Elston High School - Elstonian Yearbook (Michigan City, IN)

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MAR ' 1' P Wflw L0 if Y Edf ,Y f?y,?NC.l ua '50 I an .E U 'ME FOREWORD 64 as v 4 Each year the ELSTONIAN staff endeavors to portray accurately the student life of the Isaac C. Elston Senior High School. To accomplish this task, the 1954 staff chose a theme with you in mind. In fact, you r are the theme. . I Who are you? Your friendliness was observed in gatherings by locfgiers, ',- 2 in the study hall at noon, and by the post of your favorite hall patrolman, , Perhapsiyou recall the apprehensive sophomores as they worked on their party. The juniors were kept quite busy with concessions, their play, and the prom. Throughout their last year, the seniors became aware of such things as class standing, senior sponsor, room, and finally graduation. ' You took pride in a basketball team which was tops. You attended pep sessions, assemblies, games, and dances. In the quiet and cheery atmosphere of the library, some of you read industriously or labored over term papers. Others merely browsed or viewed the displays. Our student body is composed of leaders and followers, athletes and spectators, and those who barely pass and othe-rs Who aim much higher. You have all played an important part in making an impression. It is our hope that in later years as you read the ELSTONIAN it will help you to recapture many of the impressions of the 1953-1954 school year. f' I U17 fgijroiidivfvggui xp . ff H6 Q if .,,X'jjg,il,ff airs 9 Q' X 2 f' f 1 f f I 'Q' . , ,. K, fQj9ffL'f"4'i V ' M T 2Q,,,,J,J ,cd If Aff D M V9 he ,W ' I ,gg V X -af 5 E Q , fm W W Q 7 Q M 5 NAM Uwjqxifiiliyfa QQJWK JLM7 ?W fl vfiwfi i THE SENIOR CLASS' ggrvff PRESENTS THE 1954 ELSTONIANWJ The Year Book of the Isaac C. Elston Senior High School Michigan City, Indiana Sf ,M ,xg Rig fy M UW' X' jf! K J !, fy , Wg 3 l I X wi ,ap. T ,, Tffi' ff xr' fim s - 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Administration Sports Classes . Activities . Features Advertising 4 8 20 86 114 126 154 DEDICATIUN It is in grateful appreciation that the Senior Class dedicates the 1954 ELSTONIAN to Mrs. Mabel Herbert. Within her thirty-seven years in the teaching profession, Mrs. Herbert has served un- sclfishly to better our school and community. In school Mrs. Herbert has distinguished herself as the sponsor of student government, the originator of her zidviinced social science class, and as a social science teacher, In the community Mrs, Herbert is zi member of Phi Betfi Kappa, Delhi Kzigipzi Gamma, American Association of University VVom- en, past president of Business and Pro!'essionzil Women and Womans Study Club. She is also a National Parliamentarian. Mrs. Herbert has a really great personality. She is a friend of the students and is an inspiring teacher. MRS. M. HERBERT THE ISAAC C. ELSTON QW' ' ,M E -- M, -ww mm, M 4 V w W. f x ,Q , nw, . K. " . ww. J ,M Q we W W . , ,.., M....,. Wm...-s. 4...-.x 6 .,,,-an SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 58531355510 55 ?2 X B5 E 3 ii sr 34225 8 1 3i2E'g25v'?vZ2x38Xf'Ex9Q BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES Mr, William Maddocks, Mrs. Robert Reppert, Mr. Eugene Peck, Mr. William Flotow, and Mr. Wilbur K. Schroeder. There are Iive members of the Board of School Trustees: Mr. Eugene Peck, presi- dentg Mrs. Robert Reppert, secretaryg Mr. William Flotow, treasurerg Mr. Wilbur K. Schroeder, and Mr. William Maddocks. Being a member of the Board gives each of them a very responsible position, for members handle issues which concern the public schools of Michigan City, the spending of money for supplies, and the hiring of teachers. Assisting the Board are Miss Alma Schilf, Miss Marcia Meads, and Miss Betty Jasicki. Among their duties are the issuance of school employee payrolls and financial reports and the authorization of pensions. Their office is in the junior high school building. Miss Marcia Meads, Miss Betty Jasicki, and Miss Alma Schilf. 10 SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOGLS It is quite a task to keep our school system run- ning smoothly. No one recognizes this fact better than Mr. M. L. Knapp, who has been our super- intendent for fifteen years. Before beginning work as a school administrator, he obtained an AB. from Indiana University and an M.A, from Colum- bia Universityg he has done post-graduate work at the University of Chicago and at Purdue Uni- versity. He also was the principal of our senior high for thirteen years. Under his leadership our school gained high recognition in the scholastic field. We receive many benefits by the use of new and better educational methods. Although his office is located in the junior high school building, Mr. Knapp comes into contact with more students than one would think. In the elementary grades he makes these contacts by means of classroom visitation. Through the teachers and school publications he learns about junior and senior high students. He comes to know personally those who are an outstanding success or those who are in serious trouble. Mr. Knapp spoke at one of our pep sessions this year and has met once each semester with the group of cadet teachers. As secretary to Mr. Knapp, Mrs. Edward Hibbs has a variety of duties. In addition to general office work, she checks attendance data and super- vises the distribution of school supplies. Mrs. Hibbs and Mr Knapp V. ASSISTANTS Miss Kemena and Miss Tamlin. Miss Ruth Ke-mena and Miss Lucille Tamlin are the nurses for all the Michigan City public schools. They give physical examinations to boys who participate in sports. They also give aid to students who become ill While in school and test sight and hearing. Director of Guidance is the oilicial title of Miss Bess Day. She counsels in all the schools in Michigan City and is known to us as one of the staunch promoters of Career Day. Mr. Robert Bucy, attendance officer, checks on school absentees and issues work permits. l I l Mr. Bucy bw' IU PRINCIPAL For the past fifteen years Mr. Cecil F. Humphrey has been principal of the Isaac C. Elston Senior High School. During this time our school has Won state-Wide rec- ognition. Mr. Humphrey possesses a Ph. B. and an M. A. degree from the University of Chicago. He was the principal of the junior high for thirteen years. Our school is very fortunate to have such an understanding and helpful person as Mr. Humphrey at its head. In addition to his administrative du- ties, there are many other tasks to be performed. As secretary to Mr. Humphrey, Mrs. Humphrey has much more to do than the average secretary. She sells school supplies, checks the attendance of students, and serves as a general information bureau for the students. Mr. and Mrs Humphrey OUR FACULTY JAMES BELDEN GARTH COBBUM WILMA COMMER Social Science Commercial Art EDWIN COOLING MILDRED DAHLBERG THOMAS FISHER Social Science Librarian English WILLIAM GIFFEL HELEN HALL GRACE HART Math, Counseling Commercial Home Arts 14 OUR FACULTY BERNICE HENRY MABEL HERBERT GEORGE IRGANG Latin, English Social Science English FLORENCE KELLY ROSS KUSZMAUL HARRY LONG Home Arts Machine Shop Electric Shop MELLIE LUCK BERNICE NIANN SHELDON MAXEY English Commercial Wood Shop 15 w OUR FACULTY ""- A .,..' i ,, "" 2 r Si QM, , DELBERT MILLER O MO gAN PALMER MYRAN Physical Education urnai , n , Speech Instrumental Music ' N 1 X I X4 'x JAMES NICHOLAS WAYNE PLEW JEAN ROBINSON Auto Shop Biology Safety, Counseling FRANCES SEBESTA RALPH SELLERS GOLDIE SHEPHERD Physical Education Commercial English 16 OUR FACULTY LESTER SMITH THOMAS SPARKS Science, Math Drafting 5' ' H cf if MARION SPRAGUE LEONA STUART Social Science Cafeteria, Home Arts JEANETTE URQUHART HAROLD WEGNER Commercial Safety 17 MARGARET SPIRO Spanish, Social Science RUSSELL TROYER Science, Math DOROTHEA WOLFE English, Social Science FACULTY UNAWARE Share and Share Alike. Poor pussy. Music, music, music, Ain't misbehavin Tickets, please. Rome was never like this. 18 Big Three. FACULTY UNAWARE Worthy purpose. Tippy? Pepsodent smile. 60 words a minute? Tall tales. Gym T. T. Standing guard? Helpful in every way. At ease. 19 wifi iii wwwg Slqrbloxi-f'+V9200fp 50 SP S+: 20 ,?x2i'?fi v5ik?J5'fI19s SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Row 1: Mrs. Kelly and Mrs, Morgan. Row 2: Mr. Miller, Mr. Sparks, Mr. Kuszmaul, Mr. Sellers. Some of us rushed, some of us crept, some of us were happy, and some of us were fearful. We were now in senior high. The clamor resounded from wall to wall as We entered the study hall to elect our sponsors. Out of the melee emerged the defenders of the Sophomore Class, Mrs. Morgan and Mr. Miller. After this furor had subsided, we noisily chose the leaders of our class: Blake Waterhouse, president, Nancy Booth, vice-presidentg and Terry Edwards, secretary-treasurer. On one occasion in our sopho- more year, however, we were relatively quiet, that was the night we held our Kiddy Prom, the Sophomore Party. The theme of the party was GAITE PARISIENNE. "Coca Cola, pop corn, ice cream bars, potato chips!" These were the passwords of our junior year. After a year of sound and fury, We were rudely awakened by the hard yet enjoyable work in connection with the financing of our future activities. Not all of our frivolousness had escaped us, because we used some of it in making our Junior Play, GREEN VALLEY, a bang-up success. Hearing about all our foolishness in pre- vious times, you might think that our prom would be a minor chaosg however, things were just the opposite on the night of,May 29. Beauty and thoughtfulness prevailed the entire evening as we enjoyed the ELSTONIA SHOWBOAT. The leaders for this year of hard work and pleasure were Blake Waterhouse, Paul Pittsford, and Bill Wright. Again we chose Mrs. Morgan and Mr. Miller as our sponsors. 22 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY MRS. SPRAGUE MR. MAXEY The Class of 1954 has a right to be proud of its accomplishments in the senior year. These achievements would not have been possible without the guidance of our two sponsors, Mrs. Marion Sprague and Mr. Sheldon Maxey. There were three who carried a large amount of the responsibility: Paul Pittsford, president, Blake Water- house, vice-president, and Jania Martin, secretary-treasurer. Under this leadership the Class started a precedent of having a Senior Banquet, which was held on May 14. Ranking equally in recognition is the Senior play, LADIES OF THE JURY, which was performed before a capacity crowd on March 19, and the publication of the 1954 ELSTONIAN. I Successfully ending our high school career was the meeting in the study hall as one large group the final semester. On the following pages you will find pictures of the members of the graduating class except for the few for whom we have no pictures. They are Gerald Ellis, Her- bert Gardner, William Geleske-, Garry Hadders, Charles Hanke, Bennie Mack, Jon Papineau, Conard Parker, Robert Parker, Betty Haggins, and Betty Westerfield. PAUL PITTSFORD JANIA MARTIN BLAKE WATERHOUSE President Secretary- treasurer Vice-president 23 JUNIOR PROM Row 1: John Kowalski, Ned Westphal, Bill Papineau, Bill Thornburgh, Eddie Hall, Ed Oszust. Row 2: Darlene Mahlka, Sandy Ferguson, Barbara Simpson, Nancy Fisher, George Baranowski, Judy Morrison, Jania Martin, Ronald Searcy, Rosie Linde, Don Ungurait, JoAnn Meska, Paul Pittsford Esther Richter, Herb Sperling, Diana Miller, Tom Goch, Pat King, Audrey Hardt, Sally Holston Marva Jane Haas, Don Shedrow, Rosi Leeds, Marvin Kominiarek. The "Elstonia Showboat" docked May 29, 1953, at Barker Hall for the Junior Prom. After an appetizing banquet a delightful program was presented. The acts were replicas of the vaudeville shows on the old "floating" theatres. Surely this event will be firmly entrenched in our memories. 24 UNIOR PROM Yxovga 060063 CB' tor Y5 s - W Jiexx Z O1-lc Down upon the Swanee River" "Ridgerunners" One, two, three, four. "VVhat's the joke? "You tell 'em, Rosi." 25 SENIOR SNAPS X09 gb e of ' 'give gk I, "That's bad luck, Edna." 6 G4- fb 64? "Coach" Hurry UP! "Lovebirds 26 O w F SENIOR SNAPS 0 5 6 .dx 'ls- 0 Goin Dry Bones These are they. The Andrews Sisters minus one. 27 Too big for little desk CLASS OF ' I N . . I! l James Agnew Larry Allen Joanne Antczak Pan Am9I'iC3-ll League 1, 2 Sophomore Party Glee Club 3 Forum Club 2 Football 2 Senior Play 3 Glee Club 2 I Golf 2, 3 Dance Band Vocalist 3 Monitor 3 1 . 'A Nancy Antisdel Philip Arens Joseph Arnold X Track Manager 1 Pan American League 1 Monitor 2 Glee Club 3 Madrigal 3 Clemonce Bahar George Baranowski Sabra Barnes G.A.A. 1, 3 Band 1, 2, 3 Office Messenger 1 Red Derbies 2,3 Paintspots 1, 2 Prom 2 Senior' Play 3 Prom 2 Concessions 2 Sophomore Party Senior Play Dance Band 3 28 I Dianne ntczak Glee ub 3 Senior Play 3 Dance Band Vocalist 3 Nancy Austin Slipsticks 1, 2, 3 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3 Sophomore Party Junior Concessions Red Derbies 3 Elaine Batzel G.A.A. 2 Prom 2 CLASS Clem Bennett Cheerleader 3 Band 1, 2 Sophomore Party Joyce Blair Red Derbies 3 Red Cross 3 Prom 2 Mdnitor 2 Junior Concessions G.A.A. 2 Senior Play Fashioneites 3 ELSTONIAN 3 wf OF '54 Patricia Block Daniel Bobinski Red Derhies 3 Student Council 2 I Eugene Bobinski Rochelle Boese John Boettjer Edna Bohlim Prom 2 Paintspots 1 Red Derbies 2 Senior Play Phillis Bohnstadt Richard Bonlield Nancy Booth Joan Boyan PHiY1iSD0lS 1, 2, 3 Sophomore Party Glee Club 1 Glee Club 1, 3 Pan-American League 1, 3 Prom 1 Prom 2 Class Officer 1 Junior Concessions S6ni0!' PIHY Prom 2 Senior Play Student Council 3 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3 Honor Society 2, 3 Junior Concessions! ELSTONIAN 3 29 CLASS OF '54 m::3s - :- :Q Wg, gsgiviggg. , sszzfzzazez -1 rl. Sfifliiftii Qiggigigg ixsfzmisss mSuf.z+.1 VNU ' 7153. , - I ....., ,Wig W 1 2' : Florence Brinckman Dennis Brown Richard Brown John Builiington Red Derbies 2 Forum Club 2, 3 Football 2, 3 Football 2, 3 Office Messenger 2, 3 Red Cross 2 Track 1 Junior Concessions Hall Patrol 2, 3 Senior Play G.A.A. 2 r , ,l , . ..,, ' ww - k 'i - .. I, Q' rri - .ww :QSMYQ ' gi? Arvella Calusa Barbara Carmichael Nancy Cheney Red Derbies 1, 2, 3 Messenger 3 Red Cross 2 Dahlites 1, 2, 3 Red Cross 1, 2, 3 Sophomore Party Fashionettes 2, 3 Prom 2 egfgmwqw . iiiswlrsglsfsgsz' -sfgvfs , - Q- - V 4. ' ""' . 21 51.511 - ,fi . .I 'S U .K - 2 lewis Patricia Cook Melvin Corley Eleanor Criswell Paintspots 1 Basketball 2, 3 Dance Band 1, 2 Red Derbies 1, 3 Honor Society 2, 3 Sophomore Party Monitor 1 Football 3 Prom 2 Prom 2 Track 3 Band 1, 2, 3 Student Coun-cil 3 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 Red Derbies 3 Senior Play Messenger 3 Arlene Coash Rell Derbies 1 Prom 2 Edith Dabkowski CLASS OF '54 -.4-X -Lrg rri, , Ressa De W Slipsticks 1, 3 Dropped Play 2, 3 Hall Patrol 2, 3 Student Council 1 Monitor 2 Red. Cross 2 Paintspots 3 Prom 2 ELSTONIAN 3 James Davis I 1' P M Ronald Deutscher Charles Dexter Football 2, 3 Baseball 2, 3 Pan-American League 2 James Dickerhoff Sharon Dietz Football 1 Dropped Sue Dolezal Leo Drzewiecki Party 1 Forum Club 1 Band 1 Student Council 2 Red Derbies 2, 3 Prom 2 Monitor 2 Office Messenger 2 G.A.A. 1, 3 Play 3 Robert Durham Elaine Dusza Play 2, 3 Fashion-ettes 2, 3 G.A.A. 2, 3 Red Derbies 2, 3 James Dutcher Elaine Eckert Track 1, 3 Hall Patrol 1 Monitor 2 CLASS John Edwards Thomas Ellis Slipsticks 1 Forum Club 3 Red Derbies 3 OF, rs 'L 'S W fi-2' ,gm Bmw -wir' Carol Engstrom Dahlites 1, 2, 3 Red Derbies 1, 2, 3 Prom 2 Concessions 2 Play 2, 3 Student Council 1 ELSTONIAN 3 Pan-American League 1 Delores Evans Joyce Farmer Philip Faroh Sandra Ferguson Jeanne Flschbacher G,A.A. 1, 2 Football 2, 3 Dahliies 1, 2' 3 Glee Club 2. 3 Golf 2, 3 Red Defbies ll 2, 3 Rell Derbies 1 play 3 Student Council 1, 3 G-A.A' 3 Trl-Hi-Y 2, 3 Play 2, 3 G,A.A. 1, 2 Prom 2 Concessions 2 Nancy Fisher Ronald Flotow Clifton Fly Ethel Fogus Red DerbieS 1, 2, 3 Baseball 1, 2, 3 gl k - Party 1 Football 3 Gicfngrs 3 Pan-American League 1 Pairits' Dis 3 Concessions 2 Slipstigks 3 Play 2' 3 Trl-Hi-Y 3 Prom 2 Play 3 Monitor 2 Fashionettes 2, 3 gill 335053 ELSTONIAN 3 32 CLASS 0F'5-4 ,M Eugene Fowler Donald Frame Dennis Fredenburg Frank Froehlke Audio visual 1, 2, 3 Golf 3 Richard Fyhr Dennis Gardner Sally Gay Geraldine Gill Student Council l, 3 5323233 3 Dropped Blugkfriarg 1' 2 James Girard Michael Glasscott Thomas Goch Dorine Goede Baseball Mgr. 1, 2, 3 Football l, 2, 3 Paintspots I Football 1, 2 Basketball 1 Prom 2 Party 1 Track 1, 2, 3 Messenger 3 Hall Patrol l, 2, 3 Prom 2 Play 3 33 CLASS OF 9 Georgetta Goldsberry Robert Green Charles Griffith G.A,A. 2 Football 3 Glee Club 1 Conuefssilms 2 Track Manager 3 Red Derbies 2 Red Cross 2 Play 3 Play 3 Marva Jane Haas Party 1 Pan-American Leap: Red Derbies 1, 2, 3 Concessions 2 Play 2, 3 Prom 2 Monitor 2 Dahlites 2, 3 9, ave.. 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Hussein Hakim Travli l Pan-American League Garry Hadders Louis Hager Party 1 Band 1, 2, 3 ue 1 Latin' Club 2 Paintspots 1 Pan-American League 2 Student Council 2 Beverly Grmg Glee Club 1, 2 Paintspots 1 Party 1 Concessions 2 Fashionettes 2 Red 'Deibies 1, 2 Fashionettes 2, 3 Play 3 Charles Hahn Red Cross 1 Baseball l, 3 Basketball 1 Audrey Hardt Margie Hatcher Russell Hedstrom Red Derbies l. 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3 'Student Council 1, 2 Parr-American League 1 Pan-American League 1 Pafiy 1 Party 1 Dance Band 3 Prom 2 Slipsticks 3 Monitor 2 Forum Club 3 Play 2 Fashionettes 2, 3 Concessions 2 34 CLASS OF '54 Donna Hefner G.A,A. 1, 2, 3 Red Derbies 1 Messenger 1 Prom 2 Concessions 2 Play 3 Ruth Henckel Dwight Henderlong William Hibner G.A.A. 1, 2 Hall Patrol 2, 3 Baseball 1 Concessions 2 Play 3 Truck 3 Verlene Hixon Sally Holston Rell Cross l, 2, 3 Party 1 Concessions 2 Pan-American League 1, 2 Latin Club 2 Blackfriars l, 2 Thespians 2, 3 Red Derbies 2, 3 Play 2, 3 Monitor 3 Messenger 2 Concessions 2 Ab xg. Jerome Jakelski Patricia Januchowski Rerl Derhies 1, 2 G,A,A. 1, 2, 3 Concessions 2 Prom 2 WY ,W -gt Nancy Hulce Play 2, 3 Con-cessiuns 2 G,A.A. 2 Messenger 3 .5 'G' Charlotte Jaeger Dzililltvs l, 2, 24 Party 1 Confessions 2 F:islxiu1u-ties 2 Kumi Derbies 2 James Jarka Betty Jasicki Basketball 1, 2, 3 Fmltball 1, 2, 3 CLASS OF' Hazel Jenkins Robert Johansen G.A.A. 2, 3 Football 1, 2, 3 Play 3 Richard Kabacinski Nicholas Karagan Student Council 1 Concessions 2 Basketball 1 Play 2, 3 Baseball 2, 3 Thespians 2, 3 Cross Country 2, 3 Prom 2 Forum Club 2, 3 Honor Society 2, 3 Hall Patrol 2, 3 Latin Club 2, 3 ELSTONIAN 3 X fwhji , 153' v-::.::- wi, Q, . "' ' t 2355 ucie Jtfsliiilf i ia ass- if? 2 I-22 gvsgffyr' - x l Q3 X r . ggi, A Axis Patricia King Gerald Klosinski Band 1, 2, 3 A.V.A. 1 Party 1 Hall Patrol 1., 2 Prom 2 Monitor 1, 3 Pan-American League 2 Jeanine Johnson James Johnston Glee Club 1 Party 1 Red Derbies 1, 2, 3 Football 1, 2, 3 G.A.A. 1, 3 Baskefball 1, 3 Tri-I-Ii-Y 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2 Play 3 Prom 2 Monitor 2 Golf 3 Student Council 2 John Katzmarek William Karm Basketball 1, 2 Hall Patrol 1 Baseball 1, 2, 3 Monitor 2 Student Council 2, 3 Football 2, 3 Play 3 Monitor 3 Carol Kniola Mary Koehler Glee Club 1 G.A.A. 1, 2 Red Derbies 1 Concessions 2 Prom 2 Play 2, 3 Monitor 2 Student Council 2, 3 Robert Kolodziejski Football 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 3 Hi-Y 2, 3 i 65,113 Q ff, N x H12 Sf 3 John Kowalski Party 1 Prom 2 Jerry Lane CLASS OF '54 Marvin Kominiarck Maxine Komaslnskl Student Council 1, 2, 3 Red Cross 1, 2 Monitor 2 3 Ifany 1, Hall Pun-U1 2, 3 Loncessions 2 Play 2' 3 Honor Society 2, 3 Thespians 2, 3 Latin Club 2, 3 Forum Club 2, 3 ,fszsifczifgff , we Patricia Kubica Joann LaBo1'n Concessions 2 Dahlites 1, 2, 3 Play 2, 3 Party 1 Fashionettes 2, 3 Red Cross 2, 3 Concessions 2 Prom 2 Honor Suviety 2, 3 Patricia LaRocco Margaret Larson Concessions 2 Red Derbies 1 Play 3 Blzwlcfriars 1, 2 Party 1 Forum Club 2, 3 Prom 2 Latin Club 2 Red Cross 2 Thespians 3 ELSTONIAN 3 Play 3 37 Kops Red Betty Lzmdtroop Rosemary Leeds Party 1 Dahlltes 1, 2, 3 Thesplans 1, 2, 3 Red Derbies i Play 2, 3 Concessions 2 Prom 2 ELSTONIAN 3 CLASS OF , if Marcia Lemons Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Prom 2 IE f'-- :NR .. .f ,.-.. , inf' AQ' Q V 1 xi r + X' Anita Linn Red Derbies 1, 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Party 1 Glee Club 1 Prom 2 Concessions 2 Play 2, 3 ELSTONIAN 3 Red Cross 3 Frederick Leslie Beatrice Linsemeyer Glee Club 1 l X. . . Patricia Leusch Rose Marie Linde Play 2 Red Derbies 1, 2, 3 Fashionettes 2 Party 1 Concessions 2 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Blackfriars 1 Play 2, 3 Prom 2 ELSTONIAN 3 l Edward Lubs Elaine Ludington Hall Patrol 2, 3 Party 1 Party 1 G.A.A. 2 Hi Y 2 Glee Club 2 Golf 2 Prom 2 Monitor 2 V ...... , , ' 22-I: ggi r Harry Lykens Darlene Mahlka Anthony Manson Wayne Manthey Play 2 Student Council 1, 2 Prom 2 DrODP9d Concessions 2 Blackfriars 1 Hi Y-3 Hall Patrol 2, 3 Red Cross 1 TGHDIS 3 Slipsticks 2 Red Derbies 1, 2, 3 Monitor 2 Cheerleader 2, 3 Play 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 Prom 2 Robert Marshall Student Council 1 Monitor 1, 2 Glee Club 1, 2 Concessions 2 Play 2. 3 Honor Society 2, 3 Red Derbies 3 Cheerleader 3 Latin Club 2, 3 CLASS OF '54 ,if 'Q' -,,,,pf"M t'fjj"' 'Tania Ma " Jack Maitin G b 3 d 2, 3 X All I ,h if X lg . ff. we , 1 , John Marszalek 1 1 Latin club 2 " ' U - t . - Derbies 1, Monitor 2 Red Cross 1 3 rom 2 . y 2, 3 espians 2, 3 Concessions 2 Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3 Latin Club 2 Beverly McKinney Joan McMillan JoAnn Meska August Meyer Tri-Hi-Y 3 Red Derbies 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3 Pan-American League 3 Concessions 2 Latin Club 2 'ELSTONIAN 3 Prom 2 Play 2. 3 Play 3 Prom 2 Glee Club 3 Concessions 2 . ,W-nil' 1 I Y Q' " ,es .. , ,W .. , J .sv ..., -A an Dlafla Mlllel' R0laI1d Miller' Doris Millman Phyllis Milzarek PHTU' 1 SUDSUCRS 1 Red Derbies 1, 2 Concessions 2 Blackfriars 1 Dahliges 2, 3 Prom 2 Concessions 2 Play 2. 3 Thespians 2, 3 Red Derbies 2, 3 Pan-American League Glee Club 3 39 CLASS OF '54 Wayne Molzan Judy Morrison Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Paintspots 1 Red Derbies 3 Office Messenger 1 Glee Club 3 Prom 2 Concessions 2 Red Derbies 2, 3 Gwenn Neher Harold Neulieb James Nevorski Ruth Nordholm Frances Norris Edward Oszust Hall Patrol 1, 2 Paintspots 1 Red Derbies 1, 3 Band 1, 2. 3 Concessions 2 Play 2, 3 Monitor 3 DRUGS Bami 1, 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 Play 2, 3 Prom 2 Play 3 Forum Club 3 Georgia Palmer William Papineau John Pavolka Barbara Pearce Monitor 2 Party 1 Band 2 G.A.A. 2 G,A.A. 2 Band 1, 2, 3 Concessions 2 Dance Band 1,'2, 3 Play 3 Tennis 2 40 CLASS OF '54 K Joan Peebles Clement Periolat Linda Piazza Mary Jane Piergalski Real Derbies 2, 3 ELSTONIAN 3 Paul Pittsford Football l, 2, 3 Basketball l Track l, 2, 3 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3 Concessions 2 Monitor 1, 2 Student Council 1 Prom 2 Class Ollicer 2, 3 Marvin Prybylla Football 1 Football 2, 3 Baseball 2, 3 Hall Patrol 2, 3 Monitor 2, 3 Basketball 2, 3 Messenger 3 William Pohl Latin Club l, 2 Sliizsticks l, 2 Forum Club 1, 2, 3 Office Messenger 2 Student Council 2 Play 2, 3 Band 3 ELSTONIAN 3 Benjamin Pscion Concessions 2 Hall Patrol 2 Tri-Hi-Y -, 2, 3 Rei! Dcrbies 1, 2, 3 Cheerleader 3 G.A.A. l, 2, 3 Dahlites 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 1, 3 Concessions 2 Prom 2 Play 3 Sq William Potucek Rell Derbies 2, 3 G.A.A. 2, 3 Fashion-ettes 2, 3 Play 2 Prem 2 Concessions 2 as -ni wa! Franklin Preuss Hi-Y l, 2i 15 String Ensemble 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2. 3 Thespizins 2, 3 ELSTONIAN 3 Concessions 2 Play 2, 3 Latin Club 2 H ll rol 2, 3 Blair Purcell Slipsticks 1, 2 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3 Party 1 Monitor 1 Play 2 Concessions 2 Prom 2 Student Council 2 Thcspians 2, 3 W Patricia Putz Red Derbles 1, 2. 3 G.A.A. 3 CLASS OF ' Esther Richter Barbara Raffel Suilillggiis 1 Pan-American League 1 Marion Ridenour Party 1 Blackfriars 1, 2 T,-g.Hi.Y 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 P135' 2 Dahmes 1, 2, 3 Red Derbies 2, 3 Red Derbies 1, 2, 3 C0l'1CeSSi01'rS 2 play 2, 3 'Thespians 2, 3 Concessions 2 National Honor Society 2, 3 ELSTONIAN 3 Prom 2 Thespians 3 Forum Club 2 U Har- 2. 2 A see m were 51, ' PJ if R L1 .1 A 1105 .1 it A K ' "' lid f Wayne Riley George Rohde Paul Russell Robert Sacks Football 2, 3 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3, Norman Saracoff Forum Club 2 Latin Club 3 ,W 1 we g V :wwssw ---- .. :Pwr 53 ,Reagan rm Sr? Forum Club 1, 2 Latin Club 2 Concessions 2 Prom 2 Messenger 3 3 .,.5:.i ,.-s ,. H .egg V A: A st.i Charles Schaffer Donn Schelling George Schlegelmilch Football 1, 2, 3 Focbtall 1 Play 3 Track 1 42 CLASS OF , ii .- - -:ini V - Z.. ew. .LY :fu- S 55 2 ' .H Y A .5..j:xg-g:g.. ,. .E.',: Jqw ' A'-qi 5"n ::lifE2iT,Z'i'- " " ' , .. -, .f ,f fi? L: ' S Joan Schlegelmilch Shirley Schlegelmilch Jerry Schliephake Red Derbies 1, 2, 3 Red CFOSS 2. 3 Play 2, 3 Red Derbies 2 Prcm 2 Concessions 2 Student Council 2, 3 I Ronald Schomacker Roger Schwager Shirley Scott Monitor 1, 2, 3 l H F: 1 . X . s. AY' . Phyllis Schmidt Hall Patrol 2, 3 Slipsticks 2, 3 G.A.A. 2 Play 2, 3 Concessions 2 Forum Club 3 Ronald Searcy Football 1, 2, 3 Baskeiball 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 3 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3 Prom 2 Richard Semla Shirley Serhal James Shadford Donald Shedrow Hall Patrol 2 Glee Club 1 Glee Club 2 Play 3 Prom 2 Monitor 3 Concessions 2 Prom 2 Monitor 2 43 CLASS OF 154 Jacqueline Shikany Linda Shutts Barbara Simpson Pearl Slisher Concessions 2 ELSTONIAN 3 Student Council 1, 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 Red Derbies 2, 3 Play 3 Red Derbies 1, 2 Concessions 2 Dahlites 1, 2 ELSTONIAN 3 Prom 2 l N . U -'f:3':::..,,. Ye 'M Hs? Eg, 11 .,.. I , Q 5 'Q' 0 , I 1 Florence Smith Susan Smith Esther Smolenski Barbara Snyder Red Derbies Connessions 2 ELSTONIAN 3 Play 3 Monitor 2 Play 3 Play 3 1 1 Jacquelyn Snyder David S0b9Ckl Allan Spear Herbert Sperlmg Com-css-iuns 2 Band 2, 3 Football 2, 3 Latin Club 2, 3 Baseball 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 Forum Club 2, 3 Baseball 1, 2, 3 G.A,A. 2 Pan-American League 2, 3 Pr:-m 2 Prom 2 ELSTONIAN 3 Play 3 Play 3 44 Eg? X5 Richard Stec M7 Martha Theisen Monitor 2 G,A,A. 2 Concessions 2 Prom 2 Red Dexbies 3 Play 3 Andrew Tower Play 2, 3 Concessions 2 Forum Club 3 Pan-American League 3 CLASS OF ' Geraldine Stewart Richard Strakowski James Teeters A.V.A, 1, 2 Track 1, 2, 3 Concessions 2 Monitor 2 Cross Country 2, 3 Concessions 2 Monitor 2, 3 Hall Patrol 3 2 I I ---.. ..,, , :r 152: S ii V - X gi.: W- ,L2 w ,,.se,,. Mtyg ' ff 1 1 if 1 .1 fm, 5 j g ' 'A ' J I e A J if g 2' .1 'l f ip A , Maynard Thompson fMary Timm Patricia Tomchak Football 1, 2 Play 2, 3 Concessions 2 Track 1, 2, 3 Concessions 2 Trl-HLY 2 Band 1, 2, 3 Play 3 Concessions 2 Slipsticks 2, 3 Play 3 Cross Country 3 Student Council 3 5 Mary Traske ' Louis Ulrich G.A.A. 1 Cheerleader 2 Palntspots 1 Dahlites 1, 2, 3 Red Cross 1 Party 1 Fashionettes 2, 3 Latin Club 45 Xxx 'LJ X J? Donald Ungurait Office Messenger 1 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3 Thesllians 2, 3 Concessions 2 Play 2, 3 Prom 2 Latin Club 2, 3 National Honor ELSTONIAN 3 Society 2, 3 CLASS OF '54 Calvin Vance Beverly Volstorf Helga von Haas Barbara Waaso Glee Club 3 Tri-Hi-Y 3 Red Derbies 3 G.A.A. 3 Play 3 2 1 Dana Wagner ,, , Biackfriars 1. 2 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Gefflge Walls Play 2, 3 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3 Football 1, 2, 3 Concessions 2 Oflice lvle:-zscngc-r 1, 2 Baseball l, 2, 3 Prom 2 Prom 2 Hall Patrol 2, 3 Ty-i.Hi.Y 2, 3 Latin Club 2, 3 Monitor 2, 3 Latin Club 2, 3 Concessions 2 Thespians 3 ELSTONIAN 3 Hall Patrol 3 Red Derbies 2, 3 Student Council 3 Cheerleader R Blake Waterhouse Frederick Weiss Karlene Wenzel Basketball 1, 2, 3 Baseball 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3 Class Officer 1, 2, 3 f ' Party l Prom 2 A National Honor Society 2, 3 I' V f Cross Country 2, 3 ' A 1' y' Xf' X Z Concessions 2 Play 2 Prom 2 Latin Club 2 Student Council 2 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 1 National Honor S mciety 2, 3 Richard Walotka Hall Patrol 2,3 James Werre Baseball 1 Football 1, 2, 3 Party 1 Monitor 3 Track 3 Karen Westberg Dahlites 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 2, 3 Prom 2 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Fashionettes 2 ELSTONIAN 3 Darlene Will Dahlites 1, 2 Glee Club 1, 2 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Red Cross 2 Play 2, 3 CLASS rf gt liwil 'IE:fi:Q:.::5 W r 4 " fo r 2 Q2 X5 'iigflf Til: :. 2 .5 . Q fills! if X, kV" W S .lohn Westphal Patricia Winner Party 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Red Cross 1, 2. 3 Hall Patrol 1, 2 Flay 2, 3 Concessions 2 Prom 2 Student Council 2 National Honor Society 2, 3 ELSTONIAN 3 OF' Ned Westphal Truck 1, 2, 3 Latin Club 2, 3 Thespians 2, 3 Play 2 Cunuessions 2 Monitor 2 Prom 2 111 1 1 if f 922213 .A ,M Qgtsllfiwglv siren.. , an l sii'Eg31zAT'Y ' . ,, ul J K ' , 1 1337, ' ,W ,atm wi. ' . l-g,,,g2f,,g f Sheldon Westphal Howard Witte Daniel Woodruff ,QW Frederick Woodruff Richard Wozniak William Wright Hall Patrol 2 Student Cfuncil 1, 2, 3 Monitor 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Baseball 1. 2 Pan-American League 1 Nation-al Honor Society Cross Country 2, 3 Class Officer 2 2,3 Dropped Shirley Zollman Dropped SENIOR SNAPS .af Goldie and company. Santa and babies. Hickory, dickory, dock. The term paper. "Foo1ir1' around A basket, a basket, two points. Almost done. "Cheese". 4'What's with the junior?" 48 ELSTONIAN S Row 1: Dana Wagner, Ressa Delco, Frank Preuss, Allan Spear, Don Ungurait, Pat Winner. Joan Peebles, Pearl Slisher, Row 2: Margaret Larson. Anita Linn, Beverly McKinney, Miss Shepherd, Nick Karagan, Rosi Leeds, Nancy Booth, Ethel Fogus, Linda Shutts, Karen Westberg, Carol Eng- strom, Sue Rhoda, Joyce Blair, Rosie Linde, Esther Smolenski, and Bill Pohl. After being selected in the fall, the members of the ELSTONIAN staff worked daily the sixth period to produce the 1954 annual. Under the direction of Miss Shepherd, the staff wrote "copy," mounted pictures, solicited ads, sold books, and distributed the finished copies. We, the staff, sincerely hope that the readers will enjoy the fruits of our labor. The staff was as follows: U Editor-in-chief .,,....,.,. Business manager ...,.. Faculty Editor ......... Senior Editors ........... Junior Editors ,,.,.........,. . Sophomore Editors ....,.., Activity Editors .,.....,., Feature Editor ......... Art Editor .............. Girls' Sports ....... Boys' Sports .....,,...,,.....,.. Lay-out Staff .....,............... Advertising Managers ,.,,.... Photographers ................. ......,.Nancy Booth Karagan Wagner ..,,...Pat Winner, Don Ungurait .....,,..J0yce Blair, Rosie Linde Rhoda, Karen Westburg .......Ressa Delco, Anita Linn, Beverly Mcliinney Leeds Shutts ........l.,...,,,,..,,..Marga1'et Larson ..,.........Frank Preuss, Allan Spear .......Ethel Fogus, Carol Engstrom 49 ....Pearl Slisher, Joan Peebles ,i.,.Esther Smolenski, Bill Pohl SENIOR PLAY LADIES OF THE JURY Mrs. Livingston Baldwin Crane . ............,..............,.... ..........., R osi Leeds Lily Pratt A......,,..........,.............,.......... ......... D ana Wagner Mayme Mixter Li..,,...............,...,..,,,.. ,...,,,,,,.. S ue Rhoda Cynthia Tate ....,i,. ......... L inda Piazza Mrs. Dace .r.,.r....... ,.......... P at LaRocco Mrs. Maguire s,..... .............. J ania Martin ...,.....Joanne Antczak Mrs. Gordon ........ Evelyn Snow ,rr..... ...r...,..., D iana Miller Susanne ,s...ss.r,.....,.r,.....,,,,..,...,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,.,r.,,,............,,...,...... Jacky Snyder Court Reporter .,..s,r...r...,r,..,.,,,,,..,...,,,,.,,...,,,...,.,,,...,................... Dianne Antczak One of the most entertaining programs ever presented at Isaac C. Elston was given in the form of the Senior Class production, LADIES OF THE JURY. Under the direction of Mrs. Morgan and Mr. Fisher the play was presented on March 19, 1954, in the junior high auditorium. The comedy revolves around deliberations of the jury over the verdict in a murder trial. For the members of the capacity crowd it can truthfully be said that the evening constituted one of the more enjoyable events of the year. The boss! Play practice at nine-thirty. Yogi Fisher 50 SENIOR PLAY GENTLEMEN OF THE JURY Jay J. Pressley .,,. . , ,,., , ,,,,,,,,,v , ,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,, A,,AA Spencer B. Dazey .,,. Tony Theodolphulus , ,. Steve Bromm .,, , , , Andrew Macliaig ,nn,., . Alonzo Beal eeeo,eee, . lMarvin Kominiarek WAllan Spear ..,....,.,.Bill Karm .......,n..,.Tom Goch oo,oWDon Ungurait .e,c cFrank Preuss Judge Fish. .eee,,e,,,,., , ,eee,o,o Bob Marshall Halsey Van Stye ...eeeeee,,ee,,.v,eee,o eeee,ee, eeeeeeeeeee E d Oszust. Rutherford Dale ,Y,,,ooooooo..,eoooorr,,,,,oo, ,-,eoo M aynard Thompson Dr. Quincy Adams James, Jr .eo7,oooo ...e.ooo,oo.o,. B ill Papincau Bill Dobbs eee,.ooeeeee,e,,,,leeeeeeeee,eoeo,,,S.,,,,,,,eo,,,e,,,,,,,ll,,,,le,,,,V,oo,,,,ele,l,,,.,oeoeeeel,. Bill Pohl Clerk of the court .,llleoo,o,7,,oo.,....,,,lA,oo,o,,,oooooe,loo.,o,o,loleeo.,,..,, George Baranowski Waiters eoe.............,.,..oe.,oeo Phil Faroh, Bob Green, Bill Hibner, Nick Karagan Oh, yeah ?" "We'1'e Working?" "Yes, Mr. Plcsslmy 51 JUNIOR PLAY Following the modern trend of entertainment, the Class of '55 presented the three- act comedy I LOVE LUCY on November 13, 1953. Continuous mistakes on the part of Lucy added to the hilarity of the play, es- pecially when Ricky was trying to make a good impression on his boss, Mr. Littlefield, so that he could land the job as manager of the Tropicana, the place Where he worked. Fred and Ethel Mertz, the folks from the downstairs apartment, were usually in with Lucy trying "to make a good impression." When young Peggy tried to corner her crush, Ricky, into falling for her, it was comical to see Ricky squirm out of it. The part that really took the cake Was Lucy's economizing by purchasing a freezer in which to store meats-and ending up by locking herself in. At a crucial moment Lucy emerged, resembling a female Jack Frost. Stage manager was Lee Dabagia, with Paul Witte, Karen Schoenning, and David Gring as stage hands. The job of prompting was given to Suzanne Spinning. Under the direction of Miss Luck, with technical Work supervised by Mr. Fisher, the play was termed a success by a full house. Jerry George Naomi Bonnie Winski Osos Hays Day 52 JUNIOR PLAY Susan Myers, George Osos, Jerry Winski, Kathryn Cass, Thomas Allen, Karen Schoenning, Dexter DeWitt, Bonnie Day, Naomi Hays, David Gring, Paul Witte Lariy Maxey. CAST OF CHARACTERS Lucy, a delightful scatterbrain ,o...,,.,o,o...,,...oo,o.oo,, ,.,o. ooooooo B o nnie Day Ricky, her husband oooo o,,o,,. .oooooo. C r ,Jerry Winski Ethel Mertz, the landlady oooo,.,,..i.. A Yooo, TNaomi Hays Fred Mertz, Ethel's husband r,rrori,, Yrrrrr, r,,r,, G e orge Osos Peggy Dawson, a teen-ager r,ir,r... r,,rrrr K aren Schoenning Arthur Morton, her boy friend r,..., rr,rr,r D exter DeWitt Miss Whiting, a photographer .,....... r.,rrrr S usan Myers Mr. Littlefield, Ricky's boss ........,. i,.r rrr.rrr T o m Allen Mrs. Littlefield, his wife ....,,.. ,...ll..,,rr,,,.rrrr.,.. Kathryn Cass Joe, delivery man .,...rr.,.,rr,,.... .....,...r., rr,r,... ,r., L a r ry Maxey Extras, two delivery men ...l,., ..,.... D avid Gring, Paul Witte 53 FOOTBALL CONCESSIONS Row 1: Karen Lindquist, Carol Lange, Suzanne Spinning, Sue Bleck, Karen Miller, Karin Reuber, Claudesta Ward, Jeanette Turner, Ellen Stephens, Mary Ann Wegner. Row 2: Carol Dubert, Sandra Erickson, Judy Boese, Loretta Zorn, Sharon Coupland, Susan Myers, Karen Schoenning, Bonnie Day, Katie Cass, Karen XVolf. Row 3: Sandra Haughtington, Annette Haack, Janice Risk, Theresa Klosin- ski, Frances Orzech. Lawrence Gondeck, Joel Johansson, Glenn Bridwell, David Gring, John Hutchison. Row 4: Dick Carlson, Marion Sparrow, Barbara Brooks, Inez Ayad, Nancy Bennett, Judy Bartels, Mary Jane Kulakowski, Pat Sobkowiak, Phyllis Ballard, Janice Westphal, Mr. Belden. BASKETBALL CONCESSIONS Row 1: Marilu Knudsen, Margie Gallagher, Carol Lubs, Carol Gondek, Mary Eckert, Frances Orzech, Dorothy Smith, Sandra Haughtington, Pat Sobkowiak, Phyllis Ballard, Theresa Klosinski. Row 2: Glenn Bridwell, Jim Stark, Barbara Kieffer, Mary Jane Kulakowski, Joan Potempa, Martha Meyer. Janice Vvestphal, Jean Craft, Bernice Juckett, Eleanore Gallas. Row 3: Niel Jasperson, John Retseck, Duane Barts, Larry Maxey, Marilyn Flood, Nancy Griffiths, Barbara Brooks, Inez Ayad, Judy Barteis, Nancy Bennett, Marion Sparrow. Row 4: Mr. Belden, John Hutchison, Norman LaDuke, Bill Fleming, Diane Gardner, Joel Johansson, Dick Carlson, Annette Haack, Janice Risk. 54 NOON CONCESSIONS Row 1: Marilyn Ritchie, Janice Westphal, Karin Reuber, Mary Jane Kulakowski, Mary Ann Wegner, Carol Dubert, Phyllis Ballard, Pat Sobkowiak, Mr. Belden, Inez Ayad, Marilyn Flood, Nancy Griffiths, Theresa Klosinski. Row 2: Norman LaDuke, Annette Haack, Janice Risk, Carol Lange, Sandra Erickson, Judy Boese, Diane Gardner, Duane Barts, Bill Fleming, Dick Carlson, Jerry Herod, Eleanore Gallas. Row 3: Joel Johansson, Larry Maxey, Karen Miller, Karen Lindquist, Loretta Zorn, Suzanne Spinning, Mavis Brant, Shirley Schlundt, Martha Meyer, Karen Hill, Lee Dabagia, Jerry Winski, Ellen Stephens, Jeanette Turner, Claudesta Ward. UNIOR CONCESSIONS 0 We juniors worked very hard at selling concessions so that we could give a prom for the graduating seniors and also publish the 1955 ELSTONIAN. To earn the necssary money, we sold at all football and basketball games and at school, both at noon and after school. This was Mr. Belden's first year as sponsor of concessions. The managers for the first semester were Glenn Bridwell, orders, Sandra Haughting- ton, personnel, and James Hurst, finance. For the second semester Marilyn Flood was order and personnel manager, and James Hurst, finance manager. Bill Fleming was in charge of the coke machine for both semesters. 55 JUNIOR SNAPS L x ls 6 h- 56 C ,cl , QNYQ0 Ieflflly 1 N Doing housework, Lee? Judy 12 Qfis Z 6 56 Ilfh, 11 S1-.1 JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY Lee Dabagia James Hurst Mavis Brant In September of 1953 our present Junior Class was formed with the election of Lee Dabagia, presidentg Jim Hurst, vice-president, and Mavis Brant, secretary-treasurer. To guide us through our new adventures, We chose Miss Robinson and Mr. Wegner as chairmen of our sponsors. An important event was the Sophomore Party, with "Dude Ranch" as our theme and a square dance as the highlight of the evening. This exciting event took place in the New Auditorium on October 3, 1952. Our junior year has been filled with preparations for many exciting activities. In the fall We gave the three-act comedy, I LOVE LUCYS, We also sold concessions at all the games and at school to receive money in order to entertain the seniors at the annual junior prom. S- Lee Dabagia, presi- 1 dentg Jim Hurst, vice- presidentg and Mavis 5 S B ran t, secretary-treas- pl urer, continued their re- ' spective oiiices through- out our junior year. Miss Commer and Mr. Fisher led us very capably in our big achievements. Mr. Fisher Miss Commer 57 S CLASS OF ,55 58 Albertson, Betty Allen, Thomas Anderson, Larry Angeledes, Ronald Ayad, Inez Baldwin, James Bales, Norma Ballard, Phyllis Bartels, Judith Barts, Duane Beck, Irene Bennett, Nancy Benoit, Diana Bernius, Gordon Bickel, James Birginske, Phyllis Blankenship, William Bleek, Sue Boese, Judith Bohlin, Charles Bolka, Arthur Bonheur, Charles Bonner, Charmian Bortel, James Bowker, Kathleen Bowman, Ronald Brant, Mavis Bridwell, Glenn Brinckman, Carol CLASS OF '55 Britzke, Patricia Brooks, Barbara Brown, Betty Brown, Phyllis Burns, Clifford Burns, Ronald Burris, Stuart Carlson, Richard Cass, Kathryn Caviggiola, Louis Q ,V N 1 hi Cofer, Ralph Collins, Richard Cook, Richard Coonfare, Cherie Cottingham, Frances Coupland, Sharon Cox, Nancy Cozzi, Adam Craft, Jean Wlafvvc ...SF Cross, Philip Cunningham, Jane Dabagia, Lee Dabbert, Arlene Dabbert, Robert in, 4? Davis, Gail Day, Bonnie Deuel, Elaine DeWitt, Dexter DiGiacomo, Frank K ,f X ., sl Q , my , f "2-t.,, ug ,. S 5 . 59 Dirks, Richard Dreyer, Robert Dubert, Carol Dubie, Kenneth Eckert, Mary Edlen, Delmer Edrington, Delford Edwards, Ada Edwards, Joan Ellison, Bonnie Erickson, Sandra Eubanks, Max Feighner, Deloris Feinn, Jonathan Feldmeier, Shirlene Fischer, Mary Lou Fleming, William Flood, Marilyn Fly, Jerry Foldenauer, Kenneth Fought, Patricia Fowler, Peggy Frame, Ruth Fries, Patsy Fritz, Judith Gallagher, Marjorie Gallas, Eleanore Garay, Emil Gardner, Diane Geissler, Rudolph Girard, Thomas Gloye, Prudy Gondeck, Lawrence Gondek, Carol Gorr, Donald Gramal, JoAnne Grantham, William Greer, David Griffiths, Nancy Gring, David Haack, Annette Hall, Richard Harger, Joy Harmon, Marlow Harper, Virginia Harville, Harold Haughtington, Sandra Hayes, George Haynes, Harold Hays, Naomi Hefner, Nancy Henry, John Herald, Robert Herbert, James Herod, Jerry Herrbach, Carol Hileman, Dale Hines, Beverly CLASS OF '55 61 CLASS OF ,55 62 Hock, David Hubbard, Noah Humphrey, Betty Hunt, Harlan Hunter, Herbert Hurley, Marcella Hurst, James Hutchison, John Jackson, Jerry Jackson, Robert Jacobs, Stanley J asperson, Niel Johansson, Joel Johnson, Marlena Joiner, June Juckett, Bernice Kaczmarek, Donald Kahn, Charlotte Kalita, Raymond Keene, Raymond Kieffer, Barbara Kienitz, Alan Kieper, Robert Kirkham, Melvin Klosinski, Theresa Knoll, Carolyn Knudsen, Marilu Kolb, Sally Konkey, David Kopczyk, Peter Krebs, Robert Kroening, Alan Krueger, Donna Kruger, Paul Kulakowski, Mary Jane Lachmund, Ronald LaDuke, Norman Lange, Carol Lewis, Anna Lindborg, Ronald Linde, Sidney Linde, Sylvia Lindquist, Karen Lindsay, Marsha Lippens, James Livingston, David Loetz, Richard Logan, David Lombard, Wayman Long, Robert Lowder, Verna Lubs, Carol Ludwig, Suzanne Malecki, Ronald Malik, Irene Maxey, Larry McCarrol1, Jeanette McFeely, David CLASS OF '55 lfi ii if' N n f- D f 3 Q ., , gs Q A 2 k 3 . - ei: 'V - 1 W wwf -W - rw-sawed if :fair 'X - ,,. ,. .., , A 4 ws., , rj: Q X, 'Q D 63 wtf CLASS OF '55 64 McIntyre, Dale McKee, Leonard Meads, Kay Mealer, Lloyd Meyer, Martha Milcarek, Barbara Miller, Karen Mills, Paul Mizia, Raymond Moss, Donald Murray, Ann Myers, Susan Nash, James Nevorski, Donald Nichols, Rudolph Nicholson, Norman Nicholson, Terry Novreske, Eugene Ortiz, Lydia Orzech, Frances Osos, George Ottersen, Roger Pagels, Patricia Parish, Geneva Pauley, Daniel Pawloski, Louise Penfold, Alexander Phillips, John Podgorski, Gerald Polite, William Potempa, Joan Ramsay, Juanita Rannie, James Reattoir Terese Reebs, Jane Reed, Charles Reed, Roger Rehbein, Dale Retseck, John Reuber, Karin Rinehart, Rob Risk, Janice Ritchie, Marilyn Robison, Teddy Rogers, Edward Rohder, Karen Rose, Mercedes Rush, John Schaefer, Faye Schlundt, Shirley Schnick, George Schoenning, Karen Schultz, Carole Schultz, William Scrivnor, Richard Sheeler, Ronald Slater, Barbara Smiertelny, George CLASS OF '55 65 CLASS OF '55 66 Smith, Ardes Smith, Dorothy Smith, William Snyder, Sue Sobkowiak, Patricia Sobkowiak, Thomas Soller, Leonard Sommerfeld, Carol Sparks, Richard Sparrow, Marion Spinning, Suzanne Stahoviak, David Stanley, Virginia Stark, James Steen, Ahra Jean Stelter, Barbara Stephens, Ellen Sunderland, James Thode, Norman Tuel, Kenneth Turner, Jeanette Turner, Leanita Urbanski, Eugene Volkmann, Thomas Walk, Robert Waltke, Wayne Ward, Claudesta Wardean, Honore Warnimont, David Weber, Robert Wegner, Mary Ann Werdine, Marilyn Westphal, Janice White, George Williamson, Thomas Winski, Jerry Witte, Paul Wolcott, Richard Wolcott, Roger Wolf, Karen Wolford, Shirley Wolgast, Nanette Wolod, JoAnn Wozniak, David Wozniak, Joan Wright, Jack Wroblewski, Donald Zorn, Loretta CLASS OF '55 NO Buckley, Walter Clark, Mary Ann Fallen, Leslie Fogus, Robert PICTURES FOR: Fredenburg, Ralph Moustakas, Deno Quadlin, Shirley Roames, Ellen 67 UNIOR SNAPS Nice work. .Iam session. Jcrry, thu painter. To our famed Red Devils. Oh, come now! 68 Playing in the janitofs room ? JUNIOR S NAP S xv 990 0 'L U vt 1111. tl L lf. nt . lg gh F 'Ny-L AIM, P1 igggcx Qgix V, Hur ly. kids! 11 oia XY 'O QXWNVQ xx! xnxx ww 59 BS 9-RMK Ocx .5 mug xxeXQixxX . . SOPHOMORE PARTY On October 3, 1953, our first social engagement as sophomores was held. The new d 'th cre e aper and masks of the Mardi Gras. auditorium was decorate wi p p In keeping with the spirit of the Mardi Gras, a parade, with Captain Bob Dabagia as skipper, and a Kangaroo Court, over which Jack Rademacher was judge, served as main centers of entertainment. The Dance Band furnished the music for the party-goers, and later on refresh- ' ' . It truly ments of doughnuts and coke helped those attending complete their evening was an evening worth remembering. 70 SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY Bob Dabagia Renie Breskin Norm Teets " . . . and you actually have to take showers." Threatening phrases such as this echoed through the halls of M. C. on the opening session of school. As time flew by, we gradually became accustomed to the routine of senior high. We elected Bob Dabagia as president, Norm Teets as vice-president, and Re-nie Breskin as secretary-treasurer. Mr. Troyer and Miss Wolfe were chosen to lead us through our sophomore year. Miss Wolfe Mr. Troyer 71 CLASS OF '56 Biederstaedt, Sue Bitts, Betty Bitts, Jerry Blair, Richard Blair, Robert Blissmer, J o Ann Bobinski, Constance Bobinski, Joan Boeckling, George Bogart, Shirley Bohlim, Rachel Bolka, Joseph Booth, Jack Boza, Colette Breskin, Renie Brinkman, Norman Brown, Barbara Brown, Beverly Brovsm, Marvin Bryan, Judith I Abraham, Joanne Abron, Minnie Adams, Janice Anderson, James Armstrong, Joyce Ash, Marilyn Atkins, Earl Azar, George Babcock, Carl Bahar, Mike Baker, Kenneth Baker, Wanda Baker, Stephen Barnett, Elvis Bartholomew, Bass, Richard Batzel, Virginia Bauer, Earl Bentley, Ross Bentley, Sally Carol 1 72 CLASS OF '56 Bryant, Donald Buczkowski, Mary Bullard, Geraldine Burdick, Diana Burkart, Lynn Burkett, David Burkhart, Robert Burnham, Alice Burns, Carol Burns, Jane Burton, Dorothy Butler, Nancy Caddo, Myrna Campbell, Thomas Carlson, John Carmichael, Roger Carney, Tonianne Case, Russell Caviggiola, Anita Childers, Jack iV?'r?i.'f A My 'R T ,X Q 5 ? in 5 'V sian ,,.. fw.,,qA ' In V' -2 1 C . C 5 , , , Q .A HAHI ' Coar, Sally M. , Q- : V - Q. ..,, 4 3 -,,,.. We ,I ,.,, Q Z v. I I- Collins' Janice , M , ., -V ., ., I 4 A ,, ,Z 5,5 1 Cook, Judy i , M' V. f , , 5, --J A Cottmgham, Joann " - , X ,,,, ' ' 'li" . Cotts, Ronald . . W V Qwysfgm ::. :.Z.::. . -.-. : g g -5 - Q' X 'PN in A ' - , ----: ' , ., . iff 3: if H, J :I Coughlin, James ' ' -2 , , I.: z fi Coursel, Frank ' i'-l- - ii "-'a Cowgiu. Jerry A A '.,.. , J EV, -.in 7,925 , V. . E, Cox' Jean 5 W .. " ' 2 1-- 5 Cox, June l A ki a K X "" F? -:':': , -": 1 " 4' m f,TQp1'a,fff:fg, jf 5 J my X A , 'Z j ' "i: It ' A' A I :3 lb Creutzburg, Walter Ve' r g:1f 5"5vH . ', -EA . Q ,',V -l life Crosby, Thomas Curtis .-, s - 4 'uq .,.- 5 if ::--: i .f ' t - 5. ,l .AEH Dabagia, Robert ' .-,A F' k ':-'. , ' if "5 . " Dabkowski, Joseph X J '- In -uluu ' ....: ' Xi W -,V ' Davis, Chris K .fl 'M - V --2- ',a.' A .::.:,.. ,Y .V ., :-. 5 V ,uf ,V I :I . VK t F . is J n, . as aa e Q - is Delco- A . A ' f f- Dick, Robert ,V I n A-f 5' -il- -P my J y ,.." 1 5 1" ' f 'f' A Dietz, Harold A V Q ' I ff ' g f Dodd Darlene - 'im ..,.,. 5 M ' ,I ' . .. Q -it K . i i.. ' ' 73 W CLASS OF '56 Frehse, Ann Fuller, Merry Furness, Patricia Fyhr, Nancy Gales, Sandra Ganschow, Mary Gasteyer, Philip Gay, Richard Gillman, Leo Gobreski, Judith Goede, Bernadine Goede, David Goldman, Barbara Gondek, Patricia Gonder, Deanna Gorman, Pat Groch, Christine Grafton, Margie Grievish, Patsy Griiiin, Albert Dombrowski, Richard Donaldson, Ben Easton, Farrell Eberly, LeRoy Eggers, Ruth Ellis, Richard Ellis, Willie Ellison, Donald Engstrom, Sandra Erickson, Jane Esmoer, Allen Falk, Ronald Fargher, Mickey Fellows, Marilyn Finney, Richard Fischbacher, John Fischer, Bruce Florent, Jerry Foltz, Norman Frageman, Karen 74 Grieger, Maynard Gulliver, Ray Hamlin, Bobby Handtke, Melvin Harmon, Nancy Headley, Howard Heeg, Robert Heise, John Heitrnan, Sue Helms, Kathaleen Hennard, Neil Henrich, John Henry, Francis Hicks, Marie Hileman, Marcia Hill, Karen Hinshaw, Patricia Hinshaw, Ronald Hitz, Tom Hixon, Vernelda CLASS OF '56 75 Houghtdn, Wayne Howard, Roberta Hudson, Jerry Hungerford, Dale Hutmacher, Annette Hyer, Russell Hyska, Ronald Ingersoll, Lawrence Iseminger, Nadean Jacobs, Joseph Jakelski, Barbara Jakelski, Nancy Jankowski, Robert Janoski, Jacqueline Janosky, Dennis Januchowski, Phyllis Jaroch, Carol Johnson, Howard Jones, Robert Juckett, Doris CLASS OF ,56 Krachinski, Donald Kraft, Marilyn Kribs, George Kruger, Stephen Kubica, Richard Kyle, Katherine Ladwig, Wayne La Matina, Shirley Lange, Linda Lasky, Herbert Lee, Myc Lieber, Frances Lippens, Robert Loetz, Gordon Logerquist, Karen Lombard, Lloyd Loniewski, Patricia Lyster, Marjorie Mack, Velma Mahl, William Jungnickel, Arthur Kaczmarek, Richard Kahl, Jean Kayser, Eric Keen, Katherine Kemp, John Kessler, Peter Kieffer, John Kienitz, Kathleen Kiep, Philip Kirby, Rolland Klinder, Ardith Kmiecik, Matthew Kolasa, Richard Komasinski, Lorraine Konieczny, William Konkey, Richard Kopanski, James Kosakowski, Mary Lou Kozlowski, Ronald 76 CLASS OF '56 Mahlka, Norma Malecki, Kenneth Malchow, Eloise Malik, Mary Malm, Carlene Manley, Larry Manson, Helen Marks, David Martin, Gerald Mason, Donabelle McCormack, Nola McGrew, Diana , McKay, Donald '? McMillan, Maureen 5 Merrell, Patrick Meyer, Marie Michaels, Paul Milich, Ronald Miller, Dale Miller, Robert Curtis 77 N ,, df' Miller, Robert Duane Mohamed, Lee Mohlke, Ronald Morrison, Thomas Mullins, Benny Murphy, Marilyn Murry, Francis Nadaf, Jeanene Neulieb, Gerald Neulieb, Sharon Nevorski, Henry Newman, Linda Nichols, Diane Nicholson, Lawerence Nieman, Carol Nixon. Nancy Nussman, Barbara Oberlink, Linda Page, Judith Pagels, Sally CLASS OF '56 Pagels, Thomas Pahl, Arthur Palmateer, Maris Pawlak, John Pawlik, Margaret 0 Peckat, Shirley Penfold, Vicki Peters, Janice Peterson, Gary Petri, Susan Piergalski, Phyllis Pilk, Eugene Pitt, George Pittsford, Pam Pliske, Raymond Pollard, James Pope, Maelisbeth Potter, Lamar Povlock, Marie Powers, Dale 5 1: A w e WN Q --PP mf? '53 Minsk. -"' : 1' .igffsg ,-,- - --:-A: Prast, Ronald "' Ai ,,-' :,, .f ' A. -3- PP Pravden, Gayle F 4 P A P, A AAA J ,El Priobe, Norma ,..,:, A fl 'W in A .,,, P Pries, David W r - A A A ' A fA U Pritz, William -,.,. :zt P P J in " up .,',. -.---," -V , if -- I S. .5 ,r :.... PA ,--:'---E, AAAAA . """' f 5'4:51f '.,, i V' N533 --'-5 " V A "":. ""' Przybylinski, James P - P - . A A PP - i X Purcell, Lee jfkfl H. f U , VP A , , W -2 A Rademfwhef, Jack P -,Q- A Ramer, John Wesley 5 5 It ' A A .. A Arn Ramsay, Mary if ,P " f' ":' J P' ' ' X 2 L . ' .P .,..,. - PP.-P - ..',, J ,A AAA P,,, A AAPAAAA ,A ' P lPsl fi R ix PPPP M P H- in Q- Ramsey, Glenda Sue 525 , . A Reattoir, Jerome - Q P A -A ff Rebac, Camilla ":" P " A Pam r g 'W' gg Reed' A AAA, , AA k er AA ,wg 6 ,. ,A.- 1 AAA ,: Rehbein. Neil P 'T h H R In L W Q PP- ..,.P.. N he W ' P ,,., , A 'WMA - AAA, L K 1:-Q ,A W ff FET " ""' .-" I t iff ' ' P " ReppertA Carole AAAAAA A . A, A P , , . Reppert, Nancy - A P g , Am TQ A Reynolds, Bonnie n---PP .f P , , S J ,,,'- 1 1 Rhodes, Deanna ,H 1 'J P A , 5 Rieck, Karen P Q AAPP it : uP.-fPP,f f i' J ....2 I G - J P A f All ' ' -n'- 2 - f if .P W I 78 Riggs, Jewel Riggs, Judith Rist, William Robinett, Larry Robinson, William Robowski, Carol Rogers, Virginia Ross, Alice Rude, Barbara Russ, Betty Russell, Ruth Saliwonczyk, Eugenia Sanders, Barbara. Sarver, Judie Saunders, Peter ' Schepel, Dale Scherer, Bonnie Schroeder, Kenlynn Schroeter, Leonard Scott, Dwaine CLASS OF '56 ":""" , " W1 k ,,r-' r i , , L, f E ..,- A , g igg? Scott, James I ,,.: scrivnor, Judith ,L " I 155 , df f i 1.4.1-5. Seedorf, Dallas QI , zi' 1 3 r Serhal, Robert rl K, , .. , W, , , iw , I -A+ nf Rf , ff ' - W ' , ,. ' Z V if me Shafer, Nancy ef- ,,,, r I n J .X L -. iv iiii ' ' 1' , ,V H 1, Sherwood, Mary M, 35, 3 , , W , shiparski, Harry Wg in 4 2 N 53 .gg-fi: 1, GF skibo, Leonard Q ' f i fi ,. Sloane, James 'fi V: X M 3 Smiertelny, Phyllis S .. 'l"' I W x mf- Q,,.Q'i -2-'-h'-'- I ' 1-ge 'ii' ,L 217. .. i g Smith, Harold L W. . I V. 15 gg! g E -' ft Sparrow, Grant , A ,v i A' ,,, :Z A E Q, I Spychalski, Robert ' V' 'M A E ,.,, A i n ff i i I. Z. "I g Staffe1,Bettylou " Q uul- , -,E T ,. i "' A I f Stephens, Sandra. , ,,,, J J, n ' A n A i.'e S N'nM 'rrr W S J ii J ,J g 'A '.... 4 1 - ',' '25 I .. 55' an VJV " Storey, Hela ., ' , ,. W , 1 ff , - 2 Stralkowski, David S W fi fig-.I ',',: 1 w,, 5 ' 5 , i Strawbridge, Joan or rut is 79 I CLASS OF '56 Waaso, Darlene Wagner, Carl Wallis, Dan Wilson, Jane Walotka, Joan Wandrey, Laverne Weber, Betsy Weeks, Wanda Weisflog, Robert Wentland, James Werre, Esther Westphal, Joan Westphal, Louis White, Kenneth Wible, Sarah Wiencek, Larry Williams, Carole Wilson, John Witek, Antoinette Witek, Edward Swain, Ronald Swanson, Richard Swanson, Sam Swistek, Stanley Tarpley, Renae Teets, Norman Thomas, William Thompson, Benita Thompson, James Thornburgh, Sue Timm, Richard Timm, Sandra Timmrick, Karen Todd, Mary Tomey, Richard Tracy, Marianne Uebler, James Vachon, Arlene Veal, Wanda Vest, Carol l 80 Witek, Patricia Wittenberg, Stephen Wolff, Karl Wolford, Gerald Wolford, Roger Woodruff, Ralph Woodruff, Richard Wozniak, Donald Wozniak, James Wozniak, Louis Wright, Daniel Wroblewski, Henry Yeager, Barbara. Young, Lawrence Zeese, Charles Zezula, Angeline Ziemer, Connie Zitzelberger, James Zollman, Eugene Zolkowski, Ruth Zoon, Barbara Zorn, Roberta CLASS OF '56 No Picfures For: Naomi Collins David Laughlin Larry Skivers Sue Thixtun 81 MID-TERM SOPHOMORES Alix, Earl Anderson, Anthony Anderson, Edward Attar, Warren Bartholomew, Robert Bendix, Beverly Brenaman, Devonna Brown, JoAnn Brown, Robert Calvert, Susan Carlson, Sue Childers, Robert Coar, Sylvia Cybulsxi, Lavonne Darmon, John Dingler, Sandra Dismukes, Jean Dismukes, Joan Dombrowsky, Sue Downs, Annamarie Fenton, Cheri Fischer, Karen Frame, Wayne Fuller, VVilliam Goodwin, Robert Griffin, John Hagle, Mary Hancock, Sylvia Hefner, Ruth Hileman, Sandra Hippensteel, Dennis Hoffman, Sally Holmes, Keith Ivey, Henry Jarrett, Rosa Johnson, Arlene Johnson, Robert Keene, John Klosinski, Anita Krause, Eugene Q9 MID-TERM SOPHGMORES Kroening, Ronald La Matina, Margaret Lange, Henry Liebig, Richard Linsemeyer, Norman McFeely, Marcia Mason, Mary Meriweather, Melvin Meska, Louis Millbranth, Craig Milzarek, Lester Mohamed, Leonard Nesvold, Lillian Novak, Beverly O'Bringer, Jim Ohms, Elaine Pace, Franklin Patience, Nancie Peck, William Pedzinski, Roger Pence, Nancy Quadlin, Ellsworth Reese, Claude Schlegelmilch, Noel Schreckenbach, Jim Schroeder, David Schumacher, Ronald Smiskey, Terrence White, Richard Williamson, Carol Worthy, Barbara Wright, Jacqueline Zriny, Marietta No Picfures F or. Beaver, Loren Miller, Marilyn 83 SOPHOMORE SNAPS 84 SOPHOMORE SNAPS 85 wifi gif? A sf X E V? ii 532525 ,e x k yg A 'Q' EXW A xx M mm 2 87 W E x NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Esther Richter, Bill Wright, and Blake Waterhouse admire emblem. Each year the students and faculty choose a number of outstanding stu- dents as members of the National Honor Society. Scholarship, leadership, character, and service are the requirements for this high honor. A student must be scholastically in the upper fourth of his class and be a senior or a second-semester junior to be eligible for membership. Officers for this year were presi- dent, Blake Waterhouse, vice-president, Bill Wright, and secretary, Esther Richter. Row 1: Nancy Johnsen, Helen Nadaf, Karlene Wenzel, Nancy Ballard, Dolores Brant, LO1'6tt?t Collins, Esther Hicliter, Nancy Booth, Sally Lueth, Barbara Porter. Row 2: Edward Hall, Don Ungurait, Nancy Cheney, Joann Lal-3-orn, Pat YVinner, Elaine Kozin, Jane Urquhart, Shirley Mc- Alpinc, Frances Vvillett, Constance Hamilton, Phyllis Shepperson, Betty Rannie. Row 3: Bill Wright, Bob Marshall, Nick Karagan, Marvin Kominiarek, Blake WVaterhouse, Rolland Preuss, Allen La- zarus, Bob Brooks, Bert NV3tC1'h0l1S9, John Troyer, Roger Holem. I 88 STUDENT COUNCIL Row 1: Jerry Winski, Jackie Wright, Karen Miller, Annamarie Downs, Peter Saunders. Row 2: Lee Dabagia, Jerre Bullard, Karen Lindquist, Judy Boese, Renie Breskin, James Rannie. Row Il: Nancy Hefner, Mickey Fargher, Nancy Booth, James Hurst, George Azar. Row 4: Carol Engstrom. Shirley Schlegelmilch, Maynard Thompson, Richard Wolcott. Row 5: Bill Wright, Dennis Hippen- steel, Diane Nichols, Camilla Rebae. Standing: Joyce Blair, Linda Lange, Phil Kiep, Mel Corley, John Kemp, Norm Linsenieyer, Bob Serhal, Lenny Schroeter, Dave Stralkowski, Russell Hyer. Meeting once every two weeks under the supervision of Mr. Cooling, the Student Cooperative Government of Isaac C. Elston Senior High, better known as Student Council, discusses and acts upon measures proposed by students. Marvin Kominiarek as president -- assisted by Sandia Ferguson, vice- pl"CSld6I1t, Eltld B2LI'bal"3, SlITlpSOI1, SCC- President Lillian Walker, Mr. Cooling, and other officers I-eta!-y A- presided for the fu-St Somes- --Sandra Ferguson, Marvin Kominiarek, Sue Spinning, and tel' and carried Out the policies of this Barbara Siinpsonfdiseuss Student Council activities. organization. These policies include pro- moting better citizenship among the students and better co-operation be- tween faculty and students. These duties were carried on during the second semester by Lillian Walker, president, with Marvin Kominiarek as vice-president, and Suzanne Spinning as secretary. 89 MONITORS Row 1: Janice Risk, Cherie Coonfare, Nancy Griffiths, Fay Harger, Virginia Stanley, Eloise Malchow, Frances Norris, Ressa Delco, Barb Slater, Barb Worthy, Dana Wagner. Row 2: George White, Stu Burris, Ruth Nordholm, Marilyn Flood, Nola McCormack, Renie Breskin, Diane Nichols, Peter Saun- ders, Jim Thompson, Richard Wolcott, Clem Periolat, Mr. Cooling. Row 3: Alan Kroening, Roger Wolcott, Jim Werre, Harry Shiparski, Bill VVright, Marvin Kominiarek, Maynard Thompson, Jim Hurst, Lee Dabagia, Dan Pauley, George Walls. Blair Purcell carries out his duties as monitor as he hands out a detention. All through the day the study hall and library are kept in order by monitors, whose main job is to give detentions for note Writ- ing, gum chewing, talking, and other disturb- a.nces. These monitors, appointed by members of the executive committee of the Student Council, are selected for one semester. First semester executive members included Jack Wright, Jim Scott, Bob Serhal, Richard Wolcott, Jim Hurst, and Lee Dabagia. Just as important were the second semester members: Richard Wolcott, Diane Nichols, Nancy Booth, Russell Hyer, Nancy Hefner, Barbara Worth, and Jerry Winski. 90 HALL PATROL Walk! Such might be one of the commands of the Hall Patrol, whose main duty is to keep order in the halls. The Hall Patrol, under the watchful eye of Mr. Irgang, stops all running, loud talking, loitering, or gum chewing that takes place in the halls. All members of the Hall Patrol must be passing in all subjects in order to keep their posts. Ronald Searcy, Chief of the Hall Patrol, with cap- tains George Walls, Shirley Zollman, Tom Goch, Dwight Henderlong, and Don Ungurait, has worked all year, helping to make the order in our school halls better than it has ever been before. Reva Delco of the Hall Patrol sees that no gum chewing takes place in the halls. Row 1: Kenneth Malecki, Nancy Booth, Carol Bartholomew, Barbara Goldman. Jim Thompson, George Walls, Dick Carlson, Mr. Irgang, Don Ungurait, Harry Lykens, Ronald Malcc-ki. Row 2: Phyllis Schmidt, Peter Saunders, John Henry, Bud Bolka. Row 3: Ressa Delco, Nancy Austin. Florence Brinckman, Reva Delco, Kenneth Brooks, Dwight Henderlong, Row 4: Ethel Fogus, Ilavc Gring, Nick Karagan, Frank Preuss, Tom Goch, Ronald Searcy. Row 5: Lee Dabagia, Dirk Cook, Clem Periolat, Dan Pauley. Row 6: Marvin Kominiarek, Jim Hurst, Jerry Herod, Dick Strakowski. OFFICE MESSENGERS Pat Gondek and Karen Logerquist prepare to deliver messages for the office. "Here, there, and everywhere" describes the office messengers. Their duties consist of many tasks. They run errands, collect attend- ance blanks, and deliver messages for the of- fice and faculty. Our principal, Mr. Humphrey, asks for volunteers in study hall to serve as office mes- sengers. They give up one of their study peri- ods to perform these services. Left to right: Mrs. Humphrey, Clem Periolat, Nanette Wolgast, Sue Heitman, Shirley La Matina, Betty Russ, Pat Gondek, Karen Logerquist, Carol Dubert, Karen Rieck, Eleanor Criswell, Judie Sarver, Arvella Calusa, Mike Glasscott. JUNIOR RED CROSS Row 1: Pat Winner, Martha Meyer, Melvin Meriweather, Robert Weisilog, Phil Gasteyer. Row 2: Prudy Gloye, Ruth Frame, Anita Linn, Jania Martin, Betty Staffel, Nancy Nixon. Row 3: Roberta Howard, George Osos, Robert Dick, Sylvia Coar, Bob Jackson, Velma Mack, Sally Bentley, Sandra Timm. Row 4: Clem Bennett, Joan Wozniak, Shirley Wolford, Barbara Rude. Row 5: Rachel Bohlim, Miss Henry, Richard Konkey, Francis Murry. Each semester a representative from each sponsor group is chosen to serve in the Junior Red Cross, which is under the sponsorship of Miss Henry. This organization holds drives in the fall, sends gifts to the hospitals, and works on special projects, such as menus, slip- pers, and scrapbooks. Officers for the year were Pat Win- ner, presidentg Joann LaBorn, vice- presidentg Ruth Frame, secretary- treasurer. Miss Henry and Anita Linn work on slippcrs as part of the Red Cross project. PAN-AMERICAN LEAGUE Top picture: Francis Murry, Barbara Goldman, James Agnew, Joan Kahl, Gary Peterson, Rich- ard Wolcott, Carol Bartholomew, Eddie Rogers, James Stark, Jonathan Feinn, Gordon Bernius, Dal- las Seedorf, Roger Wolcott. Lower picture: Judy Fritz, Carol Robowski, Larry Maxey, Ellen Stephens, Ruth Frame, Jim Rannie, Andy Tower, Renie Breskin, Steve Bard, Bill Fleming, Linda Newman, Maris Palmateer, Norman LaDuke, Kenlynn Schroeder, Inez Ayad. Row 1: Russell Hedstrom, treasurer, Nancy Booth, vice- presidentg Hussein Hakim, president: Karen Lindquist, secre- tary. Row 2: Carol Lange, Janice Risk, Allan Spear, Mrs. Spiro, Mary Ann Wegner. 94 The purpose of the Pan-American League is to promote a better un- derstanding among the twenty-one Latin-American republics. Under the leadership of Mrs. Spiro the Spanish students have enjoyed many activities. At the monthly meet- ings they have heard interesting world travelers and seen beautiful movies. The activities of the year also included a project on Michigan City to be sent to a South American country, displays of Spanish life, a Pan-American radio program, and the big event of the year - the banquet. DAHLITES The Dahlites are a group of girls who work as library assistants under the leader- ship of Miss Dahlberg. Their many tasks include checking out books and making displays. Joann LaBorn was the president of this club, Nancy Cheney, thc vice-president, and Charlotte Jaeger, the secretary-treasurer. Miss Dahlberg tries out the comfortable chaii in the library. Top picture: Mary Lou Traske, Joann LaBorn, Nancy Cheney, Charlotte Jaeger, Karen Schoen- ning, Karen Miller, Karen Lindquist, Mary Ann NVegner, Marva Jane Haas, Rosemary Leeds, Linda Piazza, Judy Boese, Sue Rhoda, Jeanne Abraham. Lower picture: Frances Lieber, Suzanne Spinning, Diane Gardner, Mickey Fargher, Sandra Erickson, Sandra Ferguson, Karen Westberg, Sharon Coupland, Loretta Zorn, Carol Lange, Doris Millman, Margie Gallagher, Carol Engstrom. 95 AUDIO-VISUAL AIDES Don Frame, Rudolph Geissler, Norman LaDuke, and Dennis Hippensteel prepare a radio program as Mr. Mc- Intire watches. The busy audio-visual aides operate movie projectors and public address equipment, work stage lights, and as- sist in radio programs. The students enjoy this work very much, and the teachers appreciate their willing co- operation. The general director of audio-visual Work is Mr. George Mclntire. Miss Stuart is in charge of the work in senior high school. Row 1: Lamar Potter, Jackie Janoski, Kenlynn Schroeder, Bill Fleming. Row 2: Ralph Woodruff, Arlene Johnson, Richard Dirks. Row 3: Richard Liebig, Henry Lange, Jack Griflin, Jim Pollard, Miss Stuart, Diane Gardner. 96 HI-Y 1 Left to right: Jim Przybylinski, Eddie Rogers, Tony Manson, Mr. Bucy, Jim Sunderland, Bill Smith, Paul Russell, Richard Blair, Chuck Bohlin, Dave Gring, Bob Kolodziejski, Frank Preuss. To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character is the Hi-Y purpose. Throughout the year the boys have com- pleted several projects and services which attain their goal, service. Officers for this year were Bob Kolodziejski, president, Dave Gring, vice-presidentg Frank Preuss, secretary-treasurerg and Chuck Bohlin, chaplain. One of the projects the boys completed was to make horseshoes to be used at the sectional and regional basketball tourneys. The student body deeply appreciated this courtesy. Mr. Buoy is the sponsor of this organization, which meets at the "Y" every other Thursday night. 97 Frank Preuss and Mr. Bucy discuss coming events of the Hi-Y. SOPHOMORE TRI-HI-Y 306' Q3- Row 1: Miss Robinson, Merry Fuller, Joyce Armstrong, Betty Staffel, Mickey Fargher, Nancy Shafer, Annette Hutmacher, Barbara Yeager, Diane Nichols, Gayle Pravden. Row 2: Judy Riggs, Deanna Rhodes, Alice Burnham, Joan Strawbridge, Frances Lieber, Jane Wilson, Judy Bryan, Roberta Zorn, Nancy Nixon, Francis Murry, Betsy Weber, Connie Bobinski. Row 3: Colette Boza, Connie Ziemer, Camilla Rebac, Sue Petri, Karen Frageman, Mary Stine, Karen Rieck, Ardith Klin- der, Alice Ross, Lora Gillette, Sandra Gales, Judie Sarver, Sharon Neulieb. Nancy Nixon, Connie Bobinski, Betty Staffel and Camilla Rebac as they ascend the stairs to the Sophomore Tri-Hi-Y meeting. This year the Tri-Hi-Y club had such a huge membership that it was decided to divide the club into two groups, Sophomore Tri-Hi-Y and Junior-Senior Tri-Hi-Y. The sophomores under the sponsorship of Miss Robinson meet at the "Y" on the same Thursday as the other group. Their purpose and motto are the same as those of the Junior-Senior club. Officers for this year were president, Nancy Shafer, vice-president, Annette Hutmacherg secretary, Mickey Fargherg treasurer, Betty Staffelg and chaplain, Barbara Yeager. 98 UNIOR-SENIOR TRI-HI-Y "Clean speech, clean sports, clean scholarship, and clean living" is the motto of Tri-Hi-Y. Their purpose is to create, maintain, and extend through- out the home, school, and community high stand- ards of Christian character. Tri-Hi-Y is affiliated with the "Y" and meets there every other Thursday night. Its goal is to extend service to our community and school. Oiiicers for the year were president, Jania Martin, vice-president, Rosie Linde, secretary, Lillian Walkerg treasurer, Mary Ann Wegner, and chairman of devotions, Pat Winner. Miss Wolfe sponsored the group. . . Junior-Senior Tri-Hi-Y girls as they work on one of their many projects. Row 1: Ann Frehse, Anita Linn, Claudesta Ward. Row 2: Bernadine Goede, Beverly Mi-Kinney, Carol Bartholomew, Barbara Goldman, Prudy Gloye, Eleanore Gallas, Marion Ridenour, JoAnn Meska. Row 3: Pearl Slisher, Kathryn Cass, Bonnie Day, Karen Westberg, Sharon Coupland, Nanette VVol- gast, Marilyn Werdine, Shirley Schlundt, Faye Schaefer, Row 4: Sue Rhoda, Sandra Ferguson, Linda Piazza, Karen Schoenning, Susan Meyer, Sandra Erickson, Margie Gallagher, Loretta Zorn, Carol Dubert. Row 5: Jane Reebs, Mary Ganschow, Carol Lange, Karen Lindquist, Karen Miller, Suzanne Spinning. Row 6: Martha Meyer, Karin Reuber, Darlene Mahlka, Jackie Snyder. Standing: Eleanor Criswell, Shirley Zollman, Ruth Nordholrn, Mary Ann Wegner, Lillian Walker, Jania Martin, Rosie Linde, Pat Winner, Miss Wolfe, Dana Wagner, Karlene Wenzel. i x 99 PAINT SPGTS Row 1: Phyllis Birginske, Ethel Fogus. Row 2: Sandra Timm, Phillis Bohnstadt, Judie Sarver, Martha Meyer. Row 3: Miss Commer, Roberta Howard, Jo Anne Gramal, Karin Reuber, Marsha Lindsay, Jackie Janoski. Row 4: Jerry Florent, Ressa Delco, Arlene Dabbert. Row 5: Carol Burns, JoAnn Blissmer, Margie Lyster. Ethel Fogus, Darlene Waaso, and Ressa Delco as they work on their art projects. 100 By working with art, the Paint Spots, under the supervision of Miss Commer, stimulate their interest and develop their creative ability. First semester officers were presi- dent, Karin Reuberg vice-president, Jerry Florent, and secretary, Ressa Delco. Second semester olhcers in the same order were Ressa Delco, Dar- lene Waaso, and Ethel Fogus. A trip to the Art Institute in Chicago enabled these future artists to see the work of the masters of yesterday. SLIPSTICKS Row 1: Geraldine Bullard, Barbara Sanders, Sandra Timm, Gayle Pravden. Row 2: Linda Ober- link Jackie Janoski, Renie Breskin, Marilyn Flood, Ressa Delco, Ruth Russell. Row 3: Bill Polite, Jim Ranynie, Max Eubanks, Jane Reebs, Nancy Austin, Ethel Fogus, Phyllis Schmidt. Row 4: Larry Maxey, Gordon Bernius, Duane Barts, Maynard Thompson, Russell Hedstrom, Jim Hurst, Norman LaDuke. Mr. William Giffel works a problem out by the use of the slide rule. The cube root of 47 is what? Such a question will send the members of the Slip Sticks scurrying for their slide rules, from whence they get their name. The Slip Sticks, sponsored by Mr. Giffel, gives the students an opportunity to learn more about the interesting phases of mathematics not covered in class work. First semester officers were president, Larry Maxey, vice-president, Max Eubanksg secretaries, Phyllis Schmidt and Jim Rannie. Second semester officers included Norman LaDuke, president, Duane Barts, vice-president, and Marilyn Flood and Renie Breskin as secretaries. The Club activities included a trip to a Sci-Math Assembly in Lafayette and another to the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, as Well as a local Held trip. The Club was also instrumental in the preparation of a short instructional film on how to make a window transparency. 101 LATIN CLUB Marvin Kominiarek, Marilyn Ritchie, and Charmian Bonner as they appeared in togas at the Roman Banquet. "LABOR OMNIA VINCIT"-"Work con- quers everythingn-is the motto of the Latin Club, which has as its object "to promote and further the interests of Latin through the school and to enable the students to obtain a better appreciation of Roman cul- ture and life through Latin." The oITicers of the Latin Club were presi- dent, Jim Hurst, vice-president, Marvin Kominiarekg secretary-treasurer, Marilyn Flood. Row 1: Jim Hurst, Bob Marshall, Marvin Kominiarek, Dana Wagner, Jacky Snyder, Don Un- gurait. Row 2: Nancy Griffiths, Marilyn Flood, Mary Louise Traske, Marilyn Ritchie, Nick Karagan. Row 3: Miss Henry, Roger Ottersen, Ned Westphal, Max Eubanks, Bill Fleming. Row 4: Jim Bortel, Dan Pauley, Charmian Bonner, Sandra Timm. FORUM CLUB Standing: John Feinn, Allan Spear, Marilyn Flood, Maynard Thompson. Row 1: Dennis Brown, Jim Agnew, George Osos. Row 2: Phil Gasteyer, Margaret Larson, Russell Hedstrom, William Pohl. Row 3: Andy Tower, Larry Maxey, Phyllis Schmidt, Roger Ottersen, Mr. Cooling. Have you ever spent fifteen minutes or an hour arguing with a friend on some subject? In school there is an organization known as the Forum Club, under the leadership of Mr. Cooling, for the students who enjoy discussion and debate. Officers for the first semester were presi- dent, Allan Spear, vice-president, Maynard Thompson, and secretary-treasurer, Marilyn Flood. The second semester officers were presi- dent, Maynard Thompson: vice-president, John Feinng and secretary-treasurer, Mari- lyn Flood. Dennis Brown leads the discussion on the problems of Turkey. MADRIGAL The Madrigal group sings for an audience. A new and different singing group was organized this year by our music teacher, Mr. Wells. This madrigal chorus is a small group of students who sing in an in- formal style while seated in a semi- circle around a table. In the sixteenth century madrigal singing was done among friends at someone's home. In the evening after supper they would gather around the piano to sing the popular lyrics. James Agnew, Joe Arnold, Sidney Linde, Bill Papineau, Naomi Hays, Jean Craft, Mary Ramsay, Karen Rieck, Mary Ganschow, Marcia Lemons, Jean Cox, Maelisbeth Pope, Diana Miller, John Carl- son, Bill Thomas, Ed Oszust. BLACKFRIARS Row 1: Joan Strawbridge, Nancy Jakelski, Judy Riggs, Jeanene Nadaf. Row 2: Ethel Fogus, Fran Lieber, Carol Bartholomew, Annette Hutmacher, Gayle Pravden. Row 3: Roberta Zorn, Deanna Rhodes, Barbara Goldman, Linda Oberlink, .Terre Bullard. Row 4: Mr. Fisher, Maris Palmateer, Sharon Neulieb, Karen Rieck, Lee Mohamed, Pam Pittsford, Phil Kiep. Blackfriars as they practice for the play THURSDAY EVENING. For those students who like to act, the Blackfriars, under the sponsorship of Mr. Fisher, helps make this Wish come true. President Jerre Bullard, with Alice Burn- ham as vice-president and Joan Strawbridge as secretary-treasurer, along with other mem- bers, Worked toward the goal of becoming a Thespian. The Blackfriars are taught acting, stagework, and enunciation. The play, THURSDAY EVENING, was given as a school assembly program. 106 THESPIANS The members of the National Thespian So- ciety are chosen according to points, which they obtain for their acting ability and stage Work in school and community projects. Under the leadership of Miss Luck and Mr. Fisher the Thespians gave their annual Christ- mas and spring plays. The officers were president, Nick Karagang vice-president, Rosi Leedsg and secre-tary-treas- urer, Esther Richter. One of the many activities of any club is the presentation of a radio program. Row 1: Diana Miller, Don Ungurait, Dana Wagner, Jerry Winski, Karen Sehoenning, Lee Dabagia, Esther Richter Toni Allen, Sally Holston. Row 2: Mr. Fisher, Bonnie Day, Rosemary Leeds, Nick Karagan, Blair' Purcell, Naomi Hays, Marvin Kominiarek, Jania Martin, George Osos, Pat Winner, Ned Westphal, Frank Preuss, Margaret Larson, Sue Ludwig, Miss Luck. 107 DANCE BAND Row 1: Minnie Abron, Ronnie Schumacher, Larry Maxey, Dexter DeWitt, Russell Hedstrom. Row 2: Jim Stark, Edward Ivey, Jim Rannie, Duane Barts, Ed Oszust, Bill Papineau, Bob Wall, Peter Kessler, Bill Maxey, Bill Peck, Bill Fleming. Standing: Ronnie Hinshaw, Leonard McKee. The band heard at our dances after the games and at other social functions is our Varsity Dance Band, under the direction of Mr. Myran. Only a few of the best players in the various sections of the school band are selected to play in the dance band. STRING ENSEMBLE This group, under the direction of Mr. Myran, promotes a better appreciation of music in our school. The ensemble visits all grade schools in order t ' t d students in the lower grades. , o in ro uce the string instruments to the Row 1: Dennis Sadlowski, Charlie O'Bringer, Howard Witte, Janet Inman, Mary Sue Russell, Judy Kling. Row 2: Phyllis Panicha, Linda Oberlink, Nancy Patience, Jerre Bullard, Wanice Leatherwood, Alice Burnham, Joan Strawbridge, Dennis Hippensteel. 108 BAND Row 1: Larry Maxey, Dexter DeWitt, Allan Spear, Barbara Sanders, Judy Fritz, Beverly Johnsen, Elaine Wittenberg, Katie Kyle, Betsy Weber. Row 2: Ronnie Schumacher, Ronald Hinshaw, James Herbert, Russell Case, Connie Ziemer, Kathy Bowker, Jim Anderson, Mickey Fargher, lilczlnor Criswell. Row 3: Jacqueline Janoski, Jane Reebs, Bill Guller, James Matotte, Cherie Coonfare, Min- nie Abron, Ardith Klinder, Karen DeWitt, Norman LaDuke. Row 4: Pat Stihbe, VVilliam Pohl, Betty Staffel, Sally Coar, Dick Spear, Russell Hedstrom, Pat King, Ruth Rasmussen, Ed Ivey, Ron Cotts, Jim Rannie, Duane Barts, Ed Oszust, Row 5: Robert Bartholomew, Bill Maxey, Bill Breining, Bill Peck, Bill Fleming, George Baranowski, Norman Thode, Bob Walk, Louis Hager, Peter Kessler, Bill Papineau, Mike Cochran, Max Eubanks, Maynard Thompson, John Kemp. Row 6: Bob Grciner, Blake Waterhouse, Leonard McKee, Phil Gasteyer, Jim Stark, Bruce Fischer, Mr. Myran. Ronald Hinshaw, Edward Oszust, and Leonard Mclxec as they played while the rest of the band atched. What music! A very important part of our school is our band, under the direction of Mr. Myran. The Band meets in the music rooms at seven-thirty every morning. Members of the band exhibit their talents in parades, band con- certs, and between halves at football and basket- ball games. The annual band concert is held in the spring and is always a highlight of the year. Officers for this year were president, Blake Waterhouse, vice-president, Larry Maxeyg sec- retary, Jim Stark, treasurer, Eleanor Criswellg and librarian, Bill Pohl. 109 CHEERLEADERS Sandy Ferguson, Linda Piazza, Robert Marshall, Clem Bennett, Lillian Walker, Darlene Mahlka. Cheerleaders in action as they lead the cheers of the crowd. This year, supporting our football and basket- ball teams, we were fortunate in having a group of fine cheerleaders. The cheerleaders were chosen in the fall, and we were lucky in not losing anyone because of failing grades. The students trying out for cheerleading ap- peared before the Red Derbies first, and then the ten best picked by the pep club appeared before the student body in an assembly. The student body chooses six regular cheerleaders and two alternates, in case of failing grades or other misfortunes. Everyone noticed the new skirts Worn by the cheerleaders for the basketball season. They looked very nice and added to the "color" of our games. 110 RED DERBIES School Spirit! That is one of the aims of the pep club of our high school. The Red Derbies, sponsored by Mr. Miller and Mr. Buoy, displayed their spirit through many different channels. The pep sessions, dances, and all projects undertaken by this club were huge successes. The annual Basketball-Football dance, honoring the players of these sports, climaxed the activities of the year. From the study hall at four o'clock on every other Tuesday one could hear the cheerleaders presenting new yells or practicing old ones. Ofliccrs for this year were Jania Martin and Sandy Ferguson, co-chairmen, Shirley Schlegel- milch, secretary, an d Maureen McMillan, treasurer. Mr, Miller addresses a Red Derby meeting in study hall. Row 1: Mr. Buey, Mr. Miller. Row 2: Maureen McMillan, Sandra Ferguson, .Tania Martin, Shirley Schlegelmileh. 111 FASHIONETTES Karen Westberg and Joyce Blair as they put th finishing touches on an apron. 6 "A smart girl is one who makes her own clothes." If this is true, the Fashionettes have one of the smartest clubs in school. Under the direction of Mrs. Kelly, the girls meet for the purpose of more advanced work in sewing. All girls must have taken a year of sewing offered at school before they are eligible to join. Officers during the year were president, Nancy Cheney, and secretary, Charlotte Jaeger. Row 1: Karen Miller, Carol Dubert, Joyce Blair. Beverly Gring. Row 2: Karen Lindquist, Nancy Cheney, Bernadine Goede, Charlotte Jaeger, Karen Westberg, Mrs. Kelly. Row 3: Mary Jane Piergal- ski, Barbara Stelter, Carol Sommerfeld, Audrey Hardt, Mary Ann Wegner, Frances Cottingham. 112 CAREER DAY Row 1: Beverly Volstorf, Ethel Fogus, Phyllis Schmidt, Shirley Schlegelmilch, Diana Miller, Audrey Hardt, Marianne Tracy, Jackie Shikany, Barbara Simpson. Row 2: Paul Pittsford, Charles Dexter, Paul Russell, Joyce Farmer, Judy Morrison, Nancy Fisher, Sue Dolezal, Andy Tower, Roland Miller, Allan Spear, Tom Campbell. Row 3: Bill Hibner, Larry Anderson, Harry Lykens, Alex Pen- fold, Mike Glasscott, Richard Walotka. Row 4: Marvin Kominiarek, Dave Sobecki, Glenn Bridwell, Clifford Burns, Bob Blair, Herb Sperling, Blake Waterhouse, Maynard Grieger, Bob Jones, Blair Purcell. Miss Bess Day, Miss Robinson, and Mr. Giffel - guidance director and school counselors, respectively - directed the fifth annual Rotary-sponsored Career Day on April first., The students were privileged to hear the experiences of successful people in various kinds of work. Each of our guests was assisted by a student, who acted as host and introduced the speaker to his group. Miss Robinson, Mr. Gilfel, and Miss Day discuss the different aspects of Career Day. 113 ii fi Um 5052 1 14 26036 916.530 , kim? ?xii1zSv5v?NS9J5'519s FEATURES Ron Searcy encourages louder and longer cheers. PEP SESSIONS That "wobb1y" La Porte team staggers off the floor. The sweethearts of the Devils' football squad - real dolls. Come on, letfs' really yell! mf Ax x A 5 ' if ff EV0I'yb0dy dOeS the BUNNY HOP! "Out of this world" characters - a devil and some ghostly friends. 116 RED DERBIES In successful and not so successful seasons alike, Elston students' school spirit and team-backing have always been outstanding. Our pep sessions are evidence, usu- ally loud, vigorous evidence of this fact. Much credit for the well-planned pep rallies must be given to the Red Derbies and Delbert Miller, the Club's sponsor. The Red Derbies spent long hours working so that City's cheering section would be second to none-. The Red Derbies take care of seeing that the auditorium is colorfully trimmed for the important sports events of the year. Suzanne Spinning and Judy Boese help decorate the auditorium for the Sectional. 117 CLASS ACTIVITIES Mr. Smith helps Nick Karagan with a chemistry experiment that looks as though it's more fun than work. Hurry to paste that dummy! Journalism students work hard to meet the deadline. This isn't always an easy job, as Wayne Molzan, Karlene Wenzel, Bob Marshall, Esther Richter, Allan Spear, Verlene Hixon, and Ressa Delco know well. One of the fall activities of Miss Stuart's home living class was the collection of clothing to be sent to needy children all over the world. Five girls who are finishing their requirements for the Commercial Course by spending two weeks working in regular business offices prepare to leave for their temporary jobs. They are Florence Brinckman, Jeanine Johnson, Mary Timm, Beverly Advanced social science and English 8 students volstorf, and Pat Leusch. are seen in their "almost natural" habitat, the library, gathering notes for their biggest headache of the semester, their term papers. 118 CADET TEACHERS lg., c Row 1: Nancy Booth, Phyllis Schmidt, Anita Linn, Marva Jane Haas, Pat Winner, Barbara Car- michael, Lillian Walker, Row 2: Harry Lykens, Nancy Austin, Rosie Linde, Pat King, Sally I-Iolston, Margaret Larson, Esther Richter, Verlene Hixon, Rosemary Leeds. "You've just got to hear the cute thing one of my third graders said this morn- ing! Well, we were right in the middle of the reading lesson, and one of those precoci- ous little eight-year olds piped up with . . . " This is the sort of exclamation you'd be likely to hear if you were to tune in on the conversation of a group of cadet teachers. These aspirants to the noble career of teaching claim that helping a regular teacher train her brood in the 3 R's is lots more fun than work - and they really take their duties seriously. The cadets report to their chosen classes in the public grade schools each day and spend two periods with "their" children. During the course of the semester each cadet is expected to accomplish one definite classroom project. It may be directing the youngsters in a little skit or help- ing the group with a special art or craft activity. The purpose of having the cadets Work on these projects is to help them under- stand what children enjoy doing and what capacities children have at their respective grade levels. 119 SZQQSE5' wa 0-in-LX? me 5 'x EXTRA-SPECIAL EVENTS Ellen Stephens. Janice Risk, Kaien Lindquist, and Carol Lange are shown in the colorful rai- ment they wore in the Pan-Anier- ican Day program. This assembly was put on by the Pan-American Club under the sponsorship of Mrs. Spiro. l Queen Audrey Hardt and King A familiar Christmas scene in Blake Waterhouse reign over their silhouette: An art student puts admiring subjects at the annual some finishing touches on a Nativ- Football-Basketball Dance. ity scene. This year the Thespians received the honor of being asked to pre- sent a one-act play, SUNDAY COSTS FIVE PESOS, for the state convention of Thespians. They are seen just before they left to go to the convention at Indiana State Teachers' College, Terre Haute. "VERY IMPORTANT PEOPLE,' GOOD CITIZENS Two outstanding students, Pat Winner and Blake Waterhouse, received awards from Mr. Humphrey for having been voted City's best citizens. Each year the Daugh- ters of the American Revolution presents these awards to a senior boy and girl. Pat and Blake were chosen for this honor by the faculty. CLASS OFFICERS, EN MASSE Seated: The Senior Class leaders-Jania Martin, secretary-treasurer, Paul Pittsford, president, and Blake Waterhouse, vice- president. Standing: the Juniors f Mavis Brant, secretary-treasurer, Jim Hurst, vice- president, Lee Dabagia, president. The Sophomore officers: Bob Dabagia, presi- dent, Norm Teets, vice-president, and Renie Breskin, secretary-treasurer. JEANNE AND JOSEPH ABRAHAM Two persons who caused a French-speaking fad in school this year are Jeanne and Joseph Abraham, two post-graduate students from the province of Quebec in Canada. The Abrahams spent this year in Michigan City visiting their uncle, Monsignor Michael Abraham. Last year they were in Lebanon and studied at a university there. Thus, they are tri-lingual. They speak French, Lebanese, and English. ASSEMBLIES A woman who has made teen-agers her career was a much appreciated assembly speaker. Val Lauder is a columnist for a large Chicago news- paper. Her column "The Keen Teens" is a favorite with City students, Mr. Hadley Hepworth, an English actor and former Scotland Yard undercover man, enrobed to play that noble teacher, Mr. Chips. The announcement of an assembly is one of the greatest causes of general exulta- tion in high school. Convocations are indeed popular at City, and no wonder. Who could blame a student for rejoicing upon hearing that he will be able to get out of that tough chemistry class for at least one day? Long live assemblies, and may there be more of them! l Bill Pohl and Blair Purcell question Gilbert Mr. Llewellyn Heard, a research chemist with Johnson of La Porte, who is a repatriated prisoner the Standard Oil Company, surveys the damage of the Korean War. Mr. Ray Fox, attorney, mod- incurred by one of his "Fire Magic" tricks. erated this panel discussion, the main feature of our Armistice Day program. 122 SIGN-UP DAY The stampede to sign up for classes is on! Where are you going with all those books? It says on page 93... fl Aly: I .xy Fran Norris takes care of some end-0f- semester locker duty. But I wanted English the third period! What's all this got to do with chemistry? Sign-ups can do that to you. Aftermath. 123 GENERAL SNAPS "Cool Cat Carl" and friend entertain the seniors. A Glee Club jollification. Fanny and Maureen. Harlan has his picture taken. 'Vi 1 wg 1 M SP1'in?,' h0US6C1eaHiI1g7 The Dahlites celebrate Christmas. 124 GENERAL SNAPS ..m...4 fx Wg' 3, J . The Thespizms dressed fm' then' Christmas p1'og'1'an1. Four saxophones and . . . 1 A hard-working VH concessions worker. Pat, Sally, and the Mexican Hat Dance. 3 H The sophs prepare to depart. The happy Romans. 125 miiiiifw I 1 TP'095HS9-Cb-QOXO 9X-:ms-yo was-fx E 5ai'Sziv5v?MfJ5"?9x G. A. A. Mavis Brant. Diane Gardner, Judy Bartels, Miss Sebesta. "I'll see you after school tonight!" This remark could very Well have been made by a member of G.A.A. to a fellow teammate. The Girls' Athletic Association, commonly known as G.A.A., is open to any senior high girl who likes and wants to participate in one or more of several sports. In- cluded in the variety of sports offered are soccer, hockey, deck tennis, volley ball, basketball, and baseball. Every year, and this year was no exce-ption, the G.A.A. girls go caroling at Christmas time. The girls chose Judy Bartels president, Mavis Brant vice-president, and Diane Gardner secretary-treasurer for the entire year. G.A.A. meets regularly on the second Thursday of every month, but often a special meeting is called to organize teams and to select captains. For every game in which a girl participates, she receives five points. At the end of the school year one girl is chosen by all the girls as the outstanding athlete. She is presented a sweater at the award assembly. Last year's Winner was Mavis Brant. 128 HGCKEY Sticks on Mary! This expression is heard often during a hockey game on Gill Field. Nancy Austin led her teammates to victory in this popular sport. Close behind them was Nancy Bennett's team, which was runner-up. Row 1: Marilyn Murphy, Mary Jane Piergalski, Reva Delco, Sarah Wible, Janice Collins, Norma Priebe, Nancy Austin, Frances Murry, Wanda Weeks, Phyllis Ballard, Joann Cottingham. Bullying off., Row 1: Pat Januchowski, Clemonce Bahar, Nancy Bennett Inez Ayad, Elaine Dusza. Row 2: Pat Putz, Pat Sobkowiak Sue Snyder, Judy Bartels, Barb Brooks. 120 DECK TENNIS Deck tennis is one of the most popular sports, according to G.A.A. girls. The win- ners this year were led to victory by Jean Cox. Pat Januchowski captained the run- ners-up. Martha Theisen, Maelisbeth Pope, June Cox, Francis Murry, Claudesta Ward Ward, Jeanette Turner. Kneeling: Jean Cox. Catch that ring! Row 1: Joann Cottingham and Pat Januchowski. Row 2 Wanda Weeks, Sharon Neulieb, Donna Hefner, Phyllis Jann chowski, Karin Reuber. 131 VOLLEYBALL Volleyball comes next. This sport, in which eight players usually participate, some- times results in close scoring. This year Francis Murray was elected captain of the team which came out on top. Diane Gardner's team managed to follow in second place. Row 1: Jeanette Turner, Francis Murry, Jean Cox. Row 2: Phyllis Piergalski, Maelisbeth Pope, Martha Theisen, Phyllis Januchowski, June Cox. Diane Gardner, Mavis Brant, Darlene Waaso, Velma Mack, Marie Meyer, Helga von Haas. 132 BASKETBALL As usual basketball proved to be an enjoyable and exciting sport for the girls who played on the teams. Reva Delco's team and Lillian Walker's team were chief com- petitors, but Delco's team emerged as champs. Row 1: Juanita Ramsey, Phyllis Ballard, Sarah Wible, Pat Sobkowiak. Row 2: Reva Delco. Janice Collins, Sue Snyder, Nancy Austin. Stretch! Row 1: Lillian Walker, Francis Murry. Row 2: Margie Hatcher, Maelisbeth Pope, Claudesta Ward, Martha Theisen, Jeanette Turner, Mavis Brant. 133 BASEBALL "You're out!" . . . or better yet . , . "Safe!" These phrases are as familiar in a girls' baseball game as they are in a boys'. Because this game is played so late in the season, the 1954 teams can not be included in this ELSTONIAN. Therefore we present the 1953 victors, Ellabelle Agnew's team, which defeated Nancy Austin's team to claim the baseball championship. Row 1: Lillian Vvalker, Ellabelle Agnew, Freddie Foster. Row 2: Jean Cox, Shirley Foster, Geneva Parish, June Cox, Maelisbeth Pope. . Batter up! ln front: Nancy Austin. Row 2: Phyllis Schmidt, Mary Jane Piergalski, Florence Brinckman, Linda Pulaski, Ivern Wantland. 134 G.'A. A. SNAPS 135 1953 BASEBALL Row 1: Allan Spear imanagerl, Jim Lippens, Ken Voltz, Charles Bohlin, Jim Bohlin, Charles Dexter, Glenn Bridwell, Ray Mizia, George Walls, Dick Collins fmanagerj. Row 2: Coach Newt Meer, Jim Stark, Ball Steinborn, Ken Schreiber, Bill Dynowski, Gordon Loetz, Richard Wolcott, Phil Mc- Intosh imanagerj, Don Nevorski. Row 3: Coach Warren Jones, Dave Greer, Roger Wolcott, Blake Waterhouse, Ron Burns, Dick Kabacinski, Ron Flotow, Bill Karin, Herb Sperling, Pat Gardner, Clem Periolat fmanagerj. Head manager Mike Glasscott not in picture. Despite a slow start the 1953 Red Devil baseball team finished its season in a blaze of glory, winning the last five games to gain a tie for second place in the Northern Indiana Conference. The City nine won ten games, while losing six, and had a conference record of six victories and four defeats. Newt Meer and Warren Jones coached the diamond squad. Herb Sperling led the Red Devil Sluggers, with a batting average of .333. He was followed by Jim Bohlin. who batted .312. Heading the City mound staff were Ron Flotow and Ken Schreiber. Flotow won six games and lost four, while Schreiber won four games and sufered two defeats. The Red Devils' six conference wins included victories over South Bend Washington, South Bend Adams, Elkhart, LaPorte, and South Bend Central twice. City lost to Elkhart, LaPorte, Mishawaka, and South Bend Riley in conference play. Non-conference victories included a win over the rugged Indiana State Prison nine, a squad composed of many former professional and semi-professional players. Student managers of last year's baseball squad were Mike Glasscott, Allan Spear, Clem Periolat, Phil McIntosh, and Dick Collins. Last year's Red Devil nine displayed a fighting spirit and good sportsmanship all through the season and was. a team of which our school should be very proud. 1953 BASEBALL SUMMARY WON-10 LOST-6 MICHIGAN CITY Gary Lew Wallace ......... Niles fMichiganJ MICHIGAN CITY ...... 'MICHIGAN CITY South Bend Central ....... MICHIGAN CITY Indiana State Prison ..... 'Elkhart ..................... ....... MICHIGAN CITY .....,... MICHIGAN CITY Culver Military Academy "'LaPorte .........,....,.,.,.. .,...,, MI CHIGAN CITY .,....... 'Mishawaka ............... ....... M ICHIGAN CITY ....--... Niles fMichiganJ MICHIGAN CITY ........ 'MICHIGAN CITY South Bend Washington 'South Bend Riley MICHIGAN CITY ......... 'MICHIGAN CITY South Bend Adams ....... 'MICHIGAN CITY Elkhart ...................... 'MICHIGAN CITY LaPorte .....................- MICHIGAN CITY Benton Harbor ............. 'MICHIGAN CITY South Bend Central ....... 'Conference game. 136 BASEBALL Catcher Herb Sperling attempts to put an Ken Voltz Safely Teaches third base opposing runner out at the plate. f0l' 3' triple- M. C. H. S. 1953 BASEBALL STATISTICS Runs Hits 2BH 3BH HR RBI so BB HB si-I SB PO A 'Bill Steinborn CCo-Capt.l .....,.......... 7 10 3 0 0 4 9 12 'Ken Schreiber fCo-Capt.j ................ 9 6 0 0 2 8 7 8 'Ken Voltz ..................................,. .... 4 10 0 0 0 2 13 14 'Jim Bohlin ............. ......, 8 10 0 0 1 4 2 'Bill Dynowski .,,,..... .... 2 2 0 O 1 1 42 1 George Walls ....,.... .... 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 "Herb Sperling .,....,...,..., ....... 3 14 2 0 0 3 105 4 'Blake Waterhouse ...... ....... 3 6 1 0 0 0 6 14 'Dick Kabacinski ........ ,....,. 4 5 0 0 0 2 9 0 'Dave Greer ...........,, ....... 5 3 0 0 1 4 55 1 'Ron Burns ,.,,,.,,..,. ..,. 3 2 0 0 1 0 4 3 Charles Dexter ....... .... 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 'Pat Gardner ,,.,,,,... ..,. 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 'Ron Flotow ......, ....... 3 3 1 0 0 0 3 14 Bob Serhal .,... ...... .... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Charles Bohlin ....... ..,.... 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Total ...,.......,.................................. 335 53 74 7 0 6 25 263 91 'Denotes letter winners. IP so BB HB Bam Pct. Ken Schreiber ....... ...... 3 8 58 13 0 0 .666 Ron Burns ....,..,. 72,5 6 8 0 0 .000 Bill Steinborn ....... ...... 4 3 2 1 0 .000 Ron Flotow ........ ..... 4 911, 67 12 3 1 .666 Total ........ ....., 9 9 134 35 4 1 BA .238 214 263 312 111 166 333 268 238 125 153 111 111 146 O00 .000 221 1. 1 FA .840 .937 .844 .852 966 000 000 1. .770 666 983 .000 .666 750 000 1. .000 .000 876 Mishawaka hits a home run against the Devils. Ron Flotow swings and misses. 137 1953 TRACK Led by Braelon Donaldson and George Gondek, Coach Elmer Millbranth's 1953 track squad compiled a record of five victories and four defeats in dual meets. The Red Devil cindermen posted wins over Westville, Chesterton, Gary Horace Mann, Benton Harbor, and East Chicago Roosevelt. The city squad dropped tilts to Adams, Riley and Washington of South Bend, and to always-powerful Valparaiso. The Devils finished third, behind LaPorte and Gary Lew Wallace, in their one triangular meet. The local team placed ninth in the Indoor Conference Meet at Notre Dame and finished seventh in a field of fifteen in the Goshen Relays. Braelon Donaldson was the highest individual scorer in the latter meet. He set a new pole vault record of 12' 1150. In the pre-conference meet at Mishawaka, the City squad placed seventh, with Don- aldson setting a,ne-w pole vault record for this meet also, going over the bar at 12' 3W". Donaldson's best effort came in the eighteen-team NIHSC meet at East Chi- cago, where he cleared the bar at 12' S". Donaldson was not the only member of the '53 track squad to perform some note- worthy feats. George Gondek placed second in the broad jump in the sectionals and went on to take sixth-place honors in the state meet at Indianapolis.. Gondek helped the Northern Indiana Conference defeat the Central Conference in the Kokomo Re- lays by placing in three events and scoring seven points. Donaldson edged out Gondek for high point honors, 13715 to 132M. Other high scorers included Dick Strakowski, Maynard Thompson, Ken Hoerr, Ned Westphal, Dick Blieden, and Len Soller. Braelon Donaldson was chosen captain of the '53 track team. Row 1: Dave McFeely fmanagerj, Richard Strakowski, Jim Thompson, George Gondek, Don Mohammed, Maynard Thompson, Ned Westphal, Ken Hoerr. Row 2: Eddie Rogers fmanagerb, Pat Merrell, Jim Nash, Dale Rehbein, Alex Penfold, Dale Schultz, Dick Blieden, Row 3: Ron Schwanke fmanagerb, Jim Johnston, Emil Garay, Howard Johnson, Ron Bowman, Harlan Hunt, Ray Gulliver. Row 4: John Henry fmanagerj, Niel Jasperson, Len Soller, Jim Werre, Tom Goch, Ron Searcy. Row 5: Mike Storen, Braelon Donaldson, Jack Wright, Mel Corley, George Schlegelmilch, Bob Kolodziej- ski Coach Elmer Millbranth y . ,.,- - 138 1 TRACK Ned Westphal and Maynard Thompson near the Dick Strakowski battles an opposing runner finish line in the meet with Gary Mann. down to the wire. 1953 TRACK SUMMARY 6 MICHIGAN CITY .,..... ....... 6 0-1X2 Westville .....,.......... 48-U2 MICHIGAN CITY .r...,, ....... 8 4-1X3 Chesterton I ,.......,A..... 24-2X3 South Bend Adams ..... ..,.,.. 5 8 MICHIGAN CITY ,......., 51 MICHIGAN CITY ,... ......, 7 4-113 Gary Horace Mann ....... 34-2X3 South Bend Riley .....1 ....... 6 7 MICHIGAN CITY .,,...... 42 MICHIGAN CITY ..,.,.......,........,...... 67 Benton Harbor .....,................,,....,..,.. 44 MICHIGAN CITY .C.....1,1..........,....... 73-1! 3 East Chicago Roosevelt ,....,..,e,......C.. 35-2! 3 LaPorte ..1....,.1..........,....,.. 45 Gary Lew Wallace ,......e,C 36 MICHIGAN CITY ,. ......... 34 South Bend Washington ....,.......,... 60-5X6 MICHIGAN CITY .............,.............. 48-1X6 Valparaiso .....,..................................,, 70-1,f2 MICHIGAN CITY ,.....l......,............., 38-1X2 Six cindermen clear the hurdles in the Michigan City-Gary Mann meet. 139 1953 GOLF Row 1: Richard Klemczak, Dick Korn, Jim Snyder, Milton Dabagia. Row 2: Coach Del Miller, George White, Dexter DeWitt, Jerry Ellis, Larry Allen. Row 3: Phil Faroh, Jim Sunderland, Stu Burris, Jerry Winski, Ed Lubs, Bill Polite. Coach Del Miller's 1953 golf team broke even in fourteen matches, winning seven and losing seven. The Red Devil linkmen went on to finish ninth in the sectionals. Dick Klemczak held number-one position on the golf squad for the second consecutive season. Jim Snyder played the number-two spot, Dick Korn was number-three many and the two Dabagia brothers, Lee and Milt, held the fourth and fifth positions, respectively. The Devils' seven wins included double victories over both Niles and South Bend Adams, single wins over Valparaiso and South Bend Riley, and a victory in a triangular match with Gary Lew Wallace and Valparaiso. The golf squad compiled a very respectable record and with luck proposed to do even better this year. WON-7 LOST-7 MICHIGAN CITY .................... ........ 1 22, Valparaiso .....,............... ..... 2 V2 LaPorte ..................,,.... ..,..... 1 1 MICHIGAN CITY 4 Mishawaka ..................... ........ 1 1 MICHIGAN CITY ....... ..... 4 MICHIGAN CITY ........ ........ 1 5 Niles ....,,.................. 0 South Bend Central ........ 1315 MICHIGAN CITY ....... ..... 1 14, MICHIGAN CITY ........ ........ 1 OM South Bend Adams 45 LaPo1'te ........................ ........ 1 4 MICHIGAN CITY ....... ..... 1 MICHIGAN CITY ..... ..... 9 South Bend Riley ....... ..... 6 MICHIGAN CITY ..... ..... 9 Niles ............................... ..... 6 Mishawaka .,.................. ,.... 9 MICHIGAN CITY ........ ..... 6 MICHIGAN CITY ............ ........ 9 South Bend Adams 6 South Bend Central ....... .......... ..................... 1 3 V, MICHIGAN CITY ................. ..... 1 M, South Bend Riley ........ ..................................... 8 MICHIGAN CITY ........................ ..... 7 MICHIGAN CITY ................ 215 Gary Lew Wallace .................. 19 Valparaiso ...... ....... 4 M Sectional: MICHIGAN CITY finished ninth with 347 points. 140 1953 TENNIS 5002 That is what every team shoots for at the beginning of the year, and when Coach Wegner's racket men put their rackets away, the scoreboard read exactly that. Our record, really nothing to squabble over, turned out to be four wins, four losses, and a tie for fourth place in the NIHSC with Fort Wayne North Side. Hustle, talent, and determination were ours, but we lacked a little in experience, as there was only one letterman left from last year, and that was Alan Kroening. First post was held by Steve Bard, Dave Gring and Bill Papineau had the second and third spots, respectively, and Dick Cook and Alan Kroening rounded the team out. Number one doubles were Steve Bard and Alan Kroeningg Dave Gring and Bill Papineau, number two. TENNIS SUMMARY WON-4 MICHIGAN CITY ...,.. LaPorte ...,...,........... Adams ,,l....,,................. MICHIGAN CITY Elkhart ,,................. MICHIGAN CITY Goshen .......,................ MICHIGAN CITY MICHIGAN CITY ...,. Riley ..........,............, MICHIGAN CITY .,... Central ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,r. MICHIGAN CITY ..... Mishawaka .,...,.... NOI'th Side ........... MICHIGAN CITY LO ST-4 Row 1: Bill Papineau, Alan Kroening, Steve Bard, Dave Gring, Pat Merrell, Dick Cook Row 21 Steve Wittenberg, Wayne Manthey, John Kemp, Norman LaDuke, Philip Kiep, Tom Ellis Coach Harold Wegner. Not in picture: Tom Allen, Earl Atkins, Tony Manson, Jerry Winski. W . 1 I 141 FOOTBALL Row 1: David Marks Cmanagerl, Larry Anderson, Dick Tomey, Dale Powers, Bob Serhal, Norman Teets, John Heise, Jim Thompson, Chuck Bohlin fmanagery, Clem Periolat imanagerj. Row 2: Paul Pittsford, Jim Werre, Herb Sperling, Jim Johnston, Alex Penfold, Ron Searcy, Joe Phillips, Tom Goch, Pat Gardner, Captain Bob Kolodziejski. Row 3: Len Soller, Ron Burns, George Walls, Jim Jarka, Stu Burris, Bill Karm, Roger Wolcott, Richard Wolcott, Jim Coughlin, Phil Faroh, MeLCorley, John Henry, Coach Wayne Plew. Row 4: John Wilson, Howard Johnson, Don Kaczmarek, Bob Da- bagia, Jim Pollard, Ray Gulliver, Ben Donaldson, Jim Przybylinski, John Rush, Harold Haynes, Coach Newt Meer, Coach Doug Adams. Row 5: Coach Bill Marston, Bob Johansen, Bob Miller, Bob Blair, Ron Bowman, Dallas Seedorf, Dave Greer, A1 Griffin, Niel Jasperson, Cliff Burns, Ken Dubie, Jerry Bitts. Not in picture - Chuck Hanke, George Schlegelmilch. WON-0 LOST-8 TIED-1 Gary Tolleston ....... MICHIGAN CITY 'Elkhart ..................... MICHIGAN CITY 'South Bend Adams ,.,. MICHIGAN CITY l'iSouth Bend Riley MICHIGAN CITY Blue Island ..............,...... ....... M ICHIGAN CITY 'South Bend Central ..... ....... M ICHIGAN CITY Hammond High ....,.,..,... ....,.. M ICHIGAN CITY "'LaPorte ,......................... MICHIGAN CITY 'Fort Wayne North Side MICHIGAN CITY 'Conference Games. FOOTBALL The record of our Red Devil gridders in 1953 - won none, lost eight, tied one - wasn't very impressive, but we must remember that figures do not tell the whole story, as may be proved next'season. At the beginning of the season, before a plague of injuries hung over the team, the Devils played a solid game, tying with Gary Tol- leston in a mud-slinging contest. Then Wham, bam, out of a clear blue sky our bad luck began with injuries galore. Practically all of our key players were injured at one stage of the game or an- other. Another thorn in our side was the inexperience of the players. They were all game and did their best, but they just lacked that needed experience that makes a team a winner. This thought leads us to see a bright star in the future for next year's team. Two reasons why this star shines even brighter are that ten lettermen are re- turning next year and some very valuable material -is coming up from the "B" team. Congratulations are in order for Mr. Bill Marston, the line coachg Mr. Newt Meer, the backiield coachg Mr. Doug Adams, the "B" team coachg and, of course, Mr. Wayne Plew, the head coach. Many trying and valuable hours are spent shaping up a team, and without these men it would be an almost hopeless cause. Bob Kolodziejski was elected captain of the team at the end of the season and also received his position, tackle, on the All-Conference second team. Clt,y's Joe Phillips is bi-ought dgwn by tyvo Phillips holds on to the ball in a pile-up in the Fort South Bend Riley gi-idders, Wayne North Side game. Tom Goch is on the ground. 143 SANDBURRS LaPorte's Gordon Gill is tackled by City's Alex Penfold as Jim Werre C481 Herb Sperling f49j, and Tom Goch 1463 rush to the scene The Sandburrs, under the direction of Doug Adams, endedtheir season with an even five-hundred record. These boys should be admired for their hard Work in learning the tough game of football. Their reward is the prospect of playing on next year s varsity team. WON-3 LOST-3 TIED 1 MICHIGAN CITY , .rrr ....,,,,l 1 3 Mishawaka .eeeee C MICHIGAN CITY e,e,e, l,lee,eer 1 3 Elkhart eer,.rr,...,..,.,.. MICHIGAN CITY rre,..... ...,,, . U13 LaPorte eeee...reeel.... . South Bend Riley eeee. ,. .eee...,e 20 MICHIGAN CITYC South Bend Central ..... .eee,..ee 3 4 MICHIGAN CITY South Bend Adams ..... e,ee.. 6 MICHIGAN CITY . Washington ........... MICHIGAN CITY ....... ......... 1 2 ' 144 CROSS COUNTRY Cross Country, a non-spectator sport, is now in its second year as a new activity in our athletic program. Over hill, over dale, and on down the dusty trail these boys run for two miles steadily, showing who- has the most endurance. The first man completing the course gets one point, second two, and on down the line until all are in. At the helm of the team was Coach Elmer Millbranth. Honors go to Richard Strakowski for being top scorer, with a 2.9 average per meet, and also for being captain of the squad. Harlan Hunt finished second in every match but one. Jim Lippens, Bruce Fisher, Jack Wright, and Bill Grantham completed the team. CROSS COUNTRY SUMMARY WON-5 LOST-6 'Fort Wayne North MICHIGAN CITY 'Mishawaka ......,.........., ..... M ICHIGAN CITY 'Goshen ..............,..,....,,,,... MICHIGAN CITY 'South Bend Central MICHIGAN CITY Chesterton .,,,..,..,...,...,.. ,.... M ICHIGAN CITY 'MICHIGAN CITY LaPorte ......................... 'South Bend Riley .r.... ,... M ICHIGAN CITY 'MICHIGAN CITY Elkhart .......l.........,...i..... 'MICHIGAN CITY South Bend Adams MICHIGAN CITY .... 18 New Carlisle .........,..,... MICHIGAN CITY ,,,,,.,,,,........,,......,..,,,.......,.r.,.. 26 Gary Lew Wallace MICHIGAN CITY 4th in conference meet at LaPorte 120 teamsl. MICHIGAN CITY 4th in sectional meet at Mishawaka. 119 teamsl. MICHIGAN CITY 6th in Hobart Invitational f21 teamsj. 'Conference meet. Row 1: John Pritz, Bob Jones, Joe Dabkowski, Bill Dietz, Fred Woodruff, George Kribs, Paul Michaels, Ronald Cotts. Row 2: Dale Schepel, Blake Waterhouse, Dwaine Scott, Dick Scrivnor, Dave Stralkowski, Neil Rehbein, Jim Nash, Bob Weisflog, Larry Robinett, Pat Gorman. Row 3: Dick Ka.- bacinski, Bob Grantham, Bill Wright, Maynard Thompson, Harlan Hunt, Dick Strakowski, Bruce Fischer, Jim Lippens, Jack Wright, Bob Weber, Coach Elmer Millbranth. fir 145 .5 PINK IMPS Row 1: David Stralkowski, Richard Wolcott, Neil Rehbein, Norman Teets, Richard Tomey, Harold Smith Cmanagerl. Row 2: Coach Doug Adams, Ray Gulliver, Larry Robinett, Ron Bowman, Pat Gorman, Coach Ick Osborne. Row 3: Roger Wolcott, John Kemp, Paul Michaels, John Pritz, Leonard Skibo. The 1953-54 Pink Imp basketball squad, coached by Doug Adams, almost equaled the varsity IGHIIIYS fine record by winning nfteen out of nineteen games. The Imps defeated Hammond Clark and Gary Wallace to win the championship in the Michigan City "B" team tourney. Their only losses were suffered at the hands of LaPorte and three South Bend schools - Central, Adams, and Washington. Many of the 1953-54 Pink Imps will be on the varsity squad next year. Because the Imps com- piled such an outstanding record this season, prospects are bright for another fine basketball team next winter. PINK IMPS' BASKETBALL SUMMARY WON-15 LOST-4 MICHIGAN CITY .................... ....... 4 4 Valpo ..................,................. MICHIGAN CITY ....... .,..,.. 3 7 Hammond Tech ...... MICHIGAN CITY .... ....... 4 9 Culver ........................ MICHIGAN CITY ....... 36 Gary Emerson ...........,..... Central ......,......,,...... ....... 4 6 MICHIGAN CITY ,........... MICHIGAN CITY .... ....... 3 9 Washington East Chicago Adams .................,........ ....... 3 9 MICHIGAN CITY .......,.... MICHIGAN CITY ....... 36 Roosevelt East Chicago MICHIGAN CITY ....... 35 Goshen ............................ . .. MICHIGAN CITY .... ....... 4 2 Elkhart .............,.............. MICHIGAN CITY ....... 36 Hammond Clark MICHIGAN CITY .... ....... 3 6 Lew Wallace ,,........ MICHIGAN CITY .... ....... 3 3 Mishawaka .....,............. LaP0rte ......,................. ....... 3 9 MICHIGAN CITY ...... MICHIGAN CITY .......... ....... 4 1 St, Mai-y's ...........,..... MICHIGAN CITY ............. ....... 5 0 Ft, Wayne ................. South Bend Washington ....... 39 MICHIGAN CITY ...... MICHIGAN CITY ...........,. ....... 4 9 South Bend Riley ..... MICHIGAN CITY .......... 43 Lew Wallace 146 BASKETBALL With one of the best-balanced teams in the state of Indiana, the Red Devil cagers roared to twenty-two victories in twenty-five starts for the best record compiled by a City five since 1935. Under the expert leadership of Coach Ick Osborne, the Devils racked up thirteen consecutive vic- tories before suffering their first defeat and finished in a tie for second place in the eastern division of the Northern Indiana Conference. The Red Devils could truly be called a team without a star. Coach Osborne used six players alter- nately, and all of them could be depended upon to score ten points or more in almost every game. Six foot-two inch Harlan Hunt was City's regular starting center, and Dave Greer, who is also 6'2", alternated between the center and forward positions. Other forwards were Herb Sperling, the Devils' number two scorer, and Dick Cook. At the guard positions were Bill Wright, City's leading scorer, and Blake Waterhouse, an outstanding defensive player. The Red and White began the '53-'54 cage season with four easy victories before being pressed by Gary Emerson in a 73-71 win. The so-called "experts" predicted the Devils' victory skein would end there, but City surprised everyone with victories over South Bend Central's defending state champions, highly-rated East Chicago Washington and South Bend Adams. Washington and Whiting again fell before the City machine, as the Devils copped first-place honors in their own holiday tourney. The new year was ushered in with three more City victories, including a win over a. powerful Elkhart squad. The Associated Press rated the Red Devils as the State's number two basketball team at this time. Like all good things, however, City's victory string had to come to an end. Mishawaka inflicted the first defeat on the Devils, 59-57, in an overtime game. After topping two old rivals, LaPorte and St. Mary's, City dropped its second game of the season to Fort Wayne North Side. The Devils ended their regular season with three more victories and entered the state tourney as the number six team in Indiana, possessing a record of eighteen wins and two defeats. In the Sectional City breezed to three easy victories over Hanna, Westville, and Union Mills, to win its third consecutive sectional crown. City entered the Hammond regionals without the serv- ices of Dick Cook, who was a victim of the mumps. In their first regional test, the Devils edged a tough little Hebron squad, 58-56. City had high hopes of winning its first regional title in nine- teen years, but Hammond High, led by Gib Blackmun, ended the Devils' dreams by whipping the Red and White, 67-49. City led throughout most of the first three quarters, but in the final chapter, Blackmun began hitting from all over the floor and compiled a total of twenty-nine points. After the end of the season the City cagers were honored by the Red Derbies and the Bench- warmers' Club with a "Salute to the Red Devils" held in the auditorium. All of Michigan City was proud of the fine showing made by the 1953-54 Red Devils. Three of the six regulars on this year's squad 'will be back next season, and prospects look good for another great City team. Harlan Hunt holds on to the ball in the East Dick Cook battles for a rebound in the Chicago Washington game. game with St. Mary's. 147 BASKETBALL Herb Sperling becomes "Mr. Basketball" as Dick Larry Robinett battles for a rebound in the Cook drives in with the ball against South Bend Sectional opener with Hanna. Washington. INDIVIDUAL SCORING GAMES FIELD TOTAL PLAYER PLAYED GOALS MADE MISSED FOULS POINTS Bill Wright .. ..... 126 330 Herb Sperling ..... 104 268 Dave Greer ......,.,,. ,.,, 8 6 222 Dick Cook ........,...... ,,,, 7 0 211 Blake Waterhouse 70 192 Harlan Hunt ...... 60 177 Mel Corley ........... .... 1 5 42 Jack Wright .i...... 11 30 Larry Robinett I 8 26 Jim Johnston ,.... 10 25 Jim Jarka ....,..... 5 12 Neil Rehbein ..... 2 7 Ron Searcy ...., 0 4 TOTALS- MICHIGAN CITY .... 567 1550 Opponents ................. 402 1176 Herb Sperling dribbles in the Devils' game with Elkhart. Jim Jarka tries to grab the ball in the BASKETBALL Harlan Hunt 4121 Shoots in the Sectional Blake Waterhouse 1401 grabs ai rebound in the nnal against Union Mins' Devils' Regional loss to Hammond. Bill Wrigllt 4225 SCo1'es against Whiting in the Dave Greer 1333 gets the rebound in the gunie iinul game of the holiday tourney. with Fort Wayne North Side. 149 VARSITY BASKETB LL Harlan Hunt Bin Wright Coach Ick Osborne Dick Cook Mel Corley Jack Wright 1953-54 BASKETBALL SUMMARY Won-22 Lost-3 MICHIGAN CITY ......,,.. 71 Valparaiso ......... ... MICHIGAN CITY ..,,,..,.. 77 Hammond Tech ...... ......... 4 8 MICHIGAN CITY .,,,v,,... 60 Whiting .,,, ,,......,.,.. .,,,,.. 3 8 MICHIGAN CITY ....,..,.. T3 Culver ....,.......,....,. ....... 3 1 MICHIGAN CITY ...,,,... 73 Gary Emerson ,,,,......,.. .... 7 1 MICHIGAN CITY .......... 61 South Bend Central .,,.., 47 MICHIGAN CITY ..,.,..... 58 E. Chicago Washington MICHIGAN CITY ,,,,,.,... 62 South Bend Adams Y..,,.., 55 MICHIGAN CITY., .,,,,,. 47 E. Chicago Washington MICHIGAN CITY. ..... ..63 Whiting .......,.................... 42 MICHIGAN CITY ,,,,.,..,. 52 E. Chicago Roosevelt ,... 45 MICHIGAN CITY ....,..... 63 Goshen ..................,........... 41 150 VARSITY BASKETB LL Dave Greer Ron Searcy Captain Blake VVatei'house Herb Spelling Jim -mhnsum Jim Jiirka MICHIGAN Mishawnka MICHIGA N MICHIGAN Ft, Wayne MICHIGAN MICHIGAN MICHIGAN MICHIGAN MICHIGAN MICHIGAN MICHIGAN Hammond r CITY 67 Elkhart .. oil MICHIGAN CITY CITY H69 l,aPorte ,. ., CITY 67 St. Mary's .. .. No. Side U46 MICHIGAN CITY CITY 49 So. Bend Washington CITY ,65 South Bend Riley , CITY H48 Gary Lew Wallace , Sectional CITY H70 Hanna CITY .77 Westville , CITY , 71 Union Mills .. .. Regional CITY . ...58 Hebron , , 67 MICHIGAN CITY 151 Gettin' set. SPORTS Gone. Gettin' ready Sectional Champs. "Oh Say Can You See?" 152 I object. Holiday Tourney Champs Now 1et's do this play right. Oh, this is a rough game. Mvfkigifiaf 154 25 X 28 Z5 R if ii 3 X 53425 A ,. ,mx af I' X ,. .gm QF' im 33 ,XWX X -X L x W ..-..,...w V www - wXMX .. 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Michigan Street Bowling Good Food Best Wishes For your continued success Dobeski Shoe Store Michigan City's Leading Shoe Store 909 Franklin Street Michigan City, Indiana Compnmemsof- Calvert Stuclio Kilnowitz 81 Brown Electric Company, Inc. 42' Ff"""'i'1S"ee' 1402 - 1404 Franklin Street Telephone 33722 - Photography since 1889 Congratulations GRADUATES ON YOUR PRESENT SUCCESS ll - fu WW wi . N V I , NOW MAKE YOUR FUTURE A SUCCESS WITH V C. A. DUNHAM CC. 506 E. 2ncl STREET MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA 162 ,W-402 yew ff'-"Of ff?-M14 Compliments of - . j , fi, :4fM'fV'fVq"' HUMMER MORTUARY AMBULANCE SERVICE Pl1one 6-6229 716 Washington Street Compliments of - Congratulations to the CLASS OF "54" WASTE MATERIAL K CORPORATION GRILLE East End of Union Street Industrial Sfrudu Scrap Steel 163 Compliments of - BOYD E. PHELPS, INC. ARCHITECTS - ENGINEERS 'IOOO WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 6-6238 Newspapers and Magazines MAC'S C. E. Meyer P 0'I S 'ce Newspaper Agency We ' em 108 East nth Street POPLAR AND MICHIGAN STREETS - Invites Your Potronage- Michigan City, Indiana Phone 2-3202 164 CONGRATULATIONS AND Congratulations to the BEST WISHES FOR Class of "54" FUTURE SUCCESS Remember Sears for . . . 0 Home Furnishings o Modernization 8. Repairs 0 Automotive 603 W. 'IOth Street 0 Family Wearables 0 Appliances T407 E. Michigan PHONE 4-4291. 8th 8. Franklin .Streets 'Sdaspwaaayaauuzfd ozgoanrnoaeglael Park ancl Shop Orchids to - The Class of u54" Marvin Kominiarek 165 Compliments to the CLASS OF 1954 I, Sl? CLOTHING stone Michigan City's Largest is - 4' Store for Men Connex aah and FRANKLIN MICHIGAN ciuih? mourn Nash Sales 84 Service 127-129 West 4th St. Dial 3-3800 Nash Airflyte Ambassador - Statesman - Rambler R. D. AUSTIN MOTOR SALES, Inc. Congratulations - CLASS OF "54" FIRESTONE STORES 607 Franklin Street Phone 9-9332 Lou's Beautie Barr All Types Permanent Waving Phone 4-4896 721 E. 10th Street MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Compliments of - Herb 81 Mike's BARBER SHOP 9'lI Franklin Street With Best Wishes to the Class of "54" Mann's Home Store CHOICE FRUIT - VEGETABLES 8- FANCY GROCERIES II25 E. Michigan Street Congratulations - To Graduating Seniors! For the Undergrads - Loads of Fun in the Teen-age League and Open play Bowling At Student Rates PALACE RECREATION 722Vz Franklin Dial 9-9933 BEST WISHES T0 CLASS 0F '54 V DWYER PRODUCTS CDRP C I l I' I I'l'l Good Luck and Best Wishes ongm U G Ions o e CLASS OF "54" To the Class of "54" PETERS DAIRY WiIke's Drug Store 1015 E. Michigan Street Ilth and Franklin Streets Bill Wilke, Prop. Phone 2-3232 Compliments of - CASTLE OF BEAUTY Hays COYPOYGTTOII Your Beauty Our Duty Specializing In Beauty Care MICHIGAN CITY 201 Warren Bldg. Phone 3-3515 Congratulations ro me 1954 CLASS Graduates of other years are satisfied customers of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK or MICHIGAN cmr, INDIANA 80 YEARS "YOUR FRIENDLY BANK" Join these thousands and build your future with the help of Michigan City's Oldest Financial Institution A Federal Reserve Bank Member F. D. l. C. Wholesome Recreation Is Essential To Good Living C o m p I i m e n t s LAKEVIEW AMUSEMENT CO. s. I-iARoLo K. BARR Washington Park Michigan City Good l-UCl4 to " Compliments to- The Class of xi54" NADAF'S GROCERY 407 Franklin Street Phone 2-2353 The Class of "54" Sobecke Shell Service 1134 E. Michigan Street Goodyear Tires 81 Batteries Dial 9-9848 Compliments of - Compliments Of ' Enyeart Chevrolet Sales 61 Service GLASS 8' PAIN I Cu. Phone 7-7217 'lm AT 'ml 'HON' 54454 225 East Michigan Street 169 Dingler Brothers rms Mens HOME CURED BACON - HAM Home MADE sAusAoEs Clyde 8. Don's Gull Service Corner of U. S. 12 and Karwiclc Road EMERGENCY ROAD SERVICE 1907 Franklin si. Phone 7-7545 Dial 99898 Compliments of- Flowers LINN - Fresh from the Greenhouse - and HOME SUPPLY BAl.l.ARD'S Franklin Street FLORIST AND GREENHOUSE Phone 2-2545 132 S. Roeske Ave. Phone 7-7425 Compliments of - Smith's Shoes Corner of Tenth 8. Franklin Streets BEST WISHES JACK'S DINER 115 East 7th Street Phone 9-9846 Compliments of - KRUEGER SIGN CO. Outdoor Advertising Neon Signs 1212 Franklin Street Michigan City, Indiana Phone 3-3622 Compliments ol - Ritter's Fish Market 120 W. 5th Street Phone 7-7635 5 CONVENIENT IT'S 4 CASH AND CARRY DRY CLEANING srones FOR PLANT AND orrice UFINE DRY CLEANING o 514 E. MICHIGAN STREET . 4oa FRANKLIN srizeer AND . 109 w. slxrH smear o 110 E. ELEVENTH STREET 5 SHIRT l.AUNDERlNG" o 2400 FRANKLIN STREET -o Park ancl Shop Center PHONE 7-7248 After Graduation . . . the next big step is college or or marriage . . . or both . . . whatever you do eventually you'll have your own home ancl you'll be out to see us . . . we'll help in every step . . . planning . . . financing . . . building ancl . . . .F .R .E V for the finest Appliances S, at the best Terms . . . l-UMBER Co' Moclern Equipment West End of 10th Street Inc. at . . .FREY BROS 171 DIAL 3-326I DIAL or radio dispatched Checker and Yellow cabs Checker Cab Co. 24-Hour Courteous Service Compliments of - SPUDNUT SHOP 912 Franklin Street Congratulations To - THE CLASS OF "54" I Ernst's Leather Goods 406 Franklin Street Phone 2-3461 MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Congratulations to - The Class of It 54 " RCYAL METAL MFG. CO. 172 I I Refpre sh 56161 zest x Io the hour X Q I Xffnw X X aomso uuofa Aumomrv or me cocA-con comrmv uv COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., MICHIGAN CITY, IND., INC. For that "Smart Look" Choose your Clothes from the "Smith Smart Shop" DOOR WAY TO FASHION Lido Theatre Bldg 816 FrankIin St. Fast Service For Busy People! In by 10:30-Out by 5:00 DUNRITE CLEANERS 173 Our Compliments To THE CLASS OF "54 SCHOLL DAIRY COMPANY 1615 FRANKLIN STREET PHONE 9-9908 We wish the Class of "54" a Very Happy and Prosperous Future Albers Bakery 829 Franklin Street Phone 9-9200 LEARN ABOUT THE "Merle Norman Way " to a lovely complexion Courtesy Demonstration by Appointment 524 Franlilin Street Phone 2-3663 BLANCHE SEERING, Prop. Compliments of - KRAMER 81 SONS WHOLESALE GROCERS DISTRIBUTORS OF DEFIANCE FOODS BERG'S FLORAL 8. GIFT SHOP 906 Franklin Street Michigan City, Indiana Expert Designing-China-Ceramics Wedding and Funeral Flowers Crystal-Novelty Gifts Dial 2-2210 Compliments of - DOLEZAL BROS. THE FOOD CENTER 1153 E. MICHIGAN STREET PHONE 6-6787 Member of N. R. O. G. Central Grocers Coop., Inc. "The World's Largest Food Distributors." BestWishesto The Clagg of PSA," Clsen Studio Distinctive Portraits - Commercial - Candid - Photographs Complete Camera Department String and Band Instruments Headquarters Michigan City Accordion School 827 Franklin Street Phone 8-8400 Michigan City, Indiana Michigan City Small Animal Hospital DR. R. E. PLISKE S 2525 E. Michigan Street A Phone 2-4191 Vernier China Company Domestic - :Nipomo Pirie cHiNA AND oLAsswARE - 4 Miles West On U. S. 20 Michigan City, Indiana MICHIGAN CITY FURNITURE CO. 4l7-4l9 Franlclin St. PHONE 2-2496 Victor L. Nasser Seeing Spots ? IF SPOTS ARE ON YOUR CLOTHES LET US REMOVE THEM Phone 2-1100 ANDRUS Dry Cleaning - Tailoring 303 Franklin Street ROOT WclIIerstein's FUNERAL HOME . . Servlce Station 312E s hS . os' even' 'ree' 7th and FranklIn Streets MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA MiCl"i93n CNY, Indiana - Ambulance - H One-Stop Station c H Always at your SSFVICG Phone 6-6209 Rinehort's Grocery TelGviSi0n Compliments of - R C A Victor Philco 2702 Franklin Street Frigidaire Refrigerator Whirlpool Washers Wurlitzer Pianos 176 Congratulations to the CLASS DF "54" Pullman-Standard Car Mfg. Co Compliments of - Shoreline Food Center GROCERY 3: MARKET Stop 43:24 - Long Beach Phone 2-5245 ERlCSCN'S STANDARD SERVICE Second and Franklin Dial 9-9091 WIRING FIXTURES SUPPLIES NU-ENAMEL APPLIANCES REPAIRING MOTORS RADIOS EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Michigan City Electric Company H. H. HERBERT, Proprietor 326 Franklin Street Compliments of - Star Laundry and Cleaning 109 E. Michigan Street MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Phone 7-7818 Compliments of Clara's Hat Shop 902 FRANKLIN STREET PHONE 4-4425 The House of Flowers TELEGRAPH DELIVERY SERVICE uFlowers Telegraphed Anywhere" Dial 2-4688 731 Washington Street 4' szwmc cmci.s Sewmg Machlnes Filter Queen Eureka -Vacuum Sweepers and Supplies ROCK GULl.lVER'S Sweep 6 Sew Center 1401 Franklin Street Phone 3-3447 Michigan City, Indiana M , ,- .Is fx . f I :Hoover Compliments of - HAROLD'S DINER 116 East 8th Street Owned and Operated by JACK LUCHTMAN CONTRACTORS PLUMBING HEATING Simpson 81 Adamson, Inc. 904 Franklin Street MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Phone 2-2383 BEEBE'S SPORTING GOODS 9I3 Fronklin Street PHONE 3-3975 Congratulations to the Class of "54" Home of your favorite "Polly-Debs" RowIey's Shoe Store 803 Franklin Street Compliments of - Michigan City Paper Box Company Compliments of - Congratulations, MCiO'l' Feed 8 Seed CO. Baby Chicks - Maiot's Maiic Feeds CLASS OF 1954! H Seeds - Fertilizers - Plants from Phone 2-1566 Ninth Street at Pine MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA BODINE STUDIOS, INC. Portraits by Photography Cameras and Photo Supplies 81 STANDARD SERVICE 412 Franklin St. Phone 2-3922 - Management of Dick Kessler - Soufhwood 8' Franklin Just Good Service Phone 9-9030 Best Wishes to- The Class of u54" Burnham Glove Co. 1602 Tennessee Street Phone 5-5205 180 Glsen ,pq Fra: 5,3212-E2 - 1 2 Q Z B E g w - ' 562. ,-r . Qui' - DIAMONDS JEWELRY 6th and Franklin Streets WATCHES Compliments of - Delco Q' . X l - S SR QQ Cx .V Eifkeifaw Plumbing and Heating - l4lO Franklin Street Michigan City, Indiana Phone 8-8944 181 is v WHEN YOUR PHONE RINGS DON'T SAY "HELLO" SAY "HIRSCH'S" YOU MAY BE LUCKY! . Q om s To Seniors 1954 Congratulations - Your Lincoln Mercury Dealer Henry Motor Co. 1411 Franklin Street Mattie McComb eizeeririe CARDS UI-RICH TOYS - BOOKS Paint 8. Glass, Inc. 206-08 Franklin si. mai 6-was STATIONERY 620 Franklin Phone 8-8866 MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Your "Dutch Boy" Dealer Compliments of - Wm. Stellema Sons Dealers In Fancy Fruits and Vegetables 1703 Franklin Street FREE DELIVERY PHONE 2-2243 182 Compliments of - Sprague Devices, Inc. McKee Refrigeration Sales Gm Service Domestic - Commercial Air Conditioning 602 Jackson Street Phone Robt. C. Ludwig FISH COMPANY Producers and Dealers in FRESH AND SMOKED FISH 7-7844 Second Street Bridge MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Compliments of - Haviland - Callan, Inc. - MOVERS - 1000 W. Tenth Street 3-327 4 CUSH Gu. LAMBKA Young Men's and Men's Furnishings and Shoes 807 Franklin Street Compliments of - THE SUGAR BOWL Congratulations to the Class of 1954 from the Y. M. C. A. l20 W. SEVENTH STREET 1407 Franklin Street 1fMeetYour Friends Where Friends Meet" Congratulations to The Graduating Class of 1954 S. S. Kresge Company 617-619 Franklin Street Phone 3-3465 705 Franklin Street Phone 2-5393 Good Furniture and Dependable Service GET IT AT The Wm. Miller Market ' Best of Everything in the Meat Line Co. Phone 2-5506 Home Furnlshlngs T001 Franklin Street 809 Franklin Street 40 years in Michigan City 184- ,LANY-1 YMNY-Y wr: FIRST nv um BER MICHIGAN CITY LUMBER AND COAL COMPANY Best of Luck I6 ana' Buildfhq ,A Materials 3 n ZX Michigan City Lumber and Coal Company Tel. 2-5525 131 Washington Street To The Class of 1954 Slisher's Gulf Service Station Printers of the ELSTONIAN and other fine publications 'l'lll-STA1'Elifl'tO Printing Company 9 315 Franklin Street - Michigan City,lndiunu - Telephone 185 3-3416 Russell Kramer RUSSELL H KRAMER Qin Spaulding Shu, mc-on cw- L-at--. Compliments of - Allen's Garden Shop Everything for the Garden mum' ww On Karwiclc Road in Long Beach Phone 8-8215 STUDEBAKER ASK FOR lil? fezzfz 1:1'1:i1' , The New American Car That is Setting The Style For E iizi A The World bv LESTER l.. JONES AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE 'I247 E. Michigan St. Phone 2-2642 , , Hoosier Factories, Inc. Blair's Royal Blue Store 'ivouiz FRIENDLY GRocER" 1401 East Michigan Street uBest Quality of Meats" our Standard Phone 5-5284 Lutz 81 Foreman PLUMBING - HEATING Oil and Gas Burners Serviced and Installed - Electric Sewer Machine Service - 503 W. loth St. Phqne 2-3737 Michigan City, Indiana Log Cabin Shop CONFECTIONERY l'l5l E. Michigan Street Compliments of - M. C. Dry Goods 823 Franklin Street Phone 8-8313 Tom 8. Mike Lernihan IQ' CONSTRUCTION INC 5CI"lLU'YlCL ETL GENERAL CONTRACTORS: East Mlchlgan Sires! at Warnke Road MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Phone 3-3213 Q 187 Congratulations to the Class ot 1954 M 81 M DRIVE-IN "Open all year around for your Convenience" - Ample Parking Space - 1608 E. Michigan Street Phone 4-4565 Prop.: MORRIE KoziN Kienitz Royal Blue FOOD MART Groceries, Meats Ice Cream and Sundries 2701 Franklin St. Phone 7-7331 lillucms ' g C-Egllllllll-Q 1802 Franklin Street Dial 2-1866 Phone 2-3485 Res. 2-3603 Marquiss Electric GENERAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING for HOMES - BUSINESS - COMMERCIAL SERVICE WORK 503 W. 10th Street Michigan City, Indiana Compliments of - ARNOLD A. MAYER "Michigan City's Exclusive Children's Shop" 915 Franklin Street Al Larson Buick, lnc. 124 East Michigan Street Phone 6-6236 Michigan City, lndiana Complete Service Department and Bocly Shop We service all makes ot cars Dwight H. Doss Dfbfa Great Lakes Duck Farms Home of Royal White Pekin Duckling U. S. Highway 20, 5 Miles East Tel. 6-6622 Michigan City Becks Jewelry Co. GIFTS For All Occasions Carpet- Asphalt Tile - Linoleum -- Shades Plastic Wall Tile Draperies - Congo Wall Venetian Blinds - Wall Tile Metal Mouldings Lindquist Carpet 8. Linoleum Co. Contractors Since 1929 Phone 2-1190 304 Franklin Street Michigan City, Indiana Compliments of - Cipares Insurance Agency 111 West Ninth Street an d 423 Warren Building Congratulations to the Brake Service and CLASS OF '54 Tune-up .lOl1l1 H. SChlUl'ld'l' INSURANCE AGENT State Farm Insurance Companies 2214 South Franklin FIRE - LIFE - AUTO Phone 2-1725 510 E. 9th St. Michigan City, Ind - Nation-wide Service - LUCHTMAN GIFTS HAIR STYLING 1004 E. Michigan Street Analysis Michigan city, Indiana Phone 9-9300 Patrick's Beauty Salon Commercial and Publication Printers and Lithograplwers 208 SPRING STREET I EPHONE 5-5288 MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Boomis .MQW Congratulations to the CLASS OF "54" NORTHERN INDIANA STEEL SUPPLY CO., INC. Compliments of - Compliments of - Yalowifz F. W. Woolworth Co. Fruit company' Inc' 7th and Franklin Streets Michigan City, Indiana 110 Washington St. Michigan City, Indiana PHONE 2-4500 The Town Shop Millinery 8. Ready-to-Wear 813 Franklin Street Phone 2-1941 B 191 E51 Wlgi-155 tlu E i,.2 ,,.., 'X ON I V , new ln., xx' A xl E - 4, Q . A Q 11.1 BODY CO F I 0 c'0nv 50" --.. .555 Wm- , .. - c-.-fiwx ' 403 W. Michigan Street MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Phone 2-1215 Rhoda 81 Westphal TEXACO PRODUCTS 1402 E. Michigan Street Michigan City, Indiana FRED STERN "Stern Value" MEN'S 81 YOUNG MEN'S WEAR 609 - Franklin - 609 Compliments of - Eighth Street Cafe T12 W. Eighth Street HA Good Place to Eat" Congratulations to - The Class of u54" BOOK FAIR, Inc 503 Franklin Street Phone 2-4395 Michigan City, Incliana 9 9 Com pl i ments MICHIGAN CITY Wish the Class of "54" Every Success of Michigan City's Finest Fashion Store Everything for the College and Career Girl 0HMING'S 522 Franklin Street TRANSIT, INC. Office Equipment Co. BOOKS - STATIONERY - GIFTS PARTY GOODS - GAMES OFFICE SUPPLIES 8. EQUIPMENT TYPEWRITERS - CHECK PROTECTORS ADDING MACHINES 725 Franklin Street Phone 7-7297 and - "We Will Deliver" Congratulations, Members of the Class of 1954, and May the Road Ahead be Marked by an Abundance of Success and Happiness for Each of You. W. A. POLITE Paint 8. Wallpaper Co. Smith-Alsop Paints Imperial Washable Wallpaper Toys - Year Around Display Phone 6-6474 605 FRANKLIN Next To A Man's Self He Likes EASTPORT'S SHIRTS BEST EASTPORT LAUNDRY Dry Cleaning All Phones 3-3205 BEST WISHES . . . to each and every one of the graduating class of '54 And . . . to the teachers we say "A iob well done" LONG BEACH COMPANY Original Developers of LONG BEACH BEAUTIFUL Congratulations Class ol ll54" John Gm Am's Barber Shop IOIO Franklin Street Compliments ol - The Cone with The Curl on Top DAIRY QUEEN lO27 E. Michigan 2506 Franklin Michigan City, Indiana Congratulations to The Class of "54" We, too, are Proud of your Achievements and Wish you Every Success and Happiness - Your Favorite Movie Theatre - T I V 0 L I Ray Anderson, Manager Congratulations L. Mlssal Good Luck Decorating Co. class of 1Q54 We Specialize in 9 Quality wQ..pc.pe, 8. Points Phone 55566 825 F""""l" S" willard Compliments lf"""b"'9ef Sho? A. M. REINKE, Inc. Grill and Fountain Service Closed Wednesdays - Open Evenings PLUMBING 8. HEATING 'til 11 p. m. Orders to Go 405 Willard Phone 9-9986 408 E' wth Street 194 Compliments of - Downs l.G. A. Grocery G. L. DOWNS, PROPRIETOR 'I905 Franklin Street MICHIGAN cirv, INDIANA Phone 2-2424 PAULINE STEARNS' WARKENTINE SHOP Spaulding Hotel Phone 4-4900 Stanley and Peck Sell the Best Clothes J. L. FREELAND MOTOR COMPANY 6th and Michigan Sts. Dial 4-4239 MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA G. M. C. Trucks Oldsmobile Compliments of Indiana Salvage Co. A division of Northern Indiana Steel Supply Company Michigan City, Indiana Phone 2-5589 Congratulations to - CLASS OF "54" Congratulations to - The Burneff The Class of 1954 lO7 W. SEVENTH STREET FOSTER Compliments of - Hutton's SERVICE Standard Service 2101 FRANKLIN STREET Atlas Tires - Batteries - Accessories 11th 81 Michigan Streets Phone 9-9932 Compliments of - BEST JEWELERS C0n9"UiUlUll0"'5 10- Watches 0 Diamonds O Silverware CLASS or '54 724 Franklin Street Telephone 2-3838 LUMBER MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA AND SUPPLY Luchtman's Appliances 914 Franklin Street 320 E. second Phone 7-7283 THOR wa5l'e'5' """e'S COLEMAN Oil Burners CROWN Gas Range KELVINATOR Refrigerators 196 Congratulations t Compliments of - LENlCK'S DAIRY The Class of u54" 423 East 6th Street Michigan City, Indiana Phone 2-3577 lll no answer call 3-33l9l Cenf'-al Drug S1-ore 327 Franklin Phone 3-3321 Compliments ol - U-DRIVE-IT Car 6m Truck Rental Sheridan Beach Michigan City, Indiana Phone 3-3249 General Contractors Lumber-Millwork Building Material General Electric Appliances General Electric Gunnison Homes Heating and Air Conditioning XlSee Us Before You Build" Tonn 61. Blank, lnc. 104 North Franklin St. Michigan City, Ind. Phone 6-6261 197 Now - Better than ever 0 BETTER SPORTS 0 BETTER NEWS COVERAGE 0 BETTER SERVICE Congratulations Class of 54 Nills DISPATCH A COMMUNITY BUILDER Compliments to the CLASS OF 1954 Y QXXXXQB 710 Franklin St. Phone 5-5133 Whitey's Record Shop 316 Franklin Street Complete Line of All Records in All Speeds ICE FOR BETTER FOODS ALL THE FLAVOR - ALL THE FOOD VALUES FOR PARTIES - CUBES AND CRACKED ICE IN SANITARY INSULATED BAGS Q W Q QUALITY COAL AT FAIR PRICES t Q i L A K E C I T Y u-looslsm ICE 8: COAL CO. Michigan at 8th WESTPHAL'S PHARMACY T325 'E. MICHIGAN STREET Dial 7-7733 Compliments to - The Class ol u54" George's Barber Shop 410 Franklin Street ln Appreciation The Members of the Elstonicln Stall, the sponsor, and the Class ol 1954 wish to thanlc the adver- tisers, patrons, and subscribers who made possible the publication of this Year Boolc. f, W 66th ANNIVERSARY Celebration 0 Building with Michigan City Families Since T888 CITIZENS BANK O Michigan City's Largest and Friendliest Bank Q Fifth and Franklin Streets Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation K A ee- J PACK-A-SNACK A DRIVE IN FOR PEOPLE WHO LOVE TO EAT HAVE-A-SNACK at PACK-A-SNACK 50,0 lab C Q , 59 S-ff 7 '57 X5 1 S ' Cfgglf C3235 7 0 6152045 'fm J' Q5 ' o NI' 45 -Q Qxkgxgvg Hd, .Slqfv .C V210 ND Q: cy 6 50 n ? d Woof 'e O ,Of O C60 , Q8 Q Of. - ' bf-J -512 obs 024 G , ? 2 BETTER FOOD SERVED BETTER BY THE LAZARUS FAMILY JOE SID ALLAN JUDY DICK JANICE IS TOO SMALL YET Phone 8-8363 One Block East of Franklin on U. S. 20 200 I DEX OF ADVERTI Albers Bakery-174 Allen's Garden Shop-186 Ames Drug Store-160 Andrus Dry Cleaning, Inc.-175 Al'nle's Griddle-159 R. D. Austin Motor Sales-166 Ballard's Florlst-170 Becks Jewelry Company-189 Beebe's Sporting Goods-179 Berg's Floral and Glft Shop-174 Best Jewelers-196 Blackmond's Jewelers---161 Blalr's Royal Blue Store-186 Blocksom B Company-159 Bodine Printing Company-190 Bodine Studios, Inc.-180 Book Fair, Inc.v192 Buchanan's Coast to Coast Cleaners 8: Laundry, Inc.-171 Burnett Shop--l96 Burnham Glove Company!-180 Calvert Studio!-162 Central Drug Store!197 Checker Cab Company-172 Clpares In-surance Agency-189 Cltlzens Baukd109 Clara's Hat Shop-178 Clyde and Don's Gulf Servlcee-170 Coca-Cola Bottling CompanyA173 Congdon's Sport Shop-161 Cush and Lambka4183 Dalry Queen-193 Delaney Furniture Company-198 Delco Plumbing and Heating-181 Dlngler Brothers-170 Dobeskl Shoe Store-161 Dolezal's Food Cen-ter-174 Down's I. G. A. Grocery--195 C. A. Dunham Company-162 Dunrlte Cleaners-173 Dwyer Products Corp.-167 Eastport Laundry-Dry Cleaning-193 Eighth Street Cafe-192 Enyeart Chevrolet, Inc.-169 Erlcson's Standard Service--178 Ernst's Leather Goods Store-172 Fawley-Abbott Company--184 Firestone Stores-l66 First National Bank-168 Foster Prlntlng Company--196 J. L. Freeland Motor Company-195 Frey Bros. Lumber Company-171 Gene's Restaurant-160 George's Barber Shop--199 Great Lakes Duck Farms-189 Grleger's Clothing Store-166 Rock Gulllver's Sweep and Sew Center-179 Harold's Diner--179 Havlland-Callan, Inc.-183 Hays Corporation-168 Henry Lumber Company-161 Henry Motor Company-182 Herb and Mlke's Barber Shop-166 Ted Hill-Wright Electric, Inc.-157 Hlrsch's Dept. Store-182 Hoosier Factories, Inc.-186 House of Flowers-178 Hummer Mortuary-163 Hutton's Standard Service,-196 Indiana Salvage Company--195 Jack's Diner-170 John and Am's Barber Shop-193 Lester L, Jones Motor Sales-186 Doctors Kaplan and LaFountain, O.D.-160 Karagan's Grille-163 Klenitz Royal Blue Food Mart-188 Kllnowitz and Brown Electric Co., Inc.-162 Kominiarek Insurance-165 Korn's TV and Appliances-176 Russell I-I. Kramer, Inc.-186 Kramer dz Sons, Inc.-174 S. S. Kresge Company-184 Krueger Sign Company-170 Ladies Shop-166 Lake City Ice 5 Coal Company-198 Lakeview Amusement Company-169 Al Larson Buick, Inc.--189 Len1lck's Dairy-197 Leverenz Insurance Agency-160 Lindquist Carpet dz Linoleum Company-189 Linn Hardware 8: Home Supply-170 Log Cabin Shop-156 Lombard's Cities Service-190 Long Beach Company-193 Lou's Beautie Barr-166 Luchtman Home Appliances-196 Luchtman Gifts-190 Ludwig Flsh Company-183 Lutz dz Foreman Plumbing and Heating Company-186 Mac's Pure Oll Service-164 Majot Feed and Seed Company-180 Mann's Home Store-166 Marqulss Electric-188 Maryhel's Castle of Beauty-168 Arnold A. Mayer Chlldren's Shop-188 Mattie McComb-182 M. C. Dry Goods-186 McKee Refrigeration Sales k Service-183 Meyer Glass and Paint Company-169 C. E. Meyer News Agency-164 Mlchlana Beauty Shop-159 Michigan City Electric Company-178 Michigan City Furniture Company-175 Michigan City Lumber 6 Coal E Company-185 Michigan City Paper Box Company-179 Michigan City Recreation-161 Michigan City Small Animal Hospital --175 Miller Meat Market-184 Missal Decorating Company-194 M dz M Drive-In-188 Nadaf's Grocery-169 News-Dispatch-198 Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio-174 Northern Indiana Steel Supply Co., Inc.-191 F F 201' ERS Northwestern Transit, Inc.-192 Oiflce Equipment Company-193 Ohming' s-192 Olsen and Ebann Jewelry Company-181 Olsen Studio--175 Pack-A-Snack Drlve-In-+200 Palace Recreation-166 Parry's Bakeries-165 Patrick's Beauty Salon-190 J. C. Penney Company, Inc.-194 Peters Dairy-168 Boyd E. Phelps, Inc.-164 Pioneer Lumber and Supply Co.-196 Polite Paint and Wallpaper Co.-193 Proll 8: Son, Inc.-158 Pullman-Standard Car Mtg. Co.-177 Quallty Bakery-161 Rainbow Cleaners-188 Rannie Body Company--191 A. M. Rein-ke, Inc.--194 Rhoda and Westphal Texaco Station-19 Rlnehart's Grocery-176 Rltter's Fish Market-170 Root Funeral Home-176 Rowley's Shoe Store-179 Royal Metal Mtg. Co.-172 Scholl Dairy Company-173 Schumaker Construction, Inc.-187 Sears, Roebuck dz Company-165 Shoreline Food Center-178 Simpson A Adamson, Inc.-179 Sllsher's Gulf Service Station--185 Smith Motor Company-160 Smith Shoes-S170 Q Smith Smart Shop-173 Sobecke Shell Service Station-169 Sprague Devices, Inc.-182 Spudnut Shop-172 Stalger Hardware, Inc.-160 Stanley and Peck-195 Star Laundry and Cleaning-178 State Farm Insurance Company-190 Wm. Stellema Sons-182 Fred Stern-192 Sugar Bowl-183 Tlvoll Theatre-194 Tonn A Blank, Inc.-197 Town Shop-191 Trl-State Litho Prlntlng Company--185 U-Drlve-It Rental Service-197 Ulrich Paint k Glass, Inc.--182 Verne t Bob's Standard Service-180 Vernier China Company--175 Wallersteln's Service Station-176 Pauline Steams' Warkentlne Shop-195 Waste Material Corp.-163 Westphal's Pharmacy-199 Whltey's Record Shop-198 Wllke's Drug Store-168 Willard Hamburger Shop-194 F. W. Woolworth Company-191 Yalowltz Frult Company-191 Young Men's Chrlstlan Ass'n.-183 2 Abraham, Jeanne-95, 121 Abraham, Joanne-72 Abraham, Joseph-121 Abron, Minnie-72, 108, 109 Adams, Janice-72 Agnew, James-28, 94, 102, 104, 105 Albertson, Betty--58 Alix, Earl-82 Allen, Larry-28, 140 Allen, Thomas-53, 58, 107, 141 Anderson, Anthony-82 Anderson, Edward-82 Anderson, Jim-82 Anderson, Larry-58, 113, 142 Angeledes, Ronald-58 STUDE I DEX Booth, Nancy-29 Bortel, James-58 , 49, 88, 89, 91, 94, 119 , 103 BOWkel', Kathleen-58, 109 Bowman, Ronald- Boyan, Joan-29 Boza, Colette-72, Brant, Mavis-55, 58, 138, 142, 146 98 57, 58, 128, 132, 135 Brenaman, Devonna-82 Breskin, Renie-72, 89, 90, 94, 101 Cox, Nancy-59 Cozzi, Adam-59 Craft, Jean--54, 59, 104, 105 Creutzburg, Walter-73 Criswell, Eleanor-30, 92, 99, 109 Crosby, Thomasa73 Cross, Philip-59 Cunningham, Jane--59 Cybulski, Lavonne-82 Dabagia, Lee-55, 57, 59, 90, 91, 107 Dabagia, Robert-73, 89, 142 Dabbert, Arlene-59, 100, 105 Dabbert, Robert-59, 105 Dabkowski, Edith-30 Dabkows ki, Joe-73, 145 Antczak, Dianne-28, 50 Antczak, Joannn+28, 50 Antlsdel, Nancy-28 Arens, Philip--28 Armstrong, Joyce-72, 98 Arnold, Joe-28, 104, 105 Ash, Marilyn-72 Atkins, Earl-72, 141 Bridwell, Glenn-54, 58, 113, 136 Brinckman, Carol-58 Brlnckman, Florence-30, 91, 134 Brinkman, Norman-72 Britzke, Patricia-59, 105 Brooks, Barbara-54, 59, 130 Brown, Barbara-73 Darman, John-82 Davis, Chris-73 Davis, Gail-59 Davis, James-31 Day, Bonnie-52, 53, 54, 59, 99, 107 Day, Sharon-73 Delco, Ressai31, 49, 90, 91, 100, 101 Delco, Reva-73, 91, 129, 130 Attar, Warren-82 Austin, Nancy--28, 91, 101, 119, 130, 134 Ayad, Inez-54, 55, 58, 94, 129, 130 Azar, George-72, 89 Babcock, Carl-72 Brown, Beverly-59 Brown, Dennis-30, 102 Brown , JOAD!!-82 Brown, Marvin-72 Brown, Phyllis-59 Brown, Richard-30 Deuel, E laine-59 Deutscher, Ronald-31 DeWitt, Dexter-53, 59, 108, 109, 140 Dexter, Charles-31, 113, 136 Dick, Robert-73, 93 Bahar, Clemonce-28, 130 Bahar, Patrick-72 Baker, Kenneth-72 Baker, Wanda-72 Baldwin, James-58 Bales, Norma-58 Ballard, Phyllis-54, 55, 58, 129, 130 Baranowski, George-24, 28, 50, 109 Bard, Stephen- 72, 94, 141 Barnes, Sabra-28 Barnett, Elvis-72 Bartels, Judith -54, 58, 128, 129, 130 Brown, Robert-82 Bryan, Judith-98 Bryan-t, Donald-73 Buckley, Walter-67 Buczkowski, Mary-73 Bumngton, Jack-30 Bullard, Geraldine--73, 101 Burdick, Diana-73 Burkart, Lynn-73 Burkett, David--73 Burkhart, Arthur-73 Burnham, Alice-73, 98, 108 Dickerhoff, James-31 Dietz, Sharon-30 Dietz, William-73, 145 DiGiacomo, Frank-59 Dingler, Sandra-'82 Dirks, Richard-60, 96 Dismukes, Jean-82 Dismukes, Joan-82 Dodd, DarleneH73 Dolezal, Sue-30, 113 Dombrowsky, Richard-74 Dombrowsky, Suei82 Donaldson, Benjamin-74, 142 Bartholomew, Carol-72, 91, 94, 99, 106 Bartholomew, Robert-82, 109 Barts, Duane-54, 55, 58, 101, 108, 109 Bass, 'Richard-72 Batzel,' Elaine-28 Batzel, Virginia-72 Bums, Carol-73, 100 Burns, Clifford-59, 113, 142 Burns, Jane-73, 129 Burns, Ronald- 59, 136, 142 Burris, Stuart-59, 90, 140, .142 Burton, Dorothy-73 Downs, Annamarie-82, 89 Dreyer, Bobi60 Drzewiecki, Leo-31 Dubert, Carol-54, 55, 60, 92, 99, 112 Dubie, Kenneth-60, 142 Bauer, John-'12 Beck, Irene-58 Bendix, Beverly-82 Bennett, Clem-29, 93, 110 Bennett, Nancy-54, 58, 129, 130 Benoit, Dlana-58 Bentley, Ross-72 Bentley, Sally-72, 93 Butler, Nancy-73 Caddo, Myrna-73 Calusa, Arvella-30, 92 Calvert, Susan-82 Campbell, Thomas-73, 113 Carlson, John-73, 104 Carlson, Richard-54, 55, 59, 91, 105 Carlson, Susan-82 Durham, Bob-31 Dusza, Elaine-31, 130 Dutcher, James-31 Easton, Farrell-74 Eberly, LeRoy-74, 105 Eckert, Elaine-31 Eckert, Mary-54, 60 Edlen, Delmer-60, 105 Edrington, Delford-60 Bernlus, Gordon-58, 94, 101 Blckel, James-58 Bltts, Betty-72 Bitts, Jerry-142 Black, Nancy-72 Blair, Joyce-29, 49, 89, 112 Blair, Richard-72 Blalr, Robert-72, 97, 113, 142 Carmichael, Barbara-30, 105, 119 Carmichael, Buddy-73, 105 Carney, Tonian-ne-73, 105 Case, Russell-73, 109 I Cass, Kathryn-53, 54, 59, 99 Caviggiola, Anita-73 Cavlggiola, Louis-59 Edwards, Ada-60 Edwards, Joan-G0 Edwards, John--32 Eggers, Ruth-74 Ellis, Dick--74 Ellis, Gerald-140 Ellis, Thomas-32, 141 Ellis, Willie-74 Blankenship, William-58 Bleek, Sue-54, 58 Blissmer, JoAnn-72, 100 Block, Patricia-29 Cheney, Nancy-30, 88, 95, 112 Childers, Jack-73 Childers, Robert-82 Clark, Mary-67 Coar, Sally-73 Ellison, Bonnlei60 Ellison, Donald-74 Engstrom, Carol-32, 49, 89, 95 Engstrom, Sandra-60, 74 Bobinskl, Connie-72, 98 Boblnskl, Daniel-29 Boblnski, Eugene-29 Bobinskl, Joan-72 Coar, Sylvia-82, 93 Coash, Nancy-30 Cofer, Ralph-59 Collins, Janice-73, 130 Erickson, J ane-7 4 Erickson, Sandra--54, 55, 95, 99 Esmoer, Allen.-74 Eubanks, Max-60, 101, 103, 109 Boeckling, George-72 Boese, Judy-54, 55, 58. 89, 95 Boese, Rochelle-29 Boettjer, John-29 Bogart, Shirley-72 Bohllm, Edna-29 Bohllm, Rachel-72, 93 Bohlln, Charles-58, 97, 136, 142 Bohnstadt, Phyllis-29, 100 Bolka, Arthur-58, 91 Bolka, Joseph-72 Bontleld, Richard-29 Bonheur, Charles-58 Bonner, Charmlan-58, 103, 129 Booth, Jack-72 Collins, Richard-59, 136 Cook, Judy-73 Cook, Patricia-30 Cook, Richard-59, 91, 141, 150 Coonfarc, Cherie-59, 90, 109 Corley, Melvin-30, 89, 138, 142, 150 Cottingham, Frances-59, 112 Cottingham. Joann-73, 129, 130, 131 Cotts, Ron-aldi73, 109, 145 Coughlin, Richard--73, 142 Coupland, Sharon-54, 59, 94, 95, 99 Coursey, Frank-73 Cowgill, Jerry-73 Cox, Jean-73, 104, 105, 131, 132, 134 Cox, June--73, 105, 131, 132, 134 202 Evans, Delores-32 Falk, Ronald-74 Fallen, Lesliei67 Fargher, Mickey-74, 89, 95, 98, 109 Farmer. Joyce-32, 113 Faroh, Philip-32, 140, 142 Feighner, Deloris--60 Feinn, John-60, 94, 102 Feldmeier, Shirlene-60 Fellows. Marilyn-74 Fenton, Cherie-82 Ferguson, Sandra--24, 32, 89, 95, 99, 110 111 Finney, Richard-74 Fischbacher, John-74 Flschbscher, Jeanne-32, 105 Fischer, Bruce-74, 109, 145 Fischer, Karen-82 Fischer, Mary Lou-60 Flsher, Nancy-24, 32, 105, 113 Fleming, William-54, 55, 60, 94, 96, 103, 108, 109 Flood, Marilyn--54, 55, 60, 90, 101, 102, 103 Florent, Jerry--74, 94, 100 Flotow, Ronald-32, 136 Fly, Clifton-32 Fly, Jerry-60 Fogus, Ethel-32, 49, 91, 100, 101, 106. 113 Fogus, Robert-67 Foldenauer, Kenneth--'60 Foltz, Norman-74 Fought, Patricia--60 Fowler, Eugene-33 Fowler, PBlZgY'70 Fragernan, Karen--74, 98 Frame, Donald!33, 96 Frame, Ruth-60, 93, 94 Frame, Wayne-82 Frehse, Ann-74, 99, 135 Fredenburg, Dennis-33 Fredenburg, Ralph-67 Fries, Patsy-60 Fritz, Judlth-60, 94, 109 Froehlke, Frank-33 Fuller, Merry-74, 98 Fuller, WllllamW82, 109 Furness, Patricia-74 Fyhr, Nancy-74 Fyhr, Richard-33 Gales, Sandra--74, 98 Gallagher, Margie'-54. 60, 95, 99 Gallas, Eleanore-54, 55, 60, 99 Gan-schow, Mary-74, 99, 104, 105: Garay, Emil-60, 138 Gardner, Dlanef54, 55, 60, 95, 96, 128, 132 Gardner, Herbert--23 Gardner, Pat-33, 136, 142 Gasteyer, Phlllp-74. 93, 102, 109 Gay, Richard-74 Gay, Sally-33 Geissler, Rudolph-61, 96 Geleske, William-23 Glll, Geraldine-33 Gillette, Lora-98 Glllman, Leo-74 Girard, James-'33 Girard, Thomas-61 Glasscott, Michael-33, 92, 113, 136 Gloye, Prudy-61, 93, 99 Gobreskl, Judy-74 Goch, Thomas--24, 33, 50, 51, 91, 138, 142 Goede, Bernadine!74, 99, 112 Goede, David-74 Goede, Dorlne-33 Goldman, Barbara-74, 91, 94, 99, 106, 135 Goldsberry, Georgetta-34 Gondeck, Lawrence-54, 61 Gondek, Carol-54, 61 Gondek, Patricia-74, 92 Gondor, Deanna-74 Goodwin, Robert-82 Gorman, Pat--74, 145, 146 Gorr, Donald--61 Grafton, Margie-74 Gramal, JoAnne-61, 100 Grantham, William-61, 145 Green, Robert-34 Greer, David-61, 136, 142, 150 Grieger, Maynard-75, 113 Grlevlsh, Patricia-74 Grfmn, Albert-74, 142 Gnmn, Jack-82, 96 Grlfllth, Charles-34 Grmlths, Nancy-54, 55, 61, 90, 103 Grlng, Beverly-34 Grlng, David-53, 54, 61, 91, 97, 141 Groch, Christine-74 Gulllver, Ray-75, 138, 142, 146 Haack, Annette-54, 55, 61 von Haas, Helga-46, 132 Haas, Marva Jane-24, 34, 95, 119 Hadders, Garry-34 Hager, Louis-34, 109 Haggins, Betty-23 Hagle, Mary-82 Hahn, Charles-34 Hakim, Hussein-34, 94 Hall, Richard-61 Hamlin, Robert-75 Hancock, Sylvia-82 Handtke, Melvin-75 Hanke, Charles-105, 142 Hardt, Audrey-24, 34, 112, 113 I-larger, Joy-61, 90 Harmon, Marlow--61 Harmon, Nancy-75 Harper, Vlrglnia-61, 105 Harville, Harold-61 Hatcher, Margie-34 Haughtington, Sandra--54, 61 Hayes, George-61 Haynes, Harold---61, 142 Hays, Naomi-52, 53, 61, 104, 105, 1 Headley, Howard-75 07 Janoski, Jacqueline-75, 96, 100, 101, 109 Janosky, Dennis--75 Januchowskl, Patricia.-35, 129, 130, 131 Januchowskl, Phyllis-'75, 129, 132 Jarka, James-35, 142, 150 Jaroch, Carol-75 Jarrett, Rosa-82 Jasickl, Betty-35 Jasperson, Nlel-54, 62, 138, 142 Jenkln-s, Hazel-36 Johansen, Robert-36, 142 Johansson, Joel-54, 55, 62 Johnson, Arlene--82, 96 Johnson, Howard-75, 138, 142 Johnson, Jeanine-36, 129 Johnson, Marlena-62 Hedstrum, Russell-34, 94, 101, 102, 108, 109 Heeg, Robert-75 Hefner, Donna-35, 131 Hefner, Nancy-61, 89 Hefner, Ruth-82 Heise, John--75, 142 Heitman, Sue-75, 92 Helms, Kathleen--75 Henckel, Ruth-35 Henderlong, Dwight-35, 91 Hennard, Neil--75 Hen-rich, John-75 Henry, Francis-75 Henry, John-61, 91, 138, 142 Herald, Robert-61 Herbert, James-61, 109 Herod, Jerry-55, 61, 91 Herrbach, Carol-61, 105 Hibner, William-35, 113 Hicks, Marie-75 Hlleman, Dale-61 Hileman, Marcia-75 Hlleman, Sandra-82 Hill, Karen-55, 75 Hines, Beverly--61 Hinshaw, Patricia-75 Hinshaw, Ronald-75, 108, 109 Hippensteel, Dennis-82, 89, 96, 108 Hitz, Thomas-75 Hixonf, Verlene-35, 119 Hixon, Vernelda-75 Hock, David-62 Hoffman, Sally-82 Holmes, Keith-82 Holston, Sally-24, 35, 107, 119 Houghton, Wayne-75 Howard, Roberta-75, 93, 105 Hubbard, Noah-62 Hudson, Jerry-75 Hulce, Nancy-23 Humphrey, Betty-62 Hungerford, Dale-75 Hunt, Harlan-62, 138, 145, 150 Hunter, Herbert-62 Hurley, Marcella-62 Hurst, James-57, 62, 89, 90, 91, 101 Hutchison, John-54, 62 Hutmacher, Annette-75, 98, 106 Hyer, Russell-75, 89 Hyska, Ronald-75 Ingersoll, Lawrence-75 Isemlnger, Nadean-75 Ivey, Henry-82 Jackson, Jerry-62 Jackson, Robert-62, 93 Jacobs, Joseph-75 Jacobs, Stanley-62 Jaeger, Charlotte-35, 95, 112 Jakelski, Barbara-75, 105 Jakelski, Jerome--23 Jakelski, Nancy-75, 105, 108 Jankowski, Robert-35, 75 203 , 103 Johnson, Robert-82 Johnston, James-36, 138, 142, 150 Joiner, June-62 Jones, Robert-75, 113, 145 Juckett, Bernice-54, 62 Juckett, Doris-75 Jungnlckel, Arthur-76 Kabaclnskl, Richard-36, 136, 145 Kaczmarek, Donald-62, 142 Kaczrnarek, Richard-76 Kahn, Charlotte--62 Kahl, Joan-76, 94 Kallta, Raymond--62 Karagan, Nicholas-36, 49, 88, 91, 103, 107 Karm, William-36, 50. 51, 138, 142 Katzmarek, John-36 Kayser, Eric-76 Keen, Katherine-76 Keene, John-82 Keene, Raymond-62 Kemp, John-76, 89, 109, 141, 146 Kessler, Peter-76, 108, 109 Kieffer, Barbara-54, 62 Kieffer, John-78 Klenltz, Alan-62 Klenltz, Kathleen-76 Kiep, Philip-76, 89, 108, 141 Kieper, Robert--62 King, Patricia-36, 109, 119 Kirby, Roland-76 Kirham, Melvln-62 Kllnder, Ardlth-'16, 98, 109 Kloslnskl, Anita-82 Klosinskl, Gerald-36 Kloslnskl, Theresa-54, 55, 62 Kmleclk, Matthew--76 Kniola, Carol-36 Knoll, Carolyn--62 Knudsen, Marllu-54, 62 Koehler, Mary-36 Kolasa, Richard-78 Kolb, Sally-62 Kolodziejskl, Robert-37, 97, 138, 142 Komasinskl, Lorraine-76 E Kornaslnski, Maxine-37 Komlniarek, Marvln-24, 37, 50, 51, 88, 89 90, 91, 103, 105, 107, 113 Konleczny, William-76 Konkey, David-78, 93 Konkey, Richard-76, 93 Kopanskl, James-76 Kopczyk, Peter-63 Kops, Patricia.-37 Kosakowskl, Mary-76 Kowalski, John-24, 37 Kozlowski, Ronald-76 Krachln-ski, Donald-76 Kraft, Marilyn-76 Krause, Eugene-82 Krebs, Robert-63 Krlhs, George--76, 145 Kroenlng, Alan-63, 90, 141 Kroening, Ronald-83 Krueger, Donna-63 Kruger, Paul-63 Kruger, Stephen-76 Kubica, Patricia-37 Kublca, Richard--76 Kulakowskl, Mary Jane-54, 55, 63 Kyle, Katherine-76, 109 LaBom, Joann-37, 88, 95 Lachmund, Ronald-63 LaDuke, Norman-54, 55, 63, 94, 96, 101, 109, 141 Ladwig, Wayne-76 LaMatlna, Margaret--83 LaMatlna, Shirley--76. 92 Landtroop, Betty-37 Lane, Jerry-37 Lange, Carol-54, 55, 63, 94, 95, 99 Lange, Henry-83, 96 Lange, Lindai76, 89 LaRocco, Patricia---37, 50, 51 Larson. Margaret--37, 49, 102, 107, 119 Lasky, Herbert-76 Lee, Myc-76 Leeds, Rosemary-24, 37, 49, 50, 51, 95, 107, 119 Lemons, Marcia-38, 104, 105 Leslie, Fred-38 Leusch. Patricia-38 Lewis, Anna-63 Lieber, Frances-'76, 95, 98, 106 Llebig, Richard-83, 96 Llndborg, Ronald-63 Linde, Rose MarieA24, 38, 49, 99, 119, 129, 135 Linde, Sidney--63, 104, 105 Linde, Sylvia--63, 105, 129 Lindquist, Karen-54, 55, 63, 89, 94, 95, 99, 112 Lindsay, Marsha-63, 100 Linn, Anita.-38, 49, 93, 99, 105, 119 Linsemeyer, Elaine-38 Linsemeyer, Norman-83, 89 Lippens, James--63, 136, 145 Lippens, Robert-76 Livingston, David--63 Loetz, Gordon-76, 136 Loetz, Richard-63 Logan, David-63 Logerqulst, Karen-76, 92 Lombard, Floyd-76 Lombard, Wayman-63 Long, Robert-63 Loniewski, Patricia-76 Lowder, Verna-63 Lubs, Carol-55, 63 Lubs, Edward-38, 140 Ludington. Elaine--38 Ludwig, Suzanne-63, 107 Lykens, Harry-38, 91, 113, 119 Lyster, Marjorie--76, 100 Mack, Bennie-23 Mack, Velma-76, 93, 132 Mahi, William-76 Mahlka, Darlene-24, 38, 99, 110 Mahlka, Norma-77 - Malchow, Eloise-77, 90 Malecki, Kenneth--77 Malecki, Ronald-63, 91 Malik, Irene-63 Malik, Mary Jane-77 Malm, Carlene-77 Manley, Lawrence-77 Manson, Anthony-38, 97, 141 Manson, Helen'-77 Manthey, Wayne-38, 141 Marks, David-77, 142 Marshall, Robert-39, 50, 88, 103, 110 Marszalek, John-39 Martin, Gerald-77 Martin, Jarria--23, 24, 39, 50, 51, 93, 99, 105, 107, 111 Martin, John-39 Mason, Donabelle-77, 105 Mason, Mary-83 o Maxey, Lawrence-53, 54, 55, 63, 94, 101, 102, 108, 109 McCarroll, Jeanette-63 McCormack, Nola-77, 90, 105 Mclfeely, David-63, 138 McFeely, Marcia-83 McGrew, Diana-77 McIntyre, Dale-64 McKay, Donald-77 McKee, Leonard?-64, 108, 109 McKinney, Beverly-39, 49, 99 McMillan, Joan--39, 105 McMillan, Maureen-77, 105, 111 Meads, Kay-64 Mealer, Lloyd-64 Meriweather, Melvin-83, 93 Merrell, Patrickw138, 141 Meska Joann--24, 39, 99 Meska, Louis-83 Meyer, August--39 Meyer, Martha-54, 55, 64, 93, 99, 100, 105 Meyer, Marie-77, 132 Michaels, Paul-77, 145, 146 Milcarek, Barbara-64 Milich, Ronadh-77 Millbranth, Craigq83 Miller, Dale-77 Miller, Diana-24, 39, 50, 104, 105, 107, 113 Miller, Karen-54, 55, 64, 89, 95, 99, 112 Miller, Marilynw83 Miller, Robert C.+77, 142 Miller, Robert D.-77, 105 Miller, R0landA39, 113 Millman, Dorisf39, 95 Mills, Paul-64 Milzarek, Lester-83 Milzarek, Phyllis-H39 Mizia, Raymond 64, 136 Mohamed, Lee-77, 106 Mohamed, Leonard-83 Mohlke, Ronald+77 Molzan, Wayne-40 Morrison, Judith-24, 40, 113 Morrison, Thomas-77 Moss, Donald-64 Moustakas, Denoh67 Mullins, Benny-77 Murphy, Marilyn-77, 130 Murray, Annw64 Murry, Francis-77, 93, 94, 98, 129, 130, 131, 132 Myers, Susan-53, 54, 64, 99 Nadaf, Jeanene-77 Nash, James-64, 138, 145 Nauyokas, Carolyn-105 Neher, Gwen-40, 119 Nesvold, Lillian-83 Neulieb, Gerald-77 Neulieb, Harold-40 Neulieb, Sharon--77, 98, 131 Nevorski, Donaldi64, 136 Nevorski, Henry-77 Nevorski, James-40 Newman, Linda-77, 94, 105 Nichols, Diane-77, 89, 90, 98 Nichols, Rudy-64 Nicholson, Gregory-77 Nicholson, Norman-64 Nicholson, Terry-64 Nieman, Carol-77 Nixon, Nancy- 77, 93, 98 Nordholm, Ruth-40, 90, 99 Norris, Frances-40, 90 Novak, Beverly-83 Novreske, Eugenef-64 Nussman, Barbara-77 Oberlink, Linda-77, 101, 106, 108 0'Brin-ger, James-83, 108 Ohms, Elaine-83 Ortiz, Lydia-64 Orzech, Frances-54, 64 Osos, George-52, 53, 64, 93, 102, 107 Oszust, Edward-24, 40, 50, 104, 108, 109 Ottersen, Roger-64, 102, 103 Pace, Franklin-83 Page, Judith-'77 Pagels, Patricia-64, 94 Pagels, Sally-77 Pagels, Tom-78 Pahl, Arthur-78 Palmateer, Maris-78, 94, 106 Palmer, Georgia-40 Papineau, William--24, 40, 50, 104, 108, 109, 141 204 Paplneau, Jon-23 Parish, Geneva'-64, 134 Parker, Conard-23' Parker, Robert-23 Patience, Nancle-83, 108 Pauley, Daniel-64, 90, 91, 103 Pavolka, John-40 Pawlak, John-78 Pawlik, Margaret-78 Pawloskl, Louise-64 Pearce, Barbara-40 Peck, William-83, 108, 109 Peckat, Shirley--78 Pedzinskl, Roger-83 Peebles, Joan-41, 49 Pence, Nancy-83 Penfold, Alex-64, 113, 138, 142 Penfold, Vicki--78 Periolat, Clem-41, 90, 91, 92, 136, 142 Peters, Janiceh78 Peterson, Gary-78, 94 Petri, Susan-78, 98 Phillips, John-64, 142 Piazza, Linda-41, 50, 51, 95, 99, 105, 110 Piergalski, Mary Jane-41, 112, 130, 134 Piergalski, Phyllis-78, 131, 132 Pilk, Eugene-78 Pitt, George-78 Pittsford, Pam-78, 106 Pittsford, Paul-23, 24, 41, 113, 142 Pliske, Raymond-78 Podgorski, Gerald-64 Pohl, William--41, 49, 50, 51, 102, 109 Polite, William-65, 101, 140 Pollard, James-78, 96, 142 Pope, Maelizbeth-78, 104, 105, 131, 132, 134 Potempa, Joan-54, 65 Potter, Lamar-96 Potucek, William-41 Povlock, Marie-78 Powers, Dale-78, 142 Prast, Ronald-78 Pravden, Gayle-98, 101, 106 Preuss, Frank-41, 49, 50, 51, 91, 97, 107 Priebe, Norma-78, 130 Pries, David-78 Pritz, William-78, 145, 148 Prybylla, Marvin-41 Przybyllnski, James-78, 97, 142 Pscion, Benjamin-41 Purcell, Blair-41, 107, 113 Purcell, Lee-78 Putz, Patricia.-41, 130 Quadlin, Ellsworth-83 Quadlin, Shirley-67 Rademacher, Jack--78 Raffel, Barbara-42 Ramer, John-78 Ramsay, Mary-78, 104 Ramsey, Glenda-'18 Ramsey, Juanita-65 Rannie, James-65, 89, 94, 101, 108, 109 Reattoir, Jerome-78 Reattoir, Terese-65 Rebac, Camilla--78, 89, 98 Reebs, Jane-65, 99, 101, 109 Reed, Charles-65 Reed, Floyd-78 Reed, Roger-65 Reese, Claude-83 Rehbein, Dale-65, 138 Rehbein, Neil-78, 145, 146 Reppert, Carole-78 Reppert, Nancy-78 Retseck, John-54, 65 Reuber, Karin-54, 55, 65, 99, 100, 105, 131 Reynolds, Bonny-78 Rhoda, Sue-42, 49, 50, 51, 95, 99 Rhodes, Deanna-78, 98, 106 Richter, Esther-24, 42, 88, 107, 119 Ridenour, Marion-42, 99 Rieck, Karen-78, 92, 98, 104, 105, 106 Riggs, Jewel-79 Riggs, Judith-98, 106 Riley. Wayne-42 Rinehart, Rob-65 Risk, Janice-54, 55, 65, 90, 94 Rlst, William-79 Ritchie, Marilyn-55, 65, 103 Roames, Ellen-67 Roblnett, Larry-79, 145, 146 Robinson, William-79 Robison, Theodore--65 Robowskl, Carol'-79, 94 Rogers, EclwarrlA65, 94, 97, 138 Rogers, Virginia-79 Rohde, Georgeu42 Rllhder, Karen -H65 Rose, Mercedes465, 129 Ross, Alice-79 Rude, Barbara Rush, John -65, -79, 93, 98 142 Russ, Barbara-79 Russell, Paul-42, 97, 113 Russell, Ruth-79, 101 Sacks, Robert442 Saenz, Leonard-23 Sallwonczyk, Eugenia-A79 Sanders, Barbarae-79, 101. 109 Saracoff, Normanf42 Sarver, Judie--79, 92, 98, 100 Saunders, Peter479, 89, 90, 91 Schaefer, FayeY65, 99 Schaffer, Jerry--42 Schelllng, Donn-42 Schepel, Dalee-145 Scherer, Bonnie- V79 Schlegelmllch, George- 42, 138, 142 Schlegelmllch, Joan-43 Schlegelmllch, Noel--A 83 Schlcgelmllch, Shirley- -89, 111, 113 Schllephake, Jerry --43 Schlunclt, Shirlfyf-55, 65, 99 Schmidt, Phyllis-43. 91, 101, 102, 113, 13 Schnlck, George-9-65 Schoennlng, Karen--53, 54, 65, 95, 99, Schomacker, Ronald- -43 Schreckenbach, James --83 Schroeder, David--83, 89 Schroeder, Ken-lynn--79, 94, 96 Schroeter, Leonard-79 Schultz, Carole Ann-65 Schultz, William-65 Schumacher, Ronald--83, 109 Schwager, Roger-43 Scott, Dwalne-79, 145 Scott, James-79 Scott, Shirley-43 Scrlvnor, Judith-79 Scrivnor, Richard-65, 145 Searcy, Ronald-24, 43, 91, 138, 142, 150 Seedorf, Dallas-79, 94, 142 Semla, Richard-43 Serhal, Robert-79, 89, 142 Serhal, Shirley-43 Sexton, Mary Lou- Shater, Nancy-79, 98 Shedrow, Donald-24, 43 Sheeler, Ronald-65 Sherwood, Mary Ann-79 Shikany, Jacqueline-44, 113 Shlparskl, Harry-79, 90 Shutts, Linda-44, 49 Simpson, Barbara-24, 44, 89, 113 Sklbo, Leonard-79, 146 Sklvers, Larry-81 Slater, Barbara-65, 90 Slisher, Pearl-44, 49, 99 Sloane, J ames-79 Smiertelny, George-65 Smlertelny, Phyllis--79 Smlskey, Terrence--83 Smith, Ardes-66 Smith, Dorothy-54, 66 Smith, Florence-44 Smith, Harold-79, 146 Smith, Susan--44 Smith, Wllllam-66, 97 Smolenskl, Esther-44, 49 SllYd0f, Blfbhfa-44 4 107 Snyder, Jacquelyn-44, 50, 99, 103 Snyder, Sue-66, 129, 130 Sobeckl, David-44, 113 Sobkowiak, Thomas-66 Sobkowiak, Patricia-54, 55, 66, 129, 130 Soller, Leonard-66, 138, 142 Sommerfeld, Carol-66, 112 Sparks, Richard-66 Sparrow, Grant-79 Sparrow, Marlon-54, 66, 105 Spear, Allan-44, 49, 50, 51, 94, 102, 109, 113, 136 Sperllng, Herbert-24, 44, 113, 136, 142, 150 Spinning, Suzanne-54, 55, 66, 89, 95, 99 Spychalskl, Robert-79 Staffel, Betty-79, 93, 98, 109 Stahoviak, Davld-66 Stanley, Virginia-66, 90 Stark, James-54, 66, 94, 108, 109, 138 Stec, Richard-45 Steen, Jean-66 Stelter, Barbara-66, 112 Stephens, Ellen-54, 55, 66, 94 Stephens, Sandra--79 Stewart, Geraldine-45 Stine, Mary Frances-79, 98 Storey, Hela-79, 105 Stover, James-79 Strakowski, Richard--91, 138, 145 Stralkowski. David-89, 145, 146 Struwbrldge, Joan-79, 98, 106, 108 Sunderland, James-66, 97, 140 Swain, Ronald-80 Swanson-, Richard-80 Swanson, Samuel-80 Swistek, Stanley--80 Tarpley, Renae-80 Teeters, James-45 Teets, Norman-80, 142, 146 Theisen, Martha-45, 131, 132 Thode, Norman-66, 109 Thomas, William-80, 104, 105 Thompson, Benlta-80 Thompson, James-80, 90, 91, 138, 142 Thompson, Maynard-45, 50, 89, 90, 101, 102, 109, 138, 145 Thornhurgh, Sue-80 Timm, Mary-45 Timm, Richard-80 Timm, Sandra-80, 93, 100, 101 Timmrick, Karen-80, 105 Todd, Mary-80 Tomchak, Patricia-45 Tomey, Richard-80, 142, 146 Tower, Andy-45, 94, 102, 113 Tracy, Marianne-80, 113 Traske, Mary-45, 95, 103 Tuel, Kenneth-66 Turner, Jeanette-54, 55, 66, 129, 131, 132 Tumer, Leanita-66, 131 Uebler, James-80 Ulrich, Louis-46 Unguralt, Donald-24, 46, 49, 50, 51, 88, 91, 103, 107 Urbanskl, Eugene-66 Vachon, Arlene-80 Vance, Eugene-48 Veal, Wanda-80 Vest, Carol-80 Volkmann, Thomas-66 Volstorf, Beverly-46, 113 Waaso, Barbara-46, 105 Waaso, Darlene-80, 132 Wagner, Carl-80 Wagner, Dana-46, 49, 50, 51, 90, 99, 103, 107 Walk, Robert-66, 109 Walker, Lillian-34, 46, 89, 99, 110, 119, 134 Wallis, Daniel-80 Walls, George-46, 90, 91, 136, 142 Walotka, Joan-80 Walotka, Richard-46, 113 Waltke, Wayne-66 Wandrey, Laverne-80 205 Ward, Claudesta-54, 55, 66, 99, 129, 131 Wardean, Honore-66 Warnlmont, David'-66 Waterhouse, Blake-23. 46, 88, 109, 113, 136, 145, 150 Weber, Betsy-80, 98, 109 Weber, Robert-67. 145 Weeks, Wanda.-80, 129, 130 Wegner, Mary Ann-54, 55, 67, 94, 95, 99, 112 Weisilog, Robert-80, 93, 145 Weiss, Frederick-46 Wentland, James-80 Wenzel, Karlene-46, 88, 99 Werdine, Marilyn-67, 99 Werre, Esther--80 VVerre, James-46, 90, 138, 142 Westberg, Karen-47, 49, 95, 99, 105, 112 Westerileld, Betty-23 Westphal, Jan-ice-54, 55, 67 Westphal, Joan-80 Westphal, John-47 Westphal, Louis-80 Westphal, Ned-24, 47, 103, 138 Westphal, Sheldon-47 White, George-67, 90, 140 White, Kenneth--80 White, Richard-83 Wlble, Sarah-80, 130 Wiencek, Lawrence-80 Will, Darlene-47 Williams, Carole-80 Williamson, Carol-83 Williamson, Thomas-67 Wilson, Jane-80, 98 Wilson, John-80, 142 Winner, Patricia-47, 49, 88, 93, 99, 107, 119 Winskl, Jerry-52, 53, 67, 89, 140, 141 Wltek, Edward-80 Wltek, Antoinette-80 Wltek, Patricia-81 Witte, Howard-47 Witte, Paul-53, 81 Wittenberg, Stephen-141 Wolcott, Richard-67, 89, 90, 94, 136, 142 146 Wolcott, Roger-67, 90, 94, 136 Wolf, Karen-54, 67 Wolff, Karl-81 Wolford, Gerald-81 Wolford, Roger-81 Wolford, Shirley-67, 93 Wolgast, Nanette-67, 92, 99 Wolod, JoAnn-67 Woodruff, Daniel-47 Woodruff, Frederick-47, 145 Woodruff, Ralph-81, 96 Woodruff, Richard-81 Worthy, Barbara-83, 90 Woznlak, David-67 Woznlak, Donald-81 Woznlak, James-81 Woznlak, Joan-67, 93 VVoznlak, Leroy-81 Woznlak, Richard-47 Wright, Daniel-81 Wright, Jack-67, 138, 145, 150 , 142, 146 Wright, Jacqueline-83 Wright, William-47, 3. 89, 90, 145, 150 Wroblewski, Donald--67 Wroblewskl, Henry-81 Yeager, Barbara-81, 98 Young, Lawrence-81 Zeese, Charles-81 Zezula, Angeline-81 Zlemer, Connie-81, 98, 109 Zitzelberger, James-81 Zolkowskl, Ruth-81 Zollman, Eugene-81 Zollman, Shirley-47, 99 Zook, Barbara-81 Zom, Loretta--54, 55, 67, 95, 99 Zorn, Roberta-81, 98, 106 Zrlny. 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