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

 - Class of 1957

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e 1957 Presented by of the Roberto Lyn Anderson Edxfor HUVWQY HGNOVSOV1 Business Mcmoger 1 Michigan City, Indiana 3 gist! f ffskfgg A , A '- fgfivff Q , L ' - W T ' , Aw f -ff' 'Lf V',:k2,'?i-"gan :I fgtjsfwk' M M N f ' N'F.?fjQ4'3'f'iPW5 A'3lfj'iM?3". , . Liv -1 ww 'igfrzf .fQ1.wf:5Wgf.'g:m EK iv-we w ws , 1475 giF'A:2F21L, .K ,gf X, sn, f5:1M:gw,:ff r ',':v5?fg,f-Qffw ' ' 'f flag: zfiwg mb, fit -'ew wi 1 Aff' 'fwff:ff44.hg" Efiiixf 5 'Sv 12264411 C. Deueau Fxshmv at sunset C Deueau A sccnc from thc beautiful I11fCf1l21ffO112l1 Fticnclship GLITCICIIS ACTIVITIES AND FEATURES page 10 Through the manv activities and features offered at City, our high school days have been made happier, busier, and more interesting. SPORTS page 52 Sports have given us. the opportunity to develop our skills and to achieve a fine sense of sports- manship on varsity team, in gym class, or in G. A. A. ADMINISTRATION page 80 Administration has but one purpose, to facilitate instruction. All that is done in administrative of- fices is done to help improve the circumstances surrounding the teacher and his students. FACULTY page 86 Through their teaching, understanding, and friendship, our teachers have helped us grow. CLASSES page 99 YVC shall alxvavs remember our years here at City -the fun, friendships, and happiness welve shared together-grade bv grade, day by day. ADVERTISERS page 150 VVe are grateful to the businessmen and indus- trialists of Michigan City who have helped make this yearbook possible. 4 Rip 5 NS ml X ,I 1 -s I,x ff' I i 'Y 1 U 1 kit. 'LF A , 3 dr' X , 5 ' 1 '-ia ?Fr!'-MHA ,V , Ava, . , mf 5 1 Q ,Ng is L 24 if -cg' THROUGH THE SCHOOL WE '57 Tri-lli-Y girls, Roberta Lvn Anderson and Lvnda Loeber, load groc- eries for needv families thus hel ning in a small wav to make Thanksgiving - l lmppier for others, The vvorld of adolescents and the vvorld of adults have met! Here at City we have been given the chance to help serve the com- munitv through our school classes and activities. Bv doing so, we are not onlv helping others, but also ourselves. r Q fi. e at Fnnnv and her C.nX.qX. girls gludden the hearts of otliers with Clirisfmgzs carols :lf the local Iiospitgils. For rngrnv vcilrs, this has hecn their wan of saving, 'Wlerrv Clrristiirrlsf' WORK WITH THE COMMU ITY Iudy Conklin, cadet teacher, works with students Sharon Xvienke gains office experience through at Eastport Therapy Center. Cadet teaching is a wonderful way to learn the actual eujoyinents of classroom teaching. Seniors who are considering teaching as a profes- sion spend two hours each school day in one of the elementary schools or in junior high school. secretarial practice with Mr. Arthur Wartha at Citizen's Bank. Secretarial practice is an ideal way to combine ofhce learning with actual othee experience. Stu- dents are 'ton the john six weeks during the semes- ter. During the semester they work at three dider- ent Ujohsf' and at the same time gain more speed and accuracy in school commercial courses. The typing classes type envelopes for the Tuberculosis Foundation. These envelopes are sent to local residents during the annual fund drive. .Z qv Dx ,Lift 5 JL THE MARCH OF 0 N s2N'0f?s p Q s run: D fs V41 -111-Exit: Seniors lack Griffin and Lvnn Ulrich p the Colden Rule. 4 ri L Qexx S .. ,g,gg.. -'-4!lH!irg.jr UHES ' sf 'wo388: i'.a RING RU fc .llflfb .il iw6 FDR runnin of . r . fEB5H7 SIE? I , - ractice Y i Bill Pollnow and Ar- delle lgelslci are on the air! ! y x 8 Red Cross incin- bers Bob Ilver, Carol Lewis, and Sara Pugsley work with Mrs. Urquhart and Mrs. Russell on annual drive. 'ss.i. y X009 A. V. A. nieinher llenry Lange awaits signal from Steve Pohl to begin hroadcasting. Our audio-visual department provides daily radio programs which keep the community in- formed concerning happenings in the public schools. This departinent also provides disc record- ings, tape recordings, Held trip guides, and pic- tures for civic groups, school classes, and the eoinniunitv. Another job is to act as a clearing house be- tween various Elin producers and the commu- nitv. .fx s X'---e" Guest teacher, Mr. Lincoln Stucler, explains the intricacies of a HShaper" to Don llendrick, Bob Pawlik, Dan Urbanski, Ronald Rowe, Don Waziiiak, and Mike Rowe. CGMMUNITY WORKS WITH US For the past eight years the Michigan City Ro- tary Club has sponsored a Career Day for the stu- dents here at Isaac C. Iilston Senior High School. As sophoinores, juniors, and seniors, we are giv- en an opportunity each year to attend tworclasses on Career Day on subjects identified with voca- tional fields which interest us inost. The guest A'teachers," representing forty voca- tional fields, were niet in the library by student hosts who introduced them to their two classes. In the classes we learned the educational require- ments and training neces- sary in their particular fields of work, the conditions and 'MTM ' C nature of the work, and re- quired personal qualifica- tions. A free discussion pe- riod followed each class. The experiences of these qualified specialists were of great benefit to us. Mrs. Evelyn Eliret, RN., explains the requirements and branches of the nursing field to janet Randolph, Marcia Coar, and Ioyee Mc- Corquodale. ! f'? X i 'P R 3-A K W 2 Elx Y' X' x 5 M KN-fff WT N, sl sf-ff' un! HUPIHRU Bwum 1 xx , 'fr ,, - V-'rf LM MM, , , 4, . My .T .... 1- W o . s --4mvM..M.wwL v...........1-.M . M AW f -x L V , , ,,,,,,W, .X , ,f vwwmwmwwwwv-evwwm 8.4, ....f.-M J-wmwwww.-+1q-'f 'ewan N-'www MW, ,M I , E ,Y A . Aw x . f , M. q,, 3 Q if 4 X, ,,,, as , far 9 x ,. 3 ,F K as .. 1 . Y ' ff' Q X: 3 'A Q f xi ,K v ..,, Mm My gg N,,,,...... 0 . 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' X . I, 0111 10101 gl111TC1. 1 2 D ,v . 2 . - 7 1 ,J 1 '- 2 Z' . - L' . 1 f C V . . . 1 ' ,. . . . 1 Y 21' , ' '- 1 1 ,K 1 - 1 D1 - 1 . 2 . 1' ',g:1' ,'z' , ", ', 2 f11'11,111111K.1' D' 1100 '11 0 111 1 1 , 773011. 14 Banco, Btumo, Reedo 8. "Games over-let's hurry to the dance!" These are the familiar words used by the MC. students after home games. As we enter the door of the gym, We're immediately hit by that Hcrazy beat" of the dance band's jazz and popular numbers. The band's reputation is 'tterriffn in neighbor- ing towns as well as ours. They were honored by requests to play at the Fort VVayne Central Prom and an Elkhart game. Participation in the Spring Concert is one of the dance band's main achievements. Faithful practicing several weeks in advance is necessary for this - the results are worth it! The annual trip to Chicago to hear a big-name band is becoming traditional with them. This event is both enlightening and fun, as are most of the dance band's activities. Shim Rack Sdwak Dancers " ...... . . and the band played on' Row 1 Ioycc Ilennzircl, Xlickey Nloyer, Bill Cinther. Dick Spear, Inn Cznneron, Pat Kirlilnncl. Sanclee lfllison, Dong Nlorrisoil. Cligningnzie I'lfL'CHl1lll Row 2 Steve Horinnlz, lfrl Ircv, Gene Ilc'rrl941c'li, Yiziueiit H41c'iejeu'slci, Don Hlackinozicl, Wlillqice Ireland, Iolin Illn- ris, Iecl Curtis Row 3 Cent' Stlnnitf, Iolni Linclsgiv, Dennis Kfiller, llow- gml Potter. Robert BilTlilfJlfJlIlL'U', Vfilligiiri Brcining, Yfil- l1.nn Klavcy, lfrecl ljeber, XY'illi.1ni BJLIIIIIQIIIII l1ll1'lDlllC1lf rlupsod ICS 1ll0X1Ilg s1111pl1o IIICS XYlllSlJLf1llg l l l1l3lC9 l11t 11111s1eals, lllfl be111t1f11l opens these are ex1111ples of seleet1o11s llCl1'Cl Ill the Cl 1ss1c1l 'Xlusre Club ll1e purpose of the club IS to promote 111 rnterest 111 111d 111 llIlClLl'9l"llKl11lg of cl1s SIC 1l 111cl SL1111 CllSSlC1l 11111s1e Formed l1st XCJ1' b1 'Xlr Belden and Drelx S C11 tl club 1S open to 1111 student 111terested 111 broaden 1110 lllS l111o11ledge Of Il1llS1C Beetl1o1e11 TSClldll1OX!SlxV Crreg and Bach the MC HS stung orchestra, under the capable d1reet1o11 of Palmer AIKIHII has played the works of many fl1I1Oll9 composers ll1e orcl1estr1 p.1rt1e1p11tul 111 the Nlusrc llcstnal the Chrrstmas assembly the A111111.1l Y M C A Bmquct lllll Studred 111 the stung Cl1Il1C at Purdue Un1vers Our orel1estr1 PIOX rdes 1 L11 111ce for pllpllS to de1elop tl1e1r sk1ll 111 fme 111us1c and express t11c11' talents fllfflllgll crcatne perfor111a11ees 111 the elassres 16 ' l1dRl Row I e111 XX olf lxlren Bol111st1dt B0bb1 lNIerr111e1tl1er Y 111111 Runge Cer 11 CII her Row 2 Drd. 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' 1t1. 1 gk G vb ,Avi ,Z 1 ' v HARMCNY IS THEIR BY-WGRD ROW I Char11111ne Freennn APIIIISH Smrth .1111ee VVood Robert Uhles KlTfJ1IXfllCbCT Souyrz Butts udx Lme Row 2 D1Ie Xhuslxx xIlI1l1llRfJllI1lC11 XIIIXIII l1111ber11I1e XI11' The term 1111dr1g1ls refers to 1 16th eeuturx song txpe Ih1t p1rt1eul1r pcrrod 111 hrstorx xxas ellled the Colden Xffe of A CIIDLIII Slllglllg Thls term 18 st1U xx ldelx used 111 111us1C tod IX Our Xlldflflhs INICIC up of txxeutx students xxrth select xolces Slllf' SlX.Clll1lC.d 111us1e for Pl X s fr1teru1l 0fglIllllfl0l1S Church groups, and Ihe dehghtful lDl'LSCIltltlOI1 of Down 111 the X 1llu hx the Ilstou bemor Hrgh Choral De p11rt111e11t proxed the troupers abrhtx Fherr cxpressrous xx ere Ht for .111 Easter Sun du chmr so serrous md decheated xxere thex 11118 xx IS 011C of the co111ph111c11ts pzud bx the Xcxxs 1j1SlJltCl1 o11 the eists outsta11d111g xxork Ihe storx xx IS xxell uted md sung It consrst ed of 1 suuple loxe b1ll1d of x rllex folk 111 thelr folk stxle lhe 1uche11ce expressed thur srueere clehfht hx C,l1fllllS1lStlL 1ppl1use throughout the LXLIIIIIQ X111 Biugb Bobb1e NIer1xse1tber Frredi Axad ROW 3 Roume He11dr1c11 George XY rlkcr Gene quuxs ROW 4 Stexe gmrth D011 Azar Robert Drrks DCIIIIIS Hrppensteel Denms Hrppensteel Robert Nfrller Lerox C111 er Ixmn lrmmerrek 111d lom Alornson rehearse for the opera -in 1-if 17 ,, 1 ' 0 , 'Az I' 1 , ' '1 .1 ', L1"."',1i'2l ,11"" L',l2- '. 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'l'irn Armstrong, Eugene Samys, Dennis Clark, Iames Agerny, Steve Smith, lean W'olt, Lynn Ulrich, Sonjia Butts, Sharon Boese, ROW 2 lean Schwestka lllariana Roumell, Karel Klillard, Ioyce llennard, Nancy Kunkel, Klarcia XlcFeely, Donna Wiscrnore, Xlelvin Meriyveather, Ronnie llendrick, Xlarvin Baugh, Robert Dirks, Don Azar, Karol Krueger, hlarilyn Portcrtield, Iudi Poternpa, Selma Nadat, ROW 3 Darlene llurley, Nancy Doolittle, Indy Olson, Phyllis Killingbeck, Linda Peus, Karen Hapke, Karen Trask, Carlton VC'ise, hlarvin Timberlake, George W'alker, Dennis Ilippensteel, Iohn Price, Lois Nash, lflileen Nlcer, Patricia Blumenfeld, Indy Lane, Carolyn Kusznraul. ROW 4 Crystal liabian, Eloise Snyder, Nanci Schroeder. Iackie lfllaby, Ioan Spychalski, Sally Klusovsky, llelen Nleece, Dale Alinsky, Marilyn LaRocea, Bobbie Xleriweather, Bill Stanley, lffdward Peebles, Leroy Grieger, Willistine llarris, Donna Zawacki, Frieda Ayad, Barbara Kriesel, Sharon Krug, and Mr, Edward Wfells, director. Beautibull WI ' e Att I.. fs! l'i s K , gfiefifi-ff' "'t ' gg t , ' ,P Q7 li fgj t'Cood times galore!" is the opinion of every member on the Ir.-Sr. Chorus. Under the direc- tion of Mr. XVells, the chorus practices hard and has a good time doing it. In the fall half of the members were chosen to sing in South Bend for the North Central Indi- ana Choral Festival given for the teaeher's con- vention. Our students had a tremendous time singing and getting acquainted with thc repre- sentatives of other schools. The chorus, striking in their new red and white robes, participated in the Thanksgiving assembly "" program, sang Christmas carols at the Merchants National Bank, performed for the Parent-Teaelv ers' Nlusic Club, and took part in the Spring Op- eretta. Perhaps their greatest accomplishment was their performance in the Christmas concert. Fea- tured in this program was the Christmas Oratorio, in which twelve soloists sang special parts, ZICCOIH- panicd by the rest of the choir. 'l'he Ir.-Sr. Chorus gives everyone enrolled a chance to perform in a manner that equals his capabilities. Sing, Sing, Sing! The Sophomore Chorus en- joys the time they spend yocalizing in the glee club room. Folksongs, classical, and semiclassi- cal music are the main fare for the chorus. Participating in the LaPorte Music Clinic is a long-awaited event. This takes place in the spring, and is under the leadership of an outstanding choral director. The Sophomore Chorus presents two assem- hlics in the fall and spring. This is done in con- junction with the junior-Senior Chorus. During the Christmas season they participated in a concert in which they presented the stirring "Christmas Oratoriou by Saint-Saens. This was also done jointly with the junior-Senior Chorus. You can sing- eycn on a hayride, and that is just what the Sophomore Chorus did. 5. ff wg V r sw. 5 , ,. 1.5 sy , 5' rfsgj Q if , T 3' ' 1 f' t 'W-W, ,,,,, .., ..www-WW" 3 ROW I Slargarct Alillarcl, Karla llenry, Stella Diniielc. Ruth Ifclwarcls, Carol W'cntlancl. XYYll1lI1I.1"lSlICl'. Diane Knlalcowslzi, Ron Ianneliowslci, Billy Tnclcer, Lanny Ding- nian, Yvayne lioelnnaier, Robert Uliles, Karen lfraley. Sandra Ioseli, Ianiee Reed. ROW 2 Nlatlcline 'lkriitlott Carol Zawaclzi, Ianiee Pills, Diane XY'sial:i, Beverly Syrlow. Karen Bolinstaclt, Darlene Ziebart, liieliarcl DnHy, Iaines Xlenges, Clarence Tiniberlalce, .Nlelyin Bowman, lay Nash, Bette Samuelson, Beverly Storey, Coral Robbins, ROW 3 Elaine Hagen, Karen Tatarski, Karen Burlclow, Carolyn Klillcr, Sharon Sarlenwater, Darren Weber, Indy Papineau, Clarl: Nlatotte, Cleni Seliroll, Ronny Pace, Barbara Czizek, lucly llootclietlc, Diane Nlolianiecl, Sondra 'l'reece, Karen Curry, Incly Baines, .-Xrtlell lgelslii. ROW 4 Della Iosepli. Ilelen llaaelc, l.lewellyn Xliller, Carol Craft, lmnixe Da- bagia. loanne Bryant, Xlaris Xliller. Sharon Hrancl, Pat Cranaclci. led Curtis. W'illie Shannon, 'I ini Reieliel, Bob Forney. Larry Chambers, Betty Pearson, Ann Kelley, Karen Bartels, Cliarniaine Freeman, loyce Major, Sondra Carnes, Barbara Solner Q 1 'S au. -1, ROW 1 Suzy' l'lL'TilllSUll, K.1y' Ciiiigiyyxiyy Roberta Reppert, 111.111 Xkliuicls, Nfiuty C1llXL'Ti,lQ'iI1l Kliiig, fN'.1i1ey'D11111bkr1yy'- ski. leui IHl1.II1SL'1l, ll.1rb.1r.1 Kemp, ROW 2 Sindy' Ulrich. I.1tk1e l'll.1byp Cy11tl1i,1 lJ.Il1.l, lime Kiieller, Donna llriek- YKX ., 44 - I - 'llie busy girls you see workiug beliiud the desk iu the lib1'uryt ure the lhhlites. XYith the uid of their spuusur, Xliss llililberg, they' ure legiruiug huyy' tu perluriu the duties of Ll librnriuu. Dusting piirties iuuy' uut sound like uiueh full, lllll if yuu zisk the cipiuiou of Qiuy' llllilite, she will tell you they' ure 'tgreiitf' Clue wt the big soeiul eveuts of the seluiol year is the lliililite 'l'eg1. 'l'l1is year it yyus held duriug the Clliristuius season, aud the library' was beauti- fully deeuruted for the Oeensiou by' the girls, Au wrigiuiil skit eutitled 'ABabes iu VllOy'lQlI1Cln por- trgiyed the true uieiuiiug of Christuius. The girls iu their p.u'ty' dresses preseuted nu attraetiye pie- ture to their guests. lietpiiise the library' is the heart of the sehool. the llililites ure iui especially' vital part of lflstou lhgli, XYlIL'Il you see Ll girl wearing 21 Duhlite pin yuu eiui iuiderstuiul why' she wears it with sueh pride. 20 ROW 3 Kliss Klildred llililberg. lleleu llgiryille, Azure l'll'1lSCf, l3.1rl111r41 Sgiyiiiski. Iudy' lrfsepli, Ly'1111 111111, IDl.lI1C Pitt,l'fy'ely'11Si11itl1,Sl1.1ro11Spqirks A rf': 1rs-2f l fsfg Dzihlitc liiekic lflliiby' helps Bill Breiiiiiig lcieute sulrjeet eurds for his term paper. ,L Q X 5 son, Kiireu llibiier, Szirgi llugsleyx l311rb.1r11 Killiziglleelc. George Poland issues a detention to Nancy Doinbkowski. 'llyerytliing is under control" is the niotto of thc Nl. C. llall Patrol. Under the sponsorship of Mr. George Irgang this organization is 'ttops" in its Held. The patrol keeps an orderly and steady nioyeincut of the students. There are three types of duties- post duty is the responsibility of the assigned nicinber to keep things running smooth- ly, the roving patrolnian watches for a member who is not on duty and takes up that post until the patrolnian arrives, last, but certainly not least, is the chief and his captains who see that all duties and responsibilities are carried out. Chief of this ycar's squad is George Olsen. Ray Chapala is chief during thc noon hour. Captains are Dennis Sadlow- ski, Dennis Sorgc, Tony Raniion, Keith llohnes, Ron Fiegc, Mike' Cochran, YVal- ter Skicrkoxyski, Ron Baker, Toni Satur- day, Skip Pierce and Fred Blissnier. mtg Rllfbii Rlwruja aitkliull ROW 1 loin Saturday, Dennis Sorge, Keith llolrnes, Den- nis Sadloxyski, Dick Baker, Skip Pierce, lluntley llgilyorson, ROW 2 Ray llelrlrncier, Willie Shannon, Xlary Davis, Carole K uclscn Ccor e Olsen, Ray Cliapala, lanet Skierkoiyski, Delores Dnrs Ron Fiege, Bob Dornbkowski, ROW 3 lirecl lilissrncr eff Kruc er, Ron Cruise, lion Ryda, Bob Chap- l Due uirin George Poland, Iirn Farina, Robert Nculicb, hlelyin fXleriweatlier, Doug Booth, ROW 4 Steve Pohl, Don Azar, Doug ltforrison, Eugene Sarnys, 'l'irn Arrnstrong, Craig Nlillbranth, Ron Baker, Verne Hixon, Nick Krochnial, Alike Cochran, Mr. lrgang, ROW 5 Ken Brooks, Chris 'l'irnrn, lack Butts, Dennis Baker, Iesse hleri- weathcr, Charlie Higgs, Bruce Leroy, Tony Rarnion, Charles Schoniaker, lack GriHin, Wfayne Orzech Q fQ Mvlgkx 13111151 RIM 1,131 Wh 15 AIM OF 1I1Y boss 01111 Prrce Ger1lcl Rxba 111d 101111 Bentlex C11I1Sfl11JS project Row 1 1111Cs Qouslex Ruth Ixeppcn Leon Zollrou sL1 Q11 Ixruc cr 1xa11 Brooks 01111 Ixrcbs ld XYO0C1l'l1H Ron BILCI' Bob DCJ11l171x1JXlSLl ROW 2 01111 13c11t1ex D1t1t Ll1'17l1191d Bob C1llIJl1l 13111 PCc1c B1111x111111 'NI1rx111 X1lL1CL1f.S C1ll1C1x OBr111 er D111 Conde 1111 11111111 cm Rxb1 ROW 3 Norm Dlblbll cm Broun 1 The purpose of the H1Y Club IS to create, 111a111ta111, and extend hrgh standards of Cl1I1St13D character throughout the l1o111e school and com 111u111tx The boxs xxorlx hard to fulhll H115 purpose bx actuclx partrcrpatlug 111 mam beneficral prol cc s Ther sold basketball programs durmg the sea so11 to obtam the 111o11ex mth xx l11cl1 ther bought food and clothmg for ueedx f11111l1es at Chr1st 111.13 Xlso thcx CO1llIY1bLlfCCl to the Hungarlan Re hef Fund P0110 Dmc and the Heart Fund H1 Y members gnc much of therr trme 111 sen rug the co111111u111tx through pa111t up clean up md other txpes of dm es XY l1lfC1x Bob Pollock D111 Coberlx 01111 Pr1ce Cl11r1eS xflfflll Bll1'fO1lBlTf1Cff XIILE. Corhrm Bob PC1111 'Hr 131111111111 ROW 4 IDLIIIUS Noufd Ulm W111110n D011 Croch LQ11 5111111 IKOII XY 1e11ousL1 Ixc1t11 Holmes Wfal ter 911111111111 9111 D111 Baller 1 cl Pccblcs joe Rsb1ck1 Tun Re1c11e1 W 5 ya if EA X? 5 ii k,-' ' 41545 zikkuay M., M, , , WMF X ,V ,T ,X , wir 5 1 is 12 Q 1 1 11 1 rf 1 V7 7 - .1 1 .1 I V 4' - t . v 2 ' I I - ' . 1' , I' I ' ' Y ' 7 ' I' ' 7 ' 7 Z 1 ' . purchase c1ot11111g for fCC1l-2lgCl'S at Beatty HS part of t11C1r I . ' U , ' . , I ' 7 ' , - , - , , , , , 13. 112.4 My l,12A' -Y 1.41 'Y 1- ' in '- I " "1, 1 1102, I' ', 1111 - " M. ,M "' 1 M ' f 1 ,, Q 'J -3 , by A A , f ,x J J, A 1,41 Q g' L ' X .. will ' ' 1 1 f 1 ...S v 9 1 S V 22 -:WY if RIO J The purpose of our three Tri-I Ii-Y Clubs is to promote Christian icleuls through 5ociul service projcctx which give the girls ini opportunity to work together to help others, to trgiin thein in lciiclership, and to help theni grow socially through the Ilfglllllllllllll zincl conipletion of eluh piogniiiis zincl proj- ects. The cluhs grre zithliutecl with the Sen- ior High School and the Y.Nl.C.A. The only nicnihership recjuireinent is that you inust he L1 student in senior high school. Our school has '37, '58, and '59 cluhs, for seniors, juniors :incl sophomores rcspectivehy One of the service proj- ects of the cluhs this year was the hlling of 'llliuiiksgiviiig lmslcets, which were given to needy families in the city. This is just one of nuniy of the projects and the services performed by the clubs. ROW 1 Sue Culvert, Ifsthcr Duble, Doiiine Pritehzircl, Lyn Anderson, Pat Stihhe, Ieain Welt, B.irh:im Vifitts, Bluff' Corniinz, Kurcn De W'itt, lfliiiiic Selnnitt, ROW 2 Burlbnrzi Price, Inch' Kopploinqni, Ruth Crinmcl, Sunclrii Iiohnstziclt, Sheil.i Xlcftlillgni. Carrol I,eu'is, Ifniili' Swistek, Inch' Lini- T er, Pat Ilgiiiriuxilt, Int K!Jl.11lL!tk, Ioh.inn.i lI.iger, xI.ITLl.l Sliildi, ROW 3 Mrs, Sprague, I'il.iine Witteiihurg, I.ine IW Q13-,. ...gi - A - -it qi --A him bb 14- Lynda Loeber, Ieain XY"olt, Ruth C-rinrod, BLlIbL1I8'XKv8f'fS, and Dezninii Scott wmp Chrixtnms gifts for patients at Beatty Munorizil Ilospitiil. Iolinxton, Ruth Rrisiiiiisseii, I,x'ncl.i Loeher, Sheila Dottie, I3e,nin.i Stott, Bev joliiisoii, Lynn Ulrich, SIIYLIIIIIC W'ei5S, K.iren l"ixher, Ilonngi lfrielcwn, Kziren Ilihner, ROW 4 Cetelm 1,e-ieiiilniixki, Sue Curlsoii. .Xrlene Kozixiteli. jogin C lirniwlei Nnzcl i XX IL e 3 Li . r. Hi 'e, Irint Requgirth. 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A . '. . 5 . . A 0,1 ,.. L 2 ' f , ' 1 . A ' A1 2 1' ' - 1 14 .M I I A N 5 1, 1 ' ' ' 1 .1 1 1 vc 1' , . 11 f 'I ,K N 1 , . , , ,', " . 7'- . . 1. 1 4 - - ' 1 1 luck 1,111clc11111c'1'c'r, ROW 2 Larry 11.1f11I1L111. 1f,cl11'z1rc1 1'1111:c'1. 12111105 Slillllillllll, lc' g' ' 1 g,I1 ,Ag g. A' 5, 1111 1 c ' '1, ' " I' 1 . . 'K ' 13 - W ,H ' - my 1 - V, , 1. u- fa' , . . ' ' . -I wb ' . ' , I 1 1' .. . . AL. , ' L '. V h 'AY' .I 'xv 1 v L ' . ' ' ' ,.'-V Ii-- ". , L Ll , ' ' 2 - D . 1 ' A , . ,L 1 , , ' 2 L ' 'l ' , 1 . r -.1 2 f 13 . Y 1 N w N I 1' 1 E T X v ' x 1 1-SW' . . 1 " " S , 2 . 'L ' 1 1 1 ' . 1' ' b L LQ ' ' 1 ga J 1 ' ' Lf 1 ' 1'1lC.'.7..'.'1"2 '1 tb1' . ,I ' .V .1 , . . 1 1' 1, ' Q A 4 -, , I 11 V. r . . f ' W ' 1,51 'D ' '. 2 - ff ' , . , 1 1 ' Q 1 , z tl . L ' L D '1'h1 '. . z - A ' 1 " al ' D . ROW 1 Susie Calvert, Iovce MeCorqnoda1e, Ieanene Briese, Tom Smith, Elaine Ritter, Barbara Abraliain, Danora XY'aterliouse. ROW 2 Iucli Ahraliani, lean Iohansen, Sara Pugslev, Sharon Ritter, Katlirvn Steele, Della losepli, Bob 11ver, ROW 3 Kim, Ufqulmffy ,udp Fm. nev, Carol White, Xanev 11all, Sharon Sparks, lid lfinlqel, ROW 4 Iudi Crawford, Darlene Ziebart, Douglas Nlorrison, Clifford llinlclev, llarolcl Seovel, Elaine llanlce, Carol W'illiainson l The Xlieliigan Citv lligh School division of the lunior Red Cross contributes service. This vear the various committees did such jobs as making cartoon scraphooks for the veter- an's hospitals, hlliug box- es for overseas children, and preparing bedside bags and trav novelties for hospitals. The mem- bers of the Iunior Red Cross have done a fine job of putting more hap- piness into many hearts. Red Ciziaa Ratings tsleiwirfees lilfmg Hearts Stiirriissvrit. issue? ecidea Qmpwctaut W1 The purpose of the Student Co-operative Coverninent in our school, is to promote better citizenship among the students, to maintain good order, and to promote the best co-operation possible hetxveen the faculty and the students. '1'l1e Student Council meets everv tivo vveeks, and is under the direction of Miss XVolfe. lfach sponsor room has an elected representative in the Council, and the representa- tives discuss any matters sub- mitted bv the students and problems around the school. All members of the Council pledge themselves to be a loyal member of the Student Council and to live up to and support the regulations of our school. ROW I Cail Xvinslzi, Mariana Roinnell, Nancv Calvert, Xanev Kunkel, lim Farina Pat llanaivalt. llelen llaaelc. Rosie Iacohs. Danora XY'atcrIionse, ROW 2 Xliss Wolfe Klaxine 1'ehler, Sue lanoslci, Karen Knieslev, XY'enclv lllanlc, Iuclv Krebs, Iaelcie Fon tana. Ruth Grinrocl, Donna Xviseniore, lieth Collins, Kav Conaivav, ROW 3 liriedn Avail, .Xnn 1"raser, lleverlv lfcller, Dave lappens, Dave Blanli. Ken lloese, Dong Xlor rison, 1.1414 llioinpson, Norinaii Selnnnaker. Paul Olson. Robert Nenlieh, ROW 4 Iucli Ackil, Deliin Iones, Steve 1'olil, Keitli 11U111lCS,.1,L'l1 .'Xloli.nnecl, Dennis Sorge 1110111 Darinan, lini Arinstrong, George Rogers, George YY'alker, Della losepli 29 Mr. Donoglrue raises a point of order. The speakers and rebutters are selected, and each prepares a brief speech. After the afhrinative and negative speeches are given, there are two rebuttals. Then the club has open discus- sion, after which two votes are taken. One is based on personal opinion, the other on presentation. Thus the students of ljlston lligh receive the chance to air their views on current events. ROW 1 Pat Dorton, Dick Spear, luclv Martin. George Wallcer, Indv Papincan. ROW 2 Xornian Lowe, Pattv Bacon, Ronald Davis, Inch' Ienlcins, Norman Scliuniaclcer, Bette Samuelson, ROW 3 Karen Curry, Dennis Lvon, jim 'tY iii.timsi. . EQ T Resolved, That there is a God, That Red China should be given a seat in the U. N., That religion should be taught in school - such interesting topics are avpidlv debated in Forum Club. ln an infonual wav, international, national, state, local, and school affairs are discussed bv lforuin Club nieinbers. The topic for each meeting is chosen bv a inaioritv vote froni a panel of four resolutions offered froni the floor. H. , . and I do declare!" savs George Vilillcer. Noveroslce, Xlr. Donoghne. Robert Nenlieb, Sanclv Ulriell, ROW 4 Marv Dnigler. Inch' Aclcil, Inn Gatzlca, George Olsen, lingerie Sanus. Nancv Dingler e Qt C' Pannt Spots, tl1e art club of Elston Ihgh was cruted to extend to lll mterested students the chance of worlong 111 art 111d Crafts Under tl1c d1rect1o11 of Nhss VK 1l11111 Connner the club pro lHOfCS ab1l1t1 111 tl1e art1st1c.1ll1 lHCl1llCCl XlCCt1IlgS are held at 3 P Nl on Nlondzns ljllf lllg A t1 p1cal meetlng the members NK orlt 011 an art or craft 111 wlnch the1 are mterested Tlns H132 be CCr.11111Cs o1l Pdlllllllg en.1111eled 1611 elr1 or 111odel 111g C1211 The Pamt Spots haxe three mam soclal 3CtlXl t1es durmg the 1ear L1er1 o11e looks foward to the buffet st1le Cl11'1SfI'H3S banquet the tr1p to the Art II1StItlltC 111 Clueago, and part1C1pat1on 111 the annual school art Ctilllblt held 1n N131 1 ii BRI bl lhb lldl 911c11dsL11 zchnzres the crc1t11e 11 orlt of GLTTX Souslu ROW 1 I LI 'NI rshltt I3 th r Xbr I 111 Illll Cr111ford Cml Cflfl ROW 3 ll11ll1s IXIHIII hed. 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Q 5 V Sunken, Snaillo, and Puppy Dug Taiko Anyone interested in bugs, butterflies, plants, and various scientific projects should join the Science Club Under the direction of Nlr Dehne the club mem bers spend most of their time working tou ard the solution of problems concerned mth Science Fair prolects These proiects haxe placed in both the Nlichigan Citx and Regional Science Fairs ROW I Bob Hwer Phil Conauai Tom Hess im Lindeman Delim ones Bob 'Neulieb work in lab clunky us Keg in Slip Shcko Succeoo Under the sponsorship of William Cviffel Slip Sticks is one of the most aetne clubs in school I aeh month a trip is taken to an industrs in the xieinits of Nliehigan Citx Ihere is 1 bus trip to Chicago, and one to the regional Science Fair in X alparaiso Exerx week one of the members gnes a talk related to some phise of mathematics or science There IS an annual Christmas parts and in the spring ther gnc a pizzr parts ind a beach parts To rom Slip Sticks a geometrx student must xx rite a fue hundred xxord theme on some phase of math ematics This is iudged and grided bx an appointed committee The name Slip Sticks comes from the nickname for thc matlicmatieian s slidcrule XVl'11lC the club places an emphasis on the different phases of mathcmitics and science it has actixities that will appeal to exersone ROW I Iean Schwestlca Christel XVachsmuth Douglas 3 Steie lolil ken Wise Chris Fimm Charles Schumaker Booth Yiiian Runge Robert 'Neulieh ern lxling ROW 2 llenri Schultz Robert 'Uurrn ohn llrrris 'Ur William Nielc Krueger Gem Selmestkz lom Hess Normin Sehu C iffel maker Glenda Greening Gem Souslex Hob llier ROW 33 , . , 'I .x 0 U 0 o s I , . 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CONCESSIQNS ROW I Maryann Roberts, Sharon Roark, Sandy Gresham, Roberta Reppert, Chris Timm, Dale Goede, Ioyce Skivers, Don Simpson, Bill Beecher, ROW 2 Donna W'isemore, Karen W'oss, Susie Pryzbylinski, Nancy Grieyisli, Donna Miller, Pat Blumenfeld, Carolyn Kuszinaul, Sharon Boese, Beyerly Roeske, Barb Gralik, Iudy Olsen, Kurt Pahl, ROW 3 Tom Smith, Suzy Ferguson, Nancy Dombkowski, Indy Tough, Karen Reed, Susan Handort, Nancy Kunkel, Gerry Sehwestka, Margaret Milburn, Donna Volk, Rosie Iacobs, Eileen Meer, Ralph XVilliams, Dennis Alosher, ROW I Kurt Pahl, Rosie Iacobs, Maryann Roberts, Ken Thompson, Sandra Gresham, Chris.Timm, Dale Goode, Gene Bancroft, Ron Davis, ROW 2 hir. Lonzo, Nancy Kunkel, Beverly Roeske, Yvonne Seedorf, W'inifred Thompson, Roberta Reppert, Donna Volk, Doima lXliller, Darlene Noyak, Ioan Spychalski, Donna Scott, Beth Col- lins, Indy Tough, Karen Reed, Barbara Gralik, Iane Holmes, ROW 3 Gerry Sehwestka, Susie Skierkowski, Sharon Boese, Priscilla Saturday, Ianet Inman, Carolyn Air. Lonzo, ROW 4 Steve Pohl, Cynthia Dana, Barbara Abraham, Xvinifrcd Thompson, Ioan Bonfield, Iudy Craw- ford, Priscilla Saturday, Ieannine Sam, Iosie Coberly, Kar- en Couch, Darlene Novak, Virginia Volstorf, Beth Collins, Connie Koniecyny, Ron Davis, ROW 5 Bill Bucklin, Pat Bleyers, Iean Iohansen, Louise Peters, Edward Peebles, Bobbie fNIeriweather, W'anda Herrbach, Anne Fraser, Sandy Flotow, Indy Ioseph, Tim Armstrong, Alike Sums, Tom Darman, Fred Blissmer, Gene Bancroft Kusxmaul, Gail Cochran, Nadine Fowler, Karen Couch, Iosie Cobcrley, Sue Hedrick, Fileen lNIeer, Selma Nadaf, Indy Olson, Barb Tuel, Bob Chapala, ROW 4 Donna W"isemore, Iudy Ahlgrim, Iudi Finney, Iean Iohansen, Freda Ayacl, Nancy Dornbkowski, Fred Blissmer, Doug Klorrison, Bill Carlisle, Bill Bucklin, Tom Smith, Howard Kubscli, Ralph VVilliams, Don Groeh, Coimie Konieezny, Elizabeth Fisher M43 mm rrrirlf Romans strolling through the halls, in togas. niav seem a strange sight to anvone but Latin Club members. These Romans are preparing to go to the Latin Club Banquet. This is an annual event prepared bv the club. Prizes are given for the most authentic dress. Cwamcs are played, and dinner is served bv slaves from the first vear Latin classes. "Alvvavs Have Fun!" and "Tempus Fugitlu could be the mottocs of the Latin Club. 'I'hcv are continuallv planning some activitv - vvhcther it be thc purchase of slides or the radio plav, the Roman Banquet or decoration of the bulletin board. Alvvavs active, the Romans of Latin Club are continuallv striving to shovv to others that Latin is not a dead lan uaffe, and thev are certainlv g :J l succeeding. 5 4' :ii WW ll we .ir 'W Dennis Sorge and Karen Bruemrner pose in back of Ro- man sacrificial brazier. ROW I jean Kling. Marcia Coar, Sharon Boese, Beth Col- lins. Sandv Gresham, George Wlilker, Iudv Olson, Selma Nadaf, Karen Brucrnnier, lackie Waight, ROW 2 Donna Nliller, Pat Iohnston, Donna Volk, Phvllis Novak, Doris XY'vinan, Sue Hendrick, Diane Pitt, Marv Sue Russell. Iudv Lauer, Iirn Lindernan, Bliss Ilenrv, ROW 3 Iohn Bentlev, Roberta Reppert, Nadine Fowler, Sharon Pedue. Darlene Novak. Iuclv Tough. Sandec Ellison, Bobbi' Xleri- vveather, Gene Sanivs, .Xnnaniarie Downs, hlardelle Bon- ner, ROW 4 Don Azar, Christine Nlarszalek, Ianct Skier- kovvski, Dennis Sorge, Steve Pohl, Fred Lieber, lack Grif- fin. Douglas Xlorrison, Delvin lones. Irene Levenclonski. Billie Burton Um A5687 nl- in' Senorrta Ferguson watches Senorita Crinrod break a pinata. ,Boglje ROW 1 Steve Kottler, Suzy Ferguson, Charles Spinning Lorraine Kohn, Chris Tirnrn, Denita Davis, Dan Cold rnan, loyce Slciyers, ROW 2 Airs. Spiro, hlargaret Rob bins, Paulita Hague, Susie Przybylinski, Diane hlohamed Susie Florent, Penny hleyer, Pat Dawson, Larry Covert, ROW 3 Sharon Harrigan, Ruth Grinrod, Glenda Davis, "Adelante Siempre Adelanten lForward Al- ways Forwardj is the motto of the Pan American League. The purpose of the Pan American Club is to promote better understanding between Spanish- speaking and linglish-speaking peoples. In this way members of the club serve their school by learning about and practicing brotherhood. Meetings are held once a month at the homes of members. At each meeting the students learn about the culture and people of Spanish-speaking countries from a speaker, color films, or slides. At the Christmas meeting L'Las Pasadas" is pre- sented in Spanish and Spanish carols are sung. The highlight of this meeting is the breaking of the traditional "pinata" of Mexico! April l-ith is Pan American Day. On this day an all-school assembly program is presented by the members to acquaint other students with our South American neighbors. The banquet in May combines both learning and entertainment, it culminates a year in Pan American Club and is something that will be long remembered! Nancy Kunkel, lane Krreller, Indy Krebs, Karen Curry, Susan llandorf, Sharon llinim, ROW 4 Robert Chapala, Don Croeh, Karen Courley, Don Blackmond, Tim Arm- strong, Dixie Taylor, Karen Bartels, Dennis Baker, Bob Ebert, Torn Damian ROW I Suzy Ferguson, Nancy Kunkel, Ron Colborne, mell, ROW 3 Elaine VVittenberg, Freida Ayad, Fred lean Kling, Dennis Hippensteel, Pat lianawalt, Lorraine Wfood, Fred Lieber, Steve Pohl, Bill Price, hlary Gorman, Kohn, ROW 2 bliss Luck, Lvnda Loeber, Ruth Rasmus- Barb11raAbral1g1n1 sen, Deanna Scott, Don Azar, Dick Spear, Mariana Rou- ALL THE XVORLDS A STAGE ohanna Hager Ron Colorne and lean Khng rehears scene for our cameraman Act uell sour part thcre all the honor hes The arm of the Xdf1OU'1l lhespmns IS to create a spirit of actue and 111tell1gent mtcrest 111 clramat ICS among boss and g1rls of the sccondarx schools In order to become a member of Thespmns one must haxe ten points gained bs p'1rt1c1pat1o11 111 a plax backstage xx orlx rad1o plaxs and other dramatic orgamzations. fXnn11alh' E1 one-act play is presented to thc drama department Ot the YYo111e11 5 Study Club. Also a play is given for the student body in the spring. NX hen it is possible the Thespians attend the state drama conference and the group goes to see a play 111 Chicago. They conclude thc school year with a beach party. !5I,ifXCKPRIARS DELIGHT AUDIENCE Fred Wfood, Marvin Angeledes, Patty Bacon, Marily Hill, Sandy Gresham, Indy Ioseph, Darren Wfeber, and Carolyn Kuszmanl shown in a scene from "The Gift of 'l'enyin." ROW 1 Steve Kottler, Cynthia Dana, Steve Pohl, Linda lloffrnan, Gene Schmitt, Ianet Inman, Iean Iohansen, Gail Wfinski, Claire Bonfield, Arlene Roush, hlarolyn Lewis, ROW 2 Karen Kneisley, Sue Wfinski, hlariana Ron- rnell, Ioyce llcrinard, Sandy Ulrich, Carol XVells, Indy Finney, Iudy Alilgrirn, Carolyn Knsznranl, Gail Kost, Rosie Iacobs, Lorraine Kohn, Sandy Shank, Carol XVcnt- land, Diane Kulakoyvski, Danora W'aterhonse, Xlrs. Pohl, ROW 3 Phyllis Klarsli, Elaine W'ittenberg, Dottie Taylor, ltlarianne Blank, Darren XVeber, Indy Papinean, Phyllis Novak, Diane Mohamed, Priscilla Saturday, Pat Dorton, A well-received performance requires inneh skill and knowl- edge on the part of the entire east. Costumes, scenery, acting, directing - these are the main aspects studied. The Blackfriar Club, sponsor- ed by Mrs. Helen Pohl, gives in- terested students a chance to broaden their knowledge and ex- perience in dramaties. During the meetings, mem- bers participate in such activities as experimenting in make-np, skits, drills, or listening to lec- tures given by authorities in the field of acting. liach year the club presents a play for the entire student body. This ycar's play was "The Gift of 'Ilenyin," a Iapanese version of the traditional Christmas story. Being an active member in Blackfriars is often the gateway to becoming a Thespiau or, per- haps, the starting point in an acting career! Iackie Fontana, Susan llandorf, Sharon Sadenwater, W'cndy Reitrnan, Pat Bacon, Barbara Rude, ROW 4 Ed Peebles, Nancy Kunkel, lflaine Ritter, liflaine Zrinv, Pat Dawson, Pat Ilaack, Indy Bootcheck, Sara Pugsley, Sharon Schudorick. W'endy Blank, lflizabeth Allen, Christy Clements, Bonnie Black, Barbara Kemp, Carol Parker, Ronnie llendricks, ROW 5 Norman Loyve, Sharon Ritter, Karen Xlarks, Marilyn Sheppcrson, hlary Gring, Iudi Ae- kil, Nlarily llill, Sandy Gresham, Fred W'ood, Indy Io- seph, Frieda Ayad, Donna Berrison, Kay Beach, Karen Gourlcy, Fvelvn Smith, Lynn Ianz, Fred Lieber H3 'fr . :Q 'The class of '57 has clone it again!" was the eonnnent of many people as they left the lunior lligh Auditorium after seeing the senior play. 'llhey were favorably inipressecl hr' the outstancl, ing ability of the east, which was uncler the ahle clireetion of Xlrs. llelen Pohl. Nlr. llaroltl XYegf ner was teehnieal clireetor. XYhat would you clo if cleath cleeiclecl to take a threefclar holiday in your home? 'I'he Duke l.aniA bert cle Catoliea tl3ennis llippensteeli is faeecl with this problem. lle is unahlo to tell even his wife, Stephanie, tl'llaine Xlittenhnrgi who their guest really is. 'l'he fast nioving play is started by a Conversa- tion between lfeclele, the hutler, tllay Chapalaj and Cora, the inaicl flluth Rasniussenl. XYhile Death, tI.en Xlohaniecll, aiclecl by the lanip of illusion, enjoys his holiclay, the auclienee sees the personalities of the eharaeters ehange. Corraclo lllon Cfolhournel is afraicl his fi- anee, Cravia 1l'at llanawaltl is falling in love with the guest. ller mother lliyllllll Loelnerl notices a clifferenee in her manner, too. 'l'u'o other houseguests, .Xlcla llean Kling and Rhocla rlean Seliwestkai also fall in lore with the shaclouh 'l'he shaclon' finally ehooses Grazia. Xlajor XYhiteheacl 1Skip joreei, lirie l+'enton Lliennis Sorge 1, ancl Baron Caesarea 1 Xlarvin ,Xngeleclesl volunteer to give their lives to save Grazia. 'l'he final enrtairi c-loses on l7eath's ringing an- swer to all. "'l'hei'e is a love whieh easts out fear, ancl I hare fonncl it. .Xncl lore is greater than il- lusion ancl as strong as death!" Busy' seniors rehearse every night for their class play. Qrrwifw Brea ent C The audience was taken to the heart Of the deep South by the junior play, "The Great Big Doorstep". Complete with southern accent and Creole traditions, the juniors portrayed their characters skillfully, and brought peals of laughter from the audience. 'l'he play, given two nights, was received enthusiastically. The plot revolved around the efforts of the Crochet family to secure a house to match the doorstep which Nlr. Crochet had found floating down the river. Under the leadership of Mrs. Crochet 6Nancy Kunkel J, the family, lCvie fBar- bara Abrahainrj, 'l'opal fludy Finneyl, lilna tSnsie lfergusonj, Fleece 1Lorraine Kohnj, and Arthur f'l'im Armstrongl, tried to help their fa- ther, Commodore Crotchet tDon Azarlp get money to purchase a new house. For a time they thought they could obtain money from Dewey CroehetfStephen Pohl I, but this did not work out. 'l'hen their landlady, Xlrs. Dupre' tljriscilla Saturdayj wanted her rent and to complicate matters, Topal's cxboyfriend, 'Ilayo Delecroix Clloward Potterj seriously injured her new flame, 'l'obin flfred Lieberj in a brawl. Tobin had been their only other source of money. The tide was turned, however, when Mrs. Beau- mont Crochet, a florist from New Orleans, bought all of Nlrs. Crochet's lilies. Not realizing their value Nlrs. Crochet had been floating them Indy Finney, Barbara Abraliarn, Don Azar, and Nancy Kunkel help make "'l'l1e Great Big Doorstep" a success. I Ililarions scene from junior play down the river. Luckily, someone had found them and realizing their value and beauty had inform- ed the florist. 'l'l1e story ended happily. By all those who saw "'l'he C-reat Big Door- step", it was termed a success. Nluch credit goes to Xliss Luck, who directed the play and Iohn Mohamed, who designed the scenery. Y -.,...., '71 3 1 Q X .pb Busy editors, Bill Peek, Keith llolnies, Indy Ioseph, Sue Carlson, W alter Slcierlcowslci and Carol Lewis, plan next issue of Crimson Comet. is--flils A K iiiwk Lf? .g:4' gAfL:7i't affair tftfshl 292 at :p,:.ws Seated left to right: ROW 1 Helen Harville, Karen llapke, Darlene Swanson, Delores Davis, Doniue Pritchard, Phvl- lis Novak, Sheila Xlehlilliau, ROW 2 Miss XVieser, Charles Nlartin, Klariana Rouiucll, Indy Conklin, Denita Davis, Cynthia Dana, jean Iohausen, Ioan Woods, Gerry Selr XVhat would you do if you were given a '4scarabcaus"? Don't be alarmed. This is a reporter asking a question for an ar- ticle for the Comet. The Crimson Comet is published weekly by Miss XVicser's journalism class. livery Tuesday each subscriber anxiously awaits the arrival of his paper to read the latest school news. Not many students realize the work that goes into the pub- lication of the Comet. liaeh student in journalism contributes his share in the paper. He may be asked to interview a student, or some prominent person, or write up an assembly program, or school activity. First-hand experience is gained by the students who plan to go into future jour- nalistic work. The journalism staff not only publish- es a paper, but it is a regular credited class that can be taken by Iuniors and Seniors. The Comet is the voice ot the student body and is appreciated by all. westlca, Karen Kuieslev, ROW 3 llcury Lausge, Shirley Mill- inau, .-'sun Fraser, Bill Carlisle, Ceorge lfredeulnerg, Bob Pellar, Fred Blissiner, Bob Schaiuuaun, Bill Pollnoyv, Anita Klosiuslci. f K s eu .P ,, '-1: fl left to right. Dcnita Davis, Mary Sue Russell, ton Bartlett, George Poland, Sue Calvert, Bill Mfixey Beverly Iolmsen, Mrs. Curtis, Delores Davis, Lynda Leober. Mary Gorman, lack Griffin, janet Skierkowski, Anita Standing left to right: Huntley Halvorson, Michael Klosinslci, Doug Booth, Roberta Lyn Anderson. Cochran, Dick Spear, Carole Knudsen, Pat Robison, Bur- "VVhat makes a yearbook?" Ask this of any member of our Iillstonian staff and he will say, 'AA lot of hard work!" Many hours are spent in laying out the differ- ent sections, copywriting, selling ads, and handling subscriptions. Chosen at the end of our junior year, we began working on the annual in Sep- tember. Everything was new to us and our sponsor, Mrs. Ruth Curtis. Together we have studied and learned the many steps necessary to produce an outstanding year book. After much discussion, the theme and cover were chosen, we hope you agree that ours was a good choice. XVC decid- ed to change the format of the book which required much research. Many important decisions were made by a steering committee, composed of Editor Roberta Lyn Anderson, lean Kling, Doug Booth, Huntley Ilalvorson, Mrs. Curtis, and Mr. A. K. Smith, our principal. Now the staff presents the product of many months' work, our l957 IQLSTON- IAN. May it prove worthy Of the high ideals we have set for it - a treasured account of activities, student accomplish- ments, and faculty information - a fit- ting memorial to the class of '57! r we ELSTONIAN IS RECORD OF SCHOOL LIFE Copy editors lean Schwestlca, and lean Kling busily write copy as Lyn Anderson, Editor, looks on. 3 . .3 .5 Y, Nz -. if , . . ,,, . .. ,Y J , 2 r . -if 52 1' 2. K2 v we EL ':,.ri..5?ala 23 .gud , X qw , Z .wi . if iam ,ss t , . 4, ,r A, . . 1 , as a. for f ar my A Seated left to right: Karol Krueger, Indy Conklin, Pat Robison, Sue Carlson, Annamarie Downs, Pat Kolanczyk, Iohanna Hager, Arlene Koziatek, Carole Knudsen, Delores The cadet teaching program, under the direc- tion of Miss Eleanor O'Connor, represents an op- portunity for Elston students to explore the re- wards and problems of the teaching profession. The grave problem of Ending enough teachers to meet the demand of the coming years will be part- ly met in this way. Many students who are in this program are deciding to enter the teaching profession. Even of more basic importance, is the fact that the children themselves love the ex- perience of having a cadet teacher, working along with their regular teacher, helping them to learn. Davis. Standing: Carol Lewis, Noel Schlegelmilch, Ken Brooks, jackie Ellaby, Denita Davis. Ken Brooks explains fundamentals of science to sixth grade pupils at Marsh School. Delores Davis demonstrates lesson in badminton to her physical education class in junior High School. 44 K 3 if i NO HIGH .n""! Playing checkers proves entertaining to Al Wfhitlovv and Ron Baker. The noonhour activity program provides good food for hungry stomachs, physical recreation for sports-minded boys, quiet games for relaxation, conversation rooms for catching up on the latest gossip, and quiet study rooms for the studious in- dividual. 'l'he recreational program was designed this year to give students a variety of constructive activities during their lunch hours. These activi- ties are under the supervision of Mr. Harris, Mr. Sims, Miss Stuart, and Mr. Irgang. There are also student supply stores open dur- ing the tvvo noon periods, which are ru11 by School supplies are sold in student store. l'Up it goes ! !" hopes ferry Ryba. 2 Q F B L A members. The profits of the store help pay for our school assembly programsg therefore the store's benefits are double! Hungry students are served in the cafeteria, b if sa UAH right, girls: onescy, twosey, tlireesey, kick!" "l Pnl' a Spell On Yon," was sung by Ken Boese. tv- ,gr . ,X M. C. Henry Lange MG ll e fm, 'if tj gg j Expressions of satisfaction were heard as the "Mighty Seniors" enjoyed the First Sen- ior Class Party in the history of our school. The Erst part of the evening was spent in dancing to the latest "pop" records. An entertaining program was then pre- sented with Henry Lange as moderator. Ken Bocse, aided by a dummy friend, panto- miined the record, "I Put a Spell On You." Iackie lillaby sang "True Love," and the Three Spinstcrs, lean Kling, Mariana Ronin- ell, and Mary Sue Russell, from VVCTU, played 'ADrink to Me Only with Thine Eyes." They were assisted by the talented Nancy Calvert and King Barenthin. ICH Krueger, popular pianist, presented a solo, and Dennis Hippensteel pantoinimed a re- cording. The program was highlighted by a chorus line consisting of Len Mohanied, Ray Chap- ala, Louie Meska, Ken Boese, Leon Zolkow- ski, Dave Blank, John Krebs, lohn Tuel, and Mike Harold. The seniors still have memo- ries of, "All right, girlsg onesey, twosey, threesey, kick!" Refreshments were served by the senior Display of talent by Nancy Calvert, King Barentliin, and Seniors enjoy good food at their party. lylariana Roninell was enjoyed by all. HBE FUN! girls. Chaperones were Miss Sebesta, Miss Hoeffel, and Mr. Mattox. Sadie Hawkins Day was celebrated by the Sophomore Class, October 5, 1956. The Sophomore Party was a colorful and excit- ing event for the new senior high students. Entertainment was provided by Char- maine Freeman, jackie Peters, Shirley Waz- ni, Carol Antoszewski, Judy Luxcomb, Stella Miziniak, Darren VVeber, and led Curtis. Music was provided by led Curtis and his Swing Kingsg lim Cameron, Gene Herr- bach, John Lindsay, Gene Schmitt and Bill Bachmann. Refreshments were served from the con- cession pit. The chaperones were Mr. Dehne, Mr. Meer, Mr. VVike, Mr. Hultgren, Miss Taylor, Mr. Mattox, and Mr. Irgang. as Entertainment proiided bs Dogpltch cuties 13' i x jackie Peters "You Ain't Nothing but a Being young again proves to be fun! Curtis Combo rocks sophomores. Hound Dog! PHUIH Bcznitiful. fuiiriistic sights grccfcd our Cycs at thc Proni lust Nhiy. 'I'hC dim of 1937 had spent one scnicstcr prcpiiriiig for that one night and their work Scciiiccl to cliiiiigc the gymnasium in- to ii Wfmiiiclcrlgiiicl. The cntrancc to thc dance Hoor was gi large tree trunk through which wc Cntercd into a world of fiiiifiisy and ciichgiiitinciit. Ceiling decorations wcrc niiide of various hucs of grccn. Huge Hoxrcrs "FHHTHSTIUUE" separated thc tables, and interest was focused on a gigantic innshrooni on the stage. It was as if one were "Alice, and had entered the fantastic wonderland. Music was furnished by the Stardusters from Chicago. The grand march was lcd by the officers of the Iunior and Senior classes, and the Iunior Prom Steering Committee. Hr.-1 wxlzfggd 4 5 lf ,KL v 'O v-X 1. XG' V. ng s fx 'H Q, - fs Q A". '--. Sw 55' 1 4?-" ,. . 4 32 21 ',f,f-'ui ,-I ly.,- ' ws: MW'- 3 - 1 R -v 'wv 5' I ww' , ..gag-ji Q -o X gf 's ,, A . 35 I 'f- E , . Lf, 1 'x,XNF's.. fi Sing the song of great joy that the angels began, Sing the glory of God and of good-will to man. - Wfhittier ,fs-ff 3 -11' fxf"r' v ' W L s 'J . JV 'eau X .ai 2 "' in 'E'-x 'fi -26: Spam Y ' ,Z H-n4"""'s.,N He that will make a good use of any part of his 3X 2 5 Ch I 5,7 1 . 1 if , -:mmf X Q 'ff Nm I gg ? 3 , W 2? Z X -1 gn K1 4 M, 4 .gg Mm W, : f"- 1 'X' ffl '59 , , M E. J- W-4. l LINEMEN BLOCK OPPONENTS I3 591573 ROW I Mgr. Charles Spinning, Ron Wachowski, lim Cross, Dave Blank, Bill Manning, Ioe Rybicki, Doug Mor- rison, Ralph Hardacker, Charles Higgs, Mgr. Bob Fritz. ROW 2 hlgr, Bob Pellar, Ray Chapala, Len hlohamed, Charles Stolze, Matt Iarrett, Ken Brooks, Dick Wfliite, Noel Sehlegelmilch, Ierry Cripe, Ken Duszynski, Louis Meska, Keith Holmes, and Mgr. Bob Wfard. ROW 3 Head coach, Vic Overman, Ass't. coach, Dick Lamb, Mel Meri- From bottom to top in two years! So reads Vic Overmaifs history at Nl.C.ll.S. For the first time in several years, a capacity crowd saw the Devils "slice those Slicers" with a score of 13 to 7. However, losing to South Bend Riley was heartbreaking. On the gridiron, three City touchdowns were called back or nullified en route due to penalties. Before this game we had been tied for first place in the conference, but with a score of Zl to I3, we lost this coveted place. The Red Devils ended a long losing streak this year by defeating South Bend XVashington, 7 to 0. This was the first time this feat had been accom- plished in several years. Special emphasis was put on the Froebel game, too, because they were fight- ing for the ball game which they were going to give to Mr. Bill Robinson, a Benchwarmer, who, at the time, was seriously ill. XVith that in mind, the Devils whipped the Gary team 26 to 13. The leading ground gainers were Dick VVhite and Matt Iarrett. Many of the touchdowns were made possible by quarterback Noel Sehlegelmilch, who completed 46 out of 95 passes. Indeed, much praise is due to Vic Overman and his stafif of coaches- Richard Lamb, Doug Adams, and Ierry Karstens. weather, Howard Willis, Fred Brown, Bob Chapala, Dick Sterne, Terry Krueger, Lanny Hilberg, Dan Goede, Dan Urbanski, Xlike Cochran, Bruce Leroy, Coach Ierry Karstens, Mgr. Steve Kottler, and Ass't. coach, Doug Adams. ROW 4 Chuck O'Bringer, Bob Pollock, Len Shank, Dan Croch. Carleton W'ise, Randy Gumns, Lynn Bow- man, Ierry Carleton, Phil Freese, Dave Ellison. 'fXVind sprints I !" ALL HK 'B' I POR A TERRIFIC SEASON! QM? .1 l..g.Q.s , .W . ,'.A1' 3 - A My f ,Ti , 4" ,, , .., r, .'Mt-nf, .61 1 2'f'?U'f J. 'i .f fx- 1- qi' - . If 3 sr., , ., P- , - 5 5, x ar- ...Ajx 1. 3ui,,A ig. .X .,1f.w .- W, 4-rf -,- 'ZIQYV1-' ,-,Vg 4 b .. 5. . X' ,O 15- . , S , . -i . , . KJ i 4 .. ,it gkggliis -4. .A if . MQ.: . I Q3f1?h,,,.Ek,f: fi ,Z .A +V. , L 131 4 Jr, . . ' :A .. U I, ,Mix L' Q ' , 4 5 ?"'b3:i g'3f1'?3'-A ? cf'lf"'a 555-' 'SMP F ' ' . ,ff i y , . . . -A f M if '7:i"f?'l? fi23:.-PM i ., - :1:.i.'.. M- MLA: L .-we-f...w:-e'-w."ar fx, 1, '. Early fall practice toughens the team. Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan XVon ...i.. FOOTBALL RECORD City City City City City City City City City' Lafayette . Ft. XVayne North La Porte Froebel . . . Goshen . S. B. VVashingron VVashington Clay S. B. Riley . Elkhart . Lost 55 Dave Blank and Louie Aleska recover fumbled ball in the Fort Wfayne North game SANDBURRS TAKE 5 OUT OP 7 ROW I left to right-Mgr. Bob Fritz, Ken Prybylla, Bill Meer, jerry Carlton, lim llurt, lim Cook, Ron Cruise, Horace Bland. ROW 2 Dave Iasperson, lim Pace, Tom Iarka, Richard Higgs, Neil Cook, Dave Wferdine, Gerald Koziolek, Howard Tirnberlake, Larry Shock, Fred Levine. ROW 3 Dan Foldenauer, Brian Kuchik, ferry Rlaeieiewski, lim llunt, Phil Freese, Ierry Eldridge, Dave Ellison, Bob johnson, Larry Ilzrught, Phil Silcox, Coach Ierry Karstens. ROW 4 l'fric laspcrson, Preston Edward, lim Turner, Iohn Xlessner, Stu Iohnson, Bob Ebert, Alike Slutzkin, Pat Xlalloy, Bob Forney. SANDBURRS RECORD Michigan City .. 0 S. B. Adams , ., ., 0 Michigan City 19 Elkhart .. 7 Michigan City , .13 S. B. YVashington, 6 Michigan City . 13 La Porte .. .. .. .. 7 1? Lfrfayette plaver makes futile attempt to stop foe Rybicki ' . , 1 I l as he streaks for his first touchdown of the season. Michigan City .. . . 6 S. B. Central , . , 0 Michigan City .12 Mishawaka . 6 Michigan City ..,.. 7 S. B. Riley , . 12 XVon 5 Tied 1 Lost 1 'M Q I 'Big Succeo Excitement, shining eyes, beaming faces -these were characteristic of those watching the Home- coming parade as it proceeded down Franklin Street, led by Eve queen finalists, Indie Bremer, Nancy Calvert, Susie Ferguson, Indy Papineau, and Ioan XVoods. The highlight of Homecoming came at half- time of the game-the crowning of the queen! Each candidate was driven to the center of the gridiron in her beautiful convertible, and escorted to the platform by a letterman. Assistant Princi- pal, YVarren Ioncs, announced the 1956 Home- coming Queen - Iudie Bremer. She was crowned by last year's queen, Maureen McMillan, and presented with roses by senior class president, Tom Saturday. A dance in Iudie's honor was held after the g3ITlC. Our 1956 Homecoming Queen - ludie Bremer Thirty Homecoming queen candidates pose for their royal picture. .1 'ni Q -A. f' ' rf ,R 1 ' 5 A 1 , -wi, - ' ,g ,ai r ,1 s QWYQQI I, 'Stix txt-'52 ., fiaa SEX 7 ' 5 g ' Q il if a V, Sq f ft '. '5-t": 3 W' 59 ' H if -- 5 "fl '1. ' A ff' F J ":."" "f'i'r"' ' 'rrsifz' , XIAI5 4855.7 3, gf md 1 -. 3. .W -if ,L A ya 1 - ,J 1 - 49' ' Algal' 'fffi 4-4' -if if 2 0 "" A I' 'ff 'H i ""i if' " 'V ' S I Mg: Iv.. , lug., ft.,-3. y :rg I 3 U ggi gp. .W Vg ,ful .AN . V Regt 6, ,I .fl M, 4. ' , 'QQ y 'L 1 A if ' A, if 'frm "3i"" L 2 ' if S . .3 4, 'JE J ' 'lp' , f,'rL, Y ii' F -my ,:. fy V-5. E. . v- ,. f. S -.'-'bf-' . - . ,V ,- Y ff., , 1. A ' S - M 'H z "ff r it it r - . 1 Hr. .- t Q A Q , 5 Z5 fi '5' +4- Q, ' V , M r s 7 rg, .Vg My .JM .ww .5 V pq . l i W I Dig 'L' 5 A W ' 1.3 z. 'I' FT' 05 . .I i 5 . :rf U e , '1 N' I x . Z X V :fra 4 lfgf 5 q K N.-. iggugymuyrf 9 ' 'ls if I'-e:-' " , A A' -we ? .ff . ROW 1 lem lnnbrook and Terrv Tanber ROW 2 Tern RCdllll ik B111 1111111 B111 Riggs Pat Saturclai ack Arnold incl Gene llutson ROW 3 errv Broun B111 Beecher Riehirrl NX hitlou Bob Szeholcla W ilber lurner P1111 Storev Ro11 Sicllouskr B111 Plotou and George Rogers ROW 4 Mgr Bob M johnson Don Simpson Dennis Nes po Bob Comer Dick Hutmaeher 11n Bechinski Craig Mrllbranth Dave Michaels and Coach Elmer Millbranth ROW 5 Al XKIIROX B111 Bueklin Dick Potempa Bob Sehaum 111n A1 XVh1t1ou Dave Schroeder Kent G1Ho1d Michigan 1NI1ch1gan Michigan Michigan Nlichigan Nlichigan Citv Citv City City Cit ' ..... , C1t',.,, La Porte WVanatah Ft. VVayne IN. . S. B. Adams . Hobart ,1,1. .. 1,., .. S. B. Riley Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan City Cit City Cit ' City Cit Mishaw aka Chesterton Goshen ..,1, Elkhart ..,.,. La Porte . Central S. B Ilobart Invitational - City placed 6th Conference meet - Citv placed 4th CRGSS COUNTRY The 1956 cross country team had a fairly good season with a 4-4 won and lost record in the con- ference and an overall record of 7-5. Led by lim Bechinski and Dick Hutmacher the Red Devil team defeated North Side of Fort VS avne ohn Adams South Bend Riley Misha- waka Goshen South Bend Central and our 'rrch rivals LaPorte. Michigan Citv then went to the Hobart Invi- tational and placed sixth in fi Held of twenty-six. Dick I1ut1n'1cher won the individual trophy by placing first. At the conference meet at Nalparaiso our Dev- ils placed fourth, and im Bechinslci placed first, setting a new course record with a time of 9:56.-1. Sectional meet- City placed 3rd State meet- City placed 12th WINS COME HARD The Devils won two of the live medals given at the conference meet. At the sectional meet at Mishawaka the Devils placed third which qnalihed them for the state meet to be held at Indianapolis. Again 'n Bechinski led the field across the finish line with the fine time of 10:14. At Indianapolis the squad placed twelfth bet- tering their 55 record by three places. Lettermen include captain im Beehinski Dav- id Schroeder Craig Milbranth Richard Hutmach- er Don Simpson Robert Comer Dave Michaels Dennis 1Nespo and manager Robert E. ohnson. Congratulations are in order for Coach Elmer Milbranth who did a fine job this vear! TENNIS CONSISTS OF GREEN SQUAD At the opening of the school year you would find Coach VVeg- 1 ner's boys at XVashington Park practicing for the coming con- ference meets. The inexperience of the first live men was responsible for the boys' losing all their conference matches. The graduation of last vear's top six men left Coach VVegner with the big job of re- building the team. Although the won and lost column might not be impressive, the team made evident progress through the season and battled hard in the tough conference. jim Farina moves in for a "smash." Bill Cranaeki uses a forchand drive. Fred Lieber prepares to "ace" his opponent, South Bend Central, who lost none, left Michigan City with a scrappy win of 3 to 2. This proves the team was not as "green" as the record indicates. Those lettering this year were Bill Cranacki, Fred Lieber, lim Farina, Bruce Bandurski, jeff Krueger, and Bill Kuhn. Since three of these men will be back next year, a foundation has been laid and the net men look as if they might be hard to beat! ROW 1 Fred Lieber, left Krueger, Bill Cranacki, jim pen, Leon Zolkowslci, Ierrv LaRocco, Nick Kroehmal. Farina, Bill Kuhn, Bruce Bandurski. ROW 2 Charles Heise, ROW 3 Kurt Pahl, Mike Gulliver, Bill Kolb, Tom Darman, Bill Carlisle, Don Blaelcmond, George Poland, Keith Kep- Carl Larsen, john Kubic, Coach Harold Vlfegner. , 4, I O ' 1 ram . -, ' T fl sub IJ K 2' . Q9 "' " x E f, , Q YW' .QQ f w am. tl Girls, Girls, G-iris ,....-.-v""" Izlckie Ellubv, Icunnine Sum, W'iIIiu Blue Iolmson, Susie Ferguson, Gail W'i11ski, and Pat KO1LlIlCZf'k are the varsfty cheerleaders. 62 heerf The Devils On To Victory! They boost the Red and VVhite! Through thick and thin, thc Red Derbies, lXI.C.ll.S.'s pep club, faithfully support Our athletic teams. Pep and spirit always pour from the Derbie cheering block at the football and bas- ketball gamcs. Their original skits add 1nueh to our pep sessions. Mr. Lootens, the elub's sponsor, devotes much time and energy to make the club's activi- ties successful. XVorking with Nlr. Lootens is Coach Miller, who docs a wonderful job in training our cheerleaders. Much of the credit for the success of the Derbie cheering block goes to these two men. For the first time in many years, "red derbiesn are used by the "Red Derbiesf' In addition to the red derbies during the basketball season, the girls wear white blouses and red mittens which produce a novel effect. The selling of "booster buttons" is the unique money-making project of the year for this club. In addition, they sponsor the Homecoming Dance and an annual spring dance. Decorating the gym for Scetionals is another job well done by the Derbies. Red Derbies, the largest school club that is open to all students, truly represents fair play and good sportsmanship as exemplified by the work it does during the school year. Mr. Lootens, sponsor of the Red Derbies Coach lkliller, sponsor of the cheerleaders Row 1 Al VVhitlovv, Phil Storey, Tom Darman, Iesse Mer- riweather, Mike Gulliver, Row 2 Mgr. Dick Potempa, Matt Iarrett. Bob Comer, Dick Hutmacher, Dick Wlhite, DEVIL CAGEMEN ARE CITY S In victory or defeat, the goals of the NI. C. Red Devil basketball team always remain the same. These goals are good sportsmanship, high moral character. progress in play- ing and in teamwork. In each game the Devils demon- strated their ability to live up to these goals 'at all times. The spirit and good sportsmanship of the student body have been a eoustant spur in the side of the Devils, urging them on to vietory. 'l'he tremendous enthusiasum of the fans at all times, whether in defeat or vietory, has always been greatly appreciated by the team. Never before has there been such great support for the basketball squad. Perhaps this is the reason why both the Pink Imps and the varsity have such splendid won-lost reeords. XVhat makes a team? The City cage-men have shown their fans, their school, and their opponents what it takes. XYhile playing a game, if behind, the Devils have remained cool. In only three games of the 56-57 season has this level-headed team failed to rally to victory. No one boy was the star, all were stars in each of the games. The boy in the best shooting position was the one who received the ball. Cooperation is their byword. Vvhen the One Great Scorer comes to write against your name- IIe marks-not that you won or lost -but how you played the game. C-rantlaiid Rice CITY PLACES SECOND IN CONFERENCE W'hitlow is high above other players for r Red Devils opened their season play at East Chicago XVashington and were one of the teams to help dedicate the new gymnasium. Michigan City fell behind at the end of the Hrst half, but during the closing minutes of the fourth quarter, City closed the gap to a tie of 57 to 57-but when the final gun sounded it found the Devils down hy one, 62 to 61. It was discovered later that East Chicago was using an in- eligible player, and thus forfeited the game to Michigan City. Our Devils returned for a long home stand. They opened against NVhiting and won easily, 88 to 54. Hardly had the season progressed when the S. B. Central Bears, number one team in state, entered town. The game was hard fought, but when ended it found the Bears on top, 55 to 48, After this game, City strung a series of eight games in a row. This included the lloliday 'l'ourney Championship which they won by beating La Porte, 84 to 45. City played Hammond Noll for the last current home game. At half time the score was knotted up at 42 all. Then the second half proved disastrous to Noll, for the Devils scored 57 points the last half and won, 97 to 74. NVith a string of seven straight they met Goshen at Concord 'l'wp. gym. City's often- sive play was slow that night, and we won by only five points to an ineffective Goshen team. City traveled to Elkhart, who was rated Sth in the state, while the Devils were ranked 9th, and lost by one point, 62 to 61. Even though we lost, our spirit didn't diminish, for City won the rest of their season games. NVitli a little help from S. B. Adams and S. B. Central, who defeated Elkhart, City was ahle to take possession of second place in the conference, and ended the season with a ranking of 5th in the state. ON TO THE REGIONALS Adarns eageniini looks hopelessly on as Charlie lliggs blocks the shot. 4.2 1-'rf 'tk H . x"""v: 22 HCWLING HOOKER . X Y . day A M2 N 1 xi,l f,g", 3 v Y 1 Qs og fig: at an "tw 'AMS 3 . 'E 1 Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Blichigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan City City City Citv City City City City City City City Citv Citg- City Z 88 93 48 87 S3 81 79 Holiday 91 84 97 55 61 70 SEASON RECORD EC. YVashington YVhiting Emerson S.B. Central Gary Froebel S.l3. Adams Valpo Hammond Tech Tourney Lebanon LaPorte Hammond Noll Goshen Elkhart IN Iishawaka HOOSIITR IIYSTERIA - CITY STYLE! Devils behind by one point in the Regional Championship Ca against the Gary Roosevelt Panthers . 0 S4 44 55 65 39 48 59 71 45 74 50 62 51 HFC HIC Nlichigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan City 61 City 71 City S6 City 90 City 84 City 78 Sectional City 75 City 87 City Sl City 63 Regional City 50 City 63 LaPortc Lew XVallace Ft. YVaynC North S.l3. Vllaslnngton PLC. Roosevelt S.B. Riley Tourney LaCrosse Rolling Prairie Mill Creek LaPorte Tourney Hammond Noll C-ary Roosevelt Row I Student Manager Bob Fritz, Pat Saturday, Bill Row 2 Phil Frcese, Larry llaught, Dave Ellison, Bill Kolb, llahn, Ierry Brown, Ierry Enyeart, Nvilbur Turner, and Dan Foldenauer, Bob Ebert, llorace Bland, and Coach Student Manager Bob johnson. Doug Adams. ink Qmpo Uudebeated Fon Seaman Michigan City Whiting "B" Teain Tourney Michigan Citv Emerson Nlichi C- . , 1 - , , I .1 x . gan ity 43 EC. VX ashington 514011131111 Ctty SB' Cfntml Michigan City 45 Gary Froebel Michigan City Gary Proebel Michigan Cm, 48 Elkhart Mtchlgtm Cub S,B' Adams Michigan City 52 Misliawaka Mtchtgau Cul Xalljo Michigan City 52 LaPorte Michigan City llanimond Tech Michigan Citk, Sl Lew XVQHHCC Michigan City Hammond Noll Michigan City 58 Ft. VVayne North 311011112311 CNY Goshen Michigan City so s.B. Wiighmgfon Michigan City 62 EC. Roosevelt hlichigan City 71 SB. Riley Ruyatlg Rakes Music by Dick .-Xnclerson's Band and an atmosphere with an Qricntal theme greeted two hundred couples at the Red Derby Spring Dance on Saturday, March 30. Royalty ruled! Queen Iackie El' laby, escorted by Noel Sehlegel- inilchg Princess Diane Pitt, escorted hy lim lleehinski, and Princess Pat Robison, escorted by Dick XVhite ruled oyer this gala affair. XValter Slcierkowski looks on as Norm Dabagia completes his drive. Gnu, A The final season record consisted of five wins, "Fore", was the cry of the l956 MC Devils on the Municipal Golf Course last spring. A big job was cut out for coach Del Miller since his com- plete squad of a year before had graduated. After many hours of training and practice on the course, they were ready to meet Valpo. The day was fair and cold, and the scores were rather highg but City finally carrie out on top, ten to five. Row 1 Robert Flotow, lim Noveroslce, Alelyin llandtlce, Richard Butler, Norm Dabagia, Ierry lludsou, Bill Adrian. and Bob Iones. Raw 2 Dennis Lyon, llarold Ioyce, llow- ard Headley, Ron Nlolrllce, Paul Xvillrelrn, Kerr Duszyrrski, 'uf twelve losses, and one tie. Although their record wasn't impressive, this year's team was strengthen- ed with four returning lettermen. The six boys who earned letters last year were Bob lones, Mel- vin Handtke, Norm Dabagia, Richard Butler, Bill Adrian, and XValter Skierkowski. With Bob lones and Melvin Handtke being the only two who have graduated, the remaining letterrrien were eager to round out the crew this spring. W'alt Skierkowslci, and Coach Del ltliller. Row 3 Bob Pllllflllf. Gary Peterson, Dave Meyer, Fred Lieber, and Steve Pohl. :F gr' .-l ,. "' gh Q.. -4 7' l f -W- 1' A- xy iff , s A li flil v 5 5 vig ZA " 't BASEBALL SQUAD HAS WINNING SEASON Dave Stralkowski prepares to slide as La Porte catcher re- ceives the ball. Row 1 Al VVhitlow, lim Bechinski, Ron Baker, Dick Tom- ey, Dennis Nespo, Dick Wfhite, Iohn Pritz, Paul Michaels, Neil Rehbein, foe Rybicki, and Dave Stralkowski. Row 2 Charles Stolze, Charlie Higgs, Tom Darmon, Ralph Hard- acker, Ken McKinney, Phil F reese, Pat Saturday, Bob john- sig' is X ' iw A- , . ,I , The Red Devil baseball team, under our new coach, Dick Lamb, piled up a team record of 14 wins and 4 losses. They started the season with 4 straight wins. A defeat by one run to Mishawaka in their first conference game by no means dis- heartened the Devils, for they won their next two conference games by shutouts. They met, played, and lost to Niles of Michigan, but they followed up terrilically by winning the next seven games. Staggering straight, they met Mishawaka again and clobbered them by a score of 16 to 1. Ending their schedule with the conference championship at stake, the Devils, fighting hard, lost by a close score of 5 to 4, thus closing their Eastern NIHSC season with a record of 9 wins and Z losses. The loss to LaPorte thus caused a co-championship of both schools for the title. Statistical leaders for this year included VVhite, who led with a batting average of 324, getting 12 hits in 30 times at bat, Pritz, who had a fielding average of .9865 and Bechinski, who had a fielding average of 973. Congratulations are to be given to Mr. Lamb who has done a fine job in his first year as coach of our Red Devils. son, and Dick Poteinpa. Row 3 Coach Dick Lamb, George Rogers, Ron XVachowski, Phil Storey, Larry Haught, Bill Hahn, Doug Morrison, Bob Pellar, and Coach Ralph Hooker. . iw.. .Wx ' TIES EOR EASTERN NIHSC CHAMPIONSHIP r Iim Coughlin stretches for ball as S. B. Central runner leaps for first. Michigan Michigan hlichigan hlichigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan City City City City City City City City D - W po V' b Lew VVallace LaPorte Calumet Twp. Benton Harbor Mishawaka Riley VVashington Niles Sf Iohn Pritz looks on as "Snookie" Xvhite slides safely into home. hlichigan lN'Iiehigan hflichigan Michigan Michigan hlichigan hlichigan Michigan Michigan 'if Conference games Elkhart Adams QS.B.j Central lS.B.j Riley fS.B.j Washington CSB Mishawaka Adams lS.B.j Benton Harbor LaPorte tx TRACK SEASON RECORD Mrchlgan Mlchrgan Mrchlgan Mlchrgan Clty 56 115 SB Central 52 415 Crtv 80 Chesterton Crty 66 213 Horace Mann 42 113 Clty 74 SB Adams Cxty Clty 69 112 Hammond Hlgh LaPorte Crty 66 112 LaPorte Hammond Invrtatronal placed th1rd1n field of ten Pre conference meet at Elkhart Crty placed Frfth WINS COME WITH ru R' Qi Fred Brown starts Craig Mrllbranth and Noel Schlegelmzlch as they practzce for startmg form 73 ' ' 't 1 29 1 ' ' ' ' . . ' 52 . . . 1 . . . . . . N5 ' ' ' . . 35 ' ' ' 31 112 ' ' . . , 5 ' 71 39 27 ' T ' 18 3 to 3 55" 5 . I rr , ga A it '- I "'- A X4 1 . ei at B '15 . l Crty 73 Benton Harbor 36 Crty 57 S B Rrley Crty 61 215 S B Washmgton 47 Crty 77 112 Valpo 1Xl1Clllg2lI'l Nhchrgan N1lCll1g2lf1 1X1lClllgElI1 62 112 EC Roosevelt Chesterton 52 112 New Carlrsle LaPorte Inutatronal Clty placed thrrd rn field of elght HARD PRACTICE Drck Hutmacher rs but an mstrnt from the tape m a meet zgamst Horace Mann Our Girl's Athletic Association, under the guidance of Miss Sebesta, provides wholesome recreation and sport activities. Each season teams are selected for soccer, hockey, deck tennis, volley ball, basketball, and baseball. In each sport there is a final tourna- ment, which all teams hope to win. Other club activities also included a successful Halloween party, and the heart-warming experi- ence of Christmas caroling. The one qualification for G.A.A. membership is a desire to participate in sports. This desire is ful- Hlled by the purpose of C-.A.A. - to promote fun, friendship, leadership, and good sportsmanship. The climax of the year is the award assembly program. At this time awards are presented to the girls, and a letter sweater given to the most out- standing athlete. -Q 4' Frances Sebesta lane lohnston Delores Davis Sharon Krug Darlene Hurley Row 2 Carolyn Kuszmaul Connie Konieczny Denita Davis Sue Kahn Glenda Davis Shelby lean Ross Crys tal Fabian Mary Davis Ianet Thomason Row 3 Sharon Pedue Mardelle Bonner Virginia Volstorf Barbara Rude Arlene Roush Marilyn Trunk Carolyn Miller Essie Ware ludy Machacek Row 4 Pauline OBr1n er lanet Requarth Darla Burklow Rosie Berger Carole Wel s Marilyn LaRocca Iudy Kopploman Norma George loyce Mayor How 5 Zella Brown Cecilia Levendouski loyce McCorquoda1e Shirley Mxllman Catherine Smiertelny How B Barb Kemp Bonnie Black Karen Gourley Wendy Blank Elizabeth Allen Christy Clements Lynne Ianz Bohhy Meriweath er Iud Quadl n Row 7 Claire Bonfield Linda Davis lzileen Meer Virginia Uehler Ruth Alger Judy Bootcheck Donna Scott Iosie Coberley Row 8 Glenda Greening Darlene Ziebart Elaine Rit ter Sharon Ritter ludy Brink Carol Dowd Vella Mansfield Ger aldrne Murphy Row 9 Donna Lou Benison Kay Beach Pat Glick Marian l-la 'non Ei ene Brown Karen Ianosky Carol Hen deles Iudie Lusco'nb Marialice Sulte ' f. . fr 'j as . D 1 C' R I v ,, 3 1 . fr , 1 3 . .. .. 1, N .. ,- , , M. ,f ' , is "' MQ ig, f 'Sv N, Lk A - Q. : W x -. " - '19 ' .ff it v . 4 4 'V lm 1. 1 " 'rf How l left to right Willistine Harris, Angie Burns, Sharon Alger, luliet Thomas, Marlene Hughes, Caral Craft, Marilyn Zywanoski, I A r r lr I Q A r I I Q 74 Eileen Bfeer and Mardelle Bonner demonstrate the correct positions for Catcher and batter. Another FC is made by Sharon Dombrowski for her team J An exciting game of hockey is played by Pat Glick, lane Iohnston, Indy Martin, and Elaine Ritter. Willistine llnrris, Slmmn Ritter, Christy Clements, and Iunet Requarth enjoy Ll game of deck tennis. 76 Mnrdcllc Bonner and Mnrialice Suttes pose for their pic- ture at thc CAA. "hobo" party. Marialice Sultes, Elizabeth Allen, and Marlene Hughes par ticipate in a soccer game at Gill Field. Ioycc McCorquoclgilc clciuousfmfcs thc correct mu' of serving gi vollcvlxrll to Bzirlxiru Ruclc, XY"illistiuc lliirris, Augie Bums, Iucly Kopploumu, Virginia Ucblcr, and Norma Ccorgc. Proper form is cvlzibifccl on the pqlrnllcl bars by Cjllfillyll KlIS!lIl.llll, Bfllllllf Blank, 111111 Cltllllllt' Krueger. Fanny, as hcr gym students affectionately call Frances Scbesta, has one of the most progressive girls' physical education departments in the state. The girls are well versed in all the major and minor sports, such as basketball, baseball, hockey, volleyball, and deck tennis. Coordination and cooperation are stressed in Fanny's gym classes. Team skill as well as individ- ual prowess has its place in class. Each girl's skills are tested and graded. One learns to throw a ball, make baskets, do back- bends, and kick a soccer ball. The physical education class does much to develop personality and character. Karen Snyder demonstrates a -shammi 'l'l1c forward roll is ll favorite in trnnblirrgf class. 78 j n 80 'r If 'I gi Q! gi .I gl I I 'Q 4 S K xlfx ali xi' WE LE R as that wlllch d1sc0x'crs and rcfums ll XVORKING TOGETHER nv' No lhlflllllg IS .ls satlsfylllg or lastmg fricncl. Q .J Q wt 'H v,,, 3.-4.-, a' lui E. Mrs. Eleanore Reppert, Treasurer Mr. Wm, A. Flotow, President OUR BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUS- TEES has a great influence upon us even though We are not in direct Contact with them. Their interest in our problems has been great and they deserve credit for the efficient job they have been doing. Members of the School Board are selected by the Common Council to formulate the policies and programs for the public schools. Helpa Un Dawg Mr. Walter A. Wentland, Secretary Mt. E. A. l0l'mS0n Mr, C, Bryan Sorge Miss Marcia Meads Miss Alma Schilf, Fman cial Secretary Mrs. Margaret Brooks fafy Secretary 82 48' Mrs. Ann Hibbs, Secretary Alt. lW. L. Knapp, Superintendent of Schools Nlr. Rl. L. Knapp, our superintendent, is re- sponsible for the smooth workings of the Michi- gan City public schools. He has done a fine job in attending to the many responsibilities of his high position for the past eighteen years. His task is to advise the Board of School Trustees in for- mulating school policies and to administer the policies approved. He also has the obligation to help interpret the work and the needs of the schools to the community. In addition to his regular duties, Mr. Knapp must cope with the problems of Michigan City's expanding school population. Our superintendent is a leader, not only in the schools, but also in church and civic affairs. 5 1 -V u Mr. A. K. Smith, Principal Xlr, Smith's clemoeratie principles :md high stmiclgircls ure reflected in the lives of those who work with him. Ile believes that the goal of education is that of helping each stu- cleiit, first, to iimlerstuiid himself amd, second, to know the world iii which he lives - the two together making it possible for him to make the most of his opportunities. lUrs. func Zcidler, Secretary Supervising student classification and program cards are just two of Mr. llancfs inany duties as assistant princi- pal of Isaac C. lilston Senior Iligh School. In addition, he is in charge of discipline, tardincss, and attendance. llis capabilities are main' and he docs his job ethcieiitly. Mr. Ioness biggest job is the Elston co-curricular program, which includes the supervision of clubs, assembly programs, and athletic contests. He is also in charge of summer school. llis work brings hiui into direct Contact with niany students who will always rcinenibcr him for his friendliness and vital interest in their ac- tivities. 'GYM Miss Karen Rieck, Records Clerk Q is N .fl , X.- F V. 3: Sir. F. Foy Iliniey, Assistant Principal 3 .lil Ai-aan. XII, NY'.irrcn Irincs, .'xssist.u1t Principal ln Mrs. Pohl's public speaking class Barbara Rice uses gestures to add emphasis to a speech while Harold loyee, john Tuel, Ken Noveroske, David Schroeder, and Darlene Kocplce listen. Mrs. Ruth Curtis George Irgang The members of the English department are a well-trained group who guide the students well. From term papers to lulius Caesar, English stu- dents learn about literature and their own lan- guage. livery student takes at least three years of English, and many enroll in a fourth. Each year a different phase of English is stud- ied. Sophomores concentrate on grammar, mod- ern literature, Silas hlarner, and lulius Caesar. The Iuniors' efforts and studies bring about a realization of the heritage of the American writers. During this year three great classics are studied: Tale of Two Cities, Idylls of the King, and Ham- let. Those students who take the advantage ottered to them in their fourth year of English seem to open many new doors. They are first greeted by a tall, dignified gentleman who has gained the wide-spread reputation of being an A-number one teacher. Any student who does not know him, has missed one of the great privileges of his high school career. His name is Mr. George lrgang. He will bring to life all the masters of literature in England, from Anglo-Saxon to Middle English, and from Chaucer to Keats. Grammar again enters the picture in the last semester of a complete English course. Theme writing, usage, spelling and sentence construction are also impressed upon the minds of all partici- pating. The main project is the term paper, in the preparation of which many long, but interest- ing hours of research are spent. Speech classes are also an important phase of the English department. Mellie Luck Mrs. Helen Pohl Charlotte Taylor Florence XVieser Dorothea Vlfolfe ...sziemamwii 'HQ 41' 'QQSQJQW J-...I ...J if-nQu-X fl P-xqq X 'X Z . 521- To Promote Learning Religion, morality and knowledge, being necessary to good govern- ment ond the happiness of mankind, schools and the means of education sholl forever be encouraged. XX Northwest Ordinance of 'I787 v X XX .- ,, STUDENTS STUDY SOCIAL POLITICAL HOMQMHI oan Vlfoods 1nstr11ets fellow students on how to 11se e lrbran for research papers Mrs Sprague 0111 D Spear Ruth Rrsnrussen 111d 11d1 Lane YY hat IS l1appe11111g 111 the world around us? XKILIEIT IS our l1er1tage7 VVl1o w 19 o11r Hfth pres1 dent? Ilow does tl1e boenl bccurltx 51 stern w orl1 Xlvlllf Ire genes? 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V1 s ' i X 4 Q i K S Ba was we it is s ttrrgwr Cllaiooea 54-4' linnblin one pli ise of .girls phxsie il edue :tion is demon t ited bx 'Uni Unis Sliiron X1 er Ruth tl er Dnl fiebnt ind Bnbiri Ixernp niber plelse' .ill tgirl gun students lruiees Sebesta who re qiests tlns inforinition is tlle girls pllxsieil edu eaion instruetor. Nlielngan City can truly Je proud of its Pllf'SiCLll education department. l'fx'ery major sport for girls is Covered tlrorouglily by Nliss Sebesta. Iler students partie-ipate in deek tennis, field lioekey, volleyball, basketball, and baseball. Slle also fC2lCllCS tliein tlie fundamentals of tum- Delbert .Hiller ,r'i ...Z Fhe human pxrmnd tzlces precision timing and strength ROW 1 lem lllis em Cripe King Barentin Doug Alot nson ROW 2 George Polznd B111 Veer left Krueger ROW 3 Lim Croul Stese Rempili ROW 4 Bill Riggs bling ind gxinnasties Other than tlie phx sical as peet tliere is 1 inrrlxed einpliasis on elraraeter tflllllllg Delbert Nliller, better Lnoxxn to lns gym stu dents as ilCCJLlCl1ll is tlie versatile P. IC. instructor for the boys In addition to the major sports such as football, basketball, baseball, and track, the boys learn tumbling, wrestling, gymnastics, and table tennis. Frances Sehesta . "" ' 4 9 H 1 Q Q FH "iv 9 ,af WVYVL M' 11125 Realm Plumea 06 YJ One of the many thmgs learned by Marcra McFeely and Darlene Kellogg rn Mrss Stuart s home hung class rs home Sewmg a fine seam keeps clothmg students Barbara Kemp Cate of the Sick Elorse Snyder and Pennv Farlow buss oanne Bryant Barbara Bever Elame Hanke and Mrrrlxn Montgomery are gomg to eat at the salad bar whrch rs one of the mam projects prepared rn Urs Ferguson s cookmg classes I made rt mx self IS a common remark made by a glrl student of MC H S after 1'CCClV1I1g a comphment on a dress she has made or a cake she has baked In clothmg classes taught by Mrs Kelly the glrls learn to lmprove therr skrlls m many phases of sewmg from studvmg parts of the sewmg ma chme to makmg professronal lookmg clothes Food classes are under the drrectron of Mrs Ferguson Food plannmg balanced meals quahty of foods studung the correct use of utensrls, table settmg and preparatron of foods are some of the mam aspects rn homemakmg a grrl IS taught Also rn the Home Arts Department are IU cluded the home lrvmg classes whrch are taught by Mrss Stuart her classes study many subyects WhlCh are bCUCf:lC1Hl m mamtammg a well organ rzed and happy home Mrs Madelme Ferguson Mrs Florence Kelly Leona Stuart l , Q s - Z I e l A Q Q fm .. . , Y l I r 1 7 4 rl .Y- u ' , rr - I F - ' 7 1 . ,, A 1' - 7 ' s - l I 1 1 1 l , s ,vsx ' I Y I 1 . . 5 , A. 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U ' , , S l 7 4' 7 , - 7 A F Q I .Y v l 1 ' r I .9 '7 . . 1 I Y 1 "f W a A. 1, 3 . s. 94 Tlvwugh Wluow and Amt we Beam ta Create 'X' Xxvum Trvouts and challenges lceep the sectronal rehearsals lrvely Semors George Naanes Bob Bartholomew B111 Bremmg and Brll Mares are prctured here mth P It IS the arm of our musxc department to foster the creatue abrhtx of 1tS students ln addrtron, It strn es to dex elop a sense of appreclatron and un derstandmg of all tvpes of rnusrc Reallzmg that a good performance requ1res both a performer and an audxence the department emphasrzes both of these aspects of musrcal trammg In the course of 1ts yearly program schedule the department ollers musrc to Slllt any taste Mrchr gan Cnty rates h1gh rn encouraglng yazz and pop performances More senous programs of contem porary classlcal and great 1'6llglOllS muslc also are oltcrcd throughout the vear to the students and pubhc of Mxclngan Crty Classes taught rn our art department mclude art ln general craft 1ntcr10r decoratlon, and fasluon art Some of the SfllCl1CS lI'lClllClC 011 pamt 1ng ccranncs clay modellng Hoor plans, and faslnons throughout the ages As a result of many hours of creatne work the annual art exlnbrt ln May rs enjoyed by many people Wrlma Commer Arent you a lrttle oH key? Mr Wells asks Don Azar Others prctured are George Vlfalker Ron Hendrrclcs Kar en Haplce 'Nlarranna Roumell Marxm Trmberlalce and Dennrs Hrppensteel ,Stal Molding claw takes trme and much patience Robert Soblcowrak Glenda Davis and Lrnda Peus Palmer Aly ran Edward Wells I 95 U . K fr K' 'x ,fl . x ' f , on . , I 7 .V X 2 1 K ' 5 1 Qi- M, . "M ' wt ., A ' fr It I 33 ' ' ' ll Y ' YY U 7 7 7 1 ' ' 7 U l 7 I - ' ' ll vv W ' ,' ' A . " ' . I I A y r J . 7 r , I I ' v - ' - - l u rv fl u ' W , ' - '7 . ,lr r 4' J ri . . . . A X 1 K . ' ' . . . . -R X 1 , Q.. I 7 7 Y - . 1 'va . Y . Y . . I . . . . . , ' ' ' ' l Y 7 ' i l DRIVERS TRAINING AND SAFETY X ENYEART WI, Mr Wegner tells rm Volstorf Bruce Gnflin and Ron Warren Ashton explams the depth perception test to Zeese how to Change a tire on the dm er tramrng car Sandra Carnes Under the gundanee of Mr Harold Wegner the students of Elston Semor Hrgh School learn to be responslble dnxers In thelr specrallv equrpped drlver tramlng car wlth dual foot controls the students gam knowledge ln shlftmg parkmg backmg turnmg and holdmg the road Thev also learn the fundamentals of trafhc lavus and drmng safety The drlver trammg course has been offered III our hrgh school for nme vears approwmnately two thousand students have recerved traunng over tlns penod The other phase of thrs trarmng IS dnver educa tlon WhlCll IS the theory of Clfhlllg care of the car, and the testmg of eves reactlon tune etc Thls work IS taught by Mr Hooker Mr Hump hrey, and Mr Overman Ralph Hooker Cecxl Humphrey Harold Vlfegner ,dp-on 9 T J , A he I U 'aj I .... 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' Y v 7 , 1 9 ' n Y I 4 - . ,J 96 Cwuaelwus Ame Undmluudiug friends Ola Sludeulo Miss McKellar, Senior Counse- lor, helps Ioan Woods, Walter Skierlcowslci and Dale Alinslcy select colleges 'Wmdsf Our eleventh twelfth grade counselor IS Mrss Rebecca McKellar and our mnth tenth grade counselor IS Mr Morton Dunham They Work rn close cooperatron wrth Mrss Bess Day Drrector of Gurdance for the MlCll1g3H Clty PlllJllC Schools The gurdance workers are prlmarrlx concerned Wlth educatlonal gurdance and counselmg Stu dents go to them for understandmg and help wrth thelr personal soclal educatronal and vocatronal problems The counselors also HCllI1lHlStCI' tests of varlous kmcls help vuth schedules and program planmng career day parent and group meetrngs and other prolects clesrgned to help students better under strnd themselx es and vs ork ton ard becommg hap pler more useful c1t1zens Mr Robert Bucx dlrector of pupll personnel rs rn charge of attendance records he also rssues work permrts to students , l f 3 B - as h if r M' Robert Buoy Bess Day Morton Dunham Rebecca McKeller 1' 7 , 97 0? -d sf? .A.lMem!w1w Swwe A V Assistuit Richard Seedorf leirns the mechanics of the moue proyec tor claw? 9u Many wage The Audio Visual Center is operated for the purpose of supplying the best available teaching devices to the Michigan City Schools. The equip- ment is properly maintained and the materials are cataloged for convenient selection by teachers. An advisorv committee consisting of a representa- tne from each school building coordinates the use of materials Miss Stuart is the coordinator for the Senior High School Student assistants checlx out materials inspect incoming Elms operate proyectors and assume certain responsibilities for the school radio broad casts The director Mr George Mclntrre, trains teachers rn eflee tive techniques for the proper utilization f audio visual ma terials in the Classroom Daily s c h o ol t 1 m e broadcasts issu ing bulletins and providing new slettcrs are also a part of the audio program Scluwk Vlwweo Hekp Maudam Own Health Shuwlwulo JWQEW' .SPX Among the xarious duties of Miss Ruth Kernena and Miss Lucil le I nnhn the public school nurses IS thc task of administering Hrst aid to students of the elementary yun 1or and senior lngh schools In iddition to tlns helping Vtltll 1111 1HllIl1llt1Oll dentll Cllll1CS adnnnis tcring TB patch tests and Ulllllg XISIOII and hearing tests are robs that ther clpablv perform Nurses Ruth lxemena and Lucille I nnlin check Sandi lrcece s tonsils A I J - s f ,a K , ,il . . . sissy v , . v , 0 A 7 - L' y . W A V , . . 2 1 2 l 0 f fifitwefr ' M I 453 Q l ' ' 'M f 1 r - - M f . ' '- 7 ' 7 il i I ' . ' L C ' - 7 ' , . 2 , ' A L2 , Q ., . .- m , f X . ' . V , K f 7 C rp ,ar , C X! l 5 ' 1 1 X .......v K, . 4 J ' XR ,I Q J H . ,K as 'N'-N, W. 5 J ,Jimi , ' .' ' ' ' . . , . , ' ' , ' ' I K 1 I ' Cllao ali '59 What is it like to be a sophomore? Many of us have experienced it, but for others this experience is just start- ing. As sophomores we set our sails for the goals we hoped to achieve during high school. YVith the help of our sponsor teachers, we were steered on the right course. Our first social function was the sophomore party. We became a part of "City" life by participating in many school clubs, and showing loyalty through the support of school athletic events. Our first journey is now ending, and we look forward to next fall when we'll sail full mast through our junior year. ROW 1 Iudi Abraham ,U Iudy Aekil Doris Ada A Wilbur Adkins Beverly Adler - lean Aqemy - ' Ruth Alger 2 yr 4 . . ROW 2 Richard Alix Robert Alix Elizabeth Allen Anne Angell - 'Su Carol Antoszewski J Carol Applequist ft, -C7 Donald Archer v ROW 3 ,lack Arnold Warren Ashton William Bachmann Patricia Bacon Emily Bahar Raymond Bailey Judy Baines ROW 4 John Baker Sally Ballard Keith Bancroft Yvonne Baron Karen Bartels Richard Bartels j Marvin Bauqh ROW 5 Kay Beach Donna Lou Benison Nancy Bentley lerry Bernath Alice Bertholl James Biddle l fl .ju 'Y Sophomore class officers are Iean Frehse, secretaryg Christy Clements vice-presidentg Norman Dabagia, president. ,f 15, as f.: "' as 16 5 ,NA - x 419 J 'Ml -7 ,N K' V 2 G.. rt , ? -0,1 rr IJ , vat . x 'f lf? -na .3 Kr ' - X I Q ,S fel- I -. 'um' 1 - - ,, - . 1 , -I wi' Q V e dt f 1 AKJ 5. K 'F j eg? , V Q 6 -A A ' , ' . ' 3, fn 'Q 5-1 4 ,,, ew A s , 'XQfX 'Z Barbara Biever 'V , -N - . we-. .- sl 99 M -Q- '17 N-1' 'V 36- Q- Xl guy 'is ts E C, 1 'tr ht' aww 'sf eu L 'S' 00 s 6 N7 and ,av 4 'Y ROW l Sue Bxntz Bonme Black Horace Bland Marxanne Blank Wendy Blank Ieffrey Blomgren Iames Bobo ROW 2 LaDonna Boquslawskx Iohn Bohnstadt Karen Bohnstadt Clatre Bonfleld Barbara Bootcheck Iudy Bootcheck James Borte ROW 3 Sharon Brand Charles Buckley Ieanene Brxese Iudy Brrnk Davxd Brown jerry Brown Raymond Brown ROW 4 Joanne Bryant Helen Buchanan Vrctor Bucy Darlene Burdrck Robert Burke Karen Burklow Lmda Burns ROW 5 Emmalxne Butler Carol Butts Dallas Butts Robert Butts Carl Campbell Hobart Carter ROW 6 Dorrs Caste-el Iames Cavm Susan Chubb Chrrsty Clements 1111 Cochran Lzllre Colller Alta Mae Colwell HOW 'I Kay Conaway Davxd Connelly Dale Cook Iames Cook Nerl Cook Max Corzme Caral Craft ROW 8 xr xma Creutzburg Vgxllxam Crowl Donald Cunnmgham Karen Curry led Curtxs Barbara Czxzek Lounse Dabagxa ROW 9 Norman Dabagxa Phxhp Dabaqra Ioann Daley Tom Dargrs Lmda Davxs Vlfqlnld Davls Patrrcla Dawson ROW IU Betty DeVaux Robert Dlbkey vlfglnld Drckey Stella Drmlck Mary Dmqler Nancy Dxnqler Robert Drrks 2 4. . ' 17, Q H, l ' t , t My .. ft Y K I. x A J .rv I - , 3' 2 ' 1 1 . l U -pl C. gk ' W 1 . U C ' f I . f' 11 ., A N z ,,.' ,. ff 3 .I N - ,A Q. i , f . Y L 'S' 'f' Q , ,sly , si 1 Ql ,. ft! ' , A: 1.21.2 A 1 Q l V A 'lj :Q H I , l Ge?" f 'T li ' V ' , ' ' . . , .,-. I I f 'al ', 'Ju 'J K' C ' 'QQ -- . X 159 El Sondra Carnes ,Ml L 5 Q H , , in he Q 5 , nl ' v . l 1 L .g we-1 ' I I H . P y . f N. an 5 , "' ' , ' ', 2 ' , 1, fa , b X to tk, N L V my W ,bv I A ' f 4, x Q, V. N. V. "-3 ' "' ' 'za , , ' "' "' 4: V rt .Q J jf? ' 4 4 Q - , ww, K 12x t ,,., , . . if . .X " fi!" W1 f ' " P A - f 6 J 1 A '- I ' 7 ' . 3 1 b if - V h ,T .. .-, N were I Q 'fo 2 new .J " . ' 1 ,. . B 2 4 B Q. .. if Q Ai ,K . - ' 11.5 by l Sophomore sponsor teachers are sented Mr Wfxkc Mrs Russell Mr Meer M155 Taxlor M155 Commer, NIL NIQI1 Sfillldlllg Mr Lamb Aft Ilultgren, All Dehne A11 'Nflttov Mr Irgang Nh. Callaway. ROW 1 Judy Dolezal Gary Dolson Rudy Dombko sm Pctrxfzfz D r Gciry Dc: ' 7 ugene- Dre G W. T Dblg'-,cf J ROW 2 Rzrhcrrd Durnol Robert Ebert John Echxrzz Don Hike Ruth Ed Vhllm Paul ROW 3 ,Terry Eldmdge Dave Elllscn Ierry Enya? Dcvxd Fc. Dcxvld F Joann Ray HOW 4 Harold Fallen-. s Karen Pisth 'w'.'11m:: F155 Susie FQ: Iocn F.: Vflllxcz Donn ROW 5 ' me :LYJ1 4 Lqj Fe ...' .3 Hebert F C K 1' Iegn F nf , I fi "PP uv as , 5, if ff. Y i , , ., tix 3 x Q Q .-A 'W 1 4 t Sze 0, Y x 3. 5 t '.J f v dim' Q , fi X lx flies SN Q-v A , we s 3 tix ,r 'I Axe ' 2 XR 'fi '-ss nf , -A, 1 1 ... 7 ,s... i ll . t r 'Ag nu..,,. xiv' , EV' r T? Nfl - an 1 , 41' " 3 5 1 ,.fN . NJ., I 'x 'S' 'wir 5- ., , till: 2 X -cf! RN, f s i if? ' 'f :u ' F '.::Q ' -A m Q -1' Lifts 9 V, A 4 K . -ff ,Q K , isa, Q . l 7. , f 1 Y it -a 1, -2 .,, , 1- NH4' if-N. J' , X Q 6 va ix Pig! Sl x , V, ' 'I02 - '2 Cllaoo 06 '59 Sophomores get into the swing of things at Elston by attending the dances held after the ball games. Seen dancing at the HY" were Iudy Papine- au, Iolin Messner, Dave VVerdine, lane Killiugbeclc, Sue XVinsl4i, and Bob Lopp. ROW 1 Sharon Frame Charmaine Freeman Maureen Freese Philip Freese .a-X Jean Frehse "1" Brenda Frierson 1 Robert Fritz Viv f ROW 2 Stephen Fritz Carol Froehlke Karen Gardiner " Ioe Gayheart Ierry George - Joseph George Gloria Giberson W If "': 5 "ff :'-.i Q ROW 3 2 Kent Gifford , Patricia Glick , Charlotte Gondeck ' V ' David Good " Karen Gourley -.2 Anna Graham N' Patricia Granacki ROW 4 Paul Grant Larry Grauel Phillip Greaves A Glenda Greening Roger Grieger -e' Martha Griffin William Griffin an HOW 5 Mary Gring Nora Gustavis 'S Helen Haack I L, Patricia Haack Elaine Hagen Paulita Hague William Hahn J LH. ROW 6 Robert Haller Larry Hamann lerry Handlin Helen Hansen .' Laura Harbart -' Sharon Harrigan Dems Hcpke ' A ROW 7 1 lohn Harris Ag Robert Harris : Fred Hart ' -, Gary Hartsburg ' Barbara Hathoot 1, Sandra Hathoot - V , Larry Haught f .1 ft ROW I Oueen Haynes Davld Heeq Charles Hexse Carol Hendeles Ronald Hendrtck Archle H l 1 eney Ift e rey Hennard ROW 2 AA 'JJ "' Karla Henry Www Marllyn Heurmq Rlchard H1qqs Perry Hllton Clifford Hlnkley 1 mda Hoffman Steve Hornyak an 1? HOW 3 Wrlham Hudson WWI Amta Hughes Iames Hunt Lynn Hunter Iames Hurt Ardell Iqlelskx , Bernard Ionnacc1 now 4 Aiatk Wallace Ireland George Isbell Karen Isemmqer Rose Ivey Gerald Iankowslcl Suzanne lanoskx 2 Ronald Ianuchowskx ROW 5 Lynne Ianz 1 I Tom Iarka Davxd Iasperson Iudy Ienkms Damel Iesko aww ...- 3, fi" Nancy Johnson Xf Robert Johnson ROW 6 Stuart Iohnson Carol Iones Paul Iones Della Ioseph wr' .ff 3 Sandra Ios h f Daniel Kammskl Ianet Kanqer ROW 7 Bruce Kaufman Tom Kazmucha Ann Kelley Margaret Kelley Barbara Kemp Nexl Krenltz Ruth Kleper ROW 8 iv? 31395 Iane Kzllmqbeck Sandra Kmtzele Patrzma Kloslnskl Karen Knexsley Iohn Knlola gy Ierome Kohn 'Y ? .X 'Y Raymond K omasmskx ROW 9 X.-4 xx Steven Kettler Gerald Kozlolek Iames Kozlowskx Iudy Krebs Chrrs Krenqel 'fb Barbara Krlesel Nlcholas Krochmal ROW 10 Nxcholas Krueqer Iohn Kubrk Mary Ahce Kublk Brzan Kuchxk Dlane Kulakowskl Donald LaBorn Le E Lee s. 3 W Miftffvsu-we 'MQ ,I I - f , I ' I so I 4 I -. 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Hungrx gals forget about crlorrcs rncl figures xxlrul caring tlrrs popu lar srmclx Prtrx Brcon, nclx clxrl uclx LIILIHQ Nlrlrx Grrng lllll lxrrnn Qurrx are 1 fur of tlrc grrls who Lnlox 111173 ROW I Eugene- Lemons Duane Lef s H' - Judy Laws Faye eJay Q, Carol Lrndborq lahn Lmdsay Davrd Lrppens ROW 2 Rohert Lcpp vorman Lcsrnreckr ,., Norman lame lady Lus ornb Y 3 Narrnan Lykans X le y Mac Ggcx ROW 3 oy e Ma ar Robert M hlka Jer y Markel 4' Karrn Marks Plryl s Marsr NJ ,nr Marsh luw l Marsh ROW 4 Donna Mr r 1 Gry .71 barren X fle Marsr all Merrxxcallrer lcl rr Mc-ssnrrr Edward Mayor ROW 5 barna l. 1 Mover Chard lffxer Rohcrt Mrchael Dav d Mrchae-ls la rc Mrkulskr q ret V l a C c',n Iv'r cr ROW 6 love yr V1 a 5 Mr Ne x r Ulrlls C l Vrt rell it lla Mrzrnrak Drrne Mohamed ,, Thelma Marsan LL. ROW 7 W cl entz l'l'rr yn Wlorrtqarnrry , DUI Norton r h rrl Moyer QQ, rn Mrrollrr N, Hobart Murray L ,rx 1 104 Prrrrrk MJ lray ffiraf r N .A ' A z ' 1 i' 4 K . r . ' Y 1 K, ' X H . K . 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M 4 g S-A Z ,,, , t ., . 13 1 2 . t N l 2 'IUUNA i fm' . I 'Q' Pause that refreshes - Coke tune at 4 NI.C.Il.S. is enjoyed by sophomore boys and girls. Relaxing at the coke nigieliine are Lynne Innz, Marilyn lleuring, lecl Curtis, and Mickey Moy- Cr. ROW 1 lay Nash Robert Neulleb N Sharon Nevorski " S '.L ' 1 John Nieman Q Q 'A ri ,MJT , Q lohn Novak ,V 4 'Tv ' , Q, '- Patricia Novak ' 1 ' N j K"r" ' Teresa Novak A , -r . w A . K now z W Donald Nowatzke Frances OiBf1HQSCi lames O mstea .. -'K - Paul Olson -1 'Q n 1 , ', Q X '- Charles Oviatt Anna Pace . . Iarnes Pace xl .X . L HOW 3 Mike Panieeia judith Papineau Karen Passage ', V3 '43, 5? 5 4, Fred Pawlalc f . we . ' Q George Pawloski kj We ' Mary Payne k ' 'W' ' ' Patricia Pea ' A Li H - , ROW 4 Betty Pearson it' i Brian Pence V - Iackze Peters r:""' -In 'S -' Edith Pens 'Q , v I V3 , Imelda Pxiarski ' '- V 7, Ianife Prlk N, ' Q , al Lamonte Povloek W x ' f g 3 W I ' X .J- ROW 5 Phyllis Povloek . Barbara Prtebe M .. ' Kenneth Prybylla I 1 y , 1 Sara Puzjsley ' ludgth Quadlzn '-- 'J Q Sandra Ramsay ' ' l Terry Redamak ' 1 I 7 J x kdm t 5 g . HOW 6 faniee Reed Karen Reed 5, . f Wilson Reese 4 ' 3 A ' 3 Q Ronald Reetz 1 1 Tzniothy Reichel 'K ' - ' Wendy Reztrnan ' Q U Steve Rempala fl -'RQ A 1 1 1 . ' , f 1 ROW 7 Frfd Requarth l lanet Richter 1 'Q g fl: ' ' F, - William Riqqs 5 I ha v 3 y " Elaine Ritter ix V83 .,, f 4 ' Coral Robbins ' ' 4 Margaret Robbins X I, Mary Robhzns N., ' ' Vg Q "" '??fr4:.Lh 105 3 1 ' rg: f3 -r"Y 2' I 5 qv -' " Q V xg if 1 'S 'Z "?.'.7' ROW 1 Barbara Roland Rrchard Roland loann Rosolrk Clarence Rozinski Richard Rzyski . I I L 4 Sharon Sadenwater Anthony Sadowskr ROW 2 Ronald Sadlowskr Marla Sallwonczyk Fuad Sam v- Paul Sammann Bette Samuelson :Q Lours Sass Patr1ck Saturday ROW 3 Stanley Saturnus Davld Saya Euaene Schmltt -0 Iudrth Schoch K Maureen Schroeder N., George Schultz Henry Schultz ROW 4 Charles Schomaker Norman Schumaker Darla Schrader Kenneth Schrxmsher Larry Schroeder Donald Scurlo-Ck Rrchard Seedorf ROW 5 Irm Seeley Raymond Selke Sandra Shank 'S ll 'wer' Wrllle Shannon Mrchael Sheely Marrlynn Shepperson E i I Carolyn Sherrrll ,. .4- J 6 Mr -is -v ROW S Ianet Shrkany Sharon Srebert Donald Sregrnund Phyllts Srmmons Ioyce Srms Iames Skrbo Ronald Skxrmont ROW 7 M1 hael Slutzkrn Evelyn Srmth Pamela Smlth Robert Smrth Stephen Smrth "'9' Y f 3 ,I W rw! 106 Barbara Salner Bruce Sonnenberq ROW 8 Gerry Sousley Sharon Sparks Iames Stalbaum Larry Stembeck -ef Marcxa Stephenson Sandy Strne Robert Stockwell ROW 9 Claudra Stolze Beverly Story 4. Edna Storey ,- Karen Strana James Strawder Robert Surber Sh1rley Sutton ROW 10 lames Swltzer Beverly Sydow Sandra Sydow Glenda Syers Walter Synave Robert Szecholda Terry Tanber l Q , gr A K x 'E 9 t 'X S S - , -V . ' R" utr , 'f Q 'S , v to 1? ' 'J A . 452 y ,fixgj ,, I N1 X Q u , K .L .- tv 1, -It 'vs .B ' ' "- f' ' ' .., 'N Rx 'Q --:A S" tx" l Q .:qX '. X rl X'jf'L i N lm -, xy., 'S 51, '75 'f ,y 1. hi ' K ., Q 9 r ,X :L gf? A . :"V,,r "' 1 'Z K J, Y ' Q t I 1, ' ' . Vt ' " ' "7 , 'f 'if QE . x 1 f " W' K 'Q 5 'Q " 1 . t il l' lf-if. . 4 f n 1'-3 3 , v Q . I ,. I ' ,Q I 3 av ,, ' I 1 ,mfv .IZ 'Q W ' 7 ' ' A " f 'F r -1' 2 1 B f r N' C I ei ,S Qif f V t, A ' AC A 1 N Qhlr an ic I: 'al s ? Q .,.. , 1 inn? H It , Q' " Z '.., ff Cllao mb '59 Brian Kuchik, Bob Iohnson, Dave Michaels, and Phil Frecsc were seen at the beach last summer resting up before school started. ROW 1 Karen Tatarski Dixie Taylor Charles Thomas Juliet Thomas lack Thompson Marvin Thorpe loe Tilden ROW 2 Marvin Timberlake, lr. Gerald Timbrook Iames Todd Linda Thompson Pricilla Toniazzo Madeline Toutloff Sondra Treece ROW 3 Wilbert Turner lames Turner Thomas Tyrrell Virginia Uebler Sandra Ulrich Bruno Uryga Donna Valentine ROW 4 lames Vernier James Volstori Christe-1 Wachsmuth David Wagner Dennis Wahl Henry Walker Loretta Walker ROW 5 Harry Waltz lohn Waltz lohn Warclean Essie Ware Danora Waterhouse David Watts Shirley Wazni ROW 6 Darren Weber Pat Webster Yvonne Weiler Carol Wentland Gerald Werdin David Werdine Betty White ,I 1 in M 'Q 'Pl' .an t., sl Q A , Q 4517 iff? '4' Q if .vw 'tx t J 2 W- ":il Q" Haan all '59 Sophomore girls enjoy a slumber party. All the props needed are a toothbrush, pj's, plenty of food, and music to keep the slumberers awake all night. Patricia Klosinski and Maureen Freese have fun at a slumber party. ROW I Carol White Iames White , Richard Whitlow A "' ' 'Q Bryant Wieqel N .f Q . ff, Walter Wiencel: K "" 'wf,:2fQ " 3' Daisy Williams Yo 7 1-' -7' Iohnny Williams if 7 a x ROW 2 O. C, Williams Gail Wvifnski Sue inski an-A Kensall wise . 1 I T rr ise 373' ephffiiis wiiowski Susan Witte lik N F? rp, ROW 3 Phyllis Wolfe Sharon Wolford f' Wayne Wolford .11 Gloria Woodard Ann 'R Ioan Woodruff Harriett Wright y is Q 01.73, r 'Q M i Y Ronald Wright ROW 4 Thomas Wright Richard Wroblewski Diane Wsialci J .,,, Carol Zawacki Ronald Zeese Darlene Ziebart Elaine Zriny ROW 5 Marilyn Zywanoski 8 ll 'QQ tl :P 108 onnniniding officers sliown plotting a course for the class are Dick Hutmacli- r, Nice President, le.nnnnf, Sam, Secretary, and Sury Ferguson, President. Claim mb ROW 1 Barbara Abraham lean Adrian James Aqerny Mary Ann Aqorichas I d Ahl ' u y grim Sandra Anderson BOW 2 Thomas Armstrong Donald Azar Norman Azar Dennis Baker Eugene Bancroft Bruce Bandurski ROW 3 William Beecher lohn Bentley Barbara Bielski Wayne Bielski Edwin Black Donald Blackmond ROW 4 Ieanne Blanchard Fred Blissmer Larry Bluhm Patricia Blumenfeld Sharon Eoese Gene Bolka ROW 5 Ioan Boniield Mardelle Bonner lee Braden Alice Brown Fred Brown Karen Bruemmer X., September, 1953 was the date we set sail for senior high school. XVC explored our new surround- ings, and then held our first social event - the sophomore party. YVith Donna Scott, Susie Ferguson, and Steve Pohl as oth- ccrs, and Mrs. Kelly and Mr. VVegncr as coinnianders, our party was a big success. "Seven- teen" was the theme, so we wore jeans, sloppy shirts, and dirty saddles. After a fun-filled sophomore year, we were accliniated enough to begin our junior year. This time we voted Susie Ferguson, Dick Hutniacher, and leannine Sain to be our officers, with Mrs. Spiro and Mr. XVegner as coin- niandcrs. Juniors have many opportunities for leadership. 9' 'af 0' 'J' 'lr ' Cl.: -5 . X 'Xin l B' . 'X f fi 'Y r sa- ., . 'btw' ,,,. i si I sn, 'Z ' .Y -4 'J' Q -.2 , -.1 -ik -.QQ , -on g l .,"'.V' Q48 s K 'X L, p 1 ,, ' 'F' V Q ' -9 ..J.!f ,gr V' ' K ' if' r: Y 4 vb 99 ur t r. XP? fix t'2 1-A N mi ' A H ,V ' , sv 1. J I 1'-M we I vs Q .ii K Y xxx f " 'i 'Bti 1 L 3? .a- o -3 K? i F N s. . 109 S X 'iii Some of the "top brass" who help to guide us are seated l to r: Mrs. Urqu- hart, bliss Luck, bliss Henry, ltlrs. Spiro, bliss Hall, and blrs. Kelly, Stand- ing 1 to r: Mr, Miller, Mr. Belden, Mr. Lonzo, Mr. Giflel, and Mr. L. VV. Smith. Mr. Vlfegner not pictured. VVe spent many evenings sell- ing at football and basketball games to help subsidize the class. It was a lot of hard work, but we had fun doing it. This was the year for our Hrst class play, 'The Great Big Doorstep," which was a success. As juniors, it has been our job to plan and sponsor the PYOIH. Now as we end our junior year, we look into the distance and see a light house beam lighting the way to a glorious senior year. K V ,. M 5, HOW 1 " William Bucklin I K?th 1BErkLciw , .. au ur ow 3 I W' Q: X ff .. J ,Z BigiehSug gurfon -, s - .af , I ic ar ut er Q Q 1 . 'J 'K f 'A - " 1 lack Butts g -if 'K s cy! ' N-if M rg: X Q Mir 'J S-1 ROW 2 'E' A A ' in Sonjia Butts Sandra Caddo J x William Carlisle ai - ,ff -0 41 I I 1 H, jerry Carlton V vw Q K , A John Carpenter Q Qt, , in I x W I Q Robert Chapala f r .P ' ' ' is " ' af , Q X' if X r A , A . 1' ' - , ,im I s: gi 49' ' if-IA' - ,,. fi , 54-, .' . ROW 3 - Dennis Clark Marcia Coar ,,, losephine Coberley Y M ns, 1: Q ' Gail Cochran qv. 9 3, L 5 Elizabeth Collins ...ag ' K , , I A ,dx Robert Comer - 3 ROW 4 Philip Conaway Q Kcfdren Cguch , arry overt . A , ,A - Ierry Cox Y ,Q -- 2 f- " 'Q sf l " " r Lester Cox i g AA v' 1" f-CA. .az ludy Crawford o f -:X . "df fs' . . X 'V ' ',S., -,... J ft M U lerry Cripe Jagaes frog ynt ia ana , fs 5 Thomas Darman 5 at 'Q A2 X A , Glenda Davis fhfx 'V .x1, , 4 g 3 ., " Mary Davis -. jfs ., h-f 1' 'xi r r 'fl 7' it Q ' . K1-i' ... ' , s X HOW 5 . Ronald Davis V ' Nancy Dean 3 ' Ligdca Dgacy ,QU U ' ic ar Dipert Y '9 xc , - ' x 4' Q Nancy Dombkowski i -gf , .- x 'v K A Carol Dombrowsky ...W , ta. F .M , H0 Oulotaudwg .Ceadefwlup uuleo 58 A Tkfwugh Buoy Uean ROW l Sharon Dombrowsky Larry Drzal Eugene Dubmskx Betty Durham Ierry Ellxs Sandee Elhson ROW 2 Susan Ferguson Edward Fxnkel Iudy Pmney Iack Flschbacker Ehzabeth Flsher Iames Frsk ROW 3 Robert Flotow Sandra Flotow Katrxna Fly Thomas F1 Barbara oldenauer Carolyn Foltz Nadme Fowler Er1ck Franson Anne Fraser Lorraxne Fredenburq lack FIIYZ Thomas Galloy HOW 5 loyce Gasaway lames Gatzka Norma George Terrence Gxlday W1ll1am Gmther Danlel Glrard ROW 6 Dale Goede Danxel Goldman Anthony Gralxk Barbara Gralzk Sue Greenmq Sandra Gresham ROW 7 Nancy Gr1ev1sh Donald Groch Mlke Gulhver Randall Gumns Nancy Hall Susan Handorf HOW 8 Donald Hanna Karen Hapke Marlon Harmon Helen Harvxlle Sharon Hathoot Eugene Hayman X ,1 -x -or 'lf wav .,-9' wr- ti "1' J 111 ,an -C7 err 'WM 5.1.1 ' v 0 I r , , A-. S v 2-I! 2 A'.,. , - A .ll . A ' ' will ' 1 ,Q i V gg 5 IQI- 1 V. . Q ' bg.. - W llu. H ' V 1 , In 14, 1 H . . Q W 5 1 .V , Z VQAV iii VM , ,Q .A W... .fl u. We u ns.. K W 1 , , 4 I l at S 3 K ' 7 S " t tt My o o S vi A' f - t fi 2 .,:., h.'- ,, v " ' I A gg an Q . . X .V A Y ,.,. . x 1 L I l Xe 4 A l S-A fr r- -2- -4 are t ,Y l 1 vs 41:2 g as -I V Ev pc, I- 0 I I r A-,.. LZ: , - ' X Q. , 4. . , 1 "' l ' .. on ' F l - A ' A ' '7 ., V, or Q N 1 my , S wv faxn 4 TL . . v I' 9 1 1 o, 5 ' ' , M' 41,1 , it The steering committee members are seated l to rg Susie Slcierkowski, Maryann Roberts, Donna Scott, Dennis Nowtel, Suzy Ferguson, Dick llutmaelrer, Pris- cilla Saturday, Rosie Jacobs, Jayne Knellcr. Standing are Don Klosinski, Bar- bara Abralizim, Dennis Lyon, Indy Ahlgrini, Bill Carlisle, Sandra Flotow, Fred Vtfood, Bobby ltferiweuther, Allen W'ilCox, ltfarily llill, Dennis Baker, Anne Fraser, Donald Groch, Carolyn Kuszmaul, Bill Pollnow, and Robert Flotow. -an A 5 .. , 1 .au ' N., ,Q 'L Clayton Henson C X W h ' 1 ' X ., LA Q. 1- r ROW I Betty Hefner Sue Hendrick Willie Henley Joyce Hennard Donald Henrieh ROW 2 Vtlanda Herrbaeh Thomas lChas.l Hess Charles Hiaqs A - C ,L K 'T 'fit' ' gl' Lanny Hilberq 0 Q' .- 4 M- if , " . - J Mqruy Hill ' ' ' 4 Q David Hill er 5' 1 3' u ef- ' z . , 4 6 qc' Q ,Q H ' 1. -0 1 5 by my r .Q-ff ,h Y J N 5 1 5 - :--r X if J wa' J if ia - X h. A5 ,V A - ,. .. - in I lbl' 1, f ' ,f ',.- f A , ' tv , FEE' J t. Km: xc .tr X- 4..:: HOW 3 Joyce Hilton Sharon Himm Anita Hively Robert Hock Charlene Hoffman Norma Holloway ROW 4 Jane Holmes Connie Howard Janet Hudson James Hurst Richard Hutmaeher Gene Hutson HOW 5 Robert Hyer Jack Igelslci Terry Ingersoll Janet Inman Rose Jacobs Matt Jarrett ROW 6 Ann Jarvis Eric Jasperson Bonnie Jennings Jean Johansen Kathleen Johnson 1- f eg ..A. 3 -'W' Arlene Johnson 'lv' an-J , as b 3 Ja fl at 112 WE LEARN THROUGH WORK A D PLAY ROW l Larry lohnson Ronald Johnson Wlllxa Mae lohnson W11I1am Iohnson 1' Patrxcxa Iohnston Delvm Iones ROW 2 Anna Jordan Iudy Ioseph Ierome Iurcxk Iudy Keen Ierry Keene -1 0x .Eh BD ROW 3 Barbara Krllm beck Patrxcxa Krrk cmd Donald Klosmskr Tadeusz K1S16l9WSk1 Sally Klusovsky Carol Klusows 1 ROW 4 Iayne Kneller Marjorle Knoll Darlene Koepke Lorralne Ko Sue Kolodzrepskr Connre Konreczny ROW 5 Gall Kosi Ronald Kroemnq Connle Krueger Howard Kubsch Nancy Kunkel ROW 6 Carl Kush Carolyn Kuszmaul Gerald Lanqwell Marilyn LaRocco Carl Larson Bruce LeRoy ROW 7 Irene Levendouskx Frederxck Levme Marol n LEWIS Fred, Lxeber James Lmdernan Sue Ann Lmdeman ROW 8 Iohn Lmdenmeyer Thomas Llppens Carol Lochmarer Deanna Loetz -1 nil' ,y- "" a-in X, 'CZK' ...CI '27 4.2 as ff' El'-'13, gin Bonnie Lowder I N Dennxs Lyon pl' A 113 43' -'Z 1'1- F3 - -. ' ,Y 3 , la 1 W . ': 7 ' 2 1 we fa-D ,--Y f 'Q V? A , X 'T' l' , Y .l1"bA V A l ,, , 2 Q ,,,.4 I V ' ' " ? :A D ,tu ' ' ' , 1 ry-3 Q' -1 bl Y ' - k' 'Rae ' A ,A A .' . A A 5 . 5- ' l V , L, ' hue , R, ,W ,, , ,ga ' ' , ll -J W I A xl , I Q L I A I- r ,MQ . 4' . William Kuhn 1 Q' .Sv lf , 1 V- wa A . 'el rr Y:-N AVL . 2, 2 A , if, J . , 4 , R ,, Q.. 75 'Z - F y fx X on ., Ax f V wi 4 ,, q JMX - K A ' . f, 4, - f, j or A R Avo w 1 R N , Gm? 3 I A S l q I' A, fl 4 X 4- , ,, S? - .5 . .. " .x A X F 3 - ak- wg-:sq M . i, 1-. .1 'cw Pia 4 L.. Chrxstme Mcrszclek 'A ROW 3 'if f a 2-A 'I14 '58 RINGS HELP PROMOTE CLASS PRIDE dum. ' ..,j -.., , P N. 1 P Q P P P P ms P Q N xxx, ,KX j l V 5 , . xfv ' 15 ,, , hiv I Q ' ' - 2' I' 2 Pk My xii x 'P ' My K The fun of receiving class rings is not over- looked by these three juniors as Kathryn Steele admires Ianice Soward's ring with Fred Wood looking on. ROW I Edward Peebles Ioyce Peters Louise Peters Paul Pierqalski Gene Pilk Jerome Pitrowski ROW 2 Margaret Pliske Steghen Pohl T addeus Polita William Pollnow Robert Pollock Sandra Popard ROW 3 Marilyn Porteriield ludy Potempa Howard Potter Bill Price Betty Pritchett Susan Przybylinski HOW 4 David Quinn Karen Reed Wayne Reicher Roberta Reppert Gerald Ritchie Sharon Ritter ROW 5 Sharon Roark Maryann Roberts Henry Robbins George Rogers Arlene Roush Michael Rowe ROW 6 Barbara Rude Gerhard Reuber Ronald Ryba Ioe Rybicki Richard Ryden Jeannine Sam ROW 7 Eugene Samys Ruthie Sanders Priscilla Saturday Barbara Savinski Bob Schaurnann Iudy Schliephake linac., J ? '45 M i 'N A'-, S Q yr! . Q' 'grw by r E my i, -Q gf , X x -H-i , '." . "QM awk i ,, v 12- - 5 ' H 1 R X V . , f it 1- r , ,. ' . R x K, E AA -,-,- , K 'Q 2-- me ..., M .,.f. , , XS A X l Ex . X - ' V' - i, n . A f 'L ig :P , JJ f isis in 2 XM P I , ' -ff' ' ' 'te f tl ' eu' fv- 1 7 as JK r gl. 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K I " t 4 ani l i 115 CLASS OP 58 LEADS FLEXIBLE LIFE' I Q was fun if 4 K' fv- ,rf as 'As fr i .-4 Vx. -vw '27 116 sr ,bv ,ps -vw ROW l Raymond Schnrck Larry Schoch Ioseph Schomaker Sandy Schrerber Nancy Schroeder Gerry Schwestka ROW 2 Donna Scott Harold Scovel Yvonne Seedorf Leonard Shank W1l11am Shebel Denms Shelton ROW 3 Ronme Shrck Phrlxp Srlcox Donald Srmpson Lester Srmpson Susan Skrerkowskr Ioyce Skxvers HOW 4 Gregory Skwxat Ron Slater Rlchard Slaughter Lee Smrth Robert L Smrth Robert M Smxth ROW 5 Thomas R Smrth Elame Snyder Elorse Snyder Larry Sobeckr Ianrce Sowards Charles Sprnmnq ROW 6 Ioan Spychalskr Wxllram Stanley Theodore Stanz Ianrce Steele Kathryn Steele Rrchard Sterne ROW I Patsv Stmchcomb Charles Stolze Phrlrp Store Mrchael Surns Iudy Swendsen Darlene Swanso ROW 8 Barbara Szymkowskr Betty Taylor Kenneth Thompson Wmrfred Thompson Chrlstopher Txmm Iudy Tough H S S 4 sw L S3 L , ? -"' W -Sf' ,' P w S .will xfltlx xv ' X 't N ' ' lt vxiix . f 1? ,, ' . . ' A I rg I 1 Q . ,V .A Z X E, tx? A or 4 H N lt f V T , W' I ,F N- 5 V xl . . rl if E ' - ' -. 3 . 1 V - I ' Q' X i xnxx M.:-'it :lk 5 Q A 1 :L V M .? , K K 5 F K . . 1 V ' I L' 2 ' I' "laura Q k g ' A L x Z x.'p .U L I 4 it .,,, 7 ,,rr V , a 5 ' 'j"" ' A .. L ' J rl . xro 2 ' V .th . NR x ., 5 I ,, ' 'Q S A ' Y "" 1? 23' Q . , Q' 'L X S S Vw -I K L 4.4 . L I ul, T7 , x , V 4 -v WK., gf S .-., A X msg dx f-7 1 Deep discussions on boys, clothes, boys schools and boys in general keep these en ergetic '58ers up till the wee hours at Suzy's house. A Rockin 8z Rollin evening at the Y was enjoyed by 58ers ROW 1 Karen Trask Marilyn Trunk Barbara Tuel ,wi we Mary lane Turner J , . . . ",, 9' Daniel Urbanski , Romid urbqek ' ""'N ROW 2 Donna Volk Virginia Volstorl Ronald Wachowski George Walker r .t Robert Ward Donald Watkins ,dl x ROW 3 Carole Vfells Kay S. Wells Marlene Wericlaff Larry Wiencek Allen Wilcox Paul Wilhelm sl s-J ROW 4 Ralph Williams Howard Willis lohn Wilson Carlton Wise A Donna Wlsemore V , - lean Wisthoft A , .tix k . 1 D A-"w L LL ROW 5 Fred Wccd lanice Wood Karen Woss ' Donald Wozriiak ' ,. Iohn Wozniak l Q Richard Wozniak I Nl! , V ,177 . K V M . H... N74 , I I ,L An example of the '58 flexibility is M l Iayne Krreller. HOW 6 Iudxe Wright ' illiarn Wright Doris Wyman ' 1-fi ROW 7 Sandra Zeese ', J A Robert Zezula ' Q ' f V .J Robert Zonyk ,- ', 1' E I .X gh V ' l , 121 II7 dl W, e, i'..'f..'."-. y P5 x.. els Ks an ,wus ls ISAAC C. ELSTON SPEECH CONTBT Seated: Deanna Rhodes, first place winner Standing tl to rj: Iohn Price, second: Ierry Florent, third: Dick Spear, fourth ROBERT NEULIEB First Place - Senior Model Division Fourth Annual Northwestern Indiana Regional Science Fair Exhibit: Scale Model oi Aerial War Rockets and Mislllee i i i i i iv -v l AL, ,wise we if ...T The Throughout the school year, many Elston High School students have won honors and awards. It is to those people, who have had honors bestowed upon them, that these pages are respectfully de- dicated. Those that are pictured here are but a few of the many who, in their own individual manner, did bring glory to our school. The eyes of a community rest upon its schools, and by the fine examples that these students have set, our community can truly look with pride to Isaac C. Elston Senior High School. JAMES LINDEMAN First Place - Biological Division First Annual M. C. Science Fair Exhibit: Axxmic Animal Life oi Nor ern Indiana kt diywk-X u-lull' Gkvnq vb IM. C. High Scluwk 1, 7'-gf, fx UF DENNIS SORGE IUDY LANE DORIAN LESTER Honorable Mentlon Piano Rocital Fmalut Natxonal Mernt Scholarshrp Program National Mont Dec 2 1956 Scholarship Program IUDY IOSEPH HUNTLEY HALVORSON BARBARA ABRAHAM First Place Winner News Dispatch Winner Charles I Ber rtrom Art Scholars lp Volce of Democracy Trophy Wlnner Spoeeh Contogt Newspaper Carrxer of 1958 DMOBLIGA-HONS czsmof WOM MAXINE UEBLER and TOM SATURDAY E5 'REF'-raw. vs-1 Winners VOTE cf 'M' A dmrmm pay TAXES -au. eo tm, """""" --. Juana 'LW M lk:-I support C00 LAWuul0RDER f,'Q,'f,,i fu 'mzms BIA lwz Psacmw FKUEEQSHITE "' E,gf"" mm FINANCML 'M' 4' obligations f' UETEIMUMV 'I 'I9 fi! I , naw, 1, I KHTH KEPPEN Nominee for Air Force Academy Entrance Examination an Annapolxl Entrance Examination GAH. KIRKMAN Honorable Mention National Merit Scholarlhxp Program 5 X . . d ' 3 Lx f 'A' f . I . AE' , n.A.n. Good cmnmmp Awma 4-59 Mfg? 'hge-,My as s N A 'U I Y . i L' V' . f l wxcrvtu. rn ' A " Q ' I-Imam Siicieig ROW I 1. to r,: Wfilliam Mahl, Roberta Zorn, Renie Bre- slcin, Geraldine Bullard, Philip Kiep, Iohn Kemp, Iudith Riggs, ferry Florent, Alaureen lNfcMillan, Marianne Tracy, and Robert Miller, ROW 2 Richard Xvhite, Iames Przby- linski, Gary Peterson, Ron Falk, Allen Esmoer, XVilliarn Nlaxev. George Olsen, Robert Dabagia. Kcnlynn Schroeder, Stephen Bard, Alice Burnham. and Sharon Neulieb, ROW Scholarship, character, leadership, and service are the bases for membership in the National Honor Society. To become a member of this or- ganization is one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon a student during his high 3 Gayle Pravclen, lean Kling, Lynda Loeber, lean Wolf, Deanna Rhodes, Annette Ilntmacher, Barbara Zoolc, An- geline Zexula, Philip Gasteyer, and Ioan Cottinghani, ROW 4 Nancy Shafer, Iackie Ianoski, Maris Palmateer, Iackie lillaby, Connie Zierner, Sandra 'l'inim, Nola Alc- Corrnick, Leroy Iffberly. and Mickey Fargher. school career. Ofheers for this year are Richard XVhite, presi- dentg XVilliam Maxey, vice-prcsidentg and lean Kling, secretary. Fifwt Semeowm Hmwn RM Iaines Farina Ron Feige Dennis Sorge Richard Spear SENI Iackie Ellaby Donna Erickson Ioan Gawronski Pat Hariawalt Karen Ilibner Lynda Loeber Arlene Rcinpala lean XVolf OR GIRLS Raymond Feldmeier Charles Higgs Delvin Ioncs Dennis Lyon Douglas Morrison Robert Neulieb Stephen Pohl George Rogers Charles Spinning Chris Timm Ianics Volstorf George XValker Allan XVilcox JUNIOR GIRLS Barbara Abraham Nadine Fowler Barbara Gralik Indy lcnkins Pat Iohnson Darlene Novak ludith Olson Donna Volk 120 led Curtis Kent Gifford Paul Grant Iohn Harris Neil Kicnitz Nick Krueger Michael Moyer kVilliani Riggs Ronald Skirinont Kensall XVise SOPHOMO Alice Berthcll Pauline Egelski Karen Gardiner Laura Ilarbart Lynne Ianz Teresa Novak Virginia Ucblcr Gail XVinski Sue YVinski Diane XVsiaki Crystal YVachsinuth Marilyn Zywanoski RE GIRLS Valedrctorran first 1n her class a place of hon Lx nda Loeber has achrcy ed thrs prnnacle of scholastrc success after three years of studv at Isaac C Elston Senror Hrgh School Not only has she been a leader scholastrcally but also 1n extra curncnlar act1y1t1es Among honors Won IU her senror year were Honorable Mentron rn the Watronal Merrt Schol arshrp Program Local Elks lNat1onal Founda tron Scholarslup Award and second place rn the Elston Vorce of Democracy Speech Contest YVe the class of 19:7 salute you Lynda Loe ber for your outstandrng aclnevement Rrchard Spear has achreved the second hrghest place of honor 1n the class of 19:7 Partlcrpatron rn many extra currlcular 3CtlV1t1CS and hrs scholas trc ach1evements have proved hrs capabrhtres May your achlevements rn hrgh school be only the begrnmng of future success and happrness DlCkl Uall . . 5 5 ' - OI' - V ' 7' - J 7 A ' . . Y. . . I . . 1 . . - I ' ' Ll 1 7? 'I' ' , - S Fl v v l 7 7 7 , ' 1 ' l Q As.. K . ,. . . . 7 l2l Seuirm Spmwww S, Seated left to nght Mrs Sprague Mr Lootens Mrss Hoeffel and Mr Sellers Standing IWI Humplrres hlrs Pohl and Alf Kuszmual Not pictured Bliss Sebesta ust as a beam from a hghthouse guxdes a slnp through lngh school to safety so haxe our Semor Sponsors gurded the XVe as a class express our apprecratron to these Class of 1957 on a pleasant and profltable lourney men and women for therr wonderful gmdance Senum S The crew of our shlp the class steermg com as we Hmshed each endeavor can be partrally mrttee, lard the foundation for many of our class accred1ted to thrs Hue commrttee proyects Indeed, the success whlch we attamed 4. Seated left to nght Lsnda Loeber Pat Hamwrlt Rrchrrcl Wlrlte Maxrnc Uebler Tom Saturdas Irm Farma and Bob Dombkowslu Stmdmg Sue Rxst lem Klmg Elame Wfrttenberg Kerth Holmes rckre Ellrbx Dennrs Sorbe Prt Strhbe Ruth Grmrod George Poland Marx Gorman and Nhrmr Angeledes 122 , ,QQ ,ic I 'S 1 . 2 6' ,..,,, Www ,. : , j, . , . ' , : 7 Y . . . . 7 7 'Y ' O 0 0 7 . , ri. a , , y 5 K I V ki . 1 I .1 r 3, , A 9 , V !, S , 2 L TL ,yn I ,P . : j . 1 e , 2 ,- ' , 3, , z : , 2 , , ,Iv 2 . 0, 1 -A , , , " .' ' , A 1 ' . Baan Obbiww Left to nght Tom Saturday presrdent Maxme Uebler secretary and Drck Whrte vlce presrdent To spread the salls of fate could truly be called the mrssron of the Class of 77 Lrke a sturdv shrp whrch stands fearless IH a turbulant sea we have approached every endeavor and haxe succeeded rn all of them We started off wrth sarls furled VVe were new we were excrted we were sophomores Our class was captamed by Tom Saturdav presrdent udre Bremer vrce presrdent and Gall Krrkman sec retary Our tradrtronal sophomore party was en trtled Buttons and Bows and we once again re turned to our cluldhood The sarl was reefed as we approached our rumor year xvlth Drck White presrdent Doug Booth vrce presrdent and Gall Krrkman secretary we had our concessrons our play and our prom Trme Out for Crnger our rumor plax was a smash h1t and our prom Fantastlque brought prarse and applause from all We worked hard Hwtmy but the memorres of our labors w1ll lrnger m the mrnds of all for manv many years to come The sarl was almost full as we dlllgentlv plung ed mto our final year of school Tom Saturday presrdent Drck Whlte vxce presrdent and Max me Uebler secretary led us through the final part of our rourney VVe were orrgrnal we had the first Semor Party We were tradrtronal we tremendously successful play Death Takes a Hohday we proved our worth lXow the sarl rs full Our class has lrved through two admmrstratrons has wrtnessed a new addrtron to the school and has grasped at everythmg w1th 1n rts reach VVe have had our yoys and our sor rows but when everythmg IS totaled together we w1ll surely find that our yournex through school has fulfilled 1ts duty to spread the sa1ls of fate I . : Y . J . , 5 . . , . D 0000 ' . . ,. . . . 1 , . , V y V 7 I 'V . ' . . ' 7 ' ' . ' S , Q 1 7 .4 L I . L- . I ' . . . 2 I . . - , - 5 , - had a Semor Play. Once agam, as shown by our ' ' Cl 1 ' 1 , ' K4 77 ' ' 97 7 ' 7 ' . T . . . 'I ' 4 ' 7 A 7 7 l 7 ' ' 7 U 7 7 ' Y 7 ' 7 7 ' 7 Y 7 44 ' - 77 - ' ' - I - Y 7 , 7 , ,, ' K4 ' 77 ' V KK ' YY . 7 7 7 1 ' ' 7 123 The C0114 Ob I957 ELOISE ARMOUR Red Derbies 3. MARVIN ARMSTRONG gunior Prom, Monitors l, Fooaball I, Comet FRIEDA AYAD Class Party l, 3, Iunior Prom, Concessions 2, Blacldriars I, 2, Chorus l, 2, 3, Madri- gals 3, Red Derbies l, 2, Paint SHI: l, tudent Council 3, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, espi- ans 3, G.A.A. l. FRANCES BACH Chorus 1, G.A.A. 1, 2. FRANCIS BAKER RICHARD BAKER Class Party 1, 3, Iunior Prom, Concessions 3, Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, Monitors 2, Homecoming 3, Football l, Track l. Q."""4,'?9" WILLIAM ADRIAN Class Party l, Homecoming 3, Golf 1, 2, 3, Track 1. EARL G. ALIX SHARON ALGER Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, 3, Hall Patrol l, Iunior Red Cross 2, G.A.A. l, 2, 3. DALE ALINSKY Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Madrigals 2, 3, Red Derbies 3, Paint Spots 2, 3, Office Mel- sengers 3, Homecoming 3. ROBERTA LYN ANDERSON Class Party l, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, Pan-American League l, 2, Red Derbies l, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 1, 2, 3, Office Messengers 2, Homecoming 3, Elstonicln 3. MARVIN ANGELEDES junior Prom, Class Play 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, Moni- tors 2, Red Derbies 3, Homecoming 2, 3, Baseball l, 2, 3. .1 A fm 124 figs- hu- 'Gi A The Cliaoo O6 1957 RONALD BAKER Hall Patrol 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, Monitors 2, Stu- dent Council 2, Cross Country 1, Basket- ball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3. ROBERT BARTHOLOMEW Class Party 1, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, Varsity Band l, 2, 3. BURTON BARTLETT Junior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, 3, Fonun Club 2, Hi-Y 3, Latin Club 2, Monitors 2, 3, Slipsticks 2, Elstonian 3. JAMES BECHINSKI Junior Prom, Monitors 2, Homecomin 2, 3, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Basketball l, Z, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3. BEVERLY BENDIX Red Derbies 2. ROSALYNN BERGER Junior Prom, Concessions 2, Monitors 3, Rod Derbies 2, 3, Homecoming 3, G.A.A. 1, 3, Class Play 3. 3 1 I W. SN' LYMAN BETZ glass Party 3, Junior Prom, Homecoming DAVID BLANK Class Party l, 3, Hi-Y 3, Monitors 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 1, Student Council 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball l, Track 2. JOHN BLASINGAME ' Withdrawn KENNETH BOESE Class Party 3, Junior Prom, Iunior Red Cross 3, Football l, Track l, 2. GAYLEN BOHLI N SANDRA BOHNSTADT Junior Prom, Hall Patrol 2, Monitors 2, Red Derbies 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Office Me!- sengers 3, Class Play 3. The Chwo Db l957 -fl? EILENE BROWN lunior Prom, Concessions 2, Office Mes- sengers 3, G.A.A. l, 2, 3- ROBERT BROWN ZELLA BROWN Class Party 3, lunior Prom, Concessions 2, ml' 3, Fashionottes 3, Hall Monitors 3, Red Biggs' Derbies l, 2, 3, Homecoming 3, GJLA. 1, 2, 3, Elstonian 3. DARRELL BRYANT Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, Concessions 2, Blackiriars 1, Monitors 2. DARLA BURKLOW Iunior Prom, Concessions 2, Monitors 2, Red Derbies 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, G.A.A. l, 2, 3. ANGIE BURNS Class Party 1, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, Concessions 2, Monitors 1, Red Derbies I, 533, F.B.L.A. 3, Homecoming 3, G.A.A. DOUGLAS BOOTH Class Officer 2, Class Party 1, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, 3, Forum Club 1, 2, Hall Patrol 2, 3, Pan-American League 2, Red Derbios 3, Slipsticks 1, 2, 3, Elstonian 3, Homecoming 3. LYNN BOWMAN Football 1, Z, 3, Track 1, 2. JUDITH BREMER Class Officer 1, Class Party 1, 3, Iunior Prom, Concessions 2, 3, Homecoming 3, gdogitors 2, 3, Red Derbios 2, 3, Class lay WILLIAM BREINING Class Party 1, Iunior Prom, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, Pan-American League 2, Varsity Band 1, 2, 3. DENNIS BREITZKA Junior Prom. KENNETH BROOKS Iunior Prom, Class Play 3, Concessions 3, Hall Patrol 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Student Coun cil 1, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3. N T26 The Clan O6 i957 NANCY CALVERT Class Party 1, 3, Junior Prom, Class Play 2. 3, Concessions 2, Dahlites 2, 3, Moni- tors 2, Red Derbles 1, 2, 3, Student Coun- cil l, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y I. 2, 3, Girls' Golt 2, Homecoming 3, G.A.A. l, Comet 2. SUSAN CALVERT Class Party 1, 3, Junior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, Hall Monitors 3, Pan- American League l, 2, Junior Red Cross 3, Red Derbies I, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Girls' Golf 2, 3, Homecoming 3, Comet 2, 3. Elstonian 3. LEONARD CARLSON Class Party 3, Latin Club 2, Monitors 2, 3, Golf 3. SUE CARLSON Class Party 1, Junior Prom, Class Play 3, Concessions 2, Pan-American League l, 2, Red Derbies 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Otfice Messengers 2. Girls' Golf 2, 3, Homecom- ing 3. Comet 2, 3. RAYMOND CHAPALA Junior Prom, Concessions 2, Class Play 3, Hall Patrol 2, 3, Monitors 3, Student Coun- cil 3, Football l, 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3, BOWUDQ 1. 2, 3, Elstonian 3. LAWRENCE CLIFFORD SALLY COAR Class Party 1, Junior Prom, Hall Monitors 3, Varsity Band 1. 2, 3. SYLVIA COAR Class Party 1, 3, Junior Prom, Class Play 2, Concessions 2, 3, Hall Monitors 3, Pan- American League 2, Junior Red Cross l, 2, Red Derbies 1, 2, Homecoming 2. DAN COBERLY MICHAEL COCHRAN Class Party 1, Junior Prom, Hall Patrol 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, Monitors 2, Pan-American Lea- ue 2, Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 3, grack 2. Elstonian 3. RONALD COLBORNE Junior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 3, Monitors 2, Hall Monitors 3, Thespians , 3. JUDY CONKLIN Class Party l, Junior Prom, Concessions 2, Homecoming 3, G.A.A. 2, Comet 3. S. The C O6 i957 ROBERT DOMBKOWSKI, JR. Class Party l, 3, Iunior Prom. Concessions 3, Hall Patrol 3, Hi-Y l, 3. Hall Monitors 3. NANCY DOOLITTLE Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3. Red Derbies 3, Thespians 2, 3, Homecom- ing 3, G.A.A. 2. SHEILA DOSTIE Junior Prom, Class Play 2, Monitors 2, 3, Red Derbies l. 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 3, Office Messengers 3, Home- coming 3, Class Party 3. CAROL DOWD Chorus 3, Red Derbies 3, GJLB. 3. ANNAMARIE DOWNS Class Party 1, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, Concessions 2, Hall Patrol 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Monitors 1, 2, 3. Red Derbies 1, 3, Student Council l, 2, Homecoming 2. RONALD DOWNS Class Party 1. 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 3, Homecoming 3, Football l, Track 1. SHIRLEY COOPER JOHN DARMAN DELORES DAVIS Class Party l, Iunior Prom, Class Play 3, Concessions 2, Hall Patrol 2, 3, Chorus 2, Latin Club 2, Monitors 2, 3. Homecoming 3, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Comet 3, Elstonian 3. DENITA DAVIS Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, Concessions 2, Hall Patrol 2, Monitors 2, Pan-American League 2, 3, Homecoming 3, G.A.A. 1. 2. 3, Comet 3, Elstonian 3. KAREN DeWlTT Class Party 1, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, Blackiriars l, Latin Club 2, Monitors 2, lied Derbies 1, Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, Con- gegsions 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Homecoming PATRICIA DIEDRICH Iunior Prom, Red Derbies 2, 3, Homecom- ing 3, GJLA. l, Monitors 3. "!"""- fit. l28 The Chwo 06 i957 ESTHERJO DUBIE Class Party l, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, 3, Red Dorbies 2, 3. Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 1-'.B.L.A. 3, Oi-iico Mol- senqer 3, Homecoming 2, 3. KENNETH DUSZYNSKI Class Play 2, Monitors 2, Football l, 2, 3, Baseball 1, Golt 2. .IACQUELINE ELLABY Class Party l, 3, Iunior Prom, Concessions 2, Dahlites 2, 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, Madrigals 1, 2, Red Derbies 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Cheer Leading l, 2, 3, Honor Society 2, 3, Homecoming , 3. LADONNA ERICKSON Class Party l, 3, Iunior Prom, Concessions 2, 3, Blackiriars 1, Dahlites l, 2, 3, Moni- tors l, Red Derbies l, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Homecoming 2, 3. CRYSTAL FABIAN Class Party l, Iunior Prom, Concessions 2, Fashionottes 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Iunlor Red Cross 1, 2, Red Derbies 3, Hornocom- ing 3, G.A.A. l, 2, 3. JAMES FARINA Class Party 3, Iunior Prom, Concessions 3, Hall Patrol 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, Monitors 2, 3, Tennis 3. RJ PENNY FARLOW Fashionettes 3, Red Derbios 3, Homecom- ing 3, Class Party 3. RONALD FEIGE I Iunior Prom. Hall Patrol 3, Monitors 3, Cross Country l, Track 1, Class Party 3. JOHN FISCHBACHER Hall Patrol 1, Monitors 1, 2, 3, Iunior Bed Cross 2, 3. KAREN FISCHER Class Party l, 3, Iunior Prom, Fashionottos l, 2, lunior Had Cross l, Rod Dorbles 3, Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3. WAYNE FRAME GEORGE FREDENBURG Class Party 3, Concessions 2, Blaclsiriars 1, Traffic Division 3, Comet 3. Tke Clhwo 06 l95'I ,.x 'EE' JEAN GREENLAW Iunior Prom, Chorus l, 2, Monitors 2, Red Derbies 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1. JOHN GREENLAW Iunior Prom, Football l, Class Party 3. ROBERT GREINER Junior Prom, Dance Band I, Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, Homecoming 2, 3. LEROY GRIEGER Chorus 2, 3, Madrigals 2. EARNESTINE GRIFFIN JACK GRIFFIN Concessions 2, Class Play 3, Hall Patrol l, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Monitors 1, 2, 3, Audio-Visual l, 2, 3, Homecoming 2, 3, Golf 1, Elstonian 3. 95-fx WILLIAM O. FULLER Slipsticks 2, Varsity Band l, 2, 3, HOm6- coming 3. NANCY GARDNER Class Party l, 3, Concessions 3, Class Play 3, Red Derbies l, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, Home- coming 3. JOAN GAWRONSKI Class Party 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 3, Monitors 2, 3, Red Derbies 2, 3, Tr1-Hi- Y 3, F.B.L.A. 3, Homecoming 3, GJLA. DAN GOEDE Hi-Y 2, a, Hall Monitors 3, Itmiof Red Cross 1, Football l, 3, Baseball 1. MARY GORMAN Class Party 1 3 Iunior Prom Concessions 2 Class Plav 2 3 Blacklriarsl 2 Red rbies l 2 3 1Y 2 3 O x Messengers 3 Thespians 3 Homecoming 3 Elstoman 3 WILLIAM GRANACKI S? Class Party 1 Iunior Prom Blacldnars l Monitors 1 2 Hall Monitors 3 Student 'W Council 1 Homecoming 3 Tennis 1 2 3 ...f 130 GQN 191 0:91 V? 'Inv' The Claw O6 I957 ROY GRIFFIN SHARON GRIFFITH Chorus 2, Monitors 1. GENE GULSTROM Class Play 2, Homecoming 3. JOHANNA HAGER Class Party l, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, Blackiriars 1, Red Dsrbiel 2. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Thespians 2, 3, Home- coming 2, 3. HUNTLEY HALVORSON Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, Concessions 2, 3, Hall Patrol 2, 3, Monitors 2, 3, Pan-Amari can League 2, Student Council 1, Home- coming , 3, Class Party 3, Elstonian 3. PATRICIA HANAWALT Class Party I, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, 3, Blackfriars l, 2, Mon- itors 3, Pan-American League 2, Red Der- bies 1, 2, 3, Student Council 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Thespians 2, 3, Homecoming 3. -Qi is of lx f MELVIN HANDTKE Golf 1, 3. ELAINE HANKE Class Party 1, Iunior Prom, Class Plag 2, Concessions 2, Blackfriars 1, Iunior ed Cross 3, Red Derbies l, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2. JOY HARBART Class Party 1, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, Blacktriars 1. Monitors l, 2, Si Red Derbies 1. 2. 3, Student Coun- cil 1, . WILLISTINE HARRIS Chorus 3, Red Derbies 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. MICHAEL HARROLD Iunior Prom, Class Party 3, Monitors 3, Iunior Red Cross 2. HELEN HARTKE Student Council l. The Cllaa Db I957 MARLENE HUGHES Monltors 3, Red Dsrbies 3, I".B.l.Jl. 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, Class Party 3. DARLENE HURLEY Iunlor Prom, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Red Derblos 2, G.A.A. 3. BETTY ISBELL EDWARD IVEY Class Party 1, 3, Class Play 2, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, Pan-American League 1, Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, Student Council l. 2. KAREN JANOSKY Iuniofr Prom, Concessions 2, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Class Party 3. BEVERLY .IOHNSEN Class Party l, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, 3, Blackfriars 2, Red Derbies 1. 2, 3, Paint Spots 2, Tri-I-Ii-Y 1, 2, 3, Homecoming 3, Elstonian 3. RICHARD HEISLER KAREN HIBNER Class Party 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play. 3, Concessions 2, 3, Dahlitos 2, 3, Red Derbxes 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Homecoming 2, 3. SANDRA HILEMAN Class Party 1, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, Concessions 2, 3, Pan-American I.eaque.2, Red Derbies 1, 2, 3, F-B-I-JL 2, OHICG Messengers 3, Homecoming 2. DENNIS HIPPENSTEEL Class Party l, 3, Class Play 2, 3, Concess- ions 2, Dance Band 2, Forum Club l, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Madrigals 2, 3, Monitors 1, 2, Orchestra l, 2, 3, Varsity Band l, 2,.3, Student Council l. 2, Thespians 2. 3, Audio- Visual l, 2, 3, Homecoming 3, Track 2. VERNE HIXON Iunior Prom, Concessions 2, Hall Patrol 3. KEITH HOLMES Iunior Prom, Concessions 2, Hall Patrol 1, 2. 3, Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Monitors 3, Pan-American League l, 2, Iunior Red Cross 1, Student Council 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball l, Baseball 2, Track l, 2, 3, Comet 2, 3. The Clan OB I957 ARLENE L. JOHNSON Class Play 2, Concessions 2, Chorus l, 2. Monitors 2, Audio-Visual 1, 2. MARGARET JOHNSON Class Party 1, Iunior Prom, Class Pl 2, Concessions 2, 3, Fashionettes 2, mlted Dsvrbies 1, 2, 3, Paint Spots l, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Office Messengers 3, GJLA. 1. ROBERT E. JOHNSON Homecoming 3, Cross Country 1, 3, Balo- ball 1, 2, 3. ROBERT W. JOHNSON Homecoming 3, Track 2, 3. JANE JOHNSTON Junior Prom, Concessions 2, 3, Class Play 3, Monitors 2, Red Derbies 1, 2, 3, Tri-H-Y 5, Z, 2, F.B.l..A. 3, Homecoming 3, G.B.l. HAROLD JOYCE Iunior Prom, Class Play 3. Concessions 3, Hall Patrol 3, Golf 2, Class Party 3. , is SUSAN KAHN G.A.A. 2, 3. ESTHER KATZMAREK Class Party l, Iunior Prom, Class Play 3, Concgssions 2, Fashionottes 2, Rod Derbies l. 2, . DARLENE KELLOGG KEITH KEPPEN Class Party 1, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, Hall Patrol 2, 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Monitors 2, .Student Council 1, Homecoming 2, 3, Cross Country 1, Ton- nis 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3. PHYLLIS KILLINGBECK Class Party 3, Concessions 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Paint Spots 3. GAIL KIRKMAN Class Officer l, 2, Class Party 1, Iunior Prom, Concessions 2, Class Play -2, Latin Club 2, Monitors 1, Hall Monitors 3, Rod Derbies 1, 2, Paint Spots 2, Student Coun- cil l, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2. Homecoming 2. Tlw C 06 1957 JOHN KREBS Class Party 3, Iunior Prom. Hi-Y 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Iunior Red Cross 1, Home- coming 2, 3. JEFF KRUEGER Class Party 1, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Hall Patrol 2, 3, 1-li-Y 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Monitors 2, Iunior Red Cross l, Student Council l, Tennis 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2. KAROI. KRUEGER Class Party 1, Iunior Prom, Chorus 2, 3, Madriqals 3, Monitors 1, 2, 3, I".B.L.A. 2, 3, Office Messengers 3. Homecoming 3, G.A.A. 1, Bowling l, 3. TERRY KRUEGER ' Class Party 1, Iunior Prom, Concesssions 2, Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2. SHARON KRUG Class Party 1, 3, Junior Prom, Class Play 3, Concessions 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Red Derbies 3, Office Messengers 8. MARGARET l.aMATINA Class Party 1, Iunior Prom, Fashionettes 1. JEAN KLING Class Party 1, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2. 3. Concessions 2, 3, Blackfriars l, Dahlites 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Red Derbies 1, 2, 3, Slipsticks 1, 2, 3, Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, Thespians 2, 3, Homecoming 2, 3, Honor Society 2, 3, Elstonian 3. ANITA KLOSINSKI Class Party 1, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, Monitors 2, Pan'Amer- ican League 2, Red Derbies 1, 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 2, Homecoming 2, Comet 3, Elstonian 3. CAROLE KNUDSEN Class Party 1, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3, Moni- tors 2, Pan-American League 1, 2, Iunior Red Cross l, 3, Red Derbies 1, 2, 3, Tri- Hi-Y l, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, Elstonian 3. PATRICIA KOLANCZYK Class Party 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, Concessions 2, Monitors 3, Red Derbies l, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Cheerleading 3, G.A.Fl. 1, Homecoming 2, 3. JUDITH KOPPLOMAN Class Party 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2. Pan-American League 2, Red Derbies 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, F.B.L.A. 3, G.A.A. l, 2, 3. ARLENE KOZIATEK Class Party 1, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, Fashionettes 2, 3, Red Derbies 2, 3, Tri- Hi-Y l, 2, 3. l' ali' 4 ew- The Choo Db i957 JUDITH LANE Iunior Prom, Concessions 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Madrigals 2. 3. HENRY LANGE Class Party 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 3, Audio-Visual l, 2, 3, Comet 3. CHARLES LANGWELL Slipsticks 2. JERRY LA ROCCO Iunior Prom, Hall Patrol 2, Cross Country 2, Tennis 3, Track 2, Crimson Comet 3. JUDY LAUER Class Party 1, 3, Junior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, Blackiriars l, Latin Club 2, 3,.Hall Monitors 3, Red Derbies L 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Homecoming 2, 3. DORIAN LESTER National Honor Society 2, 3. fi vi? "37"7 'I35 CECILIA LEVENDOUSKI Class Party l, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, Fashionettes 2, 3, Monitors 2, Red Derbies 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Homecoming 3, G.A.A. 3. CAROL LEWIS Class Party l, 3, Iunior Prom, Concessions 2, Latin Club 2, Monitors 2, 3, Iunior Red Cross 1, 2, 3, Red Derbies 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y l. 2, 3, Homecoming 2, Class Play 3, Comet 3. LYNDA LOEBER Class Party l, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, 3, Blackfriars 2, Latin Club 2, Red Derbies l, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Thespians 2, 3, Homecoming 2, 3, Na- tional Honor Society 2, 3, Elstonian 3. JOYCE McCORQUODALE Class Party 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 3, Concessions 2, 3, Iunior Red Cross 3, Red Derbies I, 2, 3, G.A.B. 1, 2, 3. MARCIA McFEELY Class Party 1, Chorus 3. SHEILA McMILLAN Class Party l, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, Concessions 2, 3, Latin Club 2. Monitors 3, Red Derbies l, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Girls' Gol! 3, Comet 2, 3. Snnuenfl VINCENT MACIEJEWSKI Junior Prom, Dance Band 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, Varsity Band 2, 3, Track 2. MARCIA MALDY Class Party l, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Pl tors 3, Red Derbies 1, 2, 3, Student Coun- cil 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Homecoming 2, 3, Elstonian 3. CARL MALM 2 ' 'C ' - S S ' 3, Concessions 2, Blackiriars 1, Hall Meg if a i , xjaxmfk' QW A CHARLES MARTIN Class Party l, Junior Prom, Hi-Y 3. JUDITH MARTIN Class Party l, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, 3, Forum Club 2, 3, Monitors 2, Paint Spots 2, Student Council 2, Office Messengers 3, Homecoming 2, GJLA. I, 2, 3. JAMES MATOTTE Varsity Band 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM MAXEY Class Party l, Junior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, Dance Band l,-2, 3, Pan- American League l, 2, Varsity Band I, 2, 3, Homecoming 2, 3, National Honor Soci- ety 2, 3, Elstonian 3. MELVIN MERIWEATHER Class Party 1, 3, Iunior Prom, Hall Patrol 2, 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, Monitors l, 2, lunior Red Cross 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, Track 1. LOUIS MESKA Class Party 3, Hall Monitors 3, Iunior Red Cross 2, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 3. My 4 . -.01 VELLA MANSFIELD Concessions 2, G.A.A. 3. MICHAEL MARCINIAK DAVID MARKLE Junior Prom, Monitors l, 2, Track l, 2. fb 136 The C0414 06 I957 DAVID MEYER Clan Party l, Iunior Prom, Clan Play 2, Concessions 2, I-ll-Y 1, Gall l, 2. JOHN MILCAREK Iunlo: Prom. CRAIG MILLBRANTH Iunlorr Paom, Hall Patrol 2, 3, Monltorl l, 2, 3, Pan-American League 2, 3, Iunlor Rod Cross 2, Homecoming 2, 3, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Track 1, 2, 3. LYNN MILLER SHIRLEY MILLMAN Chorus l, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Comet 3. LORRAINE MITIO Iunior Prom, Clan Play 2, 3, Latln Club 2, Red Derbies l, 2, 3. lu, 'ui JOAN MIZIA Iunior Prom, Red Dm-bios 3. LEONARD MOHAMED Clan Party 3, Clan Play 3, Hi-Y I, 2, Monitors 1, 2, Hall Monitor: 3, Pan-Amer lean League 1, 2, Student Council 3, Foot- ball l, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Track 1, 2, 3, Comet 2. RICHARD MOORE Concessions 2. .IESSIE MOSBY GERALDINE MURPHY Class Play 2, 3, Iunior Red Croll 2, Paint Spots 2, Homecominq 2, G.A.A. l, 2, 3. GEORGE NAANES Varsit Band l, 2, 3, Dance Band 3, Audio- Vlnual 3. 17? PAULINE 0'BRINGER Class Party 1, 3, Iunlor Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 3, Red Derbies 2, 3, I".B.l..A. 3, Homecoming 3, G.A.A. l, 2, 3. ELAINE OHMS Class Party 1. Iunior Prom, Concessions 2, Pashionettes 2, Homecoming 2. GEORGE L. OLSEN III Iunlor Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, Forum Club 1, 2, 3, Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Monitors l, 2, Student Coun- cll li I-gomecoming 3, National Honor Soci- O Y 1 . WAYNE ORZECH lunlor Prom, Hall Patrol 3, Monitors 3, Homecoming 3. FRANK PACE Mcnltors 1, 2, Football l, 2, 3, Track l. HELEN PAVLOPOULOS Classical Music Club 3, Forum Club 3, Class Play 3. The Claw O6 l957 f sl E 42 LOIS NASH . Class Party I, Iunior Prom, Concessxons 2, Fashionettes 2, Chorus l, 2, 3, GJLA. 3. DENNIS NESPO Cross Country I, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, Baseball l, 2, 3. LILLIAN NESVOLD Class Party 1, Iunior Prom, Fashionettes 2, Homecoming 2. BARBARA NOVAK Class Party 1, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, 3, Fashionettes 2, Charing 1, Rod Derbies l, 2, 3, Homecom- xng , . LAWRENCE NOVAK CHARLES O'BRINGER Class Party 3, Hi-Y l, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Football l, 2, 3, Baseball l, 3. 138 Q fm- The Claw Db l957 WILLIAM PECK Junior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Dance Band I, Hi-Y 2, 3, Hall Monitors 3, Pan-Amen ican League l, 2, Varsity Band l, Golf l, Comet 2. 3. ROBERT PELLAR HLY 2, 3, Monitors l, 3, Football Mgr. 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Cornet 3. LINDA PEUS Class Party l, Chorus l, 2, 3. EUGENE PIERCE Class Party 3, Junior Prom, Class Play 3, Concessions 2, Hall Patrol 2, 3, Monitors 2, Pan-American Loaguo 2, Student Coun- cil 2, Football 1, 2, Track l, 2, 3. FRANCES PIERGALSKI Class Party l, Junior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Rod Derbies 1, 2, 3. DIANE PITT Class Party 1, 3, Junior Prom, Class Play 3, Concessions 2, 3, Dahlites l, 2, 3, Latin Club 3, Rod Dvrbies I, 2, 3, Trl-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Homecoming 2, 3, Elstonian 3. an , 52, 5, 1, M E: as? in 'U' 139 GEORGE POLAND Class Parx 3. Junior Prom, Concessions 2, Forum Cl 1, Hall Patrol 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Monitors 2, 3, Tonnls 2, 3, Bowling 3. Elstonian 3. RICHARD POTEMPA Cross Country l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, Basoball l, 2, 3. BARBARA PRICE Class Party l, 3, Junior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concossions 2, 3, Blacldriars l, Forum Club l, Chorus l, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Moni- tors 1, 2, 3, Junior Rod Cross 2, Rod Der- bios l, 2, 3, Slipsticks l, 2, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, I-lomscoming 2, 3, GJLA. I. JOHN PRICE Class Party l, Junior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, Forum Club l, 2, 3, Hall Patrol l, 2, 3, Hi-Y I, 2, 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, Monitors 1, 2, Pan-American Leaguo 3, Red Derbln 2, 3, Slipsticks 1, 2, Homh coming 2, Tennis l, Baseball l, Comet 2. DONINE PRITCHARD Class Party l, 3, Junior Prom, Class Plag 2, 3, Concessions 2, 3, Monitors l, 2, Re Derbies l, 2, 3, Student Council l, 2, Trl- Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Otiice Messongors 3. Home- coming 3, Cornet 2, 3. ANTHONY RAMION Hall Patrol l, 2, 3, Hall Monitors 3, Cross Country 2. The CBM 06 I957 SUSAN RIST Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, Concessions 2, 3, Iunior Red Cross l, 2. Office MOBBBHQIU 3, Homecoming 2. WILLIAM RIST Class Play 2. PATRICIA ROBISON Class Party 1, 3, Iunlor Prom, Class Pl 3, Concessions 3, Moniiors 2, Iunior R3 Cross l, 2, Red Derbies 1, 3, Paint Spois 1, Homecoming 3, Elstonian 3. SHELBY JEAN ROSS MARIANA ROUMELL Class Party 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 3, Blacldriarl 2, 3, Chorus 3, Madrigals 3, Moniiors 3, Pan- American Lea ue 2, Red Derbies 2, 3, Stu- i?n!3Council 3, 3, Thespians 3, Homecom- q . ZEBBIE ROUSH Concessions 2, I-Il-Y 2. JANET RANDOLPH Concessions 2, Red De-rbiea 2, Homecoming 2, G.A.A. 1, 2. JOAN RANDOLPH lied Dsrbias 3. RUTH RASMUSSEN Class Party l, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2. 3, Concessions 2, Blucldriars l, Monitors 1, 2, 3, Bed Derbios 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Thespians 2, 3, Homecominq 2, 3. ARLENE REMPALA Iunlor Prom, Class Play 2, I".B.L.A. 3, G.A.A. 2. JANET REQUARTH D Class Party 1, 3, Junior Prom, Concessions 2, Monitors 2, Red Dorbies 1, 2, 3, T!i'Hl'Y 1, 2, 3, Office Messengers 3, Homecoming 3, G.A.A. l, 2, 3. BARBARA RICE Fashionettes 3. 341 sw!! K The Cllao 06 i957 VIVIAN RUNGE Iunlor Prom, Slipstlcks 3, Trl-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, I".B.I..A. 3, Classical Music Club 2, 3. MARY SUE RUSSELL Class Party 1, 3, Junior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, Blackfriaxs l, Latin Club 2, 3, Orchestra l, 2, 3, Rod Dorblol 1, 2, 3, Girls' Golt 2, Elstonian 3. GERALD RYBA Class Party l, Junior Prom, Hi-Y 3, Latin illuzb 3, Junior Rod Cross 2, Audio-Vlsucd DENNIS SADLOWSKI Hall Patrol l, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Orchosha 1, 2, 3, Slipstlcks 2, Varsity Band l, 2, 3, Cross Country l. BARBARA SASS THOMAS SATURDAY Class Ollicor l, 3, Class Party l, 3, Class Plaly 3, Junior Prom, Hall Patrol l, 2, 3, Ha Monitors 3, Pan-Amorlcan Loaquo 2, 5-lomocoming 3, Football l, Baskotball I, rw H149 -60' DEAN SAYLES Withdrawn NOEL SCHLEGELMILCH Junior Prom. Monitors 2, Junior Rod Cross 33, Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball l, Track 2, ELAINE SCHMITT Class Party l, Junior Prom, Class Play 2, Concessions 2, 3, Blacldriars l, Monitors 2, Red Derbies l, 2, Sllpstlcks l, Varsity Band l, 2, 3, Tri-Hl-Y l, 2, 3, Thespicms 2, 3. JAMES SCHRECKENBACH Jumor Prom Cross Country 1 Basketball l Baseball 1 2 3 DAVID SCHROEDER Junior Prom Monitors 3 Homocomlng 3 Cross Country l 2 3 Baskotball l Taclsl 2 3 SHARON SCHUDORICK Blacklrxars 2 Class Play 2 Monitors l The Clams I5 195 n . I T it E2- xbil f URSULA SKOCZEK Red Derbies 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. CATHERINE SMIERTELNY Class Party 1, 3. Concessions 2, Red Derb- ges I, 2, 3, Homecoming 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, TERRENCE SMISKEY HAROLD SMITH from Country 2, Basketball Mgr. 2, Track JOHN D. SMITH MARILYN SMITH Concessions 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Madriqals l, 2, 3, Office Messengers 3. ,B RONALD SCHUMACHER Class Party I, Iunior Prom, Dance Band l, 2, 3, Varsity Band I, 2, 3. JEAN SCHWESTKA Class Party 3, Class Play 3, Chorus 3, Red Derbies 3, Slipsticks 3, Tri-1-li-Y 3, Elstonian 3. DEANNA SCOTT Class Party 1, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, 3, Blacktriars I, Mon- itors 2, 3, Red Derbies 1, 2, 3, Tri-I-li-Y 1, 2, 3, Thespians 2, 3, I".B.l..A. 2. JANET SKIERKOWSKI Class Party 1, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, 3, Hall Patrol 3, Chorus 1, Latin Club 2, 3, Red Derbios l, 2, 3, Student Council 1, Homecoming 3, Monitors 3, Elstonian 3. RONALD SKIERKOWSKI WALTER SKIERKOWSKI Junior Prom, Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3, Monitors l, 2, 3, Student Council 1, Homecoming 3, Gol! 1, Z, 3, Comet 3. if 'I-42 1 The Clan O6 I957 KAREN SNYDER ROBERT SOBKOWIAK Class Party 3, Junlor Prom. DENNIS SORGE Junior Prom, Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Monitors 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, Classical Music Club 3, Class Play 3, Class Party 3. JAMES SOUSLEY Hi-Y 3, Monitors 2. RICHARD SPEAR Class Party 1, Junior Prom, Class Play 2, Blacktriars l, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, Varsity Band l, 2, 3, Forum Club l, 2, 3, Monitors 3, Pan-American League 1, 2, Thespians 2, 3, Classical Music lub 2, 3, Homecom- ing 2, 3, Elstonian 3. PATSY STIBBE Class Party 1, 3, Junior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, 3, Monitors 3, Red Derbies l, 2. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Home- coming 2, 3. 'Fi if 143 BARBARA STURKEN Class Party I, 3, Junior Prom, Concessions 2, 3, Blacklriars 1, Monitors 1, 2, Pun- American League 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 1, Red Derbies 1, 2, 3, Homecoming 2. MARIALICE SULTES G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. EMILY SWISTEK Class Party 3, Junior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 3, Red Derbies l, 2, 3, Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, Homecoming 3, G.A.A. 1. MICHAEL THOMAS JANET THOMASON G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. R0 N ALD TON Football 2. The Cllaoo OI l957 PHILIP VOLSTORF BARBARA WATTS Clan Party l, 3, lunior Prom, Clan Play 2, Concunonl 2, 3, Red Derble: l, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. SUZANNE WEISS Iunior Prom, Clan Play 2, Concelllonn 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Red Derbiel 3, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, GJLA. 1. MAX WHEATON RICHARD WHITE Clan Officer 2, 3, Clan Party 3, Iurxlor Prom, Concession: 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, Football l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, Baseball l, 2, 3. ALLAN WHITLOW Hi-Y 3, Homecoming 3, Cross Count? l, 2, 3, Basketball l, , 3, Baseball 1, , 3. LINDA TROUT JOHN TUEL lunlor Prom, Monitors 3, Track 2. EUGENE TYLISZ Cross Country l, 2, Basketball l, 2, Bale- ball 1, 2. PHYLLIS TYLISZ Red Derblel 3, Trl-l-ll-Y 2, 3, Office Mel- senqers 1. MAXINE UEBLER Clan Officer 3, Clan Party l, 3, Iunlor Prom, Clan Play 2, 3, Concelllonu 2, 3, Monitor! I, 2, 3, Red Derblel 3, Student Council 3. LYNN ULRICH Clan Party l, Iunlor Prom, Concession! 2, 3, Forum Club l, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Madri- sall 2, Pan-American League l, 2, Red erblen l, 2, 3. Sllpsticke l, Trl-H1-Y l, 2, 3, Homecoming 2, 3, Bletonlan 3. I 'Q' 144 The Clan O6 l957 SHARON WIENKE Junior Prom, Class Play 2, Concessions 2, 3. Blackfriars l. Hall Monilors 3, Red Derbies 1, 2, 3, Office Messengers 2, 3, Homecoming 3. SANDRA WILKE Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, 3, Red Derbies 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. CAROL WILLIAMSON Class Party 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, Concessions 2, 3, Iunior Red Cross 3, Red Perbges 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Homecom- xng . JAMES WINTEK Iunior Prom, Hi-Y 3, Homecoming 3. ELAINE WITTENBERG Class Party l, 3, Junior P-rom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, Blackfriars 1, 2, Pan- American League 2, Derbies 1, 2, 3, Tri- gli-Y 1, 2, 3, Thespians 3, Homecoming 2, JEAN WOLF Class Party l, Class Play 2. Concessions 2, Forum Club l, 2. Chorus l, 2, 3, Madri- qals 1, 2, Pan-American League 2, Red Derbies 1, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Classical Music Club 2, 3, Homecoming 3, Naiional Honor Society 2, 3. 'ffwof' fl IRENE WOOD Chorus l, 2, Madrigals 2, Monitors 2, O!- fice Messengers 3. EDWARD WOODRUFF Hi-Y 2, 3. JOAN WOODS Class Parly 1, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, Concessions 2, Blackfriars 1, Dahlites 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Red Derhies 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y l, Homecoming 3, Comet 3. JACQUELYN WRIGHT Class Parly 1, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, 3, Concessions 2, 3, Fashioneltes 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Iunior Red Cross 1, Stu- den! Council l, G.A.A. l, Comet 3. LADONNA ZAWACKI Class Party l, Iunior Prom, Class Pla? 3, Concessions 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, ed Derbies l, 2, 3. LEON ZOLKOWSKI Class Party 1, 3, Iunior Prom, Class Play 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Monitors 2, 3, Homecoming 3, Football 1, Tennis 3. like, igiiaaa Ellie ROBERT KOLOSA DAVID PELLATIER Iunior Prom ' is To Pictures for: as Anthony Anderson Iohn Keene Fred Brown Herbert Laskey Robert Dick Ioan Ray Lionel Harvey Richard YVozniak RUTH GRINROD From 'TV to hlixmasters, Ruth Crinrod has en- joyed her year in America. Truly "City-ized" in quite a few ways, Ruth, who comes from Drobak, Norway, likes pizza, pep sessions, and basketball games. As its class project, the Class of l957 sponsored a foreign exchange student. Ruth was chosen by the American Field Service to fulfill tlns position. She has lived with Mr. and Mrs. E. T. llill of Long Beach, has followed the academic course in school, and is an honorary member of the gradu- ating class. 146 Trips to Chicago and Florida, an introduction into the deep realms of slumber and pizza parties, always making new friends, and participating in such activities as Fashionettcs, Pan-American League, Red Derbies, Student Council, Tri-Ili-Y, and Bowling, in addition to being active on the Senior Class Steering Committee and selling tic- kets to the Senior Play, highlighted Ruth's stay in America. Following graduation, Ruth will travel around the country, have a six-day stay in New York, and then sail for home. if ,X 4? -,,.anianndUf if 1 Q -ff' .1 .L ig, ii M: e -.AQ Xa, if 'X X ,sm OUR MERCHANTS! V4 A --4 Q C. , r 2 A, Q.-. 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Gnft Shop Bneber Insurance Agency Blackmond s Blocksom 81 Company Bodnne Prnntnng Company The Book Fanr Brownne s Buchanan s Cleaners Burnham Glove Company Burnett Shop Charlle s Pnzza Checker Cab Corp Cnpares Insurance Claras Hat Shop Coca Cola Bottlnng Co Coolsprnng Cntnes Servnce Country Cousnn Drnve ln Crown Pannt 6 Glass Cush Bn Lambka Danry Queen Darman Tnre 81 Auto Supply Delaney Furnnture Delco Isbey Dnngler Bros Dobeskn Shoe Store Dorothys Gnft Shop G L Downs Grocery Dunes Calvert Studno Dwyer Products Corp F W Dwyer Mfg Co Edward s Store for Men Enghth Street Cafe Ernst Leather Goods Enyeart Chevrolet Fawley Abbott Co Fnrst Natnonal Bank Foster Prnntnng Franklnn Pharmacy J L Freeland Motor Co Frnck Motors Gerwnn lndustrnes Golden Sands Restaurant Grneger s Clothnng Store Harold s Dnner Havnland Callan Hays Corp Henry Lumber Co Herb 81 Mnke s Barber Shop Ted Hnll Wrnght Electrnc Hnrschs Dept Store House of Flowers Hummer Whnte Mortuary Indnana Salvage Co John G Am s Barber Shop Joy Mfg Co Kahn Drug Company Drs Kaplan 5. La Fountann Kessler Studno lnc Knenntz Royal Blue Groc Knll s Office Machnnes B- Supplnes Knlnowntz Brown Electrnc Co Korn s Russell H Kramer S S Kresge KGS News Agency Kubnk South Snde Hardware CF ADVERTISERS 4 The Ladnes Shop LaRoccos Rannbow Cleaners Lester L Jones Studebaker Leverenz Agency Lnberty Theater Lnnn Hardware Log Cabnn Shop Lou s Beautne Barr Luchtman Bros Inc Ludwngs ns Lutz and Foreman Malot Feed 81 Seed Co Mann s Grocery Marqunss Electrnc Mattne McComb Arnold A Mayer Merchants Natnonal Bank Mertl Motors Inc Meyer Glass 81 Pannt Co M C Dry Goods lnc Mnchngan Cnty Furnnture Mnchngan Cnty Lumber Co M1ch1gan Cnty Paper Box Co Mnchngan Cnty Recreatnon L Mnssal Decoratnon lnc MSM Drnve ln Musnc Shop Natnonal Mnlk Co News Dnspatch Northern lndnana Steel Supply Co lnc Northwestern Transnt Omce Equnpment Co Ohmnng s Olsen 8 Ebann Palace Recreatnon Parry s Bakery Penney s Pnoneer Lumber 8. Supply Pullman P W Way Motor Co Ronnne s Food Shop Root Funeral Home Rose Bowl Lanes lnc Rowley s Shoes Royal Metal Schnffs Shoes John H Schlundt Insurance Agency Scholl Danry Ca Schumaker Constructnon Inc Sears Roebuck B1 Co Snd s Pure Onl Servnce Skyway Hotel Court Slnshers Conoco Servnce Statnon Smnth s Sunoco Servnce Statnon Smnth s Shoes Spauldnng Hotel Sprague Devnces Spudnut Stanger Hardware Stanley B1 Peck Paulnne Stearns Shop Stellema s Produce Sugar Bowl Tnvoln 8. Lnda Tomenko Servnce Garage Tonn 81 Blank Tranl Inn Ulrnch Pannt 8. 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' ...............,...,.... 174 ' ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,.,..,.,,,.,,,,.,,.,,,.,,6.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 164 ' . .................,.................. 187 ' ' .,,,,,,,,,,6,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,1,,,, 155 ' ' . ..........n............... 173 f ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4,,,,,,,,,,,. 170 ' ' ' ' ,.....,..... 190 ' ........1..........,.................... 177 ' ' - ' . ....,....1.,.,...,., 187 - ' , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,6,,.,.,,6,,,,..,,,,,,, , 164 ' -V----------------------4-..--.......v,..............,.... 198 ' . ....1.......,................... 184 . ........,.............,,.............. 160 ' ' ,,,.,,,4,A4,,.,4,,,A,,4,A4,,,,,,,,,,,, 181 . . -----------Y-.,...-.-.,.....1................... 158 ' ' .................................... 188 ' ' ..................,. 197 ' - ,,,,66,.,.,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 16 153 Eftrclent Performance over u perrorl of years has made us One of Incllana s Largest Electrlcal Contractors WESTINGHOUSE MAGNAvox HOOVER MAYTAG 0 25 Employes To Serve You 0 Experienced Purchasmg Department TED HILL WRIGHT ELECTRIC I1C 815 Franklrn Street Mnchlgan Cnty Indiana 154 ' I I Top Labor Relations A.F.L. Shop l . Congratulations To the Class of 1957 Graduates of other years are satisfled customers of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK or Mlcl-nGAN cmr INDIANA 83 YEARS YOUR FRIENDLY BANK Joan these thousands and bunld your future wlth the help of Muchlgan Clty's Oldest Flnanclal lnstltutnon A Federal Reserve Bank Member F D l C Commencement 1957 Put It unto practlce every day of your Life add the Golden Rule and all your endeav ors wlll be crowned with Progress and Success WM F LEVERENZ lll W Sixth Street CADILLAC PONTIAC Authorized Sales 8. Servlce P W WAY MOTOR COMPANY I l YOU have learned a rule for this and that. . O l55 4 3 Qs -Q , " wiv ,PW A wa M 1. . kwa gm A U U I .. 1 , , -. . -K wwf Q' Q- Z" ii Vx ,"" f' 'LWQ. ff f opt gi: gy 1 ' fy -F 4 f . . . A , ' - ff 5 K fi F' , , ? Q sf , V f if if v 5 3 , , V ' we A 'Q --ji? " .,..-' Z 3 f A 'M mx ' A if ,X fl if , ,ix rnf r Ya, 1f?f.:u?,gf"?ig' 3 galil' it 1-if Q .W I I 14 rf' me TH- l' mv , 1. W 1... WV- We J' 4" "' ,rw ,, V ,vu AK, vw in , 4,,,WM" A' , ' IL. far, 4, -Q mm' M , www, 5 wr 4,1 1 ' 1 -of 'Q 1 If 'Y The class of 1957 bids farewell to Elstrm lligli. Many of us will never leave Aliehigzm Cityg others will travel iitgir to strange, new cities, but all will remember the glory of the wind-swept dunes, or a brillizmt, blue sky reflecting on glistening waves-all that symbolizes Michigan City! MUSIC SHCP RECORDS PLAYERS AI. S THRIFTIMART ACCESSORIES Classical Popular Jazz Western Childrens 45 33Vs R TR 44774 512 FRANKLIN ST Tivoli Building Dial TR 4 6900 S S KRESGE COMPANY DEPARTMENT STORE VARIETY STORE 617 619 Frankl n Sf eef 705 F ankl St eet Phone TR 4 3465 Phone TR 2 5393 158 Compliments of I - - I 78 - - . P. M. 1501 E. Michigan Phone - - O O - i r r in r L1 'Q CONSTRUCTION INC C LLYYICL E71 GENERAL CONTRACTORS MICHIGAN CITY INDIANA TR432I8 159 0 E fMlCI1lgan Street I W rnke Road , PIIOIIC ' . bi,mf1,, 9-iii 'Z Cfg 3 .um-Y COMPUMENT5 F W WQQLWCRTH CQ TR 2 5191 sLocKsoM Mattle McComb Hallmark Carcls Toys Games Books Pet Supplles 620 FRANKLIN ST PHONE TR 4 8866 MICl1IQan Cnty lncllana COMPANY Congratulations to The Class of 1957 THE SPAULDING SHOP Russell H. Kramer Mlclwigan City lndlana T60 Compliments of 701 Franklin St. OF Phone - U 81 I I Congrcrtulotlons to THE CLASS OF 1957 Complaments ol Enyeart Chevrolet Sales Gm Service FOSTER 225 East Mlclwngan Street SERVICE 2101 Franklm Street Compliments of JOY MANUFACTURING COMPANY 161 Tlilangle 4-7217 ' V lm.. 1, . a Xpgg. . .Q w., . , A,x,m..,v.io-H 5 A M, . V ,M,,.,,-...Q 4e:',f,"7"H""f' -...,,,., f' Q A A fm L u Mfgw, , . -- K W .- , Y M A " 5- :.fi"-fA-,w- 'dr' wif- f5f,:'f-ffl- ff "' A ,W WU'-.V f MN.,.'.1pn-.:.f"'Y '...":rf f H. ri:-ff' 2- Z. 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'-lg., ,, :,, ggigiwvggf f , i.::1f' ww? -z2fx4Qf?iif15ff'34 I ' 73 ii' '1 Hifi 'A N. f- 'mtv arf 2- , fy: 'i' 15, g ig ,N M , 'R 'fA 6.....4 aWA -W J K q f-Mk L. " 4 V M N CN .qngrggq --." '.:, , 3 : M. ,D QM. 1 J 'r- my ' v,hj4:". W"' ' jf 'M ,Ml H1 '-1-Ia' N -V '-2"'Z: , A 'ww , Qs rg-wi A t-.1W'k1'1fz'-2?-:fAf1s..,sP:wf'M W. -' if 0 I '- 'wi , .,, mf A, W 3,5 wv,:m?5- ff, 1" A wfg.2sMfff. Q W f ' -Y PjLv.N....Q..,,--23 :, - 'mmm -- M 1' ,- A - 'N' 'Wm V.-' 'S ' -Q My .. ,, ,Q 4 . N WW......,a,.....,,k,...,g,,....., M., ,,, Congratulations to THE CLASS OF 1957 From HENRY LUMBER COMPA NY Phone TR 44264 6th St Bridge 1894 Your Lumberman For 63 Years 1957 Compliments of TRAIL INN Walter 81 Lorreta Chapala 401 JOHNSON ROAD TR 99885 W A POLITE Pamt 8. Wallpaper Co Smnth Alsop Pamts Toys Year Around Dlsplay 605 FRANKLIN 164 Compliments of SKYWAY HOTEL COURT 2 Blocks east of the Intersection of US 20 and Johnson Road Vermer China Company nomesnc IMPORTED Flne Chrna and Glassware Gltts for All Occasions 4 Mules West On U S 20 Mlchlgan Cnty Indiana Imperial Washable Wallpaper . . K 's +4 2 i 32 1- 4 .5 mwn 1 5 K is 1 ,alt wig. Q, Y W,-341. ifwi ' E Asa F, , wlfsg' W. ilzgkgf 4 N. NX N b Cong atulato s Class of 57 John Gr. Ams Barber Shop Falcl e Smith s Shoes F Log Cabin Shop CONFECTIONERY KAHN DRUG COMPANY g Ct Old t h 9 Housewares Gifts Hardware for Hardwear Llnn Hardware Gm Home Supply 409 FRANKLIN ST PHONE TR 2 2545 Michigan Cnty Indiana Congratulations to The Class of 'I957 Wrlghts Flowers 1204 E Michigan Street BOOK FAIR INC Fan i Congratulat ons t Class of 57 RONNIES FOOD SHOP 2416 ST LAWRENCE AVE. LONG BEACH I I n Compliments of - ll ll r ' I , Corner of Tenth 8. ranklin Streets IOIO r n In Stret Y f Q I' y Prescription Service . To This Community . . . , , Ninth and Franklin Streets II5I E. Michigan Street Michi an iy,s P Y Michi an C'y I d' u u O 0 I r i o Compliments of H ,, I O 4'I4 r kln Street T66 Herb and Mike s CHARLIE S PIZZA Barber Sho RP Y TR 26816 Dehve y Service P Fa kln Michigan City Paper Box Company ig 0 s e n W WEEE Compliments of - ' I 1 911 r n i Sf. 'l'l0 E. i le Michigan City, Indiana Ph - Complimems of - . r . - Q? V -D Qi 6th and Franklin treats 7 QE nlAMoNos if Ebann l 3 JEWELRY 16 WATCHES s M .gnu 7. --.- W.. BEST WISHES The Cone wuth The Curl on Top DAIRY QUEEN We wnsh the Class of 57 Very Happy and Prosperous Future Albers Bakery 829 Franklln Street Phone TR 99200 lO27 E Michigan 2506 Franlclln Machugan Cnty lndnana CUSH 61 LAMBKA Mlchlgan Cltys Complete Young Mens Store 807 Franlclln Street Compliments ol HUMMER WHITE MORTUARY AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE TRlangle 4 6229 716 Washington Street I69 - ll II C . . . , . . . . 1 I 1 Compliments of Bieber Insurance Agency 411 Warren Building Michigan City, lncllana Phone TR 4 8545 Lutz 8. Foreman PLUMBING - HEATING Oil and Gas Burners Serviced and Installed - Electric Sewer Machine Service - 503 W 10th Sf Phone TR 2 3737 9 pl etso Dorothy s Gift Shop l23 E 9th St Congratulations Good Luck CLASS OF 'l957 NNEY Compliments of Velmas Beauty Salon Individual Hair Styling 716 Spring St Phone TR 2 6254 Com pllments NORTHWESTERN TRANSIT INC I70 ' Michi an City, Indiana ' ' Com im n f O O C 0 I . 9 Atfw QE 'II' i ,,.t Zigi i I' Y ,Q , - . of Y I . 1 0 Congratulations to The Class of 57 Congratulations to the Class of 57 Haviland Callan Inc H9 Huron St Pamt 81 Glass, Inc Congratulations to the Class of 1957 20608 Franklin St Ph TR 46633 le' X MM Corner 8th and Franklm V Your Dutch Boy Dealer Michigan Cnty Indiana Compluments of Clpares Insurance Agency lll West Ninth Street 423 Warren Building Michigan Cnty Indiana l7'l . ll II 1 0 ' 0 0 . I . - l ' - r ' I' ' 5 I.. - C 1.- 5 " -'N 7AA,1--1' ' f u ll '14 I O . . . . I Franklln Pharmacy BEEBE S Prescription Drugglsts SPORTING 1517 Franklm St Michigan Cnty lnclnana GOODS P TR4 8712 PHONE TR 43975 J Compliments of Gerwln Industries, Inc 214 Spring Street Mlchlgan Cnty, Indiana 172 O I . . . I . hone ' 913 Frankun Sffee' 3 Pharmacists to Serve You ' John .Marszalek Prop. I I I C O C I C Compllments of BLACKMOND S .IEWELERS 8th and Franlclln Streets BERGS FLORAL 8. GIFT SHOP 906 Franlclln Street Mlchlgan Cnty lnduana Expert Deslgmng Chuna Ceramics Weclcllng and Funeral Flowers Crystal Novelty Gllts Deal TR 2 22lO Compliments of mlth s Sunoco Servlce Fronklln 81 Fulton Streets Phone TR 99878 Mrchlgon Cnty Klenltz Royal Blue Grocerles Meats Ice Cream ond Sundrles 27Ol Fronklln St Ph TR4733t Congrutulatlons to THE CLASS OF 57 ROWLEY S SHOE STORE Mlchlgcan Cnty s Flnest Shoe Store 803 FRANKLIN D I TR2 5735 Compliments of GLASS 5' PAINT CO mu AT rms PHONE TR 4 6464 J T73 Compluments of Downs I G A Grocery e L DOWNS PROPRIETOR 1905 Fronklm street MICHIGAN ctw INDIANA Phone TR 2 2424 S O I O FOOD MART I . I 1 I l . One ' . I3 ' S O O I Congratulations to The Class of "57" PIONEER LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY 320 E Second Street Phone TR 4 7283 Compliments of Frlck Motor Co WHEN YOUR PHONE RINGS Your Desoto Plymouth Dealer DON"l' SAY HELLO 236 Sprung St Phone TR 4 6247 SAY HIRSCHS YOU MAY BE LUCKY! on B H KAPLAN DR .I L LA FOUNTAIN OPTOMETRIST Speclalnzmg In EXAMINATION OF THE EYES 123 E 8th Street Mlchlgan Cnty Indiana For Appointment Telephone TR 4 3295 l74 O O ' IX ll IX I ll and . . . . ' 9 ' I Refine sh add zest x Lo the hour XV X 1 X f S COCA COLA BOTTLING CO MICHIGAN CITY IND IT S 4 6 CONVENIENT CASH AND CARRY DRY CLEANING STORES FINE DRY CLEANING AND PLANT AND OFFICE 0 514 E Muchlgan Street 0 IO9 W Sixth Street LAUNDERING 0 IIO E Eleventh Street 0 2400 Franklin Street 0 Park and Shop Center Coolsprlng 81 Franklin 0 East Sade Shopping Center Carroll 81 Mlchugan PHONE TR 4 7248 I75 x 4 X O O I .I X 3 I I J ,... ,,,,.. X S X X somso uuon Aurnomv or me cocA-cout cowmv IY ' ., , . I v n u - Compliments of Edwards Store for Men Congrafulahons 432 Fl'C1nklll'l Sf To the Class of 57 Stalger Hardware Inc 613 615 Franklin S1 The Place To Go For The Brands You Know J L FREELAND Hardware Housewares M 1, C n pam, 6111 and Michigan Sfs Mlchlgan Cnty Indiana G M C Trucks Oldsmobule COMPLIMENTS ROYAL METAL MFG C0 176 ' o or ompa y s. or Dlngler Brothers rms Mens HOME CURED BACON HAM Home MADE sAusAoEs I907 Franklun St Phone TR 4 7545 Compliments ol - Stellema s Produce Dealers In Fme Frunts 8. Fresh Vegetables TR 2 2243 1703 Franklm Street Wholesale Retall 1403 O5 Franlclm St PHONE TR 4 7201 Compluments ol CROWN GLASS 81 PAINT Inc IDHOIUIIIIK' uni C f 1211111 Compl me ts of Malot Feed 81 Seed Co Baby Chucks Mcqot s Mapc Feeds Seeds Fertnluzers Plants Phone TR 2 I566 Nlnth Street at Pune MICHIGAN CITY INDIANA VENICE S STANDARD SERVICE 2nd 81 Franklin Streets MICHIGAN CITY IND Congrotulot ons to the Class of I957 John H Schlundt George Schlundt msummce AGENT State Farm Insurance Cornponles F RE F AUTO 5I0 E 9th St M chlgan Cnty Ind Notion wlde Servlce Phone TR 4 4256 Nash Sales 8. Service 127129 West 4th Sf Dual TRa gl 43800 Nash Alrflyte Ambassador Statesman Rambler R D AUSTIN MOTOR SALES Inc Stanley and Peck Sell the Best Clothes I 7' I A L ITL. I O CONTRACTORS ' I ' . I - u E - l . . . i ' ' , . I O I77 Complrments ot SPRAGUE DEVICES INC Desrgn Manufacture Employment Practice Integrity in: MWF XX fc! I I if li211 llfll The Merchants National Bank SIXTH AND FRANKLIN STREETS MICHIGAN CITY INDIANA The Home of 9 Io 5 Banlung Hours All Loans Llfe Insured aI' no added cos'I' dual TR 2 72I I for correci hme member Federal Deposlf Insurance Corporahon Cumpkmwnu S ' Hate!! I79 Qin O I ' , , . , . n . , . I Newspapers and Magazines K 81 S Newspaper Agency 415 Franklin St Michigan Cnty Incllana PHONE TR2 3202 Compliments of THE CORPORATION CHIGAN c INDIANA Congratulatlons to The Class of 1957 Ernsts Leather Goods 406 Franklin Street Phone TR 2 3461 Michigan Cnty Incllana STUDEBAKER Sales Service Outstand ng New Smartness Sensat onal Values By Lester Jones atm hpM e e Bg Dftee ce 1247 E Mch ga Pho e TR 22642 Complnmenfs of The ' Q 2 l' ' lllllll IUUSIN DRIVE IN East Mzchzgan Rd Mzchzgan Czty Ind 180 I - MI ITY, I i I i Crfs ansi aksTh ' i i rn u l I I I . i i n n - l C '95 I , ji .1 ,' -9, X A' ."f-, x-1 , l 'W ug. ' I ' Compliments of CIara's Hat Shop 902 FRANKLIN STREET PHONE TR 4-4425 ItIucuo's ' 77 yy I2!yltllIlkS 1802 Franklin Street Dial TR 2-1866 Compllments of M. C. Recreation 117 E Mlchlgon Street Bowling Good Food Corsages and Flowers for all Occasions BALLARD'S FLORIST AND GREENHOUSE 132 S Roeslze A e Ph TR 4 7425 Delco Isbey, Inc Plplng Contractors and Engineers 2720 E Michigan Street Mlchlgan Cnty lnclucuna Phone TRlangIe 2 5581 Lou s Beautle Barr All Types Permanent Wavlng Phone 4 4896 721 E 10th Street MICHIGAN CITY INDIANA SPUDN UTS 65: em mms Q suv :M Hot- and buy em I pq by the sack! AMERICAS FINEST FOOD CONFICTION 1321 E MICHIGAN ST PHONE TR 2 3804 'YY 181 Whlteys Record Shop 316 Franlclnr Street Complete Lune of All Records ln All Speeds . V . 1 - I 0 ' 0 I 1 - 1 -fe y ' ' . I . G , 04 , . . -x ..r x I wg . 6 ' I Q' DV, I u . r 0 WJ., SPUDNUTS . . . a lusty Fallon 560 Pastry Product, sold on la . U3 authorixed, franchised dealers. LUDWIG FISH COMPANY Producers and Dealers an FRESH SMOKED AND FRIED FISH Phone TR 4 7844 Second Street Brndge MICHIGAN CITY INDIANA Ray J Beallan and Son Real Estate and Insurance QUALIFIED APPRAISERS Flrst Federal Bulldlng Phone TR 4 8295 Wnth Best Wushes to the Class of 57 Mann s Home Store CHOICE FRUIT VEGETABLES 8- FANCY GROCERIES ll25 E Mlchugcn Street Compltments of Robert T Nagle Arco Industrial Fmlshes Phone TR 2 6477 THE HOUSE OF FLOWERS Sth!! WASHINGTON STS Coolsprmg Franklin S 81 Coolsprmg Ave Mlchlgan Cnty Indiana TR 9 9087 Butch 8. Byrl Props Compliments of SID S If you cant stop smlle as you go by Be Sure Wlth Pure Franklin and Greenwood Paulme Stearns Speclalty Shop Phone TR4 4900 Hotel Spaulding Mlchtgan Cnty 182 1 o C0mPII""'e"'S of -' CITIES SERVICE I 0 Congratulations to the - Class of "57" NORTHERN INDIANA STEEL SUPPLY CO INC 2ND AND DYSON STREET MICHIGAN CITY INDIANA PHONE TR 4 3241 OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO BOOKS STATIONERY GIFTS PARTY GOODS GAMES TYPEWRITERS CHECK PROTECTORS ADDING MACHINES 725 Franklin Phone TR 4 7297 and We Wlll Dellver 183 Ol o OFFICE SUPPLIES 8. EQUIPMENT COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES From The News Dlspatch Mlclngan Cnty Indiana 0 A CHAMPION IN ITS FIELD knd of ne e t gves mos bot th reade nd ad ert ser 0 LAPORTE COUNTYS LARGEST NEWSPAPER s or 00 m re s bsc n La? o unty than any th or an s sth n any LaPot C ty p 0 LAPORTE COUNTYS ONLY PAPER WITH COLOR n pr t up to 3 c I s and black n both news expo nce 0 LAPORTE COUNTYS BEST NEWSPAPER as o r pa g aph cal E n e n o g ph c n e Safety Ed to a s m n y Ne a d t rs News Dlspatch Michigan Cnty Indiana A COMMUNITY BUILDER Congratulations to The Class of 1957 WASTE MATERIAL CORPORATION East End of Umon Street Industrial Structural Scrap Stee GRIEGER S CLOTHING STORE Michigan Citys Largest Store for Men and Boys 4 Compliments of Erghth Street Cafe ll2 W Eighth Street A Good Place to Eat ll ll O ' . . . I . O -the i wspap r tha i the t to h e r a v i . , I -ha ov I, 0 o u ribers I ort Co o er pap d print more page a re oun aper. ' I -ca in o or I and advertising - with twenty years of color rie . . . . , I -h won ve twenty awards in st tive years in Typo r i xcelle c , Commu ity Service, Ph to ra i Excelle c , i ri I, Co muit ws n che. 0 - - O ' 0 I . Congratulations to Compliments ot - class of 1957 SCHOLL DAIRY COMPANY Liberty Theater 428 FRANKLIN ST 1615 FRANKLIN sr Ted NKIIWOIS 3s Louis Philon Mgrs I1 TR2 485 R TR2 603 Cong atulations to the Class of 1957 Marquiss Electric GENERAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Rose Bowl Lanes, Inc HOMES BUSINESS COMMERCIAL SERVICE WORK BOWL FOR HEALTH Michigan City Indiana Andrus CLEANERS FURRIERS a house you will enloy doing business with 303 305 FRANKLIN 2100 21313 Operating Our Own Plant I85 0 P one -3 es. f3 r . O O . for I I I ' I 503 W. 10th Street Michigan City, Indiana ,, . .... ,, Dial TR - I REAL ESTATE ORGANIZATION MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA CDNGRATULATIUNS Congratulations CLASS OF "57" The Camera Shop KESSLER STUDIO PORTRAITS By PHOTOGRAPHY CAMERAS and PHOTO SUPPLIES 416 Franklin St Phone TR 2 3922 Compliments of Kllnowltz 8. Brown Electric Company Inc 2 l404F TR 4 6275 Fawley Abbott Home Furnishings 809 Franlclin Street 40 years in Michigan City T87 For your cont nued success Dobeski s Shoe Store M ch gan C ty s Lead ng Shoe Store 909 F anlcltn Street M ch ga C ty Indiana 1 140 - ranklin Street i ' Phone - The Best Wishes i Co. 'I . . i i i ' i . r , i i rt i , i ALLEN S Garden Shop Inc KARWICK ROAD IN LONG BEACH 3 Mules East of Mlchlgan my Phone TR 4 8215 Congratulatlons To Graduating Seniors' For the Undergrads Loads of Fun ln the Teen Age League And pen Play Bowling at Student Rates Palace Recreation 722V2 Franklin TR 99933 L MISSAL Decorating Co We Speclaluze un Quality Wallpaper 81 Paints GIFTS AND UNFINISHED FURNITURE Phone TR 4 5566 825 Franklin St DIAL TRlangle4326l DIAL or radlo duspatched Checker and Yellow cabs Checker Cab Co 24 Hour Courteous Service Congratulations to the Wllke s Drug Store llth and Franklun Streets W Ik Ph TR 2 3232 Compliments of ARNOLD A MAYER Mlchugan Cltys Exclusive Children s Shop 9l5 Franklin Street I - r ' O - . . . Ct 1 G g ' cLAss or "57" f . - I I BIII I e, Prop . - T88 Compliments of Tonn Gm Blank Inc 104 North Franklln St Mlchlgan Cnty Ind Phone TR4 6261 See Us Before You Bulld General Contractors Lumber Mlllwork Bulldlng Maternal General Electrlc Appliances General Electrrc Gunmson Homes Heating and Arr Condltlonmg Compllments of Compliments f M C DRY GOODS 823 Franklm Street HAROLD S DINER Phone TR 4 8313 ll6 EAST 8th STREET TOM 8. MIKE LERNIHAN Specrallsts In Custom Made Draperies Compllments of MERTL MOTQRS INC LUCHTMAN BROS INC Your lmperlal Chrysler 8. Plymouth SWEPT WING DODGE Dealer llth 8. Mlchlgan Street SALES 8' SERVICE Phone TR 2 5528 189 I , 0 I I I I I I ' - XX . ll ' o I I I ,, . . . . I I I The Best Success and Fortune In The Future QQ BROWNIE S GRIDDLE 301 Franklm St East Slde Shopping Center at Carroll 8. Mlchngan Congratulahons to The Class of 1957 M OFFICE O S ppl Compllments of Woodkmd at Gmenwood Klll s Office Machlnes 81 Supplies 122 E 6th St Phone TR 45278 Complumentg 10 fl-le Congratulatlons to The Class of 57 Class of 1957 YQXKYW- THE BURNETT SHOP 107 W Seventh St 710 Franklm St Phone TR 45133 190 Xa U I I achines F. W. Dwyer Mfg. Co. , Frrnhfl l . . CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES! MAY EVERY SUCCESS BE YOURS WHATEVER GOAL YOU SET IN lIFE From Your Fr ends at Mlchlgan Cnty s Centers of Entertainment TIV0lI U.. lIDO THEATRES Cong atulat ons to the Class of I957 M8nM DRIVE IN M8nM DINER Open all year around for your Con en ence T608 E Mch gan Street IOth and Frankl n St eets Phone TR 4 4565 Phone TR 9 9997 P p MORRIE KOZIN I9I i I I I I U r i - ll V - Ample Parking Space - . I I i r YO .: Congratulations to the Pullman Standard Mfg. Co CLASS OF "57" LANY7 YMNY-Y an FIRST IN um BER MICHIGAN CITY LUMBER AND COAL COMPANY I' and Bwldmq A Mafenals Mlchlgan Clty Lumber and Coal Company Compl me ts I Schlffs Shoe Store Where the Teens Buy Their Shoes Corner of 8th and Franklm Compliments T e Anderson Bros Grocery 81 Market F rst ood 411 Ch MICHIGAN CITY FURNITURE CO La Porte County s Largest and Flnest Phone TR 2 4555 i n o - . I z ' ' xx - 4 ' . n O ur zw ' St. T I. TR 2-5525 T31 Washington Streei of I 0 Il i F ll 409- icago St. T93 Ckcwo mb 57 V DWYER PRODUCTS CORP Best Wishes to The Class of "l957" Burnham Glove Co 1602 Tennessee Street Phone TR 4 5205 R O O T FUNERAL HOME 312 East Seventh Street MICHIGAN CITY INDIANA Ambulance RADIO DISPATCH Phone TR 4 6209 MICHIGAN CITY Everythmg for the College and Career Girl OHMING S 522 Franklm Street O 0 4 I Michigan City's ljinest Fashion Store ... - 1 . 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I1 1111 11111111 11 1111111111111 1111 11 1111 1111.211 111 114 '. 111.111 11111 .1 111.1111 .1111 1.11111'x. 7111 111' 1,'l.S1'f1.Nl.-IX .1fl11. 1111 1.114111 lllflf 11 1 11 1' 4111 11111 11111 1 I-11 ,111111 111111115 '11 1 ' ,L 11111. 1 1 '.11111 11111 1111 1711111-1' 'YU1ll'.S 111 1 11111. 11111 2' ' ' Q 1,U..lA'Yl.. 111111 11111. 1 ' CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES FOR Compliments of FUTURE SUCCESS Remember Sears for Home Furnishings wq Modermzahon 8 Repairs Aufomof-ve Come In and Prowl Around Famnly Wearables Applmnce, T908 Frcxnklln Street 8th 8- F ankl n Streets Satafsdloagaaaaatad nyoaamauylael Compluments of Best of Luck The Class of 1957 THE SUGAR BOWL Sllsher s T407 Franklin Street Conoco Service Station BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF T957 National Milk Company 306 East 10th Street Mlchlgan Cnty, Indiana T97 . O . . . . . . . e ' . . . e ' ' phone TR 4,4291 Phone TR 4-6355 u u ' 1 Wm Eelwmm Ummm 7604 Bmw , Bewizfffllq .ibewwiecf Ewfikcfay mc! 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