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

 - Class of 1958

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Student Llfe D6lJ3ltl11ClltS Gqlety P61 son 'llltles Buslness Index 18 1 ' . . . 1 ' . . . . 18 .' ..... . . 26 Sports ..... . . 62 " C ' ' '. . . . 36 ' ' . . . . 146 ISAAC C ELSTON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL MICHIGAN CITY INDIANA 1958 ELSTONIAN VOLUME 38 Business Edlfor Faculty Adviser- Sfephen Pohl Denms Lyon Mrs Ruth Curhs .O Co-Editors: Morily Hill ...F- .Q v 4. Y Q i - -il'-N .4-...ss .,,,..aNN ...Nw 'ET-'V--M4 L, N K w,,,"1Q,.'. 'Zu 5-...4 As.-. "SL, -N, : 4 . ' 'N i . 'w,.,,a it N F ,.. I K, .. x L ..u:-,,vlW""" L 'I V fu, ..M,,.Q.. vi--'-' L-va l Wonderful at . C. High WL-'ll nlunu lunl- nu-nuwru-s uf F9353 - ilu- best xr-ul' in Our l,if-- .... llu- firxt llux nf srluuwl .... ll'-nu--wlming l'nrzul4-. lfitxl ffulllmll lriumplm ww-r lfllxlmrt. rrfmrling Hur rllu-4-n znul late-r ilu- rlanuu- llln lluvlu lnll 1-xnrllillntilms fm' Se-niu1's lilliuf Vlqlllnlx ixin lnllvt uul lflmriftlnas lum-X .... luflulnx 1llill4"'N mul Imrtu-s .... rr-Iuvrt faml- ul llu- vlfw- ul ilu- N!'lll4'Nll'I' .... l.I4l!ll5lDIl Mlnu-I lu-xxx nl il4'lll"X4'Ill1'I1lN anul fun . . . twurna- nu-utx hllll l1'IlNlHIl , . . . amrufnuuw-nu-n1- 4rl1'1nlllPSI NIIIVIVI- .... ll1IIlHI' lull mul luuull' wru-tx . . . , . , , . ' r1111Nl1'p1+-gl-aixw...,ll1xn1-f1'lr'fmm In ull lls 4Illt'Il1l1II' all Ilu- N4'llllIl' .ulixilu-N lr'-Im tlu- vlzlfs plan lu Nn'N,lll1I'l.ll1' ix full Ill1vihlI1vI'lllIllll4'Nilllll1'V'lllIlg 1-xlu-11--:uw lull ul lun. 'llIllN. NlNVl'lN mul purtu-s . . . . ' , . IN I4 li - ,- . , xwnull rlul lull- lm' alll ulu. fl-1-lx zuul lu-lu-xv. '58 lfl.FTONl.'xN ST.-XFF nu-mln-rQ -pf-nil many lmu-y hour at ff-luml. planning arul working log--llu-r to te-ll ilu- btory of OLH LIFE. leouuoe uo ,uzcuoqaul oufeouuteudeut uno! yueud you uuae oeweol uo fuatufulfy tdzouyuout Om Info ,ho dcuoiefcyuzleu to oufz oeucofz youu decuuoe you uuae uuoeffcody oleolccuteoi 57 yeuu dune Zeoocue uu cuoyemulfe ,aunt of oufz oouool Zcfe uuv! oommuucty uuol oo feouuoe of youz 'zeoofmf o uouceaemeulo you uw!! uoz' Ze fo-zyolfeu lytuooe ojuofoztuuuteeuouyltoduow you wdtudeopzeopeotuuolleolcowueofoayomlfuruae we tie my of zu 1955 Eamm mama tho 5oo6 Zo you do om oouooio, ouuzcueo uuol dado mayhem, you ' ..... , Zouy f o 0 M. L. Knapp retires after 45 years of service NWI11x1 J Educator m Indlana -10 years 111 11 school prmclpal m xIlChlf'8I'l Cm 19261939 13 sears Nupermtendent of x1lChl an Clts Schools 1959 190 1o sears NU XIPW XRD H01 NIJ from I xr pool 1an1 after IX wee 1.111 1 work on mx IOUO nmunm smrlf. dnl 1 I han dlmn wanted to co J .1r.. . .. ,lapl '1 1 , u I .U U . . . G . . . Y A h c h Y z: . A, I, ,1 'V1 . Q 1 1 . , 3 E . . X .U . v ' ,- , I ,L F . V . l -1 o 1. 110, I f .i Ar .Eng 1. f S' ' ks' Europe-an tour 104410111-r. IUSTI urn- Mr. anrl Mrs. NI. I.. Knapp. His gl' N. hr- -ay. invlufle- "a litllr- fiehilgl. ' ' -' 1 N-, 4-or ' 1' 4 ' ' 1 sour- olln-r thing- - ' js ' ' 1 ." Beautiful and cool lake Michigan and warm summ I 2 3 1 ROCKING 'N ROLLING to the latest hit, Jeannine Sam and Dennis Nowfel show us how they won the A FAVORITE PARTY SPOT for kids at City is found on the singing Sands of the -dunes. Racing down the dune are lL to Rl Iioh Chapala, Bill Kuhn and Jerry Carlton. SMILING BEACH BEAUTIES begin a day of sun-bathing and swimming at beautiful Lake Michigan. lL to RJ Marily Hill, Mary Gring. Nancy Ding- ler, .lean Johansen, Karen Bruemmer, Judy Papineau, Nancy Kunkle, ,lean- nine Sam, Sharon Roark and Maryann Roberts. fa lille ll Jfffff tl 3 final danee contet on TX show Bandtanzl Nlatlnee in Au ust enablm them to return to thc final eontet Summer jobs full part time help us make dreams come true whether it be college new school clothes date money or a hotrod. We work in offices dime stores, mens and women's apparel stores, shoe stores, Grocery stores and in our own neighborhoods, mow- inf' lawns and trimming hedges. Workinv at a local vroc- ery store with Cranberries the main objective a dis- play is made by 1L to Rt Doug Morrison, Joe Brad- en, Dennis Nowfel and Dennis O'Leary. Q i X X ARRIYINI HONIE after two week of tutlw aml fun on the beautiful Indiana University campus at the lnmliana Unner ity ,lournali m In tltutn and ea er to he ln work on the 19:8 FI NTONIXIN are Dcnni Lyon and Nlarily Hill In the back round are Beth Collins and Nlaryann Robert who also attended --I 71,-J far li! ,o 44 lst AH A-Y l lf.-2145 J t X C 7 X er days bring fun and frolic before school begins Wal D 'DQ Q if 1 oi , N' ,T 1 - A- , t 1 i ' X f ' . , , V or 'ly 9 e t ti , , 3 I2 D l Ii ,.,1 A - 3 f q Q- 11358 "' X Jw K 5, N. AND BACK T0 SCH00l 4-q,-il: f P . :nj 'f .1 " Spirits rise with the beginning of school in fall - 5 j ! 1 I s . 5, ' '1 Y 111.E1iT11w nmxiqs 11:1-3 1:11 " ' ii 3 XXll,l3FNlXiQ In pillzlwl wpiin- inure-. Hmiy lloriiivkms-ki. lull fflt'IlIHy 11--israimw guru I15 1111.1 ,lalrlawk is in-l1'1v1111'1i. i J-A - , y' Lv ' a Q it - -vs -- f Q ' Q! ,X ' '-S . 41 PEP R Xl.l.Y ln-furv Lal'urI1A gzuuw- prrm-f l'Xl'iliIl1l- TOM DAHNIXN, Ann Janis in H. C. Parade with Ann's dad. 'J We are active high school kids with a variety of . ' 3 L L X 1 Hifciixtilii 1 Wggiilitxalfltsfxrl Q 1' ' 3 V 3 it 5 .1 mf 'l':Xl.ENTIfl7 TllESPlANS, Harhuru -Xhraihuiii ami Num-y Kllllkt'i. wulvh :le liill Prim- vxtructe Don Hur! tooth. MISS INDIANA. Gloria Hupprwhl lh-fll. thrills tho rlllllt'IliS with ht-r 1011114 impersonation of a nervous soprano llltliiillfi hvr wh-hut singing "Wy H1-ro." "l'Ni ONLY .-X BIRD IN A llIl.lH-fl! fIU2l'i." Huh- Xlineky ll-lie IIN in I'XN XNIICNIIIXN DXY is olmsvrw-ml in colorful. song whih- ll. to Hi U1-o1'gv Wuikvr. Nlurxin Ihiligh. Ste-xv Smith ami 11111111-iiliv 4'llNlllIllt'N with Ihr- livvly rhythm of De-nnis Ilippn-mtl-r-l wail to sing Li roueiiig l'l'llih in the- umiuul iiiltllkli l'ilNll'lll'i' illlli II11-Spuni-h Hill lluiiw pe-rfurim-ml Comm-rl tlirl-1-le-tl ln' Nlr. iitlwuril XX 1-Ile. hx li, lo Hi llziil 111111 5111- Winski. r' fs' 'Q F1 Ay.-'biqaif' i 10 vibrant personalities, talents and QQ Yr"--'-0 i""'v'--vu -1 5 ri gaagg ' ef a' he W? :rf V, ,f at IQRXCEFVI, NIXTXIJOH Jmly Jowpii :mtl lou-ly Sr'rmritu F Nlurks. xIlllIQ'lli4 of Sally Nlmmlgmm-ry. prfrfurrn an illiI'i4'Llir' Spun- isll riumw' on lin' Iiililrl Ill'tlgI'S1lll. Nmvrriln-r' 20. i"'iNlll.l,-XR T0 KLI, i- lfilyl liI'LlIll'iIlQL. iliQ1lINll'I!IIiliQ.I :lrum major l"ra-rl Wooml. llxflll varied interests ...ff YT ng . i : I r g I , t 1, SXIIIJNC LOOK 'XUKES tlmitnm I0 top! Xr- le-vn ami Kathie-Q-11 Johnson. liluim- and lflnisr- Nryaln-r. Mary annl Nancy Dingle-r. Xiarjorir- uml Janvt Hilherg. Norm anfl l.0ui-v Daliagia. lvmi N gay l'0llfLlNiOIl to twat-lrers unrl l'liisFlll3Il". I i 'E 2 ll XX PARTY TINIE for tsun- lwosorm-. Holi tlunn-r and Karr-n Strung, '11 -if .f 2' -'-tai' 1 i v'r ' 1 , I ,. . , 0ur strong faith guides, ,' ADW CA ' I , , 1, eifigci 'I . 'QQ fr 'Fifi' -I iaiffilil tl X e rv f fufinasi . was A 1. . .4 A . it 1, A X - Q 2 g I e . A 1 ' f fy of lil ? it 1, Q., 1 4 Af QI 1' 4 F! X lg ffl .Nfl- TEACHING SUNDAY SCHOOL is fun for Jane Holmes, senior. Activity during the Christmas season is exciting as class mem- bers can tell you. Pictured here IL to Rl: Dennis and Davy Overman, Jody ancl Kenny Presser, Patricia Lootens, Nancy Over- man and Carol Ann Lamb. at the First Methodist Church. X gfgwfwf' I PEACE .XXII SE- RENITY are re- Ilecteil in the light- inspires and comforts us ff WW I T. I . , ttf? A ff , 1 s HOOKS WRITTEN IN HEBREW are use-tl in connection nith the proglrain of instruction at the religious school of the Sinai Temple. Lorraine Kohn, student librarian. lsettln-rl! helps Muriel Yerniek. teaeher. select a book ns Ilzixitl Richter lrrowses. mg of the cantlles before mass. The heauty antl solitnrle of Sacred Heart ir- -"3 v ,,. it 3 l Qi lt...- . K r ' i I I, V L' k......,es . 'M x f -s 1 f r f "vs t I I ,lift I 'H X ind nt... I2 Church Ienrl spirit- .Q 1 ual refreshment anml WW it a feeling: of inner 22. I satisfaction. Dennis 4 Nowfel and llon Azar have assist:-tl , at mass for nine t years. - ' TRININIINC the stuily hall Christ- K mas tree is traili- -. tionally a senior Q class project. Eager , to haw: 21 In-ginliful tree. class ine-rnlu-rs ' rlonate ornaments aml work togetln-r. Finishing touehes are marie hy ll. to RI : Sanflee Ellison. Nlary' Davis. .lnrly Tough antl Tom Hess 1 ff we serve by giving our time and talents for all Calling us from the rush and bustle of everyday life, the churches and syna- gogues of our community open their doors to us. We find peace and strength and a feeling of belonging. Serving as altar boys, teaching Sunday School. usher- ing and singing in the choir help us to do our share. Our churches and synagogues realize our need and the youth programs are designed with the modern teenager in mind. Among the activities for youth in the various churches are service pro- jects, parties and retreats, giving many opportunities for spiritual growth and leadership. With the realization that we need spiritual guidance we attend 49 chur- ches, representing 22 denominations, in our community. 1 tk . Ku I 49" -f " at fri? . l ,e ,J f' ' E LL, f, . Lil- , XS- 2 3. g L CQ 4 R xi fL4ij I r ., . tg, - at as THJXNKSCIYING will he happier for '58 Tri-Hi-Y memhers because they share their bounty with others less fortunate. Loading a heaping box into the trunk are 4L to Rl: Cynthia Dana and ,Ioan Bonfield as Bohhi Merriweather and Barbara Abraham look on. W6 Will ffu 5 W . X- , i , .11- X 1 A7. Y g ff-j'Tl..x f " f?" f sl' sf. , " furry ' - MID EICHTY-FIVE BAGS OF CLOTHING were collected by sponsor rooms during the annual World Clothing We-ek drive, under the direction of Miss Francis Sehesta. Tying and stacking bags are tkneelingi: Marilyn Lalioeeo and Arlene Rouseh. Standing lL to Rl: Glenda Greening, liar- bara Rude and Xliss Francis Sehesta. l3 l'.N.l.C,E.l"l l'Ilii4Il'4'll.4 IPITIQIYIIII ix l1vIp1-fl along 1111 IWQQLLII'-N im-fl I0 p1'mi4lv 1111-1li1'i111-. f004l ainml vlolliingr for 111-1-ily niglil Ivy iifll1'f' ilriffin. :ix lui luvlp- In 1'11i-1' llu- 981111.33 4'l1il:I1'v-11 of lI1v xmrlil, Iil'll1'1' uvls as c'0am'l1111a11 for Nlurk 1'lIiIl't'lt'll lmy Nli1'l1ig1111 lilly 1'l1ilrl1'1-11. 'lille' 111111141 will ln- N4-vklvilxxzilml. Xuvllv Xillfllilj unwl Kllxly. I 51. -.vi rw -.. . Mun.-N 'C7 1 gf- W ,xc s . . s , ...LA- .nu wJ 3 TXKINU llI1Q'I'X'l'IUN. filing. typing and llookkm-piiigg arf- ull par! nf lin- ufiiw- pravliu- VUIITNV. 'which giwe -f-ninrx pru1'Ii4-ul l'XlN'I'il'lll'l' in all flilllnvx of offirv work, Hula:-rt 1illll'1'i'Ull. i,l'l'-i4il'llI uf lin- XI1-11-l1u11IN Nzilimiul Hunk. gin-N flia-111111111 In -11111.-nl -vm-rv-tary. Winifrwl Tlimnpxon. ,Xlmut if Xlllffl' Tlf UQHINU uffvr- Xlllllllilh' Iriiining In pro-pm-liw Ililll'lf -vnior m1111111-11-1111 rnujorf participate- in Ilia- Uflim- 1wuwI1e-1'- 11- Pu! Jllilllxlllll. u v'lli1lI'. van if-Il pun. l'11-ting l'ruf'li1'e' lfliillillgl l'0lIl'r4'. Sluwlvnt- haw on-Ihr-juli training and vulling an- par! uf thu- 1-I11--m11'k l'lliHfl'Il In jaiiiw- for Inu-in-1-k pe-rioflx lmxing opportunities to u-u tllcir xar- Uurnul unel Ruin-rt Iif-an-r. NIu1l1-111- ul Xlu11l1 Svlmol. iuux uiiirv Nkillg and I0 gain valuable experience. H- 1 Teens and Adults work together for commumty 1 1.11 1 .1 1 1 1 I ldllv 1 1 rv 111 Q 1 Q 1 1rn Jnlm N1 s X11 1 111 1 1 1 Nldlll 1 1011 11 1 V 1 'IJ ffl f- 11392. F 1.99" NON ONE OF THE HICHLK HTS of the prom 1 the brand Hard: ml 0ur Prom s sparkling stars, fluffy pastel clouds and X 2 irwlefl by Assistant Principal Warren Jones. PROVING THAT PROM TIME is the time for fun and smiles are ,Iam-I Inman and her escort, Mike Culliver. bustle of graduation brings a last farewell to all Xleinnries of this night will linger in nur hearts forever. Truly. gracluatinn is a speeial time in nur lives. Suclrlenly we realize that earefree :lays are gune and the respmisilvilities of amlult lift- are nurs. For some this night marks the lJl'g1llllllllgI uf the first step in higher learning: fur nthers it is the enfl of formal education. Wie greet graduation with varied einntinns. .Xll year we have lemkecl fnrwarcl In gracluatiun aml nnw that il is upon us we sumlmlenly feel sail. The hopes aml clreams of parents anal friends have lneemne a reality. Memories uf our fun tngetlier return tu us . . . our snplimmwe party. our class plays aml. fini A the rush of gracluatiun ac-tixities. This is the last time we will he together as a class. Tnnmrrmv we must take our places in the adult world. lllue to the fact that the ELSTONINN goes to press in Xlareh. these are 1957 class pietures.l PRINCIPAL A. K. SMITH presents the Salomon awards to Thomas Saturday lleftl and James Farina of the class of 1957. SENIORS LISTEN intently to Superintenmlent M. I.. Knapp as he inlrorluces the comm:-neement speaker, Dr. Carl Vlfinters. ix i""xX IT 4A M' City kids find that learning requires much work eff? 5 B- i THOUSANDS WATCHED SPUTNIK November 6th at 5:45 A.M. Great interest was created as the promise of in- terplanetary space travel was brought closer to fulfillment. Exciting discussions followed or-WNX in social studies classes. llill "XX Pollnow, senior, absorbs de- tails from the latest edition. ,ff..,,,,,f! lj K., ww, ANTI-MATTER lNFORfNl.-XTl0N is impossible to locate in most libraries. However. Nancy Dombkowski. Dahlite president, assists Delvin Jones. HJULIET STOOD HERE when Rome-o courted be-r in the famous balcony sc:-new, Lynne ,lanz points out in model of Elizabetbian tbealer of Sliakt-sp:-are-is time. Cv 18 Modern study aids help students learn effectively fs I" 'x A VAST STOREHOUSE OF INFORNIATION and enter- tainment are at the linger tips of all Elston students in our beautiful modern lihrary. Students receive information con' LISTENING to their conversations in Spanish stimulates in- terest for Bob Ebert, Steve Kottler and Darla Schrader. All Spanish students enjoy modern aids used in classes. M N Q V' - R in cerning the location and use of reference materials and the card catalog early in their sophomore year. This information proves quite valuable for reports and term papers. Aim it IN OUR ATOMIC ACE. Richard Lindeman, Mary Reid and Doretta Watkins discover that Latin is still important in many phases of various professional careers. L 0ur ll V ll and nurses render valuable servlces x I "7 CONCENTRATION IS qulte evulent 1n thls Engllsh class as they watch a mov1e dealmg wtth a toplc of current lnter est Modern class room a1ds such as th1s mov1e projector ANOTHER FEATI RF of th: KN X 1 the opportunttx ll gwes txtunhcrs to work mth rarho cqutprnrnt Semor Ralpl1 Wrlllams anzl lltll lollnow help profluce 5Lll00lllI'l'l? a datly feature broadcast from the auclto usual center .M-f-"""7 45,-S ,- brmg the world to the classroom John Bentley the pro Jectxomst IS a member of A V A a club wluch devotes many hours to varlous classes Ol CH' exclalms I relthfn llelwller as Xllss Ruth Kem ena a 1 If-rl hw 'Nl Luulle Tatnltn .mtl 'Nlr Dolores Xrn ot extracts .1 slm r from htr hn er The llllll'lll!l8If'l ma lllfltl' 1 one of tnanv moth rn aul ll tml hw the health tlf art ment x 1 I I I I f , Q ., 4, . i. 'V T 1 as , 2' ' f .K ' f , X ' vi . ,, 'A A , 1 Q e fi 4 4 r , , ts ' . - 1 fig 1 'Q .4 7 ' -, I ' 1, 1 Qt Q ,s,,P1. - -. s. 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' l , , - 5' s ' Many professlons requrre both math and sclence thq lu--1.111- If .1 1 tl lf 14 u 1- a 1 uc- Il nr- ll f 4 uf Il tm as ortaffs 11 nc 111 Illl t f at - Il c11u1ur11f 11 1 cr Jare fur careers 111 t1c-1 lt c- a--c- ale 111 a-11111111-1ze Xilflllll Elllllllft tc t are ffnen 1 clcter111111e potentlal and ru1r1cula are plilllllffl tn lu ld mterr -t of student- uhm 1111fYht Oll1tI'NlQP 1e lXfI't6'Cl to mam Cfllllpttlllff fippllftulllllt 1s lt would be more luuatne Quentrflf apparatu- IN mu--arx 111 -menu ala--u ur lah- are xscllsultul r our neef- HN 11111 sc 11111 - ucent arc 11f1ru am uf 1 lt equ1p111e11t IN 111ofler11 and adequate Iouffh -uc nu Ill - cl IL 111.1111 ll u111 lc- .11.11 .1 11 111 1 and suenu CIYILF ls not alnax- extltlrlff vut lt 1- urx ff vsardlnff Our DUINKS are flNlJOI1NllJll for the health of all student- 111 the Nllllllgilll Cltx pubht -chool The 'xllflltl X1 ual Center -uppl1e- 111ate11als ancl equ1pn1e11t to all uty sehuol- Stuclcnt- and teathf r- asslst Dlrettor Gtorge Nlelnh re llNl 1 rxpl,.1111f1 to an Xlge WILL IT WORK' vsomlrr 1 l 1 .111 rdu 4 1 ur IIOU ly preparf- .1 mhffnult u1tr1111e11t 1.11 lr ft s-.4 -Q' 1. 21 n I l "Are -l : ll- 'l -a l uf sl?" I 7 tio in the 111i lx of l'g.l1 -vl1111l st lm- ts l Sh F- f gn l s 's s llllfl e11g.i11ee-1's is lmeingg 3. met Hlitu by - - z,i11g1 tal-ntfcl stul-nts tu 1,1 pref ' H , ' l f'1ll:. Cl A ' - f Crei'l.' ."s1'l1'ss ll." tr 1 ' 1: . : ' 'P ' 1 l d.Yl .H C ,hmh 0 sf W- ., '- f., ' 1: f l',l ' . 'l lrt ls sz they -slr -'1 s l --ll-l'gl t-fl: Th- , '- cm --ts. s4'l1ular:l1ips. 'ml -V scierlce aml 111atl1 eluhs. lfl-11111 stuclents are aware of rl - ' 1' mlpurt 't' 'Q ' " 'l' ll- ' e11gi114'e'i11g ' D. ' ': 1: g : 1 1 e ': . 1' S. l"lNl .V Q Tlllf Y,KLl'l': OF X 's 1' " 'l 3 hra " v l ll ' ' 5 .lin ,i111l'l11' as ln' " - 3 'lass hy it- te-al -, Mr. Hivhartl Pre--1-r. ' - ' - ' ' '- -Q1 ' ' - ' el1m-111i- y luh. sv, if . V, 1 A fs? fl 1 ,-f 1' -,Q , ,ff , 4 l F ' e ,M WS 1 A he N , l ,ag y ' I ' , 1 A A I Wx . 'T 7 , i , .x -lx'-L.. 'L f X 4, x ., 1' - f V KX Y - ' use V K X Variety is stressed in all our phys. ed. classes 'rv 'l'Ul'-NOTKIII SENIOR XYlilf5'l'l.l'fHS Huy 'lliorpv :mil lil Pcclflt-s matcli tllcir skills in gym class. Ol INT YYIIING WFlfLll'l'l.ll"'l'lili in our si-luml is ,Ii-rry Ml Fffllf TONE is il:-xr-lopf-fl lay girls doing e-xi-rciscs aml participating in sports. Group CXL'l'f'lNP helps girls improxe posture 22 All non-academic courses teach practical skills Nl,UflllNF IDRXWINH i- of gn-ul i11r4-ws! to Nlikv Culli- "lf XFY NOW. l30H74f" lloram- lllunfl cautions as Xvaynf- xl-r, Nl'lllllI', X11-4-Ilnni--nl flraminu mnlr'-ws pn-punk lnws fm- Nlun-nn llllll lsurry llrml nttvrnpl In llflisl vnginf- lrzlvk into lull- nlnivlu lln-x 1-nn lulw irnnl--lliulfslx alll'-r gl'll4'llllll'l2I Ill--ir var, Xulu -Imp pr:-pcm-N lun- for jolrs as Inf-1'llal1im's3 .1 fl-xx stu-la-nts xwrlx 11- llllll-lNlll1'll lluring Pllllllllfl'NLll'l1llOllN. llllf also work on tlwir own 4-ar-, 1 'pr ,I C 'iw 4:2 . K L x X , f ' 1 ' r 1 N-A xlx., 1, z . C Ax ,Y ,zv . .' 4 TN, . 'Q XIKRIIAN XXIHNXEX rv-wiv-N flrixing irlstrlnliml from If Nlr. Hurulfl Wf-gnvr. a- Ilan' Walls unfl Janiw- Wmvl -' avail lllvir t.urn al the- mln-f-l, ' 5 '35 If', Y.- ld fjll XHXIINWI IlU5'lWE54, Kar.-n Wow lriglltl. sr-ru-N punch Y 1 lu llanura XX are-rllull-v ll:-fll unfl Hive- Fi-1-In-r at purly in ' , rs. Xluflvlinf- Fe-rgllsrmrll vrmking: vlu-X. 23 Many express themselves through art and muslc QI' yr L1 XI1 CHRIQTMAS TIME AT CITY rs made e pecxal and rell xous palntlng showmg, the true meanmg ly lnterestmg each year by the art das cs taught of Chrlslmas make the season merrler workmg by M155 Wilma Comer Bvautxful holulay scenes here are Karen Courley and Pam Sterne I ...-f-' NI-XNY HOI RS of practlu an I 11 ln anet Inman IFI N TIN IH XT om: more ' Nlr Edward Wells vocal enlor orchestra n11n1ber for the annual Concert mluch 1 1 ector t XX amla lla-rrmam 1 oIo1l rr-l1ear mg for dxrectefl by Nlr Palmerj Nlyran CllI'l tma X1 per Pro ram pre entcd for the publlc 2-1- l ,ea "' V y ' -1 he sh 1 K lj 1 M .lql vip. I ,Tk Viva, , M K 1 .A A 5 I. - .g. k . . .r . . . y is hbi, . s . Z . 3 . Mil A e Cai.. In I 1 gs was If , . 1 or OW V one .' tif! I V 1 v x .. I .' 'SJVI 1' .I ' , ' .1 '- '.". . "' -,' Q ' : 1 , ' ' 'A 's lir-' . 1-lls " I -I, s 'S ls' ' . F g . S-f '. Many choose business rattlcal xalut of Q mme ru al t fur e IN rea lltl all v s u plann f o aeupt posl IUIIN '1 It r 1 rim Ualltbll IIN twat ll rnul lIl tht 4 Illllltltl ll fltpartmznt art u t ,eneral Buslncss IN 1 tour e lIllI'UClUClIlfI sopho mores to many lmusmess problems mc' Uflllln' m surance taxes and banltlnff About nlnetx of the stutlent lqlxlllo' Office Prac tlce are Y10I'lilIlfV m xarxous OfflCP5 throufrhout the cxty to galn evcpellence P Both qhortbancl and Txpmff are requlsltes for stenographtc majors Home-ser TXIJIIIU 1: chosen as an electne bw mam others Bookkeeplnv and Bust ness Ellffllgll are also requlred courses Problems of all kinds pc rsonal QOCl3l and eduea tlonal are brought to our counselors each das ChO0ClIlf' careers and colleges 14 xltal espcelallx to SCHIOTS Miss Rebecca Mclxellir IS our upperclass nouns lor and Mr Robert Alflllll' IQ our new nlnth and ten ffrxflf counselor 'Nllss Bess Dax Dmrtor of Gl1ld8IlLC ln the xllCl'tll'lIl flts Publle Qthools works 1n close cooperation Wllll both counselors careers, counselor helps Nl XNTILRINQ THF IJIQTXPHONE ls one of the goals of Xlarx Knn K Ofll ha tmno raphn major ln offlte machmes mln tau ht ln 'Xlr lhrnne 'N ann WHKT NHOI LD I TXKF' lJaweWurl anew ophomore a lt Robert gnxr nllll an tenth fraflt coun tlor I l P -'- '- - -o - "2 'm s s 'S I".-l by . Ct llege-bound stutlenti and thtse ing t '- :'t' J .f r xg 1 l ' f' l I' sk'l.s lea - ' - 'o ' t - t - s-ful. . C ' -' 'Q . ' s ' ,' e - , L T . H 1 D , . YV A S 5 p. Z- . - Y Z' v : A , . V . A Q. U 10 Y X a 4 vw F . . 'L' M ,Q L i. -u F v A 'Y L i - '. ,R ' s ' . I 4- ' 4 1- P - - s M- , egg. ' -. ' - . . - Q4 4' . n r Qv 9 A - . - N, s ! 5. R I N I E .k V. l L x .' Y u ' V 1 X IS ' - ', . '. ' ,- ' .e- th,,t l : .. 'it '. ' 1' . - -. . v .Q 1 u . . an ' . - . Y 4 .A A . , ' t Da ,. is-..S.,,g -, - - '. - ' . . ' , x U ,NF g S. , '. -1 ' .ff K V 'll . ' V 5 '. '5'S Mr. ' :Xi '. ' Il I l ' " f - tg' - s- . AC 25 v-.gf :IE -fu 1' 310' 'vwgw I y 4 X X , Q - W 4: . .241 fl V 1: H v ' " Q "ir :- . '-l,'1','f, ra ,g f-"Via" ' , 'Qjf ',"1.?'f": .1".Vf , ' ng 2 l, H, if 3' T' V c . W 5 .' '35 ,,,, . uf' wg ' 54, En, ' -'fix 'kat ', --- ,P ' j.x L .flyu -,Ay 'ff 4 552 Dunn wow. F p, 5 i Y 4 fm W, M eww, 'Juv asm., N rw., wmv' Gaiety in Friendship, fellowship and fun fill OUR LIFE with gaiety as we join the clubs of our choice and enjoy City's many parties. In school and out of school, we discover that working together and playing together lead to sincere friendship. Long hours spent in any club. organization or service club pay off in developing leadership and follower- ship. We learn that shouldering responsibilities is most important in bringing gaiety into OUR LIFE. "SHUT OFF THE RAIN!" squeals Nancy Kunkel as she runs to share shelter under the big umbrella with Joe Rybicki and Beth Collins. i..-...-... Hundreds of Tuxedos escorted Billowy Skirts to an 5 "FOODl FOOD! AND MORE FOOD!" teenagers ex- claimed at the Elks' post-prom party. Mothers, who served had to whirl around for refills seconds after they placed the serving dishes before their hungry teens. if i X if isis.. Q 4 sul , , 'i ,Kg 0 4 Prom-goers were enchanted with the mysterious magic of the big city at night with its skyscrapers, top hats, white gloves and city parks. On entering through the red canopy, eyes fell on a room lined with skyscrapers, while overhead silver stars and fluffy pastel clouds hung from a blue sky. Couples whirled around the center of attraction, a small park scene complete with pink fountain, grass and a small picket fence. Surrounding the room were tables decorated with top hats and gloves, park scenes, skyscrapers, or stars. Cigarette girls and waiters in proper attire served the tables. As a climax, class officers led the Grand March. Dancing to Bob Eberhart's band at the Prom was well worth the work done by the Class of 1958. UP IN THE AIR under Prom decorations these kids fl. to r. above: Doug Morrison, Bobby Meriwealher, Willia Johnson: l. to r. below: Karen Reed, Suzy Ferguson, Sandra Zeese. Mr. We-gner, Karen Bremeri, were merrily working hard with their class sponsor, Harold Wegner. evening of "Midnight in Manhattan" at 1957 Prom P is UPTOWN NEW YORK was the scene where thi debonair group stopped for a bit of conversation Chatterm about fun were fleft to right! Fred Blxssmer Nancy Dombkow ki Ronald Colborne Johanna Ha er and Nancy Calvert Whether It s Razz a ma tazz' or Crazy, man' we lll'Nf' DONI UKIJIH' lx r 1 cf lu tlldttltl 4 1 applau 1 on e p r ln a e lL to orn Naunslx r Jr rlv lx lun owartl N ltlm n ll r 1 arx LETS 23 SKIDOO ln nn fannlw m llllv a Fsor e NIOFIHTIIV to Nlarjoru ,lolln on I l m the 1 toon skln coats you lcll tu se pl mor to 6 otler at the l1lr.,,fQt pwrtw thex haw for the year It was tht lr Q-lilllllf' llllllll for thrx e xe'1rs of rolllclc m f fun for tht tspxc 11 NI K stuc ent Danemff arounrl the gun f 'ulv rlfroraterl with old 'lillllllt d street unps tht sophs Lolnhlned t e flllI'lPQl0Il with tht lltzst romk n roll On the stafe X le a 0 IIIIIX ru fun '1 2 struffglg buggw hedecked Wllll Wltlllf s of the era ln the center of the stafe was an orm c SIIQII telllnv all the theme was The Roarln Twcntles' BoysLXClllllI1tl Thr ky tht lllllltl when they iw the ffals dns ul a flappc rs Nltll lonff eads ro rd down stotlunf s lone' eurlx lashes splt curls and heavy eye shadow Trvmg not to he out done the boys appeared ln usts caps mecoon coats fYZ1IlgQtCI' '1tt1re an nm Ill paatu s lllN ant 1195.5 sweatfrsl ex al 1 had clnu ttf mluhs pennants slde burns and 1llU'1tZ1f,llPS One of the ln hllffht of the CYCIIIIIV' was the prof ram with 1 1020 VCTCIOII of ClIId6I'CllZ:l and a then and now fashion show ClllT'laXlI'lg the pro run the hop cllusccl as flapptrs wlth make up, cl mud the 1 h urls ston' To keep the cl lnunff llvely the sophs dld a spoon dance, a ITIIXPI' dance and then had a dance con te t The flaw of 60s rock n roll champs were Nl xnucl l lmon and ,lean Scppus At the end cw none 'wreed OLR I IFF has just he un as sophomores and of un' BLOONIPRFD TENNIS KHXXII' and lumkfrul olf pro te lm e ch ollur ta: l,lIll0Il Ira lll form are Nlaly Alue Kulult and Janus Par hmr I 7 If ,Y lf ,Y I l I l I "Oh! -' '1 lu f-riml l - A u lo es -aeh .q l , t , "WX K ' ' 'Q ' . 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I Q, ' ' - gg A ' 'i A ' '- s . xressee " -ra's " - are g a' - 's 'l-nts, - N 'I' g I 30 parties are fun for everyone from M. 0. High ""?-w :N 1 - 12 g., l of "l'lTlFl'L PEARL does not have huck teeth!" squeals Judy joseph Hop center? to Marily Hill. Barbara Abraham re- .Ewx X w x ia til X GETTING TOGETHER for a "hull session" and card party, city seniors ,lim Noveroske, Tom Martin, Don Black- mond and Tim Armstrong eoncentrate. Senior boys have enjoyed getting together during their last year at City. 31 we minds the girls that Hrs. Joseph is sleeping. Janet Gole and Jean Johansen devour cookies made by ,Iudy's mother. 'Uk CHENIISE DRESSES, beaver hats, hermudas. knee socks, hlazers and crewnecks are '58 styles worn by seniors jim Cross, Mary llingler. Gerry Schwestka. Tom Darmon. Jack Butts, Fred Ulissmer. Fred Wood and Anne Fraser dance. Comet reports all: club news, sports and gossip EDITORS lleft to rightl Gerry Schwestka, .ludy Joseph and Patty Bacon prepare layouts for the next issue of CRIMSON COMET. EVERY DAY is a busy day in preparation of the CRIM- SON COMET, but the big thrill comes with each new issue. Enjoying the latest edition are llront left to right! Pac Dawson, Nancy Kunkel and Margaret Robbinsg lrow 2b Jurli Crawford. Karen Trask, Roberta Reppert. Karen Kneisley, Nancy Dingler and Karen Bruemmer, lstanding left to rightl Mr. ,lohn Slanlield, adviser, lie-tty Durham, Ray Railey, David Jasperson, Bob Pollock, Tom llarman and Wendy Reitman. r IX N-br QD "Gotta meet that deadline!" exclaim all the school paper's reporters rushing around for news. Interviews, heads, pix, ads, features, sports news and school news are gnawing in their minds on Friday-deadline day. Constant reminding about accuracy, no double meanings. accuracy, no padding and more ac- curacy. is given to the staff by page editors. editor- in-chief and their adviser, Mr. John Stanfield. CRIMSON COMET is a part of the journalism class that is offered for two semesters to juniors and seniors. Therefore, the paper is not an extra curricular activity, but a class project. All class members have some part in producing the paper every two weeks, they lay out ads, sell ads, exchange papers with other schools and write copy. Foremost in all their minds is meeting the dead- line with good and interesting copy which supplies our school with the latest news. Nancy Kunkel, senior, serves as editor of Teen- Scene. popular teenage feature published every Fri- day, in Michigan City's News-Dispatch. Many students do not realize how much leg work. brain work and ink slinging go into each paper. llowever. all appreciate the variety of news that tells of OUR LIFE. W, , f sim of is mm by Elsmnian staff BUQINEQQ FDITOR DENNI9 IYOV announce- to f' t, . . . . i . . ,i , s iZ1!'0- lyn Kuszmaul. lndex Editor. and Nanev Doinbkowski. Ofhce Manager. "You're tops in sales. Carolynl" uMake your copy sparkle: this sounds flatl Thev shut off the heat as soon as the bell rings - 1'm freezing! lim not asleep--1'1n planning my section lu -so goes the lingo in S-214 between Adviser Ruth Curtis, staff members and editors. Our goal this year is to equal or better the first class rating from the National Scholastic Press Association earned by last years lfL5TONl,-XX staff. Our .1958 ILLSTONIAN started when the new staff was chosen in April of 1937. All phases of yearbook publishing were studied at Indiana lini- versity. when four of our staff attended the Year- book Division of the lligh School journalism lnsti- tute. Bepresenting Nlichigan City at l. lf. were Harily Hill, Dennis Lyon, Maryann Boberts and Beth Collins. Conrad llilton Hotel in Chicago was another place of interest which attracted five of our staff and our adviser in August of 1937. Studying the latest ideas and problems in yearbook production at the annual conference of the National Scholastic Press Association were Dennis Lyon, Steve Pohl, Doug Morrison. Barbara xkbrahain, Barbara Folde- nauer and Mrs. Ruth Curtis. The "big payoff" for working long hours, week- ends, nights and vacations will be Nlay 17 at the Autograph Dance, when the ELSTONIANS will be distributed. 12? C0-EDITORS STEVE POHL AND NIARILX HILL agree the theme chosen for our 1958 1'QI.5'1'0Nl,-KN is wonderful. They discuss plans for telling the story of OLH LIFE. , --A l 1 I STAFF NIENIBERS busily selecting and cropping pictures, and "dreaming up" captions with a "punch" are tseated left to right! Beth Collins, club editorg Don Croeh, sports editorg Judy Schliephake, art editor: Barbara Jhlllillliifll, class editor: tstandingt Maryann Roberts, faculty editorg Doug Morrison, sports editorg Barbara Foldenauer, class editor: and ,lean Johansen, class editor. Blackfrlars charm Learning all the phases of dramatics . . . acting. setting up a stage, provid- ing properties, designing costumes. prompting. applying make-up, and all backstage work is the purpose of the Blackfriars. Therefore, all students in- terested in dramatics would certainly be interested in this club. Members start out as Blackfriars and work to- ward achieving the goal of Thespian membership. Presenting an annual Christmas play to the student body is the main proj- ect. This year the play was "Our Miss Brooks and the Christmas Carolw . . . a take-off on the television show, "Our Miss Brooksw. To gain additional experience in dramatics, other projects are presented to the club during'their Thursday meetings. Projects include short plays and pantomimesg experienced members give demonstrations on the application of make-up. Working with Mrs. Helen Pohl, fac- ulty sponsor, the Blackfriars enjoy working together to achieve a better understanding and background in dra- matics. ROW 1 Claire Ronfield, Linda Hoffman. Nancy Dingler. Margaret Robbins, Karen Curry. Jean Johansen, Row 2 Priscilla Saturday, Mary Dingler, Diane Mohamed, Mari- anne Blank, Pat Klosinski, Liz Allen, Barb Kemp. Row 3 audience with Christmas play . . l 4 ,af 0 V no 'J A 'X "WHO HUNG THE MISTLETOE over the door of the girls' locker room?,, roars the principal lCeorge Moriarty! to the students, lL to RJ Mary Gring, Dick Falk, Margaret Robbins, Nancy Dingler, Marianne Blank, Jim Olmstead, Cary Baker and the teacher l.ludy Ackilj. Karen Marks, Judy Joseph, Sandy Kintzele, Gloria Ciber- son, Beverly Adler and Karen Courley. Standing Phyllis Marsh, Marilyn Shepperson. Barb Kriesel, Pat Bacon, Christy Clements. Judy Ackil and Jerry Kohn ffrontl. if v Thesplans carry on advanced work rn dramatlcs 'v + if av dp, S Y W is XX - '27 FRED WOOD applies make up to Don Azar as Thesplans watch Seated front are Lorrame Kohn Barbara Kbraham Ronald Sklrmont Stated hack Patty Bacon Sue Wlnskr Chrlsty Clements Nl: s Wlellle Luck Suzy Fer uson Stand CLXSS CONIEDI KN lNancy Kunkel Hxce presldentl explams to Lorralne Kohn tbecretaryl and Stete Pohl lPres1denU how she was chosen by Wally Phllllps M C of the popular TV show Band land Nlatmee to Introduce the how when the seniors attended the show m Chlcago ln August 3.3 mg qtewe Pohl Ralph Wllllams Dan Goldman Wllllam Prrce Fred Lleher Howard Wlondlentz 'Nlrchael Ankony .ludy Swendsen Marllynn Shepperson Carolyn Kusmaul low skl John Llndsay Young hopefuls graduate to mem bershlp ID Thesplans, a natlonal dra matlc honor soclety sponsored by MISS Melhe Luck The 10 polnts necessary for membershlp can be earned by par tlclpatlon ln plays and programs whlch are presented before the student body polnts may also be earned by servlng on various dramatlc commlttees One of the hmghhghts of the year was the candlellght ceremony for 1n1 tratlon of new members at the home of Nancy Kunkel Programs and class plays gave op portunltres for Thesplans to show thexr talents They thrllled thelr audlence wlth their comedy presentation, Tooth or Shave Each meeting has a program de slgned to help the members learn some phase ln play productlon Chmaxmg the years work, Thes plans travel to Chxcago to see a current play No Tlme For Sergeantsu was thelr 1957 cholce The last meeting each year IS a beach party I l I 1 ,, at ' A 'Y 'x e T . Y ' A 1 x T X ',. V C 1 'V . 1 X I lun' I Y ' ' ,ff 1 TT Y f l ,fl 'f'Vl f r ' y X I 'l 'll fl A r - We 1, ' 1 f f , - 3 'Q I f5FV"" -, ef' 1 ,J . 4. N 'iv' f g Patty Haack, Gail .Winskix Barb Kemp, Karen C-ourley: Sandy Gresham: Dixi Taylor, George Schultz, Ronald Sad: , . S . - , ' g ' . - ' ', ' . F A , ,. - N. . . - . . , I . 3 S A . y . . . . . S , N 4 . . . ' l , I 'L 41. - - - 4 - . igvi I . A . I T V l l ..l ,f" , vm! , , ' I - - - i' gg . ' . . ,, V ,V as . . , S5 ' Enthusiastic audience Eafzfsitff REFUSING T0 LISTEN to reason Dino fMike Ankony, right? turns from Mr. Taylor fR0n Sadlowskil and Mr. Mandel lPaul Sammannl. uit SCOLDING CEASES when Dino's parents lSusie Florent and Duane Lewis, left to right? find the stranger in Tony's tlloward Mondientz'sJ room is Dino iMike AnkonyJ. cheers lr. Play, "DINO" "Dino", the story of a boy's struggle to be ac- cepted by society and to accept society himself, proved a wise choice for members of the .lunior Class. Directed by Miss Mellie l.uek and assisted by Mr. John Mohamed. technical director, the play was enthusiastically received. Dino fMike Ankonyl had the mistaken philos- ophy that the world was against him, and that liv- ing was a series of hard knocks. lie hardened him- self to the other kids at the settlement house. When Shirley, the shy teen-age office worker lDixie Tay- lor! tried to be friendly. Dino resisted. Mr. Mandel tPaul Sammanni . Dino's parole ofhcer, was a great help to Dino because he let Dino help himself. Tony, Dinois brother lH0ward Mondientzl ido- lized Dino and wanted to be as tough as Dino was before he went to reform school. At first Dino was confused and didn't know whether to yield to the kind concern shown by Mr. Taylor lRon Sadlow- skip? or to join his brotheris gang, the Silk Hats. Re- membering Mr. Taylor's words and Shirley's kind- ness, Dino found that he must fit himself into society and conform to society's laws if he was ever to be considered equal. So casting aside notions of be- ing a trouble-maker, Dino went to the settlement house dance and had a wonderful time. i s 1.17 a - A x DECIDING WHICH MAKE-UP to use puzzles make-up chairman, Diane Mohamed. Mr. John Stanfield puts the finishing touches on Dino thlike Ankonyl. Seniors' timely production brings much applause Spring, the season of youth. whirled through the halls of Elston on a velvet carpet with the senior class play. "And Came The Spring". on March 2lst, the first day of spring. The story centers around the problems of a family of two confused parents lludy Swendsen and Bob Pollockl and three temperamental teenagers. Yir- ginia. I8 tBarb Savinskil. Elliot. lT lFred Wioodl. and Midge. 15 lxancy Kunkell. Wlhats a girl to do when her sister brings home a society debutante. lftnn Eraserl to spend a week and hcr heartthrob lDon .-Xzarl treats her like a kid sister? These are only two of the many problems confronting Midge Hartman upon the beginning of spring vacation. Midge, trying to impress Buzz Lindsay. gets him a job he can't handle, causing the ruin of Mrs. Fields' l,ludi Crawfordl expensive garden. Linder pressure from his wife, Mr. Fields 1Bill Pricel can- cels a large order from Mr. Hartman's firm, bring- ing Midge much criticism. Midge almost ruins Virginia's date for the senior prom, as well as ruining Elliot's great novel. 'iAll's well that ends wellf' however. and Midge repairs the damage. Other characters included Ron Davis, Lorraine Kohn, Fred Blissmer, Roberta Reppert, Barb Abra- ham, Bill Bucklin, Fred Lieber and Bob Chapala. A e AETER SAYING THE DAY she nearly ruined, Midge 'Nancy Kunklel greets her prom date, Allen Fields lBob Chapalal. Clad to have the household back to normal are GOING OVER A DIFFICULT SCENE to calm "before curtain jittersf' Buzz tDon Azarl asks Virginia tBarbara Savinskil for a prom date. Mr. Hartman lB0b Pollockl waits for his cue as Cynthia Dana, prompter, follows the script. Nlr. Harold Wegner fleftl, technical director, and Mrs. Helen Pohl, director, make a final check on the script. Gabby fLorraxne Kohnl. Freddie lEred Blissmerl. Carolyn lAnne Fraserl. Keith lFred Liebert, Mrs. Hartman ljudy Swendsenl and Elliot tlfred Woodl. Michigan City cheers band Excitement and color are added by our varsity band at football games, pep sessions, parades, assem- blies and basketball games. Leading our band are the color guard. six dazzling majorettes and a high- stepping drum major. Singing on the bus, tryouts and challenge jitters, pride in winning state contest medals, thrills of marching and cheering at football games and lead- ing the Homecoming Parade . . . all leave pleasant memories for band members. After the football season, our marching band be- comes a concert band for the rest of the year. Keen competition for first chair in each section develops better musicians. Other highlights of the year include tag day, con- tests, the spring concert and the annual tour. Something brand new was tried out this year. Our director, Mr. P. J. Myran, organized the Michi- gan City Wind Symphonette icomposed of 40 wind instrumentsl which hopes to give us something new and interesting in the future. LEARNING QUICKLY at drill sessions, our fast-stepping color guard responded to such commands as, "column rightf, 'iattentionn and 'iparade rest" to perfect their drills. Kneeling fL to RD 2 Mike Fedder and Charles Heise. Stand- ing: Janet Hilberg, Janet Inman and Marjorie Hilberg. of talented musicians Our seventy-piece Michigan City High S1-liool Band is under the direction of Mr. Palmer J. Xlyran. Alto Horns Evans Xeleon. Tom Grit-ner. .4110 Saxophones Pat Kirkland. James Cami-ron. William Uinther. William Xlerx. Tenor 511,111- pliones Ted Kisielt-wski. Tom Jaroch. IIHFFIISXI-011 Flew Hornyak. Jolm Lindsay. William ion Ximi- ing. James Fisher. Stella Hamlvy. Hrlssnon Janet Hilbm-rg. Tubas Jed Curti-. Gene Schmitt. Wal- lavc ireland. Clnrinets Judy llarrt-Itfon. llouula- llorrison, Pat Catee. Carol White. .Xudrf-y Cri-- well. Sharon Peduo, Laura Harbarl. Conniv- Stone, Virginia Lvlilr-r. Robert Pollorli. Judy Miller. Robert Welieter. Robert Raz. Kurt llvir- man. John Blyran. Nancy Bendix, Kar:-n Brown. Row Hakes. Frenrh Horns Marc-ia Coar. John Harris, llanora Waterhouse. Sharon llombrow- fky. Marjorie Hilbe-rg. HHFIVIUIIPS Sandie Laae. Je-rry Xlavivjewski, James Nic-nges. Flulvs Nlarily Hill. Barbara K1-mp, Karon llourley. Lynn lioyd. Trumpets William liavhmann. Dennis Miller. Rob- ert Jay, Karen Shires, James Kriesel, Larry Suliroi-di-r, Ronald Reelz. Paul Jones, Howard Blondie-ntz. Trombones Gene Herrbach, Jam:-S Yernier, Robe-rt Sze-cholda. lion lllavkmond. Nix-k Krueger. Fred Wood, James Robinson, Ross Faris, Toby Hurst, Donald Johnson, Marvin Knoll, David Pavolka, Karen Svendson. OUR PRANCING TWIRLERS and high-stepping drum major add glamor to our football games. Kneeling QL to Rl: Pat Kirkland and Sandy Laas. Standing: Marily Hill, Karen Gourley, Fred Wood, Barbara Kemp and Judy Miller. :GSR 4 0ur own dance band and orchestra entertain us C rhythm for our school dancers enjoyment Dance hand members participate in the Sprm Conce rt and celebrate with a trip to Chtca 0 to hear a bl name band DANCE BAND MEMBERS SAX Bill Merx Dou las g Morrison Pat Kirkland Jim Cameron Ted Ktsielew lu C. Nick Krue er Bob Nzecholda Wallace Ireland falternatel DRUNIQ John Lindsay PIANO AND ARRANGINC Jed Curtis TRUNIPET Dennis Nlrller Bob Jay Howard Nlon dientz BASS Cene Schmitt VOCALISTS Joyce Hen nard Charmaine Freeman Sharon Dombrowsky ORCHESTRA Director Palmer J 'Nlyran lst VIOLINQ 'Nlarllyn Heurmg' Ken Wise' Richard Lindquist' 'tlic hfle Roumell Nlartha Clossenger' 'Nlary Alice Kubik' 2nd VIOLINS Klaus Nlueller Carol Allison Kaaren Beishlme Claire Bonfleld Davonna Coede VIOLAQ Janet Inman John Cleveland CELLOQ Larry Covert' Ellen Frank BASS Gene Herrbach' FLUTE 'Nlarily Hill' Cl XRINETS Qharon Pedue Douglas 'Nlorrison IMSNOON Jed Curtis' TRI 'NIPET William Bachmann Dennis Nllllfr Bob Jay FRENCH HORNS 'llarcia Coar TRONIBONE James Yernier Nick Krueger Ross Fart ' Denotes member hip in the City Qymphony n I 4 1 t . . - i X, 'U f Q Y . F ' QCA! ,V 'KAW .it A. ' 'wx kc' ws . Q15 'f V 2 af, E3 6' ae 35' '- h ' ixxxxx 'X I . X f . 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T 19 I1 1 , 1' - 1 M14 2 1 of . .-XL J f 1 . ,I ' f give-s t " . ' W-1155 ' -' ' . f " " ' ' ' ' '-aug this was - f 111' X1a1'gzQ 11-1 1 are 1 , 1 ' " 1 -1 , ' - ' .' , SAT " ' ' 1- - E J: Y' . S 1 s, R01 ' t 171114. J1-11 Curtis. Nl' - Il1"4'M'Il1!'11 11y t111- Xlarlrigal Sing:-rs ut t11P 11111111111 Spring 11511 5111it11. 11011:-rt 111111-s. llalf- Xlirxfky. Um-orgc Walk:-r, 1 A V ' Y 4 f tr, A ' . ' ' g 1 - 1 I 1-, ' ' 'F ,,1' ' 5, f A -1- , ingsl . VS 5. A ,, . A. . h 511, 3.11.1 1E. 'ella S -- -- ' .' ' f -11 1111--. Q A . 1' H P 1 g ' A 111 ' I 'Ll H. ' gl 1 ' 'S 4 5 . M. C. singers fill the air with. . . music, music, music 9. 9 JR.-SR. CHORUS Inc-inln-fs participating in programs this year include lL to Rl front row: Juliet Thomas, Elaine Hagen, Selma Nadaf. Coral Robbins. Don .-Xzar. ,lufly Pap- ineau. ,Iutly Baines. Carolyn Kuszmaul. Caral Craft. Row 2: Nancy Kunkel, Donna Lee Wisemorc, Marvin Timber- .Q van: . f .. gist as ' I S Ny lake. Janice Res-tl. Karen llolinstatlt, Judy Bootcheck, Terry Wise. Darren Weber, and Elaine Zriny. Row 3: Sally Klos- msky. Sandra Ulrich. Brenda Frierson. Betty Pearson. Ed Peebles. Dennis Hapke. Maris Miller, Charmaine Freeman, Diane Mohamed and Judy Swendsen. A eieiafm. THE SOPHOMORE CHORUS presents two assemblies with the Junior-Senior Chorus each year. Members are lL to R7 front row: Sandra Pochron, Sandra Hoffman, Betty DeVaux, ,loan Blanchard, Clark Matotte, Mike Gardner. Darlene Handlke, Elaine Ivey and Lynne Dingman. Row 2: Margaret Hunerjager, Lynn Meadows, Sandra Sydow. Gloria See-ling. Linda Baugher, Barbara Ennes, Patricia Moore, Jane Fausch, Sue Widmar and Denice Steinhagen. Row 3: Sharon Kabacinski, Bill Tucker, Richard Fowler, Bonny Pace, Clemens Schroll, Melvin Bowmar, Roger Abraham, Larry Chambers, Verdice Brown and Nancy Kubaszczyk. a ' U 4 fl It l N , Q f Fr at-1 and earn 1300 for new robes and transportation -I l- ks' A A L. ua an JR.-SR. CHORUS fcontinuedl members are: Row 1 CL to RI: Judy Olson, Sharon Sadenwater. Helen Haack, Dorothy Kleinhans, Pat Dawson, Karel Millard, Sonjia Butts, Kathleen Johnson and Sharon Boese. Row 2: Marilyn Porterfield, Carlton Wise, Marvin Baugh, Bobbi One of the most popular clubs in school is the Junior-Senior Chorus under the direction of Mr. Edward Wells. Thirty members were honored by an invitation to sing at the South Bend Clinic, for Indiana State Teachers Association. Christmas carols were sung at The Merchantis National Bank. Both Sophomore and Junior-Senior Choruses participated in the All-School Christmas Concert presented at the school. The Christmas Vespers program, presented on Sunday afternoon for the public, was very impressive: at intermission Chorus Boosters. parents of chorus members. served coffee and Christmas cookies. Highlights of the year included the October as- sembly program. the 4-City Clinic at Elkhart. the All-School Festival in February, the May Concert and Commencement. Sophomores sing at baccalaureate services and join the Junior-Senior Chorus on other programs. 6'Weire really proud of our new robes!" say El- ston singers. They should be proudg under the sponsorship of the Chorus Boosters and Mr. Edward Wells, direc- tor, the vocal department of Junior and Senior High Schools sold chocolate bars to their neigh- bors, friends and relatives. A grand total of S1300 was earned for new robes and transportation. Klerriweather, David Quinn, Eileen Meer, Clarence Timber- lake, Robert Uhles and Karla Henry. Row 3: Marilyn Lal-ioeca, Della Joseph, Wanda Herrbach, Karen Hapke, Jed Curtis, Robert Dirks, Donna Lou Benison, Selina ,lean Wistott, Janice Wood and Bette Samuelson. USILENT NIGHT, HOLY NIGHT" could be heard for blocks down Franklin Street as chorus members and Ed- ward Wells's voices, accompanied by Sue Widmar on the electric piano, floated clown from the loudspeaker in front of The Merchant's National Bank, creating a Christmas at- mosphere for yuletide shoppers. Explorers, Sputmks and Vanguard Interest us Our srhool 1 alert to the demand of the hour' Rc uIt of the Iortcr I a Porte Starkc IOUIIIICS Sclence I1a1r proved thus fact when Mlchlfan flty students copped 14- first prlzcs and 3 second prm s III the 32 cate on fair at Valparaiso I nnusltx March 22 Project plannln for tht Xnnual Sclence Falr IQ the mam purposr of the SCIEINIL CI IB sponsored hw Mr Gllbert Dfhne who founded the club ln 1931 Mrs Call Parsons IS Chalrman of the 1965 Mlchl an C113 QLIQIILQ Farr lIVIarch 8h Wmners are eh 1bIe to en ter the R6hlfDH3I Falr at NBIPHIBISO Lnlverslty lMarch 22h Thls IS our fifth year to participate Reglonal Grand PIIZC WIIIIICFS ,Ied Curtis 541 Tom Hess 55 Robert Neuheb O6 Norman Schumacher 38 Tom Hess 08 .IET FUEL QE QTENI YIBRATIOW xnterf- ts 58 REGIONAL SCIENCE FXIR WIN MACHER as Robert INeuI1eb lleftl and Kara Wlke watch fb C ' ... 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V , , W , s . . : Q 1, ' M' s , , - - 45 Better world understanding IS aided by knowledge, 'W lan AIHGIILHII flub has slxty one members who are Slllflllll Spanlsh ruth Mrs Nlar alet Splro as thelr sponsor and Charles Splnnln club pxesldtnt To becomc htttfr acquuntul wlth our nu, bors to lf Soutr ls 10 L ua purpo e to aehlcxe thls oa lan ua e and custom of the people are stuched At the annual Chrlstma n1eet1nU la Pasoda 19 prcsented ln Spanx h am Spanlh carols are sun, iler bualun a 3llSClCLOI'Z1lLfl plnato Ian AIIICTICHII Day Pronraln pre each rear and the May Banquet cul nnnate the Pan AIHCIICHH Year SIFNINL, THE 'NIENIBERSHIP BOOK after formal 1n1I1al1on at their party ln the hhrary are new members QL to RJ Brlan Kuchrk Sue V rn k1 and Chuck Spmnm srl ful' J' of HRS MARGARET SPIRO shows beauuful student made Spanish church to members, Row 1 lseated L to Rl Kar en Knersley, Sharon Harrrgan, Dlane Nlohamed, Sue Wm Skl, Darren Weber and Sara Pugsley Row 2 B111 R1ggS. Wendy Blank, Susle Florent, Darla Schrader, Bonnle Black, if-J Judy Barnes, Judy Krebs and Steve Kottler Row 3 Wendy Renman, Par Dawson, Jerry Tlmbrook, Jerry Bernath, Jrm Swrtzer, Chuck Spmnmg DIXIE Taylor and Sharon Sparks Row 4 Tom Dargxs Date Nlrchaels, NIBTVID Tlmberlake, Bob Ebert, Brran Kuchlk, Kent Gifford and Warren Ashton I I I A V v. 0' ' . . I N 'q D 1 ' 1 IT ' A ' A F . I ff . V -T T D7 , , . 1 , -'Uh ' tl - f l" '. tl , 'llls s: "Ve ', g l sw P? . 51. 51 - S ' f ve, h A y N A . N . L. . l , ' .. . ' T .U e Us -' sf' - 1 1 sd s V g R E 1 5 'S - . - r li ,- Lin ,.. J ' , U , , l , 5 QM E sented by SP3Il1Sl1 students 111 Aprll " lf 'ilvlf S - f , - . X 3 ,,,1- e , ul ' rx, . , ., , .X 'QM .,. . v- E V 4 A H Q 4 1 7 , . S . . . . g- 4. , f - J ' ,JAX 2 f A 'K x 'L . X I :Q 7, W J 9 1 1 Q hi 1 .1 4 4 ' 'N ' K f J 'W xy 1' 70, If . , X , 1 , on A . lg ' 'T A, . X 46 languages and customs of all the other countries lllww lp-,,,, ' Wvorking tn shuw that Latin isn't a it dead language. the members of Soeii l.atini have an active year. Miss Ber- nice Henry. sponsor. helps the group live up to its motto, 'Labor Omnia Yineitq lhlork Cnnquers Alll. while trying to prmnnte understanding and interest in the Rmnans. Feasting on Caesar's salad, wine lgrape juicel and chicken, the Romans of Latin Club celebrate their annual Roman Banquet, the highlight of the year. The typical Roman menu is served by slaves, first year students. Entertainment and awarding of prizes for the most authentic Roman costumes complete the evenln ln Rome NI-XKVVC PROJECTS for the annual Latin exhibit held ln 'llarch are Latin Club mc m bers lL to RJ Gerry Sou les Pre ident John Harrls and Claire Bonfield Fro- LXTIN CLLB NIFNIBERN in tola lL to Rl Nlartlelle ar Kc mp karen li Uflllfllfl' R vs 1 l Inn .1 Hoffman Lhri til ll an h muth Juflx Ohfrlinlt C lam lion fir l Roberta Ke ppt rt Nttlla Nlmnialft Row 2 Donna Xolls Pat John ton Donna Nllller Darlfne 'Nmalt han n a ar lu barn Nou lex ll th follin Row fl laul 0 ,if thunk Hel e Plnlli 'Nowak 'Nadine Fowler Que Hedrick lohl Row 1 Tom Txrrcll Prul lavslalt Nlarilsnn Nhep pa r on lwnnt anL ID lim one W allaee lr' lantl Ronall Nlxll'lll0Ill Nli lie-rnue Hnnrx Row 1 john llentlu Bruno x a ohn Xe ner Robert 'Nrulieb 'Nuk kruc tr or trt llirlt John llarrl A sc I ' g ' 71. - e 4 if s j, s' X. i , ' A 1' O' V , 0' Vg J: V , Q1 , F , V 4, 4 --I 'N Q Q .. 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' 's. -if 0 M Jobs are varled, F B L A study husmess -ml. - OFFlCE NIESQENGERS sponsored by Mrs .lune Zeldler lnclude lL to Rl Row l Sue SKICIKOWQKI ,IEIIIICC Reed Coral Robhms Melanle Koury Harriett Wrxght Nancy FUTURE BUSINESS l F XDER5 OF AMERICA hear local busmess people anrl turlv Cll0lCl" of bu mess OCFUUHIIOHS Row 1 lL to Rl Tony Gralxk Karen Couch Jamce Sow ards Carol Hendeles Row 2 JOSIC Coberly Lllll Colller hmafwi. mu. 1 Crxeush 'Nlarllyn Whlnnen Norma Holoway Selma WlSt hoff Row 2 Pat Petrl Qvandy Shank Kathy Trask Karen Tra k Bonnle Landes ,lackle Was 0 and bandee Elllson Qharon Dombrowsky Kalherme Steele Pat Klrklancl Alta Nlae Colwell Row 3 N11 G Helen Hall Karen Woss Nancy Hall Plnllp Conaway Mar aret Pllskl Marilyn Porlerfield Nlr 1n1a Volstorf Joyce Nlajor Karen Bohnstadt its l I l I I I I I I .V ,M M.. 1 4 Q f 1 V I . ., .X Q ,X . WL 5,5 Z: 1 Y I P ' x 'R .y ' r h I k di , 1 ' ' TX A T ' Y . 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I 4 Z5 , K A 1 za 4-8 A V A serves us, Forum debates current topics XX is RXLPH WILLI MIN Inmon irate the r of th: projec or I or 9 L ntxrr-1 1 r vs eat rl Rl Xrmlc-Il I nel lex and New Iolll Hom 2 'Nlarrlelle Son DENNIS LX ON rlrne hom: a porn! lo Forum IHCITIIJCI' ated at table 4l 0 P F1 1 n n Nl nn Nose-ro lu- and Ralph Wllllams Row 1 .Inrrw Rohn ,Iuds OI en Nlarv Ol QII Row 2 XIHFIINII Vhhxnne n hare-n A it W ei? ffyz 'X at 1 .r 'U ner Wallau Ire-lannl Eclvsm Black and Ronald Qlurmont Row 3 1 Xandm I Paul Ol on Ron Rrocnmg Clemens Schroll Richard Neerlorf and Knnneth bathe Men on Jdlllf' Ren-:I Row 3 Lorramc Rohn Jurly Qwen fn Nanfls l rt ham Row 4 btor e Nlorlartw Ann ,Iarus Barbara Rue Row .3 'Slr Ro er Dona llue spon or Jed fllfll 'Nlarjorle John on Bob N?Ull6lJ IJ l I I I ,.-v4 1 s I . I 8 , 1 x ' lc- , f- : Y e 1 .N f,,L' - , . X f f f , ' e A ' Q ,Q Il , I n w , h , ,- . ,l,'ll .IP . . -"V Lk, K. I ' .fs "'," It Q Q, 5 ' HZ ol NZ V -9 ,X ik ff? -3,-45. - r I I I r , , X V. 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PEDESTRI RW QXFETX 1 the topxc of d1scu 1on at tl11 Ntue Hurt ,lerrs lJolpl1 Ron Kroenm ,lack Lmdenmewer meetlng of the TRNFFIC DIN IQlOlN Wnh mcrea ecl on Tom P1 l1kur fharle Thoma Henrv Schultz Jerry rollment tratlic problem are be-comm more serlou Nlfm Pxotrows k1 D1ck Bartel Br1an lence WI1ke Nloore and bers are Ron Newton .lohn Nlurphy Ed Stork Don Flw Frul Bartel Nlr Nlax Croft pon ors the or an1Lat1on 'l .M-"il PACKING GIFT BOXFN and makln crap book are 4L to Rl are ,laik Knlola Qtella 'NI1L1n1ak F81l Cochran two of the mam wortl1ul11lf- project of our h1gh thool ,lavk F1 hbaclwr Xnn larsl Qanrlee l,lr1ch and Tom Qmnh chapter of JLNIOR REU LROSN Yeats-cl front rom tl. to Nlr Jeannette lrquhart I tanmlm P 1 facultw ,Jon or for R7 are Jael-ue 'Nlaxr-r and Hob Hu-r Neated econcl rom our lunlor Rul Cro 30 ' x j f " ' '11 ' 1 l, . , z 4 ,X - 1 , 1 3 . , , , 1 1 . ,Aa ' . I f yark - gnu V Nkxk X I . , ....--'l.... f 11 -1 "5 ' ' ss' 's . 'V , 'g. ' ' '. ' . 7 1 l. 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Lok Wilma I'x ber Nandee Lyone and Karin Cour and Jackie Fontana Mrs Florence Kelly IS epon or PUNT QPOTS Row 1 l cated L to Rl Tom PI'INlJWllTl and Que Wltte Qtandmg lL to Rl Barbara Abraham lu laullm F llu Judl Xbrabam and Su an Nlark Row ferry Nou lex Karen Reed Karen Courley Vary Alice 2 ll to Rl lxalbw Hmcbman Janet Hxlbnr Nlarjorxc H11 Kubllr Jeannie Nou les Hank Scholl Gary Dol on N11 s ber Nbaron Nada-nwaler Doretta W atlun Judy Nwnd en Wllma Commer poneor Qandee Lyons ol I I I I I I v" "' J '47 1 fe 'J . 7 I . I f ' 1 . . EQ- V ' O ,,,- , N? " K I' ' - r ' - . ' . . ' . , : l , 1 , A 5 g g a - . g .. a , . g ". - . a.. f' - : A ' , , , r , "? ' 'S, . . 5, ' . 5, , , ., , , ' - ' 1, s ,a ' ' ' - ' . . r 5 . X Y, J .' , 'K . s ' S- f - '. I Ky, , , f" ' ' I , . 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Dedicated service and Christian ideals are the aims DON YOUD BETTER make that bigger sugge ts John Bentley H1Y pre ldent as the boys work on decorations for dance ponsored jolntly wlth Q8 Tr1H1Y Boys here are Don Groch Norm Dabagra Dan Urban kt and John Bentley tl IX J o t r mo u 1 c I rea e malntaln and extend throuffh out the COIT'lIHl1I1ll1X hlgh standards of fhrlstlan rharac er Qponsore d by 'Vlr P11 rp cyllllll and undt r the direction of John Bentley president the members worked on sexeral projects throuvhout the wear Amon these were Chrlstmas ba ltets Polio Drlxe Heart Fund Drne and record hops But lt wasn t all work' H1 Y members enjoyed the use of tht Y pool and recreatlon rooms for one nl ht each month At the meetmffs we frequently had mllltary crurters pollcemen and pro fesslonal men g,ne lectures on their careers We also saw moues from the yarslty foot ball and basketball games 7' 'F' be 4 l I uqq Y-f HI Y NIENIBERQ pictured are lL to RJ Row 1 Wrlllam Riggs Daye Look tcorge Rogers Howard Wittenberg Patrlck Saturday James Belklewltz and Charle Nloore Row 2 Jack Herbert Fred Blr mer Dave Nllchael Wil bam Manning Robert Chapala Wayne Nlan on .lerrv Brown 4NecJ and Norman Dabagla lTrea J Row 3 Brian Kuchxk William Carla le Dale Coede Richard H1 g Q' 'J I Dennls 'Nowfel Don Blackmond Hike Surns Charles Wood and john Rentlev ll-'rest Row 4 Dan Lrban kl ,lames Cros Randy Gumn Robert John on Don Croch Phil Ntorey bars Baker .lame lNowero ke and ,Iohn Nlurphv Rom :J Ron Wachow kr ,lack Butt Tlm Rexel el Robert Ebert Dare Kocher Ed Peeble Joe Ryblckl Denm Baker and Tom Nlartm A If 'inf' u t In-i tto. r- l the lll-Y f.l l ltd " N t . . 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' , S, 1' ' ', , S , , 3 S, S . . 52 Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y's as they work hard for others Tri-Hi-Y. a high school club affiliated with the YMCA, 1' il? 5- st '57, nl. works to "Crt-ate. maintain. and extend Christian ideals throughout the home. school and community" through the word "service". Active in community proj- ects, the club works for the Polio Drive. lleart Fund and Easter Lily Drive. Wie help by giving Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets to needy families and share our hearts with an Hadoptedu orphan. Splash parties, record dances and informal parties are en- joyed, too. Additional responsibilities for the senior girls and spon- sor, Miss Lois Cartner. are in- itiation of new members. plan- ning the Mother's Day Tea, and setting an example for the "WILL YOU PLEASE snip this. Jean?" asks Marily Hill as '58 Tri-Hi-Y's busily wrap Christmas gifts for needy families. Working on this project are Wanda Herrbach, Marily Hill, Judi Crawford, Sharon Himm and Jean Johansen. '59 and '60 Tri-Hi-Y girls to follow. 'ii '58 TRI-HI-Y members who work on many worthwhile projects during the year are lL to RJ Row 1: Barbara Abraham, Jeanne Blanchard, Lorraine Kohn, Sue Ann Lin- deman, Sharon Roark, Suzy Ferguson, Janet Cole, Maryann Roberts and Susie Skierkowski. Row 2: Susan Przybylinski, Karen Woss, Sandra Anderson, Judy Tough, Gerry Schwest- ka, Judy Olson, Barbara Cralik, Roberta Reppert, Barbara UC 7 ss. 'hf Tuel and Winifred Thompson. Row 3: Donna Scott, Char- lene Hoffman, Margaret Milbum, Sharon Dombrowsky, Kathryn Steele, Renetta Pawlik, Joyce Casaway, Carolyn Parker, Ann Jarvis, Sandy Flotow, Barb Savinski and Nancy Crievish. Row 4: Jayne Kneller, Joan Bonfxeld, Sandee Ellison, Marlene Wenclaif, Dolores Mazuchowski, Irene Levendouski and Chris Marszalek. To create and mamtam hugh standards of Chrlstlan 14 Q Welfare IS the mam project of the 59 Trl H1 Y wlth Mrs M L Ferguson as sponsor Helpmg needy famrlles wlth baskets of grocerles and glfts for the chll dren at Thanksglvlng and Chrlst mas was only one of the many projects carrled out by the jun lor glrls Two dances after games were sponsored sharmg one wlth the 60 Trl H1 Y Plannlng Buble readlngs was another project of thls year A social project was the suc cessful Chrrstmas party for all members of Trl H1 Y Attewdmg ofllcers tralnmv at Camp Tecumseh ln August were Marlanne Blank presldent Mary Dmgler, vlce presldent Kay Chubb, treasurer and Sara Pugsley chaplam DECORATING A CHRISTMAS TREE for a poor famlly are 59 mem bers QL to RJ Marlanne Blank Kay Conaway Sara Pugsley Mary Dmgler and Susan Chubb 36 vf 3146 Y 59 TRI HI Y Row 1 IL to R seated? Carol Wentland .lean Frehse Clalre Bonlleld Mananne Blank Mary Dmg ler Kay Conaway Susan Chubb Sara Pugsley Llnda Hoff man Row 2 Karen Curry Barb Krlesel Phyllxs Marsh Nancy Dmgler Penny Meyer Patty Bacon Karen Flscb Karen Courley, Dlane WSl8kl Row 3 Judy Paplneau, Ruth Kleper, ,ludl Abraham, Gerry Sousley, ,lackre Mlkulskl Kar "hw 7 en Fraley Della Joseph Amta Hughes Dlane Kulakowskl and Barb Kemp Row 4 Karen Kmesley janet Kanger Janice Prlk Ladonna Boguslawslu Teresa Novak Mary Grlng Patty Haack Lourse Dabagla Judy Krebs and Bette Samuelson Row 5 Pat Granackr Judy Machacek Sandra Lyons, 'Elame Zrmy, Marllyn Shepperson, Clona Glberson, Karen Strang Karen Marks, Sondra Werss, Sandi .losch I I I I I 1 , . . . W j 4 S b- . . j. gif 'T ' ' 1 f as I A ' - 'ffl ' S . 1 8 1, V . , . . . L j i , . . , . . . . 9. 1- , K : LW' 0" , ,':-Q0 3 . ' ' ,' . . ' s, s 1 U 4' L ' 3 ' f' 4 , " - - . 7 9 Z Z ' K 1. N Conaway, secretaryg Susan all . ' lr f 1 ' 1 I V 1 . ,M A A , - - ,'.,7-ed 'V 1 1 , 'Q A FJ. I JF. n- W Q W L- I .5 6 4 1 1, A 6 ., . - .pf T' .1 F .Z- fuel' A -f HM .1 f 3 9 Qt . 1+ +1 i K G I "' an . , 1 j y 4 A ,. S 7 , . I ' .L nf D x 1 v v ' 5 Xl ! Q, 4 l rg f. W X' XT I' - N , ' ' - I 1 I : I 9 9 9 . . 1 ' I 7 1 9 . U . I I 7 l . 7 I ' I : ! U Y 7 9 I 7 ' I Q Q , , w , ' : I , 1 'Q 1 ' 1 ' character i ENJOYING CHRISTMAS TOYS before delivery to a needy family are: KL to RJ Pat Petri, Jean Fox, Karen Shires, Jane Killingbeck and Judy Rudnick. Q o s Q ' ' ' Q J , .. vi ,. K . H. at - t .st 'T ' .s Q -fr- , J ,, I ' s' ' , 3. 53" ,. 4, G A a 6 ' Sw V V. . v. I L Q Q 5 , F '60 Tri-Hi-Y. Row 1 lL to RJ : Judy Rudnick, Muriel Ver- nick, Linda Bormaster, Phyllis Bonfield, Janet Benowitz, Sharon Morgan. Sandie Hathoot, Barbara Bacon, Tara Jan- ecek. Row 2: Kathy Trask, Caroline Gralik, Denice Stein- hagen, Betty Cralik, Carol Applequist, Sue Widmar, Jean Fox, Rose Wozniak, Janice Schroeder, Jean Tietzer, Pat Gillum. Row 3: Sandy Robbins. Pat Petri, Jane Killing- beck, Sue Ann Wendt, Karen Shires, Sandy Pepple, Maur- ,OCS is our Tri-Hi-Y purpose at all times Busy sophomore Tri-Hi-Y'ers truly lived up to their motto during the '37-'53 year. Two after-game dances were sponsored. and Thanks- giving baskets were filled for needy families. Al Christmas time they chose a family with small children to cheer with toys, clothing and food. They also participated in the various welfare drives. Al their regular meetings they en- joyed business sessions, project work and socializing. Camp 'l'ecumseh was the meeting place for a two-day conference for Tri-lli-Y and lli-Y members in the fall. Members attending: were Sand- ee lillison and 'Nflary Dingler, sen- iors: Marianne Blank and Kay Con- away. juniors: and Jane Killing- beck. sophomore. Ofhcers were Jane Killingbeck, president: Pat Petri, vice president: Judy Rudnick, secretary: Karen Shires, treasurer: and Jean Fox, chaplain. With their sponsor, Mrs. June Zeidler, the girls plan to see a play in Chicago in May. 'K een Freese, Beverly Adler, Sandra lmbiorski, Carol Samp- son, Karen Svendsen. Row 4: Karen Switzer. Sandra Poch- ron, Linda Baugher, Barbara Witowski, Jeanette Sobkowiak, Elaine Ivey, Mary Wozniak, Judi Josch, Margaret Huner- jager, Kathie Hinchman, Sue Janoski. Row 5: Shirley Kuchik, Marilou Black, Karen Wilson, Sue Schumaker, Georgia Shebel, Karen Reed, Janet Savinski. Marjorie Mil- berg, Janet Hilberg, Joan Kobos, Pat Klosinski. Efficient Hall Patrol serves us without fanfare we fn fl BLT X OU KNOW xou cant come 1n u a a ay ha a trol llruce LeRoy to llaxe llpptn un mr 4 Q rw 1 KFEP MOVINC' is famllxar to students as they pass through the halls Hall Patrol members Row 1 lL to Rl Swendsen Alger Wulmar Tlmm Croch Hlgg Nlertweath er Lyon Cralrk Dans Row 2 Wllchael Rnggs Ol en 'Nu hols Blair Fargher Hlgg Baker Kozlow kr Kaz mucha Kottler and 'Nlr George lrgang Row 3 Nlerrxman li- Coldman Rogers Armstrong Chapala Morrison Jones Foldenauer Timberlake Llppens Blrssmer Row 4 Feld meter Durnal Kwratkowskl Mork Neul1eb.LeVme Black mond Krueger Flotow 'Vlessner Selke Smith Row 5 Crnpe Schultz Grfford Chapala Schomaker Wise Butts Bandurslu Ebert Johnson LeRoy Sadlow kt Schoch ,S . Y 1. . Y 7 A ' witlto t h ll pass!" s s ll p - .. 4' .S j . l . CJ , , . . -. J., .5 lr 'NL 7 N fc V' ' ft' ' ret K' . if '4 " N Pl -- .,- - w g rw , ,Y .,,, A,- L Y ,, ,f 0. - - , 1- , -.1 J ,u .6 ' 4 1,41 4, H 1- ' H - J V 1- -5 L H W A ' , .. v A V - ' '. 4 '-.I , -1 -Y . .. H- .3 ." M Y ,, . ., . A I L ' Y 7 9 Y A 1 9 7 . n : , , , , . Z - A' V 9 Y I Y V 1 S1.A ' - 9 Y I 7 U ' I ' . , p. ' : . S. M. S, . . , , . Y , - 2 A T , . V v 5- - 5 n ' w - v s - v Q Y A . . :A , Y Y M , Y S , . 36 Our Student Council sponsors exchange student 'ffl lp! SG Y .1 y or , x.. ., a e,,,Z if is J., Wlllwwg.. STUDENT COUNCIL. co-operative government, sponsored Row 3 lstandingl: Kaufman, Wisemore, Krebs, Adler, by Miss Dorothea Wolfe lseated front, L to Rl Fisher, Hat- Reed. Inman. Janoski, Sparks, Svendsen, Fraser. Row 4 hoot. Roberts, Winski. Mohamed. Kottler. Row 2 lseated fstandingl: Dabagia, Siegmund, Cameron, Matotte, Fritz, back of tablel 1 Gring, Darman, Higgs, Ackil, Wike, Frehse. Pace, Saturnus, Thompson, Baker, Fritz. Q- .-f!-QL- Y Y FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENTS are uppermost in the minds of com- mittee members IL to Rl Mr. M. L. Knapp, Miss Dorothea Wolfe, Mrs. Edward Hill, committee chairman and Janet Inman. Helping the student council will be an adult committee. Local organizations will give hnan- cial support for this worthwhile project undertaken by the student council. 57 Recognized as a fine example of stu- dent government, the Student Council of M. C. High acts as a "go-between" for students, faculty and administration. Representatives are chosen at the be- ginning of each semester, with each homeroom electing a representative and an alternate. The representatives in turn elect the council officers. Charles Higgs, Tom Darman and Judi Ackil served as president, vice-president and secretary. Under the leadership of Miss Doro- thea Wolfe, council members solved var- ious problems during the school year, helped make career day a success and served as library and study hall moni- tors. The added responsibility of secur- ing an exchange student thru the Amer- ican Field Service entailed earning a great share of the money and organiz- ing a committee which will function in the future to secure financial aid. Ruth Crinrod, a student from Drobak, Norway, was sponsored'by the class of '57 and lived with the Edward Hill fam- ily. Hard-working, active Monitors render efficient ser BLT SHE DIDN T ne me a hall pleads Phslll Poslock to hall monitor Daud Hxllwer Her excuse did not work she had to return for a pa s G95 i HALL MONITORS supervised by Mr James Belden are Row 1 fseated L to Ri Olmstead Johnson Curry Hughes Hoffman Lewis Mayer Schrader Fxsch Blank Durham and Amtstrong Row 2 Anderson Colwell Stolze Arnold Schultz Bxelskt Comer Hathoot Dabagxa Wilson Samuelson Montgomery Walker Row 3 Sadowskx Sat .CDCDTQQD PP. "' urday Hedrick Savm k1 Pace Forney Wlencek Spinning Bernath Hudson Lopp Taylor Krebs Row 4 Butts Pepple Haack Enyeart tlberg Jarrett Nlerlweather Vol storf 'Nleer Selke Baker Switzer Dems Krengel Row 5 Curtls Schomaker Free e lNoweroske Crlpe Storey LeRoy Haught 'Harsh Gifford Koztolek Johnson Fritz Pollock . f as 7 's U-W N., . U pass!" ' s ' - ' f . l s . A I ,V Q V , , ' ' , Y-va 1 lv M 55 ' , Q, ' f ft ,,, I Q - ml g 'M - Q ' ,V ,Q gl, .s Tf ' v K v if 4 . V . N LW . ws. ef C . ,. ,, -f 4 6 4 K af ' ' , ' 'Z ' w I f -- t ' 1. at S if 5 4 A 1 P ' K i ' -1 9 ,fidxi ,X ,,. - , , . A s Q iv. N .1-N QV, A ' ' T ' f - f ' 1 , , v X ' -.. - A .1 N . V. . '. N . ,. . . A A9 ' V 1 y 3 1 I 9 1 ! 5 y y y y 4 v ' - - 3 9 , , V A , . , , . . ' , H . , 1 , - - 5 v . y v 1 i w v , v - I , , . , v v 1 i , 5 v ' ' - y v , y 1 - 3 , ' y 1 ' y v y , , . 08 In our crowded halls, Ilbraly and study hall QS' RC QTUDX HAIL 'NIONITORS Qupervl ed by Mme Dorothea Wolfc are Row 1 lL to Rl De nms Nowfel Darlene Swan on Janet Inman Wmlfrul Thomp on Qbaron Roark bara Rude Xrlene Rou h Renctta Pavlllk Fall Cochran Patrltta Rlumtnfeld and Sally 'llartln Row 3 Kartn Rutl l C, 4'4- Sharon Rttter Txm Armetrong Donna Wtsemore Judy Fm my ,loyce Peters and Karen Hapke Row 4 Cbrlstene 'Nlarazalek Ralph Hardacker Bob Chapala Carlton Wxse Row a Jerry Crlpe Je se 'llenweather Jack Butts. Bruce Bandur kt Bob qchaumann Charley HlggS and Joe Ryblckl STLDX HALL MONITOR Carl ton W1 e hae a blg re pon llJllllV at the desk tn our crowded tutly la In the background 15 a hu e mural pamtul by the late Robert Grafton vudelv known mural: t and por tralt pamter The act ne deplctf the ewerytlaw ac UVIIIEQ of our local harbor about the wear 1840 sbowm the Indians brxngtng baskets and blankets for trade and barter 'F F ..-.f-1' ix I l l , V - 9 - ,Ja ' C . f - f at xi Q -' 4 ' v 4 - ff M, . ' I x I ' f .- Q, " s I l .1. K 1 o 4 - g X - .., Q , 5' 6 ' l . F Eff ' " v- W, , 51 l. 4" ' if 1 - - l g, Q- 1 S 5- 2 1- l 8 -, Lf Y Q, P , . my X Q' A Q A 5+ - . I "L 'I A -Q. I ' :Q Q 'f fi W-.U XXX. .1 " 4 Y , 1. o . e rf LV 4 Y I A A, Sw . H . , . A N , . Y l .- 2 , : ' , - L - ' , . : S . 'H . j S . - ' U ' , 1 5 , U . . W , Kathy bteele and Lanny Hllberg. Row 2: Ann Jarvrs, liar- Robert L. Smith, Don Blackmond and Mary Jane Turner. ' . 1 . s . - - ' ', , ' ' - ' , ': ' , s , ' , . . Q A. '. ,: .. S1 L Y ' ' ', E iw fxr , R 2. g 5. ' H N t LW 4 X . A 3 JJ r it N xv yy- I' l 31 S, - S S ' , y y A ' Q . ,- ' 5 Y ' l ll. D A I 1 . L g V --- ---A ,- , ,- -. -5 D M, -M, i f-,' Bam -- V -. , "V , W X ' L- ' . 1 'Ely is 59 Sound buslness prlnclples learned as students earn 3' M-s 'ww 1 X-,,. Jig' X A-Q S bk k St ndm Helen Lalluke STUDENT STORE workers sell school upplxes to students Colllns and Jeanette 0 owla a g and faculty mornmgs and at noontrme profits pay for as Manly Mllcarek 'Nlr Elmer Mlllbranth Carol Lmdborg M b 1 t d L to RJ Beth W1lmaF1sher Charlotte Condeck .lanet Savmskl W--.-'Q CANTEEIN WORKERS superu ed bv Wir Cordon Rohr on serve us durmg both lunch hours and after chool 'Nlembers are fseated f nt L to Rl Carolyn 'Nllller 'Nlaureen Freese Prrscxlla Tonlazzo Bexerlw kdler and Edna Storey Heated back? Xlckle Agemy Nlarw Lee Bxg er taff Carol 11' H' --au.. Rune' :WT "1-en Lmdborg ,lane Klllmgbefk Ellzabeth Frsher and Sandy Doollltle Standm Glenda Creenmg Alrce F1 her Llnda Burns Jlll Cochran Sally Ballard Sandle Ram ay Judy Lu comb Bob Hwer Carol Froehlke Betty Dex aux Beyer ly Swdow Wllma F1 her and Duck Falk I l l e ., Y f 'v 9 ' V X 'V V ,si e . , I Y ' fy , Q 1 XXX f S I K ' 1 , E 71' 3 La A l 2:1 is A H W 4 se if W k W , ,S an 1 k g 5 ' ' .N ' . - l 3 v v ' ' 4 :- ' ' , A . ' v . u 1 sembly programs. em ers are sea e , 2 ' ' , , ' - '01, vu sw 4 .rr W , f f 15 "' , A . s ,f lf of W - N, f V 4 wwe' "' 14 3 -sf, f -1 ' Y 1 ' ' N .4 3. ' l 5 ' Mfr' L V X Q x Q Ji 5, :. ' " 154' , .W L I xx A f W K ,S 1 A A .S 5 . w . . Y . . ' s ,. A . .f 'gz ' . . ' 's , ' ro . 2 j .' , . , ' . Q j , Q ' s , 1 S , ' . ' ,' - -. 5 . ,' . . , ' ' , Z H ' . '. . ,' ' g- . , M 'S ' . 60 money for prom, assemblies and the semor affairs o 1p1n 'it Ill 1 lr :ro 1 ,ann Hlllllll unl lx t NIU I HT If Kplll 1r1 am o lL UNIII 1 ar mare 1 111 tle 1 sa o unc o trx 1 Nt 1 11 m1r1 than the jun of pa t sears -X better than la t rear prom 1 the product of thelr hard work lonce roneers are ablx mana ed bw thelr pon or Nlr C Delos Lonzo who keeps the ,roup ss orkln 6lflf,l9IlllX at all the home ame Responslble for ohtalmn money for as em hhes are the Ntudrnt Ntore xsorlcc re a newlx 1 r Lanlzed roup headul hs Nlr Elmer Mllbranth a rd the Canteen ulded ln 'Nlr L ordon Rlblll son The student hu-mrs cs are 1 pen before and aft1r chool a11d durln thf llllllll hour Seruce vslth a frrendls Qlllllt' 1 thelr speclalty Bot roups do a reat seruce for the stu lIllN mx sellln 1 11 upplu candw anc 1ce 1r1an1 they an al o rcsponsllrle for proudln Qtudents who partxupate ln these actlutles ,qaln warred QXPCFIEIICP 1n salesmanshlp and buslness operatlon ther aleo develop good character tra1tQ THIRQTY FOOTBALL FXNS Karen KIIPI lev an1l Qu IC Wm kr appreclate CYWICC rendered bv JUHIOIS Llewellyn Nlrller and Ceorge Ro er In the back round are Barbara -Xbraham and B111 John on p nf-Y' 54" FOOTBXLLBXQKETBALL COINCESSIONS are dlrected br Q Delo Lonzo Howl Nchmck Lrwga 01 on Pan 1cc1a Ro er Neulreb Spmnmg -Xnkonv Bernath Nlarkel Qmtzer Larter Row 2 Oberlmk Wentland Shank Harrn gan Knexlev Dau Bootcheck Fra-he Niever Bacon 'Ada xflill Frxer on 'Nlohamed Henrw Row .5 F1 her lkulakow kr Parcel fondeck John on Dm ler Craft Brewer Beach Baron NI1ller Blank Bonheld Weed bardl ner Haack Wm lu Lonawaw Shrkany Hoffman Row 4 D 'N PN H500-:Q 510 0Ha1r Lvon Currv Krlesel Chubb Brmk Sadenwater Sherrrll Daw on Wrtow kr Ro 011k Bertholl Robbm Black Write Hathoot Hughe Waterhou e Lonzo ROWS Shrader Pug lev Paplneau Grnng ,lanz Kreper Tolar kr franaclcr Reltman Clement Brwant Bem on Xbraham Vlel Dabagra Weber Noulew Weller Wolford Tavlor Row 6 Wnght Florent Grxffin Daba 1a Qadlow lu Rerch el Dargl Hlgg Nleer 'lie ner KUChlk Bohnsladt Hand 11n Bancroft beraghly F1 ch ,lo eph 61 I I I NI 1 ' gg swe. fro rl 1-' 1 rs at the U' 's. alnl' ' S 'or f.-otlrall and has 'c lvall A- 1' 1 '-ssior sw lc' S yell. "Pr ' rnf' . . . "11-1' 1 -' 1" . . . "ll ca-l1ola1" in Tl - foll " 5: dan' ue he. 11 . 5 1 vol 'es .1 1 fro l sr f'Ilf'l'gIt'llC and 111-'1 1' Ill't'SSll x1-rs. wh ,'1-a'h -ear tl 5?l 1 1 ' iors ' ,X .5 ' -. , '- it ' 1 ' ' '. 1 ss' L ' - - ' - Q1 " ' 5 s . 1 . 1. 1 . " ' U 'V . 0' " ' F . rr 5- , Lf- ' MI . Q , ' ' fr ' .S - 4 v w 'v P 1 I . , -, - - ' 1 -. ' ' 1 - 1 ' cr H ' ' ' M' 4 F1 . n I A . 1 1 ! 1 . g ' 1 . 1 ' K . . . 3' 1 1 Q ' rr 1 ' S " ' " . ' . . If . ' . ' 1 11 2 .1 sr " at " -n - ,, 1 d ' S I-' . g 5 'hill F xg., ' JY I , ' ' s s 5 Y' s 5 sb- k' -1 1' ' g K more and better programs. Q Y . ' A . 1 5 M 5 M A I Av: .S I L S. 1. S . k N V 1 U, k . S V. 1 1 . , , A. 1 ' '-. g S. 'g 1 ' s . AQ' f U' M -X - ' .1 -f f' ' --.- - . ' ' 5 Q ' , 1 'Q ' 1 A 1 Q 1 Y .C 1 1 ' N ,, 1 e 'e Q 1 a e 1 1 ' ,gr 1 A f - s 1 11 - . ' ', 1 ' - v x 'x 1 - " , '1 ' . r X 1 Y . , - ' . Q ' ' . 1 l 1 W , Q X - 6 4 4 ' ,I s. gg' 1 ' ' "' , .PA 4 ,. ,, . 5 v . H I ., , 1' , 5 . ' - Q 15 , 'S , S , , 5, ' - H S. . ' , e ' ' . 1 ,. , . , . " . . s. ' s . . 1 - E 'S 1 -S.. , , .. 1 . , KS. 5 , 1- , 1' ' . Q , . . ' Z 'S , ' 'ss, 4' , , S ' , , 4 . . ' . S . ' ,', - , . I , . ', s , 5 . f I - O , ' ' E 'j W, wif , -mi M1 Q, I f ff. ,, 3, JK guy' N5-i3 ,, . fab ,J 4... x- ' Tri, f8?f,,..,n A ' 3 ,- ., " ' 4t"'wf"7f' ' 2' ' ,- , L ,, M., . , f 'M qw,- -Xg gm. f", 31.4 ... , I-,nic ll, V+' ' '-f,euQ'..'k w A , -V f rl 1,6 1 1 a 'A'xl-Ti ft!! 1" ll ,-I, :tmp ,,,A,,, is .11 A' ,,1.,.'H 'W 03--v-121' 4 4 1 .A 654 ' 5. A I ., Q ,- x Q at - f my V s 3-x 15' 'vii' p I Sports in City's athletes fight hard from the first touch- down in the fall until the last slide for home plate in the spring. We know sports are important in de- veloping qualities of leadership and good sports- manship. Sometimes we are defeated. but always the same spirit prevails. This City spirit is our heritage, and. whether we meet the rival on the field or cheer our boys from the sidelines, it will forever he part of OUR LIFE. FOUR OF THE TOUCHEST young men in Northern Indi- ana High School Conference make up the center of our line . . . lL to RP Charlie Stollze, right guard, JERRY CRIPE, AP ALL-STATE CENTER, Ralph Hardacker, left guard and Phil Freese, quarterback. City's fighting Red Devils, facing five of the Our Red lit-vils mnlt-tl into one of tln- toughest footlsall scliedules of any lndiana high school teain this year. llaving lo lace all four of the eternally strong South Bend teams of Riley. gitlznns. Central and Washington. the rc-vengeful lialjorte squad. and the tough Elkhart grifltlers. is not considered an easy joln in the Northern lnrliana lligh School Confer- ence. The opening game at lAF.'XYliTTli ,ll'lFFl'1BSUN resulted in a Devil vietory st-ore of 19-13. Trap blocking in the line and a sparkling 97 yard pass interception runlwaek by Nlatt Jarrett. that gave Michigan City 6 points. highlighted a smashing game. -Xt SOPTH Bl'iN11. the flu-weakened City grid- ders were upset ln 1Y:X5lllNCTUY. is hen the op- ponentis big line. headed by 230 pound all-con- ference Fate Echols. refused to budge. Devils lost 13-0. The powerful CPQNTBA1, BEARS. ranked the No. l team in the state. defeated the Devils 33-6 at Ames l"ield by conilmining superb running and passing and showing a fine example of downfield blocking. GANG TACKLING Hammond Noll's fullback on an off- tackle play are Bob Johnson 1531, Jerry Cripe 4371 and Dave Ellison 14-31, as Matt Jarrett 4311 and Bill Manning 1321 move in. Aggressive play helped all season. f, .1 ,H ,us - -..' si-'x Row 1 YL to R1 are student managers C. Spinning, L. Hart- man and S. Kottler. Row 2: C. Koziolek, C. Stolze, M. Jar- rett, B. Manning, P. Freese, R. Wachowski, C. Higgs, .1 Cripe, D. Ellison, R. Hardacker, J. Cross, B. Chapala, B. X x If 1 Y x teams in Indiana, surprise conference leaders r U , - 4 as M 'BBPERLHI3' 3 1 Johnson, J. Hunt, D. Morrison. Row 3: B. Fritz, M. Timber- lake, C. Wise, D. Urbanski, R. Sterne, L. Shank, F. Levine, S. Pohl, J. Rybicki, R. Gumns. B. Ebert, D. Croch, G. Hut- son, J. Messner, J. Carlton, L. Hilberg and coach, Doug Adams. Row 4: head coach, Vic Overman, B. Meer, D. Wer dine, R. Higgs, P. Mulchay, B. Pollock, L. Haught, J. Elcl ridge, S. Johnson, B. Kuchik, P. Silcox, B. LeRoy, B. Blair B. Forney, .l. Hurt, H. Willis and coach, Dick Lamb. THREE OF MICHIGAN ClTY'S key players, Matt Jarrett, Jerry Cripe and Charlie Stolze talk it over with Head Coach Overman. Devils upset Elkhart, one In the HAMMOND NOII game. played early in the season. the Devils power showed in the form of fine fullback running by Dave Ellison and spark- ling pass receiving by ends Jim Cross and Charlie Higgs. Phil Freese returned the second half kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown and a 1-6 City victory. With highly'-ranked El KHART visiting here on Homscomin ni ht. and our line being outwci hed 20 pounds per man, the Devils came out like lion, and completely outcharged the Blue Blazers line. Sharp tackling by linebackers Ralph Hardacker and Bob Johnson paid off - the final score was 13-7. When HOBARTS undefeated state ranked No 'S BTICICICQ invaded City a closely contested ame was played Both teams scored three touchdowns How ever Hobarts 22 18 victory was a result of their scoring a safety and two extra points In a conference game with MISHAWAKA e Devils avenged manv defeats by the Cayemen I their freshman year the Devils were beaten 41 0 u through heads up play the Citv gridders won favored to easily defeat Michigan City After an easy touchdown on the fourth play of the game of the top ten teams 'Nlichi an City hounccd hack and played on eyen tc rms for the next thrcf periods. City marched P0 yard, for a third quarter touchdown to tie the game. Adams gained a 12-6 victory' in the last 3 minute desperation drive. This effort ained state wide recognition for City. Freezin cold 'ind 45 m.p.h. winds do not keep in s 'ri s 'g : thercfore. at I.,-XPOR Q., Kiwanis Field the Devils didnit show' much spirit in the fir.t half. ln the second half, however, City rallied brilliantly, marching 30 yards for a third period score. Time ran out with the Red Devils drivin near the SI ICFRS goal line and another score I aPorte held to a 13 6 final vlctory Tramwork was the word in the final ame with S01 TH BEND RILFY City s line charged its hardest and the backfleld ran its fastest to pound out a 23 1 vlctory posting a record of o wins and 5 losses A 56 yard run by Phil Freese opened the scorin for City Twi more flrst half touchdowns came as a result of two long passes by Freese one to Bill lVIann1n and one to Ken Pry bylla and his lateral to 'Vlatt Jarrett Our final touchdown in the Manning Twenty five seniors played their last hlgh chool game against Riley Hlgh School HALFBXCK BILL NIKNNINC 432i and tackle Ron Vlachow ki 161i team up to put the top on South Bend Central halfback Left CITE N PHIL IRLESE 446r pulls a LaPorte tackler aero goal line for a Nlichi an City touchdown The Slicer won 136 I 1 , , ff gz . ' . l l Q 1 , I Q U , Q 3 y F' r fy v , g g . g g ' 51 tea pl t hlffh f 1 TF S Q I s Q , U 7 P , . , I - I , . .1 ' 1 ' I I ' Y. . . x . .ivy M lv g V N ' . ' , ' -. '- I ' ' - . ' ' ' g " ' Q . - Y V . . T . V, . . 3 ' - . A 1 ' . H ' , . n 1 ' g .' t ' ' ' ' - , IJ t ' . - fr 4 g S6 57 ' 1 ' Y 7-0. ' A 1 g X Y 'Y 1 1 . i , ' I Powerful SOUTH BEND ADAMS was highly third quarter was a lightning 40 yard sprint by Bill v ' , S ' '. . V . ' I yr ' 4. 13 1' 'Q 'VN k ' , . P , 5 is U , . . . . , S A. . J I ' ' ss M ' ' 'g 66 Sandburrs build potentials for the 1958 season Rowl D Cook C Wood C Hack Q Frnz D Rowman L W1ll1s A Crul 6 W Nlark Row 2 R Lopp S Hurl M Nlermealher J Far her D Le1b1g F Pollard C Fould HOB XRTb DE YN EICRNTKED HOP 1 alout to I stopped by C1ty P111 F me fd 1461 and Nl II ,larrltt l31l 1 htl HERE HL CONIILN l5oull1 llc nd cllll l lff end Nhlxe Sacclum 861 and Ralph Hardaclur 4191 1 ready to cut h1n1 down BOX SFORE N Opp NIC Opp Lafayolte Jeff 19 I1 R111 'S 11 Wa l11n ton 0 Hobart 'S B Central Hammond 'Noll 'Elkhar IaPor1e 'Conference ' 1 lmvsalxa ' lam enauer R LaRocco Coach Kar len Row 3 'NI Thorsen I Ech1mox1cl1 R 'llenman D Topolskx W Chapala C Sghroll J Cowan A 'Vlcrlweather R Roland NX ,,1. , 1 ! Q 'T 1' W g .Y 'Q 1- I 'S 1 uf 2 if ' 1' rf-5 ' . a A ' . . lR'g I I 1 . f A l- ra 's 'I A' A -2 .I.C. . . ... . ' , . 13 'S . ' -y 25 T Q. . 's ' g 13 ' 18 22 W. Q. . V 6 33 KI! ' ' ' T 0 Q 1' T 6 5.15. Al' s 6 12 -3 , NL ,',.Q1 M I 13 7 . 6 13 1 AA --g,vx,,3v H:-H r lb g'j,i.U1 ,-. 1 Y W. t V . 1.. T5 l 67 Crlpe makes All State, Benchwarmers honor many ,,....-- IPFTINC, TIII' 100D NFW9 of Red IJLYII .IFRRX IIN INNO! XINIAIJIIIEQ 'I ISI team rrnttr an zrrx I rlpe enlor and I IC Ourman Iltflll Coach B1INhWilI'II1QI'N at thelr nlnth annual banquet wlneh was hc ld at the Glas- House Iieetaurant gene Qpselal I'6L0g,ItlllUll to rnunlmer- of the Yllllll an CIIV Red Devil f FICILICFQ Stu Holcomb atllletlc director at Nortlwweetern I IllVlI'Slty lformt r he ad u ach at Purdue and end mu h at Armxt xx me the prlnupal Qpeaker Squad rnernlu rx xx ho recelxed QPPCIHI reeofrnltlon wt rm Jerry I Flllbt tht UUIQIIINIIIIW lmeman and Inst tt nn all Confc rcnu unter flrarlei Stol7f Sem ond team all confcu me guard Daxe ILIIIQOII Qccond team all conferfnu fullback and Matt Jarrett who mae voted the out tlllfllflg back AT BENCHWARNIERS BANQUET are IL to RI Harold Blederstaedt Benchwarmer preexdent Holcomb Jerry Crlpe iharlee gtolze Mat! Jarrett Dare Elllson and Red Deul coat I1 In Overman .1 Oli Lt n l - Y I l A I I A , " 5 I CRI ' selvetion LIN - ll' ' 1 ' . S .- I. ,'f".N'I'E ri rf ' : ' ' ' ' r I " 2 ' 1 'gig .V t . Y' ' V a"'i" A xist If Y . v i P4 A -i .g W A 1 . 4 , tg .. , , f . ' 2' I' '13 ' . . Xl ' -if - .2 'b', ' f 'a - if " " 3 I ,t Q ,Q - V "' J Z ' N I- . . " I 1 ', Sz ' 1 . f . . , , A A 1 N J ' ' I ' ' v A Q . ' , 7: ,, Y ' ' 75 E ' I iff! if , I " 1 'M 5 - ,, xi 4 . 4 I x xo, v , 1, X.. -ff U' ul 5 W , V V 5, J . I fe I ' I. I I Girls and dads cheer teams on to many victories Cheering for the Devils and adding pep to arouse City spir- it. the Cheerleaders and Red Derbies work hand in hand. 'iWith a red. red. red: with a white. white. white" -with swinging skirts keeping time with their cheers. M.C.'s cheer- leaders lead the student body in pep and yells from the first kick-off of the football Season to the last basket of the "roundhall" season. Coach Delbert Miller works with the cheerleaders, while Mr. Bernard Lootens directs 300 Red Derhies with 128 of the "red derbiedi' and "red tnittenedi' girls forming the cheering block. CHEERLEADERS IL to RJ Gail Winski, Barbara Bacon, Jeannine Sam, Willia Johnson, Marianne - A Blank. ,lean Frehse, Susie Fergu- fff son. ,ludy Dolezal and Mary Cring at served part of the year. 5th ANNUAL DADS' NIGHT 10ct. , Hoba tl was jointly sponsored hy the school and the lie-nehwarmers. lo- cal sports fans. led by Pres. Harold lliederstaedt. Fathers or representatives of the players were guests of honor-re- ceiving Red Devil Dads' Night pins as souvenirs. The hand made a formation spelling P O P and played "Whats the l8 r Q.-oqe.,x'.' 69 Matter With Father?" Richard Presser, faculty member, introduced the guests. Pictured here are 4L to Rl Charles Stolze. Owen Cross. Chas. Jarrett, Paul Hurt. Karl Hilberg, lunidentifiedl. Paul Cumns. Jerry Cripe. Howard Freese, lien Wie-neek. Tillman Willis. Leonard Shank, Herman El- lison, Hansell Silcox, Glen Hutson. 0ur annual homecoming thrllls thousands parade, REGAL SPECTACLE Twenty-elght lo ely queen ca dxdates pose ln royal ple dor as they a an the decldx g ote of thexr siudent body for the 1957 Homecommg Queen and her court WN 0 I I 11 gi L ,, 1 - D . ix M 7- I V I M . 1: " 44 ' 2 V ,. . - g a , - Q. C z 3 5 T: My 'MT 1 7 if a. - 3 m , I .ai-, f sw "Nr 4 ,K M if V L, gy 1 M1 V J V 4 A iw r n f 1 XX 7:7 5 'i 5 5 I X xx . Cold weather dnd not chlll Cm epxrlt as thou sands uewed the Homecoming. pagc ant Conurtlbles were decorated wrth eserythlnv from Dahlltes huge book to the A V A s lwhtc d radlo tower and pretty but chllly queen candldwte A flttmg CllUl3X to a week of few rr h exutf me nt lncluded a parade crowmnfv of our quef n Roberta Reppert, a football vlctory and a coronatlon ball Supervl mg the paveant was Delos Lonzo faculty member, and Ralph Wllllams senior, emceed at the coronatlon Maklnv a touchdown 1n the flnal three minutes the Dewlls were vlctorlous over Flkhart 13 4, ln one of the blggest upsets of the season Thls VlCtOfY added to the Honucommg CIllllUSlZiNIl1 Follow mv the frame ueen Roberta Reppert and her court reigned at the dance ln the audltorlum The hlgh polnt of the dance was the rox al IJTOCCSQIOII to the stage where the ueen and her court were honored LOUD SHRIEKQ and applause for Roberta Reppert flefll prove that frrenmlly queen nominee 1 etond from left lo rlghll Sharon Dombrowslu Gall Wm kr Suzy Ferguson and 'Vancy Dombkowskl agree wlth ludent body m queen selectnon D 5 N I if-ein HOXIFC ONIIINK UI EEN OF 57 Rolnrta Reppert crownul bw july llrerntr lat wear Homecoming ueen Roberta a Semor and X Y A nommu was elected by tudcnt from Iwentxuglrt queen Cdllllllliiltb chosen by ln ll chool c uh wr' crownmg e queen, e ea mg a an ancmg ' th tl f f Elkh rt tl ll ' v . . 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I . 1 . ,Q 1 nk, Q'1 .'Af - 1 . 1-si . A fi ' 1 -1- :::l.zl, , 4 1 :li I' Ir' 2 3 S: l' N U 5 1 -1 -1 11 3 if 1 f 2 3 :fl ' 2 3 2:ll0-l- 1 el- Q1 11' ", 1 .1 .LN 'T' Il. Fr-l Liz-l 'r. fl 'F gg l in Ll f111:1Nl1i11g 1 " ' ' . . , , . . 1 I. - . -' s ' ' 1 ha l ln ' 1 tf . Nli1-hil1.11 City s '1 l T "'1 11"Sl1 11"l l,g"i l " ' ll' R , '1', V 'a '-l. K K Ami . U 1 . H . . , ., L B h . I Fr-l 'lu-r l111l tl11- ll-1'ils.slasl1i11g St'l'VQ'I'S. ' ' Bill 'z ' gl ' l flz sl 5 111-t Q". Xll 1 thru 1111- - -r111l. A 1 ff the 22 - tl t 11-nt 1ut fo 'llIllS. A Q l' ' ,lol I-Co 1" 11 -' '1- tl11-11 li' '1 Sl l 11" ' ' 1'll. ' " '11 1.1. rl-l'S'tS l 4 1 L 1 gf , -1, 5 . ,wp , .g-.1 Mk .P PK V. , E I . C x. V. S. . Fl . 1 A A x . , g . 1 l 1 - J .A az, M I g- T3 Fighting Red Devils share conference crown with l nder new mentor. Doug skdains. our Red Devils eame up with a season that will he remembered. Ty- ing Central for the liNlllStf crown. winning the seetional. ranking Yo. ll in the state and securing a 20-3 won-lost reeord were the feats aeeomplished by the Devils. ffity opened against fiary Roosevelt. '57 regional ehamps. Nliehigan City's inability to make good on free throws and first-game. rough spots made things tough for the Devils. After a had hrst quarter. the lfed Devils pushed the l'anthers all the way to a hnal seore of 59-5-1. ln the next game. City ran over lfast Chicago Vliashington. a learn that was expected to be a power. At the end of its season. the Senators were ranked No. 6: however. they were trouneed T3-51. South lfend Central was their first eonferenee foe. lindefeated in ffl games over two seasons. the Bears walloped City 79-53. Out-scored in the first half. our Devils made more points than Central in the second half. hut it wasn't sufficient to cover the early lead made by the Bears. .Xfter heating Cary Froelwel and South Bend Adams. City went after an improving Yalparaiso squad. fiily dominated the rebounds. made fewer errors and had ten more field goals. but it ended on the short side of a 67-61 overtime score. Again the Devils were outscored at the free throw line. 'lirailing by i3 points in the third quarter. the Devils made up the deheit and won their sweetest vim-tory against high-ranked lfort Wayne South in an overtime. llolding T-foot Nlike Xletioy to 12 points and aggressive rebounding were the major factors that helped the Devils win 56-53. fiily overran l.a Porte la traditional rivall to win liaek the vietory hell by playing almost flawless ball and using substitutes for almost half the game. It took a blistering fourth quarter for the Devils to win over Cary Lew Vvallaee. lising a full-Court press and scoring 16 points without a return by Cary seeured the victory with a seore of 6-1-53. Wfinning the next two eonferenee games over lfort Wiayne North and South lfend Wiashington. City faced a rugged lfast Chic-ago Roosevelt team that had beaten the Devils in the holiday tourney. flav- ing a slow start. the Devils finally found the mark and won its llth game in a row. ln the last game of the season. City swamped Riley to tie for the eonferenee ehainpionship. Swainping ser-tional foes. City far-ed No. 6 ranked Fast Chit-ago Vliashington squad. Our Red Devils were sidelined in the first game but it took the best game in the 16 state regionals to do it. The final score was Tl-69, a difference of only 1 field goal. FINE SHOOTING under the basket helped the Devils win many games. "Jumping" Jerry Brown sinks one here. South Bend Riley and win seventh straight sectional .-XUCRESSIYE REIIDLNDINC. such as that displayed bv Charlie Higgs, hcl et! the Devils win an 11th rankinfr Q: . . If . , . U po' 1' lion ln the state-. bhown with LIIZITIIP are lL to Rl Matt Jarrett. Ilan Folfle-nauvr anti J:-ssc NI:-riwcatlicr. IILOCKINC L.-XPORTEY SHOT arc Dan Folflf-nauer anrl Horaw Iiluntl. The I.. P. Slim-rs wt-re no match for our Dt-vils. losing T3-51 and 63-46 in two games. FIGHTING DEYIL5 aftvr winning scwnth straight soc- tional. Row 1 IL to Rl: Bob Sl'Iliil1IllZ1I'lIl, jcsst- Nlcri- wcathcr. ,It-rry Brown, Matt Jarrctt, Dave- Kochcr, Bill Hahn, Wilber Turner. Charles Higgs anti Lanny Hilberg, man- agcr. Row 2 IL to Rl: Hob Johnson. managcr, Horace Iilanrl, Dave Ellison, Philip Frome, manager. Dan Folden- auur. Coach Doug Adams, Asst. Coach Dick Lamb and Pat Saturday. Able and agile City is ranked No. 11 in state I-IX'I'lll'SIvtS'I'lC Sl'l'l'0HT by thr' student holly 'Q lmig In-lp to tht- Ivam. HMI ll:-rlrie--' I'llf'f'ftIlQI -1-vlion im- lll'f'NFt'4l many fans from olln-r vitir-S. iPhoto by Bill Sweden- 1' "Nl KN. Wlfltff CH KXIPSYN way Hutt ,lurre-It 11' llc- re-afl r NIHSIQ fjlldlllllillllxllill Ea-tn-rn llixi ion Trophy of '37 u8 'I lo RP: ly. SVIILIIIIIIZIIIII. ffoarh Jxlllllll-. C. Higgs J. Nl:-rivwutlwr and U. llalm. Rugged Red rips opponents with Z0-5 record VARSITY BOX SCORES Opp. NIC Opp. NIC Cary Roosevelt 59 54 'Ft. Wayne North 58 89 E. C. Washington 51 73 'S B. Washington 53 77 'S B. Central 79 55 E. C. Roosevelt 55 61 Gary Froebel 58 75 'S BLRiley OL S9 78 'S B. Adams 56 71 HO IDAY T ' NEY Valparaiso 67 64 E. C. Roosevelt 53 51 Hammond Tech. 51 75 Hammond High 42 48 Ft. Wayne So. S. 53 56 SECTIONALS 'Goshen 60 89 Llnion Twp. 43 95 'Elkhart 48 60 Nlillcreek 39 91 Hammond High 41 62 Hanna 26 73 'llishawaka 73 76 LaPorte 46 63 'l.al'ortc 51 '5 RECIONALS G. Lew Wallace 53 64 E. C. Washington 71 69 'Conference HIGH-JUMPING HICCS grabs another rebound as two South Bend Washington players and Bill Hahn look on. City outscored the Panthers 77-53 to help clinch the conference crown. B TEAM BOX SCORE Opp. MC Opp. BIC Opp. MC Opp. NIC Cary Roosevelt 42 29 Valparaiso 28 34 Hammond High 4-6 50 'Ft. Wayne North 47 45 E. C. Washington 33 40 Hammond Tech 29 38 'Nlishawaka 32 39 'S B. washington 33 42 'S B. Central 46 38 Ft. Wayne So. S. 18 37 'LaPorte 41 46 E. C. Roosevelt 49 43 Cary Froebel 34- 36 'Goshen 36 49 Lew Wallace 48 50 'S. B. Riley 24 4-5 'S. B. Adams 30 36 'Elkhart 35 42 'Conference PINK HIPS had a 14-4 season. Row 1 IL to RFP: Fred Boese. manager, Charles Mack, Al Blerriweather. Dave Lie- big, Steve Hurt. Bob Blair, ,lim Fargher and Bob Johnson, manager. Row 2: Philip Freese. manager. Marshall Meri- weather, Steve Fritz, Larry Haught, Bob Lopp, Bob Ebert Alan Brannan, Richard Roland and Coach Dick Lamb. 1 Red Devils regain their conference championship 699 Q A A156521 gli liglgff i , v if ' ami W, V fxit?qV.A,V ., , Y Q -- - ,W Y A f ,kj 1: V 5' i'i A VY F' 1. JL 1 ' , - , - .. . ,, ,V 7 V ,, v 'W BASEBALL TEXNI Q1tt1ng1stR0W IL to R1 T Kuzmucha B johnson R Foldenauer B loannacci R Meyer D We-rdme R Crulse Wm R1 s J Arnold 2nd ROW lL to Rt S Hornyak UI rl C Higgs T Darman D Nespo B John on R Baker B Pellar D White J BfllllnSkl Al Whltlow 3 Kottler 'Nl r 3rd ROW IL to RJ Coach Karstens G Rogers R Wozniak Chas Stolze R WHCDOWSRI R Hardacker P Freese P Qtorty li Hahn B Leroy P Saturday L Schoch D Morrison Coach Lamb 4th ROW fL to RJ R Whltlow D Michaels L Hamman J Kublk J Koclowslu R Hig s B Ebert D Foldenauer J Hunt R belle: ,I Enycart S Fritz L Hau ht MC Opp MC Opp 'Elkhart t'Central Niles Niles 'Riley 'Washington Qt Joseph CS BJ 1 'Adams 'Goshen "LaPorte Hammond Tech 12 10 'Mxshawaka 'Conference Rybicki strains for extra mch to beat throw in Goshen game ,nv 4"7" I With a fine veteran squad rounded out with talented Juniors and an able coach the Red Devils blasted their way to a conference co championship A comblnation of consistent pitching fielding hitting and fine coaching were important ln the Devils successful drive However just as important was the way the team held ltS spirit throughout the season The La Porte Sllcers were responslble for City s only con ference loss by a score of 0 1 After defeating Mlsha waka in the final game of the season, the Red Devils found themselves on top tied with South Bend Riley whom they had defeated earlier 1n the season by a score of 5 to 2 Leading the team statistically were Al Whltlow with a home run of 327 feet and a batting average les Higgs turned m a fine 3 win 1 loss pitching record, followed by Tom Darman who won 2 and lost l Early trammg at Ames Field and Gardena Play ground kept our squad ln good Splflt and resulted 1n our second conference co championship Coach Lamb and his Red Devils deserve credit for a suc cessful season 1 Lf it f 1 Q' , 1 ' Ti K . 'qi 5 Q 'i A , 1 i . N , ' E ' ,, 'P B 'FKA' Ye 'ax i " I ' ' .6 J" . I 5 1 , ' " ". E - If g 1 A' 4 ' . . 'i, ' . 'gg , . . . I : . , . g . , . , . , . , . s , . , . , . , . 1 li ': . 1 ,.. 1' . I, .y . , .i '4, . 'i ", . 'gk-, , , . , ,, . 5 0 9 o ' ,I 1 , f ' 6 2 ' , 5 7 ' - . 5 2 . 5 1 . . . . . 7 . , . . . . . 0 . 3 1 ' ' ' ' ' 8 0 1 5 . 9 . " 16 4 ' 7 . . . . . , . - ' 9 I5 . . 7 , of .364 and Dick White with a .333 average. Char- f . 1 ', ' 9 . 'f D3' ' 2 , - " eg gg Q jrget . , . l r ,q ..g' 4 ,e " . . . T?f,l1g5.f?t4-if lf' " r - N . ' ' fi s ' ' ' ' T8 Rain over fainvays 3 out of even! 5 matches! Keen competition proved costly to the Red Devil Colf Squad who lost 14- of their 15 matches. How- ever, it was not from lack of practice, since the Devils practiced every night with the enthusiastic help of Coach Delbert Miller. M. C. Parchasers played the weather man as well as their worthy opponents, with 9 of the matches being played in rain or cold weather. The triangu- lar meet between Hammond High and Hammond Tech was canceled due to rain. In the LaPorte Invitationals, the Devils finished 11th and with 345 points came in 8th in the Sec- tional. With a difference of only 6 points between 5th place Hammond and 10th place Mishawaka, they came through with driving effort. Veterans Walter Skierkowski and Richard Butler did a great job. Butler, who is a Junior and one of the 5 returning lettermen, racked up 14 points in his matches. Other lettermen for the 1957 season were Juniors Jim Noveroske, Steve Pohl, Dennis Lyon and Sophomore Norm Dabagia. Coach Miller has high hopes for the 1958 season, because we will have returning lettermen while op- ponents will not be so lucky. AFTER WINNING MATCH, Richard Butler kisses putter. M.C. Opp. M.C. Opp. Valpo 816 616 'Adams Vg MM 'Adams 310 HM 'Riley 1 14 'Elkhart 42 10M Niles 4M IOM 'Riley 3 12 "'LaPorte 4 11 'Mishawaka 1 14 'Central 7 8 "'LaPorte 3 12 'Mishawaka 416 1014 'Central 416 1016 L. P. Invitational 11th Valpo 31A 1114 L. P. Sectional 8th 'Elkhart 0 15 'Conference ? 0.5 GOLF TEAM lst row kneeling 4L to Ri WV. Ski:-rkowski. J. Nove- roske, R. Butler. N. Dabagia. Top row tL to Rt D. Lyon, S. Pohl, F. Requarth. T. Flo- tow. and Coach Del- bert Miller. QQ., NM A ,ei 1 Good competition cramps Mlchlgan Cnty cmderme Led by Dlck Hutmacher and Jesse Merlweather Coach Elmer Mlllbranth s young track squad com ptled a record of fxve wlns and four defeats ln dual and trlangular meets Out of flfteen lettermen eleven of them were elther jumors or sophomores MlChlg3H Clty started the season ln the Bloomlng ton Relays by wlnnmg the dlstance medley ln a fme showlng The devlls ran over thelr opponents ln thelr f1rst three meets by out scorlng Hanna and Wanatah ln a dual meet Chesterton and South Bend Adams to make lt look llke a successful season ln the maklng ln the Hammond lnvltatlonal the devils won the mlle relay IH 3 36 7 wlth B111 Mannmg Kelth Holmes Bob Comer and Cralg Mlllbranth carrylng the baton Coach Mlllbranths men also won the dlstance medley and set a new track record of 8 12 8 wlth Bob Comer runmng the 220 Cralg Mlllbranth the 44-0 Bob Schaumann the 880 and Dlck Hut macher the mlle Hutmacher also won the mtle ln the tlme of 4 40 settmg a new record for the track suffered a slump whlle belng upset by Hammond Hlgh East Chlcago Roosevelt Elkhart and South Bend Central Morale was soon ralsed though when the than clads beat South Bend Rlley 66 to 43 La Porte and Cary lew Wallace fell under our heels m the last of the seasons trlangular meets wlth the Devils snatchlng 6441 2 polnts to Laportes 4-2 3 4- and Lew Wallace s 29 3 4- ln the final two meets we were beaten by South Bend Washlngton 4-3 2X3 to 65 lf3 and edged out by Valpo 55 to 54- a heartbreaker to lose' Many outstandlng performances were turned m by mller Dlck Hutmacher, who set a record 1n the Hammond lnvltatlonal won the preconference mlle placed second 1n the conference placed second ln the sectlonal and thlrd m the reglonal plus quallfylng for the state meet Dlck was also high pomt man followed closely by Jesse Merlweather Gene Hutson Len Mohamed Cralg Mlllbranth and Bob Comer Although the season was not perfect nelther was the weather Cltys flrst meet was run ln a snow storm wh1le the rest of the season was the wettest Our thlnclads practlced on a muddy track thus ln creasmg their speed ln addttlon to falllng vlctlms to lllness TRACK TEAM Row 1 fSltlll'lgJ J MHCICJCWSRI W Flotow J Farma K Holmes M Jarrett J Carlton W Turner W Meer .l Cook J Thompson B KUCHIR Manager C Spmnmg Row 2 T Redamak Manager R Fritz D Urbanskl F Brown C Mxllbranth R Comer W Manmng K Keppen D Slmpson J Hurt R Hutmacher S Johnson R Chapala J Crlpe Row3 J Echxmovlch N Cook K Prybylla R Chapala J Cross J Mertweather J Messner D Elllson J Brown R Stock well D .lesko Row 4 Coach Elmer Mlllbranth H Schultz J Kozlolek R Szecholda M Merlweather R Cumns D Groch D Blackmond R Sadlowskt R Schaumann F Levme K GlHOI'd C Hutson Manager R Ward Manager E Pxerce S I I I I I I . 1 Q '- Y 1 , 1 n ' ' 7 . . . - - 9 ' ' , . . ' . 5 X 4 l v fi . 1 , f 7 . . . . . . , 9 v L ' ' ' . . , . . I ' . . . , . I Y. I , I , I , . ' Y . - 2 9 5 A a . , , J , , , . . , . . . Q 5 I 5 . . - ' 7 ' ' - . : 7 . I n s Q n Q In the middle of the Seasgn, Citv'5 Cindermen ever expernenced by clndermen at Mlchlgan Clty. . . , - 7 7 9 . ' C ' ' . : . ' ' ", . . , . ' , . , . , . , . , . , ' ' ' ' ' ' . ' . ' . . . : . , . , . ', . , . , . , . , . , . , 3 - 1 - 1 - 1 - , - 1 - , - Q - y . , . - , I I . 1 n v - 1 ' y - 1 - v ' 9 - . Y, t It .. I t 'K . ' I 1 I I Ace Miler Hutmacher reaches Indiana State Finals Jia'-E f ,.,,, aw sill' iff, L In l'SlNG EVERY OIQNCE OF POWER. ,lorry Brown nlakvs a flying le-ap at the City-LaPortP4Wallarv track mevt. We Xllfflllfl,-XX CITY? ACE NIILER. Dick Hutmachvr: POIIIPQ in hy 20 yards ow-r his Gary Lew Wallace opponc-nt. To prove- his aliility, "Hut" plan-S 81h in thc- State- nie-vt. NLC. Opp. Plam- Clli'4If,'!'l0I1 93-1X2 15-1X2 'ill Central. 'S.ll. 'Elkhart 3rtl .Mlams T5-1X2 33-3X5 'l.aPortt'. 'Sli Riley 66 43 Lew Wallace lat 'S.B. Wash. 43-213 65-U3 Hammond Yalpo 54 55 Invitational 2nrl Place Conference Tth Hanna. Wanatah lat Sectional 5th Hammond. E. C. LaPortf' Roofs-ve-lt 2nd Inxitational 3rd 'Conference X 'ATQXKE IT AND Rl'Nf" yelled Boh Comer as he pas-ml the lmaton to Craig Xlillllranth for the Nlivhigan City milf! rf-lay tfaam. Healthy, active girls at M. C. H. S. participate in WEICHINF IN 1 a Cla requirement Carolyn Ku zmaul ti .ini Ro al Ili lu wait in "SERVING IS EASY!" says Judy Miller to Sharon Edinger. Loretta Walker, Juanita Rozinski, Lorraine llrhack, Barbara Williams and Jeanette Sobkowiak. SHOOTHNC A JLNIP SHOT Christy Clement draw llanna wait to put tht hall in play W Z 2 N I ,- f Y 3 . ' i "' I .H .""s ss " . j s .' 'f . l. -f , ' 5 'S re-cords we-ight and height for Juanita Jones as Judy Cheers from teammates. Sandy Stine guards as Nancy Jovi rleftl 't S ie 'EU " ' line. ' " 5 ' . 82 fx r . 1, i P- ANGEL, a difficult feat, is executed hy graceful Lorraine Kohn and Eileen Meer. seniors. as Karen Bartels stanrls near to prevent a tumble. Cymnastiv stunts are popular with students. The girls especially enjoy making pyraniirls. doing headstands and forward rolls, "l C:XN'T hold this pose muvh lorigerfu says fharon McKinnon lleftv to tlif- Elstonlan photographer as shi- demon- strates the- "bir1l". "l Nlltllli IT this Iiinefu rilfe flrf-Ivlu-n llc-twllvr lrlgzlitr as slit- arvlu-s he-r liavk for a hanilslanil. H3 world of sports and fun thru a variety of actlvrtres ,Z-ff I Variety In program IS provided by our G A A I hope our team wms' IS the famlllar cry heard when teams are ready for C A A tournaments Because of all thelr teams hockey soccer base ball basketball deck tenms and volley ball G A A 15 one of the most actlve organlzatlons ln school Well known to all the glrls 1n school IS thelr de voted sponsor MISS Sebesta lbetter known as Fan nyl who devotes many hours to after school games Cames are not all the club goes carollng t Chrlstmas tlme to all the hospltals 1n MlChlg3H Clty and the South Shore Statlon They also have a gala costume party each Halloween Whether worklng for the team frlends bulldlng skllls or the annual award of a letter sweater, all the G A A members work together CAROLINC I, A A 'NIFNIBFRS and Nllss Frances Sebesta ponsor sing at the South Shore SIHIIOII and three local hospltals brmglng Chrlstmas spxrlt to many FANNY and her f' A A glrls fbclowj pose for our El ton lan photographer I l l l I I I if ' 97' " 1 A Q Q - 1 1 a ' ' ' , . -- a 7 5 . . . . ., . . 1 Q . ',s Q ,, , s Y , .N V .. r f., 'Q ' s 5 - Falr femmlne golfers learn fundamentals of game GIRL FOLFFRN el ex part advice- from club e 1 Nlarw ann Blank Nlembcr karen h Clam Bon cr Xue Wm ku Pat Bacon kann km: hy Nharon Harrl an Nara lu lu Barbara Kemp Wendy Blank Nlary Dm lfr 'N ncy D n lr r e n Freh e Nlarlly Hlll Kar en bourley 'llr James Belden "7 JF KN X01 LL F O IJ o I lf' 0 cour P but what a mut ur En l ram rs D n lcr ma n Pan Fra l coxer Pan hru hm IFF olf lullnn e l l I 'sa 5 X1 -f Y , ,. J - V xv US L ., Wa L Q l 2 'tr' P f. -. Lf' a fi ,U . . g - K ef' A 1y pr-fill-nt, , I K2 y X ., '. , - fs: ' - ,' Fist. - fi-ll. . .. -H - -. . 1 . ' X r - ' -'s .' k, .g ' A. , gs juv. ., fa i g ' , ,I a . s ,A . - ' +A- A ' , . . T fx. L I 1155. V 'nf V A . , A ,A ,A Q 4, . " ' " B- C0 n I gi lf ' s . " l yo gg ish gg lf!" Klan' i g ' ' r ,I ww ae sho lllx' - 5 J N ' gg up on I g -- 'lu -. 85 1' 4-,, 1 f r ? 86 Z K 'P' i X Personalities "A 1' I With 1400 teenage personalities and 75 faculty members and school personnel crowding our halls and classrooms, 1958 was a wonderful year in OUR LIFE. Our enrollment is growing by leaps and bounds, but we still have opportunities for individual per- sonality growth in athletic, scholastic and extra- curricular aptitudes. We strive to uphold our teenage reputation in our community hy helping and serving othersg we go caroling in hospitals, give Thanksgiving baskets, teach Sunday School and participate in various civic projects. l". lfllt HXNEY. our Itflllfllllll ltliirfl from If-fir, plans iinporlanl mvrit- of Ilia' yr-ur with our rla-N pro--iilvnts ll:-ft to rigzllll. lloli lllair. Soplioinon-. liliarlv- lliggs. Senior, unil William Riggs, Junior. 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Jill ' 1' 10, I1't 1 ' C - s' ' 11 t1e I s1-ssi111.1. in I -r- 1 , N - K rf Fifty three faculty members and directors have a 40' if ""Y '1"'7 ff-Rf 'bw MW ,J nfs if 90 DOUGLAS ADAMS Ball State Teachers College BS Safety Basketball Coach Asst Football Coach Jumor Class Sponsor ROBERT J AIGNER Indlana Umverslty BS Purdue Unlverslty MS Counselor JAMES P BELDEN Purdue Umverslty BS Indiana Umversxty 'NIS Social Studlfs Glrls Golf Club Sponsor 'Nlomtors Sponsor GARTH D COBBUM Ball State Teachers College BS Indiana UHIVCTSIIY MS Business Education Athletic Tlcket Manager Treasurer of Senxor Hlgh Actlvxty Funds WILMA E COMWIER Indiana State Teachers College BS 'VIS Arts and Crafts Patnt Spots Sponsor 'NIAX CROFT Indlana State Teachers College BS Health Engllsh Trafflc Dlvlslon Sponsor Sophomore Class Sponsor RUTH CURTIS Indlana State Teachers College AB MA En llsh .lournallsm Elstonlan Sponsor Qulll and Scroll Sponsor MILDRED DAHLBERG Augustana College AB Western Reserve UHIVCFSIIY MLS Llbrarlan Dah Ines Sponsor ROGER L DONOGHUE Indiana University AB MA Hlstory Englxsh Forum Club Sponsor DRUSILLA R ENIERSON Indiana Umverslty BS 'NIS Shorthand Typmg MADELINE FERGUSON Llndenwood College BS Foods 59 Tr1H1Y Sponsor LOIS GARTNER Unlverslty of Chlcago AB 'VIA U S Hxstory 58 Tr1H1Y Sponsor WILLIANI ,I GIFFEL Indlana State Teachers College, BS, Indlana Umverslty, MS, Geometry, Slnp Sucks' Sponsor, Math Department Chalrman HELEN HALL Indiana State Teachers College, AB, Butler Umverslty, MS, Typing, Shorthand, FBLA Sponsor BERNICE HENRY Unlversxty of Ilhnoxs, AB, Northwestern UHIVCFSIIY, MA, Latln, Latm Club Sponsor record of 53 bachelor degrees, 41 master degrees F I' lllN1lll FX st o ' N I Naftu IE Rt I' I IRC 'Nl ner of fhtta PhB En lt l Hall Patrol Npon or 'Noon Reina tlon Npon or FLORENI E KELLY Columhta Inner :tx IBN n lana LFIIXQI' ltw IIN Home Xrt Clotun Fashlonette Npon or Home Economu Depart ment Lhatrman DOROTHX C Ixl I N NIM ln an Stats Inner rmlue lnxurtty N H 4 um ROSS Kl SIU Xl I antht t r I ollt IIS .1 t I athcr ollt I I Nlamhxnt N1 1 RICH 'IRD LXNIII llall Ntate Ttachtr College BS Wood Nhop Heatl lla1hallf.oath I. t Foot ELOISE B LEE Ixr mla ,Iuntor Colle e H3 Butler Lnner tty IIN lntllana Slate Teacher Colle e NIS General liu me Txpm HARRY B LONf T State Q llt Hs Rall State Teachers Collf 1 ISS Inrltana I nner ttx 'IIN Eleetrxc Shop lnzlu Ifldl Nrt and X01 atlonal Emlu catlon Lhalrman Dlrutor of Xclult Eunm Cla C DELOS LONIO Iranltllnfolle r 'Ill Iliflldlld Unlverxty XIX bournment L N H1 tory Junlor Conce tons Spon or SOCIHI Stuclte Department Chairman lv 1'!' f-...x Qi W 'if' said in A, ma, 's x 'hu' WATCHING WITH INTEREST are Mr Roger Donoghue and hrs wlfe as thexr chxldren IL to RJ Mary Pat Elleen Eddxe and Colleen partlclpate ln a game of chess I . . - . '6 I ,. '. . ' R . - Int'-rsity of Clttrag . Iltli, ' ', .I.-qu 'I , I 0 QI ., lk' 1 - Ln' -sity f " UO. F . P 1 g ' g El: ' .' s .1 ' J . . IM3 ' V1 , -,I I d " 5 j, , f: Q 5, I l' g: j ' s' f S . ' "S ' - ' A. ' . - '- 'g I ' " sity, 'fi I ,X I BSg Pu t , s' '. Nlfz om' I. ' gi, ,Q .- I , - NI' ' -S 1- f -gre. fg ll' ll ' - Stat' "1" ' -s C -go. .I:: , ' ' - flop. ' A ' A. At 1 i I ,T I 1' H 1 F mil. W lg I .1 g 'sl T ',.'SS. - I -.1 '2 ball Coach. Asst. llaskethall Coach. I -xx uf., I xxx 5, I . s Q I' o W . . - " g' ' ' ' g. . : . p p " s ', f: ' .' s g , , ,fg ' 2 s' ss, 1' ' g. , . I - ri-.T ' 'o 'gm fg ' . K I 1 J, ' . 3 S " A S ' -' ' ' - gl' ' , . . . . . D I -vi . g , SNK- 'ff ' - A . . .F , , , Q I sf S u . 1: ' e- - . 'S 1 ' 131. ss' " Q 5 , ' ' '-5 t - ,RQ . ' ' 2"vA' I ,Q . A' I xl V f . I I. z ' I , v Qi ,r I A n . . . u . . p , I ,I . l T -, J v , I . T ' x , f I - , V ' ff: 91 Teachers -.44 51--. are human, too, they travel, hsh, hunt, "gl, H ...A Qs. 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'l""Y '-'-- ah-4' U9 div 92 Ill' RIN NRI? ll I OOTFNS ln111r11y of 'N ll ll 1 I 1 1a11a 1 NI N NN orl1l H1 torx N 1 1 Nn11r11an PI'0l3l1I1l R 1l IJ1r1 e o11 or I rl I olf I luh Npon or l ll- 111 18113 I Il1N6I' 11 1 1 p1a Sp Il r ll 1 I1 D1 1 111 LI dlflll 111 nor lax lJ1r11 r IBIRM1 I' Nl 'NN 1.11.11 o l111N1r1t1 111111 111 N .11 11n1 Ne1r1tar1al I 1.111111 Co111n11r1 1.1l lJ1part1111n1 I llalfllldll Joh I lam 1111 111 for 101111111 ft mal ll1part111e111 Slll IIIUIN 'NI NXI N In1l1an.1 51.111 IIS I111 1.1na U111w1r11w 'NIN NNoo1l 1011 R SUI N 'NI1Ixl'l LNR lmllana IIIINQ r-113 I5 Nldlt 'l1a1l11r Coll1 1 'NIS ,Iun1orS1111or Coun 1lor FI 'NIILR Nlll IISR NNTH lnrllana Q11111 Tea11I11r 1 l11l1..1 lnlxrr 111 NIS Nla1I11111a 1 ra Illl 1 1 Ilfdwlll 5111101 H1g.,1 Stu1l1 111 Ntor1 l ro C ountrw Coa1l1 Tra1l1 C oaeh D BI R I' I 'NIII R Fae11 rn Illll10lN S1311 .11 lure 1 N ln11a11a l n1x1r lty Phy-111 al hlllll a11o11 1 I1eerl1a1l1-re Spon or PALNIERJ 'NIYRNN Olaf AB Nort w1st1r11 'Nl'Nl OYCIIESITH Band Dame Ban1l ,I AMES H INICHOL N9 Bradlev Poly11 chnlc lnetltute BS ln1l1ana Lnn 1rQ1ty 'NIS 'Nu1o N'le1 ha n11 H NN 1 l1l111 'Nl11I1an11al Dramlne X ICTOR ON ER'Nl+NN Ball State Teacher C0ll1 1 Bb ln1l1ana Unlveruty NIS Soc1alS1u1l1e Hea1l Football Coa1h A1hlet1c D1re1tor HPIEN POHL Unnerenty of 'NIIUIN ota Il OIUIIIIJI11 ln1v1rs1tv 'NIA E l1l1 Iul1l11 Speak mg, l3la1'kfr1ar-1 Sponeor Senlor Play lJ1r111or SOIJIIOUIOR Class Sponeor MARNIN D POIUOL Ball State TPHFIILFS Col lege BS Typln Busmees Enbll h RICH NRI! PRILSSER Ball S1a11 T1a1'I11rQ Coll1 1 BN 'NIN Nl 1bra Trl onometrx leon111ry Tr1a ur1 of Semor Hlgh Book Rental and Semor Hlgh Cafelerla CURDOIN ROBIQON Wa aih Colle e NIS 'Northm tern Inner ll, NIS PIINSICS S1n1or Hlgll Cillllftll Spon or FR 'NNK FS NI' 1111 ST 'N lndlana S1311 T1 HLIICTS Coll1 1 Bs I'I1ye11al E1lucat1o11 Health C IN X Sponeor sew, play In symphony, swam, dance and play golf W NNIITH non Colle 4 Nl! :mr ltx lllmot 'NI N fhornt trs N tenor Th partme nt fltatr man THONI N9 R 9PNRKN lnmllana State Teacher follcgsc BS NIS Dfdfllllgt 'Nl-NRC 'NRET QPIRO Inner tts of lllmot BN lndlana Inner lly 'Nlg Spam h Pan NITIPTICHII Club Spon or NIPNRION SPRLUI F Lnner ny of lllmol BN 'NIA U 5 Coxernnnnt Mlxancf-tl Soc1alSc1ence JOHN ST NlNFlEl D lnclxana Unnrr 1tv B9 Ln lush ,lournall nt Crum on Comtl xflNl r 1 l tllana Lnner llw 'NIS En hh Sponsor ,luntor Cla S Spon or ,IENNETTE LRQIHNRT lntllana Unner tty B S Unner tty of Colorado 'NIN Lommcrual Sub jents ,ll1Ill0l' Rerl Cro Spon or Scmor Cla Sponsor HNROLD WEONER UIIIVPI' ltv of Cllliil 0 BN lndlana UmverS1ty 'NIS Drner Tramm Teen A e Bowlln Spon or Sc-mor Cla Spon or Tennt Coach EDWNRD E NNELIS lnnerlty of Nehra ka BNIE 'NINI ,lr Nr fhoru Spon or Sophomore ChoruS Spon or Nocal 'Nlu tc Department Chalr man 'Nlaclrlgals Qpon or f"5 If -.af ""5' 93 fi" ,ca i ix 4-my Rx lf 5, iw' 1'-ff? 'lla W.- YY DOROTHEN WOLFE llutltr Inner xtv AB L ner ltx f WXCOHII1 NI 'N En ll ll Stun I Counctl pon or ' E-NSY DOEQ lT"' SavS Nlr Richard PreSSer aS Nlr Harolrl Wegner better known as ' We-g." attempts to Smk the putt I I L. '. - .-Nll' . gn .- 1 l'1'-- S' 1' of x - ' 's. . :Q l 'S "1 ' ' ' ' 1 ' - s 1 r Y I "'. .ll ' ' f. A px - 'U H A A 1: h - , .H S. .W . .Sw iz N , V . N 4 ', S' v' A 5.2 K- .S 3 A. . X . S . , ,L- ay-' :FU , 1, .1 . ' ,f If - ' : - kill 5 ,. 'V A lf, - 7" S" ' f A I ,C 5 l : ' . " . F, an .' X of ,L - f z ' . - ' ,"-S", x 'S 3 .' S . - 1 "Se. Q -4 4, s 5 X A , 5 CHARLOTTE TAYLOR - Uniwnity of Chicago. u l ' Pl B5 n ' Y " S' . ,fg g 'S g A. Nv. A-N. A Q J . ' T ' Sx f S . .- 7 F 1 - ' " S' , S' L.: .V 5. . . , A K.: N b 7. S - gg ' ' SS .f S , Q' ' SS - 1 .- ' - . A' S' j " g . fg . . 1. ,J jg ..gg X -Ag Q " g Q S , .' ' ' SS Q S , 'S f.. 'av ' its' -, J . I .C + .T .' S' ' lv S' . K If . , . . 3 . l S Q S . Q ' ' . Q S 1 ' " A S' ' '- V Y O , A ' ' '.. S . - Q I ' -R f 'I 1 . 1 1... F , -ev' X. 1 A S if 1 , ', ' , . ' '- 5' A I L I 14 'n' Z' o "S S' , , f g g 'S g Q l-n S S . Capable staff has varied background of experienc BESS DAY - liall Stall- Tvavilvrs ffolivgv. Nil. , 0 7' M Mulg llirvvlor of lliiialamw-. -0' , ' --, GEURIQIC Ni1'liY'i'X RH - Uaklannl 1fily'C0ll1-grv. Ali: vf r Wx! 'fi Indiana Univvrsily. Nlxlg A. Y. A. Director. KENNETH WifRlJlNlf 1 Valparaiso Vniversity, " U33 Dire-vlor of Pupil Pe-rsonne-l. 1 l EINJOXIINK, l.l NLII at fflnool arf' Klub Dorothea Wolff. Nlixs Bcrnivm- iii-nry. Nliw liliarlollf' Taylor anrl Miss Nlvllil- Luck. L "lJON'T STICK Hifi" vaulinn- . 'I 'L A wife pina on iii- lmulunnivrc- al lin' 1937 annual Spring 'i1g,,,',ff K.: Conn-rl. W GENERAL CARLOS RONll'l,0 lriglnl. Pllilippinv Ania lmawaiior Io lin- l nil:-rl Slate--. flialwx hanelx with ii, ll:-los Lonw. favully me-inlu-r. lla-na-ral limnnlu spoke- on li. 5. St'K'lll'lly' in ,Yxia al tina Sinai Fnrinn as-rie-N nn Nnvinln-r . , . , ,. 2,1-. .Xiao gI'l'Q'llllgl gin-fix lx Ralrln karl IlIl'ilIl'I' lPl'l'0Illi from riglnl. 94 and valuable service In our school and community SCHOOL 'NLRNEN Nlr Ilolon rnold annl Nl uullr- m oolx our tlu flaw lm W1 1 N11 Huh K mend lu.1Ill1 de arlmcnt thalfllldll l rn Q run out 0 pun Lhool ui-1 Ffh 91 ii 55137 DISCUSSING THE DU 5 ac tlvltles ln the school offue are SCCTCIBIIC Nlrs Ann Hnbb Whse Karen Rlemk 'NI1 'Kar C13 Meads and 'Hrs June Zeldler I I I ,l lr I l fa Qu Tb ' . J Y Q, .ag .' I 1 0 Pg? 1 , ,ii ,559 'A vw I 'J' J . , .,,,, ,.. , Y , . L N x t .J Ay, A . iss I. " Tam- ' , V .2334 3 1' ,l ' '- - fm- -lull' 'rl .ks I Q- -- " 1 p ' ' ' ' . ra-fo ' ' x - .la 'g I visit ilu- llic ' 'E s' S. 43 ' 'PU N :Ir W ,S b J .1 . M , f A me . H- i V' .2 . ,,,, l 's,.... 's, SM',Zf, Q' "f . ". . 'ss :I - -'51 , A , , x J- 'f...l.,'f s , 43 . Q -. f 1 C li! 0ur sophomore Irfe IS one bug wonderful year wrt QL OFF TO A FOOD START wxlh the success of the sopho more party Sec Treas Walter Chapala and Pres Bob Blalr make plans for the rut of the year Excltlng new CXPCTICHCCS and honors came to us as sophomores Belng elected for club offices class ofhces and chosen for the teams filled our year wlth happlness Sportmg the latest fads of crew neck sweaters 1vy league outfits and knee socks and trylng to learn the chahpso stroll and Char eston we spent hours glvlng and golng to partles and started to attend the dances after the games After the first few weeks of sohool we found that our fears of gettlng lost m the halls takmg gym showers omg to the hhrary I'CCClVlIlg detentlons and findlng a seat ln study hall were exaggerated We are lookmg forward to the next two years of hlgh school as we become Jolly Junlorsl TRYING T0 IMPRESQ fllSlI'llPI'f' ted Ray Selke wlth thelr beaded owns rolled down nylons and the latest dance str p the Charleston an flapprrs Lmda llorma ter Pat Carman Sandy Pcpple Nur Westphal and Sharon 'Nlorgan at the Sophomore I arty fb' I I I Q . , , , , s. 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Q J", 1 'Q , 'fi' " , S V .. , 1 K -Q - ix ., , f N , x I Xu 1' S 1 X52 cf :g. Is LW 1 A 1, - Q ' ' 'A ' Y 1, ' -y " " - K' Q 1 1 1' ' " ' . I I 1 ., ' ' Q., ' New 5' , ,. 's 5 .LIE - I L. ,A L N -rf 1 ' V 'U 5 1. , " 'N 1. " T .s ' 5 C ' X A R - f L , ' AA , ., as , so if - 1 M :S V Q' A 1-1 L - ' '- 111 ' .L - P' ' 's ,' ' V 7 .- -P L . , vb -' '. - , . C1 " r V" , Q L ,l 1 I I v -LA 1 . h 1, . 1 , L 1 .- Wlth 634 the class of 60 IS largest class yet Barbara Buchanan Darlene Burdtck Bob Burke Robert Burke 3 4, Llnda Burns V' ""' Roberta Burns Arthur Burroughs Billy Butler Shlrley Byer Flovd Byrd -, 4 Ronald Caddo James Cameron 1:11 Carl Campbell my . Constance Capp Constance CHIJUCCI Patricia Carman Clll'lSlll'lg Carney Hobart Carter Zeb Catchmgs My Patrlcla Cates H Larry Chambers Mary Chambers Walter Chapala John Chmlelowxec nf John Cleveland Ruth Clmger ,E Sharon Chnger M Y Jxll Cochran Robert Colllns Dawe Cook Rlchard Corbett eb' Q' Tommle Cotton 909 Q CP James Cowan as Barbara Crawford Audrey Crlswell W1l11am Crowl Alvm Crulse IE Don Cunmngham Shlrley Cyphers Phllllp Dabagla Wllma Dalenberg Arthur Davls Dlxon Davls John Davls Joyce Davls Patr1c1a Dawson Flormda Dems rim mx . Gretchen Detwller Betty DeVaux Rlchard Drbkey 'A Charley Dlckey Lanny Dmgman Lynne Dlngman 'M , .. Jeannette Dltto LL it. A MT A tl Rwhard Dodd Mary Jo Dolembo "0" Rudolph Dombkowskl bandra Doolittle John Downs Larry Downs Raymona Drake A Karen Dressel Stanley Duble Richard Duffy John Echxmouch Q Sharon Edmger Betty Edwards I Davld Ellls Elame England 3- 98 l , I C Q A lf-af wks. -- 2 LP, . 2' ff My ef 15' A K - R 'f.f"""ft 2 H: Q f ff 1 tt' J W ft v'A"'j .64 . f '7'QXtf5c3zrKMxY' Ll l wth. C - , gy 4, U 155 Z i it T2 Q -IIV nu X Lx A . 'J JL S 21.13 ik ,TQ J-. l t e"'et'a- -a-a- at X., t- J in -, M - me 4 w 6 Tay, ' J. L- at "' ' , aa. , ' Q7 A wg! .4 .," 1 . 31' Jw" f ivan' ' t . . C 3 Z I R' law! t"o i ' t X ' J at , .. it , 6 , 0 ' ' P: :ill 1 4' 1 lr A . . Q7 gqjlgg -'Fava KT , i TCC kfdf . ny, , " M - ' ,. Wejw . J., . at ' . fa? 'X -' V, r Y' , l lf ftffl +1 ff' Q :rf Tom COW lx, RY 5 -,pa K Y x k, Q fe ,f iq, , 3154, to Ji' Q 4 ',' , 535, if J, ' . l U 4 6 nf -, x ax , -. 'W ta- . 'Grit Niko f," , 'V . ff , , la J R J , Q .2 ' - X V , Y . fl . A , tgm all of Via- .. 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A Let s look at today s future leaders of tomorrow Barbara Ennes Rlchartl Falk Jame Fargher Robert Parma Ros Fans Larrw Farmer Jane Fausch X Danlel Fellows Suellsn lergu on -Klum F1 her ,lame Flora ,loan Flotow Erma Jean Fly Ruth Gerald Folrlenauer ,lamfe Poster RlCll8f4l lowler H Jr an Fox Sharon Frame 5 Ellen Franks Lharlotte Fretlenburg, Nlaureen Freese Nora Fra yer Stephen Frltz Carol Froehlke Joy Fulton 17 Raymond Cabrunas Damel Garbacxk 'Q Kenneth Garhe Cral Gardmer xllLll3Sl Gardner Nlarva Garrett 'N' 'F' Patrlcla Garrett ky Sue Gatzka Theodore Gawron lu Rlchard Geser Glorla Glber on Patrlcla Glllum Nlary Glea on Sharon Garry Thomas Goetz Lawrence Goldman L I ,hm 5,3 Thomas Gorman Llllle Graham Betty Grallk Carolme Grallk Phlhp Greawes Q yy .loaeph Greco Sue Greemng Thomas Gremer Sharon Gresham Ralelgh Grower W ayne Gullner Rose Hakee X-f Stella Hamley Darlene Hancltke Kenneth llanke Dennlb Haplte .loe Hartly Jay Hartfxeld Larrs Hartman Sandra Hathoot Claron Hawklns V- 5 Edvun Haw man Queen Eathtr Hawnea Barhara Hell trom .loel Heeg, k' Q Larry Ht ms ballx Hu man .loan Henrlch L X' A A K 99 7 7 Q G x ' -2 :.'- '4'-I V .S V E X - . f -I ,Av-, - , -,c 53 - K- . . , l r ' M ,L . ., if M I ' A FIY M x ' 1 J ' '. f N 7 f' - f , ff ,fe lk-5. 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A A '- ' Its a world of flrsts and many new experiences Rlchard Rhoda Rarbara Rlce Dasld Rlcharda Janet Richter Robf rt Roach Sandra Robbln 1 eor e Robert ,lame Rohm on ,lo Xnn Robow 111 Lour c Ro o lt1 1.0111 e Roland -'S fn' Rlchard Roland Lmda Rowland 'V .luamta Ronn lu M Q Thomas Rubv ,lutlllll Rlltllllllx Larolwn Ruhr ,loan Rup lb lhnm Sadow lu vw 1'uad Sam Larol Samp on Daud Sandtrs Ronald Napptnfleld Conntt Na Jllllllll Sa Loul Na 5 Stanley Saturnus W, Thor tae Saundtr X X Janet Qavln lu Xmta Sara Nlerry Lou Schhephalte ,lllflllll Nehoch .loyce Schrader Barbara Schrxm her ...gf .lamte Schroeder Nlaureen Schroeder Terrs Schroeder Clemen Schroll NJ Sue Schumaker .lame Scott Ronald Scott Bobby Scro em Sharon Qeedorf Gloria Seelmg Lucllle Ntlrt ln Raw mond Qelke ,lt an Seppwes, Donna bhafer Ralph Nharkew Clarlce Rhea lex Georgia Nhebel ,lamec Shebel Sharon Sheeler N1lC1l8P1 Sheely ,H fs, Carolwn Shfrrrll Kenneth Sherwood A is A Robert Nluham Karen Shire ble nn 5lIl1f'f1f'lI1 Joyce Sun Jam: NlxI1J0 fy Ronald Nkwrat B111 Nmrth ,llltlllll qmlth Prl Ulla Nmtth Wllllam gfllllh Jlllla Snolte 4' " Clrfton Snsder Y-7 Wlllram Nnxdrr .leanette Sobkomalm 103 1 - - V I A R A . 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Daud W eed C eor e Weeks Gerald W G1 Rwhard Wellue Nue W endt Ro er Wcntland E6 X5 Y onda W 1 I ,lean We tman Richard We pla Nu an We lp ld Nlarllxn W hmm n .loanm W hm Ruby W hm Stanlu W hlul am Suzanne W ulmar kara W nlte Xlarx W xlht barbara W lllram Dal V W lllram .lohn W rlllam Karen W rl on Dorothy W mdlr Joxce Wm ard Robert Wm lu Tern W1 e Barbara Wrtovs lu rip, Howard W lttenber S0IljlJ:l Woldt Lalun Wolford W ax ne Wolford Enter on W ood Charles Woo l Kenneth Wo Q A Nj Nlary W onuak Ro e W olnlak Llnda Wrx ht Patricia W rohlr vx lu if Carol T ann Q- W rlllam X oun v 1 all filly The following sophomores were absent when mdxvxdual pictures were taken arbara Aldridge Kenneth Jesse ,Iuanrta Barley Jon jo,-don Rrchard Barnes M:si:T5:nBE::g Clarence Rozmskl Kathleen McKee Hugh callum Lows Ryba Wanda Church Walter Sass Jerry Dolph Shirley Schalton Myrtle Henckel walter Synave qteye Hun Phllllp Taylor George Isbell Barbara Wandrey MNOW' WHO COULD THAT BE?" asks Sandy Pepple as Karen Shlres tnes to remember The glrls helped ndenufy their class prctures for the ELSTONIAN 10a l.f I - ' I ' I e I Z g ' 1 l .SS . 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' 5 'ut w E, ,s x K e ' B ' g Junior officers and steering committee guide the DISCKSSING a class problem are junior officers, Bill Riggs. presidentg Christy Clements. vice-presidentg and Stu Johnson, secretary. . lf lnterest in sports. clubs, dances and some study made 758 an outstanding year. We took Kuder Preference Tests, produced a play and let off steam at pep sessions. We cheered our teams and enjoyed the thrills of Homecoming week-end. Next came the basketball hysteria where we sported the latest campus fads. After working all year on concessions. we had enough money to give the best prom yet. we think. Casting away crew-neck sweaters. Bermuda shorts and slacks with lvy League buckles, girls and boys frantically shopped around for corsages, flowing pastel formals and suits. After-prom parties of all kinds made the prom one to be remembered. Another big event at the close of the year was the annual Autograph Dance sponsored by the lflstonian staff. Pens were lost and friends were gained as signatures were exchanged. Looking back on the year, we have a feeling of pride and achievement, knowing that we are ready to assume our roles as seniors of 1959. 'Xl +1r"""' 4. 13,1 -? jeu. hp f 'ef-Q R YW TOP BRASS OF THE CLASS, junior steering committee. tlefli, Pally Bacon, Paul Samrnann, John Messner, Bob guides us through another year. Seated around the table Fflfl- Lmfla Hoffman. Wendy' Rellman. .l6rl'y BFOWYI, Judy are Chuck Spinning tback to camerab, Louise Dabagia, Krebs and DHHOTH WHICHIOUSC- class of 59 through another successful year s work .lu lrlh Xhralmnm 1 4 1l llorl Xda an K Q IX R1 1 Xl er Robert 'llrx Flrrabeth X Lll Carol 'kllr on Nlrchael Xnl-.om Carol Xnto zen R1 Jack Xrnold Warren -'l hton Wlllram Barhmann Patr1c1a Bacon Enuly Bahar Raymond Balley Jurlrth Bames .lohn Baker K9llll Bancroft fhoma Banwlu Pe y Barnet! hxonnc Baron Karen Bartfl R11 hard Barrels 'Nlarun Bau h Kay Beach Donna Be 111 on Jerry Bcrnalh Xlue Bertholl Barbara Brew-r Carol B1ldl1au er Bonnle Black Horace Bland Nlarranne Blank Jeffrey Blom ren Ladonna Bogu law lu Jol1n Bohn tadt Karen Bohn tadt Cla1re BOIlfl6lll Barbara Boolchefk Judy Bootcheok James Bortell bharon Brand .leanene Brlese Judy Brmk Daud Brown Jerry Brown Raymond Brown Joanne Bryant Helen Buchanan V1ctor Bucy Karen Burklow Carol Butts Robert Butts Carl Campbell qondra Carnes Dons Casleel Su an Chubb Chr1 tw Clements L1ll1e Colller alta Nlae Colwell Kay Conaway Dax 1d Connelly Jame Cook Caral Craft Y 1rg,1n1a Creulzbur Karen Curry .led CUYII E1leen Cu hway q"i V' T' 'W Kiqsevs' L Sri. in Mm was 14- 1 J X sd Q21 ? 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'S' V' ' : ,Q A' 9 - l , 'aww F W ,' gf' ff . , V 1:1 X ' ..'f,?al ' A 1 ' -1 5" ' ' 4' g - they win gloly on Red Devil teams and in clubs ,ILNIORQ WHO WERE ABSEINT when mdnldual plctures were taken are lL to Rl row 1 Karen bourley Evelyn Qmnth Karen Carrlmer Karen Paesage Patty Peak Janet Shxkany Carolyn bherrlll Row 2 W1lson Reese Marllyn N " BIG SNOW proud: noontlme fun for Holm: rt Neulneb Qtu John on Nara Pugelev 'Norm lla ha la Karen kllll lex and Larry Haug,l1t 15' 'vol "" 1-4. Lf' 'llontgomery James Todd George Pawloskl Claudla Stolze Patrxela 'Noxak Pamela Qmlth Robert Mahlka Row 3 Pe v Barnett Judy Kreb Jerry Dolph Larry Stelnbeck Pat Nlulchaw Dlck Durnal Imelda Pllarskl Betty Whlte K-Q D V' 1-np-I ., .ew 1 I 9 4- A ui'-Q 5 I 1 - - - N Y ' ' 3 , 'V ' . Q 4 . h 5, I WN, - x 5 . 'W lo -I r ' T af V 1 , fl lf ' . 4 1 . 4 fl V" I 5 l xr . v - Y. l v., . a gg' Y , S7 , v ' w S v v A ,', , ', I . ' L, 1, V -, ' 'v ' ' 'ff I ff' . 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Suzie served as president of her class during her junior year and is vice-president this.year. She was elected to the National Honor Society during her junior year. Charlie is president of the senior class, National Honor Society and Student Coun- cil. He also serves as Hall Patrol captain. He has won letters in basketball, football and baseball. Winners were Chosen by the faculty and class members for their outstanding good citizenship, scholastic ability and reliability. '3' pf I U . if' X f ll- at if fi' y ...' r i . C ff Nga 1 r is ,asia fly? Allen Wilcox Dennis Lyon Finalists in National Merit Scholarship Test Certificates of Merit for high performance in the Merit Scholarship Program were awarded to Allen Wilcox and Dennis Lyong this distinction is won by only half of one per cent of all secondary school seniors in the United States. 4 fe- 1 lflti' as .Patrick Saturday United Fund and Crime Prevention Posters Winner Judy Swendsen United Fund Speech Winner 114 EV wr., , be Marily Hill .lohn Philip Sousa Band Award 99 : 1 . ifii' 'Q isre Tia Dennis Nowfel Charles J. Bergstrom Art Scholarship Winner determinants in "WHO'S WHO" selection this year -fee-ee, 4-ga jx if N I i , - 4 , . ' K' ' .L , at-' fl' . 73 t sf V' ' l . 1' ' ' . L I Z.. All., MCHARLIEM Higgs, president of National Honor Society asks for project suggestions from members. Row 1 lL to Rl : Donna Scott, Roberta Reppert. Iiarbara Abraham. Steve Pohl, Beth Collins, Delvin Jones. Douglas Morrison. How 2: One of City's outstanding young scientists is Tom Hess. His projects have earned recog- ,,.,.l. nition on national, state and local levels. He was one of the eight winners in Indiana and one of the top 300 in the nation who won "honorable mentionu in the National Science Talent Search. Tom won lst in Michigan Cityls Science Fair in 1957 with a Study of Radioactivity Propagation. The exhibit consisted of a Van de Graff generator. cloud chamber, an X-ray machine. a fluoroscope and a geigerfcounter. With the addition of a counting geiger count- er, he entered the project in the National Science Talent Search and the Indiana Science Talent Search. For his national rat- ing of 'ihonorable mention". Tom was in- vited to attend the State Contest at Indian- apolis. "Radiation Hazard?', Tom's 1958 project consists of instruments for detecting radia- tiong it won Ist in the Michigan City Science Fair. Tom entered and won the grand prize at the Regional Fair in Valparaiso March 22. He will attend the National Science Fair at Flint, Michigan. in May. Nlaryann Roberts, Suzy Ferguson, Lance Hilberg. Chris Timm. Tom Hess, Fred lllissmer and Dennis Lyon. Students are elected into membership by faculty and student vote on the basis of scholarship, character, service and leadership. QQ Ja, 1 7 ' 4 fit 9 V , -Q '9' k I Q ,W , Elston High's top musicians earn 14 state and 32 Vi IINNING STATE AND REGION KL lst thi bra s quintet is compo ed of lL to Rl Cene Herrbach James Vernier ,led Gurti Niels Krue er and Robert Szeeholda ,led ,lim and Nick al o won Ists as a bra s trio in state and rc tonal FUR ll 1 TINTS who were rated tops at the re tonal cont: I are 41, to Rt Karen Gourlex Barbara Kemp and Nldflly Hill 116 STATE CONTEST WINNERS Finalists receiving Ist place awards in the state music contest held at Butler Liniversity, Indianapolis, February 15 included: ENSEMBLES ,led Curtis Nick Krueger larwo lit d 5 James Yernier l lj ace awar S Gene Herrbach Robert Szecholda Williain Bachmann Dennis Miller Fred Lieber Musical arrangements for the ensem- bles ucre by Jfd Curtis SOLOISTS Robert ,law trumpet Gene Hcrrbach trombone Clarence Timberlake, piano TOP TRU'Nll'F'I' TRIO who ranked 1 t at Laldorte and Indianapolis. are lL to Rl lhnni Nlillrr Fred Lubfr and William Bachmann At Laporte Bill and Dennis al 0 won I t a trumpet oloist Bill and Frer recened uptrxor ratin a a trumpet duet 1n the regional Conte t LKTF BULLETIN April 19 1958 llfllllll 'NIFRIXT E XTHER mon SPEBSQS4 Sf HOLLKRSHIP of S400 she plan to ma Jor in music at the Ea tman Srhool of 'Nlu IC ln Roche ter New York Bobbi ap pear ln lower picture on page 117 tsecond from leftl V , V, , , 7 .1 I . : s, s I s. s y . ff, y 1 5, ' - g ' - v , w' s ' 3 s Q ' "' ' 's' S- E I -. 5 P' 1 ' -:-. 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' ' 'Wi ifftfvfl?-ii' - af regional awards, gaining recognition for our school l J 'NIYRXN icenteri band ilirevtor at Cm con ratulate in lrununtal mu it luflent ratul a Quperior at the re l0Hdlw at LaPorte lL to RJ French horn duet John More than 1 O00 hi h Qohool IHUQILIHII competed in the Northern Indiana School Band Orchestra and Vocal Aisoclatlon Conteqt february o in La Porte bchools from Ihre area to be reprc entcfl lIlCll1KlG Nlieufran fits laljorte Rollinff Pralrie IHIOII Nll foolaprlnfr Twp fentcr Twp and Lal ro e It H5 Qtuflent of t Q U 'X lilil an Ctr ll true who partlupatecl ln the Contet recenul the couttd vor t Dixmon laupf I'llPI' fdllligl aisarf N in olo and en cmble Ulillplllllilll Heffional winner- xsc Ft then ellf lble to o on to the tate Lonte t is here 10 of the l9 placed fir t af alll llazardou hlf hisax prfwntefl an auto trip ruth 'N r lclxsarcl Will to lIlfllZiIi'lIJ0ll tate eonteet or Darren Weber Bnbbl Nlfrrmeather and flarence Tunhc rlalte Homer er C larence decided to gjo alone x train and in n l t tllll lon IHIIIIU 'NEWNUINP XTQH announm ment of rf ional mu IL con r flXl ion ra 1 rear ln Nlr Emlmarfl Wtll to wocali I Darren Weiner anl liohlu Nhrriwtallnr and pxani t Llartnne Tlnllnrlalte f.,,,f-...J Ili 'T r 2' 5 " S s x L .fb- Harri anrl Nlarma Foar trumpet Qolomt Karen 9hxreQ and Rnlnrt Jai elarmit quartet qharon Peclue Pat fatee Yir mia Uclmler anfl Carol White -2 s.'X L M-+ 3 al X ,- A L 1 D k, tl l '. ,. v , ' .' g S 's A ' , : , '. 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Wx 'X 'if' Delvin Jones Yalcdictorian ,."'3v'-'P SCROLL llntvrnational Honor Socit-ty for lligh Fvhool Journal- Nanvy Kunke-l lwho is also Nf'vvs-llispatvli Tl'f'll-sl'l'IlC Editorj, Elstonian Edi- l tor Nlarily lli l and lhisine-ss Editor llc-nnis Lyon. Students in the uppf-r quartm-r of Ihr- cla-N. doing supf-rior work in journalism and having principalis and arlwiwrl reL'on1ine'ndation. arc' vonfizlm-rml for mvm- lx-rship. Appl Society at lo ications must the-n ln: approu-rl hy thu exec-utiw secretary of the wa University. 118 5.- Dennis Lyon Salutatorian FIRST SEMESTER Senior Boys Abraham Ayad Dan Goldman Delvin Jones Dennis Lyon Douglas Morrison Stephen Pohl Christopher Timm Allen Wilcox 95" N N I ,av f V ,Q Y, HONOR ROLL Senior Girls Barhara Abraham Barbara Foldcnauer Marily Hill Patricia ,lohnston Maryann Rohr-rts Judy Swendsc-n Donna Volk Many scholarships and awards will he an- nounrf-tl late-rg those- listvd in this section invludt- thc- latest axailahlv information hc-fore: our Elstonian deadline, March 15. 4100 of our '58 class plans to .. I , YJ, , A!! 11 WORKING TOGETHER. senior ollieers Sue Ferguson lvice-presidentl. Charles Higgs lpresirlentl and Roberta Reppert tsecretaryl make plans for class projects. attend college Suddenly' we were seniors and like those before us. we were ready to assume posi- tions of leadership. ATHLET- IC seniors led the teams to vic- tory. bringing glory to ill.C. High. C.-XY seniors inspired school spirit with cheers and led the marching band down sweltering streets and muddy football fields. CONSCIEN- TIOLKS seniors set the policies for student government and attended Rotary meetings. DRANIATIC seniors presented HAnd Came the Spring." SMART seniors buckled down and concentrated on various scholarship tests. Suddenly we are graduat- ing! All the studying and the gaiety of City life are behind us. Wie are on the threshold of adult life and are ready to ac- cept the challenge. 40" CHOOFINC ANNOUNCEMENTS, senior steering-commit Dana. Fue Ferguson. Tom Hess. Charles Higgs. Judy ,lo- tee members work with class sponsors Blr. Harold Wegnf-r sf-ph. Carolyn Kuszmaul. Bobbi Nlerriweather. Dennis Now and Xlrs. Jeanette lfrquhart. xl!'llllIt'fr are llarbara Alara- fel. Dennis 0'l.eary. Roberta Reppert, Sharon Roark. ,lean- ham. Tim Armstrong. Don Groch, Dennis Baker, Cynthia nine Sam. ,lumly Schliephake, Chris Timm and Allen Wilcox. 119 From the flrst -Q' 7-.1 35. 44-0 'Q Y 'Ss' '5 N-V 1 tai class of 3 In 1871 to 322 In 1958 IHRIHRX 'KRRXHXXI Honor Qcwtv 2 'S rcr1n 11n11ttrv 1' Pl y FlSl0Tll!1l1 t N ot 1 111 2 1 once Sopll rty f R L s Jay JXXIES XFEXIH J Nr fhoru 1 2 3 Ru 2 Ntu1lentCoun11l1 2 lila1l1fr1ar 1 2 So Clloru XIXRX XXX XFORIFHXQ qoph Choru Jr Qr Lhoru 2 3 qopl1 Party Il lllTH XHLC RlXl T1Il11 2 ,lr Const' IO ' as r F0111 141111 C 01111111 10 Pl lhrlm 1 2 Hall Patrol 1 Sr Play SXNDRX XXDERNOX R111 Cro 1 Hall Patrol 2 3 Trl H11 3 THOXI V- ARXISTROXI Patrol 1 2 H Y 3 Pan Anurlfan l a uf' 2 Jr Concf 10n urrnt founul 2 0 Stu lllllllllfl IK 0111 r r oru Z lSla1l1f11d1 2 Sr llaw .lr Hotar 1 ABR KH XXI -XX AD DON XLT! 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NADINE FOWLER-Latin Club 2, 3: Jr. Conces- sions: Cadet Teaching 3: Paint Spots 1: Red Cross 15 Sr. Play. ERIC FRANSON ANNE FRASER - Dablites 2. 3: Student Council 2, 3: Steering Committee 2: Crimson Comet 2: .lr. Play: Jr. Prom: Homecoming 3: Jr. Concessions: Canteen 2: Red llerbies 1. 2. 3: Monitors 2: Sr. Play. . J 9 'Q Er S, KI.. if ff Q27 'AI' 127 C.A.A. private pilot lifense and Mooney Mite 1125 M.P.H.J HAM SHACK is operated by Ralph Williams flicensed by were received by Paul Wilhelm on his 1Tth birthday. 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Party: Student Coun- c'l I 2' Jr. Play' Jr. Prom' Hall Iatrol 2' Moni- torg 3' Sr. Play' Jr. Rotarian. DENNIS 0 LEARY -- Soph. Party: Jr. Prom: Steer- ing Committee 3' Hi-Y 2' Student Council 1. 'ST -1' wi' ,sf gn P' Ji , 41 Q J. ,pa , .,,. 135 C65 Q ,gi .qnf 'WY 1 f 'M'h'g C'ty'b t'fI't dld .': ' ' . 5 g . 3 gb 2. . . , 1 . . . V W' 5' l'l.,-C. .' '- a . ..: "cv J .1.': U: U. z Q, , Cr fs235twl- 'C -'I1,2gJ.C 'ss' sg L't- 'Q J , 01'-I ,v.?: I, I. q.-:ILS i ,115 Bas: Y 5- X- " 3... 3 . . . x DENNIS NIOSHER 5. ,K ' Y ff 1 .'.g,P1,' ' ' ' I f " M "l' ,A H' be .aff A A ' """"' 0 ."- . g ' V H ' ' ' V v 5 ' 2. Al 'fa I ' at , , r I , N 1 v Q 1 4 1' ' , . , 13 f N I ' s 0 . , . , , 5, ,K f N .cf 1 H .Y - , , , , V D ,wh , Y 1 1 . 1 Y 'K ' ggi? 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'U .. - ri- , , : . . . . gh I ll Q .1 . . , - ' , .1 ' :Vs swing with play, prom, banquet and . graduation J I ' NTORP X f u11 rx X 'S N ph P rlx jr lr0111 FHXILL NLRNN X Y 1 I 0111 Noph I rtx if 1011 IHHLFXE NYY XNNON i nfl I lr1111011 X11 or N ll ar 1 IJITH NW ENDNEN I 1 J I 14 ru it1111t N1 I 1 1 5 r lro Nr 9 1 i1XRi KH K N7H XIIXOXY Nixl l11c111ett Nopl1 lartx THTXXLOR T1H1H1 Ril hr ET THONI KN N ph thorn 1 1 10r11 f RFNNFTH THONIPNUN 1111 Il rom Iilt1Lkfr1ar 1 Noph I rtx N 1 XXINIPRLD FHONIPNUX 1 11X 0 r 1 L 1 Mr P dX R11 NIOND THORPL i p N111 it 3 CHRI TOPHER TIXINI Honor Patrol 2 .111 XIII! r11.1n ea ut 0111 N 1 1 N 1 1 0111 In 3 u111 Club 3 Rm i 1 N JITH TOLLH 'I 1 I1 011 mn 111 Llub 2 r 1111 1 er 1 1 ax KXREN TRXNR faciat TvaLl1111 3 Umm NI: 1 1 r I N Lim No 1 fhoru H 1lParml1 F I3 X 2 Lrim 111111 3 r P131 1 c r1ar 5 1 ,Ir Iro111 Noph Parlx RILXN TRLNK C X 'K 2 3 Red Dar 2 Noph Iartw Nlomlor Z 5 ii XRBXRX TL EL Noph Choru T H1 'I 2 3 r onw ,I P aw ,Ir I r m Noph Parts Red Derlne 1 2 3 1- vfv 'leaf .J its 'GR "C" 3 Cleaning our lockers for the last time, we plan trip av' 0 1 " 'V ' Q- ' 75- ', if ' ,' 5,56 Q ., VX is fy Q! It 55 , mfg, 2 ff? uv gr "' 4 -v A I vi , - x "" ' 1 , ,gjfx 2 5 3 VN, . Wir' Q f 'fl 142 EAGLE SCOUTS Jack Lindenmcyer, Delvin Jones and Bill Beecher plan to take a camping trip in the Florida Everglades this summer. Full of zest for out- door fun these scouts look over the map of the Phil- mont Scout Ranch 1127.000 acres of the Great Plains and Rocky Mountains in New Mexico? where they spent one summer together. M ARY JANE TURNER - Monitors 2, 3. SANDRA ULRICH - Reel Derbies 1, 2, 33 Red Cross 33 Dahlites 1, 2,'33 Homecoming 2, 33 Dance Band 13 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3g Soph. Partyg Jr.-Sr. Chor- us 1, 2, 33 Sr. Play. NORMAN UNGURAIT DANIEL URBANSKI- Hi-Y 1, 2, 3g Football 1, 2, 33 Track 1. 2. DONNA YOLK? -Latin Cluh 2, 33 Red Derbies 1, 23 Jr. COHi'BSS10I1SQ Paint Spots 1. VIRGINIA YOLSTORF-F. ll. L. A. 33 Jr. Con- Cl'5Si0llS1 C. A. A. 2, 33 Student Store 2. RONALD WACIIOWSKI - Monitors 1, 23 Hi-Y 2, 33 Foothall 1. 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 3g Cadet Teach- ing 33 Sr. Play. CHRISTEL WACIISNIUTH'-Latin Club 1, Slip Sticks 13 Soph. Party3 Red Derhies 1, 2g Monitors 1. C.-XROLE W'El,l.5-G. A. A. 1, 2, 33 Red Derbies 1, 2. 3g Baton Club 13 Jr.-Sr. Chorus 23 Jr. PlaY9 Jr. Prom. obs and ummer fun on our wonderful beach! IIARLENE WEXCLAFF-Tri-Hi'Y 3g Red Cross 3g C. A. A. 33 Red Derlmies '1. 2. 3. LXRRY WIEYCEK XLLENI WILCOY' .Ir Prom Qteerm Commlttee 2 3 Hall Patrol 2 Cro Country 1 2 Ba eball I 'National Nlertt Sc holar htp Flhallsl PXLL WILHELNI 0 the tra 1 Golf 1 3 Dance Banc 1 PHILIP WILL KRD RX PH WIILINNIS A V A12 3 .I Con tons Jr Play ,Ir Prom Thesprans 2 3 I'orum Club 3 Sr Ilay Homuomm Nlaster of Cere momes -u-1 JI J' WLM GETTING AN EARLY TAN semors enjoy beautrful Lake MlChlgRH and the Interlude between hlgh school and col gcu- i- 1 XQA lege Semors plctured are Karen Woss Sue Ferguson Tun Armstrong Joe Rybxclu Dennxs Nowfel and his younger brother Brran qc jr! 4-3Q"'s. QX 5 v I 1 gy, Q I I . 1 . Q ., g t 3 1 : ss ' , 5 S 9 I , , , s . 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Teac n 3 Jr Irom Noph larlx HOHIELOIIIIII .3 Red Der I S Nr ' NELINX WINTHOFF Jr Sr Chorub 3 Office en fr b A l'RI'DFRlFK WOOD nd I 3 Drum 'Nlajor 2 'I lllavkfriar l'l Jr Irom Nopi lartw blCtI'lIl Conmiillu Z Nr Plav If I' NX OOD 'NI dri I 2 Jr Sr Chorub 1 ri KXRILN WOSQ TiIIiX 3 F Comp ion Jr Plav frim on Comet 3 Jr Prom Nopll Party Red Derlnc 1 2 3 hr Play DON XLD W OZNI -Xlx RICH ARD VCOZNIAK Ba eball 2 3 JUDY WRICIIT Tr1H1Y 1 Soph Party U Derlnesl 2 Jr Prom WILLI UI WRIGHT SXNDRX YEEQE J gr fhorua 2 Jr Prom' Soph. Party' Rf-rl Derbiesl 2 3. ROBERT ZEZULA - Golf 1 2. ROBERT ZONYK GRADL' XTING SENIORS NOT IICTLRED ARF Edwin Black Paul Ilurklow William Cinther Jer- ome Jurcilc Gerald Kee-ne David Laughlin Charles Meizer Philip Niemzyk Sandra Popard Michael Rowe Joseph Schomaker Roger Wolford John Wozniak. MID S0 aw ' ' 1 ' , 1412 ? ,f 5 I Iv 6 AT M. 0. IIIGII ENDS Y P L ww, 'ns S ab ,Q-,minimum , M Sn., Vg QQ " A ' I f 4 'il' I gm. I I . g Y 4 ,lj ff WL , . U I mi "1 7 gn, . ' I 495 ' x l A iivq I s Smart to be a Thrift Clubber rift I, uh -- - . ' r ram, mn-sv N S:-mor IXIPIII me-r ' rift fun 'Q .' Nix- 5 'Q' www- 'i. III , -5- -r il 'ggx :ir IIILIY g' 5 Thri Club II:-adquar r- Q. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS and Loan Assocnahon of La Porte County ,A X i f ' ,3fZ2.4..z',31 ' '. wh f' I ' ' " '+ 3" 7.1 :Q ' if-f1,. . 7, 1w',gQ.A! ,f lux' 1 ,Y A I . ,,,43.,q,. .I '-,',f.,:, -T ,w b 1' vi T Business in Flashing neon lights, smoke stacks belching forth smoke, factory whistles blowing and the din of traffic are all an important part of OL'R LIFE. Our parents work hereg we have summer jobs and part-time jobs. Soon we will take our places as a part of our working community . . . building new homes, buying groceries, cars and furniture. We are grateful to our advertisers for their sincere interest in OUR LIFE, as well as their financial support. We ask you to remember those who have helped to make our ELSTONIAN possible. ! 'ff' ,.f1-fe 'E ry ' ' ! - . AJ ., W 4 ,A ix ' KX 4 7 f . ' ' I ' ,g' A bf 1 I ' ' - ,Q Q , if ' - Ewzig J ' A - u , . , V ' x I, 5 A mm' Q Q-.. :iw A 4: 42 1 V' 1 is . M :' " - M 1 , 2 s , ,.. Y .QH . uf ,.. a. x Al. A I ' Z ' S . W , J PHMLE ' if Q ., S 5 . W' QV J i N 1 v WM x 1 -' 3 N-. , .. 4 , 5 ef nw, I 'Q . k j ' ffl 252 l Q M f V 5 . 5 ' ' .A .. I P s , fav hr I 5 C i x Q " 1 1 ' -4 ,'v,g,:zg,, . v- .1 -If : NI? -in J t Nb A Z' 'NV ,go-Q. RP 'VIENIBI' RITNC their rade school claws at I' astport Qenlorb Howard Potter and Tom Darman are proud of the Pastport I rade Srhonl sshlth wa bullt by Schunlaker Con Qifllhllllll lm SFRVAINTS FOR YOUR BLIIDINF PROBIEMS 1 Ln1:q9!u""'uQI1:Lnmu LI IQ CONSTRUCTION INC. C LLYYIG. ETL GENERAL CONTRACTORS Eos? Mlchugon Street of Wcrnke Road TRlclngle 4 3218 149 Q "xi lf ,.-f5ff'A f "T, X . ' I -ff ,, 5,-s-"Y H V' N .Hx v yin.- Y N fx 'C A v' 1. 1- f'."' ' R R V: ,, , 1 '- ,. ' ' " -- ' .r .V p ' ,sr .,- Q , Ov 35' 1 '- it . ' Er. 'ANA' -iJ!t'....." WLWC 71 A' 3' r Y ,. V :I ' V ' -s f- .-,M MW-N--wb-N ..:"' K " v' '1 ff ,Mm ' ' ,-, ' 4- v . 'V-I-,..ff. 3 3,5 av' -'-R' ' , -it - f R ' QQ-:uf-1xf,'s.M4 it f,.p,ghw,i,'Q.L " " V -I 3 ' 2 g J' . M tl .v- . A' ' ' ,' ' La . V R 1 5 - . - ' I 4-55 ' I. , - f"'ti,""T' ' , M 1 ,li f'.:g94m."f - ' ' A . ,. 5 Y , ,,,,., I f- A' 1 ,, , - 75 " qgbgiflbej'-'Ld --G-f f ""' ' ' , N , . , . L ' W - Q . i 1 Ji 1 J J g , I , A . . , ' , . 1 ' f 1 ' ' ' - ' '. , - 1 1 V J ' ' 1 1 I 1 1 .4 7 ' Y A 1 . V , WE! J SOLBERG'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS Corner of 8th 8. Washington Streets PV 3: GAIL WINSKI chooses her first orchid for the Prom from a wide variety shown by Mrs. Evelyn Solberg cis Bill Riggs looks on. OUR 515' YEAR ef? Eb ann OIIN I-QRICKSON helps Nancy Pugh and Pat Carman self-ct a gift: always a pleasure at Olsen Sa Ebann Jewelers 37" 130 ' Z1 lt's time for Summer fun . . . When school's out . . . summer fun begins. Smart kids head first for Ohming's Sportswear Department for the cutest things for play. Judy Schliephake in her new Rose Marie Reid swimsuit proves that glamour and style go hande in-hand at Ohming's. 0HMING'S .... 522 Franklin Street 231:29 ,IUSHPH CZqXNlJlfRN.-X presents the latest in watt-lws In Donna Yulk. "I just know she'll like it, Don!" says Donna Lundquist. "Aw-w-w-w-w-w!" is all Don Groch f-THE Bots IVIIO .4I.lV.4YS can Soy' TREAT YUL' RIGHT" C and N Jewelers Community Cfqff John H. Vail. .lllanagvr 1011 Franklin Street TRiangle 2-1646 ol Qs ra-if .. S K SMITH 2857 Northwestern Avenue Chlcago I8 Illlnols X. OUR CHOICE AGAIN IN 58 IS A MALLOY MADE COVER BY S K SMITH' Yearbook staff mem bers decnded at Natuonal Scholasttc Press Assocuatlon Conference at the Conrad Hllton Hotel Chlcago August 23 I957 Plctured here are IL to RJ Stephen Pohl Edutor Dennis Lyon Buslness Edntor Barbara Abraham and Barbara Foldenauer class edltors and Douglas Morrison Sports Editor HERFF JONES CO George Kingsley Representative 1407 1419 North Capltol Avenue DIANAPOLIS 7 INDIANA OUR CHOICE FOR 20 YEARS STEVE POHL and MARILY HILL model theur class rmgs lvl 0 c I ....- W Br 7 , 1 , f , r - E . I f , ' ' I ,. - J A 'I '- . 35 ,. I 4 r - I.. X I ,I y Q 'I '13 'V . 'kr vr f - ' , r, A I I . 5+ y ' r , .' A "N: Il I II - . . . . . . in . I I . . I . I . I . I I I I ' I I IN , ll ll 'Nd IL! I x . 59,41 X x IEANNINE SAM models a beautxful formal while Dennis Nowfel smiles obvious approval. RATE A DATE WITH A FORMAL FROM THE WW f- SPAULDING SHOP ' KJ x u!?A?CHlGAN CITY INDIANA I ITS REAL NEAT cmd cz bcrrgcun too' Sue Wmskr scrys to Karen Kne1s1ey as Sherry Long sales lady cwcnts the-1r dec1s1on MONTGOMERY WARD FASHIONS APPEAL TO CITY HIGH TEENAGERS MONTGOMERY WARD 8a CO 719 FRANKLIN STREET TR1cxnq1e 47241 MICHIGAN CITY INDIANA 1 4 11 1 - n . . . I ' I - , . ' I J ROSES FOR OUR QUEEN by Wrighf's JOE WRIGHT presents beautiful roses to our Homecoming Queen, Roberto Reppert. WRlGHT'S FLOWERS, 1004 Eos? Michigan New -1-1.1.1 - .L-1 W fkwz, . .inf--... , rom.,-an-0 W u -Q ,f fm 'Q 44 if Wm ,V , it 'mv 9 f ,fm Alam, Y, v 'WA 'Mn'-ax, , gllt' Wviruekil munx fliwruie frflm Viix firlfl rr-liai- m ilu- -xv-Ilvrixvg Mui! Ill Hn- fllflll-Hlflffvlll IH: , E ' X 3' lI1tliHf'4i In TUNN XXI? l1l,XXfx. ,fur TONN 8m BLANK, INC. Franklin Street of Bridge 'ffx Q v4 Bt EEE' 5' A new ON THE BEACH as Well as at home theres 7Up Ieom Frehse Chuck Sp1nn1ng Patty Bacon George Rogers Marxcmne Blank and T1m Armstrong agree 7 Up 1S a real thxrst quencher' Nothing Does It Luke La Porte County Beverage Company Inc 505 ChIcago Street TRIangle 47465 MICHIGAN CITY. INDIANA lm ' j.-A ' f Q q V I ' W , bi' . I D ' - X 554 , Q. H I 1 X v , - X W Ixwvawmmwmof I , V t tifqf , V Q+"Z!! ' VN- A r ' 'r"'1""'s I , QI H' is , il v - A A :np ll X ' C llllfgnn-mI9?' - - ,1'x f: 'I-vs., -.0-Q. 1 - I I I A f I - H - - If . O 9 I I ' YOUR GIRL WILL "SMILE ON YOU", too, if you get your new clothes at CUSH G. LAMBKA MEN BOYS SHOES APPAREL 807 Frcrnkhn Street BOY THAT S A NEAT SUIT' Pat Haczck says to Fred L1eber as Charles Lcrmbka odyusts the su1t COMPETENT PRODUCTION STAFF modern shop and complete foculmes moke Northern Indiana Steels Fabrncahng Plant the most complete In thus area NORTHERN INDIANA STEEL SUPPLY COMPANY INC CORYMBO ROAD TRlc1ngle 2 5589 Io ll I ll , . - . I o I I , . 'Q' D BY ROIQIL C'0II,IlI-I.YD we we-rv sf'lc'1'tc'rl hy hvr Iioynl llighnvss. liolwrta Hoppe-rt. qliw-n of Ihr- Ilome-A coming. to take hor oIIiciaI senior photograph .... a ri-ul honor for which we are prourl. Also wi- appro- ciate- thx' many svniors is ho svlvctc-cl our studio for their class pictures. Harold V. Olsen Photographer 421 Franklin Street PORTRAITS. WEIJDINCS, CANDIIJS AND INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY P.fzss::2I:fi'f"M' KN at gl, am I IIT 'Lt "I THINK I PREFER THIS RACKET," says John "I HAVE CONFIDENCE in prescriptions Elle-rl at Franklin Kubik 10 Clerk, James Lindemcn, Pharmacy." says Christy Clements to John J. Xlarfzalek. owner. FOR THE BEST IN SPORTING EQUIPMENT LET US SERVE YOUR NEEDS AT THE Three pharnzacists on July at all times R 8 E Franklin Phqrmqcy Corner of 4th and Franklin Street 1517 Franklin sireef TRIGHQIG 2-7697 TRiqngIe 4-8712 TOPS IN QLYALITY AND VALLVE. D ,hs ummm SAVING REGULARLY has become a habnt with George Rogers and Garna Meyer Cnty IUDIOTS who are maklng deposits wlth Asslstant Cashier Norman Zeese YOU can follow this example too by havnng a savlngs account at the First Natuonal Bank YOU wall be glad you dad FIRST NATIONAL BANK FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 515 Franklnn Street MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA 160 4 i - ' X ,jr 'I X! XX ' , , 6 I, We yt I I , . X f XZ-, 2' ' TH gs-C ' ,.J"" .2.,is1.,Xj iv-L., ,,, -- , -Aw xv A. "Thx - - ... H- ' , ' ,,,-ff' if " Q I s.,.,, - z., - F V K , Mm., .- , . Mk... -.. J Ir If , I ,Mai ff ff Q ' 1 M. I MQW 1 .-1, f ip!! -iksbixs 1----. , - 'VJ ,,--IQ . vi- ""- ' 3 .w....M I f'5 IVITII SPRING Wvlf.-XTIIIfR and IIN: Imlossmning flowz-rs. wnnv III? 0onvQrIiIJIcS. It-s f x then a young xnan's fancy turns tu tImugI1t5 of .... Iung rifles IIIFUUEIII the countrvside. ' - Jerry I':IlyCHfI.Ci1II5 for Xlariannc Blank tu gn fur a driw. ENYEART CHEVROLET INC. 225 EAST MICHIGAN TRiangIe 4-7217 MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA TQ'-Q it FOR THE VERY BEST IN BOATING "BY GEORGE!" GoerG Boats 8. Motors 83 N. Franklin Street and Washington Park Yacht Basin Dial: TRiongle 2-7474 'H' 4"'.-,' .' -mu. NLMQYG - H I M ' " "" 'vzrrmr'-'.. - -4'rJp.. W-, . -.W JERRY ENYEART and MATT GOERG take first boat ride this season in Jerry's boat which he purchased at GoerG's Boats 81 Motors. .Dawg ' 9 ,gi 5--+,.tQgf Beebe's Sporting Goods .., -.. - -up - - if .gr-1 - , V ' Complete Line for All Sports 'M FISHING LICENSES 913 Franklin Street TRiangle 4-3975 4 -yd of 1.-,. --A. . :l5.:2.:g f Af - A ET ,,f..,, , ..:1,en x T: B A X ' .ii OUT FOR A BIG CATCH in Lake Michigan, '12 Phil Silcox and Len Shank load their boat -X at the basin. 162 N rf AAU 6' WHERE THE BRIGHT SUN SHINES or where DIGGER are Bob Bla1r Sandy Pepple Char11e the hghts are low Coke 1S the hte of the party Lambka Ilm Flora Manlou Black and Barbara Enjoymg Coke after a crulse on the good sh1p Bacon Slqn of Good Taste COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 1007 East Mrchxgan Street TR1angIe 4 5281 MICHIGAN CITY INDIANA 163 . "f f - I . . ' A - :R I , . , 4 R. lr' Q h -- .P , Q' A X , , , " I 7 ,I . A f J 'Y ' gwmf' ' K 2 'F ' ' ' . ,- I J 45 - f' I 1 g F i f-5 ' H, .1 2.1ff3.'. :- 3 A iifvsf --fr -11 '-'. I lr, L,'. I x If A S, A yf' M 'I , I , 1 f 5' . fy . . . I . I I . I . I ' I I . . . ONE OF THE MANY M. C. High School Seniors who prefer pho tography by Weber WEBER STUDIO 1711 Franklin Street POSING for portrait by Weber is Iane Holmes, senior at City. II5 Franklin Str B-K PRODUCTS INC. eet TRiangIe 4-7860 MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA ..-W . I ,f.,,f y 1 - -' '. f ,Er kr , a 16: q , 4' rv 4, . 1, - I B i:Iiflff jg ' K .f ff -141' f' '.,,.'-H -ff + "ONE STOP WE ALL MAKE beach is B-K's North End Root Beer Stand", agree all high school students. Carhops at work are MM" Donna Scott and Barbara Beaver. S on our way to the D 164 my S XX VNC FOR X COLI FCE FDI I XTION Barbu 1 Poldenauer and 1 Arm trun makg one of tl ll JI N F xt tlu Nl XX l IN I WOOD OFFIK I i f f 1 " 'lIZi' 'Y e erchants National Bank 5 u n Off 60 F S e 9 Edge ood Office 3235 F kl n S7 ee! Membe F D I C Prmters of Award Wmnxng Yearbooks Including THE ELSTONIAN l i -E' PAUL BROWN EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT AND ART DIRECTOR dlscusses ine quality of 2 color Ilthographlng press with CL to RD Beth Colluns Dennls Lyon Manly HIII and Steve Pohl advertfsin g 7 sales Promotion- 208 SPRING STREET MICHIGAN CITV INDIANA PLANNED DESIGNED PRODUCED 166 SHIIP AT SEARS AND SAVE AT SEARS A POPULAR PLACE for hugh school cor owners Carl Kush Don Henrlch and Kelth Burklow select hugh quality outo ports "PENS MAKE GREAT GIFTS," comments Don Goldman os Jud: Crawford and Jean Johansen choose from o wude selection of pens 167 OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY 725 Franklin Street TRlangle 4-7297 TYPEWRITERS ADDING AND CALCULATING MACHINES OFFICE FURNITURE STATION ERY FOUNTAIN PENS GREETING CARDS AND OFFICE SUPPLIES N4 .- 802 Franklin sf. TRiangIe 4-4291 ' GRIEGER S cLorHnNG STORE Dress rzghl you cant a ora' 1101 lo Mnchlgan Cnty s Largest Store for Men 525 Franklm Street TRnangle 4 6273 WE KNOW GOOD CLOTHES when we see them You can alwavs find a lar e selec tion at Crlegers' say 'Niarlly Hill and Dennls Lyon to Mr Walter J Leverenz l SUSIE FERGUSON leads a cheer for her photographer of the year X"-Jw PHOTOGRAPHY 416 Franklin Street CA VERAS AND SUPPLIES TRlangle 2 3922 166 I . D , J? , . .5 . ' . ,,, ' W . l -rf' 1' i ,Q 1 I 1 L , . M . , . I 1-,-5 Z HOME 5 ' ' -it gy OF , OWNED RCA AND VICTOR OPERA TED TV LIVING EARLE COLOR PAPINEAU l LIKE COLOR TV but ld settle fo th s po tablel says Da ren Weber to Judy Pap neau KORNS TV AND APPLIANCES INC 1601 os FRANKLIN STREET Tnmngle 47279 A 91332 LANNY HILBERG DEVOURS hrs favorute sandwich a Bug M as Luz Allen enloys a club sandwsch at the MEM Dnve In a favorite spot with clty kids Its the M 8 M Dnve In The Place to Meet and Eat M 8. M DRIVE IN M 81 M DINER 1608 East Mlchlgcn Street 920 Franklin Street TRnangle 4 4565 TRlangle 9 9997 169 -Q "-A. ' " , ' r i r " r i . I , . ' , 3' ff Z Y - . - 4, 7 ' , I , i , ' N ffl' t ' ' ' -Ls.. Q Q M 4 ' r . . M , ,. ,,, , , . -, Mx SX . . . H Q I ,I . - I I . . . . . . , . , . . 'a-ff. .. 7 1 ' R ..1::f'gM,,:,...,-V., An-sfrri " 'V .. Jg,-J.J j5-WJKI 'ff SHARON ROARK AND RICHARD H school to make an appointment with contact lens progress check. rf'-ffzv 'G' ,,,,' :,a- . 1 UTMACHER come in after DR. B. H. KAPLAN, optometrist, is shown here making an ob- Mrs. Clarence DeVaux for iective examination for refraction for William Pollnow, City senior. ITU il'- SELECTION OF PROM GLASSES is uppermost in the minds of Jeanene Briese and Donna Scott as they look over our complete line of modern eye wear for all occasions. :lfl v. PROCESSING AND GRINDING LENSES to prescription, techni- cian Charles Thompson explains techniques and equipment used in the surfacing department of our modern laboratory to Douglas Morrison. 41 L..b-"Es "A LOT OF WORK goes into one pair of glasses!" remarks Marolyn Lewis to technician Everett Talbutt in the finishing de- partment as he shapes and sizes the lenses to the frame. OFFICES OF DRS. B. H. KAPLAN AND J. L. LAFOUNTAIN COMPLETE OPTOMETRIC SERVICE Most modern available equipment is used throughout the office All glasses are properly checked through the lensometer and an electronic device for precision workmanship Lenses may be hardened in specially heated oven under 13000 F according to government standards 123 East Eighth Street lil Tmqngle 4-3295 I N1 lbw 'TP' is-A., --Sz 1-"""""' X R t IS scale model of Pullmans cost oxer S00 000 to bullcl sax ,led Curtls to frlends Nlck lxruc cr Ileftl and Gene Herrbdch Pullman Standard Car Mfg Co 719 Wabash Street TR1angIe 4 7221 Maw vl""" DON HAUSER IS showmg Carolyn Kuszmaul ILL TAKE THIS BOX says Bull Kolb to Delores one of the many selections of Iockets Evans RECORDS 2Of OFF AT ALL TIMES PRESCRIPTI DIAMONDS WATCHES AND ELECTRIC ONS APPLIANCES Effluent and courteous servlce crown Jewelers Wrlkes Drug Store 1011 Franklm sffeef TR1ongIe 2 6446 lol? F'C'nkl"' Sneel TR1angIe 2 3232 112 J, 1 , I 'Sf . , fl Q lil xkll I N-E I s 'K I 5 5, A . . IEW? ' I' -, , A fe- 1 k I I f . A as 52+ A. 'R '11 A is ' X . . V 4 ,M , M-wg 1 'Q X r, X' W' 'lm xotx XE"x,,L , ' A 1. K 1 A ff""A"" - I L 1 I ' 'N "NO WONDE h' I ' - ' ' , ' I" js ' ' , ' 7 :gx r I iw. M 1 5 I 1 'I' I J . . 1 , V 1 '- , L f Q V I 'D 5 IZ- ,f , 1 I 1- ,, X W ., I I I, . Q 1 ' P I I 1- ff' ...ae - 0115? 4, E ' "' r ' . f-': "Q, A I h Y, f., 9 ' ' , 1 ,I I ' ' Il I II ' I O O I l u ' 1 DRIVE-UP" and "WALK-UP" BANKING Popular with STUDENTS Making Deposuf From Convertible I No Parkmg Problems I v.NDN,5"','1v-an. 7 XI XC 2 can x UI' X Bl 30 wh SAVINGS an CHECKING Accounts Handled Wnh Ease at the WALK UP Wmdow ws'-s,, 9"""f"iYf 'r Linda D avls ani 1 CIIHFIBS H6156 Q? 1,6 WI tlzens BANK or MICHIGAN cnv lNolANA MICHIGAN CITY LACIOSSC IGLUQ FILE! ME MBER FEDERAL DEPOS d WALK UP DRIVE UP an BANK WINDOWS OPEN DAILY 9 30 to 4 30 30 FRIDAYS 9 30 to 8 ATION IT IASURANCE CORPOR Ir O 0 BOTTOM LAYER REPLACED BY DRY COLDER Y' MR WHICH IN TURN PICKS UP ADDITIONAL MOISTURE ACCUMULATED MOISTURE 'X PRECIPITATES IN -J' ' -1 FORM OF SNOW "'?s.- 2 BOTTOM LAYER RISES X7 0 aonom LAYER or AIR racks ur Molsrune ,fp aecomes susmtv vmnmeo QQ INDIANA 6' f,-ff fit! rumors J-ff'-f,....-'If-" -114'-T Lake Mrthzgan 1---'FIU 44' -Clilp A---rg!--r-'Zed' Lf dw wlscousm Reason for Snowstorm Couric y of Clnca o Tr1I une Snowbound Mlchlgan Cnty s students enloye Because of freaklsh aIll10pl'lPI'lC cond1t1ons the Patrons blg storm struck the Mlchl an fxlts area Saturdax February 11th vslth unexpected furs 1 Olillllll., thou ands Manx of us looklng upo11 tht uolld of fleet 1 nom Qundax A IVI Itbruary 16th 'it beautlful suns f the IISLCHIII now blanketcd wonderland remem Clty IPGIISYJ rs dlrected tramc 'ind xolunteertd for Lltll defenf work AKINQIILUIUU xouthe built lo1t a11 1 Ioos ulnle otht rs spe 11t hour HILII Uunera books radlo HIICI LCIEXISIOII Adults were an 111 f the QCTIUU problem ahead tllr mg out seeur IDU food and futl bettlng to uork and keepln tht Iallll 1 bu 1 IIUIIII the perlod cf 1 olatmn INI'lIIW 111 16 rt IUOINJII Irr thxff faxs or lllfll o e mrs snow mound 111 III I 1111 ru areas for five or SIX day An emer tnq wa declare d bs Coxernor Harold Handley February 19th Im IIEIICCJPLPIS arrlxed starttd tht ll re C tllffl 1 Ins alfll t1n mln allfl I llttflfl u I 1 1 p e to 41 Illlllt A tI1e Nlltlll a11 Cm area returned to normal Ivso bl problems were the cue ne amount of mater from Illtlllll snm and 1 ht sefrs eau 111 LFHIIIC lams We ll ntwr for ct the ISIC SNOW and all tht wonderful me o ple ss ho xx orltt d o l1ard to make OI I I LRATION SNOWBOLND a ucce I POQTVR PRINTING SFRVICE 2IOI F1 'lllkllll 'St TRl3II Ie 99144 NI S TIIRIITTINIART NIILI11 an TI lan Ie 4 I 4 W A POI ITF PXINT S. WAIIPAPER F0 601 Flillllillll qt TRIHIT Ie 464 4 III NRI II NIBI R CO f 'wt Rnd 1 TR1a11 Ie 44264 PIONIIR II NIRFR X SI I PIX CO 320 I' 2nd qt TR1angIe 4 12 '3 IRFY RROTIII RS IINIRI R IO INC I I I nd of IIIII I 1Rl8Il It 4 129 IxIINOWlTf A BROWN IIICTRIC CO INC 2I1 Superlor St TR1an le 1300 I I FRI II XRD MOTOR CO Nllth an TRIHII If 44255 AI I XRQON BI ICK INF lI2 I: NI1ch1 all Street TR1an le 443 1 JOY NI XNI PACTI RING CO Woodland Au TR1a11 le 122 WII bON OIL COMP XINY Nllllll an Road TR1an Ie 426 , , i W V , , W vi Q f . 2 - - f Y - V f - V , f 7 , ..4 ' A i- ' i 1 - 0 o f OA 1 -Q-as F' - . -,. T S-.. T X Q 1 J 0 ' E 'f S 5 :..: 'B I 4 5 ,,- s . X 'O A . N... -.42 -- .',, ..-zg. r --A i i I Vg. Z? -. J, a , I V" " ar -- ' ' R I1'A ' ' .f Z' .3," . --- , -4 ' d ,Ah A V -- .i.-- i , , lffev " k, - I 4 2 ff S I -7 'Hx ,, , -- , A - Nap.. 112- . . A ' :U ,.,.A2f-I.. . .rn :.- -. 1. ..A - -:. 1.,,,'.fj1gQ2- I-,ra-.-.4 5-' 1 : A . Q, . g,1.'1r4 7' 'fig' A1 f . UA. I ,ft ' I i Y L -s I ' g 'J n I I , I I .k S . . . K x . V L I . .g I. Iv W, 1 7 T . T J , 'S ' U S- E '1 1 . . 1 l 1 J' . ' 1 ' ' 1 s ' 1 If ' . . 5 . . 3 1 ' .f- -S 1, 1301 11.1 '- 'gt Sn. 1' g TT , g' ' gr, s 1- , 1 ' , - , T bered a11d reread Whittier's SNOWBOLTND. - ' ' . ' ' ' A ' J . ' ', ' ' 0' . .' ' ff? . ' r. 1 1 ' T ' C I sl 1 . 1' ' s 1 ' 's ' 2 I . d 'g . 1 ' 1 . .. - s " 'L s. wth f. " gr ' g. - , ,1. . .:.' 12'-o ,, .V ., , M.S is Uivgl b 1 .,, ,. . . 1 1.-O - U 2 U - , I - U X I J. L . ' u. n we A s u Y F I IJ' s' ' sg 1 s . I. 1 4- - 4- - f , 3 4 1 . 1 1 I I A 4 I A . A A an . A- I-al I S Mt' ' llld . I " I I '. vig I S I 1 1 g X -J-1 1 s 111 1- - .1 'I I.1 Q1 if-aeh z I ral 1 .' 's. 1 1 1 1 7 ' 1 .1 1 U 1 511 " 1 s ? 11 ' 1 ' ' ' . ' g 4-'- and , ,'- S 1.41, , ,Hg 5- ' 'f' g 61 F X .. 1. z 11 -1 . I petl f. me ' '- ' g I 1- . fo nl. llIf'tlICIIIl' and sul - "III I3- A ' 'SI' SI- S ' " ' ' li s .' I -s. , . , 5 .2 A. 7 A . A V. .1 .J . . 1 . -0 . -g . 551, - A 19' S 'U 1 "g1-c' sg at: ' sg ,tl "1 E I 'I In s. 1 ' 1 19 I I' g 2- 1 . , ,, 51 . , M . , . , . . , , S , H Q- lf' L1 A ! 1 2 .I " ss. .'1'g ' g 2-"'1 '4 SNOWBOUND MICHIGAN CITY AREA FACTS Ice extended o 11 I1lllf'Q on lake Nllehlffan ata Qnoxs fall m Feb 52 m W nd xeloeltx Feb 1 31 NIPH md ssept drlfte 717 ft hl h and eub 1ero weather hampered non remosal 921 I'I1lll10Il loee to 111eh1,an Cltx ln I'61a11bUQl new Qalarlee properts damare Qnows remox al Co te and loee Ill manufactured :ood 3-ln major accldentb Feb 1910 Lon Beach had no lT1l1k no bread no bacon n eats Fe 4 Nlr Wm Comfold farmer dumped out 200 gal of mllk dallx Brlde and room lxlr and Mri Stanley Woz maki marooned H1111 200 bueets on ueddm m ht New DlQIJ'ltC1l eomes out on Monday desplte Qexere Lilllilltliilli Ind Bell Telephone had heasle t load QIIICC 1911 6 000 l mn, dl t'mee ealle on Feb 16 Ienele at Npauldm Hotel uae 4 fr ln d18I1'16t6I' a 1 t n Storm blamed for death of four men x1i'dlClllC and Quppllee were dellxered bx Qkle eoptere horeeback traetors and Jeeps WINID earned on Ill ht and day brmfvlng the lateet Qtorm newe South Shore tralne earned the bulk of tranepor tatlon on Qchedule most of the tlme Nlam walked to work throubh chest hlgh snow only cat naps 16 eouplee Stranded at 'Vlaeonlc Temple after Rainbow Formal Nlondax February 11 filet day smce the blg Qnow of 1914 lo that mall was not dellx ered vacation Feb 17 21 but were glad to return 'NIAN1 NIERFY XIISQIONQ were made hx one navy and four armw helleopters with food fuel meehclne and ram for cattle 61 people who were trapped ln thelr Snow Qealed homes were arrllfleel and taken to lloepxtala and emergence stauons Ira Copter were relea ed from re cue work m the Indlana 1JllZZiiI'f1 area Frlelax exe-nm February 21st X 43th K X X Brlgaele helicopter IS shown ae lt prepares to eleeeenel at a farm home February 19 iPhoto -lakh A A A Brigade! . up 1 x 0- . X A V - .4 .C . G I Y. S K. I. , , . - . e ff- 'se e . . Q Te l- ' e S. v . x 57 . U Y B 1. . ' ,X ' , , nl FT . I - ' " ' ' ' ' nd 8 f. lo g. Q XX S- - 7. . . g - , , 1 - ' ' S ' , ' . -e. C . .. ' U , . v 1 H S 5 W, U S. ' . A - . .g '7 . C. , . . M . M - . pq - 1 9 1 ' R ' . o 'ff - b. 1 . 0 lf 5 - - U - . . - ' ' 1 7 2 5, ' ' -, Q Several worked around the clock for 4 days wlth ' sc 11 O ' g - . -. ' ' - F ' . . Q. KT k Y . g . i. M L A M .U Q P . O .MSA lr e ' 4 ' ' .1 '- . 1 ' HQ L l I - i h . . V V' ..- U ' . .Y I Q u l s , . xx . , - ,F 11 3' if .dll ' ' A ,.i1'. ,'. Q. ' 1' " ' -s ' S 5 ' ' ' CHECKER CAB CORPORATION 616 W. 9th St. TRiangle ANDERSON'S ROYAL BLIQE GROCERY Sr MARKET 409-11 Chicago St. TRiangle 4-3844 81 CROWN GLASS Sr PAINT INC. 102 W. William St. TRiangle EIGHTH STREET CAFE 112 W. 81h St. TRiangle HIRSCH,S DEPARTMENT STORE 817 Franklin St. TRiangle DARMAN TIRE 81 AUTO SUPPLY 1115 Franklin St. TRiangle THE SUGAR BOWL 1407 Franklin St. TRiangle M. L. FERGUSON, D.D.S. 624 Franklin St. TRiangle KING S. JONES, M.D. 32315 Franklin St. TRiangle DONALD I. BORMANN, D.D.S. 303 Warren Building TRiangle Chicagn, South Patrons NORTHWESTERN TRANSIT INC. 4-3261 IYS Highway 20 TRiangle 2-7241 THE LADIES, SHOP 731 Franklin St. TRiangle 4-5757 4'31'5 DINGLER BROTHERS' MEAT MARKET 1907 Franklin St. 'I'Riangle 4-7545 44201 MAJOT FEED .T SEED CO. 127 E. 9th St. TRiangle 2-1566 99942 HAYS CORPORATION 742 E. Sth St. TRiangle 2-5561 9-9616 LA ROCCO'S RAINBOW CLEANERS 22211 1802 Franklin St. TRiangle 2-1866 COOLSPRING CITIES, SERVICE STATION 9-9874 S. Franklin St. TRiangle 9-9087 DWYER PRODUCTS CORPORATION 2.2552 Calumet Ave. TRiangle 4-5236 WASTE MATERIALS CORPORATION 2.4525 820 Union St. TRiangle 4-4281 WILLIAM R. BARTLETT-REAL ESTATE 2-2169 3309 Franklin St. TRiangle 4-6286 Bend, Gary, Hammond and Eas v s. ' 5. 'Q -. Il Q A I W- . . 4, - . -q.......w A A My , -W M A wfw .. W L-t 4.-f w,,, K S, , , I 2 7 A - A I uf- ',"b- an-A-f.2.'f 1 LOAVES OF BREAD-NO! Snow-covered cars were stalled OUR GOOD NEIGHBOR, CHICAGO, loaned us this big on East 7th street by Spaulding Hotel which was filled to rotary snow-blower which cleared the streets so Michigan capacity with snow-trapped travelers who were victims of City "movie gon-rs" could once again attend the Tivoli and the unexpected blizzard. tPhOto by C. Deneaul see their favorite movies. tPhoto by C. Deneaul 1 T6 .-of NZ 5.47 Q, Ll EVEN THOUGH SNOW BLANKETED Wllllams Boa Mart al ays open for buslne I says Harry Wllllams owner Th1s ns one of the most popular pot 1n our dunes area du ng the um er months iPhoto by C Deneaul hlcago came to our rescue without any pay JOSEPH A BECK DDS 702 Sprlng St TR1angle 4 6422 ALLEN E GILMORE DDS 301 Warren Bulldlng TR1angIe 21613 .IOHN .I KEMP MD 122 E zth St TR1angIe 44811 F H BURNHAM GLOVE CO 1602 Tennessee St TR1angIe 4 5205 KLBIK SOUTH SIDE HARDWARE 1908 Franklln St TR1angIe 4 6355 BALLARDS FLORIST 8. GREENHOLSE 132 S Roeske Ave TR1angIe 4 7425 SLISHERS CONOCO SERY ICE STATION 103 E 2nd St TR1an Ie 99021 CLARAS HAT SHOP 902 Franklm St TR1angle 44425 WILLIAM F LEVERENZ REALTOR 111 W 6th St TR1angle 2 0523 MLSIC SHOP 512 Frankhn St TRlangle 46900 CLEIVI SPYCHALSKI GROCERILS AND MEATS 1409 Franklin St TR1angle 4 3366 Patrons 171 BLOCKSOM 8. CO E wth St TR1angIe 4 3231 BLRC S FLORAL AND GIFT SHOP 906 Franklln Street TR1angIe 2 2210 BROWNIE S CRIDDLE 301 Franklm Street TR1angIe 99515 CHICAGO SOLTH SHORE 8. SOUTH BEND RAILROAD 114 E 11th St TR1angIe 44226 LOIVIBARDS CITIES SERVICE STATION 2214 Franklln Street TR1angIe 2 1725 PEZZI TO S FRUIT MARKET 2000 Franklm St TR1an Ie LIBERTY THEATRE 428 Franklm St TR1an le NEWS DISPATCH 113 W Mxchlgan St TR1an le CIPARES INSLRANCE AGENCY 111 W 9th St TR1an Ie RONNIES FOOD SHOP 2416 St Lawrence Axe ILBU TR1anCIe MICHIGAN CITX PXPLR BOX CO 1206 Plne St TR1an Ie 2 2620 4 3616 4 1211 4 3269 9 9836 9 9.300 , -le rf. - ' .. I A X ,I 'S A ' -4- K k ' ' 'Q 'fu , '1,. A.. ITL-4,-I. ' 7 , A , 1 1 V ' V' -Q . Y E E - , - . . , ... .. s I I ' , I W " - ' ,14- . f 4:-I I , J vf. -, L- 3- 4 ' 1 Q'- , - :.-.1 4 ' Q Q M' ' 5 Q ..4. H '- . , ' ' ' t is w " ' ss." N ' , . s s rx s m . . I l . , . . . ' . l ' n I n - 1 7 . . , . . . 9 . , . . ,-. . . . 7 -. , Q s A . n A ' I . T 0 s - ' ' X 3 7 , . 7 U F' Y 9 ' 0 ' ' ' U - 9 7 ' D I I ,- . U ,.. ' . D - n a U . 7 ' U . . . U .- Y - Q D ' - -,- V 7 , Y , ' U . W . . D P - - Y V , v V ' U . F I . - . , , , - . . I . 1 I . . .. . . . . . . U h .. ' o - ' A DUMPING SNOW at Washington Park. are trucks which were loaded at the rate of 14 seconds each. Bulltlozers later shoved the snow into Lake Michigan. Many truckers worked day and night hauling snow. lPhoto by C. Deneaul OWENS MOTOR SUPPLY COMPANY 306 East Michigan Street TRiangle 4-3216 KRESGE 5, 10 AND 256 STORE 705 Franklin Street TRiangle 2-5393 THE FOOD CENTER 1153 East Michigan Street TRiangle 4-6787 KRUEGER CLEANERS 141 North Dickson Street TRiangle 4-4269 ASSOCIATED REALTY COMPANY 1509 Lake Shore Drive TRiangle 4--7205 SCHOLL DAIRY COMPANY 1615 Franklin Street TRiangle 4-7231 .l. C. PENNEY COMPANY 713 Franklin Street TRiangle 4-7732 S. S. KRESCE,S DOLLAR STORE 619 Franklin Street TRiangle 4-3465 FREEMAN'S MOBIL SERVICE STATION E. Relief Highway TRiangle 9-9000 IOY MFC. COMPANY Woodland Avenue TRiangle 2-7221 We'lI never forget the Big Snow of '58 an 2 AAL "PONY EXPRESS" deliveries of groceries were made by Susan and Ann Gardner to their home and marooned neighbors. They are shown here at a local store. Their fath- er, Dr. M. D. Gardner, was ready to travel 'lvia horsebackl' on emergency calls. iPhoto by Bill Swedenbergl li. ft. I , 73.151 , ' - ' -. 'f 'L ' ' -of . Q 'f - .4 U... 5 jeu? 'IL -wi . Mrcmcua Crrv Furnn-run: Hump., 'H 'Q Q ' v -- . e ,uf-'L 1 1 an Q ' . ,p A ,Ak in, I .. , 4 , l?" - -5 if -- . . .rf . , Q, J , 6 I 8 Plat. 'mf V . wa' "WINTER OR SUMMER, we're always ready to serve you!" says Mr. Victor L. Nasser, co-owner, as he shovels out the snow from the store entrance and greets an early cus- tomer. Snow-covered car is one of the first to go through after the blizzard. 1. Photo by Harold Olsen! 1 I ,.-'A 4' 'E . if . ---,ll .v,,,dfp-ag-1 I ' :"' ' Y ' .a .S - --1 I , , . .. f- ' " E 'I Q Y ' ,J , H'1 ,. . x R .. . - P . ,-av A-. ' 47"-o-',., ,, - mars,-.-..,,v'., ICICLE-FRINCED DEEP FREEZE, our light house, is a classic picture of isolation during the Sub-zero weather of the "BIG SNOW" which precipitated when the wind swept 200 miles south over the lake. lSee chart p. 174-J iPhoto by C. Deneaul any who made 0peration Snowbnund a success Patrons ROWLEY'S SHOE STORE '- 803 Franklin Street TRiangle 2-5735 - I R '. -"..: "-- 7 " V- ., , GEO. AND JOHN SCHLUNDT- t"' 4 ' - " STATE FARM INS. z ' I ain 510 E. 9th St. TRiangle 4--4256 A LLB Q S A ug: ...a.YJ'l EDWARDS' STORE EOR MEN . ' 4-'fit 3 . iffii it as 4-32 Franklin Street Tfliangle 4--5991 -YI , Q 5 l i" P' p ,,,' Q - 5. -H '. U ,M -1 .45 - -: il: I CHARLIE'S PIZZA 0.1 3, -55:31 ! 110 E R' 1 S TR' l 2-6816 ix' - 'L - ast liSEiDEEiiiS FOOD MKTange W' es I . 2' , 501 East 10th Street TRi'angle 4.8522 " .- 1 ' ' fQ'T,Z-'Q-0 DAIRY QUEEN Iii! 1027 E. Michigan 2506 S. Franklin U W LAKE CITY ICE 81 COAL CO. 74-8 E. Michigan Street TRiangle 4-6289 ULRICH PAINT AND GLASS 206-208 Franklin Street TRiangle 4-6633 STELLEMA'S PRODUCE 1703 Franklin Street TRiangle 2-2243 VENICE STANDARD SERVICE STATION SNOW STYMIED business on our "main artery," Franklin 104 E. 2nd St. TRIangle 9-9091 SH-eetil after the avalanche, gairugday night,0February 15. , , C ' w I 16. v 400 , GENES RESTALRANT 0.320..ZE.TJfZi..ffZ.CZF.iii ..e.LZ"?A.I.g..e'C.., 53.53, 1322 E. Michigan Sl. TRiangle 4-7830 paralyzing business and social life. iPhoto by Bob Wilkel 179 k. vm' XIPPE E E E WE 'NILT OLR DE XDLINE V yell D Nlarll and Qte e dombl We editors wish to thank the many wonderful adults and stu dents who helped us to produce the 58 Elstonian we especially want to thank our adviser, Mrs. Ruth Curtis, who patiently and steadily spurred us on, helping us by sharing her knowledge and giving us confidence and encouragement. We are grateful to our staff: Beth Collins, club editor: Don Groch and Douglas Morrison, sports editors: Jean Johansen, Barbara Foldenauer and Barbara Abraham, class editors: Judy Schliephake, art editor: Maryann Roberts, faculty editor: Nancy Dombkowski, circulation manager: Bill Pollnow and Ron Skirmont, photographers: and Carolyn Kuszmaul, index editor. Much credit for the excellent photography goes to Richard Kessler, Harold Olson, William Weber, Bob Wilke, Bill Swedenberg, the 45th AAA Brigade of the U. S. Army and Mr. C. Deneau. Co-operation we received from S. K. Smith, Bodine, Inc., Sup- erintendent A. K. Smith, Principal F. Foy Haney, Mrs. June Zeidler faculty members and students is greatly appreciated by all of us. 5 MS JZ9f,Ze.e?Z! i.J':1 M iiiii "i L :l'f ltlr S iiitr V , p,pg , my v V M ,, 0 -, A ' Q N iw 0 A Q A, I Z I , y, , A A f- J , Myykif K . X ' ' A 2597 1 ll f 'V Q... W N - -, .f, ' i' . ,J--L ' A , H Y - - - Y Y , 4 v .- .Y .Y Y" " cnnis. . 'y ., Y. 3 SOPHOMORES Xbraham Ro tr cr Bucrly 2 34- 111 X11 lt Kppltqui t Carol Xrm tron Luk Bacon Barbara Baker barx Ballard Nally Bal er X111 hael fartel l'r11l Batnl lloria Bau her lmda Bushhnt lxaartn Belkttmtl ,lim Bendix Namy BQIIOWIII Janet B1 1,4r taff Nlary Lu Black N1dI'll0U Balr Robe rt 16 6:1 Blanthard ,loan Boest' Pfttltfllh Bon eltl lhylli Bormaettr ltnda Bowman Dcnm Bommar N11 ltlll Brannon Kllan Brlcklu Lharlte Brown janet Brown Ycrzhce Burns Linda Fameron .lames Carman 1 atr1c1a Cates Patrxtia Chamber-4 Larry Cbapala Walttr K 11 ve land olm Cochran ,llll Cook Dawc C owan lame 6 Criawell Audru Lrutee Xlun Dau Jour' Dtnis Linda Dttwthr lrftthnn DeV.1ux Betty Din man Lynm Doltmbo Nlary .lo Dolph, ,It-rry ...,.......,.., ,,.. Dombkow1ki Rudolph Doolittle Sandra .......... 1. Echimovich, John ..,...... E1lin1,er Sharon .,.,.,..,,,. Ennes Barbara ...,.......... Falk Richard ,...,..... ..,.,,. Far her .lame-s .,...,.,, .,.. Farina Robert ,.,...,......, Faris, Robb ......... .... ,.... . Fausch ,lane .,....., ..,..,.., mer 1, ive .,............... . Flora, .larnex ....,..,.,..... Fohh-naue-r. IR-raltl Fowler Richard . ,,.. . .. Fox Jean .....,....,.,........,.. Frame Sharon ..,,.....,..., Frankf, Ellen ,,,,..,,....,., . 7 44 ooo 261 69 162 .3 .36 a 787 96 S 39 40 1 1 56 67 .5-v 63 Free-ge B12iUl't'f'll ........,, ,,,,, Freyer Nora Lee .,,,,.,.,..,...,...,............ Fritz, Stew 1 . Frochllu- Carol ........... ..........,..........,,.. Qarbe, Ke-nnr-th ,,.................................. labrunus. Rayrnond ..........................., Fardnur Mikel ,1 ,...,,......,........,............. G1bereon, Gloria .1 ,.....,. ..,,,............... , Student Index llllllll Patrlc I8 orman Thoma ra 1 Bc IIN ral1k Caroline rt 1111 r Tom retmn flenda Hake Ro e llamle 1 Ntclla Handtke Darlene Hapkt Dennl Hartman larry Hatltoot Sandra H11 man Sally H1 rrbach C ene H1 llflll 'Nlartlwn 44 60 7 3 40 116 112 1 wr anet 11 38 J H1lb1r X1HfI0l'l611 38 39 l'1lIlf'1lIll3l'l Kathie Hoffman 'Sandra Hum r1.1 tr Nlargarct Hurt Ned Hurt htuc- lmbtor k1 Qandra loannat ci Bernard luv E alne Jano kt qulanne .larka Kathleen .law Robert .lohn on Donald Johnson 018110116 ,lone Juanita ont aul Joach Judith Kabar in kt 'iharon Kaufman Bruce Knnlll 'Nlarllyn Kllllll buk ,lane Ktntn lt Qandra o 111 ki atrlcla Kobo Joanne Kohn jr rrv Kourx Nltlame lk tl l a lt lx 111 fl fa ol rm 111 1x11b1 lllNlx Nancy Kuluk, Mary :Kline .,..... Kuvhik Shirley ...,..,,...., Kwiatkowski, John .,..... 39 40 116 117 30 19 28 44 31 14 30 34 1.aDukc. 111114-n ,,,, 1 ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , , Lambka, Charles .. Lando: Bonni ............ .. Landtroop, Judith ,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,1,,,1,,,,,, l.aRocm'0. Robert Lit-big. David ......,..........,...,.,........., l.in1o1t. Manuel ,,,,, l.in1lbor . Carol ......... l.indelnan. Richard ,,,,. l.1nn. Larry ,.,v....,....... 1 Linquift. Richard Lnpp. Robe-rt ,....... Lopp Sharon .. ,...,,,..,,., .. Mack Charles ..,.............. Mack. William ...,,........... Blakfyan, Mar ,,,,.....,,.,, Nlar. Sufan .........,...... . Marflt, Wayne ,.......,....... Xla otte-. C ark ......,...,..,, NIVKC-cl, Eile-en 1 ,,.....,...., , Qfi1"'H4"i?'i' BIf'Kl'f'. Kathleen .......... M1-Kinnon Sharon ...,.... Nic-atlowx. Lynn .............. M1-nges, James ...........,.. 11f 39 Nlertweather -Xl Nleriweather Nlar ia Nlerrlman Rod er N111 er Richard Xluhael Xmber Nldcarek Nlarilsn Nllller Denmi NI1ller Jamc-Q Nllller Judith Charlea Nloore 3111111361 Nloore Patricia Nloore Pa Xlorgan Nharon Nlortarty Ceor 1 Nlork Jarl 'Nlueller Klaus Niurphy .lolm Xloort lNel on Evans Nevston Ronald lN1chol Thomas 0 Connor .lobn Ol on 'Nlary Iace Ronm Pence Brian Petr1 Patr111a P1 hkur Xnthony Ph ke Ro ahe Povhron Sandra Pollard Floyd Pu l1 'Nancy Pytsnla Barbara Ramsay Sandra Rai Robert Reed James Reed Karen Reid Mary R1ce Barbara H0lJlJlI'l'- bandra Robin on James Roland Louise Roland R1cl1ar1l Ronnski Juantta Ruby Thomas Rudmck ,ludith gadow ki Dt nnxs Hamp on Carol Salurnu: Stanley .,.... Saunders Thomas ,.,, Savinski janet ,,.... ..... Scltrot-der. Janice ...,,. Schroll Clt'l'llPHS ........ Schumaker. Sue ....., icolt Ronald .... ,....... . . Se-clin . C oria ,,,......... S1-lke, Raymond ...,..,,. SQ-ppyes. 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