Farmington High School - Rollcall Yearbook (Farmington, MI)

 - Class of 1956

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faculty semons honons classes ACUVIIIES AUWISIIICS wif f0d'6l IO KNEE l the emor lass of l956 dedmate our ya irbool 10 the new 1 arrnlnoton 6HlO1 r 1 h Gy1nn'1s1un1 ln the fall of lO5D the gym was ready lOl use Smeg lhit mme all dances basketball games Hssembhes and other actu 11165 have been held there l e hope that ln the uture the students of Farnmnoton I-hgh lnay enjoy the new Gym as much as the der1o1 Class has WG, U76 SGDIGI2 --- ,, ,, . ,N . ,R e, , 3, e, 22 Q , ' - 1 O ui , ' . 'WU 1 .' , ., l O , . , " . -, ' . 1 , . A C J s L J g in A I 'I ' 3 If v ' n 'Y , K . . l o ' O cl ' . L o class, Oeoncate 13hlS 1956 Qollcall i 1'4" A3 Q ' 4 in W,-A Y-1 ffwfff 4 H+.. Y? ff fm 5' ,., ,Q A X? my K i w. V 71 tx? . Q- -Q L.,, X. 1 ,- C, .. N1 4 KA N 1 3 .4 2 , '--Q. fiwxv VL' Us-ff 11:-q.,., '-:sv 'j Q-:Q -x 1 if t -5 ' h . Y 1 1 A , 4 ' '4 ' A , 0 ' . - 1 . -. . , , , A t .. .F,qA-gl . 'fu' ,Mi .J 2 , I F ' , ., , 4 ,,.1.,. . , A , , , x .,4 F deb' A '. L 4 ' V ,Q iv A, - 'vp Q. 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I CLAYTON TIMMONS MARY WILCOX ROBERT ZIMMERMAN Mecha,mca1 D1-awmg General Sclence Band TARMO MAATTALA Government Ec onomxc s LEE PEEL Enghsh Journahsm ESTELLE STANG Hxstory O -Q .J O ng,- tk 1 , 1 . far- , . ,4--. - Q W mv.. - ,F R-A z 4. '19, X 1. .a-5-Q-tt.-Q.. F "Ci 1-A ,.,g,, "'5.QgQp "" vs,-s 4""3..v4'lg:w 61 Q., 1' 5""f.. l..s- Q-' o-li 1.4 'Q' SS. wig .. RN 8.41 .. ,xx L L- , .aw Anxmx L 4'8- , -. A JQ. .I -v., sis - - Q, '-K., -ve. l sf" ' , ' Y .1 ' 5' ' -'v .. --4 . . 's"1. Q gi V Tas' . ,.. .1 V Af? "f- 1-mx 1l,.1 X T 93141 IQ' 0 .ir 3? 'iq'-L fi. ink in 'Q HIGHS ' ww- 3 as 4 class of 5 6 Tue lass of 1956 started 1ts htgh hool career w1th a Lang freshmen, thc class entertalned tm student body W1131 tnexr flrst dance T e W1 wam Tvurl Tnc enthuslastlc sop lonuores became bu y as SHCI They prcsen ed tue Com Bee dance for thc students and ln June they leld a cla p1cn1 at Cass Lake In January of l955 they pres nteo the .T hop lt was narncd Star Dust and txe rvyru was decorated to calry out the tneme Muslc was prouded by Jtmmy Stevenson s band Another presenta 1on of the class of '56 was the Junxor play Foo Island whlcn was a mystery 1n tur 'lcts As senlors they hcld the annual Hallowcen dance called The Zombme Draw Another of tue senlor s pro jects x as the presentatlon ofthe sen lor play Swlng Fex er Tne class of 56 ufutlated the Student Government Day program Accordmng to th1s prooram, a number of senlors, elected prevmously by the class ran tue government of Farmtno ton for a day and learned government by actual pract1ce In May the readled preparatlons for the sentor prom at wh1ch Johnny Tttus and hls band prov1ded mus1c The senlors traveled by tra1n to W1S111HgtOD D C where they toured the ap1tol lor three days Graduat1on was held June l4 1956 fongratulattons class of 56 ,Q . . C L- ' ' vw H sc a . AS 3 l 13 In, ., , . . f 1 , , 2, ,, u - - vt . , . LL cg . . I B . Q . A Q . 4 + S . I L 1 xv - v- B ' ' ' 1 ss ' 'c 1 . r c X C 'J 1 , ' ' m ' " f . . 1' fl K x . Y cz: . , . . ' L . ' - I . il .L - . ,f ' ' 'I 3 Q -ll ' 1 . ' 1 , , ' V SC C . 9 A L 1 A 'V l rv 1 - y cs' ' . V ' - ' vu ' lv 1 ' 7 - , 4 , . .. . o 1 . s Q' J . . C L . . c ' ' . , . . ' I NJ I DONALD NICHOLS Presldent V ll I IAM I ANDACRL Vlce rW1'es1dent Qs DAVID CARGU L ecretary Jn? 'in WILLIAM FULTON Treasurer Class Flower Wlnte Rose Class Colors Charcoal and Mmt Green Class Motto We have crossed the harbor the ocean hes berore us I V . 'Q ., xb V V ,. l. J J ,J ' P L, , -I 1 C L, , g :gy 1 L, A ,ff ' F. , a I T . ' j 7 ' . A-26 14 .12 ,ay 11' V ', S , ' ,J 1 Q--' 4 Q ' ' '- . 3 a GUNILLA ABELEEN She that was ever falr and proud Hath tongue and w1ll and yet was never loud G A A 4 Language Club 4 ALICE ANNETTE Wlth a smlle on her llps and Joy ln her heart lcall Staff4 G A A 1 Z 3 Band l 2 Class Commltteesl Z 3 4 JOANNL AUGER A gmggle a srmle twxst of the nose a flash of red and there she goes Student Councxl .secretary 4 Rollcall photography edltor 4 Blue and Wh1te 4 G A A l Glee Clubl Chomr Z 4 secretary 4 Cheerleadlng l Z 3 captam 3 4 Class Commlttees l 2 3 LOIS AYRES A flnger ln every ple otudent Councll l Rollcall Staff 4 G A A 2 3 4 Secretary 3 Pres1dent 4 Glee Clubl Cholr Z 3 4 Falcon Teachers Club 3 .Iumor Play 3 Semor Play Student Dlrector 4 Trlp Club Se cretary 4 Class Commlttees l Z 3 4 EDWARD BARNUM If work mterferes wlth pleasure cut out the work Cho1rl Z 3 4 Falconaues 3 4 V C Y l Z 3 4 Class Commltteesl Z WILLIAM BPECP Not that I love study less but that I love fun more Varslty Club 4 Future Teachers 3 4 Football 4 Class Commlttees 3 4 GARY BEST Character lS hlgher than mtellect Blue and Whlte 4 Language Club l Varsxty Club 4 Forenslcs 3 Football l Basketballl Baseballl Z 4 Class Cornmltteesl Z 3 4 BEVERLY BERINI There IS mzschlef m her pleasant sm11e Rollcall Staff 4 G A A l 2 3 4 Vlce President 4 Language Club 3 Camera Club 3 Glrls' Bowllng 3 Class Com mxttees Z 3,4 ll I I . . . 9 . ' ' ' lv R01 I . . . , , , 43 I I I I I ' L " " ' , ' , a ' I I ll ' F' . , ' 1 ' : . . . 9 9 ' . . I ' I I I 41 ' , 1 , . , 4. ll ' ' ' ll C ' . . , , ' ' ' I I I I h 1 1 ' . . 9 - naires 3,43 Cheerleading lg Future 5 ' : ' . 3 . - 5 ' . , , - ll ' ' ll I ' , . . 9 ' . 9 - - I I I I I ' 4 Iv 1.1 L ., I ' : . L : ' , - ll ' ' ' ll , . S z ' 5 ' : I I u 1 5 I I I I ' ll ' ' ' ' ' II I I ' ' I I I I ' ' : : Q ' ' 9 - , . CAROLINE BISHOP "Make the most of yourself, for that's all there is of you" G.A. A. l, Z, 35 Future Nurses Club 35 Class Committees l, Z, 3, 4. SIDNEY BISHOP "His ways are ways of quietness Varsity Club Z 3 45 Basketball l 3,45 Baseball 1 Golf 3 4 Trip Club 4 Class Committees l Z 3 4 EDWARD BONNVILLE Courteous manly always frank ready is he for any prank Varsity Club Z 3 4 Boys Bowling captain 4 Baseball Z 3 Footballl Basketballl Z 3 GARY BROOKS Never serious, or sad just a happy good natured lad SHIRLEY BUNNELL She is good she is true a fine girl through and throug Quill and Scroll 3 Blue and White 3 G A A12 4 LanguageClub2 3 4 Camera Club 4 Debate 4 Forensics Class Committees 1, Z 3 4 DANIEL BURNETT To be out of fashion is to be out of the world Rollcall Staff 4 Glee Club 3 Falcon aires 2 3 Language Clubl Z 3 4 D bate 3 4 Future Teachers' Club 3 4 Class Committees 1, Z 3 4 DAVID CARGILL A nick name is the hardest stone that the devil can throw at a man' Class secretary 4 Student Council 3 Rollcall Staff 4 Varsity Club 4 Band l 3 Boys' Bowllngl Junior play 3 Football I 3 Basketball Z Baseballl Z Trip Club president 4 Class Comml ttees l 2 3 4 MARILYN CARMACK ' Let thy words be few " G A A 4 LanguageClubZ 3 V C Y 3 4 Trip Club 4 Class Committees l Z, 3, 4 ,F 'A -4 ifif 'fx xh up-L. IRENE CASSELLS "The heaven of each is but what each desires" Choir 49 Falconaires 4g V. C. Y. 4. JAMES CHELLMAN I-lark do l hear the tardy bell'9 PATRICIA CLAPPISON Her rniscluev ous laugh w1ll echo through the years G A A l Glee Clubl Z Choir 3 Future Nurses Club l Z Class Com mittees 4 BARBARA CONNOLLY Be of good cheer Glee Club 3 Choir 4 Class Committees BARRY COUTTS Winds many step and winds rmny blow but I'll go on for ever Camera Club 4 V C Y 4 JOAN CROSSETT Munn It is a secret G A A 4 Glee Club 3, Choir 4 Foren Y 4 Trip Club 4 Class Committees DONNA COX Ready to work, ready to play, ready to help whomever she may A A 1 Z 3 Glee Clubl Chou- Z Language Clubl 2 3 4 Library Club Trip Club 4 Class Committees 1 EUGENE CURCIO Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you Varszty Club 3 4 Boys' Bowling 4 Footballl Z 3 4 Basketballl Trackl Class Committees 1,2 3 4 Z, 3,4. sics 43 Debate 45 Discussion 3,43 V. C. l,Z, 3,4. ll G. . . , , g 3 ' ,3, 4: I f I Q . 41 ' : ' , 2, 3,4. CARLENE DANIELS "From her shall read the perfect ways of honour Class President Z3 Rollcall Staff 35 G. A. A. Zg Glee Club Zg Choir 3,45 Fal- conaires 3,45 Language Club Z, 33 Future Teachers' Club secretary 35 Junior play 3g Triple Trio 45 Class Committees 1, Z, 3, 4. II CAROL DAVIS "By the work one knows the worlcrnan" Rollcall Staff 43 G. A. A. lg Glee Club l, Z3 Language Club 33 Future Nurses' Club 1, Z, 3, 45 president 4g Forensics 3, 49 Senior Play 45 Trip Club 4g Class Committees 1, Z, 3, 4. JEAN DAVIS "As true as I live" RUSSELL DESMELIK "Cheerfulness and goodness are the off-shoots of wisdom" Rollcall Staff 3 4' editor in-chief 4' Blue and White 4 Varsity Club 4 Band 1 Boys' Bowling l Language Club Z 3 Jumor Play 3 Senior Play 4 Golf 3 Class Committeesl Z 3 4 VIRGINIA DUNCAN In the twinkling of an eye Glee Club l Choir Z 3 4 Trip Club 4 Class Committees l Z 3 4 JUDITI-I DWYER Like sunshine shedding beauty where it falls Class Committees 3 4 JEANETTE EDWARDS Diligence the mother of good fortune Rollcall Staff 4 Glee Club 3 Choir Class Committees 3 4 MA LENE FENTON And seem to walk on wings and tread in air G A A 1 Glee Club Z Choir 4 Debate 4 Forensics 3 4 Junior Play 3 Trip Club 4 Class Committeesl Z 3 4 ,ai , . nv 17, 'Q 'SI' L Q. NANCY FLACK What wlsdom can you fmd that IS greater than mdness Rollcall .staff 4 language Club Z Class Commltteesl Z 3 4 GFRALD FLICK Wh1stle and she come to you Class vlce pres1dent 3 Student Councll l 2 3 4 pres1dent4 Varslty Club 3 4 presldent 4 Football l Basketball 1 Z 3 4 Cross Country Z Baseballl 2 3 4 Class Commltteesl Z 3 4 ARLENE FORD Good thmgs Come ln small packages frlp Club 4 Gxrls nowlmg 4 Camera Club 4 G A A 3 4 Blue and Whmte 4 Class Commxttees 3 4 DIANE FRANJAC To me thou art a dellclous torment ' Class Secretary 3 Student Councll 4 Rollcall Staff 4 Falconalres 3 4 Cheer leadmg 3 4 Language Club Z 3 Chou' secretary 3 4 Trlple Tr1o 4 Semor play 4 Class Comm1tteesl Z 3 4 WILLIAM FULTON "Be not careless m deeds nor confused ln words nor ramblmg ln thought' Class treasurer 4 Blue and Wh1te 4 Varslty Club 2 3 4 treasurer 4 Sen zor play 4 Tr1p Club treasurer 4 Foot balll Z 3 Trackl Z 3 4 captam 4 Class Cornmxtteesl Z 3 4 NANCY GADDE 'She ascended the lull to watch the sun rlse Camera Club 4 Future Teachers Club 3 4, preszdent 3 Class Com 1 tees l Z 3 GILBERT GAMBEE Glve me a talker and I ll do the llstenmg Cross Country 4 Chess Club 4 MARY GIFFIN The mlrror of all courtesy' Rollcall Staff 4 Language Club 3 4 Debate 3 Future Teachers' Club vlce presldent 3, Junlor Play student d1rec tor 3 Trmp Club 4 Class Comm1ttees 1, Z, 3, 4 LOUIS GILDEMEISTER "Life is a jest and all things show it" Rollcall Staff 45 Varsity Club Z, 3, 4, vice president 4, Choir l, Z, 3, 4, President 43 Falconaires l, 3, 43 Base- ball l, Z, 3, 43 Basketball l, Z, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Class Committees 1, Z, 3, 4. ROBERT GOERS "I-le's sometimes happy, he's sometimes sad, even mis- chievious, but never bad" Glee Club Z3 Choir 3,43 Falconaires 45 Boys' Bowling 4, Football l, Z, 3, Class Committees l, Z, 3, 4. MARVIN GRENKE "Not only good, but good for something" Football l, Z, 3, Basketball lg Class Com- mittees l, Z. BARBARA GROOM Sigh d and look d and sigh d again Rollcall staff 4 Blue and White 4 Clas Committees 4 DAVID I- ACKER Men are only boys grown tall hearts don't change much after all Boys' Bowling Z 3 4 captain 4 Basketball l Cross Country 3 BARBARA HALLOCK There more is meant than meets the ear G A A l Glee Clubl Choir Z 3 Falconaires 3 Cheerleadingl Future Nurses Club l Triple Trio 4 Class Committeesl 2 3 4 DENNIS HAMILTON very mile is two the winter Varsity Club 3 4 Boys' Bowling Z 3 4 Camera Club 4 Track 3 4 Cross Country 2 3 4 Baseball 2 Chess Club4 Class Committees l 4 CLARA HANSON I will be the pattern Rollcall Staff 4 Cheerleadingl Z Lan guage Clubl 2 F H A secretaryl Forensics 3 Senior Play 4 Trip Club 4 Class Committeesl 2 3 4 2' ln . , ' 4 ., . li' Ni-rf YI ' I I I ' I ' ll P . ' . C . , - T VI I S V. ' . , , ' : 9 - . 1 .. ' VV . . . 5 : ' , 1 3 Q ' 1 1 ' ' : ' , , , . . I HE ' A in ' Il i I 3 ' n 1 2 S 1 F ' 1 , 2 3 2 , . IV ' of all patience" ' , ti . I -f. , 3 , , 9 - -M ' A 1 i - - - S 1 V' -A .,f' - . - . - , 525.1 l 1 1 Mfg 4 e fl: . Z . I I I ' 'IS' U DAVID HARRISON No task's too steep for the human wit ' Varsity Club Z 3 4 Basketball 2 3 Base balll Z 3 4 Class Committeesl Z 3 4 DONALD HAYES Beware the fury of patient man FRANK FIMMLER Patience is the best remedy for every trouble Student Counc1l4 Bandl Z 3 4 vice president 4 Boys' Bowling 3 Camera Club 4 Basketballl Track 3 4 Cross Country Z 3 4 Baseballl Chess Club 4 Class Committees 4 JOHN HOHWART I-ard IS the heart that loveth naught in May Basketball l Z Baseball l Z 4 J V manager Z Class Committees l Z 3 4 THOMAS I-'OOD A closed mouth catches no flies' MARY HOWE Your constitution is all sail and no anchor Rollcall Staff 4 G A A l 2 Language Club Z 3 Future Teachers Club 3 4 F.H.A. l Z 3 4 Junior Play 3 Senior Play 4' Class Committees l Z 3 4' Trip Club 4. GUY HOWVR No sooner said than done so acts your man of north Rollcall Staff 4' Band Z' Boys' Bowling 3' Senior Play 4' Baseball 3 4' Class Committees Z 3 4. ARVE JOHNSON himself to sing and build the lofty ryhme Glee Club Z' Choir l 3 4 ROBERT JOHNSON "He was a very perfect gentle knight" Basketball lg Class Committees 2, 3, 4. ALAN JONES " I shall laugh myself to death" Glee Club 3g Choir 45 Language Club 1, Z5 Baseball lg Class Committees Z, 3,4. CAROL KAMPKA "Fair and softly goes ar" JANICE KAMPKA Out of God's blessmg mto the warm world GLRALD KECK I-e that has patlence may compass anythlng oys' Bowlmg captam 3 secretary 4 MICI-1AEL KING Let every man mmd h1s own business" KENNETH KINGSLEY 1' th very mck of t1me" Glee Club Z 3 Track l Z lwest' Class Presldent l Student Councxl Z 3 G A A 1 Z 3,4 G1rls'Bowl1ng 1 2 Language Club 2 Future Nurses' Club 1,2 3 4 pres1dent 4 Debate 1 2 For ens1cs 4 Class Commlttees 1,Z, 3 4 f B ' . I n ll I ' ELSIE KINSMAN "Be useful where thou KAREN KULLGREN 'With an eye to see the sunmest side" G A A l Z 3 4 Glee Club Z Library Club Z Class Committees l Z 3 4 PAUL LACHMANN Let each man pass his days in that where in his skill is greatest' Band 3 4 Falconaires 4 WILLIAM LANDACRE "And every day is ladies' day with me Class President 3 Class vice president 4 Varsity Club 4 Glee Club 1 Choir l, Z 3 4 pres1dent 3 Falconaires 2 3,4 Cheerleading 3 Footballl Z 3 4 Bas ketball l 4 Baseballl 3 4 Golf Z Dis cussion 3 4 ALICE LANGFORD Ambition has no rest" Rollcall Staff art editor 4 Blue and Cheerleading 4 Language Club 3 Sen ior Play 4 Trip Club 4 Class Comm ittees 3 4 MICHAEL LAPHAM They also serve ho only stand and wait" Golf Z RODNEY LAYTON And what he dares to dream he dares to do" Class vice president 2 Student Coun cil 4 Rollcall Staff 4 Blue and White 4 Varsity Club 4 Band l 3 Boys Bowling 1 Debate l Senior Play 4 Basketballl Baseballl 2 Golf 3 4 Trip Club 4 Class Commlttees l Z 3 FRANK MANCUSO "Not too qulet. 110i too gay just a good sport everyday Class Committees l Z ALLEN MEADE No sinner yet no saint perhaps, but well the very best of chaps Glee Club 3 Boys' Bowling 3 Class Committees Z, 3, 4. 0 I ' 1 I I Z 3 I 3 I I l I ' . . . 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I I ll DELORES MEYERS She is light heart ed and gay a general favorite they say Glee Club 1 Choir 2 Girls Bowling 1 Z Language Club 2 3 Future Nurses Clubl F H A l Trip Club 4 Class Committeesl Z 3 4 PATIENCE MILLER "As full of spirit as the month of May Glee Club Z 3 Future Nurses Club l Z 3 4 Forensics 4 Junior Play 3 Trip Club 4 Class Committeesl Z 3 4 JOANNE MITCHELL Gentle in man r firm in reality" Student Council 3 Quill and Scroll 3 BlueandWhite3 4 GA A 12 3 4 Band 1 2 3 president 3 Girls' Bowl ing 3 4 Language Club 3 4 Debate l Triple Tr1o4 V C Y l Z 3 4, secret ary Z vice president 4 Class Comm ittees l 2, 3 4 CAROL ANN MOORE 'Pretty to walk with witty to talk with and good to look at Choir 3 4 Forensics 4 Senior Play F H A secretary Z Trip Club 4 Class Committees Z 3 4 DEAN MORRIS But y t he made a thousand friends Yes and by God he kept them" Varsity Club Z Glee Club 1 Choir 4 Footballl Basketball 1 Class Com mittees l Z GEORGE MULLIN None but himself can be his parallel ' Class Treasurer l Varsity Club 3 4 Glee Club l' Choir 1 2. 4' Falconaires 4' Boys'Bowling 4' Footballl Z 3 4' Baseball Z 3 4' Class Committees 3. LEAH NATHAN A merry heart wea- thers all storms G A.A 1' Glee Club 2' Future Nurses Club 1 Z' Senior Play 4' Forensics 3 4- V C Y. 1' F H A 1' Trip Club 4' Class Committees 1,2 3 4' DONALD NICHOLS "The heart to con- quer, the understanding to direct, and the hand to execute" Class President 4g Student Council l, Z3 Blue and White 45 Varsity Club l,2, 3, 4g Choir l, Z, 3, 45 Falconaires 2, 45 Senior Play 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, Z, 3, 43 Class Committees l, Z, 3,4. "'n7Z'-I JOHN OLIVER "With his mild, modest way, he has formed many friends" Varsity Club Z3 Language Club 45 Track 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 2, 3, 4. STEVE PHILLIPS "He ever seeks the cheerful side of things" Choir 33 Varsity Club historian 43 Glee Clubg Baseball 3,4. CHARLES PIPER Just an all round good fellow Chess Club 4 GERALD PLAUTZ 'Strength and sta ture, what more can a man want ' Footballl Z 3 4 Basketballl Class Committeesl 2 3 4 GEORGE POWELL There'll be a hot me in the old town tonight" Varsity Club 2 3 4 Glee Club 4 Boys' Bowling 4 Football l Z Basketball l Track 3 4 DAVID PREUSS He's busy all the day raising cam and 1t's not sugar" Junior Play 3 Class Committees Z possible to a winning heart Student Council 4 Rollcall Business Edi tor 4 Language Club l Basketballl Base balll Z 3 Class Cornmltteesl Z 3 4 LOIS 'KACKOV 'It's nice to be natural when you are naturally nice Class Secretaryl Z G A A 1 Choir Z 3 4 Language Club Z 3 Future Nurses Club l Z Future Teachers Club 4 Trip Club 4 F H A 1 Class Committees 1 Z 3 4 1 1 9 Q I ' , f I ' ti I ' ' 3 . Q ,Zg u 3, 4. PETER QUISENBERRY "Nothing is irri- : 1 I I 1 n r - r 5 1 Q 1 I I ' DIANA REDILLA A gentle heart IS tled Wltll an e lsy thread Future Nurses Club 4 SHARON REGENTIK There s no cos metlc for beauty lrke happmess Rollcall Staff 4 Glee Club I Chomr Z 3 4 llbrarzan 3 4 Falconnalres 3 4 Language Club 2 Spamsh Club l Trlple Trlo 4 Class Comrnxttees l Z RONALD ROBERTS H15 personahty sparkles Student Counclll 3 4 Vlce presl dent 4 Varsrty Club 4 Band l 2 4 treasurer 3 vxce presldent 4 Boys Bow11ngZ 3 4 pres1dent4 Cheerleadmg 3 Footballl 4 Class Commrttees Z 3 DONALD ROBINSON None but the brave deserve the fa1r Class vrce presrdentl Varsmty Club 4 Fo all l 3 4 captarn Basketball l Z 3 4 Baseball I Z 3 4 Class Comrnlttees l 2 3 4 MARGO RUNYON Her ways are of pleasantness and her paths are peace G A A l Language Club Z Future Teachers Club l Z Future Nurses Club 1 Z Class Commlttees l Z 3 4 WILLIAM RUSSELL I beheve 1n gettlng mnto hot water It keeps you clean Boys Bowlmg Z 3 4 Language Club Z Football I Class Commlttees l, Z 3 4 ROBERT RYAN Thou hast seen noth lng yet Debate 4 Forensxcs 3 4 Class Comml ttees 4 ROBERT SCHNEIDER "Brev1ty 15 e soul of w1t" Boys' Bowlmg 4 'lf' ,J 'Fla CAROL SEMKE "Her voice was ever sweet and low" ROBERT SERAFIN1 ' Dlplomacy IS to do and say the nast1est thmgs ln the mcest way!! Rollcall 4 Blue and Whzte 4 Choxr Class Commlttees 4 PATRICIA SMITI' Fan' and softly goes ar Class Commlttees 4 VIVIAN SMITH Remember thls, that very llttle 1s needed to make a happy 1 e' Llbrary Club 2 3 4 V C Y Z 3 Trlp Club4 Class Commltteesl Z 3 4 ROBERTA SPALLER Humor IS emo tlonal chaos remembered m tranqml 1ty Rollcall Staff 3 4 llterary ed1torA Glee Clubl Cholrl Z 3 4 Falconalres l Z 3 Future Nurses Clubl 2 v1ce pres1dent Z Future Teachers Club 3 4 secretary4 Forenslcs 2 3 .Tumor play 3 Senxor play 4 Chess Club 4 Trlple Trlo 4 Class Commlttees l Z 3 NICHOLAS SPICER My style and sen tlments are my own purely ormgmal Class treasurer Z 3 Vars1ty C ub 4 Language Club treasurer 3 v1ce presz dent4 Debate 3 4 Future Teachers Club treasurer 3 vlce presldent 4 Forenslcs 3 .Tumor Play 3 Class Com tees l Z 3 RUSSELL STEVENSON Im sure care's an enemy to hfe Vars1ty Club 3 4 Boys' Bowlmg 3 Basketball l Class Comm1ttees l Z BARBARA STOVER The soul of mus1c slumbers ln the shell G A A 1 Glee Clubl Z Cholr Z, 3 4 Language Clubl 2 3 4 Future Nurses Club l Z 4 Trlp Club 4 Trlple Tr1o4 V C Y l Z 4 Dxscusslon 3 Class Cornmlttees 1 Z 3 4 , . . 1 1 4: . ll ' I f YY . ll I i 1'f ' I I I ' I - I I I I I I ' ll ' 1' If I I I : I I I I . 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Q , Q , ' I I Q I I I I Q 9 I - - I I Q I l I I ' ROBERT SUNDRLA Well lf Icalled the wrong number why dld you answer the phone 'P Football 3 THOMAS SUNDRLA You am t heard nothln' yet folks Varsxty ClubZ 3 Cholrl Z 3 Foot l 2 Tr kl RICHARD SUTTON Be good and you be happy but you'll mxss a lot of fun Boys' Bowlmg 4 Camera Club treasurer 4 Track 4 Cross Country 3 4 Sclence Club 4 Chess Club 4 Class Commlttees PHYLLIS SWITZER Beauty ltself doth of ltsel persuade Rollcall Staff 4 G A A 3 Cho1r 3 Future Nurses Club 3 4 Class Comrm ttees 3 4 FRED THOMPSON I make the most of all that comes and the least of all that goes Chess Club 4 'I'r1p Club 4 Class Comm zttees 4 CHARLES TOOLE The rlght man ln the r1ght place Varslty Club 4 Footballl 3 4 JOYCE URBAIN Cheerfulness 1s as It were the sunny ray of l1fe Forenslcs 3 Class Commlttees 3 4 LOIS URQUHART There is no great gemus wlthout some touch of madness G A A l Language Club 3 Future Nurses Club l Z 3 Class Comm1ttee 3 'Ii' LOIS VALENTINE She IS a mald of artless grace, qulet of volce, and sweet of face' Glee Club 4 Trlp Club 4 Tr1ple Trlo 4 BRIAN VERBANIC "None can say that I am overbold MARY VETTER A flrm yet cautlous mmd G A Al Z Future Nurses Clubl Z Future Teachers Club 3 4 pres1dent 4 Forenslcs Z D1scuss1on 4 Class Cornmlttees l 2 3 4 MARTIN WALIGORA 'The manly part IS to do wlth mlght and mam what you can do Football l Track Z Class Commlttees troubled about many thmgs Football 1 Basketball l GLEN WARNER Nothmg can come out of an art1st that IS not ln the man Rollcall Staff 4 Varslty Club 3 4 Lan guage Club Z Baseball Z Football l 3 4 Class Commlttees l, Z 3 4 MARY WEGENER Maldens should be mlld and meek, swlft to hear and slow speak F H A l Glee Club 3 Future Nurses Club 3 4 Cholr 4 Class Commlttees 2 3, 4 ROBERT WEGENER The world belongs to the energehc' Glee Club 4 ll 3, 4. GEORGE WALTERS "Careful and Q l 9 l ' 2 : . 2. I l . I D ' ' ' to . : ' : l ' 1. DIANE WESTFALL Thou hast no sorrow ln thy song G A A 1 Glee Club Z 3 Cholr 4 Future Nurses Club 3 4 Class Commlttees 1 GERALD WHEELER 'I would rather be rlght than presldent Rollcall Staff 4 Chou' 4 Language Club 3 4 treasurer 4 Forensxcs 4 Class Commlttees 1 Z 3 4 NORMAN WILLOUGHBY Begone dull care' Thou and I shall never agree Glee Club Z Chou' 3 4 DONALD WOLFE I have never seen anythxng ln the world worth gettmg angry at BARBARA WOODS Women are wlser than men because they know less and understand more KENNETH WRIGHT An expert 15 one who lmows more and more about less and less Track 2 DONALD YORDY Smg away sorrow smg away care I rn all for a good tlme come lf you dare Student Councll 3 4 Varstty Club 4 Football 1 2 4 Basketball 1 ,EITJN ' 1 i. li' 51- + Mu V ,N fy 'CS cus, w.,,,,, 'R ' -A 534 , . . KH' 4 " I L, cu- , 55,5 A-W, HP' .xg- f' 7 .? ' 4 QQ- ik 'Ab . .vw f ' N115 -if "a'?vf. ,I , A ,4 .4 -,K ,NNW , ,Y X- X K M- x x , ?'vfo.p ' Q xy. XX f - 1 . S , . 'Rxfsf-sf-'ff x E 'fyb x , K X.fxx w X . x x Q x i x . x s. X - K rx x g IIIEIIRJIIWII The Nrational Honor Society was established at Farmington High School in 1945. Students in the upper third of the senior class, possessing .1 ,pg the qualities of scholarship, service, leadership, and character may be elected to the 1'1afi0Ua1 secretary. Only 15 per cent of the class is eligible for membership. This year, nineteen students were chosen. A faculty committee, headed by Miss Rutn L Bailey, selects the final group Gunilla Abeleen Carlcne Daniels ,-0' Joanne Auger Russell Desmellk 1 "0 9 David Cargill Q9 Diane Franjac it Gi F" i' S Q, . ' N V t i X Q22 Daniel Burnett ' -A Gerald Flick ta, ' l Wxlham Fulton 4 I 4' Clara Hanson George Mullin Donald Nichols Frank Hirnmler Sharon Regentik Guy I-lower K' Allce Langford Rodney Layton Roberta Spaller Nicholas Spicer .3 lhe D A R Award IS presented each year by the Three Flags Chapter of the Daughters of the Arnerlcan Dtevolutmon, to an outstandmg semor gmrl The qualxhcatlons for the award are dependabxhty, leadershlp, and patr1ot1s1n The emor class nommates three g1rls and from these glrls the faculty chooses one to recewe tue award Tie rec1p1ent of the award th1s year IS Lols Ayres The Brykalskl Coolman Award was establlshed m 1949 by the Class of 1941 The award 15 glven each year IH memory of two of then' classmates who were k1lled IH World War Il A cand1date must be a Jumor, must have parucmated mn at least one sport and must have shown serv1ce character leadershlp and scholarshm The recxplent of thxs award m 1955 was Donald Nlchols The 1056 wmnner had not been chosen at the t1rne of wrltmg of thls artlcle The Kelth Johnson Memorlal Award was flrst awarded m 1941 IH memory of Kelth Gordon Johnson, member of the Class of 1941, who among h1s n1any accomphshmen s was student councll presldent The faculty nommates three semors eac1 year on the bas1s of cooperatmon, dependabxlxty, 1n1txat1ve prornptness honesty h1gh standards stablhty nd scholarsh1p The semor ' class and the faculty then vote on the three nominees. The person chosen to receive the honored award this year is Donald Nichols we Seated D Nxchols D Cargxll N Splcer delegates Seated Joanne Auger delegate Layton, G Mullm, alternates Standmg B Landacre B Standlng Loxs Ayres alternate Fulton, J' Fl1ck alternates 9 Qulsenberry Tl Desmehk A Jones delegates Every year, SIX or seven Jun1or class members are selected to attend the state w1de Boys' and C'11'1S' State It 1s held for the boys at Mlchlgan State Unlversxty and for tne gxrls at the Unlverslty of Mzchrgan Preferred candldates, usually flve or sxx boys and one glrl, are flrst nom1nated by the members of the JUHIOI' class, and then the Juxuor faculty selects the fmal students to attend The students and faculty choose these people on the basxs of thelr sense of duty leadersh1p, patrmotlsm honesty, alertness enthuszasm, and cooperatzon The names of the elected students are then submltted to the Women s Auxlhary of the Amerlcan Leglon, the Clty of Farmmgton, Llons Club, Kxwams Club Amerlcan Leglon, Exchange Club, and Junior Chamber of Commerce These varlous clubs and organrzatlons each select one person to sponsor The Anfxerxcan Leg1on presents each year a medal of honor to the outstandmg boy and glrl cltzzen of tue semor class The qualxtzes possessed by the good cltlzens are cooperatlon, helpfulness and usefulness enthusx asm for the welfare of the scnool good sportsmanshxp, trustworthlness self sacrlhce, and loyalty to the tradx hon and 1deals of the school Th senlor class votes on three girl nomlnees and three boy nomlnees who have been selected by tne faculty The reclplents of the award thrs year are Wllllam Landacre and Loxs Ayres I . , . 9 - ' v : R- 2 1 Q . . I . 1 - : 1 ' ' . 'r - . . ,. , 1 . , A , , . , - - , . . . . , . . . . - . I I 1 . - , . . . v ' a .Q 1' I .qv ' ' X" W if 0 l 1 l v D- H dag, , . X t i N- .Y - ' 1 . . C H , I 1 A s . V S . . 1 . . By recommendation of the faculty and action of the school board, the Class of 1956 will be the first to graduate seniors with honors and high honors. To graduate with high honors, a student must have maintained an average of 3 50 or better for the first seven semesters of high school in all subjects giving one credit for a year's course Those graduating with honors must have a point average from 3 00 to 3 49 for the same period of time This system replaces the previous plan of naming the two highest scholastically as valedic torian and salutatorian With the growth of the school this previous plan limited special honors to an increasingly smaller percentage of graduates Members of the Class oi 1956 graduating w1th high honors are Gunilla Abeleen, David Cargill Russell Desmelik, Diane Frangac, Clara Hanson, Alice Langford and Lois Urquhart Those grad uating with honors are Alice Annette, Dan1el Burnett, Mar1lyn Carmack, James Chellman Frank Himmler, Rodney Layton, George Mullin, Donald Nichols, Peter Quisenberry Sharon Regentik, Roberta Spaller Nicholas Spicer, Joyce Urbaln, and Mary Vetter is gn- 'ilf ' A3941 I Gumlla Abeleen David Cargill Russell Desmelik Diane Franjac Clara Hanson Alice Langford L015 Urquhart I ' I I . . . , . . : . . - ' . . . . , . l C 'K 0. .,, Q J? 1 ' , . ,-.4 M . , V C 2 J 9964530 A f . 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" i ., ,Again , L U 'vi fvkf' , ' :pf i ' The Art Award is presented on a four year basis to the art student of special ability who has done superior worn in class and extra curricular activities The award this year goes to Gerald Wheeler and A1193 Langford Each year a student who has been outstanding both in mechanical drawing and ID shop is chosen to receive the Industrial Arts award The student selected to receive this year s award 15 Martin Waligora ,,.n" The vocal music deoartment presents a medal award to a vocal student from the Junior or senior Of 1115 O'-1'fSt'3I1d1HU SeI'V1Ce. and of his cooperation and achievement The medal has been awarded to Carlene Daniels this year The Home Economics Award is given to the girl who possesses and displays best the qualities of a good homemaker Such qualities include develo Jment of home making skills, poise and personality, Urooming, dependability, tolerance, maturity in attitudes toward home making, and high ideals The girl chosen to this honor this year is Mary Howe . , . - . . . . , , C L . , . . . class. This award is given on the basis of the student's sincere appreciation and love of music, . 1 - . . . . O ' l I U . . 15' 9 One band award is nresented annually to the outstanding and good rating senior who has participated actively as a member of the school band Tiis honor is given to the person who best fulfills the following qualifications exception service and achievement, special value to the band, and cooperation over and above normal duties T515 ygdar the band award is presented to i rank Himrnler The Journalism Award is given each year to a member of the Blue and White Staff The recipient is chosen for ni outstandmo ability to write, for his numerous contributions to the paper and for his constant enthusiasm ihc tuuents to receive the award this year are Rodney Layton and William Fulton. 6' The Spanish and French departments uresent their award to a student who has consistantly shown high scholarship, Other requisites, leadership and service, may be shown through work in the Language Club. The winner of the award this year is Nicholas Spicer and Barbara Place. Ihe Englmsh award IS presented to the four year Enghsh student who 15 outstandmg m the followlng respects cons1stant use of good dlctxon unusual mterest mn mcreasmfr hls vocabulary, keen apprec1at1on and mterpreta mon of fme lxterature, and faclllty and fluencw of wr1t1ng Th1s year s reclpxant IS Wllllam Fulton "za-4 515, The debate squad presents key awards to students who have gxven thelr all to debate and contmbuted to the Success of the teams m tne1r sen1or year Two squad members have been Chosen for the award thls year They are Danlel Burnett 'md Nxcholas Splcer Tue Soc1alStud1es award IS glven each year to a student who shows scholarsmp, class and extracurrlcular COY1tI'1bU-110115, and outstandmg cxtlzenslup mn socxal studxes The recxpxent of tlus year s award IS Ahce Langford The Glrls' Physlcal Educatlon Department presents 1t's award to a glrl who has conslstantly shown supermr sportsmansh1p and helpfulness to others The recxplant IS Mary Ann Ohman 3' H . .. .D. lv I 1 T l C . l U wr ,, x , ,., xy -5 x , , , 5, , A 4, ... S ' " " J Q.,-sg W ,M m,,,w'MH .4 4 W, 3 ' V.,-AM 'Air-iff ,,.,- " A ,,,,v-A ,,,,- .f" ' 4,2 'AW-"" jf, ,ff N .,4ff" yW,.Mff UM'-f ,Mr class of '57 The class of l957 began the1r Junlor year by presentlng the f1fth annual Horneconnng Dance Larly ln December plans for the J Hop began The dance was held January Z8 ln the new gymna slum Muslc was supplled by John ny Tltus and lus orchestra The class also put on a very successful Junlor play ln Apr-11 named "Midnight Mirage" and was Seated J Boyce Treas B Brewbaker Pres B Jones V Pres T Kosty Sec Standmg Mr Splnk M1ssBast1ane111 Mr Z1mmerman Mr. Race M1ss Blam M155 Stang ' - - - Q o u 9 3 u Q o g o ' . . . - . . . . - . , 3 1 , ! 1 U - Ho." ' ly, ag' kj 1 7 .f sw: 'fl if K. First Row: J. Weightman, J. Wissinger, A. Valentine, W. Townsend, B. Violet, D, Wilkins, C, Wilson, J. Stokan, Second Row: T. Smith, C. Wellis, B. Waldie, K. Senob, D. Tulip, J. Stain- brook, G. Warner, Third Row: S. Walters, B. White, K. Startos, C. Margherine, G. Thomas M. Urbain, I... Stilson, A. White. Fourth Row: J. Tilder. M. Sutton, R. Stover, J. Stiebing, D. Warriner, M. Walker, D. Verbanic, D. Sundrla 2 gg ' ,Q 1 Q 6 IJ in t . ?f ', "' ' 1 1 W1 it ' ' ' , , S- 1 9 . . 'T' "f ' X -9 T' First Row: S.Schroeder, B. Petty, M. Chrnan, C. Robertson, N. Nichols, B. Place, J. Roggen- buch, B. Schamanek, C. Rozenboorn, N. Phillips, Second Row: G. Parsons, J. Strickland, B. Stewart, R. Porter, D. Rentz, C. O'Connor, F. Pepper, D. Pember, D. Nessen, B. Richardt. Third Row: J, Rowley, S. Mclfachin, A. Scott, S. Peterson, D. Reinke, V. Nelson, B. Ports, N. Richards, C. Read, I. Scott, R. Sakofske. Fourth Row: B. Rogers, J. Porman, B. Salow, L. Raupp, P. Riley, P. Schaldenbrand, D. Sauerbery, L. Ross, R. Newman, N. Pippin, B. Safofske. n f-,C5C5f'5,Q:""'.'N I sf I OC Q T' fl4'9"'P First Row: J. Andrews, D. Dufault, N. Beal, K. Boswell, L. Chambers, D. Balwin, J. Cervin, C. C. Costello, J. Carter, V. Brugman, J. Fletcher. Second Row: N. Fitzpatrick, B. Brewbaker, Cusac, F. Leider, J. Boyce, L. Bishof, J. Abend, E. Fawcett, M. Fisher, D. Clark, T. Cutis, T. DeGroot, B. Beals. Third Row: D. Clouse, D. Ferrante, J. Forgette, G. Bland, J. Burbank, D. DesJardins, N. Brunk S. Everts. Fourth Row: H. Bensch, V. Butler, E. Andrews, R. Arrington, J. Cook, T. Calkins, R. Frank, D. Benson, T. Cornell, R. Eves, G. Fryer, F. Bending. I 1 OI .-." " 5 V, 'pa if 5 ' ' - ""' 1 ., xr? ' 7, hi . 'I v-gf First Row: A. McCaffery, S. Larson, L. Kelly, M. Martin, E. Hanson, L. Graham, S. Gallant J. G B D L J. Johnson, A. Galbraith, H. Goodson, N. Hodgins. Second Row: E. Libstaff, N. Lind, B. Martin, Maneikkanen, L. Lynch, H. Howes, D. McBride, H. Hawkins, D. Lund, T. Leach, F. Menke, McNatt, A. Gadde. Third Row: B. Hoppe, N. Mitchell, S. Henry, J. Jalbert, L. McKinney, Golla, D. Jones, A. Lancaster, l. Hoy, B. Malanfant, J. Hoffnagle, J. Kelly, Fourth Rows! Hart, D. Gregory, B. Madrey, L. McLellan, H. Green, B. Jones, D. Liphardt, D. MacDonald Mc Caskill, T. Matz, T. Kosty, D. Hoffman, R. Murphy. WX wi ff' ,4,P f '45 1 A I' .L 1 G3 :inf a"f 1 A Y' class of '58 The class of l958 got off to a good start wlth 1ts fmrst dance, the Cornucopla Flesta, Whmch was held on November 18 part by selllng refreshments at the Farmlngton Walled Lake basketball game On March Z3 the Sophomores presented them' second dance of the year On January 6 the Sophs did their Seated V Landacre Sec B R1d1ngS Pres K N1kk11a Standmg M1ssW11cox Mr MCCT61ght Mr McGrath Mr Peace, Mr Peel Mr. Manzm, Mlss Ba11ey V. Pres., D. Catherman-Treas. ,- -. -. ca -5 13-31 ps . 1' T' 2.7, First Row: R. Bonnie, H. Brugman, J. Becker, VI. Crittenden, J. Bezeski, C. Bawdin, L. Clark, R. Briggs. Second Row: D. Bradley, D. Catherman, M. Boguski, L. Angel, S. Beuthin, J. Cook, W. Crawford, P. Chapman, J. Bailey, J. Cooley, J. Cox, J. Brumrn, P. Barber. Third Row: R. Buch, B. Clayton, A. Celinske, B. Calahan, J. Brown, D. Cornell, B. Coe, J. Clappison, A. Allen, G. Bates, J. Balcom. Fourth Row: T. Bodinus, R. Byron, K. Carlson, J. Clark, J. Chalmers, R.. Barbour, E. Barnes, D. Catherman, R. Appleby, D. Cairns, V. Barryrnan, H. Bailey. gf. , if-F471 i f ' cf. V, - s ' Q ' 'r - 4 .- - ,'.'i .' '. .. or A x- Q9 i 'A . - ,. 'A " .' ,fi c Q. f z. - f yur f . h i gg- ' . o h Q V ' A i L L A ,, .3 S T .L o ' Y '- 5 'Q' AJ- 3' ':r '- .f X - V 1 w . . , 1 y D 5 at A O t f ca ,M " 46' ' x . , V x , V ,f XL - i . First Row: M. Miller, M. Otis, P. Newton, D. Maclean, P. Groth, R. Groth, F. Hardesty, Y. Manseau, S. Lell, V. Landacre, F. Leach. Second Row: L. Imus, J. King, C. Maunder, D. Nichols, S. Mon-je, N. Ling, N. Ortwine, V. Pratt, S. Porter, S. Lewis, P. Ports, D, l-'ingsley, R. Matousek. Third Row: J. McCaskill, B. lfullgren, S. Mosely, M. Oliver, F.. Palumbit, J. Latharn, A. Lumie, P. O'Flaherty, bf. Maunder, C. Kinsman, S. Martin. Fourth Row: V. Peruchpc H, D, 1'.5arti'i,J. McGee, C. Olsen, C. Love, T. Moorrnan, D. Knephler, D. Hamilton, R. Morrison, E. Newburg, K. Nikkila, L. Mrock, P. King, D. Koeler. 5 J S US , 3 v xx, 11 'D' ' v -A-' First Row: G. Gilbert, J. Ellingham, B. Ellis, M. Durfee, R. Heath, N. Dwyer, K. Den- nington, S. Hymes, A. Grace. Second Row: J. Hebert, M. Fawcett, J. Hein, E. Filley, D. Furgeson, G. Glen, S. Hart, M. Fawcett. Third Row: C. Johnson, T. Houston, D. Hein, A. Dunn, D. Felsot, J. Forkel, L.. Ingersol, P. Grand, S. Heck. Fourth Row: R. Emerson, J. Forgett, D. Hamlin, D. Fosmoen, D. Denniston, F. Dwyer, E. Fulton, R. Jordon, G. Durnmond, G. Hohwart. ,,- ,-, ch' U 'ws I Q- li Q . VW S., Su' XA .,., xf Us , "'- ,- ,, Sf ,213 Rfb' ,Fw Y Q QOL S1 First Row: P. Thomas, J. McGee, N. Smith, E. VanDusen, J. Sharp, L. Sandula, C. Scully, J. Yordy, J. Shelters, D. Steinbuck, P. Ross. Second Row: L. Sonnenburg, D. Soderquist, M. Vhitehead, D. Woods, A. Townsend, J. Rogerson, J. Rogers, D. Shoquist, R. Temple. R. Steuck, R. Rainson. Third Row: B. Warner, D. VanDusen, S. York, J. Young, L. V-'ixom D. Sirnler, D. Russell, S. Whitehead, P. Whitsett, T. Sampeer, J. Schmidt. Fourth Row: F. Semke, E. Ridings, J. Ronk, J. Wolstencroft, D. Salay, D. Wolf, ll. Waters, R. Gates, S. Shultz, B. Spaller, R. Stover. ,f CJ S rf I 1--rv class of '59 The Class of 59 got off to a fly 1nb start th1S year by sellmw refreshments and more refreshments at the Bentley football game Thls year's class had two dances scheduled One of whlch was held ofthe flrst semester Thls dance was closed as lt annually has been ln the past The other dance wh1ch was open was held rn early Aprml Th1s dance ended the money makmg projects for the Freshman class of thls year l f' '7 early in February right after the close Standmg Mr Feucht Mr Maattala, Mr Hayes, Mr Glenn, M1ss K1rchner Mlss Shawley Mrs McCre1ght Mr Broderson Seated M Agee Pres E Sp1cer Treas E Lehnan Sec , K Schamanek V Pres .QQ 5 Sn- W 'C' . Si-3-X ,,,.,p First Row: P. Stokosa, S. Weaver, N. West, K. Scheffer, R. VanAmeyde, J. Worrall, D. Van- Veren, J. Walker, J. Woods, B. Schniers. Second Row: J. Williams, D. Zell, J. Woods, B. Steuck, D. Warthman, R. Utley, J. Seaman, R. Stumbaugh, J. Westfall, W. Sharp, D. Spicer. Third Row: P. Stipcak, D. Sonnenberg, B. Vasser, D. Willoughby, E. Wilson, J. Shuster, P. Sewell, E. Spicer, G. Sutton, C. Schrader, R. Tandy, S. White. Fourth Row: J. Sylvester, J. Youngs, N. Stevenson, C. Vetter, P. Vairo, P. Venstra, W. Wright, L. Zimmerman, M. Statham T. Tulloch, T. Young, K. Schamanek. -A an Q an .- ai. fr .515 5 ,- -- frying 5 3 1 ,IU n"Qlin. q g f? E A614 First Row: R. Randolph, L. Lemon, J. Lemon, J. Phelps, B. Martin, T. McCourt, L. Morey, S. Pitcher, E. Lehnan, J. Ostrander, M. Patterson, D. Margherini, Second Row: W. Rudberg, L. Parks, R. Petersmark, G. Martin, R. Pearison, T. Lawrence, A. Ramsey, D. Novak, S. Lange, B. O'Connor, C. Lombard, P. Long, S. Mather. Third Row: D. Oliver, J. Roth, T. Peckham, J. Lawing, R. Miller, D. Parker, L. McClurg, A. Muns, A. Oldfield, G. Nathan, J. Lapham, R. Lockridge, S. Rogers, J. Maviglia. Fourth Row: J. McBride, S. McKenzie, K. Robinson, G. Rentz, L. Larch, J. Lange, J. Pligen. Fifth Row: H. Moody, D. Roberts, W. Nitz, D. Reed, R. Peek, D. Ressler, G. McNesse, J. McDamu, J. Rackov, L. Laizure, A. LaSage, N. Morris, T, Murphy, D. Moore. Q- f qw! !Q I Nor 'lf 'ff -a Q gvz f , Qilfi, I' A OJ 5 ' ' -' F 'I ,,,L -Z L Q U - I' Q , Q:-f 7 rf 'Z rw M' First Row: T. Byrtus, J. Clark, J. Droz, S. Everts, Y. Evert, J. Brundle, P. Porrus, G. Bowen M. Burnham, M. Cooley. Second Row: B. Boyd, K. Brumm, C. Coughlin, K. Andrews, E. AuBu- chon, G. Carter, B. Deckard, N. Becker, A. Deaven, B. Brown, M. Burley. Third Row: F. Clap- pison, B. Adams, R. Bezesky, M. Elm, C. Coousins, N. Cavins, D. Anderberg, E. Beckweth, F. Buesser, M. Chellman. Fourth Row: B. Berini, B. Eirschely, J. Brurnm, B. Bailey, J. Coffman B. Bassett, J. Clark, H. Biggs, M. Berling, J. Davis. Fifth Row: B. Emerson, B. Bieker, W. Cawley, D. Byrne, R. Brooks, B. Evans, M. Agee, G. Bishop, B. Butler, G. Ekey, R. Aman, N. Davis. P 5 First Row: S. Felt, E. Harris, S. Hosler, R. Garner, S. Hodges, T. Garner, C. Kappeler, B. Gauthier, C. Johnson, A. Francis, J. Hancock. Second Row: C. Hickey, P. Gamble, E. Jacobs, E. Harlow, J. Filochowski, L. Frizzelle, B. Gale, S. Kyle, T. Fitzpatrick, T. Hedgecough, J. Hoffman, M. Keck. Third Row: C. I-labermehl, C. Gross, J. Jenkins, N. lrwin, S. Hansen, J. Frisco, D. Faulkner, H. Farnhan, M. Gerber, K. Hembree, K. Farmer, J. Hendrickson. Fourth Row: L. Kleiner, L. Haworth, B. Klus, R. Frank, J. Grinager, B. Gambee, J. Fredro, R. Jor- dan, B. Heliker, J. Holman, R. Kish, B. Fear, T. Grimshaw. Fifth Row: G. Holmesk, J. Jan- kowski, R. Hubert, D. Feys, B. Glumb, B. Hayes, D. Hollaway, G. Fawcett, J. Kolan, C. Keach, J. Groover, J. Kempstreet. 13891-40' HH? HI CLXSSGS As one walks from room to roorn through Farmlngton I-hgh School n matter what department he V1S1tS he 1s bound to see the students buslly at work under the capable SUPGTVISIOD of the mstructors The students 1D the Enghsh depart ment are seen study1ng on recltlng The lndustr1al Arts students are always plannmg and worlung on varlous pro jects The sclentlsts' are Constantly 'hnventxng new Chenucal reactlons A day at F H S 15 one full of enthuslasm and 1earn1n0 , O 1 . . ' vu ' ' 1 . . . H . . . . . . O. gf? , 5"!' .-,,,,a-" 4- . 1 3 T 1 M" fg, HW L SP' L -L'-,,, ,--- , " .i .1 8.- 8 age, X spanish -in I n Iigx' x. J , N l l.f i 'av 'wb i -ki, 4 t -U 4 8.-4 mga? T AIU' ' I-1' Lu 'T' Biology Ummmu,--N F' w I fa in s Chenustny PU""" 3 ant majon 6 BM 11 -2' V la family llvlhq l.. , 1 cf' 1 '- ,, ' I ..,, -v 06 li li '1 Wi I QE" M M sal! sf-I' ., ,fm if mpg-4 xx in Q -1 I .RK W 1 . 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P 475:41 L wx -f . mf h vi 4 fs...,,5 - 5r'aa-nQpq, l 3 Q ' oc- ., ' asa- ' .., 0" 45 X I' ff? .., Q.: wan xfx, CGBAIG Seated N Hodglns J Crossett R Spaller B Place D Stenvlg Second Row D Stum ba h N ug Splcer D Burnett M 'Walker T Moorman D Coffman L Sm mth 55!3 IEGHS Flrst Row N Phllllps M Ohman K Senob G 'Nlelson Baldwm J Tllder J Welghtman Second Row M Dlx D Hem K Remke B Hoppe J Droze E Tehanan C Kappeler J Nason Tlurd Row S Whltehead A Lancaster J Burbank C H1ckey E Spxcer C Costello J Latham L Leach G Brown S Peterson C Read S Hodges Fourth Row L Kelly K Andrews J Jalbert L Chambers S Larson D Anderburg J Brumm M Berlmg K ROb1nSOH M Martm S Lang Fxfth Row M Elm L Clark H Bxggs N I-lodgms J Hem R An'1on P Cha m B p an Klus B McNIatt K Boswell B Elrschele S Hymes J Boyce J Hoofnagle N Lmd D E Harr1s M Gerber M Cooley ,, Q- . 1 , . -f ""' , f " 9 .za if! N ' , ' x ' 1 ' .I . . , -'14 . 5 ,X 1 Q 6 - . 1 3 . 1 . I I f - J ' jf ' ' 1 . '- A 0 . .. x . , 4 -' 4, sa 1 4" 'I -,.....W A 'R + I 'twlai-annul' 1, A A m S' W1 W , 1 1 in 1 , 1, Q ,J , .V if 1 . : . , . , . , . , . . : . - , . , . , . , . . , . , . S . , 1 p .Q , . , A . 1 . -a Q N.. , va ' ' 5, 6 ' 'V " J ' ' n ., 3 ' 'na il - . 3- ' ' -9' 1 -' , ' A , if 5 1- - Q -,- A K ' , 3 -9 ,, v' Q L, J., A ' Q 1 ,Q Y - - 3 3 L. as 5 - f- I , , gl pn : - 0 'J - Us ' - A ..- . - Q l , w ,. . - vi , f - sf 5 y ' -. , - . , an - .' 0 ' V , V A ' , Q . I 5 I - I . L ' ' . W , at 1 X 2 -1' I . , . , . , . l , . , . , . , . 1 - 1 1 - : ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 . . , . . . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . : . , . , . 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - - I - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 . , . , . - 1 , . , . , . . bi 49 3 36 'T' 'B' W UBRAIIIAIWS 4 IB 7 fi., 'U c Seated G Gilbert P Johnson D Cox C Kinsman J Edwards S McEachin Second Row S Gallant J Johnson I1 Goodson M Runyon S Walters L Leach Mrs Murphy gc if? 'fi .JL W -D CAIDGRA ClUB Seated: Senob D. Sutton IN. Lind M. Ohman J. Steibling A. Ford J. Vissinger. Second Row: Mr. 'vianzi M. Fisher IN. Gadde B. Coutts F. Himmler. Third Row: J. Levin S. Henry A. Lancaster C. Costello B. Eirschele S. Vhitehead S. Bunnell B. Malenfant. . 'SS ag XJ HA Seated P Mlller A Lumme B Hoppe E Kmsman L Nathan C Blshop Second Row K Stratos C Cusac J W1SSlngCT D Westfall B Stover V Carley language cluB Seated B VanAInede G Thomas C Rozenboom E Panson 'N Splcer L belly A Lancaster M Durfee A Grace Second Row L Chambers VI Olwer C Costello D Cornell B Coe S I-lymes S Lange M Otls D Baldwmn G Brown IVIlSS Bastla nellx Thlrd Row J I-Iooinagle B Hoppe B Malenfant M Burley D Cox M Cooley mer IN Erwm S Bunnell I'o.1r1l low J ll 1 r Lmd W Crlttenden Robertson B Stover M Gxffmn 14 Boswell B Ports B Schamanek Flfth Row J Cook K Senob G Wheeler J 'lllder D Burnett J Ollver P Chapman N Gadde VI Ohman J Nussmger 96' 5-D Q'-rr T5 349 .-5. 515 i Y if ra-,.4" 1 IIUIURG teachens Y' Seated R Spaller M Vetter N Spmcer G Wheeler Standmg C Johnson M Howe B X..r x.J ha Flrst Row M Urbam C Margherlnl J Sharf: Denrnngton J Stokan L Sundula J Kelly Qecond Row J Forgette S Qchroeder J Yordy R Heath N Dwyer B Malenfant M1ss K1rchner Thxrd Row M Howe N Klng S Beuthm S Lewls J Cooley J Brumm J Brumm M Buguske ' Q ! M i E A 4 : ,Q i ' - f . ' 4 Q , '- y A 1? , I A 1 , 'Q , V I ,, F I V7 A . K Beech: D.. Burnett: N.. Gadde, 'L. .Rackov,, Miss Stang. I ' . , . , . R I 1 4 u H 3 fp .1 A -- 1 Q Q4 6 g, ' I V. M 1 , , N .H M - Y C w C . xx Q - AVL 6 N771 , -1 4' ' " F- - - , 5 x Seated D lN1chols L Ayres A Langford R Layton Second Row N Mltchell A Ford B Groom B Serafml G Best J Auger B Fulton Thlrd Row S Peel R Desrnehk BlUE ADO WHITZE The Dlue and Whmte has done a terrlfmc Job thls year 1n l1v1ng up to the1r motto, me best school 15 an xnformed school Each week the entlre Journal msm class can be seen bus1ly huntmo for stor1es Wr1t1ng artlcles settlng type 3r1nt1ng the proof read copy and sellmg the best paper our school has ever known The lue and Wh1te 1S full of news that mterests the students and keeps them up to date Wlth ufuportant haaperungs around school We take our hats off to the hard working journalism staff and the wonderful job they are doing. 1 .Ll wi- - l" Uh 193 il? Y 48 'S 1 A V f' L Q ' I I , . L X' M ' R s , ' , 3 lx I , I . l , N R ' . k ' ' 1 ,I Q . X Seated: D. Coffman, B. Brown, S. Mather, L. Leach, S. Hanson, B. Clayton, S. Hosler, S. Hodges, J. Auger. Second Row: Mr. Geiger, D. Novak. J. Burbank, D. Franjac, R. Roberts, R. Layton, C. Scully, L. J. Larch, G. Menke, S. Whitehead. Third Row: B. McNatt, K. Nikkila, D. Hoffman, D. Catherman, D. Yordy, F. Himmler, J. Flick, P. Quisenberry, B. Ridings, D. Pember. Q- ri' 7 A . l .xl S' I . L H' - 1' . Z' A I rd ,PL h V 4 r ' ' - l all f . V I A' I 2 ' 6 , . O x , , P L - I - I. ca 7 ' L - . - - if C ,il ' 2 , , ' 5 , - 2 ' , ' . stuoent COU!1Cll 1 me tudent Counul lS com noscd of representatxves elected fronm each hr nerooln lhey '1re headed by a pres1dent and vlce prestdent elected by the ent1re student body lhe counc1l assembles wxth Mr James A Gewer to dlscuss and attenlpt to und solut1ons to school problems fhe Student Counctl serx es as a good examnle of stu dent Ooxernnient The councml soonsers the selec tlon of cheerleaders, c1v1c pro jects, the talent show, vartous dances, and numerous other stu dent actu 1t1es m 2 Seated Jerry Fhck Presmdent Joanne Auger Secretary Standmg Ron Roberts V Presldent Don Yordy Trea surer James Gelger adv1sor N1 M Q4 ur ai Seated E Kinsman B Hoppe M Ohman B Bermi L Ayres J Boyce M Martin D Baldwin J Mitchell aecond 'low .3 Henry N Mitchell L Leach A Annette A Allen B Coe A Lancaster S Bunnell S Martin S Mcliachin Third Row M Otis J Latham G Brown L Kelly J Yordy lv' Howe C Costello S Hymes C Read D Cornell V Landacre Fourth Row N Lind B Ports D McLain A Lumie M Durfee C Rozenboom B Place J Cervin S Whitehead A Langford A Ford R Sakofske Fifth Row G Thomas E Hanson C Wilson M Fisher J Cook P Chapman K Senob J Weightman K Boswell S Hart K Kullglren 'viiss Shawley Y GAA 4, Seated: Beverly Berini, V. Presidentg Miss Shawley, advisorg Lois Ayres, President. Standing: Dorothy Baldwin, Major Sports Managerg Mary Ann Ohman, Minor Sports Manager, Jane Boyce, Secretaryg Marilyn Martin, Treasurer. jgwrxiv K. Seated D McBr1de G Powell D Nlchols G Warner S Phllllps J Strlckland D Hamxlton N Spzcer R Stevenson D Burnett Second Row J Urquhart D Coffman B Landacre E Bonnv1lle D Catherman S Blshop D Byrne L McLellan R Desmellk B Beech J Olxver T Kosty Thxrd Row R Roberts J Stambrook R Layton D I-Iarrxson D Tuhp D Shuster E Curcxo B Brewbaker D Cargxll L Glldemelster G Mullm Fourth Row D Benson J Fllck D MacDonald J Plautz D Warmner L Raupp W Jones B Arrxngton J Cook D Robxnson D Yordy B Fulton 1 QS' Y in VARSITY ClUB A 5 1 I I hi K of .Ng I Seated Lou1s G1ldeme1ster, secretary, Jerry Fhck, pres1dent Standxng B111 Fulton, treasurer, Mr Humble, advmsor, Steve Plfulhps, sher1ff , Mizz? W , ' h J. , S I ' hi Gflgfr ' ' ' 77 www ,t nf" .V N. 2 V, ,' -nl ,WL , l 7 Q ' . ,M , Y , 1 ,Q , .- ,K 1 I 'S , -. .. , AS l s M ' , f , , sq 4 lv' 'Q : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . , . . : . , . , . . . 1 - 1 - 9 - a - 1 - u - n - . . : . , . , . , . , . , . . , . , . , . , . , . . I . , . I - 1 1 I - I ' l - 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' , . , . . . - 3 3 5 4- Q 31 .. Q, 5. I. f N' vf' 5? - . 1 ,.- - Seated J 'dwards B Groom A Langford Ed , A Annette K .aenob Standmg G Warner B oerahm G Wheeler M Howe QQ 35 5 'R V -1. .Jeated S Regentlk R Qpaller d N Lmd Standmg D Carg111 P owltzer, R Layton 4-9 Ab 4 f Seated D Franjac P Qulsenberry Ld L Ayres Qtandmg A Lancas ter, G Hower, C Davls, D Burnett, N 1-lack I 'om . . 1- . . A4 , - 9 f D ' ' p - . ' r- ' ' . . , . , . , . . 3 ,fix Y:-Y i.,,,v,x 3'-:" ,Q 1- 4X " : . ', . " . -- - ' - ' 3 - ' I - ,, . ,. .. , Q39 2- '7 Q ' Q51 D' ' N w V ffff ., 'z, f s ' v-.1 f , z , -' r 9 'lf' V' 'uf' V 1 ' 4 5, Ti ' 5 ss R, 'P r . J ' . . . ,., ,, . I . . 1 o p -5 - . . o ' i .---hkl Seated Joanne Auger Photography Ed Roberta .npaller Llterary Ed Ahce Langford Art and Layout Ed .atandlng Russ Desrnehk Edltor ln chxef gr' RUSSELL DEwNIELIIx Eutor m cmef E. RAY GLENN Advisor Pete Qulsenberry Busmess d Q-0 Lv -F"-4 Seated M Glffln C Hanson Gtandmg B Berml Sv Seated: N. Hodgins, J. Auger, Standing: L. Gildemeiste r. A '-T Photography Ed 14700 0 ,ff I pq, "' QQU , 'jr' , . Q QL! ,Lf N. " A X ' 2 .A X . N 1 1' I .F 0 , ' I s I x an ff bn semom play n "Swing Fever", a comedy in three acts, was given November eleventh and twelfth by the Class of '56. The plot centered around a serious case of mistaken iden- tity. Mr. Norris, acollege dean and head of a household, was thought to be the "Mystery Man", the mysterious dancing partner of starlet Penny Palmer. The climax of the play occured when Alex saved the job of Mr. Norris this fatherj and confessed to be the "Mystery Man" himself. The players were very well chosen for the parts, and the pro duction was a great success. f" 1 - rxw N Z S 3 4a' I. x ? J , ',1 N -5 if . J-, Ot 'L-g ,Q uf homeoommo The f1fth annual Homecommv a Farmlnoton Hlgh W s one to remembered At the Game the beaut1ful queen Joanne Auger and her stunnlng ourt members Judy Dwyer senlor Carol Read Junlor Terry Houston, sophomore and Martha Berhng freshman were h1ghl1ohted 1n a parade Wl11Ct escorted the glrls to thelr seats rnarchmg band also took part 1n the gala event At the dance that evenln there was further celebratlor' and exmtement as Don Roblnson captaln of th1s year s varslty football squad, crowned Queen Joanne and presented her Wmth a bouquet of red sweetheart roses Martha Berlxng, Freshman Carol Read Junlor Joanne Auger, '56 Queen Terry Houston, Sophomore t ' O ' be . , , on the fifty yard line. The F. H. S. ' g . . , . CNOII2 ITSI Row D Cox B onno1I5 ancaster Jurnu J Cerxm J Andrews II Goodson Ayres C Bozenboorn Hanson G Bland J Forgetfe D X anDusen J Ctoken Seton ow A Nhmte Ie affrew S e entlk ackox ran ac lx u ln I un VN heeler E Barnum B Petty J Auger M Fenton D VN estfall A Gadde J Crossett T 1rd Pow IX H lchards J Ldwards C Danmels D Du? ault NI VN egener J P orga e 1d61'Tl61SIL r D N1eBr1dc B Goers B L ra1n1 ur ank L Cham Q rs ead C Aldrlch J a nom ourth Row I Cassells J Clap mson 'N Gaddc R Spa le Ramnson A Johnson D Niorrms B Ba ow X ' lllllllhhby J Porman B Lana ac A ones X nxt G 'Nelson each C Parsons L vtover Ieup t 1 I:AlCO!1nAll26S F1rst Row C Damels D Franjac S Regenuk I Cassells L Ayres N L1nd, J Burbank G Nelson Second Row VN Fe Chr L G ldernezster D Nlchols B Gocrs E Barnum, B Land acre, P Lachmann R Ramrson G Mullmn B Ports i 1 L r GIl2lS C166 ClUB Fmrst Row M D1cks C Kappeler S Peterson S Lange J Worrall V Brugman B Gale L Larch S Mather L Ingersoll D Sonnenberg Second Row B Martn R Sakofske L Valen une L Machan S Larson P Barber Y Manseau J Carter E Harlow C Aporuxs Thu-d Row S Beuthm G Furgeson C Cusac J Smlth S Lewls P Sutton N Cavms J Wood L Graham G Bates W Feucht Fourth Row V Cawley K Scheffer R Aman N Smlth B Klus P Venstra D Catherman L Angel C Bodln J' Brumm F Hardesty " an 12 gs tj if ,i 5 BGYS Gl6G ClUB B lxullvren J Vkmlhams J Fawcett B 'Nhtz B Glenn A F1rst Row .T Rally B Lockndge Ramse G Parsons Second Row Mr Feucht J J nklns R lush S Ph ll ps B Wecen r J Y Sakofske D Worthman S Flemmlng D Woods G Powell IN N1tchellQAcC BANG 4 Karen Remke Perbert Brugman Carol Read bally Henry Betty McNatt Lmda Kelly 46? 'rw Seated D Faulkner S Fault S Brurnn J Young D McClain R Temple F Basset B Ridings B Eirscbele G Parsons A Deaven Znd Row Mr Zimmerman A Ramsey J Phelps D Novak M Statern D Clark J Sakofsky B VanAmede S Everts M Osten 3rd Row:N Irwin B Martin B Clayton G Menke, P Lachmann J. Clark, E. Fulton, F. Bending, J. Westfall, S. Hanson, J. Hendrick- son 4th Row: R. Roberts, M. Hulbs, J. Coffman, J. Fryer, R. Hubert, F. Himmler, J. Barber, D. Catherrnan, F. Menke, D. Stumbaugh, L. Haworth. L.. 1, Q .,. A l .0 11. ... 'Q ou. 0 -.- ,.. u. Wx...-... v . ' s ,"'1" Y' v. , '- ,., 1 . xx'! vita. J,,,f:..'gs,. Jo--..- " W , . , 'S a--....L-,- HO., -A ..- 5 -2 'Ax "'P1i V- , . 1 . ,-,.x A s 4 ' , , 'hu J- . o t ., . A Anvy Nu. f r. L ,-','KA 1 1 " 4. . u fwp 1 J ', ,f. .- .iggi ,ij ,fn A ., Q. ' ',s.M, 5 Af! v' fi A 1 '.0f'fl9.h' ,- 'N ,I . ,Kuff K' " Sz". ,BA-.,t Q P I u ' K -. ' ,vu 2 u n . ' li V, -. ,. sd YQ gl ' Sghxfn "5 ox? x . 'f-'-5 nv.. + .b,. 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A gi, H vga MQ ,,.,,k -WM, . -349' -, ,Wm Q... -V 'K ,qgpnnw ,SB f I3 I nf cheenleabens Ahce Langford Ahce Lancaster Nancy Llnd Lumda Chambers Judy Hoofnagle Nancy Ivhtchell Dxane Franjac Joanne Auger Captam Miss VVi1c ox, Advisor , Kneehng S B1shop G Mullln G Warner B Beech, B Landacre, D Robmson C Toole L G1ldeme1ster, R Roberts E Curclo Second Row L McLellan, B Arrxngton, W Jones D MacDonald D Benson V Butler D Warrmer, D Byrne L Raupp Thxrd Row D Race J' Stambrook D McBr1de B Brewbaker D Tuhp, D Coffman R Porter, J Strlckland J Urquhart D Catherman J Hayes Ihe Varsmty rootbal team o 1955, una r the S'L1pS1'VlSlOfl cf Mr lack Hayes, colfm eted the season lhe squad reglstered the1r wms ofer Berkeley Walled Lake, and Ruchester ims year's grxctders, led by aptaln Don Roblnson, dlsplayed mm :roved s Jark and team sp1r1t Jlfll a large number cf Junlors on he 1955 team, the 1950 squad W ll conta1n much experlence and addec strength Mr Douglas Race coached tue .T V squad and the r reshman earn was headed by Mr Irwm utherland footlsall I I . ' , . . , . 9 . . . ' , . ' ' . , . ' . : . . ' . , , . , . , . ' . , . . ' : . . g 4 I , 1 , . l 0 y n - I , , . , . . , , . . f , F 1. .L - fe ' Q ' ' . T L 'DL Ll H - with a three Win, five loss record. V T 3 17 , H I A' A 'D 1- F11 ' ' 1 C 1 . . . 1 , . I 1 A . 1. . , . . , A . .L 1 f Q L, L 'I I I -r-K L 5 l . ' Flrst Row T Morrnan R Steuck J Marsh D Sxmler B Warner D I-lervela P Ports D Nlchols L Sonnenburg R Murphy J Rogerson Second Row J McGee B Stewart J Cox T Bodlnus K Nlkl-:lla M Whmtehead J Rogers C Love J Wotencroft E Fulton Thlrd Row Mr Burtch G Hohwart R Temple R Appleby J Chalmers H Waters D Salay D Nessen B R1d1ngs J Clark R Byron J Hanson Seated C Curc1o, G Nathan, T Grlmshaw, B. Adams, L. Haworth, B. Deckard, B. Mlller, Second Row H Moody, J. Lawmg, B. Sharp, J Seaman, F. Clapplson, D. Roberts, G. Ekey, J. Rackov, B Utley Thmrd Row P. Valro, T. Tulloch, R. Kxsh, T. Young, F. Buesser, N. Stevenson, S. Beckwlth, A. LeSage, T Murphy, T Rancour, I. Sutherland. Fourth Row S. Beckwzth, G. Fawcett, B. Bleker, D. Hollaway, D. Byrne, M Agee, G. Blshop, D. Mecham, B. Wrzght, J McCamy, C. Keach, B. Butler, R. Hubert. ,ffffwvfx 11, f f , f f , I . , . , - 1 I 1 - 1 I 1 - I , . , . , . 2 2 - , . , - . . , . , - 1 - 1 - 1 ' 1 - 1 I . , . , . , . 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 1 a ' 1 - 1 1 ' If ' ' u .. s 1 1 1 ' I xrst row D Roblnsorx C3 Blshop I andacre D IX1choIs L Culdernelster .I F c 4 J Mc Casklll Pobert Burtch coach oecond row D McDonald B Jones T Caulkms .I Porman D Warrlner I, MCI ellan .I Qtambrook T hosty D Rentz the r arnungton I alcon cagers paced by capta1n Don N1cho1s and cu rected by Coach Robert Burtch fl nrshed the 1955 56 season wlth elght w1ns and elght losses for an even 500 record The team Wound un 111 fourth place ln the Inter Lakes League Wltu 1 5 5 record Bud Jones led the Talcon f1V6 m scorunv vuth 20 pomts for an avelafre of 1? polnts '1 Oarne Jones 'md IN1choIs were awarded berths on Lhe All League second tearu, and teamnmates Don McDonald and Don 'iob nson rece Gr Ionorable n1en11ou H- D i, TJ T. . - 1- , 4 Z . , A . , JJ. J , . y - I 1 11 A I I - C' . ' , X , . v - 1 - v - I I I 1 - Y ' ' ' , , .1 , . D , . , . Q V. .., , -. 4 I . . 1. , .- n . 1 , c - , 1 1. - , , . . , 1 . . 0 . Q . ' 0 . ., LJ LJ ., 1 LJ . -r- V L 4 L 1 1 ., . ' I c 4' L I I ,, 'IX' '1 1 c. , . u1rf".-P." i Flrst row Fulton J Strmckland L Raup D Lmphart E Andrews L Ross D Cathernxm D Nlchols Cecond row K Nxkklla J Hanson R Temple P Ports, H Waters J Chalmers D Byrne R Byron Thlrd row D .nhoqulst M Whltehead Rmdlngs D Saley P Kmg .T xlestlncroft J Hayes coach F1rst row D Ctumbaugh, J. Larson, D Sharo, J. Lawm, A O1df1e1d, F. Clappxson, F. Lapharn T. Young '-econd row D. Nioore, R. Jordon, D. Murnhx, B Wmghr., J. Coffman, A. LaSage, C, Graham, coach Thmrd row N Stevenson, C ' each, C Vetter, M. Agee, D. Byrnes, R Glumn, P. Vlerow. -V Q M A. M . Q ' ' L . , gfixf: - -ly - 1 . ""' Z ' I . , . . , K ' nn.. 1 5 A .Q K f I: ., , : Z . .. ' ' x M ' 1 f .- 9 f e . ' -at . E, , . ,, ,M f ' 1 A 1 S ' .f 1 '- x -. XS D 7 v - ' L y .- 2 if , f . I V I A ' r "1 ' fl W 4, . 1 J . ,, ' ZZ. , . ' ' , . , . ' , . , . , . 2 , . . ., : . , . , . , . '. , , . , - . - . ' I . " ' , . ' ' , ' ' , . , . ' , . W , . ' , . cnoss countny The Farmington High School Cross-Country team, composed of a number of athletes, produced a winning squad in l955. By winning the Hastings Invi- tational, the thinclads proved that they had one of the finest balanced teams that F. H. S, has seen in many years. The team went on to take third place, Class B. in the State of Michigan. Don Shuster, a junior and participating in cross- country for his first season, pla- ced third in the entire State. As a result of his excellance, Don was chosen captain of next year's squad. Coach Harold Hurnble and his runners are looking forward to an equally fine season in the fall of l956 Seated N picer J Oliver D Connor D huster D Hamilton Second Row F Menke J king .T Cook L Mrocq D Stumbauoh J Williarns Third Row I-1 I-Tumble D Emmerson D Koeler T Calkins F rlimmler D Sutton G Gambee . ' Q . - 5 .--. , T V . . V , , ,J , , , . 'J , . LJ , . 0 U - . ' ' 1 ' ' - - , 0 1 0 l ' 1 J s O g u a ' T J A . Y . . . 4 , . , o , . , . - , - a u , V 4,0 2 W 5 5 -9 qt" W. nh -w 4 We s 'QQ' ,, fx ! ? f 2 4 N M15 'sv X s x M ww I flag.. , . Q ,, ,, mv'-mi' f it! V3.1 gl ,.,, ' , , , , wg wh I . J, s YZSEW-?3,.f ,ff.'q'5'2ig,i f,,.,42f.,4B,-wwpz,xq,a',,y9,ga,,wi,1!Wq'gHL? M . rpm 5 Q,-,L bn 4 'N' fp. .-55. -xx u 4 1 -V xr' ,gf 1 3 ...Y ' JM A 4 an M-f1.2,', I ',,'. ,, J' Q 'a p Nb , qi "V ,L W f fi . J . ' , A Q.. 1 . f N 1 f -q N in 1 1 .-Q' S S, .' 'S 3 . 7 g .Q M .A 7, 5 , Ig.. 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He advanced to the Varsity team in his sophomore year and has served for two seasons. 1 1 Two members of this year's cross country team, Dennis I-Tainilton and Don ald Shuster, received high honors Dennis, a senior has been on the cross country team for three years This Donald, a Junior, has been on the team for only one year ln this year, Don has set a very high record by taking third place in the leaoue second in the regional, and fifth in the state year Dennis took second place in the league and fifth place in the regional, ,- s4'f'rfW..a,AiW, 'niiiffii' ga: ., f.- , ' fi W A, mf.. ,X f , i,,L3T?Q '?4?g?a-qX-.,..,.,zv ' ' IW 4, ,Jw fr FARNUFBTQ1 ' , , gf 4' M , W a-., -sg n.,,5, , ,L-4--:M 'SQ - A ,mx . 'I 1 4- 1 if: H N, . 5 ,, ,i1?l5F:f' - x ' b s ":XiiV'?':g,4f-5, .1 :WA ... , is value. aw 'iw 1 f. , J 3 ' N Q ' ffm A i -C ,L I vf., , , ' W L-....f' 1. 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GR - ' F iv ee one: or vi e 308 Congrafulahons fo Grads BEl AIRE DRUGS 24089 Orchard Lake Road GR 4 4210 FARMINGTON SINCIAIR SERVICE 33708 Grand River GR 4 9749 Complrmenfs of MAC S SERVICE Complrmenfs of BERIING McHUGH Farmmgfons Progresswe Ford Dealer Compllmenfs of BasIuun's Grand View Orchards 40245 Grand Rnver GR 4 1281 llOYD S GUllEN REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE 33123 Grand Rlver 49242 Congraiulaflons Class of 1956 STERLING PAINT STORE 32621 Grand River GR 4 2814 GERAlD C GRACE AGENCY Compllmenfs of BIACKIOCK BUICK INC 32411 GRAND RIVER Where Formungfon Hugh Bowls FARMINGTON RECREATION 32315 Grand Ruver . ' GR . I o GR 4.9849 "Your Friendly Cifizens Man" I . THE FARMINGTON ENTERPRISE ' Farmington's Own Home Communiiy Newspaper 23623 FARMINGTON ROAD GR 4 6225 Congralulahons Class of I956 READ S BEAUTY SAI.ON on 4 0052 BOB S BARBER SHOP FLAT flat tops Three Barbers DR BERNARDJ MASSON CONGRATULATIONS CONROY'S MARKET 23534 Farmington Road GR 4-4252 BEl AIRE DIME STORE Besi Wishes MR AND MRS SAM TURBAN ClAY'S BARBER SHOP 33260 GRAND RIVER 30 Years Same Locahon GI Approved 34405 Grand Rlver GR 4 2155 'I400 West Fort WO 3 0692 Comphmenfs of Congraiulahons Seniors Dr Nyal .I Carpenter, Denhst PRECISE INDUSTRIES 34405 Grand Rnver at GlII Road 33300 Thomas Street Farmmgton Much WOIIVERINE TRADE SCHOOL COMPLIMEN TS OF DICKERSON S HARDWARE ORCHARD LAKE AND TEN MILE GR 4 3223 A bouquet of Best Washes LAWERENCE MAYER Fme Flowers and Gifts GR 4 2800 Smart Apparel Shoppe 33245 Grand River Farmungton Muchngan GR 4 1263 FARMINGTON BAKERY 33250 Grand Ruver Farmington Michigan GR 4 1681 COMPLIMEN TS OF MAC'S Sc to S5 OO STORE 33317 GRAND RIVER FARMINGTON MICHIGAN GR 4 4412 CONGRATULATIONS cuss OF 55 CARL A GOERS COAL GR42534 Complrmenfs of THE LAKEWAY DRIVE IN CURB SERVICE Catering to Partues and Weddings GR 4 9868 OLDSMOBILE GMC TRUCKS 33205 Grand Rxver Ave GR 46100 PHILIP B THOMAS JEWELRY WATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY REPAIR 23613 FARMINGTON ROAD GR 4 4061 COMPLIMENTS or YOUR TELEVISION CENTER Grand Rtver at 9 Mule Road GR 4 4040 louvs EARL VIVIER COMPLIMENTS OF FARMINGTON MILLS COMPLIMENIS Opfometnst OF DR. R. C. SMITH I BEST OF LUCK BROWN'S MARKET CHOICE MEATS AND FINE FOODS 7394 Orchard Lake Road MAYFAII2 6-QI95 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS P W PORTS MD Congrafulahons Class of 56 lAVERTY INSURANCE AGENCY BOB DUSSEAU Inc i FARMINGTON MICHIGAN f Jwwn R F DUSSEAU T I ph KE 22314 CompIImenIs of Dr. G. F. Weaver Farmington Sfate Bank 33331 Grand River COMPLIMENTS OF THAYER FUNERAL HOME Farmrngton Muchrgan CONGRATULATIONS ORBIT INDUSTRIES CONGRATULATIONS EVERETT IMPIEMENT COMPANY Your Iniernohonal Harvester Dealer 31200 Grand Rnver Farmrngfon I M 5 U 33015 Gran ' r ' 7! , n - u 1 ' - vuauvr . . ee one . - EBERLEM SMITH ASSOCIATES Inc Ncl s c E Compliments of c T s .gndfrucfion gbncla ,gn jAe 6fl1.15I'0OIll guf 6cL4cafion g'ncl.4 Onfy life F. W. ROBERTSON afmmgfon run on sfnvlcf subu b dal 0 k fo E te p e 7007 9 KEnvg00d 1 4003 Relv on ROBERTSON S FOR THE BEST ' SPORTING GOODS-TOOLS d MACHINERY HOUSEWARES GARDEN SUPPLIES PAINT CABINET HARDWARE BAR B Q EQUIPMENT TOYS Baseball Equipment Roberlson Hdwe Co 27740 GRAND RIVER FARMINGTON KE 3 5399 YY FT s RA woz-:soo II49 f Blll ROOT CHEVROLET INC Cars and Trucks 32715 GRAND RIVER Telephone GR 4 0500 A . r an i as r n r ris ' - r i l I 9 of an 1 ' I U - - I Headquarters for "Little League" l I Ph : - S b'd'a o . . YLS Phone: - 7 ' G ' ld D I' ' 26 SMIIHJUPPER FARMINGTON LUMBER co. DMRY 28575 Grand Ruver PHOTOGRA HY AT ITS BEST d b Schools Wed ings H. A. POWEll STUDIOS The Farmrngion sean Bank OF FARMINGTON MICHIGAN Member Federal Reserve System Federal Deposrf Insurance Corporation l and H WOOD MFG C0 C U R T H A I- L CONGRATULATIONS PONTIAC SALES a. SERVICE THE 5EN'OR5 GR 4 3330 33224 Grand Rrver AND BEST WISHES TO I Farmrngton Hrgh I I GR 4-orso KE I- 7284 I l I HOLLOWAY CDNSTRUCTION COMPANY 5 JO 0 Grading and Sewer V0 C IGAN WEYHING BROTHERS MANUFACTURING COMPANY ,IEWELERS Class RlIlgS Invltatlons Tr0Phl8S CAPS d GOWNS T I ph L0 7 0600 3040G f tAe 1-M I PRODUCTS f 956 Glenbrook 31233 GRAND RIVER Conv alescent Home FRED F CURCTO Dst b t T-'V0N'A M'C""GAN FARMINGTON MICHIGAN Dr. M. .l. Franjac, M. D. 5 U ll: 0 ll COMPLIMENTS OF FARMINGTON CIEANERS "Nearest thing to new clothes" 32725 Grond River GR 4-3010 CONGRATULATIONS DANCERS DEPARTMENT STORE OTIS SUPER SERVICE Grond Rnver ond Grove Fcarmnngton Much GR 44212 The Corner Drug Store E L Mosure PhC COMPUMENTS OF PlUMTON'S BARBER SHOP BEST CF LUCK CIVIC THEATER 33332 Grand River GR 41951 BRADLEY REXAll DRUGS PRESCRIPTIONS Formxngton Mnchugon lgk KENN LOONIIS A 2525 Forrnungton Much KENN Looms on csc ROBERTS CGNQRATIUIATIIGUS class of 1956 HYDIIIIN .tfumurmnca -4.5 n IBIMIH OAK PHARMACY 'g if II ll ua - A O . . , . 7. X, , GR - I , I - GREEN AF-4-T600 23284 FARMINGTQ NIGHTS G -4-5040 FARMINGTON.


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