Farmington High School - Rollcall Yearbook (Farmington, MI)

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THE CLASS OF 1957 P RESENTS. . Rollcall Faculty Semors Honors Classes Academic Classes Actlvltles Athletucs 0 o o o 0 0 FAIR VIEW SCHGOL l'a1rx1ew School was ercctcd 1n l8Z6 near the bank of the cruk on the land deedcd by Deacon Ad uns was the fxrst school ln thc townsh1p 'lhc small log tr1ct as The Llttle Red bchoolhouse Later the Farm mgton Townshlp Schools were consolxdatcd and the buxldmg was remodeled Slnce lt has been known as the 1' axrv1ew School and has been used as a kxndergarten If the school should ever be abandoned, the land would revert to the Adam's estate Many of the senlors spent them' lundcrparten year 1n thxs lxttle schoolhouse out on the hlll 1 - - 1 - A Il -, lt building was painted red and known throughout the dis- . . A . A , Dedication We dedicate this I957 Rollcall The f'1c.u1ty of FeLrrf1rp+or1 Huvh Choo' has melped us to 3t+311'1 knowled 'uni underbban' no lat Wf N111 Uno. 1nvPluab1e IH 0' r COPAIHU years ure tune for neu' elf ts oft Q Goes unex essed o mend, We, tu class oe lechcate our yearbook ' O it A . C- l- L Dv KJ C' 'lf 4 ' .J L e x H U 0 Q3 .J ,L ,' ' JY' ' "' f Q nl G ul C X - L 1 . . Q . A ,., FL. L VL 1- O - .1 6: or C- O ., " f .L1 1 , 1' !E An' 1 . T L L V 1 2 , r . . MR J A G IGER PT1HC1pa1 1? MR H R HUMBLE ASS1StaHt Pr1nc1pal MARY AVERY Phys ICB1 Educ at1on ELSIE BARNARD Typlng Shorthand RUTH BAILEY Latln Enghsh MARY BASTIANELLI Spamsh French CLIFFORD BRODERSON THEODORE BIELECK1 Drlver Tramlng Industrial Arts G.. . . . E i ,. 4 ROBERT BURT CH Phys xcal Educ atmn HELEN DAHLSTROM M athematxc C- WILLIAM FEUCHT Vocal Muslc EARL BYE VIRGINIA CARLEY JOHN COTTON Industrlal Arts Enghsh Athletlc Dlrector MARY DONOVAN Enghsh Mathernatws RAY GLENN Art EUGENE FREED Mathematmcs MARY FARROW General Sclence L CLAYTON GRAHAM WILMA GUMMERUS Drwer T1-a1n1ng Typlng Shorthand A Q 'Q R X , W My A , y h I , I' I!! MARY HANCUFF JACK HAYES General Science Physical Education gin' 'V ""' Pl:- DONALD HOWELL Biology f' PHILIP LANEY RAYMOND MCCREIGHT WILMA MCCREIGHT Business Tfalfllng Mathematlcs Mathematlcs M TARMO MAATTALA JOESPH MANZI MARION MURPHY Government Economms Chemlstry Phys1cs L1brar1an RUTH KIRCHNER Horne Economics EUGENE Mc GRATH Enghsh bf? THOMAS PEACE Hlstory F emi!" " ' Y 41 4, 1 N ,.aA W LEE PEEL Engh sh Journahsm RAYMOND SHERPITIS Speech Engllsh BERNICE VOLTMER I-hstory Soc lology RITA PIERON DOUGLAS RACE EUGENE SCHOENEICH Physlcal Educatlon El'1g11Sh Enghsh Mathematlcs JERRY SPINK Commerc 1a1 ROBERT ZIMMERMAN Band ESTELLE STANG CLAYTON TIMMONS Hxstory Mechanlcal Drawlng I Ly f V, ii,4.,?. Mg M mf R A K 1 ,, A, f' 5 .,:.. fl' f W ,555 - W Y- , ' g I f . ci ' - GERMAN SCHOOL German School located on Mlddlebelt Road between Fourteen M1le and Northwestern Hrghway began school days for some of us It 15 a typlcal old fashmoned school house except 1n place of red palnt lt s facade 1S of fleld stone It's spaclous and tree shaded yard pro v1des the perfect scttxng for German K1ndcrgarten school . . . , . . - . I . . 5 Seniors The class of 1957 came to Farrnlngton Hlgh as eager and enthuslastxc freshmen Much of thxs sp1r1t was shown xn thelr presentatlon that year of the orxgmal Sock Hop The Sadie Hawkms Dance" h1ghl1ghted the sophomore year The dance was glrl bld and fake rnarnage servlces added to the fun In thelr Junlor year the class of 57 present cd the f1fth annual Home-cornmg Dance ln Octo ber Enthus1ast1c plans were begun IH December 1955 for the J Hop and on January Z8 the class presented the 'Mldmght Mlrage wlth muslc supplled by Johnny Txtus and h1s band The class of '57 staged and presented a suc Qessful 3 act comedy Mother Was a Freshman, 1n Aprll to round out themr thlrd year To bcgm a very busy sen1or year the class On November 9 and 10 they presented the senxor play We Shook the Famlly Tree ' '1 3 act comedy The Semors partlclpated ID the Student Government Day Program, electlng students to 1mportant posltlons ln Farmlngton Clty Govern ment These senxors spent an lnterestlng day runnmg the clty and learnlng government through practlcal expenence They presented thelr long awalted Sc nxor Prom on May 12 Don Pablo and hls orchestra prov1dcd the rnusxc As a fmal b1g event the senlors took a fxve day trlp to New York Two of the hlghllghts of thls trlp were an evcmng at the Copacabana and a yacht cruse around Manhattan Island Graduatmn was he ld June 13 1957 ' ' ll ll ,, . . . . . . . , - I ' ' ' ll ' ' i - , ll V A I A ' presented the sixth annual Homecoming Dance. CLASS MOT TO Currente Calamo Without Hesitati on CLASS FLOWER' Wlute Sweetheart Rgseg, CLASS f'-OLORS Turqumse and Ivory 'W' Rlcnard Hoffrnan Davl Rentz Betty Lou Ports John MCCa5k111 Presldent V1ce P1'es1dent Secretary Treasurer L1 1. ,J Q 1 .A, A W S f L- 'fr L "' I ,L HOWARD T. AMES "The first years of man must make provision for the last' EDWARD MERRIL ANDREWS Whate'e he did was done with so mueh ease Basketball l Z 3 4 Trip Club 4 Glee Club 3 Choir 4 Falconnaires 4 Class Committeesl Z 3 4 JANICE IJOPE ANDREWS Sing away sorrow cast away care F I-' A 4 Glee Clubl Z Choir Triple Tr1o4 V C Y l 3 4 Tr surer Z Secretary 3 ROBERT DOUGLAS ARRINGTON You find us rough sir but you 11 find us ready Football 2 3 4 Varsity Club 3 4 Trip ub 4 V C Y DOROTHY JLAN BALDWIN her heart G A A l Z 3 4 Major Sports Manager 3 Language Club Z 3 Trip Club 4 Y Teens Z 4 Glee Club 1 Roll all 4 Class Committees 1, Z 3 4 NIANCY JAYNE BLAL Manner not gold, IS woman's best ornament Redford High l Z Art Club 4 Trip Club 4 Future Teacher's Club 4 Y Teens 3 4 I C C Representative 4 Choir 4 Rollcall 4 Blue 81 White 4 Majorette 4 Class Committees 3 4 BARRY WAYNE BLALS Knowledge is more than equivalent to force' Language Clubl Trip Club 4 V C Y 4 JULIET JEAN BECKLEY A kind heart loseth naught at last St Agathal G A A Z Trip Club 4 Glee Club Z 4 Class Committees 2 l " Il I. ' ' s II I . , , : ' : 9 ' 1 ' 9 b I I l ' 1 F ,, . H D . 1. . Q a 5 3:45 ' ' 9 . . - ,2, , 5 ea- Q . " 'll . . , . I I ., . . : ' , s ' C1 1 . . . 3,4. 'T uv v is warm with the friends she makes" ' ' ' 1 l D 5 U Q , : ' 1 - , 5 5 -K : l I I ' A 'I' ll I ' II ' . : Q ' 1 5 - , 9 . . . ' 3 ' 5 9 ' 1 ' : ' , . 4, ,T I, . ' v 1 ' 1 . . . . "' ll ' ll . 9 . . . 1 ' 9 , 3 A . FQREDERICK HENRY BENDING "Without music life would be a mistake" Camera Club 43 Trip Club 4g Band l, 2, 3,4g Class Committees 3,4. HERMAN BENSCH "Born with the gift of laughter and a sense that the world is mad" Basketball lg Trip Club 4. DENNY BENSON "All spread their charm, but charm not all alike Football l, Z 3 4' Varsity Club 3 4' Boys Bowling 4 Trip Club 4 Glee Club l Senior Play Cast 4 Class Committees 3 LEONARD I-T BISCHOF I wear my hat as I please indoor or out Trip Club 4 KATHLEEN RAYE BOSWELI There nothing worth the wear of winning but laughter and the love of friends Allen Park Highl G A A Z 3 4 Language Club 3 Trip Club 4 Future Teacher's Club 4 Y Teens 3 Rollcall 4 Student LfOll!'1Cll3 4 Major tte 4 Class Committees Z 3 4 Pep Club 4 President 4 PHYLLIS JANE BOYCE Cheerfulness and goodness are the off shots of wisdom G A A l 2 3 4, Secretary 3 President 4 Language Club 2 Trip Club 4 Y Teens 3 Rollcall Editor in chief 4 Class Trea surer 3 Student Council l Z Cheerleader l Class Committees l 2,3 4 ROBERT WAYNE BREWBAKER None but himself can be his parallel captain 4 Basketballl Z 3 4 Varsity Club 1 Z 3 4 Trip Club 4 Class Presi dent 3 Student Council l Class Commit t es 1 2 4 WARREN BARRY BROWN He will hew to the line of right Language Clubl Class Committees 4 I 1 I I 3 l 1 2, 3,4. 9 A ll IS D I I l l I I - 1 . -. - 1. 5 - N Q A I v - Football l,2,3,4g Track l,Z,3,4g Co- 1 , , . : ' xy a 1 a I . 1 .' E7 e , , 3, . , A ' ' uv i?lf2,'v, lb ,,,g-.-o fw- J Q5 433 A ,paw it 'W' VIRGINIA CATHERINL BRUGMAN ' A fair exterior is a silent recornrnendatio .IACQUELYNNE KENYON BURBANK The Joy of the heart colors the face Southfield High Schooll G A A Z rip Club 4 Y Teens Z 3 4, Secretary 4 Choir 2 3 4 Secretary 4 Falconnaires 3 4 Triple Trio4 Discussion 4 Senior Play Stage Manager 4 Student Council 3 4 Secretary 4 Class Committees 2 3 VIRGIL D BUTLER A word in earnest is as good as a speech Football Z 3 Track 1,2 3 Varsity Club 3,4 Class Committeesl Z 3 4 DAVID BYRNE Every man has his devi lish moments Football l 2 3 Track l, Z Varsity Club l Z 3 Basketballl Z 3 THOMAS CALKINS A devilish smile a boy worthwhile Cross Country 3 Basketballl Z 3 4 Class Committeesl 2 3 4 JANE CARTER Fair and learn d and good she is Thurston High l Z' Trip Club 4' Glee Club 3' Blue and White 4' Class Com- mittees 3 4. JANET CERVIN A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance MacKenzie Highl Z' Girls' Bowling Captain 3,4, Vice-President 4' G A, A, 3 4' Future Nurses Club 4' Choir 3 4' Discussion 4' Majorette 4' Class Com- mittees 3 4. LINDA ELLEN CHAMBERS A giggle a smile, a twist of the nose a flash of red and there she goes G A.A l,Z' Language Club 2 3' Future Teachers Club 4' Y-Teens 3' Glee Club Z3 Blue and White 4g Student Council l, 45 Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 45 Class Commit- tees l, Z, 3, 4. DAVID LEE CLARK "He was a gentle- man on whom we built an absolute trust" Football Manager 45 Boys' Bowling 43 Science Club 35 Trip Club 4g Band l, 3, 4 Vice President4 Class Committees DAVID NORMAN CLOUSE 'He can' wrong whose life is in the right Art Club 4 DENNIS ALLEN COFFMAN Only the stern self confidence can hold their peace amidst the clamor Durfee Intermediatel Boys Bowling 3 Band Z Debate Z 3 Dlscussion 3 Forensics 3 Junior Play Cast 3 Blue and White 4 Student Council 3 Class Committees 3 4 MICHAEL PATRICK CONNOLLY Every man will be thy friend University of Detroit High l Football 2 Baseball 2 Cross Country 3 Track 4 Boys' Bowling 3 4 Trip Club 4 Class Committees Z 3 4 JOHN THOMAS COOK I lead a charmed life Baseballl Cross Country Z 3 Captain 3 Varsity Club Z 3 Trip Club 4 Choir 4 Class Committeesl Z 3 4 THOMAS FAVORITE CORNELL ' honest man s the noblest work of Go Trip Club 4 Band 3 4 Senior Play 4 Class Committees l 3 4 VINCENT HUGH CURRIE 'God set upon my lips a song Big Rapids High l Z 3 Choir 4 Falcon naires 4 CAROL ANN CUSAC 'We get no good by being ungenerous' Art Club 4 Trip Club 4 Future Nurses Clubl Z 3 4 Secretary Treasurer 4 Glee Club Z 3 Choir 4 Rollcall 4 Class Committees 3 4 faux 'Sv' jim vm' Nw-f 33.1 ,Lei , . - . 5 , 1, 2, 3, 4. c ' t be . . . . 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I 1 Q I I " A Y ' I , - , - -cf l I I 1 ' 5 ' , 1 ' 9 9 , . , i WILLIAM LEE DANGREMOND "Each man has h1s own deslres Whltmer I-hgh Z, 3 Boys' Bowllng 4 Class Commlttees 4 TAMAR DAVIS 'I myself must mxx wxth actxon lest I wxther by despau' Southfleld Hlgh l 2 Camera Club Vlce Presldent 4 TTIP Club 4 Dlscusslon 4 Senxor Play Student Dlrector 4 TED E DEGROOT I agree w1th no man's op1n1ons Ihave some of my own Trxp Club V1ce Pres1dent 4 Jun1or Play 3 Semor Play 4 Blue and Wlute 4 Class Comm1ttees l Z 3 4 DAVID DES JARDINS He has a way about hlm DEANNA DUFAULT Glad that I hve am MacKenz1e Hlghl Z G A A 4 Trlp Club 4 F H A 4 Cho1r 3 4 Class Commlttees 3,4 ROBERT ALAN DWYER He that burns most slunes most' Washburn I-Ilghl Z 3 Wrestllng 4 Blue and Whlte 4 Class Commlttees 4 SALLY EVERTS Anythlng for a qulet l1 e Glrls' BOWllng 4 V C Y l Z ROBERT J EVES "L1ve and let hve as I wlll do Camera Club l Z. Trxp Club 4 Class Cornmlttees 4. Dearborn High l, Zg Trip Club 4. Ill 'f ll ' H ETTIE ANN FAWCETT "Born to be happy with others " Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, Treasurer lg G.A, A. l, 2g Language Club lg Trip Club 45 Junior Play 35 Class Committees l, 2,3, 4. DOROTHY FERRANTE 'Act frankly talk gently MARY JOAN FISHER Begone dull Care Thee and I shall never agree G A A l 2 3 4 Language Clubl 2 Trip Club 4 Falconnaires Accompanist 4 Class Committeesl 2 3 4 RONALD EDWARD FLOWER "To thine own self be true Royal Oak High l 2 3 RONALD FRANK His ways are ways of quietness Football l Camera Club l 2 Trip Club 4 Glee Club l,2 Class Committees l GEORGE WILLIAM FRYER Things regard Trip Club 4 Bandl 2 3 4 ALICE JANE GADDE Blessed with a winning smile G A A 1,2 Art Club 4 Camera Club 3 Trip Club 4 Glee Club 2 Choir 3 4 Falconnaires 2 V C Y 2 3 4 Class Committees 3 4 ANNE GALBRAITH No sky is heavy if the heart be light F H A l Choir 2 3 Class Committees 1,2 3 4 ' D ll Il I - - - I a 1 Q 1 1 I S . 'Z' 3. without all remedy should be without , 9 P , Y ' ' 5 . . . , . : ' ll . . . : ' , : ' ,,-f SARAH GALLANT "Give me a talker and I ll do the listening" Lxbrary Club 3 4 DALE PETER GOLLA For a man IS man, and master of h1s fate Track Z Language Club l 1 Trxp Club 4 Blue and Whlte 3 4 Student Councll 2 3,4, V1ce Pres1dent4 Class Com mlttees l Z 3 4 I ELEN MAY GOODSON Smg hou thy song and do tly deed G A A l Z Tr1p Club 4 Llbrary Club F' H A 4 Glee Club l Z Chou' V C Y Z 3 4 Class Commxttees 3 4 LINDA BETH GRAHAM Her ways are ways of pleasantness and all her paths are peace G A A 1 Trlp Club 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 FBICOHHHITGS 4 V C Y 4 Class Commlttecs 3 4 HOWARD WILLIAM GREENE Men of few words are best Footballl Boys Bowlmg Z 3 Trea surer 3 Trlp Club 4 Glee Clubl Z Class Cornrnlttees l Z DOUGLAS GREGORY The nxght IS young and so am I Cody Hlgh l Track Z ELAINE DONNA HANSON No falth can last that never slngs G A A12 3 4 Language Clubl Z 3 Secretary 3 Trlp Club 4 Future Teachers Club 4 Glee Clubl Z, Trea surer Z Chou' 3 4 Falconnaxres 4 Tr1p1e Trxo 4 Class Committees 1 Z LAWRENCE HART Nor that 1 love study less but that I love fun more Boys Bowlxng 1 2, 3 4 Tr1p Club 4 Class Cornrruttees 1 Z, 3 4 HAROLD HAWKINS "Life is too short to bore ourselves" Boys' Bowling 1,25 Trip Club 49 Class Committees 1, Z.. CAROL R HEIKKINEN' "A merry heart weathers all storms ' Trip Club 4' Class Committees 4' Thurston High 1, Z, 3 SARA HENRY She holds them with her glittering eye Girls' Bowling 3 G A A l Z 3 Language Club 1 Glee Club 1 Choir 4 Ro11ca114 Majorette 3 4 Class Com mitteesl 2 3 4 DOUGLAS GORDON HERVELA Take things as they come Footballl 2 3 4 Trackl Z Trip Club 4 Bandl Class Commltteesl Z 3 4 NANCY JANE FODGINS Beauty is 1 s own excuse for being G A A 1 4 Camera Clubl 4 Langu age Club Z Trip Club 4 Future Home makers of America 4 Y Teens Z 3 Glee Club l Debate 1, 2 3, 4 Discus sion 3 4 Forensicsl Z 4 Senior Pla 4 Rollcall 3 4, Photography Editor V C Y 1 4 Class Committees 1,2 3 RICHARD LEROY HOFFMAN Few things are impossible to diligence and Skill Football Z 3 Varsity Clubl 4 Langu age Club 1 Science Club Vice Presi dent 3 Discussion 4 Junior Play 3 Senior Play 4 Student Council Z 3 4 Baseball 1 2 Class Presxdent 4 Class Committees 1 Z 3 4 JUDY C HOOFNAGLE She is pretty to walk with and witty to talk with Girls' Bowlingl 2 G A A 1 2 Language Club Z 3 Trip Club 4 Blue and White 4 Class Secretaryl Cheerleader 3 4 Class Committeesl Z 3 4 CHARLOTTE HOUSE Fair and Softly goes far Waterford High 1 2, 3 Trip Club 4 1-EDUC 1-uv'-' BARBARA ANN HOPPE "A constant spring, bubbling over with laughter" Girls' Bowling l, 35 G, A, A. l, 45 Art Club 43 Language Club l, 2.5 Library Club 33 Future Nurses' Club l,Z, 3, Vice-Presi- dent 33 Y-Teens 23 Glee Club lg Discus- sion 3g Rollcall 4g Class Committees l, Z, 3, 4. HERBERT HOWES "Silence has its own re- ward" Football lg Basketball 1, Z5 Boys' Bowling 2, 3 4' Trip Club 43 Glee Club lg Class Com- mitteesl Z 3 4. W J JODWAY I-'ow good is man s life the mere living Northville High l 2 3 CARL JOHNSON Who never doubted never half believed Football l Trip Club 4 CAROLYN HOKE JOHNSON I shall go soft ly all my years Meadow Bridge High l, Z NESLEY JONES Man s truest rnonu ment must be a man Footballl Z 3 4 Basketballl Z 3,4 Captain 4 Baseballl 2,3 4 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 4 Secretary 3 Trip Club 4 Class Presidentl Class Vice Presi dent 3 Class Commlttees 1,2 3 4 LINDA JANE KELLY Wisdom of many and wit of one G A A l Z 3 4 Language Club Z,3, Treasurer 3 Science Club Secretary 3 Trip Club Secretary 4 Library Club Y Teens 2, 3 Glee Club Librarian l Choir 3 4 Senior Play 4 Rollcall 4 Blue and White 4 Class Treasurer l Magorette Captain 3,4 Class Com mlttees l, Z, 3, 4 PATRICIA JANET KELLY 'In her tongue is the law of kindness G A A l Trip Club 4 Library Club F H A , V1ce President 4 Class Committees 3,4 ! i . - H L l ' A - vu 1 - 1 I I 5 l 9 U Girls' Bowling Z, 3,4, Treasurer 43 ' : ' 3: 41 - - -1.2,3s v.c.Y.1z,3,4, THOMAS M KOSTY No man IS more than another unless he does more than another' Football Z 3 4 TrackZ 3 4 Co Captam 4 Basketball Z 3 4 Baseball l Varslty Club 3 4 Presldent 4 Tr1p Club 4 Class Vxce Presxdent Z Class Secretary 3 Class Commlttees l BONNIE LEE KUCERA 'Whose face IS thls, so musxcally fa1r'? Taft H1gh 1 Z Future Nurses Club 4 Cholr 3 4 Class Commxttees 3 4 ALICE LANCASTER "Sm1les are her speclalty G1rls'Bowl1ng 3 G A A l Z 3 4 Cam era Club 3 Language Club 2 3 Trlp Club 4 Y Teens 3 Glee Club 1 Cnolr Z 3 4 Forensxcs l Senlor Play 4 Roll call 3 4 Class Commxttees 1 Z 3 4 Class V1ce Presldent l Class Secretary 7 Cneerleaderl 2 3 4 DAWN SUZANNE LARSON To be out of fashlon IS to be out of the world Club 4 Language Club l Z Trlp Club 4 Y Teens 3 Glee Club 3 Cholr 4 Roll call 4 Class Comnuttees 1 Z 3 4 THOMAS C LEACH There lS great ablllty ln knowmng how to conceal one ablllty Basketball l Boys' Bowlmg l ELDON LIBSTAFF ' The senslble man hopes llttle and despa1rs noth1ng Cross Country 4 Track 3 4 NANCY C LILLY Your modesty 1S candle to your merlt' Cooley Hlgh l, Z Glrls' Bowllng 3 Trlp C ub 4 V C Y 4 NANCY JEAN LIND There where law l1fe Joy lmpulse are one thlng G A A l 2 Camera Club 3 4 Secretary 3 Language Club 1,2 Vlce Pres1den+ Z Trlp Club 4 Y Teens 3,4 Treasurer 3 4 Glee Clubl Chou' 2 3 4 L1brar1an 4 Falconnalres 3 4 Senxor Play 4 Roll call 3 Cheerleader 3 4 Class Commlt teesl Z 3,4 II ' . I 1 n I I 1 1 ' I I I I I 1 a ' Q U 1 ' - ' 9 I ' IZ! 31 4. I . . . . , ' , I . I I Y ' , 1 , - ' ll I v I - - - 1 1 1 I " 1 . 3 ' 1 1 I I ' 7 - 1 J , , 9 ' 9 ' Q - . 1 ' , , . 1 - ' 5 . 1 "1 I I I ' Il ' ' II cms' Bowling 1,23 G,A,A, l,Z,3g Art 5 , 5 ' - 9 : ' 9 - 3 . I l I 0 IV ' . . . - vs ' ' II Q ' . , . . . . ,, - : . - l ll ' a ' I . S . . Q . 1 9 . . . . Il , . . . . ,, I I 1 0 l I I I I z 1 ' - ' . 9 ' : - 4 . : 1 ' . . 9 ' ' 1 ' . 1 ' : 9 . 9 ' - I I ' 'SU' ' , If wgzi sy DENNIS LEIGH LIPHARDT From he crown of his head to the sole of his foot he is all mirth Football l 3 Basketball Z 3 Baseball 4 Class Committeesl Z 3 4 DAVID W LUND A limb of Satan Trip Club 4 Glee Club l Z Choir C Y LARRY W LYNCH Not too quiet not too gay just a good sport everyday Footballl Baseball 3 4 Boys' Bowling Z Trip Club 4 Glee Clubl Z Falcon naires Z Student Council 2 Class Com mi teesl Z 3 4 DONALD MACDONAI D Who does not love wmc worncn and song remains a fool his whole life long cst II I l FootballZ 3 4 Bas t ball 3 4 B'1stball3 4 Varsity Club 3 4 Trio Club 4 Class Committees 3 4 DENNIS JAMES MCBRIDE There nothing more fun than a man Footballl 2 3 4 Captain 4 Track 3 Varsity Club Z, 3,4 Sheriff 4 Art Club 4 Glee Club Z Chou' 7 3 4 President 4 Falconnaires 4 AUDREY ANN MC CAFFR EY A wise and understanding heart I-uture Nurses Clubl Glec Clubl 2 Choir 3 4 STEVEN EARL MCCANE Courteous manly always frank ready is he for any prank Bentley Hicvh 2 3' Football 4' Varsity Club 4' Choir 4' Falconnaires 4' Class Committees 4. JOHN PALMER lVlCCA'KII..L Give me an audience and a stage and I shall act Y ag ' Football Manager Z 33 Basketball Mana ger Z 3 43 Varsity Club 3 4' Trip Club 45 Rollcall 4g Blue Si White 43 Class Treasurer 45 Student Council 45 Class Committees l, Z, 3, 4. SHARON LEE MCEACHIN Sweet also that honey in the honey comb' G A A l 2 3 4 Trip Club 4 Library Club 3 Y Teens l Junior Play 3 LEONARD MCKINNEY 'I'll tell the world and it better l1sten" Football l Z Baseballl Boy's Bowling LEWIS MCLELLAN Quiet and sincere and a gentleman is he Footballl Z 3 4 Basketballl 2. 3 4 Baseball 1,2 Varsity Club Z 3 4 Trip Club 4 Bandl Z 4 President 4 Senior Play4 V C Y 1,2 3 4 Pres1dent4 ELIZABETH MCNATT She that is of a merry heart hath a continual feast G A A l Z Language Clubl Trip Club 4 Library ClubZ Y Teens 4 Rollcall 4 Student Council 3 MaJorette3 Class Committeesl 2 3 4 WILLIAM M MADREY I make the most of all that comes the least of all t at goes' Camera Clubl Class Committees l Z 3 MARILYN MARTIN True to her work her words, her friends' G A,A, 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 4' Langu- age Club l 2' Trip Club Treasurer 4' Y-Teens 3' Glee Club l' Choir 4' Roll- call 4' Blue and White 4- Class Commit- esl2 . WILLIAM S MARTIN I dare do all hat becomes a man Camera Club l, Z- Trip Club 4' Class Committees l Z 3 4. ROBERT MASTERS Each man has his own desires Boys Bowling 2 3 4 ,B ,ill 'Sen-'X 1z::r1' 3 55 mov THOMAS MATZ To worry about tomor row 1s an unhappy today Trackl Z Basketball l Z Trlp Club 4 Seruor Play 4 RICHARD LIONEL MAY 'Make the most of yourself for that s all there IS of you Southfleld I-hgh l 2 Trlp Club 4 FRED E MENKE Be what you seem and seem what you are Cross Country 2 3 Basketballl Base ball l Golf Z 4 Boy s Bowlmg l Z Language Z Trlp Club 4 Band l Class Commltteesl 2 3 4 NANCY ELIZABETH MITCHELL Musxc that pgntlxer on the splrlt lles A A l Z 3 4 Language Clubl Z Trlp Club 4 Y Teens Z Glee Club Ac Compamst 3 Chou' Accompanmst 4 Blue and Wh1te 3 4 Chenrleaderl Z 3 4 Captam 4 Class Commltteesl 2 3 4 C V Z 3 4 Qgcretary RONALD MURPHY No man IS happy who does not thmk so hlmself Football 3 Band l Class Comm1ttees VIRGINIA LOU NLLSON "Snug away sor row, cast away care" Glrls' BOWl1Hg 2, C1 A A l,Z, Language Club 1, Trlp Club 4, Y Teens Z, Glue Club Z, Chou' 3,4, Falconnalres 3,4, .Iumor Play 3, Rollcall 4, Class Com nwltlet s l, Y, 3,1 DENNIS NESSON 'I never thlnk of the future, It comes soon enough" Football l, 3, Basketball l, Baseball Z, 3, 4, Camera Club 1,Z, Trmp Club 4, Class Comm1ttees l, Z, 4 ROBERT NEWMAN "All thlngs arc. what you make them" TUP Club 4, Class Commlttees Z, 3, 4 gg X, . 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ANNIZAR NOOR 'A good head and an m dustr1ous hand are worth gold m any lan G A A 4 CameraC1ub4 F H A 4 Class Commxttees 4 Cl-'ARLES RICHARD O'CONNOR ' No man loves 11fe hke hzm ' Basketball 1 Cross Country 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Varslty Club 2 3 4 Trlp Club 4 MARY ANN OHMAN Wrxte me as one who loves h1s fellowman G A A 1 2 3 4, Mlnor Sports Manager 3 Vxce Presxdent 4 Camera Club Presx dent 3 Language Club 2 3 Trxp Club Presldent 4 Glee Club l Chou' 3 Junlor Play 3 Rollcall 4 Blue and Whlte 4 Class Comm1tteesl 2 3 4 DON RAYMOND PEMBER 'Man IS by nature a polltlcal anlmal Football 1, 2 Trlp Club 4 Forenslcs 4 .Tumor Play 3 Senlor Play 4 Rollcall Busmess Edltor 4 Blue 8: Whlte 4 Student Counc1l 3,4, Presldent 4 Class Commlttees l 2 3 4 JAMES FREDERICK PEPPER Jokes and nonsense, now and then, are rehshed by the best of men' Royal Oak I-Hgh 1 2 Junxor Play 3 Trzp Club 4 Dlscusszon 4 Sen1or Play 4 VINCENT ALBERT PERUCHIETTI 'Everythmg comes 1i a man wxll walt Cass Tech 2 Class Comm1ttees 4 SANDRAW PETERSON One ounce mxrth IS worth a thousand wexghts of melancholy G A A 2,3 4 Trlp Club4 Y Teens 2 3 Glee Club l, 2, 3 Chou' 4 Trxple Trlo 4 Class Commlttees 1,2 3 4 NANCY PHILLIPS As full of splrlt as the month of May North Hampton Hlgh 1,2 G A A 3 Art Club 4 Y Teens 3 Class Comm1ttees3 , . ' ' dll . . . I I . . . I . A I . . . , ' I l I 1 1 1 , , Q . ll ' I UI - - - 1 1 a , - 3 - I 1 I I I ' I I I I 1 I I ' , . . . . I, I I I I I I 1 I U I U ' f ll I - 1 I I I I - , . . . . H I . ll , of 1 . Q ' u . . . I I I " n I I I I 1 a - ll ' ' nv I . . . I I ' I . sq...- new ew? ' we NORMAN L. PIPPIN "No limits but the sky!! Football lg Track l. BARBARA ANN PLACE Varlety IS that dlvlne glft that makes a woman charmmg G A A l Z 3 Language Club Z 3 Pre sldent 3 Trlp Club 4 Glee Club l Cholr 4 Debatel 2,3 4 Rollcall 4 Class Commltteesl 2 3 4 GERALD W PORMAN The dev1l IS gentleman balrvlewl Z Basketball 3,4 Golf 3 4 Captaln 4 Varslty Club 3 4 Tr1p Club 4 Choxr 3 Class Comnfuttees 3,4 RAYMOND PORTER Whoso would be a man must be a non conforrnlst ootballl Z 3 4 Basketballl 4 Base 7 3 B TTY LCU PCRTEJ Her heart has le Golden of her hamr G A A l Z 3 Glrls Bowhngl Z Lanouage Club Z, 3 Trlp Club 4 Y Teens 4 Glee Clubl Z Cho1r 3 4 Falconnalres l 2,3 Debatel Z DISCUSSIOH 3 Jun1or Play 3 Blue and Whlte 4 Class Secre tary 4 Student Councll Z 3 Cheerleader l Class Commltteesl Z 3 4 LAW 1 NCL RAUPP I love a broad rnarg ln o nay lxle oolbilll Z 3 4 'lrielxl 2 Baslet '1 3 Varslty Club 4 'lrlp Club 4 Gleg Club Z 3 Chou' l CAROL DIAN R AD Chaos often breeds llfe when order breeds hablt Glrls' Bowhng Treasurer Z 3 G A A 4 Language Club l Trlp Club 4 Y leens 3 Bandl Glee Clubl Chou' 3 4 Class Treasurer 2 Cheerleader Majorette 3 Class Commlttees l Z 3 KAREN ANN REINKE The sex wlueh therefore called falr G A A l 2 Y Teens 3 Glee Club Ma-yorette 3 Class Commlttees 1 Z 3 4 DAVID RENTZ 'None but the brave serve the fa1r" John Adams l, 2. Football 4 Basketball 3 4 Golf 3 4 Varslty Club 4 .Tumor Play 3 Class Vlce Pres1dent 4 Class Comrruttees 4 DOROTHY LOUISE. RICI' "The blush IS beautxful, but sometunes lnconvenlent Blrmmghaml Z Glrls Bowhng 4 G A A 4 Trlp Club4 Glee Club4 Class Commlttees 4 WILLIAM CARL RICK!-IARDT And he that strlves to touch the stars Football Z Basketball Manager 3, Boys' Bowlmg l Z Sclence Club Pres1dent 3 Trlp Club 4 Blue and Whlte 4 Class Commlttees l 2 3 4 that faxr 1s, 15 by nature good G A A 4 Language Clubl 2 3 Tr1p Club 4 Glee Club 4 Class Comrn1ttees 2 BRIAN G CRGE RCGLRS I ll fmd a way or make one Track 3 Scxence Club 3 JEAN TTE ROGG NBUCI-I It s nlce to be natural, when you're naturally nlce Art Club 4 LINDELL MARTIN ROQQ 'Where the w1l1 mgness IS great, the dxffxcultles cannot be great Footballl Track Z 3 4 Basketballl 2 4 Trlp Club 4 JERRY ROWLEY No sooner sa1d than done so acts your man of worth" Bentley Hlgh 1, 2, Glee Club 3, Cholr 4. ' de- . 2 , 9 ' s ' ,- , . ' ' . ' I ' . i 1 1 n . . 1 l D ' CATHERINE J. ROBERTSON "For all . . . Q , , 1 ' 1, ,3,4. 7 'r Ill ' T? E ll I ' 9 , , 1 . .3, ll ' CAROL ANN ROZENBOOM We all l1ke people who do thmgs A A l 3 4 Language Clubl 3 Tr1p Club 4 Future Nurses' Club l Glee Club Z Cho1r 3 4 Falconnaures Z 4 Junxor Play 3 Sen1or Play Student Dmrector 4 Class Comm1ttees l 2 FLORENCE RUTH SAKOFSKE To be of use ln the world 15 the only way to happy G A A 12,3 4 Tr1p Club 4 Glee Club Z 3 4 Class Commlttees l, Z DENNIS SAUERBRFY What mlschlef hes behlnd those dark brown eyes Track 3 Basketball 4 Baseball 4 Trlp PETER J SCHALDENBRAND They are never alone that are accornpaxued wlth noble thoughts 1 Tafik 3 4 Varslty Club 4 BARBARA LYNN SCHAMANEK The days that make us happy make us wlse G A A l 2 3 4 Language Club 3 Trlp Club 4 Junxor Play student Dlrector 3 Class Commltteesl 2 3 4 SHIRLEY ANN SCHROEDFR A soft answer turneth away wrath G A A 4 Camera Club 4 Trlp Club 4 F H A 3 4 Future Teachers' Club 4 Class Comm1ttees 4 ARLENE SCOTT 'Kxnd hearts are more than coronets G A A l Z Camera Club 4 Rollcall 4 IRENE SCOTT The secret of success IS conslstency of purpose' G A A l Class Commlttees l Il ' ' Il G' 9 ' IZ! , I I 2 ' " s 5 z ' , 1 ' , 1 ' 1 ' A 1 I 9 13:4- ll ' ' be ll ' ' ' D I G I l n 1 S ' ,3.4- I, . . A-4 ' ' ll . 9 Q 5 ' Club 45 Forensics 45 Class Committees 3,4. ' , lv . ll . Q ' , ll ' ll - - . , , , s 9 ' 9 ' 1 7 I l ' 4 lv L YY . . . I Q ' Q . . . , Q 5 , . ll . . . , S S - ll . . , KAREN JEANNETTE SENOB A goo 1nd possesses a k1ngdom" G A A 12 3 4 Art Club4 Camera Club 3 4 Treasurer 3 Secretary 4 Language Club 3 Trlp Club 4 Y Teens 7 3 4 Pres1dent4 Debate 1,2 Roll call 3 4 Art Edltor 4 Student Counc11 l Class Comm1tteesl Z 3 4 DONALD RAYMOND SHUSTER The SW1ft6St traveler IS he that goes afoot r ootball Z Cross Country 3,4 Track Z 3 4 Vars1ty Club Z 3 4 Treasurer THOMAS E SMITH If dogged and grlm you bes1ege and beset lt, y0u'11 get 1 Football l Basketball 1 Z JEYRY EDMUND .:-TAINBROOK A11 manklnd loves a lover Footballl Z 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Baseball 1, Z 4 Varslty Club 2 3 4 EDWIN QTEVENS Not by years but by d1spos1t1on IS wlsdom acquxred Mllford Hlgh l Z 3 Chou' 4 PORT BRADL Y ST WART III Improprlety IS the soul of w1t" r ootball 3 Basl etball l Z Baseball 1 JAMES K STIEBLING I can be what ever I w1ll to be Redford at Mary's I-hgh l Z Art Club 4 Camera Club 3 lrxp Club 4 Blue and Whlte 3 JUDY PAT STOKAN 'lt IS quallty rather than quantxty that matters Glrls' Bowhng l Z 3 4 Trlp Club 4 F H A 2,3 Future Nurses' Clubl Glee Club l ho1r Z 3 4 oenlor Play 4 Class Commlttees l, Z, 3, 4 ll d m' ' - - v 9 9 9 2 2 I I l l 1 ' : - 'n 1 1 . 1 Q ' . . ' : ' 1 I 1 v n - ll ' ' ll V' . . I I I 1 I ' 1 1 I 4. ul ' , . - 'tn I I ' ' " ll L ' ll L . 4 I I Q 7 l U I I , : ' . , 1 Trip Club 45 Class Committees 1, Z, 3,4. f' II ' . . . . . . ,, . . ' , : . ' l E E H . . . H Q 5 : 5 9 Z. rl 1-- ' ll F . ' , S : 9 "' ' 1 I . . ' Il ' ' . , . : ' 1 . . . I 1 Z I 1 1 1 A ' 5 ' . RAYMOND STOVER "If any have a stone o hrow, it is not I, ever or now" Camera Club Z KATHLRINE DONA STRATOS Thlnk hrst and then speak Glrls Bowhng 3 4 G A A l Language Club l, Z Future Nurses' Club Z 3 Vxce Presxdent Z, Pres1dent4 Class Commlttees l, Z, 4 JON GORDON .:TRIClxLAND Merrlly rnerrlly shall I llve now Footballl 2 3 4 Basketball 1,2 3 Baseball l, Z, 3 4 Varsxty Club 4 Camera Club l Trlp Club 4 Boys Glee Clubl Class Commltt es l Z 4 JAMEQ L SUNDRLA Every man IS the archltect of h1s own fortune Track Z 3 PATRICIA A SUTTON Goodness IS the only lnvestment that never falls G A A l F H A 4 Future Nurses Class Commlttees 1 JOANN TILDER No matter how you ve your l1fe, l1ve It to 1ts fullest" Glrls' Bowllng 3 4 Secretary 4 G A A 3 4 Art Club 4 Language Club 3 TT113 Club 4 Y Teens 3 .semor Play 4 Roll call 4 Class comrrnttees 3 4 GLORIA J THOMAS lhere lS some thlng of one's soul ln one 5 volce ' G A A l 2 3 4 Language Club 2 Trlp Club 4 Glee Club 1 Class Com m1ttees l, Z, 3 4 lv AQY J URBAIN The only glft 1s a 'aortlon of thyself F F A 2, 3,4, Presldent 2, I-lstorxan secretary 4 Junior Play 3 Class Com mlttees 4 I: t ' I ' . - 1 1 . . . 1 I l r 41 f' ' lv ' I 4 1 1 1 1 1 S 5 ' C , , 3, . . . . 9 . . . 9 ' Club l, 29 Girls' Glee Club 35 Choir 45 li . . . . 1 : 1 5 ' - 1 - 9 I v Q r 3: 5 sl ' ' I ' ll . .. . ' I' ' 31 GERALD ROSS URQUHART "Somet1mes I Just s1t and thlnk sometlmes I Just s1t Football l, 2, 3 4 Basketball manager 3 Varslty Club 3 4 Trlp Club 4 Class Commlttees 1, Z, 3 4 MINETTE VALENTIN A good heart 1s better than all the heads 1n the wor G1rls' Bowlmg 3 Future Nurses' Club RCBERI WALDIE "The world 1s pos sessed by money, but lt 15 led by una g1nat1on and heart Boys' Bowllng 3 MICHAEL Q WALT TR "No man really becomes a fool untll he stops ask1nu quest1ons Chess Club 3 Scxence Club 3 Trlp Club 4 Debate 3 4 Dlscusslon 3 4 Senlor Play 4 Class Commlttees 3 4 ol-IIRLEY WALT Ro Plty them, those L1brary Club Z 3 Secretary Treasurer 2, Presldent 3 Glee Clubl S L A A N GARY D WARNTR The world belongs to the energetlc Tr1p Club 4 Blue and Whlte 4 Class bomrnlttees l, Z, 3, 4 DAVID WARRINER Rather than love than money, than fame glve me truth Football l, 2,3 4 Trackl Z 3 4 Basket ba111,Z 3 4 Varslty Club 3 4 Jumor Play Stage Manager 3 Student Councll 2 V C Y 1,2,3 4 Vlce Pres1dentl 2 Class Commxttees 3 4 JUDITI-I WEIGI-'TMAN 'A g1r1 of cheerful yesterdays and confxdent tomorrows G A A 1 2 3 Art Club 4 Language Club l Trlp Club 4 Y Teens 3 Rollcall 4 Class Commlttees l, 2, 3, 4 . . . i . . . ,, i , I 21 I I 1 I ' 3 , . E IV ' ' ld" . . 5 3,4, PT1 ' - ' ' ll I ' ", ILL, D ' Il : ' 5 ' 9 , : ' ' , Q ' 1 ' ' , . I' 17 r'- vl ' - 1.1 who have lived without loving"' . ,, l 1 1 ' ' : 9 . . . . L. 1. . li. " ' ll S ' 9 ll I ' II I I I 1 1 1 I ' 1 1 1 I , Q ' 5 ' 9 . . . , , ' - ' , Q , . , . . I ' ll . . . , , S S 1 ' s - : 1 CLINTON T WELLIS "There wlll be sleep ng enough ln the grave Baseball 3 ALMA I WHITE A smlllng eye can see evll' Glrls' Bowhng 1, Z, 3 Glee Club l Chou' DONNA LCU WILKINS She wztl one breath attunes the spheres Future Teachers' Club 4 Jumor Play 3 Rollcall Llterary Edltor 4 Blue ancl CAROL ANN WILSCN The past unslghed for and the future sure' G A A 3,4 Glee Club 2 JUDY A WISSINGLR A vemn of poetry exlsts Ln the hearts of all men Art Club 4 Camera Club 3 Language Club 2 3 Tr1p Club 4 Future Nurses' Club 1 3 Chou' 4 V C Y l,Z,3 4 Class Com mlttees 1,2 3 4 Not Plc-tugged NANCY CAROL NICHOLS ' To be content IS true happmess' i 'O ll , " ' ' no ' I ' ' 9 : ' 2, 3. , ,, . . ll White 3,43 Class Committees 3,4. , nl ' I " ll ' ' ' ll , 2 ' 9 ,2, : ' : . . . , : - D I ' I . . , 6' 0 1 14 'ur-s HW' QQ 3:-vs, L4 s my Maga- W 1:7 Sinn l Snaps riff sw I 5 Q NOBLE SCHOOL Noble school 15 s1tuated on Nllddlebelt Road between Ten and Eleven M le Road held grades one through sw At the trme when nurnbers of the Class of '57 were ln attendance the school housed grades four, flVe and slx l A I 1 ' . Q A three room school, Noble has at various times 3 I ' . , , . I 1 I I Honors N55. M1ss Ruth Ba1ley Barry Beals The Natlonal Honor Soc1ety was estabhshed ln Farm lngton Pllgh School on March l 1945 To be ellglble one must be 1n the upper th1rd of the senlor class and possess the qualltxes of scholarshmp servlce leadershlp and character The fmal group whmch cannot excel J pez Cent of the class IS selected by a faculty comrnxttee headed by Mlss Ruth L Ba1ley Seventeen members took the oath of rnembershlp this Natlonal Honor Society Jane oyce N40 12:-Y Dale Golla 'if-if 'QQ Marllyn Martm Karen Senob I . , B il gsm 4 o t Q - Robert Brewbaker Rlchard Hoffman ,pr 'ii Mary Ann Dhman Mxke Walker Llnda Lhambers al' 'Q Judy Hoofnagle QW. Don Pember 'H ' Davld Warrlner 'vu' , Denm s C offrnan 'Ui Nancy Lmd QP' HQ Barbara Place "'6' E, it fiffaf il Donna W11k1ns if ' A 2 f XP . y - mf' A a I ,w 'Q Q 95 f""' as lb W V X 'sv --M -:ff a f X 1 g 5, 1 3 K S: 1-1-0' 7 I H 2 EK ya' .Mi 5, 2 1 ' 3 V 'qt ' 'W The D A R Good C1t1zen Award IS presented by the Three Flags Chapter of the Daughters of the A1ner1can Revo1ut1on to an outstandmg senlor g1rl each year The award 1S based on outstandlng dependablllty, leadershlp patr1ot1sm, loyalty, truthfulness punctuallty, and servlce The senlor class nommates three g1rls, and from these three, one 15 chosen by the faculty to recelve the award The rec1p1ent of the award thxs year 1s Jane Boyce Each year the Kelth Johnson Memorzal Award IS awarded to a senxor who IH the estlmatlon of the faculty and h1s classmates, has attalned a superlor goal ln c1t1z.en Sh1p The award IS glven 1n memory of Kelth Gordon Johnson who was an outstandxng member of h1s class and school dlSP1t6 a serlous hand1cap Thls year the award was given to Robert Brewbakcr In 1949 the class of 1941 establlshed the Brykalskl Cool man Award ln memory of two of theu' classmates who were k11led ln World War II The rec1p1ent must be a Jun1or possess the qualltles of leadershlp and servxce and must have partlcmpated 1n at least one sport The 1956 award was glven to Bob Brewbaker . v I t I ' s . l I - - S' ,ff As Junlors, the class of 37 chose slx boys and two glrls to attend the annual Wolxemne Boys State and Cvlrls' State respecttvely Boys State, held on the 'vhch1gan State Unlverslty campus IH East Lansmg and Cnrls State held on the Unlverslty of Mlchtgan campus ln A.nn Arbor, are offered to selected, outstandmg hlgh school c1t1zens as an expertence LH small scale state c1t1zensh1p and government A class vote serv es to nommate candldates on the basts of sense of duty leader shtp patrxotlsm, honesty alertness, enthuslasm and co operatlon The class advxsors then make the fmal selectlon of delegates and alternates Sponsormg organxzattons for the delegates were Exchange Club LIOIIS Club Amerlcan Leglon, Jun1or Chamber of Commerce, Clty of Farmlngton and Klwanls for the boys and Amerlcan Leg1on Women s Auxlltary and P T A for the glrls Don Pember, Bob Brewbaker Dale Golla Tom Kosty Bud Jones, and Dlck Hoffman attended Boys' State Alternates were Denny Coffman and Dave Warr1ner Thls years candldates for Glrls' State were Judy Hoofnagle and Jane Boyce Barbara Place and Alxce Lancaster were alternates la ' , 1 'Q 1 U , Y if A . 1'-3115 ' 8 U A X . 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I I 1 gqm .J 'Y -Huna- Hlgh Honors The Amerxcan Leglon award IS presented each year to a boy and glrl of the Senlor Class possesslng the qualltles of trustworthmess self sacrlfxce, good sportsmansh1p, helpfulness and usefullness, enthuslasm for the welfare of the school cooperatlon, and loyalty to the tradztlons and ldeals of the school The faculty nomlnates the three glrls and three boys, then the Senlor Class votes and makes the fxnal deelslon Jane Boyce and Davld Warrxncr are the ggod cltlzens Under a new system of honors lnltlaltd w1th last year's graduatlng c lass, eleven members of the Class of '57 w1l1 be graduated wlth h1gh honors Those graduatxng wlth hxgh honors must have mam tamed an average of 3 5 or better ln all subjects glvxng one credlt per year throughout thelr fxrst seven semesters of h1gh school Thls system enables more students to share the hmlted scholastic honors, prevlously awarded to the valedlctorlan and salutatoman alone . , . . . 0 , . . . ' r 1 'fi .ll V 'f'f 1 . . . . 9 who received the medal of honor this year, . y W Donna Wllkens it Jane Boyc e wi is Nancy L1nd Marllyn Martln Barbara Place Mlke Walker .,,.,..f Rlchard Hoffman Karen Senob ,jwww if Mary Ann Ohman 'Z -uv' Dav1d Warrlner Dale Golla 'S wa . 1. a ,Aim if2i,,j Y Q ri. ART The art award is given to the most outstanding four year art student who has done superior and unique work both in class and extra curricular projects The 56 57 award was presented to Karen Senob I-IOIv1E ECONOMICS The homn econoncics award is presentcd to the out standing home economics student who best displays the qualities, such as home making skill poise and persona lity grooming dependability, tolerance, maturity in attitude toward home making and high ideals that are necessary for a successful homemaker The 1957 award was given to Mary Urbain. BAND The band award is given to an active, outstanding member of the school band who best fulfills the following qualifications: exceptional service and achievement, special value to the band and cooperation over and above normal duties. This year the award was presented to Fred Bending 'fig t....... tu. ,pw-1 ENGLISH The English Award is presented to a four year English student who is outstanding in the consistent use of good diction and grammar, in increasing his vocabulary, and in appreciation of fine literature. Of particular importance are high achievement in facility and fluency of writing. The recipient of this year's award is Mary A1111 Ohman SUCIAL QTUDIES The social studies award is presented annually to the student who contributes the most in class and extra curricular activities and who demonstrates scholarship and outstanding citizenship The recipient of this year s award is Don Pember .TOURNALISM The Journalism award presented each year in recog nition of outstandlng writing ability nurnerous contri butions to the school through Journalism, and constant nthusiasm, IS awarded this year to Blue and White Staff member Don Pember -J.: MODERN LANGUAGE DRAFTING ln prevlous years the draftmg and shop departments have combmed to gmve only one award to a student who has excelled ln both draftmg and shop courses Thls year It was dec1ded to present separate awards ln draftmg and ln shop Both awards are selected upon the basls of outstandlng work done beyond the normal class requxrements It was dec1ded that there was no student quahfxed to rece1ve he shop award, but th1s year's draftlng award was presented to Mlkc Walker The vocal musxc award lS presented by the vocal muslc department to a Junlor or sen1or vocal student on the basls of the student's appreclatlon and love of muslc hls co operatlon and achlevement and lus outstandmg servlce The reclplents of thls year's awards are Nancy Lmd and Lmda Graham Tne modern language department presented 1ts award to a student who IS an excepttonal student of languages Her br1ll1ant scholastlc record her unusually hlgh standards and her excellent character deem her a worthy recxpxent Congratulatlons to Judy Cook . . . . t My . . K? 5 E ' VOCAL MUSIC DEBATE Fhc debate squad presents key awards to senlors who 4' mve done outstandmg work m contrxbutlng to the success of tne team 1 us year s awards are presented to Barbara Place and Nancy Llodglns 1 LATIN The Latln award xs gxven for general excellence ln yronunclatlon Oramrnatlcal forms, translatlon, corn frehenslon and knowledge of Roman cultural background Thls year s award went to Daphne Curtls MATH The math award 1s a departrnental award and the rec1p1ents are chosen by a vote of all the math teachers To be ehglble to rece1ve th1s award a student must have had four years of Math, have a h1gh scholastxc average and have shown exceptxonal abxlxty and mterest ln h1s math courses Thls yeal-'5 award goes to Mmke Walker, Donna W1lk1ns, Barry Beals, and Peter Sc naldenbrand ' A 1 C ' T J, Z. 1 -1' b , , , 1 r Q-ef Q - l- . I EMM' 3 . . . 1 , , , D - ' h J 'E . . I . A. V 1 . BOND SCHOOL Erected ln 1926, Isaac Bond School was buxlt near Orchard Lake and 13 Mlle Road on property donated by the late Mr Isaac Bond Thls school has played an 1m '57 Many of our graduates have attended Farrnmgton schools all then' lxves kmdergarten at the German School, Bond from the flrst through the slxth grades and then on to Junlor Hlgh School portant part in the step-by-step education of the class of . . ' . lass s Headed by Dlck Shoqulst as presldent Cynthla Seully vxce presmdent, Betty Beckett secretary and Gayle Bates treasurer the class of 58 began thexr freshrnan year holdlng a dance, The Lolltpop I-lop The freshmen elected Barbara McGowan to sa rve on the Queen s Court for the annual homeeom 1 g game Roundmg out tht act1v1t1es of the1r flrst ye ar the Frosh sold refreshments at the Wayne basketball gvanme Fluy bepan the1r sophomore year by elect lng class off1c1als as follows Ben Rld1I1fJ5 pres1dent hen N1kk1la Vlce presrdent V1rg1n1a landaere secretary Dave Cather man, treasurer The sophs presented the1r flrst danee of the year the Qornucopra Flesta Whzeh was a great success and enjoyed by all The sophs L leeted Terry Houston as repre sentatxvm on the Homeeonmlnp Court Sl1OWlY1p thexr school splrlt the class of '58 sold ra freshnrc nts at the FHS Walled Lake basket ball parne and held thelr second dance m the Wlndy month of March Returnlng to FHS as JUHIOTS 1111956 the class proceeded to elect offlcers to dlrect thetr actrvltxes for the year The new class offlcxals were Ron Jordan, presrdent Ed Fulton v1ce prestdent Dave Catherman secretary and Ken N1kk1la treasurer The Junlors sold refreshments at the Homeeommg game and presented the Varslty Drag a twm casual danee 'lhey sold re freshments at the Southfleld basketball game Cllmaxlng the year the class of '58 pre sented the annual J Hop Bob Durant furnlshed the muslc for the romantle La Loulsxane Class of l958 ' I ' , -' - 1 ' 1 A - - e D I 1 - ,, by -, l s - .n . . ? 1. A 1 L 1 ' 1 1 l , , 3 , , . , , K X- 3 . .. m . ,. 3 , . 1 ,x . . . - . 1 - 1 a 4 e , 'Q , ' - 1 3. ' -A 1 ' ' 'x f 1 3 - . . , - - 1 I - u x A I A , 3 ,. I ' ., . " , . . l ,- , X ,, , -,- bf 1 - J , , 1 L J Y A . , .J- . H I l I ' I -1 - ' ' 5 .1 , , . x I x 1 1- ' X -' ' .. '1 ' .- , . 3 i .1 x , . . - L ' - , - . X . L . .,, ' ' II Seated M1ssBa11ey K N1kk11a Treasurer E Fulton Vlce President R Jordan Presl Manzl Mr Peace, Mr Burtch Mr Peel Mr McCre1ght dent, D. Catherman - Secretary, Mrs. Farrow. Standing: Mr. Spink, Mr. McGrath, Mr. s Row R Brlgps G Brown, B Beckett M Bovusky lx DLHH1Hgt0H A Allen G Bates Balcom 7nd Row J Balley T Boclmus R Bxron V Berryman R Appleby D Burke Barkholz R Barch 3rd Row R Bonnme P Barber S Brown D Bradley H Ballev Brugman, J Brumm, J Becker CQ lst Row B Clayton, P Dlamond V Cawley, B Coe P Chapman D Cornell J Cook, J Clapplson, A Cellnske Znd Row J Crawford J Chalmers, R Calrns, K Carlson R Dennlston R Dlttmer, D Catherman, J Cot, W Callahan 3rd Row L Clarke, D Catherrnan J' Cooley, T Glenn, R Emerson J' Hebert N DePodesta W Crmttenden 1 t I . l 3 , - - B I - D I ' X 1 - 1 - ix J, , .. I . A y . I 1 0 ,v 1 ' 1 ' 1 - R. , . . I - I 1 ' I ' 2 ' ,YI - , 1 H. . . . af, ny Q, is ,Q i -.. V " 1 X x ag' ,, :L e Y . " C I " , i x, . - ' ' A .ffx " .. Q 2 . .- , X .- - - - -w, z .y . f - ,J . f. ' 5 'K' N , 1 P -. xx Y . 4 m f ,wx A xv -.. " D' ' f. .- s K .1 1- N 4 ' 3 4 I 1 ' ' x - - . , . . , . , . , . . . . : . , . . . , . , . ' . . . . . : . . , . . . , . y 1 y . I . lst Row N Smlth C Scully L Sandula, M Schrelber P Selman J Sharpe J Smlih M Salley, Znd Row J' Schrrudt D Slmler J Rogers, J Rogerson J Ronk, L Semkc lvl Seng R Smlth, W Scott lst Row L Swartz P Wh1tsett J Yordy E VanDusen K .Tones S Whltehead S York R Sondy J Staup Znd Row S Upchurch B McCaleb H Waters D Tlnsman L Wojtyna W Spaller S Schultz D Woods R Temple 3rd Row D VanDusen J Marsh J Young M Wh1tehead R Steuck L W1xom L Sonnenberg J Tucker 3 - , . , . . , . , - 1 - I - . . , . , . . , . - 1 . , . . . 1fUwfZ , f erm' : . , . , . ' , . , . , . , . . , . . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . : . , . , . , . , . , . . , . , . . lst Row S Martln, S Monje V Landacre, S Lell Y MansLau, L Leach J Latham, A Lum1e S Lewls K Maunder Znd Row M Mlller T McCask111 R Matousgk J 'v1c.GU,, 1stRow P O'F1aherty, E Palomblt, J Pyle M Otls, N Ortwlne, N Re1sQr S Portm- Znd Row D Nlchols, P Ports, E Newberg R Morrlson D Paterson, B R1d1f1gS K Nxkklla, L Mrock f . A . I , . . , . ' - 1 ' ' ' , . ' , . . : . ' , . ' , . T , - 1 ' " D. Martin, C. Love, C. Maunder, D. McLain, J. King. M : . . ' . , . ' . ' . ' 3 , , - , : . ' . . . , . ' , . . ' ' , , Ist Row P Grand J Haeske, M Fawcett, B Elhs, S Hart, A Grace, M Durfee, A Dunn Znd Row D Felsot J Elhngham, J Hanson, F Dwyer G Grumet, R Fosmoen E Fulton, D Ham11n G Ferguson, M Duquet f"' 1 1stRow K Harms, R Heath N Klng S Hymes, T Houston, P Johnson Znd Row L Imus, D Hatch, R Jordan, R Knepfler, W Koehler, P Kxng J Klnw The class of 59 started themr hlgh school career by selllng refreshments at the Bentley football game and sponsorlng two dances dur mg thelr freshman year The flrst dance Frosh Frollcs was a closed one Themr freshman offxcers were presldent Mlchall tary Martha Berlmg and treasurer Eleanor Spxcer In thelr sophomore year the class sold refreshments at the Van Dyke football game on October Z6 To bolster thelr class trea sury, they also held a dance on October 26 The 8 Ball, The representatwe for the queen's court for the class of 59 ln thelr flrst two years of hxgh school was Martha Berlmg Class of I959 , . . Ageeg vice-president, Allan LeSageg Secre- Seated Mlss Klrchner M Berhng Treasurer, L Larch Secretary M Agee Preszdent A LeSage Vlce Presldent Mr Hayes Standxng Mr Broderson Mrs McCre1ght Mr Maattala Mr Glenn, Mr Feucht Mlss Pmeron I , . ' . ' , . ' , " ' , . . - . , . , , , . - y . Seated J Brundle, M Burley N Becker H B1ggS M Berhng L Larch R Bezesky C Aporxus M Brarnon Znd Row R Adams B Butler R Bmeker R Byrne M Agee W Cawley G Blshop S Beckwxth W Balley 3rd Row M Burnham K Andrews N Cavlns G Carter K Brumm R Brogden A L.eSage E Beckw1th W Brown DAnder berg H Tleman eated C Couslns S Everts M Dxcks Cook ark Davls J Droz Cooley C Charles K Farmer Y Evert Znd Row W Ber1n1 M Chellman J Fedraw G Fawcett R Evans W Cossln R Brooks W Emerson, K Cobb F Clapplson M Austln 3rd Row T Byrtus S Felt M Elm D Faulkner J Coffman G Ekey G Clark C Curclo A Deaven B Emrschele C Coughlln :. . , . , . ' , . ', . , . , . . 1 ' l ' :' 1 - 1 - . 1 0 1 - 1 . , . ' , . ', . ' , 1 . , . , . ' p - 1 - 1 ' 1 ' 1 - .1 - 1 1 ' , . . 1 S 1. ,.' ,A. ,J.Cl ,J. ,M. , . , . , . , : . ", . , . , . , . , . l, . , . . , . . , . ', 2 . , . , . , . , . , . , . p - ., . g 0 I , . I. My V- Wx Seated B Hehker T Garner M Gerber E Harlow R Garner, S Hansen, J Flo chowskx E Harms, P Gamble R Hanby A Francms Znd Row J Hancock B Gale, R Prank, L Fr1zzelle J Grmager, L Gllgallon, D Gendron, J Groover R Ford R Gambee, W Gautluer 3rd Row C Gross J FTISCO T Hedgecough R Garry, R Glurnb, K Hembree, D Holloway T Grlmshaw L Haworth, C Habermehl Seated C, Johnson, C happelcr S Hosler, Iwi Keck, J Lange S Lange S Hodges J Hoffman Znd Row G Holmes R Jepson, J Jankowskl R Hubert, J Kolan, L Lalzure, R Jordan, C Keach, R Kxsh 3rd Row J Lapham, T Lawrence N Hoffman J Jenkms, S Kyle, T Frtzpatrmk, L Klemer, M Hults, J Lawrng - ' ' ,Lb s , - A , 35 '1:q.?, n A .. L . , , X Y . ,, J A 3 1 . L . . , U x A 0 , , JF , 1 , . f i 3 . . ' I , - l' 0 . . . ! I ' A , Q gi A . L F Y 6 4 f 1 r.. - . . 1 -s. ' - Q ' T 3 5 , : . ' , . , . , . , . . . 1 - , . . , . , . ' . : . , . . 1 . , . l . ' . - , . , . . . : . , . ' , . , . . . . , . l , . . - : '. . ' X , . . . , . , . 1 , . . : . , . . , . . . . . . ' . : . . , - . . Seated L Morey J Levln B Martln J McBr1de D McKenz1e J Mlkes S Mather, E Lehman D Margher1n1 Znd Row D Moore R Mlller D Machan J McCamy G McNeese J McHale M Lxlly H Moody 3rd Row G Menke G Martln L Lemon M Seated S Pltcher A Muns J Roth K Roblnson, F Noble D Parker D Ohver S Rogers, M Patterson Znd Row D Reed A Ramsay J Murphy D Ressler J Rackov R Peek, J Ralston, J Rancour 3rd Row G Nathan R Pearson, D Partlngton D Pusz L Parks R Petersmark A Oldfleld T Peckham MCCutcheon, K. Michaels, R. Lochridge, M. Moorehead, P. Long, M. Miller. ,,,. x ..- ,5 5-112 affvllv' IQ.: Ny, ' f 43537 Y 1- M Y, 'S ' fr . g l , 1 -., "If i5 1- 4' The Class of '60 IS the largest and last freshmen class of F H S Bcgmmnp m 1957 Farrnmgton H1ph Sfhool wlll conslst of only thy tnnth, Llevnnth, and twelfth gvrades The freshman sold rafrc shmmnt at the Vin Dyke football game and hrld a closed dance m October for the1r fxrst monm y maklnp project Selllng refreshments at a basketball gime and sponsormg a dance mn the sprmp endLd thelr class actlutles thus year Class of I96O 1 Y 1 ' A 1 , . 1 - -. - 1 X 1 K v Q - Q 1' 7 , . . E . .I , j . ' 1 ' ' ' , -. 2' u 7 - Seated C Senkbell secretary Mr Freed Mr Graham Mr Bleleckl Mr Laney, R Brown vlce presldent Znd Row M Marsh treasurer Mrs Gummerus Mr Howell, Mr Sherpltms Mrs Hancuff Mrs Voltmer, M155 Donovan W Smlth presxdent fp by A M - . ' , . , . , o 1 ' ' ' ' . f . ' , - I ' 9 - 1 - 1 - ' ' lst Row D Burt Iwi Cavlns J Beard I' Banfleld D Bennett B Campbell S Boswell G Clark I.. Bruno E Brunk R Brooks Znd Row G Clark A Arvy R Brown J Bearden D Chngan M Brown G Barnum S Bolus M Boler D Cook 3rd Row D Chrlstam S Ad1x, C Balman J Bollere H Chapman E Cavms J Bohl J Callahan .T Cassell R Clark W Bleker fs'-L"""" i"""5 s Row M Dowdmg I DeCoste D Duquet J Dwyer T DaV1S, K Day J Dufault Dletrlch M DArnbros1o M Ferrante 2nd Row C Dust1n K Cotter R Dpver Evans, R Edwards D Crarnton J Flndlay, D DuBay B Duncan D Dmgman Dlckey 3rd Row E Eves P Cobb, F DePodesta R Elhs M Dane D Cusac D Crouse D Couslns, J Drury : . , . ' , . , ' . ' , . , . , . f . , . , . , . . 1 . , . , . , . , . ' , . , . , . , . , . . : . , . . , . y . , . D , . , . , . , . , . . fi-fifgq . - ' J Q' ga 4 .l K A Spf I ' xy K i. - V . if x ' 4 L- X K .. , - , , l K ,... Q ,. , T 4- M' ' .ff gr , 3 - ,, N. r i . ., x 1 N s R f 1 . , 4 . l V4 r :gs 3' 0 "fl so G3 A Y A 'V' 4 .L 5 Q 1 1 t. I . . , . , . , . y - I 0 1 ' 9 C, ' U , . ' I , . . : - . 1 - I - A I S. . , - 1 - ' - a ' I ' I 1 R. I . 1 . , . - a - ' 9 ' 1 - I . , - l - . TW Seated M Harrulton N Grac7yk C Hedgecough C Heck D Hendryx J Hardesty M Fr1end P Henault C Folsom M Foster M Gxulrnette P Gllder Znd Row S Glfflng J Greenberg M Fuller M Garry D Hembree F Janls T Guy, L Hull J Goss D LaValley J Hab1cht 3rd Row L Greene H Handelman M Groover R Jordan E Ford J Gaynor D Grant, J Gebben D Grlggs, C Harshheld M Hanson lst Row L Llchwala K Jessop C Lalngren B Johnson C Johnston S Brown M Lam C Jones L Layton Q Kemp S Klnsel P Hoffa Znd Row S Lawrence J Hyder B Koehler L Immekus J Lessway B LaForge 'NI Lampe D Hubert K Lell L Houghton V Leonard S Holmes W Jankowskl 3rd Row T Hlrnes L Backoff L Beech C Clark R Larry K Kessler W Bassett J Bleleckl J Knoy T Lashbrook, C Johnson . Q WW, ,A . f the-l " -V : , , . . , . , . , . 1 . 1 - . ' ' A u ' V , . , . , . 1 - I 1 - - ' ' 1 . , . , . ', . 1 - 1 - - 1 - 1 ' , . . I . , . , . 1 1 1 - I . , . . , . . 1 ' ' . .131 W , ' f Q. z 4 3 ' 'T . - 4 ' V , I- 7 , at .H 5 ' 0 ' , wanna -1 ' ........... r A v I . , : - a ,, 0 3 , F " .. 5 4 N XXL . , - - . , . -L v Q - ., .. ef -- - , N w y l 5 - If 'Nr-f 1 , 'i J Z f x 4 ' ' - 1 - 1 ' 1 - , . , . , , 1 - 1 - 1 L - 1 - 1 - 1 f . , , . , . , . , . , A . , , , l , . 1 - 1 - y - , I . , , , . 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 . , . , . WW Seated C Lewls, R Martln N Lynch, V lviakl S Lewltt, D Malenfant 7nd Row T Mecham, C LLWIS D lvlartln L 'vladrpy Mathews, R Lewls Maattala M Marsh J Lz,w1s M Ivlatson, B M1141 H Mielxenme B Lord B 'viapley P R Mazur W Marler 3rd Row S Niandulak Seated N Palrner, P McCullough K Polenz J Ports L M1ller, C Murphy D May K Nathan, M McLa1n, L Mlchlln, L Rackov, S Payne J Provenzola Znd Row D Petruccm G Proctor, S Radebaugh D Nadeau, L Moore J Paterson E Place, J Orr, M Neal K Moore R Payne, C Menke R Mazur 3rd Row K Nettle, K Pyorala E Morey, R McKerracker, R Sch1l11ng R Muns, B Malek, S Preuett, L Ph1ll1ps S Lxess, M O'Donnel1, M Morey, S. Noble 1 - : . ' . ' , . . , . , . 2 A , - . .1 - ' . ' . - I - I -p - f P rl - 1 - 1 - 1 9 - L. Martin, L. Gerber, M. Link, P. Marsh, P. Madigan, K. MacKichan, D. Lombard, P. - P - A rg : . . , . , . , . ' . , , , , . . , . . , . , . . . , . , . . , . . 1 . . , . , . V I , . . . 1 - I , 0 ' . lst Row C Stlpcalx B 'iuclle C Sn de K Santo P Stelnbergar J Srnlth D Roberts S1vy N Rincour Sexton S lolllns C Senlxbul Znd Row R SCl1IT11dt W Smlth D Staley A lZ1dlHgS W Russell I Schaffer J Sharpe W Srnlth J Runvon, J Ander son ll Spaller D Russell P Sm1th 3rd Row C lVICLauhl1n C Scharunam F Rldley Roberts A Smith R Rohn S Stover J .pwlft S R1cla H Schuler S R1ddel R Sharp A Sm1th ei? Seated D Temple, G Swanton A Sutherland N Tldeswell J W1ss1nger M Warner R Vanderwlll S W1lson D Wh1te B Young K VanVuren Znd Row G Weaver J Hamllton K Weber C Thomson P Taylor A Watson G Tmnkle D Wllson D Tlmm 3rd Row D Thomson, R Scott, J Wxllrarns S Tr1kes G Wllson R Walker L Thomas S Wallace, L Wrlght V VanDam, R Waskowskl Qilqrqi K A . In .Y ' 4 , ',, z - .. ,, , ' - Q.: L' G' I L 3 'U' . . v ' . x , 4 1"- fv, 1 ' A 5 X x , I ' x A 1 I Q H . Q s - L ,, V1 f V A I . I 1 ,. , i I . 1 5 f 4 ! JI A 1 , I ...K . ,X W y " V .,,,.1W....... V - ' r , 1 G ' ' Y, ' . . 1 , . A ', . Y T, . 1 , . f 3 , . , . , . is . Y . - V , ' . . S. , . 1 , IL. - ' , . A , . J . . . . , . , . . . C , X I . - 1 0 1 - 1 1- ' l - 1 - 1 - I . ' , ' . , . ' , . . I . g , . 4 , . , - . ,-. P - . . . D- 1 - 1 - 1 1 ' 5 1 - 1 f 1: - ' 1 - 1 1 . , . 'i.1:'7"ffi A A L Y I . ' . , - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 ' , , , , , . , . . . . , . . , . 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 ' a - - - . . . , . 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - . , . . . TEN MILE FC'-UFL Many graduatlng students of FHS w1ll recall memo rmes of the Ten Mxle Elementary School The west unlt of thls school was buxlt 1n l948 for use only as a servlce buxldmg for the school d1str1ct, but rapld growth ln the Farmlngton populatlon made It necessary to convert lt lnto classrooms Ln December of l95O another bulldlng was added to the slte The two bu1ld1ngs lncluded the grades from kxndergarten through the slxth At that tune about 600 students attended the Ten Mlle School It serviced a large area extendlng south to Elght Mlle Road, north to just beyond Eleven M1le, east to Floral Park and west to Haggerty Road Approxlmately 836 elementary age chlldren now attend the Ten M1le School an lncrease of only a llttle over ZOO Thls mcrease lS much more slgnlflcant, how ever, when the decrease xn the area the school now serves IS noted The boundary now extends north of the Grand Rxver cutoff, up to, but not lncludlng Eleven Mlle Road west of Orchard Lake Road out to Haggerty Road The Ten Mlle Elementary School IS slated for stlll more changes whlch mclude the future add1t1on of a multl purpose room and elght new classrooms -1 A .L Q ' I , . " v . - 1 , . Academic Classes Q 'X . ' s si asf' A ' -ws.. Classes Walk1ng through the halls and glanclng Into the classes of F H S , one sees many mdlvlduals engaged m varlous 1nc1dents and You can always tell the Freshmen then' bashful worr1ed looks Just as you can always tell the Sopho mores as they try so hard to set the styles And you can always tell the Junxors or projects keep them rushmg through the halls But you can never tell the Senlors, they just know It all' SCCIIBS. by ' f iq , A E 1 ' 'vip ff! 'za' I vw v ,.,, my U, . 5 In tix" . 5 f' is I 1, ,V Cs ,f 4 W ffffi 1 , ff f A if W. ,. 2- , ,, ,, W ,M 1 ,A .1 ,- . , N,-, ,W 5 X. fi if x viii. 52 Ti 1"vx'QxA .. yun- 1' ali" fi w 16 ,WMFMD wat .1 1 Y . 54A N A. I, 4 diff xx W ug V'-3' A'-- - 1 'f' 533 N--- N511 ' , 4' W ,,,yM'a , ' ,Q15 . 'Q Mff+f f ' -iw- Auto Mechanics i 5'Q...Q Home Ec JUNIOR HIGH CCI-IOGL 'Ihe llrst school IH Farmlngton was a log hut bullt ln 1830 on a s1te located on Shlawassee about mldway between the present Farrnlngton Road and Warner Street Farmmgton outgrew 1ts schools rap1dly a century ago, Just as It does today, for by 1835 a new bulldmg was needed Thxs was accornplxshed for the sum of 375 In 1857 the need for a st11l larger structure was met by the constructlon of the Standard or Old Unlon school a two story stone structure It stood on the slte of the bu1ld1ng wluch today houses Junlor hlgh classes In 1917, the f1rst sectxon of the bulldmg that now stands between the gym and the slte of the Old Unlon school was erected January 10 1918 saw the Old Unlon School go up m flames ln an early morning flre The desperate need of space requlred that the dernohshed bulldlng be re placed lmmedlately So before the close of the year the present bulldlng had been erected The new structure was complete w1th a gymnasmna on the second level and an assembly room Use of the gym wlthln the maln bulldlng was d1s contlnued IH 1937 Agaln the presslng need for fac111t1es prompted the completlon of the present gy1nnas1um and audltorlurn by December 8 of the same year The add1t1on of a four room annex to the gym ln 1946 bmngs the Junlor Hlgh to tts present physxcal bounds A few of the graduat1ng senlors have memorles of classes ln these bulldmgs that date back to as early as 1944 when klndergarten classes were held 1n the present book store Students from Bond and Noble Jomed the students at Farmlngton for their Junlor h1gh schoohng 7 u D . . 5 A- . . . , , ' . . . . ' ' . . 0 . . . . . . . . Acti iti Rx X X K X -'1-x.4 , K 'Q 'dn 5 Mw- +16 ,wh ,M 'B K N Q f . .1 K x ,.,,,9n"I" ,A..4 . J as Q in 1 - .f -' Af' E.. .1 W 1 4 , , 1 3, W 3 f'!i,". A 4' . -- f . 1 if , ,Cy mf, N fv :4,x.iZ A WI if t . , -ul-4, X A xz,-"7 1 WMV ' 1 " Q v J--M f - , M... i ' ' ,,, -....,, M ,.. , f f ,fi A50 -.- , x, I LQ.. V4 J... ,.,,,.w-nm' f 1 ,4 wmir X , W wwf MQ? S9 iff?" , wwbm, ' " " jr A4 mg . ywu.-q..4,0ullw'ul-v ,V e ' , V aw-W Z .V W' .1 ff , , MM, lm? 'JZ . Student Council The Student Council is the student governing body of the school. It is com- posed of representatives elected from each class for each homeroom of that class. A president and vice-president are elected by the school body. The council's purpose is to solve current school problems and ap- prove the functioning of school clubs. hen lki l lre'1surcr Don Pcmbcr Presiden JacA1eBurban4 secretary Dale Golla Vice president Mr Geiger, Advisor 'A v-1.1: - fn , . , - 1. i' , 1 "5 - ' - Wei if, . , 2 , t, L , , , , - . Seated C Senkbell G Menke S Hodges K N1kk1la D Pember D Golla J Burbank, Fulton L Chambers D Catherman B Rldxngs K Boswell, J Westfall D Hubert, Scully 3rd Row B Smxth R Jordan, J Hoofnagle B Clayton L Leach M Lam S Glffm D Hoffman J Greenberg S. Hansen, K. Lell. Znd Row: L. Frizzelle, A. Ridings, R. Jordan, B. Ports, J. MCCaskill E. , . , . , . ' ' , . . , . C. . : . ' , . . , . , . , . , GAA The Glrls Athletlc Assoclatlon pro vldes a dlverslfled lntramural program cludmg volleyball, softball and basketball competltlon Games wxth other schools are arranged by the club to promote xnterest and a corn petltlve spxrxt ln glrls' sports GTB lst Row J Cervln, J Clark, S Peterson, C Scully S Martln, J Boyce, M Ohman, Martln, L Leach, G Thomas J Burbank, S McEach1n Znd Row L Morey B Clayton K Scheffer, N Hodglns, K Senob, P Chapman, J T1lder, J Cook, N W1ll1ams J West fall, J Smlth, S Porter, M Burley, E Wllson 3rd Row N Mltchell, A Celmskx, D Mc La1n, D Baldw1n, C Read, B Coe C Wxlson, M Durfee, N West, K Boswell A Lan caster, L Kelly D Cornell, M Otls 4th Row J Roth J Brown, B Beckett, V Land acre, J Yordy, P Sewell K Andrews, K Rob1nson, M Berlxng B Schn1ers, E Hanson J Latham, T Houston, A Lum1e 0 Q o . , . . . . . .. . in- I a I - . - . , X n - f : L ' f - I x . i ., ,. - - I 1 1 -P s. KC' " . ' I at H ' I I ' . J Q s ' - 1 ,., .. w so 0 ', .2 Q 3 1 x '- X h A . Y W Q , ' A. . ., ' J. ' ' -5 . 1 V , , 4 1 n I : . ' . . . , . ' . . M. ' . . , . . '. : . . . , . . I . Q 1 . . . ' I y Q ' . . - , . - . . , . ' . , . . ' . : . , . . . - . - g - . . g o ' . , . . . . lst Row Donald Shuster ley Jones Znd Row Mr McBr1de Mr Hayes fb Thomas Kosty, Wes Burtch Dennls Varsity Club The Vars1ty Club IS an orgamzatxon formed to promote varslty compet1t1on and to bulld up prestlge among varsxty letter wmners A whlrlpool was purchased by the Varslty Club and presented to the Athletlc department last sprlng D5 wht-'5.::"w ' mg? suv 'uni-f l' ..f H-3-avi 'Y' lst Row Mr Race J Kmg D N1cho1s A LeSage S McCane B Brewbaker T Kosty J' Stambrook T Grlmshaw D Stumbaugh Znd Row Mr Burtch D Shuster D McBr1de L Mrock W Cawley J Urquhart D Benson RO'Connor G Blshop D Hoffman D Rentz Mr Hayes 3rd Row M Agee, D Catherman, B Arrmgton D McDonald L Raupp, P Schaldenbrand, D Warrmer, B Jones .T Porman J McCask111, L McLellan 4- - N , ' t L' V o 'r 1 X ' x I v : , - ' . : . , ' , . . T U , Q Q H - 4 W 4 Q r , K A ' A 1' s- -. r - - ., X . 1 ,L I v Q . 1 N " L U HJ . " K Y 4... r ' 5 5 . 'dk 1 '. - ' x Y .-' '. x X . "' Mr' r , . 44 -ft' , . , A f v p .. e ' 1 'S N U tg . Q RX Y QLYWA ' - ' ' - ' ' ' ' ' ' . X .W f, 1 r A- L , l - - f 'X J ' , , if ,' t ft 4 , , st ff f' s - 55 I W L lf Q' 'T -r v X fl x , 5 . : ' I ' ' I 0 I I ' I ' 3 ' I ' . , . ' , . . : . , . , . ' I l i , 0 , a , u 1 1 - , u , 1 , . . : . . . , . , . . . . . , . , . . mmm Future Nurses Members of the Future Nurses Club base then' act1v1t1es on varlous phases of the nursmg professlon Fleld trxps flrst atd courses, and volunteer work 1n the nurse offlce are a part of thetr program Mlss Vlrgtrua Carley IS the club s sponsor 86 ....-s lst Row M1ssCar1ey V Maattala K Van Vuren, S Everts J Shuster, K Stratos C Cusac D Cook, D Malenfant, F Dywer Znd Row B Gale, J Elhngham, M Schre1ber B Kucera, M Statham K Weber, B Mapley B Lord M Valentxne, J Habtcht 3rd Row J Dwyer, D McLa1n, N Dwyer, J Gebben M Fuller, C Clark, A Lunue, R Heath, M Marsh, B Harlow V. C. Y. VCY or Voice of Christian Youth is a part of an internationally known organiza- tion. Meeting once a week, on Thursday, the club helps the youth of our school to form Christian ideas J Sharpe, D Greggs C Griggs Znd Row B Harlow, J Shuster G Menke, P Selman, D Warriner B Beals, A Gadde, H Goodson, J Andrews, S Pitcher lst Row: A. Francis, M. Marsh, J. Lewis, K. Nettle, J. Kelly, L. McLellan, N. Mitchell . . , . , : . . , . . Future Homemakers F. H. A. or Future Homemakers of Arnerica is a club devoted to helping young Americans of high school age to prepare themselves to assume the management of homes and famllxes Offlcers J C001eYn D Curtls, M1ssK1rchner, L Sandula, M Urba1n N Klng Future Teachers The Future Teachers' Club, under the sponsorship of Miss Estelle Stang, gives students who are interested in the teaching profession an opportunity to investigate various vocational materials as a group. V Landacre D Wllkins, A Ridings, .T Latham S Schroeder lst Row: N. Beal, J. Cervin, Miss Stang, I... Chambers, L- Lafflh- 2nd ROW: K- PY0ra1a, 'AY' Y-Teens The Y-Teen Club is a branch of the Young Women's Christian Association Detroit The members strive for fun fellowship service and knowledge of affairs The club is open to freshmen sophomore girls of world public and Seated C Charles Standing Mrs Voltmer, K Farmer, K Andrews S Lange, K Robin son, J' Lange F Noble E Harris B VanAmeyde Camera Club The camera club IS an organlzahon formed by students for the purpose of further- mg theu' mterest ln and knowledge of photo graphs' v Mr Manz1 D Parker, A Scott, K Senob, D Splcer Librarians The Lxbrary Club conslsts of students who have at one tune or another, been a member of the staff The purpose of thls organlzatxon IS to stlmulate lnterest ln hbrarles and other cultural mstltutlons lst Row H Goodson M Schezber, L Sandula, S Gallant, Mrs Murphy Znd Row J Kelly T Dlebel, C Johnson 0 0 n . . . - , . . - u . . , . . , . . . Art Club The Art Club is an organi- ation for students who wish to further their interest in art. To be a member, a student must have two years of B average art work. lst Row F Sprmger, J We1ghtman, K Senob J T1lder .T Latham, Y Manseau, N De C. Cusac S Larson B Hoppe Podesta, R. Glenn. Znd Row: D. Clouse, N. Beal, A. Gadde, M. Whitehead, D. McBride, Exchange Students Last summer s1x FHS students vmslted Mexlco and three Mexlcan students vlslted Farmlngton thls wlnter as part of the Mexl can Exchange program Raul Lopez, Ernesto Tony Hemkem and Lourdes Lulu' Conde Adame were the Mexlcan exchange students thls year Barbara Place, our ambassador of good :- wlll spent last summer mn Turkey as part W ofthe Amerlcan Fleld Servlce program fd' Anlzar Noor from Indonesla lS the A S exchange student at Farmlngton Hlgh thls year Ann 5 stay here was arranged throuvh the Amerlcan Freld Servlce and the lndoneslan Moslem Student Umon 1n Djekarsa The purpose of the Amer1can Fleld Servxce and the Mexlcan Exchange programs IS to glve language students the opportunlty of l1v1ng 1n a home ln another country as a member of the famlly In add1t1on, tme famrly acquarnts the student wlth the worth whlle phases of lts l1fe, the landmarks and some of the scenlc areas Am ar Noor lndonesla 1-v 2 Fred Pepper Mexlco, Jana Brown Mexlco, Barbara Place Turkey, Judy Cook Mexlco, hue Hymes Mexlco, John Cox Mexlco ' JS 'W 1 N . .J-'W lr vw ,V , af IQ' 7 Q "Ugg xg. , - ts--f , E .l'Lw - " X V' J.. ' 595, f' icy-r 4' uv ' J, ly ,,,f:Xl ref ,IV I Lrkff l ' ' - rm. MN ' I I A D I I ' A ' 1 D . . , . . . . K . . . , . . . ,, ,, K X 4.1 i . X . K 1 W., Q V If J I-if gg Debate Thxs club under leadershlp of Mr Lloyd Srnlth conslst of varslty and Junior varslty members Each year the club partlclpates ln Judge compet1t1on debates 'V-1 Seated B Place N Hodcuns M Walker L I-Ielmer Standlng M Hanson M Dowchng J Smmth N W1111ams C Clark B Schmers, D McLam M Moorhead J Beard, T Davxs . , . I n I -3 D , ,A ' - ,Q- ,Q 1 A J - ' Q f s s A Nia- 1 as 5' W t , wg .X I N, yr R J s L 1 ' N Q x . ? I k-Q..--A ' K , Hwy, M- . I . , . Q. , . , . . I . p - I 1 . l , . . l , . , . . , . , . Q Generation Th ' ' ' ' ' e Generation is Farmington High s literary : The magazine has been printed for four years. A volunteer group of freshman boys published it for the first two years but their venture grew until last year and again this year when the worries and rewards of publication fell on the Eng- lish V class. All the material in the magazine is writ ten by the students in the four high school grades. The English V students are responsible for gathering a.nd editing the material as well as the mechanics of printing. Their job is completed when they have planned and executed a sales campaign. So you see, the Generation is a maga- zine of the student, by the student and for the student at Farmington High Miss Virginia Carley and Mr Lee S Peel serve as advisors for the publication lst Row: B. Place, N. Lind, Miss Carley, L. Kelly, E. Hanson, G. Nelson. Znd Row: Mr Peel, B. Beals, J. Boyce, K. Senob, D. Warriner, M. Fisher, N. Hodgins, M. Ohman, C Robertson Blue and White Since the change of our school paper from the "Falcon" to the "Blue and White, " it has steadily improved and 'climbed in circulation. It has become a model paper. The "Blue and White" is staffed by Farmington's journalism class, advised by Mr. L. S. Peel. In addition to the regular staff, students often see the paper photo- grapher lurking in the halls waiting his chance at a prize picture. These students not only hunt up news and write the articles but they also set their own press We are proud to have the Blue and White for our school paper lst Row N Mitchell N Beal D Wilkins W Rickhart T DeGroot, D Golla Znd Row L Kelly D Coffman, M Martin J Carter L Chambers D Pember J McCaskill M Ohman, B Ports, J Hoofnagle L Peel advisor lv ' ll . . , . , . y Q , . . . . I I - 1 - l v 1 ' D ' 1 ' . . y 0 , . Yearbook Staff The publlcatlon of the Rollcall F' H yearbook IS handled by f1VC staffs an edltor ln ch1ef and an advlsor Although problems are encountered the rough spots are flnally made smooth and at Sw1ng Out the students recelve then' eagerly awalted Rollcalls if 'hw' Rayne ond Glenn Af V1 S O1 Jan. Boyce Edltor 1n Cnef R x I 4 , ',f.l.3r'fw1CP'?'- , i We lm 5' ' 1 P Not pictured : Parn Chaprnan S 'W Business Ed. Dona Wllalns Ka en S nab N 1cy Hoczmns Roseniary Heatm Lx eraly Ed A1 Eu Ph Jtograu y E5 WX Hng Ed lst Row D Baldwxn P Whltsett N Hodglns A Lancaster L Kelly S Henry J Brown M Durfee A Scott K Boswell Znd Row M lwiartxn J Boyce B McNatt .T Cook P Chapman, S Larson V Nelson B Hoppe K Senob M Ohrnan 3rd Row J Txlder, B Place R Heath T DeGroot D Pember J We1ghtrnan C Cusac R Morrxson K Aff: ' 1 A ' ' 7 ' 1- Q x A -I ' ' 1 -- . A , .' - A 1 - - L XJ La. C2 . -L I - K ,F 1 x A sq x Y- ' . v, . U . . Ll .- . J. I -V . .. ..,..,. ,. . nf 'T ' . 'W . , ,A-awxmev-paw -JL . . , . , . , . , . , . , . . , . , . . . . , . , . , . , . . , . , . , . , . . . . . , . , . , . , . , . , . . Homecoming The sixth annual Homecoming game, held on October 12, was played against Walled Lake with Farmington losing the game 7 to 6. During half-time lovely queen Betty Lou Ports and her stunning court members, Jackie Burbank, senior, Judy Becker, junior, Martha Berling, sophomore, and Diane Petrucci, freshman, were escort- ed to the fifty yard line where Betty Lou was presented with a bouquet of white mums. Betty Lou and her court also reigned over the Homecoming Dance that evening. The climax of the' gala festivities was the crowning of the Queen by this years football captain, Dennis McBride, and the presenta tion of her bouquet of yellow roses. H Diane Petrucci, Jacquelynne Burbank, Betty Lou Ports - Queen, Judith Becker, Martha Berling Senior Play "We Shook the Family Tree," a comedy, was presented November ninth and tenth by the senior class. The troubles of Hildegarde Dolson, who was faced with no date for the prom and then with a very undesirable one provided the plot. Her date, Freddy the only boy in school who wore knickers prompted many laughs from the appreciative audience. The cast well suited for their parts did a commendable job on the lighthearted comedy rw J Hop ., fv '-'fix Falconnalres lst Row L Graham L Larch E Hanson C Rozcnboom M Flshcr S Upchurch N L1nd J Burbank V Nelson Znd Row S McCane V Carru. D McBr1de Andrews L Wojtyna R Ramson B Scott P n r-,O Cholr lst Row L Larch C Rozenboom E lanson N Beal S Peterson, B Place A Lumxc J Cervm M Martm J Burbank N M1tchcll L Lcach S Henry J Balcom C Kap peler J Stokan Znd Row B Ilarlow A McCaffrey A Galbra1th H Goodson J Srruth N Srruth, M Fmshcr J Becker C Cusac D Dufault, N Lmd, B Ports S Larson G Nelson, A Gadde C Read A Lancaster 3rd Row D McBr1de J Woods E Andrews J Cook L Wojtyna, D Lund C Love, W Scott R Hacker D Falsot, B Marler J Vhsslnger S Upchurch J Clappxson 4th Row S Brown S McCa.ne J Mason P Sut ton P Barber Y Manseau J Martm J Rowley A Ramsay E Stevens V Currle Q I ' 2 I 5 . . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . , I., ,, n G F"I fi l 7 A Y - in ' .- s A 1 I .. . N , V , , ' f 1 ' ' 1 ' , .. 4 ' Y . ' 4 ' s h I 5 fx 0 sf "f'2',s" , 1 ev- -A ,, so -iw . ' - -V , s ' , . . , . , . 1 , . , . . , . , , , . Q i u Q a , u y 0 i 1 u I y u 4 , u I 1 " , . , I . . , . ' , . , . , . , . . L . . . , . , . , . . . , . , . . , . , . . . . , . , . , . , . . , . . , L . , . . , . ,. . . . , . , . . . . , - , . , . ' , . , . ' , . , . 1. , . , - , . . il? mg sf!"1"""""' Gust Lvl!-IL! lst Row N T1deswell S Noble S Everts, E Wllson, M Cooley E Sexton T Houston, S Weaver, D Catherman, J Drury N Becker, G Ferguson M Frazer L Machan, K VanVuren 3rd Row S Radebaugh S Stover K Roberson, M Fuller V Pratt, A Reeves K Harrls S McKenz1e, C Balman L Graham G Bates A A A V3 3 rf' A Af""l4n. lst Row G Clark, D Malenfant lviakl D Wlute M Larn S Lless C Charlc J l-'yder E .lackobs S Lange B Clapplson, M Dowdlng ?nd Row B G1ff1n S Lewett M Warner, J Brundle ln Tlernan R Edwards V Brugrnan J McBr1de C Harshfxeld L Layton, C Jones 3rd Row K Scheffer S Lewxs M Cavrns, lx Wcbcr B Mapley B Klus V Cawley, D Rlch, M Matson V Leonard J Beckley ' V A ff , flgwffw S V V 1 C F "31,'?4g : . ' , . , . . ' . , . , . ' S. Wallace, E. Palornbit, R. Sakofske. Znd Row: M. Miller, M. Neal, J. Pyle, M. Moorhead, . . . , . . . , . , . . . : . , . , . . , . . ' - , .4 l ' , -- 1 4. xi- . ,I H- , : . , , B. , ', . ' , . , . A , . fs, . . , . , . , . . . .. : . ' ' , . , . . , Y. V , . , . , . I , . ' , . . . : . , . ' , . ' ' '. - ' , Q of f J' mfls3a?a,g 6 3 5 gp? ml Q ' pf 5 f P I 5 3:5 is An 2 f ,fl A l .2 fx Q Q m I ufll 21 NUI p lg X, , as f , Sir NX Mwmym m2 , dl. Band The flfty slxth Farmmgton I-hgh School Band under the d1rect1on of Mr Robert Zlmmerman and drum major Herbert Brugman has performed at football games and has glven several concerts durmg the year The majorettes added to the band s half txme performances uf! Kneehng S Henry J Cervzn Standmg N Beal K Boswell, A R1d1ngs, Captaln L Kelly, H Brugman, C Clark, A Lurnxe, M Marsh 1- .. , W 'hiiyig I . ' K ,, 1 .'9l'?5i u. I I . 'I 4 I I W' -z -PM lst Row H Brugman M Marsh R Ellxs, J Cassell D Temple M Stalen D Faulkner R Larry D Splcer L Rackov C Clark A Rldxngs 2nd Row R Brooks C Murphy, L Makl D Txmrn, B VanArneyde M Hultz Cv Fryer D Stumbaugh J Clark J Coff man J Westfall 3rd Row S Tlmm S Han on F Menke F Bendlng M Mc3Lam B B Johnson 4th Row D Mc Clayton M Ham1lton J Wmssrnger C Menke K Pyorala Lam P Selman 'I' Cornell D Bradley D McKerracher B Martm J Orr R Bar bour J Lessway G Menke 5th Row R Herbert R Temple B Rxdxngs L Schaffer A Deaven B Bassett D LaValley D Wllson A Srnlth J Wxlllams 6th Row Mr Zxrnrnerrnan, L McLellan D Herbert S Wllson, L Hayworth, S Felt N Lynch D Chrlstaln R LEWIS J Dwyer FARMINGTON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL The last step ln our secondary educat1on was taken as we entered the Farmmgton Senlor I-hgh Constructlon of the Semor H1gh was begun ln July 1952, after several years of plannlng and co operatlon by townspeople and educators The total cost at thls tlme excludlng the gymnasxum and north wlng was S 969 179 04 ln September of l953, wlth an enrollment of 205 Since that tlme a gyrnnas1um and classroom wlng have been added and an addltlonal wlng IS now belng planned When we fxrst entered as shy freshmen the total enrollment stood at 598 Today as we leave as serlous senxors, the nuxnber has grown to 903 We go forth lnto a grow1ng world from a growlng school, eager and capable to confront the challenges for wh1ch we have been prepared The class of '57 entered as the first freshman class Athletics Football Team ln the season opener the Farrrnngton eleven broke Clarence v1lle's eleven game wlnnlng streak and regalned the Teapot Probably the best two games the Falcons played thls season ended 1n defeat Walled Lake rated as one of the top three Class B teams ln the state was held to narrow 7 6 wm and Waterford whose only defeat of the season was to Walled Lake gamed only a 13 7 vlctory Dlsplte the dlsrnal season record xt may be recorded that th1s year's team never lost 1t's deslre to plav the game 3 Q QQ Gr Q 'ffial aueaadhhs Bev- '12 arslty lst Row W Crawford Manager, B Brewbaker, B Sharp K Nlkklla, D McBr1de Captam, J Stalnbrook, T Murphy, T Kosty, M Agee, A LeSage Znd Row D Benson, D Cather man, D MacDonald W Jones, D Holloway D Warrxner, H Waters, L Raupp L Mc Lellan, J Lawmg, D Clark Manager 3rd Row D Race Coach S McCane, J McGee, F Clapplson, G Urquhart, G Fawcett, E Fulton, J' Chalmers B Rldlngs, M Whztehead, R Porter N Stevenson, D Rentz J Hayes Coach , X fx, ' A Q' A . 1 'Q Q ' 'A ,Q " ' I -G r37Qi- 9' 'L t 9 i ' C , Q4 .- K ', " .4 Q i Y I rl. T . In 31 -3 V 34, 42545 ' 5 Q H , '- pl W' I: M 1 hm, 'J ' ' B W gi t Q L 4 ' er Seated T Young C Love P Ports N Staudt N Hoffman T Grlmshaw L Sonnenberg J Rogers Znd Row J Ralston R Jordon G Ekey B Hanby R Hubert D Byrne J Cox D Roberts 3rd Row B Burtch coach R Jordon P Vamro J MCCamy D Machan B Wrrght D Calrns P Dxttmer, G I-ohwart '3 '?J'1Q"i Freshmen Ist Row J Wllhams G Wllson, L Wrlght T Hlmes P Henault A Sm1th K Nathan R Martln, B Kemp L Irnmekus Znd Row J Knoy D LaVa11ey D Goodfellow L Gerber B Smith F DePodesta C Thomson J Cassell J Anderson C Johnson A Smlth J Sharpe 3rd Row R Brown D Wllson J Orr D Rohn G Txnkle L Schaffer H Chapman T Guy H Spaller J Patterson, D Crous G Weaver coach C Graham , In 7 A I , A I Y 1 A I M Q2 EZ 5. I . 1 - 1 ' I ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . . Z . 1 - 1 - 1 - I ' I ' ' ' , , . I . ' 1 - 1 ' 9 ' ' ' ' , . - v . , ' , , . A . .o V' va "i ft f -. 1 .. , W Q1 W if 1 ' ' , - ' x 1 4 n - , , l 1 7 - , u I-at K ' -wb ,fr fi V - , ' , ,R , s JY A Q . 1 bf' ' 7 . V L ' ,IA N- ,- ' . . ..,. . ., - - 1 - - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 . . , . . I . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . ' , . , . , . . I . , . , . , . , . ', . 1 - 1 ' J - 1 - - 1 - 2 1 N ' 'amy W mg' 'ma 'S 2' 'N Q32-3 i Basketball The Farmmgton varsxty cagers under Coach Robert Burtch f1n1shed the 1956 57 season 1n thlrd place 1n the Lnter Lakes League standxngs Theu- league record was 5 5 Walled Lake and Berkley tled for the hrst place slot Thexr record for the entlre season was 7 wms and 9 losses Captaxn Bud Jones and Don MacDonald were the hlgh scorlng duo for the Falcon fxve wlth 241 and 232 pomts respectively The Falcon JV squad 1lk8W1Se ended then' sea The fleghng freshman Falcon fxve turned xn the most 1mpress1ve Wm loss record, 10 wlns and 2 defeats Bud Jones Center Don MacDonald Forward w TOTI1 KOSty, Guard Jerry Stambrook, Guard Dave Catherman, Guard Dave Warrmer, Forward son with 7 wins and 9 losses. I U 1 - 4 X f 1 Varsity Ist Row B Brewbaker T Kosty D Catherman B Jones Captaln, M Seng D Rentz G Stalnbrook Znd Row J MCCask111 Manaver L McLellan D MacDonald T Calkms L Raupp D Warnner H Waters Mr Burtch coach whim Ist Row F C1app1son D Nlchols J Larson, J Lawlng G Ekey A LeSage N Stevenson Znd Row Mr Graham D Byrne M Agee B Garry B Wrxght K Cobb, T Young R Jordan, T Grlmshaw 5 ' , I ,,.-.V ' ' ,K Q' V I I I f x O I . , . 1 - 1 - ' - 9 - 1 - ' . : ., - O , . , . , . , . , 1 , 0 , u - n .A u E ' ' J-?"5fQQ"A'ii - ' f . ' f E Hug.. L , 3 7 R A .. x A Y- L, . R Y Z I . , . , . . , . , . , . I ' 1 - 1 . , - 9 - I ' ' v - Wrestling Wrestling, a new addition on Farming- ton sports agenda, has created much inter- est and enthusiasm during the course of the year. The team, under the capable super- vision of Mr. Freed, consists of approxi- mately Z5 members, lZ of which wrestle at each match. lst Row B Major, R Jordan T Peckham J Marsh J Cassell, N Staudt, R Schmidt Znd Row R Hacker, R Jordan D Ressler B Dwyer, S Beckwith, S McCane D Shuster, Mr Freed, coach : . . , . , . , . . , : . . , . , . . . , . . . Sports Honors Steve McCain, senior, was selected for the All-League team by a vote of his team members of the Varslty football squad and through a fmal selectlon made by the coaches ofthe league schools Steve, comlng to Farrrungton for h1s senlor year, served one sea son on the F IJ squad Louls Mc Lellan, semor, recelved honorable mentlon Dlck O'Connor and Jlm Marsh, members of the 56 57 cross country team, recelved lugh Honors Dlck a senlor, took thlrd place ln the league meet, second ln the regxonal and seventh mn the state tlns year Jlm, aJun1or and captaln elect for next year s cross country squad placed nlnth ln the league, exphtn 1n the reglonal meet, and twenty f1rst ln the state Bob Dwyer, sernor captured flrst place ln the regxonal wrestllng match Slnce th1s was the fxrst year of wresthng at Farm1ngton, we are especxally proud of thls vlctory F--f S A Yin Ar""' Steve McCa1n Dick O Connor Bob Dwyer . J. S. . . , , - . . , . . . . . . . . . - A , , . . ' A A Sn . W t K, K Q , Y kg 1 I ,mi f' 1 x. ' . . . , Cross Countr The Farrnlngton I-hgh l956 57 Cross Country team drd a good Job thxs year The squad took a fourth mn the state Class B meet wlth Dlck O'Connor capturlng seventh place Two runners of the FHS took the second and exghth places xn the reglonal meet whlch helped to put us ln the fourth spot The FHS squad came mn second IH the league meet wlth runners placlng thlrd and nlnth Mr Gene Freed servlng h1s flrst year as FHS cross country coach beheves that the squad made a good showlng and expects a good fall season 0 Kneelxng E Llbstaff .T Cook G Barnum, J' Marsh, D Nxchols, D Stumbaugh R Schmldt Znd Row E Freed coach, T Peckham, B Emerson, W Cawley D Shuster, D. Olconnor L Mrock ' I D ' I - , n It if 'Y K ef 'ri' Mx y M X is ..,. fi ' 'x .eq "N ' : . ' . . , . . , ' , , I : . - . . , , , Girls' Bowling The Girls' Bowling League was reor- ganized this year and now consists of six teams with five members on each team. The League meets each Thursday to bowl at Farmington Lanes. The officers are as follows: President, Pat Stipcakg Vice- President, Janet Cerving Secretary, Joanne Tilderg Treasurer, Linda Kelly. The spon- ser is Miss Mary Donovan. Seated: Pat Sewell, Linda Kelly, Joann Tilder, Janet Ce-rvin, Peggy Schreiber. Standing: Miss Donovan, Lois Leach, Judy Pyle, Carol Menke, Martha Berling, Judy Filochowski, Karen Andrews, Kay Stratos Golf Golf has been one of our varsity sports for 3 years. The team practices every night in good weather that they may do well in league competition. There is also a trophy at stake and the goal of placing in the state meet. L. Gerber, K. Cobb, J. Porman, B. Hanby, G. Bishop, D. Rentz, Mr. Shewbridge. Cheerleaders F H S 1s proud of then: elght flne cheerleaders who falthfully led the sldehne support of the teams throughout the year Wlth the help of the newly formed Pep Club the cheerleaders have contrlbuted greatly to the growth of school splrlt at H 1 V-if-,,.. Nanc y Mltc hell, Captain F. . S. . 1 In ' V. 1 V - A T 1 l U W 'N l A Q' .I 1 - - . ' Q il, V be" E 4 4 .3 X I3 'bf 'Q X . XXX 1 1 -N - V . ' .R d, B- Cla Kneeling: L. Chambers, N, Mitchell, A. Lancaster. Standlng- N' Lmd' C ea ton, S. Martin, J. Hoofnagle. Snaps ,, Q xv QR K' , Q- A Rui mazda ,. Q! - , Agn , ,1-,,,,,.: Yi 'f vga. aj. 'f',..g 551' XE, ! QffM'WlZ'Zk t g . mrzmv' EI " -ef. ,- af -MW ,1 Congralulallons Class of l 957 Farmmglon Lumber Co Everylhsng for lhe Bullder GR 4 40l5 32800 Grand Ruver Telephone Norlhvllle 308 Congrahlaluons Class ol l957 John M Clapplson Farmunglon lnsurance Agency 32500 Grand River Farmlngion Michigan GR435Il Rayl s Suburban FOR Tl-,E BEST Sporlnng Goods Tools 81 Machunery Housewares Garden Suppl es Pam? Cabmel l-lardware Bar B Equlpmenl Bar B Eguupmenl Toys l-leadguarlers lor Lnllle League Baseball Egunpmenl 27740 Grand Rlver Phone KE 7 2600 GR 4 I7I7 Congralulaluons Class ol I 957 F E N D T Bullder s Supply Inc ualuly Building Maleruals lor Builders l I - I - -Q ' Farmingfon, Michigan Fdrminglofl. MlCl1lQ6N I ' ' . . ' I - Q CCPHOTOGRAPHY AT ITS BEST" Schools Weddings Babies H A POWELL STUDIOS Largesf an the Mldwesf TOLEDO DAYTON DETROIT IULI II Ill llun Mill! llllllllllllll LIILILIIIIUI Illlllll ' J 1 'QITET 'L L' SINCE 1836 Fme Food Liquors and Lodgunq m The Early Amemcan Tradmon KEnwoocL 4 8454 Grand Ruver af Elohf Mule Road Farmmgfon Mxchagan O I I I at xi P .,.V , as M W- ,ff-'fiiiix 5 l- ETH . 0 S 07" 7172 R fda Y .L -' , "4-Ely " eu U I . HOLLOWAY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Grading and Sewer L V0 IC IGAN 5,10 OD OUIOTEY MACHINE PRODUCTS WEYHINO BROTHERS MANUFACTURING COMPANY JEWELERS Cl R g I T ph - i Congrofulafions Class of T956 f ' 1 wisp' 'Va A ,o I-, . 'PODUO ' A - 30966 Grand River GR 4-T500 ass in s - nvitations - ro ies OTIS SUPER SERVICE Farmington Mich. GR 4.4212 Grand River and Grove Complimenfs of THE LAKEWAY DRIVE-IN CURB SERVICE Catering to Parties and Weddings GR 4 9868 FARMINGTON SINCLAIR SERVICE 33708 Grand River GR 4 9749 THE FARMINGTON ENTERPRISE Farmington s Own Home Community Newspaper 23623 FARMINGTON ROAD GR 4 6225 OAK PHARMACY The Corner Drug Store E L Mosure PhC 42525 Farmington Mich BRADLEY REXALL DRUGS P-R-E-S-C-R-I-P-T-I-O-N-S Farmington Michigan EARL VIVIER OLDSMOBILE GMC TRUCKS 33205 Grand River Ave. GR 4 6100 Compliments of BLACKLOCK BUICK INC 32411 GRAND RIVER CONGRATULATIONS CONROY S MARKET 23534 Farmington Road GR 4 4252 BOB DUSSEAU Inc Q FARMINGTON MICHIGA JL-Mum li 33015 G ZX sz r oussEAu T , PM 2 an l l I 0 I ll ' I ' u . FE' , fd!! I ll ll 3 ! I ' ' UNIV!!! , , , ,7. GR - ' , ' . 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' B . forth of Gr n ver ' . 5 , I ' 1 I o 11 . . . ,, Comphmenfs of Dr G F Weaver Farmington Sfafe Bank 3333I Grand Ruver Comphmenfs of BERLING McHUGH Formmgfons Progress ve Ford Dealer Comphmenfs of MAC 5 SERVICE GR49849 ClAY S BARBER SHOP 33260 GRAND RIVER COMPLIMENTS OF DICKERSON'S HARDWARE ORCHARD LAKE AND TEN MILE GR 4 3223 FARMINGTON BAKERY 33250 Grand Rwer Farmnngton Mlchlgan GR 4 T681 COMPLIMENTS OF DR R C SMITH Optometrist THAYER FUNERAL HOME Farmungfan Michigan COMPLIMENTS OF FARMINGTON MIllS A bouquet of Best Washes lAWERENCE MAYER Fine Flowers and Gifts GR 4 2800 . I . , i . , COMPLIMENTS OF I Il ' ll ll ' ' ll Weslern Tool 8: Due Company Toos Dues Jugs Fuxlures 28650 Grand Ruver Farmunglon Muchugan Greenleaf 44567 Conqralulaluons an Besl Wushes Io Ihe Class of I957 FOI'I'T Junuor Hugh School Sruclenl' Councul THIMK' A Surucere Wush or A I-Iappy Fulure for Every Member of The Class ol I957 Frank A Henry, Jr an TOWNSHIP REAL ESTATE MORE FRIENDS BECAUSE WE HELP MORE PEOPLE Farmunglon Offuce NATIONAL BANK OF DETROIT Member Federal Deposul Insurance Corporaluon I - 1 - . - . . ' I - - - INSIJRANCE . ' - d cl I Besf of Luck RONEY S MARKET 22200 Mrddlebeli' FarmmgI'on Mlchngan GR 4 I474 Farmmgfon Mrchlgan Congrafulahon Class of I957 FARMINGTON LANES 323I5 Grand River Farmmg+on Muchrgan Complumenfs of MICHELE S O SOLE MIO Reslrauranfg Puzzeruas I363I W Nane MlIe Oak Park LI 6 8200 2450! 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