Flat Rock High School - Rambler Yearbook (Flat Rock, MI)
- Class of 1954
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FOR HIS SUPERB COACHING
FRIENDLINESS TOWARD EVERY STUDENT
AND INVINCILBE SCHOOL SPIRIT THE
, RAMBLER STAFF PROUDLY DEDICATES TO
MARVIN "COACH" MITTLESTAT
THIS 1954 ANNUAL.
Besides his regular teaching duties which include classes in both gym and iunior
high mathematics, Coach Mittlestat also serves as faculty advisor for the Varsity
Club. He is well known for his promotion of school spirit, stressing that the ideas
of good sportsmanship, fair play, and consideration for the other fellow be prac-
ticed not only by the players but by the spectators as well. School spirit does not
stop on the athletic field but should be carried over to the classroom, to school
activities, to the organizations, and to everyday life.
To "Coach" Mittlestat we express our deepest appreciation for the fine work he
has done in athletics and in helping to promote good sportsmanship among the stu-
dents of Flat Rock. The long hours he has put in working with "the team", his
principles of fair play and his unfailing belief in "Flat Rock Spirit" have been a
great factor in the athletic records of Flat Rock High School. Coach meets both
victory and defeat with equal determination, the elations of triumph never over-
shadow his criticisms for perfection. He interprets defeat as an experience in good
sportsmanship and an incentive for improvement. Young men of Flat Rock gain
much through these many fine experiences in athletics under his direction.
Of the many fine records achieved by Flat Rock the
most outstanding have been made by the baseball teams
which over a period of thirteen years have won l6l games,
lost 55, and tied 3 for a .745 winning per-centage. ln
addition to this the Ram 9s have taken 8 Huron League
Championships and twice finished second.
The football records are iust as outstanding. In the
last five years Ram grid teams have won 31 games losing
only 9. ln his one year as basketball coach the Ram 5
posted a l0 game winning record while losing 5.
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Table of Contents
FA C UL TY AND
ADIVINIS 779A Tl ON
John C. Kreger--President, Thurman S. Peacock--Trustee
Ad P ' r ' Mrs. Ethel Bobcean--Trustee, Rollen M. Stevens--Treasurer
Franklin H. Jones--Secretary
General Science, Junior High School Principal
B. S. Michigan State Normal
A. M. University of Michigan
HENRY VAN WYHE
Calvin College A B Degree
University of Michigan A M
Principal of Senior High
A. B. Western College of Education '
A. M. University of Michigan
Flat Rock High School
Secretary to Superintendent
Jr. High Office Manager
Sr. High Office Manager
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MISS JEAN BARTLETT
A. B. Michigan State Normal College
M. E. D. Wayne University
Freed-Hardemon, Heuderson, Tenn.
Murray State College
B. S. in English
Health Spelling Girls Gym
B S Michigan State Normal College
Woodshop, Mechanical Drawing
B. S. Michigan State Normal College
Boys Gym, Coaches football and baseball
A. B. Michigan State Normal College
LOUIS JAN EZECH
B. S. University of Minnesota
General Science, Geography, Biology
B. S. University of Minnesota
SYLVESTE R WOJCICKI
Arithmetic, Coaches basketball
B. S. University of Minnesota
Eastern Kentucky Teachers College
A. B. Degree
French, Latin, English, and Library
General Mathematics, Algebra
A. B Michigan State Normal College
University of Michigan
B. S. in Chemistry
Chemistry, Physics, Geometry
and Advanced Math
B. S. and M. S. Ithaca College
Ferris Institute, Western State and
Michigan State Normal
B. S. Degree
Typing I and II
Ferris Institute, B. S. Accounting
University of Tennessee, M. S. Degree
Bookkeeping I and II
Grinnell College, lowa
B. A. Degree in Ari
University of Wisconsin
M. S. Degree in Applied Art
Art and Junior High English
MISS BARBARA BERARDUCCI
B S Michigan State Normal College
'ln the Hall of Fame, l
strive to place my name.
Band 'l,2,3,41 Band Concert
i,2,3,4p Student Council 2,
3,45 Class President 4:
Varsity Basketball 45
Athletic Carnival 25 Dance
Band 2, Yearbook 'l,2,35
Ring Committee 31 Cl0SS
Play 3,45 Varsity Club 45
Play Committee 4
'Who says only sissies
have curly hair?'
Athletic Carnival 4
"A happy giggle and
oodles of pep.'
Librarian ii G.A.A. 1,25
Office can 1,2,3,
'That little touch of
humor and personality.
Class Play 4, Play Com-
mittee 31 G.A.A. 'lp Year-
book Staff 31
'No telling what he will
Class Play 4, Varsity
Club Vice Pres. 45 Varsity
Football 4, Ring Committee
3: Football Captain 4
"Get thee behind me
Satan but don't push.'
G.A.A. 3,45 Yearbook Staff
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'She has a winning way."
G.A.A. l,2,3,4: Office 45
Yearbook Staff 3,45 Year-
book Editor 4g Play Com-
mittee 35 Athletic Carnival
2: Student Council 4
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'Always happy and f'-'ll
Class Play 3: G.A.A. l,2,
3i Prom Cbmmiifee 32 YCUY'
book Staff 4
'A true friend once you
G.A.A. l,2,3: Glee Club
'l,2,3,4i Library 4: Stu-
dent Council lf Assembly
'The shy, quiet type."
G. A. A. 1,2
'lf business interferes with
pleasure---cut out the
G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Band 2,3,4,
Band Concert 2,3,4p Assembly
Committee 2,41 Student
Council 3: Student Play
Director 35 Class Play 4:
Play Committee 4
'Why mother's get gray."
Varsity Club 3,45 Varsity
Football 3,45 Class Play 3,45
Band I,2,3,45 Band Concert
i,2,3,45 Athletic Carnival 2,
45 Class Vice President 45
Dance Band 2
ROBIN COOK E
"Don't argue with me5 I know
Varsity Football 45 Class
Play 3,45 Varsity Club 4
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'Quiet like an alarm clock."
G.A.A. 'l,2,3,45 Class Sec-
retary 35 Class Play 3: Play
Committee 35 Office 2
"There's nothing like fun is
G.A.A. 'l,2,3,45 Student Council
Treasurer 45 Yearbook Staff 2,
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so why should I hurry?"
G. A. A. 'l,2,3,45 Assembly
Committee 3,45 Class Sec-
retary 25 Class Treasurer 45
Yearbook Staff 2,3,45 Yearbook
Business Manager 45 Band 45
Office 25 Class Play 45 Ring
Committee 35 Band Concert 4
'Speak upl We ,can't hear
G. A.A. 'I,2,3,45 Library 4
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Band 'l,2,3,4: Band Concert 'l,
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Play 3,45 G.A.A. 'l,2,3,4: Year-
book Staff 45 Assembly Com-
mittee 45 Prom Committee 3:
Dance Band 2:
'Only two things in life
that count---girls and
Band li Varsity Football 4:
Varsity Club 4: Athletic
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'You never can tell what
these shy fellows will dal'
Class Play 3,45 Track 35 Play
'Always in the midst of
Class Vice President 3:
Band 2,3,4i Glee Club 2,3,4p
Band Concert 2,3,4: G.A.A.
'l,2,3,4, Play Committee 35
Class Play 3,45 Student
Council 41 Assembly Com-
mittee President 4
G. A. A. 'l,2,3,4: Class Vice
President 4, Glee Club l,2,
3,41 Band l,2,3,4: Band
Concert 'l,2,3,4: Class Play
4: Yearbook Staff 2,45
Athletic Carnival 2
'Wl"Y study? The more
we know, the more there
is to forget"
Class President 25 Studenf
Council 2, Assembly Cum-
miffee 3,42 Varsity Football
4: Varsity Club 4, Play Cqm.
Track 3,47 Varsity Football
4: Varsity Club 4: Class
She takes life as nt comes
Class Secretary 4
'Keep in line girls---you
may get a chance."
Class Play 45 Varsity Club
3,41 Student Council li
Varsity Basketball 4:
Varsity Baseball 3,45 Band
'l,2,3i Athletic Carnival 2,4
Care has no place in my
ss Play 41 Track 2,3,4p
rsity Club 3,41 Varsity
seball I1 Varsity Foot-
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"l've seen school now
Student Council 1,31
Assembly Committee 21
Class President 'I1 Varsity
Football 2,3,41 Varsity
Club 2,3,41 Track 21 Varsity
Club President 41 Athletic
Carnival 2,41 Football most
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G. A. A. 'l,2,31 Glee Club
'l,2,3,4, Student Council 4,
Library 4i Picture Committee
'I dislike noise unless I
make it myself
G. A. A. 123 4' Stu ent
Play Director 41 Class
Play 31 Assembly Committee
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1, Library 3,4 ,M ig 52
Lady Godiva would not
appreciate the horse as
much as 'Simp' would
Class Vice President 11
Class Treasurer 31 Student
Council 3,41 G.A.A. l,2,3,41
Glee Club 'I,2,3,41 Band
Drum Maior 3,41 Office 2
Athletic Carnival 21 Class
"These teachers don't I
G.A.A. l,2,3,41 Glee Club l
"School spoils my whole
Varsity Football 45 Varsity
Club 45 Assembly Com-
Papa don t preach to me
'The lady for whom the
c.A.A. I,2p olee club 1,2,
3,45 Band 1,25 Athletic
DICK VAN DUSEN
'Be careful I might do
Class Play 3,45 Varsity
Club 45 Varsity Football 41
Varsity Track 3
"She appears to be quiet---
G. A. A. 'Ii Athletic
'Nothing is more valuable
to a man than his courtesy."
Band Concert 'I,2,3,4, Band
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" 'The happy go-luxury type."
G.A.A. 'I,2,3,4i Band 'l,2,3,
4, Band Concert 'l,2,3,4i
Athletic Carnival 2,47 Play
Committee 3,47 Play Student
Director 3: Office 2: Glee
'She thinks twice, and
G.A.A. l,2: Glee Club l,2,
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Play 3,45 Student Council
4: Yearbook Staff 45 Play
Committee 31 Band Concert
'It is better to be small
and shine, than to be
large and cast a shadow."
Class Play 4, Band 'l,2,3,4:
Band Concert 'l,2,3,4i Play
Committee 45 Student
Council 4: Athletic Carnival
2,45 Varsity Baseball 4:
Prom Committee 3
Band 2,3,4, Band Concert
2,3,4i Play Committee 3
Silent, small and studlous
'Her hair has June's own
G. A. A. 'I,2,3,4, G.A.A.
President 4, Library 2,35
Class Play 3,4
Tron slerred from Ri ver
'She would get around
wherever she went."
Cl os s Col or s-----
-Blue and White
Class Motto -------
'With the ropes ofthe past we
will ring the bells ofthe
We, the class of 1954, of Flat Rock High School, County of Wayne, State of Michigan, being sound lnmind
body do hereby will our most treasured possessions to the class of 1955.
I, Leo Angelos, do will and bequeath my basket-ball fouls to George Collins.
I, Joe Artley, do will and bequeath my pool table to Don Proud and my Adam's Apple to Pat Johnson.
Margaret Bain, do will and bequeath my old clothes to Barbara Stillwagon and Sandy Beer.
Oscar Beckner, do will and bequeath my attraction to girls to David Nelson.
I Judy Beer, do will and bequeath my stupendous, tremendous, and gigantic vocabulary to Joanna Grosso
and Richard Bielec.
I, Janet Behm, do will and bequeath some of Jerry Pichan's biceps to James Briese.
I, Pat Bick, do will and bequeath my baggy shorts to Nancy Lobdell.
, Kay Bloomfield, do will and bequeath my love for bookkeeping to Sue Parker.
We, Betty and Barbara Briese, do will and bequeath our gift of gab and gossip to Anna Mae Gilstorf.
I, Margie Brillowsky, do will and bequeath the mole on my chin to Donna Hoeft.
Janet Britz, do will and bequeath my old braces to-Pat Van Pelt.
Nelson Brown, do will and bequeath my broken reeds to Douglas Phillips.
Virginia Cerny, do will and bequeath my constant complaining and discontent to Maxine Morrison.
Norma Comfort, do will and bequeath my physics grades back to Mr. Gillooly.
Robin Cooke, do will and bequeath my firm conviction that I'm always right to Don East and Don Mathew
Carolyn Crooks, do will and bequeath my job as Student Council Secretary to Lenida Holtz.
, Merle Death, do will and bequeath my little "4l' Ford to Nelda Mallard so she can whiz around third and
sixth hour study halls.
Glenna Dutton, do will and bequeath a few hairs of my eye brows to Sarah Dorris.
Tom Griswold, do will and bequeath my sinus to Andy Gricol.
Carol Jenkins, do will and bequeath my high I.Q. rating to Bernard Hughey and Roy Humphrey.
Bill Karoly, do will and bequeath my muffler to Art Terris.
Margaret Kenosian, do will and bequeath my natural curly hair to Ellamae Watson.
Bill Kurtzhals, do will and bequeath my bow-legs to Norma Thimmes.
Jane Martin, do will and bequeath my sore throats to Janice McMann in hopes that it will keep her quiet.
Betty Monske, do will and bequeath my ability in all sports to Phyllis Knope.
Dick Morris, do will and bequeath my shining self to all the Junior girls.
Jo Ann Neifert, do will and bequeath my shorthand grades to Carolyn Swartzbaugh.
Jerry Norrix, do will and bequeath my levi's to Sam Pappas.
Gordon Parker, do will and bequeath my chemistry ability to Mary Mayette.
Jerry Pichan, do will and bequeath Janet Behm's ability to pass notes in economics class to Lynn Burge
Joyce Renaud, do will and bequeath my great pep and vitality for school work to Joan Delmore.
Howard Rowe, do will and bequeath my even temper to Kay Cole.
Sally Sarver, do will and bequeath my ability to talk, talk, and still talk to Joyce Behm,
Alice Schoen, do will and bequeath my soft feminine voice to Al Gardner.
Donna Simpson, do will and bequeath my cinch belts to Marge Hargis.
Frazer, do will and bequeath my wide awake manner in economics class to Bob Montry.
Phyllis Swan, do will and bequeath my attendance record to Jim Hyatt.
J eannene Tennier, do will and bequeath my old history books to Roberta Spoehr.
Dick Van Dusen, do will and bequeath the corner stone of the Flat Rock Bank to Ed McKesson.
Helen Vaughen, do will and bequeath free passes to the show to Al Lewis and Nancy Wright.
Robert Vaughen, do will and bequeath my bubbling personality to Tom Burgoon.
Carole Wagar, do will and bequeath my sun tan lamp to Sharon Barns.
Barbara Washburn. do will and bequeath my fur earings to Beth MacLough1in, so she can keep her ears
I, Louis Watson, do will and bequeath the rims of my glasses to Fred Gladding and Daryl Ritchie.
l Don Whlsler, do will and bequeath my slim physique to Bob Knott and Dan Burdick.
Lois Williams, do will and bequeath my southern drawl to Mary Wenzel.
Ethel Yielding, do will and bequeath my ability to get my way by fair means or foul to Nancy McFarlen.
Grace Younglove, do will and bequeath my flirtatious manner to Agnes Lafler.
This instrument was on the day of the date thereof, signed, published, and declared by the said testor, the
Senior Class, to be their last will and testament in the presence of the said witnesses who at our request haven
subscribed their names herein.
by Margaret Kenosian, Testor
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Very soon now the Class of June, 1954, will be leaving Flat Rock High School. Three things
we will carry away with us: our diplomas, a symbol of education, memories of the past four
years, and the thoughts of what is before us.
It was a warm September morning, when we left home in high spirits, eager to launch forth
upon our high school career. Our enthusiasm vanished as we approached the bleak door, and were
frightened freshmen. When we finally got to our home room and a little more accustomed to our
surroundings, we again became the same old smart alecks.
This was the first time so many schools had been fully represented at Flat Rock. This was a
great opportunity for students to meet new and interesting friends from Flat Rock, Hand, Maple
Grove, and Carson Schools. In all ninety-two students started at Flat Rock in the ninth grade, but
with all the toil, hardships, and homework only forty-nine students have survived the last four
years leading to graduation. Sixteen young-brave students have been in Flat Rock for a total of
To get the boys and girls better acquainted with each other, we held our first Freshman Dance.
The kids were a little bashful at first, but all ended as a gala affair. We elected .Terry Pichan as
our president to lead us through the first year. Towards the end of the year we went on our first
big trip. Our biology class took a trip to the Toledo Zoo, on a chartered bus, accompanied by
Mr. Marvin Mittlestat.
One short year later much to our amazement we were Sophomores. At last the boys and girls
had classes with each other. Boy! What a change. We elected Bill Kurtzhals as president. This
year a small portion of the history class went on a trip to Greenfield Village. Many of the kids
furthered their interest in school by participating in band, glee club, Varsity Club, G.A.A., and
After a short vacation we became Juniors. Quite a big year was ahead of us. Committees
were chosen to take care of most of the important duties. Gordon Parker was elected as pres-
We received our rings from Josten and all the Juniors were walking around with outstretched
hands. After much discussion and consideration we selected our play, 'Spring Green,' directed
by Mr. John Barnes. It was given on May 7th and 8th. Toward the end of the year we got to-
gether with the Seniors and gave our big dance of the season, the Junior-Senior Prom, called
'La Cabret". In June we gave the Seniors a very nice banquet and we escorted them during Bac-
calaureate and Commencement.
We finally became Seniors. The big year was here. Everyone seemed in a rush. Leo Angelos
was elected as president to lead us through our last hectic year. Class pictures were taken, di-
plomas and graduation announcements picked. Our last big play was put on, 'Home Sweet Hom-
icide," directed by Mr. Thomas Jones. It was given on December 2nd and 3rd, To help us under-
stand the system of courts, Mr. Henry J. Van Wyhe took us to Detroit to visit the courts.
To increase the portion of the small pile of coins in our treasury, we sold Christmas wreaths,
had bake sales, paper drives, sponsored dances, and had concessions, and sponsored various
other projects. But to get the kids together for these projects was practically impossible, but
all came out okay.
At the present we still have many things to look forward to, Junior-Senior Prom, Fad Day,
Teach Day, Skip Day, our Senior Trip to Washington, D.C., the Junior-Senior Banquet.
And then we will reach the goal for which we have striven for four years--graduation. May
our future days be as happy as the days we have spent at good old Flat Rock High.
Ye Old Historian
C ass Prop ecy
The senior class of '54 had graduated on June 17th, and now ten years later, we were all to meet at
Flat Rock for our first reunion.
As I walked down the main street on my way to the high school, I couldn't keep from noticing the changes
that had taken place in Flat Rock in the last ten years. The town had grown so that one would hardly recog-
I had a little time before the reunion was to start so I decided to look around and see if I could recall
any familiar names or places.
The first building that I came across was a large department store. The sign over the door read
Briese's Dept. Store, owned and operated by Betty and Barbara Briese. On a smaller sign to the right of
the door was a list of the sales personnel, the names of Jane Martin, Kay Bloomfield, and Betty Monske
being among them.
Across the street from the department store was the Gerald Pichan Sports Stadium, named after the
famous Flat Rock athlete. There was to be a special program tonight. The world famous Brownstown
Globe-Trotters, managed by Robin Cooke and Dick Van Dusen, were to play an exhibition game. The team
consisted of such famous basketball players as Donna Simpson, Margaret Bain, Lois Lee Williams, Virginia
Cerny, and Alice Schoen.
A little farther down the street I came upon the Flat Rock radio station, station F.R.H.S. In front of the
door was a large poster advertising one of their radio programs "John's Other Brother-in-Law,' star-
ring that famous radio personality Glenna Dutton. The program was co-sponsored by the Acme Sweater
Company, owned by Margaret Brillowsky and Carole Wagar, and Watson's Shoe Center owned by Louis
On the corner of the next block was a newspaper stand, and as I stopped to buy a copy of the local paper
I realized how much Flat Rock had grown, for what used to be a small weekly paper was now a daily paper
with a circulation of over five thousand copies. On the newspaper staff were some very familiar names:
Joanne Neifert, editor-in-chief, Robert Vaughen and Pat Bick, co-editorsg and Barbara Washburn, art
editor. Besides these, the paper also had such famous columnists as Grace Younglove, with her advice to
the love-lorng Judy Beer, the famous dramatic critic, and articles by such famous reporters as Ethel
Yielding and Tom Griswold.
The front page of the paper carried a story about Joyce Renaud, the world famous explorer, and her
recent trip to darkest Africa where she had been searching for the Zsa-Zsa head hunters. On the next
page was an ad from the Flat Rock Super Service Station owned and operated by Jerry Norrix, Bill Karoly,
and Don Whisler.
The next building that I came upon was a large office building, which I might add had been built by the
Nelson Brown Construction Company. In the building were the offices of several of my former classmates:
Norma Comfort, the world famous brain surgeon and her assistants Phyllis Swan and Helen Vaughen, and
Leo Angleos, the great criminal lawyer had their offices on the first floor.
On the next floor was the office of the Easy Sleep Mattress Company, Fraser Simpson president, and the
K. and M. Dancing School, managed by Bill Kurtzals and Dick Morris. This is a very famous school for
among its graduates are such famous celebrities as Carol Jenkins, Jeanene Tennier, and Carolyn Crooks.
On the third floor is the office of Sally Sarver and Janet Behm song writers extra-ordinary whose latest
song hit 'Men, Men, Men' is sweeping the country.
Also in this building are the offices of those world famous detectives Howard Rowe and Joe Artley. I
hear that they're trying to track down that famous international gambler Oscar Beckner.
Well here is the school and there just ahead of me are Margaret Kenosian and Janet Britz, who the last
Iknew were teaching in Detroit. I guess I'd better hurry if I don't want to be late and miss seeing all my
fellow graduates again.
By Gordon Parker
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JUN I OPS
First Row: Nelda Mallard, Lenida Holtz, Sandra
Beer, Joyce Behm, Mary Mayette, Sue Parker,
Nancy McFarlen, Donna Hoeff, Sarah Doris,
and Barbara Stillwagon.
Second Row: Robert Knott, Patricia Johnson,
Lynn Burger, Nancy Lobdell, Phyllis Knope,
Mariorie Hargis, Maxine Morrison, Nancy
Wright, Kay Cole, Norma Thimmes, Anna Mae
Gilstorf, Agnes Lafler, Mary Wenzel, and
Third Row: Patricia Van Pelt, Joann Delmore,
Ella Mae Watson, Tom Burgoon Donald Mathews
Fred Gladding, Carolyn Swarfzbough, Roberta
Spoehr, Sharon Barnes, Joanna Grosso,
Fourth Row: James Hyatt, Richard Belick,
Douglas Phillips, Donald East, AI Louis, David
Nelson, Donald Proud, Sam Pappas, Dan Bur-
dick, Robert Montry, Ray Hmphrey, and Andrew
First Row: Lincoln Ward, Jim Hounshell, Karl Miller,
Dave Watson, John Moore, Gene Schoen, Lonnie
Stevens, Bill Miles, Rodney Wenzel, Ray Konarske,
Second Row: AI Hamilton, Margaret Humphrey, Alice
Bartel, Phyllis Cerny, Patricia Dobbins, Jean
Litwinski, Janice Whisler, Pat Reeves, Adeline
Rhodes, Eldanna Horvat, Pat Rushlow
Third Row: Terry Cooke, Judy Griswold, Faye
Timmons, Dorothy Wampler, Theresa Wroblewski,
Patricia Duffett, Nadine Holloway, Anne Kenosian,
Mary Ann McGlathery, Patricia Jones, Gloria Burgess,
Henry Diekman, Jim Ausum
Fourth Row: Loraine Greenwalt, Thelma Lawless,
Delores Severson, Mary Lou Thimmes, Gayle Campbell,
Mary Ellen Bodary, Sharon Van Riper, Janet Tochalauski
Nancy Forrest, Karen Artley, Sharon Messinger, Joyce
Montry, Jim Boiack
Fifth Row: Fritz Hill, Ron Dunne, Larry Berry,
Marlene Brehmer, Connie Kreger, Shirley Crooks,
Joyce Larkins, Esther Vaughen, Fred Chamberlin,
Marvin Martin, Lloyd Ycncy, James Knope, Robert
Sixth Row: Tom Korleski, James Svaib, Dan Schwartz,
Ed Taylor, Richard McMahon, Roy Doty, Ed McNeil,
Douglas Boiack, Gerald Leppek, Bob Mann, Bernard
Schaller, Earl Roberts, Richard Dluski
Flfsf Row: LO'-1559 Ford, Karen Holflf M0"9le Haliburda, Nancy Delmore, Jackie Herzfield, Barbara
Swann, Liz Konarske, Kitty Rowe, Gloris Moore and Maryann Kormos. Second Row. Brenda K d
MUfilYn 30991 -loan l.-anas. Marv Leppek, Donna Thompson, Barbara Stults, Lindo cfampbeu Btilziqyiwanzbou h
Peggy Griffin, Maxine Bone and Carol Wilson Third Row: Martha Vos, Elaine Gentis Donnla North C0f0lYf' 9
Lakmosl M'-"'llYn C'-'fmfofff Donna Spoehr, June Torok, Dorothy Wisler,
Nita Townsend and Dorris Lient. Fourth Row: Kathy Simpson, Donna
Dishon, Deanna Moore, Betty Musser, Mary Tackett, Patricia Welle,
Sandie Murphy, Carole Lowe, Barbara Boyd, Helen Carroll'
and Janice Van Whye.
First Row: Robert Cox, Robert Smith, David Bargowski, George Swaib, Cletus Hood,
Archie Self, Don Cerny, Charles Gallagher, Harlan Robinson, John Hyatt.
Second Row: Charles Fater, Thomas Fox, Joe Yielding, Tony Rea, Byron Good Delano
Bock, Vans Sullivan, Lee Boggot, Steve McKesson, David Eagle.
Third Row: Rudy Wenzel, Mark Wenzel, Gerald Wenzel, Marvin Severson, Gary Katz, Joe
Ball, Lyle Vogler, James Stephen, Charles Butt, Robert LaBlanc, Jerry Simpson.
Fourth Row: Eugene Machcinski, James Matthews, Gary Dorsh, Robert Farmer, Dennis
Lincoln, Lonnie Bain, Herbert Gabehart, James Brammer, Bruce Jones.
Fifth Row: Tom Hogberg, Glenn Dutton, Dave Schafer, Bill Chamberlin, Sam Butler, Dean
Burdick, William Parker.
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Jeannette Julian Van Rip
M. S. N. C. and U. of M.
A. B. and M. A. Degrees
Fourth Grade and Elemen
The Gertrude C. Reading School is proud to have a part in the
Rambler, published by students, many of whom have received
their elementary training within it's walls. ln keeping with pro-
gressive education it's curriculum and extra curricular program
have been enriched to meet the pupils ever-increasing needs for
present-day living. lt is to be commended for it's staff of well-
trained teachers. It is the aim of the Reading School to serve
the community always, by giving it's boys and girls training
necessary for a solid foundation so they may continue their
education and thereby enable them to develop into enlightened,
competent citizens. To anticipate the educational needs of their
growing community the citizens, through their Board of Educa-
tion have provided for a second elementary school, the John M.
Barnes, named in honor of their Superintendent. The faculty,
pupils, and principal of the Gertrude C. Reading School extend
to the staff of the Rambler sincere wishes for success.
GRADE SCHOOL TEACHERS
First Row: Marian Willis--Sixth Grade, Louise Jones--First Grade, Lou Ella Simpson--
Second Grade, Sophia Taylor-- Fifth Grade Ann Roudi--Sixth Grade.
Back Row: Ellen McClean-- Fifth Grade: Nelle Gormley--Second Grade: Christine Riesy--
First Grade: Mildred Burgess-Third Grade
Fifth 8 Sixth Grades
Third 8. Fourth Grades
First 8 Second Grades
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First Row: Gloria Moore, Barbara Swann, Janet Behm, Sharon Messinger, Nancy McFarlen,
Donna Hoeff, Glenna Dutton, Nancy Delmore, and Barbara Sfillwagon.
Second Row: Janice Whisler, Sandy Murphy, Janice Van Wyhe, Donna Spoehr, Marilyn Com-
fort, Nancy Lobdell, Sandra Beer, Joyce Behm.
Third Row: Phyllis Knope, Donna Simpson, Anne Kenosian, Dan Burdick, Al Gardner, Jim
Hounshell, Carol Jenkins, Carolyn Crooks, and Mary Mayeffe.
Gordon Parker---STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT
First Row: Emily Hannan, Danny Bodary,
Nancy Delmore, Louis Watson, Mary Mayette,
Barbara Washburn, Margaret Kenosian, Alice Schoen
Dolores Hqlaburaa, and Jerry cabbens. '
Second Row: Mr. Van Wyhe Sponsor, Phyllis Knope
Carolyn Crooks, Bobby Stevens, DonnoSimpson,
Pat Bick, Marlene Brehmer, Norma Thimmes
and Donna Spoehr.
Third Row: Don Proud, Sam Pappas, Leo Angelos,
Don Mathews, Larry Berry, HerbGabehart
Butch Collins, and Gorden Parker-
Margaret Kenosian---ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE PRESIDENT
First Row' Timmy Good, Margaret Brillowsky,
Betty Monske, Margaret Kenosian, Mr. Mat-
thew Mittlestat-Sponsor, Glenna Dutton,
Barbara Kamin, Sally Simpson, and Johnny
Back Row: Bobby Bennett, Janet Britz, Donna
Spoehr, Tom Korleski, Don Mathews, Tom
Burgoon, Bill Kurtzhals, Anne Kenosian,
Norma Thimmes Nancy McFarlen and Dot
Louise Weddle-Secretary, Nancy Lobdell, Joann
Delmore, Janice McMann, Sandra Beer, Pat
Johnson, Pat Bick, and Betty Monske.
First Row: Miss Lea Librarian, Mary Ann Mc-
Lathery, Agnes Lafler, JoAnn Neifert, Thelma
Lawless, and Joanna Grosso.
Second Row: Merle Death, Pat Dobbins, Joyce
Montry, Lorraine Greenawalt, Dorothy Wampler,
Lynn Burger, Nancy Forest, Margie Brillowsky,
Sarah Dorris, Alice Schoen, Margaret Humphrey
and Jeanene Tennier.
Flrst Row Mr Roudn onsor, Hugh Town
send Bruce Jones, Cletus Hood,
Joan Longs and Joan Bobcean
Second Row Linda Cook Sue Langs and
Fnrst Row Mary Mayette Robert LeBlanc
Nelson Brown Duck Van Dusen Bob Vaughen
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Second Row Mr Janeznch Sponsor Carolyn Swarfzbaugh
Conme Kreger Bob Burns and Mr Glllooly Sponsor
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First Row: Alice Schoen, Kathleen Rowe, Sarah
Dorris, Gloria Burgess, Donna Thompson,
Janice Whisler, Elain Gentis, Barbara Stults,
Jean Litwinski, Glenna Dutton, Pat Jones,
and Karen Holtz.
Second Row: Sharon Messinger, Pat Duflett,
Norma Thimmes, Kay Cole, Margaret Kenosian,
Barbara Washburn, Phyllis Swan, Dorothy
Whisler, Joan Langs, Mary Lou Leppek,
Martha Vos, Sue Parker, Lenida Holtz, and
Third Row: Carole Wagar, Mary Ellen Bodary,
Donna Dishon, Sharon Barnes, Roberta
Spoehr, Ella Mae Watson, Maxine Morrison,
Janice McManr1, Pat Van Pelt, Marilyn Com-
fort, Sandy Murphy, Margaret Brillowsky.
Fourth Row: Pot Reeves, Peggy McFarlen,
Barbara Boyd, Donna Simpson, Carol Jenkins,
Anne Kenosian, Deanna Moore, Kathryn
Simpson, Mary Ann McGlathery, and Sharon
First Row: Byron Good
AI Hamilton, Don
Proud, Robing Cooke,
Bill Karoly, Jerry
Norrix, Nelson Brown,
Sam Pappas, Fraser
Simpson, and Bill
Second Row: Daryl
Ritchie, Bob Knott,
Larry Berry, Don
Matthews, Tom Burgoon,
Fred Gladding, Leo
Angelos, George Collins,
and Coach Mittlestat.
Third Row: Douglas
Bojack, Joe Artley,
Jerry Pichan, Gordon
Parker, Dick Van Dusen,
and Tom Korleski.
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Jerry Pichan, Joe
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Second Row: Joanne Delmore, Mary Ellen
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First Row: Esther Vaughen, Gayle Campbell, Donna Hoeft, Donna Spoehr, Betty Musser,
Janice Van Wyhe, June Fork Kathryn Simpson, Donna Dishon, Sandra Murphy,
Gloria Burgess, Norma Thimmes, and Mary Ellen Bodary.
Second Row: Nancy Wright, Janet Tochalawski, Sharon Barnes, Janice McMann, Maxine
Morrison, Marge Hargis, Delores Severson, Carolyn Labatos, Sharon Van
Third Row: Joyce Renaud, Agnes Lafler, Donna Simpson, Carol Jenkins, Joanne Neifert,
Virginia Cerny, Shirley Crooks, Joyce Larkins, Ellamae Watson, Pat Bick,
Carole Lowe, and Joanna Grosso.
Fourth Row: Janet Britz, Norna Comfort, Carol Wagar, Grace Younglove, Mary Tackett,
Carolyn Crooks, Betty Monske, Margaret Kenosian, Sally Sarver, and Marilyn Comfort.
First Row: Margaret Humphrey, Margie Halburda, Kitty Rowe, Karen Holtz, Jackie Harztfield,
Pat Jones, Judy Griswold, Elizabeth Konarske, Barbara Swan, Nancy Delmore, Louise Ford,
Gloria Moore, and Jeanene Tennier.
Second Row: Marilyn Comfort, Glenna Dutton, Barbara Stults, Donna Thompson, Linda Camp-
bell, Donna North, Pat Quick, Helen Carroll, Mary Lou Leppec, Barbara Swartzbough,
Elaine Gentes, Janet Behm, and Jean Litwinski.
Third Row: Pat Reeves, Phyllis Cerny, Pat Dobbins, Lorraine Greenawald, Joyce Montry,
Sharon Messinger, Janice Whisler, Lenids Holtz, Nancy Lobdell, Thelma Lawless, Dorothy
Wampler, Faye Timmes, Nita Townsend and Sue Parker.
Fourth Row: Nanc McFarlen Sarah Dorris, Nelda Mallard, Carol Collins, Mary Ann Mo
Glathery, Karen Artley, Marlene Brehmer, Connie Dreger, Ann Kenosian, Theresa Wrobles-
wski, Nancy Forest, Adeline Rhodes, Carol Lowe, Mary Mayette, Mary Wenzel and Sandra Beer.
G. A. A. OFFICERS
Nancy Delmore, Kathleen Rowe, Karen Artley, Grace
Younglove, Roberta Spoehr and Janet Britz.
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First Row: Gerald Simp son, Jim Ausum, James
Brammer, Eddie McKesson, Delano Bock, David
Schafer, Jim Boiack and Rudy Wenzel.
Second Row: Tom Korleski, Tom Hogberf, Eddie
McNeal, Lloyd Yancy, Marvin Martin, Ronald Dunne
Lonnie Bain and Coach Woicicki.
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15 free shots
99 total po I nts.
98 field goals
54 tree shots
He is next years' captain
First Row: Don
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Second Row: Herbet
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Berry, Fred Gladding, Ron Dunne, Robin Cooke, A
Bryon Good. All
Second Row: Coach Mittlestat, Bob Knott,
Don Matthews, Tom Burgaon, Alvin Gardner, I,-,X
First Row: Fred Chamber-
lain, Jim Hounshell, Ken
Harris, Glenn Dutton, Joe
Ball, Don Cerny, Bill Smith,
Gene Schoen, Ray Konarske
Second Row: Coach James
Martin, Rodney Wenzel,
Rudy Wenzel, Charles Fater,
Dick Oestrike, Dave Watson,
Lonnie Stevens, Jim Ausum
Third Row: Lee Baggot,
Herbert Gabehart, Gary
Dorsh, Bernard Shallar,
Fritz Hill, Lloyd Yancey.
The Ram baseball teams under the direction of Coach
Mittlestat have in the past thirteen years won 131 games,
losing 55, and tieing 3 for a .745 winning percentage.
They have taken the Huron League Championship 6 times
and have finished second twice. In addition to league
competition the Ram mound schedule regularly includes
games with class A and B high schools.
ROCK RAMS TRACK SCHEDULE 1954
Dundee 8- Lincoln
Saline 84 Milan
Airporf 8. Monroe C. C.
Chelsea 81 Ypsi Roosevelt
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Carol Jenkins ....... Joella
Judy Beer ..... ........... B efh
S ' Barbara Washburn . . Mrs. Clwerrington
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Norma Comfort . . . . Polly Walker
Dick VanDusen ........ . Mr. Cherrington
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Janet Britz . . . . . Din
Louie Watson . . Arcl'
Donna Simpson . . ...... Ap
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Jerry Norrix .
Robert Vaughen ............... Pet
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HIGH SCHOOL AT WORK
ELEMENTARY AT WORK
JoAnn Neifert---NEWSP APE R EDITOR
NE TPAPER smfr
Flat Rock High School has this year organized a news-
paper. This school has not had a paper since l937. All
the students have wanted the paper to start again, so on
February l5, 1954 a meeting was held for all students
who wished to work on a paper. At this first meeting we
elected officers, decided to have a contest to name the
paper, and decided when the first edition was to come
out. The contest was held for one week, and over eighty
names were submitted. The staff chose "Rockazette,"
after careful consideration. The papers first edition
was to come out on March 4th, The staff co-operated
nicely and worked hard to make the first edition a huge
At the present time we are using the Ditto machine to
print our paper. On Thursday morning the news room
is full of action. If you ever come in this room you will
probably see flying fingers typing the last page, people
counting papers and others scurrying in and out getting
supplies. As the clock approaches 'l'l:3O students get
staplers ready, line up the papers and begin clipping
them together. Deadline is 'l'l:45, so the whole staff
is very busy. As the lunch hour bell rings our sales-
men begin selling the paper. When the last few papers
are sold, the staff can relax again, but that is only for
a short time, because they must start again preparing
for the next edition. l
The newspaper staff hopes to purchase its own duplicat
ing machine. This machine which is very much needed
will help us make a bigger and better paper.
lf the students next year, and the year after that like
working on the paper as much as we did, we know that
Flat Rock's "Rockazette," will always be a success.
Jo Ann Neifert
First Row: Sharon Messinger, Margaret Bain, Carol Jenkins, Connie Kreger, Joanne
Neifert, Jerry Leppek, Grace Younglove, Janet Behm, Janice Whisler.
Second Row: Mr. Edwards, Nadine Holloway, Anne Kenosian, Theresa Wroblewski, Karen
Artly, Donna Simpson, Shirley Crooks, Roberta Spoehr, Virginia Cerny, Helen Vaughen,
Norma Comfort, Kay Bloomfield, Mary Mayette, Eldonna Horvath.
Third Row: Jerry Hickerson, Linda Forrest, Phyllis Cerny, Carole Wagar, Lonnie Bain,
Carolyn Crooks, Judy Reed, Jim Ausum, Jim Hounshell, David Wroblewski, Judy Von Riper.
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