Flushing High School - Perannos Yearbook (Flushing, MI)

 - Class of 1958

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Mr. Geese has been the assistant adviser since he began his tenure at Flushing in the Fall of 1954, and Mr. Decker has been helping us during our Senior year. They have seen us through class parties, the Sophomore Valen- tine Dance, the junior-Senior Prom at the Durant Hotel, concession stands at the athletic events, and magazine and Christmas card sales. It is difficult to evaluate their many contributions and demonstrate our appreciation, but we the Class of 1958 wish to say. . . .... . . . . . .THANK YOU! a - '2ZT:2't'I"' ' I ' - -- ' - , -, glgifij-' ' - :T:1:f:I:1:C ' ' ' 2 ' - " "7Qi2:2:2i,iE ' .Qif:21F:2:':i:':':' ' ' ' ' . ' - f Q 22523555212 IFIHESQFI' . I - -I .. .::f1f:,r?:iE:E:- - ,.7'3'5'5'3'7'7'f'3'i' 5- ' , 'Q .' gg3Eg555igg3,,:gg3:,Z3 -- ' ' ' ".,.3:g:5:3.,. . - f'2:E:f.Q.I.f i:f'1' H If : -' ' - ' - ' :.::3:::g:.. 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In View of their help we ' , ' , U 3 ' ff'-Igfglg' I" 'Z " 'I , . 2' , - ' would like to express our sincere appreciation. a s Marion Crouse " 'gl '61 'Q is Y , 1 L .-,kivv 1 il? , I A' 'ig-f 4 Av 5 ,,,, v. 'ef if J P5 .. , z a, in A 1.5 . , , t I c . 1 ,QRM ci, N Vg . :I , tn f ,4 -,s 1, K -, V . . ' .'L , ".. . xi v , - l -Y 3 - ,A ax fywig , Q' 4, yw,t i' Y x ,Zta 7 f ,fa ,Jw a EW M my ji' snag 4 A sf it 4, Q " f fi gg z 453. gr Q E i xy 7 f 1 Y K Superintendent tj Q ' 1 . A ,f V I QA, Q , I ' 5 J' f f V ..T 5 h 5 m 'Q ,. faq? , Flushmg Commumty Schools .3 M E , , lf " f R Wk, ., -'-- " . is E V I ,nnn ,Q ,N A I . In , .,fg7f.I I , " w a- .,.. Quang 1 ' W ff" ' 1 n x CI' nd Long Prin ' 3,1 High School Bertha Robbins Grade Co-ordinator Central Elementary ,,.,.-w"" . -..Q N. awww" ,,,,,,,,.,..-n--v-""" ...N MM gp-ml-v""""""""""""'-' , ,,...,,,.,,.....a..Q---..,,.t... ,,.t.... ,-.,e....,.,.. 'fi Q 7q, X"-WML, .QNJQ-... i . ts "---M x A Florence Rowe Grade Co-ordinator Elms Road Elementary Lucille Frawley Secretary Central Elementary Irene Waterous Secretary Elms Road Elementary 'X ag. J, x I Ze X arf . as W I 1 -., Q N M-nu 1 of L, Q 'VV' rw 'U ff-u 5 Alice Dyball Secretary Marjorie Sanborn Secretary Keith Allen Central Michigan Biology X gf b'.,,1 . , fhll 0 W B. S. A. General Science W Ronald Bigelow Western Michigan B. S . Michigan State College R Physical Education World History Athletic Director Basketball Coach Assistant Football Coach gg, Qu-......, Mavis Cross Central Michigan College Horne Economics William Dial Illinois Wesleyan University B. S . Music 'Wx My Q' Ralph Bennett Adrian B. S. Physical Education History 8 Gladys Bilow Cleary College K Michigan S e N al Comm al tif 'HD X Rodney Decker Central Michigan Business Training Bookkeeping Economic Geography Business Law Ollege Florence Eissinger Jamestown College B. A. French Social Science Glen Fox University of Michigan B. A. English Speech English Literature Robert Geese Toledo University B. S. Mathematics K Nav' ss A . H' if 1 Mary Ann Loode Rubin Feldstein Wisconsin State College B.S. Geography Civics Doris Moon Greenville College A,B. College of Illinois English 10 Librarian George Hackett Central Michigan BA . - M.A . Chemistry Physics General Science W estern Michigan A. B. Algebra 9 jack Mason Michigan State University B. S. - M. A. Agriculture Biology Paul Monson University of Michigan Northern Michigan College B. A. Field House 16 N., . 'S Douglas Nieuke ,uf-A vw- Q, Alma College .5 A 1 ' BA - ik x English 9 I E ,' -I ,,p-4' Q WNW' E W , ,R ii , 2 Af Charles H . S ell Mt. Union College Marshall College English 8 Physical Education 'Tv-K George H. Milne Western Michigan University B. S. American History American Government-- Economics Mary Moran Michigan State University Wayne University University of Detroit B. A . Math 7 G 8 james V. Pi61'Ce University of Michigan A. B. Math 9 Arithrnetic 7 Algebra 9 Alyce Simpson Hiram College Stout l!1StiI11te B. A . Graves School Vernon Tew Greenville College B. S . Geography 7 History Hygiene Alan E. Watterworth Alma College B. M. Vocal Music 5' Ihr " i K' i 'x ,X I S' r 1 w-ry" .- K A. I A 1 M , Z. l Webb Whitrner W. J. Smith Notre Dame University Shrivenham University Fordham University Western Michigan College Flint junior College University of Michigan B. S. - M. A. American History Latin janet Vanlier Central Michigan A B. S . American Literature English 8 -Q Gerald Way Michigan State University B. S . Industrial Arts University of Missouri University of Dayton Western Michigan College B, S. - M. A. Vocations Driver' s Education Counselor 7 u 4-Z Dusty Rhodes, George Klipa, King jones 42' LD EUULD MUST ..-ff" , A ..1N-vii.. ' gl ' fad. 3199 tl h Q , w4f+-113 gg- 4 W 3 s , 8 Wundliii v...,,'-M 6' PN .J fly v A V ,We 4 A IWW, K 4' jf , 4 V f 'lil ff u-U" Barbara Bowman Central Elementary Verna Calkins Caldwell lone Crafton Central Elementary Edith Crouse C entral Elementary Beverly Fitzgerald Elementary Music Theresa Florian Central Elementary Leona Gibbs Crunk Vera Gonser Central Elementary Evelyn Judd Central Elementary Signe Lake Warner B I ki .A , 4, Q me r r.'::: ' S V EFA ,',, A -n W . Buff ,vt , A i 1 ! 6 X i 7 WAHM ' f Q , 'W f g, vxfyb sf a t Nm ,aw f , 1. rt. - ffm a j ,. 4 .,,, b f, " , 9 , . k 1 f, ,Ez , I "V' 5 M ,,,,,, , I ' 'W jf , V K L., , Isabelle Hough Central Elementary Q 1 X5 'BJ ,.,. M, A in 1 ,, x Nh it V . , We ffs A f 4 ,, t f Q Qs f 4 'Uk 0 , Yale "hilt, - . - il :rk i 1 I X, ...wail f f X I fix ' X Y' In Qs L Ruth Kasson C aldw ell 'UQ ' Margaret Conroy Richards Hazel Copeland Central Elementary Clarence Eavy Elms Wilfred Eller Elms Marguerita I. Fox Central Elementary Gladys F ounfelter I-lopson l Marilyn Gruenberg Central Elementaryf Mildred Harry Central Elementary! Am Merhilnps ? Hop son r Josephine Martin l Caldwell I Q L K I 1 w w v june Moore Central Elementary Charlotte Murphy Warner Florence Rowe Elms Lois Ryan Elms Elementary Lillian Sell Central Elementary Doris Smith Elms Clinnie Thompson Central Elementary Delia Thompson Central Elementary Nellie Town James Graham Katheryn Walters Central Elementary ,J K. x 3. N , ., A , ,. V, I E" E V y Lillian Nass 41' . a'- . Maple IR ' A ffl f . f Marilyn Renshaw Warner ff " '. 1 ' 'L ' ' - A lrnl 'yylex' -V V f f, ,, - fr, f 1 Vera Saller Central Elementary lb Audrey Schubert Elem entary Art Fern Stevens Central Elementary 42 Rachel Sutton Warner Kay Thomsen C entral Elementary f,Q' , 4 .Zu Zdfgfzfi? ' If e . 4'4"Q5 j . I W W Elannah Thuemmel Central Elementary Helen Wheelock Central Elementary F ern W ilcox English Settlement Rowena E. Wruck Elms. i Board of Education llama, I 3 I il Y Left to right: jack Slagle, Ed Delehanty, Richard Luther, Floyd Smith, N es Owens. President S ecretary Treasurer Trustees The members of this board are well known and highly respected in the Flushing School District. Mr. Luther is employed by the General Motors Corporation as a supervisor in plant-management relations, Mr. Smith is the owner and manager of a grocery store, Smith's Super Market, on Flushing Road, Mr.Dele- hanty is the owner and manager of a Pontiac agency, the Delehanty Pontiac Co., Inc., Dr. Owens is an Osteopathic physician and surgeon, and Mr. Slagle is employed in the personnel division of the Chrysler Corporation. The Board of Education, a policy making body, meets the first Monday evening of every month at the Central Elementary office. In addition to these reg- ular meetings there are special meetings that are held as the need arises. The board has recently spent much time and ef- fort in securing information leading to the construc- Richard Luther Floyd Smith Ed Delehanty Niles Owens jack Slagle tion of a new senior high school. Approximately forty-three acres have been purchased just northeagt of the present athletic field as a site for this building. The members of the faculty were contacted and asked to submit plans for a room, including acces- sories, that they believe would reflect the thinking of contemporary 'experts' on what is required to in- sure maximum learning in today's accelerated Societal development. An architect, Kingscott and Associates of Kalamazoo, has been hired by the board to draw plans, in accordance with 9-lil' community's education- al desires, that will assure the parents of all students the continuation of a high standard of instruction. The board is consistently faced with difficult problems and we of the Flushing Community School District are grateful for their generous service in the betterment of our education. u-n...-nn---an-.-un-epe...-....,,,.,,..,, ....e.-1-:us-.un.e-se.. n.ns...na...,q..,,..-........ ......-......., -1 .. . .---ee..-.-..'-'..H -.e-.s-...,.,., 3 ff'l'f'I'l'f'1-52 -I-I-I September 28 A C This was the day! ! This was the day of our Senior HI Wash- I E3-1'1Y 111 the morning, we, the seniors of Fl'-lshmg Hlgh School, eagerly gathered at Mac's Standard Station to meet our customers. jack Braamse W9-S at the. head of our business, and he obtained all co-operation. The boys yvashed the Cars, while the girls charnoised them and cleaned and swept the in- side. At the end of a long, tedious, but frm-filled day a ma e happy memories along with we the seniors h d d - . 'ififillf money for our class treasury. j-Q-Q-Q-Q-j-1.g-jsj-Q-3.5-7.3...,...,.:.,.,.,.'...,.,..... .,.,.,.,.'.,...-.'.-.-...I ' I ' ' jflfj:f1:jIQ.:2jf:fjI:f:I:f:fg1:22jfjfzfzflfjljhlzfifj ' jf-Eff '-.,.f:Q.,., ..,Zf:f:Qgl:Q:f:Q.,. -.'.'.'.'. .'.'.'.-.'5.'.'.- ' -j.:-1 j.:.j.:4.:.:.j.l j.5.g.g.:.g.:. Z'f'I'I'f'Z'f- 'I-I-92-I -1-T-W I -...... ......... -...Q-...s-eu I ,:,:,: ' .-n----4-..... .Nev-.-..-.-.. --.a..s....... ..'.'.'........-....... .f oeieliei-'is' ' "' On October 16, we, the Seniors, went to Wildanger Field House for the annual Career Day. The field if house is located a.t Northern High School. There were experts in almost every field that any one of us would want to enter including science, 17. math, business courses, teaching, nursing, etc. to tell us more about the career we have chosen or help us decide on a career. We learned many new things about different careers and gathered pamphlets and papers about each one. By the time noon came, every one of us was tired of walking around and ready to govhome even ,though we did have a lot of fun. ... ...n.....-.-.........e-...e ....... ,....,. .. .....-...se...........,e-.1-...-...',,,.,.,,','..--.-s." .'.'.'.'n'.'.'-'.'.'.'.'s'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'-'.' ' '- 'Q' ' "'-" " A ' ' """"" " se-..v-...us-......s......'..',,...'..'..'.'.'.'.'.,'.','..','.'" - s....-.....-......--...s........-n...u..--......... -. -.s..e.ua....u ..,...... ,....,.................... . ....... .... ......--1.-....-......e.......-1...u...- january 4 A public dance was made open to everyone in the commtulity by the seniors. It was held in the gym at Flushing High School from 8: 30 to 11:30 p.m. It WSS ,.....,....,.................. .... ....... ..n....ne.-.nn-n-.u..a...nu.-.sn...su... .......-.....-.-.....e.....-.-see.....-.eq-. .. ...--- .--sa.-.en---Q -s-e.--.ep-. -. ...............-en-...nu.-up..-ee-... ..............................u...uu. A - - -- a success with people attending from a great radius ,- around Flushing. Brahm Ward provided pleasurable -. nz... s - s D. ... -- -' music with his orchestra, with which we, the seniors, .. . s.. ..- . . .. were pleased. -.-..-..........o.- .-.-.--............ .ef-.-un-.-as-.-..- ..........,... al 'UIQ' .-.- . . .... . ..,.....,. . . . . 1. . . . . May 28 Today was Senior Class Day with its hilarious gift awards and class will and prophecy. This Class Day was held in the high school gym and was a senior high 32 assembly. This meant that the 10th, llrh, and ns.lmel1QQ the seniors attended. Everyone gOt a big bang" out of our class statistics, which is rather funny! ! This is the step before actual graduation. s .... This Sunday we began our busy late May, early june season. We left the high school at 12:00 noon and started our exciting and conversation-filled ride to Detroit, where we were to board the boat. We reached Detroit about 2:00 p.m. and browsed around until 3:30 p.m., at which time we went aboa,rd the "S. S. South American". Accomodations were made so there were three gi.rls sharing a room and two boys .-.2:f:7:3:?i:2pf:5:2: g.3:f:Q:3gg., : -'-I-.-.'.'I'Z-2-Z-1-Z'I-1-f-Z- ' .. l:--,z-:-1:-:ef-:-1-:.:-:-:--- -- - -3 . -- ' june 4 -- 4 e 'I s . '. s f 1' 'Q '- s 'I e I. Well, here we are at the end of our school life and its life-learning journey. WC, the Sfaduating class of 1958, will miss dear old Flushing and her secret-filled walls. She has taught us much more than learning from books. She has taught us how UO love life and its meaning. YES, it 112-S COYHE tv 0111' final step-graduating. We are happy, yet Sad- OUT graduating class consists of a great number of young jg sharing a room. But-after 1:00 a.m., the arrange- , 1.3.1 ments were changed slightly. At this time there were 3 ,j.g. about 20 girls to each room, and this made for happy '2'glg times to be had by each and every girl. The boys - -.-1 were no exceptions. Their rooms were rather crowded Q -'-2-Q-1 with boys. There were many flash bulbs flashing to record the moments of this memorable trip. We re- Z', turned to Detroit after our four-day cruise about 1:00 p.m. We reluctantly stepped on our Flushing-bound buses to return to Flushing High and our thoughts of people all of them being fine citizens. We are the forth-coming events. Our trip proved exciting 1 iq.: '. '.j.:.j to be graduating from so fine a school as Flushing High School, and we only hope that we will always 3.56 fine enoughtohonorhernarrle- Ll.,,::.,.,:.,.,..:::..:.::..L::':::.'.:::.ul.::....:s.n--..p--..une-- " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '.'.' ' '.'n'n'.'.'.'o'.'.'.'n'a'.'-' ' ,-,-,-.-,-.-,-.-.-.'. .-.:,-. . .'.:. . . .. . and, more aptly put, "a riot". Our last real get-to- -.-.- gether was this trip, and we enjoyed every wonderful minute of it! ! .. ... ......... ............e...-.........,...,,,,,,,, n----ae..-Q...-e..........-- ..e e. ......... --I-.-..-I-'.'.'.-...-.-u...-e...pe.'-'..-.'.-.'...a...,,.'.'..n.-e-e. ,....,..,.,....e ..--...n....e-.. X X. wh as y J mf xx x I V x' ,I X U -J I , W-5 ,P F ev. T17 9 .VFX xy x , x Honor tu dents Eleanor Bailey Valedictorian DAR Representative Honor Students Muriel Hunter Barbara McCarthy Michael Damm Bonnie Raymond Jon Braamse Doris jones Mabel jones Mary Ann Bader Barbara Ballman l 2 1 5 . at , '12 W , gm, , M , T-:rf I , 4 ' E A A, V, V f4',i,,l1 I , Q ' I 'i W , v ff .th Qs ' 1 'T 'D if ,ff .1-as-9 xi' iq! 'f I Left to right: Bonnie Raymond, Jack Braamse, Terry Thompson, janet Blumerick, Mr. Way, Mr. Decker, MI. Geese. President . . . Vice President Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . Student Council Larry Alexander "Hear Much, speak little." Glee Club 1 , jack Braamse Terry Thompson Bonnie Raymond . Muriel Hunter . Doris jones , Sam Feke Class Colors Mint Green and White C lass Flow er White Rose Class Motto Take the world as you find it, but leave it better Carol Alger "I live on the Sonny side o the street." Glee Club 2,3 F. H.A. 3,4 Bill Angus "When you graduate, you will find a little thing called 'peace of mind' ." Mary Ann Bader "Mary Ann is like an "X"5 it's hard to find her equal." Barbara Ballman folks has X , 'X ' 1 I 1, . . ' 245W "I'm a Jolly senior, 3 5 W, U H f f' + Leetonia High School 1,2,3 All School Play 4 Blazer Staff 4 'm M v ' a l SR' 197 aff UR in xl f 2 K V QM Wm x A 1 .xl I '- ,' 1, W, , J W ...K f , y I!! Q' 3 Gerald Bendis "Quietness is the of his character." Band 1,2,3,4 Baseball 1 Very BSS CDC C Q Joe Anthony "Every man has his develish moments." Band 1 2 3 4 339 f 1 z .x , E-.f ,mf , GQ Eleanor Bailey "It's a friendly heart that has friends galore." Band 1,2,3,4 Treasurer 4 Class Treasurer 3,4 Student Council Treasurer 4 Annual Staff Treasurer 4 Neil Ballman "As a student he's great , . with the girls he really rag CS Leetonia High School 1,2,3 Football 4 Basketballlxfl X Taxi 5 4 s I N 4 tv! 1' I 5 ff 1 y I L 'ff 1 5 4 L f l Lx' fi ,J 4' 3 A J john Bigelow "A guy to look up to." Track 1,2,3,4 Football 2 3 4 Roberta Billow "Her ability isn't 3,5 tiny as herself." Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Beta Chi Theta :Z,3,4 Secretary 4 Operetta 3 is aff- 5 exam fcfwfffs..L!s1 AJA!-Clffdflh 41,4 - D 5 ,rg 4,44 ag Gary Bloss 1 A "His height will be tligmeas- ure of his success." Football 1,2,3,4 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Class President 2 1 Band 1 5 ff? vi A jack Braamse 'Q' ij "Who is the greatest man - in the world, and why am I? ,X 'X Class President 3,4 1 ., ' ' Student Council 2 - Football 1,2,3,4 1' 1"- Baseball 2 3 7 ' S Li -V ll, Marianne Brushwiller "The best things come in small packages--with exceptions." Au School Play 3 f Operetta 3 Forensics 2,3,4 1 Beta Chi Theta 3,4 3,4 Glee Club 1,2,3 .rf l f Librarian 4 f A Annual Staff 4 , ' sf 4' 1 J A Mn: f 1 Y g N . . .A I . V I I I A rf h ,4 V- 4 , J .V -,- , I ,J I , 1 H j .4 john Black "Good boys love their sisters. I so good have grown, that I love others' sisters better than my own." F. F. A. 1,2,3,4, President 4, Treasurer 2 Ianet Blurnerich "Gentlemen prefer blondes." Clee Club 1,2,3,4 Annual Staff 3,4 Operetta 3,6 jf ,' Lj'Zi5L.1.1Jlfsfaf,4c - JJ! .f-,xi,,L3.l- e"p"Q"C'.' ,FG 'Q 4 'Publi' 5 F -I 4, 1' ,L " 'Al'i"fiF"'J Syl,-Y g,:,gQ,,,4i zak- 3' ,.,,9 , ,A ,J5jQgfl.,Y , ' ,. ,.f,-,Lila v V x ,Ing-f E, HL.. ,.,.f gs V '-41 'L DEB 1,131 'fi' fl "A" ac. N , .. M 4:3 f Mabel Brown "The first step to great- ness is to be honest." Tom Bump "I-Ie's nice as everyone knows because he's on his toes." Football 2,3,4 Basketball 1,2 Track 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,4 Glee Club 3 F.F.A. 1,2,3 All School Play 4 , Glee Club 1,4 Connie Campeau "A smile is the whisper of a laugh." Ludington High School 1 Librarian 3,4 Cheerleader 3,4 Sandy Cassidy M , "That bright face of N H541 yours looks like the title ' W page to a whole volume of mischief." Glee Club 1,2,3,4 Beta Chi Theta 2,3,4 Operetta 3 Blazer Staff 2,3 F. H. A. 2 L ,J J 1 All School Play 3 Q., xx' Softball 2 ,L If X Carol Church "I love the boys from A to Z, but Don is the boy for me." Softball 3 Paint 8 Patch 4 Judy Clark "She's a good friend to have around, always happy so we've found." 1 fy 'v F.H.A.1,2,3 l, Glee Club 4 .H .J-,uv I X XL, ,T IJ 2 ,-vgjkx ,A 2, r 'WDM A lujl L' If we I YJ n ffl Z Milford Casselman "Sober, but not serious, quiet but not idle." Football 1,2,3,4 Baseball 2 Track 2 f - , . 5, ,f I ,gi .',',,,m, L.. I ,mam 5-7 jr I 3.....,w... Virginia Childs "A Giggle, A Dash, a Shriek, a Crash." Beecher High School 1,2 Glee Club 3,4 Operetta 3 Eleanor Church "That twinkle in her eye may mean something." F.H.A. 1 A, Blazer Staff 4 ' Giee Club 4 P 1' ', ,M , lp' U-'Cf lf... A - 'gf if 5 , M fr lj Cn 'I F 9 EJ if Q5 fl , 'X MOV V L ,M V ,Q fluff V JV Jackie Combs "Good folks are scarce, take care of her." Glee Club 2,3,4 F.I-I.A. 2,4 Paint G, P-3.fICl'1 3,4 QU W f 4-A ,f Lf . gy! ww , Law" 0-'O 531,51 - My . My , J- iq, B w 'iv-N' ' -. lu new n My J .lf'xCrkb'f3r"n If Stanley Cook "As upright as an exclamation point." Basebnl 1,2,3,4 Gary Cuson "Man who talks least, knows most." Beecher High School 1,2 Football 2 wi, Basketball 2 Douglas Deneen P .A "A man who blushes is better 0 than one who turns pale." A, 'f F.F.A.1,2,3,4 Reporter 3,4 ' ,,f V 554. I R ' 1 g W , I ... L. Elaine Donaski "If silence is golden, I'll be a pauper all my life." Annual Staff 3,4 Class Treasurer 1 F.H.A. 2,4 ,s Kxnrx N my Y' Mx, le, jack Cowen "Tis the lilt in his cackle, and the twinkle in his eye, sure, and there's a bit of the devil in the guy," Football 2,3,4 Track 1 2 3 4 D39 Mike Damm "All great men die young, and I'm not feeling so well myse1f." Football 1,2,3,4 Baseball 1,2 Basketball 1,2 Track 3,4 Annual Staff 4 Vice-President 4 Class President 1 Band 1,2 Varsity Club 4 l-li-Y 2 Gerald Dick "No man can be wise on an empty stomach." Track 2,3,4 Kathy Elk "When joy and duty clash, let duty go to smash." Glee Club 2 Sam Feke "Cassanova has nothing on me!" Hi-Y 2 Track 3,4 Football 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1 Baseball 1,2,3 Band 1,2 Treasurer 1 Annual Staff 4 Student Council 4 Mary Goldsmith "Sort of quiet, kind of shy, but look at the mischief in he: eye." Glee Club 1 F. H.A. 2,3,4 Softball 2,3,4 Nancy Hale "She is always raising cane, and it isn't sugar." Joyce Hicks W , "She's great at twirlingg ' round and round she's whirling. Band 1,2,3,4 F.H.A . 2 S X 'SLP xx N 9 xi . . 5-5. Q - ,X , A s S f X Y .1 ,-,.f-NE.. - Donna be "She worries not, she hurries not, her cal un - disturbed." C-lee Clu 1, 4 Beta Chi ,4 Operetta F. . A I S Willi m Go a "Beware, I may yet do some- thing sensational." Hoover High School 1,2 Basketball 4 Football 4 Varsity Club 4 Sharon Hartley "I can't defend my country, but I could do with a man that does." Glee Club 1,2,3,4, F. H.. A.f3,4 1 A 'ui lj T T si ,fa P' 1 ,L sa 1 4 r FQ is n ala: Ai Q Aggll .4 1 we .A if , Monte Higgins "A shorter lad you've never seen, but this kid'S really on the beam." Washington High School 1,2 Band 3,4 Helen Hinterman "The beauty of woman is J in her hair." . li ,1 K ' Glee Club 1,2 A ' gy L W, ffl .J 1 , J D' ,gf 1 V' .' ,U Q P 1 f' Ci ft, fm 1' ,P I 1 V 'e' il ,pf 1 V1 Y , wg if 1 1 . 1 U 'Y I ,V W 1 Jr" jf 1 f A , ,M 1 1,1 K. , V Walter Huyck "I never trouble trouble until trouble troubles me." I Ottawa Hills High School 1 Track 2 Football 2 Doris jones "A girl that's really sweet, she makes a class comp1ete." Band 1,2,3,4 Student Council 4 Y-Teens 3 Annual Staff 4 Z5 ,, ' s Q 1? Z- i t af Janice Klawuhn "When it comes to playing tricks, Janice is the one who really clicks." Glee Club 3,4 Band 1,2 Operetta 3 Beta Chi Theta 3,4 Track 1,2 Annual Staff 4 ' 33655, .3513 fy, ' niggaz . as-fi Q' 1 'f ff Muriel Hunter "Full of pep, full of fun, friendly to everyone." Glee Club 1,2,3,4 Beta Chi Theta 1,2,3 President 4 Operetta 3 Annual Staff 2,3 Editor 4 Paint 8 Patch 1,2,3,4 President 3 Blazer 1,2 Class Vice-President 1 Class Treasurer 4 Librarian 2,3 Y-Teens 1 ,2 Carole Jacobi "What! ! No boys in Heaven? I'm happy here." F.H.A. president 4 N Pam: 2, Patch 1,2 ciee Club 1,2 Li rariap, 2,13 i ck' SSDJJ . f' BJ . Wa: f" ae , ,1 :J Pl 3... OA Q fhlfwlff U . if" gy 'YS 4 U 45,.,,.. 6 Qs Dale Kirk "Work fascinates me, I could look at it for hours." Ludington High School 1,2 Football 3,4 Bill Knieper "Quiet--till you know him." Football 1,2,3,4 Track 2,3,4 Marilyn Lee "Wherever she finds herself in life, she'll make a good adition." Glee Club 2,3,4 I Operetta 3 fu 2 .f f 2 . Everett Ludiker "A genial disposition brings it's owner many friends." Boy's Glee Club 4 1 1 I I 1 N W I Mary Gail McAfee "Mary's full of laughter free. She is liked by you and me." Glee Club 1,2 Blazer 4 F. H. A. 1 1 E Q Robert Miner I "On our Flushing High's E record he'd never mar. Bob, l we salute you-you're quite a i football star." i Football 1,2,3,4 i Basketball 1,2,3,4 Track 1,2,3,4 F.F.A. 1,2 'ATA Q'-X F li '-av" s ff' t Curtis Lewis "Quiet in appearance with motives unknown." I-'.F.A. 1,2 Joanne Malnar "Oceans of pep with a laugh on every wave." Glee Club 2,3,4 Operetta. 3 'gyb Blazer Staff 2 ' K, F.H.A. 2 'L Lf Y-Teens 3 had Annual staff 4 'Q fgji. m'1.vY'M.-Epi' Q J 'f-Sue gin s- UML 'X .UPU we - -rio - Barbara McCarthy il "Knowledge is the trea- sure but practice is the key to it." Glee Club 1,2 Annual Staff 4 Judy Navidonski "Silence is for wuts, I am only human,1' Emerson High Sc ol 1 Glee Club 2,3,2J Operetta 3 Lf V- ' C. ,KP ,Y . +43 Walter Parsons "He's on the alert when it comes to a skirt." Richard Peterson "A man with a manly chest on which any maiden might be proud to rest." Band 1,2 Football 1 Bob Pom "Mother's little boy and fatber's worry." Band 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 1 3-ill Ramoie sw "I am on the verge of a great K zareer, will somebody please , ' 7 img- Jush me off." vlcKinley High School 1 3asketball 2 " Zaseball 2,3,4 ,H N I, ,gs ?ootba114 'LV 7 ' I " 1 I fi 'I Vw .AA, A. as as ' . M ' X , M 1' . ,VI ef f ' A f' fri!!! -"I 7 N I V ' A L I, V H U, ,' Y! j ,X ' A4 I 1 A Q .K he Ronald Paschket 'Wanted! A serious thought." Baseball 2 Glee Club 3,4 Kay Plumb "She is small, but so is a stick of dynamite." Glee Club 1,2, president 3 Blazer 3 Class Secretary 1,2 Patricia Powell "Silence is golden." F. l-I. A. 2 Bonnie Raymond "I can resist anything but temptation." Glee Club 1,2,3, President 4 Y-Teens 3 Operetta 3 All School Play 3 Paint 8 Patch 4 Librarian 3 Blazer Staff 3,4 Annual Staff 3,4 Class Secretary 3,4 Beta Chi Theta 1,2,3,4 'ks Roy Rhoads very man is a volume if you know how to read him." Football 1,2 Baseball 1 Track 1 2 3 IIE Dick Sanborn "He isn't a chip off the old block, but the old block itself." Band 1,2,3,4 Track 3,4 .mn Gary Schiestel "I hate girls--they irri- tate meg I love to be irritated." Band 1,2,3,4 Football 1 Baseball 1 Delbert Shehorn "He didn't let school inter- fere with his s1eep." Glee Club 4 D.C. T., Florida 3 xii X s B ws I -A' Duane Roeske "I don't know where I'm going, but l'm on my way." Band 1,2 Basketball 1,2 Student Council 1,3 President 4 Beverly Sarka "To judge this maiden you must know her well." Softball 3 Glee Club 1 Q. Ron Schillman "Get behind me Satan, but don't push." Band 1,2 Basketball 1,2 Baseball 1 Sidney Sherman "A little devilment never hurt anybody." West Junior High School 1 Reese High School 2 Glee Club 4 Peggy Sholler D h . Ronald Skrceny uMy Uihemorl' 15 the thing I k-Aix , V "I didn't let books inter- f01'8et With-" i Q ' , A N E fere with my education." Blazer Staff 1,2 W , A"A Student Council 1,3 F-H-PM 1,2 .S 1 Basketball 1.23.4 Glee Club 2,3 qv :1"' V 'E gy 3 Q' . 1 1 3 A I' Kathy Smith A "She appears shy ' vhen you know herpsgllurjn :1ee cmb 1,5 ,QP I, .ibrarian 1 I-Teens 3 Jperetta 3 ' xll School W L , 5' 'aint 8 Pat 4 1 .ibrarian 4! flnlily Blazer Staff ' t, , xnnual Staff 3,41 1 Mary Ellen Springer "1 could be better if 1 welnd, if I but it's awful boresome being good." Glee Club 2,3 V F.H.A. 2,3,4 AA ' Track 2,3 3 Softball 2,3 fee 1? lladelyn Stewart "Generally 5-peaking, Madelyn as generally speakin ." ' tv Slee Club 1,2,3,4 ' Qibrarian 1 1 f Blazer Staff 3,4 ' A , lnnual Staff 3,4 X, ill School Play 3 ff' 'aint 8 Patch 4 . W 7-Teens 3 f L' ' Jperetta 3 Lb !K4bNvl?fB? 9' ' -+1 lxl as 'UBL fk Kay Sobey word 'silence . F. H. A. , "She is proof againssblbrghiv I ll F 1 ll '1 ll . '- ,Ji R, i P' ,- '. 1 24 'K' Cf 4 I A, s. it 'NL Glee Club 1,2,3,4, ,, H jj Secretary 2,3 V' 1. H Beta chi The r1,2l.z'g4,y Trea egrf3 Z, ,,.-yi UP? U5a'3'l 'X W P t ,l5atc1pi4 1 ,V " A L, 4 e vi U I ' 'Q' '7 W if N c' . . , , A 1 Stephens "Often hav 1bee96n-y for y s eec fbuinewier for myQl 'Glee Club 1, Tr Operetta 3 1 Pe' G Petei-1 2 ffl' K ' r - sf J , is ,N nfl 1 f Marianne Stuckey "You don't have to be preferred." Glee Club 1,3,4 Blazer Staff 3,4 , 1' ,, f S. 23,4 1 ., 1i!,,,,.,,-1 XZ? L.,L,,k., , J ,. L,-' if to be a blonde Annual Staff 1 ,2,3 Softball 1 Librarian 4 5 g-04' ' Aii.ffQ-,J Betty Tanner "Music is said to be the speech of angels." ' Glee Cliib i,2,3,4 iff , Beta Chi Theta 1,2,3,4 ' f B z3eriSQ.,ff4 ,V in "fl ff, ,w ' , i if T is f ,Q L j? J - 'S' L Terry Thompson "You can tell what kind of wheels are in his head by the spokes that come out of his mouth." Class Vice-President 3,4 james Tomalia "A nice guy, a swell ladg a better friend you've never had." Track 3 x 5 : ,, 'Lk R' iff' xr rw G 5 V ' X11 A . R v I W' T joan Walter "A smile, a gigg1e,a joke or two." Trenton jr. High School 1 Glee Club 4 F.H.A.g!H pw! W W' P Q T T T 422 Q fyiif I it , B? JU! yn", L a X ' QL., M' T .ff ir I Arthur Wheatley "My only books were women's looks, and folly's all they've taught me." Janice Williams "Hang sorrow--l.et's be merry." Blazer 4 6 Pam Winter "l may be little--but l'm Il John Adams School 1 Glee Club 2 Blazer Staff 4 1 I an 'T' -x .B A Shirley Wheeler "Busy as a bee, and sweet as honey." Emerson High School 1 Glee Club 2,3,4 Blazer Staff 2,3, Editor 4 Operetta 3 X 1 A, .lil X , L Muriel Wilson "Life is a jest and all things show it5 I thought so once, and now I know it." 5 '- Gle'e Club 1,2,3,4 " - Blazer Staff'4 2 Annual Staff,4f Operetta 3 3 ,ynvlf All School Play 3 ' '- f O 4 Lewis Wixon "No matter what the discussion be, I always find room to disagree." mga, W Q - .51 rl, V w r? 'Yr L61 ,rr fi ku, V I K X 2, A I b 4111 , X. , , f ij, daffg V315 f- R yi, . ,, W Af 4 . I ,H il f f , , A ,:-'Q '7 fr: f " N i Y Ki I . , A ?:?:153.:Tl ?,ii 9 at f 1 by 'Q' " 4 "K' fA-'h ' WWW Qzli "' fy, N rv G, e W A , .G Q ,, , ' , 4 -. .,,, fn, X -uw pl-gg, im' dwg 4, MW iff I L ig an M. q'n,w,.' 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' , -. igf ,Kr ' L, - , f " g't-'l'-:"f7i.Q'lt':'.f.g:-:-Lg-:y-1 .-55313.-. . si: d d m . . V f 51.QZj.1'2,E?irfEfE51 iii?" n - ' I i K. ll F . . .I 1 The junior Class participated in many events this E731 ' ' . , ' K' ' 7' ' " year. Since they were saving money for their senior a V -T-1 .. Z- ' ,, 1, r ' 'LI trip, most of the events were money-making. Differ- '1 ' -.. , X A " if ff .L- I ent juniors sold refreshments at all of the home . ! 1' " K , basketball and football games. On October 19, they My " lg r , 1' ' sponsored the Homecoming Dance with Sam Williams 21.1 . 7' ,f ' J " ' ,J as disc jockey. On December 14, they sponsored the , . ' A fl Winter Wonderland with Fred Garrett as disc jockey. ffl! ii 'jg , ':,l 3, :ig-'iii'-Yf'7'2I ' g ,, I-' ' - I Everyone had a good time. The junior Class put on 1571. 'Z. 72' Y ' . . an assembly program for the Senior High School on l7'f'7Z51-Iliff 'Z' Z- " Aff? Ag I f.'Z'7 - . February 6. It consisted of a few skits and a very 1.'LZ5Q'fZ Lx. It ..f!g'51.2:ij.:i . ' interesting play, "Cassanova junior". During basket- 'f3l5.'1t"'.-:3'.-3'-113.79-21'5.'f31:3f7t5:3t5:-.-. j 1 1 f f'-l'I '-'ji 2' '- - ball season the onsored a dance after the Fenton - w - s ' - ' --1, ' ','. . ,' . . .'.'.'.'.'.' 'Q . - . fu - - u 'ef ' ' , y Sp ,. I .5 -15.193 -1 I 'Z 3.51-I-Llljlzl L-'-'-"I 'gmgfgfjiz " ,Z ' game. To wind up the junior year, they put on the :':i 'Q ., Q.. Q ' , ., E' " Junior-Senior Prom. It was held at the UAW-CIO -fgfql. ' ' 151: '. . Hall on Van Slyke Rd. Dancing to the music of 1f'f'gZ L,.:'E'gZ:LEZ?1fL:.. .. 3.5 -' T iff.: ' Russ Barriman's Orchestra was a truly unforgettable 'A ' ' ' Welling- 3:f'7'3'7.QZ5.5 ','QZ5..Zglg!7 .L:3:l:g:-:f:f:5gQ:Q:3:g. , ,- -- - - , -- , :g:"- I:-:3:' :f:C:2-'- "':':':2:2:f::"-:-:f:3:-:j- ' :.,,.3Q:, .:, - . 1 .4 .--- JJ. Left to Right: Mrs. Bilow, Mr. Milne, Judy Niles, Anna Adams Daniel Adamson janet Adolf Ronald Balla Larry Barbera janet Bigelow Carolyn Boyer Carl Braamse Richard Burton cl jg: , 74 f 5 gf' X ..--. ,wwy , 1 1 4 0 Z . WJ: X ff 2 4 X 1 f I Q Q X ,X W7 x , President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Student Council , f' I if 'fl' sz V, 3' 1 w " if 7 4 wr r 5,2 4 f 56 , I -Q35 1 ?32t7.,..3 H55 -Y 'MA f, if l ff f I ,L , ' 2 j , if -- i Ni..-f'T'1,ff' -3, ' ' gt, f V271 f , 3 f A X 4 . Zi 4 , . NI W' -,L :aw ' iff" fwfw., - 1,4 Windell Scafe, Ann Blackford, Ann Blackford Bill Sobey Wendell Scafe Judy Niles Jack Ransom Larry Stecco if w1'. . ' fi ET X r New t' F ' 'T KX s fl 5, Q .t ' " - , 1 ff.. -' QA- A 1 ' - -, Q., c, , - fi 'iw' - L -.1 h5XQ"l", 7"5:q1j1?? i in V 'MRS l im-'.v 'fm'---"V ' I ' ' , f ' 'ff fZl4f'f5W - ,Si f ., X ' Q ,ff 'ff ' .. 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I72:1-fT:L'fi23YLTl'f.g5.-ZffiTiTfjlT-11fEf-?-f313TlT:2fTf.f7LT :ij Q.:-:1ff.1:7t1'ft'.':r5:l:ff':5tQ 3,if:Q:T Q , ' 1 - , ......--...T . . ...I -... .. I... ,I . -.......-. . ...- i. . . .-.:-'.. . -...fn .,'.:.:.f,. :.:.'.' ..'.:.' f I.. .. f... ,:. if 4 ' jf7:1l4j1'2fj.jf. l'fj.j j'QQ'Ij.Q jf3.'.j'1 j'lI'.'f:I 2:1-fjlif 251251.-""f jf I-I 'ffl-f'.1.Af'I'fi'-'-f-Q ff"-f-L-f :f : ' 'l'l:'jfjl:i'. A I 1 I if: j. L.fj':Iffl-Ij':Iffllzijf:l:,jLj1f:l:fj':Q-Q-'-If ffl-l:.jIfL Q-Llljlzl,.-lfjljl-.jlllflu.-fj..Lj.-lil ' - : ' - owing the 1957-1958 school the ninth grade S I ' 3 . i ' - had three parties and presented one assembly. NO- . . ".2:I:I'I1Z71:2fj7Zf1iji"" 1 . Cgljzilfh :Pi ZZIEL . vember 6 was their roller skating party to which the , ' ' jj ,' . . 'zljjlj' . I 4. : tenth graders were invited. The next party was on ' ' I ' - ' -- ' ' ' 'fl ' " '- . . . 5.1 january 18 and was in the school gym. On March ' I: g' . . . . 27 they took part in the assembly for the seventh, - .Z . I ' ZZ ' eighth, and ninth grades. The last party was on - - , - , , , ' . .. May 23 and was a picnic at the County Park. '-' ff -' '?f2IFifEL:f1 2' 3?- 3 -3 .: 5.5. 12252: gf:f1i.:..g. . ?f.-2:f:Q:E:Q:Qtf1F.- " '. .ff . . - .. .. .. ":': 3 .:"-Q 'f :2:Qi12:f ' - :25.'3:.::Q:5:T2:Qg3:.' f . ' V- - ' . , : ff' 0 ffiv 4 f ,Q- Q 4 , f WW ,Q WZ ,I f 5.1 , f Left to Right: Barbara Clark, Fred Billings, Mrs. Loode, Mr. Nietzke, Kay Hemingway, Mr. Mason, Marjorie Duff. Jerry Adams Richard Ahrns Joyce Armstrong Kenneth Bigelow Fred Billings Bonnie Black Robert Boza Carol Brall Beverly Bright Thomas Burnett Patricia Burton Lila Canehl Linda Childers Barbara Clark janet Clark President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Student Council Fred Billings Kay Hemingway Barbara Clark Marjorie Duff Sally Wyman john Zieba f , " if - .f ' W i ff ' M. va . -- is 'ff ,, + ff W f, - W, , Mn v Q7 Q he f .V V 4 4, z :-- 'ef . , s Q - , eww i ff f ' ' 74:2 iffafs . ,QAM X V t ws. 2 f' ,V 4 91? , 4... jjiigv ' ' ,' A L . X . 41, 2 gray - ' as ' if ' f W- aw , - 4-' :'i11ffw s N-V f "f f,,, , ' ,K ' 'P' S ,V 7' ff-5 X ifsdnn ' Z P i . ix ,pf V: , , f, I 44' gets?-' Jus . XS ,V i 3 - ' 4- ' 5 ., Y V f in far 1 . I ,S R A' I F ssl - 1 X gf: G '+ J '- Qs' -wg-5 ' i x E 'r My , I s , ' K S tt J , ,, 'i fr rs S , -M f fr F, . f i s .- 5.5 " fy 0' AY ,WH , ,2 as X if W "' 'W -L tif 1 W M ,, 1' 5 M- . 4 as I 'Wi 4 "-v ' " ,A-,VT K. 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' -I F 'N 1 - xv! - AX, . .2 David Bastion Judith Bartsch Sharon Berth Winston Blackford Robert Bloss Billy Bostwick Patricia Brown David Bunt Robert Burgess Richard Caplis Gary Carlson Donna Chamberlain John Clark MUUYH Cloutier I-a1'1'Y Crawford Deloris Cromwell John Cronin Larry Cross Richard DeMand Dianne Devens Wayne Dinsmore Toni Duke William Ebert Lois Eller Linda Fellows Claudia Ferguson Sharon Fitch Patricia Goldsmith Ronald Gosse Glenda Gott Bonnie Hall Lois Hammond Joyce Hancock Delores Henderson Sandra Higgins Margaret Hilden Carol Hunt Ruth Ann Huyck Linda Jenson Joyce Kapp Thomas Kasson Susan Kehoe Janet Knieper Karen Kominek Anthony Kune Gerald Long Shirley Lucius Susan Luther Russell Manley Linda Martin Penelope Mathis John Morse Rondald McAfee Phyllis McFarland X . L . fl C iff A cu Q N. QI 'fl S, . , . 1: Q! . 1 - fs lf: ' N , , ' X A ,Qg,X'I1 ' X Q' tw ,I A: R ' f f,-. , 'al If 1 . ggi, .L . l41i. x , 1-. 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SW Q .. - u " I 3" if 3 Q- t - -. -Q' , , W 1 A f- f- "' 2 H, t"f4" " ' arg: --g:5.- . :ms , R Douglas Nickel Robert Nickerson Earl Nixon George Pajtas Frances Parks Donald Payne Kathleen Petiprin james Plass james Prevett Lois Randall james Rathbun Kenneth Rathbun Harlon Rose Douglas Rowe Vicky Rutledge Margaret Scoble Martha Scott Robert Sellars Andrew Shroyer Carol Skrceny Sharon Smith Mary Stanley jean Stewart James Stiehl Judy Thomas Allan Thompson Arlene Thomson Thomas Turner Fred Valasek Orlin Van Steenburg Gordon Waterous Thomas Weidenhammer Mary Welch Donald Woodrich Ronald Woods Sandra Wright John Zieba I' ' - " ' . - :l'l'f'! . . . ' ' ' '7I9'5C3"'3Z3'-C15-Z-. . ' ' '. . ' : : . filiflfllliiil:-1 . . -: - ' ' - '. . ' '2gl:1:1gQ:2-vzfz. ' .'.-:-:2:1:1.' ' o - - '- - -I-1-1-:-L-: . ... ' . . .-..::: ' ' - " It Z ' .Q:Q:fig.5.3:Q:Q' 5.-: H . .: ' ' .. ' ' ' . ':':1:f:f'1' --.-:4:fr1:.' l:l:?:i'!:2" -I ' -.1 - - ' ':' ':-:-:f:-:-:-: 'r-1-tf:"' - '. - 'l:55f.:.. ' ' . -' : . .:1i-: - -.:-:- 'fl' E15:E1ii5E:S1?5E25?22:?I.'-- tiigiig r :L ' , ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '-zigizlglzizl: :lg5:3:i:5:'.5 ' " '5'3:3:1'T'1'5:f:i'5' .I "'l:5:i" " ' ' ' . '"3:5t3:117:5:57k1ff:5:3t- ' - ' :.'Z3: . 1. I , U ":l:Tt1f':l:5:l": ' .' , . ':Q:Q:Q:f: . ,. . . -f:5E155fE5f5:1- ini' 5 : 'F 1 . , . 1:11 ' . PI. Zfffl-. 3ffQgfff:f:3I3 , ' - - ":g:I:1:l:Q:" ig-:-1-flfi .- . - U I ..j.:.Q.'. . , ff:2f.L.f. E:Q:Qi:Q:.g:Q:Q:gt-:e:- 5 . J Ilfjflf. I ':'EL.'I Z :":," 1:1-G ' '. ' ' '.:fff:,:.f. ' - ' .-1532115 :E 32221 J ' 5333 he eighth grade activities consisted of an as- ?-.: 3' '375.. ":': sembly, four parties and a picnic. On all of these ' . - ' -55132: ' ' :' occasions we had good turn-outs and lots of fun. Z"- E. .D Class dues supplied our refreshments. The assembly . . 'I , I Zjglgljg we put on was made up of two plays. "This Is Your : 2 g5:g:'Q:g: gg. Life" and "one Little White Lie" and some musical ' 'gfjll . ' "-23151323 'lg' talent from the eighth grade. Three of our parties V .glgfjgfgfg 231: - . g7,Z,.g: were dances and one was an ice-skating party, Elifzff -Zgfjigfg jfgljf- Everyone is anxious to enter their first year of high I:f:L:l:f:Z:.'. " l -Ijfu-.'. njljlzfjlzlj school. '.'.'.'.'.'.- .'. .M 'fn-T' ..'.' .g.::3.7.3.j 4.5.3.5 I ..g.g. . -3 . 5:-:lf7:L:7:3:1:1i5 ' ' -. ,,... -FC' I -'R M-A1-ww Fx .. X 1, 5 Left to Right: Bob Lifsey, Roland Szukent, Linda Smith, Miss Moran, Shirley Vamos, Mr. Pierce, Nlr. Monson . Rebecca Adams Ronald Alexander Mary Alger Evelyn Bailey Kenneth Baire Gordon Baker Herbert Bates Ralph Bates Allen Bill Ambrose Bracey Betfcy Brall Agnes Brandon 411: 'hw n W f- , f 1 President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Student Council if .fx -r, xv, , " Fel, X C2 'isa V' 5 v' 31 . 1 ,L . ,g X fir: L gf, A le. v V f R... is - s - J ,- C' A M 'Y X f P , ..4 ' ur of Robert Lifsey Roland Szukhent Linda Smith Shirley Vamos David Ros encrantz 'lm Or A Q Riffg r Nl ,N .N ,. ' S he rixigs xx R Q MN e 4 ss xx M X GLS g r t ms. 'F ,Q '- 's 6' '- Q K. "N gs, 'XilisSf kifiii- 'iff Q . :NS,r,'.5e- 'I 4 f F , ' l - K is "' fx iv 1- ,- X .. 'l ' 5?-e 53,1 'HEX - .. x' Q magrf, X R gi siv e ' ji awww! ix at Q' ix -15 1 'wmiixil Maryetta Andrews C aro lyn Armour Judith Armstrong Michele Baribeau Randall Barnhart Donna Bartsch Sharon Blanchard Steve Boardman Ronald Bower William Brian Melva Bridges Thede Bright Angela Brown - Ik 5 can Q J -, g ' C A in K is 'E' - XF x- .FY I ' 1- DennisCarswel1 -1 Q E' - . L f w.. it -as i Mary Casselman - 5, - -i fu 4 M4 f 'rm , it if '74 E, Patricia cogsweu K 5 A ' ' ,M L 'i x f Q ' -X ' tl , fx I .4 X fi Georgia Coyne in l fl! "ff : A52 ' jeanne Cuddeback ,, I S- I ,Qi E p Patricia Culhane X l K AI- K N 1 Ai ww... james Deneen "' is 1 A: .6 A S -.15 U LaVada Denkins 1' , -. - xx' Z U ' janet Derr v -4 Donald Eller 5 'J Y G ff 5 ' ' - '-5 Ronald Ernst d H A, ' Y 1 V7 I V ' f Mary jane Farthing NX X , i x ,. 1- - ' f . , . , 'a .. - 1 ' y 'ri , Q J Joy Forbush f' -' S ' Q- 'fwwl 1 E ,fre , Q Ruth Ann Ford - t " . 'K X fp" ' , X 4 Stephanie Eults -E .1 ful ,l lathes. 1- I , ,- .. 1 f -E 9 3 Kathryn Gonser A ,X 4, 5: Leonard Graham 5, - " 5:1355 ., , Sara Graham A 'E Barbara Harburn '7,s"m Q f ' X A Y . 1 Meredith Ham , 6 -' J J J ,, w V lj David Hawkins i Y xl , , 'V K l K5 Sherry Hester ' 'J ' E7 if sham Hill I 2 ' ,A N -1 Harold C . Holzworth , H V Howard Ingersoll 4 Iy4"9' v...,l 41' 2 '- AI Arden Irwin in r' sf, My ix 'if' H 7,51 Wanda Jacobs ' , '- f I, ' ' 211f": 6143 lk it .' We fx ul 1 l 2--- i V Dale Koan J - ' -D ' L -f 4.-I - .q ff-pf Gayle Koan ' I .Y 'ff 'r 6' f ia ,I K , Wg V, Korn . , M 'T' a 4 , -, Charles Leonard y ,V ,L cr ,, - -Q ' ., ,, mi 'y - W, V R0be1'fUfSeY 4' f J 'C Jil 'E 1 L f E Margaret Loode f L 4' i 'L " ' d't" ' A for Z. ea A james Burnett Marsha Carnehl Elizabeth Cameron Sandra Cole Tom Colton Kurt Cordes Bethany Cullen Page Decker Elizabeth Dempsey Edward Dowen Lois Dyball Marylyn Dyer Alice Firman Karen Fitch Beth Ann Flowers Virginia Gill Michael Gillespie Emily Godshalk Carolyn Gregson james Hall jerry Hammersley Kenneth Hedges Carol Heidenreich Gloria Hemstreet Frank Horvath Sharon Horvath Wm . Allen Hunter Phillip jobin Ellen johnson Virginia Kirk Patricia LaM2Y Alex Lendvoy Carol Leonard Joyce Marzig Arthur Mattson David Mattson J Shirley Mi kesell Iris Miller Ralph Miller jerry McCla.nahan Daniel Mclntyre Nichol Mclntryre Raymond Paschket Sharon Peake jack Ransom james Roeske Selena Rogan David Rosencrantz janet Scheidler Fredric K . Schmoak Leon Shaw Dianne Slagor Linda. Smith Ralph Smith Linda Spinney Danny Springer James Starr Martha Stuckey Lorraine Szacki Roland Szukhent Carl Thomas james Travis jack Tripplehorn Kathleen Weir Roy Wheeler Gwendolyn White Mike Wixon Gloria Yager Murray Young Patricia Mills David Moorman james Morse jack Niles Mary Oehring Roseann Ostrom jean Ransom Frank Rappuhn Linda Rhoads Randy Ross Linwood Sabin Andrea Sazy Sandra Shepard Judy Sholler Robert Simpson Rebecca Smithson Richard Sparks Westlynne Sperling Darlene Stecco Darrell Stecco Ronald Stroub Barry Taylor Phyllis Teachworth Barbara Tenore Shirley Varnos Richard Wagonlander Suzanne Weil Bob Whitman Jayne J. Wiget Donna Wiley Ronny Zeek, Helen Prince, Th0mas Prim, I l I C O ll 1'-. ' 'O o a . ' .,.....,. . . . .....-.j.'.,:-...j......., I . ' ' ...-.-- . . s .'..'.'...' s a 1 n ....uo- n Q... ..- n A te--1' . Q I I l ' 0-1 lung Iwlqn I. ll I . I - u Seventh rade Syndicate U 1' .In ' ' ..ji3,E,:,:i,.. . : '2'I:.:Tj-'- ',:.jE:,: ..:.jfLIjjfL5j. . - ',-, .-,-A ' ' .- 1 '.'.'.'.' Z. .' . " "' .-.l:7tl.-.fiiiizliz "iii 4' ' . .'.'e'u'.'. o' '-' ' ' ' . ' - . x . ... n .'-'. Q na , .......... . . "-H". 0' "...' s ,, . , .., ' Qi. v ' ."-2'2"-9 . ' ' III-:Iso I il'l' .' '.' S' ' '. q - n's'.'.'.'n Q-. :I .'u'n I I.v Ig: u I - I . . . . . . .- . . .- -.'.'.-.'. '. .:... .'.'. au.v.l I I :--.I . , . . . ...- ..-., .'-'- ' ' ' Q '-'s' . . . .,, . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . , ...'I.l'.. . . s - The seventh grade, or the Class of 1963, activities for the current year have been rather limited. As the newest members in the high school this has been a - year when they were adjusting themselves to a new ' s ...I 2-1-I' ,.'. - U..-v 1 ,.u . . . .31 way of 'life.' They were now moving from room to room for their classes and they suddenly found them- selves the smallest students present, when as sixth graders, they had been the 'big-wheels.' ' During the year they had class parties on Decem- ber 13 and March 14. On january 18 they presented an assembly for grades seven, eight, and nine, where the high-light was a pantomine of the poem 'Dan- gerous Dan Magoo! They will complete their activ- 'x . . . l.l,I.... .,.,. . - .:.j.Q.:., . .j.,.Q.': . . . I . . . . . . . . . l'l': . .'f':'Q'f' f'f'f':'. g...l.l'O '.j.:.y1- . .....,. . . . . . .,:,... . : n . ' s . ' , . . . .: ' . -,-,, . ...,... ...I u , .'...u 4 , ities for the school ear with a. icnic at the Coun Y P Pa rk. 1? ' EL . ,ld I v Q' X g 0 it ' :-:7f?357fi:': . I 'Fi .'.j.:.:.j.L.'. tx, S.. W - "':3:1:" f 'L A . . rf "-1 ' : ' . fa ff 9 iz-1.. - . - -: ,, . ff.: r! g ljfflsfjf TN a 0 , ' ' -.I . - ,f,,4f.l.f-' ' , - ' ,.-T-1 ' . n .......,... ........ Ill ' I ',.' L, .. . -.- -..'1'pn I n .'--. 0, ' Q o 1 , ' O I . I , ' - '. . 1 . ' ' . Q 1 Q - ' 'Tn-. . . ' ' - ' . ' ' ' '.',','!.:.'.'. 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Wise: x S f K A ?:A AVQFM 'A , pi Z ,,"i:A,'i I SE Z 4 4 A GQ xx ,NR N i.- 'jv-1' saline 1. -if -- A N ww-KAR qv vw it "HPI x 8 . if "..fn 3 me fl, t ' 5 3,5 6 3 ,xx 5 hgh: ' V " cl Dallas McFarland Edwin McKinny Rodney McIntosh Helene O'Kelly Earl Olmstead Sandra Osontoski Allen Perkins Wayne Phillips Hazel Prince Harry Rose Shirley Rose Constance Rossell Mary Ann Sellars Karl Schmidt Timothy Shannon Judith Skrceny Faye Smith Tabitha Snider Elizabeth Suryan Sherian Tarrant Brenda Tenore Charleen Valentine james Vandefifer Mark VanRoemdonck Edward Wheeler James White Robert White Gary Woods Marilyn Woodthorpe Patricia Wright Pier .-nn-.- . .............,.......,'. September 19, the junior Class sponsored the Home- coming Dance which was held after the game. The Future Farmers of America participated in a local FFA Fair which was held in the high school on September 28. The Senior Car Wash Day, was held at Mac's Station on September 28. November 6th the Freshmen and Sophomores had a gay time at their first roller skating party held at the Roller Haven. A Christmas Concert was presented by the Senior Glee Club on December 11. The junior Glee Club presented a Spring Concert on March 22. The 8th grade enjoyed an Ice Skating Party on january 25. A trip to the Consumers Power Company was arranged for the Future Homemakers of America on February 13 The Senior Band presented their Christmas Concert on December 19, while the junior Band presented their concert on February 18. A Valentine Dance at the high school was sponsored by the Sophomore Class February 15. junior and Senior High Assemblies were presented by Student Council on February 26, and April 9th, The prom this year, put on by the juniors, was held in the C.O.I. Hall, May 3, The 7th grade finished up their first year in junior High with a class picnic at the County Park May 26. F212- o"'..v 5:32112-. 4' --4'..- ........ ..--. ng..-a .v.-1- ... ,.-. fi. .- .. :- 4' 1.-.--. 1' 3 4' . .-.... .. . .'.'.-.'.'.'f'.-.'. . - . '. n.g'g 1 J.. q'- ... 'I I ' I . I 1 I .'.'.-. .'.:.j.-.j.:.:....-I .'.'-n --nnafurlc' .f .1 .1 , " ,. ", -t .-I-2'.-.-.-2-.-.-.-.-.'.'.-Cj.g , ,- .n 0 0 9 enlor G1 G Club rls 86 2 fi- ,afrf -Dr """"H-uf... Ai First row: Left to right: Marianne Brushwiller, Janet Bigelow, Jackie Stephens, Mr. Watterworth, Bonnie Raymond Sandra Cuddeback. Second row: Left to right: Carol Church, Shirley Horton, Eleanor Church, Marilyn Lee, Shiela Holland, Jean Pierce 9 Gail Jessick, Sandra Cassidy, Shirley Wheeler Muriel Wilson, Carolyn Boyer, Donna McIntyre, Judy Osintoski, Jacquie Combs, Janet Adolf, Peggy Combs, Donna Sheldon. Third row: Left to right: Roberta Billow, Judy Truit, Judy Clark, Carolyn Lucis, Lucille Springer, Barbara Staley, Kay Sobey, Kathy Wineman, Judy Hunt, Joan Walters, Bonnie Dalton, Betty Tanner, Kathryn Graham, Janice Klawuhn, Janet Blumerich, Shiela Putnam. Fourth row: Left to right: Darlene Woodthorpe, Danielle Dyer, Gloria Gamber, Sylvia Truner, Madelyn Stewart, Sharon Hartley, Virginia Dare, Joanne Malnar, Joan Mead, Nancy Noeker, Marianne Stuckey, Judy Navidonski, Kathy Smith, Virginia Childs, Lois Armstrong, Donna Gamber. The Senior Glee Club directed by Mr., Watterworth participated in a Christmas concert on December 11, Eresident ' ' ' ' ' Bonnie Raymond and a spring concert on April 12,which were the Tecretary ' ' - ' H Jaffet Bigelow highlights of their activities this year. Feaslfrer' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Jackie Stephens Librarian This organization is made up of junior and senior girls, which consists of approximately sixty members. . . ........ Joan Mead Marianne Brushwiller i gg Junior Girls' G ee Club sm ,X-X was rg t - man f MDX s -s g 61513 j . W i First row: Left to right: Kathryn Howay, Sigrid Decker, Linda Luce, Susan Kehoe, Connie McLeod, Patsy Delin, Mr. Watterworth, Linda Pendell, Martha Todd, Janet Shroyer, Sharon Wilson, Joyce Hancock, Lila Camehl Second row: Left to right: Judy Groombridge, Louise Seimerco, Mary Redmond, Karen Crimi, June Sparks, Dianne Groover, Claudia Fergeson, Dianne Parish, Gail Jones, Linda Fellows, Joyce Kapp, Delores Fusiek, Nancy Jessiek, Barbara Brownrigg, Janet LaBarge, Jean Lewis. Third row: Left to right: Phyllis McFarland, Connie Keeler, Donna DeC ew, Karen Kominek, Toni Duke, Carol Skerceny, Linda TabaQewski,MarJorie Duff, Kaihy SilT1lT1SOI1, Diane Kapp, Mir!-hi SCOU- The Junior Girls' Glee Club, directed by Mr. Watterworth, has been quite active this year. The girls meet everyday, third hour, to practice. They sang for a P.T.A. meeting in December. The two President . . . .Linda Pendell selections were "Massa Dear" and "Can't Help Lovin' Secretary .... Patsy Jo Dehlin Dat Man". The girls will be giving a spring concert, Treasurer .... Martha Todd but at this time all numbers have not been selected. The group is large this year, and possibly Mr. Wat- terworth may have thought unwieldly at times, but we feel that the large group is an encouraigng sign of better groups in the future. Beta Chi Theta as r N a if -. J, -f vi ., ,, , First row: Left to right: Sandy Cassidy, Roberta Billow, Kay Sobey Second row: A l h ,H Left to right: Sheila Putman, Louise Seirmarco, Patsy jo Dehlin, Joyce Hancock, Mariarme BruS W1 GI' Th' d OW' Lefltf td! right: janet Bigelow, Janice Klawuhn, Mr. Watterworth, Kathy Wineman, Diane Groover, Karen Crimi Fourth row: Left to right: Sylvia Turner, Donna Gamber, Gloria Gamber, Kathy Simpson, Bonnie Raymond, Linda Pendell, Toni Duke, Danielle Dyer, Betty Tanner President , ., Muriel Hunter Beta Chi Theta opened its season this year under Secretary. . . . , Roberta Billow the direction of its first male director, Mr. Alan Treasurer , , , , Kay Sobey Watterworth, Librarian , . Sandy Cassidy Our first activity of the season was assisting the Senior Girls Glee Club in their concert of December 11 , Among other activities was Christmas caroling at McLaren Hospital on December 16, Hurley Hos- pital December 19, County Rest Home December 20, and singing for other social functions. In the absence of our president Muriel Hunter, Roberta Billow is acting president. Boys' G ee Club :X sd .2 . I.. V, Q ,T 2 ' .4 H' 90 N 5 I First Row: Left to right: Bill Angus, Sidney Sherman, Mr. Waterworth, Everett Ludiker. Second Row: Left to right Frank Greyson, Terry Peck, Mark DeCourva1, Bill Rierson. Third Row: Left to right: Art Verrett, Ken Carpenter The Boys' Glee Club is in the midst of a revival from the lack of interest displayed in the last few years. The number has increased to approximately 20 members under the leadership of Mr. Alan Watter- worth. The boys do not sing publicly as they are still too inexperienced, but there are quite a few promising singers in its ranks. Senior Muff riff' f , , , 7 f,',.E,, , it K i f AZ,!,,Kv,M, f lt W, ',Vr V 0-QJLQNNF K ,, A-'ff-'I1"n: Q, I rf, M . ,.3,M Tn", 1 V , 'ivy I Drum Major: jim Macdonald X f ' Q Q, 5 as f First Row Left to right: Margaret Schultz, Nancy Martin, Evelyn Boyer, Karen Brown, Carol Balla, Bonnie Black, Pat Domine. Second Row Left to right: jack Morrish, Barbara Gardner, Ramon Eissinger, Jeanne Jenson, Becky Putnam, Sandra Higgins, Bob Sellars, Eleanor Bailey, David Oatley, Art Klawuhn, Ken Rathburn, Ron McAfee, Phillip Crouse, Mary Loode. Third Row Left to right: Dick Burton, Marilyn Cloutier, Mary Evans, Sue Byard, Art McCoy, Iris Thomson, Judy Niles, Marilyn MaKee, Ron Gosse, Kathy O'Neill, Delores Henderson, jerry Brigham, Kathy Gregor, Tamara Anderson, Monte Higgins, Nancy Wilson, Dick Sanborn, Yvonne Kasson, Doris Jones, Agnes Bendis. Fourth Row Left to right: Barbara Clark, Donna Chamberlain, Sally Wyman, Marilyn Beebe, David Schmidt, Don Payne, Susan Luther, Rodger Bird, Wayne Cobb, Gerald Bendis, Douglas Nichol, Gary Schiestal, jim Plass, Robin Scafe, john Zeiba, Roger Shepard Craig Woodhouse, Nancy Vernon, Tom I-Ierbst, Bill Iamnick, joe Anthony, Dick Stroub, jim Sanborn, Linda Jenson, Wayne Anderson. Fifth Row Left to right: Tom Bump, Gary Tucker, Gary Skinner ROD Balla, Bob Porn, Ann Blackford, Bob Anthony, Winston, Black- ford, Fred Pellens. Band -'4 vb-:A 5.4 5+-Q. Z' 1 . I N ,, Q .. 4 6 V Qs Ag? A X -if ,, . A . X. V x 1-S x 'Ki 02' ,Sf . 1-ff we Ji 4, Among the outstanding organizations at Flushing High School is the Senior High Band under the direction of Mr, William Dial. During the past school year of 1957-1958 the marching band provided several entertaining half-time shows at the football games. Later in the season the Senior Band attended Band Day at Michigan State University along with many other bands from all over Michigan. On December 20, they gave a Christmas Concert which was a wonderful success and drew a large crowd. After Christmas and the New Year Holidays they attended district contest, competing against all other class B bands in Genesee County. They received a. very high rating. The band closed their busy year with a Spring Concert, which was enjoyed by all who attended. ad 'iff wx? ff? QW' If 'y I Majorettes: Carol Palmer, Sally Ross, Judy Dow, Joyce Hicks, Verl Brown, Arlene Thomson. 4 Junior Band r"""' n-"""" if ff F ,,f+f , Q,,,. ,Y , First Row: Left to Right, Becky Smithson, Linda Rhoads, Marjorie Vernon, Nancy Sell, Stephanie Fults, Mary jane Farthing. Second Row: Left to Right, Page Decker, john Crumb, Georgia Coyne, Kathryn Gonser, Emily Godshalk, Leon Shaw, Marylyn Dyer, jack Niles, David Moorman, Alice Firman. Third Row: Left to Right, Lois Dyball, Tom Crumm, Richard Buell, Robert Rowe, William Brian, Charlene Valen- tine, jo Ann Bendis, Mary Ann Sellars, Gorden Baker, john Stonehouse, Terry Young, Gwendolyn White, Gary Fisher, jane Wiget, Tom Colton, jim Morse, Wayne Phillips, Kathleen Bigelow, Maryetta. Andrews. Fourth Row: Left to Right, Mr. Dial, Kenneth Hedges, Mike Nichols, Rodney Mclntosh, Gary Foster, Evelyn Bailey, Sharon Peake, Dianne Anthony, Peter Schmidt, Michael Bigelow, Fritz Schmoak, Larry Booth, Tim Law- rence, Murry Young, Charles Garthwaite, Michael Wixon, james White, Roland Szukhent, Kathryn Hills, Larry Sholler,VeletteCanouts, Charles Lenard, Marilyn Woodthorpe, janet Derr, Tom Prim, Herbert Bates, Arden Irwin, Darrell Stecco, Robert johnson, Dougla.s Parsons, Robert Becker,I-Iugh Fraser, Karl Mercer. The Junior Band consists of approximately seventy students this year, ranging from the seventh to the ninth grades. This is the largest junior Band ever existing in Flushing High School. Their Spring concert was very successful, and according to their band director Mr. William Dial, they have progressed very rapidly. W arsity Club 'NWI' First ROW: Left to Right, Bill Knieper, Bob Miller, Sam Feke, Bill Ramoie, jack Braamse, Gary Bloss, Mike Damm, jack Bigelow, Tom Bump, jerry Dick. Second Row: Left to Right, Mr. Sell, Orren Morin, Ron Skrceny, Dale Kirk, Neil Ballman, Stan Cook, jack Cowen, Bud Gorza, Lyle Smith, Larry Stecco, Harry Wheeler. Third Row: Left to Right, Roger Shepard, Dar Christiansen, john Rappuhn, jack Ransom, Charley Rowe, Mickey johnson, jerry Smith, jack Morrish, Pete Walser, Carl Braamse, Bernard McGraw, Bill Sobey, La.rry Bower The varsity Club is a new organization formed this year for the lettermen of Flushing High School The aims of this club are to promote more interest in varsity competition and better friendship and co- President Vice President Sec. G Treas. . OFFICERS operation among the players. The club is to take over many of the responsibilities connected with varsity and reserve sports and in general is trying to Sgt, at Arms improve athletics as a whole in Flushing High School. Program Chairman Our thanks to Coach Chuck Sell for his work in or- ganizing and sponsoring the Varsity Club. Jack Braamse Gary Bloss Bill Ramoie Mike Damm Sam Feke , W, , arsity Cheerleaders . 'fr if Q-f .,,- ff ly . I 5,- Janet Bigelow Betty Lifsey Charlotte Chapman Connie Compeau Back of all of the teams, cheering them on to victory or cheering them in spite of defeat, are the Flushing cheerleaders. The Varsity Cheerleaders try out in the spring of the year before the student body. A committee of teachers make the final decisions, juding on enthu- siasm, personality, good sportsmanship, leadership ability, appearance, and ability to perform. This system was initiated two years ago so that when school begins in the fall our cheerleaders will be ready for the first football game. Any girl interested in second team cheerleading may practice during football season. Tryouts are held before basketball season, and six girls are chosen to cheer for the second team basketball games. This past summer the Va.rsity Cheerleaders at- tended a Cheerleading Camp in Syracuse, Indiamia, from june 16 through June 20. At camp they were taught new cheers and motions, and they were in- structed in gymnastics and attended daily lectures. Mrs. Eissinger is coach and advisor. Junior Cheerleaders I'-l..I'Sl RO'vVg Left to right Sharon Ramoie, Tina Root, janet Bardwell Second Row: ' Left to right: Judy Eaton, Diane Groover, Marilyn McKee. Second team cheerleading is open to any girl in the ninth and tenth grades. Girls who are interested and who practice are given a chance to cheer at second team football games. Then immediately following the football season, cry outs are held before a group of teachers who .ict as judges. Six girls are selected. These girls are the cheerleaders for all second team basketball games. Homecoming Mari1ynIC1outier, janet Adolf Carol Palmer On. October 21 and 22, the student body of Flush- ing High School had their annual Homecoming. The night before the big game we crowned Carol Palmer, aSophomore, as our queen with janet Adolf, a junior, and Marilyn Cloutier, a Freshman as her court. Al- though it was rather drizzly that night, the ceremony went on as planned. The band led the cars with the beautiful ladies in them down Main Street and over to the football field. To conclude the evening a bonfire was built, to burn a hand-made casket which represented our op- ponent for the following night. The next night was our game with Grand Blanc. At the half, the band put on an entertaining show which everyone enjoyed. After the game the Seniors put on a Homecoming Dance with Sam Williams and his orchestra. All in all it was quite a Homecoming week-end. Librarians an x ic! . tml! A-'- ..., fy' ,, 4, 'P' .. ,,,,. QL 732 3 ' a- t m-1 "Q Y. ww- '1 W wif- ff' 1' - a. sian. ... . M ' K MM ia-, .,- -.,.:,..,. - , W . 1 , f , 'L A, W , . .F Y M, ,,.. W-, ' .. ,, 1 an-. ., sm.. ' . - . .--Nw -v K-My V I arf vjiw " , 1.4 First Row: Left to right: Carole Jacobi, Mrs. Moon Second Row: Left to right: Karen Douglas, Joanne Mclntosh, Kathy Smith, I Mary Ann Stuckey, Marilyn Third ROW: Left to right Phyllis Bailey, Connie Compeau, Sandy Young. The current school year has seen many improve- ments in our library. We Started by cleaning up the shelves in study hall, lettering the books and putting them in order. Next we ordered new books with the money that was given to us by the school b d. oar When the books arrived, they were quickly processed and placed on the shelves. We also have a check out counter, and everyone in school has a library card. The book covers are placed in the study hall so the students may see what new books we have. A new card file has also been added to the library which has enabled us to serve the students more ad- equately. We can thank the improvements in our library this year to Mrs. Moon ean Ottaway, Blazer Staff .., , First row: -- at-, 1, .-,. , Ns' - ' Nr' ' v s' c s , 1 , -X-k tg .af '-wi " 1 A ' -Sf ,t i t "" 3' W :sk 23 Left to right: Nancy Martin, Tina Root, Shirley Wheeler, Mr. Nietzke, Marianne Stuckey, Mary Owens, Pamela Winters, Second row: Left to right: Lucille Springer, Betty Tanner, Delecta Spaleny, Claudia Ferguson, Becky Putnam, Janice Williams, Barbara Ballman, Muriel Wilson, Kathy Smith, Madelyn Stewart. Third row: Left to right: Penny Mathis, Susan Luther, Mary Lou Sharp, Bonnie Raymond, Bonnie Dalton, Martha Scott, Mary McAfee. Shirley Wheeler Becky Whetham Marianne Stuckey Janice Williams Mary Sharp Mr. Nietzke Editor Ass't Editor Treasurer Sports Editor C irculation Advisor The purpose of the Blazer Staff is to put forth be- fore the student body, the school newspaper. It provides each and every student with an account of the school's activities plus humor. It also provides news articles and other various items of reading pleasure. The material for the paper is arranged by the editor. The editor then distributes one or more assign ments to each staff member, with a date set as a deadline to insure the scheduled output of the paper. The assignments are completed and then typed up as a rough draft by the typists, After being approved by the advisor, these rough drafts are typed over on stencils and again a.pproved by the advisor. The stencils are then mimeographed to make the finished paper. After the Blazers are completed they are sold in the school lobby for five cents a piece. This year the Blazer Staff members received pins to wear as a symbol of their work. Annual Staff First Row : bk.. Left to right: Joanne Malnar, Nancy Vernon, Mr. Hackett, Sylvia Ttuner, Elaine Donaski. Second Row: if ' r, Left to right: Kathy Wineman, Janice Klawuhn, Madelyn Stewart, Sally Rogan, Doris Jones, Ruth Ann Huyck, Bonnie Raymond, Eleanor Bailey, Karen Crimi, Kathy Smith, Shirley Horton, Nancy Martin. Third Row: Left to right: Marianne Brushwiller, Barbara Staley, Janet Blumerick, Agnes Bendis, Sam Feke, Mike Damm, Barbara McCarthy, Muriel Wilson, Ann Blackford, Beverly Tenore. Working the majority of the yea.r without the services of the editor, Muriel Hunter, the relatively inexperienced staff put in many hours of typing, proof-reading, pasting, and as Mr. Feldstein said, "Advanced paper doll class." During the absence of Muriel, Nancy Vernon did a very creditable job as editor, and will be very capable of assuming this position on the 1959 Perannos. We discovered that this was an intricate opera- tion that required the cooperation of all members of the staff. The number of pages had to be de- termined, each section had to have a 'dummy' in order that the book would have some semblance of cohesion, copy had to be obtained, pictures identi- fied, picture size determined, and all this material pasted on boards asa completed product. As an added attraction in our book, the staff has supplied some 'mistakes' for the benefit of the people who look for them, thus reducing their disappointment should none be found. We hope you enjoy the finished product and excuse those mistakes that we overlooked. Editor A ssistant Editor A dvertisin g Faculty Typists Treasurer Administration Boy's Sports Gi.rl's Sports Organizations Underclassm en S eniors Muriel Hunter Nancy Vernon Sylvia Turner Doris Jones Elaine Donaski Janet Blumerich Nancy Martin Janice Klawuhn Beverly Tenore Eleanor Bailey Ann Blackford Marianne Brushwiller Mike Damm Sam Feke Barbara Staley Madelyn Stewart Barbara McCarthy Shirley Horton Agnes Bendis Kathy Wineman Karen Crimi Ruth Ann Huyck Sally Rogan Bonnie Raymond Kathy Smith Joanne Malnar Muriel Wilson Student Council p FN Seated: mg, Left to right: Doris jones, Eleanor Bailey, Mike Damm, Duane Roeske, Betty Lifsey, Mr. Long. Standing: Left to right: Wayne Cobb, Pat Domine, Sally Wyman, Sherrian Tarrant, Sam Feke, jack Ransom, Larry Stecco, john Zieba, David Rosencrantz. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Duane Roeske Mike Damm Betty Lifsey Eleanor Bailey The Student Council is the governing body for our student body. The officers are elected in the spring with two representatives hom grades nine through twelve and one each from the seventh and eighth grades. Meeting during the school day they enact many of of the rules that aid in keeping the conduct of our students at the present high level. Ut has been dis- covered that the teachers are also interested in this conduct.j They are responsible for student trans- portation to the away from home athletic events, paid assemblies, and the Christmas decorations during the Yule Season. This group also sponsors the Homecoming, and just to be different they 'ordered' a little moisture at this event during the current year. They also attend an all day conference of coun- cil members in Flint every year in order to become familiar with and discuss the student council func- tions in other schools of om' area. The method of nomination, spirit of election, and service on the council give all the members of the student body valuable lessons in democratic living. Paint and Patch fs A-,ya .4 Dv- new vw' on I I rv e. P 4s W, ,, of v- - - f n 1 is -2 " A' Q.. fs GC i 'QI First row: Left to right: l2lCqueline Combs, Joanne Malnar, Miss VanLier, Ann Robb, Carol Palmer. Second row: Left to right: Carol Church, Peggy Combs, Kay Sobey, Barbara Staley, Kathy Smith, Delecta Splaney, Sylvia Turner, Judith Truit. Third row: Left to right: Bonnie Raymond, Madelyn Stewart, Kathy Wineman, Karen Crimi . Paint and Patch made up the cast for the Eighth President . . . I u Joanne Malnal, grade Assembly put on for the junior High in Novem- Secretary , , . . ' Jackie Combs ber. On November 28, Paint and Patch made up the Treasurer . , .-... Ann Robb students in Speech Class that presented the plays. Advisor . . .. , , . Miss Van Lie: "Beware of Widows" and "Be Brave, Dear Lady." In addition to the above activities the Paint and Patch Club was called on to perform their 'talents' at many of the other school activities. It was their job to make 'Beauty' out of 'Beast' and 'Beast' out of 'Beauty.' Future Farmers of America Wh First Row Left to right: Kenneth Draper, Dan Daneen, jim Martin. Second Row l , I Left to right: jim Douglas, Bill Ebert, David Gibbs, Fred Darling, Wendell Scafe, Johnnie Shannon. Third Row H T 1 H Left to right: Bill Rierson, john Cronin, Clyde Scott, Dwayne Tuttle, Ken Carpenter, Russe utt e, arry Wheeler, Robert Boza, La.rry Macdonald, Jack Mason. Fourth Row , Left to right: Harold Ahlson, Gary MacWebb, jim Cronin, Warren Hostetler, Major Lanxton, Doug Rowe, Gregory Bader, Larry Manley, Torn Carpenter, joe Baxter, David Gardener. President Vice President S ecretary Treasurer Reporter john Black jerry Dick Ken Draper Ken Carpenter Da.n Deneen Last summer the F. F. A. went on a trip to the Detroit Livestock Exchange. Nineteen members were guests of the Exchange. They observed the market- ing of cattle in the morning and participated in a broadcast. They enjoyed a fine dinner in the after- noon and visited the slaughter and packing houses near the Exchange. Several boys showed cattle and poultry at the Flushing Community Fair this year. They also par- ticipated in the Lower Thumb Fair at Grand Blanc. They took 3319.00 in ribbon awards and finished second in the judging contest. They attended Farmers Week in January at Michigan State University. Two F. F. A . chapter officers attended the State Convention at Michigan State University as delegates of our chapter. A .fs 5, Future Homemakers of America mais. .. ,av-.,,c.,x.,i First Row: Left to Right, Sandra Simpson, Linda Eve, Christine Mead, Carole Jacobi, Peggy Combs. Second Row: Left to Right, Carol Cummings, Joyce Stuckwisch, Jacqueline Stephens, Jean Walter, Carol Alger, Lois Eller, Mrs. Cross, Kay Sobey, Janice Williams, Elaine Donaski, JoAnn Sarka, Toni Duke. Third Row: Left to Right, Donna Sheldon, Virginia Richards, Judy Miller, Nancy Jesick, Janet Clark, Sue Hardy, Gail Jesick, Margaret Sharpe, Patricia Crumm, June Sparks, Mary Youmans, Jacquie Combs, Christine Root, Susan Kehoe. Fourth Row: Left to Right, Sally Rogan, Jean Lewis, Joyce Kapp, Judy Fralick, JoAnn Davis, Sandy Sexton. Fifth Row: Left to Ri ght, Marilyn Maschino, Ann Robb, Jean Peake, Carol Vanderpool, Karen Brian, Norma French, Sandra Higgins, Beverly Travis, Sylvia Turner, Delores Fuseck. Sixth Row: Left to Right, Deanna Ludiker, Diann Fay, Ruth Ann Huyck, Eileen Cuson, Mary Alexander, Mary Gold- smith, Sharon Hartly, Joan Mead, Yvonne Kasson, Brenda Rossell, Mary Ellen Springer, Diann Gohn, Peggy Teachworth, Barbara Clark, Susan M President Carole Jacobi Vice President Linda Eve Secretary Sandra Simpson Treasurer Peggy Combs oonnan , Susan Luther. The F. H. A. has been quite an active organiza- tion this year. We made 20 dolls for underprivileged children and at Christmas time a basket containing a turkey, fruit, and other food for a needy family. We also collected toys, which were enjoyed by the children. The county Regional Meet was held in Lakeville on a Saturday morning. The meeting included demonstrations, singing, and a luncheon. Our annual Bake Sale was held at King's Market, a November 2, 1957. We sold pies, cookies, cakes and many other baked goods. School Left to right: Carol Palmer, Barbara Ballman, Sally Ross, Sigrid Decker, Marianne Brushwiller, Don Payne, Ann Robb. Barbara Ballmann Marianne Brushwiller Sigred Decker Carol Palmer Donald Payne Ann Robb Sally Ross Connie Archer Lucille Taylor Marie Collins Eve Baker Tommy Taylor Lois Ethel Ferris The one act comedy, "Beware of Widows", was presented to the public November 22 after a trial run in an assembly for the students of the High School,under the direction of Mr. Glen Fox. Tommy Taylor, the hero of the play and a con- firmed bachelor, finds himself in quite a predica- ment when his old flame, who has jilted him for another man, Eve Baker, returns to town as a dash- ing, fascinating widow. The humor is at its climax when Eve visits Tommy and pretends she's come back after him. This puts Tommy in quite a tizzy, as he has no intentions of marrying, at least not Eve. As usual, it all turns out for the best. Plays Left to right: Tom Bump, Nancy Martin, Toni Duke, Neil Ballman, Rona Feke Larry Stecco The play presented opposite "Beware of Widows" was another one act comedy, "Be Brave, Dear Lady," also directed by Mr. Glen Fox. The curtain opens on the office of Doctor Clark. A patient, Mr. Tanny comes to Dr. Clark for medical aid, and the diagnosis that is reached is that Mr. Tanny has girl trouble. With the assistance of Fungus, the janitor, they fake an auto accident in an effort to decide which of Mr. Tanny's three girl friends loves him the most. 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Fourth Row: Left to right: Coach, Charles Sell, Harry Wheeler, Orin Morin, Dar Christiansen,I-'red Wagonlander, john Rappuhn, Tom Root, Walt Huyck, Larry Bower, Mike johnson, Coach, Ronald Bigelow. Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushin g Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Chesaning Beecher Mt. Morris Bendle Grand Blanc Lakeville Mt. Pleasant Mandeville Fenton 6 The Flushing High School team of 1957 com- 6 piled their best record in school history. The "Raid- 7 ers" finished in third place in Genesee County, as 6 Davison finished in second, and Grand Blanc cap- 13 tured the title for the second consecutive year. O The Flushing Raiders won four of their conference 14 games, lost one, and tied two. The lone defeat was 7 dished out by Grand Blanc in the last seconds of the ij' game. In non conference play, however, the Raid- 59 ers came out even, with one loss, and one victory. Coaches Charles Sell, and Ronald Bigelow are also looking forward to a good season next year, with several lettermen coming back. Good luck Flushing High School team of 1958. .45 N Bw, -vow . A wwf' 1 ,pf-XL Q 01 v, h ,, ' 2 -" ..,f- , A 1 .gm 1' A ' D, , , 'f f-2......L-,. -'-irwhif L ' Gary Blass Au County Dar Christianson Larry Bower lst team Honorable Mention x.l an Jack BT3-2-H159 Carl Braamse Mill Au County Bob er Honorable Mention lst team an 'ilfuff y a , i 2' fy rf , " if I ,, 'M ' A Hizefiy ff'-1 ,aff I , 9,44 . f, ,,aL,,f 4 ,Mya ' fl' yauahf 'Q ,aff jack Ransom A11 County TOU1 Bum? 2nd team 0 V jack Cowen Honorable Mention Bill Kneiper ,rs un Sam Feke 'EP'--21. 95, ,fu V Q' 4, ff: if X3 Q X K 21:1 Q H gpm film " Xwt 2 of ff,,,zif F MI" 551 . f f7J.z-'5f-z1g- " Q jerry Smith Mike Damrn Honorable Mention L.. , ., 7 J' C Orrin Morin john Rappuhn . " U b i Q'-"E 31 ' .ff eww. I .SN W . ' Charles Rowe Honorable Mention jack Bigilow Honorable Mention N L 3' ' Q39 'x Junior Varsity Football -'T A , '1 " tk--qi,--7m,,,,-ya,-wl'lg,f,..r Front row: ,nun Left to right: Gary Skinner, Jack St. John, jim Payne, Bill Becker, Ron Lomerick, Wayne Cobb, Torn Ballmann, Leroy Price, Loren Gillespie. Second row: Ken Bigelow, Tom Damm, Raymon Eissinger, Pat Domine, Carter Swartz, Terry Peck, Bob Newbury, Matthew Sazy, Tommy Weidenhammer. Third row: Coach Robert Geese, Dick Stroub, Bill Keillor, Ron Cole, Roger Byrd, Dick Swanson, jerry Allan Bob 7 Rowe, Warren Brooks. Although the record of the junior Varsity wasn't Flushing too impressive, we feel that many important things Flushing were accomplished. The Raiders closed the season Flushing with a 1-4 record. In spite of the losing season,the Flushing boys leamed many of the basic fundamentals such as Flushing blocking, tackling, and ball-handling, and we feel that with a little more team co-operation, they might have compiled a better record. There was a lot of potential on the team and with a little more spirit, they should be able to make up for this losing season in the next two or three years on the varsity. Om' thanks to Coach Bob Geese for his all-important part in F1ushing's football building program. Beecher Bendle Grand Blanc Lakeville Mandeville Freshman Football 'lr First Row Left to right: Larry MacDonald, john Nellis, john Clark, Bob Bloss, Tony Kuna, Gordon Waterous, Gary Young, Bob Sellars. Second Row Left to right: I-larlon Rose, Roger Domke, jim Prevett, jim Navidonaki, Gary Carlson, jerry Odell Don Fox, Bill Reynolds. Third Row Left to right: Don Woodrich, Russel Manley, Fred Billings, Mike Malloy, Gary Peppler, Winston Blackford, john Hawkins, Dan Gibbons. Fourth Row Left to right: Rene Fel-ce, Doug Rowe, Dave Gardener, Bob Scafe, Fred Valosek, Dick Caplis, Barton Primm, Mike Delehanty, Coach Bennett. With a 4 game schedule, Coach Bud Bennett brought the Freshman football team of 1958 through a season with a 1-3 record. The team, consisting of 33 players, was thought to have several boys who showed football potential. Throughout the year, the team gave Coach Ben- nett a show of enthusiasm and cooperation plus po- tential and ability which assures strong teams in the future. F lushin g Flushing Flushing F lushing 6 Clio O Clio 21 Grand Blanc -Q Fenton 33 7th and 8th Grade Football 51? Kneeling Left to right: Darrell Stecco, David Rosencrantz, Leonard Graham, Ron Stroub. First Row Left to right: Ron Alexander, Jack Niles, David Moorman, Don Eller, Mike Gillespie, Linwood Sabin, Bob Simpson, Tom Colton . Second Row Left to right: Page Decker, Philip jobin, Arden Irwin, Rich Wagonlander, Ralph Smith, Carl Thomas, Thede Bright, jim Burnett, Gordon Baker, Mr. Pierce. Third Row Left to right: john O'Kelley, jim Starr, Fritz Schmoak, Ralph Miller, Frank Horvath, Harold Holzworth, Bob Lifsey, Norman Bukwaz. R ,g x V, i n ,Mfrs 3 wif' fs' 'Q' l ' ..1' ' " Qs i . A 0 r x. X 5,4 "v qs rival sw" Ko? 's Kneeling Left to right: Ken Grant, Lyle Hemstreet, jeff Hill, Ray Peck. First Row Left to right: Jim Combs, jerry Hester, jim Butler, Mike Brown, jim White, Gary Fisher, john Stonehouse, Tim Lawrence, John McCarroll, Walter Heindenreich. Second Row Left to right: Mike Bigelow, Bob Becker, Jerry Dudley, Bob Rowe, Hugh Fraser, Mr. Pierce, Bill Duff, Larry Booth, Larry Sholler, Gary LaBreque, Victor Forbush. Third Row Left to right: Karl Mercer, jim Hammersley, Harold Wellstead, Jerry Stranahan, Wayne Phillips, Dallas McFarland, Bob Ahrns, Tom Farrar, Duane Cromwell, Terry Young. Varsity Basketball Standing: ' 7 F-...avi Left to Right, Coach Bigelow, Dick Wagonlander, john Rappuhn, Ron Skrceny, jack Ransom, Lyle Smith, Pete Walser, Darwin Christiansen, Gary Bloss, Orren Morin, Bud Goza, Kneeling: Left to Right, jerry Smith, Bob Miller, Bob Porn, Charlie Rowe. Coach Bigelow started the current season with one returning regular and a squad studded with juniors. For the majority of the season he alternated various combinations of seniors, Bob Porn and Gary Blossg and juniors, Charley Rowe, Dar Christiansen, Orren Morin, jerry Smith, and jack Ransom as starters. Since varsity experience was lacking, the 11 won and 4 lost and a tie with Bendle and Mandeville be- hind Grand Blanc for second place in the Genesee Class B league would be an indication that next year should be an interesting season. X There were many exciting games during the season, and there is not space to relate all of the highlights, We will all remember that last second basket by Bob Miller in the overtime win with Clio, the cut over Bob Porn's eye as he got off the floor at Grand Blanc, the great team spirit as they battled Flint Tech right to the finish, and the theft of the ball by Dar Christiansen and his pass that gave Char- leyRowea bucket and Flushing the lead in the final seconds against Kearsley, which coupled with Orren Morin's free shot gave us a two point victory. As of now we must turn back to see the 1957- 1958 basketball season, but as always happens we now turn around and look at the 1958-1959 season. It should be one to be closely watched and we take this opportunity to wish that team a very success- ful season. Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing 60 Flushing 67 'K Q G5 li-v 14 X! V 11405-, K, ,ft Q, ,XM 68 68 57 74 52 59 85 50 57 53 62 54 68 53 66 Kearsley Atherton Lapeer Chesaning Clio Beecher Mt. Morris Bendle Grand Blanc Flint Tech Lakeville Mandeville Fenton Kearsley Davison District Tournament Mt . Morris Kearsley Regional Tournament Flushing 45 Flint Tech 64 . , :mx I9-WY Smith Charley Rowe lst Team All-County Orren Morin john Rappuhn Gary Bloss Jack Ransom Dar Christiansen Honorable Mention A 11-County Bob Miller Bob Porn Honorable Mention A11-County Junior Varsity Basketball First Row: Left to Right, Larry Macdonald, Ken Bigelow, Robin Scafe, Roger Byrd, Tom Widenhammer, Larry Cross, Second Row: Left to Right, Coach Bennett Bob Hite Te P k k Rose, Bob Rowe, Bob Cross Our Junior Varsity had a disappointing season this year. Coach Bennett tried many combinations in an effort to find a winning one, but to no avail. The team showed evidence of cohesive play during parts of almost every ball game, but poor passes, defensive mistakes, and lack of field goals hampered the team all season. After fourteen losses in a row the 'law of averages' came through, and with plenty of fight and determ- ination they downed Davison in the season finale by a 46 to 40 score. We know that the boys learned a lot of basketball, and this year of experience plus an added year of age could make a great deal of difference next year. i , TTY EC , Jac St. john, jim Prevet, Stuart Johnson, H31-1011 Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing F lushing Flushing Kearsley 66 Atherton 52 Lapeer 41 Chesaning 44 Clio 51 Beecher 43 Mt. Morris 40 Bendle 44 Grand Blanc 49 Flint Tech 54 Lakeville 59 Mandeville 71 Fenton 66 Kearsley 72 Davison 40 P'- 1 ,4- 1957 Varsity Baseball First Row: Left to Right, Lyle Smith, Dale Terrell, Bill Sobey, Dar Christiansen, Charley Rowe, Orren MOTID S e cond Row: Left to Right, Bill Ramoie, John Rappuhn, Gary Bloss, Mr. Bennett, Don Walser, Doug Norton, jack Braamse . Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing F lushin g Flushing Flushing 9 8 16 7 1 O 2 6 O 2 C hesaning 3 Bendle 5 Mt . Morris 0 Grand Blanc 8 Lakeville 3 Tech 1 Mandeville 3 Fenton O Davison 7 Clio 1 1 1958 Varsit Baseball? . lx LK 1'-It lfll Ill' First Row: Left bo Righty Orren Morin, john Rappuhn, Bill Ramoie, jack Braamse, Gary Bloss, Bud Goza, Lyle Smith Second Row: Left to Righty Coach Bennett, jerry Smith, jim Macdonald, Charlie Rowe, Wayne Andersen, Pete Walser, Stan Cook, Bill Sobey, Darwin Christiansen. April 10 At Chesaning 24 Beecher 28 At Mt, Morris May 1 Bendle 5 Grand Blanc 8 Lakeville 12 Flint Tech 15 At Mandeville 19 At Fenton 22 Kearsley 26 At Davison 29 Clio Junior Varsity Baseball WY rs gi: H 14, J' f I : N, c s 6 9554146 , Cf 4 ww H ly: f 6 ' 1 5' ,A ',,, ri new H E ew U5l"'if Slffva 0' siunvf 'MEM mlf lx "fi ? D Q I '59 1 -W " stwffe V"H'4' f 6 T i , jx ' x N we , in I h-Wzgw' X fig, W A I . " 'n li ,..':.. ,,,: 5 E ' FN 1 . , Q x ' 3' A - ,ii V F Vs' A e fu .ll t -1- RT ' ug . fi!! X 1 ' ky gg, - 1 I , .552 , ,. . .RH is V ,Q 1 x X Q y MN, xx' A A 6 E ,,1.i,:": if iff, Q l 5 f H -N' "':: ' P "" "" 1 ' '-" -"" - , 3' aa q 5-err V y 5 I A M I tg , , Qqnu 9 in Vquun K 5 P Q P u f D ,, .,., , ,,,. ,,,., LWMWQ1:-it-t 1 5 ,,,:, K W., l' 1,, ' . -. i Q e f 1, N X' , Q A N, - , ,.A t 6 s i . at . E if ., F F ' F-'e A 1 . Q v ., X if 1' . . t s ft 5' i 5' -f t sgvtiis VQ., " X' ir ,iv 'rj 1 tj V." QM, Vs, . i x y w t -N 6 1 nuff ' '1 A 2 f a, 'V tu' ' A- 1- Q 3, "' A 'f' ,' 1: Qt. F "L, ft X -1 v vtig ,gif -s A 'S 'vg , ,I ., t ' 3 'f :ai Nfftixs. X -. t Xu, Q- ,Ei u ', " ,L fx l -jr a f A: .2-' , . 6 'f,fMf.iL4 6- fiiaxgfetwika s: .flkfmziQtAg1 ,i1sEv-:aS-f,-da-Sf3'- . "6-' .. fs, First Row: Left to Right, Wendell Scafe, Bob Rowe, Larry Faye, Wayne Andersen, jim Macdonald, Dick Mathews, Marvin Ebert, jerry Allen, Ramon Eissinger. Second Row: Left to Right, Loren Gillespie, jerry Smith, Mike johnson, Bill Becker, Pete Walser, jack Morrish, Carl Braarnse, Ron Balla, Mr. Geese. Flushing 4 Flushing 1 2 Flushing 1 9 Flushing 6 F lushin g 5 Flushing Q 62 Beecher 6 Mandeville 6 Bendle 10 Flint T ech. 5 Clio 8 Mt. Morris -L 36 1 V3l'Sily Track avr., uw' .,' em- '71 f'f5w8-?5'i3issTflvr5.2g Kneeling: Left to right: Roger Bird, Dick Sanborn, Harry Wheeler, Wayne Cobb, Leroy Price jack B1g61OW, Mike Darnrn Standing: Left to right: Coach Sell, jack Cowen, jack Ransom, Bob Miller, George Robb, jerry Dick Tom Mercer, Bill Kneiper The 1957 Track season was the first year of a rebuilding job for track fortunes at Flushing. Most of the early season was spent in building a track and getting it into shape for the meets. Of the 24 track prospects only George Robb, Tom Mercer, and Fred LaBarge were seniors. 1958 should show an upswing in the track picture with 16 letter winners returning.. 1958 Varsit Track .gil First Row: Left to Right, jack Bigelow, Sam Feke, Michael Damm, jerry Dick,Bil1 Knieper, Bob Miller, jack Cowen. Second Row: Left to Right, Mickey johnson, Darwin Christiansen, Orren Morin, john Rappuhn, jack Ransom, Larry Stecco, Roger Shepard, Harry Wheeler, Tom Bump, Coach Sell Coach Chuck Sell is looking forward to a reason- ably successful track season this spring. There are sixteen returning lettermen including seven seniors, eight juniors, and one sophomore. They expect to be strong in the distance runs, the 440, the relays, and most of the field events, but relatively weak in the dashes. It is quite evident in the last few years that the track members show more enthusiasm, along with effort, resulting in a big improvement in our track team this year and in the future. Good luck track- men of 1958. ?.??rf's' A A .mg ' x ...b"f .-.,,,-I HI Q, -.jfgww W I 1 Y wr al? I 2' we if wi Wa. , 'J ' , ,Q 1' v a ' Je -' 4 ...A,. Q A .L V .QV W A.. - la- ff .Q . as N humpin- ' I- 'nv,.. 5. R if 4 fx 1 W Q 'Q ' A if K 3 Q, X' QM "' 4 4 4-fa . 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' 2-Jap 6 A., A 'Lf -1 f typ, " uw V.-,J -AA' .l '.,.,3...,, , eww- ,fm f k,WQ:., ff "f?6' ,35?"i,1jQ',Q:'lvf5x-Arles' ,-fmt? K 'Wsew - YM: "fx'zH-'QV' 1. MM. l 957 Girls Softball 1 1 via. in Ns First row: Left to right: Lucy Springer, joan Mead, Susan Moorman, Mary Goldsmith, Brenda Rossell, janet Hill, Janet Bigelow, Sally Ross, Sharon Ramoie, Carol Church . Second row: Left to right: Sigrid Decker, Agnes Bendis, Deanne Ludiker, Beverly Sarlca, Judy Dow, Mary Ellen Spring- er, Joyce Stuckwish, Fern Stuckey, Patsy Rhodes, Carol Balla, Coach, Mrs. Eisinger. The 1957 girls softball team encountered a dis- appointing season as they suffered defeat at each attempt. They played only three games and didn't have much of an opportunity to improve their skill Flushing - 17 . . . . . Mt. Morris - 24 at softball. On each occasion, they were hampered Flushing - 2 ............. . Kearsley - 29 by rain, wind, or cold weather. Flushing - 4 ............... Beecher - 19 Flushing forfeit Win over Grand Blanc The team, coached by Mrs. Eissinger, did learn that team work and playing together are the im- portant things to keep in mind even though you can't win. Sportsmanship should also be displayed during the course of competition. 1957 Girls Track First row: Left to right: Charlotte Chapman, Fern Stuckey, Sally Ross, Carol Palmer, Rose Hinterman, Becky Whetham, Sharon Ramoie. Second row: Left to right: Coach, Mrs. Eisinger, Ioan Mead, Brenda Rossell, Mary Ellen Spr1nger,Ianet Bigelow janet Hill, Margret Sharp. The annual Girls County Track Meet was held lslay 17, 1957 at Flint Central High School, Beecher placed first at the meet, The l' lusliing girls entered the meet with an in- experienced team composed of two Sophomores and the remainder of the team Freshmen. Although we did not win, the girls received ten medals and several earned their school letter. The girls receiv- ing letters were Charlotte Chapman, Rose Hinter- rnan, jo Ann Mead, and janet Bigelow in the 220 relay, and Carol Palmer, Fern Stucl-cy, Becl-cy Wheth- am, Sharron Ramoie, Io Ann Mead, and Sally Ross in the 440 relay. Some of the other events were the soft ball throw, shotput, hop-step and jump, running broad jump, standing broad jump, and the 100 yard dash. Despite the disappointment at not having any girls' sports this year, the girls are still hoping that once again they will be allowed to enter the County Meet in the near future. I .--any , ju: M 3 . mg, AA 4. -Aww A , ,A-ggm. 1 Carol Palmer, Rose Hinterman ' l . f -X fun.M'w I Q V i v x, wt' Y vii. Ny' A ,idx -A ' ' ,LN l ,x , I fs . .- 1 , It vw. ,,f . ' we M vi N M- 4 Charlotte Chapman, Sally Ross '-4-s..,N, 4, ,b - -A as. .4 Carol Church Brenda Rossell, janet H111 Qu... 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In addition to the above, they donate a lot of their time for the improvement of our community They help provide children with recreation in the summer promote the Annual Homecoming, and sponsor dances These are just a few of their activities We of Flushing, have in our midst, a wonderful group of businessmen. We ought to be, and are very proud of them. Businessmen, thank you for all of your contributions to Flushing, and please keep up the good work. O .1'1' .g.j.j.Q.Q . . v+M+v l'l.-'iAl- 0 .. 1..11 1 1 1 1 1 1 ..1 1 1 11 1 1 1 : .111 1 1 1 . 1 11 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 11. 1 11 1 11 1 . 1 . '1 1 1 .1 11 1 U 1 1 1 11 1 ' 1 1 . 1 1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 11 ' ' ' 1 . 1 1 I 1 ' 1 1 1 I 1 1 ' 11 1 '11 '11 1..1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' , 11 1 I w I , 1 , L- ' - U, 1 i n ,CMY A f I , , Sj..q.,,r , 'fi . 7-M31 iv-www I ' ' ,' ,,.,Aw . . ,My I IMC' - ,Af M A ' I ,., ' I . 313 ' ,,. ,4 aJf?"""'- " ,. ' I mffhx I .4 Imwpf ffl JW N-WAi"V"'?"" 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WEST CONSTRUCTION COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS Commercial 85 Industrial CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1958 199 Coutant Street Flushing, Michigan BEST OF LUCK, SENIORS! raine ,ggucbod "YOUR PERANNOS PHOTOGRAPH ER" PORTRAIT PHQTOGRAPHY AT ITS BEST Flint Studios 525 Harrison Street Phones CE-9-2184, CE-9-2185 Detroit Studios 6941 Schaffer Dearbor Francis Palms Building Detroit Detroit Northwest Livernois When Better Students Are Built ...... FLUSHING HIGH SCHOOL WILL BUILD THEM! When Better Tools Are Built FLUSHING MANUFACTURING SERVICE VVILL BUILD THEM! Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Middleton Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Middleton Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Becker Mr. and Mrs . B. G. Landon Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Duke Peoples State Bank of Flushing Flushing, Michigan The Bank in the Center of the Block Member of Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 3? interest paid on savings deposits OFFICERS F. W. Hertrich Geo. L. Bower Paul D. Bueche James F. Preston Paul G. Shepard Mylo Ragan Howard Bueche H. L. Mann CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS LEE COY MOTOR SALES CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Sales 8: Service Buy and Sell Used Cars 103 Maple Street Flushing Ph. 9-6252 Michigan .- an :5Ff'-:5:':cF '."::. - - .. 1 0.1 4 I Our Best Wishes to the Seniors of 1958 FRANK MCNALLY INCORPORATED CZHIEMRQILAET EBLJJC x--' ""-R"f-fA ' , FLUSH1NG'S BUICK AND CHE VROLET ,Q :,..::., ,-I: K-,x Q-as -A.,. at :V V .. ., ., Rc 1 , X qi ss , 'bee E " DEALER E EEE , Q E is Ja..-is 4 f'-'F' H ff ' M Pierson Road 'T' ' Flushing, Michigan gs, s P 0 NTMC mc, . wsiwxwiai , .-'x.i fwwv - 39303 ,f 4' 'WWW , '...,i E ' R Q ' Q wi, ' For the gifts you give with pride, let your jeweler be your guide EY Diamonds Watches Silverware See .HM BERSINGER OL-9-5586 131 E. Main St . .- 1- 1 .. C 'V jeftilgi P' ' 'S 1 E rioe LIN I p ff ' V , ll, T - fill?-I1 E Congratulations to the Seniors of 1958 from Billings T. V. Sz Appliances Compliments of HURLEY'S SERVICE STATION Phone: OL-9-6232 201 East Main St. Flushing, Michigan 'f"'E':' I If , 4 EHR? SCAFE'S PHARMACY Good Luck to the Class of 1958 Enjoy a Refreshing Drink at our Fountain While Your Prescriptions are being filled! 1 14 East Main Wm, ,W-fr, K 1mW'Z FLUSHING OIL Sz GAS COMPANY Gasoline - Fuel Oil - Tires Kerosene - Accessories 301 Main Street P. O. Box 25 u ' hi oL-9-6312 Fiushing, Mich. Flushmg MIC gan FLUSHING LUMBER COMPANY Extends Compliments to the Class of 1958 Flushing, Michigan Cleaning - Pressing Repairing FLUSHING C LEANERS 510 Chamberlain Street Flushing Michigan kan Congratulations, Graduates Best Wishes, Seniors Bailey's KAPP'S CONSTRUCTION COMPANY FLUSHING HARDWARE 1102 East Main Street 104 East Main Flushing Michigan We Deliver OL-9-5567 OL-9-5281 Congratulations I Congratulations to the SMITH'S SUPER MARKET Class of 1958 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRODUCE Compliments of MEATS AND GROCERIES OF QUALITY FLUSHING BAKERY . We Del1ver Flushing, Michigan OL-9-5713 MAIN S HARDWARE GENERAL HARDWARE-APPLIANCES PAINTS-SPORTING GOODS 115 East Main Street Telephone: OL-9-5072 X- Congratulations, Graduates FLUSHING OBSERVER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING 208 E. Main Flushing, Michigan OL-9-6351 fr Congratulations Seniors Compliments of BUECHE BROS. SUPER MARKET Flushing, Michigan S..-all" CONGRATULATIONS , SENIORS! Truck and Trailer Bodies BUILT AND REPAIRED Custom Welding 127 South Cherry Phone: OL-9-5412 ,Av-"" L 3 om ms.-it W- 5171 xml 'ff' I' MECJW Dorothy Schiestel MAC'S STANDARD STATION Corner Cupboard Gift 3131013 Tires Batteries Congratulations, Seniors Lubrication Gasoline Flushing Michigan Flushing Michigan ,W l ig PAUL PARIS CLEANERS Congratulations to the . Class of 1958 Free pickup and delivery First State Sz Savings 101 E. Main St, OL 9-5841 Western Auto Associate Store AUTO PARTS - TOYS SPORTING GOODS Cecil Blackmore Agency General Insurance When you see me, don't think of insurance, but when you think of insurance, see me. Ph. OL 9-5542 124 N. Cherry St. Flushing, Mich FLUSHING PLUMBING and HEATING General Hardware-B.P.S. Paints Plumbing 8. Heating Supplies-Pumps Shepard 8. Rugun Insurance Agcy. Insurance of All Kinds . , 122 E. Main Street Flushing, Michigan- Flushing M'Ch'9C'n JERRY Congratulations to the Class of F1ushing's Big Dealer Extends Compliments to the Seniors of 1958 STORE for DAD and LAD Central Distributors "Sports Center" Marathon Gas Sporting Goods Congratulations I Flushing Laundry Shirt Laundry 101 E . Main OL-9-5911 J. A. Byerly CO, 118 East Main St, Flushing, Michigan Congratulations Seniors of '58! B U E C H E Implement Company Compliments of STALEY'S Congrofulofions, Graduates! Form and Home Supplies Flushing Michigan 130 Maple Street Ol 9-5732 FAMILY SHOE STORE CONGRATULATIONS 120 E. Main OL 9-6212 Flushing. Michigan JACOBS AND MILLERS Congratulations to the Class of 1958 KEN'S SHOE REPAIR 104 Maple Flushing, Michigan Congratulations to the Class of 1958. JIM'S BARBER SHOP 105 Main Street Flushing Michigan Hairstyling Bcst Wishest to,thc Permanents CIHSS of Off Haircutting PARA-MONT DRESS SHOP LEADER OF LADIES' APPAREL OL-9-5272 118 East Main Flushing, Mich- Permanent Waves a Speciality COZY BEAUTY NOOK 115 North Cherry Street OL-9-5656 CHUBBY'S WALLPAPER SL PAINT 212 E. Main OL 9-6313 GROVE BROS. 5? to S1 STORE FLUSHING, MICHIGAN Dr.8.Mrs. M. C. BIGELOW Ofbnt FLUSHING MICHIGAN Compliments of The Luce Pharmacy WE HAVE APPRECIATED, ALSO ENJOYED YOUR PATRONAGE Flushing Michigan Congratulations to the Class of 1958. BEDFORD 8: SON DRY GOODS TELEPHONE: OL-9-6272 110 East Main Flushing, Michigan Congratulations I SOLCUMS FROZEN FOOD LOCKER Home Dressed Meats 109 Main Street OL-9-6151 Flushing, Michigan Congratulations to the Class of 1958 Dr. W. J. Braamse Dentist Flushing, Michigan JEAN JANET SHOPPE The First in Children's Apparel and Ladies' Sportswear Flushing, Michigan V33 byq3g,f5jf!gQ 2?,5 Q59 WM vjf 'JM -Milf' ff! in gy xN Q,..,,.,.,.usm...'GM-41 WM E Autographs . Aga EMM fa-L.f7A,.ZA7 EU Z . Zfwfaw X W- DADJ-L4-, 1g3iX?.fQ-3,5335 33 ix SEN YM Qiwgymm Q Q H R ui '69-NA 2 V WU! xgjf U . Wy R . Cv Au tographs J M ,,,,, ,V 031' if Vp? M fr'4x,,M,,7fff5f'W'j Q!! PM im' ' "wif it , . PDM My SLQYSQLXQ 1 05 , , Xgwibix h' 'Q 7? ' QW jp DQ gb CQ kg My Wm 'W Www 5' 1-QQ A10 ,J 'gvwffgg k i 1 ' 'f Xl M? +,1 tp Ak?gWlJ,4p 5 44' w,,,,ri " ZUWDPQ . wfg 11' it xg fig, ,pw Wiwm W is XJ W WY MW WW My W J MQ , Y WW W ,M Q3 yXf? f4l Qc 21ff fXff2fC f! x N 0 J f . 'Y - NL ', f 9, lf? 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