Flushing High School - Perannos Yearbook (Flushing, MI)
- Class of 1959
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Prologue. . .
We of the Annual Staff have consented to publish Tryx O'Ryat's
account of the year 58-59 in the form of an annual for the benefit
of the students of Flushing High School. Tryx, though a new
student at Flushing this year, seems to have been included in or
associated with nearly everything that went on during the school
year. Having introduced you to the author, we will step into
the background and let her show you her collection of pictures
and events .
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TRYUMFF VAN BRAWN
This is the picture of the blond bombshell
who is really a blast in everything he tries.
This year he was in Varsity Club, played
Football and Basketball was out for track,
was on the Aww Staff, Blazer swf and
Student Council. P.S. Oh yes, he is also
attending U. of M. next fall.
This is my senior picture. My activities
this year were Glee Club Band, Beta,
Annual staff, Blazer Staff, senior Assemmy,
and Student Council. I enjoyed the football
season more than anything else. After this
year I plan to attend U. of M.
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Table of Contents
Beginning of My Adventure P
In which I am iniroduced
Chapter II. D
, Brains Behind my Diploma P
In which I meet the teachers
- Books and Bombshells P
In which the clases of
Flushing are portrayed.
Chapter IV .
Busy Daze P
In which my days become
Brawn Takes Over P
In which the atmosphere
Business End of Things
In which the business
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Beginning of m Adventure
I only arrived in Flushing today and I have met lots of people al-
ready. This morning while our furniture was being moved into our
new house, the boy next door came over and offered to help. His
name was Tryall, or something like that. Mother sent him and me
out on the porch with cookies and lemonade-after he knocked over
our best lamp. I don't think Mom likes him too well. Well anyway,
he was telling me about Flushing High School. He sounds terribly
worried about returning. I wonder why. It sounds SUPER, simply
SUPER. I was silly to feel so bad about moving to a new school in
my senior year-missing the special things and all. It sounds like
Flushing has quite as many exciting things as Rockylawn High has .
Our neighbors here are wonderful fexcept for that horrible Tryallil
Tomorrow I'll go to school to enroll and buy my new books.
P.S. How do you get lemonade stains out of a perfectly adorable
August 29 .
If only these next five days would disappear and school could
start right out. After today I can hardly wait. I made out my
schedule with Mr. Long first. He told me a little about Flushing
while I was there. He also introduced me to some teachers that
were going by. I was lucky enough to get pictures of all these
people. The Flushing Observer introduced all the new and old
teachers in the paper, along with Mr. Long, Mr. Crouse Qwho is
the superintendent-I haven't seen him yetj and the school board. I
will paste them on my next few pages .
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MR. RICHARD LUTHER if
Board of Education
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Mr. John Rowe, Secretaryg Mr. Richard Luther, Presidentg Dr. Niles Owens
Trusteeg Mr. Dale Mercerg Trusteeg Mr. Edward Delehanty, Treasurer.
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Mr. Marion Crouse
The superintendent of the Flushing Community Schools is Marion D. Crouse. Mr.
Crouse has headed our schools for fourteen years-coming here in 1946 from Richmond,
Michigan, He has his A. B. and M. A. degrees from Central Michigan College.
All of us have a great deal of respect for him for he is fair in his treatment of us and
in his delegation of responsibilities to us. Last September Mr. Crouse transferred his
office from the main lobby of the high school, where it has been located for the past
thirteen years to the main lobby of the Central Elementary. He has spent endless,
tireless hours on the plans for the new building soon to be erected for the senior high
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Mr. Bertrand Long
Mr. Long came to Flushing High School in 1956 from Edwardsburg where he
spent several years in the teaching field. In addition to this vast experience
with school problems, he has an A.B. degree from Western Michigan College
and an M.A. from the University of Michigan.
His main duties includeg care of attendance, teacher supervision, scheduling,
and maintenance of the school in general. He works with the Student Council as
well as helping us work out our numerous little problems that seem to pop up
We students respect and appreciate Mr. Long's encouragement and his patient
efforts in helping us build for our future years. He is a friend as well as
counselor to all of us.
GEORGE C, ARNOLD
South Eastern State
University of Oklahoma
Michigan State Normal
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VICTOR W DEPAOLI
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CHARLES Z. LUCIA
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University of Michigan
Miclugan State Univeisity
Western Michigan University
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University of Michigan
Northern Michigan College
DORIS JEAN MOON
University of Illinois
University of Michigan
Nfichi gan State University
University of Detroit
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University of Michigan
CHARLES H. SELL
Mt. Union College
W. J. SMITH
Notre Dame University
Western Michigan College
Flint Junior College
University of Michigan
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Ypsilanti State Teachei-'s College
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WEBB WI-IIT MER
University of Dayton
University of Missouri
Western Michigan College
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ROBERT J, YOUNGREN
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The seniors of 1959 take great pride in dedicating this Perannos
to Mr, Glenn Fox. By this dedication we would like to play our
part in helping him celebrate his 25th anniversary of teaching.
The greater number of Mr. Fox's vears of teaching have been
spent at Flushing High School. Besides his regular teaching
curriculum, he has coached baseball and has always dedicated
much of his time to the school plays and other dramatics. A
person such as Mr. Fox is rarely forgotten by those who have met
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One of the seniors who would have graduated this
year was Ray Prieur. He met his tragic death on V V
October 28, 1956, in an automobile accident, '
Ray was born and grew up in Flushing. He always l
loved the out of doors, and as a young boy he enjoyed V -
going on camping trips with some of his friends, girl, 1 ,ji ,
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DAR CHRISTIANSEN CHARLES ROWE
ATHLETICS INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC ATHLETICS
MARY Lou ROBINSON - CREATIVITY KEN CARPENTER ' AGRICULTURE
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E MR HOWARD SMITH MR. GEORGE MILNE
The Senior Class of 1959 wishes to extend their deepest appreciation to our sponsors.
Mrs. Bilow has been our sponsor through the entire four years of high school. Mr. Milne
has sponsored us for the last two years, and Mr. Smith, new to the faculty this year. We
especially want to thank them for their guidance in planning the Junior refreshment con-
cessions at the home games last year, and also for helping to plan and decorate for the
Junior-Senior prom. We appreciate their help in the selling of Christmas card and maga-
zines in our Senior year to earn money for the Senior Trip. We, the graduating class of
1959, Wish to extend our appreciation for the outstanding job they have done.
Fred Wagonlander, Big Brotherg Mary LOU
Robinson, Big Sisterg Sue Byard, Secremryg
jack Ransom, Presiclentg Janice Griffith,
Vice Presidentg Sheila Putnam, Treasurer.
DANIEL WILLIAM ADAMSON
"Dan"-We will all remember l
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Chevy. He played football in his, ' 2
freshman year. He would like to AF' QM I
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Glee Club, Paint'n Patch and on the
Blazer Staff . She was candidate for
Homecorning Queen twice and was on
the Queen's com in her junior year. NN
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"Bub"-Here's a guy with a very
keen sense of humor. He was a mem-
ber of the F.F.A. during high school.
He is uncertain about his plans for the
future, but he thinks he will attend
RONALD EDWARD BALIA
"Ron"-After graduation, which
was most memorable for Ron, he
wants to attend Ferris Institute. At
present he has been active in band
and baseball. His hobby is huntins!
WAYNE JAMES ANDERSEN
"Esquire"-Wayne spent most of his
spare time, at least in his senior year,
working at Bueche's. He has taken
part in band, baseball, and annual staff
LOIS SYBLE ARMSTRONG
"Lois"-The Homecoming Parade
shines brightly in Lois' list of memories.
She has been in Glee Club for three
years and in F. H. A. also. Her favorite
pastimes are watching basketball
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"jerry"-jerry attended Flint
Northern for a year and alhalf before
he came to F lushing. Afller graduation
he is planning to atte?j4d'General Motors
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"jan" Here's one of the favorites
of the class. She was a cheerleader,
'played softball, ran track, sang in
Glee Club and was Vice President of
the Student Council.
ANN KAREN BIACKFORD
"Annie"-In accordance with her
love for music, Annie was in both
Band and Glee Club during high school,
She was our jimior class president and
our senior class Student Council rep-
resentative. She was on Annual Staff,
RAYMOND JOHN BOLT
"Ray"--Ray enjoyes water skiing
and hunting. He has no definite
plans for the future. The Senior Trip
holds a sparkling place in his memory.
LARRY DEAN BOWER
"Cooter" Cooter played football
and baseball, ran track, and was on the
Varsity Club He thinks he'll always
remember the 1958 football season
when we ahnost Won the championship.
CAROLYN JANET BOYER -
arrot"-Carrot loves tennis and
succes found her in it besides! In
school she was kept busy with Band,
being a majorette, Glee Club,
Annual Staff, Paint and Patch. Carrot
looks forward to college next: year.
CARL EDWARD BRAAMSE
"Aunt jamima" Football, Baseball .
and Varsity Club were Aunt Jamina's
main interests in high school. All of it y
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"Dick"-Dick enjoyed belonging to
the Band all four years. He thinks
tlwugh, that he enjoyed the days that
the Band went to Ann Arbor for Band
Day most. The contra-bass is lcind of
big for you, isn't it Dick?
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MARY JANE CALLAI-IAN ,I
"Mary"--After graduatio Ivlilxr
would like to attend college but her '
plans are not yet definite. Basketball
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"Ken"-Ken was a great addition
to our Boys' Glee Club. Not in ac-
cordance with his three years in f
F, F,A,, he's going to jointhe Air
Force after he graduates.
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PEGGY JANE COMBS
"Peg"-Peg was a four year member
of the Girls' Glee Club, She also
belonged to F. H.A. and Paint and
Patch, Peg will always remember the
wonderfull trips she's taken with her
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"Jim"-Jim has had a part-time job
at Cunninghams Drug Store for the past
two years. After school he annie he'dQ if - ' 507 Cf h Y,
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CLIFFORD FRANK CASABON
"Cliff"-Clii has been working
at Van's Photo Shop doing miscel-
laneous jobs. The service looks like it
will be mighty inviting to him after
graduation. What branch, Cliff?
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"Clay"--Clay has been ano of
our outstanding a eta, ta
football , basketb ck.
He has bee ' ' st sity
club , a depdlcoun treasurer
this ear fteL9gT dydation, he plans
to sffhqczlfllirobably U. of M.-
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SANDRA MAXINE CUDDEBACK
"Sandy" Sandy was the first
Homecoming Queen at F. H, S, to wear
a crown, carry roses, and wear a
banner. I am sure she'll never forget
this, Blazer Staff and Glee Club.
BONNIE SUE DALTON
"Bonnie" Bonnie is especiallly
fond of jokes. She gave Mr. Sell 3,
Piece Of SPODEG with fmsting on it
for an April Fools' joke. She was in
Glee Club, F. H. A., Paint'n Patch
and Blazer Staff. '
VIRGINIA SUE DARE
"Ginnie"-Ginnie says she loves
everybody, but she and Mary Lou
have become a familiar sight.
Photography is her hobby, baseball and
football her favorite sports, and the
Prom her favorite memory. She took
part in Glee Club.
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horses and collecting records. She UQ PA'-1
was in Glee Club during her last cj'Uf"
three years of high school. She looksbx OU
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majorette-4 years F.H. A4 S ba-U
2 years, Sports Club last year, annual '
Staff this year-yep, that's what
Judy has enjoyed, We'll all remember,
as does Judy, the wonderful job she
did on our Junior Prom preparation.
EVELYN KAY DOWEN
uEVe1yn"-Evelyn's favorite past-
fime is V, C. Y. and church work. In
school she has been active in C166
Club, F,I-LA., F, N.A. Most of all
she remembers the big moment when
we got our class rings!
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MARK BARRY DE COURVAL
"Mark"--He lilces to remember
the time he got all "A'5" for his
final marks of his sophomore year.
He has really been active this past
year-being Sports Editor of the
Blazer, working on the Perannos' staff,
doing a wonderful job in the school
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vvMa,ry" Mary p ans to goto a
business school after graduation. She
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school. Her hobbies include fishing and
DANIELLE MARIE DYER
"Danny"-We were pleased when
Danny came here in our junior year
530m N01-them, She held offices in the
Girls' Glee Club and Beta Chi Theta
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"Rona"-Drawing and dancing is
associated with Rona, but she's taken
part in Annual Staff, Blazer Staff,
plays, assemblies also. Rona will re-
call the Prom, graduation and Nanc,
for where there's one, there's the M
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GLORLA JEAN GAMBER
Gloria" Quietness doesn't always
' mean dullness. In her case, it means
brightness. She was in Glee Club and
Beta Chi Theta. She will always
remember Beta Chi Theta initiation.
BARBARA LEE GARDNER
"Barb"-Barb played the clarinet
in the band, She would like to get a
job someplace after graduation. As
for many of us, the Junior Prom was
her most memorable event during
MGRALEE ANN GOEBAL
"Mora1ee" Reading is Moralee's
hobby, but she's certainly not a book
worm. She thinks she'll always remem-
ber getting in trouble in typing class
because of her extra-long fingernails.
LARRY ROGER CLIFFORD
"Frank" He seems very quietg but
when you get to know him, he's a small
riot. The drop in his marks is the event
which he says he'll always remember
about good old F. H. S.
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CATHERINE DORIENE GRAHAM
"Cathy" or "Em"-Vivid memories
are plentiful for Erng among the
brightest shine her Junior Prom, grad-
uation and our victory over Kearsley
last fall. Em has taken part in Glee
Club, F.l-LA., and Annual Staff.
FRANK RICHARD GREGSON
"Frank"--At present Frank works
his spare hours at Cheney's Marketg
as for the future he has no definite
plans. Graduation will always remain
a favorite memory for Frank.
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"Jackie"-Jackie loves to do chhrch
work, especially with children. Her
favorite hobby is playing the piano.
She hopes to get a job in commercial
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"Shelia"-Shelia will remember
many wonderful occasions-the home-
coming parade, Glee Club's festival
y at Mandeville and our trip. After
'ws' school she intends to go to buSi116SS
'B' school and get married.
BARRY FOX I-IOLLENBACK
"Barry" Barry plans to attend the
Flint junior College after graduation.
He especially likes football and amateur
radios. He, like all high school seniors
looks forward to graduation.
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SHIRLEY M. , HORTON
"Shir1"--Shirl wan1s to be a nurse
in the future. She now works pert
time in a hospital, Her favorite:
memories are of the prom and the
trip, She took part in Glee Club,
Paint S Patch, Annual Staff.
JUDITH MARY HUNT J p M, ,U N X XL
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exception. She participated in F . H. A. y S X' i XXX V Q'
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WILLIAM PATRICK JANHXIICK
"Bill" Bill played the baritone in
band for fouryears. He's not only a
very apt student but a very good sport.
Wherever there's fun, there's Bill.
RICHARD ANTHONY JARSCZYNSKI
fm , "Dick"-Dick's favorite entertain-
ments are hunting, basketball, and
dating. For the future he has no
definite plans. Dick's most memorable
event was the prom,
IEANNE CLEONE JENSON
"Jeanie"-"Those were the days,"' 5,
S9-YS. Jeannie recalling Driver's .
Tramning and all its memorable
moments. Jeannie has been a part of 3
our band the last four years, but nf
among additional interests she loves 'lb
swimming and photography,
JAMES ROBERT KIACZ 'R
"lim"-Jhn was one of our fortunate i
four year Band members, That is A 9
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"Imp"--This little 'imp' loves to
sew and handy she is too, She treas-
ures the memories of prom night and
our senior trip above others. Under her
deceiving armor of silence, her friends
agree, "She can be quite a terror!"
LORAINE ADELE LEWIS
"Lou"-Lou was the vice president of
F ,I-I, A, during her senior year. She
also belonged to the Girls' Glee Club
for two years. lou will always look
back at our football games with fond
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"Trestle" Although Flushing was
only forttmate enough to have him one
year, tHe went to Flint Centra1.j he
made a good impression here the
first day. He accidently wall-:ed into
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CAROLYN ROSE LUCIUS
"Carolyn" Here is one of the
quietest girls in the senior class. She
was in Glee Club in her junior and
senior years, and plans to be a
secretary after graduation.
DEANNA F AYE LUDIKER
"Deanna" Deanna is undecided about
her future, She played softball in her
freshman and sophomore years. She also
was in Glee Club when she was a
sophomore, Softball is her favorite sport.
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"jim" jim is outstanding in band.
He was a "First-chair" french horn
player, drum major, and student band
director. He also excelled in baseball
and maintained very good marks.
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"Gary'! Gary was in F.,FQ Al. diirin
his last two years in-high school. He
enjoys football, hu-ilti'l3.gl and guns,
Flint J. c. is clioice lfor afcdiiege
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"june" June belongs in the ranks
of the quiet but friendly girls. She
may not be heard when she's around,
but she's certainly noticed. She is
always willing to help someone,
NANCY IOSEPHHXIE MARTIN
"Nano"-Nano loves water skiing
and classical music, but around F. H. S.
she was a familiar, welcome part of
assemblies and plays. She has taken
part in Band, Blazer Staff and Annual
Staff. College is next for Nano!
RICHARD BRIAN MATI-IEWS
"Dick"-Dick has constantly been
with Bill, Jack, and Jim. He's going
to miss them when he goes to college
next year. He participated in Band,
football, and baseball during high
RONALD JOSEPH MATSKO
"Ron"-Part-time at Mansou.r's
kept him busy, but not enough to
interfere with his favorite--football and
archery, Frank, Dick, Ron, Dennis,
Kerry, Dave are his pals. After
graduation he's not sure of his plans-
military service, college, a job?
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BERNARD MICHAEL MCGRAW
"Bud"--Bud was a real credit to
, our school when he made the All
'f OJ County Football Team in his senior
year, as a result of his hard work on
. the team for four years, He also was
pg of in varsity Club,
' W h wA JEANNE Mc INTYRE
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J 4 ' Glee Club, and Annual Staff this year,
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"Judy"-Judy is another of our four-
year band members. After graduation
she plans to go to business school.
Basketball, football, dating, ranks tops
JOHN FISK MOHRISH M f .
"Jack"-Slciiizmg, water or snow, 15
jacys favorite Eport, but in school he
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membelfapd pre'side1:l1:, ,ind a Varsity
Qilub uifember. .
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when Mansour's Super Market burned,
because he lost his job! He P15111-'S on
joining the Army after graduation-
Uncle Sam's, of course.
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"Nano" Flushing really was lucky to . .Q 'E K Q'
win her from Mandeville, She always ., A 'W N X
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"Kathy"-Kathy worked as a life' ,g wifi
guard at the pool every summer ,L V A
during high school. she was in bow" l
Band and Student Council for two k ,
years, and was Annual S1:aff's treasurer -"f
in her senior year. She remembers
the '58 Keaisley football game.
JUDITH MARIE OSONTOSKI
"Judy"-Judy really enjoyed her
four years in Glee Club, After
high school she plans on going to
J. C. to become a Medical Secretary.
IEAN MARIE PAJTAS
"Jeannie" eannie has t e
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Club, Blazer Staff, and F. H.A, Her
favorite sport is basketball and eating
pizza tops her list of pastimes. After
graduation she hopes to get a job and
go on to school.
JEAN AGNES PIERCE
"Jeannie"-Jeannie wants to go to
J. C. and study teaching after gradu-
ation. She now works at babysitting
and church work. The Junior Prom
was one of her most memorable eventsg
she is also a Glee Club member.
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"Putt" Putt's activities during her
high school years were Glee Club, Annual
Staff, and Class Treasurer. She will
always be loved for her bright, happy-
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, 'f " "Dave"-Dave has been a familiar
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JOHN ALBERT RANSOM f 'b
"Ripper" Rip was outstanding in
football, track, and basketball. He
also played baseball in his freshman
year, He was the Senior Class
President, on Annual Staff and Student
Council and in the Varsity Club.
JOHN W. RAPPUHN
"Poone"-John was an outstanding
athlete all four years of his high school
career, He participated in football,
basketball, baseball, and track, and
he was a proud member of Varsity
Club, He was on the Annual Smff.
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uJudyH..Judy was happy that sne
joined the Girl's Glee Club in her
Senior year, She is l'1Opi1'1g to :become
a telephone operator. She enJ0Y5
music very much-maybe because she
was in Glee Club,
VIRGINIA ANN ROSE RICHARDS
"Virginia" Virginia's most
memorable events were her Junior and
Senior Proms. She was in F. H. A. for
four years and was the treasurer in her
sophomore year. She also loves
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"Lou"-Lou has been in glee club '
and this year is an artist for our annual,
She loves art and plans to study it in 4
college. To Lou everything about
school is grand except of course
DONALD ARTHUR ROGERS
"Don"-Don was a member of the
band during his freshman year. He
plans on going to an Elecuonics school
after he graduates, as he likes to work
CHARLES EDWARD ROWE
"Chas" I'm sure all of Chas's class-
mates will always remember him for
his excellent basketball playing. He
also played football and baseball. He
was on the Student Council and in the
THOMAS NEWELL ROOT
"Tom"-Tom wants to go on to
J. C. after graduation and become
"rich and famous!" Good beginning
anyway, I-Ie was active in football
for two years and worked at the pool
in the summer.
SANDRE LEE RUTLEDGE
"Sandy"-Sandy hopes to go to
school at Hurley Hospital and become
an X-ray technician after graduation.
She participated in F.H.A. for two
"Ron"-Ron plans to join the Air
Force after graduation. At the prrese
time he works at Hamad Bros in his
spare hours. Ron's favorite sport is
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MARGARET ANN SHARP
"Margie"--Margie works part-time
this year in the town libraryg and with
the good experience of being one of
our school librarians, success is bound
to be hers, She was our girls' track
manager also, as she loves sports.
MARY LOU SHARP
"Lou"-lou has been an artist for
the Blazer during the P2511 TIWO Years-
She is going to follow this up and
major in art when she goes to college.
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WENDELL LEE SCAF2
"Wendy"-Wendy has made a
ringing impression on everyone.
Could be because he was F1ushing's
A ffl bell-Finger. He participated in
F. F.A. and baseball and was our
junior Class Secretary.
KATHRYN FRANCES SCOBLE
"Kathy"-Kathy was a member of
the Girls Glee Club during the first
two years of high schoegi, 'She hopes
to get a jobpgnfl go to, ollege after
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JERRY LYNN SMITH
"Smitty"-Smitty's favorite sport
is basketball but he'll never forget our
football games with Kearsley and Clio
last fall! He has also been active
in baseball and track. After school
he'll join the Armed Services.
LYLE RAY SMITH
"Lyle"-Lyle hun.1:s and collects
guns for his hobby but in school he
played baseball and basketball and
was a Varsity' Club member, At
present he hasn't a job, but after
graduation he hopes for one.
DONNA KAREN SHELDON
"Donna"-Donna was an active
member in both F. I-LA. and Glee l
Club. She enjoys teaching Sunday"
School and playing the piano.
ROGER PHILLIP SI-IEPARD
"Rog"-Rog really enjoyed playing
football in high school. He also par-
ticipated in basketball and crack, and
was in the Varsity Club. Rog will al-
ways remember the end of his band
We stand at the starting gate
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WILL ARTHU SOBEYQwJ
"Bill"-Bill was a fine addition to
our baseball and basketball teams
during all four years, He was vice
president of our junior class. Why
Eng? you in band only two years,
LUC LLLE BELLE SPRINGER
"Lucy"-Blazer dudes kept Lucy
busy, but not busy enough to keep her
from Glee Club or from enjoying her
favorite dancing, drawing, basketball
games. After graduation and additional
business school she looks forward to
arb ai a member of the
,xg e Clu r four years. She
oy b ' g ' ,H,A., Paint and
' - a , al Staff during her
hi s l eer. She is planning on
in o o llege xtyear.
if SEANATTE ETH STANLEY
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JANET MARIE STEPHIENS
"Jan" This snappy little senior was
in the Homecoming Queen's Court in
her senior year. She wants to continue
working at Maas Bros. and to go to
business school after graduation.
"Ins" Iris played clarinet in the
band for four years. She W2-11133 to be
a secretary after graduation and we
are sure sl1e'11 be one of the best
because of her fine personality a
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"Lorraine"-Having fun, rock and
roll keep Lorraine happy. After
school she wants to go to Michigan
College of Beauty Culture, Lorraine
was a member of F. H. A, for three
LARRY IAMES STECCO
"Stec"-Football, Track, Varsity
Club, Annual Staff this year and our
student council president have all
been a part of Stec's school life. His
election holds that special place in
"favorite memories! "
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KERRY FLYNN TORRENGA
"Kerry"-Kerry takes dating and
swimming for suitable pastimes but
he remembers most the Prom. After
graduation he plans to go to J. C.
and then to work for his father.
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IUDITH ANN TRUIT
"Judi"-Judi remembers her Beta
iniation - What a night! She also
participated in Glee Club, F. H. A.,
Paint and Patch. After graduation she
plans to attend Fort Wayne Bible
College to become a teacher,
GARY ERWIN TUCKER
"Tommy Tucker" The junior girls
will all miss him when he graduates.
He's quite a cassonova. He played the
drums in band and was always on hand
for dance committees.
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H ' "Tut"-Although Tut was in F.F,A,
for four years and worked on various
farms occasionally, he plans on being
a social service worker, He enjoyed
decorating for the Junior Prom.
NANCY JANE VERNON
"Nano"--Nanc was the editor for
our Perannos-and a terrific oneg she
has been on the staff for four years and
a band member too. After gaduauon
she wants to go to Central Mich,
College to be a teacher.
CHARLES FREDERICK WAGONLANDER
"Fred" Here is one of the most
lovable guys around. He played
football and baseball and was in Glee
Club. The senior class chose him for
"Big Brother" in 1958-59.
GERALD FRED WALLNER
"Jerry"-We will always remember
when Jerry got 98 on the National
Scholarship Examination. He is
planning on College next year. He
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"Pete"-We will all remember
Pete making the All Cotmty Football
Team in his senior year. He was a
great addition no the baseball and
basketball teams also. Like the other n
athletes he was in Varsity Club.
sT!fLPDONNA IRENE WATEROUS
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r favorite hobby for Donna. When she
A graduates, she hopes to take up nursing.
In school she was a F. H. A. member.
' Most of all she remembers the Junior
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"Kathy"-Kathy has taken part in , V
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S125, Glee Club. Her favorite sports "
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After school Kathy plans to go to J. C. y
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, 'Af arlene" If everyone in this
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Dehlin, Treasurerg Carol Palmer, Presidentg Ann Robb, Big Sisterg
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Eighth Grade Class Officers
Row 1-- Left to Right--Nancy
Sell-Secretary, Carol Clark-
Treasurer, Bob White-President,
Janice Jones- Big sister
Row 2--Bob Becker-Big Brother,
larry Sholler- Vice President
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Mr. Monson, Mr, Arnald
7th Grade Officers
Katy Beebe, Margaret Wilson, Mary Schultz, Susan Robb,
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Roy Paschket, Fred Wagonlander, Dave Deneen, seated, Tom Turner.
Row 1. Shirley Lucius, Claudia Ferguson, Susan Dan-nn. Row 2. Jeanne Cuddeback, Veronica Peters, Helen Prince,
Iqyce I-lancocl-fu, Sandy Shephard, Susan Keyhole, Connie McLeod, Row 3. Molly Stanley, Margaret Scoble, Martha
Stucky, Agnes Brandon, Lynn Sperling, Janet Clark, Judy Groombridge, Nancy Westphal, Sharon Berth, Donna Bartsch,
Peggy Mead, Janet Shroyer, Karen Komjnec, Diane Kapp, Sandy Cole. Row 5. Rita Lucius, Sherrie Cogswell,
Margaret Loode, Frances Parl-5, Diane Devens, Martha Todd, Carol Morrison, Pat Sapper, jill Sherman, Virginia Gill,
Shirley Szacld, Ruth Mathews, Donna Wiley, Nada Abrams, Evelyn Bailey, Toni Duke, Suzanne Weil, Andrea Sazy,
Barbara Harburn, Pat Cogswell, Kathleen Weir, Lorraine Szacld, Diane Slager, Phillis Teachworth, Connie Keeler.
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LaBa1-ge, Sandy Hale, Kathy Howay, JoAnn Mclntosh, Louise Seirmarco, Pat Crumm, Balballa Browhliglgl leiurlttrar, Janet
Redmond, Sherron Young, Donna Sheldon, Janet Adolf, Peggy Combs. Third Row-Lois Armstrong Luc,ille Springer
Judy Osenwskl, Shella Putnam, Kathy Wiriemen, Judie Hunt, ceriiy Graham, Carolyn Boyer Bar-barb. Staley Gloria '
G9-mbefr June SP3-TRS, P3-ISV l0 Dflfllin, Nancy Jessick, Bonnie Farrar, Shirley Horton, Donna lvlclntosh, Nannette
T?rBu-Sh, Janet Shmyer, Sharon Vw ilrorr. Fourth Row-Linda Perrdeu, Linda Eve, Lorraine Lewis Dome Decew
Dianne Croover, Karen Cr1m1, Nan Enstine, Vicki Shriver, Judy Rappuhn, Marion Darling, Delta Roy, Rose Mahler
Iylisggalrlij-, lga5rIiD,1?r'laI.r'?.11CALl:cander, Nancy Noecher, Bonnie Dalton, Sharon Delehanty, Gayle Jones, Ann Zyber, Shirley
The Senior Girls Glee Club under the direction of Mr. Allan
Watterworth is composed of juniors and seniors. This year there are
over sixty members.
The Glee Club consolidated with the band for a Christmas concert
on December 18 and a spring concert on May 15. They participated
in an exchange concert with Beecher duringthe last of April, and
they went to Festival. The girls will also sing for graduation.
The Glee Club put a lot of work into their concerts and the Home-
coming Float. However, a picnic this summer will balance the work
with a fun-filled afternoon.
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for both members of Junior and Senior Glee Club. .
There are twenty-six members, many of them younger
girls this year.
During the Christmas holidays the group pa-I'1ZiCiP9-fed
in the Kiwanis' tree lighting ceremony, and 11h9Y
toured St, Joseph, Hurley, and McLaren hospitals in
Flint. Beta took part in the Junior Glee Club concert
on March 25, and they have performed in various local
churches. Plans are in the making for a trip to,
Caseville where the group will perform at Chandler
Presbyterian Church and have a picnic.
Beta Chi Theta-front to back--Danielle Dyer,
Jo Ann Mc Intosh, Patsy Dehlin, Donna Gamber, Judy
Truit, Karen Crimi, Sherri Cogswell, Louise Seirmarco
Kathy Wineman, Ann Zeiber, Linda Pendell, Bethany Cullen 2?
Molly Stanley, Kaul-ry Weir, Janet Bigelow, Kathy I-Ioway,
Joyce Hancock, Claudia Ferguson, Sheila Putnum, Nichol V , y
Mclntyre, Jo Ann Mead, Dianne Groover, Pat Cogswell,
Toni Duke, Bonnie Dalton.
Director of Vocal Music-Mr, Allan Watterworth
Row 1. Kneeling, Jean Lewis, Arlene Thompson, Judy Dow, Carol Palmer, Sally Ross. Row 2. Seated, Margaret Shuliz,
Nancy Martin, Pat Domine, Carol Balla, Bonnie Black, Karen Brown. Row 3. Marlyn Beebe, Marlyn Cloutier, Sally
Wyman, Becky Putnam, Jack Morrish, Sandra Higgins, Bob Sellars, Dick Burton, Dick Swanson, Kenneth Rathburn, Jerry
Brigham, Phil Crouse, Mary Loode. Row 4. Sue Byard, Iris Thompson, Judy Niles, Barbara Gardner, Barbara Clark, Donna
Percussion Left to Right: Gary Skinner, Gary Tucker,
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Senior Band Officers
Jack Morrish, President, Frances Pa.r11'idge and June
Martin, Librarians, Sue Byard, Sec.-Treasurer.
Chamberlain., Ardjn Irwin, Ron Crosse, Ron Mac Afee, Art Klawuhn, Jim Zuidima, Tom Anderson, Nancy Wilson, Yvonne
Kasson, Agnes Bendis. Row 5. Mr, Dial, Director, Mary Evans, Susan Luther, Marlyn McKee, Don Payne, Richard
Schmidt, Ray Eissenger, Roger Bird, Wayne Cobb, Fritz Schmoak, Dick Siroub, Craig Woodhouse, jim Plass, Nancy Vernon,
Doug Nickels, Torn Herbst, Iizn Sanbuzrn, Bill Iarnnick, Jim Kiaz, Bob Anthony, Janet Derr, Linda Jensen, Winston Blackford,
Wayne Anderson, Ron Balla, Gary Johnson.
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Director of Insumtmental Music-Mr. William Dial
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jean Lewis, Judy Dow
Drum Major - james Mac Donald
1. lgiazlijlorg. Verriongh Stephanie Fults, Becky Smithson, Linda Rhoades, Mary Jane Farthing. Row 2,
Janeha-Idwiget dwellanxehitn Xolrny, C-cgclon Baker, Mike Bigelow, Mary Ann Sellars, Joy Forbush, Tom Colton,
Coyne Art:M tt T e, Pragyne lullips. Row 3. Kenith Hedges, Io Ann Bendjs, Bobbie Rowe, Georgia
D 3, him Z Sono Om ma Teffl' YOU-D81 Jaflk Niles, Gary Fisher, Mike Wixon, Chuck Shaw Marilyn
Lcyerb ilu Y 'tonehouse, Torn Crumn, Alice Firmen, Bud Brian. Row 4. Mr. Dial, Director- Kalzhy Gonger
Rolfangs 7 113 Igwrenhcie, Jim Morse, Larry Booth, Jim White, Herb Bates, Bob White, Murray Young, ,
Le d ndvedleftmf Cjgjum ommglnv Lfi,ITYd5h011eI, 1'1EX2111hY5HilRl, Clgarleen Valentine, Karl Schmidt, Charles
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Douglas Parsons, Dale Socierman, Dandy Sex-tlzma w on rnst, Jim oeske, Karl Mercer, Bob Becker,
Drurn Major-Page Decker Majorettes-Jane Luther, Marietta Andrews, Nancy Sell, Kathy Bigelow,
lst Row-Kathryn Beebe, Susan Scafe, Peggy Wilson, Lorraine Derr. 2nd Row-Judy Gifford, Sue Sawyer, Marilyn
Hindshamer, Bonita Tenore, Anetta Bancroft, Kathy Harris, Marsha Tuffer, james Perry, Michael Puska, Mary
Schultl. 3rd Row-Joyce Baker, Margaret Mogle, Nona Roupe, Karen Seymour, joan Kiacz, Sue Ann Ecker, Tom
Parish, Kent Hamilton, james Everett, Ronnie Russell, Roger Walt, Mary Lou Wildfong, Terry Pertner, Robert
Walfram, Gary Swanson, Billy Huff, Charles Cross. 4th Row-Mr. Dial, Charles Shelhorn, Gary Rowe, Bruce Beeb
David Kapp, Rodger Manley, Carol Seymour, Bill Osterhauser, Don Crandell, William Scoble, David Dempsey,
Bryon Raymond, jim jones, Janice Turner, Mary Woodhouse, Carl Pierce, Larry Leighton, Billy O'I-Iare, David
Warren, Roger Chadwick, james Carlson, Sharon Schiestel, Michael Ferguson, Sharon Aul-ter, Sharol Doss, Diane
Blurnerich, Bonnie Haight, Douglas Gardner, Karl Shepard. Sth Row-Lynn Coyner, Steve Vamos, David Hartley.
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Officers-Kathy O'Neill, Treasurer and Business Manager, Dianne Groover,
rapherg Mrs. Moon, Advisor, Larry Stecco, Photographer
Assistant Editor 5 Nancy Vernon, Editor, Larry CLu'tis, Assistant Photog- X
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The Perannos is a yearly publication of the
Student Body. Through a picture and story
process, the activities and events of the year
are presented. Each year an assistant editor is
chosen from the Junior class and the following
year this person is the Editor. Last fall the
P.T.A. purchased a camera for the staff, and
we have certainly tried to make good use of
it. larry Stecco and Larry Curtis have trained
themselves, with the help of the Flint Camera
Shop, in the art of picture taking. Larry Curtis
will continue as head photographer next year
and an assistant will be chosen from the elev-
enth grade. We hope that you exqoy this year's
annual, for we have tried to make it a publication
that will be enjoyable to you for many years
Advertisers-Judie Hunt, Betty Lifsey QManagerj , Mark De Courval,
and Wayne Anderson. Copy Writers-Mary Redmond, Mary Loode,
Nan Enstine. Sales Manager-Carol Palmer. Artists, Yvonne Kasson
f Tryumffl , Rona F eke, fTryxy , Mary Lou Robinson, QTryal1j
Front Row-Left to Right--Sally Wyman,
Sheila Putnam, Donna Mclntyre, Shirley
I-iorbon, Catherine Graham, Sally Rogan,
Judy Dow, Ann Blackford.
Second Row-Left to Right-Nancy
Noecker, Sue Byard, Kathy I-ioway,
Barbara Staley, Dar Christiansen, Jack
Ransom, john Rappuhn, Ruth Ann l-luyck,
Kathy Wineman, Claudia Ferguson,
Carolyn Boyer, Nancy Martin.
Officers Ann Robb, Exchange Editor, Sandy Cuddeback, Treasurer, Mr
Neitzke Advisor, Becky Whetham, Editor, Martha Scott, Assistant
Editor Mark De Courval, Sports Editor.
Typists left to right Nancy Westphal Margaret Sharpe, Mary Lou Sharpe,
Nancy Martin, janet Adolf, Rona Feke Sandy Hale, Lucy Springer,
Row 1: Shirley Lucius, Becky Putnam,
Donna Chamberlain, Karon Voltz, Tina
Root, Mary Owens, Connie McCleod, Becky
Srnithson, Sharon Wilson, Claudia Ferguson.
Row 2: Sharon Berth, Jim Morse, Janet
Kneiper, Diane Slagor, Sharon Fitch, Ron
Ernst, Carol Palmer, Delores Cromwell,
Carol Westphal, Karen Fitch, Janet
Sheidler, Delta Apalleny, Diane Devens,
Francis Parl4S, Stephanie Fulis, Marietta
TINA ROOT, ANDREA SAZY, SUSAN DAMM,
LORRAINE SZACKI, SALLY LAYMAN, MRS. FLORENCE
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Librarians-left to right-Mary Owens, Tamara Anderson, Danna De Cew, Tina Root, Sharon Ramoi, Nancy Wilson
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Paint and Patch:
Front Row: Left to Right-Ann Robb, Carol Palmer, Miss Moran, Barbara Staley, Sharon Delehanty, Kathy
Wineman. Second Row: Left to Right-JoAnn Mclntosh, Judy Truit, Janet Adolf, Connie McLeod, Karen Volz
Peggy Combs, Evelyn Boyer, Shirley Horton. Third Row: Delecta Spalany, Karen Crirni, Mary Redmond, Pat
Culhane, Bonnie Dalton, Carolyn Boyer, Priscilla Vamos, Sally Rogan
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Row 1 - Margaret Scoble, Molly Stanley, Barbara Clark, Sand.ra Higgins, Janet Clark, Sharon Blanchard,
Sally Graham, Mary Owens, Susan Keyhole, Tina Root, Sandra Shephard, Pat Rachow. Row 2 -
Virginia Richards, Veronica Peters, Frances Parks, Diane Devens, Janet Church, Sally Rogan, Secretary,
Lorraine Lewis, Vice-President, Mrs. Cross, Advisor, Carol Slcreceny, Treasurer, Judy Hunt, President,
Donna Chamberlain, Judy Truit, Linda Eve, Mary Castlernan, Ruth Ann Ford, Row 3 - Irene Rogan,
Deanna Sholler, Jill Sherman, Judy Mc Graw, Yvonne Kasson, Karen Fitch, Margaret Sharp, Joan Mead,
Sandra Wright, Evelyn Bailey, Bonnie Dalton, Lorraine Starr, Pat Goldsmith, Joyce Kapp, Jean Ottaway,
Toni Duke, Gayle Jones, Sandy Rutledge, Sharon Berth, Cathy Graham, Janice Griffith, Jean Pajtas,
Row 1, yr, Mason, Advisor, Russel Manley, Secretary, John Shannon, Vice President, Ken Carpenter,
President, Larry Manley, Clyde Scott, Major Lanxton, Reporter. ROW 2: C1-,gl-165 Leonard,
Ferguson, Dale Koan, Charles Meade, Don Springer, David Gibbs, Treasurer, Bob Vance, Tom Thomas.
Row 3: Wendell Scafe, Gary McWebb,JeITY Long, Ron Kildow, Bob Boza, Joe B3-Xfef, Greg Bader,
Bill Ebert, Jim Navadonsld, Larry Mac Donald, John Cronin, Sentenals Kurt Cordes, Douglas Rowe, Ken
Lapeer, David Gardner, Warren Hostetler, Harold Ahlson,
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Treasurer, Janet Bigelow, Vice President, Larry
Stecco, President, Betty Lifsey, Secretary, Mr.
'CQ' Long, Advisor.
Row 1 Seated Betty Lifsey, Secretary, janet Bigelow, Vice-President, Larry Stecco, President, Dar Christiansen,
Row 2 Darlene Stecco, Bob Lifsey, jane Luther, Nan Enstine, Pat Domaine, jim Prevett, Charles Rowe,
Susan Luther, Ann Blackford, Margaret Wilson, Tim Lawrence.
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In Them Thar Hills." Paw has three children-
DUCIW, ETHTHV Sue and Hiram. He is in love with
Widow Daisy, Daiw has two children--Dottie Lou
and Willie. They both think each otheris children
are. small, not teenage, When they meet, the
Chljldfen are forced to dress up as 4 and 5 year olds.
Thls causes much trouble, but turns out to be a very
Paw-Gary johnson Dottie Lou-Ann Robb
Widow-Donna. De Cew W illie-Larry Manley
Ducky Belle-Carol Palmer Lizzie--Marilyn Beebe
Emmy Sue-Sally Ross Zeke-Darrell Stecco y
Hiram-Don Payne I
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This hillbilly comedy is the story of a family-Paw,
Maw, and their 6 teenage daughters, Snoddy, who is 19,
still isn't married. Paw and lviaw decide to do something.
To make things really tough, Snoddy is quiet homely,
dirty, and prefers her pet hog, Hubert, to any man. She
finally falls for Bill Vandemere, who is touring the
Southern hills with his mother, Paw tries to persuade Bill
with his gun, but Snoddy doesn't want a husband who has
to be trapped. Paw's efforts and the bang-up wedding at
the end of the play, all add up to fun for everyone.
Prissy Lou-Evelyn Bailey
Bill Vandemere-Barry Taylor
Mrs, Vandemere-Sandy Hale
Neelie Ann-Evelyn E-Oyel'
"The Canticle of the Nativity" was presented by the juniors on December 16. The play portrays the birth of
Christ and the events leading up to his birth. The play began with the prophecies of Isaiah. Next were pomayed
the Annunciation, Mary's visit to Elizabeth, Caesar's decree, the shepherds. This play did much to convey the
true Christmas spirit.
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Homecoming weekend has Just ended Goodness
but the time goes quickly! It just seems like school fi
had started when - poof - here we are at Home-
coming. I must admit that it wasn't too cheerful
the night of the game - there was a steady, dreary,
drizzle. The floats were soggy messes by half-
time. However, the dance Saturday night was
nice. It was put on by the Juniors, and Sandy
Cuddeback reigned as queen Qshe's cutej. I went
with Trymff and had a lovely time - sigh.
By the way, Tryumff and I have become quite
friendly lately. We see quite a bit of each other, in
fact, constantly. Speaking of seeing a lot of certain
people, Tryall is hanging around me like a sick dog
Yesterday he followed me all day. I wish he'd find
someone new to moon over.
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finished in fourth place behind Kearsley, Grand Blanc, and Clio, many in the colmty feel
that our Raiders were the best team. They defeated Clio and Kearsley in two of the finest
games in Flushing history.
The Raiders won five conference games , losing only to Grand Blanc and Davison. In
non-conference games our record was perfect with one win and one tie.
Although the team loses sixteen seniors , Coach Sell has a fine nucleus of returning
lettermen and a Very promising Junior Varsity.
Best of luck to the Raiders in 59, and may they keep up the fine football tradition that
has been established,
C HESAN ING 6 6 FENTON 21 6
GRAND BLANC 14 35 KEARSLEY 14 0
FLINT TECH 32 1 9 DAVISON 13 20
MANDEVILLE 14 8 CLIO 32 20
LAKEVILLE 14 13
Row 2-Mr. Snell, Adviscfrg Jerry Allen, Gene Brown,
' Larry Curtiss, Bob Newbury, Jim Mac Donald, Wayne Ander-
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Jacli Morrish, Carter Schwartz, Mike Johmomrllxayne C,obb,
Tom Ballman, Lyle Smith, Mr. Lucia, Advisor.
Row 1-Roger Shepard, Jack Ransom, Marvin Ebert,
Larry Bower, Orren Morin, Larry Stecco, Vice-Presidentg
Charles Rowe, Presidentg Carl Braamse, Program Chairmang u b
Dar Christiansen, Sec-Treasurerg John Rappuhn, Bud McGraw,
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Row 1. John Clark, joe Wood, Tony Kuna, Dave Bunt, john Nelbs, Bart Preim, Harlon Rose, Dave Gardner, john Cronin
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Don Woodrick, jim Prevett, Ron Larnrock, Terry Peck, jerry O'Dell, Gary Carlson, Larry MacDonald, Rene Feke, Mr,
Row 1. Barry Dehlin, James Morse, Richard Wagonlander, james Curtiss, Norman Bukwaz, Mike Gillespie, Ronald
Alexander, Jack Niles, Darrell Stecco, Dave Rosen Cr:-11111, Walter Korn. Row 2, Ralph Miller, Ray Paschket, Gordon
Baker, Orten Taber, Arden Irwin, Dick Sharp, Amlcose Bracey, Thede Bright, Ron Zeek, Ron Bower, Bob Lifsey, Mr.
Stablefcrd. Row 3. Iarnes Ran, Leonard Graham, Bob Crosse, Lindwood, Sabin, Ron Straub, Frank Rappuhn, Frank
Horvath, Jack Ransom, Ken Hedges, George Secsak, Ralph Smith, Tom Colton, jim Burnett.
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COACH LUCLA AND CHARLIE ROWE TALK THINGS OVER
ALL TIME, SCORER FOR FLUSHING
LEADING COUNTY SCORER
FIRST TEAM ALL-COUNTY 57-58 AND 58-59
FIRST TEAM ALL-STATE 58-59
Mt. Morris? Jan.
Cass City Jan.
Grand Blanc? Jan.
Flint Tech. Feb
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We 've Got
WHAT A BLAST
Fern Richey and Dorthy Bancraft
MR. KING JONES,
MR. DEVERE RHOADES,
MR, WARD HUTCHINSON
Adminis tration g
Board of Education
Beta Chi Theta
Board of Education
Crouseg Marion D.g Superintendent 8
Cuddeback, Sandyg Homecoming
Dedicationg Glenn Fox
Fox, Glenng Dedication
Honor Students 22
Junior Class 44
Long, Bertrandg Principal 9
Memoriamg Ray Prieur 18
Prieur, Rayg Memoriam 18
Paint and Patch 82
Social Sponsors 118
Sophomore Class 50
Student Council 84
Superintendentg Marian D. Crouse 8
Varsity Club 100
'H-,,,.1-'-"' 1 17
Business end of Things
I can hardly wait to leave on the trip. We are going to
Mackinac, and it's going to be a regular blast! Tryall is
worried to death-he gets seasick. I almost laughed out
loud when he told me. You might know something would
go wrong for him on the trip. Tryulnff and I plan on hav-
ing a lovely time. I've heard that boat trips are SO
I suppose I'll never forget good old Rockylawn High, but
Flushing will always be first in my heart-now and always.
P.S. As my last words, I would like to give credit to my
dear friends and creators . I was created by Rona Feke.
Mary Lou Robinson was the lucky? ? ? creator of Tryall and
Yvonne Kasson flove that gall was Tryumff's creator. My
story was carefully set down by the pen of Dianne Groover.
To these four people especially and to the entire staff in
general, I give my sincere appreciation for their fine work.
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oFFucE or THE covmrvon
G, MENNEN WILLIAMS
TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF
FLUSHING HIGH SCHOOL:
It is my great pleasure to extend the best
wishes of the people of the State of Michigan
to you as you graduate from Flushing High
School and embark on the responsibilities and
pleasures of active citizenship. May every
good fortune come to each of you as you
pursue your chosen fields of endeavor.
It is my sincere hope that you will find in our
great State of Michigan enjoyable and challenging
opportunities, and that you will long remain
citizens of America's Hwater Wonderland.H
GENESEE MERCHANTS BANK 8. TRUST CO.
Member of Federal Reserve System and
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
3M-, Interest Paicl on Savings Deposits
HERFF JONES COMPANY
The World's Largest
Manufacturer of Class Jewelry
Rings, Pins, Medals, Trophies, Stationery
CARL BOGGS, REPRESENTATIVE
2465 Thomapple River Drive
GRAND RAPIDS 6 MICHIGAN
You know it the instant you see it. Know that this
car is the car. Know that this is a new generation of
great Buicks. Compare Buiek '59 with others. Walk
the whole wonderful way around it, and you'll know
it still more. Here is not just new design . . . but
splendidly right design for this day and age. Here is
greatness that is Buick, speaking a new language of line
cars priced within the reach of 2 out of 3 new-ear buyers.
See and drive the CAR at your Buick dealers
A New Class of Fine Cars within Reach of 2 out of 3 New-Car Buyers
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BEST OF LUCK, SENIORS!
"YOUR PERANNOS PHOTOGRAPHER"
PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY AT ITS BEST
525 Harrison Street Phones CE-9-2184, CE-9-2185
6941 Schaffer Dearborn
Francis Pa1ms.Bui1ding Detroit
Northwest Livernois Detroit
Your Diamond and l
Watch Headquarters A
For the Gifts You Give With Pride,
lo! Your Jeweler' Be Your Guide.
131 E. Main sf. on. 9-5586 "'
BEST WISHES CLASS OF "59"
S. 84 M. LUMBER CO.
424 West Main St. OL 9-5601
FEST XXISHES SENIORS
Kapps Construction CQ, CHUBBY's wAL1.P.wER Q PAINT
Phone: OL 0-5567
mo: E. Mm sf. Flushing, Mich. 312 E- M3111 OL 9-6313
2383 North Morrish Road
Phone: OL 9-5903
Best Wishes to the Class of '59
PARA-MONT DRESS SHOP
LEADER OF LADIES' APPAREL
Phone: OL 9-5272
118 East Main FIushin9, MICI1-
General Hardware - BPS Paints
Plumbing and Heating Supplies
IO6 E. Main OL 9-5712
Congratulations to the Class of '59
PRINTING AND PUBLISHING
Phone: OL 9-6351
208 East Main Flushing, Mich
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BEST WISI-IES TO THE SENIORS OF 1959
BILLINGS TV 8. APPLIANCES
803 CHAMBERLAIN PHONE: OL 9-5111 -OL 9-5112
COMPLIMENTS AND THANKS
G R E E T I N G S!
AND HEATING CO.
- We Deliver -
'04 EUS' Main Phone: OL 9-5281
Tom SMlTH'S SUPER MARKET
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRODUCE
Meats ond Groceries of Qualify
- WE DELIVER -
Flushing, Michigan OL 9-5713
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CLASS OF T959
DELEHANTY PONTIAC SCAFE PHARMACY
Phone: OL 9-6312
H4 East Mum Flushing Mich
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 1959
FLUSHING GULF SERVICE
Flushing and Pierson Roads
120 East Main Street
Phone: OL 9-6212 OL 9.9551
JERRY WHEELER PARK'S RESTAURANT
Flushingfs Big Dealer Hove Your Poriies ot
Extends Compliments to The Seniors of 1959
T E E N R O O M
STORE FOR DAD AND I-AD 107 N. Cherry Flushing
and now for MOTHER, too OL 9-9113
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 1959
General Hordwore -- Applim-,ces
riusnmc BAKERY -- Goods
'28 115 East Main Street
Telephone: OL 9-5072
Souls C. Klmoscoii 5. Assoclfxms, INC.
C H ITECTS AN
KAL D ENGINEERS
AMAZOO FORT WAYNE DAVENPORT
FUN GOOD FOOD
Dollies Accordion Studio THE PIZZA HOUSE
204 warren oi 9-5588 Phone: CE 34644
517 Detroit Street Flint, Michigan
Dr. 8. Mrs N. A. C. Andrews
FOR FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
See The Dr. 8. Mrs. R. M. Michels
CARON LEE FLQWER SHQP Dr. 8. Mrs. W. J. Broamse
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HARLAN W. DYBALI. - REALTOR
City and Suburban Property
101 E. Main OL-9-5911
Permanent Waves a Speciality
COZY BEAUTY NOOK
115 North Cherry Street
FRANK McNAllY INC
CHEVROLET AND BUICK
7300 Pierson Road
Congratulations to the
Class of 1958.
BEDFORD Sz SON DRY GOODS
110 East Main Flushing, Michigan
AUTO PARTS - TOYS
SIocum's Frozen Food
HOME DRESSED MEATS
'I09 Main Street
Cloverleaf Dairy Bar
G-7526 Flushing Road
Phone: Ol 9-9121 Flushing, Michigan
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WEST CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
Commercial gl Industrial
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1958
199 Coutant Street
Paul Paris Cleaners
FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY
101 E. Main Sireef 01. 9-5841
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF T959
Frank's Leonard Service
4134 N. Seymour
Jean Janet Shoppe
THE FIRST IN CHILDREN'S APPAREL
AND LADIES' SPORTSWEAR
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF T959
Ken's Shoe Repair
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF I959
Tom's Barber Shop
133 E. Main St. Flushing, Michigan
Speedway "79" Service
Flushing at Pierson Roads
P1'l0ne: OL 9-9126 Road Service
103 E. Main Sireef Ol. 9-9122
When Better Students Are Built ...... Flushing High School
WILL BUILD THEM!
WHEN BETTER TOOLS ARE BUILT
FLUSHING MANUFACTURING SERVICE
wlLL BUILD THEM!
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
Compliments at DAN SEYMOUR
The Luce Pharmacy Lee Coy Motor Sales, Inc.
WE HAVE APPRECIATED, ALSO ENJOYED CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH SALES 8. SERVICE
YOUR PATRONAGE Congratulations, Graduates!
Fl'-'5hl"'9 Michigan 'I03 Maple Street Ol- 9-6252
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