Fordson High School - Fleur de Lis Yearbook (Dearborn, MI)
- Class of 1942
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EDUCATION FOR A STRONGER AMERICA
We, the students of Fordson High School, have borrowed the slogan
of American Education Week for the theme of our annual because it is
well worth remembering in these troubled times.
nEducation for a stronger America !n In peace these words meant much
to us as citizens of the United States, but now that we are at war they
hold even a deeper significance.
It has often been said that ueducation is the first line of defenselu
Leaders, as well as the people, have come to realize that only by educating
the massess can a true democracy exist. Only through education can the people
of a nation learn tolerance, sportsmanship, cooperation and understanding--
qualities lacking in the agressive dictator countries today.
Fordson High School has done much to teach the youth of omr community
the very ideals our nation is striving for. The classrooms of Pordson are
operated on a democratic basis. The students are permitted to learn a trade
of their own choosing or prepare for college. They learn to respect the ideas
and opinions of others. In the clubs that they join they learn to cooperate
with their fellow members. On the athletic field the students learn sports-
manship besides cooperation. The student government is composed of students
who have a keen understanding of their fellow classmates.
But, most important of all, Fordson High School is training young men
and women to go out into the world and take their places in society as well-
rounded, intelligent citizens.
Thus, the efforts of Fordson High School and other schools of the nation
are aimed at one goal-- keepingnone nation, indivisible, with liberty and
justice for a1l.U We know that these efforts will not be in vain.
and in the class room.
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Harvey H. Lowrey Ervin HOWGTd Herbert S. Mitchell
Suherzntendent 4SS1Stant bMbEV1HtBHd8Ht Buszness Manager
BOARD OF EDUCATION
John E. Alewxundor Walter lums . Norman F' Edwards Homer C. Beudl
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after election to Czty Council
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KENNETH M. MACLEOD, Principal
B. S., M. A., Graduate Work
HULLER, Assistant Principal DEAN C. TATE, Assistant Principal
' A. B., M. A., Graduate work B. S., M. A.
Chester J. Ackerman: B. S.. H. A., Smith-
Hughes, Trade and Industry - Industrial
Albert M. Ammerman: A. B., M. A. - Social
Dorman W. Ardia: A. B., H. A. - Mathe-
Frances G. Barrett: A. B., M. A. - English
Clara Mae Beach: A. B. H. A. - Commercial
John H. Beauchamp: B. S. - Commercial
Mary F. Beauchamp: A. B. - English
Herbert I. Beddow: A. B., Graduate Work -
walter E. Billiet: A. B. - Industrial
Robert K. Bills: B. S. - Smith-Hughes,
Trade and Industry - Industrial
Jessie M. Bodle: B. S. - Library
Lila Z. Bottoff: A. B., M. A. - English
Carl H. Brawley: B. S., Smith-Hughes,
Trade and Industry - Industrial
Byron A. Brown: A. B., Graduate Work -
Catherine P. Butcher: A. B., Graduate Work
Leo F. Callahan: A. B., M. A. - Science
Elmer E. Carlson: B. S., Graduate Work,
Smith-Hughes, Trade and Industry - In-
Edith D, Carpenter: B. S., M. S., Smith-
Hughes, General Continuation - Indus-
Russell D. Catherman: A. B. - Physical
Education and Social Science
Harrison V. Chase: A. B., H. A., Graduate
Work - English
Irma Cilley: A. B., H. A. - English
Elizabeth Claucherty: B. S., M. S.
Jesse L. Cripps: A, B.. H. A. - Commercial
and Study Hall
Elden Cross: B. S., M. A. - Commercial
Cora Cummings: Library Training, Director
Reginald J. Davies: A. B., M. A. - speech
William F. Davis: A. B., B. S. E. IC. E.l,
M. A. - Mathematics
Nelle A.Dri ese A. B. - English
abeth S. Edwards: R. N., Public Health
rtificate - Suteruising Nurse
.K. Eshelman: A. B., H. A. - Chairman
on D. Fisher: A. B., N. A. - English
, Predeen: A. B. - Science
J. Gardner: B. S., Smith-Hughes, Trade
d Industry - Industrial
. Godfrey: B. S. - Instrumental Music
.a G. Green: B. S. Graduate Work-
:award Gripzon: B. S., M. A.. Smith-
ghes, Trade and Industrey- Director of
idance and Placement
o V. Gustafson: A. B., M. A. - Social
a Evelyn Hurrg A. B., H- A. - French
' Eleanor Hath: B. S., M. A. - Chairman
' Art Department
las S. Heywood: A. B., M. A. - Com-
ld B. Hoffenb1cher: B. S., M. A..
aduate Work - Social Science
.a Horny: A. B., M. A. - English and
ur G. Hughes: A. H., H. A. - Social
ience and Journalism
on Hunsicker: B. S., H. A. - Com-
line E. Husted: A. B.. H. A. - Library
er J. Junik: B. S. - Physical
F. Jennings: B, S. - Science
H. Jones: B. S., H. A. - Director of
c Horticultural Gardens
C. Kaufman: 3. S., M. S. - Com-
ph E. Kazlusky: B. S., M. A. - Physi-
l Education and Mathematics
nice H. Kelly: A. H., M. A. - Chair-
n of English and Language Department
el Kopp: B. S. - Commercial
ence M. Koster: A. B., Graduate Work -
glish, Latin and Music
eth B. Leisenrinq: A. B., M. A., Grad-
te Work - Mathematics
is E. Lewis: A. B.. H. A., Graduate
rk - Chairman of Social Science
y S. Lewis: B. S. - Industrial
Merwin A. Lewis: A. B., H. A. - Social
Reva F. Lipp: B. S., N. S. - Homemakinf
Alice M. Locklin: B. S. - Mathematics
Everett Luoma: B. S., H. Ed. - Industrial
Mildred J. Lyman: 3. S., M. A. - Art
Margaret MacMillan: A. B., H. A. - Lang-
Harold G. Manchester: B. S. - Science
Helen E. Martin: A. B., H. A., Graduate
York - English
R. Vard Martin: B. S., H. A., Smith-
Hughes, Trude and Industrial Education -
Director of Industrial Education
Gladys Lake Moore: B. S., M. A. - English
Edward D. Mosher: A. B., M. A. - Chairman
of Music Debartment
Dr. William R. Mulcrone: D. D. S., B. S. -
School Health Service
Max Musser: B. S., H. S. - Science
Ann Nelson: B. S. - Physical Education
Harold G. Odgers: B. S., H. A. - Chairman
of Safety Education
Stanley P. O'Nei11: B. S., H. S. - Science
Raymond F. Parker: A. B., M. A. - Social
Karl Place: A. B., M. A. - Science
Glenn B. Purdham: A. B., N. A., Smith-
Hughes, Trade and Industry - Industrial
Bessie Hatha: A. B. - English
Kirk Ridderinq: A. B., H. S. - Science
Charles A. Ridley: A. B.. M. A. - Science
John H. Ringelspaugh: B. S., Smith-Hughes,
Trade and Industry, Graduate Work -
Esther 8. Romanow: A. B. - Physical
John P. Romanow: A. B., H. A. - English
Michael Savage: B. S., Graduate Work -
Dr. Heroic K. schiiiinqer: A. B., H. D. -
School Health Service
Clark J. Schwaderer: A. B., M. A. - Eng-
lish and Social Science
y C. Seekomp: A. H., Graduate Work -
.ifford Shipley: B. S., M. A. -
rice C. Simmons: B. S., Graduate
'k - Commercial and Sbanzsh
ay A. Smith: B. S., H. A., Smith-
yhes, Trade and Industry -Industrial
rhine A. Smith: A. B., H. A. -
nerite B. Smith: D. H. - Dental
ey B. Smith: A. B. - Science
ey S. Smith: H. S., H. S. -
L. Smith: A. B., M. S. - Commercial
Stallord - H. S., M. A. - Social
:beth Thayer: B. S. - Homemaking
st Venk: B. S., Smith-Hughes, Trade
l Industry - Industrial
: Vogt: A. B., M. A. - Library
.e E. Wagner: B. S., M. A., Graduate
'k, Smith-Hughes, Trade and Industry -
le Walsh: A. B., V. A. - Library
i P. Weaver: B. S. - Vusic
son E. welsh: A. B., M. A. - English
'. Whalen: B. S., M. S. - Director of
G. wines: B. S., Graduate Work,
th-Hughes, Trade and Industry -
Lotte Mills Wolfe: B. S. - Physical
i J. Wonders: 5. S., V. S. - Com-
'd R. woods: E. S., M. A., Smith-
fhes, Trade and Industry - Industrial
11 K. woolford: A. B., M. A. - Social
Chungo - Junior Clerk
B. Garing - Senior Clerk, Industrial
e George - Record Clerk
Marie Harrison Junior Clerk
ie Hess - Junior Clerk, Horticulture
Olga Hortiw - Junior Clerk
Beatrice Ryan - Senior Clerk
Edna Sullivan - Junior Clerk '
Never before in the history of Fordson High School have so many changes
been made in the faculty, as during the past year. Moet of them were due di-
rectly to the enlistment or conscription of various teachers into the armed
The first faculty member to leave for the service was Mr. Kirk Riddering,
science teacher, who is now stationed in Wichita Falls, Texas, as a Civilian
Instructor. This vacancy brought on a series of changes. Mr. Hans Fredeen
came here from Salina Junior High School to replace Mr. Riddering. At the end
of last semester, Mr. Fredeen left and his position was taken over by Mr. John
Vissa. A short time later Mr. Vissa was drafted into the army and is now sta-
tioned at Camp Grant, Illinois. At this time the position is being filled by
Mr. Ivan McCarbery.
Another faculty member now in the navy is Mr. John Romanow, English teacher
At the time of this writing he is stationed at the Navy Service School in Dear-
born with the rank of a Storekeeper, Third Class. Mr. Clark Schwaderer t0Ok
over Mr. Romanow's classes and Mr. Michael Orlovich, who came here from Salina
Junior High School, replaced Mr. Schwaderer in the social science department.
During the month of April, three more teachers left to ioin the navy, Mr.
Leo Gardner, industrial teacher, Mr. Clifford B. Shipley, and Mr. Samuel Kopp,
commercial teachers. Mr. Thomas S. Heywood, commercial teacher, also enlisted
the first week in May. Mr. Gardner is an instructor at the Navy Service School
in the Detroit Naval Armory. Mr. Shipley and Mr. Heywood both hold the rank of
a Lieutenant, Junior Grade, Mr. Shipley is stationed at the Navy Training School
in South Boston, Massachusetts, and Mr. Heywood at New York. Mr. Kopp is an
.Ensign at Fort Schuyler, New York. He was replaced by Mrs. Kopp, who came here
from Lowrey Junior High School.
However, not all the changes were due to teachers leaving for the services,
many new members were added to the faculty. Among these was Miss Dorothy
Lynch, a nurse, who was added to the school health service. Lt Samuel D. Knox,
another new faculty member came here to teach science and to advise the train-
ing of the newly-formed Fordsan Cadet Corps. In January, Mr. Glenn Purdham was
granted a leave of absence because of illness and his position as print shop
teacher is now being filled by Mr. Leonard A. Stolfo. Mr. Edward Mosher, Chair-
man of the Music Department, also was not able to return for the opening of the
school year in September because of illness. He was granted a leave of absence
and Mr. Ray Kooi was transferred from Salina Junior High School to teach music
and direct the boys' glee clubs.
when Mrs. Reva Lipp, homemaking teacher, left for Richmond, Virginia, she
was replace by Mrs. Donald Knight. Another new member of the teaching staff is
Mrs. Emmalow Pine, who took Miss Helen Green's place in the homemaking depart-
ment. Miss Green is now teaching commercial classes.
At the end of last semester Mrs. Jessie Hess, clerk of the horticulture
department, Miss Anna Marie Harrison, and Miss Edna Sullivan, clerks in the high
school office resigned, and were replaced by Miss Mary Famboy, Miss Norma Schrqm
and Miss Elizabeth Boodakian.
We have tried to include all changes in the faculty up to the beginning of
MUYJ h0W9V6r. many more will probably have taken place before june 19, and still
others before school begins next semester.
Alice Moore - Senior Clerk - Guidance and
Left: A very familiar
figure at all football
games is Mr. T. P.
InPepHJ Godfrey in the
elegance of his band
uniform. Most often
he is seen leading the
band in some martial
Q music, thereby giving
' more life and added
excitement to Pordson
Right: Fordson's aero-
ty member, Nr. Ernest
Venk, is giving in-
structions to one of
A group of faculty members looking in MT- John 390'-lchcmp Gnd MY- BYTOU Brown
S ilent reverence at the nainting which Ufe dee? Ul 5G'f10Uf5 thought CUtCh1flQ'JP
was presented by the senior class of ON the C'-lffgflf QVQNTS of the dGY-
i94O-4i in memory of Miss Martha Butler,
former Girls' advisor and mathematics
Left: Smiling from the front
seat of his car is Yr. Michael
Savage, social science teacher
and former student of Fordson.
Right: These two happy faces
belong to Nr. Arthur Hughe3
who is beaming with pride, and
to his daughter, Ereta Ann.
Nr. Ansell Harvey,
one of the iani-
tor's of Yordson
High, who is seen
about the school
daily, posed nor
this pictupe with
Believe it or not this is J
Stanley B. Smith, Scion
tearhwr. H3ut why all t
fanry clothQs,H you ask.
was all drvssod up for t
aood tiwv he had at the Sad
3 awk ins ilay Laricv la
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oft: This stronc broad-
houldvraa yauna man is
nach Miss:-'ll Qathrfrman
hah ha was G wwmbwr of
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',r. Paul Jones,
posed for this
pictura while Gn-
joyinq the great
Though it looked like a cold day outside, these three fac-
ulty members seemed to be enjoying it. Reading from left to
right they are Mr. Lyle Wines, Mr. R. Vard Martin, and Mr.
Mr. Stanley S. Smith
in complete relaxa-
tian as he cools off
from the affects of
a hot summer sun.
Mr. Leo Callahan, Mr.
Murrill Waolford, and Mr.
Ray Parker are busily end
gaged in taking tickets
at an all-school party.
Lett: Mr. Mac Whalen was snap-
ped during a close football
game while giving some advice
to his players on correct
Right: This handsome lad is
Mr. Murrill Woolford as he
looked in his younger days.
This gentlemen with
is Mr. Ivan Kaufman.
SECOND YEAR JUNIOR COLLEGE OFFICERS
President-B11 I Alsoht
Directors-George Oswoff. Irene Non
SQ Q Rfw ge
william J. Allsoppz Student Cabinet, Pres-
sdentf Sensor Class Pressdentp Basketball,
Bowlsng Team: C,P,T,
thy Duncan: C.P.T.
Gordon Elliott: Tennss Team, Cahtainp
Student Cabsnetp Eowlsng Team, Cahtasng
Elsie Erkfitz: Sensor Class Secretary-
Willard Spenser Sarwood: Tennis.
Ferol Rose Hendrickson
Kenneth Raymond Kasper
Earl George Kieffer
Albert S. Lando
Robert Lam Mains
Harry R. Martin, Jr.: Basketball: Bowling
Team: C. P. T.
Thomas J. McKenna: Sensor Class Vice-Pres
nient: Student Cabinet, Secretary-Treas-
John Barton Moore, Jr.: 50Sl2C!bGll.
Norris Homer Moore, Jr.
Irene Noriz Sensor Class Dsrector.
George Osipoff: Sensor Class Directory
Alexander Oz, Jr.
Graham O. Porter
Glenn Birdsall Purdham, Jr.
Pobert F. Shields: Baszetoalli C.P.T.
Josephine A. Stular
THIRD SEMESTER JUNIOR COLLEGE
SEOOND SEMESTER JUNIOR COLEEGE
First Row: Jeane Mitchel, Lois Betteridge,
Second Row: Tony Kazanowski, Gene Schlaak,
First Row: Shirley Comte, Lorraine
Green, Eleanor Romanuk, June Mart.
Second Row: Myrna Uavey, Lucy Cote,
Norma Lowther, Betty Downing, Mary
Urdea, Elaine Jhar.
Ihzrd Row: Fred Lush, Louie Wilson,
Molly McCarty, Kenneth Ray, Jim
First Row: Pat Patee, Wilma Stevens,
Judy Yinger, Mary Corsi, Ruby Patience.
Second Row: Michael Kuish, Frank Zack,
Stanley Slazinski, Kieth Ray, Louis
Third Row: Gene Rawls, Robert Baugh,
John Biel, Bill Behrendt, George
Sheffield, William Diefenbach.
FIRST SEMESTER JUNIOR COLLEGE
First Row: James Speers, Rudolph
Spigarelli, Dan Tanelian, George
Parigian, Donald German.
Second How: Olimpiu Carstea, Bob
Sutherin, Leonard wlodarczyk, Don
Traver, George Chakmakian.
Third Row: Helen Wenek, Bois Mellin,
Marilyn Rogers, Ruth Smith, Gabrielle
Witherspoon, Delores Sawicki.
FORDSON JUNIOR COLLEGE
The Fordson Junior College was opened in September,
1955 following the approval of the electors of the Pordson
School District. The graduating class this year is the third
group of student to complete this two year course.
Pordson has tried to develope something more than the
older type of Junior College. Although training for trans-
ference to higher institutions is offered to those who want
it, many of the college programs are terminal in nature in
that they are complete in themselves. The Junior College of-
fers training in business, industrial, technical, artistic,
anc cultural fields sufficient to give an educational back-
ground decidedly superior to that of a high school graduate.
The Junior College has membership in the State
Association of Junior Colleges and associate membership in
the American Association of Junior Colleges. It also has
athletic and debating teams which are in competition with
other junior college teams.
The high standard of its achievements is one evidence
of the importance of the educational place it is assuming
in the community.
Above! In the speech class, Ruth Smith
makes a recording of her voice while
Leonard Wlodarczyk handles the controls.
Right: In the men's lounge, checkers is
a popular pastime. Here, Jim Ford, Paul
Anderson, Roh Sutherin, and Don Traver
indulge in a quiet Dame.
Left: Earl Kiefer and Josephine
Stular take advantape of one of
the conference rooms in the
library for quiet study.
Below: ln the womau's lounge,
Connie Southart, Alma Dalmar,
-lean Mitchel, Lois Nellin, and
Shirley Cbmte take time out for
relaxation and study.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President: Ken Bulge Vice:-wPresident: Betty Bell
Secretory: Mae Sruu Treasurer: Dorothy O'Hara
Directors: Clarence Smith Sponsors: Nr. Arthur G. Hughes
Dorothy Laurence Hrs. Mary Beauchamb
Leonard William Abrams: F.C.A.
William George Ahrens
Dorothy Joyce Aichlerz National Honor
Society: Art Club.
Helen Pauline Bagdon
Kenneth Earl Bulge: Senior Class Presl-
dentg Varsity Club, Vice-President:
Football: Basketballg Baseball.N.H.S.
Delores Marie Baron
Andren Baxter: National Honor Society,
Secretaryf Tower Tribune, Publicity
Board: Silver Quill.
Mary I. Beck
Gloria Constance Belfry: G.A.A.p Polar
Betty Jean Bell: Senior Class Vice-Presi-
dent: Junlor Class Secretary: Service
Squad: Homeroom Rebresentatzve.
Fannie Beniog Glee Club: vaudeville.
Edward Burke Bilbrey
Alfred Bernard Blachaz Varsity Club: Bas-
Robert L. Black
Donald G. Blaney
Benjamin Blaze: 0rchestra.N.H.S.
Marjorie Ruth Blok: Senior Play Committee
Robert J. Blok: H1-Y
Earl P. Boggs
Arthur E. Bondie
Elaine Katherine Boas
Pearl Marie Bouchard
Betty Marguerite Bower
Patricia Mary Bowyer: Senior Play Comm:-
ginia Brown: Orchestra.
ma I. Bunse: Girl Reserves, Secretary
rence R. Burton:
ille Marie Camilleryg Dramatic Club
raine Dorothy Carlson: Senior Play
nette J. Carman:
para Lou Carson:
mpia N. Carstea
Service Squadg G.A.A
Jr.: Tower Tribune, He
hanical Chief: F.C.A.
rqe Edward Chakmakian
ihie Chamulak: Senior Play Committee
rew Jules Champam: Varsity Club: Swim
liam Wesley Chirota: Varsity Club:
eph Chobot: Varsity Club: Footballg
ne Clark: Service Squad: Senior Play
ry Jane Coleman: Glee Club.
er M. Corsi: Service Squad, Caotain
en Eleanor Czarnecki: G.A.A.g Band.
y C. Dalia Vecchia: National Honor So
ietyp Girl Reserves, Treasurer.
qaret L. Dean
y Delichz Fleur-
her J. Dinqfeldt:
Senior Play Commit
e Jacqueline Dorman: Gite Club.
aldine Clara Drys: Service Squad.
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Henry J. Dudzinski
Ann Kathryn Dycio: G.A.A.f Service
Alfredo Rae Eckert
Ruth Delores Egloff
Charles Garbed Ezmirliang Dramat1c
Club: Sensor Class Director.N.H.S.
Mary Famboy: Glee Club.
Joseph Jonathon Feher
Ruth E. Fenner
Bernard John Fisher
Virginia Paula Fortuna: Servzce Squad.
June Elisabeth Fraser
Joan C. Galfanoz Service Squad.
Raymond Gaskell: F.C.A.
Robert A. Gow: Tower Tribune, Vechanxcal
Delphine K. George
Donald J. German: Varsrty Clubf Track:
Antoinette E. Giandomenico: Glee Club.
Leon Gollesg Tower Trrbune, Mechanical
Harold H. Sowing: Varsity Clubf Tennssg
Norman Stanley Green: F.C.A.: Baseball.
Mary Rose Gregorian
Mary Guerriero: Serv1ce Squad
Loretta Clara Hagerty
Edwin Ray Hardy
Anna Jean Hartman: Seru1ce Squad: Fleur-
de-lrs, Gzrls Shorts Edztor, 1940-41.
ces Ann Helieek N.H.S.
ard Charles Hespen: National Honor
ciety, President: Tower Tribune, Pub-
city Board: Ochestra: Dramatic
ub: Homeroom Rebresentative.
.rd Paul Holmes: Dance Orchestra: Or-
n Frances Holmniakz Glee Club.
d Hom: F.C.A.: Track.
erik Race Hoxey, Jr.
iam R. Hughes
ur Hugo Ioconelli
La Lee Jachym: Senior Play Committee
Jonki: Service Squad.
'ed Gordon Jones: F.C.A.,' Track.
y Jean Jory: National Honor Society
t Club: Glee Club: Silver Quill:
:e Kachaturoff: Girl Reserves: De
Kalin: Varsity Club: Football
,eth M. Kinerg Student Council, 12A
presentative: Service Squad: Hi-Y
y George Kirkpatrick N.H.S.
dare M. Klucjasz
.Katherine Kopeikin: Service Squad.
la Delores Kowal
'les Chester Kowalski N.H.S.
: Kroitor: F.C.A.
ion Emma Kroll
in Labick: Girl Reserves: G.A.A.
'ence B. Lacatis: Girl Reserves,
ce- President: Service Squad.N.H.S.
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Virginia Ruth Lanphar: Glee Club.
Virginia Jeanne LaVoie
Dorothy Elaine Lawrence: All-School
Play: Dramatic Club, President:
Vaudevilles: Senior Class Director:
Senior Play. N.H.S.
Kennedy Lewis Layton, Jr.: Service
Marvin V. Lefansg Forensics: Tennis:
Service Squad: Dramatic Club.
Kay Francis Lopetrone: National Honor
Society: Service Squad, Cabtain:
Glee Club. I
Justine Lenore Love Dramatic Club:
Tower Tribune: Play Committees.
John V. MacKay
Barbara Jean McCammon: Girl Reserves:
Tower Tribune, Co-Editor.N.H.S. V
Muriel Eleanore McCarty: National
Honor Society: Tower Tribune, Co-
Editor: Girl Reserves.
Raymond D. McDonald
Theo N. McDonald
Eleanor Blanche McDonough
Marilyn M. McHaney: Glee Club, Presi-
dent: Bach Choir.
Geraldine McKinnie: Service Squad,
Cabtain: Cheer Leader.
Michela T. Mantini: Service Squad.
Geraldine Rose Marinelli
Bernard Francis Martin
Emil Paul Mortinelli: Crchestra: Hi-Y.
Graydon H. Matteson, Jr.: Football:
Swimming: Track: Varsity Club.
Delphine Marie Moyers: National Honor
Society: Art Club.
Gladys J. Maynard
Lois Leotta Mellin: National Honor So-
ciety, Treasurer: Tower Tribune, Asso
ciate Editor: Girl Reserves.
Helen Frances Melnik: Service Squad:
nas Meyer: Football: Basketballg
:ph Ted Mialki: Service Squad.
ton Joseph Mikolis: F.C.A.
Liam T. Milyz FootbalL
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lma Ruth Montavon: Glee Club.
me Ann Mrkva NJH.S.
2 Napol eon
rlene Neal: National Honor Societyp
madine Rita Nephew
dred Evelyn Neumann: National Honor
xciety: Girl Reserves.
othy Belle Newmxrch
:inia Vallie Oglesbee: G.A.A.
:thy Marion O'Hara: Senior Class Di-
:ctorp Junior Class Director.
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:el Petliehoffz Varsity Clubg Foot
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lon Olive Phillips: Service Squadg
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Glen Earl Ramsey
Martin Joseph Rediqan
Betty Jane Reneker
Elma M. Rennie
william Charles Riewe: Orchestraf
Marilyn Jeanne Rogers: Girl Reserves,
President: Councilman-at-large: Va-
tional Honor Society: Junior Class
Director: Glee Club, Vice-President.
Edward James Rovsek: Varsity Clubg
Baseballg Dramatic Club
Stephanie T. Rymorz
Violet Sonqster: G.A.A.
Dolores Sowicki: Debate Squad: U,A,Ag
Ronald Marshall Scott: Student Cnunczlg
Helene Martha Seiter: Vational Honor
Society: Tower Trioune, News Editorg
Service Squadp Organistg Acconfvanist.
John Lloyd Shannon
Donald M. Sheppard
Morris M. Silver: F.C.A.
John Matthew Sirosky
Clarence A. Smith: Varsity Club: Ser-
vice Squad: Football: 7"'4Cki SCMOY'
Eleanor Mae Smith: Service Squad, Cap-
Ruth Ann Smith
Theodore Johnson Smolyz National Honor
James A. Speers
Boris Robert Spiro
Welland Walter Sprague
Mae F. Srull: National Honor Society:
Senior Class Secretary, Girl Reserves:
Service Squad, Cabtain: Intramural
ael Stacko, Jr.
us A. Stephens: Golf Team: Senior
ay: Varsity Club: Service Squad.
ie Sue Stephens: '
an Harry Strong
ian Mary Sukup: National Honor So-
s Aubrey Summers: Track: Boys Glee
rt Lewis Sutherin: Student Council
ce-President: Hi-Y.: Service Squad:
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:is Joseph Terns
y Richard Timm
Bt E. Toth
Sinibaldo Tozzi: Band: Orchestra.
ld E. Traver: Dramatic Club: All-
hool Play: Forensics: Debate Squad:
n Katherine Tulliusz National Honor
ciety: G,A.A,, Secretary: Intra-
Paul Urbiscio: Band: Orchestra:
a Lee Vowellz Service Squad.
ara Walker: Service Squad.
rinia Ruth Waller
:ld David Ward: Track: Football:
la J. Wdowiak: Service Squad.
ard Stanley Wicha: Varsity Club.
' winqo: Service Squad.N.H.S.
'ielle Valerie Witherspoon: 'lational
rnor Society: Debate Squad: Silver
ill: Glee Club.
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Irene Younqquist: National Honor Society,
Vice-President: Fleur-de-lis, January
Senior Editor and Art snuff: Tower Tri-
bune: Girl Reservesp Art Club: Home-
Stella Mary Zokosky
John Zukoff, Jr.
Directors-Hill l,1v'ervnn1'e, Zubel
Kachadoorzan, Murray Wznfzeld.
JUNE CLASS OFFICERS
Secretary-June Rm LLB'
Vi ce-Presi dent-Joe Wvrwrler
TIGGSUYQT-D0 T1 S Off'
Eileen Abernathy: Glee Club: Service:
Vaudeville: Oberetta: Bach Choir.
Siqrid Adolph: Glee Club: Service Squad
Donald Alabakoff: Football: Future
Craftsmen of America.
Jeannette Mary Allen: N.H.S.
Robert M. Alt: Tennis Team.,
George Glenn Anderson
Stella Anderson: Glee Club: President:
M.H.S.: Fleur-de-Lis Senior Editor: Dra-
matic Club, Director: Senior Play: Forenw
sics: Homeroom Reb.
Gerry Antailliaz Archery.
Frank Aquino: N.H.S.
Barney Aronson: Tennis Team
Jeanne Delores Austin
Lois Mae Baer: Tower Tribune: Service:
Peggy Gene Ballard: Service.
Irene J. Baramsky: Service: G.A.A.
Delores June Barbati: Service
Vickie Barbaza: Hus Monitor.
Katherine Bridget Barraca
Margaret Barson: M.H.S.: Glee Club: For-
ensics, President: Girl Reserves: Fleur-
de-Lis Senior Editor: Senior Play Commit-
Jack R. Bartle: Basketball: Track: Ser-
Betty Jeanne Bastian
Marie Lucille Bauer: Service Squad Cab-
tain: G.A.A.: Girl Reserves: Fleur-de-Lis
RUBB911 Martin Bauers: Irack.
Lawrence J. Beebe
Mary Margaret Bell
Leo Theodore Bemben
Robert Thomas Biggers: Track: Football:
Basketball: Varsity Club.
a Pauline Bilyeu
a Rose Blanchard
esa H. Bledowski: Service: Senior
y Bogosian: Track: Orchestrag Hy-Y,
ian Boksa: Servzce Squad Cabtain.
1 Phillip Lourcier: Track: Hi-Y: Dra-
:sp School Play.
. June Bower: Orchestra.
a C. Brakhop
mh Steve Brezinski: Yrack.
r E. Brissman
ces Alxce Bryzek I
ley Ann Buck: Fleur-de-Lis C0-hd1tOff
:ry Club: V.H.S.
Lyn Doyle Burton
y Ann Busch: Glee Club, Secretaryg
icef Bach Choir: Swrmmlng ChambpVaude-
ley Rose Bushaw: G.A.A.g Glee Clubg
tingp Dramatzc Clubg rorensicsf Oter-
1 Margaret Canfield
Anerie Caurdy: Service: Tower Tr1-
Lee Forost Collins
wtichael uicvolus Colucvlli
Elizabeth Marei Constantine
Joyce Counis: v.4.4.
Dorothy Leona Uousineau: ales Club: Vatzon
al donor Society.
Vesta Murine Coward: Stuicnt Council Pre-
siient: vlee Club freus.: ioweronm Rea.:
'iirl Teserves: Service Squad Cabt.
Elvira A. Crisan
Andrew fohn Crocker
Mary Llizabeth Csepreqe: Service: 6.4.4.
Iosenhine Sue Cazach
lean L. Damon: qzrl Heserves: Library Club
ieorge Roger Lanielson: Jlee Club.
George Daraban: Sw1mmrnq'12dm: band.
Ilervin Fred Dart
Olga A Daeko
Charlps Pierce Davey: Tennis Ikam.
John Leo Davey
Leon F, Day: Service: N.H.S.
Agnes Elizabeth Dean: Service: G.A.A.
Anna Demergian: U.A.A.: Service.
Shirley Marie Demmons: Forensics: Service.
Luca Denaro: Band: Track: Dance Orchestra.
Elia marie Dengell: Service.
rlarvella Alice De Roche
Katherine Patricia Devlin: N.H.S. , Treasl
ure: Fleur-de-Lis Co-Editor: Service: d.A.
nas Marie Dienee: Service.
,ck L. Dobbs
th.Gloria Dobson: Service: National Hon-
ank Donner: Golf.
rry J. Dougher
1a Grace Doyle
ward Anthony Drab: Future Craftsmen of
irley Alice Dresser: Servzce: domeroom
Jrles W. Drys.
1ice Elaine Drys
ine Doris Dufresne
ane Theresa Dulimba: L9..4.f1..' Tab Club:
'othy Louise Dunn
rnelia Nellie Dura
.eria Vera Dura: Servlcei Crafts.
xncis Anthony Dysarz
ue Delores Eddy: k.1.b.: 5.A.A.: HfUWUtlC
dred I. Edwards: .V.il'.S.,' alee Cluo.
ricia Jean Elliot: ij.A.A..' tfzrl Reserves
-School Play: Servzce.
mces Irene Ellis: I-orewszcs.
'illa Ernestine Elickson
'ry Richard Euqster
mert William Evans: Half.
.on Holister Everett: Service: qWlmm1Hf
m.' Varszty Club.
ert M. Faitel
ty Jane Farnum
on M. Farnyk: Football: basket ball:
eball: Vars1ty Club.
'y E. Febbo: Service: homeroom Hen.
Donald Ray Ferriem: dz-Y: ,lee Club.
Phyllis Jean Fetzer
Ewile L. Fimbinqer
Thomas Arthuxe Fisher
Barbara Jane Folleyz Dramatic Club, Vice-
Pres1dent: ulee Club: Senior and All-
Barbara Jean Foster
Victor Foster:Homeroow kerresenfatiue.
Jack n. Frank: Servwe
Lrlc 'iviun Freya ..4.4.: Yenror Play Com-
'lmzgaxem Cathnxxne Vulkerson
John A. lulton
Toxzrno fzzy Furiat
Irene ixch: hnnernor hehreventatlua
wrvkolus jwina lulure Craftsmen of Amer
LUIS Homer lrzbunr.
frgu 5'1ay: L.l.J.
fir T. iurdolfm
Bob ADlh0HY Sanzak
Joe Jerome Qardyrik
Shirley Ann Sarlinqhouse
Edward Steve Gaskewecz
John Jack Geftos: Basketball: Football:
Iracb: larczty Club.
Ar1nO Cecilia Silardi
Joe David George
Jean Elizabeth Shrist
Vivian Irene Gibbons
william Endleman Gilbert: Orchestra: Hand
Anna Glavanovich: o.A.A.: Service.
Betty Louis Graham: Glee Club
Q Irene Graham, Intra-Mural Swzmming
e M. Greeb: Dramatic Club: Natzonal
nnu Jeone Green: Service: Cheer Lea-
ieve Margaret Grell: Glee Club: Nat4
dine Louise Gravengood
on Theresa S. Grudzien
Ann Grzynowiczg Servlce: G.A.A. Senzor
Committee: Intra-Mural Shorts.
1 T. Gucfgg Senxor Flay Cummzltee.
ey Joun Sunther
s Lutvic fnqopinn: UOYtlCUltUfC Asszs
Cin Louise A011
Luo Homond: V.n.9.: Servzce: Student
Ll: lleur-Je Lzs.
John Hcxtmen: Seruzce.
1 Joan iexveyg Jlee Club: Serv1ce.
ie I, Aeuexz Maud: Tennis Team.
'n Katherine louser: Jlee Club. Drama'
Qlic Aedgmnndg Archery Club: f.C.A.:
Ieun Helm: V.1.3.: Uzrl Reserves: Tren
f:Ileur-Jeukzx Assoczate Ei1tur Ser-
iam .enlyz Lutzonal vonor Soc1ety: but
fraftsmen c! American.
11 E. Herman
no Loraine 'odkowsk1: SEVUICC.
Mary Amelia Hoover: Forensic: G.A.A.: Glee
C lub Dramatic Club: Debate Team.
Helen Hartiw: Vational Honor Society, Sec:
Victor G. Horvath
Josephine Lenore Huerta
Virginia Merriam Hul1:Ulee Club.
Neva I.G. Hunt: Debate Team: Forensic: Ser-
Joseph John Isaia: Band: Dance Orchestra:
Margarer Ellen Ivanyi: Glee Club: Girl ke-
serves: Bach Choir.
Al J. Jackowski
Mary Catherine Jakubiek
Mary Ann Janki
Herb S. Johnson:domeroom Reb.: Dramatics
Football: Future Craftsmen of America:
Mary Ann Johnson: N.H.S.: Art Club, Treo.:
Fleur-de-Lis Art Staff: Service
Russell Johnson: Swimming.
Roy E. Jolliffez Clee Club-
Charles J. Jones
Frank Thomas Jonas: Clee Club.
Frank Jurinici: Future Craftsmen of Amer-
Zubel John Kachaaoorian: Art Club: Drama-
tics: N.H.S., Pres.: Hameroom Reb.: Senior
Class Officer: Fleur-de-Lis Art Staff.
Alfred Nelson Kampf: Band. Band
Frank A.Karo1y:.Tower Tribune.
william Francis Kayka: Future Craftsmen of
Frank John Kazanowski: Tennis: Football-
Basketball: Athletic Club: Service.
Edna Mae Kazmin '
Elizabeth B. Keim: G.A.A.: Service.
Richard D. Kendzieraki
d J. Kieturg Fleur-de-lis
nd KinggFuture Craftsmen of America.
xerite Klettg Dramatic Clubg Senior
W A. Kliemonng Fleur-de-Lis Sborts-ed-
G.A.A., Pres: N.H.S.: Service
ea Ronald Klinkman: Dramatic Club: Se
1 C. Koebbe
t M. Koebbe
't L. Kolorikz Future Craftsmen of
ew F. Koppinger
1 w, Kosinski: Future Craftsmen Of
cat Archery Club: Fire Warden.
Kostrybog National Honor Society.
.nic E. Kot:Tower Tribune: Dramatic
Senior Play Committee.
,ore Kozochuk: National Honor Society.
er Edward Koziol
e Charlotte Krenz: National Honor Soc
e Sonia Kresuk
w Joseph Kroll
ey Kuehnelg Homeroom Rebresentatiue.
mr William Kuhn
in J. Kurezewski
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Agapy Lagos: Orchestra.
Edna Mae Lamb
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Dorothy Mae Landgraf: Library Club:
u.J.4.: Darmatzc Club: Serunce: Intra-
Elsie Louise Lapanya
Vaughn L. Lakowe: Jlee Club
Pauline Laslo: Polar Bear Club: Tab Club
Wilma Frances Lawrence
Loretta Sylvia Legualtz Glee Club.
Ernest Lemerande: H1-Y: Senior Play.
Flora R. Lenordon
Helen Mary Lesniowski: d.A.A.p Intra-
Caroline Stella Letizia
Shirley Jane Lewalter: Forensic: Service,
Benny Licari: Tower Trzbune Staff.
Irma Helen Liebeck
Grace Viola Linder: Glee Club: Dramatic
Club: Bach Choir: Oheretta: Vaudeville.
Basil Benjamin Liske: Tower Tribune.
Bernice J. Litwin: Service.
William Robert Livermore: Ndiivndl Honor
Sacnetyg Class Drrectorg Dramatic Club,
Frances Marie Loranqer: N.H.S.: Glee Club
Wanda Tekla Lukawski: G.A.A.
lion Marie Lundquist: Service
ald A. Lupp: Band, Orchestra
te Maiers: Basketballf Hockeyp
ve T. Malaniak: Archery Club.
ry Ann Mellow: Glee Club: Oberettaj
devzlleg Bach Choxrg Servlcep Hockey.
n Jim Manta: Ulee Cluh
co N. Marchelletta: Tower lr1bune,
s Jacqueline Narkley: Homeroom heh
entat1veg Yenror Play Commzttee.
nert Paul Matherly
vin D. Matheson: Sen1or Play: H1-Y.
on Natuszewski: G1rl heservesg u.A.A.g
ate Squad: forensics: Shorts.
fy mggvillyg U.A.A.g Polar Hear Club:
ieroow wC5T6SCHtdt1UCf Servzca
inne M. Mcfaddenz Dramatzc Club:
'vrceg Smlmmzng Clubg Servlcep VaudeA
kph A. Wcfaddenz Glee Clubg Dramat1c
lb: V.H.S.g Ftudedf Counczlp Homeroom
Ty P. Wcdrewz G.A.A.f Senior Play.
rcella N, Hclntosh
:mas Patrick McLaughlin: Basketball.
Jert Donald McLennan
nnnotts AcNabb: Vaudeville.
wevieve Mendyk: Servlce.
lvin H, Wetsa: Tower lrzbone, Co-Ed1-
rf Vnllonal Honor foczety.
bert Ernest Meyer: Future Craftsmen of
in Leo Hachalak
ia L. Michlap: Pramntlc Club: ill-
lured Dolores Mitchell: Jlee Clwbf
A.A.: Intramural Shnrtsg Servzce.
Aloysius R. I-lizqalski
Michael James Molloy: Future Crafts-
men of America.
James Milton Montgomery
Marguerite Lucille Moody: National Honor
Society: Service. '
Chester Joseph Mordarski
Chester V. Motyka: Baseball.
Joan M. Mucha
Lawrence Agustu-s Mucinski: Tower Tribune:
Future Craftsmen of America.
Aurel Henry Muntean: Ser'u1ce,'
Mildred 5. Naessens
Annie Ledia Neborslfy
william A. Nelson
william E. Newell V
Lqurene Marie Nickituk
Ornell Nori: Senior Play.
Helen E. Nowka: dlee Clubg G.A.A.f
Ofverettag Service: Shorts.
Ann N. Nuznov
wqnda T. Ogar: Service.
John A. Dleaszewski: Senior Class,
Presxdentg 111-Yp Service.
Stanley Joseph Olesko
Doris May Orr: 'Vational Honor Society:
Jumor and Senior Class Treasurer.
Marie Virginia Pachankis
Mildred Agnes Paliszewski
nic Mary Poruszczuk
Jane Parker: Vatzonal Honor
e Adelaide Parker:
'Soczetyg Orchestra: Qzlver Puzllf
ore Sylvia Porport
ph Par rel 1 y
CJ Ilelphine "Gul
Frnn-ves Pavel xch: u. .4. A. ,' Intramural
nd kldwurd Potux: Sf'f'UlCC'-
'entelicimkz rover rrzbfmej Mxtzunal
'qOClP?tj',' f'1fruwn'al Sforts.
Hfurie We-rzin: 1'ztrn"'ural ShortS.
- 'PIP-n Petlirlz
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Ex ekyfiflgtzc lforenszcsg Ser'
'jdaune fJheerI,end1ng:, l".C.'.1,,'
Polar iiear Club:
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nor Patricia Pckrywkc:U.f4..4.,' S8f'b1C8,'
:mural Shorts: Polar Hear Hub.
M. Popie-1: Service.
rtn Joyce Porter: iilee Clubg Seruzce.
Ln Pratt: Central Comm-zttee lfeh-
,ce Model ine Prokoff
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Loretta Lucille Prezios
Eugene Przybylskig Future Craftsmen of
A 'nerr ca.
Alice Frances Rada:
Rosemary Randazzo: M.H.S.p Ulee Club:
G.A.A.: Senior Play Committee: Debate.
Vincent Jim Ravenna: Tower Tribune: Band:
Fleur-deWLisg F.C.A.: Dance Orchestra:
Robert Michael Reed
June Drucilla Reilly: Senior Class.
William Charles Reiter: 4rchery Club.
Nancy Lee Reno
Bernice Retz: Service.
I. Doris Richards: Service.
Laura Louise Rider
Rosemary Katherine Rimel
Margaret La Jean Roby: Service.
Dolores Mary Rhoem
Irene A. Rosbicki
Charles Frederick Ross: Tower Tribune.
N ancy Rossi: 5-4-4-
Veora Mae Ryan: Svwica
Eleanor Salaqan: Service-
Betty Loraine Samel: Service.
william James Sass
Catherine M. Savage
Dorothy Jane Schaefer: Glee Club: Student
Council: Girl Reserves: Fleur-de-Lisp
Homeroom Rebresentatzveg Junior Class,
Charles Schleutker: Future Craftsman of
iam Henry Schuster: National Honor
ety, Vice-President: Dramatic Club
s Ralph Selby
s Georae Senaoli
:el G. Sepulveda: Service.
ialine Catherine Sherman: G.A.A.j
ice: Forensics. .
:nor June Shirley: Homeroom Reb-
ntatiuef Glee Clubf Ooerettaf Vaude-
P: Each Choir: Service.
Marie Shermur: Service.
iori e !4ari e Srnuttl e
aret Jane Sisco
1 Katherine Sivanov: G.A.A.: Senior
xldine Ruth Sloan
ian Slota: Tower Tribune-Co-Editorg
,S.: Service: Senior Play Committee.
ird George Smohay
ert Smalis: Service: Glee Club.
rueline B. Smith
jorie P. Smith: G.A.A.f Homeroom
resentativeg All-School Playg Jirl
ervesg Tower Tribune, Dramatic Club:
na Pauline Snyder: N.H.A.f Servicef
ne F. Sobotka: Dramatic Clubg Debate
.A.g Service: Forensics, Treasurer.
ce H. Soos: G.A.A.: Girl Reservesg
ar Hear Club.
rles W. Spratt: di-Yg Varsity Clubj
.ephine Elizabeth Squires: Library
ax Stando: Vational Honor Society.
June Barbara Stiglemanz Serviceg
Vatzonal Honor Society.
Edward J. Strahota
Ruth 5. Stretke
Irene Dorothy Strzempko: G.A.A.: Dance
Club: Haseballp Basketballp Hostess Club.
Mary Margaret Stump
Eileen Ruth Sullivan
Virginia H. Swiecicki: National Honor
Socretyg Serurceg Forensics: G.A.A.:
Intramural Sbortsf Vaudeuzlle.
Pose Marie Sych: Glee Club: Oheretta.
Joseph Szewc: Future Craftsmen of Amer-
Bette Delores Tafoya
Clarence B. Tamoor
Roy J. Tanske: H1-Y.
Lucille Birdson Tarry
George J. Tasco
Anne Taylor: Gtr! Reservesg Service.
James E. Teevin: FLCUV-d9'Li5i Hi-Y:
Senzor Playg Art Club, Vrce-President.
Guy R. Thieleman
Maynard Joseph Toutant: Glee Club.
Dorothy Tryon: Servrceg G.A.A., Secre-
tary and Treasurerg Homercom Refresent-
Roy Fredrick: Tyev
Angeline Helen 'ry1ucui: N.H.S.: Hostess
Clubg Fab Club: d.A.A.g Shorts.
Robert C. Tyner
Virginia Mae Tyner
Richard William Urenn
Julio R. Valentino
a Elizabeth Vance
L Allan Vandercook
e V, Vangoff. Orchestra: Archery
tt Vanlon: Hi-X
Ann Vartanion: Dramatic Club: Service
Varvari: Tower Tribune, Mechanical
er Edward Velett: Service: Student
il: Vice-President: Vaisity Club:
:beth M. Werner: School Organistt
Club: Vice-President: Oberetta.
rt L, Werth: Track: Varsity Club:
tic Club: Senior Play.
e Ivey White: Tower Tribune.
art William wilczak: Homeroom Reh-
e A. Will iams
nret Beary Williamson
Elaine wilson: Glee Club: Dramatic
Cabtain of Service Squads.
ch C. wimmer: Hi-Y: Senior Class:
-President: Senior Play: Dramatic
my Winfield: Senior Class: Director.
whine Catherine Wisniewski
.ne Wisniewski: National Honor
ity: Dramatic Club: Service.
ge Russell Wittersheim: Swimming
a J. wittman: Senior Play: Dramatic
V. Wojtcwicz: Hajorette: Service.
iam J. wolehang Glee Club: Hi-Y:
ie Edwin Wondolowski
Winifred Gordon Worthington: Art Club."
Jacqueline Nora Ways
James V. Wright: Glee Club.
Marcell John Wroblewaki: Hi-Y.
Jack Gordon Watson: Hand: '0rchestra:
Walton Young Jr: Senior Play: Track.
George Zagracks: Fleur-dt-Lis.
Adoloh Joseph Zalenski
Walter Consfant Zatzer
Catherine B. Zyla
GRADUATES WITYHOUT PICTURES
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Raymond Bazanski Liv" -'I' !,"' '- ,W '
Eugene Cetnar M
James R. Garrett
A1 demore Joseph LaVigne
Virginia Jeane Longo
Joseph Eugene Papp
Alma Grace Parrett
George Donald Siebel
Arthur Joseph Slazinski
PMN" V AW 'M .. ii.
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s M d usir in eti s
To the chords of the traditional "Pomp and Circumstanceu
each year o new group of young people march for the last
time as a high school student. Since the country's sta-
tus has changed within the last half year many of the
boys enter into the services of the United States fight-
ing forces. A majority of the students becomes another
part in the wheel of industry' and business while as few
have the opportunity of continuing their education. In
these group lie the future and destiny of a notion and
the school endeavors to shape the right beginnings of
these future citizens.
iRADUATE NEXT SEMESTER--WE HOPE
Mrs. Marion Fisher IZB
First Row: Marie Bynum, Dorothy Carroll, Florence Cikminski, Tessie Anastos,
Betty Cain, Thelma Clark, Carmen Awad, Jean Anderson, Irene Boiczuk
Second Row: Stella Bielen, Helen Bianchi, Arline Cole, Emily Broda,, Lorraine
Boatwright, Dorothy Barron, Mary Boyle, Jean Damon
Th1rd Row: Joanne Dannesberger, Jean Cole, Mary Chernus, Marilyn Allen, Mary
Colatta, Irene Daniszewski, Rose Amato, Marjorie Baker
Fourth Row: Genevieve Baily, Genevieve Czaplicka, Ollie Brenda, Dora Bellamy,
Barbara Cook V
Mr. John Romanow I2B
First Row: Don Becker, Earl Chanelle, Russel Cote, Bob Borck, Larry Chevalier,
John Brown, Bill Deacon, Ralph Curcuru, John Balicky
Second Row: Bob Boyd, Bill Cozzaqlio, Mike Chimka, Ted Apkarian, Henry Czaskow-
ski, George Apkarian, Simion Banda, Tony Coccimiqlio, Mr. John Romanow
Third Row: Mark Doran, Jack Bender, Ben Boqazzio, Bill Bishop, John Ciarkowski,
Louis Baki, Jerry Balako, Ronald Campbell
Miss Frances Barrett I2B
First Row: Winona Ford, Jean Hawn, Lois Hall, Audrey Hill, Wanda Duzinski, Alma
Fasset, Virginia Jones, Shirley Hill, Elaine Green
Second Row: Helen Gross, Alive Kvans, Lillian Genoa, Helen Grandeko, Muriel Hog-
lin, Alice Dmytrow, Verda Hendrickson, Betty Jones, Delores Hill, Helen Kulina
Third Row: Elizabeth Faust, May Harry, Helen Hamby, Ruth Harris, Margaret Fenqer
Adeline Divetta, Dorothy Harcourt, Clara Gubachy, Ann Denaro, Agnes Dobronaki,
June Gutowskv, June Fimbinqer, Dorothy Kowalski
Mr. Henry Lewis IZB
First How: James Foster, Dill Sist, Jack Edo, Knowlton Dunn, Henry purer, wil-
but Pitsimmons, N901 Johnson, Mickey Gasatella
Second How: Prank Sallucci, Narcel 5authier, Fred Gregorian, nicharl frenty
Bill Henson, Gus Kokas, Ken Seorke, Chester Eaton, Nick Eukas
Th1rd Row: Joe Kocis, Don Hall, Herbert George, Don Terrier, Hill Eodaette,
Harrison Finnegan, Eeorge Hart
Mrs. Ester Romanowg IZB
First Row: Sadie McRae, Betty Loucota, Elaine Larsh, Sylvia Morse, Virginia
Lnvine, Fay Miller, Marjorie Macaskill
Second Row: Mary Morse, Lorraine Lellis, Gloria Lavxne, Ester Pulvermacher
Mrs. Esther Romanow, Victoria Nicora, Virginia Neak, Jean Lampher, Jean Mourot
Third Fow: Gloria Lynch, Virginia Langis, June Layton, Helen Nagy, Arlene
Nichols, Mary Musci, Dorothy Nell Matthews, Norma Manzon, Bernice Milligam
Fourth Row. Dorothy Kivela, Victoria Okopny, Irene Kish, Jean Mialki, Kathleen
Lowrey, Pat Murray, Marion Killgore, Frances Osipoff, Lula Kokas
Mr. Hans Fredeen: l2B
Fzrst Row: Bob Nowodroski, Don Mitchell, wilber Papke, Joe Liss, Evont Perva,
Gordon Marawski, Armando Morgan, Jack Peacock
Second Row: Charles Peck, Tom McLaughlin, A1 Mistecki, Emil Nagel, Bob Lyons,
Bob Oz, Ellsworth Pearson, George Laslo
Third Row: Bob Kozma, Walter Kostaroff, Bub Piper, Ed Krawczyk, Henry Naum
Mitchell Posh, Don Page
Mrs. Elizabeth Thayer I2B
First Row: Virginia Sills, Betty Lee Reid, Anna Toth, Ruth Sintay, Louella
Warren, Doris Wallet, Beverly Retz, Margaret Simoni
Second Row: Victoria Romano, Beverly Voiles, Irene wendrick, Ruth weimer, Julia
Yasenchak, Vivian Schauppner, Betty Spanberger
Third Row: Margaret Winters, La Verne Davis, Christine Sarkeaian, Patsv Swick,
Mary Yagnisczak, Elaine Rigby, Bernardine Reed, June Rickerman
Fourth Row: Olga Sivanov, Olga Senkevich, Shirley Weaver, Lois Ratzloff, Pauline
Quinn, Joanne Treese, Mrs. Elizabeth Thayer
Mr. Chester Ackerman IZB
First Row: Leroy Shaman, Steve Pyszniak, william Shuell, James Tripoli, Engle-
bert Rowe, Louis Ribel, Ea Soloway, Robert Priebe
Second Row: Frank Raidl, Walter Vanderburg, Robert Wick, Eugene Wilk, Ed West-
lund, Russel Snow, Charles White, Francis Salucci
Third Row: Robert Seeley, Ray Semplici, Ed Rutkowski, Robert Walker, Andrew
Tarnowski, George Theordan, Fred Schweikert
Fourth Row: Jack Sullivan, Frank Turchan, Loren Yatzek, John wilson, Henry Vin-
cent, George Santo, John Svejcar, Joe Tow
Junior Class Officers
Sponsors- Mrs. Fisher, Mr. Heywood
Vice-PrPsident- Konnvth Rueiow
Directors-Ernie BonQ,5i11 Adgmg
Miss Eleanor Heth IIA
Fxrst ROW: Mary Baruch, Virginia Adams, Gloria Bianchi, Antonette Caprara,
Bernice Chmiel, Helene Brylle
Second Row: Yloranell Barton, Phyllis Braymon, Irene Baillie, Helen Beckes,
Misa Heth, Jeanette Brudna, Betty Borck, Alexandria Archaka
Third ROW: Phyllis Brick, Rose Mary Blay, Lorraine Bowe, Marilyn Boos, Betty
Branc, Beulah Brake, Charlotte Caldwell, Ruth Alexander, Sylvia Ciernick,Mary
Fourth Row: Helen Burton, Janet Campbell, Loretta Bialcyzk, Lois Alsman, Betty
Chinneck, Wanda Brownfield, Jeanette Antaellia, Louise Bergstrom, Jessie Booth
l f :F Eg
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Mr. Thomas Heywood IIA
Flfiff H01-U.' Jim Blair, Bill Adtmi, Kill Biickeyne, Don Be-dell, Henry Euchner,
Jack Blow, NCNAO Berarai
Second How: Paul Amunlrsar, Ew-ir 1 A.:-iniznian, john Fsoqoai-nr, liave blaney, Mr.
Thomas Heywood, Allan Burzowo, gitrlws Bagweil, Jeorae Alxota, Jack nennett
Third Row: Emil Efrondf-ll, llsnill Prog-y, i-iclmirti Boyer, lahn Baron, Bud Bartoe
ville, Angelo Antonelli, Victai Uwnirdesse, Loren Alaniva, Jae Britt
Fourth FOWJ Robert Amefvann, Halter wuiklow, Don Brown, gvarzv Blay, Wamheison
Boqosian, Charles Buren, Robert Ecover, -icharJ Arndt
lwfth Huh? Gerard Byrne, Bill Auetin. Yloyc Bastien, George Farbav, Ken
Buelow, Edmund Bassick, Jerry Buresh, elenn Burke, Arwen gnyagzen 61
Mrs. Bernice Kelly IIA
First Row: Christine Graham, Phyllis Goodrich, Geraldine Drewinski, Frances
Green, Virginia Durbin, Elsie Francescutti, Alice Downing, Delphine Ford,
Second Row: Eileen Dyment, Myrtle Cortis, Lillian Drummond, Irene Gizicki,
Catherine Durante, Betty Dunn, Margene Preer, Olena Downs, Ruth Czapf, Bonnie
Third Row: Roberta Geer, Virginia Coloff, Dolores Crowe, Jean Garwood, Rena
Cornish, Jennie Errante, Nancy Ford, Marjorie Edenfield, Ester Corsi, Ann Golen
G1 adys Gardner
Fourth Row: Virginia Giska, Nada George, Arvella Englegau, Hallie Fletcher,
Stephania Glavanovich, Shirley Eibler, Doris Fishbeck, Jean Foucart, Ruth Cripps
Mr. Clifford Shipley IIA
First Row: Tom Canterbury, Mac Dragg, Paul Disinger, Giulio De Santis, JQCOD
Faust, Jim Denaro, Norbert Dzenko, Clarence Dobronski, Arthur Cole
Second Row: Mr. Clifford Shipley, Ray Dougher, Hubert Dawdy, Jim Covell, Robert
Collins, Gilbert Cosenza, George Czarnecki, Don Feltz, Calvin Cruzen
Third Row: Don Cieslak, Emerson Ebere, Jack Dagg, Nick Candea, Thomas Cooper,
Louis Corpolongo, Ted Czubik, Nick Colucelli
Fourth Row: John De Loge, Horry Clark, Alvin Dalke, Chester Covetz, San Donabed-
ian, Peter Plees, William Casler
Fifth Row: Fred England, Earl Cinnamon, Richard Cox, Wilbur Church
Miss Catherine Butcher IIA
F1fSf RON? Mary Kalink, Louise Hiltbrxner, Anna Kamensack, Elder Hemphill,
Leona Kartje, Virginia Horoszy, Sail Joiner, Lorie 5rigsby, Halma Kern
SCCUHJ NON? plinor Klotz, Norma Hirst, joy mantle, Jloiia Hott, Alicp Hogopian,
Miss Catherine Butcher, Dorothy Srissom, Virginia Holato, Dortha Henry, Bernice
Harris, Betty Johnson
fiifd Haw: Lucille Kreft, Dorothy Kazmin, Lorraine Huckabone, Dolores Klann,
iary Kane, Mary Kozachuck, Beatrice Kohns, Adelyne Hedge, Uaette jean, Mary
Fourth How: Virginia Gheiia, Pat Hall, Nancy Kina, Pao Klowak, raa Helm, Doro-
thy Harmer, Doris Kolpacky, Bettly Lola Hopton, Shirley Holmes, Marian Hall,
Gloria Krebiehl, Cgfmgl Keeney
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Mr. Harold Manchester IIA
First Row: Phillip Isqro, Peter garaner, Joseph gondolia, Robert Kretchmer,
George HGIJQ, Abraham Karpetian, Tohn Hennessy
Second Row: Aubrey Hamilton, Joseph Harris, Chester Gromacki, Charles Havener,
Frank Katana, Joseph Housel, Edward lorystek, william HOT?
fhird Row: John Judaszewski, William Jackson, Norwan Hill, Wilbur HOSk1U5, JGCR
Kaufman, Gordon Hoare, max Johnean, Paul iran
Fourth Row: Richard Hendrickson, John 5ouqhran, Juris Hovernale, Karl Hi1QPU
Don Fraser, John Kahles, Ray Goqolin, Anthony Janks
dsko, 5nrkis Halebian, Henry Grell.
Mrs. Nelle Driese IIA
First Hour Lois Meyer, Marcello McGrew, Ethel Lester, Margaret Lewis, Hedwig
Lotosky, Virginia Kahn
Second Hnwg Norma McClain, Winifred McCarthy, Jeanne Leaault, Pauline Kuteron,
Mrs. Nellw Drieso, Irene Kuiraniak, Virainia Lash, kita Lonardon, Bernardine
Inzrd noni Pearl Lewanaasky, Jylvin Maqurecn, Alice Larry, Margaret vcKay, Jean
Martin, hath Kruger, Marion Mciaire, Lillian Lynch, Leona Liske
fourth hnuw Monica Mcwa, Margaret Maddock, Path Lintur, Sylvia Maxim, Mary
Labirk, Mario Mayville, Lucille Michon, Margaret Lashbrook, Ethel Lenser, Stella
Mr. Karl Place IIA
First Row! Ray Keim, Ray Leszak, Robert Kempa, Don Lantz, Walter Loskowski, Bob
Lindman, Jack M91CZUki Fred Klett -
Second How: Mr. Karl Place, wayne McCarty, Edward Mordarski, William Mara, Rob-
ert Killgore, Doyle Kendrick, Henry Matecki, Ed Menydk
Third Row: William Love,Henry Lawnicki, Edward Leonard, Clarence Maynard, John
Kimpton, John Mech, Boyd Martin, Jim Mackenzie
Fourth Row: Bob Kirk, Emery Lorente, Doug Martin, Henry Mulkiten, Burnett Langs-
ton, George Lesczyusky, Leonard Konarski, Carl Kocis, Caesar Lombardi
?.3 we ,.., Q
Miss Evelyn Marr IIA
First How: Harriet Peters, Mary Nichols, Phyllis yaray, Wanda Peden, Vivian
Mitchell, Loretta Neary, Helen NcClure
Second Row: Mary Pascoe, Margaret Putz, Peqqis Mitchell, Betty Munson, Miss
Evelyn Harr, Stephanie Michura, Evelyn Murphy, Betty Park, Bertha Nunez
Thzrd Row: Madeline iinauda, Patricia Powell, Florence Palis, Louise Paquet
Sally Patterson, Violet Natzel, Barbara Horthrup, Ednw Peterdon, Lucille Mon-
5ean, Betty Powell
Fourth hiv: Senevieve Mucha, Evelyn Murpjy, hose Mary Petrobono, Gloria Pau
Jean Muir Emily Portertield, winifred Pope, Mary Nadraska, Elizabeth Motyka,
Mr. Albert Ammerman ill
Flrit Raw: chris Naule, Francis larry, Ed Nogafcly, John Noreiko, Edwin Hamm,
lne Mulkiten, Prank Jlivita, Merry Jvstresch, Ralph Palia, Jardnn jakes, Neil
Second How: walter Pirek, Sam Natali, 3am Petix, Lea Przylylski, Ernest Nagy,
Charles Naessens, Rahert kabus, Aenrie Paquc, Harold Priebe, Frank Pacman, Robe
Thzrd han? Fred Pinstan, Jae Pazzanese, william MOOIH, Jae Pielicha, Bill
Perich, Jerald Norton, Norman kavenscruet, Ancy Nedwin 65
Mrs. Helen Martin IIA
First Row: Pat Spalding, Alice Schoen, Barbara Shebelia, Jeanne Peters, Marie
Stevens, Nancy Schaffer, Beatrice Skurdon, Dorothy Snider, Betty Smith, Frances
Second Row: Laura Roland, Margaret Spinx, Jean Redigan, Rose Singleton, Edna
Schultheiss, Eleanor Rice, Madeline Pulford, Rose Romanelli, Mary Srlletto, ROSS
Soma, Mary Shobelia
Third Row: Elsie Sobo, Sybil Showers, Beatrice Snook, Norma Rechlin, Dorothy
Schultz, Yolanda Samhorski, Antoinette Suragen, Virginia Savoy
Fourth Row: Josephine Stanek, Virginia Reed, Clara Smith, Nora Lee Smithf Marie
Steffens, Elaine Stemle, Mary Pritchard, Ora Lee Schreider
Hr. Michael Savage IIA
First Rowf John Sabol, Clarence Schultz, Robert Sink, Earnest Shartell, Alex-
ander Rozycki, Casmir Spiegoski, Edwin Shaffer
Second How: Gordon Stevens, Carl Stanton, Bill Riddle, Fred Sutter, Arthur
Shoperd, Eddie Shreider, Casmir Stec, Richard Denny
fhird Ruud Henry Surma, Robert Richmond, John Rygcil, Phil Scavo, Joe Raulo,
Clifton Smith, Joe Rymarz, Jack Stoctz, Clifford Rayl
Fourth Rowf Charles Ross, Joe Siracuse, George Sinko, Jack Rockefellow, Louis
Schoeb, Gerald Rice, Charles Shebor
Fifth Howl Mr. Michael Savage, Thomas Sheptaski, Henry Riberas, Gilbert Riv-
ette, Ed Siedlik, Eddie Rantzohn, Bob Schram
Mr. Clark Schwaderer IIA
First Row: mary Von Osten, Precio Wieczorek, 'fiildrei Vogel, Betty Sweeney, JOBS!
Yossek, Virginia Vallee, Janice Welsh, Muriel Taylor
S2C0VlCi ROW! Arlene Theuer, Virginia Srritli, Irene Watkins, Hcrriet Weber, Hen
fieffp VON AQUNOGI, Irene Vofokos, Elizabeth Wilhelm, Florence Vecchione,
Antoinette Vckoliuch, Jean Wilson, Theresa Urbnnski, Kleiner Wood, "11lvir4 4
fhlfd H0103 .Tenn Stewert, Ethel S-il-zxipclluk, '-lzry LN: Yalrty, Eluxr-' Ziff-II, VISIIHG
wensko. Jeun Werner. Lvo Stout, Leona warren, lrvlrihine Vicdionnlll
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Mr. J. W. Stallard IIA
First f1'Oh'.' Ifihnny Weber, jmck Ton--lion, Robert Frrixtfin, Pict?-1 Vuccfm, l.1:'wn-1
Zalewukl, Russel Swxndlrfhurstj yfwlrnny Y-irvtiri, Eiiwnr-t 'w'lfud0rr1'yk, V-L+-nneth
Th imp :son
3660711 fwlvf Hurry v-erster, Arthur kltibrkrz, I-rrhcrd Wcisielewskl, Peter Ywtwwv
John Vincent, JGCWf"f'1l1lllS, vfvbvrt Teszamwr, Vrmstwr wif: t'-- Lt, '-'1. !.'w, .'f'lil1Il
Tfl1Y'dfl'0k'.' Jeiun Zullclm, 'fuk Twwn, luck Manton, Charles vwtzfvl, Robert wlifvill-w.v1
Ed-lie 'Yntil ,Volts 'ffxzilf
Fourth how: E-iwurtl wilrimowski, Lenrurll Zelvk, Tor'-vs Tutt, Snlvritnre -147I'rf1l11.
Jeorge l'ru.ivf1'x, Hubert Vriwf-ls
Frffh Now: Walter wykes, Senrfre York, Eilwci-1 Jclruciln, llwfwn Zivlm., I.,-lwzs wzrienl r,
C1 yde West
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Mrs. Gladys Moore IIB
First Row: Anno Antonelli, Mary Harrower, Betty Hassel, Rose Hagopian, Mrs.
Moore, Shirley Dalton, Frances Dubas, Jean Giandomenico, Harrietta Clark
Second Row: Mary Costa, Marjorie Barbati, Josephine Croce, Helen Czajkowski,
Joyce Bowyer, Phyllis Duncan, Angeline Gutcen, Maxine Griffin, Shirley Gilberp
Third Row: Josephine Bova, Alice Alley, Betty Daniel, Sylvia Dorobant, Martha
Gyerman, Grace Delaney, Anne Doyle, Mary Chicles, Margaret Hayes, Julia Hendrick-
son, Dorothy Pina, Amelia Golles
Fourth Row: Mary De Paplis, Evelyn Srucella, Anne Gonzalez, Joan Frank, Fran-
ces Anastos, Dorothy Bush, Olga Hlady, Angel Dakasian, Carol Jean Cowager, Vera
Burton, Audrey Burton, Shirley Cole
Mr. Ray Parker IIB
First Row: Harold Clark, Earle Chorbaaian, Vincent de Vario, Mel Ferstle, Alex
Bilunow, John Bappert, Walter Balukonis, Hubert Caldwell, Ed Cyrek
Second Row: Eugene Arnold, Don Fletcher, Joe Basiaqa, Gordon Finnigan, John
Cioma, Norm Dupell, Charles Cifor, Ernest Cloutier, Joe Bonnano, William Andrews
Third Rau: Casimer Bury, Richard Devor, Charles Bondie, Remus Crisan, Chuck
Bradley, Leo Camardese, Charles Boyd
Mrs. Charlotte Wolfe
First Row: Isabelle Murray, Alice Meyer, June McLeod, Eleanor Homniak,
Charlotte Wolfe, Evelyn Narancich, Helen Kocharotf, Gina Manfreli, Mary Ruth
Second Now: Mary Lizon, Eleanor Krol, Madeline McSurn, Blanche Karuzis,
Mary Moll, Gloria Love, Betty Larsh, Patsy Isom, Rose Isaia, Ann Jensen
Thlrd konw Boba Lee Holmes, Mary Montgomery, Irene Jac son, Aileen Lohr, Geral-
dine Maiera, Peggy Kindred, Lillian McLaren, Theresa Klemar, Betty Mann, Helen
Kowalske, Margaret Nehasil
Fourth Row: Eleanor Karu7is, ruth Martin, Doris monberq, Justine Nichole, Helen
Meadus, Eleanor Kieronske, Grace Nichols, Nancy McCabe, Mary Morone, Jean Worn-
all, Irene Jensen
Mr. Everett Luomd IIB
First Row: Paul Janik, Edward Kownicki, Fred Kent, Floyd Srucella, Zyqmund Kowal
John Golich, Don Haller, Hugh Freeman, Harry Hildebrandt
Second Row: Arthur Helm, Frank Galliant, Edward Kowaleski, Robert Hamilton, Nic
Kresuk, Clair Koebbe
Third Rtw: Donald Frisch, Kazmer Kurek, Harold Hupman, Louis Horde, Andrew Hild
Harry Kealeian, John Grecu, William James, William Julian, Leon Kulakowskl
Fourth Row: Luke Kremer, David Kloyz, Leonard Krahs, Fred Kaspriak, Donald
Miss Hilda Horny IIB
First Row: Jenny Romanzenko, Nancy Pashian, Mary Zogar, Isabel Orlicki, Alice
Scarcelli, Rose Swiantek, Lottie Wdowiak, Rose Pacesky, Luceil Stratton
Second Row: Mary Temple, Mary Rose Swaid, Irene Urcheck, Jean Parker, Barbara
Swantek, Shirley Parsell, Bette Swajkowski, Mary Sepulveda, Mary Stanciu, Vic-
Third Row:Helen Pietras, Phyllis Sutton, Marie Wrighter, Viola Reigner, Betty
Reber, Lillian Zadoorian, Doris Porter, Emmagene 3'Brien, Dolores Zuzack
Fourth Row: Gloria Polic, Betty Phillp, Mary Zdunich, Doris Walker, Betty Jean
Senkewitz, Virginia Szramsky, Mary Jane Rice, Betty Weaver, Billie Schultr
Hr. Edward Hoods IIB
First Row: Frank Pieczynski, Bruce Lennox, Fred Muttersbach, Dewitt Michlap, Len
Mazur, Jack Morden
Second Row: Bob Morency, Alan Meeker, Yroslaw Pitlak, Ted Mazur, John Lemon,
Norbert Melnik, Bob Pettit
Third How: Alex Pietras, Mike Panik, Dick Oppat, Donald Lewis, Sam Morris, Art
Pohutsky, James Loukota, Anthony Pinko, Richard Nowicke
Fourth Row: Benny Mrkva, Cleighton Melin, Fred Marinucci, John Laird, Louis
Mr. Lawrence Koster IIB
F1fSf How: John Stun, David White, Georqn
Zubeck, James Rudke, Henry Sukup, Milton Vunk
Second Huw: Clair koftery, Frank Wor, gichm
ence Koster, Roman Troskos, Val Ventrn, Joe T
fkira How: Leo Sulesky, Rulpr Saluccz, Tn
Euqene Sikoio, James witke, Fletcher wroten,
Fourth how: Joe West, Reginald Tye, James
John Smith, Don Schweikhurt, Ben Tow, Ed Sikc
i, kohert Wollenwober, Nic
Janna Wesfhy, Kd STGNUO
mnes hay, Chcrl
Mr. Harold Hoffenbacher-IOA
First Nnuw Robert Lnsler, Lester Beebe, 5-rqli Christie, rwiph Brinnon, Vo'
nnrr, Louis Eivlmw, mvbert Bates, Donoli Vhiisiio
fecowd Hnwf Frank Ciccn, Bert Cwndrwn, Jincunt Album, Mwrt Qivnls, rwiwlp
Cnldernn, Leo Boodnkiun, deorqe Burns, pill nrinvs, Clrmvnts Awww
fhiri Hvwf dordon Albright, James Ccneiwn, Charles Ewnwfi-lf, .hewdoiv Yoz'e
Robert Andrews, John Bruhns, Aldo Bonnmiri, hay Qin nser, Auixwi rurivn
Fnu1tH Now: Charles Bell, Jack Kpostol, Fohn Pvwrs, dvrnwrt gnnwnom, Fwrnii
Hutt, Seorqw Brudno, Lawrence Buchner, Christ Mullin
Mr. Samuel KODP' 'OA
First Row: Irene Mierzwa, Elizabeth Narkarian, Theresa yi9d1qr, Dorothy Mec-
halko, Frances Lebert, Betty Krause, lrene Kubic, Lillian Lavine, Barbara Ma-
Second How: Ruth Lapham, Qwendolyn McDanile, Dolores Lesner, Jeanette Malzahn,
Margaret Martens, Shirley Klein, Margaret Kovalchik, Helen Koltun
Third how: Doreen LaGrave, Loma Klinker, Gertrude Kuhn, Ruth Miksys, Margaret
McMillan, Naomi Keppen, Margaret Ketelhut, Muriel McFadden, Christine Longridge
Fourth Row: Rita Lazaruk, Eugenia Linzmaier, Ada Kohout, Marianne Pupini, Margy
McNamara, Veronica McCa1lion, Dona Martin, Genevieve Makowski
Fifth Row: Frances Miceli, Shirley Mellin, Josephine McKenna, Vivian McEwen,
Eleanor Kroll, Virginia Mervich, Betty Miller, Areta Liackis, Evelyn Kinske
Sixth Row: Audrey Marshall, Mary Kmet, Shirley Marshall, Dorothy Kidon, Gladys
Mr. Elden Cross-IOA
Fzrst Row: Charles Temple, Jim Speight, Edward Vance, LaVerne Westerlund, Myron
Urdea, Donald Yeager, James Trudeau, Bob Smith, Michael waskul, Harry Strauss
Second Row: Russel Thieleman, Bill wells, George Uczeniwcz, Frankie St. Mary,
Leo Szabla, Elden Cross, Howard Torns, Franklin Snow, Harry Smith, George Szabo,
fhtrd How: Eugene Spanski, boy Snell, Robert Young, Bobby Wilkes, Daniel
Steinke, Harry Waleer, Albert worth, Ted Tilicea, Don Sutton, Harold Stevens
Fourth Row: Dan Wagner, Orrin Utley, Joe Tebbe, John Pemesan, Tom Turchan, Ed
Stoll, Robert Taylor, Lawrence Young, Dominic Tataronowicz, Richard Wroblewski,
walter widak, Clifford Zenz, nick Stratton
Miss Irma Cilley-IOA
First Row: Ruth Smith, Shirley Sculley, Joan Schaffer, Theresa Sherry, Lucille
Stephens, Margaret Straub, Helen Strong, Aurelia Straza
Second How: Margaret Schwolgin, Kathlyn Smith, Sue Smiley, Ruth Rybski, Joan
Sedgewick, Grace Scoda, Tiss Irma Cilley, Grace Srull, Lois Smith, Colleen
Roberts, hosemary Shenk .
Third Row: Patricia Smith, Ruth Schultz, Marry sosi, Ida Rossi, Dorothy Sker-
letz, Beatrice Schwab, Lena hocchio, Carmen roby, Thelma Springer, Sophie,
Rekos, Aspasia Steve
Fourth Row: Leoda kyan, Goldie Saba, Shirley Sackson, Betty Standafer, Jean
Sobieck, Louise Susmak, Jeannette Reichlin, Ruth Seasock, June Schlief
Fifth Row: Rose Marie Sullivan, Margaret Sherry, Agnes Pyder, Lois Smith,
Delores Reedy, Mary Spiro, Virginia Strelbicki, Jeanette Siano
Mr. Harrison Chase-IOA
First Row: George Dwyer, Rocco Sarritano, Jcmes Donovan, lack Fierk, Mike
Czarnecki, Art Forman, Finn haqle, Marvin Cook
Second Row: Cass Damian, John Durocher, Ted Foster, Leonard iawranski, Dick
Gabsdyl, Don Elwood, Harry Corpolongo, Bill Gandolto, Ralph lowler
Third Row: Glen Fishbeck, Irvin Czajkowski, Bill Gernaey, Frank iagarek, Arthur
Fletcher, Fred Gadowski, Dan Baki, Louis Dobry, Wilmer Ford, Ray Ffitl
Fourth Row: Albin Ducher, Bob Fisher. hav Edwards. Franklin Davidson. Euaene
Czarnecki, Tom DiPietro, James DeSimone, James Fancher, Walter Demusiak, Mike
Craver, Adam Ducher
Mrs. Margaret MacMillan-IOA
First Rout Jean Joie, Virginia Harper, Vary Earbo, Shirley Graham, Lorraine
Horof-vy, Margaret Haunt, Ella Helm, Patricia Hales, Marian Johns
Second Hnwg Bertha Joniers, Patricia Jolly, Victoria Ghetia, Lillian Gozarek,
Jean Henderson, Anna Msy Gray, Cornelia Grabowski, Josephine 6-luvanovich, Helen
Heine, Helen Hanna
third Howf Louise Hamasin, Ado hath garrison, Jane Hawkins, Mary Kandilian,
Shirley Harris, Virainia Inhofe, Lsther Johns, Janet Kamecka, Rita Hintzke
Fourth How: Fern Horde, Phyllis Hoskins, Ethel Karagas, Betty Jasbinsek,
Kathleen Kelly, Ruth Herbey, Alberta Kelley, Anne Ireland, Lorraine Jozwick,
Fifth Nozug Betty Good, Jane Jagodzinski, Irene Gray, Madelyn Hartman, Thelma
Hamby, Helen oojewgki, Emily Groma-izinski
Mr. Harrison Helah IOA
First Row: Lee 0'Connel, Kenneth Sawicki, Fred Paqac, Richard Pietryzk, Richard
Schram, Fred Norton, George Sawicki, Eugene Nozewski, Chester Rosol
Second Row:Bruce Shoemaker, Edwin Rice, Ted Schroeder, Nick Perva, Edward
Pietras, Anthony Pultorak, John Rocchietti, Quinten Ray, Dick Shakarian, Stanley
Third Row: Tom Navacheff, Alfred Porta, Raymond Parpart, Richard Skinner, Andrew
Park, Russel Peake, Grant Scharf, John Seiler, Art Polaske, Ray Paruch, Roy
Fourth Row: Harold Scheerer, Louis Pavel, Gordon Riddle, Joe Pellegrino, Joe
Ooinski, Gus Ploch, Tully Rector, George Schleif, Raymond Polidori, Ray Sisco,
.fi,Han- J., ..zy .
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Mlm: Ann lollon-IOA
First Row: Joan Fisher, Eleanor Bondie, Antoinette Bruzas, Rosemary DiPoolo,
Sarah Adray, Daisy Bradley, Elaine Croley, Jean Clough, Louise Ansell
Second Row: Gwen Coleman, Helen Beten, Anna Donaldson, Virginia Darabqn, Eunice
Cannellas, Sophie Chauchotf, Rose Ciccarelli, Mary Casha, Jean Dekette, Shirley
De Rosia, Rita DuFresne
Third Row: Miss Ann Nelson. Betty Faitel, Virginia Fustukian, Eleanor Bute,
Elaine Drys, Betty Crouse, Eleanor Pebbo, Constance Gallagher, Darlyne Cooper,
Shirley Chevrette, Virginia Biestek, Dolores Dysarz, Katherine Benio
Fourth Row: Stella Gach, Doris Brown, Billie Dillingham, Elizabeth Christie,
Helen Beernaert, Bettie Eicholtz, Dorothy Berryman, Alice Gabriel, Virginia
Baramski, Josephine DiPoola, Mildred Penske, Joyce Folley, Gwendolyn Brady,
Fifth Row: Helen Clayton, Irene Bien, Violet Daniels, Barbara Brooks, Ileen
Bloom, Joyce Church, Margaret Davey, Doris Anderson, Jo Fundaro, Eatima Abraham,
June Fellwock, Elsie Boik, Georgetta Empson
Sixth Now: Virginia Drazba, Viola Cummer, Margaret Condra, Eva Barbiaux, Lois
Brownfield, Betty Edwards, Geialdine Esper, Dolores Dickerson, Margaret Boehm,
Margaret Bennett, Claiter Downs, Jeanette Allan, Geraldine Ciesla
Mr. Henry Seekanp-IOA
First Row: Ray Martin, Tom Malec, Kenneth McCauley, Dale Morris, Ed Latwinski,
Mr. Henry Seekamp, Stanley Markowski, Edward McLaughlin, Art Nelson, Jim Naylor,
Second Row: Robert LaPorte, Louis Nagy, Jack Lamb, Art Lambert, George Marek,
Paul Muraca, Anthoney Miglio, Philip McNulty, Wilford Miles, Alex Leskevich
Third Row: John Merna, John McFarland, Bill Mitchell, Marino Massetti, Phil
Mitchell, Richard Marcyan, Ray Markowski, David Nephew, John Lindquist, John
Matosh, Paul Meinhard
Fourth Row: Frank Leight, Lawrence Marta, Dinty Moore, Stanley March, Albert
Lloyd, Art LeBlanc, Ray Larsen, John Longo, Donald Lonser, Joe Kurmas, Gordon
Mr. Stanley B. Smith-IOA
first Row: Marjorie Wanderski, Marie Taylor, Marion Watkins, Jean Toner,
MY- 5T0U19Y B- Smith, MGTY Taylor, Verna Valentine, Mary White, June Wilcox
Second Row: lnqrid Wierimaa, Elizabeth Tale, Virginia Wantuck, Donna Jean Zink,
Doris Wimmefi Esther Volkl Vifiinia Walv, Gloria Talamante, Marilyn Young, Helen
Third Row! Isabel Thomas, Nancy Wood, Kathryn Tudjek, Edith Valentino, Noella
Van Dorp, Sabina Zalewiski, Paula Waliers, Eltreda Weiss, Jennie Yomma
Fourth Row: Rose Torosian, Dolores Wiacek, Lillian Vincent, Florence Zeqlen,
Alice Thure, Wanda Urban, Esther Ziemba, Phyllis Warnock, Leone Vanoast, Violet
Mr. Charles Rldlsy-IOA
First Row: Raymond Grzeskowiak, Gerald Kelley, John Gerogosian, Nick Karagaa,
William Harris, Jim Harris, Harold Gibbons
Second Row: Ronald Helme, Joe Klos, Alex Kolody, Lawrence Groen, Mr. Charles
Ridley Nick Gilbert, Harold Harrison, Steve Kendzierski, Henry Korman
Third Row: Felix Jaroslawski, William Kachaturoff, Vaughan Graham, Tom Keeler,
Richard Klaport, Jack Grigorian, Mickey Hamilton, Edward Kozlow, Art Kiernan,
Fourth Row: Louis Guido E. J. Hutson, Edward Kazanowski, Edwin Hoscelo, Joe
Hankinson, Len Kidon, Bob Griffke, Kalman Katana, Marvin Gutzka, B111 Holbird
Fifth Row: Ted Gomolak, Varushian Kachadorian, John Kissel, Bob Hill, Charles
Kish, Merrill Hildebrandt, Frank Judaszewski, Tom Keller, George Kalovits,Henry
Mi ss Norma Green
Mrs Mary ueauchamn IO
Mrs. Lotus Knight I0-B
Mr. Lyle Hines: I0-B
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First Rowf Doris Andrus, Virgene Buck, Grace Arsenault, Doris Gross, Joyce
Second Row: Alice Bailey, Betty Brenda, Maureen Dobson, Mary Lou Cochell,
Cherrie Cahill, Mazy Banda.
Third Row: Lois Densmore, Bea Barraco, Rose Boyagian, Margaret Bazanaki, Verna
Czaph, Marion Barton, Doreen Baldwin, Louise Depa.
Fourth Row: Melva Bower, Elinor Cottrell, E-etty Cox, Fern Sofield, Dorothy
Boomer, Marion Farrugia, Margaret Calhoun.
Fifth Row: Jessie Chimenti, Geraldine Bloctscher, Faye Duby, Joyce Denecke,
Ruth Dingfeldt, Joan Binder, Marv Andrews. Laura Alexander.
Mr. Robert K. Eiilsz IO-F
First Row: Don Riddle, Huston Paterson, Charles McC1enaghan, Roman Serbay, Joe
Second Row: Ed Pietnas, Nuleon Miles, Robert Schultz, Bob Noppe, Bob Schebor,
Laurence Profoff, Alex Martin, John Nagy.
Third Row: Charles Machacek, George Nichols, John Morgan, Calvin Ryan, Kenneth
Richard, Curtis Maynard, Ed Sekutowski, Clement Miley.
Fourth Row: Tony Sangeorgan, Robert Pavelich, Fred Matle, Antonio Nadeau,
Russel Myers, Howard Shoemaker, Frank May, Mark Rochon, Gordon Sheets, Don
Sambrook, Ted Martin, Howard Rizner.
Mr. Reginald Davies:
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ln the following section of the Fleur-de-Lis, we, the editors, hope to pre-
sent through a series of pictures and write-ups a complete list of the club mem-
bership that is offered to Fordson students.
The first is the Art Club which is the youngest organization at Fordson and
was designed for the students interested in arm
The next is the Dramatic Club which is for those students interested in pre-
senting plays and other activities connected with drama.
After that is a complete cast of the All-School Play and of the Senior Play
with scenes from the plays and pictures of the members of the committees.
Following that are the Girl Reserve pages, giving a write-up and pictures
with a complete list of the members of both clubs.
In the same manner, the Hi-Yi pages follow. They include pictures of all
the members of boch chapters, and a combined write-up for both chapters with a
list of the officers.
The next is the Forensics Club which was recently organized. This organ-
ization is for those students interested in debating, discussions, and other fo-
rms of public speaking.
After that is the Library Club which was reorganized this year for the stud
ents interested in library work.
Next is the Future Craftsmen of America for the boys who are interested in
Following that are the Student Council and Service Squad which are closely
allied. That is, to make the rules and to enforce them.
The National Honor Society is a national organization of which only chosen
people are members
The following pages are devoted to the Girls' Athletic Association and the
Varsity Club which are athletic clubs t-r the Jirls and boys.
Next is the Fleur-de-Lis page which includes pictures of the staff. After
that is the Mechanical Staff of the Fleur-de-Lis
Two pages are devoted to the Tower Tribune which is the paper of the School.
The last several pages are devoted to the music organi1ati6ns of Fordson
namely: Orchestra, Band and Glee Club.
JUNIOR COLLEGE CLUBS
JUNIOR COLLEGE CAMERA CLUB
Fzrst row: Robert Bough, Wilma
Stevens, Stanley Slazinski, Dolly
McCarty, Michael Kuish. Second
fowl Elaine Jahr, Myrna Davey,
A1 Londa, Shirley Comte, Eleanor
JUNIOR COLLEGE CABINET
Se ated: Thomas McKenna, Dolly McCarty.
Standing: Kenneth Ray, Bill Allsopp,
Mi dtey Elliot.
2, ,YY,e 4
President James Teevzn
V-President Zubel Kachadoorzan
Secretary Yolanda Samborski
Treasurer John Lacatts
F1rst row: Mrs. Lyman, John Lacatis, Yolanda Samborski,
Irene Youngquiat, Jean Redigan, Betty Reed, Betty Jory,
Second row: Marianne Johnson, Shirley Holmes, Dorothy
Aichler, Winifred Worthington, Mary Morse, Delphine
Meyers. Thard row: Zabel Kachadoorian, Ed Strahota,
Royal Hocking, Jim Teevin, Edmund Zalewski.
J ones Teevin, Zubel Kachadoorian,
and Marianne Johnson, members of
the Art Club are doing the art
work on the Fleur de Lis.
V This club, the youngest organ-
ization at Fordson, was formed to
give the students Q chance to ex-
press their thoughts through the
medium of art. During the semester
the members are given an opportun-
ity to do this by taking up varied
types of art work. It is sponsored
by Mrs. Mildred Lyman.
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For KMQ studwnts mntwrwstud in thv
production of plays, wwwhwrship in tho
Drcmutxr Club ls mftvrvn. Rich Somvstor
an opportunity to tryout li QIVQN. Wow-
evwg thw wojnrity cl thw mcviurs are the
Students who tukv putt ix thn All School
Play and the Senior Play. The club is
SQORSOTQJ by M155 Mary Lilo Zang.
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MRS. CLOVEP ....
MR. CLOVER ....
SUSAN BLAKE ....
BETSY ERWIN ....
nsnnv QUINN ....
Order of Auneara
- ................ Dorothy Lawrence
. ...... B111 Llvermora
. .... Barbara Polley
.. .... Marquerzte Alett
... ...Stella Anderson
OFFICEP SAMMONS... ....... Joe Wzmmer
FOOTBALL PLAYERS ..... Jzm Vchenna, Steven W1ttman
Ernest Lem1rande, Mzck Hartman
I'OI.I,Y IIICCKER . ,
MRS. GRIMM , .
I'IIII.IP NORRIS .
MRS. NORRIS .
MR. NORRIS . , ,
MISS SPICNCICR . .
MISS SIOCUNI .
JAKE RICHARDS .
PIZNNY PALMER .
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IL RESERVES-PLUE CHAPTER
First row: Florence Lacatis, Verda Hen-
drickson, Mary Chernus, Mary Della Vee-
chie, Ann Taylor, Marilyn Rogers, Shirley
Eibler, Betty Reed. Second row: Norma
Bunse, Irene Youngquist, Roberta Geer, Pat-
ricia Elliott, Mae Srull, Dorothy Schaeffer
Fay Helm. Third row! Mildred Neuman, Ruth
Alexander, Marjorie Smith, Esther Pulverma-
cher, Barbara McCammon, Marjorie Baker,
Helen Matuszewski. Fourth row: Margaret
Barson, Stella Anderson, Vesta Coward,
Marie Bauer, Helen Labick, Joanne Treese,
Muriel McCarty, Betty Ann Bush, Lois Mel-
'irst row: Betty Lee Reed, Ruth Sintay,
Iary Chernus, Mary Yagniszak, Alma Fas-
aett, Marjorie Baker, Fay Helm, Marilyn
41191-1, Second row: Ollie Brenda, Del-
lhire Moniuslo, Genevieve Bailey, Bar-
wara Cook, Shirley Eibler, Helen Matuszew-
iki, Anne Taylor, Clara Gubachy. Third
'ow: Mary Boyle, Winona Ford, Marjorie
lmith, Ruth Alexander, Roberta Geer, Verda
lendrickson, June Layton, Mrs. Fisher.
'ourth row: Marie Bauer, Bernadine Reed,
,everly Voiles, Jean Damon, Alice Dymtrow,
rorothy Kivela, Path Harris. Fifth fOw.'
esta Coward, Jean Anderson, Francis Osipe
iff, June Fimbinger, Virginia Jones, Joan-
e Treese, Betty Jones, Margaret Barson.
President. ..... .Jlarjorie Baker
V-President... .... 41 ary Chernus
Secretary ...... ...Alma Fassett
Treasurer... ...Fay Jean Helm
GIRL RESERVES - WHITE CHAPTER
first row: Arvella Englegau, Wanda Brown-
field, Jeane Warner, Ruth Lintur, Betty
Krause, Louise Bergstrom, Delphine
Viggianelli, Maxine Griffin. Second row:
Miss Butcher, Beulah Brake, Alice Larry,
Betty Binder, Helen Kacharoff, Sylvia
Ciernick, Jean Garwood, Jean Rediqflfh
Norma Christen. Hurd row: Leona Liske,
Jeane willenborg, Twila Hendrickson,
Dolores Crowe, Doris Grigsby, Mary Sil-
leto, Mildred Ross, Gloria Hoff. Fourth
row: Virginia Reed, JoAnn Naylor, Betty
Park, Sylvia Dorogant, Shirley Cole,
Eleanor Holmaniak, Lorraine Bowe. Fifth
row: Eleanor wood, Vivian Mitchell, Ethel
Lester, Shirley Holmes, Sylvia Butkowskr
Eleanor Vonderlvlheele, FIOTU N911 BOUGH-
The aim of the Girl Reserves is to prevail
upon girls to become interested in helping other
people, and to help them to form lasting friend-
ships. The Girl Reserves are constantly helping
the students and faculty of Fordson. They usher
at the plays and concerts, and at the Michigan
Theater for Good Friday Services. They obtain
candy concessions for the games, they attend
parties at the Y. W. C. A. and attend a State
Conference twice yearly. The club is sponsored
by Mrs. Fisher and Miss Horny of the Blue
Mr. Hughes gets initiated
into the Girl Reserves as
an honorary member.
Chapter and Miss Butcher and Miss Paths of the
President ..... ...Ethel Lester
V-President... ............ Alice Larry
Secretary ..... ...Eleanor VantierWl1eeLe
Treasurer.. ......... Mildred Ross
Y BLUE CHAPTER
First row: Francis Parry, Bill Wooton,
Ernest bemirande, William Livermore,
John Oledszewski. Second row: Mr.
W. F. Davis, Harry Boqosian, Calvin
Nathewson, James Teevin, Ray Tanske,
Daniel Pavluk, James McKenzie, Nar-
cell wrobloski. Third row: Don Mit-
chell, Kenneth Qoerke, John Linkquist,
Everett Vanlon, Cyril Bourcier, David
Blaney, Frank Aquino, Joe Wimmer.
This organization is a high school branch of the Y. M. C. A.
here are two chapters at Fordson, but with one endeavor, to
recte, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community
iqh standards ot Christian character. The five C's of its
latform are clean living, clean athletics, clean speech, clean
cholarship, and Christian character. The Tractor chapter is
ponsored by Er. Charles Ridley and Nr. W. F. Davis sponsors
he Blue chapter.
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V-President. . .
Secretary. . .
Treasurer. . .
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. . .Harry Jogcszan
. . . .fiarold .:"arr1 son
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OFFICERS OF TRACTOR CHAPTER
President... ...Jack Sull11'an
V-President.. ..... Varla Doran
. .Hueorge Smko
, ,.,, Hob Trurton
F1 rst row: Kennedy Layton, Lloyd Kirk-
patrick, Charles James, Robert Truxton,
Ken Kiner. Second row: Ewil Iartenelli,
George Parigian, Donald Sermon, Henry
Czajkowski, Tfiax Johnson. 1:11 ral row:
Ridley, Bill Langlois, Robert iiutherin,
Mark Doran, George Sinko, I-ay Ierrier.
President .... ..,Wargaret darson -
VfPresi-lent... ...Swlifla Lfzermcb
Se cretary... .. Ularn Qm1tH .if-h ,
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Tr easurer... ...Irvnv Snuntka , A x'i'
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f mrst row: Fred Gregorich, Jean Henderson, Harriet Clark, Stella
Anderson, Virginia Swiecicki, Irene Sobotka, Doris Kolpacki.
SPCOHJ VOMJ Fill livermore, Doris Crisqby, Ethel Lzter, Shirley
Eibler, Gloria Hoff, Delores Wiacek, Alfredo Weiss, Jane Hawkins.
Third row! Sylvia Ciernick, Magdeline Sherman, Lila Frey, Sylvia
Morse, Margaret Barson, Sylvia Dorobant, Doris Fishbeck, Billie
Schultz. fourth row: Mrs. Moore, Lee O'Conne1l, Bill Sadette,
Jack Sullivan, Jack Platz, Lois Baer, Frances Ellis, Shirley
Lewalter, Aubrey Hamilton, Alexander Roczyecki, Helen Matuszewski.
This semester the former Forensics group
was oraanized into a club, whose purpose it is
to promote unity between the different schools in
the forums and raunJ table uiscussions. Mrs.
liladys Moore is the sponsor at the club.
Standing: Jean Damon, Vary Elizabeth
Gilmore, Esther Pulvermacher, Jean Wilson.
Seated: Vlss Luc1lle Walsh, Josehhzne
Squzres, Dorothy Landgraf, Vorma Vanzon,
Eleanor Holmaniak, Olga Hlady, Shirley
luck, Fay Vtllerf and Boba Lee Holmes.
President... ...... . . ...... .. ..... .
ident... .......... Fay Hiller
The Library Club was reorganized in October, 1941.
It is a club for the students interested in library
work. To become a member of the club, you must have
taken library training for one semester with a mark of
HB0 or above. Its aim is to promote an exchange of
ideas about books between members and to extend these
ideas to other students. The club is sponsored by Miss
Miss Walsh and Fay Miller
work at the desk in the
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CAPTAINS OF THE SERVICE SQIAD
MEWERS OF THE SERVICE SOJAD
The entire Service Squad
is made up of volunteers with the
exception of the chief captain who
is appointed by Mr. Woolford. There
are no awards given except at the
end of the semester when each
member receives a service pin for
loyal efforts. The Service Squad
is sponsored by Mr. Murrill Woolford.
FUTURE GMFTSMEN OF MERICA V
All of the archery tackle is made
by the students themselves. Archery
tackle includes bow, strings, arrows,
finger stalls, quiver, bracer, and
ss ,r it
The aim of the Future Crafts-
men ot America is to promote better
citizenship through the encourag-
ment of hard work, and to increase
industrial knowledge. The members
include students from the print
shop, the machine shop, the elec-
tric shop, and the draftinq shop.
Included within these major de-
partments are various smaller sec-
All boys in trade traininq
who maintain at least a HCM oven
aqe at all times are eligible
for membership. The cluh is run
by the members themselves with
the advice ot Hr. Harvey Smith
and Fr. Leo Sardner, the sponsors
at the Club.
This picture shows a bow in the
making. The bow is Cut down to
size with a spoke share, scraper
and sandpaper until the Hdrawu
Pcading from lett to right, the
council members are: Lillian
'cUlaren, Fark Doran, Fary Lee
wammnnd, Robert Sutherin, Vesta
coward, ir. Woolford, Farilyn
Rogers, Charles Schebor, and Ken
The Student Council was or-
ganized to govern the students
in a democratic and practical
manner. The Council has the
power to grant club charterq
conduct school elections, super-
vise clubs, give candy concess-
ions, and take charge of school
affairs. At the nic-semester
chester Vellett, Dorothy Schae-
ffer, and Jack Sullivan were
elected to take over the duties
ot Robert Sutherin, Kenneth
Kiner, and Marilyn Rogers, grad-
uating Council members. The
Student Council is sponsored by
Nr. Murrill Woolford.
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by the Student Council was
the Sadie Hawkins' dance.
Here is Marryin' Sam in full
N ATI ONAL HONOR SOCIETY
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V-President... ...Wll1a'n.ic1ius er i ul
Secretary... ..... Helen flortzw
President... ..Zubel Ifachczdaorzart ' f
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Treasurer... ...1'aLr1cu1 Devlin '
January graduates of the
National Honor Society
Members of the National Honor Society
As its name signifies, this chapter
is a national group. It is made up of
students who have done the most for their'
school in scholarship, readership,
character, and service. The members of
this society are the outstanding students
of the school. It is sponsored by Mrs.
S' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Several members of the G. A. A. confer
about the future activities.
The purpose of the Girls Athletic
Association is to promote athletics,
camaraderie, and sportsmanship among
the girls of Fordson. This organization
sponsors many tournaments, activities,
and social events during the course of
a year. Each semester awards are given
to the championship team in each major
sport tournament, and letters are
awarded to the five outstanding girls
in G. A. A. activities.
President Vlke 'qIUj'
V-President 505 5155975
Secretary John 'feftos
Treasurer Hob linzma
of football, basketball
track, tennis, and golf.
the school in any way to
Ken Bulge receives his
letter from Mr. Cather-
Mr. Russell Catherman.
man at the Honors
institution of learning
The Fordson High School Varsity Club was
organized for the purpose of creating aood
fellowship among all of the letter winners
Its aim is to assist
make Fordson a better
It is sponsored by
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important processes in the editing of the Fluer De Lis
re developed in the industrial unit. Several of these
re voritvpe composition, running the press, plate developing,
hotoqrophinqJ adjusting meosurments, Stripping, and burn-
ng the plate. The Fleur De Lis is one of the very few un-
utils that is yrodiceii entirely within the school itself.
FLEUR DE LIS
Standing: Patricia Devlin, Co-Editorg
..r. Arthur duihes, Sponsor, Shirley
Buck, Co-Editor. Seated is Fay Jean
Helm, Associate Editor.
Standing are Bob Nowdorski and Ralph
Venk, Staff Photographers and Margaret
Barson, June Senior Editor. Seated is
Irene Youngquist, January Senior
Ken Kiner, Art Staff, Rose Rabchuck,
Feature Editorg Verda Hendrickson,
Junior Edi tor, Twila Hendrickson.
Standing: Ed Kietur and George Zagra-
Chas, Sports Editors. Seated: Marge
Klieman, Girls' sports Editor, Agnes
Dobronski, Faculty Editor, and Dorothy
Schaefer, Organizations Editor.
The Tower Tribune is Edited and Printed
Entirely hy Students of the Fordson High
School, Dearborn, Michigan. It is published
Bi-Weekly and Distributed Free of Charge.
Snuiisorn-ltlr. Arthur G. Hughes
Cu-litlitors ---- Barbara MeCammon
Associate Editor . - - - - Lois Mcllin
News liclitor - - - - - - Helene Sciter
Sports Iirlitor - - - - - Frank Karoly
Girls' Sports Ilditnr - - - - Doris Orr
Copy Iitlitor - - - - - - Lillian Slota
Exchange Editor- - - Rose Romanell:
Statf Photographers - - Ralvh Venk
Mechanical Chief - - - - Nirk Carstea jr.
STA R R ICIHORTICRS
Virginia Kot, Melvin Metsa, Ann Pentelichuk,
Marjorie Smith, Jean Cole, Mary Caurdy,
Alina lfaxwtt, llt-tty limes, Virginia Reed.
Luis Baer, Antlrenc Baxter, Sylvia Ciernick,
Richard Ili-Qpeii. ,lustine Lnve, Gloria Lynch,
Rose Ralmcliuk, Irene Youngquist, Delores
Sawicki, :intl Irene Klll'lllHlll3R
Meelizinirzll Atlvisnr - - - Mr. Glenn Purrlham
jim Cicrnrelli lid Parrott Toni Meyer
Nick Gaina 'lack Platz Tavi Sackash
Bryce- Ytlzithie Lawrence Muitinski Mike Stacho
Leon Grilles Vincent Ravenna Nick Varvari
Herb vlolimnn Marco Marchelletta Bob Gaw
Setting the type
Mr. Hughes confers with
the Editorial Board.
Running the paper off the press
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Sponsor Arthur G Hughes
Melvin Mvstsa Lillian Slota
Associated Editor Frank Karoly
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News Editor ---- Ann Pentehchuk
Sports Editor - - - Clarence Dobronski
Girls' Sports ------- Doris Orr
Copy Editor ----- Marjorie Smith
Exchanges and Circulation - - Doris Orr
Stal? Photographers - - - Ralph Venk
Lois Baer, Sylvia Ciernick, jean Cole,
Alma Fassett, Betty jones, Virginia
Kot. Irene Kurmaniak, Gloria Lynch,
Virginia Reed, Rose Romanelli,
Phyllis Duncan, Shirley Eibler, Doris
Grigsby. Gloria Hoff, Mary Silletto
Advisor ------- L. A. Stolfo
Mechanical Chief - - - Jim Ciccarelli
Linotype Foreman - - - Herb Johnson
Proof Readers - - - Lee Collins
Lawrence Muscinski, ,lack Platz,
Nick Varvari, Vincent Ravenna, Bob
Lyons, Benny Lacari, Basil Liske, Bob
Tanguay, Bob Lamkin
The "Cubs" look with pride
at their first issue.
Stor Reporters of the Linotype foreman
first semester sto
1926 was the beginning of the orchestra. lt too was forced
to go through many hardships and like the band, it has con-
tinued to climb. At the present time, the orchestra consists of
fourteen first violins, six second violins, three violas, four
cellos, three basses and a number of other instruments that
are necessary to complete an impressive orchestra. It too
is sponsored by Mr. T. P. Godfrey.
THE MEMBERS OF THE ORCHESTRA ARE:
tarol Bower, Cello, Gwen Brady, Violin, Donna Bald in, Violin,
'fowberson Bogosian, Flute, Harry Bogosian, Biolin, Marion
hoiton, Piano, Laura Barton, Violin, William Buckeyne, Violin,
Alex Calaluca, Violin, Ted Gomalak, Violin, William Gilbert,
'Jiolin, Odette Jean, Violin, Ted ly Kinske, Violin, Henry
Kowalski, Violin, Ed Lulek, Violin, Cleighton Melin, Clarinep
lonzld Lupp, Clarinet, Agapy Lagos, Violin and Viola, Helen
acglure, Cello, Florence Motiw, Piano, Loretta Maxim, Violin,
San Peter, Violin, Adelaide Parker, Clarinet, Angeline Raido,
'Jio1o, lean Stewart, Tympanay and Bells, Goldie Sabo, Bass,
lean Toner, Bass, Alfredo Welis, Piano, Jack Watson, Trombone,
Joe lsai, Trombone, Leona warren, Cello, Leonard Seinosz,
Voilin, Jerry Buresh, Trombone, Charles Drys, Bassoon, Don-
ald Elwood, Coronet, Palph Kowarsick, Coronet, Howard Mc-
Cammon, French Horn, Bill Padden, French Horn, Bob Page,
Bass, Ed Sikora, Drums.
The band of Fordson today was started in 1926, has ione
throuqh many difficulties and is now at the height of its suv
Cess. We owe much to the cooperation and thouahttulness -t
the members and sponsor ot the band, Mr. T. P. Godtr-v, novo
Shown us. Besides offering the fun and experience that can
be gained, the band also provide musical instruction :nd cocc:
ina which often times proves helpful to students.
THE MEMBERS OF THE BAND ARE:
Sam Apharian, Bass, George Burns, Clrriretg Aldo Bonamici
Coronetg Tom Boaosipn, Flute, Jerry Suresh, Trowboneg R111
Buckeyne, Clarinetg Ray Chaisson, Drums, harry Clark, ClGTlDfI:
Bill Cassler, French Horn, George Darabin, oaritoneg Ln:u
Demara, Drums, Giulio De Sancis, Clarinetg Derio Devincrnt,
Clarinetg Charles Drys, Bassoon, Lon Elwood, Coronet, Arthur
Fletcher, Drums, Glen Fishbeck, French worn, william Giltwit
Clarinet, Bill Gondolfo, Clarinet, Frank Sallucci, Coroneq
Carl Heastand, Alto Clarinet: Andrew Held, Drums, Toe lsnza,
Trombone, Bill James, Coronet, Ralph Kowarsick, Caronetg Al
Kampf, Boss Saxophone, John Lonao, Coronet, Donald Lwpp,
Clarinet, Ray Leszak, Alto Saxophone, Allen weaker, Clarinnt5
Cleighton Melin, Clarinet, Joe Mikesko, Coronetg Jack Marten,
Trombone, Donald Mitchell, uoronet, Howard Wccammon, Frorrh
Horng Norbert Nowicki, Baritoneg Eob Towdnrski, Cornneg
Ralph Palis, Coronet, Bill Padden, French Horn, Bot Iago,
Bass, Raymond Misarasi, Clarinet, Francis Perry, Trowbonvg
Louie Pavel, Baritone, James Poledori, Clarinet, Anthony
Pinko, Baritone Saxophone, Vincent havenna, Clarinet, :ilbert
Rivetta, Clarinet, Ed Soloway, Frercr worn, Ev Sikarc, trans,
Eugene Sikora, Clarinetg Henry Sukup, Coronet, Ed Simpson,
Tenor Saxophone, James Tripoli, Clarinet, John Teevin, uoraneg
Robert Tyner, Bass Clarinetg Jack Tanelian, Drums, Peter
Yoahasz, Oboe, John Varvari, Drumsg Ed Wilamoski,Tympanay3
Jack watson, Trombone, John Mech, Clarinet, Nick Perva, Barb
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SUMMARY OF THE
ION! FOOTBALL SEASON
The seventeenth annual football
ust officially closed the 1941
ootball season. This was the gr-
atest season in Fordson's history,
or it marked its first undefeated
eason in their history.
Pordson took the opening game of
he season from Chadsey, 39-O. The
ractors staged a very successful
assing attack against the Chadsey
ridders. After two Fordson touch-
owns the opposing team was power-
ess to prevent Fordson from piling
p a 39 point lead.
The next tilt at Monroe was Ford-
on's only nicht came of the season
na that ended in a 13-7 victory
or the Tractors, despite costly
enalties. As in the Chadsey game
he Farnyk and Balge combination
oised havoc with the Monroe team.
arnyk went over for all four of
he Tractor touchdowns of which
nly two were good.
Despite'a heavy rain which pre-
oiled throughout the next game at
aginaw, Fordson managed to defeat
ts opponents 14-6. Farnyk and
amos went over for the two touch-
The next home game was with
rand Rapids South whom Fordson
wamped with a 20-O victory. Again
he Tractors passing attack was ev-
Mt. Clemens proved almost as easy
ictims as Grand Rapids South for
hey were.handed a neat defeat by
ordson, who won 19-O.
The Pordson eleven were handed
heir first setback of the season
hen they fought a greatly under-
stimated Royal Oak team to a 710
ie.- Wiacek make the only score in
his hard fought game on a pass
Quickly recovering from this set-
ack, however, Fordson journeyed to
rosse Pointe where they handed
heir opponents a 37-O defeat. '
The Tractor eleven ended its i941
ootball season by defeating Wyan-
otte 51-O to clinch the Border
ities League championship. The
ottes were passed dizzy by a Ford-
'on air offensive in this last
Thus Pordson's eighteen year jinx
as broken by an undefeated season.
oach Whalen and Coach Janik de-
erve great credit for building o
winning combination trom comparat-
ively inexperienced recruits.
Throughout the season most of Ford-
son's wins were centered around a
good passing offensive which was
made possible by a strong forward
The Board of Strategy made up of
Mike Farnyk, Ken Bulge, Joe Chabot,
and Haldane Matteson deserve spe-
cial recognition for their fine
work during the season.
The 1942 football team next fall
will miss such veterans as Bob Big-
gers, Don Alabakoff, Bill Chirota,
John Kalin, John Geftos, Clarence
Smith and others who contributed to
Pordson's great season. A
May Coach Whalen's next football
team be able to duplicate this
Coach Janik and Coach Whalen
anxiously watching the outcome
of the thrilling Royal Jak
RESULTS OF THE IQUI FOOTBALL SEASON
FORDSON BOARD OF STRATEGY
Joe Chabot, Mike Farnyk, Ken
Bulge, Haldane Aatteson.
VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
First Row: Don Alobukoff, Henry Nclum, Wally Vondenberq, Mike Fornyk, .Tim Westby,
Clarence Smith, Tully Rector, Bill Willey, Frank KC1ZC1IlOWSki, Chester Wiqcek,
Ed Kozclnowski, Haldane Matteson, Ed Tofil-
Second Row: John Geftos, Robert Biqgers, Henry menus, Ken Bulge, isill Chiroto,
Joe Chobot, Stanley Czornecki, Mciurino lvlossetti, Charles Schebor, George Stczse-
vich, John Colon, Sus Flock, Roy Fritz.
RESERVE FOOTEALL TEAM
l"1rSi f0u'.' Holry ajcrpwlongo, Johr' Arznin, f-le-X HIIUYIFA, Allcn i'.-1rx'wws, "awry
Ostrich, Henry kibflros, fI"3TIY"lH 1111, ffflyrvonw Ynwxcrvj "nb With, Hfhif' +,T!m1tie1',
Tom Rusos, Ycb Loifortw, E-i. fgovul.
Standing: imrold 4'1'I11J Inu 'Tvvvel Larry Ni-urn, .Tnhw L,pLn-fir-, Ili ,2twn!, Louis
widdnvr, flerbwrt LI'-Y-zwcll, lmonurd Mnzur, Iovini Whit-1, Henry Fnufl, 'vV'11"nt1no
Ventro, Jir' Boqdenj flvllo Smwwli.
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Cagers Clinch Border Cities Title
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Wyandotte, Ecorse Win Cage Regionals
Fordson Eliminated by De La Salle
Iwo Vklorles Om Wyandotte Team
Breaks ke For Fordson Helier: aXXQ,u9fiea1g
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Our modern facilities enable girls WON,
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airls simply must be active in
The girls have voted basketball
their favorite sport. Many would
be satisfied to spend their ent-
ire year on basketball alone.
Pina pong, shuttle board, deck tennis,
badminton and other indoor sports take
the sting from the chilly winds.
This sport gives girls an opp-
ortunity to referee, and take
s core for
ed air of
them selves. A task
makes the sport more
and erases the forc-
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VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
Fzrst Row: Chester Vellett, Sam Pettlicoff, Tom Meyer, Ken Balge, Jack
Battle, John Gettos, Bob Biggers, Mike Farnyk.
Second Row: Coach Catherman, Frank Kazanowski, Max Lorente, Marino
Mussetti, Bob Kazina, Henry Noum, Al Mistecki, John Lindquist.
Thi rd Row: Sam Santelli, Bob Kirk, Charles Schebor, Max Johnsons,
Gus Mania, Ted Berce, Gus Ploch, Tully Rector, Louis Corpolongo.
REGIONAL TOURNAMENT RESULTS
F ord T rade School- 19
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Fordson 215 Saginaw Eastern 27 Lincoln Pork- 2C
Fordson 34 River Rouge 29
Fordson 28 Monroe 25
Forcison 39 Detroit, Northern 15
Forclson 20 Grosse Point 15
Fordson 52 Mt. Clemens 24
Fordson 31 Wyandotte 26
Fordson 37 Royal Oak 19
Fordson 59 Monroe 18
Fordson 34 Wyandotte Z6
Fordson 18 Grosse Pointe 26
Fordaon 31 Lansing Eastern 58
Fordson 32 Royal Oak 26
Fordsan 59 Mt. Clemens 22
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Dearbo rn- 20
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JUNIOR COLLEGE BASKETBALL TEAM
First Row: Harry Martin, Bob Schields, Mickey Elliott, Ed Zack, Harry
Second Row: Bill Damien, Bill Allsopp, Bill Moore, Roman Micalucean,
MICHIGAN JUNIOR COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Flint J. C.
Fordson won the Border cities
League Championship for the seventh
time in eight years, by winning ii
out of 14 games.
Our prospects for next year are
very poor because we lose our whole
varsity. Senior letter winners were
Mike Farnyk, Bob Biggers, Jack Bartle,
Frank Kazanowski, Chester Velett, Bob
Kuzma, Al Mistecki and Henry Naum.
Junior letter winners were Marino
Musetti, Max Lorente and Max Johnson.
Three big men graduated in
January. They were Tom Meyers, high
scoring center, Ken Balge, big for-
ward, and Sam Petlickoff, guard.
J. C. BASKETBALL
The 1941-42 season was an
important one for the Junior
College. The first seven games
were lost and then the team
began to click. Of the six
remaining games, five were won.
The Petter winners werq
Bill Allsopp, Bobby Shields,
Mickey Elliott,Harry Martin,
Frank Zach, Bill Miley, and
John Moore. Bill Allsopp and
Bobby Shields were named on the
Detroit Free Press Junior College
Team, both receiving honorable
mention. The only letter winners
returning next fall are Frank
Zach and Bill Miley.
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SUMMARY OF THE SWIMMING SEASON
In December the season's outlook
was not too dim for the Fordson tan-
kers. Several veterans were return-
ing to the team from last yearfs
squadg namely: Nason Everett, Hal-
dane Matteson, Burnett Langston, Ru-
ssell Bochur, George Trudeau, Law-
rence wood, and Andy Chapman. Geor-
ge Daraban and Ed Soloway, his un-
derstudy, were also returning to
take over the diving duties.
In the first meet of the season at
western High School, the Tractors
suffered their worst defeat, 25-SO.
After this defeat the Tractors re-
covered to trim a powerful Ypsilanti
Central team 48-56.
The first home meet of the season
with Ann Arbor University High re-
sulted in a final score of 54-26 in
Fordson's favor. The Ann Arbor boys
were never a serious threat to the
Tractors once the meet was underway.
The first opponent of the new year
was also Pordson's toughest Border
Cities League opponent, Mt. Clems.
However, the Tractors came through
in great style and won by an over-
whelming score of 65-20.
Then the consistently strong Jack-
son High team gave Fordson its sec-
ond defeat of the season. Although
the Tankers managed to keep ahead
at the start, Jackson soon came
through with a 52-52 victory.
The Tractors came back after the
Jackson defeat to win from Grosse
Pointe the closest meet of the sea-
son, 45-41. Victory was not assur-
ed until the last event was over.
Fordson lost the next meet with
Monroe 57-47, but the Tankers came
back as strong as ever to eke out a
47-57 victory over Ypsilanti. They
also won over Pontiac 58-26, and
Royal Oak 46-58.
First row: Ed Soloway, George Turchin,
Gordon McCarty, William Padden, Frank
Raidle, Bob Smith, George Daraban.
Second VOWJ Jim Westby, Russell Bochur,
Lawrence Trudeau, Andy Chapman, Norman
Hill, David Whitcomb, Mason Everett, Law-
Third row: Milton Vanlon, Robert Morgan,
Harold Sheerer, Henry Vincent, Burnett
Langston, George Trudeau, William Love.
Tied for first place with wyan-
dotte, Fordson put them out of the
race with a 52-52 victory in their
next meet to capture the Border Cit-
ies League championship. River
Rouge, Pordson's final opponent,
proved an easy victory for Fordson
who won 56-28.
In the annual Regional swimming
meet the Fordson Tractors captured
the Regional championship by the
narrow margin of three points when
they outswam the runner-up Grosse
Pointe team, 57-54.
From there, the Tractors went on
to the State meet at Ann Arbor to
tie Kalamazoo and share fifth place.
This ended a spectacular season
for Fordson in which they won nine
meets and lost three, excluding the
Regionals and the State meet.
Divers: Lawrence Woods,
QUJQ ahahwan, and Nussell Hochur.
SULTS OF THE SWIM 'INS
ANN ARBOR 'IZ-YIV. .
MT. CLENENS. . .
GROSSE POINTE. . .
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PONTIAC. . .
ROYAL OAK ....
RIVER ROUGE. . .
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diving practice to pose for the CGW
ED SOLOWAY Q is better know as
Hr. T. P. 'Peb' Godfrey's flob
french hom Mayer.
He blows sweet notes at the girls
going bust the Band room and blows
sour notes at nPebn when hractzczng.
ED. SOLOWAY BACK D IVE
He 15 so small
the Earls still th1nk he IS
just a 6th grader.
It's that WOLF
of Feb S trying to reach
hzgh MCH above the staff.
I-1rst .'x'ow.' Chester Moytka, Albert vlisteciqi, John Golich, A1 Jelson
John SvejCO1', Bob Wcsilewski, Boi: Wolfe, Henry Haag, Mike Fcxrnyk,
Second Yom: Don Lontz, Tom Russo, Mike Yuskewitz, Frank f'lGiii1E',
James Covill, Antonio Nodecu, Leo Szubly, A1 Porto. TNT-1 HORN'
Ed Mordorski, Guy Thielznen, .'-Torino Mossitti, Mitchell, Charles,
Schebor, Ted Berce, Chester Wirfif-914, Ed Arnnosiun. rourth h'0u'.'
Couch R. D. Cuthermcxn, Westerlund, John Plocn, John ilazcmowski,
Gutzskcz, John Nuznov, John Oqinski.
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Svejcar Hurls No-Hitter
But Two Score On Errors
Victories. number 17, 18, and 19
were added on to Fordson's string of
consecutive games won on the diamond
during the last two weeks. This win-
ning streak extends from the third
game of last season up to tht present
time. The wins were over Grosse
Pointe, Royal 0ak,a.nd Monroe.
The most outstanding game of these
three was John Sveicar's no-hit game
against Royal Oak No Acorn batter
got a hit and only three walked but
two Royal Oak men were able to score
mainly due to errors.
Frou Scoring Game
The Grosse Pointe game was a sco-
ring battle and demite the fact that
Bill Nelson hit rather xreely me
Tnctors won easily, 17-4. Nelmn
gave up trfree runs and four hits in
five innings. CharlesSchebor was sub-
stituted in the fifth and gave up ano-
ther nan and mother hit.
Fordson scored eightgnms in the
seventh inning when fourteen men bat-
ted. Chester Motyka and Milne Far-
nyk led the Tractors in individual
batting peformances, each getting
four hits and scoring twice. Motyln
had a double and triple among his four
Royal Oak's pitching proved
somewhat harder to hit, neverthe-
less Fordson won, 4-2.The Acorn:
scored their two runs in the second
inning on the errors and two walks
to mometarily go into the lead.
Tractors Soon Four
The Tractors came right back in the
third when Svejcar was safe on an
error, Motyka singled, and Wolff
walked to fill the bases Then came
the deciding play of the game- Farnyk
grounded to third but in trying to get
Svejcar at home the Royal Oak cat-
cher missed the plate. Then in a futile
attempt to get Farnyk at first he
threw into right and Motyka and Wolf
soampered home. Farnyk scored on
the next play and Fordson had the
Bob Wasilewski got one-half of the
game's hits, a single and double, but
neither figured in the scoring. The
other two, both singles, went to Svej-
oar and Motylm.
Lfantz Trots to third
S- Wy ando t t e
8-Mt . Clemens
18- Royal Oak
26- Ford Trade
here- O -Fordson-ii
here- 1- " 2
there- 4 " 17
here- 2 4
there? 1 2
there- 4. 5
there- 4 3
there- 3 " 4
here- 4 7
In centerfield we have these graduating-
lfiiqger Srjnnj Quote-The only player that
takes games seriously-Unquote
re 15 no great history about Mtize that
at be exhlazned. "
"Better lznoum as, tordson's
remembered 1Q42 shortstoh.n
reward-when Chet came
Fordson in Sept. 1959, he was
ly a rookie at baseball, basketball,
ci football, Dwi today is favfwzsly
rfwr, and never will bv forgotten
at fo rdson .
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NORBERT wawrcx HPole Boldern
It's that Baritone Wolf of
I. P. Gvdfffy, UPehN trygng
to reach high WCW above the
Nvaybe not yours, but
surely my favorite track
UDN'T STRAIN YOURSELVES
Although the track meets arn't complete it is expected
that Fordson will place particularly high in the State meet
to be held first part of June.
Fordson finished fourteenth in a field of twenty schools
in the class A competition of the Wayne Relays last Satur-
day with 20 poin s. Southeastern High of Detroit was first
in this class witn 64 points.
Fordson was represented by only three l5GmS, thus explain-
ing the rather low point total. The 440 yard relay team
was second in its section, and the half mile team of Ken Mc-
Cauley, Jim westby, Frank Turchan, and hay Paruch finished
first in its section in the time of i:37.4.
Other teams, that have met or will meet Fordson in track
this year, to score points were Dearborn with 21 and Royal
Birmingham High School won the Class B competition.
. . 1 . .
Ptrst Row: Donald Alabakoff, willion Gregorich, Ernest Shartell, Jim westby,
Bob Werth, Anthony Miglio, Leonard Holsted, Ray Paruch, Ken McCavley, George
Second Row: George Stasevich, Joe Brezinski, Ariel Burton, Tulley Rector,
Bill Holbird, Sam Stantili, Dan Stosevich, John Arzoion, George Keller, Norbert
Nowicki, Henry Karmen, Chet Couetz.
Third Row: Mike Orlovich Coach, Jock Fierek, Ernest Fazekos, John Lindquist,
Jock Johnson, Don Mitchell, Bob Kozma, Frank Turchan, Karl Kocis, Mike Carver,
John Geftos, Fred Kaspriok, Mike Savage Coach, Joe Kozlusky Coach.
Fi rst Row: Leslie Hauer, Ellsworth Pea-
rson, Robert Alt, Chas. Davies. Second
Row: Mr. Herbert Beddow, Kenneth Kemp,
Herbert vowels, Mark Doran, Jack Noppe.
In this section ot the Fleurede-Lis, we, editors, hope to give you some idea
of the classes which Eordson Otters
he will start with English since it is considered the most basic subject.
'Phen we will present the language classes, electives, mathenatics, social sci-
ence, industrial, honemaking, gymnastics, science, classes of avocationai inter-
ests, and connercial classes.
Fhese classes ore taken by the average students and include preparation for
every type of work in the future.
There are several courses open to the students upon G'ntIGnCQ K0 hiflh 5-ChOO1
such as: college preparatory, commercial, industrial, general, homemakina, and
combinations of these
For all those who wish to enter college after graduation the colleae pre-
paratory course is essential. It includes training in the fundamentals of math-
ematics, English, social science, science, and all other subjects necessary for
The commercial course is for those who are interested in entering the busi-
ness world after graduation.
Che industrial course is open mainly to boys but since the war, many girls
are tokino industrioltraininq- The general course is for any student who is not
sure what he wishes to do after graduation, and the homemaking course is open tc
anyone who wishes to learn the fundamentals of keeping 0 home.
with these classes to choose from the students of Fordson can prepare for
any future they would like to undertake.
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Social science is one of the major courses offered
at Fordson. It includes a course in ancient history,
one in world history, one in American history, one in
American politics, one in civics, and one in economics
The first semester, ancient history, starts the story
of man, and carries it through to the time of the Crusades.
The second semester, world history, takes up the story
of civilization at this point and carries it through to
the discovery of America. At this point the third
semester studies begin, and the story develops into
American history and carries it through to the world war.
The next semester is a course which offers various points
of study. lt includes politics, World War history, some
economics, and a study of the possessions of the United
States,. The next is a study of civics. It includes
, state, national, county, township, and city government.
The last semester covers the four elements of economics --
production, exchange, distribution, and consumption.
In each semester Current events are woven in with the
course of study. ln this way the field of sociao science
is well covered.
in his fellowmzn.
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Territories of United States
United States government
Q-lc knows his lanouaoe.
The basic principles of grammar
Composing a theme
Background of English literature
From the time the student enters
the high school until he is graduated,
he is required to take English. This
subject is considered the most impor-
tant one at Fordson Since it is a
requisite for all types of work in
future life. The field of English is
thoroughly covered since one course of
grammar, two courses of English literature,
and one course of composition are offered.
me is intzrestzd in the lanouaqes of other people.
At the present time there are
hree modern languages -- Spanish,
erman, and French -- taught at
ordson. Spanish has been newly
ntroduces this year due to the
ise of interest in the Pan
merican countries. Two years of
rench and German are offered while
nly one year of Spanish can be
btained. In these classes voc-
bulary, grammar, and reading are
tressed with a general back-
round of the country included.
Through the study of Latin a
pupil develops some desirable
knowledge and habits of work which
will contribute to his success
in life after high school. Then,
too, Latin helps a student to
work more efficiently in his other
classes such as English and world
history, and also Latin gives a
general background for other
languages. Latin is found to be
essential in various vocations
and therefore four semesters of
Latin with varies fields of study
are offered in Fordsan.
There are several subjects offered
which are elective courses and which are
aids to English. These are journalism,
play production, public speaking, and
library training. Each of these, in some
way, proves helpful to the student in
his English courses. The first, journalism,
gives the student o chance to write and to
use his knowledge of English grammar.
Play production and public speaking give
him an opportunity to show his knowledge
of correct usage and speaking abilities.
The last, library training, is, perhaps,
the most useful. It provides opportunity
to write correctly, to use correct grammar,
and also to show knowledge of literature
courses offered in English. Through these
four classes students are given an oppor-
tunity to show progress made in English.
'Hz prepares his multiplication tables.
Since mathematics is now a requirement
for joining many divisions of the armed forces,
it has become very important in the high school.
Themathematics curriculum includes courses
in plane gemetry, solid geometry, advanced al-
gebra, and trigonometry. Then, too, there is a
course in social mathematics for those students
on a commercial course. In the plane geometry
course, the students learn the fundamentals of
singular dimension problems. In solid geometry,
the student is carried into the problems con-
cerning more than one dimension. Trigonometry
is an advanced study of geometry, while advan-
ced algebra is a further study of elementary
Through these courses in mathematics, the
student is able to prepare himself in this
field for anything to come in the future.
Cl-lc is curious
Why? Blow? What? Will it? Can we?
would thot? Could we? If so? Maybe?
Try this? Vow about? Where? When?
Science is the search for truth. In high School we
are introduced to the basic and simple cornerstones on
which all scientific accomplishments are based. This
study is obtained through the science classes. Included
in these classes are two semesters of biology, two sem-
esters of horticulture, two semesters of chemistry,
and two semesters of physics. In the biology course,
the student learns the structure of all animals and
receives a thorough study of this subject. Plant and
animal life is the general subject matter of a course
in biology. Chemistry teaches students the essentials
of scientific reasoning. It presents an insight into
the composition of everyday things and the reason why
they work. Physics is the study of physical propertieg
of matter resulting in the development of basic principles,
Horticulture is an applied biological science usually
considered as a division of agriculture. It gives an
appreciation of the science of living things to the
students. This course has become extremely important
in the school life of the indiviauaL
Q-la przparcs himself
Since we are now at war and the call
or industrial workers is even greater
han in normal times, the industrial
epartment at Fordson has been greatly
The industrial department has many
hops but before a job can be undertaken
t must be completely planned. This
akes place in the drafting shop. From
hese plans blueprints are made and the
nstructions on these patterns in wood
In the machine shop metal Castings
re made from these patterns.
In the general shop the opportuni-
ies are excellent for obtaining indus-
In the electrical shop the boys
tudy electrical repairs and adjust-
ents on automobiles. Then for those
oys interested in aeronatics there
s the opportunity to help build them.
hese mentioned are only some shops
or the students are given every oppor-
unity to learn a trade in the lndus-
rial Department of their own chasing.
for a iradz
M ETAL LAB
Q-le prepares for
Today in this present waild war
crisis, needs for commercial trained
students have risen. Because of this
fact, Fordson has many more students
on a commercial course. And this
provides a necessity for building up
the commerical curriculum so that more
can be offered. At the present time
Fordson offers typing classes, office
practice, office appliance, retail
selling, shorthand classes, comp-
tometer, and math and English
classes that tie up with commercial
training. Thus after a student has
satisfactorily passes all of these
Classes in commercial training, he
can go out and successfully undertake
any position in the commercial world.
The Business world
Q-le develops healthy body
He is able to develop a healthy
body through his gym classes. These
classes include such recreations as
football, field hockey, basketball,
volley ball, basketball, tennis, bad-
minton, ping pong, deck tennia
shuffle board, track, swimming, and
dancing. The boys are able to
participate in interscholastic
sports while the girls enter into
intramural sports. Throughout the
entire year there is some sport,
either individual or group, that is
sponsored in the classes. Good
posture, clean sportsmanship, and
hygiene are stressed in these classes.
GIRLS' DINCING CLASS
GIRLS' SWIPMING CLAS
She learns how 'ro catch her man
Due to the efforts of the
Homemaking classes she learns
how to catch her man. These
classes are essential in every
girls' curriculum. The classes
include cooking, sewing, personal
appearance, and hostess training.
By taking these classes any girl
can learn the basic things nec-
essary for keeping a home of
her own. Then, too, because of the
present war situation, it is
practical that the girls should
learn how to conserve on cost of
clothing, cooking, and managing
the personal budget. These classes
are now being stressed in the
fl-lc develops vocational interest
Avocational interests include
dramatics, art, and music. Fordson
offers a play production class, and
each semester students are given an
opportunity to join the Dramatic Club.
Then, too, for those interested in
dramatics, there is the annual
vaudeville show, the All School Play,
and the Senior Play. There are
various art classes offered as well
as membership in the Art Club. In the
line of music there are the orchestra,
the band, and the dance orchestra.
At Fordson students are given many
opportunities to develop avocational
Through the pictures in this section of the Fleur-de-Lis, you have been
able to see the students at work in the classroom. You have seen them in the
English classrooms, making Projects, composing themes, and reciting on daily work
You have seen them in the language classes, in Spanish and in Latin.
In the elective courses you have seen them in play production, in Library
training, and in public speaking.
You have seen how the students trace the history of civilization from the
pre-historic man to the modern present-day economic and political structures.
You have seen them in science, experimenting, studying in the laboratory,
and in the class.
You have seen students on a commercial course in their classrooms, typing,
taking shorthand, filing, retail selling, working in office practice and office
appliance, and studying commercial law.
In the industrial course you have seen the students who are preparing for
a trade in one of the various shops in the industrial department of Fordson.
In the math classes you have seen students in geometry, in trigonometry,
and in social math, and you have learned how essential math has become.
Through the homemaking classes you have seen how she learns to catch her
man with cooking, clothing, personal appearance, and hostess training
In the gym you have seen how he develops a healthy body by taking part in
the various sports that are offered the year round.
Finally you nave seen how he develops avocational interests through art and
music classes that are offered.
In conclusion you have seen how well-rounded an education an individual may
obtain at Fordson.
SENIOR YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
on't push --- in line, please
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ral and white, please --- no
ie stone? --- well, make it an
yx then --- and so on while
eyling Bros.' representatives
asure seniors' fingers for
ng size. The struggle comes
ter you have your little yel-
v stub and try to barge through
e waiting seniors to breathe
senior pictures, rings
and Caps and gowns
Hair up - make-up disappears - slicked down
and combed hair - new suits and dresses --
-- all indicate that Crane's have started
taking the senior pictures in the rear of
the auditorium. The proofs are called ro-
gue's gallery photos but everyone changes
their minds after they catch a glimpse of
the large colored pictures.
lly, the day arrives
or class rings are
and i2A's and i2B's
.our to the publica-
s office to be among
first to show off the
e's too large --- Oh!
sh I had ordered one
a stone --- I like
coral and white nowu
but among their praise
comments is a deep
ing ot please as their
as ring sparkles on
eld in honor of the grad-
ASevera1 days before graduation an assembly is h
uating esniors. Awards are given to seniors who have shown outstanding
work in their classes. The principle awards which are given to the se-
nior best in that particular subject are the art, commercial, 5C19nC9,
social science, English and language, service, mathematical, music, or-
chestral, debating, and athletics. Other awards are journalism, Fleur-
de-Lis, athletic letters, swimming letters, debating letters, and the
gold and silver 'F' pins for scholarship.
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We greet you, soldiers of the Fordson alumni!
Of course, we haven't heard from all of the
boys that are in the service, but we have heard
from several hundfed of you. We wish to point
out to our readers that you are represented in
olmost every branch of the armed forces of the
We are sorry that we cannot print pictures of
all the servicemen, but we do want you to know
that we are proud of you!
Private Frank Sheets seems
to be enjoying the tradition-
'olly hated K.P. duty. Maybe
he feels at home?
Private Edward Morgan, also
on K.P. duty, approaches his
job from a different angle.
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Jim Lambe and his fellowmen
are proudly displaying the sym-
bols of their naval training
izlus Aichler, U.S. Navy, stops on Q stroll
iivv us o glimpse of that flashing smile.
walter Moen seams to
have taken odvuntoqe of
the opportunities off-
ered by the ormy of qo-
inq into technical work.
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