Fordson High School - Fleur de Lis Yearbook (Dearborn, MI)
- Class of 1945
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Text from Pages 1 - 128 of the 1945 volume:
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0 Familiar sights after the sale of
War Stamps and Bonds every Wed-
nesday morning are fupper riglitj Mr.
Wade Smith counting some of that
stuff called money . . . while his able
assistants Dianne Vaughn fupper
Ieflj. Jean Mains flower riglztj and
Nella Serreehia flower leftj stack
nickels, dimes and quarters.
9 Congratulations to the boys
in Mr. Murrill VVoolf0rd's
homeroom . . . for being the
first group to be 100 per cent
on the purchase of War Bondsf
' To open assemblies . . .stud-
ents give the Oath of Allegi-
ance tothe flag and sing "The
Star Spangled Banner."
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0 Disabled planes have been
brought to the aero shop for the
boys of that department to work
on . . . and eventually put back
into working order . . . fUpper
leftj Equipped with spray gun .
. . Eugene Sikorsky refinishes a
part of the tail . . . IUpper rightj
Bob Kramer and Don Mayville
repair wooden ribs . . . fBottomj
One of the planes used by stu-
dents is in the background . . .
while in the foreground the two
young men are re-covering a
0 Home Nurs g classes prov practical,
practicable ex erience for all girl ho elect
. . The cl ses are divided into groups . . .
a ' ls ta turns being patients and nurses
. . .I urse Dorothy Ostland feeds her
patient . . . Betty Simpson . . . a well-planned
diet on an impromptu bed side table that the
class improvised . . . IBottomj Dorothy Nad-
roska helps Thora Taylor drink a glass of
Water . . . while Rosalind Pereira feeds Mur-
' Several years ago a graduat-
ing class presented the Public
Address system to the school . . .
Many times since then it has
been proved a great asset . . .
Paul Hare is one of the several
boys who operate it during the
' Mary Aleen Pett takes advantage of one of the
opportunities offered to Fordson students . . . organ
lessons . . . These six seniors fbelow leftj are
among those from the art department who . . .
along with their class work . . . have done art work
for the school . . . Joyce Anastos, Barbara Carter,
and Helen Kendrot fleftl . . . and Joe Meinhard.
Richard Czich and Mildred Hull frightj . . . make
posters . . . flower leftj Eleanor Kinken Works in
a clothing class . . . an opportunity which will prove
useful to many girls . . . now and in the future.
Q tl J The puzzled look belongs to Darrel Ladell, freshman, who seems to be having
trouble getting his directions straiqht . , . Tom Peterson. knowing senior, in the garb of a
Hi-Y initiate, lends a helping hand. f.I,J Iack Frank appears engrossed in what Ken Man-
ual, radio commentator, had to say at one ot the Hi-Y meetings. 43.1 This could very
easily be called "Five Girls and a Sailor." Among the Navy's admn-ing throng are
loanne Christensen. Marie Gauthier, Violet Kovach, Betty Gidilewich, and Frances Cam-
eron. Kitt Dave Greene "swings it" wrth his date, Irene Kempa . . . while Tom Fritchek
Q Apparently the man-power short- ,gs
age hasn't had its effect on Fordson
. . . Full proof of this is the hand- x
some faces of Howard Ternes, Bob
McRae, Bert Wells, Horace King, Ken t X
Richard, Wes Geer and Dove is 5
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the January senior class officers fseatedj Avis Halligan, direc-
torg Muriel Scrutton, vice preside-ntg Ken Richard, presidentg
Shirley Lister, treasurerg Marion Zehra, secretaryg fstcmdingj
Mr. Del Loranger, senior class sponsorg Rita Redigan, director:
Marion Parker, director.
Gathered to discuss plans for graduation and the Prom are
Gerald Aqin Laura Alexander Mary Andrew Doris Andrus Melvin Anthony Maxiield Arney
E . .
ugene Arnold Grace Arsenault Iohn Bala Doreen Baldwin Mary Banda Anne Barbclz
Harold Barnett' Marian Barion Don Bauer ' Marqarei Bazanski Gregory Bernard Ioan Binder
Geraldine Bloeischer Dorothy Boomer Raymond Booih Melva Bower' Rose Boyaqian Virgene Duck
Donald Burkowski Vera Burton Liviu Burza Cherrie Cahill Marqarei Calhoun Felix Casillas
Christopher Cazorla Alma Chakmakian John Chesnick Leonora Chungo lohn Clendening Mary Lou Cochell
lack Cornillaud Louis Corpolongo Betiy Cox Robert Crison Sarah Curcuru Verna Czaph
Evelyn Dalla-Vecchia Fred Delaney Joyce Denecke Lois Densmore Louise Depa Iane Diebold
Ruth Dinqleldt loyce Dobbs Maureen Dobson Donald Douqher Floyd Duneske lose h D '
Nancy Ferrantinc lim Fileccia Frieda Fimbinger Louise Foster Shirley I-'renlz Pauline I-'ucinari
Harold Garret! Marie Gauthier Sam Gelardi Wayne George Ernest Gilbert William Greco
Rosemary Groen Robert Growe Anthony Gutcen Dorothy Haag Ann Halowata Avis Halliqan
Ioel Kay Harrison Hugh Harvie Clarence Havener Erwin Henschel Helen Herbison Ierome Heska
Iohn Horn -1 Florence Iloie Roland Iacobf- Ierome Ianiga Willa Iohnslon Eleanor Iones
G ldine Kaleski Florence Kapatav Nick Karaqas Kathleen Kelly Alice Kenner Horace King
Richard Klein Golio Kontes Iohn Kosinski Henry Kosztowny Violet Kovacs Norrna Laird l
Iona Lafliviere Mildred Lewis Willadene Lewis Shirley Lister Iohn Litovchxk Chnstme Lonqrldge
Alice McClelland Chas. McClenaqhan Madaline Mahnke Iean Mains Geneva Martin Iohn Matoin Ir. '
Curtis Maynard Hannah Milsom Florence Motiu Mary Nedwid Marilyn Ogleshee Helene Orto
Ethel Ostrom Juanita Oswalt Edythe Page Leonora Pamment Marion Parker Huston Paterson
Bernice Paton Rosaline Periera "' Leo Perrin " Hugo Perri Tom Peterson
Angeline Polydoras Illene Priest Helen Rantz Iune Reaume Rita Redrqan
Kenneth Richard Howard Rizner Evelene Hizolf Martha Rizoif Pat Roush Donald Sambrook
Fredelee Saunders Bette Savage Vincie Savini Sophie Sawchuk Rose Ann Scavo Luella Schoenrath
Pearl Scibilia Muriel Scrutton Edward Sekutowski Harriet Seppala Buford Singleton Dominic Snabes
Dora Spinozzi Ann Stadnik Dolores Stanislaw Iohn Stewart Ernest Stinnett - Don Stoychofi
Mary Surdu Les Swain Pat Swaney Betty Swartz Geraldine Sweet Vema Tataranowicl
Howard Ternes Dorothy Tidwell Robert Tillen Eugene Tyler Phil Uczeniwcz Aurel Ursa
Dons Usannaz Mary Vafakos Carl Vretta Walter Wagner Betty Watkins Bert Wells
Doroihy White Marion Wieland Virginia Wiley Doris Williams Robert Wolff
Lee Woodruff lim Wooton I-'red Wyatt Ray Young Warren Young
Marian Zehra Edward Zslek Maxine Zilz Ioseph Zyla William Zammxe
' Graduates Not Pictured
FRANK MAY, IR.
MARY IANE RICE
GERALD AGIN I Industrial
CHARLES W. ALDERMAN 0 Industrial
LAURA IEAN ALEXANDER O College Preparatory
MARY E. ANDREWS C Commercial
DORIS ANDRUS 0 General
MELVIN CLARENCE ANTHONY I Industrial. Glee Club
MAXPIELD ARNEY O Commercial
EUGENE ARNOLD 0 Industrial. Tower Tribune and Fleur-de-Lis
GRACE N.M.B. ARSENAULT 0 Commercial. Cadet Corps, Service
VIVIAN CORRINE BAGOZZI 0 General
IOHN BAIA 0 College Preparatory. Basketball, Track, Football,
Varsity Club, Tower Tribune
DOREEN VERA BALDWIN I Commercial. Orchestra, Cadet Corps,
Girl Reserves, N.H.S.
MARY BANDA 0 Commercial
ANNE BARBAZ- 0 Commercial
HAROLD K. BARNETT I College Preparatory
MARIAN A. BARTON O College Preparatory. Forensic, Organ, Glee
Club, Cadet Corps, Girl Reserves, Latin Club
DON V. BAUER 0 Industrial
MARGARET BAZANSKI 0 General
GERALD IOSEPH BERGADINE I General
GREGORY W. BERNARD O College Preparatory
IOAN LOUISE BINDER I College Preparatory. Tenth Grade Repre-
sentative, Service Squad
IERRY G.D. BLOETSCHER O Commercial
DOROTHY MARINE BOOMER 0 Commercial. Glee Club, Vaudeville,
Cadet Corps, Service Squad
RAYMOND R. BOOTH O Commercial
MELVA I.. BOWER O Commercial. Cadet Corps, Service Squad,
Fleur-de-Lis Mechanical Staff
ROSE MARY BOYAGIAN 0 Commercial, Service Squad
VIRGENE BUCK O Commercial
DON BURKOWSKI 0 Industrial. Cadet Corps, Fleur-de-Lis and
Tower Tribune Mechanical Staffs
VERA BURTON 0 General
LIVIU BURZA 0 College Preparatory. Band, Swimming Team, Track,
Football, Varsity Club, Tower Tribune, Fleur-de-Lis
CHERRIE CAHILL 0 Commercial
MARGARET CALHOUN O General
PELIX CASILLAS 0 Industrial
CHRISTOPHER CAZORLA 0 Industrial
ALMA CHAKMAKIAN 0 General
IOHN CHESNICK 0 General
LEONORA CHUNGO 0 College Commercial, Dramatic Club, Cheer
Leader, G.A.A., Vaudeville, N.l'I.S.
IOHN CLENDENING 0 Industrial
MARY LOU COCHELL 0 College Preparatory
IACK CORNILLAUD 0 Industrial
LOUIS ALPHONSE CORPOLONGO 0 General Cadet Corps, Glee
BETTY IEAN COX 0 Commercial. Glee Club Vice-President, Senior
ROBERT CRISON 0 College Preparatory
SARAH CURCURU 0 Commercial. Service Squad
VERNA IRENE CZAPH O Commercial. Cadet Corps, N.H.S. Secre-
tary, Glee Club Secretary-Treasurer
EVELYN DALLA-VECCHIA 0 Commercial. Cadet Corps, Service
FRED DELANEY 0 College Preparatory
IOYCE ELAINE DENECKE O College Preparatory. Glee Club, For-
ensic Club Secretary, Organ
LOIS DENSMORE O Commercial, Homeroom Representative, Cadet
Corps, Service Squad Captain of Captains
LOUISE DEPA I Commercial
JANE DIEBOLD O Commercial
RUTH V. DINGFELDT O Commercial. Gtr Reserves
IOYCE GEORGINA DOBBS 0 College Preparatory
MAUREEN E. DOBSON 0 College Preparatory. Service Squad
DON DOUGHER O General
FLOYD T. DUNESKE I General
IOSEPH DYCIO 0 Industrial
NANCY FERRANTINO O Commercial
IIM FILECCIA 0 Industrial
VIRGINIA LEE I-'LEEK 0 College Preparatory
LOUISE FOSTER 0 Commercial
SHIRLEY I. PRENTZ I Commercial. Service Squad Captain, Latin
PAULIEEAFAICINARI 0 College Commercial, N.H.S., Service Squad,
HAROLD E. GARRETT 0 Industrial
MARIE T. GAUTHIER O Commercial. I-Iomeroom Representative,
SAM GELARDI 0 General. Football, Basketball, Varsity Club
WAYNE GEORGE I General
ERNEST R. GILBERT O Industrial. Glee Club, Hi-Y, Swimming Team,
BILL GRECO O College Preparatory. Band
ROSEMARY GROEN 0 College Preparatory. Latin Club, Cadet
Corps, Forensic, Science Club, N.H.S., Tower Tribune, Fleur-
ROBERT GROWE 0 College Preparatory
ANTHONY GUTCEN I College Preparatory
DOROTHY E. HAAG 0 College Preparatory
ANN HALOWATA 0 General. G.A.A.
AVIS HALLIGAN 0 College Preparatory. Cadet Corps, Girl Reserves
President, Glee Club, Senior Class Director
IOEL KAY HARRISON I Industrial. Cadet Corps
HUGH I. HARVIE C College Preparatory. Dramatic Club, Glee Club,
Latin Club, Science Club, N.I'I.S. Treasurer
ERWIN HENSCHEL 0 College Preparatory. Hi-Y, Senior Play Com-
mittee, Service Squad, Tenth Grade Representative, Swimming
HELEN L. HERBISON I Commercial
IEROME M. HESKA 0 General
IOHN A. HORN O Industrial
FLORENCE ILOIE 0 General
ROLAND IACOB 0 Industrial
JEROME IANIGA 0 Industrial
WILLA K. JOHNSTON 0 College Preparatory. Forensic, Girl Re-
serves, Glee Club President, N.H.S., Cadet Corps, Spanish Club
ELEANOR IONES O General. Glee Club
GERRY KALESKI I General. Service Squad
FLORENCE O. L. KAPATA O Commercial. Cadet Corps, G.A.A.
NICK KARAGAS O General
KATHLEEN KELLY 0 Commercial
ALICE KENNER O College Preparatory. Cadet Corps, Dramatic Club
President, All School Play, Senior Play, Tower Tribune, N.H.S.,
HORACE KING 0 College preparatory, Glee Club, Football, Varsity
Club, lunior Class Director, N.H.S., Track, Student Council
gresident, Service Squad, Fleur-de-Lis, Hi-Y President, Senior
RICHARD KLEIN 0 College Preparatory
GOLFO KONTES 0 Commercial
IOHN KOSINSKI 0 General
HENRY KOSZTOWNY 0 Industrial
VIOLET KOVACS O Commercial. Service Squad
CHARLES KRCEK O College Preparatory
NORMA LAIRD 0 Commercial. Cadet Corps
IONA LARIVIERE 0 Commercial
MILDRED LEWIS 0 College Commercial, Forensic, Cadet Corps,
gervice Squad Captain, N.H.S., Fleur-de-Lis, G.A.A., Girl
WILLADENE LEWIS 0 General. Glee Club, Service Squad, Cadet
SHIRLEY LISTER 0 College Commercial. Senior Class Treasurer,
G.A.A., Service Squad, N.H.S.
IOHN LITOVCHIK 0 College Preparatory. Hi-Y
CHRISTINE LONGRIDGE I Commercial
ALICE MCCLELLAND 0 College Preparatory. Service Squad Captain
CHARLES MCCLENAGHAN 0 College Preparatory. Glee Club Vice-
MAE MacBETI'I 0 Commercial
SENIOR ACTIVITIES . . .
MADALINE MAHNKE 0 College Preparatory. Glee Club, Girl Re-
Eerves, N.I-I.S., Forensic, G.A.A., Fleur-de-Lis, Service Squad
IEAN MARIE MAINS O College Preparatory. Glee Club, Tap
glix1iIbgVaudeville, Cadet Corps, Girl Reserves Vice-President,
GENEVA MARTIN C Commercial
IOHN MATOIN. IR. 0 College Industrial. Band
FRANK OWEN MAY, IR- 0 College Preparatory
CURTIS MAYNARD 0 Industrial
RUSSELL ROY MEYERS 0 Industrial
STANLEY MIETLA O Industrial
THOMAS MIKESKA 0 General
HANNAH B. MILSOM 0 Commercial
FLORENCE MOTIU 0 College Preparatory, Orchestra
ROSE M. MOVESKY 0 General
MARY NEDWID 'O Commercial. Service Squad
IOE NERONI O Industrial
ISABELLE NICKITUK O General
LILLIAN M. NIEMIEC O Commercial. Service Squad, Cadet Corps,
MARILYN OGLESBEE O General. Service Squad, G.A.A,
HELENA M. ORTO O General. Service Squad, Art Club
ETHEL OSTROM 0 Commercial
IUANITA AUDREY OSWALT 0 College Commercial. Service Squad,
EDYTHE E. PAGE 0 General, Majorette, Art Club, Service Squad
LEONORA I. PAMMENT I College Preparatory. Glee Club, Tower
Tribune, Service Squad
MARION SHIRLEY PARKER 0 Commercial. Glee Club, Senior Class
HUSTON PATERSON 0 Industrial. Swimming Team
MAXINE PATIENCE 0 College Preparatory. Vaudeville, Tower
Tribune, Service Squad
BERNICE E. PATON 0 Commercial. Cadet Corps, Service Squad
ROSALINA PEREIRA 0 College Preparatory, Cadet Corps, Service
ROSE PERPICH 0 College Preparatory, Latin Club, Science Club
LEO EDWARD PERRIN 0 Industrial
HUGO PERRY 0 Industrial. Football, Varsity Club, Track, Home-
TOM PETERSON O College Preparatory. Swimming Team, Track,
HELEN PFOERTNER O College Preparatory
HELEN PIECZARKA 0 Commercial
ANGELINE POLYDORA5 0 Commercial
ILLENE LOUISE PRI T 0 Commercial
CHESTER IOSEPH RAKOWICZI O College Preparatory
HELEN T. RANTZ 0 Commercial. Cadet Corps, Homeroom Repre-
sentative, Senior Play, G.A.A.
IUNE F. REAUME 0 Commercial. Cadet Corps
RITA E. REDIGAN 0 College Preparatory. Cadet Corps, Girl Re-
serves President, Tower Tribune Editor, Fleur-de-Lis, Senior
Class Director, Service Squad.
BARBARA IUNE RETZ 0 Commercial. Service Squad, Girl Reserves
KENNETH F. RICHARD 0 College Preparatory. Swimming Team.
Varsity Club, Service Squad, Hi-Y, Tower Tribune, President
Senior Class, Senior Play Stage Crew
HOWARD IOSEPH RIZNER O Commercial
EVELENE RIZOFF 0 Commercial. Service Squad
MARTHA RIZOFF O Commercial
PAT ROUSH O Commercial
RAYMOND D. RUTHERFORD O General
DONALD SAMBROOK 0 Industrial
FR ELEE SAUNDERS 0 Commercial. Service Squad
BETTE C. SAVAGE 0 Commercial. Service Squad
VINCIE SAVINI O Commercial, Service Squad
SOPHIE SAWCHUK 0 Commercial
ROSE ANN SCAVO 0 General. Cadet Corps
LUELLA IEAN SCHOENRATH 0 Commercial. Homeroom Repre-
sentative, Library Club President, N.H.S., V-Club
PEARL C. SCIBILIA O General. Service Squad
MURIEL IRENE SCRUTTON 0 College Preparatory. Girl Reserves,
Tower Tribune, Senior Class Vice-President, Service Squad
EDWARD C. SEKUTOWSKI 0 College Commercial
HARRIET MARCELLA SEPPALA I College Preparatory. Cadet
ROMON SERBAY 0 College Preparatory
CLEMEN1' SIMCIK 0 Industrial
BUFORD H. SINGLETON 0 General
IOSEPH L. SIROCUSE 0 General
GEORGE S. SKARADZINSKI I Industrial
ALVIN M. SKINNER O General
ALEX SMAIL 0 College Preparatory. Track, Football, Varsity Club
DOMINIC I. SNABES I Industrilil
BARRETT EUGENE SNYDER 0 General
EUGENE SOVIAK O College Preparatory
DORA SPINOZZI 0 Commercial, Glee Club
ANN STADNIK 0 General
DOLORES STANISLAW O Commercial. Service Squad, G.A.A., Girl
IOHN STEWART O Industrial
ERNBT DONALD STINNETT 0 General
DON STOYCHOFF 0 Industrial. Football, Varsity Club
MARY SURDU 0 General. Service Squad, Fleur-de-Lis, Tower
WILLIAM WALLACE SUTHERLAND I General
LES SWAIN 0 Industrial
PAT I. SWANEY 0 Commercial. Cadet Corps, Service Squad
BETTY SWARTZ O Commercial. Cadet Corps, Library Club Vice-
President, Girl Reserves, N.I-'I.S.
GERALDINE G. SWEET 0 Commercial. G.A.A., Library Club Secre-
tary, Service Squad
ARTHUR RAYMOND SWIECICKI 0 Commercial
VERA TATARANOWICZ O Commercial. Class Representative
IOHN TEEVIN l College Preparatory
HOWARD TERNES. IR. O College Preparatory. Swimming Team,
Varsity Club, Hi-Y
DOROTHY TIDWELL 0 Commercial. Cadet Corps
ROBERT TILLEN 0 College Preparatory, Tower Tribune
EUGENE TYLER O Industrial
PHIL UCZENIWCZ 0 Industrial
AUREL URSA 0 College Preparatory '
DORIS USANNAZ I Commercial. Cadet Corps
MARY VAFAKOS 0 General. Art Club, Service Squad, Senior
CARL VRETTA 0 College Preparatory
WALTER WAGNER, IR. 0 Industrial
BETTY WATKINS 0 Commercial
BERT I. WELLS 0 College Preparatory. Forensic Club, l-li-Y Treas-
urer, Track, Varsity Club, Senior Play Stage Crew, Winner
ot University of Michigan Scholarship.
IOHN WEYL 0 College Preparatory
DOROTHY IEAN WHITE 0 Commercial. Cadet Corps, Girl Reserves,
MARIAN WIELAND 0 General. Girl Reserves, Library Club, Tower
Tribune, Home Nursing
VIRGINIA RUTH WILEY O General. Cadet Corps, Service Squad
DORIS WILLIAMS 0 Commercial. Service Squad
ROBERT WOLFF 0 College Preparatory. Baseball, Basketball,
SHIRLEY WOODARD O General, Service Squad
LEE WOODRUFF, IR. I College Preparatory. Glee Club, Senior
Play, Service Squad, Hi-Y Sergeant-at-Arms
IAMES WOOTON O College Preparatory
RAYMOND S. WOZNIAK 0 General
FRED WYATT O General
RAYMOND RUSSEL YOUNG I Industrial
WARREN YOUNG O Industrial. Service Squad
MICHAEL S. YUSKOWATZ O Industrial. Baseball, Varsity Club
MARIAN ZEHRA 0 Commercial. Tower Tribune, Homeroom Repre-
sentative, Cadet Corps, Girl Reserves, Class Secretary, N.H.S.,
Photography Club President
EDWARD C. ZELEK O Industrial
MARINE ZILZ O Commercial
WILLIAM E. ZIMMIE 0 College Preparatory
IOE ZYLA 0 Industrial
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' Looking happy over their soon-to-be graduation from high school are the
June senior officers . . . fstandingj Bill Papineau, vice presidentg Tom Joysey,
directorg Ross Steggles, directorg lseatedj Mike Quinn, presidentg Annetta
Neblett, secretary . . . with their sponsors . . . Mrs. Bessie Stuart and Mr. Del
Abruharnian Violet Alish Ioyce Anuslos Sophie Andrusiewicz - Rulh Angelo losephine Antonelli
Catherine Aposiol Paul Armstrong - Florence Aspeli Skiney Assad Florence Bobiuck Geraldine Baia
Alice Bailey Marrlyn Baker Mariorie Barnett' Geraldine Bartlett Henry Bartosik Henry Basiaqa
Mary Ellen Beaushaw Lucien Beernaert Ioanna Beldinq Ieanne Bell Donna Berqquist- Shirley Betteridge
Maxine Bewemitz - Ruth Blaney Delores Blavat Gladyce Boardman Eugene Bodoh Margaret Boecler
Agnes Boqnosian Bob Boluch Edward Boryski Virginia Boyaqian A Hubert Boyd' lean Brill
Leonard Bryzek Valaria Bublausky Katie Bulzan - Robert Bunting ' Lucille Burke' Doris Burton
Harold Burton Mary Buslawski Frances Cameron Pat Cape Valentine Capra Mary Capraro
Sonya Car! Barbara Carter Mary Caryl- Gloria Catallo Sam Caurdy Norman Chapel
Raymond Chartier Rose Marie Cherup Genevieve Chevalier Wflbert Chiasson Phyllis Cichock Richard Ciesla '
Goorqenia Clark Helen Clarkrf Richard Cleveland Iames Clough Ruth Cobb George Coe
Frances Cole Bob Collard " Irene Collard ' Tom Condra Nina Connors Augpet Constan
Mary Consenza Iohn Crafts lohn Crampton Harold Curry Alan Curtis Patricia Cixrtxs
Robort Curtis Dorothy Czarnecki -f Dick Czich Doris D'Aquanno Shtrlsy Dalton Dons Daniels
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Arthur DelVero Lena DelVero Watler Demshuk Aqalena Denaro Mary Denaro
Iames Dickey lack Dienes Iessie Donaldson Rhoda Douglass leanette Downing
Rebecca Dragos - Delphine Drain Lloyd Drouillard " Dennis Duckworth Carl Edwards
Beulah Emmons Virginia Enge
George Ewasulr ' Bill Fasulo
Dolores lane Formento Jack Frank
I Lucille Enright lean Erklitz Ioseph Errante Ruby Eshleman
Pearl Ferranie Ieanne Fleming Sadie Florinlri Yvonne Flueqqe
Mary Anne Friedrich Ieane Frisch Tom Fritchek Cecil Frye -1
p f 'li
Wilfred Garbutt 5
Robert Hamzey Margie Hargrove Edward Harkless Charlotte Harper Betty Harry Edith Harvey f
Aileen Hauien Gloria Havlatka Lorraine Hawthorne "' Helen Haydu William Hein Iosophine Helisek
Dorothy Herman Ioseph Herron Gladys Hill Ronald Hill Doris Herbal Williazn Horton
I.i'1lian Rosol Carolyn Ross Dorothy Rossi Doris Houtzahn Joseph Rowe " Barbara Bowen
Harold Ruettinqer William Rushing - Eleanor Russ Dolores Rutkowski Doris Rybski Genevieve Ryrnarz
Olga Saidock Catherine Sama William Sambrone Neal Schultz Robert Schwartz Betty Seawrrqht-'-
Eugenia Serbantio Ruth Shattelroe ' Marian Shaw Gene Shepherd Marion Simms Betty Simpson
Edward Sipple Adelaine Sirocuse Frances Sirocuse Eugene Siroskey lack Sisco -- Olga Slobodin -f'
Betty Smith lean Smith Clarence Smith -A Robert Smith Sally Smith Betty Snyder '-
Phil Wood "
Dolores Wachowski Richard Wagerson Paul Wagner George Wallis Betty Walters
Leland Watkins Doris Weis Irene Wsnsko Helen Wercely Margaret Werner
Mary White - William Widener George Wilhelm lane Williams Loits Williams
Sarah Williamr' Thomas Wilson Harold Winkel' Dolores Wolfe Henry Wondolowski
Dolores Wosek Dorothy Yackell Rose Yaqniszak Rose Yuskowetz Ruth Zavisa
Charlotte Zeqlen Dolores Zuzack Robert Kramer Clement Simcik
IUNE CLASS GRADUATE WITHOUT PICTURES
Dorrs Brown, Ed Glombf Robert Malec, Neil Marshall. Fred Cernuto. Hilda SOUIGZ' Icjm Stanciu,
Stella Vakoliuck, Iohn Brown, Arvid Erickson, Steve Nowosielski, Mike Presnell, Mary Icme
Rice, George Douglas, Robert Moss. Charles Roberts, Tom Sass. Betty Moore.
KATHERINE ABRAHAMIAN O Commercial
VIOLET L. ALISH O Stenographer, Commercial
IOYCE ANASTOS 0 General
Library Training, Library Club, National Honor Society
SOPHIE T. ANDRUSIEWICZ 0 College Preparatory
RUTH ELLEN ANGELO 0 Commercial
IOSEPHINE T. ANTONELLI O General
CATHERINE APOSTOL O General
Cheerleader, Cadet Corps, G.A.A., Glee Club
PAUL E. ARMSTRONG 0 College Preparatory
FLORENCE ASPETI O Commercial
Glee Club, G.A.A.
SKINEY ASSAD 0 General
Senior Play, Dramatic Club, Art Club
FLORENCE THERESA BABIUCK 0 General
Cadet Corps, V-Club
GERALDINE RUTH BAFS 0 Commercial
Cadet Corps, G.A.A., Service Squad
ALICE BAILEY 0 General
MARILYN P. BAKER I General
Library Club, Service Squad
MARIORIE BARNETT 0 Commercial
GERALDINE BARTLETT 0 Commercial
HENRY IOHN BARTOSIK 0 Industrial
Aero Club, National Honor Society
HENRY I. SASIAGA 0 Industrial
Football, Basketball, Varsity Club
MARY ELLEN BEAUSHAW 0 College Preparatory
Library Club, Girl Reserves, Bowling Club
LUCIEN A. BEERNAERT 0 Industrial
Aero Club, Dance Club, Swimming Club
IOANNA CAROL BELDING O College Preparatory
Girl Reserves, Secretary: Service Squad,
Senior Play, Homeroom Representative
IEANE BELL 0 College Preparatory
Glee Club, Tower Tribune, Cadet Corps, Girl Reserves, Dra-
matic Club, National Honor Society, Senior Play
DONNA IEANNE BERGQUIST 0 Commercial
Service Squad, Captain
SHIRLEY IUNE BETTERIDGE 0 Commercial
Service Squad, Senior Play, Dramatic Club
MAXINE R. BEWERNITZ, 0 General
RUTH N. BLANEY 0 College Preparatory
Girl Reserves, All-School Play, Dramatic Club, Directory
DELORES BLAVAT 0 Commercial
Service Squad, Senior Play
GLADYCE M. BOARDMAN 0 Commercial
EUGENE BODOH 0 General
MARGARET BOECLER I College Preparatory
Cadet Corps, Glee Club, Service Squad, G.A.A., Latin Club,
AGNES BOGOSIAN 0 Commercial
Forensic Club, Girl Reserves, Treasurer: Iunior Class Director,
BOB BOLUCH O Industrial
EDWARD R. BORYSKI 0 Industrial
VIRGINIA BOYAGIAN O Commercial
HUBERT BOYD O Industrial
MARY IEAN BRILL 0 Commercial
DORIS BROWN O General
IOHN BROWN O Industrial
LEONARD E. BRYZEK 0 Industrial
VALARIA BUBLAUSKY O Commercial
Girl Reserves, Senior Play, National Honor Society
KATIE MARIE BULZAN I General
ROBERT H. BUNTING O Industrial
L. LUCILLE BURKE 0 College Preparatory
DORIS MARY BURTON 0 Commercial
HAROLD BURTON O Industrial
MARY BUSLAWSXI 0 Commercial
FRANC W. CAMERON O Commercial
G.A.A., Student Council, vice president: Girl Reserves,
Councilman-at-Large, Fleur-de-Lis, sports editor, editor-in-
PAT CAPE O Commercial
VALENTINE CAPRA O Commercial
MARY E. CAPRARO I College Preparatory
Girl Reserves, G.A.A., Tower Tribune, Service Squad
SONYA CART O Commercial
BARBARA IEAN CARTER I General
MARY ELLEN CARYL 0 College Preparatory
GLORIA P. CATALLO C Commercial
SAM CAURDY 0 Industrial
FRED CERNUTO 0 Industrial
NORMAN B. CHAPEL 0 Industrial
Model Plane Club, secretary, treasurer
RAYMOND D. CHARTIER I Industrial
ROSE MARIE CHERUP O Commercial
Cadet Corps, G.A.A., Glee Club
GENEVIEVE CHEVALIER O College Preparatory
Homeroom Representative, Tower Tribune,
G.A.A., National Honor Society, Girl Reserves, Latin Club,
IOSEPH WILBERT CHIASSON 0 College Preparatory
Glee Club, National Honor Society, Dramatic Club, Hi-Y Blue,
Service Squad, Football, Varsity Club, I.C.C., Homeroorn
PHYLLIS CICHOCK 0 Commercial
Service Squad, Senior Play
RICHARD CIESLA O Industrial
GEORGENIA CLARK 0 General
HELEN MAE CLARK 0 General
RICHARD T. CLEVELAND 0 College Preparatory
Homeroom Representative, Dramatic Club, director: Glee Club,
Senior Play, Track, All-School Play
IAMES ALBERT CLOUGH O Industrial
RUTH COBB 0 General
GEORGE COE 0 Industrial
FRANCES COLE 0 General
Cadet Corps, Glee Club, Dance Club
BOB COLLARD 0 Industrial
IRENE LILLIAN COLLARD O Commercial
Cadet Corps .
TOM CONDRA 0 Industrial
NINA MARIE CONNORS 0 General
AUGUST CONSTAN I College Preparatory
MARY CONCENTTINA LGRITA CONSENZA 0 Commercial
IOHN CRAFTS 0 Industrial
IOHN CRAMPTON 0 College Preparatory
Glee Club, Football, I-li-Y Blue
HAROLD MELVIN CURRY 0 Industrial
ALAN CURTIS O College Preparatory
Fleur-de-Lis, National Honor Society, Science
Club, Hi-Y Blue, secretary: l.C.C.
BOB CURTIS 0 College Preparatory
PATRICIA MARY CURTIS O Commercial
Cadet Corps, Service Squad
DOROTHY CZARNECKI O College Preparatory
DICK CZICH O General
DORIS MARIE D'AGUANNO O Commercial
SHIRLEY LOUISE DALTON I Commercial
DORIS R. DANIELS 0 Commercial
LORETTA DeBENE 0 General
ARTHUR DQIVERO O General
LENA DelVERO 0 General
WALTER DEMSHUK 0 Industrial
AGATENA DENARO 0 Commercial
MARY DENARO I Commercial
PASQUALE De SIMONE 0 College Preparatory
Fleur-de-Lis, National Honor Society
IAMES DICKEY 0 Commercial
IACK D. DIENES O Industrial
IESSIE K. DONALDSON 0 Commercial
Girls Cadet Corps, G.A.A., Service Squad, Bowling Club
GEORGE DOUGLAS 0 General
RHODA C. DOUGLASS O General
IEANETTE DOWNING O Commercial
NICK DRAGOS 0 College Preparatory
REBECCA DRAGOS 0 College Preparatory
Cadet Corps, Service Squad, Science Club,
Reserves, Senior Play, Fleur-de-Lis
DELPHINE DRAIN 0 Commercial
LLOYD DROUILLARD 0 College Preparatory
DENNIS L. DUCKWORTH 0 College Preparatory
CARL EDWARDS 0 Industrial
BEULAH IEAN EMMONS O Commercial
VIRGINIA LOUISE ENGEL O Commercial
Cadet Corps, G.A.A., Service Squad
ARVID ERICKSON I Industrial
SENIOR ACTIVITIES . . .
LUCILLE IANE ENRIGHT 0 College Preparatory
GJ-LA., Glee Club, I-Iomeroom Representative
IEAN ERKFITZ O Commercial
IOSEPH ERRANTE 0 Industrial
RUBY ELIZABETH ESI-ILEMAN 0 General
GEORGE EWASUK 0 Industrial
Band, Dancing Club
BILL FASULO O Industrial
PEARL P. FERRANTE I Commercial
Glee Club, Cadet Corps
E. IEANNE I-'LEMING O College Preparatory
Cadet Corps, Glee Club, Tower Tribune, Girl Reserves, Bowl-
ing, Latin Club, National Honor Society, Service Squad
SADIE ELORINKI 0 Commercial
YVONNE FLUEGGE 0 General
DOLORES IANE I-'ORMENTO O Commercial
Glee Club, Dramatic Club
IACK FRANK 0 College Preparatory
Hi-Y Tractor, Spanish Club. Senior Play
MARY ANNE I-'RIEDRICI-I 0 General
Cadet Corps, Glee Club, Senior Play, Dance Club, Service
Squad, Dramatic Club
IEANE FRISCH O Commercial
Glee Club, Homeroom Representative, G.A.A., Senior Play,
Dramatic Club, National Honor Society
TOM FRITCHEK O College Preparatory
Cheer Leader, Science Club, Hi-Y Tractor
CECIL FRYE 0 College Preparatory
FRANK FUIA 0 Industrial
ROSEMARIE GALLER 0 College Preparatory
Cadet Corps, Glee Club, Tower Tribune, All-School Play,
Dramatic Club, National Honor Society, Spanish Club, Senior
Play, I-Iomeroom Representative, Girl Reserves
ISABELLE S. GANGIAN 0 Commercial
WILFRED GARBUTT O College Preparatory
IAMES GARRETT O Industrial
WESLEY I-I. GEER 0 College Preparatory
Hi-Y Tractor, Treasurer: Service Squad, Fleur-de-Lis, Senior
Class Representative, Student Council, I.C.C., All-School Play
MARIORIE B. GENIK 0 Commercial
Service Squad, Cadet Corps
WILLIAM P. GERNAW 0 College Preparatory
Homeroom Representative, Hi-Y Blue, I.C.C.
EUGENE GLEASON 0 Industrial
EDWARD GLOMB 0 Industrial
IUNE ELIZABETH GOTTS I General
Cadet Corps, Girl Reserves, Service Squad
DELORES GRAHAM O College Preparatory
MARILYN GRANDY 0 Commercial
Cadet Corps, G.A.A., Service Squad
DAVE GREENE 0 College Preparatory
Hi-Y Tractor, secretary, Student Council, Fleur-de-Lis, Tower
ELEANORE GRELL I Commercial
PATRICIA IUDY GRONEY 0 College Preparatory
Cadet Corps, I-Iomeroom Representative, G.A.A., Senior Play,
Dramatic Club, Tower Tribune, Service Squad, All-School
Play, Dance Club
ANGELINE GUASTELLA 0 Commercial
Service Squad, G.A.A.
ELIZABETH HAGOPIAN 0 General
IACK HALL 0 Industrial
ROBERT HAMZEY 0 College Preparatory
MARGIE HARGROVE 0 Commercial
EDWARD HARKLESS 0 Commercial
CHARLOTTE HARPER 0 General
BETTY E. HARRY O General
EDITH I. HARVEY 0 College Preparatory
Library Club, Service Club
ARE A. HASSIEN 0 General
CLARENCE K. HAVENER 0 Industrial
GLORIA I. HAVLATKA 0 Commercial
LORRAINE P. HAWTHORNE 0 Commercial
HELEN G. HAYDU 0 College Preparatory
WILLIAM HEIN 0 Industrial
IOSEPHINE A. HELISEK I Commercial
Cadet Corps, Service Squad, Senior Play
DOROTHY HERMAN 0 General
Glee Club, Service Squad
IOSEPH HERRON O Industrial
GLADYS MARIE HILL 0 Commercial
RONALD DEANE HILL 0 College-Industrial
Cadet Corps, P,A. System, C.A.P., Swimming
DORIS HORBAL 0 General
WILLIAM HORTON 0 College Preparatory
PATRICIA ANN HOULE 0 Commercial
Girl Reserves, Service Squad
DONALD HUGHES O College Preparatory
Football, Basketball, Varsity Club, Hi-Y Blue, Track, Glee
Club, secretary-treasurery I.C.C., Art Club
ROBERT IRELAND 0 College Preparatory
Track Team, Varsity Club, Tractor Hi-Y, vice-president, sec-
retary, president: National Honor Society, I.C.C., secretary
ROBERT IACKSON 0 Industrial
MARGARET V. IACOB 0 General
IERRY IAICOBOWSKI 0 Industrial
Football, Varsity Club, National Honor Society
RICHARD I. IANKS I Industrial.
TOM IOYSEY 0 College Preparatory
P.A. Operator, Cadet Corps, Track, Dramatic Club, Senior
Play, Senior Class Director, Service Squad, Vaudeville Show
CHERIE KACENA 0 College Preparatory
EVELYN E. KAMRATH 0 Commercial
HELEN KARMAN 0 Commercial
Homeroom Representatives, Cadet Corps, G,A.A., Girl Re-
serves, Service Squad, Bowling Club
IOHN KAYGANICH 0 College Preparatory
MARY KEELER 0 Commercial
IRENE KEMPA 0 Commercial
G.A.A., Girl Reserves
ALTON A. KENDZIERSKI 0 Industrial
MELBA IOAN KENNEDY I General
Glee Club, Cadet Corps
NAOMI Y. KEREKOFF 0 Commercial
Girl Reserves, G.A.A., Service Squad
IOANN KETTIMON O College Preparatory
Tower Tribune, Latin Club, presidentp Girl Reserves, secretary:
National Honor Society, Dramatic Club, Senior Play, Cadet
ED KIEDA 0 General
FLORENCE E. KIELB I Commercial
Glee Club, Senior Class Director
DOLORES G. KIERONSKI 0 Commercial
KENNETH KING O General
CALVIN KIRK 0 Industrial
RITA A. KLECHA O General
Cadet Corps, G.A.A., Service Squad
RUTH T. KLECI-IA O General
DOLORES ANNE KLOS 0 Commercial
Cadet Corps, G.A.A., Girl Reserves, president
RUTH ANN KOHOUT 0 Commercial
Cadet Corps, G.A.A.
IRENE KOLOMIETZ I Commercial
ROBERT KRAMER 0 Industrial
CLARENCE P. KROL 0 College Preparatory
LORRAINE KROLI. 0 Commercial
DELPHINE F. KRUKOWSKI 0 Commercial
ROSEMARY KUHN I Commercial
CAROLINE KUKLER 0 Commercial
Cadet Corps, Dramatic Club
PAULINE S. KURMANIAK O Commercial
G.A.A., Girl Reserves, Service Squad
GORDON LAB I Industrial
ANGELINE LANCI 0 Commercial
Girl Reserves, G.A.A., Service Squad
FRED LAND O Industrial
PHYLLIS IUNE LANDGRAF 0 College Preparatory
Glee Club, Tower Tribune, G.A.A., Girl Reserves, Spanish
Club, Dramatic Club
DONALD LAST 0 Industrial I
DOROTHY LEGENZA O Commercial
Dramatic Club, Service Squad, National Honor Society
SHIRLEY G. LESLIE I College Preparatory
Cadet Corps, Tower Tribune, Girl Reserves, Dramatic Club,
All-School Play, Service Squad, French Club, secretary:
G.A.A., Senior Play
SHIRLEY IEAN LEWENDON 0 General
HELEN LIS 0 College Preparatory
WILLIAM LLOYD 0 Industrial
RUTH LOOS 0 Commercial
National Honor Society, Author ot "Code of Ethics"
SENIOR ACTIVITIES . . .
LORRAINE C. LUCAS 0 Commercial
VICTOR LUCAS 0 Industrial
Football, Varsity Club, Hi-Y Blue
EARL LUTEY 0 Industrial
DARALINE MUUDERMID O College Preparatory A
Cadet Corps, Art Club, Science Club, National Honor Society
MARY EILEEN MAICDONALD O General
Library Club, treasurer
IEANETTE MCCAFFERTY O College Preparatory .
Cadet Corps, Service Squad, Girl Reserves, Fleur-de-Lis,
Bowling Club, All-School Play
IANET McCALLUM 0 Commercial
BETTY L. McGRATH 0 General
GENE L. MeGUIRE O Commercial
GEORGE F. MCLAUGHLIN 0 Commercial
IQANN MCLAUGHLIN O College Preparatory
Homeroom Representative, French Club, president: Service
Squad, Science Club, I.C.C.
MARY MCNAMARA I Commercial
Homeroom Representative, Cadet Corps, Library Club
ROBERT WIISON McRAE O General
Iunior Class Representative, Senior Class Representative, I-Ii-Y
Blue, vice-president: I.C.C., Student Council, president
IACE MACKEY 0 College Preparatory
BARBARA MAINS 0 College Preparatory
Glee Club, Tower Tribune, Girl Reserves, Dramatic Club,
vice-president: All-School Play, Senior Play, Spanish Club,
Homeroom Representative, National Honor Society
PEARL MAISN 0 General
LEO MAIEWSRI 0 Industrial
Tower Tribune, Fleur-de-Lis Mechanical Staffs: Homeroom
Representative, National Honor Society
LILLIAN MALANIA! 0 Commercial
Bowling Team, Dramatic Club, Senior Play, Service Squad
ROBERT I. MALEC I Industrial
STELLA MALISH O College Preparatory
Glee Club, Cadet Corps, Girl Reserves
MARY MANTA 0 General
ROBERT MASON I College Preparatory
RICHARD ANTHONY MASTERNAK 0 General
Baseball, Bowling Club
ALICE MAVIAN 0 Commercial
IEANETTE MAY 0 General
DANIH. I. MAYVILLE I Industrial
CHBTER MAZUREE O Industrial
GLORIA MEEHAN O College Preparatory
Cadet Corps, Orchestra, Service Squad, Tower Tribune
IOE MEINHARD 0 College Preparatory
MARIE MEYER O Commercial
IOHN MILE O College Preparatory
FRANE MINOLU O Industrial
BETTY MOORE O General
Cadet Corps, Debating Club, Dance Club
WALTER M. MORDARSKI O Industrial
AUDRA MORGAN 0 Commercial
ROBERT MOSS I Industrial
TEEN ROSE MOTI O General
MARY MOTIU 0 Commercial
ISABELLA MARGARET MUIR 0 General
Dancing Club, Bowling Club
EDWARD MULAR 0 General
MILDRED MULI. O General
MARY LOUISE MUNCATCHY 0 Commercial
SHIRLEY DOLORES MURATZKI 0 Commercial
ELEANOR MURAWSKI 0 Commercial
Service Squad, Tower Tribune
DOROTHY BARBARA NADROSKA 0 General
Cadet Corps, Hockey
SHIRLEY NAPIER 0 Commercial
Library Club, Cadet Corps
ANNEITA NEBLLTT 0 College Preparatory
Tower Tribune, Latin Club, secretary: Service Squad, P.A.
Operator, Glee Club, Senior Class Secretary, Fleur-de-Lis
BEATRICE NELSON O College Preparatory
IOHN I. NBTOR O College Preparatory
GEORGE PETER NICHOLAS O College Preparatory
MARGERY NICHOLLS 0 Commercial
DONALD NOLFF O Industrial
BERNADETTE NOLL 0 College Preparatory
Service Squad, Homeroom Representative, Tower Tribune
RICHARD NORDSTROM 0 Industrial
DON NOWKA 0 Industrial
STEVE NOWOSIELSKI 0 Industrial
MARY NUNR 0 College Preparatory
Service Squad, Homeroom Representative
MARY LOU O'DANIEL 0 Commercial
FRED OI-IANNBIAN 0 Industrial
Glee Club, Dramatic Club, president: Chorus, vice-president
WALTER OLEOWSKI 0 Industrial
Fleur-de-Lis, Tower Tribune Mechanical Staffs
DOROTHY CORRINE OSTLUND 0 General
BETTY IEAN OWSLEY 0 Commercial
Service Squad, Girl Reserves
EUGENE L. PALIS I Commercial
GEORGE PANZOFF 0 Commercial
Baseball, Football, Varsity Club
IOHN W. PAPINEAU O College Preparatory
Football, Varsity Club, Iunior and Senior Class, vice-president:
Baseball, Hi-Y Blue, vice-president: I.C.C.
LUCILLE MAE PARSELL 0 Commercial
CHARLOTTE PAWLAE 0 Commercial
ELIZABETH IEAN PEC! O Commercial
Homeroom Representative, G.A.A., Girl Reserves, Service
Squad, Iunior Class Director
AL PERARDI 0 Industrial
Football, Homeroom Representative, Track, Varsity Club
MIKE PETLICHKOYP O Industrial.
Football, Varsity Club, president
GORDON PHAIL 0 Industrial
IANE M. PHETTEPLACE 0 Commercial
IANE C. PICARD 0 Commercial
Cadet Corps, Library Club, vice-president: Girl Reserves,
Service Squad, National Honor Society
FRANK S. PIECZONTIA 0 Industrial
HENRY PIELECHA 0 Industrial
FRANCE A. PIETBOBONO 0 Commercial
Glee Club, Cadet Corps
IOSEPH PINTO 0 College Preparatory
CI-ETER S. PIREE 0 Industrial
BETTY POBURSEY 0 Commercial
Glee Club, National Honor Society
IOYCE M. POBURSKY 0 College Preparatory
BETTY POLLARD 0 Commercial
TED POLOWAY 0 College Preparatory
IIM PR NELL 0 College Preparatory
MIEE PR NELL O General
FRANCES HELEN PRETEO C Commercial
ROSE MARIE PRIEBE O Commercial
ROSE ANN PROVENCE 0 General
TED PUDLO I Industrial
RICHARD PULICE 0 General
MIKE QUINN O General
Iunior and Senior Class President: Hi-Y Blue, President:
THOMAS P. QUINN 0 General
BECKY IANE RADER 0 Commercial
Homeroom Representative, Cadet Corps, Girl Reserves,
DOLORES MARY ANN RAYMOND 0 General
G.A.A., Girls Cadet Corps
BETTY IEAN RECHLIN 0 Commercial
LORRAINE REDMAN 0 General
MARY IANE RICE 0 General
MARY RILEY 0 Commercial
gerwgice Squad, Girl Reserves, National Honor Society, Bowling
CHARLES E. ROBERTS 0 Industrial
LORRAINE ROBERTS 0 Commercial
LARRY ROGERS 0 Industrial
MANI ROMANELLI I College Preparatory
Cadet Corps, Girl Reserves, G.A.A., National Honor Society,
Bowling Club, Latin Club
DOLORES VIOLA ROMANO I Commercial
AI.ICE L. ROSOL 0 Commercial
Service Squad, Girl Reserves, G.A.A., Treasurer: Spanish Club
JOSEPH ROSOL 0 Industrial
LILLIAN I. ROSOL 0 Commercial
Cadet Corps, Library Club, G.A.A., Girl Reserves, Dance Club
SENIOR ACTIVITIES . . .
CAROLYN ROSS 0 Commercial
Homeroom Representative, Tower Tribune, Service Squad, Girl
Reserves, G.A.A., secretary: Dramatic Club, secretaryg
National Honor Society, All-School Play
DOROTHY ROSSI O General
Glee Club, Cadet Corps
DORIS ROUTZAHN 0 Commercial
Service Squad, G,A.A.
IOSEPH E. ROWE O Industrial
P.A. Operator, Service Squad, National Honor Society
BARBARA ROWHI 0 Commercial
Cadet Corps, G.A.A.
HAROLD RUEITINGER 0 College Preparatory
Glee Club, Mixed Chorus
WILLIAM E. RUSHING, IR. 0 Industrial
ELEANOR RUSS 0 Commercial
Cadet Corps, Debate Club, Art Club, Dance Club
DOLORES RUTKOWSKI 0 Commercial
DORIS RYBSKI 0 Commercial
GENEVIEVE D. RYMARZ 0 Commercial
OLGA MARY SAIDOCK 0 General
Library Club, Service Squad
CATHERINE PAULINE SAMA 0 Commercial
WILLIAM R. SAMBRONE 0 College Preparatory
THOMAS SASS 0 General
NEAL WILLIAM SCHULTZ 0 Commercial
Glee Club, Service Squad
ROBERT SCHWAR11 0 Industrial
BETTY SEAWRIGHT O General
EUGENIA SERBANTIO 0 College Preparatory
Service Squad, Tower Tribune, Senior Play, Dramatic Club,
RUTH SHATTELROE 0 General
Library Club, Service Squad
MARIAN SI'IAW 0 Commercial
Girl Reserves, National Honor Society, Dance Club
GENE SHEPHERD 0 Industrial
Tower Tribune, Fleur-de-Lis Mechanical Staffs
MARION SIMMS 0 General
Girls Cadet Corps
BETTY SIMPSON O College Preparatory
EDWARD C. SIPPLE O General
ADELAINE SIROCUSE 0 Commercial
Girl Reserves, G.A.A.
FRANCE SIROCUSE O Commercial
Girl Reserves, G.A.A.
EUGENE P. SIROSKEY 0 Industrial
IAC! SISCO 0 General
OLGA M. SLOBODIN 0 General
Tower Tribune, Fleur-de-Lis
BL'I'I'Y SMITH 0 General
CLARENCE E. SMITH 0 Industrial
IEAN SMITH 0 College Preparatory
Tower Tribune, Service Squad, Senior Play, Dramatic Club,
ROBERT WILLIAM SMITH 0 College Preparatory
Basketball, Track, Homeroom Representative, Hi-Y Tractor,
treasurer: Football, National Honor Society, Varsity Club
SALLY ANN SMITH 0 Commercial
Service Squad Captain
BL'I'TY SNYDER O General
Service Squad, Glee Club, Tower Tribune, Library Club
HILDA SOUSA I Commercial
CLAIRE SUE SPURLING 0 General
ADELE STACKMAN O Commercial
EARL STAN 0 Industrial
IOHN STANCIU 0 Industrial
Band, Fleur-de-Lis, Tower Tribune, Mechanical Staffs
ROBERT STANDO O College Preparatory
ROSS STEGGLES 0 College Industrial
Basketball, captain, Track, captain: Varsity Club, Senior
Class, Treasurer, Homeroom Representative, Football.
BARBARA STEVENS O College Preparatory
Cadet Corps, Service Squad, G.A.A., Tower Tribune, Bowling
Club, Dancing Club, Latin Club
WBLEY R. STEWART 0 Industrial
LORRAINE ANN STIGLEMAN 0 Commercial
EILEEN T. STRACHAN O Commercial
Cadet Corps, Glee Club, G.A.A.
MELVIN STRAIGHT 0 College Preparatory
Service Squad, National Honor Society
LILLIAN ANN SUMMERS I Commercial
gl-LA., Service Squad, Bowling Club, Dramatic Club, Senior
BETTY MAY SUNDSTROM 0 General
VERA SWANTON 0 General
Cadet Corps, Service Squad
AUDREY SWETT I General
MARIE TARENTINI I Commercial
Service Squad, Homeroom Representative
KENNETH H. TAYLOR I Industrial
IEAN TEST O College Preparatory
Cadet Corps, G.A.A., Girl Reserves, All-School Play, Senior
Play, Service Squad, Fleur-de-Lis, Tower Tribune, Spanish
Club, Homeroom Representative, Dramatic Club
DIANE C. THEODORAN 0 Commercial
DONALD THIEDE 0 College Preparatory
LORHEAA THOMAS 0 Commercial
NORMAN THOMAS O College Preparatory
TOM THOMAS 0 Industrial
goofbf1g,CTower Tribune Mechanical Staff, Hi-Y Blue, Basket-
a , . . .
WAYNE HENRY THOMAS 0 Industrial
RAYMOND I. TOLINSIII 0 Industrial
LEO TOMIKOW I Industrial
DORIS TOOI-IEY 0 College Preparatory
Cadet Corps, Science Club, Fleur-de-Lis, G.A.A., Bowling Club,
Senior Play, Tower Tribune, Winner of University of Mich-
LUCIAN TORNATORE O Industrial
MARION LOUISE TURII O Commercial
Service Squad, Dramatic Club
WILLIAM I. ULRICH 0 Industrial
CHAR.IgES UNGER 0 General
STELLA VAKOLIUCK 0 Commercial
VIOLA VANK I Commercial
BEVERLY VAN PATTEN 0 College Preparatory
Glee Club, National Honor Society, Homeroom Representative,
ARNOLD VANZO 0 College Preparatory
Football, Track, Varsity Club, Hi-Y Blue
THOMAS VARGO 0 General
MARIAN VLTTER 0 General
ANN MARIE VITTI 0 General
CARL VOGEL I Industrial
DOLORES WACHOWSKI O Commercial
RICHARD S. WAGERSON 0 Industrial
goats, Basketball, Hi-Y, Homeroom Representative, Varsity
PAUL WAGNER 0 Industrial
GEORGE C. WALLIS 0 Industrial
BETTY I. WALTERS 0 Commercial
MARIORY R. WARD 0 Commercial
Cadet Corps, Service Squad
LELAND WATIINS 0 College Preparatory
DORIS WEISS 0 Commercial
Cadet Corps, Girl Reserves, Service Squad
IRENE OLGA WENSRO 0 General
Homeroom Representative, Cadet Corps, Service Squad
HELEN WERCELY 0 Commercial
Cadet Corps, G.A.A., Service Squad, Girl Reserves
MARGARET WENER 0 General
DOROTHY WHITE 0 Commercial
MARY WHITE 0 Commercial
WILLIAM E. WIDHWER I Industrial
GEORGE WILHELM 0 Industrial
Aero, Homeroom Representative, Senior Play, Football Reserves
IANE WILLIAMS 0 College Preparatory
Latin Club, secretary: Senior Play, National Honor Society
Service Squad, Dance Club, Dramatic Club I
LOIS E. WILLIAMS I General
SALLY WILLIAMS 0 General
Service Squad, Tower Tribune
SARAH IEAN WILLIAMS I Commercial
THOMAS WILSON I General
P. A. Operator
HAROLD WINKEL 0 Industrial
DOLORES WOLFE 0 General
Cadet Corps, Service Squad
HENRY B. WONDOLOWSKI 0 Commercial
PHIL WOOD 0 Industrial
DOLORES A. WOSEK 0 Commercial
G.A.A., Cadet Corps, Service Squad, Bowling Club
DOROTHY YACKELL 0 General
ROSE LYNN YAGNISZAK 0 Commercial
Girl Reserves, G.A.A., Service Squad, Dramatic Club
ROSE YUSKOWETZ 0 Commercial
Cadet Corps, Glee Club, Bowling Club
RUTH ZAVISA 0 Commercial
CHARLOTTE ZEGLEN 0 Commercial
DOLORES ZUZACII O General
Study Hall Assistant
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' This year the schools of our city
have merged into one school dis-
trict . . . It is now called the Dear-
born Board of Education . . . The
change has brought with it many
problems . . . and has kept the board
busy . . . As usual the board has met
these problems as all other mat-
ters with the efficiency for which
they are noted . . .
0 HARVEY H. LOWHEY
0 RAY H. ADAMS
0 FRED BEARD
0 GRANT B. BURNS
O MARTIN WELLNA
0 IOHN ALEXANDER
0 FRANCIS A. RILEY 0 HOMER C. BEADLE 0 GEORGE E. BRADY
Trustee Trustee Trustee
0 ERVIN HOWARD 0 HERBERT S. MITCHELL
Assistant Superintendent Business Manager
' Principal Dean C. Tate . . . read-
ing a letter from a Fordson alum-
nus in service . . . looks up to flash
the cameraman a smile . . . Judging
from the size f tha ' '
o L pile ol papers
on his desk . . . he sccms to be kept
.4-Q, -1 'kill
' One of Assistant Principal
Harry Huller's many tasks . . .
is organizing the complicated
system of class schedules . . .
He is also head counsellor in
the advisory system . . . takes
care of the girls and boys . . .
is head of the science depart-
ment . . . supervises publica-
tion of the school bulletins
9 Seeing that library fines
are paid is only a small part of
Assistant Principal Ralph
Wonders' daily job . . . Others
are taking care of absence ex-
cuses . . . and dealing with dis-
tries to straighten out a matter
ms . . . Here he
n J e s si e
Bodle and George Zaffiris.
0 Elizabeth Boodakian . . .
secretary to Mr. Tate . . . stops
him to discuss one of the many
daily problems . . . Miss Booda-
kian takes care of office cor-
respondence and does other
' The phone seems to ring
continually on the desk of Mrs.
Mary Garing . . . attendance
clerk . . . Absence excuses
make up a large portion of the
0 Mrs. Nettie George . . . an
important cog in the office
machinery . . . goes over vari-
ous school records with Donna
Bergquist . . . one of the many
graduating students . . . Mrs.
George checks all twelfth
grade students, credits before
they are allowed to graduate
. . . helps Mr. Huller get the
daily programs . . . and takes
care of all office records,
' The high school office . . . nucleus of school life for all Fordsonites . . .
with its ringing phones . . . constant coming and going of students and teach-
ers . . . lost articles . . . conferences . . . and the general hum of well organized
activity . . . Seniors are found in throngs around Mrs. Nettie George's desk
having their credits checked . . . absentees fill the office every morning to
get their approved or unapproved slips . . . a few wait outside Mr. Tate's, Mr.
Huller's or Mr. Wonders' offices for consultation and guidance.
Simon Babel Frances Barrett Cecil Coedy Fred Eshleman Harold Goodalle- Eleanor Heth '
A.B., M.A. ILB., M.A. A.B., M.A. ILB., MJL A.B., M.A., M.S., I..L.B. B.S.. M.A.
Horticulture English Music Mathematics Commerce Art
Harry Huller Caroline Husted Ioe Kazlusky Ferris Lewis R. Vard Martin Lucille Walsh'
A.B.. M.A. A.B.. M.A. B.S., M.A. A.B.. M.A. B.S., M.A. A.B., M.A.
Science Library Physical Educatron Social Science Industrial Library
Chester Ackerman Maxine Eddy f Lillie Barnes Ted Barton Clara Mae Beach John Beauchamp
Industrial Publications. English Science Mathematics Commercial Commercial
Mary Beauchamp' Herbert Beddow Lorraine Beebe' Walter Billiet Robert Bills Carl Brawley
English Mathematics Physical Education Industrial Industrial Industrial
Byron Brown Ann Burger I Dorothy Burrell Charles Cady Leo Callahan Elmer Carlson
Science Physical Education English Physical Education Science Industrial
Wanda Chrobak ' Irma Cilley F- Elizabeth Claucherty- Stephanie Cooke' Iesse Cripps "' Eldon Cross "
Lanuguage English Commercial Physical Education Commercial Commercial
comm"cid lean Datson Reginald Davies William F. Davis Nelle Driese .. Philip Edmonson
Annette Cummings Social Science English Mathematics English Mathematics
social science Marion Fisher - Ruth Foncannon Katherine Godirey - T. P. Godfrey Norma Green
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Katie Gregory Evelyn Harr 'C' Sarah Hill -1
Social Science English. Language Physical Education
Marion l-lunsickex-4 Ray lennings Wilma lonescue
Commercial Science Homemaking
Merwin l.ewrs"' Alice Locklin Del Loranger
Social Science Mathematics Physical Education
John Hollar '
La Hue Kercher
Von Knisely -.
Art Hughes' -
Ray Parker -'
Karl Place "
Wade Smith A
Commercial Science, Mathematics
Sam Vasiu Ernest Venk
Ethel Masselink Almerene Montgomery'
Iohn Rrngelspauqh Christian Ritter
Industrial Industrial P
Dorothy Seitz Beatrice Simmons
Mary Lila Zanq
Esther Romanow '
Lyle G. Wines
Mary Garing "
Russel D. Catherman
Clerk H. S. Office
Social and English
Clerk H. S. Office
Irene Vogt '-
Anne Ewasuk '-
Clinic and Library
cred to plan jun-
ior class activities are of-
ficers of the class of 1946
. . . Istandingj Mrs. Jean
Datson, sponsor' Pat
Rowe, vice presidentg
Charles Evans, presidentg
Miko Hayden, trcasurerg
y, director , . .
fscatedj Shirley North-
rup, directorg J
tcy, director, and Joan
victory for Fordson
red after another
the gridiron are Jean
Test, Carolyn Ross, Jo-
Ann Kcttimon, Shirley
eslie and Barbara Mains.
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MRS. DOROTHY SEITZ
Miss Frances Barrett
First low: S. Diifanbaugh, I. Bailey, H. DeWitt, L. M. Croce, 0. Chimka, N. Canterbury, N.
Dunworth, E. Brown. Miss Barrett.
Second row: M. Damian, M. Fimbinqer, I. Christensen, D. Call. H. Christen, F. Cesdrio, B. Beasley,
V. Bullian, L. Allen, I. Ciackowski,
Third row: C. Cann, I. Evanovich, S. Betteridqe, G. DeSantis, M. Dougg, M. Burnowski, W.
Christie, M. Beeler, A. Clements, E. Condron. T. Corn.
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First row: D. Delgrosso, 1
Degrclzia. I. Docherty, R. Boye
A. Deiazio. H. Bartosik, I. Cob
Second row: Mr. Ringelspaugl
G. Chrysakis, I. Davis, G. Bu
kett, D. Clements, W. Chiminsk
I. Clough, L. Anger, I.. Beernaex
Third row: R. Burrows, W. Balol
F. Cernuto, I. Brown. D. Davie
son, K. Archer, G. Arnolt, '
Amundson, W. Crafts, B. Burtlel
First row: E. Koenicki. M. Hervey
E. Haqopian, D. Hardacre, I
Livingston, A. Guerriero, N
Grigsby, S. Kown.
Second row: M. Good, N. Logar
B. Hope. G. Krikorian, I. Go:
iynski, V. Kcrlinski, S. Lamerutc
Third row: E. Kargela. D. Hayes
P. Gruenwald, B. Keller, I. Gi'
mour. M. Kennedy. B. Gidilewicl
12B BOYS MR. IVAN MCCARBERY
First row: C. McCammon, C. Maile, I. Leonetti, B. Koytk, R. Lawrence, S. Nowosielski.
Second row: W. Lazcxruk, N. Logan, D. Koers, A. Kocharoii, L. Kuehnel, D. Lavine.
First row: C. Iones. T. Greco
Mr. Carlson, D. Howells, I
Second row: B. Drewinski, L
Failel, R. Dysarz, B. Gilland, E
Third row: N. Green, E. Guerney
C. Evans, D. Greene, K. Hedeen
Fourth row: D. Horbuchewski
I. Hale, B. Iohnson, B. Fasulo
W. Jeffries, I. Ewing.
First row: Mrs. Thayer, G
McFadden, P. Pecxchey, V
Moniuszko, L. Rosol, P. Porto
S. McQueen, S. Padden.
Second rcw: F. Moore, E
Menees, D. Nuum, A. Molodesky
E. Rice, I. Romunuk, I. Milne
B. Prezios, L. Movesky.
Third row: E. Ruutio, I. Mitchell
A. Ottoline, G. Miklosky, F
Polcxncich, N. Paqnini, F. Perez
B. Pietrowslci, T. Parrelly, R
Petix, M. Rafferty.
First row: M. Brown. M. E. Boswell, L. Christie, Mrs. Laura Sutherland. B. Asher. C. Bossio,
Second row: M. Balicki, L. Bilyeu, I. Baillie, V. Bush. L. Clark, T. Binkowski, V. Adams, 'l'.
Atwoll, I. Barlow, L. Bration.
Third row: I. Brown. H. Bunce, C. Bruno, N. Cenusa, D. Ccxcio, B. Alioio, M. Balaqna
MRS. JEAN DATSON
First iowa Mrs. Daison, H.
Stewart, V. Vesey, D. Vaughn.
D. Williams. 0. Sepulveda.
Second row: A. Stanley, M.
Wiacek, C. Wolf. M. Waun. B.
Young, L. Zielinski, M. Shamey.
V. Vella, I. Simkiss.
Third row: M. Senkevich. E.
Wagner, M. Suiier, E. Tappen.
R. Withers, R. Vishin, M. Siieve,
R. Scanlon. D. Wensinq. E.
Fouith row: D. Sioycholl, C.
Schelden, L. Sunstrom. R. Som-
merville, D. Slraube, D. Szabo,
MR. MAX MUSSER
First xow: P. Wilk, R. Pandall,
I. Pinio, I. Ray, I. Paulin, E.
Second row: L. Winton, M.
Tomkow. R. Parpart, E. Sano-
vaqe, I. Shepherd. C. Roberis,
Third row: S. Phillips, E. Socall,
D, White, T. Thomas, C. Unger,
MRS. LUCILLE WOOD
Mrs. Laura Sutherland
Fouilh row: E. Catton. B, Broylos. B. Bailey, V. Charlbois, L. Cadden, M. Bulloch, C. Bappert, ,
F. Budnick. E. Ciccarelli.
First row: I. Corio, D. Boyson
D. Curlesimo. M. Berry, H .Barl-
linq, W. Cornacchini, I. Buzo.
Second row: Mr. Beauchamp, A
Bctrbioux, D. Brown, E. Bolas, R
Anayu, H. Bechtel, T. Cuioru, I.
Berry. I.. Buckner.
Third row: T. Burton, R. Black
M. Arndl, F. Brayman, R. Burk-
holder, H. Beeker, W. Black, W
Adcock, G. Bluhm.
Fourth row: B. Brown, W. Biess
C. Brycms, C. Csmos, I. Barson.
I. Adams, R. Adair, I. Buchan
D. Bower, A. Benning, D. Brown
C. Black, M. Bokun.
First row: G. Davenporf, L.
Combs, H. Dean, M. Derderian,
I.. Duncan, A. Elliott. O. Dom-
beck, A. Elkins.
Second row: D. DesChenes, P.
Davis, V. Dolich, M. Davis, S.
Elwood. I. A. Erickson, V. L.
Conuuqhty, M. Colleran, E.
Dahlen. M. I.. Eighinger, I.
Difranco, A. Demvan.
Third row: V. Crowdis, I. Cum-
mer, M. Delich, B. Cunninqham.
I. Coy, P. Dorris, P. Day, B.
Dresser, L. Cote, P. Drury.
MR. KARL PLACE
First row:E. Hanson, D. Glenn, W. Demmons, F. Anthony, H. Fobur, E. Guyot, I. Fielek.
Second row: R. Hans, G. Fox, B. Fowler, R. Goldsborough, D. Edmonds, C. Flory, A. Defranceschi.
Third row: D. less, R. Drouillcxrd, W. Deline, H. Gales, C. Griffith, D. Fahneslock, E. Durocher.
Fourth row: S. Gehos, D. Fogt, V. Gardian, I. Drus, H. Edwards, I. Esper, G. Doymon.
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11A GIRLS MRS. NELLE DRIESE
I .1::t ww: Mrs. Driese, B. Haydu, F. Georqe, D. Fisher, B. Hall, D. Gale, D. Harrison, L. Haslam, T. Gurba
V. Golen, B. Golden, M. Flint, M. Hart, S. Fletcher.
Fwmmcl ww: E. Hancock, A. Favre, R. Fleeqle, H. Hager, C. Giska, L. Francavillcx, R. Franckowiak, L
Haneberq. M. Hadus, D. Harris, R. Haqopian, B. Forlin, D. Fisher.
Th.1fI ww: M. Grell, H. Gredenich, L. Hammond, P. Gotos. B. Hayden, M. Gandolio, D, Dayden, L. Fraser
D. Gilsbach, M. Fosler. P. Fancher, R. Hanenberq, N. Gopiqian, M. Hauer.
First row: D. Koch, N. Hebets,
D. Kozlow, M. Henson. B. Iobson.
M. Helm, B. Isham.
Second row: C. Iordan, M.
Kachaturoff, P. Knapp, M. Kehrl,
C. King, H. Kowal, D. Kocsis.
Third row: M. Kominski, M.
Hollowell, L. Hengtgen, D.
Iacobson, M. Herman, P. Housel.
Fourth row: S. Igna, M. Iames, I.
Hill, S. Hein, G. Iuhas, H. Iohn-
son. R. Herron.
First row: D. Marlin, D. McClain,
W. Iohnsione, W. Mclntosh, E
Hebda, E. Moore.
Second row: D. Iohnston, A
Hureski, R. Miller, E. Neroni, W
Meacham, T. Hennessy.
Third row: M. Hayden, L. Hayes
R. ludnick, B. Hartman, P. Hare
Fourth row: R. Ibbeison, R. Neil'
singer, I. Huettemmn, E. Narkum
D. Nelson, B. Hinkel.
MR. NORVAL FELL
First row: K. Knox, T. Liackes,
B. Lister, G. Lacatis, C. Munn,
Second row: P. Kukla, C. Lcmci
E. Letizio, C. Knighion, I. Leigh
Third row: A. Korpi, T. Kosinski
F. Livermore, I. Marullo, F
Maikowski. N. Kuschel.
Fourth row: D. Lemorie, K
Kiernan, L. Kwiecinski, B. Ko
vach, I. Katzvinsky, C. Kovton.
I IA GIRLS
Fzrst row: Miss Schuster. N
Lozon. B, McCreedy, E. Mann, E
Maqlocci, M. Martens.
Second row: C. Mcklaughton, A
Kutassy, E. McCombs, P. Mathis
S. MacKenzie, E. Matiiek, T
Mazzie, M. McGrath.
Third raw: E. McAfee, C. Mart
M. Loos, E. Lucas, M. Krashnvetz
M. Kristoit, M. Lewis, R. Kroch-
man. M. McCol1ouah
Fourth row: D. Krupski, C. Light-
foot. B. McEwen. M. Kulas. I..
Lang, L. Maesiri, P. LaPose, D
Markowski, M. Malacarne.
MR. ROBERT BILLS
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First row: H. Schwartz, P. Pretka, I. Quinn, R.
Second row: E. Pierce, F. Sanders, R. Sergott,
Third row: E. Samser, H. Pettit, P. Schroeder,
'Fourth Row: C. Rice, I. Pampu, B. Shannon,
I. O'Brien, C. Oshanski.
Richard, C. Snyder, H. Schumaker, H. Snell.
B. Pierce, S. Petrilli, K. Owen, A. Oswald.
H. Siedlik, W. Peecher, S. Palumbo, A. Pikulinski.
H. Przybylski, F. Perpich, R. Peterson, G. Plots, A. Ossc
11A GIRLS MISS EVELYN HARR
I'tt:.t ww: D. Heinke, D. Muszynski, L. Parks, M. I. Prokop, A. Pietrobono, R. Oiiara, D. Ploch, E. Otto, B. Henlro, M. Murdock, R.
Ponievozik, M, Okdie, D. Rayl, V. Mucha. Rediqun- U .
111 fmtri mg: Miss Harr, D. Mercier, D. Monroe, L. Parsons, H. Mers- Fourth mw: M. Negn, N. Norris, B. Novicka, M, Pett. S. Northrup,
dart. I. Miozzi. P. Motcheck, D. Geqahan, S. Pluta, B. Merwin. M. Pope, D. Muir, L. Naster, B. Nalband, H. Pestotnik, C. Rantz, I.
'Html ww: V, Morgan, F. Panzott, C. Ohanian, B. L. Hice, C. Petovello. L. Raezler, M. Morris.
MT. John Hollar
First row: E. Williarnson, G.
Zattiris, B. Yancheson. I. Valen-
tine, B. Yessian, V. Vallecru, P.
Seronrl row: Mr. Holldr, D.
Swartz, D. Wilson, M. Stellar, A.
Trifonoff, G. Zulinski.
Third Row: P. Webber. L
Wroblewski, K. West, B. White.
B. Wassman, H. Sweeney, E
Fourth row: I. Unger, E. Tillman.
N. Tomassini, T. Varqa, I. Stieve,
K. Vaughan, M. Teague.
First tow: I. Sazstyl, V. Stewart,
B. Ryia, C. Sergay, Miss Burrell.
F.. M. Hochitte. E. Sclmel, L. I
Spring, A. Simoni.
Swrond row: H. Horhbauqh, N
Stiles. I. Stanton, G. Sillars. P
Stanislaw, I. Shakut, V. Shaier
Ttmd row: A. Savage. M. I
Smith, B. Smith. I. Stowe, E
Sentilli, H. Roland, N. Serrechia
Fourth row: D. Stefansky, G
Springer, I. ShoteY, l. Salvatore
E. St. Onqe, M. Scott, l.. A
Stephenson, P. Rowe, H. Slrwara
First row: D. Yasnos, I. Zolin, N.
Venturi, B. Thomas, I. Zadrozny,
l.. 'l'homas. S. Yonchett, M.
Second row: D. Urbanski, L.
Thompson, M. Teeple, H. U'Renn,
D. Woods, V. Strzempka, E.
Strachan, M. A. Tucker, P.
Willett, Miss Acldy.
Third row: D. Vasconcelles, D.
Williams, B. Walker, D. Wester-
lund, F. VanSull, 5. Zehra, M.
Zalewska, V. Taiariol, I.
Thomas, D. Wright, R, Van
Patten, D. Yager, M. E. Wise.
Fourth row: D. Watson, G.
Thomas, H. Straza, L. Zimmel.
D. Varga, M. Va.nOast, E. Wall,
E. Varvari, R. Werner, I.. Thomp-
son, S. Trudeau, R. Suchy, V.
Urban, I. Swantek.
First mow: Mr. Strongman, K.
Bohn, S. Calderini, D. Cosenza,
A. Calderon, E. Berry, E. Godette.
T. Foster, G. Brady, D. Aichler,
Second row: H. Brand, M. Fer-
rantino, D. Carrick, P. Arsenault,
B. Brehm, W. Dalton, D. Blok, C.
Demek, A. Etimchik, E. Cathey,
Third row: I. Allen, S. Bustetter,
D. DeGroat. C. Dubas, D. Cy-
winxki, F. Coleman, F. Chalmers,
L. Buresh, M. Bazzy, S. Costa, I.
Davis, C. Gibbs.
11B GIRLS MISS ANNETTE CUMMINGS
First row: D. Diduch, V. Emmet, M. Draguescu, R. Cuthbert, F. Bazanski, I. Cone, M. Cole, M.
Second row: B. Binder, G. Allen, V. Albas, I. Baldwin, V. David, N. Bartoshuk, I. Appie, D.
Alexander, G. Caracallo, M. E. Dimitroft.
Third row: B. Burrows, A. Del1aVecchia, P. Vernocco, O. Bitzko, M. Boike, S. Bondie, A. Chernus,
B. Awad, E. Cincu, B. Baerlin, V. Brown
11B GIRLS MRS. MARION FISHER
fM1'S. Stephanie Cookej
Flizst ww: P. Fisher, M. Kaspriak, M. Hirst, N. England, Mrs. Cooke, E. Huckabone, B. Kernosek, A
Kibitlewski, A. Murphy.
Sfwond mw: C. Moore. N. Nazarowff, P. Missani, A. Kachadurian, P. Kovlun, S. Menees, D. Karll, P. Housel
Tlmd row: L. Hanovich, B. Marchelletta, B. Kories, M. Machno, W. Holmes, M. Fowler, D. Meier, R
McCarlY, D. Graham.
l"mrtl1 mw: E. Litzer, B. Nagy, L. Kirk, D. Klem, A. Heinlein, F. McPherson, L. Heinz, F. Horwath, D, Hawk
M. Grevenqood, S. Frayne, E, Engel.
11B BOYS MR. VON KNISELY
First ww: Mr. Knisely, M. Lachowicz, W. Gubka, H. Kempa, G. Growe, G. Nasser, L. Kresuk, R. Mazurek,
C. Malanoski, N. Lucas, A. Micale.
Socrmd row: E. Lewandcwski, L. Martin, I. Kelouslian, S. Gulyas, D. Meehan, I. Marlinelli, W. Mercer, E.
Marusak, H. Hamby, F. Lollo.
Tlmrl mw: C. Kiser, G. Magil, C. Minielly. F. Kerr, W. Kasanovich, K. Lichliter, C. Henry, R. Gull.
MR. RAY PARKER
First row: H. Schwiekhart E
Stratton, K. Powers, M. Waypa
H. Shaitic, R. Walbrecq. M
Santavenere, E. Smith, W
Second row: F. Tykosky, D
Wilson, I. Smoly, D. Srull H
Papp, F. Tornatore. G. Ternes D
Third row: R. Prokopp, B. Rise
brouqh. C. Rosiu, I. Tobin P
Sugq, F. Radcliffe. D. Wallace
M. VanNest, R. Turchan
MRS. ANN BURGER
First row: M. Wilson, M. Wal-
lace, H. Boss, I. Rabus, D.
Thom, D. Parker, S. Tomlin, M.
Neile, O. Stidham, I. Odor, M.
Second row: Mrs. Burqer, D. Rut-
kowskr, I. Snell, D. Wittersheim.
I. Tyler, R. Viscomi. B. Rose.
P. Stanek, P. Standafer.
Third row: P. Sweeney, M. Wil-
son, M. Osso, G. Voss. L. Olea-
zewski, M. Parry, M. Petticrew,
E. Tarry, N. Schopp, I. Parpart.
D. Woolley, S. Sorensen.
10A BOYS MR. WADE SMITH
Firstlrow: Mr. Smith, W. Bryan, M. Antonelli, I. Bartling. E. Bradley, B. Bakka, M. Andrews, P. Barill, B
Seoond row: H. Bazzy. O. Bednarz, B. Boqosian, W. Bednarz, G. Boyd. R. Barney, W. Bowers, A. Bazzy, I.
Third row: R. Brown, R, Burch, I. Bublausky, H. Andrusiak, C. Bazzy, R. Bach, G. Brayman, R. Altailer,
Fourth row: F. Alexander. D. Allen, I. Adams, R. Burns, R. Bradley, P. Arnold, R. Brandley, H, Angelo,
A. Alderman, I. Bowman, H. Banish, P. Bartsch.
MISS NORMA GREEN
First row: Miss Green, I. Bruce, R. Belch. M. Binninq, M. Brummett, C. Bayoii, E. Berryman, M. Allocca,
M. Bruzas, E. Asher, P. Antaillia, V. Arqiroii, S. Abraham, I. Bell, B. Boehm.
Second row: B. Bayram, D. Bundas, D. Baker, P. Byers, R. Borck, D. Anderson, D. Atwood, L. Burch, I. Arco,
B. Brown, M. Adams, E. Blanchard.
Third row: M. Boias, M. Atwood, B. Brownfield,
E. Bryzek, P. Antczak, V. Avram. M. Barbati, G. Bonner.
Y. Aquino, P. Bailey, C. Anderson, D. Bartlett, V. Bartz, B. Bennett.
10 A BQYS MR. HARRISON WELSH
H1111 ww: N.Kcpeikin, I. Iones, R. Larson, W. Iolliie, M. Koebbe, K. Drake, A. Iodmekeleii, G. King.
Elf-f-:mci ww: D. Liddel, C. Kukla. D. Lewis, I. Lel-'ranc, C, Keppen, C. Kadau, M. Kennedy, R. Lanqevin.
Tlmrl ww: D. Kosliuk, F. Little, W. Iohnson, G. Krech, V. Kosch, T. Iaworoski, P. I.eVdsseur, D. Kaliiut.
I'muth ww: R. Kosberq. P. Lurqes. H. Hiddel, K. Kilnger, A. Kenski, I.. Loeweke, R. Luke, H. Kirn.
Fuss! mw, Mr. Edmonson, I. In-
qall. D. Harrison, I. Ickes, D.
Hayden, R. Huvlalka, R. Hinze.
Svvond low: H. Guy, L. Hughes
I. Hensley, A. Hampton, M. Gar:
ner, R. Horvai, K. Holloway.
Tlnrd mw: W. Grunheid, E
Haas, B. Herbal, B. Groves, T.
Iaconelli, D. Gardner, H. Harris.
Fomth row: I. Hubbard, A
Ianice, B. Harrison, E. Gillum, L.
Grabias, A. Guqelrnan, R. Hen-
derson, G. Houqhan.
Fnst row: M. Cclpra, A. Diveila
G. Clevela-nd, M. Clowesley. S
Cuan, A. Dimaria, B. Clauqh.
Second row: H. Cummen, I
Crumb, V. Carnovale, I. Coyne
C. Church, G. D'Aquanna, F
Cook, P. Cepeda.
Thud low: B. Craiil, B. Dolney
H. Czayslicke, I. Czaihowski, I
Chora, M. Dodson, I. Calk, V
Davis, Y. Derro, A. Donnabedin
Fourth xow: N. Ca.rr, S. Czayka
S. Connely, M. Doebeli, I. Dick
erson, B. Casmer, I. Currie, I
Cherkun, M. Dean, G. Coombe:
Frrst row: L. Goike, E. Fade, E
Hiundilelii, D. Ellioll, M. Hussel
bcrch, R. Finn, G. Fosier, C
Feltes, M. Gcmdolfo, S. Golden,
N. Gaddis, A. George, L. Duke.
Second row: I. Droste, I. Droste
E. Fenken, L. Haugen, D. Dur-
ham. G. Girard, G. Engle, R.
Gogoiuk, G. Dyal, E. Davis, M.
Gattis, D. Harris, I. Ermolik.
Third row: C. Green, M. Dukes,
P. Forrester. A. Greco, S. Dor-
rcms, I. Hayes, L. Gardner, B.
Doyle. Y. Gaqne, I. Ewing, D
Harvie, I. Grosbeak, B. Harris,
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10A BOYS MR. ELDON CROSS
Fourth row: G. Nilson, R. Obermcyer, L. Murawski, R. Monberg, O. Napoleon, R. Mercier, B. Miller, R.
Third row: R. McGrew, R. Mikiiarofl, R. Miller, D. Nierman, I. Morgan, A. Neufler, V. Marolick.
Second row: L. Morrison, V. Martino, I. Marks, E. Nerneih, L. Nasser, R. Mundernuch.
F1rst row: S. Motyka, M. Manarino, R. Mnckowski, D. Maltese, I. Nagy, D. Nixon, I. McDougall.
10A GIRLS MRS. MARGARET MacMILLAN
First row: K. Klinker, A. M. Herbiscn, I. Hinshaw, V. Klosowski, D. Kiser, A, Koebbe, I. Konnendi.
Second row: C. I. Kremer, I. Hervey, M. Konkoleski, R, M. Hinton, G. Kelley, S. Hodgins, C. Hiah, P. Kemp.
Third row: I. Kovack, M. Howell, B. Horn, B. Killenberq, M. Kesler, I. Hunter, L, Ioweti, C. Keith, P. Kreici,
D. Hintzke, B. Hercher, P. Klein.
Fourth row: D. Hillyear, R. Karmann, D. Kuciemba, R. M. Iucha, L. Hotchkiss, L. Huber. G. Kessler. E. Kerr,
A. Koom, V. Kearney, R. Iaworski.
I'u::t ww: E. Peqanske, H. Poloczuk. I. Olezewski. D. Newton,
A. Motoroiescie, D. Moore. I. Park. H. Presekopowski.
Sm-.md mw: Mrs. Fonccxnnon, S. Moi-ford, B. Milson, V. Pas4
coll, H. Papinecu. C. Nuwrocki. D. Myszynski. H. Monkeun.
F. Nudarozny. D. Niemiec.
M., I 5
First low: Miss Chrobuk, S.
Mierzwu. M. Michels, M. Micha-
lek, B. McQuis1on, H. Kvasncxk.
R. Mcxrra. M. Lesniak. H. Mur-
qinean, M. Lulmsiewicz.
Se-cond row: A. Michlcxp. D.
Lonq. B. Lavoie. K. Knisely. G.
Mcxcerie, W. Marten, I. Meliclr.
D. Mcxriz, D. Marys, L. Mersdorl,
G. Kingsley, M. Kuczin, C. Lin-
Third row: P. Mains, M. Lewis.
M. Marshall. B. Lukesich, W.
McLeod. B. Lynch, M. Mcrqnons.
B. Manos. I. Mclleman, B.
Mucuqu. F. Kurtykcx, B. Lund, R.
Fu-st row: R. Schindler. B. Rus-
sow. D. Pingsion, D. Heposcx, I.
Savage. T. Oppcxt. L. Rilzzo. H.
Rose. D. Schoenruth.
Second row: H. Ross, E. Ray-
mond, I. Russell, P. Shaw. I.
Olezewski, I. Scunopeden, Frank
Sleep. A. Popp. G. Smith.
Third row: L. Surkany. I. Shakur.
W, Schleiff, S. Peterson. I. Pela-
mcxli. N. Sawchuk, B. Porccx. T.
Rondi, W. Roberts. T. O'Brien.
A. Parsons. G. Owen.
Fourth row: R. HCXY. L. Shilz, I.
Schoeb, R. Shinsky. B. Porudcr. B.
Peterson, W. Roberts. W. Rzucid-
lo, R. Siepiercxnski. H. Procior, R.
Slomczewski. D. Rigby.
MRS. RUTH FONCANNON
Third row: M. Ohunicxn, D. Piolrowski, A, Pccion, I. Pcxsler-
ncxlr. I. Pupuwitz, F. Miller. L. Parker. B. Morgiel.
Fourth row: F. Porter, I. Millets. N. Molodesky, M, Niplen,
B. Randall. B. Parry. I. Pielechu, S. Nichols, E. Olson, S. Neb-
letle. M. Montague.
First row: Mrs. Simmons, D. Tul-
lle, W. Wineberger. B. Valentine.
A. Thompson, I. Warrinqf I. Well-
man, G. Toie.
Second row: S. Vogel, M. Tra-
han, M. Trapp. I. Turcohe, B.
Unger, M. Wherry. D. Thomas.
Third row: I. Wood, E. Traxler, P.
Woodruii, N. Turchan, E. Wal-
lace. G. Wasilewsky, A. Wat-
kins, R. Waskewicz. V. Vanzo.
P. Waytas, M. Welch.
MR. RAY JENNINGS
First row: S. Veii, H. Williams.
R. Walker, R. Swayze, E. Stoc-
howiak, A. Vakoliuck, D. Siev-
Second row: D. Wysocki. D.
Warren. A. Vaineaq. V. Wilkin-
son, C. Sperry, S. Theororan.
Third row: W. Thorne. I. Tomasz.
R. Wood, H. Springer. W. Taren.
F. Wanderski, R. Siankey.
Fourih row: L. Weizel, I. Smoliz,
E. Thomas, R. Wiacek, R.
Zwarka. B. Srack, T. Suida, G.
Strata, R. St. Laurence, E.
Szewski, G. Woodcock, R. Wil-
4 . N
10A GIRLS MISS IRMA CILLEY
First row: Miss Cilley, G. Stagg. E. Simons, E, Sitarski, G. Renda, V. Spinozzi, D. Sanchez, I. Reiss.
Second row: V. Sekutowski, V. Speer, S. Sears. I. Reynolds, I. Rowe, B. Reno. G. Smith, P. Rossi.
Third row: B. Sparrow. M. Savage, V. M. Sloan, D. Rushing, T. Sparrow, C. Sousa, A. Schumaker, A. Speirs
Fourth row: M. Sahel, A. Skruch. C. Shaver. I. Swain, E. Swienski, A. Slimac, I. Swain, S. Sullivan, M
Schroeder, C. Surmoni, F. Roach, D. Schultz, B. Schultz.
'Qi K ,
I 'z' I C. Doyle, R. Edict, H
Bryina, A. Corn, H. Chamberlain
T. Ceckiewicz, D. Eckert.
I. Formenlo, I.
Cupchack, B. DeWitt. I. Ansell
H. Gunderson, R. Fisher, F
'I'Imf1 I I. Campbell, B. Boyle
H. Bowers, F. Golls. B. Favor. R
Eton, A. Bullion.
INm'l1 1 mf: Mr. McCarbery, G
Cinnamon, A. Douglass, I. Cum
minqs, N. Barnes, E. Fitzsim
mons. R. Fults, D. Birk. H. Failel
D. Cacio, N. Grilu, V. De-Santis
I'lIll : R. Black, N. Greco. R
Curcuru, P. Garranili, S. Ciccar
elli, T. Dundas, T. Denny, I
Brallon, H. Botwmley, I. Gos
tynski, R. Christensen.
l':zl'. I lvl R. Erickson. H. Arn
berq, L. Burton, I. Forqays, H
Byrd, C. Allen, I, Bishop, B
Foran, N. Ditlmar, M. Gray.
I url : x-J: P. Evans, D. Korpi. R
Kiernan, L. Ganqian. R. Fer
ranlino. I. leilrey, I. Horvalh.
12,-I-IMI I I. Keller, T. Fera, I
Kavan, M. Esman, M. Hayes.
L. Fishback, V. Kosmin, P. Groq
'I'lm'l :flu D. Gilmore, D. Knock
D. Hild, C. Gibbons. V. Gruman,
L. Keeler, C. Kvicola, M. Haw
thorne. A. Fucinarr, S. Hallard.
I',mIii ww V. Hayward, M
Knobloclt, G. Keighley, L. Fill
more. R. Dysarz, S. Hilchinqham,
G. Iakobowski, I. Ieifery.
10B GIRLS MISS ELIZABETH CLAUCHERTY
I'I1::v ww: M. Anderson, V. Blah, M. DeGraza, A. Asurian, S. Bradley, G. Antonnccr, S. Collins, L. Boucher,
fb- - Iwi r Miss Claucherty, A. Brennan, K. Allen, P. Chimenti, A, Desimone, 1. Bubel, I. Burnie, H. Dudeck,
M. Buhagian, M. Brannon.
'l'li:1fl ww: A. Abraham, V. Bush, V. Cosma, B. Boehm, C. Criieser, F. Coe, A. Camardes, H. Bilhow, M.
Dymlro, N. Burman.
I' Imlil I vw: D. Cain, M, Buchanan, Y. Borzym, B. Brown, C. Bush, D. Austin, M. Barnes, C, Barrie, G. Clark,
B. Dombrowski, D. Cann.
10B BOYS MR. TED BARTON
First row: E. Santavenere, H. Hiberdy, I. Park, R. Richardson, L. Winters
Second row: F. Romanelli, W. Samples, I. Surmanian, E. Tolinski, S. Simone.
Third ww: R. Tillen, G. Weis, C. Vogel, F. Schmidt, A. Rossi, B. Steinaway.
10B GIRLS MRS. WILMA JONESCUE
First row: M. Lucas. E. Petras, I. Love, C. Perez, T. McLaughlin, V. Lombardo, V. Nagy
Second row: G. Latourette, R. Sargent, M. Lawrence, I. McLaughlin, M. Maltrantonic
A. Ricciardi, H. Pelle. F. Pignanelli. M. Linberg, G. Reploqle. H. Monkean, A. Renulk.
Third row: V. Mavian, M. Morais. M. Lenser. G. Martins. M. MacEwen, E. Richardson,
K. Rees, M. Otto, M. LaGra.ti, N. Luteran. I. Martin.
Fourth row: I. Reqits. A. Orlott, B. Marlo. I. Pr-zyhylski, P. McMul1in, B. Potter, M.
McCullough, M. Raexlar. G. Handel, A. Olariu.
103 BOYS MR. LESLIE WAGNER
l'nr::t ww: I. Micele, A. Marusak, G. Klask, G. Kown, I. Iarecki, I. Iedinak, A. Lashowsky, G. Ondayko,
Sim-mir! ww: F. Hubbard, D. Iohnscn, O. Lawlor, L. Navarre, B. Navarra, R, Haag, A. Lawlon, S. Krol,
N. Harris. H. Norton. D. Karcher, Y. Movsesian.
'Vlmfl ww: B. Murphy, A. Laird, B. Neitser. E. Ochencxs, I. Mcllaney, E. Oliace, E. Mitchell, R. Marlin, R.
Mitchell, I. Michalczyk, A. Mcrzurek, W. Murphy. K. Neiswinter.
ILM!!! ww: B. Haller. H. Horvath, I. Ortliei, P. Mclivilly, R. Karkinske, D, Hipkiss, D. Harris, C. Hashoicm,
L. Ioiner. G. Miller. A. Ianice, E. Hopton.
10B GIRLS MRS. BESSIE STUART
l4.x:.t ww: E. Tudor, M. Ynncheif, M. Syacsure, H. Tison, B. Zapinski, H. Sweeney, N. Spirolf.
Simfcmri ww: D. Workman. D. Sivori, M. Taylor, D. Voltallorni. I. Vecchiato. G. Roberts.
Tlmd naw: M. Scanlon, C. Salaqan, L. Wondolowski, B. Seaberi, B. Sicmkiewicz, S. Samples, B. Usannaz.
l'f.11:!l1 ww: C. Thayer, C. Wilson, G. Venk, M. Smilh, R. Schmittlinq. I. Woodrum, I. Urban, G. Wright,
m. CQ gow
0 2 QUIZ?
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0 Fall council members included Unfit mwj Bob McRae, Frances Cameron, Horace Khxg. Iudy Mitchell,
Dave Greene: tfawwimi :owl Mr. Murrill Woolford, Iohn Tobin, Ed Sutliff, Sam Petrilli, Second semester
members included McRae, president: Frances, Iudy. Greene, Dick Kempa and Wes Geer.
' The Student Council spent much of its time this year in preparing a
new constitution for the school and revising the handbook . . . Members
went on as other councils in the past . . . striving to maintain school
spirit and standards . . , and to promote honesty and good sportsman-
ship . . . This year's council especially tried to get bigger and better
dances . . . The council sponsors and selects student assemblies . . . and
pays for them with money obtained from school dances . . . The public
address system, the organ, and band and cheerleaders uniforms were
bought by the council . . . Members are elected by students . . . Mr.
Murrill Woolford is sponsor.
0 Many pleasures are provided slu-
dents by the Council . . . The Daisy
Maes and Lil Abners and other
Sadie Hawkins' Day characters are
shown here . . . dressed for the
0 Elected second semester be'
cause oi scholarshio, leadership,
character, and service were Ctirst
znwl Rebecca Dragos, leane
Fleming. Dianne Vaughn, Mani
Romanelli, Alene Stanley: tset-
wnd :owl Ieane Bell, Ieane Frisch,
lane Williams. Glenora DeSan-
tis, Iosephirie Helisek, Valaria
Bublausky: ttiind :owl Mary
Riley, Dorothy Straube, Eleanor
Tappen, Thelma Corn, Genevieve
Chevalier: fiouith iowj Ierome
lakobowski, Leo Maiewski, Paul
Iones, Henry Bartosik. Ruth 4
Loos. Marion Shaw, Pasquale
DeSimone. Bob Ireland, LeRoy
Anger, Bob Smith.
0 Students named to the N.H.S.
before the winter election in-
cluded tfnst iowj Helen Kar-
man, Dorothy Leqenza, Shirley
Lister, Pauline Fucinari, Iuanita
Oswalt, Carolyn Ross: Csecond
:owl Willa Iohnston, Mildred
Lewis, Beverly Van Patten, Rose-
marie Galler, Madaline Mahnke.
Marion Zehra, Doreen Baldwin:
Jthird r iwl Genevieve Chevalier.
Betty Swartz, Eleanor Chunqo,
Alice Kenner, Shirley Frentz,
IoAnn Kettimon: Iiourth rczwl
Iean Mains, Luella Schoenrath.
Alan Curtis, Melvin Straight,
Wilbert Chiasson, Horace King.
Daraline MacDermid, Barbara
' The National Honor Society was founded in
1921 . . . to stimulate the scholarship, leadership.
service and character of students . . . As it has
grown in number and has extended its scope . . .
its remote objective has become that of raising
the schools ofthe U. S. to a higher plane . . . To-
day there are more than 2,700 senior chapters
. . . and 300 junior chapters in the best senior and
junior high schools in the country . . . Fordson's
chapter of the N. H. S. was organized in 1928 . . .
with five members . . . Approximately 1.030 stu-
dents from Fordson have been named to the
N. H. S. since 1928 . . . To become a member . . .
a student must have at least a B average and
have rendered some service to the school . . .
This year's chapter gave vision tests for Fordson
students . . . has taken care of the bulletin board
. . .Sponsors are Mrs. Mary Beauchamp and Miss
Sponsor oi the Blue Chapter ii
Miss Wanda Chrobak . . . Thii
year the girls have been makine
scrapbooks for soldiers ant
children in hospitals . . . Mem
bers of the Blue chapter includn
first rowl M. Riley. B. Owsley, I
Gotts, M. Scrutton, A. Rosol, P
Landgraf, R. Yaqniszak, A
O The White Chapter has Miss Charlotte Russell as sponsor . . . the main purpose oi this chapter is to pro-
mote friendship and good will . . . The following are members of the White chapter Hirst rowj I. Fleming
I. Zolin, S. Malish. V. Moniuszko, M. Beaushaw, L. Rosol, M. Romanelli. I. Christensen, T. Sawka, N. Kere-
koli: tsecond iowi R. Hagopian, R. Krochman. C. Giska. M. Stieve. H. Karman, N. Wiacek, H. Stewart, D
Alexander, M. Cole, I. Cone, H. Wercsly, I. Milne, A. Stanley. I. Shakut, P. Mathis. C. Ohanian, S. lgna
E. Matiiek: fthird fowl N. Schopp, M. Wilson, M. Beeler, M. Sutter, M. Scott, E. Tappan, R, D1-qgog, D, will
liams, L. Hentgen. L. Francavilla, V. Morgan, M. Fimbinger, C. Cann, T. Corn, P. Kurmaniak, M. Dimitroll,
ltouith mwj B. Gidilewich, G. Chevalier, I. Bell. D. Hayes, L. Sundstrom, L. Zimmel, M. Iames, I. Coy, H
Sommerville, F. Cameron, V. Bublausky, I. Mitchell. I. Swantek. M. Wilson.
0 Organized in 1881, the Girl Reserves was first
called "Juvenile Christian Association." . . . The
present name was chosen in 1918 . . . and the title
denotes that a group comprises the reserve forces
of the Y.W.C.A.-girls who will be its future lead-
ers . . . A member is constantly building up and
making a part of herself those skills, ideas and atti-
tudes Which will help her to become a finer person
and to build a finer world . . . The symbol of the
Girl Reserves is a blue triangle . . . representing the ,f .
three sides of life: mental, physical, spiritual . . .
within a circle which means 'tthe world."
Sirocuse: lsecond rowj M. Zehrc
H. Galler. I. Test, A. Boqosian
R. Redigan, C. Ross, S. Leslie
R. Zavisa, D. Baldwin: tthirt
rowi B. Peck. B. Rader. H
Blaney, P. Houle, M. Lewis. M
Mahnke, A. Lanci, I. Picard
tiourth rowj M. Capraro. M
Shaw, A. I-lalligan, D. Weis, W
Iohnston, M. Barton. D. White
F. Sirocuse, I. Kettimon, B
Mains. I. Belding, I. Mains.
0 Officers of the White Triangle Gi
Reserves were tseatedj Marilyn Sco'
secretary: Elizabeth Matiiek, presiden
ist:-mdingl Doris Hayes. ring chairman
Lorraine Sundstrom. vice president . .
Betty Gidilewich, treasurer. and Rc
Sommerville. inter-club councillor wel
not present to have their pictures takei
0 Members ot the Tractor chapter ot
the Hi-Y include tfirst row: R. Smith.
E. Lewandowski, H. King, R. Ireland,
L. Woodruff: fsecond rowj K. Rich-
ard, E. Gilbert, R. Kempa, I. Frank:
tthird fowl L. Anger, C. Evans, T.
Peterson, D. Greene, M. Arndt:
ttouith rowl I. Litovchik, H. Ternes,
T. Poloway, W. Geer.
9 To cieate, maintain and extend
throughout the school and com-
munity high standards of Christian
character" . . . The purpose of the
Hi-Y groups at Fordson . . . accord-
ing to Mr. Del Loranger, sponsor of
the Blue chapter . . . and Mr. Karl
Place, sponsor of the Tractor chap-
ter for the fall semester . . . is to pro-
mote religious beliefs and to be of
help to the school in any way pos-
sible . . . Wiener roasts, hay rides,
ice and roller skating parties are
some of the many activities the
chapters sponsor . . . Ping pong,
swimming, downtown shows, and
an occasional dance are others . . .
Several times this year the boys
picked papers off the lawn . . . only
one of the many' duties performed
for the school.
0 Included in the Hi-Y Blue chapter
are ttirst 1-owl D. Martin, T. Thomas
W. Gernaey, P. Hare, M. Quinn:
lsecond rowj I. Crampton, W. Pap-
ineau, R. McRae, N. Kuschel, R.
Kovach: fthird rowl I. Steggles, I.
Ewing, A. Curtis, L. Hayes, A.
Vanzo: lfourth fowl T. Iohnson, E.
Durocher, W, Chiasson. V. Lucas. I
0 Officers of the Blue Chapter ot the
Girl Reserves were lseatedl IoAnn Ket-
timon, secretary: Avis Halligan, presi-
dent: Cstandmql Aqnes Boqosian, treas-
urer: Mildred Lewis, lntereclub coun-
cillor: Iecm Mains, vice president.
0 Ottrcers ot the Hi-Y Tractor Chapter
for the full semester were Eugene Lewe
andowski, vice president: Bob Ireland,
secretary: Bob Smith, treasurer: Horace
0 First semester officers of the Blue
Chapter were Bill Gernaey, president:
Tom Thomas, vice president: Paul Hare,
secretary: Mike Quinn, treasurer lnot
0 The yearbook is puhlrshed by the Fleur de Lis stall which includes Hirst iowj Jean
Test Grace Sillars Iosephine Zolm Mary Kachaturoli Ioanne Christensen Beverly
Ryia Ieanette McCa1lerty f rid iowi Rae Sommervllle lean Shotey Virginia
Strzempka, Helen Hager, Rebecca Draqos, Mildred Lewis. Shirley Northrup, Annetta
Neblett: llliitrl wwl Mary Surdu, Frances Cameron, Wesley Geer, Al Warqo, Horce
King, Dave Greene, Betty Gidilewich. Olga Slobodin.
0 Managing to smile pleasantly
. . . regardless ol all the work
piled on her shoulders . . . is
Frances Cameron, this year's
0 The Fleur de Lis staff is responsible for issuing this year's book . . . Their
sponsor is Miss Maxine Addy . . . Besides their regular Monday night meet-
ings . . . they put in extra time and effort to assure the books' delivery in
June . . . Pictures had to be identified . . . summaries had to be written . . .
pictures had to be identified . . . summaries had to be written . . . pictures
to be selected . . . these were among the many duties performed by the staff.
0 Fordson's young scribes have record-
ed all the doings of the year in the school
paper . . . The Tower Tribune . . . Miss
Maxine Addy supervises the students in
their activities . . . The paper . . . pub-
lished bi-weekly . . . is entirely a student
project . . . Headed by a student editor
. . . the staff and class reporters write
and edit all articles in the paper . . . and
distribute the publication to the students
. . after the mechanical staff at the print
shop has linotyped copy and run off the
paper . . . The Tower Tribune consists oi'
columns. club news, and all the latest
school activities . . . The newspaper is
sent to former students of Fordson now
in the service.
0 Among the workers on the school paper are Iliisl iowl Iune Baldwin,
Rem Krochman, lean Shotey. Beverly Ryiu: lst-vt-mi it-wi Betty Gidele-
wich, Al Wcrgo. Don McClain.
0 "RahT Rah I Rah! Fordson!
Fordson!" Cheerleaders of Ford-
son High School are always
ready at the football and basket-
ball games . , . to help Fordson to
a cheering victory . . . Leaders
devote two hours a week to keep
in practice for games . . . They
are a bright spot at all athletic
0 Lined up in a "Yea Team" formation are
veteran yell leaders Marion Morris, Iecxn
Shoiey, Audrey Katusy. Iecnetle Semple, Shir-
ley Norlhrup, Eleanor Chunqo . . . Executing cx
neat cheer lbelov,-'Q are Bob Pierce, Tom Frit-
chek, Edward Gcxsper.
9 Fordson's baton-swingers are the
colorful leaders of the band at the
football games . . . Come rain or shine
. . . the three faithfuls are there doing
their stuff and howl . . . The girls de-
vote long hours of practice to get per-
fection . . . counting one . . . two . . .
three . . . and working for precision in
getting the "stick" over the bar of the
goal posts . . . a good omen to all foot-
0 Across the top of the page
prance the three majorettes . . .
Dolores Szabo . . . Betty Asher . . .
Norma Pagnini . . . all masters in
their art . . . Below are pictured
Dolores, Norma, and Betty on the
0 Fall officers of the Varsity
Club were Bill Papineau,
secretary: Don Stoychott,
treasurer: Sam Gelardi, vice-
president: Mike Petlichkoil,
0 Letter-winners of Fordson High make up the Varsity Club . . .
Throughout the semester members . . . help keep the lawns clean
pick up papers . . . They help also in various campaigns . . . such as
the used clothing drive and salvage pickup . . . Coach Joseph Kazlus-
ky and Russel Catherman are sponsors of this club . . . One of the
club's aims is to promote better understanding between the boys
and the school . . . A Varsity Club member can be spotted by the
large "Fw on his sweater.
' The Girls' Athletic Association is a club which appeals to athletic
girls of Fordson . . . Throughout the semester . . . girls play baseball
. . . volleyball . . . basketball . . . and ping-pong . . . Occasionally there
are 'tsplash parties" , . . The five leading girls each semester are
awarded a gold "F" with HG. A. A." on it . . . The club is under the
sponsorship of Mrs. Esther Romanow.
0 Fordson's letter winners are ttust tow! G. Pcrnzoti, R. LaBoda, B. Papineau, M. Petlichkoif, S. Gelardi,
D. Stoychoii, A. Smail, tsecond iowl Mr. Catherman, C. Evans, R. Goldsborough, R. Ireland, N. Kuschel.
H. Perry, M. Arndt, P. Hare, H. Przybylski, E. Guerney, D. Martin, Mr. Kazlusky, fthird rowl H. Ternes.
E. Letizio, L. Burza, A. Komi, H. King, R. Tillman, C. Kovtun, I. Ewing, H. Basiaqa, I. Stegqles, ftoiurh
fowl D. Hughes, H.Bustetter, R.Steqqles, V, Lucas, A. Vanzo, W. Chiasson, B. Welles, I. Baia, I. Iakobowski.
I G.A.A. ollicers for the tall
term were Alice Rosol. treasurer?
Shirley Northrup, vice-president:
Alice Rosol. treasurer: Hose
Haqopian. secretary: Christine
0 Members of the G.A.P
include ltirst iowl G. Thomas
S. Northrup, D. Harrison, I
Dahlen, T. Corn, D. Straubc
, P. Groney. l. Coy. A. Hall
t gan, A. Ottoline, tsccond rovt
' D. Nagel, D. Tooheyf A
Rosol, V. Denis, P. Porto, I
Urbanski, L. Rosol, A
Murphy, A. Guastello, N
Romanelli, B. Kernosel-
Ctlind rowl M. Boecler, l
Francavilla, M. I. Hadus, II
Stanislaw, F. Aspeti, B. Ryic
C. Serqay, M. Kachaturoi'
H. Wercely, I. Zolin, H. Dear
L. Hoehm, I. Milne, V
Strzempka, C. Giska. B. P
Alioio, T. Binkowski. flour!
, fowl R. A. Rediqan, C. Canr
A. Lanci, R. Yagniszak, Q
, Frisch, S. Leslie, A. Siracuse
R. Klecha, H. Karman, C
4 Ross, S. Mackenzie, A, Boqc
sian, l. Test, M. Strachan, N
Colleran, R. Krochman, F
Hagopian, M. Stieve, lttit
Chevalier, M. I
B, Stevens, N
V. Morqan, N
Lewis, M. Mahnke, C. Rant:
L. Sundstrom, H. Rantz, M
Oglesbee, M. Teeple, I
Summers, P. Kurmaniak, E
Strachan, N. Serrecchia, N
Gopiqian, D. Raymond, f
I The captains ol the monitors . . . for
the fall semester . . . keep a qrim face
lor the camera: lleitl Grace Arsenault,
Lorraine Roberts, Lois Densmore. Alice
McClelland, Madaline Mahnke, Mildred
Lewis, Shirley Frentz, lruqhtl Hay La-
Boda shows his hall pass to Rae Som-
merville . . . along with a smile.
9 "Where's your hall pass?" is a familiar question asked daily by hall moni-
tors on duty . . . They devote an hour each day to help keep the halls quiet
. . . and to discourage students from wandering about the halls without a hall
pass . . . Mr. Murrill Woolford is the sponsor of this club . . . Every so often
a fake pass is sent around to see if the monitors are on the alert . . . Failing
to recognize two consecutive passes results in the monitor's removal from
P Pictured below are members of the fall service squad . . . A similar group
. . . many in their second and third semesters . . . make up the second-term
staff . . . In the picture . . . somewhere . . . are the following monitors . . .
Captains names are capitalized.
'limit My oz: S. FRENTZ, M.
Banda, I. Beldinq. I. Christen-
son. I. Coy, M. Dobson, M.
Gauthier, M. Grande. G. Hav-
latka. E. Henschel. A. Kenner.
V. Kovac, E. Minees. O. Sepul-
vada, G, Sweet, I. Test, M.
Vatakos, H. Wercely. I. Thomas.
ifiily lrvulllii l.. ROBERTS, DOI'-
othy Anderson. D. Berqquist. A.
Chakmakran. L. DelVera, R.
Klien. D. Meehan. D. Mercier, I.
Pilmer. l. Salvatore, G. Springer.
M. Steller, E. Strachan. R. Van
Patten, E. Wall. S. Williams. G.
Woodcock, I. Zadrozny. S. Cast.
lin.. tmullif G. AHSENAULT, G.
Burkett. H. Cictrkowski, G. Clarke.
B. Dresser. M. I.. Eighinqer. D.
Herman, M. A. Kulcrs, B. Mc-
Grath, M. Martens, B. Merwin.
A. Poniewozik. E. Rautio, S.
Smith, F. Saunders. V. Savini.
H. Thomas. M. White, L. Wood-
rutt, W. Younq, M. A. Tucker.
l'if!l1 limil: H. KARMAN. M.
Barnett, S. Betterizlge. A. Bogo-
sian. P. Cicock, A. Denaro. M.
Denaro. l. Downinq. A. Guas-
tello, N. Kerekolt, S. Kown. D.
Kurmaniak, P. l.'Amerato, L.
Malaniak, L. Riley. M. Hzsol. C.
Ross, E. Sipple. M Turk.
Slixlll hom: M. CAPRARO. P.
Drury. P. Fucinari. D. Hotba-
zewski, A. McClelland. C. Harn-
er, S. Leslie. B. Madefrn, I..
Pamment. M. Pctience. P. She-
bilia, I. Williams. R. Yaqniszak,
E. Kamrath. E. Matiiek, S. Frentz.
A. Barboz. V. Strempka. B.
Asher. O. Saidock.
Flirt hom: M. STRAIGHT, I Rowe, B, Van Patten, M. Waskul, M, Lukqstieui-iz, D, Boomer, M, Sci-ugtgn, I,
Weyl, E. Harvey, W. Chiasson, M. A. Fredericks, I. Gotts, I. I-lelisk. S. Lewendon, I. Matthes, M. Nunez,
D. Martin, R. Periera, I. Picard, R. Bedigan, L. Redman, B. Recklin, L. Thomas, H. U'Renn, D. Yackell.
Sf-mini hom: M. BOWER. M. Balloch, M. Cosenza, S. Curcuru, G. DeSantis, P. Gruenwald, S. Igna. B. Klecha.
D. Kozlow. M, A. Kristotf, F. Maikowski, M. Oqlesbee, B. Paton. E. Hizolt, F. Sanders, E. Serbantio, A. Stanley,
Stoychotf, P. Swaney, M. Lewis.
0 Future actresses and actors com-
prise the Dramatic Club . . . Meetings
are held each week . . . under the dir-
ection of Miss Mary Lila Zang . . . The
club puts on various shows and ama-
teur programs . . . They attend the
theater and give plays of their own
. . . New members are admitted to the
club after auditions.
' Club officers for the fall term in-
cluded Fred Ohannesian, Sally Mac-
Kenzie, Stephanie Kown, Alice Ken-
ner and Joanne Christensen . . .
friglztl Jean Smith rehearses for a
0 Fordson's young troupers are ffirst rowl
Shirley Leslie, Carol Lash, Noretta Dun-
Worth, Diane Vaughn, Miss Lila Zang, Dor-
othy Kozlow, Dolores Musyznski. Marie
Kehrl, Sally MacKenzie, Stephanie Kown.
fserond fowl Shirley Northrup, Dorothy
Straube, Dolores Formento, Carolyn Ross,
Jean Test, Rosemarie Galler, Ruth Blaney,
Alice Kenner, Joanne Christensen, fthird
rowj Al Wargo, John Barson, Fred Ohan-
nesian, Gerald Growe, Barbara Mains,
Georganne Juhas, Paul Hare, Mike Lacha-
wicz, James Stieve, Wilbert Chiasson.
0 Organizers of the Interclub Council included llmst ifiwj Bob McRae, Bob Ireland. Mike Quinn, Ray
Lubodd, Bob Iohnson, ls' .-limi itwll Bill Guerney, Tom Thomas, Al Wcfrgo, Wilbert Chiusson, Allan Curtis,
' Better sportsmanship and more
interest in club activities . . . is the
main goal oi' the Interclub Council
formed this year ..... The council
works for improvements of clubs and
organizations . . . to raise the standards
and morale of the student body . . . to
boost school activities . . . and to bring
about the finest sportsmanship possi-
ble ..... The Council Works with the
Student Council to help promote bet-
ter dances and help keep orderly as-
semblies ..... members are selected
from the numerous clubs . . . Mr.
Chester Ackerman is sponsor.
0 Girls came into the Council later. First members were llirst rowl
Henrietta Stewart, Frances Cameron,Virginicxstrempkcx,iseconclrowl
Hue Sommerville, Shirley Leslie, Phyllis Landqrai, Iounn McLaughlin.
0 Interested in French
are Bob Hans, Dorothy
Ostlund, Shirley Les-
lie, Alice Ponievozik,
Frances Perez, Virginia
Morgan, David Glenn.
0 A newly organized club at Fordson is
the French Club . . . started this semester
. . . under the sponsorship of Miss Evelyn
Harr ..... The purpose of this club is
to promote better understanding of the
French people . . . and to keep up interest
in other countries .... At meetings
both French and English are spoken . . .
but French is preferred ..... Committees
are chosen to take care of meetings . . .
give plays and reports ..... Movies
about France are shown also.
9 The future aviators of Fordson
have formed the Aero Club .....
Throughout the semester . . . the boys
of the Aero Club study aeronautics
. . . and make plane models of various
0 The pilots of the future
include Henry Bartosik,
Ernest Tomazewski, John
Leonetti, Norman Chapel,
0 The Los Amigos are ftrrst fowl Mrs. Simmons, Bill
Gray, Nella Serrecchia, Darwin Swartz, Margaret
Griqsby, lsecond zowl Ichn Fielek, Rosemarie Gcxller.
Henrietta Stewart, Phyllis Landgrat, Doris Toohey.
fthird fowl Doris Hayes, Romadene Alexander, Willa
Iohnston, Eleanor Tappen. Glenora DeSantis, Ilourth
rowl Alan Curtis, Barbara Mains, Phyllis Drury, lack
Frank, Bob Ireland.
' The purpose of the Spanish Club is to bring together people who are
interested in improving Spanish vocabularies . . . and to study the customs
of the Latin-American countries ..... Officers are Bill Gray, presidentg
Darwin Swartz, vice presidentg and Nella Serrecchia, secretary.
9 Members of the Fordson chapter of the Junior Classical League 'tcovenant
to hand on the torch of classical civilization in the modern world" .....
These Latin students believe an acquaintance with the civilization of Rome
will help them understand and appraise the World today . . . which is indebted
to the ancient civilization in its governments, laws, literature, and arts
. . . . . The sponsor is Mrs. Margaret MacMillan . . . . . John Barson, Jane
Williams and Annetta Neblett fpictured left belowl are officers of the club.
0 Interested in Latin are lfirst rowl Annetta Neblett, Rose Perpich. Alice Kachadurian.
Rosemary Groen, Melba Howell, Iane Williams. tse-cond rowl Betty Lynch, Ioyce Currie.
Huqh Harvie, Hugh Edwards, IoAnn Kettimon, Mrs. MacMillan.
0 Science Club members include
llirst rowl Bob Hans, Ken Bohn,
Daraline MacDermid, Rose Perpich,
David Glenn, fsecond rowl Ioe Ger-
rity, Bill Gray, lack Makey, Floyd
Livermore, Tom Fritchek, Alan Curtis,
Hugh Edwards, lthird row! Mr. Ray
Iennings, Miss Cecelia McLaughlin,
Mrs. Lillian Barnes Qadvisersj.
0 Officers are fstcmdlnql Bob Hans, vice president: Hugh Edwards
president: Kseatedj Rebecca Dragos, secretary: and Floyd Livermore
9 Members of the Science Club meet to stimulate interest in
science among Fordson students . . . and to provide an outlet
for this interest ..... Science teachers are advisers,
9 The Library Club is named in honor of the late Mrs. Cora
Cummings who directed the library for many years ..... The
purpose of the club is to give service to the library . . . to
encourage reading and appreciation of literature ..... The
sponsor is Mrs. Irene Vogt.
0 Librarians are lfirst rowj Marion Wieland, Belly Swartz, Louella Shoenrath, I Marion Wieland, Be!!Y SWGHZ, Geraldine
Geraldine Sweet, Mary Ellen Beaushaw, lsecond row! Mrs. Vogt, Geraldine Sweet, I-ouella Shoenraih, and MarY 511811
Drewzxnslu Lillian Rosol, Edith Harvey, fthird rowl lane Picard, Loretta Beaushaw comprise officers of the Library
Debene Phyllis Drury. Mary MacDonald, Helen Rohrbrouqh. Club.
9 Under the expert direction of
Mr. T. P. Godfrey . . . familiarly
known as t'Pep" . . . Fordson's
sprouting Dorseys and prospec-
tive Menuhins performed several
times throughout the year .....
At the football and basketball
games they helped lend a musical
victory ..... The latest songs
for the dances were played by the
dance band at the all school
parties . . . occasionally for the
Monday dancing club ..... By
taking part in the instrumental
music program . . . these students
are gaining knowledge and actual
' Sending forth rat-a-tat-tats
and oomp-pah-pahs in the band
fabovej are fseatedj James
Steve, David Aisch1er.Istandingj
Charles Griffith, Eugene Lewan-
dowski, Edward Cathey .....
Trombones lend color to an in-
strumental group . . . especially
when played by Iseatedj George
Brady, Robert Esveldt, Richard
Adair, fstandingj James Davis.
Richard Walker, Donald Wallace.
0 In the woodwind section of
Fordsonls band are fseatedj
Marion Machno. Marian Parry,
Dante Carlesimo, Robert Mc-
Daniel, Leo Buresh, Richard
Bower, fstandingj Edward Kieda.
George Ewasuk. Linwood
Vaughn, LeRoy Anger. Richard
Cywinski. John Barson.
9 Budding instrumental-
ists presented the orches-
tral portions of the Spring
Concert . . . and provided
musical interludes at
school plays and gradua-
tion exercises ..... "The
World is VVaiting for The
Sunrise" . . . Strauss
Waltzes . . . and many
light classics flooded the
G corridor on Tuesday
evenings when the "or-
9 Flutes and clarinets flop picturcj send forth
their notes . . . from the Hngers of Barbara Unger,
Nancy England. Marion Machno. Marion Parry.
Jemima Bell ..... Music from stringed instruments
is provided in the orchestra by Ifirst 'rowj Florence
Motiu, Romadene Alexander, Betty Bayram.
Doreen Baldwin, Mary Motiu, Susan Hein, fsecond
rowj Richard Schnudler. Bob Pierce. Sergio Cald-
erone. Thomas Jawrowski. Dick Bower ..... fleftj
Trumpeters in the band are Charles Bazzy, Glenn
Smith, Lorraine Gardener. Richard Kienman.
fsecond rowj Frank Hubbard. Ronnie Richards.
0 Directed by Mrs. Annah P. Weaver and Mr. Cecil Coedy . . . the combined
Boys and Girls Glee Clubs have participated in many programs throughout
the year ..... At the Christmas season . . . the Glee Club presented the
annual Christmas Concert . . . and also sang at the Veterans Hospital in
Dearborn ..... The Spring Concert . . . programs for the club banquets . . .
and Easter season offerings were other activities in which they participated.
0 Girls who are novices in the Fordson Girls Glee Club tirst semester included flop ot paqel with their
director . . . ltirst rowj Mrs. Weaver, Mary Alice Tucker, lean Crumb, Irene Busak, Viola Spinozzi, Helen
Kvasnak, Ruth Finn, Geraldine Wasilewski. Mary Lou Fede, fse-cond fowl Lois May Deutsch, Ellen Traxler,
Phyllis Waytas, Beverly Tapp, Connie Church, Mary Rose Michalek, Helen Monkean, Mary Lukasievcz,
Pat Woodruff, Doris Bartlett, tthird rowl Patricia Hausel, Betty Golden, Iune Swain, Iill Coyne, Frances
Nadorazny, Betty LaVoce, Iosephine Popowitz, Ioyce Call, Sheila Dorrans, Dorothy Wright, ltourth 1.w:l
Glorra Coombes, Patricia Sweeney, Phyllis Laflose, Mary Aleen Pett, Romano Fisher, Clair Sue Spurlinq.
Burke Ternes, Frances Cote, Evelyn Davis, Marilyn Lewis, Annetta Neblett, Doris Harvie, Pat Mains, Mary
Hart, Rita Karrnann, Barbara Garrett.
0 Singing in the Boys Glee Club during the past semester . . . under Director Cecil Coedy . . .
were Ctirst rowl Harold Williams, Ralph Guy, Earl Godette, Marie Kehrl laccompanistl, Wesley
Gollitti, Arnold Hampton, Dominic Cosenza, Melvin Kennedy, lse-cond rowl Daniel Kalifut, Anthony
Micale, Stewart Veit, Rich Legevan, Donald Bolk, Ted Catora, Paul Armstrong, Bruce Porch.
Socrates Theodorcm, Kthircl rowl Lester Buckner, Keith Archer, Fred Ohannesian, William Mercier,
Iohn Thomas, Frank Coleman, Dick Cleveland, Charles McClenaqhan, Wesley Dalton, Ciourth
rowl Frank Kerr, Charles Dubas, Richard Ray, Neil Shultz, Bill Brehn, Honalci Noflsinqer, Hurlh
Harvie. Walter Flannigan.
' The annual Christmas Concert fpictured
belowj was held in the auditorium on December
15 ..... This program is one of the best of the
year . . . and is enjoyed by all ..... Both Glee
Clubs participated . . . with the girls beginning
class doing honors as the balcony choir .....
The choirs were under the direction of Mrs.
Annah Weaver and Mr. Cecil Coedy ..... The
program started with two songs . . . "I Heard
The Bells On Christmas Day" . . . and "God Rest
You. Merry Gentlemen" . . . an English carol
. . . . . Following the story of the Nativity two
more songs . . . t'Steal Away," a spiritual . . .
and 'tHoly Night" . . . and a solo by Fred Ohan-
nesian were presented ..... Among the songs
presented by the balcony choir were , . . "Good
Christian Rejoice," an old German folk song . . .
and "They Call Him Jesus" ..... A solo . . .
"Alleluja', was rendered by Marilyn Scott .....
One of the main attractions was the community
singing which brought the group together .....
This was followed with a solo by Mrs. Weaver
. . . "The Three Kings" ,.... Other songs pre-
sented at the concert were . . . t'Onward Christian
Soldiersl' . . . "On High From The Mountains"
. . . "I Wander, IWander" . . . "Haspodi Pamilui"
. . . and a few other favorites ..... The program
closed with the audience and choirs standing
and singing "Hallelujah Chorusw from Hande-l's
O Singers with the Girls Glea Club this
semester include R. Alexander, S. Andru-
siewicz, F. Alpeti, D. Bartlett, K. Bartz, I.
Bell, M. E. Boswell, V. Boyagian, K. Bul-
zahn, F. Call, I. Christensen, L. Christie, C.
Church, L. Clark, M. Colleran, G. Coombes,
E. Coyne, D. Creech, N. I. Crumb, H.
Cunningham, D. Czarnecki, G. Davenport.
E. Davis. P. Davis, V. Davis, V. Deshler.
S. Dorrans, B. I. Dyer, R. Dysarz. B. I.
Elwood, l. Erickson, B. Fede, H. Finn, H.
Fisher, D. Formento, D. Frasier, M. A.
Friederick, I. Frisch, R. Galler, B. Gamett.
M. Griqlby, D. Hamby, E. Hancock, D.
Harrison, M. Hart, D. Harvie, B. Haydu.
M. L. Hayes, B. Lope, H. Pousel. E.
Huskisson, M. Ierore, G. Iuhas, H. Kar-
mann, I. I. Kennedy, D. Kozlow, A. Kroon.
B. Kukla, H. Kvaxnak, D. LaBar, P. Land-
grat, P. LaPose, C. Lash, B. La Voie, M.
Lewis, M. Lukaliewicz, P. Main, E. Mann.
G. Martens. M. Michalek, H. Monkean,
M. L. Muncatchy, H. Mussin, F. Nadarozny,
M. A. Nave, A. Neblett, S. Neblett, I. Odor,
R. Oliara, I. Olszewski, D. Ostlund, F.
Panzott, H. Pelle, B. Pobursky, L. Boehm,
N. Schopp. M. Scott, G. Sillars, A. Simoni,
B. Simpson, B. Smith, B. Snyder, V. Spinozzi.
C. C. Spurlinq, D. Steianski, E. St. Onqe.
E. Strachan, M. Strachan, M. Sutherin, M.
Sutter, I. Swain, M. Swain, I. Swantek,
P. Sweeney. B. TUPPI B. A. Ternes, I. I.
Thomas, E. Traxler, M. A. Tucker, E.
Tudor, B. Van Patten, R. Van Patten, F.
Van Sull, I. Vecchiato, M. Wallace, G.
Wasilewski. P. Waytas, D. Williams, M.
Wilson. P. Woodruff, D. Wright, I. Zolin.
0 Mrs. Annah P. Weaver exe-
cutes her duty of directing and
developing the voices of the
two groups of girl singers with
personal charm . . . with posi-
tive results ..... Aside from
her choral work Mrs. Weaver
devotes a good part of her time
and interest in course advising
. . . . . More evidence of her
versatility . . . she teaches a
' Mr. Cecil Coedy's day
is divided between Ford-
son and a junior high
school ..... Every after-
noon he meets with the
Boys Glee Club. . . where,
under Mr. Coedy's adept
leadership . . . everything
from "barber shop" quar-
tets to hymn singing is
...LLL SEHUUL PLAY
' "Come Rain or Shine" was the all school play for 1945 . . . Laugh-raising
situations were prompted by the Grayson family, dapper Dan Lyons, spoiled
and very, very temperamental Rosemary March and her dominating grand-
mother Julia March . . . The cast of the play was made up of Jean Shotey,
John Bublausky, Sheldon Slavin, Shirley Leslie, Doris Gilsbach, Joanne
Christensen, Rosemarie Galler, Alyce Poniewozik, Dick Cleveland, Laura-
belle Fillmore, Del Rigby, Dianne Vaughn, Judy Mitchell, Bell Brehm, Nor-
0 CAboveJ The committee assembled at the climax of another
successful all school play . . . fBelowl Alyce Poniewozik and
lohn Bublausky exchange fighting words . . . while Dick Cleve-
land and Laurabelle Fillmore get better acquainted.
O lCenterJ This might well be a scene from Romeo and Iuliet.
but it's only Rosemarie Galle! and Sheldon Slavin drcanatizing
. . . friqhtj Del Rigby aims a shotgun at Sheldon Slavin . . . as
Dianne Vaughn "lays down the law" . . . lBottom of page-J The
tSi::tee11 5.11 August
9 The credit of another successful play was due to the
direction of Miss Mary Lila Zang and her splendid cast
. . . which included Helen Rantz. Dick Cleveland. Lee
Woodruff. Shirley Leslie, Doris Toohey. Rosemarie Galler,
Alice Kenner, Betty Cox. JoAnn Kettimon. Ruth Blaney.
Jean Smith. Tom Joysey. Horace King. Dick Klein. and
Members of the various committees were . , . George
Wilhelm. Jean Test. Huston Paterson. Joanna Belding,
Phyllis Landgraf. Barbara Mains. Eugenia Serbantio,
Shirley Betteridge, Jack Frank, Marion Turk, Jeane Bell.
Jeane Frisch. Mary McNamara. Skiney Assad. Lillian
Summers, Mary Surdu, Marion Vetter. Horace King.
Lillian Malaniak, Fred Ohannesian. Ernest Stinnett. Jim
Wootton, Tom Petersen, and members of the Girl Reserves.
B tty C X, Miss Mary Lila
arie Gclller. Lee
Wo d if d Alice Kenner.
Top pficliiiw in low: Rosemarie Gcller, Betty Cox,
Helen Rcmtz. SL-tired: Doris Toohey and Ruth Blaney.
lnwiai yictiiie hrlow: Cust assembled.
' Athletics ?
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9 It is to lVlr. Joseph Kazlusky . . . head of the
physical education department of Fordson High
School . . . that we pay an exalted tribute for
our achievements in physical education during
the past year ..... He is recognized as a man of
deeds and few words ..... Through his fine
example of clean sportsmanship . . . Fordson
teams have risen to greater heights ..... This
is lVlr. Kazlusky's first year as head of the phys-
ical education department of the schools of the
city of Dearborn . . . and his second year as
Fordson's athletic director ..... He has been
in the school system for eighteen years . . . nine
of which have been at Fordson ..... He attended
Bloomsburg tPennsylvaniab State Normal Col-
lege for two years. . .and Michigan State Normal
College . . . where he received his bachelor's
degree ..... He also holds an M.A. from Wayne
University ..... He played professional basket-
ball on the well-known Tool Shop team of
Detroit ..... Few coaches have the ability to
handle large groups . . . as lVlr. Kazlusky has.
0 Here are tour coaches who have a right to be proud ot Fordson's teams . . . and of whom Fordson is
proud. . . Every one of these men. . . Mr. loseph Kazlusky . . . Mr. Michael Savage , . . Mr. Charles
Cady . , . Mr. Del Loranqer . . . has played an important part in putting Fordson's name in a high spot in
the annals ot hiqh school athletics . . . football . . . basketball . . . swimming , , . Track . . . Needless to
say . . . these men understand and have the knowvhow which enables them to obtain the fullest coop-
eration from the boys . . . whether in the "daily dozen" or calisthenics . . , puttinq up bleachers . . . or
learning Arthur Murray methods.
' Coach Charles Cady . . . track and swim-
ming coach . . . is a promoter of good sports-
manship in the gym classes and in the pool
. . . . . Known for his untiring effort . . . he
has been able to turn out boys in the finest
physical condition ..... Mr. Cady is a native
of South Haven, Michigan . . . and has been
in the Dearborn Schools for eighteen years. . .
As a matter of fact . . . he and Mr. Kazlusky
were roommates during their first year in the
system . . . while still merry bachelors . . . . .
Seven of his teaching years were spent at
Lowrey Junior High School ..... A graduate
of Western Michigan College . . . Mr. Cady
played football there ..... He earned his
B.A. degree at Western and his M.A. at Wayne
University . . . It can truly be said that this
coach is a real leader in the recreational field
. . . not only in the schools . . . but on his
camping exploits as well.
' Coach Michael Savage . . . football brain
trust . . . chief mentor of the Tractor team . . .
is known for his extreme reserve . . . especially
when the going gets tough ..... A native of
Dearborn . . . Mr. Savage has been with
Fordson since 1937 ..... He studied four
years at the University of Michigan . . . and
there received his bachelor of science and
master's degrees . . . after being named All-
American in football . . . and starring in track
. . . . . This tall, well-built gentleman earlier
had earned nine athletic letters while a stu-
dent at Fordson . . . and was on the high school
All-State football team ..... Coach Savage
guided Fordson's team to the state champion-
ship last year . . . the first time in Fordson's
nineteen year history ..... And to prove
he's not ALL football . . . Mr. Savage was one
of the expert dancing instructors within the
school this year.
' Coach Del Loranger . . . basketball and
baseball coach . . . is a gentleman and good
example for those wishing to be the same
. . . . . Known for his ability both on the field
and off . . . this is his first year as coach of
the basketball team, second as a baseball
coach ..... He has proved his worth time
and again ..... From Detroit . . . Mr. Loranger
attended Western Michigan College . . . and
there received his bachelor of science degree
in physical education ..... Youngest of the
coaches . . . it wasn't long ago that he played
football . . . basketball . . . and baseball right
here at Fordson ..... He was selected to play
on the All-American college basketball team
recently ..... He too is an expert dancing
Front row: Don Martin, Sam Gelardi, Bert Wells, Arnold Vanzo, Iohn Baia, Don Hughes, Don Stoycholf,
Wilberi Chianon, Vfc Lucas. Mike Petlichkofi, Alex Smail, Liviu Burza.
Second row: Coach Ray Parker, Coach Ioe Fleming, Ernest Guerney, Ed Tillman, Norman Kuschel, Sterling
Bultetler. larry Iakobowski, Tom Iohnson, Henry Baxiaga, Bill Papineau, Head Coach Mike Savage.
Third row: Coach Bill Webber, Iohn Ewing, Bob Kovach, Ben Lister, Henry Przybylski, Charles Evans, Ray
LaBodu. Hugo Perry, George Panzoll, Coach Russ Calherman.
J.Q'f7 STRENGTH IN UNITY
U This year's team really tried . . . a swell bunch of fellows who really got
in there and punched it out . . . against odds all the way ..... Under the
supervision of the best of coaches . . . these boys put all they had into it . . . . .
It wasn't just a certain few ..... Without the combined, unselfish efforts
of the team as a whole . . . we most certainly wouldn't have pulled through
'X ..... Short or tall . . . fat or skinny . . . it takes all kinds to make this type
6 4 of team .....
K S rg A 0 Little things count too . . . Without the support of the gang in the stands
t-X312 all the way . . . yelling their heads off at a good or bad play . . . the Tractors
couldn't have pulled out on top .... Maybe the uniforms weren't always
iiafmi lriwfird ,ms clean and trim . . . more proof of a slugging team ..... Clean or not . . .
T these uniforms set an example for all-around sportsmanship.
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in motion incomplete pass, etc.
Off-side and violation ot
0 Fordson's grid coaches pose for an on-the-iield
shot . . . Besides Coaches Savage and Loranger
Ibackrow, middle and extreme riqhtj of the regular
athletic staff . . . are several part-time coaches . . .
Mr. Ioseph Fleming lfront, extreme right! . . . grad
of Albion College . . . is an addition to the football
coaching staff this year . . . He has done a great
deal toward the betterment of the team . . . and
knows all the tricks of the game . . . Coach Ray
Parker Qfront, extreme lettj is a faithful football
standby at Fordson . .
ttront, middlel is another who has seen and helped
many a Fordson team reach the top . . . He con-
fesses he really misses the gang . . . and the gang
misses him . . . He is now director of Dearborn's
Delay of game or
0 The Tractors, eight-game winning streak was
broken in the first game of the 1944 season by a Mt.
Clemens 19-6 victory ..... With two good running
backs carrying most of the burden . . . undefeated
Mt. Clemens High continued its winning ways over
an inexperienced Fordson eleven ..... It was the
first home defeat for Fordson since 1940.
A LOSS AGAINST ODDS
Fordson went down to its second loss . . . to an
undefeated River Rouge team by the score of
12-7 ..... While holding the Tractors in check
through most of the game . . . the Panthers
unleashed a passing attack . . . and built up a
twelve-point lead before the Tractors scored
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. . . . . Fordson's only tally resulted when Sam
Gelardi tossed a long pass to Arnold Vanzo in
the end zone . . . from about the Rouge 25-yard
FORDSON BEGINS TO WARM UP
After waiting two weeks . . . Fordson turned in
a 40-6 triumph over Monroe . . . in a style pre-
viously expected of them ..... After the first
team had a 21-0 lead . . . early in the second
quarter the second team took over ..... An
88-yard runback of a pass interception by Don
Hughes netted another score ..... The third-
stringers finished the game . . . and allowed
Monroe its only touchdown.
TRACTORS SMASH ACORNS
The Tractors boosted their season record . . .
with a 19-13 verdict over the Royal Oak Acorns
. . . . . A strong wind blew throughout the
contest . . . eventually providing one of the
deciding factors of the game ..... In the second
quarter . . . with the wind on the Tractors' side
. . . Fordson was able to shove over thirteen
points .... Wilbert Chiasson accounted for
all of them.
'MILLIONAIRES' GO BANKRUPT
With the second team starting . . . Fordson over-
powered Grosse Pointe, 34-0 ..... The first team
went in at the second quarter ..... The Tractor
defense and offensive checked beautifully . . .
and Grosse Pointe lost yardage on the ground
and completed only one pass.
I TRACTORS FOOTBALL BANQUET . . . Arnold Vanzo . . . iudged
by the coaches to be the most valuable player ot the year . , . really
proved his worth . . . Shown receiving the coveted football trophy
. . . Vanzo earned it by expert running and passing . . . Shown in
the background are Arnold's father, Ross Steggles and Ed Durocher.
BEARS TREED BY PASSING
Fordson garnered its fourth consecutive victory
. . . over the Wyandotte Bears by a 19-7 score
. . . . . The team's passing attack accounted for
two of the touchdowns . . . and a plunge for the
third ..... Fordson took the lead in the opening
quarter . . . and kept it throughout the game.
SHAMROCKS ROCKED BY FORDSON
The Tractors extended their winning streak to
five games . . . and maintained its perfect record
against Detroit high school football teams . . .
when it gained its 13-6 triumph over Catholic
Central ..... The Tractors gained their victory
in a manner similar to their 6-0 win over Central
. . . with a lightning-like score in the closing
minute of the game ..... With the ball on the
Central 45-yard stripe . . . and less than five
minutes to play . . . John Ewing took a lateral
. . . faded back . . . and heaved a long pass to
Arnold Vanzo on the Central 20 ..... Vanzo
dodged one prospective tackler to go the distance
for his seventh score of the year ..... Captain
Alex Smail faked a place-kick for the point . . .
and Sam Gelardi, who was holding the ball . . .
threw to Vic Lucas in the end zone to clinch the
FORDSON WINDS UP SUCCESSFUL
Meeting Lincoln Park for the first time in a
football game . . . Fordson defeated the team by
a score of 18-13 on Thanksgiving Day.
0 THE BHAINS AND THE BRAWN . . . Coach Mike Savage and
Alex Smail. guard . . . figured greatly in Fordson's season . . .
under Mr. Savage's direction . . This 200-odd pounder who was
named on Michigan's high school school All-state team . . . really
did a good ioh ot smashing the opponents' defense . . . Alex is now
in the Army . . . smashing another kind of opposition.
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right half . . . good player
. . . liked fo run, pass and
J RAY LABODA . . . full-
back . . . one of Fordson's
best , . . really one for
backing. running and buck-
ing the line . . . in his second
year of football.
1 IOHN BAIA . . . tackle
. . . six-footer who really
gets in there to tangle.
O BILL PAPINEAU ...guard
a good one foo . . . Bill, the
quiet, was determined . . .
did a lot toward the final
J VIC LUCAS . . . left end
did a swell iob of calling
signals . . . was good on
both offense and defense.
J ALEX DUFFY sMAu.
. . . guard . . . who aside
from a profession of loafing
. . . is one of ihe best guards
at the game . . . Made All-
L MIKE PETLICHKOFF . . .
center . . . in his second
year in the game . . . did
an excellent iob of flipping
I LIVIU BURZA . . . tackle
. . . very powerful . . .
Opponents respected his size
in all games.
J BEN LISTER . . . guard
. . . smallest player on the
team . . . really a good de-
fense man . . . busted the
line for Fordson.
IOHN EWING . . . left
hall . . . an easy-to-spot
blond off the field . , . but
a real runner and pass-
blocker in the games.
SAM GELARDI . . .
quarterback . . . an all-
around good runner, blocker
or safety man . . . short but
0 ED TILLMAN . . . tackle
. . . another determined and
effective player . . . Never
made the same mistake
twice . . .
First row: Couch Del Loi-anger, Bob Gillcmd, Chuck Dubcxs, Ken Kiexmm, Ross Slegqlos, Norman Tomussini.
Second row: Curl Lcxnci, lohn Ewing, Henry Basiaqa, Don Hughes, Gene McGuire, Chuck Evans.
O THE FORDSON FIVE . . . who proved
to be the backbone of the Tractor basket-
ball team include , . . ltopl Chuck Dubus
and Norman Tomassini . . . Kbottomj Bob
Gilland, Ken Kiernan cmd Ross Sleqgles.
0 Coach Del Loranger's team began the season with a
34-19 setback already against them . . . in an exhibition
game with Saginaw ..... This was soon overcome when
the Tractors downed Henry Ford Trade School and Monroe
in the first two games of the season ..... Again luck blew
the other Way as Fordson lost to a tough, sure-shooting
Grosse Pointe five ..... Then came the second game with
Royal Oak ..... Coach Loranger made some changes in
his top quintet . . . which kept a good margin the whole
game to make a final edge of 14 points ..... The cagers
continued this drive through the next six games to finish
the season with flying colors ..... A team of which their
coach could well be proud . . . the Tractors came a long
way and showed the real fighting spirit of Fordson.
SAGINAW 34-FORDSON 19
With only a week of practice Fordson met a
strong Saginaw team ..... Our starting five
were Steggles, Baja, Gilland, Lanci, and Mc-
Guire ..... Although Saginaw beat us to the
tune of 19-34 . . . the Tractors played a very good
defensive game against a speedy Saginaw team.
HENRY FORD TRADE SCHOOL 22
With the score five to one at the quarter . . .
opponents gained in the second quarter to tie
the score at the half-10-10 ..... Fordson
rallied and finished a very rough game . . . with
five points favoring them.
MONROE 21-FORDSON 28
A consistent lead was held throughout the game
. . . by the Tractor five . . . to chalk up the second
victory of the season.
GROSSE POINTE 27-FORDSON 21
A strong Grosse Pointe quintet met Fordson on
her own floor . . . and our cagers tied them with
eight points at the quarter ..... Grosse Pointe
gained gradually through the rest of the game
to finish with a six-point margin.
LINCOLN PARK 12-FORDSON 24
It was Fordson's game from the first quarter
with a score of 7-3 . . . The Lincoln Park team
kept up a steady fight . . . but the Tractors topped
them by 12 points in the final score.
ROYAL OAK 30-FORDSON 17
Fordson suffered one of its worst defeats of the
season ..... Royal Oak gained a seven-point
lead in the first quarter ..... At the end of the
game the Acorns led by thirteen points.
RIVER ROUGE 27-FORDSON 15
With a close game all the way . . . two baskets
to either team throughout the game would have
changed the decision ..... It was Fordson's
lowest score of the season.
WYANDOTTE 30-FORDSON 19
The third in a set of losses received by the Trac-
tors . . . Wyandotte team proved too much for
the Fordson five . . . who built up a strong lead
resulting in a triumphant margin of six baskets.
ROYAL OAK 19-FORDSON 33
With the addition of Chuck Dubas and Norman
Tomassini . . . a definite change came over the
team ..... Meeting Royal Oak for the second
time . . . the Fordson cagers turned the tables
. . . beating their opponents from the first few
minutes of the game.
MONROE 16-FORDSON 35
Fordson trounced Monroe with the largest mar-
gin of all the games . . . 19 points .... . The
Tractors met Monroe on their own floor for their
second game in the season.
De La SALLE 30-FORDSON 20
In a slow game . . . neither team was up to par
. . . . . De La Salle's accuracy was obviously poor
. . . . . Consequently, our cagers kept a high lead.
WYANDOTTE 25-FORDSON 37
Fordson made its highest score of the season . . .
37 points ..... Tomassini was credited with 13
of them ..... With the advantage of playing
on their own floor . . . the Dottes still were
topped by 12 points.
GROSSE POINTE 24-FORDSON 26
What a game!! ..... In the first quarter the
Grosse Pointe team was holding the game 10-3
. . . . . Gradually Fordson came ahead until the
last few minutes of play . . . everyone was
standing ..... The score was 26-24 . . . our favor.
HAZEL PARK 25--FORDSON 29
Determined not to allow Hazel Park to mar their
hard-earned success . . . the Tractors kept a lead
throughout the game ..... Hazel Park was
unable to sway the Fordson five . . . in the last
game of the season.
HENRY FORD TRADE SCHOOL 15-
The Tractors held the upper hand all through the
game ..... Ford Trade proved no match for
Fordson either in skill or stature ..... The
Fordson five proved to be a heavy favorite to
win the tournament ..... Gilland gave out with
all he had with fancy shooting and good ball
handling . . . Fordson's Chances for a top spot in
Michigan's basketball history looked good . . .
with only Catholic Central to be defeated.
CATHOLIC CENTRAL 22-FORDSON 20
Tragedy . . . Catholic Central gained a large
lead in the first half ..... Fordson kept a steady
drive until they threatened the opponents' lead
in the third quarter ..... The score in the last
period was 18-20 but Fordson didn't lose hope
. . . . Steggles in the last minute and a half tied
the score 20-20 with a long shot which displayed
real ability ..... Then came the disheartening
moment of the game . . . when in the last thirty
seconds . . . a Catholic Central player scored the
Winning two points . . . which put Fordson out
of the Regionals.
0 STRONG SUPPORTEBS. ..
of the starting five oi the
Fordson basketball team in-
cluded . . . ftop rowj Gene
McGuire, Dick Wagerson.
Henry Basicqcx . . . lbottom
rowl Carl Lanci, Iohn Ewing,
Chuck Evans and Don
First row: Shand, Miller, Karpenski, Goldsborough, Tobin, Lollo.
Second row: Burton. Ioiner, Steinway. Wictcek, McDonald, Tylutkr.
Third row: Coach Del Loranqer, Halas, Hubbard, Edick, Mischelli, Srull.
0 A typical moment of action . . ,
showing the drive that brought the
little cuqers their fine record tor the
' The Little Tractors . . . as the reserves are
sometimes called . . . comprise players that
will be on the varsity squad next year . . . The
boys made a fine record for the season . . . and
the Fordson fans have high expectations for
them next year.
The reserves showed real ability and team-
Work throughout their games ..... Their
scores . . . such as 26-14, 21-13, 25-19, 44-25
. . . were consistently high and decisive . . .
in all thirteen games . . . of which they won
eleven ..... The boys set a pace of which no
varsity team would be ashamed.
' With the coaching ability of coaches
Charles Cady and Joe Kazlusky . . . the
Tractor track team of 1945 faced a tough
schedule . . . but came through with a
successful season ..... Their opponents
. . . Grosse Pointe, Royal Oak, River Rouge,
and Monroe . , . ranked high ..... The
cindermen opened their spring training in
April with a large turnout ..... Mayo
Arndt, Ross Steggles, Emil Letizio, Sterling
Bustetter, Keith Archer, and Bob Ireland
were letter Winners from 1944.
O The large number of boys gave sufficient material
to round out a well balanced squad . . . that provided
for a good season ..... In the sprints were Will
Chiasson, Bob Johnson, Ralph Chamberlain, Mike
Waypa, Leo Burton, Ted Spohm and Larry Morrison
. . . . . The quarter mile was run by Don Hughes,
William Thorne and Richard Adair ..... August
Constan, LeRoy Anger and Eugene Gleason were in
the 880 ..... The mile was run by Leo Sarkany, Keith
Archer and Frank Garritano ..... Bob Ireland, Mayo
Ross Steqqles comes
gracefully to the ground
. . . after clearing ten
feet in the pole vault
. . . l2l lack Steggles
begins the long iourney
upward to clear the bar
in the pole vault . . .
133 Tom Iohnson . . . in
his back - to - the - nature
movements . . . puts the
C41 Emil Letizio stretches
his legs in the broad
iump as Arnold Vanzo,
Bob Iohnson, Vic Lucas,
Mike P tl' hk ii
e xc o and
Cornell Rossio look on. . .
151 Bob Iohnson qoes over
rx iump to perfect his hiqh
iump form . . . while
Murrel Garner stands in
the background , . .
O Busily running around the track in their daily workout . . . are
Keith Archer. Mayo Amdt. lack Steqqles and Amold Vanzo.
Arndt and Wilfred Garbutt took care of both high
and low hurdles ..... In the 880 relay there were
Bob Ireland, Ralph Chamberlain, Will Chiasson, Mike
Waypa, Bob Smith and Arnold Vanzo ..... Mayo
Arndt, Ross Steggles and Jack Steggles did pole vault-
ing ..... The high jump was dominated by Bob
Johnson and Ross Steggles .... Emil Letizio and
Vic Fassero did most of the broad jumps . . . while
Bernard Miller and Sterling Bustetter heaved the shot.
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stock Iohn 0'Brien, Erwin Henschel, Frank Alexander, Huston Patterson, Le Roy Anger, Bruno Parada,
Sr-wand row: Alan Korpi, Richard Adair. Ted Ccztora, Mayo Arndt, Ken Richard. Werner Freenheid, Dick
Walbrecq, Ice Savrez. lack Pelamiti, Glenn Smith.
Third row: Paul Nuznov. Norbert Korsak, Roland Hill, Bill Widnier, Torn Peterson, lim Ternes, Bob Bogosran,
Alex Vakoliuck. Ken Holloway. Dick Hinze, Emie Gilbert. Art Eilinchik.
0 Fordson students really supported the Tractor swimming team . . . as
shown by a shot fbelowj of a typical home meet . . . Interest was high . . .
due to the combined efforts of a determined team against odds . . . Many of
the former swimmers now have graduated.
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this stunt satsifactorily . . . is Vir-
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0 The Modern Dance Club . . .
which meets every Wednesday
afternoon after school . . . is under
the direction of Mrs. Katherine
Godfrey . . . The club was newly
organized to give experience in
mastering fundamental body move-
ments . . . and applying these
creative movements to creative
rhythms . . . Since it was founded
too late in the semester to give a
public performance this year . . .
the club looks forward to showing
their talents in an assembly next
O Ping pong equipment is very
much in demand at all times in the
girls gym . . . Here are a few of
the girls who were lucky enough
to get a table.
0 The physical department at Fordson has one of
the most varied programs to be found anywhere
. . . . . Activities offered are basketball, swimming,
ping pong, and tennis ..... Extra-curricular activi-
ties are stressed very much ..... Reorganization
of the Girls Athletic Association . . . formation of
teams for competition between classes . . . estab-
lishing of the girls bowling league are examples
. . . . . These are only a few of the ways in which the
physical education department gives girls oppor-
tunity to participate in sports.
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0 With blue denim halters to distinguish
the teams . . . two girls strike tor the ball
in rx toss-up . . . Spectators on the side lines
are members ot the class waiting lor their
chance lo play.
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. . . wait with eager anticipation for the
0 Two hours a week . . . are devoted to
the unpopular culisthenics . . . Here the
qirls touch their toes . . with verbal
ALLEY-UUPERS... and NE
0 Boys and girls began competitive bowling this year . . . and active increase of in-
terest has been gathering for next year . . . Thirteen boys teams and twenty girls
teams bowled every Tuesday and Thursday . . . In bowling tournaments with boys of
other schools Fordson has shown up Very well . . . Ford Trade and Wyandotte were
two of the schools to fall to the Tractor bowlers.
0 The Fordson tennis team par-
ticipation in interschool match-
es began again thrs year after
a lapse ot several years . . .
Monroe. Grosse Pointe and
Royal Oak were tough oppon-
ents in the eight-game sched-
ule . . . Under the direction oi
Coach Herbert Beddow . . . the
tennis team had a lair season
. . . Possibly it would have
been better il there had been
more candidates to pick from
. . . and it they were not iust
hegrnning alter a discontinu-
ance . . . Don Stuart. Iohn
Buchan. Bill Brehm, Iohn Bar-
son, Glenn Smith. Dick Bauer.
George Brady and Bob McDan-
iel were some ol the outstand-
O Ray I.aBoda watches with
hopeful grin and an eye on the
ball after letting it lly down
the alley . . . Ben Lister, Ernie
Stratton, Don Nolit and Richard
Masternac pose tor a bowling
shot . . . Mr. Herbert Beddow
. . . coach of the tennis team
. . . poses smrlinqly . . . Bill
Brehm is just finishing serving
. . . A view ot Fordson's well
used tennis courts . . .
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returninq proofs tor their grad-
0 Don't get them wrong . . . it
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C If these portals could only tell
what they see and hear in the
main entrance of Fordson High!!
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O ill Sam Phillips and Betty Young . . . ILTJ Camera-shy editor . . . 431 Ioan Cone and Ken Powers . .
MJ Leonora Pcxmmenl . . . IFJ Betty Seawriqht, Olga Slobodin, Lorraine Sundstrom, Mary Mania and Valaria
Bublcxusky . . . Mil Frank May and Bob l..aPor!e . . . L71 Irvin Marlinelli and Angie Gauslello . . . QSO Ioe
Dycio and Monica Hart . . , WJ Doreen Baldwin . . . 1101 Lillian Malaniak, Pearl Porto, Angie Guaslello
and Mildred Lesniak . . . Ll lj Lillian Summers . . .
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January Editors ..... ....
June Editors. . .
Boys Sports ....
Girls Sports ....
Art Editor .....
. . . .Rita Redigan
. . . .Mary Kachaturoff
. . . .Horace King
Dave G eene
Pasquale De Simone
Adviser ..... Maxine Addy
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