Fordson High School - Fleur de Lis Yearbook (Dearborn, MI)
- Class of 1957
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We express ourselves through the many subjects offered to us. In our classes or
in our student lounge we find outlets for our individual interpretations ot ideas concern-
ing current events, anywhere from the latest political issue to that endless topic of con-
versation, ELVIS PRESLEY. School days become familiar routine, highlighted by HEATED
panel discussions, spot quizzes, term papers, recitations, and those dreadful unit tests.
Sporfs af Fordson are nof merely inferscholasfic skirmishes wifh ofher
feamsg fhey are deeply efched in fhe fen-month way of life we call fhe
school year. Because our purpose in playing games is always fo win, we
grow accusfomed fo our vicfories, regardless of the scoreboard's record.
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parf of a gym floor wifh our own inframural feam males, we're winning fhe
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Our purpose of ochrevmg graduohon from Fordson comes much soon
er fhan we expecf We are 0 green TOB one day and o blue ond gold
robed graduofe fhe nexf However we know that sax semesfers full of
everyfhrng fhaf makes school cr second home have broughf us enloymenf
and soberrng momenfs whrch prolecf us rnfo mofurrfy
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Alfhough our Fordson world rs a vasf assemblage of people and equlpmenf If has a hear! rn
fhe office There the fhree prrncrpals adapf a mulll mrllron dollar planf fo daily needs of
2 OOO personalrhes Somehmes the adapfahon calls for so fremendous a prolecf as endmg one
semester and begmnlng anofher Somehmes rf calls for so simple a fask as operahng fhe bell
Mr D0fm0f1 Afd'S P'lnC'P0l fC9n'9f7 Seemi ns shortened or extended the clock must be Ellzabeth Bnce and Mr John Romonow are
H1016 If1Tel'eSY9Cl In the C'-'lmeffl fhan ln OPGV operated by hand so the bell wall rung at Intent on their 'obs
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Mr. Harvey Failor, head of student ment, WOrliS busily of Cl typewriter in
activities as well as the science depart- the muin office.
Mr. Jesse Cripps, counselor, hands a readmit slip
to llA Bill Brown, as 'llB Bill Carothers waits his
turn. The desk looks as though it's had a busy
Miss Dorothy Burrell, girls' counselor helps Barbara
Lock, lOA, fill out her enrollment card, while Eva
La Pan, 'IlB, watches.
Revising English compositions is Garbarz, Judy Townsend, and Ann
no easy iob as 10As Bob Mclntyre, SottoSante realize.
Bob Szalay, Ralph Hilkowski, Jim
Mr. John Bonfiglio's English
7 class reads aloud "Journey's
End" by R. C. Sherrilf for a
class assignment. They are
'I2Bs Ron Unis and Arlene
Sorenson, 12A Darwin Schaef-
er, 'l2Bs Jim Jory and Sandy
Young, and HA John Fleek.
We struggle with book reports, themes, and
ferm papers, and attempt to express our opinions
orally through panel discussions. Journalism stu-
dents advance from "green ones" to staff mem-
'I2A English students Eileen
Lewallen, Sharon Zadra, Lar-
ry Zager, Ray Gryniewicz,
and Pat Kokot informally dis-
cuss Shakespeare's King Lear.
January Graduates James Zolin, Nan- selection read to them by Mrs. Nelle
cy McKinstry, Rita Panagiotides, and Driese, English teacher.
Jim Petoskey take down notes from the
.Io Mileto and Janet Daniels, 'llBs, and Annette
Clayton, 'l2A, as members of the play production
cast, gleefully enioy the roles portrayed by Bob
Devyak and Pat Dougiollo, 'l'lBs, during a one-act X
bers where they use their talents to produce our bi-weekly paper, the TOWER TRIBUNE, and our
yearbook, the FLEUR DE LIS. Although some students fancy themselves a Grace Kelly or a Marlon
Brando, all speech and dramatic students are given an opportunity to present their style of speak-
ing through numerous 'solo' attempts.
Beginning iournalists sometimes
learn how to improve their own
writing by clipping and pasting
examples from newspapers. Here
and Betty Bohn, 'llBs Barb
Blyaert and Roger Loncina,
and 'I2A Ellen Gunderson
speech class. 'l2As Pat Brown laugh at Kay's ioke.
Kay Hendricks, 'I2A, gives
a demonstration talk to an
appreciative audience in her
'IOAs Maureen Quinn, Linnea
Kolionen, Pat Hale, Ken Sheffer,
and Jerry Lee scan other schools'
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Art Carinci, Sophie Marko, and Mary Ann Opella,
llAs, decorate a Christmas bulletin board in their
French class. During the Christmas season all Fordson
is decked out appropriately.
Tony Talerico, HA, Jim
Dubois, l0A, Mary Hernand-
ez, 'l'IA, Dennis Kovacs,, l'lBg
Ronald Drews, 'IOAQ Mrs.
Hilda Eastwood, German in-
structor, and Virgil Davis,
'IlB, attentively watch Bar-
bara Rehwinkel, 'l'lB, explain
in German how to tell time.
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Always having been very intriguing subjects
to everyone, four foreign languages - French,
German, Latin, and Spanish - are offered by
Fordson. Through these subjects we, the teen-
agers of America, learn to know and to appre-
ciate our neighbors, gradually drawing closer in
Miss Dorothy Tittle, French llB, Donald Elliott, l0A, Sharon
teacher, enjoys explaining the Becks, lOA, and Marilyn Abro-
puppet proiect to Emil DeGrazia ham, llB.
128 Barbara Erzthaler, with
a Santa Claus puppet, enter-
tains lOAs Tom Chapel, Jon
Reed, llA Richard Hill, lOAs
Bob Bobiniac and Dennis
Sobkowiak in German class.
both reality and relationship. Even though Latin
is not a national language today, it is more or
less a universal language, used the world over
by scholars, scientists, and musicians. By follow-
ing the example of such a language, we make
our thoughts, ideas, and purposes universal.
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Putting their "hearts" into Latin proiects. These valentines
their W0l'k, HAS Mvilu K0llOf1en, will go to unsuspecting recipients
Andy Lobodocky, and Russell in their Latin class.
Masura concentrate on their
Sue Roman, Robert Rizer, Pat Fordell and Barbara
Kurmas, lOAs, enioy listening to Spanish records during
Nieves Martin, l2A, is arrang-
ing a mantilla, one of the many
souvenirs she brought back from
Spain last fall, on Joyce Ashby,
HA. Also admiring the finery are
Roberta Campbell, 'l2B, George
Curry, llA, and Mrs. Beatrice
Simmons, Spanish teacher.
Latin card games yet! l2Bs Gloria Koss,
Ron Gaida, Doug Acord, and Arlyn Garrison
ioin Mrs. Margaret MacMillan, teacher, in a
word-making game. The daisy "growing out"
of Mrs. MacMillan's head belongs to the
bulletin board in the background.
Claude Colantoni, 'l2A, extracts Joan Segyiffe, gill Boboyski' Bob watch with interest. Algebra 4 is
the fifth V001 05 Algebra 4 Students, Duke and Richard Brozovich, l2As, a relatively new course.
Mike McNamara, l0A, explains a problem in Mr.
William Kauth's algebra class, as Lana Skarain,
IOA, Pat Lipinski, lOA, and Charles Jones, llA,
12A Tony Malizia Crightl shows Don polar triangles as part of a geometry
Daubenmeyer, Ray Bihary, and Bob class assignment.
Shuster, also l2As, how to construct
While algebra students are struggling with countless equations, geometry Students ore
mastering theorems and conquering the meaning of terms unknown to them, such as the
polygon and quadrilateral. Trigonometry students find their assignments 'simple', AFTER they
have been acquainted with calculations, formulas, and equations in large proportions.
An around-the-table confer- are l. to r. 'l'lAs Gordon King, Mr. Herbert Beddow, mathematics Drouillard, Tony Madaffer, and Bob
ence takes place in geometry, Al Petish, Joyce Walker, llB instructor, explains the use of the Sqggakf 'l2B Mike Keepen, and Jon.
as students ponder over the Vicky Bacilla, 'llA John protractor to his trigonometry class. wry Graduates Bill Nickels and
use of a linear scale trigon- Schertzer, and llB Gerald Attentively listening are l2As Jean Marie Cipolletti.
ometric slide rule. Students Ponto.
Mr. Theodore Barton's geometry class
has 'l2B Fran Agrusa solving a problem
at an unco-operative blackboard, which
reflects the flash bulb's light. Seated
Carl Horvath, 'l2A, Jim DeNoon, 'llB, Ron
Duquette, lOA, and Carol Borgeson, l2A, busily
work to compute the answers in their algebra
students, Jerry Attee, 'l2B, Judy Rooks,
HA, Ed Moellman, HA, and Mike
Opimach, i2Bp agree that Fran is pro-
'lOAs Bill Jones, Ken Newland, Richard Macek,
and Richard Konwerski have di'Hiculty working
per cent prices in math and seek the help of
Mr. Ross Slabaugh.
During their biology class, 1OAs amazement as a praying mantis
Carlos Suucedo, Slwron Wenslw, goes after his "lunch" la cicadal.
and Ronald Gerlica watch with
A brain, a formula, a sound wave, a leaf - each represent a different field of science.
Biology students have the 'pleasure' of delving deep into those 'invisible' plants and animals,
along with sheep eyes and frog intestines. Chemistry is limited to the mysteries hidden in the chem-
ical formula - but such a large, unexplored limit. Fordonsites keep their same determination in
Biology students, llA Phil Palise and llBs Ted
Phillips, Judy Adkinson, and Barbara Mattson study live
specimens in Miss Thomasine Neering's class. Phil holds
a chameleon, and Judy holds a hamster.
Stem structure occupies biology 1 students. Keith
Johnson holds a corn stalk, Howard Renton has o dicot
stem on a binocular stage: Sharon Barron demonstrates
with iodine the "pull" in celery. The students are now
iiAs Walter Stanek, John From all indications the process i
O'CQnneIl, and Don Greene, is smelly, as Walter uses a gas
chemistry students, go about the m0Sl4.
task of making chlorine gas.
Setting up an experiment in chem- Working with them, making an acetic
istry with hydrogen are Gerry Honey, acid test, are Bill Wyman and Tom
Joyce Kosloski, and Pat Taylor, i2Bs. Sterba, also i2Bs.
physics, where such things as the sun's rays or an ocean's roar are measured and studied. Horti-
culture students learn to grow plants and improve their normal growth through constant efforts
and patience. Each one of these fields of science opens new areas for study, new opportunities
for advancement, and new purposes for fulfillment.
Left: WAS -lim Viviun, Ffed describes the structure of the
WillKir1S, Gnd JC1Clile Goodall CON- monster plant to horticulture stu-
centrate on how to work Out 0 dents, Jerry Soucedo, IOA, Joan
problem concerning parallel Craig, January graduate, and
forces. Physics instructor, Mr. Nofmgn Endghl and Pat Brown,
Rudolph Martinak, tries to assist. 'l2A5,
Below: Mr. Don Foster, instructor,
Mr. Walter Curran, U.S.
history instructor, passes out
text books on the second day
of the tall semester to his new
students, 'llAs William Brown,
Beverly Dull, Bob Ferrara,
who apparently hasn't yet
been assigned a locker for
his iacket, Frances Gabel and
A proiect involving flags,
states, and presidents brings
torth this U.S. History 'la dis-
play. 'llA Bill Schwinck, UB
Don Kerr, and Carole Karsh-
neski, Christine Zalenski, Bill
Mealbach, and Beraldine
Flowers, all now llAs, gather
with their teacher, Mrs. Kath-
erine Riecks lplaid iacketl
around one of the larger
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Mr. Bruce Chambers, history teacher, 125, and Tony Spode, 'IQAI
answers the question of Charles Scott, cnemively,
'I2B, as Marie Guida, l2B, Judy Slavik,
Mr. Donald Calkins lrightl is not trying to sell a
television set. He has just asked Mr, Frank Davis
for an opinion on a certain video program. Both
are social studies teachers.
In our history classes, we are kept
busy with those spot quizzes fwhich
always seem to fall on days when
we haven't read the assignmentj,
chapter reviews, oral reports, and
New bright green, blue, and tan fypewriters
welcomed the typists to class one day last fall. With
those colors staring them in the eye, how could they
but help pass a speed test. Another subject centered
Mrs. Ethel lvanoff, typ-
ing teacher, offers a sug-
gestion to Sharon Moore
and Anna Nanas, as other
'liAs Marilyn Niemi9C,
Barbara Pfaffman, and
Barbara Maciag, and 'l2B
Janet Manos go on with
their daily assignment.
Students, beginning to learn shorthand, spell their
words aloud. They are 'l'lAs Carol Karshneski,
Kathleen LaRoy, Juliann Zielinski, Adelaide Yelinek,
Mary Ann Furmanek, Nancy Yourchok, Sharon Lakso,
and 12B Lucy Petrucci.
Mr. Elden Cross, commercial to l0As Christine Wright, Janice
teacher, explains an exceptional- Shilk, Diane Williams, and Gloria
ly hard problem in business math Redman.
Judy Wright, IZA, watches closely, as
l2A Pamela Robbs works on a stencil.
around speed feSfS is Sl10rfl1GI1Cl, the class where they scribble a bunch of curlycues and call
them words. Office machines is a course for the enthusiastic. One day it's an electric typewriter,
while the next it's an adding machine, and so on-whew! For the future financial-minded Ford-
sonites, there are always business math, bookkeeping, and retailing to keep them occupied.
Above: 'l2As Carol Sue Smith,
Violet Ferrera, and Gerald Mich-
newicz, HA David Naclo, January
Graduates Dorothy Bellow and Don
Mittig, and 12As Kathy DeLano and
Pat Roberts prepare for future iobs
in Mr. James Todd's retailing class
by learning how to count change.
Right: Barbara Auriet, 'l2A, types,
as Miss Jane Lombard, commercial
instructor, aids 'l2A Bev Auriet in
the use of the dictaphone.
Lynn Trumble, Daniel Kolasa, Carol Allor, HAS,
and David Molloy, i2B, add accounts and figures,
while Mr. John Beauchamp, bookkeeping instructor,
helps them with their proiect.
Above: 1295 Judy Kowalski on the Burroughs calculating
and Pauline Mitsud Cfront rowl, machines. Right: Marilyn Rice
and 'l2A Marie Pendley and and Marcella Rudolph, i2Bs,
January Graduate Nancy Wil- work busily, transcribing their
locks Qback rowl learn to divide shorthand in class.
Mr. Ernest Kraai, machine shop teacher, explains
to Nick Palise, 'l2B, and 'l'lA Roger Grant, the
mechanics of operating the horizontal mill.
It takes skill to work with
the do-all saw, and 'l2Bs
Chris Doinidis and John
Cassisa, and 'llA Dave Mc-
Clure are "almost profession-
A steady hum from the ma-
chine, auto, wood, and electric
shops tells us that our boys are
working industriously on some
wood product or delving into
the mechanics of some intricate
machine or motor. Other boys
find pushing a pencil interest-
ing when they are drawing or
interpreting blueprints. Many
sparks fly during the course of
a semester in welding, but the
With the aid of Mr. Mat- l2A, Ed Alford, 128, and Paul
thew Dotson, teacher, auto Bossio, January graduate, re-
shop students, Tony Ventura, pair the distributor.
John Randi, January grad- Gagliardi, l2A, and Mr. Ken-
uate, checks a receiver for neth Howard, electronics in
radio frequency, while Bob structor, observe.
boys escape with a sound
knowledge of its fundamentals.
Paper, ink, printing plates!
these objects offer a challenge
to those students who probe
into the mysteries of both offset
and letterpress printing. Boys in
shop math find solving a house
construction problem easy after
a little bit ot practice, while
such things as vacuums are
studied in related science.
Mr. Sam Vasiu, industrial llA Keith MacDonald in the
teacher, instructs 'HA Ronald operation of the new offset print-
Srnith, 12A Mariorie Geiss, and ing press.
Mr. Henry Seekamp, drafting instructor, observes
the work of 'l2A Ken Ravencraft at a Bruning
drafting machine. Many bays find their "life's
work" in Fordson's industrial classes.
With Mr. John Hamel, wood on their table. Busily working in
shop teacher, watching critically, the background are Darwin
12As Russell Osborn and Roy Shafer and Ken Bobrowski, l2Bs.
Monberg put the finishing touches
'I2As Jerry Lewis and Dave Blaney are engrossed
in their work at the lathes. While working, they are
obtaining much useful experience.
Left: January Graduate
Barbara Richards, proudly
smiling, paints a "work of
art", as l2As Frank Renko
and Roy Schaft, January
'l'lA Joe Arella admire her
work. Below: Working on an
art proiect are llAs Christine
Marchak and Carol Calvin,
and 12A Sharon Donnelly.
Graduate Lillian Renko, and
While working on copper toil designs, 'l0As Linda
Wrona, Ron Gurniak, and Jon Reed compare notes.
Mrs. Mildred Lyman, art tiger he's drawing with the
instructor, and Lawrence Nat- one in the book held by
kowski, l'lA, compare the Nancy Potts, l2A.
Many times a student has taken a piece of wood, metal, or stone and carved or molded
it into a common object. It it didn't turn out so 'common' after all, he probably considered it a 'sym-
bol ot modern art.' Ot course, it this weren't down another's line, he may have taken up a brush
and, with a daub of purple in this corner and a a streak of chartreuse in that, emerged, likely
Right: Working ambitiously work. Below: Mr. Hilmar "":
with clay are 1lA Fred Klack- Leyrer, art instructor, shows "
ing and 12A Dorothy January Graduates Dorothy
Schwinck, while January Polony and Kathy Heier the
Graduate Feisal Turfe, 'I2A proper way to mold clay, J
Connie Poole, and 'I'IA Mar- while HA Gerald Naibirt E5 I D W.
tin Clark observe their handi- watches.
Ken Ruth, HA, and Dan Cramer, 'l0A, find
Bill Mealbach, HA, Tom O'Connor, Jan- Marianne Coleman, l2A, as she adds the the main 5103,-5 Q pleasany place fo draw skefches
uary graduate, Pat Kokot, i2A, and Car- finishing touches to an interior decorating of lower 5 hall. The skefches me for G pmiecf
olyn Maan, iOAy focus their attention on proiect in art class. in their on class'
enough, slightly more colorful than his subject. Well, that's life. And speaking of life, largely
responsible for those fancy posters advertising school activities is the commercial art class. So
as to not stay away from home too much, however, interior decorating students learn to make,
not only public buildings, but beautiful, irresistible houses.
Terry Plonka, l2A, and Gerry Molesky, llA
test a pattern tor size on a piece of material.
Elaine Kolasa and Rosina Ara- as Mrs. Gladys Biestek, homemaking
gona, llAs, and Joan Hubbard teacher, offers some friendly advice
lrightl, l'lB, smile in appreciation, on laying out a pattern.
Putting together a Marie Bruce, Beverly List-
blouse pattern becomes a wan, and Pot Doolittle in
serious task for 'l2As Anne a sewing class.
With pizza pie the 'rage ot the age,' today's
homemakers really have to keep on the spot. The
cooking classes find out where each food item
came from, what its food value is, how and when
to throw everything together, and how long to
keep it in the oven and end with a 'genuine pizza
Hemming by hand and by ma- Oliver tstandingl is interested in
chine engrosses l2As Kathy Ruggir- Pauline's work.
ello and Pauline Bullis, 'l2B Diane
Alberta Stadnik, 'llA, and of cleaning up their kitchen
'l0As Janet Papp and Vir- fun after making grape lelly
Dcflene Olinik, 10A lflghil demon' Gmnihomf WA' Carol Brown, UA, ginic Jewulla, Gnd their iob in foods class
strates the proper table setting for Und MVS- Virginia Wl7h9V5P00U,
an informal luncheon. Barbara foods feafheff 0PP"0Ve-
pie, fOf course they cook more than pizzasj Clothing classes also work along
the line of history, namely, who had first claim on the original 'stuft,' how it was
made into material, and how to make it into a skirt, dress or a shirt for 'honey-
bunch.' In either case, Fordson's girls fand occasionally boysj learn to provide,
not only tor themselves, but also for others.
Thli is U 'GSW dl5h in 'lie Bird lOB and Janet Gllhuly
PUYWSI bowls, C00k book 9099- l2A visualize the finished
Carol Rudell, 128, Pauline Bullis, Jim's ambition is to be a chef, and Raging Arqgona, 'llAg De- Produc, Q5 they begm fhew
12A Jim Carter, 128, Pat Rubikas, he mode the petits tours, small tea 'ores Koschellg, l2A, Carol work
12B and Gerry Erway, 'l2A, have cakes, for his foods class.
a spot" ot tea as the English do.
Marge Longmate and Johanna Marinucci,
i1As, take a iump ball in a close game in
gym class. Referees Miss Alice Krug, health
instructor, and Barbara Goch, l2B, watch for
fouls, as T28 Kathy Maddox and llA Sandra
Jennings prepared to receive the ball.
l2B Pat Grondziak, playing the goalie position
in a fast game of field hockey, is ready to stop
the ball, as it is moved dangerously near the
goal by attacking players, l2Bs, Anita DeFrenza,
Pat Grucella, Rose Brusco, Mary Ellen Kohs, Car-
ole Eilers, Rosie Keezer, and Carol Holmes.
Frances Agrusa, Rosemary DeGrazia, and Liz
Bissell, also l2Bs, wait to get into the game.
While the boys kick, pass, and punt, the girls pass, shoot,
and score in a spirited game of field hockey, perhaps concen-
trating more on the boys playing football on the adjoining
field. Other boys enjoy putting their classmates into such pos-
itions as strangle-holds and headlocks in that "restful" activity,
wrestling. Fortunately this sport is not offered to girls, but they
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Miss Virginia Valentine demon- catching on fast. The rhumba is one
strates a rhythmic rhumba to her of the many dances taught to the
health class which seems to be girls.
pm Grondzgok and Nancy game. Other teammates stand
Griffin, 'l2Bs, send the volley- 'eUdY for UCfl0ft-
ball Over the nel in u close
enjoy competing in teams against each other in
such sports as dodge-em, relays, volleyball and
basketball. With the first signs of spring, a young
man's fancy turns to thoughts of baseball, and a
young girl's fancy turns to thoughts of the young
Members Qf one of the bgys' of the daily activities during gym
physical education classes limber PeVl0d- Ccllsfltenks is an essen'
up before taking part in the rest tial PGV' of Fofdson 9Ym Classes-
Terry Colton lrightl 'lOA, hits the air instead of the
ball sailing off overhead. Boys play volleyball in their
fall health education classes.
themselves as they dress for
Dave Rinker, HA, Dave
Pell, 128, and llAs Bill .lac-
obs and Tom Rea chat among
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the players wonder during an of basketball to run off excess
exciting game in gym class. energy.
If seems fhe unanimous purpose of every American teenager of today is fo drive. fMay-
be thaf's why so many American parents of today are pedesfriansj In any case, Fordson offers
a full course in driver training in accordance with state law.
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Driver training instructor, Don
Winnichi, holds the door open
for Karen Moore, 'I2A, and
Frank Hayes, HA. Audrey Gils-
bach, 'l2A, is behind the wheel
ready to go out for a practice
Patrolman A F Capraro checks 10A
Ernest Assel s name on has dnver tram
mg list before Ernest goes out for his
Bleyaert, and l0As Rosalie Coe and Judy Hermenau
are iust anxious to get going on a wintry spin.
Two new driver education teachers ioin the faculty
in January. Mr. John DeHeus and Mr. Charles West
decide who is doing what and when. 108 Bill
Mr. Carl Roll, driver training instructor, explains to
Rose Peshkopia, llA, the proper procedure for taking
a simple reaction test.
Mr. Clyde Randall runs the master control panel,
as Ronald Filips, Barb Fetish, Lilie Russo, TOAS,
intently watch the movies which are used in driver
W Mike Shayka, llA, takes recovery, administered by
a routine test for glare Mr. Roll.
Mr. Harvey Smith, trade and industry co-
ordinator, meets every Thursday with the boys
who are on co-operative training, Kenneth Fritz,
January graduate, Noel Keane, 'l2A, Armenin
Frocillo, 'l2A, Lawrence Klacking, January grad-
uate, William Egan, January graduate, Tyrone
Acord, 'l2A, and Leslie Corney, January grad-
uate. They discuss the benefits of the program,
the problems which arise during the week, and
clarify the state and school laws regarding the
iLeftl The Board of Education,
whose building is attached to
Fordson, hires some of the girls
on the co-op training program.
Miss Elizabeth Claucherty Ccenterl
co-ordinator for office and re-
tailing co-operative training, pays
an on-the-iob visit to l2As Judy
Reaume and Rita Morgel. fBe-
lowl also at work for the Board
of Education are Joyce Ander-
son, 'l2A, Helen Haddad, l2A,
and Carol Nettenstrom, January
By the aid of co-operative training, many seniors get started in a vocation before gradu-
ation These are other ways Fordson helps its teen-agers fulfill the purpose each has set before him.
Judy Zell Crightl 12A serves the ball to Bar-
bara Kurmas ileftl 'lOA. ln the center, watching
the ping-pong match, are Pamela Robbs, l2A,
Ilene Susock, 'l2A, and Pat Kuhary, 128.
The sound of the three-thirty bell doesn't always mean Fordson's doors are closed for the
day. Later, on Monday and Wednesday evenings, recreation gives Fordsonites an opportunity
to play basketball, chess, cards, or ping-pong.
Above: Anne Veltri, HB, isecond from
right? is in the process of "ginning" in a
rummy game. Mike Humitz, 'I2Ag Mary Ser-
gay, HB, and Gina Veltri, 'I1B, sho'w con-
cern over what's left in their hands. Below:
Quieter pastimes include checker and chess
games. Here checker fans, lOA Kathleen
Kernosek and UA Ron Dyke, watch a match
between 'IOA Shirley Laurie and l'lA Paul
Carol Linden, 'lOB, and Pat
Bill, 'lOA, battle for the ball
during a basketball game.
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ary graduate, Alice Gniewek, 'llA, Frances
Agrusa 128, Frances Caruso, 12B, and club
sponsor Mr. Eugene Cummins, laughingly dis-
cuss future plans.
Candidates for oftices, 'HB Vickey
Dimoff, 10A Lottie Lalik, 12B Pat Kuhary,
IOA Marilyn Kwasny, lOA Rosalie Aquino,
HA Connie Nicholas, and 'l2B Ella Nagy
sit together at the Booster club meeting.
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carefully aims the ball on
a free throw, while 'l'lA
teammate Rose Marie
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Girls' Athletic association members pon- for the games played after school. Prac-
der over the answers to the test questions tice sessions are also held so that the girls
given those who hope to become officials are able to get experience at refereeing.
'llAs Barbara Pope and Rose laquinta
check the names of substitutes before
the beginning of the second half with
scorer, Carolyn Olesko, lOA, and timer,
Sandy Morone, l'lB.
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Pat DeLand, president,
swears in new ofticers
l2Bs Rosemary DeGrazia,
vice-president, and Judy
Allan, secretary. Miss Alice
Krug and Miss Virginia
Valentine, health instruc-
tors, and Pat Abramson,
January graduate, are
seated at the table.
Louise Yanke, l2A, knocks IZA, imitate mountain climb
over the mountain ichairt ers as part of their skit
when she and Sharon Zadra,
On behalf of the graduating seniors Pat
Abramson, January graduate, smilmgly
presents a gift to Miss Krug.
l2A Donna Foreman's winning girls' in- faculty members to a game after school. oct of spiking a fast ball over to 'l2A Pat
tramural volleyball team challenges women Miss Alice Krug, health instructor, is in the Deland.
Miss Jane Lombard, commercial instructor, iumps
high, but she misses the ball. Miss Anne White,
iournalism teacher, watches the ball soar by.
Miss Alice Krug, health edu-
cation instructor, Mrs. Gladys
Biestek, homemaking teacher,
and Miss Joan Hitchner,
health instructor, scramble for
the ball, hoping that together
they can send it back over
the net for the point.
Seven members of the organization assume one of occupied at after-school and Saturday practice sessions.
the many formations which have kept the swimmers
Theresa Shqff, l'lA, Sandy the water show. ln the back-
Zunich and Sandy Morone, 'I'lBs, ground are Nancie Mlynek, l0Af
tread water and maintain their Sal Owen, l2A, and Judy Rooks,
formation during a practice for 'I'IA.
Part of the training in Sil- in a rhythm which exactly
ver Splash is the formation matches that of the other girls
of chains of swimmers. Each in her chain.
girl must do the back stroke
12A Sharon Zadra steps up to the
return rack and selects a bowling ball,
hoping for a strike.
M059 Guido, 'l2B, keeps SCOFS on Meadows, llAs, enjoy a snack con-
the next alley while Wendy Wilson, sisting of potato chips after a vigorous
Barbara Tuczak, Pat Trulley, and Jo game of bowling.
Carol Jacobson, l2B, energetically releases the ball Jane Polkowski, Ella Nagy, Diane Oliver, Liz Bissell
as Pat Kuhary, 'l2B, tensely watches her ball advance and Fran Doherty, 'l2Bs, take time out between games
down fhe alley, to look at scores.
Joan Tuczak, lOA, chooses her bowling ball
from "the linefup" as she gets ready to bowl
the next frame.
Bowling secretary Janice
Diehl, IOA, receives the bowl-
ing card of Theresa Scott,
Bev MacNeIIis and Mary Mc-
Nancy Swartz, Jo Ann Mattis,
Harriet Moore, Sharon Manore and
Mary Ann El Haie, 'IOAs, check
bowling scores, while 'lOAs Judy
Townsend, Ann Hodges and Nancy
Trapp relax with refreshments. An
anonymous visitor is sitting in the
background. He finds enioyment in
watching the girls bowl and smoking
Girls chat gaily as they finish eating
their dessert. The pins in the center of the
table are the "real things," providing
some "exercise atmosphere" for that ice
cream and chocolate sauce.
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Pat Deland, 'l2A, and Ella Nagy, 'l2B, arrange to become part of a "bowling alley".
and decorate a table. The crepe paper is about
Mrs. Katherine Godrey, health in-
structor, presents JoAnn Mattis, l0A,
with a last place bowling certificate.
First, second, third, and last place
teams in bowling intramurals re-
Miss Joan Hitchner, bowl- of the gift that was iust
ing club sponsor, and 'IZA presented to Miss Hitchner at
Marge McGruther look for- the bowling banquet.
ward to seeing the contents
Holding up the gym wall after ushernng
at a basketball game Roger Lancnna 'I'lB
and Carl Moser 12A walt for achon fo begun
on the court
Art Kennedy 12A helps
10A with her skates at
the Varsnty GAA roller
skahng party Jeanne cp
pears to be qune em
barrassed about the enfnre
' his date, Jeanne lLucas,
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Five Fordson boys are comparing their present scores
as Mrs. Ted Hochstein, wife of the bowling alley's
owner, Collects their bowling fee envelopes. The six
are Dennis Kovacs, HB, Jerry Michnewicz, Al Burnaskc
lbehind tablet, Bill Bobovski, l2As: and Keith MOCDOHGH,
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Onlookerg wqtch Ralph the spot and aim for that
Hilkowgki, IOA, and Tony coveted strike. Will it be, or
T b , 125, gh k won't it, that' th 1' .
Mike Dyke, 'l2B, and Dan Sawicki, "wonders" he is going to perform ry Us as ey mm IS e ques 'on
'l2A, listen to Fred Nichols, l'lA, when it's his turn on the bowling
as he tells them about all the alley. "Just watch me!" he says.
lOA Richard Carlson keeps his eyes on the pins alley. 12A Fred Wilkins pictures his up-coming strike
while he sends the ball on its way down the bowling as he gets ready to throw the ball.
Brenda Mealbach, 'l2A, White Chap-
ter Y-Teens president, shows the club
members a carpet made by retarded t t h f Y T
children to whom they sent pieces of I e
Officers Janice Bodinus, 'l2Ag Chatterton, 'l2Ag and Mrs. Ernestine treasurersf reports and compare
Brenda Mealbach, l2Ag Sheila Khoury, sponsorg look over past them with recent ones.
Blue Chapter Y-Teen members Michigan Bell Telephone com sentatuve of the company
gather at an informal meeting pany Mr John Erickson repre showing the film
to see a movie sent out by the
Blue Chapter Y-Teens
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son and Rosemary DeGrazia,
l2Asg Donna Foreman, 12Ag and
sponsor, Miss Marilyn Roberts,
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Tower Hi-Y officers go
over plans for a meeting.
Left to right are Claude
Ed Perpich, treasurer, Tony QVUCJUUYE-
Aquino, president, Dave
Early arrivers at a meeting of the Tower
Chapter Hi-Y engage in private conversa-
tions as they await the sounding of the
president's gavel. They are HB Dale
MacNellis, secretary, and
John Peretto, sergeant-at
arms. All are 'I2As except
Dave who is a January
Lynn Sherman, HA, Emil De-
Grazia, HB7 Norman Endahl, i2A,
and sponsor, Mr. John Pflager, sci-
ence teacher, discuss material sent
Tower Chapter Hi-Y
to the group by the parent organ-
ization, the Young Men's Christian
Moser, IOA Richard Sk,-zypek, HAS Bob uary Graduate Paul Karte, 'l'lAs Jim Bow-
Cole and Sam Martino, 12A Jim Mclmyre, mon Gnd Paul Lawrence, Gnd 12A Carl
llB Ray Polidori, TOA Lewis Messina, Jan- MOSEV.
Relaxing in the student lounge, Arella, 11A, Bill Hyde, 11A, Bob EY, 12A: Mill NOW, 128: Stun
Blue Chapter Hi-Y members enioy Pope, 1285 Chuck Taylor, 'I'IA, Csit- Tokarski, 12A, Carl Trono, 128.
themselves. They are Cstandingi .loe ting! Paul Adams, 12B, Fred Walk-
Angelo Lizzio, 12A, Mike Cook,
11A, and Bob Duke, 12A, dis-
cuss the new business of the
12A Dan Harlan, vice-presi-
dent of the Blue Chapter Hi-Y,
takes over the meeting, while
members, Frank Pollard, 11A, club.
Blue Chapter Hi-Y
Blue Chapter Hi-Y m6mlDefS Kwasny, 11B, take time between
Jim BUf1if19?OI't, 10A1 D009 Fend' classes to admire their bulletin
ler. 11A: 101111 CCSSiS0, 125: Jim board display in upper B hall.
Dalla Vecchio, 11Bg and Jim
Alice Petroski, and Sandy Chaklosh,
'llBsp Grace Morgan, lOA, Loraine
Mankus, HB, Carmelo Ciavaglia, l2A,
and Dorothy Polony, January graduate,
of the Future Nurses Club, are putting
the crowning touches on hand puppets
made for a children's home at Christ-
Officers of the Future Teachers club dis-
cuss plans for an important club meeting.
Penny Lysinger, treasurer, suggests an idea
to Barb Lover, president, and Shirley Van
Assche secretary, all l2As.
Sponsor MISS JGU6 Lombard in which to place notebooks The Bunse HA Betty LaProirie, l2A,
lifandlngl C0mm9"Cl0l fe0Cl'Ief d note takers are Emily Solo 10A Arlyn Garrison 128 Joan Hubbard,
dresses memb9Y5 of The Cl'-lb Wl'IO Margaret Borland IOA Nancy HB and Mary Ann Stempson, 128.
Usher club president, Barbara Richards, January Mary Ann Opella, Evelyn Pinto, Carol Calvin, Nancy
graduate, reads the last meeting's minutes to l'lAs, Bunse and Barbara Titus.
IIB Barbara Mattson, Ush- Ruby Tabacchi, mother of 12B
er club member, distributes Wayne Tabacchi, and 'IOB
programs to January Grad- John Trifan, as they arrive Shown discussing Plans 0' Usedly, Elaine Kolcheff, and
uate Don Quashnie, Mrs. for the band concert. a meeting of 'he Uihef Club January Graduate Barbara
are 'I2A Mary Alice Strachg Zenqs.
63 12Bs Judy Calloway, Agnes
Mr. Howard Nebel, science teacher ex
plains to Joan Kiwak, l0A, and Richard
Brozovich, l2A, why some trees on Ford
son's campus stay green all winter
WCS-PfeSld9"1f John K0lUSftiC1lK, HA: the tary, Judy Kowalski, 'I2A, and the president,
COHSSFVGNOH Club SPOHSOF, MH Nebel: Paul Seifert, HA, discuss plans for future
the treasurer, Mary Ann Sossi, HA, the secre- club meetings,
Elaine Constantine, IIA,
Judy Gee, 'llA, Gerry Mc-
Bride, 'l2Ag Mary Anne Sossi,
'l'lA, John Kalusniak, 'llA,
Jo Ellen Hemenway, 'l2Ag and
Nancy Hrlevic, HA, listen as
Leo Pospichal, a guest from
the Michigan Department of
Conservation, talks about one
phase of wild life.
Tom Andrews, l2A, Mr. Joseph Katana,
Science club sponsor, and Richard Brozovich,
l2A, look at a science manual at one of their
Members of the Science club, Chuck Nanas, Virgil
Barbat, and Frank Ray, January graduates, pour
impure water into an ion exchanger as part of an
Future scientists, Bill Wedlake, Cecelia Wylie, HB, eHfl'1USiClSfiCUlly
12A, Gloria Szarek, l'IB, Richard experiment with colored water by
Maire, HA, Ray Mercier, IIA, and distilling and then condensing it.
Library club officers Mary
Morneweck, Maybelle Tait, Judy
Rooks, Helen Prochaska, Marilyn
Left: lOA Diana Dalla Vecchio and llAs Bonnie
Pancherie, Fran Gabel, and Mary Aboud combine their
eftorts to arrange an attractive centerpiece for the
Library club's annual Christmas partyBelow1Other rnem-
bers, Johneane Sherenco, January graduatep Marge
Morgan, l2Ag Mary Morne-weclc, llA, and Shirley Lyle,
lOAg are suspense-bound while reading a mystery selec-
tion from the Teen-age Book club.
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Ollikoinen, 'l'lAsg Mariann Coleman, enioy the comforts of the library as
l2Ag and Mary Ann Rosberry, i2B, they discuss future club plans.
Jeanne Lucas IOA president of the Goosby lOA Mary Aboud HA Mr Indefi HA: CCH'Ol SWGUCIH, TOAJ Gnd
Drama club opens the meeting by telling Eugene Baker dramatics teacher James Leille Goeing, lOA-
Mr. Charles Held, librarian, and Charles
Doss, 'I2A, are in a dangerous position,
as Elaine Kolaso, 12A, prepares to lunge,
Fencing is one activity included in the
Hobbies cIub's scope.
Christian Fellowship officers, Wendy Wilson, llA,
secretary-treasurer, Marie Hutchinson, 'llA, presi-
dent, Janet Attee, l2A, vice-president, discuss future
Donald Green, HA, conducts an Fellowship Club, leading the members
after-school meeting of the Christian in the singing of hymns. The club spon-
meeting plans with the club's sponsor, Mr. John
Hamel, industrial teacher.
sors Wednesday morning non-denome
inational services in the cafeteria.
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Dick Stephens, 'IOA, Mike Miller, 12A, and Dale Hendrixon, HB, fire qt belong to Rifle club members who have
llAg Bob Donnelly, l2A, Don Baldwin, the torggy, The legs in the background lust had their turn at the range.
Marvin Weide adjusts the sighting device
on the rifle held by Ken Hudson. Bill Weir
and Mr. Allen look along the barrel from
the sidelines. The boys are all 'l0As.
Mr. Archie Allen, social studies teacher, l2A, and Ralph Hilkowski, lOA, heed the
shows Don Baldwin, l2A, how to aim a directions.
rifle from a prone position. Fred Pollard,
January Graduate Joan Craig: Graduate Nancy Malinkyg 12B Ray- Mr. Sam Vasiu, Camera club spon-
former 'l0B, Phyllis Woodruftp for- mond McKinstry, and January Grad- sor, center their attention on a club
mer 'I1A, Janice Woodruftg January uate Marie Cipolletti, along with proiect.
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Robert Selwa, 'lOA, and Ken Ruth and Ed Rusinowski,
HAS, gain a practical knowledge of photography as
they develop photographic prints at a meeting of the
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Mr. Gilbert Hamilton ldarlc suitl
school photographer and English teach-
er, trains these boys in the "art" of
taking nearly 1,000 pictures a year
for the Fleur de Lis. Here Larry Eix,
IOA, Dennis Kovacs, 'I'lB, Bob
and Carl Ray, l0A, have iust
removed prints from the drier in the
Cheerleaders Pat Tutt, l2A, Sandy Davidson, l2A, Judy Allan and Gloria many cheers used to help Fordson
Morone, HB, Abbie Sheren and Pat Koss, l2Bs, demonstrate one of the teams to victory.
Abramson, January graduates, Sue
"Two Little Indians" HB Sandy Morone thusiasm to "go, fight, win" at the High-
and l2A Pat Tutt rouse the students' en- land Park basketball game.
Regardless of whether the cheerleaders
say it in French or any other language, it
all means the same. Gloria Koss, l2B, as
a Parisienne, asks the students to give
their loyal support to the teams.
Performing at pep rallies and games, the
cheerleaders play an important role in keep-
ing the school spirit and enthusiasm at the
high level the athletic teams deserve.
Above: Miss Thomasine Neer- the varsity and reserve squads.
ing, sponsor, checks the motions Right: Cheerleaders Dottie Wood-
Sue and Judy use in developing ruff, l'lB, Judy Karoub, 'l'lA,
a new yell. The girls hold regu- Agnes Usedley and Barbara
lar practice sessions, not only for Wolak, 'l2Bs, present a spirited
themselves but also for those demonstration of a cheer at an
who are trying out for spots on all-school pep rally.
12A June Wolak lrightl, head maiorette,
practices a routine with the three other drum
maiorettes lleft to rightl Barbara Katona, 'l2A,
and llAs Judy Frazer and Mary Ann Fur-
manek, before performing in front of the stu-
dent body and faculty at an assembly.
George Subu and Ron
Swartz, January graduates,
with Dan Yert, 'l2A, count
the ballots in the election
for Fordson Day Queen.
January Graduate George Subu, Louise Yankep 'IIB Maureen Keane, Tgm Serre! and 11A Per Terry ponder
llB Vicky Dimoffg 'IQA Richard Brozo- llA Lucille Bruno: 'l2B Nancy Griffin, a thought-provoking issue at a student
vich, 'IOA Kandis Vengris, l2As Jimellia l0A Jeanne Lucasf January Graduate Council meeqing,
Beasley, Angelo Lizzio, president, and
This group of people plays an im! these people faithfully carry back to
portant part in school government. their homerooms an accounting of the
They are the homeroom representatives meeting.
to the student council. Once a week
'l2A Robert Wimmer helps student coun-
cil rnembers,Tom Serre and George Subu,
January graduates, and 12A Louise Yanke
add the finishing touches to the decora-
Gerry Gasiarek before allowing
her to proceed down the hall.
llAs Sharon Bailey and Joyce
Anderson, hall monitors, look
over 'rhe hall pass of fellow l'lA
The Hbeehivel' activity which daily characterizes
B185 encompasses phones, desks, files, and people.
Mrs. Martha Simon and Mrs. Helen Brough, secre-
taries, concentrate on a phone call, while Marilyn
Downey background! llA, o helper, locates on a
program card the sixth hour class of a student.
Office workers, Judy Brus- tendance slips from the rooms
co, 'lOA, and Judy Karoub, in B hall. M A B A V h , t L L H f g
HA, Called 'he hourly ml rs. nna anciu rig tl secre- iec or to eroy ace o or his
tary, checks out a movie pro- U. S. history class.
The supply line forms early in the morning. Alice
Jacques, l2A, Barbara Korona, l2A, and Gerry
Locanto, l0A, wait for Judy Kowalski, 'l2A, to
purchase typing paper from Mrs. Mary Barbat,
a school secretary.
Left: IOA class officers Pot
Lipinski, Judy Mendolia, and
Joyce Peterson discuss the amount
at candy they have sold at a
football game. The concession
adds a substantial amount to
the class treasury. Below: Mrs.
Lillian Parris, counselor and class
sponsor, becomes aware of the
camera during a meeting of 10A
officers. Jean Zambislcy, treas-
urer, is offering a suggestion
about a coming concession.
Standing behind them, Judy Pet-
erson, vice-president, Ray King,
president, and Theresa Scott,
directory consider her proposal.
'IIB officers find that as well as director, Pay Polidori, president, Sylvia
being a lot of work, planning for the Miholancan, director, Sandy Morone,
J-Hop is a lot of fun. They are Jo secretary, and Sandy Zunich, vice-
Evangelista, treasurer, Mary Czan, president.
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Proofreodmg measunng the Domg the work are 11A Som otive training student 12A Ed
columns and checkmg the page Mortmo sports edutor Bull Turn- 5l4iClii, editor-In chlef and HA
once tts In lead are Important er o community college co-oper- BGTTY Wrixon, GSSOCIC-Ile editor
After o "test run" has been
made of each story, llA
Sherry Wonders, proofrecds it
and makes corrections, HA
Business manager of the Fleur de
Lis, 'l'lA Barbara Domzalski, and
Mrs. Mary Bibeau, school secretary,
re-count the money from the sole of
the yearbook. Mrs. Bibeau is in
charge of the financial records for
the school. At the same time, 'I'IA
Judy Koos, exchange editor, puts
stamps on envelopes of Tower
Tribunes to be mailed to other
Looking over their past work, Paul's "string book", a collection of
Chris Czarnecki, HA, Paul Seifert, all of Paul's printed stories.
HA, and Ann Kurp, lOA, study
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After numerous hours of concentrated prep- the direction of Mr. Rex Brown, vocal music Christmas concert.
aration, the combined vocal groups, under instructor, present their part in the annual
The procession slowly moves from one of the mqny cgrolg featured or
the rear of the Ouditvrium, singing the annual Christmas Concert.
Lucille Bruno, l'lA, Andree Gregory, l2B, and Judy
Koos, 'l'lA, harmonize as they sing a medley of
Mr. Norman Cramer, Brown and Barry Kinder
music instructor, watches and January Graduate
his voice students, 'l'lA Bill Eaton, practice breath-
Ethel George, 'l2B Mary ing exercises.
Ann Stempson, 'l'lAs Marie
Mr. Rex Brown, music instructor, regular class session during the
directs the 10B glee club in a tall semester.
Mixed Chorus members, formerly selections, from famous Broadway hits
known as B choir, sing many different to f9ll9l0U5 l"Ymf1S, during fel'19UV5Ul-
Members of the Men's Glee Club, a newly- room, under the supervision of Mr. Brown,
organized group, practice songs in the music They give up part of their lunch period.
Thirfy members of Fordsonfs :Omen instruments in hand and expressions cerning the next number to be prac-
bcnd enioy Q moment of ,felcxaggon alert, they await the directions con- ticed.
after surviving a practice session. With
Orchestra string section members l2A, Joseph Smuk, 12A, Barbara NA, Kenneth Shefter, lOA, Gloria
rehearse for a program They are Rehwinkel, NB, Joan Shiskoft, lOA, Szarek, HB, Gerald McBride, l2A,
Christine Anderson l2A: A"'d"eW Kathleen Waters, 'l'lB, lngolf Boch, and Penny Lysinqer, 'l2A.
Lobodocky HA Betty LaPrairie,
Band members, Peter Moga, l2A, Stanley
White, UB, Helen Prochasko, UA, and Jerry
Werner, 'lOA, ploy a solo for French horns at
the band concert.
Caught in the fervor of a football game, Steve
Smuk, IOA, unconsciously beats the boss drum, while
members of the band enthusiastically cheer.
Above: 12As Jean Walden,
Dorothy Schwinck, and Mary
Alice Strach take time out from
playing in the band to attend
the band hayride with Wayne
Poston, Don Palmer, and Jerry
Kohs. Right: Jean Bolthouse, Karl
Justina Putz, HA, playing her flute, and Allie
Bushamie, 128, his baritone sax, practice a duet
during their instrumental music class.
Mueller, Barbara Rehwinkel, HBS:
Denny Yaneff, 'l2B7 Linda Harley,
HA: Stan White, HB, Jim Pay-
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From across the gridiron where thumping tackles can be heard, to the girls gym
corridor where the shrill screams of excited females echo, come the symbols which sig
nify an average night after school.
To most observers, the participants in extra-curricular activities are lust having
fun, but to the participants, these hours after school represent long strides towards per
fection and excellence.
J0l'tr1 PSYGNO, fight end, two Grosse Pointe tacklers
leaps high to snag a pass move in to stop him.
over his shoulder. Meanwhile
ABOVE: l0A Carolyn Olesko
is breathless after winning the
50-yard freestyle. She learns
from timers, 12A Arlene Miholan-
can and January Graduate Ellen
Philip that she has broken the
previous record in this event.
Miss Virginia Valentine, gym in-
structor, is all smiles on the edge
of the pool. RIGHT: Ed Perpich,
center, leaps high to uncork a
lump shot among opposing play-
ers. .lim Mclntyre Kl4l looks for
Ed's shot to go through the hoop.
llB Maureen Keane returns a difficult shot during
a game of badminton, which ran at an exhausting
pace during intramural competition
Marilyn Downey stops the PVO- and Rose laquinto see that she has
gress ot a speedy volleyball in GH the situation under control. All are
intramural game. Cornelia Crisan 1'IA5,
HA Louise Blaney attempts to
score a few points during an intra-
mural game, to put her team ahead.
10A Jaan Hubbard guards her to
prevent a basket from being made,
while ilAs Betty Lamarand and
Marge Longmate await the outcome
of the play.
Wayne Tabacchi swings
past the diving board after
competing in the diving event
Michigan being what it is
weatherwise, the track team
spends its early practice ses-
sions "making tracks" around
the school halls. Even the
squad's pep talks occur on
at a swimming meet. His team
mates concentrate variously
on the pool, on Wayne, and
on the camera.
the marble instead of the
cinclers. Coach Megregian
fright? keeps the boys smiling
until they can get out into
the open air.
Making things rough for the opposition only five touchdowns to be scored against John Peretto. Behind them are Frank Pollard,
were these Tractor defensemen who held six them. In front are Ed Perpich, Jim Proctor, Duke Davis, Len Natkowski, Gene Mileto, and
of their nine opponents scoreless and allowed Dan Cetnar, Jim Morris, Pete Peponis, and Feisal Turte.
The Tractor football team of 1956 has
written a page in Fordson sports history that
will long be remembered. Heading the long
list of achievements is a second straight Bor-
Expressing his delight over the season's pro-
gress, Coach Megregian chats with Co-captains
K Duke Davis and Pete Peponis.
1956 VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES
'I2 Lincoln Park
39 Edsel Ford
20 Highland Park
13 Dondero CRoyaI Oakl
20 Grosse Pointe
Enthusiastic Fordsonites pack
the stadium to watch the team
battle to another victory. The
games are anticipated eagerly,
for this is a time when students
may yell as loud as they wish
and throw the confetti that has
become a tradition at all of the
der Cities league championship, an unbeaten, untied slate, a first place rating in suburban
gridiron circles, a high state rating, and new records for being Unscored upon tor eight
straight games and unbeaten in 17. This team keeps alive the winning traditions of
F ordson athletics
The offensive unit of Fordson's championship lirlemerl, John Peretto, l-en Brunette, Pete and LarfY Monffe- The 'ef-'mf 05 0 whole,
team includes halfbacks, Alex Forge, Milt Peponis, John Kurnik, Duke Davis, .lim Proctor, scored thirty-four touchdowns.
Nolli, Andy Luna, and Frank Pollard, and
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Between halves, the squad lines up on
another bench, this time along the wall.
The score's being in Fordson's favor, so
tar, makes the boys slightly hilarious be-
fore the serious discussion begins.
M Soldan tapes the game. Watching the proce-
ankles of hczlfback Frank dure is Manager Carl Moser.
Pollard before the start of a
Mr. John Fowler and Mr. C0'C0Pi0in5, Mike LUNG and
Larry Soldan, coaches, talk "Skip" P0liSe1dU"ln9 0 PYUC'
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1956 RESERVE FOOTBALL SCORES
River Rouge 6
7 Catholic Central 18
0 Grosse Pointe 21
7 Wyandotte 13
7 Dondero fRoyal Oak? 20
18 Highland Park 6
in a forthcoming game with
Paul Thal and Dick the day's activities before
Grodus, 11Bs, put on their going out on the field to
football shoes and discuss practice.
Watching every move made by their
teammates are John Metzger, Paul Thal,
Richard Dragan, Jack Wendt, Dale
Moser, Ray Polidori, and Frank Bilsky.
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Breaking from a huddle, during play of scrimmage to get into action
drills, the team rushes toward the line
Mr. John Fowler, line coach, watches his
Iinemen make running shoulder blocks against
the "Jarrin' John."
Coming onto the football field, 'l0As Louis
Ferrante, Jim Buftington and Louis Goodrich lead
their team mates after a half time pep talk.
Touchdown Fordson! John Yar- Goodrich shout encouragement to
berry, Dan Smuk, Ray Peck, their team to make the point
Richard Walczybock, and Louis after touchdown.
Mike Luna, Jim Ciuk, and Lewis
Messina stand in the huddle listen-
ing for their next play instructions.
Mr. Mike Megregian, football coach, sits of his life in the assembly honoring the
with his wife, Rose, and his sons, Armen, football team and its coaches.
Ronnie, and Mark, as they hear a review
Mr. Garvase Jach, Fordson athletic di-
rector and former coach at Lowrey,com-
ments on his impression of Mr. Megregian
as a student atLowrey,as JudyAIlen, 'l2B,
mistress of ceremonies, listens attentively.
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Mr. Russel Catherman, former Fordson
basketball coach, reminisces about the days
when Mike Megregian played basketball
under his tutelage. Mr. Catherman is now
principal at Snow.
Largely the reason for the assembly
is the trophy indicating that Fordson
has won another Border Cities league
Members of Mr. Megregian's team excited about the events which are saying thanks to such a terrific
enioy surprising him with and are to take place. This is their way of coach and "friend."
The5e CVOSS COUMVY b0Y5 Ufe Pfcfilflng Mertus, Tom Dlugosz, Bob Rizer, and Jim
"starts" on the west end of the football Pqyenel
field: Roger Lancina, Rick Mains, John
Cross country men, John Menus
and Rick Mains, run neck and neck,
as they approach the finish line in
a meet held at the Edsel Ford cross
Fordson's white-ierseyed cross
country boys prepare to break from
the starting line. They are Don
Co-captains Jim Payette and Rick Mains shake
hands with Edsel Ford's cross country team captain
before they compete in a meet.
Green, Ken Maddox, Jim Payette, MBVTUSI TON' DlU90SZ, GGYVY HONEY,
Rick Mains, Roger Lancinc, John. Gnd Bob Riler-
Throughout the years, the name of Fordson has commanded high respect and
esteem in the hearts of Tractor cage opponents. This year is no exception. The T956-
ain show their court excellence in racking up a respectable TO-5 season's
record, and sharing second place in a hotly contested Border Cities league race.
57 cagers ag
The squad is often as unpredictable as the weather. In winning, the team shows
the ability, poise, and sportsmanship which typified the great Fordsan reams gf fl-ie
past, and after an "off night", the Tractors show their competitiveness with a revived
spirit and a will to win the next game.
Coach Jim VanderHull in-
structs his first team during
time out. The "hand with the
cannister" is not taking up a
collection. That can contains
powder with which the boys
dry their hands, Lett to right:
Jim Mclntyre, Ed Perpich,
Tony Aquino, Manager Tony
Giorgi, VanderHull, Duke
Davis and Bill Schudlich.
Above right: Larry Montre
55i leaps up for a one-
handed lump shot. Hal Hamp-
ton of Wyandotte makes a
vain attempt to deflect the
shot, Right: Tom Woodruf? at
Grosse Pointe makes a frantic
dive for the ball over Tony
Aquino of Fordson. Duke
Davis prepares to leap at the
ball also, as two other Point-
ers and Ed Perpich make their
way towards the scramble.
After a hard day in school, l2A first string
cagers discuss a forthcoming game leisurely
in the locker room before practice. They are
clockwise, Bill Schudlich lstanding, tying shoe
lacel, Ed Perpich, captainp Duke Davis, Jim
Mclntyre, and Tony Aquino.
Tony 33 struggles desperately
with a Dearborn player to gain possession
of the basketball before a jump ball can
Jim 14 Tractor guard,
drives in for a left-handed lay-
up in the Royal Oak game. An
Acorn defenseman makes a vain
attempt to stop him. Ed Perpich
54i looks with awe at the
Bill lets lOOSe with in blocking it. Duke and
one of his famous another Pointer watch for
iump shots as two Pointe the rebound,
men make a futile attempt
Frank Giorgi l5 and Richard Halleen 23 leap
high into the air at the free throw line. The two
jump between Royal Oak players, anticipating ci
missed foul shot, but the ball swishes through the net.
Roger Oberg C145 reserve forward,
looks into the air trying to locate the
basketball. At the some time he waves
his hand to distract a Grosse Pointe
1956-57 RESERVE BASKETBALL SCORES
37 Grosse Pointe
37 Highland Park
43 Dondero lRoyal Oakl
41 Ann Arbor
41 Grosse Pointe
41 Highland Park
45 Dondero lRoyal Oak?
Above right: All movements of Fordson and
Dearborn reserve players are upward as Nazar
1442 completes a shot. John Provine '43t
looks up for a possible rebound. Right: Jack
1333 reserve captain, feeds the ball to
the outstretched hands of Leo Tosto l25l who is
breaking around the pivot, Grosse Pointe players
stretch their arms, trying to knock the ball away.
Bob Cole C235 reserve guard, isn't play-
ing the hidden ball trick, but the ball is
hiding him as he attempts to grasp it.
Moving toward him from the right are
Nazar Berry l44l, Leo Tosto i25l, and
Roger lbehind Tostol. Jock Moore,
with his arm over his face, is behind a
Wayne Tabacchi, Fordson's star diver, stands opportune time to perform his dive during a
with his arms straight ahead, waiting for the swimming meet.
Delphine DeGrazia, 'I2A, announces a swimmer's
time during a meet, while Penny Lysinger, l2A, records
all the places of the meet.
Reminiscing over past sea-
sons, we remember when
Fordson swimming teams
ranked as the best in the
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Cereal Bowl Relays
Saginaw Arthur Hill
Dondero 'Royal Oakl
Dondero lRoyal Oakl
RIGHT Mr Wnlllam Letsche lcenterl swimming
coach goes over the daily swlmmlng workout and
various managerial dutles with his managers Bud
Hebets Tom Chapel Larry Natkowski and Richard
Wroncek BELOW Ingolf Bach Bill Piper Joe Smuk
Denms Cnnowa and Jim Kwasney take hold of the
ledge of the pool before swummmg another length
ot the pool in a workout
Although we boast no state title or similar honors,
we proudly say that this year's team upholds the reputation that Fordson swim
mers carry wherever they compete
All honor must be paid to the tankmen themselves, for their fine per
tormances and for the fact that it takes more than mere boys fo endure fhe
gruelling swimming practice schedule
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Swimming co-captain, Jerry Nieporte, assists
Fred Walker, also co-captain, in getting out of
the pool at the end of a practice session.
Al Buck, Mike Lea, Stan Tokarski, Bob
Duke, and Greg Popotf extend kick boards
before them at practice. The boards are
used to strengthen a swimmer's kick.
John Hughey, Roger Lancina, and Ron Ed-
monds sit on the diving board, taking a few
minutes' relaxation from diving chores dur-
ing a practice session.
Swimmers and timers look in amazement to-
ward the pool, as a swimmer nears the finish
line in ca close race. Moments like this are typical
of Fordson's home meets.
Jack Mittig, Fred Walker, Bill Cseh, and John
Nozicka anticipate the sound of the starter's
call for swimmers, "To your mark, get set."
Tom Dlugosz, Virgil Davis, Bill Gorman, and
Tom Tracy hold the starting blocks for back-
strokers Bill Keller, Art Kennedy, Bill Snider, and
Bill Wyman before they start a practice race.
Mr. Bruce Chambers, social studies teacher
and tennis coach, meets boys who aspire to
membership on the tennis team. Here he ex-
plains health certificate requirements.
"Will the thinclads recapture their Border Cities crown?"
"Will the netmen return to their long-lost winning ways?"
"Will the ball-and-batmen retain their high Border Cities league standing?"
Looking back over the past season in these sports, Fordsonites are justly proud of
the performances given by their athletes.
Returning lettermen get into the baseball mood
at an early session with their coach, Mr. James
Osterberg, English teacher ithird from rightl. They
are 'I2As Bill Schudlich, Jan Chapski, and Joe
Skaisgar, Gerald Rish, 'IlA, manager, and 128
Alter playung a hard game 'l2A Pat DeLand
badminton champnon recelves a hand shake from
HA Lmda Mozol runner up In the tournament
'l2A Irene Matthews checks minion gdme Three "
Andrako and 'IOA Carol Hal fn use
leck will play thelr next bad
12A Darlene Wescott sends The birdie Grgduote Carol Moore ond 'IZA5 Judy
over the net to her opponent 12A POT Mlynarowuch and Charlotte Beck watch the
Tutt whlle 12A Dolores Koschellc JGFIUOVY mfrqmufql badminton game
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IIB Sandy Zunich concentrates on Badminton was played in the fall be-
the bird coming toward her from cause bad weather made it impossible
the racket of Sylvia Miholancan IIB- for the usual tennis matches to be held.
MISS JOUR HlTChf1ef 9Ym and 10A Jean Korte to
instructor spins the racket dege,-mme who will serve
12A Ellen Gunderson helps badminton manager
12A Val Salancy put up a badminton net The 'ob
of a manager us a bug one and any assistance ns
for 12B Andree Gregory fi,-51,
'I'lB Marilyn Kennedy and 12A llene the sound of the gun they will be ol? and
Susock "get set", for a freestyle race. At swimming the best they know how.
'llB Sandy Zunich does a back dive,
while other swimmers watch her graceful
form. Diving is only one of the events it
is possible to enter.
Swimming timers, Mrs. Kay Godfrey, gym teacher, ancan, Miss Joan Hitchner, gym teacher, Dehlia Drag-
Rosalie Stellato, January graduate, Miss Alice Krug, one, January graduate, and l2As Carol Borgeson and
gym teacher, 'l2As Gretchen Wothe and Arlene Mihol- Julie Steinaway write down the results of a race.
12A Lois Miller takes the Pat Speiran, and 12B Arlyn Gar-
names of 'IIA Marsha Duza, 'I2A rison, CIS they Sign in Gt G swim-
Pat Brown, January Graduate ming meet.
12A Sandy Sharrar is
ready to take off at the
sound of the gun. Nine
Many old swimming records
are broken at the meet. Captain
of the winning team, January
Graduate Barbara Kosloski, con-
gratulates 'IOA Carolyn Olesko
after she wins the 50-yard free-
teams participated in the
swimming meet, with l3 to
15 girls on each team.
style. Others who broke records
are 'l2As Sal Owen and Judy
Mylnarowich, Barbara, January
Graduate Pat Speiran, and 'I2As
Terry O'Connell, Ilene Susock,
and Lois Miller.
12A Mary Jane Fowler, Janu- Grlxiously await the results of a
ary Graduates Abbie Sheren, Pat close race. They are all members
Abramson, l2As Pat Tutt, Rose- of the winning swimming team.
mary Konkoly, and Louise Yanke
January Graduate Joyce Dlugosz backs away as
Lillian Renka, January graduate, spikes the ball to
l'lA Judy Wilkas, 'IOA Joann Gehringer, l'lA Sandra
Onelio, llA Delphine Yoveft and llB Sharon
Refereeing the championship volleyball
SWCINSOFL game apparently requires solemnity. Miss
Krug grimly looks for fouls, Miss Valentine
alertly keeps score.
lOAs Pat Hale, Pat Rockefeller, Carolyn Rebel, second half of the volleyball game, while Adeline
Pat Raak, Judy Witucki, Virginia Zitney, Sharon Wioncek and Sue Roman, l0Asf PVUCHCG-
Vereb, and Diane Wasney anxiously await the
Dolores Koschella ,l2A, gives the ball
her attention iust before she whacks it
across the net in a powerful serve.
llA Lynn Trumble receives a set up from lOA
Jean Korie as l0As Judy Brusco and Carol Jones
and referee Gretchen Wothe l2A keep therr eyes
on the ball
Sandy Trmph Carole Zag teams and games are posted
wolskl and Karen Thompson on the bulletin board an the
lOAs check the schedule To gurls gym
see whom they play All the
'lOA Marilyn Dunbar get the Cherie Norton IS ready to
ball over the net to January assist If necessary
Gradua-Yes Nancy Wlllocks
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'IIA Delphine Yoveff and and June LaVine, as 'IOA
Ann Chryczyk, 'llA, tries to use a bounce pass Halleck and Sandy O'Dell, 1OAs, attempt to
to her teammates Barbara Domzalski irightl, and intercept and block the pass by guarding Ann
Mary Mierzwo urearl, llAs. Opponents Carole closely.
Judy Peterson, lOA, takes a center-
throw-in at the start of on intramural game,
attempting to hurl o good pass to one of
her fellow forwards.
Betty Lamarand, 'l'lAg Louise Blaney,
1lAg Joan Hubbard, HB5 and Marge
Longmate, l'lAg keep their eyes on a ball
high in the air. 40 teams are in the girls'
basketball intramurals this year.
Cathy Lutz, lOA, tosses a chest pass to
teammates from out of bounds, while
Sharrar, basketball manager, observes the
'IOA Linda Wrona awaits her turn to play.
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ln traditional fashion, the student council Sfages a get-acquainted dance to sfarf Sepfem-
ber off wifh a bang. The resulfs are evident when soff lights and sweet music find couples dancing
dreamily at our annual Fordson Day dance. Boys assume the expenses until the Sponge dance rolls
around, when flowers are handed to the boys and the BILLS to fhe girls. Highlighting our dance
schedule are the senior proms and fhe J-Hop, as fhe girls go 'all out' fo impress their dates with
soff, luscious new formals.
The happiness reflected onthe faces of the In the forefront are Joe Mlleto 118 and 970410079 QUCCD JGFIUCVY Gfddvdfe Val
Fordson Day queen and her court typnfies the Jeanne Zamblsky 'IOA Behind them are Bar FOff0 GOHY EYWGY 12A ond MUIIC KOIIOHQH
feeling of all who take part In the activities bara Pawhtz 12B Pat Abramson January A
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Football Co-captain Pete Peponis Val, while Co-captain Duke Davis is
has the pleasure of crowning Queen ready to assist, if necessary.
12B Shirley Putz enter-
tains with a pantomime.
Her interpretation of a
lunatic always brings a
laugh from Fordsonites
Many couples twirl gaily to the music
of Joe Kwaz and his band at the annual
Kouncil Kick-off. Everyone seems to be
enioying himself and getting acquainted
with new friends.
RIGHT: 12A Lois Prochoska serves re-
freshments to 12A Kathleen Janssen, her
date UA Doug Fendler, and 'IQB Rose
Brusco and her date, Bill Everett, a senior
at Sacred Heart. BELOW: Don Mittig, Jan-
uary graduate, Marsha Duszc and Anna
Nanas, 1iAs, Bob Greene, '55g Sherry
Wonders, HA, Bill Snider and Bill Wy-
man, 'I2Bs, and Louise Blaney, 'l'lA, ex-
change friendly chatter at the dance.
Linda Mcirzola and Joyce Peterson, dl-"'lh9 the l'DCm59l DVUQH- The b0YS
l0As, treat their dates, Eddie Wrona Ulfehd 57- AlPh0h5U5 high 5Ch00l-
and Harry Miller, to a little chatter
12A "Damsels Drag" their 12A dates, Ray Gryniewicz, Sandy Sharrar, and
Joyce Colwell, Bob Sassak, Val Salancy, Larry Zager share Cl lull in the music.
Dancers haven't a care in the world as
they waltz to the dreamy music of Roston
Clark and his orchestra at the senior prom
The elaborate decor of the Lovett Hall
adds to the gay affair.
ABOVE: Relaxing between dances
to enioy friendly conversation are
Jim Zolin, January graduate, Lucy
Poole, l0A, Frank Fundaro, January
graduate, and Leona Kloct, lOA.
ABOVE RIGHT: Mr. Joseph Arella,
local photographer, places Carol
Moore, January graduate, and Jack
Patterson, graduate of Dearborn
High, in the right position, so they
can have their picture taken at the
prom. RlGHT: Vivian Kemp and
Gene Olinik, of Chadsey High
School, and Marty Albrecht and
Richard Faes, l2As, stop dancing
long enough at the Senior prom to
get together for refreshments.
Douglas D,ouiHc,,d, January old Kloian, l2A, Dan Lentz, IIA,
graduate, Andy Loboclocky, 'l'lA, Dennis BOVCQI 1257 and 12A
Wayne Ferriby and George Dave Baker blend their voices
Corkins, January graduatesf Arn- in C 5009-
Above left: A tricky 109 number Above right: 12A Nieves Martin
is JCINUUVY GfGCll-'Cie M0fllYf1 gives her interpretation of a
Ruth's contribution ta the show. Spanish dange-
Joe Smuk, l2A, and Joe Gallo, 125, ad-lib
Sue Roman gives her campaign speech for a class
election. Seated behind her, also candidates, are Judy
Peterson, Judy Townsend, Judy Brusco, and Vicky Malic.
All are lOAs.
ABOVE: Fordson is the only school
in the metropolitan area which owns
a cinemascopic screen, Noon movies
have added attraction for those who
crowd the auditorium each lunch
hour. A few advance arrivals await
"Carmen .lones". RIGHT: Bruce Rit-
tenhouse, ilA, Keith McDonald,
HA, Chris Poulos, 'l2A, Jack Pol-
icicchio, i2A, ancl Homer Durocher,
HA, man the projector for the
showing of noon movies. Here they
gather around their favorite ma-
BELOW: The HON in "Oklahoma"
produces a stageful of-pursed
lips. The Concert choir is appear-
ing in an assembly program
which features the entire group,
small groups, and soloists sing-
ing popular music. LEFT: Bar-
bara Lover and Gwen Morrow,
l2As, accompany the Concert
choir during an assembly pro-
gram. Barb is a "fixture" at
assembly programs and dance
intermissions, where her ability
to play the piano and sing at
the some time fascinates aud-
'Goodbye My Fancy' proved popular among Fordsonrtes as last fall's all school play
Touches Of VOUTUHCG, C0medy, Gnd mystery lcepf us all anxious and delighted, while Val Forfa,
supported by a cast of characters, led the way to the exciting climax
Jeanne Lucas, 'IOA, and Bruce
Rittenhouse, VIA, reminisce with
Val Forfa, January graduate, and
Barry Kinder, HA, in Goodbye
Above left: Mr. Eugene
Baker, dramotics instructor,
discusses the script with
January Graduate Joyce
Dlugosz, student director.
Together they decide how
they might improve the
play. Right: As Lin-
da Leedy, 'I2A, enters the
room, Barbara Richards
January graduate, whirls,
and Dorothy Harhold, also
a January graduate, looks
Mary Anne Sossi
Mary Edna Aboud
Above: 128 Fran Doherty and
January Graduates Lillian Renko
and Nancy Willoclcs conscien-
tiously apply make-up to Barry
and l2A Jim Duran.
Right: Theresa Shaft, llA, Lor-
aine Mankus, HB, and Sherrill
Bell, i2B, laughingly put up a
bulletin board on stage for use
as a DFOD.
January Graduate Elaine 12A Bob Duke fit for his
Marzolo is obviously en- fole US OH elde"lY Qenlle'
ioying her task of making 'WGN-
lce cream is really a fav-
orite with Fordsonites. ln fact
Karen Goosby, lOA, Ccenterl
and Arnold Kloian, l2A, lleftl
purchase two cones apiece.
l0A Pat Ostrowski and 'l2B
Mike Dyke also enioy their
Friends exchange happy chatter over their
lunches. The hour-long lunch period gives
students plenty of time to relax with pals
between busy schedules.
Mrs. Lottie Konin, secre- a register tape with the
tary in charge of cash- help of Mrs. Laura Rogers,
register work checks over head of the cafeteria staff.
Working industriously are Eve-
lyn Chiado and Alice Johnson,
cooks, as they prepare celery to
be used in chop suey.
How could we ever survive wilhoul lhose
ianilors who so pafienlly repair fhe chairs
in which we lean loo far back? We acquire
fhis excess energy from our cooks who are
always ready wilh a hof meal, al lhe lime
of day when food is uppermosl in our minds.
School ianilors, Ted Sitarski glide gn Q chair so ihat if can
Gnd Cass GfOWk0WSkl, Yepair a be used the following day.
Halls and rooms after 3:30
get a "new lease on life" at
the hands of maintenance
men and women. A well-
stuffed waste basket in lower
C hall marks a meeting place
for Mrs. Josephine Colarossi,
Mrs. Monica Thomas and Mrs.
Mr Dorman Ardis princi. Social Science gnsymdorl of Mr, Robert Brazell, history their twin daughters, Colleen
GI .enioys the hamburger the fccuhy picnic lost foil. teacher, and his wife, Gene, and Kathleen. With them is
Denied by Mr Roy Parker take time out from the faculty their son Kevin.
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Beatrice Simmons, who is serving. ABOVE: Thanksgiving day
brings a name change for Miss Ernestine Barr, commercial
teacher and January '50 graduate. ln St. Alphonsus church she
becomes Mrs. Noel Khoury. LEFT: Mr. Donald Klein, social studies
teacher, and Mrs, Alice Locklin, study hall supervisor, members
ofthe committee which plans the annual activities banquet, check
the tentative banquet program.
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Rucki, Yanke, Moga, Smuk
Second Row: Rockefeller, Martin, Nolan, Lucas, Swaiian,
Brown, Wisdom, Wituclci, Polidori
First Row: George, Dowgiollo, Caldwell, Campbell, Sfempson
Zambisky, O'Krongly, Moore, Morse
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Third Row: Barca, Baker, Ruth, Nodarozny, Schroeder, Hub-
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Second Row: Shinsky, Carlson, Pollco, Alvarez, Kaven, Polkow
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First Row: Gallo, Lobodocky, Kinder, Van Assche, Koos, Ly
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Accompanisls: Morrow, Lover.
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But If arnves so qurckly the semors get to sell hardly
more than half a dozen elevator trclcets and catch
two lrttle well, you know at the the semor fountarn
Patncaa A Abramson Jam Autchnson Vnrgnl J Barbat
Alvin Bernqvq Eleanor Burcu Joan E Bodnar
Leonard A Brunette Myron Budmk Kenneth Campbell
Paul P Bosslo
Loren J Carter
Margaret Ann Coedy
Yvonne Joan Crang
Beverly Ann Downey
Wnllnam E Egan
Mano A Colaluco
Dehlua G Dragone
Santo M Evanoff
Vernon L Chantler
Elsle Louese Cole
Betty Lou Dean
Doug B Drouullard
Carl Chorlunan Marne Frances Cnpollettu Shurley Jean Coe
Shnrley Cole George E Corknns Leslne K Corney
Joyce Dlugosz Gerald H Dobrowolskn Nancy A Dolenga
Ball Eaton Steve Ecxe Ann Lounse Efantedes
Patrlcna A Fahey Lunda B Farr Gary L Fairfield
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Carol Louise Guffey
Mary Ruth Hull
Manlyn K Gallucca
Kathryn Rae Heuer
Arlene A Impern
Darlene Letty Flllpczak
Vwuan Lee Garcna
Janet L Haeger
Lorol E Herrder
Muchael Davnd Karbacz
Vczlentune C Forta
Barbara lee Gawel
Kenneth W Frntz
Dorothy Aluce Harhold
Sa y Hmer
Joan M Kay
Januce Irene Gronau
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Nancy Joan Malmky
Berry Mae Mmuelly
Errol E Koos
Carol A Moore
Gayle E Kung
Larry E Klackung
James D Meadows
Lawrence L McPhee
Arthur R MlChClIk
June M Lavlne
Harold David MacNellus
Gene Anthony Mnleto
UPPER LEFT l2As Wayne Ferrnby Mary Ann Popuel Rosalie Stellato
Norman Oppat and Jlm Blan untently read news magazunes as research
tor their sociology term papers UPPER RIGHT January Graduates
Dave Meadows and Tom Serre add to the festwnty ot the football season
by tymg balloons to the announcement booth LOWER LEFT June
LaVme Dottse Kopchua Dehlna Dragone and Marnlyn Galluccu January
graduates sxng a quartet number In the tall varnety snow LOWER
RIGHT Members at the Booster club decorate the stadlum for the
Eordson Day game Barbara Pteczarlca l'lA and Rosalne Stellato Ellen
Phulup and Soma Evanof? January graduates wrap colored straps af
crepe paper around the rarlrng
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Mary Ann Popuel
Marlene Nasfer Leonard Natlcowslu
George T O Donnell
John M Ronda
Carol Ann Neffensfrom Walter Newman
Ellen L Phll p
Gloria Ann Ruble
Ma rga ret Panaguohdes
Barbara Ann Richards
Fernando A Panepucca
Dorothy Ellen Polany
Patrucna G Spenran
Wnllnam M Shoemaker
Rosalse V Stellato
Rose Mary Vallone
Betty K Schmvdlun
Gloria Mane Skender
Nancy Santa Veltrl
Robert D Slowm
Torn Serre Ablgall Lynn Sheren
Robert D Snyder Rose Mary Sowmslu
Larry Tamburro Judnth Templm
Feusal A Turfe Tom Tutton
Mary Loulse Wallan Bull Whutmore
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January class officers Lllllan Renko
ireasurer Pal Abramson vlce president
Mary Sowlnskn durector Kathy Heuer dl
rector and Pat Spelran dlrector confer
about sensor prom plans Class sponsors
Mr Henry Lewls and Miss Clara Mae Beach
sfand by to offer suggesfuons
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last gab session before thenr fellow January graduates appear Tony
Guorgu fthnrd from rnghtl makes sure hrs name as on the program whsle
Jack Hanson Make Hadad John Golen Fred Klackmg Make Karbacz
and Gayle Kung lust talk or dream UPPER RIGHT January Graduate
Barbara Gawel stratghtens the cap of her classmate Joan Kay before
the ceremonies Thus IS also a good excuse for revealung a new wrust
watch LOWER LEFT Sensors receuvmg theur duplomas on Commencement
mght are lrterally mobbed by camera enthusuasts LOWER RIGHT
Mr Ray Schultz Englush teacher hands that all lmportant diploma to
Carol Guffy January graduate Her nuece Debra Logsdon class of
1974 IS charmungly unlmpressed by the great occasion
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TOP Mr Michael Savage erstwhile personal living teacher suggests
that four of his 12A students understand themselves Rose Moreno
Don Knamiller Bob Popp and Marne Nabozny scan the pamphlet
different meanings of a word to T2As Roy Stevens Bob Torz and
Robert Wimmer LOWER RIGHT Dorothy Bolcxk 'l2A finds humor in
an English textbook Mrs Marion Fisher English teacher shares the
fun with other 'l2As Joe Witt Mary Hudson and Ed Gandolfo
titles. LOWER LEFT: Mrs. Gertrude Bos, librarian, is explaining the
ABOVE LEFT Eeleen Lewallen Russel Osborne Kay Smlth and Bob
Schuster Y2As get thelr attendance cards at the beginning of study hall
penod Mr Everett Hull study hall and mdustrnal teacher keeps hrs
eye on them ABOVE RIGHT Mrs Mary Garxng Cseatedt a school
secretary goes over credxts to be sure that Ruth Dobrotka 12A IS ready
to graduate In June Twelfth graders are kept posted on their credits
twuce durmg theur Iast year at Fordson BELOW Pct De Land Judy
Wagner Sandy Sharrar and Rosemary Konkoly l2As find that the
gnris gym OHICC IS a cozy spot for chatting or for doing homework
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Wrth then' hrst grasp of the coveted drploma, they hold more
than a document of accomplishments, they hold a heart
full of remember whens How could any of us
ever forget? W couldn t
Thomas P Andrews
Norma E Antonuccl
Gerald D Allen Chrnstlne Kay Anderson
Tony F Aquino Janet Attee
Arthur Basal Jummne Beasley
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Dorothy M. Bolak
Mariorie Anne Bufalini
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Pauline Kay Bullis
Joseph A Bellottle
Kenneth E Bogrowskn
Anne Marie Bruce
Tumothy Ralph Blssell
James D Boka
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Armand E Cascardo
Elva Jean Cavell
Joyce Ann Calwell
Patncta A Certo
Stella C Chryczyk
Claude S Colantom
Charles W Cormgh
Sue Ann Davtdson
Chasteen Shetla K Chotterton
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Robert J Donnelly
James H Duren
Norman R Endahl
Vlolet Mary Ferrera
Charles M Doss
Thomas E Draus
Ronald W Edmonds
Mary Jane Fowler
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muhtary requurements Joe Skansgar 12A checks Army mformatnon
wnth Mr Emul Cont: mathematucs teacher and counselor for mllutary
aftaurs Fordson s oftuce for such assustance ns lo ated at the end of the
student lounge BELOW Homeroom peruod as a tume for checkung three
year attendance records l2As Nnck Pntsrllos Marne Pataka Terry
Plonlca and Larry Plusko learn from Mrs Norma Hall commercual
teacher that Nucl: s record as good Employers End the attendance cards
valuable when they want to hnre students after graduatlon
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12A gnves needed Information to her counselor Mrs Mary Beauchamp
for her sponge dance guest pass whale her gurl frnend 12A Theresa
Fuclle helps LOWER RIGHT A sly mave ln checkers IS eagerly
anhclpated by 12A Joan Mleszczur Her opponent 12A Sylvia Smlth
not so enthusnastnc The gurls are playnng the game at evennng recreotuon
a program sponsored by the Cuty of Dearborn and held twice weekly
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good for dancing at the "Damsel Drag". UPPER RIGHT: Sandy Joszwick,
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Donald D Garbarz
Joseph A Furdak
Patrlcla B Gorruck
Danford H Harlan Sandy Harvey
Margaret M Gelss
Donna Lee Growe
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Michael Humitz Carol Husak Nick Husak Pat Jablonslu Alice Jacques
Geraldine Jason Bill Johnson Sondra Jozwick Michael Judaszewski Carole Jurincic
Barbara Anne Katona Noel Keane James Owen Kearney Fred Keerl Arthur L, Kennedy
Marian Kish Marilyn Kizer Dorothy Klacking Don Knamiller Patricia Kokot
Mary Catherine Hughes
Kathleen Ann Janssen
Rosemary Konkoly Barbara Korona
Juanita Krass John Joseph Kurnlk
Lando Leedy Madonna Leroux
Beverly Llsfwan Angelo Llzzlo
Gerald McBride Charles McConnell
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Betty Kay LaPrame
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meeting of 12A class oHncers and sponsors Muss Elsue Frentag and Mr
Muchael Megreguan counselors discuss the prom wnth Bud Hebets 'on
desk durector Claude Colanton: vuce presldent Bob Duke treasurer
Mary Jane Fowler durector Pat Tutt secretary and Sandy Sharrar
director Presudent Ed Perpuch as at basketball practice LOWER LEFT
Mr Charles Lehman related scnence teacher demonstrates an expen
ment for the class wuth the and of 'I2As Frank Lawn and Tum Blssell
LOWER RIGHT Mrs Elinor Baker lnbrarlan glves assistance to l2As
Jo Ann Durham and Gerry Erway as they look up a book trtle IH the
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UPPER LEFT Gwen Morrow 'l2A accompanist for school and outslde
muslcal groups plays Fordsons organ durmg an assembly program
She sheds her shoes so that her feet wont slap of? the long wooden
pedals UPPER RIGHT l2As Carl Moser Don Garbarz and Bruce
MacQueen want as Barbara Korona also l2A okays their library permit
sngned by Mrs Aluce Locklm LOWER LEFT Durmg the mornnng boys
gather In lower B hall bloclung mann stairs to chat about school news
and ofcourse gurls LOWER RIGHT Nlck Pallse Crxghtl 12A gnves one
of the frnendshnp plctures whlch trademark the graduatmg class to
Barbara Lawrence Ccenterl lOA Gerry Sadrack lOA admnres the photo
cards. Meanwhile, l2As Marie Menniti and Lois Miller get their excuses
Marie A. Pataka
John J. Ozuch
James Edward Payette
Edward Lee Perpich
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Richard Plngalley Nick Pltsullos
Fred Pollard Conme Lou Poole
Lois Emile Prochaska Marllyn Ann Ramos
Frank Renko Charles Renme
Thomas Riley MCFY RINYG
Larry C Plnsko
Richard l. Reuter
Geraldme Pohlonskn Jack Pollcncchno
Chrus Poulos Paulo R Powers
Judy Reaume Tom Rector
Alfred Rnch Ruchord Rneger
Mary Rowe Marlene E Ruckl
Katherine V. Ruggirello
Sandra Lee Sharrar
Gwendolyn Kay Smith
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Brenda F. Saari
Joseph E. Smuk
William H. Schudlich
Joseph G. Skaisgir
Ar ene J. Snider
Valerie Joan Salancy Robert D. Sassak
Pat Schumacher Donald Schwartz
Edward W. Skicki
Martin M. Shakar
Anthony Nick S9040
Peggy Lou Swartz
Patricia A. Ton
Robert E. Utsman
Julie Ann Steinaway
Eileen Patricia Taylor
Ann Marie Teschk
TOP Many toplcs and protects occur In Engllsh 8 but the term
paper stands out tn 'IZA memorues Here Stanley Glaza Penny Lystnger
front row' Phullup Peters and Allen Settles copy notes for theur papers
BELOW LEFT Lots Prochasko IZA checks her Instrument before class
locker and Clunton Lewus IZA reaches for an Instrument on the top
shelf BELOW RIGHT Beverly Edwards chats wth o fellow 'IZA Chrns
Anderson whsle she wants for her to sort through her mnnratore lrbrory
for the books shell need In her rnornung classes
as Jean Walden, 'l2A, looks on. Joe Smulc, I2A, peers into his bond
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UPPER LEFT Weldnng students Arthur Basul Vac DAgostlno Bxll
SPIYOH and Don Knamlller all l2As learn to shear a piece of sheet
metal under the supervlsuon of Mr Paul Luoma mdustrual Instructor
UPPER RIGHT l2A Frank Chnmento us shown signal tracing a receiver
rn electrlc shop as Ed Graham l2A Mr Kenneth Howard Instructor
and Len Nag: 12A watch BELOW Band members 10B Wendy Nelson
and l2As Jerry McBride Jnm Payette and Don Baldwm flnd the band
room a most engoyable place to spend their free time before school
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Patricia E. Woodruft
Barbara Jean Yopek
Judy Kay Zell
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Martin Wlldauer Marlone Wlltz
Gretchen Wothe Judith Wright
Sharon Zadra Larry Zager
Abdullah Richard 2 154
Abflud Mary Edna 66 68 134
Abraham Marilyn 20 27 6 13
Abramson Pat 12 109 116 144
Acord Danny 104
Acord Douglas 21
Acord Tyrone 40 154
Adams Mr Dick 90
Adams Paul 90 13161
Adltison Judith 24
Agrusa Frances 23 36 48
Arello Frank 172
Aitchison Jim 144
Albrecht Marlene 121 54
Alford Edward 30
Judy 49 2
Alvarez Sylvia 132
Anderson Christine 82 154 170
Anderson Joyce 40 5 154
Andrako Barbara 106
Andrews Thomas 65 154 172
Antalilc Barbara2 154
Antonucci Norma 151
Rosalie 45 12
Tony 60 97 134 154
Aragona Rosina 34 35
Wir Dorman 16 128
Mr oseph 121
Joe 32 61
Joyce 21 132
Janet 69 154
Barbara 29 154
Beverly 29 154
Bach lngolf 82 101 134
Bacilla Vicky 23
Dave 122 154
Mrs Eleanor 164
Wir 1'ugene 68 124
Baldwin Donald 70 137 154
Mrs Anna 75
Nlrs Mary 75
Jim 136 144
Mr. Theodore 23
Arthur 154 159
Jean 27 144147
Beach Miss Clara Mae 128 129
Beasley, Jimellia 74 154
Beauchamp Mr. John 29 128
Beauchamp Mrs. Mary 128 159
Beck Charlotte 106 155
Becks Sharon 20
Beddow Mr. llerber -
Bedoway, Bob 155
Bell Sherrill 1.5
Bello Dorothy 29 144
Bellottie Joseph 155
Bernava Alvin 144
Bernock Allan 2
Berringer Judy 27 155
Berry Nazar 99
Bibeau Mrs. Mary I
Bice Miss Elizabeth 16 128
Biestek Mi-5, Gladys 34 50
Bihary Ray 22 155
Bill Pat 41
Bilsky Frank 92
Birau, Eleanor 144
Bird Carol 35
Bissell, Elizabeth 36,53
Bissell, Timothy 155,
Blahovec, Karen 52
Blan, Jim 134 146,155
Blaney, Dave 31,155
Blaney Louise 87,113 113
Bleyaert, Barbara 19,67
Bleyaert, William 39
Blum Joan 13
Bobmac Robert 20
Bobovslci Blll 22 5
Bobrovuskx Kenneth 31 155
Bodlnus Janice 58 155
Bobnar Joan 144
Bohn Betty 19 155
Boka ames 155
Bolak Dorothy 152
Bolthouse Jean 83
Borca Dennis 122 132
Borgeson Carol 23 108
Borland Margaret 62
Bos Mrs Gertrude 152
Bossio Paul 30 145
Bourke Pat 155
Boutet Robert 155
Jim 60 130
1-.d 131 144
Sir Carl 129
Mr Robert 128
Brettschneider Carolyn 127
Mrs Helen 5
Marie Louise bl 132
Pat 19 25 109 155
Nlr Ray 29
Mr Rex 80 81129
William 17 26
Brozovich Richard 22 64
Bruce Anne Marie 34 155
Brunette Len 89 130 144
Bruno Lucille 74 80 132
Brusco Judy 75 111 122
Brusco Rose 36 118
Brusseau John 155
Budnik Niyron 144
Huffington Jim 61 93
Bullis Pauline 34 35
Bunnell Sharon 52
Bunse Nancy 62
Burck Bill 132
Burnaska Allan 5 55
Burrel Nhss Dorothy 17
Busch Kayleen 132 136
Bushamie Allie 8183
Caldwell Rolly 132
Calkins Mr. Donald 26
Callaway Julia 63
Calvin Carol 32
Campbell Kenneth 144
Campbell Marilyn -14,134 155
Campbell Roberta 7 2
Canfield Ruth 2
Capen Jeanine 155
Patrolman A. F. 38
Mr. Michael 44
Carothers William 17
Carrig Charles 155
Carson Tom 130
Carter James Edward 35
Carter Jim 90 130
Carter Loren 144
Caruso Frances 48
Cascardo Armand 156
Cassisa John 30 61
Catherman Mr. Russell 94
Cavell Jean 156
Ceckiewicz, Ken 144
Cempura Robert 144
Cerro, Patricia 156
Cetnar Dan 88,130 145
Chadwick, Norma 79
Chaklosh, Sandra 62
Chambers Mr. Bruce 26
Champlin Margaret 145
Chantler, Vernon 145
Chapel, Tom 20,101
e crowd of cz basketball game be for a much needed point All but two
comes olmost proyerful as Fordson tries eyes are on the free throw
Chapskr Jan 90 105 130 156
Charlick Nlr LeRoy 129
Chasteen Dorothy 156
Chatterton Sheila 58 156
Chiado Evelyn 48 127
Chiado Patricia 67 156
Chrmento Frank 156 171
Chorlian Carl 145
Chryczyk Ann 112
Chryczylt Stella 156
Ciavaglia Carmela 62 132
Cinowa Dennis 101 134
Cipoletti Vlarie 23 145
Ciuk Jim 93
Clark Martin 33
Clark Terry 131
Claucherty Miss Elizabeth
Clayton Annette 19 156
Clough Carol 48
Coe Rosalie 39
Coe Shirley 145
Coedy Margaret 145
Cole Elsie 145
Cole Robert 60 99
Claude 60 91,130 156
Cole Shirley 145
Coleman Mariann 33 66 156
Colton Terry 31
Colwell Joyce 119 156
Conti Mr. Emil 158
Cook Dale 136
Cook Dorothy 156
Cook Michael 61
Miss Dorothy 129
George 122 145
Leslie 40 145
Cosner, LaVonne 156
raddock Ralph 104
Craddock, Virginia 78
raig, Joan 25,145
ramer, Mr. Norman 81,129
Cripps, Mr. esse 17
Crisan, Cornelia 87
Cross, Mr. Elden 28
Cross Mr Harold 129
Cross James 156
Cseh B111 103 134
Cummins, 'Vlr Eugene 48
Curran Mr Walter 26
Curry George 21 67 136
D Agostino Vic 171
Dalla Vecchra Diana 66
Dalla Vecchia James 61
Damacus Lillian 145
Daniel Janet 19 48
Danowski Stanley 156
Daubenmeyer Don 22 156
Davidson Sue 72 156
Davis Dulce 88 117 135 156
Davis, Mr Frank 26
Davis Virgil 20 103 134
Dec Kenneth 135 156
DeHeus Mr. John 39
Dein Betty 145
DeJoseph Marge 132 157
Deland Pat 46 49 106 157
Delano Kathy 29 157
Dembowski Richard 27 136
DeNoon Jim 23
Devyak Bob 19 136
Didyk Mike 131
Diehl Janice 54
Dimcheff Don 90 130
Dimoff Victoria 27 45 4
DiVincent Anita 27
DiVito Tony 157
Dlugosz oyce 110 124 145
Dlugosz Tom 95 103 134
Dobrotka Ruth 153 157
Doherty Frances 53 125
Doindis Chris 30
Dolenga Nancy 145
Dobrowolske Gerald 145
Domzalski, Barbara 79,112
Donnelly Robert 70,157
Donnelly, Sharon 32,151
Doolittle, Pat 34
Doss Charles 68 137,157
Dotson, Mr. Matthew 30
Dowgiallo Patricia l9,48,13
Downey, Beverly 145
Downey, Marilyn 75 87
Doyle, Robert 130
Emil 20 60 134
Delphine 124 132 157
Rosemary 36 49 59 77
Dragan, Drcky 92
Dragone, Dehlia 108 145 1
Draus Thomas 157
Drews Ronald 20
Dnese Mrs Ne11e18
Droullard Doug 122 145
Drourllard Jean 23 157
Duke Robert 61 112 134
Dull Beverly 26
Dunbar Marilyn 111
Duquette Ron 23
Duran im 68125 157
Durham oAnn 164
Durnian Mary 48
Durocher Homer 123
Dusza Marsha 109 118
derski Alfred 157
Dyke Mike 57 138
Dyke Ronald 41
Dzwonkowski Mary 157
Eastwood Mrs. Hilda 20
Eaton Bill 81 145
Ecie Steve 145
Ronald 102 157
Beverly 157 170
Efantedes Ann 145
Egan William 40 145
Eilers Carole 36
Eix Larry 71
Elhaje Mary Ann 54
Eliot! Donald 20
Elliott Ed 157
Endahl Norman 25 60 157
Erickson Mr. John E. 59
Ericson Mrs. Gene 59
Erway Geraldine 35 116 117 157
Erway Shirley 157
Erzthaler Barbara 20 137
Evanoff Geneva 6
Evanoff Sonia 67 145 146
Evans Don 145
Everett Bill 118
Fedoryshyn Mrs. Kathryn 1
Faes, Richard 121 157
Fahey, Patricia 145
Failor, Mr. Harvey 17
Fair, Linda 27,145
Fairfield Gary 145
Falkiewicz, Barbara 157
Fayz Fred 146
Fendler, Douglas 61,118
Ferns, Donald 157
Konwerskt Richard 23 31210614 R1Cl12-fd Z3
Ferrante, Louis 93
Ferrera, Violet 29,157
Ferriby, Wayne 122,146
Fiedler, Marie 26
Filipczak, Darlene 52,146
Mrs. Marion 152
Fitqaatriclt, Mr. Louis 129
Fleming, Audrey 27
Flowers Geraldine 26
Fordell Pat 21
Foreman Donna 59 157
Forfa Valentine 116 11 24
Forge Alex 77 89 131
Foster Mr Don 25
Fowler M ohn 92 93 131
Fowler Mary Jane 109 157 164
Frank Ron 77
Fraser Judy 73 136
Freitag Miss Elsie 164
Fritz Kenneth 40 146
Frocillo Armento 40 160
Fucile Theresa 159 160
Fundaro Frank 121 146
Furdak Joseph 160
Furtani Gerald 146
Furmanek Mary Ann 73 136
Gabel Frances 26 66
Gabel Rwmond 160
Gagliardi Bob 30
Galda Ronald 21
Gallo Joseph 122 132
Gallucci Marilyn 146
Gandolfo Eddie 152 160
Garbarz Don 160 165
Garbarz ames 18
Garcia Vivian 146
Garing Mrs Mary 153
Garltcki Frank 160
Garrick Pat 160
Garriott Jerry 160
Garrison Arlyn 21 62 109
Gastorek Gerry 75
Gawel Barbara 146 147 151
Gee Judith 64
Gehrmger JoAnn 110
Geiss Margaret 31 160
George Ethel 81 132
George James 160
Georgieff Nadja 67
Gerlica Ronald 24
Giancola David 137
Gilhuly Janet 35 160
Gilsbach Audrey 38 160
Gtorgt Frank 134
Giorgt Tony 97 98 134 147
Glaza Stanley 170
Glenn Jacqueline 160
Goch Barbara 36
Godfrey Mrs Kay 55 108
Golen ohn 146 147 151
Goodall Jackie 25 160
Goodrich Louis 93
Goosby Karen 67 68 132 133
Gorman Bill 103 134
Graham Edward 160 171
Grant Roger 30
Grantham Barbara 160
Gray Richard 160
Green Donald 25 69 95 137
Greene Bob 118
Gregory Andree 50 107 13
Gretner Mauro 160
Griffin Nancy 74 13
Grigg Shirley 160
Grodus Richard 92
Groh Richard 160
Gronau Janice 146
Grondziak Patricia 36 59
Gowe Donna 136 160
Growkowski Cass 127
Grucella Patricia 56
Grynxewicz Raymond 18 68
Grzesltowslrr Chester 137
Guffy Carol 146 147 151
Guido Marie 26 53
Gunderson lzllen 19 43 107 160
Gurmgk Ronald 32
Hadad, Mike 146,147,151
Haddad, Helen 40,160
Hadwin, Richard 104
Haeger, Janet 146
Hale, Patricia 19
Hall, Mrs. Norma 158
Halleck, Carol 106,112
Halleen, Richard 98,134
Hamel, Mr. John 31,69,147
Hamilton, Mr. Gilbert 71
Hampton Hal 97
Hanewald Richard 134
Hansen Jack 146 147 151
Harhold Dorothy 124 146
Dan 61 159 160
Frank 38 6
Hayward Yvonne 146
Hebets William 101 117
Herr Kathy 33 146 150
Held Mr Charles 68
Hemenway Joan 64 161
Hendricks Kay 19 161
Hendrixon Dale 70 137
Herider Lorol 146
Hermenau Judy 39
Hernandez Mary 20 161
Hilkowsltl Ralph 18 57
Hill Mr Everett 153
Hill Rtchard 20 136
H111 Sharon 146
Htner Sally 146
Httchner Miss Joan 50 55
Hockstem Mr Ted 57
Hockstem Ted 52
Hodges, Ann 54 67
Holmes Carol 36
Honey Gerald 25 95
Mr Kenneth 30 171
oan 34 62 87 132
Mary Ellen 52
John 102 134
Hull Mary 146
Humitz Michael 41 161
Hunsicker Miss Marion 129
Hurley Judith 48
Husak Caroline 161
Husak Nicky 161
Hutchinson Marie 69
Hyde B111 61 131
laconts Mary Theresa 67
laqutnto Rose Marte 47 87
Imperi Arlene 146
Jablonski Pat 136 161
Jach Mr Garvase 94 131
Jacobs B111 37
Jacobson Carol 39 53
Jacques Alcie 75 161
Janssen Kathleen 118
Jarvxs Emily 67
Jason Geraldine 161
Jaszczynskx Diana 78
ennrngs Sandra 36
ewett Roxy 135
Jewula Ntrgtnia 35
ohnson Alice 127
Johnson Bill 161
Johnson Keith 24
ones Bill 23
Jones Carol 111
Jones Charles 22
Jozwxck Sandy 159161
Judaszewslrt Michael 161
Jurtncic Carole 161
Kalis Mina 132
Kalusnrak John 64
Kanat Paul 136
Karapetian Margaret 161
Karbaca Michael 146 14 151
Karoub Judy 75
Karshneski Carol 26
Kastl David 146
Katona, Barbara 73,137,161
Katona, Mr. Joseph 65
Katsakis, George, 136
Kavan, Jackie 132
Kay, Joan 45,1-56,147,151
Keane, Maureen 74
Keane, Noel 40,161
Kearney, James 161
Keebler, Charles 134,136
Keebler, Marilyn 146
Keepen Mike 23,131
Keerl Fred 161
Keezer Rosemarie 36
Keller Bill 103 134
Kendall Robert 14
Kennedy Arthur 56 103 134 161
Kennedy Marilyn 108
Kenney Sharon 161
Kernosek Kathleen 41
Kerr Dan 26
Khoury Mrs Ernesttne 5b 128
Killian 1Nancy 147
Kinder Barry 68 81 124 132
Ga le 14 151
Krwalt oan 64
Kizer Marilyn 161
F ed 33 14 151
Larry 40 147
Kleitch Jack 147
Kloct Leona 121
Klotan Arnold 122 134 138
Klopcic Janice 147
Knamiller Don 152 161 171
Knight lyorman 172
Kohs Mary Ellen 36
Koltot Patricia 18 33 161
Kolar Kathleen 161 172
Kolasa Daniel 29
Kolasa Elaine 34 68
Kolcheff Elaine 52 63 134
Kolyonen Linnea 19
Kolyonen Marla 21 116 117
Komer Pat 59
Kontn Mrs Lottie 127
Konkoly Rosemary 44 109 153
Koos Errol 147
Koos Judy 79 80 132
Kopchra Dorothy 146 147
Kopp Mr Sam 128
Kortles Tom 13
Korona Barbara 5 162 165
Korte Al 60 90 130
Korte e n 10 111
Koschelia Dolores 35 106 110
Kosloski Barb 109 147
Koss Gloria 21 7 134
Kovacs Dennis 20 57 71
Kowalski Judith 29 64
Kraai Mr Ernest 30
Kroetsch Carol 162
Kroltk Larry 167
Kross uanita 162
Krug Miss Alice 36 49 50 10b
Patricia 4145 53
Barbara 71 41
John 89 90131162
im 61 101 4
Lal-te Judy 162
Lake Sandra 137 162
Laltk Lottie 45
Lamarand Betty 8 113
Lancina Roger 56 95 11 134
Lancuski Barbara 57
La Pointe Korman 134
LaPrairxe Betty 62 82 167
Laurie Shirley 41
Laune June 111 14614
Lawrence Barbara 165
Lawrence Paul 4161
Donna Soloncy 12A hands Pete Verovich HA
some chemistry lab equipment Jim Splllon Ccenterl
'HA thinks the lor contouns lust what he needs
Lawrey Frank 162 164
Lea Mike 112 134
Lee Jerry 19
Leedy Linda 124 162
Lehman Mr Charles 164
Lentz Daniel 122
Leroux Madonna 162
Letsche Mr Bill 101 130 134
Lewallen Eileen 18 153 16
on ski Bill 162
Lewis Clinton 13 1 O
Mr Henry 150
Gerald 31 162
Mr Hilmar 53
e Shirley 162
Listwan Beverly 34 162
Lizzio Angelo 61 4
Llewellyn Don 167
Lobodocky Andrew 21 87 7
Locanto Gerry 5
Lock Barbara 1
Locklin Mrs Alice 178 165
Logsdon Debra 151
Lombard Miss June 29 62 179
Longmate Marge 36 87 113
Loyer Barbara Ann 62173 137
Lucas Jeanne 68 4124137
Luna Andy 89 130 134 167
Luna Michael 92 93
Luoma Mr Paul 1 1
Lutz Kathy 113
Lyle Shirley 66
Lyman Mrs Mildred 32
Lysinger Penny 67 b7 132 162
Maah Carolyn 33
MacDonald Keith 31 57
Mactag Barbara 28 57
MacMillan Mrs Margaret 21
MacNellis Beverly 54
MacNe111s Dave 60 130 14
MacQueen Bruce 91 130 162 165
McBride Gerald 67 82 137 162
McCall Ruth 129
McClure Daud 30
McConnell Charles 162
McConnell Mary 54
McCormick Tom 127
McDonald Keith 123
Mclzrlain Patricia 48
McGrew Martin 147
McGruther Marjorie 55 162
Mclntyre Jim 60 96 135 167
Mclntire Robert 18
McKinstry Nancy 18 14
McNab Duncan 131 14
McNamara Michael 22 134
Mc'Namee James 14
Mcl-'hee Gary 131
Mcl-'hee Lawrence 14
Madaffer Anthony Z3 167
Maddox Kathy 36 9132
Maddox Kenneth 95
Mains Rtchard 95 104 163
Malcheski Patricia 163
Ma xc Nicky 172
Tony 72 163
Loraine 62 175
Christine 32 179
Marcantonia Maria 129
Marchxn Clementine 163
Marcuccillt Anna 163
Marinuccr Jane 129
Marinucci ohanna 36
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room the proper way to fill out cords once each semester
sophte 20 52
Nteves 67 122
Martmak Mr Rudolph
Martxno Sam 60 78 90
Massa Phyllts 163
Masura Russell 21
Mtttxg Donald 29 118
Mrttxg Jack 103 134
Mlynarowlch Judy 89 106
Mlynek Nancxe 51
Moellmen Ed 23
Moga Peter 132 137
Molesky Gerry 34
Monberg, Roy 31 134 163
Monln Martlyn 132
Marley Mr Ted 129
Mattern, Carolyn 163
Matthews lrene 46 47 106 163
Matus, Jo Ann 54 55
Mattson Barbara 24 83
Meadows James 146 147
Meadows Josephxne 53
Mealbach Brenda 58 163
Mealbach Wtllram 26 33
Megreglan Mr Mrchael 87 88 94
Mendolta Elvera 76 127
Menntn Marte 163 165
Mertus John 95 104 163
Messtna Lewrs 60 93 104
Metzgar, Margaret 27
Metzger John 92
Mxcale Concetta 132 163
Mrchalrk Arthur 147
Mrchnewxcz Gerald 29 57
Mxerzwa Mary 112
Mleszczur Joan 159 163
Mrfsud, Paulrne 29
Montre Lawrence 89 97 131
Carol 106 121 147
Jack 90 99 130
Karen 38 163
Rose 152 163
Margaret 66 163
Rtta 40 166
tck Mary 66
Sandy 51 72
James 88 90 130
Gwendolyn 123 132
Robert 27 136 166
Carl 56 60 130 166
Mlleto Gene 88 90
Mrholancan Arlene 46 86
Mxholancan Sylvia 0
Josephine 19 116
Mr Lawrence 129
Lots 109 163 165
Mrke 70 132
Mtnrelly, Betty 52,147
Mroduch Robert 27
Mxstolek, John 117
Moser Dale 60 92
Mouldtng Frank 147
Mozol Lmda 106
Mueller Karl 83 134 137
Myers ack 147
Myshock, Stanley 147
Nabozny Marne 152
Nadorozny Dave 29 132
Nadorozny Tom 166
Nagl Leonard 166 171
Nagy Ella 45 53,77
Narbert, Gerald 33
Nanas, Anna 28,118,150
Naster Marlene 150
Natkowskr Lawrence 32 101
Natkowskl Len 88 90 130 150
Nebel Mr Howard 64
Neerrng Mtss Thomastne 24 75
Nelsen Wendy 171
Nettenstrom Carol 40 150
Newman Walter 150
Nxblett Mona 129
Nrcholas Connxe 45 52
Ntcholas Shxrley 52
Nlchols Fred 57 131
Ntckels Bxll 23 150
Nrckoloff John 90
Nremxec Martlyn 28
Nreporte Jerry 102 164
Nolan Emrly 132
Nolff Mtlton 61 89 131
Norton Cherxe 47 111
Isoztka John 103 134
Oberg Roger 99
O Connell John 25
O Connell Theresa 109
O Connor Thomas 33 150
0 Dell sandy 112
O Donnell, George 150
O Krongly Judith 132 166
Olesko Carolyn 86 107
Oltver Dtanne 34 53
Ollrkoxnen Marrlyn 66
Olsen Mr Robert 90 129 130
Onelto Sandra 110
Opella Mary Ann 20
Optmach Mrke 23
Opolskt Frank 166
Oppat Norman 146 150
Osborn Russell 31 153 166
Ostrowskr, Pat 138
Osterberg Mr James 105
Otto Vtctcr 166
Owen Sally 51 109 166
Owen Susan 166
Ozuch John 166
Palrse, Nick 135 165 166
Palrse, Nrck 30
Palrse, Nxck 92,117
Palrse Phrl 24
Palko Eleanor 132 166
Palmer Don 83
Pancherr Bonnte 66
Papalxa Domrnrc 166
PHPP Janet 35 121
Papp Robert 152
Papp Tom 104 131
Parker Mr Ray 128
Parpart Kenneth 166
Parrts Nlrs Lnllran 76 175
Pataka Marte 158 166
Pawlttz Barbara 116
Payette James 83 95 136 166
Peck Raymond 93
Pelaccro Sylvta 166
Pell Dave 37
Pelletter Fay 150
Pelz Donna 166
Pence Gary 137 166
Pendley Marte 29 166
Peponls Pete 88 117 131 150
Peretto John 86 104 131 166
Perptch Ed 90 96 134 166
Peshkopta Rose 39
Peters Phxllrp 166 170
Peterson Joyce 67 76 119
Peterson J dy 76 112 122
Peterson Ray 166
Petrsh A1 23
Petxsh Barbara 39
Petoskey James 18 150
Petroslrt Alrce 27 62
Pfaffman Barbara 28
Pflager Mr John 60
Phtltp Ellen 86 146 150
Phrllxps Ted 24
Ptcklo Howard 166
Prngxlley Richard 167
Prper B111 101 134
Prtstllos Nxck 158 167
Plxsko Larry 158 167
Plonlta Ronald 150
Plonka Theresa 34 158 167
Pohlonskt Geraldrne 167
Polxctcchxo ack 123 167
Polldort Raymond 60 92 132
Polkowskx ane S3 77 132
Pollard Frank 61 88 104 134
Pollard Fred 70 104 131 167
Ponto Gerald 23
Poole Connne Lou 33 167
Poole Lucy 121
Pope Robert 61
Popxel Mary Ann 146 150
Popoff Greg 112 134
Popoff Mxke 134
Popovxch Helen 167
Posptchal, Leo 64
Poston Wayne 83
Potts Nancy 32 167
Poulos Chris 123 167
Presley Donna 67
Prxsczarka Barbara 146
Prochaska Helen 52 66
Prochaska Lots 49 118
Proctor Jrm 88 89 150
Provme John 99 137
Putz Justtna 8183 137
Putz Shrrley 118
Qumn Maureen 19
Ramas Marxlyn 167
Randall Mr Clyde
Ravencraft Kenneth 31 167
Ray Carl 71
Ray Frank 150
Rea Thomas 37
Reaume Janet 167
Reaume Judy 40 167
Rector Tom 167
Redman Gloria 28
Reed Agatha 124
Reed Jon 20 32 137
Rehwxnkel Barbara 20 82 83 137
Renko Frank 32 167
Renko Ltlltan 32 110 125 150
Rennxe, Charles 167
Renton, Howard 24
Renter, Richard 167
Rlce Nlarrlyn 29
Rice Penelope 167
Rlch Alfred 167
Richards Barbara 32 124 150
Rtecks Mrs Katherine 26
Rleger Richard 167
Rlley Tom 167
Rrnglespaugh Mr John 129
Rxnker Dave 3
Rxnna Mary 16
Rxsh Gerald 105
Rittenhouse Bruce 123 124
Rrzer Robert 21 95
Robbs Pamela 28 41 167
Roberts Elmer 150
Roberts Mrss Nlartlyn 59 129
Roberts Parrtcxa 29 167
Rocco Jrm 150
Rockefeller Prtscxlla 132
Rogers Mrs Laura 7
Roll Mr Carl 39
Roman Suzanne 21 122
Romano Marina 150
Romanow Mr John
Rondl John 30 150
Rooks Judy 23 5166
Rosbury Mary Ann 66
Rowe Mary 167
Rubrkas Patrrcla 35
Ruble Glorxa 150
Ruckt Marlene 132 167
Rudell Carol 35
Rudolph Marcella 29
Ruggerllo kathy 34 167
Russo Ltllre 39
Ruth Kenneth 132
Ruth Marrlyn 122 150
Ryan James 168
Saarx Brenda 168
Sadrack Gerry 165
Salancy Donna 168 174
Salancy Valerie 107 119 168
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Salo Gerald 136
Sanchez Alphonse 150
Sanders Jay 136 151
Santra Drego 151
Sassak Robert 23 119 168
Saucedo Carlos 24
Saucedo Jerry 25
Saukko Shirley 168
Savage Mr Mtchael 152
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Schaft Roy 32 168
Schertzer John 23
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Schroeder Judy 132
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Schultz George 151
Schultz Mr Ray 147 151
Schumacher Patrrcta 168
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Schwartz Donald 168
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Scott Theresa 54 76
Seavttte oan 22 168
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Setfert Paul 64
Sellen Nanette 168
Selwa Robert 71
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Settles Allen 168 170
Shafer Darwin 31 168
Shaft Theresa 51 125
Sandra 49 109
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Sherman Lynn 60
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Shnnsky Curt 132
Shxskoff Joan 82
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Shoemaker Wrllram 136 151
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Ta1t Maybelle 66
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Tamburro Larry 151
Tamburro Mary 169
Taylor Chuck 61 131
Taylor E1leen 169
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Tterney Mary 169
T1mpf Sandra 111
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Tofxl Patr1c1a 169
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Trumble Lynn 29 111
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Un1s Don 169
Usedley Agnes 63 75 134
Usedley Barbara 151
Utsman Robert 169
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Vallone Rose Mary 151
VanAssche Shuley 62 132 169
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Veltr1 lxancy 151
Vengns Kandrs 74
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Vlvlan 1m 25 169
Wagner Grace 132
Wagner Judy 153 169
Walcyboclt Rxchard 93 104
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We1de Marvm 70
We1r Raymond 67 172
Wendt, Jack 92
Wensko Sharon 24
Werner, Jerry 136
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Westcott, Darlene 59 106
W'h1te, Stanley 83 136
Wfhrtmore, B111 151
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Yopek Barbara 172
Yourchok, Carol 152
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Zager Larry 18 119 172
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Zamb1sky, Kay 79 132
Zberkot Sara 172
Zelenak Lou1s 172
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Zolm James 18 121 152
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