Fordson High School - Fleur de Lis Yearbook (Dearborn, MI)
- Class of 1959
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Fordson is our world: the world in which we
prepare for the future, and this environment is a
big influence in everything we do. Often we lose
sight of the fact that this world, such a vital part in
our lives, exists only through the hard work of many
people. Certainly, if anyone could possibly single
out the guiding hand behind every student's success
in life, it would have to be the faculty.
'The Big Three' Keep Fordson Running Smoothly
Miss Elizabeth Bice and Mr. John Romanow, assistant principals,
listen as Mr. Dorman Ardis, principal, confers with them on some
ofthe highlights to be presented during the year.
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araries do an exceptional business. Usually the books get
eir biggest workout shortly before big exams. Checking the
:oming books are librarian, Mrs. Gertrude Bos, and library
sistant, Pat Duncan, l IB.
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Librarians often prove to be o gold mine of information. January
graduate Sarah Hollitield asks a question of Mrs. Louise Wilson,
librarian, while Elizabeth Nicholson, January graduate, stamps
A birthday comes but once a year-so why not celebrate? Mr.
Dorman Ardis, principal, attempts to blow out the huge candle
in the center of his birthday cake as the secretaries, Mrs. Anna
Banciu, Mrs. Lottie Konon, Mrs. Helen Brough, Mrs. Mary Barbat,
and Mrs. Mary Bibeau watch him.
Mrs. Mary Garing, head secretary in the high school office, would
probably find her iob more peaceful if her two phones would stop
achers frequently gather for a party of some sort.
is photograph shows the faculty Christmas party.
ith her back to the camera is Mrs. Marilyn Richards,
mmerciol instructor. Mr. H. O. Leyrer, art instructor,
'o her left. Others are Mrs. Alice Locklin, study hall,
'. Ernest Kraai, industrial, Mr. Paul Luoma, indus-
JI, Mr. Charles Held, social studies, Mr. Jack
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Mr. Kenneth Howard, industrial teacher, and his wife
are in line for the eats. Mr. Garvase Jach, health
instructor, and Mrs. Mildred Lyman, art teacher,
have the iob of serving these hungry people.
Faculty Members and Families Gather Once Again
ABOVE: The ladies' man here is Mr. John Hamel,
industrial instructor. He is helping Mrs. Virginia
Witherspoon, homemaking teacher and Miss
Florence Schuster and Mrs. Marion Fisher, Eng-
lish teachers, cover the tables for the faculty
picnic. RIGHT: Ooops! Caught in the act of taking
huge bites of delicious hamburger are Mr.
Samuel Kopp and Mr. John Beauchamp, business
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r Semi-Annual Picnic at Hines Park
Mr. Donald Calkins, social studies teacher, and Mr. William
Kauth, mathematics instructor, patiently await their turn at the
table. Mr. Calkins looks as though he can't decide whether to
take an olive or a tomato. Behind Mr. Calkins is Mr. Ross
Slabaugh, mathematics instructor.
When a group of women get together, they
iust can't help but talk. Here Mrs. Mary
Garing, head secretary, Miss Anne White,
English and iaurnalism instructor, Miss Elsie
Freitag, counselor and business education
teacher, Miss Elizabeth Bice, assistant prin-
cipal, Miss Elizabeth Claugherty, retired busi-
ness education teacher, and Miss Clare Mae
Beach, counselor and business education
teacher, get together while the tables are
being made ready.
Wearing his little straw cap, Mr. Ray Parker, social studies
teacher, takes the iob of being 'chief paper burner,' at the
faculty picnic. The song, "Smoke Gets ln Your Eyes" might have
been appropriate at this time.
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Counselors, Principals Meet to Discuss Many Topics
Over a cup of coffee in the homemaking apartment, counselors
Mr. Laurence Soldan, Mr. Michael Megregian, Mr. Henry Lewis,
and assistant principal Mr. John Romanow give their opinions on
the topic in discussion.
Counselors Mrs. Lillian Parris, Miss Clara Beach, Miss Dorothy
Burrell, Miss Elsie Freitag, and assistant principal Miss Elizabetl
Bice are apparently enioying themselves at the regular counse-
Mrs. Nelle Driese, English instructor, speaks about
1 her year in England at the annual faculty Christmas
, party in the cafeteria. The following month, Mrs.
Driese broke her right wirst, and three months later,
on April Fool's day, she broke the same wrist again.
Miss Marion Hunsicker and Mr. Wade Smith, commercial in-
structors, congratulate Miss Thomasine Neering, biology
instructor, on her engagement.
As Sam Caruso, l2B, and Pat Race, l2A, do some of their
homework during their study hall period. Mr. Ray Brown, indus-
trial instructor, confers with Mr. Everett Hill, study hall teacher.
Going through the usual morning procedure of receiving the
bulletins and notices are Mr. Fred Allen, language instructor,
Mr. Lawrence Miller, teacher, Mrs. Norma Hall, commercial
instructor, and Mr. Eugene Cummins, English instructor.
The teachers' Christmas party features a special menu served
buffet style. Facing Mr. Michael Savage, social studies teacher
lin apronl are Mr. Samuel Kopp, commercial, Mr. .lack Pflager,
science, Mrs. Lillian Parris, and Mr. Harvey Failor, counselors.
Mrs. Gladys Biestek, homemaking, and Mrs. Hilda Eastwood,
English, assist the 'chef.'
Teachers Dine at Faculty Christmas Party,
View Games, and Greet Parents During Year
The expressions on the faces of the spectators at a home
basketball game reveal many emotions: excitement, anticipa-
tion, awe, and, in the case of Assistant Principal Romanow,
humor. Mr. John Beauchamp and Mr. Eldon Cross, commercial
teachers, share the front row with Mr. Romanow. Mr. Jesse
Cripps, counselor, and Mr. John DeHeuso, driver education
teacher, are in the second row.
At a Santa Claus-decorated table are feasting faculty mem-
bers: Mr. Ross Slabaugh, mathematics lleft, back to cameral,
Mrs. Gertrude Bas, librarian, Mr. Michael Megregian, coun-
selor, Mr. Ray Brown, industrial, Mr. Archie Allen, social studies,
Mr. John Bonflglio, English, Mr. Bruce Chambers, social studies,
Mr. James VanderHull, physical education, and Miss Mary
geometry instructor, Mr. Theodore Barton, and Mrs.
rd Urbaniak, mother of Thomas Urbaniak, 125, take a
at the grade book at the open house Fordson hosted last
mber. Parents of all Fordson students were invited to
It teachers and to 'socialize' around the cider-and-
"You see, this is how it operates," says biology teacher, Mr.
Howard Nebel lcenterl as he explains the adiustment of a
microscope mirror. The interested observers are Mr. and Mrs.
Anthony Lei, parents of Richard Lei, llA.
A meeting of all English teachers was called last semester to
discuss ideas in teaching and to become acquainted with
Professor A. K. Stevens from the University of Michigan lcenter
backgroundl. Present at the meeting are Mrs. lrma Shoemaker,
Miss Florence Schuster, Mr. John Bonfiglio, Mr. Gene Baker,
Professor Stevens, Mr. Dorman Ardis, principal, Miss Edna
Stowell, Mrs. Hilda Eastwood, Miss Anne White, Mr. Lorne
Colter, and Mr. Ray Schultz,
Cooks Make Meals to Fill,
Nourish Hungry Teenagers
Along with a go dirty dishes.
and Mrs. Edith Moore are kept busy with trays, dishes, and silver
which must be spotless for the next day's meals.
Sniff . . . Mmmmm . . . Mrs. Evelyn Chiado and Mrs. Alice
Johnson can iust about taste the nicely browned, roasted turkeys,
which will soon be carved for the hungry students.
Mrs. Helen Prisby lrightl loughingly
remarks, "This reminds me of the time
when . . . ," to Mrs. Mary Durnian while
they mix salads especially for those
students who claim, "l'm on ci diet!"
Custodiuns Keep Dirt,
Dust from Forrlson's Halls
From September to June
e school custodians strike an informal pose around the statue
Mercury for the Fleur de Lis photographer. They are Ernest
sson, Casimer Gronkowski, Don Menzie, Joseph Piestrak, Don
aus, and Donald Turovaara.
Don Menzie, custodian of the main hall, commences his duties as
he dusts the main stairs. Anyone who is often in school after four
o'clock soon becomes acquainted with the "congenial custodians."
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Preparation for that all important day when we
step into another world of higher education, a iob,
or marriage begins in our Fordson classes. We are
required to take certain basic subiects such as
English, U. S. history, and biology. Included, of
course, are the equally varied electives available-
music, speech, iournalism, foreign languages, and
play production. A variety of classes usually helps
make well-rounded individuals.
English Classes Give Book Reports, Panel Discussions
Rosanne Mersdorf, Dave Michels, and Connie Malinowski, l lAs,
and Miss Mona Niblett lfar rightl, English instructor, hear the
book report given by Margaret Parker, also an llA.
JoAnn Mattis, Jack Schmidlin, Leon Matzelt, Bill Meltzer, Way-
land Mobley, Caroline Filek, Mary Hadous, and Fabian Gentile,
l2As, listen as Mr. Harry Meyer gives his English class an
outline of the work they will cover during the semester.
Although it looks as though they are drawing pictures,
students in Mr. Eugene Baker's speech class are actually put
the finishing touches on a bulletin board. The drawings illust
speech in everyday use. From left to right are Tom Bowl
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Miss Edna Stowell finds that panel discussions tend to stimu
more interest in her English class. Here l2Bs Enzo Mar
lwith back to cameral, Allie Mohammad, .loan Smith, Di
Toscas, and Sandy Scholfield receive help from Miss Stowel
they iot down notes on a story for a panel discussion.
Top secret plans? No, iust a simple explanation from Mrs. Nelle
Driese on an English composition. Crowding around her desk
from left to right are l lAs Ken Brown, Sandra Paliscuk, Chester
Kowalski, Deanna Kilponen, Mary Isabell, Mel Baker, Sandy
Beckman, Mary Ann Cini.
Members of Mr. Lorne CoIter's English class study a map of the
United States on the bulletin board which was recently posted.
Mr. Colter also encourages the reading of great novels such as
"Gone With the Wind and Deerslayer. The students are Bill
Tucker, Geraldine Nagi, Gail Gerweck, and John Rooks, l0As.
Mrs. Irma Shoemaker's English class is appar-
ently enioying the reading "The Yearling."
The bulletin board behind Mrs. Shoemaker
has pictures of 'Jody,' the main character of
the story, and other similar items, The students
in the front row are l0As Georgia Buckley,
Kathy Stubbs, and l IB John Nichols. Seated
in the back are 'l0As Mary Harris, Dennis
Panoff and Andy Schertzer.
Mr. Joseph Diroft, mathematics instructor, lends a helping hand
to Terry Shensky, IOA, as she struggles with a problem. In the
foreground is Fran Formosa, l0A, and behind Terry is Pat
Kogut, l IB.
Students Interested in
January graduate Karl Mueller, Bob Rizer, l2A, and January
graduates Bill Piper, Jim Kwasny, and Roger Lancina take to
the 'great outdoors' so that they may perform a mathematical
experiment under the direction of their instructor, Mr. Herbert
lOA Art Karapetian shows the class his solution to the geometry
problem on the blackboard which deals with the altitudes of a
triangle. Mrs. Arlene Huard, geometry instructor, watches Art's
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l2As Karl Kaminski, Ken Hudson, and Joyce
Rheault intently watch, while Joyce Kinski,
l2A, completes a complicated subtraction
problem as part of a senior math class
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Mr. Theodore Barton, geometry teacher, is helping Magdelena
Korpas, lOA, with one of the more complicated problems. Dick
Jarosz, llA, and Larry Elias, llB, are working diligently on
their class assignments for the day.
Joe Reznick, lOA, Theresa Zagata, lOA, Fayez Khalil, l l B, and
Susan Chapp, lOA, students in Mr. John HameI's general math
class, are dividing figures into various parts at the blackboard
under Mr. Hamel's direction, as the rest of the class works.
Bruce Green Mary .lo Hudson, Bill Mitchell, and Diane
Doszklewicz llAs and 12B Joe Borraio, look completely fasci-
nated as Mr Louis Fitzpatrick, chemistry instructor, casually
combines Ingredients to demonstrate the neutralization of an
Science Department Otters Wide Variety of Sulmiect Mutter
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During his seventh hour horticulture class, Mr. Harry Mcliitrick
explains the structure of a leaf and its purpose to January
graduate John Bartus and l2Bs Terry Stanley and Kathy
Crebassa. The students spend much of their time working with
plants in the greenhouse.
Mr. Rudolph Martinak, physics instructor, is helping l2As Paul
Griglio, Ann Kirkby, and Lois Andrews determine the amount of
stretch in a spring. By adding weights to the bottom, they can
determine how far the spring has stretched.
Mr. Edwin Vaughn lrightl carefully watches his physics students
as they experiment with the range of light. These future
Einsteins' are Judy Townsend, Anna Mae Guerreso, Karin
Goosby, Ron Gurniak, and Carlos Saucedo, l2As.
ABOVE: Biology teachers are so adept at this sort of thing!
IOB Gail Shinsky and l0A Ed Boiki concentrate on Mr. PHager's
'cutting process' as he dissects a grasshopper. RIGHT: Mr. Joe
Katana, chemistry instructor, calls Ted Rozanski, Carole Poh-
lonski, Janet Plumley, and Ken Krawczyk, llAs, to his desk to
check their test papers.
What is Mr Charles Lehman concocting in his physical science
class? Looking amused as they watch are January graduate
Mike Misko and 11A Fred Giovanni, liB Charlotte Hawkings
appears rather worried, but llA Sharon Goormastic looks as
though she's enioying the experiment. iWonder what they're
language Classes Examine Clothing Study Customs
RlGHT: January graduate Vickey Dimoff, Fordson's
summer American Field service foreign exchange student
to Germany, leads the German l class in singing a folk
song entitled, "Du, Du, Liegst Mier im Hertzen," as llB
Carmen Buffone accompanies her on the accordion.
Joining in the singing are llA Karen Krene and Carol
Blusky and Gary Haverty, llBs. BELOW: Nadia
Bondareff, l lB, is the center of attention as she displays
"sabots." Clelia DeSantis, George Goodrich, John Nori,
lOAs, Miss Dorothy Tittle, French teacher, Haik Kara-
petian, Renee Oliverio, lOAs, and Bonnie Jo Curtice,
former l2A, admire her feet and her doll.
Mr. Fred Allen's Latin class knows what the
Romans wore, thanks to the modeling iob
of Richard Taier, IOA, as he portrays a
Roman man reading a scroll. Kathy Kanai,
Tom Beamer, llBs, and Nancy Farr and
Janet James, lOAs, get a closer look at
the toga and olive leaves on Richard's
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Gomes can be an enioyable but educational experience when
they are played in German. Playing are lclockwise from the
leftl Shirley Zieman, IOA, Gary Haverty, IIB, Janet Zielke,
IIA, Jay Gubrium, IOA, .lim McLaughlin, IIA, Harold Otto,
IOA, Bill Crawford, IIB, Carol Meyer, IIA, and Jack
McDonald, IIB. Roy Hayward, IOA, Richard Watson, IIA,
Dale McCormick, I IB, Martha Pfattman, I IA, Carole Malewski,
I IA, Charles Bard, IOA, Al Claramunt, I IA, and Kay Tietiens,
I IA, are watching and waiting their turn to play.
Realism keeps it lively. Mr. Fred Allen keeps his Latin 4 class
interesting by getting his students to portray ancient Roman
gods. Joan Bruckner, I2A, represents Minerva, goddess of war,
Barbara Freeman, IIA, Diana, goddess ofthe hunt, Joe Baran,
IIA, Jupiter, king of the gods, and Steve Sacha, I2A, Cupid.
Spanish Senor and senoritas go through
various motions as they practice a play writ-
ten in Spanish. Seated in the front row are
Judy Witucki, I2A, Phyllis Curran, and Brenda
Pace, I2Bs. With papers in hand are IIA
Susan Crawford, Mrs. Beatrice Simmons,
Spanish instructor, Carol Lee Ohlmacher, IZB,
Carolyn Rebel, and Joan Shishkoff, I2As,
Thomas Ulanski, IIA, and Carol Palen, I2B.
As Mr. Michael Savage, social studies instructor, dims the lights,
the students in his personal living class prepare to watch the
movie 'Marriage and the Family.' The girls are l2As Sharon
Vereb, Judy Townsend, and Marge Mahon.
Mr. Archie Allen, social studies instructor, obviously is quite satisfied
with the iob that Charles Stinchcomb, l2A5 Ralph Craddock, l2B,
and Marge Mahon, 'l2A, are doing as they finish a bulletin board
which shows the progress of man and his environment.
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Social studies instructor, Mr. W. Frank Davis observes hi:
students as they look over the Senior Scholastic magazine. They
are iiBs Judy Provine, Carol Gustine, Bernardine Gnida, Jin
Fisher, l 'lA, and lstandingl Bob Shaw, i IB.
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Mr. William Watson enthusiastically tells his world history class
about their lesson. In the front row are Dennis Lebedeft, IOA,
Sharon Kish, IOA, Mary Ann Kalamarz, l2A, Ron Jameson,
lOA, and Ron Wiacek, lOA. ln the rear are Bob Scott, lOA,
Carl Ray, l2A, Linda Haubner and Barbara Galfano, lOAs.
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Miss Dorothy Copony, school nurse, is discussing magazine
articles with l2As Eileen Ladd, Nancy Slentz, Carol Snapp,
l2B Albert Buck, l2As Karen Petoskey, Carmelo Menniti, and
Jean Matusiak, students in her personal living class.
Mr. Norbert Zakolslu, social studies rn-
structor lrightl, iokes with his students as
they look for research material from
books and magazines. Here Linda Raven-
craft, l2A, Tony DelGreco, l2A, Bill
Weir, l2A, and Suzanne Quashnie, l2A,
enioy Mr. Zokolski's humor.
While reading Senior Scholastics, Dalal Baydoun, llB, found a
bit of humor in an article. Her classmates, Ralph Presnell, Sharon
Reppenhagen, Kathy Stubbs, Don Newman, and Howard
Graddy, l lBs, 'react hysterically' to the ioke as does Mr. John
Curran, social studies instructor.
Various Tools, Technical Instruments Aid Boys
Participating ln Active, Ellicient Industrial Classes
How to tackle a problem one may encounter in offset printing
is one of the iobs Mr, Sam Vasiu lbow tiel teaches to his students.
Ken Pletzer, llB, finds the solution of his problem, as Nick
Summers, and Tom Kapanoski, lOAs, watch.
Taking a good look at one ofthe many instruments in auto shi
are Mike Wierimaa, HA, Al DeHayes, l2A, and Dave Wa:
burn, 128. Mr. Glenn Bockstanz, industrial instructor, holds
instrument so that the boys can get a close look at it as
explains its many uses. ln front of the boys are a number
other tools they will learn to use properly.
Comparing the scales of a large-scale ruler with those of a
small-scale ruler are 'lOAs Stanley Doyle, John Buttigieg,
Gerald Nagy, and Raymond Kowal. Their drafting instructor,
Mr. LeRoy Charlick, shows the difference by indicating with a
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Burns, lOA, and Bill Marshall, HB, check a drawing for accu-
rate size with the aid of precision tools and a dictionary.
Machine shop is one of the many industrial classes offered at
Fordson. Mr. Ted Matley, instructor, illustrates to his students
the methods used in operating the machine pictured. The boys
are Ron Pucilowski, Ken Rye, Lenard Barton, and Frank Bilsky,
all January graduates.
Putting out the weekly issues of the Tower Tribune is among the
many jobs of the print shop. Mr. Harold Cross and Mr. William
Bullard, printing instructors, show their students the technique of
setting headlines. Standing are l lBs Tom Bierman, Dino
Corbetto, and Dick Jewett, and Al Peacock, IOA.
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Receiving some extra help from student teacher, Miss Judy
Richman, are Richard Wioncek, l2A, and Cecelia Wylie, Janu-
ary graduate. That's Miss Elsie Freitag, business education
teacher, talking to her business law class.
Miss Clara Mae Beach shows her shorthand students the proper
position for taking dictation. Checking her hand and notebook
position are Gloria Bruno, Donna Baloh, Cathy Cunningham,
and Jeanette Cuda, l lAs.
Commercial Students Prepare
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keeps a watchful eye on his personal typing students. Busy
typing are Frank Perelli and Carolyn Szewczyk, January
graduates, Paul Mariani, llB, and Ellen Schauppner, 128.
Mrs. Marilyn Richards, commercial instructor, shows Dolores Steel
and Joanne Starr, l2As, Barbara Klaus and Pat Komer, January
graduates, how to change the ribbon on a typewriter. lt can be
a difficult and messy iob if not done properly.
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Mr. John Beauchamp, business education teacher, assists Rose-
mary Litwin, 1 IA, during seventh hour bookkeeping class, while
Janet Gasior, IIA, Christine Frudzinski, Pat McElhone, and
Kamil Hamood, l2As, Bill Srednicki, HA, and Jacqueline
Sorensen, 128, continue with their work.
Proper techniques in typing can mean the difference between
accurate speed typing or sloppy work. Mr. Sam Kopp, typing
instructor, illustrates the correct rhythm and technique used.
From behind, Marilyn Domzalski, lOA, Kathy Whitt, llA, and
lOAs Evelyn Wertamen and Judy Gawne, observe their
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Color combinations are very important to women of today.
Cookie Chiado, IOA, Sharon Foisie, Mickey Kuykendall, and
Pat Hayward, l2As, decide how the sample piece of colored
cloth looks on Mickey. Sitting at the table and looking through
a pattern book is Sandy Scholfield, 128.
Clothing, Cooking Classes Creote Interest In Homemoking
Mrs. Gladys Biestek, home making instructor, shows Pat and
Jane Patrick, l lA, how to fit o basic pattern before cutting the
material. Many of the fashions made during the semester are
displayed at an annual fashion show in the spring.
is Carolyn Brettschneider, I2A.
Color study is an important part of every clothing class at
Fordson. Sondra Schofield, I2B, Evelyn Chiado, IIB, Sharon
Foisie, I2A, and Patricia Hayward, I2A, try to find the colors
that best suit Mickey Kuykendall, I 2A, by studying her reflection
in the large floor-length mirror before them.
L The girls in Mrs. Witherspoon's cooking class find that preparing
if a meal is easy if a person knows how. As Judy Peterson and
Pat Raak, I2As, read the recipe, Christine Cox I2A measures
baking powder into the bowl held by Pat Elies I2B
I Attentively watching Mrs. Virginia Witherspoon homemaking
teacher, as she lectures on the various parts of meat are
Virginia Sanochi, IOA, Joanne Senkevich, IIB Mary Zigante
I2B, and Kathy McGarvey, IIB. Standing In the background
Driver Education Course Includes More Students
With long-awaited Outdoor Training Area
"And this is the way it should be done " says Mr. Clyde Randall,
driver education instructor, as he emphatically gestures with his
hands. Watching with mixed expressions of amusement and
apprehension are .loan Baxter, and Ron Blair, lOAs, Arlene
Baron, l IA, and Lois Battistone, l2B.
Lucy Sterba, l lA, and Richard Wozniak, l lB, grasp the steer-
ing wheel and prepare to go for a 'drive' in the driver trainer
units used by driver education students. Mr. DeHeus presses
the button, and the film on safe driving starts.
Mr. John DeHeus, driver education instructor, emphasizes how u
driver's physical condition affects stopping distances at 60
miles per hour. Standing are Don Exelby, HB, Linda Marzolo,
l2A, Sue Boby, l'IB. Seated are Evelyn Chiado, HB, Bob
Locke, l lA, Ray Kowal, l lBy Mima Colaluca, llBg and Dolores
Moroz, January graduate.
Mr. Carl Roll, driver education instructor, dons his bright yellow
hat and checks the attendance of llBs Dale Anderson, Sharon
Knecht, and Nancy Kelly before they enter the car for their
lesson in Fordson's new driver education center.
Art Classes Offer Chances
For Pupils to Guin Skills
That Prove to Be Enioyable
Interior decoration is a course for all sfudenls
inleresfed in home planning. Pictured above
are l2As Luben Chrisfoff, Jean Korfe, and Bev
MacNeIIis drawing their own house plans, as
Mrs. Mildred Lyman supervises,
Back in colonial days? Mr. Leyrer is helping some
students interested in crafts. The students so absorbed in
making pottery the old way are l2A Christine Gaston,
and January graduates Barb Klaus, Jim DeNoon, and
l2As Jack Geiss and Jim O'Connor, Gerald Renaud,
January graduate, and Ralph Klann, l2A, are listening
and watching as Gerald gives some helpful suggestions
to Jack. The boys are in the commercial art class and
are working on lettering.
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Commercial art students, Barbara White, Carolyn Pillow,
lOAs, Elizabeth Scott, ex-l OA, and l lA Jeannie Dotten
are practicing lettering in Mrs. Lyman's class. 51
Mr George Lewis physical education instructor shows And
Schertzer llB the correct hand position used to center th
football during play llBs Bob Zuliani and Larry Wozma
observe what the coach does while other players Keith Pletzer
and Herbert Said lOAs In the background await the resumption
During a class game of touch football, Angelo Dimitriou, Vic
DeGrazia, l2Bs, llAs Richard Stevens and Larry Brough flnd
themselves lined up lleftl facing i2Bs Tom Urbaniak, Pat Hutson,
and Bob Tomchuck. ln the background is Mr. William Letsche,
physical education instructor, the official of the game.
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"l've got it! l've got it! Or have l?" The girls who have swimming
really put their ability to the test when they play games in the
pool. Here they're each trying to get the volleyball. They
probably get waterlogged in the process, but they have a lot
Tom Skender, lOAg
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rysical Education Department to Develop Healthy Pupils
Miss Lorraine Tomassini, physical education instructor, shows her
seventh hour class the correct form for holding a field hockey
stick when 'dribbling.' The girls are l2Bs Sue Crawford, Eileen
Wozniak, Carolyn Strach, and Carol Lee Ohlmacherp l lA Jean
Theisen, l2Bs Mary Ann Litynski, Madeline Scudlo, and Marion
Bakosp llA Jeannie Weir, l2Bs Muriel Miley, Daria Feciashko,
and Estelle Yates, gym assistant, l2A Pat Bill, and 128 Carol
Shirley Goike, and Viola Smith are listening.
Before going outdoors to play fleld hockey, Mrs. Katherine
Godfrey, physical education instructor, quickly goes over the
rules of the game once again. This is one sport that attracts a
large number of girls, both in class and in intramurals. l lBs Sue
Walker, Janet Battistone, Carol Mauer, Elizabeth Pataka
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Not all of our accomplishments are merely in the
academic field, for we learn much that does not
come from a textbook. There is always some form
of extra-curricular event underway. Fordson clubs
offer an opportunity to share interests and engage
in some of our favorite activities. Like our classes,
they are varied enough to hold interest for everyone.
These extra-curricular programs are another facet
of our world.
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sentative, Lorraine Mankus, and Vickey Dimoff, January graduates,
Bill Srednicki, l'lA, treasurer, Jean Lucas, l2A, vice-president,
Gloria Parello, l2B, president, Marge Stevens, llA, secretary,
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Lucy Poole, and Mike McNamara, l2A representatives, Eileen
Wozniak, l2B representative, Sheila Hyde, llB representative,
and Carol Lee Ohlmacher, former 12B representative, conduct one
of the regular student council business meetings. Not pictured are
Linda Lustig and Bob Jason, IOA representatives.
Student Council Sponsors American Field Service
Seated above are the student council
homeroom representatives who partici-
pate in the meetings, but are not allowed
voting privileges. Each homeroom is rep-
resented by one student. Another group
is shown below.
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The spirit of Christmas is giving, as Fordsonites prove during
'White Christmcisf Displaying some of the gifts ore Larry Stroud,
Jim Kwcxsney, Ted Phillips and Roger Lcincina, .lcnuciry gradu-
ctes, Eileen and Gloria,
Club Members Explore Many Phases
Ol Popular Plulosophlc Concephons
As Mr. William Watson, social studies instructor and sponsor
of the Philosophy club, delves into the intricate aspects of the
ideas of Karl Marx, the club members listen attentively. Seated
in the front row are IOA Steve Campbell and Gary Thorne,
l2A. In the background are Adele Tonriste, l2A, Judy Krupski,
llA, Louise Dudrewicz, Lilli Movsesian, January graduates,
Donna Calvin, l2A, and Sue Morgan, lOA.
Book Club Members Read, Discuss Famous Classics
People with mutual interests often enioy getting together and
discussing those interests. Thus, the Book club was created.
Seated are Fran Formosa, 'lOAp Deanna Byers, IIA, Tony
Cardellio, l2Ap Suzanne Kish, lOAp Mike Ladd, llA, Bill
Headley, 128, Sharon Seekamp, lOAg Betty Moore, l0Ap
Mr. Lorne Colter, English instructor and Book club sponsor: and
the guest speaker, Mr. William Wahlberg, English instructor,
whose topic is 'The Red Badge of Courage.' During the semester
the club was disbanded.
The officers of Usher club, l2A Mary Ann ElHaie, treasurer,
'llA Barbara Dzialo, secretary, 12A Donna Calvin, president,
and Vicky Malic, vice president, stand around Mr. John Fowler,
sponsor. They attend to some special business for the club.
Donna and Mary Ann discuss financial problems with Mr.
Fowler lnot showni. From left lo rlghl in lhe fronl row are Jeanette
Cuda, 'IIA5 i2As Virginia Zilny and Vicky. Second row: Sue
Nagy, 128, l2As Jerrie Jacobson, Emily Sala, and Mary Ann
Karchnickf iiAs Loretto Cerlo, Libby Donnelly, Carole Snow,
Pat Horschak, Barbara Esper, and Judy Krupski.
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Decide Upon Pins
Before presenting the question to the other Service club mem-
bers, the officers look over the types of pins that can be pur-
chased. Sue Roman, vice-president, Pat Hole, secretory,
Barbara Kurmas, president, and Mr. Lorne Colter, English
instructor and club sponsor, look over the shoulder of Carol
Halleck, treasurer, at the pin folder. All of the girls ore i2As.
Barbara holds up the folder containing a selection of pins for
the Service club. Joan Shishkoff, Sylvia Roehrer, Pat Rudolph,
Joan Tuczak, Nancy Trapp, Sally Kay Adams, Judy Witucki,
Sue, Pat, Carol, all i2As, and Carey Kosovich, 'liA lleft fore-
groundl, listen to the discussion.
Girls' Athletic Associutio
Watches side-show Entertuinmen
Multiple cheesecake is provided by Beverly MacNelIis and
Sue Allan, l2As, Janet Zielke, llA, and Ann Hodges, l2A, as
they laugh at the 'circus' theme carried out at the GAA banquet.
Janet is wearing an apron, which signifies that she is a new
Smiling happily, January graduates Sandy Zunich, Sandy
Morone, Sandy Maples, Judy Hurley, and Barb Bleyaert pose
for a picture before receiving their gold pins at the GAA
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structor, is all smiles as she receives the
gift presented to her by Sandy Maples.
Looking on are Miss Joan Hitchner and
Miss Virginia Valentine, physical educa-
'elcomes New Members, Inuugurutes Officers,
Circus-like Semi-annual Banquet
Everyone seems to be very solemn as the
newly elected GAA officers take their
oath of oFtice. Standing as Sandy reads
the pledge are President Pat Fordell,
Vice President Janet Papp, Secretary
Nancy Slentz, and Treasurer Joan Tuczak,
all l2As. Seated are Sue Roman, l2A
and intramural head, and Audrey Flem-
ing, January graduate and former treas-
urer, and Miss Hitchner.
Coming out for a final bow after their performance are the Barbara Kurmas, who impersonated Louie Prima, a musician,
l2As who donned costumes to coincide with the 'carnival' theme. Jeanne Zambisky and Janet Papp, the two-headed man,
Seated are the clowns, Carolyn Olesko, Sue Roman, and Carol Rosalie Aquino, the fat lady, Janice Diehl, the strong man, and
Halleck. Standing are Theresa Scott, musician, Judy Mendolia, Virginia Zitny, the barker.
short man, Pat Fordell, musician, Sharon Wensko, the tall man,
lettermen Discuss 'Pluynight' Dads' Du
Listening to the tentative plans of their
president are January graduate Jim
DaIlaVecchia, sergeant at armsg Bill
Piper, January graduate, 12A Ron
Pucilowskig January graduates Tom
Dlugosz, Emil DeGrazia, Bob Devyak
lstanding in rearlg Frank Marinucci, llAg
Jahn Guerreri, 12B and Mike Antonucci,
Before the meeting gets underway, the lettermen look over the
agenda on the blackboard. They are January graduate Ray
Polidori, secretary, Roger Oberg, l2Ag Jim DallaVecchiag
l2As Louis Messina and John Metzgerg IIA Gino Polidorig
January graduates Bill Piper and Roger Lancina.
President Jim Kwasney, January graduate, assigns a duty to one
of the lettermen during their discussion of Dads' day activities.
Seated near Jim are Jim Dalla Vecchia, and Ray Polidori also
At Varsity Club Meeting
Varsity club meetings often have an air of informality. The club
meets regularly in the evening to discuss coming athletic events
and to plan various activities. Pictured in the front are Mike
Emil, Tom, Ron, and Louie lbackgroundl.
Tower Hi-Y sponsor and industrial teacher, Mr. William Bullard,
far left, poses with the club members before the annual Faculty-
Tower Hi-Y basketball game in the boys' gymnasium. ln the
back row are l2A Andy Palko, IIB Jack Sipple, 12A Richard
"Tiny" Skrzypek, and llA Joe Wehmeyer, Kneeling are l0A
Jim Burns, llB Jerry Bienick, l2A Bill Sayyae, and lOA Jack
Gathered in the cafeteria for a last minute pep talk before
their traditional basketball game with the male faculty members
are members of the Tower Hi-Y. Seated from left to right are
Bill Sayyae, l2A, Jack Elliot, lOA, Andy Palko, Richard
Skrzypek, and Bill Fox, l2As, Joe Wehmeyer, llA, Jim Burns,
IOA, and Paul Griglio, l2A. Standing in the left background is
Mr. Bullard. Jack Sipple, l IB is conducting the talk.
Tower Hi-Y Undertakes
Futile, Hilarious Game,
loses to Faculty Men
The 'big lO' for the faculty in the Tower Hi
game are lkneelingl Mr. William Colovi
health education, Mr. Laurence Soldc
counselor, and Mr, William Letsche, hea
education. ln the back row are Mr. Jeror
Toler, wood shop, Mr. Lorne Colter, Englie
Mr. Charles Held, social studies, Mr. Willic
Wahlberg, English, Mr. George Lewis an
Mr. Michael Megregian, health educatic
and Mr. Joseph Diroff, mathematics. Tl
'tired, elderly' faculty men won the game.
Officers meet with 'l2B Carol Lee Ohlmacher, president lfar
rightl, to prepare for the next 'Blue Chapter' meeting. Mrs.
Louise Wilson, sponsor, l2As Caroline Filek, secretary, and
Virginia Baker, vice president, and llA JoAnn Markoff,
treasurer, are preparing a coke party for new members.
Blue Chapter Y-Teens Have Coke Party, Bake Sale
Carol Lee holds the complete attention of Blue Chapter Y-Teens Formosa, and Pat Temelko. ln the rear are I
club members as she tells them of a future bake sale to raise l2A Marlene Goch, llA Carey Kosovich,
funds for the club. Seated on the HOOY are llAs Diana Bran- llB Linda Peacock, and l2As Sharon Foisi
chick, Hilma Erickson, lOAs Linda Lustig, Danice Del.yon, Fran Joyce Duspiva and Kay Edwards and l0A Su
l A Janet Gasior
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e, Biddy Dunbar
A regular business meeting of the Tower Teens club runs along
these lines. As Darlene West, 128, volunteers her service, the
officers make o note of it. On the extreme right, Elaine Gaskell,
l2Ap Jeanette Nabozny, 'l2A, Pat Raak, l2A, Joanna Audia,
TIA, Barbara Lawrence, 'l2A, and Donna Baloh, TIA, listen
Tower Teens club otticers compare the prices of pins to the
amount of money they have in their treasury. Ann SottoScnte,
l2A, president, confers with Mrs. Arlene Huard, mathematics
instructor, as l2As Pat Race, secretary, Pat Rudolph, vice-
president, and Judy Nabozny, treasurer, follow their con-
Plan Bake Snle, Order Pins
noster Club Members Discuss Campaign
w Promote Students' Schoel Spirit
tions from other members of the Booster
club about the "Let's Raise School Spirit"
campaign. The girls are Carol Pribak
l2B, Barbara Proctor, l2B, Eileen Woz-
niak, l2B, Nancy Cork, l2B, lsecond rowl
Jeanne Zambisky, l2A, Marsha lvanka,
llA, Janet Popp, Rosalie Aquino, and
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her artistic talent, Linda Marzolo, l2A, heads a bulletin
:l committee to advertise coming events. Carolyn Olesko,
1ia Zitny, Nancie Mlynek, 'l2As, and Kitty Kulig, l lA, listen
da's ideas and then make a few comments of their own.
Because it is such a large club, the Booster club often breaks up
into smaller committees to tackle a problem. Here Cathy
Crebassa, l2A, lwith back to cameral talks the problem over
with the other committee members. They are Judy Gawne,
former IOA, Mary Evangelista, 1 IB, Carol Longridge, 'l2By Judy
Wioncek, IOA, Bev MacNellis, l2A, Barb Vitick, lOA, Kay
Edwards, l2A, and Ellen Schauppner, l2B.
12A Sue Allan, president, gets sugges-
Drama Club Attends Plays,
Produces Skits at Meetings
l2A Drama club President Jeanne Lucas, lseatedl looks at a
paper from Singapore which has been brought to them by
Fordson's exchange student, Chen Oi Chin. Behind Jeanne are
Treasurer Karin Goosby, Secretary Carole Swaiian and Vice
president Ann Hodges, l2As Drama club members often plan
field trips to downtown plays to see 'the real thing
"But, do you really love me?" Leslie Goeing, l2A, coyly says to
her kneeling, devoted lover, Richard Melhem, l lA. This im-
promptu skit during one of their regular meetings fascinates
the members ofthe Drama club. The thespians from left to right
are Diane Drown, l'lA, Sue Horvath, llA, Joanne Cucuru, I lAg
Mrs. Elinor Baker, librarian lwearing glassesl is apparently
enioying herself as she glances through a book with the officers
of the Library club: Jean Jenks, lOA, secretary-treasurer, Diana
DallaVecchia, l2A, president, and Janice Bogotay, lOA, vice-
Coke Purty Welcomes New library Club Members
Make ready for VIM's! Barbara Saph, l'lA, is supervising the
other girls as they prepare the coke party for 'very important
members.' Jean, Andrea Zell, lOA, and Carol Forster, I l B, put
out food for the new members to enioy.
Jeanie Weir Shows
To Combined Spanish,
French Club Meeting
At a combined meeting ofthe French and Spanish clubs, Jeanie
Weir, 'llA, gives a resume of her 'wonderful experience' of
traveling in Europe last summer. Mrs. Beatrice Simmons, Spanish
teacher, Gloria Parello, l2B, Rose Marie Strenkowski, 'l2A, and
Karin Goosby, 12A lfor rightl examine some of Jeanie's
souvenirs. Josette Alessandrini, 128, Ann Lapeer, 125, Sharon
Rugis, l2A, and Miss Dorothy Tittle, French instructor, listen
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Vamos a Mexico' The olqicers of the Los Amigos Spanish club
discuss the brochures and phamphlets on Mexico, Granada,
and Guatemala. llA Peg Bloink, vice-president, gives a report
on the special vacation spots and the interesting sights to visit,
while l2A Marlene Goch, president, and 128 Ann Lapeer,
secretary-treasurer, listen attentively to her.
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The location of certain cities in Germany often causes a con-
troversy among the German Club members. Franklin Bouvy, l2A
club president, and Barbara Rehwinkel, January graduate and
secretary, try to clear up the disagreement while Janice
Abernethy, llA, Tom Chapel, i2A, Dorothy Erzthaler, llB,
Dennis Lebedeff, lOA, Katie Brkliacich, l2A, and Richard
Watson, l lA, listen to their discussion. Standing in the rear are
Marceline Lipsey, l2B, Sue Kish and Diane Lebedeff, lOAs,
and Grace Wagner, l2A.
German Club Members Use Games
to learn language
Learning the names of colors in the German language
difficult task for these astute German Club members.
points to the names on the blackboard and listens as
Barbara, Mrs. Hilda Eastwood, German instructor and
sponsor, Frank, Grace, Jim Dubois and Carl Ray, l2As,
Gary Repella, January graduate, recite the words.
l2A American Field Service exchange student, Chen Oi
Chin, describes a French cathedral to four of the French
club members. These members are Nancy Neely, l2A,
Barbara Gilbert, l2A, Daria Feciashko, l2B, and Mary
Polkowski, l2A. This informal talk was given during a
Wednesday afternoon French club meeting.
Purlez-vous Francais? Non? These Girls Do
Nancy Swartz, l2A lstanding leftl, admires 'llA Nancy Tait's
newly acquired French club pin. Others, probably iust waiting
for the meeting to begin, are Rose Marie Strenkowski, l2A,
Carol Creighton, 'I lA lback to cameral, Linda Roche and Carole
Pribak, l2Bs, and Jacque VanderSluis, llA.
Dennis Sunul Makes Geometric Instrument
To be Used by Every Math Club Member
Louis Levin, IOA, secretory-treasurer, works a geometric
instrument made by Dennis Sunol, l2A lseated Ieftl. President
Jerry Werner, l2A lbehind Dennisl, Jerry DeSantis, l2A, Mr.
William Kcuth, moth instructor and club sponsor, and vice
president, l2A Richard Skicki watch Louis carefully construct
Singing is an important part of the activities ofthe Christian
Fellowship Club. Here, Don Green, l2B, directs the group
in a favorite hymn. Sharon, Marie Smith, l2A, Marilyn
Nlonin, l2A, Geneva Breeze, l2A, Kathy McGarvey,
llB, and Mr. J. Hamel are in the first row. ln the second
row are Jacqueline Vander Sluis, l lA, Frank Varosian,
llA, Wilma, Sue, Jackie Pearce, l2B, Margaret Parker,
llB, and Estelle Yates.
Singing, Other Activities Highlight
Christian Fellowship Club Meetings
lt takes a lot of careful planning and working together
to make a club meeting successful, and the oFficers and
sponsor of the Christian Fellowship Club are doing their
utmost to prepare a program which will interest every-
one. They are Sharon Rugis, bulletin board chairman
and l2A, Wilma Smith, secretary-treasurer. llA: Leah
Antonelli, assistant morning devotions chairman, l2B,
Mr. John Hamel, mathematics instructor and club sponsor,
l2B Estelle Yates, morning devotions chairman, l lA
Bruce Green, music director, Linda Pillow, l2A, president,
and Sue Cole, l2B, vice president.
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Standing, members of the Conservation club repeat the pledge
of the Michigan State department of conservation before an
important meeting at which several movies on subiects per-
taining to conservation are shown to the large group. ln the
foreground to the left are Mike Ladd, HA, Ethel Champlin,
HB, Bev Pizarek, HB, John Kolionen, HB, President Chuck
Hill, HA iwith back to cameral, secretary Carole Ann Taier,
HA, Ruth Klesendorf, HA, and Joyce Straatsma, HA.
While Conservation club olficers, Lee Faber, vice-president,
Chuck, Janet Plumley, treasurer, and Carole, all 'llAs, listen,
Mr. Howard Nebel, sponsor, explains the habits and origin of
the 'ironclad' armadillo on the desk.
Carole calls roll as the meeting gets under way. Faith McKee,
l2A, Pat Kogut, Gayle Krepps, and Kathy Kanai, HBs, wait
for their names to be called and the meeting to start.
Guest Speakers, Teaching
Organizations Help Future
Teachers learn of Career
Planning a bulletin board is a serious task for the officers ofthe
Future Teachers club. Here Delores Olivariu, TTB, secretoryp
IIA Linda Roche, vice-president, and T28 treasurer, Marty
Borland, direct their attention to the suggestions of Pat Bill,
ls it really a 'woman's world? It certainly looks that way from
the picture. Mr. Archie Allen, social studies teacher and sponsor
of the Future Teachers club, Mr. Roy Schultz, English instructor
and guest speaker, and Mr. James Todd, business education
teacher and guest speaker, are surrounded by members ofthe
club. The girls are Linda Winters, TOA, Marty, Emily Solo, l2A,
Delores, Linda, Put, Karen Donelko and Beverly Mattern, llBs.
The pamphlets on the table were distributed by Mr. Todd and
Mr. Schultz after their talks.
Buests and students need o rest. Judy
Sawne, former IOA, and Karen Norton,
OA, discuss their guests' lecture while
Aiss Edna Freeman, MSN, and Miss Judith
loynes, student nurse, look over some of
heir speech material.
rs. Alice Locklin, study hall teacher,
'rves punch to the club members. The
rls file along in orderly fashion for their
'inks and cookies. They are Sue, Joyce,
2B, Carol Pribak, llA, Kathleen
bromovich lin the backgroundl. The
her girls are visitors from other Dear-
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Future Nurses Club Members
Miss Dorothy Copony, school nurse, and the officers of the
Future Nurses club, Joyce Saloncy, l2A, vice president, llA
program committee chairman Carolyn Creighton, 12A president
Grace Morgan, Sue Daios, l2A, program committee chairman,
and secretary-treasurer, Mary Ann Karchnick, l2A, glance
through one of the many booklets which Mrs. Dorothy Ball, the
registrar from the Shopero School of Practical Nursing, brought
Current Science 'Bug'
Keeps Whole Club
In Extra Proiects
The 'profound statement' onthe board indicates that two gasses,
hydrogen and oxygen, make water. Eight Science club mem-
bers are properly impressed: Bill Headley, l2B, Ronald Cox,
lOA lbacks to camerol Tom Nash, l2A, Cynthia Dawson, lOA,
Stan Stanek, l2A, Marilyn Kovacs, lOA, Richard Skicki and
Bob Zemke, l2As.
Mr. Joseph Katona, science teacher, has to show some of his
budding scientists how to do it. They watch closely because a
mistake in the laboratory can be dangecus. Watching are
Dennis Sunal, Bob Selwo, Len Lipinski, Ron Swiderski, l2As,
John Nori and Magdalena Korpas, lOAs.
rt Hamilton, English instructor and club sponsor, shows
Vicky Molic, l2A, the proper method of operating
camera on o tripod. Vice-president Bill Petrere, l lB,
Ron Nameth, llAp and Treasurer Louis Levin, lOA,
hom has taken pictures for the Fleur de Lis, are more
Shutterbugs Use Various Cameras, Picture Tricks
As Ron holds a card showing o simple diagram of how light
enters o camera and makes an impression upon film, Walter
Jacobe, 'lOA, holds a camera and demonstrates. Seated in the
front are Steve Campbell, IOA, Joan Labote, IOB, Elaine
Schorling, IOB, and Sheila Koza, lOA. In the rear are Joe
Fiedor, IOA, Jim Morietti, IOA, Dave Micels, l'lBp John Nori,
lOA, ond Bob Jason, lOA.
The Fleur de Lis covers have iust arrived. Now to get the books
ready for the covers! Vicky Malic, editor-in-chief, sees a lot
of work ahead. The iunior associate editors, TTAs Diane
Matchynski and Barbara Dzialo admire the black ond silver
Mr. Harold Cross, printing instructor, and T2A Kandis Vengris,
editor-in-chief of the Tower Tribune, find a weekly newspaper
keeps them busy. Here they check a galley proof.
Fleur de lis, Tower Tribune Stalls lem
Jean Daoust, T2A, Tower Tribune associate editor, leads a
Friday staff meeting after a special issue which she has headed.
Front row: T2A Marlene Goch, chief copyreader, TTA Janice
Davis, reporter, T2A Sharon Rugis, news editor, and TTB Gino
Perri, reporter. Second row: TTA Peggy Bloink, assistant page
three editor, T2B Bonnie Jaukkuri, page two editor, and T2A
Bob Selwa, reporter.
eld ol Publications
Show time . . . Vickey Dimoff, January graduate and former
ews editor, Arlene Healey, HA former
zymanski, l2A, and page three editor, are among the first in
ne when it comes time to eat at the iournalism staff Christmas
arty. Following closely behind are Janice Davis, l lA reporter,
nd Mr. Ray Daniels, representative of the
he tablecloth shown is made of many Tower Tribunes.
kman doesn't have a chance on this staff!
iurrounded by girls is l2A Jerry Lee,
ormer editor-in-chief of the Tower Tribune
md the present sports editor. These staff
'members are having their refreshments:
:e cream, cup cakes, and milk, at the
innual journalism Christmas party. The
tudents are l lA Peg Bloink, page three
issistantp Jerry, and l lA Sue Kaos,
At the stat?'s annual Christmas party, Miss Anne White, publi-
cations' advisor, presents l2A Camille Kish with a Quill and
Scroll International Honor society iournalism award. Camille,
the assistant copy reader of the Tower Tribune, earned her
pin for an accumulation of 250 printed inches.
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ForrIson's Marching Band, Orchestra Present Halt-time
Spectuculurs, Concerts to Interest Music-loving Students
Eddie Odom, IIB, and Glenda Murphy, IIA, keep a
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routines, as Mr. James Irwin, instrumental music instructor,
gives additional and helpful instructions.
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Pat Horschak, IIA, Bob Neill, I2A, Karen
Oestrike, IIA, Gerald Ponte, January grad-
uate, and Bob Ligiad, IIB, listen to Mr. Irwin
as he explains their next marching routine.
Fordson's concert band participants present
their routines as part of the half-time activities
home football games.
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Barbara Rehwinkel, l2A, tries out a new piece
af music as the rest of the string section and
vlr. lrwin listen. Seated in the front is Bette
Ainor, llA, and next to Barbara are Gloria
Szarek, l2A, Bruce Green, and Jeanie Weir,
llAs. Seated behind are Diane Wilczek and
Kathy Waters, l2Asg Dorothy Owen, llAf
ack Elliot, lOA, and Diane Brezovsky, llA.
Mr. Irwin has the band on the football field for a
practice session. He is shouting last-minute instructions
while the members of the band are preparing to
swing into a march.
Bass drummer, Jerry Seiner, l2A, checks an entrance on
the mimeographed marching formations sheet held by
Bob Neill, l2A, before the band begins a rehearsal of
one of the half-time shows they will perform at the next
home football game.
Vocal Classes Practice Many long Hours to Obtai
Members ofthe girls' glee club, Kathy Jarosz, Betty Cole,
llAs, Ann Defalco, llB, Betsy Averill, llA, Pat Elies,
l2Bg Barbara Conway, l2A, Flora Kendall, lOA, Sylvia
Zarzycki, January graduate, and l lBs Pat Mamola
and Norma Urquhart practice one of their numbers while
Mr. Norman Cramer, music instructor, accompanies them
on the piano,
Grace Wagner, l2A, piano accompanist for the choir,
is responsible for playing at the assemblies and all-
school performances. Here she is shown 'in action' at the
first assembly of the year.
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No, Mr. Cramer isn't doing a special kind of dance. He's
trying to get some of the concert choir members into two
lines before an assembly in which they are to sing.
elodious Combination of Voices for Perlormunces
ompanied by Dan Melnik, llA, on the piano and
Dowgiallo, January graduate, on the banio, the
i's glee club relates the story of 'Tom Dooley,' and his
ngular love affair for the student body attending
first concert of the school year. Mr. Rex Brown of
vocal music department is directing.
Mr. Brown directs the girls' glee club
as it performs 'l Love Paris' at the first
assembly given by the vocal music
groups last October. Grace Wagner
accompanies the group at the piano.
an Haddon and Cora Ridall, iOAsg Joyce Strathsma
Grace Wagner, 'l2Ag Carol Taier, llA, and
le Swaiian, l2A, are the girls who participate in
oice class conducted by Mr. Cramer. Here their
as are uniquely reflected by a large mirror in the
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"S-s-s-s BOOM " was the cry before each kickoff at the football
games. Varsity cheerleaders are engrossed in the action.
'e they go again! Those peppy cheerleaders are in the
lst of another one of their cheers. They are Captain Carolyn
esko, l2A, Dottie, Sandy Morone, January graduate, Elaine,
la and Carol.
A portrait of mixed reactions. Cheerleaders Carol Longridge,
I lA, Elaine MacPherson, former l IA, Linda Marzolo, 'I2A, and
Dottie Woodruff, January graduate, each reacts differently to
the action on the football field.
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What could be more exciting than a Fordson sports
event? Traditionally Fordson teams have finished on
top of their league. The large cheering sections at
any of the games testify to the tremendous extent of
school spirit. We're proud of our teams-from the
gridders to the batmen-because they're our favor-
ites. Most of all, we are proud of the fine sportsman-
ship-proud that they can lose a game and still win
Modern dance techniques are applied to football as a
'graceful' Royal Oak Dondero player makes an attempt
to block a pass to a Fordson man.
l2B Buddy Esman is intent on watching the Highland
Park football game while John Metzger, l2A, is talking
with Mr, George Lewis, coach, who is in the press box.
Buddy played football until he broke his wrist. John is
the football manager. He is using a special field-to-press-
box inter-com to talk to Mr. Lewis.
Fordson Gridders Open
Football Season With High
Hopes, Cheering Crowds
As the end of a game draws near, the boys on thx
bench react with different expressions and feelings
Allie Mohammed, l2B, looks over the heads of Bot
Aranosian, llA, Ralph Craddock, l2B, Ed Condon
lOA, Jerry Slavik, llA, Tim Czarniak, llAg Vit
Ciuk, l2Ap Bill Harder, l2A, Gino Polidori, llAg Mike
Luna, and Jim DallaVecchia, January graduates.
Fred Gray, llA, wears contact lenses for the football
games. John Peretto, '56 graduate, Mr. William Maas,
trainer, Buddy Esman, l2B, and Bob Aranosian, llA,
watch anxiously as Fred removes his lenses to clean them
because he has gotten dirt under them.
Dad's day is the annual event in which
we honor the proud fathers of the boys
on our football team. Here the dads are
anxiously awaiting the football game's
half-time ceremonies, of which they will
be a part. In the front row are Mr.
Robert Scott, uncle of Bob, IIB, Mr.
Andrew Palko, father of Andy, 1 2A, and
Mr. Harry Layden, father of Bill Sayyae,
'l2A. ln the back row are Mr. Sam
Antonucci, 'IIA Mike's dad, Mr. Frank
Haverty, father of Gary, l lB5 Mr. Garry
Goodrich, dad of Louis, 'l2A, and Mr.
Roy Scott, father of Dave, 'llA.
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Oftentimes 'minor' points make the difference in a game.
Mr. Michael Megregian, head coach, backed up by
l'lA Gino Polidori, tells the boys some of the things
that they did wrong in a scrimmage session.
It may look like an all out free for
all, but actually the pile-up occurred
at the Fordson-Edsel Ford game.
Here fullback Bill Bleyaert, l2B,
drives through the Edsel Ford line
for one of his two goals. The final
score in the game was 20-13 in
favor of Fordson.
Forclson's Big ll Scores ll4 Pointe
Joe O'Hara, 'I2A, grimaces, as he
starts his run toward the goal line in
the Grosse Pointe-Fordson game,
when two Pointers start after him to
try to prevent his scoring a touch-
Highland Park players converge on
top of an unfortunate Fordson ball
carrier, as the two teams clash on
Fordson's field during the season's
first home game. Fordson went on to
win the game 14-O.
Bill Bleyaert, the Fordson ball car-
rier, makes an attempt to gain yard-
age, but two Highland Park players
immediately downed him. The break-
aways were many and successful as
Fordson defeated Highland Park.
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Edsel Ford l 3
Grosse Pointe 27
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Gary Haverty, llB, makes a "l
dash" to avoid the approac
Royal Oak defensive line as
attempts to gain a few yards.
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I9 Highland Pork
One of the Waterford players tries
to dive at Jim Prochaska, llA, but
doesn't quite make it. Fordson went
on to win this one with a score of
We won! After the game with Water
ford, Vic Ciuk, i2A, Ray Peck,
ary graduate, and Paul
carry football Coach Bob
the field. The expression on
Olsen's face infers that he knew
would win all along!
This is one of the few times W
ford got a chance to "down"
of our players. Jerry Slavik,
gets away from one of the Water
ford men, but can't stay away
Waterford's number 48.
little trouble tackling Waterford
man who has the ball.
Breaking away from the Waterford
scrimmage line, Jerry Slavik runs
with the ball for a gain while the
other two Fordson players are ready
to block their opponents.
Number 15 Fred Gray, llA, has
Louie Messina,,.lanuary graduate,
and Vic Ciuk successfully stop a
Royal Oak ball carrier from gaining
any additional yardage in their
continual drive for a touchdown.
Will he make it? Paul Griglio, l2A, heads toward the
Royal Oak end zone during one of the last games of the
season. The breakaway was unsuccessful, however, as
the Acorns downed the Tractors, I4-O.
End Harry Ayers, l2A, makes a spectacular catch during
the rugged home game with Royal Oak. The highlights
of the game were the usual fast action of the players
and good Acorn blocking.
Coaches Laurence Soldan and Robert Olsen are giving Ted Yanchula and Ralph Craddock,ll
instructions to Louis Goodrich, 12A lbehind Mr. Soldanl, follow the action on the field. Their fa:
and Harry Ayers at the game with Royal Oak. indicate that Fordson has just be
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Coach letsche's Swimmers Don't Tuke leugu
Busy fixing and pointing the equipment used during
the swimming meets, are members ofthe team. They
are Bill Mitchel, Tom Morrison, Don Hemke, all 'llAsg
Jim Burns, IOA, ond l lAs Bill Weir ond Chuck Hull.
If odd facial expressions, moans, groans, and
sorts of noises could help win a meet, Fordson's swi
ming team would win every time. Team spirit is a k
help in every sport and Fordson students show tl'
they have plenty of it. The boys in the foreground c
on the swimming team.
itle, Use 58 59 Season to Build
As l2As Eileen Ladd, announcer, and Judy Townsend, subsiifuling
for regular iypisl, Jean Korte, prepare to announce and record
the results of the las? race, Art Kennedy, June '57, and Frank
Judnich, lOA, anxiously peer at the list.
This is one way io build muscles' Swimmers llAs Eugene Swls
and Jerry Dragon, and llBs Dennis Anderson and Ron Abraham
'Iimber up' before swimm
Joe Colliton, freestyler, takes a short break from practice to With lingers spread and arms outstretched, 10A Tom Miller
talk about his swimming with Tom Miller, butterfly stroker. Mr. shows 11As Dave Dinglie and .lim Baxter his technique used in
William Letsche, coach, and Victor Hess, reserve swimmer. the butterhy stroke. The boys often work with each other to
perfect strokes and turns.
Bill Bleyaert, 12B, and 12As Andy Palko, Mike McNamara and
Lyndel Jacobs, 128, wait with anticipation for the starting signal
in a practice dive. The team went all out this year and practice
sessions were held as often as possible.
26 Grosse Pointe 70
52 Highland Park 44
28 Monroe 68
47 Dondero 49
56 Wyandotte 40
29 Arthur Hill 67
29 Grosse Pointe 71
51 Highland Park 45
31 Monroe 61
34 Dondero 56
62 Wyandotte 34
That's our boy! Fordson diving star William "Butch" Monthuven,
i IA, goes into another of his perfectly executed dives during a
meet in the home pool.
Mike McNamara, l2A, looks up, but he doesn't have time to
soy much before he makes the turn and starts on another lap
of the backstroke.
Bucketmen of Couch Jin
Games Against Truditionu
Modern Dancing? lt couldn't bel They may be graceful enough,
but the coach wouldn't appreciate it. Grosse Pointer, Lars
Anderson, number 5l, is being chased by January Graduate,
Emil DeGrazia, number lO, Roxy Jewett, number 24, and l lA
Mr. Jim Vanderrlull, basketball coach, is having a pep talk
with the team amid the confusion in the locker room. The players
include l lA Mike Antonucci, l IB Dave Scott, 12A Skip Palise,
and 'llA Chuck Burns. Behind Coach VanderHull is Dominic
Papalia, June '57, who is often official scorer at the Fordson
Where's the ball? Fordson's Leo Tc
January graduate, and Roger Obi
l2A, along with Monroe's .lohn Ba
number 23, and Bob Miller, number
are searching for it. Each of the l:
looks as though the game were te
'underHulI Win Important
ivuls-Pointer Blue Devils
Basketball or Klckball2 Its hard to tell what number 23 Ronald
Harper from Grosse Pounte rs trymg to do But one thmg ns
certain HA Joe O Hora number 30 and IIB Jerry Chandler
wall do therr best to stop hum
'Naughty boy, mustn't touch," motions forward number I3, Jim
Howard from Grosse Pointe, as Fordson forward, Roger Oberg,
I2A, tries to get the ball away from Grosse Pointer, Lars
Anderson, number 51.
The tensions of a hard-fought game are plainly visible on the
faces of Fordson's Dave Scott, 128, Leo Tosto, January grad-
uate, Monroe's Russ Ott, number 41, and Roxy Jewett, January
graduate, as they battle for the ball. Monroe was outclassed
and the Tractors triumphed 50-38.
Muscles tense, the crowd stands with fists clenched, and thoughts
of possible plays come to January graduate and captain ofthe
basketball team, Emil DeGrazia, as he evades Grosse Pointer,
36 Berkley 49
45 Belleville 48
45 Grosse Pointe 41
60 Waterford 39
44 Highland Park 70
49 Ann Arbor 47
50 Monroe 38
59 Dondero 66
49 Dearborn 61
54 Wyandotte 53
46 Grosse Pointe 45
29 Highland Park 56
48 Monroe 46
51 Dondero 58
58 Wyandotte 52
72 Allen Park 41
57 Lincoln Park 47
39 Wyandotte 38
59 Taylor Center 57
48 Pontiac Central 57
37 Berkley 29
38 Belleville 59
32 Grosse Pointe 26
36 Waterford 29
27 Highland Park 48
32 Ann Arbor 48
39 Monroe 34
50 Dondero 40
50 Dearborn 63
50 Wyandotte 45
38 Grosse Pointe 43
29 Highland Park 34
17 Monroe 40
31 Dondero 24
31 Wyandotte 33
"Oh no you don't," Tom Mittig, IQA, is saying to Highland Park's
Mcintosh as Tom gains possession of the ball and prepares to
pass to a teammate. The Parkers added Fordson to their long
list of victims 70-44.
Harriers Proudly Boost ol Four Victories In '58-'59 Season
Cross country runners watch the birdie while posing for an
"official" picture. They are lback rowl Butch Monthaven, 11A
and manager: Gene Long, 12Ai Bruce Green, 11A, Carl Ray,
12Ai Roger Lancina and Ray Polidori, January graduates,
Larry Walsh, 11A, Tom Marano, January graduate, Jerry
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Werner and Gary Mackoske, 12As, and Mr. Charles Held,
coach. The front row consists of Sam Palise, 12B and manager,
Dave Sluka and Dave Todor, 1lAs, Jerry Czapski, 11B, Tom
Dlugosz, January graduatei Jim Spurlock, 12A, Chris Dembek
and Dave Griglio, 10As, and Ran Pucilowski, 12A and manager.
CROSS COUNTRY SCORES
37 Dondero 24
37 V2 Thurston 21
26 Highland Fark 31
37 Wyandotte 24
Invitational at Thurston 7th of 13
33 River Rouge 24
17 Oak Park 44
37 Trenton 20
19 Catholic Central 42
37 Monroe 22
Regional at Grosse lsle 13th of 13
31 Melvindale 26
28 Allen Park 27
23 Taylor Center 35
Mr. Charles Held, cross country coach, proudly presents
ribbons to two tired but victorious Fordson runners.
Accepting the ribbons are Jerry Czapski, who placed
third, and Dave Sluka, who took first place and received
a blue ribbon at the Royal Oak meet. The team with the
lowest number of points at the finish is considered the
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Steve Sacha, l2A, is up on his toes as he powerfully drives the
ball over the net. The boys on the tennis team often come out
for early fall practice sessions to improve their serves and
returns before the next season.
Tennis Players Out
On Courts Smashing,
Valleying in Season
T There must be something quite hilarious in the way Mr. Bruce
Chambers, tennis coach, is demonstrating a serve to these re-
turning lettermen. They are l2A Roger Oberg, 128 Bob
Tomchuk, llAs Dennis Salisbury and Larry Walsh, and Steve.
Roger reaches out to return a hard-hit
ball to his opponents, as Steve is ready
to back him up. Steve and Roger are the
co-captains of the team, and they are the
strongest doubles players on the team.
Fordson's wrestling team smiles proudly
after winning eight of eleven meets. Front
row: IIA Mike Wierimaa, manager,
IIB: Joe Aragona, Gene Whitcomb,
I2A Bob Say, IIA Mel Baker, IOA John
Koren, IIB Joe Chiado, and IIA Dick
Watson, manager. Middle row: IIB Gary
Whitcomb, IIAs Dave Todor, Co-cap-
tain Louie Medina, George Papadelisp
I2A Gene Long, IOAs Bill Cooper and
John Blum. Back row: Mr. William Wahl-
berg, coach, I2A Louis Goodrich, IOA
Steve Check, I2B Ralph Craddock, IIB
Don Olenik, I2A Dan Smuk and Man-
ager. Charles Bell, IOA. Co-captain Bill
Vitti, I2B, and Mike Marx, IIB, are
Mutmen End Wrestling Season with 8-3 Record
Oak Park I8
Edsel Ford I3
Oak Park I5
Dondero I 7
Edsel Ford I7
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Practice makes perfect, and our wrest-
ling team gets plenty of it. Here Michael
Marx, lwearing head protectorl I IB and
Charles Hadous, January graduate,
struggle with each other and prepare
themselves for the next meet.
Bill Robertson, l2A returning letterman, waits patiently for his
turn at bat during a baseball game. Bill plays the outfield and
second base for the team.
Returning lettermen Hold
Early Practice Sessions
For Spring Competition
'l2A Marv Fodor shows the pitching style he uses in the baseball
games in the spring. This ace pitcher also plays left field for
I Mr. Wayne Lawrie, who is starting his first season as baseball
coach, instructs John Guerrieri, HA, on the techniques used to
bunt a ball.
Silver Splash Swimmers Practice lor 'Musi
The girls go through the opening number of the water show "one
more time." As Gerry and Carol Parker gracefully enter the
water, Judy Sarrach and Beth Hampton, 1 lAs, move toward the
water for their plunge into the blue pool. Behind Judy is Sue Allan,
l2A, and behind Beth are Barbara Freeman and Diane Rebel.
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Before a water show is presented, the swimmers must w
hard hours together to perfect their routines, but ap
these girls enioy their work. They are Barbara Manga a
Rebel, 'lOAs, Carol Parker, l lA, Gerry Romanick, l0A,
Rebel, l2A, Barbara Freeman, HA, Carol Bilsky, l
Diana Kurzawa, llA.
As difficult as the stunts are, synchronized swimmers Joan Tuczak,
'l2A, Barbara Manga, Eileen Ladd, l2A, Frances Morgan, l lA,
and Carol Bilsky do them with ease and grace. Here they are
part of a pyramid.
usic, Music' Water Show
A sextet is photographed as it executes a difficult stunt called
the "balIet leg." ln the left row are Nancie Mlynek, Joan Tuczak,
and Sue Hnatio, while Marianna Piccone, l lA, Eileen Ladd, and
Frances Morgan are on the right.
As the swimmers practice marching for one of the numbers for
the show, Miss Virginia Valentine, physical education instructor,
checks the uniformity of their footwork. The girls are Nancie
Mlynek, l2A, Sue Hnatio, l'lB, Janice Abernathy, former l'lAp
Barbara Manga, Beth Hampton, Jeanne Zambisky, and Eileen
The lineupf lt's really a practice session to 'get in shape' for the
fast-approaching water show. The girls are 'l'lA Gail Kobzan,
IOB Pauline Bilsky, Carolyn Rebel, Joan Tuczak, 12A Barbara
Kurmas, Barbara Freeman, Diana Kurzawa, HA Marilyn Engel,
l2A Sue Allan, Carol Parker, and Carol Bilsky.
Truck Team Runs
Around Gym, Halls
Reudying lor Meets
One . . .two . . . three . . . four. 12A Gary MacKoske leads some
ofthe boys on the track team in a warming up exercise. The team
begins practice sessions in the boys' gym balcony during the
earliest days of spring. ln the first row are Bill Sayyae, l2A, Bob
Gauthier and Ed Braun, l lAs, and Sam Dennis, IOA. In the
second row are Jim Methven, IOA, Bruce Green and Chris
Layden, liAs, and Clarence Cerroni, 10B.
As Lester Preiskorn, l'lA, Tom, and Mike round the girls' gym
corridor, Mr. Charles Held, coach, signals to the boys that the
boys have completed five laps. Frank Variosian, llA, to Mr.
Held's left, awaits the quick arrival of the rest of the boys who
run in the corridors after 3:30.
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12A Paul Griglio, captain of the track team, demonstrates li
starting form for Harry Ayers lkneeling Ieftl and Carl Ray, 12A
Mike Papal? and Tom Jericho, l2Bs.
Intramurals Attract Those Who Enioy Sports
Who won? There is a slight discrepancy in
the scoring of Rosanne Mersdorf lseotedl,
l'lB, and Judy Reed, l2A. Their team-
mates, Lynda Lorcmger, Elaine Bouvy,
ond Carol Gustine, llBsg Emily Solo,
Jerrle Jacobson, and Pat McElhone, l2As,
point out an error.
lnformality is the keyword. The big attraction here is
mainly bowling, but o number of other things enter into
the tantalizing sport too, such as a convenient gab
session and c 'coke and chip' party.
Will it be a strike? This is probably the question Shirley Prisby,
I lA, is asking herself as the ball makes its way down the alley.
She is one of the many girls who participate in bowling intra-
Pat Horschak and Janice Davis, llAs, make up a routine to a
given musical rhythm. A large number of girls interested in
modern dance combined their efforts and produced Fordson's
first modern dance show last April.
After-schnol Sports Include
Modern dance provides a means of self expression through
movement. Here Barbara Esper, l'lA, Sally Krupski, lOA, Diane
Daskewicz, llA, and 12A Jean Daoust, use their hands and feet
to express themselves to music.
Coach William Colovas relaxes as he keeps score of the ping
pong tournament. As Ken Oates, T28 prepares for his op-
ponent's serve, Ken Pletzer, IOA and Jim Fulcher, former 'IOB
istanding beside Mr. Colovasl wait for the action to begin.
Bowling, Modern Dance, Basketball, Ping Pong and Others
Get that iump ball! l2A Theresa Scott leaps high into the air
to do iust that, but Jean Ferrari, IIA lwith back to cameral
makes it a bit more diHicult with her guarding maneuvers.
12A Joyce Peterson looks as though she is squealing with
delight throughout the whole episode.
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Special events, breaking the routine of school-
work, and giving students the opportunity for fun,
are always well accepted at Fordson. Highlighting
the i58-'59 year was Fordson Day last October 3l.
Another of this year's activities was the 5Oth all-
school play, 'Medea,' and assorted musical presen-
tations by our band and choral groups. Dances,
too, mean busy days ahead for Fordsonites.
.X was Vkkr M.,
"l crown you Queen Linda," says Louis Goodrich, l2A
co-captain of the football team as he precariously sets
the gleaming crown upon Linda Marzolo, l2A, the
Fordson Day queen.
Smiling attendants surround Linda after her crowning a
Fordson Day queen, an event which proved a fittin-
climax to a day filled with sparkling, majestic ceremonie
over which the Queen and her court ruled supreme. Th
attendants are Linda Smith, llBg Roberta Birk, llA
Linda Wrona, l2A, Josephine Mileto, January graduate
Sue Cole, l2B, and Mary Ann Ruggirello, IOA.
Petite linda Murzolo, l2A, Reigns As Fordson Day Queen
Dearborn's Mayor Orville Hubbard and Fordson's
American Field service student, Chen Oi Chin, l2A, ex-
change smiles as the mayor gives Chen Oi her corsage.
Gloria Parello, 128 student council president, looks on.
Winding up an evening of splendor at the Royal Drag
was the grand march. The attendants and their escorts in
the front row are Bob Stidham, a freshman at Detroit's
Electronics Institute, Sue Cole, llA, Tim Czarniak, llA,
Tiny Queen Linda is almost dwarfed by six-foot-four-inch
Larry Montre, l2A, co-captain of the football team, as
they dance after the crowning of Linda at the Royal
Roberta Birk, llA, Fidel Hernandez, Linda Smith, llBs,
Ron Gerard, Linda Wrona, l2As, Bob Malizia, Jo
Mileto, Roger Lancina, January Graduates, and MaryAnn
Senior Prom, Dances, Variety
While they dance at the senior prom, Leo Tosto, January gradu-
ate, is telling Carolee Vitick, l2A, one of the many peculiar
incidents that happen during basketball practice. Carolee seems
rather amused with the whole thing.
RIGHT: Smiling "cheese" for the birdie are Steve Sacha, l2A,
and January graduate Janet Daniel. Many couples pose for
souvenir photos throughout the evening. They make a nice
remembrance for the big night of every senior. The photogra-
pher is Angelo Arella. BELOW: Twenty-three skidoo! The
Roaring 20's are relived by Beth Hampton, Marian Engle, Kitty
Kulig, and Diane Drown, llA's. The girls performed for the
variety show and donned authentic costumes which were rented
from a museum.
Hermine Krikorian, IOA, lightly dances on her toes and plays
the castaneis as she does a Spanish dance for the variety show.
ow Highlight Student Activities
Smooth music and colorful decorations made the Fall Frolic
complete. This was the first stag-or-drag dance of the year
sponsored by the student council.
Libby Donnelly, l lA, seems to be enioying her iob as she kids
with IIA Joe Chiado over the number i3 coat check. Pauline
Oprea, l2A, is iust glad that the unlucky number proves lucky
by keeping her coat safe while she dances at the Senior prom.
The Cinderella stepping from her white carriage is January
graduate Judy Hurley. Her prince charming, Bob Tefter, also
a January graduate, seems eager to adiourn tothe Senior prom
which is already under way.
'The Mudwomun of Cltuillot' Delights Fordsonites wit
Constance, Aurelia, Josephine, and Gabrielle, the four mad-
women of Chaillot, brought many laughs from the audience.
They are portrayed by l2As Camille Kish, Ann Hodges, Carole
Swaiian, and Leslie Goeing.
Countess Aurelia is shocked by what the Ragpicker, Frank
Bouvy, l2A, has to say. "The world has changed, Countess,
people iust aren't the same!" In the background the street
singer, 'l2A Jean Lucas, and the doorman, Mike Rice, llA,
agree with the Ragpicker.
l lAs Jack MacDonald, the Broker, Jack Petrie, the Baron, and
l2B Larry Tokarski, the Prospector, are fascinated at what the
President, l2A Bill Burdick says about the possibilities of drilling
for oil in Paris.
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Countess Aurelia, The Madwoman of Chaillot, portrayed by
Ann Hodges, poses for a portrait. The play, which was sponsored
by the June senior class, was presented March l9 and 20.
Ann Hodges lcenterl, the Madwoman of Chaillot, has an unusual
expression on her face as l2As Bernice Blute ileftl and Sue
Baird say, "Madame, we are the ultimate dynamic!"
What should be done with a man who is drowning although he
- never entered the water? This situation poses a problem for
l2Bg Bill Gorman, l2Ag Ray McCurdy, l0A llying downlg Pat
Szymanski, lOAf Mike Rice, l lA, Bill Crawford, l lAg and Larry
several Chaillotians. From left to right they are Tom Urbaniak,
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Creon, the King of Corinth, played by
l2A Bill Burdick, has come to Medea's
house to banish her from the city. The
three women of Corinth, Carol Ann
Taier, l lA, Karen Rudnicki, llA, and
Ann Kirkby, l2A, listen with wonder-
ment to Creon's declaration. The sol-
diers in the background are .lack
Schmidlin, l2A, and George Kacha-
Medea's blood-stained hands and dress reveal the fate
of his two young sons to Jason, played by Walter
Koscielniak, l2A. This scene in the play contains all the
action and drama a tragedy can produce.
Carole Swuiiun Plays Vengelul Wife in 50th All
expertly demonstrates her ability on Walter Koscielniak
Make-up for any actor has to be applied with perfec-
tion, so that it will appear realistic yet not conspicuous.
Karen Goosby, l2A, chairman ofthe make-up committee,
rliool Drumu, Ancient Greek Tragedy, 'Medea'
Student director, Judy Townsend, l2A, listens as Carole
The nurse, played by Ann Hodges, l2A, and the tutor,
Bob Szalay, l2A, show deep concern after seeing the
strange behavior of Medea. The children in the back-
ground are Dwaine Koscielniak and Dale Kirkby, younger
brothers of Walter Koscielniak and Ann Kirkby.
rehecrses some of her most dramatic and vivid scenes.
Medea is at the feet of Creon begging that he not banish
her from the city until tomorrow.
Interested in funds for a soon-to-arrive senior prom, 128 oflicers
use the February sponge dance as a money-raiser. Class spon-
sors, Mr. Henry Lewis and Miss Clara Mae Beach, counselors,
Diane Novak, secretary, and Mary Ann Cook, director, stand.
Mary Perri, director, Sue Nagy, president, Tom Urbaniak, vice
president, and Ellen Schauppner, director, discuss the "Cupid's
Officers of l2B, IIA, Ill
The J-Hop in April keeps llA officers occupied. Here a week
before the dance Bonnie Sheren and Pat Talarczyk, directors,
Carol Meyer, secretary, Eugene Swis, treasurer, Bob Arano-
sian, president, and Miss Elsie Freitag, sponsor, go over details.
Jeanie, Weir, director, Sue Horvath, vice president, and Mr.
Michael Megregian, sponsor, are not shown.
PA Plan Class Activities
Kathy Roman, director, Ethel Champlain, director, Norma
James, director, Tom Beamer, president, Gayle Krepps, secre-
tary, Margaret Parker, treasurer, and Elaine Bouvy, vice
president, llB class officers are found in the student lounge
discussing plans for last April's J-Hop.
During a meeting of lOA class officers, Barbara Manga, vice
president, Pat Fondron, director, .lo DiVincent, secretary, and
Mary Evangelista, treasurer iseatedl compare notes. Gail
Curry, director, Sam Dennis, president, and Toni Gallo, director
istandingl look on.
Faculty, Students Engage in Vuriou
Reach, reach, reach! Mrs. Katherine Godfrey, health
instructor, appears to be spinning the ball on her tinger
as she prepares ta sent it over into the opposing court.
Standing ready to assist is Miss Lorraine Thomassin,
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The 10B Glee club finds singing in fun, relaxation, and work,
when it is directed by Mr. Rex Brown, vocal music teacher. First
row: Joyce Tryall, Rose Naiarian, Louise Brown, Carole Bray-
man, Joan Kostin, Joanne Labate. Second row: Pauline Bilsky,
Kathleen Lacy, Anita Tadia, Sue Wilkas, Christine Aranosian,
and Arlene Brown.
Sometimes it gets tense, and Mr. Jim VanderHull, basketball
coach, is excited. Here, in the excitement of a close game, Mr,
VanderHull leaps from his seat to encourage the team.
Forms of Recreation, Relaxation
Mr. Michael Cardone and Tom Chappel's mother, Mrs. Norman
Chappel, become aware of the camera during Fordson's cele-
bration of American Education Week in November. Mrs.
Harold Jaukkuri, 12B Bonnie's mother, ioins the 'eyes front'
tendency. The parents are here to discuss their children's records
in English with Mr. Cardone.
Miss Jane Lombard, iob training and placement co-ordinator,
braces herself to 'wham' the ball during the Faculty-GAA
volleyball game. Mixs Joan Hitchner, health education teacher,
is ready to assist. The GAA team edged the instructors by one
Miss Florence Shuster, English, puts baked beans on the plate
of Mr. Paul Luoma, industrial, at the faculty picnic. Mr. Ted
Matley, industrial, Mrs. Ethel lvanotf, commercial, and Mrs.
Luoma help themselves to other items.
Nothing like a baseball mitt to confuse matters at a football
banquet. Counselor Laurence Soldan, former coach of the
reserve team, must either be thinking of a way to use the mitt
to catch the football, or thinking ahead to spring sports. He is
probably conferring with Mr. Robert Olsen, line coach, on the
problem. Mr. Harry McKitrick, head coach of the reserve team,
is the 'surprised' man an the right.
lt is evident, by this picture, that the football banquet is truly
a 'boring and serious' session. Pictured with 'grim' faces are
Bill Harder, and Bill Sayyae, l2As, Jim DallaVecchia, and Leo
Tosto, January graduates, Louis Messina, and Larry Montre
lwith back to cameral l2As, and January graduate Mike Luna.
Banquet Time Come
Mr. Olsen shows his knack for other things besides football.
Obviously, Coach Mike Megregian lcenter, cracking upl can-
siders his iokes really hysterical. Mr. William Maas, trainer, and
Mr. William Letsche, reserve backfield coach, agree. On Mr.
Olsen's right is Mr. George Lewis, reserve coach.
nce Again lor Fordsonites
Pat Fordell, l2A, takes movies of the recipients of large letters
at the GAA banquet: Judy Mendolia, Virginia Zitny, Janice
Diehl, Carol Turchan, Marge Metzger, and Beverly MacNellis,
l2Asg Pat McErlain, January graduate, and Mary Margaret
Virginia ileftl and Judy icenterl help
'heir 'tall man' friend, Sharon Wensko,
'o the 'circus arena'. Janice is busy with
'he 'weights' required for her 'strong
nan' act. All are l2As.
Mr. James Osterberg, English instructor, congratulates Jo Mileto,
a member of his graduating homeroom, as he hands her the
diploma. Behind Jo are Eva LaPan, Elizabeth Nicholson, Wynn
Lowell, and Doloros Moroz, all January graduates.
The time has finally arrived! The caps and gowns are ready to
be distributed to the January graduates. Mr. Ray Schultz,
English instructor, and Bob Tomchuck, l2B, lrightl, help beaming
Maureen Keane, January graduate, as she anxiously opens
Speakers, Sadness, Cup
Families and friends emerge from the auditorium to congratulate
the January graduates and wish them well. Proud is the senior
who can wear a Fordson cap and gown and say, "l've made it!"
throughout her commencement exercises, January graduate Pa
Dowglallo has a reminiscent expression typical of the graduatm
As she carefully folds the blue cap and gown that she wore
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seniors. Could three years really have gone by so swiftly?
owns Mark .lunuury Commencement Exercises
loger Craig, from the board of education, de-
a speech to the audience assembled for the
lry graduation in the Fordson auditorium. He is
January graduate Vickey Dimoff, one of the student
speakers at commencement exercises, gives a talk on
individualism. The speech was entitled "Go Ahead,
Be Different. Who Us?"
The second speaker, Emil DeGrazia, also talks to his
classmates about the subiect of individualism. His
speech was "Go Ahead, Be Different, Who Me?"
Fronf row: TEFFER, GOODRICH, CIUK, AYERS, DALLAVECCHI
LUNA. Second row: Line Coach ROBERT OLSEN, DONELSOI
DECK, SMITH, BILSKY, DAVID SCOTT. Third row: Assisfcni Lil
Couch MARTIN ROSS, O'HARA, WEHMEYER, CONDO
POLIDORI, BLEYAERT, GRAY. Fourih row: Head Coach MICHA
MEGREGIAN, PROCHASKA, HAVERTY, GAUTHIER, VIT'
BAKER. Fifth row: Bcckfield COOCI1, WILLIAM LETSCHE, TELE
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DSTIN, ARANOSIAN. Third row: BACHOREK, ANTONUCCII
YAN, DRAGAN, OSMAN, B. SCOTT. Fourth row: HILL:
NGLIE, ODOM, FORGE, BREDA, SLAVIK. Fifth row: SCAR-
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and row: BAXTER, SWIS, COLLITON, ABRAHAM, WILLIAM
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With the final days of their high school career
approaching, the graduates are filled with mixed
emotions. Could three years have gone by so
quickly? l2As don't know whether to cry about all
the experiences of the past three years, or to
laugh and be happy about the achievement of the
first of their many goals. The days at Fordson have
brought so many happy moments which they would
like to live over, and many sad, melancholy times
they will remember wistfully. Our life here at
Fordson is the foundation for the many wonderful
things to come. Once again, we will be in a World
of Our Own ....
JANUARY CLASS OFFICERS
RAYMOND Pouookl SANDRA ZUNICH
Prggidgnf Vice Pl'6Sid0Ilf
SANDRA MORONE JOSEPHINE EVANGELISTA
PATRICIA DOWGIALLO SYLVIA MIHOLANCAN I-ll-I-IE MOVSESIAN
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During the January commencement exercises a
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graduating seniors. lt seems like only yesterday
that they bought the ever-popular elevator
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Carol Clough linda Cooper Lee Cork William Cseh Mary Clan David Czarnecki
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James DallaVecchia Janet Daniel Mary Davis Elaine Dawson Raymond Day
Emil DeGrazia Richard Dembrowski James DeNoon Robert Devyak Victoria Dimolf
What in the world's going on? Carol Clough,
January graduate, adiusts the 'headache' band
of Susan Crawford, l2B. The bands were stylish
and a lot of girls donned them during the year.
Barbara Mattson, January graduate, on the left,
seems to think the whole thing is just a big joke!
Louise Dudrewicz Frank Dypka Dave Enderich Martin Ferris
Chester Grzeskowski Charles Hadous Betty Hamood Jon Harrison
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and smiles happily as her brolher, Ruben, June '50
bestows a kiss on her. On the left is Lillie's aunt, Mrs.
Gregory Alkazofif, and To the right of Lillie is her
molher, Mrs. Khoren Movsesian, and her cousin, Haig.
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Eva LaPan George Lousias Mike Luna Palricia McErlain Bob Malizia Lorraine Mankus
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it should unless a red-faced underclassman is
punished for sneaking a drink out of the most
well-known fountain in school. lt's all part of
the life we live here al Fordson . . . so full,
yet so short.
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Paul Petish Peter Petish Alice Petroski
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thing. At least that's what January graduates Bob
Devyak and Jack Wolak think as they watch
Barbara Rehwinkel, January graduate, attempt
to keep the hoop spinning.
Gerald Shaw Patricia Sidelko
Sharon Swanson Gloria Szarek
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caught drinking from the senior fountain and she had to 'repent.' Here she
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Naomi Harris, l2As, give helpful advice as to where to wash next!
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will look back on those first days at Fordson
and remember the experiences they've had
since that time. It seems like only yesterday . . .
Susan Baird Virginia Baker Sharon Barron Richard Becker
Gloria .lean Bielawski Patricia Bill Pat Biorkman Bob Blaze
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As sophomores, they spent their time becoming
familiar with the surroundings and schedules.
In their iunior year they ran for class offices,
sponsored o dance and were proud to be a
'part' of Fordson-but the best year was yet
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Angie Candela Dan Capen
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James Cayley Tom Chapel Helen Chase Chen Oi Chin Elena Ciavaglia Robert Claramunt
Scenes such as this are a familiar sight to Ford-
sonites during the football season. Tony DelGreco,
l2A, sells Gail Curry, lOA, a program as Carol
Turchan and Pauline Oprea, l2As, hurry to get a
Barbara Conway Christine Cox Sylvia Cozzo Katherine Crebassa
Jeaneane Duoust James Doulton Carol Davis Anthony DelGreco
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Ronald Drews James Dubois Walter Dudek Louis Dughi Biddie Dunbar Marilyn Dunbar
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first material mascot, a i926
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now, assistant principal, does the
honors when the tractor makes its
debut. The mascot was introduced
to the students at the first home
football game ofthe season.
Karen Dunn Joyce Duspiva Radmila Dxlgurski Hedy Dzwonkowski Kay Edwards William Edwards
Lawrence Eix Mary Ann Elllaie Donald Eliott Caroline Filek W. Michael Fisher Susan Fitzsimmons
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Mary Galabotf Bob Gallina
Sharon Foisie Patricia Fordell Bill Fox
Corinne Gallucci Bill Garan James Garbarx
As seniors, they realize that their high school
career is quickly-too quickly-coming to a
close. The last year at Fordson is considered
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Ronald Gerard Gary Germain Elanor Giannelli Erma Jean Gilhula Marlene Goch John Godre
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Naomi Harris Dale Hayes
For some there were iob applications, while
others were constantly filling out college appli-
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class rings, exchanging photos and name cards
are all a part of the 'glamour' of being a senior.
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John Hayes Pat Hayward
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Paul Lawrence, June '58, and Vicky Bacilla, January
graduate have their attention directed elsewhere, but
they do have time for a friendly chat at the annual stag
or drag get-acquainted dance sponsored by the student
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Mary Ann Kalamarz Karl Kay Kominski Mary Ann Karchnick
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girls volunteered to make these signs
as often as needed and have been
doing them ever since.
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The typical reaction is given by the students of Fordson
when one of their boys scores two points at o fast-moving,
Grinnell Eugene Long, Jr. Jeanne Lucas Claudia Lukesich Judith Ann Lundgren Catherine Lutz
Bernard Maciag Sandra MacKenzie Marge Mahon Vicky Malic Rose Marne Manclnl
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Mary Margaret McConnell Patricia McEIhone Nancy McGovern Bob Mclntire
Elvera Julia Mendolia Robert Mendrzychi Carmelo Menniti Lewis Messina
Marge Metzger Don Michie Judy Milam Patrick Milne
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When the lobles are turned and the
Fordson team loses possession of the
ball, the fans go wild! The tension builds
up to such c great extent, that the gym-
nosium is filled with one continuous yell.
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Andrew Minni Sandy Mitchell
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Sandra Mooradian Harriet Moore Wesley Morden Jane Morga
During this championship intramural
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Mary Ann EIHaie, and Sue Roman await
the moment the ball is struck so that they
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Grace Morgan Phillip Morris
George Morrison, Jr. Harold Mozingo William Nabor Judith Nabozny Sylvia Nagy Delores Narkun
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'Four seventy-five . . . and tive dollars.'
Apparently Jeanne Vetowich, IIA,
practices everything she has learned in
Fordson's after-school Christmas training
program while she makes change for
the 'five dollar bill' from Dale Hayes,
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Mary Polkowski Lucy Poole
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Patricia Race Linda Lee Rovencraft Carl Ray Carolyn Rebel Jon Delos Reed Judy Marlene Reed
Soon commencement announcements are sent
out. Then comes the day when every parent is
filled with pride because his son or daughter is
graduating. The traditional flags of all nations
are colorfully displayed on the football field.
Carol Reidenback Howard Renton Roger Ringuette
Connie Rocco Priscilla Rockefeller Sylvia Ann Roehrer
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Alexander Sassak Carlos Saucedo Robert Say William Sayyae Theresa Scott Gerald Seiner
Bob Selwa Bob Seog
Maureen Shields .loan Marilyn Shishkoi Raymond Shock
A student speaker's voice rings loud and clear
over the public address system and the remi-
niscent graduates review their three short years
at Fordson. They are departing from the frantic
school routine of rushing to classes and borrow-
Bob Seruga .lim Settles
Veronica Mary Skolarus
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Stephen Smuk Carol Ann Snapp Wanda Sneed Dennis Sobkowiak Ann Sotto Sante
They leave term papers for the challenging new
life of a graduate-perhaps going on to college
or getting a iob-facing the world of oppor-
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Now they have reached the goal of graduation.
Highlighting the last few days of school is the
long-awaited senior prom. The billowy gowns
and neat tuxedos are secondary only to the
warm glow shared by the graduating seniors,
together for the last time.
.lim Tobin Marie Tolinski Adele Tonriste
Nancy Trapp Joan Tuczak Carol Turchan
Judith Townsend Bob Tracy
Sharon Vereb Ida Joan Vernarelli
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Diane Waxney Hassen Wehab Marvin Weide
Janice Wagner Richard Walczybock Nancy Warner
Terry Welch Jack Wendt Sharon Wensko
All good things must bome to an end, and so
they have. Seniors will exchange their high
school 'world' for a bigger, more complex one,
but the memories will linger. Today they're
students . . . tomorrow, alumni,
Jerry Werner Gail Wheatley
Diane Wilczek Christine Wilk
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Adeline Wioncek Richard Wioncek
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Linda Wrona Marie Yakimovicz Carole Zagwolski Beverly Zander
Laura Edna Worth Christine Wright
Robert Zemke Virginia Zitny
Roy Shock, Joan Shiskofl, Maureen Shields, and Alice Shevock
decorate the Christmas tree in their l2A homeroom. Every year
Fordson goes 'all out' for the yuletide season, purchasing
nearly 50 trees and turning every bulletin board into ol urge
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Aboud, Margaret ....
Aboud, Mary ...,, .
Abraham, Marilyn .....
Abraham, Ron ....,...
Adams, Sally Kaye. .
Adkinson, Judith ,...,
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Alessandrini, Josette. .
Allan, Sue ..,4,,,,,,...
Allen, Mr. Archie. . .
Allen, Mr. Fred. . .
Alley, Nalin .....
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Andary, Beverly ....
Anderson, Dennis. . .
Anderson, Lars .......
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Andrews, Bruce .....
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Arogona, Joe ...... ...,.... 1 08
Aranosian, Bob ,...... ....126, 139
Aranosian, Christine... ,,...... .128
Ardis, Mr. Dorman .,.. ...20, 21, 27
Arella, Angelo ....., ..... . .120
Arrants, Sue ..... .... 1 54
Assel, Ernest ...,. ...... 1 54
Attee, Betty ,.... ,,,,,,, 1 47
Audia, Joanna .... ......,.,. 6 8
Ayers, Harry .....,. .... 1 12, 154
Aznavorian, Arlene .... ....... 1 41
Bachorek, Pat ........ .,.... 1 54
Bacilla, Vicky .... ,... . . . 147
suidy, John ,,,,, ........ . 102
Baird, Sue ...,.... .... 1 23, 154
Baker, Mrs. Elinor. . . .,.... . .71
Baker, Mr. Gene .... ....... 2 7, 32
Baker, Mel ...,.,, .... 1 08, 172
Baker, Virginia .... .... 6 7, 154
Bakos, Marion ,.,... ....,.. 5 3
Ball, Mrs. Dorothy .... ..... 7 9
Baloh, Donna ....... .,.. 6 B
Banciu, Mrs. Anna ..,. .,.. 2 1
Baran, Joe .......... .... 3 9
Barbat, Mrs. Mary. .. . . . .21
Bard, Charles ....... ..,. 3 9
Baron, Arlene ..... ,... 4 8
Barron, Sharon ..... .... 1 54
Barton, Leonard ..,.... .... 1 47
Barton, Mr. Theodore. ..... 27
Bortsch, JoAnn .,.... .,.,... 1 47
Bartus, John ....... .... 3 6, 147
Bath, Jack .,.,..... ...... 1 47
Battistone, Janet .,.. ..... 5 3
Battistone, Lois. ..... ....... 4 8
Battistone, Connie ...,. ....... 1 47
Baxter, Jim .,.,.... .... 1 OO, 137
Baxter, Joan .......... ....,...,. 4 8
Baydoun, Dalal .................... 41
Beach, Miss Clara Mae ,...... 23, 26, 126
Beauchamp, Mr. John.. . . .22, 26, 44
Beamer, Tom ..,.,.... .... 3 B, 127
Becker, Richard .,,.. ....., 1 54
Beclcs, Sharon ...,.,... .... 1 54
Beddow, Mr. Herbert.. ...21, 34
Bell, Charles ....... ...... 1 08
Bercheny, Alex ....,... ..,.... 1 54
Bibeau, Mrs. Mary ..., .......... 2 1
Bice, Miss Elizabeth... ...20, 23, 26
Bielawski, Gloria. ... ....,, .154
Bienick, Jerry ......, , . .......... 66
Biestek, Mrs. Gladys ......... .... 2 6, 46
sau, Patricia .,.,.,,,.. 53, 78, 154, 174
Bilsky, Carol ,..,.. ,,........ 1 10
Bilsky, Pauline.. ......, 110, 128
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Biorkman, Pat . . ..... 154
Blahovec, Karen. . . 147
Blair, Ron.. .... . .
Blaze, Robert .... . . .
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Bleyaert, Bill ........
Bloink, Peg. ..,. .
Blum, Joan. .
Blum, John ....
Blusky, Carol ....
Blute, Bernice ..,,...
Bobinac, Bob ..,.,....
Bockstanz, Mr. Glenn..
Bogotay, Janice .....
Boiki, Ed .........
Bonanno, Tony ......
Bontiglio, Mr. John ....
Borland, Margaret ..,,
Borraio, Joe ........
Bos, Mrs. Gertrude ..,,
Bouvy, Elaine .......
Bouvy, Franklin. .
Bowman, Tam ..,..
Bracken, Judy ,.....
Bratton, Bob. . . .
Brawn, Ed .......
Brayman, Carole. .....
Breeze Geneva ..,.
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Bronner, Tom .......
Brough, Dan ..,....
Brough, Mrs. Helen. .
Brough, Larry ...,..
Brown, Arlene ......
Brown, Geraldine. . .
Brown, Louise ..,...
Brown, Mr. Ray ,....
Brown, Mr. Rex ....
Bruckner, Joan ....
Brusco, Judy. . .
Buck, Albert ....
Butalini, Ken. . .
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Butiane, Carmen... . . .
Bullard, Mr, William.
Bunnell, Sharon .....
Burck, William .....
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Burns, Chuck .,....... . . . 102,
Burns, Jim ......,...... .... 6 6, 98
Burrell, Miss Dorothy. ...... 26
Busch, George ....., . . . 141
Butler, Sylvia ....... , , , 155
Buttigieg, John. .. . .. . 42
Butzlaff, Richard. .. ,, ,136
Byers, Deanna .... , , ,59
Bzura, James .... ...155
Caldwell, Carole .,.. ....,...... 1 42
Calkins, Mr. Donald. .. ..,........ . . . .23
Callaghan, Gale ...,...,........,. 140
Calvin, Donna ...... .... 5 8, 60, 70, 155
Campbell, Steve.. . .......... 58, 81
Condela, Angie ..... ........,.. 1 55
Copen,Dan ...... ...141,155
Caracci, Linda .... . .....,. 155
Cardellio, Tony. ......... .... 5 9, 156
Cardone, Mr. Michael .... ...,,. 1 29
Carey, Carole.. .,,. ,,,. 1 56
Carlson, Dale ....... . . .156
Carlson, Judy. . .. ...156
Carlson, Richard .... . . .156
Carroll, Sue. ,...... ...... 1 56
Carter, Dorothy .... ......... 4 6
Caruso, Sam. ... .... 25, 147
Castelnero, Joe ..... ...... 1 47
Cayley, James ....,. .,.. 1 56
Cerroni, Clarence. . . . . . 1 12
Certo, Loretta ..,... ..... 6 O
Chaklosh, Sandra. . . ..,....,.. .147
Chambers, Mr. Bruce. ..,.,... 26, 107
Champlin, Ethel ...... .... 7 7, 127, 174
Chandler, Jerry. . . . ...... 103, 138
Chapel, Mrs. Norman ..,........ 129
Chapel, Tom ........ .... 7 3, 140, 156
Char, Arlene ....,.. ........... 1 47
Charlick, Mr. LeRoy.. ..., 42
Chase, Helen ..,... . . . .156
Check, Steve ,......
Chiado, Evelyn ......
Chiado, Mrs. Evelyn..
Chiado, Joe .........
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Christensen, Robert. .
Ciampa, June ...,..
Ciavaglia, Elena. . . .
Cini, MaryAnn . . .
Claramunt, Al ,......
Claugherty, Miss Elizabeth. . . . . . . .23
Clelland, Miss Mary. ...... ....... 2 6
Clough, Carol ........ . . . 147, 148
Colaluca, Dan ..... .
Colliton, Joe .........
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Colovas, Mr. William ........ . . .66
Colter, Mr. Lorne ....
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Cook, Mary Ann ....
Cooper, Bill ...........
Cooper, Linda ...........
Copony, Miss Dorothy
Cork, Lee ..........
Cork, Nancy ..... . .
Cox, Christine ....
Cox, Ronald ...,.
Couo, Sylvia .......
Craddock, Ralph ....
Craig, Mr. Roger .....
Cramer, Mr. Norman ....
Crawford, Bill ........
Crawford, Sue .....
Crebassa, Kathy. . .
Creighton, Carolyn ....
Cripps, Mr. Jesse. . .
Cross, Mr. Eldon .....
Cross, Mr. Harold. . .
Cseh, Bill .........
Cummins, Mr. Eugene ....
Curcuru, Joanne .....
Cuda, Jeanette. . .
Curran, Mr. John. .
Currin, Phyllis. ....
Curry, Gail ..,,....
Curtice, Bonnie Jo. . .
Czan, Mary.. .....
Czapski, Jerry ......
Czarnecki, Dave ....
Czarniak, Tim ...,.
Daios, Susan .... . . .
DaIlaVecchia, Jim .......
Daniel, Janet ..,....
Daniels, Mr. Ray ....
. ...27, 59, 61,66
64, 65, 130,148
Daovst, Jean .....
Darwish, Jane ......
Daszkiewicz, Diane .....
Doulton, James ...,..
Davis, Carol ......
Davis, Janice ....
Davis, Mary .....
Dawson, Cynthia. . .
Dawson, Elaine ....
Day, Raymond .....
DeChane, Edith ....
DeGrazia, Emil ....
DeGrazia, Vic .....
DeHayes, Al ......... .
DeHeuss, Mr. John ....
Delyon, Danice ......
Dembowski, Richard . ..
Dennis, Sam ..,...
DeNoon, James ....
DeSantis, Clelia. ..
DeSantis, Jerry ....
DesRochers, Anne. .
Devlin, Mike ......
Devyak, Bob .....
Dey, Charlotte ....
Dickey, Gordon ....
Dickey, Stewart ....
Diehl, Janice ......
Dimitriou, Angelo ..... .
Dimotf, Victoria ....
Dinglie, Dave .....
Diroff, Mr. Joseph. .
Dittmer, Nancy ,...
DiVincent, Anita ....
DiVincent, Jo .....
Dlugosz, Tom .....
Doak, Phyllis. . .
Donelko, Karen ....
Donnelly, Libby. .....
Doom, Connie .....
Dowgiallo, Patricia .
Doyle, Stanley. .. . .
Dragan, Dick ......
Dragan, Jerry. . ..
Drews, Ronald .....
Driese, Mrs. Nelle. .
Drown, Diane .....
....B2,114,156 Dubois,Jirn....,. ....73,157
.....36, 114 Dudrewicz, Louise... ....58,148
......156 Dughi,Louis....... .......157
156 Dunbar,Biddie..... ....67,157
...82,83 114 Dunbar, Marilyn ..., ,,,,,, I 57
.......l48 Duncon,Pat...... ,,,,,21
.BO Dunn,Karen..... ,,,,,157
.. 148 Duspiva, Joyce .... .... 6 7,157
............148 Dyer,Dick...... ,,,,,,136
............148 Dypka,Frank....... ......148
64, 102, 104, 148 Dzialo, Barbara ...... . . .60, 82
.52 Dziguski,Radmilla..... .,,,157
........148 Eastwood,Mrs.Hilda.... .....26, 27, 73
....112,127 Edwards,Kay........ ....67,69,157
......148 Edwards,Bill....... .........157
.......38 Eix,Lawrence...... ,,,,,,,I57
...75, 156 ElHaie, MaryAnn. .. ,,,,60, 157
156 EIiott,Donald.... ,,,,,157
. . ........ 157 Elliott, Jack .... .... 6 6, 137
64, 140, 148, 151 Emerick, Bev ..... ......,, 3 2
...........157 Emery,Betty... ..
136 Enderich,David... ,.,,142,I48
............137 EngeI,Marilyn..... .......110
.63, 69, 131, 157 Engle, Marian ..... ..... 1 20
.52 Erickson,Hilma...... ,,,b7
..3B, 56, 83, 148 Erzthaler, Dorothy ..... .......... 7 3
.... 14B Bangelista, Josephine... . . . .69, 143, 146
148 Evangelista,Mary...... ..........127
.......78,140 Faber,Lee........... ...77
...60, 121, 143 Failor, Mr. Harvey ..... .... . 26
...........157 Farr,Nancy........ ....,.38
...133, 142, 146 Feciashko, Daria ..... ...53, 74
.........l57 Ferris,Martin.... ,,,,,,,148
. ..... 157 Filek, Caroline ...... .. .32, 67, 157
.....70,l2O Fisher, William..... .......157
During one of the entertainment acts of the GAA banquet 1 1Bs
Ethel Champlin, Kathy Roman, and Sharon Young 'laugh
hysterically' at the antics of the performers. 10A Betty Longmate
and 12As Pat Bill and JoAnne Gehringer, are in the back-
Fitzpatrick, Mr. Louis ....
Fitzsimmons, Susan .....
Fleming, Audrey ....
Flores, David ....,
Fodor, Marvin ....
Foisie, Sharon .....
Fondren, Pat .....
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Fordell, Patricia ..,,. .... I
Forgach, Dick ..... .......... 1 37
Formosa, Fran ..... .... 3 4, 59, 67
Forster, Carol, ...... .......... 7 1
Fowler, Mr. John ,... ........ 6 0
Fox, sm. ......,,,, ...66, Isa
Freeman, Barbara. . ,..,. . .39, 1 10
Freeman, Miss Edna .....,..........,, 79
Freitag, Miss Elsie ........ 23, 26, 44, 126
Frudzinski, Christine. . . ..,.. 44, 70, 158
Fulcher, Jim ......,.,., ......, 1 15
Galaboff, Mary. .,.... .,., 1 58
Galfano, Barbara ..,. ..... 4 1
Gallina, Robert .,... ...158
Gallo, Toni ,... . . , .. .127
Gallucci, Corinne .... . . . 158
Goran, Bill ....... .... 1 58
Garbarz, James .... ...158
Gardner, Chuck ....,.. ,,..,.. 1 41
Garing, Mrs. Mary ..., ...., 2 1, 23
Gasior, Janet ....,, ..... 4 4, 67
Gaskell, Elaine ,.... . . .68, 158
Gaston, Christine ..., ........ 1 58
Gauthier, Bob ..... .... 1 12, 141
Gawne, Judy ..,..
Gawne, Tom .,..... .....,. 1 58
Gehringer, JoAnn ..... .... 1 58 174
Geiss, Jack ..,.,... ...... 1 58
Geiss, Jim ....,.. ,,.. 1 58
Gentile, Fabian .... ...,. 3 2 158
Gerard, Ron ...,,., ,... 1 40, 158
Germain, Gary ..... ,,,,.. 1 58
Gionelli, Eleanor .... ..,. 1 58
Gierada, Carole .... ....... 1 73
Gies, Mary Lou .,... ....... 8 8 141
Gignac, Keith .,.. .,...,,,.... 1 38
Gilbert, Barbara ..,, .... 7 4, 140, 153
Gilhula, Erma ..... ...,,,,,, 1 58
Giovanni, Fred .....,..,........... .37
Goch, Marlene ......... .67, 72, 82, 158
Godfrey, Mrs. Katherine. , ....... 53, 128
Godre, John ....... ..,.... .... . . . 158
Goeing, Leslie ...... . . .70, 122, 159
Goike, Shirley ........ ......,,, . 53
Goodrich, George ..... ......... . 38
Goodrich, Louis .......,....,,., 108, 159
Goormastic, Sharon .....,........... .37
Goosby, Karin ........,.. 37, 70, 72, 159
Gorman, Bill ....... ......,.... 1 23
Gorman, Bob .... ,,........ 1 59
Gorman, Ray .... .. .159
Gortney, Judith. . . . . .159
Graddy, Howard .... .,.,..... 4 1
Gray, Fred ,...., ....,,,..., 1 36
Green, Bruce .............. 36, 1 12, 141
Griglio, Paul ......., ...36, 66, 112, 159
Grodus, Richard ........,......... 148
Gronkawski, Mr. Casimir ............ .29
Gross, Patricia ........... . . 159
Grzeskowski, Chester. . . . . 148
Gubrium, Jay ......... . . .39
Guckian, Tom ......, ....... 1 59
Guerreri, John. . . ........ . .64
Guerreso, Anne. . . ,... 37, 142, 159
Gunther, Allan ..,.. ........, 1 37
Gurniak, Ron ......,,, ...., 3 7, 159
Gustine, Carol .......... .... 1 13
Haddon, Sharon ....,.. ....... . 35
Hadous, Charles ...... .... 1 08, 148
Hodous, Mary ..... ...32, 159
Hale,Pat .....,,.. ..,61, 153
Hall, Albert ...,... ,. ,.,,. .. 159
Halleck, Carol ,.,,.. . . .61, 63, 159
Hamel, Mr. John ....... ,,.,.,. . 22
Hamernik, Ellen .,.,.... ,,.... 1 59
Hamilton, Mr. Gilbert. . . . . .81
Hamood, Betty .....,. ..,. 1 48
Hamood, Joe ....... .,.... 1 38
Hamood, Kamil .... ...44, 159
Hampton, Beth ..,. .... 1 10, 120
Harder, William ..... ..., 1 30, 159
Harkins, Sharon .... ,,..,,.., 1 59
Harper, Ron, ..... ......... 1 03, 104
Harris, Naomi .,.. .,.. 1 43, 152, 159
Harrison, Jon ..,.. ........... 1 48
Harvey, Shirley ..,. ......,.. 1 49
Haubner, Linda ..., ........ 4 1
Haverty, Gary ...., .... 3 8, 39
Hawkins, Charlotte .... .,.,,, 3 7
Hayes, Dale.. , .... ...159
Hayes, John ......., . . . 159
Haynes, Miss Judith .... ....,, 7 9
Hayward, Patricia. , . . . . .46, 159
Hayward, Ron .....,
Headley, Bill ......
Healey, Arlene ....
Height, Tom .... . . .,,...... . .
Heinrich, Pat ..,,....,............. 149
Held, Mr. Charles ....,.. 21, 66, 112, 136
Hemke, Don .....,.. ....,.. ,...... 9 8
Hendricks, Judy ..... ...,.. : ...,, 1 59
Hendrixon, Dale ..... .... 1 40, 149
Hermenau, Judy .... .,,,,.. 1 60
Hess, Vic. ...,...... ,. . .100, 137
Heuchert, Ricky ..... ..... 1 49
Hilkowski, Ralph ,... . ,,.... 160
Hill, Chuck ......... ......... 7 7
Hill, Mr. Everett .,.,,,, ..,.,,,,,.. 2 5
Hitchner, Miss Joan ..,. . . .62, 63, 129
Hlasny, Sylvia ...... ........ 1 60
Hlavac, Ed ......, ..........,,. 3 5
Hnatio, Sharon ..... ,..........., 1 10
Hodges, Ann ..., ,,..62, 70, 122, 160
Hallifleld, Sara ....
Hopper, Carole .....
Horschak, Pat .....
Horvath, Karen ,..,
Horvath, Sue. ...... .
House, Camilla .......
Howard, Jim .,,.....
Howard, Mrs. Kenneth .....
Howard, Mr. Kenneth.
Huard, Mrs. Arlene. . ,
Hubbard, Joan .....
Hidson, Ken ..,....
Hudson, Mary Jo .....
Hull, Chuck ...,......
H nsicker, Miss Marion ,..,.,
Hirley, Judith ........
Hutson, Pat .........
Hyde, Sheila .... . . .
laquinto, Sam .... . ,
Ingram, Gail ...... .
Irwin, Mr. James ....
lvanka, Marsha ....,,
lvanoff, Mrs. Ethel ....
Jablonsk Bob .......
Jach, Mr. Garvase . . .
Jacobe, Walter ..,..
Jacobs, Lindel .....
Jacobson, Jerrie ....,
Jager, Lorraine ....
James, Janet ......
James, Norma ....,
Jameson, Ron .....
Janow, Bobbie ......
Janowicz, Marlene ...,
Jarvis, Bob ........ ,
Jason, Bob .......
Jason, Harold, . ,,...
Jaukkuri, Bonnie ......
Ja ukkurie, Mrs. Harold
Jenks, Jean .......,.
Jericho, Tom ......
Jewett, Roxy ........
Jewula, Virginia .....
Johnson, Mrs. Alice. . .
Johnson, Keith ..,...
Jolly, Tom .... , . . .
Jones, Blanche .....
Jones, Carol ...,
Jones, Paul .,....
Judnich, Frank. . . . . . .
Kachaturoff, George ....
Kaczmarek, Lorraine ....
Kadoufa, Judy. .... . . ,
Kalmarz, Mary Ann.. .
Kaminski, Karl. .....
Kanai, Kathy ......
, ..,.,. 160
. ...... 71
Kapanoski, Tom ...,
Karapetian, Art .,.,
Karapetian, Haik. ..
Karchnick, Mary Ann.
Karoub, Jim ,...,..
Katona, Mr. Joe. .,.. .
Kaunas, Mary Anne.
Kauth, Mr. William. . .
Keane, Maureen. . ..
Keebler, Charles .....
Keeran, Jean ......
Keeran, Joan ....
Keller, Brad .....
Kelley, Bill ......
Kennedy, Art ...,..
Kennedy, Marilyn. .
Kieda, Louise ..... .
King, Raymond. . . .
Kinski, Joyce ....
Kirkby, Ann ..... .
Kish, Camille ..,.
Kish, Sharon .....
Kish, Suzanne ...,
Kiwak, Joan .....
Klann, Ralph ......
Klaus, Barbara ....
Klesendorf, Ruth ....
Klact, Leona .....,.
Knight, Norman ....
Kobane, Carol ..,.
Kobzan, Gail ....
Kogut, Pat ...,....
Kolhucz, Connie ....
Kolionen, John ....
Kolionen, Linnea. . .
Komer, Patricia ....
Komlen, Roger .....
Konon, Mrs. Lottie . .
Koos, Sue ........,,,.
Kopp, Mr. Samuel. .
Carole Gierada, 11A, 12A Sharon Mondin, and 11A Mel
Baker watch with apparent interest as Mr. Ralph Warren, art
instructor, helps Sharon with her sketch by drawing in a few
,, ..... 160
, ......... 143,161
Koren, John ....... .,.,. 1 08
Koren, Kenny ...,..... , . , 161
Korpas, Magdelena .... .... 8 O
Kornblum, John ,...... ..... 1 41
Korte, Jean ......, ,,..,.. 1 61
Koscielniak, Walter. . , .... 143, 161
Kosovich, Carol .... .... 6 1, 67
Kostin, Joan ....,. .....,. 1 28
Kotziers, Allan .... .....,.. 1 41
Kovacs, Dennis .... .... 1 43, 149
Kovacs, Marilyn .... ........ 8 0
Kowal, Raymond .... ...... 4 2
Kowalik, Robert ..... . , ,161
Koza, Sheila ..... .... 8 1
Kraai, Mr. Ernest .... ..... 2 1
Kramer, Daniel ..., . . .161
Krawczyk, Ken. X. . ..,,.. 37
Krene, Karen ....... ........ 3 8
Krepps, Gayle ....... . . .77, 127
Krikorian, Hermine. .1 .. ..... 120
Krug, Miss Alice .....
Krupski, Judy ......
Krupski, Sally .........
Krzyzanowski, Margo. . , . . .161
Kulig, Kitty ..... . .
Kurmas, Barbara. . . .... .
Kurmas, Dan ......
Kurp, Ann .........
Kurzawka, Diana . . .
Kuyendall, Mickey .,..
Kwa sny, Jim ......,.
1 1 r
34 57 65 149
xwmy, Marilyn ..... . ....... 142,
Labate, Joan .....,.....
LaCeIle, LeRoy ........ .
Lacy, Kathleen .....
Ladd, Eileen ....
Ladd, Mike ,...,,.
Laich, Edward ,,..
Lalik, Lottie .,....
Lancina, Roger ..... . .
LaPan, Eva ..,.......
Lapeer, Ann ..,..,.....
La perriere, Elizabeth ....
Laurie, Shirley ........
Lawrence, Barbara ....
Layden, Chris .......
Lebedelf, Dennis ....
Lebedeff, Diane ....
Lee, Jerry. .......... . .
Lee, Lewis .............
.34, 57, 64, 149
Lehman, Mr. Charles ....,............ 37
Lei, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony ...., ,.... . . .27
Letsche, Mr. William .....
Levin, Louis ..........,.
52, 66, 100, 137
Lewis, Mr. George .... ..... 5 2, 66, 130
Lewis, Mr. Henry ....
Leyrer, Mr. H. O.. ..
Ligai, Bob ...........
Liliegren, Norman. .
Lipinski, Leonard ....
Lipsey, Marceline ....
Litwin, Rosemary. . .
Litynskl, Mary Ann. .
Litwin, Rosemary, . .
Locanta, Germaine ....
Lock, Barbara ......
Locklin, Mrs. Alice .....
Lombard, Miss Jane ....
Long, Eugene ........
Longmate, Betty. , ,
Longridge, Alex. . .
Longridge, Carol. . .
Loranger, Lynda. . .
Lousias, George. . .
Lowell, Wynn ....
Lucas, Jeanne ....
Lukesich, Claudia. . ,
Luna, Mike .....,,
Lundgren, Judy. . . . .
Luoma, Mrs. Paul ....
Louma, Mr. Paul ..,.
Lustig, Linda ......,
Lutz, Cathy .,........
Lyle, Shirley .......
Lyman, Mrs. Mildred .,,.
, ,.... 73
. ....... 129
. ..,... 176
A look of concern appears on the face of Mr. Henry Seekamp,
industrial instructor, as he looks at the report card af one of his
students. ln the background is Bob Jarvis, 12A.
Maas, Mr. William ...,.
MacDonald, Jack. .
MacKenzie, Sandra ....,.
MacNeIIis, Beverly. . . . .
Mahon, Marge. . . ,
Makar, Carol ,...
Malewski, Carol .... .. .
Malic, Vicky ......
Mancini, Rose ....
Mankus, Loraine. . .
Maples, Sandy .,..
Mara, Janet ...,.
Marana, Tom ,.,..
Mariani, Paul .....
Marietti, Jim .....,
Marinucci, Frank. . .
' ' ' ' 'f6i'bb"1'31'
. . . .62
Markiewicz, Connie ..... .....
Markotf, JoAnn ...... . . .
Martin, Allan ...,...... . . .
Martinak, Mr. Rudolph. . . . . .
Marx, Mike .......,... ,,,..,
Marzolo, Enzo .....,. .,.,.... 3 2
Marzolo, Linda ..... .... 6 9, 89
Massey, Bob ........ ........
Matchynski, Diane ..,.
Motley, Mr. Ted. . . ,. . ..
Mattern, Beverly ..,., ..,.
Mottis, JoAnn ...... ..,, 3 2
Mattson, Barbara .,.. , . .148
Matusiok, Jean. .... .... 4 1
Matzelt, Leon ............. ,,...
Mouer, Coral .,..........,.,,.....
McConnell, Mary Margaret ..,,,, 131
McCormick, Dale ...........,......
McCurdy, Ray ............,.... 123
McElhone, Pat .... ..... 4 4, 1 13
McErIain, Pat ..,.,, .... 1 31, 142
McGovern, Nancy ....
Mclntash, Willy ....
Mclntire, Bob .......,
McKee, Faith ........ . .
Mclfittrick, Mr. Harry .....
McLaughlin, Jim ..........
McNamara, Michael .... 56
Median, Louis .,...........
Megregian, Mr. Michael. ,..,. 26, 130
Melhem, Richard ..................., 70
Meltzer, William ......,......... 163
, 131, 143,
Mendrzychi, Robert ........
Mendolia, Elvera .....,. 63
Menniti, Carmela .... ......... 4 1, 163
Menzie, Mr. Don ..... .....,....., 2 9
Mersdorf, Roseanne ............. 32, 1 13
Messina, Lewis ......, ,.... 6 4, 130, 163
Methven, Jim ...... ....... .... 1 1 2
Metzer, Bill .,.... ......... 1 63
Metzger, John ....... .... 6 4, 163
Metzger, Marge ..... ...131,163
Meyer, Carol ....... ,... 3 9, 126
Meyer, Mr. Harry ....
Michels, Dove .....
Michno, Bill .......
Michie, Donald .....
, y .......,. . . .
Mileta, Josephine, . .. . . . 132, 150
Miley, Muriel ...... ....... 5 3
Miller, Bob ......., ,..... 1 02
Miller, Mr. Lawrence .,.., ..,.,.... 2 5
Miller, Tom ........... .. .100, 137
Miller, Virginia .,.. ...... 1 50
Milne, Patrick ..,. ......,. 1 63
Minni, Andrew ..... .....,... 1 63
Misko, Mike ...... ,,...... 3 7, 150
Mitchell, Bill ...., .... 3 6, 98, 137
Mitchell, Sandra. . , .....,.... .163
Mittig, Tom ...... .... 1 05, 139, 164
Mlynek, Nancy ....... ..... 6 9, 110, 164
Mobley, Wayland. ,. ........ 32, 164
Mohammad, Allie .,....
Monahan, Melinda ..,,
Monahan, Vard ......
Mondin, Sharon, . , .
Monin, Marilyn .....
. ..,.. 32,
Monthaven, Bill ......
Montre, Lawrence. ,.,..
Moorodian, Sandra. , .
Moore, Betty ........
Moore, Donald ......
Moore, Mrs. Edith. . .
Moore, Harriet ....
Morden, Wesley .....
Margo, Jane ........
Morgan, Frances., .
Morgan, Grace, . ..
Morgan, Sue ......
Morone, Sandra. . .
Moroz, Dolores ....
Morris, Philip .,....
Morrison, George. . . .
Morrison, Tom, . . . ,.
Moser, Dale ....
Movesion, Lillie ....
Mozingo, Harold ...,.
Mueller, Jim ,.,..,. ........... 1 36
Mueller, Karl .,....... .. .34, 141, 150
Murphy, Glenda ........ .....,.. 1 40
Nabor, William .,....... ...., 1 64
Nabotny, Jeanette .... ...,.., 6 8
Nabozny, Judy ...... .... 6 B, 164
Nagy, Gerald ..... ....... 4 2
Nagy, Sue ..,.... ,... 6 O, 126
Nagy, Sylvia ...... ...... 1 64
Naiarian, Rose ...,, ..... 1 28
Nameth, Ron ........ ....,.. B 1
Narkan, Dolores ..... ........ 1 64
Nash, Thomas ....... .... 8 0, 164
Nassar, Gerald ....... ...... 1 50
Nebel, Mr. Howard, ..,. ..,. 2 7, 77
y, y .........
Neering, Miss Thorn '
Neill, Robert .....,,,..
Neubacher, Peggy ..,.
Newland, Ken .... . .
Newman, Don ..,.,,...
Niblett, Miss Mona ,..,
Nicholson, Elizabeth. . ..
Nicolotf, Helen .,.....
Nori, John .,....,..
Norton, Cherie .....
Norton, Karen. . .
Novak, Diane. . . ...
Oates, Ken ...........
Oberg, Roger ..,.....
O'Connar, James ....
O'Dell, Sandra ....
Odom, Eddie .......
O'Donnel, Ronald. . .
Oestrike, Karen .....
O'Hara, Joe, ..... .
Ohlmacher, Carol Lee
Olenik, Don ........
Olesko, Carolyn. . .
Olinik, Darlene .....
Oliverio, Delores. . . . .
Oliverio, Renee .....
Olsen, Mr. Robert. . .
Olson, Larry .......
Oprea, Pauline ..,..
Orth, Ann.. .,... .. .
....63, 69, 89,165
,. ..,....,. 130
. .... 121,142,165
Osterberg, Mr. James ,... ......... 1 32
Ott, Russ ......,..... .... 1 04
Pace, Brenda... . .............. ...39
Paiovich, Lila ................. ..... 1 65
Palen, Carol ......................
Palise, Nick "Skip" ....
Palko, Andy ...,......
66, 100, 1 37,
Pa Iuchma k, Sha ron ................. 165
Papadelis, George ......,...,.,.... 108
Papalia, Dominic ...,.
Paplin, Richard ....
Popp, Janet ....
Popp, Sally. .....
Parello, Gloria ,...
Parker, Ca rol .......
Parker, Margaret ....
Parker, Mr. Ray ..... .
Parzianello, Adel ....
Parris, Mrs. Lillian. . .
Pataka, Elizabeth ....
Patrick, Jane ......
Pavle, John .....
Pawlak, Diana ....
Peacock, Linda ....
Pearce, Jackie ,...,
Pearce, James.. ..
Peck, Ray ......
Pegan, Peg ....
Pell, Esther .,....
Perelii, Frank ....
Perri, Gino, .. ..
Perri, Mary ....
Perry, Jewuel. . .
Peterson, Joyce ....
Peterson, Judy .....
Fetish, Barbara ....
Fetish, Paul ....,
Fetish, Peter .....
Petoskey, Karen. . .
Petrere, Bill ...,.
Petrie, Jack .....
Petroski, Alice ...,.
Pfatitman, Martha ....
Pflager, Mr. Jack, . . .
Phillips, Donna .,...
Phillips, Ted ........,
Piccone, Marianna ..,.
Pietraszek, Selina .....
Piestrok, Mr. Joseph. . .
Pillow, Linda .,......
Piper Bill .........
Pittner, Marilyn ....
Pizarek, Bev. , . ..
Pletzer, Keith ....
Pletzer, Ken. ,.
Pliska, Art .......
Plumley, Janet .....
Pohlonski, Carole ....
Polidori, Gino .....
Polidori, Ray .......
Polkowski, Mary .,...
Polony, Alice .....
Ponti, Gerald .....
Ponto, Gerald. . . .
Poole, Lucy .....
Popatt, Greg ,...
PopoH, Mike.. ,
Pateete, Earl ,...
Presnell, Ralph .....
Pribak, Carol .,...
Price, Gerald ...,..
Prieskarn, Lester ...... ,.... 1 1 2
Prisby, Carol ,... ....... . . 114
Prisby, Mrs. Helen M.. .. ,... .28
Proctor, Barbara ...... .,.... 6 9
Pucilowski, Ron ...... . . .64 151
Pyka, Leona ..,.. .... 1 66
Pyszka, Audrey ....... , , 166
Quashnie, Suzanne. ,. ..... 41 166
Quinn, Maureen ........ ..... 1 66
Rook, Pat ......,... ........ 6 B 166
Race, Pat ....,..... ...,. 2 5, 68 166
Randall, Mr. Clyde .... ........... . 48
Ravencroft, Linda .... .......... 4 1 166
Ray, Carl ....,.... .... 4 1, 73,112 166
Rebel, Carolyn... ..... 39, 110 166
Rebel, Diane ..,. ......... 1 11
Reed, Jon., ..... ....... 1 66
Reed, Judy ....... .... 1 13, 166
Reed, Waldon ...... ......... . 52
Regner, Barbara .... ........... . 35
Rehwinkel, Barbara .... .... 7 3, 140 151
Reidenback, Carol ..... ......... 1 66
Renaud, Gerald ..,. ....... 1 51
Renton, Howard ,... .... 1 66
Repella, Gary ....... ...73 151
Reppenhagen, Sharon. .. . . . . .41
Ribits, Rita,. ........ .. ....... . .67
Ricciuti, Rosemary .....,........... 151
Rice, Mike .............., 122, 123 175
Richards, Mrs. Marilyn .............. .21
Richman, Miss Judy .... ......... . 44
Ringuette, Roger ..... .... 1 66
Ringwelski, Bernard .... ...... 1 66
Rizer, Robert ..,..... . . .34 166
Robertson, William. . . . . .. 166
Rocco, Connie. ..... .... 1 66
Roche, Linda ....,... .... 7 4, 78
Rockefeller, Priscilla. . .,...,. 166
Raehrer, Sylvia ...,,. . . .61, 166
Rogers, George .,.. ........... 1 51
Rogers, Walter .......,...,........ 166
Roll, Mrs. Gretrude .............. . . .46
Roman, Suzanne ........ 61, 63, 143 166
Raman, Kathy, .... ......... 1 27, 174
Romanick, Gerry .... ........... 1 1 1
Romanow, Mr. John. . .... 20, 26
Romans, Nancy ..... .... 1 66
Rose, Nadine ...... . . 141
Rosenkranz, Dave. . . ........ . 141
Rozanski, Tecl ..,., .......... . 37
Rudolph, Pat .... ....,. 6 1, 68 167
Rubus, Mr. Don. . .,,......... , .29
Rugis, Sharon .,.. ..,,, 7 2, 82, 142 167
Rye, Kenneth .................,... 151
Sacha, Steve. .,..... 39, 120, 138 167
Sadrack, Geraldine. . ........ 143 167
Said, Herbert ....... ........... . 52
Salancy, Joyce .... .,..,... 7 9 167
Salisbury, Dennis ..... ........... 1 07
Sala, Emily ....... . .60, 78, 113 167
Sanlor, Jerry .,.... ........... . 52
Saph, Barbara. ,... ........... , 71
Sarrach, Judy. .. .... 111
Sassak, Alex ....... ...... 1 67
Saucedo, Carlos ..... ...,... 1 67
Saucedo, Gerald .... . .,... 37, 151
Savage, Mr. Michael ....,...,.... 26, 40
Say, Bob ...........
Sayyae, BilI,, ...... .
Schauppner, Ellen ....
Schertzer, Andy. . , .
Schmidlin, Jack. , . . ,.
Scholl'1eld, Sandy ....
Schorling, Elaine ....
Schrieber, Ed .......
66, 130, 142, 167
..44, 46, 69,126
Schultz, Mr. Ray, ............ 27, 78
Schuster, Miss Florence ......
Scott, Bob ......,....
Scott, Dove .........
' ' ' ' 162, 161,
Scott, Theresa.. ,..... . . .63, 115, 140
Scudlo, Madeline ...,...........,..
Seabert, Margo .....
Seekam p, Mr. Henry ..........,.,..
Seekamp, Sharon. ,......,..... . . .
Selner, Gerald ......,.,..,..., 140,
Selwa, Robert ..... . . .8O, 82, 152
Seag, Robert ..,.
Sergey, Mary ....
Seruga, Robert ....
Settles, James. , .
Sharpy, Donald ....
Shaw, Gerard .....
Shelton, Charles ....,
Shenkus, Richard ....
Shensky, Terry .....
Sheren, Bonnie .....
Mike Rice, Jack MacDonald, l1Bs, and Ken Newland, 12B, as
'characters' who might be on any thoroughfare, sing Standing
on the Corner, Watching All the Girls Go by' at the variety
Sheren, Roger. . .
Shevock, Alice ....
Shields, Maureen. .
Shinsky, Gail ,...
Shiskott, Joan ......,
Shock, Raymond ....,
Shoemaker, Mrs. lrma.
Sidelko, Patricia. . . . .
Simmons, Mrs. Beatrice .....
Simon, Leora .....,,,
Sipple, Jack ...,....,
Skender, Tom ....,.
Skicki, Daniel ....,...
Skicki, Richard .......
Skolarus, Veronica ....
Skrzypek, Richard ....
Slabaugh, Mr. Ross. . .
Slentz, Nancy .......
Smerecki, Arnold .....
Smidlin, Jack ......
Smith, Betty ,.,,.
Smith, Jim ......
Smith, Joan. .
Smith, Marie. . .
Smith, Russell ....
Smith, Viola .,,..
Smith, Mr. Wade.. .
Smuk, Dan ,.....
Smuk, Steve .....
Snapp, Carol ..,.,.
Sneed, Wanda ......
Snow, Carol ........
Sobkowiak, Dennis. . .
Soldan, Mr. Laurence.
Sorenson, Jackie .....
SottoSa nte, Ann ..,..
Spaziana, Joan ....
Spurlock, Jim ..,.
Srednicki, Bill ....
Stan, George. . .
Stanek, Stanley ....
Staniak, Pat .....
Stanley, Terry. . .
Starr, Joanne .....
Steel, Delores .....,,
Steisen, Jean ........
Stephanotf, Christine ..... .... ,
Stevens, Professor A. K. .,.. . . . .
Stevens, Marge ......
Stevens, Richard ....,
Stinchcomb, Charles. . . .
Stowe, Philip .......,
Stowell, Miss Edna. .
Straatsma, Joyce .....
Strach, Carolyn ....
Strenkowsk i, Rose ,...
Stroud, Larry ........
Stubbs, Kathy .......
Styczynck i, Stanley. . .
Subu, Julian .........
Summers, Nick ..,,.
Sunal, Dennis ..,,. . .
Sutton, Mike .......,.
Swanson, Sharon. . . . .
Swartz, Nancy ........
Swiderski, Ronald ....
Swis, Eugene ...,..
Szalay, Robert ..,.
Szarek, Gloria .....
Szewczyk, Carolyn. . .
Szymanski, Cynthia. . .
Szymanski, Pat ......
Tabone, Henry .......
Tadia, Anita .....
Tait, Nancy .,..
Taier, Carol .....
Taier, Richard .....
Talarczyk, Pat .....
Targett, Donna ......
Tarnacki, Mrs. Jean.. .
Tet'fer, Bob ...,.,,,
Tellish, Louis ......
Temelko, Pat ,,...
Terrasi, Jim ....
Testani, Pat ....
Thal, Paul ........
Thomas, Frank ....
Thompson, Ed .....
Thompson, Kathy ....,
Thorne, L. Gary ....
' ' f 351 75. '66,'
Swaiian, Carole. ..... I A
Tietiens, Kay .... . . .
Wazney, Diane ...,....,
. ..... 170
Timpf, Sandy. ........ ....... 1 69 Weatherhead, Carey ..... ...... 5 6
Tittle, Miss Dorothy .... .... 3 8, 72 Wehab, Hassen ........ ..... 1 70
Tobin, Jim .... . . . . . ..,.. 169 Wehmeyer, Joe ..... .... . . .66
Todd, Mr. James .... .....,.. 7 8 Weir, Jeanie ..... .... 5 3, 72
Todor, Dave ..... ......., 1 08 Weide, Marvin. . . ....... .170
Tokarski, Larry .,,.. .... 1 22, 123 Welch, Terry ..... .......... 1 70
Toler, Mr. Jerome. ..... . . . . . .
TOlll1iKl, Marie ........... .......
Tomassini, Miss Lorraine ...,.,.... 53,
Wendt, Jack .....
Wensko, Sharon .....
Werner, Jerry ....
...75, 141, 170
Tomchuk, Bob ........... . . .52, 107, 132 West, Darlene ..,, ......... . .68
Tonriste, Adele ................. 58, 169 Wheatley, Gail ..... ........ 1 70
Toscas, Diane ..... .............. . 32 Whitcomb, Gary .... ....... 1 08
Tosto, Leo, ..... ...102, 120, 130, 151 Whitcomb, Gene .... ...... . .108
Toth, Judy ....... .............. 1 69 White, Miss Anne ..... .... 2 3, 27, 83
Townsend, Judy ..... .. .37, 40, 99, 169 Wiacek, Carolyn. . .. ... . .46, 170
Tracy, Bob ....... ........ . . . 169 Wiacek, Ron ....... . ...... . .41
Trapp, Nancy ..... ........ 6 1, 169 Wiacek, Walter .... ........... 1 70
Tridal, Joyce .... ............ 1 28 Widgren, Carol ..... . ..... ..... 1 70
Truitt, Gail ....................... 152 Wier, Bill .......... 41, 98, 143, 170
Tuc1ak,Jaan ........... 61, 63, 110, 169 Wierimaa, Mike .... ........ 4 2, 108
Turchan, Carol. ............... 131, 169 Wilczek, Diane ..... ........... 1 70
Turovaara, Mr. Don ...... .......... . 29 Wilk, Christine .... ..... 1 70
Tyler, Bill ............. .... 1 38 Wilkas, Sue ........ . . .128
Willett, Charles .... . . . . 170
U Williamson, Jim ..... ..... 1 36
Willman, Emil ...... ....... 1 70
Ulanski, Tam ........... . . .39 Wilson, Mrs. Louise .... .... 2 1, 67
Uplinger, Thomas .................. 152 Wimmer, Joan ...... ........ 1 52
Urbaniak, Mrs. Edward ........... . . .27 Winters, Linda ..... ..... 7 8, 143
Urbaniak, Tom ........ 52, 123, 126, 142 Wiancek, Adeline. . . ...... .170
Wioncek, Judy ...... .,.... 6 9
V Wioncek, Richard ..... . . . . .44, 170
Wisdom, Karen ............... 142, 171
Valentine, Miss Virginia .......... 62, 1 10 Witherspoon, Mrs. Virginia ......... . . .22
VanderHull, Mr. James. .26, 102, 128, 138 Witucki, Judith .............. 39, 61, 171
VonderSluis, Jacque ............. 74, 142 Wolak, Jack ........ . .141, 151, 152
Variosian, Frank .................. 1 12 Woodley, Phillip .,,, .......... 1 71
Varton, Daniel ...... . . 152 Woodrutf, Diane .... ........ 1 71
Vasiu, Mr. Sam ...... . . .42 Woodruff, Dorothy .... ..... 8 9, 152
Vaughn, Mr. Edwin. . . .... .37 Worth, Laura ...... ..... . 141, 171
Veltri, Gina ........ ...... 1 52 Wozniak, Eileen .... ..... 5 3, 56, 69
Vengris, Kandis ..... ..... B 2, 169 Wozniak, Larry ..... ......... 5 2
Vereb, Sharon .... . . . . .40, 169 Wright, Christine.. ..... . .171
Vernarelli, Ida .... ...... 1 69 Wrona, Linda. ..... ..... . . .171
Victor, Sandra. . .... 170 Wylie, Cecelia ......... ..... 4 4, 152
Vigna, Dennis. . ...... .35
Vitick, Barbara. . . ........ .69 Y
Vitick, Carolee. . .... 120, 170
Vitti, Bill ....... ...... 1 08 Yalzimovicz, Marie. . . ..... . 171
Voldick, Frank .... .... . 52 Yarberry, John ..... ........ 1 52
Voss, Dorothy .......... . . .46 Yates, Estelle ..... ..... 5 3, 142
Young, Sharon .... ...... 1 74
Wagner, Grace ............ 73, 143 170
Wagner, Janice ................... 170 Zagwolski, Carole. . . .......... .171
Wahlberg, Mr. William ....... 59, 66, 108 Zakolski, Mr. Norbert ................ 41
Walczybach, Richard. .... . ...... 170 Zambisky, Jeanne.. . 63, 69, 110, 171
Waldchen, Richard ..... ...... 1 52 Zander, Beverly ..... ...... . ....... 1 71
Walker, Sue ........ . . .53 Zarzycki, Sylvia ..... . . .152
Walsh, Larry ....... . . 107 Zelinski, Dennis ...... ....... 1 36
Warner, Nancy ...... . . 170 Zell, Andrea . .... ......... . 71
Warren, Mr. Ralph... .. 172 Zemke, Robert. . . ........ .8O, 171
Warunek, Ron ...... ........... 1 41 Zielke, Janet ...... ..... 3 9, 62, 142
Washburn, Dave .... ............. . 42 Zieman, Shirley ..........,.......... 39
Waters, Kathleen .................. 152 Zitny, Virginia .... 60, 69, 131, 171
Watson, Dick ........... 39, 73, 108, 141 Zuliani, Bob ...... ............ . ..52
Watson, Mr. William ............. 41, 58 Zunich, Sandra. . . ........ 62, 146
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Vicky Malic .... . . .Editor-m-Chief
Kandis Vengris. . . . .Senior Associate
. . .Junior Associate
. . .Junior Associate
Barbara Dzialo. . .
Diane Matchynski. . .
Peg Bloink 1
Janice Davis 1
Bonnie Jaukkurii. . . . . .Chief Copy Writers
Marlene Goch. . .
Phyllis Doak ..... . . .Publicity Chairman
. . Business Manager
Miss Anne White ....
Mr. Gilbert Hamilton ............... . ...... Photographer
Copy Writers . . . Elizabeth Anderson, Donna Calvin, Eddie
Condon, Jean Daoust, Vickey Dimoft, Diana Frost, Arlene
Healey, Julie Howard, Sue Koos, Ann Kurp, Gail Miles, Sharon
Rugis, Jo Slowin, Pat Staniak, Diane Steinert, Cynthia Szymanski,
The stat? is grateful to Mr. Hamilton who took almost all of the pictures except
for the senior portraits. He was assisted by Ron Nameth, Dennis Kovacs, Bob
Selwa, Louis Levin, and Bill Petrere. The colored picture of the building was
taken by Mr. Douglas Finch, stat? photographer for the central office of the
Ford Motor Company. Fordson's offset printing shop printed the colored
Time: 4:35 p.m. Place: Upper B hall. The unusual quietness, the
empty hall, the cleaning equipment-all of these are common
after a day with students bustling to and from classes. As cl
last student prepares to leave, solitude comes to Fordson for
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