Fowlerville High School - Commander Yearbook (Fowlerville, MI)
- Class of 1951
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S We, the Journalism Class of 1950-'51
to dedicate this annual to Miss Mabei
in appreciation of her outstanding work
a leadership during her career of teaching
D eserfed Vnllage
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nToo Fat Polka
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Standing: Mrs. VanGorderg Mrs.
willisg Mrs. Waldrong Mrs. Hamling
Seated: Mrs. Millerg Mrs. Hillsg
Mrs. Fredericksong Mrs. Jensen.
Absent: Mrs. Fisher
B. Eastmang C. Lounsberryg J. Germaine
Betty Ann Hart
WHappy Go Luckyu
Y-Teens l 2 3 M
Monitor 4, , ,
Librarian 3 M
Class Officer 4
Social Comm. 2
Vice-President Marcia Eckert
'Three Little Words'
USomedayn Cheerleading 3,h
Football 1,2,3,k Choir M
Baseball 1 F.H.A. 2
Basketball l,2,a,k Y-Teens 2,a
Varsity Club 2, Monitor 3
Athletic comm. 1 Class officer 2,3,N
Class Officer l,k Pep Club H
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Class Officer 3,4
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June Hopkins Don Kuney
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Assembly Comm. 2
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Paper Staff H
Class Cfficer 1,2
Football 2,a,k 'Milkman Keep Those
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Annual Staff r.F.A. l,2,3,k
Paper Staff M Jr. DHIA l,2,3,H
Assembly Comm. 2 Sr. Play
Jr. Play Choir U
Varsity Club 2,h Baseball H
Donnie Glover Bonnie Glover
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Busi-Type H Jr. Play
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Annual Staff 4
Paper Staff 4
Sports Club 1
Class Officer 2
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Band l 2 3 N
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Annual Staff M
Paper Staff 4
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Paper Staff 4
'She's a Home Girl'
Annual Staff M
Paper Staff 4
To See The Light'
Annual Staff 4
Paper Staff 4
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Annual staff M
Paper Staff H
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Y-Teens 1 2 3 4
Annual stiff 1
Paper Staff H
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Band 1 2,3,
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Thing Called Love'
Jr. DHIA 1
F F A 1 2,3,H
cite Comme 1
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Varsity Club 4
Annual Staff 4
Paper Staff H
Sports Club 1
Class Officer 3
Jr. DHIA 1 2,a,u
Paper Staff 4
'Don't Fence He In'
Cheerleader H Clyde Munsell
Pep Club H 'Lover'
Class Officer 3
Basketball 1,2 Jr. Play
Choir 1 2 3,k
Basketball 1 3
Band 1,5,2,h '
Y-Teena 3,k Jr. DHIA 2,3,h
Librarian M Choir 3,N
Annual Staff 4
Paper Staff M
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Assembly domm. 3
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Annual Staff M
Paper Staff 4
Sports Club 1
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Band 1,2 3'k Marie Simon
Annual Staff H 'Sleepy Time Gal
Paper Staff 2,4
Office 4 Jr. Play
Assembly Comm, 2
Jr. Play Albert Stock
Assembly Comm. H nQu1ck Silvern
Athletic Comm. 3
Monitor M Football 2,3,M
Athletic Com . 1
Sports Club 1
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-:fit CLASS HISTORY
In the fall of 19H8, 59 bright-eyed Freshmen
went roaming through the halls wondering where to
go. At the first class meeting they elected the
following class officers and sponsors. President,
Tom Butler Vice-President, Donnie Gloverz Secre-
tary Merlin Tomlin, Treasurer, Donna Gran . They
elected as sponsors Miss Riemenschneider and Mr.
Roudi. For their class motto they chose 'Today's
Efforts Bring Tomorrow's Success.' The class flow-
er is the white Gardenia, and their colors are
Green and White. Then came the dreaded day of in-
itiation by the Seniors. They sponsored a hayride
which was enjoyed by everyone.
The next fall the students were running the
halls as Sophomores. The first thing they did was
to elect their officers. President, Russell Elli-
ottg Vice-President, Dick Dillingham, Secretary,
Donna Grant, Treasurer, Nyla Saunders. As for the
sponsor, they chose Mrs. Zbiciak. The first dance
they sponsored was called, 'The Hunters Hop,n
which was well attended. Before the end of the
year they ordered their class rings. In the sum-
mer they undertook the project of the Junior Stand
at the owlerville Fair which was very successful.
Before they realised, they were Juniors and
still advancing. In December there was a big
event for the Junior Play, 'Everyone is Getting
Married,u under the direction of M s. Gould and
Mr. Dougherty. At the first class meeting they el-
ected the following for officers: President, Ber-
nard Juddg Vice-President, Joan Mausolfg Secretary
Marcia Eckert, Treasurer, Bob Moore, and Mrs.
Gould and Mr. Dougherty for sponsors. In February
they sponsored the, 'Soc Hop,' and dances after
the basketball games. In May they held a recep-
tion entertaining Seniors, Members of the Board of
Education and the Faculty. The theme was the 'Cir-
cus Room of the Stork Club.'
This last year they reigned as the mighty Sen-
iors, with Bernard Judd as President- Tom Butler,
Vice-President, Marcia Eckert, Secretary, and Bet-
ty Ann Hart, Treasurer. Senior sponsors were M s.
Hopkins and Mr. Ku ey. Senior activities included
a magazine drive-not a huge financial success the
boys gave the girls a partyg Seniors initiated the
Freshmen by first scaring them and then giving
them a dance' Marion Joys was selected the Good
In May the Seniors were entertained by the
Juniors at a reception and the next day they were
on their way to Chicago, accompanied by theirspon-
Then, all too soon, came Baccalaureate and
Commencement. A major stepping-stone in their liv-
es was thus completed. The class of 1951, said
good-bye to their teachers, classmates and school.
Their high school career has ended but the mem-
ories will always remain with them.
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192 Hgwz E. Pottsg El Hannah, J. Cyr, R. Blair, F. Heard, G. Winegarg
L. Wattersg J. Wagner, W. Copeland, R. Dillingham, Second Egg: A. Cieslakg
S. Harvey- D. Manningg H. Beduhn- D. Ebert, L. Grover, R. Outwaterg
R. Haas- T. Higdong R. Millerg ihlgg Egg: C. Ayersg J. Waltong
M. Cieslakg E. Crofootg A. Schadel- R. Morlockg F. Utterg J. Brower,
M. Berglunag M. Veithg D. Proper, f.. Teffz- ,Fpgglgh gm: R. Holmesg
Advisor, V. Gates, R. Borghig P. Yagog J. fangeg N. Miller, D. Bessertg
L. Hicks, K. Grieve, M. Joys' C. Joysg P. Zbiciakg Advisor, Qgttgm
Egg: V. BeVierg F. Duncan, D. Eiseleg M. Alleng E. Houseg B. Juddg
D. Gloverg P. wright, P. Germaineg D. McPherson
Absent: C. Foster, D. Grover, Colleen Harmon
President Elliott House
Vice-President Bill Judd
Secretary Doris Glover
Treasurer Mary Lou Allen
Advisors Mrs. Zbiciak
The Junior Class began its most active year by sponsoring the
Junior Stand at the Fowlerville Fair. Their social events included a
hay ride in October at the home of Bill Judd, and the sponsoring of
dances after the basketball games. After long hours of hard work on
the part of the cast and directors they presented their play nBashful
Bertien in March, which was a great success. In November their class
The big event of the year was the Junior, Senior Reception held
in May in honor of the Seniors, which marked the end of a successful
292 Rgy: N. DeMaraisg F. Spagnuolog R. Van Gorderg D. Dewatersg
P Sutton- D. Davidsg R. Kundeg L. Wegienkag G. Geigerg H. Culbertsong
Seggnd RQQ: J. Maching D. Herbertg J. Butlerg A. Rathbung J. Benjaming
J. Macdonaldg W. Forresterg J. Jensen- N. Phillipsg lhigg Rgy: E. Mooreg
J. Harmong H. Eatong G. Campbellg P. Gmithg B. Schadelg P. Millerg
V. Ackermang C. Freehlingg H. Wineagarg F. Mikasag Eggrth Boy: M. Millerg
Advisor, M. Morlockg M. Wagnerg A. Hibbard- J. Steeleg G. Verelleng
G. Jacksong R. Jenkinsg N. Coong F. Lobdellg M. Gartung- Advisor,
gggggm gpg: B. Pipolyg N. Perroudg J. Papworth' R. Di linghamg
S. Lockwoodg N. Lepard' M. Geerg V. Driverg B. Dartigg W. Rathbun
Absent: D. Challissg N. Harmong D. Steeleg G. Grover
President Stanley Lockwood
Vice-President Bob Dillingham
Secretary Nancy Lepard
Treasurer Judy Papworth
Advisors Miss Gartung
This years Sophomore Class included fifty-three students. During
the year they sponsored many social events including a hay ride at the
home of Ralph Kunde and an All High dance in November. The theme for
the dance was a night club, and in honor of their graduation year the
dance was called nClub 53N. Although it wasn't much of a financial
success, they did benefit much from the experience of working and
As Sophomores they are looking forward to sponsoring the Junior
Stand at the Fowlerville Fair and receiving their class rings nextyear.
Egg: K. Dotyg T. Butlerg R. Vines- R. Austing J. Showermang
D. Groverg L. Gloverg T. wattersg L. Wallaceg E. Sliderg
Egyrjhz R. Rifeg J. Priest' S. Harveyg W. Dysinger- D. Kleing
L. Shooterg J. Munsellg N. drillg G. Wakefieldg R. Dopelandg
L. Wrightg L.Mascho.
Third: P. Sessionsg J. Knappg J. Osborneg M. Bookhamg V. Monroeg
L. Millerg L. Nygerng M. Langg J. Galarneaug C. Mockbeeg
N. Bowers- P. Hund
Qgggng: Agyigggz .Mr. Vorenkampg C. Cookg M. Hannag B. Suttong
B. Munson' J. Eckenrodg N. Hibbardg L. Robinsong M. Stollg
M. Maxwellg Advisor Mr. Hills.
21351: M. Renderg D. Sessionsg I. Phillipsg M. Lueckg H. Lucasg
H. Luchti- D. Greerg W. McPhersong J. Wagnerg M. Mausolf.
gpggggz D. Harris.
Qgg ggyz R. Showerman- G. Farmer, D. Peskeuric' A. Haleg
R. Kunde, R. Ford' D. 6sgoodg F. Watters, C. Hale. Qgggnd
Loy: M. Borghig K. Simong D. wright, L. Hibbardg J. Gantong
R. McChristyg G. Verelleng T. Miller- P. Baker. Ihigd
ggy: V. Donal, J. Garvitg C. Collg J. Anderson, J. Bowers,
P. Benjaming K. Rudnickig K. Brower, Advisor, Mr. Wellington
Bgjjgm Egg: P. Germaine, S. Allen, B. Cameron, E. Justice, .
V. Crawford- F. Hissongg M. Meyer, A. Carriger. Absent:
R. Hayterg 5. Kelly, C. Simon.
President, Allan Haley Vice-President,
Phyllis Benjamin, Secretary, Kathryn
Rudnicki- Treasurer, Dean Kelly, Advisors,
Mr. Wellington, Mr. Hopkins.
Qgp gggz B. Crofootg S. Temple, J. BeVierg D. Ackerman,
P. Lueck, A. Hillman, R. Ackerman' D. Damman, L. Oliver,
J. Chase, D. McCaslin- K. Campbell, R. Haller. Qgggnd
391: R. Grostic' D. Hife' S. Risdong R. Utter- A. Williams,
K. Denehy' M. Grill, P. Miller, E. Perroudg G. Strong,
N. Campbell, R. Dye, c. Kiley. mm gm. J. Kent-
R. Davis, A. Lang, M. Hissongg B. Maleitzkeg J. P01-Ear,
E. wegienka, A. McPherson, D. Forrester, J. Rogers,
P. Papworthg Advisor, Mr. Hopkins. Qgttgm Egg: D. Lynn,
K. Slankerg R. Farmer, G. Postiffg D. Franks, J. Johnson,
R. Burnie' R. Carlson, H. Maleitzke, P. Lowe. Absent:
A. La., fs. aj...
A feature attraction of the year for the 7th graders
was a hayride which occurred in November. Two wagons
loaded with straw, pulled by two tractors transported the
students to Peter Lowe's home for a weiner roast.
At Christmas time the seventh graders exchanged names.
Early in the spring the Junior High sponsored al all high
dance. Due to the overly crowdedness of the Junior High
a new teacher, Mr. John Fitch, was added to the staff at
the beginning of the second semester.
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ggn Bgg: J. Lucasg J. Florenceg P. Zarkovichg K. Campbellg R. Davisg
J. Gampbellg Director Mr. Hillsg R. Dye' H. Meleitzke.
Egggng ggg: R. Grosticg J. Rogersg G. gtrongg F. Palmerg R. McCristyg
B. Crofootg G. Eatong A. Zimmermang L. Wright.
Qgjpgm gggz J. BeV1erg D. Schultzg D. Liveranceg P. Benjamin.
Student Manager Phyllis Benjamin
President Kurt Campbell
Secretary Betty Crofoot
Librarian Janet BeVier
Equipment Manager Richard Davis
The Intermediate Band was comprised of students who have passed
certain music requirements both in reading and playing. It's purpose
is to develop players for the Senior Concert Band. The members gain
the group experience and responsibility that is so necessary for the
proper functioning of a musical organization.
, CCNCERT BAND
Ign ggyz B. Crofootg M. Borghig N. Lepardg D. Haas, D. Glover,
L. Wegienka- R. Miller, D. Rudnickig H. Liechti- D. Kitchen-
L. Wright, J. Eckenrod. Ihigd Qgy: J. Campbell, P. Zarkovitchg
P. Lepardg P. Lowe, K. Campbell- B. Schadelg G. Wakefield- N. Greer,
R. Damman- E. Moore- J. Wakefield, D. Liverance. Qgggng igg:
G. Campbell, J. BeVlerg J. Harmon- N. DeMaraisg A. Rathbung A. Hill-
man, K. Dotyg A. Schadelg M. Berglundg R. Dye, R. Davisg R. Peckinsg
Director, Mr. Hills. Eirst Egg: J. Mausolfg M. Grill, H. Eaton'
S. Saunders, V. BeVierg S. Schirmerg H. Neminskig J. Browerg K. Bud-
nickig P. Benjamin, F. Duncan, J. Benjamin.
The Marching Band, led by Drum Majorette June Benjamin and baton
twirler Joan Mausolf, was very active during the football season,
playing for two away games, Leslie and Howell and all home games. On
October 7 the band was fortunate to join 36 other bands for the Sec-
ond Annual High School Band Day at Ann Arbor where they formed the
letters MICH and USA.
The Concert Band presented two home Concerts, Spring and M1d-Win-
ter and an exchange concert with Holt High School. Then in early
spring it entered the Michigan Band and Orchestra Association Festi-
Some of the pieces that were
played this year included Mountain
Majesty, the Thunderer, Gypsy Life
Some Enchanted Evening Chimes of
Victory and Aurora. Cne outstand-
ing social event of the year was
the Marching Band party at the
close of the football season. A
supper and dancing was enjoyed by
President Norman DeMarais
Vice President Nelson Greer
Student Manager Bob Miller
Secretary Barbara Schadel
Librarian Nancy Lepard
Equipment Manager LaVerne Wegienka
Assistant Equipment Managers
Howard Liechti James Eckenrod DIRECTOR AND OFFICERS
Iggx N. DeMaraisg W. Copelandg L. Davids C. Munsellg B. Mooreg
B. Davidsg D. Gloverg D. Morlockg D. Rudnlckig K. Doty
Ihigdz D. Haas- L. wrightg G. Geigerg J. Benjaminl S. Schirmerg
J. Mausolfg A. Schadelg D. Fora, G. wakefislag c. nan
Sgggggi M. Maxwellg B. Suttong C. Freehlingg D. Greerg B. Schadelg
J. Papworthg V. BeV1erg M. Eckertg K. Rudnicki' H. Eaton
Bottom: Mr. Hlllsg N. Perroudg M. Meyerg B. Eiseleg V. Donaldg
P. Germaineg M. Coong D. Properg N. Lepardg F. Duncan
Student Manager Doris Glover
President Wayne Copeland
Sec't. 5 Tres. June Benjamin
Accompanist Francine Duncan
The High School Choir has become a stable part of the school
music program. In spite of several losses in the past two years
they have maintained their number and have improved the quality of
This year the Christmas Concert was put on entirely by the vocal
departments. Other activities consisted of the Annual Spring Concert
and participation in the Michigan State Vocal Association Festivals.
Membership in choir is open to any student in grades 7-12 who is
interested in music and singing and shows the necessary proficiency
for ensemble singing.
Top: J. Andersong P. Lueckg P. Benjaming K. Browerg A. Hillmang
D. Herbertg D. Ackermang M. Vieth' L. Hicksg J. Brewers
Migglgi R. Grosticg E. Perroud' A. Carrigerg J. Garirtg G. Strongg
c. can. J. Bevierg K. Denehy- xi. Utter
ggjggmi J. Porterg P. Papworthg S. Alleng S. Risdong A. Germaineg
B. Camerong D. Rifeg E. Justice
4 Student Manager Ann Hillman
7 Library Shirley Allen
' Accompanist Edith Moore
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is-s. into its own this year with a
'rxixiikf membership of twenty-seven.
'bg Activities throughout the
i year consisted of appearances
,,, in the Christmas concert
High School assembly concert
I and the spring concert.
J This group serves as a
1 training ground for singers
who will be taking their
places in the Senior Mixed
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lgggijy, N. Millerg L. Glover' H. Shooterg D. Manningg N. Greerg
Capt. George Bessertg W. Copelandg N. DeMaraisg B. Borghi' B. Mooreg
T. Butlerg gmgg gg: Lu-5131 Mr. Miller coachg Mgr. B. Copelandg
M. Stockg R. Redingerg R. Elllottg B. Davidsg P. Suttong F. Utterg
D. Morlockg Mgr. L. Wegienkag Mr. Wellington Coachg Top Egg: Bggggyg,
B. Bartig- R. Austing J. Showermang H. Liechtig T. Wattersg B. Dillinghamg
R. Rifeg 6. Verellen.
A very large squad of 52 boys turned out for the 51 football season
and among them were 11 letter winners of 1950. They had both varsity
and reserve teams that played scheduled games. Unfortunately the
bleachers collapsed on the last home game. This incident broke the boys
morale and resulted in the worst defeat of the season.
S E A S 0 N ' S R E C O R D L E T T E R W I N N E R S
Visitors Home George Bessert, Captain
Okemos O 19 Wayne Copeland Nelson Greer
Stockbridge 7 7 Tom Butler L. Roy Glover
Norman Miller Ralph Redinger
Haslett 12 13+
Williamston 2 19 Harold Shooter B111 Davids
Durwood Manning Frank Utter
Leslie 6 25 Bob Borghi Pat Sutton
Dansville 12 13
Bob Moore Bill Judd
Holt 27 O Norman DeMarais Bernard Judd
Howell 19 7 Mike Stock Elliott House
Tgg ggg: R. Van Gorder, Mgr.5 M. Mausolfg B. Bartigg J. Munsellg
J. Wagnerg D. Davidsg D. Groverg R. Kundeg L. Wrightg H. Culbertsong
L. Shooterg W. Dysingerg J. Eckenrod.
Qggggg Egg: Mr. Miller Coachg L. Wallaceg A. Timmermang D. Klien'
P. Suttong H. Liechtig T. Butlerg G. Groverg J. MacDonaldg R. Dilllnghamg
L. Wegienka, Mgr.g Mr. Wellington, Ass't. Coach.
gagged: S. Lockwoodg N. DeMerais- W. Copeland' G. Bessertg A. Madajg
B. Jndag D. Manningg w. Jndag F. fitter. N. Miller.
The 1950 baseball season found the Gladiators a hard-to-beat team.
They started the year with 7 letter winners. Meeting 8 opponents, they
were victorious over all but 2 of them. The Williamston game became a
pitchers' battle with Williamston giving up 2 runs while Fowlerville
relinquished only 1. The season finished with 13 letter winners.
Bernard Judd and Durwood Manning led the team batting over .uoo.
At the close of the season the Gladiators led the other teams by bring-
ing home 69 runs while only no runs were scored against them.
'50 SEASON RECORD L E T T E R W I N N E R S
THEY Catcher Durwood Manning
Pitcher Bill Juddg James DeMarais
Dansville 1 First Base Gordon Masterson
Second Base Wayne Copeland
Williamston 1 Short Stop Eugene Lintimuthg Norm DeMarais
Third Base Bernard Judd
Haslett 1 Outfield Dick Liddicoatg George Bessertg
Harold Shooterg Frank Utterg
Stockbridge 2 Ambrose Madaj
Howell 1+ Manager Bob Van Gorder
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Qjgggingz Mgr. J. Eckenrodg N. DeMaraisg R. Elliottg R. Mooreg
J Langeg D. Manningg Mgr. W. Dysingerg Qggjggz
T Butlerg N. Millerg W. Copelandg Coach Miller
F. Utterg W. Judd
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Stockbridge 32i53 Stockbridge 57 51+
HQVQ11 M9250 Okemos 57 63
Okemos 62 535 Leslie 70 60
Leslie 36 '61 Haslett 39 78
Heelenu M1175 Howell l+8 56
Dansville 57 39 Dansville 79 56
Holt 51 78 Holt l+1 59
Williamston 60 53 Williamston 85 141+ '
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gggggiggi Mgr. J. Eckenrodg R. Jenkinsg L. Jaoksong
L. Wallaceg P. Suttong R. Austin- B. VanGorderg
L. Shooterg Mgr. W. Dysinger. Eijgingi M. Mausolfg
H. Liechtig T. Butlerg J. Showermang J. Munsellg
R. Dillinghamg Coach Wellington
Vice-Pres. Coach Hiller
W. Copeland H. Shooter
R. Redinger P. Sutton
N. DeMareis D. Manning
J. Lange G. Bessert
B. Davids L. Glover
F. Utter N. Miller
B. Judd R. Moore
President: Tom Butler Sec'y-Treasx R. Borghi
ORGANIZED T0 FOSTER BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF ALL ATHLETICS
AND T0 INCREASE SCHOOL SPIRIT AMONG THE STUDENTS
Qggk Rgy: J. Eckenrodg B. Bartigg H. Culbertson, L. Gloverg
H. Liechtig L. Wallace, W. Dysingerg J. Munsellg M. Mausolfg
L. Jackson, Mgr.g
Eggnt Bgyi M. Miller Coach, B. Borghig P. Sutton, D. Davids,
N. Miller, J. Lange, M. Lucasg F. Utter, J. Wellington, Coach.
This year, the bright gold sweaters glowed as the cheerleaders
went through their various motions, leading fellow students in cheers
to encourage the home team on to victory.
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Tgp ggy: G. Bessertg C. Munsellg E. Slider- P. Suttong G. Winegarg
W. Davidsg H. Lucasg R. Kundeg L. Glover. Sgggpd 391: J. Cyrg
J. Wagnerg L. Davidsg W. Foresterg J. Jenseng R. Morlockg
D. Dewatersg G. Richmond- T. Watters. Zhigg Egg: B. Bartigg
R. Miller- N. Grillg G. Geigerg J. McDonaldg R. Blair- S. Lockwoodg
R. Haasg 5. Mikasag H. winegar. Bm-,gh gm: J. Steele- R. Jenkinsg
W. Dysingerg N. Bowersg J. Priestg G. Verelleng R. Dilllnghamg
D. Kleing R. Rifeg Advisor- Mr. Holmes. Qggtgga W. Rathbung
w. Copelandg T1-ess.. w. Juddg Pres.- B. Judas v. P1-es.g N. Greerg
sewyg E. Houseg R. Elliottg R. Dillingham.
The Fowlerville Future Farmers
of America held their meetings this
year on the first and the third
Monday of each month. They had two
basketball teams and the games pro-
vided a good recreation for the
The F. F. A. started a pig-ring
this year with the hope of provid-
ing the boys with purebred pigs.
A new Allis Chalmers tractor was
purchased by this group during the
year from M. L. Lintemuth.
President, E. House and
L. Glover looking over
the start of the pig-ring.
ggtggmz W. Rathbun, W. Judd, R. Dillingham- Trees., W. Copeland, Presg
. essert, Vice Pres.g E. House, Sec.g B. Judd, N. Greer.
Sgggng: R. Jenkins- W. Dysingerg N. Bowers, J. Priest, G. Verelleng
D. Klein' R. Hire, 13. Dillingham, Mr. Holmes, Advisor.
53111: H. Bartigg R. Miller, N. Grill, G. Geiger, R. Blair, S. Lockwood,
Haas, H Winegar
Egggjhz J. Cyrg J. Wagner, L. Daivdsg J. Jensen, R. Morlockg G. Richmond,
Tgg: C. Munsellz P. Sutton, G. Winegarg H. Lucas, R. Kundeg L. Gloverg
Last year the Junior D.H.I.A.
tested an average of 250 cows per
month. They hope to maintain this
number in succeeding years.
Officers for the year were
elected at the annual meeting which
was held in November. This year
the annual banquet for tester and
herd owner was held December 6, in
the High School gymnasium. The
guest speaker was Dr. Quackenbush
from Agricultural Economics Mich-
igan State College. Dr. Quacken-
bush gave a very interesting talk
on dairy outlook and the Federal
President Copeland Testa Milk
Standing: Chapter Mother, Mrs. G. Davis, L. Tefft, C. Ayers, P. Smith
V. Gates, Advisor, Miss Gartung. Seated: L. Nygren, V. Ackerman,
J. Walton, D. Jenkins, V. Driver. Absent: Joan Machin, Judy Papworth
Future Homemakers of America reopened their chapter this year with the
selection of two projectsg namely, the making of Jackets for them
selves and sending Christmas boxes to the children of Foreign Coun
tries. The purpose of this organization is the furtherance of home
making in the school and the surrounding community.
R. Dillingham, E. Slanker, D. Kuney-Advisor,
N. Perroud, P. Papworth, M. Mausolf
The purpose of the
Assembly Committee is to
provide the students with
more and better assembl-
ies. They work with lim-
ited funds, but through-
out the year they have
presented several paid
and non-paid assemblies
that scored high with the
Qgg: S. Risdon- C. Cook- M. Grillg A. Hillmang
D. Greeri J. Waitong B. Disele
Qgggngz . Tefft- D. Herbertg D. Bessertg A.
Schadelg M. Bergiundg F. Duncan- D. Proper
lhiggz V. BeV1erg J. Mausolfg D. Lewisg B. Hartg
M. Joysg K. Grieveg Miss Hart
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B. Ackermang D. Dewatters' F. Watters. Qgggng ggyz B. Beckg
D. Lynng T. Campbellg J. kentg D. Fordg C. Hale- D. Haleg D. Florence,
Thlgg ggyz B. Burnieg H. Maleitzki- D. Davidg 5. Johnsong
G. Wakefield- D. Wrightg N. Teschg C. Farmerg D. Liverance- J. Cook.
Qggtggz K. Campbell- L. Wegienkag Scout Master, w. Campbellg
Advisory Committee, f. Harrisg District Supervisorg Mr. Junker,
A. Haleg D. Paskeuricg R. Peckins.
Scout Master Mr. Campbell
I Assistant Scout Master Mr. Benjamin
Advisory Committee Mr. Harris
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During the school year of 1950-51 the Boy Scouts of Fowler-
ville changed Scout Masters. Mr. Campbell took over the duties
of Mr. Harris.
The Scouts attended Camp Marie in the spring. Two members
of the Scouts attended Valley Forge. They were Dennis Paskeruic
and Dave Dewatters. Two other members, Allen Hale and Kurt Camp-
bell attended Camp Bruim.
gggggiggz F. Duncang M. Berglundg D. Gloverg D. Rudnickig D. Gloverg
J. Mausolf- B. Hartg M. DeMondg B. Eisele.
Qjjyiggi J. Browers- M. Joysg Mrs. Hopkins CAdv1sorJg A. Schadel, Vice
Presidentg D. Besseri, Presidentg V. BeVier, Secretaryg D. Properg '
D. McPhersong P. Wright.
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Chevrolet and Oldsmobile Sales
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W. Bruce Campbell
Best Wishes Class of '51
'My Best To You'
Congratulations, Class of 1951
Community State Bank
Saint Agnes Parish
C?ggg :Qs?gi Coal-Lumber-Builders
Clarence Allen Supplies
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. G. Allen
Art and Joyce's
Barber and Beauty Shop
My Best To You
Bent Tube Inc.
Class of '51
Quality Meats Only
Campbell's Farm Supply
Rev. Ira W. Cargo, Pastor
Davis Convalescent Home
Mrs. Gladys Davis
Grant De Forest
Farmers Gas and Oil
Earl R. Flegel
Casady's Gulf Service
All of The Best
Good Luck Class of 'Sl'
Mr. and Mrs. James Lucas
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDonald
Orill L. Mack
John Deere Equipment
Groceries and Meat
E. H. Stephens
Plumbing and Electrical
J. B. Munsell, Jr.
John Oliver, Jr.
Dr. Gerald Pelkey
Elgin, Hamilton, Bulova watches
R. R. Express Agency
Redfield's Flower Shop
Alex J. Tait
Insurance and Bonds
Retail and Wholesale
Fowlerville Public Library
Personality Beauty Shop
N. Fowlerville Rd.
B. H. Glenn M. D.
Best Wishes to the
Class of 1951
Moore Motor Sales
Gruber's Variety Store
Harmon Real Estate
' Best wishes
J. J. Hendren M. D.
Compliments of The
Leading Entertainment Center
R. 0. Harris, Mgr.
Lafayette Life Ins. Co.
R. 0. Harris
H. M. and G.
Feed and Grain Co.
Congratulations, Class of 1951
Kane's Mobil Service
Hay Stack Tavern
K and F Bump Shop
D. and C. Store
R. C. Liddicoatt
M. L. Lintemuth
Liverance Funeral Home
Woods' Drug Store
Fowler Chair Co.
Russell Tubbs, Mgr.
Fowlerville Sheet Metal Shop
OFF GUI-IRD SNFIPS
Loo Van Amberg
Fowlerville Lumber Co.
N. H. Zimmerman, Owner
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Standing: E. Lewisg S. Harveyg H. Neminskig G. Richmond- A. Simkusg
R. Elliottg N. Greerg M. Hattg Mrs. Hopkins CAdvisorDg 6. Jenkinsg
Siggingz J. Mausolfg R. Mooreg M. DeMondg G. Bessertg S. Saundersg
Doris Rudnicki, Marie Simon and Ralph
Redinger making posters for annual ad-
Orders of the day.
YEAR BCOK STAFF
M. DeMond Editor-in-Chief
G. Bessert Co-Editor
N. Greer Art Editor
H. Neminski Art Editor
B. Moore Business Manager
A. Madaj Circulation
J. Mausolf Copy Editor
S. Saunders Typing Supervisor
D. Jenkins Snapshots
Senior Class Salesman
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