Fowlerville High School - Commander Yearbook (Fowlerville, MI)

 - Class of 1954

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ll N ,J VT Q L ,. 1 3 x y A ...4 V7 I LJ s w .4 F1 L1 7-1 ,I X ,.L A l I-.A VT 'Q L-i "1 L.. f- 1- L-4 f -, 1954 COMMANDER Fowlerville High School, Fowlerville Michigan TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication 2 Opening Section 3 Faculty 7 Seniors 13 Underclassmen 23 Athletics 35 .Activities 47 Subscribers 66 -1- The Commander Staff of 1954 dedicates this book to Mr. Riby Holmes. A friend of everyone at Fowlerville, he receives with this dedication our warm apprecia- tion for the many unselfish things he has done for all of us. -2- School begins at 8:45 and the students of Fow- lerville High School be- SL their school day studying, writing, and sometimes dreaming.H At 3:30 the doors are flung open and the stu- dmms pour out every door. Rural residents climb aboard the differ- ent buses or drive home. The Htown kidsn usually set out walking. The proximity of the grade school brings the high school students closer to the younger people. The lunch hour for the high school fol- lows that of the grades on a close time schedule. The fashion-conscious youths of today are re- presented by Joe Shower- man and Jimmy Munsell. Exhibited above are leather and suede leather jackets, pegged slacks, and black shoes. Athletics are most everyone's pastime,either as player or spectator. Above are a group of fans at a reserve football game. Perhaps the biggest daily task accomplished in school is the hot lunch program, shown above. -4- Any future scientists here? A portion of the physics class performs an experiment. uGolden Glovesn Lanc Wright works out. Because eighth hour takes many of the boys for athletics, this class is composed mostly of girls. i In a rural school the vocational courses are the largest single unit in school. Above sophomore agri- culture students test milk. Right the freshmen home ec. valentine luncheon. -5- The HPep Bandn per forms at a pep rally. G Gary Wakefield gives an encouraging speech to the students assembled at a football pep rally. Most of the football team sit together at these assemblies. L 3 i I The teachers have their fun too. A pair of Hdolls model the latest women's fashions. Mr. Miller, left and Mr. Wellington, right, display the ulatestn styles 3, E Faculty meetings can be made pleasurable and the teachers at F.H.S. do just that with their informal gatherings. -5- i I 1 :2355 f 1 531: 53' 'fi is al-, 1' 1 "" uamatrbg Fw ' ' V 35:53 'A Lf! li g : W E ' -ff' XY 'I 5 i X A 3 w 1 S".i,..E:E:E ,iii lm, V . 1151 ' 'ff LW' ' ADMINISTRATION SCHOOL BOARD: Sherman Lillywhite, Fred Anderson, Cecil Letard, Edward Zimmerman, Harry Elliott, Superintendent, John Munn. John Wellington, High School Principal. Fowlerville Community Schools, a new name adopted this year, is ad- ministered by the school board,comf prised of private citizens, and a capable staff of professional ad- ministrators. The expanding system requires careful co-operation among all those connected with the school and the citizens of the community. The results can be gaged by the citizens of tomorrow, the students of today. 43- FACULTY CHARLES W. HILLS RIBY HOLMES Instrumental Music Agriculture B.M.-U. of M. B.S.-M.S.C. FRANCES WOODBURY LORETTA JURCZAK Mathematics, Sfanish, Commercial Journalism B.A.-W.M.C. B.A.-C.M.C.E. CLAUDINE JACKSON MYRNA KNOWLES Home EG. English B.S.-M.S.C. B.A.-M.S.C. -g- MARY HARDY CATHERINE SHINN Choir Library, Speech, Englis B.M.-U. of M. A.B.-U. of M. I3 If Dy., ,- -, an JM. 5 L svhm, V ,i 3. . mi 'fggwgavwi gsm, adam X .- JOHN BRISSAUD RALPH JAMES Social Studies, Coach Science B.S.-W.M.C. B.S.-M.S.C. 335.- I' +, of , ROSE HAMLIN MARO MILLER Junior High Social Studies, Coach B.S.-M.S.N. B.S.-M.S.C. -10- CHARLOTTE HARDY ROBERT EDDY Junior High Social Studies B.A.-Olivet ,A.B.-N.M.C.E. ELEMENTARY TEACHERS A TOP ROW: Helen Allen, 6th, Julia Ruttman, Hfj Leola Staley, Benjamin, Mary Austin, 5th, Elda Brown, Sprague, Betty Yago, Hackett, Frances.Ketchum, Munsellj Natalie Kreeger, 1Sff Ethel Sly, Briggsg 2ND ROW! Hazel Olsen, Boyd, Margaret VanGorder, 2nd, Gloria Glover, Parsonsg Norine Bradley, Griswold, Elizabeth Mortimore, Haynerg Ernestine Carlson, Elem- entary Princitalg Dorothy Reed, 4thf Eva Toomey, 3rd, Helen Allen, South Handy, 3RD ROW: Effie Wright, Coughranj Evelyn Cameron, 4th and 5th, Ethel Waldron, 1Stj Mary Hardy, Music, Ilah Mae Horton, Randall, Thelma VanValkenburg, Handy Center, Viola Phillips, Wilson, ABSENT: Nellie McDonough, Brown, Isobel Johnson, Parkers Corners. -11- STAFF AIDES Russell Purchase-Frederick Sanford Gaylon Worthington-Alfred Jackson Custodians Barbara Pipoly-Mildred Humrich Secretaries Mrs. Shooter-Mrs. Tesch Hot Lunch Program .-5' I rg? 4 ,xxiggg-,'A.rE:.i-Ek VE? 131211-:4Q!gv+li 2 1 '15 13.54 ':"-S31 Magi 1: Nfl Lili 5. 1 , 951, ul : .5 1. sl-1 E I Ehgiqgu i -I we , , .:. 2:"'.:- ,sf -gp., 2'-"E, H g' -4 .E . 1: ig'-I-,--.-:..':. 'J - ' 3 . .. . . I 3.:2:'l 1'I5'Ef' "-:"i. -- .Seam 2iifsz,ffe2w- Af- 1 2 If - i5.5EE5"2!..-:55!57::'5" ' yi 5 I Eva. 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ROY GLOVER NORMAN GRILL DONALD GROVER Football 1-2-3-4 Football 1-2-3 Basketball .2 Basketball 3-4 Baseball 3 Paper staff 4 1Track 2-3-4 Track 2 Varsity Club 1-2-3 Varsity Club 2-3 Jr. play 3 Choir 1 F.F.A. 1-2-3-4 F.F.A. 1 2 3 4 Jr. D.H.I.A. 1-2-3-4 Jr. D Boy's State 3 Assembly Committee 3 Hall monitor 4 H.I.A. 1 2 3 4 PHYLLIS HARRIS Library 3 K R NELLIE HIBBARD Choir 4 F.H.A. 2 DONALD KLEIN MARYANN LANG Honor Roll Y-Teens 4 Class Vice-President 3 Paper Staff 4 Football 1 2 3-4 Hall monitor 4 Baseball -2-3 Jr. play Choir 3 F.F.A. 1- -3-4 Jr. D.H.I., 1-2-3-4 -17- PATRICIA HUND Honor Roll Class Secretary 2-3-4 Sr. play 4 Jr. play 3 Band 2-3-4 Treasurer 3 Choir 2 Y-Teens 2-3-4 President 4 Girl's State 3 Library 2 HOWARD LIECHTI 1Football 1-2-3- Basketball 1-2-3-4 Baseball 1-2-3-4 Track 1-2 Varsity Club 2-3 Sr. play 4 Jr. play 3 Band 1-2-3 Class Vice-President 1-2 4 Assembly Committee 1 HENDREN LUCAS Class President 1 Football 2-3-4 'Track 1-2-3 Varsity Club 3 Sr. play 4 F.F.A. 1-2-3-4 Jr. D.H.I.A. 1-2 Choir 3 Assembly Committee 4 LUCILLE MILLER Honor Roll Y-Teens i4 Paper staff 4 Hall monitor 3-4 Sr. play 4 LEE MASCHO WILFRED MCPHERSON Band 1 Annual staff 3 Choir 4 Photographer Robe Master 4 Paper Staff 3-4 F.F.A. 1-2-3-4 Jr. D.H.I.A. 2-3-4 CAROL MOCKBEE JAMES MUNSELL Honor R011 Football 1-2-3-4 Sr. play 4 Basketball 1-2-3 Jr. play 3 Baseball 1-2 F.H.A. 2-3 Track 1-2 Y-Teens 4 Varsity Club 3 - Hall monitor 4 Paper staff 4 Library 3 Hall monitor 4 -13- 5 s LOIS NYGREN Jr. play 3 F.H.A. 1-2-3-4 Historian 1 Reporter 4 Hall monitor 4 RONALD RIFE Honor Roll Class President 3-4 Football 1-2-3 Varsity Club 3 4 Sr. play Jr. play 3 Choir 3 F.F.A. 1-2-3-4 Jr. D.H.I.A. 1-2-3 JANET OSBORNE Honor Roll Y-Teens 4 ,Annual staff 4 Sales Manager Paper staff 4 SWE M,ARG,ARET RENDER Girls Glee Club 1 Y-Teens 1 Library 2 'fi DONNA SESSIONS LAVERN SHOOTER 'Decorations Committee 3 Football 1-2-3-4 Jr. Sr. Reception Basketball 1-2 -19- Baseball l-2-3-4 Varsity Club 2-3 Jr. play 3 JOSEPH SHOWERMAN MARJORIE STOLL Football 1-2 Basketball 1 Baseball 1-2 Track 2-3 Varsity Club Jr. play 3 Hall monitor 4 V ' Ia BARBARA SUTTON Honor Roll Choir 1-2-3 Sr. play 4 Jr. play 3 Y-Teens 2-3-4 Secretary 4 Annual staff 4 Paper staff 4 Editor 4 Office girl 4 Library 2 .ALAN TIMMERMAN JOAN WAGNER GARY WAKEFIELD Football 2-3 F.H.A. 3-4 Football 1-2-3-4 Baseball 1-2-3-4 Hall monitor 4 Basketball .4 Jr. play 3 Varsity Club 3 Hall monitor 4 Choir 1-3 -2Q4 Sr. play 4 Jr. play 3 Band 1-2-3-4 President 3 Boy Scouts 1 HW 'M LANNY WALLACE ROBERT WEBER LANCE WRIGHT Class Treasurer 3-4 Football 1-2 Football 2-3-4 Football 1-2-3-4 Track 3 Baseball 1 Captain 4 Band 1 Track 1'2 Basketball 1-2-3-4 F.F'.,A. 1-2 Varsity Club 3 Baseball 1-2-3-4 Jr. D.H.I-A. 2 Choir 1-2 Varsity Club 2-3 Balld 1-2-3-4 F.F'.,A. 2-3-4 Equip. Manager 2 Secretary 2-3-4 President 4 Jr. D.H.I.A. 2-3-4 Jr. Play 3 President 3 Boy's State 2 Perhaps not the biggest undertaking of the seniors, but certainly the most fun, was the 'freshman initia- tion. ,A freshman is made to recite a simple pledge to some eagerly listening senior boys. -21- ,Q It appears that all the seniors did was try to make money for their spring trip to New York, but if that's true they had a lot of fun and a lot of work doing it. A glance at what they had to offer for sale at the football games. Hendred Lucas decides to try a bag of Carol Mockbee and Janet the seniors popcorn. Carolyn Cook and Osborne DTBDHFG 8 D192SiHg Ronnie Rife make the sale. Larry Davids provides music for the seniors at Uworkn on the stand operated at all the home games. -22- display for a bake-sale at Tomion's dairy. The class of 1954 finished their high school preparation and went out on their own at the close of this year. 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A lib .L ,.z1 N -2g- Hary Lou Grill Ruth Grostic Dick Hackett Richard Harvey Ann Hillman Marlene Hissong Helen Judd Jack Kent Bonnie Klender Alice Lang Ardis Lang William Lang Richard Leary Peter Lowe Dale Lynn John Hadaj Harold Maleitzke Daryl HcCaslin Arvilla McPherson Patricia Herchand James Morris Barbara Nygren Lawrence Oliver Dennis Pajot Patricia Papworth Paul Patten Elaine Perroud Joann Porter Gary Postiff Denise Rife Joanne Rogers Ara Schuchaskie Norene Shorman Karl Slanker Carolyn Slider Gary Sober Rodney Stage Stanley Steele David Stock Tom Stoll Gloria Strong James Timmerman Janice Timmerman Ruth Utter Jerry Wagner Evelyn Wegienka Anna Mae Williams Arnold Wise SOPHOMORES f,,,,.,,,w,m1 i,,., M L, luis .W mn ,l 5112, fszgzezfefzzg .xinvgsz sgsrgggg -U laiqlifzqyvslnif-lwsliw ml, MW W -L,, -Ma ,sg itmammaVzigzlgiiif iw w1.fp:w:,.. l ,, ,, ,,,,,,, ,. in ,fv- 5 A V . , KS, Q gina L, ffm,-.VV5 A ,',1IgzffgQQ2ggl.fyg H , l,.,., 1 , . .,,, U . xl l.,.l ,.., , , . 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They finished the year laying plans for the Junior Stand. Kurt Campbell and Gloria Strong, King and Queen at the HHobo Hopn -29- em f.,W xi 'S . H a 4 I FRESHMEN 5 . I xl, o r 55,1 5 an 135, Mai' - .L ' Ygk ' , 4 ' ' ' -.fn-K' ' wwgwf'4 .Maw -'H ' Fi" 1. ' , J M . V. N-,gl-: imgqpe .W M EMM? x f - 'N '- 'ii-R13 1 3 m 0, 1 Yg 'K I 'M Ugg 1. in , . .Rise ,, ' V , I n :qmg f fax: , . Q. .,., , . ' WU , gi if X 5 Q1 X L Q L42 x X I .wif Q "Wi" 2' ' 1 S5 2 A s H 7 ,gfff'f?' E :I-'I -in l W its A i a ny L , X, W fs' . i:1l: L,,5,f V ' rf, . 1' L .. .,,:f 4 ff 122' 5 farce- .I ,gig - Iwnnwwte' s ,mwQqa 5if:.YfiM , E 1? ma Q - URW S: H it Z liek- "': f ' 4' 'Q 5 aQ,NwW' 15 'WW j':'- f ,. . I 5' iii , .gg i Eta? I VA.. if R ru' , W? wwwhewgh M as - ,iE':n as . if-5, a.QUW' if ' WSQQWAM' not 59 A Aff S' Q? N J NaWWVl'v 1, ' veg.. , li fb " ily, Q, aw'. W ..., Us mf? AyQR3Qhfmgmw,g,g Q., . , wx 1-.-:.::u:,f.. 1:-.' - 30- 'ir nwwwto' M7 5 me Q .1 K -' :5ss k,xi,2,, Q W w M f Q 5 my , X.J Z i , . Uri' R L! ' ' if'fwz1w' " " . f 'fa E, A-QQ WQWTQV Q ,V X 4 ' 2 1: L ' Mi f L if ,, ef 1 wr' ' my 1 Carol Adams Patricia Ayers Carol Bayes Robert Beck Rosalea Betterly Jerry Bowers Carol Budzek Janet Cameron Stanley Cameron Jim Campbell Dorine Chase Joe Cook Robert Coon Alex Crofoot Robert Doyle Deanna Dysinger Gertrude Epley Margaret Fargey Irene Finley Richard Florence Norma Guest Donald Hale Darleen Ratt Margaret Johnson Dennis Judd Diane Judd Richard Xielan Arthur Lambert William Lanckton Ruth Lang Robert Leary Peggy Lepard Pat Leseth Darwin Liverance Virginia Lobdell Nancy Lound James McCallum Sondra McClure Betty McPherson Michael Hee Mary Ann Miller Kenneth Monroe Janice Papworth Ralph Peckens Natalie Phillips Joann Proper George Reddick Doris Schulz Roger Schulz Norma Shooter 2 gwW.w? qi, ,ff y , : HW - an :mi , Vrhfyy. .We Mr. James, adv.: Mr. Brissau a U D Ha e Pres.: Miss Shinn, adv.: P Le ard Bayes, treas.y D. Judd, v-pres 4: fi j a ll, :fi g is . 3' ' ,fm K K S . Na l Qu if 1 .1 1 1 5 ya 1 . 'if iiigeq h, ma, A .241 ' "- 1.1-Q. ' V3.1 X ' 9' wiwmidswm -31- m'nH ' 5' , :ii I . X 5 ' A 1:5-.ti . .w.:M aqui P Wfifw R 2 i,5:?E'.,4- mmdgj. , .VWHwvE ,sn K " K, ml? E ! ' I Q.. ll i y.MHWff1 -sajiiivl-f,i.k-f 5 1 ..,' -'1 ,mf,. f , .. W.. , ' Q . g.,,.:Eff-:' dy I . in :-vas: ,, '2 Ii . E'E.e'Ie:!Li ' 5' . mfwwhwf KJ f. Use.: ,gli 2' El' I 11 in , m A. Z N 5 ,e q Q. wg ' .,,. .5. Hamlmdl his, s 3 ,, llkffi ill 3 , xmfff may uf .1-,-2, -gm. ,.. ,, W, .M ,, s I .gi gut 8 - u 5 Sv ix I 9 5 K ,is 1 a K I s ,' X ik, 4 55, V pf R, 4 4 X, W 1 Qffkvg Q, 3 4 ,iw ' I-jfi E ,vw , A -' " if ....- aff" SN 1-..-..., if sm' :si 125,25 , ,-,1,,, Q W-s..i,.t,-,W M si? f FRESHMEN K -fy sl,-w,xs-my in -if ff,f,,M,,, ,Wm Wqyvli ei,iua 3? 5' Q9 5 t J 6 4, 4 k S ww 1 fi J M is , 'fl W2 X Q 1 .94 lx' K K' ' gi 3 2-fig, Mwwwwa, f. xi" ' 4"' i H r.'i.dE1r'z'::-: .5 -' . . 'lf 4 M . :mf if, his W... :,., I 1 li W- an PI xg, K 'QM 1' f I J in A 2 ' ., , 1" WE' ,,sJgM?' fgfllih 3 , t 3' ,iw . We Margie Smith Mary Smith Lenore Spagnuolo Georgena Stickney Charles Tesch Clifton Tesch Pat Wagner John Wakefield Sharon Wilson Deanna Wise Paul Zarkovich Michael advertizing the Re- ception given by the seniors. Mee shown f Signs, paper hats, and shoe-mixing all made the freshmen feel at home. Besides their initiation by the seniors the fresh- men sponsored two dances during the year. One was a soc hop called the HTurkey Trotn. The HFreshmen Fro- licn was a spring dance. -32- EIGHTH GRADE s TOP ROW: J. Hoskings, T. Campbell, H. Tennant, J. Davids, K. Grover, J. ShOwGfmdH. W- Geer, R. Lines, W. Mack, 2ND ROW: A. Finlan, J. Parson, D. Hill, G. Schirmer, D. Rife, C. Kiley, T. Antcliff, R. Bach, J. Franks, P. Reynolds, 3RD ROW: D. Risdon, E. Gould, B. Hile, C. Lowe, J. Klausing, E. Crawford, D. Roy, D. Eldridge, D. Sulkowski, 4TH ROW: Mrs. Hamlin, W. Franks, G. Rife, A. Crofoot, S. Rogers, C. Bouts, P. Shooter, Miss Hardy. TOP ROW: J. Lucas, B. Lambert, M. Allen, J. Damman, R. Wright, H. Bessert, C. DeMarais, J. Florence, M. Schulz, L. Lambert, 2ND ROW: B. Purchase, J. Simko, N. Haltiner, F. Palmer, A. Zimmerman, I. Cousino, J. Crawford, J. Campbell, K1 Haire, C. Maleitzke, G. Crawford, 3RD ROW: N. Dey, P. Howe, E. Jones, R. Byars, N. Maleitzke, N. Cook, T. Post- iff, D. Kallek, D. Gould, B. Hanna, S. Miller, 4TH ROW: Mrs. Hamlin, R. LaMarsh, G. Wegienka, N. Mee, Mr. Eddy, R. Paskeuric, L. Peckens, B. Gray, Miss Hardy. -33- SEN-TENWITI GRADE TOP ROW: R. Yago, D. Maleitzke, L. Stanley, D. Watters, W. Tesch, P. Denehy, M. Hatt K. Morlock, 2ND ROW: C. Judd, C. Coselman, J. Redfield, R. Lynn, L. Crawford, R. Crofoot D. Brown, M. Cozart, 3RD ROW: J- Machin, T. Trimmer, B. Baum, R. Parker, J. Lucas, E Tobin, J. Burnie, 4TH ROW: Mrs. Hamlin, Advisor, M. Fargey, P. Cyr, G. Franks, M. Phil ips, J. Wagner, P. Cousino, Miss Hardy, Advisor, 5TH ROW: D. Hendryx, C. Franks, M. Lako L. Jones, J, Hanna, J. Hibbard, R. Pierson. TOP ROW: B. Miller, M. DeMarais, J. Bayes, L. Benjamin, W. Roy, R. Maleitzke, A. McGuire A. Campbell, 2ND ROW: Mrs. Hamlin, Advisor, M. Showerman, C. Austin, P. Cheney, C. Morlock, C. Thompson, S. Langbecker, M. Miner, 3RD ROW: T. Allshouse, B. Curtis, S. Eckenrod, M. Watters, R. Rose, F. Adams, T. Miner, Miss Hardy, Advisor, 4TH ROW: A. Reynolds, E. Pardee, J. LaMarsh, C. Allen, H. Hauser, R. Damman. -34- "'s:5' i 5 :xii E, .gg 5 l Es hi 115315235 3 Egg' as I af , if ML: giisgfi 11 1- 511hs'.HE'2u 'E' I li ig s I' -1-.V- - .:- :.'5:g':'5.ZE.:::E - ag I' 5 - if 2 1 ' -5 -" " 1' I , W .. W' 1' HQ '. 1 "--v:!.. 'Hg 14, 2 t :, " Jai-sz. ,i ' ,ziziggi 1 '. . .z:: 55:53 S -I X - -- '?pg,Xza5 -mfgX1j.5fXXHXi1i'XmeX,-,X-X X-iz?-.i1,.'5vXfk. ' 2 XX -XXX-XXWgwg,:i:3.Xf31p5:XjS?i?f3',Q5liQX5-X X XX, Xtf,,,fX1XXXXX,X,L .. - X,,XX .X - -. .- ,,e XX.XXX..XXfSX,X,XX-X, X - . 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Joe Showerman, George Faust, Don Klein, Jim Ecken- rod, Jim Mansell, Dick Showerman, Clarence Hale, FRONT ROW: Willard Dysinger, Howard Liechti, Ike Shooter, Gary Wakefield, Lanny Wallace, L. Roy Glover, Lance Wright, Terry Butler, Hendren Lucas. The 1953 football season got off to a good start when the Glad- iators trampled Leslie 25-6, but they fell the following week to Stockbridge, who went on to become league champs. Fowlerville had their best game when they marched over Dexter rolling up 22 first downs. There were 14 seniors on the team. The Fowlerville Gladiators ended up in fifth place with a league record of 2 wins, 3 losses and one tie. ah 4 wild Era -.::H:::r:.-.. ,"51':S,':agg,::gg,:i.":5::,3'i.::.E'-5-:ZE5 "iii i'34?V3F ' I" ' ..-f H: -m f: i if R 5 - wil l if! I Gigi l , , ' -il' gf .32 i .Q siskagsaa T 'V , - Ig -if I, ' ai ' -fl. afffis-5. 1 31 X:--' - - , 3,1-is . - gm, Q .ff 1- T- N49 . QEMEMQHQQ5 1 wwgQgmQ- J QQEMQQ e Mmswwgravmai ffkgmmw Www? 3E'?f H phwn ME fam as 'ill5?iS lA,ig5f'f -5 Ulf iwwir -F 2 E gig: QMMJMQNQHQMQEEEQEH fl R' E qqmfgn, Q , . s,'.:, ff 5' a .1 'yy ,i,, '::-fi was, aakbinsbhsieinnefirvfik- faitweaisafivfnnawargiagariaaei I ,' - r :?W--Kew.-1f.ain-fi-bg, 5 Q, o--' Afsi1?wYWx.f,A . 3, -any -,,- 7-fsfgJG.2i.wsf2' f i A wise iifweue an e af 2i'ew,1eaf fQgsQaQewfail'f?aQf2i?g,ai.f3S 'N 7f::kx12" lr'-fz.'f7.sQi '- iw- fi.L1"QQT gifilg, ff Q ' 'sn-Qllflfs ,Lfllfiiifi f-5ii3jf11zg'fP'f ,Q7L5j'l9J's1"z'w1'A5.Qrj'-1:m'Vil3W'k1.fZQ'7f2i- 3' A ,, , im Eckenrod and Don Klein chase Lanny Wallace flight uniform rightb J , . n - a loose ball while Ronnie Robinson being hauled down by a pair of Dans I ville tacklersi holds back an overanxious opponent. -38- RESERVE FOOTBALL BACK ROW: R. Leary, D. Pajot, J. Cook, J. Wakefield, R. Dye, R. Davis. P. Lowe. J- Cam?- bell, R. Doyle, J. Bowers, 2ND ROW: Coach Miller, R. Peckens, M. Mee, S. Cameron, D. Hale, N. Tesch, H. Haleitzke, R. Coon, D. Liverance, G. Postiff, G. Eaton, Coach Bris- saud, 3RD ROW: K. Campbell, L. Antcliff, J. Timmerman, R. Schulz, R. Damman, R. Harvey, D. Judd, C. Tesch, L. Oliver, R. Kielan. 19 53 SEASON RECORD midwife 7 Webberville 6 :,Qfl ,,,. 7 Williamston 7 13 Haslett 7 0 Webberville 12 0 Stockbridge 13 14 Williamston 0 The Jay Vees turned in a suc- E cessful season as they rolled up three wins,one tie,and two losses. The most impressive game was the last game against Williamston which was played in the rain. ,awinmwmwmw .l l '11 . . Halfback Neil Tesch is slowed down by Glen Catrell of Howell. -39- SENIORS 5 TOP: Gary Wakefield, L.Ray Glover, Co-Capt. Willard Dysinger, BOTTOM Capt. Terry Butler, Howard Liechti, Lanny Wallace. The 1953-54 Basketball season got off to a spectacular start when the Gladiators beat Howell for the first time in several years. The Glads continued to win half of the league games and ended in a fourth place tie with Williamston. Lanny Wallace was high point man for the season with 231 points. Terry Butler was next with 174 points. The Fowlerville Gladiators went as far as the final game in the District Basketball Tourna- ment and lost by 2 points to Pinckney. -40- O vAnsnY BASKETBALL STANDING Charles Tesch, Mgn, Zed Miller, Gary Wakefield, L. Roy Glover, Lanny Wallace Nr Brzssaud Gary Eaton, Mgr., SITTING: Dick Showerman, Roger Dye, Terry Butler Wzllard Dysznger Larry Judd, Howard Leichti. Howell Haslett Okemos Webberville Leslie Dansville Stockbridge Williamston OPP 39 66 71 37 53 41 53 47 32 57 28 SEASON RECORD TOURNAMENTS Brighton Hartland Pinckney -41- Haslett Howell Okemos Leslie Dansville Stockbridge Brighton Williamston OPP 36 39 64 57 40 61 61 38 AAbove L.Roy Glover showing some Dansville players how to get up in the world. Howard Liechti 6, takes the ball from an Okemos player as L.Roy Glover 10, Terry Butler 8, and Lanny Wallace 11, look surprised. Notice similarity of Terry Butler's hook-shot in both pic- tures. Below Willard Dysinger comes down with a rebound despite re- sistance. RESERVE BASKETBALL STANDING: Charles Tesch, Mgr., Harold Naleitzke, Roger Schulz, Dennis Judd, Jim Timmer- man, Dick Davis, Joe Cook, Darwin L iverance, Gary Eaton, Ngr,, Nr. Miller, SITTING: Rodney Stage, Dick Harvey, Kurt Campbell, Jack Kent, Neil Tesch, Don Hale, Stanley Cameron, Gary Postiff, Ralph Peckens. F.H.S. OPP 19 Howell 32 32 Haslett 45 30 Okemos 43 62 Webberville 23 26 Leslie 55 27 Dansville 28 31 Stockbridge 36 45 Williamston 36 Kurt Campbell comes out of a scramble with the ball. SEASON RECORD . F.H.S. OPP. 33 Haslett 46 56 Howell 52 46 Okemos 56 23 Leslie 54 39 Dansville 41 28 Stockbridge 25 27 Brighton 40 35 Williamston 46 Jim Timmerman rebounds against Howell's McMackin. -43.. TRACK BACK ROW: Gary Postiff, Joe Cook, Neil Tesch, Roger Dye, Charlie Tesch, Kurt Campbell, Dick Kielan, Dick Showerman, Bob Coon, FRONT ROW: Ronnie Robinson, Jim Morris, Allen Hale, Lance Wright, L. Roy Glover, Willard Dysinger, Howard Liechti, Alan Timmerman, Dick Davis, Coach Brissaud. Co-Captain Willard Dysinger Co-Captain L. Roy Glover Howard Liechti Lance Wright Alan Timmerman -44.. BASEBALL TOP ROW: S. Cameron, J. Cook, A. Crofoot, A. Wise, D. Wright, L. Antcliff, N. Tesch, K Sfvckbridge, R. Doyle, R. Peckens, 2ND ROW: D. Hale, L. Oliver, J. Timmermanf T. Miller L. Judd, D. Judd, C. Hale, R. Dye, R. Kielan, Coach Miller, 3RD ROW: F. Davis, J. Ganton D. Kelly, A. Timmerman, L. Wallace, T. Butler, H. Liechti, L. Shooter, R. Showerman, FRONT ROW: K. Munroe, Mgr. The 1953 Season found the Gladiators defending champions. The team had been weakened by graduations the year before and finished in third place with an over-all record of 5 wins and 5 losses. SENIORS Co-Captain, Lanny Wallace, Alan Timmerman, Howard Liechti, Co-Captain, Ike Shooter, and Terry Butler engage in a game of NHot Pepper.H -45- CHEER LEADERS STANDING: Sharon Wilson, Elaine Perroud, Miss Knowles, Advisor, Sondra McClure, Hary Ann Miller, KNEELING: Pat Papworth, Jenell House, Bonnie Geer, Donna Ackerman, Kathryn Brower. i A view of a football game long remembered by some of the boys, -45- M Q52 X3 egshjfi 222- "7 filffi 21 M 5: , J I 4 ' 1 191+ Vf I 1 5. S 1 I ig: - :I 173' If I im , V The Senior Class gave SENIOR PLAY 1 -N-r ags was Carol Mockbee as Emmy, and Pat Hund as Ma, help Hendren Lucas as Luke, and Howard Liechti as Pappy, to return the Settee to its proper place. "IX Jim Eckenrod as Sol, rescues Willard Dysinger as Wash, from going off the stage when he retrieved his fallen hat. Barbara Sutton, Lulu, and Carolyn Cook, Seedie, survey the damage done to Ronnie Rife after his jump from the bridge. The preacher, Gary Wakefield unites Louis, Ronnie Rife and Bridget, Lucille Miller, in mar- riage as the curtains close. their version of, HHill- billy Courtship,Ua three- act farce, in three per- formances, one to the grade school, the second to the high school, and the third to the public. The stage crew was com- posed of Norman Bowers, Don Grover, and Wilfred McPherson.The two prompt- ers were Lois Nygren and Joan Wagner. Mr. Welling- ton and Miss Woodbury directed the production. JUNIOR PLAY Ted Miller and Allen Hale after Allen has had his clothes stolen They are having trouble with the sheet he is covered with. Sh l Al lf ey len Kathryn Rudnicki Robert Pr m ters June Butl Cyr giving Richard Showerman physical and Biairice Cameron O22 stage. Miss Jurczak, direotor,giv- ing David Wright grey hair for his role as the Doctor. UAunt Tillie Goes To Sean, was the name of the play put on by the junior class last fall. The following people were also in the play but not pictured above:Kathryn Brower, Bonnie Geer, and Ann Germaine. Mr. Hills and Mr. Holmes also helped in directing the play. BACK ROW: J. House, P. Leseth, C. Bayes, P. Benjamin, P. Merchand, L. Antcliff, L. Oliver, Mr. Hills, Director, H. Rudnicki, 3RD ROW: D. McCaslin, J. BeVier, J. Damman, L. Peckens, R. Utter, B. McPherson, R. Rose, G. Wakefield, P. Lepard, P. Lowe, K. Campbell, D. Damman, P. Zarkouich, P. Cheney, P. Wagner, T. Miner, R. Dye, J. Wakefield, J. Bayes, L. Antcliff, A. Zimmerman, G. Eaton, L. Wright, 2WD ROW: D. Schulz, S. Wilson, B. Russell, M. Dryer, A. Germaine, J. Cook, D. Liverance, T. Miller, P. Hund, K. Wright, F. Adams, R. Grostic, 1ST ROW: M. Grill, R. Peckens, R. Beck, S. Allen, M. Schultz, C. Austin, C. Adams, A. Hillman. SEATED: C. Adams, Assft. Librarian, P. Lepard, Uniform Custodian, STANDING: Mr. Hills, Direc tor, T. Miller, Vice-President, P. Benjamin Treasurer, H. Rudnicki, Secretary, L. Wright President, J. Garvit, Band Sponsor, J. Wake field, Equipment Mgr., D. Liverance, Assft Equipment Mgr., A. Hillman, Librarian, D. Mc Caslin, Drum Major. -50- CONCERT BAND In the fall of the year the Marching Band performed at the home football games. They took part in the University of Michigan Band Day. The Concert Band presented a Pop Concert to the school and the Mid- winter and Spring concerts to the public. The band appeared in both the district and state music festival. On Memorial Day the band partic- ipated in the annual parade. TOP ROW: D. Klein, L. Mascho, R. Kielan, R. Davis, L. Antcliff, L. Dauids, G. Faust, R. Leary, G. Bowers, 2ND ROW: D. Forrester, B. Geer, E. Winegar, S. McClure, R. Weber, K. Stockbridge, I. Doty, K. Denehy, R. Grostic,J. Rogers, A. McPherson, 1ST ROW: N. Hibbard, B. Klender, V. Lobdell, J. Porter, E. Perroud, Mrs. Hardy, Director, N. Guest, P. Dydek, M. Smith, C. Slider, Karen Wright, Accompanist. MIXED CHORUS The Choir met daily eighth hour this year for the first time. The combined choir and Glee Club gave an assembly for the student body. SEATED: B. Geer, Librarian, D. Klein, Vice Presidentg STANDING: N. Guest, Secretaryg L Davids, President, L. Mascho, Robe Manager Mrs.'Hardy. 451- TOP ROW: E. Jones, C. Ihompson, Mr. Hills, Director, D. Kallek, J. Douglas, A. Campbell 3RD ROW: M. Miner, L. Benjamin, G. McClure, T. Allshouse, M. Fargey, J. Bayes, B. Curtis T. Miner, 2ND ROW: R. Rose, M. Allen, C. Munn, R. Damman, P. Cheney, V. Eggleston, N Liuerance, D. Phillips, D. Tefft, A. Reynolds, H. Hauser, S. Brockley, B. Crofoot, F Adams, 1ST ROW: G. Strong, J. Damman, R. Utter, K. Allen, M. Schulz, C. Austin. CADET BAND DRUM MAJOR AND MAJORETTES STANDING: Daryl McCaslin, Judy Dam an, Pat Papworth, Kathryn Brower, KNEELING: Nancy Maleitzke, Nancy Mee, Nancy Cook. -52- TOP ROW: L. Antcliff, D. Judd, L. Oliver, J. Timmerman, W. Lang, N. Grill, R. Hunde, A. Wise, L. Chase, L. Antcliff, J. Morris, R. Schulz, R. Hielan, 2ND ROW: R. Schafer, T. Simkus, R. Bartig, R. DeWaters, R. Cyr, D. Kelly, G. Verellen, J. Redfield, L. Davids, L. Judd, 3RD ROW: F. Davis, R. Rife, D. Klein, G. Faust, G. Wilson, R. McChristy, R. Robinson, L. Mascho, D. Stock, 4TH ROW: G. Postiff, G. Reddick, R. Stage, G. Sobers, H. Hee, R. Leary, J. McCallum, J. Wagner, H. Dean, S. Steele, 5TH ROW: R. Hackett, Hr. Holmes, Advisor, R. Showerman, L. Wallace, T. Hiller, L. Glover, H. Lucas, J. Ganton, J. Campbell, S. Cameron. T. Hiller, President, L. Glover, Vice-President, J. Ganton, Sentinel, L. Wallace, Secretary, H. Lucas, Treasurer, Absent: R. Showerman, Re- porter. -54- F. F. A. The F.F.A. had 57 active members in their chapter. Two new honorary members, Mr. George Tait, local bander, and Mr. John Wellington, high school principal, were added Mus year. Lanny Wallace, Ted Miller and L.Roy Glover attended the three day regional F.F.A. leadership training camp at Higgin's Lake held in April. The hog chain switched to one breed, Duroc-Jersey, and began with three pigs. During the summer of 1953, 14 acres of wheat were harvested av- eraging forty bushels per acre. A part of the money from this project was used to pur- chase a cultivator and a fer- tilizer side-dresser.A second- hand disk with which to work the orchard was purchased also. This year the Fowlerville parliamentary procedure team, Ted Miller, Lanny Wallace. Jim Tnmerman, George Faust, Larain Antcliff, and Larry Oliver: the Farm Forum Team, Don Klein, Lee Mascho, Hendren Lucas, Ronnie Rife, L.Roy Glover, and Larry Davidsg and the speech representative, Bob Cyr, were chosen to represent the district at the regional contest, each receiving a ugoldu rating. In the regional contest held at Chesaning the parliamentary procedure team mm the speaker received Hgoldn ratings and were chosen to represent the regional at the state contest. In the state contest Bob Cyr received a silver rating, and the parliamentary pro- cedure team with a gold rating was rated second in the state. Ted Hiller, Chairman, Lanny Wallace, Secre- tary, Jim Timmerman, George Faust, Larain Ant- cliff, and Larry Oliver. I 'mWWUfFmN WENM55EQ5U53fW??QQgDE , H sfffgsgi E E E ESM , E giiwi na f 5 EY time , X X 5 Mg? 5 X g ' 5 K 5 E all S L . 1 1 Q 5' 5 52,292 Eigsw, i 1 ,::, I Q5 E TH ,T V ,, 'mi f gl H ES 5, 5 E h SQ, lik MWM L ff EWS? if r g FQ 35552 5355: J :V I S K we E 5 1, x i I Bob Cyr making a point in his speech. Don Klein, Lee Hascho, Hendren Lucas, Ronnie Rife, Chairman, L. Roy Glover, and Larry Davids. -55- TOP ROW: L. Antcliff, J. Timmerman, W. Lang, N. Grill, R. Kunde, A. Wise, L. Chase, L. Antcliff, J. Morris, R. Schulz, R. Kielan, 2ND ROW: R. Schafer, T. Simkus, R. Bartig, R. DeWaters, R. Cyr, T. Miller, G. Verellen, J. Redfield, L. Judd, J. Ganton, 3RD ROW: D. Hackett, S. Steele, H. Dean, D. Klein, G. Faust, G. Wilson, R. McChristy, L. Mascho, D. Stock, 4TH ROW: G. Postiff, G. Reddick, R. Stage, G. Sober, H. Hee, R. Leary, J.-Hc- Callum, J. Wagner, S. Cameron, 5TH ROW: R. Showerman, Mr. Holmes, Advisor, D. Kelly, F. Davis, L. Oliver, D. Judd, L. Glover, L. Wallace. JRC LDOHOIOAO The Junior Dairy Herd Improve- ment Association tested an all time high of 3,476 cows for butterfat. The clubs 55 members were under the leadership of Mr. Riby Holmes. Larry Oliver, Vice-President, Frank Davis, Pres? identg Dennis Judd, Secretaryg Dean Kelly, Treasurer. -56- TOP ROW: H. Johnson, D. Hatt, N. Shooter, D. Ackerman, I. Doty, H. Dydek, C. Budzek, J. Proper, K. Brower, P. Benjamin, G. Eivley, J. Black, 4TH ROW: S. McClure, J. Tirnmerman, H. Judd, N. Camihbell, E. Winegar, J. Proper, H. Fangly, D. Wise, L. Sivagnuolo, J. Rogers, D. Judd, D. Chase, 3RD ROW: R. Betterly, N. Phillips, N. Hibbard, V. Lobdell, P. Simko, P. Dydek, P. Ayers., N. Lound, B. Cameron, N. Guest, R. Utter, 2ND ROW: B. McPherson, D. Rife, B. Klender, A. Schuchaskie, R. Lang, M. Smith, J. Cameron, P. Papworth, H. Smith, J. Wagner, P. Wflgflef. D. Schulz-, 1ST ROW: J. Papworth, Mrs. Jackson, Advisor, B. Russell, L. Nygren, B. Nygren, C. Carusi, D. Shooter, J. House, L. Dietrich, E. Perroud, M. Grill, I. Finley. 'f...1W1S: T211-'E 2 L"' Xl " . 1 1. Q " . , 1' Q an fu ff.' ,g,f,.5: " 1 Q 11- ,,',. , :..,.: , .. -fn-L 5i15's4KL'U N W'-if f '-fi .5 V" " J, if.. D u r 1 n g t h e p a s t y e a r t h e F . H . , 5 A . . 111 7 ' qj .'.' 1 , if . 1, A. g 1 r 1 s t o o k p a r t 1 n s e v e r a 1 a c - 51: A , B, i -15 -his . '-af u - 'I Q 1' .. ... ..: .2.eI9Ef.Sf5a:'?ez.5:2: hka nsi, '4 iuf X H". 1. . ' . ., , W , :',!:..- ., :ffuifs t 1 v 1 t 1 e s . Th e y s p o n s o r e d t h e C r y - 1 1 , 1, A vv - - ' ' ' ., ' .--. , . S 12 21 1 B a 1 1 . H I1 d fi h G IV 11 a d D I' a C 13 1 C G A a I , - - -.:' , - d 3. I1 C B S W 1 t h t h 9 F . F . . 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Shooter, Vice- Presidentg J. House, Secretary, Hrs. Jackson, Advisor. -57- TOP ROW: K. Rudnicki, J. Garvit, I. Doty, K. Brower, A. Hillman, P. Benjamin, J. Proper, C. Mockbee, 3RD ROW: K. Denehy, M. Grill, E. Winegar, J. Proper, K. Wright, S. McClure, M. Lang, 2ND ROW: P. Lepard, S. Wilson, A. Schuchaskie, P. Merchand, L. Spagnuolo, J. Osborne, 1ST ROW: Miss Shinn, Advisor, J. Butler, S. Allen, P. Hund, B. Sutton, Miss Woodbury, Advisor. STANDING: Pat Hund, President, Kathryn Rudnicki, Pianist, SEATED: Ann Hillman, Chorister, Shirley Allen, Vice-President, Barbara Sutton, Secre- tary, June Butler, Treasurer. -5g- Y-TEENS Throughout the year the Y-Teens Club has taken part in various ac- tivities. The girls presented the assembly MTV Takeoffn to the stu- dent body and faculty, and they attended the uHoliday On Icen show in East LaHSiHg. Also a member was sent to the Michigan Y-Teen, Mid- Winter Conference. A meeting was held every third Monday. At each meeting different and interesting topics were discussed. The Y-Teens this year were spon- sored by Miss Frances Woodbury and Miss Catherine Shinn. HALL Mormons TOP ROW: P. Benjamin, K. Brower, D. Hale, J. Hunsell, L. Oliver, J. Kent, L. Glover, H. Lucas, L. Wallace, A. Timmerman, R. Copeland, F. Davis, 3RD ROW: N. Dryer, M. Lang, K. Rudnicki, J. Timmerman, E. Epley, R.-Grostio, L. Nygren, C. Hockbee, P. Leseth, H. Dykek, 2WD ROW: L. Dietrich, J. House, J. Rogers, D. Shooter, H. Ebert, C. Call, E. Winegar, R. Showerman, B. Geer, 1ST ROW: P. Lebard, S. Allen, P. Herchand, J. Wagner, J. Bowers, B. Cameron, C. Cook, B. Russell. A new system went into effect this year. The hall monitors, besides keeping traffic flowing between class periods, were seated in the halls during classes to check on pass and entrance slips. OFFICE GIRLS Mr. Wellington picked his office girls to help him with roll-taking and other school duties. Here he checks attendance re- cords with Nancy Camp- bell, June Butler, mtting, and Barbara Sutton, standing. . -59- A , elm. scoursasov scours TOP ROW: Mrs. Peckens, Advisor, Patty Cheney. Jeanne Lucas, Janet Florence. Janet Munn, 2ND ROW: Connie Beals, JoAnn Grover, Heidi Hauser, Barbara Curtis, 3RD ROW: Geraldine Thompson, Barbara Davis, Jean Hack, Shirley Flegel, Lynda Peohens. TOP ROW: Gary U'Ren, Lee Benjamin, Jim Hoskins, John Wakefield, Fred Palmer, Dick Florence, 2ND ROW: Archie Crofoot, Ralph Lynn, Shelby Rogers, Clair Bouts, Peter Cousino, Douglass Risdon, 3RD ROW: Harley Jones, Eugene Nelson, Lance Parson, Kenneth Monroe, Keith Louerance, 4TH ROW: Gorden Burnie, Jack Kent, Dennis Paskeuric, Kenneth U'Ren, Scoutmaster, Darwin Liverance, Gary Maleitzke. -50- ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE LEFT T0 RIGHT: Terry Campbell, Lorain Antcliff, Bob Coon, Jack Kent, Mr. Wellington Hendren Lucas. The Assembly Committee, composed of a member from each class, represented the student body to select assemblys throughout the school year. They secured five professional assemblies which were put on before the students during the year. The Pied Piper Puppets, which was an annual favorite, presented a show which was based on Columbus's voyage to the new world. ,A Russian refugee, John Shiraef told the students about the conditions and customs of Russia. Perhaps the most entertaining and educational assembly of the year was given by Ken Smith, master in the field of art- istry. His drawings in different styles pleased everyone. Besides the professional assemblies the students put on a number of programs that exhibited the local talent. The Y- Teens had a program which poked a little fun at television. The student body presented a Christmas assembly which proved to be quite clever and original. -61- d - LIBRARY surf SEATED: Jim Eckenrod, Hiss Shinn, Gloria Strong, Anna Mae Williams, STANDING! Betty Crofoot, Rosalea Betterly, Denise Rife, Phyllis Benjamin. The new library facilities, installed in 1952, became more efficient'as the books were re-catalogued and many out-of-date books were replaced. Under the guidance of Miss Shinn, the student librarians kept the library running efficiently. A View of the new library, showing the student librarian at work. r, -52- The class of 1954 hon- ored the class of 1953 by a banquet and dance, the annual Junior and Senior Reception. The gym was beautifully decorated as a pleasure ship. .I-HOP The dance, held on the main Hdeckn was very suc- cessful, and everyone in attendance had a fine time. Mr. Donald Kuney, re- tiring principal, was the guest speaker. He gave an inspiring talk to the graduating class. -53- sc:-looL NEWSPAPER B TOP ROW J1m Eckenrod Jzm Mansell Terry Butler Don Grover Norman Bowers Wzllard Dysznger Ronnte Robznson 2ND ROW Joelzne Bowers Maryann Lang Joanne Garvzt Wzlfred McPherson George Faust FRONT ROW Mary Bookham June Butler Barbara Sutton Bonnze Geer Mzss Woodbury Janet Osborne The execut1ve staff of the Glad 1atOT gets together for a staff meetlng w1th MISS Woodbury the1r a vlsor Shown 1 ft to r1g Typlst Ed1tor Bonnle Geer Mlss Woodbury BUS1nBSS Manager June Sutton and Exchange Ed1t0F Joe l1ne Bowers Mlmeographers Terry Butler and Wlllard Dyslnger lextreme left and Ylghtf walt for Bonnle Geer and Mary Bookham to f1H1Sh a stencll and add the headllnes 64 I I : 'I I I l 7 I : I 7 I I I U . . . , . fy d ' . , e ' ht, . A, , . 3 . , S I 1 , A Butlerg Editor-1n-chlef, Barbara , f Woo S . - e ' . '.f' 4k I A 'Q '-1 ' 5 K u N M, 5 Ylsmzsoox Typists Bonnie Geer and Mary Bookham at work on copy for the annual while Miss Woodbury, advisor, offers advice. STAFF Editor Jim Eckenrod ponders a lay-out problem as business manager June Butler and as- sistant editor Willard Dysing- er discuss senior activities. Salesmen Maryann Lang and George Faust total up money as salesmanager Janet Osborne checks off annual receipts. .,. gg- .es.f.:-..-2 52321: 2 Ab-,gg-,,,. V: M .u-. L 1 ' R. A fag- 44 ! f A 'I I A f IQ!! fl I j J+MfEiHL,'1'uf 355. ' ,fEgg"gf w e Hgmwqigh yH,a3saiw-E . 1 . -, , llxggqi: .aziigi D. 5 C. STORE Ernest Lange TOMION'S DAIRY BLACKMER'S Clothing, Furnishings, 8 Shoes BYERLY STORE Chet Hall COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF FOWLERVILLE FENTON'S DRUG STORE LINMAN'S T.V. 8 APPLIANCES GAMBLES Wm. Miner WOOD'S DRUG STORE Congratulations Class of '54 FISHER'S VARIETY STORE Compliments of DR. HENDREN Compliments of DR. J.T. BACON MINER'S GROCERY STORE LEO VAN AMBERG Barber Shop Compliments of DR. RLF. HAUER WAGNER'S ROME RESTAURANT HThe best in foodn ALLIS CHALMERS SALES 8 SERVICE GILBERTS PURE SERVICE HITCHING POST RESTAURANT W. BRUCE CAMPBELL Ford Sales S Service RON'S GULF SERVICE ART 8 JOYCE BARBER 8 BEAUTY SHOP GLENN'S STANDARD SERVICE FOWLERVILLE REVIEW R.C.'LIDDICOATT Congratulations Class of '54 SPAGNUOLO'S Candy 8 Ice Cream Company Wholesalers DR. B.H. GLENN KANE'S SERVICE FOWLERVILLE LUMBER COMPANY MOORE MOTOR SALES H.M. 8 G. GRAIN 8 FEED CO. HARMON REAL ESTATE C.A. CURRIER Coal 8 Lumber TANNAR ELEVATOR CO. ALGER SOULE Real Estate 8 Insurance KENNY OLSON Surge Dealer HAROLD A. 8 ROSS J. ROBB Hlnsure with our Insuranceu HAMILTON'S DRY GOODS PETER'S JEWELRY HOME TAVERN DOUGLASS INSURANCE AGENCY WILL SIDELL 8 SON Hardware Store Best of Luck Class of '54 JOHN E. OSBORNE HTruckingH Congratulations Class of '54 ORILL L. MACK John Deere Sales 8 Service Compliments of FOWLERVILLE SHEET 8 METAL SHOP GRAND RECREATION Mr. 8 Mrs. Roy McDonald UTILEX MFG. CORP. HAV'ALOOK GARDENS H 8 S LUNCH ROOM DICK'S REFINERY Compliments of Ford Grostic DETROIT CREAMERY COMPANY ANN'S TAVERN VOGT'S FROZEN FOOD CENTER CAMPBELL'S FARM SUPPLY GRILL'S MOBIL SERVICE STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES ,Fred Hillman LEPARD CHEVROLET S OLDSMOBILE SALES -67- HAYSTACK TAVERN FOWLERVILLE HARDWARE Doug Burnie CURTIS GROCERY BENT TUBE INC. Complete Tubing Fabrication Compliments of THOMAS HOTEL SHOWERMAN'S RESTAURANT uGood Food Alwaysn Compliments of WILLIAM SMITH Garage EGGLESTON and LANGDON HAROLD HEINRICH Gas and Oil AUSTIN and BLUE INC. Best wishes from the REDFIELD'S FLOWER SHOP CHARLES O. SHOWERMAN Farm Bureau Insurance Services PERSONALITY BEAUTY SHOPPE Floss Fretz LIVERANCE FUNERAL HOME Compliments of COMMERCIAL BRASS FOWLERVILLE CO-OP ALEX TAIT Insurance JOHN OLIVER JR. HTruckingH COLEMAN'S LUNCH uHome Cooked Foodn LLOYD COPELAND Barber Shop Best Wishes SIMKO GARDENS UFlowers for every occasion' ALFRED PIERSON, INSURANCE 128 Maple Street, Fowlerville Phone 290 REV. BAYES BUD'S JEWELRY KLEIN'S SOIL SERVICE Lime and Fertilizer REV. IRA W. CARGO Methodist Pastor AUTOGRAPHS DIVISION PAGES FACULTY: Mr. Brissaud and Mr. Wellington marvel at Mrs. Austin's ability to blow bubble gum. SENIORS: Howard Liechti, Willard Dysinger, Lanny Wallace, Alan Timmerman, and Hendren Lucas hold a gab session in front of their lockers. CLASSES: Students assembled in the study hall for a speech by the Russian refugee, John Shiraef. ATHLETICS: Fowlerville's Howard Liechti 667, Roger Dye 4125, and Willard Dysinger C35 stop for the camera along with Greer 4175 and Sweeney C47 of Okemos. ACTIVITIES: Riby Holmes calls and Jo Finlan pro- vides the music for a square dance, a familiar sight in Fowlerville. -70- I BLISHED BY ULFIIFJ DIVISION OF LYNDON STUDIO PHOTOS nsxrsn, MICHIGAN f--. ,L I v i , Af-f new .., 1 k--J , . 1 1 w ,,, ,fy T... L-: J! Y, . 1 u av .-iw .X


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