Goodrich High School - Martian Yearbook (Goodrich, MI)
- Class of 1957
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The staff, the officers and the entire membership of the Senlor Class
take pleasure in presentang the 1957 edltion of the Goodrich H1gh School
yearbook we respectfully call attentaon to the alterataon of the name,
whach 18 a simpllfied, more usable tatle The Martian
we have permitted a phrase of our Class Motto ULook to the Stars'
to dictate the theme for our yearbook
The most promlnent star represents the school year 1956-1957 From
this star radiate smaller stars represent1ng happenlngs whlch make up the
we trust that with this emphasls you, the readers, H111 recall the
stars in thas Galaxy which were of greatest magmtude to you
As the pages of this yearbook unfold and outline the history of this
School year, we hope we have succeeded in giving it a new look, a more
exc1t1ng and interestmg pattern of design through the inclusion of
lnformal pictures, paragraph biograpmes, stories of events, and the
ldentification of nearly every pictured person throughout the entire book
When recalling the school days Just passed, reach for this MARTIAN,
for w1th1n its pages your school year of '56 and '57 w1ll live aga1n
We hope the pleasure you rece1ve from reading this book now and :Ln
the years to come will reach the same zenith of enjoyment that we have
expenenced in its production
GALAXY of EVENTS that took place during this year.
To Mr Roy Stacey, who for the past four
years has been our devoted prlncipal and
friend . .
He always has t1me to give sound advice and
help to anyone ln need.
when n100k1Hg toward the starsu his lnspira
tlonal rays of loyalty, leadershlp, and example
have made Goodrlch a school, one of which to be
In our deep appreclatlon for all his unter
lng efforts we, of the Senlor Class, dedlcate
the 1957 MAR'1'1AN
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'In the nlpnt of death, hope sees a
star, and llstenlng classmates can hear
the rustle of a wlng For Roger 1S now
a wonderful memory, thus, may he sleep
peacefully 1n the countryslde he loved
so well, and w1th God's love be pro
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The school year '56 S7 st rted of' alth PGg1StT3tlOH on August 23 and Zh
n1ss Johnson, Secretary and Mr Stacey, Pr1nc1pal
Barb Horton and Sharon Allen rev1ster1ng for thelr last
year Mr Stacey and Rlta Johnson gladly take rental
fees for books.
J1m VanT1ne representing the class
of US6U presents a tape recorder to
Mr. Stacey for the schoo1's use. The
gift is very m ch appreciated and
has been put to good use. Our thanks
to the class of nS6N.
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Mr Gemeny, Bonnie VanK1rk, Rex Welty, and Tom
Llndley dmsplay Safety Award Banners presented to
Goodrlch for hanng no accldents to and from school
ln the school year 1956 by the Burton Llons Club 1n
cooperatlon nth the Genesee County Sher1ff's Dept.
Plctured here are Mrs Dalsy E Howard, County
Superlntendent of Schools mth Vlce Pres1dent of
the L1ons Club and a member of the Sher1ff's Dept
who made the presentatlon.
Assemblles are one of the outstandlng features of our school Th1s year there were
many lnterestmg and exc1t1ng programs arranged and presented A few that stand out 1n
our memorles were the wonderful bamtone slnger, Charles Klng, the amazlng General
Motors "Prev1ew of Progress" and the "Romance of Words" presented by Mr Myers
Among the other outstandlng programs were many lnterestlng movles on Tuberculosl ,
Nature, Hawan. and Tornadoes
In speclal assemblles the Student Councll enllghtened the student body as to the
"Code of Proper Conduct" and the Sr Band gave an engoyable spring concert
All these assenblles were hlghlisfhts 1n the educatlon currlculum of the school year
During the Chrlstxnas assembly, Wir
Scofield led the slnging of carols.
Lynn Cummlngs and Barb Horton are
shown here wlth william N. Parsons who
presented an assembly on Nature.
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Class Officer 2
Teen-Age Traffic Court3,h
Annual staff 1,
Broadcaster Staff 3
BARBARA J. HORTON
Latin Club 2,3
Track Manager 3
Annual Staff h
varsity Club 14
Student Council h
DQAQRQ Citizen ll,
THIRD IN RANK
EDWIN G. WI MER
Class Officer 1,3
Varsity Club QPresJ 74
Latin Club 2
Broadcaster Staff 3
Annual Staff h
Teen-Age Traffic Court h
REX A. WELTY
Broadcaster Staff 3
Annual Staff L:
Teen-Age Traffic Court 3
Student Council 3,h
ra, Davison 1
PRESIDENT BeaV8Pt0n 2
NANCY L. B OWN
Class Officer l,2,3,h,
Latin Club 2
Teen-Age Traffic Court 3
Annual Staff h
Broadcaster Staff 3
SHARON M. ALLEN
Senior Scouts 1,2
CONNIE L. LARABEE
Senior Girl Scouts 1
JOH M. VANTTNE
JUDY A. WARREN
Basketball 1 ,Q
Senior Play 74
Annual staff h
Varsity Club M
Class Officer 2,3
JEANETTE L. McNE1L
Latin Club 2,3
Broadcaster Staff 3
Senior Chorus 3
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555 Jr. Play
fQj QStudent Directorl
JC Sr. Play
2 CStudent Directorl
2 Betty Crocker Homemaker
RALPH C. MCMANUS
Latin Club 2,3
Broadcaster Staff 3
Teen-Age Traffic Court
BARBARA L. MOORES
Office Help L
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Jr. Play , Sr. Play
CHARLES D. SMITH
Varsity Club 1,h
Football Manager l
JAY L. BLACKMORE
BEATRICE A. KILMURNE
ROSELLA A. MENNE
Senior Play Qprompterl
Junior Play Qprompterj
WALTER R. DAVENPORT
Track 2, 3,14
ALEX J. BARTSOFF
CAROLE A. PERRY
Broadcaster Staff 3
Senior Play h
EMILY L. ADAMS
RALPH L. AHIEN
NANCY D. HOLDERBAUM
B oadcaster 3
Junior Play Cprompterl
Senior Play fprompterl
DORIS I. HALE
Senior Chorus 1,2
Hi-c 1,2 3,11
Senior Play Qprompters
YVONNE R. DUBOIS
Class Officer 3
Annual Staff h
Teen-Age Traffic Court
LARRY L. WATSON
Back in the year of "SZ",
A new llttle class came into view
It took us seven years to cllmb this
Mr Burgett kept all of us up to
The eighth grade was next, our in
structor Mr Fox
Gulded us wlsely Hlth many 1nter
shook hands w1th the Governor on
our Lansing tour,
had a grand trip, and that's for
Fresh en we were and full of fun,
Seventeen newcomers makes forty one
Basketball was our b1ggest sport,
we defeated everyone on the court.
we were Sophomores Just two years
Our biggest prmde was our class
rings, you know!
Dances, partaes and many a good
Then we were Junlors moving up the
As Juniors there were magazines to
A carnival, play, prom, and banquets
There were new teachers about this
And all twenty eight of us were do-
Now in the year of "SY"
The Senlors number Just twenty sev
We've jagged along the past eleven
With many a laugh and a few tears
we worked on the Homecoming ln a
And Carolyn and Jack won the King
The Senior play was really great,
With the presentation of NDate
The Prom and grand banquets galore
The class worked hard on the money
made the trip great wlth thelr
Boat trip, shopplng and great stage
Will help us remember New York
through the days
New it's June fifth, graduation
The Seniors are now all waltlng 1n
The diplomas are handed out one b
When we thlnk back school was r
CLASS MOTTO 'Look to the stars, a ralnbow of opportun1ty W
CLASS COLORS Black and white
CLASS FLOWER Lllly of the valley
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In Chem Lab Ralph McManus, Ralph Arden,
and Larry Watson expenment as Mr Sco
dex Welty readlng proclamatlon to Klng,
Jack VBHTJJIS and Queen, Carolyn Taylor
Barb Horton, Edltor of the Annual and
Roberta Howes, Co Edl tor converse with
Mr Edwards of Edwards
Bros , Pnnters of the
Class Offlcers Sharon Allen, Vlce Pres , Rex A-Umlal
Welty, Pres , Nancy Brown, Treas , and Connle
Ed Wismer, 6'3"
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The Board has the respons1b1l1ty
of seelng that every school a5e
chlld 15 g1V6H the very best pos
slble educatwon for the publ1c's
money They must select competent
personal so necessary ln runnlng
a good school
A Board member's task 18 not an
easy, nor thankful one Few ap-
preclate h1s slncere endeavor.
Is there anythlng more precious
than a child and his securltyf
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Trustee, Clarence St1.er Trustee, George Brlgham
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Superintendent, is pic- i
tured here as he leaves
his office after a busy
Below- MRS. HAZEL ROSS,
financial secretary, does
a swell job and nas much
interest in school activ-
Above- MR. JOH
and helps many
Principal, attending to
just a few of his daily
Below- A bubbling person-
ality is reflected in
this picture of MISS RITA
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Above MRS EVELYN PINTEK,
the only woman teacher on
the Hlgh School faculty
staff, has charge of Home
Ec and library
Below MR JAMES SKVARENINA,
new and well llked by every
one, teaches Engl1sh and
Spanlsh and 13 a coach
Below MR LEONARD
VANDETTE, who has
been at Goodrlch two
years has charge f
the Commercial De
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a coach and teaches math
and sclence courses
Belowh MR HENRY WOOD
who has been teachlng
bands at Goodrlch for
three years, reherses the
Above A newcomer the
last semester, MR JACK
ROSS, teaches Hlgh School
Sociology and Jr Hlgh
Below Always ready to
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MR BERYL FOX, who teach
es Freshmen math and Jr
also adv1sor of the Year
Above MR DAVID SUMMERS
teaches Soclal Stud1es,
English L1t , and dlrects
the Jr and Sr plays
Above Coach, High School
science and math. teacher
and Hi C advlsor are MR
ROBERT SCOFIELD'S, duties
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MR EDWARD NOLL, our
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These S Class Presidents introduce DIVISION III. They areg Tom
Slavens, Freshmang Bill Service, Juniorg Ruth Killbreath, Sophomoreg
Jack Powers, Seventh, and Bob Hegel, Eighth.
Allen Sefa Remd
Pat Be tty Dom thy Beverly
Aldrlch Pack Lesko Hutchlns
Mary Ken Francis
Wlsmer Hecht Butts
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Marvin Jack Donald
Main Goodfellow Adams
Gordon Johnson Jacobs
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Sec Mary w1SmBT
Pres B111 S8FV1CO
Rep Meredith Hall
Treas Pat Aldrlch
Rep Vern Johnson
Irene Joyce Evelyn
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en3oy1ng the telev1s1on set
Right- Terry Niles and Mary Becker enjoy The
noon hour talking over good times.
depresentlng the Soohomore Class as Officers
are sec , Jm fienpton, Pres , Ruth Klllbreath,
Reoorter, Dee Ann Halter V P , J1m Howes, Re
porter, Terry N1les, Treas , Sally Holt
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Dolores chueller, Jlfn Hempton and Ruth
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Basketball explalns a few plays to Jeannlne
Nelson, Mary CHmmlUbS, Aargle Bell, Shlrley
Marcotte, Llnda Coffee, and Daullne Ballard
Class OiflC9PS Tom S1 vens, Pres , Llnda Coffee,
V P , Rlchard Ranney, Reporter, Paul1ne Ballard,
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shop boys exchanged classes
a few weeks in March. Thls
very excltlng and 1nterest1n5
gave each an idea of the oth
er's class work and what responsl
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1n the years that are ahead.
Pictured here are Lols Hutchmnson,
Margie Bell, Judy Hartman, Mary
Cummlngs, Susan Flemmlng, Paullne
Ballard, and Llnda Coffee.
Bob Sherman a typ1cal Freshman en
joys a typ1cal Freshmen pagtlme
Left- These are the boys who rep-
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athletics. Row 1 Lee Gordon,
Bob Bouck, Clark Johnson, J1m Reld,
Rod P1erson. Row 2 Glen Arde
J1m Pratt, Lyle Cous1ns, Hlke Boyt,
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The Seventh grade work
ed very hard th1s year on
class progects durlng the
Homecomlng perlod and won
the Honors of Prlnce and
Prlncess They are Lo1s
Hempton and J1.m Klllbreath.
Class Officers are Jack Powers,
Pres., Bob Flemmlng, V P , Llnda
Bentley, Sec., Susan Krlstek,
Reporter, J1m Klllbreath, Treas ,
Llnda Feher, Reporter
The Seventh grade also has a group of cheer
leaders They are left to r1ght Wanda
Marcotte, Nancy Sherman, El1zabeth Krlstek,
Susan Krlstek and Lind Bentley
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letes. Row 1 Susan Krlstek, Marcla Lake,
Lllzabeth Krlstek, Geraldlne Lagness Row 2
T015 Hempton, Llnda Feher, Llnda Ventley,
Cheryl Saxton. Row 3a Emma Llmbough, Manda
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This shot of the
tors at a pep meet-
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SPORTS DIVISION and
STAR events of the
Row l uon Andrews, Gary Reld, Dan Sefa, Ton Mute, Paul Clark, Dave
Bentley, J1m Reld, Clark Johnson, Glen Arden Row 2 Aaron Br1gham, Vern
Johnson, Joe Sefa, Charles Frantom, Bob Deschner, John Nlchols Gelston
Cummlnge, Jlm dowes, Lyle Couslns, Ray Klngsbury, Mlke Sl vens, Bob Gordon,
Coacn Mr Pughes, Leonard Arden Manager
Paul Clark, Bob Gordon, Dan Sefa
Mlke Slavens, Gary Reld, Bob Deschner, Vern Johnson, Charles Frantom,
Lynn Curnrunss Aaron Bnghm
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BENTLEY SQUEAKS BY CDODRICH
In a hard fought defensive game the
Martians lost 12-9.
Bentley scored in the first quarter
and Goodrich picked up a safety just
before halftime. In the third period
Joe Sefa scored to put Goodrich ahead
9-6. On the return lclckoff however the
Bulldogs went for a TD. The Martians
threatened but there was no furthur
LINDEN3 TOO MUCH POWER
Linden scored first but Bob Gordon
picked up a TD and Jim Howes picked the
extra point to put Goodrich in front 7-
In the second half the Martians let
down a little and the Eagles punched
across two TD's to win 20-7. Before
this game Joe Sefa was injured and un-
able to play the rest of the year.
MARTIANS EDGE ATHERION
Goodrich edged out another victory
by the score of 12-O over a weak
Atherton team. Although the score was
close, the boys controlled the ball
most of the time.
Jim Howes and Bob Gordon scored the
two TD's for Goodrich.
GOODRICH 18 - UTLEY 9
In a rough and tumble game marked by
many minor injuries and flaring tempers,
Goodrich beat Utley 18-9.
The Martians were especially alert
on defense as they intercepted 6 passes,
two going for TD's.
Dan Sefa scored all three touchdowns.
One was an eight run and the two others
were on pass interception runbacks of
seventy and twenty-eight yards.
MARTIANS OVER SWARTZ CREEK
In the first quarter Bob Gordon
scored a TD for Goodrich but the extra
point was no good.
In the second quarter Lynn Cummings
scored on a fifty-one yard pass play to
make the score 12 to O, favoring Good-
rich at halftime.
In the second half Swartz Creek took
the kickoff and marched seventy yards
to score. The extra point was blocked.
Though outplayed in the second half
Goodrich withstood a Swartz Creek drive
to the six yard line and won the game
12 to 6. Paul Clark was the outstand-
DYE OVER GOOD ICH
In a hard fought game all the way
Dye took the Martians by a score of 2h-
Dye, fielding one of the most power-
ful teams in the area, had a rough time,
although winning by four touchdowns.
Goodrich moved the ball well between
the twenty yard strips but couldn't get
in to score. The Martians also played
one of their best defensive games of
MONTROSE OVER GOODRICH 27-12
In a game attended by many former
students of Goodrich, the team lost a
very well played game. Montrose picked
up two of their TD's on long runs by
their speedy backs. The Martians two
scores came on a forty-two yard reverse
and a twenty-two yard end run by Dan
This was the last game of the year
and the coaches put together a promis-
ing team. Next year will bring an all
veteran team and the best record in the
county we hope. Best of luck to the
team in '57e
Aaron Br: gham
E .fa Semor
D1str1ct 8: Reg1ona1 Champs 1957
After endlng the regular season w1th an elght won, elght lost record, the Mart1ans
set out on the tournament tr1al w1th fresh sp1r1t 1n the1r heart and the state champ
1OHSh1p 1n mlnd
In the flrst D1str1ct game the boys managed to down Hartland 57 bl However the
champlonship game was qulte a b1t closer The loyal fans Qw1th stronger heartsl suf
fered through the game unt1l w1th three seconds rema1n1ng Bob Gordon popped 1n a jump
shot for the 36 35 w1n There was joy 1n Goodrlch that n1ght as the Martaans brought
home the first District trophy s1nce 1951
It was a nervous ball club that attended the pep meetlng before thelr first reglonal
game at the IMA After a relaxing speech by Mr Fox the boys looked toward the game
w1th new determ1nat1on The game proved that they were relaxed and ready to play ball
as they beat favored Owendale 61 52
Agaln the Champ1onsh1p game agalnst Ruth SS Peter and Paul proved to be nerve wrack
lng and exhausting to everyone The gane was very hard fought by both sldes In a
tnr1ll1ng flnlsh the Martlans came from beh1nd and won the game on Dan Sefa's Jump shot
wlth seven seconds left The Reglonal trophy was the first ever won by a Goodrlch temn
In the State quarterf1nals the boys lost a heartbreaker 63 62
Th1s year the team d1d a good job. The club was well balanced w1th a lot of compe
t1t1on between the players for a starting berth The final record was twelve w1ns and
n1ne losses w1th a w1nn1ng streak of s1x in a row endlng at the State quarterflnals
Ed wismer and Lynn Cummlngs made f1rst and second team All County respectlvely How
Zgerl each player on the squad starred in a very successful season Congratulations
The players set thelr goal high at the beg1nning of the season the State Champlon
shlp They came so close but not qurte enough to make lt We all hope the team w1ll
go on next year and 1n the years to come and w1n the State trophy
One of the reasons why!
Look at No. 5.
They were astounded,
The way we rebounded!
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Th1s ye r the Junlor Varslty had a poor record but not a d1sappo1nt1ng one with
no experience hatsoever a young team made excellent progress through the season
All the games won by the J V were well played even though the boys were much
shorter than thelr opponents Belng 1n good physical shape and show1ng a lot of scrap
pald off w1th two w1ns toward the end of the year
Actually a successful season 1sn't lndlcated by a good record, rather by what the
boys have learned toward graduat1ng to the V3PS1ty team
Next year some of the players w1ll be on the varslty, but those who remaln should
put together a well balanced team under the guldance of thelr very able and hard dr1v
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Kingsbury, J1m Parrot, Rod Plerson, and Dave Bentley Back Row Jim Reid,
Glen Arden, Lyle Cousins, Coach, Mr iughes, J1m Pratt, Vlke Boyt, and Lee
GOL LOD '41
Row l Betty Stone, JoElla CUmmlHbS, Sharon Allen, Barb Horton, Carolyn
Taylor, Sally Holt Row 2 Janet Jones, Sherry Allen, Sharon Ray,
Vlr 1018 Maln, Sharon McK1nz1e, Judy Horton Row 3 Betty Pack, Mary
Becker, Joann Horton, D1ana Sefa and Connle Llndley
bunch and had an enjoyable even
On March 13 the glrls made a
tmp to Frankenmuth to the Annual
Basketball Banquet Janet Jones
was chosen as song leader and led
the slnglng for the 6V6H1Dg
1h1s concluded very exc1t1ng
year for the Martlanettes
The Advanced Homemaklng glrls,
Barbara Moores, Janet Hubble, and
Evelyn Holderbaum, under the sup
erv1s1on of Mrs Plntek prepared
a de11C1OUS meal for the Martlan
Later the Varslty squad gave
the Senlor glrls on the team a
surpr1se plzza party The glrls
ordered seven plzza ples, made
NI TA GAGE, coAcH
SHARON ALLEN, Foawmw
BARB HOHTON, GUARD
CAROLYN TAYLOR, GUARD
GIRLS LOSE TO SWARTZ CREEK
he g1rls basketball team lost to
Swartz Creek 1n thelr first league game
after defeatlng Mllllngton 1n a non
league game the week before
Swartz Creek had a s1x point lead at
the end of the first and second quart-
ers wlth a score of 12-6 and 21 15 re
spectlvely Swartz Creek scored ten
polnts and Goodrlch n1ne glvlng a third
quarter score of 31 224 The Goodnch
glrls were unable to break the lead of
the opposlng team leavlng the final
score of 37 27 1n the flnal frame.
Sharon Allen was hlgh scorer with
GOODRICH VS UTLEY
Utley was unable to break up the
Goodrlch lead throughout the entlre
game The half tame score was 16 11
and the f1na1 score was 28 22 Sharon
Allen plcked up slxteen polnts to lead
GOO RICH DOWNS MONTROSE
Montrose was unable to break th
lead of the Goodrich g1rls through the
By the end of the flrst half the
girls had a n1ne po1nt lead and finish
ed with a score of 27 17
BENITLEY 'IUPS GOODRI CH
In a hard fought game the Martlan
ettes were downed by a score of 27 to
The game was close untll the thlrd
quarter when Bentley outscored them 9
fourth quarter to close the gap to only
three baskets Sharon Allen was hlgh
scorer wlth el ven po1nts
ATHER'lON OVWR OOODRI CH
Goodrlch gals were overcome by a
well balanced Atherton team Atherton
was able to hold a lead through the en
tire game Flnal score, 3h 20 Sharon
Allen and JoElla Cummlngs paced Good
r1ch w1th nlne and elght polnts respec
GOODRICH WHOPS LINDEN
In one of the best games of the year
tae g1rls won by a large margin of 37
12 All of the glrls got 1n the game
and played extremely well
GOODRICH VS DYE
W th three of the girls playlng
thelr last game for Goodrlch, the team
played a f1ne game but lost to Dye 314
21 Betty Stone led the Mart1anettes
w1th s1x polnts
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Rutter, Lee Gordon, Dan Sefa, Walter Davenport, Jack VanT1ne Row 3 Coach
Skvarenlna, J1m Howes, Lyle Couslns, Joe Sefa, Ray Klngsbury, Jlm Parrott, Ivan
Row l Jeannlne Nelson, Llnda Coffee, Lo1s Hutchlnsofx, Chlrley Marcotte,
Marg1e Bell, Judy Hartman Row 2 Connxe Llndley, Sherry Allen, Sharon
McKinz1e, Judy Fetters, Joann Horton, Sharon Allen, Dlana Sefa Row 3
Ruth Kllloreath, V1rg1n1a Maln, Cleo Closek
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Row 1 Barb Horton, Judy Fetters, Margle Flemmlng, Sharon McK1nzie, Ruth
Klllbreath, Mary Wisner, Joyce McCorm1ck, Sherry Allen. Row 2 Nancy
Jacobs, Marcella Davldson, Janet Hubble, Joann Horton, Sharon Allen, Cleo
Ciosek, Sally Holt, Connie Llndley, Diana Sefa. Row 3 Lo1s Hutch1nson,
Shlrley Marcotte, Mary Cummings, Virglnla Maln, Jeann1ne Nelson, Linda
Coffee, Judy Hartman, argle Bell and Paullne Ballard
Judy Horton, Carolyn Taylor,
Betty Stone, Mar1don Jones, JoElla
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Row 1 B111 Meranda, Uon Anorews, Bob Sherman Joe Sefa
Row 2 Glenn Arden, Jlm Reld, Dav1d Burton,
Clark Johnson, Coach, Mr Hughes, Lyle Couslns,
Pharles Frantom, Bob Powers, and Rod Plerson
Vern Johnson practlces catchlng
wh1le Aaron Brlgham has batting
Row l Paul Clark, Dan Sefa, Jlm Hempton, Bob Gordon, Vern Johnson, Gary
Reld, John Nlchols, .Jave Bentley Row 2 Aaron Bingham, Rlchard Blue, B111
servlce, Roj Allen, J1m Howes, Joe Qefa, and Coach, Mr Huvhes
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The Varslty Cheerleaders have worked hard
thls past year on new cheers ard routlnes They
have also created more SItHUSl8StlC pep meet-
1PgS and more school sp1r1t
To make the HOm6COmlDg a blg success tne
Cheerleaders planned and presented a spectacular
pep meetlng and parade
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hard this year in making this
basketball season the best
ever. The job of the cheer-
leaders doesn't end with just
leading cheers on game nights
Behind the scenes are the
hours of practice, planning
pep meetings, sign making and
The effort put forth is
very rewarding, when they can
help the team win and see the
school spirit and interest in
the student body.
Jo Ella, Judy, Janet, Betty, Carolyn.
Thanks students, for support
ing the cheerleading squad and
backing our team Pictured here
are the cheerleaders, Jo Ella Cum
mwngs, Judy Horton, Janet Jones,
Betty Stone, Carolyn Taylor,
troducing the starting line up
Ed Wismer, Lynn Cummings, Bob
Gordon, Aaron B igham, Joe Sefa
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Bonnie Hubble, Diana Sefa, Linda Coffee
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These energetic gals' job is
cheering on the Reserve Basket-
Many hours of hard practice
are spent learning yells and
chants to encourage the specta-
tors and the team at games.
The girls look forward to
' the day when they will be able
f to take the place of the Varsi-
f ty Cheerleaders.
, The picture Kleftl shows the
enthusiasm with which the girls
undertake their task!
The first meeting of the Student Councll
The Student Councll was a newly or
ganized group at Goodrich Hlgh this
year A committee had made a consti
tUt10Ho The Senlor and Junior classes
nominated two students from each of
the1r classes to run for presldent
The four candldates, Janet Jones,
Carolyn Taylor, Rosella Menne, and Tom
Llndley, put on a v1gorous campaign.
They held an assembly in whlch the
candldates and thelr qualifications
were lntroduced to the student body
When votlng day came over 955 of the
student body voted
Right- Reporter, Connle Lindley, Pres
ldent, Tom Lindley, Treasurer, Rex
Welty, Vice President, Janet Jones,
Secretary, Carolyn Taylor
Advisor Mr Stacey
The purpose of th1s organization
snall be to develop attltudes of, and
practmce in, good cltdzenship, promote
harmonlous relations throughout the
entlre school, 1mprove student-teacher
relatlonshlps, lmprove school morale,
a sz. t 1n the management of the school,
provlde a forum for sutdentexpresslon,
provlde orderly dlrection of school
8Ct1V1t1eS, charter school clubs and
general welfare of the school
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Row 1 Left to Rlght Dorothy Lesko, Llnda Coffee, Sally Holt, Dlana Sefa,
Judy Horton, Karen Joreau, Pam neranda, Dlane Jest, Janlce Lalrd Row 2
uelston dest, Nancy Sherman, Dlck Taylor, Llnda Horton, Mary CHmmlDgS, Beverly
HUtCh1HSOH, Ken Hecht, Betty Stone, Jeneane Dayhuff, Barb Horton Row 3
Davld Lalrd, Karen Plerson, Llnda P1erson, Vlrvlnla ieusted, RICKY Horton,
Arthur ncCov, Cathy Lesko, Barry Zubke, Rodney Plerson, Charles Frantom, B111
SBTV1Ce, Jlm Hempton, Janet Jones, Rlchard Roblnson, Leon Nllson, John
Roblnsor, Paul ieusted, Wlke Boyt, Aaron Brigham Back Row Joann Horton,
JoElla CUmMlHgS, Joyce MCCOFmlCk, Mary Wismer, George Rutter, Connle Larabee
Conductor, dr Henry wood, Nancy Jacobs
Presldent- Barbara Horton
Reporter Janet Jones
Llbrarian Judy Horton
Vlce Presldent Betty Stone
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Jr Representative Ricky Horton
Tne marchlng band nas been one of our
brlgntest stars nd 1S certalnly deserv
1H5 of our T6COgHlt1OH
Under tne dlrectlon of Mr Henry Wood,
our band has preserted many excellent ex
h1b1t1ons at the football games durlng
thls school year
The year's act1v1t1es lncluded a trlp
to the State Falr on September 8, 1956
and Band Day 1n Ann Arbor on October 20,
Row 1 Susan Kristek, John Meranda, Ronald Auten, Carol Sue Pintek, Carol
McAbee, Ellzabeth Kristek Row 2 Allen Rohrer, Ted Maule, Diane Rohrer,
Ronald Morea, Ralph Moray, Jack Powers, L1nda W1smer, Woody Mlllspaugh, Bonnie
Van Kirk Row 3 Pat Sherman, Karen Brown, Mike Berg, Vonette Gemeny, Steve
McCandish, Cheryl Horton, Terry Bouck, Mary McKenzie, Bruce Rohrer, Bill
Row 1 Margaret Sanford, J ana Feher, Dlane Feher, Sharon Sutton, Joanne Allen,
Row 2 Marcla Heusted, Carolyn Hecht, Norma Zubke, Gloria Allen, Llnda W11S0no
Row 3 Yvonne Borgert, Donna Sanford, Melnn Wotrxng, Bill Bros1us, Bobby West,
donald Moreau, John Moore, Glenn McKennan Row 11 Pamela Jacobs, Cllfford
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THE SKELTON WALKS
A Mystery Comedy in Three Acts
Directed by David Summers
Student Director Mary Wismer
Presented on A r1l 6, '57
Stage Crew Roy Allen, Jack
ooodfellow, and Aaron Br1QH,m
Mary Wlsmer, Student Dlr ctor, Evelyv Holderbaum, Judy
sherry Allen and Betty P ck, Horton, Dan Sefa and
Evelyn Holderbaum, wancy Jacobs, Merry Hall,
Dennls Jackson, Bill Servlce, Dan Sefa and
Dr Harold Ferslg
Mrs Ellza Hubbard
Mrs Lllla Donahue
Standlng Bev Hutchlnson, B111 Service,
Dennis Jackson, Bob Deschner, an
Betty Stone Seated Dan Sefa, Merry
Hall, Nancy Jacobs, Evelyn Holderbaum,
and Judy Horton
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Blackmore, Alex Bartsoff, Larry Watson, Ralph
Arden Front Row Ralph McManus, Sharon Allen
Carole Perry, Rex Welty, Barb Horton and Jack
What are we going to do now?'P
How are you feelnmg?
Dad 1S always on the phone!
Officer Benson Alex Bartso ff
November 30,1956 was the date for the pre
sentatlon of the Senlor Play, 'Date Ba1t '
It was a lmght-hearted comedy about a famlly
of teen age glrls and thelr premeditated sit-
uatlons wlth thelr frlends
'lhe story revolves around Em:i.ly,the young
est S1 ter, who considers herself a socidl.
misfit Her father's polit1cal pos1t1on makes
a compllcated s1tuat1on whlch unfolds a plot
for this exceptlonal comedy
D L Summers Director
Jeanette Mcblell Student Dlrector
On the following pages tne nistory of the Homecoming is depicted.
A Pep Meeting and Parade started it off with a Football game in the evening.
Tne following evening a Dance was held. All these activities honored the Alumni.
After the Pep Meeting the candidates
for King and Queen and Prince and Prin
At the pep Meeting cess paraded in conve rtibles
The Cheerleaders' float led the students Seated on the float
are Alumnae Cheerleaders, Jeanette Pierson and Vio Moreau
Even the Teachers marched
and after tne parade all left
to come back to the football game in
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Row 1 Prlncess, Lo1s Hempton, Klng, Jack VanT1ne, Queen, Carolyn
Taylor, Prlnce, Jlm Klllbreath Row 2 Gary Reld, Joann Horton,
J1m Hempton, Betty Stone Row 3 Llnda Horton, Tom Slavens, Mary
Cummlngs, Ed Stone
Thls was the first annual Homecoming game for Goo L1Ch High Th1s event took
the place of the Carnlval usually held every year It gave old frlends a chance to
get together and whoop lt p Wh1Ch they dldi All ln all everyone had a good
tlme at the game and afterwards, even the teachers
Although our team lost to Montrose 27 12 lt was a very exc1t1ng, well played
Old fr1ends meet agaln at tne Homecomlrg game Pic
tured here are Ann Barker, Connle Br1gham, and Har Alumnl Dave Clark and Ron
197 Haddflll Allen watch as the Mart1ans
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The Alum i, Carl Horton, Mr and Mrs Ken
Horton, Margret Benson, Mr and Mrs Dlck
Horton, and Mr and Mrs B111 Taylor, talk
over old tames.
Right- Carolyn Taylor,
Queen, and Jack VanTine,
King, reign over the dance
Below Teachers took
part Mrs Ruth lhmmnngs
and Mrs Evelyn Pintek w1th
JoE1la Cummings and D1ana Sefa
cut a nice
flgure on the dance
was supplied by
Gary Wilson who
mere wlth Von
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Lanny Passmore, Frank Menne, Dave Bentley, Rod
Pierson, Don Andrews, Lyle Cousins, Paul Clark,
Jack Goodfellow, Lynn Cummings, Gary Reid,
Marvin Main, Pete Slavens, Dick Main, Jim Pratg
Joe Bogert, Jim Reid, Mike Slavens, Bob Lagnesq
Billy Meranda, and Mr. Noll. Strict Parlia-
mentary Procedure is carried out at all meet-
F.F.A. Officers: Frank Menne, Trees., Marvin
Main, Sentinel, Lynn Cummings, Pres.3 Pete
Slavens, Sec.3 Gary Reid, V.P.5 Paul Clark,
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Mike Slavens looks proud of
his corn project.
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Cleaning up after the tornado! ,
Marvin Man and Jack Goodfellow drying
Tractor Co-Op Dlck Maln, Rod Pler on, Mlke Dxck Maln computlng butterfat
Slavens,Marv1n Maln, Don Andrews, Frank Menne, content
Lyle Couslns, Lynn Chzmmlngs, Pete Slavens, Gary
Reld, Joe Bogert, B111 Meranda, Lanny Passmore,
Frank Ifenne and B111 Meranda demon Mr. N011 and Maman M In I,
trate tractor safety a epalr equlpmept
DOH Adams and other mem- Paul Clark soeaklng on soil conservatlon
bers learn to USS the for the State Contest. He placed second.
Chaln SSW OH thls F-F-A- Rod Pierson and Pete Slavens practlce
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A garment can't be properly construct-
ed if it isn't properly cut and marked.
The material must be marked before the
-pattern is removed from it or the dress
may end up being a jig-saw puzzle.
Left to Right- Karen McCormick, Paul-
ine Ballard, Mary Cummings, and Mrs.
for each figure.
and Sandy McDiarmid.
Meal planning includes table setting
and proper table manners. Demonstrat-
ing here are Shirley Adams, Jeannine
Nelson, Virginia Main and Evelyn Brown.
Before you can sew you have to select
the right pattern and the proper style
Tall girls can look shorter if they
wear full skirts while shorter, heavier
girls can choose styles to make them
NIt's all in the study of the linesn,
says the instructor, Mrs. Pintek to
Frankie Andrews, Linda Coffee, Lois
i Hutchinson, Susan Flemming, Margie Bell
Know1ng the r1ght way to use a pattern is lmportant
to the g1T1S taklng SeW1Dg ln Homemaklng Class, Judy
Hartman expla1ns to the other g1rls Pauline Ballard,
take the 1DStTUCt1OH
Left to Rlght Evelyn Brown, Mrs Plntek, Karen McCorm1ck, Shlrley Marcotte,
Sharon MCK1HZl8, Nancy Jacobs, Pauline Ballard, seated 15 Judy Fetters
Shirley Marcotte, Mary Cummings, and Karen McCormick
Row 1. Roberta Howes, Adv1sor Mr Fox, Barb Horton, Von nlB01S Row 2
Sharon Allen, Rex Welty, Judy Warren, Carolyn Taylor, Nancy Brown, Jack
Va.nTine Row 3 Ed W1smer, Ralph McManus
Back Dan Sefa, Tom Llndley, Francis Butts, Ken Hecht, Bob Deschner
Center Henry Wier, Joyce Scharf, Betty Pack, Bill Service, Nancy
Jacobs, Merry Hall, Sherry Allen Front: Mary w1smer, Beverly
Hutcknnson, Mr Tolly, Judy Horton, Pat Aldrich
Back Joyce McCormick, Aaron Bngham, Bob Gordon, Vern Johnson, Evelyn
Holderbanm Centers Dorthy Lesko, Lynn Cummings, Roy Allen, Dennis
Jackson, Jack Goodfellow, John Roblnson Front: Irene Marsh, Janet
Hubble, Mr Tolly, Janet Jones, Betty Stone
During the donkey basketball gave
For HAP f1FSt tlme 1n several years a Var lty Club h s been o 3'1ZSdo It conslsts
of all glrls and boys who have won Vars1t3 letters 1U sports
The purpose of the Varslty Club 15 to promote an actlve lnter t ln sports among
the student body
The Varslty Club has had several dlflereat proqects tnls ye r some of them are
the selllng of candy, hot dogs, and pop at the baske ball names Fdey also sponsored
a donkey basketball game The money from these progects lS to be used to lmprove ath
letlcs around the school
Row l. Carolyn Taylor, Judy Horton, Lynn CUmm1ngS, Ed Wlsmer, Joe Sefa, Betty
Stone, Bob Deschner. Row 2 Janet Jones, Gary Reld, Dan Sefa, walter
Davenport, Ed Blanchard, Lee Couslns, J1m Hempton, Vern Johnson, Barb Horton,
Sharon Allen, Jack VanT1ne, Charles Smith, Sherry Allen, Adv1sor, Mr. Scofield
Row 3. Bob Gordon, Aaron Brigham, Roy Allen, Charles Frantom, and Sally Holt.
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cafeterla staff, and bus drivers
beg1n with the janitors whose task 18
maintaining the cleanliness and beauty
of the school grounds and building.
A healthful and clean environment
contributes much to the attitudes,
learning processes and working places of
the students and teachers.
we wish to, in this small way, thank
them and express our appreciation to
The cafeteria staff this year
accomplished the task of pre-
many excellent meals appeal-
1ng to the tastes of those from the
first grade to the twelfth, as well
as the faculty.
Mrs. HB'l1S'fnBd, Mrs. zllbke,
and Mrs. Petherbridge are prepar-
ing for another daily special.
M Zubke left to be a teach-
er's a1d and Mrs Barker took her
Below The students are enjoy1ng
their lunches on the shiney new
Above Mrs Zubke
grade school students
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This picture of
Reid Elementary School
introduces the grades.
Housed in this
building are grades
five. The Sixth grade
is housed in a tempor-
ary elementary build-
ing built in the sum-
mer of 19148.
The year 1953 saw
the completion of the
new six room Reid Ele-
mentary School, named
in honor of the late
Dr. wells C. Reid, who
had a deep and sincere
interest in the commu-
nity's ed cational
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Tody Va.nKirk West
Auten McCorm1ck Houlden
Linda Mary Ellen
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A social studies study period. Left
to Right- Geraldine Wotring is using a
reference book from the reference li-
brary in the background.
Veronica Morrow and Nancy Young are
locating places on the wprld globe.
Betty Holderbaum is writing out a
In the background, David Andrews
and Virginia Heusted are consulting
the library for information.
Mary Liscom is receiving
individual help from the
teacher, Mrs. Erie Myers,
while Ann Nichols and John
Meranda await their turn.
Diane west, Linda Houlden and
Jim Sanford are enjoying a free
period to find interesting reading
material at the magazine stand and
the free reading library.
Mary Ann Cl1ffOrd Terry
Boyt Jones Bouck
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H1dh361 Carolyn Donald Margret
Diana Michael Terry Carolyn Glinda
Green Berg Schlegel Amidon Swack
Right- The Science corner is a busy
place. Carolyn Amidon mounts shells
brought from Florida. Gean Hillier
reads to find the answer to her Sci-
ence question. Discussions are ne-
cessary and accuracy in measuring is
important as is shown by David Ro-
berts, Mrs. Watson and Diana Green.
Pam Dooley is an interested listeners
Larry Terryah views a fungus growth
through the microscope.
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READING is about the most importan
tool that we use. Here we see a group
working on a Social Studies Unit wi
Teachers-Aid, Mrs. Holt assisting
They are left to right, Glenda Swack,
Judy Kodat, Donna Sanford, Sherry
Zeller, standing is James Coomer,
Terry Bouck, and Elroy Converse.
g wssalar ,nr-
Left- Carl Maginn, Terry Schlegel and
Mary Ann Boyt receive instructions on
how to make a Christmas gift which is
part of Sth grade art work.
Supervising is Teacher, Mrs. Watson
Left- Study in a smaller, more informal group
with a leader makes Geography more interesting
for Margret Sanford, left, and Nancy McCandlish,
right, who are ready to recite. James Stevens,
and Margret Pratt on the left, and Pam Dooley,
Gean Hillier, Dennis Barber, on the right enjoy
this type of study, too.
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Rockerfellow Blanik Allen Bentley
Norma Alan Melv1n
Zubke Young W0tr1D8
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It has been a busy year for
t1e thlrd grade Soclal Stud
1es and sclence have been add
ed to thelr currlculum I
socmal StUd16SHB studled about
grocery stores ard tnelr worx
Upon completlon of thls unlt
the class vlsited the Hamady
Store and warehouse 1n Fllnt
We al o had a candy and
popcorn sale The money re
celved from thls was used for
games and other tnlngs wanted
for thlrd grade use
Below left Mrs Rohrer, teach
ers a1d, glvlng a readlng drlll
Below Mary Wh1te prepar1ng for
tae popcorn sale
Iorking on a Halloween Bulletin Board
Leroy J anls
Cou s1ns Dowdy
J oyce Linda Marilyn Davmd Danny
Morrey Allen Brown Coomer Bravaldo
Bradley Mark Dick Sally Susle
Haney Henri ckson Hlllier Holderbaum Horto
Ralph J :Lmmy Be th
Marco tte Frost Mccrary
Richard am Rlcky
Peterson Petherbridge Roberts
Steven Mrs Bailey Mrs Mylln
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to Llnda McCullough ,
Mrs Balley 1S instructlng the reading clrcle
zanne Horton is about to read
Changlng the 'mercury' on the bulletln
thermometer to correspond mth the outdoor
one, 15 Roger Rodney 1S talang care of
the one that marches our room temperature
Earl Wallace on the left, approves of what
h1s twln brothers are dolng
JANUARY 1 FESQL 'Hia
colored paper hands deplct SEPTE
varlous dutles asslgned to each ,, L ,Ji 2
pupll for the week Placing the
hands are Walter Morrow C una
g'MOI'I'0W, Cheryl Davenport, Lois on a b1rthday weather calendar
Linda Walter, Edwin Burt, Rose Mary Houlden,
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Meredith Janelle Jack Bobby David Bobby
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J ohnson Brandt
Mel1nda Bruce Candy B0bbY
Leo Mary Ellen Mike Laura Nancy
rldge Geth1cker Wlnebrenner Allen McMahon
Ro semary J ack Diana
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Glenndgan J oey Melvin Llnda Nancy Edgar Kathy
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Walter Muto Howe
Cjntnla Beverly Susan
Hubble Herman Scnlegel Gr b Edwards Bouck
ue Janet Henry
Teacher, Mrs H111
Llnda Lacross They laughed when they saw me, but
Mrs E Cum
Didn't I turn out to be
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Kathy Broslus, 41ckey Burt,
Barbara Krlstek Carol Cunard,
Kenny Myers, Henry Schegel
Cythla Grab, Charlotte Heck,
Bobby Pol 1n, Sue Sutton,
Bobby Gemeny, Nancy Lustlck, Mel
FUTURE BEAUTY QUEENS Our Indoor Snowmen Fish are fun
The afternoon class romps and plays
Mrs VanK1rk plays tne plano whlle games
P2-ul lN111l8I'1S, Dona Horton, Amy
Welch, and Becky Cunard Slhg
Playlng house are Ronny Roberts,
Dancing 18 fun even
J amps Haney, Paul Willlams, Wayne for the little folks
Cole, and Kathy Hamel.
Llstenlng to a sb0l".Y
Meanwh1le, back at tue ra.c., che chlldren
en3oy thelr chuckwagon
Joey Slavens, Steve Henrickson, Pete Frick,
Dale Miller, Johnny Feher, Jimmy and Harold Bachmann play on the teetor-totter.
Millspaugh, Joe Hughes, and Gary
Gage listening to a story.
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Tommy Howes, Diana Teeples and d '
Rocky Herman building a glock recor S
Becky Cunard, Amy Welch,
and Dona Horton listen to
Susan Coffee, Marsha Rossman, and Tommy Howes
admire the sugar plum tree.
Kathy Hamel models
the graduation robe
which all the child-
ren will wear.
Listening to the childrens' voices
on the recorder.
The adverflsements that
flash across the following
nages were submitted by the
progress1ve merchants of our
own and neighborlng communi
The Yearbook Qtaff takes
pleasure 1n recommendlng these
persons, organ1zations, and
bu lness concerns who, through
thelr patronage, have helped
to make tnls year's MARTIAN a
and k1ndnes shwn to tie
buslness mana ers of the staff
by the merchants dur1ng the
p st weeks 15 truly appreclat-
ed by them and by the entire
membershlp f the MAQTIPW
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WE SPECIALIZE IN
I+aIian Spagheffi Home Made Soups and Chili
Home Made I+aIian Sausage Sandwiches
WE ALSO SELL ITALIAN BREAD
"II You Try Us Once . You'II Come Agaun"
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DALE Ka SONNY ----- PROPRIETORS
Tires - Tubes A to Z Lubrication
Batteries Steam Cleaning
Motor Oil Undercoatinz
Fram Oil Filters M0t01' T1ll19"UP
Muflers Sz Tailpipes Installed
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of The Class of '57
BOB'S COLLISION SERVICE
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Home Killed Meats GUARANTEED
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TMO STARS HOVER OVER GOODRICH
Before the pages of the MARTIAN close on 1957 we must call attention and give re-
cognition to the close relationship between school and community by noting two STAR
projects which were undertaken during the school year 1956-'S7.
These projects of major consequence to this area have been under way during the
past few months. As a result of a government survey one of these is already approved
and as the picture shows is well underway. GOODRICH is to have its own QQH POST OFFICE
BUILDING ready for occupancy by' June 1, 1957.
New post office takes shape as blocks
fall into place.
Postmaster Roy Mellon
"points" toward better and
--......... more efficient service for
Shop boys building big thermometer to show pro-
gress of campaign. The "temperature" rose to
The slogan for weeks now has been
"Let's Open the Bank".
The other, through an area-wide campaign, is a determined effort to "Open the Bank'.
AS this yearbook is about to go to press, hundreds of folks are anxiously awaiting
favorable word from the State Banking Commission for the establishment of a Goodrich
Branch of the Davison State Bank. So strong has been the effort, so thorough the
program and so keen and cooperative the attitude on the part of the citizens of this
community that the go-ahead-sign is hopefully and momentarily expected. The Bank
closed here 214 years ago. will it open again? The Martian Staff hopes the answer is
E a QTAR in our RAINBOW of fri
Board of Education
Future Farmers of Amerlca
HIGH and JUNIOR HIGH 23 33
Homecoming 57 53,59
Home Economics 62,63
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