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Page 48 text:
DARLENE JOYCE WIRSING
CAROLE JOAN WISHOWSKI
EDWIN LOUIS WITTBRODT
VIRGINIA RAE WOLFORD
BEVERLY RUTH WOODCOCK
DONALD LEE WOODCOCK
JOYCE LUCILLE WOODCOCK
NORMA .IEANNE WOODRUFF
ROGER LEWIS WORSLEY
MARY LOU WRIGHT
NEAL JAMES WRIGHT
JANICE ANN WYSE
KEITH ALAN YAHN
JUDITH ARLEEN YARRINGTON
BEVERLY JOAN YODER
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ILAH PATRICIA WALLACE
IRENE RAE WALLS
GRETCHEN JEAN WALTZ
RICHARD LARRY WARD
DAVID CLIFTON WARREN
JOHN LEO WARREN
NANCY KAY WATERMAN
PETER FRANICE WAZNY
PATRICIA MARY WEIDENMIER
JAMES ARTHUR WEIRAUCH
MICHAEL RICHARD WELCH
LOIS ANN WENDT
WILLIAM CHRISTIAN WESTPHAL
DAVID LEE WINSLOW
STERLING WALTER WINTER
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Senior Class History
Dear Class of 1958,
Just thought we'd drop you a line telling about
our experiences while at old Midland High and-
hope you will profit by our example.
When we first entered the crowded halls of
M.H.S., we never expected them to get worse, but
The financial situation of the class received
a big boost when the Hi-Y Club donated the pro-
ceeds of the Sophomore Sodbuster Dance to our
treasury. To manage this treasury was part of the
job of the class officers whom we elected as our
first official act. They were Jerry Meier, president,
Haden MacRae, vice president, Leanne Lutz, sec-
retary and treasurer, Cless Martin, boy representa-
tive, and Sarah Swan, girl representative.
Although we lost our homecoming game, we
sophomores felt somewhat cheered when we won a
third prize for our homecoming float "Washington
Crossing the Delaware." That year, because of a
tie vote, we had two representatives to the Queen's
Court fwe just couldn't decide between our beautiesl.
They were Becky Caple and Madge Plummer.
A few weeks before finals, we elected the of-
ficers to carry us through our junior year. Haden
MacRae was elected president, Madge Plummer,
vice president, Nancy Grewe, secretary and treas-
urer, Leanne Lutz, girl representative, and Ted Ba-
ker, boy representative.
At the end of the year we were writing in each
other's annuals-"See you next year, Junior."
And juniors we werel We were upperclassmenl
We even thought we looked dignified, especially in
Homecoming during our junior year involved
a lot of work for us. The class-sponsored Snake
Dance wound its way through the streets and ended
at Central Park. There we burned a dummy of a
Bay City Handy player on the bon-fire. Even though
the school spirit was high and the team fought
gallently, we lost the game. JoAnne Thornton, the
junior class representative to the Queen's dazzling
court, contributed toward making the dance a huge
As we bunny-hopped our way into the second
semester, some of the other social successes were the
White Buck Dance and, of course, the Junior-Senior.
In a beautiful setting of "Sea Mist" we danced away
the evening in enchantment. Two days later as we
watched the graduation of our senior friends, we
anticipated the experiences we would have in our
own senior year.
When we returned in September, the bewilder-
ed sophomores noticed us with awe-that is until
the senior class boys began to notice the sophomore
The homecoming game, played in pouring
rain, was a hard-fought battle between our
Chemics and the Saginaw High
Guenther reigned as queen over
events while Sarah Swan was the
the senior class on Marinell's Court.
After final exams were over, the senior class
officers began planning Commencement. Many
things followed rapidly as we seniors entered our
last semester in high school. Government Day,
dances, parties, and exchanging senior class pictures
were all leading to that final week, Commencement
Well, Class of 1958, that's what happened to
us. We hope you will have the best of luck while
you are attending high school.
The Class of 1955
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