Montrose High School - Rambler Yearbook (Montrose, MI)

 - Class of 1955

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DAVIDSON Class Pla 3 Rambler Z Rose Echo 3,h Y-Teens l,2,3 F. H. A. l,2,3 F. N. A. l,2,3 Homecoming Court BEULAH ROSALIE DOUGLAS Glee Club M Y-Teens l F. H. A. 2 WARD DOWELL Football 3,M All County M Baseball 3,L GEORGIA DUBEY CHARLES B. EASTWOOD Sr. Hi-Y l,2 Basketball 2,3,h DONALD CHARLES FRAZIER Class Officer 1 Library 2,3 Class Play 3,h Forensic Team 3,h Conservation l,2,3,h Rose Echo Student Council l,2,3 20 WILLIAM DRAPER Class Play 3 GLORIA DUNLAP LOUIS FRAS Class President L Conservation l,2,3,h Boys' Recreation 3,h Track 3,h Salutatorian MARGARET GRAFTON Lansing Sexton 3 Y-Teens 1,2 F. H. A. 2 Glee Club l,2,h Rambler h Class Play M Homecoming Court M RICHARD GROSS Band 2:39a Football M JAMES I-IARROW Band l,2,3,h Glee Club 1 Track 3 Class Play M Cheerleader h CLARENCE L. MILLER C110 1,2, Football Baseball h Track M DARRELL PARKS Conservation 3 Baseball 3,h EDITH S. HARRINGTON Class Play 3 Y-Teens l,2 F. H. A. 2,3 Rose Echo 3 Rambler M Softball 3,M Student Council 1 F. N. A. 3 JO ANN HILL Class President 3 Class Officer 1,2 Glee Club l,2,3,h Library 1,2,3 Y-Teens 3 Class Play 3 Harvest Queen 1 Rambler l,2,3,h Rose Echo 3 Office M Choir 3 D. A. R. M Valedictorian BRUCE D. OVERMYER Beecher l,2,3 JULIE CAROLINE PIECHNIK Class Play 3,h Glee Club 3,h Harvest Court 3 Class Officer 3 Y-Teens 3 F. N. A. 3 Rambler M Rose Echo 3 21 RONALD POLK Conservation 3 Baseball 3,u Glee Club 1,2 DALE F. SCANLON Class Officer 2 cuss Plav 3,u Rambler H Rose Echo 1,3 Student Council 1,3 Student Council Pres. U BETTY LOU SHOLLER Library 1 Glee Club 1,2,3,4 Y-Teens 1,2 Class President 2 Class Officer 3 Girls' State 5 Rambler Staff 3,4 Rose Echo 3 Varsity Club 3,4 Class Play 3,4 Choir 3 Basketball 2,5,4 Softball 2 Valedlctorian MARLENE E. SOMERS Class Officer 4 Glee Club l,2,8,4 Y-Teens 2,3 Rose Echo 3,4 , Rambler 4 ' Softball l,2,5,4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 F. H. A. 1,2 Class Play 3 4 Student Council 2 ' Varsity Club 2 Harvest Queen 4 ,V Choir 3 22 EUGENE SAUCIER Rose Echo 3 Track 3,L Boys' Recreation M NARJORIE M. SHICK Y-Teens l,2,3,h Rose Echo 3 F. H. A. M F. N. A. h WANDA L. SMITH Glee Club l,2,3,k Y-Teens 1,2,3 Rose Echo 3 Rambler M F. H. A. l MARVIN C. SOMERS Conservation 1,2 MARY C. THORSBY Glee Club l,2,3,h Choir 3 Y-Teens 1 F. N. A. 2,3 F. H. A. 1,2 Rose Echo 2 CAROL ANN YANKEE Glee Club 1,2,3,h Y-Teens 2,3 F. H. A. l,2,E Class Play 3, F. N. A. 1,2 DEAN E. WESLEY Football 2,3,h Band l,2,3,h Student Council L Class Pla M Rambler Z GERALD YEASTER Baseball 2,3,h Football 2,3,h Varsity Club M Vice President 2,h Hi-Y 1 Conservation 1,2 Harvest Festival King 23 gi s COl2ll SS ,., class hlS130l2, In the fall of 1952, we began our long journey to a great high school career with Mr. Goddard as our sponsor. There were many things that happened in our freshman year, and among them was our initiation. We elected Genevive Donaski as president, Donald Frazier as vice-president, Jo Ann Hill as secretaryg and Joanne Diem as treasurer. Our candidate, Jo Ann Hill, was chosen Harvest Fes- tival queen. When we returned in the fall of 53, we were sophomores and more-determined then ever. We chose as our sponsor, Mr. Miller. Our officers were Betty Sholler, president, Gerald Yeaster, vice-presidentg Jo Ann Hill, secretary, Dale Scanlon, treasurer. Then it came our turn to initiate the freshman. One of the most exciting events that happened that year was the selection of our class rings. In our junior year we again had Mr. Miller as our sponsor and we elected Jo Ann Hill, presidentg Julie Piechnik, secretaryg Betty Sholler, v1ce-presi- dent, Irene Cobleigh, treasurer. To earn money for our senior trip, we sold magazine subscriptions and that was a big success. We put on the play, Meet Corliss Archer. It was directed by Mrs. Goddard. Our candidate, Gerald Yeaster, was chosen Harvest Festival king. Joanne Diem was our representative on the Forensic Team and won second place. The biggest event of the year was the Junior-Senior Banquet. Our theme for the banquet was, Stairway 22 Thi Stars. That completed a wonderful year. The year 1954-55, we elected Louis Fras, president, Gerald Yeaster, vice- presidentg Dorris Mcwherter, secretaryg and Marlene Somers, treasurer. Dale Scanlon is Student Council president. Dean Wesley is treasurer of Student Council and Allan Davidson and Dean Wesley are representatives. Our candidate, Marlene Somers, was chosen Harvest Festival queen. Ward Dowell made All County in football this year. It was a great season for football, as we won the Class C Championship. Jo Ann Hill received the D. A. R. award. The senior play, 'Papa was a Preacher,' proved to be a very big success, and again Mrs. Goddard directed. The Junior-Senior Prom was held and was a very big success. We sold Christmas cards to help pay for our senior trip. For our annual senior trip the seniors decided to go on a M-day boat trip, and it was a very enjoy- able trip. Then what we had been waiting for came, Commencement, the end of our long journey. ess-. . lneet e M Aachen D505 mms A pneachen class will We the Class of 1955 of the Montrose Township High School, do hereby de- clare this our last will and testament. I 4 I, three or four of the best students for new tea supply of aspirin tablets. new locker room with new shower heads. , Axtell, more sewing machines, the kind that can drown continu- lab with all the trimmings. Friedl, a new Henry J. to bring back old memories. Goddard, ten more new chairs to hold the students he would 11ke Goddard, fresh and talented material for her plays. school song USCWUS9 we now have a new one, Miller, the hopes of getting another Senior class like ours to Rhoads, a larger English literature class. . Shoup, new square dance albums for gym classes. Young, a new class to sponsor, Poag, a career in the service so she can be close to her hus- Johnson, a new pr1ncipal's office so she can have more elbow my ability to cook cherry ples to Lula Feller. Raymond Crane, will my tuba to Douglas McLachlan. Alfred Crowe, will my old ford to Dan Diem. my contagious giggle to Eva Bednarski. my twin sister to Alan Grace. polkas to Gerald Shook. Manetic power to Rita Jennings. my diamond to Pat Cowgill. unecclaimed good looks to Bruce McCormick. treasured science fiction books to Jerry mur- Georgia Duoey, will my black hair to Carole Donaski, Gloria Dunlap, will my Bermuda shorts to Norma Crandall. Charles Eastwood, will my way with women to James Green. Louis Fras, will my class ring to Carol Wesley. popularity with sophomore girls to Tom Leineke Margaret Grafton, will my driver's training lessons to Nancy Henry. Richard Gross, will my interest in red heads to Ellen Larkin. Edith Harrington, will my Anti-freeze title to Deanna Harrington. James Harrow, will my cheerleading megaphone to Don Seelye. accomplishments at Flushing to Margaret Hill. Clarence Miller will my Hollywood shoulders to Carl Nichlos. my admiration for senior girls to Chuck Duncan Darrell Parks, will my sparetlme cheufterlng to Oley Frappler, Atlas physique to Bill Harris. my new four-minute mile record to Joe Newlon. Betty Sholler will the roll of tape on my ring to Judy Eastwood. white excuses to Victor Pyne, my ability to 5st boyfriends with new cars to my distinction and experience in pool to Alfred Marvin Somers, will my ability to keep late hours to Dan Shepard. Article Faculty To Mr. mcCloy, we leave chers. To Mr, Barney, a year's To Mr. Alwsrd, To Mrs ous talking, To Mr. Ewigleben, a new To Mrs. To Mr, to flunk. To Mrs. To Mr. Gwillim, the old To Mr. sponsor, To Mrs. To Mrs To Mr. To Lrs, band. To Mrs, room. Article II Students I, Irene Cobleigh, will In In I, Barbara Danner, will I, Allen Davidson, will I, Donna Davidson, will I, Joanne Diem, will my I, Beulah Douglas will I, Ward Dowell, Wlll my I, Bill Draper, will my dock. Ir It In I: I, Don Frazier, will my If I: In If I, Jo Ann Hill, will my I I: Bruce Overmyer,'will I If Ronald Polk, will my I, Julie Plechnlk, will I I, Wanda Smith, will my Marlene Somers, will Gerry Berks. I, Gerald Yoaster, will Saucier. I: Ir In In In In I: Carol Yankee, will my career in card managing to Gale Eastwood. Eugene Saucler, will my capability for taking pictures to Mike Morler Mary Thorsby, will the field trips in horticulture to Jean Campbell Dean Wesley, will my Marjorie Shick, will sunny disposition to Ruth Parks. four and a half inch heels to Carol Godsave, Dale Scanlon, will my freckle cream to John Osterman. class prophecy Irene Cobleigh is the owner of an ultramodern bakery in Montrose. Her spe- cialty is cherry pie. Raymond Crane has the best farm in Montrose. Dean Wesley works for him. The only trouble with this arrangement is that Dean likes to sing and it bothers the cows. Al Crowe is now a hillbilly disc jockey over station C-G-R-N in Nashville, Tennessee. Barbara Danner's little son was injured while playing with Beulah Douglas' twins. The odds were against him. Allan Davidson is the owner of a chain of sea food restaurants. His spe- cialty is 'Shrlmp.' Donna Davidson is the Love Lorn Editor of the Montrose Times and New Lothrop News. Joanne Diem has accomplished her lifetime ambition. She has been accepted at Notre Dame. Bill Draper is now the editor of nMADn Comics. Ward Dowell and Jerry Yeaster have been having great success with their new bureau called nYou find em, we'll date emln Georgia Dubey is now the advertising Mgr. of the Flint Journal, while Gloria Dunlap is truant officer at Montrose. Chuck Eastwood, Supt. of M. H. S. said today,---'Seniors, you are required to carry at least one subject or you will lose your ability to study.' Louis Fras, new owner of the Chicago stock yards, reports that milking a cow nuddern nonsense. Don Frazier is a big game is to hunter in Africa. Before he returns home he wants visit Richard Gross at his diamond mines. Margaret Grafton is trying to invent a locker with two doors so both locker students can get in without so much trouble. Edith Harrington is a fashion designer. She gives Dior a lot of competition. James Harrow is the new minister of the local parish, while Jo Ann Hill is the proud owner of Jo's Beanery. ' Clarence Miller is now on the Howdy Doody Show as a substitute for Clarabelle Bruce Overmyer is now the place. new Tarzan taking the great actor, Brady Scott's Darrell Parks, head chemist of UN, has just announced the date of his journe to Mars in his new super powered Buick. It is powered by dehydrated water CHZOK Julie Piechnik is giving the boys the run-around now because she is a dash woman on the world Olympics. Heavy weight champion of the world, Rocky Marciano, said he will fight Ron Polk of Montrose at his next bout. This will be a good one to watch. Eugene Saucier now owns his own camera shop. He is known as nCamera Boyn. Professor Dale Scanlon at women?u Marjorie Shick, a failure jack, and can really swing a Betty Sholler and Marlene the U. of M. said, quote, nWhat's wrong with these at cooking, has gone to the woods. She is a lumber wild ax. Somers have been on a world tour hunting for eligi- ble males. Is this any way to spend a persons precious time? W-E-L-L??22 Wanda Smith is a lady detective. Her professional name is---Madame Snoop- Just the facts, 'Mannl Marv Somers has a thriving business, he sells nhot rodn equipment to all the high school students. Mary Thcrsby is now a horticulture teacher at old M. H. 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V---David Keys, Alice Larkin, Alvin Loomis, Pat McDowell, Gladys Mcwherter, VI- VII Tom Millington, David Morrish, Wayne Morrish, Jerry Murdock. -Donna Nass, John Newcomer, Gerry Parkinson, Sidney Reed, Larry Schack, Roberta Seelye, Pat Shepard, Kathy Shook, Charles Slade. -Georgette Spencer, Shirley Stoolmaker, Sue Tackebury, Bob Walker, Winzola Wallace, Dennis Wilson, Margaret Wilson, Joann Wymer. 35 class SHOIIS 36 ""f'w""- U"-' "V '7 , QA 2 LZ? k"l , 4 45 r 1 Q Q. . f- f"""'w ' 5 -. P L' .. . ,- ' 1 V . I 5 Q . I 1 V A 3 3 'i I f 599.-,xx K :von . -- I i ' E I A.. 1 . - I 5 i ' A Nlllll - 5 U A' 7 ' -: lj M- ... rl, i T5 N2 . Aa-an-can Wil 1 Q z I -55 L 'Q . 1 . 9 3 ' Q, .- -Q J i I' I 2 f -X 1 A -Z 1 Svuunuuu -' F- .t ' 1- - 2 Q A Pi. ' T . , . ' Q Q 2-511 .55 ' . Q ,,,,,,,,,,, . b . A 43 f . 'N ,. pf U- I l I'-4-'u .1 -3 .V Y u am:-u , L MW- f .1--1- -L - - . ' Q . . 4 . , . . Xxx- N. I W .Vi I v TXTXN. .QQ 1351 X' A I ' I ,. x'X..' r,3T5'?-C nh: ' X . -. - ' ' - , . 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Judith Dinsmore, James Dowd, Judith Ealy, Linda Edenburn, Jon Friedl, Louise Gerow, Richard Gerow, John'Gifford, James Gillett, Beverly Harger. John Harrison, Judith Harrow, Beverly Herrick, Ruth Ann Hill, Patricia Hob- son, Ronald Hobson, William Hobson, Patricia Krebs, June Lambert, June Ann McDaniel. Douglas McLachlan, Mary McNeil, Melvin McNeil, Robert McNeil, Duane Miller, Delores Mountney, Doreen Mountney, Saundra Murdock, Steve Newlon, Gerald Overmyer. Leonard Overmyer, Beverly Parks, Lynn Pollard, Linda Powell, Barbara Reed, Donna Reed, Grant Sanford, Patricia Schack, Dallas Schmitzer, Carl Shook. Kathryn Slade, Gloria Smith, Alvin Stanley, James Walker, Keith Wallace, Stanley wolosuk, Margret Wood. Row VIIIAnthony Wyzynaitys 43 ia.- 'ff' f . ff , f ,ss :I .. 1, . - P - , . . , - sf f .t 'M -X 1' f. - a -, -f J y rr ae. L . s J. . -fx 7 r "Um A sv- fi I - , L-1 ' I . 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Joseph Keyes, Mary Keys, Patricia Keys, Warren Kline, Tom Lane, Lois Leach, Tim Leineke, Judy Lincoln, Joanne Luark, Carole Marston, Gerald McGrandy, Janet Morrish. Loyd Moughler, Patricia Mutchler, Gerald Myers, Carol Neiman, Carole Papi- neau, Elaine Papineau, Richard Peterson, Stanley Piechnik, JoAnne Polcik, Richard Rardin, Carol Reed, Jerry Reed, VI--Jean Renner, Richard Renner, Bernard Rocker, Elaine Seelye, Terry Sellers, VII 44 Kathryn Shook, Carolyn Short, Mervin Short, William Slade, James Smith, Sharon Stafford, Shirley Stanley. Nancy Stevens, Harold Swanson, Jack Tarrent, Geraldine Thomas, Sandra Thomas, Sally Van Camp, Sharon,Van Camp, Murray Vandefifer, Jacq. Van Nor- man, Barbara Westfall, Crystal Woodley, Mary Wright. r Y ' I :Mk i- Wi KKHUQM class shots '4K"'l2 4 , . ,. ...sq 45 ,L E V ,pl Y .M - -xv'-:ff- 1 . 31 ,Q USWN -gerwwiv W' leafy- . ' lv- ,xii T1 ing X 'MSXXR .3 4 sixth - X31 1 , ,V ,, wt, M-,,,..3 . 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M Girls' Sports Boys' Sports- Activitiesrv- History ------ W111 -------- - PropheQy---- ------ ---- 111:11 Grade----------N Sponsor... ods ll J l2AmBlGl2 staff ------------Betty Sholler ------------Rite Jennings --------------Jo Ann Hill wr --------- Judell Sharpe - ------- ---Marlene Somers --------------Deen Wesley ---------Margaret Grafton -----------Donna Davidson -'---f---Edith Harrington A- ---- Joanne Diem N--Eva Bednarski ...Mrs. Goddard 10th ------- ern -------- Sth -------- 7th-------- -------------Don Goodwin -Margaret Scanlon ------Pat Hobson Glendyl Eastwood Typists ---------------- -Julie Piechnlk - ------------------- Wanda Smith ------- ----Dale Scanlon Advert1s1ng--- ---Gloria Dunlap --------------Georgia Dubey Calendar ------------------ -JORH Harger Assistant Editor Editor Betty Rita Jennings Shgliep 5111061111 C0l1Y1CIl To beg1n.the year, the Student Council sponsored the annual Homecom- ing game and dance, The Council also presented eight assembly programs during the year, Members allotted the amount of money and selected all programs. It arranged the programs for the Christmas and honor assemblies. Speech students cooper- ated with the council in introducing speakers, Advisor Mr. Barney President ------ Dale Scanlon 1 Vice-President--Dan Shepard All Secretary ---- Jeraline Barks Treasurer ------- Dean Wesley Probably the best effort of this school year was made when members of the Student Council helped to pass the bond issue. Money was contributed to help pay for newspaper advertising: sound equipment was rentedg and baby- sitting service and a car pool were also organized. The work was organized by the exe- cutive board. Other Student Council members were Allan Davidson, Carol Wesley, Mike Morier, Pat Shepard, Margaret Scanlon Joe Keys, Pauline Davidson, nay Crandall., Linda? Hoyt, and Carol Johnson. 57 Director Mrs. Goddard Jumon pm The Junior Class Play of 1954 UMeet Corllss Archer,H was indeed a success. It was a comedy con- cerning the adventures and mlsad- ventures of a teen-age girl and her ooy friend, complicated by the un- timely arrival of her narrow-minded Aunt. The play combined situation comedy with genuine humor and human natureg and, incidentally, revesle some promising talent among the stu dents. d 1 1-ji? ry' . 1- ., x.. - - ,4 ,f,' ' s 4 W .1f2'7m1 E 1 5 K Q : I S"fi'f, I I I f , -Q.: y if l i if 1 f Q 1 - E , ' fbi . -, 4, 3 2 E Q L ' ! ' Q! ilixm gr Q Q ,l 4 Q A . f , Director Mrs. Goddard I semon pta In December the Senior Class of 'SSW presented their play Pa a Was 5 Preacher in the high school gym. It was the story '5T"a small town preacher and his family. In his family were four boys and two girls who led him a merry chase of adventure and laughs. In the cast of the play were Dean Wesley, Carol Yankee, Raymond Crane, Dale Scanlon, Don Frazier, Joanne Diem, Allan Davidson, Margaret Grafton, Marlene Somers, Betty Sholler, Barbara Danner, Jim Harrow, Julie Piechnik, Doris McWherter, and Alfred Crowe. The director of the play was Mrs. Goddard. Many thanks are also due to Donna Davidson, our prompter, and to Wanda Smith for make-up. UBIQARIAHS Librarian Mrs, Rhoads The library was further expanded this year with the addition of a work- room and storage cabinet, A new file of vocational material and a large num- ber of sports, shop, and science books were also added. The staff has continued its active participation in the SLAAM organiza- tion, in both county and state. Pat Shepard was elected vice-president of Genesee County division of SLAAM and delegates have attended all county and state meetings. Four girls and Mrs. Rhoads spent a week-end in October at the Clear Lake Camp near Battle Creek, attending the fall meeting of SLAAM. The Montrose girls had charge of the recreation both Friday and Saturday. The entire staff attended the state meeting in Mt. Pleasant in Sprll, where a number of educational and entertain- ing programs were given. Pat Shepard V. Pres SLAAM H ol! , li. h.A. The Future Homemakers observed the National F. H. A. week by having a drive for new members, by holding a courtesy day, a no-gripe day, a special help-at- home-day, and an every-member-attend-church-day. The week was culminated by a party honoring new members and officers. Between semesters they fried doughnuts and made coffee for the teachers. They have served hot lunches for the high school students and teachers several times during the year. They are looking forward to getting club pins for the first time this year. They had several parties in the homemaking room. They are planning a roller skating party with a picnic to finish the year. F. H. A. Officers P3955 A?E?2" Sponsor Mrs, Axtell in ss Af ' J- '-15 - ' La. L DJ 61 lZ.n.a. Wfsm--351' ' ' ' B . ' . The Future Nurses began their year by sending seven delegates to the state rally held at Cadillac, Michigan. Following this the entire group attended an open house and tea held at Hurley Hospital, Flint, in October. Their second field trip was in January when they visited the blind institute in Saginaw. They were greatly impressed by what a handicapped person can do if he has the will to carry it through, The year's projects included the making of stuffed toys for the children's ward at Hurley Hospital. These were delivered at Christmas time. They are raising money to buy pamphlets and some books on nursing to be placed in the school library. Other activities include a theatre party, roller skating party, and a hike and welner roast. Spcnsor 1 Mrs. Axte l F. N. A. Officers -v "TY I GODS I2 UOU The club has a two-fold purpose conservation of natural resourses and gam animals, and formation of a rifle team within the club. This latter project is still in the formative staies and may take another year to work out well 6 3 since an adequate small arms range must be made before much else can be done. The club has 15 members. We need leadership for a good, sound club, and will welcome any new members who will work. Conservation Officers Sponsor Mr Young liolzenslc team f I Coach Mrs. Goddard . I- X4 Q, X-.-X 1 45. ill S. The forensic team had an unusually successful year. It was composed of Ted Thomas and Jim Papineau, humorous readersg Joanne Diem and Harold Myers, interpretive readers, Don Frazier, extempore speaker, and John Morier, original orator. They appeared in the district forensic meet in Saginaw in March, and received two firsts--Ted Thomas and John Morier. Winning second place honors were Joanne Diem and Don Frazier. Ted and John then entered the regional, where John won first with his original oration, nAre we Selling Our Children Short ." g54i?,'q5ff ' , YN.-,If 5.0,-1 ,' r. , f" - V Senior Y-Teen Officers Sponsor Mrs. Friedl As always this group is a group devoted to the welfare of others. This is the third consecutive year that we have been in close contact with the patients of the Barrett Convalescent Home in our vicinity. Without the cooperation of our school we could not hope to accomplish our objectives. SENIOR -TEENS JUNIOR -IEE S The Junior Y-Teens organized last fall with Mrs. Shoup as their sponsor. The following officers were elected: President, Beverly Parks, Vice President, Patricia Hobson, Secretary, Patricia Keys, Treasurer, Mary Keysg Interclub Council representatives, Saundra Murdock and Joanne Polcikg Student Council, Claudia Taylor. We met every two weeks in the gym during activity period. After brief business meetings, the time was devoted to short programs or games. Junior Y-Teen Officers Sponsor Mrs. Shoup Q 66 U1 8, Sth BUYS' ClUB The Boys' Club, 7th and Sth, attempts to solve the problems of this age group and aide in the attempt to adjust boys to high school. Their activities are based on fellowship one with another. Mr. Goddard Sponsor 3 ,',. lf XNiQgif f eww, Queen Norma Crandall 1954 RO AUS HOMECOMING Court Pat Cole Marg Grafton HARVEST FESTIVAL Court Wayne Morrish Roberta Seelye Dean Wesley Janice Walker Lula Feller Queen Marlene Somers King Dan Shepard nose echo staff The news of the entire school is can Literature class, taught by Mrs, The Adams Printing Co. of Swartz our local paper for our school news. impossible to publish weekly news. handled by the juniors in their Ameri- Friedl. Creek has reserved the inside sheets of Without their help, it would have been The editor is Dan Shepardg Co-editor, Gaila Hendersong Business Manager, Tom Leinekeg Recorder, Joan Harger. Sponsor Mrs. Friedl E iff? REGCS BRASS 11? f X , ' 1 pelzcussuon s E majonettes BANG Our band is made up of forty musl- cians and three majorettes, We have had a very progressive year advanc- ing our abilities in the realm of music. The literature we have played and performed runs the gamut from classi- cal to modern music, We have been active at pep rallies, concerts, and games the past season. Five seniors are scheduled to leave us at gradua- tion. Replacing these musicians will be a difficult task. Director Mr. Gwillum Helen Leineki A Ruth Duncan BCYS' GIGS C lUB The boys' glee club is made up of fourteen voices. We have extended our efforts to three and four part male vocal music. It is the first year of vocal activity for many of our members, but we have made much progress in our lighter musical efforts. Pianist Mrs. Harrow 1 1 4 4 '. , -. 1 ' . , .-.N X ' Q 'Y , Director 1 1' : nr-. Gwillum 72 go Qmls' glee clue I The first hour girls' glee club consists of thirty-six voices. We have spent the year preparing diversified music ranging from classical compositions through lighter musical comedy selections. Our repertoire contains the names of the classical composers plus the New York and London favorites. We are losing thirteen seniors at graduation. Their abilites will be difficult to replace. I l 3 2 Director Mr. Gwillum Pianist Mrs. Harrow I 73 Pianist Mrs. Harrow Director Mr. Gwillum The Qirls' glee club which convenes the third hour is composed of twenty-eight voices. We have spent the current school year preparing some basic vocal music. Our selections are diversified and include classical and light compositions. Qll2lS' GIGS ClLlB ll 74 VARSII ClUB This year's Varsity Club opened its year's activities by making a scoreboard for the football field. The meetings held after that were in discussion of new prciects that could be done. Several things were considered, but due to lack of funds and fund raising activities we were unable to complete other projects. We did, however, supply programs for basketball games and carry out last years' pro ject of prohibiting the wearing of illegal school letters. Varsity Club Officers Sponsor Mr. Alward 75 autographs BUS DRIVERS Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr. Murdock Thorsby Honkine Blight Leslie Volz Feher autoqnaphs ag .X X V f x Ji it 1 V i " X' is 5 ,mm 1 51 5+ Q A' ' Q- A , i J.,..f"".z""1.,L ' . ' ' Jil", A W 3 . . , ,T i , ..,.., X ,Mg N is ' 4 N '- I - Y X ' : . K 1 is T ? t L X i U' ly . ' I ,J -1 7. N E L . I " ""-"- . A, if Q ' N U I vi . . - - . ' :mm f V ' ' - 4 ig- I: ' - 3 P' . . 9 N' , . 6 1 , Arcana., E 'fn ' 7 I I." E V 'GX , A -1 A I b 3 Wh- if l 4 H' Q22 :Q 'W' l I fb' ' ' " lx: L ' T' A , ' xl gg Grnunuun .uf-,-N 8 -.2 3 3-J ... 1 ' A ' . I l 1 n', H T 5 - rig f 21 3 ' ? Qs? , ' 2 1 ' Q 1 Gill. 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'Mike morier 58 'Larry Sohmitzer 51 'Dewayne Taylor Dye 'Dan Shepard Montrose 'Jim Green Atherton 61 Jim Harrow Utley 47 Jerry Clark Tom Leineke Louis Fras Eugene Saucier Joe Newlon Bill Harris Jim Unsel Robert Nasa I 2 'LETTER WINNERS Managers David Polcik Gary Andres Coach Mr. Ewlgleben se 54 :sag Sl 525 245 21 5 'H 1 -.., .W shi COUNTY MEET Dye Mandeville Otisville Linden Montrose Bentley Atherton Goodrich Utley St. Marys' svg :sv 37 27 24 9 B 4 3 2 hUl20lGl2S REGIONAL MELT marlette Dye Montrose Corunna Capac Millington 54 32 O 4 21 19 OO :1 ,Q TRACK USAID AI EASE 9iT50 olstance nunnens 83 ' VARSITY IIOOIZBAH A Ass Mr. Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose St. Charles 12 -St. Marys' O -------Linden O -------Hoover O ------Bentley 0 ----Langsburg 7 ----Otisville 6 -----Goodrich O -----Atherton 6 't. Coach Ewigleben Coach Mr. Alward LINEMEN vJim Andres NJerry Clark wJack Clolinger wA1fred Crowe wward Dowell uRichard Gross wwilliam Harris wBruce McCormick iC1arence Miller wGera1d Murdock Robert Nass +Gera1d Shook wRobert Walker wDean Wesley nFrank Rood Dan Shepard NLETTER WINNERS BACKFIELD wChar1es Duncan 4James Green NMike Morier WJohn Osterman wDeWayne Taylor wGera1d Yeaster Tom Leineke Max Chrivia E-iffvwaligs P' yu .1 'I 4 41.57 " x, ,. .nn- vfiqvu 't Liv-. fl ,AOA A... , vi ,f' 0, 'Ck X en -124 , .f , lc wi. '. , y ..-- , 9-1" V , Qiiwsi vulnWdWf W- sf' . K Y 1 . . .. .f 13" ,,A', rag., ' KB-x K ffm .gl-v' LINEMEN nh BACKFIELD RESERVE 85 FORWARDS GUARDS 4Larry Schmitzer NBruce McCormick wJack Clolinger wJim Green wDeWayne Taylor NJohn Osterman Jim Andres Gerald Shook CENTERS uChuck Eastwood NChuck Duncan KLETTER WINNERS Coach Mr. Alward Captains Charles Eastwood Jack Clolinger VARSITS Rf" ,f ii' ,V ,xxx sf 4 x.,. , f. , M. ,X Y. ,WWW .XS 'J tax. .W 5 . . ' v'x,f- 4 N ,H,4N H ' X75 L52 14 1 ' V1 n , af 1 , Reserve Coach Mr. Ewigleben Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose M6 hh M6 61 MO 57 H9 bb 57 M5 59 6h 61 55 63 --------Linden ------Bendle --------Hoover ----St. Marys' -------Bentley ------Atherton ----Otisville --------Linden ------Goodrich ------Atherton ------Goodrich -----------Dye ---Birch Run ---------Utley Swartz Creek MANAGERS RESERVE Our New skirts with a vanslty cheenleaoens -rs, ww-QQ objectives were to improve the spirit and sportsmanship of our school. uniforms were purchased. The varsity girls' and sweaters with a 6-inch block UMW on each red stripe down the sides and white sweaters girls inherited last year's varsity uniforms. MPO The varsity cheerleaders consisted of Mary Ann Feller, Mary Alice Santos, Gale Reserve cheerlead ner, Claudia Taylor, Gale Eastwood was During basketball during Barney was assisted by Mrs. Barney, as coach Jeraline B Eastwood, ers were Doris Cole, Joan Gray, and Donald Seeley. captain, and proved season, we entertained visitin extremely the half-time. RESERVE uniforms consisted of white . Boys wore black trousers with red nM'su. Reserve arks, Lula Jane Feller, and Jim Harrow. Saundra Murdock, Mary Ren- efficient. g cheerleaders at a lunch - 1 f f 'S- ' 'T I Sponsor Mr. Barney ' 1 -,,1gg Q77 F- ,ws 1 QQ- softlsall LQSQ A ,f,: ff lrL..N' mP ,,! R Y f lie X i ' s wa,'fe7f ' ,b. , ,xiw x 9 'i lf- V a' L P 'A K til M m e 1-4 P ii! ' w Q5-1ffiQf',f7 '. 2 iff' ' r f- 7.518 ,ii 5 ' ' ' L 3 ,ST INFIELDERS PITCHERS In V - 'W 5' -1 ' -T".-'1" t o :A itll' -, W , R ,, ,Q E, H '49 f. .+, '. ,. 4' ,,.-.az . " A 'm f 4 5' 'P W. 11 fe ff ' h' f ff fe-H1 i 1 vi. A +R ' V 5 1 3 L, A 1- OUTFIELDERS ' ' 'As' 'CNA er' CATCHERS INFIELDERS OUTFIELDERS Coach Manager 'il "Ti Mrs. Clark Pat Shepard QHaze1 way ngetty Butler 4?Margaret Dunlap emit! Jenni-1'1Sl -K-Marlene Somers Jackie A151141 4-LE11en Larkin 'WMHTT GOPOW Jeraline Berks 'x'L'-111 F913-SI' 4Margaret H111 Chloe Polcik PITCHERS Mary Feller Montrose 12----Mandeville 18 Edith Harrington Montrose 17 ------- Bentley 9 'n'M8I'89T'0t MHSSOY Montrose 5 ------ Gaines 15 "'f'Nitl Myer! Montrose 15-- ------ Hoover 6 Montrose Swart z Creek 18 CATCHERS 4Dorris Mcwherter Shirley Massey NLETTER WINNERS 89 BASKEIBAU Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose -----------Dye --Swartz Creek Cvaeh Captain--Dorris Mcwherter Mrs. Clark FORWARDS GUARDS wDorris Mcwherter 4Joanne Diem 4Mar1ene Somers 4Caro1 Godsave iEl1en Larkin NMary Feller Kathy Shook Irene Kline fBetty Sholler wJackie Aldred +Vernita Myers 4Joann Wymer Galle Henderson Lula Feller Roberta Seelye Mary Diem -------Hoover 17 --- I ---?E:B:gii2y 8 Managers - .---- Goodrich Jeri Parkinson Carol Newcomer --------Utley 31 38 -----Atherton 19 31 18 27 FORWARDS GUARDS ' ---1-m1f'jfj":l,,-in --"'T' 4 , if -. In I, 14 9 , L . Q ' ' """' 'N' "----...J . 3 " '9 Q' . I ' r ,x-.,,,, ' A ' '1 fl ,Y Ni Q 1' - 2, My 1 z' ' 1 F U 'l H 0 1 f I QW . V "H -1 1 ii: i 11 ""' . ,. 'HUF 5 4' ? 3 M lr - :'2i . fi, . 1 t i' F 1 1 ' ' - ---- E - . Q . ' NIH!! 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The freshmen were iniated today, 20 An assembly was held, A magician act. It was enjoyed by all. 2h We played St. Msry's in football. We won 2h-O. Keep up the good work boys! The sophomores held a dance for the freshmen. Grades 7- 12 were also invited. 27 The first meeting of the Citizens Committee was held tonight to dis- cuss plans on additional building facilities for the school. 29 The whole school had their pictures taken. Everyone looked so-o-o nice! October 1 We played Linden in football this evening and won 7-O. Hurrah! h Grades 9-12 met today to elect Homecoming Queen candidates. 6 The school had an assembly which showed various films on fire pre- vention and tornado warnings. It was very interesting. 8 Ne played Hoover this afternoon. Ne won 39-O1 Norma Crandall was chosen Homecoming Queen at the football-game and dance featured that evening. lh We played Bentley on the Davison field. Ye won 9-O. Everyone was soaked and wet! 19 The teachers held a meeting to discuss federal aid for a building fund. 2O The school sent cards, given to us, to our parents to fill out for federal aid in building additional rooms on the school. 22 We played Lainqsburg there in the evening. We won 13-7. Keep the good work up boys! 25 Teacher's Institute. No school. Hurrah! 28 The students received their pictures which were taken September 29. 29 Je played Otisville, a top competitor. We won 19-61 What a victory! 30 The Lions Club sponsored a Halloween party for all the young people of the community. A good time was had by all. November 1 Girls' basketball practice started today. 3 Grades 9-12 nominated candidates for King and Queen for the Harvest Festival. A We had an assembly today. Miss Goodspeed told of her travels in Europe. 5 The Harvest Festival was held tonight. Marlene Somers and Dan Shepard were chosen queen and king. Our football team played Otisville. We won 33-6. 12 We played Atherton and we won h9-6. we then won the HClass C Cham- pionshipu. We're very proud of the boys. The seniors received their pictures today. The juniors sponsored a dance for grades 7-12. 19 The student council sponsored a nPenny Dancen in honor of the foot- ball team. 23 No school today. General Motors is celebrating its 50 Millionth car, 25 Thanksgiving Day. 26 No school because of the holiday. December 2 We received our report cards. 3 The seniors presented a play called HPapa was a Preachern. It was enjoyed by all. M Senior play continued. 7 P. T. A. held a meetinf at 6:00 Dsm, 10 We played Linden in our first basketball rame, Ne won the reserves 36-33 and the varsity he-38. lh We played Bendle and our varsity team won nh-hd. The reserves lost 31-32. 17 We played Hoover and our Varsity team lost ho-62. The reserves won 56-23. The girls' team won their first game 30-17. 21 We played Mt. Morris St. Mary's. Our varsity team lost 60-61, but the reserves won 50-36. 22 School closed at 3:MO. Christmas vacation began. January 3 Back to school again. Compliments of THE MONTROSE STATE BANK MONTROSE, MICHIGAN Member F.D.I.C. Complete Banking Service Deposits Insurance I0,000.00 Phone 2021 Congrofulofion Class of "55" DeVOES SERVICE Compliments of . DELEHANTY PONTAIC CO., INC. PURE - OIL PRODUCE MONTROSE FLUSHING MICH. PHONE ' 2511 . Congrofulofion-s I Complumenfs f 0 LAuRA's DAIRY BAR CULLIGAN SOFT WATER Regular Meals SERVICE Short Orders E. ST. McDonald lceCream MANIATCHERRYSTi FLUSHING MICHIGAN FLUSHING MICH. Januar E P. T. A. held a meeting at 8:00 p.m. 5 The high school had group pictures taken. 7 we played Bentley and the varsity team lost 53-MO. Reserves lost 30- MT. 10 We pgayed Atherton. The varsity team lost 57-61. The reserves won 32"2 e 13 The nFootbal1 Banquetu was held tonight and it was a tremendous success! The guest speaker was Dorne Dibble, member of the Detroit Lions foot- ball team. lh The seniors held their last dance for the grades 7-12. It was called the "Senior Swirl". 17 Many students went to the Shrine Circus today. Everyone had lots of fun. 18 Exam day. 19 More exams. 21 We played Otisville in basketball. The varsity lost 70-MQ, but the re- serves won I.l.7-3I.l,. 2I4 Report card day. 28 We played Goodrich. Varsity lost S9-6h. Reserves won 55-52. 29 A play was put on by the O. E. S. in the school gym. It was called nOne Foot In Heavenn. February l P. T. A. met at 8:00 p.m. Ll We played Atherton. The varsity team lost again 145-70, but the re- serves won hh.-L40 and the girls won 211.-19. 8 we played Goodrich here. The varsity team lost M9-6I.g and the reserves won M3-35. 12 We played Dye. The varsity team lost 614.-76. The reserves lost 14.3-65. The girls lost 26-31. 18 we played Utley. The varsity lost 55-6Lp. The reserves lost Lpl-SS. The girls won Ill-18. 21 The seniors sent for their invitations for the commencement. 25 We played Swartz Creek. The varsity lost 62-61, the reserves lost 94 27-87, and the girls won 31-27. FLUSHING JEWELRY MAMONDS THE FLUSHING OBSERVER WATCHES JEWELRY - Commercial PRINITNG Publishers HLVERWARE WATCH 3. JEWELRY REPAIR phone OL 9-6341 I Flushing, Mich. Flushing Michigan Phone 4586 Congratulations Class of Congratulations Class 55 ll55lI McCOY'S DRESS SHOP LYMAN'S HARDWARE L0dieS Apparel GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCE Montrose, Michigan phone Montrose 2321 1 n 1 lg March 1 P. T. A. held e meeting at 8:00 p.m. 3 Our basketball tournament was tonight. Ne played Utley and lost. h The grade and high school had an assembly featuring the DuJans. 10 Report card day. 17 We had an assembly to present our new school song. April 2 The Junior Play was tonight. It was "Drums of Death". h District Forensic Meet held at our school. 5 Special assembly. 8 Good Friday, No school!! 17 The Rambler went to the press. Hurrah!! 21 Report card day again, Assembly for grades. 30 Junior and Senior Banquet and the Senior Prom were held this evening. May 3 P. T. A. met at 8:00 p.m.---Program in charge of the speech class. 11 High school assembly. 25 Yearbook arrived! How exciting! 27 Final examinations began. Kindergarteners graduated tonight, 29 Baccalaureate was held for the seniors, 30 Memorial Day and no school. 31 Last of the final examinations. June l Senior class night. The sixth grade graduated tonight, 2 The public was invited to Commencement night when the seniors received their diplomas. 3 School closed todayllll 95 f Congratulations Compl lmenls O 'Seniors' TIM SHOUSE COW CORNERS PHONE CLIO 2704 Congratulations Class of l'55Yf PUBLIC SERVICE TELEPHONE CO. HARRIS FOOD MARKET "lt pleases us to please you" l2006 Vienna Rd. Phone 3l7l Congratulations Class of "55" MAY THEATRE PHONE 2211 PHONE 2381 RIVER - SIDE DAUISON CHEVROLET CO MARKET AT THE BRIDGE MONTROSE New 8 Used Cars 84 Trucks QUALITY MEATS 81 GRO. PHONE 3263 CLIO Phone MU 3-5451 Congratulations Hseniorsn Compliments of HOPES JEWELRY Orange Blossom 81 Columbia Diamond Rings Formerly CLIO Walt Smith of Montrose Phone MU 3-95II 1 I ...Q l SWIHART'S FOOD MARKET Clio KENT DRY GOODS CO. GENERAL MERCHANDISE McCORMICK AND PERSONS GENERAL MERCHANDISE Dry Goods Shoes Notions Shoes Groceries Meats Frozen Foods I Phone Montrose 2491 P HON E 2201 BYERLY'S For The Best of Everything to Eat - STOP SHOP SAVE GROCERIES - MEAT SHOP AT SHEPARD S Momrose Michigan Congratulations Class of U55 Congratulations Class of Congratulations "55" Class of "55" LEACH AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE PHONE 3551 THE MONTROSE ORCHARDS FINE FRUITS IN SEASON CONFER'S GROCERY Groceries Sr Meats Fresh Fruits Sr Vegetables Custom Slaughtering 8m Processing of Meat Phone 2501 New Lothrop, Michigan Congratulations Class of ISSSP' JONES AND EDGERTON 'Your Friendly Ford Dealer' CLIO, MICH. W 1 l , BIRKMEIER HARDWARE MONTROSE, MICH. Frigidaire And Electric Appliances Hardware, Paint - Bottle Gas Sporting Goods PHONE 2571 SHANNONS GARAGE "Cleanest fuel oil in town" Montrose Congratulations Class of LAYCOCKS GAMBLE STORE Appliances 81 Hardware Home Firnishings H5511 Sporting Goods Auto Accessories STALEY'S BARBER SHOP Gift 81 Toys Ii al MONTROSE 119 N. SAGINAW ST. Phone MU 3-4011 CLIO Compliments of WALT GQQDWIN JOE'S CASH 8. CARRY GOODWINS SERVICE 8592 Seymour Road SUNOCO GAS - OIL Rental Service Dry Goods Toys MONTROSE P HON E 2521 Meats Shoes Jewelry VANCE Flowers for All Occasions Phone 2583 GROCERY 8 SERVICE STATION I REIDS' FLOWERDALE Open Daily 8:30 - 9:30 Gas 8 Oil ' Corsages - Cut Flowers Meats 8. Grocery Seymour at Wilson Rds. Landscaping Montrose Mich. M 13 Burt, Michigan 98 Compliments ALLENS JEWELRY f 0 DIAMONDS - WATCHES MooRE's GROCERY G,FTS ALL TYPES OF REPAIRING M-13s.BuRT Ros. CHO ,MCH BARKS GR . 0 8' MEA-rs Congratulations to the Class of "55" DRY GOODS GAS l OH- M a. E.GRn.L lCE CREAM - POP CORNER OF OPEN PHONE M -13 - 57 SUNDAYS 2162 Mlrvin 8. Edith BoSHell - Montrose CONGRATULATIONS CLASS SPRAGUES WELDING OF l955 General Repair CLIC STATE BANK l2268 N. Seymour Rd. Montrose D 8. R SHOE STORE Member of F.D.I.C. CLIO "Shoes for the Family" Montrose Phone 386l Phone MUrrary 3-1221 Best Wishes To The Class of ll55ll McKENZIE'S GRAVEL PIT Mr. and Mrs. John McKenzie Phone 2178 MONTROSE Compliments to Class of "55" GUNDER ans STATION Shell Gas Compliments ot STAN'S AUTO REPAIR Vienna Rd. Clio Mich. SWING BOWL RESTAURANT "Best of food at the lowest possible cost' Daily Specials Roast Turkey Sundays Phone 3701 I55 W. State Best Wishes To The Class of M5511 KREBS MUSIC STUDIO 8: STORE Accordians 8. All Musical Instruments Congratulations To The Class of '55 LANE'S SERVICE STATION Lessons Mobilgas at on 8328 W. Vienna Rcl. 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