Montrose High School - Rambler Yearbook (Montrose, MI)

 - Class of 1956

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Clolinger Football l,2,3,M Basketball l,2,3,M Baseball l,2,3,M Track 3,M Varsity Club l,2,3,M Band l,2,3,M Class Officer 2 Baseball All County 3 Basketball All County M James Andres Class Play M Baseball 2,3,M Basketball 3 Football 2,3,M Varsity Club 2,3, Eva M. Bednarski Rambler 3 News Staff 3,M F- H- A- 2,3,h Y-Teens l,2,3,M Class Play M Office M Homecoming Court Glee Club 1,2,3 Eknest Cl ark jimCbnni s Patricia Lee Cowgill Y-Teens l,2,3,M News Staff 3 Glee Club 3 Charles N. Dmcan Gale Eastwood Band 1,2,3 M Quintette M Student Council 2 Boy's Recreation 3 Rambler M Glee Club 2 Track 3,M Class Play 3,M Class Officer 3,M Cheerleader 2,3 Boys' State 3 Teen-Age Traffic Court M Thelma Jane Feher Glee Club 1,2,3,M Y-Teens 3,M Choir 2 Rambler M Class Play M Class Officer 1,2 F. H. A. 2,M F. N. A. 3 Norma I. Crandall Y-Teens l,2,3,M F' N' A' ls2s3vl-P News Staff 3 Homecoming Queen 3 Class Play M Charlotte A. Dunklee Y-Teens l,M F. H. A. 2,3,M F. N. A. 2,3,L, Glee Club l,2,3,M News Staff 3 Class Play M Judith Ann Eastwood Glee Club l,2,3,M F. H. A. 1,M F. N. A. 1,2,3 Forensic Team M Rambler l,M Class Play 3,M Y-Teens 1 News Staff 3,M Teen-Age Traffic Court M Lula Jane Feller Band l,2,3,M Glee Club l,2,3,M Y-Teens l,M Library 2,3 Basketball l,2,3,M Softball l,2,3,M Varsity Club 2,3,M Student Council M Class Play 3,M Choir 2 Harvest Festival Court 3 Cheerleading 1,2,3 News Staff 3 Quintette 3,M Co-Valedictorian Mary B. Gerow Glee Club l,2,3 F. H. A- 39h News Staff 3 Softball 2,3,h Y-Teens 3 Lois J. Gray Y-Teens l,2,3,h F. N. A. 3,u Library 3,h Basketball M Forensic Team M Class Play M Ticket Selling 3,u l Marlene J. Grim Glee Club 2,3,U F. H. A- 2 News Staff 3 Class Play H Y-Teens 3 Margaret Hill Glee Club l,2,3,h Softball 2,h Office A Y-Teens 3 F. H. A. 1,2,3,h F. N. A. l,2,3 Rambler U Class Play h , .-, 'A v. .. KR Nu' ..,,m.N,y . .S33g.i . 3. ...V , V - 'frzf 612563 . MHWX Carol J. Godsave Band l,2,3,h Basketball l,2,3 Library 3,h Glee Club 3,u Softball l Y-Teens l,2,u F. H. A. 2 F. N. A. 2 Class Play A Varsity Club A News Staff 3 Forensic Team A James W. Green Football l,2,3, Basketball l,2, Baseball l,3,u Track 2,3,h Varsity Club 2, News Staff 3 Teen-Age Traffic Court Joan S. Harger F. H. A. 2n3:u F. N. A. 2.3 Y-Teens 3 Glee Club l,2,3 Rambler 3,h News Staff 3,h Class Officer 3 Class Play 3.U Harvest Festival Court 2 D. A. R. M Teen-Age Traffic Court Rita C. Jennings Band l,2,3,u Quintette 3,h Glee Club l,2,3 Cboir 2 Y-Teens l,2,3,h Rambler 2,3,h Varsity Club 2, Softball l,2,M Basketball 2,h Class Play 3,h Forensic Team 3 Girls' State 3 Student Council 3 M 3 ,M 14 M ,M M .M 3 ,M i ,M h ,M Dale L. Keith Band 2,3,h Varsity Club 1,2 Class Play A Baseball 1,2 Football l Ellen M. Larkin Y-Teens 1,2,3,h Varsity Club 2,3,u Softball 1,2,3,h Basketball 2,3,u Glee Club 1,2,3,h News Staff 3 Rambler M Homecoming Queen 2 Choir 2 Rochelle Malone New Lothrop l Class Officer l Class Play A Deanna McAfee Mt. Morris l,2,3 Glee Club 3,h N' s .Vg 1 W 3 , L Ehgene Ki ne Tom D. Leineke Track 2,3,u Football A News Staff 3,u Rambler A Glee Club M Varsity Club 3 Teen-Age Traffic Court A Beverly A. Maitland Softball 2,h Y-Teens l,2,3,u Band 2,3.LL Glee Club l,2,3,h F. H. A. 2,3,u F. N. A. 3,14 News Staff 3 Class Officer M Class Play u Bruce McCormick Football l,2,3,h Basketball l,2,3,h Varsity Club 2,3,h Class Officer 1,2 Band 1:21311-L Glee Club 2,h Quintete 3,u Track 3 Football All County 3 Larry Munsey Flushing 1,2 3 Fbotball l,2:M Class Play M Track M Baseball M Joseph A. Newlon Student Council l Hi-Y l Band 2,3,M Glee Club 2,M Track 2,3,M Class Officer 3 Boys' Recreation Rambler M Teen-Age TmfHcCmmt M Kay Overmyer Beecher 1,2 Y-Teens 3 F. H. A. 2,M F. N. A. 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A. 2,3,M Office M Rambler 3,M Teen-Age Traffic Court M Gerald Shook Band l,2,3,M Glee Club M Football l,2,3,M Basketball 1,2,3,M Track 2,3,M Baseball l,2,3,M Class Officer 3,M Varsity Club M Class Play M Dewayne Taylor Football l,2,3,M Basketball 1,2,3 Track 3,M Varsity Club 3,M Larry Schmitzer Basketball l,2,3,M Baseball l Track 2 Football l Varsity Club 2,3,M Class Officer 1 News Staff 3 Basketball All-County M Dan Shepard Student Council 3,M News Staff 3,M Football 3 Track 2,3,M Varsity Club 3 Rambler M Basketball 2 Class Play M Teen-Age Traffic Court M Gretchen J. Shouse Y-Teens l,2,3,M Class Officer l F. N. A. M Student Council l F. H. A. 3,M Library l,2,3,M News Staff 3,M Salutatorian Irene Thomas F- H- A- 1,2,3,M Class Play M James W. Unsel Football 2,3 Track 2,3 Glee Club A Marilyn Yankee Y-Teens 1,2,3,h Glee Club 2,3 M 5 3-2. Carol L. Wesley Y-Teens 1,2,3,h Library 3,h Band 1,2,3,h Student Council 3 Harvest Festival Court M F. H. A. 3,h F. N. A. 2,3,h Basketball 1 Softball 1,2,h News Staff 3 Class Play h Teen-Age la Traffic Court class will We, the Class of 1956 of the Montrose Township High School, being of sound mind, do hereby declare this our last will and testament. Article I Faculty To Mr. McCloy, who has chaperoned so many senior trips, we leave the title of Honorary Captain of the Great Lakes. To Mr. Barney, we will new flooring in his office to replace the old one we wore out while receiving those unforgetable pink slips. To Mrs. Friedl, we leave a leash to control the Juniors. To Mrs. Rhoads, who has sponsored our class for six hectic years, we leave the assurance that there will never be another class just like us. To Mrs. Goddard, we wlll a fire-engine red convertible to go with that new red dress. To Mr. Goddard, we will a money belt for all the fines he collects in driver training. To Mr. Gwlllim, we leave the job of rebuilding the band, after all the seniors leave. To Mr. Sheets, we leave a peaceful Varsity Club. To Mr. Kohlmann, we leave a junior sized basketball player-fif it's a boy.J To Miss Poling, we will the task of setting a new Pike's Peak record in her '56 Chevie. To Mr. Pixley, we will a gavel to break the stillness after the senior chemistry students leave. To Mrs. Huber, we leave a grocery cart in which to carry her books. To Mr. Young, we will an electronic eye to keep track of his Rambler staff. To Mrs. Shoup, we leave the hope of bowling a perfect '300'. To Mrs. Axtell, we leave the hope of a home economics class who will make edible tomato aspic. To Mr. Miller, we will a megaphone and a canvas-backed chair for his next 'M.H.S.' production. To Heva Poag, we will a private P.A. system to page phone calls. To Mrs. Johnson, we will an escalator between Mr. Barney's and Mr. Gwillim's offices. Article II Students I, Jackie Aldred, will my ability to 'knock-out' street lights to Mary Ann Feller. I, Jim Andres, will my dry humor to Gerald Douglas. I, Ellen Baeckl, will my 'Swedish' accent to JoAnn Wymer. I, Eva Bednarski, will my love for 'open-aired' Model T's to Carol Donaski I, Shirley Camehl, will my ability for 'tying up' the phone to Nancy Henry. I, Norma Crandall, will my left over career Ceither nursing or marriagel to whomever is interested. C Iaggula Jane Feller, will my 'determination' to have g cgpggp g, Lind. to DgLiSe2gleGodsave, will my ability to get a boy friend taller tahn myself I Mary Gerow will my love f ftb 11 v Dew. ne Taflo 111 or so a to all boy: who detest it. I y 5' r b bilit to my'brother, Ed. v W Y H Y to get in Dutch with the teachers I. Jim Unsel, will my chemistry develment to Jerry Clark. I, Pat Cowgill, will all those 'extra pounds' to Bill Harris. I, Jack Clolinger, will my 'toothless' smile to Duane Harrow. I, Jim Connis, will my portrayal of 'Andy' to Dick Westfall. I, Ernest Clark, will my disheveled study habits to Mary Crane. I, Chuck Duncan, will my mixed-up birth certificate to Butch Beeson. I, Charlotte Dunklee, will my love for hill-billy records to Rosemary Cardinal. I, Gale Eastwood, will my glasses to anyone who will look 'through them' instead of 'over them'. I, Judy Eastwood, will my career as a 'soda jerk' to Pat Ecyleshymer. I, Thelma Feher, will my long finger nails to Bruce Caster. I, Deanna McAfee will my favorite son 'L d M H I, Bruce McCormick, will my talent forgtheo'Zhigken'rssagZrytgaiEgsTackehury I, Larry Munsey, will my interest in Flushing to Eugene Bednarski. . I, pickl Vernita Myers, will one of my boy friends to Joyce Britton ltake your I, I. I, I, Rochelle Malone, will my Nlong locksn to Carol Newcomer. Joe Newlon, will my uspace travelu comic books to the study hall teachers. John Osterman, will my perpetual grin to anyone who's Hdown in the dumpsn Chloe Polcik, will my permanent ueye shadown to Dan Diem. Vic Pyne, will my sewer cleaning equipment to Janet Adams. Judell Sharpe, will my 'starring role in the senior play to Pat Shepard. I I: Dan Shepard, will my nJohn L. Lewisu eyebrows to Deanna Harrington. I, ' I, Gretchen Shouse, will my passion for black-listing to Roberta Seelye. I, I, I. I, I, I, Jim Murdock. Gerald Shook, will my football jersey to.Doug McLachlan. Larry Schmitzer, will my left-handed drawing pencil to Larry Schack. Alfred Saucler, will my ability to grow a mustache to Bob Davidson. Irene Thomas, will my tempting recipes to Irene Kline. Lois Gray, will my sister Joan to anyone who will have her. Green, will my nfighting spiritn on the basketball court to Jerry I, Marlene Grim, will my record of magazine sales in Burt to Ronnie Shook. I, Joan Harger, will my Hpony-tailn to Lois Bechtel. I, Margaret Hill, will my headaches to the next chairman of the Christmas card sales. I, Rita Jennings, will my ability to talk faster than Mr. Pixley to Douglas Prookman. I, Eugene Kime, will some of my skating partners at Brockway to John Newcomer. I, Dale Keith, will my class ring to Alice Larkin. I, Ellen Larkin, will my ngoing steady recordn to Jean Campbell. I, Tom Leineke, will my nperennialn cost to Walter Goodwin. I, Beverly Maitland, will my HItal1an cutn to Don Rice. Article III To the To the we had. To the To the crazy. To the To the Juniors we will the impossible task of ever filling our shoes. Sophomores we leave the challenge of having more unusual plays than Freshmen we leave the task of surpassing our sports record. Underclassmen, our unfinished task of driving the high school teachers Bus Drivers, the thrill-of once more looking forward to clean busses. Custodians we leave the grief of our class graduating---the love letters they find just won't be what they used to be. To all others concerned we leave the fond C?J memories of the Class of '56. class hlS1IOl2 The high school career of the 'Class of '56' began in the fall of 1952. One of the first orders of business was to elect class officers. Bruce McCormick was elected presidentg Larry Schmitzer, vice-presidentg Gretchen Shouse, secretary: and Thelma Feher, treasurer. Mrs. Rhoads was elected class sponsor. The class went through initiation with flying colors--red lipstick and black shoe polish. Chloe Polcik, the freshmen candidate, was elected queen of the Harvest Festival in November. The second dance was held in April, 1953, and for variety the class sold fruit unch. p The year ended with the usual trip to Lake Lansing. The following year the class, as sophomores, looked forward to initiation day when they could, at last, seek revenge. But first, officers were elected. Bruce McCormick was again elected president with Jack Clolinger as vice-presidentg Jackie Aldred as secretary, and Thelma Feher again elected treasurer. Mrs. Rhoads was chosen class sponsor to guide the HClass of '56H to the end of their high school career. Initiation day was next on the agenda and on that day innumerable comic strip characters appeared on the school premises. Could they be those lowly freshmen? This was the year when the first homecoming game was sponsored by the student council. Ellen Larkin, the sophomore candidate, was elected queen. In sports, the baseball championship was won and a track team was organized. The year ended with most of the class wearing their newly-purchased class rings. FOP the year 195K-55, officers were elected as follows: Joe Newlon, president, Gale Eastwood, vice-presidentg Joan Harger, secretary, and Gerald Shook, treas- urer. Dan Shepard was vice-president of the student council, which sponsored the second homecoming game. Again a candidate, Norma Crandall, brought home the laurels to the nClass of '56H. In November, Dan Shepard reigned as king of the Harvest Festival. Among the money-making activities was the sale of popcorn during football and basketball games. The juniors sold magazine subscriptions, too, to supplement their senior trip. A new plaque was added to the schoo1's trophy case as a result of the wget-up-and-gon of these sales. The football championship was captured this year by Montrose and Chuck Duncan, Bruce McCormick, and Frank Rood were chosen all-county. In baseball, Jack Clolinger made the all-county team. Mrs. Goddard directed the mystery, nLrums of Deathn, which was presented in the spring--complete with ghosts! Second place in the forensic meet was won by Rita Jennings, which added another honor to the class in this year. A banouet to honor the seniors was the last big event of the year. The juniors used the theme UGypsy Caravanu for the occasion. 1955-56. Seniors at last! Officers were chosen for the last time in the fall of 1955. Gale Eastwood became president, Ellen Baeckl, vice-presidentg Beverly Maitland, secretaryg and Gerald Shook, treasurer. The annual sale of Christmas cards was held. who could resist that salesman- shi I goan Harger was the D. A. R. Good Citizen of the Year. A drama The People vs. Maxine Loweu, was presented. Mr. Nathan Luppino directed the play with no more than the usual amount of head-aches. The class held a well-deserved party at the Town Hall immediately following the play. Jack Clolinger, Bruce McCormick, and Larry Schmitzer were among the top ten scorers in basketball for Genesee County. First place in original orations was won by Carol Godsave in the annual for- ensic meet. n The last social event was the senior prom with the theme, WMoonl1ght and Roses . In May the class enjoyed a four-day boat trip. And then--com encement--the close of the high school career--but the opening of the door toward new horizons. class pnophecy In this age of scientific development it seems that some enterprising seniors invented a time machine. We used this instrument and here are some of the results The time machine was set for 20 years in the future so away we go. Gale Eastwood, Dan Shepard, and Tom Leineke have found that their track experience has come in mighty handy in their later years. All are still bachelors, but each suspects that the others want to stop running. with the old adage Htwo heads are better than oneu, Marlene Grim and Eugene Kime have put theirs together to try to put Burt on at least one map. Rochelle Malone now runs the Montrose Beauty Parlor. Her best customer is Frank Rood, better known as Uwavyu. Ellen Baeckl is now famous noses. Judy Eastwood and Joan Harger have be a question as to which is the best comedienne, . At least, Ellen Larkin and John Ogtepman involved in a law suit with Bob Hope concerning their formed a comedy team, but there seems to As usual, we hate to change things do. They're still going steady after 20 years. John's baghfulg Rita Jennings has made history! She dyed her hair blonde since K 0 conxincid her that HGentlemen Prefer Blondesn. ay vermyer ern t M h t H11 the nHowd? Digg? Sgzwes a shed herself as a writer. She writes the script for That crazy mixed-up kid Lois Gray decided to 1 1 vet instead. It seems she,1s more atyhome with th? fgrxpggggilgg and become 8 Deanna McAfee is now married and has 1 hild ' behind Norma Crandall who has seven. S X C ren' She is B Close second Al Saucier is still trying to get on Perry Como's show for a free shave. Attention! All lonely hearts see Judell Sharpe, Marilyn Yankee or Chloe Polcik, the new proprietors of the Montrose Lonely Hearts Club. , Dale Keith has become quite a success on TV with his Keith's Kracker Barrel Carol Godsave and Eva Bednarski have invented the first rocket to the moon . They think that there might be men up there! ' Jerry Shook, due to his experience in handling money in h1gh.SChOO1 has become the new banker in Montrose with Ernie Clark as his able assistant. Larry Schmitzer is now an All-American football player on the Montrose T1 er tackle no less! S S' Joe Newlon now 6'6n has given h 1 t b on Jake Clolingers NJumP1nS Jacksu?p p ya cs O ecome a pro basketball player Jumgaggigaildggd is now manager of the above team and even manages her own two The great scientists Dewayne Taylor, Jim Unsel, and Larry Munsey have combined their talents to invent super vitamins for the under-nourished juniors. Jim Connie, Jim Andres, and Jim Green have formed the establishment of nJim, Jim, and J1m's Gym. Our own Pat Cowgill is now a successful disc jockey on station C-R-A-Z-Y in Pontiac. The most successful record on the program is nThree Fools in a Fountainn by Charlotte Dunklee, Irene Thomas, and Mary Gerow. H111-billy, of course. Gretchen Shouse has made All-American Girl as a hurdler. She finds it very easy--she goes under them! 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Mary McNiel, Delores Mountney, Doreen Mountney, Saundra Murdock, Steve Newlon, Gerald Overmyer, Leonard Overmyer, Beverly Parks, Lynn Pollard. Powell, Barbara Reed, Patricia Schack, Carl Shook, Kathryn Slade, Stanley, Claudia Taylor, Edward Taylor, Nancy Thomas. Vroman, James Walker, Keith Wallace, Stanley wolosuk, Margaret Anthony Wyzynajtys. Linda Alvin Betty wood, Cla 1 s 375151- ii -F vm Q 5 lx H s ul J +P 3 7 Q X G 4 'D Q ? Q' A 3' f b Ni- 1 Y' H -5 I Y , r R x 5 Y 4, 8 ' N wi I 03 x xy, Q f H' . 1. jam :- sf . .vs . cX".'i',51'S'gfig"g17 , -'Vw " 4' .x Q X 15 I' 'fi X 1' QQ , 5 V 5 - 2133- -fi . SS- W. . -wr V ,I Q12 . - . P513 Q . l. 2' I HS? . ? ' W? . if' , . K i X. X qu . . Q: 1 xv JK K Q 3 YNY Q S! Q x V 2 ? X Vx Y A . QE 4 Q. wa, Y 4 - ' 5' .4 el '- ve.- S :fa V Q U, x J. . Q f QS. 1 uf' r 5 Q l ,v we ' I 1. . P n N y f Q . P SS , .. - ' , . 5. s., .V , '31 fl. 5,4 3, Q :if lf TH? 2 'P A WN?- .,,,n,'g,. v ,, if Y' 9 wx ,, A,,..,.,L,.,:' 4. 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Row III Sally Friedl, Ronald Fuller, John Germaine, Sue Harrison, Norman Hering- ton, Karen Hobson, Robert Hollister, Linda Hoyt, Carol Johnson, Carolyn Keith, Mary Keys, Patricia Keys, Warren Kline. Beverly Kraxner, Tom Lane, Lois Leach, Tim Leineke, Judy Lincoln, Joanne Luark, Carole Marston, Rosann McClain, Gerald McGrandy, Jeanette McKay, Lois McPherson, Louise McPherson, Lloyd Moughler. Janet Morrish, Patricia Muchler, Gerald Myers, Carol Nieman, Carole Papineau, Elaine Papineau, Richard Peterson, Stanley Piechnik, Joanne Polcik, Richard Rardin, Carol Reed, Jerry Reed, Bernard Rooker. Allen Runyan, Elaine Seelye, Terry Sellers, Kathryn Shook, Carolyn Short, Sharon Stafford, Shirley Stanley, Nancy Stevens, Harold Swanson, Jack Tarrant, Lawrence Taylor, Sandra Thomas, Geraldine Thomas. Row VII Sally VanCamp, Sharon VanCamp, Murray Vandefifer, Jacqueline VanNorman, Barbara Westfall, Janet wilson, Crystal Woodley, Bob Yankee, Betty Zag- rodney. 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Row VI Mary,Rice, Edwin Riggs, Edward Short, Brian Simons, Richard Slade, william Slade, Bonnie Smith, Joeline Smith, Lana Smith, Tom Tackebury, Richard Tarrant. Row VII Rodney Taylor, Veronica Thiel, Judith Vroman, James Walker, Jerry Ward, Judith Wilbur, Claudia Witt, Howard Wright. vs- -ST L.. ":' ' f x S-.. R Q' 5, '.--v Q- fy .,. 'V' F, ,, ' x A- SIXU1 .X v sim AXm.,,,,. hh 11' 'H N ,, ww as W 'P :ftp 91 " w ma MN , W, ,, M Ei3::f'53.g R, mf X fx ,-., . -A vm W?Q,w 2 -4 ..',wd , la wffqw- , ew -v ,4 saw, :' A . ,.,,,,,,, , I . Q -S Wg, "'H ,., . ,Q qi.. am-, w' ' px, ,,g :wifi 2 Q' ' 'N' ' .. 1 -,X ' Mes f--fi f 'kms .. - " -, '.-3,f.p.f- , , -, ,, 4 5-,X .N Y, 1 Apr .M x V, ,. X . rr , f - E, W, f' Q. 41 ' 'wr' f fi- S .QA N.. x .wx .-Q 1 , .wk-M.. yt -N " ' X . ,X-Q. .X A Jr I- .Q-. -. A ' gsfk ai-if bw :mam . - Aww , ..--. 1 85 ki Q' ,Q ZX- .5 X, ""'s., Q' G v if XRQXQ 'X 5 ' N.. P y............ -N l 1' Fifth Grade W 4 2 Lil U -,-Ji-ans Wvvv, 1 In , Tl- Ll aff, f t -4.-Q.. 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E. - B, S, C M C E First Grade B. S. and Grad. Work Fifth Grade Ethel M. Gunder Joan M. Johnson M. S. N. C. c. M. c.M. s. c. M- S- C' ' A' B- Slxth Grade Second Grade Beatrice C. Coke Hilde Fent N. S. C. E. M. S. N. C. M. S. N. C. First Grade C. M. C. E, Kindergarten A f Dorothy Meehling Wilma E. Latimore Ferris Institute C BM Sb C. M. C. ' ' ' d Fourth Grade Sixth Gra e Nat han Luppino muarea R. Morton B. 5, - wie. S. M. S, N. C. Kindergarten Lelah Rowe M. S. N. C. Third Grade --B. S. Sixth Grade Bessie A, Shannon C. M. C. E. Fifth Grade M. S. N. C. Third Grade Beatrice M. Phipps Flossie C- Race . K. C. - A. B. U. of M. - M. A. Fourth Grade Li:-5. Short, Elizabeth Staley - B. S. - Siena Heights B'S' U'M'C'E' Second Grade x Mary Rumbold Patricia Toft B. A.-M. S. C. B. A . - Siena Heights Life Cert. Grad. work First Grade Fifth Grade Jessie Thompson Bc so 'wo Mo Co First Grade Ruth I. V012 M. S. N. C- C. M. C. E. Grades 1-2 , A , ' 6 S f G .fr 1 4q5,xQfQ if' ' . , rqyk I , Siigg 1 .Q ' J S. MTS- KGYS M. S. N. C. M. C. B.S. Marshall College Second Grade Isabelle Wonch W. M. C. E. First Grade "w"i?' Alfred Gwillim elementan pnmclpal Student Secretary Margaret H111 Secretary Mrs. Johnson r , I 1 ff . 1' Q Y ,- .M x,' x 1 p r l is Q. N 'a- , fr 'v 2. v . if 3 x ' , Fir 'Q .Ni .V.. Q. ,R v -.1 - 4 . ,- . fix 5 , L f iw ' W If ' G' - v , , ,1 Q b E53 .P 'ze . ' . r1""'f.LE K 1' , , ' no W 5' 3 , I Q ' Ni fj1i'Qf3S:5':f. , V .-T, -.tl 'ri' ' .gwQ.. x,z' ... ,, -A, ,J . ' :. ' f t 'ii f J , . ' ' Y 'mei' 1 as 1 v.: ,- ' an S X , 1 W 14 v K ' ., C .i . Y E 5, 1 '.Lf2r?ff X -Y ' 1- , v , . iz HU, . - Q ' n 19- A lixilffh -.Ei , A - ,.- X. ,f 3 ary'-jar ' +1 , - . 75 . .. . ,Q 2,2 N. :. : nf :Q ' A -Simi. A 4-. - -45. A- - ' ,Q Q AVA:- . it i . if af, x G1 5 f , -,L ,' " 1' 1 mix ? '.. AQ f P' 4 tl Q ,x all 4 A L ivy. , - , .9 W. , Nihfslq ' , wk x QT K' MAE: xf..-X .. ,.+k'. xlibs ii .' Y! -.fJf 1.+:5 X-PSS-5 ,.42u??'A+ ' 1, H. ,x.y1 5 K ff 32 . QT- ri: 5 .i af Y f 5 if . , fg-Q35 ' fi' Qi-if.. ' S4 - ' ".-.- w '. 5 .jg v- Q - , :pig ff , qi? gil . WS 532 S ' 2 fig 'Y 35? : -qi: Ng- ' :, ,.. i ifff A j ua N212-1 V3 Q fri ' 1 - zz, .iff ' 5,-:Q 514, . - .Ll -. .:' 8 4 if' Q ' 1 1 31 N '5 . 2,3 -, 3 D Q gg 4 . x 1 I " , fi. rx., t t kg, 1 fi ,N ff-if A x- i j.,':P14gi'1 ,- .mm 4. 1- X-. 4 L 5 P5 in ,sal . J 2, V :- , , u ,Q-3 IIE IUCEYII COUDCll The 1955-56 student council members consisted of president, Dan Shepardg vice president, Jeraline Barksg secretary, Lula Jane Fellerg treasurer, Larry Schackg Rita Jennings, Joan Gray, Margaret Scanlon, Joe Keys, Bob Chase, Claudia Taylor, Glendyl Eastwood, Mary Glann, Edward Short, Steve Newlon, and Carolyn Keith. This year the following was accomplished: annual homecoming game and dance with queen and her court, assemblies were scheduled for 1956-57, and the yearly Christmas program was held. 33 I Advisor Mr. Barney Editor Rita Jennings l?-P--. 4,-QS' Qamslen staff Editor ----------------- Rita Jennings Asst. Editor ----------- Jean Campbell Bus. Mgr. -------------- Judell Sharpe Asst. Bus. Mgr. ---- Deanna Harrington Girls' Sports ----------- Ellen Larkin Boys' Sports ----------- Gale Eastwood Activities ---------- Glendyl Eastwood Upper Class Lower Class Typists ----- Editor ---- Judy Eastwood Editor ------- Joe Newlon -----------Ellen Baeckl Thelma Feher Margaret Hill Advertis1ng--- -------- Dan Shepard Ca1endar--- Assistant Editor Jean Campbell Sponsor......Mr. Young Tom Leineke ----Joan Harger N Mr. Miller The Senior play was an entirely different type of play. NThe People vs Maxine Lowe was the court trial of a woman charged with the murder of her husband. The entire play took place in the court room. It appeared that the state's attorney was about to win another victory for the people until a surprise witness appeared and the truth began to unfold. The play cast was exceptionally large this year. The majority of the senior class had a part in it. Mr. Luppino was the director and Mrs. Toft was in charge of make-up. mon pta U - , , , , 47' -1--,,--141:-3 --he Ain-it af- Ar 4- fpZe'g li A:f'A '-T -w-ar EMI Q A AY .Lkla a1WA1,,1 Q-4 'L"i -R 7" Y A A 4, A A tz,m,,,f fmfveiwfr 1 ef,4 1-nu A - A l ,, - 1 -Y - v, ,,,,, W, - W' 'W 1 -1 Q A , g - A - - - - - - - A A '- A A A ' 4' Ai' E r- ,Jie y l Jumon ple The juniors presented a completely different type of play--Drums of Death. The weird plot centered around the disappearance of Mr. Bailey, an eccentric old man, and his relatives' frantic search for him. The search takes place where weird forces and malign people threaten their very lives. Back of it all was the insistent, dull, throbbing signal of mysterious drums. The story consisted of tragedy and suspense, combined with a touch of humor that held the attention of the audience throughout the play. The director was Mrs. Helen Goddard, and the cast included Ellen Baeckl, Dewayne Taylor, Joan Harger, Lula Jane Feller, Rita Jennings, Gale hastwood, Judy Eastwood, Bruce McCormick, Chloe Polcik, and Mike Morier. The prompter was Pat Cowgill, and Carol Godsave assisted with make-up. Director Mrs . Goddard IBRARIAHS The library has grown to con- tain approximately l5OO volumes. The librarians have worked dili- gently to preserve the quality and cleanliness of the books. Mr. Vance, the library consul- tant from the University of Mich- igan, commended Mrs. Rhoads and her staff on the improvement dur- ing the past year. The library was represented at the fall workshop, which was held at Clear Lake, and at the spring state SLAAM meeting held at Flint Junior College. The staff was presented with a prize for having the most librarians in attendance. Librarian Mrs. Rhoads Pat Shepard Prea SLAAM xero 'J ,V The Future Homemakers of are, or have been, enrolled plish a local project and a fields of service which one Q' f.h.A. America Club is open to all high school girls who in homemaking. Each year the girls strive to accom- school project. In addition, they study the various may enter after receiving a college degree in home economics. The club has forty-two members this year with the following girls as officers: President, Joan Hargerg Vice-President, Zelda Harrison: Secretary, Irene Thomasg Treasurer, Gretchen Shouseg Reporter, Carol Wesleyg Parliamentarian, Ellen Baecklg Song Leader, Judith Harrow, Pianist, Beverly Maitland. F. H. A. Officers Sponsor Wrginia Sellers Reporter Mrs' Axtell r u , 1 A !e"' '05 4 fa- ee YI 4 lg!!! 4 I:-HA. 1 hi h chool girls who are interested The Future Nurses Club is open to al g s in making nursing a career. The activity period is used to acquaint the girls with different phases of nursing as well as the many careers which are open to 1 1 in nursing. The club has twenty members those who have secured their tra n ng - id t Carol Wesley' Vice-President, Lois this year. The officers are. Pres en , , Gray' Secretary, Nancy Hainesg Treasurer, Lorraine Whitneyg Parliamentarian, Gretchen Shouseg Reporter, Beverly Maitland. Sponsor Mrs. Axtell F N A Officers GODS I2 anon The club has a two-fold purpose, con- servation of natural resources and game animals. The club has 25 members. We need leadership for a good, sound club, and we vivcill welcome any new members who will wor . Conservation Officers Sponsor Mr, Young A . - 1 1' . X ' J X,tt . , , . f'lv I U 5 5 3 Q E 'V " Hi1h.' Ilonens Q tea In April the forensic team acted as host to other schools in District IIIQ Region G forensic meet. The meet was held in the high school auditorium. The team included Don Frazier and Louis Fras as extempore speakers Margaret Grafton entered with a humorous reading, nThe Cat Came Backn. Jo Ann Diem entered the interpretative reading division with her reading, Hlllusionn. Rita Jennings won second place in the interpretative division with a reading entitled, HThe Dance of the Cobrau. If-N i Q3 V ! g Coach A5 .. YH gg Mrs. Goddard A.-4 4.4 - . tif? 5 if ' 'WL . s. lx ' U ! Dr g, 62217, nfs: .2 6'-pm? to ' WY i , P ., fL.....,...5Li..,...,.,..- M..- ." ' si.- V...........' M , .. Q Q, 1x 1 K v 1 . , Q K HICR Y-IEE As usual this group was devoted to the welfare of others. Again this year the club visited the Barrett Convalescent Home at Christmas and Easter. The club had regular meetings in addition to the outside activities. Senior' Y-Teen Officers VISITORS Jumonz -tee s The Junior Y Teens organized again last fall with Mrs. Shoup as advisor. Meetings were held on Fridays during activity period. At our meetings we had short pro- grams followed by dancing or games in the gym. Pop corn was sold as a money making project. Junior Y-Teen Officers Sponsor Mrs. ShouP 1 1 lib xi --,V 1 ,. , 5 J., 1 ,ju .--Q th 8, th BG S' ClLlB The Boys' Club, 'Tth and 8th, attempts to solve the problems of this age group and aids in the attemp to adjust boys to high school. Their activities are based on fellowship with one another. Sponsor Mr. Goddard T ,gl R0 Alt Queen WW!! ' , ' NJ K o t , 5 . Z 4 5 1 i r Harvest Festival Court Carol Wesley Tom Leineke Nancy Henry Fred Ryker Delores Crandall T HARVEST FESTIVA e.,., L, Jean Campbell Court Eva Bednarski June Lambert HOMECOMING Barbara Parks L W P Q I f C I 1 I I wrgsjggggsg x xr 5 y , J. yy. f '.9. in K e Q ' Q . , 3, ,I 5 5 I I Q X Queen Doris Cole King Bill Harris 1 1 2 Q t EX, H N ii? Kp nose echo staff Members of the news staff for 1955-56 were: Editor, Jerry Murdockg Co-editor, Mary Ann Fellerg Bus. Manager, Duane Harrowg Asst. Manager, John Newcomerg Bus. Secretary, Pat Shepardg Recorder, Zelda Harrisong Grade News, Don Goodwing Reporters, Roberta Seelye, Pat Cole, Margaret Wilson, and Mary Crane. Members of last year's news staff are organized in a group known as the senior council, for the purpose of assisting the present news staff. The members include Dan Shepard, Tom Leineke, Gretchen Shouse, and Joan Hsrger. Sponsor ' Mrs. Priedl ,,'l,,,,,'l, 5.7 ri- V T 4 The Montrose High School Band has consisted of thirty nine musicians plus one majorette during the school year 1955-56. We have covered a wide range of reg- ular band literature during our yearly com ittments. we have performed for football games, pep rallies, P.T.A. concerts and our spring festival. During the school year several music- ians have prepared solo numbers with band accompaniment. We have also feat- ured trios and quartets. Our literature range extended from classical to broad- way composition, We are losing eleven seniors at grad- uation. Their abilities will be greatly missed. Dire ct or Mr . Gwillum Ruth Duncan f"" uu- WAV: n 3 Y-px s up M -m y " q- fa, ,. Q2l!Q"' 1 i A 2 ,A - ,QQ A, 'f Le M M N? , I ' 13 0 11 - A 1 X - s 1V', x gms! .3 xx it x X M 'es Li x 'SSX' A an ' Q . N - , Baum RGGOS BRASS pelzcusslon m I THEHIJDLERS " The vocal quintet is an attempt by five members of our high school to achieve a modern vocal sound. This group is concerned only with orig- inal scorings of popular or show tunes. It has been in existence for two years, and our repertoire keeps expanding. Four of the members are seniors. They will graduate in June. qumtette 1 1 4 1 2 3 ' 2 Xi - 4 53 E41 E . - i 1 Z'. 1 fi 5 2 , ' 2 fi i Q E 3 - 1 E l 6 S . - in f E-5 x' 3 V ' -1: i P 7 Boys' glee clue The second hour boys' glee club has con- sisted of twenty voices during the school year 1955-56. We have prepared a variety of vocal music with accent upon three part liter- ature. Our compositions range form Gershwin to Bach. Our most dramatic number has been the WAmerican Creed,n by Hugo Frey. Five of our members will graduate in June. We will miss their abilities. Pianist Mrs. Harrow 1- -'i'i- 1 --l. l ,,.W, Jill' 'I ,1 3 f 'L.,'J' , ' ' 1' 1.71 JI, 'I,,,'l L1 I 'li U 5 'HfZ1'it??2"q .sin ft? rf ,Q s sr-fish v n qnzls' glee clue I The first hour girls' glee club has consisted of thirty-three voices during the school year 1955-56. We have performed secular and non secular music from a varied list of composers ranging from Schubert to Vernon Duke. we have enjoyed our three part literature most, because of the challenge it presented. We are losing thirteen senior girls at graduation. Their talents will be greatly missed. t Director Piaflis Mr. Gwillum Mrs. Harrow ' - tug fit!-1 'lil 1- 1m In 1 'I i,'pAr,1eY-.771 T W1-,Jhusn-1 qmls' glee cluB ll The third hour ir1's glee club has consisted of thirty-eight voices for the school year 1955-52. The girls have studied classical and contemporary composers for our selections integrating secular and non secular music. A large number of the singers will transfer to the first hour group next year. They have enjoyed vocal work and are looking forward to the forth-coming music literature. Director pianist Mr' GW5-11'-ml Mrs. Harrow A12 It CUJB As one of its fund-raising projects for the year, the Varsity Club sponsored the 7th, Sth, and 9th grades intramural basketball games. For the first time, spectators were allowed at these games. The admission fee was ten cents and proceeds were used by the club forathletic equipment. The 9th grade games began at 7 p.m. Thursday nightsg the 7th and Sth grade games were held at 9 a.m. every Saturday Varsity Club Officers Sponsor Mr. Sheets Bus on 1 vans -IR CUSIOCIAUS M' S. Walker M'. Smith .V ,,'41r:5l." Z ,,,.gsL! . Yr: -.21 fi: 1-x '? 4 23,1 -, . ' ,,,'z5"- ., 5- X, -L ,V 51, 4,, vi g. 1 I , A ,-. x 1 :2 I , 3' T32 f -Sine , !Q.,..,.1- E, ., i, . . ,azf .-6-3 ' - li ,x . . :fy K K, I " DGRICS -:em . My I. x 11 is A Us . - 5 .- ! F' 1 . 3 , ' , ,f of lp 1 , fi 9' U2 , n 'iw 4 1 2 3 , .,. N., x , . 1 s Q ,UW Q vb? .1 ' ,U Q 1. Q viix 'vmavr . 1 x 1 -5 , 'Nl It x 'Q xxfm ' 2' x ' " f f: lb jx - Kg Q Q .8 X i ' ' x 41 , . 1 Ke 'Q ' , 4 v,.: Wx s I. 1 , 5 3 ' k s, Q v N K w ! ,qc -6' 4 , ' ov 'Y + ', If s Jw , s 'KX 1 f ,X X Q Q 1 1 . A ' N , . - . iii k , ,nf Q.. ,I N, X ' . N i vu tu X ,K w, 4 an P 5 f ' 1 , ,4 ei S. 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N - .X x N 'iw ,M .- 'I-1,.:.2 , N A 3:-5 iii' 'A ' - '. - "3-3231 Coach Mr. Alward Ol 'fgxiffl -- lnflelbelzs catchens --?'ol, 1 outflelbens pltchens 53M UQACI4 . . ,.-Sv Coach Mr. Ewiglehen DISTANCE RUNNERS hLll20lEl2S 1- - - anslty l:0G1IBAl Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose 18 -------- Linden L11 -------- Hoover 19 ------- Bentley 22 ------ Goodrich 19 ------ Atherton 18 ----------- Dye 2h --------- Utley 28--Swartz Creek 'hgtf-Q -N , Q FORWARDS B 3 3 GUARDS Managers FORWARDS JQAHH Wymer Beverly Harger wJackie Aldred Coach wVernita Myers HLu1a Jane Feller Miss Poling iioberta Seelye Joyce Britton Joyce Francisco Geri Dyer Irene Kline GUAFDS NCaro1 Godsave wE11en Larkin Lois Gray Chloe Polcik 6Hita Jennings Mary Ann Feller Linda Cummings Mary Diem Claudia Taylor Lam. -tsT.FT'T' 'FFYP WTNNFTRS 777, ..-7 .. Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose Montrose VARSITY BASKETBALL ----------Sc. Mary ------------Linden ------------Bendle ------------Hoover - ---- ---Atherton -----------Bentley ---------Lakeville ---------Birch Run ----------Goodrich ------Swartz Creek ----------Atherton ---------------Dye -------------Utley ------Swartz Creek ----------Goodrich 67 73 A9 68 57 58 L6 66 58 70 72 55 66 62 75 69 ---------- -Corunne VARSIIY RESERVE 52 51 65 58 72 A9 7h bb h7 33 59 53 67 55 67 80 ,, ,X 1 .,.. FS, R X, . T. . 'D X, fl Captain S N Jack Clolinger GIQDLW-'ax K CENTER Larry Schmit ze r 51- pa- : 1 1 A k .. I I B li Sl ! ace he 0 GUARDS Gee' Of' Q1 ck 3519 John Osterman 0 , AR It ChGGl2lGAOEl2S In September, the cheerleaders attended the Alma Con- ference at Alma College. With the basketball season, the school spirit seemed to be much brighter than ever before. During half time the visiting cheerleaders were enter- tained with a lunch. This was served in the home economics room. The varsity cheerleaders were Jeraline Barks, Doris Cole, Joan Gray, Mary Santos, and Don Seelye. Our reserve cheer- leaders were John Bednarski, Beverly Bigelow, Mary Briggs, and Jerry Davis. Mr. Barney, our sponsor, was assisted by Mrs. Barney, our coach. 'z 1 Sponsor Mr. Barney nesenve w ' S Q 1- ff 1-Z v V fa., 4 SGIITZBAU 'im PITCHERS CATCHER Im-'IELDEHS OUTFIELDERS . 9' E, 4, ' Q A T if , k P' i, , , " , 'L , Q'- , 0417 gf . 45 y i fgfliff Q .1 , -.45 si Q V 2 -1 f f ul -' E 3. , 'Ayn . ' abs 3 calenoan x 5 'F2 'Q'kY. ii September October November December January February 7-School opened--hurrah! Everyone is so excited! 9- The Seniors 12-All students 16-We played St. sponsored the first dance of the year for grades 7-12 who brought a statement from their parents attended the Saginaw Fair Charles for our first football game of the year. We lost 12-O 20-Seniors had their pictures taken. Everyone looked so nice. 21-The Seniors finished having their pictures taken. The rest of the ste student body also had their pictures taken. 22-The freshmen were initiated and the sophomores held a dance in their honor. Our first football league opponent was Lakeville. we won 13-O. Good work boys 29-Our football team played this evening on the Davison field and their opponent was Atherton. We scored another victory with 20-133 30-The Juniors sponsored a dance for grades 7-12 featuring WHarry the 3- 7- 13- lh- Hot-Rod? The seniors were really glad that the proofs came today Our football team played Utley and we lost 7-61 The freshmen spon- sored a hard-time dance for grades 7-12. It was a huge success! The seniors with new hope, sent the proofs back. No school today, teachers' meeting. We played Swartz Creek and the team led us to a victory of 31-13. The meetings extended through today also so there was no school 17-We had an assembly which was composed of two instrumental players. Everyone enjoyed it. 19-It's report card day. The student body received their pictures today We also had group pictures taken and we chose candidates for King and Queen for the Harvest Festival 20-School ended today at the end of the sixth period because of teacher' meetings 21-The new Home-coming Queen, Jean Campbell, was chosen at the football . The Queen was later game which we played Bendle and lost 13-2 formally crowned at the dance-that evening Council sponsored by the Student featured at Balenger Field their future occupation occupations offered today. The Harvest Festival was featured tonight by the P.T.A. Doris Cole was chosen Queen and Bill Harris was chosen King. 28-Grades 9-12 went to the nCareer Carnlvaln House to help the students in determininf and by becoming familiar with the various Our football team played Linden and lost. 31-It's Halloween. The Lion's club sponsored a dance and refreshments for all the young peo le of the community. l-P.T.A. was held tonight h-We had an assembly for the high school this afternoon and everyone 9-The seventh and eighth grades sponsorel a party for their grades only enjoyed it 2b-It's Thanksgiving vacation time again 5-It's report card day again 6 9 13 20 -There was a P.T.A. meeting tonight -We played Linden there -We played Bendle there lb-The seventh and eighth 16-We played Hoover here -We played St. Mary's here for our first basketball game. The ggrggty won 67-52. The Junior Varsity lost with a final score of tonight and our va 't t - 1, The Jr. Varsity won by a close margin of Zgfhx. eT:ewg2rT3'5team won 18-L won 60-25 and the Varsity lost 65-h9. The Jr. Varsity grades held a party tonight and our Varsity won 68-58. Our Jr. Varsity won 58-27. The girls team won L1-8 -We played Atherton there and the Varsity lost 72-57. The Jr. Varsity lost 65-BL. 22-Christmas vacation began 3-School reopened 6-We played Bentley there and the varsity won 58-MQ. The Jr. varsity lost S6-h2. The gir1s'team lost 30-19 12-We had a high school assembly today. 13-The seniors presented their play tonight, nThe People versus Maxine 17 18 Lowe? It was a hugh success. -Semester exams -Semester exams 20-It is the end of the first semester. We played Lakeville there and our varsity lost 7h-M6. The Jr. varsity won 55-28 23-The second Semester began and everyone received their report cards Zh-We played Birch Run here tonight. Our varsity won 58-M7 27-we played Goodrich here 1-Seventh and eighth grades held a party. 3-We played Atherton here. The varsity won 72-59. what a victory! The junior varsity won hl-29. The girls lost 36-17. 7-P. T. A. 10-we played Dye there tonight. The varsity won 55-53. The junior varsity lost 87-h8. 17-We played Utley tonight here. The varsity lost 67-66, this lost us our chance of winning the championship. 22-Seventh and eitht March April May June -Seventh and eighth grades held a party. -we played Swartz Creek. The varsity won 70-33. The junior varsity won h8-30. -There was an assembly today for the high school. -We played Goodrich there. The varsity won 75-67. The Jr. varsity lost 77-66. School party sponsored by the Juniors 6-P.T.A. 8-Report cards today 16-The sophomores sponsored a school party -There was a Forensic meet at St. Michelas today -The Juniors presented their play'June Mad? It was enjoyed by all -High school assembly today. Last d y of school before Easter. A dance sponsored by the Juniors was held tonight -Good Friday -Easter -Back to School. P.T.A. X-rays for 10-12 grades -X-rays -X-rays -School Party--Freshmen -Pat Cowgill benefit dance sponsored by the Student Council. The whole com unity was invited -Report Card day. High School assembly -Junior Banquet and the Senior Prom were held tonight -P.T.A. -The seniors start out on their trip -Semester examinations and Kindergarten graduation were held today -Baccalaureate was held for the seniors -Semester examinations. Senior class night -The sixth grade graduated today -Memorial Day. No school 31-Commencement for the seniors 1-School closes for the summer. autoonaph COMPLIMENTSOF THE MONTROSE STATE BANK Member F.D.I.C. Deposits Insurance 310,000.00 Complete Banking Service Montrose, Nlichigan Phone 2021 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1956 SCRAMLIN REXALL DRUG STORE Montrose Phone 2001 Compliments of SWIHART'S IGA FOOD LINER 'Everyday Low Prices. Compare Prices and Save Compliments of WALT GOODWIN GOODWIN'S SERVICE Sunoco Gas - Oil Rental Service Montrose Plenty of Free Parking Phone 2521 Clio FLUSHING JEWELRY Diamonds THE FLUSHING OBSERVER Watches Jewelry Sllvefwafe Commercial Printing Watch Sz Jewelry Repair Phone OL 96341 Congratulations Class of Flushin U56' g Flushing Michigan LYMAN HARDWARE General Electric Appliance Phone 2321 For The Best of Everything To Eat SHOP AT SHEPARD'S Congratulations Class of 56 GOLD' S Super Service GAS - OIL Fuel Oil Delivery Phone 2501 DU'NKLEE'S Swing Bowl Resturant Student Hot Lunches Home-made Pies - Soups Daily Specials Phone 3701 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 3569 SHANNONS GARAGE McKENZIE'S GRAVEL ppp 'Cleanest Fuel Oil in Town' Montrose Mr. Sz Mrs. John McKenzie Phone 2391 Phone 2178 HOLMES FROZEN CHU'BBY'S WALLPAPER an PAINT Feed Center 212 E. Main St. Flushing You Haven't Had a Treat Till You've Tasted Holmes Smoked Meat Phone OL 96313 Serving Montrosefor More than 21 years CONGRATULATIONS Compliments of 'SENIORS' HARRIS FOOD MARKET TIM SHO USE 'It pleases us to please you' Phone MU 69134 12006 vienna Rd. Ph. 3171 Cow Corners BARKS GRO. Sz MEATS KENT DRY GOODS CO. D G d ry OO S General Merchandise Gas - Oil Ice Cream Pop Notions Shoes Corner of M013-57 Phone Montrose 2491 Open Sundays Ph. 2162 MC CORMICK AND PERSONS General Merchandise Dry Goods Shoes Phone 2201 BY ERLY' S STOP SHOP SAVE Groceries Meat Montrose BIRKMEIR HARDWARE Montrose, Mich. Frigidaire and Electric Appliances Hardware, Paint-Bottle Gas Sporting Goods D Sz R SHOE STORE "Shoes for the family' P11039 2571 Montrose Phone 3861 RIVER-SIDE Congratulations Class of 656' MARKET Quality Meats Sz Groc. At the Bridge FRED JONES FORD SALES 'Your friendly ford dealer' Montrose Cl' M' h. 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