Morley Stanwood High School - Mohawk Yearbook (Morley, MI)

 - Class of 1957

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Q7 1 ', Q-3-fn J-1 ,,,, Y i -Q...,.-- --Q .- , l,.. ,. .. , 'iii Q, ,. ef" f I, ,g-s g x-.... 1, ,I -il Y. , - - 4 44 -V , , -gf,-:W -i , -.f-v ' .-as 14 gs,,gw..1 iff-, ,----if " 1- . - f :am Q, AA 15455, - - ig.,. ?H-i-1.0 Q 3- Y, ,-.L-f1?"S- rv .9- ' ' -Q-1----,F :VL A "' A-" -9- .,T-L: -5 , n "f 1"21 DEDICATIQN t 7a ' We pause to pay tribute to our friend, teacher and former super- intendent, Francis F. Nunn. He spent his entire profession al career here at Morley, from 1950 to 1956, and in that time rose from classroom teacher to superintendent of the system. This advancement was indicative of his devotion to his profession and the high esteem in which he was held by his fellow workers. The school and community la- ment the death of Mr. Nunn at the beginning of such a promising ca- reer. 64-tl-I-xl-4wld-6-G-1'J-G-G-1-G'!'1-4wlf4'l-tl'K--!-I-4-K-G-xl-df!-I-xl we, the Senior Class WFP mu-Mw-r-r-0-mv-in-xrwrn-P-me-n-r-vU'D-Yrl'-1'-P'NW" -G-4-G-G-6-G-G-6-64-G-6-4.6-G-G-4f64bG-G-G-dw!'S-G-3-L!-G-1-Chin! 1, -.223 "'f-.cm lv. 1-1., . 0 evdcaf Ll,,lllIl-I of 1957, dedicate thig edi- vvmwvml tion of the "MoHAvnv' to q'1'm,h,u Mrs. Cynthia Foote and Mr. me -:mm I 4-1 .Iv 1. I., -x., .I I -J., v.,,LJ I . -J., 3 Harold Dunn ln sincere app- wwqv reciatlon for their kindness and help during the past four years of High School. We feel that their quidance, high ideal, friendliness and untlrlng efforts on our behalf have made them worthy of this dedication. 'Wm' P "HL I!! H H:W '1,,9, HI, fx W ' ff, un IHI p M nf: fl!lt,1"s- .1 5 1 Mil' A, " ' 1 In ADMINISTR ATION Jdclminialrafion Superintendent 5 Secretary : Principal : MP- Beardslee Pat Frisbie nr. simmons '?D0'c'60 Q' .CO 60 'SQ 'Sw Q99 095 MW' do S Qu 90950 QQ' 6" -Qs 3,3 So 05 Q0 'B wg" Q2- ?f"" .,,cQ' 661,91 Q- ix. 4'- 'v-O6 we Q4 Qs 42' . Q Q - Q svw 0 045' Q 50" N, 040' is Q95 -co Bm Plo 633 'V .xoqb M" Q04 00 3 W 0965, Xu, Qociooty C00 MQ' 60 +49 .W , FACULTY gh uw 65 Ilu 21 3 Mr. Beardslee Mrs. Foote Mrs. Miller Mr, Green MP - 311111110118 Mr . Strasel mf . if f M r 1. ft' or Mrs. Turner Mr. Troupe NI' , Dunn Mrs . Parker 2512? ,f"fa'ie??1 ' Aliagafgggfwaf .i W 'X 'gi' EEL f f - 7? , ' F .1 In :UQ 2 If fi k"'i I f , -. Hx Mr. Supplee Mrs . Ward SENIORS l , M f Q ,fm K N 1 ff? ' 5 . 40 f 'E A W 4 sw-ww K z- M Q: 1214 ' , .b . 1' fi if-ws ? ia fl , , :wh A . A is Q , gtg , A! A e il' Forrest Hall Lowell Yanke w1n1fred Clark, Richard Need F.F.A. 9 10 11 12 Play Play Student Council 12 Mohawk Club 11 12 Library 10 Class Officers 9 11 12 Fillbuster 12 Track JO Year Book 12 Vice-President Baseball 9 11 12 Basketball 10 11 12 Class Officer 12 F.F.A. 9 10 11 12 Student Council 12 Student Court 12 Mohawk Club 12 Filibuster 12 Track 10 11 12 Play Prompter 11 12 ecretary Band 9 Glee Club 9 Library 10 F.H.A. 9 Student Council 10 Senior Play Class Officers 10 12 Treasurer Student Court 12 Fillbuster 12 Mens Glee Club 12 Year Book 12 F.F.A. 9 10 Class Officers 12 Announcer of Play 11 12 Junior Play Glee Club 9 10 11 Library 10 11 12 Baseball 9 10 11 12 F.H.A. 9 10 11 12 J F.F.A. 9 10 11 12 Year Book 12 Track 10 11 12 F1, Student Court 11 Fllibuster 12 Fllibuster 12 Marilyn Howe Dale BOGPIDR Mens Glee Club 12 Library 12 Play Prompter 11 12 Terry Richardson Lennie Beemer Senior Play Baseball 9 10 11 12 Nancy Smith Basketball 9 10 11 12 F H A 9 10 Class Offi - - - F.F.A. 9 18ei1912 Finbuster, 12 Jerry Dickerson Mohawk Club 12 Year BOOK 12 Baseball 9 10 11 Flllbuster 12 Senior Play Basketball 9 10 12 Track 10 11 12 Band 9 Fillbuster 12 Junior Play Senior Play Glee Club 11 12 Band 9 10 11 12 Drama Club 12 Year Book 12 F.H.A. 9 11 12 Fillbuster 12 Janice Arndt 0,55 , F.F.A. 9 10 11 12 Mohawk Club 12 Filibuster 12 Track 10 Play Prompter 12 Baseball 9 10 11 12 Basketball 9 10 11 12 Richard Wltmer 5,fE54 ':agf.5feZ?Q3z52S:, '- V 2- Q. 1:2 .,,l 1 . . . Glee Club 9 10 11 12 Band 10 F.H.A. 11 Filibuster 12 Shirley Staffen Joan Brooks F.H.A. 10 11 12 Senior Play Junior Play Filibuster 12 Student Council 12 Student Court 12 Glee Club 10 11 12 Library 10 11 12 Year Book 12 Class Officer 11 .dlgilliisg jll . 'mirwx Donald Gilbert Baseball 9 10 11 12 Basketball 9 10 11 12 Filibuster 12 Year Book 12 Sally Aymor Senior Play F.H.A. 9 Fillbuster 12 Play Prompter 12 Basketball 9 10 Yearbook 12 F.F.A. 9 10 Filbuster 12 Play 11 12 Band 9 10 11 12 Glee Club 9 10 Glee Club 10 12 F.H.A. 9 Filibuster 12 Shirley Dunlap Glee Club 9 10 12 Year Book 1? Patricia Croff Sandra Schoonmaker Senior Play Junior Play Basketball 9 10 12 Larry Sbaffen Mf Y , i Darell louck Glee Club 9 10 11 12 Year Book 12 Band 9 11 12 Mohawk Club 11 B b Class Officer 10 gllibuster 12 ar ara Juerlnk Student Council 11 12 Pack 10 11 student court 11 Junior Play glgepclub 9 10 12 Softball 9 10 Baseball 9 10 11 12 ' '1' 9 Cheerleader 10 BaSk6tba11 9 10 11 12 Year Book 12 Junior Play Senior Play Baseball 9 10 11 12 Basketball 9 10 11 12 Class Officer 11 F.F.A. 9 10 11 12 Student Council 11 12 Mohawk Club 12 Track 10 11 12 Carl Staffen W 44 F.H.A. 9 10 Filibuster 12 Year Book 12 Cheerleader 10 11 Library 11 Class Officer 11 Joan Ford SL, oix C Anna Witmer Junior Play Basketball 9 10 11 12 Library 11 12 Softball 9 10 11 Year Book 12 F.H.A. 9 10 11 12 Mohawk Club 11 12 Filibuster 12 Year Book 12 Senior Play Mens Glee Club 12 Gary Brooks 6 Class History It seems like only yesterday the class of '57W started out in the primitive stone age of 53 - 54 with 50 cave men and women assigned to the long journey to nC1vil1zat1on'. Their first step to civilized ways was to choose their leaders. Duane Carr was chosen First Commander and Dale Boerma Second Commander. Lennie Beemer carved the stones leaving a record of travel and Forrest Hall stood guard on the treasure chest. Our Chelf Scout was Mr. McHaney, who later chose a different route and was replaced by Mr. Dunn. The cave people in this first march to civ- ilization were as follows, Lawrence Anderson, Joe Aquine, Fillaminia Anaya, Janice Arndt, Sally Aymor, Floyd Benson, Lawrence Benson, Nelda Benson, Hazel Bishoff, Betty Boone, Gary Brooks, Larry Burden,Patty Croff, Wlnlfred Clark, Jerry Dickerson, Shirley Dunlap, Richard Dysard, Joan Ford, Carol Furness, Donald Gilbert, Phyllis Helms, Hazel Howe, Larry Hendricks, Marilyn Howe, Floyd Kamphouse, Darell Louck, James Male, Leslie Male, Pat Miles, Charlene Platz, Corlyn Reynolds, Allen Reichert, Terry Richardson, Ruth Scharaswak, Sandra Schoonmaker, Carl Staffen, Dorothy Staffen, Larry Staffen, Shirley Staffen, Joann Toliver, Richard weed, Anna Wltmer, Richard witmer, Yvonne Woutila, Lowell Yanks, and Alan York. Barbara Juerlnk joined our ranks during the first advance. The treasure chest was loosing its value so we stopped to have bake sales and a roller skating party. As we advanced in our civilized ways into the millennia 5M -55, we chose Sandra Schoonmaker as First Commander and Duane Carr Second Commander. Winlfred Clark took over the carvings, while Nelda Benson pulled duty on our treasure chest. Joan Brooks, and Donald Sabaitls joined our advance here and the following had chose other routes, Joe Aqulne, Fillamina Anaya, Hazel Blshoff, Betty Boone, Larry Burden. Phyllis Helms, Larry Hendricks, Hazel Howe, Floyd Kamphouse, Allen Recichert, Corlyn Reynolds, Ruth Scharaswak, Dorothy Staffen, Joann Toliver, Yvonne Woutlla, and Barbara Juerlnk who later rejoined our ranks, making our number, for the second advance, 38. Mr. Dunn again, continued to pull scout duty. Once more our treasurery was getting low so we stopped to hold bake sales at McNulty's trading post. As we continued our advance to civilization in the millenia 55- 56 we chose Forrest Hall First Commander and Carl Steffen as Second Commander. The carving of travel records was continued by Jean Brooks while Joan Ford took care of the treasure chest. Mr. Dunn contlnued his scout duties with wisdom and Mrs. Parker joined our ranks as assistant scout. Somewhere along the previous march the following people chose other ways, Lawrence Anderson, Floyd Benson, Lawrence Benson, Nelda Benson, Patty Croff, Dick Dysard, James Male Leslie Male, Pat Miles, Charlene Platz, Donald Sabaitis, and Alan York. Nancy Smith Joined our ranks during the year to make our number 27. Again we stopped to hold ice cream soclals, a scrap iron drive, the Junior Play and the Junior-Senior Prom, to laeve our treasure chest standing with sufficient funds to continue our l ast lap of the long march. In the millennia 56 - 57, to start the last lap , we Gh0Se BS First Commander, Forrest Hall again, and as Second Commander, Lowell Yanke. Winifred Clark was returned to the duty of carving the travel record and Richard Weed was chosen to watch the treasure chest. We picked as our tribe colors, Charcoal Grey and Pink, Our tribe flower, a Pink Carnation, and our tribe motto, 'You are becoming what you are to becomen. Looking forward to the day we would become civilized, we paused to order our announcements of the coming great day. The KGSDGT of the chest told us the treasury was getting low so we made plans to replenish it with a play entitled 'Bandits for Breakfastn. The cast of the play included Sally Aymor, Dale Boerma, Gary Brooks, Joan Brooks, Janice Arndt, Lennie Beemer, Forrest Hall, Sandra Schoonmaker, Nancy Smith, Winlfred Clark, Carl Staffen, and Larry Staffen, Patty Croff, Dick Witmer, and Lowell Yanke acted as promntepg and Mrs. Turner as director. Other treasury filling activities planned included, magazine sales, paper collection drive and sale, candy sales, charm bracelet and Christmas Card sales. ilization we chose Carl Staffen llsh a book which we will entitle Carr and Carol Furness left ou Batty Croff rejoined our advance Vance 26. To help us celebrate chose Carl Staffen, Janice Arndt, To record the history of our advance to civ- and Dick Weed to plan, edit and nub- W57 MOHAWKW. These members, Duane ranks to go by other routes, while to make our number for the final ad- having reached a civilizee state we Dale Boerma, Joan Brooks, and Sandra Schoonmaker to plan and organize a trip to other civilizations. CHABCOAL GREY 5 PINK PINK CARNATION Class Colors Class Flower "YOU ARE BECOMING WHAT YOU ARE TO BECOME". Class Prophecy Janice A.g married to a career. Sally A.g babysitting for President Eisenhower. Lennie B.g Supporting harem dancers in Arabia. Dale B.g used car dealer in Reno. Gary B.g designing space ships for midgets. Joan B.g dlsecting clock to see what makes them tick. Wlnlfred C.g frying eggs in the Brown Derby Pat C.g bringing in a cup from her latest horse race. Jerry D.g President of the hobo society of America. Shirley D.g knitting jackets for fleas. Joan F.: modeling in Alaska. Donald G.g the Marcus Haines of 1965. Forrest H.3 training Archie Moore to box. Marilyn H.g running a home for aged ants. Barbara J.3 going ga-ga over Elvis Presley. Darell L.g a big game hunter in the Yukon. Terry R.g driving racing cars at Indianapolis speedway. Sandra S.g having no one to talk to. Nancy S.g with nothing to say. Carl 5.3 playing left end at Michigan State. Larry S.g farming 2,000 acres in Central Michigan. Shirley 5.3 teaching rumba in the Arthur Murray Studios. Richard W.: driving a motorcycle and singing rock-n-roll. Anna W.g the woman's world champion discus thrower. Dick W.: trying out for Chicago White Socks. Lowell Y.g star first baseman for New York Yanke. Janice A.g wills her sense of humor to anyone with a temper. Sally A.g wills her silence to Don Mc. Lennie B.g wills his stubborness to Ruth Ann B. Dale B.g wills his car to anyone with a good motor to put in it. Gary B.g wills all his rock-n-roll records to Mr. Supplee. Joan B.3 wills all her girl friends to her brother Tom. Winifred C.g wills her intelligence to Ken J. Pat C.g wills her ability to ice skate or roller skate to Sandra R. Jerry D.g wills all his car troubles to Fred C. Shirley D.g wills her artistic talent to Ken J. Joan F.g wills her slim figure to Connie C. and Beverly R. Donald G.g wills his brush cut to Gary H. Forrest H.g wills his sincereness to Larry P. Marilyn H.g wills her long hair to Susan F. Barbara J.g wills her ability to drive a car to Cliff B. Darell L.g wills his curly hair to Ernest B. Terry B.g wills his curly hair to Mr. Simmons. Sandra S.g wills her ability to hit things with a car to Doug S. Nancy S.g wills all her good study habits to any junior. Carl S.3 wills his ablilty to stick with one girl to any junior. Larry S.3 wills his side burns to Gary H. Shirley S.g wills her ability in Jounalism to any future senior. Richard W.g wills his Elvis Presley album to Norma S. Anna W.g wills her boy friends to Mildred C. Dick w.g wills his bald spots to Duane S. Lowell Y.g wills his bashfulness to Manyard W. J UN IURS SOPHOMORES President Nancy Waldo Vice President David Tagg Secratary Alice Lamberson Treasurer Mildred Wolfe Advisers Mrs. Parker and Mr. Greene President Stanley Carey Vice President Nyle Staffen Secratary Bonnie Paris Treasurer Joann Pike Advisers Mr. Troupe and Mr. Supplee FRESHMN 4 Presldent - Sandra Sams Vice President - B111 Riggs Secretary - Pat Russell Treasurer - Raymond Stelnke Adviser - Mrs. Ward President - Dennis McHugh Vice President - Dinah Doyle Secretary - Susan Foote Treasurer - Henry Wayer Adviser - Mr. Strasel ELEMENTARY i h 3 1 X f h n.:ocCbU2 LQ-' 3'1l Mm.:f:sv5tw25m 1 0 G i I f I 11? 1 n AC TIVI TIE S Cheif Justice Lowell Yanke Clerk Joan Brooks Adviser Mr. Beardslee President Fred Carey Vice President Lowell Yanke Sec-Treasurer Judy Brundage Advisers Mr. Beardslee and Mr. Simmons -"-7,lgw.:e1Wlj:.m-A x Y A 1 five: 1 M- 111 ...rw -'f ' 32 9:5 3 Wow fx my President - Joan Riggs Vice President - Judy Holcomb Secretary - Sharon Weed Treasurer - Ruth Bush Adviser - Mrs. Parker President - Forrest Hall Vice President - Fred Carey Secretary - Lowell Yanke Treasurer - GBP! Hutson AGVISGP - Mr. Dunn President Richard Witmer Vice President Forrest Hall Sec-Treasurer Don McGrath Advisers Mrs. Ward and Mr. Troupe President Don McGrath r Vice President Mildred Chipman Secartary Alice Lamberson Treasurer Dick Gilbert Adviser Mrs. Brundage President - Larry Staffen Vice President - Janice Arndt Secretary - Sandra Schoonmaker Treasurer - Nancy Waldo Adviser - Mr. Supplee President - Nancy Waldo Vice President - Janice Arndt Sec-Treasurer - Joan Brooks Adviser - Mr. Supplee K ,E ,.,. .i,..,.i ,, President Richard Gilbert Vice President Duane Stevens Sec-Treasurer Gary Brooks Adviser Nr. Supplee President Joan Brooks Vice President Joan Pike Secratary David Tagg Treasurer Ruth Ann Bush Advisers Mrs. Foote and Mrs. Hanford G cb C5 as SPURTS 3 Captain Richard Witmer Coach Mr. Troupe Captains Richard Wltmer and Darell Louck u Coach Mr. Troupe Rotating Captains Coach Mr. TPOUDS Captain Henry Wayer nnach Mr. Troupe Captains Marcia Ir-win and Joyce Jack Coach Mrs. Ward Back row: Carolyn Wilber, Patty Tronsen, and Jean Sohoonmaker. Middle row: Susan Paris, Joyoe Jack, Bonnie Paris, and Judy Brundage. Front row: Judy Schoonmaker, Dinah Doyle, and Linda woolworth. , L W X ADVERTISERS 'ml' CovcPLlr'u-:Mrs of KVESOTI POLLHVY Ecibglpmen-f Cprnpamj Makers 015 -Fme .fgeders Morley, Mlchngan X ? 5. SUNDRIES DRUGS Brook s' Phormocy PRESCRIPTIONS VETERINARY NEEDS Morley, Michigan Phone UL6-7763 Klnne-YS lvlarkei Your sfore 'For Soocl 'Foods y, Michigan Phone UL6-7738 n manly MOM COMPLMENTSOF 4 f"':,,i'zigi,. 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