Morrice High School - Oriola Yearbook (Morrice, MI)

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We, the Class of 1955, there- fore dedicate our annual to- CHARLES ARTHUR GRINNELL "His life was gentle,and the elements so mixed in him, that nature might stand up and say to all the world, THIS WAS A MAN." STANDING: LEFT TO RIGHT SEATILD: LEFT TO RIGHT Betty Brown-Ir. Sr. Plays Pat Iihl-Advertising Betty Flood-Class Will Jim Munro-Class Will Alfred Smakal-Boys' Sports Derryl Numerick-Dedication Loretta Vogt-Girls' Sports Jack Rood-Editor Mary Lezovich-Assistant Editor June Witters-Snapshots Betty Benjamin-Snapshots ..8QE nw-1 1 rmcumw FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Mr. C. James Laikiotes, Mr. Eldon Jenkins, Mrs. Helen McLaughlin, Miss Dorthy Ten Brink, Mr. Jack Ferris, Principal. Znd ROW: Mr. Gerald R. Rasmussen, Superintendent, Mr. Gerald Huges, Mr. Maurice Land, Mr. Raymond Phillips, Mr. Harry R. Atkinson. Members of the Board of Education P1'0SiCl6Hf -------------------- ----------- R obert Booth SCCTGT-ary ----------------- ------ lVl rs. Adeline Helming Treasurer-- ---------------4------Clarence E. Kingsley T1'USt99 ---------- -'----------------- VN 'illiam S. Jordan T1'1lStSC -------------- --'- -------------- William Scollon HARRY R. ATKINSON Sponsor Mr. Atkinson has been teaching at Morrice since 1951. RUTH RYAN "Ruth" Class Secretary ------ 4 Library ------------- 1 Jr. Red Cross ------- -4 Band ------------ Z-3-4 Glee Club --------- 1-3 Paper Staff ---------- 4 Jr. L Sr. Plays Softball -------- ---- 1 Basketball ---------- 2 8 AUDREY CARPENTER "Audrey" Valedictorian Student Council ---- 1-Z Student Council Sec. - 1 Student Council Treas.Z Glee Club -------- 1-2 F. H. A. ---------- 1-2 Class Historian ----- 2 Girls Basketball ----- l VIRGIL HANKINSON 1 . Virg . v Class President ----- -4 Class Secretary ------ Class Treasurer ----- F. F. A. -------- 1-2- Varsity Club ---- 1-2- Varsity Club Pres. --- Baseball ----- 1-2-3- Basketball ---- 1-2-3- Football ------ 1-2-3- Jr. Play Sound Effects Sr. Play MARY LEZOVICH "Skipper" Class Secretary ---- 1-3 Library --------- 1-3 Class Reporter ------ A Band -------- ---1-Z-3 Glee Club --------- Jr. Red Cross ----- 3 J. R. C. Parlia. ------ 3 Jr. 8: Sr. Plays Paper Staff -------- 3 Ann. Staff Asst. Ed. - Student Teaching ---3 Softball ----------- 2 DALE KANE " Dale' ' Class Treasurer ----- F. F. A. ------- 1-2-3- F. F. A. Sec. -------- Library ----------- -- Sr. Play Usher Baseball ------- ---2- Pep Band--- ----- 2 1 Student Council ---- 3 JOHN ROOD "Jack" Salutatorian Class Vice-Pres. ---Z-4 F. F. A. -------- 1-Z-3 F. F. A,Treas.- ------ 3 Student Council ---- 1-3 Jr. Red Cross----1-2-3 Jr. Play Sr. Play Prompter Paper Staff ---------- 3 Annual Staff Editor ---4 Football --------- 1-3-4 Track -------------- -Z .TACK M, FERRIS Sponsor Mr. Ferris has been teaching at Mori-ice since 1952. ALFRED SMAKAL "Smake" Class President 1-Z-3 Jr. 8: Sr. Plays Paper Staff ---------- 4 Varsity Club ------- 3-4 Annual Staff--- ----4 Football ----- ---- 3 -4 Baseball -- ---l-Z-3 Basketball ------ 2-3-4 Track ----- ------ 3 gf! x.X TERRY PEASE "Terry" Varsity Club Jr. Play Baseball ---- ---- Basketball-- Football ------- ---- 3 -4 Track ----------- ---- Athlete of th e Week JAMES MUNRO "Jim" Class Historian ------ 4 Jr. Red Cross ---1-Z-3 Jr. Red Cross Reporter ------------------- -l Jr. Red Cross Vice-. Pres. ----------- - -- Jr. 8: Sr. Play Student Dir. Annual Staff --------- 4 2 Cafeteria ----- 1-Z-3-4 BETTY LOU BROWN .-Betty.. F, H, A, ----.-.--- 1-2 Library ------- --- 3-4 Glee Club --- ---1-3 Paper Staff --- --- 4 Annual Staff --- --- 4 Cafeteria ---- -- 3-4 FLORENCE DAVIS -.Flon F. 1-1. A. ---.--.-- 1-z Class Reporter Library ------ Student Council Band- ---------- --- Jr. 8: Sr. Plavs DERRYL NUMERICK "Derry1" F. F. A, -------- l-Z-3 Jr. Sz Sr. Plays Annual Staff Basketball --- -- l-Z - ---- 3-4 JAMES JORDAN .. Jim.- Student Council Vice Pres. --------- ---- Sr. Play ..'r. Play Prompter Varsity Club ------ - Basketball -------- -2 3 K K Track ------- --- BETTY BENJAMIN "Benjie" F. H. A. -------- Library ---- --- Glee Club ------ IZ 12 Band ---- ------ Jr. Red Cross--1 Student Council Jr. 81 Sr. Plays Paper Staff ----- Annual Staff - - .TEEN JORDAN "J'een" F. F. A. -------- 1-2-3 Jr. 8: Sr. Plays Varsity Club ---- 2-3- Basketball ---- 1-2-3- Football ------ 1-2-3- Baseball -- ----- Z- BETTY ANN FLOOD "Betty" Class Vice-Pres. ---- 1 Student Council ------ 3 Band ---------- l-Z-3-4 Band Vice-Pres. ----- 3 Glee Club --------- 1-3 Jr. Red Cross - I-Z-3-4 Jr. Red Cross Reporter --------------------3 Jr. Red Cross Sec. -3-4 Jr. Play Softball ------- 1-2-3-4 Basketball ----- 1-Z-3-4 Annual 81 Paper Staff-4 10 VIRGVINIA CARR ' ' Ginny' ' Class Treasurer ----- Library ------- ---- Glee Club- ------- 1- Jr. Play Softball -------- -- Basketball ------- 1- LEONA SMITH ..Lee.. F. H. A. --------- - Class Reporter ------ Library ----------- 1 CheerJeader--- l-Z-3 Glee Club ------- l-Z Softball --------- 1-Z Basketball ------- l-Z Paper Staff --------- Annual Staff ---- ---- Jr. 8: Sr. Plavs RICHARD TWOMLEY "Dick" F. F. A. ------ 1-Z-3-4 Class Secretary ------ 3 Track ---------- 1-Z-3 Ir. Play Stage Mgr. FRANK SINN "Frank" Football --------- 3-4 Baseball -------- 1-Z-3 Basketball ---- 1-Z-3-4 Sr. Play Sound Effects PATRICIA EHL upat.. D, A. R. Award ----- Student of the Week Student Council Pres Student Council ---- 3 Glee Club- ------- -- - Sr. Play Softball ------- - - - Basketball ---- --- 3 Paper Staff--- --- JUDY TOWNI-LR andy.. F. H. A. ------------ Library ------ --- Cheerleader --- ---3 Band- ------------- 1 Glee Club ------- 1-Z Jr. Sr Sr. Plays Softball ------- 1-Z-3 Basketball ----- 1-Z-3 l..ORl'1T'l'A VOGT "Loretta" F . ll. A. ------ 1-Z-3 lf, ll. A. Treas. ---Z Student Council ------ Library ---------- l- Jr. Band ----- ---- Annual Staff --- ---- Softball ----- ---- l3asketbull--- ---- T MARY IVIAAG ..Mury.. Library -- -- ------ Softball --------- l-Z-4 Basketball -------- 1- J r. Play Prompter i ll A ------- ----- HAROLD TESTER "Harold F. F. A. ----- ---1-2-3 F, F, A. Conductor ---3 Sr. Play Sound Effects DUANE IVIARKELL. "Duane" F. F. A. --------- 1-2- Varsity Club -------- Baseball -------- 1-2- Basketball -- ----- Footba1l--- --- 1- JUNE WITTERS Mop Head FHA Library ---- - Glee Club ----- - - - Paper Staff ------- - Annual Staff --------- Sr. Play Prompter ROSEIVIARIE QUIN TER "Rosie" F.H.A. ------- ----- Library ------ ------ Band -------- Glee Club --- Jr. Red Cross ----1-A ---1-z Basketball -------- Sr. Play Hand Props. ROBERT LEZOVICH . -LOPPY. . Class Vice Pres. ----- Student Council Treas. Student Council ---- -Z- Paper Staff Editor --- Varsity Club ----- 2-3- Library ----- ------ Band ----------- -- 1- Jr. 8: Sr. Plays Basketball ---- l-Z-3- Football ------ 1-Z-3- Track ---- ----- Z - JERRY MUNRO "Jerry" F. F. A. -------- 1-Z-3 Baseball -------- l-Z-4 Basketball- ------ l-Z-4 Football ---------- 1-Z Jr. Play Props. Sr. Play Stage Manager Annual Staff 5 Senior Bab Days M93 JERRY JIM Ne gwg . 'Wh Q, WN , 465. I-vi, .W RUTH we 1 , ywfw -:-:. . . . K : .,.., W l S 'il Q-,N T ,iv i s -gf an 'X JEEN JACK BETTY F. Q 521 , zz, ,W .. Q 3 'ff 5 . ,gu4i,?2- 5 QV ? I . 1 -. - . am ' H ' 5 . ,Q wx -- 2 -' 9 , ' 'L Q H. Q. - ,g l V i SL DER Ryll awed ,mg .. Y. -.wwf-1 The Class of 1955 Its trials, its tribulations, its accomplishments- As Freshmen ' - The school building did not look to be quite as big. We had arrived! Each day was the fourth of Ju-ly! To speed things up-on the evening of October 24, 1951, we journeyed to the Palomar to put ourselves on wheels and still maintain our equilibrium. . . Then the class of '54' deflated us. Our costumes and our actions were for a day dictated by the "Sophs". On January 19, 1952 we returned good for evil honoring the second year people with a dance. . Soon the year ended and we were no longer the school infants. As Sophomores -D The first order of business was to impress the class of 1956 with our importance. Therefore we proceeded to initiate the freshmen, an event which took place in October of 1952. Our election of officers for the year was as follows: President, Alfred Smakalg Vice-Presi- dent, .Tack Roodg Secretary, Virgil Hankinsong Treasurer, Virginia Carr, Class Sponsor, Miss Nancy Shannon. The social events for the year for us were: A dance January 19, 1953 fthe first one in the new Gymnasiumj and a hay ride and party at the Hankinson home. As Juniors TBy this time we began to think of matters financial, and were astounded to find out S150 in the class treasury. Our class officers were duly selected as follows: President, Alfred Smakalg Vice-President, Bob Lezovichp Secretary, Mary Lezovichg Treasurer, Virgil Hankinsong Sponsors, Mrs. Baldwin and Mr. Land. The two outstanding events of this year were the Play and the Prom. "Mother is a Freshman" was chosen to be our histrionic offering. The cast of characters was carefully selected, and under the masterful direction of Mr. Rasmussen, our Superintendent, a play was presented to our community that was outstanding. The Prom on May 8, 1954 was a gala affair. The theme was "Blue Moon" and the music was furnished by a Michigan State College organization called Blue Notes. It was an evening long to be remembered by our school. ' As Seniors -. This part of our history is written with a nostalgic tug at our hearts. The end of our happy, carefree, high school days is approaching with great rapidity. The events in our last year have appeared as if portrayed by a moving picture. The football season of 1954 had scarcely ended when the time came for our last play. "Terror at Black Oaks" was presented on the evenings of November 12 and 13. And again under the wonderful direction of Mr.. G. R. Rasmussen as entertainment of above-the-average-perfor- mance was given in our school. Our money making activities have been candy sales and a Senior Roast Beef Supper. The income from the candy booth has averaged six dollars per day and the Supper on February IZ netted S130.00. The Annual Senior Trip this year is a sojourn in Chicago of two days, followed by a three day cruise to Mackinac Island and Detroit on the S. S. North American. This event covered May 26 to May 31. The Commencement Period Schedule is as follows: Senior Trip - May 26 - May 31 Baccalaureate - June 5 Graduation - June 8 Class Motto: "Every Man ls The Architect Of His Own Future." fFaber est auisgue suae fortunael Class Flower: Yellow Rose Class Colors: Blue and White Class Will Duane Markell leaves his ability to get along with girls'to Stanley Case. Judy Towner leaves her permit to daaream and still go steady to Clare Austin. Audrey Carpenter leaves her ability to skip school to Jackie Deuel. Leona Smith leaves her "famous walk" to Marilyn Green. Dale Kane leaves his quiet manners and personality to J'an Conroy. Jack Rood leaves his book on "How to get along with teachers and students" to .Tanet Haas. Ieen Jordan leaves himself and his ambition to be an airplane pilot to Betty Neal. .Terry Munro leaves his book "How to get along with the Superintendent" to Kay McNaughton. Richard Twomley leaves his ability to type to Marjorie Coleman. .Tune Witters leaves her crazy craving for "Hillbilly music" to Clarence Scollon. Bob Lezovich leaves his "giant sized hands" to Delores Ferrigan. Pat Ehl leaves her size nine shoes and figure to Fred Mortimore. Florence Davis leaves her "Famous giggle" to Dale Williams hoping he will make use of it. Mary Lezovich leaves her happy days and dreams of that "certain serviceman" to Julia Sturgis. Betty Brown leaves her waistline to Rosalie Vogt. Betty Flood and Ruth Ryan leave their love for their Corunna friends to Al Booth and Norman Carr. Derryl Numerick leaves his night life to Bob Pease. Jim Munro leaves his collection of Marilyn Monroe pictures to Betty Grinnell. Lorretta Vogt leaves her ability to keep secretly engaged to .Terry Fouts. Betty Benjamin leaves her methods of flirting to Jeanette Fournie. Jim Jordan leaves his seat in Home and Family Living class and wise remarks to Dale Hart. Mary Maag leaves her title as the only "Woman Atlas" to LeRoy Spencer. Virginia Carr leaves her ability to learn Spanish and her careful driving habits to Dave Bristley Rose Quinter leaves her quiet manner to Janet Haas. ' Virgil Hankinson leaves a book on "How to loaf around school and get away with it" to Al Booth. Harold Tester leaves his mechanical ability and his Home and Family book to Donna Schnebelt. Frank Sinn leaves, wishing he could have a date with Donna Schnebelt. A lfred Smakal just leaves, thank goodness. W' Xiu 'M .life nf' uwwfsrrfzcwwg J -1: 1 3553 ? 133356 Ab. ,Z A ESA, .57 WE HQ gg: q,k. ESWEK . 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XX "' Q 3 -an Inari ir if FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Mrs. Howard, Peggy Howard, David becraft, Diane Grinnell, Patty lidington, Shirley Lezovich, Alice lson, Janet Bristley, Michael Johnson, Linda Freeman, Rebecca Potter. ind ROVK: Thomas Lezovich, Lois Cutting, Linda Fournier, John Wesley, Michael Frye, Ted Shrnidt, Rodrick llursh, Paul Pavlica, Sandra Galko, Robert Lienau, David Pavlica. 5rd ROW: Donald Olsen, Thomas Burmer, Roy Lewis, Clifford Thomas, Johnny Begley, Gerald Crabowski, David Edington, Krista Pearl, Robert Potter, Robert Streeter. Al-BSENT: Carolyn Schuyler, Thomas Bulmer. Sl-.CRETARY-Mrs. Kingsley LIUSTOIHIAN--lVlr. Roys BUS DRIVERS- Mr, Talbot, Mr. Sinn, Mr. Bliss, Mr. Flood, Mr. Roys, Mr. Brown. COOK5 -llflrs . Cannady Mrs. Brimley CU STODIAN--Mr. Robinson A'FHu,E1Tu cg "M-N-,. , "' M- V, . Football Team I . 'M Al FRONT ROW: Left to Right: George Flynn-manager, Ronald Wood, Dick Ehl, Steve Grinnell, Donnie Dassance, Bob Twomley, Gary Carpenter, Tom Cunningham, Milton Lowrie, Eddy Tyrrell, Sid Grinnell-manager. Znd ROW: .Teen Jordan, Virgil Hankinson, Don Wheeler, Ted Scott, Robert Pease, Bob Edington, Fred Mortimore, Dick Flynn, Charles Grinnell. 3rd ROW: Coach Gerald llughes, .lack Rood, Terry Pease, Norman Carr, Clarence Scollon, Eugene Warren, Alfred Smakal, Bob Lezovich, Larry Swihart, Frank Sinn, Allan Booth, Gary Kingsley, Asst. Coach Raymond Phillips. Football 1954 Scores of the games Letter Winners Morrice 1 Ferry F Sinn Grinnell Morrice Webberville A Srnakal Grinnell Morrice Byron E Tyrell Hankinson Morrice Bath G Warren Hingsley Morrice DeWitt D Wheeler Lezovich Morrice New Lothrop J. 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She sneers at the ','faithful" housekeeper...she'll soon be on her wayf As for her nieces-they'll soon learn who's bossf The group is startled to learn that cousin Ted, convicted murderer of the uncle, has escaped from the penitentiary. Bonnie is glad, for she has always believed in his innocence. But Ted's sister, Mildred, is terrified, for it was her testimony-that she saw Ted commit the murder that led to his conviction. ln the swift action that follows, Clarissa is murdered and Bonnie becomes sole heir. Putting aside her fear that she will be the next victim, she and Flo aid Ted in his scheme to get the truth out of his sister. lt is doubly bitter that in their moment of success, Ted and Bonnie face the pistol of the killerf But Rusty-- never far from Bonnie--is at hand this time too! lt's a fast-paced play striking a shrewd balance between chills and laughter, romance and terror. Aunt Clariia the selfish aunt was played by Pat Ehl. Willie her afflicted son, played by Virgil Hankinsong Elvira the faithful housekeeper, played by Mary Lezovichg Dave Edwards the True Crime writer, played by Jim .Tordang Ted Blakely the convicted murderer, plamby Derryl Numerickg Mildred Blakely his neurotic SQL played by Florence Davidg Kate Blakely a widowed cousin, played by Betty Benjaming Julie Blakely her spoiled imp of a dawn, played by Ruth Ryang Mr. Radford a lawyer, played by'Tl?En Iordang Bonnie Blakely a prospective heiress, played by Judy Townergm Turner her dearest friend, played by Leona Smith, Rusty Gates a convalescent actor, played by Alfred Smakalg and Hank West his friend and partner, playedgby Bob Lezovich, This Junior Play lluving your mother go to college with you Could sometimes be nice, but it could be bad, too-- espcciully when the professor on whom you have a crush turns out to be very interested in your mother. 'I'he plot unfolds rapidly, keeping the audience in continued suspense. Humor, tragedy, excite- ment combine to please the large number of people who filled the auditorium-gymnasium the two nights. The play was very much of a success. 'l'he characters in the play were: Mrs. Abigail Abbott, the widowed mother who went to Pointer College on a scholarship, played by I.4glES1'I1lthQ Susan her willful daughter played by Ruth Ryang Mrs. Miller, housemother at Pointer College played by Betty Browng Dean Gillingham, played by gn-dam Professor Michaels, who teaches zoology at Pointer playmy Jack Roodg Students at Pointer College, Sylvia played by Florence Davisg Bunny played by Betty Floodg Helen played by Betty Benjaming Carrie played by Mary Lezovichg Clara played by Judy Townerg Mar-ge played by Virginia Carrg Bobo played by Alfred Smakalg Bill playmy Bob Lezovichg Jack played by Terry Peaseg and Howglayed by Derry1Numerick. L -- 9 ,mmm-K FRONT ROW1 Left to Right: Ronald Wood, Merle Holler, Gary Kingsley, Dale Williams, James Lienau, Dale Kane, Ronnie Lezovich, Mr. Land-adviser.. Znd ROW: Donnie Uassance, Richard Twomley, Clyde Ware, Reno King, Stanley Case, Eugene Warren, Edward Tyrrell. 3rd ROW: Gerald hldington, Cecil Kesson, Ted Scott, Raymond Sawyer, Stanley Wagodzinski, Milton Lowrie, Gordon Dryer. FRONT ROW: Znd ROV, : 3rd ROW: Left to Right: Patricia Grinnell, Arlene Sawyer, Mary Jane LeValley, Kathryn Lezovich. Arthur Miller, Robert Bulmer, Gilbert lessen, Larry Munro, Dennis Carpenter Jerry Sewell, Edward Cook, Allan Dutcher. 1 b v -1--n I 41 Qi 'jxc 9 1 I t iluml HHN l.1-Hlolinyht Ihlfi.. NI 1Ul1l4ly, In-lenlm Hilbert, ml HIM' Xlr, l4,x,1uwlww1'!1-.ul 1 I1 mtv, lin 11. I-.hl. , 4nL'Iuel1.r'hexd, Jim Jordan, PM luhl, Uolorr:-, Ferrxgux, J.An.nleP mm-r, lietty Qfrlnnell, Vdllxc Vhirren, IKM lixngzwley, llomm Srwl RH Yln1'llvl'vcu, Mary Lefovxfh, Holm I,e7.ovxch,L3.1ryK1ns-ley,IJonnxe1Lss-s.nnre, le-nl Vu wcll,Il11'k W.xrr On. l.l'QT"'I' IKK5 RIGHT. Dolores Conroy, Cefxl Reason, Rulh Ann Twomley, Stanley J.xg04i.',1n5k1 Mary I,e7.ovu'h. - WZ, i? saws F' M 5' SX x sg K ., . - :fi i ffi' if '55 . q A Lli ' 'M ' 'J Q 'Q? lfliUN'l lilrw. 1.4-Il to Rnglxli lidy lNlC'N.lllj1l1lOH, Ruth Ryan, Shirley lVI.mg, lx.1y Wlllmmrw. .ind RUM' Jud' N.sn.xr. , .lanel llnlas, lH.nrl1.xr.x liolek, RnYl1'l'WOn1l0 ,Nant Servxve, led lr Y Y Y l'owPll, Beverly Main hell, Szxndarlx ll.n.xs, lzldine Wood, Clyde Lewis, Mr. C. J.ux1f-s, lnnllslole-Y-l5.nrul Illrffrlor Srd RUM' Imlorve. lfc-rr1g.an, Helly Flood, .Indy Mitchell, Dennis Carpenter, Janet Green, Verdld lurlxnggton, Av1dreySr'rxlaner, .lndy lzdnnglon, llfllxrgarei Spenrer. Mh IUDW' M.1ry .lane l,.f-V.xllf-y, ,ldrls ludmygton, Merle lloller, Helly Grinnell, lie-My llenjnmun, Roenlleo Vout, .hrquelmne lhenel, Joyce Shellxlo, PM lxxngsley. Ann ll.l.x:s, llOl1I'llC l'-enj,nm1n. 5ll1lUHN' ilerll liexson, l'.ml I.cV.nll1:y, Jameb L,1en.1u,liolnertl'e.x:we,Rondldwoosl, Dorothy l'.xvl1r.A,lVl.ary Lezovxfh. l.lal"'I' 'l'U lillllll' Nelly lienjdnnn-he.xd nmjorette, lidy lMlCN41nghton, li.ny XX1llx.ux15,5lx1rlQx' lXl.xgy, Ruth Ryan. Jnnxce llucun Knot r-hownl. MR C lAlVll"w l AlflilU'Il"i Nlhl lllilzf, I Oli K X1 IHIUMCQIRZ. :mr f 'Posmvnv Lfmyk ,.. ,ca-Q .1 Bv0nnrn , m STAT: fm: dig Q X 31 MARSMAL Q o 'Y ,I ! 'N' wr , - x ff. Q W2 Y Q 1 '!f i A air - AJ' """' Q A ' I " D . m'- I . , A 4 ' Q N - J I N. ' 2- 'i Am. Q V , H , 8 X' R ii-P Q .. 1 my .MK iq? L m. wr ' R W3 F 3-if Q si' N Lv + G' ,. I i X-S-35 'f i , q I S X .QQ x . , "di x x , X gf a . IAHPSHIVQE EF JUS MPH. ',. W A--:SEN r ' d JQ 'J 'Q-4 9 LEM, nn... ., ..-ilw, R Y' . . 562' Q J . 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LAROWE MORTICLAN DIGNIFIED FUNERAL SERVICES MEMEER NATIONAL FUNERAL DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE Z5 PERRY MICHIGAN -I COMPLIMENTS OF Jordans Manufacturing Co.,Inc MORRICE T OWER PHONE 49 COMPLIMENTS OF Don Flood's Texaco Service PHONE 17 ICE M OF Towner Hardware COMPLIMENTS CF ' Morrice Grain 81 Bean Co. I GRAIN-BEANS'SEEDS'COAL - CONGRATULATIONS Yoder Construction Co. Perry Lumber 81 Coal Co. FARM GATES-FENCE POSTS-DRAIN TILE BUILDERS' HARDWARE -BRICK'ROOFING MILLWORK-COMPLETE LINE OF MARTIN SENOUR PAINT PHONE 14 PERRY MICHIGAN I COMPLIMENTS OF Robbins Furniture Co. FURNITURE - CARPETS OW OSSO MICHIGAN BEST LUCK-SENIORS Steck the Jeweler GRUEN WATCHES - KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS OWOSSO MICHIGAN COMPLIMENTS OF Cain Pontiac Sales OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT - GMC TRUCKS DELCO BATTERIES - TEXACO GASOLINE PHONE 68FZ PERRY MICHIGAN COMPLIMENTS TO CLASS OF 1955 Sam Cornell WELL DRILLING PHONE 56F5 MORRICE MICHIGAN Borden's James W . Loomis Distributor 2430 Miller Road-Perry, Michigan Phone 139F11 W. E. Davls Meats -Dry Goods -Frozen Foods -Groceries Q Morrice Michigan Compliments Of Economy Gas 84 0uI Phone 38 Perry Michigan Perry Gas 81 Oil Mobil Products-Tires-Tank Wagon Service Phone 205 Perry Mifliigan Compliments Clf Kelley's Variety Store Perry 8: Fowlerville 1 Castle 38612 Fowlerville Phone Phone Perry 110-F-3 Eno Brothers Well Drilling 81 Repair Plumbing 8: Supplies Pumps, New 8: Used Phone 59 or l0F3l - Morrice, Michigan e Oakes Funeral Home . I .N 1 . ,-152311 51' .-:- , 9, w'Jng.,.- '-'f . J- II. .:. , riflffbr ,, ...va l . .llrffilli -' . - Q' l'l:'5j:kr'4w yr 14. l l 5 U 45, Eli 1 U an H , I , ., , Ambulance Service Phone 5 -F -Z Perry - Michigan R. P. Flynn Implement Co. 39' mm' Simplicity Gard en Tractors full? ilif l I so "'l5x1 Phone 5-F -Z Morrice, Michigan Congratulations Of The 1955 Morrice Class Perry Dry Cleaners We Operate Our Own Cleaning Plant John J. Mahoney, Proprietor Phone 16 - Perry, Michigan Compliments Of Rann's Rexall Drug Store Phone 16 - Perry, Michigan Compliments Of Carol Pritch Men' s W ea r Perry Michigan Harry C. Riley Insurance-Bonds-Fire-Auto Phone Z1 - Morrice, Michigan Compliments Of Fred Sinn 81 Son New Homes, Remodeling Custom Built Cabinets Of All Kinds Kitchens -Especially Morrice Poultry 84 Egg We Buy Poultry 8: Eggs Wholesale Sz Retail Custom Dressing Phone 2.6 - Morrice, Michigan Shattuck Music House Everything In Musical Instruments And Accessories OW os s o Michigan Ford Sales 84 Service Distributor Sinclair Products Phone 210 Perry Michigan Compliments Of Teddy Bear Tavern Bancroft Michigan Bancroft Bancroft lumber and Coal Company Dupont Paints, Small Bench Tools Flush Doors, Lumber, Coal Phone 3 Michigan Perry Service Electric Plumbing And Heating Appliance - Hotpoint - Service Phone Morrice 47F4 Michigan Perry Compliments Of ReynoId's Grocery Perry Quality Food store Phone 40 Michigan Stewart Arthur Dairy Farm Equipment-Phone 63 Morrice Michigan Compliments Of Transport Inn Homemade Pies 8: Good Coffee Proprietor C. M. Clay Phone 41 - Morrice, Michigan Compliments Of TaIbot's Groceries Phone 4-FZ - Perry, Michigan Mrs. Williams Fresh Donuts Hamburgs 8: Coffee Perry Michigan Congratulations -Seniors George E. Grant, Representative Equitable Life Assurance Society Of U. S. Savings Plans And Life Insurance Hathaway's Groceries-Meats-Ice Cream-Dry Goods Phone 39 Morrice Michigan Compliments Of Morrice State Bank Morrice Michigan Compliments Of EhI's Groceries Morrice Michigan C omplirnents Of Perry Elevator Phone 15, Perry, Michigan Compliments To Class Of 1955 Ruby's Cafe M-47 At M-78 Home Cooking Perry Michigan Congratulations Morrice Graduating Class Of '55 P. T. Aldrich Stores Perry Michigan To Graduates Of 1955 tllery D. Gulick Livestock 8: General Trucking Bancroft Michigan Perry Perry Clothiers Ladies', Gents' 81 Chi1dren's Furnishings B. F. Goodrich Rubber Footwear Endicott .Tohnson Shoes K. G. Polhemus Michigan Mori-ice Compliments Of The Town Tavern Michigan Compliments Of C. F. McDivitt, Accountant Phone 56 F 12 - Morrice, Michigan love's Funeral Home Ambulance Service Phone Melrose 45222 - Bancroft, Michigan COMPLIMENTS OF VAN CLARK DAIRY BY R ON, MICHIGAN C ONGRATULATIONS SENIORS WE GRADUATED IN 1923 WE WISH TO THANK EVERYONE WHO HELPED MAKE THIS ANNUAL POSSIBLE. - CLASS OF '55 - 4--.1 'X , S , is 1- , '-+5 " , 1' X.:L:',,1 1 , riff Q yi ggi, . v 4 f ,-' i A rgasgg, .5 J,'W"', , - . 145. .1 ,


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