Mount Clemens High School - Yearbook (Mount Clemens, MI)

 - Class of 1958

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YQ QR x 1' XXL 4 'J f X. wY 5,fff0 Q, . 5fZLgJ,s,'5-,fx ,P - .f' LA. . JE Q -rf. gi in-fiibi, Q 1:2 1 O Q Q ' 43 F- Q 0 CLEMEWS' 2 Published by The Student Body of Mount Clemens High School 3 .Many Qafiers . . . . . . will long remember the Battling Bather spirit, the un- deniable school pride, that desire to pile honors upon honors as an unseparable part of their life at lVl.C.l'l.S. Others will remember the athletic contests, the social affairs, those long hours in the classroom which were their weekly routine. All will remember the lasting friendships made at lVl.C.l'l.S .... But high school days do not last forever. Freshmen become sophomores, sophomores become juniors, juniors become seniors and seniors graduate. Some leave lVl.C.l'l.S. and new faces appear to take their places in the never-ending task of keeping up its school spirit and its pride of accomplishment. . . . Between these covers is a partial record of this school year at lVl.C.H.S. We hope that it will recall many happy memories .... To those who continue at lVl.C.l'l.S. we aclmonish, "Go Right On Working!" 4 .141 Jnouni efemens .mga . . Our Seniors Our Juniors Our Sophomores Our Freshmen Give Out To Make M. C. "The Best" Page 1 Our Administrators Our Faculty Our Classes Rouse Our Interest In Knowledge pag, 59 Our Organizations Our Publications Our Music Upen The Doors To Cultural Growth page 77 Our Athletics Our Intramurals Our Cheerleaders Wake Up Cur "Battling Bather" Spirit page H3 Our Advertisers Help Make This Publication Possible pig. 131 5 Qur Seniors Our fun1'o1's GUI Sophomores Our Freshmen up 55 fx I 5 Give Gut To Mak VI. C. "The Best' Some Cf Us Stayed From Eighth Grade Lorraine Adams William Albee Carol Albro james Allen Richard R. Allen Daniel :Xllmacher Jane Avendt Bob Babcock Donald Ballard Carol Beadle Stanley Bartlett Sandra Bassett Linda Becker Judith Bennett Rebecca Barna Janet Beck Look for Senior Activities on pages l52 through 154 8 xl it But To Most Cf Us MCHS Was New Judy Bettcher Jocelyn Betts Beverly Billis Lois Blank Sally Bobcean Donald Boden Judith Boreham Donna Burke Nancy Boskee Martha Boston Florence Boyce Putricizl Brice Sandra Brouwer Julie Brush Betty Buclilcr William Buhl Look for Senior Activities on pages l52 through I54 Q As Freshmen, We Initiated The Checkroom James Butler Paul Calabrese Douglas Calhoun Thomas Cannon William Carlone Frank Cams Marilyn Carroll Donald Casicr Patricia Chalfant Ruth Champion Donald Chapman Kathryn Chapman Joyce Charbcneau David Clay Darrell Cole Robe-rt Collins Look for Senior Activities on pages l52 through l54 10 And Sold Red Ani Gray MC. Pencils 0' Joseph Collins Nancy Corneillie Darlene Cottrell Bernard Crannon Kate Compton Richard Copeland Ronald Copping Monte Correll Karen Cotter Rosemarie Cottle Melvin Coulon Suzanne Cox Joseph Cron Duane Cumper Sharon Cramer Ralph Czarnecki Look for Senior Activities on pages I52 through l54 ll We Participated In d The Pep Club, Gave An is X o N I W L A ff? Q 1 s Q f EYES? Franklin Davis Richard Davis Lenorc lDCBllSSCl"lC1'C Ricliard DeCaussin Thomas Dedenhach George Deisz Robert Denrytcr joseph Di-VVinter SWK Roger James D'Honclt Glenda Frank Maria Dirjan Mc-lania llirjan Ronald Dittmer Byron Dittrick Marie DiVe-rgilio Marilyn Doliriu Look for Senior Activities on pages l52 through 154 l2 After-Game Dance And The Winter Whirl N3 asf- r , K wif Q 5322 A 'H Q' ,Weill ' 2, 1 lpn. sw in rf' N D S Qz., -f.... Q. xi 2 i . V Grace Dopp Carol Dougherty james Dowdal Harold Dowe Robert, Downey Dennis Dubay Sharlene Dubay Betty Dubbs Shirley Duckert Owen Dunkelburg Sherry Dunkellnurg Naomi Durham Carole Ann Ernst Barbara Erskine Johneen Esch Gladys Ficbelkorn Look for Senior Activities on pages l52 through l54 13 As So homores We Gave An After-Game e PM V 'f 'SQ-fi"Yig ,.e., . at Barbara Fisher Thomas Fisher Peter Flournoy john Folson David Forton Carol Fox Wilhelmina Frazier Duane Gamm M ,Q is ,Xen in tx ,S pp , X Carl Geer Sharon Geer Phillip Gcir Judith Gerhardt Joachim Gerlach Cynthia Gibson Donald Gibson Colleen Gillespie Look for Senior Activities on pages l52 through l54 l-l Dance And A Dress-up Evening Dance Donald Glefke Lorraine Glefke Sandra Gobat Marie Gorman john Greenfield Sharon Grohar Nancy Grunow Polly Gradzinski Judith Hands Judith Harding Nora Lee Harkins Gerald Harm Arnold Harms Bonnie Hartway Pauline Harwell Bonita Hatfield Look for Senior Activities on pages l52 through I54 15 We Were Real Go-Getters On The Paper Mary Lou Hayden Patricia Herbert Constance Heilburn Pete Helzer Nancy E. Henry David Herman 4 K 2 2 st w V Z' Delores Helms William Henman H i 'rw t o is J M243 1 wslgiwel 3 z ,X EWR N 7 X 5 ,, fzigw si 'L ' ' E '- ' K lffvfiiiig 1 Q Vf gffwa :.,. '.,,e' V , F- .-f i-2 '. X si , ' K George Hibbert Kenneth Hibbert Robert Hill Eileen Honiston Yvonne Horne Richard Hovey Look for Senior Activities on pages l52 through IS4 16 Ruby Hill Jacqueline Hubert Drive And Spring Clean-up 54 Ewa ww , :Nsizx:::,-.Q-f5g:.:I-fa-, .V :gif or , A .mls 3 lim 2' ,P .f "per if:- ii" ,,.,, .sf - 5 ' . 4 5 N, -A 3,-4, -fu V D Judith Huhns Rebecca Howard William James Carol Jamrus Mary Jeffery Gail Jensen Frederick Johns Jolyne Johnson Sharon Johnson Mary Louise jones Vivian Jones Michael Junko Joan Kabel Judith Kaster Noreen Keil Carl Keith Look for Senior Activities on pages lS2 through l54 I7 X I f I We Matched In The Downtown Merchants Dona Kennedy William Kcilman Eldridge King Doris Kitzman Esther Klenke Barbara Kolznak Marvin Kossak Carol Kowalczyk Bruce Kraatz Gloria Krall Beruadine Krause Harvey Kreager Donald Kreinbring Dorothea Kuchn David Kursteiner Donna Ladd Look for Senior Activities on pages l5Z through 154 18 N ll Parade And Sponsored The Record Hop Lorna Lawson Roy Lehl Harriett Lesley Sallie M. Lewis 'Nik he 1 5 N s Q Ralph Leach Duncan Lee Robert Lee Ronald Leichti Terrance Leichti Ursula LeRoy 1""5' Nadelle Levine Stephen Levine Mary Esther Lewis Virginia Loffredi Darryl Logie Alex Love Look for Senior Activities on pages l52 through l54 19 We Backed A Roller Skating Party Marian Lyman Sue McAlpine Nancy MacDuff Richard MacKenzie Beverly Makar Michael Malbin Antony Manella Francis Mann I Jerry Markle James Martens Darlene Martin Nancy Martinez Judith Mathison Patricia Mayes Florence McCollom Robert McCracken Look for Senior Activities on pages I52 through l54 20 An After-game Dance William McDonald Clyde McDoniel Martin McDoniel Sharon McSorley Arthur Meyhofer Irene Mial Donald Mick Richard Millar NGVIIP' James Miller Michael Miller Robert M. Miller Shirley C. Miller Shirley M. Miller Sandra Mittelstadt Beverly Monnicr Janice Moore Look for Senior Activities on pages l52 through I54 21 "lune Madu Was Our lunior Play R .3 Robert Moore Carol Ann Morris Robert Morris Patsy Moss john Noble Wayne Oehmke Harry Page Karen Nugent Rozanne Nylantl Judith Oakcy James O'Kelley John Olsen Augusta Upper Michael Parres john Parrish Sandra Paul Look for Senior Activities on pages l52 through I54 Z2 And "Stardust Ball" Our Prom John Pearl Ann Peters Carl Pfeil Bonnie Plcnda James Plonka Karen Plummer Gary Ponder Deanna Poureho -Uv ei 125 ' . George Powser Herman Preimsberger Patricia Price Sandra Procissi Darlene Rachow Richard Ralph Ronald Randazzo Wayne Rastique Look for Senior Activities on pages l52 through l54 23 This Year, We Sold Teddy Bears, Calling Leonard Reinowski Lonna Richardson Mary Rickard David Rickert Jonathan Rickert Vernon Riddell Eugene Riedel David Rooks 1 .-i- 'N - , .1 ' -. Q:.' Patricia Rosso Sophie Rostek Michael Roy Gail Ruby Lawrence St Aubin Cora Sams Phyllis Samuels john Schluentz Look for Senior Activities on pages l52 through I5-4 24 ll H Cards And Sponsored The Cupid Casual Melvin Schmidt Darlccn Schultz janet Schultz Shirley Schultz Harold Schwartzcnberg Richard Scofield Fayette Scamans Gary Sear XVilla Shaw Sharon Shepherd Carol Siewcrt lfreelcrick Sicwcrt Roberta Simon Mary Simpson iicoffcry Sirnizly Linn Small Look for Senior Activities on pages l52 through I54 25 II U Our Senior Play Was Goodbye, My Fancy gi s ig Cheryl Smith Florence Smith Jack Smoot Clayton Spitzer Ronald Stark Rolland Stier William Stocki Bently Stone fw fr ,P .,-'-.. if S Firmer Stone Nancy Strait jean Strong Linda Stuart Bonnie Sturm Darlene Sullivan joan Syrja Ted Taylor Look for Senior Activities on pages l52 through l54 26 Il H And Many Of Us Participated In Carousel Carl Teschendorf Robert Thacker Richard Timpf Phyllis Tinur Gaylen Trabue Mary Traxler joseph Tunks Thomas Tunks ith Tim Twork Beverly Tyvela Larry ucker Joyce Ulman Gary Vaden Carolyn Vadio Marie VanAsshe Look for Senior Activities on pages l52 through IS4 27 We Enjoyed The Senio1fyBa11quet S WWWM 'X' A Mwfim ef: f 5552555 331 ky f x ?..,,Y.YffU,'ff i' '?,g55S5'? . T u5gwggf,.'tfV . X g 5, efesemf-: ff ,-gage, f ' Q. ,. - :F any X gf Ann VanBever John VanNieuwal Nancy Vcrnier Vivian Vertin Lynda Vetor Nancy Vice Mary Vineski Russell VVagner K an '-N21 . Bonnie Walker Dale Webb NVilliam VVeber Alice Weigel Charles NVeisner GraceNVeisskirch Perry NVells Martha XVl1c'elvr Look for Senior Activities on pages l52 through 154 752 And Looked Real Good In Caps And Gowns H, , XX ix John Whipple Donna VVilliams Janet VVilson Jill VVilson Shirley NVilson ' Laurence Winstanley Thcoclore Witkowski Dorothy Witt 6""x, Ronald VVoltman Wendell Woodruff Richard X'Vor5wick 'james VV:-ight Florence Yokom Mary Zander Verlainc Ziclkr: Harry Zurawski Look for Senior Activities on pages I52 through l54 29 Some Seniors Spend Time Doing Things Carole Ernst, senior class president, studies hcr agenda in preparation for a class officers meeting. GOOD LUCK, SEN IORS! For most Bathers, the '57-'58 school year has been a busy time. There have been days and events which none of us will ever forget. Now it seems that almost without warn- ing, june and final exams have crept up on us again. As underclassmen, we face the end of the school year with one basic feeling - relief! However, for almost four hundred Bathers, the class of l958, june has a different meaning this year. For them, june will mean gradu- ation and new beginnings, as well as sadness at leaving old friends and familiar surround- ings. lt is with more than just a little envy that we underclassmen view the seniors as june comes around each year. Even though we must stay behind, we wish the members of the class of l95S all possible good luck. and we hope they will carry the memory of lVl.C.H.S. and the Battling Bathers with them wherever they may go. Y. .WW ' wmffff A or , ti mi J, " NDN . .. K r Donna Williams, high school treasurer, uses Larry St. Aubin picks up the portable TV get the coin sorting machine. he won as high magazine salesman. 30 That Are Beyond The HCa11 Of Duty GOODBYE, M.C.H.S. Suddenly it's June, and we, the class of l958, are about to leave after four long years. As the "oldsters" around school this past year, we have found ourselves being looked to and looked at for advice and example. As the year went along, and we grew older, and supposed- ly wiser, we began to look back on our school careers. There were many events in our high school careers which we would change if only we could, and there are many things which we would do if we were given the chance again. Most of us would admit that seldom did we work to the best of our ability. All of us might have been kinder, friendlier, and more considerate of our classmates and teachers. Over the years, most of the class of '58 have been guilty of 'putting oft until tomorrow what we should have done today," and of day- dreaming about the future while the present passed us up. You underclassmen, as future seniors, still have an opportunity to help yourselves to a happy, usefull career. The class of 1958 urges you to work and have fun so that when you look back on your years at M.C.H.S., your memories will be lastingly happy ones. 3 x law N- l'1rry XX'iustaulcy, stuclcnt coiuicil prusimlinl ds a discussion in Liouucil nn-t-ting. NNN-Q lmius :mil i5pi-urii.'r Milli taht- ll hunting as Melvin "l3u1i'li" Conlon mlcnionstrates om' fn lufly tigtkt-y. yc:i1'lm,.k ligwglyy vnliim-. cm-fm-, ilu- main-uvi-rs llc uscrl nt football game half- 1 lou t 1 tht XI t Vim rs "H' . 1 We Were Like All Freshmen -- Scared :I we 2 W was ffl I :uf 3-if will ix l xr F-3: "T Mary Ahrens Larry Andrighetti Gordon Arego Charles Baar Joanne Anderson Anne Appleford Allen Arnott , .V .,, v ., "- . fx 135 X E , , i P A W X, he 2 ,X , ,Siler Kimi A "4?,5q:fS'vf'f':135 , "fi" N mal' K :Y IQ 5' igf A Ronald Bahorski Robert Beardslee janet Blank Martha Boston lm 5. its if he if :K ! P3 'TQ fb, Jill K. Ball Rustsy Barkoot Bruce Bechard Ed Bergman Richard Baldwin Allert Bandlow Bonnie Bcanjean Janet Beck Frank Bartley james Beyerlein - I - ' j s-Q. , - A N "" ' .,.' A St' all 3 - ri. "" at x ,..,. 3 . : , r ' A if T' ' . ,. fy ' -'-1 , 55 A I fx. -- -A J' ak it he V- J an jerry Bovenschcn Ricni Boll Mona Brandenberg Bevan Brunniman Carol Blaisdell Louie Bodanyi Richard Bora Wilma Blevins George Brda Betty Bressie 32 +- ni a ' 'V' 1, - -dn. 'iw ,K E L l. B Charlotte Batk Barbara Bisl in , ...l, 'ix .ei 4 53 Is' James Bos John Bri' Peggy Clark But We Set A Fund Raising Record sw '5- i .ai Jim Brown 'Q r ,Q t , , X i N., 4? .ri J' if .B 'i' ' ' le! 'r!,.f Sharon Brownson Betty Brownlee John Buckholz Margie Brunke Geraldine Burk , k UCF. if t rk ,Q 3 X. is in Q, an I z :G .... f ,W ' la' 'Q if ' Qi " ii -l e' A . q f i yfe K L EQ b , E E? ., i A X bzz 4 if 5 i ' ,..V Q .. i f ., I: lrz: s 'Q Q X is. WN!! .. . Kgs . ,,.l . :-. ..,. f y f"' ' - i orl m A -"iff ' l ' li ,ir fl!! er in fl' Dale Bynum Dean Carpenter Betty ark Darrell Cole Donald Conklin John Cooper Gary DuBois Patricia Chalfant Joe Collins Jack Consiglio Evelyn Cotter 1 ia., Bonnie Bush K B .4 ,ff .. A li yi Jean Cole Anne Cottrell Q3 Us rre LQ ggi 5 ,Hy I l ywzlsgr M, A c t - N' K , 11" vi' W V . . for A N-3' . ,. Ji xi ' if I Suzanne Cox Linda Crutchfield Rosa Dalton Judith Davies ir,-anklin Davis Anastacia De La Cruz joan Destross Constance Dixson Thomas Crum Shirley Dalecke Robert Daniels Richard DeCaussin Marga Deppisch Shirley Dewaegeneer 33 As Sophs We Criginated The Refreshment "-',:, bee- ,,,2 i ..,., A . A Nll- I 4 , t t " :' Q"A "'- A 1 e , .i Af, W Q fa s ,,Q V ij ,, N as ' 'e is sbyq i, Q ' , r 1 V:--., I -V y '.Yf,f.,,f. RR V, t .- E : 1 Q . ,..,Q M ' Q , ' l 5 l ' 9 if li Jane Dixon Gary Dobner Carol Donaldson Shirley Do Susan Dixon V rs ' llfiejg f William Dozier Louis Edwinsou 3 'far 1 Q I . J, Mary Dow ,. Bm will Judy Dorr ,, y Y ,Y Q Y 'sa Q , E, , ,I wg ti :,,, . aw X K r 2 if joseph Dubay Bryan Ellis r N Q 1- ..,w,,Q.cs, fy .am +. x if ' f- ff Judy Dowdal Bob Drexler Darlene Durst Robert Eats Sallie Eaton Barbara Darling Nancy Fschenburg Mary Ann Estrat Kenneth Durst Tom Essig Q' MQ ., -'em . -'-fz32,.,5 i 1.55. '- 7 'N r Y if 1 ,fr rw H' t 6 K S tr Q. Q -H .s . M, , ,lv , , , . .. l K X s ' 1 . . I is . -'.1- -' 'ar I .t,, s c ' N ,ra .,.. t 'snr A K , ' gil' . 5 :il wg nil ""' li if :jr luu Q V Y V "" ---' il A Diane Eyth Thomas Fladger Dianne Frederick 5 it kgs G1 Fred Gerds :enum Gillespie rnonanl Glam ix my 00 Marilynn Farber Dianne Frederick Bill Gantt il r Q l X f X,. Donald Gibson Patricia Gillis Mary Ann Goldalxft a 3+ t Mx - 1 Concession And Gave The 'I-Iunter's Hop' Emma Gorman Kay Gregory Tomasa Gonzales Mae Etta Hampton Carol Gray Delphine Grucz Kathryn Hackett rf'-H J xxx 41 Q - ca b A b ,W A M lr 3 ' ,Qi oi ,M ..":", ""' e Ia an Q' J as xl A J Q N J 'Q UA7' . -1 X 'M vx - X "'- f ' ' - - I "' J V N, - 52' , r N' J M1 if A . r Arleen Harder Don Harms Janet Harvey James Hefling Donna Henderson Barbara Helzcr Judith Henrichsen Charles Hoffman Delores Harms Selma Harrington Renee Haskell Leonard Hellner Leroy Helzer James Henry LA - ,i K kk ii- Y 1 -V N tv- . 4 K ' K ,.,.. S3 ' egg! yy 4 A 1 if ar Q I, X Q' rm J! z - xl A ,..:. x .:'1 A '- 5 , 51 as . - M NA .,,, . I . ,L , W 1 ..,2 ' 'J KR 1 I W Y -SEM i If 1 Donna Holk Judy Hill Shirley Hill Sharon Hunger XVilliam Jacobs Mary Jr-Fiery Andrew Foote Sandie Ford Janet Huffman Nancy Hill Marvin Hodgins James Jaques Michael Fleming Mildred Ennett 35 This Year We Got Off To A Good Start 1 it Alfreda Jernberg Karl Johnsm Delbert Erdman Florence Ernst Denise Esch Sigue Jernberg Judith Ernst t 1:1 4 t N255 KX 59 --an-E' .':.-if iii' Q oi 4 J' ., I lip git ,. 5 ,..', A z-if Aubrey Johnson Harold Fredrick Charles Fought Dolores Jon Kathleen Johnson Dong Kalitta Donna Dc Keyser Patricia Kilpatri William Johnson Bonnie jolly Robert Fox Lois Jones Anthony Keptrosky Keith Kidd 1 :.. : 1 - ' Y . -f.:- 5 5 n Nj i s I 3. K f :-: W ,ffm 3 i V it z Th i ai at l - 1 - ,,.,,, 'ff,r1qa5j5f", iv , x J I 5, - I it Virginia Kirkpatrick Sharon Klockow Donald Kollmorgen Dennis K1 Bruce Kraatz XVilliam Kreifcldt Dennis Kruger Gloria Kulw Donna Kirkum Kathleen Kohn Christopher Kortz Lillian Kratz Richard Kreinbring John Kursteiner 36 By Giving The First Dance Of The Year ard? 1 5 K Judy Larlee Shirley Lee Bob Le ggett Donna Ladd Noel Leesch l Harriett Lesley Roy Leh R BQ Q ' F at 1 e L , we M t A 'ii 'Q' xr -1' B 5333 B 1' k I V,- M5555 iQ Q f N W 1' .l' I X ' : f" 'fff?Z'Sfs 5:1 I .nn B ' -'I if li , f q I V 'i 1? ':,b ,ek I Q -gg H q . ,iw -',: X .V If M.: -if , I Q in fl rrrr '.-x T5 l Pt F .:1i:fi.if'4,15'ff'f Nil fail Bruce Liebzeit Zita Lozen Edwin Mack Sylvia Maintzer Francis Mann Richard Marshall John Lozen Gloria Maas Jim Mada us Bernice Manel Oliver Marks james Martens Beverly Mahler Kathleen Maxson I Q ' t t A , I ,.-. Q 3 ..-. .. ,lip L N91 ' L 4. rf 'r Va - , '.:' ' A 25 " , Q so ' his 1 'A was D i ef M we 'M' Q ,fi L 4 ff X l X " A 1 Safari "fri-fe his 'vein 'fff'2- fill sf llllili 'fffffl' alQi,f'?:fS':l fl 'I , 'ig Betty McCann Joseph McClymont Mary McCracken Robert Mc Donald Charles Merchant julia Miller jim Millar Braxton Moss Florence McCollum NValter Mclllymont Ed Mc Cracken Davirl Mial Judith Mitchell Beverly Moore 3 7 Cur First Dramatic Effort Was 4,159 ' at fr ' 'P ,, ' 3 " ,, 'ii l i '55 ' 4' .Y iii. H " 'Hiiikf U .,....., 1 , I use he wg' . Eg . r fr TM c , 'P Joanna Mullins Sherrill Neisch Patricia Nicholai M . . arjorie Murrell Donna Newell Gary Nichols . vi r In , w QW q A I ""' 'Tl' .,1, P P 1' if M 'R' W , Jv h , .H i l ,,.- ' 'ft if wid P ,f . L ataark a P P a i Q ,,, f r .-'t ' W zu, . ,QQ Msg i J 3 'X H zzb In N 'ri' 77 ,-f2': '1E:' Y ,.. A z it 1" "" ,lrl '.-a 3 r ff c it '1"" 'H 2 M , ' 1 Carl Nieman Barbara Niester james O'Kelly Henry Parkinson john Noble Harvey Pearl james Nunnally Kaye Pearson Marlene Nieman Eddie Orta Thomas Oakey Deanna Peltier 7: V.:. 7 'f-.: l'..: . - 5 -P 'W , I W, , 1 at -f f ':.- - r W ,stil rf PE,-I 3' Y X - . ,K lqz. . + 11:-4 ' 'es Robert Nichr r Q kwa at A rr Ronald O'D J oseph Pelt P 'QQ sv X, ina A e, ' qc :f s an - B J ' gr t 2 ,ia , f g fi A N A ii Beatrice Peroni Maril n P t h ,H y e c Donald Phle Walter Pie J Pl I' ' h ' - oyce av Jamc Deanna Pommerenk Helen Porter Pat Pun Ann Pernell Sandr PA l a an Frenderick Piellusclz John Plenda ' Glen Porrett Herman Prexmesberger 38 Called 'Rehearsal For Death' :,. .,: j i , M ,X Y 2 l 5: wr og mi , 5 we 5 if . l Q: 1 if it lk il i 7' , B L. fi: Maureen Quinn Barbara Rataiczak Bonnie Reynolds Rosalinda Riojas Lorraine Rachow Delia Rendon Bonnie Richter SBU' -MM m R 5 ss 3 ds 44 XFN T' '37 9 ig! Z3 Isla Rivard Gary Ruehle Rodger Sahatasso Kathleen Scherrer James Roberts Corrine Robinson Bill Rocker Donald Ryser Elaine Sharow Sharon Schutt Jo Ann Robertson Esther Robinson Marilyn Rocker wad' ' V A 1 , t V ' . ,., -,,: Q' . .pa -fe' ee iaei H . f ' tx "ex: li f-23, ' li, - ss sa J rf AGT, ' i?' .:I r si? "' fl? 'Q is W B ia- 1 .i -A :rf ff' Q my r in ,-,: t i: k A V " Q uf? wt - t - -- N S Q Q -:rf A .r.. 1 f it iifff ' 'ff It ., M ,-,r 497 19 A1511-'JJ' f SM 4 j, figs!!! 4 5: I . V' rift Robert Servo David Sheridan Sandee Schulock Judy Skarritt Gary Smith Pat Smith Pat Sexton Christine Shuder Pearline Simps Florence Smith Martha Smith Richard Smith 39 Ofl Mary Schwalm ,. ,,, B -S X -Y , N-Q85 X ,, 1-I Q . ,L Betsy Simms Linda Spehar We Have Honored The Class Of '58 ,,.. .. 4 2 Q Q A 6 Q2 , ' 21 ,Q ga feng wi was ' 33, E " -Li- ...Lg .- ,A 4 in gk ,, , :l',""nf' ' A . 7 'M ' W ff' G .Q , 5, '1' ,,'gl',f'?,. ' ' ,.,,, .,..,. 4 Y . Vmiiixi iiyimt 3 .. 1 E' E if J 4 1 Erich Spitzer "".. -' ...., Q . 1 M A ii ' H' il if Gerald Steiss Bob Thoel Larry Spodeck Yvonne Stacy Selma Steinmar Diane Spodeck 1 - 5 ll il JE rf r l V H it Meng Robert Streit Diane Thomas Edgar Stricker Linda Todd Sandra Stocki Donna Thoel Wlii e '2 iz - f ' S ig T -'a' 4 1 Q N J 3198 an ' writ? ' Ll ir A snr Larry Tucker Howard Ulch Maureen Springer 1? Qs ag? Q ? ....:c,. .,..,,, Beverly Starkey 5 4 Y . 4 3 , Q 25: 3 all Bernice Sudan Gary Tonks Karen Tanzey Harold Trumbo 5 K 3 Mb' .,.. leaf r s -o r ' L B, Janice Templ Larry Troml . 'L raw X I K. fix! ' N si Marie Vanassche Ruth Vcnetianer Bonnie Voir Diane Watkins Lynne Vlledhorn Barbara Whipq Thomas Tunks Gary VanderHagen Bill Voden Linda Walters Pat Webb 40 James Welser By Giving The Iunior -- Senior Prom Z ,I ' z W " G ,, ':-,- . .- .1 3 1 ' 4. V- l f was K. , A LY A , F Y h Carol Wissner Charlene Worswick Anne Wright Maryellen Wright Barbara Wood Richard Worswick Mable Wright 1 4 N 5 ix .ff , 521 Q .532 ' William Yates JoAnn Youngski Phillip Yerty Gilbert Zook junior class ofiicers, from the left arc: Flossie Ernst, trcasurer: Judy Dorr, vice-presidentg jack Consiglio, presi- dent and Linda Spehar. secretary. Operating the bctwecn the games con- cession for the junior class arc: Gary VanderHaagen, Mary Brunke and Sue Dixon. Their first customer was Tom Essig. As Freshmen We Came From Different 1 I Edward Adams , r E ,A Y ' Robert Adams ii A A ., nd 3 --4' ., , Q A Ronald Ainsworth H' r :gg ' ,A Patricia Aldridge N W Dolores Allen .AAZ ii '---- William Allen XA k r xr., X ix Elaine Allor E - - A K K Judy Ambrous j 2 'G-r ' " W Z N- i f :V,, A ..., Q1 Philip Anderson . A A I "' Q' A I H ig Norman Anselmi 492' V' ' if 9 ,,--ii' it "" "' I Howard Armstrong :gi 2" "" ' aa? W' Q . 5' y y .,, 44 AA Q' V. : kenneth Arthur f X -' , V Y: AA :rl xy .LM I ,,A,....A. In K A A Evelyn Austin E .y 1, ' it 'ff Janie Avila if H A KW A ,..,, W A "" Vl.l" 'Ji' 1 John Baarck . J 9 2- 1 r , g W3 Lorraine Bacon -'f- 'V' R is 1 L Patricia Bacyinskl li ' - , V E Mark Bade J. K 4 ffffii I' :lx gtg. if AA QR ' A .grain 'viii Thomas Bailey " A , Audrey Bakfmfm f A' '- A f A A 'A - Lawrence Baker A xi David Baldwin its A' V A W-1-' Ffank B3.l'kCl' ' ,G fy pm Q, '4 A ..AA .2: ' V: ,-,f. " ' 3 Arnold Barr "'. .yy 5 Q? A Q f f BQ Nh .A,a 1 A 2 A JA JN S 33 Jim Bassett Michael Bates Donald Batkins Betty Baty ene Baumgartcn Bonnie Bell Maxine Bell F. A R ,JE Judy Benz A -V H ' W Karen Benedict A 5 ' "' ' " 5 .w i Susan Benner il, llll by ei ' V g f A Robert Beverlin 5 I ' A Ng, 4 'AQA ffm 'ii A AAA-A I Gail Bieske L i Aix in , zz: g U V A - A A, Clarence Bishop A bf, Q A Judy Blasic I A W 4 1 A5 "' E., Carol Beattery A ' T W f Richard Blohm V 5 I V X :"'i ' ' ,A S- 5 Barry Bock ' QM' 7 il X- A Y 't .f :-l A Gail Bock i Q - ' ' Bob Boden Sharon Boelter Elizabeth Bohn Eldridge Bolden Caroline Books Nancy Boston ff x xl J 'fr Jil- ,140 ' ri' W Fw-1 ar? 4' ? i Egg-"' A 1- - , A 1 M 8 A :-' r A 'v i ' - . , f Q is I 0 All Qc.-ai lr.: "'. g f S. A Q 1' M R is A X ,fi ll aw in 'lr sy 'S , 1 Junior Highs To Become A Working Unit Robert Brass Judy Bratrud Gary Brenniman David Brouwer Gary Brouwer Donna Brown 'l' if 36. sp I . will me Q X .. an if 45 ZX ima' X af, 1 Raymond Bush James Carucci Ronald Cheifer Mike Childers David Chung Sam Cirisan '28 , .. -no Q. re'- ,. l -fm fzfvi Walter Congdon Larry Casary Karen Cottrell Willie Cribbs Natalie Darin ,Indy Darling A .F sg E Q X V -l ,wif if W 5 ga M16 K t W I in .iii 3 Q i I Q W ,N i a xg 1 a e it-. I l i if af X 3 O fr' , ,rj ' E ' !-A Nancy Dennis Patricia Denison William Destross Roberta Dettlofi' Fern IDCVHIIIICI' Alan Diehl lb X 'IE KD V HW' A kg ia f i .4 - ,, , Q f M wax, -iff, if , s ,-w e Q. W Q gg 'f Q- 'bf " 4 PEM ' i 1 nf 6 .1 1' R ali in l .P lm" 5 M1 Q bn. 1 .ffl lax ki aw.. , u 1? I in R "yi . 3 Leslie Brown Barbara Buchmann Marion Buckley Janet Bujack Janice Bujack Carolyn Burgan B 'B 'ar f fm' 'ff S ., . if vt 1 Philip Clevcn Martha Collier Sondra Collins Connie Cobb Rosa Mac Cole Harold Compeau " .,,. L My . 'Q gi L R Frances Davis Betty Debegarea Carol December Elaine DeClaire Charles De-Grove Sharon DeKieru N fi' if N ' 1 Patricia Dillon Gene Domagalski Dale Dopp Mary Lou Dow Benny Lee Dozicr Fred Drexlcr We Ran The Checkroom, Gave A Skating Lawrence Dusing Carol Dybalski Sharon Eby Robert Eckenrode David Eckman Walter Eckman Q . wr if i,, . . 'R 1 .1 ye- John Ezell Gail Farwell David Fenton Robert Fettue Karen Fick Peggy Fierst Fred French Margo Friedeberg Edith Gadie Connie Gantt Sharon Gardner Marcia Garza Bernard Girson Carolanne Gobble Gary Goodin William Goulette Walter Graves Moecs Green rr! Q .. .' f " is XS' ' Q J' ,Sf i ii in I' If 1 I ,as 'Af tr- W' X ww. N. me M ,, V i by Vx i H .N f 'tcm ,av N9 Q .5 1 1 4 .NL to I if .mm-,.. z.:-z tiiiii A 3' Q ::,,::.::'- f Q 6 it r ' J ' ith . ig ' .i F thin Aww F ff J 31" L Q W' 4' . ,tt ,Q i im .. qi -',.f,f-'a X F bij, Q , A as f W Dianna Drummond Jo Drummond Joanna Drummond George Dubbs James Duden Daniel Durst l X I Michael Ehrke Robert, Ehrke Gary Ellis Donna Erb Darlene Erdman Judith Eschenburg is fs ., LF -7 A s .lf 'S sk- at yi ,k,i I err Judy Fink Nancy Fleese Bettie Flemming Martha Flournoy Gerald Ford Jim Freeman ,f 'ii 'W f KW' QW? K-Nw' if g , . Chester Geer Jack Geier Richard Gentz Betsy Gilbert Patricia Gillett Beverly Gillespie f rf W W' 1-at 'W Mir' N' ' . 2 .r fi e I'pg1?5" A .5 I F. F F ff L! 'Bl i xt Party And Promoted The 'Blossom Bop' Robert Green Gloria Greene Willis Greene Mary Gurzick John Hall Dorothy Hamilton Carol Hicks Loretta Hill Raymond Hodges Fred Hadgina Joseph Hoffman Richard Hogue :TNQ ,, A -N . Clayton Jacobs Carol James Kathleen Jankowsky John Jarvis Cynthia Jasin Cordell Jeffrey . 'l 1 if 1 Robert Joiner James Karwinski Judith Kaufmann Petronella Kazaitis Marvel Keller Beverly Kupscl ,X X xv ,Q K W S ' N A ef 17 A .V an l 3 rm ..g'7 M A is S :., . x v ...,. girth fe ' 3 " Q. r fl 4 4 R 1 M ' ff c Eric Hansen Richard Havel ""' Loretta Haynack N Mary Hallebruyck -P William Henderson Nancy Henry ' i EN , i x x Q 'df '. 1 James Horne ' 5 Elvera Hourtienne rp ,Q 'W D- ' , George Howell 7 f , Robert Hundertmark 'J i r J , Nancy Jarvis ' H I , ' ,if Edmund Johnson A 1 r 46' ai . 'Km ..,. V, . .wt- G ,ffff-, .4 A Y 1' f . :ries inf X '44-if nei ll eg Q J, G. ,, John Jeffery Shirley Jennings Thomas Jock Doris Johns Donald Johnson Linda Johnson I . . hs . . K2 1 'CS' ' fu' we -M I v sr ,rt ,ij E.. if i XS c J K A Chris Kepus Nancy Kerner Don Kimmel Stuart King Closezill Kings Harold Kirkwood If Ya v W, W l 1 This Year We Became Sophomores With t A- aft 1 5 .. - fn Q? 5 rfriiogs ' L ....,, i 1' Bernice Kukuk James Kukuk Kenneth Kunkel Jack Kuttner Douglas Kwiatkowski Dolores La Duc as A. ,Y 153 " 'W Kilim' k J 1 Lola Lewis Dale Lind Carol Lindahl Sharon Link Billie Lively Sherrie Lively ., W pg ' A, .gl A-W? of 4 . ,, r f , 'lzlz 5 I 5 A Q' Lorraine Luedke Mary Lutey Harry Maag john Maag Dan MacMillan Lynnette Machowski 1 a re Hitt Lucille Maynard Sandra McFatridge Barry McGill Kathleen McGlown Sue McQuade XVilbur McReynolds l e ,ll R . Wa fi Q ,..:, .EE K .,., 1 I 40' if l , w u x as 1. .. 5 'Y Y 5' :. l' Dr 'fc-SF is far 9- 5 , .... 5 M A sz Ni N Q L L ii f ,Q-mp. :.. Oh X-. was . , X "' If .- if ff' in 'gw-mi ef. if: Q 'mv ms ' , .-...... -5 vs' 1 .7 'fu ,A XJ' sf f --ff ' ,X f' ,, in in X wg 5 'i is fr, v' I .ff fs ': vi 'Q W X H, ,nzu W m f ev- . E t . J lm "Z ,..': he V 'Q 1? '-'l .eV- Q ...,, X. fi? r 4' R if K his 3 YY aim f asia if U. Q33 fr '.anpR'i .Vw K -'Q -Sf , A? -its his ,gg .wwrf .A N ,f ii X sf' e t -'ii' iiffdfijget "5 Q 4 2 .. 'S , ' 4 MVT X ' 'ggi ' J at rs, ,wwf ,, , wr A '39 xy or ,mg V mr M M M' if 1 J Mary Jane Kling Paul Kraatz Dorothy Krall Eddie Kratz Kathleen Krause Carol Lee Kuchenmeister K Robert Lamb Martha Laney Gail Lee Louis Leesch Ruth Lesley Donna Levine ers qiwlw fr. l Dwight Logie Carol Lorway Pat Losch Sandra Loser Ronald Lossing Roy Lueth 1 - me 'f' J w 5 4-'I f - 1 q ' ,ts .ef ' H, M K T , . "' R AA Kathleen Maes John Makar Alan Manor Robert Martens Ronald Maruszczak Lee May WM X if. ' -, dv , -' Q. ,A , - ,Q .2 x, lx' 1 I f' 'Ambition' As Our Class Watchword Donna Menger 3 ,t ,W Q r Janet Meurer N Charles Mial J by K wi -e ' " E . ,, Q Judy Milam W if I 5 - V' I J' L3 ' -' of Peggy Miller -as T VT. if Q xqll " mesa' E was blbl, E Susan Miller V 3 5 K ., ,.,,,, f 1 V lnll Linda Moak 4 ' :1, ,.A, f "f Mary Monte ii " Eugene Moore 4 W2 b A 4-, . of QL Herbert Moore 1 3 Y H M or M , -53 Donna Morgan txt-rv! W A V Raymond Morrissette Q' I ry 5- -e V,-' ' iff f fl .3325 ' - i ' Sharon Morrow V Vvlu. 2.5M Vllv Karen Mroz .":'.VV W H Kurt Muendelein ,Q E 1, x h Q. Lee Mullins S " W ,ig W- as ig A n - Marv Beth Murphy 3 L 'if .fha Tom Murphy i 'V ."' i ia fizlfeij i " 'elif M James Naughton Y Marilynn Neumann Q Nj A W J 4 R 1 VVilliam Niester vm im do ' gg X N Q Q Lynne Oak , f , Wx wx li W X L14 Sandra Obrzut Q - ff XAW' , Q if 1 Robert O'Dell M X QA I J ,i s 1 fwigif 5 ng it David Opper 1. Janet Ormsby 5 ' J 5 Q Aaron Oswald , Q W, :IQV ii gh kg. Allen Pascoe Fi " Aga i , 'W' "i'::S " - Cathleen Patrash 'M :fl Q 3 ez! -':"E W Bonnie Pekkarinen Q NX A ,W -fh li gf'-L ,fr h ff r ef ..,, Judy Peltier 1,3 "" 'A Robert Peltier Y A 4:45 K ,ga . Diane Perreman "" 'Q ' X 'N' 4 Marguerite Peters 'ff ' , 'X-fl, ,LQ """5 i n Barbara Phillips L :Xie is 'H+ X' ' ' Nancy Pieknik , i ri 515 ,ga-jg ' H- fzsgxg X: Craig Pierson James Ponder ' Karen Powers AL . fs i T WG., N in ,Q Robert Prosch V L N gt T' , James Pruneski far 'M , A V t ' Sharon Rachow 4 J John Racine it :. W fa J xi James Randazzo , af 'J-Q 'PQV' fp "3 g""f7 N' A 1-If v W Jig Josephine Rangel .A ff 411 tj., rg A Q Lillie Rangel Wig I A I l"' f'Q Helen Ra t' , M ,A e, nf my h ,JN D15 KJ .P if Harold Read ' Q 3315 I .4ageitVf'Y'Y " R A Athletic Prowess, Organization M vt . . 13 3 , N , .khbb xx, --,, -1 K wg' " in 3 '--- A l Y" miie . v,-: ,::,.:5" : t K 'Q at ' Q -Ep if r rf Q i J e . I ggi? Burton Rieck Mattie Riggins M H William Rivard , ' ' M ' if-354 ,-" ' . . WJ it A ,mr .Lf Bonnie Robideau 'W ,A elsif' S '-'-: j 1 John Rodgers ' ' R , if M J i,.i,. . ,Q , Q .t.i- if -i-: i 1 it s w A . 'A Ng 3 Q w , ww, . ., , Q . f,,,,,..v -E Q , t or ii, i J J it it e R r A ,.., 3 ..:, , M , ,. .. it is Q , Edith Sams f Ruby Sanders i ll i J J ii li J Marilyn Sarns A5 i AF ,gt . f It John Sayre , ' Y Thomas Schamehorn 'i :N y", Q gh Marlene Sfhwafk X 5 MJ? q l' llal J fl .. E I i f tr : lm' 1 Q1 Q --rf-4'-1 S Va ' 'F' +, 1.15 1-:V -.:v Mm :V ' yn ti .9 -Q + 5 4? f,-Q - f , E t .. - I 'Ei V. ,J ro i aa aaim a .- NVilliam Shell I, Darleen Shipley A.: 3 , . W E:-, 1: ,,,,. rf 'U .4 - ,A Roger Shoup M 1 ':,,,, fl - 5: 'Sl "M Robert Sieg i s ,if if .aff Nelson Simpson et? YH ' N w 'Vit :', L Patricia Skinner 3 .Jig-. -Q,-f I :Midi be---sf' sux L,'t W -Q A, I ,. JW, 5- Q .J J J J , 1 MM? Jim Soule Bonita Sparks Beverly Spicer Joann Stark Sharon Stevens George Stevenson QM! e tl. ,:.. .:,, 'J ' - 1-'i' 1 if -:Q ' if 5.312 55? "-S225 sg Q ,, JA 'if f' - K 2 'J t. 1 ' 1 ,tfvgiqpg gala.. . ali embershi Dennis Rehder Robert Reiter James Reynolds Susan Reynolds Jacqueline Richards Emmie Sam Riddle Y ,Q 'gt gm. .QM if William Romine DeWayne Rooks Gloria Ross Sharon Rowan Diane Russell Harriet Russell P Mary Schmidt Janet Schultz Sandra Scopel Gearge Shade Wilburn Shade, Jr. Tom Shawen ' r ae- RN A ta' 5 at . .:., , ,g Q I Q ht Alcan Carolyn James Noel Richard Gilbert Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Snay ai, .Q SA f ia "' ' ffl . i"w?v5 f 5 - .' .Mt 5 h , . L J. if - lf L jf Air. ww ?El,,H? v vii, I ulie Strcil Barbara Stubbs Gerald Sulfiow Brenda Sullivan Benny Sumner Gordon Snrman -19' Ei? K W ia- r , if :-6 1 """f And Scholastic Endeavor Prove Cur Worth , 7' : KZ F 1 gt ve .al it nfs' : N r .Q 2 li ' I Carol Tronibley Jacqueline Trombley Robert Trombley Sylvia Trumbo Bruce Turner Carolyn Uhrig Y . 4, K if 5 Q, W. 'Q' 1 :., ff "QPF William Vlfatson VVard Watz Frances VVebcr Gordon VVeber l'l1yllis VVeber Connie Wvt'lSllK'l v 5 A' if 25 W2 pl L-L Ll 1 ,L lYillian1 XYil1sl:u1lry Dnviml llitulski Roger' X'Yolf XYarlc XYoocl liessic XYortln-In .Xnrlrcy Wright X .a it "' Q lf X FV I 4 tx Q .. I .,:r 1 I 7 ..-l U ll 'ar ia, fi rf A ' 8' xii ' -:tl Wg, ,: -- X V X A - lk W f rt ""' ' .ff f, , '. ! uf if ff 'X , is .sf ' "Q xg .1 e " EL: ,ga I rd 3.5, M V R ' tg-sS."E5?32' ' ,f i H Q, S, f if r ' ' , l ll f' f 2 ..: 'li "X Jw , 5 4 35 if 4 J 1 ' l V 'S X A. f -if S Q sl 1 lt Patricia Sutton Margaret Sy Justine Taylor Ruther Taylor Ralph Theisen Alvin Thoel 'M Q., ' I -'gs .wg -V Q i n "" I wisgi lf it I i .X ,-K KSU? , .. S Carol Valentine Robert Van Bever Joan Walker Michael Walker Odessa Ware Eileen Watson 5' 4 Q 3 M if, .:: .. , L K M6172 " Patsy Weiss Charles Williams Patricia Wilson Vernon Wilson Gary Winkler Sharon VVinkler . Q t X Ivy? Robert Yax Sandra Yde Carolyn You john Young Darryl Zavitz Marlene Zavitz Starting As Strangers We Now Work Thomas Acciavatti , D Ronald Ace ,ri X " G., . Ronald Adams A ' ' , 3 S A' E it A 2 it as , if t,.: I T. ns. tg. Jacqueline Bertling M 4, 1, 4.:. " A Elaine Berrey V, f V 'av J as q i A , L Doris Beverlin x 4 0 3 Bill Aitkin .aj ":" V Z . Fred Albrecht J 4 4 w HAVV ,W il John Alger .I ., A Elizabeth Beverlin 1 'if 4,,f" L Linda Blank H , 'xi' f fi Bl kl is., dj 1 Ju y ea ey I V . V . .,. Joan Allen .:Q ' L Martin Allor ' n, .sf I in 4 Mary Allor E , 9,-,ir , Em Bodalwi :iw fi to ft 3 'G 5 'izi 1' Robert Boettcher W S it N -f ' L M Alice Boglin 1 gif? I H K Nola Anselmi QQ G VVilliani Armstrong J- 5 Harvey Babbitt la, fe J' 5 wh I ' .V Alvin Boglln ft 4,5 .sz V fgf fft yt, Michael Bora , A ,tj V ., Knuu 1 ? D ' g A Susan Bovenschen 'if ' If I ji 3 Janice Bakeman V , Mary Ann Baldwin 3 W Q Y Wi A Christina Balkas H ,,:s, 1 ,ik it - ' 1 ' , "A ,sv ' ' Y f' Jacqueline Bradley z,, .K A Judith Brass 4995 . E lf, 47,5 Alfred Brassel ' V Dennis Bancllow .5 .Xlfreda Bankhead at wg., Dorothy Bare A 1 .Q W V ' vie :E '::, v ,. " . ' 6 if Q 3. A I Ted Bratrucl A ,ggi y Kia! I ,yilfirl Lonnie Bressie A 0 ff57'z'5J ' Harriet Bridges fit? Hifi ' A lirlward Barnes VJVQ I Roberta Barnes if ' 1 9? 1 'Z ,-" H-'f ',.'f if Sally Barnum if wi H' f"' Charles Brinker V, fi Hi T Janet Brown if so 'J Carol Bryson 5 3- 5' J - Merle Batkins ' ' -'jg-:ji Doreen Bean J, ,, I w Q Sharon Bonham iw if js, ' ' Rudolph Butlay I 3 1 fi? ggi V W ' James Burke 52 A ' i 3'-'4 fifif. rf U... David Butler X , 'J lilva Benoit Alb. 5: A .5 llzlb .Xrel Benson A 'X A 'A Robert Butkc J' gays X , Mg Dianne Butterfield A , 'X ' " 'lf Carol Buttermore f , 50 Together To Build Up Our Traditions William Caldwell . A :QZI ' V Mary Cannon ' -if ,K K ff fi "" fl I ef W' K 5 .-' ' I' A' L. Judy De Selm as I' Q W' , uubv ' , Q Merie Rose Dickel 5 .. .,,.: i n '- Mary Carey V V A I Valerie Carroll x . X C42 Simon Casanova t in m W M3 Dennis Didalensky iii my 'W Gail Dipaola Brenda Dixon 5 X' ' 1 ' -2 ,-.: Z Gary Caspar Nancy Cassisi W Q William Charbeneau - 7 A janet, Dixson A l "1 w ' joe D' Luge 'T' Diane Donaldson Jean Clarke b Donald Clerc D Q V I Billy Coggins b V3. 1 ,W ' t -E Robert Dooley Will' -F 5 1 .i f Connor Dotson :K W9 .,,. r if f, Ir Charlotte Dubay V R C K ' Patricia Cole J " 1 m -, John Collier 2 CA ga V-l': Rudell Colwell 'W ' f ' 1 e li I Jck Dubay i it it I V4 V, uuz it Ronald Dubay ' X ' , J .,,,. I W ,:,, Kathleen Dubay 3 V Q- . i a :.,, - ,if ,:- nf. is K, .,. ' l 5 in I -- Stewart Compton I Q C A C Karen Cook rg, Y A+ A I Judy Crane N f ,Q b M -',, 4 f Nancy Dubay if z K AE xAV' Carol Ebert Y K ' fs 17 , 'l ,lndy lfby P NancyCron b ' 2 E Q . ' Victor Cummings . -V 'W' --lb 'sm l'l1illip Cumper wi 'rf . . ' 3 f .3 4 t,mQ,5 '73-? ' , V Donald lzckert 3 A v A e If U Q , K 1, fu, Harry Edwards , , Glam J... Michael Edelstein a '5 f I MQW Tony Czarnecki ' f ! U X Sherrell Dedenbach VA I ff: fn w VE lair ,I "." S james Dc-Francis ,X Q3 A' - C tl. Q C W - .ql 2 V ,,,, E It ., Joan Edwards as A e K :- ,X Q' ' Richard Elliott ' eaar Ng Alice Iingleinan ii' I f ' W J Robert Defirove , Q' .Z jane De La Cruz W 3 W ,Q W Carleton De Pew 1 ' S 1 lqza Henry Eschenburg 2 b' sf i A . If 6? K Marlene Eschenburg - . Margie Estes 51 Already, We 'Cf af lg ,fi fill, ,o rJa'orge.r f2'-it 'gfsgffr' ,..,.. . e .,,X A : 1,5555 M HM f at .- eff 3 ,v .HSM ,Q ' A mfs new gr? t. .X 'wry A -gjfrgxr, - ,fs if ,., 3 ,,,, I .. , hai , I flu - 'Al ' 'le V. '1 P , ,W-4. V ' MQW' ' X .' EER r 4 Q, fail 2' r .W f' an z , , ff ' - :.f -, ' ' E' K ' .,, X , :za ...,. K j A - : -'lf A Q G if H 1 f t V 9' 21 1 . f ' 591 433 r gf' ,. W 5 rl Q 'A.:, ' G G K f X::-, -. I Elxffe , K ,, , lf v G fy -r en. V l 35?-ir-is . 'lznr X ' ,-.. ,up 'L b 3 , r. ax . 'rg lfzf ,Xrthnr Fairman George Fairman Sammye Gilley Patricia Ginther I ,,, W ' , .il it fl. ' Have A Treasury Enhanced Ronnie Glefke Thomas Farago l.:erry Faulman llianc Ferdig Janice Gobat Charles Goff Lorraine Golda Sharon Fatty Glenn Flint llryan Finch Dorothy Greene Walter Greene Vic Gregory VVillian1 Fleming joanne Foote Constance Forton Robert Grosshans Dorothy Grunow Gerald Grnnow Muriel Fournier Claudia Fox Gail Fox Marie Gradzinski Arlis Hagen Greta Hallin Kitty liranklin .Xnnie lfrazier Noreen Frink Lester Hamann Pauline Hamilton Deanne Hampton ,luclith Fritz l'atrieia l7ulmer Isabell Gaclie Lnvenia Hampton KathleenHanley Mary Hansen Margaret Galik lillen Gamm Shirley Gardner Marian Harms Marion Harris Mary Alice Harrison Alann-s Gibbons Dorothy Gilbert Bonnie Gillespie Marjorie Harvey john Hatfield Thomas Hay 52 .. :, fr ff X if "f A ' was W ' 1 r 1 ' f A . 1, y Q, , J V , Q . , . 3 1 M' f Q . ' ,, r ff -l : , 52, l, 4 5 A - - A f -or-e, wx .v n y -A 5 4 l M -in I V x Q ig 'G , 4 "f ' r if A or 3, . at X A . I-at lr, . QW A 4 , his . , l , I ggi L, gs. L ggi S , I t 1 'ri as rr 5 f r Q By Profits From A Dance L LL" Joseph Hayden 3 Frank Helzer t ,,, iq, Kenneth Henderson XX it ,..,. .... Bill Johnson up ' E .b Frances Jones J K? .P Lois juengel Peggy Hcnrichsen Geary Henry 'Zi iw Gayanne Hihbert - f- Y , Sandra Kellam X. l Ora Lee Keller 9,, t IJavid icnioran l'atriciaHibbert Marvin Hill J H 3 Carole Hinmon 1.3 it Nancy Kirkuin ,t Barbara Klusendorf " Richard Krall " mnnmz D john Horek J, jndith Hodges 'I Aff Faith Krueger - f'-.., -, Judy Krueger H, i f f ? Clyde Kruse K Gary Hoover In x Carole Hundt F - -'W Robert Horne j in Kathy Kuczynski Sally Kuchenmeister Janet Ann Kunold t Linda Hostetler A I vb W James Howard XL Q t f Lt-nore Howard ,. A 1 ili"' Ronald Kurta Dennis La Croix Iv ' --i---Qi'----f-- gl 5 Raymond La Foroc H K' . .f-2:.t::1'fas'-I 5 e ,A 1 Q Sandy Huffman Linda Hughes 9 at Yeronika Ingraffa A I we x Eugene Langlois fi ' L . , , Nancy Lankcr , rg , Larry Lalfcrrlere 2 b Q . Iilizalxeth jobsc I "-V " " . V Douglas Jones .1 :ta 3 T Marvin Jones .fx , W ' :-' - .gl - il . b v-" Suzanne La Plant , -' f AT Alvin Lawrence I ' ' R i 7 I gif ' Sandra Lawrence 1 " g I I Lon Anna jamrns , 3 A In ,.V. ' Richard Jansen f 'jg ' A K' e Alberta Johnson V- ' . N 'T' W ,wr 1 v I' Shairlyn Lee Y L I Q ' Thomas Leggett f 2 5 ' , ' J Q i Shirley Llliltlllall 53 And Checkroom '7 1 I if!-5 X 8 J Q' if Q' ..-I 'ge . A 4 ,,, 1 43 "Q A 1 1 Q IQ 43, My rv' .ZS Q -ff E.-1 X.: o ' N 5:1 1 A 1' is to E fwffw- at 'W -A , 43? ' ' ll A ., x biz. Q21 ' ' K 4 . . ff-an i': 5 '3 ,, I -Ma I I x if- X . if , A th S. 8 F A i -Q R. . X I fi! f ti fly' t was S A X . 'I L ' X .Qi a ., , A gf eb " . egg ox : . ra-.M r ,F Q L 5 . I : v s. x A 'piggy -3' ipf .Qyjgim?w3 ,,,, m f ' at Athletes Of The Class Of '61 Have Proven I Leon Luedke 'A ,. Q Russell Madaus , I 5 -f V":"Vf A ' V:1V john Madigan " Z, N. . '.. M Qi ,sr .2 -',l. V 'rf V ' M " ' V' 'j ' Bruce Meyers , ,Z A QA W2 , Allie Merriwerher , ff9f5S1'?'E 'ls' Cam' Mme' 1 I . Arline Maginski In 'V ll' ' Robert Magnuson " 'I w ? X a 1 Z' l .M Duane Mallast r' - , is lie , g Henry Miller 5 II' if gf sandra Miner h ' ' A 3 L x :QM Q Robert Miner rr, 'if ' fl Q A Linda Markle 5- -. ' g Walter Marsh R in g s , ' ' 7 4, Pete Martel A er 5 is " .3 Q l M f - I ' Rosemary Minogue 'lf ..- ..i, s ' - ' i l I . V , ' 5 1 Pafflcla Mllllms ' 1 lv -ffl' ' ':"' K J", Sharon Murrell X Q - Clarence Martini ' Harold Martin it 'O "' :: F' is rw , Robert Master .,,,. -A .li .2 'Jiri M M of r l 1 rr jf ff, f Sheelah Murphy -- ' -V M ,, ffl I I Warenjean Mock 4, A VV Y Gail Maul ,, AQ' Z2 X ,,.:, Chaflotfe May fi Q' ' f 'N Q- is , J OSCDI1 Mayes Q ' ly, , - R f "'- 'ri :VQ i - ff Barbara Moore pigs ' " ii'l Joseph Morsewske X ii if ' l ' Dennis Naughton 5' I Roger Maynard ,ew 1 r , ' Allen McCallister , N W4 L EHQ, ,ai AE :" f"", J- ' A Q F William McCallister "' law 'N ' f 'N r A J . UE? es u .M sm W rua s li .1 A V L . Karen Nehls f f l 1 il Rainer Nelson 5 - A an Thomas McDonald ' ""' V Gaye Machowski I ,?A"55v ' on fi Richard McGowan -"" P ,Q ' , Y ' M 'X t 'if -r :L F? ,Z I l?av1d Nljuendorf if a s, U EL 4 , . ' V lbgz if zllz : 5, VA . " ames ewsomc 4, ef "" V Edward Nichols 'ms' , Toni Mckilynn l 3 I V Eugene McLaughlin f gr, 1 'r - ii- lfsthcr MCReynOlds 4, 'W' - V , 4 g . :.. .r 4-ff as W ' ire . , Harry Nichols it ' 'J i YV gr 4 5 W ,, .L jd . . . , X4 ,f 4- jg - iv i My J' , . ra 5 ' ff James Nicholson gi ki' i P i 'ii ' If l NJ Ruth Nichols ' ' ' V Russell McReyn0lds .V-have h QW QHAVQ Sue Ann Meldrum R' A' ":: A , A rlel r 3 , 1 --r'-r' llfalter Meldrum .ia A' "' we is , :af 'il -' sr' M ,,,- Qf , if ' T ' Eugene Nieman It h K ' fi' Deloris Normon "' X F if Marilyn Nyland 54 That They Are The Varsity Ot The Future Sandra Parrott E john Patterson h W my P ,Ioan Paulus as 'Tx " 'W' Az' . 'J' , P v S ' 'n ,h A Jai Q93 Qi fi Ni Tom Reese if rj Q Q f J Eleanor Rehder Q, --.. t A i ri Ioan Reiter f -2-,' f"- 1 - Jeannette Peltier N Bob Pencak K ,A . A W XVilliam Pcrnall wig it " ' xi. t :zz b Adhemar Religaert f' H Y H ' A, 'lf Sharon Reynolds I A 1 tw 'X """" Nelda Rifflils l I P we F Arvel Perry b A John Pieknik 'i A 'L L .A rag. ty gm my? N Phyllis Rendon :" "1 ii!- ' H' V Q At Carl Rivard "" x ..:t 1 A 4 1 F ,Q ii ,V Robert Plciness Q, 4 " t if ' f ' A Robert Risley fi J" Raymond Powser I I ' i Andy Preimesberger 2- t J in ,V iiiwt Gayle Pringnitz m 'ig Pigs jim Robcrtroy P W ' 'P K A ,W ii li in Linda Robine -- I I U Annie Robinson Margo Pringnitz -es 4 t William Pringnitz 1. 'P .. j X fl 1 F552 ,.. My-xii Dennis Prins i5""' is - f in. A I AAN 9 1 . K M Aawj xr' Robert Rocker S Q U X ' K X f' Clara Rollentl "" - fi ri Donald Rout' ii Lili .ii Harold Prudhomme .,,, - A V Donna Prue fi-5 Q we 3 gg - l Norman Pnffpaff A '-..' r -. JW' ,, -2 E -P 'il it 'ig' Robert Rooney ' - fl . L if' Q ii PM Robert Russ I Q5 " fp s in Joseph Rouleau ' P ' 4 5' 'MW it George Pyle .' X 'X Q Carol O'Kelly , .LQ .. aw? .V"t A i ... Ronald Olewski , if .f "'e ' jj .Xnn Ro y -,E - A ,tiki Li wil. T W Suzanne Roy Aa ii lb' rg Roy Rnehle A ' A ,uqu . -P Marshall Orta If D if 2 H blli Charles Raitch gg, be F E Q, :- 1. e ' D" L Ralph Knight A 'Y , , 'ti M' g ,f fl if Thomas Ruehle ' M 1 X f ' August Rnprecht ' ' ' -P t 1 ' i.sf.'Rf2l Xi 5 rn K 'er lm! Harry Russell - ,.,. ' Georgia Rangel ,. A 'Q 3. V i y, 4 Donna Dee Rathe 3, .3 , Q -' , -af VW? David Ratzow has V,, f ,, A M5 t - , X ,, .:.,.' , ' "i"' ' Ruth Rfllllllllllfl A 'np Y ' lrene Sagara P y - .ffl .Q ft 1 ,Indy Salatu 55 l' .fx We Have Become A Part Of M.C.H.S. K , sr i m..2f , :ui 7 Q 'K t Y ' 5 -, I 'A ,ft l J if n ' H :'.. 0 I E ' I- t l i m fe-, 7 K ajf t i ,wg S ' . :IA ., LT?-Pi? U35 6' ,.,, , I ff 2 .,'L1!1i,fyf A Q, 1 Q get N v . Q5-S , Y gli alfmw : H I : Q-: 'ii 5 K3 :Q 1, QQAQ. . W ag Wt A! .fx . L , .tr is vl Wie ef we .Ar 15 3' K flo- fide f- ri Sie W .- WV 3 we ref gig if 'O t-, Jr -rr' h 9, .:,,. eg , 'st s ' ' L .if 9 ' X I 5 'i S .- .af 3, , , ligwl .,-, 45 7 fa, i s tax Q t ,.,- I 4-L9 fi , , ,fa ,, 5 d ll F I Bt-rfla Sanders Willie Sanford Q, Linda Sargent K ' -f S Q T6 .t P i- nw Ann Simon nv '1 ' 3153 L mug, Delores Skinner i 'MT S James Sleight ' ft aj 5 f 3 2 x J Victor Scharnakau H Sylvia Schleuntz Howard Schluessler V X jll ,sa . a ' if Conrad i Smith A A Qi Donna Smith rf X '-ff' , A ' Smith 1 i Mamie M 5 A ae we x Paul Schlutow Richard Schmeltz J I - e ISI 'fl S ' 1 , W am c 1m1 t r ,W QQ We? SM, MWF , . . .t V jf -A Marlene Smith , 1 it Tj James Sommer ' :, .I 5 in O! A A 3 fx fmt S Szmclra Schroeder Nancy Schmidt S Dianna Schultz 3: il in f lu" 4, ' gk gi i i iii R , . Susan Starkey efiw :': - ' 1 Judy Steeh ' ' in Lou Anne Stephenson X 1',g ' " -1 ' Q 5 1 K yy , :: ' -x-':- :ca Nleerium Schultz ,,,. we Florence Schwalm I T' Ralph Scofield was N fl' Nancy Stephens 'ffl XValter Stevenson i" ,Pj i Isabelle Stierle A llernice SCOtt 3 . llorutliy Senecal eff "ff W Tlieresa Sexton 'V A K l .:, . -9 'Q-92 mi Muriel Strauclnnan ,,,:: h W 3 W VXgl11amgStricxl1 zggfi g l it - K , ana .tile tr fi, A, ji. , , 7--I ,loan Sllarrow a. Robert Shimkus 0 'V Ummlcl Showalter ' J, H' ,g m- ' sf e Allen Stuart ' W' Marlene Snlflow K X. g ' tiordon Sutherland , "1 it ,P A' ,P Mary Shorter S Bernard Sieg it llzxvirl Sietz Qi an 'Q 9'5- it '75 ,, QQ ff Karen Sutton W Ronald Sy F Sally 'lnllmf l Ruth Siewert - Hette Sigel V: l'em'lrape Sinauskas 'M 3 J 5 .ta , . JoAnn Taylor 'V A , 1 ' Arthur Tebo VUL K Sharlcne Tanzey 4 E 1 56 john Stadler , f -, HX :W And We Look Eagerly To The Future fr W. 'F' , if f I A . QL D P- 3 1 ' .Q V W1 -C' 1 4 , Q 5 ee i 1 f .V,,i if L' ' i x' , z .. V94-we at we L Q 'ii is s ,. 1, ' W if F 1, ' I. ' k 22:2 . g -"' N X 3 , t Q l Q , Sofft r q M .. :Sf U 'li t is ff Aefe 1 "' ":' 1 V f, T A e Qi use if Aw D - 2 b N W 'gg V N I, A T iz W lg , it ..ite.2: l Q5 ' 3 ' ,T F. K zz., Q N 11 q A m ""' we ' " 3' T e Q- ii f' Q., is D M. I eb . I I vt -'Q :,. A Q e:,.:L,,AQ 1Q :A I 1.6 A as 'M m Bobbie Thomas Donna Thompson Donald Thomas Carolyn Wright A if U 'VT David Wright Y, E '57 xl .lohn Wright A '!' hn,i,, 'Q ofa , . :1l1?i'.!.'M . nirlll '...' re ,loc lhomas George Tillery VVilliam Tiner ' :::j-X . C Dennis Victory 4' gg f . Richard voikcnam wif Richard Weigal ' Gary Titus il Beverly Trombley - .lnhn Tyler La M A da Patricia Wiggins 'A M Sandra Yennor e 4 I ii,. ,Qi Norman Youngski . . :'ii. D 'L Ilelcn Tyson I k Q Joyce Wagner Anna Walker ' k L '5 ' ali Kenneth Zaborski 1- Q Bruce Zerla T Carolyn Ziehm 3 jk ? Michael Walters it Thomas Walker V , 1 Virginia Walker v . ' X 4 ia " Q Henry Ziehm 'A - . Louise Zuhlke 'Q V ' ,Ri '.i. . , . Carol Zorsch ai 6 it it X Marie Warren Roberta Watkins Lawrence Vann Y , 'N :Qf Walter Zurawski 3, -rr! ,-t. 'M eye. 4 Keith Wendt james Wheeler Diane NVl1ittaker H I- 'Nils wwf I si, ew : . ky x I '1 Q, -.," ' - ' -5 Lvssic Whittaker iijiw A QT? .. Cay jim Wiegand ' wr C A 2 ,, Lynrla Wingo "" ' n 5 rj 3 Sandra xVlSSll1llCllCl' Thomas Wolfe f Stanley VVorswick f l Freshman class officers, left to right, QVC: Harriet Bridges, secretaryg Carol Berkhof, VICC' presidentg Susan Starkey, Dl'C5ldCllli alld Joan Allen, treasurer. 57 Cuz' Administ1'ato1's Our Faculty Our Classes Rouse Our In 1 i L J Our Library is a place for qu t t t asts In Knowledge Policy Makers And Administrators Plan Mr. William L.Bei-khof, A.B,,M,A,, Mr. Raymond Wolf, Superintendent Mr, Harold E. Jones, A.B., M.A. Superintendent of Mount Clemens of Buildings and Grounds. High School principal. ADMINISTRATION Many long hours of serious thought and planning has been the lot of the Board of Education members. Their only compensation comes in the form of the knowledge that their efforts have made our school life as complete and as beneficial as is possible. Our administrators, Mr. Berkhof, Mr. jones and Mr. Wolf, all have a part in carrying out the plans and policies formulated by "the Board." It is through their efforts that we have books to study: classes planned for our own special talents: clean, warm rooms with seats for everyoneg and all of the major and minor pieces of equipment needed to keep our school running smoothly. May we, each and every one, take just a moment of our precious time to say "Thank you, sincerely" to these men who have given of their time and of themselves to make M.C.I-I.S. one of the very best. Community Schools. Board 'ot Education members in meeting are: left to right, Mr. Alex Walkerg Mr. Samuel Malbin, presidentg Mr. William L. Berkof, superintendent of schoolsg Mr. Merle St. Aubing Mr. James Nunneleyg Mr. Wayne Sharland, accountantg and Mr. Frank Kissell. 535 ti ,-in 60 And Work To Make Our School The Best ML. Cleo E' Clevell' .A-B-Q M-A-, Miss Ruth Westover' B'A" M'A'1 Mrs Hazel Persson B.A. Director Assistant to the Prmclpril. Stuflcnt Director of guidance, counselor, of gtudcm activities' Fnullish C ll Louncil sponsor. world history, sophomore Class Scllvil-C club Qpoiiicorhqtilcleliit , , , . , , advlser' wuncil adviser. N AID AND ASSISTANCE X Our assistant principal, lVlr. Cleven, finds himself faced with the problems of student parking, "sent from class", smooching in the halls, parents conferences and most of the unpleasant duties of the school. Yet he can smile, "sit in" on student council meetings and be counted on for sound advice to anyone with a problem. Arrange a program? Of course, we'll help you," is always the answer from each of our counselors. Whether you want college or work or just an easy high school career, they'll help you plan it and do their best to place you in your classes. Smallish but not the least of our administrators is Mrs. Persson, director of student activities. lt is she who sees to it that all organizations have a scheduled meeting time and place and an equal opportunity to promote assemblies. Barbara Stubbs and Carol Uhrig hclp out in the interrupted a counseling f01'fefenCebefWCfnMiSS assistant pr1ncipal's office doing some paper work. estoverfmd Janet Beck 50 they graCl0uSlY Smlled for our picture. Asuill O l To Be Or Not To Be . .' Is lust One HW I fx Z .., rf Q " 'ii' , 'W . M M' . ' " A 4 . A -sfai.s-gf-2 1 I 1 '- ,. .,,. I D .f fe 9 1 A si 7 S, x Mrs. Stewart Mr, Parker ' 6 w a! My 'f fiiw ' f K Q Miss AmSl9U1'Y Miss Stromquist FACULTY FACTS MRS. LUCILE STEWART, B.A., M.A. Chairman of English department, English. National Honor society sponsor. MR. RICHARD PARKER, B.A., M.A. English, English C. P., driver education, senior class adviser. MISS DORIS M. AMSBURY, B.A., M.A. ENGLISH Three kinds of English are available for the student at lVl.C.H.S.g Business English, College preparatory English and general English are each designed for a given type of career. Business English has been specincally planned for those students taking a com- mercial curriculum so that they may have a greater preponderance of business letter writing, terminology and style which is peculiar to the world of business. Not eliminated from this course are the Klum' Director of audio-visual-aids department, Linda Spehar and Mary Schwalm diagram sentences English, Audio-Visual-Aids club sponsor. the blackboard in their junior college prep English class MISS ALICE STROMQUIST. BS., M.A. English, English C. P., French, French club gp0n50r.5Qph0n10re C1355 adviggr, Miss Cody's sophomore English class is here readin "Julius Cac sar." Phase Of English Served Up Cn A Platter ENGLISH CCont.J pleasurable parts of English such as literature. College preparatory English has been designed to fill the needs of the student who knows he is going to take the hard road of higher education. This English course stresses the ability to write compo- sitions, grammar and the parts of speech as well as all of the other things which can cause a college student to Hunk out. In addition, the course includes some of those things which can be useful outside of college. Sharon Reynolds, Linda Blank and Florence Schwalm display models of Lincoln's log cabin used to illus- trate the story of his life in their English class. English students Margueritte Peters, Lillie Rangel, Barry McGill, Billie Lively and Donna Erb read to a tape background. operates the machine. s .. 1 ll! t lx Q I . Mr. Byfd Miss Klein . Q 11 ef S . ir' .2 .ev vi--Q 1 sf fl' . ,,.,.,. . Miss Cody Miss Hayes FACULTY FACTS MR. VERNON BYRD. B.A.. English, English C. P., speech, Masque :intl Wig club sponsor. MISS IRENE KLIEIN, B.S., M..-X. English, business English, senior class so sponsor. MISS ALICE CODY. ISA., M..X. English, jouranlisni, Mirror sponsor MISS MARY K. HAYS, Ph.B. English, Cheerleaders sponsor. Not Pictured MISS ELEANOR DENNERT. MA. English, junior class adviser, sports hanquvt sponsor. Eat It, Wear It, Listen To It -- It Must Q 1 Y ' , fi- ' FACULTY FACTS 'I ' YR ' - i 1' - ,,. .ltr MISS MIRIAM MOORMAN, B.S. L I Uggfj Chairman of home economics department, -e ,, 3 ,M homemaking, cafeteria cooking. Future Home- , I ' . makers of America. sponsor. 3 R ii Q MRS. GLORIA PAGE, Bs. if v g,.5. at 35 Homemaking, clot.hing, Y-Teens sponsor. Miss Moorman Mrs Page Mrs Dixon MRS' OLIVE DIXON' B'S' ' 5 ' English, homemaking, Junior class adviser. MR. WARREN F. BEAUMAN, B.M., M.M. I Chairman of instrumental music department, senior band, junior band, beginning band. qA-. zu. A MR. EARLE BOARDMAN, B.M. W .. . ,.-- , Senior orchestra. lt: "" Zi" MR. GERALD . ROBINSON, B.S., B.A., V : 6:3 . , 5 ff , f' , M W, ...-- QAI, Choir, boys' lee club, girls' glee club, mixed chor s. ' .... . 1' ,l at :'l KL fl :Vi , -.,--, - If I-1151, .,-. 5 V4 I ' f' Mr. Beauman at r. Boardnian Mr. Robinson .ftp ' if David Baldwin isn't hiding from the camera, he Ruth S'ewert, Roberta Watkins and Sandra Schroeder - - - Cback io cameraj all have learned to use the sewing and -'Ioan Relter and Sandra Schroeder are Just . . . . looking for a utensil in one of their kitchen cabinet machine in their clothing class. drawers in foods class 64 Carry A 'Made At M.C.H.S.' Label HOMEMAKING DEPARTMENT Cooking, sewing, child care-these are just a few of the skills which are taught by the Mount Clemens High School home economics department. Cooking classes are carried on in MCHS' modern food laboratory. Starting in the ninth grade, the girls begin to learn to cook very simple foods. They also learn the basic rules of nutrition and how to buy food carefully and economically. As the girls continue in these cooking classes, they learn to cook the more complex dishes and they also study nutrition in greater detail. ln sewing, the girls also start out learning the basic fundamentals of hand and machine sewing, and they make several simple gar- ments. ln the more advanced sewing classes, the girls learn to select materials and patterns, and they sew more complicated clothing. Child care courses are conducted to teach girls how to feed, handle and care for the infant as well as the older child. The girls study training of the child, the right toys and books for children, and many other phases of child care. MUSIC DEPARTMENT All of the musical groups of Mount Clemens High School are part of the music department. These include the band and orchestra, and all the singing groups such as the A Capella Choir and the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs. The Band and Orchestra are two of the indespensible organizations at MCHS. Keep- ing up our school spirit at football games and representing MCHS at various band festivals in Michigan are just two of the functions of the Band. The organization presents concerts during the year and plays for pep assemblies. The MCHS ACapella Choir is another busy group. Besides participating in the annual operetta and singing for several school assem- blies, the group also presents public concerts, and often represents Mount Clemens High School at other schools and state festivals. Many students who want to get in the ACapella Choir first join the Girls' or Boys' Glee club to get practice in group singing. All of these groups help to make the MCHS music department outstanfcling. 9 gi Pat Gillett . 9 if , I ws: we 3 Some band members don't play all the time. At this rehearsal the drums got a rest. Grouped around the piand for an informal songfest are accompanist, Jill Ball and choir members Jolyne Johnson, Carolanne Gobble Don Chapman, Carol Sue Donaldson and Mathematics And Industrial Arts Go Jim Henry draws out a geometry problem on the blackboard. MATHEMATICS With the increasing interest in science and outer space in this country has come new interest in the mathematics depart- ment of Mount Clemens High School. Formerly, most students who took any math courses were planning to go to colleege. This is no longer quite as true as students who are taking the general and business courses at MCHS now take mathematics. Many different math courses are offered at Mount Clemens High School. Most business training students take one or more of the commercial mathematics courses. One course is bookkeeping. Particularly popular among general course students and others who need more background before entering more difficult math courses is general math. This course teaches various mathematical processes which are useful in daily life. FACULTY FACTS MR. EMERY ALBEE, B.A., M.A. Chairman of mathematics department, algebra trigonometry, senior class co-sponsor. MISS MARIE WRIGHT, B.A., M.A. English, algebra, freshman class adviser. MR. CHARLES R. EVANS. B.S. General mathematics, algebra. athletic depart ment activities. MR. CHARLES VV. STEPHENSON, RA, M.M. Counselor, general mathematics. algebra. MR. ALLAN OLDS, B.S., M.A. Algebra, geometry, general mathematics, tunnis john Maag st.udied, Debbie Daniels and Lynne 003011- Oak put their work on the board and Tom Schamehorn watched the C3-ITICT3! 1 533' 'i.' . 'iii' X ' . ' .. f i as ,T g. ' A st- H K-tw: A W 1 . - ai e ziif V , J' tw an . :i,V:Al,Afk3f A , JA ..,... x Fr , Vv,Jg'f l V ..,. . . K g fr it 1 -"-- iii fi' Q A 3 wi A ' Mr. Albee Miss VVright Mr. Evans Mr. Stephenson Mr- Olds Hand-In-Hand, Math Is A Shop Tool INDUSTRIAL ARTS For the boy who hopes someday to leam a trade, the Mount Clemens High School industrial arts department is very helpful. All of the courses teach the background of the trades, and in this way help the boy to decide which trade he is particularly interested in. ln woodworking classes, the boys learn the techniques of handling wood, laying out patterns, and the actual building of objects. Printing classes turn out much of the printed material that is used at IVICHS. ln the beginning classes, the boys and a few girls learn the fundamentals of type and the methods of setting type. The more advanced classes print up the library and hall permits, posters, tickets and programs. The drafting classes teach the boys the fundamentals of architecture and drawing to scale. In advanced classes, the boys make a complete set of house plans. Both teachers' cars and students' get a good going-over in auto-mechanics class as the boys learn about the "workings" of cars. Last but not least of the industrial arts courses is the metal shop. The boys learn welding and machine shop. FACULTY FACTS MR. DONALD B. GERKEY, B.S., MA. Chairman of industrial arts department. industrial arts, dratting, junior class adviser. MR. HUNTER JUDD, BA., M.E. Industrial arts. woodshop, Stage Crew sponsor. MR. RICHARD 1. DIXON, B.S., M.S., Industrial arts, printing, Yearbook Staff sponsor. MR. ROY MITTELSTADT, B.S., MS. Industrial arts, metal shop, welding, senior class adviser. MR. JERRY R. BAKER, B.S. Industrial arts. woodshop, driver education, freshman class adviser. Not Pictured MR. VERNON C. JOHNSON, BS.. MA. Industrial arts. auto mechanics, drivcr education, Projt-ction Crew sponsor. Q' F "V - .sm N Kamik .. I-ff.. is t W "' ,..-f' i' A .. ,iifxf j r V ? Q' mug, Ken Durst, printing III student, sets large size wood type into a poster. Roh Both-n. Lawrence Hclzer and 'Nltlmn Snnps n 'ipply the finishing touches to their hookshclxe in woodshop is im .fl 3 5 I Qrrt " ay MQ I5 . ,B X . sie h I. 6, . i 'i K t f Mr. iicrkey Mr, Judd, Mr. Dixon Mr. Klittclstzltlt Xl: Baku H7 The Library Supplies Many Of The Source sv- Geoffry Sirmay, Donna Erb and Zita Lozen "carry- on" with their work in their library methods class. SOCIAL STUDIES Probably one of the widest ranges of courses is offered by the MCHS social studies department. History, geography, economics, government, sociology, and this year a new course, foreign relations, are available to the student. Each student is required to take at least two of these courses, United States history, and United States government, which is taken in the senior year. The rest of the courses are elective. The social studies department of Mount Clemens High School offers the student many opportunities to elect several interesting courses. LIBRARY "Expand" was the watchword of the Mount Clemens High School library dur- ing the "57"-"EDS" school year. The library added several shelving sections as well as many new books in both the fiction and non-fiction Fields. Few students of MCI-IS do not use the library a great deal. Therefore, each year freshman English classes visit the library, and the librarian shows them around the library, explaining the use of various things such as the card file, dictionaries, "Readers Guide", and many other reference materials. Nadelle Levine, Sallie Lewis, Mike Malbin, Steve Levine, Janice Moore and George Lane make up a panel for discussion in their international relations class. X Materials For O, r Mr. Lockwtg 4 . Mr. Lohrberg Mr. W iggins , .1 V . . a, ' ' fr . .... x. V 4 '4' 2 5 QQ ,Q I ' FACULTY F X' MR. JACK LoHR'PJis'iEB.A., M.A. Chairman of social studies department, world history, global geography, Youth Forum sponsor. MR. GEORGE WIGGINS, B.A., M.A. U. S. history, Noon Hour activities, baseball coach. MR. DONALD ADAMS, B.A.,-.M.A., U. S. history, government, Hi-Y sponsor. MRS. EUNICE GIAMBRONE, B.A., M.A., B.S., L.S. Librarian, library methods, Y-Teens co-sponsor. MR. CLAY SHOEMAKER, B.A., M.A. U. S. history, economics, junior class advisor. MR. ROBERT R. LOCKWOOD. B.S. Government, world history, Noon Hour activities, basket ball coach. MR. NORMAN KEEHN, B.A., M.A. U. S. history, world history, athletic department activities, Student. Council adviser. MISS CHARLOTTE V. LaBREW, B.S. Ass't librarian, library methods, Student Council adviser, Bible club sponsor. MR, WILLIAM MOWRY, B.S., M.A. VVorld history. football coach, Noon Hour activities, M. C. club adviser. MR. DAVID MCEVERS, B.S. Physical education, natural history, athletic department activities. Not Pictured MRS. RUTH NICKEL, B.A. Sociology, world history, Future Teachers club sponsor. Study Oi Social Living Mr. Adams Mrs Giambronc Mr. Shoemaker Miss LaBrew Mr. Mowry Mr, MCE,-ers r t l I l Rebecca Barna points to an interesting item on Mr. Adams' bulletin board. 69 Scientific Knowledge, As Used Today, Can Miss Durant 5 ,JIS if 7 Q2 :E fi eff f Wt YS ,..:., U Mr. Bielawski Miss Youngs I 4' i-:, 1, I 1" bbii I .- f. ,,, Mr. SDUYY its eddo 4 i"' by Mr. Zurakowski :q,s M A V' Mr. Erusha ,k'.ji'i 1 W .4,. i..:,: f 'W "'1"- B? I N. . sstiitif --' w i Mrs. ,ludd Mrs. Robinson Connie Wleisner and Donna Levine wait their turns at the microscope in their biology class. FACULTY FACTS MISS FLORENCE F. DURANT, B.A., M.S., B.Th. Chairman of science department, biology, hi- ology C. P., sophomore class sponsor. MR. PAUL R. ZURAKOWSKI, M.S. Chemistry, Science club sponsor. MR. RALPH A. BIELAWSKI, BA., MA. Geometry, physics, Science club co-sponsor. MR. DONALD R. ERUSHA. B.A. Biology, natural history, athletic department activities. MISS BEATRICE YOUNGS, B.S.. Chairman of attendance department, study hall, freshman class sponsor. MRS. NORMA JUDD, BA., M.E. Attendance adviser, study hall, Y-Teen coe- sponsor. MR. SPURR, B..-X., MA. .Xttcndance adviser, study ha.l, Key, club sponsor. MRS. LYLA ROBINSON, BA., Attendance adviser. study hall, frcslnnan class adviser. Not Pictured MRS. MARY TAYLOR, B.A. Study hall, Latin, junior Red Cross sponsor. 70 Be Achieved Only Through Diligent Study SCIENCE DEPARTMENT With Sputnicks and Explorers orbit- ing in space. and the new nationwide emphasis on science. Mount Clemens High School's science department has be- come more and more important. The department has begun to work on a new, more advanced science program which will offer future MCHS students a wider choice of subjects and fields in science. It is hoped that with all the science courses it is possible, that Mount Clemens High School will help train some of the nationls scientists. ATTENDANCE CENTERS Attendance centers or study halls offer to every student the opportunity to do all or part of his homework in school, which gives him more free time outside. lt is also the place where he may go for connselfng or attendance matters. The counselor or attendance advisor in the study hall is someone a student may go to whenever he has a problem. The teacher handles problems concerning schedules, credits, or even any personal problems. The student is able to go to QW . 'af is Nw. P Dick Copeland demonstrates the refraction of light with a hght beam and prism in his physics class. l1nice Bujak Darlene Durst and Evelyn Cotter Harriet Coleman and Ioan Coleman get absence -'A ,I ' , Q . . admits from Mr. Spurr. A-D attendance advisor. du Wlflcdl M'L'H'S' Students at work In then study hall. 71 W. 'j." l.j1Q, ' 2715655 'M 2 ,fjp rifffizi N ,N 7 iayzf 3 42+ ,. f- ' we fr Figures Don't Tell Lies, But They Can Be hflr Qhnrlnnfl Nil.-s 'I'..,,1.,.l.-lv: H.. xi Pat Gillis and Sallie Lewis practice their typing diligently in their typing class. Barbara Kolznak and Shirley Miller learn the intricacies of the computing machine in their business machine class. 72 5 ,ef f'l 'Q ES S M gw 6 Q-"" f fr 5 MPN was . ir - - - , Mrs. Gerkev Mrs. Brzmh 7a 1 n A V . am BUSINESS EDUCATION Students taking any of the three programs offered by lVl.C.I-I.S. may come into contact with the business education department. One of the most popular courses with students is typing. Those preparing for a career in the business world take it: college prep and general students take it to gain a valuable skill. The department also offers short hand, office machines and bookkeeping. Short hand is designed primarily for those persons desiring stenographic work. Office machines is built to teach some of the modern methods of handling the many details of office practice. Bookkeeping attracts those people who are interested in learing to keep simple books either for personal reasons or for business reasons. The business education department is particularly well adapted to do voca- tional training for students entering the field of business who do not intend to go on into higher educational fields. FACULTY FACTS MR. WAYNE SHARLAND, B.S., M.A. Chairman of business education department, bookkeeping, Usher club sponsor. MISS MARGARET TUCHOLSKI, B.S., M.S. Typing, retailing, School Store manager. MR. JERROLD MARKHAM, B.S. Spanish, typing, business training, sophomore class adviser. MRS. IEVELYN B. GERKEY. Typing, business training, Internal Accounts manager, Y-Teens adviser. MRS. V. MADELINE BRANI-IAM, B.S. Typing, office machines. junior class sponsor. Not Pictured MISS HULDA DAEUBLER. B.S.. B.A., MA. Director of coordination and placement. short- hand, Office Training club sponsor. M Y l Made To Speak The lianguage 9S1I9d Q? 15 Mrs' Swiney Mrs. Penzien Miss Sclunulr Mrs. lxflltlllg Mr. Moltmakcr LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT l Both modern languages and ancient are offered to students by the M CHS Language Department. French, German, Latin and Spanish are available for stu- dents who are interested in the world outside our country and in learning a language other than their own. ln the past years, interest in foreign languages has increased because of the vital situation in the world. lVlany students take foreign languages because of their interest in world affairs, in order to get into college and for many other reasons SPEECH The speech department, including speech, debate, advance speech, and junior and Senior dramatics strive to build within each student the ability of good conversation and expression Of thought- Bill Albee puts some Gel-man on the board. Speech I, II, and Ill help the student Wonder if he knows what he wrote? to do this by acquainting him with the basic fundamentals of talking. Debate gives him further practice in discussion and self-expression. All of these together help to ready the student for any situation he may meet. FACULTY FACTS MRS. GLADYS SNVINEY, B.S. Shorthand, typing, magazine sales business manager. MRS. ELIZABETH PENZIEN, B.A., M.A. Latin. Latin club sponsor. MRS. MARGARET S. SCHMUTZ, B.A., M.A. Chairman of language department, Spanish, German, Foreign Correspondence club sponsor, Needy Student Fund sponsor. MRS. VIRGINIA ADAMS, B.A., M.A. English. Y-Teens adviser. MR. DEAN R. MOLTMAKER, B.A., M.A. Speech, dramatics, junior and senior dramatic activities. Y - Not Pictured MR. LEE KITTREDGE, B.S. Commercial law, business training, driver education, Student Council adviser. john Collier used his Vandegraff electro-static generator :ls thc subject of his ClCll1OlISfl'3.ll0l'l spcccll. 73 E Physical Well-Being And .. . t Q -lf, Qifgx ,wifi , f i A 'Q Atari! 7 A at - W Miss. w v .gwwsggin Mrs. Puchalla Mr. Choiniere - f' MZ , liflt iw . J Mr. Nemeth Mrs. Racine These girls in a sophomore gym class are participating in an outdoor game of speedball. Miss Scheid Mrs. Kendrick Happiness Rely FACULTY FACTS MRS. PATRICIA PUCHALLA, B.S. Girls' physical education, Leaders club, Aqua- bclles sponsor, G.A.A. activities. MR. ROBERT L. CHOINIERE, B.A., M.A. Speech, boys' physical education, athletic department activities. MISS BARBARA E. SCHEID, B.A. Girls' physical education. G.A.A. sponsor, Aquabelle adviser. MR. CHARLES NEMETH, B.S., M.A. Boys' physical education, counselor, swimming coach. MRS. ELEANOR KENDRICK, B.A. Girls' physical education, G.A.A. and Aqua- belles activities. MRS. KATHLEEN H. RACINE, B.A. General art, special art, Art Service club sponsor. ' Not Pictured MR. ERNEST J. BUCKHOLZ, B.S., M.E. Director of health and physical education. pp they go! Four at a time in the pole cl1mb.' All freshman boys do this in their gym classes. 7-1- Q-f .5 as On Good Food And Pleasant Creations PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Offering recreational activities and sports are just two of the func- tions of the Mount Clemens High School physical education depart- ment. This department also endeavors to instill in the student a sense of sportsmanship, determination a n d health. ART DEPARTMENT General art and special art are the two classes offered by the Mount Clemens High School art department. The general art class is for beginning art students and those students who are interested in learn- ing the fundamentals of the various art forms. The art department is offering the student an opportunity to express himself in art while learning useful skills. '2 "R Grouped around 'Miss Josephine Krauss. secretary to the principal, are office assistants Mrs. Marilyn Sumner. Mrs. Wrmfred Kups, Mrs. Iris Lawrence and Mrs. Reida Aston. Q , wx we -1, ei w W. .s5, i Oil painting, as done by Shirley Wilson, is only one of many activities in our art department. Cafeteria personnel Mrs. Rachel L. Tackx, Mrs. Ruth Bovenschcn, man- ager, and Mrs. Helen Pyle at the steam table. 75 Wt? ,QQ tin ta .rf . 9 H wir f S wt. -f-Q.. an i lam - . fs N-an Cuz' Organizations Cur Publications Our Music Upen The Doors T N 'N E E M ua. N 'E N 'N F Q K HU nu Hi fxffiyrlf 2,5 if-A N X sms:-,K 3 sry, x fn-Q tim , xrx- - X X 3Q,,:.'-NS, f as 3?-.Q Kg' 'N-Dltjotf 2 'fgti -'xg Xxxwf fs'-XJ: 2-1-Q51-X X X ,r V3 igrxislr,-img ' ,. vitffx . Y. .mmixx-:X . , ' X KNCH-y.w K X s. -1'5'YN 'L ' :ig af- a -. ,Kyiv kk K im, V: wi- p-XI:-wa, ., Igxga-Ibm Irs: Mx.-b?iSS7f:g:N "-Jr xTN'Wib i NF- if Nix Ja N 'M X. - 1, m KN- Ns 'Q 3 RQ?-I"5QFe'Ii 'WT wiwx- During Holy Week, some of our organizations sponsored morning chapels in the Presbyterian church ' It 1 G th all Ura IOW 77 at f Barry McGill waits his turn as Mrs. Juclcl helps Ron XYoltnian with his enrollment problems. Mr. and Mrs. Kowalczyk chat with Mr. Zuraltowski when they Caine to school for Parc-nts Night. lfootlmll king, Mr. Roy Nicholson, crowns .Xnu Vz1nBevcr queen as members of her court, Sally Bohcean, julie Brush and Sandra Procissi look on. 78 Chronology SEPTEMBER . . . After a long, hot summer, enroll- ment time came around again. For three days, the 4, 5 and 6, it was the usual round of scared freshmen and impatient upper-classmen. Some of us thought it would never end, but with the help of the teachers Cincluding several new ones, and the student aides, we managed to survive .... The energetic junior class got the year off to a lucky start by sponsoring a dance on Friday the l3th. By the end of the second week of school, things were "back in the old routine," and Saturday, the Zlst found the Battling Bathers traveling to Grosse Pointe for the first football game of the year. Un- fortunately the wrong team won that game .... As we looked around school during the next week, we could see the beginning of the mass invasion of Asiatic Hu which would soon hit us .... The week of the 26th was a busy one with the sale of football season tickets, year- book reservations, a Student Council meeting, the distribution of freshman class officer petitions and a pep assembly. Friday, the 27, probably the greatest day of the year, saw "our boys" break a two-year long losing streak by trouncing Van Dyke, 24-0. The jinx was broken, and joy reigned. OCTOBER . . .The first week of Cctober was largely devoted to freshmen. Petitions for class officers were turned in: primary elections were held on Thursday and on Friday the Bathers took on Birmingham. fGloom!l . . . On Tuesday, the 18th, the Service Club was back on the job distributing All-States pictures. f"Do l really look like that?"l Freshman class officer elections were held on Thursday, and on Friday, the Port Huron game. CDon't worry, we'll get that little Brown jug back yet.J The Mirror Staff gave a very funny skit to get their sales cam- paign off to a Hying start on Tuesday. That night, the freshmen sponsored a skating party .... The first vacation of the year was on Thursday and Friday when our teachers went to Detroit for Teachers' lnstitute .... If the hrst week of the month was dominated by freshmen activities, the third week was taken over by the seniors. Tuesday, seniors took the national Scholarship Qualifying Tests, and Thursday was "College Night" for seniors and their parents. Friday was homecom- ing, and although the Bathers dropped the game to Hazel Park, the Homecoming Chronology queen, Ann Van Bever, her court, and the dance sponsored by the senior class made the evening a great success. NOVEMBER . . . November came roaring in on a happy note as we beat East Detroit at their homecoming game, Zl to 6. Monday was quiet, but there was a mad scurry on Tuesday as we prepared our Helens" for a locker inspection. Wednesday was Parents' Night, and the ax fell as our parents came to school to "meet the teachers." The final game of the football season was played in bitter cold, but the fans were warmed as the Bathers came across with a 20 to 7 win over Berkley. . . . Tuesday the l2th was busy with the Y -Teens informal initiation, and the E.lVl.l... conference at Hazel Park. The rest of the school week was very quiet. Saturday, November I6, the senior class presented the comedy, "Goodbye, My Fancy" which was received with en- thusiasm .... Tuesday, the l9th, we Fire had a safety assembly to observe Prevention week, and on Friday, the sophomores got into the act with a dress- up dance. The following Monday the Masque and Wig went to Detroit to see the comedy hit, "Auntie lVlame." . . . Tuesday we all attended a Thanksgiving assembly put on by our vocal and instru- mental music departments. That evening the Y-Teens held their formal initiation in the First Presbyterian church and at the close of the day Wednesday we all went home to turkey and 'rest over Thanksgiving. DECEMBER . . . December 2nd found us back in school suffering from Uturkeyitisn and already eagerly looking forward to Christmas .... That first day back, we were entertained during the noon hour by lVlr. Gerald Gerard, who gave a concert on our new electric organ. The rest of the week passed quietly, and we spent the weekend demolishing the rest of the turkey .... On December I0th, the Bather five, hampered by lack of height and experience, dropped the first away game to Grosse Pointe. Friday the lVl.C. swimming team opened its season at Royal Oak Kimball .... The next week- end was a BIG one as the Y-Teens put on the "Snowball" one of their two annual formal dances. The Civic Center, where the dance was held, was decorated in the theme of a "silver slipper," and the large crowd stayed late fand had a Mary Lou Hayden, Carol Kowlaczyk, Colleen Gillespie Sandra Gobat, Dale NVebb, Judy Bennett, Becky Howard and Julie Brush enact a scene from the senior play "Goodbye My Fancy Brent Anthony and Barbara Kolznak were only two of the many gay couples who enjoyed the "Snowball Ioan Syrja-helped at enrollment. time, this was one among the many services she performed to win the D A R Go d Citizenship award, 79 Chronology good time.J . . . The music department again became busy on Thursday, the l9th, as all of the glee clubs, choirs and instrumental groups presented the Christ- mas Concert for the students, and, in the evening, for the general public. The art department had made a series of huge Christmas cards which illustrated the music .... Friday we all went hither and yon for a long, long vacation. JANUARY . . . January 6th found us back in school with Christmas behind and exams fshudderll ahead. Along with exams, january was devoted largely to basket- ball and swimming .... Birmingham High School was fully represented on Friday the 10th as they journeyed here to meet both the swimmers and the basketball squad. The basketball game was followed by a hop sponsored by the class of '59 .... The next week was given over to swimming and basket- ball too: Monday-swimming, Edsel Ford, Tuesday-basketball, Port Huron, and Fri- day-swimming and basketball at Hazel Park . . . Saturday brought a welcome relief from sports as the music department presented the annual Winter Concert. fThe Band and Orchestra deserve a :hm ...f-' Mixt-rl emotions show 'ill the fzwts of Kathy Kohn, Sally lfaton, Sharon Brownson, Carol Hinmon, Bob Eaton. Fred ticrtls, Suzy Dixon and Sylvia Maintzcr as they compare results on their report cards . x nlurlv throughout tht- war L-:ich class sponsors an after-grunt' :lance and 21 full evening dance. Here, as at INOSY tt thcln. thc dress is casual :incl the dancers appt-ar to ln' K'l1,1U3'l'lf3 IIN mllblf- SU Bankers Marie Di Vergilio and Gary Ellis greet. a 'pro- spective customer when the bank opened for business in February. Chronology cheer for their hard work and entertain- ing concertslj . . . Monday, the 27th, was the first day of exams, and Wednes- day we all staggered home to rest our bruised brains .... By Friday, we had rested up enough to come to watch the Bather Five get dropped by East Detroit. and attencl the frosh sponsored "D hop afterward. FEBRUARY . . . After a long week-end, we bounced into February and Monday the 3rd found us with report cards in hand. f"My parents will kill melul On Tuesday. the Y-Teens presented an all-school assembly featuring Dr. Martin Sobel who spoke on "Brotherhood," and that evening the basketball squad journeyed to Birming- ham. After only a two-day rest, the squad was off to Port Huron on Friday. . . . Wednesday found the teachers enjoying the annual Staff Breakfast in the M.C.H.S. cafeteria. The next day "Joe" was back to get the magazine sales off to a good start with an assembly, and the sales, which lasted eleven days, were a big success. MARCH . . March was a busy month on the nb-mn-uname Wilbur ln lit-brnary, the Student Council has its animal ll1Llf.fZ1ZlllC sales campaign. Marilyn Farber and Mike Malbin display the prizes to be won by the top student salesmen in this year's contest. ln "Rehearsal For Death," the junior play, Charles Wither- spoon Uerry 'Bovenschenl is dead: Stella Carlisle Uudy Dorrl has famtedg and Phil Stanhope CChuck Baarckj holds the death weapon. Dorothea Kuehn, monitor, gets her homework done while on duty on her monitor post. 82 Chronology MCHS stage. A "Carousel" came to life on Saturday the Sth as the vocal music department presented one of the best operettas in recent years at MCHS. Three weeks later on March 29, the junior class presented " Rehearsal For Death" a comedy-mystery which was unusual and well done .... On Friday, March 28th, the MC Club took over the gym with their annual basketball game, and, as usual, the game was a riot, and ended the month with a bang. APRIL . . . The Easter Assembly was the first order of business for April, followed by spring vacation. Saturday, the l9th. found the music department busy again with the Spring Concert. The assembly on Tuesday, the 22nd, featured "outside" entertainment in the form of Mr. Cecil Houghton .... The lVl.C.H.S. Y-Teens sponsored the second of their two annual dances, the Spring Swing, on Saturday, April 26, which was attended by a large number of MCHS students and their guests. MAY . . . MC Acquabelles got the month off to a good start with their annual water r ,WMM , . Office assistant, Delores Harms, runs the daily announcements and exams onthe duplicating machine. Chronology show which they presented on May, l, 2, and 3. The show, was, as usual, very good, and showed the results of hard work on the part of the Acquabelles. . . . Wednesday, the 7th, found the band busy with the Band Festival, and on Friday, the 9th, the senior class sponsored a casual - dress dance .... Thursday, May l5, was a rather sad day around lVl.C.H.S. as the Y-Teens said "Farewell" to their senior members, and Monday, lVlay 26, saw M.C.H.S. saying "thanks" to the athletes with a Sports Banquet. JUNE . . . June was given over almost entirely to seniors. There were two exceptions to this with the National Honor Society assembly and reception on Tuesday, june 3, and the Honors Awards Assembly on Tuesday, June I0 .... Tuesday, the l3th saw the seniors taking Final exams, and Saturday of that week was the junior- senior prom .... With the next week came the "end of the road" for the class of '58, Sunday, june I5-Baccalaureate, Tuesday. the l7th-Class Night, and Finally on Thursday-Commencement. . . . We said goodby to the class of '58, moved up a grade, and then went home to rest up for '58-'59. 1.-0" . u M,,.,--"" Qftwenii TV K M79 lgop 5 nd l'llS .M .,t, --f-I .XKlY2lllt'k'll lll'1ll-flllg sluclcnts llill Lurlom' mul lim' lx-lil pa'v1v:i1't- :1 nun' inst-rt lor thc Using' sign. mitrli-ui' zlelvci- . . - . ' . lntly Bennett SCIIIUI. -llvllk-HH H" UU lTJl7D3 -if N f g 1' ' ll- t 'ne if thc 19:8 semoi . -, ' , , , . ' hum" IH 'H' LMI Kimi ' Nu L H-grrlyr-5 ht-r diploma from Mr. llerltliof. supirin mum ' tcnclcnl ul' scliools. Student Government Creates Understanding l The student council revision committee of Larry Winstanley, Bill Weller, Jack Consiglio, Carole Hunrlt, Agusta Opper and Mrs. Persson meet around the conference table. Bottom row: llcft to rightil R. Hill. G. Dil'oali, Rl. Uurzyk. L. Hostetler, B. XVood, J. Brush, L. Spehzir, N. lisCl'lClllJl.ll'Q, Syrja and B. Kolznak. Second row: S. Mittlestadt, L. Rohinc, 5- Millvf. l'. XViggins :incl S. Bovenschcn. C. lYright, C. Hunclt, A. Lottrcl. C. Hininon, Third row: Mr. l'li'vc11. sponsor, nl, Bggirqk, STUDENT COUNCIL "To create the highest degree of co- operation between the student body and the administration and to have an active voice in the activities of the school government." This is the purpose of the IVICHS Student Council. Every member has contributed and done his part to help the council accomplish its purpose. The Student Council is made up of your elected officers and one representa- tive from each social studies class and freshman English class. The president, Larry Winstanley, who was elected by the student body, led the group efficiently. He was aided by the other student-elected officers: Vice-president, Bill Weber: sec- retary, julie Ann Brush: and Treasurer, Gary Scar. Meeting every other week, the council has done a great deal during the year. The biggest money making project was the magazine sales which they sponsored. The goal, set at S7000 for this event wasn't quite met but almost everyone did his share. Money from the sales has gone toward the cinemascope screen and adapter, coin machines and bookkeeping machine for the accounting office, and S5500 for the Mirror. Also, this money has purchased a new movie camera for school activities and athletic events. ll. Kirkwood, ,-X. Lawrence, F. Casanova ,l. Scantlirito, QI. DcFrancis, XV. Biggs, Gregory and A. Johnson. F 0 u r t h r o w -I. Rohcrts, C. XVcisner. R. Millar. G. Br a il. Schlnt-ntz, R. Copeland, T. XYitkowski. M Malhin. XY. XYeher and J. Olsen. If . . W ' ' 1 M 5 A ,NN 1 Between Administration And Student Body Ralph Czarnecki and Doris Bcverlcin move thc The Student Council clean-up day wasn't all work magazine sale thermometer up and up toward the 35.5115 IJICUIFC Of BOUUIC Jolly and NHUCY HCUYY goal, Wlll attest. Bottom row: Qlcft to rightl Mrs. Persson, M. Wheeler, G. Trabue, S. Starkey, C. Berkhof adviser, P. Gillctt, R. Riojas. G. Mass, j. Blasic, and M. Farber. Third row: NV. Rastiquc, H. M. Rooney, C. Fox, B. Tyveln, J. Drummoncl Zurawski, G. Scar, W. Albee, S. Lcvine, I.. and G. Bock. Second row: J. Edwards, C. Winstunley, B. Ellis and R. Czarnccki. Kncllcnmeistcr, VI. lfscll. 0. Burk, M. jones, S5 Quietly And Efficiently They Serve AUDIO-VISUAL-AIDS CLUB Another of the indispensible service clubs of MCHS is the Audio-Visual-Aids Club. Students who are interested in running auclio-visual equip- ment and learning about their uses can be members of the A.V.A. Every student at MCHS is familiar with the function of the A.V.A. Showing movies in class- rooms, running opaque projectors, using tape recording machines-all of these functions of the A.V.A. are familiar to the student in the classroom. Dick Havel performs the weekly task of oiling all the movie projectors. Carol Ziehm and Mary Tesner prepare to splice a broken film Bottom row: Qleft to riglitj Miss Ainsliury, jones, B. Dozicr, L. Bodanyi, D. MacMillan, sponsor, D. Rachow, S. Goliat, S. XViss1nucllcr, R. Havel and NV. Cribbs. Third row: J. Kukuk, J. Gobat, S. Neisch, C. Zielim. lf. Yokom. M. J, Peltier, J. Pearl. j. Kursteiner, R. Scofield, Tesner and P. Skinner. Second row: R. Balm- D. Lee, D. Chapnian and R. Odell. cock, NV. Aitken, D. Kimmel, R. Odell, M. 86 From Biology To Physics A Place For A11 SCIENCE CLUB Organized in l957, the Alpha Sigma Rho Science Club of MCHS has become a very large and active group. The club is made up of both boys and girls who are interested in various phases of science, and the sponsors are Miss Florence Durant, Mr. Ralph Bielawski, and Mr. Paul Zurakowski. Any student who joins the Science Club is expected to complete some kind of a scientific project. Several students have entered their projects in various science fairs. Gary Vanderl-Iaagen shows how he assembled his satellite tracking radio. When complete, he hopes to follow the Explorer with it. Bottom row: Lleft to rightj J. Huhns, M. Dirjan, B. Kolznak, N. Keil, M. Tesner, J. Dowdal, D, Henderson, A. Opper, B. Beaujean and D. Schultz. Second row: Mr. Zurakowski, sponsor, M. Rickard, D. DeKyser, R. Rachow, S.XVinstanley, S. Neisch, A. Peters, D. Thomas, M. Dirjan, J. Oakey, K. Nugent and Mr. Bielawski. sponsor. Third row: G. Pyle, R. Leichti, E. Bergmann, T. Leichti, J. Jacques J. Bossart, B. Girson, NV. Yates, R. D'Hondt H. Parkinson, L. Wfinstanley and R. Scofield Fourth row: L. Reinowski, H. Trumbo, XV NVinstanley, F. Piellusch, J. Collier, G. Vander- Haagcn, G. DuBois, C. Jelirey, G. Sirtnay T. Essig and J. Nunnally. S7 Roger D'Hondt proudly displays one of his rockets. VVe understand he has had at least one successful launchng Stage Crew Serves School St Community STAGE CREW lt is hard to imagine what would happen to performances on the MCHS stage if it weren't for the Stage Crew. This group of boys, under the direction of Mr. Hunter Judd, is certainly one of the most important and hardworking in the school. Any boy who has been a Stage Monitor for one semester and who is interested in learning about lighting and "prop" management is eligible to join the Stage Crew. George Stevenson, stage crew, talks to the spotlight operator via the backstage telephone. Tom Fisher, stage crew, waits patiently until just the right moment to lower the side curtain on the M.C.H.S,, stage. Bottom Row: Cleft to rightj Mr. Judd, sponsor, and T. Fisher. Top row: G. Sulflow, J. Lozen, D. Fenton, D. Rehder, W. Kielman, J. O'Kelly R. Dittmar, G. Stevenson and M. junke. RR Let There Be Light, Color And Motion PROJECTION CREW With the purchase of a new Cinemascope screen and lens adaptor, the projection Crew's duties were doubled. Besides their usual duties of spot lighting for IVICHS plays, operetta, and concerts, and for community performances on the MCHS stage, the Projection Crew took on the duties of showing such Cinemascope hits ,lim Carrucci mans a spotlight on the edge of the balcony. ilrti Qfnwiu twtwiffbf r r as "The King and l" and 'The Day The Earth Stood Still" for the noon-hour entertainment. V J One of the most often called upon duties of the projection crew is the operation of the three spot lights. Here, Henry Miller operates a spot for a civic concert in our auditorium. Bottom row: Cleft to rightj Mr. Johnson, W. Graves and R. Sy. Second row: R. Fettue sponsor, J. Carrucci, J. Naughton, H. Miller, R. XVorswick, D. Casier and D. Kollinorgnn. 80 This Year, They Had A Roman Banquet Cordell Jeffrey, Joan Allen, and Margo Friedeberg enjoy the pretense of a Roman Banquet. Bottom row: Cleft to rightj Mrs. Penzien sponsor, D. Henderson, C. Fox, M. Su.lHow Schmidt, S. Roy, S. Starkey, J. Kaufman Friedeberg and S. Miller. Second row . Bridges, B. Klusendorf, M. Wheeler . Levine, J. Allen, C. Berkhof, D. Donaldson naman Machowski, M. Harrison, and J. Edwardsl LATIN CLUB "SB" was a big year for the Latin Club of lVl.C.l'l.S. because of the biennial "Roman Banquet." The banquet, which was held in March, featured Roman food and a slave dance, and the members dressed in "togas" made of sheets. Earlier in the year, the informal and formal iniations were held along with an in- formal picnic. New club mem- bers were required to know the state and club mottos in Latin, and they also had to perform several stunts During the year, with the help of the club sponsor, Mrs. Elizabeth Penzien, the mem- bers learned about the history of old Rome and about Roman myths. During the course of the year, there was a Christmas party of Saturnalia celebration. Carols were sung in Latin and Latin puzzles served as enter- tainment, and the members exchanged gifts. Third row: F. Schwalm, B. Moore, M. Pringnitz M. Jones, C. Forton, J. Steeh, F. Davis S. Neisch, J. Huhns and D. Rathe. Fourth row G. Winstanley, J. Nicholson, C. Jeffery B. Girson, V. Gregory, J. Alger, J. DeFrancis J. Madigan, G. Sutherland and J. Buday. 1 1 France And lts People, Are Their Pet Project FRENCH CLUB Foreign languages might be hard for some people, but the students belonging to the French club get plenty of practice at their bi-weekly meetings. Games in French are often played following the more serious business meeting. lVluch is accomplished in the short time during which this small but active club has its meetings. Some of the activities which have been enjoyed by the club members were a French dinner at the home of one of the members to which everyone brought a dish of food. The trip to the Old World Market was a very memorable experience, and all of the members purchased some little trinket to remember the trip by. Food was the source of enjoyment again when the French Club visited the Ponche'-Train, the only remaining French restaurant in Detroit. g, e I . fy c. i kia. , French fashions were paraded by Anne Wright, Kay Gregory, Judy Larlee and Judy Skarritt in a skit presented in French to the French Club. Bottom row: lleft to rightl Miss Stroniquist, Eytli. Top row: D. Daniels, C. Hicks, D. -ponsor, S. Dixon, NV. lickinan, K. Gregory, De Kryscr, A. Wright, S. lfaton. ll. Iirclman. II. Russell, D. lickman, G. Farwell and D. S. Yds and .l. Skarritt. 91 They Build A Better World With Service XVi lie Urililzs, chaplain, lt-ads the Hi-Y in a prayer. This is 11 very important part of each of their meetings. Bottom row: Cleft to righlj Mr. Aclanis. sponsor D. lones, IJ. Cuniper, J. Gerlacli, F. Stone. XV. Rastiqne :incl T. jock. Second row: B. Stone bl. Tunlcs, XV. McDonald, R. Eckenrodc, B tiirson, Allen :intl nl. Pearl. Third row! . HI-Y A brand new organization appeared on the scene this year. Basically a service organization, the Hi-Y spends many hours in working for the community. Two of their worthwhile projects have been col- lecting money for the March of Dimes and donating a basket for the Martha T. Berry Hospital. Beginning this year, the Hi-Y will cooperate with two other boys' clubs to sponsor the Spring Swing. After their business meeting on Tuesday evening. the members get together for an evening of basketball under the direction of club sponsor lVlr. Donald Adams. "To create better understand- ing in the home, community, and school" is the club's purpose, and it is open to any boy in school who wishes to belong. The group is affiliated with the YMCA which has recently become active in Mount Clemens. Qften, the club is visited by downtown businessmen who are interested in the YMCA. xo' . . nag, XV. Cribhs. T. lfislier, Nl. 1' 5, H NI , li. Dozier, M. Miller and NV. Kielinan. Fourth , row: L. Rt-inowslti. K. Hibbert, G. Lane. C XY is IJ Cirlcite ' ' eiiicr. . 1 w 1 1' :incl l-. 5t..Xulnn. :eg 'The Bible Tells Me So' BIBLE CLUB "To inspire Christian living" is the goal of the Mount Clemens High School Bible Club. Throughout the year, the club has been very active. They sponsored one of a series of morning Lenten services held in the First Presbyterian Church of Mount Clemens. Any student in school may be a member of the club if he is willing to abide by the constitution of the Bible Club. Almost all of the club's members are active in both church and school organizations. Under the sponsorship of Miss Charlotte LaBrew, the meetings are held on Tuesday afternoons. Hymns are sung and the Bible is read aloud. For their excellent attendance the Bible Club received a plaque for attendance from the Youth For Christ meetings this past year. Throughout the year they have had several interesting and well-known speakers. Several of the city's clergymen have spoken to the club on inspirational topics. Posed with the plaque they won for attending the Youth lor Christ meetings are Darlene Schultz, Lynn Small Darlene Rachow, David Opper and Bernice Manel Bottom row: Qileft to righth Miss La Brew, Dirjan, E. Calaway, P. Samuels S Jernber sponsor, M. Dirian, S. Lewis. F. Green, M. and A. jernberg. Dirjan and P. Skinner. Top row: C. Vose, M. 9 3 lPractice Makes Perfect'-- Secretaries Jean Strong, Office Training Club member, works in the placement office just now she is tiling records but she does other clerical work as well as typing. OFFICE TRAINING CLUB Any student who participates in the Cooperative Training Program is eligible to join the Office Training Club of MCI-IS. Students who belong to this program attend classes in the mornings, and work downtown in the afternoons. Members of the Office Training Club hold many different jobs including clerk- ing, secretarial work, and many others. During the year, the club hosts several speakers. Most of the speakers are businessmen and women from Mount Clemens and the surrounding area. Many of the guests are former students of Mount Clemens High, and former members of the Office Training Club. Many interesting topics are presented by the speakers. They often speak on the correct procedure in the office, manners for the clerk and correct dress for the businessman and woman are a few of the topics that have been discussed in the past. These speakers are educational for the Office Training Club members and are also entertaining. The club, which is sponsored by Miss I-Iulda Daeubler, also has many social events during the year, including a Christmas party, a pot-luck dinner, and several other social events. The purpose of the Office Training Club is to gain a knowledge of the business world, and share business experiences. Bottom row: Qleft to rightj Miss Daeubler, S. Lewis, N. Vice and V. Loitredi. Top row: sponsor, J. Syrja, B. Billis, P. Tiner, J. Strong M. Carroll, j. Boreham, I. Knox and J. Kaster. and V. Jones. Second row: D. Kuehn, -I. Hands, In-mind The Retailing Club Learns How To Sell RETAILING CLUB Members of the Retailing Club of Mount Clemens High School must also be members of the MCHS Co-operative Training Program. The Co-operative Training Program is an arrangement be- tween the administration of Mount Clemens High School, and various clown- town Mount Clemens business places. Under this arrangement, MCHS students who are taking a Business Training course may attend classes in the mornings and work downtown afternoons. The students get credit hours toward a diploma for the hours they work downtown. This pro- gram affords good practice for students who plan to enter the business world after graduating from MCHS, and it also helps the student obtain some extra spending money. The Retailing Club, under the sponsorship of Miss Margaret Tucholski, is made up of Co-operative Training Pro- gram participants who have a job such as clerking, fountain Work, stock-room work-any job which involves the actual handling of merchandise. These students join the club to learn more about retail merchandising, and to share expenses and skills learned in handling merchandise and meeting the public. Bottom row: Cleft to rightj Miss Tucholski, sponsor, J. Wilson, L. Rachow, M. Dobrie, J Dixon, F. Smith, D. Helms, M. Dirjan, D Sullivan and M. Vineski. Second row: M Dirjan, W. Frazier, M. Simpson, P. Herbert Connie Dixon, Curtice McDowell and Margaret Dirjan, Retailing Club members, man the school store after classes have ended for the day. J. Charbeneau, M. VanAssche, B. Monnier, K. Pearson and V. Zielke. Top row: D. Logic P. Calabrese, R. Davis, N. Durham, S. Miller D. Conklin, O. Marks, C. McDowell and D. Kimmel. r Q 5 Theme To Index, -if g 1 Ik :Q 'v',': W .gr e if Xx 9 K' W 322 'lixk r 42 XX Tb xii 'ar XQX 9 . ,L,e ., . bX,e H Qs at S.-, Ma I 1 KH... I 5 I jim Jaques, yearbook photographer, trims some of his pictures to size ready for pasting on the master pages. It Is A Pleasant Task YEARBOOK STAFF Producing the MCHS yearbook, "MC" is the job of approximately I5 students who are members of the yearbook staff. As the year progresses, the staff members come to school one night a week to work on the "MC" under the direction of Mr. Richard Dixon. The job of turning out a good yearbook is a complicated one, and staff members may be assigned various jobs such as writing stories, planning pages, and just plain pasting in pictures. Carole Hundt and Sylvis Maintzer, yearbook staff members, find it no easy task to identify all the people in all the pictures of the 1958 M. C. F. Davis, L. Todd, S. Dixon, J. Skarritt S. Jennings and J. Kaufman. Second row A. W r i g h t, M. Sarns, C. XVcisner. Friedeburg, J. Bennett, and S. Maintzer. Bottom row: fleft to rightj Mr. Dixon, sponsor, . Top row: G. Ellis. J. Oakey, C. Hundt, M: C. Donghterty and J. Jaques. 06 Do Something! Find Yourself In The Mirror MIRROR STAFF "A small group with a clifhcult job." These worcls are a good description of the staff that puts out The Mirror. the MCHS newspaper. Members of the Mirror staff are all chosen from the journalism class, and are under the direction of lVliss Alice Cody. The Mirror comes out about once every two weeks. and the appearance of the statue of Butch Bather, the Mirror mascot in the front halls heralds the approaching distribution date. New this year are bright yellow signs bearing a picture of Butch which tell when the Mirror next comes out. iff. we Carole Ernst. ,ludy Skarritt, Bob Kreifeldt and Helen Porter watch Tom Dedenbach, ass't. advertising mgr., count the money collected for ads. M., 1 r hlvrry Bovcnsclicn, Mirror pliotugrzl plier, shows Ann ,Xpplvford lion' tln papcfs photo cnlnrgcr works. Bottom row: tlcft to rightj A. Applcford, B. Mack, XV. Krcifcldt, B. Stone, j. Bovenschcn Starkey, A. XN'right, H. Porter, C. Ernst, A. and J. Skarritt. Peters ancl A. Upper. Top row: R. Riojas, E. 07 f 4 , W . f 4, , g.g, . 1- tgfi ., . , ,g -6. 'N 1 If af' r is W ",T"'w- "M Xlli'-Q... . ' a ww :N Kurt Muendelein listened intently when he attended a Kiwanis luncheon. Henry Glube, Mount Clemens lmnsincss man, enjoyed the story, too. KEY CLUB Open to all interested MCHS boys is the Key Club. The club is under the direct sponsorship of the Mount Clemens Kiwanis. Throughout the year, the Key Club has featured guest speakers on various vocations. The topics included in the different talks were law, banking, op- tometry, teaching. and government. The club's pet project of the past year has been helping out whenever possible at the Martha T. Berry Hostipal. They have helped by washing walls and windows, painting, and whenever possible, entertaining the patients. Bottom row: Cleft to rightl Mr. Spnrr, sponsor, B. Girson, j. Bassett, D. Cnmper, H. Kirkwood, D. Batkins and K. Muenclelein. Second row M. Bacle, D. Gainm, NV. XVatz, T. Crum, J. Nunnally, S. Levine ll. Sheridan and G. Kiwanians, lunior Grade ,lim Bassett and Bernard Girsson wore then keys and odd shoes as a part of their initiation into the Key Club Brenniman. Third row: NV. W'eber. R. Millar M. Malbin, L. McDoniel, J. Buckholz, W' Jacobs, VV. Rocker and R. Morris. Top row VV. Kreifcldt, T. Bailey. R. Copeland, R. Allen H. Parkinson, R. Czarnecki and ,l. Markle. Letter Winners, A11 M.C. Club initiates Dave Mial and Bob Nicholson put a shine on the shoes of old members Bill Albee and Marty McDoniel as a part of their initiation into the club. Bottom row: tlelt to rightl Mr. MOYVFYY sponsor, C. Pfile, H. Pearl, -I, Brinker, M. Malbin, H. Parkinson, B. Ellis, H. Schwartzen- berg, J. Markle, B. Crannon and Mr. Buckholz, sponsor. Second row: R. Allen, H. Trumbo, E-. Bergmann, D. Mial, W. Rastique, J. Olsen, W. Shell, R. Odell, J. Freemon, M. McDonald and ,lll4lgC for yourself. They are Gary Scar. jolii t Bob Morris, Wayne RIlSllflllC, Miko Malbn 5CllVS'E1I'fZClll7CI'Qf anrl Marti' Mcllmiicl 1 tlit :ippefwetl in the Mt. bnsketbzill gunnz MC CLUB To get into the lVlC Club, which is sponsored by Mr. E. Buckholz and Mr. William lVlowry, a boy must have won a varsity letter for participating in a sport at MCHS. Each year. the MC Club initiation is a source of amusement to the whole school as the initiates polish the old members' shoes and perform various other stunts. Of great importance to lVlC Club members is the MC award which goes to a deserving MC club member who has the greatest number of varsity letters and the highest scholastic average. R. Eaton. Third row: I. VanNienw:1l. W. XYuln1r, U. Carpenter, C. Baarck, H. jolinson I.. St.rXubin, R. Nicholson, VV. Jacobs, R. VVoltman, J. Folson and R. Morris. Top row: R. Czarnecki, 5. Levine, H. Zurawski, G. Scar, XV. Albee, J. Sinoot, j. Martens, C. XYt-isiier, D. Knrsteiner, J. Btivltliolr' :intl l". fierrls. O0 Y-Teens Have Fun Working For Their Bottom row: tleft to rightj Mrs. Giambrouc. sponsor, Mrs. Judd, sponsor, S. Mittelstadt, P. Dcnnis, E. Sams, M. XVhccler, J, Huhns, J.. Dorr, Mrs. Adams, sponsor and Mrs. Page, sponsor. Second row: J. Strait, M. Schwark, B. Sparks, J. Moore, B. Dubbs, F. Devantier, IJ. Gustof, B. Bressie, C. Dixon and S. Jennings. Third row: L. Rachow, M. Hayden, ul, Ormsby. S. Miller, bl, Stark. K. Powers, P. Aldridge. C. Gantt, J. Kaufman and F. Davis. Fourth row: Bottom row: tlcft to rightl P. Denison, B. Sparks, ,l. Ball, C. Wissiit-r, D. Frederick, B. Voiers, P. Kilpatrick, j. Dowdal, Y. Stacy and B. Wood. Second row: N. Eschcnburg, N. Henry, D, Racliow, J. Blank, K. Gregory, P. Wklbb, S. Stocki, F. Green, L. Moak and nl. Drummond. Third row: A. XVriglit, J. Davies, C. Hicks, S. McFatridge, J. Richards, M .Quinn, M. Pctcli, L. Spcliar, P. Clark and L. Todd. 4- .L - u Procissi, M. Monte, G. Maas, R. Riojas, . Porter, S. Neisch, J. Darling, D. MCGlOWl1, G. Farwell and D. Johns. Fifth row: M. Kling. B Clark, B. Buclnnan, P. Gillett, P. Sexton, B, Richter, B. VVorthcm, D. Erdman, S. Brownson and bl. Plavljanich. Sixth row: M. Springer, D. DeKyser, A. Cottrell, P. Nocolai, Eaton, S. Maintzcr, K. Hackett, P. Purdon, S. Boeltcr and F. Ernst. S. H Fourth row: hl. Syrja, VV. Blcvens, M. Farber, P, Rosso, M. Lutcy, F, Boyce. D. Helms, K. Nugent, B. Stubbs and dl. Harding. Fifth row: A. VanBever, R. Howard, S. Shepherd, S. Bobccan, C. Trombley, C. Books, C. Smith NI, Huffman, M. Rickard and M. Brandenburg. Sixth row: D. Drummond, E. VVatson, B. Pckkarinen, J. Taylor, il. Ambrous, J. Blasic, J. Mcurvr, K. Kohn, L. Jones and B. Rcynolds. 4. School And Their Community Bottom row: ileft to right! B. Jolly, S. Dixon, B. Beaujean, J. Hill and Mrs. Gerkey, sponsor. Second row: B. Mahler, S. Lewis, M. Schwark M. Simpson and D. Jones. Third row: I. Skarritt I. Rivard, M. Brunke and G. Burk. 7 ! Bottom row: tleft to righri C. Illziisclt-I, IJ. XVatkins, B. Mrvnnicr. M. Bell, P. Simpson, Ford, C. Kuchenmeister, B. Billis and C. Kowalczyk. Second row: M. Estrada, B. Rataiczak, C. Burgan, D. Daniels, S. NVinstanley, li. Darling, L. Bacon, M. Neumann, L. Oak anrl li. Dt-Claire. Third row: C. Gobhle. B. Manel, V. jones. N. Keil. M. ,Iona-s, J. Bennett, J. johnson, D. Thomas, K. Chapman Y-TEEN S The largest and most active girl's club in MCHS is the Y-Teens, a branch of the YWCA. Any girls in the tenth through twelfth grades at MCHS are eligable to join the club. Two of the big events of the year for the Y-Teens are the formal and informal initiations. After the initiates pass through these two ceremonies, they are eligible to wear the Y-Teen uniform which consists of a white blouse, navy skirt, and the light blue, triangle-shaped scarf. Sponsored by Mrs. Virginia Adams, Mrs. Evelyn Gerkey, Mrs. Eunice Cuiambrone, Mrs. Norma Judd and Mrs. Ciloria Page, the club performs many charitable acts during the year. Among these are the hlling and sending of food baskets to needy families during the Christmas season and at other times during the year. ln the past, the club has also filled chests for the Red Cross, taken potted plants and fruits to various hospitals in town, collected old glasses for the needy and small toys for underpriviledged children. Another of the jobs for which the club is noted is the sending of the MCHS paper, "The Mirror," to former Mount Clemens High School students who are in the Armed Forces. and L. Johnson. Fourth r0w: D. Levine, S. Link, B.Gillespie, C. Valentine ,j. lSSCllClllJlll'g. C. VVeisner, P. Gillis, T. Gonzales, C. llnnzilclson and B. Bell. Fifth row: C. Lowray, S. Stevens. P. Brice, P. Tiner, V. Loffrecli, K. jones. M. Friecleberg, Z. Lozon, J. Avila and B. l'eroni. Sixth row: S. Lost-r, P. XVilson, S. Groliar, B. Spicer, bl. Harvey, M. Sarns, G. Bieske and S. Collins. They Look At Show Life, Their Talent Is Art Bottom row: Cleft to rightJ H. Bridges, L. Markle, K. Gregory, A. Simon, A. Wright D. Eyth, S. Wissmueller, B. Voiers, M. Schwalm, L. Todd, M. Farber and F. Greene. Second row: K. Hackett, J. Skarritt,M. Rooney, J. Kunold, P. NVebb, S. Brownson, J. Dorr J. Kaufman, B. Buchman, J. Blasic, L. Bacon M. Schwark and J. Dowdal. Third row: D Frederick, D. Donaldson, S. Dixon, M. Brunke J. Gobat, F. Ernst, M. Quinn, J. Eschenburg, J. Huhns. J. Darling, G. Farwell and A. Apple- MASQUE and WIG Made up of students who go to lVl.C.H.S. and are interested in acting and the stage, the Masque and Wig Club was organized to promote recognition of different types of plays and the great actors. n 1 y v Bottom row: fleft to rightj Mrs. Racine, sponsor, J. Rieter, C. Balkas, C. Bryson, J. Strong, L. Kratz, C. Butterniore, M. Strauch- man and J. Streit. Second row: D. Skinner, N. Mac Duff. S. Benner, J. Taylor, A. VVeigal, A. Roy, S. Gohat, I. Knox, B. Mahler. C. Hicks and I. Stierle. Third row: G. Vaden, A. ford. Fourth row: J. Ball, F. Schwalm, C. Weisner, M. Friedeberg, M. Collier, M. Petitpren, B. Reynolds, H. Porter, M. Petch, D. Erdman and M. Brandenberg. Fifth row: F. Davis, J. Mitchell, N. Henry, D. Rachow, M. Pringnitz, J. Taylor, L. Jones, K. Kohn, G. Burk, B. Jolly and R. Riojas. Sixth row: C. Fox, S. Maintzer, V. Gregory, E. Bergmann, J. Smoot, M. Edelstein, G. Sutherland, J. Bovenschen, C. Jeffrey, R. Olewski, R. Smith and R. McDonald. ART SERVICE CLUB Displayed throughout IVICHS over the past school year have been the works of the Art Service Club. Founded to help with the art work of MCHS and its various departments. it also performs services for other schools and the community. Merriwether, R. Faner, H. Zurawski, R. Miller. R. MacKenzie, G. Hibbert, C. Mial, B. lfinch and D. Dopp. Fourth row: J. Butler, J. Maag, P. Sutton, B. Richter, D. Prue, S. McFatridge, J. Ball, D. Fredericks, S. Trumbo, J. Howard and R. Sahatasso. Service And Gracious Lives Are Their Goals Bottom row: Qleft to riglitl Miss Moornian, ponsor, S. jennings, K. l'owt-rs, D. Bare, XV. Nclils. F. Rclnlcr. S. Gillcy, and D. Tlionipson. Shaw, M. Strauclmien, and lf. Snnis. Seconil Top row: J. Orinsliy, ,l. Richards, P. Alrlriilgc, row: B. Sullivan, Stvvvns, B. tflzirk, K. J. Stark and S. Stevens. FUTURE Hoivu-:MAKERS of AMERICA MONITORS Not content with just sitting back, the members of the Future Homemal-:ers of America Club are learning to build happy homes in the future. Bot tom row: llvft to riulnj I'. Kazaitis, M. lflournoy, C. KllCl1ClllllCiSlCf, D. Perrenian, G . M M D. P. M .-X. Fox, V. Carroll, N. Grunow. D. Kuehn, Schwark, M. Simpson, D. Spodeck and .Ahrcns Second row: S. Dcliiere, D. Kirkoin, Sullivan, B. Clark, J. Stark, C. Lindahl, W'chcr, N. Vice, S. Kuchennieistcr :incl Keller. Third row: M. Buckley, P. Sutton, Bankhcad, S. Klockow, C. Berkhof, A. Q 4 L. "Keeping the peace" is just one of the many duties of the monitors of the MCHS Monitor Club. Any student who has a study hall and who is a good citizen can become a monitor. Wialker, S. Bobcean, .-X. VanBever. ,l. Kabul and E. Allor. Fourth row: J. Olsen, H. Zurawski, J. Smoot, XV. Rastiquc, D. Kalitta, -I. Kurstciner, G. Scar, C. XVcisncr, D. Dubay :ind T. Leggett. Fifth row: M. Malbin, D. Baldwin, A. Meyhofer, M. Miller, J. Pearl, Al. XYl1ipplc, nl. Kukuk. D. Mial and J. Freenion. Sixth row: J. Van Niewal, R. Copeland. R. Joiner, T. Bailey and G. Sutherland. They Will Be The Basis Ot Our Future Bottom row' llcft to rightl Mr. Lol1rbt'rg'. sponsor, lf, l Greene, V, jones, S. Lewis, Henry, C. Hundi and A. Englenian. Third row: s, tsiliey and n. Klnsenilorf. second row: W. McDonald. C. Keith. K- Kunkffl. .l'H0Hm3l1 joan Allen, C. Valentine, G. Maas, N. and H. UlCl'l- YOUTH - FORUM Although it is one of the smallest clubs at MCHS, the Youth Forum is a busy club with a high purpose. The members, who are both boys and girls from all grades, seek a better understanding of the modern world through reading about and discussing recent world developments. Bottom row: tleft to riglitb Mrs. Nickels, sponsor. j. Huhn, A. XVeigal, B. Kolznak, N. MacDufT, N. Levine, A. Honiston, C. Ernst, V. Jones, C. Dougherty and M. Rickard. Second row: C. Kowalczak, J. Kabel, B. Duhbs, R. Howard, K, Nugent, J. Bennett, S. Procissi, M. Hayden, C. Fox, J. Johnson, G. Trabue and M. Gorman. Third row: D. Ladd, J. Moore, J. Oakey, A. VanBever, D. Rachow, F. Yokom, D. Schultz, G. Haller, N. Durham, A. Peters, CADET TEACHERS Each year, seniors who are interested in teaching and who are talcing sociology are given an opportunity to become Cadet Teachers. As a Cadet Teacher, the student goes to one of the nearby grade schools or junior high schools three days a week for six weeks. M. jones and J. Schultz. Fourth row: VV. McDonald, M. Wheeler, M. Dobrie, A. Opper, F. Boyce, N. Henry, G. Sirmay, M. Parres, D. Cumper and B. Stone. Fifth row: T. Fisher, F. Stone, R. Ralph, F. Mann, J. Pearl, C. Spitzer, C. Keith, M. Roy, M. Junke, R. Babcock and S. Bartlett. Sixth row: D. Boden, J. Allen, W. Rastique, M. McDoniel, B. Dittrich, M. Miller, VV. VVeber, J. Olsen, L. St.Aubin, XV. Albee and G. Scar. Honors And Service Mark These Groups Bottom row: llcft to riglitl Mrs. Taylor sponsor, If. Royce, .-X. Upper, S. Lewis, IJ Skinner, B. Bishop and Ii. Bohn. Top row: W JUNIOR RED CROSS Continuing right along with a program of service to the needy, the Junior Red Cross of lVI.C.I-I.S. made the "57"-"SS" school year a very busy one. Among their many worthwhile projects were several parties for the crippled and mentally retarded children of the area. Mcllonalcl, C. Keith. D. Gustof, V. jones, D. Schultz, D. Upper and H. Ulcli. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Each year, the faculty of lVl.C.H.S. is called upon to choose the students that they feel are the most outstanding in leadership, character and service from the top fifteen per cent fscholastically speaking, of the senior class. Of this fifteen per cent, five per cent are elected in their junior year and the remaining ten per cent in their senior year Bottom row: Qlcft to riglitl Mrs. SICNVZIFI, j. Moore, A. VanBcver, M. Hayden, J. Oakvy sponsor, M. NVliceler, S. Mittclstaclt, B. Kolznak, and M. Mallmin. Top row: S. Levine, R. :Xllc-n, N. lxeil and A. Upper. Second row: M. Roy, j. Smoot, XV. Albee and L. Reinowski. D 'Vl'N"""l .L .,' J-6 Christmas Concert To 'Carousel' Martha Flourney as julie and Peggy Clark as Carrie, sing a duet in a scene from the op retta "Carousel" Bottom row: Cleft to rightj Mr. Robinson, director, P. Clark, P. Kazaitis, M. Farber, J. Dorr, S. Miller, P. Gillett, M. Schwark, B. Bell, G. Book, B. Gilbert and N. Grunow. Second row: P. Sutton, P. Harwell, H. Leslie, P. Chalfant, N. Strait, L. Spehar, M. Quinn, L. johnson, P. Samuels, D. Harms, F. Greene and B. Walker. Third row: S. Dalecke, L. Crutehf1eld,j. Milam, K. Scherrer, C. Donaldson, 1, Ball, J. Eschenburg, N. Harkins, J. Mullins, VOCAL MUSIC GROUPS "And they shall have music wherever they go." These words could be the motto of the A'Capella Choir, Mixed Chorus, and the Boy's and Girls' Glee Clubs of MCHS. These groups under the direction of Mr. Gerald Robinson, are among the busiest and most productive in the school. The Girls' Glee Club is made up of girls in the tenth through twelfth grades who are chosen on a try-out basis. This group put on the unusual Christmas assembly at MCHS this year, and participated in several other assemblies. The group has sung for downtown businessmen's clubs, and participated in the Vocal Music Festival. The Boys' Glee Club is made up of boys in singing. "Elite" among Mount Clemens High School singing groups is the A'Cappella Choir. ln order to get in the A'Cappella choir, the boy or girl must have been in one of the choruses. Members are chosen on a try-out basis. The A'Cappella Choir is a robed group. This year, the Choir sang for the Thanksgiving Assembly, in the winter and spring concert, and in the operetta, "Carousel," "Carousel," M. Collier, M. Friedeberg and B. Dixon Fourth row: H. Sharber, D. Mial, R. Bahorski H. Frederick, M. Flourney, L. Masters A. Appleford, J. Johnson C. Gobble, P. Helzer M.junke and W. Green. Fifth row: H.Kreager NV. Rastiquc, J. Sinoot, R. Thoel. B. Dozier T. Cannon, W. Cribbs, R. Morris, M. Roy NN. Henman, D. Casier and T. Tunks. Sixth row P. Wells, NV. Shell, H. Johnson, R. McCracken and A. Johnson. ,.....,..........i. ... 1 it 1 lllb They Enjoy Singing Together Bottom row: lleft to rightl Mr. Robinson, director, J. Crane, J. Clark, P. Mullins, M. Grzadzinski, N. Stevens, D. Ferdig, A. Roy. C. Hinmon, L. Howard and M. Jones. Second row: W. Mock, B, Trombley, J. Eby, P. Wliggins, M. Smith, S. Talbot, S. Wissmueller, J. Steeh, C. Erickson, D. Rathe and J. Allen. Third row: J. Gobat, S. Murrell, C. O'Kelly, E. Calaway, S. Schroeder, D. Gilbert, J.Fritz, H. Frink, L. Zuhlke, C'. Zorch and J. Ball. liottom row: tleft to rightj Mr. Robinson, director, B. Sparks. B. Sudan, H. Raptis, S. Bovcnschen, li. DeClaire, C. Vose, C. Siuwcrt and C. You. Second row: D. Krall, lf. Bohn, M. Hampton. S. Eby, L. Moak, N. lflcese, J. Drummond, M. Sy, N. Jarvis and lf. tixmtt. Third row: I'. Skinner, D. Jones, '41 4 1 1-1-in A K. FQ Fourth row: S. Miller, M. Staucliman, li. Rehder, M. Smith, D. Skinner, P. Fulmer, B. Gillespie, R. Smith, R. Dickey, L. Avila and E. Adams. Fifth row: W. Wilson, P. Martell, J. Carrucci, R. Trombley, J. Ponder, R. Brass, R. Olewski, W. Green, V. Scharnakau, J. Brown, J. Horne, C. Raitch, T. Van Hollenbeck, R. Ainsworth, M. Walters, P. Yerty, L. Willis, C. Mial, C. Williams, W. Gantt, A. Benson, and L. Dusing. L. Stephenson, C. Patrash. D. Johns, M Trnmblcy, P. Loscli, S. McQuade, D. Borke J. Miller and J. Bujak. Fourth row: I. Mial L. May nartl, J. Rangel, J. Meurer, B l-'leinniingg C. Trombley, E. NVatson, S. DeKiere li. McGlown, S. Rowan and F. VVeber. They'11 Help. No Matter What The Job Mango Rooney and Kathy Janf lt letter for mailing wwswi prepare a Parents News SERVICE CLUB Proving itself indispensable to Mount Clemens High School is the Service Club. Now in its second year, it is performing more and more services for MC HS and its vaious departments. ln the fall of the year they started off by issuing pictures for l.D. cards. Throughout the year they helped address and stamp P a r e n ts' Newsletters: issue guest cards for dances, check petitions: count ballots for student body elections and helped with locker inspections. The Service Club has about sixty members. lt is composed of MCHS students who have a study hall during the day which they can afford to miss occasionally. When new students enter Mount Clemens High School, they are shown around the building and introduced to their new teachers by the members of the Service Club. Loretta Hill, Jolm Buckholz and Sandy Stocki help Bob Boden Hnd his package of All-States pictures Bottom row: fleft to rightl Mrs. Persson sponsor, S. Stocki, N. Boskec. M. Golcla C. Kuclrenmcister, L. Toclcl, M. Farber, R Simon, I. Sagara, A. Simon and G. Kukuk Second row: N. MaeDuff, J. Mathison, J. Taylor, IJ. Levine, B. Stubbs, J. Blank, A. VVright, Y. Stacy, S. Jennings, J. Davies and M. Rooney Third row: NV. Blevens, D. lJeKryser, J. Fink N. Kerner, S. Kucllenmeister, P. Tiner. K Tanzey, L. Hill and K. Jankowski. Fourth row G. Ross, C. Berkhof, S. Starkey, M. Jones J. Buclay, M. Miller, C. Hundt, S. Bovenschen B. Clark, R. Cole and E. DeClaire. Fifth row H. Parkinson, W. Jacobs, W. XfVeber, R Copeland, J. Smoot, M. Malbin, J. Sayre P. X'Vells and R. Colewell. The Ushers Are O11 Hand For Every Show lk. Extra usher, Geary Henry, takes tickets at the door for Joann Stark, usher. USHERS CLUB Another one of the many service clubs at MCHS is the Usher Club. Sponsored by Mr. Wayne Sharland, the club is made up of about 25 l0th, l lth and l2th grade girls. The usher's job is not an easy one. as each girl must know the location of each seat in the high school auditorium. Throughout the year, the usherettes are l-cept very busy seating the audiences for the junior and senior plays, the operetta, various concerts, com- mencement exercises, and other programs held in the school auditorium. For many programs, all the ushers are not needed, so the girls sign up to usher for the various programs. lf a girl finds she can't usher after she has signed up, she is expected to get another girl to substitute for her. The ushers don't have a uniform, but they usually dressup when they are usher- -ing. An usher can be recog- nized by her small grey ribbon with recl lettering. Grace Wkisskrick, usher, hands out programs and takes people to their seats Bottom row: Cleft to ' ht G. W ' k' . . Kerner, D. Hendersolii? Kifkgssfigflii l'1!z?ghdw?1wS.GMa?nlilQe?ai1.d Igowgsilit J' Hill, D' Kuchenmeister, M. Dobrie and G, Fiebelcaml HN? Their Music Is Never Disappointing fwfw'1,. ' ,Q g ,, . 3 -,,f if Q' . ., .,. ,, N, we ,,,k,,:.l ge.w,Q 1 ff ' " .wwf . . 1 A , ' W Marching, flancmg, play' gg . af , 1' W' , mg jazz, pops and classical rwvww music-All these and many , .4 , . , . M Ji more activities represent the C f H f Tf y. ' " , J J ...wrt at ' f? Mount Clemens High School W M ,j j w tf J X. ,f'fai' J Band. The Band is made up . 5 Rif f W . of students who are interested . fill' riff tlfri ,W Xflfigvf JP N ., M 'T - f' ,ia rf- . . . - - V 855551-,fa 7 4 in music and en oy working in it tr. ":i:k5Sg3?+1S'1t'5Vi :sf A . ff A ' iZ"f' .fr . . -.'-. . . J - . ,A f'1','. . R ei - ",,,.A,xg?f a musical organlzatlon. The , Wt. aJlfff+.,wmt,a 4 at e .X . . - X -- -rf ... - ' ski aif.i5fhgi.w?qfQ's-. ' af . A ' band has made several trips to g Ailiw it 'Q other cities in the process of , 'fj , .4,5. A representing our school at The band forms a heart. One of many formations with which they pleased the football fans at half-time. The pep band kept the air filled with music between games and between halves during the basketball season. Bottom row: tleft to rightj B. Dnlwbs. G. Vanderl-Iaagen, K. Nugent, S. Neisch, C. Weisner, L. Lawson and J. Kaufman. Second row: T. Essig, B. Dozier, J. Taylor, C. Cobb, B. Simms, R. VanBever, W. Dozier, B. McCann, S. Dewagoner, J. Blank, C. Dougherty and C. Wissner. Third row: L. Oak, C. Uhrig, J. Hoffman, N. Boston, R. Hogue, J. Uhrig, M. Springer, D. Conklin, D. Hahn, F. Siewert, county and state band festivals. The organization has attended the Michigan State University "Band Day," where it joined with two hundred other bands to perform during the half-time at a football game. Band members spend hours each week on marching and playing practice, as a lot of hard work is involved in put- ting on a football half-time show or a concert. Each year, the Band members spend one afternoon downtown collecting money to send the band to a summer music camp for a week or longer. C. Balkas, S. Talbot, D. Jones, R. Smith and R. Leach. Fourth row: D. Rickert, K. Hibbert, J. Rickert, P. Gillis, M. Sarns, D. Sheridan, R. Morris, T. Cannon and M. Coulon. Fifth row: Mr. Beauman, director, R. Lee, M. VVheeler, G. Deiz, R. Allen, J. Parrish, J. Markle, J. Alger, M. Flemming and G. Dubbs. Sixth row: C. Merchant, R. Gillespie, W. Simms and D. Lee. Ability And Quality Make Good Music ORCHIBTRA Made up of string players who pass an audition and wind players from the bancl, the Mount Clemens High School orchestra is directed by Mr. Earle Boardman. This year, the orchestra participated in several school assemblies and concerts. Two of the highlights of the year for orchestra members were the Christmas and Thanksgiving assemblies, both of which were presented to MCHS students. The Christmas program was also presented to the public The Orchestra also participated in the annual winter and spring concerts. Representing lVl C H S at various state-wide festivals like the State Orchestra Festival at the University of Michigan and the String Festival at Albion College is another function of the Orchestra. Probably the biggest event of the year for Orchestra mem- bers was playing for the operetta "Carousel" Bottom row: Cleft to rightb J. Betts, K. Gregory C. Gibson, P. Skinner, B. Bechard, J. Mullins S. Tanzcy and J. Edwards. Second row C. Burgan, C. Valentine, J. Kaufman, C. lVcisncr. G. Vandcrhagcn, B. Dozicr, J. Blank, It takes a lot of rclicarsals like this one to prmllicv polished concert performance. R. Smith and M. Conlon. Top row: Mr. Boardman, conductor, M. lfVheeler, K. Hilmbert D. Rickert, P. Gillis, J. Wheeler, J. Markle J. Alger and P. Purdom. ll! GUI' Athletics Cuz' Intramurals Our Cheerleaders Wake Up 01: 2 N E It took a lot of jogging for our boys to get in shape for tr Battling Batheru Spirit Bather Gridders Know Feeling Of Success, Jack Snioot played outstanding footballg many times he was the mainstay in the Bather line-up. His brilliant playing gained him a place on the 1957 All- County Class A team and on the All-League team. The Detroit Times placed him on the second All- State team and he received Honorable Mention from the Detroit Free Press. Bottom row: Cleft to rightJ VV. Albee, H. Zurawski T. Dedenbach, J. Olsen R. Czarnecki, NV. Rastique and D. Dubay. Second row: Mr. Choiniere, A. Kapj trosky, D. Kursteiner, R. Allen, G. Scar. C. Tesch- cndorf, S. Harrington and Mr. Mowry. Third row M. Correll,' R. Eaton, F. Gerds. J. Kursteiner, GROSSE POINTE 27 - - MOUNT CLEMENS 0 ln wilting summertime temperatures our Bathers struggled against the usual opening game nervousness and used the Grosse Pointe team to uncover rough edges. MOUNT CLEMENS 24 - VAN DYKE 0 The second game of the season saw the lVl.C. gridders romp over Van Dyke. Outstand- ing line play, excellent blocking and tackling and fine school spirit credited the Bathers with their first win in Z3 games. BIRMINGHAM 13 - - MOUNT CLEMENS 12 A high-spirited lVl.C. team lost a heart- breaker to Birmingham. The inability to kick extra points and untimely penalties were the decisive factors in the one point loss. PORT HURON 24 - MOUNT CLEMENS 7 Mount Clemens was ineffectual against the Port Huron powerhouse. Despite an 80 yard touchdown run by Jack Smoot, the Big Reds dominated the scoring. G. Brda, W. Shell. C. Kings, J. Martens and Mr. Erusha. Fourth row: H. Johnson, L. Cosart, J. Con- siglio, C. Baarck, J. VanNieuwal, D. Mial, W. Jacobs and J. Held. Top row: J. Kukuk, H. Pearl and C. Nieman, mgrs. A End Losing Streak FERNDALE 8 - MOUNT CLEMENS 0 Rough and rugged football played an im- portant part in the Ferndale triumph over Mount Clemens. It was evident, especially as the second half progressed, that the Battling Bathers were fighting with high spirit and de- termination, but could not overcome the sec- ond quarter scoring of the Railsplitters. HAZEL PARK 19 - MOUNT CLEMENS 6 The lVl.C. gridders held their own against the championship Hazel Park team, but were unable to capture a winning score for the annu- al Homecoming game. Tom Dedenbach led the defense to hold the Vikings. MOUNT CLEMENS 21 - - EAST DETROIT 6 East Detroit was the victim in the Bathers' hrst E.lVl.L. win since the I954 grid season. The entire lVl.C. team, with desire and determi- nation, outplayed the Shamrocks to come out on top of the scoring column. MOUNT CLEMENS 20 - BERKLEY 7 A victory e n d e cl the Bathers' football season. By toppling the Berkley team in freez- ing temperatures and high winds the lVl.C. team started a two game winning streak. lt must bc Jack Smoot Cwho else could keep goingj Coach Mowry points out a weakness to Harry Zurawski C713 in preparation for Harry's re-entry into the game. about to be crashed to earth by two opponents. Gary Ballmall C423 UEHSYDCfY9it'S'll?igl11al1ll HDPCHTS The third man may yct be needed to stop Jack. to be away for a sizeable gain agamst the Bathers. l ay Vee-'s Learn Winning Ways Easily Dave Mial holds Tightly to the Pigskin 35 hc M95 Dave Mial, again, seems to be off for a short ani to :ivoicl a Birmingham tacklcr. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Coach Charles Evans guided his Junior Varsity football team to a rewarding season, -winning tive and losing two, Long hours of practice, perseverance, fundamental drills and the determination to win were some of the factors responsible for the fine showing made by the Jay Vee's. Each game was highlighted by thrills and surprise plays. The experience gained as members of the Jay Vee's should help to build a Varsity team of the future. Bottom row: tleft to rightj J. Jarvis, T. Bailey, R. Lueth, D. Rehcler, C. Mial, VV. Gantt, L. Brown, C. Williams and Mr. Evans, coach. Second row: J. Baarck, S. King, D. Logie, E. Johnson, C. Hoffman, G. Duhbs. J. XVelser, R. Fox and R. Dickey. Third row: R. Baldwin. G- Howell, D. Batkins, M. Flemming, P. Junior Varsity Scores Mount Clemens -- L'Anse Creuse 0 Mount Clemens - Royal Oak Kimbal 0 Mount Clemens - Birmingham 26 Mount Clemens - Port Huron 6 Mount Clemens - Ferndale 7 Mount Clemens - Hazel Park 2 Mount Clemens - East Detroit I3 Cleven, A. Manor, G. Tillery, J. Hall and W VVatson. Fourth row: J. Brown, R. Martins A. Foote, G. Arcgo, J. Racine, B. Reick, D Baldwin and K. Kunkel. Top row: N. Smith 1 G. Brouwer, R. Dooley, T. Schamehorn, Bolclen, R. Lamb, B. Allen, J. Smith, XV Destross and Mike Childers. Harriers Turn In Fine Performance S WI Ralph Small. Gary Smith, Bernard Crannon, Chuck Weisner, Dean lafpenter and John Brinker round one of the landmarks of our cross- COlllllI'y COLITSC. CROSS COUNTRY The M.C. harriers under the fine direction of Mr. Norman Keehn reached unexpected heights with one of the best cross-country seasons M.C.H.S. has had recently. Co-captains Dean Carpenter and Corky Pfeil were splendidly assisted by the entire team as they placed second instead of the ex- pected third place spot in the E.M.L. meet. Each individual runner had the qualities of speed and endurance which carried the Bather harriers to victory. Bottom row: llcft to rightj L. Spoflvck. B. Cranon, G. Smith, D. Carpenter, Lf l'feil, LT. XXX-isncr. R. O'l7cll. O. Marks and Mr. Keehn. thu coach. Top row: bl. Folsom, R. Trmnhley. R. Marshall. M r. Keeh n, coach Cross-Country Scores flow score wins, I9 Mount Clemens ,,,,,,,4,,4 ,,,, , H Ferndale 42 40 MOUDI Clemens .,,..,,,,,,,,, Birminghgm 295 Mount Clemens ...,,,,,,,., Royal Oak Kimbal 25W 28 Mount Clemens .,..,,,4,,,,,A Hazel Park 29 Port Huron 38 East Detroit 33 I9 Mount Clemens ..... 26 Mount Clemens ..... E- M- L- meet .......... ........... S econd Place RCgl0l'1al meet ........................,..... Sixth Place R. Eckenrodc. B. Girson, R. Stark, M. Miller, T. Fladger, G. DuBois. VV. Simms, G. Lane, R. O'Dell. l.. Small and XV. Mcllcynolds. Swis-s-sh! Two More Points To Add rty Mcljonicl l.Z3l holds the bull in prcpzirntioii a short hook shot. GROSSE POINTE 71 - MOUNT CLEMENS 33 Traditional first game rivals, MC and Grosse Pointe, faced each other on the Blue Devils court. Coach Robert Lockwood substituted freely, but was unable to come up with a winning combination to stop the Grosse Pointe five. ROYAL OAK KIMBALL 42 - MOUNT CLEMENS 33 Royal Oak Kimball entertained the Bathers for the second game on the schedule. They took the lead and the enthusiastic Bathers tried to rally in the third and fourth quarters but couldn't overcome Kimball's scoring. VAN DYKE 49 - MOUNT CLEMENS 48 The first game on the MC home court was four quarters of exciting and towel wringing basket- ball. The Abes and the Bathers played a see-saw game as the lead kept changing hands. A breath taking finish saw Van Dyke sink a basket in the final three seconds to squeeze past the Bathers. BIRMINGHAM 57 - MOUNT CLEMENS 48 The Birmingham Maples found the MCS home court an advantage as they toppled the Bathers hoop contingent. PORT HURON 58 - MOUNT CLEMENS 43 Port Huron Big Reds kept the ball going through the hoop during the Bathers third league game of the season. The baskets added up and Port Huron went home with a victory. jim Freemon 4201 lets go a one-hander from the short side. Steve Levine C425 gets a rebound as Dean Carpenter C241 looks on. l I8 To The Battling Bathers' Score HAZEL PARK 52 - MOUNT CLEMENS 51 While Mount Clemens fans held their breath the Bather five could not sink a basket in the closing seconds of the Hazel Park game to acquire victory. MOUNT CLEMENS 50 - ROSEVILLE 47 The Bathers defeated Roseville on the lVlCl'lS court in a hard fought basketball game. Breaks were with the MC team and baskets were made to determine a Bather win. FERNDALE 76 - MOUNT CLEMENS 40 Ferndale's Railsplitters led throughout the game to down the MC team. Their outstanding ball control was too much for the Bathers. EAST DETROIT 62 - MOUNT CLEMENS 30 East Detroit dribbled past the Bathers for victory, The MC team was dwarfed by the Sham- rocks and found it difficult to close in on the basket ancl score. BIRMINGHAM 63 - MOUNT CLEMENS 33 Thirty points was the difference between Birmingham and Mount Clemens. The Maples show good ball control and sank baskets which made the score in their favor. PORT HURON 47 - MOUNT CLEMENS 37 Port l-luron's basketball court was the scene of the second meeting between the Bathers and the Big Reds. A low score showed on the score board, but the MC team was unable to control the ball and make the baskets count. VARSITY TEAM, bottom row: fleft to riglitl Mr. Lockwood. coach, C. Kepus, L. McDoniel, NV. Weber, J. Freemon, G. Dubbs and I-1. Pearl. Second row: B. Girson, L. Tyson, D. Mial, H. johnson, D. Carpenter, G. Brouwer, L. VVil'is and P. Kraatz. JUNIOR VARSITY MOUNT CLEMENS 39-VAN DYKE 38 turned when the Bathers to beat the Abes by one The tables were traveled to Van Dyke point as they had done to us earlier in the season. Outstanding rebounding and team play credited the MC team with their second victory. FERNDALE 76 - MOUNT CLEMENS 50 Ferndale trounced the Bathers for the second time in the season. The powerful Railsplitters who were on their way to the E.lVl.l... title showed excellent ball both in offense and defense. HAZEL PARK 52 - MOUNT CLEMENS 51 The Vikings came to lVlount Clemens for a repeat performance and did just that. They defeated the Bathers by the same cliff hanging basketball and pulled out with the same concluding score. ROYAL OAK KIMBALI.. 52 - MOUNT CLEMENS 43 Mount Clemens toppled under the determined play of Kimball. The visitors aimed, let go and swish, another basket that helped decide the final score. EAST DETROIT 72 - MOUNT CLEMENS 71 An inspired MC team gave the title hoping Shamrocks a tough battle in a game that wasn't over until the final buzz of overtime sounded. The Bathers played their finest game of the season with outstanding rebounding and baskets that added to the close and exciting finish. TEAM, third row: D. Logic, C. Williams, J. Hall, J. Bassett, C. Mial, L. Cosart and Mr. Choiniere, coach. Fourth row: G. Howell, R. Bush, M. Childers, M. Bade, B. Turner, L. Brown and W. VVood. 110 Action Was Fast Even Though We Lost Bill XVeber C441 shoots a two-handed push shot just over the defending fingers of a Ferndale player. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL This year's jayVee basketball team hnished their season with a seven won and nine lost record. Each game provided thrills for the fans and experience for every player on the team. The many hours of practice proved very rewarding for four members of the team, when in the middle of the season, they were promoted and became varsity players. The future opponents of MCHS had better tal-ie notice of the '57-58' ,layVee team for they never stopped when the ball bounced in the wrong direction and continued dribbling on under Coach Robert Choinere. 1 Shamrock is still in doubt. lt only looks like Steve Levine Q-123 has a good grip on the nose of East Detroit's No. 39. ln the melee the Batliers lost the hall. I 20 The outcome of this jump ball between Marty Mclrloniel QZSJ and an unidentified Gym Students Enjoy Recreational Activities Members of a boys' gym class do push-ups as a part of their physical fitness program. Y 3 Members of the girls water safety class .watch a 1 demonstration of modern artificial respiration. 'Ns sww - hgwh Members of the Co-Recreation gym class all take their turns on the trampoline. 'Q 'S l 2 l Dave Sheridan starts as Jim Nicholson finishes in a swininnng meet. ,lohn Rodgers. Toni Bailey and Bill Albee shout encouragement Their Style Is Points SWIMMING The l958 version of the Bather swim team set four new tank records this season. John Buckholz swam the butterfly breast stroke in the new time of l:06.5 and he also set a new mark of l:42.2 in the l50 yard individual medley race. Duane Gamm was clocked at l:08 in the back stroke in setting a new record in that race and the 200 yard medley relay team of Duane Gamm, Bob Nicholson, jerry Markle and Jack Smoot set a new record of 2:02 for that event. With the season complete the team compiled a record of six wins and seven losses. The Bather swim team earned a tie for third place in the E.lVl.L. finals. SWIMMING SCORES 37 lVI.C. vs. R.O. Kimlall 59 44 lVl.C. vs. Ferndale 52 63 lVI.C. vs. Fitzgerald 33 33 lVl.C. vs. Birmingham 63 37 lVl.C. vs. Edsel Ford 49 31 NLC. vs. Hazel Park 65 41 lVI.C. vs. R.O. Kimball 55 53 lVl.C. vs. Hamtramck 43 50 lVl.C. vs. Ferndale 46 58 lVl.C. vs. Hazel Park 38 49 lVl.C. vs. Fitzgerald 43 20 lVl.C. vs. Birmingham 76 67 lVl.C. vs. Hamtramck 29 E..lVI.L. Finals - Tie for Third to Henry Parkinson as hc prepares to turn for another lap. Bottom row: qlcit to rightl Mr. Xt-nn-tli. maicli. nl. Nicholson, A. Oswald, ID. lf c n I o n, 12, Stevenson, D. Killoran. ll. Klavllillzlil. J. Mzn'l4lv. R. Allen anal R. Magnuson. Second row: T. Scliaint-lim-n, B. llittrich. ll. Rodgers, T. Bailey, li. llcrginan. ,l. Lozen XY. XYins1:1nli'y, il. Millar. IJ. linmin zinc XY, Crihhs. Third row: R. Thoel, H. llarkinson, IJ. Hahn, J. Smool, XY. Jacobs, Bnckholz, R. Nicholson, ll. Sheridan and XV. .Xllwct-. Fourth row: G. Ellis. .-X. Lawrence. V. Cumniings. il. Rohcrtroy, U. Naughton, lf Czznriirclti. VI. Nnighton and G. Surnian. ll! Some Aquabelles come together for a Their Grace Is Beauty AQUABELLES Lots of practice and hard work go into the Aquabelles' annual water show. Entitled T.V. Review this year's show was based around numerous T.V. programs. The girls wrote and arranged each one of the numbers presented in the program. This club may be joined by any girl, grades 9-IZ, if she can pass a test of I0 syncronized swim- ming stunts. Each year the number of new "belles" is determined by how many graduated the previous year. lVlrs. Robert Puchalla, the club's sponsor, and several other club members select the new members during the tryouts each fall. Total membership each year usually amounts to about 25 girls. Precision in and out of the water mark the Aquabelles. huddlejv Three boil the Aquabcllcs show their ability in synclironizod water a et, Bottom row: left to rightl L. Markle, S. lirnst, B. Gillespie. M. Collier, H. Bridges and Bobcean, B. Voiers, C. Hinmon, il. Betts. S. R. Baumgartcn. Top row: S. Reynolds, j. Truinlro and B. Walker. Second row: Mrs. Hands, M. Hayden, D. Eyth, j. Hill, N. llllflli-lllil, sponsor, B. Reynolds. I.. Dloiivs, C. ESCl'lClll?lIl'Q' and M. Monte. Ili Building Good School Spirit ls Their lolo ln their colorful red and gray uniforms the cheerleaders, with enthusiasm and school spirit, spur the crowd on to cheer the MCHS teams to victory. The cheerleaders are made up of girls chosen from tryouts which are held at the beginning of each school year. The new girls represent the junior varsity team and the older cheerleaders represent the varsity team. They accompany the team to all away games, both football and basl-cetlaall. Leading the fans in cheers thrugh all sorts of football weather is a big part of their job of cheerlead- ing. Many hours are spent practicing and making up new cheers and the girls, under the sponsor, Miss Mary Hays, perform and very capably handle their job. l " 2 lx if J, I W xr H , '. , , The cheerleaders baked a calcc and gave it to the football team to be eaten AFTER the last game. Bottom row: tleft to rightj Miss Hays, sponsor, P. tiillctt, M. Farber, J. Syria, L. Todd and V. Xlarilynn Farber, Linda Spehar, Vivian jones and Joan Syrja find time to practice a cheer. This makes them near perfect on Held or floor. jones. Top row: S. Stocki, G. Fox, L. Spchar, ll Wiggins and G. Maas. MW' i lk 3 it Enjoying Athletics Is Their Endeavor G. A. A. Playclays ancl intraclub tournaments are just two of the activities engaged in by the Girls Athletic Association. Each A A fcnccrs ina' not alxvi 5 shovt ood form year the girls, by participating in the various activities, earn points toward and NIC letter. Competition between themselves promotes sportsmanship and the girls learn the rules and regulations of many sports. Wo... A - A - Q 5 'Ky ' In tlivy enjoy and learn the graceful sport. 5l1l1'lCy Jennings and Connie Forton feccl each other clnrmg the G.A.A. initiation. Bottomrow: Clefttorightj Miss Scl1cid.sponsor, li. Benoit, A. W'alker, M. Sai-ns, C Hnnrlt J. Hill, M. Schwalm, M. Brandenburg, F. and C. Forton. Third row: K. Kohn, M.Qninn, Greene. S. Dixon, M. Brunke, R. Cole, lf. Ernst. D. Ponnnerenk. P. Skinner, ll. J, Dowdal, and S. Bovensclien. Second row: lirrlnian, j. Kabel G. Maas and H. l'ortcr. li. Gaelic, S. Talbot, S. Bownson, ,l. Stecli, IZS Speed, Skill, Points Win TRACK Putting his team through their paces coach David lVlcE.vers started the lVl.C.l-l.S. l958 track season off with conditioning exercises. Each boy went out for the events hest suited to his abilities and desires. By diligently practicing, the entire team showed enthusiasm for the spring sport and entered each meet with the desire to win. Events like the mile and the 440 took stamina and endurance while strength was the outstanding factor in the shot put. Co-ordination was necessary for the pole vault and hurdles and the dashes required speed. Each boy in each event was only a small part of each meet, but teamed together they made the track season a memorable one for lVl.C.H.S. VVill he make it? Of course, he hasn't started to roll yet. Bottom row: Lleft to rightl Mr. Lockwood. coach, B. Girson, J. Naughton, P. Clcven, XV. ,l'llO1ll3S, B. Dittrich, R. O'Dell, H. Kreagcr and Mr. McEvers, coach. Second row: R. Stark, VV. Simms, B. Cranon, G. DuBois. J. Folson, T. Schaniehorn, C. Jacobs, J. Brinker and A. Kaptrosky.Third row: B. Rieck, R. Fox, H. Dick Miller tries to perfect his form in early spring hurdle drills. Tuinbo, J. Baarck, R. Moore, J. Millar, R. Czarnecki. R. Marshall and D. Carpenter. Fourth row: R. Bush, C. Pfeil, D. Krueger, D. Mial, C. Mial, T. Flodger, R. Dickey, R. Morris, M. Millar and R. Timpf. Fifth row: P. Wells, VV. VVatson, D. Dubay. C. Kings, D. Casicr, D. Baldwin and H. Pearl. 35 ng- 'vigil l 2 'ii' Wi 'X Jillian ' A - ,K . :mr 5713, ffi ' 126 Slide! Bathers, Slide! BASEBALL Memorial Stadium was the site of most of the lVl.C.l'l.S. baseball team's practice sessions and games. Reviewing old techniques and learning new ones started Coach George Wiggiiis' team through another season of fly balls, homeruns, stolen bases and lots of hard work. The bases, infield and outfield positions were filled with an enthusiastic team with the determination to tag: the opponent out at the first possible chance. Baseball language of hits and runs. squeeze plays and errors never ceased until the umpire had called the last strike. Rick Hovcy tpitcht-rl burns onc 21- Crnss the platc. The Bathcr hunch- A Couple of onlookers as well A Bathcr belts one out of the park in an intra-squad as players john VanNieuwal, Bryan Ellis Chuck game. Baarck and Harry Zurawski watch the action at the plate. Bottgm fowg tlt-it tu iiglitl li, Mt'Lii'.tt'lit'11, Lf llztziwlt. l. Xl2lllXlt'llXX'2ll. bl. Sinoot. H. li. ldlllllivl, tl lloll'1n:i1i. vl. Cmisiqliu, 'lf lfzirzigo Ztiranwlti. llmlliiults, lt. llovcy. B. Ellis and .intl -I. llasst-tt. Third row: R. Klcliowqtii, l. Nlailans. Second row: Nlr, XX'iggins, coach. N. Smith. l.. li0vIll'I- l-- 51.-lllhllh lf' livffla- kg- lim-lp, lj. t'pmp.,-rl Lil Kttpus, XY, Xtclycr, ll. llt'2lrvllA't', ll l.H2it'. li. ll0UX't'1' Jlllllhl. ljtlllfly. """ 127 Swo-omph! A Point For The Netters l i Y , l Steve Levine "follows through" on a forehand smash. TENNIS Love, advantage in and ad- vantage out were some of the words shouted back and forth over the nets of the lVl.C.l-l.S. tennis courts as members of the tennis team p ra c t i c e d foot work and tested co-ordination. After school workouts, under the coaching of Mr. Allan Olds, gave the team an opportunity to drill on various tennis funda- mentals that were used through- out the season. Whether the team travelled for away games or entertained on their home courts, they gained knowledge from many new experiences -and their teamwork and sportsmanship were rewarded. Bill Albee stretches to put more power into his serve. Bottom row: Cleft to rightl Mr. Olds, coach, ping, j.Held, D.Sheridan, H. Parkinson, H. R. Shoup, DI. Buckholz, M. McDoniel, NV. Albee, Parkinson, G. Steiss, D. MacMillan and T. G. Dnhbs and S. Levine. Second row: R. Cop- Twork. l2S Putters And Irons Are The1r Trademark 1? lf' X ?' Q C ,YV GOLF Coach Charles Stephenson led his golf team through pre- season practices so that golfing skills were perfected and good play became almost automatic All home matches were played at the Gowanie Country Club and each opponent was m e t with a confidence that guided the tea m through a successful season. Using all their woods and irons to their best advantage, the boys drove golf balls down the fairway, avoided traps and bunkers along the way. A n d finally, putting the ball across the green into the cup. . . l X Skip Schwartzcnlxerg practices his L? La Lim?-I: M IL UN Stamf ning during a practice session, Bottom row: fleft to rightl Mr. Stephenson, and C. XVeismr Top row L Spodeck R coach, H. Schwartzcnberg, R. Eaton, M. Badc Baldwin, T. 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Gratiot Avenue STRAUS BLOSSER - McDOWELL Investments HUBBARD FUNERAL SERVICE 71 North Ave., Mount Clemens, Michigan H. J. WALTZER 8 SON 59 N. Walnut Street CASS AUTO PARTS 300 Cass Hvenue GIBBONS BAKERY HOWIE'S SODA BAR Graduation Cakes 307 Cass Hvenue HOward 8-9408 ANTON'S LEE PRINTING COMPANY Family Shoes Men's Furnishings 99 Walnut, Opposite lewel WOLFF MILLINERY 12 N. Walnut Street SAMSON FISH CO. 36549 letferson Hvenue SENIOR ACTIVITIES INDEX PAGE 8 ADAMS, LORRAINE Y-Teens 2-3, G.A.A. I ALBEE, WILLIAM Swimming 3-4, Key Club 3. Tennis 3-4, Football I-2-3-4, M.C. Club I-2-3-4, Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4, St. Councl 4, Class Officer 2 ALBRO, CAROL ALLEN, JAMES "Goodbye, My Fancy" 4. Hi-Y 4, Football 2, Track I-2 ALLEN, RICHARD R. Football 2-3-4, Band I-2. Swimming I-2-3-4, Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4, KeyClub 3-4, Basketball I-2 ALLMACHER, DANIEL Football I, Basketball I-2, Baseball I-2 ANDERSON, GARY AVENDT, JANE BABCOCK, BOB Audio-Visual Aids 3-4, Latin Club 4 BALLARD, DONALD BARNA, REBECCA BARTLETT, STANLEY Track 3, Football I-2-3, St. Council I, Baseball l-2, Jr. Red Cross I-2-3-4 BASSETT, SANDRA Y-Teens 2-3-4, G.A.A. I, Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4, St. Council 2-4, Aquabelles 2 BEADLE, CAROL BECK, JANET BECKER. LINDA BENNETT. JUDITH Y-Teens 2-3-4, G.A.A. I-Z, Yearbook 2-3-4, Latin Club l-2-3-4, Service Club 3, "June Mad" 3, "Goodbye, My Fancy" 4, Class Officer I, Cr. Writing Club 2, PAGE 9 BETTCHER, JUDY Y-Teens 3-4, OH. Training 4, St. Council 2, F.H.A. I-2, Jr. Red Cross I BETTS, JOCELYN Aquabelles 2-3-4, Orchestra I-2-4 BILLIS, BEVERLEY Y-Teens 2-3-4, G.A.A. I, Off Training 4, St. Council 4 BLANK, LOIS BOBCEAN, SALLY Y-Teens 2-3-4, Serv Club 3-4, St. Council 2-3, Latin Club I-2, St. Council 2-3, Aquabelles 3-4, Cl. Officer 2, "Goodbye, My Fancy" 4. G.A.A. I-2, Pep club 2-3 BODEN, DONALD Football I, Swimming 2 BOREHAM, JUDITH Serv. Club 3, Off .Training 4. Cheerleader 2-3-4 BORKE, DONNA G.A.A. I, F.H.A. 2 BOSKEE, NANCY Ser. Club 4, Jr. Red Cr. 3-4, For. Correspondent 2 BROUWER, SANDRA Y-Teens 3, Retailing Club4 BROWN, DONALD BRUSH, JULIE G.A.A. I, Latin Club l, Y-Teens 2, St. Council 4, OE. Training 4, "Goodbye, My Fancy" 4 BUCHLER, BETTY BUHI.. WILLIAM Football I-2-3, Track 3-4, Basketball I, St. Council I PAGE 10 BUTLER. JAMES St. Council I, Track 2, Cross Country 3, Art Ser. Club 4 CALABRESE, PAUL Retailing Club 4 CALHOUN, DOUGLAS CANNON. THOMAS Monitor 4, Band 2-3-4, Orchestra 2 CARLONE, WILLIAM Swimming I CARNS, FRANK CARROLL, MARILYN Off. Training 4 CASIER, DONALD Prcj. Crew I-2-3-4, Cross Country I, Football I-3, Track I-2-3-4 CHALFANT, PATRICIA CHAMPION, RUTH CHAPMAN, DONALD Audio-Visual-Aids 2-3-4. Monitor I-2 CHAPMAN, KATHRYN CHARBENEAU, JOYCE CLAY, DAVID COLE, DARRELL COLLINS, ROBERT PAGE 1 l COLLINS, JOSEPH Basketball I-2-3-4 COMPTON, KATE French Club 2-3 COPELAND, RICHARD Key Club 3-4, Class Off. 4, St. Council 4, Monitor 4, Ser. Club 4, Football I COPPING, RONALD Cross-Country 3, Track 2-3, French Club 2-3, Tennis 4, Band I-2-3, Science Club 3 CORNEILLIE, NANCY G.A.A. l CORRELI.. MONTE Football I-2-3, Track I-2-3 COTTER, KAREN COTTLE, ROSEMARIE Y-Teens 2-3, Monitor 4, "June Mad" 3, G.A.A. I-2 COTTRELI., DARLENE Y-Teens 2 COULON, MELVIN St. Council 4, Band I-2-3-4, Orchestra 3-4, Football I-2 COX, SUZANNE Art Ser. Clubi4 CRAMER, SHARON CRANON, BERNARD Band I, M.C. Club 2, Football 2, Track 2-3-4, Cross Country 2-3-4 CRAWFORD, ROBERT CRON, JOSEPH Monitor 4 CUMPER, DUANE KEY Club 4, Monitor 4, Hi-Y 4, Baseball I-2-3-4, Football 3 CZARNECKI, RALPH Football I-2-3-4, M.C. Club 4. St. Council 4, "June Mad" 3, Swimming 2, "Goodbye, My Fancy" 4, Track I-2-3-4 PAGE 12 DAVIS, FRANKLIN DAVIS, RICHARD Retailing 4, Monitor 4 DEBUSSCHERE, LENORE DECAUSSIN, RICHARD DEDENBACH, THOMAS Mirror 3-4, Football I-4, Track 2, Monitor 4 DEIZ, GEORGE DENRYTER, ROBERT Science Club 3 DEWINTER, JOSEPH D'HONDT, ROGER Scgence Club 4, St. Council DIRJAN, MARGARET Science Club 3-4, Retailing Club 4, Bible Club 4 DIRJAN, MELANIA Science Club 3-4, G.A.A. 3. Latin Club 2-4, Bible Club4 DITTMAR, Ronald Stage Crew 2-3-4, Jr. Red Cross 3-4 DI'I'I'RICH, BYRON Swimming 2-3-4, Track4 DIVERGILIO, MARIE For. Correspondent I, Banker 4 DOBRIE., MARILYN Y-Teens 2-3, Usher 4, Gym Leader 4, Cad Teacher 4 PAGE 13 DOPP, GRACE Y-Teens 2-3-4, Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4, Class Off. 3, Cad. Teacher 4 DOUGHERTY, CAROL Yearbook 3-4, Band I-2-3-4, St. Council 3, Cad Teacher4 DOWDAL, JAMES DOWE, HAROLD DOWNEY, ROBERT DIXON, BARBARA DUBAY, DENNIS Football 2-3-4, Track 2-4 Basketball I-2, M.C. Club 2-3-4 DUBAY, SHARLENE Y-Teens 2-3-4, G.A.A. I, Youth Forum 3-4. Science Club 3, Jr. Red Cross 3-4 DUBBS, BETTY Usher 3, Y-Teens 2-3-4, French Club 2-3, G.A.A. I- 2-3, Band I-2-3-4, Gym Leader 3, St. Council I, Cad. Teacher 4 DUCKERT, SHIRLEY Y-Teens 2-3-4, Office Training 4 DUNKELBERG, OWEN Football I, Basketball I-2-3 DUNKELBERG, SHERRY St. Council I-2-4 DURHAM, NAOMI Latin Club I, G.A.A I ERNST, CAROLE Y-Teens 2-3-4, Mirror 3-4 G.A.A. I-2-3-4, St. Council 2, Latin Club I, Cl. Officer 4, Aquabelles 3-4, Cad. Teacher 4, Gym Leader 3 ERSKINE, BARBARA ESCH, JOHNEEN Retailing Club 4 FIEBELKORN, GLADYS Usher 3-4 PAGE 14 FISHER, BARBARA FISHER, THOMAS Stage Crew 3-4, Hi-Y 3 Swimming I -2-3, Football I-2-3 FLOURNOY, PETER Basketball I-2 FOLSON, JOHN Track I-2-3-4, M.C. Club 2- 3-4, Cross Country 2 FORTON, DAVID Monitor 4 FOX, CAROL Y-Teens 2-3, CI, Officer 3, Ser. Club 3, Off. Training 4 FRANK, GLENDA JOYCE Bible Club 2-4 FRAZIER, WILHELMINA FRYER, WILLIAM GAMM, DUANE Swimming I-2-3-4, Foot- ball I-2 GEER, CARL GEER, SHARON GEIER, PHILLIP GERHARDT, JUDITH GERLACH, JOACHIM Hi-Y 4 GIBSON, CYNTHIA Orchestra I-2-3-4, G.A.A. l-2 GIBSON, DONALD GILLESPIE, COLEEN G.A.A. I-2, Y-Teens 3, Off. Training 4, "June Mad" 3, "Goodbye, My Fancy" 4 PAGE 15 GLEFKE, DONALD GLEFKE, LORRAINE Monitor 3 GOBAT, SANDRA Audio-Visual-Aids 2-3-4, Youth Forum I-2, "Good- bye, My Fancy" 4 GORMAN, MARIE GREENFIELD, JOHN GROBAR, SHARON Y-Teens 3-4, Serv. Club 3, Yearbook 2 GRUNOW, NANCY GRZADZINSKI, POLLY HANDS, JUDITH G.A.A. I-2, Aquabelles 3-4, Off. Training 4 HARDING, JUDITH "June Mad" 3, Y-Teens 2-3, Cad. Teacher 4 HARKINS, NORA G.A.A. I I-IARM, GERALD Baseball 3 HARMS, ARNOLD Football I, Basketball I, Monitor 4 HARTWAY, BONNIE Y-Teens 3-4 HARWEI.-L. PAULINE St. Council 2 HATFIELD, BENITA "June Mad" 3 PAGE 16 HAYDEN, MARY LOU Y-Teens 2-3-4, Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4, Aquabelles I-2-3-4 G.A.A. I-2-3-4, "Goodbye, My Fancy" 4. Ser. Club 3, Gym Leader 4 HEBERT, PATRICIA Y-Teens 2-3, Retailing Club 4 HEILBURN, CONSTANCE "Goodbye, My Fancy" 3 HELMS, DELORES Y-Teens 3-4 HELZER, PETER Football I-2-3, Monitor 4, Choir Pres. 4, Baseball I-2, St. Council l SENIOR ACTIVITIES INDEX HENRY, NANCY Latin Club 2-3-4, Science Club 3, Y-Teens 2-3-4 HERMAN, DAVID HEUMAN, WILLIAM Track 2-3-4, Choir 4. Basketball l-2 HIBBERT, GEORGE Hi-Y 4 HIBBERT, KENNETH Orchestra I-2, Band I-2 HILL, ROBERT HILL, RUBY G.A.A. I HONISTON, EILEEN Y-Teens 2-3, G.A.A. I HORNE, YVONNE Off. Training 4 HOVEY, RICHARD Baseball 2-3-4, Band 4 HUBERT, JACQUELINE Jr. Red Cr. 3, Latin Club 4. Y-Teens 2 PAGE 17 HUHNS, JUDITH Latin Club 3-4, Y-Teens 3-4. Science Club 4, Masque 8: Wig 4 HOWARD, REBECCA Y-Teens 2-3-4, Ser. Club 3. St. Council I, Cr. Writing 2. "Goodbye, My Fancy" 4 INGRAM, OMEGA JAQUE5- .IAMES Yearbook 3-4, Science Club 3-4 JAMES, WILLIAM JAMRUS, CAROL JEFFERY, MARY Y-Teens 2, Masque 6: Wig 2. "June Mad" 3, "GoodbyC. My Fancy" 4 JENSEN. GAIL Y-Teens 2-3-4, Art Ser. Club 4 JOHNS, FREDERICK JOHNSON, JOLYNE Y-Teens 2-3-4, Usher 2-3, Choir 4 JOHNSON, SHARON Y-Teens Z-3-4. G.A.A. I-2-3-4 JONES, MARY LOUISE Y-Teens 2-3-4, St. Council I-2-3-4, Cl. OIT. 3, Jr. Red Cr. 2-3, Latin Club I-2-4 JONES, VIVIAN Usher 3-4, Y-Teens 3-4,. Cheerleader 3-4, OIT. Traln- ing 4, Bible Club 4, Youth Fomm 4, Cad. Teacher 4 JUNKE, MICHAEL Stage Crew 2-3-4, Golf 4, Swimming 3, Latin Club 2-4, "Carousel" 4 KABEL, JOAN G.A.A. 3-4, Cad. Teacher 4 KASTER, JUDITH Cheerleader l-2-3-4. Aquabelles 2 KEIL, NOREEN Y-Teens 2-3-4, Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4, Science Club 3-4, Latin Club I-2-4 KEITH, CARL Youth Forum 3, For. Corr. Club 2-3, Cad. Teacher 4 PAGE 18 KENNEDY, DONA Y-Teens 4, Cad. Teacher 4, St. Council 4 KING. ELDRIDGE KIELMAN, WILLIAM Mirror 3-4, Stage Crew 3-4, St. Council I, Football 2, Swimming 2-3 KITZMAN, DORIS G.A.A. 3, Off. Training 4. Gym Leader 4 KLENKE, ESTHER Usher 3 KNOX, IMO OIT. Training 4, Art Ser. Club 4 KOLZNAK, BARBARA Y-Teens 2-3-4, Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4, Aquabelles 3. Science Club 3-4, Latin Club l-2, St. Council 2 KOSSACK, MARVIN Cross Country 3, Track 3 KOWALCZYK, CAROL Y-Teens 4, "Goodbye, My Fancy" 4 KRAATZ, BRUCE KRALL, GLORIA KRAUSE, BERNADINE OIT, Training 4 KREAGER, HARVEY Track -I-2-3-4, Monitor 3-4. Football I-2-3, "Carousel" 4 KREINBRING, DONALD KUEHN, DOROTHEA Y-Teens 2-3-4, Monitor 3-4. Ser. Club 3, Off. Training 4, Latin Club l, G.A.A. l KURSTEINER, DAVID Football I-2-3-4, Monitor 4, M.C. Club 4, Baseball 2-3-4 LADD, DONNA Usher 3, Y-Teens 3, Latin Club 4 LANE. GEORGE Cross Country 4, Hi-Y 4 PAGE 19 LAWSON, LORNA LEACH, RALPH Band l-2 LEE, DUNCAN Band 2 LEE, ROBERT LEHI-. ROY Monitor 4 LEICHTI, TERRENCE Science Club 3-4 LEITZ, RAYMOND Cross Country 3, Track 3 LEROY, URSULA LESLEY, HARRIETI' LEVINE, NADELLE Yearbook 3, "June Mad" 3, "Goodbye, My Fancy" 4. Latin Club I-2-4. G.A.A. I-2 LEVINE, STEPHEN Key Club 3-4, Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4, Tennis l-2-3-4, Basketball 2-4, St. Council I-2-4, M.C. Club 2-4 LEWIS, MARY ESTHER LEWIS, SALLIE Y-Teens 3-4, Off. Training 4, Bible Club 4, Youth Forum 4 LIEBZEIT, RICHARD LOFFREDI, VIRGINIA Y-Teens 2-3-4. Off. Training 4 LOGIE, DARRYL Retailing 4 LOVE. ALEX PAGE 20 LYMAN. MARIAN MacDUFF, NANCY Y-Teens 2-3-4, Cad. Teacher 4 MacALPlNE, SUE MacKENZIE, RICHARD Jr. Red Cross 2-3, Art Ser. Club 4 MAKAR, BEVERLY Off. Training 4 MALBIN, MICHAEL Key Club 3-4, Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4, M.C. Club 3-4. Ser. Club 3-4 Hi-Y 4. Monitor 4 MANELLA, ANTHONY Swimming 2-3, St. Council 2-4 MANN, FRANCIS MARKLE, JERRY Swimming 2-3-4, Orch. 4, Band I-2-4, Key Club 3-4 M.C. Club 4, Latin Club 2 MARTENS, JAMES M.C. Club 2-3-4, Track l-2, Football I-Z-3-4, Basketball I-2-3 MARTIN, DARLENE Off. Training 4 MARTINEZ, NANCY Off. Training 4 MATHISON, JUDITH Y-Teens 3, Aquabelles 3-4, Ser. Club 4 MAYES, PATRICIA McCOLLOM, FLORENCE McCORMlCK. MICHAEL McCRACKEN, ROBERT Baseball 3-4, Monitor 4, "Carousel" 4 MCDONALD, WILLIAM Youth Fomm 3, For. Corr. 3, Bible Club 4, Hi-Y 4, "June Mad" 3 PAGE 21 McDONIEL, CLYDE McDONIEL. MARTIN Basketball I-2-3-4, Foot- ball I-3, Tennis 2-3-4, M.C. Club 3-4, Key Club 4 MQSORLEY, SHARON MEYHOFFER, ARTHUR MIAL, IRENE Y-Teens 4, G.A.A. 4 MICK, DONALD Bible Club 3 MILLAR, RICHARD Cross Country 3, Key Club 3, Track 2-3-4, St. Council 4 MILLER, JAMES Bible Club 4, Jr. Red Cr. 4 MILLER, MICHAEL Baseball 2-3-4, Ser. Club 4 Cross Country 4, Hi-Y 4 MILLER, ROBERT M. Swimming 3, Art Ser. Club 4 MILLER, SHIRLEY C. Y-Teens 2-3, Jr. Red Cr. 3, Retailing Club 4 MILLER, SHIRILY M. MITTELSTADT, SANDRA Band I-2-3-4, Class OIT. I, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Monitor 3, Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4, Aqua- belles I-2-3-4, St. Council 4 MONNIER, BEVERLY Ser. Club 3, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Monitor 4, Retailing Club 4 MOORE, JANICE Y-Teens 2-3-4, Monitor 3, Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4, Latin Club I-2 PAGE 22 MOORE, ROBERT Monitor 3, Track I-2-4 MORRIS, CAROL ANN Off. Training 4 MORRIS, ROBERT Band 3-4, Track 3-4, Key Club 4, Orchestra 4, M.C. Club 4 MOSS. PATSY MOSS, WAYNE NOBLE, JOHN NUGENT, KAREN Y-Teens 2-3-4, Science Club 3-4, Latin Club I-Z-4, Band I-2-4, Class Off. I St. Council 2 NYLAND, ROZANNE F.H.A. 2 OAKEY,..JUDITH Yearbook 3-4, G.A.A. 2, Latin Club 3-4, Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4, Cr. Writing I, Jr. Red Cr. 2, Science Club 3 OEHMKE, WAYNE O'KELLEY, JAMES Stage Crew 3-4, Band 4 OLSEN, JOHN Class OE. 3, Baseball 3, Football I-2-3-4, St. Council I-4, M.C. Club 4 OPPER, AGUSTA Mirror 3-4, Science Club 3-4, Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4, Jr. Red Cr. 3-4, Bible Club 3-4 PAGE, HARRY Track 3, M.C. Club 3 PARRES, MICHAEL PARRISH. JOHN Monitor 4, Band I-2-4 PAUL. SANDRA Y-Teens 3-4, Monitor 3 PAGE 23 PEARL, JOHN Audio-Visual-Aids I-2-3-4, Track 3, Football I-2-3, Hi-Y 4, Monitor 4 PETERS, ANN Latin Club l-2-3-4, Youth Forum 4, Science Club 3-4, Jr. Red Cr. 2-3 PFEII... CARL Cross Country 3-4, M.C. Club 3, Track 3-4 Bible Club 3 PLENDA, BONNIE Y-Teens 2-3-4, Monitor 4, Youth Forum 3-4, Jr. Red Cross 3, Cad. Teacher 4 PLONKA, JAMES PLUMMER, KAREN Y-Teens 3-4. Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4, Ser. Club 3, Class Off. 4, Latin Club 4. Monitor 4 PONDER, GARY POURCHO, DEANNA POWSER, GEORGE PREIMSBERGER, HERMAN PRICE, PATRICIA Retailing 4 PROCISSI, SANDRA Y-Teens 2-3-4 RACHOW, DARIINE Audio-Visual-Aids 3-4 Y-Teens 2-3-4, Science Club 2-4, Masque 6: Wig 3, Bible Club I-2-4 RALPH, RICHARD Science Club 3 RANDAZZO, RONALD Cross Country 3. Track 3 RASTIQUE, WAYNE Track I-3, Football I-2-3-4, M.C. Club I-Z-3-4, St. Council I-2-4, Monitor 4, "Carousel" 4 PAGE 24 B Baarck, Charles, 32, 32, 99, SENIOR ACTIVITIES INDEX REINOWSKI, LEONARD Latin Club I-2-3-4, Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4. Hi-Y 4. St. Council I-2, Class Off. 4, Science Club 4 RICHARDSON, LONNA Y-Teens 3 RICKARD, MARY Y-Teens 2-3-4, Science Club 3-4, Latin Club I-2-4. Cad. Teacher 4, Orchestra I-2-3-4 RICKERT, DAVID RICKERT. JONATHON RIDDELL. VERNON RIEDELI-. EUGENE ROOKS, DAVID Baseball 2-3-4 ROSSO, PATRICIA Y-Teens 2-3-4 ROSTEK. SOPHIE ROY. MICHAEL Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4, Hi-Y 4, Cad. Teacher 4, "Carousel" 4 RUBY, GAIL Off. Training 4 ST. AUBIN, LAWRENCE Swimming 3, Baseball 2-3-4. M.C. Club 4, Cad. Teacher 4 SAMS. CORA MAE SAMUELS. PHYLLIS Usher 3-4 Bible Club 4, Youth Forum 4, Cad. Teacher 4 SCHLUENTZ, JOHN Swimming I-2-3, St. Council 4 PAGE 25 SCHMIDT, MELVIN SCI'-IULTZ, DARLENE Science Club 3-4, Bible Club I-3-4, Cad. Teacher 4 SCHULTZ. JANET Y-Teens 2-3 SCHULTZ, SHIRLEY Y-Teens 2-3-4, Ser. Club 3, Off Tramln 4 St Coun . ' ' g , . . ciI2 SCHWARTZENBERG. HAROLD Golf I-2-3-4, M.C. Club 3-4 SCOFIELD, RICHARD Audio-Visual-Aids I-2-3-4, Science Club 3-4 SEAIVIANS, FAYE'l'I'E Y-Teens 2 SEAR. GARY Football 3-4, St. Council 4. M.C. Club 4 SHAW, WILLA SHEPHERD, SHARON Y-Teens 2-3-4, Monitor 3. Gym Leader 4, For. Corr. 2 SIEWERT, CAROL A Acciavatti, Thomas, 50 Ace, Ronald, 50 Adams, Mr. Donald, 69, 92 Adams, Edward, 42, l07 Adams, Lorraine, 8 Adams, Robert, 42 Adams, Ronald, 50 Adams Mrs. Virginia 73, I00 Ahrens, Mary, 32, l03 Ainsworth, Ronald, 42, I07 Aitken, Bill, 50, 86 Albee, Mr. Emery, 66 Albee, William, 8, 73, 85, 99, I04, l05, II4. IZZ. IZB SIEWERT. FREDERICK Audio-Visual-Aids 3-4. Band 4 SIMON, ROBERTA French Club 3, "Carousel" 4 Gym Leader 4 SIMPSON, MARY ANN Usher 3, Y-Teens 3-4, Ser. Club 3 SIRMAY, GEOFFREY Cad. Teacher 4, Science Club 3-4 SMALL, LINN Bible Club I-2-3-4, Cross Country 2-3-4. Track 2-3 PAGE 26 SMITH, CHERYL Ser. Club 3 SMITH, FLORENCE SMOOT, JACK Swimming I-2-3-4, M.C. Club 2-3-4, Choir Off. 4. Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4. Baseball I-2-3-4, Monitor 4. Football I-2-3-4, "Annie Get Your Gun" 3 "Carousel" 4 SPITZER, CLAYTON Science Club 3, Monitor 4. Masque Br Wig 2-3-4, "Goodbye, My Fancy" 4 STARK, RONALD Cross Country 3-4, Track 3-4 Basketball 4 STIER, ROLLAND STOCKI, WILLIAM Science Club 3, Pep Club 2 STONE, BENTLEY Science Club 3-4, Hi-Y 4, Cad. Teacher 4 STONE. FIRMER Hi-Y 4 STRAIT, NANCY STRONG, JEAN Off. Training 4 STUART, LINDA Y-Teens 2 STURM, BONNIE Y-Teens 2-3-4 SULLIVAN, DARLENE Usher 2-3-4, Y-Teens 2-3, Monitor 3-4. Latin Club 4, Retailing Club 4 SYRJA. JOAN Y-Teens 2-3-4, Off. Training 4, Cheerleader I-2-3-4, St. Council I-4 TAYLOR. TED Track 2-3-4 PAGE 27 THACKER, ROBERT Basketball 3-4, Monitor 4 TESCHENDORF, CARL Baseball 2-3-4, Football I-3-4 TIMPF, RICHARD Cross Country 3, Track 3-4, Hi-Y 4, Key Club 4 TINER, PHYLLIS Y-Teens 3-4, Off. Training4 TRABUE, GAYLEN Yearbook 3, Y-Teens 2-3, Aquabelles 2-3, Class Off. 2. St. Council 2-4, "June Mad" 3, Cad. Teacher 4 TRAXLER, MARY LOUISE Monitor 4 TUNKS, JOSEPH "June Mad" 3, "Goodbye, My Fancy" 4, Hi-Y 4 TUNKS, THOMAS Bible Club 2-3-4 TWORK, TIM Tennis 3-4, St. Council l TYVELA, BEVERLY TUCKER, LARRY UHRIG, JANET ULMAN, JOYCE Yearbook 3, Y-Teens 2-3-4 VADEN, GARY Art Ser. Club 4 VADIO, CAROLYN VanASSCHE, MARIE Retailing Club 4 PAGE 28 VanBEVER, ANN Mirror 3, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4, G.A.A. I-2-3-4, Monitor 4, Ser. Club 3, Gym Leader 3-4, Latin Club I-2-4, Cad. Teacher 4 VanNlEUWAL. JOHN Football 2-3, M.C. Club 2, Baseball 2-4, Monitor 4 VERNIER, NANCY JOAN Y-Teens 2-3, St. Council 2-3 VERTIN, VIVIAN VETOR. LYNDA VICE, NANCY Monitor 4 VINESKI. MARY LOU VOSE, CAROL Bible Club 4 WAGNER, RUSSELL St. Council 4, Monitor 3 WALKER, BONNIE Y-Teens 2-3-4, "Carousel" 4, Aquabelles 3-4 WEBB, DALE "June Mad" 3, "Goodbye, My Fancy" 4 WEIGEL, ALICE Monitor 3 GENERAL INDEX Albrecht, Fred, 50 Albro, Carol, 8 Aldridge, Patricia, 42, I00, l03 Alger, John, 50, 90, ll0, Ill Allen, Dolores, 42 Allen? Joan, 50, 57, 90, IO4, I0 Allen, James, 8, 92, IO3, I04 Allen, Richard, 8, 98, 99, IOS, ll0, II4, l2Z, l37 Allen, William. 42 Allmacher, Dan, 8 Allor, Elaine, 42, I03 Allor, Henry, 50 Allor, Martin, 50 Ambrous, Judy, 42, 100 Arrgsbury, Miss Doris M., 62, 6 Anderson, Joanne, 32 Anderson, Phillip, 42 Andrighetti, Larry, 32 Anselmi, Nola, 50 Anselmi, Norman, 42 Anthony, Brent, 79 Appleforcl, Anne, 32, 97, IOZ, I06 Arego, Gordon, 32, II6 Armstrong, Howard, 42 Armstrong, Williarn, 50 WEBER, WILLIAM Basketball 2-3-4, Monitor 4, Key Club 3-4, M.C. Club 3-4. Baseball I-2-3-4, St. Council 4 WEISNER, CHARLES Cross Country 3-4, Golf 4. Track 2-3, St. Council 4, Hi-Y 4, Monitor 3-4 VJEISSKIRCH, GRACE Usher 2-3-4, Y-Teens 2-3 WELLS, PERRY Hi-Y 4, Ser. Club 4, "Carousel" 4 WHEELER, MARTHA Usher 3, Latin Club 2-3-4, Band 3-4, Orchestra 4, Nat'l Honor Soc. 3-4. St. Council 4, Y-Teens 3-4, Cad. Teacher 4 PAGE 29 WHIPPLE, JOHN Track 2-3, Monitor 4 WILLIAMS, DONNA Mirror 2 WILSON, JANET WILSON, JILL Retailing 4, Monitor 3 WILSON, SHIRLEY M. Y-Teens 3-4 WILT, PATRICIA WINSTANLEY, LAURENCE For. Corr. Club 3, Science Club 3-4. Latin Club 3-4, St. Council 4 WITKOWSKI, THEODORE "Goodbye, My Fancy" 4, "June Mad" 3, St. Council 4 WITT. DOROTHY Usher 2-3-4, Y-Teens 3 WOLTMAN, RONALD Track 2-3, M.C. Club 3. Football 2-3, Baseball 2 WOODRUFF, WENDELL Monitor 3 WORSWICK, RICHARD Proj. Crew 3-4, Football Mgr. 3 WRIGHT, JAMES Cross Country 3, Track 3, Monitor 4 YOKOM. FLORENCE Audio-Visual-Aids 3-4 ZANDERS. MARY ZIELKE. VERLAINE Usher 2-3. Y-Teens 2-3 ZURAWSKI. HARRY M.C. Club 3-4. Baseball I-2-3-4, Football l-2-3-4. St. Council 4 Arnott, Allen, 32 Arthur, Kenneth, 42 Aston, Mrs. Reida, 75 Austin, Evelyn, 42 Avendt, Jane, 8 Avila, Janie, 42, l0l Avila, Louis, I07 I I4, IZ7 Baarck. John, 42, 84, I I6, l26 Babbitt, Harvey, 50 Babcock, Robert, 8, IO4 Bacon, Lorraine, 42, l0l, l02 Bacrinski, Patricia, 42 Bade, Mark, 42, 98, 119, 129 Bahorski, Ronald, 32, 106 Bailey, Thomas, 42, 98, 103, 116, 122 Bakeman, Audrey, 42 Bakeman, Janice, 50 Baker, Mr. Jerry, 67 Baker, Lawrence, 42 Baldwin, David, 42, 64, 103, 116, 126 Baldwin, Mary, 50 Baldwin, Richard, 32, 1 16, 129 Balkas, Christina, 50, 102, 110 Ball, Jill. 32, 65, 100, 102, 106, 107 Ballard, Donald, 8 Bandlow, Albert, 32 Bandlow, Dennis. 50 Bankhead, Alfreda, 50, 103 Bare, Dorothy, 50, 103 Barker, Francis, 42 Barkoot, Patricia, 32 Barna, Rebecca, 8, 69 Barnes, Edward, 50 Barnes, Roberta, 50 Barhum, Sally, 50 Barr, Arnold, 42 Bartley, Frank, 32 Bartlett, Stanley, 8, 104 Bassett, Robert, 8 Bassett, James, 42, 87, 98, 119, 127 Bassett, Sandra, 143 Bates, Michael, 42 Batklns, Charlotte, 32 Batkins, Donald, 42, 98, 116 Batkins, Merle, 50 Baty, Betty, 42 Baumgarten, Rene, 42, 123 Beadle, Carol, 8 Bean, Doreen, 50 Beardslee, Robert, 32, 127 Beaujean, Bonnie, 32, 87, 101 Beaiiraan, Mr. Warren F., 64, 1 Bechard, Bruce, 32, 1 I1 Beck, Janet, 8, 32, 61 Becker, Linda, 8 Bell, Bonnie, 42, 101, 106 Bell, Maxine, 42, 101 Beltz, Judith, 42 Benedict, Karen, 42 Benham, Sandra, 50 Bennett, Judith, 8, 79, 83, 96, 101, 104, 143 Benner, Susan, 42, 102 Benoit, Elva, 50 Benson, Arel. 50, 107 Ber an Edward, 32 87, 99, Bm v 1 102. 122 Berkhof, Carole, 50, 57, 85, 90, 103, 108 Berlthof, Mr. William L., 60, 83 Berrey, Elaine, 50 Bertling, Jacqueline, 50 Bettcher, Judy, 9 Betts, Jocelyn, 9, 111, 123, 140 Beverlin, Doris, 50, 85 Beverlin, Elizabeth, 50 Beyerlein, James, 32 Bielawski, Mr. Ralph, 70, 87 Bieske, Cale, 42, 101 Biggs, William, 84 Billis. Beverly, 9, 94, 101, 140 Bishop, Barbara, 32, 105 Bishop, Clarence, 42 Blaisdell. Carol. 32, 101 Blank, Janet, 32, 100, 108, 1 10, 1 1 1 Blank, linda, 50, 63 Blank, Lois, 9 Blasic, Judy, 42, 85, 100, 102 GENERAL INDEX Blattert, Carole, 42 Bleakley, Judy, 50 Blevins, Wilma, 32, 100, 108 Blohm, Richard, 42 Boardman, Mr. Earle, 64, 111 Bobcean, Sally, 9, 78, 100, 103. 123, 144 Bock, Barry, 42 Bock, Gail, 42, 85, 107 Bodanyi, Earl, 50 Bodanyi, Louis, 32, 86 Boden, Donald, 9, 104 Boden, Robert, 42, 67, 108 Boelter, Sharon, 42, 100 Boehcher, Robert, 50 Boglin, Alice, 50 Bogiin, Alvin, 50 Bohn, Elizabeth, 42, 105, 107 Bolden, Eldridge, 42, 116 Boll, Rieni, 32 Book, Caroline, 42, 100 Bora, Michael, 50 Bora, Richard, 32 Boreham, Judith, 9, 94 Borke, Donna, 9, 107 Boskee, Nancy, 9, 108 Bossart, James, 32, 87 Boston, Martha, 9, 32 Boston, Nancy, 42, 110 Bovenschen, Jerry, 32, 82, 97, 102 Bovenschen, Mrs. Ruth, 75 Bovenschen, Susan, 50, 84, 101, 108, 125 Boyce, Florence, 9, 100, 104. 105 Bradley, Jacqueline, 50 Brandenburg, Mona, 32, 100, 102, 103 Branham. Mrs. Madeline, 72 Brass, Judith, 50 Brass. Robert, 43, 107 Brassel. Alfred, 50 Bratrud, Judy, 43 Bratrud, Ted, 50 Brda, George, 32, 84, 114 Brenniman, Bevan. 32 Brenniman, Gary, 43, 98 Bressie, Betty, 32, 100 Bressie, Lonnie, 50 Brice, Patricia, 9, 101 Bridges, Harriet, 50, 57, 90, 102, 123 Brinker, Charles, 50 Brinker, John, 32, 99, 1 1 7, 126 Brown, Donna, 43 Brown, Janet, 50 Jim 33 107 116 Brown, , , . Brown, Leslie, 43, 116, 119 Brownlee, Betty, 33 Brownson, Sharon, 33, 80, 100, 102, 125 Brouwer, David, 43 Brouwer, Gary, 43, 1 19 Brouwer, Sandra, 9, 1 I6 Brunke, Margie. 33, 41, 101, 102, 125, 132 Brush, Julie Ann, 9, 78, 79, 84 Bryson, Carol, 50, 102 Buchler, Betty, 9 Buchmann, Barbara, 43, 100, 102 Buckholz. Mr. Ernest, 99 Buckholz, John, 33, 98, 99, 122, 128 Buckley, Marian, 43, 103 Buday. Rudolf, 50, 90, 108 Buhl, Bill, 9 Bujak, Janet, 43, 107 Bujak, Janice, 43, 71 Burgan, Carolyn. 43, 101, 111 Burk, Geraldine, 33, 85, 101, 102, 109 Burke, James, 50 Bush, Bonnie, 33 Bush, Raymond, 43, 119, 126 Butke, Robert, 50 Butler, David, 50 Butler, James. 10, 102 Butterfield, Dianne, 50 Buttermore, Carol, 50, 102 Bynum, Dale, 33 Byrd, Mr. Vernon, 63 C Calabrese, Paul, 10, 95 Calaway, Elaine, 51, 93, 107 Caldwell, William, 51 Calhoun, Douglas, 10 Cannon, Mary, 51 Cannon, Thomas, 10, 106, 110 Carey, Mary, 51 Carlone, William, 10, 83 Carns, Frank, 10, 103 Carpenter, Dean, 33, 92, 99, 1 1 7, 1 19, 126 Carroll, Marilyn, 10, 94 Carroll, Valerie, 51, 103 Carucci, James, 43, 89, 107 Casanova, Fino, 84 Casanova, Simon, 51 Casiiar, Donald, 10, 89, 106, 1 6 Casper, Gary. 51 Cassisi, Nancy, 51 Chalfant, Patricia, 10, 33, 107 Champion, Ruth, 10 Chapman, Donald, 10, 65, 86 Chapman, Kathryn, 10, 101 Charbeneau, Joyce, 10, 95 Charbeneau, William, 51 Cheifer, Ronald, 43 Childers, Michael, 43, 1 16, 1 19 Choiniere, Mr. Robert, 74, 1 14, 1 19 Chung, David, 43 Cirisan, Sam, 43 Clark, Betty, 33, 100, 103, 108 Clark, Jean, 51, 107 Clark. Peggy, 33, 100, 106 Clay, David, 10 Clerc, Donald, 51 Cleven, Mr. Cleo, 61, 84 Cleven, Philip, 43, 116, 126 Cobb, Connie, 43, 110 Cody, Mi Alice, 63 Coggins, Billy, 51 Cole, Darrell, 10 Cole, Jean, 33 Cole, Patricia, 51 Cole, Rosa, 43, 103, 108 Cole, Wade. 33 Coleman, Harriet, 7I Coleman, Joan, 71 Collier, Martha, 43, 102, 106, 123 Collier, John, 51, 73, 87 Collins, Bob, 10 Collins, Joe, 11, 33 Collins, Sondra, 43, 101 Colwell, Rudell, 51, 108 Compcan, Harold, 43 Compton, Katie, 11 Compton, Stewart, 51 Congdon, Walter, 43 Conklin, Donald, 33, 95, 110 Consiglio, Jack, 33, 41, 64, 84, 114, 127 Cook, Karen, 51 Cooper, John, 33 Copeland, Richard, 11, 71, 84. 98, 103, 108 Copping, Ronald, 11, 128 Corneillie, Nancy, 11 Correll, Monte, 11, 114 Cossart, Larry, 43, 114, 119, Cotter, Evelyn, 33, 71 Cotter, Karen, 11 Cottrell, Ann, 33, 84, 100 Cottrell, Darlene. 11 Cottrell, Karen, 43 Cottle, Rosemarie, 11 Couhn, Melvin, 11, 31, 110, 1 Cox, Suzanne, 11, 33 Cramer, Sharon, 11 Crane, Judy, 51, 107 Crancgn, Bernard, 11, 99. 117, 12 Cribbs, Willie, 43, 86, 92, 106, 122 Cron, Joseph, 11 Cron, Nancy. 51 Crum, Thomas, 33, 98 Crutchfield, Linda, 33, 106 Cummings, Victor, 51, 122 Cumper, Duane, 11, 92, 98, 104. 127 Cumper, Phillip. 51 Czarnecki, Ralph, 11, 85, 98, 99. 114, 126 Czarnecki, Tony, 51, 122 D Daeubler. Miss Hulda, 94 Dalecke, Shirley, 33, 106 Dalton, Rose Marie, 33 Daniels, Debbie, 66, 95, 101 Daniels. Robert, 33 Darin, Natalie, 43 Darling, Barbara, 33, 101 Darling, Judith, 43, 100, 102 Davies, Judith. 33, 100, 108 Davis, Frances, 43, 90, 96, 100, 102, 142 Davis, Franklin, 12, 33 Davis, Richard, 12, 95 Debegarea, Betty, 43 DeBusschere, Lenore, 12 DeCaussin, Richard, 12, 33 December, Carol, 43 Deftlgire, Elaine, 43, 101, 107, Dedenbach, Sherrell, 51 Dedenbach, Thomas, 12, 97, 114. 135 DeFrancis, James, 51, 84, 90 DeCrove, Charles, 43 DeCrove, Robert, 51 Deisz, George, 12, 110 DeKryse, Donna, 36, 87, 91, 100, 108 DeKiere, Sharon, 43, 103, 107 DeLaCruz, Anastasia, 33 DeLaCruz, Jane, 51 Denison. Patricia. 43, 100 Dennis, Nancy, 43, 100 Denryter, Robert, 12 Depers, Carleton, 51 Deppisch. Margo, 33 Deselmin, Judy. 51 Destross, Joan, 33 Destross, William. 43, 116 Dettloss, Roberta, 43 Dewggeneer, Shirley, 33 1 1 DeWinter, Joseph, 12 Devantier, Fern, 43, 100 D'Hondt, Roger, 12, 87 Dickle, Rose, 51 Dickey, Robert, 107. 116, 126 Dickinson, Richard. 51 Didaleusky, Dennis, 51 Diehl, Alvin, 43 Dillion, Patricia, 43 DiPao1a, Gail, 51, 84 Dirjan, Margaret, 87, 93, 95 Dirjan, Maria, 12, 87, 93, 95, 97 Dirjan, Melania, 12, 87, 93 Dittmar, Ronald, 12, 88 Dittgch, Byron, 12, 104, 122, 1 6 DiVergilio, Marie, 12, 81 Dixon, Barbara, 106 Dixon, Brenda, 51 , Dixon, Constance, 34, 95, 100 Dixon, Jane, 34, 95 Dixon, Mrs. Olive P., 64 Dixon, Mr. Richard J., 67, 96, Dixon. 96, Susan, 34, 41, 80, 91, 101.102, 125,138 Dixson, Janet, 51 D'l.uge, Joe, 51 Dobner, Gary, 34 Dobrie, Marilyn, 12, 95, 104, 105 Domagalski, Gene, 43 Donaldson, Carol, 34, 65, 101, 106 Donaldson, Diane, 51, 90, 102 Dooley, Robert, 51, 116 Dopp, Dale, 43, 102 Dopp, Grace, 13 Dorr, Judith, 34, 41, 82, 100, 102, 106 Dotson, Connor, 51 Dougherty, Carol, 13, 96, 110 Dow, Mary, 34, 43 Dow, Shirley, 34 Dowdal, Jim, 13 Dowdal, Judith, 34, 87, 100, 102, 109, 125 Dowe, Harold, 13 Downey, Robert, 13 Dozier, Benny, 43, 86, 92, 106, 1 10, 1 1 I Dozier, William, 34, 110 Drexler, Fred, 43 Drexler, Robert, 34 Drummond, Dianna, 44, 100 Drummond, Joanna, 44, 85, 100, 107 Drummond, Joseph, 34, 44 Dubay, Charlotte, 51 Dubay, Dennis, 13, 103, 114, 126 Dubay, Jack, 51, 127 Dubay, Kathleen, 51 Dubay, Nancy, 51 Dubay, Ronald, 51 Dubay Sharlene, 13 Dubbs: 1 no Betty, 13, 100, 104, Glefkel Lorraine, 15 Dubbs, George, 44, 110, 116, 119, 128 DuBois, Gary, 34, 87, 117, 126 Duckert, Shirley, 13, 145 Duden, James, 44 Dunltelburg, Owen, 13 Dunkelburg, Sherry, 13 Durant, Miss Florence, 70 Durham, Naomi, 13, 95, 104 Durst, Daniel, 34, 44 Durst, Darlene, 71 Durst, Kenneth, 34, 67 Dusing, Lawrence, 44, 107 Dybalski, Carol, 44 E Eaton, Robert, 34, 80, 99, 114, 129 Eaton, Sally, 34, 80, 91, 100 Ebert, Carol, 51 Eby, Judy, 51, 107 Eby, Sharon, 44, 107 Eclfenrode, Robert, 44, 92, 17 Eckert, Donald, 51 Eckman, David, 44, 91 Eckman, Walter, 44, 91 Edelstein, Michael, 102 Edwards, Harvey, 51 GENERAL INDEX Edwards, Joan, 51, 85, 90, 1 1 1 Edwinson, Lewis, 34 Ehrke, Michael, 44 Ehrke, Robert, 44 Elliott, Richard, 51 Ellis, Brian, 34, 85, 99, 127 Ellis, Gary, 44, 81, 96, 122 Engelman, Alice, 51, 104 Ennett, Mildred, 35 Erb, Donna, 44, 63, 68 Erdman, Darlene, 44, 91, 100 102, 125 Erdman, Delbert, 36 Erickson, Carolyn, 107 Ernst, Carole, 13, 30, 97, 104. 123 Ernst, Florence, 36, 41, 100, 102, 125 Ernst, Judy, 36 Erskine, Barbara, 13 Erusha, Mr. Donald, 70, 114 Esch, Denise, 36 Esch, Johneen, 13, 85 Eschenburg, Henry, 51 Eschenburg, Judy, 44, 101, I02, 106 Eschenburg, Marlene, 51 Eschenburg, Nancy, 34, 84, 100, 123 Essig, Thomas, 34, 41, 87, 1 10 Estes, Margie, 51 Estrada, Mary, 34, 101 Evans, Mr. Charles, 66, 116 Eyth, Diane, 34, 91, 102, 123 Ezell, Mary, 52 Ezell, John, 44 F Fairman, Arthur, 52 Fairman, George, 52 Faner, Ronald, 34, 102 Farago, Thomas, 52, 127 Farber, Marilynn. 34, 81, 85, 100, 102, 106, 108, 124 Farwell, Gail, 44, 91, 100, 102 Faulman, Larry, 52 Fenton, David, 44, 88, 122 Ferdfg, Diane, 52, 107 Fettue, Robert, 44, 89 Fetty, Sharon, 52 Fick, Karen, 44 Fiebelltorn, Gladys, 13 Fiest, Peggy, 44 Finch, Bryan, 52, 102 Fink, Judy, 44, 108 Fisher, Barbara. 14 Fisher, Thomas, 14, 88, 92, 104, 135 Fladger, Thomas, 34, 1 17, 126 Fleese, Nancy, 44, 107 Flemming, Bettie, 44, 107 Flemming, Michael, 35, 110, 1 I6 Flemming, William, 52 Flint, Glenn, 52 Floumoy, Martha, 44, 106 Flournoy, Peter, 14 Folson, John, 14, 99, 117, 126 Foote, Andrew, 35, 1 I6 Foote, Joanne, 53 Ford, Gerald, 44 Ford, Sandra, 35, 101 Fortian, Constance, 52, 90, 1 5 Forton, David, 14 Fought, Charles, 36 Fournier, Muriel, 52 Fox, Carol, 14, 104 Fox, Claudia, 53, 85, 90, 102 Fox, Gail, 55, 103, 124 Fox, Robert, 36, 116, 126 Frank, Glenda Joyce, 12 Franklin, Kitty, 52 Frazier, Annie, 52 Frazier, Wilhelmina, 14, 95 Frecijerick, Dianne, 34, 100, 1 2 Frederick, Harold, 36, 106 Freemon, James, 44, 99, 103, 1 18, 1 19 French, Fred, 44 Friedeberg, Margo, 44, 90, 96, 101, 102,106 Frink, Noreen, 52, 107 Fritz, Judith, 52, 107 Fulmer, Patricia, 52, 107 Furton, Wanetta, 101 G Gadie, Edith, 44, 125 Gadie, lsabelle, 52 Galik, Margaret, 52 Gamm, Duane, 14, 98, 122 Gamm, Ellen, 52 Gantt, Connie, 44, 100, 107 Gantt, William, 34, 107, II6 Gardner, Sharon, 44 Gardner, Shirley, 52 Garza, Maria, 44 Geer, Carl, 14 Geer, Chester, 44 Geer, Roy, 34 Greenfield, John, I5 Gregory, Kay, 35, 91, 100, 102, 1 1 1 Gregory, Victor, 52, 84, 90, 102 Grobar, Sharon, 15, 101 Grosshans, Robert, 52 Grucz, Delphine, 35 Grunow, Dorothy, 52 Grunow, Gerald, 52 Grunow, Nancy, 15, 103, 106 Grzadzinski, Marie, 52, 107 Grzadzinski, Polly, 15 Guinn, Willie, 45 Gurzick, Mary, 45, 84 Gustof, Dorothy, 100, 105 H Hackett, Kathryn, 35, 100, 102 Hagan, Ar liss, 52 Hahn, David, 110, 122 Hall, John, 45, 116, 119 Haller, Gloria, 124 Hallin, Greta, 52 Hamann, Lester, 52 Geer, Sharon, 14 Geier, Jack, 44 Geier, Philip, 14 Gentz, Richard, 44 Gerds, Fred, 34, 80, 99, 114, 127 Gerlach, Joachim, 14, 92 Gerhardt, Judy, 14 Gerkey, Mr. Donald B., 67 Gerkey, Mrs. Evelyn, 72, 101 Giambrone, Mrs. Eunice, 69, 100 Gibbons, James. 52 Gibson, Cynthia, 14, 111, 143 Gibson, Donald, 14, 34 Gilbert, Betsy, 44, 106 Gilbert, Dorothy, 52, 107 Gillespie, Beverly, 44, 101 Gillespie, Bonnie, 52, 107, 123 Gillespie, Coleen, 14, 79 Gillespie, Robert, 34, 110 Gillett, Patricia, 44, 65, 85, 100, 106, 124, 138 Gilley, Sammye, 52, 103, 104 Gillis, Patricia, 34, 72, 101, Hamilton, Dorothy, 45 Hamilton, Pauline, 52 Hampton, Deanna, 52 Hampton, Luvenia, 52 Hampton, Mae Etta, 35, 107 Hands, Judith, 15, 94, 123 Hanley, Kathleen, 52 Hansen, Eric, 45 Hansen, Mary, 52 Harder, Arleen, 35 Harding, Judy, 15, 100 Harkins, Nora, 15, 106 Harms, Arnold, 15 Harms, Delores, 35, 81, 106 Harms, Donald, 35 Harms, Gerald, 15, 127 Harms. Marian, 52 Harrington, Selma, 35, 114 1 10, 1 1 1 Ginther, Patricia, 52 Girson, Bemard, 44, 87, 90, 92. Glefke 98, II7, 126 Donald, 15, 34 Glefke, Ronnie, 52 Gobat, Janice, 52, 86, 102, 107 Gobat, Sandra, 15, 79, 86 Cobble, Carol, 44, 65, 101, I06 Goff, Charles, 52 Golda, Golda, Lorraine, 52, 108 Mary Ann, 34 Gonzales, Tomasa, 35, 101 Goodin, Gary, 44 Gooley, Donald. 34 Gorman, Emma. 35 Harris, Marian, 52 Harrison, Mary, 52, 90 Hartway, Bonnie, 15 Harvey, Janet, 35, 101 Harvey, Marjorie, 52 Harwell, Pauline, 15, 106 Haskell, Renee. 35 Hatfield, Benita, 15 Hatfield, John, 52 Havel, Richard, 45, 86 Hay, Thomas, 32 Hays, Miss Mary, 63, 124 Hayden, Joseph, 53 Hayden, Mary, 16, 79, 100, 104, 105, 123 Haynack, Lorretta, 45 Hebert, Patricia, 16, 95 Helling, James, 35 Heilburn, Constance, 16 Held, James, 114, 128 Hellebuyck, Mary, 45 Hellner, Helms, Leonard, 35 Dolores, 16, 95, 100 Helzer, Barbara, 35 Helzer, Frank, 53 Helzer, Lawrence, 67 Helzer, Leroy, 35 Helzer, Peter, 16, 106, 142 Henderson, Donna, 35, 87, 90 Gorman, Marie, 15, 104 Goulette, William, 44 Gray. Carol, 35 Graves, Walter, 44, 89 Green, Moses, 44 Green, Robert, 45 Greene, Dorothy, 52 Greene, Floria, 45, 93, 100. 102, 103, 104, 106 Greene, William, 52, 106 Henderson, Kenneth, 53, 104 Henderson, William, 45 Henrichsen , Judy, 35 Henrichsen, Pe88Y. 53 Henry, Geary, 53, 109 Henry, James, 35, 66 Henry, Nancy, 45, 85, 100, 102, 104 Henry, Nancy, 16, 104 Herman, David, 16 Heuman, William, 16, 106 Hibbert, Gay Anne, 53 Hibbert, George, 16, 102 Hibbert, Kenneth, 16, 92, I 10, 1 I 1 Hibbert, Patricia, 53 Hicks, Carol, 45, 91, 100, 102 Hill, Judy, 35, 101. 109, 123, 125 Hill, Loretta, 45, 108 Hill, Marvin, 53 Hill, Nancy, 35 Hill, Robert, 16 Hill, Ruby, 16, 84 Hill, Shirley, 35 Hinmon, Carole, 53, 80, 84, 107, 123 Hintz, Lois, 53 Hodges, Raymond, 45 Hodges, Judith, 53 Hodgins, Fred, 45 Hodgins, Marvin, 35 Hoffman, Charles, 35, 116, 127 Hoffman, Joseph, 45, 104, 110 Hogue, Richard, 45, 110 Holk, Donna, 35 Honiston, Eileen, 16, 104 Hoover, Gary, 53, 127 Horek, John, 53 Horn, Yvonne. 16 Horne, James, 45, 107 Horne, Robert, 53 Hostetler, Linda, 53 Hourtienne, Elvera, 45, 84 Hovey, Richard, 16, 127, 138 Howard, James, 53, 102 Howard, Lenore, 53, 107 Howard, Rebecca, 17, 79, 100. 104, 139 Howell, George, 45, 1 16, 1 I9 Hubert, Jacqueline, 16 Huffman, Janet, 35, 100 Hulfman, Sandy, 53 Hughes, Linda, 53 Huhns, Judith, 17, 87, 90, 100, 102, 104 Hundt, Carole, 53, 64, 84, 96, 104, 108, 125 Hunger, Sharon. 35 Hundertmark, Robert, 45 I lngralfia, Veronika, 53 .1 Jacobs, Clayton. 45, 126 Jacobs, William, 35, 98, 99, 108, 114, 122 James, Carol, 45 James, William, 17 Jamrus, Carol. 17 Jamrus, Lou, 53 Jankowsky, Kathy, 45, 108 Jansen, Richard, 53 Jaques, James. 35, 87, 96. 136 Jarvis, John, 45, 116 Jarvis, Nancy, 45, 107 Jasin, Cynthia, 45 Jeffery, Cordell, 45, 87, 90, 102 Jeffrey, John, 45 Jeffrey, Mary, 17, 35 Jennings, Shirley, 45, 96, 100, 103, 108, 125 Jensen, Gail, 17 Jernberg, Alfreda, 36, 93 Jernberg, Signe. 36, 93 Jobse, Elizabeth, 53 Jock, Thomas, 45, 92 Johns, Doris, 45, 100, 107 Johns, Fred, 17 Johnson, Alberta, 53 GENERAL INDEX Johnson, Audrey, 36, 84, 106 Johnson, Bill, 53 Johnson, Donald, 45 Johnson, Edmund, 45, 116 Johnson, Herbert, 99, 106, 1 14, 1 19 Johnson, Jolyne, 17, 65, 101, 106, 124, 135 Johnson, Karl, 36 Johnson, Linda, 45, 101, 106 Johnson, Sharon, 17 Johnson, Mr. Vernon, 89 Johnson, William, 36 Joiner, Robert, 45, 103 Jolly, Bonnie, 36, 85, 101, 102 Jones, Delores, 36, 101, 107 Jones, Douglas, 53, 92, 110 Jones, Mr. Harold E., 60 Jones, Kathleen, 36, 101 Jones, Lois, 36, 100, 102, 123 Jones, Marvin, 53, S6 Joness Marilyn, 53, 90, 107, 10 Jones, Mary Lou, 17, 85, 101, 104 Jones, Vivian, 17, 94, 101, 104, 105, 107, 124 Judd, Mr. Hunter, 67, 68 Judd, Mrs. Norma, 70, 78, 100 Juengel, Lois, 53, Junke, Michael, 17, 88, 104, 106, 129 K Kabel, Joan, 17, 104, 125, 142 Kalitta, Douglas, 36, 103, Kaptrosky, Anthony, 36, 114, 126 Karwinski, James, 45 Kaster, Judith, 17, 94 Kaufman, Judith, 45, 90, 96, 100, 102, 110, 111 Kazaitis, Petronella, 45, 103, 106 Keehn, Mr. Norman, 69, 117 Keil, Norene, 17, 87, 101, 105 Keith, Carl, 17, 104, 105 Kellman, Sandra, 53 Keller, Marvel, 45, 103 Keller, Oralee, 53 Kendrick, Mrs. Eleanor, 74 Kennedy, Donna, 18 Kepsel, Beverly, 45 Kerner, Nancy, 45, 108, 109 Kepus, Christopher, 45, 1 19, 12 7 Kidd, Keith, 36 Kielman, William, 18, 88, 92 Killoran, David. 53, 122 Kilpatrick, Patricia, 36, 100 Kimmel, Donald, 45, 63, 86, 95 King, Eldridge, 18 King, Stuart, 45, 116 Kings, Closezell, 45, 114, 126 Kirkpatrick, Virginia, 36, 109 Kirkom, Donna, 36, 103 Kissell, Mr. Frank, 60 Kukum, Nancy, 53 Kirkwood, Harold. 45, 84, 98 Klein, Miss Irene, 63 Klenke, Esther, 18 Kitzman, Doris, 18 Kling, Jane, 46, 100 Klockow, Shorn, 36, 103 Klmisfsgdorf, Barbara. 53, 90. Knox, lmo, 94 Kohn. Kathleen, 36, 80, 100, 102. 125 Kollmorgan, Donald, 36, 89 Kolznak, Barbara, 18, 72, 79, 84, 87, 97, 104, 105 Kortz, Christopher, 36 Koss, Dennis. 36 Kossak, Marian, 18 Kowalczyk, Carole, 18, 79, 101. 142 Kraatz, Bruce, 18, 36 Kraatz, Paul, 46, 119 Krall, Dorothy, 46, 107 Krall, Gloria, 18 Krall, Richard, 53 Kratz, Edwin, 46 Kratz, Lillian, 36, 102 Krause, Burnadine, 18 Krause, Kathleen, 46 Krauss, Miss Josephine, 75 Kreager, Harvey, 18, 106, 126 Kreinbring, Donald. 18 Kreinbring, Richard, 36 Kruger, Dennis, 36, 126 Krueger, Edith, 53 Krueger, Judy, 53 Kruse, Clyde, 53 Kreifeldt, William, 97, 98 Kuchenmeister, Carol, 46, 101, 103, 108, 109 Kuchenmeister, Sally, 53, 85, 103. 108 Kuczynski, Kathy, 53 Kuehn, Dorothea, 18, 81, 94, 103 Kukuk, Bernice, 46 Kukuk, Gloria, 36, 108 Kukuk, James, 46, 86, 103, I I4 Kunkel, Kenneth, 46, 104, 116, 127 Kunold, Janet, 53, 102 Ku s Mrs. Wini 75 p , fred, Kursteiner, David, 18, 99, 114 Kursteiner, John, 36, 86, 103, 114 Kutra, Ronald, 53 Kuttner, Jack, 46 Kwaitkowski, Douglas, 46 L LaBrew, Miss Charlotte, 69, 93 LaCroix, Dennis, 53 Ladd, Donna, 18, 37, 104 LaDuc, Delores, 46 LaForge, Raymond, 53 Lamb, Robert, 46, 116 Lane, George, 68, 92, 117 Laney, Martha, 46 Langlois, Eugene, 53 Lanker, Nancy, 53 LaPerriere, Larry, 53 LaP1ant, Susanna, 53 Larlee, Judith, 37, 91 Lawrence, Alvin, 53, 84, 122 Lawrence, Mrs. Iris. 75 Lawrence, Sandra, 53 Lawson, Lorna, 19, 110 Leach, Ralph, 19, 110 Lee, Dick, 86 Lee, Duncan, 19, 110 Lee, Gail, 46 Lee. Robert, 19, 110 Lee, Shairlyn, 37, 53 Leesch, Louis, 46 Leesch, Noel, 37 Leggett, Robert, 37 Leggett. Thomas, 53, 103 Lehl, Roy, 19, 37, 83 Leichti, Ronald, 19, 87 Leichti, Terrence, 19, 87 Leroy, Ursula, 19 Leslem, Harriett, 19, 37, 106 Lesley, Ruth, 46 Levine, Donna, 46, 70, 90, 101, 108 Levine, Nadelle, 19, 68, 104 Levine, Steven, 19, 68, 85, 98, 99, 105, 118, 120, 128, 141 Lewis, Nola, 46 Lewis, Mary, 19 Lewis, Sallie, 19, 68, 72, 93, 94, 101, 104, 105 Liebzeit, Bruce, 37 Lind, Dale, 46 Lindall, Carol, 46, 103 Link, Sharon, 46, 101 Lively, Billie, 46, 63 Lively, Sherrie, 46 Lockwood, Mr. Robert, 69, 119, 126 Loffredi, Virginia, 19, 94, 101 Logie, Darryl, 19, 46, 95, 116, 127 Logie, Dwight, 119 Lohrberg, Mr. Jack, 69, 104 Lorway, Carol, 46, 101 Lorway, Pat, 46 Losch, Patience, 107 Loser, Sandra, 46, 101 Lossing, Ronald, 46 Love, Alex, 19 Lozen, John, 37, 88. 122 Lozen, Zita. 37, 68, 101 Ludeman, Shirley. 53 Luedke, Leon. 54 Lueth, Roy, 46, 116 Lutey. Mary, 46, 100 Lyman, Marian. 20 M Maag, Harry. 46, 92 Maag, John. 46, 66. 102 Maas, Gloria, 37, 85, 100, 104, 124, 125 MacAlpine. Sue, 20 MacDuE, Nancy, 20, 102, 104, 108 Machowski, Gaye, 90 Machowski, Lynnette, 46 Mack, Edwin, 37, 97 MacKenzie, Richard, 20, 102 MacMillan, Daniel. 46, 86, 122, 128 Madaus, James, 37, 127 Madaus, Russell, 54 Madigan, John. 54, 90 Maes, Kathleen, 46 Maginski, Arline, 54 Magnuson, Robert, 54, 122 Mahler, Beverly, 37, 101, 102 Maintzer, Sylvia, 37, 80. 96, 100, 102, 109 Makar, Beverly, 20 Makar, John, 46 Malbin, Michael, 20, 68, 81, 84, 98, 99, 103, 105, 108 Malbin, Mr. Samuel, 60 Mallast. Duane, 54 Manel, Bernice, 37, 93, 101 Manella, Anthony, 20 Mann, Francis, 20, 37, 104 Manor, Alan, 46, 116 Markham, Mr. Jerrold. 72 Markle, Jerry, 20, 98. 99, 110, 111,122, 138 Markle, Linda, 54, 102, 123 Marks, Oliver, 37, 95, 117 Marsh, Walter, 54 Mirslgall, Richard, 37, 117, Malrietns, James, 20, 37, 99, Martens, Robert, 46, 116 Martel, Peter, 54, 107 Martin, Clarence. 54 Martin, Darlene. 20 Martin, Harold, 54 Martinez, Nancy, 20 Maruszoalr, Ronald, 46 Master, Lorraine, 106 Master, Robert, 54 Mathison. Judith, 20, 108 Maul, Gail, 54 Maxson, Kathleen, 37 May, Charlotte, 54 May, Lee, 46 Mayes, Joseph, 54 Maes, Patricia, 20 Maynard, Lucille, 46, 107 Maynard, Roger, 54 McAllister, Allen, 54 McCann, Betty, 37, 110 McClymont, Joseph, 37 McC1ymont, Walter, 37 McCo1lom, Florence, 20, 37 McCracken, Ed, 37 McCracken, Mary, 37 McCracken, 1 2 7 McDonald, 1 02 McDonald, 92, 1 04. Robert, 20, 106, Robert, 37, 93, William, 21, 54, 105 102 McGill, Barry, 46, 63, 78 Richardson, Lonna, 24 Mial, lrene, 21, 107 McDoniel, Clyde, 21 McDoniel. Martin, 21, 98, 99, 104, 118, ll9,I20, 128. 141 McDowell, Curtis, 95 McEvers, Mr. David, 69, 126 McFatridge, Sandra, 46, 100, McGlown, Kathleen, 46, 100, 107 McGlynn, Thomas, 54 McGown, Richard, 127 McLaughlin, Eugene, 54 McQuade, Sue, 46, 107 McReynolds, Esther, 54 McReyno1ds, Russell, 54 McReynolds, Wilburn, 45, 1 17 Mcsorley, Sharon, 21 Meldrum, Sue, 54 Meldrum, Walter, 54 Menger, Donna, 47 Merchant, Charles, 37, 110 Merriwether, Allie, 54 Meurer, Janet, 47, 100, 107 Meyers, Bruce, 54 Meyhofer, Arthur, 21, 103 Mial, Charles, 47, 102, 107, 116, 119. 126 Mial, David, 37, 99, 106, 114, 116, 119. 126 GENERAL INDEX Moore, Beverly, 37 Moore, Robert, 22, 126 Moorman, Miss Miriam, 64, 103 Morris, Carol, 22 Morris, Robert, 22, 98, 99, 106, 110, 126 Morrow, Sharon, 47 Moss, Braxton, 37 Moss, Patsy, 22 Mowry, Mr. William, 69, 99, 1 14, 1 I5 Mroeswki, Joseph, 54 Mroz, Karen, 47 Muendelein, Kurt, 47, 98 Mullins, Joanna, 38, 106, 111 Mullins, Leo, 47 Mullins, Patricia, 54, 107 Murphy, David, 55 Murphy, Mary, 47 Murphy, Sheela, 54 Murphy, Tom, 47 Murrell, Marjorie, 38 Murrell, Sharon, 54, 107 N Naughton, Dennis, 54, 102, 122 Naughton, James, 47, 89, 122, 126 Neal, Sharon, 54 Nehls, Karen, 54, 103 Neisch, Sherrill, 38, 86, 87, 90, 100, 110 Nelson, Rainer, 54 Nemeth, Mr. Charles, 74, 122 Neuendorf, David, 54 Neumann. Marilynn, 47, 101 Newell, Donna, 38 Newsome, James, 54 Opper, David, 47, 93, 105 Ormsby, Janet, 47, 100, 103 Orta, Edward, 38, 138 Orta, Marshall, 55 Oswald, Aaron, 47, 122 P Page, Mrs. Gloria, 64, 100 Page, Harry, 22 Parker, Mr. Richard, 62 Parkinson, Henry, 38, 87, 98, 99, 108, 122, 128 Parrish, John, 22, 110 Parres, Michael, 22, 104 Parrot, Sandra, 55 Pascoe, Alle, 47 Patrash, Cathleen, 47, 107 Patterson, John, 55 Paul, Sandra, 22, 38, 139 Paulus, Joan, 55 Pearl, John, 23, 86, 92, 103, 104 Pearl, Harvey, 38, 99, 114. 119, 126 Pearson, Kaye, 38, 95 Peklcarinen, Bonnie, 47, 100 Peltier, Peltier, Deanna, 38 Jeanette, 55 Peltier, Joseph, 38, 86 Peltier. Judy, 47 Peltier, Robert, 47 Pencak, Robert, 55 Penzien, Mrs. Elizabeth, 73, 90 Pernell, William, 55 Pernell, Ann, 38 Peroni, Beatrice, 38, 101 Perreman, Diane, 47, 103 Perry, Arvel, 55 Persson, Mrs. Hazel, 61, 64, 84, 85, 108 Nichols, Edward, 54 Nichols, Gary, 38 Nichols, Harry, 54 Nichols, Robert, 38 Nichols, Ruth, 54 Nicholson, James, 54, 90, 122 Nicholson, Mr. Roy .78 Nicholson, Robert, 99. 122 Mick, Donald. 21 Milan, Judy, 47, 106 Millar, James, 37, 122, 126 Millar, Richard, 21, 84, 105. 126, 141 Miller, Carol, 54 Miller, Henry, 54, 89 Miller, James, 21 Miller, Julia. 37, 107 Miller, Michael, 21, 92, 103, 104, 108, 117 Miller, Pe88Y. 47 Miller, Robert, 21, 54, 102 Miller, Sandra, 54, 84, 107 Miller. Shirley, C., 21, 95 Miller, Shirley M., 21, 72 Miller, Susan, 47, 90, 100, 106 Minogue, Rose, 54 Mitchell, Judith, 37, 102 Mittelstadt, Mr. Roy, 67 Minelstadt, Sandra, 21, 64, 100, 105 Moak, Linda, 100, 107 Mock, Warenjean, 54, 107 Moltmaker. Mr. Dean, 73 Monnier, Beverly, 21, 95, 101 Monte, Mary, 100, 123 Moore, Barbara, 54, 90 Moore, Janice, 21, 68, 100, 104, 105, 140 Nickel, Mrs. Ruth, 104 Nicolai, Patricia, 38, 100 Nieman, Carl, 38, 114 Nieman, Eugene, 54 Nieman, Marlene, 38 Niester, Barbara, 38 Niester, William, 47 Noble, John, 22, 38 Norman, Delores. 54 Nugent, Karen, 22, 87, 100, 110, 124 Nunnally, James, 38, 87, 98 Nunnelley, Mr. James, 60 Nyland, Marilyn, 54 Nyland, Rozanne, 22 0 Oak, Lynne. 47, 66, 101, 110 Oakey, Judith, 22, 30, 87, 96, 105, 124 Oakey, Thomas, 38 Obrzwh, Sandra, 47 Odell, Robert, 47, 66 Odell, Ronald, 38, 86, 99, 117, 126 Odor, Tommy, 129 Oehmke, Wayne, 22 O'Kelly, Carol, 55, 107 O'Ke1ly. James, 22, 38, 88 Olds, Mr. Allan, 66, 128 Olewski. Ronald, 55, 102, 107 Olsen, John, 22, 84, 99, 103, 104, 114, 135 Opper, Agusta, 22, 64, 84. 87, 97, 104, 105 Petch, Marilyn, 38, 100, 102 Peters, Ann, 23, 87, 97, 104 Peters, Marguerite, 47 Petipren, Mary, 102 Pfeil, Carl, 23, 99, 117, 126 Pfile, Donald, 38 Phillips, Barbara, 47 Piewik, Nancy, 47, 55 Piellusch, Frederick, 38, 87 Pierce, Walter, 38 Pierson, Craig, 47 Plavljanich, Joyce, 38, 100 Pleiness, Robert, 55 Plenda, Bonnie, 23 Plenda, John, 38 Plonka, James, 23 Plummer, Karen, 23 Pommerenk, Deanna, 38, 125 Ponder, Gary, 23 Ponder, James, 47, 107 Porrett, Glenn, 38 Porter, Helen, 38, 97, 100, 102, 125 Powers, George, 23 Powers, Karen, 47, 100, 103 Powser, Raymond. 55 Pourcho, Deanna, 23 Preimsberger, Andreas, 55 Preimsberger, Herman, 23, 38 Price, Patricia, 23 Pringnitz, Gale, 55 Pringnitz, Margo. 55, 90, 102 Pringnitz, William, 55 Prins, Dennis, 55 Prociisi, Sandra, 23, 100, 124, 14 Prosch, Robert. 47 Prudhomme, Harold, 55 Prue, Donna, 55, 102 Pruneski, James, 47 Prystup, Barbara, 140 Pulfpaff, Norman, 55 Pucilaegla, Mrs. Patricia, 74, Purdon, Patricia, 38, 100, 111 Pyle, Mrs. Helen, 75 Pyle, George, 55, 87 Q Quinn, Maureen, 39, 100, 102. 106. 125 R Rachow, Darlene, 23, 86, 87, 93, 100, 104, 109, 142 Rachow, Lorraine, 39, 95, 100 Rachow, Sharon, 47 Racine. John, 47, 116 Racine, Mrs. Kathleen, 74, 102 Raitch, Charles, 55, 107 Ralph, Richard, 23, 55, 104 Randazzo, James, 47 Randazzo, Ronald, 23 Ranger, Georgia, 55 Rangel, Josephine, 47, 107 Rangel, Lillie, 47, 63 Raptis, Helen, 47, 107 Rastique, Wayne, 23, 85, 92, 99.103, 104, 106, 114, 137 Rataiczak, Barbara, 39, 101 Rathe, Donna, 55, 90, 107 Ratzow, David, 55 Read, Harold, 47 Reese, Tom, 55 Redmond, Ruth, 55 Rehder, Dennis, 48, 88, 116 Rehder, Eleanor, 55, 103, 107 Reinowski, Leonard, 24, 87, 92, 105 Reiter, Joan, 55 Reiter, Robert, 48, 110 Rendon, Delia, 39 Rendon, Phillis, 55 Reygaert, Adhemer, 55 Reynolds, Bonnie, 39, 100, 102, 123 Reynolds, James, 48 Reynolds, Sharon, 55, 63 Reynolds, Susan, 48, 123 Ririhaagds, Jacqueline, 48, 100, Richter, Bonnie, 39, 100, 102 Rickard, Mary, 24, 87, 100, 104 Rickert, Jonathan, 24, 110 Rickert, David, 24, 110, 111, 139 Riddell, Vemon, 24 Riddle, Emmie, 48 Rieck, Burton, 48, 116, 126 Rieter, Joan. 64, 102 Riggins, Mattie, 48 Riojas, Nelda, 55 Riojas, Rosalinda, 39, 85, 97, 100, 102 Risley, Robert, 55 Rivard, Carl, 55 Rivard, Janet, 48 Rivard, lsla, 39, 101 Rivard, William, 48 Robertroy, James, 55, 122 Roberts, James, 39, 84 Robertson, JoAnn, 39 Robideau, Bonnie, 48 Robine, Linda, 55, 84 Robinson, Annie, 55 Robinson, Corrine, 39 Robinson, Esther, 39 Robinson, Mr. Gerald, 64, 106, 107 Robinson, Mrs. Lyla. 70 Rocker, Marilyn, 39 Rocker, Robert, 55 Rocker, William, 39, 98 Rodgers, John, 48, 122 Rollend, Clara, 55 Romine, William, 49 Roof, Donald, 55, 127 Shade. Rooks, David, 24 Rooks, DeWayne, 48 Rooney, Margo, 55, 85, 102, 108 Ross, Gloria, 48, 108 Ross, Robert, 55 Rosso, Patricia, 24, 100 Rostek, Sophie, 24 Roulleau, Joseph, 55 Rowan, Sharon, 48, 107 Roy, Ann, 55, 102, 107 Roy, Michael, 24, 92, 104, 105, 106, 137 Roy, Suzanna, 55, 90 Ruby, Gail, 24 Ruehle, Gary, 39 Ruehle, Roy, 55 Ruehle, Thomas. 55 Ruprecht, August, 55 Russell. Diane, 48 Russell, Harriett, 48, 91 Russell, Harry, 55 Ryser, Donald, 39 S Sabatasso, Rodger, 39, 102 Sagara, lrene, 55, 108 Salrow, Elaine, 39 Salata, Judy, 55 Sams, Cora. 24 Sams, Edith, 48, 100, 103 Samuels, Phyllis, 24, 93, 106 Sanders, Berda, 56 Sanders, Ruby, 48 Sanford, Willie, 56 Sargent, Linda, 56 Sarns, Marilyn, 48, 96, 101, 110. 125 Sayre, John, 48, 108 Scandirito, James, 84 Schamehorn, Thomas, 48, 66. 116, 122, 126 Scharnahau, Victor, 56, 107 Scheid, Miss Barbara, 74, 125 Scherrer, Kathleen, 39, 106 Schluentz, Jack, 24, 84 Schluentz, Sylvia, 56 Schlaessler, Harold, 56 Schlutow, Paul, 56 Schmeltz, Richard, 56 Schmidt, Carol, 56, 90 Schmidt, Mary, 48 Schmidt, Nancy, 56 Schmutz, Miss Margaret, 73 Schroeder, Sandra, 56, 64, 107 Sdmultz, Darlene, 25, 4-8, 87. 93, 104 Schultz, Dianna, 56, 105 Schultz, Janet, 25, 48, 104 Schultz, Marvin, 25, 56 Schultz, Shirley, 25, 87 Schutt, Sharon, 39 Schwalm, Florence, 56, 63, 90, 102 Schwalm. Mary, 39, 62, 102, 125 Schwark, Marlene, 100, 101, 102, 103, 106 Schwartzenberg, Harold, 25, 99, 129 Scholield, Ralph, 56 SchoHeld, Richard, 25, 86, 87 Scopel, Sandra, 48 Scott, Bemice, 56 Seamans, Fayette, 25 Sear, Gary, 25, 99, 103, 104. 114, 144 Senecal, Dorothy, 56 Servo, Robert, 39 Sexton, Patricia, 39, 100 Sexton, Theresa. 56 Shade, George, 48 GENERAL INDEX Wilbum, 48 St. Aubin, Lawrence, 24, 30, Timpf, Richard. 27, 126 Sharber, Howard, 106 Sharland, Mr. Wayne, 60, 72 Sharrow, Joan, 56 Shaw, Willa, 25, 103 Shawen, Thomas, 48 Shell, William, 48, 106, 114 Shepherd, 25, 100, 103 Sheridan, David, 39, 98, 110, 122, 128 Shimkus, Robert, 56 Shipley, Darlene, 48 Shoemaker, Mr. Clay, 69 Shoter, Garry. 56 Showalter, Donald, 56 Shoup, Roger, 48, 128 Shuder, Christine, 39 Shulock, Sandee, 39 Sieg, Bernard. 56 Sieg, Robert, 48 Sietz, David. 56 Siewert, Carol, 25, 107 Siewert, Frederick, 25, 110 Siewert, Ruth, 56, 64 Sigel, Bette, 56 Simms, Betty, 39, 110 S'mms, Wayne, 110, 117, 126 Simon, Ann, 56, 102, 108 Simon, Roberta, 25, 108 Simpson, Nelson, 48, 67 Simpgon, Mary, 25, 95, 101, 10 Simpson, Pearline, 39, 101 Sinauskus, Penelope, 56 Sirmay, Geoffrey, 25, 68, 87, 104 Skarritt, Judith, 39, 91, 96, 97.101, 102, 136 92, 99, 104, 127 St. Aubin, Mr. Myrle, 60 Steeh, Judy. 56, 90, 107, 125 Steinmann, Selma, 40 Steiss, Gerald, 40, 128 Stefagisnson, Mr. Charles, 66, Stephenson, Lou Ann, 56, 107 Stevens, Nancy, 56, 103, 107 Stevens. Sharon, 48, 101, 103 Stevenson, George, 48, 88, 122 Stevenson, Walter, 56 Stewart, Mrs. Lucile, 62, 105 Stier, Rolland, 26 Stierle, lsabelle, 56, 102 Stofzkg Sandra, 40, 100, 108, Stooki, William, 26 Stone, Bentley, 26, 92, 97, Stone, Firmer, 26, 92, 104 Strait, Nancy, 26, 100, 106 Strauchman, Muriel, 56, 102, 103, 107 Strech, William, 56 Streit, Julie, 49, 102 Streit, Robert, 40 Stricker, Dana. 56 Stricker, Edgar,40 Stromquist, Miss Alice, 62, 91 Strong, Jean, 26, 94, 102 Stuart, Allen, 56 Stuart, Linda, 26, 133 Stubgrg, Barbara, 49, 61, 100, 1 Sturm, Bonnie, 26 Tiner, Bill, 57 Tir:e6hPhil1is, 27, 94, 101, Titus, Gary, 57 Todd, Linda, 40, 96, 100, 102, 108, 124 Tonks, Gary, 40 Trabue, Gaylen, 27, 85, 124, 144 Traxler, Mary, 27 Trombley. Beverly, 57, 107 Trolgguley, Carol, 49, 100, Trombley, Jacqueline, 49 Trombley, Marion, 107 Trombley. Larry, 40 Trombley, 1 1 7 Robert, 49, 107, Trumbo, Harold, 40, 87, 90, 126 Trumbo, Sylvia, 49, 102, 123 Tuglgolski, Miss Margaret, 72, Tucker, Larry, 40 Tunks, Joseph, 27 Tung? Thomas, 27, 40, 92 Turner, Bruce, 49 Twork. Tim, 27, 128 Tyler, John. 57 Tyson, Helen, 57 Tyson, Lesley, 27, 119 Tyvela, Beverly, 27, 85 U Uhrig. Carolyn, 49, 61, 110 Skinner, Patricia, 48, 86, 93. 07 105,1 , 111,125 Skinner, Delores, 56, 102, 107 Sleight, James, 56 Small, Lynn, 25, 93, 117 Smith, Alean, 48 Smith, Carolyn, 48, 100 Smith, Cheryl, 26 Smith, Donna, 56 Smith, Conrad, 56 Smith, Smith, Florence, 26, 39, 95 Gary, 39, 117 Smith, James, 48, 116 Smith, Mamie, 107 Smith, Marlene, 56 Smith, Martha, 39 Smith, Noel, 48, 116, 127 Smith, Patrick, 39 Smrgni Richard, 39, 48, 102, Smoot, 105 110. 111 Jack, 26, 99, 102, 103, 106, 108, 114, 115, 122 127 Snay, Gilbert, 48 Sommer, James, 56 Soule, James, 48 Sparks, Bonnie, 48, 100, 107 Spehar, Linda, 39, 41, 62, 84, 100, 106, 124 Spicer, Beverly, 48, 101 Spitzer, Clayton, 26, 104, 133 Spitzer Erich 40 Sudau, Bernice, 40, 107 Sulflow, Sulllow, Gerald, 49, 88 Marlene, 56, 90 Sullivan, Brenda, 49, 103 Sullivan, Darlene, 26, 95, 103 Sumner, Sumner, Benny, 49 Mrs. Marilyn, 75 Surman, Gordon, 49, 122 Sutherland, Gordon, 56, 90, 102, 103 Sutton, Karen, 56 Sutton, Patricia, 49, 102, 103, 106 Swiney, Sy, Mar Mrs. Gladys, 73 garet, 49, 107 Sy, Ronald, 56, 102 Syrja, Joan, 26, 79, 84, 94, 100. 124 T Tackx, Mrs. Rachel L., 75 Tallicgt, Sally, 56, 107, 110, 1 Tanzey, Karen, 40, 108 Tanzey, Sharlene. 56, 1 11 Taylor, Justine, 49, 100, 102, 108, 110 Taylor, Mrs. Mary, 105 Taylor, Ruther, 49 Taylor, Ted, 26 Taylor, Joann, 56, 102 Tebo, Arthur, 56 uhfsg. Jana, 21, no Ulzil'35Howard, 40, 93, 104, Ulman, Joyce, 27 V Vaden, Gary, 27, 102 Vaden, William. 40 Vadio, Carolyn, 27 Valentine, Carol, 49, 101, 104, I 1 1 Van Assche, Marie, 27, 95 Van Assche, Narte, 40 Van Bever, Ann, 28, 78, 100, 103, 104, 105, 143 Van Bever, Robert, 49, 110 Vanderl-laagen, Gary, 40, 41, 87,110,111 Vanl-lollenbeck, Tom, 107 VanNieuwal, John. 28, 99, 103, 114, 127 Vann, Laurence, 57 Venetianer, Ruth. 40 Vernier, Joan, 28 Vertin, Vivian, 28 Vetor. Linda, 28 Vice, Nancy, 28, 94, 103 Victory. Dennis, 57 Vineski, Mary Lou, 28, 95 Voiers, Bonnie, 40, 100, 102, 123 Volkenant, Richard. 57 Spodedk, Diahe, 40, 103 Spodeck, Larry, 40, 117, 129 Springer, Maureen. 40, 100, 1 1 Spurr, Mr. Kenneth, 70, 71, 98 Stacy, Yvonne, 40, 100, 108 Stadler, John, 56 Stafla, JoAnn, 48, 100, 103, 9 Stark, Ronnie, 26, 117, 126 Starkey, Beverly, 40, 95 Starkey, Susan, 56, 57, 85, 90. 108 Templin, Janice, 40 Teschendorf, Carl, 27, 114, 141 Tesner, Mary, 86, 87 Thacker, Robert, 27 Theisen, Ralph, 49 Thoel, Alvin, 49 Thoel, Donna. 40 Thoel, Robert, 40, 106, 122 Thomas, Bobbie. 57 Thomas, Diane, 40, 87, 101 Thomas, Willie, 126 Thompson, Donna, 57, 103 Tillery, George, 57, 116 Vose, Carol. 93, 107 W Wagner, Joyce, 57 Wagner, Russ, 28 Walker, Mr. Alex, 60 Walker, Anna, 57, 103, 125 Walks Bonnie, 28, 106, 123 fn Walker, Joan, 49 Walker, Michael, 57 Walker, Thomas. 57 Walker, Virginia, 57 Walters, Linda. 40 Walters, Michael, 49, 107 Ware, Odessa, 49 Warren, Marie, 57 Watkins, Diane, 40, 101 Watkins, Robert, 57, 64 Watson, Eileen, 49, 100, 107 Watson, William, 49, 116, 1 6 Watz, Ward, 49, 98 Webb, Dale, 28, 79 Webb, Patricia, 40, 100, 102 Webber, Phyllis, 49, 103 Weber, Francis, 49, 107 Weber, Gordon, 49 Weber, William, 28, 64, 84, 98, 99, 104, 108, 118. 119, 127. 139 Wedhom, Lynne. 40 Weigal, Alice, 28, 104 Weigal, Richard, 57 Weisner, Connie, 49, 70, 96, 101, 102, 110, 111 Weisner, Charles, 28, 84, 92, 99, 103, 117, 129, 135 Weiss. Patsy, 49 Weisskirch, Grace, 28, 109 Wellsb Perry, 28, 106, 108, 12 Welser. james, 40, 116 Wendt, Keith, 57 GENERAL INDEX West, Mr. Harold E., 136 Westover, Miss Ruth, 61 Wheeler, James, 57, 110, 111 Wheeler, Martha, 28, 85, 90, 100, 104, 105, 110, 111 Whipple, Barbara, 40 Whipple, John, 29, 103 Whittaker, Diane, 57 Whittaker, Lessie, 57 Wiegand, james, 57 Wiggins, Mr. George, 69, 127 Wiggins, Patricia, 57, 84, Winstanley, Sydney, 87, 101 Wissmueller, Sandra. 57, 86, 102, 107 Wissner, Carol, 41, 100, 110 Witkowski, Theodore, 29, 84 Witt, Dorothy, 29, 109 Wituiski, David, 49 Wolf, Mr. Raymond, 60 Wolf, Rodger, 49 Wolfe, Thomas, 57 Woltman, Ronald, 29, 78, 99 Wood, Barbara, 41, 84, 100 107, 124 Wood, Wade, 49, 119 Williams, Charles, 49, 107, Woodruff. Wendell. 29 Worswick, Sharlene, 41 1 16. 1 I9 Williams, Donna, 29, 30 Worswick, Richard, 29, 41, Willis, l..aVerne, 107, 119 89 Wilson, janet, 29 Worswick, Stanley, 57 Wilson, Jill, 29, 95 Worthem, Bessie, 49, 100 Wilson, Patricia, 59, 101 Wright, Anne. 41, 91. 96. Wilson, Shirley, 29, 75 97, 100, 102 Wilson, Vemon, 49 Wright, Audrey, 49 Wingo, Lynda, 57 Wright, Carolyn, 57, 84 Wright, David, 57 Wright, James, 29 Wright, John, 57 Wright, Mable, 41 Wright, Miss Marie, 66 Wright, Mary, 41 Winkler, Gary, 49 Winkler, Sharon, 49 Winstanley, Gregory, 49, 87, 90, 122 Winstanley, Laurence, 29, 31, 64, 84. 85, 87 THANK YOU ln closing the 1958 M.C. Yearbook, the staff wishes to make grateful acknowledgement to those who have made this publication possible. 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