Mount Morris High School - Morrissonian Yearbook (Mount Morris, MI)

 - Class of 1955

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As we launch out on an un- knovsm sea, may this "Morrisonian ," a complete record of the past memories, pre- serve and endear these memories as the years go by. . . . clqsg flgwerg American Beauty Rose class colors: Maroon and Gray glqgg n1QH'Q: Tonight we launch - class song . . . ftune: I'll be Seeing Youl We'l1 be seeing you in all Our memories sweet and near Of school, and fun and friends so dear, We'll ne'er forget. The future now we face unknown Our goals to conquer all alone We bid to you our fond farewell. We'll be seeing you as now We don our caps and gowns Our thanks to you in all you've done As now with courage and high hope We'll fight till all is won. As we leave now school is thru, Our fond farewell to you. fwords by: Deanna Randlel Where shall we anchor? class poem . . . Four years have come and passed That we schoolmates have traveled on - From freshman, sophomore, junior - And now our senior year is gone. Recalling school days of struggle, Those beautiful days gone by, Yet may the years we have worked together Ever thrive in memory, mind's eye. As we go along life's journey, Though we may be near or far, We'll never forget the dear old school, And each other, where'er we are. So farewell, you friends and teachers, Juniors, sophomores and freshmen too, And you, dear old Mt. Morris High, We tip our hats to you. Wrote By Joan Kuhl .2- I I X v rfaan-f Mr. Clarence F. Scharer Superintendent of Schools Dr. Earl J. Schuur Junior-Senior High School Principal Shirley Smith Katherine Tucker Secretary Secretary Superintendent's Office Principa1's Office board of education CSeatedJ Leslie G. George, Secretary, William L. Pearce, Presidentg Glenn E.. Montague. fStandingj Lloyd Heidebreicht, Jr., Trusteeg Walter W. Randle, Trustee. Ruth Wocholski Business Manager Through guidance and inspiration, the faculty of the Mt. Morris Con- solidated Schools prepares the stu- dents of today - to become the leaders of tomorrow. .4. Alberta Beaven, A.B. Currently working on M. A., Michigan State Nor- mal Collegeg World His- tory, Economics. Charles F. Burr, B.M., B.M.E., M.A. Indiana University, Mu- sic-Vocalg 9th Grade Sponsor. Nettie Calhoun, B.A. Currently working on M. A.g Flint Junior Collegeg University of Michigang Michigan State College, 7th and 8th Grade Eng- lishg Speechg 8th Grade Guidance Teacher. Margaret Cheeseman, B.S. Northwestern Universi- ty, Advance Algebra, Trigonometry, Solid Ge- ometry, College Alge- bra, Library, Plain Ge- ometry. Louis D. Corbat, B.S. Western Michigan Col- lege of Education, Uni- versity of Michigan, Spelling and Penman- ship, 7th and 8th Grade Guidance Teacher. Sally Dierich, B.S. William Edmonds, B.A. Central Michigan Col- Currently working on M. legeg Shorthand I and Hg A., Central Michigan Bookkeeping. College, Art Instructor. Ray E. Garrett, A.B. Currently working on M. A., Hillsdale College, Michigan State College, Albion College, Winona Lake School of Theolo- gyg University of Mich- igang English, Litera- ture. Lois Craig, B.A., M.A. State University of Iowag Wisconsin University, American History, Jun- ior High Historyg Civics, 7th Grade Sponsor. Thelma Gehres, B.S. Currently working on M. A., Bowling Green State Universityg Healthg Physical Education, 7th Grade Sponsor 5 Bowlingg Cheerleading. Emile F. Gosseaux, B.S.. M.A. Bethany, West Virginiag Western College,Kentucky3 California State Teachers College, MichiganStateCol- legeg University of Michi- gang Chemistry, Algebra, Mathematicsg Senior Class Co-ordinatorg Annual Ad- visorg Head of Science and Mathematic Department. Charles Heidtke, B.S. Currently working on M. A.3 Ferris Institute, Ty- ping I and llg Office Ma- chines, Junior Class Co- ordinator, Director of Dramaticsg Head of Business Department. Joseph J. Hill, A.B., M.A. Northern Michigan Col- lege of Education, Uni- versity of Michigan, Physicsg General Sci- ence, Mathematics, Sophomore Co-ordina- tor. -5- Nancy Karnischky, B.A. Currently working on M.A., University of Michigan, Journalismg Spanish II, French lg German Ig Senior Spon- sorg Newspaper Advi- sor. James Kidman, B.A. Michigan State College Metal Shop 3 Wood Shopg Mechanical Drawing. Edmund Macaris, B.A. Currently working on M.A., University of Michigan, American In- ternational College, Michigan State College, U.S. History, World History, Civics, Senior Sponsor. Caroline Middleton, A.B., M.A. Marygrove College, De- troit, University of Michigan, 7th and 8th Grade English, 'Tth Grade History, Spanish I, Annual Advisor. Van D. Mueller, B.S. Central Michigan Col- lege, Shop, Junior High Mathematics, Ba s k e t- ball Coach. John Padgen, B.S. Currently working on M.A., University of Illinois, University of Michigan, Physical Ed- ucation, First Aid, Health, Football Coach. Nicholas Padgen, M.A. Ph.B. Creighton University, University of Michigan, Athletic Director, Foot- ball Coach, Junior High Civics, History. Winifred C. Potter, B.A., B.S., M.S. Smith College, Massa- chusetts, Western Re- serve University, Ohio, Cornell University, New York, Vocational Home- making II and III, F.H.A. Byron S. Reetz, B.A., M.A. Michigan State College, 7th Grade History, American Literature, Freshman Class Spon- sor, Annual Advisor. Shirley Reinke, B.S. Central Michigan Col- lege, Homemaking I, 7th Grade Sponsor. Elbert J. Stark, B.S. Currently working on M.A., Michigan State College, Physical Edu- cation, Health, Basket- ball Coach. Nan Stark, B.A. Ohio State University, English 10, American Literature, Senior Play Director, Junior Spon- sor. Elsworth J. Sullivan, B.S. Northern Michigan Col- lege of Education, Base- ball Coach, Football Coach fLineJ, Drivers Training, 7th and 8th Grade Mathematics. Dennis Sundholm, B.A. Central Michigan Col- lege, Biology, General Science, 7th Grade Spon- sor, Chess Club Co- Sponsor. Kenneth R. Tucker, B.S., B.A. Western Michigan Col- lege of Education, Com- mercial Geography, Commercial Law, 9th Grade Co-ordinat or, Freshman Football Coach, Baseball Coach. .6- Glenn E. Walker, B.S., M.A. Bowling Green State University, University of Music, Instrumental Music, Head of Fine Arts Department. Doris A. Waring, A.B., M.A. Kalamazoo College, University of Michigan, Western Michigan Col- lege, Head of English Department, Latin,Sen- ior Class Sponsor. JOAN KUHL "Some are wise, some are otherwise." Play Cast 1,3j Senior Assembly 43 Latin Club 2,3,43 Choir 2,33Soft- ball 23 Play Crew 2,42 En- semble 33 Forensics 2,3,43 Annual Editor-in-Chief 43 Carnival 43 Valedictorian. honor students BETH RIDLEY "He that ruleth his spirit is greater than he that conquereth a city." Annual Staff 43 Carnival 43 Student Council 43 Hi-C Club 1,3,43 - President 43 Salesman- ship Award 43 Choir 1,2- Accompanist 23 Gless Club 1,2 - Accompanist 1,23 La- tin Club 2,3,4 - President 33 Valedictorian. DEANNA RANDLE "It's the song you sing and the smile you wear that makes happiness every- where." Glee Club 1,23 Choir 1,2,33 Girls Ensem- ble 33 Carnival 43 Class Play 2,43 Librarian 1,23 Annual Staff 43 F. H. A. Committee 33 Salutatorian. JOHN COMAROMI "Teach men to be honest and oaths will be unneces- sary." Football V3,V4Q Basketball 1,2,V3,V43 La- tin Club 1,2,33 Class Con- gress 43 Debate 33 Honor Student. LYNN DRAYTON "Laugh and the world laughs with you, weep and you weep along." Foot- ball 33 Play Cast 33 Class President 33 Forensics 43 Honor Student. PATRICIA BURGESS "Time and tide waits for no man, but I'1l wait for- ever." Latin Club 2,3,43 Senior Assembly 43 Class Play 1,2,3,43 Choir 2,3Q Annual Committee 43 Girls Ensemble 33 Class Con- gress 43 Softball 23 For- ensics 2,3,43 Bowling 3 43 Class Officer 43 Carni- val 43 Honor Student. HELEN' GRIFFIN "All human wisdom is summed up in two words - wait and hope." Speech Club 43 Latin Club 1,2,3,43 Spanish 3,43 Librarian 33 Forensics 43 Annual Staff 43 Carnival Chairman 4 Honor Student. IEANETTE WHITE "A happy disposition is a gift of God." Newspaper Staff 3,43 Latin Club 2,3,43 Homecoming Queen Candi- date 23 Hi-C Club 2,3,4 - Officer 43 Stage Crew 3,43 Annual Committee 43 F.H. A. 33 Student Council 43 Carnival 43 Honor Student. I MARGARET KNICKERBOCKER "A day in the country is worth a month in town." Librarian 23 Annual Com- mittee 43 Carnival 43 Hon- or Student. HARRIET ROGERS "A laugh is worth a hun dred goans in any market. Choir 1,23 Latin Club 2,5 43 Class Play 1,2,33 Senio Assembly 43 Carnival 4 Hi-C Club 2,3,43 News paper Staff 3,43 Annua Committee 43 Speech Clu 43 Assistant Editor of An nual 43 Honor Student. I JOHN CULP "If 'tis done, when 'twer1 done, then 'tis well 'twern done quickly." Football 1 2,3,43 Basketball 13 Plaj Cast 2, 43 Editor oi "Scribe" 43 Journalism 3 43 Spanish 3,43 Annual Staf 43 Play Crew 3,43 Carniva 43 Honor Student. FRED MC ANDREWS "He who has completed has succeeded." Baseball V1,V2, V3, V43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 43 Class Officer 23 Football V43 Latin Club 1,2,3,43 Carnival 43 Honor Student. WAYNE LIEN "All work and no play-Gee, I'm glad I'm not that way.". Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1, 2,3j Track 1,2,3,43Spanish Club 1,33 French Club 43 Carnival 43 Honor Student. ROBERT ROOT "The wiser you are, the more faults you find that you have." Latin Club 1,2,3,43 Spanish 3,43 Honor Student. LAURETTA MC NALLY "Coming together is the be- gin ning3 keeping together is progressg working together is success." Softball 23 Stage Crew 23 Candidate Homecoming Queen 43 Carnival Chairman 43 Fund Raising Committee 43 Basketball 33 President 43 Class Congress 43 Honor Student. ETHEL JOHNSON "Kindness is something you can't give awayg it's always re- turned to you." Girls Glee Club 13 Choir 23 Latin Club 2,3,43 Newspaper 23 Hi-C 3,43 F.H.A. 3,43 Speech Club 43 Annual Com- mittee 43 Class Play 43 D.A.R. Representative3 Salesmanship Awardg Honor Student. MARY JO ALLEN "Character is what we are3 ?PmLEY CFQEGAFQ G reputation is what people think A true Fnend 15 3 frlend we are." Bowling 4.seniorAs- forever." Carnival 43 Annual sembly 4g Carnival 43 Honor Commlttee 43 Honor Student. Student' ld. CAROLE SLOSAR "The happiest miser in the world is he who saves friends." F.H.A. Committee Chairman 33 Spanish Club 13 All High Play 43 Carnival Committee Chairman 43 Annual Staff 43 Class Play 13 Librarian 1,3Q Senior Assembly 43 Honor Student. class sponsors HUGO BRACKROG "Men are most apt to believe what they least understand." Choir 43 Football V1,V2,V3,V43 Baseball V1,V2,V3,V43 Basket- ball V1,V2,V3,V43 Track 1,23 Class Play 33 Annual Staff 43 Journalism 43 All County 3,43 Stage Crew 1,2,43Sa1esmanship Award 4. ,TENNYMAE BAXTER LYDIA CARLISLE "Be silent' violence always be- if - . trays you.:' Choir 23 Glee Club C-Reg? a'21lfoS,re4PuI2?Qg Elie 23 Basketball 2. ' ' ' ' PHILLIP BRYAN "If wishes could all be true, what a mess this world would be." Football 13 Band 1,2,3,43 Choir 1,23 Double Quartet 1,23 Carnival. MARVIN BEATENHEAD "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Carni- val 43 Speech Club 43 Choir 2,3, 43 French 43 Basketball Man- ager 43 Baseball 43 Play Crew 33 Play Cast 4. class congress DWAYNE CARRIER "Better to try and fail than fail to try." Stage Crew 1,2,4Q Foot- ball 1,V33 Basketball 2,V3,V43 Visual Aids 1,4Q Class Play 43 Carnival 4. SALLY .TO CLARK "If a man could have half hi wishes, he would double hi, troubles!" Basketball 1, 2, 3 Softball 1,2,33 Tennis 1,3Q Banf 1,33 Class Officer 1,2,33 De bate 2. BARBARA CLONTZ "Love sought is good, but un- sought is better." Softball 1,2, 33 Basketball 2,33 Candidate for Homecoming Queen 23 Class Officer 2,3,43 Student Council 33 Carnival 43 Candidate for Carnival Queen 13 Class Play 2,4j Bowling 3,4. BARBARA CRAVEN 'The little good Ihave done is ny best work. " Speech 43 Glee Zlub 13 French 43 Cafeteria 1, ,3,43 Art Award 33 Carnival 4. IERLE CRABB SALLY DUFFING "A smile isalanguage that even a baby understands." Candidate for Homecoming Queen 13 For- ensics 2,3,4Q Speech Banner 33 Latin Club 2,3,43 Choir 1,33 Class Play 33 Newspaper 2,33 Class Treasurer 33 President Forensic Club 43 Librarian 2,33 Student Council 3,4. ROBERT EDMONDS "Glory is vain." Basketball 3, 43 Baseball 3,43 Carnival 4. Generally speaking ----- heis 3 A enerally speaking." Visual ,ids 23 French Club 43 Carni- al 4. ' H: '2l it ifgitfixgg Z 3 tg , , if V, 4, A w g Q 3 - - 3 fl 5 1 V V' FAY DONALDSON "A friend in need is a friend indeed." Glee Club 2,33Hi-C 43 Carnival 4. ELEANOR ELLEMAN "We may be as good as we please, if we please to be good. " Choir 1,2Q Cheerleader 1,2,3,4 -Captain 3,43 Play Staff 33 Car- nival 4. l RICHARD EDWARDS "Haste makes waste." Carni- val Committee 43 Annual Staff 4. JAMES FARLEY "Good things come tothose who walt, so here I stand." Class Play 1,2,3Q A11 High Play 43 Choir 3,43 Latin Club 1,2,3,43 Speech 43 Carnival 4. MARGARET FUNCH "If you work with a group you will get through." Band 1,23 Glee Club 23 Speech Club 4. DEANNA GETTS "Whatever is worth doing is worth doing well." Librarian 1, 2,33 Spanish Club 13 Annual Committee 43 Stage Crew 2,43 Bowling 43 Typing Award 33 Carnival 4. ROGER GAREY "To avoid trouble and insure safety, breathe through your nose5 it keeps the mouth shut." Band 1,2,3,45 Band Award 3. HELEN HATCHER "What we are, is God's gift to us5 what we become is our gift to God." Play Cast 3,45 Play Award 35 Latin Club 1,2,3,45 Journalism 45 Senior Assembly 45 Annual Committee Hi-C 35 Forensics 45 F.H.A. 4. NANCY HALL "Hold thy lighted lamp on high, be a star in someone's sky. Candidate for Queen 15 German 45 Speech 4. 7 PAUL HICKS "Let us endeavor to live that when we die even the under- taker will be sorry." Latin Club 1,2,3,45 German 45 Play 3,45 Senior Congress 45 Carnival 4. ROGER GENSHAW GORDON JONES "Friendship is the strongest, "All great men are dying, andl but love's fires glow the long- feel a little sick myself." Track est." Play Crew 35 Carnival 4. 45 Band 45 Speech Club 4. JAMES HAMMEL "Wear out, but never rust out.', Carnival 45 Track 3,4. VIRGINIA HARCEK "I had a thought in my head, but it died of loneliness." Art Award 35 Librarian 15 Major- ette 35 Glee Club 15 Annual Committee 45 Carnival 45 Cafe- teria 1,2,3,4. DOROTHY GRISWOLD "Take life seriously and what is it worth." Homecoming Queen 45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Softball 1,2,3,45 Class Officer 15 Class Congress 1,45 Cheerlead- er 15 Choir 45 Stage Crew 1,2, 3,45 Spanish Club 45 Candidate for Queen 3. CHARLES LOWELL "The most serious mistake a person can make is the one from which he learns nothing." Foot- ball 1,2,V3,V45 Class Officer 3, 45 Play Cast 2,35 Carnival 4. MARY HOWARD ' 'Friendship is like potato salad, simply share it and it becomes a picnic." Class Officer 13 Homecoming Queen Candidate 13 F.H.A. 33 Annual Staff 43 Stage Crew 1,2,3Q Class Play 43 Bowl- ing 43 Senior Assembly 4. BARBARA LAWRENCE "An investment in knowledge pays the best dividends." Choir 43 Librarian 33 Carnival 4. KATHLEEN KNOODLE "Don't find fault-find a remedy. Anybody can complain." F.H.A. 33 Play Staff 13 Carnival Com- mittee 43 Annual Staff 4. NANCY LYTLE EARL PAHR "His ways are quiet ways." F. F.A. 1,2Q Choir 43 Carnival 4. RUTH ANN JACOBI "Plant happiness in your heart and be forever rich." Glee Club 13 Choir 23 Annual Committee 43 Newspaper 43 Bowling 43 Carni- val 4. "I want to live life like I read a book3 'skip' the dull parts." Annual Committee 43 Carnival 43 Basketball 3,43 Cheerleading 1,3,43 Candidate Homecoming Queen 43 Choir 23 Softball 1,3,4. EDWARD PYNE "Wherever there is a human being there is an opportunity for a kindness." Baseball 33 Annual Staff 43 Salesmanship Award 43 Carnival 4. GORDON QUIGLEY "Hark, I hear the tardy bell." Journalism 1,2,43 German 43 French Club 43 Spanish' Club 1, 2,3,4. .TACK MARTIN "A man would do nothing if he waited until he could do it so well that no one would find fault with what he has done." Foot- ball 1,V2,V3,V43 Track 1,2,3,43 Basketball 13 Golden Gloves 2, 33 Class Play 23 Visual Aids 13 Stage Crew 1,4Q Carnival 4. DOUGLAS RAYMOND "Life is an elevator-full of 'ups' and 'downs'." French Club 43 Carnival 4. ROBERT REYNOLDS "Pity the man who had n'er a thought3 pity him more who had one but lost it." Track 33 Boys Glee Club 13 Carnival 4. BETTY MINIEAR "What we are is God's gift to us3 what we become is our gift to God." Librarian 2,43 Cafeteria 2,33 Journal- ism 43 Annual Committee 43 Bowling 43 Carnival 4. JANE MUSIL "Not everyone can do great things, but everyone can do small things in a great way." Glee Club 13 Choir 23 Carnival 4. MARY JANE MILLER "Kindness is never wasted." Class Play 33 Li- brarian 13 Latin Club 2,3,43 Annual Staff 43 Carnival 43 Typing Award 3. ROBERT SCHNEIDER "Second best is never good enough." Play Cast l,2,33 All High Play 43 Journal- ism 43 Speech 43 Spanish Club 13 Debate 2,3,43 Choir 3,43 Student Council 43 An- nual Staff 43 Forensics 43 Carnival 43 'Scribe' Staff 4. DEAN STOCKTON "Today is the' tomorrow you worried about yester- day." Latin Club 1,2,3,43 Choir 3,43 Baseball 2,V3, V43 Football 3,V4. DALE ROLISON "Every man should keep a fairsized cemetery in which to bury the faults of his friends." Annual Staff 43 Carnival 43 Stage Crew 2, 43 Track 3,43 Basketball 43 Choir 1,2,3,43 German 4. GERALDINE MOTTER "If you want a friend be one yourself." Choir 23 Li- brarian 1,2,3,43 Carnival 4. RUSSELL SUMMERFIELD "Too much help can be harmful." Speech Club 43 Choir 1g Stage Crew 43 Carnival 43 Forensics 4. 5 S Z S , . s E 5 5 E E 5 1 2 5 LEO ROSS "Better have it said, 'there he goes', than 'here he lies'." Annual Staff 43 -Football V1, V2, V3, V43 Basketball 1, V2, V3, V43 Baseball Vl, V2, V3, V43 Football Captain 1,43 Class Officer 43 Spanish Club 3, 4. GORDON SCHULTZ "I have never knovm amar who caused me so mucl' trouble as myself." Class Officer l,2,33 Concert Banc 1, 23 Marching Band 1 Newspaper Staff 1,43 Latir Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Officer 25 Baseball V1,V3,V43 Bas- ketball 1,2,V3Q Football 1 V3,V43 Track 3,43 Frencl Club 43 Senior Class Con- gress 43 Librarian l. ROBERT TAYLOR "Love makes the world gc around3 that's why I'm sc dizzy." Baseball 43 Carni- val 4. ELLEN ROBERTSON "Each one has his ovm gift from God - some in this way and another in that way." Choir 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,25 Softball 35 An- nual Staff 45Cheerleader 15 F.H.A. 35 Play Cast 45 Carnival 45 Librarian 25 Forensics 45 Senior As- sembly, Double Quartet 35 Solo Contest 4. TEAN TROOP 'To be fair is to do good." Zhoir 35 Softball 1,2,35 Play Z5 Band 15 Cheerleading 1, !,35 Basketball 45 Class Zongress 45 Homecoming Queen Candidate 45 News- Japer Staff 45 Annual Staff L5 .Latin Club 2,3,45 Li- Jrarian 25 Carnival Com- mittee 4. DWAYNE TROVILLION "Worry?-I never heard of it." Band 1,25 Carnival 4. JANICE WERTH "Where there 's a will there's a way." Hi-C Club 45 Carnival 4. CAROLYN ROTH "Don't put off until tomor- row what you can do to- day." Librarian 2,35 .Tour- nalism 45 Carnival 45 F.H. A. 35 Glee Club 1. WILLIAM WILSON "Silence is golden." Car- nival 4. MERLE WEST "You can fool some of the people some of the time, but you can't fool all the people all the time." Bas- ketball Manager 15 Track Manager 15 Football 2,35 Carnival 4. WANDA WHITE "The greatest actor is the child who goes to school with a smile on his face." Spanish Club 1,35 French 45 Journalism 45 F.H.A. 3,45 Carnival 1,45 Basketball 3, 4. EDWARD NATZEL LORETTA WILLIAMS BILL YOUNG "Better to be late than "Life is whatyoumakeitf' neverg better never late." Track 2,3,45 Class Play 45 l-li-C Club 45 Carnival 4. Carnival 45 Journalism 4. "Every man is the archi- tect of his own character." Football 1,2,3,45 Basket- ball 1,25 Baseball 15 Track 1,2,35 Student Council 4. 1 ' fa ag. To ,gif j Q -W ,- Ethel Johnson . .r.ry y K : sf Q A -S .' . Beth Ridley Merle West A Ll. : .- - . 4 nh X , ' : 5 -rife.: Q IA. .Z l ik e 'ff up E . I i. , ' gf 'Sag gr. .E . it JV, A f .V N. g: , .M ' ,gli Jean Troop QQ? 5 .M H . L R A .. 5 Q K , z Virginia Harcek right: .-'freer I 1. , M "' -- ' ' Q X ' w ' wa r.. 1 ,, .,"l..,' isv 'fre 5 wa ,gs wax, QP! r.,n,.,i.E: .., , A . , k . " 3 v ' raw. dluvxy g A Megan ig . W .YQ . vel 11 -4 . 253 . Joan Kuhl .- iii few., 'hh .1 , gl 4 ,Y ,pq W' . x""""" pa . W. wo - . sf Ruth .Tac obi Lauretta McNally .Tack Martin . .2 A .5 gf y : ef x. g mt K . S M TZ' Q ,,..i A X . Sally Duffing Mary Miller , '- . 1 bf 4. f ' i ' . f 1522:-:. ill.. 7 H . If-1'::.S7f.f,i : ' 'xii-V!::Ef, "' ' ' Q 5 ' ,K 2 asm my .bslasw-222 Sf' -f 7 4, Q ,.. ,ai ,s ws: .- - Q wk:fs. , g,-, -. f ., .. -'1ff..Q5.efv1- xi f--e'irQ:Q:1 .1 fo 7 7- iliflfi 'X Ei: I at if 1 ' . A H 'V of 252' llfv-2535525 -J' . - 262.3 K avsjgaf- r -' Janice Werth you must'a been a beautiful baby . . . Hugo Brackrog Deanna Randle Pat Burgess Helen Hatcher Marvin Beatenhead . - ' -K we I.. " QM .W N we JVM' A 1 .. . 5 , as x 1 wb N ,S 5 Q , + I Helen Griffen Nancy Hall Carolyn Roth ,215 For vi fifmmf E'QElis",:,5i'5'm kg, g -,vf,zw1f:fz-ky XA - V ii Vi T. 2 A , . ,.'q A A.,. I, 5 J-lf, .V we -f ww 3 sw .gg 3 ' yt ' G mv' cf Q Q gh, 9 , ., . ,' Kathleen Knoodle Dorothy Griswold Eleanor Elleman 1 5:25 A fs 3 5 Margaret Knickerbocker Margaret Funch Dale Rolison . 16 . Ackerman, .T. Adams, P. Adle, B. Allis, R Andrews, L Barden, C Beach, D. Bell, R. Boggs , C Boggs, H. Brace, J. Brayton, C. Brewer, G. Brewington, H. Campbell, P. Carpenter, B. Carpenter, F. Cline, J. Cole, .T . Cooper, B. Davis, E. Dorr, J. Early, T. Eisinger, M. Ellson, D. Evans, A. Evans, P. Fisher, S. Fous, C. Funch, J. Gambill, M. Garman, N. Goodman, I. Gossett, R. Hagadorn, L. Hall, R. Harrington, H. Harris, S. Harshman, I. Henry P. Hill, B. Hillaker, D. Hogan, D. Holliday, B. Hoort, P. Humbarger, D. Hummel, G. Hunt, G. Hutchcraft, P. mg ' X. yy.. ,W 1 w' f A . F 'WAHI zz M, ff X 1, '- M93 A , XJ' Q .W , , gf, , 3 V? 35 w .. ' ly,, ' Junior class sponsors I I pJnnor A A 5 Q A Q A , 73 lf. f,.,.., 3' fe A A .xi t s' A ' W' 'W' -J A 'A' :,- Liv? i V i t E 3 . ,Q f ylkx 1 . h 7 I L, K K? . Z H lrff km 5 e 'qc .P .nsv vvs. wg .. Q ge.- f... ,jif .f P P .. if iq , 5 I , ,a in . 5 1 A f.. A Q 1 , -5 ,L K X, ,. A SX ,gs K K wgx. W t F 16 , .av M A W A d 3, H 5 Q.. A., Si, " 'Q ' ,l Q., ., ,L , ,,n, , F7 Y. U 'z f ."' ' " . snn 2. ies in .ee if es if .se .s 'P' 1:21. 49' -M V ., wil" .. - f ' . Q .ff L. 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Merrill, M. Montague, L. Myers, B. Novak, D. Palso, P. Panas, R. Pepper, T. Pifer, B. Reed, E. Riley, M. Roberts, J. Robertson, G. Roth, E. Sanders, D. Schneider, D. Severn, G. Sheick, J. Skinner, B. Spears, R. Standerfer, P Tucker, J. Vincent, D. Williams, T. H? a ...lx x Q A f E. Q .ss K f 2. if ,W ii? xl? far -lush W--Q. '73 Q. g., .-4" QI A 9935 ,,,.w, ' , Sophomore class sponsors Q M Q. M - f f I A E? '46 an A fr Q A or J. , PM V s A . ooo 3 X H oool,o " vt ix., ' , N.. mvoo Q.. A ,gg . xv. -3 mtg, -wr 1. . w. Kg .f'3'f?Q 1 J . 'lo 'Kuff olop A W' if :,- I g W 5 X.. ix? , AVAW 'V V E A Qffsif ' f' ' " A .J ..- . 1 83? -G -gp V h , of. ,.... if :J .M V. C . kk . 4- A .., ., ,T f .Qt i . J . " RW' ii" ' be gi oooo J o Q E , Y . , , A .at , wa s f 1 , A 1 4? A o,oA :ol .. I . Li. ,:L, ? , 1 X .., N "3 --- ,- 1. Ll, v , A E L-:" I rw 4 1. s at . A oooo A r - - J lo - 2 A J H 'sw .ffl ' oo V' A fi a 4. ,oooo 1 ' 21 ' at oo-o7W gg me 1 . 'fl . A. iff s ooio 5 fa- A , ooooo H s il E ...Q A sa ooo .A if A f-f A f- - -we K 5 -af bzo iii.. 'Z A ' . . ,V ', . L A Q, 4 . swf , W Q R , ' f' if ' 55? o,o it Q 1 M 71 .4214 o,-oX A P H .AHA A ooo . S , oo A sophomore Adams, D. Adle, B. Andrews, J. Bader, S. Banghart, C. Baxter, M. Beatenhead, J. Betts, E. Boyd, M. Brackrog, G. Bradshaw, J. Carisle, M. Carroll, S. Coffey, R. Comarmi, C. Coulter, L. Culp, S. Davis, M. Dorr, E. Ebert, J. Eckstein, J. Eisinger, M. Ellis, P. Fisher, V. Freeman, J. Freese, R. Garrett, B. Gifford, M. Gilmer, G. Glasgow, A. Glynn, C. Goodroe, H. Gossel, M. Griffin, D. Gring, D. Harburn, S. Harden, W. Harris, K. Hawks, S. Hedrick, L. Hess, R. Holtslander, D. Hoyt, T. Jacob, D. Jones, B. Keene F. Kern, D. Knickerbocker, Kulig, P. LaLonde, R. Laramie, N. Lawrence, D. LaVene, C. Leeck, F. Lehman, D. I LeMieux, A. Long, B. Long, O Loveless, B MacLennan, S. Maginity, D. Major, E. Massey, S Matheson, .T . L far? 2 , QQ!! 356 QV MQ X '35 -P -2' fe' QW " n ' Exif L Refill! Maxwell . .nv McCloskey: R. Q 7x F, I: '7 S", ' McKee, C. K S". 'll 5 9- . McKerchie, B. 1, Y Q P. ' ar 1 Miniear, G. V , V V "sk, X 'X' .1 11.31, "J " -Q Morgan, R. ' V Motter, E. Nelson, S. "3 Q. Newcombe, K. 1 VL Q 4" 'y 2 3 7. ,, f . 1 ff Q oberpiuer, C. , in ' X 1 V " A , -'Qi O'Toole, F. , A , It Pa.hr K. . war - P. V , 'Q I .3221 932. 4 - ish. 'Q do-af A " ll .. Xu . Palmer, P. , .,. 5 ' Parr,D. . ,S 2 -. Petroff, D. A Q ... K -'N Z ,- Pirue, P. .. ' " ,L 'vi 2- , 2' Q, 4' 'j' Radford, K. - V 1 -,Q Q .1 - -.f-V, Rauschert, J. '1 ' I W 'ang V V f X Reed, B. X., A ,J 1 qlxff L fl' Reno, B. Reynolds, T. Robinson D. W 2 Root, L. . ,3- Schieber J. W W' V" I Schlosser,, V. VV . 4 di . X ff, 5 3 Schlosser, V. .V VV E 5 1 aw c , . xQ 1 . Z f::,'. .V ...J ,S V S, I, K Schroder, I. Q Selleck, J. , . V Smith, C. . Qi: 3 -. . smith, D. 5, . , . . as gn stinson, w. .4 -- Swanson, P. 7 ' f. Tabor, D. V Titmus, N Treso, E Troop, J VanNorman, E Walker, P Warren, A Werth, K. vvhire, G. Whitney, s. Wilson, D Wlltfong, F Zoromski, B. Zawicky, D rf U 4. an if fi.. ...ilu ,.... 1 rzjzfgsi A 25' ET' 9 . 4 A z 'X QED MQMWM Sophomore Congress 1 S 5 if Freshmen class sponsors mln 5 .. .j PR: xx 'R S, Q . Z G x fi. -is ::' LX' A J' O R l 49. as- '- r l il is . . . Q I ,yy X M... Q bg A .X AT QE wk X gg, ...l A . , . e NSW . I 5. bit 13.5 Xxx i C' XX . 'S 1 . . - .- S ' 'G J - --fro ... ... l A A A .1 .HD X - i "': x ' ..L:. " i "' as . if s Qi- Q X . l Q A il gs 3' ? c al I fi.. ' ',': F 2 f , W M N -22.. freshme Ackerman, B. Allen, D. Ammerman, S. Atherton, R. Atkerson, J. Auer, M. Balderstone, C. Batterbee, R. Baxter, P. Beach, M. Beach, N. Beagle, B. Beatenhead, B. Bigelow, G. Botkins , D. Brendel, J. Brovlm, D. Bryan, J. Carrier, D. Ch Churchill, .T . Clark, B. Clark, G. Cole, J. Coulter, L. Crossett, C. Culp, E. Cutcher, D. Denes, A. Doty, J. Dowen, C. Dunbar, S. Eaton, D. Eisinger, L. Ellis, J. Ellson, P. Farney, J. Flint, K. Fox, R. Frantz, D. Fyvie, D. Gardner, C. Gardner, G. Gillespie, C. Glynn, D. Grammatico, P Greenman, B. Greenway, R. Grundel, D. Hagadorn, W. Hall, B. Ham, M. Ham, R. Hammel, F. Henery, B. Hoort, L. Howe, G. Howland, S. Jackson, L. Jacobi, D. Jury, J. Jury, F. Karkoski, R. Keene, D. Kelly, P. Kennedy, I. Z 2 Q . o ,A Kncu, T .w , r ' 5 Knoodle, F 3 , 3 , fl Landon, D v --4, H . ' , , K gr , Lawrence, B ' - ' ,. ,...,, Lawrence, J '55 ' Lynch, c 21, .19 cg, V. "1 Jew Martz, A. A .A-. Mccloskey, 1. -" G' 2 "'f,f'V S' 1 I ss con ress ' x , - ' -r new C CI 9 4v .X x McKerchie, J F 5 Mc Lean,P f Q Mead, E N . Mercier, R 4 V 0' ,Q 2, 6, ... M. 5 W Q, 7 9 Miner, D 1 L -J, 1 rf-A Kc " A . ' it .. K, 6 A Montague, D. , QV V "U" A ' "Q , Morgan, S- 5 L 7 . 'S . 4' - "" 'Q Murray' J' "" A k iff 1 A D Nations, N . S Owens, B V , Pepper S - 0 N Potter,,L .Q 5. .2 Q -2 5 - A 0 2 Potts, L 44, fm 4. ,5'V3,, ' fc , L4 K, , Q to Pr-uett, D .' Z V' V ,V' "' ' 'K .., Z I I K "5 Reynolds, W ' . I ' ff 2 , ,,,, M , V ' Ro11isi0n,N K 'H' EE-M 8 Q-.5 - Romancky, J 25 y' Root, J hi, ...,,, Rousseau, M , 2 W Rose L. 33' 2 , 2, , ' c . A Russell, N. V kj, ll 'M :JY .- X- Q 1' 'C L Sadler, S ' 1 , --if ' A VV . . 'U' wc if , - . Samson, R 3 Y 3 -W ic 'f ,f 7 ' We Schneider, T. x .V an 3- 4 9 , ' MY. - A ,Q Schoeppach, N. 5 Q Schultz, D. 5 . 5 f Schultz, D. A . 3 2 3 ' . Schultz, J. 3 ' , . 42 ,, ,H "' , , ' 'f , x If Scott V. V h , . ,- . 7 Q ff 6 .-4 Sheick, D. 'Y fy ,E f 1. V, 1 Severn, L- V , . .Z -1, . . Severn, M. is , fm, -,QV , .. Shimmons, W. L smith, N. . . , 1 V Soltys, G f A KJ P Steele, S. 34 at 'V Q' - ,A , 73 7 if stewart: B' 'nf by I ' K Stinson, J. 47 ' , Strong, M V 'P' 1 , , , '21 ' 7, , .5 Tahtincn, L it .V ' KW. Todd I ' f Treece,'H 'IH1cker, P S I V It gi, g - Tum J L ' V 2 an f - 'K Utter:E at V A JK 'QM M x, -. S VunCa.nnon, I 1 V V V Z Va,nMdt D , ' N . I , ,.. ' its., ' ' ,,,V H vanrcf, J W, Sf- r 3 VanWoffen, L Vinyard, S Walker, L Walters, P Webber, J Wurn, B ,E Zimmer, M . .. in 11 -23- my QI Yi fs 5 iii? is 5 1, Adams, N. Adle, J. Allison, J. i l f A m 2 ' .N " Anderson, H. , Q , Arn01d,A. ":' M A Arnold, 5- 1 ' We 23 .W ,mi Beach, R. X - Beagle- W- -: A S Betts, J. ,. -- X' I Iwi- CLASS SPONSORS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT! MR. GARRETT, Miss MIDDLETON, MR. CORBAT, MRS. CALHOUN. I' e W 31222251 A - 3, , H ss.. . .. 1 . A 1 A Bond R. gl ' Bracicrog, P, .. A, . . f-45.5 . .,,-- .K if kk.. .. . .kh. 3, Q - A Burgess, L. f A ,EQ - Q s-, X, .1 Bush, In We Q . . - A lf- Byne. c. Carrier, L. We R Chagffefg- . A . p . 1, 5 . . ..,, N An 2 A 5 f " '+G-Q. 'I -+ A s. - AE A Craven, K. I V Cromwell, B. - ,.,' - ,. "M Xn E nh : g t ,F 4 Diment, T. f W . ' Q ' .- f 2. A ' , 3 Q gf g?na1dson,JB. - h . We - . .--- I 5 .. W . ziwera, . 2 ,.. 8 l 'F S A sa i we Evans, Q f- Ss.s Q-1. - l . .os 5 4 . T Evans . 5 We f . Q 1 . SSS Foor.'B. A N 3 ' ' ' Elig' ' Zn", 'fli 'zz Gorman, L. Goodes, W. 5 A Gozsett, - - J . ral' - . ' . R4 . ""' , is Green. K- 95 :B . za. - 5 ii.. 3 S Gunton, P. J . . Q. 'A' Hagadorn, W. - 91,9 if - , 3 -, -.,: ..,.... X, Fl Ha11iday,J. A H.. . 'l SSSRS 1 so A -f Q. ff A ' Hamilton, M. - g A 1 Ilzliarbnrni R. . . f ,,,, --,A h ...B E , ,N -- --L . .A A arr1s . - 'ff-2' " YQ W? A We Hemi-,1. X 'G' .ggi W , We Y 1 --f Herlin J. f. . - A - g' is vii' S . on ,S A Nj, Hi11,A. ., - A , A A A A Hind, A. Hoort, R. ' -A Howe, R. V . Hoyt 0. eis.. l R - ,, A f-A Humvhfevfw- 'K lf. 'TT' 5 2 be Iser, J. , A - A -' .-is Johnson C. eW-- . A' X Q, Ke11er,,W. of ..... , ,A Q V , . A i g Kennedy, J'. - . , ' Kenyon, B. ., 3 2- . Kerrison W. is A, King, C. A of J' ., KDGSY, D- ., fr- My. X,,,..--3, Q ,gi tu iff, Lggx , Lundsayi I. ij... 'S 19 M41 as 3-.Y5'?ef2R3 3 Lowell' M- -5. 1 T. . S Lundbom, K. Z L V if I Mann, .T . ' 1. gi .I gif , . . ' P A Massey C. A .ar h f r T it , E, If'- Masseyy, J- by I :mi . it "ix Ivrauldin, S. . X W. I ,'..v I V -qs Mercier L. Z'f Q , f V . ' If M111s:C. if in I it Mrs- I I I V S ' i Montague, E. , , McDermit, S. A ,. .4 i . -it ' ' g. . McDonald D. ,, ' " 1, M ,Q ' W ff, Q H' . ,121 McLoud, 6. ' "" I W' J' " . -wry ,I ' 'ef Nellett, K. ' . . XM' . . C S ' H: Necombe H. . ff: ww A.-X 'J 'X If las L I A 'W .' -S New1and,,M. A. Osborne, S. ' Pace, G. ,V I h Petroff M. if .--I XV- 7 C . ... ' Price,, L. 2 M' M 5' . "' 'E A I " n Aj Princing, .T. , 'I ., U" ' I ,Q 15, I X XY -jg: Puuen, C. , ,Af L S I X ...-f Q11aCkenbuSh,-T- . I l 5.1 I f 4. L. 5 Radford, D. Reed, W. S' " uv A I an . 2 Q Renick, F. I .., -,I 'J g x 1 'S ,. ,gf Reynolds, S. , . ,IX I ' Robertson, C. . V J ff, I gi . L "ff . 5351, 0 in . ., Rock, N. A ' I A X ' A C 0' ' Root, A. Roth, L. Sanders, T C Shoens C .J , . -4 "' , , A S1ough,,W it ...T-V 'I 'W PP it 'g K of is fy' el 2 'I 9 7 Smekens, R. k"'F' - 9 ' ' gif.. S C Somers G. fu' V. "f , .Q A , SfaI1fie1d,,J fl -A.. nn LIS. .Lx .f as V3 f Stemple, L. E Stoneburner, F. ' - .S I "lt"-9 M ' I Tate, F. I I T -.I 1 " . , I I Trim, D. T -vw V 'NM 0-nk, in My "WW "L" 2 I '-2 X7 NLIW' ' A -'fr W Walker, J. .., .51 Nw" , 1 X X " Whalen, L. ' I ' . q . ge, ig, .S white, A. Wray, D. A ' Y Wychoff, J. " ii ' "' 9' 'I Z0r0mSki, G I .S ig class of 1959 . -ft' fx' . F' I I. C LASS CONGRESS MISSING PICTURES 2 I Hatt, J. Ledrow, M. Michael, J. Miller, G. Pittman, D. Ritter, C. Stanley, B. Stewart, M. ward, G. Wright, A. -25- xx 3. , si - 1325: Q ,.,- 4. . is. . ST.. lg.. 5 E., 1 ws: rf: . gn, 1 . .3 K if . - Qi" i .1 1' L A CLASS SPONSORS FROM LE FT TO RIGHT: Miss Reinke, Mr. Sundholm, Miss Gehres, Miss Craig. as fc .1 2 . gs Hi .. .. ,. .. ' mega: 'X Allen, YE ssi i Adl ., ni' if I n 2 Allen, .Q Allen, C. D. G. R. 7 th grade 'Q . 1 , Ames S. 3.3, K .Z il., 'Fu' H I, 1. Q, , K Arconzi, L. in K W K I l iih' y .,"- -, ii y iufkkk A Q 44' U Atkil'lS, D. . . nisss ' f Botimef. M- S.. 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X , xl ' 4 . fi 'WF' 'P "P Iser: E, L f ' A .L C LASS C ONGRE SS 7 th grade Haskins, G. f 1' .- Hatter, N. 4 , f ' iff X " L Hall, D. M- Harcek, G. " 1 fi 3. 52,1 XM", -27- 1 , 3' CCL fs on 1. .4 '43 ' 7th grade sf MISSING PICTURES Almasy, G. Ballance, L. Daniels, E. Davis, H. Hummel, J. Markell, L. Massey, J. Winterlee, B. Wise, S. . , -, . ' . Wolfgang J. Q... w an 5 a,,. ..., . -' ' .W B ' Wfightr,D- is "1 . S -i f ,a4. . 25 'X if .H Wright. L- kmmfif' '1a,' ,a f g W' "" Q ' "f5f..1 A Wychoff' M' WS H n y a,aLa I 5 new Zimmer: 'T' flak" 43 ' .':: 'K A LJ .3 Q 5 ii Q Werth, T. ' by Whitman, D. . y ,. . . 1 ff Q., y S . M, asaa. y... - V W . Willey B. S 1 '36-2 as ! 'K 'W ei. if me "' 5. Wi1S01f.K. ' '- - 5 HN' ' f we X A ' A . 3' X 5 ' . V if -QS - . ,L ML .,.. is ., -. ff ' Wilson, O. A S . B ,i"V'w-ffm? .A .,,. . - Wilson S. 1 ' .:': ' KX! a . Winterlee, B. Treece, R. 2 ' 1 i Trovillion, F. f Van Holden J. is i . .M 1 4-M Q R. y W - K ' Van T01. 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M f y Randle, B. - 'f ' " Raymond, R. Q, -P :jg in - Ss gf my S . F, Reed, M. s yia. W -H ... R ,B. 1 Q. ...Zi f fl ,, Q egan ....,... ? s .23. ... ..., , Q Y senior bond girl's glee club Faculty Advisor...Mr. Burr. Row 1: Deanna Eaton, Carol LaVene, Frances Jury, Charleen Dowen, Dorothy Allen, Betty Hall, Anette LeMieux, Mr. Burr. Row 2: Janet Beatenhead, Vickie Yates, Phyllis Walters, Dorothy Sanders, Margaret Massey, Margaret Severn, Katherine Jacobi, Jean Schieber, Mary Jo Beach. Row 3: Pat Hoort, Carol Comarmi, Hazel Goodroe, Joan Funch, Peggy Walker, Shirley Massey, Eleanor Dorr, Joyce Sweers, Inez Schroder, Sally Jo Clark. -20. Row 1, left to right: Shirley Carroll, Joyce Eckstein, Carol Johnson, Sally Sadler, Kathy Standerfer,Richard Hess, Lois Walker, Allan Martz, Norman Rollison, Jim Harris. Row 2, left to right: Wayne Shimmons, Frances O'- Toole, Pat Tucker, Linda Tahtinen, Diane Whit- man, Susie Pepper, Nancy Laramie, James Walker, Dick Hillaker, Allan Hill, Tommy Sanders, Dawna Wilson, Bill Randle, John Adle, Lenny Price. Row 3, left to right: Robert Panas, Glenda Brackrog, Pat Wray, Larry Ter- cha, Laurena Whalen, Jean Lawrence, Charles Balderstone, Richard Hoort, Wayne Montney, Donald Brown, Marjory Strong, Carol Smith, Joan Funch, Paul Kulig, Don Petroff, Deward Smith, Bonnie Garrett, Bob Jones, Phil Bryan, Dave Novak. Back Row, left to right: David Schultz, Tim Early, Rowland Raymond, David Montague, Lynwood Andrews, Ed Motter, Don Bradfish, Gerald Hunt, Rodger Gary, Leon Whitman, Mr. Walker. Norma Garman and Charles Brayton were absent from picture. senlor choir Faculty Advisor...Mr. Burr. Row 1: Deanna Eaton, Carol LaVene, Darlene Kern, Nancy Titmus, Joyce Andrews, DorothyAllen, Charleen Dowen, Lois Root, Betty Hall, Annette LeMieux, Sandra Dunbar, Darlene Pruett, Kaye Flint. Row 2: Marie Davis, Janet Beatenhead, Vickie Yates, Laurel Severn, Dorothy Griswold, Dorothy Sanders, Margaret Massey, Carol Fous, Ellen Robertson, Margaret Severn, Joyce Matheson, Katherine Jacobi, Jean Schieber, Dorothy Zawicky. Row 3: Pat Hoort, Mildred Gossel, Carol Comarmi, Hazel Goodroe, Joan Funch, Phyllis Walters, Betty Cooper, Lydia Carlisle, Larry Potts, Shirley Massey, Joyce Sweers, Janice Jury, Mary Jo Beach, Ethel Culp. Row 4: Dale Maginity, Gail White, Peggy Walker, Bob Schneider, James Farley, Dean Stockton, Darwin Matznick, Carolyn Crossett, Rhea Hall, Mar- vin Beatenhead, Eleanor Dorr, Inez Schroder, Sally Jo Clark. Row 5: Pat Campbell, Francis Leeck, Earl Pahr, Hugo Brackrog, Harley Harrington, Paul Baxter, Mr. Burr. .31- ,dv-4 I , G forensics Faculty Advisors...Mrs. Waring, Mrs. Calhoun. Row 12 Bonnie Garrett, Pat Burgess, Sally Duff- ing, Joan Kuhl, Joyce Andrews. Row 2: Alice Evans, Betty Adle, Joyce Rauschert, Carol Comar- mi, .Jean Scheiber, Sally Sadler, Pat Hoort. Row 3: Mrs. Waring, Dorothy Griffin, Ellen Robert- son, Helen Hatcher, Norma Gar- man, Mrs. Calhoun. Row 4: D e Monta ue Bob Schneider RV S , , Jim Farley, Gary Robertson, Lynn Drayton. 'WW TTR?-1'N t.5Q:.s.., i75SiWmMT.-' onnuol staff Faculty Advisors..Mr. Gosseaux, Mr. Reetz, Miss Middleton. Row 1: Mary Howard, Nancy Lytle, Bob Schneider, Joan Kuhl, Har- riet Rogers, Kay Knoodle, Ellen Robertson, Beth Ridley. Row 2: Mr. Gosseaux, Leo Ross, Dale Rolison, John Culp, Ed Pyne, Hugo Brackrog, Jean Troop, Carole Slosar, Deanna Randle, Dorothy Griswold, Mary Miller, Miss Middleton, Mr. Reetz. speech club Faculty Advisor...Mrs. Calhoun. Row 1: Margaret Funch, Helen Griffin , Nancy Hall, Bob Schneider, Harriet Rogers, Mrs. Calhoun, Ethel Johnson, Bill Adle , Don Hum- barger. Row 2: Barbara Craven, Russ Summerfield, Marvin Beat- enhead, Lynwood Andrews, Jim Farley, Bob Edmonds, Dave Mon- tague, Buddie Jones. -32- spanish club Faculty Advisors. . .Miss Karnisch- ky, Miss Middleton. Rowl: Rex Coffey, Sam Culp. Row 2: Helen Griffin, Pat Evans, Alice Evans, Marcella Gamble, Dave Montague, Carol Comarmi, Jo Lynn Merrill, Vera Wright, Joyce Eckstein. Row 3: Miss Middleton, Bob Schneider, Annete Glasgow, Betty Adle, Nancy Linton, Dick Miller, Carol Bardon, Gary Gilmore, Miss Karnischky. Row 4: Jill Cline, Gary Robert- son, Donald Lehman, Doug Holts- lander,Carol Landon, John Culp, Donald Botkin, Robert Root. Row 5: Ted Hoyt, Carl McKee, Rex LaLonde, Bob Panas, Ronald Bell, Leon Whitman, Tom Williams, Leo Ross, Bill Wright. 9 . iournalism d Faculty Advisor...Miss Karnisch- ky. Row 1: Joanne Harshman, Miss Karnischky, Bob Schneider, Jeanette White, Alice Evans, John Culp, Harriet Rogers, Susan Har- ris, Barbara Clontz. Row 2: Art Denes, Ruth Jacobi, Marie Davis, Eleanor Elleman, Sandra Whitney, Louise Hadrick, Margaret Gifford, Bonnie Ackerman, Carolyn Roth. Row 3: Wally Reynolds, Doug Ray- mond, Dorothy Griswold, Helen Hatcher, Bill Wright, Vera Schlos- ser, Betty Cooper, Shirley Mathews. Row 4: Jerry Webber, Kay Mercier, Levi Potter, Mary Ann Auer, JanetMurray,Veramae Scott, Jean Lawrence, Joden Van Tol, Sharon Morgan, Sharill Steele. Row 5: Wanda White, Hugo Brack- rog, Bill Young, Pat Campbell, Gordon Schultz, Jean Troop, Dean Stockton, Betty Miniear, Gordon Quigley. it 3 3 fb in ,' aim- I gf .n':': -4 'Q Y we "' latin club Faculty Advisor...Mrs. Waring. Row 1: Louise Hedrick, Jean Scheiber, Helen Griffin, Mary Miller, Donna Beach, Darlene Pruett, Nancy Schoeppach, Donald Petroff, Joyce Andrews, Beth Ridley, Frances O'Toole, Jerry Franklin. Row 2: Helen Hat- cher, Alice Evans, Harriet Rog- ers, Jeanette White, Ethel John- son, Judy Schultz, Laural Lee Van Wuffen, Janet Beatenhead, Lois Root, Dorothy Griffin, Joyce Rauschert. Row 3: Al Martz, Mrs. Waring, Susie Howland, Judy Stinson, Wilma Mann, Bar- bara Lynch, Shirley Bader, Betty Adle, Sally Sadler, Janice Cole, Maxine Hamm, Pat Evans. Row 4: Pat Burgess, Sally Duffing, Bonnie Garrett, Norma Garman, Robert Root, Doug Keene, Bill Henry, Margie Strong, Jim Long, Ray Allis, George Bigelow. Row 5: Tom Nole, Gordon Schultz, Fred McAndrews, Bart Halliday, Gary Robertson, Ken Radford, Peter McLean, Jim Farley, Gail White, Jean Troop, Barbara Skinner Pat french club Faculty Advisor...Miss Karnisch- ky. Row 1: Merle West, Sandra Whitney, Barbara Craven, Annette LeMieux, Verlene Scholsser, Linda Tahtinen. Row 2: DougRaymond, Dorothy Griswold, Della Carrier, Diane Parr, Carol Lynch, Carol Smith. Row 3: Wanda White, Pat Hoort, Bob Karkowski, M a r v e n Beatenhead, Gordon Schultz. Row 4: Miss Karnischky, Merle Crabb, Fred McAndrews, Gordon Quigley, Wayne Lien, Dick Edwards. "En forgeant ou'on devient forg- eron" is the motto of 'Le Cercle Francais', the French Club which was founded last Fall to enliven the study of French for the students and to give each student a chance to contribute something of value to the other student's linguistic edu- cation. L Q31 is""" li - german club Faculty Advisor...Miss Karnisch- ky. Row 1: Miss Karnischky, Darrow Frantz, Norma Russell, Carol Hummel. Row 2: Gordon Quigley, Dale Rolison, Nancy Lytle, Nancy Hall, Betty Wurn. Row 3: Gary Saltys, Harley Har- rington, Don Humbarger, Darwin Matznick, Mary Howard. hi-c club Faculty Advisor. . .Miss Craig. Row 1: Miss Craig, Vera Wright, Carol LaVene, Joyce Andrews, Beth Ridley. Row 2: .Tim Farley, Alice Evans, Ethel Johnson, Helen Hatcher, Harriet Rogers. Row 3: Marion Carlisle, Carol Smith, Betty Adle, Jeanette White, Dor- othy Griffin. 'Row 4: Frances Leeck, Lynwood Andrews, Gary Robertson, Inez Schroder, Lydia Carlisle, Bonnie Garrett, Mildred Gossel. .34- F. H. A. Faculty Advisor...Miss Reinke. Row 1: Deanna Eaton, Donna Beach, Pat Maulden, Marcella Gamble, Dorothy Allen, Joanne Harshman, Margaret Gifford, Delores Hogan, Laurel Van Wuffen. Row2Z Miss Reinke, Wan- da White, Louise Hedrick, Jean Scheiber, Dorothy Griffin, Joyce Rauschert, Carol Barden, Joanne Goodman, Judy Schultz. Row 3: Gail White, Wilma Mann, Barbara Lynch, Carol Banghart, Janice Ack- erman, Dorothy Sanders, Jeanette White, Helen Hatcher, Ethel John- son. Row 4: Carol Landon, Bar- bara Craven, Pat Hoort, Bonnie Garrett, Sussane Ammerman, Nor- ma Garman, Carol Comarmi, An- nette Glasgow, Hazel Goodroe, Eleanor Dorr. Row 12 Mr. Joseph Hill, Mr. Ken- neth Tucker, Mr. Charles Burr, Mrs. Hazel Kitchen, Mrs. Alice Herman, Mrs. Flossie Harkness, Mrs. Alice White, Mrs. Mildred Hammond, Mr. William Edmonds, Mr. Richard Conway. Row 2: Mrs. Elizabeth Miner, Mrs. Madeline Do- lan, Mrs. lone Atkin, Mrs. Doris Waring, Mrs. Lucy Hillsinger, Mrs. Marquerite Loose, Mrs. John Gard- ner, Mrs. Jean Aldrich, Miss Nancy Karnischky, Mrs. Madge Huffman, Miss Sally Dierich. Row 3: Mrs. Thelma Pettingell, Miss Maude Der- rer, Miss Thelma Gehres, Miss Al- berta Beaven, Miss Lois Craig, Miss Caroline Middleton, Mr. Byron Reetz, Mr. Dennis Sundholm, Mrs. Veva Durham, Mrs. Myrtle Berry- man, Mr. Glenn Walker, Mr. Charles Heidtke. Row 4: Mr. Emile Gos- seaux, Mr. Gerald Marquardt, Mr. Glenn Walker, Mr. Ray Garrett,Mr. Louis Corbat, Mr. Van Mueller, Mr. Gilbert Haven, Mr. Elsworth Sullivan, Mr. Harold Brock, Mr. Edmond Macaris. girl's senior bowling league Faculty Advisor...Miss Gehres, Row 1: Margaret Gifford, Darlene Kern, Carol Boggs, Janet Bradshaw, Nancy Titmus, Barbara Clontz, Pat Maul- den, Eleanor Ellemen. Row 2: Dor- othy Griffin, Joyce Rauschert, Peggy Palmer, Dorothy Zawicky, Sandra Whitney, Mary Howard, Earlene Ma- jor, Joyce Matterson, Louise Hed- rick. Row 3: Shirley Bader, San- dra MacLennan, Pat Burgess, Deanna Getts, Carol Lynch, Ruth Jacobi, Shirley Fisher, Rhea Hall. Row 4: Miss Gehres, Jane Tucker, Betty Miniear, Carol Comarmi, Margaret Severn, Janice Root. faculty club ,f' X.. s s 5 s 5 i... sophomore ploy cost "Lucky Penny" - Director... Mr. C. Heidtke In front, left to right: Bob Schneider, Mr. Heidtke, Shirley Bader, Rex Coffey. Row 11 Carol Smith, Opal English, Sandra Harburn, Sandra Mac Lennan,Louise Hedrick, Dorothy Griffin, Betty Adle. Row 2: Dick Lawrence, Connie Glynn, Jim Troop, Dale Maginity, Sam Culp, Joyce Eckstein. The Sophomore play cast wishes to express their appreciation to Mr. Heidtke for all the time and effort he extended in making this play the big success it was. They also want to thank all the students who worked 'behind the scenes' in turning this play into a big success for the Sophomore class. Y? Q A - fx V2.9 i 5 '51 senior ploy cost "Seventeenth Summer" -Director..Mrs. Stark Row 1: Mrs. Nan Stark, Barbara Clontz, Pat Burgess, Ellen Robertson, Deanna Randle. Row 2: John Culp, Helen Hatcher, Mary How- ard, Ethel Johnson. Row 3: Bill Young, Marvin Beatenhead, Duane Carrier. The play cast wishes to thank Mrs. Stark for all the time, work and headaches she gave to making the Senior play a success. She has put much effort into helping our class with its plays during the past few years, and each play has been a big success. We also want to thank all teachers, especially Senior sponsors who put in time and effort in getting the play on its road to success. i 5 1 l oll high ploy cost "Bishop's Mantle" - Director. . .Mr. Charles Heidtke Row 1: Jim Farley, Alice Evans, Pat Hoort, Bob Schneider. Row 2: Donna Beach, Betty Adle, Carole Slosar, .Tean Schieber, Mr. Heidtke. Row 3: Leon Whitman, Gary Robertson, Norma Gar- man, Dave Montague. The cast wishes to thank Mr. Heidtke for the work and time he put in in helping to make this play a success. They en- joyed working and being a part of this play. Under the guidance of Mr. Heidtke, they presented "Bishop's Mantle" in a form new to this school-called 'Arena Style'. It was a new and exciting way of presenting entertainment, and all who had a part in making it a success will never forget the enjoyment they had in present- ing this play. .36. 7 41. drivers training ,Q ,411 .S lg,-:5 Vg.. Wu, fire guards 'aculty Advisor ......... Mr. Macaris .ow 1: William Wilson, Earl Pahr, Mr. Iacaris, Bob Schneider, Gordon Schultz, uane Carrier, Hugo Brackrog. Row 2: eo Ross, Dean Stockton, Gordon Quigley, ale Rolison, Wayne Lien, Fred McAn- rews. maiorefies Faculty Advisor. . .Mr. Sullivan Row 1: Barbara Craven, Louise Hedrick, Janice Werth, Donna Beach, Carolyn Roth, D e 1 o r e s Hogan, Sandra Wh 1 t n e y, Pat Hutchcraft, Mr. Sullivan. Row 2: Carol Banghart, Dorothy Sanders, Shirley Fisher, Joyce Rauschert, Wayne Montney, Margaret Funch, Ruth Jacobi, Jenny Baxter. Row 33 Virginia Harcek, Betty Mini- ear, Kay Knoodle, Merle Eising- er, Ronnie Fox, Hazel Goodroe, Susie Harris, Betty Adle. Row 4: Wanda White, Jim Hammel, Leon Whitman, Bob Schneider, Harold Boggs, Bob Johnson. 1. N libr0'Y +1 ! fits ,QF rl ,QA iv V 11, f, an if debdfe man Left to right. Linda Garman, Mary Frances, F . Chee-Se Judy Rodden, Jean Scheiber, Norman Garman, aclllty A MxsS W, . . dvism. Advisor. .- Nd? Sctglroi Susie Pepper,CarolComarm1, Margie Strong. L6ft to right. . . , U . ' M Facuxw X EHSOH' mam a Q- marmi, J ' Dave ' ' 1' S- Calh W 1: pa mme AmmerGeYw Moog, oyce Rallsczfontague, C mm ifllw 21 22133 Wielfr' 00' GU s BafdeQg,..ne tggear Long, -37- 611, Mrs argl Co- . Callhou H. student counc Left to Right, Top Row: Linda Mahoney, Norma Nations, Donald Petroff, Frances O'Toole, Lyle Rose, Roland Raymond, and Charlotte Steele. Middle Row: Louis D. Corbat, Sponsor, Sharon Gary, Janet Murray, Marjorie Strong , Jerry Knickerbocker, Sally Evans, Alice White, Jeanne Massey, Wanda Hum- phrey, and Miss Alberta Beaven, Sponsor. Front Row: Pat Hoort, Beth Ridley, Chester Culinski, Treasurerg Jeanette White, Vice President, Clare La Vene, President, Donna Beach, Secretary, Bob Schneider, and Gary Robertson. iunior play cast Left to R1ght,R0w 1: Chuck M 1 Brayton, Gary Robertson, - ' Q Leon Whitman, Dave Novak. ' 1, 1 V V 5 Row 2: Pat Evans, Donna 5 ,lt v Beach, and Mrs. Stark, Spon- ,QL 'LQ W7 sor. Row 32 Pat Wray and Y. -f Pat Hoort. Absent: Norma Garman and Jill Cline. , , ., I G ' X of in A 1 z iff ff 11 X girl's iunior bowling league Faculty Advisor..Miss Gehres Row lt Carol Ritter, Pat Gun- ton, Diane Stoinski, Janith Lindsay, Susie Cook, Mary Ledrow. Row 2: Gloria Pace, Lorraine Blossom, Penny Sampson, Virginia Root, San- dra Mauldin, Delores Kneer, Judy Princing. Row3: Chris Root, Linda Burgess, Wanda Humphry, Judy Rodden, Dana Pittman, Nancy Adams, Miss Gehres. Row4: Jeanne Mas- sey, Pat Franks, Margaret Hamilton, Ann Arnold, Ellen Montague, Mary Lowell. .3g- 1 Row 1: Bob Fisher, Mike Lawson, Tom'Manville, David Newland, Roger Arnold, Mile Girad, Arthur Converse, Jerry Mann, Bill Turnbull. Row 22 Donald Ackerson, Curtis Johnke, .Terry Mills, Darrell Robertson, Tom Cook, Rex Rushton, Henry Nichols, Donald Zink, Carl Carmean, Mike Regan. Row 3: Mr. Walker, Joe Morrisstta, Burton Cox, Wayne Hayes, Peter Stukkie, Harold Richards, Jerry Harris, Larry Eaton, David Burns. Row 4: Alan King, Kenneth Florida, Dick Johnson, Jack Walker, Arthur Couch, .Tan Schultz, Charles Sneed, Kenneth Harshman. iunior band SLDW s?12?' 51-cw ICIOOC Director. .Mr. Walker. Row 1: Marilyn Mason, Morman Duford, Emma Hall, Larry Evans, Nancy Archambault, Robert Bohnsack, Carol Tatrow, Arthur Converse, Mary Jacobi, Gary Serven, Jeanne Martz, Darrell Robertson. Row 22 George Harcek, .Tohn Schroder, Paul Brovsm, Kathy Hill, Kathy Heidebreicht, Sharon Baryo, James Moore, Bruce Presgrove, Lynn McMahan, Leon Howes, Don Hillaker, Gale Partain, Alta Smith, Thomas Taft, Don Bradfish, Max Reed, Arthur Wray, Dennis Hunt, Kimmit Tahtinen, Kathy Bishoff. Row 3: Ronald Almasy, Larry Markell, Tom Bowns, Richard Johnson, Gary Derbyshire, Danny Atkin, Clare Schram, Phillip Titus, Ronald Wilson, Donald Carroll, Oliver Wilson, Richard Nail, Mr. Walker. Corner Row: Douglas Ashe, Dale Pushman, Sharon Sautter, Sandra Leix, Charlotte Shimmons. grade school chorus -an here cmd railing' , ff "The good ole days" v We "Did someone breathe 7" VN S Wil' si il "Here we go again!" Af' gli' zz Silence! the master speaks!" .40 there . . . 7k,.V "Who's next?" "Strike up the band" "Work! Work! Work!" fra'-T A 4flftQA egfiii . fp, fi! ' 0-U 1 F' 1 .ef XX e,te I "Anyone for turtle soup?" "Every car has one minor detail-brakes!" "Cell 6-Warden John Padgen on duty." .1 -ff V" . W 1fX'E"4"7ffY ,, sf f X2 HA11 you need is an imagination" HWS not really that hardly, if V iiim - E w, V X 5 'Z " NN . Mn 7 wiii...-silo u--an-u..v.ww W. .45 kk NL Ji "The 1ine-up" "This is art??'?" 'ISI' 1 "Oh come now, it isn't that difficult!" - 41 - "B0yl Would I like this job!" pawn -"W 3 A 4 5 Q-.-.,M...., 95 Rn W, 5, Mm i wx fm! vi i ?"P"' ds? ,,. u xx , .-5 , g Q--2' 3 .X ., 1,3 X, A KH - 1 f Q -PIP'-1: hn- ff' MER' "It must really be amu . , HN wa A 'fwgg Q A ,M , 4 .1 In 3 if i , 'S' Z, 5 v ' L, Q iv , 1 Q "" f ,Z 4 4 Iv 'sr my 1 if f W A' 'Q tai!! 'g A YW if x 3 K V dk Q Rn "Beauty On parade" "We're in the army now" "Still hoping" ,ga M3 H H "The three musketeersn Hard times 4'The good old days" "Peek a boo" -- Y,x. K af" I "When we were young and gay-l4th grax Dr. Earl J. Schuur High School Principal Mrs Tatrow, Mrs Churchill, Mrs M11ne, Mrs Murray, Scotty C USTODIANS Row 1: Mr. Leslie Berry, Mr. Alvah Riley, M Marvin Plew. Row 2: Mr. A. A. Plew, Mrs. Mar Daly. Row 3: Mr.ErnestKing,DirectorgMr.Luth4 Ness, Mr. Marshall Iser. football county champ . . . Row 1, left to right: Harold Boggs, Pat Campbell,Hugo Brackrog, John Roberts, Leo Ross, Chuck Lowell, Jack Martin, John Culp, Gary Robertson, and John Comaromi. Row 22 Chuck Brayton, Gordon Schultz, Bart Halliday, Leslie Montague, Dick Mason, Ernie Reed, Tom Williams, Wayne Lien, Jack Rockwell, and Bill Wright. Row 3: Coach Ellsworth Sullivan, Coach John Padgen, Dean Stockton, Jerry Knickerbocker, Fred McAndrews, Sam Culp, Ted Hoyt, and Coach Nick Padgen. The 1954 Football team has an envious record of achieve- ment for this year's Panthers became the first undefeated team in the history of the school, placed in the top ten teams of the state for the second consecutive year, placed a center on the All County team for four years in a row, and rolled out the highest score in the history of the school. Graduation takes its toll of all County Personnel: Co- captains Leo Ross and Chuck Lowell, Hugo Brackrog, John SCORES Mt. Morris 35 Mt. Morris 13 Mt. Morris 40 Mt. Morris 54 Mt. Morris 13 Mt. Morris 33 Mt. Morris 12 Mt. Morris 21 Mt. Morris 27 Culp and Jack Martin. Other seniors who will be missed are Harold Boggs, Gordon Schultz, John Comaromi, Fred McAndrews,Wayne Lien, Merle West and Dean Stockton. This year brought a new member to the coaching staff, John Padgen who with Ellsworth Sullivan and N. C. Padgen did exemplary work in molding the best team in the history of Mt. Morris. St. Agnes O St. Charles 7 Fenton 0 Flushing 7 Grand Blanc 7 Mandeville 0 Clio Bendle 6 0 Davison 7 is-I J? lil' I X X Q fu -I ' I 'x J Q.,- TJ X n Q 2' 4 9 , YQ I fx ' 4 ' 4, Q' Q' li f M .,:.a is 'N ILE.. at ,, ...A 1 4 X .5 Leo Ross Fullback John Comaromi End senior lettermen f '- sais: ,- ilfisi 5 1 ff? , .ef if ., 'Y' . v' ,Ji x K A .1 'X 1 , I - .T U " ..., p of 1, . ,. it " ti! -i . .f g 5' .iiigliff A V-Flu. sis f f w if? ' 6 1 ' - ' "" 'X w fig If 5135 ri, ,, W Q K' i1,.x--MA N fi, 3, l,.5,,4p' 'fffi L: Gordon Schultz John Culp H Hb k a ac Guard Chuck Lowell Tackle 'E ""' C '. Jack Martin Merle West Fred McAndrews Center Guard End . ' Ia:-: ' .fx an t 'f Q ' - ' 5 ' 4 'Q 4 . f- g M K A . Q ' SV f' t "- Y . '21 L, ,E 1 A . 3 sf 8 , e' 5 L : ..,. . V Ai? b 1 4' -' 'I .t ff ' L fi Q S M ,... ' I K ., - - - ,. ox J H f Q. '. -' "' ' I Q 1 .ta i ,:...:.i,..,g.,,,,.,i:,. ww , V Wk Dean Stockton Hugo Brackrog Wayne Lien Fullback End Halfback .43. Q A "'. F fi . basketball varsity . . . Row 1, left to right: Marvin Beatenhead, Manager, .Tack Brace, Captain, E. J. Stark, Coach. Row 2 B111 Wright, Jack Rockwell, Dwayne Carrier, Ernest Reed, Hugo Brackrog, Gary Robertson, Leo Ross John Roberts, Ken Kozlesky, and Jim Long. Absent: John Comaromi. With but four holdovers from last year's varsity squad Cand none of them was a "starter"J, Coach Elbert Stark was faced with the momentous task of rebuilding a representative team with Hugo Brackrog, Fred McAndrews, Leo Ross and Bill Wright as a nucleus. Moved up from the reserved were Ernie Reed, John Roberts, Gary Robertson and Jack Rockwell-these four "R's", together with John Comaromi and Jack Brace, a newcomer, and Dennis Robinson, and Jim Long were to form the varsity squad throughout the season. Winning but four games in sixteen is far from an impressive record but all is not lost when victory isn't perched on the Panther's head. The team morale and school spirit throughout the season was of the highest. Coach Stark handled the squad in superb fashion with sound coaching, getting all of the talent at hand co- ordinated to produce the maximum effort in playing while having fun at the same time. The game is designed to teach muscular and mental coordination, good sports- manship, fair play that is clean and wholesome, team play that submerges self for the good of the team. The score by quarters for the sixteen games were: lst. 2nd. 3rd, 4th. Total Ave. Mt. Morris 204 216 254 215 889 55.56 Opponents 223 229 260 233 945 59.06 In foul shooting Mt. Morris tried 413 shots and made 209 for a 50.6175 while their opponents tried 451 shots and made 236 for 52196. -49- wwf iunior varsity squads football Row 1, left to right: Ed Utter, Pete McLean , George Bigelow, Al Martz, Lloyd Coulter, Fred Knoodle, Norman Rolison, Mr. Tucker, Coach. Row 2: Murl Rousseau, Dennis Schultz, Bill Somer, Don Lehman, Dick Atherton, Tom Knoll, Levi Potter. Row 3: Dale Maginity, Dave Culter, Dallas Sheick, .Tim Troop, Dick Lawrence, Doug Keene. Row 4: .Tim Todd, Willie Harden, Lawrence Jackson, Paul Grammatico, Dick Landon, Don Grundel. basketball Row 1, left to right: Arthur Miniear, Manager, .Terry Miniear, Bill Reno, Russell Freeze, Dennis Robinson, Deward Smith, Max Reed, Manager. Row 2: Peter McLean, Bob McKerchie, Theron Reynolds, A1 Martz, George Bigelow, David McKerchie, Jim Troop, Ted Hoyt, Neal Smith, Van Mueller, Coach. .51. baseball Row 1, left to right: James Long, Dean Stockton, Hugo Brackrog, Robert Edmonds, Fred Mc- Andrews, Leo Ross and Bill Wright. Row 2: Dave Montague, Manager, Robert Panis, Russ Freeze, Gary Robertson, Bart Haliday, Jack Rockwell, Jerry Cole, .Tack Brace, Ken Harris, Bill Hagadorn, Manager. Row 3: Coach Ken Tucker, Dennis Robinson, Lyle Rose, Jim Todd, Tom Pepper, George Bigelow, Fred Knoodle, E. Sullivan, Coach. track Row 1, left to right: William Adle, Tom Williams, Bill Young, Jack Martin, Wayne Lien, Harold Boggs, Don Humbarger, Gordon Jones. Row 2: Leslie Roth, Manager, Dave Schultz, Myrlin Eisenger, Jim Troop, Bill Henry, Dick Atherson, Jerry Knickerbocker, Lynn Andrews, Ted Hoyt, Rex Coffey, Paul Grammatico, Cam Culp, John Adle, Manager. Row 3: Howard Ander- son, Lawrence Jackson, Dale Maginity, Pete McLean, Don Ellis, Carl McKee, Bill Somers, A. Martz, Bill Stewart, Joe Gavagan,Gary Finley, Manager. Row 4: Jim Walker, Carl Brock, Wally Reynolds, Theron Reynolds, Norm Rolison, Ron Bell, Dick Landon, Jim Hammel, Murl Rousseau, Ron Samson, J. Padgen, Coach. Absent: Darwin Matznick, Ron Helsey, Charles Favors, Pat Campbell, Bob McKerchie. girl's basketball Row 1, left to right: Nancy Lytle, Dorothy Griswold, Jean Troop, Wanda White. Row 2: Maude Derrer, Coach, Lois Root, Jean Scheiber, Margaret Severn, Daisy Ellson , Janet Root, Susan Pepper, Mrs. Harmon, Coach. Row 3: Sandra Whitney, Linda Luna, Carole Comaromi, Norma Garman, Gail White, Alice Warren, Glenda Brackrog, Joan Funch, Manager. Wanda Jean Nancy Dot girl's softball Row 3, left to right: Carol Lynch,SandraWhitney, Jean Funch, Betty Pifer, Eleanor Dorr, Linda Luna. Row 2: Sharril Steel, Janice Root, Jean Scheiber, Carole Comaromi, Coach Mrs. Scheiber, Sandra Dunbar, Peggy Palmer, Margie Strong, Daisy Ellson. Row 1: Dot Griswold, Shirley Massey, Nancy Laramie, Glenda Brackrog, Janet Bradshaw, and Dot Zawicky. cheerleaders Nancy Schoeppach, Susan How- land, Shirley Fisher, Eleanor Ellemen, Nancy Lytle, Carol Fous, Pat Hutchcraft, Jodene Van Tol, Bonnie Ackerman. .54- elementary faculty ,..--I Principal Lester P. Childs discusses a problem with Secretary Patsy Roth. Row 12 Mrs. Atkin, Mrs. Hilsinger, Mrs. Dolan, Miss Harmon, Mrs. Derrer, Mrs. White, Mrs Hammond. Row 2: Miss Miner, Mrs. Aldrich, Mrs. Zerull, Mrs. Huffman, Mrs. Gardner, Mrs Loose, Mrs. Calhoun. Row 3: Mrs. Broadworth, Miss Kniesley, Miss Beck, Mrs. Forsberg, Mrs O,Connor, Mrs. Durham, Mrs. Pettengill, Mrs. Harkness. Row 4: Mrs. Clasper, Mr. Conway, Mr Brock, Mr. Marquardt, Mr. Walker, Mr. Haven, Mr. Childs, Mrs. Kitchen, Mrs. Berryman. .56- ,, ' ', 1 1 , fi Row 1: Sharon Barys, Jean Gardner, Donelda Parker, Douglas Ashe, Diane Rodden, Frank Tedrow, Gale Partain, David Newland, Bruce Zimmer, Joan TaFramboise. Row 2: Jim Green- way, Beverly Griswold, Kenneth Griebe, Michael Goward, Terrie Derbyshire, Carol Tatrow, David Williamson, Ed- ward Roussean, Norman Duford, Ken- neth Harshman. Row 3: Mr. Haven, Gerald Campbell, Ronnie Strong, Allen Coulter, Robert Severn, Patsy Tislie, Virginia Fohnston, Glenn Ewald, Janet, Eisinger, Marlyn Shores, Leslie Ford. Row 4: Donald Taylor, Kathleen Hill, Marilyn Taramie, Joe Jackson, Diane White, Larry Eggleston, Danny Nieley, Donald Miniear, William Walber, John Slough, Jon Schultz. 'hr' Row 1: Paul Brown, Kimmit Fahinen, Robert Wolfgang, Patsy Myers, Larry Evens, Arthur Wray, Joyce Allison, Nancy Perry. Row2: Gwen McCulley, Marvin Walker, James Jones, Thomas Bowns, Dianne Bradfish, Ralph Howe, Jerry Harris, Fred Cromwell. Row 3: Mrs. Forsberg, Peggy Kenyon, Dennis Hunt, Mary Ann Loveliss, Patty Schweiger, Mike Treso, Roger Pirtle, Virginia Kozlowski, Jane Beatenhead. Row 4: Kathy Heidebreicht, Sharon Sweet, Julia Pineo, Joanne Ritter, Gar- neta Rose, Patty Cryderman, Sharon Warren, Beth Dolan. Row5: Norman Rockwell, Sharon Hawley, Nancy Ar- chambault, Richard Nail, Lester Wilt- fong, Clare Schram, Sandra Leix, Di- anne Chapman. I fx, lix...fa'1 5: l -.V ' -G iii if 0 ' f If A , . . T is -..,.. -. .,....- Wa.. ........, ma., .W Turpin, Arthur Converse, Jerry Mann, Mary Roth, Vicki Fedchenko, Rita Cra- ven, Carolyn Nations, Albert Firman. Row 2: Thomas Cook, Stanley Morley, James Moore, Peter Stukkie, Janet Charette, Donald Zink, Gerald Hamil- ton, Carl Carmean, Joe Welsh, Mar- garet Murray. Row 3: Mr. Walker, Sandra Hemingway, Daniel St. John, Ronald Wilson, Marilyn Corssett, Har- old Richards, Darrell Robertson, Rex Rushton, Jack Davis. Row 4: Connie Eves, Jeanne Martz, Nellie Hittle,Alta Smith, Doris Newell, Janet Thomas, Charles Sneed, Lee Whalen, Judith Johnson. Row 5: Allen Hendon, Sha- ron Ross, John Carlisle, Vernie Ber- ney, Ronald Connor, Phillip Titus, Michael Peterson, Shirley Mott, Janet Winterlee. S sixth grade Row 1: Carlotta Van Mott, Mike Re- gan, Grant Frager, Gary Limron, Mike Girard, Darlene Spears, Sharon Brown, Bill Nations. Row 2: Russell Roth, Kenneth Gardner, Anna View, Alice Beach, Jim Webber, Charlotte Shim- mons, Leslie Williams, Bill Hammel, Robert Bohnsack. Row 3: Mrs. Hil- singer, Pat Harris, Barbara Hyzer, Gary Serven, Kenneth Gebhardt, James Sutherland, David Williams, Larry Eaton, Dale Pushman. Row 4: David Jacob, Sharon Kraft, Carol Drudge, Bob Lo Ree, Verlon Finney, Vivian Days, Barbara Goodman, Lillian Cau- dill. Row 5: Nancy Popp, Edna Ni- chals, Kenneth Sparks, Sut Everett, Thomas Herron, Eddie Horton, Ruth Ham, Judy MacDonald, Janice Gleason. 3 ' w is g ii A 5 5 Q f - "u 1 Y M 5 -, If-x 5 fm I ' I . L .A ,, 9' K -.'v' "..',' '. 1- 1 . -IQ.. I , '-' va J . Q- .E J f-- + -- :--1 . .. ',4"".v A -E -5 fi' -: . :M .Irv ' ' Q . - :I ,- " fs " x . V - V 1 . V LA R frllf lx X11 ', 'Sf x . 1 I 0 f rg ., " ft, L ' f f 7?-X 3 W 4 : Row 1 Kathy Hayes Allen White, Janet Leslie, Sharon VVh1ttum, Carol Miller, Diana Burris, Juanita Dunbar, Chris Roth Donna O Toole Row 2 Kay Severn, Judy Eiseuger, Agnes Fyvie, Janice Na tions, Jerry Hol1oway,David Hicks, Leslie Brown Robert Fisher, Arthur Coenen, Diana Culp Row 3 Mrs Aldrich, Thomas Cotton, Charlotte Mass, Mary Diekema John Adams, Leslie Read, Ger ald Mercier Larry Ferguson, Judy Cox, Joanne Cox Row 4 David Byrne, Ken neth Florida Glenda Wheeler, Keith Brookins, Ronald Sny Ronald Murray B1llv Sinn Peggy Beagle, Saudra Fillmore VP!! Row 1: Garlin Couch, David Jones, Carl Talada, Sandra Browns, Ronald Carpenter, Rolland Arnold, Evelyn Reynolds, Kay Franklin. Row 2: Mary Jo Charnley, Sharon Allen, Joan Princing, Leona Ter- cha, Margie Almasy, Billy Webber, John Wilson, Billy Gardner, Tom Monville. Row 3: Mr. Conway, Sharon Mathews, Diane Cum mings, Sandra Wenclawski, Sam Atkins, Larry Early, Judy Larmor, Ber- nice Durance, Kay Goodman. Row 4: Phillip Palmer, Jack Walker, George Treece, Wayne Hayes, John Budke, Larry Compton, Joe Morissette, Burton Cox. 58- fifth grade Row 1: Larry Clark, Dean Radford,Sha- ron Buys, Janice Roth, Beth Webber, Lyle Fredell, Carol Gardner, Donald Knerr, Gary Bradshaw. Row 2: Susan Sills, Bruce Brock, Karen Wittum, Patricia Smith, Janet Ford, Billy Turnbull, Donald Crocker, Neva McKerchie, Douglas Beat- enhead, Gary Hutchcraft. Row 3: Mr. Marquardt, Crutis Jahnke, Jerry Mills, John Lendvory, Michael Hawley, Henry Nichols, Bobby Harman, Carol Wise, Charles Jenkins. Row 4: Herbert Win- terlee, Phyllis Swinehart, Judy Biddle, Beckey Rogers, Janice Finley, Donn Ber- ney, Barbara Nail, Barbara Mercier. Row 1 Harold West, Camille Willett Cynitha Pepper, Roy Richardson, Sandra Mead, Stephen Schultz Gregory Saulter, Elaine Allen. Row 21, Wayne Schoep- pach Charvilla Sommers, Mac Arthur Pruitt, Gloria Rusell Kingsley Miller Karen Jacobi, William Day Ella Hittle Carol Williamson. Row 3: Mrs. Derrer Janet Ehrmantraut Patricia Ehrmantraut Nancy Keith, Robert Reid, Clarance Camp- bell, Janice Andrews, Doris Potter, Sharor Coffey. Row 4: Lois Swanson, Harolc Ford, Raymond Betz, Mary Wyckoff, Wil- liam Griffen, Tom Van Wuffen, Ronalc Harcek, Gerald Glynn. lk!! 'T fourth grade Row 1: Marie Sekrenes, Barbara Culver, Roy Croglow, Rockland Young, Patricia Fox, Karen Babcock, Sammy Parker, Linda Bryan. Row 2: Terry Stoinski, Sharon Loudan, Paulette Kinsman, Floyd Wray, Gerald Harcek, David Haskin,Alice Jury, Shirley Stamm. Row 3: Mrs. Zerull, Joann Stukkie, Norman Tate, Terry Thompson, James Eves, Robert Hind, Darrell Hughes, Ralph Bishoff, Rita Hum- barger. Row 42 Sharon Bryan, Marilyn Landon, Connie Macley, Karen Russell, David Leix, William Stimple, Gail Kroft, Jesse Hittle, Danny Baxter. -.f 15? Row 1: Dorene Saltys, James Mann, Fery Provorse, Joan Lendvay, Lawrence Roth, Carlene Woalever, Howard Leslie, Tyrone Sheik, Dale Rose. Row 2: Linda Town' send, Pamela Gossett, Carol Peck, Dale Strong, Gerald Budke, Kenneth Ford, John Matthews, Sherman Luna, Karen Howard, Karen Bigelow. Row 3: Miss Harman, Michael Lawson, Jack Lawrence, Nancy Regan, Ronald Pease, Richard Shinabar- ger, Laura Easlick, Janet Lawrence, Nola Hammel, Arthur Thomas. Row 4: Gary Ackler, Lynn Kilbreath, Nancy Klepinger, Jack Pinney, Phillip Brackrog, Robert Vickers, Douglas Wilson. sfk X Row 12 Pamel Agle, Thomas Finley, Mary Griffin, Douglas Nations, Duane Goff, Pat Lundbom, Gary West, Linda Goodman. Row 21 Marjorie Owens, Billy Massey, Caroly Howe, Dale Hayes, Billy Vance, Pat Rouse, Michael Pepper, Gerry Pullen, George Shepherd. Row 3: Miss Miner, Dolores Cummings, Elmer Brannan, Michael Prichard, Donald Smith, Jerry Matheson, Larry Nelson, Kenneth Koon, Mae Herron. Row 45 Kathleen Warren, Neal Drbyshire, Adeloide Schram, Pat Cook, Sandra Kulig, Perry Carlson, Terry Boudreau, Charles Hall, Michael Blood. Row 1: Margaret Owens, Leslie George, Ronald Figgins, Dale Schieber, James Montague, Francis Le Mieux, Alan Web- ber, Keith Tahtinen. Row 2: Kiana Hoyt, Barbara Evans, Peggy Donigan, Ellyn Blake, Wendy Cook, Jo Ann Heidebreicht, Catherino Deslaurier, Janet Arnold, San- dra Kotwicki. Row 3: Mrs. 0'Connor, Webster Pittman, Gregory Raymond, Carol Cimermancic, Carol Limron, Gary Spencer, John Brayton, Garth Severn, Louis Johnson. Row 42 Clifford Titus, Linda Ferris, Margaret Shenkel, Donald Bond, Phillip Dennington, Harry Elliott, Dennis Dufond, Daniel Pittman, Harold Steels. -51 third grade Row 1: Freda Gladden, Thomas Sheick, Sherry Hampton, Dessie Mann, Michael Ferguson, Susan Dodd, Lyn Glasgow, Jackie Soper, Christopher Van Mott, Way- dean Ireland. Row 2: Jack McCarty, Dale Wenn, Maxwell Kummer, Donald Brackrog, Rodney Symons, Molly Reed, Rodney Mundale Patricia Brownell, Linda St. John, Robert Cox. Row 3: Mrs. Do- lan, Judith Wheeler, Jerry Pillow, Ronald Olsey, Sharon Blood, Thomas Gallagher, Ronald Swanson, Ronald Hawley, John Pi- chard, Nancy Passard, Row 41 James Richards, Judith Wilfong, Sandra Stemple, Charles Firman, James White, Robert Allis, Rebecca Moss. Judy Pittman, Wil- lard Klump. Row li Vivian Ridley, Gerald Mathews, Robert Treso, Sharon Titmus, Donald Gardner, Billy Rice, Douglas Licqnia, Robert Dodge, Charles Culver, Michael Black. Row 2: Thomas Sparks, Laurin Winterlee, Robert Moore, Gerald Baryn, Harry Beach, Linda Derbyshire, Danny Serven, Renee Harris, Reva Harris,Ralph Munsey, Doris Zimmer, Shirley Heming- way. Row 3: Mrs. Hammond, Robert Roth, Richard Rome, Charles Hughes, Mark Montague, Mary Ann Murray, Ron- ald Shegos, Leonard Mulholland, Dale Tercha, David Kern, Frances Harvey, Kathleen Morgan. Row 4: Charles Moore, Toni Van Tol, Lawerence Taber, Chris- topher Sny, David Putman, Gary Ridley, James Severn, Judy Duffing, Diane Wolf- gang, Nancy Gaward, Betty Pease, Laura Schroder. N- Row 12 Helen Wilson, Martha Harrington, Linda Apperley, Jack Ehrmantrout, Mari- lyn Llgyd, Stanley Dimeut,Darlene Rouse, Bryan Webber, Diane Phillips. ROW 22 Mary Lindenschmidt, Carol Sue Smith, Nancy Price, Lorraine Berney, Howard Hagadorn, Judy Allen, Dennis Rockwell, Jane Ewald, Gary Chapman, Clara Parkin- son. Row 32 Miss Kniesley, Stephen Sadler, Jimmy Evertt, Linda Brookens, Cheryl Bidwell, Michael Yuresko, Nick Clark, Bernard Mathews, Linton Pahl, Bruce Williams. Row 4: David Smith, Janice Dickerson, Bill Copenhaver, Janet Bush, Judy Hasselbach, Jimmy Ross, Craig Corbin, Donna Jean Coon, Bob Campbell, Jackie Cryderman. Row 1: Charles Reed, Linda Turnlrell, Gerald Stone, John Robertson, Raymond Hammel, Carolyn Clark, Leslie Triggins, Diane Kern, Raymond Fisher. Row 21 Beverly Wright, John Johnson, Larry Stoinski, Jean Morley Dennis Conway, Harry Kilbreath, David Ford, Richard Kozlesky, Marrilee Duford, Garland Ham- phries. Row 3: Mrs. Clasper, Linda Florida, Stephen Morris, Sandra Johnke, Cheryl Nitzschke, Carol Potts, Judith Kirkham, Donney Firman, Kay Betz, San- dra Tidwell. Row 4: David Limron,Linda Culinski, Nelson Graham, Fred McLean, Gregory Harrington, Dawn Whitman, Robert Griffin, Wayne Gay. .60- Q45 1.9 Row 15 Randy Day,Arthur Gunnels, Wayne Hornbeck, Dennis Gauthier, Bobby Stemple, Donald Harris, Linda Provorse, Connie Ackerman, Billie D. Goodman. Row 2: Lynne Sills, Sharon Budke, Caro- lyn Kramer, Garry Brown, Karen Mason, Kathy Tolar, Karen Darley, Thomas Doyle, Charles Mead, Billy Holloway. Row 3: Mrs. Gardner, Marcia Wray, Marjorie Brannam, Joe Lupton, Karen Durham. Row 4: Tonia Lajewski,Daird Schneider, Sharon Frauklin, Pamela Clear, Mary Cook, Dale Evans. ffl. Row 1: Margaret Esson, Carolyn Wooten, Phillip Hittle, Gloria Bleshenski, Carl Vance, Roger Ledrow, Iva Brown, Danny Daniels. Row 2: Barbara Rouse, Nancy Kerrison, Gary Carrier, Raymond Blake, Charles Massey, Roger Lawrence,Ronnie Azelton, Linda Betz. Row 32 Mrs.Dur- ham, Robert Peterson, David Lehaman, Marilyn Harcek, Donna Rappley, John Mason, David Burt, Jerry Harmon, Sandra Jacobs. Row 4: Duane Wittum, Cheri Eggleston, Milton Beach, Arthur Corbin, Ronnie Willey, Karen Titus, Linda Pike, Billie .To Lineberry, Jimmy Ford. -61- N, f 1 second grade Row 11 Donald Plamondon, Pamela Gal- lup, Floyd Holloway, Arnie Diekema, Cyn- thia Poland, Karen Putnam, Charles Bar- yo, Donald Zimmer, Sharon Crary, Luey Fredell. Row 2: Marita Miller,William Smith, Marie Powell, Diana Lynn Roush, Judy Lawrence, Steven Atchley, Judy Clark, Gloria Jacobi, Brenda Lloyd, Linda Licquia, Rosemary McCulley. Row 3: Mrs. Berryman, Carla Moore, Nancy Potter, Dennis LoRee, Pamela Babcock, Margaret Metzger, Edward Jordon, Rod- ney Brown, Marc McGraw. Row 4: Bonita Brushaber, William Wilson, Kenneth Ri- chards, Terry Bettinger, Janice Goodman, Donald Vieu, Donna Smith, James Wood. Row 12 Diane Brendel, Frank Cimerman- cic, Suzanne Petroff, Doreen Yager, Den- nis Babcock, Judy Schoeppack, Carol Ehr- mamtraut, Linda Morgan, Robert Burris. Row 2: Beth Jully, Judy Laramie, Tania Fedchenks, Kenneth Kummer, Janis Milne, Linda Stoneburg, Ronald Leslie, Kathy Seltzer, Jacquie Mathews. Row 3: Mrs. Harkness, Linda Rockwell, Jill Princing, Karen Salsbury, Joanne Taft, Robert Pur- dy, Douglas Kinsman, Gene Scharer, Don- ald Diehl, Tom Behm. Row 4: Jackie Edwards, Dale Milliron, Steven Orr, Robert Morley, Judy Dickerson, Linda Wood, John Brittain, Charles O'Hearn, Sharon Smith, Thomas Fleetwood. ,.- sa 1' ..- second grode Row 1: Linda Kevish, James Ed- ward Reid, John Reid, Eleanor Ter- cha, Sandra Cox, George Buys, Rose- mary Mann, Gary Figgins. Row 2: Milton Everett, Fred Coenen, Charles Sekrenes, Linda Hindricks, MaryAnn Bishoff, Dennis Dougherty, Marian Jenkins. Row 31 Mrs.Atkin,Wanda N e e l e y, William Wright, D o n na Ackler, Shelia Tate, Kit Wise, Carole Rowe, Robert Linton. Row 4: James Ern Reed, Linda May Wills, Richard Ames, Craig Swart, David Yettaw, Jesse Moss Jr., Sam Couch, Jerry Knoodle. Row 1: Kathy Steele, Kevin Howard,San- dra Howard, Robert Lakey, Melanie Robertson, Rita K. Eldred, Linda Leslic. Row 2: Nelly Reed, Carruthers, Glas- gow, Larry Carpp, Ronald Koster, Janice Reynolds, Carol Sautter, Brenda Nail, Patricia Black. Row 3: Mrs. Herman, Joseph Pease, Gregory Ross, Jennie Page, Terry Moore, Teddy Bunting, Sharon Mc- Clain, Donald Richards. Row 4: Susan Beech, Violet Girard, Ronald Schneider, Raymond Montague, Mike Ehrmantrout, David Slough, Donald Boudreau. ,, ' 'I il -S 1 .2S.i'.?Il4'l' "'-SLI llli I i first grade Row 1: Bobby Churchill, Jack Somers, Steven Ford, Julia Diekema, Norma Mc- Loud, Chester Seeback, David Shurter, Jummy Luna, Raymond Long. Row 2: Nelba Adams, Sara Beth Pinney, Steve Presley, Rachel Graham, Faye Dodge, Michael Harvey, Victor Cox, Michael McCarty, Myra Potter. Row 3: Miss Beck, Kenny Miller, Ronald Hawley, John LaFleur, Roger Wittum, Carrolyn Parkin- son, Cindy Fedchenko, Susan Duffing, Bobby Conway. Row 4: John Vincent, Tom Hazel, Mike Fisher, Carol Dees, Letty Sinn, Stephen Maynard, Barbara Winterlee, Gerald Cox. 'S Row 1: Joyce Clark, Gary Phillips, Stan- ley Paling, Linda Ford, Karen O'Toole, John Miller, Clarence Fox, Janice Lay- man. Row 22 David Belanger, Susan Benedict, Kathy Lehman, Gertrude Reed, Pamela Typer, Gregory Van Gilder,Rile5 Ferris, Donald Roush, Patty Munsey. Rov 3: Mrs. Kitchen, Patty Price, Maxine Crawford, Phyllis Cheshier, Vivan Hamil- ton, Linda Coleman, Roger McTaggart, Etta Faye Newell, Mary Patterson, Gary Loudan. Row 4: JoAnn Lakey, Diana Lawrence, Glenda Humphries, Sue Williamson, Edwin Durance, Billy White Douglas Colton, Cynthia Lloyd, Frank Mc- Kenzie. .62. X I., I- 'g 'fair' If , 55 ,ja Row 1: Diane Wooten, Dianna Pineo, Marcia Harrington. Bennie Babcock, Mary Montague, Howard Walters, Rob- ert McGeathy, David Gardner. Row 2: Paul Ferguson, Herbert Morris, Robert Darley, Earl Titmus, Joy Stinson, Lin- da Shaver, Jimie Lou Shanks, Susan Roth, Judy Azelton. Row 3: Mrs. Pettengill, Donald Milliron, Gregory Simmons, Michael Kenny, Gary Geb- hardt, William Hubbs, Thomas Kimball, James Musgrave, Peter Williams. Row 4: Allan McLean, Bernard Kline, Mark Webber, Thomas McGeathy, Linda Mc- Clain, Rita Girard, Kathy Clark, David v t--1--r-' Warren. 91 it , Nr Row 1: Steve White, Dale Barnhart, Mike Murphy, John Corcoran, Bobbie Gallup, Brenda Daniels, Dennis Riggs, Robert La Fleur. Row2: Dennis Garey, Noreen Boudreau, Pati Blake, Diane Potts, Diane Nelson, David Gil- bert, Kathy Robinson, Mike Boggs, James Carr. Row 3: Mrs. Calhoun, Rena Harris, Marcia Agle, Patricia Kaufman, Dorothy Loose, Elvin Mur- ray, Garrey Cheney, Tim Sorenson. Row 4: Carleton Moore, Dick Wheel- er, Mary Howes, Sandra Staple, Elaine Van Norman, Shirley Corcoran, Danny Sinn, Donald Hose, Ramon Hawley. 63- aan- V19 4'5- first grade Row 1: Tamrah Little, Michael McGillis, Jill Sweetin, Dennis Gill- ispie, Judy Head, John Raynor, Rita Gladden, Deborah Ellson. Row 2: Joseph Salavics, Kay Brannum, Ed- die Attinger, Glenn Wheelock, Paul George, Sandra Stanley, Charlene Pushman, Arden Worthing, Gay Ear- ly, Melanie Elliot. Row 3: Mrs. Huffman, Robert Cromwell, Brenda Mitchell, Gayle Ewald, Dawn Wright, James Freeman, Annalee Wilson, George Salavics, MaryJane Harcek. Row 42 Gary Springsteen, Darlene Dreuth, Donna Titus, Billy Darr- beeker, Russell Rapley, Richard Palmer, Ross Trouten,Judy Gunton, Marcia Serven. N-if fs kindergarten - p.m. class Row lt Vaughn Pinney, Valerie Pin- ney, Penny Waldrup, Bobby Dustin, San- dra Whitney, Gerald Zink, Paul Jolly, Rosamond Koon. Row 2: Marisue Noe, Lois Coleman, Mark Rowe, Stewart Hoffman, Dwight Cheshier, Bethany Harrington, Timmy McAuliffe, Kenneth Poulsen, Ronald Robinson. Row 3: Mrs. White, Diane McTaggart, Jose- phine Gavagan, Billy Talar, Michael Stanley, Johnny Ross, Barbara Brusha- ber, Michael Harrington. Row4: David Kasper, Stephen Howell, Tommey Greanya, Beverly Vargo, Jeanette Brown, Michael Deal. rf' ,L n 1' , ,pin QC kindergarten - c1.m. class Row 12 Barbara Gardner, Bobby Roth, John Roth, Michael Dion, Keitha Goward, Dennis Kern, Laurene Girard. Row 2: Loa D. Russell, Bonnie Hedrick, Vivien Regan, Ann Ridley, Debbie Carpenter, Roger Raynow, Charles Harburn. Row 3: Mrs. White, Sherrie Gifford, Twyla Beach, Lois Swartz, Gary Peck, Jerry Peck, Sherry Mclutosh. Row 42 ShirleyWray, Tommy Farney, Anthony Molnar, Paul Hubbard, Ralph Lakey, Gail Limron, Vicky Beach. Row 1: Carter Lupton, Stephen Cragg, Harvey Kingsbury, Ricky Donaldson, Nancy Allen, Deborah Wheelock, William Painter, Terry Racette. Row 2: Danny Bower, Paul Hagadorn, Dana Corbin, Reed Schro- der, Lou Ann Bellor, Catherine Seeley, Clare Durance, Nancy Clark. Row 3: Mrs. Broadworth, Richard Humphries, Brand Marshall, Bobby Wright, Lloyd Schroder, Bruce Brackrog, BarbaraHind, Joan Hasselback. Row 4: Carol Gas- parich, Marilyn Brookins, Bill Jerden, Danny Fox, Gary Stonebury, Carol Myers. -Db an 335. sf 'S 1 va jf ... has Row 12 Sandy Stadler, Christine Sautter, Teri Heyneman, Judy Gau- thier, Mary Toth, Arden Worthing, Donald Greaves, Jerry Fredell, Kathy Montague. Row 2: Mrs.Cal- houn, Robert Pritchard, Larry West- fall, David Freeman, Glen Edwards, John Ross, Robert Ford, Kenneth Boyd, Jerry Kimball. Row 32 Pam Thiel, Joe Reed, Charlene Fox, Tommy Rhorer, Jerry Miller, David Cromwell, Frances Pittman, Mike Gallagher, Bill Wilson, Dianne Rose. Row 4: Virginia White, Brenda Bois, Patti Miller, Kathy Callahan, Marsha Eggleston, Sharon Severn, Sherry Vantoll, Charlene O'Malley, Dennis Parkinson. an 40 kindergarten - p.m. class Row 1: Bruce Larkin, Bobby Chilcutt, Cheryl Wooten, Chris Lannin, .Toye Lloyd, Roger Gossett, Kathy Clark, Dick Diehl. Row 22 Stephanie Zacek, Margaret Shannon, Chris Piotrowski, Stephen Blood, Rosalie O'Hearn, Bar- bara Boehm, Dianne Haynes, Sue Kline, Dennis Hughes, David Palmer. Row 3: Mrs. Loose, Beth Ann Howe, Steven Kleiber, Tommy Swanson, La Donna Wilson, Susan Kivesh, Francesca Petri- moulx, Max McKay, Bobby Rice, John Murray. Row 42 Bobby Walter, Alan Uricek, Judy Marshall, Phillip Merrill, Pat Pahl, Phillip Murphy, Sandra Mc- Kenzie, Bruce Ferguson. .64- L Q 'L'-, 'T' EMM' ,., A - , 1'gV,,.x.,.,..h,mvHjM,v, .M A ' 1: L 9 i , :kr ,Q , , W JA .3-.I .4 ,:f..f:' jp. , . V , w, - gp. -V.-nf' ,. N, ,. WM K ' 'J' :9"?" f+':"'- ' A A ' ,A Q ' 'Q'-' ,JCM .,-w - f 'M I., W . A, 4,.1-wifi 'Z' N fn W- ' gf M M' ' A ' , I -ws ' Egfr -, - ag,-.fy .,,,f.gff1i , .f w X ' " , ', J- .'. ,MQW fy' - ,G+ "-'- 1- 1 ' ,J-Af' 'A - W, ,, G . I ,,,,-g:g11'.'fJ1l Aff .1 .bwrfwip ,n.'f5:'Yy 'f K"'.,. N w PROPOSED NEW MT. MORRIS HIGH SCHOOL nos-oggo MPUNT MORRIS HIGH SCHOOL If V1 UDUIFT MORRIS WCHQGAN , I OUR POPULAR PLAYGROUND DRIVER TRAINING CAR NEXT TO MOM'S WE LIKE THIS BES '1 S, 4' Q: I - 'L' .65. W My f A A Wsdglbgra h KWQQ? .213-'fvfe f cr ' 7347 I' Wigan wc? WJ F s ! D559 W D' f E kffifglfw QP vw MW L My mf, i . " 56" majf' Jmfi 3 A s WSQ Q T , ' C' A gk xy ' ' 4 , , Xffgq. My or l ,A q'- wx , L M fb EDITOR-IN-CHIE F Joan Kuhl SENIOR EDITOR Beth Ridley SPORTS EDITOR Hugo Brackrog morrisonian staff PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR Harriet Rogers CLASS EDITOR Carole Slosar ACTIVITIES EDITOR Deanna Randle FAC ULTY EDITOR Jean Troop Kathleen Knoodle GRADES EDITOR ART EDITOR Mary Howard Nancy Lytle CIRCULATION MANAGER ADVERTISING MANAGER John Culp Eddie Pyne business manager Bob Schneider staff members Ellen Robertson Dale R01iS0n Mary Miller Dorothy Griswold Leo Ross Mary Jo Allen editorial advisors Miss Caroline Middleton Mr. ByI'0n Reetz business advisor Mr. Emile Gosseaux .67. PIUCKWELKS HARDWARE Boydell Paints Hardware Supplies Sporting Goods and Licenses Fuel and Elevator Congratulation Class of "55" DIXIE DRUG co. J. Howard Moore .53. Congratulation Class of "55" CITIZENS COMMERCIAL 81 SAVINGS BANK Congra.tu1at1on Class of '55" BEN FRANKLIN STORE and MT. MURRIS DRY GODDS "At Your Service" Congratulation Class of "55" ROBINSON'S SHELL SERVICE Saginaw at Beach Phone NI 9-1111 Mt. Morris, Michigan David Brodorick Representative Wzyhing groflterd jewekrfi Class Rings Invitations Caps, Gowns Diplomas 70 Photographic Portraits May this photographic record of your school day friends always remain a source of pleasant memories. 525 Harrison St. Flint 3, Michigan Congratulations Class of '55 SUMMERFIELD CHEVROLET CO. G-7188 N. Saginaw Mt. Morris, Michigan Finest In New and Used Automobiles Judd Kettle A1 Grosch Tom Steele Dick Hurd Bill Heidebreicht, Mgr. .71. ? Compliments of Slottery's Pharmacy "The Rexall Store" Mt. Morris, Michigan Compliments of D. 8. R. SHOE STORE Footwear for the Entire Family" Mt. Morris , Michigan "on the corner by the light' MITCHELL'S Mt. Morris, Michigan open 7 days a week "For Better Homes Sz Hair See: !9ai'5 geaufy 34019 Mt. Morris, Michigan I- JOHNNIE SAYS: "Congratu1ation to Class of "55" iohnnie's City Service "at the traffic light" NI 9-9191 Mt. Morris, Michigan Compliments of Mt. Morris Plumbing and Heating Co. plumbing- -heating- -repairs Prompt Service 11009 North Saginaw NI 9-3811 Mt. Morris, Michigan MODERN MARKET KK Quality Groceries Sz Meats" Open Sundays Phone NI 3-3211 Compliments of Mt. Morris Lumber iii Supply Co. J. W. Murray--owner "Two Yards To Serve You" Genessee Mt. Morris NI 9-9531 NI 3-6311 -73- -1 Congratulation Rogers Elevator Co. r to the 8287 Vassar Road Class of '55 M, nmmouuus BUILDING omwma Everything to Build Anything 625 W. Second St. CE 2-2181 Flint, Michigan Sporting Goods MT. MORRIS APPLIANCE Congratulation to the Class of "55" Mt. Morris, Michigan 77Zcwt6a ?cmemZ Www Mt. Morris, Michigan Compliments of McDeremiH's Home Bakery Mt. Morris, Michigan .74- Compliments of WESTERN AUTO Mt. Morris, Michigan Compliments of DIXIE BOWL Family Recreation Mt. Morris, Michigan Compliments of "for all occasions" cut flowers ------ potted plants Genessee County Herald floral designs J4:-no!zJ'a jfowera Mt. Morris, Michigan NI 9-7601 Mt. Morris, Mich Congratulations to the Class of "55" C0mP1imentS Of PEG'S PANTRY Good Food---Home Cooking Home Made Pies Beacon Standard Service Complete Lubrication Pick- Up and Delivery Compliments of STUB 8. JEAN MOBILGAS SERVICE G7430 North Dort Hwy. Mt. Morris, Michigan Compliments of O'Briens Cleaners Mt. Morris, Michigan Raymond's Fence Co. Posts 28 different kinds of wire fertilizers, grass seeds, garden seeds 7011 North Saginaw NI 0-1551 Mt. Morris, Michigan D. MONTAGUE ELECTRIC Commercial---Residential Phone NI 3-4841 To The Class Of 55 Ernest J. Gooch Agency Congratulations General Insurance Lucille Allen ADIES PPAREI. Infants---Childrens 1045 Genesee Street 11821 N. Saginaw Mt. Morris, Michigan Ph. NI 9-0321 Mt. Morris Ph. NI 3-3171 Compliments of sem W sw. Mt. 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