Napoleon High School - Buccaneer Yearbook (Napoleon, MI)

 - Class of 1954

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J-a' I 1' 1 5 1 Seated Left to right: Carol Flint, Robert Jones, Margaret Hagaman, Shirley Maule, Eileen Hess, Joan Gier, Standing, Dick Lashley, Byron Antcliff, Howard Meeks, Jerry Hartley, Herb Howard, Duane Cowgill, Gregory Windle, Dean Fowler, 717105 EditOP-in-Chief -------------------------- ---- Margaret Hgwgman Mr. Humiston. 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HB H y Football, basketball, baseball, track, pirateer, annual. nThere lies a heap of deviltry beneath this mild exterior.N BYRON ANTCLIFF GORDON BERNSTEIN AEVERLY BLAKEMAN nBOVn Fo Ho Ao Jr' Play, nThose who want a dandy friend upon this lass can well depend. F1 nGordien F O Fo Ao NHe builds up an impression and then wo Donnie Chorus, F. H. A. Library. nOpportunity comes sooner or later to all who work and wish.n QUQQA 1L.7LHCER .4 - rks under it.n mms Q DONNA CLEMONS NDonnien F. H. A. Chorus, Library, nOn sea, on air, or land, always willing to lend a hand.n NCosgill' Football, bas- ketball, baseball, track, annual, pirateer, Student Council Pres., Pres. 2. nEenie, meenie, minie, moe, With a different girl I'll g0o DUANE COWGILL JACK DEAN nJacksonu Football, bas- ketball, baseball. nHe'a quiet, friendly, and sin- cere, of a better guy, you will never hear.N Carol F H A , Annual, 'She's quiet and sincere, she'll succeed in her car SSI' NANCY FTSH WSausagen F. H. A., Chorus, Bible Club, Library. nShe'S quite a dish this girl named Fish.n CARQL FLINT .4L. JOAN FISCHMEISTER nJoanien Pirateer, Chorus, F. H. A., Jr. Play, Cheer- leader. nMy sec- ret love's no sec- ret anymore.n 1l"N 'DeanieM Football, Basket- ball, baseball, track, Pir- ateer, Annual, Student Council, Pres. M. nWhen we are I get ideas. DEAN FOWLER JOAN GIER HMV MARGARET HAGAMAN nMagg1eN Student Council, Annual, Band. nNice and sweet and always neat.n nJerryn Football, Basket- ball, Track, Annual, Jr. nJoann Pirateer, Annual, Library, Student Council, Chorus, Jr. Play, Bible Club. HA dimple in a girl's cheek, makes a dent in a man's heart. Play, Treas. 2. nAnybody want to borrow my smile?n A A 1 I A V i Xtrr 'ig N "Q, .TV A BONNIE HANSARD Bonnien F. H. A.: Chorus. nQuiet and sincere at all times NL -A t of the year.n Gerald Hartley -.101 ball, Baseball, F. F. A. Student Council, Annual, NI only wish my name were Smith.' DALE HESELSCHWERDT nDalen Football, Basket- 3 EILEEN HESS nLeeneH Chorus, Cheerlead- er, Library, F. H. A., Pir- ateer, Annual, Sec'y Bkh, Treas. 1, Bible Club. NIT you have to guess, first ask Hess. nLorraineH nNo nonsense all horse sense.n JOY LYNNE HORSFALL nJoyn F. H. A., Jr. Play, Bible Club, Pirateer, Chorus. nThe heights are far for Miss D. A. R.n LOHHAINE JENSEN .41.. DAVID HUDSON HDaveH Student Coun- cil, Pirateer, Jr. Play MHollywood, here I come nDoloresH Cnorus, Manchester n e T come. DELORES JONES ROBERT JONES Hoobu Annual, Vice Fres., kirateer, Student Council, Junion Play, bible Club. Hl'll make itol Hill, my home on Cap- 439553 iQg?g5 DUANE LANTIS HDuanen F. F. A., Track, X-Country. nDon't be misled by his quiet look, the cover won't tell what's in the book.H y Dick Track, X-Country, Band, 5 Basketball, Treas., Jr. Play, Bible Club uqonest Dick N RQUWA an y RICHARD LINGARD .42.. RICHARD L1odLLY HDickn Football, base ball, Track, Basketball, Annual. nI'm a crackpot with no jackpot YI is nShirleyn Chorus, Jr. Play, F. H. A., Bible Club. nLife but a song.n SHIRLEY MANGUS RAYMOND MAULE SHIRLEY MAULE nNuggetH Chorus, Jr. Play, F. H. A., Bible Club, Student Council, Annual. nIt's so fool ish to try and think let's do something w all can do together.n WBoog1en Track, X-Country, Basketball. WF1ying high- in an airplane?N nPretzeln Chorus, Band F.H.A. USO much talk.n JANICE PATTON .43.. Q,sSHWwQK p,f lwsmvwdw, fhwf'u Sf' ggi , f, f , - ,V xy, I , S wi if ,iw ' .LH f f- r X ,WS ,, ,yfa X - ,, f as , , ,afar KQV ff P of P P as flu! KL 'I I A 'f' 37' , '5 C " Q' ff Z .X ' fi if f ,,,.' ' HOWARD MBEKS nHowdien X-Country, Basketball, Jr. Play, Bible Club, Pres. nHe has a heart as sound as a bell, and his tongue is the clapper MYRGN PbTERS Y nMyron' nLiberace only plays the p ano Chorus. I do everything X1 . - X MARY JO RAY NJOH Cheerleader, Pirateer, Jr. Play, F. H. A., Chorus, Bible Club. nwith lots of pep and lots of fun she's one who's liked by everyone.N 'mm"w.l JACQUELINE SMITH nJackieu Bible Club, Jr. Play, Chorus. NA little lady no bigger than a whisper.H nPee Ween Jr. Play, Chorus, Band, F. me honey-giisdggp U -Uloky 'IMS H. A. nJust call ffWV'iN -. JANICE THURMAN nJannieH Cheerleader, Fg H0 AO, F0 F0 Al, Chorus. nCome on team fightov' NANCY WARNER .44. NANCY NETHERBY nPeavine' Chorus, F. H. A., Cheerleader. nI'm just a country bumpkin.n 'Gregn Annual, Vice Pres. Student Council, Baseball, Bible Club. nGood things come in small packages.n MISSING Daniel Yother nDanN Jr. Play nFrom the mouthes of test tubes comes the future of the chemist. -15- GREGORY WINDLE has Ah, the class of l9Sh, a what of ten years hence? I theneoeeeI Wisheoooel wisheooo Suddenly I may as look who's coming d it's l96h and here I well look up Jeffery close knit group I admit, but wish I knew what we'd be doing QI WiSheooeoHey, what's this? am. Well, as long as I'm here gang. Well, for heaven sakes, own the street. It's Byron Antcllff the old ringing all our doorbells for taxes. Well, it certainly is good to see an old friend again. We talked about our high school days for awhile and he told me that Gordon Bernstein is teaching a driving training course at good old Napoleon High School. Not only that, but Beverly Blakeman is running a taxi service for males only. Strolling on down the street we came upon the dog kennel where Dean Fowler is raising his own hotdogs. How good it seems to talk about the class a gain. We thought of Donna Clemons who is hunting tigers in Africa, and of Donna of German mbusetraps hear Duane Cowgill is pick up a newspaper the tri-state marble t Clevenger, a New York wholesale buyer . Since he is a famous movie star, we really giving the starlets a line. I and see that Jack Dean, Ypsi coach of eam, has won a new Championship. I hear many of our classmates have found careers far away. Nancy Fish, for instance, is hair ribbon counselorf'or Es- kimos. Carol Flint took to the deep sea and is diving for crackers, and Dave Hudson is surf-riding in Flordia, posing for tooth paste ads. Dale Heselschwerdt is teaching the Mexicans how to raise thoroughbreds. Dick Lingard is trea- surer of the swimmers club in Iceland and Myron Peters is a famous New York, columnist., Dear me. how the kids have sca- ttered. Some of them are really famous, like: Robert Jones, who was recently elected Senator of the ant hills of Napole- on, Mary Jo Ray, who has just had a book on grasshoppers published, Dick Lashley, Jerry Lewis's understudy, recently ran him out of business and now has all his television shows and, Joy Lynne Horsfall, who was the recent queen of popcorn balls. Oh yes, we can't forget Joan Gier, who you can see, if you.just look up, flying the non-stop flight between the North Pole and the South Pole. Well we certainly do have a varity here in this class of 1955. Must be the teachers worked extra hard on this class! As you look over the roll book of inventions, you will see that the class of 'Sh also contributed their share to this. Duane Lantis has originat- ed a new method for pickling pigs' feet, while Howard Meeks has invented a non-glare watermelon cooning flashlight. Only two of the class went into professions, and that is Margaret Hagaman, who is clipping toenails in the State Pen- itentiary and Jerry Hartley, who is now mortician of the Hot Rodders Association. Gosh, oh gee ,I sure have missed these kids. Gracious sakes, I thumb through the log book at the airport and look what I find: Shirley Mangus flew to New York to sing in the Grand Opera fit is rumored that she lost her voice-poor soulb, Bonnie Hansard went to Flordia to hunt big game. My gosh-what's this? Must be some crazy flyer. Oh I see-it's Shirley Maule in her little plane mak- ing the sky as dangerous as she did the highways. And look at that would you-there's Ray Maule hanging on the tail .46.. still trying to get it greased. Must be he likes to work in the 'wide open spaces'. Well, 'bout time to eat. This looks like a nice place, guess I'll stop here. What-no food !!! Oh- I see, you have to walk through the hall of famous toenail marks before you come to the dinning room. Oh well, here goes. Hmm' Nancy Wetherby, says here'she sold her cackle to 'Suspense'. And look here, Jackie Smith is runn- ing a successful business of designing clothes for tall girl fashions. This toeprint belongs to Janice Thurman, seems she is co-owner of Jan's and Jim's restrauant in Manchester. This is a funny looking one hm' Greg Windle, says he is now manufacturing hair dye. Oh no-here's one we all expected, Nancy Warner is canning beetles in strawberry jam up at Yspi institution. And this one, never would have thought it of Eileen Hess. They say that she is now lecturing on how to successfully get away with murder. Well la de da, what a class, I'll bet those teachers sure were sorry to see us go. Well, gosh sakes, here I find I am at a country farm. I see that Lorraine Jenson is at her favorite pastime, picking and filling horses teeth. Hmm' see a poster advertising Dolores Jones's Hill-Billy Orchertra. And what's this--says that our boy Herb Howard is now raising little bees!!! Oh yes, see that person sitting on the ground over there, that- 's Joan Fischmeister, she's just sitting at home raising her nine man baseball team, called Don's Daredevils. Well gosh oh gee, here we are, the class of '5h, Take us or leave us we're still the same as ever. 176711 To fortune and fame and a brilliant success. Thanks to the training from dear N.H.S. Now we'll say farewell to the teachers we knew, Farewell to our friends, both the old and the new. And as we leave, we are asking you to Remember us as well as we'll remember you. We'll be leaving you soon--at the end of this year. And right now you'er so glad you could probably cheer But before you begin, let us tell you a story Of us as proud seniors in all of our glory. - ' tl f f When we came to the school As we trudged up the steps Our first bit of knowledge Of nDo unto others exactly house stric y or un. of the old brick school, was that famous old rule as you Would have those same others do unto you.N And, slowly, as we passed into each higher grade Old memories of child-hood seemed gradually to fade. So now we are seniors of the class of 'Sh And we each hold the key that will open the doon ...17.... Mary Jo Ray dw 9647! We the members of the class of l95U3 being and body, with out duress do hereby devise and bequeath the following. We declare this to be our last will and testa- ment and that it revokes and nullifies all wills heretofore made by us. of sound mind A liff l aves his witty remarks to Mr. Howland. Byron ntc e Gordon Bernstein leaves his reckless driving to Mr. McEvers. Beverly Blakeman leaves her good naturedness to Mr. Kingdon. Donna Clemons leaves her ability to get alongewith people to Mrso Robb. ' Donna Clevenger leaves her shyness to the Junior boys. Duane Cowgill leaves his girlfriends to David Lashley. Jack Dean leaves his basketball ability to John Sharp. Nancy Fish leaves her red hair to Mr. Jester. Joan Fischmeister leaves her pony tail to Don Greene. Carol Flint leaves her willingness to study to the Freshmen. Dean Fowler leaves his good looks to Kaye Phillips. Joan Gier leaves her sweetness to Anita Putman. Margaret Hagaman leaves her motherly ways to someone who wants to get married. Jerry Hartley leaves his love of basketball to Omer Thomann. Dale Heselschwerdt leaves his good marks to someone who takes harder subjects. Eileen Hess leaves her intelligence to Mr. Howland's English classes. Joy Horsfall leaves her queen's crown to Janet Fuller. David Hudson leaves the wave in his hair to Jeannette Watters Lorraine Jenson leaves her horsemanshipto the Ag Club. Delores Jones leaves her slenderness to Bob Hammond. Robert Jones leaves his political powers to Harvey Henning. Duane Lantis leaves his speedy driving to Mr. Snow. Dick Lashley leaves his wild ideas to Mr. Humiston. Dick Lingard leaves his cross country speed to Joe Figghmeister Shirley Mangus leaves her singing ability to the altog, Shirley Maule leaves her bottle of peroxide to Roberta Watts. Raymond Maule leaves his pencil and paper to someone who will do his assignments for him. Howard Meeks leaves his pocket watch to Mr. Jump so the bus will be in on time. Janice Patton leaves her nine dollar sweater to Barb Leath ?iTonH5?39ZSpgZag23.hiS amateur ability to someone who needs Mary JO Ray leaves peppy good humor to Marjorie Hawkins. gackie Smity leaves her shortness to Linda Slayton. O22 gg Egggmigrieaves her engagements to someone who'll make gancy Warner just leaves, thank heaven. ancy Wetherby leaves her duck tails to the ducks. Greg Windle leaves his quiet good behavior to Bob Walker, Dan Yothergleaves his abilit t istry to Jim Franklin. Y O learn and understand Chem- -18- hsx fdkztwy Nineteen hundred and forty one, while the rest of the world trembled with the fear of war, ten little kids trem- bled with the fear of their first day at school. This fear was soon eliminated by our understanding teacher, Mrs. Bow- man, whom we all liked. The class roll that year was Bever- ly Blakeman, Donna Clemons, Dean Fowler, Dale Heselschwerdt Eileen Hess, Herbert Howard, Howard Meeks, Mary Jo Ray, Jan- ice Thurman and Nancy Warner. Our roll remained the same for the next year. Also included was Shirley Mangus, who left. In the first grade Miss Froment was our teacher. It was in this year that we began to find out the meaning of school work, for we were now in grade school. Mrs. Scoville led us through the second grade and Shirley Mangus returned to our roll. Mrs. Scoville tried to teach us how to read and write and spell and believe it or not some of it sank in to our mischievious little brains. We spent our first year in the big building in the third grade. Mrs. Luce was our teacher and in the fourth grade it was Mrs. Lawrence. Nancy Fish joined us that year. Ah, could we forget the fifth grade? Just in case, I have a few reminders. To start of the year with a bang , five were added to our roll. Namely, Duane Cowgill, Jack Dean, Robert Jones, Raymond Maule, and Shirley Maule. To be gin with, remember the boy who did not want to get a spank- ing or the times we set the clock ahead so the time we had to stay in at recess would be less? We never will forget the embarassing incident that happened to our teacher while reading us a story. It was the misfortune of Miss Kebler to be our teacher. To climai. that year, on the last day of school, the teacher found glue on her chair, after spotting her new suit. The sixth grade divided our class into two groups and added three pupils, who were Joan Fischmeister, Carol Flint, and Bonnie Hansard. Mrs. Foster was the respected and liked teacher of one group and Mrs. Hardcastle was the understand- ing and liked teacher of the other group. The seventh grade found us passing classes, not knowing where to go next. Four newcomers were added--David Hudson, Delores Jones, Richard Lingard, and Gregory Windle. Our class advisers were Mrs. Osterle and Mrs. Van Lohen, who ree mained to advise us next year along with Mr. Jump. That year went along about the same as the others after adding Gordon Bernstein. Duane Lantis. and Janice Patton. Ch, Boy!! High School here we are! We entered a candi- date for Carnival Queen and came in second place. This was our first year for class parties and money making projects. We had a roller skating party for pleasure and a successful dance for money making. Eight newcomers, namely, Byron Ant- cliff, Donna Clevenger, Joan Gier, Jerry Hartley, Joy Lynne Horsfall, Lorraine Jensen, Richard Lashley and Nancy WSLHGT- by joined up with us while Mrs. Robb and Mr. Rupple acted as our advisers. Mr. Queen and Mp. Grimes advised us in our Sophomore year and Jackie Smith joined our merry group. Joan Gier was ...l9- our candidate for Carnival Queen but we were defeated. We all remember fun raised in our Biology class. The Junior play, yes, that was our big project for the Junior Year. Mrs. Andrews was our play director and Mr. Grimes was our class adviser. To make our roll complete Margaret Hagaman, Myron Peters, and Daniel Yother were ad- ded. Jackie Smith was our candidate for Homecoming Queen as we did not have a Carnival Queen, but again we lost as we had two other years. We had quite a time deciding what ring to buy but when we did decide we w,re all well satisfied. The Junior-Senior Banquet was a big success and everyone had a good time. At last we come to this year which is our year, for this is l9Sh and we are the Senior class. Thirteen long years since we entered good ole Napoleon School for the climb upward and now, we are on the last lap. Mr. Jump is our adviser during this last year of our high school days. Our candidate for Harvest Queen, Joy Lynne Horsfall, won and that made us all very happy. We have our trip planned to go to Washington and then on to New York City. Chosen as the best dressed of our class were Eileen Hess and Dale Heselschwerdt. Then to go along with their well dressed look we have Joan Gier and Dean Fowler, our best looking pair. Nancy Warner is trying to draw the at- tention of t e class with one of her acts w ile Dick Lashley draws attention in more of a comedians way, but this is perfectly normal for they are the class pests. While this confusion is going on Carol Flint and Howard Meeks are try- ing to study, being the most studious ones. Margaret Haga- man, Editor-in-chief of the Annual and Robert Jones, Chair- man of the Ways and Means Committee are the ones most likely to succeed in life. A wink in one direction or a smile in the other and maybe a whistle now is the action you see from the class flirts, Nancy Wetherby and Duane Cowgill. Janice Thurman leads the cheering while Dean Fowler plays a hard game for they are our class athletes. Even in our Senior year we have our applepolishers, Nancy Warner and Dick Lash- ey. Janice Patton and Dick Lashley are talking continuous- ly about nothing for they are the most talkative pair of our clgss witg iBSverly Blakeman and Jack Dean as the two best a aroun n ividuals. Now, as we look in the distant fu- ture, we see Mar Jo Ra and Ra ond M ' doubt live the loggest. Y ym aule fc? they Wlll no We are all looking forward to aduati receive our diplomas, but let notggur progiesghigagg S2321 get us progress to be better citizen's in a better world of omorrow. 1201 lljagefliftorian 5 O Y 5M'Q H 0 mm xsflglfqforlh ...21... ll A M A N 071015 'in S. C: i. SQ s N, 4 V. i 'i ,D Ve- ga ff ' 'I' f - wifi? f ff' 'e V. x If . ' I r " Y' .7 . ,.,M -'E -1 " ff T5 ' in ., K . -- , X . I . Us . , . aruba! x5 Sue Addison - if - there's anything to say, I'll say 31 Dorothy Ahrens - A I' fp ,X it- little girl with ,, Q ' spirit enough for K,q P all. ., Gerald Brown - A farmer's son who y hoes for fun' Gloria Dunham - y4Fy This little girl nay, we do not know gk Q74 about herself or , her beau. q Sl Nl, r Jackie Fischmelster Is it love or in- fatuation? Janice Fox - Smiling 3. face and twinkling ZA w eyes, you cannot dk Luc pass her by. V 'gy "FGA-.X' 'vii Jim Franklin - A man of mightg at least he might someday. ' J ,N N QE? Janet Fuller - Small, W 1Z2,Q7 smart, and smiling. 'gg Luis' iz Pg' M, J, David Galardi - Quiet and shy, but can't be passed by. Helen Giersbach - Live ' v H qgvt to love and you will QQ A love to live. V1 Qt Don Greene - Whenever 'f X there's trouble around W yyr, Sage the questions not who 4' did it but where's Don? fr., J 3!',' J Beth Haller - Her eyes are blue, they leave an enchantment upon youu Bob Hammond - If excess weight were my ambition gy Q I would have reached my by peak- ' 5 Q.. vgykmgggaa Larry Hartley - Oh, why may fhhha if 2W?2gy3f should life be all labor. are QQQ kfyh ig Harvey Henning - Athletics are his chief concern. I I , - " ful mixture of shyness ? ' ff Wi , fa ..:1, ,w Z, , W W, f : icfiw 'ff X f f if I f f Y X 1 Cf 4 J M X KN N Duane Iverson - A gentle spirit makes a gentleman. f K 4 f f Q W , A- Q f f f W X f 7, 4 X f 1 1 2 f ,J A '? f Z 7 A f 5 1 , K f v 4 'Haag ,V Barb Leath - What a disappointment it must be not to be able to talk. W f I f JN 1 1 fi Li' 'A'-'f X ff 4 X y, ,aw S X 6,1 N N ,L T ,, fi X mi Wanda Paciorek - To know her is to like her. forever we ' A ff ffm? f A 4 P . X if 5, ' e ' 'AIM Q 2 , S, x . f , r X0 , ,I 20 ' ' -, 'Z fx ,, f, , lifygv 0 Don Hoyt A delight if I I ,ff'-y4y be and mischief. yxveg 7 John Lamais - He A doesn't do much, JM,f heyy, but what he does fig: Xhayg he does well. Carolyn Miller - She likes them short, she likes them tall, you know, I know she likes them all. Kaye Phillips - I talk and talk 'til I go to bed and then I talk in my sleep. Anita Putman - Steady ,M she was, steady she s is, steady she'll be f Y 35 Y 'I 2 K he' Paul Randolph - I am Vf but to be led for I cannot stand alone. ..25- , .. ,M . Ks? 'Af ,, cz- was .if Margaret Ray - She is not to be mislead by her quiet ways. N L, ff , F Glenn Reuther - He will ww .'UP go far, just him and ' his car. Beverly Robertson - Who knows what lies beneath her innocent expression. Joan Rosynek - heart is wax, mold- ed as he pleases. Mary Lynne Russell - She looks quite safe, but so does dynamite. Jackie Schlee - From laughter does she ne'er refrain. Larry Sellers - When I'm late to school, x 'you know, that means to fewer classes I'1l have to go. Linda Slayton - She's as sweet as a girl can safely be. Jerry Ulrich - Like zipper, he has his ups and downs. AS, 5' Bonnie van Akin - Be John Sharp - The fairies are some- times without a wand, but you'll never find me without my baton. Alice Smith - gi gle, giggle as 3 I g0o silent, silence never betrays you. ..26.. My N Z W yr fvjyf 'Z dmfif gfgkwwfy Jeanette Watters - X Give me a chance d and I'll show you. as d Marilou Wendt - The gy QQ7 ? angels were painted v f n to look like you. A ? Dorothy White - Still water runs deep. H Carol Wingate - Here an is a gal with galore, what she do if she anymore? brains 5 'v 'elf would Mvfsagev had R5 Pictures Missing: Donna Foster - What no boys in heaven? Then just leave me h6l"6o 'QRX2 Q , V, , 1,6 .fvff V. Xi W iv x 1, X Yp'faf fi ff Bob get but bed Johns - It's nice to up in the morning, it's nicer to lie in Jerry Thompson - Reverse is the quickest way to move ahead. Herb Howard - Did someone say hurry? ' 1 . , . 1 Z "- , s I , sim gl rgiqfhi, fi'lii'y5e5'l , IL' ii? V' .ff glbff' . a,'. QQ' Q Xg Q fl' Q fi: 5 ..27- Hey, you lower classmenl Roll out that carpet and bow low! The junior class is on its way! Every morning at 8:55 each Jolly Junior jumps off of his rickety school bus and dashes eagerly to the doors of Napoleon High School, where the ivy crawls up the walls on the out-side and teachers on the inside. After tossing their lunches into junk-laden lockers, the jolly juniors go off like a herd of turtles, to meet the rest of their pals. Up in room 301 the racket giv- en off by Ml noisy boys and girls sounds like the second out break of the Revolutionary War. Expecially when the most popular kids, Gladys Ekleberry and Gerald Brown arrive. Shouts of "Hi, Gladys," "Where ya been, Brown?" fill the air. Finally after pounding his ruler on the desk lOh times Mr. Snow succeeds in quieting the class. "This period, " he says, "is meant for study." Ne one takes his advice of course, except those two studious bookworms, Carol Win- gate and Don Hoyt. They're so engrossed in their studies of 'The Ravenn that they don't even hear the bell. Their marks show it too. After 3 long hours of nerve-wracking classes, noon hour finally arrives. Oh, NO!!! Hide your lunches, everyone. Those two class pests, Alice Smith and Don Greene are on the loose again. What's this? Sounds like a machine gun is near at hand. Whoops-sorry-its just those talkative characters, Barbara Leath and Paul Randolph trying to outdo each other. Hey, what are all those kids doing outside the door? Oh, they're waiting for the most likely to succeed, Dorothy Ahrens and Jerry Ulrich, to sign their autograph books. Nothing like getting famous signatures ahead of time is there? Grab your manners everyone. Jackie Fischmeister and John Sharp, those very dignified juniors, are headin this way. Drool, Kexcuse me while I pick up my eyeballs? that handsome hunk of humanity, Gerald Brown, just shuffled by. Girls, grab hold o' your man. That gorgeous Marilou Wendt is strolling down the hall. Those best dressed up to the minute fashion kids, Mary Lynne Russell and John Sharp are asking the most sincere Beth Haller and Glen Ruther their opinions on the latest styles. Don Hoyt and Jackie Scoville are improving their athletic abilities by following the Charles Atlas body-building course on "How to Improve your Muscles in 10 Days.' Those most original kids, Beverly Robertson and John Lantis are busily painting zebra stripes on black cats. Clap hands for the two kids who keep every- one happy. Sue Addison and Duane Iverson the most all- round Juniors. Make room for Duane Iverson and Beth Haller. Give a cheer to that darlin' Janet Fuller who was the Junior Candidate for Carnival Queen. And last but not least, don't ever forget those very talented prize winning actors and ac- tresses that starred in the Junior play. C'mon band, strike up a peppy tune, to hail the nJolly Junior Class of 'Sh. . X. . dm'Mh 'Mare' ga Mijn? N493 N 4 .Qg. v- aff' W ' Lgahfamewx Jean benjamin 'asa I' I ' 1, 'N?'A'7" Q,-1 4 A. 1 James Cornell 2 "W Foster James Pm ey 1 T ' .Q Lorinda Bliesath Ruth Burman Edward Eley Peter Gamble Garnet Grow V -S 3 A-.rr V . Arlen Burk 3 4 3 , 1 5 5 3 G,,G Barbara Fischmeister Michael Fish l W I F3 Jack Godfrey I B18 ie Haller l ' -wav' . 4 S..,,X I xx' 'TT I mvafl QL Mapjgpie Hawking Robert Heckaman Marian Iverson fl...- Charlotte Goodband X m Marilyn Harris 5 'an wg J 7 ' f. .. 1 W, Q., Juv WQ5kg, -Zenffu JE " I-1, . U12 F 2 441- Harvey James David Lashley Donald Johnson Richard Jones Donna Knapp 'Lois Layman , , ,XM f asa wi' Paul Marquedant Wiiff , S' Z '47 f,,, , V W 4 3 W f 4 ., Q M i? . .M X ' CHP ' R ,R wu,wy NNW o , W f N i 'N,.."' ' yf ,: f fig f' ,, ' sri? sw 0 I U Melvin Pruden N, 7f0WA5f1"Z,r ,- 434 f'f f,, f ff f . 5' hwy, 4 255 I Z .450 ff! ar ssazz, aah 5 Z" f y! "W A . ' f 'L ff " Y ff ,ff sf t R ff rf , 2 Lf , QXJK , , , M A , ff 'Z 0 W4 ff?-1 aff MS fwfut Robert Lewis Jackie Mackenzie Margaret Mahrle ftff"7W f'S, I was ftssft ff 4 1 120, . fy! QQfZ ff ., ,t , t t if if m ,, .Q 5-3' nt, V f, ZQQWKKZQQQQ ,nQWy2?ffwfW 27WQWxfLW7s2s Billie Jo Nortley . ,- My , . .cf 1' .Samsu- f , K! , ff. . tm :z4wf,M,','3,,3t- , ,. wig :QNX X fgssQawQQSs Ss 3 awswwf r, "1- . ff if N"' f f' WQMw3assf eeee vi! L NT N X Q Nnnn L., .t-mp. ,X tw: , sr-.f - - t. Danny Ray cs , was -mr, s if' 21 ff RSZVHY- WU fl 0 ' 5' 1 fp -7 vga!! ,V ff - fwff 77? " ', Z cy Quik? f W- . X, , W Q ,, ,, S '4 ,, s 'f f ,A Q 4 f . ,1 eff 'gnfw' , . m f ff SRM .f I, - f f ' at 7 ,. fic s 57 7 ' 1 .I ,214 5 5 ,U - Zm,M,, sqyyitf S Q, . ,M 3 , W N f 5 f, 5 . -M3 5 ,gg , A 7 zfiifa. 'warm Carol Richardson Larry Richardson -3 De lbert Parkinson Jeanette Ray Kathy Soule 1... Betty Pittman Douglas Reed Wt 1 ' , "nm D 7 X U , , iff, ,, M12 f fr Jackie Terhune A' -x .: ,-f T ez ff, sk R -e-P' ' 4- is ' - v , J f , O54 T i L-ey 'uk.,' vcr gk 1.. ix Omer' Thomann RObGI't Walker Ronnie Warner Charles Watters 4 t 5 YQ ff f-' ' Z QT-Q Mex , ,,,,.' f ' 1 I A V L I L f A H Jane Watts, Roberta Watts Sharon Welch Mablgyyilkie The Sophomores returned to school in September in high spirits. They kept their spirits up by increasing their treasury with money made by selling hot dogs at the homo basketball games, a scrap drive, dances and selling pen- cils. They were also very successful in the athletic field witn thirteen out for football, one on varsity basketball and contributing their share in reserve basketball. To look at the educational side of the nSophs,n they turn out to be quite a lively bunch. The two class pests, Jack Godfrey and Garnet Grow keep the teachers quite busy with questions of all kinds. Of course, if a question con- cerning the subject accidentally slips in, everyone begins to wonders to wonder. Then, when David Lashley starts playing winkum with the.girls, trying desperately to out do Elsie Haller when she starts fluttering her long, dark eyelashes and flashing a bright smile, there is sure to be some excite- ment about who is going to win this race! Aren't they big flirts thougg?. They then ask most sincere Richard Fostgr and Lorlnda llseth who won. what could have caught t e boys attention now? Oh, Mary Joan Leigh just strolled in. Gee, she's cute. UM-m here comes that handsome hunk of hu- manity, Larry Richardson. Now, girls, you might give him a superiority complex with all that swooning. In the mids a superiority complex with all that swooning. In the midst of those groups you see Waneta Carroll and Doug Reed the most popular kids. Of course no class is complete without those two bookworms. Omer Thoman and Roberta Watts. There's Jane Watts wearing one of her many clever outfits. bhe and Junior James, with his flashy shirts certainly live up to their title of best dressed. Stopping in one of the class rooms you might have heard Robert Walker and Donna Knapp talking away, for it's evident they're the most talkative. Then, too, teachers pets David Lashley and Margaret Mahrle are trying their best to be perfect angels. Leading the 132.- class in a discussion is Doug Reed, the most likely to suc- ceed, while Jackie Terhune's neat papers show she'll get along in any profession. Everybody give a big cheer for Larry Richardson and Jackie MacKenzie, who remain our Best All Around kids throughout the year. Say, girls, if you want any new ideas on color schemes ask Waneta Carroll. She's got a headful of original ideas, and so has Junior James. Just arriying now with their dignified airs are Sharon Welch and Mike Fish. Leading the list are our ath- letes Arlen Burk who is superb in sports and Margaret Mahr- le, a real snappy cheerleader. Donna Knapp and Sharon Welch also represent us on the squad. Give a big hand to our Class Officers, who are Arlen Burk, Marg Mahrle, Ron Warner, and Doug Reed along with our Student Council representatives Donna Knapp, MBPS Mahrles and Bob Walker. Also, let's not forget those two adV1S0F5 Mr. Queen and Mrs. Babb. Pretty Sharon Sipel lent Soph- more beauty to the Carnival Queen's court at Hallowe'en. Well, the nSophsn have had their moments, good and bad happy and sad, but they will remember this year---you can count on that. ..33. E' M r ' vw WW, We HAL MESS 5 ei b Xb 9 V . Q 9 -34- cQ.":-1 41 A Hn' B+ ll H s G fQ!w A . -..QP 1 N 'Hx ' x IL fu' '-: 4' fn. W- ,fQ y. f" GN , ' if: aff WJ, , Ekfj 1, f 4 ff fp I Vg -1 a J' ffl '.-' 'V' 7' 2 1 eh' ,F ,f' f' . ,, , mm,, 1 1 ,:.4 5' H f I ,W .-35-- 655772671 E A 2- , ,K f: x Loyadell Adkins fi. gi? Is 'yr if' 1 'E Judy Bloemker it 1 Q L f x of Aye W ln, Q v A Duane Brooks . K,-un.. d5f 1 4 ""1,, George Burns A 13 IQ? LQQ Douglas Campbell -gh Beverly Aiken Kenneth Bostedor I -Q 19 E ue- as y 'SS L 1 Anita Brower Q Al Q, 49 'Mary Mary Burr v 2 'w- -x 5-Q ff? Judy DeBute -3 1 W' U A M29 An.n A ' BiiXig?x'x Glenna Baker - we A 'ia A 1- Janet Bouldrey N - N 1' - Ti fx ',GK.f4 'H hz Ilia Carol Brown 1 f 32 ? In A Raw gall. Diane Carpenter F I ' cr Joe Fischmeister 61 'Mix Marjorie Basom Charles Brashares Nelson Brown T A N7 if AfiLBXWwwj AB AWA 1 B Nancy Carrie Jennie Fouty 17 f gf f off? Sf 64- f ,,2 W f X O nf f ff he ,I 330 Q, SW , S? 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' v wya,4a2z, 2, X " 1 , 5 ,f, f 5 M1 ' ,Q f ,. ,K N A s K X , 5 4 .-+ . 4 .. . .,. Richard Ray .-37... 43 amille Harris Betty Hinkle Richard Knight W , , 2 1 :fr A 1 f ,ff 9 I Z , 1 ,W 4107, , If , Wai, f -c h W Zz? V 1 H 57 AM 5 , 4 f ,w , 32 Fern Mault Keith Reed, .XE 'wr Mary Lou Rutan f .. , ' fs Pat Thomas :L'A 9465 M i' 5 2753, ' Gerald Vincent Judy Sohenck in am aw E x1-,D Patricia Schlee Mint Q M 3 as f Y he Yf T to L ,.- X "ZW 'W N ex, -l - Sunnie Thomas Roy Thompson Robert Smith Rita Upham 'Qi QP Patzi Wilkie Joyce Yother Jack Leath 8. It's Friday night at the N. H. S. Basketball game--the score is tied--everyone is yelling as loud as they can, but, you can still hear those two most talkative Freshmen, Joe Fischmeister and Sunnie Thomas over the crowd. The two big- gest flirts, Jack Leath and Loyadell Adkins are too busy flirting to even notice thetscore. Then, the two most stud- ious, Rita Upham and Doug Campbell are searching frantically for something to read since they find the game rather boring but when they try to read, those two big pests, Joe Fisch- meister and Mary Alice Burr just won't leave them alone. The two most likely to succeed, Dick Ray and Rita Upham are trying to get the facts. Everyone is admiring the two best dressed, Keith Reed and Alice Furkey, and the two best look- ing, Bob Smith and Peggy Leeke. Meanwhile everyone is crowd ing,around our most popular kids, Ken Bostedor and Peg LGHKG at the same time the teachers pets, Judy Garwood and George Burns are crowding around the teachers. The most dignified, Dick Knight and Alice Furkey are trying to keep their dig- nity while the most original, Robert Leach and Virginia Hen- derson are trying hard to think up something of their own to do. It seems everyone is getting compliments from those two most sincere, Duane Brooks and Judy DeBute, especially the best all around, Ken Bostedor and Ginger Hemry who are sell- ing refreshments because they are always willing to help out anytime. And of course the two best athletes, Ken Bostedor and Pat Thomas are there. Last, but not least, give a hand to two grand advisors, Mr. Goodrich and Mr. Humiston ..39... M may , .4, .1' ,W H 4 'S' fa, K 1 43 Q K U Af: lib. N 4' ' ' fi 4 .W , 35 E5 Az I V' U I 'fl 1 env 951 ffl w -J W - W xl 'W R -40. 7: 'H ,elk M 'fl gzyffzl Q :MQ First Row Left to Right! Patty 'Jentzen, Marlene Wingate, Kathleen Pruden, Ida Kenroy, Mary Martin, Candyce Williams, Sue English, Marilyn Flint, Margaret Boyden, Bonnie Wright, Joan Coffey, Joan Carrie, Rita Walsh, Marilyn Clifton, Livonna Bowen, Second Row, Mr. Heim, Mary Ramey, Arlene Schlee, Virginia Clemons, Geraldine Thompkins, Doris Hotch- kiss, Martha Hurford, Carmen Hawley, Nancy Whitlock, Bertha Gause, Shirley Upham, Josephine Wilkie, Geraldine Tucker, Doris Hartman, Beverly Hinkle, Illenne Rodlund, Betty Ross, Mrs. Van Lohen, Third Row, Norman Harris, Dale Taylor, Robert Babcock, Kieth Harris, Michael Stahl, Ernest Gamble, Robert Ghaffin, Arthur Dove, Phillip Foster, David Lam- bright, Roger Copsey, Larry Murphy, Richard Dean, Fourth Row, Fred Gutchess, Dale Blakeman, Alfred Weesner, Jerry Sweeney, Kieth Fransted, Ernest Adams, Marvin Schrumpf, Richard Sautter, Tom Cornell, Jerry Gier, Junior Warner, Steve Pearse, Fifth Rowg Paul Hamblin, Carl Wyckoff, Doren Eley, Martin Hyde, Charles Beltz, Delbert Enyart, Lyle Pittman, Claude Gause, Don Working, David Heckaman, Gary Dresselhouse, Larry Hanley, Don Smith, Fred Wendt, Absentg LeRoy Arntz, Robert Davis, William Goodband, Dorrece Hart- man, Dennis Ray, Richard Ryines, Richard Rosynek, Joan Sellers, --42- ,lil agezfefzfl gms? First Row: Janet Thomann, Jean Ann Herzberg, Roberta Gyurko- vitz, Marjorie Bush, Maris Bliesath, Charlene Miller, Phyll- is Michols, Darlene Miller, Sally Jentzen, Brenda Donohoe, Sandra Fischmeister, Virginia Schuster, Judy Rosynek, Jane Benjaman,, Second Rowg Mr. Howland, Donna Pittman, Martha Enyart, Margaret Brashares, Sandra Schiver, Jane DeBute, Joan Schenck, Jane Ross, Gladys Smith, Carolyn Carpenter, Elizabeth Leach, Norma Schlee, Janet Maule, Ruth Ann Jester, Shirley Lewis, Violet Rodland, Miss Jones, Third Rowg Robert Nall, Douglas Dailey, Bill Burman, Bradley Harris, Kenneth Wallace, Marlon Divine, June Ross, Sandra Cox, Norman Chmielewski, Billy Reed, Fred McG-onegal, Gilbert, Giles, Fourth Row, Walter Fox, Eddie Roark, Stewart Richard son, Danny Babcock, Richard Charles, Jim deckeman, Leon Pittman, Richard Hurlbert, John Randolph, Robert James, Rober Brooks, Fifth Rowg Richard Gamble, Jimmy Adkins, Dale Charles, Howard Hallman, Bobby Ray, Alfred Leeke, Russel Lieurance, Everett Persing, Melvin Surbrook, Clare Eley, Robert Garwood, Gary Serianni, Missing: James Dean, Roger Horton, Larry Johnson, Robert Ray, Marsha Ratcliff, Janet Thoman. ..gp. 1 Hgbom Squad XXX O'v be H Cglop Only the warden was changed to protect the innocent! 5th -44- .Avenue ,fG?' chan3e1 3 N.Y First Row left to right: Dick Ray, Jack Leath, Duane Brooks, Dick Lashley, Dean Fowler, Dale Heselschwerdt, David Lashley, Ronnie Warner, Nelson Brown, Keith Reed, Mr. Goodrich, Second Row: Harvey James, Kenny Bostedor, Harvey Kimball, Don Hoyt, Robert Walker, Delbert Parkinson, Gerald Brown, Duane Iverson Joe Fischmeister, Robert Lewis, Third Row: Jack Dean, Duane Cowgill, Byron Antcliff, Arlen Burk, Doug Reed, Bob Leach, R b t H o er ammond, Don Greene. dwfdff Napoleon's baseball team, which lost the County Champion ship last spring to Concord because we were rained out of one game, will be hard hit to find replacements for the four year battery of Ken Harris and Herb Flint. They will also miss Phil Richardson, Harold Burk and Bob Burnham after winding up last season with a 7-2 record. Harris pitched one no hit game and struck out one hundred mea. Herb Flint was the var- sity catcher for four years. D This year's schedule is a new one ocing used for the first time. On the eleven team County League the first eight teams must be played, rain or shine. This will prevent last year's confusion, as in the past rained out games were not made up with the result that various teams played a diff- erent number of league games. GUTD LUCK BOYS! .hyp- Having graduated our entire nfirst fiveu boys, and in fact, our first seven counting one on age, we're in the pro- cess of rebuilding. We've rebuilt enough at this setting, to be contenders for that second position in the county race. Actually, the boys playing this years ball games were competing in scrimmages and practice-sessions against one of the finest class UCn teams in the state and in Napoleon bas- ketball history, so, the rebuilding job wasn't as big as one might think. Some of those basketball skills were bound to rub eff on a few of the boys. Competition on the club has been 'keener than keengn with very little difference in abi- lity represented in the first thirteen boys of a sixteen man squad. We definitely lacked a big boy, our height being but six one. Running up against eight of eleven clubs thus far, employing one or two men six three or better, proved to be quite a problem at times. This department looks better for our future, with some heighth, desire and determination com- ina.UP. At the moment we stand ten of sixteen overall, and eight-two in county competition--good enough for a second place rating in both departments for the county. In county competition, we were soundly tromped by the county champion East Jackson, and lost to Grass Lake in a toss-up by a point We're anxiously awaiting the tournaments and an opportunity to avenge the twenty-one and twenty-two point defeats at the hands of East Jackson. We have a club capable of winning any ball game! Chief weaknesses have been defense and rebounding, with a touch of laziness here and there. Boys lost through graduation and who will be sorely missed next season follow: . Antcliff, Byron Cowgill, Duane Dean, ack cFowler. Dean Heselschwerdt, Dale asizffai will . , Xlf V X .-4-7- First Row: Dale Heselschrerdt, Dean Fowler, Don Hoyt, Harvey Henning, Arlen Burk, Byron Antoliff, Bob Ham ond, Keith Harris, Second Row: Fred Gutchess, Gerald Brown, Johnny Lantie, Dick Lashley, Duane Iverson, E. Queen, Coach, Herb Howard, Duane Cowgill, Ray Maule, Don Greene. mmf? Napoleon ----------------- 53- 9 ----- Napoleon ----------------- 51- 7 --------------- Napoleon- ---------------.60- 2 --------.------ Napoleon ----------------- ML- 5 ----- Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon ----------------- 3- .----- qqmqqp- -gn Q 29 4 6h Napoleon Napoleon -----------------u1- ----------------- -M 55 N-L2 ----Cement City ---Spring Arbor Vandercook Lake ---East Jackson -Michi an Center ----- --------------grass Lake ------------------erooklyn ---- ---- - ------ -Hanover-Horton - - ------------ Fowler -----------------Parma Napole on ---- ------ - --, -6. -- -------------- East Jackson Napoleon ---- ------------ MS-L6 ------ -------- Michigan Center Napoleon ----------- ----- M3-3M -------------------- Springport Napoleon -------- ------ 55-E2 ---------------------- Brooklyn Napoleon ------- ------ 47- 2 ----------------------- Concord Napoleon ---- ---- M6-53--- ---------- Grass Lake --48- Seated left to right: Dick Ray, Nelson Brown, Ronnie Warner Harvey James, Duane Brooks, Jack Leath, Jim Cornell, Keith Reed, Second Row left to right: Keith Harris, Joe Fisch- meister, Delbert Parkinson, Kenneth Bostedor, Robert Walker, Douglas Reed, Michael Fish, Paul Gormley, Larry Richardson, Bob Leach, Harvey Kimball, Danny Ray, Melvin Pruden, Mr. Goodrich. 2564025 Living up to last year's reserve record is the main objective of this year's reserve team. This is quite an accomplishment when you stop to think that we lost six of our players leaving only two returning with any experience. This year's hopefuls include sophomores Mike Fish, Jack God- frey, Robert Walker, and Jim Gormley and freshmen Jack Leath and Ken Bostedor. Considering that about half of the teams the Napoleon reserves will meet are composed partly of Juniors and Se- niors they will have a tough year ahead of them. All in all they will be out to keep up the previous year's good record. ...49.. In our 2nd year in the Jackson County Football race, and our 3rd at the game of football, we tied with Grass Lake for a 3rd place finish. Although losing the core of our '52 '53 squad, which had tied for 3rd place in the county and along with which went most of our size, we managed,a M-L sea son record. Such former standouts as Ken Henning, Bob Burn- ham, Harold Burk, Bob Ahrens, Jerry Hartley, Kim Ritter, Ed Whitehead, Ed Hess, Ken Harris, and Herb Flint were sorely missed. Co-captains were elected at the beginning of the season to represent the squad--2 hard working senior boys, Duane Cowgill and Dean Fowler, were so honored. We started the season with a bang, trimming rival Brook lyn 18-6. Illness and injuries plagued us in our next en- counter with the eventual co-champ, Michigan Center, and we lost 27-6. Parma deserved their lh-7 win against us, as we evidently were thinking of swimming on that hot, dry, 80 de- gree November afternoon. We were primed for Vandercook, and pumped 18 points down them the lst half, while holding them from our goaline, and continued to cap the contest 18-13 It was strictly "no-ballgame" against Springport, who was missing several of its supposed stars due to disciplinary measures,. and we won as we pleased 32-O, with everyone en- tering the game. At Concord, we won everything but the final point tabulation, ran all over the field, but simply were unable to get the ball across the goal line, and lost 12-7. We pounded East Jackson, one of the co-champs, 32- 13. It was a season in itself--enough said, however. We had clinched at least a 3rd place tie, could rise no higher, igdowere down for the.season final at Grass Lake, and lost We were honored at the conclusion of the season by hav- ing one of our co-captains, Duane Cowgill, honored by being selected on the all-county team for the 2nd year in a row. In addition, the following boys were given honorable men- tion: Harvey Henning, Dale Heselschwerdt, and Arlen Burk. To sum it all up, we had an enjoyable and successful season from every angle, and will sorely miss the following group of boys, several of whom we believe deserved at least an honorable mention but were slighted, BUT, are eagerly looking forward to next years competition. Graduating Seniors--Byron Antcliff, Dale Heselschwerdt, Dean Fowler, Jack Dean, Duane Cowgil, Jim McGonegal and Dick Lashley. rg 2 v- ..50.. First Row: E. Queen, J. Goodrich, Coaches, Ronald Warner, Joe Fischmeister, Jim Cornell, Melvin Pruden, Robert Lewis, Paul Gormley, Keith Reed, Keith Harris, Second Row: Bobby Heckaman Richard Foster, Paul Randolf, Robert Walker, Don Greene, Tom Parkinson, Jim Franklin, Ken Bostodor, Art Dove, Third Row: Mike Fish, Gerald Brown, Duane Cowgill, Dick Lashley, Douglas Reed, Dale Heselschwerdt, Duane Iverson, Harvey Henning, David Heckaman, Fourth Row: David Lashley, Don Hoyt, Arlen Burk, Byron Antcliff, Dean Fowler, Jack Dean, Jim McGonega1. gzldffdf Napoleon ----------------- 18-6 ----------------------- Brooklyn Napoleon --6-27 --------------- Michigan Center Napoleon ----------------- 7-lh -------------------------- Parma Napoleon ----------------- 3:8-13 --------------- Vander-cook Lake Napoleon ----------------- 32-O --------------------- Springport Napoleon ------- - ----'---- 7-12 ------------------------ Concord Napoleon ----------------- 32-11.1. ------------------ East Jackson Napoleon O-19 ---------------------- Grass Lake ..5L. First Row: Richard Lingard, Gerald Brown, John Lantis, Duane Lantis, Second Row: Gordon Smith, Coach, Howard Meeks, Herb Howard, Raymond Maule. six his the 3rd How the if-Uawzfw The 1953 edition of Napoleon Pirate Harriers boasted veteran runners. The team, led by Ray Maule running in fourth year of cross-country competition, consisted of additional members: Duane Lantis, 3rd year, Herb Howard year, Gerald Brown, 2nd year, Dick Lingard, 3rd year, ard Meeks, 3rd year and newcomer John Lantis. Throughout year this team twice defeated Adrian High School, once each Jackson High Reserves and Ann Arbor High Reserves, and VV. S twice defeated by State Champ Spring Arbor. The team placed third in the Hastings Invitional Meet, third in the Albion College Invitational Meet, and third in the State Meet, each time losing to State Champion Spring Arbor and runner-up Lansing Everett. The award for the most improvement shown throughout the year would have to be divided between the Lantis brothers. The most notable achievement by one individual during the year was Duane Lantis running at our Wolf Lake course in the third fastest time ever turned in by a Napoleon boy. is p had team Although many teams have won more trophies, this team robably one of the strongest Napoleon has produced. It very outstanding competition, and certainly it was a top in attitude, willingness to work and good sportsmansh p. 152- 1, K Left to right: Nancy Wetherb J ki S 111 Thurman, Carol Holdridge. Y, ac 6 Gov 6' Janice Mlledbaf There are four varsity cheerleaders. Janice Thurman, a senior, has been a cheerleader for four years, Nancy Weth- erby, another senior, for two years, Jackie Scoville, a jun- ior, for three years and Carolyn Miller, a junior, for one year. Carolyn is also captain of the squad. The squad made new outfits this year, consisting of a green corduroy weskit ani skirt, with White lining, a white icngsleeved blouse, gre white shoes. They sold for the outfits. The girls attended last fall. With other they were guests at one in and white socks, green tights, and pins to help the student council pay the Cheerleaders Clinic at Ann Arbor cheerleaders from all over the of the U. of M. football games. state f Q-is 1 F X54 M x X5 5 lx . lx Nu WW ..531 -v. A as s dfn I X ff 1 K xxkh 3 rrrr 4' ,git-v"4" l Wfii' Y - er g19R 1 Q I M if Left to right: Margaret Mahrle, Peggy teeke, Donna Knapp, The Junior Vagggfy cheerleading squad consists of four Sharon Welch. girls--three sophomores and one freshman. This has been the first year.of cheerleading for each of them. Peggy Leeke is the freshman and Donna Knapp, Margaret Mahrle and Sharon Welch are the sophomores. For football they wore white sweaters, green corduroy slacks, green and white socks, and white shoes. 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GJ U1 S4 1130 bfd GS F-4 in to be First Row left to right: Jean Benjamin, Jeannette Dot Ahrens, Joan Rosynek, Fox, Marilou Wendt, Anita Jackie Smith, Second Row: Dunh,m, Joan Gier, Lois Mr. Thompson, Barbara Fischmeister Ray, Joy Horsfall, Nancy Wetherby, Sue Addison, Roberta Watts, Janice Putman, Alice Smith, Nancy Warner, Janice Patton, Nancy Fish, Gloria Layman, Joan Fischmeister, Janice ........-1-num Thurman, Jackie Fischmeister, Waneta Carroll, Elsie Haller, Marion Iverson, Donna Knapp, Sharon Welch, Margaret Mahrle, Third Row: Shirley Maule, Mable Wilkie, Ruth Ann Burman, Gladys Ekleberry, Eileen Hess, Shirley Mangus, Dick Lingard, Gerald Brown, Paul Randolph, Dick Lashley, Dean Fowler, Margaret Hagaman. Fourth Row: Kay Don Phillips, Jerry Ulrich Myron Peters, Jim Franklin, Don Greene, David Galardi, Herb Howard, Duane Cowgill, Byron Antcliff, Harvey Henning, Don Hoyt, Delbert Parkinson. gh UM The Glee Clubs were organized the second semester under the direction of Mr. Thompson. The boys glee club, which consists of twenty-three members meets every Monday, Wednes- day and Friday. The fifty-eight girls in their glee club meet every Tuesday and Thursday. It is a fairly new exper- ience for the boys who have not had one for over a year. A concert was given this spring which included the glee clubs and the bands. ...57- Seated left to right: Joan Gier, Joan Fischmeister, Joy Lynne Horsfall, Eileen Hess, Janice Patton. Standing left to right: Mary Lou Rutan, Dorothy Ahrens, Roberta Watts, Judy Schenck, Mary Lynne Russell, Don Hoyt, Paul Randolph, Jim McGonegal, Carol Wingate, Gloria Dunham, Sue Addison, Janice Fox, Marilou Wendt. Zllgfdffl agfaf The Pirateer is sold each Friday for five cents a copy. Some of the items are the sports page, gossip column, editorial, grade news, jokes, and advertisements. The Pirateer Staff works hard to put out a paper that will satisfy all the students and teachers and should be given credit for the fine job they are doing. e First Row: Left to right: Mrs. Richardson, Beverly Robertson, Carol Wingate, Marilou Wendt, Alice Furkey, Janet Bouldrey, Diane Carpenter, Bonnie VanAkin, Second Row: Dorothy White, Jackie Fischmeister, Waneta Carroll, Marian Iverson, Pat , Thomas, Patricia Persing, Anita Brower, Third Row: Jean Benjamin, Gloria Dunham, Donna Foster, Judy Garwood, Billie Jo Nortley, Marjorie Basom, Judy DeBute, Peggy Leeke. eflfialy The librarians each spend at least one hour a day helping Mrs. Richardson operate the library. They are awarded one quarter of a credit each semester. Many new books have been purchased and are in constant use by the students. The student body has Mrs, .Richardson and the librarians to thank for keeping the library in order and in helping them find the books they want. ..yL. Seated left to right: Mr. Helm, Herb Howard, Duane lverson, Gerald Brown, Dale Heselschwerdt, Duane Lantis, Second Row: Jacqueline Schlee, Arlene Jones, Judy Bloemaker, Betty Hinkle Loyadell Adkins, Kaye Don Phillips, Paul Marquedant, Gordon Bernstein, Third Row: Don Greene, Jack Dean, Harvey Henning, Robert Walker, Robert Hammond, Peter Gamble, Jim McGonegal, Jack Leath, Fourth Row: Richard Ray, Harvey Kimball, Robert Leach, Omer Thomann, Danny Ray, Charles Watters, Jerry Hartley. H J The Agriculture Club this year was not too large. Even though the enrollment was small they were quite active. Initiation was held in Sept- ember. Later in the year they went to Chicago to the National Livestock Exhibition. They also went to East Lansing during Farmer's Week, ..50. l.l1 Seated left to rightz' Zetta Robb, Advisor, Shirley Maule, Beverly Robertson, Sue Addison, Jackie Schlee, Second Row: Diane Carpenter, Judy Schenck, Rita Upham, Third Row: Loyadell Adkins, Nancy Carris, Marion Iverson, Beverly Aiken Janet Bouldrey, Mary Edington, Joyce Yother, Anita Putman, Glenna Baker, Alice Smith, Marilou Wendt, Fourth Row: Ruth Burman, Virginia Henderson, Camille Harris, Alice Furkey, Mary Lou Rutan, Bonnie VanAkin, Carol Wingate, Joan Rosynek, Donna Knapp, Janice Fox, Fifth Row: Jennie Fouty, Dorothy White, Judy Bloemaker, Sunnie Thomas, Jackie MacKenzie, Jackie Terhune, Jackie Scoville, Linda Slayton, Gloria Dunham Judy DeBute, Sixth Row: Donna Clevenger, Donna Clemmons, Marjorie Basom, Judy Garwood, Billie Jo Nortley, Mary Lynne Russell. Ginger Hemry, Peggy Leeke, Anita Brower. 0 0 0 rly Robertson Shirley Maule ..Sue Addison .Marilou Wendt ...Rita Upham Jackie Schlee .Judy Schenck Presidentoooooooo sooo ooo ooo ooooBeVe Vice President... . ----v- Secretaryoooooso ""' Treasureru... "' Historianoooooo " Parlimentariangooocen Ill!UIOOCIOOOOCOOOOCOOIOOI RgpQPter.,0.-0gaooooooooooooooocoooooooscoaoonoo The F. H. A. has had a very busy and interesting year. The have sponsored many activities as well as workin5 on Y . diffepent projects during the year to earn money. ...61.. f Sl Seated Left to right: Donna Knapp, Duane Cowgill, Margaret Hagaman, Robert Walker, Bill Read, Standing: Ruth Ann Jester Rita Walsh, Frank Miller, Judy DeBute, Mr. Kingdon, Advisor, Barbara Leath, Gary Dresselhouse, Johnny Lantis. ggfuatfz 62-izffzcff The student council meets every Monday during fourth hour and every Thursday during fifth hour under the advisor- ship of Mr. Kingdom. 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