Negaunee High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Negaunee, MI)

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Ni ,L High School class of 1896, the Diamiond Jubilee edition Li: Th Picnic z' iq 1 . 1" ztciy Vlicz Ted. A 3 X L 'Qvogmbz xx ,, W X lf '1 J f .2579 X ' 4 6 A NN 1 J, K 1 gh'-Rte? '-x W Mn E Z A g 'L - X ' x 5-'xl tv ii-lg-5 gggr- fm",.s-tr KZ' r 'fr'-, X if ,'X xx-XT? 5-g-:J- d ,Sell Ihqma K I Valechctory The student experxences few xrnmedxate rewards the mxnes of knowledge are so vast and the d1sc1pl1ne requ1red for success so compllcated that years of apphcatxon are necessary So It IS an the great school of l1fe there w1ll come trxals dxsappomtments oppos 1t1ons days of dark ness and sorrow but these may be the very means by whxch our hxgher characters are developed and lxfe perfected so we can well afford to suffer all It costs Lf our axm has been true and noble Lf the dross of our natures has been cast out and we have developed that beauty of mmd wh1ch endures forever." Bertha Koesterf1886J 0535563 wr ' 1 f . . 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' I 0 ' u A' 0 O 1 . , . . wyti Bertha K oester Miller Class of 1886 Forevx ord Page Dedlcatlon Educatwnal HlStOTW Adm m1strat1on and Faculty Senxors Under classmen SOCIGI Llfe Actlvltles Drama Music Sports Adv erhsmg N XJ Table of Contents O X 0 xi N 1 Diamond Iubilee Committee LEFT TO RIGHT R K Rlcnards Clarence Tho en M rtha Wmlja en El xe Tullbe g Aa on Lo stem Gene al Chalrma Lesley Cory D Be solo Alf ed Wassbe g Irvxng Johns and Dxck Pello Robert De Gab lele as absent hen the pxcture as take INDIVIDUAL CLASS ROSTER CHAIRMEN WHO WORKED UNDER CLARENCE THOREN M1ss Nancy Kokko M.1ss Eugerua Ghxardl M1ss Grace Walhs Miss Rxta Chapman M1ss Marxan Hawke Mxss Irma Jurmu Mrs Janet Johns Tresseder Mrs Joyce Wan berg Neely Mrs Vera Ellis Stanaway Mmss Helen Erkkxla Dr Ray E Johnson Mrs Edna Manmkko Laur11a Mrs Hope Wxlliams Hoff Mrs Betty Ahola Hakala Mrs Katherme Eskola Goethe Mrs Marxan Hodge Norell Mrs Doreen Baxley Gyles Mrs Vxola Cattron Vmcent Charles Sunne Mxss Mar1anAnnear Mrs Charlotte Holman V1toBertucc1 Mrs Agnes Makx Mxss Martha Wxljanen M1ss Pearl Rhodda Dr J Thomas James M1ller Alfred Wass berg Donald MacDonald FTBDCIS Phxllxps Mrs Dorothy Elhot Persons Mrs Martha Warner Charles Kangas Tom Colhns Mrs Fred Anderson I-hldur Olson Fred Anderson Mrs Iva Kllnglund Mrs Tyna Kotxla Peel Martha Arneth Louxse Burge Ruby Trathen Mrs E R Staples Mrs John McNabb Mrs Arthur Olson Lena Smedman Hulda Tull berg Mrs Barry M1nn1e Gaffney Bert Sawbrxdge and Matxe Dawe Educatzonal Hzstory of Commumty Taken from Iron Herald November 27 1953 Issue1 Although Negaunee dxd not become a v1l1age untxl 1865 and a clty unt1l 1873 the educatlonal hlstory of the communlty dates back a century as there LS ev1dence that the f1rst 'teacher came here 1n the early 50 s Th1s was shortly after the dxscovery of lron ore ln 1844 and evldently the pxoneers wanted the1r chlldren to master the fundamentals of the 3 R s for Iron Herald f1les show an ISSUE marklng the dedlcatlon of the Negaunee Hxgh School that accordmg to older resxdents a Mr Colvs ell taught school 1n the 50 s on the sxte of the E S Green home now owned by Captam R1chard Roberts Toward the close of the Cxvxl War a man named Watters who was the local teacher was drafted and went to the front However he returned a fevs months later when h1s mllxtary servxce was cut short as a result of losmg an arm 1n the confl1ct Accordmg to the dedlcatxon lssue the fxrst teacher ln the bxg school as the or1g1nal high school buxldmg later used as a Fxnnxsh Church was called was Mxchael Healy who IS sadly recalled to many Negaunee busxnessmen as hav1ng been enough of an athlete to soundly Vxhlp the best or worst of them Great progress must have been accomplxshed under Pr1nc1pal V B Cochran for xt was under hlm that the f1rst graduatmg class left school He was preceded by Messrs Eugene Ketcham .T F Healy and S M Mclntyre respectwely Mr Ketcham bemg the f1rst prxncxpal The t1tle pr1nc1pal was of greater s1gn1f1cance than It IS nova the lncumbent of the offlce performlng all the dutles of a super 1ntendent For practxcal purposes we can therefore date back four years from 1879 and say that the hlgh school began ln 1875 The School Board at th1s tlme consisted of Messrs T J Houston J E Maas W C McCamber .Tohn McKenna Txmothy Donohue and N1cholas Laughlm There were but two courses the Englxsh and the Latln vuhxch 1n general features were the same as they are now No such advantages as exxst today were offered then how ever physlcs and chem1stry were taught vuthout any apparatus The faculty cons1sted of but two teachers besides the prmclpal Thls brxefly IS the germ out of which our present hlgh school has grown The reslgnatlon of pr1nc1pal V B Cochran 1n .Tune 1881 marks the f1rst mmportant change above the ordmary development of a new school Mr Cochran reslgned to be come Super1ntendent of Publlc Instructxon for M1ch1gan He had gxven good sat1sfact1on and the board on h1s departure extended to h1m a vote of thanks for the eff1c1ent man ner 1n wh1ch he had helped place the school on a secure foot1ng Indeed Judgmg by the record of the graduat1ng class of 81 the xnstructxon must have been thorough or the students very br1ll1ant for the class of seven had an average of ninety three and four sevenths per cent wh1le two of the members of whom one was M1ss Steele averaged mnety exght Mr Cochran was succeeded by Mr M J Wh1tney Wxth the com1ng of Mr F D Dav1s 1n 1884 as Mr Whltney s successor the hxgh school was recogmzed Prev1ous to thls the school had not been graded Graduatxng classes were therefore xrregular Three new subjects wh1ch as dlstxnct studxes are not taught now geology psychology and pedagogy were added ln 1884 condxtlons necessxtated a fourth teacher for the hmgh school The fall of 86 seemed to herald actlon for a new h1gh school A feel1ng of the necesslty for one had been steadlly growxng In add1t1on to crowded quarters Ln the old bumldxng classes were be1ng kept xn very poorly heated and ventllated apartments ln the town hall bulldxng I 1 I K , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 in 1 11 ' 1 1 1 1 1 15 1 1 V 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 v 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 v r 1 1 1 gl 1 1 1 1 v v 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 , y 1 1 1 1 1 1 v 1 1 1 '- 1 1 I 1 1 V1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , g 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , - - 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 -- , . 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 9 1 1 1 1 ' 42 . I Fir? ' Mxss Carle M Blakeslee later Mrs J M Edgerton was therefore the flrst prmclpal Two classrooms only bes1des the assembly room were 1n use by the hlgh school The English and Latm courses contxnued to take flr st rank but there was at thxs txme a tendency toward the Scxent1f1c as f1ve years later m 1893 the fzrst students were graduated from the Scxentlflc course The year 1892 wxtnessed a movement beneflclal to schools when the Umversxty of Mxchlgan mspector was fxrst asked to V1S1t them In 93 after the fxrst class grad uated from the Scxentlfxc course further d1v1s1ons were made mto Engl1sh Latm Eng lxsh French and Englxsh German courses The comxng of H B K1-ogman as prmclpal 1n 1894 f1rst aroused a spxrit of interest ln athletxcs Before thls the school had shown lxttle mterest ln athletxcs not because of lack of materxal but because of lack of an orgamzer and tramer To start the splrit that was then latent Mr Krogman proved just such a man Orgamzatlons were xrn medxately formed and unxforms and the supplles purchased Football was gwen fxrst attentlon and a champxonshlp team was put out ln the following fall Fxeld sports outdoor and xndoor baseball and basketball each followed ln 1ts turn Dur1ng the w1nter of 94 95 there was also further advancement of a purely school character The exghth grade whlch had been part of the high school was barred Smce the regular vxsxts of the school xnspectors the faculty and board had learned how our hzgh school stood C-hemlstry was agam resumed and a number of successive addxtxons to both chem1cal and physxcal apparatus were made Muslc had been dlscontmued ln 92 The board was now petxtloned to restore It but only granted the free use of rooms It IS worthy of consrderatxon to note that the pupxls were mstructed at thelr own expense The last of the 90 s was also accomparued by 1mportant changes and addxtxons Debating was started and great mterest was shown ln oratorical contests In May 1898 Mr Davxs res1gned and was ably replaced by Mr Krogman The prlncxpal sub Ject of d1scuss1on was free textbooks from an expense standpomt Mus 1C was xntr oduced m the fall of 1900 and w1th xt came another zmportant ln troductxon shorthand and typewrxtlng By 1905 the commercial course had been ex tended to four years 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 , 1 . - 1 11 111 1 1 1 1. , - 1 1 - - , 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 04 v - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 . 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1, .1 1 I 0 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 " 1 The month of December, 1900 was saddened by the untimely death of Superintendent Krogman, who introduced the athletic program and was known as "the father of ath- 1etics". Succeeding Mr. Krogman the board appointed as Superintendent, Mr. Orr Schurtz, who at the beginning of 1902 added the elective course which increased the selection of courses by pupils from two to seven. A very well attended night school was started. It needed but one election in January 1907 to decide the city should be bonded for the cost of a new high school. Immediate action was taken and by January 1909 the building was completed. 5 Succeeding Mr. Schurtz as the head of the public school system was Edmund Den- nison who remained here from 1918 until 1922 when H. S. Doolittle, Calumet High School faculty member, was named superintendent. To Mr. Doolittle goes the honor of having served the longest term as superintendent in Negaunee's educational history, for he occupied the position from 1922 until he de- cided to retire in .Time of 1948, a period of twenty-six years. During his tenure, changes were many, as it was the transition period in education and both schools and curric- ulum were modernizing. i--. When Mr Doohttle dec1ded to retxre ln 1948 the Board of Education after takxng several months IH Wh1Ch to screen applxcants selected Mr Glenn K Kelly as h1s successor Mr Kelly recexved h1s early tralmrfg ln school admmlstratlon at Houghton leavlng thereto accept a pos1t1on as head of schools at Rlverslde lllxnols He later served as representatxve ln the state capltal for the lllmols A5SOC1at1OH of Boards of Educatlon and left thls pos1t1on to serve as school supermtendent at Fennvllle Thls was hxs last ass1gnment prlor to comlng to Negaunee Mr Kelly after servxng as admlnlstrator for tvto years resxgned the pos1t1on as head ofthe publxc school system 1n Tuly of 1953 The board 1n August appoxnted Mr E W Born Mr Born lb a natlve of W1scons1n who had the ma1or1ty of hxs educat1onal experx ence prlor to accept1ng the Negaunee posltxon IH that state He 15 the mnth manto serve as supermtendent of schools IH Negaunee IH the hlstory of local educatlon . . n s f v 1 e v 1 - 0 1 l C l .' 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' , .f 1 4 - s . , F If k g.,1.- wf 8 Rfb M e EA .N flxvsfvg HDNINISTRHTIUN FWD FFIEULTY H2721 Bm:r.nRi Negaunee Board of Educatzon LEFT TO RIGHT E W Born Superlntendent Samuel Ford Treasurer Paul P Bell Thomas L Collxns George Wxllxamson Busxness Manager Leshe W Rxchards Secretary Onme Marjama Presxdent Thank You' To the members of the school board the class of 1954 express thelr smcere apprec1at1on for the co operatxon and help extended throughout thexr school years Although our assoc1at1on w1th the school board of course has not been xntxmate, the students have reahzed the wonderful sp1r1t of helpfulness beh1nd the ent1re admxmstratxon The board has made posslble many of the thlngs that have made our school life xnterestmg They have been very generous wxth the equ1pment for the school and ln a large measure lt xs to them that vue are mdebted for the fme cultural atmosphere vshxch has characteuzed our school lxfe 2 . . , I ,' ' Z . . ' . 1 1 I - 1 I ' '- 0 ' . . Q S upenntendent MR EDWIN W BORN Ph B Ph, M Concordia College American Conservatory of Music Umversxty of Wisconsin Columbia University Principal MR. ROBERT K. RICHARDS, B. A., M. A Northern Michigan College of Education University of Michigan Northwestern University Faculty MR. HENNING j. ANDERSON. B. A., M. A. Gustavus Adolphus College University of Chicago Physical Science Guidance Counselor Northern Michigan College of Education Unlversxty of Michigan English MISS MARTHA G ARNETH B A Northern Michigan College of Education Engllsh MR. WALTER I... BROTHERTON, B. S. Faculty MR JOSEPH DALLY B Rankm Trade School Northern Michlgan College of Education Umverslty of Mxchxgan lndustual Arts MR WALTER L. DALEY B S M M Northern Mxchzgan College of Education Colorado Umversxty Music MR GEORGE T COLLINS B A Northern Mxchxgan Umverslty of Michigan Mathevnatxcs General Business . . . S. College of Education N Faculty MR. DONALD HOFF, B. S., M. Ed. St. Thomas College University of Minnesota Hamline University Physical Education, Coach University of Michlgan University of Wisconsin Social Studies MISS FLORENCE HILDEBRAND B S M A Indiana State Teachers College Peabody College for Teachers Girls Physical Education, Health 19 MR. RICHARD E. HEIDEMANN, B. A. 539. 5,-2.-..e '-.pf mfffm.-V' ku, A1 Faculty MISS MADELINE HOLT B S Umversnty of Mmnesota Llbrarxan Soc1a1Stud1es Speech MR KENNETHF LIGHT B S M A.. Unlverslty of 111111015 Mxchxgan State College Industrlal Arts MISS ANNA KULJU Northern Nhchlgan College of Education Home Economlcs B 521' '34 Faculty MISS DOROTHY M MILLER B A Northern Michigan College of Education Western Michigan College of Education English MISS KATHERYN MARPIOTT B A M A State University of Iowa World History English journalism MR PAULj MELI B A M A Albion College Social Studies . . , . ., . University of Michigan N l , . ., . . . ' A . ' . Faculty MR ROBERT NORTHEY B A M A Northern Mlchlgan College of Educahon University of MlChlgdh Mathematlcs MR CARL A PETERSON B S North Park College Northern M1Chlg8h College of Educatxon Vocal Musxc Northern MlChlgaH College of Educatxon Ar1thmet1c MISS MARY E. NORTHEY, B. S., M. A Faculty MISS MARY B. SHURTLEFF, B. A., M. A. Central Michigan College of Education Northern Michigan College of Education University of Michigan Latin, English Northern Michigan College of Education University of Michigan Science Mathematics MR ALPHONSE RUDNESS B S Northern Michigan College of Education Industrial Arts MR. LEINO W. PYNNONEN, B. S., M. S. Faculty MR. HARRY SORTAL, B. S. George Washington University Notre Dame University St. Louis University Physical Education, Coach MISS RUBY L THRATHEN B S Northern Michigan College of Education Michigan State College Stout Institute Home Econo'-mcs MRS JEAN SUNDQUIST B Northern Michigan College of Education University of Michigan Music Art MM Faculty MR ARTHUR W WASSBERG B S VI A Northern M1ch1gan College of Educahon Umversxty of Mlchxgan World Geography Commercxal MISS ELSIE TULLBERG B S Northern Mxchxgan College of Educatlon Art MR MATT VANNI B S Unlverslty of Nhchlgan Bradley Umverslty Industrlal Arts p 1 . . Faculty MR OSCAR WASSBERG B S M A Northern Mxchlgan College of Education Umversxty of Mlchxgan Geography Mathematics MRS ARDES WILLIAMSON B.A Northwestern University Umverslty of Chicago English, Arithmetxc MR VERLE. WILLS B S Northern Michigan College of Educntlon Science . , .., .. n . . .- - 1 1 Faculty MRS. AMANDA E.. WILLIAMS, R. N. Augustana Hospital School of Nursing School of Publxc Health and Phdanthropy School Nurse Nome Nur sing MR CHARLES E WHITE B S M A Northern Mxchxgan College of Education Urnversxty of Misslsslppl Commercial MR GEORGE WILLIAMSON Business Manager Secretary to PTIDCIPBI MISS MARION ANNEAR Secretary to Supermtendent MRS. BEVERLY -IENN INGS my -. -W f 1 f,f,,, CLASS MOTTO: "Today The F rxdationg Tomorrow Success w W X X VAGA VN CLASS COLORS Maroon and Whlte CLASS FLOWER Whlte Carnatlon Presldent V1ce Presxdent Secretary Treasurer Student Council Class Advisors CLASS OFFICWRS ---------- r Robert Cope Thomas Connors Lee Roberts Dehght KOSR1 - - - - Nancy Lee Meli gl Miss Holt ALLEN AHOLA Football ' Q Track Scouts I-lx Y Class Officer Student Councxl Future Engmeers Prom Commlttee Band lf! ROBERT ALPERI Track . Scouts Nee Hy Nuz. Annual Class Play Engmeermg Club Buys State X X K DELVIN ANDERSON Baseball RITA BALZARINI Annual Choxr Future Teachers Scxence Fau- X .' 1- uiuilhzuigiz'::i:::::Ziiiiiliiizizigz E3 A ....... ' ::::: ee E2-safe C """ Band .... Choir.................. Concert Orchestra. . . . . . . . . . 32 'H MM BONNIE BANN ON Campfire Z Pep Club Annual Majorettes Chou' Glee Club Class Offlcer M WXJ? Y' Q.. X NANCY BERTELL SHIRLEY BURDEAU Gir1Scouts. . . . . . . . PepC1ub......... Nee-Hy-Nuz. . . . . . Annual Future Teachers , , , , , Choir......... G1eeClub.. . FLORENCE CAMPBELL GirlScouts Annual.............. Nee-Hy-Nuz........... Choir............... .12 CARO Campfxre Pep Club Pxoneer Choir Glee Club Prom Committee jOI-IN CARLSON NGPHY-Nu2............ Armua1......... .. Future Engineers , , , , , , , Chmr S1015 NYXXY7 L CHAPMAN XHX NEIL CARLSON Football Nee Hy Nuz Annual Future Teachers Class Play Prom Comrnlttee Forenslcs ELLSWORTH CHAPMAN Football Scouts H1 Y Band Student Director Dance Band Concert Orchestra Future Engineers W Y C C' J C A A C 4... my WRX 2' 32 ly Aa. '..............l,Z,3. Nee-Hy-NuZ........... ...4 ' .................4 ."""""' ...............Z,3,4 ..."""" ' .............3 - '." ' ................l .. ........ .....l '- ......z,3 .................l.2 , I 1 N JAN Scouts ...... Pep Club ..... Tri-Hi-Y .... Future Nurses . Prom Committee . . . Scxence Fau- E CLEVEN ....... .... ..3.4 .......3,4 1,4 THOMAS CONN ORS Football Basketball ICO Capt Q Track H1 Y Engineer s Club 34 MM ROBERT COPE Scouts Student Councxl Annual Hx Y Class Offlcer Future Teachers Class Play Prom Committee ELIZABETH CORY Carnpfxre Pep Club Ploneer Trx H1 Y Class Play FOTEDSICS Prom Committee ' ' ...... ...... 3 14 ...............l,Z,3 - . ........ l,Z,3,4 ................1,Z,3,4 A Class Officer ........ . ...... 4 - ' ' '. ' ' ' ' '- ................. 2,3,4 ' ' ' ............. .4 ' ' ' ' .............. l,Z,3 A ............... 1,2 ' . . . ......... . . . 3 V " '- ................ 3 . . . ......... . . .3 . V F' RM if i MADGE DANIELSON Campfire Pep Club Pxoneer Trl H1 Y Band Concert Orchestra Chou Prom Commxttee JACK 1-:axxu.A Scouts Student Council Hx Y Band Concert Orchestra Class Ofhcer Class Play Future Engmeers Boys' State THOMAS GOLDSWORTHY Scouts Pr om Commxttee C1assPlay.......... 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JEANNE I-AKARY Roan-:RT LAITUR1 X Pxoneer Future Teachers Prom Commxttee Science Faxr ROBERT LAMP! 41 WW i fwx 'S i NANCY LEE Campfxre Pep Club Student Counml Nee Hy Nuz Pxoneer Trl H1 Y Future Teachers Band Cholr NUM g xg X OWEN MAR-IAMA DORIS MAKI Football Basketball Baseball Scouts H1 Y Class Ofhcer 42 2 Choxr 2 3 4 Glee Club RAY LUHTA Track Tumbling Team Y X f - ae14 5xt l HAROLD MATHEWS NUM X -nf.. w 'Msg JULIE MATTSON Girl Scouts Pep Club Trl H1 Y Future Nurses Chou' Sclence Faxr Y Football Basketball T rack JOAN Campfxre Pep Club Student Councxl Cheerleader Nee Hy Nuz Pwneer Trl H1 Y Orchestra Concert Orchestra Class Officer Class Play Prom Committee MARY -IANE MINGORI Glrl Scouts ............... 1 Pep Club ................ 3 Nee-Hy-Nuz ............... Pioneer ................. Choir ....... .......... 1 .Z,3 G1eeC1ub................ RAYMOND PAINE B Football B Basketball Baseball H1 Y Choxr 44 MMM! 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Tri Hi Y Future Nurses Orchestra Concert Orchestra Choir Glee Club Class Officer Class Play XXHM WRX? f f-:-gg-1-fi....,,. 2 X SHIRLEY TERZAGHI FRED TERRES Scouts Campfire Pep Club Cheerleader Nee Hy Nuz Choir Glee Club 48 Football Nee Hy Nuz Pioneer Track MAURICE TALO Football H1 Y Class Officer Z JUDIE Toms Camphre Pep Club Ploneer Trl H1 Y Future Nurses Chou' CA Gxrl Scouts Trl Hx Y Future Nurses Choir Science Fa1r XX Football Z 3 4 Track 2 Basketball .student Manager Z Class Play ROBERT Scouts Pxoneer Future Engmeers Class Play Science Faxr Xx x U M Jw RONALD WAT TERS Gxrl Scouts Future Nurses Choxr Glee Club 50 NW! 57? Z ARLENE ZGORSKI MARION PEURA .1 42 Chou' For ensxcs JUANITA TANSKANEN Transfer student from Calumet in l I e 1 t ' .............l.2,3.4 Nee-Hy-Nuz....... G1eeC1ub,,,'... '.................2,3.4 ............3.4 ' RX 'F -ty , , ..A,1.'1 Hzstory September 1941 1-low t1me fl1es and how fast the last th1rteen years have flown from the fxrst day frxghtened as we were when we started cllmblng the ladder for an educatlon We were d1v1den between the Central Grade and Park Street Schools whxch we attended for one half day Most of our tlme was used for paxntmg color1ng and smgmg September 1942 In the fxrst grade we went to school for the full day In addxtlon to learnmg how to wr1te our names and read we started havxng gym classes Th1S was the year the Easter Bunny v1s1ted us September 1943 We started ar1thmet1c and doxng workbooks thxs year Improvxng our read1ng wr 1t1ng and spelhng was also very 1mportant September 1944 The g1rls had an opporturuty to Joxn Blueb1rds and Brown1es and some of the boys joxned Cub Scouts Our wr1t1ng was be1ng 1m proved by use of the Palmer method Wh1Ch we now wrote ln mk September 1945 Th1s year the students from the Park Street School Jomed us Our class had been promoted to the second floor In geography we made an Amazon Vlllage out of clay At Chrlstmas we tr1mmed our own llttle Chrxstmas tree and exchanged g1fts September 1946 S1nce we were now 1n the flfth grade we were el1g1ble to be on the Monthly Cackle staff It was our own newspaper whlch carrled the news of the Central Grade School September 1947 We had new teachers thls year and began to pass between classes In gym class we started danclng wxth the boys September 1948 Upon enter1ng the seventh grade we were located 1n the h1gh school We had assemblles wxth the upperclassmen elected class offlcers Jomed poster contests learned declam at1ons and some started takxng mus1c lessons from Mr Daley Th1s year mstead of one home room teacher we had two class adv1sors They helped us plan our Hallowe en stunt and class party For our party we went to a mov1e then went back to the gym for danclng and games September 1949 Our class party was held at the Youth Center wh1ch we had tr1mmed m fall colors befxttmg the season Under Mr Hexdemann s superv1s1on we put on the annual Washxngton Day Program ent1tled A Good Amerxcan whlch was also broadcast over W J P D September 1950 The class was enlarged thls year when the students from Palmer enrolled A few of the boys were lmtlated mto the H1 Y and many other students Jolned the Pep Club Camp f1res and G1r1 Scouts Th1s was the year we had to p1Ck our class flower motto and colors whlch would stay wxth us through h1gh school We were a very proud group of students when one of our classmates took fxrst place 1n the declamatory contest between the Sophomores and Freshmen and then went on to w1nf1rst place 1n the D1str1ct Forenslc Declamatory Contest September 1951 For our class party we chose the theme The Enchanted Forest W1th Mr W 111s help we tr1mmed the gym accord1ngly w1th woodland spr1tes elves and a l1ttle cake house In our bxology class we went on fxeld tr1ps and cleaned the school yard as a part of Clean up Pamt up F1x up week September 1952 We had such fun ln our Jun1or year Our class r1ng commxttee chose the class rlngs wh1ch we later voted on It was our fxrst step toward leav1ng N H S Mr Br otherton found some very talented class members to put on our f1rst play The Lrttle M1n1ster Dream Fantasy Our f1rst prom and what a dream It was W1th a moonllt pond crepe paper balloons and flow ers It was the fxrst prom to be held xn the Memorxal Gymnas 1um and we worked hard to make It a success Flve Junlor glrls were xmtxated into Trl H1 Y Many had a chance to work on the Ploneer whxch was the fxrst annual publlshed 1n twenty two years June 1954 Excelsxor We had reached the hexghts Durmg our Senxor year our class put on a very successful performance of January Thaw Days flew by as we took exams planned the prom applled for scholarshxps had plctures taken and took part m the graduatxon exercxses e were the seventy flfth class to graduate wh1ch gave us plenty of planmng and preparatxons to make for our part of the D1amond .Tubllee celebrat1on Future Teachers Future Nurses and Future Engmleers v, ere a few of the new clubs whlch we could Jo1n m our last year of h1gh school n 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . , . - - 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 N -A , 1 1 1 'Yv- 1 " ' 1 1 1 1 V 1 , K X, 1 1 - I 1 1 0 1 1 ' 7 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 V 1 1 0 1 , - 1 ' Y ' 1 ' I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 -. 1 V 1 . 1 1 , - 1 ' ' 1 p ' ' ' 1 1 1 '1 1 1 ' Y 0 1 '. 1 . 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 , . 1 I ' 1 1 1 ' ' , ' 1 1 , - 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 . 1 14 ' 11 . - 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 V 1 1 1 1 1- 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 V I ' 1 1 1 . - 1 1 1 V V1 . 1 1 1 . 1 , L1 we 1 1 ' I 11 , 4 1 1 71 1 1 1 1 , 1 ' V 1 1 - 1 1 ' 1 ' 0 1 1 , 1 1 Q 1 ' 1 1 1 . 1 1 . . . 1 an - 1 ' 1 11 1 , , . , 1 1 , , 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 , - . 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' , ' - - . ' ' ' 1 1 1 - . . , 1 , 1 1 , - 1 1 me 11 , 1 1 1 , 1 1 ' 1 ' ' I 1 1 9 , 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 Y 1 Class W111 We the Dxarnond Jubllee Class of 1954 cxty of Negaunee State of Mxchxgan Java claxmmg to be of sound mmd and body on th1s date to make thxs our Last W1ll and Testament To the Board of Educat1on we leave the school buxld mgs furn1ture and faculty w1th our permxssxon to use K them for as long as they endure X W X We do bequeath to all our beloved teachers and superxors lasting and heartfelt peace, now and forever o the Jumors we bequeath our knowledge of government To the sophomores we bequeath our leadershxp 1h act1v1t1es To the Freshmen we leave our ab1l1ty to get along so well wlth the faculty Alan Ahola fSl1m leaves hxs ab1l1ty to remaxn true to one to Dennxs Lakarx Robert Alperl fBob leaves trxg to anyone who wants lt Delvln Anderson Guxdo leaves his accordzan to cousin LeRoy Rxta Balzarlnl R1t leaves her clothes to :h1rley Bessolo Bonnle Bannon ZeBontz leaves her onxon sandwxches and mustard on French fr1es any stxnker who wants them Nancy Bertell Nan leaves her shyness to I-Ietta Terres Shxrley Burdeau B1rd1e leaves her nxckname to J1m Conradson Florence Campbell Flo leaves her hexght to Sandra Sharp John Carlson Yuss1 leaves hxs honest government test pol1c1es to anyone who can get away w1th them Nell Carlson Cubbo leaves Mr Melx 1n peace Carol Chapman fChappyJ leaves the contents of her fxve year dxary mcludmg New Year s Eve to the one who s lucky enough to grab lt flrst Ellsworth Chapman Buddy, leaves h1s trumpet to Stuart Valent1 Jane Cleven Jan1e leaves her halrcuts to the boys Thomas Connors Jake leaves hls whlskers to Dlck Born Robert Cope Bob leaves h1s educated thumb to Dzck Wertanen Elxzabeth Cory Lxz leaves her eyes to Eddy Vannl Madge Dan1elson Danlel leaves her sense of humor to anyone who can put up vuth Ronald Ell1s Bones leaves h1s hexght to Ron Jenkins Jack Erkk1la Abel leaves h1s shoes to any two people who can flt ln them Thomas Goldsworthy fG1g1l leaves the Junior girls alone Ronald Haataja Ron leaves h1s energy to R1chy Johnson 1:9 . r ' , s of V . 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I .Q V . . i Gale Harry Bum Bur-nl leaves hxs 12 172 rlng to whose ever ankle 1tW1ll flt Roberta Hexdemann Bobble leaves her ladyllke burps to anyone Wllh a strong stomach Marllyn Hemm1la Marxlyn leaves her Englxsh marks to Jxm Fredrmckson Claudette Holm Claud leaves her second year bookkeeplng to the mrds Paulxne Hutander Paul leaves for Howard s Dr1ve ln Sally lhamakx Sal leaves her weakness for red haxr to Bob Herman John Jarvx Jeffl vulls hxs gun and spotlxght to anyone who lxkes venlson all year around Lee Johnson Lee leaves h1s levls and sldeburns to Lyle N1em1 Robert Johnson Fxskal just leaves wxth relxef Holen Johnson Tuppetl leaves for the Marquette prlson Nancy Jordan Nan leaves her v1ol1n xn the case as usual John Junt1lla Whxmpy leaves hls abxllty to solve optxonals to Mr Northey Dav1d Kangas Trapper leaves h1s trapplng ab1l1ty to Ray Mak1 Celxa Kauppxla Cellal leaves her blonde ha1r and blue eyes to Sharon Korpx Ronald Kaupp1la Hot Rod leaves h1s car to the Junk yard Ga1l Kxvela T1ll1e leaves her Cadxllac to anyone who belleves her Dav1d Kjellberg Davel leaves h1s vlm and vxgor to Terry Belmore Delight Kosk1 DeeDee leaves her a1rplanes to D1ck Sexton Denn1s Kosk1 Beba leaves h1s cheatxng l1sts to anyone who can understand h1s wr1t1ng Robert Laltlnen Bob leaves his camp1ng experxences to hxs brother just to keep It ln the farnlly Robert La1tur1 Bobl wxlls hls Ansco to the next year s annual staff Jeanne Lakarx Frenchy leaves her golden locks to Irene Grayes Robert Lampx Lump1 leaves hxs gait to Sag Saarx Nancy Lee Loo11e leaves for wherever Norm1e 15 Raymond Luhta Ray leaves hxs tall tales to Mr Brotherton Dorls Makz Dorxs leaves her long flngernaxls to Joyce Holman Owen Mar-yarna Owen leaves h1s book carrylng to LOUIS Chxrx Harold Matthews Baldy leaves his Car Talk to Wayne Roy Juhe Mattson Jammer leaves the school dances to Ann Ellxs Leslxe Melka Junlor leaves hxs Tom to the gxrls Joan Messier Mace leaves her blushlng to Carol Curt1s Mary Jane MIHQOFI Mza leaves her True Confessxons to Vlfglnla , K n : . - . 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K Raymond Paxne Buzz leaves h1s physlque to Carutzo W1111am Palm Bzlll leaves h1s m1ddle name Gulllck to anyone who can spell lt Kenneth Pellow fPenrod leaves h1s n1ght llfe to the owls Marvm Peterson Marv leaves h1s th1rst for knowledge to W1ll1s Anderson Krxstme Phlllxps Krxs leaves her eyelashes to Joanle B01-lace Raymond Pr1deaux Handcuffs leaves h1s handcuffs to Paul Wxllxams L1ly Ranta Llll leaves her qu1etness to Nancy Karpplnen Margaret Ranta Peggy leaves her letter wr1t1ng to Beverly LaBelle Patr1c1a Ranta Pattxe leaves her abxllty to get 1nto lnvolvlng sltuatlons Leonard Rlvers Len leaves h1s polxcy Be s1lent S1lence never betrays you to J1m Colhns Eugenia Roberts Lee leaves her Z0 20 v1s1on to anyone who wants a blxnd date Franc1s Roberts Fran leaves h1s dark curly haxr to Bxlly Kokko Peter Ruokkola lPekkal leaves the fenders on h1s car Nancy Saarx Snuffyl leaves her r1ng collectlon to Jeanne Hoskmg Anne Sandstrom Snake leaves her drlvlng to Mr Wh1te Maurxce Talo Jet leaves Adolph s Station ln pxeces Fred Terres Tussl leaves h1s Jokes Thank goodness Sh1rley Terzaghx Trxz refuses to leave Jeff Chandler Judxe Toms Jud leaves the msurance pollcy on her heart to anybody who needs one Carol Wallmaa Wheezy leaves wxth F1ska John Wallxs Jaek leaves h1s cackle to the hens Robert Wassberg Wassle leaves the chem1stry lab to B111 Rxchards Ronald Watters Muddyl leaves for polnts unknown? U S 41 Arlene Zgorskl fZ1ggy leaves her last name on the 11st to anyone who doesn t want to be fu-st In wltness whereof we the Class of Nlneteen Hundred and Flfty Four have on the eleventh d y of June 1n the year of our Lord one thousand and nlne hundred and flfty four make publmc and decreed thls our Last Wlll and Testament Nell Carlson and Anne Sandstrom Wxtnesses Mxss Katheryn MaTY1Ott Mr Paul Mel1 . C J: . . .. . I M . . K y . . ' . . . . t . V . I . 4 U D: . . . .I . f . : . . O I Jr ' ' . . . q . J: . . . . . . . u D . 4 V . n. : .. . 3 . . . 4 J: - . . . n . 4 4 M . . . I Rita Ronn fGrandmal: leaves the rides in her jeep to Belmores. . C : . . . . C Dr ' ' . ' . . K 7: , . U . . . I : ' ' Z 1 K IJ ' ' I ' Jr . . K 5: . ,, . ' K lr ' " ' ' C - lr ' . 4 . V . . . U Q : ' 1 . J on . . . 1 . . 5: . , Class Prophecy Our Negaunee M1ch1gan whlch was once class1f1ed merely as a suburb of lshpemxng has made a great name for 1tself the world over Th1s has come about through the constructxon of the world s most modern a1rport The D D A1rport whlch has been recently f1n1shed under the capable leader Shlp of MISS Del1ght KOSk1 the famous and only woman eng1neer WX I . ' I3 I , . ,... . . ' 75 A . UQ . l . 4+ . i h I , . ' . 'T - . . ' . - u 1 . Q Q . 1 u 1 I jul: " . . . ' fx H . . . . I J . P1 - . . ' I ' - 0 .. . ' F5 - I . . :1 , . .- . . ,.. - ' O , . ' . .. ' . :S .- t ' .. - H' ' Q. T . 3 . fn . ' - .- . ' S11 - . I O- . ' . O n . . gg - . . . H - V - .. 1+ i . " . ' 1+ - - . I ' ' A O . . . .. Q-+ ' I ' ' - ' . sv . , , . 7 u . . 0 ..' . A . " - ' D3 . I ' 0 " A - . - . - g , , ' cv . . m I I . , H , , ' - . - l ' , . ' l - . . . i i - . . , I 1 - - ' l ' - ' ' J - I 1 ' - " . . ' 1 . - . ' 2 ' .. I ' l I - ' A N ' TJ U , . , , 5.1. X 1 .1 , . . it u IH ' r . ' x s . . i , N I X , , m ' X I , I I -. l , , I The top engxneers 1n our V1C1nltY Bob Alper1 Tom Connors Ellsworth Buddy Chapman Allan Ahola and Jack Erkk1la have looked lt over and have g1ven xt the1r hearty approval ty E Smce th1s 15 the newest largest most modern a1rport xn the U S It also IS equ1pped w1th a well tralned staff of phys1c1ans under the superv1s1on of Dr Raymond L Pame J B cause th1S alrport IS the best 1n the country Pr Pa1ne felt he must have the best assxstants So he called the most reputable head nurses from var1ous hospxtals Ln the country to help h1m These modern Florence N1ght1ngales oddly enough turned out to be members of the 1954 graduatmg class of Negaunee I-hgh School They are Anne Sandstrom Judle Toms Nancy Bertell Jane Cleven Sally lhamak1 Paul1neHutander Jul1e Mattson Kr1st1ne Phllllps Peggy Ranta and Carol Wal1maa lt also has a magn1f1cent ultramodern cafeter1a wh1ch IS under the capable management of Carol Chapman Nancy Lee Shrrley Burdeal '1ta and Mary Jane M1DgOF1 The xn ter1or 1S graced wlth the remarkable carpentry UL reter Ruokkala S1nce all these 1ntell1gent members of the class of 54 have Jobs 1n our now famous c1ty they got together and declded It would be nxce to have a reun1on After many weeks of plan Mrs Roberta He1demann Thornton who 15 res1d1ng Wlth her husband 1n the Yukon 15 com 1ng as far as Marquette by dog sled where she w1ll board the TWA She w1ll arr1ve at our a1rport at approxxm ately Z 00 o clock P M The reumon 15 scheduled to beg1n shortly after her arr1val We have just recelved word that Super Space Cadet Robert Wassberg w1ll be on tame 1f he can get h1s Model A Rocket runnmg He seems to be havmg some trouble gettmg lt started He lost the crank In case of any m1shap he may st1ll get here by bumm1ng a r1de w1th Harold Prston Matthews Presxdent of Flyxng Saucer Inter Planetary Travel Bureau Harold w1ll be at the controls of h1s new ly des1gned Space Spook In the eng1ne room of the Shlp 1S Space Mechanlc Robert F1Ska Johnson The a1rplane br1ngmg Mrs Thornton has just arr1ved and who 1S that comlng down the ramp beh1nd her 'P Ah yes It s Dave K-yellberg fly1ng all the way from Palmer Un1vers1ty where he holds the pos1t1on of Head D1rector of the Muslc Department Next 1n lme IS our most d1st1ngu1shed guest Holen Johnson l1fer who has been tempor ar1ly paroled through the kxndness of Governor Robert Ike Cope Governor Cope w1ll not attend because he IS attendxng a conventlon 1n Texas The renowned Afr1can w1ld dame game hunters John Yuss1 Carlson Dave Trapper Kangas and John Jeff Jarv1 have arr1ved after a successful hunt m the Sahara Desert Ronald I-lot Rod Kaupplla has arr1ved from lnd1anapol1s Ln h1s rac1ng car He crossed the f1n1sh l1ne ln f1r st place but was 1n such a hurry to be on t1me that he dldn t even stop to collect h1s k1ss from the famous motxon pxcture star Lass1e Here comes the noted des1gner Mxss R1ta Balzarmx w1th her Par1s1an models the Mad emoxselles Gall Kxvela and Nancy Saar1 Joan Mess1er and Ellzabeth Cory pr1vate secretar1es for the dxrector of MGM have Just arr1ved Wlth thexr boss Ln h1s prxvate Jet The members of the Jub1lee Class who have already arrxved have entered the cafeter1a and are Waltlhg for the rest of the reunlon guests to arr1ve Entermg now 1S the d1St1l'lgl11ShEd dent1st Dr FTHHCIS Roberts The other dent1sts 1n town have made h1m an outcast because he s been monopol1z1ng the trade of the faxrer sex Well look who s com1ng now none other than the former R1ta Ronn lt seems that R1ta 1S now head drummer ln the Alr Force Band Both Mr and Mrs are maklng a career ofthe A1r Force Everyone IS wav1ng at a Wac, who has just made her entrance Who IS she? None other than L1eutenant Nancy Jordan Just return1ng from an mter planet peace conference Chauffeur Tom Goldsworthy has brought to a stop the l1mous1ne la1d out the velvet carpet and who 1S 1t7 Why Cel1a Kaupplla our nat1on s most reputable woman doctor And now entermg we have the comb1ned owners and operators of the Suomx Soup Shop Dorls Mak1 L1ly Ranta and Arlene Zgorsky The d1st1ngu1shed soup sl1nger MISS Mar1on Peura, w1ll arr1ve late because she was deta1ned by State Food Inspector Robert Lamp1 and Super Soup Salesman woman Florence Campbell of Campbell Soup Company Here s Mar1lyn Hemm1la carry1ng her ledgers She expla1ned she had to take them w1th her 1n order to f1n1sh them because her boss Fredrlck Tuss Terres manufacturer of left handed shoes, has been swamped Wlth demands for h1s shoes Mr Terres w1ll arr1ve later because he s havmg a hard t1me gett1ng h1S left hand shoe on h1s r1ght foot Who s th1s com1ng'7 Why M1ss Sh1rley Terzagh1 current entertamer at the Black Dlamond N1ght Club owned and operated by Marv1n Peterson and B111 Palm Thls mght club 1S located where the Negaunee Youth Center used to stand Lesl1e Melka who has been play1ng Wlth the Harlem Cflobetrotters for the last couple of seasons IS now entermg through the back door The Trotters have released h1m because they found out he s the wrong color Mr Louxs Beacco the former Madge Danlelson 1S unable to attend because she cannot fxnd a baby s1tter for the l1ttle Beaccos The members of the class are now be1ng seated at thexr respect1ve places Mr Robert La1tur1 1n char ge of seatxng arrangements has Just made the greatest mxstake of h1s l1fe by Seatlng Senators Nell Cubbo Carlson Dem and John Junttlla Rep l next to each other They are aga1n argu1ng pol1t1cs after twenty f1ve years The former Lee Roberts who IS s1tt1ng at the table on the far left has had to resort to be1ng a part t1me employee at the bank because she IS busy ra1s1ng her l1ttle ex Skewlses Gale Sonny Harry our nat1onally known home town speedster who s1ts 1n the Cha1r of Honor was made even more wxdely known when he ran two hundred f1ve yards for the wxnnmg touchdown 1n the Rose Bowl game Because of the d1scovery of thls new phase of atomxc energy the football flelds have been enlarged . . . 0 . . . . , - 1 . . . . . - 1 . . . . . . . 7 . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 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Admxral John Wall1s and h1s brovtn fleet has now made h1s usual late entrance accom pan1ed by chlef deck swabber Ron Ellls Apache Ace Lee Johnson and Sly Old Fox Denn1s Beba Kosk1 r1val coaches are at oppos1te ends of the table gunnmg sp1tballs at each others pockets The food for th1s elegant meal has been courteously donated by Bob La1t1nen manager of the newly expanded A 81 P store Vxh1Ch now covers seventeen blocks lt took super delxverers Len R1vers and Ronald HaataJa e1ghteen tr1ps to dellver the enormous amount of food to feed the mult1tude The meal f1n1shed the class has settled down to watch the after dlnner show Some of the old talent 15 stlll goxng strong A number IS just bemg fxmshed IH wh1ch Claudette Holm and Delv1n Anderson played a beaut1ful ballet on the1r accordxans While the thmrd member of the tr1o Ray Luhta stood by w1th a lump 1n h1s throat He swallowed h1s mouth or gan The next enterta1ner 15 Ray Houd1n1 Prxdeaux who has made a name for h1mself by be1ng the greatest escape art1st ln the hlstory of entertamment He IS our headlmne performer Tomght he w1ll do h1s outstand1ng stunt by attemptmg to escape from a pau' of handcuffs whlch have been desxgned by Maurlce Jet Talo Presxdent of the Talo Metal Works of Uus1 Suom1 Owen Marjama the famous Bookle IS tak1ng bets on whether or not Ray w1ll get out of the handcuffs Jeanne French1e Lakar1 Ray s ass1stant has placed a large sum on the hand cuffs and Ron Muddy Watters the reputed ant1que car collector IS bettxng h1s entlre col lect1on he has both of them here on Prxdeaux s escape Last as usual but not least w1ll be Mr and Mrs Ken Pellow Bonme Bannon and Ken Pellow the famed sxngmg and dancing team They are now entertaxnmg wlth a troupe The young Pellows are do1ng f1ne S1gned Secretary for 1954 Class Reumon Accordlng to a d1spatch later recelved by the Iron Herald and the Nee Hy Nuz the guests at the concluszon of the above descrxbed reun1on the loudest and longest smce the l"1amond Jubxlee Celebrat1on departed for the a1rport to take a tr1al rxde 1n two recently xmported Cornet Caravans newest ln the f1eld of space travel Those reporters who had been sent from Negaunee s two great papers to get the complete story are st1ll wa1t1ng 1n an old d1lap1dated bulldlng whlch was once cons1dered the va orld s most modern alrport . . . U 1 ,, V . l l u 11 u vs - K J ' - y 1 . . . , - I V . . , . - , . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Y . . I . . . . . 1 . . . . . .5 . .,, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - Y . . ns vu . . . 1 n . u . ,, . . . I xl 0 ov - 1 - - 0 1 1 .4 ,, . . . . . 1 1 ' C D ' ' 1 9 1 K 7 . . K . . . . . . . Q 1 . . . 1 . . . -' """"- "1T". . I . . . . . . . I , . 1 . . . . . . . . . . V , - EL 5' ily Iha k I If I X Ns! ' J, -fxsxil g"s 1 N s- x ' ? my 51450 'qaQf 6v 'lf ' J' -- G ma U' lunzor Class Treasurer JANET ISAACSON Us dj' 1.-f Secretary MARLENE KARVF1 A Presxdent ROGER ST -IOHN CLASS ADVISORS Mr Arthur Wassberg Mrs jean Sundqulst CLASS COLORS Scarlet and Whlte CLASS FLOWER Whlte Rose CLASS MOTTO .05 -V tudent Councll .IAC KIE. LANG LOlS To The Stars Through Dlfflculty ,pg Vxce Presmlent Sl-IARLEEN VALENTE L A ' I 4'- , ap -,L , . 'W fl LL f- A -- it cv -2 Iumor Class mf? foto' X' -Iii 5 ,rs LeRoy Anderson Davxd Anderson ohn Alongo -ww... VW? .al oh Bean 'Kar N' Ross Arbehus james Antllh :IW 3 ,vs joyce Corkm james Connors Robert Collins :FN can Goldsworthy 'RR if ,,.-, ,ff Chapman I Nancy Beauchame -...N james Fr edncks on Wllham Dowe Qf"I Franz Gotzel Barbara Gorst james Colhns james Gervae C27 Irene Grayes Gaz ' 'J ' Q kj V Q ' j - W' Q. ?l15f':Qi T X74 ' I HQ f f f ss, :- if M , f J f Q 2+ ' v' 7 , 44' - Nz: K ' k Robert , A , ,. K L V fm as I K f J fl A ang. ,Y x , 'x I I f v 6' . 5 if fi G' A ,Z if ' 5 ,Vu K is -xx Q I . 'Q f "' , -ls, 1- 'aj LC? jx. - J , Tv? Vs., Melvm H111 as -,ga Rxchard johnson Robert Kangus Rose Hold in R oxme johns on Nancy Kurppmen Iun1or Class rl Q Alxce Holrnx us QNX Wlllxam juhla Phxlxp Kempumen was Davxd Har-ju Bettxe Hyfy Mxchael KAIIIOIDOD Nancy Kjellberg I 2- .,, f I if L. Larry Harmela 'ax ii Lee Ives -s li john Kangas 12' W Q :gm Katherxne H111 Q'- jerry johnson G Dunn Kangns Aff' "W,-1 -tp' jack Korpx Leon Korte 4? X S al mn: Richard Laxtmen joyce Korpx Carol Koskx A? :typ la,- Frances Laltmen lumor Class -Q JV! I-f 'tiff x., Duane Korte wwf W ,,, Faith Koskl 'KT7' JoAnn I.aMere 'W 'Q' Nancy Lxndstrom Wxlham Kunnnrx Robert Lang 1o1s Carolyn Mak: .760 Beverly LaBelle 5'-'74 wx ,W 'Q Carl Lau kka p-vnxn A wan--v Raymond Mak: an vv'11 -lame s Lahtmen pn... Annette Lehtmen 1. sf'-1 Mary Maki 'rig-'il 1 1 I 9 5 n in .. N, lg I ' " 'Y A : ' 4 f 1, Q N X Q . T ii ' ,,, V' I ' . f , -he Th '77 "K gf' gl . . , umm! -if 01 ,. wil 1 Jn. 0 : A , 'wwf U g- F as , . 5 ? 1, . 19 ff' 'if' ' . My '1 In X . .fri I' , qv -A V Q- X fi A., 6 M e H ' f K I' x 4 , n ,-ag in A , r ' . i j 61 , 4' ' 1 xx 'Q' 'Qu Floxse Nexmx pf Y Ruth Pesola 'il Irene Ruol-cola Al? 'K' Beatrice Nu'n1koskx 'UQ' My Erxc Puramen Marvm Saarx I umor Class 7155 julaxne Olhkamen Robert Prudom Mavxs Saarx rv Q' jean Mantela Elden Parkkonen E' Sue Renowden Betty Schelander :vga Lowell Murjama Roy Mattson 'V Mary Peilow Corrine Pelto Lowell Ricklard Mary Romback n nn ,, C- :iii N n if ' gf .ti if x T' L 'T 1' 4 pn C? x . X 1 1 V V b I 16 .E 9 1' 'I' n ' ' t X-if' 1 'b ff. f f A W Q 5 1- f NM I 5 'L , 3 Q ,n ""' 1 n W C1 Q Q 4 . A ' fs., 15' lumor Class l 'Zh-vc' tv Davxd Davxd Tom s Dick Sexton Q L55 Ma y Wallmaa Davxd Vloletta xi -'N si Stua t Valente NO Alverna Cavallo Lloyd jarvl Bruce Laurlla B111 Mxtchell fc,-f Rxchard Wertanen T PICT URED Edward Mollanen Shu-ley Roberts Paul Savolamen William Whxte '27 T7 Rxta Wxlson X A. 'Q , f l l l S: l 4 6 ? ff? C- X. l seg "J , '5 Z' K :-4-- Tuoriniemi , ' Ti ff ,N f R K A ax 1 L .f . 'K' .. V -- l . ,bg . -.W ' gf-Q N .J y Q1 '. 'ttf' ' 5? I' ll l W A U A ' D C, o'l-Y Remember when Nancy held up the Marquette bank Deep m the woods Mer"-V you kxds ng Souls Havmg fun '7 'P 3 Don t stram yourself in A wmnmg vmlat mo ersmg Draw mg numbers P1-esxdent .JAMES HODGE .54 Secretary SHARON KOR PI Sophomore Class in-' Treasurer JUDY RAIHALA CLASS ADV ISORS Mr Robert Northey Mxss Mary Shurtleff Vlce President DAVID GHIARDI Student Counc 11 jOYCE MANSKE 5' Z? - D is V, W "Wa as s 6 D sf .. Q- 'hi Q Q, if LEFT TO RIGHT Faye Allen Ray Anderson James Anderson Judxth Anderson 1:3562- 3? LEFT TO RIGHT Iames Bogetto Iohn Brazl ey Patrxcla Campbell Patrxcxa Carlson 3:9 H5 C-. W 1' phomore Class Pvf' 2 Y' LEFT TO RIGHT Wxllxs Anderson Vernon Annehn John Bath Shirley Bessolo UIQ Wx are Q?" JM' ,4Y"'m 515' , in wr, LEI-T TO RIGHT Bruce Conradson James Conradson Susan Cory Carol Curtxn 68 ICN LEFT TO RIGHT Stanley Chapman, Louls Chxrx Barbara Collins Bruce Collxns 45 JY' M75 Ulf-5 if LEFT TO RIGHT Karen Granlund Robert Grayes Sophomore Class Rxchard 1-Iahka Tom Hares -C! 9. :Urn Pb" LEFT TO RIGHT Judlth H111 Marlene H111 Mar1ene H1manka Barbara Holappa is fxgs' Q56- is LEFT TO RIGHT Bonnxe Dahlstrorn Robert oe Dunquxst Edna Etelamakx Edward Ete1amak1 1.324 4- 'iii man Annette H111 Corrlne H111 L png CH!! T' 'qua .ul""- rt 1 LEFT TO RIGHT Joyce Holman Jeanne Hoskxng Kath1eenIhamak1 Roger Jennxngs 5- 69 ff. : ' I 3, ' 1' an ' N ,I lm f ' I 2 1 ,.,- S Q4 1, 71 is ,, 5 , 2 A1 I H' gy 2 gf . H , 3 F' A-. 1 . , 3 I 2 1 2 g . 3 f gg , F f ' ' 'fb 1,1-:FT TO RIGHT: Paul Hemmila, Robert Her- "1'- 5 1 ' V ' xr, A Q if '53 If ,4 1 ,F I E73 C I N 4, f W b I ta 4 4- :C - ' 'E : , ' V A . A- I . ' 11 ', ' . K Y L 1' f L ff Mvx - ' 1 ' P, 1 LEFT TO RIGHT Lynn Johnson Marilyn John son Robert Johnson Sharon Johnson Eb Qt Sophomore Class 1? E LEFT TO RIGHT Betty Kark1 Sandra Kemp axnen Loxs Kempthorne Mary Ann Klvlsto WH! Wm LEFT TO RIGHT Joanne Kujala Wxlllam Kurxn Davxd Lahti Suzanne Lahtx 70 av 'E' 4- X 'Q' HN Y 014' 49" LEFT TO RIGHT Sharon Jokx, Carolee Kaml Geraldme .Tuchemxch Ray JU'-113 -vs Kb LEFT TO RIGHT Ray Klvxsto Jacob o Marlene Koski Shxrley K1-ook hen rpm : , ' - A , 4. J Q I :Q D A ' . ' P 7 ' t xr ' 51.1 v ' I ' X I - ' 4 1 -.,, ,,,Q,I' 1 4 I ' ' ' 4 I , 'V ,J 'jgfln - ' I ik .,L ,. K F' , M ' 1 rm , I I Iaoa U If L31 K S gs 'If I Y' I rf LEFT TO RIGHT Dennxs Lakarx Nancy a Mere Ronald Lamml Bob Larson LEFT TO RIGHT Donna Levxelle Rxchard Lukkonen Bob Luokkala Mary Ann Mac Donald T-?"" Sophomore Class 54? 'Wx an Q? LEFT TO RIGHT Wlllxam Lahtx Bob Laxtala Ann Laxtxnen Gerald Laxturx LEFT TO RIGHT Vxrgxnxa Larson Barbara Laukka Nancy Lelvxska Shxrley Lequxa KN' x Ham If LEFT TO RIGHT Dale Mak: Fon Maki Ronald Makx Bxlly Matthews 71 LEFT TO RIGHT Beatrxce Mattson Carla Mattson Pon Mattson .Ton Neeley wsrw LEFT TO RIGHT Patsy Pascoe- Eugene Pel A401 Af' X. J L 'SM LEFT TO RIGHT Darlene Rexxkx Helen Rxvers Wayne Roy Carol Ruesmg 72. ophomore Class 'Una ,nk al' 'sf X ,f 'B L4 if ggg-ff '1 LEFT TO RIGHT Lyle Nxemx Robert Oster Nancy Paavola Nlelan P8TlKk0h8h uv? Sl-gif mv A glllll ds. fl X LEFT TO RIGHT Sharon Pezzottx Francxne I"hll1PS Carolyn P0510 lNaom1 PYUSI 13""9 T if .,, -ar e A y , , , ' ' ' c. , 5 'I Q23 7 . L R- 're G 1 H' 5 2 A T Al KX 5 ,Q A ' L, A gl '. I ' ', , Q ig , ' ' S '. at T 'fx r -. Ll .YV x ' E Lcxt - .Q ANI.: K t .I linen, Lowell Peunrose, Joann lgeterson. - ' W ' Ai larhf K I 'K U s 's Q WV V ",.' f , 'N A wx N Xe A B I Q U L 5 H 'Y M ' . Raw ,., bg, 2 , , I Wi: f 'y Z - ' ' an Us "' , . M in fs: .L 1,1 Sophomore Class LEFT TO RXGHT Ingrxd Ruokala Jeanette Salo Sandra Sharp Vlrgxnxa Sxronen 1 -114' LEFT TO RIGHT James Skewls Pat Smxth Karen Spagnola James btolnack 4 R A' 'N "1 N.. Y '11 finis- w5 's sq my LEFT TO RIGHT Ruth Strahm Jerome Tak 2: on : ' , , L Q AQ , , . . . . l Q X. . - 'ff 1. :A , 1 J ' I - X 1 , : A . I . I 5:1 NN I ,QMS 0 ' J r. A ". "" - J' ff 1 f . :AQ I ,,,- . . . lp K , , - 'fi Q F- ' V fe anen, Nick Taseris, Joyce Tenhunen. fl Z . . ' '-Q - 'ff For . J 4 .ff i in M A Y I .-.1 I A ,g. 6 2 f I X I ' f " Q 'I ' f n -. I 1 711 Q -..M 5 I - 4' 5 ' . . ' . I , vs vis' -- ' Y , I ,K Q ' 1 -qs-4 ff P Nu-A fb-1 LEFT TO RIGHT Henrietta Terres John Tre gomng Joyce Trewhella John Winter kfwpx an WN' Befiv York NOT PICTURED Betty Hakenjos June Hmtsala 73 Freshman Class CLASS OFFICERS ff! Q'-14" wry A WILLIAM HYRY CHARLES OLI ILA RICHAR D BOR N Pres ldent V1ce Pres ldent Secretary Treasurer Student Counc 11 Class Advxsors Mr Colhns an 19" dl fy .I " 'N fe' EDWARD VANNI Wxllxam Hyry Charles Olhla Edward Vannl Rlchard Born Ma1la Mallett d M155 A1-neth af" 35101 F 'QL' MAILA MALLETT The Freshmen have enjoyed thexr flrst year In Senlor hlgh school They have partlclpated ln re serve football and basketball and all the other school actwitmes open to Freshmen On Halloween they held thelr annual class party whxch was a bxg success 74 an , n .. g -1, f ri- ' 4' A Cl 5 -ff' ,3 A S 1-f r xi, W. li ' L, ' C. S .r'. 'S Q, A H: .. ' " - . 1- nl 1 ' , ' 1 'g lijfgiii ' ,iss it ,U is I V ,V . -R , V JL- A V li, age:- Y-I Sheldon Ahola Sherry Belm ore 54' va. Robert Carolyn wwf Danxe Etelamakl Aureha Gremer , K , 'X as "' -s rx as Dlane Anderson Rodney Bes solo 45 fm. Km if Gerald Chapman M,--.,,,.n 41,11 Wfkf ohn Fredrxckso 6' iff Louxs Guxzzettl Freshman Class 'SW vu Nils ni Ralph Annala ZW Nr'- Rosahe B1-xsson I. hornas Conradson J-its 'inn Ldward Gagnon ""! Kms... ? Sharon Antllla farr""l' Louanne Bronkhorst Shu-ley Cram Roberta Goodhue ,nu but-' Patrxma Bruce Hansen Hampton 1' ' as 1- tl-4 Bernard Bean Dons Buxton av. Phyllxs Dxghera .4-r""" Abe Guy Gbtzel joan Harju gv- pf., ALJ' Marsha Beauchame --Q.. Beatrxce Campbell 1115! N-.-1 Ann E'.111s judxth Granlund E Carl Hendrxckson C N ,M - 3 xg . ,.. 'M ' A , X 0 Q .3 at S. 'W " :ij ' A., X 1 Qe-. -' W 53. - , ., ' '- ol., of , 4 r a ' ,..,.M .s-A -1 x , D M 'L' '57 nw 9 1' X X ' 'A 0... V' ,' X ' 4. L. 1 C N r S Y-ff in , .K. V . J 5 L X xt 257, A Q LJ- ,fkwrjikal ii r:,V 'QC' gf. no L- 3 c.. of HQZZV M if. Q t V , ' -fu' In I .' , I 1 , .X 4 iQ . My . ' V. , .V Q 5 8 5, 4? ,, R, W K ik . V' S? A ,QM m 4. - so Q G sz. L LXIGEE4 .-z. r w I ,M MW, Q- -2 f V , C 2 I .Q S 1 s.ma A ' , , 1 J U 5 , -f. fe Q i s 4 L 'N "' "' 3 ' n ' f c. 'Q ' ' f X l 'd .Im W V Y 'hum'- 1.4: Dorothy H111 jean jar V1 ,ew 40 -qvvlr 'f th 5 Mary Kangas Q36 4.51 Carol Kokko vwaa -wp wwf Rosahe Laxturl 'ii-Nw vi Edward Hoj nackx ,rf .. WST! Wayne jar V1 Sonja Kangas -nw William Kokko john Lakarl Freshman Class MH john Holmi Rs' 'Kr-v Ronald jenkxns ax' nav' Arlene Kempamen Sally Korpx MW ww Fred LaMere A Shxrley Hult had Howard johnson .fs ar Douglas Klvlsto in 'Olaf 'U N, .O N. Rxchard Korts Don Larson Leonard Isaacson .pay C' Patr1c1a johns on GX -was Edward Kwxsto Mr N Joyce Kos kx ln Karen 4:-as Walter lalonen LA janet Kangas .AUS 'Huw Malvadeen Knott ona Forest Nancy Larson Larson I lg av Paul Lar son 3 Kathryn M ac Donald 's -pq. if N 'S' 1. Donald Matta Qsqg We-4 Jeanne Moilanen '33 A Freshman Class wr Paulme Laukka IUN Wm Ruth Makela --.qv Davld Matthews 'Q QVC! Roger Nxcholas x A Nancy Lewns Clyde Makx vl- -v-H-Q ,sw Leona Mattson f- .am "aug 3 1 Davxd Lind str om may Q' Karen Makx und Gerald Melonl 1-sd Carol Nlemx Douglas 4? Nexml 'T Marjorie Bernard Marvm Yvonne Parkkonen Pelto Pxzmll Plzmh ..- Barbara ,cs-.1 C' Q. G joseph Lcukkala Luccl Loura Makx AGXVQ '11 45..- Ohvla Mem 010 Amta Nurmm 4-1 C5 I Karen Prusi 0 4'- 'STI Deanette Manmnen Marxlyn Mlller Margaret Oates Frank Raxhala E ' l ' ,N 1 A 5 4 .bw rg: W- Q . V0 Li, 6' 5 , , my 1 .,, ,Y 1 X . . P M" - hi r. 5 i A - A 5 ,.x A. VM. A J m K- N yfw - ' . 3' X f 6 1 I -'IN - E ' A ' . 4, 'M e . e , f , Vh , ..,- m y rg ig' N A LL K K A ,, , A K. ., -e x, Q 62.5 A fl. 475 L L . gg cL. ,,1 -1, Y , is as , W ' - L 6 - -xAk I 4' V '- t Q4 K 4"' , , F -,I g f . W. 1511.5 . S A gr, L ,S ' 'Zn-2 "' -zzzli'-fx: , g' We -Y iq E 'f f S f 5 x E ! F v 47' . 7 T, s an . nu s L, t --' ' 'Q ,Q 'E' . ' f 5 1, is 3 . c ff 1. 3 -Q V 4 V E 2 4, Q V I . - :L 'V 2 S X I Q ' Edsel Rmta Fred Rlvers ,pam -Qing, 17 Robert joanne Ross Romback V .1 Richard Seeg Elaine Tessmer H9 Paul 78 Wxllxams Freshman Class Yvonne Donald RIVCTS Roberts Lorrame SHUI' I Salm e r ' " A Wwwmfwf wg-.Ns-W fs -grin :tk Mix as-., ...sy- I Nancy Roberts lf! 'QW Sharon FQ Q WY i Erne stxne Dxane Robert Davnd Tamblyn Tgbo Spencer Sylvester 'qu , judith T hom n s A5516 'K Frank Wuo lukka -.., '23,- .1-mg., Ro Th0mP50l'1 Truscott Q. 1515 x X 4 beft Mhfglflt George Walxmaa NOT PICTURED Mary Anderson Mary Damelson June Jacobson john jordan Ronald Lehtmen Q Barbara Rom back .L 1917- .40- se .cha Mildred Rughgrd Salo Salo Nl- Carol Tessmer -an-pa Ralph Watters T' LaBe11e as Ls k was 4: t Q Q , ,af t , 5' ' W , L S.. 1,1 i is j - ., M A 5 ' L , I L 17 3A V ' 11' 'D - 1 1 - as .. r rr A M 5 ,.. iii W t ,sg j" . I ag , . V, If 4, " G Q , "" Q n X P I ' T J - A .L fn 1- M 5 - If s f tb 2 ssr we , 1- L . - A gk A A Eg if ' P, I , "J 93: , ' F , v , ' ' f I f so -o f fx 7 - ', . V V L V 'g fl n ' ,Jas f 1 5 .ir 71-55 315' fb ' ' fr" -U M532 . 5 I' ? i 4 gi A I f I - 1 V Q -as 1 H48 ,,,,, . X 5 ' . 7555? --------- L.. W i . , - 6 V , , ,' is ,, L ., I Eighth Grade Q ag: Z. . A 1 in , A ul jul. --- K V 5 'T .-'Yi y gn 9 ' A " 5 4. -nf ga -1-A ' T, fe may ' 1 1 2 in-f A . I -.- IK. I1 KL. T7 5 I, , XX A ROBERT MANSKE KAREN WIGG EDITH NYLANDER BARBARA P005 Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Siudehi COUHCII DANIEL MAKI Presxdent CLASS ADVISORS MxssM1ller Mr Heldemann ROW ONE Nancy Dobson A1168 Dompxerre ROW TWO Keuh Gagnon Paul Hakkarlnen Judnh Robert Manske Joan IN1em1 Donald Nurmx Patrlcxa Palm Judlth Pascoe Joyce Peterson STAND ING Tom Anderson Lee Erck Wxllxam Douney Paul Rosten Mary Lou Andrews Marxlyn Johns Jean Johnson Wayne Young Marxlyn Lahti Darlene Unto Karen Vhgg Joanne lf redrxckson Daud Karhx Donald Gagnon Tuominen, Jeaneite Hill, Shebly Himanka, Carolyn Holman. Susan Ives, ROW THREE: Naoma Laurila. 1 1 I 4, N Y H , 1 n u 'Q 'I 1 Eighth Grade ROW ONE Russell .Iacka Kenneih Peterson, Donald Larson Nxrgxnxa Kdfkl Mary Lou Bogetto Ruth Carlson Francis Chetto ROW TWO Charles H111 Ann Marxe Dc-Larye James Hextxkko Daud Johnson, herald Smlth Robert Rexchel Bruce Jennmgs Rxchard Ellxs STANDING Carol Juchemlch Corrxne Laak Barbara Ve-rran Karen Kdeseman Evelyn N1em1 Eumce Johnson Nancy Vvllund Robert Bdkkx Lawrance Jandredu Eugene Watters Tohn Bartle Wxllmrn Johnson ROW ONE Lllorm Sddrx Jean Hendrxckson H arrlet Kemp Caryl bundlne Wayne Tullxlx Donna Wxlson Marlon Whltford Ruth Nxeml ROW 'I WO Nancy Jurmu IVIBTIIYYI Rogers M lrxe Aho I- red LQMQ-re Eugene If-Izottx Dan1elMdk1 lack bxxuld Edxth Nyldnrier STANDING iuhc Kc-mp Puty Barckx Jenn LCXEIIIIE Pdtrxc Corsi Pfsrbdrd Roberts Shxron Dxrllng Mararei Parkxnen Mlxlne Repold Parbdrd Roos Eighth Grade ROW ONE W1111am Bond Raymond Borlace Alton Chapman Nancy Chlnn ROW TWO Sandra Col lxns Barbara Dave Tudy Dunstan Terry H111 ROW THREE Joy Holman Kathryn Tohnson Nancy Johnson Tames Collxns Nancy Arcand ROW FOUR Kathryn Mattson Leroy Mann1la Kenneth M01 Ianen 1 erry Belmore STANDING Ilona Rubatt Ie-anne Qandatrom Nancy Rxvcrs Peter Paxne Gwenyth bwanbon Joan Vloletta Lyn Wmklund Leona Kananen Ann Pxchards Julxa Parkonen Mar JOTIS Mattson Maxxne Lahtx T PICTUR Betty Gentz Wxlham Hopmack1 Jean Herman Sharon Johns on Gordon Rogers Robert Jucherruch Rlchard Jandreau NO ED .ae 1.1 RUDOLPH JOHNSON KAREN DRYGE X1 e President Secretary ge Seventh Grade .aw-'.,.n an 4 vow -W, an-,rf LQ Wir' 4... ,Y L SANDRA GERNDT TOM LEKLIN President CLASS ADVISORS Miss Northey Mr Light T...- 82 has-.L Qu- KAREN ANNELIN EDWAF D CORY Treasurer Stutlenf Council ER NEST SALO ROW ONE Richard Lexvxska, Kay Leklin, Walter Lakari, Paul Matero, Pauline La Boef ROW TWO Elaine Kivisto, Robert Johnson, Ronald Jandreau, Karen Dryge. ROW THREE: Dale Hxnsala, Jill Heij, Richard Box-lace, James Hamilton. ROW FOUR: Robert Cram, Edward Cory, Paul Carilli. STANDING: James Uitto, William Wuolukka, Paul Carollo, Richard Matta, Robert Stenfors, Maxine Karhi, Joellyn Vanni, Minera Anttonen, Lois Jalonen, Karen Mitchell, Nancy Verran, Darlene Saari, Kenny Young, Paul Poll-cinghorn. NOT PICTURED: Wayne Larson, Walter Harsila. X Seventh Grade ROW ONE Robert Mnller Robert Kantola Robert H111 ROW TWO Elame Nurmx Gerald Koskl Leroy Jarvl .Ioan Borlace ROW THREE Nancy Pascoe Wxlllam Kujala Albert Jenklns Blanche Doucette ROW FOUR Judxth Lakanen Bruce Johnson Patrxck Downey ROW FIVE Ann La Mere, Carol Roberts Robert Iorchxnl Mlchael Roberts STANDING Karen Annelxn Darlene Rxce James Garceau Rudolph Johnson Bruce Stevens Wxllxam Wassberg James Stone Ronald Warren Robert Racette Thomas Leklm Duane Kallxolnen, Deanna Antllla NOT PICTURED Lee Sayrmg RON ONE Carol Mattson Damel Knott George Freeman Robert Pxzxalx ROW TWO Wayne Karp Loxs Hxll W1llldfTlllf81T1lO Robert Polunghorne N11chaelAsJrnaa POW FOLR Iohn Makela Paul Jaru Carol Rantanen Dorthw, La lvere Karen Tenhunen POW FINE Patrxcla 'viz-lka Clxsta in derson IVTHTNID Harry George Su-onen STANDING Joan Euald Daxxd Korts -Klan Hendrxrl-:son Dennis Jaru NOT PICTLRED Ernestxne Nkllls pinen, Ernest Salo, Diane Deschaine, Larry Rush, Sandra Gerndt. ROW THREE: Einar Kempainen, Old Study Hall Interzor New Gymanaszum Interzor EIJCIFIL LIFE S I L .. 'un I .1 fl -if f-'Qt A mx 4 .' Sw . 1' f A -'ii' 'H ' K ' ' - f 'di ' gr' 1 'X , A an se! 'Tl '-'N F 1 Lew, L. gg? .A .- 55, A - ' " wi-" '4'-L' 1' x fi ik 3 -3 i A 93 3 ze' lu 5 4 ik an , Y If Tm, 5 YQ fi re . 'mea 'wi ' 3 , , Y 1 .ggi .gf . Q X, 5. V1 ,K ' 5 - -. - -, - ' ' .1 . f ' 1 . L, ' ' f. 5 ' - 5 , 7 , . , , I , H 3 f , .1 - 5 v - ' , is V 4 Q 1 rf' M3 3 ,A ,X f"'f 1..JL mxmwspmwf ' ' 4 ff it A 'Y A l , My W , J 1 5 U ,EW ... Q 2 ' . i T ' . 'M' , rv A , 4 f ' L J. -a . rl .M , f. I L vi I H YQ I .6 - e . 'Q I na' km Q' If T inn E, 2 . 3 n 2 i . ,, .ffA I . ' i 5 3 'L il ,, 5 if 3 5 A 'S S 0 X, an B Sophomore '77 Xaxatlon 7 Crime an. Art of fe get it!!! And a1lM1ss Shurtleff dxd was work" Party What are you dreaming of, Lois ? May we have one joyce'7 '7 Hard workers Grand March Lookm through the cornstalks Freshman jxm jordan and Nancy Roberts are crowned Kmg and Queen - v 0 It must be good hey What a racket' Party They all look so contented That "boarding house reach" The party had a guest! X ee Seventh . if Grade F Party ,, Chow line f' QA X e-N .,,. Eat hearty, boys. Who are these fW07 7 7 Smile Albert, it's not that bad! Q U N Free handouts 7 ? ? Party entertaine Eighth Grade Party Danny Makx heads the grand march Smile P1'eU5Y Bafbal' Watch out for my feet Marching along N "N 'wx X 'ft L 'QWZW an V h ing?-QW., ' 1 .NN ff N ' R 10" 1' atrxcxa Melka Dxanna Antxlla Grace Mattson Joan Borlace Carol Mattson Ernestme Wxlls Sharon Parkkonen Judxth Lakanen Karen Tenhunen Blanche Douc ette Elaxne Nurmx Dorothy LaMere Carol Roberts and Ann LaMere l F 94 136 - Chrzstmas Tea -s. A vxsxt from Mxss Hxldebrand and EXh1b1f ,-as Karen Annelxn joan Rice Nancy Pascoe- Carol Rantanen and Sandra Gerndt M3 ...ff Passmg mspectlonl 'WWW , K' yn -gf-q- rw An xnterestmg display' X ' v .w . 0 5 5 ' . If 0 , ' fur". 4 . . , . Y' , qs. 'K L uf' ' . . V , . Q 5 A 0 1 ' 1 f - , ' 3 J . i .' ' A Q , ' .. - 5 ,IJ X X V i I I ' r ' , '-'IW 3 -1 , ' m avi' vu. w f I k F , gin mf ff' - - - ' 2' . f I 1 L Q ' f 3i L 5 , a . r ' 1 -I , ff x -, XJ- ' ,lla iii! 1,1 H' 'YQ' K N, h , N' '- K., , , 'Qui :."v 'f Vu ' i . - ' . . . , ' .15 .yarfl ' '. an . . ,gin 1, b.A'-'- ',' pg.: , . ". " 2 A-'. - '-v ' ',. " . 'eg "ff ' if' , I ,, 1- 1 1 - ,Ll ,,' g' .vw-4 ' .. 1. 'VA lar FIETIVITIES f?7-,49L In 0 0 9 A 1 0 0 O -'ah y X 3 ' f 4 an Zczflflu Pioneer STANDING Baca Row left to rxght Nancy Kjellberg Falth Koskx Carolyn Mak1 Marlene Karvela Corrlne Pelto Jean Goldsworthy Jacquelxne Langloxs Sharleen Valente Davxd Kjellberg John Junt STANDING Second Row left to rlght Dlana Kangas Mary Walxmaa Katy H111 Annette Lehtlnen Mamlyn Hemmxla Lee Johnson Ron Kaupplla Robert Alper1 John Carlson and Fred Terres SEATED Left to rxght Bonnxe Bannon Allce Holm1 and Betty Schelander tila, Ken Pellow, Rita Balzarini, Beverly LaBelle, Florence Campbell, and Bob Cope. The Negaunee High School annual goes as far back as 1906. It was then called the Negauneensian It was continued as the Negauneensian until 1931, but was not published every year. In 1953, the publication of a yearbook was resumed under a new title The Pioneer. The diamond jubilee issue is, therefore, the second of The Pioneer series. For this year the staff has made a special effort to include some information and photos that might be of interest to alumni. Walsworth Bros. of Marceline, Missouri were the lithographers. Mr. Sulo Oja and Mr. Waino Maki were the photographers. Mr. Ray'Brotherton and Miss Ruby Trathen furnished pictures of the old schools. Student camera fans, especially Delight Koski and Bob Laituri, provided the informal photos. Miss Tullberg and her art ,classes were of invaluable assistance to the staff in planning the book. The staff is also indebted to Mr. Rudness and his Print Shop boys. STANDING Left to right Roberta Heidemann Judie Toms Carol Chapman Miss Marriott Shirley Burdeau Anne Sandstrom Kristine Phillips Sally Ann lhamaki Margaret Ranta Mary Jane Mxngore Patty Ranta Joan Messier Nancy Lee Neil Carlson Delight Koski and Bob Laiturx SEATED Left to right Madge Danielson Sue Renowden Miss Tullberg and Liz Cory - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . - ' 1 1 1 - sl-lmfilllllii-, isnzf NHGLUN1-:E HIGH SCHOOL NEGAUNEE,M1CH. 7501. XXIX xfifi Class Of Advisors For Year Elections fc es 7 through Sept. 28. Foi ncminlttezl' fol cesg president retnry and ccunci. repre: elected the S2 The Class ad cord g 10th s List ll the ease of ,gures Grade 12 - il GTZ!-dt? 11 -, Giade 10 -- Northey Gr..de 9 - Ar-neth. Grade 9 - L . W , f Lvl' LTIIICT, ,,,L, Y Ann- ,Liv V - JL. ,q,.,,gi,,.. :,,,..,,, , x ,L 5 --Q ,eww g l Q V G aide 7 -- Mr. Light, Miss Nur semester and meets twice a week. Y Has 'New LOQk, they. opp ortunity will be given for mak- The rcsults of the eection will be in the next issue, due to the fnct that the copy for this one was sent in before the returns of the elections were available. Liz Cory Heads Pioneer Staff A contract fer the 1954 Annual has been signed with ,Mr. Merle Payne of the XY:1ls'.'.'orth Publish ing Co. of Mari-eijne, Mo. This yea1"s Picncer stav wi.l be under the leadership of Liz Cory. The book will ctnain 175 pages which is 50 more than last year 600 copies will gi on sire which is 300 more than the 1054 output. The theme of the Pioneer will be the Diamond Jubilee. Teachers Go To MEA Meetings Good news-Y There will be no school on 'Thursday or Friday, October 1 and 2. bevxiuse of the MEA convention in Escanaba. The teachers from Negziunee will be part of the 2,500 teachers and administrators- expected to attend irom Michigan. School will be resumed as us-ual on Monday, October 5. ing minor repairs under the dir- ection cf Mr, VVhite. Women Cn K. P. Feed 450 Pupils For Noon Lunch Are the :items falling or has Marilyn Monroe come to visit cur schools? The way everyone is dashing for the Central Grade Bulliling at the sound of the noon bell you'il think something of excitement was gi- PNEE HY NUZ STAFF volume xxxx g sept. 195: Published monthly by the Journal is-rn Class of Negaunee High School Editor John Junttil1l Asst. Editor Sally rhamakli Business Managers Ken Pelowi Fran Roberts' Sports Editors Ron Knuppila Fred Terre' Features 8: Art Joan Messier Nancy Lee Advertising Lee Johnson Circulation Marilyn Hemmila Florence Campbeil Make Up Editors Robert Alperi John Carlson Neil Carlson Photographer Robert Laiiuri Adviser Miss Kathryn Marriott Member National Scholastic Press Association Finding the morale of the schooi at it low ebb in the fall of 1924 the Junior Journalism Class hii upon the idea of publishing a school paper. After much discussion :ind jug gling of syllables, they chose"The Nee Hy Nlizf' - Since an accurate .Leg-orll lla' noticed the 'new look of the hi school. Some rooms have b brightened with new lights "easy on the eye" paint. The ways are right in style with ly painted wa.ls and new Did you see the wall on the first floor hall? Here ggjggi-ers and a. show case. Most of the students probab 8 Nee Hy Nuz The Nee-I-ly-Nuz was first printed in 1924, for the purpose of raising the morale of the students. When it first began, four issues were printed each year and it has expanded until at the present time ten issues are printed each school year. In some of its earlier days, the "Nuz" was mimeographed, but now it is printed by the Pellow Printing Company. Advisor for the current year is Miss Katheryn Marriott. For several years the "Nuz" has been a member of the National Scholastic Press Association. and this year the journalism class received a charter from Quill and Scroll, the National Honorary Society for High School Journalists. NFF H! NU? STAFF Thls picture of the Nee Hy Nuz staff was taken from the l9Z'w Negauneensian They are standing left 10 rwht George Domplerre Lydia Anderson Aaron Loxxen-sir-in and Hitting left to right loseph 'Vxnters Mis Helen Dannetvelle 'vlary Gaxxglio lxenna Homo Sxel .1 arullu 0111 M ' nfl lack lone Leslie Beldo. A F I ' 1 ' : . - 'V ' - ' . " ' " f ' - l C , " af-ci, a .' . s, 02 Future Nurses FIRST ROW Left to rxght Nancy Klellberg Jane Cleven Julxe Mattson Carol Walxmaa Judxe Toms Corrme H111 SECOND ROW Left to rxght Sally lhamakl Sandra Kempxnen Karen Granlund Beverly LaBelle Alverna Cavallo THIRD ROW Left to r1ght Peggy Ranta Pauline Hutander Claudette Holm Marlene H111 Anne Sandstrom Jacquelxne Langloxs OFFICERS Vlce Presxdent . . Jacqueline Langlols Secretary Treasurer Carol Walxmaa Student Councll Representatxve Sally lfhamakl f ' p 1 1 1 . - , , . . , . PI'95idCr1T. ----- - .... Anne Sandstrom . ' . IOCCOO I O O . . Q Olllllill O IOCIUO . N . . 0 O I C U O I A A The Future Nurses Club of the Negaunee High School was organized IH the school year of 1952 1953 It was then made up of Junior and Senior girls who intended to make a career of nursmg The club now has twenty members Tumors Jemors md Sopho mores Their sponsors are Mrs Janet Born Mrs Amanda V 1ll1ams and Mrs I-lope Hoff all registered nurses The purpose of the Future Nurses Club is to help g1rls become better acquainted w 1th nursing before they make lt thelr career These trips are usually made by the Seniors in the group Last year the girls toured the Veterans Hospital in Iron Moan tain St Toseph s 1n Hancock was visited thxs year Another way 1S to have Registered Nurses from different schools of nursing come and talk to the club These women tell of the advantages their schools offer the ac show slldes so they can better show what their hospital IS like They also tell some of their personal nursing expemences One of the projects that has been worked on this year IS makmg scrapbooks for the children at at Lukes This kept the F N C busy 1or several meetmgs Colorful pic tures and cartoons were cut from magazmes pasted on colored construction paper and fmally put between wooden hinged covers which was made for the club by Mr Light An enjoyable excursion was made by the Future Nurses this year It was a Chr xstmas Tea held at Graveraet and gufen by the Marquette F N C There were speakers and refreshments were served The Future Nurses can be xdentifled by thelr small gold pins whlch have F N C on them and also the year in which the girl will graduate 335 38 RW 3, . I V , , K . Q, - . 1, Z - l . . y . ,. . v H. , . . . . , . . p . , . . . . I Y . y - tivities of their girls in free time, the cost of attending their school, and sometinxes , , I Q 1 V j f . . . . . Y . .. ,, V O4 Future Teachers if -1" I- RONJT ROW Bob Cope Shxrley Furdeau Delxght Kosl-Q1 Rua Balzarlnx Ken P9110 BACK ROW Ne1l Carlson Nancy Lee Bobble Hexdernann Lee Foberts Robert Laxturx The Future Teachers of Amerlca whose purpose IS to mterest students 1n future teachlng careers was organlzed 1n the school year of 1952 under the 1eadersh1p of M155 Arneth Thxs nat1on w1de club was formed because of the 1ncreas1ng demand for teachers The1r projects of thxs year have lncluded contr1but1ng a Chrxstrnas basket to a needy farnlly and decoratlng the communlty blllldlng for Santa Claus Dxd you notlce the Chr1stmas tree on the fxrst floor of the school" It was decorated by the Future Teachers The club 15 under the sponsorsh1p of the NEA and IS open only to Sen1ors of Negaunee I-hgh School fm., . lun'-z H uw a ' ,- .1 ' 'Q ,, . '- " vt : My K Q J v Na.- f RJ ' gg -to A 1 , , J , ' , XX, - K y ' , ' . 1 - r 1 . ' ' 0 1 - Airplane Club KNEELING Davxd Toms Richard Wertanen Roger bt John Davld Tuorxmeml The Alrplane Club was organlzed 1n November of 1951 by Mr Hoff and a group of boys xnterested m model a1rplanes Th1S year the club has ten act1ve members who meet every Monday The purpose of the club 1S to get all boys lnterested ln the bu1ld1ng and flylng of model zurplanes 10 STANDING: David Violetta, Lowell Marjama, Richard Sexton, James Hodge, Roy Mattson. Tri-Hi-Y FRONT ROW Left to rlght Joan Messxer Sue Renowden Carolyn Mak: Sharon Pezzottl Rxta W1l son Nancy Kjellberg Katy H111 and Nancy Lee SECOND ROW Left to rlght Dellghi Koskx Carol Wahmaa .Tulle Matison Jane Cleven Marxlyn Hemmlla Claudette Holm Paulxne Hutander and Jac quelme Langlols THIRD ROW Left to rxght Frances Laxtmen Margaret Ranta Judxe Toms VII' glnla Sxronen Joyce Manske Lee Roberts Madge Danxelson and Ehzabeth Cory FOURTH ROW Left to rlght Alverna Cavallo Beverly LaBe1le Betty Hyry Faxth Koslu Kr1st1ne Phlll1P5 and Anne Sandstrom : . - . I I .I ., . .- . ' , ' . . : ' - ' '. . I . 1 I O . I 1 . l ' . . D : . - .. , y . ' . - " ' . ' , . ' , ' . : . - I , I , , ., . . . . , Oiizcers Er T lly-er To IG Ory H1111 T nd She Hut tude O61-21 'wer at 0 S ll ecret Pres 1101 a, :de e r An G a R 11' ndstroobel. e ,JS 10 111 P IP 6.51311 EC-beta lau ry C deft '31-01 e yn 0117, 31, Hzgtora ea lz Th rawn together rn our hlgh school a group of glrls w1ll1ng to give thelr tlrne for a great cause to create mazntaln and extend throughout the school home and communlty high stand ards of Chrxstzan character They are a trxangle w1th Chr1st at the center Thxs group IS called the Trl H1 Y The Tr1 H1 Y was orgamzed 1n our hlgh school zn the fall of 49, and for the past f1Ve years has been under the leaderslup of M1ss Mary Shurtleff At the present t1me thxs group cons1sts of thxrty members Meet1ngs are held every other week and var1ous guest speakers often provlde educat1onal en tertamment Several projects are undertaken by the glrls each year among these are the pack1n Chrlstmas baskets for a needy farn11y and the mspectxon of school lockers ere has been d gof 1 ,ge Q 45 1 Z gi 5 fi fi- L ' r , R C P . 1-1. 'a 's . .3 ' C ' . 'IR y, Ht P Ile S' Lee sefltat. In tsilys i P . e 11' . N 1- , :S d LC I H H M . I . If Tr ill Ss .L. I 1 . ' 1 1 I - . ' . . . . , . . . ' - . . . I . 107 0 H1Y new These are the off1cers and the advxsor of the 1953 54 H1 Y Club On the followmg page are the photos of the 1925 club top and th1s year s club bottom In the photo of the 25 club there are sev eral fam1l1ar faces This photo was taken one year after the organxzatxon of the club m N H S Slnce then except for several years when It was temporarlly d1scont1nued the H1 Y has been maxntalned as a service club to the school The last t1me the club was reorgaruzed was ln the fall of 1947 by Mr Walter Brotherton Mr Brotherton has served 1n the capac1ty of advxsor ever sxnce Some of the club s SCTVICCS have been ushermg at basketball games E1SSI.St1Hg at publlc parades such as on Memor1al Day collectmg for Chmstmas baskets and monxtormg on the first floor of the h1gh school blllldlng In recent years one of the outstandmg soclal events of the school year has been the H1 Y Chrxstmas Party In the p1cture above are left to rrght Ellsworth Buddy Chapman Secretary Wxllxam Dxnger Whlte Vxce Presldent Allen Ahola Presxdent Mr Brotherton Advxsor Jack Bean Treasurer Ken Pellow Student Councll Representatlve In the plcture on the followxng page the members are TOP ROW John Juntt1la Wllham Hyry Dxck Born James Collxns Mr Walter L Brotherton MIDDLE ROW Robert Chapman Phxllp Kempalnen Leon Korte Jack Bean James Lahtlnen Bruce Collms Stanley Chapman James Anderson Sheldon Ahola Bernard Bean BOTTOM ROW Raymond Pa1ne Peter Ruokala Ellsworth Chapman Allen Ahola Tom Connors Owen Marjama Maumee Talo Bob Cope Ken Pellow W1l11am Whxte kw..,.,a.,.,....,1-f"' mm .L XA . , l 1 K 5 J 1 ye' 1 , ,sa Q , XX V 1 . ' 0 ' C D K 1 ' , , r . , . 1 . , 1 - u . . . A ' 1 1 1 . , 1 . , . . . Q . I . . Y . . . 1 , A - . - , 1 A 1 1 , - 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 . 1 D ' I 1 1 ' 1 - 1 I 1 1 1 , . . . I : : 1 , . . 1 . I 1 , ' - . 5 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 ' 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 : I 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 . , I V , . . . . TOP ROW: SECOND RO THIRD ROW: FRONT RO W: W: HI-Y CLUB Hi-Y Club 011.925 fLeft to Right! -- Frassetto, L. Maki, Ronberg, E, Curtis, J. Curtis. fL.ert to Righrj -- G. Johnson, Stevens, Ronqo, Anderson, Violetta, Dompierre KLM! to Right! -- McDonald, G. Collins, G1-anlund, Jones, Moyle, Wassbe-rg M. Collins. Uwe-ft to Right! -- V. Maki, Thomas, Hodge, L. A. Barnaby, Thoren, Car Beldo. lson 0 Senior Girl Scouts BOTTOM TO TOP Mrs Wahmaa Julxe Mattson Carol Walxmaa Marilyn Hemm1la Shirley Burdeau Mrs Campbell Florence Campbell Mary Walxmaa Jane Cleven Beverly LaBe11e Claudette Holm and Kristine Phlllxps The G1r1 Scouts were organ1zed 1n Negaunee 1n 1926 S1nce that tnme they have contrlbuted many hours of service to th1s commumty Some of then' projects have been babysxttmg at elect1on tlmes and packing Chrxstmas baskets for the needy Each year the gxrls have two banquets, one for the1r mothers and 0116 f01' their fathers 1 - . , p 1 1 1 - 1 1 I u 1 1 . . . . . . . n - . . . - . . . . . . . Q ' o Horizon Club FRONT ROW Left to rxght are Judxe Toms Anne Sandstrom Shxrley Terzaglu Roberta Helde mann and Bonnie Bannon B ACK ROW Left to nght are Carol Chapman Pauhne Hutander Madge Danielson Joan Mes sxer Ehzabeth Cory Lee Roberts and Nancy Lee MISS HOLT MRS HOFF The Horxzon Club thxs year IS composed of Sen1or gxrls The mam purposes of the Horxzon Club are to gwe serv1ce to then' communxty and to teach g1r1s to work together They have helped 1n communxty projects and each year the gxrls present a pro gram for the patxents at Morgan He1ghts Sanxtormm The Horzzon Club was fxrst organxzed 1n 1942 Meetmgs are held every Tuesday ln the school lxbrary The leaders for thas year were Mrs Hoff, and Mxss Holt : ' ' , . ' '. - , . : ' . ' 1 1 ' Sir' ' Nazi, fa. N ,V ' ff' .. is f 7 W, H R . I , - . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Student Council SEATED Left to rxght Nancy Lee Jacquelme Langloxs Joyce Manske and Barbara Roos STANDING Left to rxght Mr R K Rxchards Robert Cope Wxllxam I-lyry Roger St John Damel Mak1 Maxla Mallet Kenneth Pellow Sally Ann lhamakx Krxstlne Phlllxps James Hodge and Mr L W Pynnonen In early February of 1915 the students of the Negaunee Hxgh School adopted the system of self government Under th1s system of government the students were self controlled so far as thexr con the f1rst 1n the Upper Penmsula to adopt thls form of student control Sornetlme between 1931 and 1934 the Negaunee Hxgh School Student Councxl was organxzed The exact year 1s not known because the records go back only to 1934 Smce its begmmng the counc11 has had the followxng faculty adv1sors Mr R A Gxlmore, Mr B K Nelson and Mr R E Helde mann The present advxsors are Mr L W Pynnonen and Mr R K Rzchards Each year representatxves are chosen from the dxfferent classes and orgamzatxons to serve on the Student Counc11 The ma1n funct1on of the councxl IS to serve as a lmk between the students and teach ers 1n solvmg problems One of the ma1n dutxes of the organ1zat1on IS to choose the lyceum pro grams that are produced 1n the audltorlum durmg the year : ' - . ' ' t 1 - , - duct on the school grounds, in the corridors, cloakrooms, etc., was concerned. Our high school was 3 . . . ' . . . ,' - . . ' - OFFICERS A ,N vs-'Q M ROBOT 51 Hvhn Robert Cope KTlStlhC Phxlllpb Kenneth Pellow CLASS PRESIDENTS Wxllmm Hyry D3hHl31Mdkl and Sandra Cverndt Ish- Rxchdrds LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Cope, Roger 51. -IOhh. -THYTIPS Hildge. 114 Student Librarians Six student librarians were appointed this year to help operate the new high school library which is loc ated on the third floor of the Central Grade School building. The girls Sorted. numbered the books, and made out library cards before the library opened. After the opening, they stamped the books and were responsible for replacing them on the correct shelves. The passageway between the high school and library was completed and ready for use in January. Miss Madeline Holt is in charge ofthe library. Goldswox-thy LEFT TO RIGHT: Eloise Niemi, Marlene Karvela, Ruth Pesolo, Mary Walimaa, Mary Maki and Jean M alorettes The majorettes prov1de half txme entertainment at the football and basketball games by baton tw xrllng When Mr Daley came to Negaunee High School 1n 1942 he orgamzed the majorettes Before that t1me there were majorettes but they d1d all the work on their own Mr Daley enlarged the group from two to eight regular majorettes and a second group of be gxnners Since 1942 the student leaders have been Glorme JORIHGD Madehne Holt Ruth Tompkins Dolores Bair Rita Chapman and Ann Marie Jarvx Last year Miss Hildebrand took over the job of supervising the majorettes. She helped them plan routines. This year Miss Holt a former Negaunee majorette, is helping the majorettes along with Miss Hildebrand. ix X X X 9 M, The Negaunee Hlgh School has been enrolled ln the Natxonal Honor Society smce 1923 To wear the socxety s pln a student must 1n the eyes of the faculty satisfy four requxrements scholarshxp leadershlp character and servmce The upper fourth of the Semor class xs el1g1b1e for cons1derat1on Scholarshlp ranks h1ghest The soclety IS a mark of dxstmctxon to a good scholar who IS also a good school Cltlzen Throughout thelr entxre hxgh school hfe graduatmg classes have had thls goal before them On thls and the pages followmg are 11sted the names of all of the Negaunee Hlgh School students who have attaxned th1s honor m the last twenty years 1923 Ralph Sc hw artzber g Mlchael Kessler Jennle Olhla Nelmx Ko1v1sto Gertrude Olhla Dorothy Ellxott Mlldred Thomas Herman Mannmen Grace Trembath Ehzabeth Nxcholas Margaret Wlnter 1924 Edwm Stephens Raymond Rxchards Harold W Tuckett Anna L Johnson Ellen Smedman Onm E Hutander Oscar Wassberg Seraphme Rex Arvo T Kronqulst 1925 Fannle Rytkonen Theodore Thoren Mary Thomas Lempi Maki Impi Martinen 1925 CCont dl Lydxa Anderson V1olet Johnson 1926 Leshe Beldo Stella Carollo A111 Mak! Walter Peterson Vlenna Romo Aaron Lowenstem Bertha Rudness V1olet Hooper Clxfford Anderson Lola Thermault .Tack Jones 1927 Clarence Thoren Lxlhan Hunottu Dorothy Wetton Lempx Appelberg W1ll1s Trembath Dorothy Adams Mae Stephens William Kent V1ola Lahtx James Miller 1928 Evelyn Ollver Roll1n Thoren Jack Hauserman Clyde Kohn Helen Haapamakx Amanda W1lJanen Mayme Rorno Ehzabeth Pulkmen Joseph Thomas Marjorie Prper Elve Granlund Caroline Beeby Elma Mattson 1929 Cather me Gambotto Genevleve Sedlock Edxth Karhl Fred Staples Florence Wassberg Dorothy Stepens Tyne Laukka Helen Doyle Edna Phllhps Lawrence Worth Violet Lahtl 1930 Martha Wiljanen 7 . . . F- . . . . , . . . l I . . . . " 1 9 1 v . . . . . . Q . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q . . . . . . . . . . 4 1' ' .ip p. 1- X 2' 5 , 1 I 1 ,n- Q -, 1 I . . . - - . . . . . , . , , . . . , Q - . 0 v , , . . . , . . . , . . . . . . . . . Q . . . . , . Q . . . . , Q. . . . . 8 1930 fCont dl Phyll1s Skues Evelyn Erlckson Rudolph Thoren Anna Moberg Sav1no Bessolo Edvx ard Goldsworthy Arthur H Dool1tt1e Vlrglnla V1o1etta W1111am Rowse Sxgne loklnen 1931 Eva M Wlljanen lda N1em1 Anna M Choquette A Helen Romo Elma Jokmen Mary Beamer V1o1et Makx George Rudness Tyne Ross1 V1o1et Romo Anna Saladln Lou1se M Zappa W1111am Hakkara1nen Helen Ree 1932 Bernlce E Crocker Alxce M Crothers Ellen Corrlnne Davey L11l1an P Helkklla Clyde Clalre He1nonen Gertrude A111 Jok1nen Aksa A Lahtmen C Els1e Lxubakka Ray Mlller Paul C Ol11la Helen M Raatxl-ca1nen Florence Ann Ree Jean Lee Steele Ruth W Wassberg HelenR W1nter 1933 Tyne Hakkaralnen Salma Eleanor Kuwlla Edna Karxna Lal-car1 1933 fCont d Kathryn Paulme Pary Charlotte E Ph1ll1ps Margaret A Sedlock Sxgne Karhl Hllma N1em1 Vzolet M Pulkmen Suoma Lukkar1nen M1r1am Anne Stepens Evelyn Ehzabeth Roberts 1934 Lucy Bessolo John Crocker Jean Hanson Esther Jokmen Dorothy Mak1 Leo Oll1la V11ma Pynnonen ls abel Steele Leonard Bjorklund Helen Favero Myrtle He1nonen Betty Lou Neault Mary Perk1ns Clarence Sargent Martha Turrl Kathryn Wznter 1935 Irma Besola Joseph Dahlqmust A1l1e Hemrmla Luc1l1e Jensen Ragnhlld Johnson Carl Kronberg Mary Ann Marketty W1111am Mudge Robert Northey W1111am Peng1lly Harr1et Snell Ehzabeth Toms W1111am Tonkm Eber Perucco Edward Wealton Manual Wolfe 1936 L1l11an Collxns 1936 fCont dl Mur1el Dahlstrom Elsle Granlund Dorothy Hemonen Leonard Johnson M1r1am Kaarto beere Kentanen M1r1am Kokko Carl O111la Hxlma Pynnonen Norma Sandberg A111 Savolamen W11l1s S11tala Cather1ne Thomas Edward Vann1 Claud1na Zappa 1937 Thomas Mudge Helen Laukka Leonard F1e1d Helen Besola M11l1cent Peterson Anna Wolfe Betty Bennett Ol1ve Lanson Paul Ther1au1t Mary Gh1ard1 Harold Polkmghorne Cather1ne Ghlardx Carol Sharkey Svea R1sto Theodore Mattson M1r1am Johnson Urho Pent1nmak1 1938 Albert Jokela Gertrude O1l1la Mar1on La Combe Paul Aho Edna Makl Arthur Turrl Jean Bellstrom Werner Bjorklund Gertrude S1ltala Lydxa Steele Ernest Aho Robert Sandberg v n , 1 Josephine Gambotto Sigrid Joukainen Robert Gilmour ' 1939 L1ll1e Tolunen Lorralne Cox Gwendolyn Tohns Le1no Pynnonen Elv1 U1tto Esther Tokela lona H111 Walfred Pent1mak1 Margaret Bessolo Bernlce Waters Ward Cattron 1940 Ease Borlace June Dawey Myra Helkl-c1la Paul Rlntala Jeannette Karbum Peter Zentx Mayme Remes Betty Oll1la Allen Jensen L1la Jokmen Eleanor Rytkonen 1941 John McINabb Ruth Harslla Helen Rytlxonen Elena Bessolo Edvnard Kangas De Ette LaFren1er Hope Wlllmams Clalre Johns Stanley Jokela Margaret W1ll1amson Jeanette Roberts Martha Perala 1942 W1l11am Pent1mak1 Shlrley Rogers Helen Ahola Marlon Olllla 1942 fCont dl Adellnc Rasmussen Gladys Peterson Harold Contols Edna Mannll-lko Shirley Kellan Edlth Anderson Lyllxs Goldsxxorthy E1leen Yelle 1943 Vernon De Gabrxelle Jean Holm Leonard Lukkonen Ehzabeth New mann Joseph Larson Marlon Beeby Norman He1kk1la Ray Johnson Lee Erkklla Ruby Hooper 1944 Ray Bjorklund Shxrley B1rch Dorothey Koskela Alleen ETICRSOH Marjorle Kero Madelme Holt John Ward Colllns Lou1sa Ahola Helen Rasmussen Daphne Dally Betty Block 1945 Julanne Honkavaara Carollne Anderson W1ll1arn Jensen Bern1ce H111 Robert Olson Beverly Woodword Robert Rudness Barbara Neumann John Olson 1945 fCont dl Janet Johnson John Bennett 1946 Dolores Sundberg Jean Olson Edu 1n Koskx PT1SC1lla Johnson Nancy Blrch Jack Ahola Patr1c1a Doyle Mary Juntt11a James Northey Ruth Tornpklns Carol Tornplxlns Carol Janregret 1947 Walter Huhtala Ela1ne H111 George Roberts Beverly Johnson MarJor1e Beeby Dorothy Penrose Rachel Pentlmalu Arthur Erxckson Frances Kllnglund Don ld Olson Edml nd Whale 1948 Anne U1ttO Mlldred La1tenen Phlllp H1ney Marxlyn Thomas Ruth Jokela W1ll1arn Neely Colleen Daley Barbara Vxzena Robert Sanregret Marxlyn Borlace Robert Mong1at Joan Kellan I ! W . , Y Eleanor Kangas Helen Heidemann T . . a . , 1 20 1949 Carol Kokko Gertrude I-Ielgren Paul Junttila Marion Trestain Kathleen Trembath Marlon Hawke Jack Hooper Gretchen Heldemann Carol Lehto 1950 Betsey Mmzey Wllma Mak1 Carol Neely Vermta Nmcholas Peter Juntt11a Elna Jokela Donna Bannon Donna Bjorklund Robert Carlson W1l11am Carlson Carole Gav1g11o 1951 Betty Ann Pynnonen Mary Loumse Leaf Joyce Pyykola Darrol Seeley James Lehtonen Nancy Olson Sallyann Kaeseman Rosemane White Blame Hooper 1952 Rhea Rautzo Patr1c1a Bessolo Dlane Lakarl Donald Anderson Fred Northey Barbara Sanregret Gerald Roos Shxrley Mattson Lowell Koskl 1952 QCont'dJ Morrie Bath Donna Benson 1953 Martm Anderson Phyllls Anderson Ann Bernard Beverly He1kk11a John Isaacson Ann Mane Jarv1 Jack Johnson Nancy K1v1saar1 Nancy Kokko Raymond Lmdstrom Glorxa Makl Mar11ynn R1ekk1 Nancy Thomas X QQTSJSF Z2 THE "NEW" AUDITORIUM ----- 1909 During the summer and early fall in 1953, Ne- gauriee High's forty-four-year-old assembly room was converted into a modern auditorium. Completely redecorated in modern colors and drapes, it now has a new air of distinction and beauty. 'Wat'-.. lllllmnlu-me .. A ,Ak -,, f L' 'V M---nw ,, P309 '113-i.llH,l,Q.ll-'3e3l'l-a1'55NJSc'1L11lfR.lt'k'Sf Ziflalxfify ,. 34 . - . X f tw." rx ca H 3' B 9 15 Q is o 9 Q 7 I K MW , JA, I if' BEFORE TRANSFORMATION - - - - 1953 The outstanding feature in the transformation is the six hundred fifty comfortable theatre seats placed in a semi-circle so that visibility is equally good all over the room. There are an additional one hundred eighty-one seats in the balcony. 123 2 L,.1. K yy ' E' iw J ' si E 5 5 ,S i , Q bf 3 s 1 1 f 5 , A 4 M ?f y 5 n x WQ.W,o.......-...A A 3 ' Eb , win V 2 I I' A ,gf if jg ' me f , f ' J,-J," 5. . 1. ,gf , 72 Iggy ! fs 4 ,fi It 0 fn: 6 V J,-3, f u ' My ,sm Q V ,ff ? E Q Z , e E ! 4 SEATED Left to rxght Bob Cope John Junthla Ken Pellow Madge Danxelson Claudette Holm Anne Sandstrom Lxz Cory Toan Mess1er Lee Johnson STANDING Bob Wassberg Nexl Carlson Jack V alhs Dehght Koskx Francls Roberts Ianuary BE QUIET Thaw CFORCF CLUMSY 'a 5 5 ez Q! ,e f 55 f 5 A gf 3 ' 5 ik . -ix Ei If 'Wm Qiljgir Y L ! X e ff" 33' 'W si? , M A t . n A 1 n 4 f V THE CAST Carson Ne1l Carlson Frleda Dellght Koskl Herbert Gage Lee johnson Sarah Gage Anne Sandstrom Paula Gage Claudette Holm Marge Gage Ehzabeth Cory Barbara Gage joan Messxer Uncle Walter john junttlla Mr Loomls Robert Wassberg Matt Rockwood Kenneth Pellow George Husted Francls Roberts jonathan Rockwood Robert Cope Mathxlda Rockwood Madge Damelson Stage Managers Peter Ruokola jack Walhs D11-ector Mr Walter L Brotherton Corn Flakes and Olwes Mathllda Loomis Forensics Forensics is one of the oldest known extra-curricular activities in the school's history even though it can only be traced as far back as 1911 when Negaunee High School took part for the first time in the Michigan High School Oratorical Association. There were no spectacular winners that year, but little did those .contestants know that in years to come there would be such personalities as Aaron Lowenstein class of l926 and Arthur Doolittle class of 1931 who would bring state-wide recognition to their alma mater Since those times there have been others who also won respectable trophies for NHS such as Urho Pentimaki Madeline Holt Kenneth Pellow Ralph Schwartzberg Aaron Lowenstein Helen Haapamaki Arthur Poolxttle This year for the first time NHS was represented in each of the seven catagories of the forensic program There were at least two in each of the groups that were entered on March 19th This great variety was due to the fact that each member of the Speech class took part in the program ,gffi Above is a picture of the Speech class during their presentation of the Very Smallest Angel which was broadcast over Radio Station WJPD on December 8th They are from left to right Robert Cope Judy Toms Nancy Kjellberg James Lahtmen Kristine Phillips Francis Roberts Lee Johnson Gail Kivela Ken Pellow Owen Marjama Shirley Trezagi 2.7 I ! l U lO23lO 1 0 l137ll a lA26g' o ll44ll I ll28lD ll54'V . 1131... V I . .1 LF, ,Q . . . . . ,. ,, , , . , . D . . . . ' . , , l I I D ' 1 . It 28 The Iumors an Tom Sawyer The Junxors chose as then' class play for 1954 Tom Sawyer The story IS portrayed by the group of Jun1ors p1ctured be1ow berg Sue Renow den Standlng J1m Co111ns Ph111p Kempa1nen Fa1th Kosk1 Robert C0111 IS Roy Mattson R1C11aI'd Wertanen u n Seated: Stewart Valenti, Nancy Karppinen, Jacqueline Langlois, Frances Laitinen, Nancy Kjell- "will you Marry' me 7" Naughty Naughty' 12 X A Patrlotlc voters' Now" Now l' Gxrls State Delegates Boys State Delegates 7 ' Petite Sophomores S O M E are mterested' Tenms anyone 9 Stal' 7 7 . I 5 fe . Fight, Team, Fight!. ' - . ? ' . . A I I LIEIE 17 7 :Oh fffp Band This organization is one of the most important in our school. The beautiful music produced by this group is appreciated by all who hear it. The sixty-four mem- bers of the band think it a real privilege to work under the outstanding leadership of the director, Mr. Walter L, Daley. The band was always on hand to pro- vide music during the football and bas- ketball games. Their colorful presenta- tions were enjoyed by all. Through hard work, the band now has been completely outfitted in new uniforms. gf.. 5 'flu ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW ,Q K. Us! S. Korpi, J, Dunstan, C. Maki, B. Bannon, J. Violetta, M. Repola P. Williams, P. Paine, F. Allen, Cory, D. Kivisto, I. Grayes S. Ahola. C, Kauppila, R, Brisson, N. Lee, D. Anderson, J. Korpi, A Richards, S. P. Kempainen. J. Kujula, C, Posio, S. Sharp, Johnson, J. Anderson, A. Ahola J. Mr. Daley. J. Moilanen, N. Taseris, R. Born, R. Seeg, Cv. Laituri, D. Kjell berg, J. R. Heidemann, J. Holman, C. Curtis. 9 5 P. Hampton, M. Mallett, B, Dahlstrom, Roberts, V, Sironen. R. Chap man, K, Hill, D. Anderson, B. Collins, J, Bogetto, S. Valenti. N. Park konen, H, Rivers, D, Fiekki, Pezzotti, N. Bex-tell, M, Panielson. E. Nylander, J. Manske, A. Ellis, R. Lucci, G. Swanson, W, Hyry, R Bessolo. R, Fonn, N. Kjellberg, J. Erkkila, Collins, R. Herman, B. Conradson. 5 Orchestra Q 'SR Ain' 4' ,A r .. qt, p ROW I: Sally Ihamaki, Pauline Hutander, Lee Roberts, Sharon Korpi. ROW ll: Mary Pellow, Alverna Cavallo, Judy Thomas, Arlene Kempainen. ROW Ill: Joani Messier, Joyce Tenhunen, Joanne Peterson. Sandra Kernpainen, Leona Mattson. The Concert Mistress and Director looking over the score. 34 The first orchestra in Negaunee High School was or- ganized in 1908 with a very small membership. It has grown from that small beginning to a fine group of which the school is very proud. At the present time, the orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Walter L. Daley, is one of the few all-girl orchestras in the state and the only one of its kind in the Upper Peninsula. -V4 , if ROW l: Sandra Collins, Barbara Roos, Jean I-losking, Betty Karki. ROW ll: Julia Parkkonen, Nancy Karpinen, Bonnie Dahlstrom, Anne Sandstrom. ROW III: Walter L. Daley, Director: Anita Nurmi, Susan Cory, Betty I-Iyry, Nancy Roberts, Jeanette Salo, Kristine Phillips. MR. DALEY For its spring concert, the string ensemble is com- bined with members from the band to form the concert or- chestra. A big event in the year's activities of this group was the Orchestra and Chorus Festival which was held in Negaunee this year. During this event Negaunee played host to over one thousand student musicians. - ww sa., Choir FRONT ROW: Jean Hosking, Corrine Pelto, Darlene Riekki, Joanne Kujala, Joyce Threwella, Gail Kevela, Mary Jane Mingori, Patty Ranta, Lillian Ranta, Joyce Tenhunen, Sand- ra Kempainen, Kathleen lhamaki. SECOND ROW: Rose Mae Hoid, Shirley Terzaghi, Carol Chapman, Bonnie Bannon, Joyce Holman, Marilyn Johnson, Sharleen Valenti, Jean Goldsworthy, Jackie Langlois, Beatrice Numikoski, Irene Ruokola, Betty Schelander, Alice Holmi, Diane Kangas. THIRD ROW: Annette Lehtinen, Marlene Karvela, Barbara Gorst, Raymond Paine, Kenneth Pel- low, Lowell Penrose, Raymond Maki, David Kjellberg, John Carlson, Ronald Kaup- pila, Paul Savolainen, John Juntila, Joyce Korpi, Doris Maki, Jeanne Lakari, Ar- lene Zygorski. Mr. Peterson, Director and Mary Pellow, Accompanist. The 195.3-54'High School Choir is composed of forty-two members. They practice twice a week tmder the direction of Mr. Carl Peterson. A concert was presented with the high school orchestra In the SPTUIS and they' Pa1't1C!.Pated in the U.P. Chorus and Orchestra Festival held here in April. Triple Trio . Dahl' Bonnie wnen. am-.25 Lax gr . bef 5' men Na,-,CY ndei' K Schela oskxng. 1 Y YK o Y'-XGBT wen' B dw . 5 'an LEFT T 3 Semi? ry ?eW' nd: . a . L 53 exo- Ylafle Yu? ovce Man s-if om i The Triple Trio is a group of girls from the Sophomore and Junior classes. The girls practice once a week during school and have evening practices when preparing for an important event. During their short but successful history they have sung at various banquets and programs. Last year they took top honors in their division at the U. P, Solo and Ensemble Festival at Marquette. They are under the direction of Mrs. Jean Sundquist. 7 rr ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW ONE: TWO: THREE: FOUR: FIVE: Glee Club Judy Anderson, Sally Korpi, Yvonne Piziali, Carol Kokko, Mary Anderson, Pat Carlson, Donna Faye Leveillie, Joyce Koski, Carol Tessemer, Sonja Kangas. Sharon Salmer, Margaret Trusscott, Virginia Larson, Marjorie Parkkonen, Jeannie Moilanen, Karen Prusi, Barbara Laukka, Judy Granlund, Nancy Lewis, Mary Ann McDonold, Mary Ann Kivisto. Nancy Larson, Aurelia Grenier, Joanne Harju, Roberta Goodhue, Beatrice Campell, Margaret Oates, Phyllis Dighera, Beatrice Mattson, Joanne Hocking, Louanne Bronkhorst, Mrs. Sundquist, Director. Jean I-losking, Mary Pellow, Doris Maki, Lily Ranta, Bonnie Bannon, Beatrice Numikoski, Irene Ruokola, Kathleen llhamaki, Jean Lakari, Nancy Kjellberg, Bet- ty Schelander, Arlene Zgoz-ski. Joyce Trewella, Shirley Terzachi, Carol Chapman, Barbara Gorst, Sandra Kempainen. The Junior High Glee Club and the High School Glee Club combined for the above picture Both groups practice regularly under the direction of Mrs. Jean Sundquist. The Girls' Glee Club was organized as early as l903, under the direction of Mrs. Rose Marden Disbanded at one time, it was reorganized in 1953 by Mrs. Sundquist. DPTS U 0 -S4117 Ilnama 4 Track Track mn Negaunee 15 not an old sport such as football or basketball and there fore does not have as many boys commg out to partmxpate 1n xt The 1953 track sea son IS a typ1cal example of th1s At the begxnntng of the season Coach Hoff had about th1rty boys who were at the txme mterested 1n track Of these barely twenty re muned to the end of the season The 1953 track schedule consxsted of several dlfferent meets The flrst of these meets was held 1n Eshpemlng where our school competed agalnst the1rs The out corne of the meet was lshpemxng 67 Negaunee 42 Our next meet was a Conference Meet whlch took place mn Man1st1que Thxs meet was follow ed a week later by a meet wxth Marquette the score of whlch was 74 to 35 1n favor of Marquette Dur1ng the next few weeks our team was ln actxon three tlmes F1rst IH the D1s trlct Meet 1n Marquette then xn the County Meet 1n lshpemlng and flnally xn the U P meet wxth lshpemlng where we were defeated by a score of 62 to 47 The last meet of the year 1n w hxch we partlclpated was the Memor1al Day Relays whxch were held ln Marquette ,ax 'Z W g Z Ind1v1duc11Honors Axnong those who recexved 1nd1v1dual honors throughout the season were Robert Collxns Thomas Connors and lames Connors Bob placed second xn the 880 relays IH Man1st1que and 'I om and Jun placed second ln the 440 relays m Mamstxque Bob and Tom were thus qualxhed to partxclpate ln the 880 and 440 relays 1n the U P F1nals w h1ch were held ln Marquette Finals at Marquette. Then, at our playgrounds a week later, we engaged in a return . 4, -jg' . . ' 1 .HUM '53 Baseball At the opening of the 1953 baseball season, Coach Vance I-liney had a great many eager applicants from which he soon chose a team. Much of the time in the first few practices was spent on learning the fundamentals of the game, such as catching, batting, and learning to handle the ball. After some of the rough spots were ironed out, the Negaunee Miners began the active season with a loss suffered at the hands of our northern rivals at Marquette by a score of 5-6 Later on in the season we de feated them 9 to 2 hova ever With Jack Johnson at the backstop position and Jim Simpson and Enn1e Wzgg sharing the position on the mound the team progressed rapidly and won the two follow mg games with Marquette Baraga 8 to 3 and ll to l Under the alert watching of Coach Hiney the Negaunee nine worked together with perfect co operation and sportsmanship The schedule included games w1th the best high schools of the area Games were played at Mar quette Baraga lshpemmg Ontonagon with games on the home field against Marquette Baraga Ishpem ing St Toseph of Escanaba Marquette RECORD Opponents e Marquette Marquette Baraga Marquette Baraga Ishpeming St Joseph Escanaba Marquette St Paul s Score Unknown Ontonagon if 3 :ni 1 ,Q Q, ff-W O1 vitae KMC 03 1 Gam to ' w 6 5 3 8 g 1 ll ' 4 3 , 0 8 2 9 q - . 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N Y t .Q i in C QS' 5 .4 ,yfchcfir 4' 2 if .X - ' g 4 V . - 5-Li J x 4 'E A .X Q K , i t SP' , A -wi peas' N 155 'N 42 Pep Club ROW 1 ROW ROW 3 -Iv-'Lp F 7' Sue Renowden Beatr1ce Campbell Jean Wahmaa Deanette Mannmen Joanne Ross Grace Mattson Carol Rantanen Blanche Doucette Patr1c1a Melka Eumce Johnson Judy Pascoe Jean Leve1l11e Sandra Gerndt Joan Borlace Darla Johnson Katherxne H111 Ann Laltlnen Faye Allen Sharleen Valente Jean Goldsworthy MHTJOTIC Parkkonen Marllyn Rogers Beatrmce Nurnxkoskx Patr1c1a Pascoe Patrxcxa Campbell Nancy LaMere Carla Mattson Mar1e Aho Sh1rley Burdeau Bonnie Bannon Ivhldred Salo Claudette Holm Nancy Lee Henr1etta Terres Jean HOSk1ng Jane Cleven Lynn Johnson Corrme H111 Eeatnce Oates Ruth Strahm Joan Messxer Barbara Gorst Carol Kosk1 Francme Ph11l1ps Betty Karkx Jacquelme Langloxs Frances La1t1nen, Sh1rley Bessolo, Sh1rley Tel-zagh1, Geraldme Juchemich Patty Ranta Anne Sand strom Krls Phil11ps Ju11e Mattson Marxlyn Hemmxla Corrme Pelto, Marlene Karvela Julame Ollakainen, Ruth Pesola Annette Lehtxnen Shxrley Hult ghggigr I ft or V B W I : I . I . I I I I I I I ' . I . I I I . I I I I . . I . . I I I I I . 9 . O 2: . . ., . . , . . , , ' . I I I I I . I I I l I . I I I . I I l I I O .. . . . . , I - Pep Club Offzcers Nancy Lee Presxdent Sharleen Valentl Secretary Sue Renowden Vxce Presxdent Carol Koskx Student Council 14 . , . joan Messier, Treasurer . ' - . I 44 Betty Kai-ki, Geraldine Juchemich, Carol Koski, Francine Phillips. Cheerleaders - Members of both cheering squads are selected by Miss Florence Hilde- brand, gyrn.instructor. In previous years, the cheerleaders were chosen either by Pep Club members or a group of teachers who have assisted with school sports. The cheerleaders, together with the Pep Club, plan pep rallies and send-offs for the teams. The girls practice each week and do their best to be a credit to the school. Frances Laitinen, Shirley Bessolo, Joani Messier, Patty Ranta, Jackie Langlois, Kris Phillips, Anne Sandstrom. Shirley Ter zaghi. H omecommg A Senzor Sh1rley Terzaghx was honored as 1953 Homecomlng Queen She was elected by the members of the football team and crowned by Gale Harry captam of th1s year s team durrng the Homecommg pep meetmg In the evenmg she rode 1n a Ford convertible through the maln busxness d1str1ct of town She was accompanied by her two attendants Peggy Ranta and Gaxl Kwela The convertxble was donated and driven by Ted Prudom a 1952 graduate of Negaunee High School Later they rode to the Legzon Diamond where they wltnessed the burmng of a dummy represent ing Calumet our opponent She made her entrance on to the athletxc field just before the begmmng of the game She witnessed the game from the car parked m front of the grandstand However the team was not able to add to the splendor of the celebratxon They were defeated by a score of 12 14 The evenxng was ended by a dance at the Negaunee Youth Center 145 F .mwrw-vf1'H'f'V'4"""""VW ,pf W' 'mm Peggy Ranta, Queen Shirley Terzaghi, Gail Kivela. . , . . , . . . . , . I I , . , . I U I I 6'-l' Tumblmg Club BACK ROW Tuss Lee Coach Hoff jack Ray Seven and one half m a pyrarnxd FRONT Row Lloyd Ken Bob Ray Coach Hoff Tfamff lQ 1 -HM W z ' 1 1 Q n , ", fi' 3411 , .4 . , "fix-, -fe .3 C' Football Varsiiy Football Team ROW li J. Jarvi, D. Kangas, A. Ahola, G. I-larry, Captaing L. Johnson, J. Wallis, F. TCYYGS. T. C011- radson. ' ROW Z: D. Violetta, R. Collins, R. Wertanen, M. Saari, R. Johnson, R. Si. John, R. Jennings, R. Mattson, E. Parkkonen, J. Collins. ROW 3: D. Harju, L. Marjama, T. Hares, Coach Wassberg, Coach Hoff, J. Lahtinen, M. Hill, J. Conradson. X ar' Coach Don Hoff, Gale Harry, and Coach Oscar Wassberg. A. f I CC' X.,' -u-,1 147 ' 'Chinky ' ' Lahtinen ,, , 4, Gale "Bum Bum" Harry Captain "Tuss" Terres 48 Richy" Wertanen Rag er St. john Q .., 'O 'I Tom Conradson Q. jack Wallis Shrn Ahola 4 0 ROW 1: Ronald Jenkins, George Walimaa, Dick Salo, Bruce Hanson, Walter Jalonen, Stanley Chap- man, Sheldon Ahola, Bill Kokko, Ed I-lajnacki, Bob Johnson, and Jerry Chapman. ROW Z: Bob Funquist, Vernon Annelin, Dave Ghiardi, John Lakari, Jim Stolnack, Richie Lukkonen, Bob Laitila, Bruce Collins, Ed Vanni, Jack Fredrickson, Bob Grayes, and Jim Skewis. ROW 3: Jim Neely, Bill Hyry, Bob Herman, Ray Jutila, Bill Km-in, Coach Sortal, Donald Roberts, Donald Matta, Charles Ollila, Wayne Jarvi, Rodney Bessolo, Joe Lucci, and Dick Born. Miners Finish Season On High Shell In Conference Cupboard The Negaunee Miners opened their 1953 football season with Munising. The inexperienced Ne- gaunee line proved to be the big factor by which the game was lost, 20 - 6. A lone touchdown by Gale Harry was the only Negaunee score. The following week Negaunee played host to the Hematites. With grim determination and high spirits, the Miners trounced the Hematites 20 - 0. .Tack Wallis scored the first touchdown on a pass from Lee Johnson. Failure to get the extra point ended the half with the score 6 - 0. The second half ended with the score 20 - O. Traveling to the Lake Linden gridiron, Negaunee defeated the Houghton Gremlins 18 - 0 for their second victory. David Kangas, Gale Harry, and Jack Wallis scored the Negaunee touchdowns. The Dads on "Dads' Night" watched the boys beat Marquette 18 - 0 for the first time since 1948. Harry and Johnson tallied the touchdowns. Failure to get extra points proved to be the deciding factor in Negaunee's homecoming game with Calumet, which Negaunee lost l4 - IZ. The persistent pounding of Fred Barry racked up the Calu- met points. Sophomore Tom Hares provided Negaunee with twelve points. The following weekend, Negaunee traveled to Stambaugh and was defeated 27 - 0. Newberry edged the Miners 14 - 6 with Brennan scoring for the Indians. Negaunee threatened several times in the game, but could only hit pay dirt once, with Gale Harry scoring the lone TD. The Miners closed the season with a win over Manistique, 14 - 7. 1" 'K Thls IS the way the 1911 champxonshlp football team looked Do you recogmze any of them 'P We were unable to xdentlfy them "B" Team Football Schedule Ishpeming Marquette Munising Ishpeming Newberry They We J, 4 ,fx 6 38 X 1' 13 O 14 Z7 L6 zo o 13 7 K My-1. .Q K 4 , 'Q 1 I fu fn -dar: 1 x I unior Varsity Team 5 ROW 1: W. Lakari, B, Stevens, D, Jarvi, D. Larson, R, Bokki, B, Cory, R, Borlace, D. Knott, A Chapman. ROW 2: L. Miller, L. Sayring, D. Maki, P. Carrolo, M. Harry, D. Johnson, A. Hendrickson, R. Piz- ziali, T. Belmore, D. Hintsala. ROW 3: L. Erck, T, Anderson, L. Jarvi, P. Paine, Coach Robert Northey, B. Jennings, R. Jacka, R Ellis. E. Hajnacki, R, Manske. Upper Peninsula Class "A" Champions of 1925 BACK ROW Coach Montgomery Johnson Frasetto Beldo Carlson FRONT ROW Thoren Maki Captaxn Ronberg Trotochaud Hakenjos Manager March IS the t1me for tournaments and 1925 was no exceptxon The prehmmary dxstnct tourna ment was played at the Soo Marquette Ishpemxng Soo and Negaunee were 1n competxtlon In the fxrst game Marquette and lshpemmg played and Ishpemxng was v1ctor1ous over the Redmen In the second game we played the Soo and won over them Soo and Marquette played the next nxght and the gruelxng game but Negaunee came out on the top when the fourth wh1stle blew After the prelxmmarles were over w1th the team journeyed to Marquette where they were to play 1n the Marquette Tournament of 1925 for Upper Pen1nsula Schools In thxs contest our opponents would be Iron Mountam Ironvn ood Ishpemmg for the fourth tlme thxs season and Lake Lmden The scores of the Negaunee games vsere Iron Mountaxn 11 N H S 19 Ironwood 17 N H S 18 Ishpem lng 16 N H S 26 By beat1ng Ishpemlng the team was able to take the Class A crown That even mg the team played the Class B champxons Lake Lxnden but were defeated by a score of 33 to 26 3 Soo was able to grab third place in the conference. The Ishpeming-Negaunee game was a tough and o I ' I p C Q n J, n . Varszty Basketball Team FRONT ROW Denms Koskx Davxd Ghxardx. Gale Harry B111 Whxte Jxm Lahtmen Bob Herman BACK ROW Coach Sortal Ray Pame Jlm Gervae Tom Connors Owen Marjama Bxll Mitchell Leshe Melka Davxd Kangas .lack Walhs Basketball 54 s the up off taken by I : . ., . . .' I. .'. . , 3 1 'f' . , l nl l . . - It' '- ,,........ Coach Sortal jerry johnson Statistician Var sity Basketball Schedule Ir onwood Be s sem er Stam baugh Newber ry Sault Ste. Marie Stephens on Ishpeming Munising Menom inee Marquette Manistique Sault Ste. Marie Ontonag on Marquette Is hpeming Munising They 38 33 39 45 36 33 35 38 51 49 53 60 46 4-7 4-1 68 Gale Harry Captam Tom Connors , Co-Captain pn 'V'- Dave Kangas Denms Koskl T Ray Pame Owen Marjama 1' ,f Leshe Melka B111 Mite hell jxm Lahtmen B111 Whlte Bob Herman and Dave Ghxardl 'hm Gel-vae "B" Basketball Team FRONT ROW Vern Annelm Jxm Stolnack Roge .Tenmngs Bob Laxtala Rxchard Lukkonen B111 HYTY BACK ROW Paul W1111ams B111 Kokko Tom Hares Louxs Chxrx Jack Fredrxckson Don Rob Mxc h1 gamma Natxonal Mme Ste phe ns on Ishpemxng Munismg J D Pmerce Marquette Mamsnque Ontonogon Marquette Ishpemlng e1-ts Coach Hoff B TEAM BASKETBALL SCHEDULE They 8 5 W - - H, .. 50 36 H. .. 24 42 - ...I .. 45 37 Trenary .... " 46 66 ' ..,.. .. 38 46 . . ' H. .. Z3 49 Hu .. 36 39 - - in .. 27 56 UU .. 48 46 H .. 33 34 . nuua " 1 I unior Varsity Team FRONT ROW: Bob Manske, Russell Jacka, Peter Paine, Terry Belmore, Coach Wassberg, Dan- ny Maki, Bill Bond, Bradley Cory, Ray Borlace, Billy Wassberg. BACK ROW: Paul Williams. Donald Larson, Tom Leklin, Eugene Pezzotti, LeRoy Jarvi, .Tim Garceau, Rudy Johnson, Tom Anderson, Alan Hendrickson. 160 FIDE i X 3371 filzfliili FELLOW PRINTING 60. EJ PUBLISHERS Ol' CI Ile IXfCgClLl1'LGQ Ivon I'IcvcLIxl PPIA RS OF TI IL NLE HX NUZ A1 9 nz xfz MICSHIQAN Congratulations to the Class of '54 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Congratulahons from P+ as Q mm C KOMPSI BAKERY the I ,'1 r 1, fl-Q32 ,. " 'gk I - . . Z ROBAREb GROCERY L NLM Nxdxuubws Across From the Fxre Hall Best W1ShGS to the IXOSk1 s Funeral Home Class of 1954 N unee NIILIII fm WEST END Negaunee M1ch1gan TX I I XII ITII 5 -XIIIJING NIM IIINIS C XSH PIIIVIII S SOLD RLNTFD RFP XIRED I X X IR X XIJIJIXI II XCIIIXL S rw N TUIPD STREET NlXRQll+TI'I MICH TRI X SNIIFH CORONA IIII IXSIFQI XNRIFINQ I XSIEQI QI-IIIXL1 IOPIABLE IIXIIXNIIITR X VS! XX NIH 1 oocff CAccUOl7cLZ! ipw' 4 'W if uuwf fgfnvoi 1 ICI S I'lSUI'ClI'ICS GNC NQURANCE VAL! 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T A ' 7 lf Its Northern Dalry Turn Today To Northern Dalry Mllk orthern Dzury NEGAUN EE MA RQUETTE ISHPEMING THE CLEVELAND CLIFFS lRON COMPANY Land Department CON GRA'l ULATIONS Independent Fuel an Lumber Company Negaunee Mlchlgan CONGRATULATIONS JAMES PICKANDS an COMPANY ' 9 EI lil lil EI Has It Negaunee, Michigan d from d 70 EUHGWUUNIUNS J rom ll XX H45 HXMHUN INSUHHNEE EU XX LI IMAMQN JEWILIIRQS 209 Jackson Stnsct mo mo 11 Congratulatlons to the Class of 1904 SIVULA INSURANCE AGEIN CY Negaunee M1Chlg3H THE if SPX OMLTY SHOIW X JO! zuz foef NGyCIlLIlQC 1 CONGRATULATIQNS FRCDM CRoN1N5 PHARMACY M L8 RObE WXARX SHOP 1, tk C Congratulations rom THE MINERS STORE Iron Street CONGRATULATIONS To THE CLASS OF 1954 FROM THE MAIN DRIFT DISTINCTIVE CATERING LU FEE 9 FNZFNHCUSE Wg I LS I Q Q 2 VI OWERS 1 JQCIILILUO, Mm LIQCLYL 1 I CONGRATULATIONS f om S MATTSON 8: CO Dorste Roos Prop ce es and P o o 207 Iron Street Phone 38 I F .yr -1 f f 71 f - YA 1 , 3 4 -A KPI 1 f - w. 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