Negaunee High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Negaunee, MI)
- Class of 1958
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The 1958 PIONEER has been published with but one objective
to capture between its covers a year at Negaunee High School
Because of our locality, we have chosen "snow" as the theme for it
' To our fellow Northerners , snow is a common sight, but when w-
stop to think about it, it is in many ways like our school life
There are times of trial when we feel as though we are sinking, a
we would in soft snow. But there are many other instances when wi
are up in spirits and no longer sinking , but walking on top onci
Like snow, school has its times of beauty and drabness , tran
quility and storms, times of excitement and times of trial. But i
is in remembering these past experiences that make us ask, "Wher
are the snows of yesteryear?" 1
With these thoughts, we proudly present to you, the student
and faculty, your 1958 PIONEER.
-- The Editors
gable of Gonten ts
Seniors ....... 1 ......... Page 6
Underclassmen ........ ........ P age
Fine Arts ......... ......... P age
To the students of NHS and the residents of Negaunee, the stump
pictured on the cover of the PIONEER has great significance. To them
it represents their very being - for without the discovery of iron ore
on this overturned Stump, Negaunee would not be in existence.
It was in 1844 when Marji Gesick led two men to the spot where he
had seen the black magnetic ore. Not long after that, the small
Chippewa Indian village at the north end of Teal Lake got its start and
Negaunee was born.
Kristine Phillips , '53, aptly named the annual from the Indian de-
finition of Negaunee, which is "to go forward," or "pioneer. "
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IEANNE SAN DSTROM
EUGENE WATT ERS
During her four years at N. H. S. , Barbara Roos
majored in science, maintaining an average of 3. 967
in all of her classes. She feels that the math she
took in school .will help her in her future
nursing career. Barbara is going to attend Presbyter-
ian St. Luke's School of Nursing in Chicago.
Of the extra-curricular activities in which she
participated, Barbara enjoyed Tri-Hi-Y, Horizon
Club, Cheerleading and majorettes the most. She
was drum majorette and student leader of the major-
In out of school activities, Barbara belonged to
the Luther League and taught Sunday School at the
Immanuel Lutheran Church.
Maxine Repola, Salutatorian of the class of 1958,
enjoyed school very much, especially the science
courses in which she majored. She dreaded studying
but after earning an average of 3. 819 she realized
it was well worth the time spent at it. Next year
Maxine will attend the University of Michigan to
work for her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing.
Of her extra-curricular activities , Maxine enjoyed
being in Latin Club, junior and senior class plays,
concert orchestra, and especially Tri-Hi-Y, of which
she was the president during her senior year. Maxine
also sang in the choir of the St. Iohn's Espiscopal
Green and White
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- Look Backward With Pridey Look Forward With Hope
President . . .
Secretary . . .
Treasurer . . .
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They said that time would heal all things
The day you went away.
But though the months have come and gol
The wound is here to stay.
You were the pal of many,
To everyone a friend.
Your cheerful smile still clings to us,
And will until the end.
We long to have you near us,
To share our joys and cares.
But Judy till we meet again,
You're with us in our prayers.
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IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Cleft to Rightj Sandy Gerdnt,
Treasurer: Ed Cory, Student Council Representative: Blaine
Nurmi, Secretary: Rudy Iohnson, President. CAMERA SHY:
Karen Annelin, Vice-President.
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PATRICIA IAMES SANDRA
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POLKINGHORNE PRUSI SIRONEN STENFORS
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
FIRST ROW: lLeft to Rightl David Roos, Treasurer: Karen
Stille, President. SECOND ROW: lim Harris, Vice-Pres-
idemg jim Aird, Student Council Representativeg Clarice
Larson , Secretary.
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to Biology students.
DIANA CYNTHIA DAVID
I-IINTSALA HOOPER IMPOLA
KURT GEORGE KATHLEEN SANDRA
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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: lLeft to Right, Rae Warner, Treas-
Kuusisto, President: IIII Hill,
Vice-President. CAMERA SI-IY: David Mattson, Student Council
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CAROL GRACE ANN LOUISE
BARNEY BARRY BEAN
GERALDINE SHARON DONNA
CHRISTY COLLINS DRYGE
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KAUPPILA KAUPPILA KENI
Christine Pohj ala
Rae Vya -er
Freshman English Class .
Mr. Ghiardl, explaining Michigan
EIGHTH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS: Cleft to Right! Don Kauppila,
Vice-President: Karen Ruokkala, Student Council Representative:
Ivan Lahde, President: Dorothy Warren, Treasurer: Grace Nicholas,
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SANDRA BRUCE WAYNE
BALDINI BEAUCHAINE BESSOLO
IUDITH IOHN MICHAEL
CHAMPION CHAPMAN CHETTO
JOHN ROBERT IAMES
ETELAMAKI ETELAMAKI FILIZETTI
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CAMERA SHY: Ronald Koski, Vice-President.
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PRONT ROW: QLeft to Rightl Barbara Roos, Head Majorettep Barbara Dawe, Ieanne Sandstrom, Karen Lehto, Marion Whltford, Loretta
Etclamaki, Mary Andrews, lack Kelly, William Richards, Mr. Daley. SECOND ROW: Albert Jenkins, Janice Tamblyn, Grayce Warren
Bogetto, Rita Roberts, David Savolainen, jane Anderson, Dennis Arcand, Warren Munson, Ioellyn Vanni. THIRD ROW: Sharon Darling,
Alton Chapman, Edith Nylander, Barbara Yelland, Ruth Leece, Fred Olson, Nancy Arcand, Virginia Nelson. BACK ROW: Kathleen Maki
Rintamaki, Michael Carlson, Ronald Warren, Evelyn Kenedy, Katy Annala, Ken Lehto, Charlette Marta. X
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Iiindine, Marcia Oja, Maxine Repola, Joan Violetta, Gordon Lyon, Rae Mathews, Kay Williamson, Diane Kokko, Jean Bond, Gloria
Esther Kauppila, Sandra Gerndt, Karen Stille, Peter Adamini, Wayne Karppinen, Bill Isaacson, Fran LaForest, Steve Gervae, Philip
Susan Nelson, Paulette Smith, Tom Makela, James Thomas, Cynthia Kurin, Donna Etelamaki, Sally Louma, Ann Richards, Joanne Pietila,
, Gwen Swanson, Jill Heij, Carol Pietila, John Wilg, Kurt Johnson, Dale Hintsala, Dennis Jarvi, Steve Stoll, Larry Lane, Richard
FRONT ROW: CLeft to Rightl Barbara Yelland, Jeanne Sandstrom, Nancy
Arcand, Mr. Daley, Edith Nylander. BACK ROW: Dale Hintsala, Wayne
Karpplnen, Katy Annala, Gwen Swanson, Peter Adamini, Steve Gervae, Diane
Kokko, Karen Lehto, Carol Roberts.
FRONT ROW: KLeft to Rightl Susan Hill, Barbara Herman, Karen Sippola,
Richard Jensen, Glenn Etelamaki, Iames Roberts, Ruth Born. SECOND ROW:
Tony Galletto, Rosanne Gagnon, Sandra Laitala, Kenny Maki, Albert Sundine,
Patty Mino, Ia mes Thomas, Robert Nylander, Keith Johnson, Robert Delongchamp
Joanne Kosonen, Grace Nicholas, Peggy Thompson. THIRD ROW: Miss Mary
Trolla, Robert Etelamaki, Sandra Matthews, Marie Pirlola, Paulete Nicholas,
Phyllis Hin.. ala, Elizabeth Tamblyn, Danny Skewis, Ierry Violetta, Tom
Richards, Kathleen Rice Iames Smith, Paul Hakka, Iames Ranta, James Hill,
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FRONT ROW: fLeft to Right! Ioellyn Vannl, Barbara Roos, Marilyn Pascoe, Nancy Maki, Judy Smxth, Doris Miljour, Carol
Ruokala, Judy Korplnen, Karen Gurchinoff, Ruth Sylvester. BACK ROW: Karen Annelin, Elaine Nurmi, Sandra Collins, Sharon
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Ann Bean, Ioan Vloletta, Carole Roberts, Mr. Daley, Carol Barney, Susan Richards, Andrea Hemmlla, Gail Vannl.
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FRONT ROW. QLeft to Rightl Mr. Daley, Shirley johnson, Marie Pirkola, Francine Laitala, Crystal Lane, Karen Roukala, Grace
Susan Hill, Iohn Carolyne, Bmce Iensen, Albert Sundine, Gary Kemp, Gordon Lampi, Mrs. Sundquist. SECOND ROW: Ann Marie
White, Mavis Anderson, Ioanne Iuchemich, Patty Mino, Iean Talus, Karen Sippola, Susan Richards, Charles Boogren, Paul
James Ranta. BACK ROW: Signi Mattson, Margaret Hoglund, Toni Galetto, Dorothy Warren, Donna Kuivinen, Ruth Bom, Margaret
Marlene Neimi, Robert Etelamaki, Iimmy Roberts, Iames Thomas, Charles Prusi, james Smith, joseph Newman, Paul Hakka.
FRONT ROW: lLeft to Right! Mr. Daley,
Albert Hill, Terry Carslon, Lynn Iohnson,
Mason, Beverly Barney, Nicholas Lakarl, Gary
Lynette Iarvi, Celia Syrjala. BACK ROW:
Roland Koski, Vemon Iarvi, John Williamson,
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Susan Duckert, Phyllis Hintsala, Iudy
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Walimaa, Ioanne Kosonen, Iean jalonen,
i, Carol Ahola, Nancy Ford, Connie Veale, Jane Erck, Sherill Yelland, Isabelle Rubatt, Patty Holman, Alan Nelson, Dale Peterson,
Lila Lehto, lane Thomas, Susan Roberts, Mrs. Sundquist. SECOND ROW: Catherine Luoma, Mary Wigg, Ieanette Bannon, Christin'
elki, Charles Rintala, Dick Burke, Richard Hemmila, Keith Johnson, James Hill, Dennis Salmer, Susan Heiskanen, Sharon Numikoski
Darla Dompierre, Iudy Boyum, Dora Horst, Pamila Ranta, Patty Pellow, Mary Ellen Rintala, Karen Olilla, Dale Kangas, Dennis Darling,
Robert Lammi, James Smith, Kathleen Rice, Sharon Uitto, Barbara Roberts, Deanna Wommer.
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FRONT ROW: 1Left to Rightl Nancy Ford, Sherrill Yelland, Darla Dompierre.
SECOND ROW: lane Thomas, lane Erck, Karen Olliia.
FRONI ROW: Qleft to Rlghtl Marian Whitford, I
Sandstrom, lean Leveillie. SECOND ROW:
Rogers, Grayce Warren, Nancy Iurmu,
Peter Adamini, Donald Gaqon, Peter Paine,
Romback, Terry Pascoe.
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FRONT ROW: 1Left to Rightl Darlene Whitford, Barbara Yelland SECOND
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FRONT ROW: Kbeft to Right! Marian Whitford, Sandra Collins, Stanley Anderson, Tom Ball, Tom Laitenen, Robert Matthews, David Sav
Grayce Warren, Marilyn Rogers, Fred Langson, Gerald Koski, Francis Keni, Wallis Kangas, Tom Roberts, Paul Maki, Alton Chapman,
Iohn Erck, Paul Aho, David Mattson, Edward Cory, Peter Chevrette, Donald Gagnon, Ierry Violetta, Ruth Carlson, Donna Etelamz
Makela, Philip Bogetto, Dennis Iarvi, lack Kelly, Eugene Pezzotti, Dolores Anderson, Karen Lehto, Naoma Laurila, Sharon Darling,
Paul Carollo Robert Racett
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rgihla Karki, Jean Johnson, Iill Heij. THIRD ROW: Harriet Kemp, Kathryn Iohnson, Eunice Johnson, Ianlce Peterson, Peter Adamlni,
Rita Roberts. FOURTH ROW: lean Levellle, Ioan Violetta, Susan Ives, Ruth Nicmi, Caryl Sundine, Terry Pascoe, Peter Paine, Tom
arjorle Mattson. BACK ROW: Mrs. Sundquist, Ioy Holman, Evelyn Niemi, Nancy Iurmu, Maxine Repola, Alice Dompierre, Iudy Smith,
Dawe, Ioanne Fredrlckson, Julie Kemp, William Richards.
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FRONT ROW: fLeft to Right! Sally Ives, Illl Hill, Lois Pizlali, Kay Rosten, Carla Heikkinen, Kay Connors, Mary Guidebeck, Carol
Pilto, Vlylan Akel, Ioan Nieml, Geraldine Christy, Ruth Sylvester, Mae Nleml, Edel Iohnson, Ann LaMere, Sharon Kantola, Patty
Haataja, Sandra llill, Clarlce Larson, Bernice Kaupplla, Virginia Jacobson, Carol Liqula, Catherine Wllg, June Hill, Shirley Garceau
Kaeseman, Maxine Lahti, Mary Bogetto, Donna Wilson, Karen Dryge, Marilu Dan lelson, Blanche Doucette, Ernestine Wills, Ioyce
Nicholls, Carol Lafave, Kathleen Anderson, Sharon Hill, lane Anderson, Nancy Peura, Donna Dryge. ACCOMPANIST: Marcia Pa
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na Laiturl, Laurls Romback, Arlene Niemi, Chrlsty Dahlstrom, Judy Rosten, Betsy loop, Dorothy LaMere. SECOND ROW: Jean Saarl, Janet
leen Juidlcl, Carol Datson, Nan Abbott, Joy Jutila, Lorraine Savala, Marlene Herman, Gloria Gulzzetti, Lois Herman. THIRD ROW: Julie
rson, Darlene Anderson, Sandra Kaeseman, Lois St. John, Sharon Collins, Florence Langson, Joanne Walnlo. FOURTH ROW: Karen
Delorme, Jeanne Nleml, Margaret Lucci, Elaine Kivisto, Delores Lahti, Maxine Karhi, Lois Jalonen, Janet Young, Jean Erickson, Elizabeth
OR: Miss Mary Trolla.
Sister Sagrario .
Sister Marcella . .
Sister Maria Jesus . .
In the "farewell scene" of their play are: STANDING: Bill Bond Edith
G S t Laurila, Ann Richards, Barbara Dawe, Maxine Repola, Barbara Roos Sharon
Sister Ioanna of the Cross .
Mistress of Novices .
Sister Tornera .
Sister Inez . .
The Doctor . . .
Teresa . .
Poet in Interlude
. Caryl Sundine
. Barbara Roos
. Maxine Repola
. Barbara Dawe
. . Ann Richards
. Sandra Collins
. Naoma Laurila
. Tom Anderson
. . Fred LaMere
. Edith Nylander
. William Bond
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andstrom, Caryl Sundlne.
Director ................. Berlyene Miller
Technical Director . . . . . Mr. Ronald VanTassel
Musical Director . ...... William Richards
Stage Crew . . . . Steven Stoll, Scott Bannon,
Costumes ....... Margaret Lucci, Jeanne Niemi,
Mary Bogetto, Joyce Peterson, Barbara Roberts,
Corrine Laak, Judy Pascoe, Thyra Matta,
Darlene Uitto, Darlene Guizzetti,
Gloria Etelamaki, Rae Matthews
Light Crew ..... ...... E d Cory, Steve Gervae
Construction Crew . . Allan Kananen, Esther Kauppila,
Pauline Lakanen, Sharon Collins,
Lois Herman, Janice Peterson
Publicity and Tickets . . .Judy Lakanen, Jean Johnson,
Karen Wigg, Katherine Mattson,
Helen Kivisto, Ruth Leece
Makeup Joy Holman, Joan Violetta, Julie Kemp,
' , Diana Hintsala, Sally Luoma
. Properties ....... , Marilyn Rogers, Lynn Wicklund,
. Nancy Jurmu, Nancy Grayes, Sharon Melka,
' Q Prompters ........ Nancy Johnson, Eunice Johnson
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Mr. VanTassel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Steve Gervae
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FRONT ROW: CLeft to Right! Ierry Sundberg, Fran Chetto, Bill Isaacson, Don Larson, Pete Paine, Captain: Bob Manske, Dan Maki Jim Garceau
lim Collins, Bill Bond, Bill Wassberg. MIDDLE ROW: Pete Chevrette, Paul Carollo, Tom Anderson, Alan Hendrickson, Iohn Riekkl, jack Rlekkl,
Marvin Harry, Matt Ritola, Dennis jarvi, Keith Gagnon. BACK ROW: Coach Lowell Morris, LeRoy Iarvi, Richard Ellis, Reuven Romback Rudy Iohnson,
Don Gagnon, Bob Pizlali, Paul Polkinohorne. Ron Leiviska. CAMERA SHY: Leroy Salmio, Coach Jack Taylor, and Lee Sayrlng Ed Cory, Student
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Negau nee football fans had plenty to cheer about during 1957, as the Miners collected
5 wins out of a total of 8 games. It marks the first time the Miners have had a winning foot
ball season since 1954.
Following is a summary of Negaunee's grid season:
CAPTAIN BOB MANSKE
This is a scene from Negaunee's Homecoming Game, which the Miners won by a score
of 14-12 , over the Calumet Copper Kings. To add an extra thrill to the occasion, Calumet
had been undefeated before their encounter with the Miners.
The crowning of the queen took place after the burning of the "Calumet Dummy" the previous
night. On the afternoon of the game, a parade was held, and the senior class took first place
with their float entitled, "Gunning for Victory. " Second prize was awarded to the Masque and
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Homecoming queen candidates for 1957 were: STANDING: lLeft to Right! Barbara
Dawe, Barbara Roos, Darlene Uitto and Nancy Arcand. SITTING: Ann Richards
and Iulie Kemp.
This year's homecoming queen was Ann Richards. Queen Ann was crowned at
the burning of the Calumet dummy by Bob Manske, captain of the football team.
Barbara Dawe and Barbara Roos served as Ann's court.
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KNEELING: Cleft to Rightl Lee Sayring, Student Manager: Coach Jack Taylor, Jack Riekki, statistician. STANDING Ixm Garceau B111 Bond LeRoy
Iarvi, Dan Maki, Marvin Harry, Tom Anderson, Alan Hendrickson, Iohn Riekki, Russ Iacka, Bruce Stevens, Don Larson Bob Piziali Marty Isaacson
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FRONT ROW: QLeft to Righty Kon ueviska, Billy Isaacson, Matt Ritola, Howard Parkkonen, Howard Krook Alvin Thomas Coach Dominic
Ghlardi. SECOND ROW: David Etelamaki, Kurt Johnson, Gene Ianglois, David Impola, Terry Talo James Harris Tom Makela Iames
Alrd. CAMERA SHY: Iames Domplerre.
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FRONT ROWI iLeft to Rightj David Johnson, Allen Sivula, David Mattson, Dale Numikoski, Richard Trewhella, Gary Chapman, Terry
Parlotto' TOP ROW? Dennis Afcafldl Ken I-91110, Jim Thomas, Charles Brock, Raymond Maki, Peter Chaeffer, Coach Lodie Morris.
FRONT ROW: QLeft to Rightl Paul Hahka, James Ranta, Ronald Salmer, Iames Thomas, Donald Kaupplla, Dennis Veale, Ronald Hill,
Dean Delongchamp, Paul Smith, Bruce Beauchaine, Daryl Robare, Ivan Lahde. TOP ROW: Iohn Williamson, Paul I-lonkola, Roy Mclka,
Gary Bath, Roland Koski, Richard Kent, Nicky Lakari, Lenny Laurila, Melvin Roseveare, Coach Arthur Wassburg. CAMERA SHY: Bryon
Tom Anderson, Negaunee's star in the mile, does it agalnl
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Leading school cheers are the Varsity Cheerleaders. LEFT TO RIGHT: Jean Levlllle, Ginger Karkl, Grace Mattson, Julia Parkkonen, Barbara Roos
N. H. S. down the field
Never yield, raise high your shield
March on to victory
For N. H. S. and the maize and blue.
N. H. S. we're for you
Here for you to cheer for you
We have no fear for you
Oh, N. H. S.
Keeping a strong school spirit are "B" Team Cheerleaders:
STANDING: lLeEt to Rightl Darlene Anderson, Ruth Hill.
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Darkkonen, Barbara Roos, Nancy Maki, jill Hill, Vivian Akel.
The Negaunee Majorettes, under the direction
of Mr. Walter Daley, provided spectacular half time
entertainment at the Soo, Marquette, and Ishpeming
basketball games. They are composed of five senior
girls, a freshman girl, a sophomore girl, and an
eighth grade girl. The five seniors marched with
the band for several parades and during half time
at the high school football games.
The majorettes sponsored rock 'n' roll dances
for the junior high students in the school gymnasium.
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Nancy Jurmu, Delores Anderson, Ioy Holman, and Keith Gagnon
evaluate the points submitted by students desiring membership
in the Masque and Gavel. CAMERA SHY: Naoma Laurila.
Iim, julia, lean, Ioy, and Pat model hats and masks, prepared by members, while selling
tickets for the Halloween dance the Masque and Gavel sponsored for Negaunee students
in the school gymnasium.
Nancy Johnson, Naoma Laurila, Lois Piziali,
Garceau, Loretta Posio, Paul Rosten, Bob M
Helen Kivisto, Cynthia Kurin, Ierry Sundberg,
Kathy Prusi, Delores Anderson, Iulie Kemp
Riekki, lim Aird, Darlene Guizzetti, Donna Etl
Gagnon, Marty Isaacson, Lois Herman,
Fred LaMere, Karen Gurchinoff, Nancy Iurmu
Kathy Mattson, Marilyn Rogers, Gloria Etlamak
Parkkinen, Pat Palm Steve Stoll.
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Elohnson, Ianice Tambling, Iudy Korpinen,
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oilanen, Tom Anderson, Candy Prusi, Keith
la, Carol Prusi, Iudy Pascoe, Ann Richards,
1, Pat Gorst, Barbara Roberts, Lynn Wicklund,
Iulia Parkkinen, Rueven Romback, Margaret
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'lg them on this trip was the Chorale, which
Presiding officers for the Masque and Gavel this year are Pete
Cheverette, President: Ann Richards, Secretary and Treasurer:
and Bob Manske, Student Council Representative. CAMERA
SHY: Fred LaMere, Vice-President.
Masque and Gavel members Fred LaMere, Steven Stoll, Ann Richards, and Bob Man ke,
and special guest Mr. Brotherton enjoy the delicious food prepared by Miss Mille, at
the Masque and Gavel Christmas banquet.
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Student Council is shown here discussing a future project. SEATED: fLeft to Rlghtl Robert Manske, Martin lssacson, Jean Johnson, Elaine Nurmi
Susan Ives, Jean Hendrickson. STANDING: Daniel Maki, Jim Aird, Alan Hendrickson, Rudy Maki and Iames Smith. CAMERA SHY: Ed Cory, Julia
Parkkonen, Ioy Holman, Karen Stille, Anne Kuusisto, David Mattson, Ivan Lahde, Karen Ruokkola, Gary Bath.
Representatives are chosen annually from the
different classes and larger school clubs to serve
on the Student Council, which acts as a link between
the faculty and the student body.
Some of the projects which the council had part
in this year were: trying for a new electric score-
board for the football field through the magazine
sales credit system, backing a code of dress rules
for the students, sponsoring junior high dances and
selecting the various programs that are presented in
the assembly during the school year.
ante' , 1957
Miss Judie Thomas, member of the 1957
graduating class was awarded the Diamond
Judie was outstanding in extra-curricular
activities and maintained a high scholastic
record. To continue her education, Judie
has enrolled in Northern Michigan College of
Education in Marquette, Michigan where she
is majoring in French.
She was the third winner of the scholar-
ship first awarded in 1955.
Mr. Tom Pellow presents Judy with a dictionary which is awarded
along with the Diamond Jubilee Scholarship.
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Seventeen members of the Class of 1957 were elected to the membership in the National
Honor Society. Factors considered were scholarship, leadership, service and character. This
list comprises fifteen per cent of the class.
1. Diane Kathleen Anderson
2. Rodney James Bessolo
3. Richard Charles Born
4. Florence Ann Ellis
5. Patricia Ann Hampton
6. William Toby Hyry
7. Leonard William Isaacson
8. Arlene Yvonne Kempainen
9. Carol Ann Kokko
10. June Pauline Laukka
11. Kathryn Helen MacDonald
12. Ruth Ellen Makela
13. Karen Ann Maki
14. Maila Veber Mallett
15. Anita Jane Nurmi
16. Judith Lynn Thomas
17. Edward Forrest Vanni
The girls learned another use for the nose
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History has been made! For the first time the Negaunee Tri-Hi-Y has sent delegates to Tri-Hi-Y
camp at Torch Lake and to Tri-Hi-Y legislature in Lansing. Both experiences were a profitable ed-
ucational gain to the club and especially to the delegates.
Religion has been their main project this past year. In studying the different faiths they have
had speakers from different denominations and also visited many churches.
In addition some of the usual activities have taken place, such as a bake sale, a world service
project to help build a chapel in Korea, a homecoming float, halloween party, banquet to celebrate
the end of exams, polio collection at the games and many others.
This year, like all other years, the Tri-Hi-Y has been a happy and busy service organization.
Advisor .... . . . Miss Kulju Secretary ..... . . Nancy Dobson
President .... . . Maxine Repola Social Secretary . . . .Karen Annelin
Vice-President . . .Edith Nylander Historian .... . Carol Rantanen
Treasurer .... . . Karen Wigg Chaplain .... . Caryl Sundine
Attending a worship service headed by Chaplain Caryl Sundine, are the following: FRONT ROW: CLeft to Rlghtl Mary Lou Andrews,
Jean Iohnson, Carol Rantanen, Diane Deschaine, Ioellyn Vanni, Karen Annelin, Maxine Repola, Elaine Nurml. SECOND ROW: Karen
Peterson, Marcia Pascoe, Judy Korpinen, Ioan Borlace, Sandra Gemdt, Karen Wigg, Ruth Niemi, Barbara Dawe. STANDING: Miss
Kulju, Edith Nylander, Barbara Roos, Ilona Rubatt, Nancy Dobson. CAMERA SHY: Sandra Collins, Alice Domplerre, Kay Williamson.
Nylander ln Lansing.
The "Scrub 'em" theme came true.
Mrs. Waters teaches SLAAMS the tricks to
keep the library running smoothly. They are
BACK ROW: KLeft to Right! Mrs. Waters, Evelyn Niemi, Evelyn Kennedy,
Ruth Niemi, Diane Deschaine, Carol Prusi, Grace Mattson, Lois Ialonen.
FRONT ROW: Harriet Kemp, Margie Mattson, Maxine Karhi, Carol
Rantanen, Jean Hendrickson. CAMERA SHY: Judy Pascoe, Karen Kaseman.
Sl-AAMS sfearn Lise Gare! tgncfex to fefp Cgtucfents
The Student Librarian Assistant Association of
Michigan members help students in using the library
and assist with the circulation of books, pamphlets
The SLAAMS is not all work and no play. There
is also a social side of the SLAAMS' meeting, at
which the following officers preside: President,
Judy Pascoe: Vice-President, Ruth Niemig Secretary,
Evelyn Niemig Treasurer, Diane Deschaine, Student
Council Representative, Iean Hendrickson. Mrs.
Waters is their advisor.
Busy wrapping Christmas
gifts, the Future Nurses
are LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Williams, Karen Wigg, lean Johnson,
Barbara Dawe, Elizabeth Nicholls, Carol Datson, Kaye Williamson
CAMERA SHY: Mary Lou Andrews, Karen Annelin, Ioan Borlace, Mariorie Mattson, Elaine Nurmi
and Carole Roberts.
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Starting their busy year, the Future Nurses Club
prepared Christmas baskets. The Club's members
were co-sponsors for the St. Patrick's day treats
for the people at the Negaunee and Palmer con-
valescent homes, made visits to local hospitals ,
and assisted the school nurse in testing the students'
eyes and in giving T. B. tests. Members of the
club also discussed numerous nursing schools they
would like to attend.
Presiding as this year's officers of the club are:
President, Barbara Dawep Vice-President, Karen
Annelin, Secretary, Karen Wiggp Treasurer, Elaine
Nurmig Student Council Representative, Iean Iohnsonp
Advisor, Mrs. Williams.
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SITTING: lLeft to Rightl Clarice Larson, Helen Klvisto, Darlene Guizzetti, Diane Hintsala, Nancy Grayes, Marsha Oja, Gearldine Christi.
ING: lean Ann Bond, Carol Datson, Kay Connors, Anne Carilli, Katy Annala, Jean Erickson, Kathleen Iuidici, Alice Stone, Thyra Matta.
SHY: Marsha Pascoe.
The G.A.A. has adopted a point system this year so the
members will be able to earn awards. A girl gets points for
every sport she participates in and at the end of the year
these points are compiled to see what each girl has earned.
This is very well liked by the girls because never before
in our school has a girl had the chance to earn her own
Some of the sports that are played are. . soccer, volley-
ball, basketball, deck tennis, bowling, tennis and soft-
Mrs. Peters, advisor for first half of
Busy looking over the newly formed constitution are the officers of the G.A.A. SITTING:
fLeft to Right! Iulla Parkkonen, Student Council, Ioy Holman, President: Gwen Swanson,
Treasurer. STANDING: Judy Korplnen, Sandra Gerndt, 1111 Levine and Nancy Dobson, Board
of Directors. CAMERA SHY: Carolyn Jacobson, Secretary.
Action from a basketball game. Players are:
Joy Holman, Nancy Dobson, Julia Parkkonen.
STANDING: CLeft to Rightl Esther Kauppila, Shirley Johnson, Dorothy Warren, Toni Galleto. SEATED Karen Mitchell Miss
Brumm, Ioanne Iuchemich, Carol Mattson. CAMERA SHY: Sara Shaw, Rae Warner.
New is certainly the best word to describe the
Debate Club. Miss Brumm, the leader of nine girls
who were unfamiliar with debating , took the team
to two debates. They came home with a 501, average.
The question used to debate was, "Resolved
that direct United States economic aid should be
limited to technical assistants and disaster relief. "
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Under the direction of Miss Berlyene Miller,
Negaunee's forensic students had a busy spring.
A forensic student could always be detected in
the crowd by the way he kept muttering his declamation
under his breath.
Giving her declamation for fellow Forensic students is Gwen Swanson. Listeners are: LEFT TO RIGHT: Kay Connors, Karen Mitchell, Carol
Mattson, Karen Stille. CAMERA SHY: Barbara Dawe, Pat Gorst, Carolyn Jacobson, Naoma Laurila, Edith Nylander, Iulia Parkkonen, Ann
Richards, Bill Richards, Barbara Roos, Darlene Uitto.
In a joint meeting are the two Horizon Clubs with Edith Nylander presiding FIRST ROW KLeit to Rightl Lynn Wtcklund Nancy
Arcand, Barbara Roos, Ilona Rubatt. SECOND ROW: Gwen Swanson, Karen Wigg Marion Whitford Barbara Dawe Ioy Holman Iulia
Parkkonen, Jean Sandstrom. THIRD ROW: Julie Kemp, Jean Iohnson. CAMERA SHY Nancy Iurmu Alice Dompierre Sandra Collins
5160,-,son Cfufus ave omt meeting
During the past year .the two Senior Horizon
Clubs have been busy with many projects. Besides
taking part in the annual Camp Fire Carnival, the
girls have been frequently called upon to assist
leaders with Bluebird groups. Most of the girls
have been members of this fine organization for
approximately ten years, so they have really earned
the honor of belonging to Horizon Club.
The advisors of the clubs are Mrs. Iohn H. Johnson
and Mrs. Sheldon Collins.
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SCOUT SLOGAN: "Do A Good Turn Daily. "
SCOUT MOTTO: "Be Prepared. "
Each of the Senior Scouts earned their Hospital
Aide Bar Pins by contributing thirty volunteer hours
of service at Francis A. Bell Memorial Hospital.
This was the second troop in Marquette County to
earn this award. Three of the Senior Scouts, Iudy
Lisa, Iudy Marketty, and Nancy Dobson earned the
Forest Aide Bar by working in the school forest.
Making corsages for the patients at the Negaunee Convalescent Home are: LEFT TO RIGHT: Naoma Laurila, Nancy Iohnson, Euncxe Iohnson
Iudy Schelinski, Ioan Violetta, Mrs. Dobson, Sharon Darling, Nancy Dobson, Ann Richards, Geraldine Kutchie.
Watching Darlene Ultto, Pat Palm, and Iulia Parkkonen type on the new electric typewriters are: STANDING: KLeft to Rlghtl Caryl Sundine, Nancy
Iohnson, Kathy Mattson, Susan Ives, Kathryn Johnson, Alice Dompierre, Ruth Niemi, Gwen Swanson, Margaret Parkinen, Miss Ianlce Gibson, Ad-
visor. SEATED: Karen Lehto, Ioan Niemx, Ilona Rubatt, Ieanne Sandstrom.
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The newly organized Commercial Club is composed of seniors and is advised by Miss
Ianice Gibson. The officers are: Darlene Uitto, President: Jeanne Sandstrom, Vice-
President: Caryl Sundine, Treasurer: Nancy Johnson, Secretary: Susan Ives, Student Coun-
During the school year, the girls put on a successful bake sale to raise funds for
their future activities. Noted persons in the commercial field gave talks advising the
girls on different phases of business. The club also went on some delightful and bene-
ficial excursions to business places to gain some helpful tips on what to expect on their
Exams caused quite a commotion as the club planned a banquet to celebrate the end
of the half by stuffing themselves with Italian spaghetti and other delectable foods.
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Xfelllng "trackl " are some of the members of the new Ski Club: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Lou Andrews, Sue Ives, Ierry Vloletta, Leona
Kananen, Ioan Vloletta, Gwen Swanson, Nancy Dobson. CAMERA SHY: Lee Erck, Jerry Sundberg, B111 Johnson, Scott Bannon, Alton '
Chapman, Tom Anderson, Ilm Harris, Joy Holman, Steve Stoll, Fritz Olson, Allan Kananen, Ilona Rubatt, Sharon Darling, Donna Etelamaki.
Lee Erck ......... President
Leona Kananen . Secretary-Treasurer
joy Holman ..... Student Council
Ierry Sundberg . . . jumping Cantaln
Ilm Harris . Downhill Slalom Captain
Miss Brumm ......... Advisor
Miss I-llll.Downh1l1 Slalom Instructor
1959 Olympic Team ????
Karen Wlgg and lean Johnson get the last issue ready.
Planning for the March issue are Bob Polklnghorne and
me nu. N1
Trying to meet the deadline for the paper,
Johnson, Ruthie Nlemi, Ioy Holman, Iudy
Iean Hendrickson, Darlene Uitto, Ca
Lee Armstrong, Paul Carollo, Carolyn
looking up information are Kathleengirusl and Carol
Rantanen, editors of the April issue.
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Darlene Ultto and Katheryn Mattson plan for the September
Staff is: LEFT TO RIGHT: Karen Wigg, lean
letta, Carol Rantanen, Katherine Mattson,
eschaine, Grace Mattson. CAMERA SHY:
kinghorne, Kathleen Prusi.
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Reading the stories for the December issue are Ioan
Vloletta and Lee Armstrong.
tors of the November issue lean Hendrickson, Judy
Pascoe and Ioy Holman, make the dummy sheets.
Discussing the February issue of the paper are Grace
Mattson, Ruth Niemi and Carolyn Iacobson.
The October issue of the paper is discussed by Carol
and Diane De schaine .
sing now. as the Cghenw..
With the usual hurry and scurry of annual staffs, the journalism class sent in the sixth
Negaunee High School Pioneer to the printers.
Heading this year's book was jean Johnson, with Grace Mattson as Iunior Editor. Both
girls, along with Karen Wigg, attended the summer workshop for high school publications at
Michigan State University. Their scholarships were sponsored by the V. F.W. , the B. P. O. E. ,
and the United Steelworkers of America, of Negaunee.
Planning the 1958 Pioneer are: LEFT TO RIGHT: Diane Deschaine, Iunior BusirEssManager: Jean Hendrickson, Katheryn Mattson, Darlene
Uitto, Senior Business Managers: lean Johnson, Senior Editor: Grace Mattson, Iunior Editor.
Busy with last minute preparations of the Pioneer are: LEFT TO RIGHT: Carol Prusi, Karen Wigg,
Ioy Holman, Judy Pascoe, Ruthie Niemi, Ioan Violetta, Carol Rantanen. CAMERA SHY: Lee
Armstrong, Carolyn Iacobson, Bob Polkinghorne, Kathleen Prusi, Paul Carollo.
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Studying professional work are: LEFT TO RIGHT: Iulia Parkkonen, Ioyi Holman, Ilona Rubatt, Barbara Lehtonen. CAMERA SI-IY: Alan Kananen, Iim
Harris, Sandra Gerdnt, Iames Stone, Karen Annelin, Diane Deschaine. '
The Camera Club's main assignment is to take
snapshots ofthe classrooms, parties, assemblies
and other school activities during the school year
for the Pioneer.
Students from grades nine through twelve are
able to join the Camera Club.
There are no elected officers as the photographers
are supervised by the Pioneer editors.
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Discussing good points of other school papers are the members of Quill and Scroll. LEFT TO RIGHT: Iudy Pascoe, lean Johnson, Darlene
Uitto, Jean Hendrickson, Katherine Mattson. ,
Five members of the 1958 graduating class achiev-
ed recognition in journalism during their high school
They were admitted into the Quill and Scroll,
the International Honor Society for High School
The local chapter of the Quill and Scroll was
established in Negaunee High School, November
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MRS. MYRTLE DeFANT
Secretary To Principal
MISS MARIAN ANNEAR
ND 5. W Qofrn
S cretary To Superintendent
MR. H. I. ANIIIRSON - Mr. H. I. Anderson fomlerly of Marquette,
is the father of two girls. I-Ie attended Gustavlus Adolphus
College and the University of Chicago, to gain training for his
job. He teaches physics and science, and also serves as
MISS ARNETH - looking behind a big smile one can usually see
Miss Ameth. Her smiles have been going out to her ninth grade
English students and the Future Teachers Club which she heads
and also to the rest of the students and faculty members of
N.H.S. for more than three decades.
MR. BROTHERION - Mr. Brotherton has a very remarkable talent
when lt comes to teaching. He can draw the shyest students out
of their shells to participate in class projects. He does this in
a subtle way thus the student hardly realizes that he is no longer
shy. By the way Mr. Brotherton is very fond of cats and Music-
Cats Music Students. What a combination!
MISS BRUMM - Among the new faces ln our school Miss Brumm
appeared this year. Her cooperation ln leading Debate, Ski Club,
and the Junior Class Play was certainly a blessing to many of the
MISS DOROTHY CRASE - Miss Dorothy Crase, a newcomer to
our school, teaches seventh and eighth grade social studies.
Her home town is Rockland, Michigan, and her choice of col-
leges, was Northem Michigan College of Education.
MR. WALTER DALEY - Our very capable band instructor is Mr.
Walter Daley. Mr. Daley also gives private lessons to up and
coming musicians. Mr. Daley plays several instruments, in-
cluding the comet, the violin and the clarinet.
MR. DALLY - Mr. Dally, a father and grandfather, is originally
from Natlonal Mlne. He attended hlgh school in Gwinn and
college at Northern and the Unlverslty of Michigan. He feels
that he is different from others ln that he tries to stay young
with the students he teaches.
MR. CHESTER DAUMITZ - Mr. Daumitz, teacher of chemistry and
drivers' education, hails from Stambaugh. He attended Wisconsin
State College, Michigan State Unlverslty, and the University of
Minnesota. Mr. Daumltz's main hobby ls traveling.
MRS. MARILYN PLANNIGAN - Mrs. Flannlgan, the mother of
four children comes from Duluth, Minnesota, and is a graduate
of the University of Minnesota. She has done some traveling
and says, "My social security number is what makes me different
from most other people. "
MR. DOMINIC GHIARDI - Mr. Ghlardl teaches general business,
clvlcs, and coaches basketball and football. He graduated from
Northem Michigan College, and was a lieutenant in the U.S. C. G.
MISS IANICE GIBSON - Miss Gibson teaches advanced typing,
stenography II, business machines, and retailing. She is a grad-
uate from Northern Michigan College and was chosen as the out-
standing senior woman there. She was a delegate to the Citizens'
Conference on Education in Lansing.
MR. EMIL GIMSE - Mr. Glmse, teacher of woodshop, art, me-
chanical drawing and crafts, resides in Marquette with his wife
and two children. He is a graduate of Northern Michigan College
and ls formerly of Gwinn, Michigan.
MR. RICHARD HEIDEMANN - Mr. Heldemann, teacher of history
and social studles, attended the University of Michigan, Northam,
and the University of Wisconsin. He is a natlve of Ironwood and
served in the U.S. Navy during World War I, and was night ed-
itor of the Michigan Daily paper for one year. Mr. Heidemann,
is married and has five children.
MR. KENNEIHHEIM - Mr. Helm, a graduate of Northem Michigan
College, teaches metal shop, crafts, and electricity He has
been to California twice and belongs to the National Guard He
ls originally of Bark River.
MR. RONALD HESCOTT - Mr. Hescott, of Nahma, attended the
Salvation Seminary, University of Mexico, and Northem Michigan
College. A teacher of Spanish ,' Latin, and world history, he left
us tn February to do graduate work at the University of Mexico.
MISS CHARLENE HILL - Miss Hill, our new girls' physical ed
ucatlon teacher, lives in Ishpeming. She graduated from Northern
Michigan College and formerly taught In Menomlnee She has
worked at Champion Beach during the summer as a llfe guard
MRS. MARCELLA I-IOUSEMAN - Mrs. Houseman teaches home-
making to the seventh, eighth, and ninth grades. She is from
Palermo, Maine and she graduated from Nasson College.
MISS ANNA KULJU - Miss Kulju teaches homemaking to girls of
St. Pau1's school as well as Negaunee High A native of
Ishpemlng , she graduated from Northern Michigan College and
the University of Michigan. Miss Kulju is advisor to the Trl
Hi-Y and she claims that she is breathing of the same molecules
of air that Caesar breathed.
MRS. MARY MATTHEWS - Mrs. Matthews, who teaches eighth
grade arithmetic, is a sister of Mr. Robert Northey, another math
teacher at N.H.S. She attended Northern Michigan College and
the University of Michigan.
MR. LOWELL MORRIS - Mr. Morris, the father of two girls is
Negaunee's football coach. He was active in sports when he was
attending college at Superior State, Northern State Teachers'
College, and the University of Michigan. He is formerly of
MR. PAUL MELI Mr. Meli, the government and sociology
teacher, is married and has three children. He is formerly of
Ishpeming,.Mlch1gan, and has attended Albion College and the
University of Michigan. Mr. Meli is an athletic official, and
he has served three years in the Air Force.
MISS BERLYENE MILLER - Miss Miller teaches senior English
and she also directed the senior class play. Her home town is Ada,
Oklahoma, and she has attended East Central College, and the
University of Iowa.
MISS DOROTHY MILLER - Miss Miller, the eighth grade English
teacher has attended Northern and Westem Michigan Colleges.
She has traveled to Hawaii, Canada, New York, and California.
Miss Miller is a native of Negaunee.
MR. ROBERT NORTHEY - Mr. Northey, a native of Negaunee,
and graduate of Northem Michigan College and the University of
Michigan, teaches plane and solid geometry, advanced and
college algebra, and trig. Mr. Northey served for five years in
the U.S. Army and he is an athletic official.
MR. LEINO PYNNONEN - Mr. Pynnonen, teacher of science at
N. H. S. , graduated from Northern Michigan and the University
of Michigan. Mr. Pynnonen is the advisor to the Hi-Y Club.
He spends his spare moments with his two children.
MR. AL RUDNESS - Mr. Rudness, a graduate of Northern and the
University of Michigan, teaches junior high math, printing,
drafting, and woodwork. Mr. Rudness has been a Boy Scout
leader for 21 years with a Silver Beaver Award. He was for-
merly a coach and has been an athletic official for 31 years. Mr.
Rudness is married and has two children
MISS IRENE RUSZKOWSK1 - Miss Ruszkowski, whose home town is
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, attended Duquesne University and
Columbia University. In Negaunee, she teaches tenth grade
English and French. Miss Ruszkowskiis also the advisor to
the Nee-Hy-Nuz and Pioneer staffs.
MR. JACK TAYLOR - Mr. Taylor, basketball coach, was chosen
as Coach of the Year in 1957. He ls from Niagra, Wisconsin, is
married and has three children.
MR. VICTOR TOIVONEN - Mr. Toivonen teaches woodshop, crafts,
and auto mechanics. He is a graduate of Michigan State Univer-
sity, and is formerly of Iron River, Michigan. He is married and
has four children.
MISS MARY TROLLA - Mlss Trolla joined the N.H.S. faculty last
year as a music instructor. She is from Wakefield and attended
Northern. Her skill at playing the trumpet is one of her out-
standing talents .
MISS ELSIE TULLBERG - Miss Tullberg, a native of Negaunee,
teaches art at N. H.S. .A graduate of Negaunee High and Northern
Michigan College, she says lt seems as though she has helped
9,999 students in art so far in her teaching career.
MR. MATT VANNI - Mr. Vanni, a native of Negaunee, teaches
machine woodwork, carpentry, cablnet making, and wood finish-
ing. He is married and has five children. He has attended
Bradley University and the University of Michigan.
MR. LAWRENCE WALLIN - Mr. Wallin is from Hibbing, Minnesota
and attended Hibbing Iunlor College and the University of
Minnesota. He teaches American history and world history.
MR. ARTHUR WASSBERG - Mr. Wassberg is a graduate of Northern
and the University of Michigan. He teaches typing and coaches
the Iunlor High Basketball team.
MR. OSCAR WASSBERG - Mr. Wassberg is a football coach at
N.H.S. He also teaches seventh grade arithmetic. His home
town is Negaunee and he is a brother to Mr. Arthur Wassberg,
also a faculty member. He ls married to the former Alma Carlson
and they have one son.
MRS. MARGUERXTE I. WATERS - Mrs. Waters, originally from
Ironwood, is the librarian. As far as she knows, she owns more
cats than anyone else. . . so she says.
MRS. ARDES WILLIAMSON - Mrs. Williamson is the wife of
N. H.S. 's business manager, George Williamson. Her home town
is Kane, Pennsylvania, and she has attended Northwestern
University and the University of Chicago. She teaches algebra,
general math, arithmetic.
MRS. MURIEL WILLS - Mrs. Wills jolned us at the end of the
first semester to take the place of Mr. VanTassel. She ls the
wife of Mr. Verl Wills, also a teacher ln N. H.S.
MR. VERL WILLS - Mr. Wills, the biology, psychology, and
physiology teacher has had two of his students place first ln
annual Science Fair competition. Mr. Wills is from Palmer, and
has attended Northern Michigan College. He served with the
Army Medical Crops during World War II.
MR. CHARLES WHITE - Mr. White, teacher of shorthand, typing,
and drivers' education, graduated from Northem Michigan College
and the University of Michigan. Mr. White served four years in
World War II. He is formerly of Ishpemlng, Michigan.
MRS. IEAN SUNDQUIST - Mrs. Sundquist teaches choral music,
general music, and music appreciation. She graduated from
Northern Michigan College and the University of Michigan and
did graduate work at Yale University last year. Being very ln-
terested in music, Mrs. Sundqulst says she hates to see the
senior musicians leave. Mrs. Sundquist has two children, Marc
MRS. AMANDA WILLIAMS - Mrs. Williams, the first school nurse
in Negaunee, has been here for eighteen out of her forty years
in the profession. Keeping the nursing profession in the family,
her mother and her only daughter also attended Augustana in
Chicago to become R. N. 's.
Taking time out for the camera are: LEFT TO RIGHT: Samuel M. Ford, Trustee: Mrs. Laila
Rivers, Secretary, Thomas L. Collins, Trustee: Leslie W. Richards, President, Alvin C. Hampton,
Treasurer, T. George Williamson, Business Manager.
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get the books in order for the coming year.
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Ioan and Bob distribute posters telling of the new Nee-Hy-
The seniors bragged about winning first place with their float for a month after
Negaunee vs. Calumet. We won!
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Nice buck , Alvarl
The hard-working Future Teachers did
a good job again this year on trimming
Kathy, Darlene, and Ioy work on the annual tuberculosis
issue ofthe Nuz.
TV stars for a day! Mr. Daumltz, Mr. Anderson, Barbara, Ken, and Ed appeared on
the local station to demonstrate science principles.
Tdmmy, Howard, and lim "sit one out" at the Sophomore class pany.
Tired of dancing , girls?
Mr. Russo explains meat-cutting to the
How was the French exam, girls ?
Cokes inspire the girls as they plan for the junior prom
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The last minute rush ln order to get the
Pioneer sent in on time.
The lunch line .
The Iunior Class Play was also presented this month.
Sorry, no pictures.
Kathryn MacDonald is shown with--Mr. Wills, after her exhibit on anatomy won
first place at the Science Fair in '57. She won a trip to Los Angeles, and entered
her project in the National Science Fair.
The ladies behind the tantalizing smells in the halls.
"Sloppy Joes" and Milk for lunch today.
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Iean and Karen, making preparations for the big day
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The seniors' "a1l male cabinet" plan the year's activities.
Airaudi , Jim
Commercial Club, Glee Club, Masque and
Gavel, Mixed Chorus.
Baseball, Basketball, Class Officer, Football,
Iunior Play, Masque and Gavel, Prom Com-
mittee, Senior Play, Track.
Andrews, Mary Lou
Band, Camp Fire, Concert Orchestra, Future
Nurses, G.A.A. , Masque and Gavel, Prom
Committee, Ski Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Tumbling.
Annala , Ralph
Band, Dance Band, G.A.A. , Homecoming
Queen Candidate, Horizon Club, Mixed Chorus,
Orchestra, Pep Band, Senior Ensemble.
Arms tro ng , Ken
Girl Scouts, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus.
Baseball, Basketball, Class Officer, Football,
Hi-Y, junior Play, Mixed Chorus, Senior
Borlace , Ray
Camp Fire, Future Nurses, Mixed Chorus.
Band, Concert Orchestra, Iunior Play, Mixed
Chorus, Pep Band, Prom Committee, Ski Club.
Football, Ring Committee.
Boy Scouts, Football, Iunior Play, Masque
and Gavel, Mixed Chorus, Prom Committee,
Football, Mixed Chorus, Track.
Class Officer, G.A.A. , Girls' State, Horizon
Club, Mixed Chorale, Mixed Chorus, Orches-
tra, Pioneer, Prom Committee, Senior Ensemble,
Senior Play, Tri-Hi-Y. T
Band, Camp Fire, Future Nurses, G.A.A. ,
Girl Scouts, Glee Club, Masque and Gavel,
Mixed Chorus, Prom Committee, Senior Play,
Band, Class Officer, Concert Orchestra,
Future Nurses , Forensics, G.A. A. , Home-
coming Queen Candidate, Horizon Club,
Mixed Chorale, Mixed Chorus, Prom Com-
mittee, Ring Committee, Senior Ensemble,
Senior Play, Tri-Hi-Y.
Glee Club, Tumbling.
Camera Club, Future Nurses, Future Teachers,
G.A.A. , Girl Scouts, Latin Club, Prom Com-
mittee, Ski Club, Student Council, Tri-Hi-Y,
Commercial Club, Glee Club, Horizon Club,
Mixed Chorus, Pioneer, Prom Committee, Sen-
ior Ensemble, Tri-Hi-Y.
The winning float, belonging to the seniors.
tions , Queen Ann!
It was a hard decision between Barbara Dawe, Barbara
Roos, Darlene Ultto, Nancy Arcand, Ann Richards
and Julie Kemp for Homecoming Queen. Congratula
Barbara and Gwen, CO-Chairmen forTast year's junior
prom, check their list for last minute details.
Basketball, Football, Future Teachers, Junior
Play, Masque and Gavel, Mixed Chorus,
Football, Iunior Play, Prom Committee, Ring
Committee, Ski Club.
Band, Girls' Quartet, Girl Scouts, Glee Club
Masque and Gavel, Mixed Chorus, Prom
Committee, Ski Club.
Camp Fire, G.A.A. , Glee Club, Masque and
Gavel, Mixed Chorus, Prom Committee.
Baseball, Basketball, Boy Scouts, Football,
Iunior Play, Mixed Chorale, Mixed Chorus,
Prom Committee, Rifle Club.
Basketball, Boy Scouts, Football, Iunior Play,
Masque and Gavel, Prom Committee, Track.
Ann, Bob, Ioy, Ilona, Jerry, Dan, Don, and Barb actually
working? Looks fishy. '
Forensics, Iunior Play, Masque and Gavel
Gravedoni , Bill
Basketball, Boy Scouts , Football, Rifle Club
Camera Club, Future Teachers, G.A.A. , Iun
ior Play, Masque and Gavel, Nee-Hy-Nuz
Pioneer, Prom Committee, Quill and Scroll
SLAAM, Spanish Club, Student Council
Himanka , Shelby
G. A. A.
Camera Club, Class Officer, Forensics,
Future Teachers, G.A.A. , Horizon Club,
Masque and Gavel, Mixed Chorus, Nee-Hy-
Nuz, Pioneer, Prom Committee, Ring Com-
mittee, Ski Club, Student Council, Tumbling,
Baseball, Basketball, Class Officer, Football,
Hi-Y, Masque and Gavel, Student Council,
Camp Fire, Camera Club, Commercial Club,
G.A.A. , Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Pioneer,
Ski Club, Spanish Club, Student Council.
Baseball, Basketball, Track.
Camera Club, Camp Fire, Commercial Club,
Future Nurses, G.A. A. , Girls' Quartet, Girl
Scouts, Glee Club, Iunior Play, Masque and
Gavel, Mixed Chorus, Pioneer, Prom Com-
mittee, Spanish Club.
Camera Club, Future Nurses, G.A. A. , Glee
Club, Horizon Club, Iunior Play, Mixed
Chorus, Nee-Hy-Nuz, Pioneer, Prom Com-
mittee, Quill and Scroll, Senior Ensemble,
Student Council, Tri-Hi-Y.
Iohnson, Kathryn '
Camp Fire, Commercial Club, Future Nurses,
G.A. A. , Glee Club, junior Play, Majorettes,
Mixed Chorus, Pioneer, Prom Committee.
Camera Club, Class Officer, Commercial
Club, Future Nurses, G.A.A. , Girls' En-
semble, Girls' Quartet, Girl Scouts, Junior
Play, Masque and Gavel, Mixed Chorus, Nee-
Hy-Nuz, Pioneer, Prom Committee.
Camp Fire, Prom Committee.
This year's seniors seem to be having a whale of a time at the "Under Water Fantasy."
G.A.A. , Girl Scouts, Horizon Club, Junior
Play, Masque and Gavel, Mixed Chorale,
Mixed Chorus, Tumbling, Senior Ensemble.
Glee Club, SLAAM.
Camera Club, Camp Fire, Mixed Chorus,
Pioneer, Science Pair, Ski Club, Spanish
Karhi , David
Mixed Chorus .
Cheerleader, G.A.A. , Masque and Gavel,
Mixed Chorus , Tumbling.
Girl Scouts, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Prom
G.A.A. , Glee Club, Homecoming Queen Can-
didate, Horizon Club, Masque and Gavel
Mixed Chorus, Prom Committee, Senior En-
Band, G.A.A. , Masque and Gavel, SLAAM,
Korpi , Eino
Camp Fire, Glee Club.
Glee Club, Masque and Gavel, Mixed Chorus
Glee Club .
Masque and Gavel, Junior Play, Senior Play,
Prom Committee, Spanish Club-
"Strutting Seniors "
Basketball, Football, Hi-Y, Junior Play,
Prom Committee, Track.
Camp Fire, Forensics, Future Nurses, G.A.A. ,
Girls' Quartet, Girl Scouts, Glee Club, Junior
Play, Masque and Gavel, Mixed Chorus, Prom
Committee, Senior Play.
Football, Hi-Y, Junior Play, Track.
Band, Commercial Club, Concert Orchestra,
Dance Band, Girls' Quartet, Mixed Chorus,
Cheerleader, Class Officer, Glee Club, G.A.
A. , Masque and Gavel, Mixed Chorale, Mixed
Chorus, Prom Committee, Ring Committee, Span-
ish Club , Tumbling.
Basketball, Class Officer, Football, Hi-Y,
Masque and Gavel, Mixed Chorus, Pioneer,
Prom Committee, Student Council, Track.
Basketball, Football, Hi-Y, Junior Play,
Masque and Gavel, Mixed Chorus, Prom
Committee, Student Council, Track.
Future Nurses, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus,
Prom Committee, SLAAM.
Commercial Club, Glee Club, Junior Play,
Majorettes , Masque and Gavel, Mixed Chor-
ale, Mixed Chorus, Nee-Hy-Nuz, Pioneer,
Prom Committee, Quill and Scroll.
Basketball, Boy Scouts , Hi-Y, Junior Play
Masque and Gavel, Prom Committee, Track
Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, SLAAM.
Girl Scouts, Glee Club, Spanish Club.
Mr. Meli "c1ues in" Iulie and Nancy on the day's assignment. K
Commercial Club, G.A.A. , Girl Scouts, Glee
Club, Majorettes, Prom Committee, Ski Club,
Camp Fire, Commercial Club, Future Nurses,
Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Nee-Hy-Nuz,
Pioneer, SLAAM, Tri-Hi-Y.
Mixed Chorus, Track.
Band, Concert Orchestra, Dance Band, For-
ensics, G.A.A. , Horizon Club, Pep Band,
Pioneer, Prom Committee, Senior Play, Tri-
Band, Basketball, Boy Scouts, Football, Hi-Y,
Iunior Play, Mixed Chorale, Mixed Chorus,
Spanish Club, Track.
Paine , Peter
Ready to blow up the physics lab, Mike?
Camera Club, Commercial Club, Iunior Play,
G.A.A. , Masque and Gavel, Spanish Club.
Commercial Club, Horizon Club, Masque and
Camera Club, Cheerleader, Commercial Club,
Forensics, Future Teachers, G.A.A. , Horizon
Club, Iunior Play, Majorettes, Masque and
Gavel, Nee-Hy-Nuz, Orchestra, Pioneer, Prom
Committee, Senior Play, Ski Club, String En-
semble, Student Council, Tumbling.
Masque and Gavel, Nee-Hy-Nuz, Pioneer,
Prom Committee, Quill and Scroll, Science
Camp Fire, G.A.A. , Glee Club, Majorettes,
Peterson , Ken
Pezzotti , Eugene
Basketball, Boy Scouts, Boys' Quartet, Foot-
ball, Hi-Y, Mixed Chorus, Prom Committee,
Pietila , Wallace
Girl Scouts, Glee Club, Masque and Gavel,
Mixed Chorus, Nee-Hy-Nuz, Pioneer, Prom
Band, Class Officer, Concert Orchestra,
Latin Club, Mixed Chorus, Prom Committee,
Future Nurses, Junior Play, Senior Play, Tri-Hi-
Richards , Ann
Band, Concert Orchestra, Debate, Forensics
Girl Scouts, Homecoming Queen, Junior Play,
Masque and Gavel, Pep Band, Pioneer, Prom
Committee, Senior Play.
Band, Concert Orchestra, Forensics, Hi-Y,
Mixed Chorale, Mixed Chorus, Pep Band,
Reikki, Iack '
Football, Junior Play, Masque and Gavel, Track.
Masque and Gavel.
Masque and Gavel, Mixed Chorale, Mixed
Chorus, Prom Committee, Spanish Club.
Recent transfer from Gwinn, Michigan. Gwinn
Prom Committee, Gwinner News Staff, Gwinn
Iunior Play, Gwinn 4-H Club.
Basketball, Boys' Ensemble, Boys' Quartet,
Football, Masque and Gavel, Mixed Chorale,
Mixed Chorus, Track'.
Does the trig class always work this hard?
Roos , Barbara
Cheerleader, Class -Officer, Concert Orches-
tra, Forensics, Future Nurses, Homecoming
Queen Candidate, Horizon Club, G.A.A. ,
Junior Play, Majorettes, Prom Committee,
Ring Committee, Senior Play, String Ensemble,
Student Council, Tri-Hi-Y.
Basketball, Hi-Y, Masque and Gavel, Mixed
Chorus, Rifle Club, Track.
Came la Club, Commercial Club, Future
Teachers, G.A..A. , Horizon Club, Junior
Play, Majorettes, Mixed Chorus, Nee-Hy-
Nuz, Orchestra, Pioneer, Prom Committee,
Science Fair, Ski Club, Tri-Hi-Y.
Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Prom Committee.
Band, Commercial Club, Concert Orchestra,
Class Officer, Dance Band, Future Nurses,
G.A.A.,, Horizon Club, Junior Play, Mixed
Chorus, Mixed Chorale, Pep Band, Prom Com-
mittee, Senior Ensemble, Senior Play, Glee
Basketball, Rifle Club.
Smith , Jerry
Smith , Judy
Glee Club, Masque and Gavel, Mixed Chorus,
Orchestra, Prom Committee.
Baseball, Basketball, Boy Scouts, Class
Officer, Football, Junior Play, Masque and
Gavel, Prom Committee, Track.
Band, Camp Fire, Class Officer, Concert Or-
chestra, Commercial Club, Future Teachers,
Junior Play, Latin Club, Mixed Chorus, Pioneer,
Prom Committee, Senior Play, Student Council,
Congratulations, Band, for the great fommationl
The final score which clinched the State Class "B" Basketball Championship for the
Miners in '57
Swanson, Gwen ,
Band, Class Officer, Concert Orchestra,
Commercial Club, Dance Band, Debate, For-
ensics, Future Teachers, G.A.A. , Horizon
Club, Pep Band, Prom Committee, Ring Com-
mittee, Ski Club, Tumbling.
Syrjamaki , Roy
Camp Fire, Commercial Club, Forensics,
Girls' Ensemble, Glee Club, Homecoming
Queen Candidate, Mixed Chorus, Nee-Hy-
Nuz, Pioneer, Prom Committee, Quill and
Band, Future Teachers, Girl Scouts, Glee
Club, Junior Play, Latin Club, Mixed Chorus,
Nee-Hy-Nuz, Orchestra, Pep Band, Pioneer,
Prom Committee, Ski Club.
Watters , Eugene
Band, Concert Orchestra, Horizon Club, Mixed
Chorale, Mixed Chorus, Pep Band, Senior En-
Wicklund , Lynn
G.A.A. , Horizon Club, Majorettes, Masque
and Gavel, Mixed Chorus.
Future Nurses, G.A.A. , Horizon Club, Iunlor
Play, Mixed Chorus, Nee-Hy-Nuz, Pioneer,
Prom Committee, Senior Ensemble, Trl-Hl-
Dear Friends ,
This page brings to a close the record of another year at Negaunee High School.
We have tried to record the most important happenings throughout the year, so when you
get in the rerniniscing mood you can pick up your PIONEER and view the "snows of yester-
But this annual would not have been possible without the help of many people. To
these people we say "Thanks" --- especially to Mr. Sulo Oja, the NHS printing shop
under the direction of Mr. Al Rudness, the art classes and Miss Elsie Tulberg, the Cam-
era Club, Tiffany Photo Shop, and Maki Studio.
Sincerely yours ,
The PIONEER Staff
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