Niles High School - Tattler Yearbook (Niles, MI)

 - Class of 1952

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As the big show of education entertains and enlightens us, we are aware that the activities of the big show become more influencing, inviting and inspiring. These activities and experiences of school life are our preparation for a greater show, adult life, and our hope for the future. ww wzza. .mfg WN y,f,2jeqs,yef ,, , 'ffff' AXN 45-rmitf w A r ' -f f - f ' - -'QR W.: , gp .Ja.13fr5,,Lf.H31Wi.'-. ,f1,,f 3 1415291 11 its ,. ,-,vb 1' ' 14, f5 .'gjy5y' -' gf ,y . , 2 f,fW' f"w5gffi+f Aw, vw W! ' I M IIHU74 -' X N 'f' f I .vwkFiX, V' f 1 L' ' Y 1 V Be 952 TATTLER '-uv W f ,5 , K ,M 1 'A X XX X figi -,,' ,- , A . ,. . , ' . ff gif' m' , 'A,ff'. , 'VN ' 4 ' fl ,1 fl ,A . , Agar' ' " 'WJ ' ! If Xtwfiizik M W' 5 1 .-if V 'f "Lf I ' K ,MZ Z My M ' 0 if 4,11 .alia W-'-:I 4, g ,I 1 nJ.: xL,, , mv , F f if , I V 2' XC x1?ExEgi,Llw, ,,x. - ,-'X ' ' ' - X X i k Nx xgv ' Ffh! jx ,V I-Y if-fl, Sxvk , 1, -W1 Published by The Class of 1952 ff 'rAsr. E 'kos foo NYE NTS Dedication .,......, ,..,.. 5 M Administration .,.Avtv ,,,,,, 6 H 1, Teachers ..............,... A,..,, 7 A Seniors ........t................ ,,,,,A 1 3 .N Senior Who's Who ,A,.. .,,,,, 3 0 Iuniors .........,,................ ...... 3 1 '45 Sophomores ..., ...... 3 7 ' Organizations .... ...... 4 3 9 Productions ..... ...... 6 3 1 ' Sports ..,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,.,..,,,,. ,,.... 7 1 h 5 Iunior High ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.. 85 H r Iunior High Dedication ,....... .. 86 X?-'-, Iunior High Who's Who ..,,,,.. 114 Y I 0 WB A 75 g E 3 1- li .-f f a-'fn Q, Q A IA., Mx JMMA444 AAI arf if JW A xffs SENIOR HIGH DEDICATION ADRIAN NIEBOER We, the students oi Niles Senior High School, proudly dedicate the 1952 Tattler to Mr. Adrian Nieboer. In addition to being a graduate of Western Michigan College and Col- umbia University, he has done graduate work at the University of Michigan. Mr. Nieboer. who is greatly admired by all who know him, teaches economics, government, and American history here. He is also the very able advisor of the senior high school student council. Under his direction such events as Career Day, Student Council Day, Student Government Day, and after-game dances have been possible. We truly appreciate the wonderful iob you're doing, Mr. Nieboer. The Tattler Staff IOHN SCAMEHORN FRED MARSHALL President Secretary BOARD OF EDUCATION CLAYTON McCOY ROBERT MARKS LEWIS WALTON Treasurer Trustee Trustee ADMINISTRATION PAUL M. WINGER SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS "It has been a most enioyable experience to meet the teachers and students oi Niles High School during the past year. This has been a year in which we have heard much of priorities and National security. Certainly we must continue to give a high priority to education. The education of boys and girls in America is basic to our National secur- ity. More education will help you live a more complete liie socially, culturally, economically, and politically. lt will open doors to a wider variety of iobs and add to your iob security." WALTER I. ZABEL, PRINCIPAL "This 1952 TATTLER adds another volume to the many that have been published beiore. It has become a tradition in which each class ieels honored to participate. It is a means oi expressing in picture and story the activities of the school. Our student activities have demon- strated their educational values to students and to school. The TATTLER Staff and advisors are to be complimented lor this publication." 6 ,Q DONALD BENDER-Grand Rapids Iunior College: Western Michigan College A.B.. B.S.: University ol Michigan M.A.: Physical Educa- tion, Coach. ROBERT BOKHART-Michigan Col- lege of Mining and Technology: Westem Michigan College ot Edu- cation. B.S.: Mathematics. PATRICIA BOUGHNER -- Indiana University. B.S: Arts and Science. MARCIA BROYLES-University ol Indiana. B.S.: Physical Education. ws? RICHARD CORRELI.--University ol Michigan. B.M.: Band. Instrumen- tal Music. Orchestra. MARIE ENGER-Illinois State Normal University. B.E.: University of Illi- nois. M.A.: English and Iunior High Librarian. SARAH I-'ALLON - Michigan State College: B.A.: English. FACULTY MARGARET BENDER-Carleton Col- lege: University of Illinois. B.S.: Northwestem University: Western Michigan College: Head of History Department and Advisor of Iunior High Student Council: History. LEMOINE BOGUE-Western Michi- Qan College. A.B.: English. . WWW Victor Bray-Western Michigan University. B.S.: Mathematics BERYLLE CLEVERING - Western Michigan College: -National Uni- versity oi Mexico: Art, JEAN CRAWFORD-ohio sm:e'U.a- versity. B.E.: William Woods Col- lege: Homemaking. ANNA EITMANN - Drury College. A.B.. B.S.: Mathematics. GEORGE FLORA-DePauw Univer- sity. B.M.: Northwestern Univer- sity. M.M.: Graduate Work: Uni- versity ot Michigan, Columbia University. and Indiana Univer- sity: Music Departme Chair- man and Vocal usi J! . f 7- FACULTY RUSSELL GEBBY-Western Michigan College, B.S.: University ot Michi- gan, Colorado State College oi Ag- riculture and Mechanical Arts, M.S.: Head of Industrial Arts De- partment: Machine Shop. CARL HALLENIUS-Central Michi- gan College, A.B.: University oi Michigan. Michigan State College: New Moon Advisor, Thespians, Dramatic Coach, English. ONALD HORNER-Michigan State Normal College, B.S.: Arts and me ll Crafts. DOROTHY HOYT - University of Michigan, A.B.: Syracuse Univer- sity, B.L.S.: Syracuse University: English and Senior High Librarian. MARY IOSEPH-Western Michigan College, B.S.: Olivet College: Gregg College: Chairman ot Com- mercial Department, Commercial. RUTH KENDRICK -Olivet College, A.B.: English Literature and His- tory. HOWARD KREHBIEL-Bluffton Col- lege, B.S.: University oi Chicago: Mathematics. RALPH GIES - Western Michigan College ot Education, B.S.: Biology. HOMER HATCHER-Nebraska State Teachers College, A.B.: University of Wisconsin, University oi Indi- ana: Mechanical Drawing: Cross Country and Track Coach. ALMA HOSLER-Illinois State Nor- mal University, B.E.: Illinois Wes- leyan. Chicago Musical College, University ot Illinois: Vocal Music. CHARLEEN JONES-Central College of Missouri, B.M.: University ot Michigan, M.M.: Iunior Band and Beginning Wind Instrument Classes. gan lege, B.S.: Business Educa- tion, U 'versity ot Michigan, M.A.: Commercial. GEN N-Western Michi- PAULINE KLOPFENSTEIN - North- western University, B.S.: Univer- sity of Colorado, Columbia Univer- sity of Maine: English and Coun- seling. BONITA LAYTON-University oi Illi- nois. B.A.: Spanish and English. fl- ,f-"0 .Q IOHN LEEMAN--University ot Michi- gan. B.A., M.A: Civics and World I-listory. LENA LEITER - Western Michigan College. A.B.: University of Michi- gan, M.A.: Commercial. LOVINA LOVGREN-Michigan State College. A.B.: University oi Colo- rado: Civics and English. IEANETTE McDOWELL - Central Michigan College. A.B.: English and History. LOWELL MCMILLFN-Michigan State College, B.S.: Michigan State Col- lege, Graduate Work: Western Michigan College: Vocational Ag- riculture. MARGARET MULLIN-Miami Uni- versity. A.B.: Purdue University. Butler University: English. ' WILLIAM NEDERLANDEN-Michigan State Normal College. B. S.: Civ- ics. FACULTY RALPH LEHMAN - University of Michigan. A.B.. M.A.: Physics and Chemistry. ALBERT LEWIS-Indiana State Col- lege, B.E.: Graduate Work: Uni- versity of Illinois. University of Iowa, Indiana University: Member of National Football Association: Physical Education. Hygiene. Foot- ball and Golf Coach. 1 O fi WILLIAM MATHEWS-University of Michigan. A.B.: Commercial Law and Government. MARY MACKELLAR-Hunter Col- lege. Western Michigan College, B.S.: University of Chicago. Uni- versity oi Michigan, M.A.: English. Literature. History. OJ CHARLOTTE MOSKAL - Michigan State College. A.B.: Graduate Work: University ot Michigan: American History ,I mmm. WM Clqf la Mao .' LOWENA MURPHY-Michigan State College. B.S.: Homemaking. ADRIAN NIEBOER-Western Michi- gan College. A.B.: Columbia Uni- versity, M.A.: Graduate Work: University oi Michigan: Economics. American History: Advisor oi Senior High Student Council. JH-M.-:v.q.'sz W'-I-by.-..,,.l 5' 1. i FACULTY LOIS OLSON--Michigan State Col- lege, B.S.: Michigan State College Graduate Work: Homemaking: Di- rector ot Cateteria. HARRY PILARSKI--Purdue Univer- sity. B.S.. P.E.: Biology and Gen- eral Science: Baseball and Assist- ant Football Coach. IOHN SCHWAN-University oi To- ledo, B.E.: General Science. RICHARD SKYLES--Western Michi- gan, Whitewater Wisconsin, Uni- versity oi Michigan. A.B.: Geog- raphy, Freshman Football and Bas- ketball Coach: Senior High School Tennis. VIRGINIA STROPPEL-Indiana Uni- versity, B.S.: Health and Physical Education. FLORENCE TALBURT-DePaw Uni- versity, A.B.: Graduate work: Uni- versity oi Michigan. University ot Wisconsin, University of Colorado, William and Mary College: Latin and Dean of Girls. LEONA TILLER-Northwestern Col- lege, University ot Wisconsin. B.A.: Indiana University: Mathematics. MARGARET PARROTT - Western Michigan College, B.S.: Physical Education and Hygiene. ALF RASMUSSEN - River Falls Teachers College, Stout Institute, A.M.: University ot Michigan: Printing, Audio-visual Education. RUSSELL SEVERE-Illinois State Nor- mal. B.S.: Northwestern University: English and Tattler Literary Ad- visor. MARY ELLEN STEELE - Hillsdale. A.B.: University ot Michigan: Eng- lish. MARY SWAN -- Carleton College, A.B.: University ol Chicago. M.A.: University ol Maine: Head of Eng- lish Department, English. ROBERT Tl-IEUS - Bradley Univer- sity, B.S.: Western Illinois State College, M.S.: Illinois State Nor- mal: History and Assistant Foot- ball Coach and Basketball Coach. JOHN T. WAKEVAINEN-Michigan State College: Woodshop. LELA ND WALKER-Kalamazoo Col- lege, A.B.: University of Notre Dame, M.A.: Graduate Work: Western Michigan College. Uni- versity oi Illinois, University of Michigan: Head of Mathematics Department, Tattler Business Advi- sor, Mathematics. I OSEPH WHITWAM--University of Illinois, B.S.: Columbia University, M.A.: Head oi Physical Education Dept.: Director oi Athletics: Driv- ing Instructor: Physical Education and Hygiene. BETTY YONKERS-Western Michi- gan, A.B.: Mathematics. FACULTY WILLIAM WALL - University of M Michigan, University of Caliiomia, A.B.: University ot Michigan, M.A.: Civics. ARILYN WINTZ - Hillsdale Col- lege, A.B.: Music. IAMES YOUNG - Albion College, A.B.: Mathematics, A s s i s t a n t Track Coach OTHER PERSONNEL MABEL DAVIDSON - MacMurray College. Financial Secretary. ROBERT EISNER-Western Michigan College. A.B.: University of Michi- gan. M.A.: Director of Child Ac- counting and Dean of Boys. FLORENCE McMILLAN - Assistant Librarian. MARGARET PETERSON-South Bend College ol Commerce: Secretary to the Superintendent. RUTH SCHWAN-Secretary to Mr. DeWitt and Mr. Kovac. ALICE SCHUMHL-Grace Hospital School of Nursing. R.N.: Assistant Nurse. JOHN THORPE-Maintainance Super- intendent. PAUL DEWITT--Western Michigan College. B.S.: Michigan State Col lege. M.A.: Graduate Work: Um versity of Chicago. University Michigan: Director of Guidance IOHN KOVAC-Western Michigan College. B.S.: Co-ordinator of Busx ness Trade. Industrial Training Director of Adult Education. IEANNE MOODY-Secretary Prmcl pal's Otlice. IRENE POLLOCK-Epworth Hospital R.N.: Graduate work. University ol Michigan: School Nurse. ESTHER SEVERE-Secretary to Mr Eisner and Mr. Stockman. TRACY STOCKMAN-Central Miclu gan College of Education. BS Graduate work. University of Michigan: Visiting Teacher. 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X ff' ,m --.... 5..1a SENIOR LEADERS IAMES MACK: President ol Senior i t X Class I MARGARET ABERMAN: Secretary Q ol Senior Class i i F E CAP GRATHWOHL: President of Y Student Council F Q CAROLYN THOMAS: Secretary oi Student Council I Q i DENA PARK: vuleaicaoraqn JERRY ADLER: Vice-president ol Senior Class FRED KRIEGER: Treasurer of Senior Class DICK PETERSON: Vice-president ol Student Council IOY FREEZE: Treasurer ot Student Council FRIEDA COMPOE: Salutatorian BARBARA ABAIR: "Seldom Heard From:" Co-op. Gym Show JERRY ADLER: "My Het-o:" Senior Class Vice-President. Football. Glee Club, Gym Show. Ir. Play. Basketball. Baseball. N-Club. Star Organization. Student Council. Va- riety.Show IOHN H. 'ARMSTRONG: "Tall, Dark. and Handsome:" Baseball. Basket- ball. Football. Gym Show. N-Club ARNOLD ARCHEENE: "The Quiet Type." WILLIAM L. BAXTER: "Smile. Smile. Smile:" Band. Band Bounce. Foot- ball. Glee Club. Gym Show. lr. Play Committee. N-Club. Senior Play Cast. Variety Show D. IOE BENJAMIN: "Deep River:" Band. Band Bounce. Baseball. N- Club. Track 'Q MARILYN IEANNE BISBY: "Oh. He's My Guy:" Choir. Cheerleader. Glee Club. Gym Show. Homecom- ing Queen's Court. Little Women. Pep Squad. Student Council. Vari- ety Show ...,.T,F,,-.rv -..-.,-...,-F-..vv...,. , , CLAS-s OP '52 MARGARET ABERMAN: "Ain't She Sweet?" Bleacher Squad. Choir, Senior Class Secretary. Game As- sistant. Glee Club. Gym Show. lr. Play Committee, Little Women. Spanish Club. Student Council. Ushei-'s Club. Variety Show IOAN ELAINE ANDERSON: "l'll Get By:" Co-op. Gym Show, Ir. Play Committee, Tri-Hi-Y DALE ARNOLD: "A Likeable Guy:" Baseball. Basketball. Cross Coun- try. Football. Game Assistant. Gym Show. N-Club. Track WANETA MAE BAKER: "Speak U'p:" F.H.A.. Gym Show. Tri-Hi-Y A. THOMAS BELL: "Enioy Yofursel.f:" Band. Band Bounce. Basketball. Glee Club, Gym Show. Ir. Play N-Club. One Act Play Committee. Student Council. Tennis. Thes- pians. Variety Show MAXINE VT H E R E S' A BENNETT: "Someone New in Town:" Co-op. Transferred from Galien High School Sept. 1951 STEVINS BROWN: "That Wonderful Smile:"Gym Show. STAR Organi- zations. Hi-Y CLASS OF '52 JIMMY COE BOWDEN: "A Ioke For Every Occasion:" Band. Band Bounce. New Moon Stall, One Act Play. Orchestra. Senior Play Committee GLEN A. BURCH: "I Love A Parade" Band Bounce. Gym Show. Band 1 D RES N. CANN DY: "Music. usic. Music:" .A.. F.T.A.. G.A.A.. G m Sh . Ir. Play Cast and Co tt ew Moon Staff. Sp ' Cl Variety Show. Sen- ior mmittee ' It xi' ,P DON CARPENTER: "He's A Right Guy:" F.F.A., Gym Show. Basket- ball Manager LYLE CLARK: "Lel'S Hear From You:" Gym Show BEVERLY IEAN COLVIN: "Some- time:" Co-op. Gym Show FRIEDA M. COMPOE: "A Brain That Counts:" G.A.A.. Girl's Officials. Gym Show. 'STAR Organization. Student Council, Honor Roll 7 Se- mesterl ELAINE BREWER: "lust My Bil1:" F.H.A.. Gym Show. STAR Organi- zation. Tri-Hi-Y RONALD L. BYRUM: "Undecided:" Gym Show. Hi-Y CAROL ABBY CARLSON: "The Mu- sic Goes 'Round and 'Round:" Band. Band Bounce. Little Women. Orchestra. Spanish Club. Honor Roll 1 Semester MARIAN IEAN CARR: "A Friend lndeed:" F.H.A.. Gym Show. New Moon Stall. Tri-Hi-Y SANDRA ELLEN CLARK: "Number. Please?" Co-op. G.A.A., Gym Show. New Moon Stall. Tumbling Club ' FRANCES Z. COMPOE: "Ring On Her Finqer:" F.H.A.. GJ-LA.. Gym Show K A R l E N COOK: "Scatterbrain:" I-'.T.A.. G.A.A., Gir1's Officials. Gym Show. Ir. Play Committee. Little Women. Editor oi New Moon. Pep Squad. Senior Play Cast. Stu- dent Council. Thespians ROBERT COONS: "He's So Nice To Know:" Gym Show. Football. Track SHIRLEY ANN COREY: "Could Be. Who Knows?" F.N.1-X.. Gym Show. Tri-Hi-Y DONALD E. CRANE: "Choir Boy:" Baseball, Choir. Cross Country. Glee Club. "N" Club. Variety Show TOM CROCKER: "lVlr. Touchdown. U.S.A.:" Basketball. Co-op. Foot- ball. "N" Club YVONNE LORAINE CUMMINGS: "I'1l Never Be Free:" Gym Show. Span- ish Club. STAR Organization IERRY W. DARLING: "By the Way:" Basketball. Cross Country, Gym Show. "N" Club. Track HARLEY P. DAVIS: "Sleepy Time Guy:" Gym Show. Proiector Oper- ator. Track CLASS OF '52 IOYCE COOPER: "Oh. You Kidz" Gym Show. New Moon Staff. Sen- ior Play Cast FRED CRAMER: "Dark Curly Hain" Game Assistant. Gym Show. Pro- iector Operator. Tri-Hy-Y EVELYN M. CRIPE: "Stay Well:" G.A.A.. Honor Roll 2 Semester: Il LOIS CROUCH: "I Can Dream Can't I?" F.H.A., F.N.A.. Gym Show. Honor Roll 2 Semesters DEAN CURTIS: "I Dream of Ieanie:" Baseball. Football. Glee Club. Golf. "N" Club. Variety Show. Honor Roll 1 Semester ESTOL DARON: "Get Happy:" Co- op. Proiector Operators. Track LAZELL DAVIS: "The Handsome Guy:" Basketball. Cross Country. Football. Gym Show. "N" Club. STAR Organization. Track. Honor Roll 2 Semesters CLASS OF '52 THOMAS O. DeFOREST: "My Brother and I:" F.F.A.. Gym Show, "N" Club, Track LEONA MAY DICKERSON: "Wed- Be1ls:" Co-op, Gym Show. Orches- tra, Glee Club, Variety Show CAROLYN IANE DIXON: "A1ways:" Gym Show MARY HELEN ELLIS: "For It Was Mary:" Gym Show, STAR Organi- zation DON ERNSBERGER: "The Strong, Si- lent Type:" Band, Band Bounce. Football, Gym .Show, "N" Club JOYCE DEAN FARRIS: "My Mum" Band, Band Bounce, Co-op, G.A.A., Gym Show JOHN PINNEY IR.: "Oh, So Shy!" Gym Show, Student Council. Hon- Or B011 2 Semesters RICHARD LEE DeFOREST: "Me and My Sl1adow:" Bleacher Squad, Gym Show, "N" Club, STAR Or- ganization, Track RICHARD DIRCKS: 'Tull oi Fun:" Glee Club, Gym Show, Student Council, Variety Show DICK EASLY: "lt Says Here:" Bleacher Squad, Debate, Game Assistant, Golf, Gym Show, Ir. Play Cast, "N" Club, Student Council, Tattler, Thespians, Honor Roll 2 Semesters ,ana 55-,A 56' at O ,..-- DONALD ELROD: "A True Rebel:" Proiector Operator, Honor Roll 2 Semesters EVELYN MARGARET ERNSBERGER: "I Love The Guy:" Gym Show. Student Council MARY IOAN FENTON: "She's A Lady:" F.N.A., Orchestra, STAR Organization CHESTER FLETCHER: "Possibilities:" Co-op, Gym Show THOMAS R. FORTIER: Bleacher quad. Co-op. Gym Show a,LLzAv CLASS OF '52 3 IOY FREEZE: "The Roving Kind:" ' Band, Band Bounce. G.A.A.. Girl's Officials. Iunior Play Committee. Little Women. New Moon Stall. One Act Play Committee. Student Council Officer. Thesplans fgjollgfwgyafdf AJ Co op G A A Gul s Gym Show Tri Hi Y 7'ht- ' ,- BILLIE KATHRYN FR ' l- . 4 , 0' Kp Diqwwqfg MARY IAYNE rams: "1 wanna' Be Happy:" Choir. G.A.A.. Glee Club. Gym Show. Little Women. STAR Organization. Variety Show CARMELLA FRUCCI: "Short and Sweet:" Iunior Class Secretary. G.A.A.. Homecoming Queen. lun- ior Play Committee. Student Coun- cil. Usher's Club. Honor Roll 3 Semesters MARION W. FULLER: "Take Me Out To The Bal1game:" Baseball. Cross Country. F.F.A.. Gym Show. "N" Club. STAR Organi- zation. Student Council DALE GEER: F.F.A.. .Game Assistant. Hi-Y - VIVIAN LUCILLE GEISHIRT: "Oh. You Beautiful Doll:" Gym Show. Little Women. Melody Queen's Court LOREEN FRI!-IS: "Bell Bottom Trou- sers:" Band. Band Bounce. Co- Honor Rol I Q f .View ,UAW " 2 L D ' D z z E L z :iz A ' 't it e Phi" Bleacher f Squad. Choir. Co-Op. ho . Q Junior Play Cast, New con Sm Q one Act Play, one Act Play com- gd S mittee, Pep Squad. Senior Play. X f STAR Organization. Student Coun- 1 gil. Thespians. Variety Show Q Mcwdl S MH- arbara u er: "You onderful ' Bounce. Choir. G.A.A.. ai You:" Glee Club. Gym Show. Iunior Playm 1 Cast. Iunior Play Committee. Little - Women. New Moon Sail. Sexte. STAR Organization. Student Coun cil. Tattler. Thespians. Variet . Show. Honor Roll 1 Semester I vb-u!u.4..Q My i PHYLLIS ANNE GEARY: "Naughy , Jar 5 But Nice:" Game Assistant. Gym , Show. STAR Organization, Usher's Club VERNA LOUISE GEISHERT: "A True Friend Forever:" Band. Band Bounce. F.T.A.. G.A.A.. Girl's O!- licials. Gym Show. Little Women. Honor Roll 1 Semester NORMA JEAN GEORGE: "Skater's ' Waltz:" F.I-LA.. G.A.A.. Gym Show. Tri-Hi-Y 19 A l l f'N CLASS OF '52 ROGER D. GEROLD: "Un!orgetable:" Choir. Glee Club. Gym Show, Va- riety Show, Senior Play Commit- tee BEVERLY GRAY: "Keep Smilinq:" F.H.A.. GJLA.. Girl's Officials. Gym Show. Tri-Hi-Y MIRIAM GRING: "The More I See Your" Co-op. F.T.A., Gym Show, Transierred lrom Michigan City. Ind., February. 1951 MARY LOU HAAS: "A Pretty Girl:" Co-op, Gym Show ROBERT HANDSHAW: "What a Restlul Life:" Cheerleader, Choir, Glee Club, Gym Show. "N" Club. Pep Squad. Tennis. Variety Show MARCIA ELEANOR HASLANGER: "Simple and Sweet:" Glee Club. Gym Show, Variety Show, Senior Play Committee NORBERT F. HAUSER: "Wine, Wom- en, And Sonq:" Ir. Play Cast, One Act Play, STAR Organization, Thespians L43-'kr If WM ,U CASPER O. GRATHWOHL: President:" Choir. Ir. Class Presi- dent. Debate. Game Assistant. Glee Club. Gym Show. President ol "N" Club, One Act Play Com- mittee. Pep Squad. STAR Organi- zation, President of Student Coun- cil. Tattler. Tennis. Thespians. Va- riety Show. Student Manager. Senior Play DON GRIEGER: "Do I Worry?" Bas- ketball, Football, Gym Show RONALD GULLIVER: "Solid As A Rock:" Football, Gym Show, "N" Club, Proiector Operator IEAN HANCOCK: "Happy Go Lucky:" G.A.A., Girl's Ollicials, Gym Show. Little Women. Student Council Q QW - HOWARD F. HARRlS:l "Enioying Life':" Football, Gym Show, Track VIRGIL HATCH: "Taking Life Easy:" Baseball. Football. Gym Show SHIRLEY HENDERSHOTT: "Not Much From You:" F.I-LA., Gym Show. Honor Roll 1 Semester - IOYCE MARIE HOESE: "With A Song ln My Band Bounce. Choir. Gle ubitet. Variety Show . Sjofsgfgefgx DONALD R. HOVER: "A Real Friend:" Game Assistant. Gym Show, Ir. Play Committee GEORGE D. IACOBS: Baseball. Gym Show. Hi-Y. "N" Club. Proiector Operator. STAR Organization GEORGE LEON IERDON: "Pass The Pigskin:" Band, Football. Gym Show. "N" Club. Track lOYCE B. IOHNSON: "We'll Build A Bunqalow:" Co-op. Glee Club. Gym Show. Orchestra ' ESTELLA MAY JONES: "Let There Be Music:" Band, Band Bounce. Co-op. F.T.A.. Spanish MONA LOU IONES: "So Quiet:" Gvm Show CLASS OF '52 VERA HOLLOWAY: "lust Because:" F.H.A., G.A.A., Gym Show. Ir. Play Cast and Committee. Honor Roll 1 Semester CLARIMOND GRUBBS HUSHOWER: "In Love With A Wonderful Guy:" Co-op. Girl's Officials. Glee Club. Gym Show. STAR Organization Variety Show CAROL DIANNE IAEGER: "Music. Maestro. Please:" Band Bounce. Choir, Glee Club. Boys' Glee Ac- companist. Orchestra. Sextet. Va- riety Show. Honor Roll 6 Semes- ters IEANNE I. IOHNSON: 'Torever and Even" Co-op. Gym Show. Orches- tra. Student Council PAULINE DELORES IOHNSON: "Shortie:" Choir. Glee Club. Ir Play Cast. Little Women MARILYN LCVONNE IONES: "So In Love:" Co-op. Gym Show. Tri-Hi-Y NORMA EVELYN IONES: "You're Grand:" F.'l'.A., G.A.A., Gym Show. Spanish Club. STAR Organi- zation, Honor Roll 1 Semester U.. N i CLASS OF '52 RUTH IONES: "Harry:" Gym Show VAN KING: "A Wonderful Guy:" Basketball, Gym Show, Truck, Honor Roll I Semester VERNON KNAPP: "Hey, Goodlook- ingp" Basketball, Gym Show, STAR Organization HARLEY R. LEAK: Gym Show, Pro- lector Operators KATHLEEN LIERLEY: "My Guy. Pete!" F.H.A., Gym Show IOE LOVELL: "Wandering:" Co-op, F.F.A. BETTY IEAN LUSE: "A Shy Gal:" Glee Club. Gym Show, Variety Show DONALD KAISER: "Steady As A Clock:" Football, Game Assistant Hi-Y, "N" Club, Proiector Opera- tors ELAINE EVELYN KLANN: "Blondie:" G.A.A., Gym Show, STAR Organi- zation, Student Council. Honor Roll FRED KREIGER: "That Old Gang oi Mine:" Baseball, Basketball, Sen- ior Class Treasurer, Football, "N" Club, Senior Play Committee DON LIERLEY: "Ask Me No Ques- tions:" FRANKLIN LINN: Gym Show, Track ANNABELLE L. LOW: "A Silent Lass:" Co-op, G.A.A., Gym Show, Tumbling Club, Honor Roll 6 Se- mesters CONNIE LUTZEN: "Laugh and Be Happy:" I-'.H.A., G.A.A., Gym Show, STAR Organization, Tri-Hi-Y GEORGE LUTZEN: Glee Club. Gym Show. Variety Show WILLIAM MacDONALD: Golf. Foot- ball. Gym Show. "N" Club. Track. Glee Club. Choir. Variety Show DICK MacNEAL: "The Windv City:" Basketball. Football. "N" Club. STAR Organization. Track. Trans- ferred from Chicago. 1950 FRED MANCHOW: "Not A Care ln The World:" Bleacher Squad. Co- op. Game Assistant. Gym Show ALBERT MARAZITA: "So Good Look- ing:" Basketball. Football. Glee Club. Gym Show. "N" Club. STAR Organization. Track IEAN MARTIN: "Enioy YourselI:" Co-op. Gym Show DUANE G. MAYHEW: "Havin' A Wondertul Time:" Choir. Foot- ball. Glee Club. Gym Show. Il'- Play. Basketball Manager. "N" Club. Senior Play. STAR Organi- zation. Student Council. Thes- pians. Track. Honor Roll 7 Se- mesters CLASS OF '52 W A I. T E R MacDONALD: Cross Country. Football. Gym Show. "N" Club. Track IAMES MACK: "Personality Plus:" Choir. Senior Class President. Glee Club. Golf. Gym Show. Iunior Play Cast. One Act Play. Pep Squad. Student Council. Thespians. Variety Show. Honor Roll 2 Semesters WILLIAM MALLOY: "Let's Get Away From It All:" Co-op. Game Assistant. Gym Show. Proiector Operator MARGARET L. MANNIX: "A Busy Girl:" F.T.A.. Glee Club. Gym Show. Ir. Play Cast and Committee. 1952 TATTLER Editor. Thespians. Variety Show. Honor Roll 6 Semesters. Senior Play Committee PHIL L. MARRS: "Easy Going: " Baseball. Basketball. Football. "N" Club. Gym Show. JW vffftfefw- I. D. MA IN: "So Nice To Have Around:" Transferred From Tuck- ermarr High School. Tuckerman. Arkansas. Sept. 1950 IOHN MCCARTHY: "Chicago:" Gym Show. Transferred From Tilden Tech. Chicago. Sept. 1951 CLASS OF '52 NANCY lPUNKl McCARTNEY: "Happy Times:" Band, Band Bounce, G.A.A., Gym Show, lun- ior Play, Iunior Play Committee, Little Women, New Moon Stall, One Act Play Committee, Or- S chestra, Pep quad, pi Tumbling Club. a o - mittee , uf' m ,Kg HERBERT L. MILLER: "I'll Be Around:" F.F.A., Gym Show, Honor Roll 1 Semester MARGARET MILLER: "Powder Your Face With Sunshine:" Choir, Glee Club, Gym Show, Iunior Play Committee, Tattler Staff, Variety Show, Honor Roll 2 Semesters, Senior Play Commit- tee 'ROBERT MOLICA: "Take it Easy:" Basketball, Bleacher Squad, F.F.A., Football, Game Assistant, Golf, Gym Show, Hi-Y, Iunior Play Committee, "N" Club, STAR Organization PAT NEESLEY: "What A Guy:" Baseball, Basketball, Football, Gym Show, "N" Club, STAR Or- ganization IOAN CAROL NIEDZIELSKI: "Hap- py Talk:" Glee Club, Gym Show, New Moon Staff, Variety Show Vw? 3 A .-4-,M I, JULIA M C D o N A L D 1 "sewage You're You:" G,A.A., Little Wom- en. STAR Organization I RONALD LEE MICHAEL: "Mr. Music:" Choir. Co-op, Glee Club, Gym Show, Octet. Orchestra. Quartet. Variety Show LESLIE B. MILLER: "Lazybones:" Baseball, Basketball, Football, Gym Show, "N" Club ALLENE MITCHELL: "Make Be- lieve:" Co-op, Honor Roll MARGARET MUDD: "My Happi- ness:" G.A.A., Gym Show, Tri- Hi-Y MARY A. NEWSOME: "Always:" Gym Show, Tri-Hi-Y P A T R I C I A ANN OLINGHOUSE: "Honey Bun:" Co-op, Gym Show, STAR Organization, Tattler Stall, Honor Roll 3 Semesters, Senior Play NANCY LAURETTA OLIVER: "My Man:" Co-op, Gym Show, Honor Roll ' DALE I. OSWALD: "Ain't We Got Fun:" Gym Show, Football Mgr., Spanish Club, STAR Organization PHILLIP A. PARKER: "Swe1l Guy:" Bleacher Squad, Co-op, Game As- sistants, Gym Show. Iunior Play Committee, Football Mgr., Bas- ketball Mgr., "N" Club, Pep Squad, Proiector Operators, Ten- nis, Variety Show, Senior Play RICHARD PETERSON: "Pete:" Bas- ketball, Choir, Glee Club, Gym Show, Iunior Play Committee. "N" Club. Senior Play. Student Council. Tennis, Thespians, Va- riety Show, Honor Roll 2 Se- mesters BOB F. PLOMB: "Why O' Why?:" Basketball, Cross Country. Foot- ball, Gym Show, "N" Club. Track LEONARD POZNANSKI: "Those Big Brown Eyes:" Co-op, Gym Show LOIS IEAN PURUCKER: "So Nice to Know:" Band, Band Bounce, Co- op, Gym Show, Homecoming Queen's Court CLASS OF '52 PATRICIA ANN ORIAS: "The Skat- er's Waltz:" Co-op, G.A.A., Gym Show, STAR Organization DENA A. PARK: "Blue Slcies:" Band, Band Bounce, Orchestra. Honor Roll 7 Semesters GERALD I. PERCY: "So Quiet:" Choir, Co-op, Glee Club, Gym Show, Variety Show. BONNIE PINGEL: "All Around Guy:" Baseball, Basketball, Foot- ball, Gym Show, "N" Club WILLIAM I. POLLOCK: "Inst Plain Bill:" Choir, Glee Club, Gym Show, Variety Show PATRICIA I. PRENKERT: "You'll Never Walk Alone:" Choir, Glee Club, Gym Show, Pep Squad. Tumbling Club, Variety Show, Senior Play Committee ROLFE RAMPOLDT: "The Tall ot It:" Choir, Glee Club, Gym Show. Ir. Play Committee, Vari- ety Show CLASS OF '52 RICHARD RANFT: "We Had a Wonderiul Time:" Gym Show. Proiector Operators. STAR Or- qanization ALICE IOAN REED: "Always Hap- py:" Co-op, Gym Show, Senior Play Committee IANE RHODES: "More Than You Know:f' Co-op NORMA IEAN RILEY: "Dreaminq:" Band. Band Bounce. G. A. A.. Gym Show, Orchestra. Tumbling Club LAVON MARGARET RUPE: "Laughter Makes The World Go Round:" Co-op OVALYN ANN SCHEIBEL: "Nimble Ping-ers:" Glee Club, Gym Show. Orchestra, Variety Show. Honor Roll-2 Semesters BOB SCHRADER: "Dark Eyes:" Cross Country, Football. Gym Show. "N" Club, Track NORMA IEAN RAU: "Sweet Slutty" Gym Show, Little Women. Tri- Hi-Y ' CAROL LEE REYNIERS: "Always Neat:" F. N. A.. Gym Show. Iunior Play, Iunior Play Com- mittee, New Moon Staii. One Act Play Committee. Spanish Club. Thespians, Senior Play Commit- tee BEVERLY ANN RILEY: "Snootie Little Cutie:" G. A. A., Girls' Officials, Gym Show, Variety Show. Honor Roll EMMA L. ROBBINS: "You're So Nice To Know:" Co-op. Honor Roll RUSSELL SAATHOFF: "The Milky Way:" Football. Gym Assistant. Gym Show. Hi-Y. "N" Club. Track SUSAN EMILY SCHOTT: "Bright As A Stan" Co-op. G. A. A.. Glee Club, Variety Show. Honor Roll-2 Semesters IUANITA MAE SCHRADER: "Enloy Yourseli:" Co-op. I-'.H.A.. Girls' Oi- iicials. Gym Show, Tumbling Club AL SHAFFEH: "Our Gal Sal:" Gym Show Little Women New Mo Stall. Student Council .6 9 11 ten Ban nce C st Little Wom i T mg Cub nor Roll 1 I , , ef r l W ,n 4 fa -':-or s vn . '.. I e., ,. . , o- op '- .A.. ' :' Club. Gym ' o . ' y 1 . ' - e 1- -y: Tu l . i P ,. .. 25 est ' My . . ANK P. SHULA: "ln My Merry Studebalcer:" B a n d. Baseball. Gym Show. Student Council BETTY LOU SINGER: "Thou Swell:" Gym Show Ltr G. mm-QQ2 KBS' VIRGINIQOU S LLEY: "Career Gab" Choir. G e Club. Gym Show. Ir. Play Committee. Little Women. New Moon Staff. One Act Play Committee. Senior Play Cast. Spanish Club. Tattler Staff. Thespians. Variety Show. Honor Roll-4 Semesters CAROL IOAN SMITH: "An Artist's Liie:" Co-op. Gym Show. Tattler Staff. Honor Roll-1 Semester IAMES H. SMITH: "Always Smil- ing., CLASS OF '52 MAX A. SHEPARDSON: "Muscles:" Football. Gym Show. "N" Club. Track. Projector Operator LARRY SHOEMAKER: "Slow Poke:" Band. Band Bounce. Football. Orchestra. Track. Transferred from Detroit. Iuly. 1948 REBA ALLENE SIMPSON: "Three Cheers:" Cheerleader. G.A.A.. Girl's Officials. Gym Show. lr. Play Cost. Little Women. Pep Squad. Student Council. Honor Roll-1 Semester CHARLINE ANN SKINNER: "l Love The Stage:" Co-op. Ir. Play Cast and Committee. Thespians. Hon- or Roll-1 Semester. Transferred from Rose City. 1949 ALFRETTA KATHRYN SMITH: "Da- vie:" Co-op. Gym Show. Honor Roll-1 Semester DON SMITH: "Can't Help Lovin' dat Mum" Band. Bond Bounce. Baseball. Football. Gym Show. "N" Club. Student Council. Senior Play Committee DAVID STEINBAUR: "There's A Song In the Ain" Choir. Glee Club. Octet. Quartet. Co-op. Foot- ball. Tennis. Band Bounce CLASS OF '52 MARLENE- STEVIART: "A Real Cutie:" Co-op. Transferred lrom Melvindale, Mich. in' 1951 SU E YLOR: "If You Knew S ' ' F. .. G.A.A.. Girl's ial m Show. Tri-Hi-Y 'W O dl Ta d Cu Band Band Bounce. Gym S ow. Iumor PIGY Committee, Little Women. Tdiilel' Stall W C PQ' N CATHE ms IA MLINSON: " ll - - 1 FRANCES IEAN VAN TUYI.: "lean: ie With the Light Brown Hair: Band. Band Bounce. Co-op. FH-A-. Gym Show, Iunior Play Commit- tee, Melody Queen's Court. New Moon Stall. Thespians RONNIE WAIN: "Handsome Guy:" Choir. Co-op. Glee Club. Gym Show. Tattler Stall. Variety Show IOYCE ELAINE WALTERS: "The Band Played Om" Band. Bfmd Bounce. Gym Show. Orchestra. Variety Show PATRICIA ANN WEBSTER. "Artis- tic Touch:" Co-op HELEN IRENE STRINGHAM: "SO Quiet." F.H.A.. G.A.A.. Gym Show. Honor Roll 4 Semesters CAROLYN ELIZABETH THOMAS: "Sweet As They Come:" Bleach- er Squad. Ir. Class Vice-Presi- dent. Gym Show. Melody Queen. One-Act Play. STAR Organiza- tion. Student Council. Usher's Club. Senior Play. Transferred from Buchanan. November. 1919 LOIS UMBENHAUR: "On The Sun- ny Side ot the Street:" Co-op. F.T.A.. G.A.A.. Girl's Officials. Iunior Play. Iunior Play Commit- tee. New Moon Stall. Spanish Club. Student Council. Thespians. Senior Play. Honor Roll 1 Se- mester. .Transferred from Three Rivers. Mich.. September. 1950 MARIANN VOGELSANG: "I Like The Wide Open Spaces:" Gym Show. Iunior Play. Iunior Play Committee, Little Women. New Moon Stall. Thespians. Senior Play ' SHIRLEY IUNE WALKER: "Wonder-. ful One:" Choir. F.T.A.. Glee Club. Gym Show. Iunior Play. Iunior Play Committee. Cne Act Play Committee. Spanish Club. STAR Organization. Tattler Stall. V iety Show 7W7ff5'Z'?' 304664, SCOTT W TERS: "Red Head: Co-op, ym Show NANCY RUTH WEIST: "Dream Awhile:" Co-op. Gym Show. Tri- 1-1i-Y, Honor Roll 2 Semesters "R, MARILYN R. WENZEL: "A Friend to Have:" Band. Band Bounce. Gym Show, Orchestra. Spanish Club. Variety Show LARRY WICKLER: "Big Business:" Gym Show. Proiector Operator DANIEL A. WILSON: "Shy Guy:" Honor Roll 3 Semesters BETTY CHARLOTTE WOGATZKE: "A Smile For Everyone:" Choir. G.A.A.. Glee Club. Honor Roll I Semester. Translerred From South Bend Wajlqton. 1951 4-O' 'I Q QQ !7""5", FREDERIC YOUNG: "Havin' Fun:" Gym Show. Projector Operator. Track it 'X- No Picture: PHYLLIS SMITH: Transierred from Califomia. 1952 29 4 CLASS OF '52 MERILYN RUTH WHITFIELD: "A Little Bit oi Heaven:" Band. Band Bounce. Gym Show. Little Women HOLLAND L. WILLIAMS: "Follow the GirIs:" Co-op. Gym Show. Ir. Play Committee. STAR Organiza- tion. Student Council. Honor Roll 7 Semesters , NORMA IEAN WISE: "Wonderful Gal' Gym how ST Organi- :QQ iff! ROBERT GRANT WOLTER: "Ari- zona. Here I Comer" Band Bounce. Choir. Co-op. Football. Glee Club. Gym Show. Ir. Play Committee. Baseball Mgr.. "N" Club. One Act Play Committee. Quartet. Track. Variety Show. Senior Play IACK FREDERIC ZIMMER: "Mar- gie:" Band. Football. Gym Show. Basketball Manager. "N" Club. Track 1 W f STAR B55 T . l 0 A N Q E R S I' ,,4' Q f. ? MD 1 V S GMD? ' J? Lk ,W ne 'ACRE 5 ..,,i. fwkgt 3 AX i d, ,,..! , PARK gflncm-OUPLE S A f 7 gf - 0 jak I , , VQAV. 4 0i Q 31- - MU AL Bear 0 ,fi qw mana: Q5-595.3 Q y 165111 N.Ja.1' NMS 2 V 'NSW Bffmmg 'I ' s , X ' T S555 di n gy ' if H 'M " M W, H1 X ' 'N . 'veifffiffi' ' A so ,JJV 'V WHJW Tfgwwwd wffjpf' RICHARD DUNI-IAM Treasurer IOAN BRAND Secretary HARRY FOSTER President TED KNOTT Vice-presideni 53 CLASS OF '53 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Robert Albert, Charles Allen, Margaret Amon, Nila Andress, George Andrews, Ruby Ang- lin, Paul Antisdel, Lonnie Applegate Patricia Asmus. Beverly Atkins, Mariorie Atkinson, Frederick Asmus, George Babcock. lane Bair, Virginia Battcher, Richard Beehler Lynn Berquisi, Donald Bowermcm, Ioan Brand, Barbara Brenner, Laura Brewes, Iean Brooks, Ioan Brooks, Norma Brown Edward Bruner, Fred Burdue, Beverly Burklow, Iames Burton, Mariorie Burton, Shirley Carlson, Lova Christman, Larry Cochran Rosemary Cochran, Dorothy Cochrane, Virginia Calvin, Barbara Conrad, Richard Conrad, Marilyn Coons, Carl Corwin, Rosella Coultas ' Dean Cousins, Murray Crawford, Boss Creviston, Lois Crocker, Margaret Curtis, Richard Dau, Donna Davis, lane Dee Donald Deibler, Gay Dicerto, Shirley Dickeson, Shirley Doudt, Andre Doxie. Michael Dreher, Richard Dunham, Shirley Dutton 32 CLASS OF Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Fred Eckler, Herman Exner, Rosemary Fletcher, Edward Flick, Duane Flint, Ianice Forbes, Dennis Fortier, Harry Foster Sandra Fraser, Michael Freyer, Marjorie Fries, Anita Frucci, Iohn Gersonde, Nancy Ges- singer, Virginia Goldfuss, Robert Gordon Ianet Gould, lane Grathwohl, Shirley Grathwohl, Betty Gwin, Betty Haberlinq, Elma Ham- rick, Evelyn Hancock, Gale Harris Gale Harroff, Kenneth Hartline, LeRoy Hartline, William Hartman, Karl Haviland. Doris Hayes, Keith Healy, Wayne Hentsch Iohn Herman, Alice Herrmann, Nadine Hilligoss, Virgil Hoese, William Hoese, Gene Hol- stein, Iamie Hoover, Iames Hopper lean Horvath, Dorothy Howard, lean Howard, Russell lmus, Sally Irwin, Lois Iacobson, Iuliana Iaroch, Leanore Iuhnson Thomas Iohnson, Ioseph Iones, Betty Iorgenson, Charlene Kendricks, Delores Killarney, lean Kirkendall, Carol Knaui, Ted Knott 33 CLASS OF '53 1 a 3 How Row Row Row Row Row Row 1: 2. 3: 4. 5: 6: 7: Iulia Kreiger, lack Kubiak, Kenneth Larson, Herbert Latislaw, Lawrence Lee, Robert Leg- gett, Carol Lepel, Gerald Lewis Ernest Libey, Earlene Lintz, Sharon Lynd, Bernadette MacNeal, Dorothy Makepeace, Alan Mantke, Virginia Manthe, Ann Marshall Priscilla Marston, Thomas Martin, Cloyd Mathews, Roger Maxwell, Suzanne McKee. Georgia McLaughlin, lean McLaughlin, Thomas Meador lack Mell, Ieannette Meyers, Marlene Michalski, William Miller, Charles Miltenburger. Marilyn Mitchell, Greg Morden. Mary Morris Carl Murphy, Russell Noggle, Gloria Ostrander, Patricia Parker, James Parks, Neils Peter- son, Iohn Petruska, Mary Pickens Virginia Pickens, lane Pifer, Violet Pryor, Ann Ralston, Barbara Ramsby, Gale Rarnsby, Beverly Rau, Ioan Rector William Reed, Robert Reum, Rose Richardson, Bradley Robertson, Peter Rodgers, Gordon Rollert. Ronald Ruttchaw, Kenneth Saathoft 34 CLASS OF 53 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Ray Sanford, Ioyce Savely, Richard Scamehorn, Ronald Sshelkopl, Sharon Schoenradt, Charlene Schoif, Nancy Schott, Patricia Schrader Robert Schweitzer, Waneta Scofield, Donna lean Searless, Karen Selent, Iames Shell, Fay Sheparcison, Kay Shepardson, Marilyn Sheperis Barbara Shuster, Barbara Slight, Doris Smith. Sandra Smith. Suzanne Smith, Ianice Snook, Richard Sobieralski, Nancy Southworth Norma Spansail, Gary Sieeby, Iames Stephens, Keith Sione, Delores Stover, Lawrence Tal- ley, Io!-inn Taylor, Robert Teeter Madelyn Thomas, Richard Thomas, Norma Thompson, Ted Toback, Ianyce Ullrey, William Utter, Shirley Vandenburq, Donald VanKampen Ianet VanLue, Delwyn Walker, Leroy Walker, Carolyn Walsh, Henry Warda, Barbara Welch, Mary Wetzel, Grover Williams Lionel Williams, Pierce Williams, Ioseph Winger, Douglas Wise, Wesley Wiseman, Shirley Wolf, Mary Io Young No Picture: Dorothy Cromer, Ruth Carlton, Gary Iohnson, Nancy Vollman V 35 i CLASS OF '54 E Q Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Damon Adams, Iames Anderson, Fred Anglin, Pauline Armstrong, Beverly Asbury. Martha Avery, Shirley Baird, Gene Baker Reginald Baker, Rosemary Balog, Charles Batson, Rollie Baumgarlner, Iulane Beck, Marcia Bedinger, Rosemary Belcastro, Donna Belknap Melvin Berquist, Donald Bevilacqua, Richard Binns, Iane Bivins, Margaret Bloomfield, Rober! Boltinghouse, Barbara Bordeaux, Richard Boyer Norman Bradley, Susie Britiin, Carol Brockway, Euma Brumitt, Roger Bunker. Ioan Burge. Nancy Burnett, Eugene Burolou - Elizabelh Cain, Annie Causey, Larry Chamberlain, Patricia Clarke, Iohn Clevenger, Iames Cloulier, Virginia Coiiinger, Norman Colcord Norma Coles, Phyllis Conner, Marian Corey, Ioyce Corwin, Sally Cottrell, Nancy Covey, Peggy Crane, Iosephine Crevision Donna Mae Cronin, Louis Crouch, Ellsworth Cummins, Beverly Daus, loe Davis, lames Deitrich, Marlene Deitrich, Donna DeMuih 37 ' CLASS OF '54 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Shirley DePeel, Dean Depoy, Marilyn Depoy, Angie Dicerto, Nancy Dillion, Be-ity Dicker- son, Darlene Dodd. Donald Doxie Dawon Dcxie, Robert Dulin, Iulia Durm, Duane Egmcr, Iohn Elder, Gene Elliot, Robert Ellis Dion Engstrom Edwin Farley, David Fedore, Margie Ferris, Gwendolyn Fisher. Geraldine Flanagan Harlene Frantz. Ioan Fred, Helen Freeze Patricia Freyer, Mary Lou Frucci, Ieannetie Fry, Darlene Galhreath, Warner Gallixnore, Diane Garst, Mary Gates, Suzanne Gebby Franklin Gentry, Noel Gibson. Ianet Gonser, Leo Grahl, Mary Ann Green. Dorothy Green- hoe, Marie Guentert, Edgar Haase Nancy Hahn, Betty Haimbaugh, Foster Hammond, Gary Hargreaves, Laverne Hafner, Daryle Harris, Wayne Hart, Clara Hatter Ruth Hide, Robert Hermann, Ioan Hibbard, Barbara Hill, Alene Hiter, Marjorie Hobeck, Iames Hoskino, Faye Hunt Q 38 1 1 CLASS OF '54 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row vi x v Tom Ice, Fay Iohnson. Rita Iohnson, Robert Iohnson, Ronald Iohnscn, Carol Iones, W. L. Iones, Shirley Iurqensen Gail Kaiser, Paul Karns, Richard Kasprzak. Wilfred Keller, Irene Killamey, Richard Kipker, George Kirkendall, Arthur Kizer Wanda Kizer, Delores Knaui. David Konkey, Martha Krueger, Irma Kruger, lames Kubiak, Mary Lachniet, Bobbie Lake Helen Lambiotte, Robert Lee, Robert Leak, Charles Leddin, Wanda Lipp, Iames Long- well, Ronald Low, Dick Lucas Barbara Leuders, Don Maddox, Robert Mahan. Richard Mantke, Bill Mark, Betty Marshall, Francis Martin, Gloria Martin Ronald Martin, Tony Mason, Theresa McCarthy, Iames Mclntyre, Philip McKenzie, Rob- ert McKimmey, Patricia McMillan, Lois McNitt Wilma Mead, Ruth Meckel. loan Merrill, Minnie Miller, Martha Milner, Thomas Milner. Leon Mitchell. Robert Montgomery 39 CLASS OF '54 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Patty Ann Morris, Mary Morrow, Clarance Moyer. Myrna Murphy, Sharon Murry, William Neesley. Iohnette Nelson. Ruth Neidzielski Germine O'Brien, Connie Page, Dorothy Papoi, Charles Parks Ir., Grace Park, Mary Ellen Park, Lorraine Pethick, James Porter Shirley Prenkert, Shirley Prillwitz, Norma Probst, Barbara Quillen, William Raabe, Ioan Rakowski, Marie Rand, Iohn Rayburn Rae Rauch, Florence Regenos, Carol Repine, Lee Reyniers, Mary Rhoades, William Rhoades, lim Richardson, Frederic Richter Helen Riiil. Donna Bell Robbins, Kent Roberts, Harold Rodgers, Virginia Romanski, Lois Rossow, Thomas Rough, Charlene Rudduck Albert Ruetz, Ianet Russell, Shirley Saratore, Iohn Schadler, Otto Schaefer, Fred Schaen, Iaydee Schnoor, Marjorie Schoii Iames Scott, Jerry Secor, Karl Sharkey. Keith Shurte, ,Sylvia Siefer, Alan Simmons, Lee Ans Simon, Kathryn Sirokoyas 40 CLASS OF '54 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row P E Beverly Smith, Elvan Smith, Francis Smith, Iames Smith. Norma Smith. Peter Smith, Sandra Smith, Sara Snonwaert Fred Spain Ir., Walter Speidel, William Starnal, Clara Starr, Charles Steiner, Richard Steinmetz, Sue Stephens, Maralyn Stover Paul Stringham, Donald Strohl, Constance Taylor, Larry Teske, Carol Thurston, Iudy Timm, Dennis Treesh, Iudith Trussel Iames Turtle, William Valentine, Larry Vanderboegh, Iames Vaughn, Donald Vernon, Donald Wagoner, Lloyd Walker, Ralph Walsh Ioyce Walter, Ieanne Ward. Ioan Ward, Mildred Watson, Margaret Weber, Darlene Weist, Catherine Wetmore, Martha White George Whitfield, Ruth Wieland, Betty Wiese, Dannie Williams, Donna Williams, Robert Williams, Gwendolyn Williams, Raymond Wirant Doretta Wiseman, Herman Wogatske, Shirley Wogatske, David Woods, Reta Wymer, Beverly Wroblewski, Ioane Yahne, Richard Yaw No pictures: Iudith Cook, David Elliott, Virginia Bowersox. William East, Lowell Fred 41 CLASS OF '54 f x- Q' V, V ','-v im. ,Eg ' 1 Q "" '1h" 0 , A , J , , 5 Leroy Mary Osman Yoder Yoder Ziegler 42 9 F3 QQ HT iQ W5 STUDENT COUNCIL Ted Knott, Iames Mack, Richard Dunham, Thomas Rough, Iames Richardson, Thomas Bell, Ierry Adler, Charles Steiner, Karien Cook, Donna Davis Row 3: Duane Mayhew, Roger Bunker, Gale Ramsby, Duane Egmer, Sharon Lynd, Martha Kruger, lane Grathwohl, Ioan Brand. Marilyn Bisby, Frieda Cornpoe Row 2: Row 1: Harry Foster, Richard Peterson, Casper Grathwohl, Mr. Niebor, Carolyn Thomas, loy Freeze, Dale Frizzell, Margaret Aberman The Student Council is one oi the most serviceable organizations in the school, for the student body has accomplished the iollowing things this year under the sponsorship oi Mr. Niebor: Homecoming, STAR, Snowball Dance, Southwestern Michigan Association of Student Council meeting, after game dances, Student Government Day, and various conierences for the improve- ment oi student school liie. The Student Council is the interpreter of student desires and feelings to the administration and also assists the school authorities in many school func tions. The officers are President, Cap Grcrthwohl: Vice-President, Dick Peter- son: Secretary, Carolyn Thomas: and Treasurer, Ioy Freeze. 44 Row Row Row Row Row ST AR ORGANIZATION Richard MacNeal, Robert Albert, William Hartman, George Babcock, W. L. Iones, Robert Wolter, Pierce Williams, Richard Dunham, Ted Toback, lerry Secor, Peter Smith Mary Iayne Fries, Patty Morris, Iames Burton, Gary Hargreaves, Tom ice, Richard Conrad, Gale Ramsby, Norma Wise, Mona Iones, Shirley Prenkert Shirley Baird, Connie Lutzen, Pat Orias. Mary Io Fenton, Yvonne Cummings, Shirley Walker, Ianet Gonser, Gail Kaiser, Connie Taylor, Beverly Asbury, Ianet Russell Norma Iones, Kathryn Wetmore, Grace Park, Ioan Hibbard, Helen Freeze, Carol Brockway, Sandra Fraser, Barbara Slight. Mary Morris, Barbara Fuller, Sally Irwin Ioan Brooks, Anita Frucci, Mr. Nieboer, Sharon Lynd, Jane Grathwohl, lane Pifer, Mimi Atkinson, Ann Marshall, Rosemary Balog One of the leading organizations of the council is the STAR. Under the chairmanship of Iane Gralhwohl rapid progress has been made in the devel- opment of an organization of students to handle halls, cafeteria, and othetr activities of student government. As in all forms of student activities there are those who fail to carry out their own responsibilities: however, the STAR organization can be proud of its first year of existence. The STAR can be successful only IF the student body co-operates. A successful STAR organization doesn't restrict freedoms in the school: it insures the freedoms for everyone. 45 SPANISH CLUB How 3: Donald Strohl, William Hoese, Ted Knott, Richard Dunham. Dale Oswald, Iohn Petruska. Gordon Rollert, Richard Thomas, Richard Dau b Sli ht, Row 2: Richard Beehler, Yvonne Cummings, Carol Carlson, Delores Cannady, Bar ara q Margaret Aberman, Rosella Coultas, Barbara Brenner, lanyce Ullrey C l R niers, Ioan Brand. Miss Layton, Marilyn Wenzel, Row 1: Marjorie Atkinson, Nomia Iones, aro ey Lois Iacobson, Virginia Smalley Row Row Row Row Row SENIOR CPLCI-IESTRA : Lois McNilt. Marilyn Wenzel, Wilma Mead, lim Hoskins, Russell Noggle, Iohn Rasmussen, Herman Wogatski, Iudy Trussell. Richard Scamehorn h C rol Iaeger, Karl Haviland, Charlene Dreher, lack 4: Sharon Hancock, Iulianna Iaro: . a Keller. Iudy DePoy, Carol Repine. Nancy McCartney 3: Eric Rampoldt, Margaret Amon, Nancy Iohnson, Nancy Schott, Helen Mead, ldamae Sig- Wold, Dena Park, Suzie McKee, lim Bowden, Ioyce Walters, Mr. Correll 2: Georiean Noe, Donna Robinson, Donna Kipker, Nancy Snyder, Io Turtle, Mary Io Fenton, Ray Haas, David Rhodes, Arlene Lundgren, Miss Wintz, Rollie- Baumgarlner 1: Kenny Cramer, Iimmy Dewitt, Barbara Loos, Sylvia Frucci, Suzanne Gebby, Virginia Phillips 46 SENIOR HIGH BAND . Row 6: Russell Nogqle, Thomas Iohnson, Iudith Trussel. Alan Mantke, Ronald Martin, Fred As- mus, Bradley Robertson, Ross Creviston, Charles Shurte, Herman Exner, Richard Scamehorn Dean DePoy, Iohn Herman Row 5: lack Kubialr, Phoebe Wienke, Wilma Mead, Mary Lou Frucci, Nancy McCartney, Catherine Tomlinson. Dion Engstrom, George Starnal, Ellsworth Cummins, Dennis Treesh, Glenn Burch, Ruth Van Kampen Row .. lane Bivlns, Richard Kipker, Ianet Gonser, Lois McNit?. Richard Thomas, Carol Carlson, Ioy Freeze, Marilyn Whitfield, Estella Iones. Carol Knauf, Karl Haviland, Marilyn Wenzel c. Iames Bowden, Ioyce Walters, Donna Hayes, Daisy Eaves, Barbara Sheperis, Margaret Cur- tis, Suzanne McKee, Osman Ziegler, Marlene Bovlton, Ba:bara Shuster, Bill Mark. Phyliss Conners Row 2: Roy Batson, Ioyce Ferris. Roberta Sheperis, Silva Tharp, Verna Geishert, Dena Park, Ver- non Grinnell, Larry Mclaughlin, Noel Gibson. Ioe Beniamin, Shirley McNitt, lo Ann Turtle Row I: Mr. Correll, Iulane Beck, Jean Van Tuyl, Mary Wetzel, Mary Gates, David Rhoades, Mar- garet Amon, lean Freeze, Helen Mead, Lois Matteson 4. Row "' Marilyn Wenzel .... .....,......., P resident Karl Haviland ..... ,...... V ice-President Dena Park ..... ......,.,. S ecretary Susie McKee ......,.......,..........,....,...........,......,.,.,,.,t.......... Treasurer The band started the year with pre-school marching practices, beginning on September l. From then on the band was kept busy with football games, pep meetings, and civic activities. The band marched at all football games, at home and away, and appeared at the annual Band Day in Ann Arbor. Halfway through the marching season, they made the most important ap- pearance of the season at the Fall Marching Festival at Coldwater, Michi- gan. In this festival the band received an L division in Class A competition. They finished a very successful marching season at Three Rivers. The band's work did not finish with the marching season, but continued on into the concert season. They provided a pep band for basketball games and pep meetings, and presented a well-received Band Bounce on Ianuary 17 and 18. On Ianuary 29 the band played an exchange concert at Three Rivers, and Three Rivers promptly favored us with a return concert. As usual the band played two additional Instrumental League concerts on February 28, and on May 16. The instrumental music department had sixty-five students participating in the District Solo and Ensemble Festival at Kalamazoo, Michigan, and the bcmd as a whole participated in the District Band and Orchestra Festival at Kalamazoo, Michigan. This was one of the band's most successful years. 47 . 2 A Marshall Ianyce Ullrey Barbara Fuller Iulia Krieger, Carol Iaeger. lean McLaughl SEXTET AND QUARTET Row : nn , , , ' ' ' teinbauer. Ronald Michael ow 1: Mr. Flora. Rollie Baumqartner, Keith Healy, David S Row Row Row Row Row BOYS' GLEE CLUB Iames Hoskin, Iames Mack, David Steinbauer, Roger Bunker, Roger L R niers Ioe Winger Larry Lee Tom Bell. Ierry Adler Gerold. Russell Imus. ee ey . . . Gerald Percy. Robert Handshaw. Richard Peterson, Rollie Baumgartner, Duane Mayhew, Iohn Rayburn, Roll Rampolt, Ted Toback, Ronald Wain, Robert Albert, Cap Grathwohl. Charles Ledden C t' William Pollock Fred Schaen Peter Rodgers. Duane Eqrner. Albert Marazita, Dean ur 1s, , , Richard Kasprzak. Wayne Hentch, Donald Van Kampen, Charles Steiner Gary Hargreaves. Otto Sdhaifer, Ernest Libey, Keith Healy, Wayne Hart, lack Mell Reginald Baker, Harry Foster. Gale Ramsby, Carl Corwin William Hoese, Lonnie Applegate, Donald Crane, Carol Iaeqer, accompanist. Mr. Flora Robert Wolter, Dale Frizzel, William Baxter. Ioe Tones. Edward Flick 48 1 1 Row Row Row Row Row Row GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Marcia Haslinger, Io Ann Taylor. Iudith Timm, Carol Repine, Lois Iacobson, Waneta Sco- field. Shirley Dutton, Suzanne Gebby, Rosemerry Fletcher, Iulia Krieger, Mary Wetzel, Mar- lene Michalski, Iuliana Iaroch Betty Luse, Ieanne Ward. Donna Davis. Ioan Niedzielski, Shirley Grathwohl, Beverly Daus, Beverly Atkins, lane Bair, Constance Page, Marilyn Bisby, Patricia Prenkert. Virginia Smalley ' Nancy Covey. Margaret Mannix. Nancy Southworth, Helen Lambiotte, Betty Wogatske, Ioanne Ward, Delores Cannady, Helen Riifl, Virginia Manthe. Nancy Schott, Madelyn Thomas, Mary Morris, Barbara Conrad Ianyce Ullrey, Geraldine Flanagan. Shirley Walker, Dorothy Cochran. Delores Iohnson, Mary Iane Fries, Iane Piler, lean McLaughlin, Sandra Fraser, Peggy Crane, Peggy Bloom- field Norma Spansail, Gloria Ostrander, Beverly Wroblewski, Clarimond Hushhower, Ovalyn Scheibel, Margaret Aberman, Ann Marshall. Georgia McLaughlin, Marilyn Sheperis, Alice Herrmann Gwendolyn Williams, Barbara Fuller, Carol laeger, Margaret Miller, Mr. Flora, Martha Avery, Marcia Bedinger, Myrna Murphy GLEE CLUBS, SEXTET, AND QUARTET The two Glee Clubs have done a marvelous iob this year. Under the di- rection of Mr. George Flora, the two groups of over sixty each have performed for various civic organizations as well as the Variety Show and the Christmas Concert. Marcia Bedinger and Martha Avery accompany the Girls' Glee Club and Carol Iaeger accompanies the boys' group. The Sextet and Quartet are members chosen for their outstanding vocal ability. These groups, under the direction of Mr. Flora, have performed at the Christmas Concert, Variety Show, and various outside activities. 49 X x Row Row Row Row Row SENIOR HIGH CHOIR Margaret Aberman, Rosemary Fletcher, Iulia Krieger, Lois Iacobscn. Marlene Michalski, Shirley Dutton, Roger Gerold, Roll Rampolt. Cap Grathwohl, Russell lmus, Carol Yaeger, Ioanne Ward, Betty Wogatske Barbara Fuller, lean McLaughlin, Beverly Atkins. Iudy Timm, Duane Mayhew, Ronald Wain, Harry Foster, lohn Rayburn, lane Bair, Shirley Walker, Iuliana Iaroch, Mary Wetzel Geri Flanagan, Nancy Covey, Pat Prenkert, Bob Handshaw, Duane Egmer, Donald Van Kampen, Ronald Michael, Dale Frizzel, Mary Iane Fries, Barbara Conrad. Mary Morris, Madalyn Thomas Roger Bunker, Charles Ledden, lames Mack, lack Mell, Gale Ramsby, Rollie Baumgartner, Iames Hoskin, Charles Steiner, Keith Healy, Ieanne Ward, Nancy Schott Marilyn Bisby, Beverly Wroblewski, Gerald Percy. Dick Peterson, Otto Schaeller, Donald Crane, Gary Hargreaves, Lonnie Applegate, Ann Marshall, Georgia McLaughlin, Myrna Murphy Row 1: Ianyce Ullrey, Sandra Fraser, David Steinbauer, Marcia Bedinger. Mr. Flora, Martha Avery, Virginia Smalley, Margaret Miller, Helen Ritll, Delores Johnson The Choir, under the direction ot Mr. George Flora, has had a very active year. They meet five times a week which contributes to the success of the pro- grams presented: such as, the very successful Christmas Concert, the Variety Show, auditorium assemblies, civic group programs, the annual Music Festival at St. Ioe, and the Baccalaureate exercises in May. Some seventy members selected on their vocal merits this year appreci- ate the work of the accompianists, Martha Avery and Marcia Bedinger. The members all enioy the work and are proud to wear those blue and gold robes. The Choir's officers are David Steinbauer, President: Virginia Smalley, Vice President: and Margaret Miller, Secretary-Trasurer. 50' THESPIAN SOCIETY Row 3: Margaret Mannix. Ioy Freeze. Nancy McCartney. Richard Easley. Dale Frizzell. Casper Grathwohl, Iohn Petruska. Gordon Rollei. Gale Ramsby Row 2: Charlene Skinner. Sandra Fraser. lean Van Tuyl, Anita Frucci, Carol Reyniers. Shirley Walker. Marian Vogelsang. Karien Cook. Lois Umbenhaur Row 1: Iames Mack. Thomas Bell. Richard Peterson. Mr. Hallenius. Duane Mayhew. Virginia Smalley. Barbara Fuller The Thespians have been an active club in Niles High School since December in 1947. The club. Troupe 766. is a member of the National 'I'hes- pian Society. The purpose of the club is to promote the dramatic activity of the school. In past years the Thespians have presented a program of three one-act plays. but this function has been abandoned this year due to a crowded school schedule. This year the troupe has sponsored a trip for fifty students to Chicago to see Olivia De Haviland in George Bernard Shaw's "Candi1da." This year's officers are Duane Mayhew. president: Richard Peterson. vice-president: Tom Bell. treasurer: Barbara Fuller. secretary: Virginia Smal- ley. clerk: and Carl Hallenius. sponsor. 51 NEW MOON Row Z: Sue Marks, Marian Carr, Valerie Cook. Ioy Freeze, Sharon Lynd, Fred Schaen, lean Van Tuyl, Iames Bowden. lane Piler Row 1: Terrie Lvnd. Nancy McCartney, Delores Cannady, Karien Cook. Mr. Hallenius. Anita Frucci. Mariann Voqelsang This is the fifth year of publication for the NEW MOON. The paper is pu.blished weekly throughout the school year and sold at five cents per copy. ln this way the paper is a self-supporting activity. For two years the NEW MOON has presented Vi-King, with the woman's view of sports: a pupil opinion poll: a series of snaps oi N.H.S. students and teachers: general coverage of school organizations and activities. Karien Cook is editor: Delores Cannady and Nancy McCartney. ieature writers: Sharon Lynd, sports writer: Iim Bowden, printer: and Carl Hallenius. advisor. The NEW MOON has now become a student paper published by the Student Council. We wish the high-school paper a continuance of the suc- cess it has gained in the past. 52 Row Row Row Row F. F. A. Raymond Vandenburg. Bill Rhoads. Ossie Ziegler. Dick DeForest. Bruce Hart. Ierry Lewis. lim Richardson. Cloyd Mathews. Phillip Hill. Tom Milner, Laverne Horner. Daryle Harris Duane Crouch. Iim Hopper, Donald Kirkendall. Iohn Burqe. lim Porter. Bob Williams. Larry Tally. Gene Holstein. Dick Messenger. Don Vandenburq. Leroy Yoder Glen Steward. Arthur Kizer. Harold Rodgers. Bob Albert. Don Carpenter. Louis Crouch. Dale Geer. Chuck Miltenberqer. Herb Miller. Henry Warda Tom DeForest. Bill Reed. Gene Baker. Harry Foster. Mr. McMillian. Dean Cousins. Phil McKenzie. lim Burton. Thomas Martin In the fall of 1948 the F.F.A. of Niles High School was organized. They have conducted many co-operative activities and also enioyed several field trips. These included a camping trip to upper Michigan. the International Livestock Exposition in Chicago. and the Michigan State Football game. Two members attended the National F.F.A. Convention in Kansas City. Missouri. The officers also attended a three-day leadership course at Dowling. Michi- gan. which resulted in a gold awardtin the district parliamentary procedure contest. The officers are President. Dean Cousins: Vice President. Phil Mc- Kenzie: Secretary. Gene Baker: Treasurer. Iames Burton: Reporter. Harry Foster: and Sentinel. Tom Martin. 53 FUTURE NURSES CLUB Row 3: Georgia McLaughlin, Sylvia Sieler, lane Pifer, Mariorie Hubert. Iudy Timm. Margery Fries. Mary Io Fenton, Dorothy Greenhoe. Peggy Bloomfield Row 2: Darlea Stover, Iulia Durm. Catherine Wetmore, Ann Marshall. Shirley Corey. Lois Crouch, Ann Ralston. Mary Rhoades, Donna De Muth, Norma Probst Row 1: Valerie Cook, Gay Dicerto, Carol Reyniers. Mrs. Murphy. Miss Talburt. loyce Savely, Carol Iones This year the Future Nurses of America was organized for the first time in Niles High School under the direction of teachers and several trained nurses in the community. Its purpose is to interest girls in personal and com- munity health, to encourage them in findng out what nursing requires and offers, and to help them decide wisely about professional or practical nursw ing as their career. The officers are Gay Dicerto, president: Carol Reyniews, vice-president: Carol Iones. secretary: and Ioyce Savely, treasurer. 54 F. I-I. A. A Row 3: Io Ann Taylor, Nancy Southworth, Beverly Atkins, Ardis Severson, Linda Clay. Elaine Brewer, Constance Lutzen, Vera Holloway Row 2: Diane Garst, Shirley DePeel, Doris Hayes, Susie Taylor, Ann Ralston, Lois Crouch, Marian Carr Row 1: Betty Haimbauqh, Frances Compoe, Fay Shepardson. Mrs. Olson, Kay Shepardson. Helen Stringham, Norma George The Future Homemakers, of America is the national organization oi pupils studying homemalcing in iunior and senior high schools. Chapter members participate in activities ranging from entirely local proiects to contribu- tions to the national proiects, which are basezl on the eight maior purposes, of the organization. Delegates from the Chapter attended the annual regional conference of Western Michigan College, the state conference at Michigan State College, and Leadership Training Camp at St. Mary's Lake. They also have exchange activities with neighboring chapters. The oiiicers are President, Fay Shep- ardson: Vice President, Frances Compoe: Secretary and Treasurer, Helen Stringham: Historian, Kay Shepardson. 55 F. T. A. Row 3: Carol Blanchard, Lois Stickney, Karen Hunziker, Suzanne Gebby, Phoebe Wienke, Susie Taylor, Valerie Iohnson, Iune Hibbard, Vera Holloway Row 2: Verna Geishirt, Shirley Vandenburq, Georiean Noe, Delores Cannady, Norma Iones, Shirley Walker, Karien Cook, Myrna Murphy, Darlene Galbreath Row 1: Kenneth Simpson, Kenneth Saathoff. Barbara Lueders, Mrs. Tiller, Margaret Mannix, Io Ann Creviston, Carol Repine This year marks the third year of an active Future Teachers of America. Through the cadet teaching program Future Teachers have experienced teaching in the class room. With the aid of various speakers members learn the profession and the opportunities it presents. Four girls attended the F.T.A. Workshop at St. Mary's Camp, near Battle Creek. The officers are President, Margaret Mannix: Vice President, Io Crev- iston: Secretary, Barbara Lueders: and Treasurer, Kenny Saathoff. 56 Row Row Row Row Row TEACHER AND OFFICE ASSISTANTS Darlene Galbreath, Dorlea Stover, Donna Williams, Sylvia Sieler, Shirley DePeel, Gay Dicerto. Norma Rau, Shirley Dut- ton, Marlene Michalski, Waneta Scolield, Carol Repine, loyce Savely, Marcia Bedinger, Euma Brummit, Clara Hatter Myrna Murphy, Gladys Harrington, Carmen Carpenter, Marcia Haslinger. Carol Weist, Billie lean Hartz, Margie Ferris, Rose Richardson, Marjorie Burton, Margaret Cur tis, Iulane Beck. Georgia McLaughlin, Terry Lynd Dorothy Greenhoe, Patricia Olinghouse, Carmella Frucci, Evelyn Cripe, Reba Simpson, Carolyn Thomas, Marian Carr. Shirley Corey. Barbara Ramsby, Barbara Hill, Delores Cannady, Shirley Grathwohl Beverly Smith. Anita Frucci, Lynn Berquist. lean Van Tuyle, Dale Frizzel, Virginia Smalley. Margaret Aberman. Julia Krieger, Marilyn Mitchell, Nancy Southworth, Margaret .Miller, lean Kirkendall Iane Grathwohl, Sharon Lynd, Marian Vogelsang, Marjorie Atkinson, Martha Krueger, Betty lorgenson, Patricia Schrad- er, Shirley Vandenburg, Geraldine Flanagan Row Row Row Row LIBRARY ASSISTAN TS Nancy Hulett, Carol Blanchard. Donna Welch, Betty Hairnbaugh, Barbara Noecker, Shirley Farver, Iames Smith, Naoma Williams, Evelyn Emsberqer Ruth Heidi, Joyce Walter, Patricia Ellis, Marlene Boulton, Charlene Dreher. Patricia Clarke, Norma Smith, Alice Thur- ston, Nancy Hahn ICIarol Reyniers, Marilyn Sheperis, Ioyce Cooper, Mariorie Hobeck, Marlene Michalski, Casper Grathwohl, Donald over Shirley Wolf, Norma Brown, Madelyn Thomas, Mrs. Enger, Miss Hoyt, Ioseph Winger, Richard Easely GAME ASSISTAN TS Row 4: William Mallay, Dale Geer, Donald Kaiser, Neils Peterson, Donald Hover, Dick Kasprzak, Fred Cramer Row 3: Sally Irwin, lane Grathwohl, Ioan Brand, Anita Frucci, Casper Grathwohl, Dale Frizzell, Don Bowerman Row 2. Martha White. Clara Hatter, Clara Starr, Carolyn Thomas, Phyllis Geary, Karen Hunziker, Norma Spansail Row 1: Carmella Frucci, Margaret Aberman, Mr. Whitwam, Billie Iean Hartz, Cleo Gray, Carol Weis! PROJECTOR OPERATORS Row 4: Harley Leak, Max Shepardson, Bill Hoese, Bob Schweitzer. Phil Parker, Grover Williams, George Andrews, Doug Wise, Gale Harroff, Dick Kasp-rzak. Iim Bowden Row 3: Alford Brown, David Fedore, Dan Williams, Lyle Snyder, Bill Valentine, Ioe Iones, lack Kasprzak, Rollie Baumgariner, Fred Schaen, Don Bright, Harry Jorgensen Row 2: Dick Rutledge, Iohn Sellers, Charlie Works, Bill Raabe, Lloyd Walker, lim Turtle, Dick Messinger, Ray Smith. Lonnie Applegate, Don Elrod Row 1: Melvin Miller, Laverne Hornet, Martin Iorgenson, Mr. Rasmussen, Mr. Lehman, Ronald Gulliver, Don Kaiser, George Iacohs 58 USHERS C CLUB Row 3: Martha White, Clara Hatter, Clara Starr, Karen Hunziker, Carol Weist, Cleo Gray, Billie lean Hartz Row 2: Sally Irwin, lane Gratltwohl, Ioan Brand, Anita Frucci, Norma Spansail Row 1: Carmella Frucci, Margaret Aberman, Mr. Whitman, Phylis Geary, Carolyn Thomas CHEERLEADERS Donna Davis, Marilyn Bisby, Robert Handshaw, Reba Simpson, Evelyn Hancock 59 G. A. A. Row E: Ioan Brooks. Marjorie Burton. Iean Brooks. Rose Richardson. Vera Holloway. Fay Shepard- son. Kay Shepardson, Ann Ralston, Beverly Atkins. Shirley Dickison. Rosemary Fletcher. Shirley Dutton. Susie Taylor. Marlene Michalski, Marilyn Coons. Mary Fries. Mimi Atkin- son, Karien Cook. Lois Umbenhaur Row 5: Laura Brewes, Frances Compoe. Helen Stringham, Evelyn Cripe. Frieda Compoe. Shirley Vandenburg. Betty Wogatslce. Shirley DePeel. Gail Kaiser. Iudy Timm. Mariorie Hoeheck. Ruth Meckel. Carol Jones, Pauline Armstrong. Connie Taylor. Darlene Weist. Diana Garst. Ianet Russell Row 4: Mary Rhoades. Margie Ferrie. Sylvia Sietert. Sandy Smith. Norma Smith. Helen Lambiotte. Myrna Murphy. Dorreta Wiseman, Shirley Baird. Barbara Ramsby. Clara Hatter. Euna Brumitt. Sally Cottrell. Patty Morris. Martha White, Gerry O'Brien. Marcia Bedinger Row 3: Gale Raush. Pat Ellis. Cecelia Armstrong. Kay Weaver. Susie Harrison. Lois Stickney. Georgiean Noe. Sylvia Frucci. Marilyn Britton. Ardis Severson. Linda Clay. Virginia Roman- ski. Lucille Mark. Beverly Smith. Shirley Wagotske. Barbara Hill Row 2: Bonnie Goldluss. Willie Washington. Sandra Schott. Nancy Snyder. Loretta Marquardt. Billie Iean Hartz. Carol Weist. Valerie Cook. Phoebe Weinke. Mary Eisle. Terry Lynd. Donna Io Rice. Mary Wellingham. Diane Healy. Gwen Fisher Row 1: Ianice Snook, Arlene Frantz, Betty Syson. Peggy Syson. Miss Broyles. Sharon Lynd. Verna Geishirt, Miss Stroppel. Lois Iohnson. Martha Krueger. Shirley Iurgenson. Dorothy Green- hoe. Dorothy Makepeace G. A. A. The Girls' Athletic Association is open to all girls from the ninth through twelfth grades. and is sponsored by the senior high girls' physical education teachers. Miss Virginia Stroppel and Miss Marcia Broyles. The girls meet twice a week to participate in various seasonal sports such as basketball. volley ball. soft ball. speedball. and others. The girls also par- ticipate in play days with other schools and have vcnious social programs: throughout the year. The G.A.A. offers the girls an opportunity for wider participation in ath- letics and an opportunity to have fun and a good time. The officers are Verna Geishirt. president: Sharon Lynd. vice-president: and Beverly Riley. secretary-treasurer. 60 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row 3: gi 1: Adler, Allen, Andrews, Pilarski, Skyles, Theus, Hatcher 2: Armstrong, Arnold, Ernsberger, McNeal. Marazila Baxter, Bell, Grathwohl, Foster, Marrs, Mayhew 4: Beniamin, Cochran, Gulliver, He-ntsh, Miller, Molica 5: Coons, Corwin. Handshaw, Icrcobs, B. Neesley, Parker 6: Crane, Crocker, Ierdon, Kaiser, Peterson, P. Neesley 7: Crawford, Curtis, Knott, Krieger, Pingel, Roller! 8: Darling. Davis, Low, Lewis, Saaihoif, Plomb 9: D. DeForesi, T. DeForest. W. McDonald, Fuller, Schelkopf. Smith 10: Dunham, Easley, Wal! McDonald, Shepardson, Steeby 11: Bender. Wall, Lewis, Whitwam, Wolter, Williams, Zimmer 61 Row 1: Margaret Miller. Bar- bara Fuller, Mary Wetzel. Shirley Walker. Ianyce U11- rey Row 2: Russell Imus, Carol -Lanes, Sandra Fraser. Way neta Scofield, Richard Scamehorn Row 3: Gale Ramsby. Mar- garet Mannix. Editor-im chief, Gay Dicerto, Assist ant Editor, Kenneth Saat- hoif Row 4: Dick Easley. Adver tising Manager. Casper Grathwohl, Collection and Publicity Manager Row 5: Greg Morden. lane Grathwohl Row B: Bradley Robertson, Russell Noqgle Row 7: lack Kubiak 41921 nl llllllia C, . 5' ' li' A 5' ,. f,:,,'fx . ' W V-3437-af' JUNIOR PLAY Christopher Sergel's MEET CORLISS ARCHER was presented on November 15 and 16, 1951, by a selected cast from the Iunior Class. The play was di- rected by Mr. Carl Hallenius. Student director was Ross Creviston. In the play Corliss, with her friend Mildred, writes a fictitious diary in an effort to enliven her dull life. The diary is read by mistake by her Cousin Agnes, and then the confusion begins. The leading roll was taken by Sandra Fraser. Dexter was portrayed by Gale Ramsby. Corliss's parents were played by Iohn Pertuska and Anita Frucci. Gay Dicerto played in the role of Cousin Agnes. Mildred was played by Mary Morris. Others in the cast were Richard Scamehorn, Shirley Dutton, Marilyn Sheperis, Donald Van Kampen, Violet Pryor. and Barbara Conrad. Committee chairmen were Iohn Brand, publicity: Gordon Rollert. stage: and Lois Iacobson, properties. 64 f """' ' 7 ' BAND BOUNCE '1'he twenty-seventh annual Band Bounce was held Ianuary 17 and 18. 1952. The Senior Band is under the direction of Richard V. Correll. and the Iunior Band is under the direction of Charlene Iones. Part I consisted oi music by the Senior Band. Selections played in this portion were "Golden Rule March:" "Sequoia, Tone Poem:" Crusade for Free- dom:" "Trumpeters Lullaby:" "Band oi America March:" "Lili of the Latin:" and "The Gladiator March." Part II consisted of two selections played by the Iunior Band. The selec- tions were "Activity March" and "Two Moods." Part III was an inionnal section oi popular American music with Iimmy Bowden as Master of Ceremonies. A iew novelty acts were added for a touch of humor. The Girls' Sextet concluded this section by singing two selections. Part IV consisted oi the presentation of the 1952 court and the crowning of the 1952 Melody Queen. Carolyn Thomas was chosen as Melody Queen. and Iean Van Tuyl and Vivian Geishirt were her court. The band closed this very entertaining program with "March of the Steel Men" by Charles Belstemg. 65 VARIETY SHOW The 1952 Variety Show was presented by the Choir and Glee Clubs on February 19 and 20 under the direction oi Mr. George Flora. The fantasy was made up oi songs by Irving Berlin. The first scene took place in Central Park, the second scene in a night club, and the third scene at a county fair. Some of the songs were "Always," "You're Iust In Love," "lt's a Lovely Day, Today." The iinale was "There's No Business Like Show Business." The first half oi the program consisted of several skits and specialty acts. Mrs. Alma Hosler directed the Iunior High chorus that opened the evening's pro- gram. The student managers were Virginia Smalley and Gale Rarnsby. 'wmfmww .QQ Schottische Cage Ball . Relays . . Music, Music, Music March and Dance Novelty Relays Rhythmic Exercises Tumbling "l6's Lemme Sticks Athletic Stances . IUNIORS--12 GYM SHOW Szlz Grade . 8th Grade 7th Grade 10th Grade 7111 Grade . 71h Grade 8th Grade . 9th Grade Illlz Grade Illia Grade Leaders- Girls Boys Girls Girly Girly B0y.x' Girls Boys Girls Boys Ain't Misbehavin' . . Fashions-Then and Now Pyramids . . Beginning Tumbling . Advanced Tumbling Dance Patterns . Calisthenics . . Marching Drill . . Ir.-Sr. Competition llth SENIORS-ll Richard Sohierulska, Tom Crocker 6721 10111 I Izh 91h 7:11 I Ozh I Izh 121th 12:11 I Zzh Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Girls Boys Girl: Boyx Boy.: Girls Boys Girls Boyx SPORT5 Q4 J' fc-J F Q1 Nr . I 3' iw i 3' f Q G V5 EQ X 9 ,Q 1 I I ff 21 , '53 X 2 Y N 1? I ' ly f1"91iff1:K.,' x f',f - ..-CQ -1: I, 4 I' ' .- , 4 f '- f I Jyi L ? K . lm" x.4 A I , Q I 5 Z? A A --fm ' fr, lv ,v-1'-e,,4 5 j- . of X J 1 . r- I X Q- ,- A VARSITY FOOTBALL The season started out with Roosevelt of Chicago taking the opening kickoff and marching down the field with four successive first downs. It looked like a dismal start until our defense started clicking. Then Ronnie Pingle and Iack Zin' mer led a 75-yard march down the field for the first T. D. in a game which ended 38-6 in favor of Niles. On Dad's Night the Vikings made an effortless win over the South Haven Rams with Les Miller starring in a 54-yard run. Halfback Pat Neesley raced 36 yards after a pass interception for the first T. D. in the Dowagiac game, which ended 27-6 for the Vikings. The Viking clads made another triumph over State High, featuring Les Miller in a hand-off play from Ronnie Pingle that netted a 71-yard gain and six more points. Lazell Davis ran for 49 yards and Bob Wolter followed up with a 48-yard run in the St. Ioseph game that ended 20-0 for Niles. Niles rolled right over Buchanan with an 18-6 score: Bob Plomb led the Vikings with a 50-yard scoring drive. A 19-13 score marked the struggle over Marshall, ranked third in the state, in a thrilling game. This was a contest between two closely matched teams, but the backfield combination of Niles forced upon Marshall its only loss of the season. Niles wound up its greatest season with a 27-0 score at Three Rivers on quite a miserable night amid raw wind and snow. This season marked the first untied, unbeaten season Niles has had in modern times. The fine coaching of Al Lewis, Bob Theus, Bill Wall, Don Bender, Dick Skyles. and Harry Pilarski, plus a hard-working team, made this season possible. While the team scored 231 points to rank among the highest scoring teams in Niles History, the battering defense turned back every challenger. Al Lewis said that loyal and industrious coaching associates, fine support by the student body, and above all a truly fine group of Niles athletes contributed to the successful year. . I V',-, ...,. .l'ff,i if Q ly fe ' ' REMEMBER THIS ICE-CREAM FOOTBALL? The coaches and squad enioyed and appreciated a series of banquets as guests of various organizations and businessmen in town. On November 20, after the football season was iust a memory, the Niles City Club held the testi- monial 16th annual football banquet. The co-captain of the 1951 team, Pat Neesley, presented Al Lewis with a trophy and Al Lewis introduced the co-cap- tains-, Dick Dunham and Harry Foster, for the 1952 team. This banquet made au iine ending for a highly successful season. 72 Row Row Row Row 4: Assistant Coach, Harry Pilarski, Bill Hartman, George Andrews, Phil Marrs, Max Shepard- son, Russell Saalholl, Ioe Winger, Bob Hermann, Francis Gleilz, Ronald Low, Bob Schewitzer 3: Athletic Director, Ice Whitwam, Manager Phil Parker, Assistant Coach Bob Theus, Bob Wol- ter, Bob Plomb, Co-Captain Les Miller, Co-Captain Tom Crocker, Co-Captain Pat Neesley, Dick Dunham, Fred Kreiger, Ierry Adler, Don Kaiser, Pierce Williams, Assistant Coach Bill Wall Z: Manager Dick Peterson, Ronald Gulliver, Frank Gentry, Iohn Armstrong, Harry Foster, Charles Allen, George Ierdon, lack Zimmer, Ronald Pinqel, Don Ernsberger, Lazell Davis, Roger Bunker, Head Coach Al Lewis 1: Duane Mayiew, Murray Crawford, Carl Corwin, Garnett Keeys, Larry Cochran. Don Smith, Ronald Iohnson, Ted Knott, Bill Neesley BIG 7 STANDINGS Team W. L. Pct. P. O.P. NILES 6 0 1.000 231 31 St. Ioe 5 1 .883 132 66 Dowagiac 4 2 .667 106 72 Buchanan 3 3 .500 60 65 Three Rivers 2 4 .333 1 13 96 South Haven 1 5 .166 19 159 State High 0 6 .000 27 159 73 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Row 3: Bob Schweitzer, lim Turtle, Roger Bunker. Edgar Hoese. Warner Gallimore. David Konkey, Tony Mason, Ierry Secor, Damon Adams, Norman Bradley Row 2: Coach Wall, Ronnie Iohnson. George Starnal, Iames Deitrich. Iohn Elder, Larry Teske, Iim Scott, Elvin Smith, Iim Elliot, Chuck Steiner. Charles Batson Row 1: George Andrews, Gene Baker. Iim Mclntyre, lohn Nelson. Pete Smith, Ioe Davis. Roger ' Maxwell. Mike Dreher. Reggie Baker, Fred Richter NILES Scores Opponents Scores 0 18 Riley 6 19 Eclwarclsburg 6 13 New Buffalo 6 13 Mishawaka 12 12 S. B. Cent. Catholic 7 49 Benton Harbor 13 0 Three Rivers Coach Wall says that these boys played better ball than the scores indi- cate. Next tall they are sure to help the varsity maintain its fine record. 1 74 Whai' Team! Wha+ Champs! Whai' a Hungry Gang! VARSITY BASKETBALL During conference play Niles won seven and lost five while during the whole season, outside of tournament play, we won nine and lost seven. This year the Vikings ranked third in the Big Seven, submitting only to a strong Three Rivers team and a stronger St. Ioe team. Coach Bob Theus. through most of the season, used a starting line-up of five seniors. Pat Neesley, and Les Miller played at guard, Fred Krieger and Tom Crocker payed forward, while Jerry Adler held down the center slot. One of the most spectactular games of the regular season was with Benton Harbor. Niles being six points behind half way through the fourth quarter, Coach Bob Theus substituted Dick Conrad, Iohn Petruska, Ioe Winger, Gary Steeby, and Ronnie Pingle, and with a flash Niles had two baskets with the sharp eye of Gary Steeby. When the buzzer sounded, ending the game, Niles hsld Benton Harbor to no points, while the Vikings had made eight. F or the third time in the last four years, Niles drew St. Ioe for the first battle of the District tournament. This is what the team, the fans, and Coach Theus had been waiting for. With an enthusiastic crowd cheering, the Niles team came up with the up-set of the state, a win over St. Ioe. The next night the Vikings beat Buchanan to win the District Championship for the first time in eight years. The next week Niles trampled Allegan in a fast, exciting game that the team won by three points. Later that week the Vikings beat Holland Christian in a game which is said to be Niles' greatest ever. That win clinched the Regional Champonship for the first time in ten years. The next week the Vikes and their hundreds of followers traveled to Western Michigan College gym to beat East Lansing, winning the quarter finals, in a thriller. Niles, coming from behind with five minutes left in the fourth quarter, won the game by thirteen points, with the spark of center, Ierry Adler. This great surprising class B team, which had won only nine out of seven- teen games during the regular season, finally lost its shooting eye and conse- quently lost its semi-final game with Grand Blanc. "Pop" Theus, the team, and the Niles cheering students accomplished something that Niles High school will long remember. 75 VARSITY BASKETBALL Row 2: Athletic Director Ioseph Whitwam. Lazalle Davis, Duane Flint, Iohn Petruska, Ice Winger. Leslie Miller. Dick Conrad Row 1: Coach Robert Theus, Ronnie Pinqel. Dale Arnold, Fred Krieger. Tom Crocker, Ierry Adler. Pat Neesley BIG 7 CONFERENCE STANDINGS TEAM W. L. PCT. P. O.P. St. Ioe 12 0 1.000 819 517 Three Rivers 9 3 .750 694 548 NILES 7 5 .583 687 ' 593 Buchanan 6 6 .500 518 509 Dowagiac 4 8 .333 420 548 South Haven 2 10 .167 491 776 State High 2 10 .167 502 720 TOURNAMENT PLAY DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP NILES 60 " 44 REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 44 54 STATE QUARTER-FINALS 49, STATE SEMI-FINALS 37 77 St. Ioe Buchanan Alleqan Holland Christian East Lansing Grand Blanc 44 24 41 36 36 58 l Row 3: Row 2: Row 1: NILES E.S Horner. G. Starnal. E. Cummins, B. McKimmey. I. Longwell, P. Maddox D Adams Batson Steiner, R. Low, T. Mason, I. Anderson. F. Richter, R. Bunker, Mgr P Sn-nth mith, I. Scott, R. Iohnson, B. Neesley, B. Mahan. Coach Don Bender IUNIOR VARSITY BOX SCORES Washington State High South Haven Dowagiac St. Ioseph A Three Rivers Buchanan State High Riley South Haven Sturgis Dowagiac St. Ioseph Three Rivers Buchanan Benton Harbor Here are the boys who could help Niles go all the way to the state next year. Their overall year was impressive, including 12 wins with but 4 losses 1 95 1 TRACK Coach Hatcher, a Niles tradition as a good track competitor, and a deter- mined group of underclassmen, plus an only senior, carried Niles once again through the conference and regional championships into the state meet. Niles took its fifth consecutive track title on Friday night, May 11, 1951 under the expert coaching of Homer Hatcher. Ken Morris ran a 40-yard lead in the mile with a time of 4:38, iust over the conference record of 4:35.6. The all sophomore foursome of G. Rollert, L. Cochran, D. Corwin, and C. Allen won the medley relay. Bob Woltor took the shot putt with 42 feet 3Vz inches, Dick McNeal took the broad iump with 19 feet 5 inches, lack Zimmer copped the 220 with 23.8, Tom Deforest took the 440 in 55, and Captain Bob Shrader won the half mile with 2:07.2. Hatcher's favorite young squad raced away with the regional champ- ionship on first placersffKen Morris in the mile: Tom Deforest in the 440: lack Zimmer in the 220: the 880 relay team of Al Marazita, Dick McNeal, Bob Wolter, and Iack Zimmer. Hatcher's hatchlings did not fare so well in the state. The few points scored for Niles were Ken Morris' second place and Wayne Hentch's sixth place in the mile and the fourth place finishes of the 880 relay and the medley relay teams. The Niles track squad should be great in 1952. 1951 State Track Meet Team Pts. Team Pts Cadillac 37 NILES 13 Mt. Pleasant 18 W Roseeville 12 Ecorse 17 Zeeland 12 Ludington 17 Three River 1 1 Battle Creek Lakeview 13 V2 Birmingham 1 1 Row Row Row Row SENIOR TRACK : W. Wiseman. R. Dau. R. Cooper. F. Linn. I. Stephans. F. Asmus R Imus B Robertson M. Shepardson. H. Foster. W. Pollack. H. Davis, E. Bruner. V. Hoese A Manke R Martin : Coach Hatcher. B. Haroff. I. Hoover. G. Ierdon, V. King. I. Lewis B Plomb B Weaver D. Van Kampen. D. Mayhew. D. Detorest. L.. Shoemaker. R. Schelkopi L Williams I. Darlinq. Coach Bender : L. Phillips. B. Schrader. W. MacDonald. R. Deiorest. D. Cooper, K Morris Captain I Zrm mer. A. Marazita. R. MacNeal. B. Wotter. W. Hentsch. B. Hayes : G. Rollert. C. Allen. L. Cochran. C. Corwin 1951 Conference Meet Team NILES St. Ioseph Dowagiac Three Rivers Buchanan State High South Haven 1951 Regional Meet NILES St. Ioseph Dowagiac State High Three Rivers South Haven Buchanan Pts. 64 35 33 27 20 16 3 42 23M 21 IDM 7 4 3 CROSS COUNTRY Back Row: Coach Hatcher, G. Hargreaves, W. Wiseman, L. Williams, R. Imus, N. Wogalzke, I. Darling, D. Strohl Front Row: G. Sieeby, R. Schelkoph, W. MacDonald, Capt. B. Schrader, W. Hentsch, I. Lewis, D. VanKampen 1 952 WRESTLING Back Row: Iim Turtle, Bob Lee, Harry Foster. Bob Schweitzer, Iim Hopper, Grover Williams, Bob Herrman, Larry Teske, Lincoln Anderson, Don Kirkendall, Iohn Nelson, Ierry Secor, Iohn Clevenger. Iames Porter, Larry Cochran, Wes Weisman. Iohn Elder Second Row: Wayne Vance, Teny Roberts, Donald Dodd, lim Deitrich, Bob Bisby, Larry Williams, Garnell Keyes. Iohn Burge, Riley Watkins, Chuck Milienberger, Iohn Vandenburq First Row: Dick Dunham, Charles Allen, Coach Al Lewis ' 82 GOLF Left to right: Coach A1 Lewis, Bob Molica. Murray Crawford. Bill MacDonald, Iohn Baird. Dick Easley - 1951 VARSITY TENNIS Back Row: Coach Skyles. Bert Posihumus, Claire McKee, Tom Bell. Cap Gralhwohl, Ioe Winger Front How: Iczck Kubiak, Don McCormick, Gary Steeby, Dick Peterson. Bob Handsaw 83 1 95 1 BASEBALL Row 3: Mgr. R. Baumqurtner, R. Noggle, F. Krieger, P. Neesley. Row 2: Athletic Director Ioseph Whiiwam. Coach Robert Theus. Dunham. G. Iacobs, D. Curiis, I. Beniamin, Coach A. I. Row 1: I. Adler, P. Marrs, D. Smith, T. Curtis, I. Lewis, Ronnie I. Armstrong R. Pingel, Mgr. Kirkendall T. Toback, D. Crane, Richard Hutchins Dunham, M. Fuller. D. Arnold. 84 Z' 5 Q X X- 'x. .ul ,.., .TJ LJ gl O7 'TR Halfi' 'L.,.r- -Q--ag-? Y Qhod pN3OqyJ,OO,OQ QC oc A 1, 9' OAG J 9 "' Oo o " " " . Qx x' '5Cl,-ff0Od909o,Q "'... cgi Q9Go7oOL,O,1Q -Qnooggos-il 0203.56 9 X- 0 Ocogo omg-, ... no no X- -..Q io cv' ,guage gif,-,cgufzexgx coo 1 X , O' 9 O , Y -14 ooo G c-do X-HQ ,, ood' c-01059656 - coco'-.Q oo Q3 ,DQ acaolgmo eo-neo x ood 1 O - -1 k 4 .,Q,:,xcZgQ2 O X 04039353 . CH x G-up 5' . Q clvcaobte .j ,I QQZLUQGC. gifll ,,-Q 85 JUNIOR HIGH DEDICATION tv MARGARET PARROTT The Iunior High School students take great pride in dedicating their section of the 1952 TATTLER to Miss Margaret Parrott. Miss Parrott received her B.S. degree from Western Michigan College. She ioined the school family five years ago and is now teaching gym and hygiene to seventh and eighth grade girls. Miss Parrott has gone with science and biology students on their camping trips. She also helps the iunior and senior high cheerleaders and helps to plan our pep meetings. Miss Pcn'rott's ready smile, good humor, and inspiring and enthusiastic cheering at the games will long be remembered by the students, both iunior and senior high. 86 CLASS OF 55 Row Row Row Row' Row Row Row Marsha Albert, Robert Aldrich, Floyd Allen, Lincoln Anderson, Saramae Anderson, Ceclia Armstrong, Patsy Austin, Palsy Barlow Roy Batson, Art Bauernfeind, Robert Bisby, Carol Blanchard, Betty Blank, Shirley Bollin- ger, Don Boose, Sandra Borst Marlene Boulton, Billy Bradbury, Robert Brandon, Merle Brewer, Waller Bridges, Don Bright, Mary Brisbin, Marilyn Britton Chester Brock, Alford Brown, Barbara Brown, Shirley Brurniield, Rosemary Bueche, Danny Bucha, Ierold Burdue, Carmen Carpenter Bruce Cavitt, Marilyn Christ, Linda Clay. Nancy Clark, Eddie Clemnents, Robert Coates, Barbara Colvin, lean Conner Nancy Conrad, Shirley Conrad, Valerie Cook, Carol Cook, Victor Crane, Shirley Corwin, Duane Crouch, Elaine Crouch Iohn Crouch, Carol Daly, Larry Davis, Shirley Dehrinq, Marie DeVall, Dick Dickeson, Myrtle Dietrich, Ronald Dodd 87 CLASS OF '55 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row l 2 3 4 5 6 7 Cathryn Drake. Charlene Dreher, Sondra Duhon, Daisy Eaves, Mary Eisele. Nina Ellis, Patricia Ellis, Vernon Ellwood John Erickson, Barbara Evans, Bill Everhari, Jacqueline Farrell, Shirley Farver, Carol Fedore, Shirley Fisher, Orval Flannery Norma Fleck, Iacqueline Forbes. George Foster, Louise Franiz, Allen Frazier, Leroy Fred- erick, Linda Freeze, Sylvia Frucci Nancy Gentry, Marilyn Girard, Francis Gleitz, Bonnie Goldiuss, Iulane Goodenow. Cleo Gray, Billy Griffiths, Vernon Grinnel Robert Haimbauqh, Larry Hall, Sharon Hancock, Donald Hansen, Gladys Harrington, Su- zanne Harrison, Bruce Hari, Billie Iean Hartz Donna Hayes, Clay Haynes, Diane Healy, Louise Heide, Ronald Heide, Mary Heinlen, Paula Hemphill, Iune Hibbard Patricia Hill, Phillip Hill, Daundra Holcomb. Richard Holcomb, Neil Holtom, Kay Homer, Jerry Hover, Nancy Huletl 88 CLASS OF '55 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Gene Hunt. Henry Huntman. Karen Hunziker, Robert Iliff. Lois Johnson. Nancy Johnson. Valerie Iohnson, Joseph Iones Leroy Iones, Lois Iones, Harry Iorqensen, Martin Iorgenson, Ioyce Iuhasz, Ieannie Kaiser. Margaret Kane, lack Kasprzak Garnett Keeys, Theora Keeys. Iohn Keller, Esther Kelley, George Kendall. Donald Kirk- endall, Ronnie Klinqer. Gerald Knapp Iames Knapp. Kenneth Knauf, Marilyn Knauf, Charlotie Konkey. Ioyce Landon, Glenn Lawson. Elaine Lepel, Charles Lewis A Lois Lingnowski, Dorothy Lippoii, Barbara Loos. Gale Low, lane Low, Dale Lowe. Shirley Lowe, Terrie Lynd Elaine Makowski. Frank Manqus, lune Manning, Warren Marazita. Lotus Mark. Lucille Mark. Loretta Marquardt. Victor Maileson David Matthews, Kay McGraih. Larry McLaughlin, Shirley McNitt. Rosemary McWilliams, Helen Mead. Robert Meadcr, Richard Mell 89 CLASS OF '55 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Richard Messenger, Robert Middleton, Melvin Miller, Thomas Mooney, Marie Morris, lill Munroe, Stuart Neib, Georjean Noe Barbara Noecker. Kathryn Pennington, Donald Peny, Donald Pethick, Bernice Pieta, Phyllis Plath, Betty Prusinski, Margaret Purucker Martin Purucker, Eric Rampoldt, Robert Ramsay, Mitzi Rapes, Iohn Rasmussen, Gail Rausch, Lyle Rector, Stella Reed Gladys Regenos, Carl Reid, Gordon Reum, David Rhodes. Donna Rice, Edward Rice. lack Rockwell, Eloise Runyan Richard Rutledge, Robert Schmidt, Sandra Scholi, lack Scott, Iohn Sellers, Ardis Severson, David Shannon, Beverly Sharp Richard Sharp. Frank Shearer, Kenneth Shepard, Roberta Sheperis, Bill Shipperly. Robert Shoemaker, Kenneth Simpson, Robert Smallwood Lois Smith, Raymond Smith, Walter Smotherman, Don Snyder, Iames Snyder, Lyle Snyder, Nancy Snyder, Natalie Snyder 90 CLASS OF '55 Row 1: Glenn Stewart, Richard Stewart. Lois Stickney. Dorlea Stover, Bill Surge, Bonnie Susan. Betty Syson. Peggy Syson Row 2: Silvia Tharp. Charles Thomas. Patricia Thomas. Alice Thurston. Io Ann Turtle, Tim Tyler. Larry Unger, Richard Vahl Row 3: Donald Vandenburg. Raymond Vcmdenburg, Ruth Vanliampen, Charles Vogelsang, Iohn Wade. Marilyn Walker, Betty Warnke. Irene Washington Row 4: Willie Washington, Riley Watkins, Dorothy Waugh, Kay Weaver, Robert Weaver, Ruth Weber, Betty Webber, Phyllis Webber . Row 5: Iacquline Weiler, Mary Lynn Weimer, Carol Weist, Nancy Welch, Mary Wellingham, Margaret Wesolowski. Karen White. Pat White Row 6: Phoebe Wienke, Glenn Wilkens. Gloria Williams. Naoma Williams, Robin Witwer. Charles Works, Charles Wright, Iohn Wright Row 7: Geoleen Wybum, Barbara Yaw, Paul Yeager, Norman Young, Paula Young, Louis Zechlin No Pictures: Beverly Connors. Ralph Keith. Marian Carlton, Norma Cochran, Beverly Wright, David Lein 91 CLASS OF '56 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Sharon Adams, Wilford Adams, Billy Antisdell, Ellen Armstrong, Duane Arnold, Iudy Bacon, Kenneth Bailey, Larry Bailey Mary Io Baird, Joanne Barlow, Roger Barr, Gina Barron. Robin Barton, Ierry Bauqhman. Robert Baxter, Mary Ann Beck Marcella Bestle, Iudith Bisby, IoAnn Blair, Phyllis Bourziel, Frank Brewes, Robert Briggs, Clayton Britton, Mary Bround Nancy Brown, Virginia Butler, Lura Bybee, Teddy Byrd, Marlene Caliif, Larry Campbell, Richard Carpenter, Ierry Christ Laura Clark. Eddie Clevenger, Shirley Colcord, Vernon Collins, Warren Corwin. Roberta Coultas, Elizabeth Covey, Roscoe Cox Kenneth Cramer, Barbara Davis, Bessie Davis, David Davis, Ianice Davis, Patsy Deitrich, Edward Demske. Arlean DePeel Iudy DePoy, Iames DeWitt, Patricia Dittmer. Virginia Dobson, Mike Ducey, Rila Dodd, lack Duis, Doris Dunilin 92 CLASS OF '56 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row W. A. Echols, Barbara Ellis, Donald Ellwood, Ruth Erickson. Richard Fields, Atha Finch, Kemlyn Finch, Peter Fisher Roger Fletcher, Richard Flint, Walter Fox, Carolyn Freeze, Wayne Fries, Wanda Frizzell, Alice Gallimore, Linnea Geary Bill Gents, Betty Gleitz, Howard Goqley, Georgieann Goodman, Mary Io Gorman, Stanley Gorton, Ray Gouldman, Duwayne Grabner Fred Grant, Roskie Green, Barbara Greene, Patty Greenhoe, Dale Griifee, Larry Griffith, Paul Grime, Thelma Guiles Sharon Guyott, Arthur Haas. Carol Hamilton, Clarence Hancock, Sharon Hansen, Philip Harbaugh, Carl Harrotf, Richard Hart Robert Hatch, Thomas Healy, Carol Hershey, Tom Hibbard, Iohn Hiter, Ierry Hunziker, William llilf, Nancy lmus Iames Ingleright, Charles Irwin, Phillip Irwin, Iack Iacobs, Bud Iohnson, Milla Iohnson, Vance Johnson, Harold Jones 93 CLASS OF '56 Row Row Bow Row Row Row Row Robert Iones, Sandra lanes, Paul Iuhasz, Kenneth Kaiser, Karen Kane, IoAnn Kasprzak. Louise Keach, Nancy Keller Kathryn Kendrick, Kay Kiger, Donna Kipker. Larry Kirk, Ieannette Klann, Robert Klinqer. Virginia Klute, Richard Knaui Donna Kocker, Gretchen Koerwitz, Delores Krueger, Henry Krueger. Ianine Lake, Linda Langston.. Robert Latislaw, Ioma Lauder Mary Leach. Betty Leggett, Saraiane Lehman. Carl Leiler, Iames Lintz, Ioan Litty. Terry Low, Mary Lowe Alice Lucas, Arlene Lundgren, Mary Luth, Ioe Malott, Iames Marlin, Constance Manning. Sue Marks. Iudy Marshall Robert Marshall, David Marston, David Martin, Bill Mason. Suzann Mathews, Lois Matte- son, Bob Mattix. Marilyn Mayhew Don McClure, Allred McComb, Patricia McCombs, Barbara McGrath, Anna McKimney, Kathleen McN1ilty. Myron Miller. Patricia Mione 94 CLASS CF '56 Row 1: Row 2 Row 3: Row Row Row 6: Row 7: 4: 5: Patricia Moore, Richard Morey. Raymond Morrow, Mary Morton, Nancy Myers, Theresa Nelson, Gordon Neuens, Robert Newsome Eugene Okonskin, Willard Orrick, Susan Pearce, Clair Peel, Carol Percy, Gwendolyn Peters, Ierry Peterson, Larry Pethick Tom Pettie, Virginia Phillis, Patsy Pickens, Don Pierce. Harold Pingel, Sally Plym, Glen- nis Pointer, Margilean Pointer Phyllis Pollock, Patsy Raderstori, Eugene Ralston, Iudy Rand, Kathryn Reichanadter, Gordon Reid, Rose Reum, Ion Rippingille ' Ronald Robb, Donna Robinson, lerry Rossow, Ioyce Rossow, Robert Rossow, Sharon Ros- sow, Ianet Sample, Sammy Sampson Ioseph Saratore, Helen Seelinq, Kay Sellers, lack Shanton, Norman Shell. Carolyn Shu- gars, Rosalie Siderits, Idamae Siqwold Frankln Simpson, Rebecca Singer, Iohn Smith, Sandra Smith, Kenneth Snyder, Linden Steeby, Bill Stranq, Carol Swanson 95 CLASS OF '56 ' Row Row Row Row 'Row Row No p 1: Eloise Syson, Elmer Thompson, fred Tracy, Karen Truesdell, Lowell Thompson, Leona Thurman, Alyce Thurston, Wini- Wilma Tucker Mary Lou Vickerson, Chart Vogelsanq, JoAnn Voqelsanq, Iames Warren, Nancy Warren, Devan Watson. Darlene David Weiser, Wade Wellingham, George Wiars, Margaret Wickler, Roann Wideman, 2: lean Unley, lames Vandagriii, Iames Vollman, Barbara Vore, Beverly Wain 3: Sharon Walter, Tom Wandry. Weaver, Iames Webster, Priscilla Webster 4: Bruce Wiklinson, Larry Williams, Marvin Williams 5. . Robert Williams, Lou Ann Winger, Beverly Winters, Scott Witwer, Charlotte Woqatzke. Fred Wogatzke, Barbara Wood, Donald Worn ' 6: Beverly Wright, Kenneth Wright, Thomas Young, Clyde Zehrung ictures: Donald Bright, Martha Carlton, Mary Covey, Diane Elliott, Charles Hall. Ianet Iasinski. Iames Laubach, Obie Pysinger, Priscilla Van Kirk, Mary Lou Wogatske 96 CLASS OF 57 Row Row How Bow Row Row Row Ann Adams. Richard Adams. Robert Anderson, Carla Andress. Yvonne Bagby. Diana Baird. Mike Baker. Robert Bauer Iudith Baumgartner. Norma Bedell, lack Binns, Iames Blank. Ray Boraker. Iohn Borst. Norman Boulton. Kenneth Bowerman Edward Boyer. Evelyn Boyrington. Mariorie Brandon. Iohn Brawley. Dwayne Brock. David Brudi. Frank Buck. Marilyn Bundy Ioella Burdue, Nancy Burqe. Brenda Burklow. Donna Burnett, Bernard Bush. Ioan Bybee, Lyman Bybee, Nelson Cain I Richard Caliif. Barbara Carr. Mary Carter. Sharon Churchill. Meredith Clark. Robert Clark. Lynn Clingenpeel. Larry Clymer Barbara Cochran, Glenn Cochran. Raymond Cole. Patricia Cottrell. Robert Covey. Norma Cunningham. Patricia Curtis. Robert Curtis lack Darling, Ronald Daus. Charles Davis. Emily Davis. Rex Davis. Sharon DeForest. Iacob Dietz, Susan Deitrich 97 CLASS OF '57 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Carole Dick, Karen Dombrowski, Norma Dowell, Iayne Dunham, Ioyce Dunham, Lovetta Earls, Charles Egbert, Danny Ellis Martha Elston, Marcel Everhart, loAnn Farrell, Iames Ferris, Fay Fergison, William Fischer, William Fletcher, Sharon Flint Mary Florence. Vada Io Flynn, Kathleen Ford. Robert Ford, Robert Forler, Excel Fox, 'Robert Frame, Delores Frantz Mary Frazier, Lance Freeman, Robert Fretz, Beverly Gentry, Kenneth Gentry, Lavoy Gentry, Florence George, Gerald George Iames Grahm, Nancy Green, Patricia Gresham, Iulane Griifee, Lirelei Grubbs, Iohn Gunn, Thomas Gunter, Roy Haas Warden Hagood, Larry Hahn, Marilyn Haimbauqh, Donna Hall, Mary Handley, Kirk- land Hanson. Alice Hargreaves, Richard Harrell Richard Hartman, Wayne Hatch, Io Ann Hayes. Kenneth Harrington, Edward Herrmann, Christopher Herron, Ioann Hill, Norma Hill ,, ' 98 CLASS OF '57 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Stuart Hill, Fred Hilliqos, Darlene Holcomb, Andrew Hoskins, Florence Huliine, Ierry Humphrey, Richard Hursh, Robert Iamieson David Iohnson, Iohn Iohnson, Iudith Iohnson, Kathryn Iohnson, Linda Iohnson, Max Iohnson. Dale Iones, Evan Iones Morris Iones, Ruth Iorgenson, Carol Kachur, Richard Kendall, Phyllis Kepler, Darwin Kiper, Mariorie Kline, Roberia Knapp Richard Knott, Glenn Kretchman, Gerry Kruger, lean Lace, Susan Lace, Fred Laesch, Glen Lake, Iames Lamberton Richard Leach. Connie Leak, Kathleen Leason, Robert Lepel, lohn LeRonge, Larry Lewis, Robert Lewis, Iames Lierley Mildred Lintz, Rayburn Lloyd, Tom Luckey, Emil Macevich, Leo Macevich, Roger Mahan, Carol Mann, Peter Mark Roy Mark, Deanna Marks, Ianice Marshall, Iack Marx. Billy Mattiiord, Ruth Mattix, l Barbara Maynard, Elizabeth Mclntire 99 l J CLASS OF '57 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row 1 3: 4: 5 6 7 2: Charles, Rosemary Mersereau, Elizabeth Metzger, Carol Meyers, John Milhon. Theresa Miller, Virginia Miller, Carla Mochour Nourrna Montgomery, Karen Mooneyham, Franklin Morrison, David Noe. Richard Oker- blooi. David Olson, Kay Onofryton, Russell Orrick Martha Palmer, Gary Parker, Melba Parks, Lou Ann Parmalee, Sharon Pawlak. Darlene PeGan, Robert Pierce, Patty Piier Armaiay Pointer, George Polly, Henry Polly, Fred Preston, Edwin Ralston, Donnie Ramsay, Richard Rausch. Larry Rechandter Ioann Robb, Tony Roberts, Mary Roebeck, Ioe Ross, George Runyan, Larry Ryder, Billy Saunders, Ed Schwartz Marilyn Seller, Richard Shaffer, Robert Shatter, Connie Shedrow, Margaret Sheffield, Marilyn Shell, Norma Sherburn, Sharon Shields Marianna Shingledecker, Richard Shinholt, Wilbur Siderits, Herman Simpson, Carol Slack, Margaret Slight, Ralph Smallwood, Douglas Smith 100 CLASS OF '57 Row Row Row Row Row Row 1 2 3 4 5 6: Everett Smith. George Smith, Ioe Smith. Norma Snyder. Norma lean Spenner. Nancy Steere. Dennis Stelnbarger, Patricia Storlarick Billy Strickland. Richard Stull, Kenneth Suel, Iudy Susan. Marshall Thompson, Roger Tracey. lack Lucker. Kay Tumer Barbara Uselton. Sally Vandenburg. Noah Van Kirk. Taylor Van Sandt. Kay Vogelsang. Brenda Walter. Iudy Walton. Bobby Wardlaw I Connie Warren. Carol Weaver. Suzanne Weaver. Patricia White. Bonnie Williams. Ianet Williams. Eugene Williams. Iudy Wilson Lynne Wingeart. Myrtle Woodlord. Donald Woolter. Ronald Wooiter. lack Worden. William Wruck. Carl Yaeger. Helen Young Donna Zehrung No Pictures: Ray Bowker, lack Lucker. Lou Ann Hammer, Howard Marlin 101 JUNIOR HIGH 'STUDENT COUNCIL Row 4: Bette Wamke, Iohn Wade, Buddy McComb, Theora Keyes, Bob Maddix, Marvin Williams, Sylvia Frucci, Ierry Hunziker Row 3: Mary Ann Beck, Garnett Keeys, Larry Hall, Terrie Lynd, Sandy Smith, Carol Hershey, Iudy Susan, Rex Davis, Ioyce Dunham Row 2: Lou Ann Winger, Carol Hamilton. Billie Hartz, Cleo Gray, Bob Coates, Bill Fisher, Nancy Keller, Iudy Walton, Ioann Farrell Row 1: Shorty Iones, Iohn Iohnson, Tim Tyler. Dick Knott, Mrs. Bender, Charlie Thomas, Warren Marazita, Bobby Lepel The Niles Iunior High School Student Council has been very active this year under the direction of Mrs. Bender and Mr. Leeman. They have spon- sored many iunior high dances and operated the lost and found case where candy sales were conducted each day. A Red Cross program was sponsored by the Council this year and they also contributed toward the Viking Handbook. Membership was composed of ten representatives and six alternates elected from each class in Iunior High School. The officers are Charles Thomas, president: Tim Tyler, vice president: Dick Knott, secretary: and Warren Ma- razita, treasurer. 102 This YGCII, besides participating in the Band Bounce and seasonal Row 5: Row 4: Row 3: Row 2: Row 1: Absent: JUNIOR HIGH BAND Carol Hershey, Thomas Rough, Marian Carlton, lo Ann Blair. Paul Stringham. Carl Har- roff. Dcn Pierce, Kathy McNulty, lack Shanton, Clarence Moyer, Ed Rice Barbara Wood. Ierry Hover, Danny Bucha, Bobbie Wardlow, Marilyn Knaul, Marsha Albert, Kay Sellers, Tom Hibbard, Dick Holcomb, Betty Gteitz Marilyn Stover, Mary Morton, Saraiane Lehman, lerry Rossow. Gordon Reid, Nancy Brown, Mariorie Schott, Mitzi Rapes, Leroy Iones, Charlene Rudduck Robert Montgomery. Phyllis Bourziel, Larry Griffith. losephine Creviston, lon Rippinqille, Eddie Clevenqer. Diana Elliott, Lois Iones, Priscilla Vlfebster, Ronnie Lewis Miss Charleen lones, Shirley Colcord. Dick Morey, Carol Hamilton, Devon Watson, Bob Aldrich, Teddy Byrd, Nelson Cain, lean Conner Ierry Baughman, Dick Mantke, Minnie Miller, Dick Stewart, Jackie Weiler Iunior high school students who receive the highest ratings in instru- mental auditions make up the fifty-member lunior Band. This experience prepares the students for future membership in the Senior Band. concerts, the Iunior Band took part in the district band contest at Kalamazoo, where they received a "l" division rating. They also played at the iunior high basketball games and some of their members participated in the district solo and ensemble contest. Several Iunior Band members united with the Senior Band to form the marching band. This group marched at the football games, the fall marching festival at Coldwater, and Band Day at Ann Arbor. This year's Iunior Band officers are President, Robert Montgomery: Vice President, Tom Rough: Secretary. Mitzi Rapes: Treasurer, Ierry Rossow: Librar- ian, Marilyn Knaui: and Unifonn Manager .Mary Morton. 103 Row Row Row Row FRIDAY FORECASTER Robert Klinqler. Robert Iones. Barbara Wood. Business Manaqer. Mary Lou Vickerman. Terry Lynd, Gretchen Koerwitz, Phyllis Platt, Iulane Goodenough, Linda Langston Ronnie Robb, David Davis. Susan Pierce. Feature Writer. Kay Kiqer. Ray Smith. Mike Davis. Kenny Kramer Arlene Lundgren. Mary Leach. Donna Robinson. Carol Hershey. Editor. Wanda Frizzell. Barbara McGrath. Nancy Warren Karen White. Kathy Kendricks. Miss Lovgren, Advisor. Nancy Imus. Iudy Susan. Iudy Depoy, Mary Io Baird LOST AND FOUND CASE The Popular LOST and FOUND CASE and Its Friendly Attendants 104 NIN TH GRADE DOUBLE 'SEXTET Row 2: Nancy Gentry. Paula Hemphill, Mary Lynn Wymer. Alice Williamson, Charlene Dreher, Elaine Makowski, Diane Healy Row 1: Mary Alice Wellingham, Karen White. lill Munroe, Mrs. Hosler. Cleo Gray. Barbara Brown EIGHTH GRADE DOUBLE SEXTET Row 2: Lou Ann Winger, Marilyn Mayhew, Iudy Marshall. Sandra Iones. Gina Barron, Barbara Green. Sally Plym. Karen Truesdell Row 1: Louise Keach, Mary Bround, Mrs. Hosler, Winiired Tracey. Iudy Bacon 105 N INTH GRADE CHOIR Row 5: Victor Crane, Melvin Miller, Siuart Nieb, Larry Hall, Bob Middleton, Bob Ramsay, Bruce Hart, Warren Marazita, David Shannon. Dick Mell. Bob Coates Row 4: Mary Wellingham, Bob Shoemaker. Don Kirkendall, Tim Tyler, Dale Lowe, Iames Snyder, Ronnie Klingler, Carl Reid, Iohn Wright Row 3: Donna Rice. Charlene Dreher, Marilyn Britton, Elaine Mokowski, Bette Blank, Diane Healy, Cleo Gray, Nancy Conrad, Carol Blanchard Row 2: Nancy Gentry, Norma Cochran, Mary Weimer, Alice Williamson, Valerie Iohnson, Bonnie Susan, Barbara Brown Row 1: Iill Munroe, lackie Forbes, Dorothy Lippott, Alma Hosler, Kay Homer, Paula Hemphill, Karen White JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS Row 2: Nancy Keller, Pat Piler, Pat Cottrell. Carolyn Freeze, Iudy Walton, Brenda Waller, Wini- lred Tracey Row 1: Betty Wamke, loyce Rossow, Diane Healy 106 Row 4 Row 3 Row 2 Row 1 BLEACI-IER SQUAD Dale Oswald, Ronnie Klinger, Iim Snyder, Russell Saaihoif, Pierce Williams, George Bab- cock, Gordon Rolleri, Dick Walsh, Iim Anderson, Ellsworth Cummins, George Kirkendall Bob Middleton. Tim Tyler, Les Miller, Pal Neesley, Ted Knott. Dick Dunham, Bill Neesley, Bob McKimmy Larry Hall, Don Smith, Frank Shula. Kay Weaver, Virginia Romanski, Sharon Lynd. Carl Murphy. Martha Krueger, Cecelia Armstrong Verna Geishiri. Mr. Lewis, Miss Parroii, Mr. Whiiwam, Miss Broyles, Mr. Bender, Miss Stropplle, Nancy Iohnson 4- -MH V Row 3: Row 2: Row 1: NOON USHEBS CLUB Roscoe Cox, Richard Messenger, Robert Teeier, Larry Unger, Tom Peiiy, Richard Carp- enter. Larry Griffith Kenneih Kaiser, Don Vandenburg, Melvin Berquist, Dick Kasprzak, Ray Smith. Iim DeWitt Daundra Io Holcomb, Max Shepardson, Mr. Dewitt, Don Kaiser, George Ierdon, Myrtle Deitrich 107 v WV E iff E K. fi 7 Row Row Row Row FRESI-IMAN FOOTBALL Iohn Wright, lack Scott, Dick Vohl, Ronald Klingler, Iohn Wade, lack Kasprzak, Riley Watkins, Charles Works, Don Kirkendall, Larry Unger, Ioe Jones Coach Skyles, Mgr. Chester Brock, Don Vandenburg, Victor Matteson, Tim Tyler, Don Boose, Bob Schmidt, Bob Middleton, Bill Shipperly, Warren Maraziia, Mgr. Theora Keeys, Mgr. Dick Mell Bill Surge, Larry Hall, Waller Bridges, Gordon Reum, Charles Thomas, Don Snyder, Dave Shannon, Charles Wright, Dave Maithews, Richard Messenger, Dale Lowe Art Baueriiend, Ken Knauf, Bob Coaies, Louis Zechlin, Donald Pethick, Bob Shoemaker ij f li ,-5 ,. ,- - A 1 108 N IN TI-I GRADE BASKETBALL Row 3: Theora Keeys, Larry Hall. Charles Works, Chester Brock, Tim Tyler, Bill Shipperly, Victor Crane, Bob Coates Row 2: Al Brown, Louis Zechlin, Ronald Klingler, Dave Matthews, Iim Snyder. Iohn Wade, F rank Shearer Row 1: Bob Shoemaker, Coach Skyles, Bob Middleton, Charles Thomas, Warren Marazita, Dave Shannon, Don Snyder EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL Row 4: Norm Shell, Elmer Thompson, Myron Miller. Stan Corton, Paul Grimes, Bill Antisdel, Sonny Morrow, Larry Bailey ' ' Row 3: Clayton Britten, Roger Barr, Wayne Fries, Don Worm, Dick Morey, Bruce Wilkinson, Mike Ducey , A Row 2: Linden Steeby, Bob Fields, Marvin Williams, Tom I-libbard, Bob-Newsome. Larry Williams, Coach Wall Row 1: Phil Irwin, Ioe Saratore, Bob Mattix, Bud McComb, Roger Fletcher, lim Laubach 109 SEVEN TH. GRADE BASKETBALL Row 3: D. Knoll. Rex Davis. Tom Lucky. Bob Lewis. Bob Anderson, Dick Adams, Roy Mark Row 2: S. Smallwood, Dick Hartman, Rayburn Lloyd. Dick Leach, Ioe Smith, Edwin Ralston, Gary Parker. Robert Lepel Row 1: Harry Foster. Dick Knott. G. Williamson, Iohn Brawley. Daniel Ellis. Coach Pilarski l 110 V J QA, W ilu - i , WW, ,W 'aw ,Si 'fsiemr Hhs K , Q X, , -.---. V 'Nh ., , " f ' Rv' A'-- + Q fy ' cf 20 K f7f"" K 4 Q X , "v':" : , 6 V " 1. DA I .g tg L y, Q 6 , f ,, QQ . , lu. , ,cf ,L ,W AQ N'-Q , , Qf f .a.i 1 2 ...,.L, ' Q! ex : I ' , T ' 2 'Em I 'Q .W 4 ' J 5 !jUNyOPxZ Wx ' V N- 3 f '- : ' ' '- ' 2 f H ' G H ii-1 Q ' an I ..: 4' " k ' As 'Q f l ,ASQ CJ' I 4- - ------ ------------ - - -------- -- Mx- FEATURING YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME "Jonathan Logan" Dresses "Junior Deb" Coats and Suits "Cameron" Blouses "Sporteen" Skirts "Helen Harper" Sweaters "Thornton" Hats "Corvette" Purses "Dawnelle" Cloves "Seamprufe" Slips "Blue Swan" Panties Air "PermaLift" Brassieres Conditioned "Prim" Hosiery FASCINATING FASHIONS -. ... 1 1 1 -. -.,I1nu1,m1un..n-nn..uln1m-. ... -. 1 1 -.H,,1nuul1,..,1.l.,iuu1 -. 1 -. 1 .- 1 6a4n7z'4 GRDCERY AND MARKET CHOICE MEETS 4 I P 208 MAIN STREET n U'"'U'-U-""fl'?"'--"""--W" ...... ..-. , -----..--- .-..........5. 4. I I i Compliments of I I CONGRATULATIONS 3 3 PALMER 'rnnnsrnn I I V952 GRADUATES I I LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE I I ' MOVING II Ambfose 3' Afflllll' Mould I 1 Iz44 s. IIIIi Niles, Mich I I il- --,- - ---- - --f- --i---- ------ -- ---- - ---- - 1--- - ---- ------ 4 O P I I I""'l' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' "i""" REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE S if Th 2 : UCCGSS O 9 I i Class of I952 4 O P - ? I i Bunumnn Bnos. zio N. Fifth Niles, Michigan I I Q E FINEST IN I I MEATS AND POULTRY II I I -I.. -------------- ..-....-iq. 4.,-II. ...-.--------- .-...... '7wenZq,fou21. yeaad in Me dame facaiian BABCOCK MOTOR SALES 1301 E. Main Street Niles, Michigan I-IUEEQN -NA PARTS SERVICE HUDSON SALES AND SERVICE AMERICA'S FOIREMOST CAR 1,11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1iii1,,,,1,.,I1,,,,1,.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1,m1 116 :i1.iii1 1 1 1 .1IiiI1IIii1iIii1iIIi1IIIi1IiIi- 1 1 1iI-IIII- Q...-....-. -------------- ....-.+ .?...-..I ---..--- ----- - - - 14 p..- nior aiu - E l . I Compliments ot L T Cousms Grocery and Market I I i I I 2 I Yankee Heights I G 1 B s o N ' s 7 L um h e r R C 0 al M-60 East Charley Batson I Z Phone 3436 J 4 0 r 2 I I I i I I QI- -..- -- ------------ in-I------I Everything tor Your Building I ..... ..-..-..........-..--S -i-- -----I -1- I I I I I I I I l I r---- - - - -ti-I--I-I--I-I-i-i-or---W I 4 o r Q Q i Compliments of Niles R.R. No. 5 NILES AUTOMOTIVE i ' I I Bertrand Rd at the R.R. tracks SUPPLY I , ! I 4 o r Phone 77-W I v 312 N. Front St. Phone 2156 I 5 I I I I 5 'im' "" 1 "" " "" 1 "" - IIII - "" -ll I'I' -HH-iI-LlTI- Illv - Ivlr - IIII -Ingo oiw- vlll -'Il--II14- lI'I - IIII - IIII -----1 ' ""-""""'-""-"'1H sion-ml-I. .Ii .in l4:....-Z.. --.,-..- .... 1 - .- ------ 1 - - n-In-n1ll-rl I I l Congratulations to the I I g cLAss or 1952 ! l T H A Y E R ' S I . i Quality Jewelers Since i909 I I I I 224-226 E. Main Street. - - - Thayer Building I Phone 138 I I 0fvm-Il-l-- -' 1"' ""' ' ' " -"-""""""""' -""'-""- "-"'1"'1"1'l-I 117 I 1nl,. lun, 1un1 -ll-HH ------- -v-- n --im-up at-ii-im-it ------------- up CONGRATULATIONS MICHIGAN GAS-ELECTRIC COMPANY 313 E. Main St. NILES, MICHIGAN 40? Always Remember, if it's done with 126 E. M Heat-Gas does it Better OVER A CENTURY OE SERVICE 1 Dem 4 SINCE 1839 DRUG STORE ain Phone 153 ' 's. N ci-IAS. w. GARNS, mp. Compliments of BROWN'S BOWLING L1-INIIS Niles, Michigan ' rsl9N Phone 1368 530 South 11th St. on U. S. 31 -iq.-..i...,. --......--.-. . up . Compliments of E. I-I. POWER SUPPLY COMPANY 4 O P PLUMBING SUPPLIES 4 O P Phone 1161 215 N. Ninth St. 'I' 1 "" liilli 1111-11 1 I IlI1nu-uric nfui-uni. 1 1 1 1 1 1 -- 1 -- 1 -- - --un-u g!.n1,m... -- 1 111-11111 111111 1 -uni - 1 1riu1nu-gi, 'E' Compliments of I I I I I ICRHMER'S GRUCERY LELAND R. FUNK 1 414 Michigan Street Phone 141 . . . I Nn.Es, MICHIGAN I , All Forms of Insurance ---- H- II', - I'I' - IIII - Illl - 'I,I - IIII - IDI, - - -Im-Nh T . and Bonds -g-'--i--- ---' - '--- - f--- - ---- - 1'-- --------- --'- - - ---- 1 I I BEST OF LUCK .... I 405 I i EARL A. NOBLE lm. I I CYRUS R. FUNK I 209 Cedar St. I I f Niles, Michigan i 5 i 1 YOUR PONTIAC DEALER I I - - - - - - - - - - - - -I-H---+ +-.------- - - --------------.-i----I--------M---I---I- - ------ E IIII 1 IIII C IIII 1 IIII 1 IIII '111"1'- I IIII 1-""1111 ' ' '1-- M Compliments of X I fblkisie Spaaid .fancf DRIVING RANGE MINIATURE GOLF ARCHERY U. S. 31 South Niles, Michigan 119 p1.n1nl....g.-ggigu1...iII.I11.-...-.111-..-1.11-.1-...ll-.1.-111 gem of 1952 MONTGOMERY WARD 8: CO. NII.Iss, MICHIGAN - .. -....-.I..-I...-...I-II.-I... ----- I...-.....!. Q...-I...-I - -.I.I-.II.-I.I-I.I.-I.II.-.....--II..-....-....-I...-I - Compliments of For Something Different ln Beautiful Flowers H A U s I: n ' s -i-- l Dixie Floral Gardens I I' M I Que 'W ea 5 Phone 3304-I - - - - - - - - - - - - ------Ii i---.-i- - - - ---I-I---.-..-....-..-.-.-..- - - - 1...11.14111.-111.I1,,,,lI,.,.-,,,,....HI.1111111-.11......1-. Compliments of SUPERIOR MOTOR SALES I. F. UNLE'Y, Proprietor CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH CARS I27 SYCAMORE ST. -:- PHONE 214 -, 1, ..,,...,m..m.1,m... 1 1 1 1 1 1I.iIIII1IIII1IIII1II1 1 1 .. ... .- ..- .. ..... 1 .. 1 1 1 120 1,,,,1,, 1111 11i111-- - 11:11:11:-noi: tion-lnrnn 1-111- 11-11 1 1 "'-W"-' Brand Names You Know Shoes You Love JWZUQZ K sxx '45 Niles, Michigan ,rn-5.1 1 .1 1 1 .. .- 1 1 1 -. ... ....,,1.m.-,I im..-, 1 ... .... 1 1 .- 1 ... .. .- .- -. ....nn....nu1u G R 1-I T ll W 0 I-I L Plumbing and Heating ZI3 N. 3rd St. Phone 8I4 PIPER FUNERAL HOME 405 SKYWAY and I-IIGI-IWAY AMBULANCE SERVICE 4 0 b 521 E. Main Phone I0-W FURNITUREGIAPPLIANCECO. NILES, Mig:-1. 2l9 N. ZND. f PH.8l0 LEWIS N. HILL, Prop. Furniture, Radios, Refrigerators, Washers, Sweepers, Electric, Gas and Coal Stoves Sales and Service Complete Home Furnishings 1uu1u 1---111111111 IIN--ull-Info of-n-un-nn 1--11 1111--1 -- -nn- 11:11.-M1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1:1 1 1...,1im1111...111111 1mi1m1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.i-i1n, First QuaIity1Good Service American Shoe Rebuilders We repair or replace new zippers II3 No. 2nd St. Niles, Mich. ...,,.,1,,..1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -.i 1 1 1 1.iii1ii 1.m1.,.,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1mi1 Compiiments of Russom Transfer 313 N. Second St. Phone 725 1i......iiu1 1 .... 1,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1iiii....i.,.1., Compliments of ASSOCIATED TRUCK LINES 4 0 V FIRST IN MICHIGAN ,,1.,.,1i 1 1 iii-iiii...iiii-im1 1 1 ...,m1ii u1,,,,1. 1 1 ,.1,m1. 1 1 PE'l'E'S ECONOMY DRUG STORE 4 O P ZOI MAIN ST. NILES, MICH 1,,.,,1,,,,1iiii1iiii1 1iii.1 1 1 Open Thurs. 5 Fri. Eve. Rozella's Beauty Clinic 528 No. 4 Iformerly MaBELLES'I Compleie Beauty Service Six Expert Operators th Phone W1., 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1iiii1,,,,1.i UZGMQ FLORISTS 4 0 P Niles, Mich. As the leader in the Store Front manufacturing field, The Kawneer Company has been a basic factor in the growth and development of our city and nation. Through the years past an ever increasing demand for skilled employees has created opportunity for young people in our community. THE KAWNEER COMPANY ARCHITECTURAL METAL PRODUCTS Factories in Niles, Michigan - Berkeley, California - Lexington, Ky. - Cynthiana, Kentucky 123 1nn1ii...........11111111-.-.1.....1 -11111111 ---?1--1 11111 1 nninvlv .ini-ini 111------- 11-1 ffl Wieland Bros. Bowling i i 8: . I Snack Bar i i I Z 5I7 N. znd Street NILES, MICHIGAN I i I I - , - -------------- 1 - iii i I """"" ' ' "l""l"'l""l'l"l """ ' ' ' ""l'l"I'l I e I Compliments of I I I I I El TI cO mc! I L I I Manufacturers of Eleclrical Supplies 1549 Lake sr. Phone 3400 I - '--- --I --------- ----- '--' - I -4- -1- Best Wishes for Success to the Class of l952 405 Neil Motor Sales Inc Your Friendly Ford Dealer II7 Sycamore IZO3 S. Eleventh .,i,,,,1111.11..-11....1...1.. WILLIAMS SUPPLY CO. MILLWORK - LUMBER - PAINT AND HARDWARE - BUILDING MATERIALS PLUMBING - HEATING - LIGHTING ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES l ,.,WN Phone 342 NILES, MICHIGAN lm ,,,..,-.-.11-..-.1...-111i1iiii1,.,,1,,.,-..u-1.-.-..-.-1-.1-.1i- 124 24 I-IOUR SERVICE 'WICICLER WRECKER SERVICE 925 Michigan St. Phone 2816 1...,1.11111111111111l.l,1.1 HAT CLEANING DRY CLEANING SHOE SHINING 0K HATTERS DRY CLEANERS 22 E. Main Street 1,..,1,1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1un1., Compliments of Tip-lo-Toe Beanie Salon Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Zaseck, Prop. PERMANENTS All lines of beauty work 225 N. 4th St. Phone 104 .,1un1un1nn1uu1uu1 1 1 1 1 1un1 .,1nn...1-...1111111 f ,--. 'N 103 E. Main 1701 Oak Phone 336 Phone 3331 ........- .. - - - - .. - - - - - .. .....-....... 4...-....-........,.........-.,..-....-....-....-....-.......,..-.........,...,..-............ N ILES WASTE PAPER CDMPANY NILES, MICHIGAN PAPER MILL SUPPLIES IRON 853 N. Front Phones 236-237 Compliments of Liberty Loan Corp. 101 E. Main St. Phone 88 +I- I..I -----------... I I- I.I. -I un.1nn.-nu....uu1uu1 1 1 1 ,.1..,.... 1- ----------------------- - + I I Congratulations to the Class of 1952 BEST WISHES FOR YOUR HAPPINESS and SUCCESS FRENCH PAPER COMPANY Established 1871 NILES - - - MICHIGAN Best Wishes from Union Auto Sales, Inc. 1420 South 11th Street Phone 3335 4 I P NILES' LARGEST USED CAR DEALER ..1.11...111....1,.,.1nn1ui.-u.1111.-..-1-... 126 1iaii1i11111111 1.,,,1,.,,1,.,.1.,.,1,...1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1m,1 -itu-ini--mi-nu-nn-iiii1.iu-un1nu1un-nu1.m-ini...un-ini.1uin1n WESTERN AUTO STORE 'Everytlwing For The Motorist" 120 Eleventh St. Niles, Michigan George Skalecki lProp,l -M111m-niin-mi11-u-iiii11m-nn1.uu-uii1u.i-ini1 1 1im-ii Compliments ot The WHISTLE STOP CAFE OPEN 24 l-IRS. A DAY 412 Wayne St. Phone 9117 1.1.1, 1..i..1iw1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1mi1ii 1im1, 1 1 1 ,1,,,,1 1,.i.1 1 1,.,.1 14-1 1 1,,,i1,. Compliments ot n Whilcomb Fuel Co. COAL - STOKERS 507 Wayne St. Phone 321 Compliments ot ROBERT GANO Plumbing 5' Heating 517 Hickory St. Phone 450 11iii1,l1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i1im1ii ....-q. ,.,.1 u-uu1uii-mi.- 1 -1 1 1 1 1,.,,1p iiu1-ni...mi1u 4..- --an ii...-in is ii... i-uii.1ini-iui- -2- 'l' 5 l -2- '5' 1 1 l 4- ..1,,,,11111111111111.1..1 Success to the Class ot 1952 Credit Bureau of Niles, Inc. 311 EAST MAIN Phone 1770 Compliments ot Garden City Cleaners Monite Mothproof Cleaning 1027 Wayne Phone 817 A Blossom a Day Keeps Gloom Away EAST MAIN GARDENS 1521 E. Main St. Phone 1018 Compliments ot The Veni Sweet Shop 228 E. Main - Phone 542 ,1uu.... 1 1 1 1 1 ...M1 1 1 1 1 1 1.-.M1 1,,,,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,.1..,,1,.,. .....,..-...--..-....-..----.......,,5. ..-....-,..-...-..-....--.... -'!' l! I I CQNGRATULATIOIIS I I and Congratulations BEST WISHES and To the Best Wishes for Success to CLASS GI: 1952 g g Class of 1952 L I I I EAS'l'0N'S GROCERYi 4 Q r I Q QUALITY FOODS 7 i and MEATS I I BRIGGS and SONS I I I I Used Cars BORDEN'S ICE CREAM i I I I I I -Im --------------- un-IQ. Q. .1....-.I 11111--- Im --1- Q 755 ' A11 !l.1f f Lf lffk JEWELRY a oP1'IcAI..' ' COPLTHIFIND 61 MAIN sv. CASH OR CREDIT Q.-lm-mf--II 11-1 -- 11-111111 I-Im-In--un-In 1---1111111-1 'fa 128 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -.m,1m...p.,,.,.-W1 1 1 ef, IJ!! G api! -,,- .... - -..,- .... ....I-.. X ..-..-....,, ..'IA...S..-,.-....... ...- - - .. - , wi ,W Flip ' -I fr fl. , M4 if 4 X, I .1 A! " nffw, , , IW WTI K iff A B' Qi! , f I K, FIRST ATIO AL BA K CF ILES DEPOSITS UP TO 510,000 INSURED with Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Member Federal Reserve System Phones 1740-1741 129 1,,,,1,,,,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -nn1.,, CITIZENS COAL COMPANY 4 0 I P 526 N. Front Phone 764 NILES, MICHIGAN 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 M. J. IIIJNZIIIER 8: SONS NURSERYMEN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS ' w x Yankee St. Niles, Mich. n-as ,,1,,,,1,,1 1 1 1,,1 1 1 1,,,,1 1 1,,1,,,,1 Always the newest fashions in shoes for all the family Roblee - Naturalizers Pedwin - Life Stride Buster Brown Correctly Fitted and Checked by Approved X-Ray IIESS and I-IAINSTOCII BROWNBILT SHOE STORE Correctly Fitted and Checked by Approved X-Ray III N. Second St. ,1,,,,1,1111111111111 1,,,,1,111111111111.... Compliments of GERTII CHEVROLET INC N 550 South Eleventh Phone 862 " f- N oi- --w--In ------ ------ - -H.--I..-..q. .5...-......... - .-...-.-.-. ... 4. ufsiuu--nu 111111111 -1111-11111111- 1 1 - -- - -ala ELMER'S HOBBY SHOP ELMER EASTON, Prop. SCHWINN BIKES KEYS MADE-LOCK REPAIRS WHIZZER MOTORS CUSHMAN SCOOTERS , LAWNMOWER REPAIRS FULL LINE OF ACCCESSORIES AND PARTS Pick-up and Delivery CALL US IF IT CAN BE DONE--WE CAN DO IT I3 E. Main Phone ISI5 NILES, MICHIGAN I +1 llul 1 lqll TTT11 . iiii+1T1T1 I in-u uulx --nn 1111iTT i T .7 1. T. -. ,III i1i--ti1111111- IIII - I io? inn- IIII -.I 111.,i 1 ... .1 1 I I I I I . I I Fred I-I. linger Q Come to I I FUNERAL HOME I Q I I ' I Ted Hallbritter I Img-5 A Ken Allred A Associates for ., I I I School Supplies AMBULANCE SERVICE , , T I Office Supplies i Typewriters - Gifts Phone 730 615 E. Main sf. Books ' TOYS I I I I - I -1- - '-'- --------------- --II - I -+ +I- ---- -I ------- - - - -1- 131 I-LA. MAUER DODGE PASSENGER CARS Established 1947 MOTOR SALES INC. DODGE Job-Rated TRUCKS 301 Eleventh Street l Telephone 2600 -- 2601 NILES, MICHIGAN .fr-ini-un --111 . 1-11-11-11 i-- -uni -. -111111111111 im--mi--fl. 1m 1111--111--11-1 luring. Compliments of NILIIS I-OCKER THE HOME OF QUALITY MEATS 1111 Oak Street 1uniim--iiiiim.--ini-nii1nii1iiii 11111-1- un-Lag. To You ot the colors . . , Yellow and Blue We Sell . .. Quality Hardware and Sporting Goods Too The IIIIRR HARDWARE CO. l I Compliments ot j Nu-Way 1 1 DRY CLEANERS it SELLERS, Prop, Niles Phone seo iauzhanan Phone 960 1 1115 N. Seventh si. 1 COMPLETE FUR stoimee i 1 4- -x-l-- ---- --- ---- - -'-- - ---- - --1- - -'-, - -1-- - -l-l - ---- - ---- - ---- -'-- ---- ---'-- - 4..,1 ,,,, ----, ,,,, 1 , 1 ,,,. 1 1 1,,, -,-- ,...1.,.,,1 l i i Compliments ot T 'l'ony's I G A 1 A 1451 Lake sn I E I f GROCERIES 6' MEAT 7Day Service - ..,. -4 l 132 i.1....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 1 1 1. ...,,......,..... 1 'A 'T i- eeoo T TTY Tigre f " fir: E i-:Sb Open DisPlaY Cases 1 QQ! T i Continuous Display Cases If L 1 is l Reach-ln Refrigerators i , i H f l i 1720 gf' H Bd ii l Walk-ln Coolers fri Horne Freezers eg-+1 as 13. i Beverage Coolers ' l Beer Dispensers rl -5: V,,,V A i X 1. i l l 1 io i ,,,, osso ooss a E r ZW fly eel' lzallzef. TYLER FIXTURE CORPORATION HARDER REFRIGERATOR CORP. WILSON REFRIGERATION, INC. "i'-"l PIONEER MILK COOLER AND HOME FREEZER MANUFACTURERS Tyler has purchased the operating business of Wilson Refrigeration, Inc., of Smyrna, Delaware, which will be operated as a division of the Tyler Fixture Corporation. Thus, the name WILSON-famous since 1927 as a leading manufacturer of milk coolers, freezers and commer- cial refrigerators-is added to HARDER-pioneer in home and farm freezers, and TYLER-famous for welded-steel refrigerator display cases and commercial refrigerators. The Tyler commercial refrigerator line-the most complete in the world-will continue to grow! The enlarged Tyler organization enjoys a combined total of over 140 years experience, with over 16 acres of plant, oHice and warehouse space. Tyler will continue to develop new and better refrigeration equipment for food stores and eating places of all kinds, for the farm and for the home. Milk Coolers Jig .V D Display Cases Shelving M3900 l66?4W0zV i- - "war: ...1e.-. ,V " , , N ffn,'Q,1,,,'XT'-e' X ' ,eee ' 11 fig, A EX Kfjxxx gf Er, AIN- X , ,'wii.ii..,,23 NILES, MICHIGAN COBLESKILL, NEW YORK SMYRNA, DELAWARE WAXAHACHIE, TEXAS Tyler Fixture Corporation Harder Refrigerator Corp. Wilson Refrigeration, lnc. Tyler Fixture Corporation Main office and plant Division of Tyler Fixture Corp. Division of Tyler Fixture Corp. Branch plant au-. 1 Campus Sweaters Florsheim Shoes Jockey Underwear Crosby Square Shoes Alligator Topcoats Stetson Hats Lamb Knit Sweaters lnterwoven Socks 213 E. Main St. -:- Phone l67l IIMIDT sc Dallaerg Motors, lm: PACKING COMPANY NILES fi.,-...ZR 4 Q p NH-ES Best Wishes to the Class of '52 MICHIGAN -.1.....11111.....-llrnrln 4- 'fl' CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF '52 ' fS- N COMPLETE MOTOR TUNE-UP SERVICE IGNITION PARTS - CARBURETORS GENERATORS - STARTERS TIRES - BATTERIES Open 7 days a week LONG'S TEXACO SERVICE U. S. 31 at Bertrand Rd. PHONE I663-J 1 ..., 111-1-1-- --11- 1' v0I1 - I vie ian- llvl ----11---1-1 1 I I ' I WITH BEST WISHES I T I I I the little shop I I NILES I I I s 1' E I: L 'r A N If LATEST FICTION I I BEST or THE CLASSICS I C 0 M P A N Y INTERESTING GIFTS GREETING CARDS I I STATIONERY 4 0 P I I 305 East Main St. Phone I875 I I I I I I - -I-- ----------- ---- "-' - - I -1- +I- --II ------------- -I- 135 'fWWl FOR MIN A.ND BCTYST Commercial FANS L00 K TO for OPPORTUNITY -uu1uniuu-nulrunr--:uriun-nn-rrn1uu1uu-:nr-uruu1u111nuinn-un-run1niir Main at Second - Niles CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF l952 From GARDEN CITY FAN COMPANY Manufacturers Since l879 of INDUSTRY l GARDEN CITY FANS Made in Niles, Michigan and shipped throughout the world Industrial BLOWERS Excellent possibilities to serve the Nation's lndustry. Applications Accepted at 80I N. 8th St. 1m.1m..1 1,.,.1rr.1m1lm..m.....m.1m.11,.....m1nn...,m1un1nn.1 1,,,,1un1 1 1 1 1 1 1 136 IIEIB GUIIGIIETE PIIII IIGTS 00. CONCRETE BLOCKS - SPLIT BLOCKS EXCAVATING SEPTIC TANKS AND GREASE TRAPS FOUR FLAGS TEXACO SERVICE 0 ACCESSORIES O HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES TEXACO G. . . w. F. Y o n K STH AND SYCAMORE PHONE 400 -I' -'------- "' ------ "" "' "" - "" ------'-------' "" - 'I' 137 1.1111111111-11111 'rnomns ICE CREAM FGUNTAIN "For Refreshment's Sake" ?" f SUCCESS TO THE CLASS OF 1952 MICHIGAN BOX and CRATE INC. 4.P Wood and Plywood Boxes Palletse-Wood Specialties 40h Phone 3034 P. 0. 1220 N. 13th St. NILES, MICHIGAN Box 181 11140 :fan-nu-n 11111-11111 ... -..m..,m.... Compliments of The STANDARD OIL CO. L. C, HARRISGN, Resident Agent 123 Marmont St. Phone 316-W OUR COIV1PLllV1ElXlTS TO Tl-lE GRADUATES I4 0 N' G ' S FLOWERS AND GIFTS Phone 1806 206 E. Main 1 l l 1 nfs 1 -111111111-:win .f..,1.m--I 1----1111---- mint- 4, Congratulations PHH111HlEE'S NILES HOME OWNED DEPARTMENT STORE Phone 1644 219 EAST MAIN NILES Ea! Maha flaam SEXTON'S auanilane ancf Nppkafwed Everybody's Pointing to O 222 N. Front Phone 1088 139 4. ----------------- i-- ----- ------- '1- Compliments of NILES ASSCDCIATION OF INSURANCE AGENTS A. E. Buchanan E H, "Bud" Rifenberg Lloyd H, Krueger Agency Richter Agency, Inc. my Funk Bros. Miars 6 Miars Morden's, Inc, Schick G Sons ,P ....---- .. -. - - -A ...ii-....-.....-... ------- ---- - - 4. 140 6611 AT U LA TIC oc "Is- Davis Proclucis Company NILES MICHIGAN Compliments of 7fae .fu ea. Lumber - Coal - Builders Supplies PHONE6 314 FRONT ST. NILES ......-. 1111.-...111...,,,,.....,1,.,.11111111111-.1 141 i f Zia., if ff gf X f I X I 7 I i, Z Z H , 'I 'A RAT! Qrfwf ?' Zfeggc-., VA, 4 Q ?""42'v 7? 44 f 7'5- 7 "' f""f ,QA X v,L!.4-- YV' ,. ' .1 . f!yf' www ,f 1- Af ,,.. 4- I . 4-. 4 ' 7 ' I-y f I ff ff Q - E4--'I . , ff 11 I II Ii nv "' V4 ,-- I. 'iff 'j.I'.' If! V . , ' I '74-Laugh fegalcvz and ?fzafcZaZZe Scwuzga Deecfgn 14 ?aZme Plan now io have ready cash when you need ii. Face ihe fuiure confidenily . . . comforiably. We'I1 show you our plan for greaier earnings on savings with cornpleie savings. O SAVINGS INSURED TO SI0,000 O STEADY EARNINGS ICurrent Rate-32 per Annuml O READILY AVAILABLE YOUR SCHOOL SAVINGS HEADQUARTERS! NILES FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION MAIN AND THIRD STREETS PHONE 3054 1 .- 1 1 .. 1 11m---un-nu:-wx1nn' 1 1 -:nur 1uii--iiuiuiniuin--:in-:initnu-uu1u 1,m1,,.,1.i.i1,m-.,.,,....im1nu1i 1 1 1 ...M1111111111 I,-.ig NILES GLASS WORKS Phone 2668 AUTO GLASS INSTALLED CHANNELS 6' ACCESSORIES 725 NORTH FIFTH ST. FELIX TOLBERT, Prop. NILES, MICH. Compliments of -....-....-....-....-ng. HOWES MOTOR SALES IO9 N. 3rd Your DeSoto-Plymouth Dealer Compliments ot 1, 1 1 1 ,,1mi1,, L A Y M A N ' S APPLIANCES - SPORTING GOODS Phone I030 225 E. Main St. Niles, Michigan Compliments of If R O G E R ' SUPER MARKET NILES, MICHIGAN .-M-i..-,...- .... -I+ .f...-,......,. ....--------- .....-...- Congratulations to the Great Class ot '52 Laws Standard Service f ,,,,,5-as 2241 N. Sth Phone 1325 i,,....,,,1,,,,..... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,m1.m1 ,I1,,.,1mi-un1nii1nn1.m.1 1W1nn.-.,m.-im1mi1mi...m1,,,,1iin1 Phone 3418-W 24-hr. Wrecker Service An Estimate Will Convince You That JO!-lNlE'S BODY Sl-IOP Will save you money on auto body repair, paint job, or touch up work. All work guaranteed. IOHNIE RODEBUSH Yankee Heights Niles - M-60 East -.1,,,.1mi1 1 1 1i.i.1, 1 1 1,,,,1mi1 ii-nn-un1nu1im1nn-im1.nn1mi1.nn1im1iii.1rini1iiii-ii-i--nn1nin- Congratulations to Class ot '52 THE SPOR'l'SlVlAN'S CENTER Hunting and Fishing Equipment also l-lunting and Fishing Licenses IIZ S. llth St. Phone 9107 You'll Enjoy Shopping At HAR DWAR E "'TS 8 WAL P' ER no E. mm sr. PHONE :ooo - -ii- -------.------- .l.i - H 4. li- iiii - - -i..-i.-i I -vlm1mi1 1 1 1,,,,1piii1u,,1..,,1iiii- -----.-..-----.-....-.....-iq. 4...-......-..--.--..-....---.- L L l l Compliments oi 'I' I'I 0 R N 'I' 0 N l l E In Il C 'I' R I C THE MAYFAIR sworn: 210-212 North Front Womens Aware, l T Lingerie Niles, Michigan l-lose l - Phone 500 I 3 I l l 4 O P I I i i 227 E. MAIN Best Wishes To the Class of '52 I i F 11 1 Because you like nice things' -...-...-..--.-----......,...-...j. .g........-..--.---------- Niles Lciunclry cincl Cleaning LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING 4 0 P Home of PERM-A-KLEEN DRY CLEANING 4 O P Phone 1123 411 N. Second 11.111...1-..1...1-.-1,,,...nii1u..-1...11111111111 144 Compliments ot Niles Motor Sales Inc. 518 South Ilth BUICK NILES, MICHIGAN GMC TRUCKS SALES and SERVICE for All Makes of Cars Phone 3344 -M1 - 1unini-1-ui-iiii1iiu1mi-uuint:-nu-uu1m-uu1im--HQ' llnuiniiiimi 1 1k,1 ,1,,1i, ,.. ,,,,.. SCHWARZ NEWS AGENCY Detroit-Chicago-New York NEWSPAPERS lVlagazineseSmol4ers' Supplies Greeting Cards Subscriptions taken to all Magazines Wholesale Distributors 1-INSCO PHOTO FINISHING 24 Hour Service 303 E. Main Phone II33 Art Schwarz, Prop. -un- -- 1 --nn-un-iiu-uii1ini- -M1 ..... 1 1i,..1.,u1,. i..iiii1i.i..111..-111111-1 Compliments of NILES FEED COMPANY Custom Grinding Our Specialty Phone II37 37 Sycamore St ini- PENNEY'S 00? wee Qliality firstl No more doubtful valuesl That's the ulti- matum of today's wise shopper. Penney's endorses this move- ment. We put quality first because it's good common sense. Our success is built on it. And because we intend to operate for years and years to come - we've no intention now of abandoning our rigid standards. Low prices appeal to us, of course. Penney's is always searching them out and presenting them to you daily. But - ALWAYS - quality is the distinguishing factor. One hundred per cent is our ideal - and Penney values must NEVER fail to measure up to it. J. C. PENNEY CO., INC. NILES, MICHIGAN 146 Best Wishes To the Class of l952 llllES DHILU Siiillr' 1,,,,1m,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -- 1 1 1 -.n1mr 1nu1rm1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ....rm1n Compliments to The i952 Graduates S'l'EPl'lEN'S APPLIANCES I9 E. Main H84-W 1,,,,1m.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111111. li-ii? if ..n..1,1n1,11.-111111111-1 PHONE 100 S A R L E Y HEATING CO. johns Manville Approved Roofers Premier Furnace Dealers Bryant Gas Equipment ' NILES, RUYAL DRUG CD. Prescription Pharmacists Four Flags Corner Niles, Michigan MICH +1IIIi1vIlI 11-1 un-i 1uii- -- -nn -1-11 uniraia +,,1,,,,1, 111,i1111 1 1 1 l I Compliments of 31.155915 LUNQJH Winifred Swarlhoul T E coNrl:c'rloNAmr T , , Specialized School Photography 203 Main sr. Phone 9197 - .... - .-.. - -.., - .... - -.-. -------- ---. - -.-- - ---, - -.-. - . i l -nninn ---1--111111-- un-i is 1' I: 4QP Modern Engineering T - i Products Co. l j Phone 1657-R l Tool- Die Designing - Manufacturing 1315 Ferry Street Production Engineering Niles, Michigan I -ini--ni -----1-1 -- -- -- 1 -- -ini--info Qian--ilu -111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 Best Wishes and Success to the l952 Graduates llllllllllf INDUSTRIES, Illll. HDMI! BUILDERS 9l7 No. l4th St. Niles, Mich. Phone 3477 or 3-633W mlnu.-....--11 .1-..1...-111i..i1,i.i....m...ii11111111111--1 148 1.,..1 1 1 1 1 1HH1M1.m1,,,,1.m1un..r,m1m,1,.,,1. 1 1 1 1 1 4. - -....-....-....- .. -.... ---- .. - .g. mfnumv WAQGFI1. For fhe second consecufive year MERCURY with optional overdrive is a winner in the Mobilgas Economy Run! in-nm. McComb Motor Sales SALES MERCURY SERVICE Broadway ai Second Sireei, Niles, Mich. Phone 3200 6 sn vous: stone: names mums 0Z!0!M0Z0fZWhQ60 S ras: vnnn me mm svoaiuoums Your Friendly Store 4 Sycamore and Sth Phone 3360 mln -mv 111---- i1111---- I nu--nn-ml-...U 111111 1111111 4, 149 .!..-u.-..-- .-... -....- .. - -.. ---------- -------- - ---my I : It L I 2 H - I 1. 5 7 L 2 l Q i T Q H I L 5 wg I - 1 2 Q T I i T Q T l T 1 I 1 I 5. j fn' i I +,,-,,,,- ....... ..... - -...-...-....-.n..- - .. ---- ------ - ----M-'-1. 150 4. ........,. .---- -------- .. 4...-..,...,... ..----........ ..... 4. CONGRATULATIONS MICHIGAN GAS-ELECTRIC COMPANY 313 E. Main St. NILES, MICHIGAN 4QP Always Remember-lf it's done with Heat- Gas does it better. 1uu1nu- .- .- .- ... .. -. .1 1 1 1 1 .-ull-will 1nn1nn- .1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 ..- 1 1:11am-n ' Generators ' Shock Absorbers ' Bearings ' A. C. Fuel Pumps ' Johnson Car Plate ' A. P. Mufflers ' Pins Fitted R i d g e C o . 220 North Front Niles Best Wishes to the Class of 1952 Fort Slreel Welding Shop General and Portable Welding 790 Font St. Phone 3690 ,rin-I1-.111-.11111111-uni n1nn1nn1nn1nni1un--Ianniun:mix-11:11uu1nn:-nu--un--ini.1nn:nn1 THE NILES PRINTING COMPANY Student Name Cards Personal Stationery 221 N. Fourth ,A Phone 992 I-....,..l,u-...u-,1n,,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,.,.1,.,,1,,,.1...... n-.nn.-......., -. -. -. 1 .... .- lulmll lnnlnnl Phone 2430 Phone 3671 i."o"h'? B ll K E ll Y 1709 Oak St. 114 Main .1m.1,,,,1 1 .. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .. -.. .- iiuui BEST WISI-IES TO Tl-IE CLASS OF '52 Compliments of the Spansail Oil Co. Your Maraihon Dealer Office M-60 East NILES 1 1I1M1im1im1im1,1,,1,,,,1nu1uu.1,..,1,.,.1 1,,,,1,..,1., lt's mighty handy to trade at Andy's Compliments 1lNDERSON'S GROCERY 7 DAY SERVICE H33 N. Front St. 1mi1 1 11-u1nn1nn1un1nu1un1nn1 1 1 1uu.-uu1u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1im1nu1nu1nu1 1nn1un1r es' -if Complimenis of ZESTO DRIVE-IN lOth and Broadway ,P 1 1- 1 11w-mi-im--nu-nu-nu1nu-nu-nn- --nu-run-uoin 1 ...uu1un1.... .i1viii1inl1 1 1 Phone 3442 MICHIGAN SETI-I R. ATKINSON REAL ESTATE BONDS INSURANCE Niles Federal Savings Bldg. Niles, Michigan -1- ------- ----- ------------ -.-.- 4- C g t I t to the Class of '52 Bunk Milk fm Jfeazzz, M HILES HHLH DEHLERS 153 1n.i1 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1uu1n...uu1uu1nu1uii-ii TROOST BROTHERS Complete Home Furnishings Niles, Michigan Best Wishes To Class of '52 TRI-STATE TREE SERVICE SPRAYING Cr PEST CONTROL "Never too busy to be courteous" 36 N. State Phone 910 NILES, MICHIGAN Buy For A Lifetime from J. C. Morden - Realtor l6 No. 3rd St. Phone 397 Niles, Michigan 1i.u.-M1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1-in1iiii1 .i1i..1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1un1uii- JONES PHOTO SUPPLY ll3 North Third - Phone 917-W NILES, MICHIGAN ....... ---.- ---------- . ii.-iq. .g.i.......- - - ---- ------- H -'-'w- .-lm-HQ. ofum1nu 11-1--1--111 - -uI1ul- ' I 70e"ze Pecan! of 'Maul ks-A 'Wx C vx Xf m 1 x 1 ,- ' 1 .pf - ,fi fr W f' 3 l , ,sy ltr 7 l Q ' I 5 ff X K x, VVERE proud of them because of the fine progress they're making in their new telephone jobs. And you can be proud of them, too, because theylre friends of yours. We mean the girls who joined Michigan Bell after graduating from this high school last year. They're just the kind of girls We Want in our organization. This lune brings another graduation day when many girls who are now seniors will be starting a new and different life in the business world. We hope it will be with their friends here at Michigan Bell. MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY "A Friendly Place fo Work" -nu.-nu Compliments of THE COACH HOUSE Phone 3026 - 1001 Broadway 1:11-1.1 1 1 1 1 1 141:11 u..,.n..uu1 1 1 1 u1uu1 l.....m.1. 1 1 1:1...l1un1lu1qq1.,n1.,u1 1 1 ...,m1m,1 Compliments of RAY C. BIEH Roofing - Siding - Heating 6' Sheet Metal 115 CLAY PHONE 1024 nie ..1lm 1111111111111 111:-nu1 Compliments of THE FOUR FLAGS HOTEL Compliments to D a v e L o w e 11.1.11111111.-111111u1,,.1 -1- -------- -----I ------- -------- - -- -1- Complimemts of aa! mah cldaa Phone Dowagiac 6023 SISTER LAKES MICHIGAN 156 1, 1111-1111.1111 ncll - Ill? Agn-1 llll 11111111111-1- I 1-0111- l I l I . Compllmemfs of Watches - Diamonds - Jewelry 2 - Terms if desired ' ' wo Ile BABBITT 1 : Lumber and Coal Co. 4 o r ' I I f NILES BUCHANAN - -f--'- '1" - "f- - '-" --------- "f- - '-'- - IIII - 'l-- - "'- - CARL'S JEWELRY STORE - .5...- ,... ..... ,... .. .... - .,.. - .... - .... - .... .... . . - ....- l I Compliments of 4 0 P ! i The Juvnnlmn snor l "Cute TOQ5 for The Toddler" Corner of Main and Second Sf. Ready Theatre Bldg' i NILES PHONE 2822 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..n.qq. qw..n.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .- -. .. .. .. .. ..l.wn. A8cP SUPER MARKET f , 102 Second St. NILES, MICHIGAN 1 1..1m,1....1.m1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1.m1 157 ---..----I,---..-I.....I-..fg. .!...-..I...--.---......-----.-.....,- I I I I I I "TeachAIIMenThat CUSTQNI GARAGE Labor is Honorable" i i I N C . I I 'giwgx I fi,-if I I I I I ORIGINAL gggnqgvr 1 1 604 N. Second - Phone 666 I I CORP- f 2 NILES, MICHIGAN I I I I I I as 5, I I I I 1 I ENG MERSON RED Horcorviia NII.Es, MICHIGAN 1 1 H. L, WSE I I 6 . 1 1 1 1001111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1nn1n--iiiuig .i.n-uu-n- 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -III1 DROLET'S ,um an! wa pfmmw, Francis B. Drolet, PIIC, Proprietor Corner Main and Oak Srreets NILES, MICHIGAN my All Roads Lead To Our Fountain 4, 1uu--an-nu 111111 - 1111 IIu1IIII-nu-nu 1111111111111111 M1 4, 158 ,,,,,,-.,-ul-..n1.,,.1,, 1.,,.1,.-.ul-.l.1un..nn-.nn1nu-.un..nn nninniq fr ' O JI . 1 - C 1 ons and Best Wrshes ongratu ah SOUTH BEND ENGRAVING and 1 ELECTRDTYPING CO. INC. - to the Class of 1952 u1..1,n...n.-gli...-gl-...lg,.1...1..1.q1,,i,,i..1..1, .I-uni.,-,,,,,, .-q.11Ilin,1,,,,1H1...Q,.1,..1nn1uu1uu-1.1.,iui,. I 1 1 I 1 1 1 i -,.-,,-,,-,,,!, HA'rnel.n's FARM stone 1 FEEDS - SEEDS - FARM SUPPLIES 319 N, Front St - Phone 1606,,,1,,,,1. ,,,,1,,,,1,.q1,,1u -1- Ndaqaaplu 'Docs-19-.. X 5 ,Aj e,-9-fm.,v.2wN-I... efvs--oXJ-J-"'- wipwyfefwbwpsmmxg-SN VKHN' QA-...,,,A..a.S2..Qe:-ee-,d74f2'Ge j 53 7LXf-J NILES PROFESSIONAL MEN ' PI-IYSICIANS FATTIC 6' GARRETT H. D. HUFF St. joseph St. Phone 1200 126 E Main St. Phone 28 RUSSELL T. HART SCOTT MOIORE 7 South Seventh Phone 2188 107 N. Second St, Phone 1015 H. M. PRITCHARD I South Fifth St, Phone 132 HENDERSON, HERSHEY, HOLT, LANGRAF 6' STRAYER 102 N. 2nd St. Phone 2520 LAWYERS THOMIAS CAIN. JR. GEORGE S. KELLER 302 Broadway Phone 1505 114 N. 4th St. Phone 118 CASPER R. GRATHWOHL MELVIN F. RAHN Blackrnond Bldg, Phone 26 113 N. 3rd, St. Phone 105 DONAHUE Cr DREW WHITE, KLUTE 6' WHITE Sycamore G 3rd, Phone 1422 - First National BIdg, Phone 217 BURNS, HADSELL 6' MOLLISON KEITH BALL 311 E. Main St, Phone 122 315 Cedar St. Phone 1044 VETERINAWANS ' K. H. FRASER W. T. GRAHAM V2 Mile East on M-60 Phone 599 43 Ferry St, Phone 1-W-Res I-I? CI-I I ROPRACTORS MAX KASLER 520 E, Main St. Phone 1036 OSTEQPATI-IS GAIL STEINER 18 N, Fourth St. Phone 353 CI-IIROPODISTS THOMAS J. WOODFORD Van.Riper Bldg. Phone 1670 DENTISTS ROBERT G. TURNER J. M. MUNRO Ready Bldg, Phone 507-W 119 N. 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