Niles High School - Tattler Yearbook (Niles, MI)

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JUNIORS .L l V 5 iw james Vandygriff Bill Vannie David Vary Tom Villwock Jackie Virgil James Wagley Mcllodene Walls Donna Walls Linda Webster Sharon Wedel Dan Weller Sandra Westfall Sharon Wetzel Julie White Duane Wickstrom Tom Wiggins Ruth Williams Barbara Wilson i s .. .sw 'Ka X 19 s , ' f. X f Q ' , 4 N X X l . Q Q. Q 4 X RS 1 fl .Ms Vernon Wilson Jerry Wingeart S Garland Winningham Diane Wirant Sue Wise xi- 3 Donald Wiseman A. Bob Woods 'R Melvin Woodford X X Pat Wogatzke Donald Wroblewski B Ruth Ann Yaw James Young Q Orla Zimmerman Bill Batson 7 This was too cold a day for a false fire drill. ...- i' 'U E Q ,la 'Y xx so is W' 4 f ng , -V A Se ,, -N '-CS! N. KN " Nh- . xv x Q", . , E is Vswgx ia., ls xg gg T is K -l xi ,jk B 'ff . ., . 1' r X - X , X kgs Z ' 'r D B lsr X Lf, 7 96 1 is - Q, l , . X fx X s, by w g X 4 , K Xi Q X s S knit B F N Wx X , x XX "' xr A, S'i is 'K xx X 1 vm ip X s X a N 1 k , 65+ lvl as X 1 . E . 'Q is . Q Q SSW Y NO PICTURES: J S QM x N X K Q at E Bob Britton Thomas Fein Jerry Harbaugh jim Lierly Dick Olson Leonard Thompson Eugene Williams WN 3 ,X x X The class officers for this year are Carol Parmalee, Secretaryg David Miller, Presidentg Roger Hargreaves, Vice-Presidentg and Janice Free7e Treasurer. , ff fy, . s f Ar ' .. rw-1. c s 5 4 I , gd, 1 x s , I V.. 3-fs si s Q N A .3 EE xx x yRx,,s.s 171, in ii , 11 M - X A- X . :wif ,s 'X XX Xiwim 3. , M L 1 fa a, casfrfi ' 'T' Q' f f '-P Q Qi. fr: W , :rw ' -' V Y uf ,,,. B Y , s h RM. 4' so , ' K l 35 --'Q h 'VY' K V, ,ax ' iw f"' , Vi. x X X as , K A A 4 sa f- r-if J' a 4: i i BBL" ' W7 uw f 'N X r X... . A 's N A 7 , Q fr X f . 1- ' , A Q .fri X ' 2 X .R grim fr-Wai 4 'A ff 2 are f' 'f M ag s 5. DX-97' i V ' ' ,J ' X Asxix . -4. f . 5 ag -owl ,vas Q,.,,, ,y.,.f 4 1 Y. , .- S .. 'X JAM ' X' Q " ' ' ' ' A -1-.,.. if A . ,. A , , ' -"' 3. 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Y -Q ,, lv 'Z if Q G, :Q - l Q - S 'H ff- ' " ' "V i I i - xx-.., ' ,V x" is SOPHOMORES Edward Dufhcld Paul Dunnuck Karen Dutoi Arthur Drewcr Ronald Dykes Mike Eaton Phillip Eddy Tyra Frzbcrt Judy Elo Carolyn Elms Gordon Finger Erma Erickson Myrna Erickson Chris Eslabrook Sandra Everhart Thomas Ewing Pat Falvey Carole Fairchild David Farmer Dick Farrell Rich Ferguson Kenneth Ferry Bill Fickes' Gregory Finch Nancy Finley Carroll Fisher Glenn Fisher Mary Fisher Richard FiSl'ler Sandra Fleming Eugene Flint Eugene Fortier Etha Fouche Janice Freezer ' Mike Freshley Tom Freshley Alan Friend Karin Frigaard Vicky Gamache Tom Gamble Forrest Geary Barbara Geidcman Iarrell Gentry- Karen Gibbs Gloria Gillentine ,lim Gillette Beverly Gillis Rebecca Gipson Jerry Glaser SOPHOMORES Bob Gleason Audrey Goodman Benny Goodman jim Gourlay Robert Greene Ruth Griefer Pete Groote Betty Hahn Marilyn Hahn Jack Haimbaugh Jeff Hale Lanny Ham Allen Hambley David Hand - Don Hand Alice. Handley Lonnie Hansen -Luann Harger Roger Harg-reaveg Mildred Harris Jerry Hebner Bonnie Hecker Doreen Hegerfeld Loretta Hemphill ,Tulia Hendricks Melva Hendricks Flora Hermann Sherry Hess Juanita Hilligoss Gary Hintzeman Jean Hollar Willodean Homan Marcia Hoover Lois Horvath john Howen Sundeen Huff David Hullett Richard Huntman ePat Huss 'Shirley Ingleright Bob Jacobs Margaret Jaeger f V-,ri M -Hg, S Gig! sry.. Ugg? rf-:fl ' s 8: il 'W X digg I j,q"t,, C? ' U fl: l gg: M 1 , '53 v Q ,,.., f f 1 W - aff, I - " 'W a.. ' f , -- if it '5 . , f,..r 2, W, V,-, bv ga, r, I Lxfi' ,L -A ' fi -. I X H -'W YP' A , . , in it f , A y ease: fs 'A ff .T im re, ' ix r as i . f K 4 ! 4-' V, 'vi I i f sf eg, fe we-W V- , y i is M 'fa hz i wi, , s fr , ,fs A li X .- .- Q. - -X A i ' .N ml Q 'N G: QW fq- 1- 4 -ws X 1 ",':' ' G ET? ' 4 ' DQ M' .-ll. . Hhs- G if ' I A f X V ' xl! ' .Q '7 fi! N- 3 W , "' :T ,, "5 1 -af c. , J A ffl if f A . 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Jones Sue Jones Eleanor Jorgensen Judy Jorgensen Helen Juhusz Joan Juhasz, Barbara Kane Diana Kater Ken Kelly ' Larry KellV Fay Kennedy Wendy Kiger Denny Kime JoAnn Kipker Dean Kirk Carole Klein Kathleen Klindwo Julia Korp Jeanne Kozmer Ruth Kuemin Kathy Kupper Ella Labadie Larry Landeck Jim Latislaw Bob Lawson Luther Layman Susanna Lee Joe Leech Bonnie Leggett Mike Legus Dale Leiler Larry Lemke Dale Lenox Deanna Lepel Jim Lester SOPHOMORES rth SOPHOMORES Jim Lewellen Larry Lewis Joyce Lietzke Larry Linville Nancy Litty Sharon Long Kae Loos Jalayne Luckey Lynn Ludewig Harry Lydick Jessie Lynn Judy Mapes Jerry Matthews Linda McAbee Pat McCarthy Sandra Mckjonnel Bill Mclnnis Jim McKamey Martha McNeese Tom McGuire Philip Medo Don Mell Marsha Merson Carol Mihills David Miller Granville Miller Harry Miller James Miller Phillip Mills Joyce Mitchell Carol Mogle Joy Monroe Linda Montz Jack Mooney Michele Moore Sharon Morehouse Marilee Morgan Ray Morris Ted Mullett Diana Muntz Pat Murphy Charles Murray Third hour troop marched in their stiff, wooden style to "The Wooden Soldiers," for their act in the 1957 Gym Show. 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SOPHOMORES Gail Myers Peggy Nellans Doug Newbanks Dianc Nieb Barbara Njus Harry Noecker Myles Nugent John Ohl Sandra Olinger Katie Olinghouse Veronica Oliver Clarence Outlaw Doug Parker Carol Parmalee james Patterson Deanna Pederson - Sharon Perry Judith Petro Jo Anne Phillips Louella Pierson Jo Ann Porter, Karen Prenkert Oleta Preston Marilvn Purucker Jeff Putz Jerry Quick Vernon Quick Gary Raderstorf Judy Raderstorf Sandra Raderstorf Matt Rakowski Marilyn Ralston Jim Raschel Larry Reed Marlene Reid Richard Reth Ronald Reynolds Darlene Rhoads Nate Rice Hazel Richmond Robert Richter- Perry Rider SOPHOMORES Judith Riffi Sandra Ritter Rosa Rocha Judy Roehm Janis Rogers Charles Rudduck ,loan Ruel Marilvn Sallack Carole Saratore Mary Saratore Bob Scheider Alice Schoff John Schott Terry Schrumpf Tom Schick Joan Schmidt Pat Seelig Emma Shadley Beverly Shirrell Art Shivers Bettv Shuford Walter Shuford Sue Siderits Claudia Simmons Robert Simms Gwen Sipe Arrad Sisk Christine Slater Anita Smith Dale Smith Fred Smith Janice Smith Joe Smith Justin Smith Marie Smith Sandra Smith Shelley Smith Susan Smith Paulette Snelson Laura Stanage Sharon Stanafze Beverly Stedman mf f if 1 . , , tg, T' 7 1 i to P f S f A ff . , ,A Y, y Q 'cf M.. ..-' , ,A We ff' J ? , it f ff we A rr rf , " ,,,, 'A N .. is .1,' -P f S . . gag. ' tt .Q I '- ,gg ,,. w S X ii VV'1V "e"i: ' X All A honor roll students for the hrst semester this year, Lonnie Hanson. Don Hand, Pat DeWitt, and Wendy Kiger, hnd the dictionary very useful in attaining their good grades. .ts s 'IR' f 5 E r rs- me-sr A 5 'rf iz fl... .: xi K X x 1 I 'f miss v AX 1 t.tr r at - f f , t . x tttttt Aw.-...ss ' . ' 'ex' tttt S " M A rfb'-s sf t M t i r fr . Q ser fe e 1. of. 4 55 3 NX or Q. TX R. M, X www, mx f .Q t. S Dal' V f if X xx tm Q Q: . x to K xi ' - t - r-s' ex -:X . .. i .RT g s sr 'I N- . s Q X A . . X 'Q -fs.. t 'Seats I by ' Cl . .fs 4 , t xi .Z xt X 1 I 1 We Nfl' .png hm gs T.. X Y XX T-5. r sg X X ' .Q was -9 essex ,st s X " N Q... xxx N la ' 1:23 X 'C 1, W Q S NN. X ts X Yi. X x Sw A xg Ss N ,-Q QS Q X R f-, Q, ilk? 5. it 'Y' .4 -Q .. i 2 ' ,., 4 lr " 1, i .X .. , ,-, I 1 ,.:,, x.,,,y,f it KV 2 X 1 -. 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Y. ,gg 1 X sv - ia. .. 5 .ni .0 H 73 at if M .J 5,7 Q- as f ff- -f Q eff x 1 I ,, SQ 1 1 ww-Q, .ap K J ii .tv A 1. f . f fm if isl- Q, 1: ,. in A fx. 1 J' ,ge ll xl 1 A X bl K f N , S if " ' or K - 2' ti 1' WS, f 53. ll A f ' 3,5 by ' 105 Terry Stephans Dave Stephans Charlene Stewart Dennis -Stewart Bl-grl Stlckney Michael. Stoll Susan Stoll Mary Jane Stover Jerry Stults Carole Suabedissen Barb Summerfield Richard Susan Ronald Szot Linda Taliaferro Bill Taylor Carol Taylor Carole Taylor Lanny Taylor Tom Thompson Sally Thurston Mary Tolliver Judy Topolski Hugh Tracey Pat Trieber Carol True Larry Turner Alfred Unger Richard Van Patten David Vinnedge Vicky Viser James Voogd Roger Vore Katie Wade Carol Wadell f Nancy Wadsworth Jerilyn Wages Reg Wagel Mary Wagoner Bill Walsh Bill Walker Dale Wall June Wanmer Dave Ward Elizabeth Ward Hugh Wardlaw Ronald Wayson Linda Weaver Rkfihard Webb Sandra Weed Judy Weguer Kathy Weinheimer Karen Welling t. Jack Wenzel Rosie West Jeanne Wlialen Donna White Lance Whlte Judith Whitiieldt William Whitrnire Leonard Whittaker Linda Wigent Joyce Wilcut Bob Wilken 'erry Carey, Assistant Principal: Central Michigan College, . 4.4 B.A., Bowling Green University, University of Michigan, M.S.5 Head Football Coach. aul DeWitt, Director of Guidance: Western Michigan Univer- sity, B.S., Michigan State University, M.A. A fail, 6 if 4 VL V., --'QS ' H , 4 Wm. 45 ' i 1 " , 'fu Q sr ,xgwt , al t f' - nk. lf. 'ti , .A Q x wt M 49 -f 'Yg2,"' Aft, ' v Q Y' or :ff ' ,i s Q " -off LW , 935 John Kovac. Vocational Coordinator: Western Michigan Univer- sity, B.S.., University of Michigan, M.A., Director of Adult Education. Joseph Whitwarn, Director of Athletics: Joliet Junior College, University of Illinois, B.S., Columbia University, -M.A., Physical Education. 7 nv' ju-dlw-f-" ,QW Q? W if . 9 A QA .. is 'Q-gs if Z M A . .-.. Ai "1'1' L? 2 SOPHOMORES Career Day brought together interested students with the leading men in their fields. The above group discuss law with Mr. Hadsell, jr., local attorney. The lower group discuss engineering with Mr. Irvin of Kawneer. Jerry Lee Willard Terry Williams Ron Williamson Susan Willman Marcia Wilson Ronnie Wlngeart Truman Wolford Carolyn Wood Tommie Worsham Albert Young Dean Young Sue Young Dave Zehrung Roger Zehrung Lova Jo Zielinski Q, -l G7 +1 I se Dail A :X ' A'-nr: V ts . M Si - rfb M. ', . A 1 k i L.,.,:g x Q K, , by -xl . X ,- . fa! W .g X V sw X xx - A x . '-- X ' f K' N1 1 QX ' g r 11 .st X , 5' -r s f? Q 91 M I gy gk. 'xi s , X 'oggkf Q ' J 'q-' . THQ gi.x.j,,,. 1-Y 4 be A egg K , .1 X M 1, Q N J sf l - Q Q 'Q r M .X NO PICTURE Kathy Otter Lizzie Wright Willie Parm Marvine Hatcher Frank Anglin Anna Hubbard l. Vikings-Vikings Mfhose going to NVin tonight Qllepeatj FIGHT SONG Fight lor Niles High School School we love so well. Fight lor her colors, The yellow and the blue. Fight lor Niles High School Fight till victory. Fight till the game is o'er For Niles High. You got it Now keep it Don't lose it You'll need it The pep-the pep Qllepeatj Clap your hands Stamp your feet Niles High School Can't be beat fRepeatj a Beat . . . Beat'um Beat'um Beat'um Qllepeatj "7lle9o1flfzecaacl1.,we9ol'llze kdm The l957 k 8 rarsily cheerleaclers. Pictured clockwise from the top are Saran Peters, Nancy Davis, May Galhrealh, Clarence Frantz, Ioyee Scrhmicll, Kay Calhrealh. I VARSITY FOOTBALL The 1957 edition of the Niles Viking football squad from left to right: in the first row, Roger Gentry, Ted Wienke, Paul Kruggel, Charlie Curtis, jim Falvey, Ken Wagley, Bob Calvert, and Dale Johnston. Second row: Paul Bennett, Chuck Morton, Bill Robertson, Tom Villwock, Fred Quick, Dave Thompson, Duane Mfickstrom, Kent Hunziker, and Larry Van Lue. Third row: jim Young, Bob Pierce, Ron True, John May. Kent Keller, Mike Machalleck, Mike Fraser, and Bob DePoy. Fourth row: Ron Bailey, Mike Brown, jon Earl, Tom Mooneyham, jack Noble, Dick Adler, Henry Duis, and Ray McCarty. Fifth row: Ron Plomb, Ron lVingeart, Ken Kelly, Dave Hulett, Marty Hodges, Charles Ham, Verdell Gardner, and Barry Mooney. Sixth row: Terry Linville, jerry VVingeart, Bob Hasper, joe Seelig, Dave Smith. Miles Pierson, Gary Gitchell. and Gary Bridges. Hidden at the rear are Coach Terry Carey, and assistants Ed lVeede, and Pop Theus. Missing were team managers Leroy Hilligos and Ed Curtis. weqnldzefzefzqweeyollfzedleam The Niles Vikings' football team had a split season with a 4 won, 4 lost, l tied record. The victory with the largest number of points was the 3l-6 decision over Wfash. Clay on the home gridiron. This was due to good defensive plays along with an occasional strong offense. One of the most rugged games ,was against Goshen which ended with a 0-0 tie, thanks to Niles strong defense. The most unhappy outcome came in the first week of November when we lost 26-0 to Grand Haven in the Niles Homecoming game. This loss was due to a weak offense, a defensive collapse in the second half, and the best game the Bucs had played up to that time. Coach Terry Carey is looking towards a bright future because the varsity has 31 juniors and 4 sophomores while only l7 seniors are leaving. Three players, Charles Curtis, Terry Linville, and Jerry lVingeart, were voted by the coaches of the Big Four on the All-Conference squad. Won Lost Dowagiac 3 0 St. Joe 2 ' 1 Niles l 2 Buchanan 0 3 109 .X ..:XXrf-.Z--'-his X, V., ...R ,K , WM z+:.M.'X 'T -fX'i2f'X 'N -' -' " 1' f. .X - .Q gjzif.-ga!-.g,,jffx'Q X X V-.-' f ' s Q XX ' ss,-!f tif?-f',' ,wx ,mg-.I .. Q, . . .. ', .Mb - 5-LAX X'?w.caSx...A , .. . , , .1 1.4, ---, :XXXXs..eff,-- - .1 X . 511 f XX QNX .. . 4 l. ',,' A ' , H' ' 'v s -f . .X ' .. -. 1- f.X , .- .Xw Xa.. . X XX T.. x -X.. . . 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' ' I 9 I X' - X- X- - -. --XX XX XX-XXX- ,-.X-.. -CX.. ...X ., -- I :X RXXXX.. -Nw X, -X 1 .",f'- YW?-:X5X??fX--' " '- 'X X - - Q-V. . . --XXQX .XXX . A, -v ' X -,XXX X x ....:.5N"""' NPN X-ff' -.fX Av ,Q ,- -,,4. M A ...xg ,. X X. 2 - X X XXX - X X' . y Uzeqfikduyilaaneaen Niles Rushing 130 Passing 18 Punting 27 les' Gary Bridges and Goshen's Nolan Holden battle for a Goshen fumble during the final arter. Other Vikings moving in on the play are Bob Pierce f72j, jim Young QGGQ, jerry ngeart 182i , Chuck Curtis 1705, and Gary Gitchell 1225. Viking left halfback Terry Linville is buried by Benton Harbor tacklers and knocked out of bounds. Shovving Concern behind the referee in the foreground are coaches Ed 1Veede and Terry Carey. Opp. 148 42 26 Niles Opp. Dick Cody is pulled down by a defensive Dowagiac tackler as Bob Blau Q29l, and Vernon Quick 1385 stand too. far back to help. '7fzef.'U.'44!zow ' Row 1: Bill Bupp, Doug Crouch, Fred Binns, Leonard Whittaker, Phillip Adams, jerry Blood, Bill Walker, Vernon Quick. Row 2: Tom Thompson, Chuck Luke, Lanny Ham, Denny Calvert, Ray Hanback, Bill Vannie, Dave Hulett, Don Hand. Row 3: Jim Gourlay, jack Mooney, Roger Hargreaves, Tom McGuire, Denny Kime, Larry Linville, jerry Hebner. Row 4: Larry Reed, Don Albert, Dick Cody, Hugh Tracey, Tom Bround, Dean Kirk, Bob Blair. Row 5: Leroy Van Dusen, Bruce Secor, Keith Gentry, Richard Susan, Doyne Coyle, Kenny Malone, Larry Lemke. 2 E Q Q Buchanan 0 Dowagiac 0 Goshen 7 Benton Harbor 0 St. Joe 20 S. B. Riley 5 . .. 1 -Q- , ,A - Q3 2 I 4- :2 Q . 1 1 ,i,, yn The 1957 edition of the Niles cross country team are left to right kneeling Coach jim O Connor Bob Leets, Don Dodge, Dick Harger, Henry Hasse and Harry lVatson Standing john Reyniers Ralph Hetler, Mike Freshley, Ron Buchs, jim Martin Marty Liggett and Norman Gooclling Niles Opp 32 Benton Harbor 23 5th Hastings Invitational 29 S. B. Riley 28 17 S. B. John Adams 43 48 Elkhart 15 28 Benton Harbor 27 22 Kalamazoo Central 35 12th Albion Invitational 23 Holland 33 4th Class A Regional The addition of a point or two in the Riley and Benton Harbor meets would have given the N.H.S. cross country team a fair season of five and Five instead of the actual 3 out of 7 for the regular season. A respectable showing in both invitational meets at Hastings and Albion makes the prospects bright for next year. Seven seniors will be leaving including team captain Henry Hasse, but eight good boys are returning next year. 64044 y QL 41,4444 W Front row: Tom Guyott, Bob Blair, Dick Mack, Tom Hannon, Ebenezer Spencer, Duane Wickstrom. Back row: Odell Dockery, Mike Fraser. Ron Mfingeart, john Preston, Dale Johnston, Dan Hess. Won Lost Draw 95 Tom Guyott 9 2 0 Y 103 Bob Blair 7 2 1 105 Bob Wilken 1 1 0 112 Dick Mack 8 4 0 120 Tom Hannon 10 2 0 120 jack Mooney 1 0 0 127 Ebenezer Spencer 9 1 0 133 Duane Wickstrom 5 5 0 133 Don Kaminski 1 1 0 138 Dan Hess 8 2 1 138 Dave Hulett 0 1 0 145 John Preston 4 3 0 154 Odell Dockery 2 5 0 154 Dale Johnston 10 0 0 154 Paul Bennett 1 0 0 165 Roger Gentry 1 1 0 175 Ron Wingeart 8 2 1 Heavyweight-Mike Fraser 9 3 0 Heavyweight-Paul Bennett 1 1 0 Heavyweight-Marvin Sorenson 1 1 0 Heavyweight-Tom Mooneyham 0 1 0 Heavyweight-Gary Gitchell 1 3 0 azz. Niles Opponent 14 Kalamazoo Central 30 37 S. B. John Adams 9 39 S. B. Riley 13 50 Sturgis 5 18 S. B. Central 32 52 Howe Military Academy 0 51 Portage 5 40 Washington-Clay 3 51 New Carlisle 5 34 Sturgis 12 15 Battle Creek 25 25 Kalamazoo Central 19 As usual, the Niles lVrest1ing squad turned out an excellent season with a 9 won 3 lost record. For the first time in history Niles blanked an opponent with a 52-0 score against.Howe Military Academy. Toni I-Iannon and Dale Johnston highlighted scoring with 10-2 and 10-0 records, respectively. All boys contributed greatly as Kalamazoo Central, Battle Creek, and the big power ol Indiana, South Bend Central, were our only losses. DL.- f f' . war X f Q av ww7v,4Q'z'f'f .5 " N " f ,f4fCfZw' . . , ,,,Q,1y,,,c: s W' ff, i f S S: '5.,,,,... by Q I Riff T' .1 x V , .44 - L ,- , 7 'fffff 'ff 'Z' , K if, S A f 5 X ' ,rf - -:ff vw Za mn z W . X 16" M xy, x xii 1 Q A i - r . X -, T- ' ' , . . -QQ X. K' R ff 'Q , s 'F ., S 1 Q Q S an--Q 57' . s is.. ' f .gg I as N if f xi in 1 3. .1 X JOHN E. ALLEMAN-Michigan State University, B.M., Band, Orchestra, Director of Instrumental lVIusic. BILL ALLEN-Indiana University, B.S., English. MARGARET ALLIS-Moorehead State College, B.S.g Typing. HUGH H. ANDERSON-Western Michigan Uni- versity, B.A., M.A.g English. GEORGE F. BASKER-Purdue University, B.P.E.g Drivers Education, Health 81 Safety. LEMOINE BOGUE-Western Michigan University, A.B., American History. BERYLLE CLEVERING-Western Michigan, Saint Mary's College, National University of Mexico, Art. MARGARET COUSINS-Michigan State Univer- sity, B.S.g Homernaking. WILLIS DUNHAM-Western Michigan University, B.A. Colorado State, M.A.,D1'aftmS IRVING L. ELDRED-Western Michigan University, B.S., University of Michigan, A. Shop ffm? fvefmafa Jfzaw Front row: jerry Wingeart, Bob Humbarger, Ken Wagley, Ocie Mitchell, Terry Linville, Roger Hargreaves, Ray McCarty. Back row: Dick Adler, Tom Haley, Chuck Morton, Bob Leets, Bob Anderson, Mike Freshley, Norman Frucci, Coach Turnock, Assistant Coach Bender. Niles OPP 34 Grand Haven 44 55 Dowagiac 43 S. B. Vfashington 42 St. joseph 49 Grand Haven 42 Holland 39 Muskegon 45 Muskegon Hts. 56 Buchanan 35 S. B. Riley 45 Benton Harbor 44 Dowagiac 43 St. joseph 56 Buchanan Qovertimej 29 Benton Harbor St. joseph Niles Dowagiac Buchanan 116 Won Lost 6 - 0 3 - 3 2 - 4 1 - 5 . . . ef f-.-Am Bob Leets fires a jump shot from front court against St. joseph. The 1957-58 varsity improved upon the record of last year. In the Big Four Conference Niles split the season three wins and three losses. The most thrilling game of the season probably was the overtime victory over Dowagiac. Although the Vikings suffered a losing season, the future looks bright with most of this year's team re- turning. Out of the starting five Captain Nor- man Frucei maintained the highest scoring and rebounding average. Ocie Mitchell drives in to score in final home game with Buchanan. 0 Y Q X If .lf -M-M lllfb X if I x. f.W.'4 ' aa ' ' gem. gs. A-al Front row: Larry Lernke, Doug Parker, Larry Linville, Bill Burge, Nate Rice, Truman Wolford, Kenneth Kelly. Back row: Don Hand, Vernon Quick, Gene Flint, Don Albert, Dave Miller, Roger Hargreaves. Dick Cody, Coach Don Bender. The Niles Junior Varsity Basketball Team turned out a considerably better record than the Varsity as they had an 8 won, 7 lost season. The most points scored in one game for either J.V. or Varsity was Don Albert with 27 points against St. Joseph. Niles OPP- 47 Grand Haven 24 33 Dowagiac 29 23 S. B. Yllashington 32 48 St. Joseph 38 24 Grand Haven 29 40 Holland 47 51 Muskegon 42 37 Muskegon Hts. 40 47 Buchanan 31 33 S. B. 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Seventh MU 3-8450 307 Sycamore MU 3-0343 Fred Henderson 703 E. Main MU 3-5820 DENTISTS Edward Martin E. R. Ruthsatz l5 N. Fifth MU 3-646l l09 S. St. Joe MU 3-6565 W. F. Martin J. M. Munro l5 N. Fifth MU 3-9205 306 E. Main MU 3-5480 W. J. Cunningham James Cross Friday Building MU 3-7l7l Masonic Temple MU 3-l077 Robert Turner R. J. Kulis Ready Theatre Bldg. MU 3-6l l6 Van Riper Bldg. MU 3-8467 Paul Leonard Clifford Shugars 72l E. Main MU 3-5727 l8 N. Fourth MU 3-0050 William Kasler Thayer Building MU 3-3588 OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS 8. SURGEONS Gail Steiner Alton A. Hinks 18 N. Fourth MU 3-4455 l02 N. Fourth MU 3-8050 D. L. Dill Van Riper Building MU 3-7022 VETERINARIAN K. H. Fraser 2204 Yankee MU 3-65l l sw:-.L.a-:sL.:.e,L.:,L:psa,L::a-f 125 GEORGE FLORA-DePaul University, B.M., North- western University, M.M., Columbia University, University of Michigan, Director of Vocal Music. RUSSELL GEBBY-Western Michigan University, B.S., Colorado A. and M., M.A., Machine Shop, Head of Industrial Arts Department. ESTHER HANDLEY-Morningside College, Iowa State Teachers College, B.A., Michigan State Uni- versity, Office Training, Clerical Practice, Salesman- ship, Advanced Typing. JAMES M. HAUSMAN-Western Michigan Uni- versity, B.A., University of Michigan, M.A., English. GUSTOV C. HINRICH--University of Cincinnati, Texas Christian University, Nebraska State, A.B., Mathematics, Drivers Training. DOROTHY B. HOYT-University of Michigan, A.B., Syracuse University, B.S., Librarian. HARRY JANKOVIAK-Western Michigan Uni- versity, B.S., Central Michigan College, University of Michigan, M.A., Blueprint Reading, Advanced Shop Woodwork. GALE JURGENSEN-Western Michigan Univer- sity, B.S., University of Michigan, M.A., Clerical Practice, Forkner Shorthand, Head of Business Edu- cation Department. PAULINE KLOPFENSTEIN-George Washington University, Northwestern University, B.S., English. MARY JANE KOVAC-Western Michigan .Univer- sity, B.S., Advanced Typing, Beginning Typing. W , W g r.gMf.fp f-W, ff ' 'iv W s ,Q , ,,f,4,',i,Q's f ,, f Qihxifim Wwyly. 2 me- Q. ,V 2 , ,Q flgifff-ri, sin 5 2 4,5 42: f ' WJ ' ,i ' ,, Graduale School of Service This Telephone Building in Niles, lilce all The olhers across The counlry. slands as a symbol of service To The communiiy and io lhe nalion. For high school men and women, il is a Hgraduale school" well worlh considering. For lhe Telephone business never slands slill. I+ lakes good people io provide good Jrelephone service, and lhey are con- slanlly moving ahead, finding new ways for even beiler, lasler means of communicalion. Learning never ceases. From high school To career is an easy, nalural slep when Jrhal career is wilh 'rhe Telephone company. We'll be glad lo discuss opporiunilies wilh you al any lime. 3I7 Nor'rh Third M!CHlGAN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY 126 TI-IE I-III.Iss PRINTING CO,,,,,,i,,,e,,,S of COMPANY Student Name Cords The Veni sweet shop Personal Stationery Home-Mode Candy and Ice Cream 221 N. Fourth MU 3-0313 228 E. Main-Phone Mu 3-9804 Compliments of PHONE MU 3-4910 2414 North Fifth Street 408 S. Hth St. Niles, Michigan MU 3-O626 Niles, Michigan Open Thurs. SI Fri, Eve. RozeIIo's Beauty Clinic iformerly MaBELLES'i Complete Beauty Service l six Expert opemfofs I LOAN COMPANY 27 North Second Stxeet 528 No. 4th MU 3-5505 Compliments of BEST OF LUCK . . . 0, J, STEINER EARL A. NOBLE, Inc. PLUMBING 81 HEATING CO. 209 c d s 4 . , e " " PLUMBING SUPPLIES Niles, Michigan 4 Q D YOUR PGNTIAC DEALER FoR zo YEARS ' Phone MU 3-9510 215 N. Ninth St. 127 CONGRATULATIONS 1 NILES HOME OWNED PH H m H I-EE S DEPARTMENT STORE 219 E MAIN Phone MU 3 1300 WILLIAMS SUPPLY COMPANY MILLWORK - LUMBER - PAINT AND HARDWARE - BUILDING MATERIALS PLUMBING - HEATING - LIGHTING ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Phone Mu 3-2700 NILES MICHIGAN 128 Congratulations and Best Wishes for Success Fort Street Welding Shop 4 0 r Ceneral and Portable Welding Lee Dennis Briggs Company 790 Fort sf. Phone Mu 3-7711 Used Cars PIFER FUNERAL HOME nm , , oosr Bnos. 4 Q b SKYWAY and HIGHWAY AMBULANCE SERVICE 4 Q B- E. Miill Phgne 129 i Complete Horne Furnishings NILES, MICHIGAN THE WHISTLE STOP CAFE Open 24 Hours A Day 412 Wayne Street Phone: MU 3-9809 BEST WISHES FOR YOUR HAPPINESS and SUCCESS FRENCH PAPER COMPANY Established 1871 NILES - - -- MICHIGAN 130 OUR COMPLIMENTS TO THE GRADUATES Asphalt Roofs Shingle Roofs LONG'S FLOWERS AND GIFTS l628 Broadway Phone MU 3-5454 1438 oak MU 3-9I78 2 Full Floors of Quality Merchandise Watches - Diamonds - Jewelry Terms if desired ' GIFTS THAT LAST 4 Q v IIILES CARL'S JEWELRY STORE MAIN FLOOR 0 Gifts and Greeting Cards O Toys and Games 0 Social Stationery 4 9 V LOWER LEVEL O Hobbies and Books and Trains . School and Office Supplies Corner of Main and Second St. 0 Leather Goods - 0 Office Furniture 131 I29O on your rodio diol MUSIC - NEWS - SPORTS From 6:00 o.m. To Sunset 416 Sycamore St. MU 3-5432 Niles, Mich SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 'QA Q I -1' w ,, bf ' "sleek" 111 Ng Qnda sn NILES Mu 3-5400 132 Compliments of EASTON'S GROCERY 515 NORTH FIFTH Open 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Q Generators O Shock Absorbers Q Bearings O Airtex Fuel Pumps 0 Johnson Car Plates O A. P. Mufflers O Pins Fitted RIDGE CO. 1105 Hickory Mu 3-0555 Compliments ot A. A. MAUER, Inc. Domes and PLYMOUTH 301 South Eleventh MU 3-6610 Niles, Mich. BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1958 OSCAR J. CLUBB COLGROVE BUICK, INC. Buick Opel Triumph FuIIer's Farm Store 319 NORTH FRONT STREET Telephone: MU 3-7088 Niles Michigan Klinger's Frozen Food Mart MU 3-1414 THE HOME OF CHOICE MEATS PROCESSING and STORAGE 1111 Oak Street Niles, Mich. FICKES FOTO Headquarters For PHOTO SUPPLIES PHOTOFINISHING EXPERTS 211 North Second MU 3-1070 OUR BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1958 Kretchman Sheet Metal 23 North Second Street Niles Worth Dreaming About' THE FORD IN YOUR FUTURE Proved and approved around the world - - the 1958 Ford. See Joe Hayden for young Arnerica,s favorite car! 7- 4.-: 7":5, 5 S -:At-. ' 'H :-,. :c-:-: :-:-: :-:-' . , ':5:! .5:5:5. 5:1:5: 5 ' 423' fiff, 425 ' ' .... ""i"'Sz:s.: Rx . A M' uuoa Em . if -uf ni i - -rv 'A l- 1 :-415' " X s...,.,,:.5,..:,, fi j Q83 Y Vg-azlfllffgffg in-A - -X Q l . -em ' ,Q I LF" A 'FF ,G .-:SEQ A -. Q ' -7 ' ,:7:i:51f5:' . '5 ---' f:-.-:- -.-. .,.-,- :5:i:If2:I-.. "':55f3fE5f233:' .,.. K":5fEff255t JUE HHUDEH ' FUHD 117 SYCAMORE - NILES 134 Buy For A Lifetime from J. C. Morden - Realtor Raymond G. Spoerl-Salesman I6 No. 3rd. St. MU 3-37I0 NILES, MICHIGAN Mutual Drug Store Austin Snyder, Prop. Prescription Specialist 1701 Oak Phone MU 3-2970 Compliments of DIXIE SPORTS LAND DRIVING RANGE MINIATURE GOLF BASEBALL PITCHING MACHINE A R C H E R Y Highway US-31 South NILES MICHIGAN Our Compliments io llfie Graduates THE MAYFAIR SHGPPE Junior, Misses, and Women's Apparel phone MU 39050 227 E. Main S+. fi, .ff 0 , ,A1, , ,wx ,Q f ,ff 5 l , 335 , . 1. 'lv lj ' f , ,.....f . , .':,girf, fi., X, 1. Q., H jgyasaa .N 3? .fa , ,A ,M lv - ,L .,,. is Q , gs i 5 f ,gs -,xr , gfg ssif i , .. -f' -3. ,L,f.,..s-' .i ,bv r 1' g ' , :iw . . 1 N, , . .,,K,.,,.,,.,.. famrss , V . , 3 HOWARD KREHBIEL-Bluffton College, B.S., University of Chicago, Michigan State University, M.S.5 Mathematics, Senior Class Counselor. RALPH S. LEHMAN-University of Michigan, A.B., M.A.g Physics, Chemistry, Head of Science Department. LENA LEITER-Western Michigan University, A.B., University of Michigan, M.A.g Bookkeeping. WILLIAM E. MATHEWS-University of Michigan, A.B., Northwestern University, Commercial Law, Government. LOWELL W. MCMILLEN-Western Michigan Uni- versity, Michigan State University, B.S.5 Agriculture, Farm Shop. CLARENCE E. MOORE-Alma College, A.B., University of Michigan, M.A.5 English. Librarian Dorothy Hoyt shows Adrian Nieboer an interesting article in last nighfg paper, XX 4 - 9.1 '3 il L V--. . 'lu 'PJ ' A suwxwx V' '- Congratulations to the Class of 1958 GlENN'S GLASS SHOP Glenn Lesniak, Proprietor 2305 North Fifth on M-40 North Phone: MU 3-6090 Niles, Michigo 136 Compliments of Tip-to-Toe Beaute ECONOMY Solon DRUG STORE Mr. ond Mrs. Vivian Zoseck, Prop. 4 . , PERMANENT5 201 MAIN sr. Nluas, MICH. All lines of beauty work 225 N. 4th sr. Phone Mu 3-zzas CUSTOM GARAGE, Inc. Eng Merson - H. L. Wise BODY AND FENDER SPECIALISTS MU 3-8700 604 N. Second Niles Wieland Bros. Bowling 8: Snack Bar 517 N. 2nd Street NILES, MICHIGAN Compliments of THE FOUR FLAGS Repair Service Plumbing Fixtures Gene Grathw0hl's 325- 5 Plumbing and Heating Ci Q ' X , JI Electric and Gas Water Heaters X Disposal Units-Water Pumps Elgin Water Softeners PHONE: MU 3-7180 434 S. St. Joseph Ave. I Niles, Michigan NEIL MOTOR SALES, INC. NEIL F. DNFRYTCIN Pnzsioznr GUARANTEED USED CARS AT LOWER PRICES You'Il Enjoy Shopping I2D3 5.11701 STREET Clrr. Pi-inn: MU 3-5161 NILES, MICHIGAN PAINT! 6 WALLPAPER AT CONTOIS YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME de Zeng few a FASCINATING FASHICNS 205 E. MAIN-NILES, MICHIGAN THE JUVENILE SHOP 1- "CUTE TOGS FOR THE TODDLER" BOYS-GIRLS-SIZES I +04 "FIRST DAY TO FIRST DATE" XX Smeg Tor The Young M155 InTanT TI1ru SIZG I4 PERSONALIZED LAYETTES Any - or an - Hems for YOUR new baby. A wide seIec:Tion OT maTeriaIs and sTyIes. OUR OWN "I-Iome Trom The I1ospITaI" Iaye++e Includes JUST The ITems Tor This Trip. 2 I 5 E. Main ST. Phone MU 3-009I 138 THORNTON ELECTRIC I340 East Main Niles, Michigan SCHMIDT PACKING COMPANY " f-Q-..4'?'9N Phone MU 3-4300 4QP Best Wishes to the Class NILES MICHIGAN of 1957 Compliments of wayne acfunzber Company, jnc NILES AUTOMOTIVE Lumber - Building Supplies - Coal SUPPLY Paints and Hardware 4 Q P NILES, MICHIGAN 312 N. Front Sf. MU 3-5750 Mufuql 3-8520 'an WAYNE STREET I ill HE , U! J , , 'X Q, -5 Y 1 I I I . li 1 I : ! I 1-Mhglmmu Heating Company, Inc. 17 MAIN STREET, NILES, MICHIGAN - Phone Mu 3-2177 139 MALONE INDUSTRIES, INC. F R A N K Y ' S 3-1474 Niles, Michig OVER A CENTURY OF SERVICE Dean 'a DRUG STORE SINCE 1839 126 E- MAIN Phone u 3-2919 M PARIS CANDY CHAS. W. GARNS, Prop. MICHIGAN BOX and CRATE INC. CompIImer1Is of G 84 M APPLIANCES "Niles I.arqesIAppiar1ce Dealer" 4 . F Wood ond Plywood Boxes Pallets-Wood Specialties 49p U- S- 3' aI BSI' Road Phone Mu 3-2720 P. o. an 131 Phone MU 3-2377 1220 N. 13111 sf. NILES, MICHIGAN 141 l46x Dov-laemv. ' Berrien Cen ' 3l . 5 as 1 , . Bev n awwls 'P idiom Cassopohs 'Bu l1 DQ!! Nnes W Edu-Ia dsburg 3 Q len i ES EL A p A ' -...- .... - ..., --- --?ifE??11---.- ...-.,..,,..--,.. I Here's The Area To Grow With . . Here's The Bank To Grow With When a person finds a land with thriving industries, prosperous farmers, modern businesses, natural beauty and recreations and pro- gressive people who can look ahead, he should settle there. When he finds himself already in such a land, he should stay there because that land will prosper and he will prosper with it. That's why people who come to live with us in Southwestern Michigan are usually happy to be here. For we have such a land. People living in a prosperous, progressive area need a bank to match. . .one they can grow with. . .one with young ideas and old fashioned strength. In southern Berrien and Cass counties, that bank is The First National Bank of Niles. It's the largest bank, the growing- est bank, the bank with ideas to match the area it serves. You live in the area to grow with. . .bank with a gr-owing bank! +....a... ..., .,.., 1 1:w,:m1:w FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NILES 3- nn TJ 5.141 Q.: .thin . hm fs, 11 l L s s an 1 c si 1 es A. we . Ill -:hliI i il'i Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 142 NILES GLASS WORKS P5006 MU 3-4464 AUTO CLASS INSTALLED CHANNELS Sz ACCESSORIES 725 NORTH FIFTH ST. FELIX TOLBERT, Prop. NILES, MICH. Compliments ot Babcock Motor Servioe 'I3OI East Main Street Niles Michigan Compliments ot AVALON MARKET llzormerly Cousins Marlcetl 268I Lake Shore Drive Phone MU 3-556I Niles, Michigan MICHIANA PLYWOOD and LUMBER CO. Complete Line Building Materials Eber Stringham, Owner 3034 So. 3rd St. Ph. MU 3-2042 Compliments ot KRUEGER ELECTRIC I4l0 Sycamore Ph. MU 3-2486 WESTERN TIRE AUTO STORE "Everything for Home and Car" Frank Stone, Prop. 120 Eleventh St. Niles, Mich. Garden City Cleaners Sta-Nu Cleaning T027 Wayne Phone MU 3-4500 Compliments of Credit Bureau of Niles, Inc. 311 :AST MAIN Phpne MU 3-6800 The Hoa? fha? won Grand Prize in A BRIGHTER NILES PARADE EAST MAIN GARDENS E M S+. Pho MU 3 sooo Best Wishes to the Class of 1958 NILES DAILY STAR Compliments of More For Your Dollar Whitcomb Fuel Co. MDREY HARDWARE COAL - STOKERS 217 E. Main St. 507 Www St- Phone Mu 3-4188 Modineer Company Tool - Die Designing - Manufacturing Production Engineering Compliments of RAY C. BIEK Roofing - Siding - Heating si Sheet Metal 4 0 v 715 CLAY MU 3-4888 NILES WASTE PAPER COMPANY I A' Q' NILES, MICHIGAN PAPER MILL SUPPLIES VFW-YT IRGN X- -f "Pi f h- - 1 Pa' . ., P ' ,n a ilz ' 853 N. Front I MU 3-2510 "1 ' mul, .ILitlllMlLfi.IIIIIIIIIIIMIILIIIIIIIIIIRILIIIIQer A A :E+il"'7 A Mx" :S-cl Compliments of STANDARD OIL co. L. C, HARRISON, Resident Agent JUDITH MOORE-Beloit College, B.A., University 'A of Wisconsin, University of Notre Dame, Latin. 'F ,gh - CHARLOTTE L. MCSKAL-Michigan State Uni- versity, B.A., University of Michigan, Western Michi- gan University, American History, Spanish. LOWENA MURPHY-Michigan State University B.S., Homemaking, Head of Homemaking Depart- Q- X I'I1CI'1lI. ADRIAN NIEBOER-Western Michigan University, A.B., Michigan State University, Columbia Univer sity, A.B., University of Michigan, Government, Eco nomics, American Problems. MARGARET PARROTT-Western Michigan Uni- versity, B.S., University of Michigan, MA., Gym and Hygiene. HARRY PILARSKI-Purdue University, B.S., Biol- ogy, Conservation. YN-ywx 'c"""' Faculty members also assume such after school duties as ticket taking. At the oment Paul DeWitt assists Clarence Moore. D AA- M IT1 mm ,me ,gm ,ffmzza NILES MILK DEALERS ASSOCIATICN ,B ,Rx I V Lf: ll lj' ,H if l - 5"e'w1h l mw- M ., .-N.,,,. -'L ,!..'r4 -" Qf,ig-3, xg gif ' B . J- i, L5 , , , ,t1Wv,W .V W in ' ' ' +4 5 tt 'V sq 1 - ..:' ' 'K 1 '-Q ' ,:. "f.3 .."" 'i'i if 'EAW' 'fi' 4 ' 'N "" Q. we -ep. " 5324 " ,. 4. lic: .E . 4. , x , M .5 .... . X' . V dk 554 ll V , ' ,gi it Qf""i'l-"' n W Jw.-.f A 5... . 1, XXX. .Mem M ' A - .r:r4::'su1-ff ,, 'J 1. ,. .-,, Y ,W ,T . F- LV. ,LM wavy - H ...N ,,-vu-U-H . , V , Q, I ,--'37-6,.,IIT 'Wiwbvi-...A4-...L A COQLGROVE BUICK, INC. Soles ond Service for oll Mokes of Cors Complete Body ond Glass Service 518 South Eleventh MU 3-7520 FALVEYS We feoture clothing thot is well liked by students ond young people 213 East Main St. Phone MU 3-5088 147 GWWI FOR MEN A D BOYS Main at Second - Niles Way QUALITY yer Building MU 3-2616 Niles, Michig 148 WITH BEST WISHES the little shop Latest Fiction Best of the Classics Interesting Gifts Greeting Cards Grathwohl's Little Plumber For 36 years f TO 'TREAT YOU EIGHT AND FORESTALL TROUBLE, we have stood Wg CHECK A JQQ, , THEN CHECK lTDOUBl.E behind our work . . . Y Our satisfied Y - 'L customers - . ,,-' , J: V' I. ' 'v . L -:-1-,. 1 .- .1 tell the - "'f- " ' - story. St roner GRATHWOHL a I Y Plumbing and Heating 305 E. MAIN ST. MU 3-5666 213 NORTH THIRD MU 3-6677 Compliments of WHITE'S BOWLING LANES Phone MU 3-8484 NILES, MICHIGAN SKATE- A - RAMA Admission 50c Rental Skates 35c No Levis or Jeans Allowed Skating 7:30 to 10:30 Wed., Fri., Sat. Sunday 2:30 to 5:00 p.m. and 7:30 to 10:30 Mon., Tues., Thur. PRIVATE PARTIES 530 South Eleventh St. On US-3'l 1010 l'lU'1fleY Rd- Phone: MU 3-2359 Niles, Michigan Our 44th Business Year! "Get the Babbitt Habit" W. L. BABBITT LUMBER 81 COAL Congratulations! Dalberg 0lds - Cadillac Niles AUTHORIZED SALES BUCHANAN LUMBER s. COAL AND ssnvice Buchanan 1250 s. Eleventh si. Mu 3-6030 'iii 014223 c'ut.nAt: nnuas I . flL5l1z??Valuz ifllfingl LE 103 E. Main Niles To The Graduates: Congratulations and Best Wishes for a Bright Future from TONY PALENCHAR'S A-P Electrical Service i9 East Main St. Phone: MU 3-8555 Compliments of Gibson's Lumber and Coal PHONE: MU 3-1025 322 Bertrand Road at Railroad Tracks Compliments of TONY'S MARKET, Inc. 145i Lake Street GROCERIES AND MEATS Seven Day Service Archery for the Whole Family IVANHOE ARCHERY TACKEL AL RAMSAY 2033 Lewis Drive Phone: MU 3-0958 Niles, Michigan M. J. HUNZIKER 81 SONS NURSERYMEN LANDSCAPE Yankee St. Niles. Midi- ' QW? PRINTED PATTERNS Complimenfs of Your NILES A a P SUPER MARKET CONGRATULATIONS WE WISH YOU EVERY SUCCESS IN YOUR LlFE'S WORK DAVIS DISTRIBUTORS, INC. NILES. MICHIGAN PRODUCTS FOR AMERICA'S BETTER MOBILE HOMES 152 As a leading producer of aluminum products for the building industry, Kawneer offers a wide range of interesting and challenging employment opportunities. Stimulating and worthwhile iobs are available in our Architectural Products plant here in Niles. Visit us soon to discuss how you can develop a skilled trade or position with the Kawneer Company. I Other plants in: Berkeley, California Lexington and Cynthiana, Kentucky Toronto, Ontario, Canada St. Charles, Illinois Kawnee EXECUTIVE OFFICES, NILES, MICHIGAN ' ARCHITECTURAL METAL PRODUCTS 153 Dawn Fnesug 'A Real Man? 0135! ASTLE ' JE WELR Y Dawn Fresh Mushrooms are grown and packed by MICHIGAN MUSHROOM COMPANY 301 East Main Street MUtual 3-7211 Compliments of HERB GERTH CHEVROLET, INC. " .rw " 550 South Eleventh P5000 MU 3-1710 LELAND P. FUNK 4 . P THE FUNK AGENCY "Sure Insurance" AI! forms of Insurance cmd Bonds 4 Q P LELAND R. FUNK WEST'S VARIETY STORE WE GOT IT ! I If you can't find it, try us . . . we got it! Highway US-31 South GARDEN CITY FAN COMPANY Manufacturers since 1879 Mode in Niles, Michigan and shipped through ut the World Garden City Fans U 155 I W N . ,fl 9 'f, A WILLIAM POTTS-Western Michigan University, B.S., University of Michigan, M.A., Geometry, Junior Class Counselor, Study Hall Teacher. ,, ,mf , Ga, ff W, :viifq f JZ X .1 Z 6 X X W 1' ,K XKXXQX Sa Q A I f M 'H ov - 232. - -sw sf JANE RIZOR-University of Kentucky, B.A., Phys- ical Education. if L ki? a i 'R Q JOHN SCHWAN-University of Toledo, B.E., Western Michigan University, M.A., University of N Michigan, Biology. RUSSELL SEVERE-Illinois state Normal, Bs., M.S.: English, TATTLER Literary Adviser. it NEAL V. s1NGLEs-Albion College, AB., Govern- ment, American History. V .,1s A , , W Second semester student teachers included Jim Shoote and Barbara Klewicki. 3 2 g 5 X 3 5 Q i I 1 .s...l j if l l t if 2 . K i I s 5 , I 'M' L5 I ,.,,...s L I , 5 g 1 M J J www .WSW THOMAS DRIVE-IN "For Refreshmenlfs Sake" -..Q'N' f SUCCESS Congratulations A 8a W GARAGE PHONE Mu 3-6977 Niles Outdoor Theatre 1216 Wayne Niles, Michigan CONGRATULATIONS MICHIGAN GAS-ELECTRIC COMPANY 313 E. Main St. NILES, MICHIGAN 4QP Alwoys Remember, if it's done with Heat-C-Os does it Better Compliments of NILES ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE AGENTS THE FUNK AGENCY E. H. "BucI" Rifenburg Micars and Micirs Lloyd H. Krueger Agency Gordon R. Ferguson Richter Agency, Inc. Jack Schick Agency NWS "YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENTS SERVE YOU FlRST" 157 THE NILES LUMBER COMPANY Lumber-Cool-Builders Supplies 314 Front Street MU 3-1530 Niles Best Wishes to the Closs of"58" YOUR FRIENDLY STORE ggoafow Jamey 0,466 ' HFT:H:NZYifuMjT:3o0 158 Complimenls of McCOMB MOTOR SALES "Mercury" ls N- Second S+"ee1' 1401 S. Elevenflw S+. Phone MU 3-H12 Phone Mu 3-7690 UI lk m c E E o i UI o Z UD N wa- i I- 2 Iul-I 'D as .J I k Q 0 Z M ua 2 10 L: : n. lo Q I : .9 V' L 2 o 3 o 9 '5 D- sn Compliments of REYN0lD'S HARDWARE 209 East Main PHONE MU 3-5115 EAST SIDE HARDWARE 17'I'I Oak PHONE MU 3-2692 WINIFRED SWARTHOUT Specialized School Photog rophy 611 Topinabee Road Niles, Michig To the members of the 1958 Niles High School graduating class we extend - our hearty congratulations! You not only have the good fortune to graduate from the portals of a modern new high school, but you have earned confidence through your scholastic accomplishments and good citizenship. It is our sincere wish that you maintain the fine spirit and determination you have demonstrated. We are proud to have you as members of a progressive community and,as an employer, welcome your interest and association in the future. TYLER REFRIGERATION CORPORATION 160 aagzatafaldaae aaa af I 958' MONTGOMERY WARD WZO?Z, Elmer Easton, Proprietor Schwinn Bikes - Locksmith - Keys ond Locks Repoired Whizzer and Cushman Motors - Evinrude Outboord Motors Lownrnower Soles ond Service Full Line of Parts and Accessories Pick-up and delivery - CALL US If it con be done . . . We con do it Niles, Michigan I3 East Main Street Phone: MU 3-7380 161 NATIONAL - STANDARD COMPANY I907- 1958 PLANTS DIVISIONS Niles' Michigan Aihenia S+eel Division, Cliffon, N. J. Akron' QI-no Reynolds Wire Divison, Dixon, Ill. Guelph' Qnfa,-go Wagner Lifho Machinery Div., Secaucus, N. J. Kidderrninsfe,-I England Worcesfer Wire Works, Worcesier, Mass Los Angeles, California . 162 RowIey's FAMILY SHOE STORE Niles. Michigan Congraiulaiions Io Ihe Graduaiing Class ' KIGER - HALBRITTER Funeral I-Iome AIR ancI AUTO AMBULANCE SERVICE NiIes, Michigan Ph. MU 3-3000 TRIMMING SPRAYING f' iz ., "' Fora FINE Fooos J X? sHoP AT NILES SUPER MART 938 S. EIeven+h Ph. MU 3-756I K Best Wishes to the Class o Tree Work Without Guess Work TRI-STATE TREE SERVICE 2429 North Fifth Street Phone MU 3-6941 NILES, MICHIGAN REMOVAL ,-l Q ,fi I if In ,M """I5lf?Qg.,W , ' ' , , "f-MJ I NYS ' I 2' I gawk I I ...M 4 , X .,.. ,Hu ' f "f- xiiMI3f3'M',,f1Iif'Z1,,, ' V' I j ' ' . . I -f----...-.,,, gg sf.-gif-1 ,ifzmff?3r, U I ,fig-f. ,V 5 I Pe'rey's away ai coIIege, bui he says: "Be SURE and Buy your Flowers ar FISHER FLORAL." FISHER FLCDRAL Phone MU 3-0500 2457 Yankee Sfreef CONGRATULATIONS CONGRATUI-A-I-IGNS To fhe Class of T958 MAU ASSOCIATES 404 Cedar Street Phone MU 3-7650 NILES, MICHIGAN S P I N -IT Record Shop Bruno and Edith Frucci Proprietors O MU 3-4221 406 E. Main SI. Niles Czar LORK BAKERIES I I4 E Main S+ . reef l709 Oak Sfreef E Phone MU 3-i484 Phone MU 3-7323 LEADS THE PARADE Niles, Michigan ART MOULD, Broker Real Esrare 8: lnsura HCS ALVIN E. SMITH-Huntington College, B.S., Indi- ana University, M.S.g World History, American History, Government. KENNETH VANDERMEULIN-Western Michi- gan University, B.A., University of Michigan, B.A., English, Communications, Head of English Depart- ment. LELAND S. WALKER-Kalamazoo College, A.B., Notre Dame University, M.A., University of Michi- gan, University of Illinois, Western Michigan Uni- versity, Mathematics, TATTLER Business Adviser. EDWARD WEEDE-Central Michigan College, B.S.5 Physical Education. 'Jw gg. M - v' . JZ . 1 .sw-,f , A Gs , R ' f - , , S , ,, ,,,,, ,, , X, ,,,, 1 , j ,tx i' ' if ' 5 ,, .L Arl, , I V H H... A if T f M 5 1 j ff V, if 3, V.: f ' v, t . h r- ff , ,f I I, ' .l-- 1, , -.lf VX 'Q ,:,,7.,,,', ,.1f I za fi' " 4 -use . + - im' a, -fr Q- . yf if J . if ' 2 1 I . 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'1 sfiaffwff25fFfk5??55???Siiifihiffi23P!5i211ifEf5fIf5551f:i5?s5?f5i5?5i1'S1f3511f1i51 ?S?? 1 f?f4Efz 1 '. f' ' u x- n v .-4 'lL..'. ...,xx...: nu -1.-:UL u 1115-1. ,51HAn!H '55, .::' .u,!.':. 'af' ':'.w':" 'fx mm fu mum ui' 'J-.C'1': 1.1-Zi, f- -'C-1uh-I?'- Carl Hallenius applies the lin- ishing touches to the make-up of a cast member. Mr. Hallenius loved the fields and X woods of Gaylord, Michigan. W' 1:3 'MQW f 1 ff FS. gs .1 X . CARL HALLENIUS The following students tribute in memorium appeared in the NEW MOON: Carl Hallenius was a man who taught English, a man who devoted his whole life to teaching. He never married, he lived alone in his apartment on Cedar Street. Here was a quiet man who won a bronze star for bravery during World War II. Here was a well-read, well-dressed man who built tourist cabins in his home town, Gaylord, Michigan. This man, who directed the school plays since 1949, was studying under a carpen- ter in his spare time to have the skill for building his cabins where he had planned to retire. This was a man who went to several universities, receiving his A.B. degree from Central Michigan College, and who had a hobby of cooking. He had charge of the NEW MOON from 1948 till 1953. He was a man who had traveled to Europe in the summer of 1955, planning to re-visit next summer, and worked at Falvey's Clothing Store when he was not traveling. This man didn't let enough of his personality show through his cover of shy reserve. He had his own quiet humor, and was an interesting conversationalist. He never indulged in gossip or pettiness. The school will miss his friendly ways, his gentlemanly man- ners, and his contributions to the school system. s W if if s .1 jx. if A . 3 f sr.. M' s ..5:'f if fix - f, Q s V W", Q' M f2'1F5'M-if 5 in is 7 Y: wfft v X 1 S , V+.. sw vi wa... ,Q +I' N ws. mass' -if-. .Qi I 1 The last Thespian group under Mr. Hallenius poses for a photo. -axe s " ::: it Y X BILL 1VlA'l'1-IEWS William E. Mathews, Bill to his many friends, has been a favorite teacher of hundreds of Niles students since he first came in 1922. A band master extraordinary Bill founded the Dowa- giac band in 1916 and then originated the Niles band in 1922. He continued as band director until 1936. Since then, over the years he has taught, besides government and commercial law, the importance of a sense of humor and a need for a mature philosophy. Students will always remember Bill for his sincere friendliness, his bizarre calendars, his un- limited stories, his expert advice on such matters as business, law, politics, and his practical jokes. Besides receiving his A.B. degree at the Uni- versity of Michigan, Bill Mathews has done graduate work at Northwestern University. Much of his time, particularly the summer is spent at his farm in Indiana. His habits consist of 'chard work and little sleep." S n S Niles High School will miss this man who Fights "the Battle of the Bulge" by eating more salad dressing and ice cream, who retains the running friendly "feud" with Mr. Walker as to who is the oldest, who rides to and from school in Hobliging taxisu while his new Roadmaster stays in the garage, and who above all considers all boys and girls to be friends as well as students. In a typical hall scene Bill "fixes" Mr. Smith while Mr. Nieboer awaits the reaction. 25 W5 f 5 if 2 v 42" ' 1 Bill Mathews spends much free time on the farm. One of Billis earlier bands poses for a photo. 'fi 1 , 1 . fwi5e7 SWWB A 4 5 'ii E X , as Q ' 'Qi 1 I A , ' l I Ei ,4 , , mi e :gym B we-f '-Jf 'Sf Jeanne Harroff, Secretary to Mr. Lucgg Melba Parks, Of- fice Secretary. f K ,., V ,N ,I X , ...,,,,.,. ii W, B Q ' W 5 w els we ,V ' if ml s x X .fir fir' , LQM1-' at ne B ma - Dorthy Benjamin, Seeretary to Mr. Kovackg Dorthy Wade, Nurse Alice Schmuhi applies Hrst aid to One of 5CCfCU'1'Yt0 MT-DCWHL the many hundreds who seek her oflice during the school year. CUSTODIANS Sitting: Beverly Weaver, Orin Ellerbrook, and Edith Carter. Standing: Lester Leishy, Eli Hajida, Arley Cullom, Malven Nickolay, Bob Hilligoss, Clarence Rice, and Carl Weaver. x 4 ' X -fe. is f Y 'Rf' . , ,Q - .V by! Re r x WY sa -.4 SENIORS MONTE CARL ABAIR: Snowball Decorations Com- mitteeg Tennis ll, l2:Safety Council. SHARON LEE ALBRECHF1: G.A.A. 125 Snowball Decora- tions Committee5 Prom Dec- orations Committeeg Prom Tickets Committee5 Band Bounce, Partg Cheer Block. x JULE ALDRICH: Treble JOAN M, ANDERSON: Clef Chorus5 Co-op. JUDIE ANDERSON: Choir 11,125 Variety Show 11, 123 Homecoming Decorations Committee Chairman5 Snow- ball Decorations Committee 11,125 Prom Decoration Committee Chairman5 Tatt- ler Staff, Editorial, Artist: NEW MOON Sel1er5 Honor Roll l se1nester5 Junior Play Cast5 Cheer Blockg Home- coming Queen Court. l DARYL BAILEY: Football 105 Track 105 Choir 11,125 Variety Show lO,l1,l25 Glee Club 10. BARBARA BARR: Prom Tickets Committee Chair- mang Ushers Club Head Usherg Student Councilg Candy Chairman for Student Council. Band Bounce Committee and Partg Honor Roll 1 semes- terg Band. Senior class officers are Mary McLauch- lin, Secretary5 jim Falvey, Presidentg Henry Haase, Treasurerg and Dick Harger, Vice-President. JUDY BARR: G.A.A.5 Glee Club 105 Choir 11,125 Variety Show l0,1l,125 Chairman of Make up Committee for Variety Showg junior Play Cast5 Senior Play Cast5 New Moon Writer and Seller 105 Prom Decorations Commit- tee5 Honor Roll 2 semesters5 Tattler Editorial Staff 10,11. SUZANNE BARTON: Home- coming Decorations Commit- tee: Prom Decorations Com- mittee: Tattler Business Staff, Seller: Co-op: Honor Roll 1 semester: Snowball Favors Committee. The senior name cards are selected by Maribelle Gebby, Marilyn Tonkin, Carol Shook, and Diane Bartholomew. IVAN LEE BRADLEY: Band Bounce Script Committee and Part: Honor Roll 5 se- mesters: Junior Play Publi- city Committee: Pep Band. DIANE BARTHOLOMEW: Variety Show Publicity Com- mittee: Snowball Publicity Committee: Tattler Editorial Staff, Picture Editor: New Moon Co-Editor, Writer, Typist, Seller: Honor Roll 4 semesters: Student Council Advisory Representative ll, 12: Glee Club l0: Choir ll, 123 Sextet ll: Accompanist for Choir and Glee Club. QW ri, G I 'CTV' 7 KENNY BEVILLZ Co-op: LEROY BONNER Football Transferred from South Bend 10,115 Track 10 Prom Dec Riley in 1956. orations Committee Coop GARY BRIDGES: Basketball 105 Football 10,1l,l2: Prom Publicity Committee Chair- man: Co-op: N Club: Student Council. L" 1 1 ef Y . 7 fx 13. Q 'YS' kb Wire? FRANK BROCK JR.: F.F.A. IRMA BROCK EAVES New l0,11,l2: Assistant President I Moon Seller: Co-op umor of F.F.A. Play . Publicity Committee Gym Show 2. SENIORS ANITA L. BROOKS: Honor Roll 2 semesters. GARY BUSS: Co-opg Trans- ferred from South Bend, In- diana, in 1957. BOB CALVERT: Football 1O,l1,l23 Variety Show Prop- erties Committeeg Homecom- ing Publicity Committee: N Clubg Spanish Clubg Choir: Glee Club 10,l1g Snowball Decorations Committee. , 1' ,2" if S R M 1 as if it C .-.. :Sf X tl l QQ s, 1 JW ,, i f A ., z' -' K N DON E. BRUMFIELD DOROTHY BUECHE: Band FREEMAN BUNCH: Foot- Bounce Partg Co-opg Band. ball 103 Track 103115 F.F.A. 10g Co-op. DARYL BYRUM EDWARD CAMP: Football GERALDINE CARTER: FRANK KEITH COUSINS 105 Co-op. Honor Roll 1 semester. 35-'T-I. Q3 .L E5 SENIORS .r 1 - A I wifi K FA at ez 6 5 xv Y 3 'ii g A il' 4 'I' "H Q . Q-- 4 I QA fs., , .iff K , ,Z-. p . ' ' +P? . Lqfff-4 1 . . tffvif ' ' jf' I WILLIAM CRAMER: Band -IOSEPHINE CRE'I'TOL: DAVID CULVER: Band: Pep RONALD CLRRAN Bounce Committee: Pep Prom Decorations Conunit- Hand: Band Bounceg Co-op. Band. X X' CHARLES CURTIS: Fool- bzlll l0,Il.l2: Track 1l,l2: Tennis 10: Star Connnitleeg Honor Roll 2 Semeslersg SCC- relary of N Club. ICC. QS 'hr --is-K. "1 .. .. Q, gf, 5 1 Q , 'fu-'X -1-35' DENNIS CURTIS JAMES CURTIS: Co-op. LINDA CURTIS: mud 10 MARTIN DM-Y: 1"-1"-A. 10, 15UffUfE'l'H -'WN 11-WISI 1119 ' ll lg- VjcC.1vrC5i,1C,,t nf lrllf, New Moon Writer lil: lun- ,-. , . , , . 5 Hmml- 11011 1 Scmcslc,-. 'ior lluy Irop Connnillcc: Glee Club 10,1 l. M15 nv 'E JY5 diff" 'ff Swv: ' 1, , 1 I 5 0 7--'sW3+,ggx I at f - fx, Fa f .Q 1 SENIORS w f QIMZW 74 K ' -w K i I 53 QT ' AN lf, sim' ff ,, f 1 gf' 1- ' ' l"f' ' :Sf A ' X. 'if 1159 .511 f Q 4+ 1.51611 f TERRY DAVIS: Football 103 TOM DAVIS JANICE DE GROOT LARRY DEITRICH: Band Basketball 105 Prom Decora- 10,1l,12: Band Bounce 10, tions Committee. 11,123 Pep Band 12. 1 5 NORMAN D. DELAY: Snow- ball Tickets Committeeg Jun- ior Play Publicity Committee, 'W hlfiav 1 5 , 1 fa tl . 1' It A Looking at a Hnished product man Judie Anderson with her coming Decorations Committee with the paint and paste. CAROL DE VALL: Home- coming Invitations Commit- teeg Snowball Invltatlons Committeeg Prom Invitations Committeeg Cheer Block. :HJ , Chair- Home- is busy CHUCK DEVALL: Variety RQSELIARY DE VQLDER Show Scenery Committee 10, Honor R011 1 Senlester. ll: junior Play Scenery Com- mitteeg Choir 10,115 Co-op. s any I 3' Q Y 42 :Q t Qi 2 voyage- C t A-A .KV . " - ?'f ' ,X -1 ' ,tif xr ,. 'QV' -rf' fl! SENIORS :QM - Q-1 ' P. 'fjftg 3,39-i1:?s'i5 1. I.: s- ,Ast Ji 4 ' . 'af '14, Mix W in M Q . , :nik ,, gm, -t gf? ,W-af-if , 11 m' "QR, 4' " .f'2!""g'f-f'I'J , Y "JU f"fJ'-"Q: t 1- ,t 7,,y.. ':g,.5:,'.g:g,, I554"' :.g+1Qisz:gg:-c'::g- F. :gf ..L.":1a'.,,4:,fg?wr - " Y-'I ' ., 1 .WW ."q'7"1' .fqll 'f' 4.2, :wa ,J , -r' . 9. 1. 411,311 -gi, ?I'5X"L """.?mi-5 J at aah CO- I Co-op: Hollor Tatl. Op. Transferred from Fl1nt-Bent- R 11 1 K. t . C , I ler Editorial Staff 10: Boys' ley in 1957. 0 semes er, OOP Glee Club 113 Variety Show 11. STEVE ELDER: Honor Roll 4 semestersg Choir 11,123 Va- riety Show 11,125 Snowball Committeeg New Moon 1'Vri4 terg Spanish Club 11,123 Spanish Club Presidentg Sen- ior Play. Q 'A 11 1 ' 'SWK' ta. '51 W3 L , ,i f f 'E Q, .V Y, S4 .XZ J Senior class counselor Mr. Krehbiel discusses second semester exemptions for hnal exams. V x F, " -ar"'f X X 'iv ' lx , 1 is J., Bounceg Pep Bandg Dance Bandg Drum Major. o l . 1 . ' fit x In ,, ta 'ram ,Q ' 1 , 1 N : g V 5' -T" , I .-.,.- is t::,-.. .. . , . it ,f- 15- s --:3 5. ' Q. 5 . R if ily. xl If Q 'Iii ' 1 to ,Z 1 it Q IT' !,.'..'-X S X-f 4-4-- ,i Y. , ., ,,- . 3. -': , Sy-,L ..f'x',.'-ft is A-s- QL -Twyzeifv ,111 fi 4 . -uf A. -fg1si.:- fr., 1. ,tly ' .Sul 1 i v -N JO JAMES YV. FALVEY: Presi- dent Senior Class: Student Council 125 Football l0,ll.l2g N Clubg Tennis l0,ll.l2: Homecoming Decorations Committeeg Spanish Club ll, 12. if - , , 3 Q sl - N 4' x 'Q .fd Q x:x if ff .ff ff .jo , Q fiiyilofflfl 5 ,:'. .- fe' fV',N' m"f'r f fwr- r.,i.f'.ff1 E SENIORS wa ' ? g -5 'W 6 ' 1 4- 'ins C X 1 Kb. ROBERT FARR: Honor KATHLEEN L.FENTON Roll 1 semester: F.F.A.: Va- riety Show: Glee Club 11: Vice President of Glee Club: Choir 10. CLARENCE' FRANTZ: Va- riety Show l0,l1,12: Co- Chairman of Band, Enter- tainment, and Floor Show Committee: Tattler Editor- ial Staff, l0,ll,12: N Club ll, 12: Student Council 11.122 Awards Committee Chairman: Viking Handbook Committee Chairman: Safety Committee 'llattler Editorial Stall: Assistant Editor, Activities ELl.llOl'Q New 310011 Yvlillel' and Typist: llvlg: V211-. sity Cheerleader l0,ll,12: Co Head Cheerleader 12. Boys' Clee Club Variety Show: Homecoming Decorations Committee: Snowball Decora- tions COllll11lltCCI Prom Dec- orations Committee: Senior Play General Chairman: 12. NORMAN FRUCCI: Basket- ball 10,l1,12: Honor Roll 5 semesters: Captain of Basket- ball Team: Football 10: Cross Country 11: Prom Banquet Chairman: New Moon Mlri- ter: junior Class Treasurer: N Club: Student Council 10, l1,12: Senior High Orchestra 10. 1 ' as 'h ss-:, K lg A is n "HP" Q 1 5 "WMA W- 1 X tt, 'wa g if M, I I .,.,. - N xy f 'w, ,xx X lg fi' Y' S R ' 'ttf - " . A W, ,lt sa If 1 ff " :Q if QS' ROBERT FICKES: Football ll: Tattler Editorial Staff fphotographerj: New Moon Qwriterj: Projection Operator 10: Co-op. JUDY FOUT: F.T.A. 10: Va- l'lCfY SHOW: Homecoming Entertainment Committee Chairman: Prom Decorations Committee: New Moon Qty- pistj: Cheer Block: Choir 12: Girl's Glee Club 11. ROSALIE GADESK1: Home- coming Decorations Commit- tee: Prom Decorations Com- mittee. HENRY FISHER KAY GALBREATH: Variety Show Committee and Part l1,l2: Homecoming Queen: Chairman of Pep Rally: Snowball Decorations Com- mittee: Chairman of Prom Decorations: Prom Refresh- ments Committee: New Moon Seller: Junior Class Secre- tary: junior Play Publicity Committee: Cheerleader: Stu- dent Council Representative 11,12: Vice President of Choir: Glee Club. S -XX SENIORS MARILYN GALBREATH: Variety Show Committee and partg Snowball Decorations Committeeg Prom Decora- tion Committeeg New Moon Sellerg Honor Roll 4 semes- ters5 junior Play Tickets Committee5 Cheerleaderg Choir 11,125 Glee Clubg Vice President of the junior Class ROGER GENTRY: Football 10,l1,125 Snowball Decora- tions Committeeg Prom Dec- orations Committeeg N Club5 Mfrestling 10,1l,l2. GENE GILLISPIE: Pep Band 10,l1,12g Orchestra 10, 115 Dance Band. SUZANNE GARNS: F.T.A. 105 Homecoming Chairman- Preliminary Danceg Snowball Decorations Committeeg New Moon Seller5 junior playlg Student Council 105 Spanish Clubg Senior Play Part. X 'Styx tn- J 1. I we GARY GITCHELL: Basket- ball 10,115 Football 10,1l,l23 Track 125 Snowball Publicity Committee Chairmang Co- opg Honor Roll 1 semesterg YVrest1ing 12. MARIBELLE GEBBY: F.T. BOBBIE GENTRY A. 10,1l,125 Variety Showg Tattler Business Staff-Sales Managerg Honor Roll, 6 se- mestersg Cheer Blockg Choirg Glee Clubg Orchestra 10,11, 125 Accompanist of Choir and Glee Club. SALLY GODDARD: Thes- pians 11,125 Variety Show: Publicity Committee and Partg Homecoming Publicity Committeeg Prom Decora- tions Committeeg Tattler Business Stallg New Moon XVriter, Seller: Cheer Block: Choir 15 Glee Club 115 Transferred from Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan in "56." . is lil s ar .-4'9" 99" at uni-, ILEEN GIBBS: Variety Show Stage Committee: Cos- tumes Committee and Partg Snowball Entertainment Committeeg Homecoming Entertainment Committee: New Moon Typistg Glee Club 105 Choir 11,l2. ROGER GOFFENEY: Tatt- ler Editorial Stalfg Editor of Sports5 Transferred from VVashington Clay in "56." A 'X S -3' 5 -it fia-av' - , N , 'Q' 3 f' , 'Q...,.. V2 up - Yfgsj kk ti., Z1 ' '-:xx Q. z " sf 3 ' ,xl Z' 's -'Y ' 5 5: ax. 'X 15- AV 2 1-i f 5 s V 3 ai? e ff ' 'A ' i . .fa 55 +. .' ,H 55-1, -X 1 . K, 'xiii-r' W ia. A I i I ! v L 5 4 Q 4 1 m 1 I fl I je M . , v X L: ry' - - . , ,qua 4 .I 4' . . .lx . Q I ,lg,.I,,W-,V ,. 5 ,Q , Q A A Ax, x , PM il. LM' I Am, .A . ,, ,U I' Q l,: In .' qQ,'l',i if.1L-f..f.."J.u:f4'WLM-'9'u.n'. -7wM5'f:1., AJ, .. f.r-L7,'."k.r I fy, I 4, 1 V , . , . ' x . Q "n 4 ' i,.x -4' A , 3. ..',4' , f n , .1 4 '.4 .x.1w. ' 'ing 'V I 1 l Q, ' V A . H 'H v '-rv ,. nf. n . 4, .w vf 1 2 4. :1,1 v-mx H y., 1-.I fa, A ., lg .Ar .VJ E W1 1 1.1 I. 1 1 '- ,XM- .Ha SENIORS NORMAN GOODLING: PATRICIA GRIFFITHS: CHARLES HAAs: Track 10: NORMA HAA51 Treble Clef Cross Country 11,123 Variety Homecoming Invitations Band Bounce and Partg Band. 11- Show Planning, Scenery Com- mittee and Chairmang Home- coming Decorations Commit- teeg Prom Publicity, Decora- tions Cornmitteeg Tattler Editorial, Art Editorg Honor Roll 3 semesters: N Club: junior Play Scenery and Partg Choirg School Improve- ment Committeeg Glee Clubg Career Day Committee. The Homecoming bonfire is under control of Charles Curtis while others look on. HENRY HAASECross Coun- try 11,123 Track l0,ll,l23 Star Committeeg Class Oliicer Treasurer 12: N Clubg Stu- dent Council 12. Committeeg Snowball Decora- tions Committeeg Co-op: Honor Roll 2 semesters. K FRANCES HAGOOD: Cheer CHARLES HAHN Block. SALLY HALEY: F.T.A. 123 Variety Show Chairman of Properties and Part, 10,ll, 123 Tattler Editorial Staifg Activities Editorg New Moon Writer and Typistg Honor Roll 6 semestersg junior Play CHSU C133 Club 103 Choir 11,123 School IHIPTOVCIHCHI Committee. X ,QW Q K SQ-935 if ti 1 GARY HALL Mr. Vandermeulen supervises a read- ing of the coming senior play. LOU ANN HART: Variety Show Chairman and Tickets Committee: Homecoming Decorations and Pom poms Committee: Snowball Dec- orations Committee: Prom Decorations Committee: Co- op: Junior Play Tickets Com- mittee: Cheer Block: Glee Club: Choir: Teacher's Assis- tant 2: Senior Play. 4 , KX 5. . E. , T ,. 1 ' Q- ',1 '!?'n NSE- I' r vi DICK HARGER: Cross Coun. try ll,12: Variety Show Com- mittee and Stage 11.12 and Part: Class Ofhcer, Vice President, Senior year: Honor Roll 4 semesters: N Club: Golf 10,l1,12: Glee Club 10: Choir 1I,12: Choir Treasurer 11,12. . 1.2. .+ ., 'fl I x xprh' if . 1' Q, ,Q Kylix!- 'A Q. LOUIE HARPER: Band Bounce 2: Dance Band: New Moon Writer, Typist, Me- chanical Editor, and Ex- change Editor: Co-op: junior Play Scenery Committee: Pep Band 2: Spanish Club: Band 2. SENIORS u s. ' ,ix , fy .1 A5 2: A .A ll., I f .i av gffiii, f. .1 'dv' 11 -ff ,. .N- -."'.v7? 'tigifia ' 1 fi: :nlgyi JACK HARRINGTON: Jr. Sr. Competition 1. BOB HASPER: Basketball 10: Football l0,ll,12: Golf l0,11,l2: Snowball Publicity Committee Chairman: N Club. MARY HERMANN: G.A.A. 1: Transferred from Galien in 1956: Chorus 1. mf: ,.azN,fb , RITA HERRMANN: Variety Show Scenery k Stage Com- mittee: Homecoming Queen Chairman: New Moon Seller: Cheer Block: Teacher's Assis- tant: Choir: Glee Club. SENIORS zyf' , -. V A ' -' sf?- . if 1 1 Q , . . , f ' ' - T. elf W - y .1 . . ,, - H1 ' Mi PM-Q iw' ' E ,N . ..,. ,,.. ww 'VVVVV . " f V ,QCEQTFQ-f. AC Mu , A 35:2 . - .,., .st own Q . . .W . -it ....N. , f , hat -2L1:I",.aiP iii- 15' ri 4' 2" 23? f ' ' I t A 1' if if 1 L.g4ia2:Li f 2? fe+ ' f-:' 1 , .Q 1, ,L p .2i?1, . 3a,f5jxi,.,.. I AW x if , 2 . if It il I -t ax a ,. ,, ,W -.,p:,g,:-A55 - - :fs ' 4 ' . . .Auto .',f. :en ' fun s fi' 2 ' f X ROBERT HERRINGTONZ LEE HERRONI Variety RALPH HETLER2 Cross Homecoming Decorations Showg Junior Playg Spanish COUIHT 10 ll 12' THICK 10 Committeeg Snowball Decora- tions COITlll1illCCQ Prom Dec- orations Committeeg Co-opp Honor R011 2 semestersg Jr Sr. Competition, 11,12. NANCY HILL: G.A.A. 10, 113 Co-opg Honor Roll 7 se- mestersg Teacher's Assistant. ALAN HOBECK: Junior Play Stage Committee. if A-at Clubg Choir 1g Glee Clubvl. HARLE E. HORNER 5,55 X iii". A . t .1 -. S, x "sh-..... ' Wu. y , , , , 11,123 Band Bounce Commit- tee Partg N C1ub. ELIZABETH C. HORVATH MADELINE HICKS: G.A.A. 10,11,l2: Variety Showg Girls Chorusg Teacher's Assistant. NANCY HILLYER: Home- coming, Publicity Commit- tee: Band Bounce Committeeg Co-opg Honor R011 1 semes- terg Pep Bandg Library As- sistant: Teacheris Assistant' Band 10,1l,l2g Orchestra li MARLENE HORVATH 4 Q 'VIN SENIORS 1, - ,. X Q i ,Q fy -' -X -. i s - , -,, f J JK I Q J wfi Y 'asqzm J' ' ? V "I ' ' 1 J nv Q1 Q C' SQH' sa-nb sk RICHARD D. HOSKIN: Va- riety Slrow l0,l1.12 and Plan- ning Committee, Publicity Chairmang Printed Ticketsg Homecoming 10,1l,12 Public- ity and Decorations Commit- teeg Prom Publicity and Decorations Committee 10, 11,125 New Moon Business Staff, Managerg Honor Roll 2 semestersg Student Council 10,ll,l23 Snowball Publicity PATRICIA JOHNSON 2 ,X EDNA HUBBARD: G.A.A. 19 GARY HULETT WALTER JANN Homecoming Publicity Com- mitteeg Cheer Block. K DALE JOHNSTON: Football 10,ll,l23 F.F,A. l0,1l,l25 Prom Committee Decora- tionsg Honor Roll 1 semesterg N Clubg YVrestling. ALLEN JONES: F.F.A.g Jun- RICH KAUP: F.F.A. lO,ll, MAUREEN KELLY: Honor ior Play Tickets Committeeg , 123 Homecoming Entertain- Roll 2 semestersg Library As- Transferred from Decatur ment Committee. sistant ll,12. High in 1956. ' ati" V.. , 'X dfifi M ' 'li liz X rs' V I fill 5-v-6 2, E., I --1' f N-. Nu H . SHEILA ANNE KENNY: Homecoming Queen Commit- tee 105 Pep Rally K Bonnre Committee 12, Chairmang Snowball Invitations Com- mittee: Prom Decorations Committeeg Tattler Business Staff, Sales Manager ll, 125 New Moon l0,ll,l23 Honor Roll 3 semestersg L'sher's' Clubg Junior Play and Stage Constructiong Girl's Glee Club, 10,ll. P 1 SENIORS KAREN KINNE: Thespians lg Homecoming Refresh- ment Committee and Chair- mang Chairman of Snowball Decorations Committeeg Prom Decorations Commit- tee and Table Decorations, Chairmang N-ew Moon Wri- ter lg Honor Roll 7 semes- tersg junior Play and Part: Cheer Block: Spanish Club 23 Transferred 1956 from Urbana High School, Urbana, Illinois. PAUL KRUGGEL: Football lg N Club lg Transferred, 1957 from john Adams High School, South Bend, Indiana. DEAN KOLBERG: Variety Show Stage Committee and Party Choir 23 Glee Club 1. SUZANNE KRAJCI: Variety Show 23 Variety Show Pub- licity Committee and Partg Homecoming King Sc Queen Committee lg Snowball Invi- tations Committeeg Honor Roll 2 semestersg junior Play Ticket Committeeg Cheer Blockg Glee Club lg Choir 1. DON KRIEGER: Basketball 10,11,12g Assistant Coach 123 Cross Country lg Homecom- ing Tickets Committee, Chairmang Snowball Corsage Committeeg Band Bounce Scenery Committeeg Band 3: Orchestra lg Dance Commit- tee 1. If JOHN KUEHN JERRY KUNKLE CHARLES LABADIEI Wfest- GL1-:N LAKE PAT LAWSON: Band ling 2. Bounceg Teacher's Assistantg Tattler Editorial Staff 12. SENIORS sms: 'Ng X WILLIAM LAWSON F.F.A. 10,1 1.12. NANCY LEPEL: Choirg Va- riety Show Publicity Com- mitteeg Variety Showg Tattler Business Staff Treasurerg New Moon Writer: Honor Roll 1 semester. ROBERT E. LEWIS: Foot- ball ll: Track 115 Baseball 103 N Club. Roy Mark and Sonja Streater strive to complete the new TATTLER record by deadline time. MARTY LIGCETT: Cross Country 11,123 Baseball 10, 11,123 Thespiansg N Clubg junior Play Castg Senior Play Cast. 4 KAYE M. LIVINGS: Co-opg ARLETTA LOW MURIEL ANN BOB MC CARTNEY: Glee Transferred frorn Edwards- MC CALEBB: G.A.A. 10, 11, Club: Transferred from Mis- burg, Michigan ln 1957. 125 Tattler Editorial Staffg sissippi in 1952. Glee Clubg Treble Clef. SENIORS KAY MCDONALD: F.T.A. 10,11,12: Historian of F.T. A.: Treasurer of F.T.A.: Band 10,ll,l23 Band Bounce Com- mittee and Part. DICK MAKOIVSKI: Honor Roll 2 semesters. MARY MARGARET. MCLAUGHLIN: Chairman of Homecoming Tickets Com- mittee, Snowball General Chairman, Chairman of Prom Invitations Commit- teeg Band 10,113 Band Bounce, Tattler Business Staff Agent, Secretary of the Senior Class, Honor Roll 7 semesters, Usher's Club, Jun- ior Play Tickets Committee: Student Council, Pep Band: Senior Play Part, Twirling Corps, Girl's State. Vocational Coordinator John Kovac discusses with student Allan Rieman a training job with a local architect. MARCIA MALBONE: F.T.A. 10,11,12g Choir 11,123 Va- riety Show Committee 11, 12: Honor Roll 3 semesters, Secretary of F.T.A.g Vice President of F.T.A.g Spanish Club 11,123 Treasurer of Spanish Club: Glee Club 10. ROSELLA MCLAUGHLIN: Treasurer of F.T.A. 105 Glee Club, Variety Show 10g Usher's Club. 'M4,s,,,Q vxssgv f -A VIRGINIA MADDEN: Snow ball Publicity Committee Prom Publicity Committee Prom Decorations Commit teeg Co-op. M, ., '-""""' 533 . 1 r' ,gi I KENNETH MALONE: F.F. A. 10,11,123 Choir 11,123 Va- riety Show 11,121 Honor Roll 3 semestersg Prom Menu Committee. - JEFF MANTKE ss -RQETS' - Q J x :X S XX ti.: s it S51 5' 1 ,,,, v , Q.: ...... eg . 1 , 1 I If I -. its-sais K ci P, . ' 'inf 1 SEN IORS 1" JAMES K- MARTIN: Cross DIANE MATTIX: Glee CHARLES MATTOCK5 DEAN MAXWVELL Country 12: Baseball 10,11, Clubg Choir 11,123 Variety 12: N Club. SHARON MAY LELANE MELL: Homecom- ing Invitations Committee Snowball Invitations Com mitteeg New Moon Seller Honor Roll 1 semesterg Jun ior Play Scenery Committeeg Co-op. 1 Show. ,gx Q M SALLY MESSNER: Treble Clef Chorus: Variety Showg Co-op. DEAN MILLER: Homecom ing Decorations Committee Snowball Decorations Com- mitteeg Student Councilg Golf. Z? s' 5.2 A CLA RA MAYO: G.A A 105 Cheer Block. MABLE MILLER: Band Co-opp Honor Roll 1 semes ter. WALTER MILLS: Band 10: Band Bounce 10: Co-op. SENIORS PATRICIA MYER: Band 10, 11,123 Band Bounce Commit- tee: Honor Roll 1 semester: Co-op: Prom Decorations Committee: Pep Band. gm. Wir SQ.. JACK NASH CLAYTON NOLAN: Foot- ball l0,ll,l2. BONNIE O'BRIEN: Home- coming Decorations Commit- tee: Snowball Decorations Committee: Prom Decora- tions Committee: New Moon Seller: Honor Roll 2 semes- ters: Usher's Club: Junior Play Ticket Committee: Co- op. A close-up of the senior girls Grand March in the 1958 Gym Show. BARRY MOQNEY: Football CARLA MOQREg Trgble ARLEEN NIOTUE I LLE: ll,l2: Wrestling: N Club. Clef Chorus ll: Variety Show Transferred from Dowagiac ll: Cheer Block. 111 1955- I ' 'xx '? - "W-lu... IQ' wt' .ud"fM MAUREEN O'CONNER: F. T.A. 11,123 Homecoming In- vitations Committeeg Snow- ball Decorations Committee: Prom Decorations Commit- tee: New Moon writer and seller: Star Committee: jun- ior Play Stage Committeeg Cheer Block: Spanish Club 11,123 Secretary of Spanish Club. LOTTIE IWAE Q'KONSKI MYRON OLSON Projection PXP OSTRANDER Star Seniors Clarence Frantz, Rick Hoskin, Tom Raschels, and Diane Bartholo- mew surround joyce Elo while working on the NENV MOON. AMY PARROTT: Treble Clef Chorusg Co-opg Trans ferred from Stevensville in 1956. EDWIN MILES PIERSON Football 10,11,123 Track 11 125 Honor Roll 3 semesters N Club: C0-opg Transferred from Lakeville in 1955. V "' ffkg-ink I . 'Wav N Nh.. ia. A I i I ! v L 5 4 Q 4 1 m 1 I fl I je M . , v X L: ry' - - . , ,qua 4 .I 4' . . .lx . Q I ,lg,.I,,W-,V ,. 5 ,Q , Q A A Ax, x , PM il. LM' I Am, .A . ,, ,U I' Q l,: In .' qQ,'l',i if.1L-f..f.."J.u:f4'WLM-'9'u.n'. -7wM5'f:1., AJ, .. f.r-L7,'."k.r I fy, I 4, 1 V , . , . ' x . Q "n 4 ' i,.x -4' A , 3. ..',4' , f n , .1 4 '.4 .x.1w. ' 'ing 'V I 1 l Q, ' V A . H 'H v '-rv ,. nf. n . 4, .w vf 1 2 4. :1,1 v-mx H y., 1-.I fa, A ., lg .Ar .VJ E W1 1 1.1 I. 1 1 '- ,XM- .Ha SENIORS CHARLIE-NE POLEG-52 JOHN PRESTON: FOOtb21ll- BEVERLY JO PURUCKERZ VALERIE PUTZ A-A--113 STAR COIHHHIIGCQ 105 Track-10,115 Xvrestling- Treble Clef Cliorusg Variety Co-op. l0.1l,12. Show Chorus. MARY JANE R A D E R - STORF: Honor Roll-1 semes- terg Transferred from Ed- wardsburg in '55, At lotst 3.:15! THOMAS RASCHEL: Thes- piansg Glee Club-llg Choir- l2g Variety Show Publicity Committee, Scenery Commit- tee, Planning Committee, ik Partg Variety Show Student Directorg Co-Chairman of Homecoming Decorations Committeeg Chairman of Table Decorations for Snow- ballg Chairman of Prom Dec- orations Committeeg TAT- TLER Staff Artistg NEW- MOON Co-Editor and Writ- erg Honor Roll-2 semestersg junior Play Castg Senior Play Cast. GEORGE RETH JEAN L. RICE: G.A.A.-115 Homecoming Decorations Committeeg Snowball Decor- ations Committeeg STAR Cofmmitteeg junior!l'lay Props Committee. J' x if at M t IQXNS L, - ,f ei SENIORS R nz X vw iw-5 mum.--., wiv -alfa. Y Q "'4,, V QQ. , tm. .. fl .f.5y,,.Sx . ,nxT3,'f IlQgfi1x , ' fra' 9' of.'f.1i?' fig 5 ififrli. 1,ab.'r::f4 ALLEN RIEMAN: Home- coming Decorations Commit- teeg Snowball Decorations Committee! P10111 Decora- tions Committeeg Band 10,115 Band Bounce 10,111 Pep Bandg Dance Band! Honor Roll 5 semesters, Co-op. SHARON SARATORE: Homecoming Decorations Committeeg Snowball Decora- tions Committceg Prom De- corations Committee, Cheer Block. HAROLD ROEHL: Honor JAMES ROSSOYV: Variety MARY SANDS: Band- Pe f P Roll 1 semester: Transferred Show Partg Honor Roll 2 se- Band- in 1957 from Karlmle Ger- mestersg Clee Club 103 Choir many. 1l,l2g Boy's Octet. t x X U ' It 2. Homecotning Queen and Court LARRY SAUNDERS: Chair- man of Homecoming Down- town Decorations Committeeg Snowball Decorations Com- mittee, Prom Decorations Committee. CAROL SCHAEIFER: F.T.A. 11,123 Glee Club 105 Choir 11,123 Co-Chairman of Pub- licity Committee for Variety Sllowg Variety Show Publicity Committee: Honor Roll 6 semesters: New Moon YVri- ter, Cheer Block. MICHAEL SCHELKOPF: Track 10,11,12. sm ' fx ' ., nm my . , 'Q lit.. K: S 'YQ- rx, x Rheum SENIORS 'U A 1 5 pi - 'K L' Jr' My A - W We ,. f,, . X my ,Vit VW, if K . 1+-. ' 1 We Nfvqnbx V Vg, 'bv fV 7 R s ,, ,.1- 1, 9 Aj. ,Wg n t g. A V f A. 2 .yi , ,UQ , 44.41. , ., .,s ,V V ,f.',.1Pn -fw- ghqai 3 gff,-1.23. 1,5 41219. 73.5 asia V V I-!l,:5',f 55- ,Q?",,,j3,x:v ,V . .. W V 2 is ' "ff ' fe "'4'fff3 ' ' , a?""fj:.f?,fV.. Q. ' ' -'rffw V ? MS. W ,, ws" :Wg-. e wav if an V. fwfr, 12 glsiife, w g. 'f- .fi 'Vw wQS,1vf,. rx Ax f r 3, . 1 V f'sH-43, at -Agfs., ni- 1 em' rw:-fa-2 -V ff- , l Milli. V z 'Inman ' 'H ' -A ' " 'NR-QV' s in-gf' y 7 Nrv ' ROSALIE SCHNEIDER: G. HOWARD scHocK: Band5 TOM SCHULER: Football A.A. 105 Honor Roll 1 semes- Band Bounce Scenery Com- 11,125 Baseball 115 N Clubg terg C0-op, mittee and Partg Pep Band. Transferred from Jackson, BONNIE LEE SCHULTZ: Homecoming Tickets Com- mittee5 Snowball Decorations Committee5 Prom Decora- tions Committee5 New Moon Se11er5 junior Play Cast. Shaw" Michigan in 1955. Y Stuzuine Barton, Rosella McLaughlin, Bonnie O'B1'ien JOE SEELIG: Homecoming Decorations Committee: Snowball Decorations Com- mitteeg Prom Decorations Committee: N Clubg VVrest- ling 10. X nam X XXX -. tt :Vf .. x ss m an QFMX oN . V Nwwz Y X NORMA SHAFFER: Cheer Block: Co-op. SANDRA SCHULKE: Treble Clef Chorus 115 Variety Show Chorus 115 Homecoming Dec- orations Committee5 Chair- man of Snowball Refresh- ment Committeeg Honor Roll 3 semesters5 Transferred from Lexington, Kentucky in 1954. GEORGIA SHANKLAND: Glee Club 105 Choir 11,125 Variety Show Chorusg Prom Publicity Con1mittee5 Editor- in-Chief of Tattler Editorial Staffg Honor Roll 7 semes- tersg junior Play Cast5 Safety Committee. SENIORS ww., ,- Nm 5' im S 5 GARY SHINHOLT: Track 123 Lighting and Soundg Technician Committee for Homecoming, Snowball, and Prom3 Band Bounce. ,V 1 JOHN SMIEDENDORF: Band: Band Bounceg Co-op RUTHANN SMITH: Home- coming Publicity Commit- teeg Bandg Band' Bounce Scenery Committeeg Honor Roll 5 semestersg Pep Band. rn-44: CAROL SHOOK: Clee Club 101 Choir ll,l2Q Co-Chair- man of Variety Show Ticket Connnitteeg Prom Publicity Connnitteeg New Moon Ty- pistg Honor Roll 7 semestersg Junior Play Publicity Com- niitteeg Student Council 12. SHIRLEY MAE SHUGARS: Glee Club 10,113 Choir 123 Variety Show Scenery Com- mittee and Party Homecom- ing Entertainment and Mu- sic Committeeg junior Play Publicity Committee. Z etit "',' , - 1 1 , 3 , Q M - ftp wg- AW r is gi .4 Y V F g Jigga M' ' qqqq 3 ,fu 1.31, 'Qu e ' 'C ."" g Q' PATRICIA ANN SMOKER: G.A.A. 10,ll,l2: Vice Presi- dent of G.A.A.3 Treble Clef Chorus 112 Variety Show Chorus 113 Honor Roll 2 semestersg Co-op. NORMA JEANE SIMMONS: F.H.A. 103 Glee Club 105 Choir 11,123 Variety Show Publicity Committee and Chorusg Honor R011 2 semes- ters3 Noon Activity Commit- tee 103 Spanish Club 11. JAMES SMITH: Bandg Band Bounce Property Committee and Part3 Pep Bandg Co-op. MARIANNE SMOLE: Home- I CATHY SMOTHERMAN coming Decorations Commit- tee3 Transferred from Elk- hart, Indiana in 1956. SENIORS .E -SGFQ, A4 Yves! ily- , EBENEZER SPENCER: Wrestlingg Junior Play Tick- ets Committee. .J SONJA STREATOR: Band: Pep Band: Dance Band! Band Bounceg Tattler Edi- torial Staff. BETTY LOU STARKS: G.A A. 10,ll,l2g Homecoming Dec- orations Committeeg Snow ball Decorations Committee, Honor Roll 2 semestersg C0- DAN STEPHENS op: Transferred from West .,,.kg,i,'ES,2f?" N Point, Arkansas in '56. f' 'Miata WILLIAM STEVVARTZ F. YVILLIANI STRANG3 B35' , F.A. l0,ll,l2g Glee Club 10, 113 Variety Show Chorusg Prom Menu Committee: Ho- nor Roll 1 semester. ketball 103 Football 10. pf- 3,-P, RONALD STULL: Football SANDRA LEE SWARTZ: 115 Track 11,123 N Club: Treble C1efChorusg Co-op. Senior Play Make-Up Com- mittee and Property Com- mittee. sl M .egg X f BARBARA TALIAFERRO: Glee Club 115 Choir 123 Va- riety Show Scenery Commit- teeg Chairman of Homecom- ing Invitations Committeeg Snowball Decorations Com- mittee and Invitations Com- mittee: Prom Decorations Committeeg Tattler Editorial Staff, Senior Editorg New Moon IfVriter, Typist, and Sellerg Honor Roll 2 semes- tersg Chairman of Stage Con- structions Connnitteeg Span- ish Club 11,123 Spanish Club Vice Presidentg Transferred from Elkhart, Indiana in '55. X Rs:-u, X, ,I . 1 X 55 1,-i R in Q' X px f Q X . THOMAS TALLEY: Cr0SS Country 10, F.F.A. 10,11,123 President of F.F.A.g Wrest- ling 1O,l1,l2. SENIORS S gang '11 "-Q-it vor" NX QQ XX wgsill' Q N 3 I f ll f 5 ff WILLIAM W. TEEPLE: Cross Country 125 Tennis 10, 11,123 Glee Club 105 Choir 11,125 Variety Show Castg New Moon VVriterg Honor Rollfl semestersg Junior Play Committeeg Transferred from Ferndale, Michigan in '55. Senior photos were taken early this year, Photographer Franks places the black drape over Betty Starks. MAJORIE THOMAS: Va- riety Show Committee, Make Upg Homecoming, General Chairmang Snowball, Chair- man, King and Queen, Prom General Chairmang New Moon Sellerg Class Oflicer, Jr. Class President, Tattler Staff Business, Editorial, Agentg Usher's Club 9,l0,1l, 123 junior Play General Chairmang Student Council 10,11,l23 Glee Clubg Sec. of Glee Club 103 Choir, Sec. of Choir 113 Safety Committee Chairman: Queen of junior Senior Prom 113 Game As- ' sistantg Gym Show. f- DICKIE THOMPSON: Track 113 Xvrestling 11. me All A fi ff? np, EVA THOMAS MARSHALL THOMPSON ROBERT S. THORPE: F.T. A. 11,123 Chairman of Home- coming Cleanup Committee: Chairman of Snowball Clean- up Committeeg Prom Speak- ers Committee: New Moon Writer: Honor Roll 7 semes- ters: Student Council 11,123 Transferred from Edwards- burg in '55. - '. .1 ' ' i..' , .,4N",?-. ti ' ' ' 'N ' . , I , .f ., ,g .--,. ,.-- - -:AN l' il M A- 5 f Wigsur If .f we W' If Q'--Q I , X SENIORS BEV THVVA ITS PATRICK TRUESDELL QDENNYJ: Glee Club 103 Choir llg Variety Show Castg Junior Play Stage Commit- teeg Spanish Clubg Chairman of Stage Committee for Sen- ior Playg Boy's Double Sex- tetg Co-op. LINDA TURNER: Honor Roll 1 semesterg Co-opg Transferred from Saegers- town, Pennsylvania, in '54. SANDRA TIFFANY: Honor roll 7 semestersg Co-op. MARILYN TONKIN: Glee Club 10: Choir 11,123 Va- riety Show Scenery Commit- tee: Variety Show Castg Homecoming Entertainment Committeeg Chairman of Snowball Publicityg New Moon Writer: Honor R011 8 semestersg Junior Play Cast. . 1 Q. S H A-. 1. i " CAROL LYNN ULLOM: F. H.A. l0,ll,125 G.A.A. 11,123 Prom Tickets Committeeg Prom Decorations Commit- tee: junior Play Ticket Com- mitteeg Transferred from Chicago in '55. JAMES VANDENBURG: F. F.A. 103 Co-op. ELLEN TREIBER: Co-op. ALICE TUCKER: Trans ferred from McCormick, Ar kansas in '56. LEROY VAN DUSEN: Cross Country 12: F.F.A. l0,11,12g Projections Operator. 4 X f vt ,fmt N we 65 2 1 "UH 'I' A . ASSE V fx Qssf saw fr-2 :.- we rw 1 X i 5.1 "un -V 4 ia. 1 -9 3 1 Q if I sq 1 it ' rv, . SENIORS LARRY VAN LUE: Football GRACE VI LLWOCK 10,123 Baseball 10,1l,123 F.F. A. 11,123 N Club. HARRY YVATSON: Cross Country 11,123 Track 11,123 N Club. BETTY WEISER: G.A.A. 10, I viii' c""' SANDRA VINNEDGE: Tre- ble Clef Chorus 11Q Variety Show Chorusg Honor Roll 3 SCIHCSLCISQ Transferred from Broken Bow, Nebraska in '56. '1-13345, . DON YVELCH: Football 105 Glee Club 10,113 Variety Show Chorus 11,l2. if 'Q' .vanw- MW' JUDY XVHITE: Thespiansg Homecoming Decorations COll11l11IlCCQ Chairman of Snowball Favors C01l1I'l11IICCI Prom Decorations Commit- teeg Honor Roll 2 semestersg junior Play Castg Spanish C1ub3 Transferred from South Bend, Indiana in '563 Homecoming Qu.een's Court. ,pf .rl 'E ,- I 2 W '4' fi'-15-Ai... , V3 KENNETH YVAGLEY: Bas- ketball 11,123 Football 11,123 Track 1O,11Q N Clubg Trans- ferred from Mishawaka, In- diana in '56. GENE WAYSON: Co-op Transferred from Dyersburg Tennessee in '56. YVAYNE YVIATROLIK: Foot- ball 10. 1' SENIORS BETTY WICKLER: Honor Roll 1 semesterg Co-op. TED WIENKE: Football ll 12: Baseball ll: N Club. lr r ' A 'nj' -tg fa :Q 2. ,Q :U I H J. E xii'-K lk: V ' ' fl V .: 3? 2 Y' . 'eg VI., 4, x w .' 2 , P..1,",E- ' y 9 4, 'A. . I 4 x. 'Z W' M E j i'?v::,.. rift- 7 lk- if W4 .1 .F .1 Qaggsg , A X A A 5.1 4 r lr.: if ti., fit .gk sh Q P 4 we 11:5 3 A ' ' A 2 A ,. .f -' Af-'E Y. ' 2, ' ,T 2 H '-'s .T .f-.qffi wi? V 21: 1' f . ':'.f.'5.1?g,., vQ"fpE5g1g t L :Qi .1323 7-I .,15,:-.-,gffg:- tl.-f ' :M-af" rf 'Z' f' ffvri. 1. .f - m5,.,.. ,gk .wwf Varian . . fffrlsf . 12' Ar. rf- -'-'- fir' cewrf . 'QI-fg, IX'-gf 'Wifi ' " 5 F. X 'x T-"'.L'g-u 2 Q " 'iff p..aif..1.4 W ,. f M s 5' - ."-z3"- .' :u,v'. gm a - ff '-'m ag ff- -2 Nr!! ,L-tiifxsi. in Q -- ty sv,-a,.-i. 'f' ..--xt" .'s.1gQSrSj:'2H . H 'QS-Is:-f,a1'12'.f11 2-' V' ' 44 34- Q'1xg.,.',144,i5g,.51,Vi .,,,:Q'-.M , Wifi A Ii ep V 3 -,A -,QI 3: A 1 owl! 1. taasxspi 'tgp A t 1, J" .- il. - :a1"' ...- ' .' 1.1-. lf-'i 1 . What is Christmas without decorating a Christmas Tree? JIM YVORKING: Choirg Co- op. was i .f JAMES R. WORLAND: Baseball 103 Glee Club llg Choir 123 Variety Show Prop- erties Connnitteeg Variety Show Cast: N Clubg junior Play Publicity Committee: Co-op. F 1 ,... lg ANN WVILSON: Co-op. DENNIS YOUNG QW 'fs- SANDRA YVOLF: Band? Dance Bandg Pep Bandg Band Bounce Property Committeeg Honor Roll 4 semesters: NO PICTURES: MARCEL EVERHART EDVVIN GEISHERT JIM LIERLEY THOMAS MACK PETER MARK JUDITH ZERUNG: Glee Club ll: Choir 125 Variety Show Properties Committeeg Honor Roll l semesterg Jun- ior Play Castg Co-op. 762 1958 '7a,1iilm X , '86 " After arousing from slumber and hurriedly dressing and eat- ing, we prepare to begin another day at NHS. Some of us are "early birds," X f arriving by 8:00. We attend meet- ings: Student Council, "N" Club, band and choir sectionals. If we have studying to do, we go to the library or to study hall. Ma The winter cold causes us to hurry to get inside. Students drive to school and make good use of the parking lot. i Xe A '51 Q , l SWR? CSNXNQN . ,M ' Q: , W . Y r Nfl .s 46 Student Council meetings are held in the cafeteria every Monday morning, giving other students a chance to attend and observe. STUDENT COUNCIL Who sponsors the after-game dances you attend? VVho makes it possible for you to buy candy at noon? VVho sponsors the Homecom- ing and Snowball activities? Who tries to improve the school and make it better through committee work? Yes, it's the Student Council. This is an elected student govern- ing body of our school, under the direction of Mr. Nieboer. Its purpose is to provide student participation and training in facilitating the edu- cation program of our school. Composed of six sophomores, eight juniors, and ten seniors, the Student Council attempts to utilize as many students as possible in a program of service through a variety of activities. The Council holds its weekly pre- school meetings each Monday. The Viking Handbook, Student Directory, STAR, Government Day,N ew M oon, and the auditorium programs are all sponsored by our Student Council. Candy sellers, joyce Schmidt and Mitzie Brock, help us satisfy our "sweet tooth" after school. Candy is sold by the Student Council as a student service. 47 Front row: Nancy Davis, Judy Roehm, Kent Hunziker, Treasurer, Patty Decker, Secretary. Second row: Mitzi Brock, Karen Frucci, Clarence Frantz, Sally Ahlgrini, Ric Hoskin. Back row: Mr. Nieboer, Advisor, Hen- ry Haase, Bob Thorpe, Norman Frucci, jerry Wingeart. i The Student Directories, a Student Council service to the school, are being counted into stacks to be given out in advisories. Sonny Frantz, Ric Hoskin, and Bob Thorpe are three of the many students who worked on this subject. Aw: 2 ' 1 . 3 it 'T This year the Student Council Student Directory Committee produced the 1957 Student Di- rectory. Chairman Ric Hoskin and his committee saved the Council approximately 35100 by having the directory printed by the students. The alphabetizing, rough drafting, typing, and stenciling were done by the students in Mr. M'esterhof's first hour short- hand class. li PQ 'TY' A-,-. 'W' va KP. sage, Safety Committee: Front Row: Sally Ahlgrim, Kent Hunziker, Ric Hoskin, Walter Sliuford, and Dennis Moore, Chairman. Back Row: Chris Thorpe, Tom Front row: Tom Mack, President, Scott Gran- non, Vice President, Mary McLauchlin, Margie Thomas. Second row: Roger Hargreaves, Dennis Moore, Carol Shook, Joyce Schmidt. Back row: Bob Pierce, jim Falvey, Mike Fresh- ley, Doug Parker, YValter Shuford. Raschel, Lee Herron, Ivan BTHCUCY, Monte Abair. Bob Thorpe, Lonnie Hansen, Dave Miller, jim Raschel. Quik wma its 'Q' ' ' A... -if-4, ...t wh. tx? .yds 'ff ti .. .,,, . x ,. V ' . ' , 3 'digs X ' Lg ., P T ' 'Ng' , Q- h 2S3'5'2sf1i.j -W . if 'eahfnli ' sf. ' ' 1 f ,fi HOMECOMING CHAIRMEN mfr, V I mr fig NJ ,, ,X JJ, ' ,wr .fn- :-. X ' all ' ' NAM. f V 5 0 , ff it , V f, fr If N .J f K. J i y Front Row: Barb Taliaferro, invitationsg Lou Ann Hart, pom pomsg Margie Thomas, General Chairman, Shelia Kenny, pep rally and parade, Karen Kinne, refreshments, and Judy Fout, orchestra and intermission entertainment. Back Row: Norman Goodling, field decorations, Kay Calbreath, pep rally and paradeg Pat Decker, publicityg Judie Anderson, dance and decorations, Rita Herrmann, queen contest, Suzie Garns, preliminary dance, Larry Saunders, town decorations, Tom Raschel, decorations, and Bob Thorpe, clean-up. X Twins May and Kay Gal- breath assist Joyce Schmidt, Saran Peters, and Nancy Davis on the cheerleaders' prize-winning float. A unque feature of this year's Homecoming Parade was the presentation of Hoats by nine school organizations. First prize went to the Cheerleaders, second , to Girls' Athletic Association, and third to "N" Club. Other Iioats were entered by the Stu- dent Council, Spanish Club, Ushers Club, Choir, Future Farmers of America, and Future Homemakers of America. I 'Pr Homecoming Queen Kay Galbreath, center, and her court Judy White, left, and Judie Anderson, right, delight a young fan with their autographs. It takes many students, much worry, and a great deal of work to produce such a big NHS Homecoming celebration as the one presented this year under the direction of Margie Thomas and her committees. The full week's celebration began on Monday morning, October 29, 1957, when the student body chose three finalists for queen from sixteen candidates. At a preliminary dance held in the cafeteria that night, the three finalists were announced and crowned by Coach Carey. Following the homecoming Parade a pep rally was held. According to tradition a large bonfire was lighted, and several football players gave Words of encouragement for the game. The cheerleaders led cheers around the fire. Climaxing the thrilling week were the game in which we stoutly played but were soundly defeated by Grand Haven, the crowning of 'lovely Kay Galbreath as our queen, and the packed alumni dance held in our cafeteria that evening. Shirley Baker serves cake to Queen Kay at the Homecoming dance. Sue Smith just "can't look" at her report card which her advisor, Mr. Neal Singles, hands her. The library conference room is being used by juniors Sharon Sawyer, Betty Gordon, john Cook, and Dick Marks. X xref lxc My X Y- M mv i Q During the advisory period Principal Luce makes the morning announcements, the adviser holds personal conferences and makes out absentee and special ex- cuse slips for the day, the student coun- cil activities are discussed, and, ofcourse, feverish last minute lesson preparations are completed by students before first hour classes. Many of us arrive by 8:10 to go to the library which is one of the finest in the state. Miss Hoyt and her assistants ably assist in finding reference materials and books to read. Dale Miller makes good use of the library while Miss Hoyt keeps an eye on us as we work before school. Such speakers as the famous half-miler Glenn Cunningham and race driver Jimmy Dwaltz have shared their ex- periences With us. Through movies tak- en by our guests we have hunted lions and gone to Alaska. School talent is also used in the auditorium programs in the form of the annual Christmas program and previews of the plays and other stu- dent productions. Mfe really enjoy the efforts of the Student Council Audi- torium Program Committee. it 'ff .ll E1 1 Bob Pierce is a familiar sight during auditorlum pro grams as he leads us in the pledge to the flag Marilyn Tonkin, Pat Pointer, Marcia Steiner, Judy Zehrung, Sandra Nagy, Norman Goodling Jim Karstens Bob Farr, Bill Teeple, Bob Hasper, and Bob Pierce were soloists at the annual Christmas program presented by the Vocal Music Department. 53 x,....i www 'sara 4 Front Row: Mary Ellen Good, Joan Pfeiferle, Bonnie Bevilacqua, Marsha Merson, Mary Lee Briney, Mary jane Snover, Lova jo Zielinski, julie White, Linda Meyer. Second Row: Sally Ahlgrim, Vice President, Nancy Hillyer, Shirlev Smith, Sue WVise, Don Krieger, Dick Boettcher, Harry Lydick, Mary jo Patterson, john Ohl, Dave Davis, Chuck Haas, Ann Mould, Jane Moore. Third Row: Kathy Kale, Karen Dutoi, Sandy Weed, Pat Meyer, joan Anderson, Karen Frevol, Grace Villwock, DeVonne Marble, Ronald Szot, Deanna Pederson, Barbara Njus, Tim Clark, Forrest Geary, Dave Vlard, John Medo, Dale Smith, Carole Fairchild, Teresa Phelps, Jim Raschel, Pat Huss. Fourth Row: Lois Horvath, Karen Anderson, Helen Hargreaves, Marilyn Ralston, Kay Loos, Bob Cassleman, Noel Legnigk, Bob Craig, Gene Gillispie, Secretary-Treasurer, Bill Cramer, Jeff Hale, Bill Harrell, Dave Brown, Dave Culver, Mark Vernau, Sharon Pollock, Dave Click, Don Dodge, joe Davis, David Vary, Pearl FunNel, Larry Deitrich, Bob Richtor, Allan Friend, Larry Kelly, Bill Mclnnis, Marilyn Jorgensen, janet jedele. Marty Alford, Carol True, Kay McDonald. Back Row: Granville Miller, Dick Cooper, Connie jones, Marsha Wilson, Gail Meyers, Beverly Gillis, Bill Clingenpeel, Bob Greene, Kenneth Ferry, Mike Haviland, Keith Hess, Ivan Bradley, Steve Schuyler, Doug Fry, Kenneth Seifert, Bill liycleshymer, Patricia Pagano, Carol Mihills, Mr. Alleman, band teacher, Carol Taylor, Barry Borst, jim Sinith, Leroy Everhart, President, Harry Miller, Jerry Steere, Leroy Hilligoss, Howard Schock, Dick Farrell, Ed Geishert, Ralph Heller- Absent: Don Klute, Alan Bennett. Front Row: Jerry Steere, assistant Drum Major, Leroy Iiverhart, Drum Major. Back Row: Majorettes Ann Mould, Linda Meyer, Bonnie Bevilacqua, Carol Mihills, Devonne Marble, and janet Jedele. is ' le is fl Q-is r . i - S ' ' ' if , "1 H M ' 3 1' sal .3 4 1 ,353 f , N -'Q 'NJ 9 Among our memories of football games will be that of the Marching Band Qcalled Concert Band after football sea- sonj performing at half-time. Besides playing all types of music, band members practice good sportsmanship and coopera- tion. They learn to appreciate and understand music, to play individual in- struments, and to play in ensembles. Concert Band participated in Michigan State University Band Day, a Marching Festival, a Solo and Ensemble Contest, a Solo and Ensemble Festival, two Band and Orchestra Festivals, the Blossom Parade, and the Memorial Day Parade. The annual Band Bounce, a Winter Concert, and a Spring Concert are pro- duced by Concert Band members. Making plans for the Band Bounce are Sally Ahlgrim, Vice-Presidentg Mr. Allemang Leroy Everhart, Presidentg and Gene Gillispie, Secretary-Treasurer. We're loyal to you, N.H.S. To the yellow and blue, N.H.S. We'll back you to stand 'Gainst the best in the land For we know you have sand, N.H.S. Rah! Rah! So smash that blockade, N.H.S. Go crashing ahead, N.H.S. Our team is our farneis protector. On! boys, for we expect a victory from you N.H.S. Che-he! Che-ha! Che-ha ha ha! Che-he! Cha-ha! Che-he! Che-hal Che-ha ha ha! Che-he! Cha-ha! N.H.S. N.H.S. N.H.S. 'Vw , ,Z fa f Fling out our dear old Hag of yellow and blue, Lead on your sons and daughters lighting for you, Like men of old on giants Placing reliance, shouting defiance Oske Wow Wow! Amid the broad green plains that nourish our land For honest labor and for learning we stand And unto thee we pledge our heart and hand Dear Alma Mater, N.H.S. r" . Xxx' r . ' Front row: Shirley Ingleright, Karen WVelling, Marvin Sorenson, Danny Weller, Sue jones, Maribelle , Gebby. Second row: Barbara Donaghe, Phyllis Godman, Sally Nellans, Phillip Eddy, Lanny Taylor, Duane Wickstrom, Sue Willman, Lynn Ludewig. Third row: Mr. Alleman, Bonnie Bevelaqua, Mary Ellen Good, joan Pfefferle, janet jedele, Sally Ahlgrim, Shirley Smith, Carol Mihills, Pat Pagano. Back row: Keith Hess, Dick Boettcher, Don Krieger, joe Davis, Gene Gillispie, Noel Lesniak Don Dodge. There was no Orchestra last year, but this year the new group, under the direction of Mr. John Alleman, has developed into a capable group striving for better performances and better music to stimulate better music appreciation in the students. Orchestras performances for this year include Winter Concert, Spring Concert, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, Baccalaure- ate, and Commencement. To play popular music and become a member of the Dance Band, band members must successfully pass all the requirements in tryouts. Practice is held once a week. The money earned from playing engagements is used to purchase necessary equipment and music. The Pep Band is a volunteer group of sports fans who play during the intermissions of the home basketball games. Adding to the partisan support, the band encourages school spirit as Well as providing entertainment. 56 Front row: Mr, Alleman, Teresa Phelps, Carole Fairchild, Sue Wise, Carol Taylor. Second row: Grace Villwock, Larry Deitrich, Alan Bennett, Dave Vary, Joe Davis, Bill Clingenpeel. Back row: Bob Craig, Leroy Everhart, Noel Lesniak. Pat Pagano. Front row: Bill !Clingenpeel, Bob Greene, Keith Hess. Second row: Bonnie Bevilacqua, Linda ' Meyer, Mary Ellen Good, Pat Huss, Nancy Hillyer, Karen Freevol. Deanna Pederson, Sally Ahlgrim. Third row: joe Davis, Alan Bennett, Larry Kelly, Pearl FunNell, Alan Friend, Harry Lydickf Back row: Gene Gillispie, jeff Hale, Bill Cramer, Leroy Everhart fwith bassj , Harry Miller, jim Smith, jerry Steeref- ' 57 Mike Fraser takes his turn at selling at the game. Here Carol Taylor and an unidentified girl buy potato chips. Front Row: Dale Johnston, Treasurer, Ken XfVagley, President, Bob Pierce, Vice Presidentg Charles Curtis, Secretaryg Bob Huinbarger, Larry Van Lue, Toni Schuler, Torn Cuyott, Clarence Frantz. Second Row: Jim Young, Bruce Secor, Henry Duis, Mike Brown, Marty Liggett, Fred Quick, john May, Dick Harger, jim Worland. Third Row: Don Dodge, Dennis Moore, Bob Calvert, Roger Gentry, Ray Brooks, Mike Fraser, jim Martin, jim Falvey, Henry Haase, Kent Hunziker. Fourth Row: Ron Stull, Ron Ploinb, Harry Watson, Ralph Hetler, Norm Frucci, Jerry YVingeart, Tom Smith, Bob Hasper, Bob Leets. Terry Linville, Paul Bennett, Dale McBain. Back Row: Paul Kruggell, John Carlton, Charles Luke, Mr. Pilarski, Mr. VVeede, Mr. Carey, Mr. Whitwam, Advisors. 58 Coach Carey congratulates Charlie Curtis at the fall awards assembly. To be eligible for the athletic club membership, a boy must have been awarded a Major Letter in inter-scholastic athletics, be passing in at least fifteen hours of scholastic work, have undergone the initiation Qwhich follows the presentation of awardsj as set by the initiation committee. The purpose of "N" Club is to foster a hner spirit of sportsmanship among boy athletes, to promote a higher interest in athletics, to create more interest in high scholar- ship among athletes, and to provide social activities for its members and friends. One of the club's achievements was the purchase of a 16mm movie camera fpaid for last year and this year by sales of ice cream bars, potato chips, cokes, and other refresh- mentsj. It is used for taking pictures of football and basket- ball games so that the athletes can discover their mistakes when seeing these Hlms. 59 4: Choir members rollick with Frosty the Snowman in the winter scene from the Variety Show 60 ALF Front Row: Judie Anderson, Frances Prusinski, Barbara Mudd, Marilyn Tonkin, Sally Maxwell,.Carol Schaefer, Abby Hibbard, May Galbreath, Secretary, Colette Morse, Kay Galbreath, Vice'President, Karen Frucci, Betty Frantz, Sharon Wetzel. Second Row: Pat Lee, Joyce Reynolds, Phyllis Godman, Marcia Steiner, Diane Mattix, Barbara Taliaferro, Pat Pointer, Nancy Lepel, Marjorie Thomas, Sandy Nagy, Saran Peters, Judy Zehrung, Mary Ellen Gondeck, Mr. Flora. Third Row: Joline Forbes, Marcia Malbone, Carol Shook, Shirley Shugars, Ileen Gibbs, Judy Fout, Joan Lingnowski, Judy Barr, Rita Herrman, Elizabeth Egbert, Marcia Wet- zel, Sally Goddard, Diane Bartholomew. Fourth Row: Dave Hoskin, George Stratton, Dean Kolberg, Jim XfVorland, John Cook, Dick Adler, Tom Mack, Presi- dent, Dennis Moore, Bill Teeple, Dick Harger, Treasurer, Brenda Dobson, Sally Haley, Sue Krajci, Maribelle Gebby. Back Row: Tom Raschel, Kenneth Malone, George Pa' quette, Bob Leets, Tom Smith, Bob Hasper, Daryl Bailey, Jim Rossow, Bob Pierce, Bob Calvert, Steve Elder, James Karsten, Dick Simpson, Bob Farr, Norm Goodling. ' -Ci s-'free . Quartet: George Pacquette, Steve Elder, Ric Hoskin, and Dennis Moore. 61 X b- LX Front Row: Gloria Bowman. Carole Klein, Jeanette Simms, Joan Dell, Secretary-Treasurer, Susie Lee. Saundra Hitzeman, Margi Morris, Ruth Ann Ramsay, Janet Shedrow, Sue Szweda, Julie Hendricks, Nancy Finley, Patricia Murphy. Second Row: Vernon VVilson, Roger Vore, Karen An- thony, Rosa Rocha, Sandi McConnell, Peg Nellans, Delores Davis, Barbara Donaghe, President, Jan Smith, Judy Vllegner, Amelia Kupper, Ann Baumgartner, Joyce Schmidt, Sandi Smith. Third Row: Mr. Flora, Dave Hand, Harold Masten, John Farmer, Secretary-Treasurer, David Vinnedge, Dick Mack, Vice President, Luther Layman, Ted Mullett, Jerry Quick, Dennis Dalenburg, Judy Roehm, Ester Ellis, Mitzie Surge, Vice President, Pat Elenbaas, Carole Taylor, Marvelyn Line. Fourth Row: Larry Lipps, Dick Cody, Dave Eliason, Paul Crouch, Jack Mooney, David Zehrung, Mike Machal- leck, Allan Coles, Rodger Zehrung, Sharon Mitchell, Jalayne Luckey, Gayle Birt, Carolyn Wood, Sue Smith, Katie Mlade. Back Row: Dale Anderson, Jerry Kuhl, Bob Cook, Tom Haley, Lonnie Carlisle, Rich Ramsby, President, David Miller, Dennis Davies, Steve Curtis, Jim Donaghe, Pat DeYA7itt, Ron Hartline, Tom Fairchild, Ray Brooks, DaveXSmith, Dick Marks, Harry Slaughter. Front Row: Mr. Flora, Judy Mfhitiield, Anita Smith, Sue Young, Doreen Hegerfeld, Juanita Hilligoss, Rosalie Bupp, Judy Raderstorf, Linda Xveaver, Shirley Jann, Pat Bevill, Vice President, Sandra Fleming. Second Row: Caroline Plath, President, Darlene Rhoads, Helen Green, Betty Mangus, Margaret Jaeger, Annie Hubbard, Yvonne Tiffany, Mary Kaye Tolliver, Jackie Cochran, Mary Catherine Corey. Third Row: Jo Ann Porter, Karen Gibbs, Linda Hfigent, Karen Frigaard, Sherry Hess, Linda Taliaferro, Marilee Morgan, Yvonne Reyniers, Marcille Andress, Pat Bailey, Louann Domke, Kathryn Kupper. Back Row: Carol Mogle, Ruth Griefer, Delores De- VVachter, Vicky Visser, Sec- retary-Treasurer, Barbara Leggett, Diane Nieb, Molly Pearce, Carol Clevenger, Diane Cates, Kathy Wein- heimer, Marilyn Sallack, Carolyn Davis. amllhe ? av fi 1 1 1 '?59 'f I Q -4 ,lx , if , Q ..- I st ' ?' + 3, ,, 5, x M 'H I I u Q I l " 1 if -3 X 3-'4 Mrs Moskal's assistant Valerie Putz helps correct Spanish papers. Spanish Club furthers interest and knowledge of Spanish-speak- ing countries, studies customs of these lands in better detail, and gives further opportunity to use the language. Several after-game dances were sponsored by Spanish Club. For Pan-American Week, The Club decorated the Spanish room and gave a tea for the Faculty. A float was entered by Spanish Club in the Homecoming Parade. front Row: Mary Jo Patterson, Mrs. Moskal, Advisor, Barb Taliaferro, Vice President, Marcia Nialbone, Treasurer. Maureen O'Conner, Secretary, Steve Elder, President, Suzie Garns, Nancy Davis. Second Row: Sandy Nagy, Karen Freevol, Barbara Leggett, Sally Nellans, Marilyn Jorgensen, Karen Kinne, Dorothy Osborn. Back Row: Bob Calvert, Molly Pearce, jane Moore. john Carlton, Bob Woods, Marty Liggett, jim Falvey, Lee Herron, Alan Bennett. l le ' - - , ,asa s s - iz .. f. i "' 1 .W '-'1 P'if"'2'.4 V ' mv. .amiga "Iliff Front Row: Bob Humbarger, Harold Rudlaff, John Ohl, David Carlson, Captain, Rich Ferguson, and Bob Quillen. Back Row: Don Dodge, Bill Eycleshymer, Keith Hess, Communications Officer, John Reyniers, First Officer, Kenny Jones, Jim Bruhler, and Mr. Hinrich, jet Pilot. In NHS is a mathematics club Whose members are interested primarily in engineering. This is the Jets Club, which seeks to promote understanding of var- ious engineering concepts and to ad- vance the members educationally. An understanding of the slide rule and its use, and of quadratic equations and their applications are achieved by Jets members. The goals to be met by the club are the production of an indi- vidual project by each member and the completion of a club project. A display of projects is to be held in May. Dave Carlson, john Reyniers, and Keith Hess work on building a car 3 JETS Club project. it it P F 65 wwf 5 Wm I7 amiga 45 Ama 89 Mm 707 Marllyn Tonk1n Marty Llggett and Ivan Bradley rece1ve HSSISIJHCS from Mr. Vander meulen If we plan to go to college We take prep courses which empha- size math, science, and language. We hope to maintain a better than C plus average to qualify for college entrance. Janet Jedele points to the figure to prove a polnt ln trig. BUSINESS EDUCATION The Business Education Department offers the following course sequences. The purpose of each sequence is to prepare pupils for initial jobs in the job areas selected. TENTH GRADE Second Semester First Semester English 4 English 3 Typing 2 Typing 1 Bookkeeping 2 Elective Elective Bookkeeping 1 1' Homemaking 3 and 4 may be elected to satisfy one year of science. ELEVENTH GRADE Clerical fSequencej English 5 and 6 American History 1 and 2 Clerical Training 1 and 2 Typing 3 and 4 Secretarial fSequencej English 5 and 6 American History 1 and 2 Shorthand l and 2 Typing 3 and 4 TWELFTH GRADE Clerical fSequencel Business Law 1, Gov't l Clerical Training 3 and 4 'English 7 and 8 Elective-Elective Secretarial fSequencej Business Law 1, Gov't 1 Shorthand 3 and 4 it English 7 and 8 Office Training 1 and 2 Distributive Ed. QSequencej Business Law-Government l Salesmanship 1-Retail Selling l 'F English 7 and 8 Elective-Elective 'N' Not required but recommended. 2 . Q '. f kt, 'Gil f i ff x ws' x V . x 'Xxx x wg . A Y , . ' -1' is Q , , , ,4 9.-S. . lx 1 51, A '- ' 7 H 71: if 7 .wa " . XL. . " X . 11 ' .4 x, Q, . " .w fn- . -L , xx x 67 Front Row: Sandy Ritter, Janice Smith, Historian, Barbara Tracey, Secretary, Kathy Healy Vice-President, Mary Jo Stull, President, Betty Frantz, Reporter, Colette Morse, Parliamentar- ian, Mrs. Cousins, Advisor. Second Row: Judy Raderstorf, Christine Slater, Shirley Baker, Shirley Jann, Sue Siderits, Gayle Briggs, Barbara Riddle, Jo Ann Thornton. Third Row: Sandy McConnell, Judy Barker, Barbara Dittniar, Ginger Brockus, Merry Jo Haines, Betty Gordon, Pat Trieber, Barbara Mudd. Fourth Row: Sally Thurston, Judy Petro, Pat Scelig, Lila Uselton. Linda McAbee, Mary Snover, Marilee Morgan, Pat Haas, Sharon Perry. Back Row: Diana Muntz, Kathleen Klindworth, Judy Johnson, Carolyn Davis, Joan Porter, Oleta Preston, Mary Clark, Pat Huss, Mary Kaye Tolliver. Serving a piece of her prize-winning cherry pie to the runners-up Yvonne Tiffany and Barbara Kane is Delores Jann. 16 fi XX .,MA,,,,.-1-"Zi 68 1 , Judy jorgenson, kneelingg JoAnne Porter and Carolyn Davis standingg make good use of the facilities in the home-ec room. fi To further interest in home economics, to provide wholesome individual and group recreation, and to give special study to some of the various fields of homemak- ing-these are the purposes of FHA. On January 10, FHA spon- sored a local cherry pie contest. In the Homecoming Parade one of the beautiful cars was deco- rated by the girls of FHA. Other activities on the FHA Calendar include: National FHA Week, Region 5 meeting, State Confer- ence in Grand Rapids, participa- tion in the Donkey Basketball Game, sponsorship of several rec- bake sale. ord dances, and a Throughout the year the FHA members follow planned program a specific, and work to attain the various degrees of FHA. These girls are learning that "A stitch in time saves nine." They are: Mary jane Amik and Margie Morris, frontg Dorothy Thomas and Amelia Kupper, gw. 4 A J - mf 'La back. ...V . '--'vw wa ., Um.. 4 ,Q ,G 4 Clif. v- v . 9 ...N fx- s VR. ,- .5 ff.a.,. 212 MX -L .: -is -. a' a,"fg auf-I 4. U ra' ef.. ,W "M . gl . ...-- ' ak., ,V Q, .A r 'uv",.ifi ,. 3 5 e x i., . - 'S .I gy. .. , .gy AN- R ,AMI M ful' 4' -3 ,,g'y1Uf.,,?J,l M, .1 . 4. 3 -, Af! I 69 Y, IPX ll' LfIi,,,g'1l,, 9 1 Ill Tom Talley calls the meeting to order. The other members of the Parliamentary Procedure Group are: Ray Morris, Ray Van Deusen, Frank Brock, Bill Lawson, and Leroy Van Dusen. Our Niles Chapter of FFA broke all rec- ords this year when it won all four district speaking championships Qparliamentary procedure, demonstration, farm form, and public speakingj at an all-day competition at Benton Harbor. Our Future Farmers organization has a long list of activities: Leadership Training Camp, Centerville Fair, Better Chapter Award, National Convention, Soil Judging Act, Farmers lfVeek, District Contest, State Convention, Spring Contest. i 2 5 I I Agriculture has always been a rich Amer- ican heritage. Our Future Farmers of' Amer- ica strive to keep this heritage for us and our posterity. Their primary aim is to de- velop agricultural leadership, cooperation, and citizenship. Producing fifteen acres of wheat cooper- atively and selling seeds are two of FFA's achievements. These boys also hold a tractor operators contest, cut fence posts, test soil. psf! Everyone but the donkeys enjoyed the Donkey Basketball Game. Front Row: Tom Villvock, Dale Sherwood, Treasurer, jim Reed, Sentinel, Bill Stewart, Mr. McMillen, Advisor, Ken Malone, Reporter, Tom Tally, President. Richard Kaup, Secretary, Martin Daly, Vice President. Second Row: jerry Quick, jerry Matthews, jim Wagley, Ran Van Deusen, Frank Brock, Tom Gamble, Dale Johnston, Larry Van Lue, Paul Crouch, Leroy Van Dusen. Back Row: Pat McCarthy, jim Miller, Arthur Drewer, Michael Eaton, Fred Huffman, jim Karstens, Dwight Bollman, Eugene Williams, Paul Dunnuck, Tom Wiggins, Bill Lawson, Ed Reed. 71 ,, Bowling was offered to junior girls in gym class. Miss Rizor instructs Lee Ellsworth in the art of holding the bowling ball. These American history students are going to be tested by Mr. Singles to see how much they have learned. General courses offer us a variety of career and scholastic subjects. Required of every stu- dent in Senior High School are three years of English, American history, and government. 72 I , V,W..d-" 'ws Betty Wiser has yet to decide just what she will make, but Sue Pipher and Sandy Wolf are working hard to finish a ceramic statue and bank. Mrs. Klopfenstein shows posters from IVANHOE to Dennis Dalenburg and Mike Stoll. - 'TZ X Q . 'J J X A: f Q-6 Nt fi 'Q if ldg- . mg-5f,f:s Q LWCDIBKTOW lizf, ii' la 73 Front row: Joy Munroe, Judy Mapes, Helen Juhase, Marilee Morgan, Emma Shadley, Madeline Hicks, President, Nancy Finley, Janis Rodgers, Donna lfVhite, Mary Tolliver, Tyra Egbert. Second row: Miss Rizor, Advisorg Judy Ham, Sally Thurston, Muriel McCalebb, Dorothy Osborn, Jean Hollar, Karen Prenkert, Sharon Long, Gwenne Sipe, Judy Riifl, Karen Hibbard, Miss Parrott, Advisor. Third row: Jean Dawson, Lovenia Dorsey, Mary Hermann, Pat Falvey, Pat Seelig, Roberta Buckle, Carol Suabedissen, Jeanne Kozmer, Ruth Kuemen, Lee Ellsworth, Sally Maxwell, Treasurer. Back row: Ruth Ann Yaw, Secretary, Sharon Albrecht, Donna Young, Carol Clevenger, Margaret Cook, Betty Shuford, Carol Ullow, Paulette Snelson, Audrey Goodman, Kathleen Klindworth, Oleta Preston, Maryellen Buckley. l t Playdays, sport days, letter awards, and playing games of all types of sports are activities of the Girls' Athletic Association, which any girl in NHS may join. There are five purposes of GAA: to provide opportunities for participation in girls' athletic activities, to encourage participa- tion and interest in girls' ath- letics and sports, to offer oppor- tunities for leadership, to en- courage sportsmanship and good citizenship, and to promote a recreational program for girls of Niles Senior High School. Madeline Hicks, Ruth Ixuemin, Etha Fouche, and Eleanor Jorgensen watch the ball to see if it will mean two more points. Dressed like devils for their act in the Gym Show are left' to right jalayne Luckey, Judy Roehm, julie Hendricks, Sue Szweda, Marvelyn Line and Sharon Mitchell. By team-work and cooperation the junior boys finally pulled the seniors over the line to win the competition. X 4 J' 1 QI , X . '- 'Q-1' - ,- Re '-'V kv q, ' 'sl ,uni 'A id'- 4 As. fl , N f ' 1 -I " ,, X ,QV ,awww Gym teacher Margaret Parrott watches happy juniors leave the gym after their victory. The snow was so deep that all area schools were - closed except Niles for a period of several days. 1 -L ' - a a , Q ' V Much is new this year. Our new superintendent Paul Appel and our new principal C. Lester Luce in front of our new high school. ,,.s+i". 'K - l'll fn 4, Q X , Em Q: 7,b gfftn to In ""fSlPAK X dum t- -vs, ff The arrival of Asiatic-Hu, the common cold, and glandular fever caused more absence than usual. In 1957-58 probably the greatest single inliuence upon the world and Niles High School was the successful launching of the Russian Sputnik, pre- ceding the American Vanguard by three months. ,Q Front Row: Sonny Frantz, Typist, Yvonne Reyniers, Judy Whitheld, Sheila Kenny, Maureen O'Connor, Barbara Taliaferro, Typist, DeVonne Marble, Karen lVelling, Nancy Davis. Second Row: Carole Suabedisscn, Exchange Editor, Nancy Lepel, Ileen Gibbs, Typist, Patty Decker, Sally Ahlgrim, Ric Hoskin, Business Manager, Dennis Moore, Diane Bartholomew, Co-editor, Sandra Nagy, Joyce Elo, Circulation Manager. Back Row: Harold Rudlaff, Louie Harper, Mechanical Editor, Bob Thorpe, Steve Elder, Tom Raschel, Co-editor, Norman Frucci, Mr. lVesterhof, Advisor, Judy Fout, Sally Goddard, Suzie Krajci, Sally Haley, Typist. Running off a stencil for a UNEXV MOON" page are the Business Manager, Ric Hoskin, and Typist, Clarence Frantz, with the assistance of Mr. lvesterhof. Involved in the planning, typing, and selling of the school paper are co-editors Tom Raschel and Diane Bartholomew, Exchange Editor, Carole Suabedisseng Circulation Manager, Joyce Elo, and the top-seller, Sharon Morehouse. rs 6 r Q NEW MOON Aside from presenting the school news to the students and covering the main social events, the New flloon strives to develop responsibility in its staff and readers, stimulate increased com- mand ol good English, and pro- vide experience in such activities as editing, proof-reading, stencil- ing, page layout, and selling. The staff this year has again urged the addition of a journal- ism class to the high school cur- riculum. Q 1 ts T3.s3'f3'it '- ' 55 fe: ,vmgf M213 if -N1 t X 5-? ffl Pat Ostrander sells Tom Mack a lunch ticket. Students crowd around the table to get their silverware, napkins, and straws. "fr 9? i Marianne Smole returns her tray to the dish washing room window. las... Barbara Taliaferro, Senior Editor, trims senior pictures while Kaye Welling, Sophomore Class Editor, and Clar- ence Frantz, Assistant Editor, alphabetize class names. Sally Haley and Paulette Snelson try to make a picture fit the page in the School Life Section. Georgia Shankland, Editorg Diane Bartholomew, Photo Editorg and Mr. Russell Severe, discuss the page layout for the 1957-58 TATTLER. Putting out a yearbook demands much time, cooperation, and patient work. After determining such matters as theme, cover design, cover color, and organization, the actual work begins in earnest with deadlines to be met with photographs, identifications, and copy. Three different dummies are made out before the final dummy is completed. All material must be sent to the printer twice - - thus two major deadlines. After all screened photos and linotyped material is retumed by the printer, -they must be pasted as per dummy on mount- ing boards and sent in for the final time and on time we hope for an early delivery in May. Then just as the TATTLER is " put to bed ", the staff begins again either on the summer supplement due before September or on the 1959 TATTLER so a good start can be made for the next year. 1 -wx KN. Staff Artist, Tom Raschel shows Roger Geoffenyf Sports Editor, the Sports division page. In the darkroom are Tattler photographers, Rich Ferguson, Dick Van Patten, Mike Stoll, and Harold Rudlaff. Sonja Streator sells Pat Seelig her name in gold on her Tattler. , i Front Row: janet jedele, Student Business Manager, Mr. Walker, Advisor, and Sheila Kenny Sales Manager. Sitting: Joyce Schmidt, Mary McLaughlin, Linda Meyer, Teresa Phelps, Sharon Morehouse and Sandra Nagy, Assistant Sales Managers, Toni Bogue, and Nancy Lepel, Treasurer. Standing: Dennis Moore, Noel Lesniak, Mary Ellen Good, Maribelle Gehhy, Sally Goddard, Mary Ellen Gondeck, joan Schmidt, and Carolyn VVood. Happy because they broke the Tattler sales record are To SCCUIAC CIIOUgh income to pay all Janet Jedele and Sheila Kenny- expenses of the school yearbook is the very important task of the Tatzfler Busi- ness Staff. This includes selling of ads by the agents, Taftler sales by the sales managers, and the selling of name cards by the treasurer. Each year the staff seeks to better the ad section and to sell as many Tattlers as possible. In the fall the business staff brings in ads and sells Taitlers. In the winter ad copy is prepared and name cards are sold to seniors. In the spring Tattlers are de- livered and unpaid ads are collected. All the school year continuous publicity for X, the campaign contributes much to the success of the total result. 80 One of Chris Thorpe's jobs as Mr. :5chwan's assistant is to clean the aquarium. Front row: Carol Schaefer, Historian-Reporterg Kay Mc- Donald, Treasurer, Marcia Malbone, Vice Presidentg Kathy Kale, Secretary, Bob Thorpe, President. Second row: Anita Smith, Jean Holler, Judy Riffl, Jeanne Kozmer, Maureen O'Connor, Barbara Leggett, Joan Pfefferle. Third row: Carol Taylor, Karen Anthony, Judy VVegner. Marsha Merson, Carole Suabedissen, Janet Jedele, Mary Kaye Tolliver, DeVonne Marble, Karen Vtfelling. Back row: Gayle Birt, Carole Fairchild, Lynn Ludewig. Paulette Snelson, Oleta Preston, Sally Ahlgriin, Maribelle Gebby, Sally Haley, Jalayne Luckey, Mr. Vandermeulen To acquaint high school students with the profession of teaching and its advantages and possibilities for advancement is the purpose of our Future Teachers of America organization. The club also seeks to interest students in the field of work that will be best suited to their talents, whether it may be teaching or a related field. The Ella Champion chapter of the FTA has visited elementary classes, contributed to the School for Exceptional Children in Niles, and met with state representatives in business meet- ings at St. Mary's Lake Camp. For years the FTA has sold plastic Tattler covers to get money for future projects and work. 81 i Patty Cottrell, last year's Snowball queen, crowns Mary McLauchlin and Bob Hasper as Queen and King Clarence Frantz entertains during the intermission of the 1957 Snowball with a recitation on "Wimmin." SNOWBALL COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Mary McLauchlin-General Chairman Judie Anderson Diane Bartholomew Suzie Garns Gary Gitchell Sally Haley Bob I-Iasper Ric Hoskin Karen Kinne Don Krieger Tom Raschel Sandy Schulke Marcia Steiner Margie Thomas Bob Thorpe Marilyn Tonkin Judy White Front Row: Rosella McLaughlin, Bonnie O'Brien, Patty Decker. Mary hICLZlllCl1llIl, Sheila Kenny, Margie Thomas. Second Row: Barbara Mudd, Pat Brown. Lori Stowe, Toni Bogue. Karen Frucci, Mitzie Brock. Back Row: XVendy Kiger. Pat Falvey. Mr. Whitwzun, Advisor. Sue Smith, Judy Petro. The Niles High School Usher Club was organized by and is sponsored by Joseph lfVhit- wam to provide ushering service for all school functions and civic events or programs. The twenty-one picked girls fseven from each Senior High classy are always willing to serve where their services will be helpful to the programs offered. Members for Ushers Club are chosen on the basis of dependability, neatness in appearance, and scholarship. During this year the Ushers have worked at thirty-five school events and ten civic events. Shias Head Usher, Barb Barr, shows two gentlemen the stairs to the baicony in the auditorium. 34. Miss Clevering puts make-up on Dale Miller before he goes on stage. Diane Wirent, Betty Frantz, and joan Dell watch intently. Dennis Moore and Skip Harrison produce sound effects backstage. if , Wf'S?9l ""'SrlNs This year's Junior play Qunder the direction of Mr. William Pottsj , A Connecticut Yankee in King A1'tlzu1"s Court, was somewhat different from the ordinary draw- ing-room comedy. Based on Mark T wain's book of the same name, the fantasy spoofed both ancient and modern times and ways. The Yankee, a young graduate engineer, was trans- ported from the present day back to King Artl1ur's time, and nearly all the action takes place in the main hall of the castle at Camelot. Between scenes, Mr. Potts directs Abby Hibbard and Iohn Farmer to their places for the next scene. Q s 'W 2" paw- - 84 fy . In one scene, Ann Mould seemingly enjoys hitting Danny Weller over the head. lf! Front row: Dennis Moore, Hankg john Cook, Clarenceg Ann Mould, Elaineg Dale Miller, Sir Launcelotg Karen Hibbarcl, Queen Gwenevereg Chris Thorpe, King Arlhurg Sandra Nagy, Morgan LeFayg john Farmer, Merlin. Back row: Abby Hibbard, Sand 3 Dann W ll S' y y e er, lr Sagramorg Barbara Bearse, Mrs. Bennettg Mr. Potts, Directory Ruth Ramsay, Merlin. 123 zfivffi X K ,. 3 85 Tom Smith, second from left, meets Martians for the first time as he lands on Mars They are May Galbreath, far left, Bob Hasper and Kenny Malone foreground and Barb Bearse and Joyce Reynolds, background. Over 275 persons were turned away from the second performance of the 1958 Variety Show, because of a complete sell-out. There were several unique and oustanding features which made the show a tremendous success. The 1958 production used more scenery than has ever been used in any of the previous productions. Most of the scenery was of the modern sug- gestive type. Since there were scenes on the planet Mars, scenes from Kurt Weill's musical drama "Down in the Valley", a New York night club scene, and 4 scenes of a small mid-western town which depict life on Earth in America dur- ing the 4 seasons of the year, there was a variety of costumes. The whole production was under the direction of Mr. George Flora, choral di- rector, with the help of the student directors, Dennis Moore and Tom Raschel. There were approximately 40 different lighting effects which highlighted the biggest production ever put out by the Niles Senior High School Vocal Music Department. 86 Ak fix? 139 mv..-I Choir members stand in the background while Marilyn Tonkin, Jennie Parsonsg and jim Rossow, Brack Weaverg go through a scene from "Down In The Valley." Bob Leets plays drums and Steve Elder plays piano while Marcia Steiner sings "Basin Street Blues." Tom Raschel sings "Go On With The Wedding," and Judie Anderson portrays three year old Bobby. janitor, Arley Cullum, cleans the board after we have gone home. A teacher locks his room for the night. M76 hgvg Come t0 5511001 early for meetings, learned many new things in our classes, and, of course, received our assignments for tomorrow. The day is over. Tonight we may attend a school or community activity or study, as the spirit moves us. Tomorrow we shall re- And our school waits until we return tomorrow. turn to NHS Qngg more, cs- ,,....,,, M .. v, .. .O X 0 S' . ' Aff WMU' 'WW " 1 ' ' " .- f -- 'f WSW YNY X X I-ni' ' " " :' - If-.1 .. '. ,r:.t -.Mc 2 - --W-aff ' fa . s c A ii Q--W..2...s.:.sQ..,.4s,,,,tQtQ swam A ,t A . 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