Shrine of the Little Flower High School - Theresian Yearbook (Royal Oak, MI)
- Class of 1952
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ODETHITZG HLOTIE IS
V O L U M E T W O
SHRINE OF THE LITTLE FLOWER HIGH SCHOOL
Roy al Oak Mxchxgan
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Published by the Graduating Class of 1952
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A beam of light played upon the holy
font and illumined the sleeping face of Marie
"I baptixe thee in the name of the Father
and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost." At
these words ol the French cure, God smiled
and welcomed our patroness into the realm
of the supernatural.
That light was apparently subdued for
a time by the log of a sinful world. But as
Therese grew and the life and gifts of the
Holy Ghost attained their lull development in
her, again and again the fog was pierced:
By the first childish manifestations of her little
ways: by her early entry into Carmel: by the
manner ot living which she crystallized as her
Little Way: and by her premature and anxious-
ly awaited death.
ln a somewhat allegorical manner we,
the graduates, attempt to bring you in this
volume our little actions, guided by her light
and blessed in her Way. For, il we are pro-
perly motivated and follow her path, one day
we, too, shall approach perfection and whisper
as St. Therese did, "My way is sure-I am
THE LIGHT OF HER LOVE-guides us along
HER LITTLE WAY-simple yet' strong.
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REV CHARMS L COUGHLIN
And afler my deulb I uzll le! fall u .vbouer of roses
Our patroness St Therese of Llsieux meant these words We who attend
Shrine High School haye proof of the particular graces she has showered on
those who are members of the first church in the world to hawe been dedicated
That such a signal honor is ours is the result of the devotion and a monu
ment to the zeal of its pastor and our friend Father Charles E Coughlin
During our school years Father has focused our minds and hearts on Therese
burned in her so strongly
In some small measure of appreciation and gratitude me graduates of
1952 dedicate this yolume to you Father Wfe hope that it will tell you how
we have tried to use the ads antages which you have given us in both the material
and spiritual beauty which surrounds us We hope further that we may live up
to the high ideals you haye always held out to us whom you hawe often so
generously styled the best boys and girls in the world
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Rev. Thomas F. Rodgers, C.S.Sp.
It was in 1950 that Father Rodgers ac-
cepted his post as an assistant at the Shrine.
As a member of the Holy Ghost Fathers
of Wasliingttmn, D. C., most of Fathers
priestly life has been spent far from his
native Philadelphia, in the various mis-
sions conducted by his congregation here
and in Africa. Father is director of the
Sodality and is famous for his wit.
Rev. Jerome L. Krieg
After serving 27 months as an Army
chaplain, Father Krieg arrived at tht
Shrine in 1946. Father gives senior so
ciology instruction, is moderator of th.
altar boys, athletic director, and acting
superintendent of the high school. Father
is a diocesan priest and a native Detroiter.
Rev. Adrian Doherty, M.S.Ss.T.
Father Adrian claims jersey City,
New jersey, as his home. After four
years in the naval reserve, Father en-
tered the Missionary Servants of the
Most Holy Trinity of Silver Springs,
Maryland, whose principal work is
conducted among the poor and neg-
lected of the South. He acts as spirit-
ual moderator for the Shrine choirs.
Rev. Leonard Foley, O.F.M.
Father Leonard, of the Franciscan
Fathers of St. john Baptist Province,
came to the Shrine in January, 1952,
from Cincinnati, Ohio, where he had
been teaching English for eleven Y93l'5
in the order's minor seminary. Father
is a native of Lafayette, Indiana.-Hfld
his brown habit has become 3 familial'
sight in the halls of the high school
where he teaches religion.
Rev. Richard M. Haney
Detroit- born and diocesan - ordained
Father Haney was named first assistant at
the Shrine in 1950. Father has charge of
the grade school, edits the parish week-
ly, The Shrine Herald, and gives religious
instruction to the sophomores in the high
school. Before coming here, Father was
engaged in parochial work in numerous
parishes throughout the archdiocese.
lie fallw of ight
Sister Marie Clare
Sister Mary Noreen
Sister Mary Edith
Mr. Daugherty spent two years with
the Navy during the last war and com-
pleted his college course at john Car-
roll Universit'y. Aside from time given
to the preparation of his advanced
math classes, this Akron, Ohio native
coaches the basketball team and also
acts as assistant football coach.
joan E. Czarney
The girls' physical education direc-
tor hails from Lorain, Ohio, and is :t
Marygrove graduate. Her work in the
gymnasium is complemented by- her
classroom activity which is composed
of classes in plane geometry and Eng-
Sid lerd of Charity
Sister Marie Concepta
Sister Rose Eleanor
Sister Maria Philomena
Sister Henry Miriam
Sister Mary Eulalie
Sister Marie N orberta
Mrs. Frances S. Keenan
Our well-stocked library shelves are
fortunate in being cared for by the
tiny but capable Mrs. Keenan. For-
merly a teacher in the Detroit public
schools, she often revives her former
profession by "filling in" for an ab-
sent Sister. She has traveled exten-
sively in Europe and is a raduate of
the College of the Sacres Heart in
Cincinnati. Her motto: "Every staff
member and every child a steady cus-
james H. Dailer
Since his arrival here two years ago,
Mr. Dailer has taken the Shrine
Knights under his wing as head coach
and physical education instructor.
Michigan is a new home for this
Wheeling, West Virginia, Army -vet-
eran who points with pride to Notre
Dame as his Alma Mater.
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Furthering the knowledge of
their mother tongue, the students
meet many and varied problems.
These are challenges which spark the
Knights to delve deeper into punctuation,
sentence structure, worthwhile books, an
branch out into a study of the classics.
Good, wholesome reading plays a significant
james NValtcr seems pleased with his contribution to the sound elfccts 'Ulf in the d9V9l0Pl'llem Ol Young mlllfls- rlllfll'
for "Letter To Tuffy"-a junior English radio drama. Carrol Gowatch, Janice Slllllllv Rodllef Galalmeallf 2f1d.NeWf11 Whllnel'
Rine, Richard Streit, and Nancy Miller patiently await the signal to start fll5Cll55 5lllll9Cl5 Wlllcll Wlll Sllmlllale llle feflfl'
mg of good books in the freshman classes.
Harold Van Deusen watches attenttvelv as Robert
DesRoches adds finrshtng touches to the western hemts
phere map for the yuntor sentor economic geography
Quin ll tt yu um .4 IU szu.u..1 1 np,
Because htstory repeats ttself, 1
graphtc account of events past and
present enables Shrmers to apply
these facts to events that may hap
pen tn the future Thus are good ctt
tzens formed By serving thelr coun
try fatthfully they also serve their
God more completely fulfillmg the
two fold Purpose of Catholic educl EHILICIII mstructor Nancy Deermg enumerates Alas
tton to develop good ctttzens who kas adwnfages I0 Charles M1HU8h
are upright Catholtcs
In the sophomore modern hrstory class the untt qucsuon proposed
XVhat would Napoleon thmk of the world today ' Peter Watstmn yolunteercd
to double for that ambtttous gentleman jerry Ktrthner Maureen Cayanaugh
james Shtelds and Nancy Carbary take tt down rn true reporter style
"Rerum Novarum," the famous encyclical of Popc-
Leo XIII, is the subject of Douglas McCarthy's discus-
sion. Ready to check notes are Sheila Cole and Joyce
Snyder. Mary Patricia O'Neill holds a modern applica-
tion of the encyclical in Father Coughlin's explanation
of the CIO and the Chrysler strike of 1938.
Any extra reference required can always be found
in the well-equipped social science section of the Little
Mrs. Keenan is a ready and able helper, and 6,000
total volumes include rare editions from the Bondy lib-
rary on the Constitution and from Father Coughlin's own
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cience eneiraied the Midi
The unknown cosmos poses no difficulties to Richard Ball as he
demonstrates various positions of the planets .in regard to the earth.
Elizabeth PCI!! and Ronald Troy, get a close-up view of the model univers
The complete equipment of our biology laboratory
makes the study of the human anatomy easy. jean Kelly
explains the digestive system, while fellow biologists
Bradley Smith, Joanne Sincie, and Robert Forster take
mental notes on the intricate workings of the human
of the unknown
The atomic age ahead will open a
Scientific field than any yet V
Science is admittedly one of at
most important pursuits of our
civilization. XX'e must train
coming scientists to capably fill
a world bent on destruction, the
scientist must carry the con-
struxtivc light of truth and faith into
the mighty scientific field. As the stu-
dent progresses he cannot possibly fail
to realize the wondrous perfection of s
Almighty God. He cannot fail to see ' f
God in every object, in every living A
thing. And so he cannot fail to respect
Gods handiwork and dedicate himself
to bettering mankind.
W'illiam Phelan uses balanced 'f
equations to solve problems 'f
dealing with the atomic phase
Test tubes, plus rubber aprons, plus hard work build
chemistry students. These junior and senior scientists are
studying basic chemistry procedures. They pause for pictures
in the midst of connecting up the complex apparatus used in
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Father Krieg's army
mass-kit proves of interest
to the senior religion
class. This might be con-
sidered one of the lighter
moments of the sociology
course which includes an
intensive study of the
Popes' encytlicals on La-
bor and Marriage.
Religion- -a ' amp unto Our geet I
Pictures of these religious classes seems to
reflect St. Therese who said, "I have learned to
hnd gladness and cheer in all that is hetterf'
Although proud of its scholastic achievement,
Shrine Highs reason for existence lies in the
spiritual development of each student. With a
heritage of love for God and His Little Flower,
students at Shrine are expected to go far and be
active in the front ranks of Christ's army.
"ls Ibn! what they mean by the 'indulgence' of parents?" smiles
Noel Cloutier. We have a sneaking suspicion that she really under-
stands the panel's discussion of indulgenced prayers, don't you?
lt isn't surprising that confusion can result from rt discussion of
the natural and eternal laws, but john Blakey, Mary Ann Dabaldo,
'md frcd Houung seem pcrfectly at ease.
Michael Calla managed to pro-
duce something amusing in a period
serious to early Christians-the har-
barian invasions. Is Paul Flajole
grinning or is he gnashing his
parkling reafiond on ara e
Lois Streit and Carol Sogan, attired
in their own creations, step forward in
anticipation of a pleasant evening
A dress designer is an artist
who uses cloth and thread as
paint and palette. This urge to
create is common to most women.
Shrine girls have a complete de-
partment which helps them ex-
press their individual personali-
ties in well-fitting fashions.
More accomplishments. Nancy Caro-
lin plays hostess to Beverly Silva
fstandingj and Catherine Hammond as
they model their needlework before
Behind the scenes of the style show,
more stitches are added to Kathryn
Tepe's collection. Coletta Shirk places
Il pattern on a future dress while
Madonna Springer seeks inspiration
from a pattern book.
he lzining wordof ruifz fzaucxfeaue
Second xear Latin g.,c1s into
p rit f s
workshop period john lsinsclla
Ann Murphy and Thomas Vx
mer match vblls as Lenin Baker
plays teacher in 1 xoctbul rx
Tom Sedano soaks up back
ground from Qarolc btutumn
Ted Chase catches up on soma
research work while julie White
and Barbara Baxlex are curious
about a certain item in a Latin
lirst xear Latin calls for plentx
of study and drilling Here ls
one session of xocabularx dicta
tion where uersbodxs doing,
As a background for ll
better understanding of
the liturgy of the Churchg
as an appreciation of the
beauty of classic times,
Litin holds first place
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poses for the banquet
scene from Vergils Ae
neid Daud B ll
Aeneas lb telling ueen
Dido fMaureen Baileyj
about the Trojan War
Maid in wailing Barbara
Iadtl listens patiently
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Mary jane DeGroote, Patricia Slattery, and Barbara
Angott pore over the French newspaper, "La Croisadef'
They intend to increase their continental outlook should
the Marseillaise ever beckon them across the ocean.
New experiences await foreign language stu-
dents whose interests enable them to expand their
social graces and intellectual status. Knowledge
of language is a must for those who would follow
her "Little Way"' not only in prayer, but in
Catholic Action at home and abroad.
Sylvia Frechette and Claude Paquette look on
Laura Byrne and Norman LeZotte join hands as
and American representatives of good will,
on a street in Paris.
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POLUJ CDI AMDIY Cllll
the afiond ,Jud
Spanish menus tempt the palates of Spanish II
students Patricia Mealy, Norbert Stanford, and Florence
Time! Time! It's a problem in any language these
days. But Geraldine Green, Nancy Norton, jane Pater-
son, and Nicholas Sheridon seem to be enjoying them-
Keyd gladlz the Meddag o
Shurlnuta ln suretarlal trammg or axdea
lI'I Lollege asslgnments that s shorthand and
lxpmg Duane Ixlaszlorcws skx lakes dictation
from Shula Lola vslnlc. M1r1lxn Maloney
prauuca on thc clcurlg IXPCWYIILI'
'Nanu Pu.r1.nbuun1 lvalamu the books nn
.m offxnc lmnmng gessxon joan CIILIIILI ns
doing the. basin but urx nuganrx d1.rn.ll
Lczency ora romzdzng gufure
To aspire lo rl plan. rn the business world requires slull .md training Shrmr. eommcrull
tlLl72'l1'll'IlCIll Lomhnnu eoursu ln mnnhrne operaung and business aclmlnrstrauon to prepare
lJUbll'1LSS Ky eoons
ll nork above rn offue lrunmg A nomplele ummplonmetrx urursu. rs .ln adsantage at bhrlne.
Maureen XVhLlan 'mel lllf. june Bugsko have been vsorlung at the Mothers Club monthly
letter on :he elulru nunmeogmph By her Lxpressron Theresa Aquxlrna mrghl haw: been glee
fullx rolling off uwnfcclcmtu monu on :he flulcl duplxmtor
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Three future sun returies, Patricia Kennedy, Norma XVood, and Gertrude Smith are busily
ere jd gouncf the glimmer of Zalent
True artistry is five per-cent genius and
ninety-five per-cent hard work. Each day at Shrine
High is spent in creative work in accordance with
the basic principles of Christian philosophy. This
persistent striving for perfection is evident in the
varied works of both artists and mechanical drafts-
men. As well as painting and sketching with oil,
water colors, pencil and charcoal, Woodcraft, metal
craft and leather work are offered. The draftsmen
have an opportunity to prove their abilities in
some original drawings of a house plan, a cabinet
or some phase of electrical drafting
Aspiring soung artists Roberta Mclntyre and
Curtis Weskalntes prepare to spread the cheer
of the jollw Christmas season with their paint
ing of thoristers
William OConnor is intent on his task of
forming starfoam letters on the industrial gig
savt mathine for the modern art displax in the
Helmuth Roth is patientlx applsing the final
touches to his original architectural plan for
a modern home Problems like this prepare
xoung draftsmen for future challenges in the
rg rag of QBJQ fight which floozld the Sfage
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toria Zoppi is rt direct contrast to the
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Someone calls "curtain'l and our
nlan john Killeen goes into action. lt
is the precision ot' these backstage
workers that make any play an order-
The dramatic club's right ,hand were these
loyal stagehands. Gerald lJeLisle sprays the
new "Hats" while Philip Kinsella and Harold
Cooper concentrate on mixing and straining
XVorking hands and smiling face best describe
the spirit of Ronald Klein as he drives a nail
into the prop staircase.
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A love and flair for dramatics char
ACICIIZCS Shrine students The speeth
class present Murders of Miriam for
the February meeting of the Mothers
Club Miriam was played by Maureen
Bailey, junior, who has had a great
deal of dramatic experience on stage
and television She was also the L
Hudson Company s Christmas Carol
this year and had a float of her own
m the Thanksgning Day parade in
Maureen Bailey as Miriam reveals her idea
for the perfeet erime to a detetuye friend
Lloyd Syron She is determined to prow
that her husband is not the super sleuth hc.
Geraldine Greene and James Manion
Mirianfs good neighbors bow out of the party'
which is the cause of all the trouble.
The maid, Carole Loeser, calls the polite as
Kenneth Coppock, the genius husband, :ries ui
revive Miriam after he has discovered a flaw
in her "murder plans."
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At left, Louise Bischof as the Blessed Virgin, sings
the Christmas message to Brahms "Lullaby." john Killeen
is St. joseph.
Midnight Mass at the Shrine is a colorful and satisfy-
ing ceremony. As their partiin it, the high school enacts
a different phase of the Nativity story each year. Conrad
Blanzy Qwith strollj, john Grohtnan and Thomas Stan-
kevich as the three Wise Men, with julie Kehoe and
Barbara Mason as attendants, ponder over the Great
The side chapel of the Sacred Heart is a perfect setting
for the high school's special celebration of the feast of
Christ the King. Symbolically, we represent the nations
and races of the world in procession. For the black CBrad-
ley Smithj, the brown fClinton Hamiltonj, the yellow
fjoanne McGarryJ, the red Cwarren Gosselinj, and the
white CPatricia Higginsl,-on that day CHRIST lS
Ann Yeager helps prepare for the colorful pageant in
which the students wear authentic costumes and bear
huge flags of the nations.
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From row, L. lo R.: C. Gowatch, J. Cavanaugh, A. Davis, M. Mead, J. Schulte
M, L. Haupert, L. Risko, C. Sink, J. Ditchy, M. J. Stenger, N. Johnston
M. Vermeersch, P. VC'aechter, C. Sogan, N. Peerenboom, B. Ladd
E. J. Bucsko, J. Touscany.
Sefond row: A. Harriman, M. A. Young, J. Keefe, C. Shirk, T. Aquilina, R
Caswell, A. Yeager, J. Stephens, M. Rakovan, J. Early, C. Long, B
Silva, P. Kennedy, N. Wood, P. Slattery, S. Russell, J. Roach, P
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Stliorn, Cf. Early, L. Streit, N. Carolin, L. Bischof, B. DeMetchant, Ci
l7eLisle, j. Satllier, M. Glenn, M. I.. Plourde, M. Lobur, Schmidt,
WI. Patterson, S. Cole, N. Deering.
unrlb ron: j. King, P. Kinsella, N. Stanford, T. Reed, P. Platten, j. Panks,
Ci. Bayer, rl. Sobieski, Cf. Curtiss, Ci. Cantrall, K. Coppock, VV. Ste-
phens, R. Streit, j. llicl-tinson, j. Musthella, j. Shirl-c.
'iflb wuz' R. Klein, H. Cooper, C. Hamilton, j. Manion, D. Peters.
ltlllllillgf C. XVisthman, j. Sthmitthztuslcr, j. XValter.
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lrinl mum' C. Mchlurtrie, R. Chamberlain, M. Sakowicz, M. j. Lindberg, B.
Under the able direction of Sister Margaret
Mary, the junior-Senior Glee Club is complet-
ing its most successful year in the school's his-
tory. On Father Coughlin's birthday, the first
program of the year was presented. The Negro
spiritual, "Certainly Lord," was sung in a spirit
to rival even the Fred Waring Chorus. This
same song was used again as background music
for the radio preview of the movie "Green Pas-
As a Christmas gift to all mothers, the
glee club dedicated the hymn "Lo, How a Rose"
to them at the Shrine Mothers' Club pre-
Christmas party. After much practice the
crowning achievement of the year came with
the presentation of the dude ranch operetta,
. . . . alndfvlearld Qfow with ,Cove ivine
Front row, L. Io R.: S. Heisey, J. Marion, B.
Ladd, J. Reshel, J, Schulte, N. Peerenboom,
Second row: P. Kennedy, M. Mend, M. L
Haupert, C. Gowatch, D. Davis, L. Byrne
Third row: C. Baker, P. White, A. Frick, A
Petri, P. Kennedy, L. Bischof, M. J. Lind-
bert, B. Schorn.
A visit at the Narthex altar is a must every
time a student enters the Shrine.
ances of the choir girls grace the late
Masses every Sunday. They are:
Front row, L. to R.: K. Gardner, J. Keefe,
J. Patterson, M. Sakowicz, B. Petri.
Second row: A. Harriman, C. Shirk, J.
Belknap, M. Lobur, J. Stephens, C.
Third row: S. Cole, B. Cries, J. Schmidt,
N. McLaughlin, J. Kennedy, J. Sher-
In the school chapel, besides our own services,
the newly formed parish of Our Lady Queen of
Martyrs keeps our organists busy. Patricia Waech-
ter and Mary Jane Lindberg are practicing, Barton
DeMerchant is not pictured.
The blend of voices and trim appear-
gfidtening Jfradd ancluflellow oned . .
"Onward to victory, Shrine Hi!" and our
newly organized band had seemed to accomplish
the impossible in a month's time. Both band and
orchestra made their debut in a program celebra-
ing Father Coughlin's birthday.
Arrangements have been completed with Mr.
Fred Weneski, M.A., to direct the band begun
by Sister Clarice. It is their hope that the Shrine
marching band will one day be the best in the
Front, L. to R.: Kinsella, R. jordan, N. Cornell
J. Forster, R. Hughes, P. Bourbeau, R
Greenfield, S. Bourbeau, M. Haupert, H
Henkel, E. Galantha, E. Fisher, K. Higby
E. Birger, Schmidt, M. Bourbeau.
Back, L. to R.: K. Coppock, N. Sheridon, T. Unger
R. Murphy, T. Buchanan, R. Cantrall, C
White, Sherman, M. Lindberg.
Left, L. to R.: B. Smith, M. Lamb Qpianoj, K.
Coppock, R. Gardener, E. Fisher,
S. Frechette, E. Syron, L. Bischof,
P. Steffes Qdrumsj.
Right, L. to R.: R. jordan, R. Hughes, T. Merta
C. White, Sherman, M
The "Syncopated Clock" announced the re-
organization of the school orchestra which gave
several performances during the season.
er .flfiddionary pirif jd Uurd ....
The mnsslon shield xs presented each month
to the home room yxeldmg the greatest
amount of canceled stamps jack Vtse and
Nancy Deermg gladly accept the shield from
Mxssxon OHICCIS Martlyn Ma
loney vrce presldent Harold
Cooper pres Bradley Smith
treasurer and Robert Sharkey
secretary encourage students
partrclpatton rn mrssron acuvx
Marilyn Maloney for Room 203 for the
month of December
The mlssxon presxdent Harold Coo
per awards the offxclal mlssnon Hag
for the most generous money contn
buttons to homeroom 201 represented
by Wxllns Stephens and Mary Lou
Haupert This room has supported
Brother Cornelius a Trmltarlan semi
nartan by contrrbutmg S55 00a month
Interest tn mlssronary work seems
to be rnevltable sxnce our beloved Ste
Therese IS the world s patroness of the
mlsslons The local un1t of The Society
ovsn lrttle way, furthers mlssxon acnvt
tles through the students enthustastlc
parrncrpatron nn projects Home and
foreign mrsslons are supported by col
lectmg canceled stamps and readmg
matertal, besldes students personal con
trxbutlons Above all do they pray
darly for the contrnuatton and success
of the m1ss1ons whlch each homeroom
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Bible Sunday brought a week of study on
the world's best seller. Marjorie Vermeersch,
Rev. L. Nugent, CSSR
senior, scans "Explanation of the Bible" while 'La A
standing near a Bible which has been in one ' n
family for six generations. ,
Highlight of this year's three-day ff
retreat was Father Nugent's running
commentary during the closing Mass.
Confessions are heard every morn-
ing but retreat is always special.
The servers have the privilege of assisting :xt
Holy Mass and other church functions as acnlytcs,
an ofhce originally held only by students for the
At the left, Father Krieg, the altar boy modera-
tor, stands with the junior and senior servers.
Mary jo Stenger and Barton DeMerchant pledge
that they will faithfully perform thei: duties as Vice-
The sodality members with their new offi-
cers recite the Act of Consecration to the
Blessed Virgin Mary in the presence of the
entire student body, and the newly organized
Companions of Our Lady begin their work of
personal sanctification and that of others-Ad
jesum, per Mariam.
ur ally if Companiond
The hrst sodalists on the morning of their recep-
tion at the school chapel, sing "Mother Beloved."
Barbara Ladd accepts the gavel,
symbol of her office as Prefect of
tara Jin heir gielcl gleam
Students interested in the field of medicine
thoroughly appreciate Dr. Vincent P. Russell's
talk on Career Day. Patricia Higgins sees
him to the door as he leaves.
The noted radio personality, Dale Mc-
Intyre, pauses with Eileen MacNeil before
his discussion of a career in radio.
Science is truly a vast subject. Francis E. O'Meara
shows Bradley Smith, julie Ditchy, and. Robert Forster
a few of its wonders, after a most intriguing talk.
This year Shrine students were fortunate in being
able to meet representatives from thirty different fields.
The two day affair was carried out under the direction
of the Sodality and because of its great success with
the students, we hope to make it an annual event.
A large number of students turned out for Edward Kelly's talk
on engineering. Mr. Kelly, who made the highest record ever known
at M.I.T., is a member of the parish and 'is always ready to answer
questions like those posed by Thomas Reed and Harold Cooper.
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Chairman Laura Byrne poses with Dale Madden who has
lust tompleted one of several distussxons on the various careers
Really pelted with questions was Harley Davidson who
represented the commercial art field on Career Day He has
spent 25 years in this work and is at present the vue president
of the National Society of Art Directors Among the ques
tioners are Elle jane Butsko Marilyn Payette and Jerome
Anthony Kaiser of the UAW CIO speaks to a group of
Shrine students on the need of Christian leadership in labor
Mrs Fran Harris leaves her settion to
be on time for her television show
Patrlua Waechter carries over the good
spirits which prevailed during an enter
taining but very down to earth presenta
non of the competition m a television
The Press was well represented by
101111 Kenny teen page editor of the Mich
:gan Cntbolir Mr Kenny is a Christo
pher enthusiast and this is an after-drscus-
sion meeting with james Dickinson, David
Ball Thomas Watrous, john Lyons, and
n and afrouncl flue Ciampud
3-he Come Sndl get 1:1 bell rmgs Bob Colaizzi renews a book for the third time as
an two sewn S mer' ere We am' assistant librarian, Diane Klasztorowski, offers pointers
Barbara Mason is careful not to drop
her 30 cents into her pudding as she
hands it to Miss Thomas, cashier.
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Jr., a former Powers
model, briefs Kathleen
Tepe on correct stance
and walking rudi-
ments in preparation
for the April fashion
show presented by the
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Marilyn Birdsey waits on fre-
quent visitors to our cafeteria
snack bar, Bill Stephens and
' ' Ai "Right
Linda Lee Saintignon re-ar-
ranges an assortment of 'painted
weeds' for which she won first
place in an abstract art contest
about here," says Gerald Shields, sopho-
more, as he dreams of reaching that honor roll.
Students interested in the League of the Sacred
Heart gather around Father Ratterman, S.j. after
his lectures and services for establishing the Apos-
tleship of Prayer in Shrine parish.
Mrss Florence Thomas recepuomst
Any noon day sessxon
When snow was a novelty
Roth brothers deflmtely from
Austna they are so much a part
Fox and geese or hide and seek?
Lrfe can be casual
Oops' Thanks Mr Tree
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Bear through life fifce a torch in
flag up., and play the game.
Knight! of the gri iron
Bottom row: L. to R.: W. Redmond, T. Reed, H. Cooper,
H. Van Deusen, j. King, G. DeLisle, R. Klein,
R. Van Fleteren, N. Stanford, P. Kinsella.
Second row: L. to R.: J. Panks, G. Bayer, D. Peters
K. Ureel, T. Stankevich, J. Sobieski, D. Ball
C. Blanzy, C. Curtiss.
19 R.O. St. Mary 6
18 Redeemer 6
6 Redford St. Mary 46
7 Lourdes 20
7 St. Gregory 0
0 St. Theresa 24
Top row: L. to R.: P. Platten fMgr.j, R. Luther, P
Webster, R. Seery, M. Boehmer, R. Beiser, J
Shields, W. Luther, L. Syron, G. Burkart, R
Short, J. Burkart, R. Nesbitt CMgr.J.
Football players Bob Van Fleteren, Phil Kinsella and Hal Van Deusen
pay homage to St. Sebastian, the patron saint of athletics.
Co-captains jim King and jerry DeLisle talk
it over with Coach jim Dailer.
A fast charging line, speedy backfield, and a coach
that knows how to produce championship form gained
the '52 Knights recognition as the team to beat.
Seniors dominated the play of the Shrine gridders
this season with nine on the varsity. Phil Kinsella held
down left end while Jerry DeLisle, our co-captain, con-
tinued doing his best at left tackle. Hal Cooper, the
smallest man on our line, resumed his left guard activ-
ity. Hal Van Deusen took his center position to heart
and showed his effectiveness when the chips were down
and Tom Reed's four years of experience showed up
considerably in his work at right guard. Rib injuries
kept Ron Klein out of much action this year but his
twenty-leaguers were well Glled by an able freshman,
john Burkart, at right end. Tom Stankevich will con-
tinue his pass catching next year, while Dick Seery and
jim Shields will try to Hll in at guard positions. Dave
Peters and John Sobieski will be strong contenders for
the end positions.
Speed to burn in the Knights' backfield was con-
tained in senior quarterback and co-captain jim King,
and in senior halfbacks Bob Van Fleteren and Norbert
Stanford. junior halfback Walt Redmond was the real
spark in the backfield. Conrad Blanzy's continuous
drive at the fullback slot will be used next year. Sopho-
mores Bill Luther, Lloyd Syron, and Mark Boehmer
will fight for backfield positions along withpjunior Jim
Panks who was injured early in the past season.
Avgrami of Q- enior lrengllz
P. Kinsella, j. King, G. DeLisle, R. Van Fleteren
H. Cooper, T. Reed, R. Klein
W. Redmond, N. Stanford
H. Van Deusen
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oun mg Out the alilzlehc fragrant
The 1952 golf team was gifted with the experience of
CL to RD Bill Arce joe Ovxes Jack Lyons Bob Waggener
Tom Watrous and Stan Lendzon who pose for a picture before
teemg off This same team with the exception of Lendzon
vsere runners up to the State Championship in 1951
Physical fitness and stamina were essen
tials that were not lacking in this years
track team Bill Luther and Brad Smith are
off to a good start in a practice session
before a big meet
The Shrine Varsity Club is an athletic organization composed of monogram winners
in the various sports. The officers are Jim Panks, treasurer: Hal Cooper, prestdentg jerry
DeLisle, vice president: and Conrad Blanzy. The post-game dances during basketball season
was one of the projects which they backed during the year.
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Bottom Row L. to R.: j. Brown, M. Flajole, D. Peterson, F. Howting, li. Stepanski, M. Sterling,
Standing: j. Burkart, M. Galla, R. Hamilton, B. Smith, H. Kirtek, R. Troy, G. Burkart.
The Shrine Athletic Carmel was formed by men who
have a mutual interest in the athletic. activities of the school.
They are responsible for the new football, baseball, and basket-
ball uniforms which those teams wore this season. We are
also grateful for the delicious hot dogs and Coltes which they
sold us at their concession stands at our games. The officers
are fl. to r.J Mr. Adolph Klein, treasurer, Mr. George Streit,
vice-president: Mr. joseph Ovies, presidentg Fr. jerome Kriegg
Mr. john Leslie, secretary.
Reserve action-the dying swan
oun ierpart ofslxrine pirii
Seated L to R B Chnstensen P White S Lendzon R Chamberlam B Agnott P Rakovan D Hockmuth
Kncehng j Fodell A Harriman N Mxllxer J Cavanaugh N Peerenboom A MacManus
Standing A Arte N MtLaughl1n Miss Czarney QCoachD P Campbell T Redmond
A prayer for good sportsmanship
Chlgamaroo and a rah rah rah for the finest
team you ever saw More Smnth Brothers cough
drops were sold between 1951 and 1952 than m
any other period rn history And naturally the
Shrxne sports enthusnasts were the needy patron
rzers The school really got behind our gurls this
season cheermg them on to the CYO semn finals
They played hard and fought to wm as IS shown
by thelr record of trxumphs against losses
Tenms anyone? Theres no racket l1ke the
tenms racket Ask us we know The first slgn
of spring 1n 1952 heard the ymgle of metal and
squeaks as the heavy gate of our tennns court
swung open for the flrst txme thxs year Our
newly organized team sprang xnto actxon for tough
competxtxon and lxkewnse we looked forward to
a second successful season A semor Barbara
Webb and Theresa Redmond practxced many
hours agam for our competltxon wrth other class
B contenders and to uphold Barbara Chrxstensen s
school tournament trophy
With a SHR and an INE Coletta Hgp I-hp Hurrah the
Shlrk Peggy Rakovan and Duane I-lock 54,01-e goes up another
muth are always on hand to cheer our ngtghl
Practue makes perfect wrth team to vlcgofy
Alice MacManus guarding Diane
The birdie begins to fly as Nora Evers hits it back to Nancy Cowden. Their partners,
Mary Ann LaPointe and Mary Ann Chowning, wait with racltets ready.
Sitting L to R P Slatters B Christen Oh where s that ball' Barbara Chris
sen M J Stenger A Harriman tensen looks a little bewildered as her
Standlng are T Redmond 5 Cole lj team mates Sheila Cole Pat Slattery and
Hotkmufh J Fodell Mars ju bttnger wait Lxpettantly for IIS
The purpose of the Letter Club is to promote and sponsor the girls games
During the year thex sponsor different proyetts to further their aim lst Row L
to R j Duchy A Harriman T Redmond .I Toustam P Higgins S Russell
M .I Stenger R Atquilma 2nd Row R Chamberlain B Shea M Glenn L Risko
B Mason j Kehoe L Streit j Fodell E J Bucsko 5rd Row N Miller B
Angott A Arce P Slatterx A Yeager lx Tepe B Christensen B Maskill C Sogar
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:Sky rockets have no more zoom and Hare than lfteae loyal
backerd of our yearbook who Jupportecf ua with five clollard.
Mr and Mrs. Anthony J Bellish
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Brrmlngham Offlce Supply
150 W Maple
Mr and Mrs E B Bystrom
Mr and Mrs Henry Chrrstensen
Clarawood L1nen Shop
1906 North Woodward
Royal Oak Mrchlgan
Complrments of a Frrend
Mr and Mrs JamesH Cornell
Mrss Ioan Czarney
D M Greene
Levns Humphry Real Estate
Mr and Mrs Ed Klebba
Mr and Mrs Maurlce Haupert
Mr and Mrs F P Hrggens
Mr and Mrs A' F Klein
Mr and Mrs W1l11amG Luther
NU Way Market
1800 E First Street
Qual 1ty Meats
J D S lrk
Wrllrams Boot Shop
Mr R G Wood
Congratulatrons to the Semor Class
True Brlt Block Company
Best Wlshes from Room 201
I-lumanly spealtmg 1 ns natural to take for granted thosevsho are very
close to us But we realrze that our best backers are the underclassmen
xx hose prcturts follow
To thtm we I uhlncls gnc thanks tor rherr support 'Io them we pass
on our mtertst md zeal for the welfare of Shrine Hugh
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Top row: L. lo R.: R. Ball, G. BCLCRCF, liicscr, C. licrgcr, ll. liirgur,
-I. Blakey, D. Botloin, M. Bourheau.
Serond row: M. Cassidy, M. Chowning, N. Cowtlin. M. Daholtla. M. Danncn-
felser, XV. Devine, A. Doran, C. Dysarz.
Third row: R. Greenfield, M. Haupert. T. Hefferan, K. Highy. A. Higgins,
R. Howe, F. Howting, R. Hughes.
Fourth row: R. Kristopck, M. Lanignn. M. La Pointe, j, Laliou. j. Luxill.
V. Lipodsky, M. Loeser, R. Luther.
Fifth row: C. Paulus, lf. Petri, C. Pficster, G. Plcc. Powell, S. Roccttc.
A. Redmond. R. Reed.
Sixlh row: Sherman, j. Smith, Soma, li. Stathurxki. P. Sluffes, F. Stcpanski.
M. Sterling. C. Stover.
Bottom row: C. White, N. W'hitncy.
Those not piutured: Brown, E. Fisher, K. Gormscn. M. XY'at'l1oxki, ID. Xvhitncx
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u rm x L. nm R.: S. Buurhcau, M. Hrcnnan. T. Hughanan, -I. Burkart, N1
ru. B. Bysrmm, R. Camrall. B. -Carrull.
uuml mv: N. Evers. M. Flajule, Fnriler. F. Gagnun. M. Gagnon
Galarneau, R. Gardiner. B. Gies.
M. Grady, B. johnson, j. Raven, T. Keefe, G. Kelly, NI. Kennedy
Kinek. M. Klebha.
P. Machniesh. R. Mgllernwu. M. Mclnzyrc. R. Marla, IJ. Miclmu
Murphy. Y. Neph. R. Ohcrmillcr.
C. Riley. P. Rnhinwn, S. Rnurkc. S. Ruswll. I.. Saintignwn
Snhneider, N. Sum. R. Sharkcy.
K. Sweeney. L Syrnn. H. Thibmlcau, L. Thorpe. R. Troy
Vngfr. C. Whllaus. D. Xxv7lll1.'I'.
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T p row L to R W Arsneiult B Ballet T Baker R Belser j Belknap
F Bettendorf j Birdsei M j Blanke
Second row: R. Charest F. Charlier, T. Chase N. Cloutier R. Claizzi R
Coppock R. Cordls N. Cornell.
Third row: R. Eldred R. B. Forster R. Forster S. Frechette A. Fremont
A. Frick M. Gagnon K. Cardner.
Fourth row: R. ordan K. Kelly . Kennedy P. Kennedy . Kinsella
Kirchner M. A. Knorpp M. Lamb.
Fifth row: A. MacManus j. Mahoney T. Mahoney T. Manion j. Manion
S. Mclilligott N. McLaughlin B. Merchberger.
Sixth row: . Petkus A. Petri P. Platten L. Ploe B. Powell Nl. Rogalyi
N. Rassel. L. Reed. '
Seventh row: J. Shields H. Shields G. Shovein . Sincic B. Sink B. Smith
S. Smith H. Snarey.
Eighth row: C. Wfesltalnics j. XVhite P. White.
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Top row Nl Boehmer L Budztsth C Burltart L Bxrnt
N Carhan W1 A Carroll R Caswell Nl Cawanaugh
ctond row S Cote P Curran Dans De r
Dtecleruh N Dtmmer Ni Doolex B Dunn
Thtrd row M Gleason L Gxrard 1 Grohman R Cuest
R Hamilton S HEISCX H Henkel L johnson
Fourth row M La Prese M Lardtn F Lemaw S Lend
zon N LeZotte C Loeser D Lopo XV Luther
Fmh row XX Mertens A Niurphx T Nttholg X
OConnor P Oehler M lx Opto: NI Raxette D
Snxth row Rtethel Reshel F Rusher C Sahovsalter
A Sedano R Sern B L Setfrnd XY Sheridan
Scxenth rnvn D Soma F Spadafore NI Sprtnger C
Stutzman L Sxron j T3fCllH J Tresnan P Watatxn
Etghth row P WtlSnn R Wfoocl T Vstmer IN Norton
Those not ptttured C Baker F Calantha ,I jones N
Nnrton M Setbold B Slawskx S Waterman
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Top row: L. to R.: j. Anderson, R. Aquilina, W. Arce, M. Armstrong, M
Bailey, D. Ball, N. Ball, G. Bayer.
Second row: C. Curtiss, T. Deehr, j. Dickenson, M. Duffy, C. Eady, j. Eady
P. Flajole, j. Fodell.
Third row: A. Harriman, S. l-lartzell, M. l.. Haupert, M. Hefferan, R. Henc
D. Hockmuth, j. Keefe, J. Kelly.
Fourth row: E. MacNeil, A. MacNi5h, M. Maloney, j. Manion, B, Maskill
j. McGarry, M. McLeod, C. McMurtrie.
Fiflh row: B. Ragalyi, M. Raltoyan, T. Redmond, XV. Redmond, Rine, ll
Roth, M. Sakowitz, M. Schleicher.
Sixth row: F. Smith, L. Smith, Sobieski, VU. Stephens, L. Stiverson. R, Strait
K. Tcpc, K. llrrcl.
Bottom row: C. Wkrlsh, Wiathnian, R. W'ood5.
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Top row: L. to R.: B. Birger. C.. Blanly. P. Buurhcau. P. iktriiplwo.-ll. Cf.
Cantrall, N. Clarolin, j, Cabanaugh. B. Cihristenmn.
Sctund row: -I. Ciagne. M. Czalla. T. Chinnun, C.. Cmwatth. -I. Crrzmt. A Q
G. Greene, D. Grix, C. Hammond. Q 10 '
Third row: M. Kelly, Kelly. D. Kurrh, D. Lanigan. L. Lchlaxtcr. M. -I. 4 in
Third row: M. Kellj., Kolly, D. Korth. IJ. Lanigan. L. LcMastcr. Nl. -I. I ' -T
Lindberg, C, Lung, Lyons, L "
Iiuurlh rim: M, Mead. N. Millier, Nlusthulla. R. Nesbitt, -I. Panlu.
C. Pnquette, -I. Patterwn, D. Peters. I
Fifth rum: G. Schmidt, Sthmidl, -I. Sthultc. -I. Scitz. N. Shcridun.
P. Shcridun, C. Shirk. R. Short.
Sixth mug L., Vaughan. P. Xfaethtcr, R. Xkltggncr. UI. XYnltcr, P. Vfuhh. .
P, XYchstcr, M. XY'iIliams, I. Xfing.
Hmmm nm: K.. Yeager, M. Young, Y. Zuppi.
Those not pitturcti: ID, Davis, K. Cuppotk, bl. L. Farm. S. furccnc. M. Lulmr.
j. Oxicx. if. Sngan, T. Stankevith, T. Xxvatrimus,
Mr and Mrs E H Kelley
Maureen T Kelley
Mrs L Kennedy
Mr and Mrs T Kennedy and Daughters
Mrs Francls C S Keenan
Mrs George Kmg
P J Kxnsella
Louxs W Krleg
Joseph V Krleg
and Mrs Teopher
Mr and Mrs
Mr and Mrs Earl G Loeser
M1ss Norma A Maloney
Mrs John Mason
Mr and Mrs W E Mason
Ingrld A Marhlsen
R J LaPo1nte
Mr and Mrs D H Mead
Mrs Val M1ller
and Mrs Robert Murphy
and Mrs W C Nesbxtt
The O M A
F W O Neill
and Mrs J L Ovxes
John J Paulus
James E Peerenboom
Barbara and Jackie Powell
Mr and Mrs
Mr and Mrs
Mr and Mrs
James V Rme
R J Roach
H G Robinson
Mrs Valerxe Rohr
Mr and Mrs
Mrs Mark Sammon
Mrs Otto Schlelcher
Don F Spadafore
and Mrs Sprmger
and Mrs Stankevlch
Mary Jo Stenger
Mr and Mrs Al Stephanskl
Mr and Mrs James Stower
Mrs Harold Stout
J J Se1fr1d
C W Seery
R E S1 va
John W S1nc1c
Leonard B Smith
Mxllard T Smith
George N Strelt
Mrs F E Turnbull
Mrs Wm D Vaughan
Mrs Fred Vermeersch
Mrs Harry H V1se
and Mrs H Waxte
C L Webb
H A Whlte
Mr and Mrs S A W1deman
Leota B W11l1s
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then on everybody was Ed s best friend
Came the Valentine Dance Hearts and Howers
changed the transformed gym 1nto a floating val
entme as we danced to dreamy music Then would
come Monday and all week we were all kept busy
trying to dodge the Student Council members and
pass exams So by the time the weekends rolled
around we were ready and rarin for a good fast
Soon the crocuses were peeping their tiny
noses up into the fresh spring air and we were
sure that summer was on its way Our field day
went off with a bang' Our freshmen girls walked
We had left our mark with the first year
teachers and now we were movmg on to our
second year to confirm our athletic ability and
After treating the seniors to a day at Walled
Lake vye bade our graduates Good Luck at
class night and added a few melodies to our reper
toire A two months yacatnon hen stared us in
the face ust think' Soon we would be full
The great day arriyed at last md we began
our sophomore year with Mass in honor of the
Holy Ghost in our new Chapel a building all
by itself unique in the history of high schools
As rremulous sophomores we entered our classes
vyrth a promise of more work and less play
Our girls still showed who was boss on the
basketball floor md to hold our reputation we
Radiance of the Avredent
"Shrine of the Little Flower High School for
Girls." Out came paint and brushes and the
"for Girls" was no more, for the Knights had
invaded the hallowed halls of good 'ole L.F.H.S.
As we dodged in and out of falling plaster and
hanging canvas, we became accustomed to our
new surroundings and to the new extension to
our building which was under way And we
looked forward to the fact that we would be the
first co ed graduating class
We re the freshman fine n dandy fine n dandy
freshmen we Rodgers 8: Hart didn t have any
thing on us cause we spent our first couple of
weeks producing songs and hmericks about our
peppy class We wanted to make ourselves known
and we surely did" By the time initiation rolled
around the senior udge had something against
each and every one of us and our knees quaked
as we ascended the stage steps to face an un
merciful jury We were charged with contamm
ating semor air by breathing' And there were
many other charges equally heinous Thus we
learned our first lesson A lowly freshman can
Three cheers for the Shrine Hi furnace One
dav it failed' Remember that? Izverybody got
carried away the trophy for the girls West Side
CY O championship
Because 1951 was the Silver ubilee of the
L1ttle Flowers canonization the parrshs project
was the Cantata In our movie The Life of
Saint Therese a number of sophomores proudly
took part Truly we were prouder than ever that
ours was the first church in the whole world to
be dedicated to her
Among other dramatic presentations was the
big sophomore pep rally and talent show which
gaye most of us a chance to show off a bit I
guess we all had a bad case of S0ph0mOflIlS
An exceptionally fine time was had by all at
and sponsored by the Dramatics Club Remember
the big red hearts and nosegays7
With our hard earned class dues and hopes
for a good time we took the seniors of 50 to
Walled Lake for a day of fun This escapade was
just the calm before the storm of exams Then
At long last we had passed the half way mark
and we believed that some day fyust one more
year in factj with a little more work and the
help of St Therese our patroness we would
be graduates too Our boys achieyed the goal
of intramural basketball championships while the
girls came ln second
Of course THE eyent of the year was the
jun1orSenlor Prom in May All was excitement
and secrecy for weeks ahead When the big night
arriy ed we Proudly presented a beautiful sunken
garden Callas gymj to our seniors appropriately
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Rejflectd the plencfor of the padt
styled Butterfly Ball. Huge butterfiies swung from
the ceiling forming a canopy of gay color.
As this was Father Coughlin's and the Shrine's
jubilee year, the school presented a pageant which
portrayed their twenty-five years of service to the
The year came to an end with graduation pre-
cecded by a trip, once again to Walled Lake, and
sponsored by the underclassmen while we eagerly
anticipated our own commencement.
Now after due preparation and anxiety, we
have finally reached the coveted goal, senior year.
Naturally we are proud, and as we look back
through the pages of our high school days, we
are a little sentimental, too.
We began our seniority in 1951 with literally
"loads" of activities. Our rings, which we had
ordered in june, arrived in September and now
our fingers were graced with the shining gold
crest of L.F.H.S. The rings were blessed and pre-
sented by Father Coughlin in a ceremony held in
our Chapel. With this, we were officially recog-
nized as seniors.
"Royally" is the word to describe the way we
were treated these first few days. We were even
allowed to shed our "unibags" and dress up for
our class breakfast which was held in the caf-
Soon the football season was well under way
and we all looked forward to a huge bonfire and
pep rally, with a dance following the game. Need
we mention that somebody anticipated the bon-
fire and we had to build it again?
Will we ever forget our magazine subscrip-
tion drive? Don't look now, but the seniors lost.
Our penalty was to decorate the gym for the
magazine dance, called "The Mardi Gras" and
held in February. Little did they know that we
love to decorate the hall for such festive occa-
sions. Of course we had to clean up, too-but
why go into that? Think of the fine new RCA
movie projector, Web-Cor tape recorder, slide
film projector and cabinet which we purchased
for the school, through the drive.
just before Thanksgiving we had our Home-
coming Ball for the Alumni. We dispensed with
the usual turkey and pumpkin decorations and de-
cided on the rustic theme. Waxed bottles, logs
and a "wishing well" complemented our camou-
fiaged basketball nets as we danced and chatted
In May we gave our pride and joy the operetta,
"Meet Arizona," with seniors in most of the lead-
ing parts. We have hidden talent-or so they
say. We also had hidden sore muscles before re-
hearsals were over. But we were good troupers
for "the show must go on" and it certainly did.
By this time., our first sodality was well under
way and proving to be quite a success. Solemn
reception, a special retreat and installation of offi-
cers were big events, but the crowning result of
the sodalists, work was the two days set aside for
studying our future careers.
Doctor, lawyer, merchant, chief, richman, poor-
man, beggarman, thief. Career day left us baffled!
There were so many fields to choose from and so
many interesting speakers, our minds were in a
dither. Engineering, teaching, radio, and journal-
ism were all represented, and one day was de-
voted to the religious life and lay apostolate.
After these inspiring talks we were left to decide
into which category we belonged. We are so
grateful to the school and the many men and
women who came to the Shrine on these days to
give us pointers on how we can be successful, too.
This concluded one of the most exciting and
busiest years of our school life. We are leaving
as a class memorial an outdoor statue of St.
Therese which will hold the center spot of the
front campus. Here she will continue to help
future Shrine students along her "Little Way" to
perfection. Her spirit we take with us, grateful
to have been a part of her special family here
at Shrine, hopeful that we shall all join you once
again in her heavenly family.
Biology students do some extra research
cxammlng the skeleton of a cat
Rev Father Staucker CSSp says gooclby to Wxllns
Stephens an front of school after gxvmg a talk and show
mg movles on the African mlsstons of the Holy Ghost
Shrmc students come from twenty five cllfferent
parishes of the Archdiocese At left Thomas Reed
a senior clraftmg student adds fimshlng touches to
a map depicting the locatlon of these various parishes
The Shrine organist and cholrmaster Stanislaw
Dc-gorskx conducts smgnng classes durmg the noon
acuvm penods In 1946 Mr Degorskn came to
this country from his natne Poland where he had
successively served xn the Polish army and then
In the Polnsh underground as lxalson offncer be
tween the Umted States and Poland He IS well
known on the concert stages of Europe and was
gy mnastlc champion of Poland Besides this abun
dance of musxcal and athleuc Rblllly Mr Degorskl
IS an able lmguxst and possesses a thorough knowl
edge of scxence math and the lxterary arts
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A yearbook in three months? That is the
problem which faced the two co-editors, Barton
DeMerchant and Julie Ditchy. But it was a
problem they solved with their usual success
. . . the type of success that you must achieve
with ability, hard work and intense interest.
A competent stalf headed by john Vise and
Bette Cornell completed the solution.
The financial burden of the book
Bette Cornell and jack Vise go fell upon the advertising and circu- Yi'lfdS of writing and 2 fund of
clerical in an attempt to make lation staffs. Here Manager Philip ideas mark the W0rk Of feature edit-
the '52 Tberesian as accurate as Kinsella fstandingj confers with OFS, NHUCY J0hn5f0U and Canliue Sink-
possible. his assistant, Mary Severs. Book- Read if and CIlj0y' y0UfS9lVeS.
keeper Ronald Klein adds it up.
For their leg work and routine sales, check the The sports division is the product of this quar-
patron, booster, and subscription lists. jane Roach WUC C0mP059d of SPOFIS Edifof N0l'b9l'l Stanford,
Cleftj Alice Davis and Alicia Arce formed the cir- Rrvsemary Caswell Cstandingj Mary Raknvan and
culation gysrim that brought results, Janette Stephens who confers with her "boss."
ear ,A gnc! Jgringd fffonord Os
For tts flrst annual All Sports Banauet honorlng Shrtne Hugh
athletes the Shrlne Athletuc Carmel provided an rmposrna roster of
guests Father Jerome Krteg athletic director and Jlm Darler head
coach at Shrlne were hosts for the occasion
Joseph Ovtes presadent ot the Carmel made the presentatton
and Hal Schram of the sports staff of the Detroit Free Press acted as
toastmaster Principal speaker ot the evemng was Father Celestln J
Steiner president of the Untversuty ot Detroit
Other dfstrngurshed guests Included
ED HAYES Sports Stat?
JOHN PANELLI Notre Dame
GORDIE HOWE Detroat Red Wmgs
JOHN MQHALE l Detrort Tagers
SAM MADDEN Parochral League Dtr
WALLY FROMHART Asst Football Coach
Umverslty of Defrost
TED UNDSAY Detrott Red Wtngs
BOB CALIHAN Basketball Coach
University of Detrolt
AL WATROU5 Golf Professronal
Oakland Halls Country Club
Grls Basketball Coach
DICK DAUGHERTY Basketball Coach
Snr nc Haan Srhool
FR CHARLES E COUCZ-HLIN Pastor
Shrrne of the FC
A htghlught of the banquet whuch was attended by flve hundred
people was the presentatton of letters to athletes and the electron at
Conrad Blanzy as football captann for the 1952 season
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Home home on the range This hand
some trro Loulse Blschof Ronald Klem and
Carlos Uames Mamonj sleeps comfort
Harold Eoogerklgomanuc leads take Mme ably beneath hrs sombrero as janette Ste
out OH t e un Ouse 5'eP5 phens and Sylvia Frechette fuss around
Full orches ratxon, colorful costumes, lxght young hearts
and lrghter volces were all set to show us a good t1me with
a tlmely good show rn Meet Arnzona The combmed
glee clubs presented thxs two act operetta wxth music by
Cadman May ll and 12 the bnggest production of the year
Ole tall tale Tom fjames Kmgj certarnly keeps the ladles
amused Intrrgued by hrs nonsensrcal attrtude are Lettne fLou1se
Brschofj and Dudrnes jane Roach and Margaret Lamb
Am t love grand P Renme fl-Iarold Cooperj and lfmrly fTheresa
Aqurlmaj make such sweet musnc together
These charming senontas Margery Vermeersth and Janette
Resthel get set for therr caslanet dance routme before curtarn time
Carlotta fAllLC Davrsj seems rather casual
about Antonlos Cjack Sadlrerj blandrsh
ments But Carlos has plucked a tune and
a smxle from Mana fL1ll1an Rrskoj
of Meet Arizona
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PHILIP KINSELLA Class Vice Pres
St Mary Orchard Lake Yearbook
Stalf 4 Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Class
Officer 3 4 Glee Club 4 Varsxty
Club 3 4 Basketball 3 Football 3 4
Brains beneath the braun capable
athlete ambttzous kmda shy
RUTH Class Treas
Shrme Royal Oak Yearbook Staff 4
Class Oliicer 4 Glee Club 3 4 Dra
matxcs 1 2 Letter Club 3 4 Basket
Aluays ready to gue a helpmg hand
homeroom leader basketball
laurels Charleston Charleston
RONALD KLEIN Class President
Our Lady Queen of Marty rs Blrmmg
ham Yearbook Staff 4 Honor Roll 1
Class Officer 4 Glee Club 2 5 4
Sodallty 4 Varsity Club 4 Foot
Peoples choice poxse that counts
get those shoulders Oh I ll
do xt Ronme
JULIE DITCHY Class Secretary
Shrxne Royal Oak Yearbook Staff 4
Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Class Olilrer 1
3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Sodalnty 4 Dra
Letter Club 3 4
Leadership scholarshzp rxpplmg
laukgbter ashton rxght depend
:ble all uays aluajs u e
Society for Propagation
of Faxth Presrdent
Shrme Royal Oak Glee Club 3 4
V1cePres1dent CSMC 3 4 Varsxty
Clu 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Al
ta Boy 1 2 3 4
Perpetual brush cut makes those
wones tmgle oh' that grm
football honors Hal
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Our Lady of Refuge, Pontiac. Honor
Roll, l, 2, 5, 41 Glee Club, 32 Sodality,
42 Dramatics, 1, 21 Letter Club, 5, 4.
Short sport . . . very talkative . . .
"Sat'ez-vous votre franrais?" . . . majors
in being A real friend . . . Barb.
St Michael Southfield Yearbook Staff
Gay rhaller sunny manner
teacher to be o
Shrine, Royal Oak. Honor Roll, 1, 2,
3, 43 Class Officer, 1, 25 Glee Club, 5,
4: Letter Club, 49 Basketball, 3.
Flashing. :lark eyes . . . personality
plus . . . sweet lillle giggle . . . and
here rome: Terry.
MARILX N BIRDSEY
St Mary Royal Oak Honor Roll 4
ter 1 Dramattts 1 Forenstt 1
Debonazr lass models class
freshxng smile Marilyn
Shrine, Royal Oak. Yearbook Staff, 43
Honor Roll, 1, Glee Club, 5g Letter
Club, 41 Basketball, 4.
Busy as a bee . . . super salesman . . .
leI's see your dimples, Archie.
Shrine Royal Oak Honor Roll I 2
Orchestra 4 Sodalny 4
Curly lorks incomparable song-
stress nobility of character
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ELLE JANE BUCSKO St. Hugo, Bloomfield Hills. Glee Club,
St. James, Ferndale. Choir, 1, 22 Glee 4.
Clubs 4- Expert horsewoman. . .there goes that
Contagious laugh . . . on the hall . . blue machine . . . fresh appearance . . shrine' Royal Oak'
"I'm simply furious!."' . . . warm heart hails from Sacred Heart Academy . . E051 000145 04-'J' 80 - - - keel' if 5001,
. . . Elle. Rosemary. . . . evefyb0dJ'!-V P41 - 1 - len?-
PAUL CHOWNING JERRY CLARK
Shrme Royal Oak Presentatnon Dezron Baseball 5
Dark dark eyes neu ml Merhamcally xnclmed angelu be
flashy 'mule who could 'uk for hawor xn hxslory class whered you
more! Paul get that shy gun? jerry
Shrme Royal Oak Honor Roll 4
ketball 2 3 Tenms 3
Tennxs anyone? pleasing person
alzty choxr gal the last of the
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graduated .... of 1952
Shrine, Royal Oak. Yearbook Staff, 43
Honor Roll, 33 Glee Club, 31 Choir,
Zip-tilted nose . . . lively laugbler . . .
aims to please and pleases . . . Belle.
MARY JANE DeGROOTE
Holy Name Bxrmmgham Glee Club
3 Dramatxcs 1
Dreamy demeanor bazr of gold
A s for amiabilxty Mary jane
St. Hugo, Bloomfield Hills. Yearbook
Staff, 43 Honor Roll, 1, 5, 45 Glee
Club, 3, 42 Dramatics, 2, 43 Basket-
ball, 1, 2.
Bubbling with sparkle . . . beromingly
brown-eyed . . . warmlb of manner . . .
gaiety prevailing . . . Alice.
Our Lady of LaSalette Berkley Year
book Staff 4 Glee Club 3 4 Varsnty
Club 2 3 4 Basketball 2 5 4 Foot
Masculine manner polka king
all rouml guy Hi ya Ier
St. Michael, Detroit. Honor Roll, 4
Glee Club, 4.
Blilbe smile . . . baby blue eyes . .
Immaculata's boast . . . fresb air fiend
.. . Nan.
St Mary Royal Oak Yearbook Staff
4 Honor Roll 3 4 Glee Club 3 4
Sodaltty Officer 4 Dramatrcs 4 Thes
plan 4 Forensxc 4 Altar Boy 3
Wittxcisms galore master of tbe
Irxsb brogue monsieur de francais
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ROBERT DesROCHES RITAMARY GESEN Yearbook Staff, 44 Hofjof Roll, 4
Holy Name, Birmingham. St. Michael Parish, Pontiac. Glfe Club, 5: 41 Dfamfmfss 25 Letter
Head in the clouds . . . subtle humor Cute little blondie . . . pony tail . . . Clllbv 3' 4'
. . . sunny side uP - . . What size, fun to be with . . . Pontiaf'-V sill fo Nlfe M know - - ' quiefh' funny ' '
please? . . . 40 longs . . . Bob. Sbfinf - - - Rite-
Shrine, Royal Oak Baseball 4
wxlh four wheels suits Willie
Holy Name Birmingham Glee Club 4
Blue nbbon smile from a big hear!
Mt Clemens loss I5 our gain
touch of sophistication . . . Marth.
Shrine Royal Oak Class Ollicer 2
Ready wit and conversatlonalzst
clothes happy frzendlj enthusiastic
casual manner Clint
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Silent smile . . . skates, cars, anything - - ' Glee Club, 3, 42 Df3m3liC5, 1, 2, 4-
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Shrme Royal Oak Honor Roll 1 5
Glee Club 3 4 Sodallty 4 Drama
ucs I 2 Letter Club 3 4
Madame Cune Il kxtlen on the
keys sweet n lovely a
St Rua Den-on Clee Club 3
Flatterxng freckles unru led ,md
ralm the lztonee lol er jmny
JANE KEEFE JULIE KEHOE
Shfme Royal Oak Shrme Royal Oak Honor Roll I 2
Good sport Charleston kxd 3 4 Glee Club 5 Dr2m2IlCS 1 2
yumpxn jane ane Letter Club 3 4
Mxss Irxsb Oh I knew that ages
ago neatly groomed julie
Sr Benedlct Pontxac Yearbook Stal?
4 Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Class Oli
cerl 2 3 Glee Club 5 4 Drama
ucs 2 4 Thesplan 4 Forensic 1
Vu arxously rersalsle aboundzng xn
frxendlmess sweet jenny
lnely reader INaney
Shnne Royal Oak Honor Roll 4
Glee Club 5 4 Chou' 3 4 Soda
Serretanal ambxhon rurrent ez ents
wlnz aluays a kxnd hello Pal
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St. James, Ferndale. Class Officer, 22
Glee Club, 3, 42 Varsity Club, 2, 3, 42
JOHN KILLEEN Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 45 Football, 1, 2,
Shrine, Royal Oak. Honor Roll, 45 So- 3, 45 Baseball, 3, 4.
dallfii 4- Leadership in sportsmanship . . . vic-
Right from Catholic Central . . . Flor- torious on varsity . . . that certain lab
ian Zabach Il . . . willing to work technique . . . more funny faces than
. . . "Lights.' Curlain."' . . . jack.
Shrine Royal Oak Dramancs 4
Tall and silent curly broun hair
the rubber man . . . jim.
Holy Name Birmingham Honor Roll
2 3 4 Class Ofhcer 3 Glee Club
CSMC Officer 2 Dramancs 1 2
Cooperation plus really pleasant
conscientious student Barb
Our Lady Queen of Martyrs, Birming-
Serene the word . . . winsome smile . . .
typing art . . . little girl with a big
name . . . Diane.
St Hugo Bloomfield Hills
Sian the Man strictly for laughs
10 oclock scholar big black
Buick channeled and chopped
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radualed .... of 1952
Shrine, Royal Oak. Dramatics, 4.
Pride of the wallzers . . . never a dull
moment . . . hidden humor . . . lark.
Shrine Royal Oak
Kxd Berkley lbe Great Stone Fare
quite a :eme of humor behmd
those Ing blue eyes Chuck
Shrine, Royal Oak. Yearbook Staff, 4I
Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 42 Glee Club, 32
Dramatics, 22 Letter Club, 3, 42 Bas-
Radiant, with roxy cheek: . . . witty
wise tracks . . . Who drank all the
cakes? . . . Oh, Barb'r here . . . Barb.
Shrine Royal Oak Yearbook Staff 4
Glee Club 3
Hou about that? gettmg out of at
txuty period to uork m the ofiee
refreshmg personalxly Patsy
Our Lady, Queen of Martyrs,
His name's MrCarthy, but he'r no
dummy . . . there's a joker in the
MARY PAT ONEILL
St Benedict Detroit Honor Roll 2 4
Glee Club 2 3 Choir 2 3 4
Strxrtly femmme our strawberry
blonde Cy ugh' Pal
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Holy Name, Birmingham. Honor Roll, MARY LGU PLOURDE
2, 41 Glee Club, 3, 43 Choir, 2, 3, 45
Sodality, 43 C.S.M.C. Officer, 21 Bas-
ketball, 3, 4.
Cute and folly . . . eyirienry notable
. . . "I ran't I'm out of gas" . . .
Holy Name Birmingham
Putter: mutter: one laugh after
another Get that car Before
it gets you' Max
Shrine, Royal Oak. Honor Roll, 1, 23
Varsity Club, 3, 43 Baseball, 3, 4.
A Boston bean . . . free-lunch Phelan
. . . study conscious . . . hockey hero
. . . Bill.
Shrine Royal Oak Yearbook Staff 4
Honor Roll 1 Glee Club 3 CSMC
Officer 2 Dramatics 2 3 Basket
Dnnples and cherry cheeks lx e
a gzrl scout shes prepared for any
thing matter rhef Mary
Shrine, Royal Oak. Honor Roll, 1, 2,
43 Class Officer, 13 Glee Club, 5, 4?
Dramatics, 1, 23 Letter Club, 3, 4-
Beautiful beautiful brown eyes . . .
down to earth . . . rollicking laughter
. . . Lou.
Holy Name Birmingham Class Ofli
cer l Glee Club 3 4 Varsity Club
1 2 3 4 Basketball 3 Football l
2 3 4 Altar Boy 3
Star athlete bound to surreed
distinguished Never walks alone
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Our Lady of Sorrows Farmmgron
Yearbook Staff 4 Honor Roll 2 5
Class Officer 1 Glee Club 5 4 Dra
maucs 1 Lener Club 5
Anything for a friend aluays has
a laugh good ole L11 1
Shrme Royal Oak Honor Roll 1 2 5
4 Glee Club 3 4 Dramaucs 2 5
Letter Club 3 4
Straight from Vague a regular
seamstress happxness persomfied
Its so duxne Sharon
Our Lady Queen of Marty rs Blrmmg
ham Yearbook Staff 4 Honor Roll
4 Glee Club 3 4 Dramams 1 Len HELMUTH ROTH
ter Club 3
Sweet dtsposxhcn uarrn frxend
fernmme manner lol es those cakes
Holy Name Bxrmmgham Honor Roll
4 Class OH1cer 2 4 Glee Club 1 2
3 4 Dramaucs 1 2 4 Thespnan 4
4 Dramaucs 1 2 4 Thespnan 4
Dancer dwzne drumatxt person
Ah thats a good one Inch
Shrme Royal Oak
Dxrect from Austrza learns as!
our przde and joy humorous
Shrxne Royal Oak Honor Roll 4
Glee Club 2 3 4
Adept at draftzng mellow tenor
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Shrine, Royal Oak. Yearbook Staff, 42
Glee Club, 5, 42 Choir, 1, Z, 5, 42 Dra-
matics, 1, 22 Basketball, 1, 2.
Admirable singing voice . . . musie's
St Mary Royal Oak Honor Roll 1
2 3 4 Class Officer 1 Glee Club
ter Club 3 4
Nezer lost for uords test tube
talent uee sneezes Bez
Holy Name, Birmingham. Yearbook
Staff, 42 Honor Roll, 42 Glee Club, 5.
Miniature dynamo . . . pixie's rbarm
. . . lasting friendship . . . "Hey,
Shrine, Royal Oak.
New senior . . . easy-going guy . .
gets around . . . Tommy rome late
ly? . . . Torn.
Shrine Royal Oak Glee Club 1 5 4 Shrine Royal Oak Honor Roll 4
A ar Boy 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 3 4
Clvlwws f0'l5f4'1fl,V We 61715 Sanduirb assemblies Me Sister
rould use some o those rurls Ill go Mr Daugherty Bez
lobnny on the spot m
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32 Dramatics, 1, 22 Forensic, 1, 22 Let- 2 ' , , , 1' .' ' 1 , , " I ' ,P
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gra uafed .... of 1952
Gesu, Detroit. Yearbook Staff, 41 Class
Officer, 13 Glee Club, 5, 43 Dramatics,
1, 2, 52 Thespian, 2.
"We of the theatre" . . . taught in
the spotlight . . . rlerer . . . Got a
neu joke Camille
St Rita Detroxt Honor Roll 2 4
Glee Club 5
Dashing dark eyes ull o lx e
number please Ioyre
Shrine, Royal Oak. Yearbook Staff, 42
Class Officer, 21 Glee Club, 3, 41 Dra-
matics, 52 Letter Club, 5, 43 Tennis, 5,
41 Thespian, 3.
Attractirely brunette . . warmth of
manner . . . fair 'n' feminine . . .
skill ul sketfhes Pa
Shrme Royal Oak Yearbook Staff 4
Glee Club 4 Varsity Club 5 4
Basketball 'a 4 Football 4 Base
5 4 ar Boy 1
Sharpy porrupme rut Got a
porrh for that suxng lnens up
the party Norb
Shrine, Royal Oak. Glee Club, 5.
just give her a coke, potato :hips
and a piano and she's set for the
MARY JO STENGER
Holy Name Royal Oak Yearbook
Staff 4 Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Class
Oflicer 2 3 Glee Club 5 4 Sodalnty
Oiiicer 4 Dramaucs 1 2 3 Letter
Club 3 4 Tenms 3
Shining rurly tresses znarxous and
actn e Pepsodent smxle Io
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gra ualed .... of 1952
St. Hugo, Bloomfield Hills. Year-
book Staff, 42 Honor Roll, 45 Glee
Club, 3, 45 Choir, 1, 2, 5, 4.
Roguish grin . . . future woman in
white . . . stylish simplitity . . . ffm.
St Michael Pontiac Honor Roll 1
2 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Dramatits
Future TV announrer I haze a
question Father dog srbool de
Shrine, Royal Oak. Yearbook Staff, 42
Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 42 Glee Club, 3, 45
Dramatics, 13 Letter Club, 5, 4.
Hair like rorn silk . . . rhatterbox
. . . She's a lady-even her driver's
lifense says so . . . all in fun . . . Lois.
HAROLD VAN DEUSEN
Holy Name Birmingham Honor Roll
2 3 Varsity Club 3 4 Football 3 4
Marriage the lwxng death better
dead than ued best sport ei er
uatch those New Years Lie rezolu
St. Benedict, Royal Oak. Class OHicer,
53 Baseball, 3, 4.
Tailor-made . . . bark from Europe
. . . shoe-shine boy . . . Dirk.
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ROBFRT VAN FLETEREN
Holy Name Birmingham Yearbook
Sta 4 Honor Roll 1 2 3 Cass
Speed on the gridiron playboy
of the plumbers ouner of the
red streak VanFlut
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1, 23 Letter Club, 3, 4. . . . Officer, 1, 25 Varsity Club, 43 Foot-
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gra ua ted .... of 1952
Our Lady of LaSalelte, Berkley. Year-
book Stalf, 45 Honor Roll, 1, 2, 5, 41
Class Officer, 1, 35 Glee Club, 5, 43
Host of friends . . . xun tan . . . alert
and pert . . . mode: of the minute . . .
iwiyfdrv , ,
rm aw '
St Benedlct Hnghland Park
Sueetly femznxne a neu addxtxon
pearbes and cream Maureen
Our Lady of LaSalette Berkley. Year-
book Staff, 41 Honor Roll, 2, 3, 43
Class Officer, 53 C.S.M.C. Officer, 4.
Wbat a bit! . . . Lel'x play b' ball
. . . breakfast order, please . . . zoo
boy . . . yes, Jir, lbafs lark.
Shrme Parnsh Honor Roll 1 Z 5 4
Soft spoken gentle exp esszons
best mole rn tbe book Aorma
Shrine, Royal Oak. Yearbook Staff, 41
GIS? Club, 53 Basketball, 3, 45 Ten-
Soft blue eyes . . . poodle cut . . .
good-bye flaming "Liz" . . . "Slider
St Dems Royal Oak Yearbook Stall
Gracxous and graceful truly rbarm
mg aluays :beer ul Anrue
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G, lf - -, - ' Glee Club, 3, 4- 41 Glee Club, 3, 43 Sodality, 41 Letter
Charles E Coughlm
R1chard M Haney
Jerome L Krleg
Thomas Rodgers C S Sp
Leonard Foley O F M
Adrlan Doherty M S Ss T
and Mrs George Arce
and Mrs R L Baker
r and Mrs C A Pall Sr
and Mrs A E 1 l
Mr and Mrs Eugene DeMerchant
and Mrs W E Dev1ne
and Mrs ClareW D1tchy
Mrs H W Doran
Don and B111
and Mrs J E Dooley
and Mrs Robert Eady
Mrs Grace Balley
and Mrs L J Baxley
Grant E Becker
Mr and Mrs Lou1s Berger
Mrs E M Beyma
Mr and Mrs R E Belser
Mr and Mrs Otto B1SCh0f
and Mrs JohnW Brennan
and Mrs A F Burkart
and Mrs Frank S Caswell
and Mrs J H Chamberlam
and Mrs T L Chase
and Mrs A Chrlstensen
Mr and Mrs Leo H Clark
Mr and Mrs R A Cola1zz1
Mr and Mrs Claude Cole
Colleen C Cole
Mr and Mrs Harold Cooper
Robert G Cordts
Mr and Mrs R M Cowdm
Mr and Mrs JohnJ Curran
Mr and Mrs A Dabaldo
Evelyn L Dabaldo
Mr and Mrs Jun Daxler
Dr and Mrs H D Dav1s
Mrs A Dallocch1o
G Wrlght Defenthasler
Mr and Mrs A J DeL1s1e
Mr and Mrs Evers
The F1ve Sklrts
Mr and Mrs Paul Flayole
Mr and Mrs JosephA Flanmgan
Mrs Althea Florek
The Four C s
Compl1ments of a Frlend
Mr and Mrs Edward Gagne
Mr and Mrs J Gardner
Mrs S Gerhold
Mrs MarJor1e Gesen
Mr and Mrs O M GIGS
Mr and Mrs Glrard
Charles S Glenn
Mr and Mrs L Gosselm
Mr and Mrs Leo C Graff
and Mrs Jack Grey
and Mrs C B Hamllton
and Mrs H J Hammond
J D Harr1man
and Mrs F J Henkel
and Mrs Frank W Hlgby
Mr and Mrs Paul H H1gg1ns
Hollywood Super Market
805 South Campbell
J M Howtmg
Mr and Mrs
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G M Jordan
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FOR THAT YOUNG KAY BAUM LOOK
Modeled by Nancy Deering
LY E J WALKER
21040 Cooludge Hughway
Phone JOrdon 4 5925
IN eu Hudson Plant
Hall Road New Hudson Much
Phone South Lyon 7231
SAND and GRAVEL
Detrolt 35 Mvchlgan
Llncoln 4 2065
6404 ohn R Road Rochester
Mulberry 9 1010
902 S WASHINGTON
Royal Oak Mnchugan
For soft water and condrtaonmg FACTS
call your local water softenmg eng:
neers No obligation no charge
INVESTIGATE before you INVEST
Water condmonmg from S89 00 up
THE SPARTAN CO
2335 Woodward Berkley
LI 3 3747 MI 4 2716
For over 25 years
Electncal Applumces o Merzt
THE GOOD HOUSEKEEPING SHOPS
Means Servzce A ter The Sale
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS
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Com hm ents o
Eldest and Largest
Com liments o . .
3603 N Woodward Averse
Royal Oak Mach
For Both Young and Old
Smartly Appointed Spotlessly Clean
Chuck n Chips Fish n Chaps
s u s IE Q
Woodward Ave Just North of 12 Mile
Sherman s Marlxel'
ualzty Meats Groceries
lO 00 A M 9 00 P M
3742 W I2 Mnle Be kley
Com lzments 0
Bel Alre Drlve ln
4611 N Woodward Avenue
Royal Oak Much
Congratulations To The
Ars Flo Mag CQ
p' f--y I
Q. - .
P' fm- '- .
Fine Footuear Smce 1920
255 North Woodward Avenue
GRAHAM SHELL SERVICE
Pxrk U p and Delzvery
T O W I N G
4000 North Woodward
Royal Oak Llncoln 59451
WILLIAM SULLIVAN 81 SON
Establlshed I 906
705 W Eleven Mule Rd at Pleasant
Y A L O
Good Luck' Llncoln I 9103
Three cheers to the Sensors of good old
Heres hoping this wont be our last
As a senior class you ve been loads of fun
PAUL S AUTO WASH
Szmonzze Glztler Glaze Polzsh
6 O N Woodward Ave Royal Oak
ERNIE BELL INC
DeSoto Plymouth Sales and Sen :te
221 N Mann Street Royal Oak Mach
Phone Llncoln I 0280
POWER S HAMBURGER
we ssnvf EM of SACK EM
524 N Woodward ROY'-'l ook
I want to be your Caterer
Y S I L
INDUSTRIAL CATERING sERvlcE
Llncoln 5 4451
H E R R ' '
R o A K ' f ' I
' ' So congratulations from 30ll!
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U - , f R A E . v A
SAGAN S SWEET SHOP
Nu Hue Custom Color
Stop zn at Sagans or A ter Date Snacks
3822 WEST 13 MILE ROAD
Royal Oak Mlchlgan
6 Ready Mixed Pamts
SCOTTS LAWN CARE PRODUCTS
Housewares Sporfmg Goods O Q J a J
I I 2 4700
4400 N WOODWARD Lncon Hamburgers Shakes Malts
4 Blocks South 14 Mule Road
2904 N WOODWARD LI 5 9570
TOM S NORTHWOOD MARKETS
12811 Woodward Cor Glendale
906 No Woodward Cor Cofalpa
0 poszte Northu ood Inn
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Bowman s Farm Cupboard
9 Mule and Inkster Road
General Due Cashng Co
Zmf and Alumzmnn
1956 Burdette Ferndale Much
Co m hm ents 0
Royal Oak Mlchlgan
220 WASHINGTON DRIVE ROYAL OAK
Duck Corning s
426 Woodward Royal Oak
Publix Men s Wear
Washungton Square Bldg Royal Oak
Jack Greys Mkl
There 15 a D1 erence
1210 Catalpa U 21 65
If Its H rdwa e We H Xe It
Frentz 8z Sons Hardware
1010-1012 IN Mam at Catalpa
ROYAL OAK MICH
LINCOLN 2 5670
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May joy and success be yours
as the years pass Best o
luck to you our graduating class
HewlH' Metals Corp
12TH and STANLEY
TYler 5 3846
498 So Washington
Royal Oak Mlchlgan
SZL6 l I1 Hoa suouoluasas Jog
suouopowwooay usapow :mln
sayzng prpug snounxnq 01
'8 O.LN3llElOS S'l3lOW HHJ.
Furs Cleaned 81 Glazed
Wedding Gowns 8. Formals
Hand Fmshed Laundry
2452 N WOODWARD LI 3 9200
ADRIAN COTTER S TAVERN
CLASS OF 1952
SCHWARTZ FLOWER SHOP
FTD Members LI 15
221 S Mann Street Royal Oak
day or AAA mgbl
Ll I 2 80
S . S . G E ' ' '
Pick-up 6 Delivery . . . .
Ph. . -124 ,-8
AI Neerlemer Real+or
To the Graduatmg Class o 1952
Many thanks and congratulatzons
Go out rom us to you
May you be the best and have the best
That God has zn store or you
May all your troubles be little ones
And all your worrzes ew
As ue sand be ore Thanks-Seniors'
Woodward 81 Glenwood
llncoln 2 7100 jg,-dan 4 635Q
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Your dry cleamug recenter
HAVE You SEEN OUR P E R SQNAL
BRAND NEW MODELS? ATTENTIQN
uben ,you send zt to us'
Tom McDonnell, Inc
ALSO well waterproof your
lackets 0 moth proof wool
UNCOLN MERCURY ens 0 and store your out
Sales and Seruce of season garments so they
are really safe'
850 S Woodward Barmlngham
5 W d d e 16717 Ha l
Advance Plating Co lnc
S 6CIt1llZI71g In
POLISHING and BUFFING
of Stalnless Steel and Brass
Productuon Platmg to Speclflcatlon
In Copper Nickel Chrome Silver 8. Gold
Industrial 6 Automotne Parts
38 000 Sq Fl Floor Spare
60 000 Gals Bright Nuckel 70 O00 Amps Generation
TWlnbrook l 4000
13440 Klmger Den-gn 12
B M BAUR Owner
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286 oo war Av . mi ton Ave.
Llntoln 3-0540 UNiversiry 3-.1010
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CLARE 8c SNELL REAL ESTATE
2712 Woodwcrc Ave
Lincoln 2 7100 JO dm' 4 6359
cutest 3' S "
cards yi-wc, " gk 51?
Wlq 'QQ KLEBBA s STATIONERS
Cajldb 515 So Wash ngton
5 9 Royal Oak Mich
Hoover Tool and Due Company
20550 HOOVER ROAD
Defrost 5 Mnchngon
Stam mg Dies Tools Fzrlures Gauges
Deszgmng and Engzneermg
Phone Lakeview 7 0880
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YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD BANK
THE WAYNE 0AKlAND BANK
R S50 OOO 000
You wi fu furious, friendly
esources over , ,
0 a a - er c - Clawson
i h an ar
4 'W '
1 1 214 ,faux A I f ' '
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Catbolzc Su ply House, Inc
Eslablzsbed for 0167 50 years
'I414 Farmer St WO 2 5131
FEIIII WIIIIII CHEVROLET IIIII
New Cars and New Trucks
Used Cars and Used Trucks
22346 WOODWARD AVE
Ferndale 20 At Academy
IIIILL BUILDING IIIIIIPAIIY
Bullder of Quallty Homes
LI 4 4200
2344 WOODWARD Royal Oak
F0rest 6 4600
3721 East Seven Mule Road
DETROIT 34 MICH
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J. A. Leslie 81 Sons
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PRI T RS
93 unees of Progress
No one could ever call a typlcal 1880 telephone operator
llght headed Especlally when she had her headset on
all SIX pounds six ounces of xt
That 1880 headset though was a good piece of
equipment the best of llS day But with nts box lxke
transmltter and leather harness lt couldn t by any stretch
of the lma mation be called comfortable
Today of course lt s a dllferent story The telephone
operator now wears a strcamllned headset that welghs
only nlne ounces 93 ounces less than the 1880 model
It fits her llke a new sprlng bonnet and makes her Job
as the Voice wlth a SlI'lllC easier than ever before
And speakm of jobs lf you re graduating tlns year
and are looking for an lnterestmg lmportant job
Michigan Bell may have one for you Why not drop ln
soon for an IDLCYVICW?
MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE CUMPANY
Employment Ofhce 421 Williams, Royal Oak
3040 Gratiot Avenue
:Manufacturers of Shrme Class Rmgs
We wfsh to acknowledge our Indebtedness
the Art Department Mary Duffy
Mr Eugene DeMerchant for has tnmely and
to all who m any way contributed elther finan
clal practncal or moral support
S J GIIRISTIE
Builder of Flne Homes
I4l4 Vlnsetta L I5 0
ROYAL OAK MICHIGAN
Commerclal and Residential
4137 HURON ROAD
L0 2 3079
To all the Sensors o 52
A hope of bappzness we send
A guiding hand zn work and lay
You ze been to us day by day
Goodbye arewell so long
Pip pzp to the Seniors 52
Q. 5 ' ' e - Say I
' I 1 You '
c A s u AL It Gonslruclion Go.
" The ,
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XVO 3 4030
ESTELLE M. BALL
The White Elephant
Unusual Antiques and Bnc A Brac
724 W FIRST ST ROYAL OAK MICH
In the Mxd West the East and the ar West
you ull! nd the Mother Seton
SISTERS OF CHARITY
Engaged zn the olloumg works of Claarzty
SOCIAL SERVICE MISSIONS
MIKE WELCH nr.
4, 112.1 Sl
415 South Washlngfon
W A Wallace Cornpang
Ohloms fzibfcan 51
John R at Ten 11116 Road
HAZEL PARK MICHIGAN
LInco1n 3 1000
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FKJUW QLLQILI' ,
Ponhac Couniry Club
I8 HOLES EXCELLENT CONDITION
Feafurmg Michigan s Fmesf
and Mos? Modern
4335 ELIZABETH LAKE RD
Ponhac Phone FE 5 8939
We Cater to Banquets
FRANK K SYRON Prop 8- Owner
Gorman 8: Thomas
Frank A Gorman Pres
Edw A Stenger Vice Pres
MAJESTIC BLDG DETROIT
PRO-SHOP - Bar-Grille - Night Driving Ronge
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9 X Our Seniors know bow to write a book! .
xg I f you don't believe it, just take a look! -
Of your fine l s ' ' bty ud
And 'we're la to say it r gb loud! hi
E Rely on the Sopbomores to add the tradition A
At least we've made it our ambition!
S a o be with you
' 4 in the years to come.
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"Courtesy our Specialty'
u ,lcwmf 1, sfufyfns N Q
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Homemade Ice Crecml
Curb Servnce open fa! 2
4309 Woodward Avenue
M s I
Phone !.I. 4-7262
ROYAL OAK MT CLEMENS
Smart emmme apparel
or the past 20 years
For the nest m Records
78 45 33lf3 RPM
Fourth St Royal Oak Much
Pop Classics Chlldren
C o m plzm ents
S S Kresge Co
183 N Woodward
Y BIRMINGHAM MICHIGAN
3103 05 Cadillac Tower
complete stock of coats capes
and scarfs at reasonable prices
Insured cold storage reparrs and
1512 S WOODWARD Llncoln 5 4242
R. . PS
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Twice a week Mrs. john Boone, public health nurse,
gives her service to Shrine students.
The April Mission Assembly was
dedicated to the graduating class
and old Father Time fTom Stanke-
vichj peeked into the past for such
interesting items as "when you and
I were young, darling." They had
no secrets left as these pictures show.
Charles Wischman fMargaret Tru-
manj sang a fetching duet with
Christopher Lynch Uames Manion.j
Lt. Ray Staats of the Youth
Bureau of the Detroit police force,
addressed Shrine students on teen-
age driving. Exhibit A was the
wretkage from the much-publicized
Moore atcident ln which four teen-
agers and two adults were killed.
Grant we lveseaclmlfhee, llaal we may ever lu
Gfhy mosl pure lamps: lhaf Uhou, the Aullwr
of fight mayesl shine llwougla us always
ancl dwell in ue willwul
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