St Anthony High School - Antholite Yearbook (Detroit, MI)
- Class of 1951
Page 1 of 88
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1951 volume:
Carol Ann Christ
I o Ann Dillon
Mary Ann Brown QFFIQEBS
CSDIC Roger Rousseau
if f' '
: .-1?- X '
' wi ' '
f ,k,A .
. 4 df
'ziffw ' '
.1 , 2
AN T HOLIT E
il' 'A' 'lr
N 215513.-Pfi? -J
1, o Q P
TH D M
The Senior Class
St. Anthony High School
www X0 xwmbqkif
4 .:p., 1-
V-.-.-,,. -.-. .- 4 ' ,- .,., f :b s-.-2-Q.
, ..,,.4,. 0 ,,,:., .,,.. x ,,m,V ,..
35,1 ,,,. V .V
- " W 3
1 A-1 K Q
'I 7 A 4
ff 1 f , 0
f ' M f JV
,4,.,.,.A,,. ..,. A . ..,w..,, QZ4,4,w5f,f?576?Qi Zj.q ,
, 5 '
EWS flashes of war, bombs, planes, and inventions headline the coun-
try's papers: wire, cable, and radio transmit this history in the making. Popular
newspapers and magazines permanently record these big, world-wide events,
but the little everyday events of our lives, those events that are so big, so
important to us, are recorded here in our 1951 Antholite.
As you look through these pages of the '51 Antholite now and in the
years to come, may they always serve to remind you of those little events
that played so important a part in the year 1950-51 spent at St. Anthony High.
This book pictures the cherished memories ot your high school life, its
proms, football games, social activities, and the lasting friendships made
with teachers and classmates.
The entire staff of the '51 I-lntholite hopes you will enjoy the contents ol
this year book.
May it serve to help strengthen the bond between you and your school,
reminding you of the Catholic principles which that school tried to instill
into your hearts.
HIS EXCELLENCY EDWARD CABDINAL MOONEY
Archbishop of Detroit
O OUR parents who have been our partners all through twelve years ol
school life, we dedicate this issue oi the I-XNTHOLITE. Years ago they welcomed
us as God's gilt . . . loved and cherished us through our infancy . . . calmed
our fears . . . mended our broken hearts and toys . . . sent us at a sacrifice
to a Catholic school . . . guided us through twelve years of school work and
lun. They were proud of us when we graduated from grade school . . . they
listened to our tales of high school joys and tribulations . . . gave us encourage-
ment and comfort when we needed it . . . rejoiced at our successes. and gloried
in our little triumphs.
We will never be able fully to repay them, but as a mark ol our apprecia-
Lion, as payment in part, We dedicate this, our ANTHOLITE, to God's grand
gilt to us ,... OUR PARENTS.
To 0ur Parents:
To you, dear Parents, our helpers and guides.
We write these lines in humble pride:
It was the warmness of your smile and hand
That let us know you could understand
Each childish fear, prank and scheme,
And likewise our most cherished dream.
But into the world we now must go,
And so, dear Parents. we want you to know
Your sacrifices were not in vain,
For etemal life is our foremost aim.
Marlene Korloch, '51
Understanding in our problems
Helpful in our needs
Rejoicing in our joy
Sympathetic in our sorrow
Proud in our achievements
Encouraging in our failures
Confident in our ambitions
Guiding in our earthly strife
These are our parents
The head and heart of our homes.
Margie Stevens, '51
Right Reverend Carroll F. Dectdy
Cottholic School Superintendent
Reverend Ioseph S. Rcrible, C.PP.S.
Pastor of St. Anthony Porish
Rev. Edwin Murphy, C.PP.S.
instructing senior cigss on
Proofs ot the Existence ot God.
Rev. Raymond Zupkie, C.PP.S.
gives o chalk talk to the junior
cigss to iiiustrote the Mystery
ot the Trinity.
Rev. Charles Bricher, C.PP.S.
gives ct refresher course on the
Sacraments to the sophomore cioss
Rev. Roman Roclcrk, C.PP.S.
stressing the 'ti-ionor thy Fother gnd
Mother . . . " to cr freshman group.
7, ' IIN
gk Q, 5
f A, ,A
f -1 ,wyj
2 N M g
. . YW
z ' ,: Q1
,W :fffs M.
4 W ,y
,iw W ,,
'-awe, sf, Q
Zgzrgfa' X '
9 .4 4
t , it
4, W .Q gf
mf ,W wif- ywxmmw
Ms' W N W
ww aw W v
4 V Q-.. Z wx
,, X., .x
My ff SY
dw Q" af
SISTER MARY FORTUNATA
SISTER MARY AGNOLA
SISTER MARY AMICA
SISTER MARY ANN
SISTER MARY ANTONICE
SISTER MARY BENEDETTE
SISTER MARY CIRINE
SISTER MARY DANIEL
SISTER MARY ELLEN
Director Girls' Athletics
SISTER MARY FAUSTINE
SISTER MARY GILBERTINE
SISTER MARY GREGORY
Sophomore Sodality Moderator
SISTER MARY HELEN
SISTER MARY HENRIANNE
Senior Sodality Moderator
SISTER MARY HERMINE
Holy Name Moderator
SISTER MARY ISIDORA
SISTER MARY IANE FRANCES
SISTER MARY LAURENZA
SISTER MARY MADELEVA
Freshman Sodality Moderator
SISTER MARY RITA
MISS EILEEN WAGNER
September Event March Event
7 Opening Day 5 School is Host to Representative ol Michigan
14 I. A. Assembly Bell Telephone Company
19 Unilorms 5 to9 Safety Education in the United States
OCi0bel' 7 Teacher Institute
10 C.S.M.C. General Assembly 13 Iunior Class Program lor School and Parents
15 Living Rosary 15 Sodality Sponsors a Vocation Program
17 Miss Hickey 19 C.S.M.C. General Meeting
20 Afternoon Dance 21 Spring Vacation Begins
26 Vatican Film 23 Good Friday
31 Hallowe'en Party-Freshmen
November 2 School Reopens
l All Sqlnls 5 Colored Film-"Red Stallion"
3 General Sodality Assembly 6 End of Third Quarter
7 C.S.M.C. General Assembly 10 Special Program in Honor of St. Ioseph-
9 P.T.A. Open House S0Ph0m0Ye Class
10 Holy Name Meeting 11 Patronage of St. Ioseph-Pastor's Saint's Day
10 End oi First Quarter 13 Letlefmenls Dance
14 police Band 13 P.T.A. Meeting-Teens
17-18 Vocation Day 19 Rip V011 Winkle
22 Movie-Holy Name 24 General Sodality Assembly
28 General Sodality Meeting May
3 Ascension Day
December 4 Holy Name-Installation of Officers
1 Blessing ot Advent Wreaths 6'7 Senior PIGY
5 Movie-Drafting Class 11 Senioplunio' Prom
7 Second Advent Candle 22 Choral Program
8 Immaculate Conception 28 Religion Exam-Diocesan
12 C.S.M.C. General Assembly 2931 Senior Exams
13 Historical Movie-"Remember The Alamo"
14 Senior Girls-Nursing lime
15 Third Advent Candle 3 Senior DUY
19 Senior Sodality Meeting 5 Class PGY
21 Senior Christmas Program 6 Holy Mass-Graduates
22 Fourth Advent Candle 7-8 Exams-Freshman. Sophomores, and Iuniors
10 Graduation Day
january 14 School out
3 School Reopens
4 Holy Name Club Dance
9 Senior C.S.M.C. Meeting
9 Cap and Gown Measurements
10 Shakespeare Film
12 Holy Name Meeting F
29 Semester Holiday
30 General Sodality Meeting 0Eiil'0l'S 0E
February Student Council
5 Prelude Mardi Gras
3 girly vlgiiieiiliggting Aileen Hillery. President
13 C-5-M-C Assembly' George Valenta. Vice President
22 Sport Film - u
23 Senior Girls Hostesses to Delegates lrom Lorraine Rwmid' Secretary
Madonna College Edward Lawrence. Treasurer
26 Catholic Press Skit . . .
27 General Sodality Assembly
1 , ,914 1
191 I 4
7 . yn
, 1110, , 4,115 f "
j 11 1 f
M f 4j4ZfgZ'f4ffHf Qiwf'
Q 7,11 1
f f,2ffff f"
, 1 1151, 1
1 Q '
1 X 4,3141
L. to R. Frances Riehl, Marjorie Codd, Ronald Fasse, Bruce Kennedy, Nancy Mueller
The 1951 ANTHOLITE is the result of the combined effort of the entire
school. Sister Mary Iane Frances, advisor, and the general staff express
their appreciation for the wholehearted co-operation received from the faculty
and student body.
Special mention goes to:
The Camera Club
Under the supervision of Sister Mary Gilbertine they have
taken all the pictures except those of the graduates in cap
The Business Managers
Under Sister Mary Helen they handled all the work connected
with the patron drive.
Co-Editors: Marjorie Codd, Frances Riehl
Sports Editors: Ronald Fasse, Norman Ziegenfelder, Dorothy Murray
Art: Nancy Mueller
Photography: Bruce Kennedy, Ioseph Duchene
Business Managers: Iosephine Serazio, Walter Ribant
Staff: Ioseph Sumeracki, Patricia Grady, Mary Ann Schutter.
Typists: Carol Doran, Dorothy Murray, Elizabeth Simmons.
L. to R. Ioseph Duchene,
Sfster M. Gllbertine,
L. to R. Ioseph Sumeracki.
Iosephine Serazio, Patricia
Grady, Walter Ribant, Mary
L. to R. Elizabeth Simmons,
Carol Doran, Dorolhy Murray.
The monthly publication of St. Anthony High
School, The Prelude, kept this group of seniors
busy. Going over last minute details at dead-
line time are the members of the stall
Seated: L. Rivard, A. Hillery, C. A. Christ, S.
Gurtz, M. L. Cooley, co-editors C. Dulcamara
and M. Neary. Standing: G. Valenta, I. A.
Dillon, I. Mobley, M. Antonelli.
The circulation and business end of publishing the school news were aptly
he handled by David Fanale and Ioris Nuytten who are shown addressing and
sorting the envelopes to be mailed.
Ianuary, 1943-a new year! Yes, but something more to the students ot St. Anthony High School, for this was the
year in which the Prelude made its debut. Rev. Daniel A. Lord, S. I. gave this deeply inspiring passage as the reason
for the name of this paper. "Prelude to Lite, of course. Prelude to the iullness ot Catholic Action . . . Prelude to
the serious things to be done for God and Country. . . Prelude in the sense ot Keynote, struck loudly and
harmoniously . . . the opening bars to a beautiful melody you'll play all your lives . . . These are the years oi your
Prelude to life, as life is just the Prelude to our real life with God."
These were high standards and ideals to set before a new and bewildered staif. Each year another new stati has
taken over and tried to live up to these principles and publish a lively and interesting paper that will keep St.
Anthony students on their toes, spiritually, physically, and socially. And this is the work of the Prelude stall.
wnww mmmwunA.....4m,..am amwm.. mmAm..1,, . wmmwmwwmvmmaw xmmmm-
x is A
Q QE t
.. ..,, : fx. X - x time
255, :g1g:.s:f.,:':.:1-f., 3 .' ' -' wtf'-.Q Rffr' Wffywf
335, - tv 't WW ' H
135,21 ...Ts N, iz? 4 M J 9, , yi,
C 4 ff,
Dorothy I. Abate St. Anthony
"Dot" likes swimming and dancing . . . favorite
subject is history . , . hopes to have a family
of her own.
Iudith A. Andrews St. john Berchrnan
"Iudy" enjoys ice skating and dancing, likes
science best . , . would like to become a nurse.
Martin I. Antonelli St, Anthony
"Marty" is captain of the football team, likes
bowling and Writing articles, hopes to play foot-
ball for Notre Dame,
Ieanne R. Arnold Guardian Angel
"Ieannie" enjoys driving . . . her favorite sub-
ject is biology , . . intends to be a bookkeeper
and then get married,
Margaret A. Andrezik Assumption Grotto
"Meg" enjoys bowling and reading . . . likes
general business best . . . Wants to be a police-
Marion D. Antonelli St. Anthony
Marion likes dancing and football . . . enjoys
biology , , . would like to Work in an office.
Rosemary T. Badaczewski Holy Name
"Boogie" enjoys dancing and ice skating . . .
likes shorthand . . . Wants to be a secretary.
Marguerite E. Baird Patronage of St. joseph
"Margie" likes roller skating and music . . .
enjoys science class most . . . hopes to be a
Our Parents, who welcomed usf
us as a gift from God . . .
Margaret Budzinski St. Iohn Berchrnan
"Margie" is the secretary-treasurer of the Fu-
ture Nurses' Club likes skating and English . , .
Wants to be a woman in white.
David Lamont Bums St. Anthony
"Monty likes all sports . . , science is his fav-
orite subject , . . Wishes to become a commercial
Carlo I. Catenacci St. Anthony
"Carl" is the vice-president of the Crusade . . .
interested in sports . . . enjoys drafting . , , might
be a lawyer.
Carol Ann Christ St. Elizabeth
"Kitten" is corresponding secretary of the crus-
ade and class treasurerg likes horseback riding
. , . wants to be a nurse
Marjorie I. Codd St. lohn Berchman
"Marj" is the co-editor of the Antholite . , .
likes Girl Scouting and square dancing .
hopes to be a teacher.
Mary Lou Cooley St. Iohn Berchman
"Louie" has been a crusade homeroom officer
for four years, likes horseback riding and typing,
hopes to be a secretary.
Mary Ann Berthiaume St. lohn Berchrnan
"Mickey" likes practically everything , , . short-
hand ranks high in favorite subjects . . . hopes
to be a stenographer.
Richard A. Brombach Assumption Grotto
"Dick" is interested in popular music and sports
. . . likes bookkeeping . . . wants to be a book-
Mary Ann Brown St. Margaret Mary
"Brownie is the vice-president of the Sodality,
likes bowling and shorthand, hopes to be a
grade school teacher.
Russell P. Bucci Assumption Grotto
"Russ" is the president of the Senior class, vice-
president of the Holy Name . . . wants to take
a college business course.
., V .,.., .-.. , iw.,-.-.,-,C-,.,
1:-C515-21?E52!:fEg:Q:9f5:X KX 1
, ff Q, -9,
Q , X ip Q
6 C 17' ,
ff "' f ck Q ,
we 0 ff .fx 4
.. .ky-fr. f 04147.
'X '95 Q "'lf!f,3f., vfpw .21 ' 451 "' '
-1 ---- 1 -1,1-:-rr ,..,.. . zrgfiw
,-w-z-:1:z2:::z::w--9 : 1 ,3 - f
,.:::,::1:f,:gs:z51gz:.,i,5w 3 A 5 . -
ali. 1' f t
V., , J ,A
my , 4-
' i .
2, J pg if
Wy A at -
Q ' 'fzws:we-.:..gfg5,355315,fr --
J W-ff " ., :fl
-ff I 3- , 111 1'iE'.'11:'::::1.'2:.,
':ffs.,5-1321511 1 .5 5'
1 ' V
- i t all 5
V- ., .,..., ,.
, ,V ...,-..,,,..,,,4,5--I..Z.M,3.,,.,.:4,W ,. ,..., ., ,,,,w ,,,,,.,, -4,-,Q ,J IM. -,. g , . m:,.:,5..,,v.,.:,...:,:..x. y
Patricia A. Cronin Assumption Grotto
l'Pat" is a basketball player and bowler . . .
favorite subject is English . . . desire is to be-
come a secretary.
Iosephine A. Darragh Assumption Grotto
"Io" likes roller skating and swimming . . .
favorite subject is typing . . , aims to be a sec-
Thomas H. Daschke Immaculate Conception
"Tom" enjoys driving a car . . . favorite sub-
ject is English . . . would like to become a busi-
Richard A. Daudlin St. Anthony
"Dick" likes sports and coin collecting . . , likes
history best . . . played basketball and football
. . . Wants to go to college.
Carolan Dulcamara St. lohn Berchman
"Kay" is the co-editor of the Prelude, finds en-
Carol L. Doran St. Margaret Mary
'lKay" is the vice-president of the "A" club and
president of the girls' bowling, intends to be ct
joyment in oil painting . . . likes English best
. . . would like to be a nurse.
David E. Fanale St. luliana
"Dave" is a cheer leader and Business Manager
Ioseph D. Duchene Guardian Angel
'loef' the prefect of the sodality . . , likes swim-
of the Prelude , . . likes taking care of a car
ming and skating . . . math is favorite subject
. . . hopes to be a dentist.
. . . wants to be a math teacher,
Ronald W. Fisher St. Raymond
'lRonnie", second vice-president of the Holy
Name . . . likes sports and drafting . . . aims to
Ronald A. Fctsse St. Iulianna
'lRonnie" is the sports editor of the Antholite,
bowler and sports fan . . . enjoys drafting . . . be Cm engineer
wants a job working outside.
Ieanette M. Gainor St. Matthew
"lanet" is a basketball player and bowler . . .
likes sports . . . enioys typing . . . hopes to join
the Women's Marine Corps.
Patricia A. Finn St. Iohn Berchman
"Pat" likes to take pictures . , . her favorite sub-
ject is history . . . hopes to be a secretary.
Led us to a 'fit' ll
- :A r G0
spiritual banquet . . . F Q .
Lorraine I. Garavaglia St. Matthew Barbara I. Gebauer St. Anthony
"Gary," the captain ot the girls' basketball team "Babs" likes art Work and basketball . . . fav-
likes bowling, swimming and typing , . . Wants orite subject is bookkeeping . . , Wants to be-
to be a hair stylist. come a bookkeeper.
Sylvia I. Garbarino St. Anthony Ioseph Gentilia St. Anthony
"Garbo" dislikes people who jump to con- "joe" linds enjoyment in skating . . . his fav-
clusions . . . enjoys shorthand and typing . . . orite subject is General business . . . would like
wants to be a private secretary. to go into business.
Francis L. Gietzen Holy Name Patricia A. Grady Ascension
"Franks" hobby is photography . . . likes math "Pat," a Senior bowler . . . is a music tan . . .
best . . , Wants to be an office Worker or likes science best . . . has the intention to be a
Elizabeth M. Gloss St. Anthony Ioseph A. Grimaldi Guardian Angel
"Lizzie," the crusade president likes swimming "Ioe" likes surf skiing and painting, his lav-
and typing . . . wants to major in sociology at orite subject is drafting . . . would like to be
U, gf D, an architect.
WQKT Rederlicated usb .
AAA M46 to Has great service . . .
Sharon A. Gurtz ASC91'1SiOD
"Sherry" dislikes people who don't act their
age . . . enjoys Crocheting , . . favorite subject
is Latin . . , wants to be a nurse.
Ioanne E. Hepp Our Lady of Good Counsel
"lo" likes reading and watching television . . .
history is her favorite subject . . . Wants to be
Aileen Hillery St. Anthony
"Aileen," the president of the student council , . .
enjoys doing handiwork . . . likes shorthand
. . . Wants to be a medical stenographer.
William Hinkson St. Anthony
"Bill" likes bowling and baseball . . , favorite
subject is drafting . . . Wishes to attend college.
Kenneth Hulburd Assumption Grotto
"Ken" finds enjoyment in reading mechanics'
magazines . . , likes algebra . , . hopes to be
Kenneth P. Huri l-loly Name
"Ken's" hobbies are model trains and collecting
jokes . , , likes general business . . . plans to
enter the business World.
Ida L. Iacobucci St. Elizabeth
"fda" thinks dancing is fun . . . likes math,
science and language . . , Wants to become
Elizabeth G. Isrow St. Anthony
"Lizzie," a member of the bowling league . . .
likes bookkeeping . , . dislikes angry people , . .
would like to be a singer,
Franklin D. Iwankovitsch St. David
"Frank" is a photography fan . . , enjoys chem-
istry best . . . will probably go into the Armed
Louise A. Iakubowski St. Hyacinth
"Lou" likes bowling and swimming . . . short-
hand and typing are her favorte subjects . . .
Wants to be a stenographer.
Leo E. Klatt Assumption Grotto
"Lee," the treasurer of the sodality , . . likes
swimming and history . . . plans to be a doctor.
Richard A. Kline St. lgnatius
'lDick" likes cars . . . drafting is his favorite
subject . . . would like to become an electrical
Andrew D. Koerber Guardian Angel
"Dons" hobby is fishing . . . history is his fav-
orite subject . , . plans to become an air craft
Iames I. Kolley St. David
"jim," the vice-president of the Holy Name bowl-
ing league and captain of the basketball team,
wants to be a pharmacist.
Richard F. Kolpasky St. Anthony
"Dicks" hobby is bowling . . . his favorite sub-
ject is drafting which explains Why he would
like to be a draftsrnan.
Marlene D. Korloch St. Anthony
"Cooky" likes to dance and skate . . . enjoys
Latin best , . . dislikes conceited people . . .
hopes to marry."
Marion E. Keena St. Anthony
"Marion" finds fun in singing and roller skating
. . . enjoys music . . . wants to enter the enter-
Iohn R. Keller
"Big john", the "A" Club president likes ping
pong . . . enjoys general business . , . plans
to take a business course in college.
Bruce C. Kennedy St. julianna
"Brucie" enjoys experimenting in photography
. . . likes drafting best . . . aims to be a civil
Elizabeth A. Kinsler Guardian Angel
"Betty" like to draw . . . her favorite subject is
bookkeeping . . , would like to travel to Hawaii.
Lawrence F. Kornack St. Charles Therese M. Kress Our Lady Queen of Heaven
"Larry' likes pinochle and roller skating . . . "Terry" is the chairman of the Crusade literary
drafting is his favorite subject . . . Wants to unit . . , enjoys bowling and biology . . . plans
be a draftsman. to attend the University of Detroit.
Geraldine Kozlowski Mary Louise Krupczak St. Anthony
Our Lady of Good Counsel "Mary Lou" dislikes impatience . . , enjoys
HGWTYH is U member of lhe bowling leumf fishing . . . likes to type . , . Will probably Work
likes to dance . . . enjoys shorthand . , . hopes in Cm Office-
to Work in an office,
Mary Agnes Labiak St. Anthony Wllllam I' Lang Sl-AmhOnY
"Bill" likes dancing and mechanical Work on
cars . . . drafting is his favorite subject . . .
Wants to be a policeman.
"Aggie" is the advisor to the class president,
likes to collect dolls . . . enjoys algebra . . .
plans to get married.
Kevin T. Lane Guardian Angel Ioan Lcrpa Holy Name
"Kev" likes basketball and math . . . played l'Ioannie" likes to play the piano and sew . . .
football during senior year . . . would like to enjoys shorthand and history most . . . Wants to
attend college. be a secretary.
They were proud 0 as when
we graduated from grade school . . .
Edward I. Lawrence Holy Name
"Eddie" is the treasurer ol the student council,
likes drafting as a hobby . . , would like to
be-come a drattsrnan. .
Ioyce Leahey St. Iohn Berchman
"lay" likes roller skating, dancing and American
History . . , dislikes Wearing uniforms , . . Wants
to be a stenographer,
Marguerite A. Lessnau St. Iohn Berchman
"Margie" collects classical records, enjoys art
and shorthand . . . Wants to becorne a secretary.
Richard I. Marcil St. David
"Dick" enjoys photography . . . his favorite class
is physics . . . would like to become a pho-
S J' - r hi hi school joys and tribula ionsf
W It WM'
They listened to our ta es o
Marianne McDonald St. john Berchman
"Mac," the Prelude literary editor . , . likes dogs,
basketball and dancing , . . Wants to be a lab
Richard L. Medaugh St. David
"Dicks" hobby is photography . . . the subject
he enjoys rnost is rnath . . . would like to become
Ioan Meiron St. john Berchman
"lo" likes coloring photographs . . . her favorite
subject is bookkeeping . . . would like to do
Lena M. Misuraca St. Margaret Mary
"Lee," a Senior bowler, dislikes unfriendly peo-
ple . . . enjoys shorthand . . . hopes to be a
Ioanne M. Mobley St. Anthony
"Blondie" is the second page editor of the Pre-
lude . . . likes crocheting, singing, and English
, . . Wants to become a singer.
Nancy A. Mueller Guardian Angel
"Irma," the Antholite art editor, likes to draw
best . . . enjoys rnath . . . is thinking about
being an interior decorator.
Dorothy D. Murray St. Margaret Mary
"Dot" is the president of the "A" Club, likes
basketball, bowling, and ice skating, enjoys
history . . , Wants to be a secretary.
Mary Claire Nadon St. Anthony
Mary Claire, the secretary of the Latin Club likes
skating and dancing , . . Wants to be a social
Lillian E. Naples Holy Name
'tLil," enjoys dancing and skating . . . likes
math and language . . . Wants to do commercial
Marjorie R. Neary St. julianna
"Midge" is the cogeditor of the Prelude , . . likes
dancing, skating, and shorthand . . . wants to
be a nurse or office Worker.
Ioris Nuytten Assumption Grotto
'lloris", the business manager of the Prelude,
, , . likes to hunt . . . enjoys physics and Latin
. , , wants to attend college.
Edward A. O'Trompke Holy Name
"Eddie's" hobby is music . , . general business
is his favorite subject , . , would like to be a
Marilyn I. Peitz St. lohn Berchman
"Maril" likes dancing, swimming, music , . .
dislikes sensitive people . , . favorite subject
English, wants to travel,
Elizabeth L. Penny St. Margaret Mary
"Betty," the "A" Club and bowling secretary,
likes swimming and bookkeeping . . . wants to
do office work.
Lois A. Petty Assumption Grotto
"Lo", the secretary ol the Sodality, is "nuts"
about skating . . . likes commercial class . . .
hopes to be a teacher.
Sam I. Pugliese Patronage ot St. loseph
"Sam", a Senior class advisor, is an avid stamp
collector . . . likes history . . . wants to go to
Esma A. Nihem St. Anthony
"Es", tavorite pastime is dancing and keeping
in touch with latest records . . . likes English
. . . hopes to get married.
Marilyn A. Noble St. Anthony
Marilyn likes skating, swimming and American
history . . . dislikes people who are late . . .
wants to be an airline hostess.
Miriam G. Nosseck Holy Name
"Mimi," the secretary ot the Senior class . . . en-
joys ice skating . . . likes science . . . hopes to
get a college degree.
Alma Nuytten Assumption Grotto
Alma likes reading and taking care of children
and American history . , , would like to be a
' U , ..,, I .-,,.-Wm-ww4.,.. V
-- -- i
Q . , Q. :ff
.:1,2,'-112: g15::,:::::. . 525:-5'E::4:w 1 I, 1 153 5'-5:5
,. ,:5:g,:f:gq:Z:,g-czzgq .-k. .s:4::.v:9:g":--' V- i:5:Ii6?'4,. , -5'?7'fvgf,'Q
'ii'-Z'-572-fif:95:31i3I-:Ii3iI'j::1Is:LE:E" -5352, ' -'f'1i1?iZ1.
l'+9"9"5 3 A,
Iecrn T. Powell St. lohn Berchman Icxmes G. Rammalaere St. Anthony
"Red" likes skating and dancing . . . dislikes "Big lim's" hobby is eating . . . likes drafting
mannerless boys . . . enjoys shorthand rnost . . . played basketball, football, and baseball . , .
. , . Wants to be a secretary. hopes to be a CPA.
Ioan G. Powell St. Iohn Berchman Walter F. Ribcmt St. Raymond
"Reds" likes roller skating, dancing and typing "Wally", the business manager of the Antholite
. . . doesn't like critics . , , would like to be- and the president ot the bowling league . . .
come a secretary. hopes to be an electrical engineer,
Frances I. Riehl St. Anthony Iohn R. Roe St Anthgny
"Fran" is co-editor of the Antholite . . . likes "lack" likes hockey. . . favorite subject is
rnusic, dancing, science . , , Wants to earn a ,history . . . played tootball . . . Wants to be a
Bachelor of Science degree. furniture dealer,
Lorraine F. Rivcrrd Ascension Dolores A. Ross St, Inhgnng
"Rainy", the secretary of the Student Council "Laurie", the business manager of the camera
and corresponding secretary of Sodality . , . Wants club, likes playing the piano . , enjoys math
to be an airline hostess. . . . Wants to do office work,
Gave us encouragement and nf
com ort when we needed it
Beatrice M. Rutkowski Guardian Angel
'lBeaty" likes dancing and horseback riding . . .
enjoys typing most . . . would like to be a sec-
Iames Ryan St. .Anthony
"lim" enjoys fishing . , . likes history class
best . . , would like to attend college.
Our Lady Queen of Heaven
"Chris" likes drawing and writing letters . . .
history is her favorite subject . . . wants to be
a commercial artist,
Angelo Scalici St. Anthony
"Ange," a Senior class advisor and a football
player likes bowling and drafting . . . will not
reveal his future.
Paul A. Saigh St. Elizabeth
"Cy" is the treasurer of the "A" Club . . . likes
dancing . . . math is his favorite subject . . .
wants to be a lawyer.
Suzanne I. Santiago St. Ignatius
"Sue", the captain of her senior bowling team
likes to enibroider . . . enjoys English . . . wants
to be a nurse.
Mary Ann Scherer
Our Lady of Good Counsel
Mary Ann likes playing the piano, dancing and
math . , . would like to be a bookkeeper . . .
dislikes unfaithful friends.
Benno Schmidt Assumption Grotto
"Ben", a bowler, enjoys sports . . . likes draft-
ing class best . . . would like to be a draftsrnan.
f 3 Rejoiced at our successes . . .
'tm jovial Juniors
St. john Berchman
Iosephine A. Serazio
"lo", the business manager of the Antholite and
president of the Future Nurses Club. , likes
reading and science.
Charles W. Sieler St. Anthony
"Chuck" enjoys skating . . . likes drafting class
best . . . would like to be a chernical engineer.
Elizabeth A. Simmons St. john Berchman
"Bee Anne" likes dancing and bowling , . .
shorthand is her favorite subject . . . would like
to be ct ballet dancer.
Iacquelyn V. Smith St. Anthony
"jackie" enjoys horseback riding . . . thinks
history class is the best . . . has intention.: of
being a nurse,
Mary Io Spragg Our Lady Queen of Peace
"lo" likes skating and dancing . . . typing is her
favorite subject . . . would like to be asteno-
Henry T. Starr St, Anthony
"Hank", the president of the Holy Name and
secretary of the "A" Club and bowling league
. . . hopes to be a TV technician.
Elaine R. Schnuphase ST- lude
"Lane" likes bowling, swimming and tennis . . .
pet peeve is waiting for a bus . . . wants to be
Edward Schumaker Patronage of St. joseph
"Eddie" is a sports fan . . . likes bookkeeping
class best . . . wants to enter the business
Mary Anne Schutter l-loly Name
"Mary Anne", on the business staff of the An-
tholite i . . likes reading and biology best . . .
wants to be a nurse.
Ioann R. Sconciafurno Guardian Angel
"Sconcie" likes ice skating and piano playing
. . . shorthand is her favorite subject . . . wants:
to be a secretary.
Ioan M. Steinetz St. Anthony
"loanie" likes dancing , . . her favorite subject
is religion , . . would like to become a cashier.
Margaret A. Stevens Assumption Grotto
"Margie" dislikes showotfs . . . likes dancing
and skating . . . enjoys history . . . hopes to get
Iean P. Stodolcrk Our Lady Queen oi Heaven
"Ieanie" is the co-manager of the girls' basket-
ball team and the treasurer of the "A" Club
. . . Wants to gc to U. of D,
Mary Ann Stosiak St. Anthony
"Red" enjoys buying and collecting popular rec-
ords . . . likes shorthand class . . , Wants to be
a private secretary.
Bernice R. Urban Assumption Grotto George I. Valenta St. john Berchman
"Bunny" enjoys dancing, embroidering, and George, the vice-president ot the student coun-
driving . , . likes commercial class . . . hopes cil, likes dancing and math . . . dislikes in-
to be queen ot her Own Castle. ,Q L sincere people . . . wants to go to college,
Theresa R. Urban Assumption Grotto Wllfred A' Waldorf Sl' Anthony
"Willie" enjoys listening to music , . . likes
bookkeeping best . . . has intentions ot being
"Terry" dislikes crowds . . . likes dancing, driv-
ing, and commercial class . . . intends to be a
Barbara C. Winkler St. Anthony
Iames D' Weil Assumption Grolto Barbara likes swimming and bowling . , . his-
"lim" likes bowling and bookkeeping , , , would
like to work for the city . . . pet peeve is people
who splash others when it is raining.
tory is her favorite subject . . . wants to be a
telephone operator. 1
Beverly I. Winstanley l-loly Name
Edward R. Wilt Sl. vVv6I'OI'1lCG "Bev" enjoys ice skating, swimming and bowl-
"Eddie" enjoys sports, especially bowling . . . ing . . . likes shorthand class . . . wants to be a
likes drafting class . . . hopes to be a drattsman. secretary.
and gloried in
our little triumphs
Leona E. Wojcik Assumption Grotto Alyce P. Zacharski St. Anthony
Leona likes swimming and ice skating . . . dis- "Al" likes bowling, tennis and baseball . . .
likes conceited people . . . enjoys typing rnost typing is her favorite subject . . . Wants to be a
. . . wants to be a telephone operator. secretary.
. ' ' 't . . . . -.
Bmjbmcf I Ylzze A NGUV1 Y Christine W. Zblkowskr bt, Anthony
'Barb enjoys dancing and math , . . Would ,, A ,, , , , , ,
4 . . Tina enjoys dancing . . . favorite subject is
like to be a rnath teacher . , . is the captain of , , A ,
, Latin . . , would like to get married and raise
her bowling tearn. .
Norman Ziegenielder St. lude
"Ziggie" likes basketball . . . history is his fav- Robert C. Zlegenfeldel' Sl. lude
orite subject . . . Would like to Work for Mich- "Bob" is abowling and basketball fan . . . lilies
iggn Bell, math . , . would like to be an electrical engineer.
Richard L. Zimmerman St. Anthony
"Zip" likes all sports . . . drafting is his favorite
subject . . . played basketball, one year of foot-
ball . . . Wants to be a salesman.
Robert Ruth, picture not appearing in book
Frances Overcashier St. james
l'l:'rankie" likes roller skating . . , typing is her
favorite subject . . . wants to be a bookkeeper
w ,VN Q
1.vr3v,3 ,.,, . ,.,..:.,
ug- -if ,
W: :f1,m.w as ,
1z5j1a,1,j:513,3165-25:1 5 4 ,
1 1- wg? 5-mm at 1: xm.Q1.,'Q-Q
1 11,13 ::.. :+ m1 -
,, :yi MW- ,N xy.
' 131,152 1:1511 41? ,.Q:g:' . 1' -
, ,.5?gZ,Q,fWv4,xW...., X.
,- ,Q Q.,,w,,,,M.,,w. . . . S- - Q:..Q
3 1 1 X Qfj
SE 3w1,311g?gg2 X
,,g1:,::1g,:?Q, Q., ky kg-x
,, ,g,gg5'Q1WsNmp1.,,Qv.w,4si51kN W X
,Q 1-gp:-1 xg ,::2'S.-153:-191,52 5-I
412, N.sXv-.wfnofsbvi X X X
, ,,:3,:1:a.a1 N
3111 V351 Mi., '1
1 11 11-1 '121'11'1',111s' '1
12 1 1 F23 1-231
:Elf 15 21.21 '
,531 :z 1 :fyg 3, . v,
f ,f X
P Houttemun Vlce Presrderrt
E Nxchols Treasurer
P Mclnerney Advrsor
B. L. Fischl
M. H. Hoye
M. C. Kronner
M. A. Lusch
35 B. I. O'Connor
I. KJ DOHHOI
WM' C. Stinson
R. M. Wilson
Top Row: R. Ccrlcaterra, P. Stork, B. Gatfield, M. A. Lee, B. Martin, I. Eschrich, D. Yizze, P. Lanclori, G. Uscicki, S
Beatti, E. Bonanni, I. Kamieniecki, M. Dembeck. L. La Fevre, E. Konen, B. Hulburd, B. Boike.
Middle Row: E. Rutledge, T. Ryder. E. Lands, E. Werenski, M. Lucido, R. Naeyaert, I. Lademan. R. Klein, R. Lowe
C. Gietzen, D. Sonsoterra, I. Kramer, D. Binsield.
Bottom Row: T. Clancy, R. Rosingana, V. Licari, P. Gray, P. Weston, M. Slias, V. Dine, C. Kulis, C. Byle, C. Thomas, S
Pantera, E. Kaschalk, S. DiMaggio.
SIMON DI MAGGIO
Top Row: I. Watson, C. Olsheiski, K. Smith, L. Horn, B. Fridel, I. DeClaire, K. Kaiser, H. Weatherly, B. Dillon, V.
Ryan, D. Wichtmann, G. Bove, I. Cunnally. S. Kolt, L. Mecha, M. Diviney, B. McDonald.
Middle Row: C. Eovaldi. D. Harper. R. LaFaive, D. Novak.W. Zoli, T. Foley, R. Nowaczyk, L. Schmidt, M. Lynch, R.
Pomaville, I. Gualdoni, L. Perrin, I. Schmidt, I. Magda. G. LeFebvre.
Bottom Row: R. Rousseau, P. Militello, A. Corrias. M. A. Kline, F. Stosiak. D. Oldani, E. Wilhelm, M. Doherty, A. Dan-
iels, M. McCarm, A. Ferzo, L. Dube, I. Purdy. T. Kreitmeyer.
Top Row: F. Scrurini. S. Walter. M. L'Espercmce, I. Supanich, I. Gentry, I. Turowski, I. Iozwick, C. Icmkowski, R.
Krause, C. Couwlier, M. Sobcrk. B. Kulkcx, C. Camargo, L. Giroux, A. Rcxdzwion.
Middle: L. Hild, E. Bell, D. Boertmcm. M. Bodick. R. Miller, I. Icxworski, A. Kron, T. Huthmacher, R. Puwcxl, R. Mc-
Culloch, L. Pellegrini. D. Genord.
Bottom: D. Icmowski, I. Sobieski. G. Hcxrtrick. I. Bielski, M. Rivard, A. Volante, I. Chorenziczk, B. Torres, I. Rossi,
L. Venditty. S. Werthmcm. I. Rossi, I. Sullivan ,K. Mack.
Top Row: M. E. Stevens, M. Turco, M. I. MacGregor, B. LeFebvre. I. Lcxdner, S. Sylakowski, B. Hcrbbel, S. Kuhn. M.
Iuii, I. Nalezyty, C. Kulka, G. Moebs. I. Pitcher. L. Sugzdcr. I. Willard, C. Bolde.
Middle: F. Aquino, D. Slcrobowski, H. Petike, E. Klatt, R. Avolio, D. Weiss. C. Lumpkin, A. Dcrrga, W. Lawicki, I. Per-
recxult, R. Holden, R. Dueweke, A. Formicolcx.
Bottom: R. Boertmcmn, I. Prcrss, F. Bishop, S. Rivest, M. A. Kosmctlski, M. Morosco, E. Daudlin. B. Turl-cal, L. Volente,
D. Dalian, L. Blecxu, P. Spcxtt.
Top Row: C. Gualdoni, P. Kopecki, L. Van Ackere, I. Eklund, C. Ziegenielder, B. Hcxieli, I. Rutkowski, M. Pletz. L.
Kukowski, C. Van Fleteren, I. Gremonprez, I. Burke. M. A. Sobkowiak, M. Dolesky, H. Tczukert, B. Plocki.
Middle: R. Ioseph, I. Budzinslci. R. Piscopink, R. Messcxccxr. R. Stccszcxk, I. Gloss, T. Atchison, A. Lehner, R, Loewe, G
LaRaia, I. Gaynor, H. Krormer.
Bottom: M. Faber. D. Doebler, I. Fournier, S. Buss. M. Shcrrer, N. Palcrzzolcz, B. Dembek. D. I. Antonelli, V. Aiello, A
Venditelli, I. Donahue, P. Isola.
Top Row: A. Bak. A. Pilnicki, G. Provencher, R. DeStefanis
S. Pachmayer, I. Washo, F. Oliverio, I. Kobylski, L. Mar-
cinkowski. H. Bayne, D. McCarthy, T. Donahue, H.
DeGrouchy, H. Hcxmpel, I. Warmuskerken.
Middle Row: M. Pohl, M. Caringi, I. Wichtman, L. Brunk,
M. Hoopler. C. Kirouac, M. Urbin, P. Goch. G. Buckman
E. Tcrube, I. Barthelmy, M. Scheuer, C. Stacer, L. Fomain-
ville. G. Koerber.
Bottom Row: W. Smith, B. Grady, R. Kerwinski, R. Ker-
winski, L. Garbarino, B. Borella, M. A. Chateau, L. Baker
A. Pfeifle, I. Dronzkowski, N. Blohn, T. Banashak, G
M. A. CHATEAU
M. I. GURTZ
Top Row: P. Bucci, D. Allen, I. DeFer, T. Szankin, F. Abbate, S. Vitale, G. Krause P Taras R Lang H Relchenbach
R. Gajeski, R. Ravetta, R. Krause, A. Rugienius. M. Burke, L. Barczewski.
Middle Row: V. Wieczorek, S. Langmesser, T. Gogoleski, P. Zabkiewicz, L. Bromback B Shlplock D Kuptz M L
Gentry, P. Zawadzki, A. Allafrcmcia, T. Fredal, C. Loren, E. Sharer, I. Fisher.
Bottom Row: I. Prcmger. E. Chorenziak, G. Zepke. D. Horn, T. Magnoli, E. Wilson I Aquino M Waldorf I Kessler
A. Stefani, I. Keena, R. Allegrate, R. Kcztchmark.
Top Row: I-X. Kozma, H. Geelen. I. Spezia, I. Lawerence.
SODALITY R. Coucke, I. Kolpasky. W. Murray. D. Currie, E. Noah.
D. Iankowski, D. Szczesny, G. Christopher. D. Abood. T.
R. COUCKE Fulgenzii
Middle Row: M. Kalmanelc. L. Missig. N. Dalian. P. Tenet.
L- MISSIG P. Klein, M. I. Gurtz. C. Norris. C. Spanski, A. Hollands.
ViCe Pfefed P. Lieder, M. Schmidt. I. Donnelly, M. Lock. I. Ioseph.
Botiom Row: T. Koch, R. Gosk. I. Connilf, A. Duchene. M. A.
E' WILSON Romano, M. Huthmclcher. L. Antonelli. I. Murray. I. I-lrdito.
SeC'e'C"Y v. Milazzo, 1. Berger, R. Dichtel.
'W' R. ALLIGRATI
+,,.,. .f V .M
Row: T. Stanczyk, A. Ribcmt. K. Sullivan, R. Szydlak. I. Neaton. L. Drake. W. Glines. I. Brooks. L. Bongiovani.
A. Zeller, R. Head. G. DeBaker. I. Iacobs. R. Thiel, R. Thombley. R. Rosiek. L. Baltzer. Middle Row: F. Syzdek, M.
Larente, P. Blaszinski, A. Carnaghi. I. Aiello. I. Starr. E. Romps. G. Grazicani. G. Nosseck. I. Ouellette. R. Benaquisto.
S. Urban. P. Labicrlc, Bottom Row: R. Pfrenders, W. Schaiistein. D. Koerber. B. Molinaro, N. Stackpoole, C. Glodich, A.
Gaynor, P. Locricchio. M. Cronin. R. Yandura, R. Swoish. F. Barbieri. T. Stein.
St. Anthony's Church Tower,
a neighborhood landmark.
Sodality "Buy a Pencil Drive"
Elizabeth Simmons, Mary
Ann Berthiaume, Iudy An-
drews and Iohn Keller start
the day with morning Mass.
The new school year begins
with the Mass ot the Holy
patronized by Daniel Nowak
purchasing pencil from Val-
erie Reguzzoni while Mary
Kortz corners William Kady.
Win or lose the team pays
its after-game visit tor a
D S' Q ,n , 1
Sodality Living Rosary.
C.S.M.C. Christmas Card Super
Salesmen-L. to H. M. L'Esperance.
B. Plochi, M. A. Sharer, D. Ross,
E. Sharer. R. Pilnicki, H. Hampel.
Ioyce Leahy cmd Ioe Gaynor step
lively to the snappy rhythm of the
orchestra at the Drafting Class
Even the very modem enjoyed the
old-time Virginia Reel at lhe Fresh-
man Halloween Parly. Bernard
Grady and Lois Baker form an arch
for Norman Blohm and Barbara
Drafting II-Standing: W. Lang. I. Sumeracki,
R. Kolpasky. Back row: W. Thomas, R. Kline,
Marilyn Melewicz practicing a shift key drill while Anne Shubnell E. Wilt. Front row: L. Komack. A. Scalici,
brushes up on brief forms. B. Kennedy.
Paper Drive staff Chnstmas card
stock clerks all busy with CSMC
iuncl ra1s1ng prolects
In truck, L. to R., M. Lucido, B.
Schmidt, I. Scherr, C. Rocheleau, I.
Rubino. Below: R. Kolpasky, D.
Wojciechowski, W. Kady.
Stock room, L. to R., K. Sullivan, E.
Noah, A. Duchene, I. Spezia, F. Oliv-
eria, D. Gosh, A. Kozma, I. Berger,
Lower picture, L. to R., I. Sumeracki,
W. Waldorf, E. O'Trompke.
B. Grady, H. DeGrouchy. D. McCarthy L Marcmkowskx S R Messacar D Doebler M Sharer C Van
Pachmayer, I. Barthelmy, set up apparatus lor General Fleteren make use of geometr1c techmque to
Science experiment. make school posters
Open-House night: Parents enioy Modern
History as given by Barbara Kulka and
Mary A. Scherer, Mary C. Nadon and
Gladys Doebeck become a living part of
the huge vocation day poster.
P.T.A.-open house night. D. Iankowski
and his father make it just ahead ot
I. Sobieski and his mother.
Mrs. Kennedy, Bruce and Mr. Kennedy
come prepared to attend shortened eve-
November 7-election day-seniors go to
polls. B. Yizze and L. Wojcik hand their
ballots to R. De Baker while R. Fisher
checks registration of M. L. Krupzcak.
Sodality group packaging gifts for the
Harbor Springs Indian children.
For the first time, the high school carried
out the Advent Wreath Ceremonial.
Father Zupkie's exhortation over the P.A.
system was followed by a short prayer.
Each classroom had its own wreath.
S. Garbarino, G. Valenta, R. Fasse, M.
Peitz and L. Burns are shown lighting the
candles of their own homeroom wreath.
I will V ' S
Nativity scene from Christmas program. lil: --,X V "'!1l15,15-:ali
,V . S,
K XIX Tb' gg
Angels, L. to R., M. Baird, C. Doran. M. A. M X i
Schutter, G. Doebeck, S. Santiago. 5
H. Starr as Saint Ioseph: A. Hillery as ,fi i
Blessed Mother. A lp
The rich harmony of beautiful old Christ-
mas Carols filled the school corridors
when the Girls' Choral Group surprised
the students with cr song-gift just before
the holidays began.
High School Retreat
Father Hugh Hasson, C.PP.S. directed the
upper classmen in an unforgettable three-
day retreat. A special session "For boys
only" was held in the study hall.
The sophomore and freshmen groups. un-
der Father Eugene Lucky. C.PP.S., met in
the school auditorium for most of the con-
Biology group examining cotton in-the-raw.
L. to R., D. Boertman, B. Kulka, M. Sobak,
D. Ianowski, I. Turowski.
M. Kortz and R. Kolpasky as well as E.
Otrompke and P. Chrzan enjoy waltz-time
at the Holy Name dance, the opening social
event of the New Year.
First semester exams
over . . . With ft deep
Latin II class read about the adventures
of Caesar. Front row, l. to r. E. Landy.
D. Sansoterra. M. E. Stevens, T. Clancy,
B. Torres. Back row: C. Eovaldi, R.
Avolia R. Calomeni, I. LaFata.
Prelude-sponsored Mardi Gras high-
lights colorful floats.
Father Zupkie distributes ashes to R.
DeBaker, L. Kornack, W. Lang, C. Sa-
wicki, B. Schmidt, R. Brombach. F. Giet-
zen who all started Lent the right way
by attending Mass.
M. Spragg amuses M. Codd with her
lite story while F. Riehl interviews R.
Fisher for the Senior write-ups in the
we plunge into the
work of the second,
and last, semester
Mr. W. Fleming, Eleanore A. Smith.
Paul Cloutier and Mr. B. Langin give
an interesting talk to the upper class-
men on the aims and purposes of
Little Sisters ot the Poor gratefully carry away the
many eggs collected by St. Anthony students in the
Sodality sponsored annual Easter Egg Drive.
Richard DeBaker and Ioris
Nuytten experimenting with
the vacuum pump in the
Cicero's Home is re-discovered by
R- KOYCICIS help-S l- MCIYCTI- Ioris Nuytten, Alyce Zacharski,
i0He generate hYd1'0g9!1 in and Michael Giambattista in a
the chemistry class. Lqtin IV Class,
Busy secretaries-to-be in the making.
While M. Codd and M. Lessnau
transcribe shorthand takes. S. Gurtz
gets in some dictaphone practice.
I. Arnold seems to be flashing a
I. Duchene goes on bravely explaining to parents
and students that the sum of the angles . . . oh. welll
M. L. Cooley, B. Schmidt and
W. Thomas spend their all-too-
little leisure time reading good
books in the St. Anthony library.
Interest and distance prob-
lems puzzle the Algebra ll
class. At board: L. Esch-
rich and B. Kramer. Back
Row: T. Buyze. A. An-
drews, A. Brooks. C. Wot-
lowa. Front row: R. Wil-
son, I. Klatt, B. I. O'Connor.
The regular Tuesday line-up for con-
fessions during the eight o'clock mass kept
the priest busy. Part oi the line-up, L. to
R., Dorothy Abate, Mary Ann Stosiak,
Marilyn Noble, Esma Nihem and Mary
Father Rodak enrolls new Sodal-
ists into Freshman Sodality. R. to
L., Donald Szczesny, Marie La-
rente and Harry Geelan.
Stage Managers: D. Fanale, L. Rivard, B. Yizze.
Scenery, W. Thomas, S. Pugliese, R. Bromloacln,
S. Lesmeister, B. Kinsler, M. A. Labiak.
Props: S. Gurtz, V. Dennis, B. Ge-loauer, M. A.
Stosiak, T. Kress, I. Leahy.
FOREVER ALBERT, senior class play was iun
AND work. Scenery had to be re-painted: here
we have Mary Agnes Labiak and Rosemary
Lesmeister doing just that.
Lighting' l-l. McCourt, R. Mealaugh, M. L. Cooley.
Make-up: G. Kozlowski, B. Penny, M. Anolrezik,
M. A. Brown, S. Santiago.
Costumes: M. A. Schutter, M. Nosseck, M. I.
Spragg, I. Serazio, N. Mueller.
Props had to be gathered and careiully checked
by Virginia Dennis, Barbara Gebauer and
Mixed Chorus Group
Mary Lou Turner
Ellen Turner . .
Lucy Turner ....
Milton Rudy . . .
Ben Turner . . .
Hank Morris . . .
At the Gratiot streetcar stop Margie
Stevens, Ioan Metron, Margie Andrezik,
Rosemary Badaczewski, and Ioann Scon-
ciaturno wait for transportation home and
. . E. Gloss
l. A. Dillon
. . C. Seller
., l-l. Starr
Albert Kirby .
Keith Bristol .
. . I. Nuytten
. D. Murray
. G. Valenta
Mr. Lucas , . . R. Ziegentelder
Mrs. lackson . . . M. C. Nadon
Annamae . . . L. Garavaglia
The cast was ably directed by Miss Ioan Mauer.
Milton the Iceman fWalter Ribantj proves to be
an unwelcome interruption to Novelist Lucy
Uo Ann Dillonj.
Miss Mauer instructs Hank Morris CHenry Starr,
and Ben Turner CNorm Ziegenfelderl on the
proper technique of a friendly handshake. Mrs.
Turner fElizabeth Glossl and Mary Lou Uoan
Mobleyl seem slightly amused.
"O Mary we crown 'libs-0
lV1'rh blossoms IOCIICIU
Quecn of thc Angels
flmf Qzzevn of the May"
Mary Ann Brown, Sodality Vice-Prefect,
crowns our Heavenly Mother, Queen of
Frances Riehl and Marjorie Codd show
an interested newcomer, Frances Over-
cashier, one of the important, though
messy, steps in year book work-pasting
Witches cast their spells, Macbeth plots
Duncan's downfall and Birnam Wood
comes to Dunsinane-while Sister Mary
Daniel plays Macbeth recordings to her
English IV class.
I. Gloss and T. Kreitmeyer examine a
miniature Globe Theater.
CA SILVER FANTASY J
Senior guests carry happy memories with
them as they depart from the Iunior prom.
Back row: Bill Lang and Elizabeth Gloss.
Front row: Norm Ziegentelder, Margie
Lessnau, Francis Gietzen and Marlene
My Date 4- 4 ,
number 4 ,I m
snack at 4
L. to R., Bruce Kennedy, Bob Ziegen-
Ielder, Barbara Yizze, Santo Marinesi,
Bernice Urban and Theresa Urban.
Panel discussion on "Christ the King of
Literature" in Freshman English class.
L. to R., B. Glines, G. Graziani, P. Labiak,
I. Starr. G. DeBaker.
Line, color and style are carefully studied
in Art Appreciation. L. to R., B. McDonald.
M. A. Lee, T. Ryder. V. Licari, M. Pletz,
G. I-Iartrick, D. Binsield.
Balance Sheets always balance-well almost
always for B Kinsler, I. Weil and E. Otrompke.
Glorla Selwert leads English HI discussion
group A Merrelli, A. Andrews, D. Wojciechow-
ski D Geelen and M. Kortz.
A Nuytten K Huri, I. Leahey and N. Ziegen-
felder put mto actual practice the principles
learned 1n General Business classes.
Future nurses M. A. Schutter, C.
A. Christ, M. Neary, M. Taubitz,
M. A. MacDonald, P. Grady, I.
Andrews, I. Smith, S. Gurtz,
C. Dulcamara, S. Santiago, F.
Riehl, M. Budzinski, and M.
Baird watch Iosephine Serazio,
president, sign the charter for
the new club started here this
R. Thiel and the Roman Senate glibly praise
Caesar while I. Ioseph competently jots down
a Latin translation in Freshman Latin group.
The problem must be right, T. Magnoli, E. Wil-
son and T. Goglesl-:i's proofs say so. The class,
V. Wieczorek, I. Fisher, E. Sharer, M. A. Cha-
teau, M. Laurent. D. Horn and T. Szankin seem
Maps and globes tell more than seems at first
apparent, so say M. Huthmacher. I. Ardito, I.
Conniff. and I. Spezia in the Geography class.
Happy seniors march to church
for commencement exercises
and their hard-earned diplomas.
Iean Powell admires her sister
Ioan ir1 cap and gown on that
Studious seniors matching wits with the
author of their final American history exam.
Front row: Louise Iakubowski, Beverly Win-
Middle row: Barbara Winkler, Ioann Turkal,
Back row: Ioanne Hepp, Gloria Trompics.
Insert: Miss Eileen Wagner.
Exchanging pictures, together with high
school memories, are: L. to R., Lillian Naples,
Annette Tuharsky, Beatrice Rutkowski,
Franklin Iwankovitsch, and Charles Seiler.
Ioan Powell double checks Margie Lessnau
and Lena Misuraca's Balance Sheet.
Enjoying their favorite period of the day are
Betty Kinsler, Ioe Grimaldi, Nancy Mueller,
Richard Marcil and Iudy Andrews.
1 V V - V V, Vmz-m,-wgopfm-:if-: V--- as Mwc:momV-M-oxmmamnwmmkm-mzfzozf-- ----W2-.s--wV:w-5-12-:V-we-f-VV-mfL1-mewwwwmMM..wxm,..w9.+,M.Maw:-4:amimmwzmqg-wmxawk-m-Q-fmmm,2,,fi.a.s-,Vsf:V:VgVV
Top row: R. Calomeni, S. DiMaggio, G. Lacey, F. Gutman, R. Marcil, H. Starr,
2nd row: R. Bethuy, P. Saigh. K. Lane, G. Scherr, B. Wieczorkowski, R. Bucci.
3rd row: A. Scalici, D. Abood, R. Boertman, F. DeMeg1io, R. Ruth.
CAPTAIN 4th row: R. Daudlin, R. Marsack, R. Kline, A. Zeller, L. Kornack, I. Rarnrnalaere,
5th row: I. Gaynor, I. Kobylski, I. Kare, T. Doherty, W. Ribant, I. Roe.
6th row: B. Kady, I. Rubino, R. Dimmer, S. Latone, C. Rocheleau. G. Rosingana.
An inexperienced but eager St. Anthony squad faced Saint Catherine under the lights in the new
Mack-Interparish field Sunday night, September 17, before a crowd of five thousand, to open the
1950 football season. A strong and equally eager St. Catherine eleven came up with an unex-
pected victory over the defending City Champs by a score of 24-0.
COACH, MR. IOHN SHADA, puts the football FATHER CHARLES BRICHER C PP S
and basketball teams through the paces. St. Anthony's athletic director
In its next game against Lourdes, St. Anthony again succumbed to a stronger team by being left
at the short end of a 14-7 score.
After receiving two defeats in a row, an improving St. A's was out to avenge 1tself in its third non
league tilt against a big Shrine of the Little Flower Squad' but Cl9'CIiI1 1'eCeiV9d CI l'1eCI1'fb1'eCIk11'1g 2 0
Now entering their fourth game, but the first of the
league games, a down-trodden Teuton team again
lost a hard-fought contest to De LaSalle on the Pilots'
Finally beginning to show life and recovering from
their season slump, the Red and White trounced St.
Stanislaus by a 40-0 victory under the lights at De
La Salle field. The Teutons displayed much better
football ability in this game than they had all sea-
son which is evident by their overwhelming victory.
Disaster again struck the Teuton eleven as they lost
a mid-afternoon game to St. Ladislaus at Keyworth
Stadium by the slim margin of one point. At the
sound of the final gun, the score tallied 7-B in favor
of St. Lad's. This game was all the more important,
since its outcome was to decide whether or not St.
Lad's rated a trip to the Soup Bowl. St. A's put up
a terrific fight but again lacked sufficient stamina for
The Teutons, now playing their last league game of
the season, dropped a 19-U decision to St. Ioseph in
a night game at Mack-Interparish field. The whole
game was played in a foggy rain making ball
handling slippery and the running attack nearly im-
This game was the end of a tough and fruitless sea-
son for the St. Anthony eleven, but there is always
l. Bob Dimmer streak-
ing along on an end
run picks up yardage
for the Teutons while
outrunning nearly the
whole Shrine team.
2. Richard Daudlin ar-
gues his point as mem-
bers of the St. Ladis-
laus team seem to dis-
3. Sibby Plourde ot St.
Anthony drives tor a
short gain on a sloppy
field as Bob Ruth blocks
the oncoming St. Ioe
4. A Shrine ball carrier
is downed by a driving
St. Anthony tackler as
another Teutoner races
to add assistance.
lflowlln H- STARR
t W. RIBANT
FINAL STANDINGS B. SCHMIDT
Big Spotters , 63 29 S. PUGLIESE
Pinmcxrkers 4 54 aa W- HINKSON
- T. DASCHKE
LaV:cxGutter , 51 41 E. OTROMPKE
King Pins ., .49 43 I. ROE
Ten Spots . 47 45
Gutter Boys ,45 47
Holy Rollers ,36 56
Zuit-Suits ,. . 27 65
LA VIA GUTTER
I. LA PATA
TWO SPARES ALLEY CATS PIN POINTERS PIN-UPS
ci A FLAT I. DARRAGH M. L. COOLEY M. PIETZ
D. MURRAY B. YIZZE I. SERAZIO E. SIMMONS
B- PENNY F. RIEHL L. MISURACA E. ISROW
M. A. SCHUTTER
M. I. SPRAGG
M. A. BROWN
Flash-bam-alakazaam-and kerplopl Another sen-
ior dusts off her dress and tries again to deliver
that heavy ball down the alley.
Though the boys may boast of their high aver-
ages and scott at the girls, the gals can still toss
a mighty wicked ball-both ways-as some spec-
tators will readily agree.
The averages range from 113 to 74. Top bowlers
among the girls are Carol Doran 113, Pat Grady
112, and Lorraine Garavaglia 112. High game is
held by Dot Murray, 175.
Under the supervision ot their officers, President
Carol Doran, and Secretary Betty Penny, the
Wednesday bowling moves along smoothly. To
spur the girls on. a donation of ten cents each
week trom everyone adds up to a big banquet at
the end ot the year. Fitting climax to a fun-filled
Crash! Wham! Ten pins are flying. as our Iunior
Bowling League commences to set a record for
St. Anthony High School.
Orchids to the president, Rolande Kirouac, who
has the highest game ot 160 with an average ol
115. This knock-em-down. set-em-up lass is a
member of the Tip-Toppers team who let the Ter-
mites score highest, winning 32 games and losing
16. Members of this lively team are: Marlene Zab-
kiewicz, Constance Melanson, and Alice Fountain.
An individual handshake to each and every
member of the eight bowling teams ol the Iunior
Class. They have been doing their best this year
and the results are gratifying.
Speaking ol results. has anyone watched the
gesticulations being performed each Thursday at
the Palace Recreation Center? Talent tor Tele-
N. VAN WAMBEKE
M. A. STEINHEBEL
THREE FLEAS TIP TOPPERS THREE ANTS BED BUGS
P HENNINGSEN I. MAGNESS E. D'ANDREA D. KURRIE
H. QUINKERT R. KIROUAC L. RICHIE A. OTTOLINI
M. A. SELTER B. L. FISCHL R. OLDANI M. A. Dl PIRRO
BOYS' "A" CLUB
Sergeant at arms
Father Charles Bricher,
D. F anale.
P. Saighf Knot in picturel
"A" Club officers, under the direction of Father Bricher and Sister Mary Ellen, plan social programs
to be sponsored by the Athletic Association. THE social event ol the year is the "A" Dance,
held in early spring.
GIRLS' "A" CLUB
Sister Mary Ellen,
BASKETBALL - VARSITY TEAM
D. Currie, A. Zeller. I. Rammalaere, I. Kolley,
R. Bucci. B. Litzan, D. Haggerty, L. Plourde,
W. Kacly, R. Zimmerman. and A. Stefani.
No game is really complete without the team
Cheerleaders. Here they are:
Standing, L to R., A. Burkemo, D. Fanale, K.
Chalmers. Kneeling: L. Eschrich, I. Buclzinski.
raine Kaltz, Coach
Standing, L to R.
Dorothy K u r ri e
C a r o 1 D o r a n
Mary Ann DiPirro
Kneeling. L. to R
L o i s McNamara
GIRLS' RESERVE BASKETBALL
TEAM, L. to R., Nancy Van Wam-
beke. Mary Rivard, Caro! Kirouac,
Ioan Zolnoski, Iean Willard. Pa-
tricia Cronin. Irene Mecha, Eliza-
beth Roclemsky, Iulia Gentry.
Ieanette Gainor, Mary Lou Gentry.
Ioan Tercheck, Shirley Kuhn.
VARSITY T E A M
gets final instruc-
tion from Miss Lor-
Date Opponents St. A. Op.
Ian. 7 Nativity .,.. 13
Ian. 14 St. Charles ,, 15
Ian. 21 Annunciation 25
Ian. 28 St. Catherine 2
Feb 4 St. David 22
Feb. 11 St. Elizabeth 42
As the basketball season of 1951 comes to a close for another year, the
scores tallied on the scoreboard looked quite disappointing. The team finished
up the season playing ten scheduled games. with but two of these being vic-
The entire squad consisted of 10 men, who even though ending an unsuccess-
ful season, gave their all for a team victory. Those who carried away scoring
honors on the Teuton five included, Daniel Currie with 137 points, Iames
Kolley, captain, with 120 points, and Sibby Plourde with 75 points. Following
close behind these were Bob Litzan, Dennis Haggerty, Adam Zeller, Russell
Bucci, Richard Zimmerman, and Anthony Stefani.
This year's team was expected to do great work since it consisted of several
six footers and over, but it seems they started off on the wrong foot and
couldn't recover from their slump.
The team of '51 has been the only team in several years which has had more
than five six footers playing on it. Since a few of these tall boys are under-
classmen, the team of '52 should be lined up for a great season. So let's all
give the team of '51 a big 'hurrah' for eifort and look forward to a successful
season next year.
Ianuary 7-The opening league game for the Teutonettes proved to be a
sad one as a strong Nativity team won 19-13. At half-time an 8-7 score with
St. Anthony on the short end showed a nip-and-tuck battle: 22 fouls marked
the game, only 4 were committed by the Teutonettes.
Ianuary 14-Seconds before the end of the game the tying basket was scored
for St. Anthony against a strong St. Charles team. Defensive play of the
guards held down the St. Charles team to 15 points.
Ianuary 21-St. Catherine forfeited in favor of St. Anthony 2-U.
Ianuary 28-A St. Anthony Teutonettes rally in the last quarter fell 3 points.
The underdogs. Annunciation, pulled an upset and won 28-25.
February 4 marked the scene of a hard-fought battle and was the third loss
for St. Anthony. Dauntless spirit could not overcome the fighting St. David's
who emerged the winners by a score of 23-22.
February 11-The last game of the season was a sparkling victory for the
Teutonettes, who drubbed St. Elizabeth 42-16. Strong defensive and offensive
plays marked the superior St. Anthony team.
At the Paragraph Press, regular Antholite Patron. I. Sobie- B. Fredal. C. VanFleteren. C. Gualdoni window-shop at Mon
ski, I. Ouellette, R. Kordos. arch Furniture.
Nleet 0ur Advertisers and Patrons
Pages 60. 61 and 62 sponsored by
THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OF ST. ANTHONY HIGH SCHOOL
Page 5 sponsored by
BRUCK UNIFORM COMPANY WEYHING BROTHERS MFG. CO.
1249 Washington Blvd. Factory: 3040 Gratiot
Book Building, Boom 330 LO. 7-0800
Detroit, Michigan Detroit, Michigan
Outfitters of School Apparel Class Ring Iewelers to
to St. Anthony High School St. Anthony High School
Page 7 sponsored by
ANTHONADER MISSION UNIT
ST. ANTHONY "A" CLUB - '51
BEECHER PECK AND LEWIS
1313 East Milwaukee
BEN B. BERKE
STETSON SHOE RN
Berke's Boot Shop
1414 Washington Blvd.
11080 Gratiot near
Sets installed and serviced
All workmanship guaranteed
Page 10 sponsored by
MRS. IOHN DARRAGH
DETROIT QUALITY BRUSH
885-91 Mullett Street
Detroit 28, Michigan
EDWARD'S SUPER MARKET
5500 Helen, Corner Ferry
Beer CS Wine
Compliments ot A FRIEND
LUTZ-LUMBER AND COAL CO.
5140 Mt. Elliott Ave.
Page 12 sponsored by
MASSIMINO MUSIC STUDIO
7445 E. Seven Mile Bd.
Lessons on all musical instru
ments. Instruments tor sale.
Meats, Groceries, Fruits
One ot the Tick-Tock Stores
MITCHELL GREETINGS CO.
MUELLER SHOE STORE
19358 Kelly Rd.
Specializing in childrens
tittings. Complete line ot
Expert watch repair
Page 13 sponsored by
Congratulations to the class
1461 E. Grand Blvd.
Leading Photographers in
H. A. POWELL STUDIOS
'Photography at its best"
Michigan and Ohio
"RAIN-BO MUSIC BAR"
Paradise Valleys Most
Finn ci Briglia, Props.
2014 Hastings at Adams
Frances Riehl and Barbara Gebauer at Remer Pharmacy. Rivard Brothers' latest in Fords - IoAnn Dillon, Lorraine
Rivard, Dorothy Murray.
Page 14 sponsored by
13644 Gratiot at 6 Mile Rd.
13616 Gratiot near 6 Mile Rd.
Delivery Service: LA. 6-4690
RIVARD BROTHERS, INC.
Authorized Ford Sales
20955 Van Dyke Avenue
Base Line, Michigan
Congratulations and Best
Wishes to the Class of '51
ST. ANTHONY HIGH SCHOOL
ST. ANTHONY HIGH SCHOOL
Page 6 sponsored by
ACME PAPER COMPANY I. E. ALLOR COMPANY
Paper and Twine
336 W. lefferson Ave.
DR. RICHARD W. BALSER
7437 Gratiot Ave.
A 6. A HEATING CO.
Gas, Oil, Coal
AUNT ANNA and
6520 Outer Drive
Writing on Birthday
Cakes Our Specialty
6736 E. Forest Avenue LA. 6-5066
ST. ANTHONY STUDENT
HOLY NAME SOCIETY
Page 15 sponsored by
ST. ANTHONY STUDENT HOLY
NAME BOWLING LEAGUE
"The World's Finest"
Gordon Baking Co.
SPROTT FUNERAL HOME
19740 Van Dyke at
Detroit 34, Michigan
ARTHUR A. SUMERACKI
Wayne County Auditor
TROPHY MEAT PRODUCTS
1324 E. Vernor Highway
Manufacturers of fine
sausages and luncheon
German Style Sausage
At Townsend Pharmacy Mr. R. Texter talks to V. Wieczorek, Mr. Ralph Mattei at Nolcm's Iewelry exhibits treasures to
E. Sharer, M. Sharer. M. Miller, P. Codd, I. Zolnoski.
GEORGE BUDNICK DISTIN 6. SHORT, INC. A FRIEND HARPER-LAKEPOINTE
GENERAL SERVICE 14900 Harper at DRIVE-IN BEER STORE
11248 Harper Ave. Outer Drive FRIST 5, HIGGINS MKT. 15146 Harper Ave.
WA. 2-9140 VE 9-9600 - - - LA. 6-7090
Member ot the Detroit ggrfocifiiifieer Wine We deliver
MARGARET BUDZINSKI Reed Eetette Beard Cum Saving Stamps
'51 We IDUY, sell ci trade 6
GILBERT CLEANERS PETER IAKUBOWSKI
Page 34 Sponsored bv EAST DETROIT 5130 Tgwtfsend Gt FRANK IAPES co.
CLEANERS fs DYERS WAC?-72-T80 Whoiewie Lumber
THE- CATHOLIC DIGEST 22223 Gratiot Ave. We 'Clean everything 2220-2246 Eighth St.
East Detroit We call tor and deliver WO' 2-6447
CHALMER'S QUALITY 1312.5-1660 WO. 2-3366
Offering the Finest in GRATIOT-UNNHURST Congratulations to the
igfgbgfielgi TEE M9915 Page 35 sponsored by tu t A Class ot '51
a mers ra io venue I
LA- 53980 E 5. B MARKET LA- 1-9707 IASI?gPSPEDASTRY
We deliver 13116 Van Dyke Specialist in lubrication 11318 Wh. .
O S d 12-6 and motor tune-up lmer
DSU UU CYS VE. 9-3777
CHANDLER RECREATION Stanley Majewski, Prop.
17 Fine Alleys
12395 Harper at
Amsbufy ALFRED w. EPPENS Page 35 SPOnS0fed bY
VE- 94414 Funeral Director
8339 Gratiot GRATIOT lVlEN'S WEAR
CHRISTIAN MOTHERS' WA. 5-2100 9671 Gratiot Ave.
SOCIETY Stetson Hats
C 1. t f Y Others at 56.00 CS 557.50
Compliments ot A FRIEND OIX?l?g1Efi?E'Ogd our Arrow Shirts
CROWLEY and SCHLOI:-F FEDERAL DEPT. STORE
Mobilgas and Mobiloil GlTc3giEgOINTE REVIEW
S1'leI'lC1Gl'1 G1 PCIll'l'leI' and 2-lleggheval
WA' 1-3583 lnsurance of All Kinds "THQ Oldest and largest
3120 G t' t A . -
MR. fs. M:Rs.1. DE BAKER LGA 7-12250 Ve
DETRQIT CANDY CQ. FRANK'S QUALITY GRUNOW DRUG STORE
Contectionery MEAT MARKET 6800 Kei-che-vat Ave.
Distributors 12412 Van Dyke LO. 7-0016
35 W, letterson Avenue WA. 1-0930 Detroit 7, Michigan
lIM'S BARBER SHOP
9644 E. Warren
larnes Caruso, Prop.
KEBBE BROS. COAL CO
Coal and Coke
9761 Van Dyke Ave.
I OE KOPITZKI
15203 E. Warren
Steaks and Chops
Page 38 sponsored by
Flowers for all occasions
M. A. Schutter. I. Icxcobucci. M. Budzinski inspect wares at B. Kennedy, T. Kreitmeyer. R. Marcil in front oi Frcmk's
A1lor's religious store. Quality Meat Market.
KOSS AUTO RADIO MONARCH FURNITURE DR. E. A. PETERMAN
TE. 2-8131 WA. 1-0880
limmie F. Bloink, Prop.
Cadillac and Oldsmobile page 39 Sponsored by
15554 E. Warren
H- A 1- Kotchef MORLEY'S CANDIES
C. A. 1. Kotcher
H. 1. Kotcher
8701 Gratiot Ave.
Detroit 13, Mich.
MR. GMRS. c. LAVALLEY ESI' 1919
LIPKE HARDWARE MOSKINS CREDIT
Anthony 1. Lipke C1'O1H1NG ,
--Evewthmg in Hard- Clothing lor the Family
Wmeff 7754 Harper
Paints-Glass-House- WA- 1-1917
Wares W. F. Graham, manager
5701 McDougall Ave.
Compliments ot the
LOU'S CAVE MOTHERS' CLUB
'The only concrete cave ,
in the Country" Compliments ot
Bowling-Cocktail Ear NORTHWAY TOBACCO
4871 Mt. Elliott 6. CANDY CO.
PALMER 6. FIELD
MAX'S IEWELRY CO. MARKET
8855 VariDyke at Harper
10000 los. Campau
MR. 6. MRS.
IOS. P. MILLER QS SON
13501 Van Dyke Ave.
Groceries ci Meats
Beer CS Wine
5702 Field cor. Palmer
WA. 2-8128. We deliver
8251 Gratiot Ave.
lohn Slcotcher, Proprietor
PETRINA BRIDAL SHOP
22211 Gratiot Ave.
ROBISON - PHILLIPS
7835 Gratiot Ave.
Page 40 sponsored by
S 6. G WHOLESALE
505 Michigan Ave.
ST. ANTHONY PARISH
HOLY NAME SOCIETY
ST. IOHN BERCHMAN'S
WM. I. SEEWERKER
Roofing, Siding, Tinning
7838 E. Warren
T 6. W GRILL
2328 E. 7 Mile Rd.
Tillie and Wibbs, Prop.
TWIN PINES FARM DAIRY
Tames Russo, Prop.
Offering the tinest in
Get Your Tuxedos at
Van Horn's, The Store of
4701 St. Aubin
Page 41 sponsored by
DAN UBE WAVE SHOPPE
2255 E. Forest
R. Fcxsse. I. Duchene visit Mueller's Shoe Store. I. Gentilicx, K. Lcme cmd I. Kolley buy a "Coke" cd Pack-
EARL'S BIKE SHOP
EASTERN PAINT 61
7316 Gratiot at
13042 Van Dyke
Mike Toth, Prop.
FRED'S HI SPEED
Baldwin at Palmer
7355 Gratiot Ave.
MR. 5. MRS. I. GLOSS
MIR. 6 MRS. IOHN LAPA
SAM LEE LAUNDRY
6401 E. Forest
MR. 6- MRS. L. F. NAPLES
16550 E. Warren
MR. 6. MRS. FRANKLIN
L. I. OUINKERT CO.
Micratone Hearing Aid
1120 Book Bldg.
5752 Baldwin Ave.
Detroit 13, Mich.
SAM 6. WALTER'S
MR. 6- MRS. R. DORAN
MR. ALBERT DZIEDZIC
EMBER SHOP fShop 52I
ESSLINGER an SON
Page 48 Sponsored by PLUMBING 5. HEATING
Compliments Of FOOD TOWN SUPER
SKU'I'I'LE MFG. CO. MARKET
lENNIE'S DRESS SHOPPE
MR. 6. MRS. PAUL SPATT M- D. KOPACKA Kshop In
MR. AND MRS. P. NEARY
Page 49 sponsored by
LAUNDRY 6. CLEANERS
ST. ANTHONY GIRL
SCOUTS TROOP 320
MR. 6. MRS. C.
MR. 6. IVIRS. A. SZANKIN
THREE BLONDS AND A
MR. 6. MRS. F. THIEFELS
MR. 5 MRS- WALTER THOMAS '51
IOHN URBANOWICZ MARKET
Compliments of MR. AND MRS. S. KUHN
VIVIAN'S PASTRY SHOP IOS WIECZOREK
5508 8 ld ' - f
G Wm IOAN LAPA '51 AGENT MICH. LIFE INS.
H. F. 5. A. F.
WEITENBERNER MR. AND MRS. L. NADON MR. 5. 1v1Rs. SAM YIZZE
Page 50 sponsored by
Mr. G Mrs. Abate
Iosephine Aiello, '54
Virginia Aiello, '53
Alan Dale Fan Club
Annette Allafrancia, '54
Mr. 6. Mrs. Allafrancia
Mr. 6. Mrs. E. Allegrati
Richard Allegrati, Ir.
Mr. 61 Mrs. Andary
Tom Andre, '48
Arlene Andrews. '52
Mr. G Mrs. Leo Andrews
Mrs. Marie Andrezik
Donna Iean Antonelli,
Mr. Gene Antonelli
Marion Antonelli, '51
Mr. 6. Mrs. M. Antonelli
Mr. 6. Mrs. P. Antonelli
Tom Atchison, '53
Robert Avolio. '53
Mr. QS Mrs. Al Ayotte
Mr. 61 Mrs. E.
Barbara's Beauty Shop
Richard Baroli, '52
Mr. 6 Mrs. V.
Mrs. Helen Barthelemy
Mr. Ray Barthelemy
Walter B. Bayman
Sharon Beattie, '53
Mr. ci lVIrs. G. Beauvais
Earl Bell, '53
Don Benoit, '49
Mr. G Mrs. E. Benoit
Sally Berant, '52
Mr. 61 Mrs. I. Bernasconi
Mr. 5. Mrs. E. Berninger
Page 51 sponsored by
Mrs. Robert Bershback
The Better Home Shop
Vincent I. Biecker
Mrs. Biedermann, '38
Ioan Bielski, '53
Ioseph Oscar Bilot
Daniel Binsfield, '53
Frances Bishop, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. Ios. Black
Lloyd Bleau, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. D. Blond
Dr. QS Mrs. Boccaccio
Mr. 6. Mrs. L. Boccaccio
Marvin I. Bodick. '53
Donald Boertmann, '53
Robert Boertmann, '53
Mr. QS Mrs. Iohn Boike
Patricia Boike, '52
Charlene Bolda, '53
Mr. :S Mrs. E. Bolton
Elizabeth Bonanni, '53
Don Bonanno, '49
Geraldine Bone, '53
Mr. QS Mrs. I. Born
Mr. 6. Mrs. I.
Boys of 112
Arlene Brooks, '52
Mr. Casper Brooks
Mrs. Casper Brooks
Mr. 6. Mrs. Brown
Mary Ann Brown, '51
Mr. 6. Mrs. Louis Bruder
Mr. 6 Mrs. Ted Bruske
Mr. 6. Mrs. Nick Bucci
Mr. G Mrs. R. Buckman
Mr. Harold Budzinski
Ioseph Budzinski, '53
Mrs. Anna Burke
Ioanne Burke, '53
Matthew Burke, '54
Mr. Theodore Burke
Shirley Buss, '53
Iames Butke, '47
Page 52 sponsored by
Rita Butke, '39
Carol Byle, '53
Mrs. Iohn Byle
Mrs. Carlo Calcaterra
Ioe Calcaterra, '49
Regina Calcaterra, '53
Mrs. Marion Campbell
Mr. G Mrs. Sam Candea
Victoria Cappellaro, '50
Mr. 6. Mrs. Ios. Caringi
Mr. 61 Mrs. A. Carnago
Carol Carnago, '53
Carol and Iim, '51
Father Castello, O.S.M.
Mr. 6 Mrs. Celmer
Mr. 61 Mrs. I. Chateau
Mr. G Mrs. Marvin Chop
Eddy Chorenziak, '54
Ioann Chorenziak, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. G. Chouinard
Mr. Iames Clancy
Terence Clancy, '53
Mrs. G. I. Codd
Mr. G. I. Codd
Marjorie Codd, '51
Patricia Codd, '52
Mr. 6. Mrs. Gus Cooper
Ann Corrias. '53
Ray Cotner, Esq.
Carol Cottrell, '52
Sally Ann Cottrell, '45
Carol Ann Couwlier, '53
Mrs. Lauretta Couwlier
Mr. 5. Mrs. Leo F. Covey
Mr. G Mrs. Leo Covey
Mr. 61 Mrs. B. E. Cox
Mr. 6. Mrs. Cronin
Mr. 6: Mrs. Geo. Cronin
Patricia Cronin, '51
Ianet Cunnelly. '53
Nelson I. Dakmaic
Dalee Baking Co.
Dot Dalian, '52
Mr. :S Mrs. W. Dalian
Mr. 6. Mrs. I. Damore
Page 53 sponsored by
Ella D'Andrea, '52
Arlene Daniels, '53
August Darga, '53
Eileen Daudlin, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. Bert Davon
Angela DeBusscher, '42
Rene A. DeBusschere
Ianet DeClaire, '53
Mrs. Leo Delorme
Mr. 6: Mrs. A. Delue
Mr. 6. Mrs. L. DelVicchie
Simon DeMaggio, '53
Mrs. Mary Dembeck
Mr. 61 Mrs. Tom
Barbara Dembek, '53
Mrs. Cecelia C. Dempz
Mr. 6: Mrs. E. D. Denison
Mrs. Vernon S. Denton
Mrs. Ann Dillon
Bernadette Dillon, '53
Mr. 6- Mrs. Farrand Dine
Virginia Dine, '53
Maureen Diviney, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. C. Doebeck
Gladys Doebeck, '51
Mrs. Feliz A. Doetsch
Mr. 6. Mrs. Paul Doherty
Tom Doherty. '52
Marlene Dolesky, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. I. Dombroski
Mr. 61 Mrs. A. Domeneck
Ioseph Donahue, '53
Lucille Dube, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. F. Dudzinski
Ralph Dueweke, '53
Mr. 6 Mrs. C. Duman
Mr. 6. Mrs. A. Dwyer
Mr. 6. Mrs. M. Dziminski
East Side Photography
Mr. :S Mrs. Al Eklund
Page 54 sponsored by
Ioann Eklund, '53
Charles Eovaldi, '53
Mr. Robert Ermiger
Mr. G Mrs. G. Eschrich
Lawrence Eschrich, '52
Mr. 6. Mrs. L. Esslinger
Michael Faba, '53
Mr. :S Mrs. Iohn Fasse
G. M. Felczek
Mr. :S Mrs. I. Fenech
Antoinette Ferzo, '53
Mr. 6: Mrs. Fred Fisher
Mr. 6 Mrs. R. Fleming
Mr. QS Mrs. I. Fluent
Tom Fluent, '52
Ioan Fournier, '53
Mr. :S Mrs. Ed. Foreman
Anthony Forrnicola, '53
Frank's Barber Shop
Delphine Frank, '50
Mrs. Elizabeth Fredal
Barbara Friedel, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. F. Friedel
Mr. G Mrs. S. Friedel
Tom Fulgenzi, '54
Mr. G Mrs. P. Gaeschke
Ieanette Gainor, '51
Mr. G Mrs. V. Gainor
Carol Gariepy, '49
Martin I. Garvin
Barbara Gatlield, '53
loseph Gaynor, '53
Donald Genord, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. E. Gentry
lulia Gentry, '53
Mary Lou Gentry, '54
Carolyn Gerhard, '53
Gerry's Gift Shop
Mr. 5. Mrs. N. Gessner
Mrs. William Gest
Page 55 sponsored by
Mr. 6. Mrs. Henry
Gheysens 6: Family
Mr. 6. Mrs. A. Gietzen
Clement Gietzen, '53
Louis Gipprich, '50
The Girls oi ll2
Louise Giroux, '53
Elizabeth Gloss, '51
Ioseph Gloss, '53
Rosemary Gloss, '48
Mrs. A. I. Gogoleski
Tonia Gogoleski, '54
Miss G. Golenberke
Mr. :S Mrs. W. Grady
Patricia Gray, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. F. Graziani
Ioann Gremanprey, '53
Iames Gualdoni, '53
Mr. Irven Gurnack
Francis Gutman, '52
Barbara Hateli, '53
Mr. 6: Mrs. E. Hardy
Dennis Harper, '53
Chas. K. Hart
Mrs. George Hartrick
Mr. 51 Mrs. W. Heizyk
Mrs. Anthony Henk
Mr. :S Mrs. E. F. Hepp
Ioanne Hepp, '51
Mr. 6: Mrs. L. W. Hepp
Frances Hermansen, '52
Mr.cS Mrs. I. Herodzinski
Mrs. V. A. Hetzel
Leonard Hild, '53
Mr. 6' Mrs. L. I. Hild
lVliss Lois Hilgendori
Mr. 6. Mrs. R. Hobbs
Mr. Francis Hoffman
Mary Ann Hogan, '50
Ray Holden, '53
Page 56 sponsored by
Mr. G Mrs. G. Hoobler
Mary Hoobler, '54
Mrs. F. Horn
Lillian Horn, '53
Pat Houtteman, '52
Mr. 61 Mrs. Huber
Barbara Hulburd, '53
Theo. Huthmacher, '53
Phillip Isola, '53
Mr. 5. Mrs. F. Isrow
Mr. H. Iwankovitsch
Mr. 51 Mrs. H.
Mr. 61 Mrs. I.
Mr. G Mrs. B. lacks
Mr. 6. Mrs. I. Iacobs
Dr. Douglas Iameison
Mr. cSMrs. L. laniszewski
Mr. Ed. Ianiszewski
Carol Ianowski, '53
Donald Ianowski, '53
Mr. 51 Mrs. Paul Iantke
Mr. 6. Mrs. M.
Ierry Iaworski, '53
I. 6. G. Quality Mkt.
Mrs. E. Iohr
Richard Ioseph, '53
Ianet Iozwick, '53
Iames M. Iuii
William Kady, '52
Kathleen Kaiser, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. W. Kaiser
Coach Lorry Kaltz
Mr. 6. Mrs. P. Kaltz
Ioan Kamieniecki, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. A. Kaschalk
Dolores Kaschalk, '50
Ernest Kaschalk, '53
Marge Kaschalk, '45
Mr. :S Mrs. I. Kebbe
Mrs. Geo. Keena
Marian Keena, '51
Edna lean Kelly, '48 '
Miss Pat Kelly
Ianet Kessler, '54
Mr. 6. Mrs. E. Killian
Edward Klatt, '53
Mr. 6, Mrs. I. Klescz
Page 57 sponsored by
Mr. N. Klein
Mrs. N. Klein
Roger Klein, '53
Mary Ann Klosowski
Wallace E. Kobylski
Harold L. Koch
Mr. 5 Mrs. L. Kolley
Mr. 61 Mrs. Kolpasky
Mary Kolpasky, '50
Ethel Konen, '53
Mrs. I. Konen
Mr. :S Mrs. I. Konen
Mr. Ioseph Kopecki
Ronald Kordos, '52
Mr. 6- Mrs. F. Korth
Othmar Korth, '38
Mary Kosmalski, '53
Iimmy Kossek, '53
Shirley Kott, '53
Mr. 61 Mrs. F. Kozlowski
Ioseph I. Kowalski
Mr. :S Mrs. I. Krajewski
loseph Kramer, '53
Mr. 6: Mrs. C. Krause
Dick Krause, '54
Mrs. Eugene Krause
Mr. 6: Mrs. I. Krause
Mrs. Margaret Krause
Mr. 6: Mrs. R. Krause
Rose Marie Krause, '53
Mr. 6: Mrs. B.
Tom Kreitmeyer, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. B .I. Kress
Alex Kron, '53
Henry Kronner, '53
Miss C. Krzyzaniak
Shirley Kuhn, '53
Constance Kulis, '53
Carol Kulka, '53
Barbara Kulka, '53
Mr. :S Mrs. Fred Kulka
Page 63 sponsored by
Mr. 5 Mrs. Max Kulka
Miss Irene Kulas
Dick Kunnath, '50
Dorothy Kuptz, '54
Mr. 6. Mrs. Frank Kuptz
Mr. G Mrs. lack Kuptz
Mr. Ray Kuptz, '42
Rose Marie Kuptz, '49
Mr. 6: Mrs. Geo. Kurrie
Mr. Iohn Labiak
Mr. G Mrs. A. Lademan
Iack Lademan, '53
Ioan Ladner, '53
Richard LaFaive, '53
Mr. 6- Mrs. R. Lamberti
Edward Lande, '53
Mrs. Shirley Lane
Mr. 6: Mrs. D. Lane
Richard Lang, '54
George LaRaia, '53
Marie Larente, '54
Mrs. Marie Larente
Mr. G Mrs. A. Lawicki
Bill Lawicki, '53
Mr. 6 Mrs. H. Leahey
Ioyce Leahey, '51
Mary Ann Lee, '53
William R. Lee
Barbara LeFebrve, '53
Gerald LeFebrve, '53
Lois LeFevre, '53
Alvin Lehner, '53
Mr. 61 Mrs. B. Lerchen
Mr. 6. Mrs. I. Lessnau
Gerald Lewinski, '53
State Rep. Lindsay
Robert Loewe, '53
Mrs. C. Loren
Page B4 sponsored by
Mr. 6. Mrs. F. Lucas
M.ichael Lucido, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. Mont Lock
Mr. G Mrs. C. Lumpkin
Charles Lumpkin, '53
Mr. 61 Mrs. T. Lumpkin
Mike Lynch, '53
Ioseph Magda, '53
Mr. Ted Maika
Mr. 6 Mrs. T. Majestic
Mr. 6. Mrs. I. Marchione
Louise Marchione. '48
Mr. 6. Mrs. Marcil, Ir.
Mrs. Rose Marcil
Mr. 6. Mrs. I. Marrocco
Ray Marsack, '52
Barbara Martin, '53
Mary Lou 6. Terry
May Furniture Co.
Mary MacGregor, '53
Margaret McCann, '53
Mr. E. I. McCarthy
Mary Lou Mclnerney
Mr. 6. Mrs. I. McCloskey
Robert McCulloch, '53
Barbara Ann McDonald
Irene Mecha, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. R. Meissner
Mary Belle Melanson
Mr. 6. Mrs. Melewicz
Bernard Melling, '37
Leo Melling, '36
Ronald Messacar, '53
Dick Michels, '50
Mr. 5. Mrs. W.
Mr. 61 Mrs. A. Miller
Mr. 6. Mrs. E. Miller
Page 65 sponsored by
Ronald Miller, '53
Mr. 6 Mrs. Wm. Miller
Mr. 6. Mrs. I. Miramonti
Lena Misuraca, '51
Geraldine Moebs, '53
M.r. 61 Mrs. Ray Moebs
Marilyn Morasco, '53
Mrs. Leo Mucha
Mr. 5. Mrs. Wm. Murray
Kenneth Murowski, '50
Robert Naeyaert, '53
Mary Claire Nadon, '51
Grace Najewski, '52
Mary Lou Najewski, '52
Ioanne Nalezyty, '53
Mr. 5 Mrs. W. Nalezytv
Lillian Naples, '51
Mrs. Stella Neal
Mr. 6: Mrs. E. Nelson, Ir.
Mr. 6 Mrs. R. Newman
New Tom's Market
Richard Allan Newton
Ioseph C. Ney
Norman Furniture Co.
Mr. :Sf Mrs. E.
Mr. 6. Mrs. F. Nowaczyk
Mr. 6. Mrs. Ray Nowacki
Mr. 6. Mrs. A. Nowc
Mrs. Helen Nowc
Donald Novak, '53
Mrs. Leone O'Gorman
Dolores Oldani, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. T. Oliver
Carole Olshetski, '53
Oser's Sweet Shop
Anna Ottoline, '52
Mr. 6. Mrs. I. Ouellette
Nina Palazzola, '53
Shirley Pantera, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. H. Pelkey
Ioe Pellegrini, '48
Lawrence Pellegrini, '53
Betty Penny, '51
Iohn Perreault, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. H. Peters
Leonard Perrin, '53
Page 66 sponsored by
Ronald Pettke, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. G. Petty, Sr.
Mr. 51 Mrs. M. Pteiile
Mr. G Mrs. E. Pirender
Mrs. Max Pilarowsk
Raymond Piscopink, '53
Ieannette Pitcher, '53
Mrs. Anna Plocki
Beverly Plocki, '53
Mr. G Mrs. B. Pokowski
Mr. 6 Mrs. A. Pokrieika
Mr. 6 Mrs. L. Pomaville
Robert Pomaville, '53
Mrs. Iulius Popowski
Mr. 6 Mrs. H. Postl
Mr. 6. Mrs. I. Pozzini
Ierry Pranger, '54
Mr. G Mrs. L. Pranger
Mary Iane Pranger
Iohn Prass, '53
Mrs. Steve Price
Stanley Pruss, Groc.
Ianet Purdy, '5 3
Mr. 6. Mrs. L. Purdy
Ronald Puwal, '53
Ray Przytulski, '50
Annette Radzwion, '53
Mr. Nicholas Rager
Mr. 6. Mrs. H.
Ioan Renke, '48
Mr. G Mrs. C. Restino
Arthur I. Ribant
Mr. G Mrs. E. Ribant
Mr. 6. Mrs. W. Ribant
Walt Ribant, '51
Catherine Riehl, '50
Frances Riehl, '51
Mr. :S Mrs. Wm. Riehl
Page 67 sponsored by
Mr. 6. Mrs. L. Rivard
Mary Rivard, '53
Sue Rivest, '53
Ioseph A. Rizzi
Mr. 6. Mrs. Frank Robin
Eugene Rogozynski, '47
Mrs. S. Rogozynski
Mr. 6. Mrs. I. E. Romps
Mr. :S Mrs. I. I. Romps
Ron Rosingana, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. August Ross
Mr. 6. Mrs. Wm. A. Ross
Ioann Rossi, '53
Iohn Rossi, '53
Marie Rousseau, '52
Roger Rosseau, '53
Royal Dairy Bar
Mr. Al Ruehl
Mr. Bill Ruggiroli
Mr. 6. Mrs. L. Ruggiroli
Al Rugienius, '54
Mr. 6. Mrs. R.
Miss H. Russell
Mr. 6. Mrs. E. Rutkowski
Ioan Rutkowski, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. R. Rutkowski
Ed Rutledge, '53
Iim Rutledge, '47
Thomas Ryder, '53
Mr. 5. Mrs. Sam Saigh
Sally's Gift Shop
Don Sansoterra, '53
Miss Mary Sarrach
Frances Saurini, '53
Christine Sawicki, '51
Mr. 6. Mrs. W. Sawicki
Patricia Stork, '53
Rev. I. Scheuer, C.PP.S.
Mary Ann Scherer
Mrs. Richard Scherer
Ierry Scherr. '52
Mr. 6. Mrs. E. Schmidt
Leo Iames Schmidt, '53
Ierome Schmidt, '53
Page 68 sponsored by
Mrs. M. Schnuphase
Miss M. M. Schnuphase
Mrs. Wm. Schnuphase
Wm. P. Schnuphase
Mr. 6. Mrs. O. Schwartz
Gloria Sconciaturno, '48
Ioann Sconciafurno, '51
Billie T. Scott
Mr. 6. Mrs. C. Serazio
Iosephine Serazio, '51
Betty Sharer, '54
Maryanne Sharer, '53
Mr. G Mrs. I. Sharer
Mr. 6- Mrs. L. Shiplock
Iohn C. Shovlin
Mrs. Martha Shubnell
Mr. 6 Mrs. P. Silvers
Mrs. H. Silverstein
Daniel Skrobowski, '53
Madeleine Sobak, '53
Mr. :S Mrs. G. Sobak
Mr. ci Mrs. E. Sobczak
Mr. G Mrs. I. Sobieski
Iohn Sobieski, '53
M. A. Sobkowiak, '53
Sophomores, Room 114
Paul Spatt, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. P. Spragg
Pvt. Pat Spragg, Ir.
Mr. 6- Mrs. I. Starr
Richard Staszak, '53
Mr. Leo Steiten
Mr. 6. Mrs. L. Steites
Mr. :S Mrs. R. Steinhebel
Mr. 6. Mrs. D. Stefani
Mr. 6. Mrs. F. Stevens
Mr. 6. Mrs. L. Stevens
Margie Stevens, '51
Page 69 sponsored by
Mary Ellen Stevens, '53
Dickie Stibich, Esq.
lean Stodolak, '51
Mr. G Mrs. I. Stodolak
Mr. 6. Mrs. Wm. Storch
Frances Stosiak, '53
Iames Sullivan, '53
Ioann Supanich, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. A. Sutko
Mr. 6. Mrs. P. Swoish
Mr. 61 Mrs. Iohn Swita
Mrs. Rose Switz
Pat Swoish, '48
Robert Swoish, '54
Shirley Sylakowski, '53
Anthony Szankin. Ir.
Mr. G Mrs. G. Taukert
Mr. 6. Mrs. A. Tchlessen
Mr. 6 Mrs. T. Tercheck
Mr. 5. Mrs. E. Tessier
Mr. 6. Mrs. H. Theisen
Catherine Thomas. '53
Mr. 5. Mrs. M. Thomas
Mr. 6. Mrs. N. Thomas
Teresa Thomas, '52
Ann Torres. '46
Benedette Torres. '53
Dominic Torres. Sr.
Don Torres, '47
Chris A. Traicovich
Mr. R. Troger
Mrs. Gertrude Trompics
Frank Trun's Market
Mr. 6. Mrs. I. Turches
Mr. 6. Mrs. H. Turco
Mary Turco, '53
Barbara Turkal, '53
Mrs. Betty Turkal
Frances Turkal. '48
Mr. Frank Turkal
Ioyce Turowski. '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. W. Turowski
Mr. A. Tyjenski
E. H. Unger
Marimae Urban. '48
Mr. QS Mrs. Steve Urban
Page 70 sponsored by
Sue Urban. '54
Marie Louise Urbin, '54
Mr. 5- Mrs. H. Vacke
Mr. 6 Mrs. A. Valentine
Laura VanAckere, '53
Mr.6.Mrs. R. VanAckere
Mr. 5. Mrs. A. Van
Anita Vendittelli, '53
Lorna Venditty. '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. A. Verwest
Antoinette Volante. '53
Louise Volante. '53
Mr. G Mrs. Leo Wajda
Alan Iohn Walby, '66
Bob Walby, '48
Donald Walby, '52
Herbert Walby, '44
Marcella Walby, '49
Norman Walby, '37
Pvt. Richard Walby, '47
Arthur E. Walczak
Mary Waldorf, '48
Mr. 6. Mrs. W. Waldorf
Mrs. M. Walter
Sue Walter, '53
N. VanWambeke, '52
A. Warmuskerken, '48
Mr. 6. Mrs. A.
Mr. 51 Mrs. I. Warzniak
Mrs. B. Wasik
Mr. 6. Mrs. F. Watson
Ioan Watson, '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. Virgil
Mr. 6. Mrs. P. Waurenty
Harriette Weatherly, '53
Ralph I. Weil
Pete Weiland, '48
Dennis Weiss. '53
Edward Werenski. '53
Mr. Francis Werner
Mrs. Gene Weston
Page 71 sponsored by
Ron. Leo and Tim
Diane Wichtman. '53
B. Wieczorkowski. '52
I. Wieczorkowski. '50
Mr. G Mrs. Iohn
Mary Wiesenhoefer, '37
Elizabeth Wilhelm, '53
Helen K. Wilhelm
Iean Willard. '53
Rose Marie Wilson
Mr.6.Mrs. E. Winstanley
Mr. QS Mrs. R.
Mr. G Mrs. P. Wittbrodt
Mr. 6. Mrs. F. Wittbrodt
Mr. 6. Mrs. A. Wolff
Mr. 5 Mrs. H. Wobrock
Mrs. Frank Woicik
Mary Ann Woicik, '49
Carol Wottowa. '52
Pvt. Fred Wright, A.F.
Mr. 6. Mrs. Frank Yank
Darlene Yizze. '53
Iimmy Yizze. '57
Mrs. Clara Zabkiewicz
Edwin Zablciewicz. Ir.
Patricia Zacharski, '50
Mrs. Mary Zawadzki
Phyllis Zawadzki. '54
Mr. 61 Mrs. X. Zepke
Carol Ziegenielder. '53
Mr. 6. Mrs. I. Zielinski
William I. Zoli. '53
Paul Zolnoski. '48
Mr. 6. Mrs. I. Zolnoski
G v ,:.
' 554, Y ."w ,g-L, f
W ,. . fa- .
.iq-,.gQf.. Mi, M4
-4 iff 2 -ff?
7.4 , -'51
"'w1:"'1 . .
119 Eff'-'f'?'w. 2 5 .lp
,Lf W ,cp
.:, , .."+:Z ' 1-':, .,
' 'JM '. '1 ,
-1 ' ' :Ei
... i 1
, . -,yi
1 , nf' :F
f 1' :xi
.-Lg: .1 ' ,fps
'TGV f1'ef':"" R
Q1 ' .1 w"
Q, , g ,
,- y :fl-7,513
" A. v". "
f"'ng,,.'1?'fV ix v
, 4 ' " '-Mfw7,:
M4 , 5 wk
, . 5 M.
.. - , , J
, f .
.- +4 wi:
, , .f-'gg
. .Sw V'
y ' '.'
M .1 if-fvr, m.
, 'fn' fsiiifu
-:ij ,Q G95-" 'j
V ' L'f.i'sgbf
.- 4 QQ
Q,-5. . 35. : fm,-xg, 52' , ms.
1 H "2ft':f"?: -
Carol Ann Christ
Io Ann Dillon
Ioseph Gaynor ll0LY NAME
Mary Ann Brown QFFICERS
CSNIC Roger Rousseau
Suggestions in the St Anthony High School - Antholite Yearbook (Detroit, MI) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.