Stephenson High School - Classmate Yearbook (Stephenson, MI)

 - Class of 1947

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ft;,, ' ■,! { V . " Since tl ) V e objectives of labor, capital, and agriculture are iderdciil, our citizenship in these three fields should be led to understand this fact. Then, we should have a united, harmonious citizen- ship moving forward to still g» eater achievements, not a divided citizenship wasting energy and sub- stance oil industrial strife and dissatisfaction, drift- ing tovv:ard a regimented economy and mediocrity for everybody " . f!e ii ' t: ' ' Undoubtedly the grt duates of the class of 1947 will find themselves in all fields of our economic life. It is important tnat each one of us makes every possible effort to contribute a steadying influ- ence in these unsettled times. We, of the Bank of Stephenson, have every coufideiir.e that our graduates have the " stuff " that will make our conimuitity a better place ii: which to live. The Bank of Stephenson MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION " Ctniplete and friendly financial service. " • • •: . 9i .. en (iJa Mf Cpuhlislied by the Senior Glass of Stephenson 3iigh School (Slassmate FOKEWOKD We, the Seiiiiii ' s of ' 47, 1;ike pride in ]iresent- m : our revival nf the old S.H.S. " Cius.snuite. " Al- thoufih its reestithlislimeiit was not an easy joh, tlie statt ' deserves miieh eredit, as they worked iiard and (liliji ' eiitly to make tlie Classmate a sneeess. We also want to heartily thank all those wlio have in any way jriven t ' inaiieial assistanee. We hope that this jirae- tiee will be eontinned hv the Seniors of the future, and that beeause of our pioneering, the road will be an easier one. Lastly, we hope that you ' jet as mueii enjiiynient out of this book as we had preparing it. ECU Qlassniate- DEDICATIOX To Miss ] Iiii ' i()ii 1!. I ' Myini, wlm has helpcil (iiir class with tlic immcnms activities of our senior year, as oui ' Seiiioi ' class advisor, and who has been larg-ely responsible for the reestablish- nieiit and success of this annual; we, the class of 1947 wish to dedicate this " Classmate. " Qhissiiinfe- i!)ir. Wo. tlic Class (if 11)47. in ' Ofiit to you tlie !St( ' |)hiMis(ni Ili ii Soliool as it, apjicai-cd ill IDKi wlii ' ii tlic first class was o-raduateil. IIkmi 1!I4(). and the future liii. h school liuildinii-. W ' c have |iictiii ' cd tlic plans of tlic new hiiildiiiL; ' wliicli vc hojjc will be a reality in lIK ' iO. in4fi Qlassmate- . ii:4lil J ' Hf ■ixiifji-i a ' Glassmate = t ' i lip Kow; Mivs , htriMii I ' iwni. ( iciu- - ic ve luUfi, lirTiiu.i t iiisi ,i i --nii , | ' , (.-i Ti H iil ' ii.ii it . I ' -HuT ' es Frcis, Joyce Thnune. Ksther Maki. Second Kdw: M.iK ' lalenc- Parkaiisky. Eleanor Kiiicli. Joyct.- Johnson. Dolores Herson, (Jenr Ja Koherts, ( " iladys IJroherg, Martha Rasnuisseii. Bottom Row: Roland t ' arlsoii. Ken Cappaerl, Don Sandin, Edwin Hirsch, Norbert Anderson. ■ Absent: Henry Mottard, I orraine Rcvall, (Ilcnn Hanson, Uette Ann F ecotte, Carol Krantz. ANNUA 1. STAFF Editor-iii-Cliicf Evelyn Hulil);ir(l Assistant Editor Henry Mottard Business Manager Dolores Freis Edwin Hirseh Advertisi)! ; ' f ' omtnittee Lorraine Kevall I lien Capjiaert Faeulty Editor (ienevieve Tickler Senior Editors j ' ' ' T ' ' ? " ' " ' ' ' ' ' Don Sandni Classes Editor Martlia Kasniussen Activities Editors: ■ ,. ' Roland Carlson Urbanizations 1 , mi " i .loyce 1 hdune Sports (ilenn Hanson Music Bern ice (iustat ' son Make-up Editors l tte Ann Pecotte (Esther Maki I Korliert Aiidei ' son Chief Photnuraiiher Gladys Broher;:- ( Carol Krantz Dolores Hersoii Typists __ _ ' Joyce Johnson Eleanor Knich ' lajidalene I ' arkanskv (3lasspnate= MR. JOSEl ' II GUCKY Mr. Joseph CTUcky. wlio liecame Siiperiiitciidcnt of Htephcnsoii Schools ill l!t44 has not only kept our school at a hiyli standard but has been active in ( ' omniuiiity work. To him (foes a iiia,i ir iiortion of the ci ' cdit for Stc|)lit ' nsoii heiiii; ' chosen l)y tlie State De|)artnu ' nt as one of the five schools where the ex|)erinieiital Coin- niiinity School Service pro ;rain is being carried nii. MISS ELIZABETH SPOOR ] Iiss Elizalictli S])oor, who has been a faithful atlvisor during (uir Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years, hails from Oshkosh, Wis. As director, she has been largely I ' esponsibie for the success of oiii- .lunior play, " Star t ' l ' azy " , and our Senior play, " Ilrr F mergeii- cv Ilusbiuid. " MISS FANNY SPRINGSTEEN Miss Fanny Springsteen earae to Ste|)henson High School in 1I1:!(), ac- cepting the Principalship in ' ' M. Un- der her direction the services of thi.s office to pujiils have been greatly en- lar-iMl. She, too, is active in the Commun- ity Scliool Service Program, having liccii to a large extent responsible for the success of the Teen-Age Oet-To- gethers and the development of eom- mnnit.y relationship with the rural s -hools in the area served by the Steph- enson IliLih School. Glassmate IlKill SCHOOL FAdLTY Josejih B. (lUi ' ky Siiiici-iiitiMKlcnt F ' aniiy E. Spriiiffsteeii l ' i-iiici|);il Walfred Graiisko ;- Afiriciilturi ' Leo J. Brunellc Coach and Soe. Scii ' iice Alfivd Lchiulorff Biolo-v and Gen. Sc. Gerald C " . Martin Chemistry and Pliysics Frank Jacisin Commercial jMarian Flynu Eii»lish Alice LeClerc Enfjlish and Latin Hazel Herofes Jr. Ilijih English Fay Schaal Home Economics Fred Pintal :Manual Arts ] Iarie Bnrklund Mu.sic Elizahetli Sjinor Soc. Science James Bennett Jr. IIit;h Soc. S-ience Edmer LaCasse ' et ' s Adm. and Gen. Math. ELEMEXTAKV FACT ' LTY Lenora Lienna Principal and . ' itli and (itli grades IMartha Dutl ' rin Hrd anil 4tli a-rades Elizabeth Nasliind 1st and ' Jnd g-rades Gweu Ixalston Kinderi;ai-tcn (Slassmate- CLASS POEM " X(jt at the top but flimhing " AVe ' ve clioseii our motto to be, Just watch the class of ' 47 Our progress now to see. Since our entrance liere as Freshmen From Steplienson and rural schools near by, Our numbers liave been auo:mented By students from Nadeau and Da,srgett High. As -Juniors we welcomed tlieir coming, Their friendships we hold dear, Now with 80 members strong we work As commencement time draws near. Three of tliese SO students From T ' ncle Sam a lesson did learn. They ' ve traveled far away from home, We clierisli their return. We greet the end of our High School days With joy yet with a sigh, As tlie class of " 47 Bids farewell to Stephenson High. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President Donald Sandin Vice President Virginia Yonaitis Secretary Caryl Jean Hulsizer Treasurer Gustav Wetthuhn Student Council Dolores Freis, Roland Carlson, Joyce Thoune, Gustav Wetthuhn CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER Blue and While White Carmition CLASS MOTTO " Nof to 1h( tiij) hilt rliiiihinii " ( Jnssmate Marjorie Ambos SIIS William Anderson ••Bill " Carnev 1-2 SHS A Luella Berg " Louie " Carnev 1-2 SHS 3.4 ' •Hansel Gretel " 3 " The Forest I ' rince " 4 Gladys Broberg " HuKsiy " SHS (ilee Club 4 Hand 12-3-4 • ' The Forest Prince " 4 • ' Her Eniergencv Hur, band " 4 IMuiloKraphy 3-4 (Pres. 4) Norbert Anderson ■Nubs " SHS Track 1-2 Photography 3-4 Classmate SlafiF Shirley Ball ( arni-v 1-J SHS 3-4 Clee Club 3-4 Rand 3-4 " Hansel Gretel " 3 " The Forest Prince " 4 Virginia Berger " liinny ■ Car. ley 1-2 SHS 3-4 Joyce Burlclund " lack Hiirkc " SHS (;iec I ' luli 1-2-3-4 Band 1-2-3 4 " Hansel • firetel " 3 " Star Crazy " 3 " Th • Forest Prince " 4 I ' liuIuKcaphy 4 Ben Cappaert " lliu lien " SIIS Football 3-4 Basketball 3 " Star Crazy " 3 • ' Her Emergency Hus- band " 4 Classmate Staff 4 ShaviuKS Staif 4 .- ' «- c» « Joseph Cappaert " Joe " SHS F..otl)all 3-4 Basketball 3-4 Track 3 10 Glassmate- Roland Carlson SI IS Stiiilent CoiniLil 1-2. 4 (Treas. 2-i: Pres. 4) Classmate Staff 4 Shavin ' s Staff 4 na,.,i Don ' s Duca SUS Vernard Evans SHS Class RePMirttr 1 Joyce Foley SHS Jnspph Fraid ■■|..f ' C iini-y 1-2 SHS .1-4 Bernetta Corey " Cooiiie " St. . laiv Hi(;li. Mc.iasha 1-2 .! SHS 4 C;lce Cliil) 4 Lorraine Duffrin SHS Sh.iviniis Staff 4 Alice Flamm SHS Dolores Freis " I orry " SHS Class President 1 ' St. Council 2-.1-4, Sec ' y 1 S ' lavings Staff 4 Classmate Staff 4 Rami 1 Glee Club 1-2-3 " Hansel • (Irctel " 3 Frank Grinsteiner " Fi aiikie " SI IS Fc.othall ,1 ' H -nt Manager 4 Track 1 I I " A 11 Qlassmate- Bernice Gustafson SMS Hand 1-2-3-4 ••Hansel (Irctel 3 ' •The Forest Prince " 4 Clec Club 2-3-4 ShavinRs Staff 4 Classmate Staff 4 Shirlee Hardin Carnev 1-2 SHS 3-4 Clee Club 3 nantl 3-4 Shavings Staff 4 Dolores Herson SHS Shavings Staff 4 Classmate Staff 4 Thelma Horvath " Tnots " SIIS Orchestra 1 Clee Club 2 Shavings Staff 4 Caryl Jean Hulsizer SHS Class Secretary 1-2-3-4 Glenn Hanson •■Re.l " Meiiomiuee 2 SHS 1-3-4 Fnotball 3-4 I ' .asketball 3-4 Track 3 ■Star Crazy " 3 Carnival KinK 4 Shavings Staff 4 Classmate Staff 4 Ted Harske SHS Football 2-i Track 2 Edwin Hirsch " Mouse " SHS Classmate -Staff 4 Evelyn Hubbard ■ ' Imiior " SHS Assembly committee 3-4 Classmate Editor 4 Shavings Staff 4 " Star Crazy " 3 • " Her Emergency Hus- band ' " ' 4 Elvina Hultman SHS 12 Glassmate- Mary Ann Hummel SIIS Joyce Johnson " Ttiliiiiiie " SHS ShavitiKS Staff 4 Classmate Staff 4 William Johnson " Bill " Daggett 1-2 SHS 3-4 Footliall .1-4 Baskctliall .1-4 Track .-i Donald Kosewski ■•Dciiuiv " Rami ,! 4 FFA " Her Emerfjency Hns- band " 4 Eleanor Kuich SHS Classmate Staff 4 James Jacobsen " Take " IJauKflt 1-2 SHS - Phutugraphy 4 Marion Johnson " Man- Siluuki " SHS FI ' A ,i-4 Alice Klitzke SIIS ;iee Club 4 Carol Krant; " Kellv " SHS ■ Classmate Staff 4 Shavings Staff 4 " Hansel liretel " 3 " The Forest Prince " 4 Class ' ice Presirl ' -iit 1 Ph(it(igraiihv 3-4 (Sec ' y- Treas. 4) ' " Her Fniergeiicv Hus- liaii.l " 4 Everett Larsen SHS FFA 1-J.!( (Sccv. Pres. .5 4) 13 Qlcisswiate E ' zena Leanna SI IS l,ihr;irian 4 Kenneth LeMieux Carnev 1-2 SHS i-A Veteran Emil Loskot SHS J - ines Luisier SHS F....Ih:ill 2-3-4 Virginia May SHS StmUiit I.ilirarian A Gordon LeRoy ■l.te " SHS I ' .xjiball ,1-4 Rose Lenca Caiiiey 1 _ ' James Loskot SHS Esther Maki SHS Classmate Staff 4 Librarian 3 " Her Kmergencv Hns- hand " 4 Lorraine Meintz ■■. rinnie " SHS lian,! 1-2-3 14 (3lassmate= Henry Mottard •■H;ink " Carney 1-2 SHS 3A ' eteran Classmate Staff 4 Doris Newlin ■■Dodo " SHS CCC 4 Manette Nordin Daaeetl 1-2 SHS 3-4 Cheerleader 4 Magdalene Parkansky ■■Maggie " SHS Classmate Staff 4 Bette Ann Pecotte SHS Student Council 1-2 ■ ' Star Crazy " 3 S ' 1vinKS Staff 4 Classmate Staff 4 Norma Myers •■T,i,,t- " SHS Leslie Newlin SHS Phntngraphy Cluh 4 Doris Mae Oleson SHS CCC 4 Mary Paul SHS Paul Peterson SHS ■ " .star Crazy " 3 15 Pat Pope C.irni-v 1-2 SUS ■A Stmitiit Cnniicil 3 " Hansel iV (Ircli-l " 3 " The Forest Prince " 4 (Ilee Club 3 " The Knrest TViiice " 4 ccc Duane Phillips " Dewie " SHS " Star Crazy " 3 Charles Renner ■■Chuck " SHS FFA " Her Emergency Hus- band " 4 Georgia Roberts Siiiiermr ( ciitral I SHS i-. 4 Hand 1 Class Reporter 1-2-3-4 " Star Crazy " 3 " Her Emergency Hus- band " 4 Classmate 4 Shavings Editor 4 Cheerleader 3 Donald Sandin " SandL-en " Xiies Twp. 1-2 Carney 2 SHS 3-4 Football 3-4 Hasketball 3-4 Class President 3-4 " The Forest Prince " 4 " Hansel Orctel " 3 Classmate Staff 4 " Her Emergency Hus- band " 4 Clee Club 3-4 I ' .an.l 3. CCC Glassmafe- Peggy Pope C.di I SIIS .! 4 ■Hansel Gretel " 3 " The Forest Prince " 4 Band 3-4 Glee Club 3-4 " Her EmerRency Hns- liand " 4 rcc Martha Rasmussen " Mart " SHS A-;senil)lv ( " oniiniltee 3 Classmate Staff 4 Shavings Staff 4 Lorraine RevatI " Ducka " DaKKett IJ SHS 3-4 Classmate Staff 4 Cheerleader 3-4 Wilbur Runge Carney 1-2 SHS 3 4 Veteran Eva Mae Sands -Men.nninee 1-2 SHS 3-4 Student Council 3 " Her ' vnierKency Hus- band " 4 Shavings Staff 4 16 Qlassmate loyre Shepherd Carney 1-2 SHS 3-4 Band J-4 r.lee Club 3-4 ■•Hansel r.retel " .1 " The Forest Prince " 4 Theresa St. Pierre SI IS 12 liarstow. California 3 SHS 4 Joyce Thoune " Doot " Stnilcnt Council 4 •- ' lassnialc Slaft 4 Genevieve Tickler Dafigett 1-2 SHS 3-4 Band 3-4 Classmate Staff 4 Photography 4 Eleanor Wachter C ' lrnev 1-2 SHS 3-4 " Hans,-I Gretel " 3 " The Forest Prince " 4 Gustav Wetthuhn Carnev 1-2 SHS 3-4 Rand ' -4 Glee Club 4 Class Treasurer 3-4 Student Council 4 Lloyd Thoune SHS 1-FA Helen Truitt SHS Paul Waisenen CarTuv 1-2 SHS .i-4 Virg ' nia Yonaitis M I ' asiniir Acadeinv 1-2-3 SHS 4 Clas=; ' ice President 4 Carnival Queen 4 17 (Slassmate l tCY Tt is the ypiir It). " )? and the Stephenson Ilijili Srhnol (iyiiuiasiuni has donned a festive h)ok for the reunion of the class of 1!I47. Ten years ajro the peoph- seated around these haiuiuet tables were liappy eai-efree senioi ' s. Let us journey around these taldes and find out wliat eaeh one is dointr now. Many of the returuino- ahunni found themselves seated next to a (dassmate they hadn ' t seen for ten years. Willie Ruufi ' e. who was quite the lady-killer baek in his hiph sehool days has made his charm pay off. He is president of Willie ' s Wolves, Inc., a very l)i-onunent escoi-t hiu ' eau. Roland Carlson recently doiuited ten million dollars toward the fouiulin ' j of a school for traiiiiiiir electrical enjiineers. ISIr. ( ' ai ' lso7i. you renu ' uiher. fjot his start throufrh his electric inventions, most noted of which is tiie " Merry Little Watt " machine. He now ha.s his own company. Shirlee Hardin arrived in a brand new Ford, a giift from Henry Ford II, Shirlee is chief comiitometrist at the Ford iijant in Detroit and Mr. Ford claims slie is indispensable. Capt. Frank (irinsteiner, I ' .S.M.C, was riveu leave to attend tiie i-euiuon. Wa.shino ' tou cindes claim that Cajit. (irinsteiiuM- is one of the most u]) and coming: .vouufr officers in the corj). Miss Alice Flamm ha.s just published her fiftecntii book. Wiien not writiufT Miss Flamm spends her time reading: and eollectin,? books for her own j)rivate library, which is full of rare books. Miss Bernetta Corey is one youn ; ' lady who really has no need to patron- ize her own business. " Coouies Crone parlor in Menonunee Count.v. Norbert Ander.son, noted chemica elements, Norbium and Andonian. Miss Bernice Gustafsou lionored the yatherinii ' witii a soup:. After five years of stud.viny music in Vienna Miss (iustafson lias yiven concei-ts and aj)- peai ' ed in operas here and abi ' oad. Bill Johnson lias ju.st received a contract to direct the wiriiiji ' of tiie Vermin Hotel, one of the larjiest new hotels in the Upper Peninsula. Mr. John- son is the owner of the " Johnson and Son Electric Appliance and Repair " shojis in Da ro:ett, Stephenson, and throu rhout the county. Henry Mottard flew i from Austin, Texas. Hank raises cacti and sells them to florists all over the country. He also develojjed a pair of tweezers witii radar ])oints so tliat he can locate cactus spines more easily. Donald Sandin. jiresident of the Bank of Steiiiienson, was toa.stmaster. Rumor lia.s it that ilr. Saudin will be the next Village President. Miss Joyce Burklund was in charge of the entertainment, liss P Miklnnd is music instructor licre at Ste| henson. into Cutie Shop " is tlie best beaut.v las just discovered two new engineer. 18 == == = Glassmate The Misses P;iti-iria jiiid I ' c ' yy Pii])e left tlieir lijilit opera company, Pope ' s Pipers, in riiiea u to attend tiie reunion. Tlie yonn ' ladies formed their own company two years ajio and specialize in Gilbert and Sullivan. Miss Carol Krantz. noted for her light and amusing: chatter in school, is now l)eing wide publicized as a second Graeie Allen. She ha.s her own radio pro ri-am now and there are rumors of Broadway and Hollywood offers. Thelina Horvatii is still sometimes found behind the counter at Rickabys ' , but now it ' s merely to iiel] her husband Bobby out in a pinch. Mrs. Donald Hevall was i-ecently acclaimed one of the prettiest wives in Menominee County. We all knew liei ' as Bette Ann Pecotte. Glenn Hanson surprised most of his friends I ' ecently by ojieninfr Red ' s Riiroi - Mortuary in StepluMison. . o one suspected Red of such mcirbid lean- ings. Leslie Xewlin recently coiiiiilctiMl the installation of tiie i)luinbing: in the ' eI•lnin Hotel. •lini Luisier is now in cliai ' i c of tlie Chalk Hills [xiwer plant. In five or ten more years we expect that .)im will be able to buy out the Light and Traction Company. Eva Mae Sands and Esther Maki are ruiniing; their own beauty shop and plan on expanding and someday owning a chain of shops. Bill Anderson and Paul Waisinen ojierate the iMercury Taxi Company which serves Stejihenson and all jioints vvitliin a thirty-mile radius. Joyce Foley i)lans to resign her position as manager of the Red Owl Store when she becomes ilrs. Roy Revall. One of the most pojnilar night spots in Menominee County is " Joe ' s New Bar " run by Joe Fraid. Dr. Ted Hai-ske, prominent brain specialist, ari ' ived home for his valuation and to attend the i-eunion. A sensational new style f(n ' men ' s clothing was recently established bj ' the Peterson Wearing Api)ai-el Company owned by Paul Peterson, young- manufacturing tycoon. Several new farms were recently puri-luised bv Duane Philip]is, head of the Philipp ' s Real E tate Agency. The Daggett Trio is now ajipearing at the Black Hawk in Chicago. The Misses Lorraine Revall. Manette Xoi ' din. and Genevieve Tickler have taken great strides in the entertainment field. Joe Cappaert now |)lays ])i-ofevsional football with the Green Bay Packers. Jne was All-American for two years at the Universit.v of Michigan. Dolores Herson has accepted a position as private secretary to tlie President of the United States. Joyce Johnson, personality editor for " Movie Mag " arrived for the I ' eunion. We all remember Joyce ' s write-ups on students for the " Shavings. ' " Pyi ' one Towei ' recently revealed his intent to wed his lovely .secretary, Doris Duca. Mary Ann Hummel is suiierintendent of the Children ' s Ward of the Florence Nightingale Hosi)ital of Chicago. The " Stitch In Time Shcip ' " was recently opened in Stephenson Iiy M ' ss Elvina Hultman. .Miss Ilultman de-igns all tlie clothes made and sold in her slio]). Georgia Roberts, ' The Flying Reporter ' , just returned from Soutli America where she covere l the Argentine revolt for her news syndicate. 19 Glassmate Miss Caryl Jean llulsizi-r, head nf the Iloiiic Ecnnoiiiics Departiuciit at Mi( ' lii raii State, was largely respoiisiiile fur tlie rcuiiian. She eontaeted out-of- town aluniiii and made arran t ments for the liani|Uet. Martlia Hasnills-en, now niai-rietj to that eiiiineiit physirian, Dr. Kihlare, arrived fi ' om New Yoi-k for the reuninii. Kenny l eMieux now has his own wrecked -car li isiness. His iiioHo is " You wreck ' em and we ' ll fiinsh the joii. ' " Over here we have almost a third of the nursinji ' staff of the Stephenson Community Hospital, Marjoiie Ambos, Chief Laboratory Teehnieian, Luella Bei-g- and Viriiinia Herji ' er, day and ni ht supervisors, Joyce Siiepherd, Chief Snrucry nurse, Elleiiore Wachtei ' , who is in charge of the children ' s floor, are ail here tonight. ' irginia Yonaitis, secretary to one of the most succes-ful traveling salesmen in the county, says her work is most interesting. When Miss Dena Babeock retired as County Lil)rarian, Elzena Leanna took over. She is doing a fine job. Kose Lenca is now head saleslady at Marshall Field in Chicago. We ' ve heard that Rose is contemplating opening a shop here in Steitiienson. And, of eoui ' se, everyone iia.s heard what wondei ' s Everett Larson has l)erformed in the field of Agriculture. Admiral Emil Loskot beached the fleet to atti nd the reunion. There are rumoi-s that Emil will re. ign his commission to ai ' cept the |iosition of Secre- tary of the Navy. (lUstav Wetthuhn was recently elected treasurer of tlu Menominee County Businessmen ' s Ass ' n. Mr. and Mrs. Wetthuhn just returned from a trij) to Canada to look over forest |)roducts uj) there. We all i-emember Mrs. Wetthuhn as Shirley Ball. Helen Truitt has a job with a large household apjilianee fii-m. Her job is testing the practicability of theii- appliances before they go on tlie market. Miss Joyce Thoune has taken over the maiuigement of the " Belgiumtowu Home of Recreation " and is jdanning to build another hall in Bowers. Lloyd Thoune received state rec ' ognitio7i recently foi ' having tlie most sanitary farm in Michigan. Charles Renner and Donald Ko.sewski recently built an addition to theii- garage. Though they can re|iair anything that once ran they specialize in farm machinery. Broadway and Hollywood stars fly in to Chicago to " Clary ' s .Mudpack Magie " , the newest in beauty salons. It is run by Mis- Mary Baul. We find Doris Oleson and Doris Newlin still together. They are both stenographers to James Jacobson, who manages to kee)) them lioth busy at the same time. James has gained renonn as a news] a|)er I ' olumiust and often dictates two eohunns at once. The Ben Franklin stores are now undei- new management. The entire comiiany is now owned by Miss Xornia Myers. We all remember Lorraine Meintz as one of our outstanding students in Math and Science. She is now teaching Mathenuitics in one of (ireen Bay ' s large high schools. As .soon as ' irginia May gradiiated she started to study beauty culture. Todav, after great success, she is manager of the Butterflv Beaiitx- Parlor. Eleanor Kuich was lecently jiicked as the " Dreiu Dream (iirl " in a contest to find the loveliest hair in the country. 20 Qlassniate- Fiii ' iiituri ' frciiii lilt ' Xiirl hlaiiil Fiii ' iiitnri ' ( ' o. li:is j aiiu ' d luitiim wide iicchiini. Tlic company s dwiicil hy .James Lcskdl and X ' nnard Evans. The mcidcrn " Waiidci-iii - Miiisfrcl " , Edwin Ilirsch, rei-ently i)ublislied a new soni; ' " The ( ' ni ' sr nl ' Two Ai-liini: ' Feet. " Mr. Ilii ' seh is known all over the i(iunti- ' liy his arcoi-dian mnsic. ' I ' lic newest addition to tile " Hell nrivers " " is Gcn ' don Ltdtoy. [r. IjeRo} ' ]ii I ' l ' iirnis the most dariii.,u- stunts evei ' done with an automohile. Alii-i ' Klitzke is the only woman ambassador ever sent to llussia. Noted tor her L;eiiiality and lidod humor the I ' resident figured Miss Klitzke could get aloiiL; ' with anyone. Maii ' delene I ' arkansky was |)icked as thi ' " Sparkle (iirl " ' liy the Ginger Ale Mannta.-tnrei-s. Evci ' yone rememliers her twinkling:- eyes. Evelyn liuhhai ' d is now managini: ' editor ot the New York Herald. Miss lluhliai(i ' s inspii-jnu I ' ditorJals are read hy millions. Jji}|-raine Dnft ' iMii is now head typing insti ' uctoi- at the Badger Business College. Miss (ihidys lirolierg is now apjK ' ariiig cm a tour with that great piaidst -To-ie Perturbi. Their dncis are esj)ecially spectacular. Ben rapjiaert has been dog-catcher for the -illage of Stephenson for five yeai ' s now. Miss Theresa St. Pierre now has a school for training salesmen. At the end of the course the graduate is gifted with a paii ' of iron slujes, which save on feet vvlien shoved in doors. We all recall what a wondi ' i-ful salesman Miss St. Pierre was for the class of " 47. Marion .Johnson is now ])rincipal of Stephenson High School. Miss .Johnson l)egan teaching at Stephenson as soon as she finished college. Miss Dolores Freis took annual leave from lii ' r executive .job at Para- mount Studio in IJ(]llywood fin ' the reunion. .Miss Fi ' eis went from a ixisition as .seeretarv to ( ' . B. DeMille to one of his most valuable assistants. SPA ' JIXG When he first came to see lier He showed a timid heart Ami when the lights were low They sat this far ai)art. But when their love grew warmer Anil learned the joy of a kiss They knocked out all the spaces AndsatuiKdoselikethis. 21 Glassmate CLASS WIl.L I, Miirjdfii ' Aiiiliiis. will my iiiiirtncss (?) In l iisiMn;iry I ' jirrett. I, Norhei ' t AndiM-snii. will my liri ' lit (5 " 7 " ) to " Blossom ' ' Peterson. T, William Andi ' i-sdii. will my ' inod coiHlnct in Aiiriciiltiiri ' to .lohii Nm-cl- (jiiist. I. Shirley l all. will my sliortness to Rita lae IJeamldiii. 1. Luella Hei ' ji ' , will my hloiHliiess to Audrey lilau. I, Viruiiiia Bei-frer, will my shyness to Lorraine Nelson. I, Gladys Brol)er j will my tromlxme to anyone with arms loiiy- enoiifiii to reach the seventh position. I, Joyee Bnrkhind, w-ill my smile to anyone who lost theii ' s. I, Ben C ' a|)|)aert. will my aliility to study in Miss Spoor ' s study hall to Wilfred .lohnsdii. ], Joseph (. ' appaert, will my hei;ilit to Myrim Di ' um. I, Roland Carlson, will my ]Misition as j)resident of the Student ( ' (umeil to T oren Ilulsizer. I. Bernetta Corey, will my silence in study hall to Ketrina Dishneau. 1, l)oi-is Duca, will my ability of transcriljini shorthand to Helen I ' ei ' ica. 1, Lorraine Dutfrin. will my sluu-lhand hook to Tjvdia Flamm. I, Vernard Evans, will my quietness to Mik( Alajhrzak. J, Alice Flamm, will my interest in Literatui-e to Sally Lewandowski. I, Joyce Foley, will my black hair to Lois Nelson. L Delores Freis, will my love foi- daneiui;- anywhere, anyway, and any- time t i Don Thielke. I. Frank (ii-insteiner. will my student maiuiiier .job to someone who can drive the cherrio bus next year. I, Berniee Gustafson, will my first clarinet music to Leyden Thori)e. I, Glenn Hanson, will my ba. Jvet-ball position tf) Myron Drum. I, Shirlee Hardin, will my bass drum to Maebelle I hnna. I, Ted Harske, will my Physics book to Leyden Thorpe. I, Delores Hersou, will my .iob as ty|)ist for the Annual to Dorothy Flaum. L Edwin Hirsch. will my uod conduct in Miss Spoor ' s study hall to Peter Sohr. 1, Thelma Hon ath, will my shorthand dictionary to Mr. Jacisin because I haven ' t iiaid for it anyway. (Hope he had more usi for it than I did.) L P velyn Hubbard, will my editorship of the Annual to some |)oor, innocent, unsuspectiiiji ' Jiuiioi-. I, Caryl Jean Hidsizer, will my ability as class secretary to Audrey Blau. I, Elvina Hultmaii, will my slimness to someone who ate too much too often. I, Mary Ann Hummel, will my .job as libi-arian to Dolores Mathias. I, James Jacobson, will my ability to tell a fib to Don Thielke. (He ' s n poor liar.) L Joyce Joliuson, will my typiiii; ' eraser to ClareiK ' C (iidlof. I, Mai ' ion Johnsr)n, will my temjjcr to anyone who hasn ' t one. I, Bill Johnson, will my height to Harold Pratt. 1, Alice Klitzke, will my ability to never worry to Betty Hultman. I, Donald Kosew-ski, will my curly hair to Frank Huebel. I, Carol Krantz, will my tendency toward scatterbrain chatterini; ' to Juanita Melehoir. I, Eleanor Kuicli, will my shoi-thaiid 1 k to anyone who wants it. 1, Evei ' ett Ijarseii, will my curly hair to Jusi ' ph Dnycn. (3Iassmate= I. Kenny LcMiciix, will my hashfulness to Clareiice Gidlof. I, Rcise Leiu ' ii, will my typinji ' ability to Norbert Poupore. I, (ioi ' doii Lelloy, will my car to my brother. I, Emil Loskot, will my liiM ' iht to Harold Brobero-. I, James Ijoskot, will iii ' (|uietness to En eiie Tebo. I. Estliei- Maki, will my blonde hair to Audrey Blau. I, Henry Mottard, will my small clianiie to Norbert Poupore. I, Virginia May, will my tem])er to .Mildred Franeour. I. Lorraine leint ,. will my ability to make noise and et work done to i lar,j(ii-ie Sakovitz. 1, Norma Myers, will my dai-k eyes and hair to " Sis " Nelson. I, Doris Newlin. will m - love for shorthand to Eleanor C!onn. 1. Leslie Newlin, will m, - liking- of Math, to Rodi ' er Rye. I, Mani ' tte N(M-(lin, will my clieiTleading ' suit to one of the Junior clieer- leaders. L Doi ' is Mae Olesiin, will my love for Commereial subjects to Pearl Anderson. I, Mas ' delene Parkansky, will my bashfulness to Muriel Corey. I, Mary Paul, will my (juietness to my sister. L Bette Ann Pecotte, will my ability at jroing steady throiijih four years iif liiuh school to Myrtle Ann Corey, who has a yood start of two yeai-s, I, Paul Petei ' son, will my mai-ks in Economics to Bud Schnette. 1, Duane Philii)])s. will my Adv. Math, book to Bud S. I, Pat Pope, will my Latin 11 book to some courageous soul. I, Pefj Pope, will my seat on the playei " s bus to Lorraine Nelson. I, Martha Rasmussen, will my innnoeeuee to Clarence (iidlof, I, Charles Reiuiei-, will my ability of getting out of work in Agi ' iculture to Tjcnny Kosewski. I, Lori ' aine Revall. will my height to (n ' orge Peterson. I, Ceorgia Roberts, will my position as editor of the " Shavings " and one year ' s supply of asjjirins to Dorothy Flaum. I, Wilbur Ruuge, will my smoothness to the Standard Oil Company. I, Donald Sandin, will my sjiot on the J.V. ' s to Myron Drum, whether he wants it or not. 1, Eva Mae Sands, will my cheerfulness to Ruby Beaudoin. I, Theresa St. Piei-re, will my talkativeness to my brother, Kenny. I, Joyce She| herd, will my clai ' inet to anyone with fifteen fingers. T, Joyce Thoune, will my hajipy spirits all tlirough the day to Betty Braxler. 1, Lloyd Thoune, will my ability to get good mai-ks in Agriculture to Jack Nord(|nist. I, Genevieve Ticklei-, will my tenor sax to anyone with enough wind to blow it. I. Helen Truitt, will my books to John Lucas. 1, Eleanor W acliter, will my bi-uwn eyes to Evelyn Benson. I, Paul Waisenen, will mv u ' ood conduct during homeroom to Dai ' win Waldo. I, (Justav( WetthulDi, will my joli as class treasui ' cr to Stewart LeBeau. I, Virginiii Yonaitis, will my vice presidency to Leydon Thorpe. We, Jim Lusiei- iind Joseph Kraid, will oui ' ability in Bookke ' |)ing to anyoiu who wants it, 23 - (Slassma te - sPLXioR tiiemp: soxcs Andrisnii. Williiiiii -.My I ' i ' c1t ' (iirl. Anihos, M;ir-y — Have ' l Tdhl Von Lately? BmII, ShirUn-— Tlic Wluilr World Is Siiigiiiy My Song Berg ' , Luella — Beantifnl, Beautiful Brown Eyes. Bertier, Virginia — I Saw a Rainbow at Midnight. Brnbei ' g, (iladys — Smoke (Jets In ' oiu ' P]yes. Burklund, .Joyce — Stai ' du.st. Caiipaert, Ben — You Must Leai ' ii to liove Vour Brother. ( ' appaert. .loe — A Iluguin ' and a Chalkin " . Carlson, Roland — Don ' t Fence .Me In. ( ' (ire.w Bernetta — Dai ' k Eyes. Duca, Doris — I Don ' t Know Why. Dutfrin, Lorraine — My Best To Von. Foley, Joyce — Alway.s. Flaiiini. Alice — tlonie on the Range. Freis, Dolores— Twilight Time. Grinsteiner, Frank — Bury Me (»n ' { ' ' he I ' raii-ie. Hardin, Shirlee — lie ' s lA In The .Vriuy and lie ' s Al in My IIchi ' 1. Ilerson, Dolore- — When Irish Eyes Are Snnling. Ilirsch, Edwin — Memories. Iloi-vath, Thehna — Sentimental Reasons. Iluhhard, Evelyn — Over the Rainbow. Ilulsizer, ( ' ar ' l Jean — Let the Rest of the World do By. Ilultman, Elvina — Headin ' Down the Wi-ong Iligh- wa ' . Ilununel, Mary Ann — Five Minutes More. Johnson, Jovee Jane — Don ' t .Make Me Go To Bed and I ' ll Be Good. Johnson, William — Sentimental Reasons. Kosewski, Donald — When Irish Eyes Are Smiling. Kuieli, p]leannr — You Keep Coming Back Like a Song Larson, Everett — Sentimental Reasons. LeMieu-x, Keniu ' th — (iuitar Polka. LeRov, Gordon — I ' m Just Driviiiii ' Xails in Iv Cof- fin! Leaniui, Elzena — Who? Tjeuca, Rose — Sentimental Reasons. Loskot, Emil — I ' ll Walk Alone. Luisier, James — Beer Bai-rel Polka. May, ' irgiina — No One Will Ever Know. Maki, Esther — Preteuding. Mottard, Henry — Zippidy Dooda. Myers, Norma — Someday. Newliu, Doris — Honey Do Yon Think Tts Wroug? Nordiu, Manette— Let " The Rest of the World Go By. Oleson, Doris Mae — Dannv Bov. Parkansky. Magdalene— The Whole World Is Sing- ing My Song. 24 f (3lassmate= ' :ni . . hii-y— Till The Knd (if Time. Pi ' ;-i)tt( ' , 1 ( ttc Ann — Anjiivcrsary Wjiltz. Pi pi ' , Piit — Viiiril Xi ' VPr Know. I ' lipc, PcLiLiV — l risonci ' of Love. l :i ' iii- ' ssen, Martha — (iiiilty. Hrnner, (. ' harles — Managua Nicai-iijzna. I r |ll, Loi-raine — Years anil Years Ago. Ri licils, (icorgia — huliaii ijii i ' Call. Sand, Eva Mae — You ' ll Always Be the One I Love Saiulin, Donald — A Journey to a Star. St. Pierre. Theresa — Sentimental Reasons. Shephei-d. .loyce— Let the Re-t of the World Go By. Tii-kler, ( ienevieve— Let the Rest of the World Go By. Tlioune. Joyre — Blue Skies. Wa ' hter. P]leaiior — I ' m In Pai-adise Valley. Waisanen, Paul — Five Minutes More. Yonaitis, ' iruinia — (ireeii Eves. WHOS WHO AMO.XG THE SENIORS lo-t Cheei ' fnl — Liii-i ' aine Meintz — Charles Renner. Most Humorous — Lorraine Re all, Willmi- Runge. Most Athletic — Bill John.son. Most Depeiulable — Martha Rasnuissen. Most Loyal — Cai-yl HuLsizer, Gustav Wetthulin. Most Ambitious — Dolores Freis, Frank Grinsteiner. Most Industriou.s — Carol Krantz, Emil Loskot . Mo ;t Cooperative — Joyce Thoune, Everett Larson. Most Romanti( — Estlier Maki, Henry Mottard. Most liashful—Virginia May, Duane Phillips. .Most Digiiitieil — ' irginia Yonaitis, Ted Ilarske. Most Flirtatious — Norma Myers, Joe Cappaert. Most Optomistic — Eva Mae Sands, James Jaeobson. Neate.-t — Joyce Foley. Talle-t — Beinice Gu.stafsou, Jim Lusier. Shortest — Shirley Ball, Paul Waisaneu. Youngest — Evelyn llnbbai ' d, N ' ernard Evans. (Quietest — Eleanor Kuich, Leslie Newliu. Pe.stiest — Luella Berg, Ben Cajipaert. Complexion — Doris Newlin. Voice — Genevieve Tickler, Don Sandin. Dancing — Betty Ann Pecotte, Bill Auderson. Nose — Manette Noi ' din, Donald Knsewski. Teeth — Joyce Burkhuul. Eyes — Thelina Hoi-vath, Paul Petei ' son. Legs — Doris Oleson. Music Ability — (iladys Broberg, Edwin Ilirsh. Most Courteous — Joe Fraid. Freckles — Georgia Roberts, Red Hanson. 25 Glassmate- IIISTOKY OF TIIK CLASS (»F 1!I47 On Aiiunst :!(), 11)4. " ., tlici-i ' lic ' jiii ninny new ;in l lastini; ' I ' l-icndsliips. It Wiis on 1 his (l;iy thai I lie chi ' -s cif ' 47 fii ' st iiirl nmlcr- I In ' lcaili ' r lii|i nf .Miss Doctor, Miss X ' oelkiT. and .Mr. (Iransko -. We hct:an a year that was full of fun and a few disapixiintnicnts. The elcctio}! returns for class officers read as follows: Pre.s.ideiits — Doloi-es Freis, Joe Oappaeit. Vice-Presidents — Carol Kraiitz, Benny ( ' appaert. Secretaries — Caryl Ilulsi .ei ' , Ted Ilarske. Treasurers — Dorothy Smith. Reynold I ' cti ' fson. Student Couin-il — liette Ann Pe otte, Marilou ll()rniid , Roland Carlson. Reporter for .lonrnal — Lorraine Meintz. Ri poller for I ' mhriatiii — (ieor; ' i;i Roherts. ' The next tiling ' on the class calendar was a |)arty. The sophomores in- vited us to their party October V2, and were, in tnin. invited to the Kreslmien |iarty, a treasure hunt, Novemhcr " _ ' :!. A request from Uinhriaijo for a hoy and i:irl student of the month lirou;: ' lit forth prompt action. Ted Ilarske and lictte Ann Pecotte were elected. Botli the hoys and ; " irls wei ' e active in basketball. Lynn Simon was caji- taiu of the boys and (icory ' ia Roberts was captain of the jiirls. The iie.xt eveid was the Senior Carnival. MaLidahiie I ' arkaiisky and Ted Ilarske wei ' e elected as the Fi-eshmeii candidates fiu ' Kiiiji ' and Queen. On April 18, a second party was tiiven. This was a Theatre jiarty. ' Citizenship letters were awarded to Dolon-s Frcis, P ette Aim Pecotte and Ted Harske. In 1944 we returned as Soiihomores. This year we were all put in one homeroom with Mi.ss Si)oor and Mr. Jacisin as our advisors. But the room was not lar re eiiou 2 ' h to hold ei lity some sojihomores so thirty were sent up to the shorthand room, doint liomeni iiii mectine-s were held in Mi.ss Spoor ' s room. The class officers were : President — Edwin Ilii ' sch. Vice-President — Ted Harske. Secretary — Caryl Hulsizei-. Treasurer — Dorothy Smith. Student Council — Dolores Freis, Bette Ann Pecotte. TJolaiid Carlson. Reporter — G. Rolierts. Ill the fall a class party wa.s j;-iven. Each soi)homore invited a guest. The next spring another was yiven. The Carney and Dau- ' ictt soiihomores were invited. We hiked out to the fire tower for a wiener roast. Later on tiames were ])laved in the gym. Ill 194o, our Junior year, our ranks were increased by the students from Carney and Daggett. Again we were divided into two rooms, ali)habeticany. Miss Spoor and l liss Flynn were our advisors. Our meetings were held in the gym or Miss Sjioor ' s room. Class officers were : President — Don Sandin. Vice President — Ted Ilarske. Seci ' etary — Caryl Iliilsizer. Student Council — Dolores Freis, I ' at Pojie, Eva ]Mae Sands. Roland Qlassmate- ' ( " iirlsim. Class Rojiortor — Oa. Roberts. Ass( ' inl ly Coiiiinitti ' p — Martha Rasiiiusscii, Evelyn Ilulibard. A party fur tlic .liiniurs and Scnicirs was held the last of October. Games were ])lay( ' d. Each class was asked to providi ' part of the entertaiiimeivt for the Christmas proji ' raiii. n ii- cdiitribntioii was the voice of Don Saudin. After the program our parly was h(dd in the study hall. Shirley Hall and (Justav VvVtthuhn were chosen as onr camlidates for the Senior Cariuval. About this time we lost iliss Flynn to the Seniors. She was replaced by llr. Lehndortf. (Jlenn Hanson and Caryl Hulsizer were elected students of tlie month. Tlien came the Junior play. " Star Crazy " was presented with an all star cast. The ne. t thins on the class agenda was the Prom. Committee chairmen were Joyce Unrkluncl, Dolores Freis. Bette Aim Pe cotte, Georgia R(»berts, Glenn Hanson, Edwin Ilirsch, Duaiie Plulli|is, and Don Sandin. Due to illness Bette Ann Pecotte, and Eilwin Ilirsch were replayed by Norma Myers and Joyce Thoune. The general motiff of the pi-oni was a garden scene. We decided to try something new by electing our Prom King and Queen. Joyce Foley and Duane Phillips were chosen to lead the grand march. When we returned in the Fall of 104fi we fo nid oui ' selves Seniors. Miss Flynn and Miss Spoor were the advisors. The cla.ss officers elected were: President — Don Sandin. ' CG President — X ' irginia Yonaitis. Seci ' etary — Caryl Hulsizer. Treasurer — Gustav Wetthuhn. Student Council — Dolores Freis, Rohiiid H. Carlson, Gustav Wetthuhn and Joyee Thoune. Assembly Comnnttee — Evelyn Hubbard, Glenn Hanson. Cla.ss Reporter and " Shavings " PCditor — (Georgia Roberts. Annual Editor — Evelyn Hubbard. The senior class party was held on October 30. The Junior class was invited. It was attended by a large number of Juniors and Seniors and a good time was had by all. The Senior Carnival was held on Xoxenibei- I " 2th. The chairman for this was Joyee Thoune. The Queen was X ' irginia Voiiaitis and the King was Glenn Hanson. The Cai ' inval was a gi ' eat succe.ss. The next major event in the Senior Class was the Class jday " Her Emer ; ' enc - Hushaiid. ' " The leads were jilax-i ' d by Chai ' les Heniiei- and Esther Maki. ' 27 Glassmate g l27- H :i c;: £ .c c t c ic - ' c -c= c£ r- - ch-c lz. 7. z ' £.S. C t X t£ b CO !— ic-i-- = . -i-- o " t= ,3 .-■ " • " . 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Proi-cssioiial Inst riniiriital Eiiscinblc Invcii-atiiin H ' -v. E. C. Saiidiii Salutatory — " " Tlif Road Ahead " Roland Carlson Vali-dictory — ' • Cliinliini; " Carol Ki-aiitz Solo — Dawn. Cnrran Donald Sandin Tiitrodiu-tion of Speaker Sni t. J. B. (iiicky Address — " Comnieiieement. When and How " Rev. A. C. Devries, ilaninctte. lii-hiirau The Sleeping Lake — Pt ' eil The First Primrose— Grietr (iirls ' En.semblo Tribute to Cla.ss Marion Flynn, Cla.ss Advisor I ' resentation of Diplomas Herbert Corey See ' y of Board of Education Benedietion Rev. E. C. Sandin Reeessional Instrumental Ensemble BACCALAT ' REATE May 18, 1947 S :nn P. M. Processional Instrumental Ensemble Invocation Rev. J. Melvin Iledin Solo: But the Loi-d is mindful of His own from " St. Paid " .MiMidelssohn Donald Sandin Sermon ' Rev. Richard Michels Daprjrett, ilich. Moravian Church Crusaders Hymn, German Aii- from 12th Century Girls ' Ensemble Benediction Rev. J. Melvin Hedin Recessional Instrumental Ensemble 30 Glcissmate SP:. I(»K IWCHAXT ■■ Iliiilili-iits .)f the History " ' of Stf|)iieiis )ii Coininunity May I ' d. 11)47 Pi ' olci ' nt ' . ( ' iiiiiiimnit - Court of Honor. ' lullel■s: ( ' iiiiiiiiuiiity Service. Industry, Trade. Healtli, Home and Family. HeliL ' ion. lieci-catioii. Airi ' iniltiire. Education. Scene I — Industry. Evening ' in a luinlier caniii in ( " edarville Tw]i. in tlie 1880 ' s. S •cue II — Home and Family. A neiKli ' ioi-Iy aftci-nodn with ]Moneer women in Swanson in Holmes Twp. about 1890. Scene III — Reli jfion. A jrroup from the Bethel Mission oi ' ti ' anization phms their elmi ' eh liuild- ini! ' in middle SO ' s near Wallace in ] lellen Twp. Scene IV — Health. A busy doct(H- " s office in Dairyett about 19()0, Scene V— Trade. A general store in Bajrley in Xadeau Twji. in the middle nO " s. Scene VI — Re -reation. A social eveiuniif in Lake Tw]). about 1900. Scene VII — AL ' riculture. An Agricultural Ctmimittee of Iiiprallston Twp. confers with the County Agent and the consultant from M. S. C. Scene ' III — Education. A group in the Oberdorffer home in Stephenson recalls the events of the day of dedication of the school building- Jiuie 30, 1915. Crowning of Comnnnnty Service as Queen. Grand Finale 31 (3lassmate HONOR STUDENTS V:il(Mli(l(iri:in S. ' ililtMlun. ' jii Till- li t (if lliis ycnr ' s Sciiidi-s wlm r.-ilcd m ■ ' l ' . " iivi ' m rc cir licitcr I liniii:;liciul llii ' ii ' fdiir yc;irs uf lii li silmnl .-jrc listed lii ' lciw in till ' (Pidcr iif tlicir i-.itiiii;. Kaiik Township ( ' ;inil Kiiintz 1 Melleii K.iImikI CirlsDii 2 Lilke Kvflyii Iliitdiard H J teplieiisoii (Jl.-idys I ' .rcjIiiTf; 4 Lilke Sliirlec Iljirdiii 5 Niideau Liiriaiiif Mciiitx IStepliensim (;iMir;;ia H d)ei ' ts 7 .Melleii l)(.l ires Frcis s McUcii I ' at l ' (i|)e . !) Nadcau Elleiior Wachrer 10 Nadcau (Jeiievieve Tickler 11 Dafrfjclt Joyce Sliejilierd 12 Xa(leaii .Mai ' llia Hasunisseu 13 Stcidieiis iii I ' .cii ( ' ai)|iaeit 14 Steidienson Caryl Ilnlsizer 15 .Mcllen l ' ,.jroy I ' lipc .__ir) Nadcau .luycc .liiliiison 17 Stei)liciis(ui Shirley Hall IS .Nadcau Virniiiia I ' .crjjer 1!) Nadeau ir;:iiiia Ycuaitis 20 Nadcau KvcrctI I.arscm 21 Mcllcu I ' .crnicc (lusrafson 22 Stephenson Kniil Loskot 23 Lake Dolores Ilcrson _24 .Mcllen 32 Qlctssniate- Tlie Jniiior Class of 1!)47 entered S.II.S. with an eni ' dllnicnt of ST, witli Mr. Jasicin and Mr. Martin as class advisors. At our first cla.ss meetin r we elected ott ' icers. They are a.s follows: President — Ncn-liert Pou])ore. ' ice Pi ' csident — Leyden Thiu-jie. Secretary — A udi ' ey Blaii. Treasurer — Stewart LcHeau. Student Council, Barliara Sanford, Mario )! Chossek, Dorothy Plaum, Donald Thiclke. As:eml)ly Committee — Lorraine i ' hilli|is. .lulia Zicloid a. Class Reportei ' — P etty Nelson. Next ill the year of events came the Senior Carnival. We nominated a kinu ' and (|ueen. They were Audrey Blau and Frank Hiiehcl. Dnr first idass party was held December 18. The people who attended enjoyed I hciiiselv( s very much. At least, we hojte so. Next came our liiii ' " Sadie Hawkins Dance " whicii was held November 11, aiul was a .u ' reat succe s. It was the first one of it ' ; kind every to be held in the Iliuh School. For this dance Nkirman Kartheisei- and his orchestra played. This dance was unusual as the rule was the irls asked the boys to dance. The boys seemed to like it ver.v much. At the teen aue dances in the ' vm on Friday niuhts the Junior Class s(}ld refreshments twice in the " Squirrel Caiic " known to the rest of the iiujiils of S.II.S. as the kitchen. Anyone havini; ' bei ' ii there on these niu ' hts can fully uiuh ' i ' stand vvh.v it has licen called that. The committee for this wa.s : Donald Thielke, Projirietm ' ; Lonaiiie Pliilli|is. Hita P eaudoin. Audrev Plan, Julia Ziehnika. . ext we boast if our baskclliall. I ' ooIIkiII. and ti ' ack i)layers. Tho-c (III the liaski ' lhall team are Donald Thielke. IIiiuli Krue er. fyron Drum. Football: I ' .nd S-hnclte. Carl LaPointe, IVll Tichey, IIn,i:h Krueucr, Darwin Waldo. Norbert Poujiore, Donald Thielke. Track: Bud S-huette, Donald Thielke. . ow to help boo t tlicm aloii ' 4 ' , a irood cheer froni our cheerleaders: Audrey P lau, Euuene Tebo, Le.vden Tlior|)e. The Junior (dass wishes the Senioi-s ol ' 11)47 I he best of luck in everything lhc - undertake in fiitori ' cars. 33 Glassmate- Toll njw (1 t(i II — Cmi ' I I.:ir(iiiiti ' . KdIutI lliinroril. Willi.-nii Ili riiiiMu, .luainic Lnurciict ' . Lillian Chancy. Marie I ' fi ' iff. Herman Sclmette. .Myron l»rniM. 2nd row (1 to r) — .Marian Cliossel;. Mil lreil Franeonr. .Muriel Corey. .Vrlene lier rer. Maebelle Minna. .Iii.inita .MelelKiir, I ' .etty Xelson. I ' aiiline Easllaml. . " ird iiiw (1 to rl — Until Fillion, Marjorie Anderson. Alice Akk ' ! ' . Audrey Slotlke. I.yclia Flaumi. Ketty .loliiison. ' rop row li Id ri- Cuilis l.arscii. Slcwarl I.el ' .eaii, l.e (leii ' l " lior|ie. Hicliard . iird;;rcii. Howard Fox. Donjilas .Vsliiiiaii. I)nnald TliiclUe. Francis Hiieliel. 2nd row M tor) — Ted Halvorsen. Keiinelli l! ' acli. Donald . lellinner. Keiinelh SI. ricrri ' . .loliii I.ewandow.sUi. Kicliard Clianey. Willard Swille, Willi.iiii Trelicy. . ' {ril low il to rl — Clarence Hansen. Krvin Tnrcotle. Robert I ' arkaiisky. W ' .aller Hanniler. Wayne Kayser. I ' anl Fillion. Absont — Richard Jlarcin. 34 Glcissmate- Top viiw ( li ' fl 111 riulit I — Ehiiiic I ' cliTsnii. l .iriilliy Fl;uiiu. Ctiriil I ' .niUniMii. E litli r.iMiiiU ' i ' . Kvcl.vii I ' .cnsiin. (JiTtnidc Kliiii ' . Kiiliy r.iMudoiii, Stclhi .Idliiison. Jaiie I,.il!:i.v. Helen lVri ;i. I ' liil row — 1 1 to rl — I ' .etty Unixler. Liivoiiiie Ciiilice. I ' eiiil Aiideisoii. Kle.iiior Conn, Irene Hultm;ni. Lucille Liiii(l(iiiist. Koris Koliiiisoii. Until Lucas. T.ottoiii row (I to r) — Helen Scliiiiiilt. Kil:i I ' .caiuloin. Lorraine I ' liillips, Lois Nelson, Harliara Sanford, .lulia Zielonka. Absent— Helen ( )rley. Top row (I lo II Iticliiird I ' .adcr. .laiiK ' s I)n -n. I ' aiil Sandin, F.nnene Telio. Kdwaril Kli- Clanii). IJottoni row — Xorbert runpore. Darwin Waldo, t ' lareiu-e (iidlof, Uoy Joliiison. 35 G nssmate- M AVIicii the Fi-esliiueii Class (ll)4r)-4(i) first met flic buys and jiirls. heiiiir ill different rooms, both eleeted class officers. President: Girls, Margie Sakovitz; Hoys. Riii;er Tliorpe. Vice President: (Jirls, Alice Siiiaulick; Boys, liOiiis Fcrsnson. Secretary: Girls, Cliristine Sv-hmidt ; Boys, Kennctli Kraiitz. Treasurer: Girls, Evelyn Watz; Boys, George Pctcrsmi. Student founcil : Girls, Irene ( ' liatlnsli, ] [yrt1c Aiiii ( ' (rrey; Pxiys, Tjorcn Hnlsizer, Al Zullner. Re])resentative : Girls, Anna Krol ; Boys, George Kostelec. The first important event for the Freshmen was the class party Xovem- ber 13. This party was held with the Sophomores. Then the Christmas party with the Freshmen contribntinii ' " Truth or Conse(}uences. " ' The candidates from the Freshmen class for the Senior Carnival Kiiiii ' and Queen were ] Iar ;ie Sakovitz aiul (ieor e Peterson. The next class ])arty was held Ajiril 30. This lime the Freshmen had their ]iarty alone. They went to Wells Park. Durin r the coiir. e of the year the Fi-eshmen al n sponsored a few dances. Boy and girls of the month were Margie Sakovitz and Dale Lucas. Now that last year ' s Freshmen ai-e this years Sophomores the following ' l)eo])le were elected as class officers : President : Roger Thorjie. Vice President : Margie Sakovitz. Secretary: Christine Schmidt. Treasurer: Evelyn Wangerin. Representatives: Sally LewandowsUi. Student Council: Lorcn Hnlsizer. .Myrtle Ann Corey. W Zullner, Mai ' ilyn Rehms. The first cla.ss jiarty the Sophomores held was November 7. It consisted of dancing, supper, games, and finally going to a movie. Candidates for King and ( neeii of the Scnioi ' Carnival wci ' c Lorcn Hnlsizer and lyryrtlc Ann Corey. At the Christmas i)ar1 ' the So|ihomorcs contributed a play. 36 Glassmaie- " .fil vi I r 1(1 I I lIiTtnidc II;iy v:ir(I. .)(i;ii] Kline. Itiitli . iircl(|iiisl. r.rtic I ' .iiil. .M:i ri;:ircl l,.ii ' diiili. SliirlfV Kiii :ink(i, .Icisciiliiiit ' Skrzyiiiiiski. Itctly I ' .i ' iiuduiii. I ' lid i,,w II- til I I — ( ' l;ir:i Scli.-iirstiiii ' Kvi ' lyii W.-Jiz. Kvclyii Waiiyeiiii. Aiiii.-i Kml. Iii ' iic ( ' Initldsh. Helen Hiniiniel. Christine Scliniit. Alice Sni.-islick. liiittoni riiw ( r tn li — I ' liyllis .MMrshnU. Mnrie Foley, ( ' aniline Fislier. Abseni — Hetty Harris, Del.n-es Matliias. Sally l.ewanilnxyski. Myille ( ' nrey. .M.irjcnic Saknvitz. Marilyn Kilim- ' I ' cip row (1 111 r) — Francis Ualiirny. Knssell I ' lnlcliak. I ' eter ' I ' lininie, Clettis Wajiner. (Jeur;;! ' Knstelec. (Jeiirse I ' etersnn. I! inal(l Huicla. KcmT Uye. ' I ' liadins Hilllinmer. .Iiise|ili Sinidii. Dayid Heyer. Und row ll to rl — I.oreii Hnlsizer. Al .iiliner. Keiinclli Kranfz. Dale Lnc.-is. Uicli.ircl Walli. Kobert Matluas. Tony (Irinstciner, Kiiyniond I ' incowski. . ' Ird row ll lo ri Kayniod I ' ratt. Donald . ' •.i w.-i;;. i;o?;-er Tliorpc. I ' .oli .lolmson. TliiMidore I ' liillips. I.oren Franconr. Kdward ( ' li.aney. W.irren Klilzke. . niold Kraiise. W ' iili- Walclier. . li enl -I ' eter .Solir. .lesse Hnliliard. Wilfri ' d .lolmson. .lohii Aaian. l.oiiis Ferj;nson. -Glassmate- ! ■iial ki Officers elected fur tlie iiintli tii-ade are as follows: President — Roseiia Rasmusscii. Hanild Pratt. Vice President — Shirley Winter. Eunene -Jones. Student Council — Marilyn Corey, Vir rinia Allj;eyer. Paul Bastien, Orton ilelchoir. Secretary — Barbara Esbrook. Orton Melclioir. Class Reporter — (rladys Krautz. Assembly — Ruth Joslin. Treasurer — JoAiin Hall. Cordon Herson. FliKSlLMEX (ilKI S TllR.MK S(). (i Yield not to flirtation For flirtinji ' is sin. Each brother will help you a ristei- to win. Fijrht manfully onward, Dark passions sul)due. Don ' t flirt with the bovs. ' .iirls. Id the bovs flii-t with dU 38 Glcissiimte Top rnw (I to r) — (;i;i(l.vs Kraiitz, Dorothy I,nii(l iuist, JfMii Lucas, Noiiiia CasetM ' cr. Itiilli .losliii. Adelaide lieaiidiiiii. Doloics Siiiitli. Klraiion ' Siiiitli. l{ei;iiia Dislinean. Hetty Kiszely. 2ii(I ro v--Alice ( " arlsoii. (Irace .lolm-ion. Marion Herriiii;. Uoseiia Rasmnsseii. Piiirliara Ksbrook. Sliirley ' iiiter, lleitc lliiltMiaii. Marilyn Corey. Aliie I,e.si)erance. Violet P.acknian. r.oltoin row — Theresa laisiiia. I.orretta Johnson. Knth Lnc .kowski, Louise Johnson. Dorothy Jolinson, Joanne Hall. Virginia Alljjeyer, Koselyn liuleau. Absent — Jlary Ivoih. Delia Havwaid. f fll OP Top row — ;ienn r.aekniaii. Morris I.arseii. Cliaiies Sinilh. .losepli ; I(iriii, Lawreiici- Williams. Knseiie Jones. 2nd row — Harold Broherfj;. Orton Melehoir. Leonard Kosewski. Krviii Wery, John Xonl- (piist. Robert Fox. Don Kabhi. Ki -hard Hansen, . " .rd row — AVayne Krneger. Lawreni-e Dutt ' rin. I ' aiil I ' .astien. Tommy Winter. Lawrence ilathias. Klton Adams, (iordon Hers(jn. Walter Fiester. 4th row — Kenneth Ner.at. Warren Xewlin. Joseph Hummel. Hai-old Tr.-ilt. Kaymoial Krickson. Michael Ma.ikrzak. Killed Swanson. Absent — Alex .M.-ilcwka. Gerald Croschaille. Loren . n(lersi}n. Glnssntnle .w ncTriM ' ] ' . iiK ( ' iiii iiii liiM ' ss wild tlii ' M ' i-li;iriniiiL; ' lialiii ' s ;irp. ' Wlicii . nii i;i ( ' i:|) turn Ici |i:ii;i ' l(i and linil nnt wlin irv ai ' c. 40 Qlassmate - CTE VI [Fi T S C-b C-b c R.ick 1()W Roland Carlson (President), Lortn Hulsizer (Vice President), liMii.tM Mm- :; . i -■! i ■( ..m ;it Arms). Orto t M-Ichoir. Ir.. Paul Bastien. Harold Anderson. Jr.. Al ZullnL-r, Ou tav Vi_-ftluilin (Serjeant at Arms), Clarence Hultnian. Front Row: Dolores Kreis. Miss Springsteen (Sponsor), I)i ruth IInrnuiiR, Maril n Coiey (Treasurer), Dorothy Fhiuni. Virginia Allyreyer (Secretary). M yrtlc Ann ( ui ey. Joanne Flotline. Alistnt: Jiivce Tlioune, Marilyn Rehms. STUDENT CorXCII. Sti ' pliriisoii Ili ' li S-li(Mil ilors not lun ' r ;i liii;lily oi ' iiiiiiizt ' d svstcni nf student li ' ovenmit ' nt, but stinliMits do liikr ;iii iirtivr |iart in |iriiin(iti(in iiiid coiitnil of school aff.iirs. Eiirh yi ' ar wlirii other officrrs arc cho: cii, each Home Kooin ph ' ct ! rpprcseiitativcs to the stiuh ' nt council. Tli ' s l:i-ou|i. uii(h ' r sponsorship of th( ])riiiciiia!, meets one p i ' iod every two wccl s. Al tirs lime niemhers may in- troduce any tojiic for consideration l)y tlie council, ;nid, repoi ' ts of some ai ' O iriveu to each Home Room foi ' final dedsion. Thus democratii- i)articipatioi! is insured. Activities ])romoted liy the coun(dl in(dudi ' the annual ma ' azine cani- ))aijj ' n, registration of pn]nls foi ' (dierrio Imses, sales of school emldcms, sweatei ' s, and jiictures, secui ' iuL; ' chaperone- for teen a ' jc gatherings and pur(diase of iuicro))hone and loud sjieaker foi- the gym. 41 (pjlassmate T(i|i row (loft t(i rinlitt — I.cyilcn Tliorin ' . i;vcrcti i.:irsciii. Leslie Xcwlip. Ki ' iiiii ' th Ki;intz. I.iircii Hulsizcr. Ki ' iiiU ' lli Ilcicli. Xoiiicrt AlidiTsiiii. I!(j||(iiii row ( Icff t(i rif;lit l- Ciiml Kr,-iiit .. (;l;iil.vs I ' .i-dlM ' i-g. Kilitli r r:niil- iier. June S.iiid.ilil, Sliiili ' v HMidiii. I ' .ftty P.r.ixlor. Absent — (Jenevicve Tiiklef, l.ois Nelson. Joyce I ' .mkliind. Ted Ilaiske, (leor i.i KoluTts. IMIOTOCKAI ' IIV Cl.ri! A )ie v |iliiit(it;ra|iliy i-las was adiliMl ti the scIkkiI ciu-fii-iiluiii lliis yeai-. Tlie vlass lias met evei-y day under tlie supervision of (lerald Martin. A new eainera and ei|ui])nient was liouulit for the class. The einii])ineiit cost ahoiit $ ' _ ' ()().()() and the cost was defi ' ayed liy pli(ito ;i-ai)liy cla s with assist- ance of other school dei)artments. The e(|iiipineiit ami photojiraphy service is available to any a ieiiey in the coiiimunitw .Mciiihers of the cinli were: (iladys Hrolier ' — President Carol Kraiitz — Treastirei- Genevieve Ticklei ' Retty Bra.xler .loan Sandahl Lois Nelson (ieoi ' i ia Roberts Kditli Kraiidiier Joyce Buikhiiid Leydeii Thoi-pe Ted Hai-ske l.oren Ilnlsizer Xorbert Anderson Kelinelli I ' .eacli Kenneth Krant . {..eslie Xewlin 42 Glcissmate- Top Row : Miss Fi iiii. Il i met du iaUuii t Uiu i ,ii hu ), Theima Horvatii (T pist) Joyce Burkluml, Dolores Freis (Reiiorter), Evelyn Huhbard (Class News), Esther Maki (Persnnals) Eva Mae Sands (Personals). Secnnd Row: loyce Johnson (Tyi)ist). Dolores Herson (Typist) Shirlee Hardin (Reporter), Georgia Roberts ( Editor), (iladys IJroherK ( Pictorial Dept.), Martha Rasmussen (Class News). Bottom Rovv: lien Cappaert (Business Manager), Donald Sandin. Ahient: Glenn Hansen (Assistant Editor!, Paul Peterson (Athletic Dept.), Carol Krantz (Pictorial Dt-|it.), P.Llte Aon P.cntte (Rcportt-r). Xnmia Myers (Reporter). SIIAVIXOS STAFF AiMitlii ' i ' (if the MMiiiii- activitii ' s is tlir scIkkiI inipcr, " ' Sli;i viiigs " . News is refeivcd I ' l-diii tlie cliftVreiit g ' l ' iules, also special scIkhiI events are piililislied in this paper. The ismes are sold every six weeks. We wish tn thank tlio .Tonninl Oflfiei for |)uhlishiiis ' and making- it possible f(]r us to have a selio il pajiei-. 43 Glassmate Toj) row (L to R): N.irhert Anderson. Roger Rye, Leyd.-n Tlnnpc, I ' rrs.. Roger niorpe, DoiiaUl Sandii Sponsor. Botaom Row: Lavoiine Curtice. Pearl Anderson. Doris Newlin, Treasurer, Eleanor Cunn. TesRv INipi Secretary. Dfiris Oleson. f ' arol Backnian. Absent : George Peterson, Paul Sandin. TIIK CIIUISTIAX CO ri ' AXloXSIin CMT. Tlic 111(1 1 iiiciiiis|iic(iii- IjuI |irisli;ilily tlir must iiitri ' i st iiii: ' cir ' jiiii .atiiiii in Rt( ' ]ili( ' iis(iii lli -li Scii.;!il is the t ' liristiiUi ( ' (iiii| aiiiiiiislii|i ( ' lull. This i-liili lii ' i;-an in 1il4r) under the leadei ' ship (if Myrtle Siiiilh. The present leader is Ddiiald Sandin. ' I ' lic cnrdllnicnt of the eliili is twenty. DiiriiiL; the year we have iiiviled spcrial s|ieakei-s to onr (ipeii meet inu ' s ; ministers frdin tlie xar ' dii ' - clMii ' i-hes. and mi sicnaries Innne im leave from fdrei n fields. Vc ha ' e also had the iipporl unity nf seeini; ' films df foreiiili lands. in view (if the fad that many id ' the clnli mi nilicrs wdl lie ' . i-adnat ini; tliis sprinu ' . we sineendy hupc that the rinli will urnw and lir-umr lieltei ' kiiiu n in till ' Stephensun rnmninnlty . 44 (Slassmate- 4:1 (Slcissmate ' SENIOR ( ' Ai:XI ' - L As I eiitiTcd the S.II.S. (lyiii Tuesday evt ' uiiiii ' , Xovciiilici- iL ' , tlir first, Senior I met was (lladys IJi-ohcru ' , who was scliiiif; ' cliaiices on a door prize, wiiicli was a hlaidcct. 1 thoiii;h1 I ini lit be Inclcy so I i)ou ' ht some, but it was later aiuiounred (Inriiii: ' the t ' biiir show thai Mrs. llai ' ry .Joliiiscni was the winner. The ciieck I ' lioiii was undei- the dii-ei ' tion of Doris Mae Oleson and Doris Newlin, wh(i I (houtiiit did a vei-y efficient .job. .lust inside the -ym was a table whei ' e all tiekets for fi ' ames, ( t ' . wei ' e sold. I noticed Elzena Leaniia and Doliu ' es Freis were kept cpiite busy takinu ' in money. Tiiniinsi ' away fi ' om purchasing; ' tickets. 1 iidticed some of the formci- Stei lienson Eait ' les. tryini; ' their skill at makinj: ' baskets. As 1 had a very weak heart. I decided ai;ainst I ' nteriuii- the House of Ildi ' riM ' s. I did notice, howe ci-. some ]iali ' -faccd specimens that had ii ' one thi ' oUiih. Just who was Isaliel? IJy this time I was liettini; ' kind of huniJi ' y so I decided to u ' et something ' to eat. Shirley Ball. Joyce Shei)hci ' (l, and Joyce Iturklnnd wen ' in char ' e and they served me a very delicious lunch. I notieed two ;irls standini; by a tent, who bioked ' ' ry much like gypsies — the g ' irls were Bette Ann I ' ecoite and Joyce Foley. N irma ; lyers was Ihe fortune tcllci ' . The ; ' irls did a ji ' ood job of tidlini; ' foi-tunes. Doris Duca was in the telei;:ram booth and many people received telegram.s but the most popuhir person was IVIiss Flynn. r noticed (lenevieve Tickler standin,i;- ni ' ar a " Wishini; ' Well " and a Ioiil; ' line of youuii ' er children who were fishing ' in the well and when they pulle:l llic line out a gift was attached. The Marriage Bureau was (|nite jxipular with the high school students. Hose Lenca. (ieoruia I{oi)erts, Joe Fraid, and William Anderson were in charge if it. Several times dui-ing the evening, tliere -ivas a eake walk. ! Ir. and Irs. " I ' ud " Brown and Lloyd TIniune were among the fortunate peo]ile io win Ihe cakes. A dai ' t c ' ame was prn idcd foi- thosi ' wlio wanteil to try their skill. This was under the direction of Jami ' s and i ' hnil Laskot. A lu ' w addition to the Carnival this year was a p ip corn stand. TjUclla P erg and Virginia B( rger wei-e kept busy. Each year candidates foi ' King and ( ucen ai ' c cho-cn from grades 9-12. The candidates this ycai ' wci ' c Hth, 15ai ' bai ' a I ' sbrook ;ind Eugene Jones; 10th, Myrtle Ann Coi-cy and l.orcn llulsizer; llfh, Auilrcy Blau ;ind Frank Huehel; l " 2tli. ' irginia ' onaitis and (denn Hanson. Peg Poi c was in chai-tie of the contest. EleancM ' Wachtcr was in chai ' ge of the o elty stand and it was po|mlar with everyone that niLi ' ht It iii ' -hided hats, pins, feathers, noi e makers, dolls, canes, etc. There was also the Bingo stainl which was the stand where all adidts like to be. Many be;mtifu] prizes were uiven. 4!) Qlasswiate- At ten o ' cloi ' k tliei-c was a floor sIkiw uiuler the direction of Caryl Hul- sizer and Don Sandin. There was a hand, made up of Senior hoys, whii ' li played " Tlie Beer Barrel Polka. " Then, the Senior eandidates, Virgina Yonaitis and Glenn Hanson were erowned Kiny and ( ueen of the Senior Carnival of 1946. The Das ' jrett Trio, Manette Nordin, Loi-raine Kevall, and Genevieve Tickler sang " Let the Rest of the World Go By. " The door prize, a hlanket, was awarded to Mrs. Harry Johnson. Henry Mottard san - " The Girl That I Marry. " Marie I ' feitt ' was the winner of the turkey which was raffled otf. The Educated Horse concluded the floor show. The Seniors li( lieve the CaiMiivMl was a (Treat success and take tliis op- |)oi ' tnnity to thank all wlm licljieil In make it a success. ]IA K Vor GUESSED (?) 1. Doris .Xewlin 2. Georgia Roberts :l. Coonie and Babe Coi-ey 4. Po|)e twins . " ). Shirlee Hardin (I. Diiotr Mclchoii- and Kenny Krantz 7. P eriiice (4usfafson 8. Doris Oleson D. Eijrhth ;rade otficers 10. (iladys Brohero- n, Evelyn Hubbard ll!. Elzena Leanna pj. Rose Lenca. 14. Joyce Johnson P " ). Louella Berjx 1(1. Wallace boys 17. Dorotliv Siiiitli and Cai-ol Krantz. HE NEEDS IT " Eat your s|iinacli I ' hild. Don ' t -ou know it jiuts firm, white teeth in your mouth ' . ' " ' " Tlien feed it to Gramlpa. " ' 47 Glossmate 1. Jiiy. ' e is si ' xciiti ' cii. •_ ' . lli-h piickrt ' ! 3. ISi ' I ' l; ' .111(1 IJiMLicr. 4. .S.niks ' Ml I ' like ! . " ). " 15l()s ' ()in Time " (i. (ii-iipxome two-some. 7. Fill- iii.iny Ioiil; ' years — 8. Flaj;- pole sitters II. Doriifliy was there 1(1. Tiie ' , ' " j: Fivi ' . 11. Ml-. I ' icsidcliI 12. Coach ] ' ■]. lihinde and l niiiette 14. .Mntt and Jeff 1. " ). Fill ' ei- u]) ! 1(). " Swedrs " 48 Glassmate JUWIOR PROM Oil Wpdnesdiiy eveiiiiij, ' , Mmv 14tli the .hiii ' mi ' cliiss held tlu ii ' annual •Tuiiiiii--Scni(ir I ' loni. The tlieme for this affair was an old-fashioned flower jrai-den. With an arcli way of lar ' e eoKinial i)illars enturned with flowers. A stone wail enclosed the many daneeis. Tlie rirls " beautiful pastel powns seemed to hleiid in witli tile Howt-rs. At l()::i() tlie President of the Junior Class, Norbert Poupore and tlie rirl he chose. Rose Lenca were crowned Kiuj? and (. ueen. Carol Olive and Jimmy (iardiner cari-ied the crowns on white satin pillows. Behind them came the court of Ikjiioi-. . fter the coronation the Kint; and Queen led the (Traiul Marcli which every one joined in. The music for this lovely affair was by Xormaii Kartheiser. The committee that helped make tlii.s J ' rom a success were: Cliaii ' iiian, Fiaiik Beaudoin, Donald Thiclkc Bettv J(]|iiison. Ilncbel; , ii(ircy Bhiu. Lorraine Phillips, Rita llcniian Scliiiettc, Helen Schmidt. Barbara Sanford, A very yood time was had by all, and tlie prom was a yreat success. 4!) (Blassmate GOLD STAli SKI;V1( ' I-:ME. " Tlic Cliiss of ' 47 wiiiit tci pay li ' iliutr to those 10 ' old stars on onr sc.-liool service fla ; ' . The i uhl star servic-eineii are as follows: Doiialil Itartfis Stephenson, Micliijjan Donald is the son of Ii ' s. Henry Biirtels of Cliicafid. ami the late Henry P.artels. He had aci| iirecl the rank of Private in the I ' liited States Army Paratrooi ers. He si)ent 2r months in serviee and he graduated in ID. ' Is from Stephenson Hish School. Ellsworth Johnson Naileaii, Miihigan He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl .Johnson of Xadean, Michijjan. He enlisted and had s|)ent thirty months in the I ' nited States Army Air Coriis. and had the rank of Staff Serjeant. He f;radnated in I ' .l-H from Steplienscai Hifjh School Earl Bonville Cediir River, Michigan Earl is the son of Mr. aiul Mrs. Emery .T. P.onville of Cedar River. .Mi(hii;an. He was a V ys Lieu- tenant in the Army Air Corps. He was in service for 4 » months. He .i;radnated from Stejihenson High School in T.I.HS. George V. Hood Stephenson, Alichigan He is the son of Mr. ,ind Mrs. Prank J. Hood of Stephenson. Mich- igan and he was a Sergeant in the I ' nited States Army Infantry. He liad spent . " S months in service. He iiradnated in ]!U(I from Stephenson High Si-hool. Curtis Hendricksen Stephenson, Michigan He is the son of .Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hendricksen of Stephenson. Miihiyan. lie was a Se geant in the Inited States Army. He had siient 27 months in service. Curtis gradnated from Stephenson High School in 10;!!l. John Thomas Stephenson. Michigan John is the son of .Mr. ;ind Mrs. .John Thomas of Ste]ilienson. .Mich- igan. He was in tlie Cnited States Xav.v for HP months. He gradn.ited in V.VM from Stephenson High School. Alhert Dorinski Carney, .Michigan Albert is the son of Mr. and Jlrs. Peter Dorinski of Carney. Jliihi- gan. He was a Private First Class in the I ' nited States .Vrmy Infantr.v. He si ent 2. " ) months in .service. He gradii.iled in 1!)42 from Stephenson High School. Clifford S. Lillyroot Stephenson, Michigan He is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Lillyroot. He served as a Private in the .S. " )th Infantry of the I ' nited St.ites .Vrmy. He had served months. He g-radnated from Stephenson High School in l ' . 23. We were nnahle mation ahont the Star Servicemen : to ohlain infor- following Cold Robert Tetro. who gradnated from Stephenson High School in 102S. and H.-imld Delsiix-e who was a teacher here in l ' .)41-42. 50 (Slasswiate-- ' A; . , ' 1 o r (o ffii ' w HB B B J l S I ' iisi row — (left to i-i ;ht) — Rita Heiiurtoin. Elizabeth Paul. Marie F ' oley. Phyllis Marshall, .lo.in Kline. Hetty lieaiuloiii. Anna Krol. Sally Lewandowski. Irene Cliatlosh. Second row — Luella Hers. Dorothy KakuU. Margaret I,a ' ouil , Eleanor Waehter. Dorothy Flanni. Arlene Herder. Alice AsfJen. Evelyn Watz. Jo.vce Hiirklund, Bernioe (instafson. Third row — Evelyn Henson, Cladys liroliers. Lorraine Xelson, Evel.vn Wangerin, Myrtle Ann ( " orey. JIuriel Core.v, I ' at I ' ojie. Itetty Xelson. Fourth How — Audrey P.lau. Carol Krantz. I ' .arliara Sanford. Peg Pope, Shirley Ball, Joyce Sheperd. Absent — Frances Ad.inis. .M.iriou Cliossek. Marilyn Hehni. Margie Sakovitz. (iirls ' Glee I ' lul) ( The (iirls ' Glee Clul), a three part iii-dn)), aiipeared in ' ' Tlie Fore.st Prince, ' " a.s well as in " Hansel and (iretel " vviiich was prodnced last year. The j;ii ' ]s ' jilee club has anntially a])peared in a Sin-iiifr Concert and at PTA meetings. We now have a new nmsical tniit, the A eapella choir of 52 voiees. This trronp sin rs sai-red music. The " girls ' trio, consisting of Ai;drey Rlau, Rita Beaudoin, and Bernice Gustafson, sing popular songs. They iiave appeared on many community jirograms as well as at school fiuietions. 51 (Blassmate ? f?l : T(i|) luiw. Irll In riyiil l iiL;ri ' riimiif, (iiisla W ' rl I li llliri. KeiHU ' tll KrillltZ, Eiiiiviic Tflxi. (ieoriic Kosti ' li-c, William Hormui . Stcwjirt LeBeau. Henry Mottard. Sec-oiid Row — Miss liiirkliiiiii, l lii!i|i ( ' arriili. Al Zulliirr, Wayne Ki ' uetrer, Raymond Piatt. Clarence (iidlof. Orton .Meldioir. Calvin Photenlianer. Absent — Fraiieis Rahitoy, Herman Sehuette, Paul Sandin, Don Sandin. BOYS ' GLEE CLT ' B The hoys lee eluh is a new unit within our music department tliis year. This ' .ii-oui) appeared in " The Forest Prince, " " an operetta, as a two part men ' s chorus. BAND The Senioi- Band is an orgjanized (n ' onp. functioiiinii well with the following: officers: President — Gustav Wetthuhn. Vice President — Joyce Burkluiid. Treasurer — Bernice (Tustafson. The hand functions as a marchin«i- unit as well aj a concert hand. Per t ' ormances im-lude S])rin r concert, athletic events, and student assemhlies Duriufi- the jiast two school years, the hand has estalilished a hand unifoi-in fund throu ;h pop corn sales, school dances, and proceeds of o|)eretta produc- tions. A small section of our hand has been orjianized into " The Swedish Five. " The nu ' inhers are Kojrei- Tlior])e. Tuha ; (iladys Bi-(]her r. Trombone; Joyce P.nilslund. Cornet; Leyilen Thorpe and Bernice (iustafson. Clarinet. In coiiibininj; ' work and |)lay. ni ht reheai ' sals are jiroceeded with buffet sup])ers. An annual band party is in the schedule and the pleasure of enter- taininu; the operetta cast has been included in functions of the band. 52 Glcissnmte 53 Glassmate t i ' I ' lic Stcplit ' iisdii K;ii;li ' I ' odtliall s |ii;ul ciT llir ■4 l- ' 47 scasmi was small ami inexperienced. Therefore, we wounil ii|) a no-win. S-lcjss season. In tli. ' first five li ' anies we were unable to score but in the sixtli i;ainc with (ilailstonc we scoi ' ed 13 i)oints ajiainst one of tlie best teams in the I ' lipci- I ' eniiisula. ' I ' lic season was as follows: Alanisti(|ue VI — Steplicnsim 0. l esliti id 1!) — .Stei)lii ' iisoii 0, Xia;iara 7 — Steplu-nson (I. .Munisiufi ' 12 — Ste])benson 0. Hancock 19 — Stepliensou 0. (iladstoue 2(i — 8tei)liensoii 11!. St. doe 13 — Stephenson (i. liourdes 13 — Stephenson 0. Eiyht of the s(|uad ai ' c firaduatini: this ye;ir. I U(4(i- " -17 1 . They are as follows: liill dohnson. (deiin Hanson, Don Sandin. doe Cappaert, (iordon lj(dlov, lien Cappaei ' t. Duane Philipps, dim Lilsier. We. the above seniors hope the next season will be more successful aiifl we also, woldd like to see a bit: ' turn-out for the scpiad. llcst of luck from th " graduates. rid Glassmate- s s 5 ti-p-j: £ £ -S S - - s w P •? ' 2 =- ? £ - «■= s o S3 ,L. S -r. -K r -ii c " 5 -S ' - ' 5 m P .S « w H cc o it ■ : ' a -S r p Q o o i P- 5 r - 5 i ra I ,y S ;- . " W W - - _ . 2 ' ■- ' -t " -t; re ' .= s S C - S g -50 3 5 £ IS ■§ O 3 o f-i -t: C •n E 5- ' .73 Q O 02 ij 55! CO o; o CPhOh -Glassmate Wlii ' ii li;iskrtli;ill prai-tice was annoiinci ' il a s(|iia(l of aljinit :!() Imys lurncd (int. Tlic season was snrccssfiil with tlu ' Kaulrs winniiiL;- S and losiiii:- 8. Fdllowitit! ' is a report of the season ' s wins and losses. Herniansville .Vl — Stephenson 40. Marinette . " i — .Ste])hen.son 88. Powers 40 — Stejiheiisoii 55. Ldiirdes 1 0 — Steplieiison 28. Menominee 35 — Stephenson 20. St. .loe 27 — Stephenson 34. Marinette 40 — Stephenson 111. Peslitifro 87 — Stephenson 42. Glad.stoiip 41 — Stephenson 54. Peshtipro 33 — Stephenson 30. St. Joe 51 — Stephenson 39. I.onrdes 33 — Ste])lienson 2! ' . (iwinn 50 — Stephenson 29. Ilerniansville 42 — Stei)henson 50. Powers 49 — Steplienson 58. A ' uh ' an 3:! — Steplienson 45. Tlie three to|) seorers were Peterson, Thielke, and Sandin. The Eaules were eliminated in their first liame of the tournament liy liowliny- to (lladstone 37-31. The tonrnaniriit was held at Norway, Miehi an. The ii ' radual ini;- seniors are — Don Sandin, (Uenn Hanson, Joe Cappaert. P ill Johnson. 5(i (Sicissmate-- ¥■ X — r it 5 i if HZ ;j Cynssniilie 58 CynssDhiie- ClIEEKLEADERS Ti)|i l ii v I left til liirlit i Sulist i1 iitcs : l.duisi ' .loluisoii. |j(irctt:i Jdlnison, -Tiiiiiiiii ' Ihill, ' ii-L:iiii;i All ' jcycr. Bottom Ivow (left to riiilit ) Hi ' i:iil;ii-s : Aljincttc Noi ' din, Eiiticnp Te))0, Allili ' i ' N " r l;ni. Liirrninc I!t ' V;ill. 59 Gliissmate Wf are very hajipy o iiichiilc in oiii ' 1!I47 issue (if flu ' " ( ' lassinatt ' " a ])i( ' ture of tliis jrr iu|) of 1!!] " ) Wtei)lieuson Ili li School students. Vc liold it in liiS ' li contrast with oui- hiyli school of today and also with the still larjicr school that is to come. I ' niiil row I reading left to riKlit I — Wilfred .loliiison. Frank Ti kler. Allan HloiiKHiUt. ( ' .iiiiillc I.ieiina. Wanl SchafiT. .Vlbi ' it Winter. HarvHV I.ill.vroot. Zada I ' latl. Itcjiotli.v Iloiili ' , Lillian Fcllion. Lonlse Sabotta. Second row — Martha Kslirook. M.vrlle Sandher , . leliiia SI. I ' clei-. .loscjih Sanl ' ord. Edwin liiikali.v. Kraniis Coltinrn. Third row — Sunt. It. A. Harris. Henry Hendrickson. Anil:i I.olh, Iriiia r.rnennniM-. Nellie Dean. M.vrlle .Neville. Mildred . ninndsi ' n. Kdna Walclur. i)|y.i .lohnson. Lainou.s Johnson Mack Wahher. (leorye Iteiiniloin. Walter NorFii. Fourth r(»w — Eleanor Hall. .Tosephine (iardiner. Esther Houcher. Mahle Lill.vroot. .Madge Ile.in. Clara Fcllion l)eli;i Iteaudoin. Elizaheth Thone.v. Helen Cillespie, . ufrusta Itadlofl ' . Hazel lierystroni. . lida Anderson. .Mable Neuvillc. Hack row — U.-i.vniond .lohnson. Ita.vniond .Morgan. Walter Winlrr. I ' loyd l.inni:ia, Wahlon Houcher. t ' larenie l.ienna. Howard Landree, Caraion I ' .rown. .lohn Siiwall. Fred 15:ir- tels. Edward lieaudoin. Wesley I ' .erjrvall. Earl l.anthier. 60 (3Iassmate= 17. Mi.ss Melelioir takes a bow 25. Toots 18. When Irish eyes are smiling 26. Blondie 19. Johnnie 27. Goino ' my way? 20. " Star Crazy " 28. Cousins? 21. Girl Crazv 29. Rosie 22. Duffv. 30. Junior Miss 23. Dark Eve 31. The Secretary 24. Triumvirate. 32. In the Shade of the Old SHS 61 Qlassmate HER EMERCJEXCV IH ' SBAND ( ' ;ist of Characters: Nicky Nntt Roland Carlson Arleiie Nutt Evelyn Huhliard Dnrothy Ddlsdii Esther Mal:i Hill Jones Charles Renner Aunt Jubilee Geor ' ia Roberts p]lberta I ' each Pe rjry Pope Wilmer Sneed Donald Kosewski Audrey llardwick Carol Krantz Tlii-am llardwick Ben Cappaert Mrs. Jarhoe Eva Mae Hands Aunt Hazel Nutt Gladvs Broberu: The Wild Man Doriald Sandin Director Miss Elizabeth Spoor 62 Qlassmate- OPERETTA " THE KOHEST PRINCE " ACT I — Sinisit (tnij ri ' riiini . flu Cossni ' hs Ciiiiip — Tiitijiiiii. :i ]ii ' i)ice-is of Ru sia. is lieUl for ransom by tlie ( " os-ia ' ks. Al- t|i(i ii;li Dmitri, prince of Russia, and her fiance is Li ' eneral of Tsar Mii liail " s army, he is too cowardly either to rescue Tatiana oi ' defend linssia auainst invadinii ' Tarters. ACT II — 77 ( ' fh r iiii-ri (iiii. thi Tsur ' s piilarc in Russia ' a hiv. tl hief of the Cossacks u-oes to the Tsar ' s coni ' t to ii ' et the ransom, lie finds himself athnirint: ' the Tsar and offers tlie iielp of the Cossack forces a ' ainst their connnon enemy, the Tarters. .1C7 ' — The Cofisdcks Camp The Tai ' tei ' s are lieateii and the victiu ' ions peo])h ' pltMl e jieace. Events show that ' a ln ■ is the son of Tsar Mikiiail hint; ' au ' o eaiitured liy the Cossacks. Since he is of i-oyal hhiod Taliana who has fallen in love with him. may marry him. CAST Tatiana Rita Mae Beaiidoin Soiua Myrtle Ann Corey Vaslav Donald Sandin Tvan Francis Rabitoy Tatiana ' h Lady in Waiting ' Marf ie Sakovitz llytch Engene Tebo Mother V ' anya Margaret LaComb Tsar Mikhail George Kostelee Prince Dmitri Kenneth Krantz Jester Francis Rabitoy Messenger Wayne Krneger (Blasswiate Cossark men and liirls, Hussian siilil ' i-rs. rdiii ' tiiTS, ami latlii ' s (if the Court: Carol Krantz, Audrey lilau, Muriel Corey. Barbara Sanford, Luella Berji ' , Pat Pope, Dorothy Kaknk. Dornthy Flauiii, Marji ' ie Sakovit .. Knsena I?asmns- seii, Parbara E hrook, -loyce Sl:e|)liei ' (l. Pey -y Pope, Anna Kr:il, Lorraine Nelson, .Shirley Ball. Joan Kline, Jeanette (irnenstern. .Joyee Burklund. Bernieo (iustafson, Eleaiioi- Waehter, (Jlad.vs Broherti-. Paul Saiuliii, Stewart LeBeaii, Clai-eiice (iidlof. Henry Mottar l. Rouer Thorpe, i ' liili]) Carroll. Eu-rene Tebo. Al Zulliun-, Wa.vne Krnej;ei-, Calvin Photenhauer, William Ilornunji-, Kenneth Krantz. Staji ' e Mauaji ' er Leydeii Thorp ' - Assistant Aeeompanist Marion Chossek The Ojieretta " The Forest Prinee " was li ' iven in Deeeniliei- af ' er mueh work on the part of those jiartakini!-. It was very beautiful. The eostunies were rented and much time was spent on the li ' .ili1 inu ' . Vi ' feel it is an aeeompli h- ment for a sehool our size. .TT ' XIOR PLAY ' •THE LUCKY ACCIDENT " Caxt: Mrs. Ilumbird Hunter, who eolleets souvenirs Stella Johnsnu Ilumliird Ilnnter. her husliand. wiut ean ' t eoUeet an.vthint;- Wayne Kayser Fern Ihiiiter. their dauii ' liter, who is aeeused of eoUeetinii ' everythini;- Julia Zielonka Honey Hunter, their yo uiuer daughter, who eolleets secrets __Barbara Sanford Amelda. Ames, housemaid, who cannot collect her salary Marion Chossek Nella Lawson, who collects magazine coupons Rita Beaudoin Grace Pike, who collects evideiu-e Loi-raine Phillips Lotta Novel ' s, a society mati ' on liett.v Johnson Leslie Noyers, who collects bumps Ted Ilalvorsen Homer Miginniss, a wealth.v busine-s man Kenneth St. Pierre Walton Kinix, an egotistical .voiuig man Donald Thielke Leslie No.vers is in love witli Pern Hunter and is anxious to marry her. Fern favors his suit, but Mrs. Hunter, her mother, claiuLs that Leslie is much too stupid to nuii ' ry into the Hunter family. So when Walton Kno.x, a former resident of the town they live in. retni-ns home and Mrs. ILuiter gives a party in Walton ' s honor, it happens that Walton, too, is enamored of Fern. Then Leslie No.vers meets with a liead in.jury and starts using words that confound his hearers. When the bandage is removed, it is discovered that the bumps that everyone thought was resjionsible for his newly acquired brilliance had healed and the accident that he sutfei-ed was in reality a lucky one. To show that the effects are permanent, he p i1s over a smai-t business coup and becomes one of the town ' s most entci-prising business men. The jda.v was a great success. G4 Glassmafe- SERVICK WITH A SMILE A youns ' matron stalled her car at a traffic li ' ht one day. She stamped nil the starter, tried aizain. and choked her en rine. Behind her an impatient Miolorist honked iiis horn steadily. Finally she ji ' " t out and walked back to liis car. " I ' m awfully sorry, hut T don ' t seem to be able to start m,v car, " she told the driver phvisaiitiy. " If you ' ll L;n u|i there and start it for me. I ' ll stay here and lean on tlie horn. " SALE PROOF Bette Ann: But, doctor, I ' m ijettinf;- all the exercise I need. Dr. Heidenreich: " Well, there ' s no indication of it. " Bette: " lint you only hiokcd at my tonuuc. Now look at the soles of mv shoes. Coach : A fool can ask more (|uestions tlum a wise man can answer. Oa : No wonder 1 just fluiikccl that exam. Miss LcClcrc: The ciiw went into the ])asture. What mood? Kvchn llulihiiril : ' I ' lic ' ow. Minnie (after Christmas -acation ) : How do you like my new iierfume? It ' s " K -eiiint;- in I ' aris. " luiland : It smells more like " Moriiiiu; ' in Cheniistrv. " Miss Spoiir: What arc the two kinds of lieiiiii ' s. ' If it isn ' t human, what is it? .Tacohsiin : Ilirscli. NOT THAT THIRSTY AVaiter: And what will you liave to drink. ' Norma : (iiufier Ale. Waiter: Pale. ' Norma: Oh. ji-oodness no; just a lila.ss. THEY ' RE FFNNY THAT WAY A school advertised: " Sluirt cmtrse in aceountiup; for women. " Next day a note reached the scliiHirs pi-esident. It read: " Thei-e is , 0 account for women. ' ' WATER! WATER! Pat: " Sonic people thirst after fame, some aftei- kiio vled,i: ' c. and some after money. " Pes ' : " I know sometliiic.: ' they all thirst after. " Pat: " What ' s that. ' " Pei:-: " Salti ' d Peanuts. " TASTY MORSEL Mother: " Now Junior, be a u ' ood boy and say ' ah-h-h ' . so the doctor ean jret his finsi ' er out of your mouth. " 65 (Classmate (Slassmate- RIDGE MOTOR SUPPLY CO. . ' 1 IS Ihill Avenue rinnie : lariiiette 17(1(14 Marinette Stephenson Marketing Association It I ' hdsis r.v ill I ' Icdsc You Owned and (.)perated by Its I ' atrnns Stepliensiiii. Xadeaii, Bark River AViseonsin Steplienson ] [ielii ' Taii Compliments to i C Ci Palestine IS DAGGHTT MF.RCAXTILI and Store General ilereiiandise K(nite X(i. 1 Phone 141-F:5 Das-o-ett Michigan Stepliensnu Miehiffan (Blassmate Best Wishes Modern DISHNEAIJ ' S Machinery Sales Service Station Moliildil 1 Will lliii ins Gasoline Goodycai- Tires and m H FERGUSON ' SYSTEM H ■Willard Batteries S(c|)liiMis()n Iii-liit;-an Sleplieiisiiii liclliLl ' ail - ' l Your Diploma is Miurc (llllll :l liicl ' c IKIIclllllcllt. II is till ' ki ' y t(i yriiii- fiiluri ' :is well as a liail T nf iii ' i-it Icstifyiiii; lo loilK li.-ii ' d yrais of CiiiiseieiitioUS sl i ly ami ilcvnlicii Ici duty. Vr roniplliiical cxci ' X ' (iiic cif ynii Willi llii ' liiipc lliat llii ' iMiiniim years will liriii;; aiiiiili ' ri ' waids. CJassmate- (BompUinents of S. PETIiRSON ( nd HHIDHXRICH nHuui ' tt ©es Wishes Friiin HIk ' k ' s mill I ' iiikip ' s RESTAURANT Tin ' Inn In ij,l Driicious Food Oil lli-hwav r.S.-41 Miciiiiiiiii I Stephenson Michigan ( ' oiiipliiiiriil.s of nh: Ai VM TOWN Home of Recreation HiMT and Wine Illicit I ' d) Tliiiiuir. Prop. Stephenson LOU ' S P(TrATO CHIPS Ahvays ( " risp Michigan stppiicns. Miehiffan (31 ass 111 cite - Coin i)ll)iit Ills of [ i L Inirliiiiff M H r ESCANABA MICHIGAN Yor WIIJ. ALWAYS He satisfied it ' Vdu pnrcluisi ' that sriT— ' ()AT— OR DRESS at tlie BKLL STORE Wciiriiiij (ijiimnl for tlir irhoJr Fitiiiil fi Best Wishes from LaComb ' s iill w K(ir that Well-Grooined Look ! [a ill tte WisiMiiisin Sf( ' |)lnMison MichiKan Glassmate- ( irdi-crics Tavrrii Meat Gms Gompliments of C mmM£ STRANDT fASIl STORF ' ' UNBRAL LAM I M(JKL |,j j j. ( ' arl)iiM(lalr M icIiiLiaii Ciisli I ' aiil ((ir Forist I ' rnil iicf ' FRANK II|-KI!E1., I ' l-np. I ' lldlli ' Mrllnlllilli ' c (18-F14 ( ' miipl mil Ills oj BELGIUMTOWN « Fiifidiy CLAUEXCE PEEKKY. I ' m]) riidiie H;i-F:! I tcpllfiisoii I ' lidiR ' 4IJ-F4 Dau-wtt Michiuaii l!ar-li-() Fri ' iii-h Fri( Liinclii ' : P„ix Caiidv lldiiictiuule Pie.s Ice ( ' rcaiii lic ' liic ' nii Sti ' |ihensmi Specialties I Iii ' hi ;an Qlassmate- VOELKER 1 ) I . .MON ' DS WATCHES SERVICE STATION EUGENE WITTAU MERT VUEl.KEK. Pn.i ; Jeweler Dasfiett . Mich ligan 1(111 Main St. Marinette. Wis. DELTA HARDWARE - CO. General Hardware C 1 feci Sporting Goods ESCANABA MICHIGAN Glassmate- (Sovnplinients of REX CAFH Light Wine Beer Stephenson Michigan Typewriters Adding Machines Sold and Serviced OFFICB SF.RVICH CO. Escanaba Michigan For Your Plumbing See esi Wishes C::: JOHN F. GARDIXHR Highway 41 I.e. PENNY CO. Inc. Phone 569 Stephenson -:- Michigan Marinette ■:- Wisconsin CVnssmate- rr iiiiKi ' ii Madiiiii C ' lii-N ' Irr-l ' hinoiitli Sjilcs iiiid Si ' i- ii-( ' s Tiitt ' i ' iiaticiutl Tnii-ks VOLMEH TIIOMSEX (i1.) Slii ' i-iil;iii R(i;i(l riMioiiiiiipp ] ric]iiS ' fin • ■ .. ' CiJiiiiiliini Ills o] f mills Stepliciisnii lii ' hiu ' iin After the Game STROHL for voiir jniii-lics ami iu4 ' rpsliinpnts StPi)lieiisim Mifhiijaii Glassmate- S iihncri])r for the Ml ' XOMIXEB I1I:KAL1) LBADHR Tlir (inly (l;iil |ui|ii ' |- in .MclKllllilH ' l ' ( ' dlllll V SeiA ' iccs yon ;ill llic locjil. national and forciiiii news WALTliR JOZAITIS Staiiilai ' d ( )il I ' roiliU ' ts ( lencral .Mri ' diandisc McMiiniincr Ki ' t ' riiicraloi ' s Plione Iciioniinci ' TAK] Michii;-an Cedar Kivci ' MiclM " -aii WINTER BROTHERS Radios Stove: ( " oal Kitrlien Siid .s Ai)pliances iStepliensoti • i Beer. I,i(|nor Wine, Mixed Drinks liehig ' an Ste])lienson Pop, lee Cream Mieliiiraii Glassmate- r ] Compliments of ROYAL CROW BOnilXG CO. lii)tthrs of T ' |)pcr 10. Oraiiiz ' e Ci-iisli Dr. Vl■lls and Xp]ii lieverag ' es C. L. Mi anson Dial - -liW Meiiiiiniiice lii-liiuau Loberger s STAXDARl) OIL STATION lSt(ni(lard Oil I ' ujducts, Oaxuiine, Oils, Auto I ' lirts, and Accessories TIRES AM) TUBES Till ' Oiio-stop Slinppinc ' Centei ' Horvath ' s Sincr Millie GROCERIES AND MEATS Phone 130 Das ' iett .Micliiti ' an Sti ' i]li ' nsiin ] Iirhi jran Qlassmate- Th, ( ' Kfvst SIkii- of Ihi iji tir P rdiii ils sti-e;iniliiic(l toe t(i its surprising imw-iii-l lic-biick, li ' s .ill v.. mil. ii ' s .■ill L;.-iict.v. O.A.HAASBCO. ] I;n ' iiit ' ttt Wi ciiiisin ©es Wishes DAGGETT lURBBR SHOP ( ' III stir (liiill I irski . 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SHOE SHOP Iittrniiil imiiil Uurrislir Duller c3 Parts. Serviee and Repairs - " i EAKL FOKCKTTE. Prop. iteplieiisdli Iielli 2 ' an Steplieiismi Micliig-au Qlassniate- T.LSON ELECTRIC Sales and Service " .Vo Jdh fan SiiKill or foil Ldrf c " Neon Siyiis Sak " and ServiL-e i;i»v (;. XELSOX l)a--vtt Iii-liii;aii W. IL FRE:IS ( ' li( ' riil( ' t Sales Servii ' T ' scd Cai-s I ' xiuiiiit and Soltl I ' limie IF-.il V. S. 41 Wallace. Michig-aii Best Wishes and Continued Success . - tothe Class of 1947 .Manjuette Miehitian (Slassmate ( ' nmestil)les. Ilanlwnve Iim ' ei iiiiil Ii iniiit ' f Kivpi- Ship C ' liiiiidlpr m m -at- Xathan Michigan Qonipluneiits of BARNEY ' S ROCI:RY AND LOCKBRS Tn-a ] Iieliiu ' an V ;j : " WeVe In The Aodiena)™ helping applaud! Graduation at Stephenson High School calls for our heartiest congratulations. As an organiza- tion that has been privileged to know so mai. y of you so well — and your parents and grandparents, too — we can ' t help but feel a glow of pride in your graduation — and to feel that we are well enough acquainted to add our own personal good wishes to each and everyone of you. As one of the most progressive communitie»i in Upper Michigan, Stephenson is the home of pro- gressive people — as the years go by, more and more of the responsibilities, the decisions, that will make or break your community, your state, your nation, will rest on your shoulders. So, we say to you all — " good vision, good luck, and may you have Divine Guidance in your first steps in your adult life. MARINETTE, WISCONSIN mji w i


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