Stephenson High School - Classmate Yearbook (Stephenson, MI)

 - Class of 1950

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1 90 Beeti Sai ture ' a e tljfysp jkho know that grek r thijlgs a e yet U coit e, and - , that they thimielve 1 Kel ' x ' This is an individual chal- lenge to each member of the Class , ( 1950. Wh t tonlorroM i brings y will depend on hov , eac)»( of you " ■- ineei this challen|[« . " ■-A T|ie offLcfvs and per nnel olf Tlite Bil k pf Stepheaison ofler you th f-Qcilities of their instituiion in helpihg you meetly our problems. ' £he Bank of St l phenson ' Cojnplete; and Friendly Finarfciul Service " .Stephenson - - Mioj iigan ' i ember Federal Deposit Ihsutance Corporation classmate 1950 published by the communit - entrhsh class of Stephenson hio;h school classmate- =c :lassmate dedication here it is — the i ast present and future ai-e rolled into out — and it ' s all for you — yes — we ' v( dedicated this annual to the students of stephenson high, we ' ve tried to get the pictures you ' d like to see and give you the kind of annual you ' d like to read, we ' ve enjoyed doing it for you and now it ' s all yours. just as paul l)unyan saved several harrels of ink in one winter by not dotting his i ' s we ' ve saved hours of laiior by leav- ing out capitals and ])unctuation. in)W we ' re giving it to you — this book of memories fond or otherwise. if we tickle your funny bone laugh ! and if pangs of nostalgia begin creeping in thats what we aimed at anyway. classmate u H I ? p « ■ ; .:f •-i af - • ' ■ ■ ' classmate ciiiiimiiiiity cnjAlisli 111 t(i] row. Ipft t(i rislit — miss rcyiidlds, iidvisiir. Virginia mIIiivvit. carl irn varr ' ii (Iciiiillc. jiiadys kraiitz. vicilette liackiuaii. s( conil row — Shirley winter, lorraine auiaii. iiaf caulk, alirc lesiicraiire. u corey. hetty ball, iiiar.jorie petersmi. tliii-il row— c-leo fhoney, elaiiie miller, cloioiliy kaknk. .Joyce iiiacco. 1; .■iilaiiis. beatrice delanrelle. ulisenr memliers — pliyllis sliaiiuio. marlyii | liilliis an:l retina ilisliicaii. iltanl. ai ' il.N h iN ' eriie annual staH ir vdu sec harried Iddkiiiu ' students - miss rcyiiolds tiiiaiiiiii ' ixvny - lypcvvriter madly tliumpiiio- - you ' ll know exiicti ' where vou be! coiiimiiiiity I ' lic ' lisli ill - editors of school ila .e - .iournal s ' hool eohnmi and this here publication, editor-in-chief — vii ' j -inia allfi-e. -er. assistant editor and dcpail niciit hist irian - mai ' ilyn corey busiiie s maiiao ' er — earl iiKitlard class t I ' easui cr- phyllis shaiiip i poetry and art I ' ditor — violctte hackinan s|)orts editors — alicc Icspcrancc - re; iiia disliiieau fcalure editors bi ' tly hall - inai-.jorie peter- on o ' cneial rcpoiiers - -typists - rewiiters - ],idol ' readers — lori-aine amaii - pat caulk hrcatricc ilclaiirclle - warren demilh ' - ilorotli ' kaknk - liladvs kiant . - elaine miller - .Joyce mocco - marlyn pliillips - clc i thoiiey - sliii ' lc, wintei-. classmate auUK raphs c :lassmate S s O S classmate- class officers illi ' ini ;iraiiiiis ■Willy- K.K.A. : ' . l)r;iiii;itii ' s 4 iMiotbiill .- ' ,-4 r,:iskctluill . l;;r. H Cl.-iss I ' lM.v ; ' ,-4 rrcsirli ' iit 4 I ' M ' " . A. rrcsiilciil 4 KiiSenf Jones ■■Shnrlv " Atliletir Ass ' ti. :; IdutbMll -J-iiM ll;iskclli:ill S TiarU H ' lrc Trcs. l--_ ' -:!-i itiirliar.i Ann KsltruoU •■I ' .ahs " S|iMiiisli Club ■J-ll i::ui(l I l ' -:m (;icr Club :;-! Ahi i.- I ' liii. L ' :; Scxtciii- : ' ,-i (4ii ' ss dub Clu ' i ' iMcadiN . " . ' lass I ' lay :!-4 Sccii ' lMl-y l--- ' !-l !:iiil n (irrcj •■.MaMus 1 )an!;lilcr " S|iaiiisli Club ■_•-:? Drauiatii-s Cluli -J : ' . Hand 2-:i-4 ScIkuiI Ha .c 4 A lal SlalT I Class ria. 4 Studciil CiiiMicil 1 I4ass Tri ' asnriT 4 Iti ' lKUlri ' - ' ■ ' • Musii- Club 4 ' ii ' asur IV : ' . I c lassmate student council members iWi Virsinia All eyer •■(Jin " Sliidciit Cimncil 1 ■:. ' -3-4 ( I ' res.-Sec. ) ( ' lieerleiuUin? 1-2 3-4 ;iee Club 2-3-4 .TiiniDi- I ' luy 3 Senior Play 4 AnniiMl Staff 3-4 SclKiul Daze 3-4 Sextette 3-4 I ' roui ( lueeii H Roseiia Basimisseii •■liose " Spaiiisli ( " lull I ' .aiiil M ;» Oi ' tiiii MeUhoir " Duf;- Studeiil ( ' oniii ' il 1-2-3-4 ( ' i -e I ' lvs. ) 4-II 1-riini Kill!;- 3 Apin ' entii-e learlier 4 FiHitliall 2-; ' .-4 I ' .askelliall 2-3-4 Ticasiirer 2 Secretiiry 1 . Harold I ' ratt 4-H Student ( " onncil 4 Paskethall 1-2-3-4 1 re- ident 1-3 classmate= honor students I ' lirlKira Aiin KshiiKiU ••I ' .illis- Si.auish Chill :;■;; I ' .and 1-2-3-4 CAcc Clnl) 3-4 .Music Chill L ' -S Sextette 3-4 Cliess Chill ( ' heerleuiliii: 3 Class riay 3-4 Si ' i-rctarv 1-2-3-4 Gladys Kraiilz •Clailx " 4 II Store liiMiiii I ' usiuess Mur. of Jlasa .hie Sales 4 i;ei;(irter 1 Srliiiol Daze 4 Annual Slatf 4 the tdp students this year are harbara eslu-ddk - stejilieii (ill tdvvnsiiiii - valeclictor- ian-aiid oladys kraiitz - nielleii township salutatoiiaii. the hdiior was g-iveu to these " iris by rinding ' an average of their semester o ades :tth tliroiio-h ll th. iithei- ;tii(h ' iits svhii have a b averao-.- i;r abcivf dni-iiio- the foiii- years are: . . .iiiellen township ste|ihenson towiisliip steplieiisnn township -t(-phensoii township . iiioallstim township riilh jdsliii Stephenson towiisliii) iane bever iiiuallston township idseiia 1 asiiin sen .stephensdii lnwnship jean eiiiiel ei ' ihirxinr lounshiii ■ . o()iJdii liersuii . . 4. iio ' iiiia allii ' eyer. . ' ). iiiariiyii cdrey . . . (i. lianiii! |iiatt . . . . 7. viiiletti ' bai-knian s. !l 1(1. n. 12, hazel larsdii nath-an township 1:1. williaiu warauins. . . . nadeau township 1-t. ruth .scliauei- nadeau township ITi. erna Johnson eedarville township l(i. lois waL ' hter nadeau township 17. betty kiszely meUen township 18. there a lusnia mellen township 1!). euo ' eiie joiies holmes township 20. loretta Johnson mellen township 21. marJan herinu ' mellen township 2 ' 2. jorepii iiinriii ste]ihenson township 23. betty ball mellen towniship 24. o-|,ii-ia sorenson naclean township 2 ' ). lawreiii-e hind:|iiist .. nadeau township 2b. drton luepdidir liu ' lleii tdwnslii]. 27. iiiaijdiie pctersdii .... nadeau townshi]. 25. iiiaui ii-e larsdii mellen township 2!l. fiiinris peteisdii naib ' aii town hip 10 classmate- m T " Alton Adams " Buddy " 4-H 1-2-3-4 A Lorraine Anian " SlKIOZt ' " Siiaiiisli dull riidtofivapliy dull 2-H liiiwiiuc 2 du ' crle.-idin.n . ' {-1 School Daze 4 Amuial Staff 4 rnipcity MaiiafiiM- 3 HiiiiiciMUuiMn (Juepn Cdurt 4 Violet te ItacUniaii ••VI ' Spanish Cluli 3 Diaiuatics 4 SchiKil l)azt 4 Annual Staff 4 4-H l( ' a U ' r Jlakc-up ;!-4 iW " , ' ? Virginia Allgeyer " (iin " Student Coinicil 1-2-3-4 (I ' res.-Seo.) ChetTloadins 1-2-3-4 (;iei ' dull -2-3-4 .luiiidi- riay 3 Senior Play 4 Annual Staft ' 3-4 School Daze 3-4 Sextette 3-4 I ' roMi (,lueen 3 (lien itacUnian ■Itud ■ 4-U leader Kohert Baliotic •Little Hoh " Athletics 1-2-3-4 4-II Senior I ' lay 4 Ketty Mall " Pets " Feature f ditor School Daze 3-4 Annual Staff 3-4 Gym 2 ciee dull ' 2-3 Ojieretta 1-2 PowliuK 2 Vi ' .-e Presi lent 1 0 Paul Hastien Track 1-2-3-4 IvF.A. 1-2 411 1 Chess Clul) 3-4 Student Council 1-2 Class Plav 3-4 Foothall manager 4 11 =classmate- Adelaide IJeaudoiii -Adplc " 4-1 1 five yeiirs Chess Club Harold Broherg F(j(itl)all H-4 Tr;ick ' A-i I!:iskerli;ill 2 Patricia Caulk ■ Slllo( telle " Aiiiiu: l Staff 3-4 Seluiol Daze 3-4 I ife Savins 1 Band 1 Senior I ' la.v 4 Glee Club 1!-:! Choir 1 P.asketliall 1-2 Bowling 2 . , , Regiiia Dislmeau •■Dish " lMi()t(i.i;rai li.v Clul) (ilee Club 3-4 Band 3-4 Basketball 4 Class riay 3 .Jane IJeyer " .layiie " (Hit Club 2 4-H -2 Howliiii; 1 Serretary 1 Nornvi Casebepr ' ( ' asey " 4-H Student Librarian (ilc- Club Chess Club Marilyn Cerey •• iav(]rs l)auf;hter " Spanish Clnb 2-3 Draniatirs Club 2-3 Hand 2-3-4 Seliiiol Daze 4 Aimual Staff 4 Class Play 4 Student Council I Class Treasurer 4 Reporter 2-3 Music Club Treasur- er 3-4 Joseph Djnibrow.-Ui ■Mcie- K.K.A. 4-H 12 classmate Robert DoriiisUi " Dinky " ScliiMiI l)az ' 3 Aiiiiu.-il St;iff :-! Jean Eiigel " Jennie " l ' liiiti)Si " ipli.v 4 Sec.-Ti-eas. -l-H Club Secretary 2 Haslcetball 2-3 Eye testinj;- 3 Secretary 1-2 .,1- -- Lawrence DnITriii " Chief F.F.A. 1-2-3-4 (ScMlincl 4 ' .»-ri()| X Marilyn Fitzpatritk 4-n (;lee Clul) Robert Fox I ■ r Edward (iodlewski " Kddic " Athletics 4-II Cl ih I ' asketball 1-2-3 I ' .aseball 2 years Fddtball 4 Treasurer 2-3 -Jk James Haeker " Hack " Athletic Club 4-n Club Haskctliall 1-2-3 Football 4 Baseball 2 years , l Delia Hayward " Del " 13 classmate Marian Heriiig " Toots " 4-H Club . y, (iordoii Hersoii Trcasu-er 1 Betty Hultmaii " Bets " Glee Club 4 4-H Student Librarian Aiiprentice Teafber ■ % 1 r ■ 1 k [)( I-Otll ' JullIINOII ••l n(lit. " Clioir (Jb ' c Clul) 4-H Apprentice Tea ber Junior I ' lay ll.it Luurli Rrna Johnson " Sizz.v " Photograpbv Clnli 4-H Basketball 1-2 Eye testing 2 Vice President 2 5 «§» ' Loretta Johnson ■Lorry " Spanisb Club H-4 Glee Club 4 4-H Make-up 3-4 » ' beerleading 1 Apiirenti ' .-e teacher 3 Eugene Jones " Sborfy " Athletic Ass ' n. ?. Football 2-3-4 Basketball 3 Track 3 Vice Pres. 1-2-3-1 Ruth Joslin " Huthie " Spanish Cluli 3 Chess Clul Class Play ( P.us. ilgr. niakc-upi 4 1 I classmate= Betty Kiszely -Sis " Glee Club 3 Store K(Miin ?,-A Driver Triiiuiim K -Mary Koch Leoiiaril KosewsUi " Leii " Athlefir Ass ' ii. 3 F.F.A. Football L ' -H-4 Track 8 P.aslcetball ;{ Staye .Maiia;;er 3 Maurlve Larseii ■Morrie " F.F.A. Athletic Ass ' ii. Football L -::-4 P.asketball l-:;-H-4 Ideal P.ov of the Year 4 Fred LeBeaii -Fritz " Scbool Daze 3 Annual Staff :i A Capella Cboir :■! Operetta ' J I ' botoKraphy 4 Hoys ' (Jlee Club li jggif X ' i ► 0 ' f ' «i !• it w- II Wayne Kriieser Fool Shark Spanish Club .■■{-4 Football Fhot ii;raiiby nan l Aiiiirenti( !■ Teacher Hazel l arN(iii -liu-l ' .u " 4-n Clee Club Basketball Seereta - I ' -x ljM. . liie Lesperaiiie -Al " Ass ' t. Librarian W .Majorette 2-H-4 Latin Club 1 Annual Staff 4 Sc-hool Daze 4 I ' botcju ' raphy Club 1 Howiini; : ' . 15 classmate Heriiurd l.iiii(1(|iiist ■P.eii " i-H Lawrfiice Liiiiilqiiist " Ijiuik " -III (iloihi Madialk ■ ' SiKPiiks " 4-U • 77 f I I I N Il(ir i!h.v Liiiidqiiist. ■■I olti( " 4 11 CIcc ( " llll ClHiir Tlit ' i-esa Liisiiia 4-H (ilee t ' lub 2-3-4 I ' nsiness Mr:-, for Magazine Sale 4 Sli re mom M-4 l.iliiariaii 4 Alex Malawka ■■iioiiiHr ' Atlilcrir Ass ' ii. Kootliall 2-3-4 Track 3 I5asketball 3 F.F.A. Orliiii .Alcli ' hiiir ■■I 111?; " Sliuli ' Ut Cotiiii-il 1-2-3-4 ( Vice I ' n ' S. i 4-II Prom KiiiK 3 Aiiprciiliii ' tt ' Mi-her 4 Kootliall 2-:i-4 Haskolhall 2-3-4 ' rroasiiirr 2 SiTi-claiv 1 U 1 T .1 V ' Joseph Aloriii Paskotball 1-2-S Football 3 classmate Kiirl .Mo(t;ii(l .iiiiiinr ( ' inss riM.v ; Olierettrt 2 Choir 3 Boys ' (juiii-tol ' A I)rainiitii--s Cluli 4 Aiinnnl .Stnlf : ' ,-4 Scliool Daze 3-t I licJt(ij;raiiliy Kditor r.aliii Cliili 1-2 K.F.A. 4-11 1 r ] l{oh; rt Naiilt -Hull " Basketball 2 (•lU ' i-ctta 2 .liiiiiur I ' lay : ' , I . Wancii Ncxvliii ' ■W ' amiip ' " Francis Peter- on " I ' ele " I!asketlinll 2 Track .S Footliall 4 Treasurer :5 I ' resiileiit 1 Il.uold Pratt 4-II Stmleiit Council 4 Biisketball 1-2-3-4 I ' resiilenr 1-?. ' S •John Nordqiiist ■Mack " F.F.A. yA .M.ir.jorie Peterson -.Mickey " Baskelball 2 Annual Staff 3-4 School Haze 3-4 (ilce ( ' lllb 2-3 (iyiu 2 t i;cretta 1-2 lealiiri ' Kditor Sdiool l)a;:e 4 liowlinu 2 Secretary 4-H • f) Doiialtl Habhie ■ ' Bunnic " Baski ' lbail 2 Track 2 Student Council 2 Alhlclir A s ' n. 17 =classmate- Rosena Kasniiissen ■•Kosp " SiKiiiisli ( ' lull Band Jiiiiies Habuiii " Jim " ■i-H 1-2-S F.F.A. 4 Athletic Cliili Haslu ' thall l--_ ' -8-4 Fdiitliall Trac-1 1-2 Senior I ' lay 4 Ann S.jtiliulni 4-n Chdii- 3 (llee t ' bil) ?, I ' .asketliall 1-2 Rose Ellen Ruleau " Rcisie " Ruth Sliauer " Kuthie ' " Basketball 2 4-H .Tunidi- Play H Seni ir I ' lay 4 (ilee Clnli 2-H-4 C ' hdir 3 Cheerleader 2 Sextette 4 Trio 3 Noon liiiiir rccreatidii 3-4 Operetta 1-2 Api.reiitice teacher 4 Secretary 1 •__ X Gloria SorenMin " Cl.a-ic " 4-11 Glee dull 2-3-4 Basketball Vice President 2 Khlved Sxvanson " Jessie " Athletic Ass ' ii. F.F.A. 4-II iMicitball 1 Track 1-2 Class Kepiirter 1 nonald Tirkler •Tick ' F.F.A. Football 18 classmate Gilbert aii(lfiih iiitfii ••(HI " Trark 1 William Waraiiius ••Willy ' F.F.X. 3 llraniiitic-s 4 Fddtliall 8-4 Basketball Mj;r. 8 Class I ' lay :;-l I ' rcsiilpiit 4 F.1 ' A. I ' rcsiclfiit 4 Hettj Waylierg Raskethall I ' .asfliall LawreiH ' e Williams ••Willy " Athlftii- Ass ' ii. Football 8-4 Kaskptliall l-M-4 Trai-k 1-8 Sfiiilcnt Cniniiil 1 7» - i- ' -aaSR -SSF 1 I: V;» - iBI . Lois Watliter Smh ii Dramatics 4-II liaskctball 2 »». m Siianisli Club 4 Juniiu- I ' lay 8 , -— 5- ' m Seiiiiir I ' lay 4 OliiTptta •_ ' CIph Club •J-8-4 ( - - ■3 -r . a ' AT r : Hetty Watz ■■Slioi-ty " -111 1 hauiatics Clec Club 1 Krviii Wefy F4 ' .A. 1-2-8-4 Shirley Winter ' ■S(|uirvely " Spuidi- riay 4 Stu lt ' iit Lilirariau 8 I ' .aiHl 8-4 (Mcc Club 8 ice I ' l-Hsideut t S.4io,p| Hazp 8-4 Auuual Staff 8-4 I ' dwliu :; Musi,- Club ' , ' li) c lass m arc- sen lors a class tlu ' tv was (completi ' ly finished now and on its way down tile long ' road of life ) Ihcy worked for four loni;- yeai ' s (and played some too) and all they ji ' Dt to show for all their strife was one hriiiht nii ' ht (a ni ;-ht of eestasy ) a thin diploma silvei- lined vi1li Mue a well adjusted outlook upon life. . . two tickets to the prom(they ' I ' e free one to i) William warauins the o ' enius of the elass leil the proees ion [nud led Ihem veiy well ) euacne jones eould lend a helpino ' hand and marilyu eorey made a ti-easurer swell while barhara esbrook wrote the minutes down. . . the elass surveyed achievements with due pride they tui-ned ;ind looked and wondered at the tliinus they ' d taken so eom]iletely in their stride... the halls of old s.h.s. will emitty he without their smiles and tricks and noises their advisors in sad memories you ' ll see recall the faces of their ramlunietious liirls and hoys — may they achieve the j:oii s aod keep theii ' little souls ! 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X ■= ' .s 2:1 c lassmate= prophecy well here it is lIKiO . . . rodi ' up ray (■sc;ilii1iir 1(1 my hi ' driidin ... 1 had just liiid a liaiu and iiicklc sandwich . . . it was thumpinti- in luy stomach and sort of lulled me to i-lccp . . . while 1 was sleepin.a ' i luul tlu craziest dream . . . i was floating- on cloud •2m ... (its the piuk one with the lavender stripes . . .) when i peeked over the edge - i caui ' ht my breath and almost fell off . . .draw up a toadstool and i ' ll tell you the rest of what happened . . . well - anyway - i couhl see all my classmates of the elavs of ' -iD l)clow me . . . they sure are scattered . . . (all over the world - that is . . . ) my angel eyes first w-audered to a bearitiful little farmhouse - on the road east of daggett ... its set back oft ' the road . . . the main coi;- is the former hiietta Johnson . . (not sure if its eog or boss . . .) she is now mrs. richard vineent . . suie makes an idi al motlier . . . do you remember two guys from luideau that were inseparable in tlie senior class . . . none other than robert nault and robert dorinski . . . true to form they now own a moving van firm ... if .von wairi anything Tran.-i)orted in record breaking time (furniture breaking tool .iast eall IDIjO - " in care of bob and bob inccn ' poi ' at- ed - nadeau - michigan . . . ,omething new has been aadecl aronnu stephen. ' on snice leonard kosewski gradu- ated 10 years ago . . . we ' ll always remem- ber leonard for his dimples - curls - and of course muscles ... a big neon sign is hariging over a modern building ... it flashe- on and off . . . eat wheatiesl eat W ' heatie-. ! thats what leonard tells his man.v cnstnnieis . . he has oinuied a charh- atlas traiinng course - for weak and un- wanted men . . . come in and try it . . . my cloud is moving around this small fommnnity of stephenson-daggett-wallace, and etc . . . too bad it isn ' t propelled — i could move faster . . . now i ' m sailing over the liuKl(ini t dairy ranch . . . n-member lawrence and bernard . . . for bi-otlieis they sure get along well together . . . the.v raise holstein dairy cattle and an ' really nudving hay . . . while my clond v;is over the big town of nadean. i happened to I ' atch a ulimi)sc of betfy kiszely who is now mi-s. ralph innL;e . . . lalph .jr. is a t ' ull cute too I i i ' m I ' loaling again . . . hey! i ' m fall- ing wluc-that sure was a close (nie . . . well - holy glio-1 look what ' s sittin;:- on the iitlier side . . . my old bosom buddy . . . (with a halo at that i idimb over (do-ei- and reminisce with me . . . my r v is now over bagley - and we see a large farm . . . owned and operated by alton adams . . . alton with his smooth - i)eaceful voice per- suades the (diickens to lay more eggs . . . oh yes! he is doing okay . . . i ' m sailing above highway 41 . . . some- thing is coming down the road ... i ' ll have to steer my cloud down and see what it is . . . i hati better take it easy my brakes aieii ' t as good as they could be . . . these new fang dangli ' d (douds sure are compli- cated . . . now its clearer - its a truck - the driver looks familiar . . . why of course if gym raboin - and his linddy-buddy pal- don ticklei- sitting along side of him . . . they ( all tlieir traiddng company " we haul everything — y(.in pay for it " . nin-t amble along to stephenson . . the boys wanted to give us a ride - but my cloud is softer . . . what have we here . . . my - how Stephenson has grown since i was in ' school . . . elevators - eicalators - and all the comforts of home . . . even heli- copiters in i)lace of bire- ... in the nevr modern gym - we see miss regina dishneau coaching her girls basketball team - lietter known as " hot shots " . . . mis-; dishneau is rated as one of the bet coaches of .Stephenson . . . the girls are all laughing - must be that their coa.di still has her sense of humor . . . havi ' you heard about the new atomic c-lipper. ' ilonald rabbie has the patent . . for that new atomic clipped look see mr rabbie - who owns his own barbershop - " the atomic cut " . . . mv buddy almo-t fell off tlie cloud (guc s she isn ' t uscil to it . . .) s-lie caused s (di a breeze that now i ' m in hollywood . . .(knew i ' d never get there any other way ! ) as i fly above the tree tops i see a secluded little d;ess shop - run by madani- oiselle .jane beyei ' . . . i can still remember how she made her -iwn clothes in s; hoo! well holy gho-.t look in tlie window . . . my budd.v is tiyinu- on a tires- . . good thing i ' m the only one that can see her . . . tlud i-cd dress doesn ' t go with her halo ... 1 hey say out in hollyw-o-od that mi.ss 111 yc! makes all of i-armen mii-anda ' s gowns . . . after much coaxinu ' i persuaded m - bud l. ' to conii ' with me a ' ain . . . i ' d sure liki ' to |i;ck- nc and my bndd. - a riidi guy classmate out here . . . just look at all the luillloii- aires flcatiui; ' ai ' imiid . . . Ii :ik on rloiul 294 - if it i ii ' t my old rlassniate betty watz . . . lior cloud is beautiful - but that ' s wliat money docs . . . they say hei- husbaud has oodles of money . . . and you should see her new mink ... a birthday tiift from her hubl)y . . . i miulit as well fdi ' tiof d):iut a man - one millionaiie in the elass is (MKiujih . . . ealifornia is sure warm . . . puess i ' !l breeze down to this snda fountain and .U ' et something to cool oft . . . wow see that little blonde buzzinc- ariund . . . wi-ll-blow me down - its dor:ithy lundi|uist . . . sir. ' owns thij shop now I rcmi-mbcr when she used to work in strohl ' s after school hours . . . by the looks of this place she is d.)ing okay . . . while i ' m in li:;llywood think i ' II breeze (lUt and see the rose bowl i; ' ame . . . i; ' olly all the-e men . . . the uiuversity of mieh- ig ' an is favored tn win this year . . . look at that jiuard over there . . . he ' s one of my classmates too . . . plays i uard - and is rated the best in the country . . . why of cr)urse - its harold broheri;- ... he al- ways idaycd his licart ou.t way back in ' . ' lO . . . his pcro. ide hair hasn ' t chanoed a, bit cither. jdaying ' foi ' miniu ' -ota a end is mauriee larseii . . . wonder how it feid to play a.u ' ahi t his classmate blondie . . mauriee sure cuts a fine fi ' ure in lii uniferm . . . there i his wife ( lieeriuii ' him . . . never thiuulit nuuirice would ,i;el mauied — he was always so bashful . . but that ' s lifel i ' d like to stay and see the S ' ame but i still have a lot of territory to cover . . . my next stop will be in tlie el morocco . . guess i ' ll go in and have a short-hey ! who ' s that up on the sta -e ... its the hubba hiiblia gii ' l known to the class of ' 50 as ruth SL ' hauer ... it seem- that ruthie has taken up . ' ■inging as her life career and doiim- mighty fine . . . wonder if she sings the. same songs she lisimI to sinu in s.li.s. . . . enough of night (di ' .bs for me — hie... must get l: ack to m ' cloud and .start floating . . . guess i ' ll tak( thi-- i-oad here . . . say look at that |)icatlilly house down there . . . gue-s i ' ll brei ' ce d:iwn and look it over . . . i see tlie carpenter is imtting the last minute touches to it ... i know him — he ' s lawienee duffrin . . . used to be an a-1 pupil in shop . . . my cda-smate, .sure got ahead . . . lawrence tells me In ' has more conti ' acts than time . . . shi ' er-shiverd)oy is it cold! wonder where i ' m at now . . . for a slow moviim ' cloud i sure do travel fast - here i am in alaska . . . lets lu-eeze down and see if that guy fishing over there is catching any- thing . . . well if it isn ' t lawrence williams say lawnMice what you doing in alaska? guide! well show me the way home cause - baljy its cold outside . . . lawMMice makes an ideal guide . . . tie ' practice he got at Stephenson hunting and fifhing suie comes in handy . . . while i ' ni hered might as well breeze; around antl see the rest of the i)lace . . . who ' s that down there on that frozen road . better go take a look . . . well if it isn ' t, lo ' s wachter . . say lois what are you doing up here. ' you ' rt: ' a missionary huhl? i exi)ected ii - , ' ou always said you were go- ing to hcdp mald ind - back in s. h. s. i ' d like t ; stay and chat lois but its too darn colli . . . be sure and look me up when you come to steiihenson . . . iMime on luuldy lets get out of here be fore our (doud fi ' cezes. . .after such a cold climate i ' m going to florida and warm up ...look there - on the outskirts of alaska ...see that big hill... is that a bird on .skiis ? i ' m going to investigate...! know- now - its j(]seph do mbrowski ! my old. classmate. . .caji that guy ski!! just look! bet he ' ll break the rec:ird at pine mountani this year... even back in ' o(l jne was an excellent skier. . . the elass of ' oU sure gets around. . . . i ' m still cold. . .buddy get out and push. . . that ' s lietti ' r - we ' re I ' eally sailing ]iow ! ah-feel that heat... this is more like it... looking down into the heart of florida i ■see a large sign- " " costume designer " and under the sign i see " erna jnhnson-propri ' - tor " she used to be a elassmate of mine. . . really looks like she is well oft ' (in money- that is)... the-e clas ' mates of mine really sur]irise me I they ' re really getting ahead and here i am till floating-floating-where am i now? can ' t be too far from florida cause this clo ud doesn ' t go fast and my buddy won ' t push... i see a sign below and lots of-men-and more men. . . lets glide down and see what the sign says. . .tampa- floiida-well what do ya taiow-its an army cami)...i didn ' t think there could be .w many men in one plaee except in the army . . .ali-i see some familiar faces-i ' ll glid • down closer and maybe i ' ll be able to remember what their names are... well if it isn ' t sergeants francis peterson and gil- bei-t vanderhouten. . .hear them shouting classmate out oi-ders. .those boys sure have chaufjed 1 they used to be so ((uiet in ji ' ood old s.h.s. so nice and wai-ui liere i really hate to leave-»-uess i ' ll just float around awhile. . . here i am in luiami-s ' uess i ' ll g-et my two feet on earth and prowl around the town . . .well welMook over there at that lai-ii- modern buildinji ' -it says rose i-uleau-pub- lislici- of " lietter homes and j;-ai ' dens " -do: ' s liei- own illustrating- too-slie really lias a head on her slioulders. .. remember lia. ' k in s.h.s. how she did a lot of art work... whew this heat is li-ettinw me down- j; ' uess i ' 11 head baek to the windy eity of ehieaii ' o. . . i heard rumors that a l)unrli of my bosom pals from the (da s of " 50 are there. . . is that a hu -e lios])ital over there-i " il have to li ' et eloser to read the namedets see- " ameriean norwegian " . . .wonder what it ' s like inside... if i can get my eloud throutih the dooi- i ' ll find out... here we go... there is the hi ' ad nurse... why its liarbara eslii-ook ! 1 gee - i didn ' t know she nuule out this good. . .nimiing a big hospi- tal like this. . .she also s|)ecializes in surgi- cal nui-sing. . .she suffered through (duunis- try-physies and sueh (so she says) in .school hut it has really paid off.. . let ' s go up to the baby floor... two eute classmates are in charge here-remember gloria sorenson and hazel larsoii . . .they were always to- gether in school. . .they went to the same school and now are working together-taking care of babies...! hear they plan on I ' ais- ing a few of their own sometlay... in room 103 they say there is an old crab-always wanting something and ncvei ' satisfied. . .gloria machalk has been assign- ed to the old crab . . . reason ■ because of gloria ' s ability to get along with people. . . she was always g-ood natured back in ' 50. . . if anyone can get along with the old bag it ' s gloria . . . well the least we can do is wish her good luck . . . there is betty hultman in that spic and span uniform. . .the ])atieids-no nuitter how lazy-or crippled-always co-operate. . .under lietty ' s supervision they are kept busy... i can ' t remember of ever seeing betty witli- int something to do-even back in school. . . thei ' e goes another cla.ssmate-mary koch...shc sure is zooming around .. .she is cari-ying a tray to some lucky ])atienT rii lit now . . . i ' vc had an enjoyable visit here liar- baradnit ilon ' t want to catch any disease ...if you ever need any t ransporlat ion (mainly clouds) just let me know... they have a beautiful lawn out here- thei-e is another ett ' icient nurse exercising with the patients. . .blonde hair too... it ' s betty wayberg ! she makes a super lookin-i nurse. . .the patients all rate her pretty high-i hear. . . do i feid funny-it nuist lie from the hospital... i think i ' m getting seasick... buddy-(iuick-have yon any ideas wdiat to do. ' okay-instead of traveling so much let ' s just i erch in uud air for awhile... high enough so we can see the whole coun- try... i ' m beginning to fe l better... in hollywood i see liob bakotic iiroad- casting a radio show. . .that ' s the sanv show bob hope used to have... must be bob has taken t)ver hope ' s show .. .remem- ber bob ' s long underwear in " inner willy " ! from hen ' it looks like he stiU has them on . . . in the same stuilio we see earl mottard ...i can hear him crooning songs like hi ' used to do ba-k in school... he is taking over bing ' s old place. . . now my eyes wander to marquette- micbigan .. .looks like the class of ' 50 has taken over the " northern state teachers college " . . .there ' s ruth joslin as " dean of women " . . .she j-ules with an iron hand ( ]) ior kids ) . . . there ' s gordon herson shouting n-u-t-s ami i acing baek and forth... just like nn-. short his typing teacher used to do. . . professor herson is head of the commer- cial department .. .as an assistant to ])ro- fessoi- liersini i see theresa lusnia. . . idglit now she is in the shiu ' thaud room tryiuLL to teach theme analogical word endings. . . i can remember the tough time she had learning thcm-but has finally mastered the art ... in room ab i see dorothy Johnson ti ' y- ing to train adults to teach grade school kids...(oi- vice-vci ' sa) just thiidc of all the lucky kids in grade s.-hool at Stephen.- son when dorothy took apprentice teach- ing. . . in the history room i see jean engei . . . she is the " brain " of this compartment now. . .she was i)ia ' tically the only one in amciican government class tluit ever gol (in a . . . (good luck-kid ). i can see a bird ' s eye view of washing- ton fi ' om my nest uj) hci-e. . . i see nuirilyn ci.ri ' y as the fir-t lady ])re-ident of the united states-sitting behind a huge (.lesk covei ' ed with ])aj)ers. . . the pi ' esiilent wants to send a letter-so calls in her ' apabL ' •H c spci-ctHry uUulys krantz. . .Imlli wiTc liDiio; ' studi ' iits t ' l-diii tlip class of ■. " )() and have used tlicii- brains to ' ft sonii ' whci-c in t!i " world .. .Ilic I ' ii ' st huly president lias ap l)ointed bill vvaranius as the seeretary oL ' state. . .mv. warainns is miss enrey ' s rigiit hand man in all of the important mattei ' s and by the looks of thing ' s mr waranins is U ' oin ' to a(kl something- to miss eoi ' ey ' s left hand. . . ( it tilitteis) ! in T)!) wheiu ' ver ou saw niarilyn yon saw bill and yiiess that ' s how it will be fm- sonictiine to come .... like father like son so the saying- t;oes and it looks like enyene joues has kept up the tradition. . .see over on the east side of washing-ton d.e. in that huge office sits eugene. . .he ha control of all the powei plants in the country ...( big wheel) lie jnst called in his se-retaiy niai ' ion hering ...niy-she even sits on his lap to take dictation ... they both seem to be doing oka - ! (in bnsiness-of course). well what do ' on know-another one of my (da-smates in Washington (l.c....non ' other than wayne krneger! wayne i: ' head of the democi-atic pai ' ty now! wayne was never at a lo s for words at school... now he has put his gift of gab to work. . . guess i ' U take a little peak at grec! bay now. . .ah-what ' s this i see? the l ;ni- ger green bay business eolleu-e. . .it ' s under new management now. . .do you remember marjorie peterson and betty ball-those two girls who were as in-eparal le as siames twins. . .well thcy ' vi ' taken over the collet " now and ari ' really putting out some effi eient se. ' retaries. . .i can remember back in sidlool how thi ' y were both whi . ' s at typing- ill id slioi-thand . . .there ' s another old biidd of mine-glen ba-knuin. . .i see he owns ami operates the green bay Inmlier company. . he got his experience by working in the woods on Saturdays during- his seliool days . . . m.y eyes are -wandering toward the east-to the huge g-littering i-ity of iic »- york...i see a distinguished looking man carrying a large brief ease... by the looks of him he is somebody important. . .what ' s that name on Ids brief case? jirofession.al lawyei--|iaiil bast ieii .. .even in school he eouhl talk pco|ile int i d ling tliiiig -c -cii if the - diiln ' t want to. . . i sei a lieantifnl pcntlious, and in this pciitliou 1 ' i see a young laiiy thi-owing papers around .. .fi-oni tlie looks of the I ' oom she must lie a writer. . .just as i :lassmate tliought- -iolette b.ickman ! i knew she ' d be a great writer someday .. .she always did do a lot of eomposing back in .school- espci-ially for the sehool paper. . . my roving gaze is back in Stephenson again .. .what ' s this i see? an old ela.s?,- mate of mine in a poliee eai ' -why eddie godlewski-what dul you do? heek-he didn ' t do anything. . .he ' s a .state trooper! jast cruising around i sn|)i)ose-didn ' t tliink an arrested man wonld ilrive the police car. . . ah lia-here is another farmer from the class of ' oO. . .none other than bob fox. . . he owns and operates a farm at eedar river- miehigan . . . stephen.soii sure has grown-i see they have a professional baseball team now! better known as the " wolf paek " ...re- mcnibei- m-ton melchoir-he just signed a ten-year contract with the wolves as eatoh- er... another contract just a.s important has been sig-ned. . .there ' s oidy one hiteli " dug is now married " to none other than aliee le perance. . .aliee claims this is one. eontraet that ean ' t be broken. . . there is another one of our classmates mrs. richard bnelteman-the former delia hayward . . . tliro igli the window we can see her bathing her little eherub ! do yon want to be beautiful ? do 3 ' on want hands that men adore . do you want to get eng-aged . ' the new beauty shop in .Stephenson does this and more for you... if you are a eomplete drip-it will nmke you more eomplete. . . projjrietor-adelaide Iteau- doin...even baek in TiU adelaide ' s hair was neat as a " g ' lamorified wig " . . . ah i see that another giid from the class of ' 50 is married ... remember anne sjoholm : ' she ' s mrs. manny sundberg now . . .they live in a sky-blue pink house with a grass green-red lawn about 8 miles fi-om step ' henson . . . isn ' t mai ' ried life wonderful anne? ever been in a raft on the pacific oiean? that ' s just the way i ' m beginnini;- to feel on this cloud... it ' s swaying and turning around so much i can hardly keep my glance focused ... not even the darned emergency brake will stop it... i see fig ' ures but i can ' t make them stand still... the (d(md below has passeil and i can sim ' through miw ..a huge red semi truck is traveling- down tlii ' road... wow he is going to hit that oncoming car . . .oops-he missed . . . (the car that is. . . ) no wonder he missed it wa.s wari ' en newdin driving. . .the way he handles the truck •II classmate sliows experience ... maybe i roiild hire liiin to drive my cloud... tliiiik i ' ll take a sneal peel ; at my liome town. . . ' etting- Icind of lonesome for the old place... ah i see a new modern building: with " pool hall " written on the side. . .proprietor eldred swanson ! say-he i.s doing: okay ! look at all tlie business he has... he got his experience during his scliool days . . . mo -ing my glance a little south of Stephenson i see a huge farm with all the modern conveniences. . .with all these worJc saving devices it could only have one o ler. . .alex malawka!! another con- venience is his cute little wife... leave it to alex to be eomfoi " table. . . shifting my glances a little i see an- other farmer. . .these modem farms sure are something. . .push a button in the house and the cows are milked out in the barn...ervin wery is the proud owner of this ultra modern farm. . . say who are those girls in the white unifornis down there???? they ' re going into the new modera high school-can ' t be school kids cause they look older than that... guess i ' ll lower my cloud a little and take a good look. . .well if it isn ' t norma ca.sebeer and marilyn fit .patriek in their slick white nurses luiiforms. ..i ' ll tet they have a lot of patients! they al- ways were good at getting along with people. . . hey-buddy look at that big building over down below witli all those care sit- ting around. . .can you imagine what it is . ' i can ' t either. . .get under this cloud bud- dy and pull it down a little. . .aJi- now i can see what it is. . .a new standard oil station. . .look ! ! ! there is fred lebeau down there. . .he used to be a classmate of mine way back in ' 50... maybe we can get a ear from him. . .what am i talking about?? what would i do with a car up here. . . now that my cloud is down lower i can see positively everything. . .another new building! can ' t miss this one it ' s so large... i see that it ' s an apartment.... proprietor - josejih morin...they say he built this place himself. . .helping him run the place is his capable wife-the former rosena rasmussen . . . i can see that it ' s a very successful marriag e . . . for a.s long as i can remember joe and rosena went to- gether. . . say - i heai ' d that they finally got the bridge built across the straits. . .they said it could never !»• done - and guess who accomplished this magnificent miracle??? none other than my old buddy harold pratt...lie said he was going to be an engineer but i never thought he would be this famous. . . shifting my glance ba.ck to Stephen- son i notice a large crowd is gathered . . . looks like a big celebration. . .wonder what the oecasiion is? it .seems to be .some sort of an exhibition. . .say buddy would you like to come down with me? okay then get out and push ... ah - here we are... why look if it isn ' t james hacker. . .now i know what it ' s all about . . . jim just came back from a hunting trii over in africa - and today he is showing all the animals he caught, . ' .looks like jim had a successful trip... look at all the lions and tigers he has... glad i wasn ' t with him there! and last biit not least i see an apart- ment liuilding in milwaukee .. .there are four girls living there, .one is eleaning the small apartment - if it isn ' t my old buddy pat caulk. .. (remember how she used to hate work...) but since she became en- gaged to |)anl sakovitz she works like a beaver. . . out in the tiny kitchen is " bbmdie " - better known a.s shirley winter! she ' s prac- ticing cooking. . .wonder why? just take a look at her left hand ! you guessed it - in another month she ' 11 be iixrs. al thoune . . . golly with two diamonds in the clique the apartment will soon be vacated. . .those cute chintz curtains will go to waste... hey! what are we doing up here? let ' s get down to earth . . . hang on ! here we go ! ah yes - gin allgeyer and lorraine aman the other two members of the quartet . . . we have no future plans - maybe writers - after that darn prophecy we should be good . . .but i guess we will be buddies to the end . . . this is the end ! ! ! 28 classmate= 1. jihlliiour ii: ls ' ;■ tlirep iiiuskett ' fi-s. 3. (biusett lrilii 4. flilSS lit ' ' " ill ill llic I.Oll (.1(1 (l:iy {•. (Iniuli 1. T. tlu ' iit ' liH)k. s. tliMf w.-illni ' i ' Icniu. !l. my. linw y(iir ( ' i; •(pwn. floss it ' : U . hnrd wurkV 11. :iii(l XI it };iics. 1--. I.-.. i.siri il Miiiiiiiilir : l..-illiiii ' 4 iH ' .-iulic . 14. 111! ' ]c,:;s c-lnli. l. ' i. riilc ' iMii idwlioy. IC. rc ' .iii ' iiilirv wiicnV 1 i. scoutiii,:; lUiys. ]s iiiirkey mouse. I ' .i. wliciv is shcVV. ' 211. i ooil lri ' l if y " ' " ' " ' 1 " • ' ■ ■_ . wlinl (lid slir look likt ' V " il " . you iiamr il. ■S ' . v:itili till ' liinlio. •J4. is it iiossiliU ' V ■_ . " i. sliort. sliorlpv. slioi-tcst. liC ji ' ssc jamc ' sV. ' VV ■_7. null - ii li : •29 classmate- class will it sccliis llll ' I ' hiSS (if ll), ' )(l is l(i;i(lr(l willi t ili ' iit jzaliin- Ilii ' V li:i r ;i will llials liiitilily iiil ' ly Icwrr i-l,i- ni(ii iMiiililii ' t asl I ' lir iriufc : first iif ,ili we ' ll taki. a lndk 1 ' iMiii law I ' ciirc liiiiili|iiis| 111 pat iiiiiran ii ' ii ' s a licaf ii|i l:ii iTiiiriciit liddk . . . til a ni ' lsdii Liirj W ' lldSi ' llirkliailir is hill fl ' loria iiiai-lialk ' - Ihm- ((iiirtin ' ss ilics w ill . . . wai ' iTii iirwiiii winks liis cyi ' as 111 ' ll•a l■ Ills Lii ' diii-apliy liiink ' tn rilwai ' d fi eis . . . hazel laiviiii wills rv liaslituliirss td .jiiaiiiii ' riniliiic a i|iiii ' t miss ... td willar-il tii-klri- fi-iini .inliii iidrili|uist .U ' lirs liis a : ' . Irxl liiiiik- - wll ii ' li lir sure wiiii " ' miss . . . 1(1 sliii ' li ' y laiii-iii ' a i;-d rniiiiiMit himk - I ' r ' iim iliiiMtli - .jdhiisdii wild wears tlie latest, Iddk . . . eiliieiie .jdiies - a iiuy alwa. s iiii tile lieaiil leaves td liariild selilell -dt:t Ilis pdsitidll dli the t ' ddtliall team . . . td heatrice zinimeniiaii .U ' oes iiun-j(irie iietei-.son ' s ability tii dd shiu ' t- liaiid . . . to aiivdiie wild wants it is a basket liall .jiTsey nn. Id donated by manriee laisen — a, beijiiesl td i-dnaJd |ialosaari is fiani ' is i)etei-sdirs pliysies book to cai ' fy . bi-tt. - hultnian leaves lier croehet books to betty hanseii — otherwise known as " snooks " " . ' Mid only ,jim i-aboin wimhl dare — Id will nil-, delkei- his blaek wa y hair erna .jdlinsdn leaxes her hieks nf lilnnde td eldise .Jenkins— df whiilii she is ipnt " fond . . . loretta .iiihnsiin wills her .job iin tlie pusler eommiltee lo pdiir ddrulliN kaknk - wlin desei-ves ali , oiir pil. . . . her pianii lessmis ,-ii-e rcscna rasm iissen ' s beipiest 1 ' or .Joanne hedin tn ihi her best . . . leonai-d kosewski has diinph ' s ymi kmnv and wills them tn sliirley lanrin wild lial es td see him lid . . . wa.xiie kriieLicr with ver miieli skill to dull pdkdxitz his piidl eile does will aim s.jijlidlm her dimples will leaxe td rita llleilltz I do believe t;lailys kraiilz her miisie will save over wliii-li elailie .jardeen will slave . . . lo roiiahl palo aari rioiii bill waranins , ; ' oes his t ' dibiisterini; ' that made siieli a fuss . . . Ilie famous pddl Idle iif ddu rabbie Uoes Id doiiliie haiisen-whd else eiillhl it be. ' belly watz w ills her shdrthaiid bodk to any. one — who thinks this enurse is full nf fun . . . Idis waehler lldes will her sareasm - fur her sister adeline to fill . . mill seliauer - makes a ehoiee and Id ddriilhy kaknk will her vdiee . . . uhiria sdreiis:in - has piett.v blue eves - and wills them In theresa dirkiiian III Iddk a1 I he Liil.vs . . . bdb bakdtie leave-, to riehard rivanl ilis tri;i ' . bouk-wliieh lie will not find hard . lawrenee williams wills his football position to Inid hart who is liapp. abont the deeisioij shirjey winter wills we hear her bi - bass drniii to ;inyoi:e with a sti ' iiuj:- eoiist it iitiiui and one deaf ear . . . eldied vvansoii wills his pmil eiie td erie hafeman - tn win a name or twd . . . bi. ' b iiaillt Wdiihl like td slinti ' his ijeoi;ra|ih. bonk al don kiiii; ' . . . her ability to j ct aloui; in pliysies aliee lespiranee ]iasses ; to the .junior uirls - the lueky la-se.s . . . violette baekmaii her pliysies book bestows on a poor unsus|ieet ini person that doesn " t know . . . paiil bastieii ' s advance math bunk he passes dii - to bdb webiM ' -df whiim hi ' is fund . . . .jde iiidrin a I rii; Innk dues leave ' . edriie rabdiii a sna|)|iy lill le p-. In n ive . . his seiiidr ennlis ' li budk - earl ludtlard does beslnw to don kiiiii - this will be an awful blow . . . b( tty ball a real l:,;oiI pal bisliiw ; her shiirthand ability upon eleaiior Iicil; ' . the Ineky i;al . . . " m, beautiful nose " hiriaine aiiian does say - " ■oes to an. oiie w Im wants il " " in fa;-t yiiu i-aii have i| loda.v . . . ' " viriiinia alliieym- sa.vs liei- will is her heada-he- in I ' dmninnit.v i lejlish . ' i to some .iniiior whiz . . all ni ailaiiis his ipiielness be tows upon aiiidld taiivas - a fi ' uy everyone knows . . . :iO classmate r( :in;i (li illll ' ;Ml • a ,i:al liriylit and gay - hci- sense iii ' ImiiKir to | at wopssner she is i;i iiig today . . . liai-dld jiratt ' s jirodieioiis lieiizlit - til iiiilNC niielinielv a short litth ' mite . . . orton iiu ' h ' hiiii- wills his iirized possessions his basketball and fool ball snits to anyone in these protessions . . . r(,lieii doi ' inski with (his certain skill his printinu ' abilit ' to alviii ailaiiis does will ... lielen waiigei ' in - tiie Im-ky jx-rson gets a " i-oyal t pewritei- ' ' from gordon hei ' .son jean engel leaves to mai ' ilyn iianlt her goverumi ' iit hook - foi ' a eoiirsi ' dilT ' i- eult ... eddie godlewski ' s skill for shooting pool goes to philip earroll a jnnior in school . . . jim barker leaves his eomli 1(1 alien rhode to keep up his enrly dome . . . i-uth josliii is ' ..living awa. - to fi ' aiieis melliiiger - hei- bookkeeping a — to anyone w ' ho ' d take a h)ok lawrenee dutfrin leaves his govei-nment book . . . barbara esbrook - se ' . of the senior elass - bestows her job upon alhiii liroberg a job he eonldn ' t pass . . . a, government book from marian hering to anyone wdio thinks its worth sharing . . . ei-vin wery has been heard to sa ' " i have one of those famous go ei-iiment books to give away ... " theresa Insnia wills her lilirary job and a box of headaehe jiiUs - to anyone wIkj likes to take orders . . . pat eaulk wills hei- love of boys - to verna sa.ltz - a will that slie enjoys . . . adelaide beaudoin a eute senior miss - wills her housekeeping ability - to anyone who can handle a broom . . . jane beyer wills her height - 111 jeanni ' tte grueiistern a short bul cute little ndte . . . harold brobei-ti ' wills his football |)osition lo bi ' olher earl - pro -idini; ' he ' s in eomli- t ion . . . to bull weber - marilyn corey does will - her trea-in ' ers job - which we know he can fill ... dorolhy Inndqnist is giving away - her stephensim home to roii ' er Inndqiiist today . . . and now the wills ai ' c ended talents galore? you ' ll sui ' ely agree we ai ' e on our way - success to gain and lca e on just our pictures to see!!! 31 •lassmate= senior pla jiliiiy ! lift ;i li)ail (if flic annual ili ' a- matir prodiii-t inn nf llic srnini ' class " llh ' iiiiiiT willy " , the pnlilic siitTeri ' d lhnuii:li it OH janviai ' v 11) and ndialilr i ' c|iiir1s i-ta c that several people wn-e carried out with a stitch in theii- side. Iiol) hakotic was cast as the niischicvnns somewhat eniliai-rassini; ' " iinici ' will ' " who eame in un a liurp. he was clad in nothiiip ' hut a suit of iouu- underwear and a black derhy and oceujiied himself maiidy hy eating- dill jiickles, layin ; ' on tlie flooi ' , and elimhiuL: ' on pianos, everyone ajzreiMl that l)oh was a natural. bill waraiiius was wilhui hliy adanis a ])ampered over-i-aised hoy who suffered from turnip phobia and an o iMabinidaiici- of eod-liver oil. he really suffered vhe;i .someone baekstajie switched the fish oil bottles and he iOt the real stufl ' . the three old maid aunts - hester - ol ' a and Ionise were lois wachter - barbara es- brook and marilyu eoi-ey. they argued about willouji ' hby ' s future and crii ' d at the drop of a renutrk all throuiih the Jilay. prineetion hai ' vard oi- the mnsie conserva- tory was usually the topic of tlu-ir con- versation. shirley winter as niarybelle the neigh- bor ' iri rolli ' d the audiiuice in the aisle. i willi her dull luuuotone - missiuL;- te ' th - anil lian ini;- !ip. ir ' iuia allc ' cyci ' was carol martin - willou;:hhy ' s " heart-throb " who wen! steady with Stanley (eddie i;-odlewski ) onl - becaus ' he used toith-picks and needed reformini; ' . p iul liastien was uiikc Stanley ' s pal who wore his slioc on , lie wroui; ' feet. pat ciiulk and ruth s:-liauer were cast as the marshall twius-a sliuhtly iiiddy pair of hiji ' h school irls. inner will.x ' appeared be ause willou rh- liy rcfusid to assent himself and tell his aunts he wanted to be a i ' t ' oloj ' ist. badiful willouiihby ahi j ot thi-ee dates - earol - trudy marshall - and marybelle for the jiiaduation dance. all entled happily liowever win n mike ami .stan were induced to take marybelle and trudy with a eoi ' - jau ' e and taxi-fai ' e included, inner willy finally departed leaving his lonji- under- wrai- as a remiiuler of his )iresenee. jean I ' eynolds and l-obeil voelkci ' di i-ected the play. 32 classmate senior carnn al senior bal „n maivh 11 the aniuil senior canuval hey -an- - ivnienilM.,- way l.aek i:, was held Ml llie stephens.n hi-1, sehor.l ,,.tolH.r when 1 he senuns r,,u,p ete,l anni hr. (ine ;it ' their -leat taslxs - the haivcst liall . ivm booths of eveiv kiinl li I h-th si.hs ah yes it was quite th.e thne| whe, „f the -vninasium:..some of these hoolhs ta,1e,l ont the thenu. tor he ' Hll v ' ,„nMsted of rin- to-s-penny toss-,ia.-i ■■slun. on harv t moon - hnl I hate f| hoard -k,n and que.n vot ,n. - haskethall say what ,1 was when we .nded. wo l.ad toss and hmuo...at one end of tli,. -yui Ihe n,o:.n alndU hn1 thai as a . th. S, ' he marriage hn.eau for all the eodin. of the uyn, was covered with hun- ' ' ,,ppv lovors " . . .on the sta-e there was .In N of balloons with h.,md ta.-es ,uun1- a side ' show for all the ' ' snekers ' ' . . . ' -l ' ■ " --I ' ' ; ' " ■- ' " - ' ' = ' ' " " " ' " " ' ' I " " " ;- lond serean, were heard fron, th,- hy Iheir neeks Iron, the baskets al oaH, -house of horrors-... " " ,1 of the uvni the sta-e lookod hk. the main altra.-tion of the eveniu- heaven with al the sparkhu- stars on h. was the pie toss in wh.-h a member of tl ; eurtai.e and tho rest of the -ym looked faei her faeliltv volunteered to have pies thrown at liko— wel yon name it. all the lucky couples that came to at 10:00 the coronatKin of the km- the ball swnn- and swayed to tlu- mnsir and queen took place. . .the freshmen won " f ' V de,-aynor and his orchestra, and fhe electimt hv 200 votes. . .their c-andi- J ' uess what - m spite of explodino- halloons dates were Ionise bono and mbert imd- last minntc suli.l it nf urns - the ball was a choir. . corkin- sncec senior pao eant " national holidays " r thanks-ivin- day 1 1 indiq eiidcucr dax ' 111 abraham lincoln " s birthday 1 ' memorial da.v A ' armistice da. ' X v-.j day the tlieme of the senior pa-eaiit - which is a traditicnial and annual affair in Stephenson hi-h school was ehosen in re- spect to the lii-eat importance of the national holidays - which our nation cele- brates each year... these dates represent the important events in ameriean history ...to these si-nificant dates -our pageant was dedicated . . . :lassmate= baccalaureate exercises processional s. h. s. band invocation rev. j. melvin hedin (st. stei)lien ' s clnircli - Stephenson) iim.-.ical selection liaccalanreate sermon father l)onrireois (st. brnno chnrch - nadeau) mnsical seleotion benediction lev. j. melvin hedin (st. steplien ' s chnrch - stciihenson) re.:e.ssional s. h. s. band commencement exercises |i:-(ice-;sii)nal s. li. s. band invocation , rev. melvin klokow (moravian church - daggett) musical selection introdnction of s]ieaker Joseph b. gucky (superintendent of schools) address miss fanny e. Springsteen musical selection pre.ventatioji of awards miss jean reynolds and I ' obert voelker (class advisors) presentation of dijilomas herbert corey (secretary of lioard of education) lienediction rev. melvin klokow (moravian church - daggett) recessional s. h. s. band 34 classmate Ky o o ♦ r O vS classmate juniors a class tlirrc was hy iKiw well (Hi its way toward the end the peak of its cai ' eer. . . they were a Inisy elass ith( y h;id to l)e) and so they rnshed and Im-tled thi ' (inL;h Ihc yeai- with clai-i ' iice hnltnian way unt in the front Sylvia poupoi-c (dainied ice iiresident Shirley stroni was lioiKJi ' ed to he treasui ' er and janii-i ' winter ivrorded ;dl the elass events... they oi ' dered (dass riniis early in the year and s])ons()i-ed feen-ai:r danci ' s hy the score the .juiiio)- play a riot and a hit reeeived orcdiids and com])linients calore and then that ui ' ht when hopes and di ' eauis came trne the wish of every woman in the land was but to meet hei- own sii- ealahead and dance the ])roni away in manner izrande... 3G =classmate= oaonno - riA C iuiiiciv fiirls t,,,, v.AV— left to i-isbt— i-biM tVlli.iu. .-nrnl knyspr. .jiMiiiniif. Jnhi.s ,11 Jnaiiiu. liusli, claint- jardi ' t ' ii, vr,l vnw ri ' a kliia- tli.T.-a diikiiian. laary staiv.yiiski. ..lincrc L.tu. niarlfue man.na. ' l. ' v " ly lu-yk. shirl.y lann,,, .lml,.y .t,-o,„. MU- l.an.,,,. nta Ilil ' illtZ. :;,,! n.w-inlia paul. ,,at w.K.ssn,.,-, plnUis sliami,,. luarlvu ,.l,illili . ' ; ' ;;;j; ' ;;; k..sewski. ,l ' ,n.tl.y n.ul al. rila li.klrr. ,l..lnn.s hraiHln,..-, sl,an u l.ul.l.aul. liliylUs liillliiiniiT. 4:U vnw-jun.. ...Ilank Inuis,- siiitz..,-. iM.v.Hy ray. sylvia l " ' " " ; " ;: ' - ' ; ' ;; ' " " ' ;;;;;; 1 |,i,-,. ,l,.lann.ll... jnycr nau-,-,.. ,■!,■.. Ihcia-y. ..lanu. m.ll.M, l-aUic m, mail. .-,tl. row-,lo,oll,y fran.unr. ln.il!,. tlan.n, rnlh l aulry. jaiiir,. yi„lr,■. jran lialvnrsi ' ii. icaiiiii ' lti. L;viic ' ii ti ' ni. floviMHi. l-;alai-kas. (Ul, n,w-.l,.n.ll,y kakuk. n.ll.lv.l li-H-. lav,!,., adaia-. .naiilyi. nanll. j.-ainu. IcaviTk, allele ui.Mifnrd. ciiia sail .. 37 classmate 5 9 9 ' " 5 ' f - I f ■ I ; ' f ) ' ? » r r r Ci c . f m o o, ev ,..- • ,V p. -J -J ,; , :i li -; f r a o . rs r , r% rs f ( r ' - ' -7, ;3t: inninr Ixiys lop row — left to rifilit — ro!;er luii(li|uist. (loiuild kins;, niyiiiond hlniii. .ilviii iulaius. sci ' mIiI rlioili . .m-ofKc r:ilioiii. Ljcjr.lcii nelson. i-(j;;er ni.Ners. h.irnld sclilenvost. roliert klitzke. Unil i-o v — leonunl clianiiieiin. leonnrd fiimdek, i,:it nioraii. fichanl henson, i-onald iialosnari. clareiire Iniltni.an. .John doyen, ervin t ' oley. eruin hart, .alien rliode. .Srd row — philip Carroll, John forssherg. donald nera(. en;;ene sniitli. iris .giirdner. warren deinille. leonard doinbroski. edward fi ' eis. tlioni.is holen. leo kaezniari ' .yk. -Illi row — arnold tanvass. vernon snutli. carol ;;:irdner. mike niirhnirk. david earlson. hill cole, kenneth lindstroni. riclianl livard. roi;er loffjren. alien hi ' oheri;. . " Ill i-ow roherl weher. .jack k.alisliek. diamlas iiordin. eiaiesl weher. eric hat ' einan. don.ild wavlieri; " . :5S classmate O O V classmate sophomores a class there was (well kiinwii liy this tiiiiel secure in knowing- tliey " the si)|)li(iiii:ii-es " were they knew tlie ins and outs, deliji ' lited in explaining- to the " fro h " what Wdulil ocenr tliriiULihdUt the year, their qnict pre-ident Joanne hedin-so caiiable-so full of fricndlini ' ss edwina parrett wrote the niinutes-and viee-])resident was deunis meintz-no le-s ii ' alli kuehei ' a took elass funds in hand she came from hnngary not long ' ago. tolioggaiiing full of spills-hot dogs to eat composed a class ])ar1y by no means slow, the sophomore year, when nothing matters more than football-dances in the gym. and all throughout the term they talk abovit the day when they-as-juniors-walk around the halls. 40 classmate= 4 soiilioiiiiiii ' uirls t.iii n,w— It ft i« ri-lit— innvlpiH- mi-Is,,ii. jny.-c sw.-ms m, fliiuic stnbc vnlli kiu-licni. carol Ij.-iii.si.ii. (InroUiy linnnni;;. lilli.ii) r.istlaiMl. nliili tlaiiiai. ireiu ' iiiathins, jcyrc ciivlicc. I ' lal n.w— .-muflim ' luajkizak. (Imi-Is rnss. , arnl liisiiia, sliirlpy ri.-k.-usoii. icisciiiary iianvtt, iiatiicia Icuiiic. ciuiid ' limwii. i-v.-lyii jolii]s..ii. uiaiicni ' (laliH. (Idi-iithy (lavi . :!i-(l r.iw— eduiiia iiarn-tt, lictty r,n;-y. doiis s.liiuidl. sliirlcy Icnikr. aniln-y nclsni,. iiiaii..ii rasiiiiisscii. jiiur rcaklry. l.ctty bh.ui. nil h Irt-lify, j..-aiincttc fraiucHir. 4lli row— suzaiuie spitzcr. liciiriclla waylii ' i-. iioiiiia l.ri-lit. rnsciiiary aiuler- soii. jaiu-t .idliusnii, j.riiiiiit. Iicclhi. lonaiiic I;luI. uiary liir .ki.w ski. lu ' lty aiiiaii. belly jaiir ili ' iiiiliiv .-.III i-,, v--siizaiiii( ' lii.inik. licvcily joliii.smi. luariiarel scliiiiiill, [lalriria linil.-- iMith, siiiij.a smidlici ' .;. lila paiiif. Clli TdW— sally swaiisdii. liuiclhy hiTsiai. dclla r aiis. 41 classmate O I Q A ' % " : 9 ' ' " lOrli urndi- buys top row — left to right — iiormaii tiiinstrn. edward btickuian, alien revall, riohard forsberg. Steve kakiik, alien dnca, terrance fellion. kenneth pi iss(iii. liardid droese. robert dnffrin. 2nd row — robert paidl. lawrence Intri. diaries anderson. robert woessner. loren backman. alfred desjarlais. francis ga.voii, warren wa.vberg. francis mel- linger, roger adams. 3rd row — jim nelson, dennis meintz. leonard niorin. clyde thoune. henry walli, carl niathias, harold anderson, kenneth hofer, rlehard anderson, kenneth kraiise. 4th row — cnrtis anderson. james grinsteiner, virlyn burie. george ehernovsky, earl hroberg. glen berqiilst. niarvin newlin, david behrend. roger gadda. 42 classmate A A O classmate freshmen a class there was (the i-lass has just lieymi ' ) as o-reeii as irehmd ' s isle (or f: ' i-een-snpi)()Sfdly) who wandt ' i-ed aimlessly iiliniit llie halls throUf;-h doors iiiarked-liark ! ye olde i)rivate entry they like exeitenieiit-( fiehl trii)s and the like) and iierfornied deeds most uiic()ii -eii1ional their classes usually beji ' aii with paiidemoinnm a happening eonfusing-but unintentional aine kreu -er led them (ah a meri-y chase it whs) u ' eorjic carroU was vice president hetty horvatli-ye (|uaiiit old secretary was Shirley foley held the money, ah sweet content — they passed the year in riotous unconcern their class party? toboji ' ganing. thrills sulilinn — their only hope to pass their tests with a " s. and stay up late — at least ' till after nine. 41 classmate ' .Itli i;ia:li ' uirls t,,i, v» U ' fl I " liuht i..:niii. ' p.-.rUaiisky, iioiki siiikIIiim-:; (Sili m-.nlD, r.irrino .■:aii(l. enrol forslierK, i " ii i Icisi.ii, dclorcs j..liiison. inaxiuc liouiennk, I ' ldiiris aiiiU ' VSdii, lucillc lailcau, lictlv Icililis. liiid row— sally i)etfr,s(m, lois kalu:k. doris tlncat. .iuiit- jardfcii. aricn.- i;toss, lutty wali-her. Janet thorpe. joaii iihilliiis. iiiarilyii lawreiicc. y.rd row— shirl..v f..ley. d.don-s liaviUa. rila kosewski. iiiarilyn .■ri.-kson. ..,,■1, lacassc. katlicriiic braxl. ' r, |inlly iilutiliak, dorothy carlsoii, f;ladys sakovilz. 4tli i-dw— Joan shannio. irfn( hoffnian. donna davis. clainc lutri. carol corpy. Ionise beno, cnnii-c c-arlson ( Stli srade). slicrril sinion. oih row— d. ' lores j..linsoii. belly kiiliple. belly liorvalb. jean koller. sbirley delaiirelle, rosemary inuiiia. heiii-ielta lioye, fern brii;bt. 45 classmate 9 n e - A aril . A- r ■ ' i r Q. r a . a a y , % f ■ c f f n f r rii .■ ■i. - _ ' ' ' O " illli ,i;|-:ulf Imivs lipl ' rciw — left til rifjlit — JMck !)fciff. llnyd licuilc, niMiiriiv jdliiison. jolin kovacli. mickey Iiurke. piuil i;ustiifs(iii. iicvc lici-zsiMiyi. li(i v;ir(l lnil)li:ir(l, s.-iiimcl fei ' guson, george (-jirrnll. 2iiil rii y — hikling lin lei-(itli. cugciic traiircnir, iaiiics hackiii.iii. i-cucr ganliifi-. liciiny liiskot, eriu ' st Vdclkt-r, clarciK-c iiflki v, inlicrl mchlioir. clilcni l(il)erK( ' r. nilpli eastlaiid. :;i- l niw — kiMiiiclli kiszcly. jdlin iiiM-at. jcpsi ' |ili zii ' l. uillaiil tickler, ilavid liediii. uary leaf. I ' ligeiie liaiifni ' il. ilaiwii] dicliiii, edwniil williaiii- llh r.) v--iiiii man klitzke. aiiie kiaieger. nilierl suiitli. lelaicl deacdii. niger liidda. rniiald davies. darrell weiiiierfjreii. Iinilciia row iiiuald liei-scm. ker-uiil c-aflson. mlperl liidsizer. Stanley liK zkiiws ' ki Icpicn lerciy. Clyde IliiilU]! ' . haridd diMcse, virlyii liiuie mi Kllh made picnu ' e. jaines pelrell nil Sili i;rade iiiiiiiri ' . classmate classmare a r ! Q O. r f?! ' T ( 8rh orade Ci (f . c Q ' o f i o o «% a. ? « o t jlj . (- j;r .;■; ;- ,..- - - - £ ' -) i 1 " Ntli viudc liiiv- lij|i row -left t(i ri ' iht — .jdliii y.-irdiiiT. cl.-ivid w.ilkci ' . d.ixid l:i w icii ' i ' , l;cilli d.i i ' . vayiiiiiii:! (hiniiic. lirliard li in.v, alhii j(iliiis(iii. iaiiii ' di ' iiiilU ' . Iiinciicc ki;iiiicr, Icn li.-iilisli. L ' lid r(p v -li ' fl to rii;lit -jaini ' s jclri ' ll. nick llmiicy. civiii cv.iii . nlii ' ii Imyi ' . .iaiiics ciisi ' lircr. Icrny siiiilh. w.i. lie r.iilsdi], li— wiiitrr. hikr siiclinvsky. Lirry walli. Xid rciu Julian viin-rnl. Jciin w ibcr;;. cnji ' st wariicr. illia}ii t ' ilziiat rirk. jaaifs i:t - r v vy.. liarlaii liiidcml li. Ii iiaid lui ' ilil. joliii Icsiicraiui-, dunalil tlKii ' iK ' . iiels watz. Imltoii] rcpw -dirk idiilliiis, John laninnla nc. diinal l sinifli. P ' » t O sill yi-adc i;ii-ls to]) row - lid ' l to i-ii;lil — slniicy da ics. cliristinc clu ' i-nipvsky, raiolinr chi ' iiio sky. Joanne can-oil. rose n ' .ac clirisit n en. barliara licamh ' in. ni.iiilyn lio idan. dixie sclnnidt. .jipan ui-insl iner. slnrl y eorey. l nd row- .janiic lioiink. doiis llioiine. sliiili ' y kr:ii;s, luarl.a swanson. donn.i li.ansen. clcanor Inulidalc. i.-iulini ' Irolik 1 .al ' ici iiii ' li-liey. .■;r 1 i-ow -iloipil li lasmns-en. helly welici-. arleiie leacon. .ioanne paikansk.v . nona nndlier ' 4. enni( e cai ' Ison are on IMIi urade iii lni ' i ' . 48 =classmate= i 7th oradc c% ( , r d " ., , ai f r mBi Cpi •.7t Q r . ' , ■ ' ;( usMM: l(,n row— iHft to riiilil -uiarliii Imida, (l .iial(l iluffiiii, mUvvt luuic, josc|ili U ' iive.-k. William lianis. i;uiiiiar iiasluii.l, iical liakos. ..u vnc brohci- c, rn ' .iprt luiniuiiu. will " ' rf wauui ' viii. L n,l row -left to i-ii;lit— fol.ort jozaitis. .lavid vivard. rolaiul palzewirz. jrvi-y niailin. rolxTt visiiri. James strolil. robort boizsiMiyi, lliomas kakiik. fobcrt ka( iiiaiczyk. jai-k lialvorseii. •lid row— Ifft to riuld— robcrf carroll. doiiiiis iH-trcIl, sborwiii wils.m. warren slnim, r.ibert erirksoii. william idiilliiis, Jai.H ' s iloyeii, keiiiielh beau. loin, bollom row -left li rii;bt— l-obert :;ayoii, everetf anderson. roniiie winter, vii lor laiiioiita iie, thonias van. ..fviii evans. rbharl leroy. (bivid walker on Sfli uraib- piiture. ura de iiirls i kr.aus. rutli wam ' erin. Imp row -left to ri lit iiiarie vanileiiboiiteii. ear.: l,..,,-|,ar.a laiiointe. moni.a ka las .ewski. pal rieia lionaMaiik. earol andersoii. k.ireii eore . madeline .-iii. sbii-ley badisb. ' ,.d row -b.rraine vaiidenb..iiten, beverly bayv ard. June .baiiey. ruby eloiil ., patrieia alli;e.ver, marlen,. leaveek. jean sunberi;. jiidilb baekman. p.ilrieia anderson, d.arleiie er,-ine. " ,rd row- katldeeii walli. pbyllis wiUi,ims, minry riekeiis belle m..rris, mary 1 ait;e, lierniee Jobiisoii, I!) classmate autographs .ill =c :lassmate= read ill ritin and rithmetic well - !i-;mu- if ynu ' ll put down those fniiny liooks ami porket the diee (i know the ' i-e loiided) i ' ll let VdU in for a sur- prise, there ' s more to this salt mine (selio(il that isl than meets the eye. why thi.y even have . ' lasses here, hop up -n Ihf (.111 s.h. . hand wa-on and we ' ll do a litth ' toui-ini; ' . :lassmate= Joseph li. uncky su|irriiit( ' li(l( ' iil (if schddls iiTiild c. mail ill ])riiii i|ial ivcrylxxly knows niir tall siiiiling- sii- ]ieiiiitt ' ii(l( ' nt and how lie has seen most (■■very state in the union mo t of Canada and the best jiart of mexieo. but what they tlon ' t know is tliat lie is a brand new member of the " ' flying ' selioolmen " . upon joining; ' this oi-i: ' anizatioii - mr. i;ueky went to eliieaj:d - detroit - new jer.-ey - new yofk and atlantie city, tliis was a ten tlay event maile up of lid si ' hool adiiiinistratoi ' s from ' 20 states. iiir. liiieky e:insi(hTs hiiiitinj ' or fish- ini! ' to be the ideal sport and pastime dur- iiiii ' the season you ean always find him piir- iiinii ' his i|iiarr y. mr. L;u -ky zraduated from harris hi;;! ' s ' hool. from there he atteiuh d fei ' ris in- stitute - iiiii viTsity of iiiii-hiiiMii and iiiii versify of chieai -o. we all know j. b. is our ond friend, somelime r nei ' d friends. need any advice, ideas or thing ' s of that nature ' ? the princi]ial of our fair school is your best best . . . besides beinj; ' a super fisherman, mr. martin is an ex- eellent photojiTapher so that no one can dispute his word with reii ' ard to fisli stories ... if he e -er ii ' ives up teachinu ' you may find him settint;- up a detective bureau with the three little martins as assistants . . . loiiu- li -e the eommandei-I ' I L lassmate sciciii-c ili ' pnrtniciit test tuhos - scales - water displaeei! by wood - smelly eniyfisli and slimy iiis ' ht- e ' rawlers all are part " of the paraphernalia used or misused in the science department, edmer lacasse has jurisdiction over the two hiolotiy cla--;es. lioth Minimunity and liii-ic lui)lo,i;y are taun ' ht dissection - work witli the miscroscoije - and sketchinji ' specimens are all part of the lab work for both classes, basic bioloo-y students expect to uo to colU a-e so their work is naturally more technical, emphasis in the coiiiinun- ity class is on the area wi ' livt ' in - and hnw liioloii ' y concerns it. havuij;- Si o years in the army - a " bs " deg-ree from northern - and 3 years of coaching- experience at harris - nir. lacasse has been able to survive o years of teacli- inu ' at " ' i.h.s. ' and has even h ' ai ' ncd {• lilu- it. vcrnon zdtle - ti ' .ichcs both cdmmuii- ity and basic cheudstry as mr. lacasse does ill biology, curriculum taugiit the first ;.emester is the same in lioth (dasse-;. tin- community cdass woi-ks witli the more practical a pei ' ts of cheiiii-tr - 1hc last seme ter. mr. zettle wore his nni1;n- l)oard wiih " hs " degree uiidei- it at iiiichigan state, he has done graduate work at thi ' univer- sity of michigan. 7 girls and 7 boys (all seinors) are foniiil in I he physics class. it is one of the iiKist jirartieal (dasses taught in the high school, exjiei-iments in heat - electric- ity - and friction arc all part of th ' . ' cruise. tile expeiiiiK m1 ill freezing has becoiiic a tiaditioii. that ' s the day ice cream i. made, thi- year dug mehdioii and hai-old piatt baked the cakes to lie ratiMi with the ice cream. here ' s youi- chance - girl.-- i1 ' s iio1 every boy thai can baki ' . l:ci: Id iiiarlin - beUcr known as " llie i( iiiiiiaiidcr " ti;iches the class, mr. martio lias a degree from western michigan college of c Incation - and has done graduate work at the univci ' s ' ty of michigan. mr. martin laiight school a1 tepliciis:in for S years luldiiej ' the posilioii ol ' principal the lasl " _ ' . im eilmer la -asse ' ei noli zel tie ;-):! Cli lassmart (MlLlliNll ilc|Kirl liirlif " i-eadiiii; ' - ritru - and ril liiiiclic taui:lil I ' l the tiiiir (if tlii ' liickdry stick " . tliiTi ' was a time wIiimi the ' rs wt ' i-. ' " it " wIh ' ii it cullies ti I ' lliicat idii. times Imvi- ehaiiiicd — hut tlieyre still iiiip(irtaiit. the eiie ' lisli de|iartiiieiit wliieli takes in the first two is eoiisei|iiently (iiie (if the lari;est (k ' liai-tnipiits ill s.h.s. miss luisli - teaches the iiKist liasic of all fiiji-lish cltLsses - en-lish !l. the m students read ivaididc - itave book iw ] (irts - wrote themes - and did a unit on sjieech work. community ene ' lish 11 is a s( ])h()iuor( (das-s. as in other euiilish coui " ses theme writine- and uramiiiai- arc stressed, there is - however - work done on te(dini(|nes of ;:ronii and panel discussions, mrs frances weiji-and wields the hickory stick in tlie class, mrs wei ' aiid teaches classes in tli " math - social science - and english depart- ments and s.o enjoys variety in her teach- iiiii ' . mrs weiiiand (dainis the distinction (if li(doii;:iii,i; ' to the " delta kappa eamina " the honorary teaching ' society. american literature - senior english - contemiKirary literature - and communily enu ' lish are classes taueht by miss i-cy- n( l(ls. an eiii;-lish m;ij(ir fnnn the university of michiuau - .jean rcynolds siieiids her tcaidiiui; ' time iujcctin;: en lish into the kids who have an attraction for " dose " and " dems " . mis-s I ' eyiiohls has forfeited lier one fre( ' periiid a day to teach a course in dramatics, iio credit is uiven - and it i.- purely an (dci-ti ' e course, work in debate - ilramatic I ' cadiniis - extemporaneous speak- in ' was (|( eiitilisli is the most luactical and iiios+ used subject t;iUL;l)t. who can sjiend even one hour without speaking ' (esjiecially al s.h.s. I . ' if students cannot discover the im|i(iMaiiee in readiiii; " macbeth " they do find practicabibly in leariiiu ' ]iiihlic speaking, after- IHur years uf liit h school at s.h.s. the " v(iu-e kids " - and " thai theirs " sdita di appear. ;iiut so: ' jean rcynohls frauecs wci iand . ' )! =c :lassmate= matlu ' iuatirs tlrpiirtiueiit tliiM-p " s more to the s.h.s math depart- miMit than aiklinj; ' and suhtraetiu ' . .every- thint; ' fi ' om how to fill out an iiu-ome taK hhiiik to how to find the triu ' ononietrie functions of an o!ilii|Ue triangle is tau ' ht . two praetieal math eourses - g ' eneral matli and eommunity math- boa ' t an en- rollment of 67 students. . .in the former iiirs. weiji ' and tea.-hes hankinj ' - l)U(li;etin,u - insurance - and social security. .John sund- qnist ji ' ives his students a peak at tii ■ uiai-ch loth deatli sentence in community math. . .inter])retini: ' data- analyzint; ' ■ and home ai ' countiiii; ' are all part of tli " course . . . mr. sundi|uist - witli a bachelor of science dej;ree - a math major - and an e.x- traordinai-y amount of patience - teaches community matii - elementary alg-ebra - plain geometry- and advanced math... advanced math is frequented by po- tential engineering students - scientific geniuses - suckers for hard work - or people who by some fate confess a love for ad- vanced algebra and solid geometry... mr. sundquist has traveled from Wash- ington (I.e. to California - and the Philippine islands... he is noted for his patience in tlie eyes of students who get the angles of triangles and income tax forms confusi-d with other angles and forms... gerald martin " the commander " - teaches trigonometry - tlie mo t advanced of all s.h.s. math courses .. .six boys test their i)rain potential in the class. . .trigon- ometry fundamentals ai-e stressed. . .if it ' s true math that helps one to think -the six prodigies will have a head start on most of us . . . math is accelerating brain work dv a series of red -brown erasers. . .the tests arc preceded by a panic burning of the mid- night oil or a systematic review. . .math is difficult. . .it is fun . . .it tests one ' s brains or lack of brains. . .s.h.s has a math depart- ment to be i)roud of. . . John sundiiuist 00 c lassmatc fdiiiiiii ' i-cial (li ' |i;ir1 incut jaiiics sIkuM has ilc I ' lopnl a I ' esiiiiaiif voice liy pacing: " li|i and ilnwn the typin;; ' roinn cliantini: ' asiH ' - ;lk.|. his slnilcnts (Icvehipcd tlicii- voices liy u ' ripiiit; ' alidiil the evils t(i cnil all c ils - speeds aiul a " - curacies. .S. " ) kids ]iinnLd the tyiiewriters ill 1st year ty|iin - - and 14 stru ' ' ' le with husiness letters and miincoL:! aplis in liiisi- iiess practice. thirty-six -als take dictation and learn secretarial traits in first and second year .shorthand, sitting;- on tlie Ixisses " knee is prohibited. twelve finani ' itd wizards care enout;h ahout money to pend a period a day in hookkee|)inL;-. it ' s so much fnn analy .iiii; ' those fiiiiu ' es I numbers that isi. mi-. short graduated from the school at maniuette. not tiie one with the bar.s at the window - Init northern miidiig ' aa college of education. on mr. short ' s free eveninu ' s he referees basketball ji ' ames. nie think- he practices for these bouts in tith hour husine-is prac- tice cla-s. it take; a ji ' orxl teacher to make us sla e ! he does. mrs. wei ' jand shows 7(1 kills h i v I(j get aiding- in the hnsine-s training: (dass. the kids leain aliont the maich loth death sentence- eai] -. (income tax), they learn about bank invi ' stmeiits - but who in this day ami ;n e has anytlniiL; to inve t . ' they study insni ' ance - I ' ai- and life - interest I ' ompmind and simple that is - eiie, k book babinciiiL; ' . James short 5(i =classmate MUTilMlltUl ' C (Icpai ' tllll ' llt woiilil villi like til jiul ' i ' piitatoes. ' wdiilil yon liki ' ti sc ' a iiindi ' l ' (cow that is), thi ' ii lakr vii;-at ioiial ai:. if yii ' i would like to .jiuluc contests or lie in a imlilic sjicakiiit; ' (■onti--t . . then vocational h ' j:. is for yon - because the at: ' . Iioys can ' l lie licat for eiiei ' iiy. he ide- pai t ieipatiiiL; ' in pnlilic speakinu ' and jutl ' ini; ' contes+s the aii ' i ' iculture classes take part in the deiiioiistration of a ' . skills - iiarliaineiitary priK-eilure contests- leadeivhip training cainp;s - field ti ips - exi)ei-iniental plots and jn-ojects in livestock - [loultry - hoi ' s anil faini croiis. this industrious class plays an important part in the future fanners of america asMX-iatioii - which take. ' them to the upiier iieninsula - state and national f.f.a. ciinventions. there are three agriculture clas-;es - ae-. 1 with -(I students - a;4 ' . 11 witli Ij: students and a III with 18 students. e. waif red ii;ra.n-koji ' ha ■. a talent for drawing and telling stories with his draw- ings - as any student will tell you - for h has entertained us many times. to a swell teacher and a wonderful ag. deliartineiit - the school extends its bivst wishes. walfred granskog foreign language department thirty nine s.h.s. shnioos have learned to greet each other - " como esta listed? " ' i ' ln talking about las seimritas and los senoras who study 1st year siianish. sennrita husliy teaches the class, be- cause of a scarcity of pupils three stu- tlciit are learning ' 2nd year siianish via the worklniok with miss Imsbys assistance - of course. forei,i:n languages are almost a necess- ity for college prep student.s. lack of in terest in Spanish may be stimulated by the s|ianish club - one of the few social clubs ■aX s.h.s. the members study Spanish his- tory and customs, several parties were on the agenda. Shirley hiisby left noi ' lhern with an a.b. degree - a Spanish ma.jor - anil her bone china collection of cujis and saucei ' S. her home is in maniuette and she is a staunch defendci- of the land of ice and snow, slies di-eaming of i summer at the university of mexico. liliena suerte - senorita liilsby y sliort ' siisie ' coach ! sliirle - husbv classmate social sciciii-c ili ' paiiini ' iif iiir. nclkcr who li:is Irt ' t his mark ( ii ' Mi states and made his x in (he hotel rejristers of .S joii-itiii countries reiii ' iis ovei ' the social science deimi-tment. n:5 sad sacks fought their way through everythinii- from the revolntioiiary wai ' to the liatilc of the six-weeks tests iu i;. s. hist;M-y. tlicy were consoled only when thi ' v heard that the seniors were having! ' as much fun in cii)ii]inlsory anierican si ' ov- ernmeiil. it s so easy to i;ct the jjresideilts mixed with the cabinet (jfficei ' s or those darn battles in the wron ' wai ' . somethin ' _; nuiqiie happened this year, believe it ir not some of ns (may your sonl rest in peace) wanted a class, the victim was iieoiifaphy. " - ' . " i kids are non ' flyinu ' hii;h on the westerly winils and dreaniini;- of lho,-e far away islands where everybody eats coconnts and wears urass skirts. freshmen and sophomores leai ' n the abc ' s of woidd history - andiitecture - bat- ths anil cullni-e. now yim ' s-c had a peek at nir. voelker ' s (■lasses, hi ' carries his bachcjoi ' of science and bachelor of arts dcLii-cc in his lirief ease alonj: ' with the senioi " scholastic. socioloizy is the hist of the social science i it-toijct lici ' s. mis. wcii;aiid h:is .jurisdiction o cr our iircy matter when i( conies to heredity and en vii ' onment or what ha e ym that makes us the way we arc. home and family liviiiL: ' finds its way into the course. we pondei ' weak and weai-y ovei- the ti ' ials of i-unniui; ' a home or- how lo catch a man. i hea en save nie for slandei ' in " ' oiu- of our finest c(UU ' sesK r ' ' ♦ m robei ' l Miclker y :■)« classmate lionit ' IT. (lf|iartiiioiit (lid ynii ever smell the delii-icms nilo;- of Imiiit iiiiitriiis seepiiiti- thrdn.iili the liaIN of s.h.s. ' (hni ' t iMiiifuse it with the ehi ' iii istr ' lah. hhiliie it nn the h:iliie ee ileparl iiieiii. it was heanl that the kitis had a simw hall t ' iulit (Hitside with th ■ rolls the. ' made. one ihillU ' they luu ' e (ivei- the siKiw halls is that the I ' olls don ' t hreak. the teaelKM- in this fahuloiis hoiiie ee department is miss rosemary ramsey who hails from niag ' ara Wisconsin. she ohtaiued her degree from eentral state teaehers eoUege at stevens p;iint wiseonsin. her hohhies are skiing and skatinu and she is espeeially interested in sewing, miss ramsey has three classes during the day of two ]ieriods eaeli. there are 4 " J freshmen gals, io sophomores and 18 sen iors. some of the projects that the gir ls accomjilish during the year ai-e sewing, cooking, emhroidei ' ing, knitting, child care. one of the important events in this (dass is till ' spring fashion show at whii ' h they model the clothes they made dnrini; the year. in may they .go to a f.h.a. meeting al marquette. it ' s held at northern college, not the prison. duck!!! here comes a muffin 1 ! ! rosemary ramsey who started the myth that lihrarians are dull-old maids? hetli hrown — one of the most vivacious s. h. s. teachers is neither. mrs. brown left new york to go to col- lege in " michigan my michigan " . she couldn ' t very well leave our fair state and has taught in Stephenson high for six years and married a stephenson nuin — botli achievements to lie proud of. besides lieing chief book looker npper- and magazine cover collector in th( library beth has charge of several study halls. aftei- sidiool hours she listens to her collection of classical records w ' hile drink- ing tea out of english cups (collecting them is another fine of her hobbies), and have you heard that she writes excellent lioctry ! rlizabeth Ill-own fil) classmate uiiisii- (Ii ' |iar1 iiiciif nuifjdi ' ir (lickr ' Wfivi ' s tlic lijitiin in the hand rdciiii. the ' strains (if the blue (hiiiiilic mix with tile clantiiiiL: ol ' tlic steam pipes and the 2. ' 5 niae tros lia e a l:)t of fun. tliev appeai-ed in tlieir snappy hand nnif(il-ms cDnie h;isl;ethal! nr t ' ii()tl)aJl •auies. aliec lispei ' aiicc led tlie pricessioii at tlie lidine ■oinini; ' sliin-dii:-. 7 " i ii ' ifls lift tlieir voices in the two filee i-juh. tliey siiii;- out of sliei ' r eiijox - liieiit as v(dl a- prartiriiiL; f,ir the annual s]n ' ini; eoneert. ' 2 junior lii,iili ehoirs hleiul their voices twice a week. 4!) of the junior size earusos learn music fundamentals. occasionall ' tliey li-leii to the way it should he done ii the re -ord. e cn the tirade kids ji ' et their twn- iiote worth out of the iinisic department, they take sini; ' nii oi- folk daiiciiiii ' rii ht I ' l theii- sti ' ide. tin ' liii: ' e ' ent came on clirist- iiias when they cliariiied the publie with an I pci ' clta. I lie cheiaihs had a i;reat time, and so did I he audience. ni ' ss dickey holds slii ' cp skiiis fi uii coi-nell collc ' jc and coliuuhia uiii ' ersity. the amazinc thini; ali(Uit her thouiih is she seem- to enjoy her i-la ses as much as her prodia ' ies. music hath (duirm and so hath oui ' director. marjorie dickey lUI c lass mate sliiip (li ' |iai t iiiciil scvfii1y-s ' x |»it ' iitial (•ai-p ' ' nli ' i-s - rail iiipt makt ' i-s - faniirrs - or liamly Imsbaiuls li ' aru the i-i lit way ti) l " tliiiii s - at tii. ' s.li.s. shop. the st ' ViMith and rii lilli -radc 1hi s l,.ai-n liiiw t(i usi ' liatid loiil . li " ' !l ii i;radr liiMii ' ral shop units of iiisti-uction include mechanical drawiuus - wood work iu - - some metal work - and printing ' . a course in farm shop is offered lo l)oys enrolled in agriculture. the slioi) department is huildiug a cahiu for the gioup camp near wells jiark. groups from every clas have woi-ked on the construction under the suiiervision ot a carpenter, the building is almost finish- ed. fred pintal is shop instructor, eignt vear . at stephensou liigli scliool must have conditioned him to tlic litlh- monsters " cause he even enjoys his work. he cai)tured his hs degree from western michigan college at kalamazoo. lie conhhrt resist the u.p. attractions (scenic tliat is) and has liuilt a home at stcphcnson. rol)ci-1 dando. -etcran ' s instr ictor - reduces one of the crowded shop classes by working with a group of 12 boys on special Jil ' oject-. manual arts arc always important - b ' lt in ail agricultural community they are doulily s:i. the coui ' se is a practical one and the bo -s are taking ad intage of it. i . fred pmlal ai ' t (-U ' i)ailment ahoy all you potential artists, look what Stephenson now has - not only an art department but a new art teacher (and what a teacher), mrs. hughes com- mands about 40 students in two cla.sses - besides a junior high class, i wonder how many boys are enrolled. ' ) mrs. hughes has a b.a. degree froui michigan state - and has traveled through- out the west - east to michigan and through Canada. wlien she isn ' t ti- iug to po uid sk ' tch- ing - painting - house plans - scenes from montana - water colors - study of color - or portrait painting into these 40 thick heads - mrs. hughes occupies herself with sewing - textiles - all kinds of painting - flower arranging - horseback riding - and house designs. before coming to stephensou, mrs. hughes taught at St. mary ' s school for jiroblem girls - and greenville public sc-liools in michigan. f.1 classnKUf allili ' fir ili ' piii ' l iricrif " ' i iiii; til the li ' iiinr liini jlit . ' " is alunil llir most Used i|llrs| khi IosmmI iil ' dllli.l s.li. . Ilic ii ' |il iKil iir;i lly is " of nmrsr ' ' . athletics li;i r iilways lirrii in tlir spvit- iiil ' lit wlirii it ciiiiics tn s.li.s. rxt ra-i ' iirricn- iar ai-tivitit ' s. this yrar sdinrthini; ' Idi- s(iini ' thint;s) iirw has 111 I ' ll aihh-il tii tiic athh ' tif de- ])ai ' tiiH ' )il . thr siiiiii ' thiii ' s tuck s.h.s. likr JiTailt t(i:ik I ' ii ' hlliollil. the 1-ct ' criMlcr is lit ' riiiirsf til iiiir iii ' w riiai-h - ivilici ' t ' ji ' i ' iiaiiil anil as-istaiit cuach - fraiiris rapparrt. hiith the hiiil. -liiiihlers i aptufi ' il thi ' ir sht I ])-slviii friiiii iiiii ' hiti ' aii statr. lur. i-apparit - a ui ' aiiiiatr nf s.ii.s. - riiuldn ' t re ist our iiia,L;iietic ' pers iiialitie.s and foiiiid his way baek to steplieuson. mr. p ' eniaiid coaclied an undefeated football team at pi ' eou - niichiii-an last year, this year at s.h.s he I ' li-eivi ' d his sei-ond year of tearh- iuii ' ( -xpei ' ienee one niore run; ' on his way to hecoinin ' a eollei.; ' e eoaeh. elasses for the rith - ()th - 7th - and •Stli si ' rade .u ' irls and boys are taui;-ht. the boys are introduced to football and basket liall fundamentals, tliey ti ' y tlii ' ir hand at tnmblini: ' - vvrestliui; ' - voUey-liall - soft- ball - track and I ' alisthenics. the iils play ba.sketliall - volleyball - Softball - and other team g ' ames. sijuare dancing- and 1 uinliliriii ' are also supervised. to hifih school boys !l - 12 the athletii ' department offers foolliall - basketball and track. . " lib - (ith - 7lh - Sths grades and 9tli i;rade lioys are cxjiected to take pliy. ed. the hiiih school o ' irl.s and boj ' s in grades 111 to 12 are eiicoiiray-ed to take athletics. ' i crc lit is niMMi each yeai- to hi ' h sc-hool kids participat inn ' . so - uaiiL; ' - take a peek annind. those Iniill in imiscles on our ixtys are here to sta -. robert L:einaiid francis rappadt (i ' 2 classmate ( I I ' vehii waiiui ' riii ■il■ ' iniM liansoii it ' you ' ve ever been absent or tanlv fi-din sclidol and went to the offiee to K ' t ail excuse - you were sui ' e to see evelyn waiiji-eriu . . .evelyu is nir. martin ' s new si-eretai-y and a very eapaljle one... s he writes out tlie excuses for absences and tardinesses - does the filing and types out tlie office letters... so you can see she is kept Inisy . . . evelyn ' s opinion of Stephenson high school i.s — " it is growing fast. " who does everyone run to with all their prohjenis - complaints and thousands of other things. . .none other than mrs. hvrou hansou (better known as " (lin " ) . . . ail yes she certainly is kept busy as secri;- tary to nir. gucky ... can you imagine anyone this busy with a hobby. " , .nevertheless she has one - which is - collecting pictures. . . mns. hanson was a cheerleader in her school days and is still actively interested in all sports events . . . if you have a iiroblem - if you want supplies - if you want to use the telephone just see mrs. hanson. . .that ' s if mr. gucky isn ' t dictating to her. .letters - of course. . . (i:! classmate jmiiiii ' iii;;li Id anil lii ' liiild! it ' s a cyclone! a mail man! hcailiiii;- riuht I ' m- ynu tno! Init wail — don ' t l)f alarmcil — it ' s seen on anil has slowril ilown . . . ( to a mild trot) Ihat my drai- t ' l ' icnds was " one " of our rnturi ' liii;li srI I st ndcnts, . , dear litlK ' t liiniis sti-ii,u-;;linj: ' alon; - tliroutj ' h tlu ' sr toUiih yrars — ji ' aininu fast the places we have treasured so hmti and that we soon will I) ' . ' ha ' iii,iz- to ' i ' e up . . . no one is more deserving ' of these honoi- places (and who else could ji ' et them) than oui- shining se -enlh iiraders. . . they weiT lurky this year when they sna ' iiii ' d two ei-y understanding and eo- op.ei-ative teachers nu ' s Judith mortou and mr. h.iri-y woudei-s for homeroom advis- or-.. . . mis. mortou i|uiet — atti ' aetive — and snppnrtiii ' j a swell pei ' sonality in-tru(• .■ ine se cnth Lirailc rore ... in this core tit ' thirty two pupils they plan interestiuy and edueationid projects and then woi-K " on I lirm . . . ha iiiti- traveled throxi ;h iiiieli- itiaii — lexas and south earolina mrs. mor- tou is able to make her classes (e ])ecial!y history) very interesting ' ... her ]ileasnre mai ' k stra.vs between three thiniis art — rraft woik — and sewiiiu ' . . . mr. Iiany wonders — quiet — ambitious — and alwa. s busy (oi- at lea t seems to be) li;id his share of our shining stars too... it s really a miracle how he diil it and still has a sensr of humor .. .besides teaching scAcnth gi-ailc math — general si ' ience — his- foi-y — and ei ics he instrurteil an eighth grade mathcmalies elass. . . mr. wondei-s also has a taste for travel- ing so r it has taken him to newpoi ' t Oregon on tlc ' west coast — south twice to noi ' th Carolina — and to massachusetts on the ea-t roast . . . an all around sports fan is mr. won- ders for he finds his greatest jileasurcs in fishiu ' 4— bowling skating — basketball-- baseball — football and last but not least dancing. . . with paper — pencils — and a few more li ' a hi-rs like mrs. morton and mr. woiulers our brw ildiTed 1o its of play will soon find t liemsri Vrs on top . . . .indilh iiiiiiti ' ii hai vv wonder; CI classmate m -- " ■»- " r ilVldr tiNirhiTS we woiililn ' t for a iniiinte let you think we ' ve for i ' otten imi- ,i;i-ade teachers - those who ' we us such an important be- " •inninj; ' of our edueatiim. mi-s. i;wen ralston - too i-row li ' (l wivh her 44 little anucls in the Idnderizarteu moved in the fall to the methodist eom- inunitx- house where they ' d liave more room to try their little wind ' s. nu-s. ralston attended northern state teachers collei;e of marciuette - university of califoruia- master eolleue of desi.u-ning at ehiea.uo - and the nati;iiial eolleue of education in evanston ill . .she received a b.s. de.sree fi-om the western niielii au college of edu ' atiiin . . . she traveh ' d through California-- mex- ico - ens ' land and fraiu ' e. . . liei- hohhies are knitting ' and i-rafts of all kinds . . . mrs. mchin klokow tait iht ■ ' little first tiraders durin;4 the fii-st seme:4er... she has a bachelor of science dej;i-ee fi-om the university of new york... iiii-s. klokow formerly of new york - has traveled thi-ou ' li niaiiic - missouri - and michitian . . . holiliies calliu.u- her attention are col- U-ctiuu- postcards and wi-itinj;- music... miss (dizabeth oas - after teaching one year in the foster city public sidiools - came to take over the first ijraders on Jan. 30 of this year.. while attendin " - northern michisan teachei-s college she took part in the following activities: college countiy life club - association of childhood educa- tion - iiewman idub and jieuin.sula staff... . ' SS veii(li)line rahton ■ yv ' vf " •■ A - -Jtf " y ■¥ 1 f V A ■ ' :-; " J: I i r hidi ' O klokow di .abeth oas (if) classmate thirty-uiiie 2nd and 3rd gTader ; are tauulit by mrs. robert eirerer - who likes taking ' eare (if her two small children and sewini;-. . . mrs. eii ' erei ' has a state liiniled from northeni michi -an teaehere coUep ' e. . .she has also tanu ' ht in I ' anse mieh... her traA ' els have taken her throuji-h mieliiiian and Wisconsin .. . mr-. elizabeth naslund has s-upervision over the 3rd and 4th graders who number U. .. she has a life rertifieate from northeiii miehiuan teachers collejj ' e... mrs. na hind enjoys readino- and iar- dening-. . . her travels have taken her thrmiii-li Canada - michio-an - illinnis - and Wiscon- sin. . . a ii-oup of 4.1 . " jtli and Btli p ' raders keeji mrs. lenora lienna hojipini;. . . she received her education at norther .1 :tate and tlie ferris institute... travels took her throuii ' h the we-tei-n state-;. . . mi-s. lienna ' s hobbie.s are crafts and iiii-l s ' out work (of which we hear sjie is a Very gdod leader) . . . i;vi-l ii Egerer Eli::aliftli Xaslimd T.i ' imr:i I. i ' 11:1:1 60 classmate ' ft Jfj-ir i ' iv ' fh % ' - ■MCW-Wj -XW 67 classmate V ' ' uiirl and Imy of tln ' Vcai ' this yi ' Mi ' im students have elioseii cai ' ol ludson and nuuirice larsen as tlie typical iiirl and Ixiy uf the yeai ' . i-ai ' ul known liettei- hy her friends av " hill " is sixteen years itUl antl a junioi- this year. hill ' s favorite jiastiine is eheerleadin ' and her favorite sport is haskethall. she likes Spanish and dislikes elieni- i-try. till ' suhjeet she hkes hest is eonteni- poiary literature. her futui ' i ' plan is to he a nurse. inauiiee larsen more often called " inirrie " is eiu ' hteen and a senior of 1 :). ' )( I. nioiric ' s fa orite pastime and sport is fontiiall. his faxdlite sidi.ii ' ct is shop. he likes ice cream and dislikes am. i;-i)Vt. (don ' t we all aji ' i ' ee) moi-rie has played hasketliall foui ' years anil foolliall three vi ' ai ' s. ai ' tei ' Lirailinit ion he plans on helpiirj ' at home. (is classmate classmate SJJ S 5 ' : M o i ' ' - . «fe " ' : r football season llic 1!I4!I- ' )II fiMithall st ' ;is()ii w a -. imc of the iiHist suci ' essfnl st-asniis F(ir tlii ' .Stephen; (III i aiili ' - . . . they iilayeil sevni iuuies wiiiliiiiii ' five i)f them... icliert ueiiiaiid is the eai le " nevi ' eoaeh , . . Ill ' i- assisted liy fraiieis eap])aei ' r who is also a new inemlier of the fariilty. . . Ilie eaiiles started out with very litth ' expericiire hut lioI iiit:i the swiiiii ' of the ii ' aine after takiuii- a lieatiiiii ' from the maii) :tique emerahls who were the eag ' le-i ' fiist ojiponeiits fill- the yeai ' . . .the emeiaUls defeated the eaL;les (i-O on the manistiqiie ■ridiroii . . .hilt the hiriicr and more ex- j erieiieed manislii|U( ' team found thi ' i ' :-iu ' l(s a seiapp and sliihhoin tram to defeat ... hiiiiihs hiL:h srhool of marinetfe then came to sti ' phrns.iii wliere I hi ' y wi-rc t f- feated hy the ( aules 1 . ' i-T . . . I he eaL;le- had a :paiklint; drt ' eiisr and a smashint;- of- fense whirh decided tile Liame... the eai;ies intercepted four of the leiinh-s pas rs. . .dm;- mehdioir intercepted i.ni ' of these pjisses and three plays later he went over for a touididown . . .andei-son l)lunu-( ' d for the extra point... kril llofrr intrlcc ' pteil another pass and re tnined it ti the loiirdcs I ' ll . . .ander- ron then (_ari-ied it to the 1 - from whieh mehdioir went over a ;aiii for the eau ' le s( , ' i lid t iiiehdown . . . in tile last ipiart ' r lourdes sroi-cd hy a series of pa-ses makiiii; ' tlie score 1 :i-7 in fa i;r id ' the eagles. . . tlieii oui- hi:ih flyinu ' eauies journeyed to nuini.-inji ' where they whipped tlie muni- sinu ' nuistau ' s 14-(i. . .the jiame was a bat- tle di ' iinu ' the entire fir.-t half endinji ' in a s;-or(de s t ' e. . .hut in the remaining ' .j min " - utes liofer ran 7(1 yards for the eagles first t( U(didiwn .. .thill the eagles w(Mit to the m; nising ■_ ' on straight ])lays anil .••wede ande.son plunged into tin end zone . . . niau ' ara was the cavles next victim... M ' ore. . .M4-(i. . .the eaulc- had a ' 27-0 lead in the f ' rst ijUai ter. . . they ke|it this lead thi ' oughout the game due to a winnlerful defense and smooth hall handling... tlie caiiles then traxcleil ti peshtigo wheie tiny defcateil the peshtigo hulltlogs 4)-(i . . .one of the will t defeats peshtigo .suffeied in theii- many years of high s;dii:i)l competition ... andci-son started the game rolling with t ' le eagles fir.-;t touch- down .. .shoi tly after ken hofei ' recovered pishtiLid ' s hall ami ran it lia- ' k 10 yards foi- 70 = classmate= aiKtluM- ti.iu-lulowu. . .lii " l iTt: ivrcived a stpphenson tripped the st. joi- tn.JMiis piiiit and wnit dciwii a (dear tield to sciii ' c before a reeord crowd of 3. S()I) - IS-D... ill the third (piarter mehdioii- Finished the trojaiis weic within the ea-les 1(1 yai ' d off a ser ' . ' - of straight plays with a |oU(di- lint- fivr times -hut faihnl to seore ..ii any (hiwii to -ivi ' Stephenson its fourth t mcl!- oecasiMi . . .hut tlie eaiides made tlieir :; ,!,,„., J touchdowns on a series of jia ses and ill the foiiith .|uartcr |M ' -h1ii:(. ,i;.)t its strai ' ht phiys...this L;ame eiidi ' d 1h ' lone sc::re-hnt the extra |): iiit was block- eaizles focithall season... cd by jim ralioin . . . ,i,i,- salute Lidcs to the team and thcii after the eaule.N foal line had been coa ' dies - for a wonderful and exciting ' crossed they ti-ihtciied up ai:ain . . .ander- ;:casi:n... son ran :!. ' ) yards and melchoir followeU 1,1 with a 1!) yard run f.r a touchdown .. .a t ' " ' luieu,, .ncluded . . . few minutes later ken hofer went down cu-cne Jones e for anotlier touchdown but it was no maurice larseu e ii(Hid-for the eagles were chai-vd with leonard k ewski -• (dip).in ' ' . . .the eagles sc ired three times bill waranius t before a tonididown was finally accepted. . .jmi raboiii c at this time of the season stephenson buddy hart c blasted the best defensive record of any di iy mehdioir Ih team in the peninsula .. .they had held harold sehleiivo-t e-- their oppor.ents to 31 points . . . I ' av bhmi rh the ea- ' le--, journeyed to i;ladstone for francis mellui-er i|li their next i ame where they were turned ronald palosaari _ ' 4 ' l(H-k bv ulad t me 120-13. . .a loni:- run and «teve kakuk fb some I ' liftv bloi ' kinu- li(d|ied the Liladston " ed .u ' odl ewski ((l) braves turn back tlie ea-les - but only lawrence Williams t after the eauies had -ivcu them a run for len idiampeau Ihli it throii-hotit the ;ame . . . harold anderson fb St. Joseph hifj ' h scliool came to Stephen- .jiin hacker fb sen to " fiipsli tlie football season for the ale- malawka t eaules. . .this -ame was the liomecomin£r howard hubbard t cclebiation for the members of the Stephen- harold brobcri:- x sen eaules team and their coaidies. . . don tickler t classmate VMi-sily li:iskclli:ill Icniii Inp low. Irfi li rii;lit -■■■(iMi ' ll )it ' l ' ' i ' ' " iil. (Iniia ' d ni ' i-:il, JMiiii ' s rMliniii. Ii.-iiuli .111 (liTsiiii, jr., idlicrt linkdtic, li;iri)lil |ir.ill . . - 2ik1 nnv— r;iyiiiiiii(I hloiii. tirtou nieU-hoir. iiiamicf l.ii-sciu iiiicliai-L iiiicliiiii-k. kciiuclli liofiT . . . junior v.-ii ' sily liaskcl lin II Ifaiii lo|i I ' ow. Irl ' l lo I ' i lil coac-li lapiiaiTl, IrMMcis iiicHiiifjcr. how.ird linhlianl. lorcii lcro . li.ii-ol(l sclilciivd l. sieve kakiik . . . L ' lid row il:i iil IiimIIii. i-o:;e|- I uiiilqii ivi , pliiliji car roll. i;cni :;e lai-i ' oll. keiiii. poissoh , , . 72 classmate ! . .K " HP iVi •Wl„. basketball season quiet -men sleepiiiu ' . . .basketball iilay- ers that is - and they deserve it after a season like the one they had last year . th- deal- lads ended up with a record of 9-7. . . the ea iles oi)ened by troniieing bark river 4:!-::!.S. . .the Ijrom-os made 8 out of ' iO free throws aiul 20 folds - while the ea ' les sunk . " ) out of 211 fn-e throws ami the fouls iiuiiihered 11) . . . the peshtiv; ' o liulldo ' j-, liiiiprd lioinc after a vain atteiiqit 1o rlip tlie stui ' dy wiiiizs of a hiji-h-flyinn- five .. .Stephenson : 47 - 1 1 out of throws -14 fouls; lii ' shtiu ' o: 42-8 out of 17 free shots and r, fouls. . . iiKMioiiiinee faces certainly mati-hcd the ih ' c|i inai ' oon on tlicii- school swcalers when they lost a thi-ilhu ' 4:5-38. . .Stephen- son fans were far from lilue, however - and the s ore book read - caulcs ll i fouls -1:] -■ood free shots out of a possible 24: maroons - 22 fouls -and 4 out of 13 extra huckcts. . . a Stephenson i|uiiitct swooped ilown and came home with a jiair of beautiful •Millie devil " hoi ' iis 1o liaii.ii ' above a sign sayiuii ' " foui-Hi stiMiL:ht win - 34-31 " ... . vital statistics: steplicnson - 12 out of 24 free throws o ' ood - 8 fouls; oconto - • out of 9 free throws and 22 fouls. . . and then the straw that hroke the camel ' s back . . . the trojans as ini ;-hty in basketball as their i)redecess(n-s were in war -took Stephenson for a ride and ended 11]) ahead . " )fi-4S . . .st. .joe missed 12 free tlirows but sent 8 straifiht throu ;li the ceii lei- of the 1 p. . .Stephenson also sunk S - hut missed a total of 12. . .the two teams hotli had 1. ' ) Toiils. . . the es.anaha eskimos-down IVcnu the classmate iiiirtli lii-(nii:lit till ' cliill winds of dci ' eat witli llu ' iii too... fill ' caiiics foufi ' lit ii hai-d l)attl( ' but fiii;dl suc-cmnl ( d to the icy lilavt and wi ' nl iiiidci- 4. ' )-4:-i . . .tlic eski- iiKi.s- used to phiyiiii: with .snowhalls jvottod 11 free throws and only missed (i... Stephenson - fai ' tlier south - made 7 anri missed ID... the fouls totaled IS foi- esean- alia and 1. " ) for stei)henson . . . the i ladstonc braves were really on the warpath ami went home with a few eiioiee sealps to hanu ' abo ' e their eouni ' il fires. . .the fortitude of the braves led them to outdistance even tlie eagie.s 28-li4. . .the foul count was braves-16; eagles 17.... ji ' ladstoue receivetl 28 charity shots and sunk 10 - arrow straijxht - stei henson sent out (1 throutih the hoop while 10 went wild.. . then the buUdng-s eanie boundinu ' back and inflicted a few wounds of theii- own to the tune of o-t-. " )! -and went home with the tail feathers they missed the first time . . .])eshti, i() made 8 and missed 7 free throws and I ' an up 21 folds. . .the eagles netted L " ) out of 27 free shots and 15 fouls. . . the manisti(|Ui ' emeralds were certain- ly ureen with envy when they saw the s;_ ' ore board juni)) to 37 for s.h.s. and 31 for maiiisti(|ue . . . manistique totaled 22 fouls - and 9 out of 17 free throws... the eagle.i on the other hand had l(i fouls and sunk n out of ' 28 eharit.v shots... the tigers came dowTi from jiowers to try to get in on the kill... a sliglit miscal- culation on the part of the tigere caused them to miss the target and they were driven baik 4.S-4. " ) . . . ))owers went home with 18 fouls and 11 out of 21 free tlirow. to their credit. . .the eagles ran up 1!) fouls and 10 out of a i)o.ssible 24 fi-ee shots. . . iiii ' iioiiiiiH ' e believed that anothei " Stephenson ictory just wasn ' t in the books but they foi ' got to reckon with the score book - which |-ead 4 ' -i- ' .U) in favor of the blue and gold... both teams had 1. " ) fouls; meiionunee sunk 8 free thi ' ows and missed 11 -while stej)henson .settled foi- 9 (Uit of 19... the eskimos - again full of northern hardiness - trampled ovei ' s1ei)hensoii th " second time for a 47-39 win . . .e.scanaba chalked up 22 fouls; 13 out of 22 charity shots... till ' ea ' ies side of the scorel)ooK i-ead 17 folds and l. ' i out of 29 free thi ' ows. . . Stephenson tlii ' i ' W su])ersitut ion as well as the oi ' Oiito blue di ' il - out of the window in their return engagement - to the tune of 39-37 .. .oconto ran up a total of 28 fouls and made good on . " ) of their 21 free shots . . .the eagles ran up 13 out of 29 free throws and 17 fouls. . . the escanaba jinx came back to haunt the eagles in the form of the st. joe trojan and a (io-48 score... st. joe made 20 fouls aiul 17 out of 21 free throws. . ..Stephenson made 17 fouls and l. " ) out of 32 charity shots. . . the broncos came l)o niiliiig back from bai-k ri cr and were pi ' iimptly stiuelehed by the magnificent score of 70-34... the fouls totaled 19 for stephenson to 18 for bai-k ri -er. . .the eagles missed 12 free throws and the broncos missed 1. ' )... the la-.t game of the season with maii- isticjue sent the eagles liminng home with a 45-29 defeat. . .ste])];enson kept the fouls down to 1(1 while the emeralds ran u|) io 20... the ea ' .iles mi.ssed 12 free throws to 10 mi-se-; for manistique. . . what do you think i.if o ir basketball team now? someday when you look l)ack on your high school career remember with pride the team that beat menomiuee twic: in one ear. . . chierli ' ailers rah rah rah I what ' s the racket we hear as the roof goes off the gym of good old •■■■.h.s? its just our (i capable cheei ' leaders cheering the eagle to ictory. now I ' oi- a brief sketch of our cheer- lenders, in the fall for football season we had onl ■ ' !. those old faithfuls surviv- ing from the la t year weie hirraine aman - vii-ginia allegeyer and marioii rasmu-scn fill ' basketball season tryout s were, held to add 3 more vai ' sity cheerleaders to the squad, four Iraclici-s and one officer from each I ' lass acted as jud ' es and chose marlyn pliillips - i-osalie pliillip- and carol nelson. they got new blue corduroy skirts to wear with their gold sweatei " s. every junior varsity team needs its fheei ' leadei ' s also, tryouts were held in front of the student body, members of th( student councd and the senior cheer- leaders chose the following 8; rita kosew- ski - shirley lemke - carol corey - rosemary muma - shirley I ' oley - belty blom - i-ose- mai ' y andci-sim and fern briiiht. . es sir tliats o;ir pep Miiiail. cute cur accoiis clever ! ! =c lass m art = Kcnidr clK ' crli ' iiilci ' s Id ' f tn i-i;;lit -Hiiirlyu plnlliiis. l(iiT:iiiic miikii], viri iiii;! :illf;c.ver. (Mml uflsciii, and iiiariaii v.isinUNscu. alpsfiit -ins.-ilic iiliilliiis. jiniidr clii ' i ' ildadiTs |,.n I,, i-i-hl r.Tii lii-i lil. Vila k..M-uski. sliir ' .ry li-iiikc. rai-i.l c.irry. r.isriiia I ' V aiiili ' isui]. roscmar.y iiiuiiia. hclty IiIdiii, sliiricy Inlcy. 75 classmate autoy raphs 7f) classmate clubs and oreanizations classmate sliidi ' iil ((luiicil In]! r(i v. left 1(1 i-inlit — IxTimrd hiskot. rcjsi ' iui r;ismusscii, li:ini|cl iir:ill. rnliciM weber. iiiarlyii |-liilli|is. K ' i ' ' ilil iiiMi-thi. ji ' . linltdiii vow. left til liijht — ritu kosewski. ddrcithy iKiriiiuit;. ilavid r.-ii-lson, or- liiii luflcliiiir jr.. Virginia allKcyer. sliu-ley leiuke, rose mat- cliristonson, tiir. niartiu. advisor. sliidriil librarians hclly lalihs. I hrrcsa lusiiia. nancy lilm. | liyllis liillliniiirr. mrs. lirow ii, liclcn clialliisli. jiiamic flndinc. hiiiisc spitzcr, tirlli- liansniL. classmate Mlipri ' iitirc t(Milicrs top row— h ' Tl to li-lit— alcx niMhiwkii, jaiiics ralioiii. iiiMiirir,. larsoii. niyiiioiid tiloni, IcoiKiril kosewski ... , , ■, 211(1 niw— mrs. lieiiiia. iulvisor. iioiiiui casclicT. d.irotliy kakuk, tloroiu-e kalackus, ortoii iiielclioir, uir. Kfi ' nand. advisor . . . ]sl row— fred Iclioaii. iioniiu joau lialvorscii. t-laiia- inillor. |orolliy .i(.hiiso!i, ruth scliaiicr, .ioyco Imsli. lavcnie adaiiis . . . f (t ' . 9- . 9 o Spanish i iidi top row loft to riulil -lifiniclla waylicry. Iiotly Icvcaii. roli.M-t wclior. ronald polasaari. laicharl uiirliiii.k. -ordoa nelson. I ' rwin liart. odward Incs, plulip -arroll. ianol jolnison ... , , r ■2ui row-liKlv dcniillf. In ' tly waylM rK. lois waililoi-. dolorcs hrandncr. adoiinc waolitcr. dorotliy hcrson. lietty ki.szely. miss Inisliy. advisor, dorotlix iKjrniiiif:, audrcv nelson, jeanncttc Krncnstern . . . ]st row— Janice winter, niarlene niarana, carol nelson, niarion rasiiiiissen. .Shirley stroni. June coUard. loivlla Johnson, jeaniiie Johnson, shirley davis. susan liornik . . . 70 classmate r p» O r p:m .. ' Hr .r,fi - f. f. a. top row. left tci iif;lit — serall rhoile. williara waianins. allan diica. (li)nal(l i:()kovi(li, liililiiiir liiideiotli. jim raboin. jiiii lia ker. (Hlwaid sixllowski. leonard gondek. John noidqnist. rolicrt fox. erviu wery. loreii backman . . . ' Jn( riiw — joseiih ziel. jack kalislick. lennart dniiibrowski. joe laitiiiaier. manrir-p Johnson, sieve berzsini.vi. ' ack kovach. janies baeknian. don wa.v- bers. ronald davis. laiirence dnffrin. harokl droese. robert dutTrin. glen bennii.st . . . Srd row — mr. gran.skog. bill cole, alien rbode. jack I ' hleff. gar.v leaf, ernest weber. aniold hnmmell. engene franconr. george raboin. davi 1 behrend. richard clianipean. edward backman. kennetb kiaiis. virlyn burie, ted berger . . . -J.li row — jerry schmidt. roger gadda. warren wayberg. allan revall. roger adams. kenneth liiidstroni. george chernovsky. terrance fellioii. dick forssberg. norinan tninstra. al ilesjarlais. robert jiaidl. ricb.ml aiiderson. willard tickler, keriuit carlson. nornian klif .ke . . . liholograi;hy club inside circle, left lo rigbl — ellon anilerson, ervin liarl. clarence linltni.in, nir. martin, a:!visor. rita tickler, joan leaveck. ro. ' ianna sakovitz. standing, left to right- donglas nordin. david carlson. John iloyen, bill sharkey. jean engel, erna Johnson ... 80 classmate left td rislit— t :irl.:ir;i I ' shnnik. niiiry starzyn- ki. ruth s.-luuier. elaine jardeen (1 pi-dtliv fraiicmir. anil vir,_inia ar.e;, ' e.ver. 1 ' i „, .;..ii. Ml luj.il i; ' .i ' e dull toji — Vrrv luartin. m-al liakes. warren stroni. jolin halvursen. janics strolil. thiiuias kakuk. ru-liard lerd.y. rciliert carnill. dimald dnffrin. iiiMic Mnf;iTin, slierwln vils(in. david walker . . . ii:il riiw — uiadeline van, nuinira kidaszewski. barbara laixiint. pe{;t;,v welier, 1 hyljis williauis. niary paijie. ruth wannerin. kareii cdrey. carol andersim. bette niiirris. patsy anderscm. darlene crane, janet rivard . . . " vd r(iw — miss dickey, rol ert berszenyi. riil)ert liDrnuns. david rivard. engene limbers, j ' le leaveck. ervin evans. riiberl s ' l.vun. victor laniontasnc, keuny bcavidoin. roland palzewicz. robert visuri. mrs. niorton . . . ■Jill row — ronald winter, shirley badish. marie vandeidiouten. lonainc van- dcnlionlcn. .jean ann sundbers. Judith backman. niarlene leaveck. bernice Johnson. .j iiie chaney. kathleen walli. i atricia all eyer. ruliy clontz. beverly havward . . . 81 classmate f r o O oo o O n O " O irt o o y- o no cw da toil mw. Ifll III liiAht — i-ariil liiiiiscii. joaiili flmliiii ' . licllf liaiiscn. diii ' iitliy kakuk, iiiai-y starzynski. nitli josliii. clcn thoney. licverly ray, limise sj)itzor, fleliircs si-liiMiilt. sliirley I ' lckt ' iisoii. adi-linc warliter. delores hrandner. 2nd riiw — dorotliy jnhnson. luary lufzkowski. sally swanson. dianne stobe, joan shainpo, janet jiiliiison. theresa lusiiia. nith schaner. carol kayser. uiarlene maranu. theresa dirkiiiaii. carol nelson, lorctta Johnson, rita kline 3rd row — wiss dickey (instructor I gloria sorenson. carol lusnia. jeannine John- son, Shirley stroni, jiilia i)a d, phyllis shaiuiio. niarilyn lawrence. janice winter, sharon linhhard, ruth hasley. elinnr berfi, adele niouford. janet th(U ' i)e. donna liansen. bottom row — hazel larsen. virsini.-t allKcyer. edwina iiarrctt. [latsy plutdial;, sally Peterson, rita kosewski. shiiley corey. jaince hornik. betty webcr. diirotliv riisnuissen, corriiie eland, sherril siinon. ii-eiie hafenian. donna ll , 1 111 1 I I iilo toll row left to risht — John snrdiner, rayinond tlioune, hike suchovsky. david livard. roliert hornunat. liarl:ara lapoinle. bette morris, ruth wanf;erin. janet rivard. Uiid row -eleaiior lULihdale, ni;irilyn corey, kareii corey. liiirulliy limnuim:. resjina dishneau, janus casebeer. sliirley winier, jn.nnir beilin, biirb;na esbrook, miss dickey, lird row trances fca,viin. roliei ' t carroU, f;iinnard nasluud, ;;eny iii.-ii ' l in, James striihl. pi ' ssry webcr. absent — steve kakuK- 82 classmate % A K % classmate Compliments of Vlid-( ountv Hansen ' s Bottlinjj; Co. Bowling Alleys Open bowling Saturday evening, Bottlers of Sunday afternoon Upper 10, Orange Crush, and Dr. Wells, Sunday evening Nehi Par-T-Pak Beverages Monday through Friday open Full Quarts bowling before and after league. Come in and bowl here. Dial 3262 Joe Kuntze Menominee - - - - Michigan Daggett Michigan CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS from The Bar-B-Q " Just i)lain food, but good " Clarence Harriet Plutchak Stephenson - - - - Michigan F. A. OczLis Si Son Used Auto Parts Stephenson - - - - Michigan Phone 191-F2 classmate= General Merchandise Forest Products PETERSON BROTHERS CHAS. PETERSON, Manager Vincent Peterson Carney Euffene Peterson Michigan ANDERSON MOTOR SERVICE 9W£ Sales and Service Compliments of Robert Kragie Dealer in COAL " Coal to deliver, or buy it by the bag at Perras Bar " Nadeau Michigan Stephenson Michigan JULEJ. LAURENT Friendly Service Ingalls Michigan classmate 1 Compliments from PeshtiTO Dairy Ice Cream Milk Butter 1115 Main Street Phone 2-5025 Marinette - - - Wisconsin The New Carlson Jewelry Store Hamilton, Elgin. Gruen, Waltham, Bulova, Elbon, Wakmann, Wyler and Boulevard Watches 2018 Hall Ave. 1 Marinette - - - - Wisconsin To buy the " New " Used Car MENOMINEE or AUTO SLPPLy for the skilled repair of C. ANDERSON, Prop. your own " We Buy and Sell " New and Used Auto Parts Visit Used Cars Wrecked Cars FAvakl ' s Cjarai :e North State St. Phone 3144 Menominee - - - - Michigan Menominee - - - - Michigan classmate Compliments of Barney ' s Grocery and Lockers Inealls Michigan Keepsalie Diamonds Elgin-Bulovii Watches Eu( :ene Wittau Guaranteed Wa ' ch Repairing Fine Jewelry 1611 Main Street Ma ' .inette Wisconsin Subscribe for the Menommee He raid -Leader The only daily paper in Menominee County It l)rings you all the local, national and foreign news MenomJnee Michigan Nelson Electric SALES SERVICE Daggett, Michigan . Electiic Appliances . Electrical Contracting and Wiring . Electrical Supplies . Neon Signs . Westinghouse Dealer Phone 91-F-3 classmate After the game Strohl Inn For Refreshments Stephenson Michigan Katherine K. Corset Studio 926 Sheridan Road Menominee - - - - Michigan Teen ager or older person — we have just the foundation for you. Fit to your figure. We ' ve the Bias Cup Bras. They do not shrink or stretch. 1 insmeier BEST WISHES Implement from dealers in MM Farm Machinery Lee ' s Smartw ear Complete Women ' s Apparel 1708 Main St. R.F.D. No. 1 Marinette - - - - Wisconsin Menominee - - - - Michigan classmate V. M. Electric Co. Menominee Michigan " Your Crosley dealer " Make your future " home to be ' complete with Crosley Olsen ' s Furniture Mart Complete Home Furnishings 605 Main St. Marinette Wisconsin Phone 2-2526 MI-CLEANERS 601 Marinette Ave. Menominee, Michigan Phone 6200 We specialize in one day service " Make Mi-Cleaners your cleaners " L. M. BYSTROM, Proprietor classmate Alid-County Compliments of Supply Industrial Supplies C. W ' AXC KRIN and and SOX Equipment For the Commercial or Farm Shops Dealeis in Potatoes Expert Welding Service in and Our Shops General Trucking Case Farm Machinery Sales and Service Fhone 159-F-13 Phone 167 Stephenson - - - Michigan Stephenson - - - - Michigan Need A New ' Furnace? Why Not Try a Bottle Gas Furnace? See The Hot Flame Gas Company Carney, Michigan The Newest in : Ranges, Water Heaters Refrigerators, Furnaces Phone 16-F-13 =classmate- Summer Term Begins In June lU ' SlXKSS orroKTlXITIES I ' l:in iinw fur a lii lirlass si ' cre- tiiiial nr .h-cimiiliuu iKisitimi. Wo arc luniiii; many iiiijrc calls fur dlTii-i ' lii ' lp tliaii we arc able fn sup- lily. I •nr intensive business train- in;; (|nalifies you in a short time fur a ;;iH)(l [layin ' iiusitinn. COTHSKS Sdi-ial Setairity I ' .usiness Ailniinistr;iti ins Kxecntive Secretarial Private Secretarial Medical Secretarial I ' eileral Taxalinn Au litinK Stendiiraplilc .Tuiiinr Accomitins Iliflher A -c jiiutini;- Ottice Machines Accounting Typewrit ins Approved Under the G. I. Bill for Veterans Training Badcrer-Green Ba Business Colleo;e, Inc. Es.ablished— 1868 123 S. Washing-ton Street Green Bay Wisconsin S. P. RANDALL, President Commercial Bank of Menominee Condensed Statement December 31, 1949 KKSorUCKS Cash and due from banks ' ' , ' - ' , ' ' ' m ' v ' i ' - DIRECTORS V. S. Cnvernnieut Bonds ,.■■; ' :;■; ' , ., , State and Municipal bonds ' ' ' -liVV H- K- Xndeau— President All other lionds " -- , .■ " i ' l; " P. C. Munroe— Vice President First Mnrt.iiases on Heal Estate J { ' .; ' i; ' )o ' " !| Joseph (i. Krnez— Secretary Banri d ' dinl ' -unrFiitur s " ::::::::::::::::::: ' 2 : ex. st. peter-cimimnu. of sJnck in I.-e::;-al Reserve Pank ' !. ' " «••• " " e Board Chns. (i. .Tanson Total $.-,,lin.o7 ' .).5- Albert Salen A. C. SchleLuer LIAP.ILITIES $4 s(;.-,.S-4 c, OTHER OFFICERS liepnsits imiimilllim l y - -- ' lOO,(l(Ml.(Ht (i. M. Kergen— Cashier Surplus ' " ' _ IIIIIII -- KMMKIM.IMI v el Christophersen— Assistant ■fndivided IM..fit " -I n7 ?-I;i Cashier Kestrves rfi.-ll i.ii.s . ,, ; |,,„s,,n— AnditiU- Tn.nl $:i.Pn.nT!..o Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation " The Bank of the People " classmate= CONGRATULATIONS! from J. w. Woolworth ( o. 1705-7-9 Main Street Marinette - - - . Wisconsin Compliments of LaComb ' s Barber Shop Stephenson - - - Michigan Lloyd Dinette Tables and Chairs Outdoor Furnitui ' e Chrome-Pla ' .ed Furnitrre Rock-a-Feller Chairs The Llovd Menominee anufacturino; Co. Michigan :lassmate cii Rickaby ' s Market Choice Groceries and Meats Stephenson Michigan E. F. Potter Lumber Co. " Everything to Build Anything " Stephenson Michigan Carbondale Cash Store FRANK HUEBEL, Prop. Groceries Tavern Meat Gas Cash paid for Forest Products Carbondale Michigan Phone Menominee 713-F-14 Compliments of Sid ' s Bar and Restaurant Good Food and Drinks as You Like Them Manominee Michigan classmate We Congratulate You Comi)liments of Giaduates of ' 50 Corey Hank ' s Place Implement Rxchani :e — ■ ' BEST WISHES TO CLASS of 1950 John Deere Sales Service Goodyear Tire Distributors Stephenson - - - - Michigan Phone 58-F-2 Stephenson - - - Michigan Compliments of Hotel arinette CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS from Menominee County Journa Stephenson - - - Michigan classmate GATEWAY CAFE Across from the Hospital Phone 6372 ' ' Home cooking always pleases ' Menominee, Michio;an Compliments of Globe House Furnishing Company 1618-1628 M?in Street Marinette - - - Wisconsin ' I ' cli ' plKim ' -J-rA-M Call at Pfankuch Furniture 22 years on Electric Square in Menominee For Your Furniture and Floor Covering Needs :lassmate Cli New in Potato Chips " RUFFLES " Lou ' s Potato Chips Manufactured Distributed by Stephenson Potato Chip ( o. tasty crisp LOUIS LUTRL Prop. Lou ' s Potato fresh Chips delicious Stephenson Michigan COMPLIMENTS OF Ri ard ' s Dishnean ' s Klectric Distributor for Service Station Aerovent Hay Driers and Grill Ventilators Silo Unloaders Phone 9001 Badger Barn Cleaners Electric Contracting Stephenson - - - Michigan Phone 21 Stephenson - - - - Michigan c lassmate Congratulations to the Class of ' 50 Kelvinator Refrigerators Zenith Radios Dexter Washers Duo-Therm Oil Burners Housewares Toys WINTER BROIHLRS Stephenson - - - - Michigan Greg s Homemade Sausage Stephenson ' s Newest and Finest Sausage Shop Stejjhenson - - - - Michigan We Congratulate the Graduates of ' 50 Tivoli Theatre " The Best in Entertainment " Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Rickaby Stephenson Michigan OUR GOOD WISHES and CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1950 Central Farm Implement Co. Stephenson - - - Michigan Allis Chalmers Machinery Feeds - Seeds - Fertilizers classmate- To the Nifty Class of " 50 " We extend our — CONGRATULATIONS Modern Machinery Sales CONGRATULATIONS i5 5m TRACTOR Stephenson Michigan CONGRATULATIONS to the Graduating Class of " 1950 " Hanson ' s Standard Service Station On US-41 at Wallace Michigan from Johnson ' s Bar Located — 2 Blocks West of US-41 Helen ' s Beauty Shop next door Daggett Michigan Compliments of the STEPHENSON HOTEI Stephenson Michigan Mr. Mrs. Peter A. Rose Prop. classmate Flo ' s Niemann ' s BEAUTY SHOPPE Se f-Service Today ' s hair styles are simple, neat and smart, and do not require MARKET bulky hair. FLO ' S stylized hair shaping will literally tell your hair how to fall and give it that " not a hair out of place look. " Only store in Menominee County OPEN 9 A. M. to (3 P. M. with Magic Doors Saturdays Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays 127 Ogden OPEN 1 A. M. to 9 P. M. Thursdays Fridays Menominee - - - - Michigan 3963 N. State St. Phone 6640 Menominee - - - - Michigan 1 1 he Bell Store Marinette - - - - Wisconsin Fashionable Wearing Apparel for Every Member of the Family FASHIONS FIRST AT MABKI. ' S 1617 Main St. Marinette - - - Wisconsin Suits, Coats, Dresses Sportswear and Accessories i classmate BEST WISHES from John ' s Bar Beer Wines Liquor Mamie and John Feher Stephenson - - - Michigan The Tow ne Restaurant " The Best Food . . . always ! . Friendly service . Reasonable cost T ' .mpting food . 24 hour service Charles W. Gentgen, Manager 1821 Hall Avenue Maiinetle - - - - Visconsin Hotel Menominee on the Lake Shore . Near Business District . Electric Coffee Shop . Scenic Dining Room . Modern Taproom You are invited to use our lobby and services when in tovm Fhone 5585 Msncmiiiee - - - - Michigan Success to Class of ' 50 ! STKPHKXSON MARKKTING ASSOCIAIION " A complete cooperative farm service " Locations at — Stephenson, Nadeau, and Bark River :lassmate= Feher ' s Rlectric and Machine Works Mobile Bleacheis-Steelci-aft Products Stephenson - - - - Michigan Delta Hardware Company Distributors Escanaba - - - - Michigan Office Service Company Typewrite: s, Adders, Duplicators Mimeographs, Checkwriters, and Addressers Sold - Rented - Overhauled Escanaba Michigan CONGRATULATIONS Cleaning of Suits Dresses Drapes Blocking hats Laundry Linen supplies ANDERSON ' S Royal CLEANERS Nu Life Cleaning Phone 48 Stephenson - - - - Michigan classmate Baker ' s Compliments of Studio Bob ' s Shoe Portraits of Store Character and Shoes for ihe Family Distinction Service and Supplies Phone 2-4142 Stephenson - - - - Michigan Marinette - - - - Wisconsin Hendrickson and Johnson Authorized Gamble Agency Stephenson Michigan " You are always welcome " Chrysler and Plymouth International Trucks and School Bus Sales and Service Thomsen Machine Co. Mjnom.inee Michigari =classmate= Compliments of VAN ' S Beer Wine Liquor Monominee - - - - Michigan Buck ' s Toggery See Us For Your Next Two-Pants Suit Spies Building- Phone 3235 Menominee - - - - Michigan Walter H. Freis Chevrolet Sales - Service Used Cars Bought and Sold Wallace Michigan Phone l-F-31 U.S. Highway 41 WOLVERINE MOTORS Complete Body and Motor Maintenance EixecL DeSoto-Plymouth Dealer Msnominee Michigan classmate Bob Mottard Spray Equipment Chemicals Milk Machines Cow Cleaners Grain Elevators Authorized Swift ' s Dealer in Fertilizer Powers Michigan Phone 2458 The Jewel Box V. M. Electric Co. Building Menominee Corner Pierce at Main St. Marinette Gruen-Hamilton-Bulova and Elgin Watches Art Carved Diamond and Wedding Rings Compliments of White House Milk Company JOHN G. KRUMMEL, Manager Stephenson Michigan Drs. Peterson and Heidenreich Daggett Michigan -classmate Doctor Kerwell Stephenson Michigan The Island Bar Stephenson ' s Newest and Finest Best Wishes to the Graduates of " 50 " BAVE OLIVE, Prop. Stephenson - - - - Michigan Compliments of Perras Bar and Restaurant CLIFF PERRAS, Prop. Nadeau Michigan Compliments of Stephenson Greenhouse Stephenson Michigan classmate Compliments of Stromgren ' s Stephenson Michigan Compliments of Royal Crew n Bottling Co. Menominee Michigan CONANTS STUDIOS Marinette Menominee Where three generations and fifty-one years of experience guarantee the best results. Portrait - Commercial and Photofinishing =c lassmate= L. E. GIBOUT SON Sash, Doors, and Millwork Fine Cabinet Work-Interior Finish 1520 Ogden Avenue Phone 4224 Menominee, Michigan Winker s Drug Store JOS. J. WINKEL, Prop. ' If you cannot come, send us Your Mail Orders " M?nominee Michigan Kuhnle ' s Cafe Home Cooking and Baking Dinners, Luncheons, and Sandwiches Fountain Service Across from Victory Beach 903 Sheridan Menominee Michigan classmate Tractor Tire Headquarters Firestone Tractor Tires Are Guaranteed To Out Pull, Out Clean Outwear Any Other Kind LONG EQUIPMENT CO. 701 Shei-idan Rd. Dial 4877 Menominee M ichigan For the fashion-conscious and the budget- wise! Suits, Coats, Dresses and Accessories at The New ogue Menominee Michigan BEST WISHES •to CLASS OF 1950 enominee Boiler ' orks Menominee Michigan GOOD LfefCKl Because so infcnyk»»you know so many of us so weli we cannot miss tiakin this oppartxmity to wish 11 th4 graduating class of thirschooV ihe very best pf good » v JfoM are graduating to-day ia almost the onlx nation in the world , w iti a high Standard of individhial freedom. Tl e deciajpn-of whetiber N you want that freedom may be, in , time,! up to you. The belief that the individual is the ' master, ' not ' X - ,■. yUie servant of the state ir unique " ' I in -this land. Let ' s not loae! it be- . i caufie we take it ' for granted! .. LAtJERMAI S arinetfei - - - - Wiscons; -7 " . ' " • y. . ' ' A -J ii : . i


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