Stockbridge High School - Panther Yearbook (Stockbridge, MI)

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'x 11 .1 n.:n.un1.vvvr-p-.M-.pn 'L vnu-nlur u wil N vn- 1.rfw1,..Lu11,- 11.1.5.1 "Che Panther Cale" presented by Senior 611155 of '56 Sfackirridgc Kommuuifgf Schzwls Sfockbridycz Michigan P RS Chia' Hook Belangs tv ADMINISTRATION FACULTY ---- SENIORS - - - IUNIORS ---- SOPHOMORES - - - FRESHMEN - - - IUNIOR HIGH - - ACTIVITIES - - ATHLETICS - - - ADVERTISING - - Houients sw ya W ov gr lboxgvqv 50065. '9 fa vox 56 x Qu - oo K9 C569 N1 Q59 KX 912 'af' 0 '01 o 9 ve Oxy? 6069. N Q91 46 tees x 9 o 5 ge - we KO G6 542 SAS 'a to Q0 OX K. be' VO 502' Nr! so igx 60 X gixqz? vga O6 - 'G wk 0 io MQ' 3 Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page 1 17 2 31 3 41 4 6 '75 'Waufhar Cale Editor P. RAMSDELL Business Manager C. COOK Advisor MRS. BEST " taff Editor ----- - P. Ramsdell Faculty Editor ---- - - S. Barth Senior Class Editor - - - - E. Crandall Class Editor ----- - - M. Dixon Activities Editor - - - - B. Stevens Feature Editor - - - - M. Roepcke Art Editor ---- - - - B. Smith Sports Editor - - - - C, Bumpug Picture Editor - - - -B. Mollenkopf Junior Rep. - - - - - D. Barton J. Prater Adv. Staff D. Katz, M. Cambum, C . Cook, C. Robeson .4 Dedication We, the class of "56, " dedicate our yearbook, THE PANTHER TALE, to Miss Nellie Stephens, our friend and teacher at Stockbridge High for the past twelve years. We wish to extend to you in this small way our sincerest appreciation for making these years enjoy- able as well as fruitful. All of us wish you the best of luck with your fu- ture classes as well as in everything you may do. Many thanks from the class of "56. " QT 'uw- i . - . ' 'F K., 5 421 " ' "' .., . - - -331 1, N . 8' f- 4' ' ' ' 'kaasw-i.2 if. E -, -q' -J'."h .,-, Q-E1 , .1 15- .. -.. . 1. W -1. ,A I .,. b A4 V , hgh. EW: ,.., ' W ' 1 s Q , W, .4 F 'tiff' " 3 13, fffkf A Future Farmers at Work Carolyn Debate Team PCP Meeting It'11 be done someday 6 CCL 4 ,X F . A4f"I1'i " mmm! 1 I I f Su Per i JESSE ntende B ATC nt Of S HE Cho Lo 015 R W oqy oox sooofoff 'sov 'ww sooyoo 6501 xo 41013-, ooo xo oaoi ooo oem Gwoooxoc. 'ixwosge,w4,ooXw1o sqwox ss iooxxbqy 530 Qboxxoowoivo wi zovxbo goo xogz- ok qoos ixgoe, 40 ixixos ko Q00 Koxoso, fboxo f3ovov1e,Xoz.g9oZs xoivlo, Qui xoo,e,-Qvox, 'Goan Qfixocgw no ffm-9 po xo ive, oodxoo-S gs xo Kose, xx 50.91504 . bs qoox soqbixoxooooox, -ive, 1904 Qsixogk wo .gixgokos qoos ioowo Ks Qwsx goo qi'9Xx,4e, qooxiixe, xo qoox Kyax ozqzdx-G , wb Roo 'A 40' omxxoo-Gwxxsooxogwg0SoKQxofQ0ofx1o6o'0ox 5 30.Qooq,o Ko ioos erloqf ivfxwb. Qxvooxqbq , Xogsefboxgoeyos Soqwooxooooox ok Sgnvogi P boi High School Principal RICHARD HOWLETT Dear Seniors: It is a pleasure to send greetings and best wishes to all of you Seniors of '56 and your many friends. Congratulations on your achievements and best wishes for future success. I feel that school is not merely a preparation for life, but life itself, and that the attitudes and habits that you develop here are equally as important as the educational and vocational tools that you acquire in our various courses. We sincerely feel that the opportunities have been here for those who availed themselves of them. May your life here with us be a stepping stone to future success, and may each of you remember that there is no substitute for good, honest work and conscientious effort to make a living for your- self and a worthy contribution to your fellowmen. Sincerely, Richard Howlett Principal 'SN 'QE' ' gpg. A S NELLIE ARMSTRONG Secretary And Away We Go! Take a Letter! 9 RAYMOND E. LANE - Secretary ROBERT P. TITUS - Treasurer Our Selma! l6'0ard The members of the Board of Education wish to thank the annual staff for their efforts in making this book possible. They wish, also, to congratulate the members of the Senior Class for their achievements during their years in school and to wish them well in future endeavors. DR. A. I. SPENCER - President WARD HUTSON - Trustee JUNE TAYLOR - Trustee I0 ziirszea. awk Ww- :migf ..-,Q M: 9 1 4 'iw ., Wfl? 3:34225 135 Q S JOHN ARNETT Huntington College Mathematics Purdue University Chemistry Ball State Teachers Biology Michigan State Sophomore Class Adv. A B. S. Degree ROBERT BARRY Grand Rapids Junior College Drivers' Training Michigan State English B. A. Degree ls LUCILE BEST Adrian College English University Michigan Adv. English Ioumalism A. B. Degree 'Silver Scoop' Advisor Yearbook Advisor 1. . 1. 'lv , fra. f we ' . we 34' S. T 'S in E if, 4 , , W ,Y fr. :Q , 9 ,- .ffzffis W' 'Q-ffzffzli .Mi .. ,s 4 1 v, , aff I 1 .fw ' ' . S ROBERT BOYD Michigan State Normal General Science Football B. S. Degree Track Varsity Club Advisor Boys' Gym . ' HAROLD COLLINS Mathematics Algebra Junior Varsity Football J. V. Basketball Michigan State Nomral B. S. Degree DoNovAN CRONKHITE 7 iff' Michigan State Agriculture F. F. A, Advisor - B. S. Degree Cleary Business College Typing I Michigan State Normal Junior Business Stenographer's Degree 2 B. S. Degree ' Michigan State Normal Modern Literature English Literature B. S. Degree Art Club Advisor N , g L ggp 4 E, 'ff 'R L . '7 55 3 y?3,'5ggft.f,t 42514 ,V " 2? 2 ! I K IRMA CRONKHITE Junior Class Advisor j vs WJ X 'Ia f iw' P But DOROTHY ELLIOT Phillips University Typing I University of Oklahoma Bookkeeping B. S. Commercial Ed, Shorthand RONALD FILLM ORE Library Club Advisor RICHARD HOWLETT Kalamazoo College Michigan State Principal Sociology Senior Class Advisor B. S. Degree Student Council Advisor M. A. Degree Manager Cheerleaders LOIS IUENGLE Michigan State Home Economics F. H. A. Advisor B. S. Degree DONALD IULIEN A Michigan State Normal World History A 'V W University of Michigan American History az .1 .A I ' - I3 American Govemment B. A. Degree Senior Class Advisor Speech Michigan State MAURICE LA TIMER B A. Degree 8th English 'Ith and 8th Reading Ir. and Sr. Play Advisor Speech Club Advisor F. T. A. Advisor ROBERT MCCLEW Samson College University of Redlands Michigan State University of Michigan Algebra, Adv. Math Geometry, Physics Trigonometry Junior Class Advisor Guidance Counselor A. B. Degree BESSIE MITCHELL Western Michigan Latin I Michigan State Normal Latin II Senior High Life Mathematics B. S. Degree Freshman Class Advisor F. T. A. Advisor HARLAND NYE Michigan State Batchelor of Music Ed. Junior Band Senior Band Grade School Music Y. F. C. Advisor NELLA O'BRIEN St. Scholastica Michigan State Batchelor of Music Ed. Social Science English Reading ROBERT PRUDON Kalamazoo College University of Michigan A. B. Degree M. A. Degree I4 General Science Life Adjustment Basketball Baseball Sophomore Advisor Physical Education f. mgazfsv -aw was . ef? rib: -5:1 1 'sifsrxlasi gif? iii' ram: 1 1 E as Lf?iJi?1 as S52 fi W i A QQ - 1: ,,.,,E:-ir, 35, ' ' 'Ei 1 1 ef :5 31459922 5. puf f' M if-if . I - 982 13, -Ur -egg. r wi ' - sl 'Y -r i T' v ex 'I ,,, 4 '1- FRANK RA DOWSKI New Mexico A 8a A Social Science South Chicago Vocational Freshman Advisor Michigan State B. A. Degree MARIAN RAMSDELL Michigan State Michigan State B. S. Degree Normal 8th English 'ith English Girls' Physical Ed. 8th Grade Advisor Assembly Committee 55 ,iiwgg LK: 1 ,A 11 eww iii in 52 Wrong Again! NELLIE STEPHENS Michigan State Normal English B. S. Degree Girls' Glee Club Mixed Chorus Boys' Chorus Junior High Chorus Guidance Counselor ROBERT WOODM AN Jackson Business University 8th Grade Advisor Western Michigan Industrial Arts B. S, Degree That's Fine I5 R JE, , W nga M . D E '?f,'Z..f V .2 A 1 Q GW . M V,,f,,.J , I These are the people that take more than half of us to and from school everyday. M, BARBER A. BEEMAN A. BULLIS C. RIGGS W. GEER I. LOMBARD G. RUNCIMAN L. MUSBACH G. USHER H. MARZ. R. ASHMORE V. WORDEN T. SMITH - ,Eif- ' - ,w s 2' ' -1 "1 . L a s X These are the Gentlemen that keep our school and school grounds looking so clean and neat. C. FABER R. MOECKEL I6 I .zz -A-- 'K z 5, z. V., -2 wubvzs Valedicloriau K it 4' 1 ii 'b K. t CLARICE COOK Able and active with brains and poiseg she does a lot without much noise. " FHA 1, 2, 3, 4: Library Club 2, 3,4g Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 43 YFC 3, 4g Class Officer 25 Yearbook 3, 4: Speech Club 4: Senior Playp Paper Staff 4g De- bate 4. Salutatarian CAROLYN ROBESON 'Capable, Eamest, friendly, and true, the finest results we are expecting from you. " FHA lg Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Playg Class Officer 25 Student Council 3,45 Paper Staff 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 35 YFC 3, 4: Li- brary 3g Debate 4g Year- book 4. s . fldvlfvrs , , 1 V- k,V.,V , et-wr 'gy RICHARD HOWLETT DON IULIEN Stronger than steel, Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive. " I8 "It's a student! It's a teacher! No, it's Julien. " Senior Lflass Off7ccr.s' of I 956 President ALAN COOK All he needs is a hookg he's got a line. " FFA 1, 2, 3: Class Officer 4. Secretary .. ,,-A. rp, . . ,.,,,.XyL,,w,,L agjjbwfh .iniggigsqgg 613 N-1: V ..,.,,.v' DORIS KATZ Smiling face and twinkling eyes, you simply cannot pass her by. " Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus lg FHA 2g Paper Staff 3, 43 Yearbook: Class Officer 4: Speech Club 45 Senior Play. Vice President 2, ,Vx L, 1 , . . .,m.,,,,m :7 S' ra. , fr if riffs J, r t,.1 1 ea 1:1 ist V, ff' 1 PAUL RAMSDELL "Whatl no girls in heaveng well, leave me here. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, Track 2, 3,4g Boys' Chorus 2, 3,43 Class Officer 2, 3, 43 Junior and Senior Plavg Yearbook 3, 4, Paper Staff 3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Varsity Club 3, 43 Boys' State. Treasurer 43715, ui, DARLENE DIXON "Gimme money! money! money! " FHA 1, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 3, 45 Junior Play: Class Officer 3,43 YFC 3, 4: Paper Staff 3, 4g Mixed Chorus 1, 3. A '- 'F 1.39 'L , r fi as ' my .N 1 Q, fs . ,Km K-,x af K W 1: iw 'Wil If A 'i f- rf? ,. fi , ., 4, 1 .5 ,yi A '-any., 'fag 1, 3. 3 ., .gl -.fe ,Q ,gt 0' 1 1 2 MARILYN ASHMORE n Always Smiling. " Band 1, 2, 3,45 Junior Playp Student Council 4g Paper Staff 35 FHA 1. 55 - "'f9?" sz Xyfi-Egg ,IB .14 59 , 1 1 1 1 awffq . ., . f iififfflb- T TOM BASORE A common name for a not no common fel- low. " Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3: Senior Play: Varsity Club: Paper Staff 4. Esiarglfff- we.asg32:. feffafai. ' , -, ., zawwgf 2 , 2 1 2- rf 'J '.f"pi'f ,A 1 1 . , P, ef. , V1-...J :Z ' . . -Q55 . 'qga I af.. :-Q -. - -Wwe: . if f, '2f"'Lw-. 'A I ' ' .. 1 ze 2 : 7+ 3.2, , A 4123 z.7g.25,y afar., " 'sax fy- .wg 1, ,, 'G - kiwi- ,lbneaew gp , ,. 1 -. 1. xg W . ftirafr , ,.,u,.. f. - Z 1 1-if 1 5 ' was " A- T , , wi", si' BERNARD AUBUCHON 1 . ' ,s,.- 'f nf., ,ff f-Q.. 1, 'E' j . L B. BARNETT . 1 "Quite a Farmer. " FFA 1,2, 3, 4. f13ii1EsiiiiT11 " f1ff" ff?1fi'iifi" ' lrrt IRENE BECKWITH "Dark eyed Beauty. " Glee Club 1, 2, 3,45 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Cheer- "Beware of the fury of a patient man. " FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, MARGARET BRADY "A light heart lives long. Paper staff 3, SHARON BARTH Ever been teased. " Glee Club 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 3,45 FHA 1, 2, Yearbookg Library Club 4: Junior Playg Paper Staff 3, 4: Speech Club 4. A 22, p JOHN BROOKS "As carefree as the da leader 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior is long, " Play, Paper Staff 4. 20 Football 1, 2: FFA 1, 2 Paper Staff 4. CHARLES BUMPUS The world looks easy to conquer from a height. " Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2,3,4: Foot- ball 1, 4: Track 4g Senior Play, Paper staff 3: Yearbook: Varsity Club, Band 1, 2. J 5bl A j f Qt DAVID COOK "Men of few words are the best of men. " FFA 35 Library 2. .. .X to W ,,. 1 f ,. 31 X ,, W ,. . ,. f M ARVIN CAM BURN A tenor voice with a laugh. " Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3,45 Boys' Chorus 2, 3,43 Paper staff 3,4g Class Officer 1, 2 Junior and Senior Play: Varsity Club 3, 43 K f "if 1. , . ., . .. ,ru , , ge A-r Yearbook. - ' R gbqytftgi 'Q' 3 A it LJ' 'K' -r... 211 ,XJ ,wi A .,mr..f.. M AYN ARD CORWIN 'Give him a gun and he'll have fun. " 5' f-' if f 1-. T1 EDSEL CA RPEN TER A quiet self possessed young man. " YFC 3: FFA 4, Mixed Chorus 3: Boys' Chorus 3: Junior Playg Paper Staff 3. M45 . naw T111 . N 5 LOIE CRAFT "He lives to build not to boast. " DALE CLARK Good Nature is one of the richest gifts. " FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 4g Boys' Chorus 4g Junior and Senior Play. 1 .Z ly get ,art at ELLSWORTH CRANDALL "A laugh is worth a thousand groans any day. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Bas- FFA 1, 2, 3,4. ketball 1, 2g Track 2, Football 1, 4: Baseball 3, 4g Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 2,3g FFA 1, 2,3,4. 45 Senior Play: Class 21. Officer 1g Varsity Club lg Paper Staff 35 Year- book, Boys' State. 'YR 'fs er: N , fe 'fbi' SALLY DIBLER Laugh and live, as youth can. " Mixed Chorus 1, 2,4. I Q 5235.5 J I eg , -, f .IT , , Wagn- ,. , . r ,Q " . r.. ,ff , . gt ff .- 3,6 'jf DON DICKINSON "Not that I like study less, but that I love fun more. " Band 1, 2, 3: Boys' Chorus 2, 3: Junior and Senior Play, Football 1: Track 1. la ' .X . 1 , MARGARET FELDPAUCH ' "One thing is forever goodg success. " Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 FHA 1, 2, 37 Library Club 3. FLORIS GLOVER "I have no other than, a woman's reasoning. " Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 3g FHA lg Art Club 3: Library Club 3g Mixed Chorus 3: Junior Play. n MARGARET DIXON She meets the world i0you.s1y. " Glee Club 3,45 Mixed Chorus 1: FHA lg Stu- dent Council 3g Junior Playg Paper staff 3. A ,,v. e f JANICE HARVEY Good humor is allied to generosity. " Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 49 Senior Play: Paper Staff 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Art Club 3. 22 GEORGE FABER "Still quiet he works while others play. " Football 1, 23 Band 1, 2, 3: Senior Playg Paper Staff 3,45 FFA 2 V. 4-,'. 31 'A N rr A r , JACK HASSENCAHL "Bashfu1ness is an orna- ment of Youth. " Track 2, 4g Football 3, 4: Varsity Club 4. A 5 X .1 W I 'fins 2 I s JOE HIGGINS I hurry not neither do I worry. " Basketball 1: FFA 23 Q Q' ' I I fu - 4, u 5-.. ".ll'.y'f:i ' 1 35425. :if 'Qf,z',:Q, BOB IULIEN He does indeed show some sparks that are like wit. " Paper Staff 4g Basket- ball 4g Baseball 4. L 6 gr .. 1 its 'Y if .94 ' , , ,zllffi LARRY HOWARD "May I govern my pas- sions with absolute sway, and grow wiser and better as life weaves away. " Track 2g FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. PAUL KESKE "The mind's the standard of the man. " Football 1, 2g FFA 1, 2, 33 Paper Staff 4. 23 n MARGARET HUDKINS Happy am I from care I'm free. " Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Playg Library 1, 3. CARMALETA LONG "She meets the world joyously. " Mixed Chorus 1, 2. H KITA JOHNSON Mirth, mischief, and merriest fun, With a big heart in the long run. " Library Club 2, Paper Staff 4. JOANN MILLER "A wolf in the hand is worth two in a bush. " Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 1: FHA 2: Paper Staff 33 Senior Play: Speech Club 4. RON MILLS 'I've never met that little thing called worry. " Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Bas- ketball 1, 4: Baseball 23 FFA 1, 3, 4. xi + - W ,.:f'2,,,, PEGGY PALMER There is no moment like the present. " Glee Club 2, 3,45 Art Club 3: Speech Club 4. BARBARA MOLLENKOPF 'I could be better if I would, but it's awful lonesome being good. " Speech Club 45 Senior Play: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1,2,3,4. f 4' ROBERT PEEK "I like fun, I like jokes, 'Bout as well as most folks. " FFA lg Senior Playg Boys' Chorus 4. LILA OAKLEY "A disposition rhat's sweet and sound, A girl who is a comfort to have around. Paper Staff 4. yr, A ' . wp , VIRGINIA PIC KETT I say just what I think- nothing less, nothing more. Band 3, 45 Speech Club 4. 24 , av'k . A' i 4 .. 1 'K 5'-ll? ff ' 1 ri NED OWEN I take life as it comes. " FFA 1,2,3,4. ALBERT PORATH "Heart to conceive, the hand to execute. " FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA ROBERTS 'Pleasure and action make the hours seem short. " Library Club 3: Art Club 3: Glee Club 4g Mixed Chorus 33 Sen- ior Playg YFC 3,4. 'am ' I-5. af 5, ,, w W . ,Jr 'Z ' 512. Y5- .55-'If F1235 ' 1 2,31 -f -. ' if . 1 2 'X fi! ,fs gsjsraisszav . . ,W 3, , - 1. A , -W -saga. 71.12 .1 P' 1 "f gf r y P 3 1 1 R 2 ' w V, HM ROSE 'True to his word, his work and his friend. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1. u QQ? ,ii 5 5332 in gs- if FW mi . sg , Q 2, I .12 L X' 3, f' 1 - as - it 'rom RoBEsoN No ordinary man was he. Band 1, 2, 3g Football Class Officer 2, 35 Student Council Pres- ident 45 Junior Playg Paper Staff 3. ' r MARY LOU ROEPCKE "A maiden good with- out pretense. " Band 1, 2, 3,43 Library Club 2, 3, 4p'Paper 1' Staff 3, 4g Yearbook. N L BILL ROSE "There is a great deal of mischief in this chap. " Football 1, 2g Basket- ball 1, 2g Track 1: Sen ior Play. P A BILL sci-IRAY 1 of J aass ssisf SCHIABLE JACK "Te11 all I know? Why, s Trsruaae ' ' h f h CAROL A HA good man is better hfe s too s ort or t at b f ld. " "A :au lass and friendly than 8 ag 0 go FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. clear through. " Mixed Chorus 2g Art Club 3, 4g YFC 3. 25 Junior Play. ANNA SCHULTZ Quiet in appearance with motives unknown. " , Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA 15 Cheerleader 2, 3 2-'J' I - is ' ?.W-me 'T BILL SMITH 'Be not merely good, be good for something. " Senior Play5 FFA 1, 2, 3,45 Class Officer 35 Art Club 35 Yearbook 4. PATRICIA SEIGEI. 'Her smile, her speech, her winning way at- tract whoever comes her way. " Mixed Chorus 25 FHA 1. DORIS SMITH "Success follows earnest study. " Mixed Chorus 25 Glee Club 3, 45 Library 35 YFC 3, 45 Speech Club 45 Debate 45 FHA 2. -f-U1--f-,1m,3af::, cess. - I .N 1115515115 :- 5, f 1 'I S Y Q--Q5 X a f w " Ili . . r N i ., 553- is . L . s f V W 14-ft, .,, ., Q. W as ...sw -.. . , I, it fs f.. - '21 IOAN SHEPARD "Always pleasant, kind, and smiling. " FHA 15 Glee Club 1, 2, 3.4: w , , 5' 1 Q I ,r,,,:.: ,,. 5 3' Q j . BEVERLY STEVENS Good sense and good HBILIIB HIC IIBVCI' SCPZ' rated. " Glee Club 1, 2,3,45 Speech Club 45 Senior Play: Yearbook 4. 26 .,. 'f n ' ' 7 X K ,MTX 5 ARTHUR SMITH "It's all in the way you take things. " Football 1: Track 3. siy 5- iz., I L ': . 1 'LCA POLLY STREETS "Who said hurry? Live slowly, it feels better. I W , ' . . 9 ,r fn, ,Q f . 5 A ii" f' , . 1 'QP f - , A ,, -is . v. iffy f J 5 SHIRLEY TRAPP Ot' all sad thing's of tongue or pen, the saddest is 'bein at ten'. " Mixed Chorus 1, Cheer- leader 1 . sr-IELVIE VVIREMAN 'She's not so serious as she looks. " Mixed Chorus 23 FHA 1, 2,3,4. 1 , ,Q . . , JOAN WARD Half the joy of life is in little things taken on the run. " Glee Club 4g Library 1, 3: Junior Play: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4g ALMA WILD Happy am I, from care I'm free, why aren't they all con- tented like me. " Mixed Chorus 1, 2, FHA 3, 4. JUDY WILLMORE With an eye to see life 's sunniest side. " Glee crub 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 4: Junior and Senior Play. High School Trophy Case 27 Gosh, is this ever fun! How do you drive this thing? We got gypped on the cars Here we are! 28 .rf ""'m.f President Vice President ' Marilyn Liebeck Page Boos Secretary Treasurer V Pat Kunzelman Marilyn Lytle Advisor Advisor Irma Cronhkite Robert McC1ew 30 I Att X , ' I Lyii , is .ls ' Y 4 "' if Q -- 1 .1! rfig E. Ackley, J. Ackley, J, Aubuchon, L, Barber, D. Barton, W. Branham, I. Budd. M- D. Carley, S. Collins, T. Corwin, P. Cowan, L. Crandall, S. Dickinson, V. Dixon. . i . C C I A ' FQ' f ' , . ' .0 A 5 , h r S? 13? ET .E B. Dixon, M. Fear, D. Fizer, C, Flack, L. Fletcher, P. Fredenburg, R. Geer. wo msv , I , , Q I bd . ' J 'S' V ,, 1- yy. 53 A 4- ' k K 4, 2 fr i , , A , ' E' E H ji gg 9' , ,wir H - ff f , fvsmm-n K, " P yn W 1355 Ui... , , ,F ' 55,3 rf' fM'H, A 'N ,Q - sg "" - .- ' -f 5 ff flrv-M51 B. Greene, E. Grumelot, B. Heeuey, J. Hegge, B. Hoffman, N. Hudson, R. Hutchinson. 'ZA L 3 I I , ,A .f ,. L Km ,ref . " gif w If v b , . U Sl il' , -, ., 2?f'1f:kfg5'1fi ,.k., 1' f , . K 5 ' ' ' 2? '5- M, Jacobs, G. Kitley, F. Kunzelman, B. Lantis, M. Lewis, P. Moorehouse, B. Moiser, E., Y , . ' ,Q . ' . , - - , Q. -V ,rf y ' 1-., N E. Murray, M. Musolf, S. Neeley, B. Oakley, J, Prater, M. Push, B. Reynolds, 3I J 5:33, I M Q ,f . A -, .Q K K ,V ,W 7 ,r 1- 3 Z J 6- 1 655 ' ' . ,S B. Richardson, B. Risner. E. Risner, A. Rose, M. Salyer, . YOGIUSY k . 'qi' . 0 wr I . mo . Nov. , Y: 'AQYAYLAIZEA V ' .l P. Schlee, F. Scott, It K? g , LL A V I git, , K J Q1 M AQUA 5. . 1. iff sw iv M -...pgs f W "" ff. . L. Z-ly I, 15- riff. .,, fmolufgg J' 'N .fix g,V5 ,, ,, I . MIL . kafx rv , 1. H ,, if D. Shackelford, F. Shortz, K. Shortz, D. Smith, G. Smith, D. Stanfield, M. M . ll.. an 6 K , ff, . V V , K hi?-AA: . 5. ,L M riff A. ..b1 'Q 1 M .55 .fk lffilffb M Mfg? A. Tink, M. Tink. I. Walz, R, Wilde, J, Wilkerson, J. Wilson, D. Wyckoff, CA D -gui 'si 5 , J 1 A x X I " .. S ? ' i ,I 32 I Sweet, , ..,, iffy -fix Q5 -..,. z 1 :K+ A nm ii' Q ,:-ds' 2 ,, 'A'L , A .1 is 5 , , 1 . A1 ii W' 4 I, gn . 13, ' Q ' is .. 9, " ' f Ls 1 9 df: ww .Y , M . sea: ,sf 0 . , ...s.4"'. . ' ' Siydwmfwf f .ffm- . ,.-W., 1 , 3 K x N ', 1 si If V x. 4474 V , -F mir. ii' ,ix . 5 5, 55:1 , . k ' ' "ww ai fx 2,4 5, X' sf x 1. L f 4 q . UF if 53 5' ff 5-M, 1 President FRAN BECKWITH SHERII WISEMAN -le 6' ,, . 7. x if r .3 Advisor x S Q I .z - 1 N.,,.4y , , ,TER 'W f , ,. QL 1 L- ,f?5iffQl?Q3eQf5 1 ' JOHN ARNETT Secretary Vice President Treasurer BENNY PEN A -0 Y Q Q 1 Q f Advisor VONETTA HARR ROBERT PRUDON rd L. Howlett, T, H A' , , I , A .. K is' ,A AA V ' 'L "z 4- B we if if B E. Aubuchon, B. Ashbaugh, S, Barbour, D. Bauer, R. Bowman, I. Bristow, J. Burgess. . ' 4 1 N ' T f i s .r M .xii ,yy .. . wi fi ' , . sz . J ' '35, -. - K V17 iiifff D. Carley, R. Carley, A. Carpenter, L. Clark, R, Corwin, P. Corwin, G. Craft, 4, ,I .. , f, 4' fi 'T . .r Q B l M. Crist, D. Dixon, C. Dysert, B. Earl, J. Earl, D. Ellsworth, A. Fay. Wyse? b V !, V 4 f "". -. M wh' ' A ,- J . i , ' n A .. 507m WOYO K . E, . K W: ,awk Y. ,gt A .A V, ' :ff-as '- t I. Fizer, R. Flack, W. Fuller, C. Hannewald, T. Heeney, P. Higgins, K. Homing. V Q 5 Q R A tk,! W , ,Zi 3 . CM . K . 5, . rr B .B sf B if A . " Af K. . Q " 1 , r-L' I V .2 I, -' 1 4 . W 5 is ,ty 'r . V J. Horst, um, R. Huttenlocker, J. Jacobs, D. Hoard, L. Howa , 'V M .K 2 75. Ig, K 3 4 - -K iss., Q, , ik .vlfwjfh 5 VL ',V7 jig, 'K Q i i, ig., V' hu in gf? I Y w , . A C use C ,, H , , I H 5, ily ,,,, 5. eg Jnlfv, H V. , g ,I . M I, . ,fxezg . lf: gr . '1, 'H- GF s 1 f' , -V uk WIV' I if iplr . 9 antis, F. Lee, V. Liberski, B. Lindsnrom. N. Jacobs, R. Jarrel, P. Kelly, E. L 35 , S' T S' . . 'T . S 5 ...if 'S ! f i ' ffffit ff 1 TQ S: H 1 F L. Lotridge, D, Ludtke, I. Machik, B. Messner, C. Meyer, F. Mills, P. Moechel, f ' he , l : H Q W 575' 1 hr 5- ' 5: j -'N , ,, .. I u h f f-.Q Lf W :- 'S ,. ,f 1 ff f' : at f , B. Mote, B. Mustatia, E. Neele . I. Pickett, D. Rick, N. Rickman, R. Sam son. Y P f ,S 5' kffilf . Ti. 4: 5 K .52 9 F54 ' 'wgif . 1 :v M, . ' 1- A t w lf: Q.. A ' R, Satterlee, A. Schlee, D. Schuette, D, Schultz, P, Schultz, B. Scott, D. Sober, P S ' t -4 -ass 1-N :gg W - Q55 f " if I' ,.,,,, . , . S , t 'ww S .' . W g my J 1 P. Spadafore, H. Stanfield, R, Stoddard, J. Talyor, C. Teachout, P. Trapp, J. Valenti, ,ktt M. Wheeler, R, Wireman, W. Withrow, 36 Af!! Fx N . IX al J' 1' cf .gf if 5?-4 mi X, :eff . ss' ,. 1 f .4 1 ' ,. 1:15 .sr at 4' .:' I ., , ,, ..,,.,,.,,. 45' 545, 3 Y-5,52 If mn A J . ..r-'if "Xv.,w . - fa? ""'-c. 5 A lfxw f X . . 7,5 , Wm, . aw ifqf . ' . kv' 4' - b wi ? ,' W 1 f, -- 'J Ivy- f' . , ' . fists V A 'ir' 'Q L , ' f ,fm ' X - 4 " " V, ,- 'X ,fX,. x. 4 I 3 wt Kxxxx X fa-Q Sl W 'f Xl' , 1-XXX' fi A5 si A yi , . , , f 3 K L S '1 Q P3 .Yly ,- , f H xx K A 32 ' an x .,' f EIS ff R . A . 3 , 1 fe, ., Pres1dent Vice President JOHN MASON TONI MILLS Secretary Treasurer if ' I gg ' e-' QI. Q ' is li Wx nf M SARAH LIMING GARY CORNISH 41 ' ,l J-.H u Advisor g'Q,fj1:g::i. ' , ,V ga, t Advisor '35-1,6 gf 1 22? f-f,f"?'f. ,. 3 425. my ..-mgg. 29:-'ggi a.L:':?.g.,'- ff' 'Q -'!:4e1'- 1 5-' ' 'Tins Q M'ff3.11'L' 1 .' I BESSIE MITCHELL FRANK RADOWSKI 38 if W I 5. . .fk, t g, f f lg, ,. Q . . C 1, Q r Q K i. , .L .J A e- N:..J' 1 my , fi ' f -A . 1 Elf' -1 " , V mwuwum M B . .C is CBCC ,, C r, Barber, E. Bartig, L. Baum, B. Boring, D. Broesamle. K. Allan, P. Baisden, B. vv' . 4. Z t,L, Q D. Brooks, J. Budd, B. Carley, B, Carpenter, P. p 4 f Sli?-A 1 , 5 af' ffyffs-Q ..,. 5 . 1 Y f L , z. 1 r M aumhzble 1 K 4 ,N ,A I PHOYO Car enter, M. Cassidy, G. Churchill, . f , I . W . . . . ..., , , J., It ,.. , , . . F fr . SX" 2 7 D " A1" 'W L L - K. Clark, L. Clark, D, Collier, B, Collins, H. Craft, K. Craft, G. Cranna. ' as ff . . 1253 " 'l , Z - V -sv V ,fr ,A 'A' : S. Dixon, B. Donahue, J. Drew, P. Dysert, L, Feldpausch, J. Fizer, J, Fletcher, jfi' ll reer B ' F C C B - X , i f- f C elkr B B e.r. B' B ,...r lx t o D ... . W . V r - Q - 'f '1?'5.:'i?iZ55'ffI? 73' 9' - D - ' nf-fl --4 ' G. Freymuth, J. Fuller, D. Hardt, M. Heeney, M. Hensley, A. Howlett, J, Hunt, af f , ff ',.' L . .A1 . ' - - , ! L- , E :Q , ' 4 . B Q ' a?.wr g?"'o .C s C. "" ' 'M ohnston, V. Kimbirauskas, D. Lantis. J. Liberski. D. Hutson, J. Jackson, E. Jacobs, M. J 39 A .v e"" fix f ' A K. , 1, -. w M L V 1 '-V1 - V- 11, . . ': .I N h ff-f L L 7fL'1g5f.5, gt, fi 'ff f 7 ,- V ki M X 1 " ' V ' " W' K K 1 ' 1 , .nu 4-uw...-. Y , ffxlfvf- ' 21f+f'lW 2 'PV' " MZ ' 1 ' Y kj ' 'Q , 5.111 fs 11.35. 5 , , 1 ' 'fl '7 ,KV f -'Hifi' ,wif-Y G, Lee, S. Liming, L. Lindemer, V, Lindstxom, P. Long. J. Love, A. Mays, S S L L ' L ' . .M Q ' ' ,,- . X 2 'i 'f ' f' 'ik :VT '- D. McArthur, B. McC1eer, D. McVay, L. Mills. J. Musbach, K. Musolf, B, Oakley. " W fi., .. Q' ' . ' .5 I in 'f, s -ff ' 5 ,M . I 'Y' ur 5 . .5 eeL.' L 'eefe fx LLLL Nw, x ! C. Palmer, C. Pickett. J. Potts, D, Potts, L. Randolph, H, Rickman, D. Risner. gn .Lg A wh' v ,VT R , , 1, , ,. t r 41,73 it Q -5 Q X l . -cv" , W M..-V I L E. Risner, D. Rose, M. Ryba, C. Salyers, D. Salyer, J. Salyers, M. Salyers. is if gay, K Q ,K Q 3 W . A . . f .LJ , ...' A S , ,L Q V K .va 5' 4 1 , :E ,W , .. . . L . , X., . , + f- ,. 1 f 1... .. .f M fv . N. Schlee, B. Shephard, M. Shevrovich, L. Simons, R. Slone, B. Smith, G. Smith. Fw 3' xfh' M. Smith, C. Sober, D. Sober, M, Stevens, O. Stevens, D. Streets, D. Sweet. 40 1 G . 4 . , . ' ' .rf - ,-?fff'gJ'.1 P. John r 'xifn ziil ol ffl f h 4 57 . ' f 'N' il' nyoh , . W A '. ' 1 Z2 ' ynhr 1 Bob Jan Larry C. D. N. , B. Taylor Wetzel Wild Williams Wilson Wireman Young Taylor Who Me? . 4.9.2 .z--5.. Y-...QFC-.,-, 5 I . I int.,-K -xx , ' S -. "Eff ' ,BW " f Lev M-.fr . ..W r of .1,r.?f'4 wir.. ' 'J X 4 1-fr fr , ,ff S... A 'Q ,wi , . Bright W' f. 3 If ' V , ' 'Mwgw g ' if ' -'J' Pretty 5..+Wi2rh .+ 4I Aren't They Sweet Catching Up With Christmas? Bunch' of Farmers! Interesting Isn't It? Why So Sad? 42 I aw i F r s Q Q 4 . 5 be 4 272 I A '- . . A if 1? , a ' fi C A b Ti A ggfff -if ' ' f' ' ' A Q ' , " kfjffv k ,':,j.gi .,,,. I, r jww ,. A A s Q ,ff-'J ' s B t ' MJ' , wi ' i " f '-W' aw ll '-4 . .1 ' -' J. c S. Abbott, D, Adams, M, Allen, J. Anderson, O. Anderson, D. Arnett, G. Bacon. ,A ' .ski .. 4 K 5 'ws 5 , - I? Qtlnf - . dl , u A I by 9 fu K 4 4' fi. , A 1 rl M f ,- f ' 'P 1 S. Barbour, K. Bartig, B, Bates, J, Bates, J, Baxter, M, Beckwith, D. Branham. if A ' - ii. . ' B A ' ff, ,,fV it wi? f, 3, A V mx D. Bristow, R. Broesamle, B, Brooks, B, Brooks, T. Bumpus, M. Burmis, W. Camburn. I, as i 4, . ,,..A- ,Q , F 1 A- ,V , ' ',,,, 1. , Wim 2 .fa Lf 't't ' A 1 Sammi assi:-,r D, Carley, K. Carpenter, L. Carpenter, P. Carpenter, S. Cobb, S, Collins, J. Conley, as 3 so A t .B . . Q A ,, fitfff r if. 4112 T, Cook, D. Corwin, D. Craft, L. Conway, C. Crandall, R. Dieterle, C. Dixon, V - ,K A , LN Q 2. " 'fi, - Q. 1.3?w2'il's 5225, ' D. Dysert, G, Emmons, W, Esch, W. Fletcher, B. Frinkle, R. Galbreath, K. 44 Grosshans. I . "fi s VY 0,-v'f+ V, I p in AW I , iff' K fn' M S "' ' t Q. -v . 'B .a as 'ff . 41 .,, rar.. Ar he H we 5, A. sr' , X k....w 1 , , .F L 4 ' til , .' ' .I "'h , E. Grosvenor, C. Gullett, R. Hannewald, S. Hansen, J. Hardt, M. Hecht, P. Hegge. 5 Ei I V. A Q x I Mlm 'V t .fl ' f L. Hill, R. Hoffman, C. Howlett, M. Hudechek, M. Hudkins, S. Huston, D. Hutchinson. , X. GQ' if fy Q 'lii' 1 ,A , Wg ,.k,,h ,H ,ul l - L 4 L as ",2, ,An':'o .Ju - B. Johnson, R. Johnston, J, Johnston, A. Kaiser, D, Kellenberger, J, Kitley, M. KIIOII, x 1 WMQV f A - . . , k 'Tf 1 ' - V: ' , . f L MV ' 3 'Zlflt 'ie' g wr W V Q gf, ' :Q .sew 1. M, LaFountain, B. Lantis, L. Lehman, K. Lyke, F. Machnik, E. Marshall, G. Matsen. - ,J K , gf if , N Avufmsr . if-r, ,, ia, W, f A ,jQ'f,jf.g w ,,, W' .-'. Y. Mays, E. Messner, M. Messner, W, Minix, B. Mollenkopf, J. Murray, D. Nickolas. . L L ff V Q , Q Xkiiffif K M b ' g -. ..l., . 5 , ' L ? ., ' J. O'Brian, D. Omans, J. Osbome, A. Otto, C. Ousley, N. Parks, B. Penix. 45 ,. S reer rttr r E. Plaont, F. Poe, L. Porter, M. Potter, I. Prater, M. Prater, K. Proctor, V fevr ' ' A'-, r1 R. Ramsdell, J. Randolph, J. Reilly, D, Risner, W. Risner, D. Robeson, S. Roepcke. . ssl-ff I K K .:'.jr'1.ff: p ,. S ., pw , ,gj , ' 'mfg 17.2 5 D Q 1 ,, .L greg' g - n . vi , ,Z 1 g fu .W W"r 1 2 r'r. C M - 1 of , 'I A D. Rose, I. Runciman, K. Sampson, C. Satterlee, J, Schray, L, Schreer, I. Seigel, I '31 4 ,A mga: Wigan: 12 ff - if A 'Q be ,gr -It . 5- ' M T A g .f V' W . YV: " 5 fy J ' .moto , V' ' ' 55:23. fiJ,2gf2.2f':' fy 1 -f1zj fr x" ' ' W f. . . I ' L. Shackelford, C, Sharland, D. Shepard, M. Shinkevich, C. Shortz, A. Smith, M. Smith 53 ' S .,.. S, S ,V-.1 I .' ' . , - ' 1 . . - of ,,.V A L . Azwgzgm ww , Spencer, E. Spooner, W. Stacy, J, Stanfield, S.Stanfie1d, W. Stearns, S, Stoddard. , ff ., .. in r W. 34 K .ykk x 'V 'K Q k v: Q, N 1 -'G' x ,V S in S ,trr .3 f . S to K, Stoffer, C, Sturgill, G, Sweet, G,Tater, S, Ulanowicz, M. Ward, J, Wild, 46 Q I' 'ix 1. 5- fi. if rss' fi .f A A , ,film .lg QQ A s, , A. A .G ,bu , . ,-:f".. . . .. , .2-'iw .. 2, f ,, " , yy. f..--' 2 , 'I :fiwi-ff f T3 5 ' 'Q . . W A - 1 1 ,K qT,f.v,-'QL ,L , gy, J- I , .. ' -...vii -116 Q-Eid. .. ef A ff: C. Lombard, A. Winters, G. Wright, J. Greene, D. Williams, B. Ackley, E, Adkins. ,Qu K v il ' I ,1' 'C' qa , , A K , , ' , .- vi 3 g, ,f,,k'g 87.53, 1' lf K. i. . Jil , wif-5135: gif. an .1 .av . E33 I ff -5- tr .- 'sf - 1 , , Norman HK ,A , fax' rx H' , ffhi ff K we J, K4 , fftgr, 5 rf. B. Allen, R. Arnett, D. Ashbaugh, L. Asquith, W. Bacon, J. Barbour, J. Barbour. Pl-Ioro Nor AVAILMLE W- , ,fy E, Vg fifag' 6 44.9.62 fjf-555 ,7 2 t 'KT M C' " T. Barnard, D, Bates. B. Beauchamp, D. Boos, N. Boring, S. Brady, E. Broesamle, A :-ll ' A Q" 4 .-f. ' fn , 4 ' Q -x iw . . lx A" gif V ' I' 'i i 'Gif f Kr-"l'7"7' ,.,',,2:LLl " f'W' 'ff"'i?2?i3 A if 3 N. Brooks, E. Brown, B. Budd, B. Budd, M. Burmis, D. Carley, R. Carley, no Q fs W me sf- 12 5 Q 'I W 'eu 1 " V "iii A - -vp . .,.. .X f. 1- r 4 k , . . , in ffktff- , -s , s rrl, ,. , fm A if f?'1?F?F-'f-1 i C' Q7 W ' ' - J. Carpenter, B. Cysta, J. Clark, S. Clark, C. Clemons, K. Coakley, C. Carmel. more ' K ,, I , ,v..l.p...1..o1, J k , K fy - 0 in 'ri ,.. M. ..g fig' L" . - s 4b 12 , ' ,bfiss , , - 52 f' f W W f! X B. Collins, D. Craft, D. Craft, C. Crist, R. Crist, D. Darlington. 47 1 J.. , . K 1 1, 0 J Q 11 M Q we Q f -' -if ff so n F :F rig f -A ' V V , .1 . 'f ,, 'S ' gf I' 1,4 N' N will . . 5 F . I , .,. Q ' ,, M. Dickinson, D. Dieterle, C. Dixon, J. Duszynski, I. Duszynski, J, Finch, K, Fink, .55 ' 5 -- Wi 'A I 75 X 1 iff? iff? . A ' Nff"1' f Sfff' ...Meir F 5 . I. Flack, B. Fletcher, D, Fletcher, E, Fletcher, E, Flores, K, Freer, M. Freer. 5+ , .m 5 Kgs' Y - 7, .gy 4:56 4, 1- F ,AX-ax. kk, W 1'-fy - - ,. ,nj .-:',:'M,. , . g f s ,J , ,A fe: ,. 1,5 " Q 4 A ij Y V 4, yr A-Mutant auf' ff.'ff.wf:'E!....zf'f2b ' 7 X57 f'l4l" 1-H55 r 7 'l fffq I J. Frinkle, C, Fuller, G. Gee, M, Gilmore, R. Gladstone, P, Greene, G. Grosshans, H . 1 '7'F"' F ' P. Hackworth, L. Hardt, S, Harvey, A. Hawkins, I. Hawkins, R. Hawkins, I. Hile. f i , Q, f 1.2 L' Ski A G fy , G, 52 , .W 441 AK fa 4 if f ' ! mfffg::1'2f1gf: D. Hill, B. Hollis, L. Horton, B. Howard, H. Howard, B. Howlett, P. Howlett. C2255 'il ' .fi iff if S' -Q r-'Egfr .-.,,t-' 'M if H A R, Hudechek, M, Hudkins, J. Huston, D, Hutchinson, W. Jenkins, D. Johnston, M. Hile. 48 P P r P' 'ft 1 ' P thP. K. Joseph, J. Kane, H. Kellenbarger, R. Knott, L. Kuntz, J. Kunzelman, P. Lantis, or AW" -""W 5 ' -f .X'. f ' P. LaPrad, J. Lehman, D. Marshall, E. Mayer, C. McC1eer, I. McGee, E. Menix. P 'i 1 '.Q 7 ' I. Mitteer, W. Moeckel, D. Mote, S. Murphy, R. Musbach. I. Oakley, M. Osbome. SE 1 . U .. . or A , ' ' - f' P P FIM .' . - ' ..f . 1 Pa : f. T555 P M Pf' .:'. P "i Q or ,, F. Patton, I. Poe, D. Poole, L. Porzsolt, S. Potts, D. Prater, G. Puckett, ,ff . .- j Qqg P ff if 1 P " , w P x.... , A sig . ,J -. ,K S -if , , ,W QV, hx., ,P,P.. ,QA ,, A X ,P P X, ....,. -f ear .o. .Q S S .M P f D. Risner, M. Risner, J. Roberts, W. Rowland, R. Ryba, L. Salyers, B, Salyers, 1 P-shP,' P"P ' r',lP If r-,' 30 P . S P ,. .. X PPPPMPP g li . . P ,M P A Q1ff,f5 Kl , i 1 P 1 - PPMPPM 3' P , 1-JF' P ' P P P r , s P ' P P P f S. Schreer, I. Schroeder, R. Schubert, P. Silveus, W. Silveus, F. Spadafore, D. 49 Spencer, ' QM f 'ei fha.. ' If iff' 'W 'X - " lf. fifvj " 1 H . '. 1- 't W S .- W- , "" -w---1---1 V. V A ' , 4, J3:3f5.'f! ,'?5f5p'ffjff.'R'sEfi3,'f. S 1..iz-551,213 -if - - .. V.. ' -' 'aiu ' 1 ' 515- Z '2g"n'f1'i.'f?ffa ' A f-1 'Ji' :JA " ff 'Q - R. Stacy, D. Stanfield, D. Stevens, D. Stoddard, S. Stotter, R. Sturgill, L. Sutliff, J. Taulbee .,.. .f., W ...,1f.-,mfu 'W -W ef '-W ' 33' v lei., V Q 1 , d ' . 2' 'V' 'Wifi' - 13," T . M ,, k 5' ' ' 55294 Wi ,fffQiT L 4 .ggi ,E xx, K if: V. 1. 1, ,ixyzg 45 . ,E , A Y . 5? . W - 'F' ,t:,Ej,i. 5.55. Q., 31, . Q g .zz X. ix.. Z , my ' Em . .E . 1,71 M 1 QW, .pgvfiffh amp f:,'f,' ,ug ' I f - Afg u ' f. '26, . .yfrffg-Q V. 13, ' 51, .xgisffw 5 ' KK , M 5:5515 I, af, 5' ' E 41" " X , ., . ', Wg? ' : 'S QL :W 'A A D. Teaohout, E. Tink, G. Tink. J. Trapp, B. Vining, G. Watson, T. Weddon, R. Wild. 555555: B. Wireman, J. Willman. A11 Work No Play Make Jack a dull boy 50 ' W . ,,,. . l l ,,A. A. Y , V A Q M , , A i -5. ,f f l ' ,A "'A f , I - ,: f A ' - ' " A ' ., H ,,., , ,W X "" " x "2 . .W '- M , 31, ' ,.J,,,,,A .. 'S ' Jil , .K ,V W ff,w - , ,, . kv .Q Z: 'Y R , V f - Q, N - I -, :VM 3 x :V xl , ya? .VH A M, , nr .. . .V ,L ,t M H i - J . 4, - Q 'X '.ff5""A , g . ' ,- , . ., 47' ,,::k,: N A JL MMM? x 'L - K -A 4. U I I I For-By-of The People Our Student Haurzcil 7' Assembly Committee Chairman Marian Ramsdell M5 ,, f President Vice President TO!!! R056-25011 Carolyn Robeson Ei r arf, KV' ' P P Secretary Treasurer Marilyn Ashmore Marie Jacobs Programs - Programs - Programs Our Assembly Hommiltce x0 Yzox I For the first time journalism and Advanced English was offered as a course in Stockbridge High. Along with this came the work on the school paper which was greeted by enthusiasm by the high school. Many extra hours were spent on the "Si1ver Scoop" but the experience proved very rewarding. 53 if ' ii i y i' x1 in t 59' Qi T 3. usnsy bye The only monkey caught. 1 I . Monkeys, thousands of monkeys. 9 S i , R Qs, ,A as Q 1 P 1 Q " as if 5 0 r 5.5.2, in ,,, if A , Take that- s A 5 if z,,iffQ7ff'fv ':'Q S y Food, food, food Specimens were collected through a porthole hi Don't cha believe me? and that! ' Where's the aspirin? -gt -. F t , sf' ,-I-vu:-J in " A7 37241. Hff5"'7 Typ al .wt ff: yo . . 9191 U- .4-.. . 1 f ' ' H . , .gr I 1 ' , 1 I - m ' 0 H '-""2'!!fQ'. sd... . ,iLE':ib,b:-3,1359 , an . Things get pretty hot sometimes. M. . ,541-iqfs it 1, 4- Lum ,,g3Ir'- " top the Wcddirzgu' "Stop the Wedding, " a three act comedy directed by Mr. Latimer, was presented by the Senior Class, November ninth and tenth in the High School Gymnasium. Maggie - - - Kristin - - Lorie - - Bill ---- Clarence - - Susan - - - Pat ------ Mayor Wilson - - Oscar ------- Mrs. Wilson - - - Snow-in-the-Face Fireman ----- Lieutenant - - Dean Dibble - - Brisselbean - - Minister - - Maid ---- Joe ------- Chief of Police - - - CAST - - - - - - - CAROLYN ROBESON 55 BARBARA MOLLENKOPF - MARGARET HUDKINS - - - - - TOM BASORE - - - - - ROBERT PEEK - - - - DORIS KATZ - - - IRENE BECKWITH - - -MARVIN CAMBURN - - - ELLS CRANDALL ' ' 'IOANN MILLER - -BEVERLY STEVENS - - - GEORGE F ABER - - - - BILL ROSE - - CLARICE COOK - - DON DICKINSON - " - BILL SMITH ' ' IANICE HARVEY - - - - DALE CLARK - - CHARLES BUMPUS ,Music .Music ,Music GIRLS' GLEE CLUB in-" BOYS' CHORUS Director - MRS. STEPHENS Again as in the past our vocal groups turned in many fine perfor- mances. They brought nothing but admiration upon themselves, the school and their highly capable director, Miss Stephens. MIXED CHORUS JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS Hauser! Hand ,Yuuiar Baud 58 Qf fukshli' wi' 1571114 We can be proud of our band this year Faced wrth the task of replacmg frve key players M Nye bullt a capable umt The marchrng band pracuced 1n all kruds of weather and led the enthu srasm of the crowd at all home football games Wrth thelr annual spung concert the band wrll close out a successful season Drrector HARLAND NYE Drum Major DIANE COLLIER Majorettes SALLY ABBOTT - PEG CARPENTER 59 ?ufure Zzrmcrs af America President - - - - - B. SMITH Vice President --------- J. SMITH Secretary ------- R. HUTTENLOCKER Treasurer - - ------ J. TAYLOR Reporter - - - ---- B. SCHRAY Sentinel - - - ---- I. PICKETT Advisor - - - -MR. CRONKHITE Left to right: B. Schray. I. Pickett, J. Taylor, B. Smith, R. Huttenlocker, Mr. Cronkhite. F Lee Clark as General Lee. 60 David Sweet conducts a Meeting. Qulure J-lawmakers af America F. H. A. OFFICERS Standing, left to right: S. Liming, M. Smith, D. Dixon, A. Wild, B. Ashbough Sitting: Mrs. Jungle, M. Wireman, C. Cook, M. Licbeck, P. Kunzeh-nan. bl Speech 61116 The speech club has had various projects this year. The main event was a play "Cinderella from Lore1and" which was put on for the elementary students and was accepted with enthusiasm. Officers were as follows: President, Carolyn Robeson: Vice President, Sharon Barth: Secretary, Beverly Stevensg Treasurer, Phyllis Morehouse. The club is under the direction of Mr. Latimore Library Stag As usual the library staff has kept our library in fine condition and has tried to give students as much help as possible. The officers were as follows: President, Mary Lou Roepckeg Vice President, Clarice Cook: Secretary, Virginia Lindstromg Treasurer, Katherine Craft. The library staff was under the direction of Mr. Fillmore. 62 Zlouth for Ghrisf The Youth for Christ Club held meetings twice a month. Singing and Bible drills were en- joyed at the meetings. The officers are President, Carolyn Robesonp Vice President, Barbie Roberts: Secretary, Clarice Cookg Song Leader, Doris Smithg Reporter, Darlene Dixon: and Advisor, Mr. Nye. Er'uturc Ceachers 611111 At the beginning of the year a new club was organized with eleven members present and was called the Future Teachers Club. The purpose of this club is to help students learn of the opportunities that are offered in the field of teaching. In the near future we plan to become Charter Members of the N. E A. and the M, E. A, President, Edsel Carpenterg Vice President, Carol Hannawaldg Secretary, Dorothy Ricky Treasurer Helen Stanfieldg Reporter, Sharon Barthg Advisors, Mrs. M. Mitchell, Mr. M. Latimer. 63 Varsity 611111 The Varsity Club this year set as their goal, a---whirlpool bath for the new gym. They earned money by selling basketball pins and putting on special events. Officers are as follows: President ---- - - - - - - Gary Smith Vice President - - - - - Chuck Bumpus Secretary ---- - - - Paul Ramsdell Treasurer - - - - - Ellsworth Crandall Director: Mr. Boyd. ins, 3 ..t3.a,f W . , ' W . llssts . Art 61116 The Art Club, under the direction of Mr. Fillmore, contributed many interesting exhibits to brighten up the halls of Stockbridge High. 64 mmf mrwfaw ezf am, f ' ',YvrTQi'f:SfE3f'i3s f :gg L r -, r -. 'fi2:'S"9? SUE .. ff V 1 : ' r ,,..,gQ'1sgie ljfxxg.-if QUEEN DORIS gf' NK fix, ,- , ' .glen W L , r U , 3'2" rl-f 11-ze 1 fr s ,. ' W-T A aw fi 1 1. sm ,Q ,, , , V N A M -, M , .- 1 . wear: ' I- ,qw-,zsrr .nav - s V 3- I ' 'V-,,.2 , ff VL , K xiff3'?"?:: r f - ' . -v - ' jg.-, 51 - '- W X M. . L 1 Ts 1' i i i ii1'vsa+ 5. , Q A, . ,, 1 . ,V 1 1-ygg 'QW-'gL,W 1 4' ,. 'gi W 3 5,1 as K ., , r , , r, L J - .. ..,, 3 L f Queen and Her Court The homecoming queen for 1955 was Doris Katz, senior at Stockbridge High School. Doris reigned over the homecoming game and the Senior Prom. Her court consisted of A -so Barb Mollenkopf, seniorg Marie Jacobs, s W ' juniorg Vonetta Harr, sophomoreg Lorraine - L 5 'K ' f Mills, freshman, M A -,B ,ry x . :I 1 3d kj '-:EP 66 Top, left to right: Irene Beckwith, Elmus Risner. Bottom: Judy Willmore, Margaret Hudkins, Joan Ward. Varsity Lfhccrleadcrs Left to right: Sheri Wisman, Vometta Harr, Fran Beckwith, Jean Burgess, Vivian Liberski, Syreta Dixon. junior Varsity Wzevrleaders 67 Oh My Gosh! Varsity Hasketball Coach Prudon had a new team to work with this year having lost eight lettermen by graduation. Only three lettermen reported for practice. Although the team wasn't in the winning column, much was accomplished by the boys and their coach. Charles Bumpus, Marv Camburn, Ron Mills, Tom Basore, and Bob Julien will be lost via graduation. Tom, Chuck, Fred, Doug, Skip 70 1 If f5,ll5k6f0llff The Junior Varsity enjoyed a profitable season. Having only one returning sophomore, they proved they could work together as a well co-ordinated team. Under the leadership of their new coach Mr. Collins, they showed a lot of promise for the coming years. Marv, Coon, Mike, Julie, Br'n Nose 7l Baseball Crack 72 . If Sfoaflzall The J. V's had a very successful season this year, even though they played under the handicap of inexperience. The majority of the players were Freshmen. We are looking forward to another very successful season next year. INJURED PLAYERS Although the Panther football team didn't have a very impressive record, there were many a thrill and much hope for the future. Graduating players are Tom Basore, Charles Bumpus, Marv Camburn, Ells Crandall, Maynard Corwin, Jack l-lassencahl, Ron Mills, and Paul Ramsdell. Ells Crandall was elected Honorary Captain and Paul Ramsdell Most Valuable Player. 73 up! Up! Up! Two points com ing up! It's mine! It's mine! Our Gum in Action Whoops missed! t ere II IS! Q... A L 4 f f.51Ln4,,, A ' -' - W, .zz Lf., A ' '11 Swv s'fsz,n,.Q..w qw.: 41, ig 3 31vW,,,f.,q1gQ:55g gzfseg .,,, ,. 1 .fWw,4g,5Q5 A 1: 'RG' f Q4 Q?" 2. .. 7: .f.,. 'H' .sw Y we-fz".s! afelewseg N ,Q 5145 ,W , . 5 Q, 2 A 1 lg. pd! il 3 il .W 9...-W .11 J 1 7 mi -4 z . L g Ns' d . if, E553 :sf t.em':2migsaf54Q A , . W" 'S ,, mmm. if S . ff- ,,,,,, K .. if ,X iq ,-.La zz .... . ii. ., ' 3 EE? 'M' 'Q -Q: s .. in 0 A- - - i C," f . 1,g,ci,g. ,' . ., vi, ,, V751 Q.. ,,.lv' I J t . ,, .. Q , E -eds' ffm? -1' , M.: A ' 1+ , V 1 J f 1fv5,.'94f' Wuxi? Q' ft '- H A 'xl' '21 184, pf fr w xg, t f. fi. -dn H. f Who's This Cat Qu' QV.. Avg :W , . . Mg - muff '. , ' - k Ei if I' x 2 'H+ W , 'Y ,Y LR D rv ,' , x ' whom: ' 5 . . 4 3 ' vi f 'gm ' rm- , ENV 1 I ,S , ' ,, , i iT's:"f1:,., if fl 3, 5 11-fx 1 'iii . 2 W, --122232 4 Q1 2 ' -:Q i vnr' 'Q' I : ' 1' sf, 13 ' Ai 1.3011 . . , f 1" " A W 'il h K , H I - may 5 L: ' K. I. " ' 'L . I t 0 ,, ' .. 'V Ag 2 . ..x,g'YL'-v v- . 1 - Q fear. . , ,M A s- 'L 1: t,. 25. f ig 2 Q4 1 A' ' - W : - ' Nice View pf' Memories f Our Queen? ml' ly How About Thar Yea, Man 0 . 1 . www 'MEZKCZZWQ Good Luck, Seniors WALLEN'S RESTAURANT Wallens Stockbridge, Michigan Congratulations ELIZABETH'S BEAUTY SHOP Munith, Michigan AVV BROWN COMPANY BAKERIES Jacks on, Michigan School Book Store for 58 Years JOHN C. WILLMORE AND A, W. BROWN Stockbridge, Michigan Compliments of BRIEF SUN C. J. SIBLEY Stockbridge, Michigan Good Luck, Seniors CHAPPEL SERVICE Stockbridge, Michigan The yearbook staff wishes to thank all those who made possible this yearbook! Congratulations, Class of 1956 Compliments of WMMM Mez! 'XX 3 71 Yzdffl' X 'C 2. X. Q Best Wishes, Seniors' Compliments of M 12. ami M QS BASCDTQE FAM I LY 715 Keewea A Builders of Car and Truck Frame Stockbridge, Michigan Extensions for Forty-one Years' M, ....,,,- ml, , ll .,.. ,I-I si ',l"' fl", lm' Q I "-.ll l"'n. ll"'lu, ii X ' 1' ,f' -' '-. "u 'N A SN lf' ,1' 'J' ', "., l' .N F' X 1' lv lu NN f rf ,I xx N Best Wishes, Seniors! aeyeke AGENC Y NIE L MILLS INSURANC E Phone 1 86 F 1 Stockbridge, Michigan Congratulations to the , Class of 1956 Compliments of Du-uYl.1.l S' PLM NIIQELD FARM BUREAU SUPPLY DRESS SHOP Far m Electr ic Implements Applianc es Phone 52 Phone 9-F6 Stockbridge, Michigan Gregory, Mich. J Qfzafemaf Best Wishes M12 md M125 WENDE LLJLABBOTT MM SALLV REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENCY Stockbridge, Michigan Compliments of Congratulations LLOYD C, HARR ROSE MOTOR SALES Sacco Fertilizer Dealer Stockbridge, Michigan Munith, Michigan Compliments of Good Luck, Seniors! U. S. POST OFFICE GEORGE HURST ELMER E, LEHMAN Postmaster Home of Bulova Watches Stockbridge, Michigan Stockbridge, Michigan Compliments of VVAY BAKING CO. Jacks on, Michigan vm: Compliments of NIALCI-ICD EJTECDTI-lEl2S': FORD 8: MERCURY John Deere - Firestone Tires P 1 -. 5 S.fmmmmD,NS.m.mmf Blue Sunoco Gas and Oil Clinton Chain Saws Phone 71 Stockbridge, Michigan Compliments of Compliments of I PATTEESCN 'PTQESCCDTT S LOC KER Phone 108 Stockbridge, Michigan Stockbridge, Michigan C omplime nts of I NGS HAM - SPTCDCKFDJIQD TDCEP GERALD RUNCIMAN Phone 103 Stockbridge, Michigan Compliments of C 6 L. Good Luck, Seniors! HOME I AND BTQOWNS HARDWARE Phone 88 Phone 123 Stockbridge, Michigan Stockbridge, Michigan STRENGTH gage Sho senvlcs o 4, 1 9 Q LL 5 5 X qbriq - e -9 STOCKBRIDGE STATE ' BANK f3F4f?Rg Stockbridge, Q8 255 93, Michigan Cgrx 'xv 32 9 15' SAFETY 5' SATISFACTION Best of Luck! A1 LJEPNEYS T-I Compliments of M COL.I.l N . . GS DINING ROOM E7 Stockbrid ge, Michigan SONS DeSOTO - PLYMOUTH Stockbridge, Michigan Best of Luck Seniors W1 LDES SUPER MARKET Stockbridge, Michigan Congratulations to the Class of 1956 Dgiamdefzk DEPARTMENT STORES In Michigan Stockbridge, Michigan Complimenfs of C. G. LANTIS and SONS SWS Phone 4'I Stockbridge, Michigan arms Harold Linn Compliments of MAYER'S GROCERY Confectionery - Groceries Frozen Foods Munith, Michigan Congratulations, Seniors! BRADSHAW'S GROCERY Stockbridge, Michigan Best Wishes STAN 1: I E LD EROS . Phone 77 Stockbridge , Michigan QLAQ KS MARATHON SERVICE Munith, Michigan Good Luck, Seniors CAIN'S GULF SERVICE Stockbridge, Michigan Compliments of PAUL SPADAFORE Stockbridge, Michigan Good Luck, Seniors! Conn.: N S' Stockbridge, Michigan C ongratulations , Seniors! M12 ml MES. PAUL C. EAMSDELL INSURANCE I- SHOPPER Stockbridge, Michigan Compliments of Congratulations From STATE K SALES AND SERVICE J Automobiles and Farm Machinery Phone 19 'The Bank Where You Feel at Home" Member F.D,I.C. M ,th M, h, Munith, Michigan urn ' IC lgan C ompliment s of D Er C STCDTQES, INC. Be st Wishe s! Compliments of PRICE AUTO BODY ROSS TANK COMPANY "Work Done the Way You Want It" Munith, Michigan Munith, Michigan Compliments of Compliments of Speedway "79" IVIULLINS Lfilfg BTQCDTI-I E2 S SCOTT FREEMAN Stockbridge, Michigan Good Luck, Seniors! MILLVILLE GENERAL STORE Good Luck DANC ER COMPANY On M-36 Stockbridge, Michigan Stockbridge, Michigan C ongratulations ! Oxgfafa LU MBER C OMPANY "Everything to Build Anything" Telephone 55 Munith, Michigan C ong ratulations , Seniors I COLLINS CONSTRUC TION Stockbridge, Michigan C ongratulations , Seniors! COEE SCI-I lil-:.l:l7i Ford Tractors - Ford Implemen New Holland Machinery Telephone 15 2 Stockbridge, Michigan ts Be st Wishe s , Senior s ! HATES LD VV. LLJ DT K E INSURANC E Life - Hospitalization - Polio Sick - Accident - Hunt - Travel Mortgage Phone AL 6-2793 Gregory, Michigan Compliments of 'FQCVVE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Stockbridge, Michigan E LEANOR MAY OR Best of Luck Seniors 0671 gmac' 2213055 Stockbridge, Michigan Compliments of CMV GLENN Er SONS Starting Our 43rd Year! Chevrolet - Buick Sales and Service Stockbridge, Michigan Comphments of RURAL TELEPHONE CO. Compliments of WENDELL A. BARBER HARVINS ICE CREAM Stockbridge MiCh'Q0"' WALTER F, KANTLEHNER Jeweler and Optometrist Established 1868 Authorized Faith Jewelers Chelsea, Michigan BEST w1sHEs z R. H. RENO and SON Munrru MICHIGAN Best Wishes to the Class of 1956 r-aovvn.ETT1S HARDWARE Gregory, Michigan Compliments of THE FIQST BAPTIST Cl-ILJTQCI-I Stockbridge Trust in the Lord with all thine heartg and lean not unto thine own understanding Proverbs 3:5 B E s'r WIS H E s Williams Truck Line, Inc. Congrautlations From POWELL SANDWICH SHOP Stockbridge, Michigan Compliments of ROY'S C LEANERS ROY SCHUETTE Stockbridge, Michigan Best of Success, Seniors J, W, ROWLAND Sinclair Bldg. , Stockbridge g k Congratulations MANUFACTURING CO. M U GROCERS BAKING CO. Screw Machine Parts D Q , Jackson, Michigan Stockbridge, Michigan Congratulations, Seniors Good Luck, Seniors MAYNARD BARBER LAWRENCE G. LINDEMER Builder - Painter ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Fitchburg, Michigan Congratulations, Class of 1956 I-I ICKOEY RIDGE FATQM DAITQY Phone Stockbridge 2lFZl N. S, TOPPING J. G, TOPPING Compliments of GREGORY BEAUTY SALON DORIS DONOHUE AL 6-2498 Gregory, Michigan Good Luck, Seniors! BRENISER AND SON GARAGE Gregory, Michigan Best Wishes MUNSELL'S GROCERY Gregory, Michigan Compliments of J. A. MITTER 8: SON Coal - Phone 155 Stockbridge, Michigan Best Wishes, Seniors! WKWJ BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOP Stockbridge, Michigan Best Wishes, Seniors! NAILIXIETQ FUNERAL HOME Stockbridge, Michigan Congratulations STEFFEY'S FOOD MARKET Plainfield, Michigan Compliments of BOB'S BODY SHOP BOB STOFFER Gregory, Michigan Compliments of MR, AND MRS, WILLIAM WILSON Stockbridge, Michigan Best Wishes! CLYDE JACOBS FARMERS PETROLEUM Gregory, Michigan Congratulations ! TOM AND MILL GIBNEY Gregory, Michigan Best Wishes, Seniors LUELLA'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Stockbridge, Michigan Lots of Luck, Seniors! MUNITH FARMER'S ELEVATOR Feeds - Grains - Seeds - Salts Phone 30 Munith, Michigan Compliments of W. A, ARCHENBRONN Hardware and Paints Munith, Michigan Our Best Wishes for Your Future Your Home Will Deserve C ompliments of l- I VCHESLJIQG Perfection GENERAL STORE E I Fitchburg, Michigan HEATING Ph. 89Fl llI1"5 GOOD FOOD Wear Oiters Shoes Good Luck "U "fn Everyday MUNITH Winf- DRIVE IN f N Arch Guard Jets for Sports I-I. E. NAAQS HALL Gregory, Michigan THE MARSHES Munith, Mich. Good Luck, Seniors NEIL BAR T ON STANDARD OIL Stockbridge , Michigan Good Luck, Seniors! TURKEYS George and Marion Liebeck ELEVATOR Sf'27'f4i , wtf s Feed, Seed, Coal and Grain xan ax Phone 124 -' Stockbridge, Michigan .ff - H Munifh Ph. 20-F4 The Best Wishes for a Bright Future NCDIQTI-1 STCDC KESIQ I DSE PIANO SHOP Best Wishes Congratulations STOCKBRIDGE PLUMBING Sz HEATING HANK'S 4250 Stockbridge TV SERVICE BRUCE H. HOWLETT Ph' 31"F'3 Stockbridge Compliments of GLEN AND .TACK MYERS Stockbridge, Michigan Good Luck, Seniors! MR. AND MRS. 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