Sylvania Burnham High School - Burgoblac Yearbook (Sylvania, OH)

 - Class of 1947

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CUTTERIIIIIII Beady to assist at a moment s notice Mr C D Cott rman congenial princi pal of our sc ool has spent four years at Burnham advising his students and trying to gain for them b tter education al facilities Mr Cotterman lnas received his B A and M A degrees He is an alumnus of Muskingum College and Ohio State University He has also been a student at the University of Toledo University of Michigan Western Reserve Umver sity and Columbia University He is now working toward his doctors de gree The class ol 1947 and future classes of Burnham will always retain fond memories of their school and a likeabl kindly principal Mr Cott rman IIIR. IRR BHUHIGHRTIIER Always a cheery smile, always a hearty laugh, always a helping hand -that's Burnham's own Mr. lra Baum- gartner, superintendent of Sylvania public schools. lust completing his thirteenth year in our town Mr Baumgartner is con tinuing the tremendous task of super vising the four schools comprising the largest exempted village system in Ohio M1 B as he is known received his education at Bluffton College where he obtained a Bachelor s degree and Ohio State University where he obtained a Masters degr e He is now working toward a doctorate The graduating class of 47 will long remember Mr Baumgartner and his many kindnesses and considerations throughout our last year and all years in Burnham High School , :rn THE DEHIIS Friends cf all studentsf -that describes our deans. Mr. Fred Ellsworth and Miss Rose Stand- ish are a very irnportant factor oi Burnharn. Their biggest jobs are advising the Student Coun- cil and l-lall Patrol. They issue excuses and have many other ichs around the school. OFFICE HElP Burnharn s ottice lorce con sists ol Mr Lora Randall Clerk ol the Board ot Pducation and her assistant Mrs Kat iryn Ran dall Mrs Mae lo nston is sec retary to Mr D Cotterrnan while Mrs Ve na Buck is secre tary to Mr rd Baumgardner Mrs Thelrna McC'onnel can loe found keeping the school books in perfect condition BOFIRD 0F EDUEHTIDII The govern 'ig oody of our school is rnade uo of Mr Clar ence Metnen Mr Glen Moore and Dr George Watkins with Mr Donald B veridge presiding as president a'ia Mr Robert Lora Randall r es as cer tor trie boar ' g n at ea rneeting is Mr lro Eau gart er er it d ocis . C X ' . ri ' f T . i c . Landers as vice-president. Mrs. . ' se vc- c cl, lc l d, Sian i. cr. ., Q .i ,A :ri ri , Sup ir. en ery cf Sci. Q. 5' 151 Thad S. Abell: B. S. Western Beserve Teachers' College University ot Cincinnati University of Toledo Geography Eighth Grade Adviser Lois Ann Adams: B. S. in Ed. Bowling Green State Uni- versity Bookkeeping I General Business Economic Geography Salesmanship Commercial Law Sophomore Class Adviser Bowling Club Kathryn Bess: B. S. in lour- nalism: B. S. in Ed. Ohio State University American Literature lournalism I and ll English 9 Student Prints Quill and Scroll Virginia Bahoney: A. B. Marshall College Typing I and Il Shorthand l and ll Business Arithmetic Business English Ruth Brown: B. S. in Ed. Ohio State University University of Toledo Home Economics 8 Supervisor ot Sylvania School Cafeteria Ronald V. Adams: A. B.: A. M. University of Toledo University ot Michigan World History American History National Honor Society Mary R. Bigelow: B. A. Grinnell Colleqe University ot Pittsburqh University ot Toledo University ot lowa Enqlish Civics Waldo Bliss Qhio State University Y. M. C. A. School ot Enqlish University ot Toledo lunior and Senior Machine Shop Iunior and Senior Mathe- matics Problems ot American Democracy Iunior Business English Blue Print Beadinq Senior Mechanical Draw- ina Vocational Club Ida Buhrow: B. S. in Ed. Bowling Green State University University oi Toledo Colorado State University History 7 Seventh Grade Adviser Exalencx Collins: B. S. Earlham Colleqe indiana University General Science Bioloqy Club Science Club ff Virginia Gibson: B. S. Ohio State University Vocational Home Eco- nomics Fr H. A. Sophomore Girl Reserves Frieda Heiby: B. S. in Ed. Bowling Green State University Algebra English 9 Mathematics 8 Thomas Gillooly: B. S. University of Toledo Advanced Algebra Mathematics Senior Class Adviser Hi-Y Golt Coach Robert Hollister Davis Business College Machine Shop Iunior Class Adviser Ruth McBride: B. S. in Ed. Dayton Art Museum Ohio State University Fine Art in High School Supervisor oi Art in Grade Schools Marian McGinn: B. S. in Ed. Bowlinq Green State University Physical Education G. A. A. Cheerleaders Leaders Club Roy Mansfield: B. S.: M. A. Bowling Green State University University ot Toledo indiana University American Problems American History Debate Debate Club National Forensic Leaque Harvey Miner: B. S. in Ed. Bowling Green State University Ohio University General Shop Practical Arts Safety Patrol Seventh Grade Adviser Ruhl C. Niswander: A. B. Bluffton College Ohio State University Bowlinq Green State University University ot Toledo Mathematics' 7 and 8 Nancy Rice: B. S. in Ed. Bowlinq Green State University Enqlish lU Grammar l2 Annual Adviser Ahce Sandxiord B S Umversrty ot Mextco Emer on College Columbra Untv r ty CGPGCT ag Engla a The Lourve Pans The Borghese Ro Untverstty ct MIC raa Spanrsft Spanlsh Club Se-mor Clas Advl er Helen Schroeder B S lndlana Stat Unrverstty Muncte Normal College Bowhng Green Stat Unrversrty Unrverslty ot Toledo Engllsh 7 Correspondence Club Y Teen E1ghth Grade Advr er Iuhcx Roblnson A B B St Mary s ot the Spnngs Ohlo State Unlverslty Engltsh 7 H1SlOfY 7 Mathematlcs 7 Specral Educat on Debart ment Red Cross Speclal Headlng Clas Freshrran Crass Advlser Rose Stcxndlsh B A Connectrcut College for Women Wellesy Colleg Northwestern UWIXG v Yale Umverslty Algebra l Plane Geometry Solrd Geometry Tngonometry Senlor Gtrl Reserves Honorary Memb r o Tnesp1ans Dean of Grrl Student Counctl Iune Shller B A Umverstty of Tc a Latln Englrsh 8 Latm Club Iurnor Cla Aav s T ' e si , ,Q 1' e, A n' '. - , me ' ' . ' ET, n ' s 'S : . . . 9 7 . 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T ss ' 1ser Lfg Orla Thomas B S Bowling Green State Universrty Ohio State University Southwestern University Universrty of North Caro ina Boys Physical Education Director of Athletics Football Coach Basketball Coach Baseball Coach Lelah Trombly B S Bowling Green State Jniversity Vocational Home Eco nornrcs F H A Sophomore Girl Reserves Ornson L Werner University of Toledo l9 years industrial experience Automotive Shop Vocational Deoartrnent Vocational Club W11ham Wood B S Ohio State University Ohio Northern University UH1VGfS1lY ot Toledo Chemistry Physrcs Director of Visual Eauca tion Proiection Club Chemistry Club Physics Club Lou1sWh1tmcm B S 1n Ed Bowling Green State University Biology Mathematics Assistant Basketball Coach Robert R Wyandt B M A Bowling Gre n Stat University Wittenbura Colleae University of Toledo American Problems Governrnent and Eco- nomics Director of Activities Director of Guidance .. .lf T21 vga ngato ' r V' V. 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In V .1.:, QL' ,3Vj'.ff,',1 ' V - M'.'.,jfiQ-yf,!V'i5f1fYfEfr1'4YZ Vys'-iz g"-"ffl" 'Vx - ' - '- -'H em:-1.., Vg,' M 'E 1-31 Sfhfly A5 14" 'hfwffqu 13 "1 SM-7?Bf Y, V , I ' " mv ww,,++4u25'?g,,,-gfqjf ,M 'nw ' PJ" QV f A V '7'35Z,,ffJf'A'J rl DUT 0F SCH00l lIFE IllT0 llFE S SCHOUL Yes at last the frrghtened tots who came to Burnham as seventh graders rn are now the darmg senlors at top of the terrls wheel Our last turn was led by SUSIE Gl1tzner Don Courtney v1ce presldent was her able assrstant Betty Tdlammons madly recorded the events whrle Ramona Gardner collected the fare Looklng back over our merry tr1p we remember our roller skatmg party at The Bollatonum when we were Freshmen Also that year many new classmates hopped on the ferns wheel wrth us to contlnue the trlp Then when we became lordly sophomores We sponsored a gala hay r1de lack Petrecca was very thoughtful for permrttrng us to hold th1s aftalr at h1s home Grand trlumph ot our Junror year was the Wrnter Dream at the Tr1lby Log Cabln on December 14 1945 We had the room decorated rn the tradltronal yuletlde sprrrt SENIOR OFFICERS SEATED Suzette Glltzner Donald Courtney STANDING Ramona Gardner Betty Hammons Looklng back over the last turn we rememb r our senlors who Jomed the merry go round of success by therr splendrd work m the dramatrc department The Prlnce of Peace declamatron cont sts speech tournaments debate tnps All Hlgh plays Semor play publlc speakrng n1ght and one act plays all clarmed SGHIOIS to add to thelr attractrons Gur bathmg b autles and muscle men attended the Splash Party at the Y M A Crownlng glory of our whole sen1or year was our semor prom wh1ch was held at the El Rancho Ballroom Twas wlth regret we saw our ferns wheel slowlng to a stop and We had to relmqursh our seats to the approachmg class Now we w1sh them the best of luck and secretly we envy them ii 1 ll ..- '41 ' ' ' , ' V T I ' , , , : I ' A fi JJ 4 'Y 4 X' . 'LAK . 9 , . , . , Q . W I I I I I I T ' e ' . . , , , I A NE BARILLOUX G. A. A, 4: Glee Club 3: Caps and Gowns Commit'-ee 4. LOUELLA BENSON Girl Reserves 2.3,4: Blue Tri' anqle l: G. A. A. 3.4: Student Prints Staff 3.4: Glee Club 2.3: Chapel Choir 3.4: lntramurals 4: Color. Motto. and Flower Committee 4. RICHARD BLACK Choric Speech 2: Drama Club 3,45 Thespians 2,3.4: Debate Club 2.3: Prince of Peace 4: All Hiqh Play 2: Class Presif dent 2: Hi-Y 2.3,4: Football 3.4. lntramurals 1: Sports Club 3: Latin Club 1.2: Hall Patrol 2.3: Student Council l,3: Proiec'ion Club l.2,3.4. Bioloqy Club l: l-li-Y Choir 4: Baseball 3: Picture Committee Chairman 4. IOHN BLYSTONE Baseball 3.4: Intramurals 3.4: Latin Club 3.4: Name Cards Committee 4. STANLEY BROWN Sports Club 3: l-li-Y 2.3.4: Vocational Club 3.4: Football 2. Intramurals l.2.3.4: Latin Club l: Name Cards Corn- mittee 4. EMERSON BAYF5 Physics Cluk' 4: Cars and Gowns Cfrrrriiivee 4. VERA IEAN BILLINGS Blue Triangle l: Girl Beserves 2.3.4: G. A. A. 3.4: Sports Club 3: Glee Club l.2.3y ln- tramurals 3.4: Student Prints Staff 3.4: Picture Committee 4. BETTY BLACK? ORD Blue Trianqle ly Girl Reserves 3.4: Chapel Choir 4: Red Cross 35 Theater Committee 4. BARBARA BROWN Blue Triangle lj Girl Reserves 2.3.47 G. A. A. 3.4: lntra' murals 3,4 CCC-Manager 43: Student Prints Staff 3.4: Chap- el Choir 3: Glee Club 3: A Cappella Choir 4: Bed Cross 1.2: Caps and Gowns Corn- mittee 4. IOHN CONDON Vocational Club 3.4: Name Cards Committee 4. I7 DONALD COURTNEY Band l,27 l.atin Club l,27 Hi-Y 2,3,47 Annual Staff 4: Football 2,3,47 Basketball 3,47 Baseball 3,47 Class President 3: Choric Speech 27 National Forensic 23,47 Thespians 2,3,47 Drama Club 3,47 Projection Club l,2, 3,47 lntramurals l7 Sports Club 37 Student Council 1,27 Prince of Peace 47 Debate Club 2,3,47 l-li-Y Choir 37 Senior Prom Chairman 4. DONALD COX Latin Club l,27 Bioloay Club l7 lr. Red Cross 27 l-liAY 2,3,47 Chemistry Club 37 Physics Club 47 National Honor 3,47 luke Box Operator 2,3,47 Pic- ture Committee 4. NORMA CREQUE Blue Triangle lg Girl Reserves 2,3,47 Latin Club 27 G.A.A. 3,47 Intramurals 3,4 lCo- Manager 437 Student Prints Staff 3,47 Chapel Choir 37 Glee Club 37 A Cappella Choir 47 Sports Club 37 Ma- icrette 3,47 Senior Banquet Committee 4, RICHARD DAVOLL Vocational Club 3.4: Picnic Committee 4. RICHARD DEBORD Basketball l,2,3,4 lCaptain 4l: baseball 3,47 Hi-Y 2,3,4 tPres1- dent 417 Glee Club l7 Hi-Y Choir 3,47 Annual Statt 47 All High Play 4 tStage Man- agerl7 Thespians 47 Caps and Gowns Committee 4. I8 IOANNE COWAN Blue Triangle 17 Girl Reserves 2,3,4f Glee Club l,2,3: G.A.A. 3,47 Intramurals 3.4: Hall Patrol 47 Sports Club 37 Ways and Means Committee 4. HAROLD CREQUE Vocational Club 3,47 lntra- murals 47 Name Cards Com- mittee 4. MILDRED IEANNE DAGUE Latin Club l,27 Blue Triangle li Girl Reserves 2,3,47 Choric Speech 27 Drama Club 3,47 Thespians 3,47 All High Play 37 A Cappella Choir 4 tChoir Council 4l7 Prince of Peace 3,47 National Honor 3,47 Na- tional Forensic 3,47 Ouill and Scroll 4 CPresider1t 417 Girls' Ensemble 3,47 Student Prints 3,47 Annual Staff 47 Chapel Choir 3,41 Majorettes l,2,3,47 Red Cross l7 Correspondence Club lj Sports Club 37 Glee Club l,2,3. IANET DAVIS Blue Triangle 17 Girl Reserves 23,47 Chapel Choir 47 Red Cross 37 Commencement Com- mittee, ' KARL DELAUTER Bzsketball l,27 Football 2,3,47 Vocational Club 3,47 Hi-Y 2,3, 47 Varsity B 2,3,4: Hi-Y Choir 3' lntramurals 3,47 Picnic Commitee 4, LEONARD DETWILER Latin Club l,2y I-Ii-Y 2,3,4: Debate 3: Hall Patrol 4: All Hiqh Play 4, Christmas Can- tata 4p Prince of Peace 4, Thespians 47 Basketball 3,45 Sports Club 35 Intramurals l,27 Ways and Means Committee 4. LUCILLE DRABIK Blue Triangle l Girl Reserves 234 GAA 34 Sports Club 3 Hall Patrol 4 Glee Club l2 3 Caps and Gowns Com mi WILLIAM EISENBRAN DT Football 2 3 4 I-I1 Y 2 3 4 Vo ational Club 34 Basketball l Picnic Commi tee Chairman IACQUELYN FUERST Spanisn Club 2 Blue Triangle l Girl Res rves 2 3 4 Choric Speech 2 Drama Club 34 Thespians 3 4 All Hlqh Play in ' Peace 3 4 tional For-ensi 3 4 Quill and Scroll 4 Student Prints Staff 34 Annual Saff 4 Chapel Choir 3 4 G A A 3 Red Cross l Debat 3 Correspcndence Club S rts Club 3 Glee l Z 3 I-I l Patrol 4 b li y Chairman 4 BUSTBR GARRETT ct a Ca, am Tra rc 3 -r Ease all 3 4 Intra murals 2 3 4 Vocation Club 3 pl n ommittee 4 BARRON DEYE Basketball 2,3,4 fCaptain 45: Baseball 3,47 Varsity B 3: H1-Y 2,3,4, Sports Club 37 Proection Club l,2y Hall Patrol 4 tCaptair17: Student Council 47 Student Prints Staff 3,45 All I-Iiqh Play 4 tStaqe Manaqerlg Annual Staff 4: Thespians 4, Class Party Committee 4. HELEN DZIENNY Blue Triangle l CPresidentl irl Reserves 23 4 tPres1dent 2 41 Choric Speech 2 Drama lu 3 4 Thespians 3 4 bapel Choir 34 G1rls En semble 34 Student Council 4 Annual Staff 4 Student Prints Staff 3 4 Sports Club 3 Correspondence Club l Glee Club l23 Intramurals 4 Ir Cross l4 G A Qu1ll and Scroll 4 Commen ment Corrmittee 4 MARVIN FINK Vocational Club 34 Bioloay lub l Picnic Committee 4 RAMONA GARDNER Girl Reserves 2 3 4 Blue ri angle l Sports Club 3 Cor respondence Club l Intra nurals 4 Senior Par y Com fnittee 4 LAURA GIBSON ays an I ans ornrnittee 4 I9 . N I . , . I . . . . : v . , . A. . I : . , b . . r 1 r N-' 1 r 1 r 'ttee 4. C ' , 5 ' ' - Red ,p ,A. . 3,4: ' I ce- . . . , 7 '- t . 1 - ' , : ' C ' , : C : ' ' '. . 4: V I h B I ' 1 7 ' ' . . : T '- : ' G , , 7 ' 5 : f 35 Pr' ce c. , 5 Na- . ' . , .C I I . - , J '2 7 X x., if :CC - I C ub fy .a.l g Pu.,- .cit Committee ' ' . Fa II 23,4 IC at ' 43: Gi-ee Club l,2,3: VI " .ii C' uf: b . : - .Ae C . , . l, . , 7 ' al .3 ,4' 'C ic C ' . LLOYD GILBERTSON Golt l5 Varsity B 25 Voca- tional Club 3,45 HiAY 3,45 Senior Picture Ccrnmittee 4. RITA GOLEMBIEWSKI Blue Trianale l5 Girl Reserves 2,3,45 Choric Speech 25 Span- ish Club 25 Drama Club 3,4: Correspondence Club lg Thespians 3,45 National Honor 3,45 Intramurals 45 Annual Staii 45 Theater Committee 4. HAROLD GRUBER Hi-Y 2,3,45 Intramurals 1,3,4: Vocational 3,4 fPresident 435 Commencement Chairman 4. IAMss GUYTON Intramurals 2,3,45 Sports Club 35 Student Prints Staff 3,45 All Hiqh Play 45 Christmas Cantata 45 'lhespians 45 Bac- calaureate Committee 4. ROBERT HARDY SUZETTE GLITZNER Blue Trianqle l5 Victory Corps l5 Red Cross 25 Girl Reserves 2,345 The-spians 3,45 National Honor 3,45 Prince ot Peace 3, 45 All High Play 3: Drama Club 3,45 Choric Speech 25 lntramurals 3,45 Physics Club 45 Spanish Club 25 Corre- spondence Club lj Sports CEub 35 Senior Class President 4. JERRY GRIFFEN Vocational Club 3,45 An- nouncement Committee 4. IULIA GUERNSEY Latin Club 1,25 Correspond- ence Club l5 Girl Reserves 2,3,45 Blue Triangle lj Drama Club 3,45 Quill and Scroll 4: Physics Club 45 Student Prints 3,45 Chapel Choir 3,45 Ir. Red Cross l,2: G.A.A, 45 Sports Club 35 Intramurals 45 Banquet Committee 4, BETTY HAMMONS Annual Editor 45 Senior Class Secretary 45 Student Prints Staff 3,45 Drama Club 45 Thespians 45 Prince of Peace 45 GAA. 35 Sports Club 35 Intramurals 3,45 Glee Club l5 Baccalaureate Committee 4. KATHRYN HARMS Fcotball 45 Hi-Y 45 Senicr Eiuc- Triangle l5 Girl Reserves 'fickef Ccrnmitfee 4. 23,45 Correspondence Club fr Irztrfrmurals 45 Sports Club 35 Ea 'calaureate Ccrnrniftee 4. 20 IOSEPH HASS HAROLD HECKATHORN Vocational Club 3,47 Senior Chemistry Club 37 Physifs Pi:nic Committee 4, EILEEN HEINEY DeVilbiss High School l7 G.A.A. 3,47 Girl Reserves 47 Chapel Choir 47 Intramurals 3,47 Sports Club 37 Commence- ment Committee 4. BETTY ANN HENDRICKS Blue Triangle 17 Girl Reserves 2,3,47 G.A.A. 2,3,47 Sports Club 37 Ir. Red Cross 17 Choe ric Speech 27 Drama Club 37 Thespians 3,47 Quill and Scroll 47 Forensic 3,47 Prince of Peace 47 All High Play 37 Student Council 37 Chapel Choir 3,47 Girls' Ensemble 3,47 Annual Staff 47 Student Prints Staff 3,47 Girls' Glee Club l,2, 3j Debate Club 37 Intramurals 47 Correspondence Club l, Announcement Committee 4. MARIAN HOBLING F.l-l.A. 47 Blue Triangle lg Girl Reserves 47 Girls' Glee Club 27 Christmas Cantata 47 Banquet Committee 4. VELERH HUFFMAN Blue Triangle l7 Latin Club l,2g Spanish Club 37 Bacca- laureate Ccmrnittee 4. Club 47 Colcr, Flower, and Motto Committee 4, IOYCE HENDERSON Blue Triangle l7 Girl Reserves 2,3,47 Chapel Choir 3,47 Glee Club l,2,37 G.A.A. 2,3,4: Sports Club 37 F.l-LA. l7 Hall Patrol 4: Student Prints Staff 3,45 Ways and Means Com- mittee 4. IRENE HIPSHER F.l-l.A. lg Correspondence Club l7 Blue Triangle lg Girls' Glee Club l: Woodward Friendship and Avelian Clubs 27 Senior Picture Committee 4. WILLIAM HUDSON Chemistry Club 37 Physics Club 47 Spanish Club lf Track 3,47 Picture Committee 4. IANET IACOBS G.A.A. 2,3,47 Girl Reserves 47 Girls' Glee Club l7 Hall Patrcl 3,47 Memorial Committee 4. 2I IOANN IACOBS G.A.A. 2,3,4, Girl Reserves 47 Girls' Glee Club l7 Hall Patrol 3,47 Student Prints Statt 47 Barfalaureate Committee 4. CARTER IOHNSON Us Vilbtss Hiah School l7 Basketball 2,3,47 Debate Club 37 Factball Student Announcer 4g All Hiah Play 47 Thespians 47 Hall Patrol 3,47 Sports Club 37 National Forensic 3,47 Christmas Cantata 47 Baseball 3,47 Student Prints Statt 3,47 Theater Committee Chairman 4. DOLLIE IONES G.A.A. l,2,3,4 fPresident 477 Drama Club 3,47 Thespians 47 Girl Reserves 47 Chapel Choir 47 Matorettes 37 Sports Club 37 Correspondence Club 47 Hall Patrol 47 Bake Sale Committee 4. IOSEPH KEELER Vocational Club 3,47 Caps and Gowns Committee 4, HOWARD KOLBE Hit' 3.4: Vocational Club 3.4: Band l ,Z,3,4y A nnouncemenf Committee 4, 22 RUSSEI. IENNEWINE Vocational Club 347 An- ncuncement Comrnitce 4. RICHARD JOHNSTON Student Council 37 Hi-Y 273,47 Fhespians 2,3,47 Forensic League 2,3,47 Annual Staff CBusiness Manager 4l7 Prince oi Peace 3,47 All High Play 47 Choric Speech 27 Drama Club 3,47 Debate Team 2,3,47 ln- tramurals l,27 Spanish Club 37 Hi-Y Choir 37 Sports Club 37 Basketball 2,3,47 Propection Club l,Z,3,47 Biology Club l tPresidentt7 Debate Club 2,3,4 fPresident 437 Hall Patrol 47 Farid l,27 Prom Committee 4. BETTY KECK Girl Reserves 2,3,4: Chapel Choir 3,47 G.A.A. 273,47 Sports Club 37 Hall Patrol 47 F.l-LA. lg Student Prints Staff 3,47 Senior Banquet Committee 4. LOREN KITCHEN Vocational Club 3,47 An- ncuncement Committee 4. DELORES KRITZER Correspondence Club lc F.H.A. lg Blue Triangle l7 Girls' Glee Club l7 Intramurals l,47 Whitney Athletic Club l7 Memorial Committee 4. BETTY ANNE KROLL Blue Trianale lf G,A.A. 2 3,47 Correspondence Club l ,27 Girl Rc-serves 2,347 Chcric Speech 27 Glee Cluli l,2,37 Drama Club 3,47 Thespians 3, 47 National Honor Society 3,47 Annual Staff 47 Girls' Ensem- ble 3,47 Intramurals 3,47 Chapel Choir 3,47 Sports Club 37 Vice President 37 lNays and Means Comrriiftee Chairman 4. CAROLYN KUIAWSKI Blue Trianqle lj G.A,A. 2,3,47 Correspondence Club l7 Girl Reserves 2,3,47 Choric Speech 27 Drama Club 3,47 Thespians 3,47 Chapel Choir 3,47 Glee Club l,2,37 Annual Staff 47 National Honor Society 3,47 Intramurals 3,47 Sports Club 37 Commencement Committee Chairman 4. DORIS LAPOINT Pl-I.A, 47 Glee Club 1,27 Girl Reserves 47 Senior Banquet Committee 4. BETTY LOU LAY G,A.A. l,2,37 Girl Reserves l,27 Glee Club l,2,37 Caps and Gowns Commiitee 4. MARTIN LOCKHART Vocational Club 3,47 Picnic Committee 4. DUANE KHOYER l'?1'Y 2,3 4: Football E47 Bas' ketlrall 3,4 Vocational C1112 3,47 Sports Club 37 B irii 1,.1 37 Caps and Gowns Circ'- tee 4. EDWARD LANGLEY Debate Club 47 Safety Patrcl l,2,37 Spanish Club 3,47 Christmas Cantata 47 Prince of Peace 47 Intramurals 2,47 Memorial Committee 43 A Cappella Choir 4. KEITH LARZELERE Debate Club 47 Spanish Club 3,47 Safety Patrol l,2,37 Me- morial Committee 4. IOHN LEITNER Band l,2q I-li-Y 2,3,47 Intra- murals 3,47 Vocational Club 3,47 Name Card Commrtee 4, BARBARA MAIN Girl Reserves 2,347 Sjzcrts Club 37 Intramurals 3,47 Ways and Means Ccmmivee 4. 23 "Q- CHRYSTAL MARTIN Girl Reserves 2,3,47 Band l,2, 3,47 Blue Triangle l7 Chapel Choir 3,47 A Cappella Choir 47 Intramurals 3,47 Ir. Red Cross 37 G,A.A. 23,47 Corre- spondence Club l7 I-Iall Patrol 2,47 Bake Sale Committee Cnairmixn 47 Commencement Cczrzniittee 4. BETTY LOU MERZ Blue Triangle l7 Girl Reserves 2,3,47 Cliapel Choir 3,47 Intra- murals 37 Glee Club 3,47 Color, Motto, and Flower Committee 4. CARL MILLER Varsity B 2,3,47 Football 2,3,47 Vocational Club 3,47 I-IifY 2, 3,47 Sports Club 37 Intramurals 3,47 Senior Picnic Committee 4. ROSE ANN MILLER Glee Club 27 Baccalaureate Committee 4. RUTH MINOGUE Girl Reserves 2,3,4: Glee Clul: 3: Ciioric Speech 27 Drama Club 3,47 Tiiespzans 3,47 G.A.A. 3,47 Student Council 247 'Quill ana Scroll 47 Stu- aen' Prinfs Staff 3,47 Annual Staff 4: Prince cf Peace 47 All High Play 2,3- Latin Club 1,27 Sports Club 37 Cheer- leaier 1,27 Chapel Choir 3,4- Hall Pa'r:l 4: Sa'5a1au:ea'e .,I,fT1ITlI"f19 Cziaizrtiirzi -Q. 24 IOANNE MARIETTA Girl Reserves 2,3,47 Blue Tri- angle l7 G.A.A. 27 Band l,2, 3,4 CPublicity Chairman 47: Student Prints Staff 3,47 An- nual Statf 47 Tliespians 47 Glee Club 37 Prince of Peace 47 I".I'l.A. I7 Latin Club I7 All I-Iiqh Play 47 Public Speaking Niqht 37 Drama Club 47 Victory Corps l7 Publi:1ty Committee 4, ROBERT MICHAM I-IiAY 2,3,47 Vocational Club 3,47 Varsity B 37 Intramurals 2,3,47 Senior Picnic Committee 4. IEAN MILLER Girl Reserves 273,47 Chapel Choir 3,47 Intramurals 47 Hall Patrol 47 Commencement Committee 4. ROSE MARIE MILLER Girl Reserves 4: Chapel Choir 47 Memorial Committee 4. DAVID MOORE Vocational Ciul: 34: Com meniement Committee 4, PHYLLIS A. MORSE Band l,2,3 4: Glee Club 1,2- A C11 giella Choir 4, Girl Re- serves 2,37 Blue Triangle I- C:.A.A. I 2: I-Iall Pafrci 3- Intramuruls I,2- Publifify fi, ,W ..-. 4 x.Cfl....l,f-' -1. NORBEHT NAPIERALA Vocational Club 3,45 'Nuys and Means Commitee 4. RUBY NEFF Girl Reserves 4, Chapel Choir 47 C1,A.A. 2,3,4, Glee Club l,2,3: A Cappella Choir 4, Intramurals 4, Caps and Gowns Committee 4. MARIORIE NORTHCOTT Baccalaureate Committee 4. GALE PANT :xiiigy Wuxi .- it-I -,.i' ,:ga1::gaQ Cfuii 24- Caps an: Ji'.'.'!'1S Hnmittee 4. DONNA MUNZ Blue Trranjle I, Girl Reserves Z3,4, G.A.A. 3,-4, Intramurals 3,4: Chapel Choir 3: Maier- eftes 3,4, Latin Club 2, Drama Club 4' Czlee Club 2,37 Sports Cru: 5, Purlixify Committee 4, IUANITA NEARHOOD Glee Club l,2,3, G.A.A. 4, Girl Resrves 4, Banquet Com- mittee 4, LESTER NIEMAN Vocational Club 3,4: Bioloqy Club l, Announcement Com- mittee 4, MILTON OLANDER National Forensic Leaque 2.3, 4: Debate Club 2,3,4, I'Ii4Y Z,3,4, Football l,2,3,4, Basket- ball l,2,3,4, Baseball 3,4, Sports Club 3, Student Coun- cil 3,4 Ipresident 43, Annual Staff 4, Chemistry Club 3, Iunior Prom Chairman, Vars- ity B 2 fPresidentD, President Freshmxn Class, Senior Pram Ccrnmittee 4. IOHN PETRECCA 'fzfational Club 3,4 Yam: CJITIS Cizntiin-ee 4. 25 MARY PICCARDI Prcvisr., Twrr, Sliool I, Cen tral High Schccl 2, Albuquer- que High School 3, Drama Clul' 4: G.A.A. 4, Girl Re- serves 4: A Cappella Choir 4: 'ffzys and Means Corn- niittef- 4. FRANCIS RASMUSSEN VLc'at1:'ii:l Clu: 3,4, Cflcr lJlcpttc., Flower Cfrnrnitfee 4. BUDDY RITZ Vocational Club 3,4, Hi-Y 2,3, 4, lntrarnurals 3,4, Football 3,4, Name Card Committee 4. VIRGINIA ROBERTS Blue Triangle l, Girl Reserves 2,3,4, Thespians 4 CPresiden' 47, National Forensic League 3,4 tProgram Chairman 4l: Drama Club 3,4, Choric Speech 2, Physics Club 4, National Honor Society 3.4, Annual Staff 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Student Prints Staff 3,4, Correspondence Club lr Glee Club 3,45 Prince of Peace 34, Caps and Gowns Com- mittee Chairman 4, FRED SCHAARSCHIVIIDT Vocational Ciul. 3,4' Color, llfottc, Flower Committee 4. Z6 DOROTHY RAMSEY Richmond High l, Red Cross E- G.A.A. 2,3,4: Girl Reserves 34, A Cappella Choir 34, Student Prints Staff 3,4, Ban- auet Committee 4. CLARK REBER Frciection Club l,2,3,4: Chem- istry Clul' 3, Spanish Club 3, Biology Club l, Physics Cluh 4, National Honor Society 3,45 National Forensic League 4, Senior Ticket Committee 4. IOA NNE ROBERTS Choric Speech 2: Drama Club E, Thespians 3,41 Girl Re- serves 34 CChapel Committee Chairman 4lg Blue Triangle l, Girl Reserve Chapel Choir 3, 4, Glee Club l,2, G.A.A. 4, Prince of Peace 4, Intramurals 4, All High Play 3, Corre- spondence Club l: Class Mct- tc, Flower, Color Committee 4. MELVIN ST. IOHN Chemistry Club 3, Physics Club 45 Ways and Means Committee 4. ELLEN SCHUSTER Elue Triangle l, Girl Reserves 2,3,4, G.A.A. 45 Glee Club l, Correspondence Club lr Cho- ric Speech Club 2, Drama Club 3, Thespians 34, lntraf murals 4- Baccalaureate Ccrnmrttse 4. LA VERN SCI-IOENEGGE Vocational Club 3,47 Color, Motto, Flower Committee 4. LA VERNE SIMPSON Brunswick Hiqh Schocl l,2.37 Girl Reserves 47 Girl Reserves Choir 47 GAA. 47 Corre- spondence Clule 47 A Cappella Choir 47 Color, Motto, Flower Committee 4. HERBERT SPANN Hi-Y 2,3,47 Vocational Club 3,47 Senior Picnic Committee 4. ROBERT STERLING Vocational Club 3,47 Publicity Committee 4. IAMES SZALKOWSKI H1-Y 3,4 tCl'1airman 3l7 Band l,2,3,4: Sports Club 3,47 Intramurals l,2,3,47 Color, Motto, Flower Committee 4. IUNE SHIVELY Commence ment Committee 4. CAROLYN SMITH Blue Trianqle lg Girl Reserves 2,317 Prince of Peace 3,47 Chorfc Speech 27 Drama Club 3,47 Thespians 3,47 National Forensic Lecque 3,4 fPresident 45: Debate Club 37 Glee Club l,2,37 latin Club l,27 Girl Reserves Chapel Choir 3,47 l-lall Patrol 47 Student Council 2,47 All Hiqh Play 37 Annual Staff 4: Sports Club 37 Me- morial Ccinrnittfe 4, SHIRLEY STAGGEMEIER Blue Triangle l7 Girl Reserves 2,3,47 Girl Reserve Chapel Choir 47 Hall Pa'rol 47 Prince of Peace 47 Color, Motto, Flower Committee 4. LUELLA STEUSLOFF Blue Triangle l7 Girl Reserves 2,3,47 Girl Reserve Chapel Choir 3,47 Hall Patrol 47 Color, Motto, Flower Commit' tee Chairman 4. ROBERT THOMPSON National Forensic League 3,47 Debate Club 3,47 Red Cross 37 Intramurals l,.'Z7 Latin Club l,27 Biology Club lr Chemistry Club 3: Physics Clul: 47 Sen- ior Party Committee. 27 -vVvx',,,. HJ. . " 'Q l 'l :' in , . Jfirflii fim- 'Q' ,W MARIE UTZ irls' Gle-e Clulv l- Rlue Tri- :ngle l- 'Nays zrrfi Means Rrrnnitttee 4 IACK WALDO .Yranisfi Club l,2,E- Band l, 2,347 Cap and Gown Corn- ritittee 4- Physifs Cluli 4. RUSSELL WEFER HL-Y 23,47 Football Team 4: Intramurals 47 Spor's Club 37 Spanish Club 37 Hall Patrol 4- Proectiori Club l,2,3,4: Cnemistry Club 37 Prince ol Peace 47 Thespians 47 Senior Ticket Committee 4. EVELYN WHITE Blue Triangle l7 Girl Reserves 4 GAA. 27 FHA. 4: Cem- rriencemen' Committee 4. PATRICIA WILSON -ltin Cluri l27 Dezidf CL-ii, Q- National Fcrerisz' League Q 4: Blue Triangle Q- All High Fay 2- Girl Reserves 2,34- Cziespiaris 3,47 Drama Glul: 3' 'fhorifi Sfeegli 27 Prxnre of P1-a ','f Q 347 Girls' EfiSf'Ylllfl-3 Ar1rr1galSiaff4- ff ,:'s"i1 7 lla f:ret'es l,2,g '75 V 28 GLENN VALENTINE Bloluy fflul: fp lntrc1nirgr-is l7 Nairn 'Yatfis C',!H1'H1ff4-R LA MOYNE WARD Blue Triangle l7 Girl Reserves 2,47 A Ciopella Choir 4: lwfa- iorettes 3,47 GAA, l,2 3,47 lntraniiir rls l,3,47 Hall Patrol l,27 Annual Staff 4: Pululiiify Coiiirrirtwe 4, JAMES WELDISHOFER Sports Club 37 lntramurals E, 47 Trail: 3,47 Hi-Y 2,347 l.:iin Clul: 3,27 Senior Party C::n- mittee 4. MA RGERY WILLIAMS De Villiiss I-Iiali l: Wyoming l-liqlri 27 Drama Club 3,47 Girl Reserves 3,47 Prince of Pease 47 Girl Reserve Chapel Choir 3,47 Annual Staff 47 G1YlSl Ensemble 3,47 GAA. 3,47 Sports Club 37 Glee Club 37 Thespians 4- Senior Party Committee Cliazrman 47 Hall Patrel 4: lritrfirnirals 4. LOIS WOBSER CCH' JY? D 'fi L' .,I'.IIV".1 C Qi' 37 Thesg-ians 34- Cuil and Ssrcll 4- Girl Reserves 2 2 4- Elue Triangle l- Girl Reserve Cnapel Clizir 3,47 Glee Clxli Girls Ensemble 3,47 G.A.F.. l,4: Spins Clulz 37 I.CIllI'l Clui ,27 Fil Patyl l,2,3,47 E iert' PrL:1'a S'fitZ 347 Prine f -1 ' J-grr Pyl- CARROLL WOLLAM nrocay cru 1 Band '7 ca xcnal C rr l1C1 y C n DONNA IEAN ZIEMAN Blue Trranqle 1 Gul Reserves 2 3 4 Grrl Reserve Chapel Chcrr 3 Chorrc Spe ch 2 De bale Club 4 l.at1r1 Club 1 Spamsh Club 3 C1 A A 2 3 4 P nce ol Pea e 3 Corre spondence Club 1 Scorts Club 3 Thesprans 4 Glee Club 12 3 Nair nal Forensic League 4 Publlc Spec-:mg Nrqht 3 Vrctory Corps 1 Memcrxal Ccrrrrmttee 4 DORIS A YETTER VV-zxrwrrn l'llQ'l S ol School Or hes r Ir e Class Plow 3 latm Chou' 12 Basketball 123 C eer leader 123 School Payer 1 23 P'1ys1 s Club 3 Ccrre spond nce Cl.1b 12 Cl'orus Blolcay Cl S IGHCQ 1 Lalm Club 12 THELMA ZIMMERMAN Blue Trranqle 1 Gul Reserves 234 Glrl Reserve Chape Chorr 34 Glee Club 13 lr Red Cross 3 Hall Palrol 4 Annual Staff 4 Senror Ban quet Commlttce 4 NOT PICTURED Rob rt Zeller WE SALUTE lk Our classmates who have entered Lloyd Gllbertson, Army loseph Hass, Army La Vern Schoeneqqe, Army Fred Schaarschmldt, Marmes WE THANK loann and lanet lacobs for rrrakln SQIVICS q our beautriul class llaq Y' N 1 , c' 2 7 M, ve 3 ' 1 ch Q 1243: h y I' ,Ir 'i 3,47 Sfnior c 1 a 1: . 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Bettlnqer, B. Beveridge, N. Beveridge, B. Black, S. Boor, B. Boyer. ROW 3. H, Boyer, B. Brattain, D. Brzezinski, E. Brown, S. Buck, R. Butz. BOW 4. F. Challert, M. Clark, H. Clarkson, S. Cole- man, C. Comstock, B. Condon. Iust one more year and then on top states the class of 48 Tom Watkms was head ot our class wrth Iohnny Beach actlnq as hrs asslstant Dave Brzezrnskl quarded the treasury and Carol Cotterman kept the records 1n order The brq event of the year was our Iunror Prom entltled Holrday Maqrc whrch was held at the Hotel Secor wrth Rrchara N chols Orchestra provldrnq the rnusrc Barbara Boyer added a spec1al attractron to our Chapels wrth her beautrtul vorce Outstandmq rn th way of speech work was Duane Wrrqht Nancy Beverrdqe and Carol Cotterrnan who took honors rn the Prmce of Peace Declamatron contests ROW 5 Cotterman H Couture C Darah D Davenport P Davenpor E Davls ROW 6 I Davls H Davoll I Davoll A D y Ebry B Fender ROW 7 B Farrell E Fleeqer V Fle cher H Ford H Frredt I Frrtsch ROW 8 B Gase H Cversler I Grften P Glenn A Good S Go don BOW 9 B Hanna B Harwaldt B Hawkrns VM Hawklns T r"e-trnan S Hcclm., LHSS BCNV lO. I. Hoffman, E. HCI, C. licvey, B. l-ludscn, B, Hundley, F. Iames. BOVV' ll. G. Ienkrns B. Iennewine, L. Iones, B Icnes, V. Ienes, L. Keeler. BOW 12. D. Kcehrman, N. Kcestre, L. Kcnz, D. Kerb M. Krieger, I. Kroll. BOW 13. HV, Kuawski, G. Lay, D. Lent, E. Lewis, Ll Linao, M, Lochbihler. BGXV '4 I Ma Donald B Marm B McClure I IIACDGHIGI B McGu1 e I M Krnlay GW 5 A lV1l er M Mrller P Mlller B Mohr G Moore I Munson ROW l6 E Nze'nan C Oatman R G M Palmer V Pa elk W Pe ton A brt ot sports was contrrbuted by Bed Wrse Ierry Sletert Bob Hall Iohnny Beach George Moore and Dave Bvezrnskr The Junror grrls were qurte actrve rn basketball rntramural games and kept a qood record' Anrta Doley represented her class as atten dent for Queen of Hearts at the Valentrne Ball The men wrth Wrts about them were Phrl Thompson and Bob Martm and remember when Drclc Lent Won the baby contest rn the Student Prrnts campa1qn7 Iunror srnoothres were Barb McGu1re and Ieannette Grtten Wrth thelr sharp duds Thls Iunror year all completed and all s Nell we now are ready for the next and trnal step whrch wrll be ours comes next September BON l7 P Plum I-l Pcwless D Baazrmc Badz r'tosk1 S Bees. ll' Bersser BOVV I8 L S hrnucker L S ey L! l Sat rnr D So e M Scams BOV! en on G ullyar' Ta C r Thompson I7 Trc rc 1 e P ,ner B v aacnland x a-:rs arch S e wer I HSICI C I 4' I Q . 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Scarbrcuah, -6 " r' A I In 'T ,nf T1 Ml' ". C.. .' , . eel . , L ' ' Rfvvfj IQ, , Vi . ' N I I. Se ler, I, Siefert, B. .. 1th, M. S I 5-K ' : . ul , . A ' . . .. ' 20. Q M , U D, Sfev S , . S .l' ., ll. yl r, I. V , 'ft I 'V f Teale, D. A , ... uiner. 21.4 ' 't' :L - -3 , y BOW' 23. 6 1 .5 f ' D, T 'JJILZ' da , . I.V:a , . If er, V A A t I, 'N' Y. i . , T. YY t'1.s, S. a ' . A -- Row 22. X I. '.'.'ekr3, D. '.'.'er:er, D. Yfesf, A. .'.'es'faQ., " " 1, R . rg 'Nrpy I ', M. '.'.':.der. -C V D 1 , ,W f 5 .FF -L R. '.'.'1.Q1arrts N. '.'.'Lse V '.'.'gt'sgE:cg-lc, D. If X I A , l f YJ. Lf. '.'.'yar.t, Y , F. I:'fafg1r. ?"'m ' I ' ' 5 A , 4, . V' r . rg... . . ,E , fu . s A' 1' X y i A V. I , If Xu H ' 1' r . f :hi X 9 1.2.2 . A ' AL wr' if Q4 SOPH PD I n'l H L ux Brnqrar ROW 2 B Boclcert I Bor flu B Boyd B Bratalr D Brooks I Br NH L Bul P Vl E Caldwell V Cla lcson I Cl ne H C 1 raNColcC rlrnBCwry ROW 4 C Cox H Craw' rd D requ C Cupp B Darden M Davrs BOW 5 e Ord nt C D Pew B D r as D Elson D Hsin Iust a few rnore years and then we ll b there srqhs the Sophomore Class Leadmq our class are Irrnrnre Fuance as pr srdent Ianet Truex vrce presldent and Nancy Shanks as sec retary treasurer March 15th was our bra dance of the year wrth the Sylvan Serenaders We all dressed up as sonq tltles to carry out our theme of Mu src In The Arr BOW 6 R Erchenberq I raun e P Ferrall B Frn I Frybarqer G Ga tn G Ge lc BOIN 7 S Gempel G G11 house A Gleason I Glrtzner B Good lf' Gor nflo B Gray BOW 8 M Grrmes D Hall F Hal I Hlrnann N Harmon B Harrls P Harroun HOVV 9 C Hass B He1 man G He rr lc N rlrpsh r I Hrttler B I-Uoha d I Hu fm n BOW IO V Huqhey M Hdt F Kanalel P K '1 n dy B IC F frrlc ORES ROW 11. L. Lado, H. Langenderfer, L. Lanajenderfer D. Langley, E. Lanqlols, H. Lanham, M Lanham. BOW 12. A. Lewis, 1-1. LGWIS, C. Lochbihler A. Love- less, F. Lowe, P. Luce, D. Luse. RONV 13. D, McKay, B. M:Corrn1ck, C. McDonald, I Mclfvers, I. Meinam, B. Merz, D. Micham. ROW 14. C. Miller, C. Mlller, M. Miller, I. Moore, E. Morris, G. Mortemore, A. Musser. ROW 15. B, Napierala, M. Napierala, D. Nelson, I Nelson I Nelson M Nrchter F Ncten ROW 16 L Olrlch C Orns I Dam D Parker D Pelton M Pomeranz C Pucllawskl BOW 17 D Radzrmoskr F Reed I Beeqer L Beqer R B1ley F Btenour E Sallow We are truly proud of Wesley DeBord and Gerald Mortlmore who partlcrpated ln basket ball and football tor Burnham and helped add to our successful season February 15th was an excltmq nlqht for our class for that was the ntqht the Queen of Hearts was crowned and we had two attendents repre sentmq our class They were Rose Bender and Frances Reed Who knows maybe next year we ll have a queen Mrs Robert Adams and Mr Lawrence Eppley helped us steer our class on to one more suc cesstul year tn our school days ROW 18 l-I Sanderson R Say rs B Schreman B Schmucker A Schoeneqqe B Schuster B Schwartz ROW 19 N Seeley N Shanks M Sharp E Shane I S1ebert D S1910 D Slmmons HDW 20 A Smlth F Sm1r' I Sm1th K Smxth Pt Smltn L Sosbe L Steele BOW 21 H Stxllwell D Stoll A Sutkaltls T Tabbert B VV 22 E rlpp I Truex C Turner I Underwood B Valenln G Vm V Vorc :tO J 23 I Nakerand D hard D Vtfard I J' lsn lvl Wepler H XV111ams D Wnson BOW 24 L: Wxlson Cv vlsman L Vlflwtake a q r B eag Y a, Zrerran :KO 1 25 -I Zmkr I . , 3 I D C . . 4 , . lfll, , I , . , . K. Tenney, L. Tenney, E. Thomas, C ' . -,- . , T4 fe, . ' e, . e. . YVA . ' , ,. l,.'fe.I, . ,. ., ". ' . . 'J' , . '1l't. r, A. Yre .Y er,D, ef'er,I. 1 . 'A I.. . e. D LNCS Spy fr? FRES Atrertrn VM r n c W Archarnlro D Aldflill Ackland I Barley R Barnes E neclr lc C Bern D Be nctt G Ber x If Bettznaer T Bet rn H Betz R W M L Brqelow L Bllhnas L Brshop K By stone A Bostock R A Bowhna R Brooks C K7 L Drown E Buck I E42 R Campbell D Carter L Case B Chandler ROW 5 A Cherry R Chrlsten R Chrlstenson Z Clark R Clark R Clarkson L Coakley RCM 6 IT Condon R Conclcn I Cooper D Cowell K Creque R Daque P Dallas Golly Just thrnk only two more years and then we ll be drqnrtled senrorsl Thrs IS a famll rar phrase heard by the freshmen who are lookrnq forward to therr rerqn ln Burnham Hrqh The hrst two months we were pretty quret then rn November we qot our wrtty httle mrnds together and declded to have a sermtormal :PCN I IX vrs E Dese nes C Ucncldscn Jrrra L ra IK rnoer Larrcnds RCW S 1 :svn N Evans E F nder V Fre ds H' IS pf C r rl: a rse ss ,re s crny cdwrn caan I3 'C I J ax a Bna Ct Harnptf marrrs R In ras rcm. k V Inasl y L Hamer s .- M..- A lx K RCU' l. O. 'r , , I. A Thin: V ., , ' , , r FIOIH' 2. I - IX, e . c, . fi: . r , , r', ' , . 1' aer, . . OW' 3. l t sfllfq R XIV' 4.- I I A I I T I .- ,. ,1,. :: 2' ., 53 - I ' ' " -, ' . I , g I A ' I ' . , ,.-, . . J V , . NH, V. , , , . , !', -. " I , . , . , . ., K K x O t 3 4+ . , . , . . ll' 1. fgigr W 1? I A f yay? 1 , - .1 Y ' - i t y , Q dance which was a huge success. .AX V ,, - VIA: ,Q F Q V 2 3 v V y it f we I ' ' ff ,, l X - . r . f 7. ' Fi. ,af . 1.4, .C A ,D. :cv . D hi, P. Ed' f' , M. I. Tb lA,Er'c1.:,. ,,Q ,, , , - .S , , . . ' A L. F ."r1,I:l,l7 he , Fxd, r'.C'.'.' Q. ' E. F 'xr E1 1 gr, H French, C, Fri? S. 5, 1 F' ,Vt lfl. C, Gallup, P. G: .le, GQ . AQ, FCM' IU. ,, Cr ' es, Gray, I. LJ'.'Jl1'1Il, lui. .G yfgn, P. Z' in ri .II Q, fl. Hall. I lf. Hall, ., ,,r:, Lf. I' r', , Lar- '.'!a1a', F. 'I i 'C' , . I 'e , . ' "3 . E. Her.':r.'..s:r., f. Eine fl 5 EQr.i:.f P., farhes, f. '1f.f,y I. Iarvrs. EII ROW 13. D. 1en1c1ns, G. 1u:id, S. Kanavel, D. Koester A. Kaepfer P. Krrzer, N. Kuawskr, ROW 14. K. Lado, B. Lambert, 1, Lambert, V. Lan- caster, 1. Landers. D. Langenderter, E Larzelere. ROW' 15. E. Lay, R Leslie, D. Lewis, E. Lewis, 1. Long, W. Lloyd, 1. Main. ROW 16. C. Marriefia, F. Martrn, D. McCormick, B. Meredith, l. McComb, B. McKin1ay, E. Miller. ROW 17. L. Miller, L. Miller, Rr Miller, L. Minick, M, Moody, C. Morgan, M. Mosher. ROW 18. A. Mull, D. Musser, D. Napierala, C. Niles. R. Niswander, L. Owes, P. Polland. ROW 19, 1-1, Pomeranz, P. Pieplow, 1-1. Prerce, B. Price, L. Ray, T, Reinhart, D. Reiter. ROW 20. C Reut r V Rex 1-1 Rodebouqh 1 Rrppon S Robinson H Rodebaugh S Rome Our class Romeo and 1ul1et were Dick Down ing and Patty Hackman and our steady couple was Freddie Hasbrouck and Rose Ann Stiffler We had our adorable brunette Barbara Wepler up for the Valentrnes Queen Patty Ziegler and Roberta Wood kept our honor roll h1gh with all A s The second party we had in March and we called it Rhapsody ln Blue We had the Syl van Serenaders provide the music for this gala affair Mr F O Ellsworth and Mrs 1ul1a Robison helped us solve our harder problems Art Iames led the class while Owen Sanderson as sisted Alcy Smith kept the records and 1oanne 1anney took care of our money bag ROW 21 C Rueter F Russell M L Russell 1 Russ wlnkle D Sanard D Sanders L Sanders ROW 22 L Sanderson O Sanderson 1 Schaar shmidt C Shmrdlm B Slrceniegge C Schla ter S Scn rn K ROW 23 A eitz A p A Smtlr Smr 'rw ROW Z4 M Smith N QTTIIVI D Sout erland 1 Spot r allsv-1 rt a Strttle BO .N 25 Swrckln im D Szak wskr L Szymansfci '51 J1 'T ROA 26 N T 'nas R 11 rrpson D Ts ha,oat1 TukrmarKTk1Jran ra and ROW 27 B Waldo on L e p RO' 28 D rn' rrllilms son C t 51 P Zergler Zumbr rr Q . . H - I . , , . . , 1 . H H i . H H . t , . ' ro e' . R, Schulf, M. . S ' , . . Shar , 1. Sharp, . 't ., B, L 13: D. S. . Th, . 1 ' . c fi , - , S. lede , L. S1 .. ' 5 1. St rkey, R, A. .X Y.. P. Stonche-ck, G. Straub, M. Stroud, G. S ' .e' er, - . 1' 3 ', , ' , . . lr. rerry. . Y ' ho. . . THC. .c . c' 'J f 1. . : e ., , rurl, . 1 b ski E. V' ke- . v , 1, 'Wes' ., lfvfbb, B. lfVe,1er. 1. Wells, B. '.'f'hi'e, D. '.'.'hi'e. 1vVY . . 'N .rey, 1. 'Nilder D, 'J' . , 13. Wil , . Wife-r R. 'Noe , Q - , B, F 'Y EIGHT ROW l. I. Alspach, P. Andrews, S, Baker, B, Balz, D, Bartelt, D. Baumann. BOW 2. M. Beutler, C. Bingham, A. Boise, I. Bon- kowslci, D. Brenirnan, M. Bronson. ROW 3. H. Burnham, B. Burns, B. Butz, B. Caldwell D. Camphell, D. Campbell. BOW 4. V, Chandler L Cluxton Q Coleman H Comstock B Connors D Cooper BOW 5 Cousrnc F Crahtr e C Da at Darden B Davrs D Dcrvcll Soon we ll be frosh by gosh but we re rnrqhty proud of our record so tar' Thrs year lerry Bonkowskr ruled wlth the rron hand Ioyce Fannrnq assrsted as vrce presldent lane Downrnq took notes tevenshly at all meet rnqs and Betty Burns quarded the money When Betty Freeman and Patty Wrrqltt spoke rn Stu dent Councrl meetlnqs they acted as our repre sentatlves Mrss l-lelen Schroeder and Mr Thad Ab ll barely marntarned therr sanrty as our ad vrsors BCV 6 C De Chant K D erw r D nf Downrna C Dreszh C Duharnell BOW 7 ut on l Var F Fanntna I Fn h BO V 8 ank B rna V ls Crrf arn BDVV 9 Qarrf f U rf P WCW IU B udfrns l a Nas l Henry I J RRDE ROW 12. G, Ianney, P. Iarvis, F. Icnes, B. Kaczmarck, V. Kaczmarck, T. Kirby. ROW 13. D. Knapp, B. Krcll, C. Konz, H. Kubitz, I. Laland, D. Lettner. ROW 14 D Lewxs V Lewzs B Lxgget R Lrnen kugel D Lrngo E Llsenbel ROW 15 M Loveless A Luce R Marlcwood M MCClG1H B McCorrrnck I McCorm1c1c ROW 16 R Mlcharn A Mlller R Mrller D Morrrs V Moclcbee M Mull ROW 17 B Oetzel H Olsen I Osborn I Pack L Pretras I Plum ROW 18 D Porter C Putt M Rasmussen F Ray rnond A Rexmschuscl G Relmschusel Not to be outdone by other classes We too had partres On September 20 we had fun at a p1cn1c and on Aorrl 8 held a more formal party Nerther w111 soon be forgotten As February 14 rolled around Bernlce Gotten was chosen as our candrdate for Oueen of Hearts Once more our pnde grew In the scholastrc held we ranked hrgh Many of our classmates placed on the honor roll re peatedly By now weve fully recovered from any fear ot BHS We re here to stay and we re a group who wrll bear watchlngl ROW 19 I Rltencur R Roh r S Rohm B Rocv ROW 20 I Sager F Sayers F S ott M Schewarz C Schwen C Sheller ROW 21 D Shrvely H S111 H Smeltzer C Srmth Srnrth V Stark y ROV! 22 'I Strlwell P Styxeman R Taylcr Teale P 'lhorp L Tuclcerman ROV! 23 er r' vfdldrcn Muc-cer G Vvalcrrs 1-1 Warnke RON 24 L Weaver I VVel:c E' 1Vefe M Vfers Wlute D Vlrane RO V 25 vl uarns '1 Wo er agcn'ea'd B y P x rr RO A' N Yeaaer M Yud G Zrrtrre 1-r ZQQ - ,gin 19,0 It J C 1 'R P' JI .1 A 2 is L 4. , . . , - . - , If . 1, . , . , . , . ' . A 1- - . . . , . 44 , 4 ' . rf yu Q 5 , .ig , ,i ,ie . C ' J A 4 ve , 2. . 4, .. ., . t .. . I ' 5 A I .fb 1. V' I v Q! . , , -H V I I 4, 4? " n ' 1' f 1 4 ' i ' ' 4' 1: . ' ' - ' ' jf f . I I- - ,jffia lv , eff. l N Vs I -S 4 mg.-ll . . . I-'eff E" ' of ' f . ea 'I , F I .v 'I . ' ' ' +i .g I . , , f I A 3 A .555 . . L- I It ., V . , . M " ' - , .." I 3 3 7-' I 'A 5 . -- 'gr ' 4 " -A74 A wr' I r L' 14 - V - I I he I - 1 t ,YI V. - X: A -1 - . . V Root, D, Rush. '- Q D If -g A WP, , 5' . 1 , . , . - , . , A .. . my 5 3,0 . . I . .- ,, ,Q fe e Q.-' I - - t Lf 1 - ' ' , I 5 1. , Mn. A? 7, V U ,. Uv. ' . . ' . . , M. 3 Y' G. Turn , R. Vi rcent, C. 1' f X , I. J' I ' -44, ' V' . 1,. '!'r,'.'. . 1 4' ' -A 1 V-Q I I " -, 1 -, I 1 . 1 H R , . , , jf x MQ , E A . , . , . 1 .r, . , , . , . I Q-31 1' ' ' A' ' . V I I 2? . I, ' Jil" , E. V.'1te.E,urg, I. 1 ' bs , E. " A Q , Q I A 4- ' v 'ff . , , , I-Forth , , "1 'ght. ' ' ' n . '1 ' .G 5 f ' -' - VJ- I If-QP, . , '- hir' 5 l 10 SEUEIIT ROW l I Albright R Atherton V Barnes B Bayes A Beadle E Beauregarde N Bene-di lc BOW 2 M Beveridge T Beyersdorf E Bigelow P Bockert R Borough B Borucki C Bostock ROW 3 I Bowman A Boyd B Bremiorder G Brock B Bronson E Bruchaber T Buck HOW 4 I Burch S Burtscher B Butler R Butler F Campbell D Carnes B Chandl r ROW 5 l Challen D Chnsty R A Christy M omstoclc M A Connors M Cook K Cowell As the youngest corporation in Burnham W look forward with great enthusiasm to our o lowing years This year our president was Lucia Landers while Ardith McK1nlay was her right hand rnan. Iane Howard took the minutes and counting the money was Marilyn Hlne. Representing our class in the Student Council were Margie Beveridge and Opal Van Horn. BOW 6. S. Croft, I. Cupp, C. Davis, I. De Chant, B. Deerwe--ter, lf, Depew, D. Deselms. ROW 7. M, E. Duffey F. Eff, N. Elchenberg, I.. Ert- rnan, S. Essinger B. Fall, F. Fender. ROW 8. K, Friedt, D. Futrell A. Gardner, B. Goor, I. Gernpel C. Gibson, D. Glanzman, ROW 9. G. Gray, D. Gries, B. Gwinn, T. Hofn-r, C. Harris, R. l-lxrtzler, R, l-la.1ght.en. BOW lO. I. Heiney, D, Henes, M. Hine, R. Hogg, V. Holmes, I. Hoshol, I, Howard. RIIDE ROV! ll C H well D Hufrnan D Iames D Iaqu s C Iarret' M I nnewine C Illey ROW 12 A Iones D Kanavl R Keck R Kize R Kias R Knestrick B Kortier ROW 13 D Kramer P Kroyer M Kuestt ard R Kurth L Landers C Lanalois B Laughlin ROW 14 D Sirqstock M L wallen B Lewis H Lewis A Linslney B Lisenbee M Livtnq ston ROW 15 M I Lochbihler L Marsh S McGraw A McKinlay L McMahon C Meinen A Merz ROW 16 D Miller E Miller E Miler I Miller M Miller H Moore P Morris ROW 17 I Munson W Musser R Noonan G Orns R Paschen K Petry F Pierce We were very proud of Mary Iane Lochbih ler when she 'took top honors in the Whole school in the magazine drive William Wells did well too ln the fall We had a lot of fun qoinq to the Boy Scout Reservation for cr picnic This was our first class party at Burnham Lucia Landers and Marqie Beveridge were selected to be candidates for our Valentine Queen Miss Ida Buhrow and Mr. Harvey Miner cap ably advised us through the year. ROW 18. I. Pierce, C. Prond, A. Ray C. Rech, D. Reed, I... Reiqer, B, Ritenour. ROW 19. cf Rcber. B. Robinson, D. DuBodux, E. Rudd C. Reiter, H. Rueter, D. Rybak. ROW 20. M. Schlatter, D. Scott, Z. Sinclair, B. Smith P. Smith, M. Snyder, B. Spino. ROW 21. D. Sporleder, M. Steele, I, Stiffler, I. Styke- main, T. Taylor, G. Tenney, K. Tenney. ROW 22. P. Texton, S. Thoms, B. Timrninq, M. Traver, R, Tschappat, VJ. Turk, O. Van Horn. ROW 23. R. Van Nest, E. Van Pelf, R. Vzxllrnar, I Watkins, A. Weaver, C. Vfelis. ROW' 24. N. White, R. Vx'hite, S, 'White-, R. Tfilder, K. Vfilliams, VJ. Williams, R. Vifcodward. ROV! 25. B. Zeigler, I, Zinkie, I. Zurncrurn. 1 Q' Torzon! .... Going tor o ride .... Bond attention! .... Girlish gossip .... Aint love grond .... Smile girls ....Legort....Beingcoy.... ,nv .wmv X54 g-an , Wg X, ,I il My We I n S... -ff an Q3 'NR 4 , .xv NL vilvlvvrmvn... ,ff-N.5vrs6'1-9"i?' 10 wg'-f'-'1--L itv-L W, K -3. .uwgii 'iqlarv-6p.4-.Nc Y Rn.. mwwfpwefmfwh WT .MB 0 K f 'ah ff - k M Wi,5-fig? 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' . 4 , " A - If I 'phi' S 1 K, 1g"'g+':q.: X N. s if - "F I, - A A fa f , I is A '51 . -FH ' 511' ' , ' 'L , - - -L :E ' 2 " ' ' .' :fy ,,. 'L'-' N '31, K ' K X . in i iff if-'Z. fp: " Q , ,C?2'f" V531 'X ' .. f , ,. A I. L 153.1 4 K. g ' 'JJ' " :QL Q 5:5 , -, A A ff, -' ' ,sg " , ' -. g jf' Q -M-5" 1 .-L. sg 2 1 A , N K .,.I If A 15:46, OL fl A745 - , S K . Airs? 'zfgfiikizg-923511153 xii I '- Q f' . 7352 1' - .' Al 7' ' " 7 C-F-:1fw" 1. ' - ' , ' I ff , - .5 ,. - :if,f,:ef"'f' -'N 12, . , ff - I -"'7'J7 ' "-'A ,,,i:, is- "' -' F ' - ' 'U Neff ', t fo: 35-fviff W 463:50 'H 2611 'JV' -v BA r"' 4 ' '1 wa R,lfl1I1"' rr r Xfils Z, k ' s',:.. , .Hl.., .. im or l - 1 T -Hifi" K .Avy ,-W. .. ., ,321 THE UIVHHDUTTE Betty Hartiziions, staff editor, led us tlirouqh the year while Ruth Minoque and Don Courtney, co-editors, assisted ner. Dick lohnston, Business Manaqer, kept our financial records straight. Miss Nancy Rice and Mr. C. D. Cotterrrian, advisors, helped us when the qoinq was difficult. ln November the Wyandotte Staff spon- sored the "Turkey Trot". The Sylvan Sere- naders provided the music and two turkeys were given away. We had a mock circus in an assembly to advertise the Wyandotte, All the ani! rnals of the circus were present in the new auditorium on this day. Pat Wilson and Dick DeBorcl represented the two ferocious lions, while Milt Olander portrayed the part of "Meredith, the tight-rope walker". The purpose of this assembly was to stirnf ulate the students interest towards the l947 Wyandotte. THE STUIJEIIT PRIIITS Hopinq to keep the All-American title bestowed upon the Student Prints in l946 by the National Scholastic Press Association, this year's Student Prints staff is working diligently to produce a superior hiqh school pa- per. Mrs. Kathryn Bess directs the staff. Midge Daque and Iulia Guern- sey work toqether as co-editors, and Lois Wobser pays all bills in her ca- pacity as business rnanaqer. FIRST ROVJ: C. Kujawski, B. Krall, S. Roe, I. Fuerst, M. Wil liams, L. Wobser, M. Dague. SECOND ROW: V, Roberts, I. Bettinger, I. Guernsey, I-I, Dzien ny, Miss Standish, M. Palmer, I. Roberts, N. Beveridge. FIRST ROW: E, Schuster, P. Plum, R. Golembieski, T. Zimmerman H. Boyer, G. Sullivan, B. Merz, B Ferrall, E. Good, S. Glitzner, L Benson, B. Waqonlander. SECOND ROW: M, Piccardi, A Doley, I. Giffin, B. McClure, C Comstock, I. McKinlay, D, Daven port, N. Creque, B. Brown, M Sparks. THIRD ROVV: B. Keck, D. Munz Buck, I. Sie-ler, R. Miller, W Root, N, Koester, I, Teale, I Henderson, L. Drabik, L. Ward C. Darah. FOURTH ROW: S. Weaver, I. Davis, L. Steusloff, K. Harms, S Gordon I Cowan E Heine C. , . , . y. Martin, L. Simpson, D. Iones, I Miller, B. Boyer. FIFTH ROW: R. Minogue, S. Reed, B. Rober, L. Iones, L. Beck, D. Zieman, I, Nearhood, D. Ramsey S. Staggemeier, I. Davis, B. Main B. Blackford, SIXTH ROW: I. Marietta, B. Hen- dricks, P. Wilson, D. Soule, C. Oatman, P. Wagner, M. Smith, C. Cotterman, B. McGuire, B. Hawkins, S. Boot, M. Barger, 46 gf 'Ti I 'iff' CHHIRIIIIIII IIIID OFFICERS 0F THE V-TEENS Every large organization needs a large cabinet. The leader of all the Y-T is Helen Dzienny. Nancy Beveridge is vice-president and Betty Kroll takes minutes while Margie Williams collects the money. The chairmen are as lows: Service-Iulie Guernsey, Ways and Means-Virginia Roberts, So Marilyn Palmer, PublicityMIackie Fuerst, Scrap Book-Sharon Roe, M Midge Dague, Chapel--Io Roberts, Programef Lois Wobser. Miss Rose Stc advises the chairmen and officers as well as the Y-Teens. SEIIIUR V-TEEIIS Burnham's leading girls' organization is the Senior Y-Teens, who s chapel services twice a month, and weekly during Lent. As additional work, members give one party a month for The Crippled Children's Home. K s nf . -iff' 'I ,lf if gf-" SOPHOIIIORE V-TEEIIS - Soon to enter the older group of Y-Teens in Burnham, the Sophomore Y-Teens, d by Ianet Truex, and under the guidance of Miss Lela Trombly and Miss irginia Gibson, are spending this year following their motto, "We Find and ive the Best". Alice Sutkaitis is vice-president: Frances Reed, secretary, Phyl- Ferral, treasurer. BLUE TRIANGLE Iust beginning their lite in the Y-Teens, these girls are not acting like ama- urs. Governing the club is Patty Ziegler, while Barbara Wepler is her right nd man. Rose Ann Stittler jots down the minutes, and Roberta Wood accounts r all the pennies. Miss Helen Schroeder advises the club. FIRST ROVII: M. Nicnter, I. Faunce C. Cox, N. Shanks, C. Corbin P Creque, M. Wepler, I. Bingham M. Hutt, H, Zinkie, P. Ferrall. SECOND ROW: I. Borucki, F Reed, N. Cook, M. Napierala, D NVard, V. Vorce, I. Meinen, R Brattain, D. Langley, D. Nelson. THIRD ROW: Miss Trombly, I McEvers, L. Tenny, L, Langen derfer, D. DePew, V. Hughey, E Caldwell, M. Hamann, D. De Chant, D. Ward. FOURTH ROW: Miss Gibson, R Bender, M, Gorentlo, I. Truex, M. Pomeranz, D. Hall, D. Brooks, A, Gleason, A. Sutkaitis. FIFTH ROW: E. Langlois, B. Na- perierala, I. Ackland, M. Davis, L. DeChant, B. Boyd, FIRST ROW: I. W'ells, R. Bowling, I. Ianning, C. Schlatter, B. Wep- ler, C. Srnith, R, Wood, L. Billings, A. Cherry. SECOND ROW: S, Fuerst, I. Cooper, M. Gallup, R. Stitfler, M. Russell, E. Larzelere, M. Guyton, M. Smith, P. Ziegler, M. Tucker- man. THIRD ROW: L. Szymanski, G. Straub, M. Benedict, O. Atherton, C. Marietta, P. Hackman, D. Ien- kins, M. Moody, M. Seitz, I, Landers. FOURTH ROW: L. Ray, L. Coak- ley, C. Roam, B. Meredith, M. Edmonds, B. Hall, C. Witter, R. Terry, P. Stonecheck, M. Bigelow, I. Iarvis, N. Hundley, N. Smith. FIFTH ROW: B. Drabik, S. Robinl son, D, Reiter, C. Rueter, M. Harms, P. Polland, R. Sanderson, T. Bettinger, D, Musser, A, Bos- tok, Miss Schroeder. 47 .:. e xriidorg.. H SCIEIICE ClUB Their Lciborotory is the 'xfriole cutdoorsf' The our- ricse ct tne Science Club, '.'lf'QlCll is crdvised by Mrs. Exdlencz Collins, is to crecrte cn interest in science, The students enioy bird trios, quiz croqrdrns on ndture, cznd dll cutdccrs in qenerdl. BI0l0GV ClUB zeefqxxg Zurt' er into trze sci' ef1t1f1': fi-iid tzesft students rezrd if xr, cf tnffir s:f:r1 .3 -:gig t:.r",uf3:. .f'f.9f'? ' ,?"T',! 2-C Tl' C, v i v fl Y ' ,. :,,,,w,q C, , 4, ,cnt A. ,., ., nu Xl 'A' ' fqizrrex .rmer ,nf V., ,fic .. cnc, CM ,HA,i,M, :'g.e1g.os Lie Eiircgtiz Vfer- r L'- PHVSIC5 ClUB Delvinq still further into the world of test tubes dnd moth' CIIiC1llCCIl iLJfT!llLlGG, rnornbers ot the Physics Club, under true Qurdinq hdnd ot Mr. lJVllllCIi'Il VVood, meet twice rzrcntnly to expound scientific stbiects. At these rneetinqs, Bzll Hudson dcts ds president Don Cox holds the vice-bresi- 1 dents cloir, Suzette Glitzner, secretcrry, ond Cldrlc Reber, tredsurer. CHEIHISTIW Chemistry Club rneets roorn lO4 every second C fourth Thursdcry, under subervision ot Mr. Willi Vtfood. The "future chemists" further their knowledge qivinq reports cmd doinq oerirnents which they don' hdve time to do in cldss. STUDENT CUUIICIL The Student Council, a representative ot the student b d o y, is under the lead- ership ot Milt Qlander. Ioanne McKinlay fills the chair in case of absence and Ruth Minogue takes care of the records while Carolyn Smith handles the money. This year's project ' ' was installing new clocks for our school, it also sponsored the noon dances and the magazine campaign. Miss Rose Standish and Mr. Fred Ellsworth advised it through the year. Patroling the halls is a big job in Burnham and takes many students. The hall patrol is capably directed by Barron Deye. Miss Rose Standish and Mr. Fred Ellsworth are always on hand when needed. 315 P? ' SEATED: D. Hall, Fl. Bender, B Deye, H. Minogue, I. Mcliinlay C. Smith, H. Dmenny, I. Mac Donald. STANDING: Mr, Ellsworth M Palmer, F, Fleeqer, H. Sanierscn B. Vlepler, M. Smith, M. Olander, D. Downing, 3. Freeman, P. Wright, Miss Standish, M. Bever- idge, C. Van Hcrn. FIRST ROW: ltfr. Fllswcffli, I. lfacDcm:id, D. Icnnston, E, Deye, L. Detwiler, R. Vfefer, D. Fender. SECOND ROIN: M. Hamann, I. Ackland, I. Bcrucki, E. Dams, C. Comstock, I, Mt'Kinlay, D. ?I:rE:, C. Shlatter, 'f.'. '.'.'epler, ll. S tz I. Landers. THIRD ROVJ: Miss Standish, M. Pcmeranz, S. Staggemeiez, M. Iffiiliarris, I. Fuersy C. Smifz, C. Cox, I. Iarvis, I. Eettirxgfr E. McGuire, E. Caidwell, M. Palmer, S. IUVGVJVQII FOURTH ROIN: L. Wobser, L, Sfeuslcft, T. Zimmerman, E. Lf:- Clure, N. Beveridge, I. Miller, 3. Icnes, C, Martin, I, Henderscn, B. Keck, I, Iacchs, C. Oatznan, H. Friedt. FFTST F'J'J.': l. Puersf l. Q Guernsey, L, Vlobser, M. Dague, FT. Minogue. SECCFID ?C'.'f: B. Hen- 'ir1'r:s, Roberts, Dil Ti?" Tits. Bess. erts, D. Cox, C. Reber, C Kuiawslci, Mr. Adams, M Dague, R, Cvolembiewski S. Glitzner, B. Kroll. IIIITIOIIIIL H0l10R SUCIEW Leadership, scholarship, service, and character must be found in a student before membership can be gained into the National Honor Society, supreme among honors to be acheived during the tour high school years. The student must rank in the upper one-third ot the senior class, upper one-tenth of the junior class. Mr. Ronald Adams advises Burnham's chapter. 0UILl HIID SCR0ll To become a member of this journalistic honor society a student must have one hundred and titty printed inches and be outstanding in this field of creative writing. Advising this group is Mrs. Kathryn Bess. LEFT TO RIGHT: V, Rob- DUN P Smith, G W lones. Rippon, E. laclcscn, E. Wilson yes, G. Smith, R, Thompson ,1nn11 4 . .o , , .-nexnsn, ff. Daiis, Zxnlci-, fO": , ,ec , - T. Sa ws, . Hoop, . Heilrnan, D, Carnes, Haley, , F , C 3. Gee-r, FCVK: M. Sohlafter, S. Essinger l, Bowman ster, B. Meredith, I 3. Chandler B. Valen ffollcer, R, Christy. HCVN: Miss Schroeder ens, D. V.'hiTe, l., Simpson . of-.AQ . v CURRESPUIIDEIICE ClUB Extending Americas policy ot good neighborliness are the members of Burn- ham's Correspondence Club who this year are pen-pals with teen-agers all over the world. Miss Helen Schroeder ably directs the group with Louise Steele in charge of meetings. ' JUIIIUR RED CROSS Calling the meeting to order in the lunior Red Cross this year is Lucia Lan' ders while Raymond Guernsey stood by to take over when needed. Sandy Essinger reads the minutes and Carol Bostock reports on the treasury. Mrs. lulia Robinson directs the activities. FIR T ROW: P. Texts? 'J.'. Mus .r, M. Hine, B, Smith, ll. Beve 1 ge, . , Mgiimloy, D. Kramer, Sti er, D. Ftuozderux C, Bosto: Kurtn, C. Baines. B. Borucki C. Meinen. COND ROW: F, lines, I- -ande.s A. 'f,'eaver, ll. Cook, 3 Scot, N, '.'.'hi'e, D. Cowell, P S'onolu'k W K"'s""'4' 2, Ga ..rry rf. ..-E3inscn, Anette Ray " . f. '.'.': I. Zlllli., L. Eeaur iar' lf, Traver, 3 Kizer, infant C. Sober, 'If'.'l5-S I ieffle, S, C:.1is'y, .:. :ssg:.1 I, i' vl.. 2 Gil, U- .- gd-.4 Quit? :own .4 .,, J...,.L...,.. J, .. 51 SEATED: P. Wilson, H. Dzienny, M. Dague, I. Roberts, S. Glitzner, B. Kroll, C. Kuiawski, R, Golem- bieski, E. Schuster, V. Roberts, R Minogue. STANDING: D. lohnston, B. Hen- dricks, Miss Fairchild, Mr. C. D. Cotterrnan, Miss Standish, D. Black, D, Courtney, I. Fuerst, l.. Wobser. FIRST ROW: B. Waqonlander, B Kroll, R. Golembieski, S. Glitzner I. Bettinger, S. Gordon, B. Boyer C. Oatman, D. Soule. SECOND ROW: G. Sullivan, C Cottermarr, D. lanes, I, Guernsey M. Williams, I. Teale, I. Davis S. Rce, Miss Fairchild. THIRD ROW: I. Giiiin, D. Munz N. Koesfer, l. McKinlay, N, Bever idge, C. Darah, M, Wyant, A Dcley, S. Vtleaver, B. Hawkins B. McClure. FOURTH ROW: B. Black, D Wright, B. Hundley, D. lohnston D. Courtney, D. Lent, B. Martin P. Tlicmpsori. I l1HTl0IIlll THESPIHII SUCIEW Advanced group in drarnatics is The National Thespian Society. Members have been permitted to enter the world "back stage". Virginia Roberts is holder of the president's gavel, with Betty Hendricks nearby, just in case. Pat Wilson reads the minutes while Rita Golembiewski guards the treasury. Miss Margaret Fairchild advises the group DRFIIIIII CLUB ln between Thespians and Choric Speech is this group oi young actors. Meeting Thursdays Semi-monthly, they continue to learn the "ABC's" of dra- matics hoping to make the higher group someday. Dwayne Wright calls the rneeting to order: vice-president is Sharon Roe: secretary's reports are signed by Bob Martin: books are kept by treasurer, Shirley Gordon: advisor is Miss Mar- garet Fairchild. CHORIC SPEECH Beginners in the realms of the dramatic art are these members ot the Choric Speech Club. Under the quidinq hand of Miss Maqaret Fairchild, the club has as its president Dick Micham, Carolyn Cox takes notes on all meetinqs, and Donna Brooks guards the safe. DEBIITE CLUB Hoping to eliminate faults in Burnham's debate teams, and wishinq to keep an active interest in the question of the year, the Debate Club meets every first and third Thursday of each month. Under the guidance ot Mr. Boy Mansfield, Dick Iohnston is presidentp Keith Larzelere, vice-president, Donna Ziernan, secre- tary, Pat Wilson, treasurer. FIRST RDIN: I. Meinen, I. Reed V. Vorce, I. Faunce, P. Ferrall M, lftlepler, C. Cox, M. Nichter SECOND BOW: C. Corbin, N Shanks, I. Ackland, M. Hammann E. Caldwell, I. Borucki, M. Davis THIRD BOVV: B. Bender, I. Truex D. Brooks, A, Gleason, D. Hall Miss Fairchild. D. Cwe-ck, A Sutkaihs. FOURTH BOYV: l.. Lado, B. Say ers, D. Misham, H. Sanderson C. Puiilouvski. -I SEATED: 3. Thompson, D. Geek A. Sutkaztis. SECOND RCLT: K. Larzelere, F '.'.'i.Q1:1r:s, I, l.laiD:n:1d, K Beadle, Lf. Clander, P. '.'.'iis:n, D Zxernan, lfl. Palmer. DHIBD BDIV: B. McCcrrni:k, F 3:11721 D. Iohnston, :D. Langley D. courtney, Mr. Mansfieiil. F-i lf: M. lltlfllli l. Fuerst, P. s Q v lNG: .v, fwrgslxeid, 4, IIHTIUIIHL FORSEIIIC LEHGUE One of the tour national societies in Burnham is the National Forensic Lea- gue. To become a member oi this honorary speech leaque, neophytes must earn points by participating in debate, speech contests, or draniatics. Carolyn Smith capably holds the qavel, Carter Iohnson as vicefpresident is always ready to take over, Pat Wilson doubles as secretary-treasurer. lackie Puerst is in charqe ot service points. Mr. Boy Manstield advises the qroup. UOCHTl0I1Hl CLUB Vocational Club is composed oi all boys who have elected the industrial education course at Burnham. They are directed by Harold Gruber with Bob Micham as his assistant. lim Szallcowslci Writes the minute-s, while Buster Garrett handles the money. The boys sponsored 'Nloonliaht Melodies" and they also took a trip to Columbus. --.---..-..-.........................................-.... ? 32" Dfw'- if 1s':.::z1'1t, ,. ,. 5' " x' , Fflfl' lf. lx 'khi1r', S Br: Xt: J.. T"" 1:-' '- at " f' '1 tgtllttt ti lil'-I lt. lis tl " 's ' if nr rraz., ff. Fink, 2' iv- -,V IV l SEATED: I. MacDonald, G. Ie: kms, D. VV-aber, I. Beach, I3 Thompson, B. Martin, D, Lent, D DeBord. SECOND BOIN: G. Moore, D Wright, V. Iones, H. Couture, D Courtney, M. Olander, I. Krcll E. Troutner. THIRD HOXV: Mr. Gillocly, L Beck, B. Vfefer I. V-'ebb B. Bev eridge, K. Beordle, I. Vfatkins, D Iohnston, B. Deye, M. Smith, E Mohr. FOURTH BOLT: B. Cherry, F Iames, D. Brzezinski, D. Black. I Guyton, B. Handley, L. Detwiler F. Challeri. HI-Y Led by President Dick Debord, Burnham's Hi-Y stresses sportsmanship, co- operation, and Christian living in its members. An outstanding boy's organiza- tion, this group has sponsored a chapel service, formed a basketball team and choir. George Moore as vice-president ably assists the president, while Iohn Beach acts as both secretary-treasurer. Mr. Tom Gillooly supplies the faculty helping-hand. F. H. I-I. Burnham's Future I-lomemakers ot America are following a program ot work designed to allow Home Economics students to become better acquainted with the aims and objectives oi homemaking. Marilyn Davis holds the presi- dent's gavelg Louise Steele occupies the vice-president's chair: Beverly Dorcas is living up to the requirements ot a good secretary, and Bernice Napierala is guarding the money. Miss Virginia Gibson and Miss Lelah Trombley advise the group. FIRST BOVV: B. I-Ieilman, L. Sosbe D. LaPoint, B. Lambert, B. Miller A. Sharp, I. Bingham, M. Tucker man, G. Straub, H. Zinkie, B Good, I. Nelson. SECOND BOEV: I. Main, D. Win irey, NV. Archarnbo, L. Szymanski D. Berndt, B. Valentine, B. Yaw K. Blystone, A. Vtfestfall, C. Miller B. Eichenberg, L. Miller. THIRD ROVK: N. Seeley, H. An stead, L. Seeley, Z. Clark, V 'Jfittscheck D. Napierala, M Erickson, N. Cook, L. DeChant B. Napierala C. Orns, W. Lloyd FOURTH ROW: I. Ackland, A Cherry, M. Napierala, H. Ford, L Barailloux, L, Olricn, L. Steele, D Nelson, N. Borucki, D. Korb, V Paselk. FIFTH BC'.'.': lf. Grimes, L. Lan genderfer, Clark, C. Turner M. Davis, V. Fields, B. Vrlhite, E Tfilson, D. Lewis, I. Frybarger P. Kritzer, N. Smi'n. SIXTH FiO'.'f: lffiss Tromkly, A fsfull, ld. Bet7, lfl. Moody, M, Hob ling E. 'Nhite, L. Tenney, I. Ford Miss Gibson. JUHE B08 OPERIITURS Personal friends of such name bands as Harry Iames and Tommy Dorsey are these Iuke Box Operators. Many enjoyable moments have been had by the students who like to trip the light fantastic due to the willingness of these boys. Mr. Fred Ellsworth is in charge of the boys. PRUJECTIOII CLUB Mr. William Wood has sponsored the Projection Club tor several years and he has done a grand job. The club sponsors the Tuesday shows which you probably have attended. For their own entertainment they had a dinner in February and saw shows afterwards. The boys did all the broadcasting for the football team. This club runs all the classroom shows and is ranked as one of the best in Ohio. LEFT TO l:llOl-IT: I. Munson, D. Cox, I. MacDonald, T. Wa'- Lcins, Mr. Ellsworth, A, Iames, D, Downing. FIFST D. Vlfidnei, F, Smith, R. Miswander, R. Dauue, B. Smith, B. Schwariz, E. Harrwaldt, B, lvlcliinlay. SECOND ROVV: T. Taylor, I. Eeaii D, Courtney, D. Iohn- zn, D. Nelson, R. Wefer, D. i. 1 'k, O. fiarififvrson, I. Smith F.. Iiriifis, D. Luse, Mr, Vllood, TPYPD ROVJ: E, Hall, B. ff :iris B, Zniznliruinn. B. Har- iiir., Dixwnirig, I. Sharp, N. Haitian D. Iarnes, FOURTH FTOVJZ C. Reber, Sai iezson, I, Long. SPHIIISH ClUB The Spanish Club achieved their goal this year by collecting enough sales tax stamps to purchase a radio. At Christmas they sang Spanish Carols through Burnham's halls. PeQQY Plum led the meetings while Velerh Huffman wrote the minutes in Spanish. Norma Koester planned the meetings and Keith Larzelere directed the games. Frances Reed and Larry Reger headed the membership committee. Miss Alice Sandiford advised the club through the year. lHTll'l CLUB The Latin Club, with Patti Ziegler wielding the gavel, gave many Latin students a glimpse into ancient history which they might not have had. The capable person who took over when the president was ill and also planned the programs was Rose Ann Stitfler. Keeping the minutes and taking care ot the money was Margaret Wepler's job. Allen Schmucker was on hand to see that there were no disturbances. SEATED: P, Pla N. Koesfez. L Bul P :arm ADS s STANDING: l. ain Vorce, I. 'rffebb L l. Borutlci V, J rr F Langley, Miss a i 4 , Y7G.9I'9, D, :en 3 3 W1tr1 M ss Maman McG1nn as the adv1sor the G A A DaIt1c1pated tn many anterent sbarts They orqantzed bowhnq teams and tntramural basketball aames Tne basketball teams also played Ottawa H lls and Dundee When Warm Weather arrtved they arqanlzed mtramural soft ball teams Dclhe lanes acted as DITCWGI and Beverly McClure subshtuted Ahce Sut li atts kebt score and Donna l-lall guarded the adm1ss1an X 1 D 1, roll B ure Mtss J Gm B Egfvn D an C Qu IJ F 'Cu aw K1 Q Elcl I S lfl GND F H Yi r var F L Q N ans Case l.Jqll-l l' 1 Vunz fymq mms n e P IN La: ans CI lf' G- nl gl fl., . , . V F 9 1 ' A ' 'a . QFAFE :FT'l ., .MSCI ., ' lf? 1, . r" , .l es. FIRST R ffl: G. - 11" an, B, 'xrrf-11, Cf 1 5' Krall, V. E1l.1::fgs C. M. Nginer, 1. ' rx- ILT? 5. DUNS, F. lvAvv'1T1il'll'1'1Cl?'Y l. Ferral, l., Ef-1..'f. .. fFff tl , N. K:,fs't r Y. Vwrnv, Y. F1 1t1"lc:, l. Ffzxrt N. fzfxrzl-is if 1:1, C. C' 1:1 s" lc, l. lvl K1 Jlay, ll, licyf 1, B. 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L1:.:' fl. lI'1'1' f.. liarns if f JL: 11115, P, E'-r.'1:1"ks. ifiox .. iltli' v " l. art 'yaita' " N. fist: 4, D. ,. :if . T" I1SfI1. W ECN, ft, D, Ly S. Min CHHPEL CHOIR Helping to Stake Burribaifs chapel services rriore lovely tliis year lzas been tie Y-Teeri Choir uriaer the direction ot Midge Dague, senior. Always in a setting of serenity and beauty, the choir Contributed to these oooasxozis which are unique in theztzselves. At Cfiristriias arid Easter, a rgortiozi ot the choir sarig xyzziris iii hospitals of Toledo. For the Easter suririse service, ttie CIICIY sang "The Lords Prayer". H CHPPELLH CHOIR Newly organized 1211s year by Mr. Paul Hley, Burriliarifs A Tfagvrella CEICH :Las taken great strides iorward in riirie iiioritiis. Marty art assembly aria Chapel ireserits tire cfzoir at its best aocozzipariied by Margar elected by time olioir trom witxiti itselt plans all activities bers ot the couriciil are Midge Dague, Nartfy Beveridge, Vfilliams, arid Barbara Wepler. 1:7 f, Gtii: Kieskt, . K 1, lay Ku awski, L' 'Q Zirutzifr- 't'.'+1aver, ll. Niue, M. 'Wal- arixs, F.. .f'l1l.far, l. lieriderszri , E+'-'J'Z1'l"I', C. Smi z., l. avis in x,1i,I'iffl. :IPR flf'.'.': 'if Fibers V' V. ?il4'I.'.' E f.fi'::: L ivy, - 1 , i1'.'.'i1I.S, l. Ggeirisey ms, Q, zsfr. CllFff CIT: 2. Riff , ffmf- ...r , 2, Ssuie, l.. Sege- ,. l. its, S, Staggertiii-1, lila fc. E. f,f1'Guire, ff. aitiii, .. rts'rifir1.'lcs, Ilfwftf M, ..: Pt. Neff l,Da'.'1s. -:P--e :few-, F f. Y. , brizvri C, . HU, E. Boyer ,. tt' r, ' ' l315'a:Qi1 l.. ,zrfi ' 'fan' ', Seeley S, Stag: ' ' b".Ef F.. S'1fi.ff .- '- v W Ifflffll f.C'.'.': -. 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' , ' " ' Q ' - - l w . tif , .2 Q I I A' ' -z THE BHIID Burnharns band, under the direction of Mr, Paul Eley, the new music teacher, Won second place in the Swanton Corn Festival this year. The band made rnany tine appearances this year when playing tor the tootball qarnes and basketball qames. They made letter formations tor every aarne and on one occasion during Cctobsr niade a "jack-o-lantern" for the spectators. THE IIIHJORETTES Burnhanis iriatorettes, cap- tained by Bob Handley, were seen at every football game, qayly twirling their batoris. Senior rnerribers are Mildred Daque and Pat NVilson, who have been ziiaicrettes since the fifth arade, also Norma Creque, Donna Muni, and LalVloyne Ward. Returning' next year are loanne Bettinivef' Evillyn Davi, and Bob Hund Not pictured and Evelyn Dave. 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UIIRSITV FO0TBIlll Under the guidance of Coaches Orla Thomas and Bob Hollister, the Burnham Wildcats com- pleted their most successful season in recent years. ln early September, Coach Thomas was greeted by ten lettermen and a large squad of reserves that were to form the nucleus of the Wildcat eleven. On hand were Buster Garrett and Bob Hall, a pair of capable ends in any rnan's league. "Big" Bill Eisenbrandt and lerry Siefert added strength to the tackle position while Carl Miller, Carl Delauter were capable guards. "Dude" Kroyer anchored the line at center. Also returning were Iohn Beach, cap- able quarterback, Don Courtney and Dick Black halfbacks and Milt Olander at fullback. These veterans, coupled with Ken Beadle, Herb Conrad, Bill Wright, Frank lames and other boys up from last years reserve squad, were the boys that were to represent Burnham in the newly formed Great Northern League. The Wildcats drilled hard and long for their first encounter with the Panthers of Maumee. Finally the big day arrived! After a pep as- sembly school spirit was at its heights as the Burnham eleven trotted on the field. After a well played first half the Wildcats were on the short end of a l4-O score. The second half was a different story as the Cats came back fighting. The Burnham attack was throttled by a hard charging Panthers' line and the game ended in 14-O win for Maumee. Both teams displayed excellent form for their first game. Perrysburg loomed next as the Burnham foe. After a week of correcting their mistakes the Wildcats traveled to Perrysburg to battle the Yellowjackets. An inspired Burnham eleven outplayed and outfought a heavier, confident Perrysburg team. The Wildcats on a sustained drive of 80 yards drove to the three yard line, where Don Courtney plunged for the score. Ken Beadle added the extra point and Burnham led at the half 7-O. In the third quarter, lohn Beach connected on a pass to Don Courtney for an- other tally. The extra point failed. Perrysburg's score came on a blocked kick in the end zone in the final minutes. The game ended with Burnham triumphant l3-6. The following week the Wildcats journeyed to Elida for a game with class "B" champs. Elida carried too much power for the local lads and triumphed 27-0. Burnham threatened sev' eral times but goal-line stands by Elida cut short any chance for a score. Anyway, the boys had a nice trip. Getting back to League play the following Friday night, the Wilcats engaged the Bossford Bulldogs on the local gridiron. Playing on a muddy field both teams found it difficult to get their offenses rolling. Burnham scored first on a pass from quarter back Iohn Beach to end Buster Garrett. The extra point was blocked by Bulldog linemen. Bossford roared back to push over a tally but luckily failed in the extra point attempt. With the score tied 6-6 in the fourth quarter the locals pushed Bossford back to their one yard line. On the next play, Burnham line' men crashed through to halt the ball carrier in the end zone for a safety, giving the Wildcats a well earned 86 win. The following week an underdog Burnham eleven surprised Port Clinton by handing them a 6-6 tie. Burnham scored on a pass to Bob Hall in the third quarter. ln the final quarter with seconds to go Port Clinton completed two long passes. The final heave was good for a touch- down. The extra point was smothered by a host of Wildcat linemen. lt was a heartbreaker, but the Burnham team roared over Holland to the tune of l9-O the following week. Gerald Morti- more, substitute back, thrilled the crowd with a spectacular 60 yard run for a touchdown. FIBST BOW: B. Smith, B. Harris, I. Kroll, K. Beadle, B. Hanna, A. Iames, P. Dallas, C. McDaniels, H. Stillwell. SECCND BOW: B. Hardy, C. Miller, B. Bisenbrandt, K. Delauter, I. Beach, H, Conrad, B. Hall, D. Ery, C. Brattain, D. Porter. THIBD BOW: D. Black, B, Bitz, B. Peitcn, B. Hall, C, Pucilawski, H. Sanderson, I. Seifert, B. Wefer, G Mcore. FOURTH BOW: D. Kroyer, D. Courtney, M. Clander, G. ludd, B. Vtfrrght, B. Garrett, B, Iones, V. Iones. CUHCHES Beturning to Burnham after an ab- sence of three years, Mr. Orla Thomas, Burnham's director of athletics, coached the Burnham football team to a success- ful season. Head coach Thomas had as his assistant Bob Hollister. Mr. Hollister, who helped with the varsity and re- serves, is a former Burnham gridiron star. Coach Thomas handled the varsi- ty basketball squad, while Mr. Hollister trained the reserves and Mr. Whitman piloted the Freshman cagers. When spring rolled around, Mr. Tom Gillooly again headed the Burnham golfers. Mr. Thomas instructed the base- ball team and Mr. Whitman worked with the track team. The success of our athletic teams has been greatly due to our fine coaching staff. Next came Burnham's old rival, Whitmer. The game was played with water standing on the field. Both teams found it hard to get their offenses moving due to the mud. Whitmer finally tallied and added the extra point. Burn- ham came back fighting and rolled deep into rival territory. lohn Beach rifled a pass to full- back Milt Olander, who was halted on the l yard line. Time ran out, however, and the rally was cut short. The second half was an even contest until Whitmer slipped over a score late in the game. The game ended with Whitmer on top, 14-O. Carl Miller and Karl Delauter, guards, and Herb Conrad played heads-up ball for the locals. Burnham met Clay in the last game of the season on Clay soil. The Eagles, with the Great Northern Championship in their grasp, turned it on in the first half and led 28-U. Coming out fighting, the Wildcats opened a scoring thrust. Milt Olander, behind excellent blocking, romped 45 yards for the first Wildcat tally of the day. Minutes later a pass to Buster Garrett netted Burnham another six points. The game finally ended 28-12, for a run and a championship for Clay. And thus brought to an end the football careers of eleven seniors. These boys will be missed but their fighting spirit will long be re- membered by those who have attended the 1946 Burnham football season. RESERUE FO0TBHll i""'!'F22 B CA rt: 4 a er, Arr -c, l., Bisncg ent: Cf. Bef J . Jia. 4512 F' V .5 i 4 4 7 A, W M, . ,, 2 T R3 6 , ' U, wr ' L . ' .565 W W , 1 s A W' 'gi f V is M 1'-V hw-f . 4 ' K' Q A ,mygyx ' 'v ,fs A M M- . , 1.1 Y ' , - , .W ... I My Y V555 Y 9- ,v Q1 Q if Jiri ' xQ ILQQI-R' ,.,.v-.,.. . . 'F 1 ,, 1 Q! . A .v P? A f MW! A TQ A .K I V ltvq my , mfs.. 26-Q? .,.. H , f Q K .. Y 1 4 r fg 5, '. , 3' I -,f ,-s.. 4 KAN . ' -V ,fgj -Y? ' .Y - ,Q In A-1' , fl-Af? ' -fx , wus 4 x , J if Q' , 'K gr I ..x . Q 'S X , Q ,.v.,.. -L, L ,f . K 7 , . -, vl- . ,Q ..f...'gmg1':'-14'-'NA x- ,ix S 1 s c '1 -. Deye ,rd B. Martin. 'C cyer, N. 'Wise UIIRSIW BHSHETBHLL The Burnham basketball team, under the reign of Coach Qrla Thomas, com- pleted a most successful season. Dick DeBord, Barron Deye, Milt Olander, and "Wes" DeBord returning, Don Courtney, Dick lohnston, Carter Iohnson, Bob lrlundley, Norman Wise, Duane Kroyer, and Len Detwiler in from the Reserves of 1946, the Wildcats prepared for their first game with the Green Arrows from Ottawa Hills, The locals displayed excellent form in disposing of the Arrows 41-23. Barron Deye led the Wildcats' scoring with 12, while the DeBord brothers came through with seven apiece. Continuing to play good ball, the Burnham cagers toppled the Perrysburg Yellow lackets 41-31. Co-captains Barron Deye and Dick DeBord registered 15 and 11 points respectively. For their second league win, the Burnham boys defeated the Bulldogs from Bossford 36-31. Libbey handed the Wildcats their first loss 42-33. Deye headed the Burnham scoring with 15 tallies. Coming back from Christmas vacation the Wildcats traveled to Metamora and defeated the local boys 48-38. Wise and D. DeBord tallied 31 points together. ln the next game alumni provided tough opposition before bowing 33-32. Dick Iohnston's fieldgoal in the final seconds decided the issue for the locals. Burnham racked up their biggest score of the season defeating the Sugar Boys from Blissfield, 60-22. Dick DeBord and Milt Olander tallied 11 and 10 points respectively. 1I1'l n, D. De- Hundley, D. Cria Thomas, At this point in the season the Vilildcats slumped, losing to Whitmer, Clay, Maumee, Rosstord, and Woodward, Begaining their early season form, they defeated Perrysburg 44-34. Clay edged the Wildcats 57-49 in a hard fought contest. Finally to show what they could do the Wildcats avenged an earlier season defeat by trouncing Whitmer 48-36. The Burnham cagers ended the season with a thrilling 46-45 decision over Maumee. Dick DeBord and Bed Wise led the scoring tor Burnham. Entering the District Tournament as a dark-horse, the Burnham cagers out- played and outtought a scrappy Bosstord quintet 33-32. Advancing to the semi- iinals, Burnham couldn't quite match the Polar Bears' sharp shooting and bowed 44-33. ln the consolation game Burnham lost to Central 63-45 in a tast moving game, The team is to be congratulated tor the way they closed the season. Boys who will be missed are Dick DeBord, Barron Deye, Milt Olander, Don Courtney, Dick Iohnston, Duane Kroyer, Len Detwiler, and Carter Iohnson. Congratulations tor a successful season, Wildcats! RESERUE BHSHETBHLL lBoT so'-2 il-HBD Hollister 321- l. Beach, .,, . ar is SECCND RCW' K cnraa, J. lwi a D r Challen D. Brz zinski Burnham Burnham Burnham Burnham Burnham Burnham Burnham Burnham Burnham Burnham Burnham Burnham Burnham Burnham Burnham Burnham Burnham... ... Burnham... ... Burnham BHSHETBHIL Ottawa Hills Perrysburq . Bosstord . . . Libbey .... Metamora . Alumni . . . Blissiield . . . Whitmer . . . Clay .... Maumee . . . Rossiord . . . Woodward Perrysburq . Clay ...... Whitmer . .. Maumee . . . Tournament .33 Bosstord . . . .33 Woodard .. n .... 45 Central C7 S f i B. McClure, D, Halt, C. Com- stock, P. Miiier, N. Koester, E. McGuire, A. Suit-zaitis. FIRST ROVV: L. Miiier, F. Has orcuck, P. Miiier, D. Trow- bridge, I4 Vtfeioio. A SECOND RONJ: D, Micham, B. Bratfain, I, Krew, B. Devaui. THIRD RCIN: E. Shane, I. Brcwn, I, Giliznez, V. Icnes, 72 Exgriilarifs peppiest are tnose chosen as cheerleaders, this year under the direction ot Miss Marion McGinn, airis' physical education instructor. in their snappy qoid and black uniforms, the seven pictured are seen at aii sports con- tests cleerinq the 'vifiidcais cn. TRHCH Bur:1g.a:i1 had a track teartx on tgpe ciuders again tlris year. Last years teazzi VVi11Cil was tlie first tearn since the war, had a iairiy good season. Ioe Brennan, one of flie rnainsrays of iast years teaizg, was not with us this year. Ioe was fifth lfl tzie state in Elie ion-1 hurdles. G0lF Last year the qolf team won all their matches until they qot to the district. There they placed fifth in the tournament. The Burnham qolfers practiced on Highland Meadows Golf Course. This year with a new squad, the boys hope to continue to win. Mr. Tom Gillooly will coach the teatn which is pictured. BHSEBHll The Burriiiarn Wildcats baseball team started out rather slowly at the first of the season but rapidly shaped into a winning ball team. We will have our star catcher, Dave Brzezinski, back, but we will be without the valuable service of Dick Beach. Dick :lid a swell job on the mound for us last year, .FFT BCTVJ: K, Bea e P Flfebfelwf-sr i it, tt,..,., f ND BTVV: F. 4 11" "r Gill l ,, iv. . .., B. Pe. B. Sinus ,V N ., '., rieun get-v - mf-r on... .. flittei, H, Coucher t. lvlcllcim "FIGURE 8" D. Munz N. Cregue B. Brown S. Glitzner C. Kujawski l. Cowan L. Drablic B. Kroll Ranking highest in girl's intra- mural basketball was the "Figure B", with Donna Munz as captain. She also scored the greatest number of points in the year. They really deserved the cham- pionship as they displayed fine shooting in the games. "SI.AUGH'l'ER HOUSE SUZIESH M. Piccardi E. Heiney B. Main L. Simpson I. Miller D. lones C. Martin R. Neff Following in the "Able Mabels" footsteps were the "Slaughter House Suzies", ably led by Mary Piccardi. They were in the audi- torium practicing when Norma Koester's team was resting. HSMOES.. C. Corbin N. Shanks M. I-lammons R. Bender l. Ackland I, Borucki E. Caldwell D. Hall The Yellow Shirts characteri- ing Clare Corbins "Smoes" play- ed gocd ball throughout the season. By next year they should be stiff competition for any team. "LHNA'S" R. Minogue B. Hendricks P. Wilson M. Williams H. Dzienny l. Guernsey l. Fuerst D. Kritzer Ruth Minogue and her "Lena's" had a tough time getting started but by the last of the year had succeeded in developing a fast break that was very effective. 74 GIRLS Under the direction of the new, Well liked physical ed tion instructor, Miss Marian McGinn, girls' gym classes lr enjoyed furthering their "fizz ed" by soccer, basketball, vo ball, folk and modern dance. Last September we streaked down the athletic field after soccer ball. lust as We were getting warmed up to the gc Iack Frost came along and pushed us indoors. wardness fand poundsl fell off as We leamed the graceful m ments of these anatomical achievements. Also, in mo dance classes, we mastered the art of falling down. So we decided to try folk and modern dancing. Much c c PURTS Basketball went blithely on its way during the cold winter onths. Our intramural teams were chosen by grades. A rescendo of excitement mounted and grew 'till the final play- ff of the two highest intramural teams-Munz's "Figure 8's" nd Cotterman's "Rockettes." Congratulations to Donna Munz nd her seniors for a perfect record and a championship. Spring finally woke up after a long winter. When the ath- tic field dried up and the sun shone brightly, we ventured to tep outside. After a traipse around the track, we were found laying soft ball, tennis, and soccer. "ROCKE'l'l'ES" C. Cctterman I. Bettinger N. Beveridge E. Davis P. Lingo B. McClure C. Comstock B. McGuire Closely matched with the "Figure 8" were the "li-lockettes" captained by Carol Cotterman. Frcm beginning to end they dis- played fine shooting and guard- ing. "DROPS IN THE BUCKET" I. Roberts V. Billings R. Gardner R. Golembiewski E. Schuster B. Hammons Depending upon JoAnne Rob- erts to make the baskets, the "Drops ln the Buckets" had a fairly good season. They had a slow time getting started but the last few games they showed fine teamwork. HBUCKEROOSH I. Faunce B. Ferral E. Langlois D. Brooks V. Vorce N. Hundley I. Iarvis I. Landers Iimrrrey Faunce led her team through the season with quite a few losses, but they showed good sportsmanship. With a little more experience they should be a good match for oncoming teams. "SURE-SHOTS" A. Sutkaitis D. Dechant L. Dechant E. Lange-nderfer L. Steele E, Wilson B. Hielman P. Cregue l1Vith Pat Cregue shooting and Alice Sutkaitis guarding, ihe "SurefShcts" proved their ability in the art of basketball, By team- work and continued practice, next year will find them "Surer-Shots", "ABLE MABELSH N, Koester B, Boyer B. f-lawkins M, Palmer S. Boar l.McKinlay S. Gordon M.'W'yandt Norma Koester led her "Able P.faE:els" through this year with a number of wins, With lots of spirit they were seen practicing in the auditorium whenever it was empty. 75 B 5 Nga M Q :X ef X , fi-1, 'W Q f , an M-1 5- Qw A W sis M W ' I 5 ,, Q a S ,,, A W , R 'E 4 'Y V " 'V ' 7 'H s-2 ' Qil??5'L W if A S' f ' 5 ' .mfffjsf 'fl H 1 V: a A Q ' lf154i'3f6fwfw"'2vW " ff' A ' - bww ' ' ' vi 1 'lf' ef fx 7 WW J Q I -4 ,MHZ Y fr K4 A ,Mfg -, .. Q. f 5 ': QQ. , Agz,9,.+Z?'C S7 :ff ' ' M, 'A , A'f?1f1'f , ' 5? ,l:7"i'7'ifg"Worf"i ' -. , ,vii " ' 7 HY b , fy, A-s,,'y'i ' Qyg,-5, X , My if V ' '15 I . I f ' ' P SPECIIIL HTTRHCTIOIIS! MTDGE DAGUE 1.1. F 55?-1317, .. .., 15: L J' 4- ' '.'.' . 1"- Y 1 1 DSN COURTNEY X ,Q .., Q , Vw WV. .. L , ,M . . ti ,.1 ,119 Qlfifs II ttf .5 ' ' 'L fI Plc D1ffc:i1u'. 1. C1lSf 11"11 ,, ,N sf2'i:1i'i 1:1 iff? G11 all 1: 1 11i 1:1 n . 1 y A1 BILL HUDSON 4 rf 113 ' 'i GS 1.15 .,v:11'i 11 1 1:1 f11'TE.' ICIIIIIIIVZ, BUSTER GARRETT 21.1 . 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Barron Deye ts a plnotoqrapher who takes thc best pose Of Barb Brown th late MISS Amenca and sweet as a rose Buster Garrett rs now the lnterNat1onal Star For football sports both near and far lam Guyton IS bookre for Santa Amta Horse Races Wlth detect1ve Bob Hardy hot on hls paces Elleen Hemey and loyce Henderson are now successful lYp1SlS And Laura Grbson sperds her days as a mamcunst ln the beauty shop of Ellen Schuster Next door to Emerson Bayes the restaurateur Iuhe Guernsey IS very busy as an excellent nurse Wlth Rua GOllGmbEWSk1 QIVIRQ her patxents to the hearse Betty Ann Hendrl ks 1S warblmq away Accorrpamed by Io Roberts pxanrst of the day And now l see Loren Kltchen as the umformed chauff ur Of Mxlt Olander the SW9d1Sh ambassador Sklp lohnson IS now a great radlo announcer And lack Petrecca a nlqht club b uncer Clark Reber IS at last a famed lawyer Wlth Doll1e Iones h1S tenoqrapher Velerh Huffman and Iune Shwely spend therr hves abroad As m1ss1onar1es teachrnq others about God D1ck Black, the florlst supphes the flowers For lustrce of the Peace Bob Thompson s, weddmq bowers Melvln St Iohn chose radlo for hrs freld And Frances Rasmussen doctor has many patxents healed 78 G1'1ny Bob rts IS wr1 s 1ent1'1 rnat r fue 1n er bakery Dons Vet er S'1TS u ha Fred Scharrschrntdt t lucky 1l rn1ll1ona1r Matrhes cards wlth l11s r1val Bob Sterhnq 11r Gale Pant the mayor of Ottawa Lake At Dot Ramsey s restaurant nsumes all l'11s s eac Hero Spann and Brll Ramsey sa1l the wrde s Vvlul Russ lennew ne owns a strtna of qro 9195 Harrold Gruber IS now the Sylvanla Mayor And lrene Hrpsher IS a telephone opera or The Pubhc Lrbrary clarms as 1ts employees Do IS La Pomt and Ianet Dav1s who collect the booc ees P VV1lson has found rer ola e as a tea ner As n s Robert Zerter Gs a preacher Loxs Nobser IS work1n IH her store as a reweler And Thelma Zrrnmerman 1s her stenoqrapher Kar Delauter 1S an auto repa1r shop owne And Donna Ze1man IS Sylvamas new ta1lor Don Courtney IS the new Vlaur1 e Evans And aqamst Bud Rrtz s c mpet1t1on closely runs Maryorre Northcott 1 th n w beautrclan And Iohn Blystone IS a well known maa1c1an At Larzelere s druq sto e anyone would sto, Len Detwtler has own aaroer shop And Carroll Wollam owns a neat palnt shop An a1rport mechamc IS lerry Grlffen Who checks planes of av1ators such as Blll Hudson Betty Hammons 1S now a professor of Enalxsh Whrle for Ramona Gardner bookkeeprnq IS her drsh lackre Fuerst wr1tes chrldren S StOf19S, Suz1e Gl1tzner as South Amerx an correspondent has her worr1es ,. r. 1 1 ,-gwfzfr ., . 1 , , -1 1 - .- , 4 I ,. 1 -,.r1,- 1 I hx . 1 .lf .Af gs -Lt. 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'is . .. -G'.7..,-.flak ' H '. 1-.M o 1 3,11 H . Been camping, girls? . . . Wbcri or catch? . . . Tell us, too . . . Dirnples! . . . lt's spring . . . Peek-C1-boo . . . Turn- bling . . . lpdng, no doubt . . . Wedding bells . . . He ccxn sing too . . . QUQ-nW"'94Um Kahn vfliwnpllmemfs fnf CARROLL MOTOR SALES BUICK PONTIAC A wh Mum Slreet D. and W. EQUIPMENT NEFF'S PLACE 628 R? Tal . 1 P hr . 1 L edu O' 0 O Grocermes - Meats - Ice Cream Central Ave. and Mobil Gas and Oil Farm Implements and Tractors L lffhfl A 4 U W Mau Qllb GENERAL MOTORS TRUCKS DEMALINE TRUCK SALES AND SERVICE CO 1 FRANKLIN AIRPORT INC WALKER FURNITURE COMPANY Plper Cub Dealers 0035 M moe K 4 T0 f Qm 93 I P N I Y 4,. -1,-If xr . el Xe. amd I 1 lg F,aa 5 "I 'f'W"TlAf,,' N . ,r1.rrl11qa.1 . f xe-319 Ol nm aff -trirmjwfmtgs ful I O I , . ", , ,,, , I I I 'aww Qhf's1wy'j1I'wfJf Krlfnf 4 I! X LJ 4, .ps mf sw, A we--1 A - fl 4, 2 F6 ' 'XVI , f' , V IT, Us U4 Compliments WHITE'S BARBER SHOP ot FENDER'S FRIENDLY MARKET Mmm Stfssf 5450 Monroe Street SYLVANIA OI-HO Neor Wnrte ord Hood Best of Luck to the Class of 1947 GREASY SPOON SANDWICH SHOP Comphments ot RQCKS ICE CREAM RITZ BEAUTY SHOP Stop At QYLVANIA QI-HQ Mory 1 onoendeter Propnetor Phone 11 Comphments ot WILCOX SHELL SERVICE 6485 Monroe Street SYLVANIA QI-HO 1 ' r Monroe St. Neotr Whitetord MOUTOQ md M0113 Sffeef SYLVANIA Frozen Food Lockers Compliments ' fjnv i' ff A.,-t,txLRF of IvlllA'T' PROCESSING SMOKTTJG AND CURING GREEN'S BARBER SHOP Syl'.'c1r11c1, Cha' Phone 274 K E N T C. E L E Y Electrical Contractor Electrrcal Mechczmcal and Household Repcnrs 5431 Mum Street Sylvcrmct Ohlo COOPER APPLIANCE L f Hwllm Ht Phllco and Norge SEILERS FLOWER KNOLL w Ph V1 I I Iv E e ss ' of lVlCI1l"',,Q ftrvet Q. e XAjh1gQf,,I, 1 H 513 gy, MQ lVlfWl1llO47 Street Sylvcmlc, Glu Phone Sylvania 606-M-1. P.O. Toledo, R.F.D. 1. Box 146 Flowers For A11 Occasions jim P044 Shop, Monroe Street. Near Whiteiord Road Compliments Compliments ot CLINE HOME MAINTENANCE the 6603 Monroe Street CHAPPELEAR CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Phone 30 Sylx onlo Chlo TOLEDO BLUE PRINT AND PAPER COMPANY We Bulld Better Bulldlnqs ARTIST DRAFTSMAN SHASTEEN S Fresh and CIISDY POTATO CHIPS Superlgr Street Dllqgcl ll'Ql'l'l Kettle to ITIQTTIQ CANDY and CARMET CORN Toledo Ohro 4940 Monroe St Toledo l2 Chlo CNeor Fronklln Alrportl Lo 9l89 of ENGHNIEER ARCHITECT Compllments GEORGE F REEB AND SON SCHABER MOTOR SALES DeSoto and Plymouth Cars Phone 22 R Mcnn Street Sylvcxnlcr Ohlo Complzments ol CROSBY S SOHIO SERVICE Monroe Street Sylvamcr Ohlo of Radiators, Bodies, cmd Fender Repairs DOLLY MADISON 'Dellorously Different" l-londepocked Coloniol ICE CREAM Monroe Street Telephone lo. 0423 Cotnplrrnenls QL DICK HUBBARD and COMPANY Compliments OHIO CLOVER LEAF DAIRY Complrments ol WALKER FURNITURE Colfn Qhopp o enter TOT VDO OH O Eat At The DOUGLAS GRILL TOLE O OHKD of " Q y o ing 3985 Monroe St. 4ll35 Monroe I TD . IL., , x I LJ , Fon ro nlot or TOLEDO MEMORIAL PARK fwonophrnonts TERICE OIL AND GAS CO Cor C ntennrol ond Monroe LENTZ AND STURN Prescrlptlon Phcxrmaclsts Pnone 900 SYLVANIA OHIO Com plzments of VAN NEST SUPPLIES o A ' of JK o't 1 Is, Class Of 19475 I. H. Anderson, Prop. . 9 ' O 1 La WM. A. GAIGE Compliments ot Plumbing - Supplies - Paints SYLVANIA TANNING Main Street Sylvania, Chio COMPANY 5626 Summit Street Phone 39 Com plrments COMMUNITY CHEVROLET Your Chevrolet Dealer Compliments DR R R HOUSER R F ADAMS GROCERY Central and Holland SYLVANlA Veierlnarlan Phone 273 Holland Sylvania Road of of , , Compliments HIXON PETERSON LUMBER COMPANY The Pzck of the Trees Lumber GALLAGHER S SUNOCO SERVICE Monroe ot Summlt LUIDTICGIIOH Cor Woshlnq Accessomes Post Battery Chcrrqmq TIFQS Batter OITID IITIEHI THE FRANKLIN CREAMERY COMPANY Fme Ice Cream cmd Candy Comphmerwts HESSELBART and Go od eo Por1e42 ll I I ll I N. . of 4 ' ies 1 i E I ,A G I KIOLLER C' I SOL I I I I I I Ce-mes M ts h Congratulations Class of 1947 CARL PORTRAIT STUDIO Mam and Maplewood Sylvama Oh1o Hot Pomt Retrraerators Ranges Washers Water Heaters SYLVANIA APPLIANCE COMPANY IEIGCIIIC Apphance Specrahstst 5813 Maln Street Phone 41 Sylvanla Ohlo WIRING SUPPLIES SALES AND SERVICE HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE COmD11rf1eHfS Irvm Leutz Of Irvm Georae 5694 Mam Street C C MITCHELL Phone 1301 SyIvar11a Oh1o LIGHTING FIXTURES AND LAMPS CO JGRATULATIONS GRADUAIES OF 1947' THE SYLVANIA SAVINGS BANK COMPANY YLVANIA or I0 Complete Bankmg Servzce if 3 . 1 I Q." 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IFFLAND MILLER'S NEWSSTAND Insurance Agency South Main Street Strong Rehobte Qld Llne Cornponres 6256 Erle Street if Phone 61 SENTINEL PUBLISHING COMPANY COMMERCIAL PRINTERS Publzshers of the Sylvama Sent1ne1 WC1tChGS D1GmO'1dS STEGER SHOWEL COMPANY THE HOFFSTADT IEWELRY COMPANY Comrnerolol Cooklnq Equrprnent TOLEDO OI-HO Moln 4316 Expert Wotoh Reporrrnq Solesroorn Chrno Gloss ond Sllverwore Costume Iewelry Zrrcons 206 208 Surnrnlt Totedo Qhlo Complzments of DRIGGS DAIRY FARMS INC Garheld 3755 219 North St. Cloir Street ond Utensils Conqratulatrons Class of 1947 THE COMMUNITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION LAUX MOTOR SALES Chrysler Dealer Plymouth NEW AND USED CARS General Auto Repalrmq ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Relrtqerators Washtna Machmes Racllos Mam Street Sylvama l8 Sylvama Oluo Io 2134 Meet Your Euends WAGONLANDER S FEDERATED STORE Sylvan a Ohla A HOME OWNED INSTITUTION EDUCATION IS GOOD INSURANCE ROSS BILLET General Insurance Electric CS Gas Stoves I At i I . 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