Three Rivers High School - Reflector Yearbook (Three Rivers, MI)

 - Class of 1949

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We hope, as you read this annual, you will recall all of the happy days spent at Three Rivers High School Qvxfxd if agile I 'fs is VMAMYXX gy? 6 :,"f-x'1 'T-'13 .ilu fi --sz, Z L1 C, -- 3 0-1. 'F- J . 1 7 s , N! J E x K , y ll! C ' L A.. -x gy at ll .lf 1 , 1,4 y l 1 J 'wh . I9 g , , Xp lk rx Ll., - my A ,T W , y NN Q -asf 4-X -' 'mv-. , 64' as -I , ff-1, ...........DEDlCATlQN- - .... thls annual to Mr Irvm Van Sluyters Hls untmng efforts ID pro- duclng Ch3.IIlp10DShlp bands h1s servlces beyond the call of duty and hls helpful guidance w1ll always be remembered So wxth deep apprecxatlon we dedlcate to Mr Van Sluyters the Reflector of 49 It is with sincere recognition that the Class of 1949 dedicates n e n . , ADMIN ISTRATICDN WALTER HORS HOWARD N DICKIE Supermtendent of Schoola Prmczpal SCHCCL BCDARD IWW' N C Myers secretary James P Hoekzema treasurer Edlth Snell vlce presldent R 0 Monroe presxdent John MacGowan member 4 W JF 55-9 MQ W FACULTY W - Ls 5 i X JI Irs, L W ,nllff ,P f 1 x z X X A fffmc T WN ' f flux Y 1 K QNJA ' x W " 0 .Q X , fl X f 1 f JK ' Q ffff V, ,WM ' l FACULTY MARY B ANDERSON Shorthand and Typmg Yearbook Sponsor ESTHER AVERY Homemakmg Department Dlrector Future Homemakers Co Sponsor JOHN BABUI A Biology and General Sclence Freshman Class Sponsor Asst Football Coach Track Coach NELLIE BARLOW Mathematlcs Sophomore Class Sponsor ROBERTA BAUTEL Homemaklng Future Homemakers Co Sponsor LEO BENT Industrlal Arts 6 I9 3' EDMUND W BLANK Government Social Scmence Asst Basketball Coach VIOLA BLUM Engllsh and Spanxsh Spamsh Club Sponsor Gxrl Sports Club Co-Sponsor LILLIAN A COMAR Mathematxcs-Department Dlrector Dean of Gxrls Semor Play Dlrectorr CECIL DELONG Physxcs Chemlstry General Science and General Math PHYLLIS GIBSON Hxstory Government, and Speech Glrl Reserve Co Sponsor JANE GRIFFITHS Engllsh Jumor Play DIFCCUOT DORIS HALVERSON English Girl Reserve Co-Sponsor VERN A HANCOCK Lxbrarlan LEO HANDLEY Indusfnal Arts-Department Dxrector JOSEPH LASKO Industrxal Arts LORETTA MAGNER Latm and Enghsh Jumor Class Sponsor DOROTHY METZGER Engllsh Department Dlrector Junior Reflector Sponsor FACULTY DOROTHY MURRELL 'Physical Education 'Girl Sports Co-Sponsor FRANCIS PELLEGROM Physxcal Educatlon Head Coach Football and Basketball Summer Recreatlon Director ROSANN PETERS Vocal Muslc Supervxsor GUY H RINGLE Buslness Educatlon Department Dxrector Internal Accountmg MILDRED SNYDER Art Supervxsor EMERSON STUTESMAN Mathematlcs Hi-Y Sponsor IRVIN VAN SLUYTERS Instrumental Muslc Supervlsor MARY VRANCIC Advanced Typmg and Shorthand and Commerclal Arxthmetlc FACULTY CHARLES K WATSON Hlstory Asst Football Coach MARGUERITE WILCOX Hxstory Rhlllle Class Sponsor SQL? 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Assistant Typist DONNA MARLENE WRIGHT Commercxal Gxrl Reserves 3 4 umor Reflector ypmg Certnfxcate 3 Class Officer 4 fsecretaryl RICHARD WORDELMAN Industnal IndustrxalArts1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 YVONNE WITTENBERG College Preparatory wlth honor Gul Reserves 3 4 Ctreasurer 45 S H Spamsh Club 3 Annual Staff 4 unnor Reflector fypmg Certxfncate 3 Honor Scholarshxp 4 Class Offxcer 1 ftreasurerl S Tno 3 JOHN WITTENBERG College Preparatory Industr1alArtsl 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Gollfll 2 3 4 Qmanager Annual Staff 4 Jumor Play Semor Play Typmg Certxftcate ALICE WING Commercial Cnr Sports 1 2 Grrl Reserves 3, 4 Typmg Certnhcale GLILWW ELLYN WILLIAMS Commercial with honor jumor Reflector Typmg Certllxcate 3 Jefferson Jr High Oak Rxdge Tenn 1 FCRTY N IN ER wif' ag N3 LORETTA WELTY College Preparaiory Girl Reserves 3 4 H 2 CHARLES A WEIDMAN Commercial Varsnty Club 2 3 4 Football 1 Basketball I 2 3 RONALD PAUL VIGNON General Industrnal Arts 3 4 Spamsh Club 4 PHYLLIS ANN TRACY College Preparatory Gxrl Sports 1 GxrlSReserves 3 4 fvtce president 45 H Annual Staff 4 Jumor Reflector Jumor Prom Co Chanrman Typxng Certxflcate 3 D A R Pulgnm 4 STANLEY C THOMPSON Industrial Varsnv Club 1 2 3 4 Qpresndent 4 Football l 2 3 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Track l 2 3 4 Qcaptam 32 Annual Staff 4 Jumor Reflector Class Offxcer 3 fP1'CSldClll, Typmg Certnflcate 4 NOVELLA TESSIN College Prqanralory Gxrl Sports 1 2 3 4 ftreasurer 31 Glrl Reserves 3 4 S umor Reflector pmg Certlflcate 3 C eerleaderl 2 3 4 S J DONNA STUTESMAN College Preparatory-with honor Girl Sports 2 Glrl Reserves 3 4 fsecretary 0 Spamsh Club 3 4 fsecretary 41 umor Play rompter ypmg Certx :cate 3 Honor Scholarshxp 2 Annual Staff 4 Bookstore 4 OLIVE MAE STUEBGEN Commercial Gxrl Sports 1 2 Gxrl Reserves 3 4 Typing Certificate 4 GEORGE E SOULE Industrial Industrial Arts 1 2 3 4 JEANNINE ANNE SOHRT College Preparatory Gxrl Reserves 3 4 umor Reflector ypmg Certxixcate 3 St Agnes Hugh Kansas 1 2 ,sand f"""' JOAN SMITH Gcural Gnrl Sports 4 Gxrl Reserves 4 Future Homemakers of Amenca 3 4 GORDON SINDT JR College Preparatory 12 FCRTY N IN ER IQ' :Hr fl 'W .14 P33 ra JOSEPHINE SHUMWAY College Preparatory Arms Academy Hmgh Shelburn Falls Mass 1 LOIS SEITZ General Gxrl Sports 1 GxrlSReserves 3 4 H Annual Staff 4 umor Play ypxng Certxfncate Cheer Leader 1 2 WENDELL SEARER College Preparatory with high Football 1 Intramural Basketball 4 Orchestra 1 2 Annual Staff 4 fedntor m chlefj umor Reflector fCdll0l'J umor Play Senior Play Honor Scholarship 1 2 3 Class Offtcer 2 Cpresxdentj Typing Certxfncate 3 HAROLD K SCHULTZ College Preparatory Intramural Basketball 4 Junior Reflector Iumor Play Semor Play Class Olfncer 4 Qvxce DfCSldCl'lt, PETER A SANGALLI College Preparatory Y 2 3 Varsity Club 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Qeo Capt 41 Track l 2 3 4 Qcaptam 45 Basketballl 2 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Iumor Reflector Iumor Play Class Ofhcer 3 ftreasurerj KENNETH RUGGLES Industrial B nd I 2 3 Typmg Certlfncate 3 eat honor ELWIN RUGGLES Induatnal Varsity Club 3 4 Football 1 Track 3 4 B nd 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 4 fcaptam ROBERT DUANE ROUSH College 3Preparatory wlth honor Varsxty Club 2 3 4 Gol 4 Typmg Certificate 3 Honor Scholarslnp 1 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 CALVIN RICE General MILDRED ANN PROCTOR Comnxerclal fxrl Sports 1 f rrl Reserves 3 4 lypmg Certrflcate 3 MARILYN POE College Preparatory with honor fxrl Re erves 4 S 5 lmslz llu 3 junior Retlector bemrr llax lrompter Rner xde Brookfxeld Hxgh Dowagxac Hxgh 2 WIARYHELEN PERRY General Gxrl Reserves 4 South Bend Hxgh School 1 2 RTY N IN ER -if 2 DAVID PAYTON lnduatrlal PATRICIA PAYNE College Preparatory Gxrl Reserves 3 4 S H Class Ofhcer 2 fsecretaryj BARBARA JOAN PARHAM College Preparatory Glrl Sports 1 Z G1rlSReserves 3 4 Orchestral 2 3 Jumor Reflector unnor Play ypmg Certrfncate 3 Cheer Leader 3 4 WILLIAM LEON OSWALT College Preparatory Y 3 Varsxty Club 3 4 Cvnce presrdent 47 otball 1 2 3 Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4 Typmg Certxfrcate 3 JOAN LOUISE ORR College Preparatory Cxrl Reserves 3 4 5 H bpamsh Club 3 4 Qvnce president ,Tumor Reflector Semor Play Irompter fypmg Certxfxcate 3 CORINNE LOUISE NASH College Preparatory 5 orts I Curl Reserves 3 4 S S urure Homemakers of Amenca 3 Junior Reflector Typmg Certrfncate 3 - A fl . ' f ir . a .l , , U . I V, Hi- , , 4 - 3 f. ..' I elif I A Di . 2 3 4 ' . , 2 V . S. ,H D- ' 2, 3, '4 ' Intramural Basketball 4 15 J- H. 5. 1 ff W 1 . 7 A Fo , , ', 4 ' ' 3' , -- - 2' , 111. 3, 4 - n. I 2, 3, 4 'p:,. n b . 15-1 . - . 0 ' I I Y , I V ' iv 1 A ' .-Q, Qin 'p , 2 I V V 44- " D.H. 2, 3,4 ' ' ' A . . . 1 KENNETH MUSSER lnduatrlal Industnal Arts 4 ELEANOR MAE MUNK Commercial Typmg Certnhcate 3 Cdlen Prenlrllvry Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Future Homemakers of America 3 Typing Certlfxcate 4 HARRIET MOHNEY College Preparatory Gxrl Reserves 3 4 VAUGHN MILLER Industrial Industrial Arts 3 4 Intramural Basketball 3 JACOB MILLER Industrial FQRTY N IN ER KIM DAVID MILLER College Prqaratory Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Spanish Club 4 MARILYN MILHOLLIN General Curl Sports 4 Gxrl Reserves 3 4 Collqa Preparatory Industrlal Arts 2 3 4 nd I 2 3 un or Reflector Pl en or ay Typnng Certnhcate 3 ROBERT H MADER Industrial Industrial Arts 3 4 Band 1 DAVID A McKEE Industrial H1 Y 4 Varsity Clubl 2 3 4 Football Track 2 3 4 Band I 2 3 umor Reflector 4 oxmg Varsxty Basketball l 2 3 MARIAN McCALE Commercial Typmg Certificate 3 PHYLLIS J. MOHNEY WARREN MAYER ' . , Za. , , , 4 ' ' I ' , 4 ' f L I ,I 'I . .A , ' , 4 JOANN LIERMAN College Preparatory Band 4 Constantine High School 1. 2, 3 CHARLES KRULL Industrial Industrial Arts 1 2 3 4 Csecretary Intramural Basketball 3 Stage Manager 2 GERTRUDE KONGSTVEDT College Preparatory Girl Sports 1 2 Girl Reserves 3 4 Junior Reflector WILLIAM JOHNSON Induatnal In ustrial Arts 1 2 3 4 JERRY LEE IRWIN Ccclege Preparatory with honor 2 Football 2 3 Band 1 2 3 4 Ksecretary 45 Junior Reflector Senior Ilay Typing Certificate 3 Class Officer Qvice presldentj BETTY DONIVEE HUGHES Commercial with honor Girl Reserves 3 4 Typing Certificate 3 F RTY-N IN ER X A ia - 9 5 . :fl ISABELLA HOUZE Commercial Girl Sports 2, 3 Girl Reserves 3, 4 D. S. 3 . H. S. 1 unior Reflector yping Certificate 3 BETTY J HOLMES General Grl Sports 1 2 3 4 Qpresident 41 Girl Reserves 3 4 Future Home Makers of America 4 VIOLET MAY HOFFINE General Spanish Club 4 Typing Certificate 3 JOYE HOEKZEMA College Preparatory-with honor Gu-lSReserves 4 Library Staff 2 4 Honor Scholarship Wheaton College Academy 3 DAVID DWIGHT HINCKLEY H Y 3 4 Football 1 2 Intramural Basketball 4 Band 1 Typing Certificate 4 VIVIAN HIERONYMUS College Prepuxtory Girl Reserves 3 4 fpresident 41 Class Officer 2 fvice presndentl 15 , gf , X. - ' . , , 41 ' . , , I JR. ' - D, . 2, 4 d ' . , . A t. Hi- , 3, 4 - v I General . 4 'W A p -- . I . , , it , ,-. 1J.s.2,q,4 'I Q . V -' Ak BARBARA HIEMSTRA General Gxrl Reserves 4 BARBARA JEAN HENDRICKS General Curl Reserves 3 4 D ISI 2 3 4 Csecretary 43 Jumor Reflector Class Olfxcer 3 Qsecretaryj Chaxrman of Red Cross 3 MARY ELIZABETH HARDE General Curl Sports 1 2 Gnrl Reserves S H Iumor Play Semor Play LEO HANDLEY College Preparatory H Y 2 3 4 ltreasurer Varslty Club 2 3 4 F otballl 2 3 4 C' 3 4 Band 1 Basketballl 2 3 Junxox Reflector Jumor Play Jumor Prom Co Chairman Typmg Certxfxcate 3 HELEN MARIE GEHRIG Commercial Gxrl Reserves 4 Future Home Makers of Amerlca 3 St Gaberlal Hngh School Chicago RUTH ANN GASK ELL College Preparatory G1rlSReserves 3 4 H Spanish Club 3 4 umor Play emor Play Typmg Certlfncate 3 S Trxo 3 16 FCDRTY-NINER ... . ... . 5: K MARTHA GARLAND College Preparatory Grrl Sports 1 2 3 Qsecretary 43 Girl Reserves 3 4 D S 2 3 4 KVICS presxdent 45 J H S lfsecretary lj Spamsh Club 4 Jumor Play Prompter Typmg Certificate SALLY GALE Commercial G1rlSReserves 3 4 Spamsh Club 2 Jumor Reflector Typmg Certnhcate 3 4 Robert E Sxmmons Hug New Y JAMES GAGE College Preparatory Intramural Basketball Industrxal Arts 3 4 PETER FREY Industrial Industnal Artsl 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Track 3 Basketball 3 VIRGINIA FREDERICK Commercial Girl Sports 1 2 3 Gxrl Reserves 3 4 GERTRUDE FRANKLIN College Preparatory with honor Gnrlskeserves 3 4 Spamsh Club 3 4 Junior Reflector Semor Play Typmg Certlfxcate 3 Class Offxcer Ctreasurer 2D Book Store 4 ork I n . ,l Q 3 D,.2,3,4' J. I. S. 1 V' 1. , V ' 4 . 4 r . ' .. . hy R D' 2 '3. 4 H . 'f . A 4 . . 3, 4 ' J. V. sf 1 A ' 4 a 1 -4 -2504 , A H ,, I i' . , , A to A 0 , - l- l .Q ' Intxgamural Basketball 4 f ' " Varsity Club 4 ' ' ' :ol , '. ,. . ' ' ' i . . ' , D. , 2, 3, 4 ' D. . 2, an 4 M ' , 1. . S. 1 D. . ' , 4 I PM JULIA MAE FOSTER Commercial Gfrl Sports 1 H Semor Play IRVIN FORREST College Preparatory Varsity Club 4 Col 4 Basketball 1 2 BONITA JEAN General Gxrl Sports 1 2 Gxrl Reserves 3 4 ORREST S ypmg Certlflcate 3 BARBARA JEAN FLACK Commercial Gxrl Sports 1 2 hurl Reserves 3 4 Typmg Cert1f1cate 4 JOYCE ANN FITZGERREL College Preparatory 6 1rI Reserves 3 4 Typing Cert1f1cate 3 Future Homemakers of Amerxca 3 DALE E FITCH Industrial Band 1 2 3 4 ldrum major 3 Stage Manager 3 4 FQRTY N N ER vm. 101 ...,.--f he it-V5 J' sw 1 RICHARD FIFE lndustnal lndustnal Arts 3 4 Ctreasurerj Intramural Basketball 4 Junior Reflector Junmr Play Semor Plav D MARENE DRAKE College Preparatory IIYISRCSCFVCS 3 4 u111or Reflector Ann Arbor Hugh 1 2 PETER DICKIE College Preparatory with honor Y 2 3 Varsnty Club 4 Football 1 2 team manager Intramural Bas etball 4 I 3 Band 1 Annual Staff 4 jumor Reflector Jumor Play Fypmg Certxfxcate 3 Honor Scholarshxp 1 3 Basketball 1 Z PANDORA DICKIE College Preparatory with honor G1rlSReserves 3 4 H Spamsh Club 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Jumor Reflector un1or I lay Semor Play Typmg Certxfxcate 3 Honor Sch0larsh1p Class Offxcer 1 fsccretaryj S Trxo 3 MARLENE C DAVIS General ALFRED DAILEY Industrial Industrxal Arts 2 3 4 Cpresldent Varsxty Club 2 3 4 Footballl 2 3 4 fco apt 0 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 ackl 2 3 Stage Manager 3 4 4 1 I I D. s. 2, 3, 4 1 . A J. ,. s. 1 A 6 . . A 1 3 , 1 T. 1 f , Q' A , , 1 1 3, 4 D. l. 3, 4 - 1-1-- 16 on ' I F 'V Hi- ' ', , 4 . 1 , , it 0 ' ' , fr 1 I 40 D' S' 2, 3, 4 'ls V K Golf . , 4 4 I-I. . 1 in , A a , , ' 4 1 of I K . 3, 4 ' - . . . 1 , , , fi' I , - 1' ' sau i J , ' V ' A 1, 2, 3, 4 D. 1 A ,4 0 . ' 5' 5 , ' . , ' 1 ',4J l Tr . . .4 ' l SYBERT CROSE College Preparatory Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4 Band l, 2, 3, 4 Typing Certificate 3 Class Officer 1 Cpresidentb GWENDOLYN COSNER College Preparatory S a 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 S PATRICIA ANN COOK Commercial wlth honor Girl Reserves 4 junior Reflector Typing Certificate 3 Class Officer 4 Qtreasurerj NORENE JANET CLELAND General LEROY ELWIN CASE General Varsity Club 3 4 Footballl 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Track 1 3 Typing Certificate 3 CHARLINE BUTLER General Girl Reserves 3 4 Typing Certificate 3 18 FORTY-N IN E RS 'ff HAROLD E. BURGERT Industrial Industrial Arts 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3 CLIFFORD DUANE BUEL Industnal Industrtal Arts 1 2 3 4 Stage Manager 2 3 DELWIN KEITH BUCKHOLD College Preparatory with honor Industrial Arts 2 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Iumor Reflector Honor Scholarship 1 2 3 Typmg Certificate Class Officer 4 Cpresidentj LESLIE J BUCHAN College Preparatory Varsity Club 3 4 F otball 1 2 3 4 T ack 1 2 3 4 Junior Reflector Basketball 1 2 3 DON BRUNDIGE Industrial Industrial Arts 2 3 Intramural Basketball 3 EVANGELINE BREYFOGLE College Preparatory with honor Girl Reserves 3 4 Spanish Club 3 4 Cpresldent 45 Library Staff 1 2 3 4 Cpresident 45 Junior Reflector Tvpmg Certificate 3 D.H. 2 1 if ae . C 3 , ' . - ,-vA ,., I A , . ' A A iti- W 4 ' . A , L , A . . 4 ,' , 3 ai ii I Zi Siva ,V., A 44 - if . I , 1 V .kk M .1., ,, . , I fl if jr, K I 352 ,11 ' , I ,. - ' ROSELAND BREECE General l'u ure Home Makers of America STEPHEN BLACK College Preparatory Y 2 3 Varsrty Club 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball Golf 4 Track 2 3 Band l 2 Typmg Certrfrcate 3 MILDRED BINGAMAN Commercxal Girl Reserves 3 4 Future Home Makers of Amerxca 3 Typrng Certthcate 3 SUE BERNHARDT College Preparatory Girl Sports 1 CnrlSReserves 3 4 Spanxsh Club 3 umor Reflector ypmg Lertxfncate 3 JAMES BERNHARDT College Preparatory Varsxty Club 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 jumor Reflector Senmr Play RUTH OLIVE BEACH College Preparatory with hlgb honor Honor bcholarshrpl 2 3 4 Typmg Certrfrcate 4 FQRTY N IN ER PERRY BALLETT lnduatrial Narsxty Club 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Intramural Baske ball 3 rack 2 3 MARJORIE BAKER Commercial with honor brrl Reserves 4 Junior Reflector Semor Play prompter lypmg Certnftcatc Honor Scholarshrp 2 3 THEODORE BABCOCK College Preparatory Hr Y 3 4 Qvrce presrdent 4 Industrial Arts 2 Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 Varsrty Club 2 3 4 'lrack 2 3 4 Jumor Reflector Class Offrcer 3 Qvrc presrdentj LUTHER ASH Commerexal Hr Y 3 4 Qpresrdent 43 In ramural Basketball 2 3 Band 1 2 3 4 Cprestdent 4D Orchestra 2 3 4 Typmg Certrfrcate 3 Reserve Basketball 1 MARY LOUISE ABSHIRE General Gxrl Reserves 3 Future Home Makers of Amenca 4 ALICE ABSHIRE College Preparatory with bonor frrl Reserves 3 4 S 7 3 4 lpresxdent H Spanrsh Club 3 Annual Staff 4 Iunnor Reflector jumor llay Senxor Play Typmg Lertlfrcate 3 Honor Scholarship 1 5 Trro 3 A .A 7 I I F l ' 2 . 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' f , 1 glffjf 1 3' V-V, L" V, V ' 4 x , 2 f ' ' Y f'V ' Q I J" Y"' ' '.- NAME Allee Abshlre Mary Abshare Luther Ash Ted Babcock Margone Baker Perry Ballet Ruth Beach Jlm Bemhardt Sue Bernhardt Mxldred Bmgaman Steve Blagk Jr Roseland Breece Evangelme Breyfogle Don Brundlge Leslie Buchan Delwm Buckhold Clxfford Buel Harold Burger! Charlxne Butler LeRoy Cass Norene Cleland Patrlcla Cook Gwendolyn Cosner Sybert Crose Alfred Daxley Marlene Davls Pandora Dxckxe Peter Dxckne Marene Drake Rxchard Fxfe Dale Fitch Joyce Fmtzgerrel Barbara Jean Flack Bomta Forrest Irvzn Forrest Julia Foster Gertrude Franklin vlrgllila Fredenck Peter Frey James Gage Sally Gale Martha Garland Ruth Gaskell Helen Gehng Leo Handley Mary Harder Barbara Hendricks Barbara I-Ixemstra Vxvlan Hieronymus Davld Hmckley Joye Hoekzema Vlolet I-Ioffme Betty Holmes Isabella House Betty Hughes Jerry Irwin N CDW YOUR SEN I NICKNAME Abbie Luke Sagebrush Margie Ruthie Big Jim Little Sue Milly Tud Knot tubl Rosie v1e Spider Delly Chff Charlle Casey Neen Pa Gwen Davie Pan Pete Mark Dzck Fxtchle Fitz J eannle Bonnxe rw Judy Trudy Gmme Pete J xmmy Martxe Ruthie Bugs Barby Barb Vxvie Hmk Hoelne Sandy Rawhxde Izne Donxvee Monk QUOTATION A miss that never mlssea Stxll waters run deep Need a responsxble man Luther is lt. The answer to any malden s prayer There ls no fmer gxrl than she A man of sllence IS a man of sense. Everything she does is done well Hes footloose and fancy free Always reliable, yet lots of fun Small ln mme, but mg ln heart. Silent, but a man of power Be came, he saw she was conquered. Serene among this savage race A man of silent eonvlctions. He can't dance, but can he intermission! A perfect gentleman Stndymg hurts his eyes Sleep is an art-I must study nt more thoroughly Oh keep ma mnoeent-make others great 'lhe world knows little of its great men A woman no longer free but happy Always wrllmg to do her part As calm as the sea Quxte the man about school A football player wlth no tlme out My heart has no secret whxch my conduct does not reveal The pmk of perfectlon A twinkle an hxs eye Ever ready and wnllxng to help Man wxth a great future Hes got rhythm Quletness m any girl IS an asset. A llght and carefree heart. Whats the use of worrymg? Sweet as her voice Effxclency and posse Full of lxfe, full of fun A quxet man but quite a man Good nature xs but one of his virtues Gale the wmdstorm Shes known to all and to all a fnend. Musxc has charms and so has Ruthle Her qulet personality IS like a magnet Emsteln and Leo have something ln common hes got a theory too I dream of belng a good wife If you need help ask her Her future IS all nng-ed out That G R spmt pep and go. If he w1ll he wmll, xt he won t, he won Blonde pertness plus Never the least blt blue She appears quxet but-l Thxs lady can out-talk us all A maid whose gentle charms will long endure He admits there are two sides to every thing his own and the wrong one AIBITION Psychologist Beauty operator See the world Have fun in lxfe Secretary Travehng salesman Chemist Chemical engineer Make a mlllxon Good secretary Detective Housemfe Graduate from college Undecided Make a mllllon Vetennanan Work an a large daxry plant Mechamc Lzve and let lxve See Alaska Travel Travel Nurse Play college football Millionaire Travel Socxal worker Chemlst Nurse Naval offlcer Baton instructor and stage drrector Chxef telephone operator Run a tea room or "9 Lawyer and traveler Real good nurse Llngulst See Cuba See California Good doctor Marry Bxll Soclal worker Success Good secretary M Travel Beautlcxan Secretary Seamstress Travel Teacher and social worker T W A Alrlms hostess Polxcewoman Good stenographer See Hawan Doctor . , . I s , . . ' . . s K t 1 1 . . Sy ' . . . . , D , , ' ' Silence is one great art of conversation. Bible College l 4 I , I .. . , I . . , . D . . , . . - ' ' . '.r . . . ' ' ' ' .D. . D , - .1 . - ' i . . , , I lt. : ' - KNO YGUR SENICRS HOBBY Meeting new people Growing flowers Travelmg Women Embroidering Hunting and reading Keeping a scrapbook Sailing To collect anything Small glass trmkets Pool and billiards Sports Reading sports Roller skating Pool Skating Hunting Reading Reading and sewlng Hunting Sewing Stamp collectmg and letter writing 'crap book of school activities Ice skatmg Hunting wild game Drawing Record collecting Golf letters Stamp collecting hunting Baton Twlrllng Drawing Reading Collecting unique barrettes Basketball and Dancing Singing and needlework Reading Elirtmg I-Iuntmg and fishing Hopechest articles and movie star pictures Collecting Photographs Playing the plano Wntlng letters Fancy diving and sailing Cooking Horses Sewing and knitting Record collection Collecting foreign dolls Resdmg Collecting matehbook covers Dancing Collecting records lane IS NOTED FOB Her gray skirt Her silence tm class! His Oldsmobxle Paying tina Her sweet disposition Blsllmousme AllAs His head concussion I-Ier hair Clem Procnstmatmg Her husband The Rocky Mountains His nervous ears Always napping U1 His wavy hair I-Iis curtain pulling His walking Her red hair Hls booming voice Oh that rock' Her personality plus Her guml His msomnsa UD Hls biceps Her hair ribbons That certain air That smile! Those eyes The stage Her sincerity Her soft voice Her beautiful hair His giggle That silvery voice The bookstore Her fnendly hello His cowboy songs His height That ring on her finger Her friendliness Tickling the lvones Her letter wntmg Ui His gift of gab Her laugh Her artistic ability Her smile The mathematlelan His curly locks That happy look That smxlel Her vim, vigor and vitality I-Ier questions That cu form His frequent trlps to Sturgis PET PEEVI Pesslmistlc people Cracking gum People who forget to end a Joke Girls who bleak dates! People who jump to conclusions Lasko Singing commercials People who are dense Substitute teachers People that talk too much or not enough Being called homely Yapping girls People who crack gum Girls who wear dungarees Teachers who show off their vocabulary Girls who break dates' Tests Blank s test Boys who use profanity People who have suction Girls who smoke People who start something and never finish it Stuck up people Shaving Lasko Girls who smoke People who crack gum Notre Dame football game care None-I love everybody People who say I cant Women teachers who favor boys People who are late Sloppy dressed people Silly Women High heels and bobby sox People who are always late People who talk all the time Working Youths who smoke Braggarts People who hate to speak Boys who dont shave People who know you and don t speak Lack of new faces in female population in T R H S Unpollte people Someone starts to tell something then quita White shoes and anklets Lazy people People talking when I m reading Catty remarks Rainy days People who don t act their age Men who think they're cuter than I aml People who get angry wi you for no reason Women drlvsrs SUPPRESSED DESIRE Play a coronet in a dance band Break just one school window Give lr Watson a toni" Teach World History 2nd 6 4th hours Set the clocks ahead Be a 6 ft. 2 in 225 lb football star Make Miss Gibson draw a good map Play basketball Make the honor roll limpossnblej Bc a barber Arrest the Nations No 1 gangster Tnm Mr Watsons mustache Embarrass Mr Blank Put my feet on Stub's" d k Knock the distilled water bottles o the ledge in the lab Ride my scooter up and down the halls Give Mr Handley a test Give Mr Blank a hard test Swun the triangle at Corey Lake Stay in bed every morning Get something on Mr Blank Have a nair of ear plugs when Mr Blank raises his voice Listen in on certain rooms with the intercom Dye Miss Gibson s hair black Shoot Mr Ben Be able to talk back to Mr Blank Eat without getting fat Get through college without getting mart Kick Hr Watson out of gym Put a clothes pin on my nose while making hydrogen sulphide Paint the nose red on the statue at the entrance Take up s collection of hair for Mr Blank Be a star on the boys basketball team Paint Kr Blank s head with red paint Trip a snooty person Have gotten an A in geometry Be a bartender See lr Dickie and Mr Lasko box Have fill all the time Be able to bay everything I 1 e Scream out loud in Gibsons class F1y an airplane Give Bonita Forrest a butch hair-cut Skip lst and 6th hours every Gave my teachers a test Play pool in the pool hall Win an argument from lr Blank Break all the alarm clocks in the world Win an argument from Mr Rmgle Be able to fly Make life miserable for Joan Burn down the school Blow up the chem. lab Talk back to the teacher Throw out the old croniu TRHS f . , . . . . . . . M n. . . . - ' . I . ' U es ' . ' ' ff ' - ur n - ' ' ' 5 . I D . . . I I I ' I I 5' s Meeting people, writing Her dependability People who say "I don't To stump Mr. Blank with a question V ll ' ' H 1 H Q . . . . , , , ' Y Il ID ' 4-K I f ' I I . . ' ' l'k ' . . , Att I I I s ' . I . H , , n , ' v - ' ' ' u ' n - - ' U ull th ' ' at NAME Wllllum Johnson Jr Gertrude Kongstvedt Charles Krull Joann Llerman Marlon McCale Davld McKee Robert Mader Warren Mayer Marllyn Mllhollln Dave Miller Jacob Mlller Vaughn Mlller Harrlet Mohney Phyllls Mohney Eleanor Munk Kenneth Musser Corrlne Nash Joan Orr Wllllam Oswalt Barbara Parham Patrlcla Payne Davld Payton Maryhelen Perry Marllyn Poe Mlldred Proctor Calvln Rlce Robert Roush Elwln Ruggles Kenneth Ruggles Peter Sangalll Harold Schultz Wendell Searer Lols Seltz Josephlne Shumway Gordon Slndt Joan Smlth Jeannlne Sohrt George Soule Ollve Mae Stuebgen Donna Stutesman Novella Tessln Stanley Thompson Phyllls Tracy Ronald Vlgnon Charles Weldman Loretta Welty Glenn Ellyn Wllllams Allce Wlhg John Wlttenberg Yvonne Wlttenberg Dlck Wordelman Donna Wrlght KNOW YQUR SENIQR NICKNAHE B11 Gert Clllc Mlckey se Warrenle Bllmpy Lefty Jake Phyl Munky Kenny Corky WIIIIE Barb Pa Payt Plng Glzzy Mlllle Calvle Hump Kenny Pete Krull Bloat L0gl6 Joey Beaver Jenny Squeeky Stutzy TCSSIS Tuffy Pat Romeo Psddlefoot Letty G E Llttle A1 Honest John Wltty Wert QUOTATION School IS an lnstltutlon, but who wants to llve ln an lnstltutlon' Charmmg chatterbox Cool and condltloned Modest and holdlng to her own affalrs Qulet but who knows' As fleet as Mercury hlmself Meekness IS not weakness Clarlnets speak hls plece I Just keep qulet and take notlce I-Ie who laughs last usually doesnt catch on Twere ever best to be a qulet man The tall dark and handsome type Blg black eyes-full of gladness Always ln a merry mood All good and no badness A llkeable soul A llkeable soul I would rather be beaten ln rlght, than succeed ln wrong The reason why teachers turn grey The very splce of llfe Thy volce has a celestlal melody Qulet ln appearance wlth motlves unknown Keen sense common sense, but lots of room for nonsense Personallty plus Qulet dlgnlfled but always ready for Women are the least of my worrles The athlete, the student, the man Glve hlm a basketball and hell be happy It was a long slege, but I made It Greater men than I may have llved but I doubt It Hes qulte the ladles man wlth those curly locks An all around fellow So pleaslng to look upon The best sltuatlon for wlsdom IS sllence Honor lles ln honesty Sweet and slncere A wlnner of frlends Some day I shall do somethlng, but what It IB I know not Small but mlghty Its the deeds not words that count Just a bundle of dynamlte Need an Bl'tl8fr-100k no further So thoughtful of others I may be short but that s no drawback Always Jol-nng, always gay Every one s pal A sunny smlle A httle mil wlth u blg heart Just glve hlm a camera and he'l1 cllck anywhere! A teachefs dellght ll to have a pupll of her callber Here one day, but gone two, or too' Her thoughts are of the future! AHBITION Sucoeasful farmer Nurse Tractor repair man Nurse Travel State trooper Slnger or Musxclan Blg wheel Ill muslc See Cuba J oumallst HUhtlhz ln Alaska New car Nurse Good Nurse See Cuba Famer Dletltlon Publlc Healdl Nurse Travel Mlch State College Slnglng Machlnlst Secretary Teach a lslral school Travel After my flrst mllllon well that depends Chemlcal englneer Ambltlous Photographer Play more football Polltlclan Doctor fMCdlC8l Mlsslonaryj Nurse Get out of school Clvll englneer Nurse Happlness Successful farmer Good stenographer World travel Nurse Archltect Occupatlonal Therapist Success Loaf all my llte Nurse Extenslve traveling Travel Professlonal photographer Speclallzed nurslng Draftsman Marry Larry . . ' I .1 4 .Q . . I . . Q ' Jo ' ' . . M . Q Bob . t . . . t ' on , , f Jo a . . ' A h fun. , , . . 1 . .. U- , - . . , l l . . . ' . JO ' . ' HOBBY Woodworkxng Savmg my old letters Woodworking follectmg chppmgs of T R 3CtlVltleS Drawlng 81 collectmg movxe star photos Makmg frlends Musxc Music Roller skatmg Sports Hunting dz flshlng Pool Plano playmg Wrltmg letters Plano playmg Buxldmg alrplane models Wntxng letters Musxc Sports Dancxng Music Huntmg, fxshmg dz trappmg Table tennls Sewxng 8: plano playmg Havmg fun Organ playmg Foolxng wzth chemzcals Sports Photography Sports Huntmg dz trappmg Workmg on my Model T Sports Reading Readlng and eatmg Blcycle ndmg Wrxtmg letters Hunting E flshlng Collectmg perfume Collectlng xntenor decorating artncles TR. Wildcat Srapbook Ice skating Playing plano 6 organ Pbxlatehst Golf Letter wrxtmg Kmttlng Flirting Photography Reading and cooking Bowlmg Collecting hope chest articles NSW YOUR SENICDR IS NOTED FOR Has pmk admlts Her bllndness Hrs abllxty to make haste slowly 'Her red halr Her compatlbllzty .His tenor voxce Hrs shyness Hxs pollteness 'Her green eyes Hrs wx Hls shyness I-hs good looks Her appendxx Her sparkhng eyes Her chattenng That smxlel Food and more ood Her nursmg Must we say' Her dancmg My B111 Always readmg Her coyness Her ready smlle Her long haxr Hls organ playmg Hrs sketchm g Basketball That golden smile Hrs Insh spmt Alaska I-hs pretty blue eyes Ummmmmmmm! Her sbyness I-Ins blg feet fahemll Changmg personallty Her coal black haxr Machme Shop Faxrbanks Morse Good nature and patlence Her undymg pep Hxs curls Her lnltlals Martha" Paddle-foot Her pleasant srmle Blondle Bemg a half pmt Has camera Her dependability Hn class natatlons Her clothes PET PEEVE People who gossip My slster Marilyn People who yell because they thmk you re deaf People who brag Gum cracklng People who are always complammg My dad when he wont let me use the car Bad losers Jealous people Gxddy glrls Long sklrts Women who fxx thexr halr ln pubhc People who chew bubble gum People who don t speak to me People who start thmgs and don fmxsh them School Gxrls with then- han- pmned up People who don't speak when spoken Women who won t get serzous Unmannerly boys Hrgh heels and anklets Clvxcs People usmg the word aunt People who read my mall Gettmg confused by substltute teachers Poor sportsmanshxp Glgghng gxrls Homework Sbavmg and sally girls People who make my business thexr busxness Waxtmg for people who want to nde III my car PreJud1oed people The new look Talkmg women Short dresses Nosey people Glrls People who put on alrs Gxgglmg gurls People who try to make a Mich fan out of me Remarks about my hair People who chew thelr fmngernalls Gxrls for boys! who swear Phylhs Gibson Baby talk Bleached blondes People who are not on tune People who pronounce pxctures pltchers Pessxmxstnc people Woman Suffrage Crackmg gum SUPPRESSED DESIRE Put Lasko through a knothole Sleep for a week straxght ln school Skxp school for a week Llve long enough to hear Mxss Glbson call me by my fn-st name Pamt a beard on the statue Shave Coach s mustache personally Put a tear gas bomb ln Glbson s room Become an All Amerxcan football star Be boss Cut out the wmdows and plug the heat out on 5 below mommg Bum down the school Call Mr Dlckle Stub Get somethmg on Mr Blank Drop marbles m MISS Magnera home room Trxp Mr Blank Refuse to stand up m class or Mxss Gibson Put a thumb tack under Mr Babula Break a bug plate glass wlndow Scorn women Break and drop a strand of pearls durmg a bormg assembly Break all of Neff s greenhouse wmdows Get an A lh Socxology Spank my srster hard Glve Delwm Buckhold a butch haxrcut durmg the locker room rush Shoot an apple off Mlss Magner s head Become a mllllonalre GIVE Blank a butch haxrcut Ilke mme Grow a mustache Walk into Glbsons room and slam the door Color M1ss Gxbsons haxr black Clog up the safety valve on the boxler Break the glass m the fxre alarm Gxve Mr Black a real hard test Throw the teachers around Kxck a teacher ln the shms Skip school Glve Mr Lasko a test Destroy all pmk admits Drive a car 90 miles an hour down Mam Street I cant tell lts a sacret Pole vault 16 feet Put gum In Mr Watsons mllifache Llve a CIVIIIBD llfe Peroolate llke a coffee pot Fire all the teachers Youd be surpnsed Shave Watson's mustache Spend all my money on photography eqmpment Play an organ Do away wlth homework Kxck the person who cracks gum . . . . - . , I . . - - , . . t . . - b . . . . . . . . . ,, ,, . . I , . . . I , . . . . ,t . . . . . . . f , . f .... . ' to . ' ' . . ' V ' U - n . 1 - - ' - , 1' 0 H - - - - .. - , H - , ' ' People who are never on time Push girl's out of the window , . . . . Y - ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' u n ' ' - - 1 ' ' - n n ' ' ' - - . . . Q ' ' ' . ' 1 -J 1 ' ' . . . . . . ' . Y , , U . . . . . . ' ' ll ' U I ' 1 HISTQRY CF THE 459 ers Here we are at last r1ght ln the front of the Re flector under the captron Senlors Each year s1nce we have come mto hlgh school we ve watched ourselves move a httle farther toward the front of the annual and wlth each change have been added all the wonder ful memorles of hlgh school When we flrst arrlved the tltle Rhlme sounded so Important Of course vue soon found out how wrong we were but wmmng the stamp contest after such terrlflc competltlon w1th the semors took some of the humllxatlon out of always seemmg to be ln the rlght place at the wrong tlme We were so proud of Leo and Pan as our stamp Kxng and Queen That was the only tlme m hlstory the rhxmes walked out of assembly flrst' Mrs Halverson was a lot of help to us that flrst year-espec1ally wlth our all school party when we at least profited by experlence Our freshman year wasn't so spectacular because we were awfully busy Just gettlng down to work We wele mcreased ln number by our 'country couslns who came to town to school Now we began to enter mto thxngs and really enJoy hxgh school tlme we really knew our way around and began to achxeve a llttle recogmtlon A few of our fellows ac tually made the varslty teams and several of the gxrls Jomed DS We decxded on a Valentme Hop for the theme of our post game dance and really dld thmgs up rlght w1th an orchestra and decoratlons That was also the eventful year we were mtroduced to geometry and those gruesome asslgnments that were only sup posed to take an hour to flnxsh Oh well, thmk of all we learned' Our only consolatlon was that lf we passed those flnal exams we d be Jumors Somehow we made It and then began a whxrlwmd year chuck full of highlights As Jumors lt was our Job to keep everyone Informed about school affalrs so we trled our hand at puttmg out the Jumor Reflector and had a lot of fun dolng lt We also made our flrst attempt at presenting a play and dld a fme Job wlth the help of Mrs Grxfflths Who wlll never forget Wendell as uB1g Hearted Herbert?" About thus txme we all began walkmg around wlth stooped shoulders and rather squxnty expresslons, so the school .ooard declded somethmg should be done about It The result was the new drlnklng fountaxns so that our growlng dxgmty wouldn t be stunted and the flourescent lxghts 2.6 that gave us that "Wide awake ' look They also decided that they'd better put the unter-com system m Just to keep an eye on us Our ' Mardx Gras" prom was the last word m color and galety At the semors gasps of apprecxatxon, we forgot how much work the decorations had taken and enjoyed xt ourselves All ln all, It was a pretty wonderful year, but the thrill of gettlng our class nngs remmded us that we stxll had farther to go So here we are I thmk we all agree that thus has been the best year of all After our spectacular prom last year, our class funds were sllghtly depleted, so we dxhgently sold cokes and hot dogs at a couple football games and then gave a post game dance for good measure At the same tlme we began practlcmg for our play, whxch was called June 'Mad The cast dld a super job, thanks to the assistance of Miss Comar We still chuckle when we thmk of Judy Foster lh that red dress and the appearance of Harold after hls ghder had crashed Right after the play, several heated arguments began to take place among us over a very controversml xssue, and a class who had always pnded themselves on stlckmg together suddenly spht xnto two dxstmct sldes We decided we needed leaders to carry us through thls battle and so we chose Jerry for one side and Harold for the other At thus the flght began ln earnest and rose to the breath takmg chmax on the mght of open house National polxtlcs had nothmg on us After November 2 thmgs began to qulet down and now Tom and Harry are the best of frlends Only once m a whlle does the lssue reappear when we hear Wendell mutter, I stxll thmk Dewey should have got 1t"' Then it was tlme to begln thmkmg about the Reflector After a lot of planmng we began the Job of settmg down a record of this hlgh school year that would really mean somethmg Durmg thls tlme we were also occupled by having our plctures taken, ordering our announcements and cards, plannmg our skxp day trip, and performmg all of the other tasks whxch had to be done before graduatxon We are grate ful to the Jumors for the wonderful "Arab1an Nxghts prom they gave us These are but a few of the many events whrch made up our hlgh school career Our teamwork as a class has made It a tremendous success and we look upon our graduatxon, not as an end but as a begmnmg to a brxght future O 1 7 , . "'-iii R . . - . - , . . ,, . ,, . . . -. . . , , . . I . . . , . . . ,, . . ,, n ' . 7 Q - , ' Q . - 1 . .9 It ,, a Q . . 4 . . ,, ' In tenth grade we were the "in-betweensf' By that ' , ' D . ' - u . , . . ' - U . . ' . 7 ' ' - . n ., , . , . . . , . . . . D . . . . . . . ,, . . , , ' ..-.i,..-LEGALS T., -,, me FIRST AND LAST SOLEMN WILL OF THE THREE RIVERS HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR CLASS OF 1949 B It 9m9mh91'9h1 That we-Delwln Buckhold Harold Schultz Donna Wrlght Pat Cook belllg respectlvely the presldent VICQ presldent secretary treasurer of the Class of 1949 of the Three Rlvers Hlgh School ln the county of St Joseph and State of MlCh1gaH by vlrtue of legal and decorous electlon to the offlces aforementloned bemg of sound mlnd and memory belng duly cognlzant of the VlClSS1tUd6S and fra1l1t1es of thlS fleetmg hfe and the rapldly dW1Ild1lI1g days of our remalmng sogourn ln these halls of learnlng and havlng now attalned the exalted and so phlstlcated status of dlgnlfled semors do hereby make execute and declare th1s to be the Flrst and Last W1ll and Testament of the Semor class of 1949 1n the manner followlng Fxrst We wlll and dlrect that all debts and funeral expenses be pald ln full Second WE LL TAKE THE REST WITH US We hereby appomt Mlss L1ll1an Anna Comar of Three Rlvers Hlgh School Three RIVGFS Mlchlgan by vlrtue of her esteemed servlces as sponsor of our most Worthy class executrlx of th1S our Fxrst and Last Wlll and Testament In testlmony whereof We have hereunto set our hands and seals and off1c1al deslgnatlons th1s tenth day of June ln the year of our Lord one thousand mne hundred and forty n1ne Pres1dent Secretary I W SEAL mf M SEAL Vlce Pres1dent Treasurer We hereby attest that the foregomg mstrument was at the date hereof 1n our presence slgned sealed and declared by the Class of 1949 the above named testator to be 1ts Flrst and Last Wlll and Testament and we not belng mterested thereln have at 1tS request and IH 1tS presence and ln the presence of each other slgned our names as wltnesses theleto th1s tenth day of June 1949 SEAL E 9 Ani! LQQLQV! SEAL J umor Class P dent Sophomore Class Pres1dent Z7 t O ' I Y . 9 T 1 1 1 1 ' 1 Y 9 Y , - 1 1 1 , I . ll 1 ll ' I . . .. . . I . , 1 1 . Y .. . . 7 - - - - - - - - .,...r - - SEAL . 1 V ---- 1""""" """"' ...... ,p:.. .... ,--.,.... ' . . , A ,, U Y I . y , - , . ,. , ' 1 ' , , v',- .,u. 3--'l':-. x-fra... rv ,9 ..-.,,.,,' Terrific THE TRIPPLE RIPPLE DAILY Editor-in-Chief ...... ....,..............Charles Krull Society Editor ....... , ....,........... . .Eleanor Munk Sports Editor ....... Copyreader ......,... Photographer .....,.. Reporters ............ ...........,......Ronald Vignon ..,....,....,....Marian McCale Johnson .... . llonna Wright, Helen Gehrig Who's the Mystery Man? Tune in to the Poe Studios, 2,000 on your dial. Guess the man and win 5.10 Joan Smith, announcer Ye Olde Tea Shoppe "Come in and Enjoy Prohibition" Proprietors MARY HARDER RICHARD WORIJELMAN New Interior Decorating Come in and choose your heliocopter seat covers. HENDRICKS-PERRY STUDIO Television Get On the Air! Radio . . . Stage Actors, Comedians thoroughly trained and presented by HAROLD BURGERT at the Frederick Academy Is Your Poochie Ill? Bring him to Doctor Buckhold's tiny pet hospital. Assistant-Betty Hughes B and B and C Inc 71 West 45th Street NYC NX ill Sell at Public Auction Sunday Monday and Tuesday Bottled Atomic Molecules for use in the home Wanted"' Man with 310 000 and a S60 000 Life Insurance Policy Obgect Matrimony Write Miss Mildred Bingaman MENS Y M C A Miami Florida Airline Co Try us for quick and speedy service Vaughn Miller Manager Phyllis Mohney Head Stewaides Now Playing at the Buel Theater in Downtown T R The Sea Dog starring Richard Fife and lovely Alice Wing .11 h IS HERE' ee this new modern speedster at the Hinckley Ruggles New Car Dealers Want a Million Dollars See Sue Bernhardt because s e wants it too ?-2.39 Need a Good Foundation? See us for the latest in 5 6 and 7 way stretches COOK S APPAREL STORE Head sales clerks Bonita Forrest Marilyn Milhollin Weather Report June 1969 Friday Clear and warm sunshiny Western Mich Fine day to fishing Come In and Be Analyzed" I can tell you the cure for your mental illness Write or phone ALICE ABSHIRE Padded Cell 14 Now Being Erected James Gage Memorial Hospital Hosgntal Staff Gertrude Kongstexdt Harriet Mohney Marene Drake Loretta Welty Nurse Nurse Nurse Nur e Corinne Nash Dietlcian Joan Oir Public Health Nurse , 1 Come in and have your pet animal stuffed' Call Peter Dickie or Bob Roush at Valley Two 6150 SOUTH AFRICA II t . 'N a e I v , 1 . 1 h I . i . C I ' ' 1 ' I U 3 0. . . ' ' . ' ' ' I M V e , -:A e . ' 5 h - ' T - rf- C if ,Y I . . . S ' Y . . .I X ua ' f, A ' .: 'Y go 4 ' ' . Hilltop Region, Kalamazoo, Mich. , I . I I i I IS YOUR CHILD MENTALLY RETARDED' Call Peter Frey Private Tutor for chxldren slx months to two years Panda, Daffodxll and Dandelions afe awaxtmg you at the BAKER-GARLAND FLORIST SHOPPE Choose your pam from ue Need Zip? Change at 0ll? New Jet Engine? Drive Your Car to LIEBIANS NEW UNDERGROUND SERVICE STATION Want to go somewhere ll a hurry' Call 66-B2, Bangeley lllne, and Bnylogles Taxi Cab wall take you anywhere within 50 cet. The new mxraele cheese, only S1 00 an ounce Serve on soggy crackers or moldy bread Fmd thu bargam at Luke Ash's store. Pewwwwww was mvented by Charles Weidman ns collmgue xs Calvm Rxce ColnetoAhskal 'Freeze and Be Happy-" Wnte the following for instructions Harold Schultz Jacob Killer Mildred Procter LeRoy Case KETCHICAN ALASKA C,H,V,X o L.18' Decipher thu formula and you you have s chance of hecommg as- sistant to the renown sclentxst Ruth Beach Fhshll' job glven to that young Doctor lrwlnfrom Flandersfield Get m your Supersonxc plane, housewxfe, and come to the Kleenex Fashion show at the Comer thee lodel housewives will show the latest uses for Kleazex ln the home. Roseland Wnght lane Stevens Josephine Shumway Barbara Hsemstra Sally Gale Eleanor Hunk Nonne Cleland fllllldlll namel Used Car for Sale Practxcally new-only 20 yrs. old 1949 model selling at reduced rate ol 86000 This does not mclude such luxuries as steering wheel or brakes. Call 000 or wrl DAVID McKEE Plot 80, 5th Ward Triple Ripple Want to Be a Champion Swlmmer? Jom the new class of begmners under direction ol lisa Charlene Butler Members enrolled Joyce Fxtzgerrel Marlene Davxs Join the Union!! Hurry, hurry Join the Bobby Pm Umonl Stand up for your bobby pms, Women of Amerxca Leaders Joye Hoekmsma Donna Stutesman Glenn Ellyn Williams Employ Us We'll lean on your shovels or shoot the breese wnth our fellow WIICI1. We have three husbands to support. HELEN GERRIG or ISABELLA HOUZE 88 Blues St. N Y C BATON TWIRLING Taught at reasonable rate S5 00 per mxnute Dale Fitch Clue! Instructor Pupil enrolled Wilhe Oswalt I Look at the Birdie! Have your handsome or heautxful feature placed on life-lastmg fxlm. THE WARREN MEYER STUDIOS lodal-Violet Hotline Quxet Efficient Servxce Come and enJoy our pleasant atmosphere We carry the latest lee of ' Beauty Rest Camages sue 5 to 6 5 BRUNDIGE.. and SOULE Mortxcxans Avenue 'W . 1 . l , ' I . I 1 PE l H. . . . ' I I' . - . V 1 ' . ' ' D te . lt has been deeiphered and the . . ur. 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I 1 In I' ' ,n ' 1' Mary Abslnre Irv1n Forrest Patr1c1a Payne Barbara Parham Trudy Franklln Wendell Searer Iohn W1ttenberg Sybert Crose Olive Stuebgen Novella Tessln David M1ller Theodore Babcock Pandora D1ck1e Peter Sangall1 Kexmeth Ruggles V1v1an H1eronymus Alfred Da1ley Betty Holmes Iames Bernhardt Leo Handley Iean Flack Yvonne W1ttenberg Stephen Black Gordon Slllit Stanley Thompson Ieanxune Sohrt Lo1s Seitz Phylhs Tracy Peter Frey Kenneth Musser PRCDPHETS PAGE AS THEY SEE Beauty Operator Lawyer S1nger Dramatlc Teacher L1ngu1st Doctor Photographer Pro football Stenographer Nurse Journalist Farmer Soc1a1 Worker Football Photographer Seamstress Engmeer Pohcewoman Chem1cal Engmeer MD Ch1ef Telephone Operator Spec1ahzed nurs1ng Detect1ve Civll Engxneer Arclfutect Archeo1og1st Nurse Occupat1onal Therapy Farmer Farmer AS WE SEE IT Featured smger over C B S on "L1fe Can Be Ghastly' Basketball star of the Red Heads a women s basketball team Top model of Madame Sevall's Salon 1n France Head chorus g1rl of 1969 Zzegfleld Foll1es Excluslve des1gner of men s evemng apparel Barker and substltute daredevll rlder of the Searer Carmval, Inc Health Teacher for two year olds "Dunk m1lk and grow strong' IS h1s motto Head professor of Vassar Chief pohcewoman for Chlcago pohce department Owner of the 'pearl d1ver" establishment on a South Sea Island Master of ceremomes at Lefty's D1ve, 81st St , San Franc1sco Dr T E11 Babcock, Veterlnarlan "K1ll em or cure 'em IS h1s motto Voted woman of the year by the lead1ng men of Amer1ca Replaced John Garfleld as leadmg movle actor of the year T1ght rope walker of Rlngllng Bros C1rcus Creator of the L1 lStare for women. Bouncer at Club 66 ln Clucago W1nner of 1969 All Amerlcan Woman Athlete Trophy Manager of the exclus1ve Blueroom' 1n New York Permanent Judge of M1ss Amer1ca contest New star dlscovery by Howard Hughes in 'My Dest1ny" Lead1ng astronomer at Mount Palomar, Calif Owner of Moorepark Grocery Store, 'Always ready for servlcel' Inventor of mathemaucal wlzard tells for tunes, ages, spans of l1fe Creator of L11 Babe", child of L11 Abner and Da1sy Mae Dean of Women at Harvard Famous woman sculptor, creator of Adumbo, a modern man W1nner of polse, personahty, and dependabihty contest for 20th consecutwe year at Detro1t W1nner of the annual "Qulx1e' prize for com pos1ng the song "R.1d1Ilg On The Range' or Des1gner of the "Superson1c XX', havmg a speed of 500 mlles faster than sound IT ' J D . . . . . , . I. . . . . . v , ,, . . . Ruth Gaskell Music Director Founder of foundling home for forgotten infants. . . . , ' ., . . . , S . . . . a o 4 a .7 1 . u, 1 I K Ck ,JJ uff W G I 'Fx I 3 I CLASSES -S , 144144 , S " - - xxxx 5 .fy ff v4'J'a" ' ' It 'I I , ' ' I . . ' 421-14: f' 'S it Q' x? 5 r ? 1:13 . f 1, I S' 5? 'E' A H322 9 0 "1 :T-T ' z C9 -1. 'rg I 'L -a,. '4 nj. 111 dll: M oo 1 4- N -' " -'6 In I ' . W URS aff Q K, I ?!f' ,155 If f RA ,t ' X I I I , A mfr" if 3" f f 4' x xff - J K , S if fldx , lj me 1 TRAIL BLAZERS Anna Mane Breyfogle treasurerg Ruth Wahlstrom, vice presidentg Miss Magner, sponsor Rosemary Berger secretary Stephen Shafer, president. . . . , . - I - , . - 9 ' . I ' - , . . 7 0 I. ' , 0 a 8 Z , . v S 1 ' . l 0 , n . .U ' Y - 1 1 i , , . . , . . , . ' Cl ' ' fl 7 i In our Jumor year the class of 1950 com pleted many proJects some of whlch were a post game dance selllng refreshments at foot ball games and choosmg our class rmgs We wrote the weekly school paper gave the J umor Semor Prom and presented a class play We were represented on the athletxc teams thxs year by Bob Burns Bull Crego Corky Crose Alan Petersen and Walt Rogers ln foot ball Roger Mitchell Walt Relck and Bill Crego m basketball Bruno Masnarl in golf and sev eral on the track team There was a large number of students from the class of 50 on the honor roll our scholars being Mary Elma beth Smxth Anna Mane Breyfogle Jacqueline DeLong Mar3or1eKlmgel Anne LeMense Steve Shafer Mary Karstetter and Kzppy Voorhees 'Ihe Junior class play was presented on April 6 and the Junior-Senlor Prom whxch had for lts theme The Arabian Nxghts was held May 27 Ably advxsed by Mlss Magner we can look back w1th prlde and satlsfactxon on our year as the Jumor class F565 1 wma, hrs! row Lorrame Clausen ac uelrne DeLon Naomi Case Joan frearhart blorra Gearhart Norma Bradford Betty Posdxck Manta Bernhard! Louise Hendrrc s ary Ahce vans becond row janet Breeee Joyce Haines Betty Brooks janet Hughey Martha Hoalt Dolores Detwrler Murxel Prrtsche 'Jorma ,lean Lasselman Brllre Darley 'lhlrd row Henrretta Berg Rosemary Berger Anna Marne Breyfogle Joyce Earl Barbara Cooper Joan Doremus Ioyce Hobart Joyce Ford Janet Hansen Boyd Hartman I-ourth row Lrlbeh Jackson Glenn Glessner Bob bottschalk jack Bonerrght lom brrffrth Eddre Evans Wood Byers lNorman Haas I-rlth row Raymond Prler Bull Baum, Eugene Henry Bob Burns Brll Cr go Lorwrn Crose Dwrght Donmyer ed Daniels Ken Houlds worth Doug Babcock Rrchard Boyer l lfrrst row Wrllard Tase Junior Mrller Rrchard Muller Duck Roberts DeRoxce Mrnnrear Ierry Lott Don Schall Steve Shafer Doug Strterer Norman Roush Roger Mrtchell Walter Rogers Second row Shrrlex bchaub Marx Jean Shawl Mary Io McCullough Alrce Xandemkeel Barbara lang -Xrden Keyes Ruth Llrxch ,loan hnapp Esther Todd Bonrne Mader Marjorre lxarser Maxrne NN agner Thrrd row -Xnne LeMense Mary Lee Mover Martha Ann Lotty Iaret Mu-,ser Martha Stanard Beth Tomhnson Marrlee lxerr harhryn frnnn Honore Reardon lar Muller Marrlyn Mclxee Donna klrne janet Selby I-ourth row Luanne Wlnre Marx Eluabeth bmrlh -Kda Cray Rockwell Myreta Mrlk Barbara Nelson Darlene Rrce Rebecca Stute man Ruth Mahlstrom Marx Rarsterrer Margre lklrngel anet Ruzgs lxrpp-. Xoorhees l-rfrh ron Ronald Wolf Xllan hnexels Rabert lmbenhaur ames Regan Drake Vlard Bruno Masnarr Dean Myers VN alter Rerck Harold Rrggs Xb ent Ironr rrctures lel Xnderson Lorlnre Porshex Ralph Hackenberg Mary Jane lxleer Ralph Love oy Nancy Monroe Donna Moore -Klan lereron lat y Roberts Leah Ruggles latncra Sas Robert Shumvnay Marne Srevens Mary lle btroup Robert Vlordelmarl 33 1,2 v .5 'r, :I - I E ' I . . . I - I I I 1 ' y ' r '- '- 1 1 A - - ' - ' . ' I 7 4 1 I V v 1 l r v - v ' - ,. ' ' ,. ' . ' ' ' . . ' . . - . ' Qi, 1. ' . . . , . ., - , I , r - , - r r , Y V I v ' I I I '5 I v - I 1 I A r v .' - v ' 1 y v . ' A , . . I ' ' ' . , . . . I 1 Y' , t I' 'P . I' . I , . , , , . I' , , I v 1 A v - ' r - A I r I ': . . . , . . y' , . ' , , . , I , . . , . , . . . ,. . I . ' . r - - ' 1 . ' . 1 -' . , , . ': , . I' ' , .I ' ' , . y' . 's, . , , A , :- M ' ,, ' . ' ' V - ' ' ' l l ' ' . - ' ' I - v 4 r - ' J r r . - v - r r . s 1 ' . sn: 1 ' , ' ' I', , . , ', . 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I ' PRCSPECTCRS if of-'W' k..,.,..,..-W k y AtPy de This year two of our class made the varsity in football Gerald Luz ader and Dick Verheul These boys made the reserves Dick Bogasch Kenneth Cox Jim Pauli Art Payne Neil Radar George Schoegl and Ray mond Underwood Three of our class were cheerleaders for the football and basketball reserve teams These three were Marilyn Stumpf Beverly Spade and Nancy Hendricks They did a good Job We sponsored an all school party on April 1 The members of our class to make the honor roll this year were: Margaret Buchan, Fern Fitzgerrel, Marlene Liby, Mary Ellen Lott, Pat Neff, Nelvina Parsons, Beverly Spade, Dick Verheul, Patsy Weidenbeck, and Lois Ann Williams. ,fame .xj I1 lwrst row Irma Smith Bessie Bell Betty Vlelburn Jane Lxerman Daisy Foghmo Fern Fntzgerrel Emma jean Cordola Jean Jeffers Martha Fox Margaret Buchan Second row Jack Miller Eleanor 'Nnchols oann Acker Barbara Rouse Margaret Granzotto Janet Brooks Betty Affhalter Forrest Shmgle decker Stanley Eaton Don Nichols Char es Ioveyoy 'llnrd row James Ktpker Dale Rnce Lewis hfer feorge Bell Duck Bogasch Ralph Vkachkolz Darwin Buckhold Regxnald VN rxght Dale Braxton Harold Turner Pourth row Blll Breyfogle Clifford Stntth Franklin Monroe Duck Neely Wnlllam bhumway l"rank Holtom John Bonebrxght Denms Black Ronald Rnopel Robert Bell l 4 hrst row Frances York Rusella Holm Louise Preston 'Nancy Peterson Elxzabeth Smagala ,loan Imsner Mary Ellen decker Laura Jean Nash Mary Slocum Ed VN ard Second row Nlarxlyn lxnxerxm Patsy Vynedenbeck Dorothy Snell Barbara Halferty Nancy Hendrmck Nfarxlyn Stumpf Thur row Niarcna Lett Lxllah Young ,loan Rogers Dorothy Kmg Nelvma Parsons Evelyn lxahler Suzanne Rowe lnderwood Mary hrull Eleanor Smlth Bull Soyme fourth row Tom McCoy nm Iauh ohn Hopkins Nell Rader Donald Rollnns feorge Schregl ferald Luzader Vhlham Roberts Loyd T omas hfth row Ronald Nhller Bob 'Slayer Harold Turner Wayne Nleckhng Ralph Wolfe Jack Vyorunger Robert Rxrler Qangalln Art layne lhclc Harden Nr! nn pncture Betty Ash Angelo Boggm anet Bradtord Ioan Brower james Cleland lowell Cole C mlyn Cosner Lott latsv Shmgle Betty hetrz Beyerly Ann Vhllxam Ruth Ramon lndcrvuooxl Dxck Verhuel jerry Nlarx frame I x lurtenbaugh Ann Gleason lhck Grosskunze Paulme lxeefer lraden lxuncltrt kenneth Nlelwxlle Ihxllxs Knlhollm Ntlunu larson Lleomnne Prxtchard Xnvnan W elch Glenn Shepard Roger Nlnchel Bourne lexus 35 1 . . 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'2 s, v y - , - v ' ' -- PICNEERS Risk W 12355151 W4 EWU Wg f W, -any 7' pred c Ge d lwdp de: M Bbua dur Nacyll secetay Jan Hady YCIUUYU We were proud of our cheerleaders Thls year ln the freshman class we had two young ladles who helped spark the team and llfe thelr moral at all tlmes These energet1c glrls Dorothy Hlce and Jackxe Elhott played an lmportant part ln the school athletic aCtlVlt18S L1ke most freshman classes we had our athletes In football there were twelve boys who recelved thelr letters In basketball we had four on the reserve team We had counted on sponsoring a dance th1s year but Mr Babula our class sponsor advxsed us not to because of the lack of experlence Fnrst row Patty Mitts Betty Lou Mohney Phyllls McCale Carole May Scott Shurley Perry Sally Ward Joan Wahlstrom Helen Smith June Westervelt Halene Wolcott Lots Ann Smxth Jerry Gaskell Gerald Blood Fred Granzotto Second row Janet Huber Erma Tase, Patsy Waddell une Blade Paulme Quake Betty Smdt Phyllis Warner Mary Lou Porter Sybella Parsons Cohleen Pnce Jo ce Muller Malon Geark ob Fredenck Thnrd row Pauhne Shook osahe Peters Lots Um nhaur Ahce Txmm Mary Van Selous Mane Vlestphal Patsy Struble Yvonne Rol lerson Joyce Regan Donald Ely Bruce Arney Duane nyder Fourth row Dwnght Smnth Jnmmy Znmmerman Alec Salvalaggno John Waddell Donald Van Loo Duane Lucas Duane Wmg John Ulrneh Guy Young Donald Jones Leland Bell Jerry Hagenbuch Flfth row Stanley Mechlmg Hubert Mohne Dou las Mohney Ross Tracy Jxm Stanard Dale Roberts Ivan huchols Duane Quake Jerry Penn Bnan Shark Delmer Wood obert merskx Mary Baker Loulse allnday Jo Ann Longacre Lmda Heckelman Delores Babcock Nancy Avery Second row Marlene Hulbert Lola DeLong Dolores Karstetter Edath Boles Jeanette Knapp Dorothy Bemngton Shannon Lucas Dons Khne Loretta Jackson Ella Arnold Elsne Arnold oyce Hull Barbara Bnnkman Vnola Flack Thnrd row Herbert Coates Glen Bendler Glen Huey don Case Betty Franklm Rosemary Favonte Jeanne Kendall Rosahe Frankhn Joanne Handy lwanka Marvm Jnmmy Eley Don Brown orman Brunner Fourth row Lawrence Fttch Wxlbur Eash Robert Lawrence oseph Halter Gard Dolph Bnlly Berg John Bloom Chester Bmgaman John Garland Duck Bell Ted Doane Martm Barth Allen nderson Fnftlltl :sow Charles Hicks Cecnl Haas Donald Jarratt Everett Johnson Donald Kline Dennis Flfe Norman Coler Kenneth Cox Jnmmy u Absent from pncture Margaret Akrngg Rolland Barnhart George Bell Irene Grunert horman lllhollm Robert Rlder Barbara Romxg Earl Rumley Sldney Wood Janet Zellalt Phxlnp Brown H - n w First row: Betty Faber, Loan Bell, Jackie Elliottl June'Blade, Barbara Buscher, Dorothy Hice. Evonne Knapp, Fae Ford, Joann Kauffman, 2 U' , -. ,J V . ', . , Ii A , I . . A . 37 ,-,-,,.,,,,-,,-. SCDUTS .. High School IS everything that people said lt would be The rhunes really enjoyed the change from ward school to high school It was very different During the first semester a total of nine l'hlIll8S made the honor roll They were Kathryn DeLong Robert Butler Nmo Masnan Maureen Mac Gowan Burnexce Wells Nan Olin Barbara Handley George Carter and Jim Wittenberg The boys had four basketball teams The captains were Jerry Mltchell Bill Walters Merrill Amnstrong and Llonel Walker The elghth grade girls were also mterested ln sports They too played basketball The I'hlI'll8S are very loyal rooters for Three Rivers High School in all sports Our class advisor thls year was Miss Wilcox me Olin, secrezaryg Mike Mapes, treasurerg Miss Wilcox, advisorg Nino Masnari, president: Jerry Mitchell, vice president C 1 s 0 Q I 0 . . . . . . . . . . . 9 1 9 ' - . 3 ! D ! Y 0 1 7 1 ' - v 1 . . on ' ""' 1 vf Frrst row Marilyn Collins 0311 Khne Jean Ann Lewis Ann Lamb Barbara Edson Shirley Gottlieb Sandra Gearharl Ruth Buel Pat Haines Barbara Holmes etty Irwin Arlene Halliday Harriet Eaton Second row Ruby Calvert Katherine Debon Frances Fuller Barbara Handley Janet Houldsworth Carol Hackenburg Carol Henderson Nora Evans Maryllllen Love oy Shnrley arratt Karen Bramer Manlyn Kongstvedt Tlurd row Duck Klme Paul A ams George Carter Donald Houseworth Bull rederlck WValter Holm Donald Bent Lynn Herschleb Norman Emmons Lyle Fer son Donald Mohney Bob Kxpker Donald Manner Fourth row Fntz Hagerman Jrck Hacks Merrill Armstrong Roger Decker Walter Curtxs Gerald Bradford Bert Fosdxck Jlm Cushmg Ronnie Morse Rnchard Jones Charles Chrrsman John Lott Gordon Knauss Fxfxh row Jerry Earl Gerald Henke Robert Butler John Gearhart Denms Houghtalmg Don Boudeman Russel Breyfogle Earl Ford Bull 'Hopkins Warren Alexander Russel Dodge Dwayne Donmyer harles Lrlhe Fnrst row Carolyn Wnble eanmne Ruple une McKee Bi1rne1ceWells Maureen MacGowan Donna ean Searles Shenl Sass Barbara McCale Shnrley Reams ndra Mayer IN-an Ohn S lvxa Tomlinson Sherry Sue McCullough Grace nderwood Donna Manner Second row Clara Muller Sandra Palmer Loxs Rug s an Wenandt Katherlne Huber Daisy WIICYI Jane Ann McCosh Becky Porter Shernl Muller Lorna Rouse Dawn Pendleton leraldme Thomas Thnrd row Johnn Stuckler Lavergne Smnth Bull Mader Roger Wolf Bob Moyle Duck Shutes Gary Wilson Nmo Masnan Frank Meyers Bull Ruggles ary Orr Ramon lasco lmnel Walker Jam Roberts lfnurth row Eugene Marvxn Paul Maller Rolland Nnchols Jam lhmeuberg Jerry Wnght James Xhlhn Charles Stnll Ted Patterson Verlynn Reed Jack Matthews Charles Welburn Ernc Rhodes Bull Vlalter Make lapel. 9 . 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I 5 ' i I SA Q 1, Q ' I I X MARCHING BAN D The Three Rlvers All Boys Marchlng Band started the season by appearmg at Decatur Mxchlgan for Edgar Bergen s homecom We went to the St Joseph County Faxr at Centerv1lle and the Annual Grape Festlval at Paw Paw and took part 1n the actxvxtxes When football season opened we were really busy preparlng a dxfferent performance for each game The Marchmg Festxval at Benton Harbor came upon us before we reallzed It wh1ch meant we had llttle tlme for preparatlon We were very proud and pleased when we recelved the hlghest ratlng of any group m our class Our partlclpaflon ln the Holla d Tuhp Festwal and the n Memorlal Day P a r a d e completed our act1v1t1es for the year Much credlt 1S due Mr Van Sluyters for hxs dlrectxon and Dale Fltch for hxs leadershlp . . . , 1 1 ' lllg. 9 . 4 h p 1 l l CCN CERT BAN MDW T H M by ged ud J ere 6'W W nts F6 nd pa ba rty-four boys 1n UWM 'WW ere were thirteen g r s and fo N 3 ege d etta ye S th and B ert OHC ups semb e gro GD OUT f ta a pub c rec gave We ZS e year w H1 Of SOO s year we OUSG C +2 twenty-e ght and ensemb es ensemb es 0 tr ct Fest va s - f fteen so os J: concert band the of rout ne SU3 3-1 an ense had to t k t SH an ch Y e 'U U w.C C n th s ense S 5 JZ .S P1 P+.: 5375 3.x UT SUCCESS ters 'ly 3 O taf 3 T601 presente VVC angor B at gram F0 D MQ QRCHESTRA JUNIQR BAND 46 1 0 1 t ?:,5lt"2:1 1 l I 1 'Vx 'LY qi ,- .2 , 'Lu 1 , .,,,,,. 4 I a 1 ,--,,GlRLREERVE , r First row Iwovella Tessm Loxs Seitz Yvonne Wittenberg Donna Wright Vivian Hieronymus Alice Abshlre Barbara Parham Pat Payne Jean Hack Jeannine Sohrl Second Row Marilyn Milhollm Virginia Frederick Betty Holmes Betty Hughes Charlme Butler Bonita Forrest Mary Harder Phyllis Trac D nna Stute n C N h o sma ormne as Third Rfzw Phyllis Mohney Barbara Hendricks Gertrude Kongstvedt Mildred Bmgaman Sally Gale Sue Bernhardt Evangeline Breyfogle 'Irudy Frankm Joyce Fitzgerrel Loretta Welty Fourth Row Joan Orr Pan Dickie Ruth Gaskell Harriet Mohney Isabella Houze Martha Garland Mildred Proctor Alice Wing Olive Stuebgen Marene Drake One hundred and three girls made the Girl Reserves one of the largest and most popular clubs in the school At the first meeting the boys, with Polly Perfect as presiding offxcer, interpreted and 8CtlVltl8S At the mformal lDltl8fl0Il sixty-eight new girls appeared in various costumes mterpretmg the approprlate dress for the house is on fire, an Alcatraz inmate, hang mg wall paper, and many others Long dresses and best behavior made their appearance at the formal initiation In the audxtorlum, beautifully decorated with candles and chrysanthemums we received our Junior and senior pms The impressive ceremony was followed by a reception for the mothers in the gymnasium The Blue Jean Round Up was a rowdy affair with plaid shxrts, buttons and bows, and cap pistols Everyone danced and sang in western style, and even the turkey had fun The Chnstmas season found us busy trunmxng the tree in the auditorium and decklng the halls with pine boughl and red bow We kept the true pint of Christmas by sponsoring our annual Chapel program. Everyone danced to the music of Bob and Jerrys Or chestra at our party after the Niles has ektball game The 'Man I Love," the dedication dance to the boys in Three Rivers High was given at the Top Hat Club, the boys received shmoos' as good luck tokens from the girls We were guided throughout the year by our sponsors, Miss Gibson and Mrs Halverson DOMIH Stutesman secretary Phyllis Tracy vicefresndent Viv ian Hneronymus president Xvonue Wittenberg trca urer 48 zw- 1 . U V Q , P1 W Y 2 . A L 'ff ' A M ' N Q A , p M' Z ,T i Q, ' - 1 1 o ' y . y ,Q A X Y I I 5 ' I . . , . . . . . S their idea of a "typical" girls' meeting and launched the club into a full year of fun ' l . . . , ff ' Q - 44 1 ' . . I S , V- ' V u ' 3 " . . . ,...l.......-.m.... Iurst Row Manlyn Poe Pat Cook Barbara Hnemstra Helen Gehng Marjorie Baker Joye Hoekzema Donna Kauffman Ada Gay Rockwell Betty Brooks Mary Jo McCullough Donna Moore Bonme Mader Second Row Hennetta Berg Maxme Wagner Glona Gearhart Luanne White Delores Detwnler Lons Furtenbaugh Pat Muller Manlyn McKee Joyce Earl Lorralne Clausen Honore Reardon Marjorxe Kaiser Thrrd Row Anna Mane Breyfogle Rebecca Stutesman anet Rxggs Kxppy Voorhees Mary Lee Moyer Myreta Mllks Rosemary Berger Joyce Hobart Ruth Wahlstrom Shirley Schaub Betty osdlck Mary Jean Shawl Barbara Nelson Fourth Row Joan Gearhart Betty Tomhnson Lounse Hendncks Martha Stanar Ahce VanderWeel Arden Keyes Barbara Lang Myreta Bernhard! Janet Selby anet Musser Norma Bradford Fifth Row Marllee Kerr oyce Ford Martha Lot! Mary Evans Joan Doremus Muriel Frxtsche Lydia DalPonte Joyce Hames Betsy Smith Mary lxarstetter ff? it iw 114' 'L are V, 4 r fm Q-q .a Janet Hansen Anne LeMense Mary Alice vi ,442 49 5: 1 , 4 ,L 'L l 47 5 A F ,f a .,z, " J" V ft l fy . ' S - .fs A K X K . rwfyglf X ,mmf ' ' N J I X A' - A ,,x ' l A 2A , ,- ,, X 'AZT' ' 'J al' wi 9' .fu A A ji . ' K 1 xi lf ,, l PANISH CLUB.. - if Ill Pu-st row Mazrcxac ffett Ehzabeth Smagala Mary Ellen Lott Kxppy Voorhees Evangeline Breyfogle Mrs Blum joan Orr Donna Stutes man Ruth as e Seccgxd row Myreta Mxlks Rebecca Stutesman Pat Wendenbeck Fern Fntzgerrel Ann Wnlhams Nancy Hendrxcks janet Musser Joan YOWCI' Thnrd row Martha Garland Martha Stanard Jackxe DeLong Trudy Franklin Pan Dxclne jean Jeffers Janet Hansen Anne LeMensr Fourth row Dave Muller Steve Shafer Dwxght Donmyer Rxchard Miller Ronald Vngnon Fnrst row Irma Smith Janet Breece Maxine Wagner Miss Avery Mass Bautel Henrietta Berg oanne Rogers Qeccigdbzow Larolwn Cosner Laura Nash Patsy Struble Roseland Breece Betty Lou Mohney oAnn Longacre Lmda Heckelman Janet u r Thxrd row Ladora Wxlhams Bessxe Bell Mary Krull Mnldred Bxngaman Lounse Preston Halene Wolcott Loss Smith Jane Lnerman 'Vet ln plcture Mary Abshxre Betty Holmes 50 - 1 n , ' 7 qi, , k S: Y -A Z x . n . 1 - l ' v l y - v n ' 7 I ' . . . - 1 v . 3 ' f 1 , 1 v I n f I I ' V I V ' Y l i I I I 1 0 -'9 Mary Elxzabeth Smith. 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IUNICDR REFLECTCDR 1 '1 l 1 First row Mary o McCullough Anna Marne Breyfogle Joyce Hobart Mary Karstetter Margie Klmgel Patsy Roberts Betty Fosdrck Bonnie Mader arxlyn McKee Second row Wxlla Ruth Wahlstrom Rosemary Berger Ioyce Ford Anne LeMense Mary Smrth Luanne Whxte Ada Gay Rockwell Pat Mxller Third row Alice Vzmderweel Barbara Lang Martha Standard Jacquelyn DeLong Myreta Mllks Lourse Hendricks Lydna DalPonte Constance Forshe Y Fough Low Janet Musser Shnrley Schaub Barbara 'Velson Glen Glessner Robert Lmbenhaur Boyd Hartman Stephen Shafer Joan ear art As a weekly feature xt 18 one of the dutxes of the Jumor Class to compxle and edxt the school newspaper called the Jumor Reflector Thls consxsts of a page publrshed an the Three Rxvers Commercxal on Saturday Much work Furs! row Kr py Voorhees erry Lott Mxss Metzger Bull Baum Raymond 1-:fer Second row anet Rmggs ebecca Stutesman Marxlie Kerr Martha Ann Lott IS requlred not only by the edxtors and ad vxsor but also by the reporters who each week wrxte an artlcle for publlcatron The edltors proof read the matenal and have rt typed by the second year typlng students under the able dlrectlon of MISS Vrancxc The typxsts should recelve much recogmtlon and praxse for decxphermg the handwrltxng of the varrous reporters Head lmes are then attached and the fxmshed copy IS sent to the Commercxal Mxss Metzger has gnven freely of her txme and experxence to ard the Jumors ln producmg good news storxes Whxle she was 111 last fall Mrs Balch dxd an admlr able Job helpmg the staff 1n lts work The staff has done a splendld Job m formmg the student body, alumm, and com mumty of Three Rlvers about general news of school and the latest gossxp They would llke to thank the Three Rrvers Commerclal, the Commercxal Department of the high school, and the student body for the co operatlon they have recexved 51 .1 , . 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' , Y ' 1 I A I I I I 1 . : I I 0 ' ' VARSITY CLUB ' Pb Fxrst row Sybert Crose Perry Ballet Coach Pellegrom, Mr Blank Mr Watson, Mr Babula Wxllle Oswalt, Stanley Thompson Second row Peter Dlckxe Charles Weldman Steve Black Dave McKee Jxm Bernhardt Les Buchan Bruno Masnarl Thlrd row Ted Babcock Pete Sangalh Leo Handley Bob Roush Bob Burns Corky Crose Alfred Dalley Fourth row Roger Mltchell Elwm Ruggles B111 Crego Jerry Luzader Eddle Evans LeRoy Case The Varsxty Club IS made up of boys who have recexved membershlp by eammg at least one varslty award Our act1v1t1es conslst of a Dads Night, a Parents Nlght and a post game dance, whlch thls year followed the last home basketball game We took great prlde m our regular varsity meetmgs whlch were held once a month These meetmgs were characterxzed by a potluck supper, a short bus mess meetmg and m conclusxon the club sang those old, old songs we all love to smg We consxder our success this year was due to our club director, a flne fellow to have around, Coach Pellegrom. 52. 5 uxulltuulllfff, 5'Nr'N.f5, .Tuff '6 Q nvllllvf 'J ix? -,-,ff 'V la , l Al, 'H Zio? 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X f 9 g X ' - 5 GIRL P RT 69 00 Frrst row Barbara Buscher Iackre Ellrot Joan Gearhart Manlyn McKee secretar Betty Holmes resrdent Mrss Murrell advlser Doroth Snell vrce presr ent Mar Karstetter treasurer Mary Jane Slocum une Blade June estervelt Dorothy Hlce Dolores Babcoc Lots Umbenhaur Betty aber Second row Lons Smrth Irma Smxth o Ann bongacre Lmda Heckelman Phyllrs McCale Eleanor Smith Daisy Foghrno Betty Aff halter Dons Klme Betty Welburn arbara Roma Shannon Lucas Maryhelen Perry Mary Jo McCullou h Thrrd row Betty Smdt Phyllrs Warner Sally Ward anet Brooks Marilyn Mrlhollm Pat Sass Elrzabeth magala Mary Frame Mary Ellen Lott Anna Mane Breyfogle Krppy Voorhees Pat Miller Dolores Karstetter Shirley Perry Fourth Row Ruth Underwood Faye Ford Nancy Hendncks Emma Jean Cordola Manlee Kerr Loulse Hendrrcks Betty Tomlnnson Brllne Darley oan Smrth Martha Lott Joan Bell Fifth row Novela Tessnn o Ann Doremus oyce Ford Pat Waddell Betty Brooks Ada Rockwell Joyce Harnes Loretta Jackson Patty Mrtts Donna Moore Mary Alice Evans etty Sextz Beverly Spade. The Glrl Sports had an actxve year Our basketball team played several out-of town teams-Sturgis School craft, Constantme, and Centervllle We also partlclpated ln such sports as volley ball, track, and bowlmg Our Club promotes mterest ln the varrous sports by lssumg awards for ablhty The types of awards- monograms, letters, and pms-are secured on the basxs of pomts eamed In addxtlon to monthly partles and dmners, we sponsored a post game dance and an all school party We also sponsored a basketball game ln whxch a glrls team, Famous Red Heads, played one of the town s men s teams Through the cooperation of the officers and advlser, lt was another year of good fellowship and fun 53 8 9 L S Xl! Y , ' , . :i -' -- -J G. , y Q. ' , if: . 'xxI. 1 . ." . : V yz- Q ,V lv' V ,.?'r . v ! 1 ' -I ,D - I , . , ' -"-"-'LIBRARY STAFF """""'-' Lg eyglep y det e TIIIS year has been full of mterestlng tlmes for all of us on the Llbrary Staff We started out 1n the fall w1th our get acqualnted party at which we had lots of fun seelng the old staff members and meetmg the new ones Dur1ng the course of the year we had a Christmas party a Valentlne party and an Easter party The last get together we had was a p1cn1c and sw1m at Flsher Lake In October we entertamed elghteen students from the Plalnwell L1 brary Staff later 1n the year we v1s1ted them We exchanged many good 1Ck8S on how to run a school library properly Our motto this year was A good book IS the best of frlends the same today and forever We tried to help students reahze th1s as we helped them 1n the1r book selectlons We all had our dutles whlch had to be done However wlth Mrs Han cocks help and everyone doing h1s part our llbrary was a success I T ara an , secretaryg Evangeline Br lo . residentg Mrs. Hancock, adviserg .Mar Elizabeth Smith, vice-presi n 5 T d rerg Joye Hoekzema. Evelyn Westphal, Delores Karstetter, Edith Boles, Fern Fitzgerrel, Mary Ellen Lott. ' r 9 J v v . . . . , 7 I ' . U . . 9 n - ' ' ' - 9 . , . ' , . . . , . DU TRIAL ARTS CLUB hrs! row Dale Race Pranklm Monroe Vhlham bhumwaw Lowell Cole Forrest Shmgledecker lete Frey VVlllard Tase Drake Ward Tom Grlfflth Bob Umbenhaur Kenneth Melville Second row Lowell Ha ennan Denms Black Delwm lluckholrl Rnchard lie Robert Maxler Harold Burgert Ronald Vlgnon Eddie Evans john Ponebrlg t jack Bonebruzht jumor Muller Third row Angelo Boggxo Ted Daniels john Xhttenberg he-nl Rader Douglas Babcock Stanley Izaton David Payton Harold Rxggs Walt Rogers Leslxe Anderson Fourth row Jim Gage Donald Brown Ramon Lnderwood Bull Swine Lharles lovejoy Robert Shumway Frank Holtom Glen Glasner Bbbtthlkblbetjk 0 0 SC 3 l I' ac SOII Fifth Row Charles Hicks Gllbert Smith Dlck Grosskunze Duck Wordelman Vaughn Muller kenneth Musser james Clelland George Soule Clxfford Buel Vlalter Renck The Industrlal Arts Club IS made up of boys IH Three RIVCFS Hlgh School who are enrolled ln one or more classes ln our Industrlal Arts and Vocatxonal Department The club was organlzed m 1923 and at that tlme had a membershxp of ten boys Mr Emery Smlth the club s only llfe member, was lts sponsor at that tlme Thxs year the club has a membershlp of seventy f1Ve boys The prmclpal actlvltles of the club are lts annual 1n1t1at1on, Chrlstmas banquet, sprmg plc n1c, all school party, lnsurance program, and factory v1s1tat1on The frlendly relatlonshlp and coopera t1on enjoyed by the members 1n promotlng the above act1V1t1es 1S a fme example of the club sp1r1t wh1ch prevalls among 1ts members Advxsors Mr Bent Mr Handley Mr Lasko Offxcers Rxchard Fate Alan Peterson Al Darley Charles Knxll 55 K. k if A ll 2. -' - f ' . , 1 s 1 I l Cz ' Q , 'm 3 W y :V A .. . , . . .. . . q . . , . - 1 , b l . 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I 5 l l 1 I A , HIY I 1 3 Furs! row Duck Verhuel Steve Black Pete Dxckxe secretary Mr Stutesman club sponsor Ted Babcock vnce president Leo Handley treasurer Bob Mayer Second row Dale Braxton I oyd Thomas Boyd Hartman Jack Bonebrlght john Boncbnght Richard Mxller Reg Wright George Bell Thnrd row Bob Burns, Dave Hinckley DeRoyce Mmmear Jerry Lott Wlllxe Oswalt jam Iaulr Fourth row Jerry lrwm Sybert Crose Bob Roush Pete angalh Doug Stxteler Don Schall Steve Shafer Norman Roush Absent from pncture Luther Ash president The H1 Y Club started lts many actlvltxes this year by sellmg stream ers and programs at the football games ID the fall We attended the d1StI'1Ct meetmg at Nxles and had one of the largest representatxons In Aprxl, we sponsored the annual spnng dxstrlct meetlng whlch was held ln our hxgh school We also sponsored an all school party The club llmlts ltself to thxrty flve members from the sophomore, Junior, and senior classes At graduatlon last year, we lost nearly half our members, so fourteen sophomores were 1n1t1ated We had a very nm presslve ceremony for the new members 56 .. -. - - - 1 1' , 1 . 1 - . 1 . .,. 1 1, 1 1 1 1 1 - . . . . . . 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The Senlor play dlrected by Mlss Comar was presented 1n the hlgh school audltorlum November 10 The plot of June Mad was 1ntr1gu1ng as well as lnterestlng The story concerns Penny Wood fJudy Fosterj and Chuck Harrls fHarold Schultzl the boy next door as they go about the dlfflcult but amuslng buslness of growlng up When Penny s Uncle Mervyn lR1chard Fxfel who IS f1ve years older than she brmgs Roger Van Vleck fWendell Searerb a semor home from college Penny forgets that she IS a man hater and develops a case of acute puppy love In her eager efforts to make herself attractlve to the fascinating Roger she dlscovers that ROg81 IS double crosslng Mervyn by trymg to steal his glrl Thls brmgs her back to normal and to Chuck Mr and Mrs Wood fJlITl Bernhardt and Allce Abshlrel are the kmd understandlng parents of Penny and stlck wlth her through thlCk and th1n Almost but not qulte part of the famlly are Effle CMary Harderj the maxd and Elmer Uohn W1ttenbergJ the h1red help These two helped to make the plot even merrler Mllly Lou KPan Dlckxeh the next door pest almost drlves Mervyn crazy by hangmg onto h1m J ul1e Harrls lRuth Gaskell! is the object of Rogers 1ntent1ons Mr Harrls Uerry Irw1nJ IS a mlsunderstood father who really loves h1S son Shlrley Went worth iTrudy Frankhnl and her brother Ralph fWarren Mayer! are teen age friends of the famlly ......-.IUNICDR PLAY, .. Th1s year under the capable d1rect1on of Mrs Grlfflths the Junlor Class presented the play A Date Wlth Judy by Aleen Leslle The play was about Judy Foster Mary Jean Shawl and her deslre to become the queen of a dance by selllng the most subscrlptlons to the Communlty Rehef Fund Her understandmg parents were played by Anne LeMense and Bob Burns whlle Steve Shafer portrayed her pesky llttle brother Randolph OOg19 Prlngle the man ln Judy s lxfe was portrayed by Don Schall and her two fr1ends Barbara and M1tZ1 were played by Rosemary Berger and Klppy Voorhees Hannah the mald who runs the Foster household was ducer was v1s1t1ng the Foster home he encountered a Mrs Hotchklss JoAnn Doremus and her daughter EIOISC Mary Jo McCullough who elocutes Mrs Shlutzhammer Janet Hansen adds to the h1lar1ty of the play and Rex 0Conner Raymond Fxfer and hls sxster SUS16 Anna Mar1e Breyfogle complete the cast Out of all the confuslon of trylng to ralse money for the Commumty Rehef Fund by enterlng all sorts of contests Judy fmally becomes Queen of the ball because the glrl who had been chosen for the queen became sxck Wlth the hlves Mary Elizabeth Bmith. While Mr. Martindale, Bill Baum, a Broadway pro- FACULTY PLAY J For about ten years the faculty of Three Rivers High School hasn t put on a play These plays were surely mlssed by the students and also by the public This year by popular request the faculty complied to the pub- hc s wishes and produced a highly successful play Arsemc and Old Lace on February 23 The production was under the capable direction of Miss Comar This famous comedy has been presented by some of the well known Broadway players The play IS centered around two eccentric and charm mg old ladies who fllled their cellar with the remains of their once very alive roomers. One brother, who imagined himself to be Teddy Roose- velt, lent many a chuckle to the audience and the older brother both sur prised and amused everyone who saw the play. The cast was excellently chosen and portrayed the parts admirably. The cast was as follows: Abby Brewster 1Kathryn Mardisl, The Rev. Dr. Harper CGuy Ringlel, Teddy Brewster fCharles Watsonl, Officer Brody fCarl Millardl, Officer Klein I Galen Meckl , Martha Brewster QAlma Wellsl, Elaine Harper QMary Reedl , Mortimer Brewster lCecil DeLongJ, Mr. Gibbs fEmerson Stutesmanl, Jona than Brewster QWalter Horstl, Dr. Einstein fJohn Babulal, Officer O'Hara Uohn MacGowanl, Lieutenant Rooney iLeo Handleyl, Mr. Witherspoon Uoseph Laskol 'N-ff 00009 bara Lang Directress Mrs Peters Judy Foster Joye Hoekzema Kippy Voorhees Dolores Detwiler Luanne White, Leah Ruggles Bonita Forrest Corrine Nash Second row Mary Jane Kleer Martha Stanard Alice VanderWeel Arden Keyes Jane Llerman Marilyn Kmerxm Pat Weidenbeck Barbara Hendricks Mary Harder Phyllis Tracy, Pat Neff Marcia Lett Alice Abshlre, Yvonne Wittenberg Pan Dickie Third row Marjorie Kaiser Billie Dailey Nancy Hendricks Elizabeth Smagala Mary Jane Slocum Eleanor Smith Laura Nash Janet Riggs Janet Hansen, Daisy Foghmo Sally Gale Donna Kauffman, Martha Hoak, Martha Garland Vivian Hieronymus Fourth row Joyce Earl Marilyn McKee Pat Miller Henrietta Berg Loretta Welty Pat Payne Donna Wright Trudy Franklin, Novella Tessm Barbara Parham Lois Seltz, Ada Rockwell Sue Bernhardt Louise Hendricks Ruth Gaskell This year the D S Club consisted of eighty girls which gave us the largest roll call in our history We had a very successful year under the direction of Mrs Rosann Peters In addition to our two concerts, we participated in several chapel services and sponsored an all school party which was great fun for all who were there Our annual Christmas program was very effective. Gowned in blue robes, we stood against a sparkling, deep blue background: colored lights, which played upon the stage gave the audience a beautiful and unusual picture. The Spring Concert was presented from a gay, gypsy camp. We were dressed in colorful costumes and sang rollicking, gypsy songs. Pan Dickie Yvonne Wittenberg, and Alice Abshire, the trio, had a busy year singing for many engagements. 60 Q 1 e'- x fzvia . .a 1 f A , 'U n First row: Jean Jeffers, Emma Jean Cordola, Joan Orr, Marene Drake, Mary Lee Moyer, Joan Doremus, Bar- I .' I . I I I I , , Q ' u 1 u I :J Y A , I , , 1 , s 1 , ' I . . I I I I 0 l , Q 1 u I 4 Q 1 . : I . I D I . I I I I I - I. I I , s . n a Q : I I . I I . I I I I . D I I I I I I . . . ' I I First Row June Blade Barbara Buscher Dorothy Hlce Evonne Knapp June McKee Marv Ellen Baker Mrs Peters Carol Scott Rosalxe Peters Edlth Boles Alxce Txmm Lons Umbenhaur JoAnn Longacre Pauline Shook Second row Delores Babcock Rosemary Favornte Betty Franklxn Phyllxs Warner Betty Smdt Shannon Lucas Sally Ward Joan Bell, Betty Faber Shlrley Perry Sherry Sue McCullough Jane Ann McCosh Sandra Palmer Barbara McCale Marlene Hllbert Third row Ruth Buel, Patrlcla. Hames Barbara Holmes Clara Mlller Maulyn Collms Joan Wahlstrom Nancy Marvin, Rosahe Franklm Barbara Handley, Nan Ohn Becky Porter Janet Houldsworth Carol Hackenberg Sherrll Miller Fourth row Louise Halllday, Kathryn DeLong Maureen MacGowan Helen Smxth Jackne Elllott Halene Wol cott Lois Smxth Donna Jean Searles Jeanmne Rupel Carohne Wlble Lorna Rouse Carol Henderson Mary Lou Porter Joan Kauffman Fifth row Lola DeLong Delores Karstetter Geraldme Thomas Daisy Waters, Lols Rmggs Mary Ellen Lovejoy Harriet Eaton Kathryn Zellak Grace Underwood, Sylvia Tomlmson Shirley Jarratt Francls Fuller Jean Ann Lewis, Ann Lamb, Sondra Mayer .T H S , composed of exghth and mnth grade glrls, IS formally referred to as the younger slsters of the D S Our work for the year conslsts mostly of learnlng the techmques of control, tone production, d1ct1on, blendmg, phrasmg, and shadlng These are requ1red to produce a better slnger We took part 1n the Chrlstmas and sprmg concerts We were asked to smg a number w1th the D S ln the sprlng concert We were alded 1n our accomplishments by our dlrector, Mrs. Peters, and accompanist Paulme Shook. 61 I o Ho -, . . . . . 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V ,,,, ,ya , if V A O fx , 1 I 'fs M, ,r A 8-65 , A f - 5' mga ,. ii ii ,?,f?,, .N v,g nf-' K 4 , A ,V VARSITY FCCDTBALL Fug raw Corky Crose Bob Burns Sybert Crose Walt Rogers Steve Black Jun Bernhardt Ted Babcock Wnllle Oswalt Pete Sangalll 0 ap tam Second row Duck Verhuel Jerry Lu ader LeRoy Case Eddne Evans Leo Handley Les Buchan Bull Crego Bob Roush Thxrd Row Pete Dnckle manager C K Watson reserve coach Alan Peterson Pete Frey Perry Ballet Al Darley Co Captam John Babula lme coach F R Pellegrom head coach The Three Rxvers Wlldcats this year may be rated as one of the best ln Three Rxvers hxstory The squad won slx, lost one to Buchanan, 7 6, and tled another powerful team, St Joseph 6-6 The grxdders set a new school scormg record of 141 polnts ln conference work plus 30 pomts m non conference competltlon for a total of 171 polnts to our opponents 71 pomts lncludlng' non-confer ence games The old school record was 114 but the 41 team allowed thelr opponents only 9 polnts The Wildcats, although placlng thlrd m then' own conference, scored VlCt0l'leS over co-cham p1on, Coldwater, and runner up Sturgls of the Twm Valley Conference Thxs year the Wlldcats placed four men on the all-conference squad Co-Captam Al Dailey guard and CoCapta1n Pete Sangalll fullback, were unammous choices of all the coaches Thls was thelr second year on the squad The other two to make the squad were Ted Babcock, end, and Leo Handley quarterback both semors Dalley, Sangalll, and Babcock were also mentloned on the Detrolt Free Press All State Team Wlllle Oswalt, halfback, and Leo Handley were tied for hlghest lIldlVldll3l scoring m the con ference BIG SEVEN STANDINGS S C 0 R E S Team Buchanan Three Rlvers State Hlgh South Haven Dowaglac Nlles Pc Pts Opp 4 Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Rlvers Rxvers RIVBFS Rlvers Rxvers RIVETS Rxvers Coldwater St Joseph State Hlgh South Haven Buchanan Sturg1s N1les ' Y . 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Q 5 EM, , -v 6 Q 5 Q, , ,. f1- f- ,J X gl uv 2 SQL -:all E ERVE FCQTBALL Fxrst row Bruce Arney Leland Bell Jerry Hagenbuch Loyd Thomas B111 Berg Ramon Underwood Jerry Blood Fred Granzatto Second row George Schloegl Laurence Fltch Jlm Zxmmerman John Garland, Duck Bell Art Payne Ken Cox, Douglas Babcock Thxrd row Tom McCoy .hm Pauli John Waddell Donald Jones Donald Ely Norman Brunner Rolland Barn hart Dlck Bogasch Mr Watson coached hls thlrd year of reserve football ln 'lhree Rlvers He d1d not have as much success as far as wmnmg' thls year as ID hls prevlous two years of coachmg, as h1s team won one, and lost flve The only Three Rivers vlctory that the reserves landed was the last game of the year on the home fleld when they defeated Dowaglac 6.0 The reserves had on thexr schedule two Varslty squads, class C Bron son, and strong, powerful class D Whlte Plgeon Three Rlvers Bronson Three Rlvers Sturgls B Three Rlvers Whxte Plgeon Three Rlvers Sturgls B Three RIVCIS Dowagxac B 68 ' ............... 0 . .. ...40 Three Rivers .. 0 Niles "B" ....42 ' .. . ..2 ""'... . ....30 ' .. .. ..8 ' "".... ....25 ' . ..6 ' "".. . ...0 16 181 VARSITY BASKETBALL.......... Flrst Row Walt Relck Jerry Luzader Pete Sangallx Captam Elwm Ruggles Charles Weldman Bob Roush Walt Rogers Second Row Coach Pellegrom Corky Crose Manager Irvm Forrest Ted Babcock B111 Crego Roger Mltchell Edmund Blank Asst Coach Thxs year the varslty squad was made up of eleven members Although the team was not a wmmng one, It had all the posslble qualltles to make lt so Three Rlvers won only three out of the fxfteen games played Two of these matches were conference, whlle beatmg non conference Sturgls 52 30 The team showed thelr best ln defeatmg a hot Nlles club 48 to 42 This trlmmlng rumed Niles hope of becommg champlons In the dxstrlct tournament at Sturgls the Wlldcats met State Hlgh and were badly beaten 54,33 Three RIVQFS falled to place any squad members on the All Conference team Elwm Ruggles was hlgh scorer for the season w1th 142 pomts SCORES Three Three BIG SEVEN STANDINGS Three Team South Haven N1les St Joseph Buchanan State Hlgh Three Rlvers Dowaglac Three Th ree Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Rlvers Rivers Rxvers Rlvers Rlvers Rlvers Rlvers Rxvers Rxvers Rlvers RIVGIS Rivers Rlvers Rivers Total Nlles Buchanan Sturgxs Dowaglac State Hlg South Haven B C Lakeview Nxles Buchanan Dowagxac Sturgls State Hugh South Haven St Joseph 6 69 ' ...... 33 ' ............. 38 ' ...... 36 ......... 49 ' ...... 52 ' ........... 30 ' ...... 35 ' ......... 45 W L ' ...... 36 'h ........ 51 ...10 2 ' ......32 ......40 ' ........... . . .......... 9 3 ' ------ 35 - - ' ----44 7 5 Three Rivers ...... 39 St. Joseph ........ 42 ' "" """' ' ...... 4 8 ' .......... ...42 7 5 ' ......26 ' ...... ........ ..... 5 7 ' ...... 41 ' ......... 28 ' ........ .......... 2 10 ' ------ 41 i """""' 42 .. 2 10 ' ...... 46 ' ....... 63 -nausea. n a fanauacc ' ......33 ..'...55 ' ...... 34 . ........ 53 ........567 73 MMA, T X Y w 7X'5'1a f A Q' . 1 , Y , 8 K af W X A 9 RW FN fy .Q W Q ii if 45 V X E WGN 1' A ' J W 3 if E X! 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J yBIoodEddel-I ul Vh B Hebh sewn WddllBkRbet Mccoyj k For the thxrd straight season the reserve basketball team whlch was ably coached by Mr Blank,ended ln the win column with mne wms and slx losses In Mr Blank s last three seasons hls teams have won 31 games whlle dropplng 14 The squad started off by taklng a 38-27 pastmg from N lles The followmg week they lost a 43-41 thnller to Buchanans B qumtet m a double overtlme Then they started a wlnnmg streak by downmg Sturgls Dowaglac State Hlgh South Haven and Lakevxew The1r wln streak was broken as they lost to St Joseph 40 36 and agaln to N1les by SIX points Buchanan and Dowaglac fell to the klts hlgh scorlng barrage Sturgls took revenge and defeated the wxldklttens 44-35 The kxttens succeeded ln wmnmg two of the three remalnmg games defeatmg State Hlgh and South Haven whlle they absorbed the worst defeat of the season from St Joseph 41 29 One of the features of thls year s team was balanced scormg Baum Verhuel and Paull wlth the help of Sangalh Evans and Blood scored over the 100 mark Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Rlvers Rivers Rlvers Rivers Rxvers Rlvers Rxvers Rlvers Rlvers Rlvers Rxvers Rlvers Rwers Rxvers Rivers Nxles Buchanan Sturgls Dowagxac State Hugh South Haven B C Lakevlew St Joseph Nlles Buchanan Dowaglac Sturgis State Hugh South Haven St Joseph First row: err , i vans, Jim Pa i, Dick er uel, ill Baum, Jerry Sangalliimlerry ag n uc . n row: john l e , uc o r s, Tom , xm Znmmerman, Fran Holtum, Blank, oach. . . , . ' . . . . . . , 1 ' ' 1 . , H U . . . . . . . . , . , . , . I , . - ' I . . . . - , - , . . - , , . . . . . . . . , . 0 7 ' Q . , . . . . ' 7 1 7 r a 1 ' ' .................... 27 ' ......... 38 ' .................... 41 ..... ' .................... 44 ' ....... ' .... .......... .... 4 5 ' ..... ' . ................... 46 ' . . ' ......... .... ..... 3 3 . . ' .................... 28 . . ' ' .... ............... 3 6 . . . . . ' .................... 46 ' ......... ' .......... . . . ..... 58 . . . . . ' .................... 55 ' ..... ' ............ ...... 3 5 ' ....... ' ..... . .............. 37 ' . . . ' .................... 32 . ' .................... 29 . . . . . 592 ,, -, 1, 1 ,W John W lls Ted Da 1 ls Elwn Ru les Berwyn Hould w rth Da e M Kee Stanley Th mpson Pete Sangalh Seco d r r y L ad Bob Bu n Edde Da e But! r Co ky Calr s Ted Babcock Lesl e Buch n Th d oach Pellegr B ll C eg Pe ry Ball t Larry S nh Charles Dodg LeR y Ca e Ie y Sa gall anager The 1948 thmclads turned 1n qulte a successful season The squad engaged ln three dual meets and three trlangular encounters Good materlal and a mass of lettermen returnmg w1ll strengthen the 49 season Thls year was also the flrst year ln whxch Three Rlvers and thelr county nvals Sturgls have met ln a track meet The meetlng resulted m an overwhelming vxctory for the Wildcats 93W 15M In the conference meet held at Nlles Three Rlvers f1n1shed wlth 21 116 pomts Nxles cap- tured the Bxg Seven crown wlth a 49 score Three Rlvers was flfth m the reglonal meet with 20 pomts South Haven of the Blg Seven conference walked away wlth regxonal honors wxth 4615 pomts In thxs meet Three Rlvers quall fled four men for the state meet held at Mlchxgan State College The competitors were Captam Tuff Thompson and John Walls, pole vaulters, Dave McKee, 100 yard dash and Elwm Ruggles hlgh Jumper Pete Sangalh was elected captam by his teammates for the 1949 campaxgn Three Rxvers 50 State High 59 Three Rxvers-6056 Nxles 5956 Buchanan 1956. Three Rlvers 93112 Sturgxs 1554 Three Rivers-4915 State High 55 Dowaglac 3185 Three Rlvers-78 Battle Creek Lakevlew 31 BLUB f is GET SET BLUB M ,E 'Q Mfg 72. X a , 1 i , S 1 N' W' l First row: a , n'e , i if , s o , v c , o , '. - n ow: Ck r uz er, r s, i vans, v e , r ' n , , i a . xr row: ' om, i r o, r e, m' , son, o s, rr n i, m . , . . 1 9 n , ' s , . u H , . ' ' 1 1 ......g ..Q . ..... ' , . ..... ..-. ........- . g . I Three Rivers-445i............ .......Niles 681151 Dowagiac 26 If A Lv V. . I as W If Z- , , 3 ' 43 47, J h. ' 'GCLF 1 , wr- kr.. 0. -' JR John Wtte be g Mel Ca re oach Im DalPo t D l W ght D H B Masna Pete Dickie The 1948 golf team won f1ve of its elght matches and dropped three The squad was able to defeat St Joseph ex state champs who had gone twenty seven consecutive matches wlthout a defeat The team made a poor showlng ln the conference meet at Nlles and flIllShed fourth At the reglonal whlch was held 1n Battle Creek the boys showed what they really could do and placed second In state competltlon the dlget dlggers placed thlrd East Lanslng 338 strokes St Joseph 352 and Three RIVQTS 357 The squad suffered a b1g loss through graduatlon Captam Dell Wrlght Jlm DalPonte and Dave Horst all bld farewell The only letter man to return IS Bruno Masnarl a sophomore Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three RIVCTQ Rlvers Rivers Rlvers Rxvers Rlvers Rxvers Rlvers 2 2 2 16 St Joseph Dowaguac State Hlg Nxles St Joseph State Hugh Dowaglac Nxles if 112 I 2 CHRQNCLOGY SEPTEMBER 8-Is It a pamful groan or a Joyous shout" What ever the feelmg IS we T R H S students are back for mne full months of school We have a fresh llvely batch of rhlmes to gxve us older hands some pep 17 Off to a good start on the football fleld We trlmmed Coldwater 18 13 21 We re free-free-free for today that ls' The annual St Joseph County Falrs sure does come ln handy' 22-Our W1ldkltt6DS played the Bronson Re serve there 40 0 24-We d1dn t lose and we dldn t wm and nelther dld St Joe Incldently lt was a football game 6 6 30-Nlles ran over for a httle game of football wlth our reserves, 42 0 OCTOBER 1 We played football w1th Dowaglac here and sent em back wlth the score 26 12 Our favor of course' 5-Sturgls tossed the football back and forth wlth our reserves here 30 2 6-Yep we done lt agaln dear chxlluns We dlsappomted poor State Hlgh wlth the score 32 6 rn our favor 13 Whlte Plgeon trotted over for a football game wlth our reserves 44 0 15- Flght on to Vlctory We sure dld with South Haven over there It was a very dec1s1ve score 45 0 18-Everybodys pulhng bunmes out of nowhere The Monk Watson Maglc Show msplred the overflood of clever maglclans 20-Dowaglac took a hop over here to play our Reserves 6 0 Our Wlldklttens won thls one' 22-Sorry folks but we cant be hogs about wlnnmg all the t1me' Buchanan took us score 7 6 25-We entertamed our parents nn the evemng wxth a roarmg humdlnger of a polltxcal rally Harold ahas Dewey dldnt llck all h1s mustache off nor dld Jerry ahas Truman shake hls gray haxr all out They both dld a fxrst class Job lmpersonatlng the presldentlal candidates 27 Our flrst chapel was held We made a qulck Jump over to Sturgis and played thelr reserves 25 8 29-We took our frxendly enemy Sturgls ln a game of football wxth the score 12 7 NOVEMBER 5-We d1d It agam folks' We made an engoy able lxttle trxp to Nlles andcame back wxth the score 26 20 Our favor natch-of course' 10-June Mad' No June lsn t mad That's just the mterestmg txtle of the Semor Play whxch we modestly say was a huge success 15-Ah' One of tho e rare Lyceum programs' John Wxlhams Hughes spoke on Indla ln Transxtxon 19-The G R Blue Jean Dance was a huge success wlth a mce blg fat turkey named Oscar who llked to watch those thmgs called human bemgs dance Every body had a good tlme even Oscar' 24-Our second chapel was held 25 26-Thanksglvmg recess We re off to fxll ourselves with that stuff called food DECEMBER 3-We lost to Niles, 38 33 ln a llttle game of bas ketball Can't wm every txme you know' 10-Buchanan took us to the tune of 49 36 14-Yep, clulluns' We played Sturgls and came out on top wlth the score, 52 30 Our second Lyceum program was held Wxl l1amE Skadden gave a very mterestmg talk on The Road Ahead 15-The D S Concert was a beautlful affair whxch brought the Chrlstmas spmt mto everyone s hearts 17-Christmas vacatlon and a heavenly two weeks O o o oh brother' We played a basketball game wxth Dowaglac but came home on the loslng end of a 45 35 score 25-Ah twas a merry day and the Annual Alumm Dance to top xt all off JANUARY 3-Back after a wonderful relaxxng vacation Its a llttle hard to get m the groove again, but we'll get used to xt m a few weeks-so the teachers hope any way' 11 A basketball game with State Hxgh and a score, 51 36, very decidedly not ln our favor 14-Another game thus time with South Haven The score "-40 32 m thelr favor Post game dance sponsored by the Industnal Arts 19-Chapel service good show on our part 21-St Joe also took us to the tune of 42 39 Good game though' 24 25-Gosh, exams and so soon! Mxghty hard to study elghteen weeks work in one mght, most of us try It Woe 18 the day when report cards fmd thelr ways mto our reluctant hands! 28--Well what do you know! We won! The score TR. 48 Nrles, 42 Post game dance sponsored by the Glrl Re serves, and a special treat wlth our own Bob and Jerry s Orchestra The fellows are domg a marvelous first class Job 31 Ugh, back to the grmd, but we don't mmd xt too much dowe' Hmmmm m" FEBRUARY 1 Yep another basketball game Score 51 26 Buchanan s favor 4-We Semors were measured for our caps and gowns The day xs now m slght, klds' Our turn to play Dowagiac Score 41 28, our favor ' The Glrl Sports sponsored a post game dance Swell turn out 8-Ah' We won from Sturgls our good old pals Score la halr l'8lBlhg onej 42-41! 15-Game with State I-Ixgh Score, 63 46-their favor 18-Game wrth South Haven Score 55 33-thexr favor 75 . . . . - - , - - - , . . . . . , . Q , ' . . , ' . . . ' 1 , . . . . H , . . . . ,, . H . . ,, - . ' ' . . - . , , ' . . . , . , . 1 . . . . ' : . , . . , - . - - - . . , - . . I - 1 T . 9 ' ' 7 ' ' . Q , , - . . . . u n ' - - . . n r - - 2 ' 1 . . 9 ' - I ' . . u - - n - - . . I . . ' - ' ' . , ' . , . . ' ' - Lakeview took us, 44-35, but not without a - u - - n - ' I ' ' I - I Y Y u ' 5 Y ' ' 1 1 . . . . . . . , , . , , , . . , . . . , Y Y 1. v - , I " ' 9 1 ' . . . . , , u O ' 1 ' - - , I , , 1 . . . , ' . ' . - - - - . Q ' ' , sus- ' p - 1 v - s , 0 , - 1 - . . . . - - , . . . . . I 1 ' - I ' . o , . . H . . . . ,, , I i -4 Q - Q I Y 9 Y . , . . ' . Q 9 I , u ' l - ' , . . , CHRCD CLCDL Y 19 The G R Formal was a huge success The theme The Top Hat Club the decoratxons a modern nxght club Ahce Abshzre and Janet Rlggs as co chalr men and our patlent sponsors, Mxss Gibson and Mrs Halverson dxd a swell Job Rex Smlth provlded the dreamy soft music for dancmg 22 Chapel 23 Almost every teacher was polsoned, that IS 1n the faculty play 'Arsemc and Old Lace' The play was a scream and our teachers certamly let loose wxth their actmg ablllty we lost Post game dance sponsored by the Varsity Club 28-Took maternal for the annual to the prmters MARCH 15-Chapel 16 Lyceum program the DeW1llo Instrumental Trxo 19 The Glrl Sports put on a super all school party APRIL An umque all school party was sponsored by the Sophomore Class 6-Jumor Play 13 Chapel 15 18 Easter Recess Get out that old gray 76 bonnet w1th all the rlbbons on xt' 29 The D S Club put on a very enjoyable all school party MAY 9 Lyceum program J J Lunch champlon trlck shot archer 11 Band Concert 17 Chapel 20 22 Sklp day for the semors' Thls IS what we ve been waltlng for all the flVe years weve been golng to hzgh school We took a lovely tmp t Mack1nac Island by boat and boy d1d we eat' 25 The D S Club asslsted by the J H S and the ward schools put on a rolllckmg gypsy concert It was very gay and beautiful The selectlons showed the amount of hard work whlch they all dxd 27 Soft mUS1C prancmg whlte horses, long flow mg robes, and beautlful women all were a part of the Jumor Semor Arabian Nlghts Prom 30 Memorlal Day JUNE 4 Baccalaureate 9 Commencement 10 'lhat day has come Deep down 1ns1de most of us hate the thought of leavmg After all we have had some very happy tlmes 1n good old TR Hlgh Farewell dear classmates May you have as much fun as we, the forty mner s have had' H T : 5 ' : v - . . . ' ' I ' ll ' --. l . . . . i , 9 L 'I I I I - l ,- 25-Basketball game with St. Joseph. Score, 53-34, ' I - I - 0 U , - ' Q ' u - - 75 . 14. fr -'PQ Q? 'X "zf2.--- tr? N5 ,mn if 4 Y, , , why, .Y ,w 5 Wdumhrl .1 9 .- ,fm ,,.., M, XX s 'I ck 0 3 . Qk vu fl M re no +AwM f l1'lH 1' v ps if M 1 , tw - Q e E ! 6' Q 3 1 So, 's Q C 'OF Q for JC, a flame? JG-'Q ARCDUND and ABQUT 5 ojrs to e 1 450 eww X99 Open House Poor Frog .om- Top Hat Club M. A. I hope 1tS whlte Etlquette Remlnder Week M. A. R E Clty offxcers for a day Electlon D ay I '4 i'TT .......l..ACKNCWLEDGNlENPl SL,-,. ' The 1949 Reflector staff wishes to acknowledge their appreciation to the following: MARLIN GRIFFIN LEPLEY'S STUDIO THREE RIVERS COMMERCIAL A I rr , 5 . . R K eq? J! tj, 'J-I , if L '?i'g1.'?N 4 ' 1 J Zag. 425, 6 .Q E ., S ' ' Cfizvfgp E V' - "'75L Z- Q ,Sl Z5 C11 ' I... ' Nix x w e 1- 1' 'I "' ff X M fl? Sig? H1 1.45 ' ' .U'l


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