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

 - Class of 1956

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It will open in September 1957 with six to eight -X vacant class rooms. The three big "waves" in the elementary schools are I now in the kindergarten, second and third grades. These groups will be V-Nfl Mei, U H . Freshmen, Juniors and Seniors in 1964-I965 at which time the high school N e' Cf . 8 will house almost 200 more than it does today. Such statements or pre- 'V e A , f Z - i 5 t , I dictions are- always based on the premise - "other factors being equal." I 41" -. ' ' V lf L e Walter Horst ' f 1 ' 5- . ' ti' 'I IL V Superintendent of Schools " V ' ',-, ' V I v h -V B v A--A- ,,,,- V V ...:-- i . A' .15 , 'L Vrrgg ,U ,,,. -"- ' ' ' ,, , ,L . '--, :FRE Wm: 1' I H 'I " - tx 1' -' im . , . , ,. ,Z T, Az 1 V A 2 i'?:: J' 5 wifi' b ' ' f i 51 f' W a v . A - ' ,age -bJkj..,.....-- -- .,.. . . -WV ami-g yd J M 1 1' 1 H la 5 E R IV E R S FH SCHOOL ADDITIONS . Tomorrow: 1957 - ? H1 J ,,.-" M ci BILLINGNADA-ARCHITECY 1 lu A 50" ani? Detllcatlon We the eI1ss ot 96 xx1sh to shoxx our smeere 1ppree11t1on 1nd vreltltude tor tI1e1r help dunno our Ilxe xelrs here bx LILQIIL ltlnxf o11r 1nn11 1I to Co1eh Robert L Thompson 1nd Co1eh Edxx lfd T Johnson 1eh Thompson xx IS one ot the IIYSI telehers xxe I11I 1n I11 I1 seI1oo h1s II'lCI1LIIy xx .xx h ts been 1 help ll'lLI 1nsp1r.1t1on to us throu-'h the xe1rs .1eh Johnson shoxxed Us the xx IN to III mx v1etor1es IIILI r 1I x III xde cur xmv e 1 11et the xe x hes o o1r 1 1 'etter t1ex 11xe le wed to Hume us 1 exer 1ex1ee xx IN I1eetIeLI xxere there to shoxx the xx IX lI'ILI polnt out our ININI 1Ixes 1I xxe xxere 1n the xxronf' e CI1ss ot U16 ls one thm' 1n eommon xx1th Co1eh Thompson 1eh Johnson xed IH the h 1 I ex hex' thelr te 1eh1nx1 e 1reers here We xx1II be Ie 1x1n+1 IN xe If hut thex xx1II rem.11n o eontrnue moldm-' todxx s students 1nto tomorroxx s 1duIts f I O I ' 'D ""'t.'f "f"z': Q z 1' . 5 1 1 ' - 'L . 3 . Coz ' J 1. 1 ' 1 " y 'L ' 1 5 " ze A 'g , ' I und ' ' , ,, J, Lt. N., 2 , L ' -. ' , ' U. .T , 1 ,. Co' ' 5 ' X 'za' 1 ' " 1 cz Il' 1 1 1 "Wildcats" deur to us. He also taught us sports111z1nship and the i111porIa1nee oI' PILIIA 5 the ELII ' o - er- , t I' 1 1 h'I1tx'. Iogl . I 7 I1"I'I1 td' ..lIf1LI.I,' 1 zI"' 'L " '.thCx ' w F I 1 2 L ' I L fsk- ' ' ,x -. s ' s I N. Th' it ' I .' hz e '5' ' " 'L' ' , and Coz ' . -xxe urri " ' ' z1IIs ot' TR. the same xeur that hj :an ' sl . ' : .L N s su ', ' , sl 1' 5 thh 1 sl E sr 1' s .' t ' ' 3 ' e 1 ', , e ' ' 1 . FACULTY . qwv 5Q 2?z'H" 4 W' ' w ri A94 , X A 1 -M 5 1' J ,, K f t 1 -M. ' , ' .walt ' -.......f-l , - K S 3' A V, 'S' FQ Fr-3 , .. . Faculty PHYLLIS M. AGOSTI "Anybody can copy out of a b00k."' A.B.. Western Michigan College Michigan State College American History. Speech Girl Reserves Advisor 'Age by ANTOINETFF ASH Lets get together on that first note non and put mme expursmn in 1 A B Albion College M A University of Mtchigan Vocal Music NELLI E RELLER BA RLOW All right lets more alone t our classer B S Kalamazoo College M S University of Chicago Mathematics Sophomore Class Advisor Guidance Counselor ,,..a-H' ff CECIL D DeLONG Could ue lime eterxones attfntiou non" 'Rh A B Kalamazoo College Q MA University of Michigan Chemistry Physics X2 43 "5 Annual Staff Advisor """A' Student Senate Advisor Guidance Counselor 4' if 3 ALICE Ia.lUNE FITCH X f ,cs before X011 start to cut fv J BS Michigan State Normal College un. University of Michtgln Vlestern Michigan College Home Economics Consumer hluct tion Guidance Counselor Be sure to let me eheclt xotr layout ' CM--' MARY B. ANDERSON "Let's have a little zlictatimz non B.S.. Western Michigan College Shorthand. Typing Clerical Office Practice Senior Class Advisor Dean of Girls FSTHER M AVFRY Girls Please' A B Albion College MA Columbia University Home Economics F H A Advisor Future Nurses Club Advisor Guidance Counselor WILLIAM E BROWN Lets get to nork nom B S Western Michigan College Woodshop Industrial Arts Club Advisor Stage Manager Gl ORGE EDDINGTON An zlzgn multi eu IIIHIUY AB Western Michigan National University of Mexico Spanish English Spanish Club Advisor Future Teachers Club Advisor DALE A FUI LLING H rll so mitch for that A B M A Western Michigan College Biology Assistant Football Coach Xarsitx Club Advisor fl H 7 ' . ln ' V , ll , I 1- -,-A' ' 'Lv' 5 " . g Y U . ., I " . . . . lid - -a i I -. . ., . U - D - . .9 '. H . , ' I K 0 U I DL Y ki! , ., I D 1. . ., , e , ia. tt , . , V ' 1 ' s.. ,W Vg v ' A' . . F ,, ' , V: t , 'T K A I . K. ' ' , . ., ,L ME, ' f I . 1 . I , 1 f 1 , t ' . A 417. - zf ?f2:'3, ' X , g 1 4 2-11, , 1 -fa' f . F' - . sy 7 .ki . I X ' i s - W. A i . . . .' 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I ' R Q ' , I , Y ORVILLF J GRIFFITH Lets settle rlonn mm A B Adrlan College M A Ball State Teachers College Nhchtgan State Umversnty lviathemattcs Fxrst Semester H1 Y Club Advlsor VI RNA HANCOCK Lett settle tlrmn and gf! to nnrlt A B Umverslty of Mlchlgan Library Certlftcate Western Mtcht gan College Library Inbrary Staff Advisor NORNIAN L HARRIS We ll have ll short test non 50 60 questzons BS MA Western Mtchtgan College UHIVCFSIIQ of Wlsconsm Umverslty of Illmots Head Football Coach Track Coach IDWARD T JOHNSON Watch tt or III butt you B S Htllsdale College Phystcal Educatlon Health Basketball Coach Varstty Club Advisor Asststant Football Coach TERRENCE KANE Quiet please' A B Western Mtchtgan College Mathemattcs H1 Y Club Advisor Faculty GRETCHEN GUCK llrm Non Broun Con B S Western Mlchtgan College Mtchlgan College of Mtmng and Technology Sault Ste Marte Speech Correcttomst I EO C HANDLEY Please mlt mx reereturx I come here PS Western Nltchngan Nlcchanncal Drawmg lndustrnl Arts Dept Director Industrlal Arts Club Advisor Chairman Gutdance Commlttee KENNETH HEEZEN Another check for the book' B S Western Mtchlgan College Mathematxcs Second Semester WALTER E JONES You Anon what I mean' B A Manchester College MA Northwestern Umversltv Toledo Unlversnty Indiana State Teachers College Enghsh Reserve Basketball Coach JOSEPH R LASKO Non girls' State Board Machine Shop Industrial Arts Club Advtsor Iuntor Class Advlsor Facult "And I was going 25 miles an hour!" A.B., Michigan State Normal Latin, English Junior Class Advisor DOROTHY MURRELL "Be sure to turn off the lights you leave." A.B.. North Texas State Physical Education. Health Girls Sports Advisor Cheerleaders Advisor Tennis Coach GERALD ROYS when "Do this immediately if not sooner." Life Certificate. Ferris Institute B.S.. Western Michigan Gregg School Bookkeeping, Typing Internal Accounting MILDRED SNYDER "Children should be seen, not heard." Western Michigan University of Wisconsin Syracuse University Art Institute of Chicago Art ROBERT L. THOMPSON "All right boys, let's really go." B.S., M.A., Western Michigan College University of Nevada Michigan College of Mining Technology University of Michigan History Reserve Football Coach Baseball Coach Rhinie Class Advisor ZELDA VOORHEES "I.o11der, I can't hear you." A.B.. University of Michigan University of Wisconsin University of Montana English and Director of .lunior and Senior Play d -5' ,AhrN I Y 'lv-9 -. 195 l .A . xxxr , R7 DOROTHY METZGER "Your thirst for knowledge astounds me."' B.S.. University of Pennsylvania M.A.. University of Michigan English Inkling and Wildcat Weekly Advisor WILLIAM PETERSON "Ir makes me no never mind." A.B.. M.A.. Western Michigan College University of Michigan Government, Sociology Senior Class Advisor Guidance Counselor ROBERT SMITH "Uh, those poor triplets!" B.M., Western Michigan M.A.. University of Michigan Instrumental Music E. A. STUTESMAN "Oh, these privileged characters." B.S.. Central State Teachers College M.A.. University of Michigan Mathematics, First Semester Hi-Y Club Advisor Guidance Counselor HAROLD A, VOORHEES "A nd be sure to signal." A.B.. Kalamazoo College Columbia University University of Montana University of Michigan Western Michigan College Driver Education ROBERT W. WINTERS "Pipe flown and 291 to work." B.S.. Central Michigan College M.S.. Michigan State University English Freshman Class Advisor Student Senate Advisor Bible Club Advisor X MR WAl1l-R HORST MR IMDMUND B1 ANK Supcrmtendem of Schools AB W t Frf'?JI'E?1l Con A B Olnvet College ese I lgm eg,e M A fM h MA Umversny of MlChlgBn Umvumy 0 K 'gm dmlnl tratlon Mrs Cathervn Cooper Secretary to the Supermtendent Mrs Ruth Henning Secretary to the Prmcnpdl V fmxv-, .i , ,- fj .4 A r ,,??.Q,' Miss Suzette Warner Secretary to the lst Row-Lawrence Fleming. Secretary: S. C. Penzolli. Prciidem: .lane Weiner, Board of Education member: Zlltl Row-William Monroe. Trcumrer: Sybcrt N. Crosc. Vice-president. SENIURS X 'Txw JK, F fue' iv 1 l'l " .F I iff Q, -Q. , g . Honor SALLY PENZOTTI ADELE THOMAS Valedxctorlan Valedlctorlan SHIRLEY STARK DAR Pxlgrlm NANCY PRITCHARD PAULINE MITCHELL SalUf3f0I'l3I1 Salutatorlan Annual taff "N-,, PADLHNE MITCHELL Edxtor ln Chxef ADELE THOMAS FRED JACKSON Art Pdltor Business Manager , A . , Vg 4Ixj:?i?I,7T 1 1, Y , . , - ,LN,'Q"fLf ' , ' Q ,W . , ,, X , , s - fa, V , ry 'Hu ff-0 . Mwiz --V-A. . L Q " T A , if,V Q QS 'lf TAD PENDLETON Graphlc Edltor ROSALIE BINGAMAN SALLY PENYOTTI Literary Fdnor ACIIVIIICS Fdltor ROGLR WIEDENBECK SHIRLEY STARK MARION LFISTER Sports Fdllor ASSOLIIIC hdltor Subscription Mm lger avi' 'Q' JACQUELYN BERA Typlst MR DeLONG Advnsor NORMAN LINSNER ChI'OD0lOgISI SANDRA DeLONG Typist . ' 1 ,il A ., 4 1 R V A r L . K' A' ii, Syl . ! X f 4 , , ' ' f 4 . 1 I. I , , flu yi 'ff 'V x - ' "1 ' ' ' ' 42 2 '. 'G' p L Dave Hurd Presrdent Jackie Bera Secretary Mlss Anderson Advlsor Sandra DeLong Treasurer Mr Peterson Advlsor Janet Mohney Vlce presl dent Nmeteen hundred flfty sux' Remember when we srgned our names on those 52 Annuals and remarked lt seems so far away' " Now rt s fmally here and we fmd we must say good bye to T R H S It was m the fall of 51 that we made our debut here We felt so proud to be a part of the hngh school, but we soon were put rn our place, Rh1n1es' We were the youngest and certamly the least Slgl'l1flCal'lt class became frlends and together experlenced an CXCll.1l'lg year of work and fun w1th Mr Thompson as our advrsor As Freshmen however, we really felt more m the Qwmg of thmgs Many of our boys played on the Reserve football and basketball teams and of course we all took speclal prrde ln Dave Hurd and Mlke Car r1er because they were promoted to the Varslty foot ball squad durmg the season Most of our glrls Jolned Glrl Sports and some F H A and two of them re presented our class on the reserve cheerleadmg squad We were well represented on the honor roll with ten students, and our class contrrbuted mneteen members to the band Mr Johnson was our advrsor ln th1s year whlch saw our class break the prevnous record m TR H S wlth 168 members The year 53 54 saw us as Sophomores Agam our boys represented us on the varrous athletlc teams We harled Dave agam as he was the only Sophomore m T R H S hlstory to be named to the All State foot ball team Four of our gurls were reserve cheerleaders and eleven ambrtrous students were on the honor roll In Aprrl of thus year we sponsored our flrst all school party under the able leadership of Mrs Barlow our advrsor Receiving our class rlngs takmg charge of the con cessron stand at two football games and sponsormg the post game dances betzan our Jumor year Very soon after we presented our hrlarlous play Fmders Creepers Th1s and our bake sale rn January added to our ever growmg treasury Then on the memorable mght ln May we presented our Prom, Roman Holl day Our advlsor Miss Magner helped us w1th thrs dlffrcult undertakmg and the beauty of the gym re warded all our hard work Then agam m 55 as m 51 we mvaded the school were Sen1ors' Our last year was by far the bus1est' After agam takmg charge of the concessron stand and post game dances after two football games we began sell1ng magazmes Knowmg we had to at least equal last years record we were really pleased when our sales topped last year s by 1 substantral amount' Taklng Semor plctures ordermg cards and an nouncements and measurmg for caps and gowns all made us realize how near we were to graduatlon We took tnme out rn Februrry however to present our Semor Play The Robe about wh1ch we all felt very proud and yet humble at the same time At the end of M ly c tme what we had all been walt mg for our lnve dxy tnp to New York' Well never forget our wonderful time there find nelther wlll New York'J Baccalaure 1te md Commencement came and went so fast we hnrdlv rethzcd that these two programs offlclally ended our hlgh school career As we left the audntorxum thu last Frnday we took our experlences and memories wrth us to cherlsh always Now we wrsh to express our smcere apprecratron and thanks to our tration our parents they have helped to make our years rn T R H S some thlng we shall never forget ldvlsors teachers, the admmls md fnends for all the many ways . X 1 ,, 1 I l f y A l l 57 5 Elf , r K :ai Q, A l all? E ge ' ' 3 'N , a 1 , e H - A , . 5 97 ' ' ' , . Lg 99 ' 9 ' - . L 1 . ' . . Q n ' B6 n ' . . . . 5 ' 0 L A , . . . L - in school, but this fact didn't curb our enthusiasm. We 111 September, but OUT feellng WHS really dlffefeHf'We , . K . I . , ' 1 1 7 . 9 7 . ' . . . . - 1 Z , I . . - 2 - , . . ., . ' ' ' . I - - 2 7 1 ' I in 5, ' 5 5 ' I y . . . 2 2 I . - l - L n . . . . . ' , 1 ' . c J c A . ' 4 '- 2 1 J 4 . . I - - . .I V . Q ' a V . , n P L 4 . Pi, - . , . Q 1 ' , D - ' ' ' V 4. . . . . ' ' 4 . ' ' , l l JOHN H. ADAMS College - With Honor "We expect great things of you." Spanish Club 4 Varsity Club 4 Honor Scholarship 2, 3 Football 2 4 BEVERLY JEAN ANDERSON Toni General Dance laugh and lu mum Glrl Reserves 4 I H S 1 ALEX JOSEPH ATKINSON Al Industrial Not that I lore study less hut more library Staff 1 NANCY DIANN BAKER Nan Commercial Sneetntvs and personalttx pazrl Girl Sports 2 3 3 Mixed Choir 3 4 Pep Club 3 3 4 Bible Club 3 Bind Follies 4 Band l 2 Office Assistant 4 BETTY VALETTA BARKALONN Be College With Honor Oceans of pep I1 1 laugh FIEIW Mille Q Girl Reserves 3 4 Gr Sports l 3 3 Truis 4 S DS 3 P Club 3 3 4 Cl iss Vice pres 3 Wrldnat Weekly Staff 4 Inklmg Staff 4 Honor Scholarship 3 ar' T 'E ,I-"' it . 55 uv I. pf Hun Q, I I S tl 19' enior CHARLES D. ANABLE "Chuck" - Industrial "Wha!'s all thiis hustle and hurry? Be like me-I 'never hurry." Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4 Intramural 2, 3 Football 2 BARBARA JEAN ASH Barb Home Economics Though shes small and very meet we linon her friendship can I he beat' Girl Reserves 3 4 J H S 1 7 FNA 3 DOROTHY MAE BAKER Dottie Commercial With Honor Srlence ts one of the great arts of c on v ersatton Girl Reserves 3 4 Girl Sports 2 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 A l Honor Scholarship 3 Office Assistant 4 SHARON LEE BAKER College With Honor Sweetness always sims style Girl Reserves 3 4 J HS I v Pep Club 3 3 4 F A Sec 3 4 Wildcat Weekly Staff 3 4 Ink mg 3 4 Honor Scholarship 1 2 3 Band 1 omecoming Queens Court 4 Student Senate Sec 3 BETTIE L BARTH e College Her heart is lllse the moon theres a man rn it Girl Reserves 3 Girl Sports I 3 3 I H S I Spanish Club Pep Club 3 I F N A 3 3 New l f, - D.S. .., 3, 4 tt , A, ', U., HI W ' H ' ' . .L ,-' V ' , F.H. . ,2, 3,4 H, 4 f - . . " ' . - nluft a H ' ' ' ,' ill ' ." Girl Regefveg 3. 4 X Girl Sports l, 2, 3, Vice-pres. 4 D,S, , 4 5. , D.S. -, 4 M ,' ' I .T. . . , " ' , wit 1 if on H - ' 'Y ' ' , IIB t!! - LH. . 1 v 3 1 . . .. A A , 4 ep -. . Q ' , -, , 4 ij. ' . D - l ', . . I. ' ' JAH. -f - - ' Q." . 4 - . . . f,,,m5g.s-4' QIIIUI' SANDRA JEAN BELLEZZA Son College Of the sit senses the mrghttest humor Glrl Reserves 3 4 r Sportsl 2 3 S D 3 F A 3 4 Cheerleader 2 3 4 Band Follles 3 ROSAI II- BINGAMAN Roe Commerctal W1th Honor Softly tpmk and xncetly Yllllle Gtrl Reserves 3 Pres 4 Glr Sportsl 2 3 J H S Vnce pres 2 M1xed Cholr 2 3 4 French Club Pep Club 2 3 Class Vlce pres Annu tl Staff 4 W1Idcat Weekly Staff 3 Inklmg Staff 3 Honor Scholarshtp I 2 Jumor Prom Band Follles 3 4 Double TTIO 3 4 Tr1ple Trlo 1 STANLI-Y E BIXLER IX Commerclal It tultcs lzfe to enjoy lzfe Pep Club 4 'Viv gg w,,.-as Sentor Play V Intramural 4 RICHARD M BOBB Randy College Ltfe IY so short lets all hate fun Mlxed Chotr 3 4 Treas 3 Pep Club 4 Varslty Club 3 4 Sentor Play Intramural 4 Basketball l 2 F otball l 2 3 4 Track 2 H1Y Club 'V 3 4 Fmanclal Sec 3 NIARTHA SUE BROOKS Mart Commerctal The onlx um to ham Il frleml 1s tn he one Gtrl Reserves G1rl Sports I H S 2 Mlxed Cholr 2 3 4 French Club Treas 'I Pep Club 2 3 4 F N A 4 el A 'G' IQ fi ? JACQUELYN LEE BERA Jackte College Putty as cotton camlx but truce meet Gtrl Reserves 3 Gnrl Sports I 2 J H S 1 '7 Nhxed Cholr '7 Pep Club 3 4 Cl tss Sec 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Wnldctt Weekly Staff 3 News Edttor lnkllng Staff 3 Bmd Folltes 3 Iuntor Play 3 Scmor Play 4 Homecomlng Queen s Coutt 4 Student Senate Alternate 3 Senator 4 Double Trlo 2 3 4 BOB BISHOP BlSl'l COmmCfCldl Thu sm hes quut hut B tnd Follles 3 Intramural 3 otball l 2 L-RNIE E BLADE Industrlal Ile doesnt lrlte to study 1 weakens hrs eyes V trslty Club 3 4 lndustrlal Arts Club 3 4 Boys State 3 Bas etball I 2 3 Footballl 'P 3 4 MARY ANN BRETH College She has eyes that multe If turd 0 turn away Gtrl Reserves 3 Program Chrmn 4 G Sportsl 'P 3 Pres 4 IHS 1 3 Mtxed Cholr 2 3 4 French Club 2 Pep Club 2 3 4 FTA 4 Band Folltes 3 4 Jumor Play Quartet 4 Offtce Asststant 4 WILLIAM P BURNS Gangly College Hz tl rather Slllg than do must um thrng Nluxed Cho1r Spamsh Club " Vtce pres 4 Pep Club 3 4 Varstty Club 3 Band Follles nd I 2 H1 Y Club " Sen1or Play Student Senate 3 Intramural 4 O " . ., ' ' is 'A " 3 . 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CARRIER Mrke General He turns hzs back on the gzrls and then runs backwards Spamsh Club 3 2 i 4 Varslty Club l 2 3 Vtce pres 4 Student Senate l Intramural 4 Boys State Basketball 1 Footballl 2 3 co captam4 G fl 2 3 4 cocaptam 3 MIKE D COMAR C College Hes quiet they say youll 1 e him rzght an ay Pep Club 2 3 4 Varstty Club l Intramural 4 Boys State 3 Football l 2 3 f l 2 KENNETH P DAVIS Ken Commerclal Treas 4 L ff 3 Nobodys enemy but everybodys A frzend Pep Club 2 4 ..,, Band Follies 3 4 nd l 2 Intramural l 2 3 Western Mustc Workshop 3 SARAH JANE DAVIS Sally College Ihr flllfllffl' compounded ru ss unbounded Crawfordsvllle Ind l 2 Gtrl Reserves 3 4 3 Pep Club 3 4 DENNIS CARL DeBEST Denny College Wlth They ,go nlld simply uzld Spamsh Club 2 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 lndustrtal Arts Club l 2 Class Treas 2 Wildcat Weekly Staff 3 4 Inltlmg Staff 3 4 Junlor Prom Co Chalrman Semor Play Student Senate 3 Intramural 3 Captatn 4 Footballl 2 3 T ack l 2 3 4 H1 Y Club 3 Treas 4 her kmd .W 9 Honor Ol El' me 3 dis "s M' 'R'-.N F"T7'T"T""" I ti 'U-15 ?K'v -av, Q' ir Ants! i 'N 'S enior SHIRLEY KAY COLLINS Kay College Her pep and smile are very worth 11111113 A ola Ind 1 2 3 Gtrl Reserves 4 Gtrl Sports 4 Pep Club 4 FTA 4 Band Follies 4 Band 4 CORA MAE COOK Cookle Commercial e Her smile ts no mor sunny than her heart F H A 4 Btble Club 3 Sec MELVI N DAVIS Mel College Not a ladies man but a lady s man Varstty Club 3 Sec 4 Bas etball l 2 3 4 F otball l 2 3 4 RUTH ANN DEAN Ruthne College Dont mer ash again hy gentlemen prc fel blondes Gtrl Reserves 3 4 Gr Sports 1 2 3 4 I H S l Pep Club 3 Cheerleader 2 4 Band Folltes 3 SANDRA KAY DeLONG Sandv Commerctal Wtth Honor Hel heart IS aluaws doing lovely thzngs Glrl Reserves 3 4 Buble Club 3 Pres 4 Class Treas 4 Annual Staff 4 lnklmg Staff 3 Typtst 4 Wtldcat Weekly Staff Honor Scholarshlps 2 Semor Play Internal Accounting 7 QIIIOPS GAJL MAXINE ERICKSON College Wtth Honor Aluaxs leads 10 smile Gtrl Reserves 3 4 r Sports l 2 3 S DS 4 Mixed Choir 2 4 Pep Club 3 F A 3 4 Cheerleaderl 2 4 Wtldcat Weekly Staff 3 4 lnkltng Staff 3 News Editor Honor Scholarshtpl 7 3 4 Band Folltes 3 4 Jumor Play Sentor Play Tttple Trto 2 JERRY EVANS f'-5 fe -1"" Jake Commerctal ,V He neter seems gloomx netcr seems sad h u ana' frolzcs he makes us glad Varslty Club 2 3 4 Band Folltes nd l 2 lntramurall 3 4 F otball l 3 4 T ackl 2 3 4 JEAN BEEKMAN GROJEAN Jeannte College Wtth Honor In het eyes a brlght tumltle IH het laugh a light tmltle Gtrl Reserves 3 4 Gtr Sports 2 3 4 H S DS 2 Pe Club 2 3 4 FTA Pres 3 8a 4 Wtldcat Weekly Staff 3 4 Inkltng Staff 3 Bus Mgr 4 Honor Scholarshlpl 2 3 4 Band Follies 3 Jumor Play Llbrary Staff 4 BARBARA ROSE HACK Barb Commerctal She drou ns her thoughts nz a stream of lt0lllS chattermg as she goes and she goes on forex er Gtrl Reserves 3 4 Gtrl Sports 1 DALE HAGENBUCH Industrtal Hes mlhu quiet hut can cause rr not lndustrtal Arts Club 3 4 Track 3 iff' 'Il 42?-1 5 1 if if sf l os.. if vv' -1 'Q' -5' l' 7 Gr' GLORIA JFANNE ESMAY College She uuzs helself a place ters ones heart Curl Reserves 3 4 Spantsh Club 3 French Club Pep Club 1 FTA 4 Band Follles 3 B nd 'P 3 4 Western Mustc Workshop JEANETTE M FRENCH Frenchte College Full of fun mth a smile thats C011 tagzous Gtrl Reserves 3 4 r Sports 1 2 3 Spamsh Club 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 F A 3 4 BARBARA IRENE GROVER Barb College Wtth Honor Lovely as a summer flower makes a new friend etery hour Llberty Center Ind l 2 3 Gtrl Reserves 4 Gtrl Sports 4 DS 4 Mlxed Cholr 4 Pep Club 4 F H A 4 Band Follles 4 Senlor Play Homecommg Queen Quartet 4 ELAINI- JOYCE HACKENBERG Hack Commerctal A lass so neat mth a smile so sure! Gtrl Reserves 3 Btble Club 3 4 ANNETTE M HALL Ann College Quut hut oh so uue Bxble Club 3 RALPH D HEMENWAY Industrlal I hate work' Its agaznst my con 1 Q stltllllon Intramural 1 4 Football 1 CHARLES B HILL Peter Commerclal Etenones frlend you wonder uhx 9 ' Because he tlunlts of more than the i one called I SANDRA LOU HILL Sand Commercial She walks through the halls mth a shy smzle on her face Girl Reserves 3 4 Office Assistant 4 MARTHA ELAINE HOUTS Marty College She rs gentle she IS shy but there 1s lmsclzzef In her exe' Gxrl Reserves 3 Band FOIIICS 3 4 ndl 2 3 J FREDERIC JACKSON Fred College Wlth Honor We neter caught htm speechless Pep Club 4 FTA Vlce pres 3 4 Jumor Class V1ce pres 3 Annual Staff 4 Wildcat Weekly Staff 3 4 Associate Edltor 3 Inklmg Staff 3 4 Band Follles M C 4 Jumor Play Student Senate 2 3 Pres 4 Intramurall 2 3 Track 3 Rotary Youth Leadershxp Camp 3 H1 Y 3, Pres 2nd Semester 4 l Fm- tw it 1 i X ed 'IJ' g-an-. "S" '+-Q -Q-4 ,v-Q Q S' :f '13 Qllllll' BETTY LOU HENSCH EL Blondle Commerclal She has a pleasant nay about her that has n on her mans frzends Girl Reserves 3 4 S 2 'vllxed Cholr 2 3 4 Band Follxes 3 4 nd l 2 National Muslc Camp 3 KEN W HILL Klller College Nothing was eter IILIIIKICI 1411170111 enthusiasm Spamsh Club 2 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 Varslty Club 3 4 Semor Play Student Senate 2 Intramural l 4 F otball 1 2 3 4 Track l 2 Gol 3 H1 Y Club 4 JANICE KAYE HORNER Jan Commercxal Happy go lucky mth a laugh for emeryone Girl Reserves 3 4 JHS l Pep Club 4 DAVID BRUCE HURD Moose College With Honor Bfoad 111 the shoulders mth nmsrla s and smens of Iron Mixed Choir 3 Spamsh Club Sec 3 3 Pres 4 Varsity Club 1 2 3 Pres 4 Class Pres 2 3 4 Wlldcat Weekly Staff 3 4 Inklmg Staff 3 4 Band 1 2 Student Senate l 2nd Vlce pr s 3 Boys State 3 etball l 2 3 Football l 2 3 Co capt 4 seball l 2 Natnoml Muslc Camp 3 JAMES R JACKSON Flash Industrlal Basketball IS his middle name Varstty Club 2 3 4 Industrial Arts Club l 2 3 4 Bas etball l 2 3 4 Footballl 2 3 4 Track 2 3, 4 0 .. 4. ' I ' - n H A , ' - - u A ' " Q .H ' 'N . 7 , ' 4 , .I J.H. . l 5, D.S. , 3, 4 I . , . W , I . Ba . . , 3,.4 kb ' 7' '- Q, It .. M ' . ,I 4 . H 'Q . , ' t, 'Z 7 1 ,, A V, it . 1 Y ni-ri? , 9 ' 3 -12 1 A 0 , Q , i ' Q 1 , . .. E, faq. Fx I . f tlill l - F- - Q54 Mf t Y I :J ' H " v V JI , . . my Q L . . . . , I X , -3, , '-"., 8. ' ' lv., 4 .. , - l - I ' . . . ,, ' I - . ,M I . I 1 I ' L . . . . V ,, A . , , . A 1 . 6 il . 1 x s ' 9 I ' Y 7 , , V, VM 3 . Ba , , , 4 3, , A if , I , - e. N V V I Bask . . ,4 ' I s 1 1 ' - A ' ' ' BHS' , , 3, 4 If , - n 4 C ' . . . . 'h ' i 5 5 s .R V l ' R ff , , . . ,, , ' , A ' ' 1 1 Y ' 1 v 7 " k . . . , , - . , , Blllfll' JAMI5 LEROY JARRETT CHARLES LOUIS JOHNSON Red Industrial Charlre Industrlal 110,11 is no,-thier than ,tune A IHIUIS OH I1 HHUUIFI Illld C'lll1fl7C'l6V l6'l0I7lf.' 111171 HIOSY Industrtal Arts Club 3 4 f Lrbrarx Staff 3 4 Industrtal Arts Club 1 7 3 4 "" 'X A CAROL JONES EDWARD M IONKER jeep Commerclal Ed College Wtth Honor In exeutlung she does her besr Fl MU-WC 15 'll'-V fellows rule Iemzg lt mth zeal and est Mlxed Choir 1 2 3 4 Gnrl Reserves 3 4 9, FTA 4 Gtr Sportsl 2 3 4 -Q, "C Class Pres 1 IHS 1 13-v Band Follres 3 4 2 3 Band 1 Treas 2 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 Semor Play Student Senate 1 2 Quartet 2 A Natronal Music Camp 'P PAUL K JUDSEN u College I lzke school bu lets not erdo DELMAR DAVID KAUFFOLD Mlxed Chou- 1 2 3 Dave Commercial Pep Club 3 4 Wlldcat Weekly Staff 3 4 Inltlmg staff 3 4 Pevdflubz 33 4 Jumor Play I1 Senior Play Set Manager rmramural 1 2 3 4 Intramural 3 Track 4 Lne and tlzlnk LILLIAN JOAN KAUFFMAN JANET ELAINE KIPKER Jody General Jan Commerclal A pleasing PEISOHUIIIX C0ll1l7ll1C'!I' A maid of friendly dzsposmon mth u pleasant smzle Girl Reserves 3 4 Grrl Reserves 3 4 Gif 5P0fl51 2 3 Gr Sports 2 3 4 A 1 .I I-I S I D 3 Jumor Play 3 VNAI TLR M LAMNIOI-T LOREN LANE Walt Industrlal R Sklp lndustrml I0lHllI'Lll lx 1 llll 4 Q 6 K Am! KCIIUIHIX he nas u good fallout NESS 3' Pep 3 Xarsm Club 4 lndustrnl Arts Clu Intramural l 4 X.. Intramural " 3 Football 3 4 Baseball I If .. 0 H -::ff'W'f2'W .t .. . r -' ' " . ' .. I- A V - 1, ' tt n , , A ' 2 W ' ' II I I - Y- ', I Z 1:.- 1 f If av l - - M " , - ' H . ' .. - . . 1 - n . .. y 1, . M - fin f , , , Q , . . . . 1 9 y 1 ' I ' f . . . A ' -' , W 1 D.S. , , 4 " " . , - , , Y .it ff? A , , 5 r ' ' ' rlixv.-.v-"ll I ALJ di! - l I I V " ' - t ' ov I A it." ' in , , , 4 'V ' y , ty .. - , - .U , ' , , ' Ba , , , 4 Q Y Y 7 -3 Lu 71 - " -I - I Q X 4 A . 1 , , , W 7, , , 1 , , . FH, . , .. . . . I .S. Y , I I "Stun f vj nn air Pj jr' f 1 llif 1, " 'P ' ' Q ' ' A' ' u ' ' fl- wr' 54 '. Q b2.3.4 . df I NIARION LEISTER "Skin" ' College - With Honor 'Ally nzifltl is my kingdom. Pep Club 3. 4 F A 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Wildcat Weekly Staff 4 Inklmg Staff 4 Honor Scholarship l 7 Junior Play Student Senate 3 4 Intramural' 3 4 NORM ANI DALE LINSNER Worm Commercial With Honor Im not un authority but Ill Il tht nmltl I lime nn opinion Pep Club 4 Annual Staff 4 Honor Scholarship I 2 3 Senior Play Office Assistant 4 Baseball 3 lnternil Accounting 2 3 SHIRLEY PAULINE LOSIK Commercial A .SIHIIL Ifltll ll ready clzcen nm steady Girl Reserves 3 4 A 1 2 F N A 3 Office Assistant 4 KERIN R MCLEAN College Eur Itllllllg and ready I0 0 Girl Reserves 3 4 Gr Sports 3 3 4 DS 4 Spanish Club 3 Pep Club 3 4 FHA l 3 Treas 3 Vice pres LORR AINE ANN MARUSEK Lorie College Quit! courteous mu blue Alu makes ri flzend eter so true Girl Reserves 3 4 FHA 7 FNA Sec 4 '-lu... 5' 'N- au-5 an N9' Gi' 1 4? 53. 'QV -qs- -6' 'fb' 85' sv., wr Q- I il '-Lp f enior JOHN STEPHEN LIERMANJ "Steve" - College - With Honor "One more good man on earth i its mr Illllll an txlrn rm el in l1cm'er1.' Xiixed Choir 2 Band Follies 3 4 nd l 3 4 Junior Play Senior Play Student Senate Alternate I N mon tl Niusic Camp 3 Western Music Worksho Y 3 Sec 3 Pres JANIET M LINTEMOOT Jan College Her funny bone newer fats ur Girl Reserves 3 4 Gr Sportsl 2 3 4 S DS 2 Pe Club 2 3 4 Wildcat Weekly Staff 4 lnkllng Staff 4 Senior Play BETTY JANE LOVEJOY Betty Commercial Never a harclz word 10 anmne Girl Reserves 3 4 Gr Sportsl 2 3 4 IHS 1 DS 2 Pep Club3 4 FHA I VENICE LEE MARTIN Ven College S110 has rt smile that Could knock tlzt Starr out of the sin Girl Reserves 3 4 Pep Club 3 F NA Sec 3 PATRICIA ANN MAST Pi Commercial Some recur charm doth all lur acts attend Girl Reserves 3 4 Pep Club 2 F N A 3 I V. I 3 ' A A -A t , 5 .. , , I , Q , D' ' ' , ' V Ba . 2. . 1 Pres. 3 ' . - if Q r ' - V ' A is I fa' 2 I ' ' ' -- - - . ' n 2 .X N - W ' Hi- -. . . ,. .4 P .- 1 - ,I ' . yi Ig 5 H - V I I, 'U ' X' N, We J.H...l B ' A ' ' - A Q' 'p g l V' L Z L 2 ' , , 4 l Q' X ' F.H..,,3 tag.. fl, U ' 1 ll Wal l . 1 Q H 1,1 ,. . If, v 'LVM'-'v ' H -A . V , . I I si V, 4 't . "HU it -, , p trt A ' . . N, 1 .' , ' .,. . - V4 - V " ' . 3 ' " rt" - ' " -U 2 -, new , 'J 3 F ag " ,5 - I -. . h K ' .. I W W - K , 9111011 JAINICE LOUISE NIAYER Jan Commercial With a pleasant nature that net er tarzes S NANCY ANN MECHLING Nan Commercial Smear and spice and all thats mu sf Girl Reserves 3 4 r Sportsl 2 I J H S l F A l Treats 2 Book Store 4 GEORGEL MILLER JR .I Industrial fa Q Life is so sliort lets all lime fun' Pep Club 3 4 Industrial Arts Club l 2 3 4 Junior Prom 3 Intramurall 2 3 4 aclt2 3 PATSY JEAN MITCHELL 'Pa - College 'This dark lzaired maiden lzas eharfn- I ing ways we all adore. Girl Reserves 3 4 ..2 F.N.A. Pres. 4 BETTX ANN MOHNEY Betty" - Commercial She wears a Crown of gold." Girl Reserves 3, 4 Girl Sports 1. 2. 3, 4 J.H.S. I D.S, 2, 3, Sec. 4 Mixed Choir 4 Pep Club 3 Band Follies 4 'Q f' TE' I Z 3. ROGER MAYER Rog College The man mth the horn Mtxed Choir 1 2 3 4 Vtce pres Band Follies 3 4 B nd12 3 4 Vtcepres 3 Senior Play Intramural 1 2 Quartet 1 2 National Music Camp 3 MICHAEL EARL MILHOLLIN Mtckey General Eyes that sparltle diamond blue Intramural 3 4 BONNIE MINNIEAR JOHNSON Commercial Lllte a song short and sweet Girl Reserves 3 4 A 1 2 3 4 Vice FNA 3 Bible Club 4 PAULINE P. MITCHELL College - With High Honor 3 Brains and beauty - what more can one want! Girl Reserves 3 4 Gir Sportsl 2 3 4 J.H.S. 1 Pep Club 2 3 4 F.T.A. Treasurer 3 8a 4 Class Treasurer 2 Annual Editor-in-chief 4 Wildcat Weekly Staff 3 4 Inkling Staff 3 4 Honor Scholarship l 2 3 4 Homecoming Queen s Court 2 JANET IRENE MOHNEY Jan' - College "Better to be small and slzine, than be large and east a Sll!7d0lt'." Girl Reserves 3, 4 Spanish Club 3 Pep Club 3, 4 F.T.A. 3, 4 Class Officer 4 Library Staff 4 KIETH MOHNEY Moon College Work ascmates me I Could stt f and watch tt all day Pep Club 3 4 Varstty Club 3 4 F TA 4 Junlor Play Student Senate 1 Intramural 1 2 3 4 Baseball 3 4 SHERRY RUTH PALMER Shar Commerctal Wtth Honor It only takes a song from her to scare the clouds away Gtrl Reserves 3 4 S DS 2 3 Vtce pres 4 Mixed Chotr 2 3 4 French Club Treas 2 Pep Club 2 3 4 Band I-olltes 4 Double Trto 4 Offtce Asststant 3 4 THADDEUS ARTLEY PENDLETON Tad College Wtth Honor Our Idea of a regular fellow Pep Club 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Wtldcat Weekly Copy Reader 3 Inklmg Sports Edttof 3 Honor Scholarship 2 3 Plays 3 4 Intramural I 3 4 H1 Y Club 3 Sec 4 PHYLLIS JUNE PETERS Phvl Commerctal Wtth onor I-I Hu frtutds mam ltu oes art there am" FHA 3 Treas 4 Buble Club 3 4 Pres 3 Wtldcat Weekly Staff 3 4 Inklmg Staff X 4 Typtst 4 Honor Scholarshlp 2 3 NANCY LaRAF PRITCHARD Nm Commerclal Wtth Htgh Honor She can hold hu lteatl nttlz pride the hes! ana' slit are sule lx mit Girl Reserves 3 4 J H S l 2 Mtxed Chotr 2 3 4 Pe Club 2 3 4 Btble Club 3 Wildcat Weekly Copy Readel 3 Edttor tn chtef 4 Inklmg Staff 3 4 Honor Scholarshtpl 2 3 4 Juntor Prom Decorations Chairman 3 Band Follies 4 Student Senate 2 Internal Accounting 3 4 J 1' nfl" E tl llll J' Q? 436 1 .psy Nbr qui 'Ya eniur BETTY LUCILLE OSWALT Phtl College Full of fun and mtschtef too dozng all there ts to do Gtrl Reserves 3 4 Glrl Sports l 2 Spanish Club 3 Buble Club 3 4 Wtlclcat Weekly Staff 4 Inklmg Staff 4 FREDRICK DELOSS PATRICK lll Del College When you hear IIIHSIC just look for htm mth tlze btg bass ftddle' Mnted Chotr 2 3 4 Band Folltes 3 4 ndl 2 3 Semor Play National Mustc Camp 1 SARA LOUISE PENZOTTI Sally College Wtth Highest Honor Pretlx to wall. nttlt uttty to tallt ntth mul pleasant to tltmlt about Glrl Reserves 3 4 Gr Sports 1 2 3 4 S DS 2 'Vllxed Cholr 2 4 Spamsh Club 2 3 4 FTA 3 4 Class Secretary 2 Cheerleader 1 2 3 Capt 4 Annual Staff 4 Wildcat Weekly St iff 3 4 Inklmg Staff 3 Feature Ednor 4 Honor Scholarshtp l 2 3 4 Jumor Prom Program Chatrman Band Follies 3 4 Jumor Play Semor Play Homecomtng Queen s Court Double Trto 2 Trlple Trio l CLA RA JEAN PETERSON General Sueet and fatr she seems to be LaGrmge Indiana l 2 3 ELSIE ANN PRITCHARD Elste Commerctal A friendly Qreettrzq and a pleasant smile Gtrl Reserves 4 DS 2 Pep Club 4 enior LARRY KENT QUAKE Bealty Industrlal Abe L1nco111 was 11111 1011 17111 e 11111-111 good Iooltmg Varsrty Club 2 3 4 lndustrlal Arts Club l 2 3 Pres 4 Stage Manager 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Football I 4 Baseball l 2 MARY EDNA REED Mer College Wlth Honor Wherexer she fllll1S 11ers1'1j 111 11f1 1111111 111111111 I1 good 111111111011 Glrl Reserves 3 4 Gtr Sportsl 2 3 4 IHS Pres 1 D 2 Mlxed Cho1r 2 Pep Club 2 3 Chalrman 4 FTA Hlstorlan 3 4 Class Secretary l Wnldcat Weekly Staff 3 4 lnltllng Staff 3 Associate Edltor 4 Honor Scholarship l 2 3 4 Jumor Prom Co chalrman 3 Band Follles 3 Semor Play Student Senate 1 lst Vice pres 4 JAMES EUGENE ROSE Jnm College MHIIIIUIS and 1111111es1x are 1111: ge1111e1111111 s keg B nd I 2 3 Intramurall 2 EILEEN MALETA RUMSEY Maleta Commerclal Wlth Honor T111'e 111116 words q11111 mov! 11111111111' Glrl Reserxes 3 Sec 4 Gnrl Sports 1 2 S DS 2 3 Treas Mlxed Cholr 3 Pep Club 2 3 4 lnltllng Staff 4 Band Follles 4 Office Asslstant NANCY JANE SCHAN7 Y'-an General Qllllf 11111 1111 so 11111' Gnrl Reserxes 3 4 Gnrl Sports 2 FHA l 2 BARBARA LEE REED Bobby College W1th Honor Smrs 1111111 1110111 they 5111110 3 G. Glrl Reserwes 3 V1ce pres 4 'Y Gnrl Sports 1 2 fs-1 1 3 if Mlxed Cholr 2 N, Spamsh Club 3 fi- Pe Club 2 3 4 F T A 4 Class Treasurer Band Folltes 4 Trlple Trlo l TRI- SSA MARIE ROGGELIEN ,Q Terrv Commerclal Ill c111vvroo111 or 111111 Il nelconze 'V llllllt' 51111 1111s for 1111 va Glrl Reserves 3 4 435' ik Y .-.N 1'?"b C f J I ,L no Y 1-' XXX i fl HARRY G ROUSE Industrlal N001 II IYIVF In G C0l'10Ild JOHNNY J SANDERS Cowboy lndustrnal Small 11111 COI77bI1SfI1716 11 ll Ire cracker Pep Club 2 3 4 V rslty Club I 2 3 4 lndustrnal Arts Club I 2 I ramurall 2 3 4 Football l 2 3 4 eballl 2 3 SAN DRA L SHIRE Sands Commerclal lr 11111111 1111111 her long to f11111 111 one Glrl Reserxes 3 4 r Sportsl 2 DS 4 Pep Club 3 4 JUDITH ANNE SHOWERS Judy College With Honor .lust naturally full of fun DS 4 Mixed Choir 4 Band Follies 4 Qumcey Michiganl 2 3 GORDON LEE SMITTENDORF Gord Industrial A sense of humor is a valuable asset Industrial Arts Club 1 2 3 4 Footballl 2 3 Baseballl 2 SHIRLEY ANN STARK Shirl College With Honor It only takes a song from her to scare the clouds away Girl Reserves 3 Vice pres 4 Girl Sports 2 3 Sec 4 J H S 1 2 3 Mixed Choir 2 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 Bible Club 3 Annual Staff 4 Wildcat Weekly Feature Editor 4 Inkllng Staff 3 4 Honor Scholarship 3 Band Follies 3 4 Band 1 Junior Play Senior Play Student Senate 3 4 Library Staff Treas. 3 Pres. Double Trio 2 3 4 Triple Trio 1 National Music Camp 3 PAXTON STECH Packy - General No sinner and no saint Perhaps but well the very best of chaps. Washington High School South Bend Indianal 2 3 NEVA MAE TASE General May her courageous example under the severest hardships be a perpetual example to all of us-young and old. Girl Reserves 3 4 Girl Sports 1 43 N. Eames QIIIUI' CARL SLOCUM Bud Commercial Many have suffered by talk but few by silence Varsity Club 2 3 4 Honor Scholarship 2 Band Follies 3 4 B ndl 2 3 4 Intramurall 2 3 4 I-It Y BOB SNYDER Sam College I can be serious u ld rather be gay Intramural 4 Football 3 Baseball 1 2 CONNIE STEININGER Constance College With Honor There is nothing so queenly as kind ness and nothing more royal than truth Girl Reserves 3 4 J H S 1 2 3 Mixed Choir 2 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 Bible Club 3 Wildcat Weekly Staff 3 Inkling Staff 3 4 Honor Scholarship 1 Junior Play Prompter Senior Play WILLIAM S. SWEET Bill - College Look out this thing h Industrial Arts Club 2 3 Band Follies 3 Junior Play 3 RICHARD M. THAYER Worm - Industrial as wheels! 4 Vim vigor and vitality with plenty of personality. Industrial Arts Club 1 2 3 4 QIIIOI' ADELE FRANCES THOMAS Adlax College and Commerctal Wtth Hrghest Honor Short sweet and petzte Gtrl Reserves 3 4 Gtrl Sports 1 2 3 4 Pe Club 2 3 4 Annual Staff 4 W1ldcat Weekly Staff 3 Inklmg News Edltor 3 Edltor Honor Scholarshlp 1 2 3 4 Iournahsm Certrflcate ARTHUR R TOBLER Ar Commercnal He puts hrs problems aside for H bramy day Spanish Club 3 Pep Club 3 4 Intramural 2 3 4 Llbrary Staff 2 Go 2 3 4 H1 Y Club 2 3 4 SARA ANN WATERS Cherry Ann Commercral Wlth Honor Not wzld or Irzsh but a rose just the same Glrl Reserves 3 4 Honor Scholarshlp 4 Band Follies 3 4 Band 1 2 3 Vtce pres 4 Offtce Asslstant 4 GARY ARTHUR WELLS Industrlal Happy I am from care I am free why arent they all contented ltlte me? Industrlal Arts Club 1 2 3 4 DOROTHY WILLIAMS Dorry Commercxal The mtldesl manners and the gen Iles! heart Brble Club Sec 3 Treas 4 ROBERT HIRSCH fNo Picture! Bob College He smzles on eterg matden and breaks too many hearts Central High, Kalamazoo l, 2. 3 Industrial Arts Club 4 rr RICHARD E THOMAS Dick Industrlal Wrth Honor A srmle for every box and mo for exery girl Pep Club 3 4 Industrial Arts Club I 2 3 Vlce pres 4 Intramural 2 3 4 Football 1 aseball 2 emor Play JOYCE HELAINE WARE J Commercial With sweetness fresh as anv rose Grrl Reserves 3 S 2 Mlxed Cholr 2 French Club 3 Pep Club 3 4 Brble Club 3 Band Follies 4 Book Store 4 Natlonal Muslc Camp 2 LARRY ROBERT WELBURN Welby Industrlal If szlence were golden hed mzllzonatre Pep Club 3 Industrral Arts Club 3 4 Intramural 2 3 F otball l 2 3 ROGER D WIEDENBECK Rog College Classes should be ten mtnutes fue to come ana' fue to go Camera Club 4 Varslty Club 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Wrldcat Weekly Staff 3 4 Inklmg 3 4 Junlor Play Intramural 3 4 Boys State 3 Basketballl 2 seball 1 2 3 H1 Y 2 Vnce pres 3 Se 4 HELEN JANE WOODALL Squeel. Commerctal A pearl of great price Gnrl Reserves 3 4 be a ong f - V 1 ' -nl 5 . fi 1" Jw NICEST SMILE Sharon Baker Art Tobler a-.6 Qf What ,- ,,f' CLASS BOOKWORM Nancy Prnchard Norman Lmsner Then' L1ne9 CLASS PRIMPER Ruth Dean Roger Mayer BEST LOOKING x.-5 Barbara Grover NIOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Larrv Quake Marv Reed Fred Jackson xf' CLASS IOKER Sandra Bellcna dozer Wcudcnbeck NIOST ATHLETIC Betty Oswall Dave Hurd .5 BEST DANCER Mary Ann Brcth Dlck Bobb 'L ar' NIOST SCHOOL SPIRIT SHYEST Sally Penzottn Annette Hall Nidrxon Lelster Bob Bishop Q r I' ' Y A I fl .f " 3 I, A , ,,, TJ " L ' X ' I 2' ' 'I . X , G W I 1' g I I fe y S yy S Q fi .LW A 3,5 , , . --C? I- My I " , 1 4 I ig I T 1 y fy If f .n Z A I H X' 1 N X 7 R 7- X . 17 ' -7 S ' Class Will This document is the last will and testament of the class of nineteen hundred and fifty six The appended signatures slenify approval of the following bequests we grant to the students and ficulty of Three Rlyers High School whether they be good or bad To the Juniors we leave our m ieazine salesmenship :bility To the Sophomores vye leave our pep and vitality To the Freshmen we leave our never endln ideas of doing something different To the Rhmies we leave the hope md patience it takes to attain the name of a Sdmor Individual Bequests I Fred Jackson will the position of President of the Student Senate to Ted Todd with the provision that he allow me to be it him as a Senator to the U S Senate I Bill Sweet leave my hot rod driving ability to Cy Stevenson We Nancy Pritchard and Sandra DeLong leave all our woes and problems in the Internal Accounting Department to Norma Jean Ely and Edith Lmsner I Norman Lmsner leave I Sandra Shire leave my quiet ways to Ruth Fornaresio"' We Sally Penzottl Adele Thomas Nancy Pritchard and Pauline Mitchell leave our class honors to any four Junior girls who can beat out all the boys as we did We Sandra Bellezza and Janet Lmtemoot leave our gentle ways OJ to Georgia Tobler and Barbara Ziegler I Nancy Baker Senior leave Nancy Baker Junior the privilege of carrying on our name I Jim Jackson leave my height to Punk Blade We John Adams and Marion Leister leave to become lawyers and have an other try at a case as in Government tWonder which one will have more evidence this timeqj We Dorothy Baker and Annette Hill lelye our quiet yyays to Cuddles Barkalow and Gusste Wetdenbeck OJ We Steve Lierman Roger Mayer Ed Jonker Carl Slocum Ken Davis Jerry Evans David Kauftold and Fred Patrick le rye our musical ability and our quiet ways tn band to Donald Neamen ind Mike Faektor I Sandra Hill leave to finish my wedding plans We Bill Burns Dick Bobb Keith Mohney Art Tobler and George Miller leave together to take our fun making pr inks elsewhere to relieve Miss Anderson for a whlle I Roger Wetdenbeek leave my keen sense ot wit to Mike Marietti and Joe D Amore We Bob Hirsch and Clara Peterson le rye xfter just gettnng acquainted with R High Dale Hagenbuch leave to join Putty Mel Davis leave without Janice mueh to my regret Jim Jarrett leay my red hair to Mary Vtckrey John Sanders leave my het ht to Terry Wetandt I Martha Brooks leaye to yyait for Carol to finish service We Venice Martin and Betty Vlohney letye to continue our good times together Qvvtth Dude and Earl of eourset I Shirley Stark leave yytthout Ted tnoyy hell h tye to do his oyyn chemistrylt I Bonnie Mmnieir Johnson le iye to join my husband ,g e,, M., ,, , .. 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L L , . 9 1 , - 1 1 ' " '.'t"za'qv "Y ' ' I 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 7 , L 1 1 .1 1 ' 1 A v 1 Y I7 7 7 ' I ' 1,9 1 1' 1 1 ' , , ., .. 1 - 11 ' ' 3 .1 1 1 1, 11' 1 " '. ,' 9 9 ' ' 1 ' 1 .X 1 s1,1-I ' ' , d. 1. 1 y 1' 1 1 e .1 , .. 7 7 0 9 ', - ' .1 - '11 1-, ' - 1 -1 , L . , L 1 Class Wlll We Ruth Dean and Gaul Errckson leave our cheerleadrng abrlrty to those who wrll strlve for rt as vve have We Martha Houts Barbara Reed and Glorra Esmav leave our blonde locks no' on second thought vve ll take them vv 1th us Sharon Baker Jeanre Cvroyean and Jeanette French leave our sweet smrles to Margaret Hoshel and Rosalre Hams Bettre Barth and Connie Stemmver leave our jobs at Hudsons Drug Store to anyone who lrkes to fri cokes e Joyce Ware and Nancy Mechlrna leave the responsrbrlrty of the book store to two ambltrous Junror girls We Erleen Rumsey and Sherry Palmer leave to join the Johnson Corpo ration QI-Iow re you commg on those mvorcesoj I Pat Mast leave my attractive eyes to Janet Welburn I Dave Hurd leave my lbllllv rn sports to Stuart Davis We Jackre Bera and Janet Mohnev leave even rf the Rhmles are taller than we I Mary Ann Berth leave my harr stvles to Alrson Bramer I Joyce Hackenberg leave my IIIISCBICWOUS ways to Llnda Robison We Barbara Hack Barbara Ash Cort Cook Sally Davrs Sara Waters Shlrley Losrk and Bettre Barth le 1ve to yom our men We Patsy Mrtchel Betty Lovejoy 1nd Jrm Rose leave our black tresses to Roberta Cosner and Sara Bowers We Mrckey Mnlhollm Ken Hull md Paul Judson leave our blue eyes to Darlene DeLong We Janrce Horner Carol Jones and Kerrn McLean leave our abrlrty to have fun to Janet Ransbottom and Bonnie Mohney We Larry Quake and Ro er Mryer leave our way wrth the women to Lee Stanard and Jlm Stokoe I Rosalre Bmgaman leave for Marcellus to yorn my man We Chuck Anable St rn Brxler Mrke Crrrrer Alex Atkmson and D1ck Thomas leave wrth our Fords all shrmn md ready to go I Betty Barkalow leave mv Ions. hur to Conme Ames I Betty Henschel le ive mv ever chmcrna h ur to Pat Grrffm Srgned thls day ot X AD . 1.2.51 9'-0'-4 Presrdent Vrce Presrdent .Q Secretary Treasurer Wrtnesses 6 Advrsor Advrsor O . . 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Qifl ,JL if GX N , Mxke Blalock Treasurer Mnss Magner Advrsor March Durren Presldent Rosahe Harrrs Secretary Bxll Herndon Vtce presrdent Iunlor Class Thxs was by far our busrest year As Jumors we really were 1n the mrddle of the school s act1v1t1es We started the year rollmg by takmg charge of the concesslon stand at three of the football games and we sponsored the post games dances whxch followed two of them Many of our more journahstlc mmded members jomed the Wxldcat Weekly and Inklmg staffs and really had fun helpmg to get the news out We had a large number of boys on the football basketball track and other athletlc teams and Prlscllla Barkalow added honor to our class by bemg chosen as a member of the Varslty cheerleadmg squad Near the close of the flrst semester we sponsored a very successful bake sale at Bankers Pamt Store Thls helped to increase our ever growmg bank account On November n1nth we sponsored our Junlor Play Headm for the Hrlls We sold a great number of tlckets and our hlllbllly farc was a real success Flnally May 5 the nrght we had looked forward to all year the Junlor Senior Prom' Thls spr1ng we chose as our theme lf you can dream Margaret Hoshel and Don Neaman were Co Chalrmen and they helped by many members of the class made our dance a beautxful dream Jack Mastellers Orchestra pro vlded the muslc for the dancers Sandra Hecklebower was decoratmg chalrman Ted Todd was ln charge of the program at the supper before the Prom Allson Bramer was chalrman of the supper and the Chdlfflldli ot programs and mvntatxons was Dave Pellegrom At the end of the year we pald trnbute to the Semors by decoratmg for the Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises and were ushers tor both programs Mlss Magner was our ever capable advrsor and here we express our smcere thanks for her helpful guldance throughout the year Af: BK Ames Connxe Anderson Nancy . 5 Baker Nancy Barkalow Pnscllla Berry Davxd Bmder Wllllam Blade Kenneth Blalock Kenneth Bloom James Boeschensteln Charles Bonse Jerry Bonfoey Steve Borger Judy Boulette Hams N, Boulette Janda Bramer Allson Bubetz Rosemarle Burchard Wllllam Burgert Beverly Cameron Richard Carpenter Gordon Cleveland Cynthxa Cook Peggy Cosner Roberta DAmore Joseph Dav1s Stuart DeLong Darlene Dlmmlck Veronica Dunnmgton Sandra Durren March Eastes Delman Facktor Ronald Fife Phlllxp Fltch LeRoy Rlchard Fornareslo Joe fi N'-sr Fornareslo Ruth A Fosdrck Peggy " Gearhart Rlchard -, Gotschall Tom Gregory Norman x 4' 3 X X4 ll 'lag IX 1 Iunior M.-r Q! B2 Iuniors all 0 3: H3 K -1 1-wx 48' 'S iff! il X all had D1 fi -9 lamina ' Grnffm Patr1c1a Hackenburg Sandra Halter Jlm Harms Rosalee Hazel Marybeih Heckelbower Sandra Herndon Wllllam Hoshel Margaret Houghtalmg Edward Irwm Mxldred Jansen Johr' Jacobs Laura Jessup Ida Killian RoseAnn LeMense Michael Lesslg Gayle Llllxe Caryl Loslk Pearl McCally James McCally Jerry McDonald Joe Marvm Charles Mlller Shlrley Mlracle Roger Mohney Bonnie Mohney James Myers James Nash Donald Neamen Donald Neighbours Nancv Norton Arvls Parsons Kermxt Pellegrom Dave Peterson Elaine Ransbottom Janet Reed Connie Reed Kathrxn Reed Thomas Renff Terry i ll' ' A . . . . . 4 'vg 1 ,M 1 Fl I A 2 K .y - . , A 1 rg - 1, 'Y ' I K J' 1 ' , ' ' C. , ' nj. Q . 1 fs.: -6 , 5 I 3? 'T ' . ' , 2 C , - F? Q , 'w . ' ' -r V ' - - W -Y! . I M ig 'es I VL V . , , I A V, ' as ' l V . ' V '7 J 1 3 ar! 'rf 7 K' 66 ' ' -T .A A ., A , u gli " - - A XM ,I , I Y . K f XR , A x, '4 -w If L "' 4 I . ,, ' - . 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' Headm fgr I 0 If the Hills Sandra Hall Vlce presrdent Mrs Barlow Advrsor Barbara Smlth Treasurer Jeff Kerser Presrdent Sally Reed Secretary ophomore Class ThlS was the begmnmg of our senlor hlgh school days and as Sophomores we entered mto the actlvltres wrth real enthusrasm We all were very slncere ln our school spxrrt so we supported the Wrldcats fand Kltsj all we could Many of our boys represented the class on the Reserve football and basket ball teams and three of our classmates Sally Reed Sandra Hall and Judy Reed were selected for the Reserve cheermg squad Our class rs very proud of all these glrls and boys who dld such a fme job Our academrc record certamly cannot be overlooked for we led the honor roll wlth thlrteen members th1s year Of course our most xmportant achrevement this year came early ln March We selected a commrttee to plCk out our class rmgs and then we all voted for the style we llked best All thrs makes us very anxlous to recelve our rmgs next fall On Aprll 13 we sponsored a verv successful all school party We had a wonderful t1me plannmg and attendlng lt and made some money too Now as we leave our Sophomore days behmd and look forward to the role of Juniors we offer our apprecratron and thanks to our able advlsor Mrs Barlow who wrth patrence and understandlng helped so much to make thls a successful year 'aqua- ilk Anderson Carol Blttmg Judy Blood Jewel Boughton Kenneth Bowlby Kenneth Bradford Duane Brandenburg Kurt Breth James Brooks Agnes Brooks Edward Brown Wllllam Brundnge Eugene Brunner Leslre Buckhold Chris Buel Roy Callendar Jackle Captam Wavne Chapman Ardlth Clark Walter Collnns Charlene Coombs Dolly Cottmgham Donald Davls Phllllp Davrs Rlchard DeHaan Ronme DeLaere Shirley Dettmar Elizabeth Detwller Marqulta Detwller Marsha Dlethrtch John Dolph Penanne Drew Sandra Dunmngton Fred Durren Rex Elrschele Vlrgrl Ely Norma Emmerlmg Russell Fxkar James Fnsh Ruth 51 X? x"an'PlX ophomore C151 WA 'MIS' thi ll -'Y rv- , it fi YVL 2 'WS 1' ai-5 y .ffq 3 tm' X x 1 try ptr I ' I -'ef ,. , , ' 4 J ' t.. 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John Hackler Shlrley Hall Sandra Hand Nancy Harsh Mary Havens Patrlcla Hemenway Carole Henschel Marlene Henschel Ronald Herschleb Jerry Hxll Kay Hlllxard Ted Houseworth Loretta Houts Mary Jo Jansen Judy Jarrett Janet Johnson Darlene Jones Olm Kauffman Kenneth Keene Sandra Keene Ted Kelser Jeffrey Keith Kathleen Kmg Bull Kleer Fred lxovxc Alex Krxexms Armand Lexus George Llby Rodney Lxnn Gary Lmsner Edlth Lunsford Mary McCally Davld McJury Bette Martin Jay Meyer Leo Mxller Lmda Mohney Rlchard Moore Jack Myers Ruth Neely Dale Nelson Robert Nichols Dorothy Nldy Eldon Orr Andrew Oswalt Nancy Parrrs Nell Parrlsh Wllbur Parsons James Pond Nancy Porter Debby Pursell Patty Reed Judy Reed Sally Remmgton Richard Rcntfrow James Renwald Anne Rlegle Larry Rlfenberg Shlrley Romng Betty Schanz Barbara Shelton Wrllastyne Sloan Janice Smallcombe Laura Smith Barbara Spence Joan Sperry Mar1'ou ...an '7 ophomores l Ski. ll X1 W 15 rv! 'S sf: '7 Q3 9-f uf' 1 'Q X Studebaker Mary H' -1- 'S' Summers Thomas Swanwlck Kathryn ? ophomore . Q . Q I v xv f . Xi 1: ' 'N -5 In ... Y - K .. W .Xi L, S Xxx 'F 4 7 4 l I '1 l lk ' ' f I A x N i D I., swinehart. Norman -.3 Thompson. Gale Tokarski. Mary 'V Tomlinson. Ealy , Townsend, Darilynn Wagner, Phyllis Wagner. Tom Watson. Sandra White. Mary Whitney. Charles NVuods. James York, Rodney Ziegler, James Ziesmer, Grace +25 4- 1 " .0,l...r .., fi' 1 'y' I" 'wifi-'Q XJ N Mr. Winters, Advisor. Ray Comeau. Vice-president, Bill Smith, Treasurer, Stanley Penzotti President Julie Brovnn Secretary Pre hman Class After a year of being the youngest ones 1n school we really looked forward to this our Freshman year for we felt that we now were really a part of T R H S The girls went through the ordeal of the Girl Sports 1n1t1at1on and then became true members of the club We really had a great representation in the athletic program for many of our boys went out for all the teams We supported our Freshman football team with real enthusiasm and since many of our boys were on the reserve team we cheered them on too One mem ber of our class Bob Mitchell even took over a first string position on the Varsity team Then the basketball season made its appearance the Reserve team was composed almost enttrelx of members of our class Three of our boys Joe Brackett Fritz Dickens and Bob Mitchell were even promoted to the Varsity team during the season We also were represented on the cheerleading squad as one of our girls Linda Manos was chosen a reserve cheer leader We had a high academic standing too tw elve of our class made the honor roll We Joined the Rhtnies in January to put on a very highlv successful Junior High Party Wh1Ch helped us learn hoxx to plan future dances and parties As this S5 56 year draws to a close xx 1th our annual picnic we look forward to our remaining three xears hopint that thex continue to be as satisfytng and enjoyable as this year has been be is as 1 15 Q u V - . 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Q :A - a g f..2," ' 1 5' Ti f Jan-1- '-" 1,1 ' "- 1' vs f--as.. ..-f if. -Q- 'viq 'it : 1 Anderson Marxlyn Arndt Paul Arnev Charles Atkmson Roger Austrn Gary Beal Allen Beck James Bernhardt Ann Bnshop Ann Blshop Cora Black Thomas Plalock 'iharalyn Blank Krlstln Blood Glenn Bonme Jerry Borger Jonathan Bowden Kae Bowers Sara Bowersox Walter Poyer Laura Braclxett Joe Brnstol Rlchard Broltcr Rxchsnrd Bronstetter Betty Brown Julle Buck Shnrlev Buel Mary Butler Julta Cnptam Carolyn Chrlstophersen Loma Chpfell Harold Cole Bonme Combs Klm Comeau Raymond Concannon Mlchael Davts Ltnda Davxs Marllyn Dlcken Robert Dnethnch MaryBeth Dobrowolski Frances 'Q' T' Fre hmen ,- Y? fs --4 is is Pre hmen V00 3 -S G I eg K P , v 'jr ,5 I-. X JC -5 Dock Karen Edson Harold Eicholtz Barbara Emmons Roger Esmay Paulette Facktor Michael Feltz Carolyn Fornareslo Susann Forrester Patricia Fnncke Penny Fuller Joy Furlong Kenneth Galinet David Geibe Donald Godshalk Carol Goodenough Esther Gordon Larry Hackenberg Larry Hackenberg Peggy Hamilton Geoffrey Hardy Margene Harris Evelyn Hemenway Jim Heywood Barry Hicks William Hier Madelme Hollis Kenneth Horner Denms Hoshel William Holverstott Carole Houts Betty Javello Jerry Johnson Sharon Josef Wayne Kaiser Douglas Kauffman Betty Kauffold Mary Keith Donald Keith Patricia Kline Carol Knapp Btll Kohl Ruth Kramh Dan Lasstla Sandra Lehman Lynn Leplanka Barbara Illlle Keith Longway Harry Lostk Judy Lusk Danny McDamel Robert McArthur Kenneth Manos Linda Maystead Rosalxe Meadows l-mm Mellen Yvonne Mlhllls Ronald Mlholer Jerry Mlller Judtth Mttchell Robert Mowrey Nancy Myers Richard Naylor JoAnn Norton James ONeal James Parrns Hugh Pearson Suzanne Penzottn Stanley Plerce Charles Poff Sona Potter Jon Quake Tom Raderstorf Larry Ream Carol Rentfrow Dawd Rmdone Roland Rmdone Rosalle Rtpley Lee Roberts Davtd Roggelien Jon a Lee l 61 '3 -,4 ull: -11 Freshmen T7 -Y 41 .1 T ,A ..,, Pre hmen -90 5 T7 'T 'TP' 's Q '7 Xl? T 0 wa 38? E X f txt Romtg .lox ce Rosenbaum Ronald Ruggles -Xlnce Ruggles Gerald Rumsew Larrx Rxan Elleen Salmer Gerald Salter George Schultz Kenneth Shutes Jerry Smtth Cora Smith Donna Smtth Lots Smlth Wtlltam Smtttendorf Carol Snyder Phyllls Stemtnger Karen Stoner Robert Swartz Darlene Smatltowslu Arlene Tackaberry Norma Thor Trevor Tntta Regtna Tobey Paul Waters Marlon Watson Marsha Weaver Judx Welli Rtchard Werner Sharon Vletherhee Betty Wetherhee JoAnn Wlllt rms Thelma Vkood Rlchard Vloodall Karen Workman Donna X earlmg Sandra N oung Kathryn Zlesmer Kathleen Ztto Mary ' - Ai? J - 7' - Q V I I F 4 .- , A 'l I 4 I 'J F- Q S rw wi, , ., 536 ' , , x ,Q , ll, I 7 Qkznfh Iii' x XA I A 'L . . v , fl ' 1' fi 'T' Q ' t I A . .. V X X Swartz, Lowell WM ' .j 'Q ' f' ' . 't N T - tx X :X U ul - ' 1 g xi., X S Rf? Q, . .1 D' " 1 A5 T K: ' . . I ' P 1, T - : , w , 3 ff? Y .aj 'W " ' . J. 3 xxx , fa F E Q ,3, r V' Il L 'ik I 4 S ' --if Y A ' . .kxwpa ,, I ' , I . , A Gwen Reed Presrdent Judy Kerser Secretary Mr Thompson Advlsor Mary Tobm Vrce presldent Norma Wcllmgton Tre rsurer Rhlmes Gee were we scared our frrst day of hrgh school' As Rhmres thrs year we werent the most actrve class rn school but we drdnt let our berng the youngest curb our enthuslasm After frgurmg out the schedule of classes our next problem was f1nd1ng them Fmally, wrth the help Cor hmdrancel of the upperclassmen we settled down to the routme of TR h1gh We szaxe our full support to our Wrldcats and came en masse to all the games and events Some of our members were m the band and they also rece ved a lot of encouragement from us In January we jomed wrth the nmth graders to sponsor the Junror Hlgh Party which was held on a Frrday nrght We had a grand I1l'llC plannrng for ll All our hard work pard off for the party was a huge success Our class was smart too We were well represented scholastrcally wrth a large number of us makmf' the honor roll Fmally our frrst year came to a close as we held our annual prcnrc Nova vue look ahead to next fall when we offrclally become Freshmen' :uf U NX If 6,3 Lal ew Arnold Barbara Arnold Davld Avery Charles Baker Barbara Baker Kenneth Baker Sandra Barnhardt Charles Black Beverly Blade Rlchard Boeschenstem Elizabeth Bonfoey Douglas Bomne Twtla Bowersox Karen Briggs Larry Bronstetter Danny Brown Maxme Burchard Lola Carter Steve W W Rhiniet -Ar' I El Ill I- ll ll ll "3 Us Chenoweth Terry qw Chlddlster Brenda - Clark Karrell Collms Donald Cook Charles Cook Nancy Cottmgham Carol Crego Bernie Cutler Bill DaMore Paul DeHaan Albert nv Dehn Wllllam Dlmmxck Deann Drmmlck Leann Dobrowolskl Judlth Drew Susan Dunlap Mlchael Dunn Patricia Dyer Marcxa Eastwood Sharon Ernckson Kurt Evans Martha N tx-'55-m , 'ls "'T '? iv! 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Skeer Mary Slocum John -1 4, Smetana Joe Smith Douglas Smtth Sandra Rhlnles J Q x :Vu YF' t-fy 715 Speece Lmdt Speece Paul 1 'I' ,pf Stanard Ronme l Rhinie ?v -sf Qtt 73 -v-P ,, 5? ! if R W 4 S QNQVQIZI4' ,, V, I 5: 1' 2 ' .L 'f j -J' A ft Y ' leaf! . . I 1 .1 N N Studebaker. Margaret Thomas. Patricia Tobin. Mary Waller. Melvin Warner. Bernice Waters. Susan Watts. Carolyn Welhurn. Douglas Wellington. Norma Westmore. Leslie Wetherbce, Raymond Wilson. William Young. Denelda Wellington. Annette N0 PICTURE: Briggs. Judy Giles. Bill McClain. Verna Wagner, Ronald Weaver, Larry ,J .,U'.:1. . 1 :A ', ' ' hu' 'Q ,wt , ' 1' 5 l is .mia nut..-m L2--v ' Honor tudents SENJORS GRADUATING WITH HONOR First Row: Sandra DeLong. Sharon Baker. Sara Waters. Judy Showers. Shirley' Stark. Phyllis Peters. Connie Stein- inger, Jean Grojcan. Second Row: Fred Jackson. Gail Erickson. Barbara Gro- ver. Barbara Reed. Sherry Palmer. Betty' Barkaloyy. Dorothy' Baker. Marion Leister. Tltinz' Row: Denny' DeBest. Steve Lierman. Tad Pendle- ton. Dave Hurd. Dick Thomas. Ed Jonker. John Adams. No! in Pit-turu: Mary' Reed. Norman Linsner. Rosalie Bingaman. Eileen Rumseyx NINTH GRADE HONOR STUDENTS l"1'ryI Rimp' Madeline Hier. Sara Bowers. Penny Frineke. Julie Broun. Carol Godshulk. Karen Steininger. -Slffffflff ly'f1u.' Mike Facktor. Stanley Penzotli. Bill Smith. Geoffrey Hamil- ton. Kristin Blank. Alan Beal. EIGHTH GRADE HONOR STUDENTS Iiiyl R.in. .-Xnnelle Wellingtoii. Betty lioewlieiisieiii. Judy Keisei. Delmrali Hamilton. Sitffiziz' Rini, Put llionias. Susan Nkiteis, Ciyyen Reed. TENTH GRADE HONOR STUDENTS l'lf'lIRr11i.'PaIHaYCI'1s. Edith Linancr Norma Juan lily. Mary Tokarslti Phlllis Wagner. Jane Griffith. .sjldffllltf Rim: Joyce Grover. Judv Bit' ting. sam Recd. Jeff Kciwr.'John Coates. Judy Recd. Mary Jo Houts, , 7 52-4 AT ELEVENTH GRADE HONOR STUDENTS l'i1'iI Rwr: Peggy Cook. Rosalie Har- ris. Alison Bramcr. Marybcth Hazel. Margaret Hoshel, Stffwifl Run: Phil File. Daw Pelle- grom. Tom Recd. Roger Miracle. Don Neuman. Jim Stokoe, .llllkll-ll,L'.' Knaomia Wilson. 'DW- Honor tudents lL' , f l , f .4.-- i xx - TWELFTH GRADE HONOR STUDENTS lotti. Gail Erickson. Phyllis 'Pctcrx Shirley Stark. Svuuzfl Row: Pauline Mitchell. .-Xtlclc Thomas, Sandra DeLong. ,learn Gro- jean, gn Aviv Dlx l"ir,s1 Row: Sara NVatcrs. Sallv Pen- GTI ITIE v A 1 9 f Y Z . , .:A'V aft, 'V T - J l . 1 . .f x ' -A, 1 ' JI, 1 . x A v ' v A 5 wJ! xrx , ..1:1 l 9 pf , , ' V TM, 5,!A ?. v Rl' l 1 mf Q . s?'L, V 1 v I 1 A .i I 1, ,. :WH . 5 , 5' QNX -gn. Q8-,ggi L 'sf ef 'X 1-41-.I I' V I' ii 1 M7 1' ":o 14 -iv fx Front ron M1ke Facktor Jackne Bera Sally Reed Judy Reed Betty Boeschenstem Lmda Foster Jane Grlfflth Second run Marlon Lelster Martha Steck Annette tudent The Student Senate during the school year 1955 1956, accompllshed what was labeled the most constructlye tdea ever to come out of a student senate tn th1s hlgh school Thls was the Student Code and Creed wh1ch was adopted by the Senate on February 23 1956 and presented by offlcers tn a dlscusston assembly to the student body on February 24 Fred Jackson Jackle Bera and Martha Steck attended the Twm Valley Student Councll meet mg at Clear Lake At thus meetmg the eight schools ln the league adopted the constttutlon of the Twln X alley Student Counclls of yy hlch Three Rlyers 1s now a member The Senate thls year also boosted parttclpatlon 1n the noon hour program by showmg seyeral moyles operatlng a study room and startmg the noon hour dancmg program yyh1t.h was ably Welllngton Ahson Bramer Shirley Stark Pat Havens Stanley Penzottl Jeff Hamtlton Thzrd row Fred Jackson Deborah Hamllton Penny Frmcke Ted Todd Tom Reed Mary Reed Jeff Kalser Dave Klmgel QIIEITQ conducted by Jackte Bera and Martha Steck Wlth the help of the student body the Senate purchased a phonograph to be used for noon hour dancing and other act1y1t1es The Senate co sponsored the post game dance w 1th the 56 Annual Staff after the Sturgls game The offtters ot the Senate were Fred Jackson Second Vnce presldent Tom Reed Secretary and Jeff Ketser Treasurer The Senate chose as tts advlsors Mr Blink 'Vlr DeLong and Mr Wmters Commlttee ehatrmen who dxd outstandmg work durme the year lntluded Ted Todd Soctal com mtttee Shlrley Stark Publlclty commlttee Mary Reed Pep comnuttee and Jackle Bera and Martha Steck noon hour dancmg . , , y 1 D S. v 1 , y . , N - - .1 X T 1 1 , " ,E ' ' ' , ' ' A' President, Mary' Reed, Vice-president, Ted Todd, , . s , . Y 3, - , - . - . - . ' -V F l l V I A ' I .- I v . I ' O a - . 5 V , v , , ., . 1, L , - . . -frm-'y"' ' ' " ' ' ' l .I I' U Q ,aan- TED TODD FRED JACKSON Second Vice-President President MARY REED First Vice4President JEFF KEISFR TOM REED Treasurer Secretary To know the rxght that we may Cherlsh lt 'ind the xyronv that we may r1ght1t To develop the best that IS ln ourselves that we may better serve those wlth whom we llve To have 1 sense of responslblllty for our world and .1 sympathy for all man kmd To reserve ull thmns sured md to appreuxte all things beautiful To CUlllVdlC that loyalty whlch shall make us worthy cltxzens of the natlon and wlth open mmdedness whlch sh 1ll enable us to become worthy cxtlzens of the world To thls creed we the youth of T R H S would adhere Q.-IV IWR WINTFRQ MR Del ON-G MR BLANK Advlgor Adusor Advisor . ,T ' - ,, 'tri l 2 , , 1 t xx 5 , yt, ' x X' HH S it - 1. ' t ' ' ' . ' D ' ' ' . 2. . ' ' t ' ' ' 3. 2 J I Q ' ' 1' ,L ' ' 4 - 4. 2 ' V. ,. ' 2 . "1 t ' ' . 6. ' , f .... , . fa , ' f no ' ' t E -E n E - I-irst Rmi Betty Lovejoy Patsy Mitchell Janet Linte moot Pauline 'Vlitchell Jackie Bera Ruth Dean Jean Grojean Janet Nlohney Barbara Ash Martha Houts Betty Henschel Joyce Haekenberg Helen Woodall Pat Mast Second Rui Naney Mechling Sally Davis Adele Thom as Martha Brooks Sherry Palmer Connie Steininger l-ileen Rumsey Sandra DeLong Jeanette French Gloria Esmay Nancy Baker Carol Jones Sara Water Sandra Shire Tressa Roggelin GA when 5"""1'f- 'es .A-,mamma-and fa.. 5 Tlm1Rou Janet Kipker Sandra Bellezza Nancy Prit chird Barbara Grover Barbara Ree Sharon Baker Shirley St lrk Shirley Collins Kiren McLean Lorraine M lrusek Betty Osvyalt Rosalie Bingaman Janice Horn er Joyce Ware I'u1rIli Rim Mrs Agosti Mary Reed Sally Penzotti Mary Xnn Breth Betty Barkalow Dorothy Baker Btrbui Hack Nenite Martin Betty Mohnev Sandra Hill Nancy Sehmz Shirley Losik Bonnie Minniear Girl Pie et ve 5- ci? Looking over plans for one ol their many pr views 'ire the o ficers and adyisor of Girl Rcstrycs. Sitting are Shirley Stark. Vice-president. Rosalie Bingaman. President. Yylrs. Agosti. Nlary Ann Breth Pro rim Chiirman Slimline ire liileen Rumsey Sec . . g a A A , . 4 3 1 1 I. A retary. Barbara Reed. Vice-president. and Sally Penzotti. Treasurf er. Remember Girl Reseryesq This remark is alyyays made when 1 Group ot T R alumnae are talkin-' lor the Girl Reserve Club is one ol the ltrf est md most enjoyible in the school VI ide up ol neirly ill the Junior and Senior Girls it helps brine all the members of the tyyo el tsses eloser toeether yyhile yyork inf' and h iyinv 1 it od time The Girl Reserves began their year vyith a Senior Meetine. where they planned for the mber party. theld Oct. 7l. 'ind for e formal initiation lor the neyy members. This in ressive emdlelirht initiation was d October I2 when the Junior members re- ceived their pins1 'il'terw'irds the rirls' mothers were honored :Llesls -it the proeram following the ceremony. Every Girl Reserve was busy aroun Christmastime. Besides presenting the Christ- mas Chapel and decorating the auditorium the G.R.'s put on their own Christmas party and also gave food to needy families in Three Rivers. During this sc tson they sold Christmas Cards First rms Mrs Agostl Judy Wellington Nancy Biker Ktthryn Reed Bonnie Nlohney Judy Borgcr Silly Woodtll Darlene Del ong Pat Scott Arvis Norton Rosemarie Bubctl Kniomii Wilson Serum! ron lglsic Ann l,l'llLlllI'C.l lanctWelburn Martht Steck Sandra Dunnmgton Gayle Lessig Ruth Fornare sto Shirley 'Vliller Neromci Dimmiclt Peggy Cook Cynthia Cleyel ind Sandra Hecltlebower Arla Faye Sar e Third mu Peggy Fosdiclt Pit Griffin 'Vlildred Erwin Beverly Burgert linda Boulctte Conme Reed Anna Westphtl lelune Peterson Qtndri Wiedenbcclt Georgii Tobler Darla Ry in linda Robison Alison Brimer Margaret Hoshel Fourth ron Caryl lillie Mtrybcth Ha7el Rose Killian Shirley Collins Nancy Nleighbouis Pris illt Birltalow Janice Tobin Connie Ames Pe trl losils Idi Nl te Jessup Mary Viclsrey Barb tri Yiegler Girl Re erve calendtrs ot the school years activities and di rectories which listed all the high school students ind their xddrcsses Ol course ill ictiyity between Christmas and February N xy is centered on the G R Formal This Xe tr the theme was Cinderella Ball and as usutl the Cum was beautiful the result of months ot work md many clever ideas Next the club g'1VC a very' lovely and impres- sive Easter chapel for the entire student body. Money-making projects followed and they were finally on their way' to St. Mary' s Camp to spend '1 weekend which no Girl Reserve can ever forget. There the new officers were installed and the Seniors sadly saw their last year draw to a close. To 'tdvise this club is a big job for it takes patience 'ind ft real willingness to work with girls. Our huts 'ire ofl' to the G.R. s ever capable ad- visor Mrs. Agostil Flu! Rau Mr Grltflth Terry Relff Duck Cameron Jtm Woods Rex Durren Ronnie Facktor Dave Mc Cally Dtck Remmgton John Coates Dave Forshey Mr Stutesman Sec0l1a'R0u John Scttle Chuck Mtrvm Rogcr Wleden beck Make LeMense Iom Reed March Durren Phrl Flfe Mtkc Blalock Ph1lDav1s Davc Berry James Coler 'Bn Thml Rau Kcn Boughton Joe DAmore Mxke Canter Fred Jackson Tad Pendleton Dave Pellegrom Jeff Ketser Art 'Ioblcr Kurt Brandenburg Dave Foerster Jlm Breth Steve Llerman Inmrlz Ron Armand Ktlcvlns Brll Burns Ken Hlll Chuck Boeschenstem Tom Gotschall Ted Todd Duck Bobb Harrts Boulette Stcve Bonfoex Eldon Ntdy Ronnxe DeHaan Tom Summers H1Y The H1 Y Club rs made up of Sopho more Jumor and Semor boys One of the requlrements for membershtp IS four hours of servxce completed before lnlll anon Man5 members serve as many as twenty hours during the year ln helpful ways around the school and communlty At the begtnrung of the school year the club held 1ts formal 1n1t1at1on cere mony The mothers attended as special guests of their sons This year the H1 Y acquired a new prmtmg press and prmted thetr football and basketball provrxms which were sold at games After one of the basketball vimes the H1 Y sponsored a succcssful post Game dance In February the mcmbers elected thetr second semester otflcers Later tn the year these officers muted Dr Charles O Dell and Dr John O Dell to talk to the club. X""S WY X2 lhe offtccts an tdxtsots of H1W look our thc plans for the post game dancc xxhrch thcx sponsotcd Snttmg IH thc ftrst row are Dila. Pcllcbtom ltctsutct Stcxc llcrman Presldcn Mr Grlf ttth and tn thc second lou arc Nir kme Tcd Todd Flnanctal Scctctarx Chuck Nlarxnn Xtce prcstdcnt and Rogcr Wledenbeck SLLlLldfY W' VV ff---wt., At the end ofthe year a meet rnf was held to present servxce plns and patches to members who had earned them Because Mr Stutesman and Vlr Qrrttxth the former sponsors ot the H1 Y lett this tear the idxrsor s responslbllltx was glven to Mr Kane the teacher re pl tcm-1 Mr Stutesman Mr Kane has done a rnarxelous job thls xear and hrs help has certalnly arded the club 1n experrencrng another xery successful and en joxable year at TRHS Presrdent Drck Bobb V1cePres1denl Smndmq Denny DeBest Treasurer Tad Pendleton Secretary . hi! yllb AA f 1 " 1 - A , . i ,l V! 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A U H i,.f,,,tt g . if If 9 P ' 1 ' " -I 2 t i , I g ' if t I QQ, 1 5 ' - ga 3 Fmt Rau Bettv Lovejoy Adele Thomas Sandra Wie denbeclt Janice Tobin Pauline Mitchell Jackie Bera Jean Grojem Ruth Dean Shirley Miller Ruth Fornare sto Sandra Shire Gayle Lessig Suomi Rau Priscilla Barltalow Nancy Baker Barbara Grover Barbara Reed Sharon Baker Shirley Stark Jeanette French lserin McLean Connie Reed hlaine Peterson Darla Ryan Georgia Tobler Betty Mohney Thml Ron Sandra Dunmngton Eileen Rumsey Janet Iintemoot Martha Steclt Betty Barltalow Dorothy Biker Shirley Collins Alison Bramer Janet Welburn Roberta Cosner Judy Wellington Fumrli Ron Nancy Mechling Mary Reed Sally Pen zottt Sandra Bellezza Mary Ann Breth Mary Vicltrey indra Hecltlebower Beverly Burgert Marybeth Hazel Seen Fosdiclt Janet Ransbottom Miss Murrell Betty sw 1 I Girl port Club 5 A Ad Some idea of the actmties in which the Girl Sports Club mem bers participate is gixen by this display Sitting are Betty Barlta lots Irczsurer N1 try Ann Breth President Miss Murrell Ad visor Standini. in Shirley Stark Secretary and Sharon Baker X Ice president If you re passing by the school on a Monday evening stop in 'tt the gym sometime and vs atch the members of the Girls Sports Club play Any resemblance to a real game is purely coincidental' Seriously the Girls Sports Club offers girls from the ninth through the twelfth rade in opportunity to organize teams nd partlcipite in ithletics their new members and then immediately followed it with xollexblll vlmes which were finished in a tourntmcnt Then the hasltetbill -Y imes begin between the girls t uns ln the Spring the club members pl ned tennis sottbtll or volt i.. 1 .v"'.' , A 1 I s I ' , I .J I J ' I s I' ' 1 . ' " . " ' , - 2 ' Q V ' - 'D , . J t ' D ' 'A 1 Y J i s J Q V. A' I 2 l- l Q J I V , I A , . - - - S: . ,. u - l 4 '2 . 9 I ,, l . . P ' ' . ' . ' " I. :I -J ' C S ' 1 .' ei ' . a 1 2 ' 1 ' '. - - S The girls began their year by' initiating at s J -V - x tg. I y Q 1 y ,V 1 , . V gy A , . , ' l ti .Q , . w W ,, .. y .. .Q , , " 2 Y . . ' t - J ffrw t 1 -1 5 1 1 'f g 5 A ,V Yi 'LEFT' ,, t ' , " . , ' . - "f x, A 3 LL , . I , h 3 , y 'V F, ' ,V . 5 Q . 1' V. L . D ' 'i A ,, Ma: 'I A I .q. l 3 .K Y., ,J . . V . . V I U Q if :.t,' . 1 '. . - 'g' '. 1000 'v 'Wk Fm! Ron Sherry Blalorl-. Sally Reed, Sandra Brttmgls Sandra Ha Barbara Smrth Janxee Sl an I1r Smalleombe -Xllee Ruggles Phyllis Snyder Nmu Hand Mary Ann Whlte S'1fmzz1'Ro1 Sharon Johnson Sara Bowers Betts Kauff man 'Vlarx Drethrreh Joyce Grover Rosalle N1awste1d Regma T1tt1 Loretta Houseworth M1rth1 NN1tson 'Marsha Detwrler Brenda Gllehrlst Joy I-uller Glrl port Durma the xear the Grrl Sports spon sored 1 post Mme dxnce whleh was 1 xerx sueeesslul underukmg At Chr1stm1s t1me the elub held 1 Chr1stm1s p1rtx where thex sms: carols 1nd exehmued tufts whleh were present ed bs Sant1 hlmself The end of the xear saw the members sponsor thelr annual 'vlother Daughter banquet At thts Program the ntnth graders reeened the TR emblems, the sophomores thelr reserve letters and the semors the Cnrls Sports Xarsrtx letter All these tw zrds were presented bs 'Vhss Dorothx Nlurrell the club adusor Thru! Run Mxss Niurrell Shirley DeLaer1. Joann N15 lor legp Hnkenberg K 1ren Doelt ls1thrx n Sw n wrelt lxnhleen Kelth Ruth Fnsh S1ndr1 VN 1tson N mu Nlowru lmda Nllller S1ndra Keene Carol l-lolwer stott Hmrzh Run Geraldrne Gllbert Pennx Frlnltt Jlllle Brown lxrlstln Blmlt I.1nd1 Nianos Fdlth lmsner Xlarrlxn IDINIS Xnn Renw1ld Perlanne Dolph lftlhifd lep11nlt1 Ruth lsohl Susan l'orn1res1o Shrrltne Col llns lx1thl1.en llesmer ' 3 , 1 I .1 1 3 5 le l ' . ., 1 1 : 1, : 1 if 1 l. f 1 . 1 1 , Z! 1 I Y 1 Q 1 ,, . A Y --- ,lr Q.: 1 . Z Q I - I 6 1 1 'S '. --1 ,gf , ' ' . '-.v - 5 A fs' ' T , , - . . - ' '-' lx. I Lu . M . 1 . x , . A . - 4 ., - ,, .4 - - 5' 1 9 .. " ' ' f' ss I 'Y ' -..S 1. s 1 l 1 A , - Q l 1 e " "H , I Z - , . 2 K 1 16 v' , , . 1, 1 a 1 Y Lrg' " J" '. , ,A 4 , ,x ,as ,- - , , , -. , - '..- f -1' 'A i H ' f 93.1 - Ze- QL- I . N ' af' , -VL . 17" 'lzvffff M '.,.A:y,,'M , . ,N , , 1 , '-' ', 1,4 - tf , '. , ,,' , , ' ' X. ' '. A s ' B ' sv 1 1 s .y 1 ya '- ' ' 'll. ' " ', 0 . -zuzt . '-'Q 2' ' '. 2' '. 1 1 . L1- . 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First ron John Sanders Gene Dunnington Tom Wag ner Don Nash Dick Gearhart Dick Thomas Larry Quake Tom Reed Eugene Brundige Leo Meyer Dick Mohney Mr Lasko Second ron Mr Handley Ken Boughton Phil Davis Charles Spencer Harris Boulette Delman Eastes Ernie Blade Dale Hagenbuch Charles Johnson Norman Gre gory Dave McCally ON U H Third ron Jerry Herschleb Bill Sweet Charles Whitney Cy Stevenson John Smith Jim Halter Ronnie Henschel James Myers Dick Thayer Leslie Brunner Mr Brown Fourth row Gordon Smittendorf Loren Lane George Miller Charles Anable Jim Jackson Kermit Parsons Larry Welburn Jim Jarrett Roger Emmons William Bmder Gary Linn lndu trial rts Club The Industrial Arts Club under the guidance of Mr Handley Mr Lasko and Mr Brown experienced another very successful year lt consists of boys who are taking Vocational Education Classes either Mechanical Drawing Wood Shop, or Machme Shop The club began the year with their annual initiation of new members, who had to dress as girls After the initiation ordeal, refreshments were enjoyed by all Before the Coldwater basketball game, the club made up programs and sold them in school These were very helpful for they had the boys names and numbers for both teams. On April 27 they sponsored an all- school party which was quite successful and added to their treasury. This year instead of having their Fa- ther-Son Banquet they decided to take a trip to Chicago in May and have a banquet there. They' chartered a bus and visited the Motorama Show. This trip rounded out another successful year. 'i""Qi The showcase for tht Industrial Arts display attracts the at tention of the lndustriwl Arts Club officers and advisors. Mr. Handley Nlr. Lasco, Dick GC'Ifh'tl'l. Treasurer. lynrry Quake. President. Dick Thomws. Vice-president. Tom Reed. Secretary, and Mr. Brown. Fm! Ron Jerrx N1lllOlLl lungs Rgnlfrovu Jim Norton Lee Rlplu Dam Rymlroxs Qlm Blood K n Sklllll .Suomf Run Nlr Hlndlu lom Summprs l xrry kum an Din Kmmh Cuorg, lows Don Gulm Nlr llnsko ly Nlr Brown ln.: Sllfltllllg an Sandra Hill Shgrrx Pdlmpr Mary Ann E Tlnrd Ron llm Plrxons xxllhlll' Pirrlsh Jprrx Bonrm Km Furlong Don llll lxuth Nl nlon VN mrs lrm Nlcfxl llill llll 'Ill ill! Burn Sl'lll'lLN Loslk Dororhx Baker Slttmg are Mr pnzewmners Handles and Ndncx Nicchllng .JN-1 sf Fm! ron Janet Mohney Julie Brovyn Mrs Hancock Shirley Stark Kathryn Reed Peggy Cook Je tn Grojean qflllllll nm James Rentfrow Marybeth Hazel Phyllis Wagner Margaret Hoshel Sandra Yearling Arlt Faye Sarley Bill Hoshel Thnd mu Charles Johnson Dtye Foerster Ronnie DeHaan Ted Todd Donald lNeamen Dick Remington Llbl ary Staff Busy busy busy' This well describes the members of the Library Staff Besides check ing in and checkmf' out books and placing them on the shelyes they must make out oyer due slips on books and help students in the library The club has 1 business meetmf' every Monday during homeroom and they have a party eyery month at some members house They also sponsor a display in the lsatheryn Shops yymdoyy durina Book Week They haye other activities too such as '1 progressiye dinner selling cards and T R beanies ln the sprin the complete staff yisits a college library Lnder the capable Quidance of Nlrs Han cock. their sponsoi and Shirley' Stark. their President. the members unanimously' agree to the success and enjoyment of this years Library' Staff. The officers md adyisor of the library staff inspect one of the many next hooks secured for our library. Dick Remington. Treasurer. Shrley' Strk. President. Margaret Hoshel. 'ice- President. Kathryn Reed. Secretary. and Mrs. Hancock. T115 2 l l i U 0+ Front row Paulme Mttchell Janet Mohney Jean Grojean Sally Reed Knaomta Wllson Arvns Norton Judy Blttlng Serum! ron Gall hrlcltson Sandra Bellezza Ruth Meyers Prlscllla Barltalovx Sharon Baker Nmcy Baker Margaret Hoshel Betty Houts Thru! mu I-ly Tomlmson Jeff Kctscr Stllw Penzottt Nancy Hand Janda Boulette Glorta lgsmay Charlene Collins Fourth ron 'Sir hddmgton Judy Showers Jane Grtfftth Keith Mohnev Mary Ann Breth Nlarton Lelster Fred Jtcltson Ted Todd Nancy Netghbors Mary Reed Future Teacher u After bemg organized last sprmg the FTA begin tts flrst offtcral year thls fall wtth the formal 1n1t1at1on of the charter members Later m the fall Sopho mores and Junlors were mttlated as new members The Three Rners Future Teachers of purpose of sztvmg the students an oppor tumtx to obserxe and learn about teachtng ln order that thex max decide whether or not thex vslsh to enter thts professlon 'Vlost ot the club members asslsted m some classes and mans helped tn the Grade schools as they attempted to t therr hands at heme teachers The club also had other HCIIXIIICS such as a wmter party and thex co sponsored a post game dance on December 2 after the Adrian game ...Q iaith Fred Jackson vtce prestdent Paulme Mttchell treasurer Jean Groyean president Sharon Baker secretary Mary Reed hlstortan Mr Eddlngton advtsor 1 - ' 0 J V l tx A I 3 0 J ' Cl h . . .I 1 ' O ' , ' s,,w,,,,.,-, U t f i , Q , V . . -WU 73 ' ' . . l Y - . . sn' :V tt- . 2 s --, ' A , , V, A i Q . X i t ,Qin X. Amerlca Club was orgamzed for the T' ug l Tl' 4 ' - . . . he - M if W :Qi , 1 A y i y . . ' 4 'eet Q ,. liz- i t 11 L A u, ' J N l grit lt lt : ,V H ry 'ft 7. 51? ll, .v K y... .may v ' 5,5 ' I w I l li , l 1 5 a- gl ,- me f 4 if .I A 5 ,ice , , , ell .1 y ll y I. F1rstRrm Llnda Robison Patsy Mitchell M trthi Steck Darlene DeLong Suomi Ron Mlss Avery lorralm Mrrusek Beverly Burger! Martha Brooks Future urses The Future Nurses really work hard durmv the school year The mam purpose of the club rs to ereate mterest tn nursmg among high school gtrls The members work IH the ttrst ard room and also m the hospttal Thus year the members received thetr F N A pms m the tall, and at a SpCC1dl program m the sprmg recogmtlon was grven them for their hours ol work 1n the hospital In the sprm ' the 'urls presented a pro gram to undercl rss furls who were tnter ested ln nursmv explamnng the advan ttges and opportunltles of 1 nursmg career Mtss Axery helped the utrls durmu the year is club sponsor and her help was greatly appreciated by all the members Through her Qundmce the FNA ex perleneed a xerx successful yexr 'md the members are lookm-r forxy 1rd to next yetr s ILIIXIIICS -.7-.-Q? 'A-1 bunny, some pointers on the correct way to make beds ire the ofmers of the F lN X lorr une N1 trusek Seeretnry Pxtsy Mrtehell Presldent Nlartht Steck Vlce president Nhrtha Brooks Treasurer and Miss Avery their advisor l ' fx . X mv . l ' l ,l 4 f' K l ' l X , S 1 l ,- Q , , Z 1 '. 1 ' ' . - ,- ' 1 1 ", " ". . z r U . 1 . . . ' . . . ,. . . 5 , . , , . in '. ' .Q I i . . Q, v N , . ,. A. . . W ' 1 ' ' - ' b C' H - - x X .Y . L.. ... , ' - li ' . . ' . . f -ff . . , , - 5.31 'f , . :M . . L A. , 5. 2 V ' 3 . 4 . A' 1 o A - .L L. . - . , .. sm . Y x - 3 X x , , . , . . , . . l. .'. . f 1 A'-, s ' ', 1 v " '--1" K C 1' H , . ,.. . 4 . 1 4 .. . 4 U. ' , k.' ' '. . x . .' l ' - ' - - s . .. . . ' ' . - - ' , 5 , , . ,. . V . , - A 1 -. . f ,- - - , . . Y -- .- -- v. . , s 4. s 1- s " f. , ., 1 r y .1 I '.V.,- n .L .. r. E. lvl I u 4' 1 .s , Y , fn rf ' 5 Z ,,., ' o F1rsrR0n Nlrs Flteh Knaom1aW1lson Sandra Welden beck Joyee Grover Shirley Haekler Mackey Jubb Faye Hagenbueh Judy Johnson Gwen Reed Loretta Housevyorth Lmda Mlller Mlss Avery Sammi Rau Nlaney Greenman Nancy Cook Bonnle Mmmear Margaret Hoshel Mary Hayes Mardean The Future Homemakers of Amertet Club IS a part ot both the state and nattonal organlza tlons The purpose ot the club IS to help make better homemtk rs ot the members md tt also serv s as an lmport mt seryxee azroup rn our eom mumty Alter lIllIllIll'l2 tts new members the F HA elub not doyyn to busmess md plmned lts ICIIVI tres tor the year Of course m .ny of the members ptrtletpated ln the tnnutl Ch rry Pte Bftklnv Contest and dld yery yyell Thts year shoyymfr the true Splflt of Chrlstmas the future hom m tkers had a Chrlstmas part for underprtytleeed ehlldren yyho mwht not other Qlft box to Amertean Indtans m Arlzona to help malt thelr Chrlstmas enjoyable Thrs was th frrst year these lndltn ehlldren had heard of Chrlstmas Later rn the year, the members had a yery successful pro tram to yyhreh they muted F H A clubs from other toyyns Thls year s adytsors yyere 'Vhss Ayery and Mrs Flteh the Home Eeonomles teachers at TR They atded the ottteers tn malunw th year a very enjoyable one for tll the members 5' ii' C' 5 4 Longacre Beverly ODell Barbara Grover Darla Ryan Edlth Lmsner Thzrd Row Betty Wetherbee Phyllls Peters Suzanne Pearson Brenda Grlehrtst Kathleen Ketth Judy Marnn sen Cora Mae Cook Kerln McLean Janet Welburn Ann Brshop eff 8.5 L4 -LQ, 'T' .Ag -..s..sh L- " I Trymg out one of the new stoves ln the Home Ec room are the offteers and advtsors of FH A Mrs Fltch Karen McLean Vxee presndent Margaret Hoshel Presldent Gwen Reed Secre tary Phyllis Peters Treasurer and Miss Avery '- A - 7 . 1 I ' U .1 1 1 ' ' ,V 7 V 7 7 ' s 7 s K . V- ' X v l ' f ' , ' I - U . v . r I , 1 a ' A . A , y f f, ' y f u 7 Q A 1 -Q A . - r , v 7 1 1 I . - C A . ' ' 0 0 ,o z e q ' 1 ' q eg ty z ' 2 5 " Q ' - - wt- . . .4 . . N 1 3 , 'J - ' 5 ' y z 1 Q z - . 2 2 1 C 'J . L l : ,G L . 4 , e 1 3 ' ' I f y 1 'air djj p lb T D ' I - - H - rs-4.4 I , '- , -T 01:7 KN wlse have a merry' Chrtstmas. They' also sent a 'i' , sa L J- J -f - s - v 0 . v fc. ' B. ' , A ,,b, e , r tw- '- J. .P .LN M- K .l .' I f- f"f,, Q, . . . ' P" 1, , I' , 'N' W 5 ' 1' ' . . . V .3 f J K I -,V ' Yr- .1 U A . . ' ' ' ,, 'Y-, I , ' V -I "c 2 X. " , l l . l -1 1 L I I gl . . 1 l 5. i V1 . f ll 3 . l r , 1 Q Q - l l 1 ug 5 S. V1 1 iw F1111 R011 Kay H1ll Loretta l-louseworth Laura Small comhe Norm1 Hx Pdtth Lrnsner Patty Havens Shtrley Del aere S1nur1 Wledenbecle Strom! Run Nancy Baker Jan1ce Tobtn Sherry Bla locle Je1nnette Flench Sally Penzottl Alison Bramer Nl 111 N1LlxlCl Rex Dt1rren pam Habl1 usted espanolq lt you do vou re p ohahlx 1 memh r of the Sp 1n1sh Club To qu1l1lx for l'llCl'llbCI'Slll a student must S, 1n1sh 1n h1 h sehool The mst IllLLIll'lU sm the new ofltcers elected 1nd new projects suvaested for the 1r e ll 1 1ll their ITTCCIIIIUS 11 real e u e1t1on 1l 1 1lue the prestdent Due Hurd eondueted huslness 1n Sp1n1sh mueh to the LllSllllX ol some ol the members The eluh sponsored 1 post -'une d1nee 1n D eenther mth the I-uture Te 1ehers Cluh Illtl tlso h1d other p1rt1es xxhleh en1 1h1s11ed the Sp1n1sh ltnvu we 1nd eu ture The Sp1n1sh eluh 1dx1sor 'slr Eddtngton dtd 1 xerx eon1n1end1hle toh ol 1nere1s1n1f tnterest 1n the l1nf'ua0e 1nd promctmg '1 llel'ef underst1nd1n0 of Sptntsh eulture 2 5 Tlnrd R011 Mr Eddmgton Chlck Boeschenstem Bxll Burns John Adams Steve Bonfoey Roger Mlracle John Settle Dave Pellegrom Fourth Ron March Durren Ken H111 B111 Brown Dave Hurd Norm Schmtdt Lee Stanard h Club lhe oltteers nd adxtsor of the Spanlsh Club look at a few of tl e1r Spanish posters Mr Eddlrlgton Nlarx Vlcle rey Secretarx Daxe Hurd Pres1dent B111 Burns Vtce prestdent and Norma Jean Elx Treasurer , l - . v li w f: ' ff. l 4 '- , - - , , x-It in - .G ' 4 - 'fl , . , F A ., 1 . v I ' ' 4 at ' f . 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The wearers of the T R make up our Varslty Fzrst Row Mr Fuellmg Cy Stevenson John Sanders Bob Kovac March Durren Roger Wledenbeck Carl Slocum Ken Blade Mr Hams Second Row Jxm Stokoe Keith Mohney Ernie Blade Mel Davls Mlke Comar Joe DAmore Vlrgrl Errschele Kermlt Parsons Ken Blalock John Adams Jerry Evans Thzrd Ron Bob Mltchell Mrke Carrler Jlm Jackson Q L Civ-' igf Mike Marlettl Tom Gotshalk Walter Lammott Duck Bobb Jim McCally Stu Davns Steve Bonfoey Lee Stanard Fourzh Ron Claude Williams Bull Burns Ken Hlll Charles Boeschenstem Dave Hurd Larry Quake Bill Herndon Roger Miracle Joe Fornareslo Mike Le Mense Jxm Bloom Varslt Club Club Anv boy who has earned hrs Varslty letter ln any sport IS automatlcally a member of thls c ub This fall the Buchanan football game was set up as Dads nlght and after our yxctorx the Var slty club members served coffee clder and doughnuts to thelr fathers The club selected thelr new emblem and also adopted the1r purple and whlte jackets, whlch almost all the members wore As ln prevlous years, the club sold cokes, ICC cream, candy, and potato chrps during the basket ball games as their mam money I1ldkll'lSZ project They also helped out at the basketball games as ushers To add to thexr treasury, they sponsored an all school party later IH the year Under the capable leadershlp of Coaches Fuel Img, Thompson, Johnson, and Harrls. the boys chalked up another enjoyable and successful year for thelr club Lookmg over a few of the more recent trophxes that they have helped to wm are the Varslty Club officers and advlsors Coach Fuelllng Coach Johnson Dave Hurd, Presldent, Mlke Carrler Vlce presldent Mel Davls Secretary, Mrke Comar Treasurer 1 ' l-Q 1: J J g i 2 t f i fl sl .2 if l'r Zh ' - I: 1' " Q J, 1 Q r Q J use all f JT 'A ' ' " V, T 1 , N 'jf If , ' im 2 1 .3 1.3, 'T Y i V' - 1 J I 1:5 li Ui' I - rib ' if 'M if J ' J I Q.. 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If f 1 Frrst Row Hackenberg Darlene DeLong Dorothy Wllltams Joyce Sandra DeLong Karen Stemmger Carol Cottmgham Brll Knapp Jtm Norton Second Ron Wrlbur Parrsh Lmda Roblson Kathryn Young Rosalle Harris Rodney Ltby Bonnie Johnson ' c yi Y Nancy Cook Phyllls Peters Tlnzd Ron Betty Oswalt Don Cottrngham Martha Evans Cora Mae Cook Jtm Ziegler Barbara Zregler Sharron Tuesley Blhle Club The Brble Club bemg a new club, got underway by frammg a constltutlon The club 15 lnterdenommattonal and open to any hrgh school student who de srres a deeper appreclatxon of the Scrtptures and prayer Meetmgs were held each Monday, Wednesday, and Frxday at 12 30 Every Monday a drfferent member of the club had charge of the meeting Wednesday was llyyays prayer day and Frlday was used for Scrlpture readmg Blble Qulzzes provlded varlety IH the program and were enjoyed by all members In addmon to frammg the constltutlon and settmg up an entlrely new program for the year the club developed a pro ject of mdmdual Scrlpture readlng each member re tdmg hrs Blble through rn a year At the end of the year new offlcers were elected and a successful year came to a close mth the smgmg of the clubs theme song With Eternttys Values ln View .nl-nt.: 'N 2 ful diglvii- if Plannmg one of the meetmgs of the Blble Club are the of flcers Cora M at Cook Secretary Sandri DeLong Presrdent Wrlbur Parrnsh hte prcsldcnt Dorothy Wrlllams Treasurer Mr Wmters rs therr advisor 1" ' ' I ' . 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Q 5 nj in ffl- x- xx x b , ' 1 4 - T7 5g'i 'P El 5 4 1 4 f E . i I Band l ii l .lt i 'lg ' 4 . U I Y' I I i -'X Band offleels lools oye: some vii tiicii iiiaiiy trophies ld loiikei. lieasttie N11 Smith, Director. 1'-.lison lfiaiiier, Se.'iet.uy. Roiiiltl l.i.lvto:. lhesitlent. Nat tiers, Vice-president, Our industrious band began their busy year even before school started xyith a trip to Chicago and Riverview, August 30. 1955. After this enjoyable excursion. the Marching Band began to practice for perform- ances at all the home football games and they' prepared enter- taining and amusing skits for the half-time intermissions. ln September. they made their annual appearance at the St. Joseph County lfair. On October l2th. they traveled to Buchanan for the Marching lfestiyal. bring- ing home their usual Iiirst Divi- sion rating. On October I5. the band at- tended liand Day at the Univer- sity of Michigan and sayv a Nlichigan football game. ln January. the band present- ed the '56 Band Follies program yvhich vvas very successful and highly entertaining. Soon after- vvard. on February' -1. they took part in the Solo Ensemble Festi- val in Kalamazoo. Again. many members represented TR vvell. receiving top ratings. I-'or the second time. 'lihree Rivers vvas honored hv having the All-Star Band meet here. On lfehruary IH and l9 students from all over Southwestern Mi- chigan came to TR. and on Sunday afternoon they presented a marvelous example of their talent. This proved to he a thrill- ing experience for all who took part. Sturgis vvas the location of the District Band contest on Nlarch 2. Many of the memhers attended and then vxent on to the State Solo and Ensemble Festival on the 2-lth of Nlareh. .-Xn appreciative audience heard the outstanding musical group on Nlarch ZS. vvhen they presented their annual Spring Concert. This ended another vert excellent year for the TRHS Band and their popular and ever- capable director. Nlr. Robert Smith. O Iunior Class Play Even though rt was hard work puttmg on our play rt was really fun Props chncken feathers mrssed cues and words that were hard to pro nounce all offered both laughs and serlous moments to the Cast and the director, Mrs Voorhees The story concerned Cornella and her srster Dorthea wealthy orphans whose only lxvmg relatlves were a famlly of hrllbrllxes who ran a general store 1n Lone Mule Tennessee When thelr father d1ed hrs w1ll drrected that the grrls were to spend their summers ln Lone Mule or forfert therr share of the fortune Wldower Cyrus Goolus therr uncle was a mrser who saw a chance to chase the grrls away and mherrt all the fortune for hlmself He recrurted Skeets hrs youngest chrld to help h1m, but hrs other three children Happy Hank and Betsy Belle lrked thelr crty cousms and became good frlends Uncle Cy almost succeeded but had some trouble because he was constantly bemg chased by Wldow Squrggms and her dear chxldren who were the terrors of Lone Mule Besides the Wrdow, Cy had two other splnsters, Aunt Sukey and Mlss Oggle on hrs tra1l Terrence Rerff Charles Marvm Horseface Dllly Jake Slasser Zeke Maw Squlggms Chlldren Lee Stanard Ruth Forareslo Kenneth Blade Ronald Factor Pat Scott Arvls Norton Rnchard Cameron Alrson Bramer Harris Boulette Janda Boulette Margaret Hoshel Kathryn Reed Alison Bramer Knaomxa Wilson Donald Neaman James Stokoe Tom Gotshallt Other Chnldren Hrllbllly Orchestra Cornelxa who hated the h1llb1lly l1fe found her self the object of Sl1m Hawkenshaw s adoratton and also the object of Horseface Dllley s gun CHorseface had been told she was a chlcken thleflj While Hank who wanted to attend agrrcultural college was handhng the store Zeke and Maw typlcal h1llb1lly characters bought long underwear and Emmy Jean came ln just to gaze at Hank CShe was crazy about hlmlj All this tlme Skeets was maklng a proflt by havmg other chlldren pay a penny to see the c1ty glrls When Mlss Wmslow the grrls father s secretary returned she found the hxllblllxes about to have a hoe down wtth a bunch of characters who made up a band She also found that Cornelia and Dorthea loved the hrllbllly lrfe and planned to get Cy and the Wldow marrled Everythmg turned out all nght of course and last lme honors went to Jake Slasser who slept through the confusnon of the whole play and at the end woke up wrth the understatement of the year Wal looks like I overslept' CAST Cornelxa Henster Dorthea Helster Betty Belle Goolus Happy Goolus Skeets Goolus Hank Goolus Widow Squlggms Aunt Sukey Mlss Gggle Slrm Hawkenshaw Mlss Wmslow Martha Steck Nancy Baker Mary Vrckery Conme Ames Prrscrlla Barkalow Ted Todd Nancy Anderson Peggy Cook Judy Wellmgton Steve Bonfoey Arla Faye Sarley , L., . ,. 1 - . ' . . , f . ' 7 ' 1 1 ' . . , 3 ' . . , I n , 5 9 , 1 1 n 1 , , . . . , ' , , ' , ' ' ' sa ' ' 19 , , . , . . n , , - . 7 I . . 2 ' - - . 3 , as as ' , . . n , , , , . . . , 1 ' ' - . 1 - 9 55 ' 97 as ' as l f . , . . . . . M , ,, . , . Emmy Jean ......,.... ...,,,.,. . ..... ..........,.,...,...,,.... ,,..., , . , .. ., Judy Borger Cyrus Goolus . ., ,. , John Settle ' AA If ' . , . ' . G . . . I G ., .. , , . -V tn: ....... .,. , ......, .,... , ,. , .. 1 , , G ' , . ,. ,... .... . ......... . .,. ,. ,. , . . , , ' . . ,.... ..., .,.,......,...... .,....,... ..., ....... , , . , . enlor Class Pla This year despite the doubts ind mi gnings of many people the Senior Class presented a serious dramatization The Robe A immense amount of work and time was put forth not only by the cast but by the many committees as well The Robe by Lloyd C Douf las is 1 fictitious story of the effect of Christ s Robe on Marcellus Gallio CSteveJ his sl ne Demetrius tD1ckj md many more people with whom it comes IUIO con IHC! Steve and Dick who had these two leadlnv roles worked yery lone md hard Their perform ances proved this as they gave a marvelous de monstration of their ability G ul as the beautiful Diani Marcellus sweetheirt w is unequaled 1n her part as she presented a dr tm mc eftect never to be forgotten The surprise came howeyer when Bill por trayinv Quintus Lucian the proud haughty Ro man tribune did so well that he received a thun derous ipplause after makmv his exit Dick too as the egotistical Calwula nearly stole the show with his dramatic skill Denny as Stephanos and .lickie IS Rhoda a long with Simon Peter tEdy and Sarah tSandraj presented the scene just after the stomnf' of Step hanos with such reali V that they brought tears to the eyes of the members of the audience. But Norm set them laughing with his realistic inter- pretation of the decrepit Tiberius. Credit is due Ken as Melas and Roger as Paulas because it was their fine acting which gaye the play 1 good beginning In the first ban quet scene Fred as Pilate and Stanley as Captain Fulvius played their parts so well that the reality of the play was increased even more Tad as Sen itor G tllio Shirley as his wife and Barb is Lucii Marcellus sister did a fine job of portraying Mircellus fimily ind of expressing their concern for him Almost one of the family the slave Helen fConniej was eager to help Marcellus too Also expressing a desire to help Marcellus and Demetrius were Phoebe fM1ryp and Theodosla Uanetj who were both marvelous in their per formances is a Greek mnkeepers family The v1ll unous doctor Sarpedon was very well portrayed by Dale and Sally took part as Salome the depraved companion to Ctligula and the rea son for John s decapitation In a play such as this other people were needed to take part and help produce the desired effect Jeanette French Paul Judson Sharon Baker Sandra Bellezza Keith Mohney Marion Lelster, and D ive Hurd were these extras There were many headaches and real sicknesses before the curtain calls finally' ended it all but under the very able direction and co-operative help of Mrs. Voorhees "The Robe was a huge success and was well received by' its appreciative audience. Adele Thomas Nancy Pratehard Jean Grojean Jackle Bcra lklkc Facktor Kathrxn Reed Pauline Mitchell lrtleen Rum sey Knaomla Walson Fmt mu Peggy Cook Margaret Hoshel llntemoot Sandra Hecklehower Sharley Stark Connie Stemmgea Sharon B ker A la Faxe Sarlu lass Met7ger FP 4 C. 2 -"'l'.. Tlmtl mu Betty Barkalow Sally Penzona Rosalae H arrls Alason Bramer Maryheth Hazel Janda Boulette Marx Reed Barbara Zaegler Betty Oswalt Pnyllls Peters Sandra Del ong Dave Pellegrom lock Roger Miracle D'ave Hurd Roger Waedenhcck Paul Judsen lom Gotsehall Don Nleamen Ted lodd Phtl I-:fe Nlaaaon Leaster Wlldcat eekl The purpose of the Wildcat Weekly IS to prmt lnterestmg news from the hlgh school tn the com mumtx paper so that the people around Three Rners max know what goes on at T R H S Thts year the paper was printed an the 'Vlon day night edataon of the Three Ravers C ommercaal The edators have a daffacult job thex must prepare the xneeklx as sngnments and hound the report ers to turn thear storaes an on tame Thex also proofread all materaal and wrate the headlanes for the stones The reporters net the latest news wrtte thear stories and turn them an to the edators Thas paper fulfalls an educ'at1onal purpose an gnme the students a chance to see thear wratmn published Minor 'su is ra ..,,,N T se ar the people who make out the assagnments tor the Nhldc at Vheklx Sntma. are Rosalie Harras Associate lrdator Nanu Prlleaard l dltor ln chief and Sl rlu ark ea ure tl ot am an ate N ss Nlttlger Xdalsor Sharon Baker lxehcange ldator and Jackie Bera Nuns 2 J a t 2 2 l J 2 I . 1 . 1 Q l A - Q , 1 S 1 Q i ' 2 .2 1 " IJ . 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Q' .2 a"' 51 Graduate H' 1th Honor lt wont be long now because the day of graduatron May thlrty frrst rs just around the corner Bacca laureate wlll be held Sunday May twenty seventh at elght fifteen rn the hlgh school audltorrum followmg the Semors arrrval home from New York that afternoon Commencement exercnses wtll take place at Armstrong Freld at seven ram the exerctses w1ll be held 1n the hrgh school audrtorlum at elght frf teen There w1ll be one hundred twenty one graduates ln the class of 56 thlrty one of whom w1ll be graduat rn with honor Sally Penzottl and Adele Thomas are the valedrctorrans and Ptulme Mltchell and Nancy Prlt chard the salutatorlans Fifty students will be graduatmg on the College Course Course Course Course forty on the Commerclal mneteen on the Industrral and twelve on the General t Last 6 Reflector The brg day we have all been want mg for IS finally here The bug new 1956 annual has just arrrved and rt has caused a great deal of excltement Thrs year the annual has several new features mcludmg many extra pages double drvrslon pages padded covers and an entlrely new advertrsmg sec t1on The annual staff had to put ln a great deal of work durmg the past year rn ratsmg extra money for these features and also gettrng the extra amount of work done so congratu latnons, staff of 56' You've done a swell Job V Three R1vers I-hgh School Volume II May, 1956 ISS!-16 VU The edrtors and typnsts of the Inklmg along wtth their advlsor look on as thelr editor rn chief shows them how the coples of the paper are run off hlleen Rumsey Typrst Adele Thomas hdrtor Gall Errckson News hdrtor Sally Penzottl Feature hdltor Sharon Baker bxchange hdltor Tad lendleton Sports Edltor Connie Stermnger Art lzdltor Mlss Metzger Advlsor Phylhs Peters Iyplst Jean Grojcm Busmess Manager Mary Reed Assoclate hdntor and Sandra DeLong Typlst uooessful Year for lnldlng News wrth the emphasxs on fea tures that just about descrlbes thls year s Inklmg the smart llttle mlme ographed paper wrrtten and edlted by a specml staff of TRS Junxors and Senrors Thls year the Inklmg was publlsh ed at least once a month packed wlth news and lnterestmg gosslp too The edrtor Adele Thomas IS to be hlghly commended for rt was fulflllment of responslblllty and hard work whrch made the paper meet rts deadlme each month In the fall wrth the Wrldcat Week ly edrtors, the Inklmg edrtors attended a Journalism Conference 1n Kalama zoo where they had an opportumty to compare thenr publrcauon wlth other school papers, they came back wlth many new ldeas for thelr Ink lmg The Chrtstmas ISSUC came out wlth an added attractron colored PIC tures Color was also applied on the Valentme and St Patrlck Day coples Also many tlmes this year the Ink lm burst from tts usual eight page slze to a ten page lssue The edltors staff and advisor Mlss Metzger worked very hard to publlsh the paper and felt the year was very successful SEE YUU NEXT FALL! .ya E . 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'4 Do re m1 fa IS the sound you hear as you Q2 5 Ftrs! ron Rosalte Maystead Carolyn Watts Mary lor Judy Kerser Lots Kltne Joy Fuller Maxme Brown Lola Burchard Betty Boeschenstem Paulette Esmay Arlene Schneider Betty Kauffman Barbara Baker Sharalyn Blalock Second ron Gwen Reed Marrlck Jubb Jo Ann Kelth Marsha Dyer Carol Klme Loma Chrlstophersen Karen Dock Carol Holverstott Lmda Foster Thelma Wllllams Judy Dobrowolskl Edtth Potter Nancy Cook Marilyn Davts Betty Bronstetter Myrna Meyers Tlurd ron Terry Chenoweth Norma Tackaberry Susan pass the band room every mornmg Ort Tuesdays and Thursdays the mustc comes from the volces of elghth and mnth grade gtrls who make up the J H S Club These Juntor Htfh Stngers took part ln the Chrtstmas and Sprmg concerts thls year and also sang for chapel servtces Nme of them worked after school one mght a week and made up the Trrple Trlo Thrs Group sang for church servtces and also sang for other commumty groups besldes partlcrpatmg tn the Chrtstmas and Sprmg con certs Mrss Antomette Ash was thetr regular d1rector, and under her Gutdance Mary Ann Breth also dtrected and helped the gurls learn thetr muslc They had a large number of accompanlsts thts year and they all d1d a fme Job for the club The accompantsts were Gwen Reed, Penny Frlnke, Annette Wellmgton, Martha Evans, and Debra Hamllton Drew Karen Bowersox Lmda Hames Donna Hoover stla Judy Grlchrlst Julra Butler Pat Dunn Julte Brown Beverly ODell Marilyn Reed Margene Hardy Fourth ron Donna Keefer Evelyn Harrts Deborah Hamilton Deann Drmmtck Donna Smtth MarDean Longacre Donna Workman Rochelle Jones Martlyn Anderson Bonnie Cole Penny Frmcke Annette Well mgton Lots Smxth Fzfth ron Lmda Manos Sharon Martmson Patsy Thom as Nancy Greenman Bonnie Ivtns Beverly Ftck Martha Evans Kathryn Young JoAnn Wetherbee Looking over some of thelr Sprung Concert mustc are the offlcers and advtsor of J H S Seated are Etleen Ryan, Presxdent and Nlrss Ash Standing are Joy Lynn Fuller, Treasurer, Evelyn Harrts, Secretary, and Carol Holverstott, Vice presrdent x , J K . - , I ' x E A , - ' . 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Jerry Ruggles Sally Penzottl Gall Ertckson Martha Stech Barbara Grover Barbara Reed Penny Frmclte Elame Peterson Rosalie Harrrs l'0llfIl1RON Marsha Detwnler Phyllis Wagner Conme Reed Sherry Palmer Brenda Grlchrrst Jerry Bonse Robert Mltchell Agnes Brooks Jeff Hamilton Dan Kramb Shlrley DeLaere Peggy Fosdtck Geraldine Grlbert Darlene Johnson Rosalle Bmgaman Roberta Cosner Fzjzlx Ron Mrldred lrwxn James Coler March Durren Ted Todd hd Jonker Paul Judsen Claude WllIl3mS Duck Bobb Fred Patrlclt Blll Burns Nlck Sass Roger Mayer Mary Ann Breth Mary Vrcltery Lots Smrth Rose Ann Kxlllan Kathryn Swanwrclt Nllxed Chou' A major reason for the huge success of both the Christmas and sprung concerts thls year was the partrcrpatlon of the High School Mrxed Choxr The Mlxed Cholr conslsts of grrls selected from the D S and JHS clubs and any boys who wrsh to jom They practlce every Frxday and are drrected by Mlss Antomette Ash Besides the two concerts, the cholr sang for chapel and Bac calaureate, and they also gave an lmpressrve rend1t1on of "Stouthearted Men" at the '56 Band Follies They were arded by Carol I-le menway and Barbara Grover at the plano Etghth Grade Boys' Chorus Us A Ei All A ll ' A A ,W ffl ' 5 61 n i ll 1, 5 A W J Q 'J' lf, 'ez 1, 1 + H 22 Q 7 V 2'f 14 . 2 '. f ' 4 - , 6 ' . 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X, -- - hx N 3'r'.l 'FV U is W V 1 rr rgl'trf'f5fr?ft" Fzrst row-Coach Thompson Mlke Comar Jrm Jackson Jerry Evans Ken Hull Larry Quake Mrke Carrrer Dave Hurd B111 Burns Drck Bobb John Sanders Second row March Durren Mrke Marrettr Claude Wlllrams Kermrt Parsons Walter Lamott John Adams Mel Davrs Chuck Boeschenstem Erme Blade Jack Roberts Thzrd row-Coach Johnson Manager Mxke Le Mense Manager Roger Weldenbeck Jerry McCa1ly Jrm Bloom Gordon Carpenter Cy Stevenson Bob Mrtchell Ph1l Flfe Blll Herndon Head Coach Hams Varslt Football Today rn modem athletlcs there often seems Lansmg player went lnto the end zone for the to be great emphasls put on wlnnlng, rather than only score whlch gave East Lansmg a 7 0 v1ctory on the learnlng whlch should prove beneflcral to those partrcnpatmg ThlS, however was not the case for the Wlldcats of Three Rrvers Hlgh last football season Everyone was well aware the 1955 season could hardly match the wmmng record of the 1954 State Champlon Wildcats The new coach Norm Hams assembled a squad of wrllmg and mdustrrous lIldlVldl13lS and although they drdnt complle an lmpresslve won and lost record they were out there trylng their best They learned the value of sportsmanshrp, teamwork and hard work The Wrldcats opened therr gndrron campargn by droppmg a 19 to 0 contest to Dowagrac The Harrrsman opened thelr home schedule Cand thelr Twm Valley Schedulej by encountermg the Redskms of Marshall The Cats started fast but faltered rn the last half to lose by a 12 to 7 mar rn The Albron foray was next on the agenda and the Cats lost here also but showed lmprovement as they were topped by a 27 to 7 margm East Lansmg came to T R leadlng the conference and rated as the number one team m the class B ranks In thls game the boys really were terrrfxc as they held the Trojans to a 0 to 0 deadlock for all but fxve mmutes then the roof fell as an East THREE RIVERS OPPONENTS 0 Dowagrac l 9 7 Marshall 1 2 7 Albron 27 0 E Lansmg 7 0 Sturgis 1 3 Our old county rlval Sturgls topped the Cats 13 to 0 for thelr flfth successxve defeat The ln furrated locals took the fleld at Coldwater as a group not to be beaten They held the Cards scoreless whrle they banged 13 pomts across However wlth next week came the famxllar story of defeat as the Spartans of Lakevlew took the measure of the Cats easlly w1th a 20 to 6 trrumph The last two games of the season were real thrlllers for local fans as they journeyed to Adrx an only to be drsappolnted by a 19 to 19 tle, and witnessed the Buchanan game ln whlch the Bucks were heav1ly favored The Wildcats were lrterally wxld as they humlllated Buchanan by a 32 to 13 score The game marked the concluslon of the great est hlgh school football career ever complled at TR The brg Bull Moose Dave Hurd served as varsity center from his freshman to jumor years and operated IH the capacity of full back m hrs fmal year He was named to the All State teams three trmes and won other dlstrrct and conference laurels The prospects for next year are very good and Coach Harns and hrs boys should have a lot better season THREE RIVERS OPPONENTS 13 Coldwater 0 6 B C Lakeview 20 19 Adnan 19 32 Buchanan 13 'I I. 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Q Q YQYQEX 5 P 7'4"'o to fnsl Ron Geoffrey Hamllton Fugene Brundrge Jrm Woods Tom Wagner Drck Mohney Second Ron hd Brooks Jay Marun Gene Dunmngton Jerry Herschleb Dlck Davls Wayne Klme Coacn lnompson Yhml Ron lxonme Hens hel Ted Hrllrard Ray Comeau John Jansen Phll Davrs Armand kI'lCVll'lS Jerry Wllkxns Jrm Parsons Reserve Football As the Reserve football season drew to a close, the record books showed a one wm three loss record lor Coach Bob Thompson and hrs charges In the Wnldkrts season opener they locked horns wlth a very rough DOW3glaC crew and the two squads battled on almost even terms for most of the contest However an early T D for the Small ChlCfS proved msurmountable for the Klts and Dowagrac won 6 to 0 Reboundmg wrth more vlgor and determrna tron the mmlature Wlldcats were agam out classed thrs tlme by the Sturgrs squad the score bemg 20 to 12 The next week found these same two teams ln combat agam but thrs trme the men ot T R proved more effncnent as they trounced the Small Trojans 18 to 6 Adv erse weather condrtlons cancelled the next scheduled game for the Krts The contest was to have been wrth the Reserves of Battle Creek Lake vrew In the one remammg game again wlth Sturgls the locals came off the freld as losers by a 13 to 6 count Nevertheless therr heads were hrgh and they possessed the attrtude Well see you next year Upon termmatron of the Reserve schedule Varsrty Coach Harrrs beckoned for the SCIVICCS of some members of thxs reserve unlt Recelvrng the call were Gene Brundlge, Phrl Davls, Armand Krrevms Dlck Mohney Jlm Parsons and Jlm Woods Wmners of the chemlle TR s at the awards assemblv were Ed Brooks Gene Brundrge, Phrl Davrs Ron Henschel Armand Krrevms, Jay Martm Drck Mohney Jrm Parsons Tom Wagner Jrm Woods John Jansen all Sophomores Freshmen wmnmg letters were Gary Austxn Joe Brackett Ray Comeau Frrtz Dlcken Geoff Hamllton and Jon Potter SCORES Three Rrvers 0 Dowaglac 6 Three Rrvers 12 Srurglg 20 Three Rivers I8 Sturgls 6 Three Rrvers 6 Stufgls 13 , , k A 5 - -M f-k' -gif , -W H V g - .511 .Lgh v. .5 'ii J - .J 11 31 .' .,- . iv 1-f .0 I 1 ," f . 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Ron Tom Wagner Joe Brackett Duck Wells Ray Srmml Ro Harold Clrpfell Gale Thompson Make Comeau Bob Mitchell Olm Jones Frnz Dlckens Concannon Gary Austm Stanley Penzottt Jerry Rug Dave Galmet Vlrgll Errschele gles Ceoff Hamrlton Coach Jones Reserve Basketball The Three Rtvers Reserve Basketball qumtet complled a frve w1n ten loss record for the season Walter Jones was at the coachmg post Openmg the season wlth a burst of sprrrt they eastly whlpped Coldwater Adnan and Mar shall 1n successlon However th1s sp1r1t was short llved as the Klts fell mto a perrod of depresslon Lansmg Albton and cross county foe Sturgts were blessed wlth vrctorg. Hard work and tenacrty were effectue as the vnh1z k1ds beat the hlghly regarded Spartans of Battle Creek Lakeuew 35 to 31 The boys were developmg and Coach Johnson had hrs eye on a number of the Klts who could be valuable to the varslty Hxgh scorrng Frrtz Drckens moved up to the semor squad and 1n the next game Coach Jones lost h1s startmg guards Bob Mltchell and Joe Brackett and Vlfgll Errschele moved up to the varsity for the tournaments All four performed very well and should be effec Letter wmners were Dlck Wells Ray Comeau Geoff Hamxlton Vlrgrl Elrschele Stan Penzottt Olm Jones Dave Galmet Jerry Ruggles Duck Mohney Gale Thompson M1keConcannon Gary Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Rn ers Rrvers Rlvers Rrvers Rrvers Rnvers Rlvers Rrvers Coldwater 29 Adnan 26 Marshall 31 East Lansmg 38 Alblon 35 Sturgxs 47 Battle Creek DOWZEIHC 43 Austm SCORES Three Three Three Three Three Th ree Three Won Rrvers Rn ers Rrvers Rivers Rn ers Ru ears Rn ers 29 5 Lost O Coldwater 41 Adnan 44 East Lansmg 33 Albion 52 Sturgls 48 Battle Creek 48 Marshall 36 and dropped three successive close contests. East tive in future years for T,R, ' 1 I 4 ' 27 ' ' 1 31 ' ' 41 ' 35 ' - 33 ' ' 39 ' - 26 ' " 41 ' ' 44 ' ff , 39 ' 35 31 ' . Y V. - L - 1 firsf R011 Melvin Davis Roger Miracle Jim jaclxggri Sllfllllf RON Coach JOhIlSOD Dave Pellegrom Charles Dave Hurd Larry Quake Ernie Blade Ken Blade Boeschenstein Claude Williams Mike Blalock March Durren Gordon Carpenter Varslt Basketball The 1955 56 basketball season in the mmds of almost exeryone will certainly be considered a success Although the season record is umm pressive the Cats under the expert coaching, of Ed Johnson wound up the season by coppmg their fifth consecutive district basketball champi onship Starting the season with three straight wins made the followers of the purple and white very happy Thinsss were looking up at old T R H S and the omens pointed toward a successful sea son However utter conquering, Coldwater Adnan and Marshall the men ot T R bumped into defeat at the hands of the East Lansing Trojans on their mood after Christmas vacation to give the Wild cats of Albion a thorough mauling and looked 1m pressive enou h to raise asain the hopes of T R At this point the Cats were in a tie for first place in the Twin X tlley competition Here the Clts ttltered and they lost three straight to Sturgis Ltkeview and non league Dowagi tc A lone win over Coldwater lnterrupted the losin stretk Then the Cats had defeats in fllcted on them successivelx by Adrian East Lan sing Albion Sturms md Battle Creek Lakeview In the final scheduled mme the local quintet came to life ind romped over the Marshall Redskms Post se lson tourniments were next Even the optimists were hfirdlx confident when the Cats drew hi hlx r ited Sturisis However the boys were more th in equ tl to the occ ision md took Sturgis then finished olt Hillsd llc to win the district title On to Albion 'md the Reclontl' Battle Creek Lakeview w ts the first to With their monster n tted loc tl tmbitions by defeatin the purple and white In e teh lme the tetm pl ned they fought their he arts out md displfxsed good sportsman ship Besides Xklfllllfl the district title the Cats finished in 1 tie for fourth place in the Twm Val Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Rn ers Rn ers Rn ers Rivers Rivers Rn ers Riv ers Rivers Rivers Rivers Coldwater Adrian Marshall East Lansing Albion Sturais C L tkesiew Dow mac Coldwater Adrian let r tce with SCORES Three Three Three Th ree Th ree Three Three Three Rix ers Ru ers Rn ers Rn ers Rn ers Rixcrs Rivers Risers 1 6 win md 8 loss record East Lfmsme Albion Sturgis B C Lakeview 'Vlarshall Tournament Sturgis Hillsdale B C Lakeview O Y E Q Q. 7: h ' K ' ' - ,hi '. H - s I 1 , ' - , . Y. , y I U . . 0 . .5 XA L-vi L ,hiv l I - 5 . ' if , - - 'CY , 1 YH.. , q 1 , L , E , Y I , I , x . ,. . A. 1 x L . . . 4 . . . miniature floor, The 'Cars Came back in 3 resolute Bob Bolton making 43 points, the Spartans termi- ' ' ' v ' l ' I T ' . L ag' ga 8 I z ' ' f ' 55 ' 52 ' ' g 50 :Q . ' U 62 m 1 61 ' 48 ' ' Q 78 ' 83 W 60 58 ' ' Q 46 ' 64 ' ' 39 ' ' ' 41 ' ' ' 58 . . ' ' 69 ' ' 53 ' 35 ' ' 3 68 r 54 ' ' ' 59 HI 68 ' ' ' 46 B. . 1 " ' 59 Q l ' .- so it 7l l 'X 1 50 , 1 48 ' Q 57 Y 54 , ' f 63 u 53 - . ' 74 'X I 49 . . 74 4:-Y' 5' ji f' Z 'Qx yd' dk f-f,, -:Af AA' tl N! D'- 151-' .Z 441 Sandra Bellezza Co captain Ruth Dean Gail l-rickson Priscilla Barkalow Sally Penzotti C0 captain g te tm' This is the cry of the T.R. cheerleiders backed up of course by he student body. These energetic wirls have the pleasant but some- times trying tasks of leading the cheers keeping the crowd sports- m'1nlike 'md constantlx backing 'ill T.R. 'tthletics not to mention planning the numerous pep ral- lies and skits. By practicing 'tt least twice a week they strive to improve their yells and try to ori0in'1te new cheers to introduce to the stu- dents. This fall they attended ' Michigan State Cheerleadim. Conference 'md came back with new ideas for the following games. Because T.R. has such an ex- cellent following, and because the "Wildcats" are always a t fighting squad. the girls consider cheerleading an honor and lots of fun besides. Cheer leaders Sandra Hall, Sally Reed, Captain, Judy Reed, and Linda Manos 1' 4 4,13 F0 FEE? Front ron Dave Hurd Chuck Cvearheart Don Muffley Larry ODell Dick Schmldt Ronald Schultz Fred Cordola John Sanders Second ron-Coach Ray Tom Reed Cyrus Stevenson Roger Weldenbeck Kelth Mohney J1m McCally Ted Keene Bob Kovac Jlm McDonald John Settle Thzrd ron Jlm Woods Eugene Brundlge Norman Schmidt Tom Wagner Monte Kern Dick Doane Norm Lmsner J1m Zelgler Baseball At the completion of the 1955 Baseball season, the fmal results showed an unsuccessful season m respect to wms and losses However m the hearts of those boys who represented T R on the dtamond remamed many chenshed and unfor gettable moments Under the able coachmg of John Ray, the local mne rang up but one vlctory, whlle droppmg 10 contests Though losing 10 games thelr morale remalned hugh throughout the season and ex perlence was galned at each crack of a bat The season began wlth a contest wnth non conference Dowaglac Dowagxac won by a 12 to 6 score Next three Twm Valley schools tasted vtctory at the expense of the Wxldcats flrst Cold water by a close 5 to 3 margm, next Battle Creek Lakevtew takmg a 9 to 12 verdlct, then East Lan smg toppmg the locals 9 to 4 In a veteran match the Dowaglac Chlefs fell before the Cats 6 to 5 The Marshall nlne traveled to T R to take a 6 to 0 shutout from the locals The next game pltted T R agamst our bntter r1vals, Sturgls As always xt was a close contest, but ln extra 1nnmgs the Trojans eked out an 11 to 10 vlctory In the most humxllatmg defeat of all Adnan took the measure of the Cats 20 to 0 AlblOH and Coldwater downed the Cats next by 12 to 3 and 10 to 2 scores In the season fmale non con ference Portage took a well played game from the Cats 13 to 7 Three Three Three Three Three Three Rivers Rlvers Rivers Rivers Rxvers Rnvers SCORES Dowaglac 1 Coldwater Lakevnew, Battle Creek 2 East Lansmg 9 Dowaglac 5 Marshall 6 Three Three Three Three Three Rlvers l Rtvers Rlvers 3 Rwers 7 Rxvers 7 Sturgls Adnan Alblon Coldwater Portage g" Ma .aaa - he s. , .,"V V Q ,, i , A 'I ' . QC! ,V -1. 1 ' X f' ' V ' tlrff-Avi 1 ' - ' . 'U I 'x t ll, f X 1' y ' ,Jax , 1 1 , I 'e I wma 1. ' ' v'x:'4't A - A I . f .M ' .':-g. A J y KJ., ,- g ,i S ,r . - Q A 1 S 1 - ' ' 1- '-- , ' . , Q 7 - r . 3 , , ' . V - ' V - la v 1 U 9 9 7 S ' ' ll . Q . u . U 7 3 3 5 S ' ' J . I , ' an 1 s . . , . , - . ' - 6 .. ' - 2 f - 0 f ' - 3 . - 5 , ' 0 V . Front Row Rrchard Poe Norman Johnson Ronald Kllne Denms Bowlby Jrm Hurd Sam Wagner Wayne Crrppm Ronald Henschel Second Ron Ken Blade Jack Roberts Jrm Jackson Brll Herndon Jerry Evans Dale Hagen buch March Rurren Claude Wllllams Thzrd Row Bull Klng X1rgrlE1rSChele Leo Meyer Fred Jackson Kermit Parsons Chuck Marvm Ted Todd Drck Mohney George Mrller Eldon Nrdy Wayne Klme Jrm Mohney Stuart Davrs Coach Johnson Track The 1955 Wrldcat Tracksters wound up a successful season under the able guldance of Coach Ed Johnson w1th three w1ns rn four dual meets and grabbmg off second ln two trlangulars The Cats started off the season w1th a trran gular meet w1th Coldwater and Albron Coldwater commg out the vrctor wlth 67 1X6 pomts wlth TR takmg second wrth 38 1X2 and Albion takmg a back seat w1th 31 1X2 pomts L1kew1se the second meet was a trrangular w1th the Cats pxtted agamst the always rough Nlles and our old county rlval Sturgls Nlles proved too tough for the Twm Valley Teams as they lashed them with 76 pO1ntS The Cats garnered 33 1X2 to take second while Sturgls made 27 1f2 Next on the agenda for the local hustlers was non league Dowaglac The Chxefs squelched the Cats 65 1X2 to 43 112 The Wildcats were now growl1ng wtth thxrst for a vrctory and they were llterally Wrldcats as Coldwater Albron Nlles Sturgrs Dowagrac Sturgls-43 Three RIVCTS 38 U2 Three Rn ers 33 1X2 65 Rlvers-43 1 X 2 Rrvers 66 Three Three SCORES they downed Sturgis 66 to 43 emerged vrctorrous over the Redskms of Marshall 67 2X 3 to 41 1X2 and whrpped Vlcksburg 85 1X2 to 23 U2 Thrs closed the regular season The team then went to the Twm Valley Conference Meet where they garnered 16 pomts whlch were good for flfth place The Cats took exghth place 1n thexr Reglonal wrth mne pomts Jxm Jackson and Jack Roberts represented TR IH the State Meet but falled to score J1m Hurd was hrgh scorer for the second SUCCCSSIVC season Letters were awarded to Jlm Hurd Jerry Evans J1m Jackson Jack Roberts Ronald Klme Denms Bowlby Dale Hagenbuch Norm Johnson March Durren Sam Wagner Wayne Crlpprn and Dlck Poe New records made 1n 1955 Fleld Shot Jrm Hurd-46 3 Broad Jump-Jlm Jackson 20 3 Relay Team 1 36 3 Three RIVCIS 67 2! 3 Marshall-41 1X3 Three Rlvers 85 172 Vzcksburg 23 1X2 Conference 16 pomts for 5th place Reglonal 9 pomts for Sth place , on Mi n' -'tk ' ' A-uv, A 4 4 . 1 lj, t W S ,: ,:-Mf 1 , it . 7' 7 'ff ' "1 Qt- .. .QM M 't . I I 3 7 . 9 . Y . y '-' y q ' v . v . v -1 ' . ' I ' . ' . ' . . ' , 1 ,,,,, , , . ' ss 91 ' ' ' . 1 - 3 l 9 9 ' , . . 7 , . - ,. . . . , , . . , . , ,I Q , . . : 7 . ' . , a 9 , 1 9 7 - , , ' . , J 9 7 . ' . . , ,Z ' L- 9 97 9 . ' - -67 1X6 ' - .. ' -31 1X2 - . ..r..r, - 'f - . , r,rs.. . ' -76 - ' -27 U2 - ' . ' - 1X2 grirsglefo2-OnSh6cLctgLl?1oie?chenste1n Mnlxe Comar Mrlce gi:ig"Ii15E22U Jfg'2g?:r?1iJr?n Tower Mlke LeMenSe The 1955 drvot drggers under the tutorshlp of W 1lt Schoolex h1d a comparatrvely successful season mth 3 xrctorres agamst 6 losses and a second place rn '1 trrangular match The Cats started thrngs off by takrng the meas ure of DOWBVIAC Il to 5 but rn the next two Ill 1tches Battle Creek Lakevrew proved too tough as thex xxhrpped the Cats rn successtve matches The loc 11s then ret 111 1ted bx dropprng non league Cusopolrs Q to 1 but en thelr own course Do xx1 IIL elxed out 1 xrctorx 616 to SW Next on the 1ccnd1 for the Schooleymen xx IN 1 tr11ncul1r m1tch prtt ng the dlvots agalnst Marsh 1lI 1nd 1 xcrx tough E'1stLans1ngte1m The Trot 1ns of F1Sl I 1ns1n emerged vlctorlous whrle tl1c C1ts r 1bbed second 1nd Marshall brought up thc rc If In 1 non lc 1cue tllt State Hlghtrrumphed oxcr thc C115 rn 1 med 11 match 333 to 357 One m1tch l1tcr thc loc 11 boxs bested both Coldwater tnci Adnan tn 1tr11ncular In 1 match prcxuous to the Txun Vallex Con tcrcncc Nleet C tssopolrs took a rexenge xrctorx oxcr the Cats IO to S In the conferencc hcld at Sauganash Country Club thc locals poslcd a 341 whrch landed them 1 tlc for second mth Btttle Creek Lakevxew In the match folloxxmsz State HlghS state champs agarn blasted the local parmen wlth a 317 to 374 medal wctorx In the team plax off Chrck Boeschenstern burned up the course to becon1e hrgh school champ Letter Wmners Were Mrke Comar and Mrke Carrrer LCC Captamsj Chuck Boeschenstenn Tom Gotschall Joe DAm orc Mrlce Lemense Three Three Three Thrcc Tl1rCc Thrcc Thrcc Thru. Thrcc Thru. Rlx ers Rlxers R1xcrs Rlxers Rlxcrs Rnxers Rlxers Rrxers Rrxers Rlxers Rrxers S S 3'6 ! Dowagrac B C Lakevrew B C Lakevrew 3 Cassopolls Marshall 3 East Lansmg 3 State Hlgh 3 Coldwater 4 Adnan-411 Cassopolls 10 East Lansmg B C Lakevrew State High State Hrgh Hillsdale 341 St Joe Conference second place tre t34lJ Reglonal 381 , , . . 'zgl' ' 1 1' - . " J- llg ' - 5 1' I' Iva 2 U H I' fl 21 . . 1 '- 'z, 1 'Q 1 A ' ' " ' " ' " '-347i - - l - 44 I 1 511 LH 1 1- - 1 ' L U Three " if 81 '- 4 'z . .11 ,' Sh ' C' ' U "f-33-1 ' 673 ' 1 , ua M 1 .M 5 l ' 21 H 11 -E 1 - 11 v ' Q ' ' 3 1' f-3. 71 ' L t t a,' 1 '1 L -. " " l -O7 1 . " ' Q 'L ' i . " I' f- 51 .- , . , ' B ,- , - U " i-3-111 ' -337 -A 1 , , . 4. ' -341 ,, ' . .' ' 31 ' ,-3'41 ' -312 ' . -1 '- ,E-3211 ' -333 3 1 E I V . ' - g . -350 I ! HN! ff -X1 jx I ,Q Tenms Team The 1955 Wtldcat Tenrus team had the most successful season of any TR tenms team The season record showed SIX VICIOTICS agamst three losses The Cats opened the season by trounclng Port age but faltered at Coldwater rn the second match 4 to 3 TR next trrpped non league foe Dowagrac 6 to O In a trrangular match wlth East Lansmg and Marshall the Cats could come up with no better than second Three non league squads, Dovwaglac, Portage, and Vrcksburg, all went down to defeats at the hands of the Wlld cats, but rn the regular season frnals Coldvtater took the Cats by a score of 5 to 2 Coach Dorothy Murrell's men took a fourth ln the conference meet, and grabbed off thlrd place honors rn a tough reglonal The number one doubles team, Doug Turnbull and Btll York, along w1th the squad's number one smgles man, Roger Mrracle, represented Three Rrvers rn the state meet Wlth a number of experrenced lettermen re turnmg the 56 tennis squad should prove to be a rough contender 1n the campalgn for the Twm Valley Crown Lettermen for the 55 season were Roger Mrracle 'Vhke Blalock Ken Romlg Dean Hack enburg captam Larry Bullock Nrck Sass Steve Bonfoey Lee Stanard Blll York and Doug Turn U Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Rlvers Rrvers Rrvers Rlvers Rlvers Rrvers Rrvers Rrvers 4 3 6 2 5 7 5 7 Conference Regronal SCORES Portage 2 Coldwater Dowaglac East Lansmg 5 Marshall Dowagrac Portage Vlcksburg Coldwater 2 pornts for 4th place 6 pomts for 3rd place -4 O 1 1 O 'J 5 5 ' A ' '-E , . f' n ,X 4 -1 - , ,J ,. 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Chronolo SEPTEMBER Our three month parole IS over back to the da1ly grmd for nlne months The Barber Shoppers presented 1 Commumty Con cert tonlght Our Wtldcats opened th season vuth a dull thud at Dowagtac The score 0 I9 Some of the Jumors and Semors forgot thetr sorrows at Jackne Beras home after the game Freshman football game at Sturgts Score 6 75 Annual fa1r day Ask Marlon 1nd Sal vvhtt hap pened at Centrevllle Our ftrst chapel of the ve1r Reverend Dooty pre s1d1ng Reserves dropped game at Dow tglac 60 Wlldcats w1th1n three mlnutes of a vlctory tgalnst Marshall here but Mtrshtll scored and won I7 7 The make outs went to the gym after the game and danced to the dazzllng muslc of Ed Jonker Whllb Ptgeons frosh came to Three Rtvers and went home mth 1 '47 6 w1n Where vvere all those beaut1ful glrls golng vvtth the1r formals on' Why to the GR Formal In1t11t1on I wont mentlon vvhtt vvent on at Albton tonight but the fmal score was 7 77 Albton OCTOBER Sturg1s frosh 1nvaded TR Score TR 6 Sturg1s 7 our Cats but went home wlth 7 0 vtctory Ed Jonker prov1ded muslc for post game dance Three R1vers Marchmg Band came home from Buchanan wtth another Flrst DIVISION G1rl Reserves slumber party W1ldcats played worst game of season as Sturgts hum1l1ated us 130 SCDIOFS sponsored post game dance Our HS March1ng Band went to Ann Arbor to watch M1ch1gan Northwestern battle Mr Fuelltngs freshmen vvent to Whlte Plgeon and scalped the ehtefs I9 6 Sturg1s came over for mother reserve gtme 'lhus one eame out I8 61n TR s favor Hooray' V1ctory at last' Three R1vers I? C ld vvater0 Dave Hurd ealled toll so lo 1d he vv IS heard 1ll over basement The rubber game of the IR Slllfgh reserves comes o11t 76 V' for Sturgts Reverend Bovven presldes at Ch tpel Teaehers meetrng todtv 1nd tomorrow X vxhole fo11r day vacatlon for IIS students 1 I lakev1evs outcltssed o11r Vhldetts here bv 1 '06 score Oh vvell me seored f1rs1 II least Post game dance 1g11n sponsored bv Semors 'I L big nlght P 1tl1ne threvs 1 Iltllovveen party I her home Anvthmg exeutmg happen' Shame on you Mr DeLong' Squ1rt1ng water on the physlcs class NOVEMBER Whom d1d Mr Blank catch nappmg 1n second hour study hall" Sally D can supply the answer to th1s one Band Parents held annual potluck ID gym An ent1rely new BIE Day v1s1tat1ons 1n morn1ng panel d1scuss1on 1n afternoon Wtldcats traveled 110 mtles for naught but an even game w1th Adr1ans Maples 1919 Congratulations Juntors' Your play Head1n for the H1lls was a great success Ton1ght w1ll go down tn hlstory as Upset N1ght' We trounced Buchanan here by a 33 13 score All AmCflCdn Hurd carr1ed off f1eld 1n trlumph after playtng last game for TRHS Semors sponsored post game dance 70-The tunnel seems to be gettmg more a1r con d1t1oned every day We gather together to ask the Lords blessmg Four day 'I hanksg1v1ng VBCHIIOH starts Can you QUIZ fans d1g th1s famous saymg you Kats th1nk you re real hep but youre really a bunch of squares ' tAnswer Mrs Hancockb Our basketball team started off on the rnght foot by wh1pp1ng Coldwater here 55 52 DECEMBER Adrlan took the long r1de home after bemg out classed outfought and outscored by our W1ldcats TR students celebrated at post game dance Whlle Ed Jonkers poured out the dream tome Teachers turn to sh1ne tomght Teachers Club Chr1stmas Party College Day proved very helpful to most Sen1ors today Our most exc1t1ng game so far found TR ahead of Marshall 60 58 Thtrd stra1ght vxctory celebratton at post game dance It f1nally had to happen' We lost at East Lansmg 41 39 A large aud1ence thrllled to Chrtstmas Cantata presented by DS Club Congratulattons to Mrs Agosu and the Curl Re serves for the1r 1nsp1r1ng Chrlstmas Chapel JANUARY Back to school after the Chrtstmas vacat1on W1lde1ts keep up w1nn1ng ways by Whlpplng Alblon 53 35 on our home floor 6 Band Folltes Tour to Mendon and Vlcksburg Zounds' Arch r1val Sturg1s defeated us on thelr floor by n1ne potnts 68 59 Whats th1s crazy m1Xed up world com1ng to" 0' 10 0 - vs - l I I IT . - ' I ' 1: 5 ' " ' 2- " I . - ' ' ' ' ' . ' A s' L- A 1 . -' '- 4- - , I D - F- Q . v . 5 ,Tb I --bl 91 - , - I H et - - 5 .g -- , - ge . -' ll- ' - . C "I z .'-- h 1 I 29- ' ' ' ' ' : " 1 . . ' I I ' . I . ' 291 I ' . Q . .1 2- '- ' ' ' - -East Lansing, top-ranked in state. was shocked by 61-48.' I - . ' ' 7- . . . , - I ' L L 91 . . i I l ' . ' . 9T- . - . 1 ' - , ' - Q 1 '- V . 16- ' ' . ' , -F -Q - I' Q 1- ., . , V - 21- ' ' ' ' ' - - '- ' '2 We d ' J H b - QL' D.. ..' .l I ' - . e. , . , A , , 2 H Q -1 - 1 -' 1 it Q - I A. 1 31 . , -. , . . ' U . . 1 ,. 1 -, '7 , . , . . . - s ' V . 1' I A 31 If 1 A I - hh' l ' I it ' ' ' ' 1 1 'H 1 a ' I ' - ' " f - '. 1 I' I V ' 'I 1 1 'V I ' I I I Twenty two lucky Sentors saw their names on the play cast last Mr Smith el al presented annual Band Follies which was htlartous serious and wonderful all at the same time Mr Peterson committed Premedatated murder an has fourth hour government class Uust ask Bettie Barthj Who was the boy tn Mass Andersons ftfth hour class who was stall snoring an has seat when the stxth hour class came tn" Heres a clue has tntttals are B B and the rest of the name as -ob tshop Lakevtews one man team went home after thor oughly swampang our Cats 59 46 Ftrst post game dance tried under new rules Dave Hurd received notice of has electron to the Hrgh School All American football team Nice go ang Dave' Dowagtac scalped our Wildcats here by a 7159 score Back on the tratl again we defeated Coldwater on therr brand new floor 57 54 70-Good news to all students we re halfway through the school year as of today' A very good chapel message delivered to us by Reverend Marshall Vaughn Daves 36 pomts went to no avail at Adrian as we came home on the wrong end of a 78 69 score IHS held annual party FEBRUARY Art Brandstetter and company from East Lanstng us 63 59 More make otat tame at post game dance tonrght What happened to our guys" They ran into trouble at Albion tonight Arch enemy Sturgis does rt again' Sturgts 64 TR 46 and on our home floor too The nerve of some people' We provided post game dance to gave Trojans a chance to gloat Three Rivers had the honor of hosttng the South western Michigan All Star Band today and tomor row All Star Bands present a fme concert for the public today Famous athlete Glenn Cunningham treated tts to a ftne lecture on clean ltvrng this morning tn an assembly program Fine chapel service was grven to the student body today by Reverend Keith Hayes High school code of ethics presented by Student Senate tn a special assembly Bob Bolton scored 45 p0lrtIS to lead Lakeview to a 69 58 victory over our Cats at Battle Creek Ever hear of fairy tales coming true' Well one dad tonrght at the Cinderella Ball lt was a wonder ful formal sponsored by the Girl Reserves For the frrst time rn recent years the Senior Class presented a serrous dramattc play The Rvlu was 79 96 wonderfully portrayed tn all rts glory and splendor and was enjoyed immensely by an enthralled audience The Senior play cast went to Chtckcn Charltes to celebrate the success of therr plav MARCH Wildcats snapped losing streak by defeating Mar shall there Varsity Club defeated faculty an a benefit basketball game 38 54 Upset of the year Three Rivers 50 Sturgis 48 tn the tourney' Delightful all school party sponsored by Cheer leaders and F H A Fireman s Ball Reverend Hall presided at thc Match Chapel this morning Our splendid hrgh school concert band ptcsented tts annual sprang concert for the public Well were out again f a whale at least Easter vacation started today APRIL All school party sponsored by sophomore class The chapel service for April was gtven by Reverend Walker A be rutrful sprang concert was presented to a very appreetatrve audience by the DS Club Kalamazoo Muste Festival thrngs by throwing an all school party MAY nnual Vocal Concert by elementary students w as presented tonight lt came at last' One of the biggest events of ottr school Irfe' The .lunror Senior Prom' Where dad everyone go afterwards' Our last chapel of the school year was given to the student body by Reverend Bowen Thrs rs the day all the scnrors have long awaited Away we went to New York Cty l h d wonderful senior trtp' All good thrngs have to end sooner or later and today marked the return from the bag erty Baccalaureate Test week again B t cheet up th s rs the last o e for most sentors' Commencement' The Rhrntes are off to a good start on therr hrgh school career whale the Sentors go out tnto the bag bad world to hate ball JUNE The Juniors get their first taste of wh rt rt feels l ke to be a Senior' School year ends 9- - I ' . . V 1 1, I I 1 - I 1 ' "" Q ' . tt- I ' I ' h ' ' , 29- T , , , - V, , - 1 tz- , ' ' " ' " ni l . . , . 21 ' , F. ' K . - ' , .' g ' I 1 1 2 ' ' K. 6? ,' ,, , , r' . ' t v Z 13- f ' 4- ' ' - 8- - -r 1 ' H ' , ' l3- ' f - ' ' ' lfa- 4 ' -. 2 ' ' l4- . "" ' . ' . . . l ' - ' ' . ' - r7- ' ' " - . - - 21- 2 A' ' 1 ' ' ' ' 2 17- ' Q f ' ' - ' . . 28- . . A K . 20- ' " - . ' A . l ' ' - 30- ,- ' ' or: " 1 ' 25- ' 27- ' ' l ' " a ' 13- .- . r f. - ,. 27- . 18' , ' A' N 18- zv'- ' 'rf a 1 ' ' Z- . . , , . . f 25- ' l ' ' - keep their championship hopes alive by defeating 27-The hlndugmal Arffclflb-Sol 'nw' the Swmg of 3- ' 3 7 , . , , - y to- f If I . ' 17- - ' ' " . ' , 3-A ' ' X z if x fa . I U A Si . , rx- . x x ' , '1 ' l7- . - ' ' , ' , a ' - ' ' . I tx- ' - 9- ' l - af ap f - -L - 23- ',el 'A -fa 1 I9- - "'.' ' ' ' I I ' ' .i ' unc a za 22- ' U ' ' I ' 27- I Y, ' 'I ' . ' 1 ' . 2 '- . . . . s- I l 23- V ,' N V 28- ' ' . tt ' ' . i. ' a L. rt 34- ' , , ' 21- A s Q ' 2 1 24- D . ' ' ' ' ' 2 -K ' za a . B 25- " ' . ,. . C I , t- ' 1' 1- as Cafeteria A boardmghouse Comes 2,1 ll x if ri ""' The high school cafeteria was opened in the fall of 1954 with Mrs. Walter Horst supervising its operation. After its first success- ful year. Mrs. Winona Frincke. who had assisted Mrs. Horst, as- sumed the responsibility and dur- ing the past year has planned the menus and supervised the preparation of food for thc Zlll students who regularly eat their lunch at school. The cafeteria participates in the Ifederal school lunch program. The cafeteria has hcen a great help to many of us hy eliminating the long walk home at noon and making possible additional meet- ings and work time for our many activities. ls this line moving Lael J IN IE A ii, 'R 2, X , 5-J it li ,..i it xv, r RICHARD BERRY EUGENE SCHREIBIQR Upper Hull. Junior High Building Head Custodian The 56 Annual Staff takes this means of expressing our ap- ril i , Cu todian l R We t D.-XX ID Rl-,DXIOND i . .lunior High Building wi I Q., fr lf . t gg , preciation of the many extra services which our custodians have rendered the students of the high school. We realize how many times they have had to put aside their scheduled work to aid us in our many activities. These men have just about the friend- liest faces and cheeriest smiles you'll find anywhere in the school, so we extend our hands to them with a sincere 'Thank You". XRI ILRSI Ottttcs md Grounds Cl..-XRIfNC'lQ BI'l'NlfR FORD ROGERS CLARK FORD Gymnasium and Maintenance Industrial Arts and Music Building Electrician 'X ZX A ,K XXI C OC C Patron 'XXIPRIC -XN I 'XLNDRY RC IOOIJ IIN HXICH IMLNI RMXI HOXII R IC ROC I5 XNIC R R SI HIRCJIR INSLRXISC XCIIN III IDI X ICONC 'XIX Du Clouds md NOIIOUS BIN XNDO S GROC I RY ROX II XC ICI 'NBL RCI INSL R XNCI IiONI'Ol X S D XIRX ull Nc 5 X Clood Dun Io Ixnoxx X Xl RSON CHHXPII I II VXI mums D1 amonds Iuulrx ROISI RI H XNIPG-XN Pho1oLr aphu O X I 'XILXR I Il 1 IDI H XXIBL RG CONNII III L RI I N IL XIIII R C XXomLn L C lot II 1 CI1 N. 'XI ICH ICN S PHI ' S R P Cm Prom: X I, XSI R S 'Phulh s I V409 DXIRX Ii XR Ouml MLC pu If SIILC I rmml x SLIXILL C S Ii Sll I ISI II XRIJXX C R IOL N C Cmmpllmgnlx L11 UI N IRXNRS hx XPP Csoxs D XPI S O J I XRXIS SIOC IXLIXIIIIIIL. PI1otoLr1ph1L RLI II L IC 1 1 .11 ,. 'H ' IIRRX IIII' ..'ER f '. . . , 2 IOL RIIISI I-I i LI-RY lj' IA 'L WVR CIII HI RI'S Ci OC'I' Y ORIQ If. I-S If. 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' i S l s an rv1 e 'Vera i i OF OF I O C r iv rs, i i , n A T H NIAN T H I I Qualiy Concrete Products 8 ui in upplies I P N -I c HNIING MI' AUIO L - l t O :Ziff The Hath! yn Shoppe HAMILTONS MENS WEAR E .szyfg ng foe dlffsrz 34 NORTH MAIN STREET THREE RIVERS MICHIGAN X Skir and Sweater utfit A by x A Q W from R I ' Three Rivers, ' ic i an N I I U' 1: l . , ff I 1' 'II ' ' r ""'f "V"""' Fe' ' 54,4-Z", J ,1f'f ' al .!' lx ,ag PRECISION SPRINO CORPORATION DETROIT THREE nlvzns Compllments of ARMSTRONG MACHINE WORKS M muf ICIUFCFS of Steam Traps A1r Traps Humxdlflers Gas Purgers The Armstrong Humld I Maker for Home Use Advertlsmg ot Armstrong Ste lm Hu ed m mqunrres for 1 humrdlfler for home use fo meet this dem 1nd for 1 domestre IWLIITTICIIIICI' the Armstrona 'Vlachme Works has dexeloped the ARMSTRONG HUMID I MAKER whmh IUIOINIIILIIIN controls the rela me humldltx rn the home wlth the tollowlna beneflts I Greater Comfort Wlth Lower Fewer Colds and Resplratory IHICCIIOUS Prevents Drying, Out of Wood work and Furniture Rugs and Carpets Last Longer because Frbers Do Not Become Brittle and There IS Less Dust For Complete Informatlon Ask for BuIIet1n No 901 ..........-- I T' f 1"C ' . a - .' 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S . 4 J.X 'FJX ,I Qslaffz :Spams 5!ZOp 6 NORTH MAIN STREET THREE RIVERS, MICHIGAN Hunting and Fishing Equipment Bicycles and Accessories THE JOHNSON CORPORATION ry rf-fuf7Pl7..A. Best Wishes To The Class of 56 FALVEY S - I' 8053 'B- L th AUSTIN FUNERAL HOME DIAL 3-5972 Fffffwc V15 IHOIS T F NEFF S FLOWER SHOP I BROIxl 125 NIOTOI2 SALILS Qffgfgfffwfz A I BUCH 'WI e 545 and 49M of L..4? IQ, ,Eg I I .,'f kf ' 5' UI 5 .J I THREE RIVERS, MICHIGAN J? will aullu rnfm HARRY A BAKER Phone 3 7855 THREE RIVERS MICHIGAN BUY LOW MARKET 1100 N Ma1n Open Seven Days A Week 9 a m 9 p m IIEIIEII IIllIOIIIOIIIlfS IIIIE BIIIII WIJLVERINE MCITDR SUPPLY INC Wholesale Dzsmbutofs Automoblle Replacement Parts Supplzes and Accessones 72 N MAIN ST, THREE RIVERS MICHIGAN BOESCHENSTEIN MOTOR SALES Studebaker Packard STUDEBAKER P KAR9 MONTGOMERY WARD 8. 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