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

 - Class of 1957

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rv -. 1 -...haf-f.-.,. 'fl 3 iic THREE RIVERS HIGH SCHOOL THREE RIVERS, MICHIGAN 1957 Uur C1 eed To know the rr ht th it we mu cherish tt and the wrong that we may right tt To dexelop the best th tt is in ourselxes th tt we mix better serve those with whom we live To h uve 1 sense ot responsibility tor our world and 1 sympathy for all man kind To cultivate that loyalty which shall make us worthy citizens of the nation and with open mmdedness which shill enable us to become worthy citizens of the world To this creed we the youth of T R H S would adhere The Three Rivers High School Creed which was initiated tn 1956 by the Student Senate holds vuthm its text in excellent guide for the young, people of today We of the Annual Stiff have used as the theme for the 57 Reflector this creed In the hope that is it guides us through our memories of the past so will it guide us tn the future 1 'g L 'H Ly ' A. ' 1 ' J ' ' t ' ' I 1 R 1 '- ' - V - . t . - - ' To reserve all things sacred and to appreciate all things beautiful. , .... , . L l V. . . 2 v Y . I Y lv' 2 , . Q . 2 . y . I L , ' . 'Q We the class of 1957 ded1cate our 1957 annual to Mr Robert Ash and Mr Dale Fuelhng Mr Ash IS a relatlve newcomer to the H1gh School faculty Durmg the one year he has been wlth us he has skull fully helped us to understand our govern ment and has made clear to us the Amencan way of llfe through mterestmg dlscusslons and projects nn economncs Mr Fuelhng has been w1th us smce September 1951 Many of us have ob- served as students m hls scxence classes hrs smcere and constant concern for the welfare of hrs pupils and have appreclated the efflclent but trnendly way m whlch he has contrlbuted to our mental and soclal development Both Mr Fuelhng and Mr Ash have been of considerable help to us m our extra class HCIIVIIICS as well It IS ur behef that we w1l1 be better and more useful cntlzens because of thelr mstruc tion guldance and help Wlth gra xtude and respect we dedncate our book to these two men who we feel recognlze and emphasrze the good sxde of youth Dedication 'I- at 11,2 'xl X' 35- fgxff MARGARET HOSHH. Edltor ln chlef 'Y -pf-f ROGER MIRACLE Sports Edntor KATHRYN REED Chronologxst l RICHARD CAMERON Graphic Fdxtor Annual 36' PHILLIP FIFE Assocxate Edltor 099' .4-'QP DAVID PELLEGROM Actlvltxes Edttor TOM GOTSCHALL Advertxsmg Manager gan WAYNE HER N1ANCE Photographer taff ALISON BRAMER Busmess Manager P JAMES STOKOE Literary Editor .J MARCH DURREN Advernsmg Manager Q 15 ir CONNII- REIHD Typnst M R DeLONG Advlsor 3 SANDRA HECKLEBOWER Subscrxptton Manager 5 4+..,2-f N-cf Z' PRICILLA BARKALOW Art Edltor gl Z7 X DONALD Nl-AXIEN Ty prst , ntl. , Y I! I has U -J AW" ww ' A S v' 3 'Sf S . 'A so 4 V M 1 ia A . iQ A A , j O E Q f 'if , '11 g I Q , V . l ,f J Q ff -T afar- , L53 Q, 5 . n - ' r ,K . ' 4 vi . cd 1 A ,K 5- - , ' 5' sg , 131,12 , ig. - Q E 'l Eh THE BOARD OF EDUCATION Xfz'-'fn of fo .1 First Row: William Monroe, Treasurerg S. C. Penzotti, President: Jane Weiner, member. Second Row: Lawrence Fleming, Secretaryg Sybert N. Crose, Vice-president. ,. 10 ' W 4 ,V Q t. an s 'Z ' U lf . wh , W l Miss Suzette Warner Secretary to the Board of Education . "5 'I I ,4- ,',,, Mrs. Calheryn Cooper Secretary to the Superintendent 4, Mrs. Ruth Henning Secretary to the Principal , -X w. x P WM 4 f' X V' f f X I FACULTY Our future rests to an ever-increasing degree upon the engineer. the physicist. the chemist. But it is not only scientists and technicians who are required to as- sure our freedom and strength. Our schools must give us the minds that will create our books and plays and music. They must give us the citizens who under- stand the responsibilities as well as the privileges of democracy: They' must, above all. give us men and women who have learned to think. lt is our hope that your school means to you a place where you can strive to- ward such goals. Walter Horst Superintendent of Schools A.B. Olivet College lVl.A. University of Michigan xv' X7 Z if J Everyone of us should have a sound set of principles so that we may' act honorably whenever any proposal is set before us. The decisions of life are much less difficult when we have a secure basis for our every act and conduct. Whenever, for the sake of expediencyf, we com- promise a principle. we are forever embarrassed by it. For such attributes as honor. truth. love. kindness and self-discipline. there are no substitutes. lt is our hope that. among your many accomplishments in high school. these principles will be foremost. Life will be safer and more wholesome for you with such worthy standards from which no pressure or profit can induce you to XKL1YCl'. Edmund W, Blank Principal ,-XB. Western Michigan College MA Lfniversity of Michigan PHYLLIS M. AGOSTI "Good grief, now what!" A.B., Western Michigan University American History, Speech Girl Reserves Advisor MARY B. ANDERSON "Green' is out." B.S., Western Michigan University Shorthand, Typing Clerical Office Practice Senior Class Advisor Dean of Girls ESTHER M AVERY You must know this A B Albion College MA Columbia U iversxty Home Economics F H A Advisor F N C Advisor Guidance Counselor Ax. L C BURMEISTER Simmer down ,,, B A Michigan State University Mathematics TERRENCE KANE Quiet Please' A B Western Michigan University Mathematics Hi Y Club Advisor ANTOINETTE ASH "T ones, Please." A.B., Albion College M.A., University of Michigan Vocal Music ROBERT ASH "I don't believe all this noise is sary." A.B., Kalamazoo College Western Michigan University Govemment, Economics Senior Class Advisor Student Senate Advisor Guidance Counselor Nl:LLIE RELLER BARLOW Pay attention or I II take all your Cs away BS Kalamazoo College MS University of Chicago Mathematics Sophomore Class Advisor WILLIAM E BROWN PIECES- Are there any questions before we 9 get to work B S Western Michigan University Woodshop Industrial Arts Club Advisor Stage Manager CECIL D DeLONG Well yes you re partly right AB Kalamazoo College MA University of Michigan Chemistry Physics Annual Staff Advisor 1,1 I eil cllll tv GRETCHEN FIFER You ve almost got it now lets try it again B S Western Michigan University Michigan College of Mmmg and Technology Sault Ste Marie Speech Correctiomst ALICE LaJUNE FITCH If you break a needle it will cost five cents B S Eastern Michigan College MA Western Michigan University Home Economics Consumer Education Head of Guidance Department VERNA HANCOCK Thats my final ultimatum' A B University of Michigan Library Certificate Western Michigan University Library Library Staff Advisor NORMAN L. HARRIS Without discipline we can accom plish nothing. B.S. M.A. Western Michigan University University of Wisconsin University of Illinois Head Football Coach Track Coach JOSEPH R. LASKO "Please don't slam those lockers."' State Board Machine Shop Industrial Arts Club Advisor Junior Class Advisor DALE A FUELLING If you cant read my hieroglyphic: just ask AB MA Western Mich1gan University Biology Assistant Football Coach HiY Club Advisor LEO C HANDLEY ls that clear? B S Western Michigan University Mechanical Drawing Industrial Arts Dept Director Industrial Arts Club Advisor EDWARD T JOHNSON OK Buster you get the paddle B S Hillsdale College Physical Education Health Basketball Coach Varsity Club Advisor Assistant Football Coach WALTER E. JONES Each new generation better than HSI. B.A. Manchester College M.A. Northwestern University Toledo University Indiana State Teachers College English GEORGE EDDINGTON "Ponga su chicle en la basuraf' A.B., Western Michigan University University of Mexico University of Michigan Spanish in High School French Program, Hoppin School Spanish Club Advisor F.T.A. Advisor lle LORE'I'l'A MAGNER If you cant translate Ill just have to call on someone else A B Mlchlgan State Normal Latm English Junlor Class Advlsor DOROTHY METZG ER Walt untzl you get to college youll learn BS Umverslty of Pennsylvama M A Unlverslty of Mlch1gan Englxsh Inklmg and Wlldcat Weekly Advisor DOROTHY MURRELL What another tenms ball rn the rzver9 Physncal Educatxon Health Glrls Sports Advlsor Cheerleaders Advisor Drlll Team Advlsor Tennis Coach GERALD ROYS 1 u 1 space 1 u 1 space I.1fe Certnfncate Ferns Institute B S Western Mnchlgan Umversnty Gregg School Bookkeeping Typmg Internal Accountmg MILDRED SNYDER Calm down' Western Mnchlgan Umverslty UHIVCTSIIY of WISCODSID Syracuse Umversnty Art Instxtute of Chncago Art BEI IY MATTSON Thats not a good answer ure your head B S Umverslty of Pxttsburgh M A Mnchxgan State Umversxty English History ROBERT SMITH C zrcle that B M Western Mxchxgan Umversxty M A Umverslty of Mlchxg Instrumental Music ROBERT L THOMPSON Just get up? B S M A Western Mlchxgan Umverslty Unlverslty of Nevada Mnchlgan College of Mmmg a Technology Umversnty of Mxchlgan Hlstory Reserve Football Coach Baseball Coach Reserve Basketball Coach ZEI DA VOORHEES Oh thzs 6th hour class' A B Un1vers1ty of Mlchlgan Umverslty of WISCOUSIH Umversnty of Montana English Il Dxrector of Iumor and Semor Play HAROLD A VOORHEES Crash' A B Kalamazoo College Columbla UDIVCTSIIY Umverstty of Montana Unlverslty of Michigan Western Mlchlgan Umversxty Dnver Educatxon ELEANOR WALTON Now at the Wzngspread theater A B Albnon College MA Boston Umverslty Umversnty of Mnchngan Northwestern Umverslty Englnsh Freshmen Class Advnsor 'fi . ll , A 4. 1 n - , . W ' ' ' ' , ll l , ' , . ., u an , ,. ' II' A.B., North Texas State . u A . ,, , . , u I, . . , . . ., li il . ., ' ff -., W :I..:5 ff SENIUHS enlor Class Seniors This year came so slowly and vyent so fast Sports Homecoming dances clubs all contributed to make the time fly During the first semester we sponsored tl very successful magazine subscription sale Soon the first semester was over it seemed most of the long haul was behmd us We were busily engaged selecting caps and gowns, ordering cards and announcements ordering Senior pic tures and taking care of a host of other things that came up as we neared gradua tion We were very happy to learn that twenty four Seniors, almost one quarter of the class, would graduate with honor On February 20 we proudly presented ly well Preparations for the Senior trip were next in lme Finally in April we left for New York and enjoyed a very unforgettable trip Then lt was back to school again May 4 came and the Juniors hosted us at a wonderful prom Then it wasnt long before the time really began to pass Everyone signing annuals then Baccalureate, those last exams the Junior Senior picnic, and finally Com mencement TR High and all those wonderful years were behmd and our future was ahead We would like to express our apprecia tion to our class sponsors Miss Anderson and Mr Ash for all the hard work and guidance they have given us this year lt is a big job to be responsible for all and they have certamly fulfilled their duty '51 Fm! Ron Norm Schmidt Treasurer Phil Fife President and Jim Stokot Vice president Strom! Ron Mr Ash Advisor Sandra Heckelbower, Secretary and Miss Anderson, Advisor o our play, which was received exceptional- of the details connected with graduation, 5 , Y g N ef . Q . QHIOI' 'S' Honors " PHILLIP KINGSLEY FIFE MARGARET ELEANOR HOSHEL Valedlctornan Salutatorxan and DAR Pnlgrlm SENIORS GRADL ATING VHTH HONOR I-us! Ron James Stokoe Prxsclllz Barkalow Kithryn Roberta Comer and Amon Bfdmff Reed Knwmld WIISOU PCSLZY Cook Arvns Norton Tlmd Ron Arla Faye Sarley Tom Recd Dive Pelle Pearl Iosxk .md Ronald Fxcktor rom Roser Ninracle Steve Bonfoev and Tom Gotschall Sammi Run Ndncv Anderson Blrbara Znegler Miry 'Voz zu Plclurc Don Neamcn beth H :nl Sandra Heckelbower Jando Boulette I I 4 3, I '5 2 . 5- ' 5 I lf Al A fllll faq ' ,. ,. l . , if - , 6 M .V Z V .. 1 : '45, Vi -Q ,Q ,N 'J - ef lb 1 I of .232 1 K Seniors PRISCILLA AINN BARKALOW Cuddles College Wtth Honor Pep populznm and personality per sontftezl r Sports I 2 3 Gtrl Reserves 3 Sec 4 IHS l VICCPFPB 2 Cheerleader l 2 3 4 Capt 2 4 Homecommg Queen 4 Court 'I Future Teachers Club 3 Spamsh Club " 3 Mtxed Chotr Annual Staff 4 Jumor Play RICHARD DAVID BERRY Dave College Dzscrenon of speech ts more Izan eloquence Ht Y Club 2' 3 4 Future Teachers Club 4 Mtxed Chotr 2 Buble Club 4 Semor Play WILLIAM BINDER IR Wtlly Commerctal There IS room at the top but climb :ng makes me dz zu Football 'I Industrtal Arts Club 1 2 3 4 Intramural 4 Pep Club 2 3 KENNETH LEE BLADE Punk General You net er sau dxnamlle Ill a large package Manager Football 1 Manager Basketball 1 Manager Track I 2 Varsity Club 2 3 4 In ramural I 7 3 4 nd l 2 Band Folltes 3 4 Jumor Play Semor Play CHARIFS EDWARD Bot:scHEN STEIN Chuck College A football man and a lrafltetlulll man lm! most of all a lazlns man F otball l 2 3 4 Basketball l G I 2 Track 3 4 Varsity Club 2, 3 4 Hi-Y Club 2 3 Spanish Club 2 3 . Mixed Choir l 2 CONSTANCE PAULINE AMES Conme Commercial She has a pleasant nay about her that has non her many frtends Gtrl Sports I Gtrl Reserves D S Club 'I Mtxed Chotr 3 Pep Club 'V Jumor Play Semor Play NANCY JOYCE ANDERSON Nan College Wtth Honor Neter a harsh nord lo anyone S Club 2 Wtldcat Weekly 3 4 Inkltng Staff 4 Buble Club 3 Pres 4 Jumor Play NANCY KAY BAKER Nan College Generallv spealnng she generally spealtnzg Gtrl Sports 1 2 Gtrl Reserves 3 4 D S Club 4 Cheerleader 2 4 Spantsh Club 2 3 Mtxed Chotr 4 Pep Club l 3 Jumor Play Class Treas 2 Q, ,4',QQX KENNETH MICHAEL BLALOCK Mtke College I never dare be as funny as I can Basketball 1 2 3 Tennts 2 3 4 Varstty Club 2 3 4 Ht Y Club 3 Vtce Pres 4 Wtldcat Weekly 3 Sports Edttor 4 Inklmg Staff 3 4 Student Senate 4 Wolverine Boy s State 3 Class Treas 3 Semor Play x N JANIFS KFNNETH BLOOM Jtm College Ilzs lnnbs urn ras! ln a manly mold for lmnlx Kganur anal 601111518 hold ootbnll I 'V 3 Track 4 Baseball l Varstty Club 3 4 Intramural l 2 3 4 Spanish Club 3 Pep Club 2 3 E , 'X A sf .if -uaflfif' ' t. ,, . sv I C ,gr 13. I U JUDITH LYNN BORGER "Judy" - Commercial "With a smile on her lips and a twinkle in her eye." Girl Sports 2 Girl Reserves 3, 4 J.H.S. 1 D.S. Club 2. 3 Spanish Club 2 Mixed Choir 2 Pep Club 2. 3 Junior Play Senior Play HARRIS H. BOULETTE "Hap" - College "Worry rind I have never mel." Football 2 Industrial Arts Club l, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y Club 3, 4 Intramural l, 2, 3 Junior Play Senior Play ALISON KAY BRAMER College - With Honor "Clever, witty, and peppy, too." Girl Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Girl Reserves 3, Pres. 4 J.H.S. l D.S. Club 2, 3, Sec. 4 Girls' Quartet 4 Spanish Club 2. 3 Mixed Choir 2. 3, 4 Pep Club 2 Annual Staff 4 Wildcat Weekly 3, 4 Inkling Staff 3, 4 Honor Scholarship 2 Student Senate 2. Sec. 3, 4 Band l, 2. 3, Vice-Pres. 4 Class Secretary l. Z Junior Play Band Follies 3, 4 ROSE MARIE BUBETZ "Rosie" - Commercial "She is a friend worth having." Girl Reserves 3, 4 D.S. Club 3, 4 J.H.S. 1 BEVERLY MARIE BURGERT "Bev" - College "Full of fun and mischief too, al- ways up to something new." Girl Sports l, 2, 3, 4 Girl Reserves 3, 4 Future Nurse's Assoc. 3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3 Senior Play STEVE C. BONFOEY K'Steve" - College - With Honor "Be good and you'll he happy, but yoifll miss a lot of fun." Football 1 fi Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 Industrial Arts Club 4 'P Varsity Club 3. 4 Hi-Y Club l, 2. 3, 4 Intramural 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 2, 3 Pep Club Z. 3 Junior Play '4 l JANDA BOULETTE "Ianni" - College - With Honor "Pass the fun, please." Girl Reserves 3, 4 us. Club 2. 3. 4 R Future Teachefs Club 3, 4 Mimi Choir 3. 3, 4 V s Pep Club l. 2. 3 E Wildcat Weekly 3. 4 Inkling Staff 3. 4 .W Band I. Z. 3, Treas, 4 Band Follies 3, 4 Junior Play Senior Play L WILLIAM LEROY BURCHARD L'Bill" - Industrial "May he live I0 be as old as his Car," RICHARD EWEN CAMERON "Dick" - College "As .true II lover as ever sighed upon a midnight pillow. Golf 2 E Baseball 1 Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4 1 Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3 Annual Staff 4 Wildcat Weekly 3, 4 Junior Play 3 Senior Play 4 GORDON LEE CARPENTER 'lGordy" - College "He'll tell you arzyhilig-if y0u'll believe it." Football l, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 1 Track l Baseball 3, 4 UB? Varsity Club 3, 4 Spanish Club 2 Mixed Choir 4 Pep Club 2, 3 CYNTHIA JANE CLEVELAND "Cindy" - Commercial "Talented and capable, a friend Io everyone." Girl Reserves 3, 4 Pep Club 3 Band 4 Band Follies 3, 4 Centreville, Michigan 1, 2 JOSEPH PAUL D'AMORE "Joe" - College "What should a man do but merry?" Football 1, 4 Golf 2 Baseball 1, 3, 4 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4 Intramural l, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 1 Future Teacher's Club 4 Mixed Choir 4 Pep Club l, 2, 3 Student Senate 1 Band Follies 4 DARLENE KAY DELONG "Darlene" - Commercial "She is as good as she is fair." Girl Reserves 3, 4 F.N.A. 3, 4 Bible Club 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4 Senior Play VERONICA JEAN DIMMICK "Jean" - Commercial "A maid of friendly disposition." Girl Reserves 3, 4 Homecoming Court 4 DELMAN EARL EASTES "Del" - Industrial "Do not put off until tomorrow what you can enjoy today." Football 1 Industrial Arts Club l, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Choir 1, 2 EGGY JANE COOK "Peg" - College - With Honor "Quiet, title and kind, one whom the world can't leave behind." Girl Reserves 3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3 Wildcat Weekly 3, 4 lnkling Staff 3, Feature Editor 4 Honor Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Senate 2, 4 Library Staff 2, 3, 4 Junior Play Senior Play STUART L. DAVIS "Stu" - College "1 didn't come here to learn, I came to laugh." Manager Football 1 Track Manager 1 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramural 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ROBERTA ANN COSNER "Bert" - College - With Honor "Everlasting charm lies in a woman's quietness." Girl Sports 2, 3 J.H.S. 1 D.S. Club 3, 4 Mixed Choir 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, Sec. 4 Band Follies 3, 4 Interlochen 3 J.H.S. Triple Trio 1 D.S. Double Trio 3, 4 All-Star Band 3 SANDRA JOYCE DUNNINGTON "Sandy" - Commercial "A quiet person is welcome any- where." Girl Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Girl Reserves 3, 4. J.H.S. 1 D.S. Club 2, 3 Spanish Club 2 Mixed Choir 3 Pep Club 1, 2, 3 MARCH HARRISON DURREN College "To do what you ran, as well as you can is a mighty fine goal for most any man." Football l, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Golf 1 Track 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4 Intramural 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Student Senate 1, 2 Band Follies 4 Junior Class Pres. li E As if --5 Q6 2 if Lv we A at. Senior s PHILLIP KINGSLEY FIFE Phll College Wxth Hlghest Honor Eat drznk and make merry for tomorrow we have an exam Football 1 2 Track 1 H1 Y Club 2 3 Intramural 2 Mlxed Choir Pep Club 2 3 Annual Staff 4 Wildcat Weekly 3 4 Inklmg 3 4 Honor Scholarsh1p I Student Senate 1 Class President 2 4 Vtce Presndent 1 RUTH ANN FORNARESIO Ruthie Commercxal An all around pal a ltkeable a G1rlSports1 2 3 4 Gnrl Reserves 3 4 FHA l Pe Club 1 2 3 Junior Play Semor Play THOMAS GENE GOTSCHALL Tom College Wlth Honor I came I bluffed I graduated Football 1 4 Basketball 4 G 1 2 3 Cat 3 4 Varstty Club H1YClub2 3 4 Sec 4 Intramurall 3 Capt 1 2 Pep Club 2 Annual Staff Wildcat Weekly Staff 3 4 Inklmg Staff 4 B nd l 2 3 Junlor Play Boys State 3 SANDRA MAY HACKENBURG Sandy Commerctal Always happy seldom sad thats lttnd of friend to have .I H S 1 DS Club 3 Buble Club 3 4 JAMES CARROL HALTER hm College Play and Ill play wtth you study and youll study alone Football 1 2 4 Track 4 Industrial Arts Club 1 2 3 Varsity Club 4 Intramural 1 Pep Club 2 3 ROINALD DAVID FACKTOR Ron College Wtth Honor T15 true hes very much tncltned to talk and jolte mth all manktnd Go 3 4 H1 Y Club 2 3 Intramural 1 2 Spanish Club 2 Mxxed Chotr l Pep Club 2 3 Wlldcat Weekly Inklmg 4 Band 1 'V Pres Band Follles 3 Interlochen 2 3 Jumor Play Semor Play PEGGY ANN FOSDICK Peg Commercial Never a harsh word to anyone Gnrl Sports l 2 3 4 Gtrl Reserves 3 4 D Club 2 3 4 F HA 1 Pres 2 Mlxed Cholr 3 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 RICHARD ALLEN GEARHART Dtck Industrial Ive given up reading books I find zt takes my mmf! off myself Baseball 1 Industrial Arts Clubl 2 3 4 Vtce pres 4 NORMAN JEROME GREGORY Norm Industrlal He dzd hzs part by dotng his best Industrtal Arts Club 1 2 3 4 PATRICIA ROSE GRIFFIN Pa Commercral Attractne and fazr with pretty blond hatr Gnrl Sports Glrl Reserves DS Club 2 3 A 1 Mlxed Cholr 2 Pep Club 1 2 .60- U' P54 ,fin 5'5" 51 1 I L L Y tt - If - - - - U -1 - - ' V n y - Y .' 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Y V, ft bffffial' Q-fr ' fe e... , y 55, 1 'Nl-nv ' '51 S .I -.af if Wt 'Q' 40" N 1 -X X Semin s MARYBETH HAZEL College Wxth Honor She talks less and tlzznlss more Gr Sports12 3 4 Glrl Reserves 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 Wnldcat Weekly Staff 3 4 Inklmg Staff 3 4 News Ed 4 Honor Scholarshlpl 2 3 4 Llbrary Staff 2 3 4 FDWARD EARL HOUGHTALING Eddie College Men of the fenest words are the best men Semor Play MILDRED ROSETTA IRWIN M1ll1e College A friend to all and foe to none Glrl Reserves 3 4 DS Club 3 4 J H S 1 FNA 4 Treasurer 4 Mlxed Cholr 3 4 Pep Club 2 LAURA ELAINE JACOBS Commerclal The better you ltnow her the better you like her ndl23 JOHN M JANSEN General Full of fun and nmclzzef too doznrg things he shouldnt do Football 1 3 Tenms l 2 lndustrlal Arts Club l, 2, 3 4 Pep Club 3 IDA MAE JESSUP Commercxal As modest and as sweet as ever U mazd could be Gnrl Reserves 3 4 J H S 1 DS Club 2 DARLENE JUNE HARRISON Dar Commercxal A ltznd sympatlzetlc lzlteable girl Schoolcraft Hugh School 1 2 3 Glrl Reserves 4 Bxble Club 4 Sandy College Wlth Honor A good worlter a good friend and full of fun Glrl Sports 1 2 Glrl Reserves 3 J HS l DS Club 2 4 F H A 1 F TA 4 Mlxed Cholr 2 Pep Club 2 3 Wrldcat Weekly Staff 3 Inklmg Staff 3 4 Honor Scholarship 2 Senlor Play Class Secretary 4 Annual Staff 4 Bookstore 4 MARGARET ELEANOR HOSHEL Marnxe College Wlth Hlgh Honor Versatrlzty IS the seed of gemus Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Treas 4 S 1 Pres DS Club 2 FHA '7 3 4 Sec 2 es F A 3 4 Pres 4 Pep Club 2 3 Annual Staff 4 Editor 4 Wxldcat Weekly Staff 3 4 Inklmg Staff 3 4 Honor Scholarshlp Student Senate 2 Band Follles 2 3 Ltbrary Staff 2 3 4 Vlce pres 3 Junlor Play Semor Play WAYNE CLYDE HERMANCE General I mind my own business and find I hate plenty to do " Morgan Tovsnshlp Hugh School l, 'V Valparaiso Hlzh School 3 Wlldcat Weekly Staff 4 Annual Staff -1 Inklmg Staff 4 ,J 'fa ii! vf 6 wr' 1 4 L. 's f c ,. Y 1 I O 1 I L n l 1 , , , . ' Q' 'sv , , .tsfgggi ' si?-1' 5 r.'::.'fl:Z7'ff23g, 'F' '-tri-'irq sms, SANDRA KAY HECKELBOWER U Y- - - - 1 L . 7 , 3 X . . . , 4 ' 'J ' e 1 5 5 ' 4 . ' , . . i 4 I 2 1. 1 I 9 - 1 . , , 4 4, " - " I" ' J.H. . , . '1 ' ' B , , , 4 - ' 3 . . . -, , , . .., Pr . 3 . , - , ' , . If ' 1, 2, 3, 4 Ei ' . , 4 l , Q ,, :Q . , . 1 -'-- Q I A xr S - , -n - 'J Seniors ROSE ANN KILLIAN Rose Commercxal Sametzmes gnen to sertous thoughts but not often Gnrl Reserves 3 4 J H S 1 DS Club 2 3 4 Mlxed Cholr 2 3 4 PEARL ELIZABETH LOSIK Perdle Commercial Wxth Honor Sizes a fountain of cheerfulness and good wxll Gtrl Sports 1 2 LII l Reserves J H S 1 DS Club 2 3 F A l 2 Mlxed Cholr 3 Inklmg Staff 4 JERRY ROBERT MCCALLY Jake Industrlal Why take life sertouslyl you never get out of tt ahve Fcotballl 2 3 Industrlal Arts Club l 2 3 4 CHARLES EDWARD MARVIN Chuck College The norlds no better If we worry lifes no longer If we hurry Basketball 2 Tenms 3 4 Track l 2 Varslty Club Hx Y Club 2 Vxce pres 3 Treas 4 Intramural 3 Mlxed Choxr Pep Club 3 Student Senate 1 Boys State 3 Junlor Play PHILLIP L MAYER Phxl General It takes ltfe to enjoy lzfe Amphnheater Hugh School Tucson Arlzonal 2 3 Industnal Arts Club 4 MICHAEL G LeMENSE Whltey College After all tts not whether you ww or lose but how you play the game Football l Manager 2 3 1 2 3 Varsxty Club 2 3 4 I-I1Y Club 2 3 Fuian Sec 4 Intramural l 2 3 4 FTA 4 Mnxed Chonr 4 Pep Club 2 3 Band Folllms 4 Semor Play FRANCES GAYLE LESSIG 'Tex College Openly qmet but often she fools Temple H1gh School I 2 Gnrl Sports 3 Glrl Reserves 3 CARYL JEANNE LILLIE Carlyle Commerclal With sueetmss fresh as any rose Glrl Reserves 3 4 DS Club 3 4 Buble Club 2 3 4 WALTON JAMES MCCALLY Jam College Some men are wzse others are otherwise Basketball 2 Baseballl 2 3 4 Industrlal Arts Club 3 4 Varslty Club 2 3 4 Intramural l 3 4 Spamsh Club 2 Pep Club 3 MICHAEL JOHN MARIETTI Mtke College Happv go lucky bold and free nothtng there ts that bothers me Footballl 2 3 4 Go 1 2 Track 3 4 Varsity Club 3 4 Sec 4 H1 Y Club 4 Intramural 1 2 3 4 Capt 4 Mnxed Chonr 4 Pep Club 2 3 Band Follxes 4 Semor Play 1 0 l k t tt 11 - u - 11 . 11 - - , - 11 - 1 . ' 11 1 . " T . 1 1 1 2 . . . Golf , , , 4 - - ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 , ' 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 .. - 1 - - 4 11 - 1. 1 . 41 - ' ." us." , , 1 : 3, 4 . . , , 4 .H. . , , 4 rt , 11 - - .. 11 - 11 - - W, SU ,, . Y I 4 ..1 - - 11 . ' 1 1 1 . . , 1 1 1 , , It ,11 tl - 11 -I1 y 1 . l " ' , f - 1, - 1 - 11 , ' A , 1 1 1 ' , - , l 1 1 3, 4 '- ' 1 1 1 ' ' 1 - ' . ' 4 1 sa ' 11 - 11 Y 1 I . - 11 - 1 1 1 41 - 11 - 1 11 . . . ,, , ' ' 1 1 ' . ' ' '- 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 l it '17 Serum s SHIRLEY ANN MILLER Mouse Commerclal Happmess ts meant to be shared Gurl Reserves 3 4 Glrl Sports I 2 3 .I H S 1 DS Club 2 3 Pep Club 2 3 ROGER DOUGLAS MIRACLE Marlon College Wxth Honor The student the athlete the man Basketball I 2 3 4 Tenms I 2 Capt 3 4 Varsity Club 2 3 4 Spamsh Club 2 3 Annual Staff 4 Wnldcat Weekly Staff 3 4 Inklmg Staff 3 4 Honor Scholarshup 1 2 3 4 Class Treasurer l NANCY ANN NEIGHBOURS Nan College Softly speak and sweetly smzle Gnrl Sports 2 Gxrl Reserves 3 4 JHS 1 DS Cltnb 2 4 FTA 4 Pep Club 2 3 ARVIS IYLA NORTON Arv College Wtth Honor The mtldest manners and the gen tlest heart Marcellus Hrgh School 1 2 Gtrl Reserves 3 4 F TA 3 Pep Club 3 Jumor Play Semor Play DAVID FRANCIS PELLEGROM Pelly College Wnth Honor A Itttle nonsense now and then ts practtced by the best of men Football I 2 Basketball l 2 Tenms 3 4 Varsxty Club 3 H1 Y Club 2 3 Spamsh Club 2 Annual Staff 4 Wildcat Weekly Staff 3 Sports Ed. 4 lnkling Staff 3 4 Honor Scholarship 1 2 3 4 Student Senate l Boys State 3 BONNIE JEAN MOHNEY Boney College A smzle for all a frown for none always peppy and full of fun Gnrl Reserves 3 4 I H S I DS Club 2 3 4 FTA 4 Span1sh Club 2 Mixed Cholr 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 Bookstore 4 JAMES GORDON MOI-INEY J 1m Commerctal Prepare for the worst expect t e best and take what comes Track 2 Manager 3 Band 3 4 DONALD ARTHUR NEAMEN Don College Wlth Honor Many have suffered from talk u few from szlence Annual Staff 4 Wildcat Weekly Staff 3 4 Inklmg Staff 3 Sports Ed 4 Honor Scholarshlp 1 2 3 4 Bandl 2 3 Pres 4 Band Follnes 3 Llbrary Staff 3 Pres Jumor Play Semor Play Natlonal Mustc Camp All Star Band 2 3 JAMES EDWARD MYERS Jnm Industnal He doesnt Itke to study xt weakens hzs eyes Industnal Arts Club 1 2 3 4 ELAINE MARTHA PETERSEN Commerctal Away wtth books lets have some un G1rlSportsl 2 3 4 Grrl Reserves 3 4 .I H S I DS Club 2 3 Spamsh Club 2 Mixed Cholr I 2 3 Pep Club 2 3 Inkling Staff 4 Junior Play KATHRYN ELLEN REED Kathy College Wuth Honor A pretty face wtth a dusposttton to match Gurl Reserves 3 4 Court of Homecomung Queen 1 4 FTA 4 Pep Club 2 3 Annual Staff 4 Wuldcat Weekly Staff 3 4 Inklung Staff 3 Edutor 4 Honor Scholarshup 1 2 3 4 Band 1 Buble Club 2 Lubrary Staff Sec 3 Vuce pres 4 Jumor Play Semor Play TERRENCE A REIFF Reef' College If you tlutnk before you speak the other fellow gets un hus Joke ftrst I-lu Y Club 2 3 4 Intramural 1 3 4 FT A 4 Muxed Chour 1 2 4 Pep Club 2 3 Wuldcat Weekly Staff 4 Iunuor Play Senuor Play LINDA LOU ROBISON Lumpy Commercual If stlence were notse whole orchestra Gurl Reserves 3 4 FNA 3 4 Buble Club 2 3 4 ARLA FAYE SARLEY Arla College Wuth Honor She danced on the cetlzng and she danced on the wall everyone agreed she was the belle of the ball Gurl Reserves 3 4 J HS l DS Club 2 3 4 FTA 4 Muxed Chour 4 Pep Club 2 3 Wuldcat Weekly Staff 3 Edutor 4 Inklung Staff 3 4 Band Follues 2 3 4 Lubrary Staff 3 Sec 4 Interlochen Natuonal Musuc Camp Jumor Play JOHN MORGAN SETTLE College I may not always be right but m never wrong Mendon Hugh School 1 Football 4 Tennus 4 Baseball 2 3 Varsuty Club 4 Hu Y Club 2 3 Intramural 2 3 Spamsh Club 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 Band 2 3 J umor Play Senunu s CONSTANCE ELLEN REED Connue Commercual Her ways are ways of pleasantness Gurl Sports 1 2 3 Gurl Reserves 3 4 J H S 1 DS Club2 3 Vuce pres 4 Court of Homecomung Queen 4 Spanush Club 2 Muxed Chour 4 Pep Club 2 3 Annual Staff 4 Jumor Play Semor Play THOMAS WALTER REED Tom College Wuth Honor In heaven an angel IS nobody un partucular Baseball 1 2 3 Industrual Arts Club 1 2 Sec Varsuty Club 2 3 4 Hu Y Club 2 3 Pres Intramural 1 2 Camera Club 2 F TA 4 Spanush Club 4 Pep Club 3 4 Honor Scholarshup 1 2 3 Student Senate Sec DARLA MAE RYAN Dar Commercual A person who ts wtse say Gurl Sports 2 3 4 Gurl Reserves 3 4 IHS 1 DS Club 2 3 4 FNA Sec 4 FHA 2 3 Vucefpres Muxed Chour 4 Pep Club 3 lttle PATRICIA MAE SCOTT Pat Commercual A smule for every gzrl and two for every fellow Gurl Reserves 3 4 I H S 1 Club 2 3 Muxed Chour 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 Junuor Play NORMAN R SCHMIDT Norm College Calm patzent steady but arruvung Football 2 3 Capt 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Varsuty Club 3 Treas 4 Intramural 2 Capt 3 4 FTA 4 Spanush Club 2 3 Pep Club 2 3 Class Treasurer 4 1 . 1 1 L . 4. uv - U ' H - ' H . . .. H .U ,u - ' , s , 2 y . .. ' . . . ' ' 3 7 - ' u . . . , , y u 1 u . Q , ' 1 ' 1. H - ' 4. . - - tt s - uu H . . u . . . . ,u , y y . , , . 3 - y , . , , n 1 '- ! 1 ' . . , , 3, 4 3 7 3 , , ,4 su ' us- ' H ,, . uu - - n . . . ,, , shed be a " 5 4 , 1, 4 1 u , 7 ' ' ' 3 o Q 1 1 , . . , , . . . , , .4 u. -, - 4. -- tt U - l n U ' ' A . ll 3 . . . , . , , , . .. , , , D.S. , , 4 , n . ' , , , , . tt us ,, . , .1 . . . ,, , I , , , . fu I 3 5 ' 7 J . . ' 3 ' 3 , . . . 3 - , ,4 , , ,4 3 I , F ig g 'Y , s-. . -.fe 1 ,M or f '-t ia A J '19, Seniors CHARLES E. SPENCER "Charlie" - Industrial "With your friendliness and wit you have made it a joy, to be called your friend, Charlie my boy." Football I Tennis 3, 4 Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 3, 4 Intramural l, 2 3, 4 Pep Club 2 3 I EE CORDELL STANARD General None so bltthely gay as he where er the ladies chance to be Football 1 4 'I nnis 1 2 4 Varsity Club 2 3 4 Intramural 1 2 3 Spanish Club 2 3 Pep Club 2 3 Jumor Play CYRUS THOMAS STEVENSON Skip Industrial I could study if I wanted to but oh those girls' Footballl 2 3 4 Track 1 4 Baseball 2 Varsity Club 2 3 4 Intramural 2 4 Pep Club 2 GEORGIA A TOBLER George College Commerclal Humor is the harmony of the heart Girl Sports l 2 3 Vice pres 4 FTA 4 Spanish Club 4 Pep Club 2 3 TED TODD Senator College When Im around I e air generally filled with speeches Tennis 4 Track 2 3 H1 Y Club 2 Intramural 1 2 3 FTA 3 4 Mixed Choirl 2 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 Wildcat Weekly Staff 3 4 Inkling Staff 3 4 Student Senate Vice pres 3 Pres 4 Library Staff 3 4 Junior Play Senior Play MARTHA ANN STECK "Mart" - College "What does it hurt, if I like to flirt." Girl Sports 1, 2, 3 Girl Reserves 3, Vice-pres. 4 J.H.S. l D.S. Club 2, 3, 4 F.N.A. Vice-pres. 3, Pres. 4 Mixed Choir 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 2 3 Student Senate 2 3 Junior Play JOHN B SMITH College The only good losers are those who are used to tt Football l Industrial Arts Club 1 2 3 4 JAMES BOWER STOKOE Jim College With Honor T hts world and then the fireworks Football 1 2 3 Go 1 2 Tennis 3 4 Varsity Club 3 4 Ht Y Club 2 3 4 Intramurall 2 3 Capt 4 F T A. 4 Pep Club 2 3 Annual Staff 4 Wildcat Weekly Staff 3 Inkllng Staff 3 4 Honor Scholarship 1 2 Student Senate 1 Junior Play Senior Play Class President 1 Class Vice president 2 4 JANICE MARIE TOBIN College important to be nice G1rlSportsl 2 3 Pres 4 Girl Reserves 3 J H S 1 Cheerleader 2 4 Spanish Club 2 Mixed Choir 2 Pep Club 2 3 SHARRON LEE TUESLEY Sherrontc Commercial A Joy to all who know her DS Club2 3 4 Bible Club 2 3 4 22 . ,n i Q lf ' -,Q j , J, , 3, 49 l- . w 3 ' all may K x t , I A g t , 1 I x I X, 2, s I t . t f' A ,, . Y 1 n 4 I - n - n y are ,f - - U4 f 5 . . ' . , 19" J C U , , , , , , Y 4 7 9 . . ' ' ' N . ,. gf ' . It f 3 is 2 fr A ,fe , 'A u - va - - ' 4' ' J ' U D 3 lf , ll ' 11 - ' . It ' ' , 'X , ' ." , " , ly 9 "B I , , , ' s 1 Q - i W-if y . . . I s l 1 J -A , 4 , . ' . , , 3, 4 J . ' . , LA H I ' - - if H , n 'fuss 'lk Girl Reserves, 334, ' "It's nice to be important, but more 'V ' ' il . ' ' l ' Es : ' , 4 I Um ' ' ' ' y tiyp, U V X ' nw - , 3 i s V-are if ' N- . ' 1' . ' f 4 . 3 A ' " as i is A An H D " ' h ' is . '. ,, ' st - n - ' ' - 3 u - n A - , 3, 4 . " - 4 . , 1 x , , . , , . 1-,K be .l . . , ' ' , , 7 Y ! ' ! , i A . ' , N. . - ' ' ' .N . . 3 A A -' 'Y 1 of Seniors TERRENCE L WEIANDT Terry Industrtal Every t1me I feel ambltrous I he down untzl the jeeltng goes away Intramural 3 4 Pep Club 3 Semor Play SANDRA SUE WIEDENBECK Gussle Commerclal Beware' I may yet become famous Gtr Sports 1 2 3 4 Grrl Reserves 3 4 J HS 1 Treas D S Club 4 Cheerleader 4 F H A 3 Spanrsh Club 2 3 Mlxed Cholr 2 4 Pep Club 2 3 JUDITH ANN WELLINGTON Judy Commerclal She IS gentle and shy and wrth her frzends ranks high Glr Sportsl 2 3 4 Gnrl Reserves 3 4 D Club 2 3 4 FHA I Spanish Club 2 Pep Club 2 3 .Iun1or Play KNAOMIA BELLE WILSON College Wrth Honor Muszc rs Auld to be the speech of angels Gnrl Reserves 3 4 .I HS l DS Club 2 3 FHA 3 Pres 4 F TA 2 3 Treas 4 Spamsh Club 2 Mlxed Chotr 1 2 3 Wlldcat Weekly Staff 3 News Inklmg Staff 3 4 Honor Scholarship 3 4 nd l 2 3 Band Follies 2 3 4 All Star Band 1 2 3 4 Junlor Play Senior Play Triple Trlo l 2 Girls Quartet 4 BARBARA JEAN ZIEGLER Barb College Commerctal Wtth Honor Always ready with a helpulg hand Glrl Sports 1 Girl Reserves 3 4 .I H S 1 D S Club 2 3 Wildcat Weekly Staff 3 4 Inkllng Staff 3 4 Buble Club 2 3 4 Llbrary Staff 4 MARY ELLEN VICKREY College Wzth blackest hazr combed smoothly back admzrers she wzll newer lacll Sweet Sprtngs Mxssourl H S 1 Gtrl Sports 2 3 4 Gxrl Reserves 3 4 DS Club 2 3 4 Spannsh Club 2 Sec 3 Mlxed Cholr 2 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 .Iun1or Play Senlor Play DAVID ALLEN WEINBERG Dave Industrlal He leads the gzrlr a merry chase Industrxal Arts Club 1 2 3 Pres Intramural 3 4 Semor Play JERRY JEROME WILKINS Industrlal I m happy today why worry about tomorrow C EDWARD WILLIAMS Claude Industrial When bluff wont work I resort to study Football 2 3 4 Bas etballl 2 3 4 Trackl 2 4 Industrial Arts Club Varslty Club 2 3 4 Mrxed Chonr 1 2 3 Student Senate 4 Sensor Play SALLY JEAN WOODALL Woody Home Economlcs ,9- as-1 WW 'L Lzttle I care lf Ilttle I am I can do S.. ns much as the big girls can Gtrl Reserves 3 S DS Club 2 4 Blble Club 3 4 M r,f 7-QR "If You Junivr-Scniur Prom Huy 5. 1956 C prwsum LI mg 5-1 xr' X 5 T- in Miko Blkxlouk lcndx thc line for rcfrcxhmcmx. Y A-I W . 1 , K Can Ure-f m Y Claw officcry prom chairmen. and cxcorts their guests, ,.f'f??:k b f 1 , 3 ' 'f-'1r..1?5mx . L1 ' gf Q5 J .' ' ' A I Q' . I iffy. 1 N 1 - 'f - . f yd' .4 I f ai I ,I 1, A , x 5 ' 3 sg A I 'HE XIUPUL1 Ptggl 17 ww. SRX! HUIHKUQ Thi Xlgff Nlpxlx I L! L . LI If Iwi' ITL' ffUf'L'W1UZi,1RX Q1 Ist prize emor nap 'N' I 'ff and bf Groucho Sent me 4-mamwmwfw Reading up AA A3 2 They re the Swepstakes xx 'S Some of the girls at Arla Faye's party. cg b ,V " Darlene Strikes a pose N1 irwbeth takes time out ,ol for a nap fr f'Q '10, Kuthfs L1 card shark, Tom reaches for more bread. ff X55 CLASSES Honor tudents TWELFTH GRADE HONOR STUDENTS F1r.stRon Knaomxa Wllson Kathryn Reed and Peggy Cook Second Ron Dave Pellegrom Roger Mlrdcle Phllllp Flfe and James Sto oe Not zn Prclun Marybeth Hazel Margaret Hoahel and Don Neamen ELEVENTH GRADE HONOR STUDENTS FN Flrfr Rml Judy Bxttmg Sally Miller Patucm Havens Mary Jo Houta and Joyce Grover Yfcomi Ron Jeff Kcnser Jane Grnf flth Edith Llnsner Norma Jenn Ely and John Coates Nor nz Pniura Judy Recd and Sally Reed l ' ' J , . . . , J C .T -- 1 , ' ' I, - XJ . .Q , , A. 5 We , Q A p re.. Q 5 . J . f - K . 1 N . . ' s 9 '. . - ': , A A L 1 Y J ' - nr I V x . . l: , egg, Q. , ' ' , . 4 , I '- I I X 7 X J , ' 4 I -X J . I 2 K , . ' ' ' I J li I V li f l , ' J D x . ' 9' , if - - ' , ' 5 l 5 , - - f - . - F "'1 - 5 , .X-If 47 ,. X . 5 V 5 , . - , l J 'N - 3 E l . ' 1' I J , K ,G J , . X J, . 'v ' xh 'Q N X' ' Y" ' 'v ', 3 4 , 7 . - XX Rx . L. x Y - J- , xr., ,D ,xx . ' A .-. ' ' Q L . ' ' ' v ' X' y ' 1' ' . l If , .Y . . i . .A ,ll , 1 .. ' . ' - TENTH GRADE HONOR STUDENTS NINTH 1,2521 C? I'1r.rtR0n Margaret Brady Carolyn Shrvely Nancy Johnson Gwen Reed Sandra Smnth and Judy Kexser Second Ron Cassandra Kuhnle Susan Waters Pat Thomas Ann ette Wellmslon BCIIY Boeschenstem and Deborah Hamllton Tlurd Ron Dave Klmgel Tom Houzs Larry Houts and Ronald Ove EIGHTH GRADE HONOR STUDENTS Fnrst Ron Barbara Hay Chrrsty Clymer and Mary McGavern Second Ron James Gnffxth Stanley Reed and Paul Hllllard RADE HONOR STUDENTS fn ""'-0-.. First Row KFISIIH Blank Julle Brown Karen Stemmger Peggy Hackenburg and Sara Bowers Second Row Geoffrey Hamxlton Michael Facktor and Wxlham Smxth I ,fu- Qfi Q3 C ' 5 - J f Q 5 J A , 2 5 Z L," A I ,- 'ah Y N ,,,, '-A I 1 , J I i f k , ' 3 i 5 J , 9 S 2 r. Y A 'A Q - H R -I In n TC ' V A T? -O Q H . H A J ' I , Xi 0, 0 , - f 9 Y f a, A TIL' I 'J f . - Y' ' ,Y 5. J A L' 4 , , l ' I ' : . . , . , , G . : . . . - , , . 5 , Q ' J J , R7 4, 4 ,, 5 . J :Q 3 ' :f:"5::?xg:- A f ' - W. aQff' - 'fr S AA - Z " 2 ff' :H T As I G J ef la f f r f f 5 2 'Q -, -Q 3 W ' u' '- I -v vs V ' . ' 1 'x 1 ' , 1 If I if x , A - s I . - ' .. 7 ' l . - , f 1 , . A I V: y 4 v- 1 U l . , S.. I 4 . V. . 1 , 1 , - - a l 5 'ff' if-M W I , ,K r V :ref , 1 . . f' I 3 it '- ' i, . . ll ' . Q , xx N 'X' as 1 ,Q . x- , ,L M -' 3, A 8 arf' Q I -- Q is M4 M V J , , ' M f - . . 1 ' K Q , ' ' ' y -1, I C . 7 1 ', ., ' ,.. - - , g- - . . Y . ! ' , 'af Iunlor Class 'Ihe class of 1958 went 1nto IIS J umor year w1th confidence and antrcrpatlons of good thlngs to come And xt wasn t long before they started to come' Sports, dances, and other act1v1t1es, took up a lot of our t1me and we didnt at all mmd We sold at the games and sponsored dances Our treasury grew as we looked for ward to next year and the Semor trxp On November 14 we proudly present ed our Jumor Play and It was very well recenved A notxceable number of our class mates made the honor roll and we were qulte proud of them Thmgs Just kept rollmg along and then the ttme started growmg nearer and near er to a bxg event Ln our hugh school career Well we put nn a lot of work and were yustly rewarded when we sponsored a very lovely Jumor Prom on May 4 We had a lot of fun 1n our Jumor year and dld many thmgs But when we fmally trooped home after the Jumor Senxor p1cn1c we all reahzed one thmg next year we w1ll be Semors and what a year that w1ll be Seated are Phul Davis Presldent Mnss Magner Advxsor and Barbara Snuth Treasurer Standnng I5 Putty Purscll Secretary Missing from the plcture IS hly Tomlinson Vice Presxdent Anderson Carol Bnttmg Judy Blood Jewel Boxse Jerry Boughton Kenneth Bowlby Kenneth adford Duane Brandenburg Kurt Breth James Brooks Agnes Brooks Ed Brown Bxll Brundxge Eugene Brunner Leslle Buckhold Chrxs Buel Roy Chapman Ardnth Clark Walter Coates John Collms Charlene Coombs Dolly Cornellus Brll Cornelius Tom Cottmgham Donald Davls Phnlhp Davrs Rxchard DeHaan Ronme Dettmar Elizabeth Detwller Marqulta Detw1ler Marsha Drethrxch John Dolph Perxanne Dunmngton Gene Durren Rex Elrschele Vlrgnl Ely Norma Emmerhng Russell ken 3 Q3 ffm Fxkar James 7 gr Fnsh Ruth Foerster Davnd 4546. Xe Iunlor J swan 'Q' YQ-f X Ax U I t Iunior Nl 77' 'S -N ' l A II -0 ,E V7 X, K sf,-A '11 hmmm f':: Forshey Davld Garland Betty Gazella JoAnn Gxlbert Geraldlne Gnlchrrst Brenda Goodenough Mary Grrffxth Jane Grover Joyce Hackler Shlrley Hall Sandra Hand Nancy Harsh Mary Havens Patty Henschel Marlene Henschel Ronme Herschleb Jerry Hull Kay Hlllard Ted Houseworth Loretta Houts Mary Jo Jones Olln Jansen Judy Kauffman Kenneth Keene Sandra Keene Ted Kelser Jeffrey Kerth Kathleen Kung Bull Kleer Fred Krlevms Armand lewrs George Lmn Gerald Lmsner Edxth Lunsford Mary McCally Davld McDonald Joe McJury Bette Martm Jay Mayer Delbert Meyer Leo Iumors Mrller Lmda Muller Sally Mohney R1cha.rd Neely Dale Nelson Robert R Nnchols Dorothy Nxdy Eldon 'f' '+R 'N Pamsh Wllbur Parsons Jrm Payne Judy Porter Debbne ""' Pursell Patty Reed Judy Reed Sally Remmgto R1chard QQ 43 Rentfrow James Renwald Anne A Rlegle Larr Rrfenberg Shrrley Romlg Betty 7" Schanz Barbara Shelton Wrllastyne Sloan Janlce Smallcombe Laura 'U' Smmth Barbara A-nal-I Spence Joan Sperry Manlou 'A' Studebaker Mary Summers Tom Swanwrck Kathryn Thompson Gale 'F Thornburgh Vrolet Tokarskr Mary Tomlrnson Ealy Townsend Darnlynn VanDeraa Ronald Wagner Phyllxs Wagner Thomas Watson Sandra Whrte Maury 4' I I ' , 9 l ,S 1 V 1 , , I M" Q. g xi' 1, "gre I 1 fr- - . 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Grace XR , w Xx-1 M ' N A Lnl Miss Magner and some of the Juniors plan for the Junior-Senior Prom. napshots Ely Tom linson whips off a speed test, 3. !,' .Q- V +- Fl, Concemrdtinc on some deep literature. hr .44-is ,Q 4 L' , 1 H -5 L-, XX orking hurd- ophomore Class We Sophomores had a very good year A large number of our boys partxclpated 1n sports most of them wmmng varslty awards In fact many of the boys were regular starters on the varslty team We were also qulte proud of our representatron on the cheerleadmg squad and on the honor ro On February 22 we sponsored a very successful post game dance lt Along came the .Tumor Semor Prom and some of us had a real thrlll m servlng at the Prom Seemg that, really made us anxlous to move along to our Junlor year Durlng the year our able advxsor was Mrs Barlow We were very grateful for the help she gave us A prcmc w1th the freshmen at the end of the year marked the close of a very memorable and pleas ant Sophomore year 'G x 'W' .Lum Frrsz Ron Geoffrey Hamrlton Vue presndent Robert Drckens Presrdent and Ray Comeau Treasurer Second Ron Phyllrs Snyder Secretary and Mrs Barlow Advnsor . . . , . ' . ll. V A .75 , . ' A W 'v-. 'sv Q F- j. i AK fl ,f if X A ui' A . I 5, AH ' . l I .R V I X ' 6' J 5 ' 2' 2 I J afw' A , L ophomores ,fu lil Www' F1 Q R' . Q., 'as fsqx if 'f-ny sp! ,avi iid fx 4' :lvl x li T7 it Alwood Clarence Anderson Manlyn Atkxnson Roger Austxn ary Beal Allen Beck Jnm Bernhardt Ann Bishop Ann Brshop Cora Black Thomas Blalock Sharalyn Blank Knstm Bourne, Jerry Borger Ion Bowden Kae Bowers Sara Bowersox Walter Brackett Joseph Bnstol Rlchard Broker Richard Bronstetter Betty Brown, Julle Buck Shxrley Buel Mary Butler Iulla Captam Carolyn Chnstophersen Loma Clxpfell Charlotte Clrpfell Harold Cole Bonrne Combs Kun Comeau Raymond Concannon Michael Davls Marilyn Dxcken Robert Dlethnch Marybeth Dobrowolskx Frances Dock Karen Exchholtz Barbara Esmay Paulette Lvl . L -V K 1 . I , T .,- - 1 5: . ' , I ' f N 5 ' nf 'l .4 Y -' . X- .Aix - ' : G in I K X ik., I wt ' e 2 bl- N4 ' if .f XX . 'il 1 H 53 . ' l':5.A1::- : 3 ': R '. ' 'ng t, I U , X 1' '4 'G B l 1 l 'Rf , , K 'v . 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Forrester Patncla Fnnke Penny Fuller Joy Furlong Kenneth Gallnet, Davld Godshalk Carol Goodenough Esther Gordon Larry Graves Glenna Graybxll Barbara Haekenberg Larry " f" Hackenberg Roger M Hackenburg Peggy Hamilton Geoffrey Hardy Margene Hamson, Dorothy R' 1 Q Hemenway 11m Heywood Barry xbabaflfl i Hrcks Wrllxam Hler Madehne Holverstott Carol Hoshel Wllham 'W x N Houts lfletsy Jave o erry Johnson Sharon Q ng' Karser Douglas Kauffman Betty Kauffold Mary Keith Donald Kexth Patrlcxa Klme Carole Knapp B111 M .al M35 Kramb Dan Lehman Lynn Leplanka Barbara 'N " Lrlhe Kenth V, Longway Harry ff - X ' - , ,T -Y ST 4, 6 - - 4 ' - 4. . ' -f e - -- ta ' 4 v '17, A ' , - X X in V L ..- -' - 21' .f,-.fs , 9 : " i ' Ji 6 ' 2 N- 7 ,L s A ,A - , gg .-- 2 NV' , -M f M , I gh ,452 ' I . ' E, V-.,,4,..... , A ' , a df F' 'ea-T ' A , ' x 'K fr . VF HA . ' ' , ,A -,, , , ,' A f QQ' :M .7 A' , Q GF 74 lm V, 1 1 45 . ' Mr " ' we , I . ' , . M, Z " ,' 9 f lf, -,fa I A y C yn ' , 'E QQ , f ' ' ' ' - 'C ' My . 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' , b , 4 VV fy , . ,V " ' . ophomores ,i Loslk Judy Lusk Dannv 'Manley Joyce Manos Lmda Q gf Nlaystead Rosalte 149 X Nleadows Emma at Nlellen Yvonne Mlhxlls Ronald Nllholer Gerald Muller Judy Q5 'Vlrtchell Robert Mowrey Nancy Naylor JoAnn Norton James ONeal James Kar?- Parrls Hugh ev 'Wi' 3 ,N Pearson Suzanne -'CL 5 Penzottl Stanley Plerce Charles "'7v 3 A X .All A Quake Tom Raderstorf Larry Ream Carol Rentfrow Davxd Rlndone Roland li Rxndone Rosalle Rtpley Lee Roberts Davxd Roggehen Jon Romng Joyce ,X Rosenbaum Ronald Rufzgles Allce Ruggles Gerald Rumsey Larry Rvan Enleen Salmen Gerald Schultz Kenneth Shutes Gerald Smlth Cora Smlth Donna yi. : -2. -5 it ' , gg 3 M '- . K -I I I , C tb A . n 1, . 'W , 5 X ., ., . - J ' FN nf 1 rf fr. , '-Ty: I-. f ' 1,14 , TT, ,M l . Q Q, ., 5 'A V' 'hh' , l l h , 5 L -V JA , 1 ' f Nr ' ' ' g t xx aw ' K A x J 5 .' . ' . 'B . T 1 Z' -1 ' -1 R' 1 f: x o, -,:4 I 'Q use ,y . fe- 39 if, Y , M so K: fr - - - J lava- V N l " .4...f.5'?i , 5, L 5 .y , , 4: Qs 1 ' V , at ,. 'E an Q rj 'C' l,sl 1 1 tif' T ,""' E QTL X 4- L 54 ' , P V Q j , . Q 'J -e Potter. Jon e 'qi , ' , x -. s - f . . xg A, , xx' S' . , 4 1,1 , , - : M '17 5: I .x fs, r: :S I an ' A V ' Lf J J ' QQ J , ' . r M. I Ax Aw "Tx x 'Lk RN, k' ' Q Q, l ug. AA, - I ' me ' N. 41217 X 5 W , f 3 li 'if - lima " gl " "R as .-t 'Zi ' l x x l I ' 4 7 L., E "' ' l ' -'l '- , ' X .' ' v J wx.. if ' - , . 1 R, f ' . fl ' Q MI I .2 1 4: 4' " f' .l 'r rl. ca , 4 , ' ,Q ' h ' - -'-- ke u v I P , I I , . 1 . N N 1 : -4 . , X. J I ' I, L ' ' 1-,F-" use sW4r ' "' KW ' ' in f . - A 4 .- ew -L . . U YJ' D. X S "sl Smith. Lois Smith. William l ophomore Smittendorf. Carol ' ' 'F-,ace Y ' ', ' 7' Snyder. Phyllis , , Steininger. Karen Nj 4 X, Yi' X , S Swartz. Lowell f- X D Swiatkowski, Arlene 1: Q J 'W " -' . Tackaberry. Norma A Y' I Q I ' MV Thompson. Loretta - 5 ' ' XM' Thor, Trevor x X' 'S Titta. Regina '4 1 Vedmore. Neva -5, 3 Q r Wagner. Carolyn ' f '- ty " Waters, Vernon F , X V . 'W . ' . 3 V Watson, Marsha I ' . ' I QQ Wells. Richard , ' N ' mg' Werner, Sharon Q . ' Q r Wetherbee, Betty " 7 C If , I " ' Wetherbee. JoAnn 55 f A 5 Q Williams, Thelma , xi' - F 'Zi U I Woodall. Karen ' ,Ea Workman. Donna "1 Q Yearling. Sandra Q 5 u V Yost. Jeanette " 4" 4--pi '5 ' g ' Ziesmer. Kathleen f, L L g K ' I , . V . ,Y ,W sf" 4 gm ' 1 W . V 5 N ' z 5 -,, NEA 'f f ,Q , J by 960 1, 5559 -- if I A2-'l W fig. 6' . .t J. if 411'- -. . . life ad builds m Usclef A ' . 'Q I raise! rww Geoff and Fritz hesitate to enter. Button up your overcoat. ophomore nap Q A Linda and the berrtes The soda pop crowd The line-up Young love Freshman Class N1nth grade we were freshmen and ready to become part of thmgs And It wasnt long before we d1d1ust thxs Many of the boys 1n our class went out for the varlous sports and tumed 1n very credltable perform ances Our freshman football team dld and especlally fme Job Rlght after the frrst slx weeks some more of our people distlngunshed them selves as the1r names appeared on the honor roll Games dances and other actrvmes served as a happy dlverslon from the normal day to day school pattern As n1nth graders we were happy to see that we now had some underclass men the Rhlnles Mrs Walton served as our class advlsor and her help was greatly appreclated A PIC me wlth the Sophomores closed out the year 'WWW 8 M Seated are Judy Kelser Secretary Elnzabeth Boesehenstem Treasurer and Mary Tobm Vlce presldent Standing IS Gwen Reed President Absent from the plcture IS Mrs Walton Advisor Pre hmen 'Dil -.v km 0 'Wu- ,Q mg i' ps it 3 Arney Charles Arnold Davrd Averv Charles Baker Barbara Baker George Baker Kenneth Baker Sandra Barnhardt Charles Black Beverly Blade Richard Boeschenstem Betty Bonfoey Douglas Bomne Twlla Bowersox Karen Brady Margaret Briggs Larry Brown Maxme Burchard Lola Carter Steve Chxddrster Brenda Clark Karrell Collins Donald Colosnmo Georgra Cook Charles Cook Nancy Coltmgham Carol Crego Bernie Cutler Bull DaMore Paul Davis Lmda Davls Stephen DeHaan Albert Dehn Blll DlmmlCle Deann Drmmxck John Dnmmrck Leann Dobrowolslu Judy Dralme Duck Drew Susan Dunlap Mnlte .. 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A 1 ,"'f4f 5 A-: 'C - ,x .f , K at Y - ' ev xgy . .Y Dunn Patrrcra Dyer Niarcna Eastwood Sharon Errckson Kurt Evans Nlartha Farley Bull Fuck Beverly Fufe Ronald Fornareslo Rlehxrd Fortner Steve FOSdlClx Charles Foster Lmda Gave Jan Geabe Don Gerbe Judy Grames James Greenman Nancy Guarrsco Tom Gunn James Hack Lmda Hackenberg Kathleen Hacllenberg Larry Hackenburg Frank Hagenbuch Fay I-James Lmda Hamrlron Deborah Hartman Fred Hayes Mary Hazel Douglas Headley Norm Heckelbower Barbara Hesher Frank Hrll Bob Holm Sylvla Hoover Donna Houts Larry Houts Thomas Jrwm John lvrns Bonnie Jackson John Fre hmen 0057 4 I-rr 2. 0-5 Q- -s fs Q H 'mm A7 BM x. i 1 'l v x U' 5 - ., , E . ,b -. . V ' In " .Mm 5 ,2 H- ,. r 0- l .V , ' ' 4, ji 1 7 , xx , . '-, ' ' XV' 0 'J 3- 'ri 2- V V It-f Q ' .- -, . 5 " L' " 1 1 -- ' .-F F- .y If ' IV b 1 , 1 ' J 'wi .- Y .l 7: : ' HJ A 'F I T 3 f w "" 1 ' ., .' i F '. -f -.- A Y Y X Q. r xr: B . - ' - 55 fi - ,Q gr A '- - . V . 'K ' j .. 4 4-1 I , ' ' - 'r -24 Q' '- " ' 4 an r . f ' fx' ,,-so C'- .xl 5 , , .AA 'I l ' , 'Q .ix as ling vs ,nv o- ' - ' V-. . -1, 1' ' yy - " Q, . ,. ' 'T xi'M ,X I K 4 dl .. l 1 1 A , x ,K g. x I 4 f 1 5 my , f ':.. 4, 2 T ' . '. ' lj, Q ' r-... ' ' -l-M , I 1' wva- ' ' V 1 . .. X qw ! l X yi 41 L x. , a al , ,' -L 1 1 IJ , -af r :Th TQ . - a 'F ' . 2 .l, fc .N .- . - W - A+- :Q he - f . J X J Q 4 , IX 7 K " l x xx ,lf ? ' ' ,iz "'f..! AAT 2 F- " 'hr ' viz ia YSQ V. V ' 5 2 .5 u A vwa.. X, 4 lp' wk E.: 6 . Pre hmen L l 'AJ Hina- Y 2 Q7 ks qos Q " fs iv Sv ?L K." u :X Jacobowxtz John Johns Robert Johnson Judy Johnson Nancy Jones Rochelle Jubb Marrlclt Keefer Donna Kelser Judy Kenth JoAnn Keller Donna Kemmerlmg Jud Kllhan John Kung James Kunz Rlchard Klme Lms Klmgel Davnd Knevels Wlmfred Knoff Vxctor Kuhnle Cassandra Llnsner David Longacre MarDean l0Sllx Delores Iudwlg Robert Lytle Anabel McArthur Kenneth NlcCla1n Harriet Martm Kenneth Martm Sharon Marunsen Judy Vlayer Kenneth Nlellen Carol Meyer Jennie Mlholer Lvle Muller Sharon Mltchell Harold Mohney John Moore John Moms Louls Mowrex Ernest Mxers Myrna 1 33. 5, , S' 4 ,, . . 4 M 1 Q' 9' 4 x s - , ' A . ' .- ygw v- . . 1, r n 5' l . ' J l Us X24 f ,. N , X 'L A ,N IR 'Q Q-. J I I 1 ' m- I X a 9- 1 In "" P' ' . . Q J, ' ' . , 4' .' 1 4 ' J f J f ' . . . y is l'-7 F , A g mt af - .K I . :K ' Q N ' ' J . L - ' X 4 .' .' . lx. 1 "I 'A , " 'T - Ttf,v,?5,37if:QL,'k ,fy K Y' l,.2"Q"'fu.. lll..V . ':, I gg 'P Q 'L as ' ' 1 ' l J' M, 1 ' ' A J, 'W' -39 "' V V fx ' ' ' .N x J A he ' 1 A. , ll H H3 -v. LW' e: , N 4:21 X' I , ' I' ' .. -- . n. ' Lf ' ' 'P' 'f' ' . -tr f N ' V aw, 'N I S 1 1 41 ' y ' iw fi"-Zi O 0 7 W K , ixtl ' A 'ful' Q 74 Q , 5- 1,2 N -., ' .D .1 l QQ ' Q 'R -- . - - QQ S f. ' v V J - sk x A lx J Q six V 2, fa' . 1.2 1- l . 'e w -' Q F . : ! I t ?, . , 4 'K I tx ' . f J f. . 1 J I 1 s we X ,X 1 , 1 . J . .."'17Q-':l. W If l ' '-' ' 4 4..:-.-.-.V-.-nz- X . 5, -5 4 ,fl 9 in u ' ar 15' 'l 1 -- . - - .. ..,. : A'-' . I-f 'Y I I V " 'i 5 .l J- - ' K - i Z: ig Nash Herbert Netdlmger Denms O Dell Beverly Owen Robert Oye Ronald x51 Patrick Colleen Peters Joyce Peterson Aluce Poff Sona Potter Edrth Rand James Ray Maxme ,- Reed Charles Reed Gwendolyn YN Reed Jon Reed Marllyn Roberts Orlm Roggelxen Judy Schneider Arlene Scott Ons Shelton George Shxvely Carolyn 'N Skeer Mary Slocum John Smagala Richard Smetana Joe Smith Douglas Smtth Sandra Speece Lmda Speece Paul Stanard Ronnie Steinbach Btll Stroup Rosalmd Studebaker Margaret Tase Sharon Taylor Delton Thomas Patrxcta Thornburgh Vtvnan Tobtn Mary 'N Tuesley Robert C7 wi Pre hmen . ,ga '. . . I A ' . ' P ',"'E S' .9 -2 1 'N " ' it . '..I.l. '13 ' . '- 2' f ' J-. W 7 s " I- Q w S ' . ' "F ' '. ' N l ' f 1 x J 3' 9,61 1 -R . S53 l - .lf 1 V 0 Q be . . - , . . A- 'Q ,, ,.. - .5 . ' V + - - 5' 'f 1. . , . N , ry , 'V -U gr 01, Q. lf 4: :ss ali: T-'I . - -- tx 4 . .-1, -. . ' , ' J 'J 'M a 'r- 1' Nj 3 I V 'Evil i i A X ,I 5 . '- t 've Q 5 4 f 'ft df .fi . 1 v lg .J Mp- gh' -.Qi 5, . z A - - X . J , 6, ,dvi :T g,::'iw4,, A - . -'hr : I ' , c.. , ww' 6 I X-A'-' lx f - -1 ' f , , I , . ' if 5, ' , I 'IV '.' 7 'T :ey - gr: ,. Y: : . u L! in I, V4 s :J in ,,. , ' f 'v-- ' -- ar ,S . . I., x. aff- I . , 2 1. : ! l . - V U I ,A 8 A Y at - F? , L, 'A 'B C K Ag... ' V f.- ' 1. 4 , ' Y Qgv R Q' -- v V X-'SAI' ,fb A . 3' M af, C52 my, 5' V . ' ' . . I-v . Q lv :iv ,K v. wk R' th . ' ' f4 , 4- 21 QQ fi ' M 7 1 'M I 'A , Freshmen E 51 xfll '? T7 YM! T at L 558' Ks.. civil -os, VanOosterhout Thomas Vedmore Connie Wagner Glona Waller Melvin Warner Bermce Waters Susan Watts Carolyn Welburn Douglas Welhngton Annette Welhngton Norma Wetherbee Raymond Whlte Amta Wxlson Cra1g Wood Rlchard Workman Ioan York Susan Hulbert Wllllam No Pictures Dentler Darlene Mohney Carol s max he b s 15 B0 D06 1, Offer me S Phnlltp Dorothy Renwald Patrick Wagner Ronald ms' J 0'71e 1 ,. ' ? Q 1 Q- S S A 1 , lf . 1 1 ' ' . A fi 1 t X . -' l K Q. nc A A. P -Z 'A . l . :.,.- ' Q G 1 xv V ,X ff A 5' ' ' ' Q, ' , lf! 4 Y . ix H ll 1 Q9 A ' x ' . 4- 5' ' , g . Y . to A-56" in 'Qi-xl? ' . . ,f Wilklns, Larry. 7f,'L 5 tt: in vu. "" "' . f 4 r fine, ' - r . - .2--' '3 lit. - . 'wx " . l .-v x I . l Al I 5 32 ,Qf Q, rv ,l ' :A ii' 12 .,, ' . . 777 ' wr-1 1 'X f ' , , 'Cs ,. I ' 2. 'Y 1 P 'S , W t ,g MHC W q . , ' I F :L W 5 . yd . ,JJ 154' B175 Flj --fl! Want il hnrcul WJ Freshmen naps ..g 'JE' f I !n I6 Barb gets in the harness, E Buddies! 1 Q I 4 1 67, - ,f rf' Nh "Takes Iwo to Tango" f f-nw r pnze M It U 1-. . ff .Mix Stwg lme gi Typical "slumber" party 5 Rhinie Class In the fall of '56 the class of 1961 came roaring into the hall of TR High. However our roars soon dwindled as we became lost in the early scramble for books, classes, teachers, and everything else. Soon our confusion subsided and we began to fit into the high school pattern. Just because we were new didn't keep us from the games, dances, and other activities. We were very proud to see a number of our class making a name for themselves on the honor roll. Although we were still ineligible for regular sports participation, we did field an eighth-grade basketball team. Our schedule was somewhat small though-a home-and-home ar- rangement with Sturgis. Our sponsor was Mr. Jones and with his help we closed out the year with a picnic-confident and antici- pating our forthcoming freshman year when we would really be part of everything. Seated are Larry Fosdick President Mr Jones Advisor and Terry Comar Vice president Standing are Bob Shire Secretary and Peggy Boeschenstein Treasurer V r r ' a y 1 ' 1 1 , . Rhlnle Ames Wllllam Anderson Judy Atkinson Venlce Baker Jeff Batten Menane Beckle Gall Blasrus Rlchard Boeschenstexn Peggy 0 Q Bonme Gary J x Bradford Mary www - ,Q J M ..' do edo ' B 1 my 'fl , 1 A IR Q ,W fi, ilfsyf N N1 , ,,, Q! :sm . ' , . 5 , ' . I h R, l . U ,l , N i If 1 .w 7 . y ,I - ., M, fd' L jf. 3. 1-x al f' lk , , sw, , Mxj 4 fe, ,triwf , l fl 9 X , Q' ' V it - l Q Dlx. 6 f X N M , - X V1.1 N N' .1 . Q . M Y! f z i w 1, O h ft 7: J P Q' Ig. ' Wfifsa - N ll fa, fu! w X 441+ tw 2 'MM L l A X fl ff , r..r ' v Q . N Q B w It ff We ' rw- 'rv' fx A M 9 '14 J . A .I ' 42 K E A ,536 v 1 P 4 , Q ff h x a A V . ' iq 6" ' 'xg LVN! j "gl X " yi ' 5: P ' 11 Q 1 vv V w 9a , .- -Q, is 1, .v .Q 1 I 1 , f Y Brrggs Douglas Brrggs Joann Q' r Jane Broker Joan 'Un Bronstetter Dan xg M 9' Broke -'W Mm Brooks Davld Brundtge Rheta Cady Jan Q9 4' "' Carroll Barbara Chlddnster Davld " rim? Clark Davxd Clark Patrlcla Chfton Lmda Clymer Christy Comar Terry 35564 Coney Karen Cosner Ra Dane Jo Dentler Helen Drcken Marva ymond '5 Earl Karen Evans David Fvans Marlon Felch Cmthla Flagg Donald .bu rs Fosdtck Foust Betty Franklin Sandra Gazella Donna ff Gazella Mary L Larry Q., f 1 j S 1 1 Q 54 , x 1 All X X Plhlnle 'vs Q "' is. X X gl.-1 ami. X 059 T pn 'kbs N... 4- C' rv!- Q' "' Jl Gelbe Ruth Ge1be Sandra Goodwlll Sandra Grames Charlene Grlfflth James Hackenberg Leon Hackenburg Tracy Hackler John Hall Laurence Hand Pat Hardy Shlrley Hay Barbara Haye Shella Henry Jerry Henschel Marshall Herndon Sue Jacobs Clarence Kauffman Charles Keene Phnllxp Kelser Warren Kelth Thomas Keller Dolly Kxpker Deana Klme Douglas Klme Jay Klme Jesse Knapp Ernest Knapp Shxrlev Lambertson Susan Ieverentz Tom ILVCl'lCll Ruth l xntemoot Robert I oslk Duane Losxk Phxlhs lon Bonme love George NlaeAllan John N1acDovwell Phnln NlCG.nern Marx o o 1 - -H - 'ax 'gi 4' 3 . 5- C Q Q , 5? . ', 2 . I ' li' , , .X 1' Nl '- i ' ' - w - X ' I 1' ,, I L 14-41- ' f 0 . 'KJ' :L .e 'Q ' H 1: : , Q 'ff 1 J , ' .QL 1 ,Q R '- XCLA 1 -1. A ' ' ,. ' lx "" e' 7' A M I - f r is I WIS- 1 V ' - A' ' 1 w N, t 1, ' I va, IR. I .ZS 6: Q C Q 1 -3 ,Nt Z 5 ii, F fl , li l I. N , - , ' c ?""' ' ' L ""- , R sf X K C- J , PX . 5 X l - xx I lu ji Qi, QQ, ,C va:.,y- Hilliard, Paul . 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Slagle Hurles Smallcomb Stephen Starr Dons Stauder George Stolxoe Dan Stokoe Davrd Svn nwlclt Dennis Swvatkowskl Larrv Swlatkowsltl Mleh rel Swlhart leon Swlnehart Janet Trmm Paul Tokarskl Raymond Turner John Walton Ruth Welandt Marnaret White Sterling Whrtney Jack Wllhams Brlan Wllll3mS Nell Wlllma Jon Worlme Carole Young Norm Younger Glenms No Pretures Bucknell Sharon Meadows Ray Roden Ray Seals Cleo Wagner James A aff 4'-...H---' W Rhinie Ihe First Ward Alma Mater ,. vpn .1 9 ' 'wwf-. 4. A-as First day for the new plates. at Little Mr. Remington studies hard. Gail and Meliane are birthday girls. JL,- M., A ,iw A 7-3,- nap 11111 KJV: H " ' .., u 4 u. I Q- ta 1 nl' nc 4 aa au 0 A Eat hearty, Peggy! v,,' fi f' yew 4, t4,fvg3W't:v .5 ' MH, , fer .V 0 M , mx , S F Strange reflection ACTIVITIES Calendar of Events SEPTEMBER 5-Our wonderful three months' vacation is over. Back to school and the books! 7-The Annual Staff had a lovely party and meeting at Margaret's home. 12-T. R. Wildcats had a rousing snake dance and saw a preview of our football team in action. 14-First Conference game of the season. The Wildcats trounced Dowagiac, 13-0. 14-After the victory tonight, the Wildcats danced to the music of Ross McElhenie and his orchestra. 18-Annual county fair day at Centreville. We were excused from school in the afternoon- some students thought for the whole day. 19-The Reserve team started the season with a dull thud when on home ground they lost to Dowagiac, 26-21. Freshman played Sturgis and won 6-0, Hooray! 21-Varsity team. ventured to Marshall with high hopes, but they lost the fight, score 20-12. 24-Coach Fuelling's Freshmen played the White Pigeon Freshmen there, and returned with a 28-0 win. Good work, boys! 28-T. R. Boys played fast and hard, but Albion went home with the winning score, 27-19. Kathy Reed leads the Prohibition demonstration. Jie: fl l 1 o A l 1 Xfxv- The eighth graders watch the Government assembly OCTOBER 1-Freshman played Sturgis again and won, 12-6. 5-I won't mention what went on at East Lan- sing tonight, but the final score was 33-0, in East Lansing's favor. 10-Freshman team went to Dowagiac, but try as they might to prevent it, Dowagiac won again, 27-19. 12--Hooray! Victory over our old rival, Sturgis 14-7. The boys were really on fire tonight. Keep up the good work! 15-Tonight after school, our Freshmen boys played White Pigeon here and lost 18-0. 16-The Seniors, under the supervision of Mr. Ash, attended the Senior Government Day at Sturgis. Very good speech, Mike. 16-Sturgis Reserves traveled here and then retumed home with the victory, the score being 19-0. 17-The very colorful South Western Band Contest was held tonight at Armstrong field. T. R. came through with a straight first. Congratulations, band members! 19-The lovely Homecoming Queen, Miss Priscilla Barkalow, was crowned tonight. The only disappointing part of the evening was that we lost the game to Coldwater, 24-0. 19-Juniors sponsored the Homecoming dance. 22-Annual fall-open house. 23-Reserve football players lost to our old rival, Sturgis, 8-0. 25-M. E. A. teachers meeting today and to- morrow. A long four day vacation for us students. 26-Our boys traveled clear to East Lansing, but returned without a win, 26-13- 30-Reserves lost their last game of the season to Lakeview, 18-12. 31-Halloween dance was held in the high school gym tonight from 9-12 p.m. NOVEMBER Adrlan s Maples traveled 110 mlles to T R and were defeated 1n a good game 31 13 We had a rousmg pol1t1cal rally today spon sored by the Sen1or government classes The Repubhcans defeated the Democrats when a straw vote was taken The Prohlbmon Party seemed to have one strong member dldnt rt Al1son'7 The B I E Day program was enjoyed today by all the upper classmen Poor Sophomores they were cut from the luncheon John Ray our former football coach was the guest speaker at the football banquet Congratulatrons Norm that was a f1ne speech you made 14-Congratulatrons Jumors' Your umque play Down To Earth was a blg success and we all enjoyed lt 16-A real old fashloned square dance was held ln the Thlrd Ward Gym tonight It was sponsored by the Youth Center Commlttee 19-Community Concert 20 The Varslty basketball team played the Reserves and almost lost The fmal score was 36 33 1n favor of the Varslty 22 23 Thanksgrvmg vacatlon No school Am I thankful' 27-Off to a good start We played our fxrst basketball game of the season with Cold water here at home and won 68 53 Future Teachers Club to thelr meetmg The speaker was very good and gave the Future Teachers much helpful rnformatron Adrxan took a long happy rrde home after outscormg our Wxldcats by 10 pomts the fmal score bemg 61 51 Joe D Amore campaigns for Adlax Phrl Cronklte Fxfe and James Murrow Stokoe are newscasters for the polmcal rally DECEMBER Future Teachers Club v1s1ted Western Mrchrgan College for the day The srtuatron looked p1"OITllSlHg dtdnt rt fellow future teachers" College Career Day It proved to be a brg help to all the Sen1ors What a game tonlght' We lost to Marshall by one llttle but very rmportant point 56 55 Although we lost we gave the Mar shall boys a hard tlme The Vocal Department under the drrectron of Mlss Ash presented a very beautlful and rmpressrve Chrrstmas concert tonlght It really put us all ln the Chrlstmas spmt East Lansrng traveled here and returned home wrth a 58-48 wm Tonrght was the G1rl Reserves Chrrstmas party They had two Santa Clauses' The D S and G1rl Reserve Chrlstmas Chapel was held thls mormng Begmmng of Chrrstmas vacatron Merry Chrrstmas everyone' 2- ' ' ' ' . . p 5- . 1 . . - 7- . . . ' 81 . 5 1 28-Delta Gamma teachers cltlb invlted the l ' 4Tb . - I - - r 30i 1 ' - n D . u , . , 1 ,- ' ' ' - 5- ' . A ' 7T- . . I . I 12- ' , .' ' 141-. 1 I q 19- ' ' ' 21- . . .' i .' ' JANUARY 4-Our old rival, Sturgis traveled to T. R. to- night and we defeated them in both games. The Wildcats won by a close score, 62-59. -Back to school after a grand Christmas vacation. -Albion outclassed our Wildcats there by a 71-59 score. The Wildkits won, 47-35. -T. R. players remain consistent. Wildcats lost to Lakeview 67-55, and the Wildkits won a close game 40-38- -Lost a very close and exciting game to Dowagiac tonight, 61-60. -The Band Follies were held tonight. The entertainment was really outstanding. Our students sho' have talent! -Wildcats whi d Coldwater toni ht 66-59 l PPC v 8 - Rog Miracle played a splendid game, scor- ing 21 points. -Reward day! and the end of the first SCIDCSICI. -Adrian outclassed and outscored our Wild- cats he-re by a 56-51 score. -The post-game dance was sponsored by the F. H. A. and F. N. A. Red Smith and his three hillbillies. Coach Johnson and his violin. Mr. Lasko, why so FEBRUARY 1-The T. R. Wildcats traveled to East Lansing tonight and lost a terrible game, the score being 56-22. Our reserves beat the un- defeated East Lansing Reserves, 31-27- 8-Tonight Albion tripped our Wildcats in a game that was really thrilling, especially the last few minutes. Albion won, 51-47. 8-The post-game dance was sponsored by the Student Senate. Rog Mayer's band furnished the music. -We trounoed Sturgis again with a two point win, the final score being 50-48. 19-Tonight we traveled to Dowagiac, but lost the contest, 67-53. 20-This evening was the Senior play "The Man Who Came To Dinner". It really was a gem. Everyone that attended enjoyed it. Congratulations, everyone! 22-Tonight our Wildcats overpowered the out- standing Battle Creek Lakeview team by a score of 64-53. 22-The post-game dance was sponsored by the Sophomores. The music was furnished by our new dance band, Larry Hackenberg and His Big Six. Really great! MARCH 1-The Wildcats played their last basketball game of the season tonight against Marshall and won 63-57. The Wildkits also won their game. 1-The post-game dance was sponsored by the Industrial Arts Club. 5-Faculty defeated the Varsity Club in a basketball game tonight, 45-39. The cheer- leaders for the Varsity Club were really great. Why didn't they try out for cheer- leading? 6--Tonight opened and closed the tournaments for our Wildcats We played Sturgis at Cold water and lost by the terrible score of 73 38 This morning the basketball awards were gtven out by the coaches At the end of the assembly the students marched out to the tune of White Christmas played by Charles Marvin 25 26-Annual Spring open house 27 A lovely Spring concert was presented to mght by the band under the direction of Mr Smith IIPY Q QQ? VCJQ Barbara Ziegler puts her winning pie in the oven Calendar of Events Knaomia Wilson competes in the local cherry pie contest APRIL The Elementary vocal concert was presented tonight the theme being the Song of America Kalamazoo Music Festival Easter vacation begins tomorrow 23-School resumes 24-The Seniors leave on their wonderful five day trip to New York City Back home from the big city came the Seniors We really had a grand time' MAY Elks high school party 4--The big dance of the year the Junior Senior Prom Everyone looked very lovely and handsome A beautiful spnng concert was presented by the Vocal Department for the enjoyment of everyone The theme depicted the County air 30-Memorial Day JUNE 2 Baccalaureate 3-Semester exams again but the last ones for the Seniors Sigh' Commencement' What a happy but sad occasion for the Seniors 7 The Juniors get their first taste of what it feels like to be a Senior' School year ends 10- . . f 17- ' ' ' . fQ 19- ' ' . l ' l .. . 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A j ir, g "' .5 F . - ' if ' ' 'A 7, , 3- ' .' , tudent enate The Student Senate the student governmf' body of our school completed its fifth year ac complishmg many worthwhile projects vyhici benefited the entire student body Among our endeavors this year were the se mg of chocolate milk in the high school cafeteria the sponsoring of a noon hour dancing program the showing of movies once a week during e noon hour, and the enlarging of the pep sec tion for basketball games Ze-A A new amendment to our Senate constitution was passed this year giving the students the right to petition us on any matter within our jurisdic- tion thus making for a closer bond between the Senate and the student group Under the guidance of Mr Blank Mr Ash and Mr Voorhees and under the leadership of Ted Todd President Jeff Keiser Vice president Joyce Grover Secretary and Rty Comeau Treasurer we feel that we have had a very successful year Others who contributed toward the effective vtork of the Student Senate were our committee chairmen Social Committee Jeff Keiser Pep Committee Alison Brimer Publicity Committee Pef'2y Cook and Assembly Committee Mike Blalock TC First Run Gwen Reed Eileen Ryan Ronald Fife TlunlR1m Deborah Hamilton Mike Blalock Ray Michael Facktor Stanley Recd Joyce Grover Cometu John Coates Dourlts Bonfocy Peggy Cook .Stcund Run Betty Boeschenstein Annette Wellington I-ourrh Ron Penny Frinclte Jeff Keiser Ted Todd Jane Griffith John lrvym Larry Fosdick Norris Young Cliude XNlIll1ms Bill Smith Mr Robert Ash 4 L y f c ' 5 ' 7 . 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This is one of the largest and most enjoyable clubs for girls in our school. With nearly all ol' the Junior and Senior Girls, numbering nearly one hundred, working, plan- ning. and playing together one can imagine the exciting year we have had. Early in the year there was our informal initiation-our "sleepless" Slumber Party. Then who could soon forget the impressive candlelight ceremony when we Junior members received our pins and were formally initiated? Our mothers were pleased to be honored guests for this special occasion. Just before Christmas we decorated the audi- lirir Ron Judx Reed Janice Sloan Sindx Hall Barbara Smith Judx Billings Jmee Grour laura Smtllcombe Patti Pursell lxax Hill Swanmck Nlarx lou Sperrx Shirlu Hacltler Debbi Porter lorcttt Houstuorth Nlarshi Dctwiler Grace Zeismer lhutl Rim N inex Hind Nl in Jo Houts Shirley Rifen bers. Kathleen keith lindt Nlill Bette Nic y Sallx Nliller Pit Hnens Nltrx -'Xnn Vkhite Willastwne ual ukmf' Shelton Fourth Rim Klan lundsford Geraldine Gilbert Darilxnn lownsend Ldith Linsner Norma Eli Jane Gilchrist Nlarlene Henschel 111 Ron Nlirx lokirslti Ptriinm Dolph Jo nn G iztlla -Xnn Renvs ild Phxllis Vlagncr Barbara Schanz Ruth Fish Darlene Harrison Sandra lxeene Betty Garland , I ff? . IN V 5 ., v ' - th " Q. V ' . N Y ij ' X' - 4 Q l " S , -V , - g vu I 1 , iff 1 : ' A ' I J . - thi fi ' N' x R i Ti J l 1 A5':1wmj Riiiilj Sally Recd. Cllldflvfhi COIUHS. Kathryn Griffith. Nlarquita -Detwiler, Sandra Watson. .Brenda ' uf 5 's .7 I-'ffl "1 f -1 - , A .'- " A . ai . 'er. in Jury l' ' - tonum approprtatelx We have alwaxs consldered the Glrl Reserxes Chrtstmas chapel one of the speclal school tssembltes and this years program was no exception Another highlight of thus happy Holldtx Season xxts of course our oxxn Grrl Reserxe Christmas partx We learned much from the lecture on beautx culture and clothmv at our Chtrm meetmg We Senior glrls dld our part for Senior Talent nlvht The whole school enjoxed our lmpressrve Easter chapel md xx cltmaxed the xear xxlth 1 wonderful weekend at St 'Vlary s Camp We exrned our monex for these and other lctlvrtles hx selltng Chrtstmas c trds md calendars ol all the school acttvttles Glrl Pte erve Pl tnmng the many acttvttncs of the Gtrl Reserves were tts offlcers Scttcd from left to r1Lht tre Martht Seclt Vice president Alison Brtmer Pre ldcnt Margaret Hoshel lretsurer Sttndtng are Prlscllla Barlsaloxa Secrettry Ixlthryn Recd Chtplun Mrs Agostl Ad xrsor ltnnce Iobm Semeant at arms and Connie Ames Mustctan Qi Fmt Run Ida Mae Jessup Kathryn Reed Arvls Nor ton Veromca Dtmmtck Martha Steclt Darlene DeLong Pearl Losllt Caryl Llllle Second Rfm Judy Borger hlalne Petersen Peggy FOSdlClx Georgta Tobler Bonme Mohney Nancy Baker Sandra Vhedenbecls Connie Ames Mrs Agostl Thml Ron Conme Reed Shlrley Muller Knaomta Wrl son Judv Wellmgton Cynthta Cleveland Jantce l'ob1n Nlary Vtcltrey Rose Nlarte Bubetz I-ourllz Ram Beverly Burgert Peggy Cook Sandra Dun mngton Nancy Netghbours Patrlcta Grtffln Prlsellla Barkalow Darla Ryan Margaret Hoshel Fzfih Ron Sandra Heckelbower Ruth Fornaresto Marybeth Hazel Janda Boulette RoseAnn Kllhan Barbara Zxegler Arla Faye Sarley Mlldred Irwm O 1 V . . - . . 1 ' C . - - L, . . 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I - , l , ' '. , ' ' ' ' v . . , . . , Hi-Y The flrst semester offlcers of the H1Y Club were seated left to rn ht Davnd Berry Chaplam Tom Got schall Seeretarx and Chxrles Marvln Treasurer Standing are Mlke Blalock Vlce presldent Mike LeMensc Flnanclal Secretary and Tom Reed President At one of the fnrst meetmgs of the year our club offncers declded to plan the club acttvmes around the H1 Y Purpose to create matntam and extend throughout the home school and commumty high standards of Chrlstlan charac ter Therefore the club declded on f1ve major pomts to achleve thelr purpose, namely club perfeotlon more Chrlstran ltfe better human relatxons, greater mterest m commumty hfe and hlgher personal standards It was our plan to base each and every meetmg upon these goals 'J Paz, F1rstR0u Mr Fuellmg John Coates Ronald Facktor Davld Forshex Duck Remnngton Jlm Stokoe Dave McCally Mr Kane Svcoml RUM March Durren Mlke leN1ense Davnd Pellegrom Tom Reed Davrd Bern Phtl Davls Rex Durren 'x sc- The second semester offncers were seated left to nght David Berry Chaplam Joe DAmore President and Jrm Breth Treasurer Standmg are Mr Fuelllng Ad vnsor Dtck Remington Vxce presldent Dave Forshey Secretary and Mr Kane Advlsor Mlssmg from the plcture IS Jxm Stokoe Flnanclal Secretary Besndes meetmg regularly the second and fourth Mondays of each month our thtrty ftve members CSophomore, Jumor and Semor boysj under the dlrectnon of Mr Kane and Mr Fuellmg co sponsors, have parttclpated m many and varied club HCIIVIIICS durmg the year We made and sold streamers for football games We prmted and sold programs for football and basketball games wtth Mr Stutesman last years sponsor helpmg us wxth the clubs prmttng press Thzrd Run Duck Cameron Jeff Kelser Steve Bonfoey Terry N1 arv Rerff Tom Gotschall John Settle Charles ln Mtke Blalock I-ourrh Run I-dward Brooks Armand KFICVIFIS Ted Fodd Ronmc DeHa.m James Breth Davud Foerster Y I, 4 1 , ' K .Q ' ' 0 1 , ' I ' -sf , , . - ' Vw l In t 'O f - f l I ' U, . 1 x ' . . 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" , ' ' zz , ' 5 t r t , .- I 'QI' L1 'en Leading the Vlrsrty Club were the offlcers seated from left to right Norm Schmldt Treasurer x'lllNC lVldTlCIIl Secretnry and Vrrgll hrrschele Vrce president StandmL are Nlr Johnson Advlsor March Durren Presrdent and Mr Thompson Advlsor Fm: Ron Kenneth Blade Ronald Rosenbaum Joe Bracltett Bobby Nlltchell Nlxlte Blalock Larry Hacken burg Jrm Stokoe Jerry Ruggles SFCI1l1liRlIll Mr Thompson Dlck Wells Raymond Comeau Duane Bradford John Coates Dawd Forshev Ol1n Jones Joe DAmore Nixlte Marlettl Mr Harrrs Tlzlrd Ron March Durren Steve Bonfoey David Pel legrom Tom Reed Gordon Carpenter, Charles Marvxn, Norman Schmrdt Tom Gotschall H fi , tit .-Q Var lt Club er mnnrnv our T letter we were ellf tble to jom the X arsltx Club Durmv footbill season we celebrated Dads nwht honormv the Dads of the football players Also rn the Fall we fmanced films of some of our football games and showed them after sexeral of our monthly meetrnvs To conform to the recent Im League fad we bouffht crew neck letter sweaters Our monex m lklflf' projects conslsted of sell Int' refreshments at the btsketball games and sponsormg 1nd plaxme ln the Varsltx Club l'acul tx basketball slime lmmedlttelx followtng the bisketball se tson We were fortuntte ln htvlng the coaching staff Coaches Thompson Fuelllne Johnson and Harris for our adusors Fourth Ron Nllke LeMense Charles Spencer Stuart Davrs Cy Stevenson Lee Stanard Jay Niartm Stanley Penzottn John Settle Frfrlz Ron 11m Htlter Jeff Hamilton Ron Henschel Armand KFICNIRS Garry AUSTIN Jlm NicCallv Roger Xlrracle S.x1l1 Run Claude Vknlltams Jrm Bloom Jack Roberts Vlfgll lzlrschele Robert Dlclsen Dawrd Roberts, Charles Boeschenstetn ,7-'W , ' 0 rf ,V 5 U 5 I t . it i N- " . Aft V C -- . R. w - ' 3 , 1 . ' b z , ' ' ' ' , J: : -I : I ' D . '- na E , I , A I, P. ,, , . , . . , . , V, Q- v . S F 5 . XL Y- 2 ' : ' , L. ,',. B. - -'T ' ' - - 1 4 1 1 - 1 . 5 - '- -s A , Q. , - Z . ' , P , - 1 b ' 2 . 1 . gh Q 1' ' hz z H' . , - l . -A v 1 he V , . ' . ' , . ' ' . f ' 2 ' ' . - . . , C ' , . ,l ' 2 V' . W ' ' rea -:ft ff 'rn' X , Y tl - -. 1 A . .4 Q 5-vw-rm ff 1 I Ml W as tx V ,C ,. .rf I ' ' ' , - t ' , . , . 1 . . '. ' - - - , A , . ' . , 'l Y, ' . ' 1' , f l . V t f, Q . n A .' . in A A I ' Girl Sport "Rotate-your serve." These are familiar words to our Girl Sports Club. Sports-minded girls. ninth through twelfth graders. enjoyed many' exciting moments in our round robin volley' hall tournaments. ' Our social hours consisted of initiation, the Christmas party. and the mother and daughter pot-luck supper in May. Miss Dorothy Murrell, our club advisor. presented our letters to us at this meeting. X first Rott llirhiri Grtyhill C trol Holversto Bv. y Boesehenstein Dehorih Hamilton Judy Keiser linda Foster Nlyrni Nlytrs Shirley Buck Suomi Ron Birhirt Biker Jotnnt Naylor Georgtt Colosimo Lortttt Thompson Loma Chrtstophersen Nlarybeth Diethrieh l-ay Htgenhuch Judy Miller Phyllis Snyder Julie Brovyn Third Rott lindt Dayis Nl irgtne Hirdy Tvyila Bontne Susann Fornaresio Ann Bishop lsathleen Ztesmer Bettv Houts Peggy Hackenhurg Alice Rugal s Joyce Manley fourth Run Sharon Tase Edith Potter Pat Dunn We won the game! ' X Marilyn Reed Patricia keith Ann Bernhirdt Wimfred Knevtls Donni Smith lots kline Mtry lohin Judy Kemmerling Fifth Rim Judith Dohroyyolski Eileen Rumsey Judy Xlaitinsen Arlene Syyiatltovyslti 'ylary Hayes JoAnn Keith Pmmi lee Meadovys Btrhirt lepitnlsa Sherry Blalock Betty lsauffman Nlartlyn Davis Carol Smit tendorf .Sixth Ron Susan Drevy Nlarcia Dyer Beverly ODell Norma Wellington Annette Wellington Rochelle Jones Sharon Eastwood Judy Roggelien linda 'ylanos Kristin Blank Judith Gilchrist I f, 5 337 . Ev Y' 6 Q' i' It A y, V, ,H .1 . x , , . X N V 'J , -1- X I s 1- It of' X X V' 4' "' , ' N 1 Ar i . A .P . . ,... -' li V '.. wr , L. s - ' P J tl ' Q ' ,V A Qs i 6 1 1 'y TT , , ' g 1 zz 'L ' tt. 'tty ' , ' " , A 2 Ruth Fornaresio gives a mighty thrust to the volley ball. Girl Sport iff V 31. fish ' 'ff 'Q T lbw- Lezading the zactive Girl Sports Club wus. seated left to right, Penny Frinckc, Treasurer: Janice Tobin, President: and Georgia liohler Vice president Standing are Sandra Hall Secretary and Nliss Murrell Advisor X with I-:rat Ram Sandra Yearlane Sandra Martan Sandra Smith Colleen Patrick Donna Keefer Toni Guarisco Donna Hoover Ponnae lvans Nlancv Johnson Suomi Rma Arlene Schneider Barbara Eachholtz Sandra Hall Janice Sloan loretta Housewoath Judx Reed Judv Battangs Georgia lohler Nlargaret Brady Sharon Johnson De ann Dammtclt Nlass Murrell Third Rma Sandra Keene linda H ack Darlene Swartz Kathy Swanvaaclt Grace Ztesmer Barbara Smith Charlene Collins Sally Reed Sandra Waed nbeclt Peggy leoslaclt Geraldine Galhert linda Maller Jennie kv Q Meyer Fourth Rnaa Mtardean longacre Sandra Dunnangton Vacltrey Prascallt liaalvalow Nancy Baker Alison Bramer Janaee fohan Raith Fish Darla Ryan Anabe' Lytle Fafllz Rma Pat Ilaomas Idath Lansner Elaine Peterson Judy Wellannton Kathleen Keith Marybeth Hazel Pera anne Dolph leann Dammaclt Beverly Burgert Ann Renwald Ruth Fornaresio Nancy Hand Brenda Gal christ Sandra Watson 2 '2 ' . - ' f .. 1 ' 4' ' f , ' fz 5' a ' . ' . . 1: 1-Q - ,S 2, ' N I X1 L, f 2 2 A ' -W - ". , 4 - " , a 'f ' M " , 1 f 2 ' ' J, ,f ' , , 3: , - ' V N' ,' . v ' , iw 2 ' J ln' - C ' Z' 2' 1 - X, f ' , 2 , . 'v N' -A LZ 1 I '51 A ki r Q v I h ' A , . V 2 " . 1 " ' .U a ' , . .l Sally Miller. Marsha Detwiler. Mary Ann White. Mary . , g V2 n . a 2 ' 1 , ' ' .. 2 5 . . 2 ' : ' . " , 2 . , '- Q ,t '. 2 . . ' . . ' ..2 2 . Indu trlal rt Potato ehlps and candy These refreshments were sold bs our lndustrltl Arts Club fellows during noon hours md after school as a part of therr money makmg project We bevtn the setr mth lrtlttatlon ot new members which xx 18 tun for ewerwone especially the old members At some ot our other meetings we saw eductttontl movles about modern machmery Under the gundmce of Mr Handley Mr Las ko and Mr Brown we cllmaxed another enjoy able and successful year by taking a trtp to one of the large lndustrles 'Ihe officers of the lndustrlal Arts Club are seated from left to rl ht Lirry Rleglc Treasurer Dave Wetnberg, President and Phll Davns Secretary Standtng are Mr Handley Adwnsor Mr Brown Ad vlsor Dtck Gearhart Vrce prestdent and Mr Laslto Advlsor WT Fm! Ron Thomas Houts Raymond Wetherbee Melvm Waller Frank Hesher Davld llnsner David Arnold John lrvvln lsennv Nltrtln and Nlr Handley Advisor Strom! Ron Charles Cook Icrrw Jtvcllo Paul Speece Btll letrlcy Jtmcs lung Dennis Ncldlmgcr Douglas tn Ng 'ffl Welbu n and Roy Buel Thtrd Ron Herbert Nash Jon Potter Harry Longway Delbert Meyer Rxchard Fornaresto Larry Bnggs and Wtlllam Cutler O K. Z t w . K. , , e -L ' Z ' . ' ' . . ., 4. a , , 1 ' . 1 I Z 2 .' L , ' z . ' . . '- . 3 ' ' . .l' VLA 3 ' V " 1 - ' . ' . 1 F- A ' . . " . 4 . , , ' , - v I I ,nb ,,. x...Q-4 t t N Q f. ,, J. Z. 4 ' ' ,, 'Y R. P ' - A ' , - t 2 t V , t , , , A Y . -t i , V wg' . L f , , , X -- Q 1 X Ns 1 5 12" h , ,',. .. , ' ,. . l 1 I A A 1 I f -A v ' s ' Q 9 1 ' - ,' ' . ' , . ' ' .' - . I t . . . . . , . , , , A D1 5 f , ,. f" .I ' l,' ' s, 1 t . t . . . , . -4 . At the last poft-game dance, sponsored by the .Rl Industrml Arts Club lucky Dave Klurgel won the ieddy bear S -an-If UMA Dick Niohnu George lexus Iorn Vluaner Duxe NIC Cally zmml an Xlr Hnndlu ken Bouahton Les n. Brunner klm Combs Dlelx Geirhlrt larry Rlegle Phll Duns 'Sir Lusko 7111111 lion Jerry Hersehleb lovxell Swartz keith llllle Jerrx Mlholer Gene Dunmngton Larry Rumsey Mr Brown lndu rtrial Arts The last dance ln the old gym draws a blg rovxd frovf Ken SChllll7 D we XNClI'lb6l'g Ice Ripley Dlck Brlstol Bernle Waters Donald keith llffll Run ken Boulbx Gerrx lmn Jerry Bomne :lim Blnder John Jlnsen Delman l-.isles 1m Lu ler John Dlethrxch Szxrh Ron Dun krlmb John Smlth CY Sluenson Charles Spencer Jerrx Mefullx Jim N1LC1llv Ken Purlone Ron Henschel Jim Nhere N' f ' K f ' W x -. 1 xx , ' A ' N., ., ' 4, 'A PM ' r J PP A. .. ,- N 4 , , . . . 7' .. X- , X . ,, N W, v 4 Q , M I F . ' . ' 5 4 I ' J U 'W K . 01, . . " '.. 0, .' 1 Q 1 'h .f , 4. , z x ' , - . ' ' ' .. . , - S S Ur,-L -,i i FL 3'-I '. v, .- C - 1 .f II' -W Q -3 I-.gh 'ff .A .I 6. . 1- . f I Ill ' . lfirxf Run-5 Jim Norion. Dunne Brundige. Leo Meyer. F"""l' Rffwf Jlm Remfmw' Ylillbuf Parrlsh- Dave Rem' ,. f- L- '. ,l 1 Q A - , Vklll '. . . L I , I v.- 1 V ' ' ' ,El w . '1 ' 4 . . l . . . 4 - , - 4.,,,,u,,, ffm A Llhrar taff We twenty members of Library Staff under the direction of Mrs. Hancock have again faithfully served the students and teachers in quest of library materials. One of our most important projects each year is the celebration of Book Week and so again this year during that important week in November we exhibited new books and had posters and window displays dealing with books. Our business meetings have been held every Tuesday noon at twelve-thirty with the following officers presiding: Donald Neamen, presidentg Kathryn Reed, vice presidentg Arla Faye Sarley, secretary: and Peggy Cook, treasurer. Our social meetings have taken place the third Monday evening of each month. During examina- tion time in January. we forgot our troubles for a little while and enjoyed a tobogganing party and delicious supper at Margaret Hoshel's. We were guests in April at a progressive dinner party it the home of Mrs Hxneoek and she was assisted by three staff members Our trip to Mrchigm State University in East Lansing rn May proved to be in interesting high light of our year together Q mf Guiding the Library Staff in its many activities were its able officers. Seated from left to right are Arla Faye Sarley, Secretary: Don Neamen, President: and Peggy Cook. Treasurer. Standing are Kathryn Reed Nice president and our capable Advisor Nlrs Hancock flfll RIM try -K 1 l-ty S rl l Q L i y c Griffith Phyllis Wagner Don 'seamen Barbara Cook l irry Hours l itsy Thom is kristin Bli k 7,1 IU oml Run 1 s L ntri Neirlm ine ni 1 Xlucirct Hoshcl Ted Todd Richard min I n D lot sc Xlirxbcth H17 Nlrs an cock limes Rcntfrovs , .. ,. N. X n I , ' ' D " ' 1 I A I s 1 1 ,- ' ' 2 Z ' Z .' I A -Ll 1 . 3 ls' r I a L- - , , 2 I -1 I l - ' . Mr y lokarski. , rlz 'ay f .1 cy. hggy ' ' . .' . . ' ' . .1 , . 4' i. gny Y',Q,A gut Vkillrt m Ho hel. Sa la "1 ' g, ,Ir iff, R ,N-5 1 s .l s Q '- RQ ' g o . l axid - -r I-r. Q 4' ' tel. , H - Headlng the new Future Teachers Club are seated left to rlght Mr Eddlngton Advlsor Margaret Hoshel Presrdent and Nancy Hand Secretiry Standmg are Knaomra Wllson Treasurer Mary .lo Houts Vlce presldent and Sally Reed Hlstorran Future Teacher u Perhaps all lhlfty memb rs of our Future Teachers Club wlll not become teachers but everyone of us IS mterested m the teachmg pro fesston Several of our meetmgs thls year were dlscussron sesslons on opportunmes ln teachmg In December our group vrslted Western Mxchxgan College campus and later 1n the year we VlSltCd Coldwater Trammg Home Mlss Gretchen Guck speech correctnomst m our schools talked mterestmgly on speclal edu Catton at one of our meetmgs The Spamsh Club jomed us ln sponsormg a school dance m the Spring Our meetmas ure held the flrst Wednesday of the month 'V 65? 7,67 First Ron Suzanne Pearson Barbara Gravblll lxathryn Reed Bonme Nlohnev Mary Jo Houts Julle Brown Knaomla Wrlson Nlr Eddmgton Suomi Ron Suzann Fornaresxo Nancv Nexghbours Judv BIIIIFIEZ Sallv Reed Nancy Hand Edith Lmsner Loretta Houseworth Georgia Tobler Tlnrd Ron Arla Faye Sarlev Sandra Heckelbower Mary Toltarslu Jlm Stolxoe Joe DAmore Carole Holverstott Sharalyn Blalock Joyce Manley Barbara Leplanlta Fourth Ron 'War aret Hoshel Mrke LeMense Terry Relff Norm Schmldt Tom Gotschall Tom Reed Ted Todd Janda Boulette .., . : 4. ey k L Iv 1 E . ' 1 4 C I ,. Q ' t , 1 - ' s S X T . . . - . . . V , . Y . . I . . I A7 ' 01 V ' ' ' 1 , . . . . . . Q I l , K Z I . - 1 ' . . I 1 ' ', - M 1 Q ' ' , - upwly S - . J 1' I V ,J A 0 . V I r . J Q -. A is h K 3 F, 25 "' V v .' N 1 . , ve X ' N .lx - . 1 . . s , ' ' S ' . . . . 4 . , , , - 1 I - -1. . - . '. . K 1 - I A . t - . V ' A- A 2 ' ' , . . -- . - . ,' - . Q . - , , Future urses lt seems that we never have enough nurses. therefore we feel that our Future Nurses Club is fulfilling a worthwhile purpose in creating an Interest ln nursing careers for high school girls Our meetmgs were held once a month and at sexeral of these meetmgs we were favored wlth talk-s by registered and practlcal nurses Other outstandmg events were the program presented for underclass glrls who are xnterested 1n nursxng the tea for our mothers and the speclal recognl txon program at which tame we received our F N A pms Our members made cookles for Falrvlew Hos prtal and worked m the flrst and room and at the hospltal Our club acknowledges wlth grateful apprecla tron the help and guldance of Mtss Avery our club sponsor and others who have made thls year another successful one for F N C 'f' Y WW Lookmg over a Inst of qualtflcatlons for a good nurse are the offlcers of the F N C Seated are Mlldred lrwm Treasurer Martha Steck Presldent and Sandra Watson Vice Presndent Standmg IS Mxss Avery Ad visor Mxssmg from the plcture IS Darla Ryan Secretary 'ali Fun Ron Miss Avery Donna Keller Harrnet McClam Detwxler Darla Ryan Sandra Watson Lmda Haines Darlene DeLong Thzrd Ron Martha Steck Beverly Burgert Mxldred Second Row Nancy Cook Loretta Thompson Marqulta lrwm Lmda Robison 1 ' ' K bv. ' ' ' - ta? ,Q . Z ,Lk p . . . . ti fy . .1 A ' . . . - WN lg I . L . Q ' . Q u ' 5 'I' 'Q , 1 , '.', Q .rr "' " K I Lx S '5- N -e C - A sig, , ' s ,tr-'I K la: 17 I ' . -- . l' 4' Q t ' f 4 'V " , n igga? ' 'D l ' - t I V X Q il! 7, lf f t I 1 -.tw Mrss Avery and Nfirs Fxtch were the adylsors for our Future Homemakers of Amerlca Club whrch IS afflhated wrth the state and natxonal orgamzatlons As the name nmplres the purpose of the club rs to rnsprre and teach hlgh school glrls to become better homemakers 'Vlany of our members were proud to show that they could bake a cherry ple ln the annual Cherry Pre Baking Contest and we were honored ln having our presldent Knaomta WIJSOH chosen the County Cherry Ple Queen and another o' our members Barbara Zlegler selected as the runner up for the County From the beglnnmg of the school year wlth our 1n1t1at1on of new members each month has been busy with many and yarlous actlvxtles At each home Game we took charge of the cloak room and after one of these games we sponsored a post game dance Agam thls year we gaye the American lndlans IH AYIZOHH a share ln our Merry Chrlstmas by malhng a glft box to them We earned money for our club by havmg a brke sale In March we entertained our nothers tt a supper the food and atmosphere bemg com pletely French We thlrtyf members of F H A haye had 1 fine year together Future l-Iomemakers E UI 'lc -3 ,ft ookmg over plans for thclr French dmner are seated from left to right Knaomla Wilson Pesldent Mlss Avery Advlsor and Joyce Grover Secretary Stmdmg lrc Mrs Fltch Advisor Gwen Recd Treasurer and F my H1 enbuch Parllamenttrzan Missing from the plC If J 'nfl X f'll'SI Rm- Nlrs Frtch Gwen Reed Ruth Levench Sandy Goodwnll Margaret Wexandt Marruck Iubb Shnrlev Buck Madeline Hier Joyce Grover Mlss Avery Suomi Ron Jo Ann Briggs Fay Hagenbuch Betty Foust Mary McGavern Byrona Schneider Rheta Btundxge Loretta Houseworth Darla Ryan Tlunl Ron Brenda Chnddnster Dons Nnsonger, lxnaomna Wxlson Sandra Franklln Cora Bishop Mary Kauffold Jo Ann Dane Edrth Lmsner Nancy Cook I-onrzh Ron Suzanne Pearson Ann Bernhardt Mary Jane Skeer Nlary Vlrgmla Hayes Judy Martlnsen Sherla Haye Marya Dxcken Ruthann Gexbe Karen I-arl Margaret Hoshel A , . , 'V 1 I u 1 A v ' . , . ' . , , ' I . . , O. , . , V N4 E! , - - . , . ' ' - V . , , I I l - 1 I - . 5 . 4' D r v' w 1 . I 1 2 I I , . , , 1 K. Z . .. J-. . ' h I ' I . , V, 'K gf V , ' I ,I 2 ' ' . . . . c ' t 2 s Y- y 'g Z V Q 1 1 ure is Darla Ryan. Vice-President. .5 ' f as ' ' ' . at G Zi J, ' , ,, W, gm A 6 , ' . ' 94, ' 3 fl, f' , D . 14 - ,, Q 5' V .- - - , of v 1 V , ,J Y . . A . Q . Tr . f ss ' 'lf f ' A ' ' ' I , v N - V x Y Q A .. . ' , , 1 I ' s 1 ' . l ' , , -J - I - v - - 4 '. ' - ,V . l . 4 I - w I HJ' . .. ' ' , ' I , - 1 ' ' 4 ' ' - ' , paulsh Club Saber es poder' Several speakers gave edu cattonal talks on Spam and South Amertca and showed pnctures of hfe IH these Spanish speaktng eountrtes to our twenty ftve members of Spanlsh Club We enjoyed our tradlttonal Lattn American Chrtstmas partx and a trlp to Ann Arbor to see a Spantsh play We sponsored a dmce wnth the Future Teach ers Club ln March Our meetlnas are held the ftrst Monday of the month I Heading the Spantsh Club through tts busy year were setted from left to rtght Senorttts Judy Payne Vtce Prcsldent Nancy Hand President Ind Mary Tolxarsltl Treasurer Standtug are Mr Izddmgton Advisor and Martlyn Davts Secretary Fm! Ron Mary Lunsford Marsha Watson Shan Bla lock Georgta Tobler Shxrley Rtfenberg Mr Eddmgton Second Row Loretta Houseworth Mary Tokarskx Nancy Hand Edtth Lmsner Martlyn Davts Cora Btshop Karen Dock Thrrd Ran Ann Bernhardt Mary Studebaker Pat Havens Norma Jean Ely Judy Janson Ruth Ftsh Sandra Watson Kay Htll Fourth Ron Dave Roberts Russel Emmerlmg Phtlltp Davis John Settle Tom Reed Rex Durren Dave Galmet . , . , . 7 F I . ' . . - ' 3 3 7 . . . I . . x - ti, . V . . . - . I ff - , , - 'sf ' . I L - 'Y ' I ,- I Abu my Y ,. 4 If ' 4 t ..L Y . . . , , .S . ' . I . S - , . 5 , K y , I ' f KVVK L W s , ' x ll M A D L ,Z L ,h-- ' , r 'U' -nr' 'J A' , . I' , i 0 .. , " ,J , , . Xa ' . it , ' , l , X -s . ' 1- 5' . ., - . K . Q " ,X 3 : WN" , x - iE- 1 1 3 K Y-Q, W ,. 1 W - t v U ' N I l an i g 1 J i t . l "I D D 1 . 1 .I - ' ' ' V 1 . I V ' ' U A S s l I 1 A a l - v 1" Y H lf 7 Assnstmg the Buble Club m IIS many actlvttles were nts offlcers seated from left to rlght Darlene DeLong V1cePrcsldent Nancy Anderson Presndent and Sally Woodall Secretary Standmg are Mr DeLong Advrsor and Wllbur Parrsh Treasurer F Ftrs! Ron Ilm Norton Shlrley Knapp, JoAnn Woodall Gwen Reed Vnvlan Thornberg Darlene DeLong, Bull Knapp Second Ron Sally Woodall Donna Hoover, Joyce Peters Lola Burchard Carol Wagner, Karen Stemmger Thzrd Ron Ioretta Thompson Davtd Evans, Sandra B1 ble Club The Blble Club IS completely mterdenomma tlonal and all students who are lnterested n studymg the Blble are cordlally 1nv1ted to mem bershlp 1n our club Our meetmgs are held durmg the latter part of the noon hour every Monday Wednesday and Frlday of the school year vuth a different member 1n charge of each meetlnv A course of study was planned for thls year whereby the New Testament would be studled book by book vuth members takmg an actrve part Blble drllls dlscusstons smgmg favorlte choruses and varrous quizzes made our study entertammg as well as mformatlve After the electron of new offlcers tl profntable and enjoyable year was brought to 1 close with the smgmg of our clubs song Wnth Etermtys Values rn Vrew Mr DeLong was our advlsor ffm Hackenburg Barbara Ztelzler Darlene Harrison Llnda Robmson Fourth Ron Sharron Tuesley Martha Evans David Berry, Wllbur Parrlsh Karen Earl Nancy Anderson Mr DeLong . . 1 , . . - 'C' ' - 'V . . 1 Aj I v V .1 ,' I 7 , , I X 4 . , , , . . . . . 9 9 - , . 1 , tx ' ' - .' Q , h- , A' 1 I . - - ' . . . . , . . Y 3 if I ' Q , ' . ' r ' " L b' . . . H . . .1 u - ' vs V V, 1 H , six 'J in, f I ' v , X y -0 -rv Nl , ' f' ' - f 1 ' F ,: Q IQ ., ,, . I 2, ' f t -- X I' ,X ks U , M , ba. Q - .. V n S F 1: - ' , M' K , I V' , K ' Y f ,V '- " ' 1 I V 1 I 1 x A. V Y ' 1 .., , Q l y W xx ' ly 1 4 . N Ns if ,. f fx. . 1. X Q-.. -. ' sr O NU 1 - , .5 ,bv .- -- 1 No 1 - - Q .L .g ff .,'. N "1 5 ...Ss , . '-'-. ,' ' '- qv 4' X2 5 '. 1. i 'f-f Qi ,fm gg-Ap. 'J i "'.K'... X'-Lo X 5... X -. X , X'-, Xi '4Qf7.j5..X"g. , . ' ' ':, . -. ' ik Y' . X !'W2'.X , AY Q ,Fig 'Q-N fx Kg N- .- J--, , f Y- ' -' QR 'Q X' .. N Q- ,NLR N 2 'K Q'-,.. XR Qx 1 'X ' " l . 'X X2 -an X lf ,LX . . 'l. MR . '-5 . . ' x'.. SXN -,I X v., ss., X .,,. Nf 'Q 'Q 'i NAU .Q ll ,I Bl' ftf'1g'2iWi gre 1. t e,' if' i l 3 lg' it 1- .3 iii - .i it 3' 1 ig ' ' ll it 2 f? if i Q 4 ' l l X- ' Band We members of the Three Rivers High School Band began our busy year of practice and per- formance before school started with the intention of going to Chicago and Riverview as we had the previous year. Due to unavoidable circum- stances this trip was cancelled. However, this practice helped the marching band considerably to prepare for the coming home football games. We entertained the football enthusiasts at the games and prepared amusing skits for the half- time intermissions. During the football season we traveled to Sturgis where we put on a very enjoyable show. Later in October the senior and junior bands combined musical and marching talents by presenting a spectacular half-time cere- mony back on our home field. We made our annual appearance at the St. Joseph County Fair in September. October 17, 1956, we participated in the Marching Festival . ....,................- V i . . i v iii! llllfjiif l l Q 3 . i . , K . I Band at Armstrong Field where we received a First Division rating. The band presented the '57 Band Follies pro- gram in January which was rated highly enter- taining. In February we took part in the Solo Ensemble Festival in Kalamazoo where many of us represented Three Rivers well by receiving top ratings. Later in Kalamazoo we participated in the district contest where again we received a First Division rating which entitled us to take part in the State Concert Contest which is held later in the Spring. Our season closed with our band and the Vicksburg band joining in a concert at Vicksburg. Our sincere thanks go to Mr. Robert Smith. our conductor, who led us to another fine year. I l , . l l , V A , P i . , I fx' fp, L The Band officers are seated from left to right, Alison Bramer. Vice-presidentg Roberta Cosner, Secretary: and .landa Boulette, Treasurer. Standing are Mr. Smith, Advisorg and Don Neamen, President. I. H. . The letters J. H. S. stand for Junior High Singers and we are sometimes thought of as the younger sisters of the D. S. group. Miss Antoinette Ash is the director of our eighth and ninth grade girls vocal music group. This year we took part in the Christmas Pro- gram and the Spring Concert. We also sang for several High School chapel services. We were fortunate in having four girl pianists for our aceompanists Deborah Hamilton Martha Evans Gwen Reed and Annette Wellington L-. '14 1 G . Parr: Row Christy Shutes Susan Drew Fay Hagenbuch Harriet McClain Shirley Hardy Margaret Wetandt linda Haines Betty Foust Margaret Shult7 Delores Norton Iraey Haekenburg 81101711 Ron leranees Nlitehell Phyllis losale Barbara C arroll Pat Clark Judith Cnlelarlst Betty Boesehenstein Deborah Hamilton Judy lselser Judith Dobrovyolskl son Gail Beelxle Donna Keller Sandy Goodwill Tliiril Ram Nleliane Batten Mary Miller Doris Starr Janeth Shug Ruth Leverich Linda Poe Jo Ann Briggs Sharon Tasc Beverly ODell Shannon Reed Carolyn Watts Karen Conev Linda Hack Joy Nfliller Shirley lxnapp Judith N1 artin Karen lzarl fourth Ram Nell Williams lyerni Shelton Jo Dane Janet Syytnehart Nlargaret Brady Sharon Bucknell Cynthia Felch Donna Hoover MarDean Longacre Marv Skeer Nlarrick Jubb Vivian Thornburgh Gloria Wagner Georgia Colosimo Bonnie lott Dime losile Abbie Rollins Xlma Prince Helen Dentler Hill: Ram Ciyyen Reed Bernice Riee Rhett Brundige N1 ary GIILJJI N1 arshi Dyer Doris Nisonger Arlene Schneider Nancy Greenman Mary Hayes Susan Vy aters lsaren Boyyersox Xelma Shelton Shirley Nliller Sue Herndon Carol Nlohney Sixth Ram Ardlth Osborn Byrona Snyder Sheila Haye Glennis Nounger Ruth Grebe linda Foster leann IDll'Tll'T1lLle Roehelle Jones Judy 'ylartinsen Norma Wellington Xnnette Vyellineton Pat Dunn Niar ha levans Sandra Grebe Bonnie lyins Donna Keefer lrdith Potter Nl arlyn Reed Peggy Boeschenstein Susan lambertson 'Nl arton ley ans Donna G a7ella . . . S. . . . . , . 1 5 . . 1 ' . i 1 . 1 '1 , " ' ' , ' ' . . ' . 1 ' 1 . 1 ,' ' 1 Nlyrna Myers. Lois Kline. Deana Kipker. Judith John- Carol Cottingham. Barbara Baker. Carolyn 'Worline. A V s- ,U . s s U V ' ' B - . X ir' . . ' , , S' f ' 5' , ' . . ' I . . . k- 1 Y' ' , . vt , A ' Q ' I, , ' I I, , , I ' K, h 1 ' A L I K K 1 . . 1 ' . 1 'z . 1 1 . .1 1 ' R ' ' I 1 . i "L . ' L . . . fi 1. . 1 E. H. 1 j ' ' '. .2 . 'i . , . 1 Leading the D S Club ln nts many actlvltles are nts offnccrs Seated are Mary Vxckrey Treasurer and Connle Reed Presxdent Standing are Allson Bramer Secretary and Mnss Ash Advxsor Under the splendld dxrectlon of Mass Antoinette Ash our Double Sharp Club has sung ltS way through another happy and successful year Of course there were our annual Chrlstmas and Sprmg Concerts several chapel servlces Bac calaureate and then we went to Sturgis to smg for the teachers at thelr county Institute We were fortunate m having several good ac compamsts for our group of Sophomore Junlor and Semor glrl smgers They were Judy Reed Conme Ames Sandra Hall Krlsten Blank and Arla Faye Sarley Q nnhlj Ftrs! Row Rosalle Maystead Barbara Smnth Judy Bnttmg Sandra Hall Pat Scott Patty PurseU Krlstm Blank Connle Ames Joyce Grover Laura Smallcombe Roberta Cosner Agnes Brooks Sandra Wnedenbeck Judy Payne Jane Grxffnth Loretta Houseworth Charlene Collnns Shen Blalock Second Row Cora Smxth Marybeth Dlethnch Jo Ann Naylor Phyhs Snyder Sally Woodall Marsha Watson Karen Dock Exleen Ryan Ann Bernhard! Kathryn Swamuck Peggy Fosdlck Julle Brown Mary Vnckrey Penny Frlncke Donna Smlth Thzrd Row Thelma Wxlllams Rose Marte Bubetz -wing? N53 Marlene Henschell Norma Jean Ely Ednth Lmsner Ruth Fish Many Goodenough Jo Ann Wetherbee Jo Ann Spence Carol Klme Pearl Loslk Alxson Bramer Sandra Heckelbower Sally Reed Nancy Baker Judy Wellmgton Nancy Nexghbours Carol Holverstott Dons Nlchols Sharon Tuesley Vlolet Thornburgh Betty Kauffman Carol Smxttendorf Fourth Row Darla Ryan Marsha Detwller Caryl Lxlhe Donna Workman Perlanne Dolph Phyhs Wagner Connie Reed Kathleen Keith Bonnie Monney Kay Hxll Paulette Esmay Llnda Manos Pat Grlffm Mildred lrwm Rose Ann Knlllan - . A, I A, V. I ,- 6.1 JQQ .r . O "P - , I 1 , 1 1 u . 1 ' 1 1 . . , 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - il A I , 1 1 55' . s 1 26 I. 2 , V , 4 1 l 4 2 I f ? ' ' ' - 1 8 G . 8 B - - .I l q . . - , Q l , . I , ' 2. 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Bt- f' 'Or J X First Ron Laura Smallcomhe Pat Scott Michael Le Mense Dan Kramb Joe DAmore Bob Mitchell Jerry Ruagles Terry Rieff Ronald Henschel George Baker Larrv Hackenberg James King Richard Broker Bonnie Mohney Eileen Ryan Joyce Grover Loretta House worth Kay Hill Serond Ron Sandra Hall Barbara Smith Judy Bittlng Richard Remington Charles Marvin Alison Bramer Julie Brown Javne Griffith Kristin Blank Charlene Collins Third Ron Darla Ryan Mildred lrwin Marlene Hen D l A H l schel Marybeth Diethrich JoAnn Naylor Snyder Edith Linsner Marsha Detwiler Karen Connie Reed Ann Bernhardt Kathryn Swanwick Fosdick Pal Griffin Mary Vickrey Rose Killian Brooks Fourrh Rom Miss Ash Judy Reed Connie Phylis Dock Peggy Agnes Rosalie Maystead Elizabeth Dettmar Norma Ely Donna Smith Carol Kline Pearl Losik Sandra Heckel hovser Sandra Wiedenbeck Sally Reed Nancy Baker linda Manos Paulette Fsmav Shari Blalock Roberta Cosner Judy Payne EIGHTH GRADE BOYS CHOIR Tev- H6 jun Hkmq 5,1011 x1111,'f Piu' Hilxard Xrt Remington Charles Kauffman 1011 11 Xl 113111111 11v111U,On rim' Rim l,erox lreston Frances Snider 0 1j,e1k1 510106 jude Rutd 1111111151 lintemoot larrx lrosdi lx Dan Shire Brian Xkilliams S ttllti Ron Niiss -Xsh Pete Jteobs Rn Cosncr D ,3 Bob Shire Dour. 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An added attractlon to the vocal muslc concerts are the Double and Trlple Trlos Some of our members of the D S Club trxed out and were fortunate enough to be chosen for the Double 'IIIO Trlos We mne members of the Trlple Trlo were chosen from the J HS Club for the blendmg quahty of our voices The practice sesslons for both of these tnos were long and somet1mes drfflcult but we feel that we had a very worthwhnle year DOUBLE TRIO K Joyce Grover Laura Smallcombe Krxstm Blank Conme Ames Roberta Cosner Agnes Brooks Pxamst Judy Reed Fzrst Row Gwen Reed, Barbara Baker, Susan Waters, Carol Cottlngham TRIPLE TRIO L. x Karen Coney, Second Row Annette Wellmgton, Deann Dlmmnck Mary Vrrgnma Hayes, Martha Evans, Karen Earl 0 ' 1 Q S , 1 I - ' ' I 2 ZZ W ' 5 " t I ' I ' 7 ' i 'Z I 1.4 " 1' -9 - i , Y ' 1, , , ,I X , 1 A 3 an-qi I' sf I n tf , . .,, N, LJ' ' a ' M 1 Q, ,N ' Ai A , , . f ra. A Q U 1 . ' ' - I- I Q v " K X- an enrol' Pla On February '70 1957 the Seniors had the pleasure of presenting the popular Broadway comedy The Man Who Came to Dinner appreciative Three Rivers play goers We enjoyed every moment of those long eve ning rehearsals although we had some dltficult moments learning lmes and cues We all gratefully recognized the splendid work Mike LeMense did in learning many long speeches for the leading role that of Sheridan Whiteside The setting of the play is the living room of Mr and Mrs Ernest W Stanley in a small town in Ohio The tumultuous goings on of the irascible Sheridan Whiteside claims everyones undivided attention during his six weeks confinement follow mg a fall and resulting broken hip His hosts Mr and Mrs Ernest Stanley fBeverly Burgert and side runs up their phone bill to the tidy sum of S784 by calling across the Atlantic invites con victs to lunch and receives cockroaches in the Stanley s kitchen and penguins in their library When Maggie CK1thrj,n Reed! his secretary falls in love with the reporter Bert Jefferson fDon Neamenj Whiteside summons a glamorous actress Lorraine lMary Vickreyl to win the af fectlons of the young man Much amusina intrigue between Maggie and Whiteside centers around Lorraine Whiteside at last frantically seeks and fmds a way to get rid of Lorrame and he tri umphantly departs from the Stanley home Listen' NN hat was that crashing noise" He has slipped and fallen again Others of our cast had original and clever lmes and their performances made the production vigorous and refreshing These included Kenneth Blade Darlene DeLong Mike Blalock Ruth Fornaresio Margaret Hoshel Connie Reed Sandra Hecklebower Terrence Reiff Peggy Cook Ted Todd Ronnie Factor Joe DAmore Dick Cameron and Mike Mariettl Not only those in the cast but many others working and cooperating in different ways con tion Many thanks to Mrs Voorhe s for her untiring efforts in directing us to another Senior Play success' f' . 77 Sb ' ,,7 Y 'Y A . I nf n s ' . . n - 1 n B Q S Q I Y , Edward Houghtalmgl are nm happy when White' tributed to the success of our hilarious presenta- It A I N f q 1 T i f C 4 5 "5 . g fe y J "' l ' ' N 5 I ,. , 1 N O ' ' i L L' 9. i n I ' X ' ' v I h : God bless us all and Tiny Tim! 0 4 ? A . l O "Just the memory of you in the mummy case." l i l Whiteside checks the script for his radio program. -W4 "The an Who Came To Dinner" mf ,J-V - "Cream of Mush brings you Sheridan Whiteside. Lorraine admires the mummy case. Whiteside falls again! 1, - Rl Iunior Pla It was the first time for some of us to have had a part in a play and how thrilled we were to be chosen Of course when we were first as sinned our parts in Down to Earth we didnt realize the seemlnglx endless hours of learnin our lines and the rightly rehearsals Nevertheless the memories of our Junior play will always be very special to us From opening curtain until the final scene the audience was kept in a laughing mood which naturally brought out the best of ham in us Down to Earth a three act comedy fantasy revolves around Augusta tLoretta Houseworthb a crusty old maid whose aim in life has been making money and keeping it Trying in vam to interest Augusta in giving her money to them are two nieces Orpha CEd1th Lmsnerl and Millie CBarbara Sflllthb Orpha a social climber has designs on rich nearsighted Robert Hanley CRodney Libyj as husband for her daughter Ruthie QJEIIIICC Sloanl "PHX '10 f""Q Millie has an inventor husband, Baxter CDave Foersterj who invented a thimble that threads needles, and Millie wants money to help him, and also help her poor man, Richard tKurt Brand- enburgj. Pllone Ueffrey Keiserl the apprentice angel with one wing who hitchhikes a ride to e rth with two angels with two wings Agnes CMary Jo I-loutsl and Wilfred fwllbuf Parishj discovers that he has Certalrl very special powers such as making people fall in love From his experiment ing he soon has all the wrong people in love- lncludmg Augusta and Herman CD1ck Remmg tonj Before the final curtain however the threads of romance are rewoven in a happier pattern md the right people including the maid Diana CGerald1ne Cnlbertj Pilone s would be love are heaven bound Many other students and faculty members had an important part in this successful play produc tion helping with costumes collectm properties assisting with make up and prompting working on ticket sales and helping with stage and lighting Let us not forget that much credit goes to Mrs Harold Voorhees who so capably directed our Pal' l J gf' piplxwd 1 N ll ll D0 n To Earth November 14, 1956 - I 4 o ff 5' if Mary Jo Houts and Wilbur Parish as the angels. Judy Reed, Loretta Houseworth, Barbara Smith, and Dave Foerster. . t J-yy J J-A Kurt Brandenburg and Janice Sloan think they're alone, because the angels are invisible. Loretta Houseworth. Jeff Kaiser, Wilbur Parish, Edith Linsner, Barbara Smith, Dave Foerster, Mary Jo Houts and Janice Sloan. fmw 'r 5. Augusta and Herman fall in love. l Wlldcat Weekl Hurry' Get that asstgnment m' We have a deadlme to meet' These were famtllar lmes to most of us on the Wildcat Weekly Staff as Mtss Metzger our advisor and Arla Faye Sarley our edttor 1n chtef saw to lt that we fllled the sectton destgnated to us tn the Monday edttxon of the Three Rtvers Commercml We tr1ed to flll this space wnh Important school news edttortal comments tnterestmg gosstp Semor sketches and a ptcture of some school function every week Rosalie Harrts was our edttor tn chlef at the begtnnlng of the school year but she moved to Buchanan Arla Faye ably ftlled her posttton and helped us to publtsh a Wtldcat Weekly whtch was not only mformattve and mteresttng to the htgh school students but also to our parents and other cttlzens of Three Rlvers Revtcwtng the results of thcnr efforts are the edttors of thc Wtldcat Weekly Seated are Mtke Blalock Co Sports Fdttor Arlt Faye Sarley hdltor ln chief Knaomla Wtlson News hdttor and Barbara Ztegler Iexchange Fdttor Standmg are Dave Pellegrom Co Sports Edttor and Mtss Metzger Adwtsor Mtssmg from the ptcture ts Janda Boulette Feature Edttor Prepanng for next years tasks are the Jumor Edttors of the Wlldcat Weekly Sally Mtller Proofreader Loretta 'tor and Patty Putsell "K Proofreader M sstng from the ptcture IS Sandra Hall Assoctate Edttor Houseworth Assoclate Edt 5-. 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The Jumor Edltors of the Inklmg are standing left to rlght Edrth Lmsner Judy Reed and Judy Bntung Seated IS Norma Jean Ely Inklin The brg day has arrlved' Eager Three Rrvers Hlgh School students are anxlous to see what the Inklmg has to say about them and their frlends Under the leadershlp of Miss Metzger our advlsor and Kathryn Reed our edrtor ln chlef we the Inklmg Staff were able to place a copy of the Inklmg on the market every slx weeks These ewht to ten mlmeographed pages con tamed for the fnrst tlme photographs of some of the act1v1t1es of the school as well as IIS usual feature amcles news articles and sports stones whrch have always made our own school paper such a success At the begmnlng of the school year our edltors ycmed the Wlldcat Weekly edltors ln a trlp to Kalamazoo to compare our publrcatrons wrth those of other schools so that we mlght be able to make rmprovements on our future work Our editors reporters and typlsts worked feverlshly durlng free perlods and noon hours ln order to produce this year s lnklmgs of whlch we are justly proud u-1 Luunl DlMlt5N M0015 Workmg labonously over the stencrls of the February Ed1l0f PCSSY COOK Feature Edlwl' NHHCY AHCWYSOH lssue of the Inklmg are lts editors From left to rlght Aff Editor and Mafybeth H3291 News Edlwl' are Kathryn Reed Edrtor m chref Don Neamen Sports .U l . l . 4, . . 3 C. 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' ' I , SPORTS arslty Football Wmdmg up a falr season the 1956 Wtldcat football team under the dlrectton of Norm I-lar rns earned three very xmpresslve w1ns against frve setbacks The WlldC8lS opened the season by plav1ng host to non conference foe Dowagxac The Turf men trounced thexr v1s1tor by an nmpressrve 13 to 0 score Playmg the1r frrst conference game of the season the vlctory glfted Wtldcats recetved a 20 to 12 setback from the hands of Marshall TR next met the Albron eleven The Cats started off fast but Alblon came back strong ln the second half and defeated TR by a 29 to 19 score Travelmg to East Lansmg the Turfmen re celved a 33 to 0 beatlng from the top Class B strong nn the next game and defeated our arch rtval Sturgls 14 to 7 The Cats then fell prey to a vrctory thxrsty Coldwater team 24 to O Takmg the backseat to L8kCV1CW by a 26 to 12 score TR completed the season by whlppmg Adnan 31 to 13 At the end of the season the team elected Norm Schmidt as honorary captam Norm Schmldt and March Durren rece1ved honorable mentron m the Twm Valley Conference Players recenvmg letters were Jlm Bloom Mxke Marlettt Claude Wllll3mS March Durren Cy Stevenson Charles Boeschenstem Gordon Carpenter John Settle Joe DAmore Lee Stan ard Jxm Halter Tom Gotschall Norm Schmldt Vlfgll Elrschele Armand KIICVCHS Dlck Mob ney J1m Parsons Gary Austm Ray Comeau Joe Brackett Frltz Drcken Jeff Hamllton Bob Wells and to the managers John Coates and Dave Forshey Farsi Row March Durren Mlke Marlettl Jlm Halter Charles Boeschenstem Norm Schmldt Jlm Bloom Claude WllllamS Cy Stevenson Gordon Carpenter Serum! Rot Armand Krxevens Jrm Parsons Lee Stanard Tom Gotschall V1rg1l Elrschele John Settle Three Rlvers 13 Dowaglac 0 Three Rlvers 12 Marshall 20 Three Rxvers 19 Alblon 29 Three Rlvers 0 E Lansmg 33 SCORES Joe DAmore Duck Mohney Tlurd Ron Joe Brackett Dlck Wells Jeff Hamllton Frltz Dncken Gary Austm Chlp Penzottx Jerry Ruggles Ray Comeau Bob Mxtchell Three Rrvers 14 Sturgxs 7 Three Rlvers O Coldwater 24 Three Rlvers 12 B Creek 26 Three Rlvers 31 Adnan 13 I . , . , . - I I I . . 1 7 ' 1 - 7 U ' - . . l ' - l . I . . . . I . . Z . , -, ' l 1 1 . v ' . 7 1 3 , I ' l a s 9 I ' ' . , . 4 , . , A , ' ' - I 9 D s - ' . ' , - , 1 , 1 , team in the state. However TR came back . '. . ' ' . . ' Mltchell, Chlp Penzottl, Jerry Ruggles, Dlck - - 5 s 9 9 7 ' . ' A I 1 . 1 . ' U . U 9 I I 3 - ly Y h V: A I rl x , - - 1 1 y 1 ! Reserve Football The fmal results of the 1956 Reserve football season showed an unsuccessful season m respect to wms and losses Vlctory eluded the Wlldkxts throughout the season as they dropped flVC contests The ftrst game was played on home ground as the W1ldk1ts met Dowagnac The game proved to be a real thrlller wlth the vlsltors capturmg the contest 26 to 21 Travehng to DOW3glaC the W1ldk1IS found an even more stubborn Dowaglac eleven as the Small Chrefs once agam defeated the clawmg WlldkltS 27 to 19 Weakened after the f1rst two defeats with Sturgis as our arch rival took home a 19 to 0 vlctory Traveling to Sturgis for the second try the Wnldkxts were determmed to eke out the1r f1rst vlctory but Sturgis changed thelr mmds and sent the Wlldklts home medltatmg on a 8 to 0 defeat Playmg Lakevlew for the f1rst tlme also proved a dnsappomtment for the vrctory thlrsty Wlldklts Lakevlew won 18 to 12 and the Wlldklts closed the season w1th a strong taste of defeat 1n thelr mouths Letters were awarded to Rxchard Broker Eugene Brundlge Harold Cl1pfell Mlke Con cannon Ph1ll1o Davrs Dav1d Galmet Jerry Hersehleb Harry Longway Charles P1erce Thomas Quake Marlon Waters Jon Roggellen Walter Bowersox Olm Jones and Larry Rumsey Fzrst Row Charles P1erce Jerry Hershleb Dave Rob erts Harry Longway Gary Austm Ron Henschel Jon Roggelxen Phll Davls Tom Quake Second Row Walter Bowersox Mnchael Concannon SCORES Rxchard Broker Marlon Waters Harold Cllpfell Kenneth Bowlby Davnd Galmet Jack Roberts Dxck Wells Jerry Ruggles Coach Robert Thompson Olm Jones Larry Rumsey Three Rlvers 21 Dowaglac 26 Three RIVCYS 0 Stufgls 8 Three Rlvefg 19 Dowaglag 27 Three Rlvers 12 Lakeview 18 Three Rlvers O Sturgxs 19 S 7 ' I , . . . - . . . , , ' ' . ' 7 A 7 7 Dowagiac, the Wildkits received no mercy from ' . ' . ' ' . 7 3 7 . s . . , ' , . 2 ' , . 1 9 v ... - LZ 1 C 2 . 9 " v . n ' ' Football ,rv 3. A Ev i W Q lf' ' X Stars X, Drill Team "Forward March?" This is a command we members of the Girls' Drill team have obeyed many times. We began the year with the framing of our constitution, for this is the first year that the drill team has functioned as a club. After a few business meetings we began practicing our routine for our colorful half-time marching exhibitions. We entertained the football and basketball fans with ten different performances this year and we also marched in the Memorial Day parade. We are indebted to our three drummers who helped us keep in step, they are Gail Beckle, Joy I , Fuller. and Deborah Hamilton. We also Owe Susan Drew. Treasurerg Penny Frincke, President a great deal to Miss Murrell who instructed and and Deborah Hamnlon' Secretary' supervised us for our exhibitions tm HMI Rm! blten Rum man Drew Judy Nhllef Frinclte Paulette Fsmty Deborah Hamilton 'ylary Mite Rugnles Christine Shutes Abbie Rollins Bonnie TOWN JOAYW DLUIQV GUI Becue 'Um Shannon Rnd gum Ldmbertson fn rrh Ron 'Norma Vlelltngton linda Nlanos Annette In R huh RUSH, Hhs Smder lm Fuller Wellington Judy kemmerlmg Sandra Yearling linda Hitlt Pit Dunn Christy Clymer Carolynn Wor Rodielh JOHN F'-lllh Potter Mafva Dlckeflg Judy line ktrcn Dotlt Dohmwsk' Tlnrl Rim Btrbtra Hiker Betty Boeschenstein Penny ' xx' I L- 'N 9 D . K Q ' ' ' 'I u .5-., - I 5 4 ' . , L ' Q E A - I L g , I ' ti A ' l , A P 5 i ' 4 H in . ' S i . ' . ' A I .' i ' i I 3 Y. , iii 1 I 4 I A i 1 Q41 ,VJ gnu.. V' .g rl. I 'V . . 'Y . vig- k E u . 4' ,V I r . . l. . . . . - Q N ARSITH ,1 Cheel leaders The posltlon of cheerleader IS con s1dered a hnzh honor for Z1 glrl to ohtmn 1n TRHS Our dutles ire to be peppx enerfetlc 1nd to lead the student bodx rn rousrnfr cheers desmned to encourage the team on to uctorx We extend our manx thanks to our wonderful adxlsor M155 Dorothx Murrell who has helped us 1 great deal She also helped to v.r1te 1 che rleadrnv constrtu t1on vvhlch we ftdopted th15 year RESERX F 2 Prncrlla Barkalow Captaln Lmda Nlanos Captaln Nancy Baker Penny Frmcke JHHICC TO bm Paulette Igsmay Sandra Wredenbeclt Bettv Boeschensteln Sally Reec Mary Tobm 1 I - - g ' 1 1 l . . c ', :X Z I. , ' 1 - ' f ,Y ' :: -- 'c ' , , . 4 , . , , S Q . J f if 1, ll ' 1 3 . C ' l ' l. , , L . Y , . fzlvr, 'L . 11 L' . V . V F' . . I , . X I A 3 J 4' N ,. 1 , A AX v- ,, . ',' .1 . 1 " 1 .. 77 ' ' N 'p - E X . U . , - , K, ' ffl' l 1 ' , . .A A . , 1, - . t A , 1 Q - , , 1 " ' l AA -J f X . W., h if , L.. Y' ,V if 1 . A t 1 1 ' ' 1 , 4 I E , .,,q3 . . -' ' If , 'E , -.' f ' ! 5 l , I 5' , es! 7 x 5,-. - J ' . Football napshots Ei. 1.-'og'-- 1 , .-kk . Q-Sala H .., '. , , - 1102-1 r f , J bffff fr ,A , gM:Ng Q 'x I- , 4- Q ,Ki W ,sv V . 'lurk 'Mft ?"'7"'?. 4' el V 'L V' . " 4 I l Former T. R. football coach, John Ray, is guest of h0rlOr at the banquet. Q. I XZ: it 1 3 J' "mu .1s,,, 4 A . 'I' Drck Wells warms up for a bxg game. -xx " 8 sn -fo.-,f ".'e:3 as la: 2 an ...fs J The team at the football banquet given by the Rotary Club at Armstrong Hull. Fra-slum-n Footlmll Team ,-w"" Tommy Monroe. foobull mascot. poses like a pro. 1 I .gf i f l e Homecoming Queen i October 19, 1956 V.: an : -ez QA? ,Qt J? XXX wi: 5 Veronica Dimmick, Kathryn Reed, and Priscilla Barkalow K. 74 "' ride proudly past the spectators stand. 5 Y t Student Senate President, Ted Todd, crowns the happy ueen Priscilla Barkalow 55 T t Z:- " I b Y V I, 1 4 ,3 , 3 , Y T i l ."7, iz 'q I V .a :js A V - 4 ., Y MMA-AV g it q , Homecoming is an exciting event, not only for the alumni and students, but, most of all, for the high school girls. The students elect five girls by secret ballot to comprise the Queen's court. The girl with the highest number of votes reigns as Queen for the evening. The tension increases until halftime when the pretty Queen is crowned. as Q fx, A ,. Q!! XJ .A ,,,,,,,,,, t A .aff ft Q- Chauffeured by Mike Blalock, Penny Frincke and Connie H Reed circle the field. Reserve Basketball The Three Rlvers Wnldklts completed a successful season wmmng mne out of sxxteen contests The WlldklIS were once agam under the dnrectxon of Coach Thompson The Lxttle Cats started out the season very cold and lost the fxrst four contests to Coldwater Adnan Marshall and E Lansmg respectlvely The deslre to wm became apparent when the Wnldkxts met Sturgis TR rolled over Sturgls and defeated the next seven opponents ln the follow mg order Alblon Lakeview non conference The Wlldklts then received th short end of an overtzme game to Sturgis Dowagxac avenged an earlier defeat by the Wlldkrts by compllmg 73 pomts agamst 60 for TR Another overtime proved detrimental to the Wlldklts as thev lost to Lakeview 36 to 33 The Reserves closed out the re ular season with a very lmpressrve vlctory over Marshall bv a 50 to 27 score At the end of the regular season the followm boys were moved up to the Varsrty squrd tor tournament play Dave Klmgel Dick Wells and Gary Austm Dowagrac Coldwater Adrlan E Lansing and Albion Three Three Three Three Three Three 'I hree Three Rivers Rivers Rivers Rivers Rivers Rivers Rlvers Rivers Coldwater Adrian Marshall E Lansmg SIUTQIS Albron Lakevlew Dowaglac 35 Fzrst Row Larry Briggs Davrd Klmgel Dave Ga.lmet Second Row Robert Thompson Ronald Oye Rnchard Stanley Penzotu Drck Fornareslo Gary Austm Wells Raymond Comeau Jerry Ruggles Duck Smagala Mike Concannon Jack .lacobowltz SCORES Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Rlvers Rlvers Rivers Rivers Rivers Rrvers Rlvers Rrvers Coldwater 3 Adnan 3 E Lansmv 2 Albion 3 Sturgis 4 Dowaglac 7 Lakevlew 36 Marshall 27 j , , . 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' 40 ' 51 - 7 ' 40 5' 30 ' 38 -' l . 47 . 35 . 60 Q, 3 - - Q 40 ' 38 1 33 Thrs year the Three Rivers Varsrty Basketball qumtet surely had their ups and downs The Wild cats under the superb coachmg of Ed Johnson completed the 56 57 season wxth a total of seven very lmpressnve vrctorres agamst ten set backs The Cats started red hot by defeatmg Cold water 68 to 53 Makmg the long trlp to Adrlan the Johnson men lost out rn the fmal mmutes by a 61 to 51 score Stlll unable to make a come back TR received the short end of a 56 to 55 score at Marshall Next the Cats met a strong East Lansing squad and were defeated 58 to 48 The Wildcats second victory was a very 1m VHPSIT Basketball Here the Cats faltered and they lost three stralght to Alblon Lakevrew and non conference Dowaglac respectlvely Wlns over Coldwater and Adnan put the cats on the wmnmg sxde agam only to be beaten by East Lansing and Alblon Next came Sturgis and the Cats d1d rt agam TR rolled to a 50 to 48 vxctory The Johnson men were then defeated by Dow glac and closed out the regular season with wms over Lakevrew and Marshall The Wildcats faced Sturgis m the Dlstlct Con test at Coldwater and for the frrst time ln SIX years were defeated pressrve wm over arch rlval Sturgns Fzrst Row Vnrgrl Elrschele Tom Gotschall Charles Second Rvw Coach Ed -7011115011 Ive Bracken Ge0fffCY Boeschenstem Roger Miracle Dave Pellegl-om 01m Hamilton Robert Dncken Bob Mitchell Duck Davns Jones Manager Coach Bob Thompson Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Rlvers Rlvers Rrvers Rrvers Rlvers Rlvers Rivers RIVCTS Rrvers Coldwater Adnan Marshall E Lansmg Sturgls Albron Lakevrew Dowagrac Coldwater 53 61 56 58 59 71 67 61 59 SCORES Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Three Rivers Rivers Rrvers Rlvers RIVCIS Rlvers Rrvers Rivers Adnan 51 E Lansmg 56 Albion 51 Sturgls 48 Dowaglac 67 Lakevlew 53 Marshall 57 Sturgls 73 O . 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'W 33 f as IAQ' Ba eball Under the able coachrng of Robert Thompson, the 1956 batsmen completed thelr season w1th two wms agamst seven setbacks TR began the season by whrppmg non conference Dowaglac 6 to 3 The Thompsonmen then traveled to Cold water only to recerve the cold end of a close game Coldwater won by a score of 6 to 4 The Cats, playmg on thelr home dramond, fell prey to a strong Battle Creek Lakevrew squad by the score of 5 to l The batsmen hxt the road agam and were the host to a tough East Lansmg mne The Cats proved too much for the battlmg Troyans and emerged the vrctor by a close score of 4 to 3 TR then traveled to Dowagrac only to drop a close one 6 to 5 In the next two games played wlth Sturgrs and Marshall the Cats recerved the worst two defeats of the season by 10 to 1 and l5 to 2 scores Makmg the long trrp from Adrran the Maple leafs defeated the Cats 7 to l TR concluded the season by dropplng a close one to Coldwater 6 to 4 Two games were not played because of ram Upon completron of the 56 season the players elected John Sanders as the most valuable player and Roger Wledenbeck as honorary captam The letter wmners were John Sanders Roger Wledenbeck Larry Quake Kerth Mohney Norm Schmldt Joe DaMore Jrm McCally Tom Reed Gordon Carpenter Ted Keene Duane Bradford Joe Brackett, Robert Drckens Jerry Ruggles, Drck Wells and the manager Carl Slocum K xx fr w-'iw Frrsr Ron Coach Robert Thompson Gordon Carpenter Joe Braclxett Dick Wells Roger Wredenbeck John Sanders Jrm McCally Ted Keene Joe DAmore Frrtz Duclxen Norm Schmrdt Three Three Three Three Three Rnvers Rlvers Rrvers Rivers Rivers Dowagtac Coldwater Battle Creek E Lansrng DOW3gldC Q' be Second Ron Carl Slocum John Borger Dale Neely Dave Galmet Jerry Ruggles Duane Bradford Stan Penzottr Kerth Mohney Tom Reed John Settle Paul Tobey Drclx Davls Three Rrvers Sturgrs Three Rrvers Marshall Three Rlvers Adnan Three Rrvers 4 Coldwater 6 I. . . p 9 - - f ' 9 - . . . . 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' s Y N 3 vs-.,. , .1 . . .J '- 'Yaff - - ' : .f .1- ,,'..n' 't 4 ,I ' "-'1-.V 4' 'Q rw-54 q,,'j,-. 4, .' ,-,1.-ri. - 4 av- h . V . w,,,1,W,LL. , ' , ' - ' Y: v Q v 4 4 ' y , I A .Y ! 7 3 V 9 5 ' , ' Q s s g v . , ' , , . Track The 1956 Wildcat Cindermen wound up a not- too-successful season with one win in one dual meet and three seconds in four triangular meets. The Cats started off the season with a triangular meet at Coldwater with Albion present. Cold- water feeling right at home came out the victor with 53 5 6 points. Albion followed close be- hind with 50 and TR took the basement with 33 1X6 points. The Cindermen next traveled to Niles for another triangular meet with their host and our arch-rival Sturgis. The strong Niles team proved to be too much for their visitors and defeated them with 75 lf2 points. TR grabbed off a second with 32 1X2 and Sturgis followed with 29 points, On the home track the Cats played host to Vicksburg and Dowagiac Once again the hustlers could do no better than second receiving 53 points against Dowagiacs 59 1X2 Weak Vicks burg tallied 14 1X2 points Traveling to Marshall l the victory-thirsty Cats won their only meet of the season by defeating Marshall 61 to 47. The final meet of the season proved to be the most thrilling. In a triangular at Armstrong Field Lakexiew emerged victorious with 46 1f2 points followed very close by TR with 46 1,13 and Sturgis with 44 1 f"6. The Cindermen captured fourth place in the conference meet with 25 points, and a fifth place at the Regional with 17 1.72 points. Jerry Evans set a new regional record for the low hurdles covering the distance in 21.1 seconds. Evans and the medley relay team CEvans Mitchell Jones and Jacksonj represented TR at the state meet and neither scored, The Wildcats receiving letters were Jerry Evans captain Jim Jackson Charles Bo schen stein March Durren Ron Henschel Ray Comeau Bob Mitchell Olin Jones and Jim Mohney manager First Row Jim Mohney March Durren Chick Boe schenstein Jerry Evans B111 Burns Ray Comeau Bob Mitchell SCORES Three Rivers 33 1X6 Coldwater 53 576 Albion Three Rivers 32 1f2 Niles 75 lf2 Sturgis 29 Three Rivers 53 Dowaglac 691f2 Vicksburg 14 1X2 Second Ron Coach Norm Harris Eugene Brundige Ted Todd Marion Waters Virgil Eirschele Ronnie Henschel Dan Kramb Olin Jones Coach Walter Jones Three Rivers 61 Marshall Three Rivers 46 1X3 Lakeview 46 1X2 Sturgis 44 1 X 6 Conference 25 Points 4th place Regional 17 1X2 Points 5th place a s , f 7 V f 9 s 1 X 3 f C 1 1 7 7 7 5 . . . . V . 1 . . . . Q - . 7 1 a V , a 1 s - ' a 9 1 - 1 s ' . A l , . 1 1 V" 1 - ' ' I Q v s , , , J . v ' 9 I 9 ' X ' 47 . , . , . , l - Coach Walt Schooley s course travelers finished the 1956 season with a total of 6 victories against 4 defeats The Cats started off the season by traveling to Dowagiac and whipped the Chieftatns 8 to 4 Whlle still on the road the Cats received their first defeat of the season at Battle Creek by a score of 363 to 365 Meeting the same team on our local fairway the Cats took revenge by de feating the Spartans 341 to 398 Feeling right at home at Sauganash the locals whipped non conference Cassopolis 4 to 0 but dropped the next match to DOW3gl8C 368 to 370 0 to 370 Staying in the Kalamazoo district the Cats faced a very tough State High team and were defeated 311 to 335 Meeting Portage the Cats once agam defeated their foe 348 to 448 Closing out the season the Cats whipped Cassopolis 7M to W At the conference meet Three Rivers placed a very close second with 334 strokes The Cats then went on to take a second rn the Regional meet and placed fifth at the State meet Letters winners were Tom Gotschall Mike Comar Mike Lemense Gary Austin and Dave Travelmg to Portage the course travelers once agam became victorious by defeating Portage 331 Three Three Three Three Three .ov-Q Roberts Rivers Rivers Rivers Rivers Rivers Mike LeMense Dave Roberts Gary Austin Mike Carrier Tom Gotschall Mike Comar 70 Dowagiac Lakeview Lakeview C assopolis Dowagiac SCORES Three Three Three Three Three Conference 3 34 Regional State 361 Rivers Rivers Rivers Rivers Rivers '2 Portage State High State High Portage Cassopolis 4 Tenni The Wildcat netters completed their 1956 schedule with not too impressive a record. The season record showed one victory against seven defeats. Although this could not be considered a successful season in the winning department, Coach Dorothy Murrell tutored several under- classmen, and next year the netters should have a brighter season. The Cats opened the season by receiving their worst defeat at the hands of Dowagiac by a score of 7 to 0. TR then played host to Cold- water, Dowagiac, Portage, and Vicksburg, each time going down in defeat but showing a steady improvement The netters then traveled to Vicks burg to record their only win of the season by a score of 5 to 2. Next the Cats fell prey to Coldwater 6 to l, and closed out the regular season by dropping their final match to Portage 5 to 2. The Murrelmen placed sixth in the conference meet, and earned a very impressive third place in the regional at Kalamazoo. The squad's number one singles man, Roger Miracle, represented Three Rivers in the state meet. Letter winners for the "56" season were Roger Miracle, captain, Mike Blalock, Steve Bonfoey, Jim Stokoe Dave Pellegrom Charles Spencer Charles Marvin J D Martin Larry Hackenburg and Ronald Rosenbaum First Row Bill Hoshel Mike Blalock Roger Miracle HHCKCUUCFS Ed B1'00kS Chafles Mafvm Rgnme Rosenbaum Dave Pellegfom Jim Stokoe Third Row Allan Beal Dave Foerster Jeff Kerser Second Row Miss Murrell Jerry Herschleb Larry Charles SPCUCCF 135' Dee Mafflfl Phil Davis Three Rivers Dowagrac 7 Three Rivers Coldwater 6 Three Rivers Dowagiac 6 Three Rivers 2 Portage SCORES Three Rivers Vicksburg 4 Three Rivers Vicksburg 2 Three Rivers Coldwater 6 Three Rivers Portage 5 p L -L , - 0 . . 3 . . 1 . 5 . . 1 . . 1 ' 4 ' 2 Intramural IVTRANIURAL CHAMPIONS ,Q l!llBl lllllfllll lElllJ Fzrst Row Joe McDonald Joe DAmore Mxlte Manettx Jtm Bloom Stu Davns Intramural basketball ts provxded for those students who were not able to make the basket ball team so that they may enjoy a recreatlon opportumty to see If the partxcxpant can work wlth others Also It teaches sportsmanshtp as a player and as a spectator I 1 A nr ami Second Row Ron Facktor Terry Rxeff hm McCally Mtke LeMense Thrs year the Intramural basketball program under the dlrectlon of Mr Vorhees provlded competmon for about 80 students Every Wed In champlonshxp play Plerce defeated Cutler and Marlettl rolled over Stokoe to take the tltles INTRAMURAL RUNNERS UP hair kai' S F1rstRoM Ted Todd Jlm Stokoe Charles Marvm Second Ron Dave Wxenberg Phil Fife John Settle Terry Wenant I . g g 4 ' 1 ' N " D A lt .- I in In , X.. ,,4 J N if fl, .----1 S f '79 -N ' ' '- X , ""' F9 ' Iv 4 1. - ' 173 1 K 7 I -, .I T I H A l . activity. It is to teach team organization and an nesday night- the yarious teams went into action. 9 ' 1 I ' at 1 ll ' .I H K , I . . I N -, - - , X X fs, J: vx , I X 1 be I ff I r S I , . 'xl X I ' I - - xy X. 'I I . . . A V b ' if f - -L4 f A . . 6 I . F r I t . Cafeteria f -nd", Mrs Frmcke drscuues the weeks menu with Nlrs Fornareslo left and Mary Glessner rxght The Annual Staff of 1957 IS grateful to the Another real servxce to the hrgh school stu Cafeterxa personnel and the custodnans of our dents and teachers IS our hrgh school cafeteria high school bulldmg Thus year Mrs Wrnona Frmcke the Cafeterra supervlsor and her staff have planned menus prepared and served noon meals for approxl mately 215 students and teachers each noon We apprecxate the mdrspensable servlces whlch our custodxans perform dally of course, but we especlally recognxze the frlendly attntude they have shown ln helpmg us wrth our many actrvmes Many thanks to these people for thexr good Besides their regular tasks this year these men work' have put rn 465 lockers and mstalled an mtercom system rn our new burldmg Cu todlan 'GX F' A N, Eugene Schreiber Head Custodian looks over the ad F1rr!R0u Davrd Redmond Eugene Schrerber Clarence dmonal dutles of the janltorlal staff due to the increased Brtner and Earl Pursley Those ln the second row are work of the new burldmg The other custodrans are Steven Fntch Rnchard Berry and Ford Rogers as ,L V: I I , -, A ,. . 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