Traverse City High School - Pines Yearbook (Traverse City, MI)

 - Class of 1957

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All of this has been shown by his tireless efforts in the promotion of the building of new schools and our proposed high school. His hand of helpfulness has better prepared thousands of young people for the duties and pitfalls of life which they must face. As a very inadequate, but sincere attempt to express our gratitude to a man who has shown understanding of our youth and its problems, we the class of Nineteen Hundred Fifty-Seven of the Traverse City Central High School, dedicate this volume of The Pines to Doctor Glenn E. Loomis. 2 4,7 ? Xa Ky! yyjyf xXNXX My Q 2 f-5" 'z, fx Ohm' 072 X in V f fffWf yf W ,, Em W7 7 Board of Education Arnell G. Engstrom -------- - Pfeficient Douglas E. Linder - - Vice-Premiem Robert McCoy - - Secretary Bruce M. Graham ----- - Trearnrer Dr. Kneale M. Bronson Mrs. Marian P. Hammond Lester N. Biederman 'A' 'k 'k Glenn E. Loomis - - - Snperintenafenz of School! Harry T. Running - - - - - - Attorney for the Board i' 'A' if Traverse City Public Schools BOARDMAN OAK PARK WILLOW HILL UNION CENTRAL TRAVERSE HEIGHTS 4 GLENN E. LOOMIS, A.B., M.s., M.A., PH.D Olivet University of Michigan Superintendent of Sclooolr WILLIAM WOODROW NOVAK GEORGE R. ANDERSON GARLAND HOUSE Central Michigan, B.S. Michigan State Normal, A.B. Central Michigan, B,S. U. of Alabama, M.A. U. of Chicago, A.M. Michigan State University junio, High pyimqmg Principal of the High School 5 Bnfinefr Manager A 1 I I A. VERNON WILLIAMS Michigan State U., A.B. it U. of Michigan, M.A. English, Blade and Gold ELIZABETH MOREY U. of Michigan, B.A. Oberlin College Columbia U. Cambridge U., England Englrfh ARTHUR R. SCHUBERT Michigan State U., B.A. World Hifzor , Englirh RXJMM GLENNA MARIE KIEFER Eastern Michigan, B.S. Englrfh HELEN BURKHOLDER Central Michigan, B.S. Speech, English GERTRUDE QNKER Central Michigan, A.B. U. of Michigan, M.A. U. of Wisconsin Latin, French ELLABETH SMETHELLS Northern Michigan, B.A U. of Michigan C onnfelrng GERALDINE MAY PAGEL Hillsdale, A.B. U. of Michigan, M.A. English ROBERT L. HAMILTON U. of Illinois, B.S., M.A. Lincoln Englrrh, renting WYNN BADE Central Michigan, A.B. U. of Michigan Michigan State Englifh ' . X WWW ESTHER BEATY Anderson College, B.S. U. of Illinois U. of Indiana S peech, Dramatic! THOMAS S. LOWDEN Ohio State, B.S. Michigan State U. Central Michigan Farm Shop, Geography Grad. Work ALICE COLE Hillsdale, B.A. Englirla THOMAS LYNCH Central Niichigan, B.S. U. Of Michigan, M.A. H irtory WILLIAM GERARD Central Michigan, B.S. Michigan State U. Guidance, H irtory ROBERT BACON Alma, B.A. U. S. Hirzfory, Government MARTHA BOUGHEY Michigan State Normal, B.S. Rockford H ifiory JOHN GEIST U. of Minnesota, B.A., M.A. Civic: A he QV : - W if 7 , Q L I rf, WAN' sf, L, 'V , ,gn l , I if , ,nf 7 fm , ff f My 1 f N if Z ' T , f 951 f i ow f inf X, fi... .52 , Y . 'V 115'.:i,'-'Jw ,situ v A gmcfj f 4 'sw ' 'V Wmzr' My nn 3 ig www? fgjzwfaf V ,Q .5 rm.,-1 , f. v -ff' , jew f ,- ' Zwwziiiii i FAY KLISE Redlands, A.B. U. of Southern California U. of Mexico Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara Spnnirb I EDWARD SCHUKNECHT Central Michigan, A.B. U. of Wisconsin Engiifb and Driver Training BERNARD LYLE WILSON Central Michigan, B.S. Michigan State U. Government WALTER OBERLIN Western Michigan, A.B. U. of Michigan Columbia U. Engliyh, Governrnent, Sociology MARGARET WING U. of Wisconsin, B.A. Hiitory THOMAS FENNELL Western Michigan, B.A. Coast Guard Academy C ivicr JOHN GROOMES Alma, A.B. U. of Michigan Algebra, Geometry ELSIE A. LAUTNER Michigan State U., B.S. U. of Colorado Algebra THAREL T. KANITZ U. of Michigan, B.S. Arithmetic DUGALD HANEL MUNRO Western Michigan, A.B. Biology, Attendance BERNARD KIRK U. of California, B.S. Michigan State U., M.S. U. of Michigan Central Michigan Pbyf Biology affair EDMUND HOWARD I- .Eastern Michigan, B.S. Michigan State U., M.A. General Science LUCILLE CLAWSON Ferris Institute, B.S. Central Michigan U. of Michigan Commercial WILLIAM RAYMOND STIER Michigan State Normal, B.S. Central Michigan C ommefcial fam! RAYMOND HENRY OPLAND U. Of Michigan, B. Mus.M. Mus. Band DON SMITH Michigan State U., B.M Orcloertra MARY A. NELSON Central Michigan, B.S. Michigan State U. H omemakin g MARY ELLEN KRUPKA Alma College Valparaiso U., B.S. H omemaking MABEL ELLEN WADE, N ELLIE IRENE SMITH Central Michigan, B.S Davenport-McLachlan Institute U. of Wisconsin Commercial GERALDINE KINNEY Ball State Teachers, A B U. of Denver Commercial JAMES D. LEONARD Central Michigan, B.Mus Michigan State U., M.Mus Vocal Marlc Western Reserve U. Public Health School Name RUTH RAFF Eastern Michigan H omemaking DELORA MOON Western Michigan, B.S Central Michigan U. of Michigan Glflf' C oameling RN ARCHIE MCLEAN Mich. State Normal, B.S. U. of Michigan, M.A. Wayne U. Director of Vocational Ecl. HERBERT JUSTIN OLSON Michigan State U., A.B. U. of Michigan, M.A. Central Michigan C o-operative Training EDWARD BAILEY Wayne, B.S. Detroit Tech. Machine Shop JAMES BAKER Central Michigan, B.S. Ferris Institute Michigan State U. Wood Shop ALETHEIA C. BROWN Michigan Normal Oberlin N. Y. School of Design Art IRVING OSWALT MENZEL West Va. State, B.S., A.B. Phyfical Eafiicafion ROBERT JOHNSON Bowling Green U., M.A U. of Michigan Vifizing Teacher WILBUR C. MCMATH Mich. State U., B.S., M.S Central Michigan A griciiltiire JAMES RICHARD OOLEY Stout Inst., B.S. Prinlin g CLYDE GRAICHEN Western Michigan Eastern Michigan Michigan State U. U. of Michigan Mechanical Drawing ROBERT HOXSIE Central Michigan, B.S. Washington U. U. of New York Arr and Science MARY JANE DRAPER U. of Wisconsin, B.S. Ohio State U., M.A. Phyfical Ecliicczion PEARL FAIST Central Michigan, B.S. George Peabody, M.A. U. of Denver Senior High Librarian ALLEN LOCKMAN Central Michigan, B.S. U. of Colorado Driver Training, Aviation DAVID R. MURRAY II U. of Michigan, B.A. Engliyh DALE BEERY Michigan State U., M.A., B.S. Englifh VERNE HAWES Central Michigan, B.S. Driver Training, Arithmetic LUCILLE G. SCHOWENGERDT Central Michigan, B.S. U. of Michigan Jzinior High Lihrarian DAVID KRUPKA Michigan State U., B.S. Biology C. PHILIP KRULL Wittenberg College, A.B. Central Michigan U. of Michigan U. of Arizona, M.A. C herniizry, C oiinieling WILLIAM SHAW Michigan State Normal, M.A U. of Michigan, A.B. Englifh MISS RUTH MCADAMS S eoretnry to the S nperintend ent MRS. IDA TOMPKINS Bookkeeper MRS. JOANNE PIKE Bookkeeper MRS. JOYCE FREEMAN Senior High Office MISS CAROL HALL Vocational Office MISS MARILYN LYON Receptionift MRS. DELCIA LUTZ Child Acconntnnt MRS. VIOLA EMERSON Jnnior High Office MRS. NANCY OOLEY Senior High Ojice Left to right: Bob Warner, Bev Johnson, Judy Sears, Judy Bender, Bob Bellfy, Sherry McKian, Grant Bannen, Bob Amon, Bill Springer, Lee Ehman, George Olman, Dr. Loomis, Leo Arthur, Kathy Kinch, Tony Dolan, Carl Rittman. Abrent when picture war taken: Sally Steed. Superintendent's Council At the head of our school government is the Superintendenfs Council. This Council is made up of elected members from organizations and clubs in the school. The president of each class also attends these meetings. The Council holds their meetings in the Superintendenfs office every two weeks. Governor Bill Springer is chairman of these meetings, while Sally Steed takes the minutes. The Superintendenfs Council does its best to improve the school and solve any problems which the school may have. 13 Governor Bill Springer calls the Student ernor Bill are, Grant Bannen, Vice-Governor, and Front row, left to right: Nick DeYoung, Brian Klumpp, Lee Ehman, Sue Gregory, Bev Johnson, Jackie Smith. Seconil row: Gov. Bill Springer, Don Ferris, Bob McCall, Mary Wagamon, lone Southworth, Joanie Fisher, Judy Herkner. Thircl row: Mr. Novak, Paul Brownson, Dick Williams, Jerry Springer, Judy Sears, Cyrilene Grover, Connie Coddington, Darla Modd. Foiirlh row: Glen Gerard, Cliff Brunk, Rita Trager, Barb Baldwin, Janice Roman, Mary Helen Edick, Mary Norton. Ahrent when picture war when: Bob Amon, Lee Arthur, Grant Ban- nen, Dick Bezile, Roy Gilmore, Tom Grelick, John McGuEin, Barb Swan, Gordon Wilcox, Jane Wilkinson, Sherri Wellsey. Principal William N owh if .rhown with Governor Bill Springer looking over one of the hillhoizrclr which haf jnft heen erectecl hy the Slnilent Conncil. Senior High Student Council Council meeting to order every Tuesday morning at eight o'clock. This Council is made up of students elected from their first hour classes in addition to the Senior, junior, and Sophomore Class Officers. Presiding over the meeting along with Gov- Sue Gregory, who is Secretary and Treasurer. At these meetings the students talk over prob- lems concerning the school. Each year they select a project that will better the school. This year the Council is erecting billboards at each main entrance, which will list the various sport activities for the school. Ax f X W K f f f f xz fi' 7 f Left to riglat: Mr. Gerard, Lee Ehman, Barbara Swan, Cyrilene Grover, Glen Gerard, Mr. Wilson. Preficlent Vice-Preficlent S ecremry Treafmfer C lam Aclviy on Class of 1957 CLASS OFFICERS - - - - Lee Ehrnan - Glen Gerard - - - - Cyrilene Grover - - - - Barbara Swan Mr. William Gerard, Mr. Bernard Wilson Clan Flower: Gardenia Clary C olorf: Red and white Clary Morto: Tonight we launchg when do we anchor? 16 NANEY JANE AENIS College Prep Transferred from Central Lake Choir 3, 4 Bowling 4 Future Nurses 3 FLOSSIE MAY ALLEN Commercial Transferred from Kalkaska Glee Club 1, Z Co-Op 4 F. H. A. 4 JANET REGINA ANDERSON College Prep Transferred from Elk Rapids Band 1, 2 Choir 1 Orchestra 2 Bible Club 4 jets Club 4 junior Red Cross 4 Pep Club 3, 4 Pines 4 Ski Club 4 Travel Club 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 Formal Committee 3, 4 STEPHEN O. ARNOLD College Prep Transferred from Denver Football 3, 4 Intramural 3 Baseball 2 Band 1 Black Sc Gold 3, 4 Hi-Y 4 Rifle Club 2 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Varsity Club 4 Formal Committee 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 NANCY BEA AXTELL College Prep Choir 1, 2, 4 Madrigals 2 Pep Club 3 Pines Staff 4 , Colo. FRANCES KAY BAKER College Prep Bowling 3 Black Bc Gold junior Red Cross 1 Latin Club 2 Modern Dance 1, 2 Pep Club 1, 2, 3 Ski Club 4 Travel Club 4 Watchbird 1 Junior Play 3 Formal Committee Bo-Gi Council 2 GRANT ROGER BANNEN College Prep Vice Governor Sophomore Class President Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Intramural 3 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Watchbird 1 Black 8: Gold 2, 3, 4 Black 8: Gold Editor 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 Bo-Gi Council 1 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Superintendenfs Council 2,4 ESTHER BANNON Commercial Bowling 4 Pep Club 2, 3 ROBERT KEITH BARLEY Commercial Bowling 1, 3, 4 Co-Op 4 ALLEN T. BARR Commercial Transferred from St. Francis Golf 4 ROBERT JOSEPH BELLFY College Prep Football 1, 2 Intramural 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 3 Play Committee 3 Superintendenfs Counc JAMES BENDER Agriculture F. F. A. 2, 3, 4 JUDITH LYNN BENDER Commercial Transferred from Saginaw Arthur Hill Bowling 2, 3 Choir 2 Co-op 4 Pep Club 3, 4 Travel Club 4 Superintendenfs Counci DARRYL F. BENDICKSON Ceneml Intramural l Band l, 2, 3 Pep Band 2, 3 Machine Shop Club 2, Pep Club 4 NEWELL F, BENTLEY, JR College Prep Transferred from Flint Football l, 2 Basketball l Track l, 2, 3, 4 Pines Staff 4 Spanish Club l, 2 Varsity Club 3, 4 RICHARD THOMAS BEZILE College Prep Football 1, 2, 3, 4 All Conference Football All State Football Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 All Conference Basketball Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club Student Council 1, 4 LYNN BLISS General Intramural 1, Z, 3, 4 BARBARA JEAN BOHRER Commercial Black 8: Gold 4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Pines Staff 4 Spanish Club 2 Watchbird 1 Formal Committee 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 BRIAN RONALD BOJE Transferred from Queenls College, Africa Jets Club 4 Ski Club 4 Bo-Gi Council 4 JAMES L. BOND General Intramural 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 C. A. P. 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 3, 4 f Q ,X ,, .9 95? gy i l HARRIET M. BOSSINGHAM Commercial Bowling 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 1, 2 Spanish Club 1 BEVERELY BRADFORD Commercial Bowling 2, 3 Spanish Club 1, 2 JOHN WALTER BREMER College Prep Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Madrigals 2 Operetta 1 Latin Club 1 SANDRA RAE BRIGHT C ommereial Choir 1, 2 Glee Club 1 Co-Op Club 4 GERALD L. BROAD College Prep Football 1 ROBERT JAMES BROAD General E. A. A. 1, 2, 5, 4 Machine Shop 3, 4 RICHARD DEAN BROVONT College Prep Football 1, 2, 5, 4 All Conference Football Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 All Conference Basketball Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2 Red Cross 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Varsity Club 3, 4 KAY JOANN BROWN College Prep Bowling 3 Orchestra 1, 2, 3 Bible Club 3, 4 Future Teachers 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3 Spanish Club 1, 2 ROBERT BROWN General CLIFFORD E. BRUNK, College Prep Football 1 Intramural 1, 2, 3 Bible Club 3, 4 Geology Club 3 Hi-Y 4 Jets Club 3, 4 ELAINE BUNEK Commercial Choir 2 Glee Club 1 BOBBY D. BURDINIE Commercial Track 3 Band 1 Co-op Club Hi-Y 4 DONNA JEAN BURT College Prep Future Teachers 4 Junior Red Cross 1 Pep Club 1, 2, 3 Travel Club 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Watchbird 1 National Honor Society DENNIS MICHAEL BUSH General Transferred from Detroit Co-op Machine Shop CATHERINE BUSHONG College Prep Orchestra 1, 2 Black 8a Gold 2 junior Red Cross 1 Latin Club 1 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Pines Staff 4 Formal Committee 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 JEFFREY WILLIAM College Prep Transferred from Manistee Intramural 4 Hi-Y 4 Jets Club 4 Ski Club 4 National Honor Society 4 RONALD LESLIE CALLARD General Intramural 1, 2, 3 MARY KAYE CAMPBELL Commercial Travel Club 3 BEVERELY ANN CARPENTER College Prep Choir 1, 2 Opetetta 1 Black 8: Gold 2 Latin Club 2 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club Council 3 Pines Staff 3 Travel Club 4 Watchbitd 1 Formal Committee 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 Student Council 1 MARSHALL JAMES CARR College Prep Ski Team 1, 2, 3, 4 jets Club 4 Spanish Club 1 Junior Class Play 3 Formal Committee 3, 4 '41, .4 ,Q MARILEE CARROLL College Prep Black 84 Gold Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club Council 4 Ski Club 3, 4 Watchbird 1 Formal Committee 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 ROYCE A. CARTER General Football 1, 2 Intramural 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 3, 4 Machine Shop 3 ROY L. CHALLENDER General Football 2, 4 F. F. A. 1 Machine Shop 3, 4 EUGENE JOSEPH CHAREST College Prep Black :Sc Gold 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Sportsman Club 1 KENNETH J. CHEESEMAN College Prep Football 1, 2 Basketball 1, Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Choir 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1 Operetta 2 Jets Club 4 Varsity Club 2 LEON LEROY CHILSON Ceriertzl Intramural 1. 2. 5. 4 Machine Shop I 1 SANDRA JEAN CLENE College Prep Choir 2 Glee Club 1 Black 8: Gold 2 Pep Club l. 2. 5. 4 Pep Club Council 2 Pep Club Treasurer 3. 4 Pines Staff 1, 2. 5. 4 Ski Club 4 W'atchbird l Formal Committee 5. 4 Play Committee 5. 4 DONNA JEAN COATES C o m nz ercial Bowling 4 Band I, 2, 5 Bible Club 3, -i Pep Club 1, 2, 5 Travel Club 4 PATRICIA L. CODDINGTON General Transferred from Springneld. Oregon Formal Committee CAREN ALIEEN COLBY College Prep Bowling 5, 4 Glee Club 1 F. H. A. 4 G. A. A. 2, 3, -I Pep Club 1, 2 Spanish Club 1 KENNETH F. COOLEDGE College Prep Band 1 F. F. A. 2, 5, 4 Spanish Club 1 Sportsmans Club 2 G. WILLIAM CORE College Prep Football 1, 2, 5, 4 Basketball 1 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 5, 4 JOAN PORTER COWELL College Prep Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 Ski Team 1, 2 Choir 1. 2 Operetta 1 Black Sc Gold 3, 4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club Council 3, 4 Pines 4 Ski Club 1, 2, 5, 4 Formal Committee 5, 4 Play Committee 5, 4 National Honor Societx ANTHONY DALE CRAIN College Prep Jr. High Governor Bowling Z, 3 Choir 1 Dance Band 5, 4 Madrigals 4 Chess Club Geology Club 3 Hi-Y Spanish Club Exchange Student 5 Student Council 1, 5 Superintendents Council 1 ARNOLD R. CRAXVFORD, JR C 0 211 m ercial Transferred from Muskegee, Oklahoma CAROL JEAN DAILEY College Prep F. H. A. 1, 2 Latin Club 2 THOMAS STEVEN DAVIS College Prep Bowling l Geology Club 3 Latin Club l Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Play Committee 3 DAVID DAY General JACK LOWRIE DEAN College Prep Football 3 Intramural l, 2, 3, Band 1, 2 F, F. A. l, 2, 3, 4 -v TONI DOLAN College Prep Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club l Madrigals 1, 2, 4 Spanish Club 1 Travel Club 4 Watchbird l Bo-Gi Council Superintendenfs Co Freshman Queen CAROLINE ANITA DRAPER C o m merrlal Glee Club l Co-op 3 G. A. A. 2 Spanish Club l JENIFER W. DREW College Prep Bowling 3, 4 Black 8: Gold 4 F. H. A. l, 3 G. A. A. 1 Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 2, 3 Travel Club 4 Jr. Play 3 Formal Committee 3, WILLOW JOYCE EALY General Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Co-Op 3 Modern Dance Z, 4 Spanish Club l, 2 CONSTANCE LEE EATON General Glee Club l, 2 Bible Club 2, 3, 4 -Ir. Red Cross 4 GAIL E. EATON General Bowling l, 2, 3 Glee Club l F, H. A. l Pep Club 2 Travel Club 4 LEE HARLOW EHMAN College Prep Junior Class Vice-President Senior Class President Football 5, 4 Track 1, 2, 5 Band 1, 2 Bo-Gi Council 5 National Honor Society 5 Student Council 5, 4 Superintendenfs Council 4 OLAF ELVING College Prep Transferred from Ornskoldsvik, Sweden Intramural 4 Jets Club 4 Ski Club 4 Sportsmans Club 4 RAYMOND OSCAR EMERICK College Prep Bowling 5, 4 Band 1, 2, 5, 4 Geology Club 3 Spanish Club 1, 2 ROBERT ALAN EWLNG College Prep Football 2 Track 1, 2 Bowling 3, 4 Hi-Y 4 PHILLIP JAMES FEIGER College Prep Intramural 3 Track 5, 4 Conservation Club l, 2 Geology Club 3 Riflle Club 1, 2 Spanish Club 1 JAMES H. FEIKER College Prep Intramural l, 2, 4 Golf 4 Choir 1, 2 Operetta 2 Conservation Club 5 Hi-Y 4 Ski Club 4 ROBERTA K. FREEBORN Commercial Glee Club 1, 2 Co-op 4 MICKEY FREEMAN College Prep Pep Club 3, 4 Travel Club 4 EDWIN J. FULLER Commercial Football 2 Choir 2 Glee Club 1 Co-op 4 SUSAN ANN GARVIN Commercial F. H. A. 1 Spanish Club 2 Travel Club 3 TERRY ANTHONY GEER College Prep Transferred from Lansing Football 3 Intramural 3, 4 Track 3, 4 GLEN K. GERARD College Prep Sophomore Class Treasurer Senior Class vice-President Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Choir 2 Glee Club 1 Spanish Club 1, 2 Varsity Club 3, 4 Pines 4 Warchbird l Bo-Gi Council Student Council National Honor Society 3 Wolverine Boys State MARY JANE GILDARSKI Commercial Student Council 4 CAROL RUTH GOODLAND Commercial Student Council 4 ROBERTA ANN GORDON Commercial Debate 2 Pep Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 R , l RICHARD N. GRAICHEN Commercial Machine Shop 3 Ski Club l, 4 ELDON GRANT General Machine Shop 2, 3 CAROLE LYNN GRAY College Prep Glee Club 1 Black 8: Gold 2, 3, Dramatics 3 Latin Club 2 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 3, 4 Travel Club 3 Formal Committee, Play Committee 3, Quill 8: Scroll D. WILLIAM GRAY, JR College Prep Football 1, 2, 4 Intramural 1, 2 Track 1, 2, 4 Ski Team 1, 2, 3, Operetta 1, 2 Bo-Gi Council 3 SAWYER GREENE General 4 SUZANNE GREGORY College Prep Bowling 1, 2 Ski Team 2, 3 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Red Cross 2 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Travel Club 4 Watchbird 1 Class Play Committee Formal Committee Student Council 4 THOMAS F. GREILICK College Prep Football 1 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 3, 4 Co-op Club 4 Student Council 4 CYRILENE K. GROVER College Prep jr. Class Secretary Senior Class Secretary Dramatics 2 Modern Dance 3, 4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Travel Club Secretary Formal Committees Student Council 3, 4 SUE ANN HAASE College Prep Choir 2, 4 Glee Club 1 Madrigals 4 Black 8: Gold 4 Dramatics 3 Latin Club 1, 2 Modern Dance 1, 4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Watchbird Class Committee Formal Committee Football Queen MARY F. HALL Commercial G. A. A. 3, 4 Red Cross 2, 3 Travel Club 3, 4 Watchbird 4 4 CAROLYN RUTH HANNA College Prep Choir 2, 3 Glee Club 1 Bible Club 2, 3 Co-op Club 4 Forensics 3 Future Nurses Club MARLAINE E. HANRATH College Prep Bowling 1, Z, 3 Glee Club 1 Black 8: Gold 3 CO-op 3, 4 Future Teachers 1, 2 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club GAYLORD G. HARIO College Prep Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Intramural 3, 4 Varsity Club 4 JOHN 1. HARVEY Commereial Bowling 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 4 Chess Club 2 Machine Shop 3 Hi-Y 4 F. F. A. l BYRON O. HASELTON Transferred from Rockford High Football 1 Intramural 1 Baseball 4 Co-op 4 ,IOHN HARMON HEATER College Prep Bowling 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Dance Band Z, 5, 4 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4 .IOSEPHINE ANN HELFERICH Commercial Band LAURENE HERKNER Commercial MARY CHARLENE HOADLEY College Prep Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 5 G. A. A. 1, 2 Spanish Club 1 Travel Club 4 DAVID RICHARD HOPPE College Prep Transferred from Davenport, Hi-Y 4 JOHN WALTER HORN General Machine Shop Club l SUSAN ANN HOUSE College Prep and Commercial Band 1, 2, 5 Latin Club 2 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 1, 2, 5, 4 jr. Class Play Girls State Representative EMILY GAIL HOWELL College Prep Bowling 4 Band 1, 2, 3 Dramatics 4 French Club 2 Modern Dance 4 Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 4 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Travel Club 4 Watchbird 1 Formal Committee 5 SHIRLEY MAE HUGHES Commercial Choir 2 Glee Club 1 CO-op 4 Jr. Red Cross 1 F. F. A. 1 Travel Club 1 DOUGLAS DAVID HUME General Football 1 Intramural 1 Dramarics 4 Machine Shop 2, 3 Ski Club 4 National Honor Society 5, 4 3 BONNIE GRACE HUNT C 0 771 m erfial Bible Club 4 Watchbird 1 JUDITH ANN JAMIESON College Prep Bowling 4 Black Sc Gold 2 Jr. Red Cross 1 Latin Club 2 Modern Dance 1, 2 Pep Club 1, 2, 5 Pines 4 Travel Club 4 Formal Committee, 5, Play Committee 5, 4 Student Council 2 BEVERLY ANN JOHNSON College Prep Choir 2, 5, 4 Glee Club 1 Madrigals 4 Black 8: Gold 5 Pe Club 1 2 5 p , , , 4 Pep Club Council 5 Pines Staff 5, 4 Pines Editor 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Travel Club 5, 4 Formal Committee 5, 4 4 Play Committee 5, Bo-Gi Council 5 Student Council 4 Superintendenfs Council 4 JEAN JEANETTE JOHNSON College Prep Choir 2 Glee Club 1 Pep Club 4 Travel Club 4 RONALD JOHNSON Commercial Football 1, 2, 5, 4 Intramural 1, 2, 5, Baseball 5, 4 Varsity Club 4 GARY DOUGLAS KEENE College Prep Football 1, 2, 5, 4 Intramural 1, 2 Track 5, 4 Varsity Club 5, 4 JUDY KAY KIBLINGER College Prep Junior Class Treasurer Choir 2 Glee Club 1 Black 8: Gold 4 Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 4 Pines 2, 5, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Ski Club 4 Travel Club 4 Watchbird 1 Formal Committee 5, 4 Play Committee 5, 4 Student Council 1, 5 Jo ANN KIEFABER Commercial Transferred from Lancaster, O Latin Club 2 Pep Club 2, 5 CATHERINE SARAH KINCH College Prep Black 8: Gold 2, 5, 4 Black 8: Gold Editor 4 Challenger 5, 4 Debate 2 F. H. A. 1 Future Teachers 4 G, A. A. 1, 2 Pep Club 5, 4 Pines 5, 4 Spanish Club 1 Junior Class Play Formal Committee 5, 4 Superintendenfs Council 4 Quill Sc Scroll 5, 4 HOWARD WAYNE KISER College Prep Transferred from Ferndale, Mich Bible Club 4 BEVERLY JEAN KORB Commercial Pep Club 4 Travel Club 4 MARILYN M. KROUPA College Prep Bowling 5, 4 Choir 2, 5, 4 Glee Club 1 Bible Club 4 F. H. A. 2 Future Teachers 5. 4 Spanish Club l. 2 PATRICIA JOANN KROUPA General Glee Club l, 5 F. H. A. 4 Travel Club 4 ,fl I, , QT il -x 3 FRANCES KAY LAHYM College Prep Freshman Class Treasurer Ski Team 5 Choir 2 Glee Club 1 Modern Dance 5 Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 4 Pines 5, 4 Ski Club 2, 5, 4 Spanish Club 1 Freshman Cheerleader Reserve Cheerleader Student Council 1 National Honor Soc. 5, 4 Quill 8: Scroll 5, 4 ARLENE MYRTLE LAPARR General Glee Club 5 ,Rf JANETTE ROSALEE LARDIE Commercial Co-op 4 Pep Club 1 LARRY LEE LAUTNER General Intramural 5 Co-op 4 F. F. A. l, Z Machine Shop 2, 5, 4 SHIRLEY ANN LAUTNER Commercial Co-op 4 Spanish Club 2 Travel Club 5 RICHARD j. LEMCOOL General Intramural 2, 5 Orchestra 1, 2 Machine Shop 4 Spanish Club l CAROLYN CATHERINE LEWIS College Prep Co-op 4 Future Teachers Z Spanish Club 2, 3 Watchbird 1 DUANE W. Lewis General Machine Shop 5. 4 SALLIE ANN Liswrs Com mertial Transferred from jacksonville, Florida Travel Club 4 EMILY Lou LICHTY General Bowling 1, 2 Future Teachers 2. 3 Pep Club 1 2 , , 3, 4 Pep Club Council 4 Pines 5, 4 Spanish Club 1 Junior Class Play Formal Committee 5, 4 Bo-Gi Council 2, 5 Lois LINDERLEAF Commercial Transferred from Mishawaka, Ind. LORRAINE CARRIE LONGCORE College Prep Dramatics 5 F. H. A. 1, 2 Jr. Red Cross l Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Watchbird 1 Junior Class Play JAMES LUINSTRA General ROBERT LEROY MCCALL College Prep Intramural 1 Ski Team 5, 4 Bowling 1, 2 Glee Club 1 Ski Club 5, 4 Varsity Club 5, 4 Student Council 3 JOHN B. MCGUFFIN College Prep Football 1, 2, 5, 4 Intramural 1 Ski Team 1, 2, 5, 4 Choir 2 Glee Club 1 Operetta 2 Pines 4 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 4 Formal Committee Play Committee 3, 4 Student Council 4 SHARON M. MCKIAN College Prep Choir 1, 2 Black 8: Gold Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club Council 4 Pep Club President 4 Pines 4 Ski Club 1, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Formal Committee 5, 4 Play Committee 5, 4 Freshman Cheerleader Reserve Cheerleader Superinrendenfs Council 4 MARK B. MCKINLEX' College Prep Football 2 Intramural 2 Band 1, 2, 5, 4 Orchestra 2, 5 Spanish Club 1, 2 BARBARA JOAN MCKINNON l College Prep 1 Choir l, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics 2 Moclern Dance 1, Z, 3, 4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Pines 4 Ski Club 4 Watchbird 1 EVELYN CAROLE MCMANEMY General Choir 2, 3 Glee Club 1 Modern Dance 2 Pep Club 1, Z, 5, 4 Ski Club 3, 4 VIRGINIA LEE MCQUEER Commercial Co-op 4 F. H. A. l Travel Club 3 RICHARD F. MCWATTERS General Football I, 3 Track 3 Co-op 4 EDWARD MANN College Prep Football 1, 2, 4 Basketball 1, Intramural 3, 4 Track 3, 4 Glee Club 1 Latin Club Z Ski Club 2, 3, Varsity Club LELAND ELROY MARSH College Prep Intramural 1, 2 Track 3 Bible Club 4 PATRICIA ANN MARTIN Commercial ERNEST JAY MASON College Prep Transferred from Pontiac Bowling 4 Hi-Y Club 4 Ski Club 4 PATRICIA MATRY Commercial Transferred from Detroit Co-op 4 Jr. Recl Cross 3 JANET LOUISE MERCHANT Commercial Bowling 3, 4 Glee Club 1 CO-op 4 , Pep Club l, 2 Travel Club 3, 4 Spanish Club 1 ROBERT L. MEYER College Prep Intramural 1 Tennis 3, 4 Debate 2, 4 Jets Club 3, 4 Geology Club 3 Ski Club 2, 3 Spanish Club 2, 3 Sportsman Club 1, 2 ROBERT MAX MIELKE Agriculture MARILYN KAY MILLER General Orchestra 1, 2 Black 81 Gold 3 Dramatics 2 Pep Club 1, 2, 3 Pines 4 Ski Club 4 Travel Club 3 DON ERNEST MINOR College Prep THOMAS O. MODD General Band 1 MAXWELL D. MONROE College Prep Football l, 2 Spanish Club 1, 2 Sportsman Club 1, 2 JOSEPH FRANK MOREY Commercial Track 1 C. A. P. 1, 2, 3, 4 GARY THOMAS MORGAN College Prep Football 2 Intramural 1 Golf 1, 2 Ski Club 1, 2 Spanish Club 1 junior Class Play KARI KATHERINE MORSE College Prep Future Nurses 3 Spanish Club 1 MAUREEN MUMMEY Commercial Bowling 1, 2 Co-op 3 F. H, A. 2 G. A. A. 2 Watchbird 1 Bo-Gi Council 4 MARTHA LYNN NEEDHAM "lr College Prep Choir 2 Glee Club 1 Black 6: Gold 3 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club Council 3 Pep Club Vice-President 4 Spanish Club 1 Ski Club 4 Watchbird SUSAN EMILY NEILIAN College Prep Black Sc Gold 2, 3 Debate 2 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 2 Travel Club 4 Formal Committee 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 DENNIS MAX NOTEWARE College Prep Football 2 Basketball 1 Intramural 2, 3 Track 2 Bowling 3 Sportsrnans Club 2, 3 THEODORA KAY NOVAK Commercial Glee Club 1 MICHAEL L. GBERMEIER College Prep Black 8: Gold 3 Chess Club 2 Geology Club 3 PATRICIA ANN OHRENBERGER College Prep Bowling 1, 2 Dramatics 3 Pep ciub 1, 2, 5 4 Jr. Red Cross 3 Ski Club 1, 4 Spanish Club 1, Travel Club 4 Formal Committee Junior Class Play JOHN OIEN General GEORGE JOHN OLMAN College Prep Freshman Class President Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Varsity Club 2, 3 4 Bo-Gi Council 4 Student Council 1 3 National Honor Society 3 4 Superintendentls Council 1 4 Jr. Rotarian JERRY L. OSTLUND Commercial Band 1, 2 Co-op 4 Spanish Club 1 LEROY RUSSELL OSTLUND College Prep Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramural 1, 2, Baseball 3, 4 Bowling 2, 3, 4 F.F.A.1,2,3,4 Ski Club 2 Spanish Club 1 M JAMES PALMER College Prep Intramural 1, 2 Golf 2, 3, 4 Ski Team 3, 4 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 3, 4 RONALD EDWIN PARKER General Intramural 1, 2, 3 Track 3 Bowling 3, 4 Formal Committee 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 JOANNE MARIE PECK College Prep Bowling 3 Black 8: Gold 3, 4 Challenger 2 F. H. A. 1 Pep Club 4 Ski Club 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Travel Club 4 Formal Committee 3, 4 Bo-Gi Council 4 Student Council 4 ROBERT JOHN PENROSE College Prep Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramural 1 Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2 Varsity Club 3, 4 Student Council 2 MARILYNN GAIL POSTEMA College Prep Transferred from Portsmouth, Ohio Bowling 2 Bible Club 3 Future Teachers 3, 4 Jr. Red Cross 3 Pep Club 3 Spanish Club 2 Travel Club 4 Bo-Gi Council MICKEY C. POWELL General Transferred from Elizabeth City North Carolina KENNA JEAN RANEY Commercial Glee Club 1 Pep Club 1, 2 Jr. Red Cross 2 Spanish Club 1, 2 Travel Club 3, 4 Bo-Gi Council 3 CLARE ALLEN RAY College Prep Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 Intramural 2, 3 Track 1, 3 Band 1 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 3, 4 Student Council 4 Superintendenfs Council 4 CAROL BAKER REED College Prep Freshman Class Secretary Black 8: Gold 2 Latin Club 2 Modern Dance 1, 2 3 4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Travel Club 4 Watchbird 1 Junior Class Play Formal Committee 3 4 Student Council 1, 2 Exchange Student 2 NYAMA F. REED Commercial Glee Club 1, 2 Bible Club 3, 4 F. H. A. 1 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, BARBARA JEAN REID College Prep Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Travel Club 4 Student Council 5 MAXINE ANTONETTE RHODES Commercial Co-op 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 BETTY JANE SADA RICHARD General Pep Club 1, 2, 4 JOYCE DARLENE RITOLA General Co-op 4 JOHN FRANCIS RITTER General Intramural 1 , 2 f HOWARD IRVING RITTMAN College Prep Transferred from Saginaw Hi-Y Club 4 Ski Club 4 J JANICE G. ROMAN College Prep Bowling 2, 3, 4 Band l, 2, 3 Orchestra 2, 5 Bible Club 3 Future Teachers 3, 4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3 G. A. A. 1, 2 Spanish Club l, 2 Travel Club 4 Student Council 4 RITA M. ROSENBERG Commercial Spanish Club 1 CHARLES R. ROUND College Prep Pines 3, 4 ski Club 3, 4 LEONARD ROUSH General F. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4 Machine Shop 3, 4 DOUGLAS F. SALENSKY General Football 2 Bowling 4 Choir 2 Glee Club 1 Opererta 2 Aviation 4 Formal Committee 3, 4 JULIE ANNE SALTPSON College Prep Junior Class Play KAY SAWYER General Bowling 4 Co-op 4 DIANE SCHMLDT Commercial Band 1, 2, 3 Black 8: Gold 2, Future Teachers Modern Dance 1 Pep Club 1, 2, 3,31 Jr. Red Cross 1 French Club 1, 2 Watchbird Editor 1 JUDITH ANN SEARS Commercial Glee Club 1 Black 6: Gold 3 Dramarics 2 Latin Club 2 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Travel Club 4 Formal Committee 3, 4 Pla' Committee 3 4 5 . , Student Council 2, 3, 4 Superintendenfs Counci Quill X Scroll National Honor Society Roi' SETLLEMYRE College Prep WILMA LEE SHELDON College Prep F. H. A. 1 G. A. A. 2, 3 Pep Club 1, 2, 3 Ir. Red Cross 3 Spanish Club 2 Travel Club 3 Student Council 3 Superintendenfs Counci ELIZABETH ANN SHIELD College Prep Bowling 2, 3 Ski Team 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 5, 4 Glee Club 1 G. A. A. 1, 2 Ir. Red Cross 1 Pep Club 1, 2, 3 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 Travel Club 3, 4 Vyatchbird 1 Formal Committee 3, 4 Student Council 2 FRANK XAVIER SHUMSKY College Prep Hi-Y 4 Geology 3 -lets Club 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 4 STAN SHUMSKY College Prep Football 1, 2, 5, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 3, 4 ILA MAE LOUISE SNEDEN Commercial ALBERT L. SNYDER General Bowling 1, Z, 3, 4 Golf 5, 4 Varsity Club 4 JOHN PRENTISS SOMER College Prep F. F. A. 1, 2, 3 WILLIAM D. SPRINGER College Prep School Governor Junior Class President Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 5, 4 Tennis 2 Spanish Club Varsity Club l, 2, 5, 4 Student Council Superintendenfs Council 4 National Honor Society Boys State Representative SONDRA STATON College Prep Transferred from Lebanon, Ind. Black 8: Gold 3, 4 Future Teachers 4 G. A. A. 5 Modern Dance 4 Pep Club 3, 4 Travel Club 4 Formal Committee 3, 4 HERBERT LAVON STEED College Prep Spanish Club SALLY ANN STEED College Prep Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Maclrigals 2, 3 Operetta 1 Latin Club 1 Superintendent's Coun National Honor Society MARLYN STEFFES Commercial Bowling 4 Band 3, 4 Orchestra 4 Jr. Red Cross 4 Travel Club 3, 4 RONALD LEE STRAIT College Prep Intramural 3 Spanish Club 1, 2 JOYCE ANN STRANG Commercial Co-op 4 Pep Club 3 TERRY DENNIS STUCK ' College Prep Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 Intramural 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Varsity Club 2, 4 BARBARA ELAINE STULTS College Prep Transferred from Flat Rock High Pep Club 4 Ski Club 4 Travel Club 4 MARY KATHERINE SULLIVAN Commercial Glee Club 1 Bible Club 4 IRWIN LEROY SUTTER College Prep Intramural 1, 2, 3 E. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 4 Rifle Club 3, 4 BARBARA JEAN SWAN Commercial Senior Class Treasurer Future Nurses 2 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club Council 2 Ski Club 3, 4 Spanish Club 2 Watchbird 1 Formal Committee 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 Student Council 4 HELEN MARIE T HAYER Commercial JOYCE VAN DE BOGART Commercial Orchestra 1, 2 CO-op 3, 4 KAY VANEPPS Commercial Bowling 1, 2, 3 Modern Dance 1 Pep Club 1, 2, 3 Travel Club 4 Watchbird 1 GEORGE VASBINDER College Prep Football 3 Intramural 1, 2, 3 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Dance Band 2, 3, 4 CHARLES GORDON VINING General Orchestra 1, 2 GEORGE T ERENCE WALES College Prep Football 1, 2, 4 Basketball 1, 3, 4 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Varsity Club 3, 4 Formal Committee 3, 4 Bo-Gi Council National Honor Society jo ANN M,REE WALKER College Prep Bible Club 3 G. A. A. 3 Pep Club 1, 2, 4 jr. Red Cross 3, 4 Travel Club 4 JUDITH EYRE WALTON College Prep Choir 1 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club Council 3, 4 Pines Staff 3, 4 Frosh Cheerleader Reserve Cheerleader Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4 Formal Committee 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 National Honor Society Wolverine Girls State Representative D. A. R. Representative JANET LEE WHEELOCK College Prep Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Madrigals 4 Operetta 1 F. H. A. 1 Future Nurses Dramatics 3 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club Council 4 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 GORDON W. WILCOX College Prep Bowling 2 Band 1, 2, 3 Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Black 8: Gold 4 Debate 2, 4 Jets Club 2, 3 Student Council 4 Superintendenfs Council if RICHARD WILLIAMS College Prep Football 1, 2 Intramural 1, 2 Tennis 3, 4 Tumbling Team 2 Black 8: Gold 2, 3 Geology Club 3 Hi-Y 4 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 4 Student Council CAROL FAY WILSON College Prep Bowling Latin Club 2 Modern Dance 1 Pep Club 1, 2 Jr. Red Cross 2 HELEN ELIZABETH WILSON College Prep Co-op 4 Future Nurses Latin Club 2 National Honor Society 4 BO-Gi Council 4 CAROL ECKHARDT WOOD College Prep Band French Club Latin Club Pep Club 1, 2, 3 Play Committee 3 DAVID ALLEN WOOD College Prep Football 1 Basketball 2, 3 Intramural 1 ILA MAE WOODROW' General Bowling 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1 G. A. A. 4 Pep Club 1, 2 Travel Club 3, 4 Warchbird 1 Stuclent Council 2 MARX' GWEN WRIGHT College Prep Choir 2 Glee Club 1 Black K Gold 2 Latin Club 2 Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 4 Ski Club 5, 4 Watchbird l Formal Committee 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 QD 5 W MADELYN .WYATr Commercial Spanish Club l, 2 i fy . ll 2 in , 1, X x MARILYN WYATI College Prep Latin Club 2 Jr. Red Cross 2 EVERETT H. YOUKER General Band 1 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Machine Shop 3 e I eggs: 1 5353. X XXX X XXRX XY A X A 5- 5? X x X GEORGE T ERENCE WALES College Prep Football 1, 2, 4 Basketball 1, 3, 4 Tennis 1, 2, 5, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Varsity Club 5, 4 Formal Committee 5, 4 Bo-Gi Council National Honor Society jo ANN M'REE WALKER College Prep Bible Club 5 G. A. A. 5 Pep Club 1, 2, 4 Jr. Red Cross 5, 4 Travel Club 4 JUDITH EYRE WALTON College Prep Choir 1 Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 4 Pep Club Council 5, 4 Pines Staff 5, 4 Frosh Cheerleader Reserve Cheerleader Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4 Formal Committee 5, 4 Play Committee 5, 4 National Honor Society Wolverine Girls State Representative D. A. R. Representative JANET LEE WHEELOCK College Prep Choir 1, 2, 5, 4 Madrigals 4 Operetta 1 F. H. A. 1 Future Nurses Dramatics 5 Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 4 Pep Club Council 4 Ski Club 2, 5, 4 GORDON W. WILCOX College Prep Bowling 2 Band 1, 2, 5 Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 1, 2, 5, 4 Black 8: Gold 4 Debate 2, 4 Jets Club 2, 5 Student Council 4 Superintendenfs Council RICHARD V. WILLIAMS College Prep Football 1, 2 Intramural 1, 2 Tennis 5, 4 Tumbling Team 2 Black 8t Gold 2, 5 Geology Club 3 Hi-Y 4 Ski Club 2, 5, 4 Varsity Club 4 Student Council CAROL FAY WILSON College Prep Bowling Latin Club 2 Modern Dance 1 Pep Club 1, 2 Jr. Red Cross 2 HELEN ELIZABETH WILSON College Prep Co-op 4 Future Nurses Latin Club 2 National Honor Society 4 Bo-Gi Council 4 CAROL ECKHARDT WOOD College Prep Band French Club Latin Club Pep Club 1, 2, 5 Play Committee 5 DAVID ALLEN WOOD College Prep Football 1 Basketball 2, 3 Intramural 1 ILA MAE WOODROW I General Bowling 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1 G. A. A. 4 Pep Club l, 2 Travel Club 3, 4 Watchbird 1 Student Council 2 MARY GWEN WRIGHT College Prep Choir 2 Glee Club 1 Black 8 Gold 2 Latin Club 2 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 3, 4 Watchbird l Formal Committee 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 N19 Ol MADELYN WYATI Comm ereial Spanish Club 1, 2 I ll It alll llmll Il MARILYN WYATT College Prep Latin Club 2 Jr. Red Cross 2 EVERETT H. YOUKER General Band 1 F. 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Z4 f Shirley Worm Barbara Wyatt 209' fff fo' ff ff W , f I f -fy l "- ,,, , W, M N' Rst 'Z 2 , Winn U 4 - 473' ' f af fy' 0 V ' iX.' f P V 1 5-As-7214 ,V f ,7 17 W ' 4 f fv f If as fy e 5 f A9 4 Joseph Baker Judith Bolser Pictures Not Available Leo DeFer Joyce Eitniear Wesley Emert Gary Hlauka Eugene Kadrovach Eugene Lautner James Fusha Leon Leach Carol Gertz Leroy Lewis Gary Greenman Lawrence Ludka Jane Happy Connie Martin William Mills William Mlujeak Lance Neuman Duane Newstead James Perrin Roy Purvis Charles Reed James Ritter James Rowe Barry Ryon Gerald Shaffron Pat Shannon Norman Shaw Tom Stafford David Wylie Sharon Youker Elton Steinbach Robert Stone Zeno Tharp Randy Wales Danielle Wyskochil Terry Yagle Randy Young Larry Zoulek JUNIOR BALLOT - T956-57 Instructions: To vote o stroight potty ticket, mork ci cross in the circle of the top ot The bcillot. To vote C1 split ticket, mork crosses in the boxes preceding the ccindidotes ot your choice. Vote for One. Blue Jeans Hound Dog Ivy League,-5 P R E S I D E N T Q John Watson Q Bob Amon lj Jim KIQSS VICE-PRESIDENT Q Jon Lehnhcirdt Q leon Menmuir E Brign Klumpp S E C R E T A R Y Q Meredith Roftshol Q Shoron Wilsey Q Connie Mgrfin T R E A S U R E R Q Muriel Hunt Q Dcirlci Modd E Mary Norton GOVERNOR CLASS ADVISORS Q Bob Penrose Q Mr. Bocon Q Bill Springer Q Mr. Lynch ' Q Gront Bonnen Q Mr. Oberlin Q Mr. Ooley 50 ,M X.,.X,x..-w..gAQ.v-.-A-wr--L1W-' Scenef from the fzmior cfzzzczzf 51 Left to right: Jerry Springer, Leo Arthur, Jane Wilkinson, Rita Trager, Miss Esther Beary. Abram when picture war taken: Mr. Phillip Krull. Pferidenf Vice-Prericient Secretary Treawrer Clary Advirom The Class of 1959 Q25 52 Miss Esther Beary, Leo Arthur jerry Springer jane Wilkinson Rita Trager Mr. Phillip Krull Darrell Albrecht Robert Anderson Judy Arthur Leo Arthur Linda Ashby Sara Bacon Derwin Bailey Richard Bain Kenneth Bannen Judy Bannon Patsy Barner Dorothy Bates Florence Bayne Sharon Baynton Bonnie Beckwith Don Bellaw Vivian Bellfy Sharon Bickle Charles Billadeau Larry Billadeau Beverly Birkrnan Glenn Blow Richard Bolek Greg Boothroyd Janice Boysen Mary Braden Darleen Breithaupt Robert Breithaupt Rolene Brock Patsy Brown Sandra Brown Melvin Browning Paul Brownson Carolyn Bugai lra Bunek Gary Burkholder Cecelia Burnett Marie Campbell Helen Canfield Alan Carlson Jeffery Carpenter John Carroll Roger Carroll Ford Carter Karla Case Shirley Challender Ann Marie Chilson Kay Chimoskey Y We . K , 5, , 21 2 W JQ Va a JJ J sees . ' ' J. 2 2 ' 9 Q 1 ' T ,t'. 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R Q 'Spf ef J E In E 4 C L 44 , ,i ' L 54 Wdliams Clement Louise Clune Connie Coddington Sheldon Cole Julia Colgrove Ronald Cook Juanita Cox Marilyn Cox Elisa Davey Sharon Day Dean Scott Gilberta Dechow Susan DeHaan Gordon Derks Edward Dewar Lyle Deyoung Roger Dickenson Emil Dolan Harry Dorman Betty Dreves Diane Dumbrille Bruce Dunn Gloria Ealy John Eaton Sandra Ebbage Donna Egan Jeannette Ehman Theresa Eisner Carl Ellston Lynn Enyard Joan Erickson Dan Exo Nancy Feiker Joni Fisher Sandra Fowler Marilyn Franklin Bill Gallihugh Terry Garn Pat Garvin Marla Ghea Roy Gilmore Pat Gorcyca Carol Grant Judy Grant Barbara Gray Calvin Gray Wdliam Greene Darlene Greiner Robert Griffin Onalee Guger Ruth Hall Sue Halladay Sandra Hanell Edward Hanna Laurita Harris Mike Harris Janice Hart Rosella Harvey 'Ernest Hautala Karen Hawkins lylarilyn Hawkins Liarilee Hazzard Marilyn Heaslip Wihimn Heidbreder Patricia Helfrich Larry Helrnick Judy Hendges Annetta Hendrickson Judy Herkner Beverely Hessern Nancy Hiatt W7illiarn Hicks Kathleen Hill Pere Hilty Betty Hoch Aleeta Hollister Darlene Hornan Barbara Hopkins Kay Horn Steve Howard Sandra Hubbell Francis Hughes Roberta Hunt Donald Huston Don Jaquish Dick Jennett Jerry Jerome Mary Johnson Judy Kadrovach Howard Keller Theodore Kernpton Andy Kingdom Diane Kirsch Judy Knapp Marilyn Kroetsch Tom Kroupa x c me r X re AFI' X.. ct Q cs 5 X ... 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X X - XX 4 " 5 ii X XXX g f XV 4 i l X1yXfgXg an 56 Harold Laird Howard Lake Gary Lambert Reg Lancaster Beverly Lautner Herbert Lemcool Rosemary Lemcool Geraldine Lepisto jerry Lewis Lois Lewis Douglas Linder Dorothy Lindsay John Linnerson Sharon Logsdon john Luft Brian Luhre Charles Luhrs Douglas Lutz Thomas Lyon Sharon McCall Mary Jane McCool jack McCoy Marlene McCuen Brian McGregor Douglas McGregor Judy McKinley Don MCQueer Ivan McSawby William Mann jean Mannor James Martin William Martinek Suzanne Martinson Deanne Mathews Linda Mathison jean Mazurek Lucy Mericle Rosa Miller Sharon Miller Gertrude Montague Carolyn Moran Karen Morrison Robert Moyer KayAnn Nash Cindy Neihardt Robert Nelson Sandi Nelson Jay Neuman Karen Nicholson Gerald Norris Loreen Norris Richard Oatly Monty Oliver Donald Parker Carl Parsons Ann Paynter Sara Perkett Marilyn Perla julie Perrin Wilfred Peters Donald Philo Mary Ann Plank Robert Podleski Barbara Porter Mae Radtke Linda Ray Denny Reamer Yvette Rice Bevealy Richard Jerry Ritter janet Rogers Donald Rohdy Carolyn Roosa jim Royal Ben Rufli Charles Samuelson Julie Sattler Marvin Schavey Mary Schildroth Karen Schmidt Paul Schneider Ruth Schneider Florence Schroeter Elizabeth Secor William Selkirk Lee Sheffer Marlene Sheldon Judy Sipperley Barbara Skinner Jerry Slaby Barbara Sleder Richard Sleder Charles Smith Debbie Smith Karen Smith janet Snelling - 1 we '4 r. 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' 'R , as-5 :W fs? -mf Fi fl l Q Q Q fr , , aaa' X53 if WN 58 r fx 3 X 'i if xx I Roberta Snyder Bonnie Somer lone Southworth Maxine Spoor jerry Springer Don Stainforth Robert Stamrn Karlyn Staton Ronald Steele Carolyn Stephan Bette Sterchi Judy Steusel Charles Stowe Evelyn Stowe Judy Stowe Max Strickland Mary Struble Sharon Sullivan Joe Terhune Marylou Thayer Peggy Thiel Gary Thomas Judy Toerper Mike Tousley Noreen Towne Rita Trager Thorna Tucker Darlene Urnlor jack Underwood Mary Wagarnon Phillip Wakefield Terin Wales Frances Walters Becky Walton Wendy Wardell Brenda Wares Paul Wardvn'ell Elliott Weitz Terry W'ells jerry Wlestlund Shelba Wethy Elsie W'heelock Sharon White Diane Whiteford Keith Wlilkins Jane Wilkinson Carol Winowiski Barbara Wolcott xx X xxx X Robert Woodrov' at X Q U Sheila Wyfatt L X L B B a , 3 . ' i aa Q r L x Arlene W ckoft a L fhh r g as B " t Y ' C Y at ya a Bs re tw. . N, Aw s-. Q Barbara Wyaaag as L R X L Q Melinda Wyrsong g a if px K- R D " ' xaaa X aa l ' ta to L 5 X as ti H3 'H S ,- R AAA' Se Virginia Yon N Deanna Zeits M g AL G5. Lynn Buchan Jonas Cheesernan David Christopher Donald Claycomb Garry Curtiss Paul Darling Elgin Durga Larry Ealy Jacqueline Fort John Gallagher Pictures Not Available Barbara Harding Norman Heater Patricia Henderson Ralph Hines Bonnie Hoch Phillip Hubbell Mickey Joynt Everett Lautner Paul Lemcool Larry Maidens Vernon Martin John Miller Tom Moran Carl Norcross Allen Pertner Edward Kratochvil David Lassa Marvel Phillips Robert Sanborn Ronald Schneider Torn Skudlarick Lonnie Snilf James Steinebach Fred Thorburn Martin Tompkins Joe Trnka Charles Vogue Linda Wilber SOPHOMORE BALLOT - 1956-57 Instructions: To vote ci straight porty ticket, rnork ci cross in the circle of the top of the bollot. To vote split ticket, rncirk crosses in the boxes preceding the condidcites ot your choice. Vote tor One. Ccinnonbollers Corvets Hub-Cots People's Choice P R E 5 l D E N T 1 Leo Arthur 1 Doug Linder lj Poul Brovvnson i Lee Sheiter VICE-PRESIDENT T- Jerry Springer L- Lyle DeYoung E Bob Woodrow : Glen Blow S E C R E T A R Y 1 .lone Wilkinson 1 Brendo Wdres lj Dorothy Lindsoy 1 Betty Dreyes T R E A S U R E R 1 Ivlork Jone McCool -T Lucy Mericle E Rite Trciger Soro Perkett GOVERNOR CLAVSS ADVISORS CVote for Onej Note for Twoj lj Bill Springer E Mrs. Smethells EI Gront Bonnen E Miss Beoty lj Bob Penrose lj Mr. Krull lj Mr. Kirk C1 59 Q1-f Left to right: Mr. John Geist, Governor Robert Warner, Carl Rittman, Robert Longcore, George McCarty, Liz House. Abrenl when pielure um taken: Mr. Thomas Fermell. Govemof' Prefidevzt - Vice-Preficient S e crermfy T1'eafzn'er - C Zan Aciviforf The Class of 1960 L5?,j 60 Robert Warner Carl Rittman Robert Lougcore George McCarty - Liz House Mr. John Geist, Mr. Thomas Fexmell Ted Adarns Eileen Anderson Connie Anger Nancy Antoine Scott Arnold Sue Arnoldt Nancy Badgero Barton Bailey Bonnie Baker Roverta Barnes Robert Basch Frances Beaubien Marlene Bell Marvin Bendickson Robert Bester Douglas Bickle Robin Bisel Susan Bloch jack Blonshine Ted Bloomquist Martha Bohaboy Helen Bohlk Ann Bolek Janet Bonn james Bonner Gerald Boone Mary Bossingharn Clifford Boyd Craig Braden Ronald Brawn Darry Breithaupt Mary Ellen Brigman Dorothy Broad Shirley Broad Robert Brock Torn Brodhagen Brenda Brovont Mary Brow Margaret Brown Terry Bryant John Budinski David Budnik Bonnie Bugai Marjorie Burdinie Sue Burns Virginia Byars Marilyn Callard Janice Campbell ., in I 2 , - ,' wi 7 I V ff aw . Q iic 4 X, yt... ,. f li' eota Q ,,g1.t. t af: ,Q 2 2 V 'N 3' i.,. Amy . 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Sharon VanBrocklin X i Edward Vanlylaren Judith Wahl Bob Warner Dan Weaver Mary Weber Mike Weiglein Helen Whaley Howard Wheelock Edwina White Patsy Wiggins Sue Wiggins Willard Wilcox ix X S? 1 . t , wx E 1 R ft .. t S t t tr X5 A - A4 Q , Q Q F t 1 f 'XX Xx . t x a 5 W iw. if Q e g , 4 - ,w i P W aty 5 PW aaecetet W p , y S t to X. QW X X ' 4 Q ' ,Haj ff :il Pictures Not Available Patricia Clark Harry Fleese Larry Penland Faye Compton Marcie Lindstrom Carol Peters Garfield Davidson john Lowry David Ritchey Sharon Dean James Luper jay Zoulek Dave Eriksen Sandra Wilder Kay Wilhelm Carol Williams Fitch Williams Wayne Wilsey Beverly Wilson Donna Wing Sara Wolcott joseph Wollam Mary Wuerth Janice Wylie Darlene Yagle Ted Ziolkowski FRESHMAN BALLOT - 1956-57 PRESIDENT Vote for One SECRETARY Poul Klein i George McCorTy Cori Riftmon - Helen Sgwyef I Motion Swon 3 Edwino White CE'PRE5lDENT -BeverlyWiIson Roverfo Bornes Roberf Longcore Lucindo Srovve T R E A S U R E R i Elizobeth House i Shoron Roftshol 68 is . if 3 ,V .sf " 1, X' f, Head Coach Irv Menzel. Left to figlal: john Geist, Edward Schuknecht, James Ooley, Robert Bacon, Walter Thompson, Edmund Howard. This page is in sincere appreciation of our superb ROBERT BACON -Football Line Coach, four years. coaching staff, who have coached the Trojan team to three WALTER THOMPSON -Junior Varsity Football, four championships for the 1956-1957 season. Track and base- years. ball took the Conference and Regional championship while the girls' ski team took a State championship. All of their wins are due to one or more of the following coaches' efforts: JOHN GEIST-Football, rwo years. EDWARD SCHUKNECHT-Head Football Coach, two years, IV. Basketball, six years. JAMES OOLEY-FOOIb3ll and Track, four years. EDMUND HOWARD-Freshman Football, twelve years. THAREL KANITZ-Baseball, fifteen years. RICHARD FRANK-Track, seven years. ARTHUR SQHUBERT-Ski Team, one year. WALTER OBERLIN-Freshman Football, five years. IRVING MENZEL-Athletic Director and Head Basket- ball Coach, twenty-four years. 70 L iv., Frou! rouz' John McGuifin, Gary Beck, Ed Mann, Glen Gerard, Dick Bezile, Steve Arnold, lim Beebe, Lee Ehman, Stan Shurnsky, Bill Core. Sefoud rout Joe Eppinga, Roy Challender, Ron Johnson, Bob Penrose, George Olman, Clare Ray, Gaylord Harig, Gary Keene, Bill Springer, Dick Brovont. Third rout Ted Green, Gene Kadrovach, Joe Maurer, Howard Badgero, Russ Kirk, Bill Patrick. jim Perrin, john Watson, Jerry Tompkins, Grant Bannen. Fourfb rozza' Bob Amon, Bill Darling, Jim Storrs, Mike Chance, Jerry Nelson, Milton Smith, Line Coach Bob Bacon and Head Coach Ed Schuknecht. Varsity Football Traverse City, with its 5-3-1 record. went through the season with more than its share of injuries. The Trojans posted wins over Petoskey, Grand Rapids, Ottawa Hills. and Bay City Handy, dropping three all-important games against Alpena and Midland. and Flint Central with its two-platoon system. The only tie came in the opener against Grand Rapids Central. Coaches Ed Schuknecht and Bob Bacon were sure of one thing this year-that the seniors would carry the burden. for the most part. with Beziles spearheading attack both ways. Traverse City placed boys both on the offensive and defensive teams of the All Conference football selections. Bezile got the honor of both offensive and defensive halfback. also making second team halfback in the All-State selections. Roy Youker, playing but one and one-half conference games. also made both the offensive and defensive conference teams. On offense Roy played tackleg on defense he played end. Dick Brovont, whose punting kept Traverse City out of many a tight spot, was named to the All Conference defensive team as halfback. George Olman, a three-year veteran. and Gary Keene were given honorable mention. These boys are all seniors and will be missed greatly. Bezile was honored with Central's most valuable player trophy. VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES Opponent Traverse City Opponent Traverse City G. R. Central - - 7 Central - 7 G. R. Ottawa Hills - 7 Central - 13 P. Northmen - - 20 Central - 58 Bay City Handy - - 7 Central - 15 A. Wildcats - - 14 Central - O Fliflf Cffflfrll - - 43 Central - 12 M. Chem - - 46 Central - 21 144 71 j , Front 1'0'L0.' Coach Jim Ooley, Don Parker, Harry Dor- man, John Eaton, Ed Dewar, Larry Ealy, Bob Moyer Coach Walter Thompson. Second roux' Jerry Ritter, Dick Bain, Bob Woodrow' Leo Arthur, Terry Barn, Ford Carter, Ken Bannen: Roy Gilmore, Mike Harris. Third row: Jerry Jerome, Chuck Samuelson, Monty 9 S tc xl 1 ' Oliver, Dick Oatley, Bob Sanborn, Mike Tousley, Bob Anderson, Doug Linder, Dan Exo. Fourth row: Bill Mann, Steve Howard, Dick Sleader, Jim Martin, Ron Steel, Pete Hilty, Jack McCoy, Ron Foote, Calvin Gray, Ernest Hautala. Fifth row: Glen Blow, Emil Dolan, Lee Sheffer, Allan Perkner, Vernon Martian, Howard Keller, Jerry Springer, Mgr. Elliott Weitz. J. V. Football Coaches Ooley and Thompson had what they felt was a very successful season with a 5-l-0 record. The games were important to the coaches, as they got to see how the boys worked as a unit. CThey improved some each gamej The coaches played as many players as possible to let more boys get experience. Front row: Bob Breithaupt, Bill G. King, Mac McCarty, Doug Bickle, Pete Strom, Paul Klein, Ted Bloom- quist, Marv Bendickson, Wayne Willsey, Jerry Steinback. Second row: Coach John Geist, Stewart Corpe, Dick Merchant, Bob Olson, Charles Moorman, Tom Brod- hagen, Dale Reimer, Carl Rittman, Dave Ritchey, Ken Seeley, Dave Budnik. Third row: Steve Kantz, Bob Longcore, Jim Lynch, John Hall, jim Darbyshire, Mickey Fivenson, Dave Pink, Pierre DuVall, Bob Stehower, Coach Walter Oberlin. Freshmen The Littlest Trojans posted the best record in this football season with a 6-0-1 record for the flags of Black and Gold. john Geist and Walter Oberlin were proud of the fact that they had a very well balanced team. Many boys have improved greatly this year and are expected to make the big jump to varsity next year. ff 4' W My ff E it 4, ,Q ,gif wha ,ae- f ., . , " - ff.: 3,1 ,,, .V V ,, ' f - , ,, Ja,-'...of , .. ' M . , Front row: Ronnie Kucera, Terry Bruge, Larry Cum- mings, john Nelson, Dennis Ripley, jim Anderson, Jeff Langford, Mike Merrill, George Boehm, Bob Adler. Second row: Joe Dupries, Bob Kucera, Wayne Burrows, Harry Newman, Bill Fifarek, Jack Carpenter, Darry . W - 'ff . .. Milarch, Bub Zue, Tracy Bannon, Ken Lemcool, Dick Swan, Terry Sanborn. Third row: Bob Rothermel, john Olson, Jim Haase, Dennis Kantz, Douglas Throop, john Thompson, Leonard Emert, John Beall, John Sommerville, Bill Hanson, Coach Edmund Howard. Eighth Grade Coaches Ed Howard and Tom Pennell tried what they thought best for the boys out for eighth- grade football, as the team does not participate in games against other schools. To keep the boys out, intersquad football teams were set up. Proving very successful for the boys and the coaches, this plan will be carried out in future years. EZWW . ' ' 1 "" The Trojam at practice in the fall of 1956. 74 Pint row. left to right: Dick Brovont, Tom Greilick, Glen Gerard, Dick Bezile, Roy Youker, Bill Springer. Second rouz' Manager George Wales, Bill Patrick, John Carroll, Ron Morrill, Ted Green, Fred Drulard, Gary Eikey, Jim Perrin, Bob Woodrowr, Coach lrv Menzel. Varsity Basketball Team The Trojan basketball team of 1957 is con- sidered one of the greatest teams Traverse City has ever seen, winding up the '57 season with a brilliant 17-3 record, copping the Arrowhead Conference title for the third time in five years. and going undefeated for the second time in conference play. In tournament play, the Trojans defeated Bay City Central, Midland, and Saginaw High, to win the Midland Class A Regional Championship. Muskegon Heights stopped the Trojans in the quarter finals. Although Traverse trailed by only one point at the half, Muskegon over-powered the Trojans in the second half to win 79-52. Brovont led the Trojan scoring with a total of 315 points for the season, an average of 15.8 points per game. Springer led the team in freethrows with an average of 71522. The Trojans, as a team, averaged 66 points per game, to 52 points for the opposition. Players shared the captains duties during the season. This teamwork, and no friction among the members contributed to the successful season of the Trojans of 1957! T. C. TROJANS BASKETBALL RECORD Trojans Opponents Trojans Opponents T. C. - 58 Grand Rapids Union - - 55 T. C. - 61 Bay City Handy - - - S8 T. C. - 63 Muskegon - - - - 49 T. C. - S4 Alpena - - - - 61 T. C. - 61 Grand Rapids South - - 54 T. C. - 74 Cadillac - - - - 53 T. C. - 67 Petoskey .,,, - 49 T. C. - 76 Bay City Handy - - - 48 T. C. - 58 Negaunee - - - - 62 T. C. - 65 Midland ------ 32 T. C. - 47 Lansing Sexton - - - 58 T. C. - 57 Grand Rapids Central - 59 T. C. - 62 Midland - - - - 47 T. C. - 70 Muskegon ---- - 50 T. C. - 75 Alpena - - - 52 T. C. - 58 Petoskey ----. - 37 TOURNAMENT PLAY Trojans Opponents Trojans Opponents T. C. - 72 Bay City Central - - - 55 T. C. - 91 Saginaw High - - - 79 T. C. - 71 Midland ---- - 59 T. C. - 52 Muskegon Heights - - - 79 Action Shots from 195 6-5 7 Season Front rozr. left to right: K. Bannen, J. Neuman, S. Howard, J. Springer, M. Harris, D. Oatley, R. Carroll, B. Mann. Bark roux' J. Thoreson QMgr.D, L. Shelfer, G. Boothroyd, B. Heidbreder, L. DeYoung, H. Laird, E. Dolan. Coach Schuknecht. Left to rigbl: Coach Schuknecht, K. Bannen, J. Neuman, R. Carroll, M. Harris, L. DeYoun L. Shelfer, G. Boothroyd, B. Mann, D. Oatley, B. Heidbreder. J. V. Basketball Coach Ed Schuknechts V. basketball team had a very successful year in the 1956-1957 campaign. They won nine and lost four. Their biggest loss was to Alpena which they lost by six points. They had won the first game with Alpena by six points, too. Their other losses were to Muskegon Ctwicej and Grand Rapids South. Bob Woodrow was the top scorer while he played for the J. Vfs but was moved up to the Varsity at the end of the season. Emil Dolan was then top scorer. Dolan is also the tallest man on the team at 6' M". john Carroll also was moved up to the Varsity. The Vfs are managed by jon Thoreson. 77 Front row: Mgr. T. Wales, B. Graham, D. Merchant, C. Rittman, C. Moorman, l. Ferguson, J. Van Brocklin, J. Bourdo, M. Steifes, S. Kantz, Mgr. D. Parker. Back rouz' Coach Walt Thompson, B. G. King, B. Stehower, B. Longcore, C. Hughes, D. W. Willsey, D. Bickle, M. Bendickson, B. Olson, M. Linger, B. J. King, C. Braden. Frosh Basketball Coach Walter Thompsorfs freshman basketball team didnt have such a good year according to the statistics, but paper clot-:sn't always tell the truth. Although they won only four out of thirteen games, Coach Thompson said, "The league was the best the freshman have ever played." Mr. Thompson has been coaching the freshman for the past several years and has a basis for judgment. Nearly all of their games were played with Varsity or Jr. Varsity squads of Class D. Their top games were with the Cadillac Freshman, both which they lost by one point. Bob Stehower was the high point man for the team, and Wayne Willsey was the tallest C6' 503. Coach Thompson also said this is probably one of the tallest teams he has ever had and with a little coaching they may go places. 78 Left to right: Bill Core, Ron Johnson, LeRoy Ostlund, Jack Dean, Ed Mann. Intramural After starting off the season with a loss, the Senior Eagles won handily the rest of their games to sweep to first place in fifth hour competition. Ron johnson led his team as high scorer, but the over-all height and scoring punch of his teammates contributed to the winning season, The fourth hour league was a little weaker, but it provided a good team in the Junior Bears, who won that houris championship but lost to the fifth hour Senior Eagles for the Intramural title. k'yQX 79 First row, left zo right: Manager Steve Arnold, Jim Palmer. Second row: Jim Beebe, Marshall Carr, john McGuEin, Bob McCall, Mike Joynt, Coach Arthur Schubert. Left to right: B. Shield, C. Meach, J. Lovell, J. Rae, M. Raftshol, S. Arnoldt, Coach Art Schubert. Varsity Ski Team Under the able guidance of their new coach, Arthur Schubert, and Coach Richard Hoag, who has been ski team coach for three years, the high school ski teams closed a most successful year, The girls' team, state champions last year, took the state crown again by beating their rivals from downstate, Cadillac, at Leelanau where the state championships were held. During the regular campaign they won all meets they entered. The boys did very well during the regular season by winning all their meets except the first one, which they lost to a very strong Cadillac team by 14 seconds. Their big downfall came in the state meet at Leelanau, when they came in third in the state, over a The top girl skier was Joni Lovell, who also won the title as being the top girl skier in the Lower Peninsula. john McGuffin took top honors for the boys. ln early March Joni Lovell and Betty Shield were selected to go to the National Ski Meet in Reno, Nevada, where they competed with the top girls in the nation. The boys, team will need a little rebuilding for the next year with Seniors John McGuilin, Bob McCall, Marshall Carr, jim Palmer and Jim Beebe graduating. Mickey Joynt is the only varsity man to come back. The girls' team loses only Betty Shield, with Joni Lovell, Connie Meach, Meredith Raftshol, Sue Arnoldt and Judy Rae very icy course. returning. SKI SKED Results Date Team Place Boys Girls january 9 - Cadillac here loss won January 16 - Gaylord here won won january 22 - Cadillac there cancelled january 24 - Petoskey there won won january 30 - Atlanta here won won February 3 - Gaylord there won won February 11 - Petoskey there won won February 13 - Leelanau there won won February 25 - State Meet Leelanau 3rd 1st 80 i S X 5 2 3 Upper left: B017 McCall-a tip turn. Middle: Betty Shield-down bill turn. Lower right: john McGzzjj'i1z-revene Jboztlder turn. Pictures courtesy of Dick Williams 81 ie' 1957 Skiers in Action Left zo right: Varsity-Margo Hensel, Joey Cowell, Judy Walton, Jan Lehnardt. Cheerleaders Once more our cheerleaders, who are sponsored by the Pep Club, upheld the reputation of Traverse City High School cheerleaders as being one of the best squads in Michigan. The Varsity, Reserve and Freshman squads began practicing early in the fall and continued throughout the year, observing their three-hour-per-week minimum. Their activities include cheering at all of the football and basketball games, organizing and cheering in pep assemblies and send-offs, and leading the snake dance. They also conducted a tournament for the cheerleaders who appeared in the Class C and D District Tournaments held here. Senior Co-Captains joey Cowell and Judy Walton presented a trophy to the winners. This has been done for many years to promote better interest in cheerleading and good sportsmanship in the area. This year, for the first time, the school provided a station wagon and driver to take the Varsity cheerleaders to out-of-town games and also paid some of their expenses on trips. The Reserve and Freshman squads cheer at their home games and sometimes in pep assemblies. 82 Front row, left to right: H. Marquette, R. Luhurs, J. son, C. Smith, T. Wells, L. Brugh, I. Bunek. T Carpenter, R. Parker, L. Ostland, R. Brawn, L. White, Green, B. Amon, J. Maurer, B. Selkirk. J. Slavey, G. Drew, N. DeYoung, B. Eckhardt. Third row: B. Stephans, S. Stroh, D. Geiger, R. Emerick, Second row: G. Snyder, J. Carpenter, G. Vasbinder, B. Barley, B. Shearer, D. Salensky, J. Heater. B. Bellfy, P. Kelly, D. Wells, H. Rittman, J. Linner- Forrrtb row: C. Burnett, Diday, J. Lamott, E. Deering, M. Postmar, B. Wysong, V. Bellfry. D. Brightup, L. Mathison, D. Bates, M. Kroupa, J. Second row: H. Bossingham, C. Hoadley, B. McSauby, Roman, D. Homan, J. Merchant, J. Drew, C. Colby, M. Geiger, M. Mathews, K. Staton, B. Berkman, M. R. Miller, B. Bradford. McCool, M. Hawkins, H. Sawyer, J. Ehman. Third row: 1. Woodrow, N. Taylor, D. Mathews, M. First row: B. Sybrant, V. Gabourie, M. Meister, S. Stefles, A. Franke, R. Sterling, S. Wyatt, S. McCall, Glaizer, K. Fisher, K. Sawyer. Bowlmg During the past year the girls' bowling league enjoyed a good many Wednesday afternoons bowling at the Traverse City Recreation. This years secretary was Char Hoadley, who also is Captain of the top team, the "Alligatotsf' The top three girl bowlers as we go to press are: Char Hoadley 61305, Jan Roman 11241, and Jan Merchant 61235. Hoadley also holds the title for the top game of the year with 180. On Thursday afternoon the boys take the alleys over, with a group of more than fifty participat- ing. This year's secretary is Charles Smith, who is the Captain of the top team too, the "Four Splitsf' The top three boy bowlers are: Dennis Wells 61505, Pat Kelly C146D, and Ernest Mason C1451 Ron Parker holds the top game with 210. ,, X 4 f Q r ls CJ 1 .l.4sS37f"'-f' AX Front row: jim Storrs, Ed Merchant, Garry Kucera, Roy Ostlund, Dick Carmin, Ron Johnson, Bill Core, jerry Springer, 'E John Eaton. Second rouu' Bill Patrick, jim Perrin, Bill Springer, john Carroll, ' George Olman, Coach Tharel Kanitz, Tom Greilick, Dennis i Wells, Stan Shurnsl-ry, John Carroll, Tom Balentine Mgr. w f erea X aw-a leaale eXl,,-X t sf, Q, X egg Xmigl gf, l.kt,Xt1 , .. .. fx - -an-,X-X Q 5 XX-. Q G55 faagfge -nf xg Q .r X . s S- A-kis gmt.-f. assist :ns is is -s X . . ' . ., 5 - - .X Q - .Q t six, . .S . W . in if. gag, .9 S sf? . r -,S-1. ,- -Q-1 Y desk Baseball '56 i S Traverse City High Schools baseball team had one of their best years in fifty-six, under the coach- ing of Tharel "Dutch" Kanitz, with a five-win three-loss record. The team had a fine pitching staff composed of Jim Perrin, Storrs, and Dennis Wells. All three of these boys were Sophomores last year so will be back again this year as juniors. Sopho- more John Eaton will also be seeing action on the mound this year. The pitching staff was backed up by a strong in-field composed of George Olman at third, Gary Kucera as shortstop, Bill Springer on second, and Dick Carmien at first base. The team lost Gary Kucera and Dick Carmien through graduation, but Bill Patrick and John Carroll will be filling these positions with little difficulty. Coach Kanitz had power and good arms in his outfield, with Bill Core in left, Glen Gerard, right, and Ron johnson in center. All three of these boys will be back again this year. Veteran catcher Ed Merchant did a fine job of catching, but he will not be with the team this year because of graduation. Stan Shumsky and Bill Patrick are two boys who will probably be seeing action behind the plate. The game that the Trojans lost to Boyne City was one of the best contests of the season. It was a pitcher's battle all the way with Dennis Wells taking a 1-O loss. The Arrowhead Conference Tournament was held in Midland last year with the Trojans losing their opening game to Alpena, who went on to win a closely fought for Conference Title. The Trojan baseball team should be better than ever this year since most of last year's players will be back and newcomers show much promise in filling the vacant positions. XX F!-,, a .K 2 si. ir-if? ij Y c s i E The Traverse City thinclads, under the able direction of Coach Dick Frank, started the season with a seventh place at the Saginaw Arthur Hill Invitational. They met the next week in a Quad- rangular meet with Benzonia, Leelanau and Honor, and won the meet with ease. Moving on to Alpena they also captured this meet with com- paratively no difficulty. The Trojans continued their season in the Chip Relays in Mt. Pleasant, where they placed two men, Gary Beck and Ken Cheeseman. Then the Trojans met Petoskey here, where the competition was almost too much. The Front rouu' Bob Thompson, Bob W. Sanborn, Dick Bellaw, Ron Sanborn, Gary Longcore, Bob Smith, Ron Bell, Fritz Howell, Jim Hinds. Second' row: Doc Prank, Grant Bannen, Ed Mann, Terry Stuck, Ken Cheeseman, Gary Keene, Dick Bezile, Coach Ooley. Third rozv: Ron Morrill, John Watson, Royce Carter, Phil Peiger, l Leland Marsh, Gary Beck, Terry Geer, Gary Murner, Bill Darling, Wfarren TenHouten. Fourth rozzx' Mr. Geist, Bob Sanborn, Bill Stephan, Russ Kirt, Ole Ritola, Joe Maurer, Bill Mann, Calvin Gray, Dick Oatley, Ed Dewar. Fiffb rout Bevo Bentley, Pete Hilty, Bill King, Roy Gilmore, Paul Darling, Bob Meyer, Brian McGregor, Leo Arthur, Mike Tousley. Piczzfre nz lefz: Ken Cbeerefmzfz O72 tba bivb bzzmller. O Track 'S 6 meet was tied until the last event when the Trojans edged out their old rival in the 880 Relay and won the meet by a slim 5 points. Witli com- paratively no threat, the Trojans won the Arrow- head Conference again this year to make it three in a row. The meet was held in Traverse City. Going on to Petoskey the Traverse City thinclads won their second straight Petoskey Relays. The Trojan Medley Relay team placed sixth in the state track meet which was held in Ann Arbor. The Head Coach is Dick Frank, and his assist- ants are Jim Ooley and john Geist. Front row: Coach Bob Bacon, Mike Thayer, Benny Ryon, Bob MacDonald, Ross Biederman, George Wales, Joe Marchal, Dick Williams. Back row: Tom Novak, Dick Brovont, Roy Youker, Bill Jerome. Tennis Coach Bob Baconls 1956 net-men sported a fine season, finishing third in Class 'A' Regional Competition. Their record was the same 3-3 mark which they held at the end of last year's campaign. They rated over Petoskey twice, 4-3 and 6-1, and East Jordon, 6-1. While losing to Midland 6-1, Cadillac 5-2 and East Jordon 5-2. Hard-hitting Bob MacDonald proved to be an excellent server, which made him No. 1 man on the team. Bob was also the most improved player. Ben Ryon who was a left-handed server, also showed a good all-around game. Other Seniors who had good endurance, and who will be missed this year are: Bill Jerome, Joe Marchal, and Mike Thayer. With four letterrnen returning, Traverse should prove to be a strong contender in 1957. 87 r X Z 5 " i 5 e , . 2 5 of ' f pf . 'Q lgwmf . '.-' ' M "' , x H ,af- ,V VC, , pf ,W ..,, ff W,,a ,,,rW,r-.fin -,X I fs' ,..., ,lil X ff fi V , 1 . if 6 ' ,- 1 K . .V V 1 A X far, L 5 wp' My NT-.J . . , , Q i fa- ..-'efm.sg,5Mg , , 44.1- 1 . ' r -' ' ' , l .- V ' ' f'4alVc'4:-'Inx as-,deign ',a1s4',-' aw ,4fW,77f.,3,..74...,1,a.W4,w,,g , , ai,,5,,,,,,,,, .5 ,f,11,,, ff ' wv,+ve44ff 'f7Y'4??14t'!??'f iii+v'4fe2f.'f -W-4--+4 4-4 '.y 3 L , e L 9 ' " 4 4 l ff f -- 5 ,gfff. ,f,,.1-bf .,.,, r. , .J f I, f, f I . , X QV. .,,g,,,g 5-5 3, 4, ,,,. .E g., V., 7 ,,,, , gs fm, ,N ,lg Q-Hg-V 5--if if Wig- Q . u g eg , J , ., .4 ,,.f- ---2-ff-6 ri ff .,,,. , W Ag I 4 1455 4k Qvwffdn Jiwv ww if va, f a,,,,MQ,,a fs, .. f K 4 3 X y f , , 4, .. , f. 4. ,V .1 . N.. i,. .,.. W. W ,fzxfr g 7 Nj 4 .af f. 5, .7, 4 W ..,,, 2,,:1fV,,'f,V I pf My A ..,,, ,,,ji,,,,5L Via. , ,.... 75 yi? , 5 , 4. fi .14 ? , ,,1,:,wVl, x . E vra i t., ,., ,.,.. 9, f,,...,,,i, g. 44. 4 .,., ,Z Kay . f if r . f , Mp ,Q .MU ,L:W,f,,fQ, 7 we 1: 5 ff' ii 47 1 f ' i s ,,...i, -A 'C .,,f,, . ,. .ff , , A few, wr-'M ., ... f - . 'L-,,,a,:2fz4.'aGuL....21 -Y ' 'vi :M rffz. ' ' - -1 ,M ' V- ,-,wa ef .- is 'L ' . e f- 7.- f. - Q'-2.6 1-f , . ag f' .".. ,aifl.f"1:: 'y -- ., .. .i 151, -was 5,3 YL, Dick Brcwonzf making al clofe return. Q? C 'lr 'A Left to right: Hugo Trepte, Bill Heidbreder, Jim Palmer, Bob Pen- rose, Bill Hicks, Albert Snyder, Lance Neuman, Coach Bob Weaver I as ft Picture ez left: AZ Snyder on the fairway. n Golf 1956 Trojan golfers may not have had a top rating this year but the wealth of experience which was gained by the youger members may ultimately gain that goal in the years IO COf1'1C. Seniors Richard Thomas and Larry Kirsch played very well in their last season. Veterans Al Snyder and Bob Penrose along with quite a few sophomores and a sprinkling of freshman will return to give Coach Bob Weaver's team good depth on the green. Conference play did not go too well for the golfers finished in third place as did last year's team. Al Snyder finished with a low of 96 for the 18 holes at the Traverse City Golf 8: Country Club. 88 Senior Lettermen C1957 D Boiron row. left lo right: Dick Brovont, Dick Bezile, Tom Grielick Top rozzz' Roy Youl-ser, Bill Springer, Glen Gerard. 89 Senior Lettermen rw My Grant Bannen Gary Beck Dick Bezile Dick Brovont Roy Challender Bill Core Lee Ehman joe Eppinga Glen Gerard Gaylord Harig Ron Johnson Gary Keene john McGuffin Ed Mann George Olrnan Bob Penrose Stan Shumsky Bill Springer Roy Youker 90 Sf XX A , X xx Q , f zp- ':A. 1 7, f I First row, left to right: Don Ferris, Sue Arnoldt, Ray Third row: Marie Kochavar, Barbara Kramer, Martha Emerick, Jane Kurtz, Barbara Case, Barbara Kopus, Blackhurst, Bill McDonald, John Heater, Fred Mary Hunsberger, Carol Conine, Jerry Dell, Cherrie Bremer, Tom Bell, Howard Sweitzer, Ernie Hautala, Wares. Norris Anderson, Connie Coddington, Annetta Hend- Second row: Muriel Hunt, Robin Powers, Linda Husby, rickson, Gordon Wilcox. Marilyn Miller, Marilyn Stelices, Vivian Bellfy, Sue . , - Stehower, Josephene Helferich, Gary Curtis, Linda Abrgzf when picture war taken. Julie Sattler, Barbara Mathison, Margret Trepte, Maureen Mathews, Susan ay' Sands. Directing: Mr. Smith. Orchestra The Central High School orchestra, under the new direction of Mr. Donald Smith, is composed of forty members. They have participated in many activities this year such as the Christmas Concert, two Spring concerts and in their traditional roll at the Class Day exercises. For the third straight year, they received a "first" rating at the district Schools Band and Orchestra Meet. L25 92 Front row. left to right Sharon Youker, Shari Baynton, Judy Smith, Barbara McKinnan, Willow Ealy, Carol Sue Gertz, Harold Stockrisch, John Bright, Sally Steed, Patricia Havill, Dennis Sporre, Jack Dean, Julie Perrin, Marlene McCuen, Noreen Towne, Janet Wheelock, Judy Toerper, Mr. Leonard. Second rozzz' Margo Hensel, Sharon Carpenter, Lillian Gleason, Beverly Johnson, Marilyn Green, Patsy Bar- ner, Sue Engle, Steve Howard, Mike Harris, Mike Johnson, Gerald Boone, Merry Samuelson, Susan Gamrath, Jean Ann Kratky, Linda Toerper, Melinda Wysong, Marilyn Kroupa. Third roux' Marcia Wamsleyi, Nancy Aenis, Sue Haase, Roberta Hunt, Paul Whitelock, Chuck Raney, Dave Wylie, Norman Heater, Dave Fortin, Lee Sheffer, Don Ferris, Ed Dewar, John Bremer, Mike Joynt, Aleeta Hollister, Marcia Lindstrom, Marilyn Perla, Julie Sattler, Brenda Wares. Fourth row: Suzanne Martinson, Jacqueline Boone, Ruthann Stafford, Nancy Axtell, Wanda Purkiss, Nancy De Peal, Kneale Brownson, Mike Tousley, Trevor Danford, Charles Moorman, Ronald Stephan, James Schildroth, Don Jaquish, Garry Curtiss, Audrey Gustafson, Karolyn Weiler, Marjorie Orcutt, Kay Ehrenberger, Toni Dolan. Mining from picture: Kenneth Cheeseman, Sandra Hub- bell, Barbara Reid, Susan Sands, Dorca Sears, James Storrs, Jerry Gallagher. High School Chorus The Central High School Mixed Chorus under the direction of James Leonard consists of 79 members. This past winter they gave a Christmas concert and several concerts to the service clubs. On April 6th they attended the District Festival at Manistee. In the spring they gave two concerts. The choir arranged and staged the entire per- formances. On May 5th a program was presented to the students at Central Michigan College. The following day a concert was given at Mt. Pleasant High School. The choir rounded out its full year with the traditional Blessing of the Blossoms ceremony. WMA Fir!! row, left to right: Lucy Mericle, George Vasbinder, Sue Stehower, Ann Keith, Bethany Kramer, Elizabeth House, Marilyn Steffes, Vivian Bellfy. Second row: Mary Helen Edick, Murie Tompkins, Josephine Helferich, Sharon Bickle, Carolyn Moran, Bob Erickson, Bette Shield, Barbara Wysong, Char- lene Van Alstine, Jane Wilkinson, Ray Ernerick, Linda Mathison, Gary Curtiss, Ben Rufli. Third row: Margaret Brown, Polly Trager, Bob Warner, Brenda Brovont, Nancy Hiatt, Pat Gorcyca, Marvin Barrett, Rita Trager, Fred Bremer, Lon Brugh, Don Jaquish, Mark McKinley, Tom Bell, Marlene Bell, Howard Lake, Howard Sweitzer, Bill Martinek, Harry Cook, john Bays, Leo Arthur, Kay Griffen. Fourth row: Wes Emert, Bob Bellfy, Terry Puffer, Sharon White, Carol Kamridy, Scott Arnold, Ernie Hautala, Norris Anderson, Gary Bright, Cindy Nei- hardt, Ed Gray, jim Acker, Connie Coddington. Standing: Martha Blackhurst, Bill McDonald, Ted Kempton, John Heater. Concert Band The T. C. H. S. Concert Band, under the direction of Mr. Ray Opland, consisted of fifty-seven members. In the District Festival held in Traverse City on February 25, they received a "first" rating in the Class A Competition. The band also performed in the College-benefit Concert in March, and finally closed the season with their traditional playing of the Commencement music. QM-.X Fint row, left to 1'iglJt.' Tony Campbell, Dale Ritter, Bill Cowie, john Nelson, Jerry Dafoe, Steve Kelsch, Paul Clune, Mike Loomis, Mr. Leonard. Second row: Jerry Luckey, Richard Bolek, Robert Olson, Dave Green, Ronald La Mott, Roger Brazee, Tom Brodhagen, james Anderson. Abram when picruve was taken: Larry Hains. Boys' Glee Club The Boys' Glee Club is primarily a preparatory organization. Directed by Mr. Leonard, the boys are prepared for future years in the high school choir. They have appeared in several Junior High assemblies and two concerts in May. Q25 96 sf--svsgs 1 c . Rs Ns -t st - SY-X is -Q t J 1 sxs R T X E First row, left to right: Sharon Cunningham, Nancy Jo Nichols, Cynthia Dumbrille, Ruth Melichar, Georgia Olman, Diane Terry, Katherine Davis, Sandra Shield, Sandra Jordan, Corinne Bopry, Susan Block, Nancy Crawford, Gail Judd, Betty Jo Brewer, Camille Brock, Roverta Barnes, Vicky Congdon, Marilyn Cullard, Mr. Leonard. Second row: Deanna Smith, Kay Enger, Reava Krum- lauf, Beckey Plarnondon, Toni Smith, Cindy Smith, Patricia Dreves, Diane Groen, Juanita Boone, Connie McCain, Nannette Ealy, Nancy Badgero, Judith Mor- ris, Barbara Longcore, Karen Oliver, Lynn Ostlund, Dawn Bauman, Jean Houghton, Judy Rytkonen, Nikki Blessing. Third row: Judy Rhodes, Karen Haywood, Jeanette Kluth, Karen Hartman, Rosanne Ogemaw, Sheila Newmarch, Shari Neuman, Virginia Stover, Sue Fouch, Barbara Bradford, Edwina White, Lois Lewis, Jean Stafford, Linda Baase, Ruth Schneider, Jill Blacklock, Jeri Houghton, Nancy Jo Morrison, Sandra Hanrath, Barbara Skinner. Fourth row: Dorothy Gildursky, Francis Beaubien, Diane Carlson, Sandra Skinner, Shirley Smith, Nancy Reichard, Julia La Mott, Margaret Trepte, Sue Burns, Kay Rivard, Judy Bates, Julia Cole, Teresa Eisner, Deanne Page, Susan Thirlby, Eileen Anderson, Letitia Smith, Barbara Wolcott, Connie Anger. Girls' Glee Club Under the direction of Mr. Leonard, girls planning for the T. C. H. S. Choir, must first spend a year in the Girls' Glee Club. The Glee Club performed at Junior High assemblies and in two Spring concerts held in May. UMA E l i . g l E l s IO Cl Orchestra Solo and Ensembles Left Io rigloix Robin Powers, Susan Arnoldt, Don Ferris, Susan Sands, Cherry Wares, Muriel Hunt Brass Solo and Ensembles Fir!! row, left lo right: Lucy Mericle, Murie Tompkins, Martha Blackhurst, Paulyn Trager, Margaret Brown, Connie Coddington, Linda Mathison, Vivian Bellly. ii Second foux' Gary Curtiss, Ben Rufli, Bob Warner, Bill McDonald, John Heater, Ernie Hautala, Wess Emert, Norris Anderson, Jim Acker, Tom Bell, Howard Switzer, Leo Arthur, Kay Griifen, Soloists and Ensembles Of the twenty-seven entries in the District Music Festival held in Traverse City, February 23, twenty of them received "first" ratings. This enabled the winners to appear in the State Music Festival at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor on March 25, where ten of them received "first" ratings. 98 Marching Band , Y,-ll..l,, Photo by courtety of Mr. Ken Bell Members of the Junior and Senior bands make up the well known T. C. H. S. March- ing Band. This year, they made their usual half-time performances during football season. They also marched in the Window Night parade and will make their final appearance in the Cherry Festival. X555 99 Front row, left to right: Bob Warner, George Vas- Cat pianol. V binder, Gordon Wilcox, john Heater, Andy Crain Back row: James Acker, Leo Arthur, Kay Griffen Dance Band No music group is more familiar to the students of Central than the high school dance band. They furnish music at school dances, the Bogi, and various outside assignments. PERSONNEL Andy Crain, piano Kay Grififen, cornet john Heater, drums Leo Arthur, cornet George Vasbinder, alto saxophone jim Acker, trombone Bob Warner, alto saxophone Gordon Wilcox, string base Gary Curtis, tenor saxophone 100 S. Ufhery Publicity Propf - - Cofmmef Printing Senior Class Play Dr. Hudson's Secret Journal The Class of 1957 presented the play, UDr. Hudsons Secret Journal" on March 27 and 28. The play deals with Dr. Hud son's philosophy of life which affects the lives of many and brings success to the city hospital. CHARACTERS Dr. Hiirifofz - Mr. Warizef' - Nancy Arbforzi Joyce - - Joel Kelfey - Barbara - - Cynthia Batef Tony Bonfempini Mrs. Bofzfempiize Tim lWnt,ro1z - Iorie - - - Bob - - Mm. Armifizge Min H izrtizzgf - Mfzrioii Prezztiff Mfr. ilIacLemz - - Dick - - Laurie - C ind 3' - Voice - - Direttor - - Stifdezzt Direcfor COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN - - Cyrilene Grover Ticketr - - - - Barbara Bohrer Make-Up - - Cathy Bushong Prompfing - - - Mary Wright Lighting - 101 George Olman - - Gordon Wilcox Susanne Gregory Sherry McKian - John McGuPiin Barbara McKinnon Beverly Carpenter - Andy Crain Katy Longcore - Bob Brown Pat Ohrenberger - Charles Round - Cathy Bushong - Toni Dolan - Joanne Peck Janet Wheelock - Tom Davis - Pat Kroupa Martha Needham - Joey Cowell - Miss Beary - Emily Lichty Pat Ohrenberger - Barb Swan - Joey Cowell - Steve Arnold N Standing, left to rigbt: David Fortin, Gary Murner, Kay Fhren- 3 berger, Ron Morrill, Tony Kucera, Fred Drulard, Norma Arey. 1 Sitting: Sara Rose Leonard, Connie Meach, Sue Goddard, Merry Samuelson, Suellen Klein, Sara Rofe Leonard, David F ortin, Connie Meacb "Family Circle" A Tbree act comedy by Cornellia Otif Skinner Under the direction of Mr. Thomas Lynch, the Class of '58 produced "Family Circlen in early No- vember. Based on the aurhor's own family life, the play provided entertainment to the audiences on both appearances. CAST Cornellia - - Connie Meach Amy - - Suellen Klein Mand Skinner - - Kay Ehrenberger Grace - - Sue Goddard Otir Skinner - - Gary Murner William - - Tony Kucera Mab - - - Sara Rose Leonard Henry - - Fred Drulard Enid - - - Merry Samuelson Gordon - - Ron Morrill Cbarlie - - - Dave Fortin Abby - - - Norma Arey COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Piiblicity ---------- Diane Solem Ticket! - -------- Barb Baldwin Propertier - - Gary Sachtleben Make-Up - - Yvonne Dupries Ufberettey - - Kathy Bellaw Printing - - - - - Harold Couturier Stadent Director - ------ Lillian Gleason Prompterr - - - Shirley Lures, Joyce Hammond 102 Xu Firrt rozv: Donna Burt, Sue House, Judy Sears, Kay Bob Penrose, Glen Gerard, Gordon Wilcox, Bill Lahym, Judy Walton, Helen Wilson, Al Royce, Hugo Springer, George Wales, Muriel Hunt, Nancy Axtell. Trepte. Fourth row: Bob Amon, John Bremer, Don Ferris, jeff Second row: Sherry McKian, Carole Gray, Cathy Kinch, Butwell, Mary Helen Edick, Meredith Raftshol, Mary Madelyn Wyatt, Marilyn Wyatt, Helen Thayer, Norton, Pat Richardson, Cherrie Wares. Phyllis Wilson, Sharon Youker, Kari Morse. Abrentr joey Cowell, Sally Steed, Lee Ehman, Barb Third rozv: Bob Meyer, George Olman, Leland Marsh, Reid, Martha Blackhurst, Barb Baldwin. National Honor Society The National Honor Society consists of juniors and Seniors who are rated in the upper third of their class scholastically, morally and socially. This is the twenty-eighth year that Central has elected members to Chapter 1050. Sally Steed Donna Burt Judy Walton Kay Lahym joey Cowell Sue House George Olman Sharon Youker Pat Richardson Muriel Hunt Phyllis Wilson Class of 19 57 Helen Wilson George Wales Bill Springer Glen Gerard Gordon Wilcox Judy Sears Lee Ehman Class Martha Blackhurst Barbara Baldwin Meredith Raftshol Jeff Butwell Bob Meyer Leland Marsh John Bremer Helen Thayer Barbara Reid Bob Penrose of 1958 Hugo Trepte Bob Amon Cherrie Wares Carole Gray Sherry McKian Madelyn Wyatt Marilyn Wyatt Kari Morse Katherine Kinch Nancy Axtell Allan Royce Don Ferris Mary Helen Edick Mary Norton Q XXV? ...knew . Tp. ' ...rt-1:-'til Sitting, left zo right: Jo Peck, Cathy Kinch, Carole Gray. Standing: Lorna Richards, Meredith Raftshol. Abxent: Kay Lahym. Quill 85 Scroll This is an international honorary society for high school journalists. Members must be Juniors or Seniors who have done superior work in editing, writing or business management. Candidates are recommended by the sponsor of the publication of which they are a member and approved by the organization. Members elected during 1957 are Carole Gray, jo Peck and Lorna Richards from the Black and Gold, and Meredith Raftshol from the Pines. Cathy Kinch and Kay Lahym were elected last year. Wax 105 Front row, left to right: John Linnerson, Andy Fuksa, Don McQueer, Harold Olson, Don Philo, Paul Schneider, Wesley Gore, George Roush, Ray Davey. Second row: Mr. W. C. McMath, Clifford Mannor, Harold Canheld, Joe Cheeseman, Larry Ludka, Roger Stelfes, Boyde Condon, john Kratky, Jack Underwood, Dick Stricker, Ronald Clark, Scott Dean, Terry Wells, Jerry Slaby, Lynn Enyard, Tom Moran, Francis Hughes, Howard Wheelock, Jerry Lardie, Paul Smith, Don Huston, Dick jennett. Third row: Bill Selkirk, Bob Kaltenbach, Julius Bugai, Bill Barnes, joe Weatherholt, Dennis Wells, Duane Newstead, Jack Dean, Mike Norton, Charlie Kratochvil, Ole Ritola, Ira Bunek, Leon Clark, Andy Kingdon. Fourth row: Bob Erickson, Carl Stricker, Bill Eisen, Dan Exo, Leonard Roush, Roger Williams, George Snyder, Irwin Sutter, Bruce Thomas, Lynn Buchan. Those lzlarent: Roger Dickinson, Dennis Schavey, Joe Steifes, Ken Cooledge, Ed Gray. Plclnre at left: jack Underwood, George Snyder, Ira Bnnek, Don Hnrzfon and Torn Moran denzonrtraze milk terzlng. Future Farmers of America The T. C. H. S. branch of the Future Farmers OFFICERS of America is a combination of three different classes studying vocational agriculture. The mem- Plemlem ' ' ' ' lack Dean bers of the club share their common interest in Vice-Prefidenr - - Charles Kratochvil agriculture and meet on the first and third Monday Segyefayj, - - Dennis Wells of each month. One meeting' is for business pur- Tyemww, - - - Scott Dean poses and the other is recreational. R I K h C 1 d Throughout the year the club undertakes many ep? W ' elmet U OO 6 ge activities such as judging contests, shows, and Sentinel ' ' ' Ifwlfl Suffef various other organized social activities. Sponror - - Mr. McMath 106 Front row, left I0 right: Caren Colby Cpresidingb, Jose- Back roux' Sheila Atchison, Mrs. Nash CMother Ad- phine Carney, Shelba Werhy, Sandy Hanell, Marilyn visorj, Mrs. Mary Nelson Clsaculty Advisorj. Kroetsch, Kay Nash, Sandi Nelson, Kay Enger, Pat Those absent: Shirley Ritter, Dorthea Bugai. Kroupa. Future Homemakers of America The purpose of the Future Homemakers of America is to promote good home and family life, and to encourage democracy and international good will in home and community living. Various programs of the club are designed to achieve the goals set up by the National Advisory Board. Meetings are held every first and third Thursday of each month. During these meetings the members plan and work on designated ways of attaining their goals. The club sponsors different fund-raising pro- jects in order to raise money which is used in im- proving the homemaking department. OFFICERS President - - - Caren Colby Vice-Presirierzt - Shirley Ritter Secretary - - Dorthea Bugai Treasurer - - - Sandra Hanell Chapter Mother - Mrs. Robert Nash Sponsor - - Mrs. Mary Nelson Standing, left to right: Linda Toerper, Mr. Gerard, Mr. Groomes, Miss Beaty, Mr. Oberlin, Mr. Geist. Seated, first row: Miss Pagel, Judy Grant. Second row: Cherrie Puffer, Jeanne Stafford, Sarah Bacon, Dorcas Sears. Third row: Barbara Kroupa, Kay Jo Brown, Marilyn Postema, Donna Burt, Cathy Kinch. There abrentr Dorthea Bugai, Carol Kamradt, Marilyn Kroupa, Janice Roman. Future Teachers Club The Future Teachers Club, which is federated with the State and National Future Teachers Club, is set up to encourage and acquaint students with the field of teaching. Throughout the year mem- bers of the club perform certain tasks related to education. The club familiarizes students with teaching through experience, and by explaining the require- ments and possibilities of teaching as a career. One hour a week is devoted to an observation of teaching in any chosen grade. Most girls choose the elementary grades. Each month the Future Teachers Club awards a certificate to the designated "Teacher of the Month." During the M. E. A. convention in October, members of the club act as guides. They are also guides during the P. T. A. Open House night. In November, the club recognized Ameri- can National Education Week by presenting each teacher with an apple and a booklet of proverbs and sayings which they compiled and constructed themselves. The club meets once every week on Monday. During the meetings the club members discuss teaching and plan their various programs. X i. XNptglSX." x x x -s xg X gig? X X N ? s :5- ,Q M s 3 . . Q 'l 1 L 3 .e C ew ff"'.1t K2 ' wg I fi . 'tv C: 2 3 e Scene of meeziugr of Future Numer Club Future Nurses Club The purpose of the Future Nurses Club is to promote the held of nursing among youth and to inform and familiarize prospective nurses with all the aspects of the career. This year the club sponsored a Nurses Career Day, made a Christmas basket for a needy family and toured the State Hospital. Members of the club also sponsored a dance in order to appropriate funds to be used in aiding some worthy girl through nurses training. 109 W W P. 1 Front row, left to tight: S. McKian, M. Needham, S. Clune J. Walton, K. Bellaw, D. Smith, B. Walton, M. Wagamon 1. McKinley, J. Toerper, E. Nauman, A. Carr, S. Burns M. Richter. Second row: S. Crabb, E. Lichty, S. Raftshol, B. Stults, P. Ohrenberger, S. Gregory, S. Engle, C. Wares, K. Ehren- berger, C. Meach, J. Menmuir, J. Wilson, L. Richards, A. Gustafson, C. Weiler, M. Tompkins. Third row: S. Staton, B. Bohrer, B. McKinnon, J. Drew, J. Kiblinger, B. johnson, B. Reid, D. Groen, C. Green, P Wilson, C. Martin, M. Samuelson, N. Ealy. S. Goddard, S. Bayton, J. Rogers, V. Yon, S. McCall, M. Boquist, D. King. a x 1 Fourth row: B. Birkman, M. McCool, S. Martinson, P. Barnet, S. Perkett, D. Breithaupt, S. DeHaan, K. Chimoskey, S. Pep The Pep Club, under the sponsorship of Mr. William Gerard, was founded in 1946 with only l7 members. Since that time the club has grown in size until it now boasts a membership exceeding 500. It is not only the largest club in the school, it is also the most active. However, the main objective of the club is to en- courage good sportsmanship among the students. By selling concessions at all home football and basketball games and engaging in many other worth- while projects the club has managed to present to the school each year S1000 to be used for the benefit of the school. l Z f E 1 i Ebbage, N. Eeiker, W. Wardell, M. Greenless, I. Ealy, B. Brovont, H. Bulk, N. Badgero, B. Longcore, P. Dillon. Fifth row: J. Fisher, B. Gray, C. Roosa, D. Bates, D. Greiner, M. Perla, V. Belfy, S. Logsdon, M. Campbell, B. Dreves, M. Lind- strom, M. Pitcher, N. Hume, S. Wiggins, K. Wilhelm, P. Grapes, K. Karcheski, B. Charest, M. Bolek, K. Bjork. Sixth 1'0ZL'.' S. Wyatt, C. Staton, S. Bickle, K. Schmidt, J. Hart, J. Herkner, M. Schildroth, P. Gorsica, B. Wares, B. Wolcott, K. Nicholson, P. Spaulding, L. Husby, M. Graichen, M. Bohaboy, J. Crabb, J. Erickson, J. Bates, D. Stamm. Seventh row: D. Raney, K. Hagan, L. Laird, J. Ehman, R. Hunt, M. Wysong, N. Towne, D. Lindsey, S. Finnila, S. Hanrath, M. J. Meister, J. Richardson, M. Hunsberger, B. Alpers, Io White, S. Sanders, S. Wilkinson, M. J. Nichols, S. Woodward, G. Olman. Club This year, under the sponsorship of the Pep Club, Pee Wee Hunt presented to an enthusiastic audience, a concert of Dixieland jazz. The cheerleaders, who have been rated one of the top cheerleading squads in Michigan, are also sponsored by the Pep Club. OFFICERS Prefitievzt ----- Sherry McKian Vice-Prericlent - - Martha Needham Secretary - - - - Judy Rae Trearztref' - - Sandy Chine Back row, left to right: Carolyn Roosa, Debbie Smith, Janet Wheelock, Marilee Carroll. Front 1'0u'.' Emily Lichty, Jean Menmuir, Margo Hensel, Judy Wal ton, Joey Cowell, Jan Lehnhardt, Judy Rae, Martha Needham Sandi Clune, Mary Lynne Damoose, Sue Crabb, Sharon Raftshol Seated: Sherry McKian. Mr. Home receiving check from Pep Club ojicerr, Sberry ll'lCKfd7Z, Samir Clmze, Nlfzrrhrz Neenfbczm and Judy Rae. Pep Club Council The Council consists of all regular varsity cheerleaders, officers of the Pep Club, one elected Junior High representative, and three elected rep- resentatives from each of the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes. The Senior High representa- tives are required to have been members of the Pep Club for at least one year. The term of mem- bership is one year unless re-elected for another year. The purpose of the Pep Club Council is to plan Pep Assemblies, find ways of improving the finances, and to consider all ways of promoting school spirit. MEMBERS Sefziofxr: Sherry McKian, Martha Needham, Sandi Clune, Joey Cowell, Judy Walton, Marilee Car- roll, Emily Lichty, Janet Wheelock. Jzzvziorrf Jan Lehnhardt, Margo Hensel, Jean Menmuir, Mary Lynne Damoose, Sue Crabb, Judy Rae. Sopbomorerx Ione Southworth, Debbie Smith, Carolyn Roosa. Junior High' Sharon Raftshol. Front row, left to right: Dorothy Lindsay, Ken Bannen, Barb Longcore, Jan Lehnhardt, Toni Dolan, George Olman, Marilyn Postema, Glen Gerard, Ed Sims, Marilyn Hawkins. Back row: Mary Hunsberger, Martha Lemen, Sue Ste- hower, Sue Sanborn, Maureen Mummey, Mary Bo-Gi The Bo-Gi Council members are students elected from first hour classes in Senior High. They plan "paint-upl' and "HX-up" bees and any other functions which the Bo-Gi sponsors, such as Bo-Gi Dances and the annual dinner for both St. Francis and T. C. H. S. varsity basketball players. Schildroth, joanie Lovell, Lorraine Pleva CSL Francisj, Ray Pawloski QSt. Francisj, Brian Boje, Mr. Gerard. There abrent: Steve Arnold, Joe Eppinga, Jerry Jerome, Mike Merrill, Tom Novak, Cherrie Wares, Judy Wilson, Paul Whitelock, Joe Zimmerman. Council This year plans were formulated for a new Bo-Gi. Also, new pins were ordered for all members. To acquaint the public with the Bo-Gi, several conducted tours were sponsored. Interested adults were also invited to sit in on council meetings. Sponsors of the Bo-Gi were Mr. William Gerard, Mr. Bernard Wilson, and Mr. Richard Hoag. OFFICERS President ---- George Olman Vice-Prefidevzzf - - Toni Dolan Secretary-Treamrer - - Jan Lehnhardt Sofia! Chaifmmn - - Lorraine Pleva S I 5 'Ak i iv: Q E, ., 30 ., Q , .,,:, -W 4 3 N 2 k Z 43-GX . ' If X S xl Q, gg: 5 , i i, ?' 'Pig as-. 7,124 A Ffozzr row, left to right: Francis Bentley, Bill Springer, George Olman, Glen Gerard, Gary Beck. Center Jecticmf Gaylord Harig, Mr. Irv. Menzel, Mr, Dick Frank, Bill Hicks, Micky Joynt, Gary Keene, George Wales, Ross Biederman, Charles Round, jim Storrs, Joe Eppinga, Jerry Tompkins, Terry Stuck, Dick Williams, John Watson, john McGuffin, Steve Varsity A Varsity Club membership is available to any boy who has earned a varsity letter in any major sport. This year the club provided the school with a billboard listing the schedule of all major sports during their respective seasons. In addition to the billboard the golf team was presented with a net -fi 'MN Arnold, Jim Palmer, Lance Newman, Bob McCall, Mr. jim Ooley. Top Jecliozzf Gary Murner, Bob Penrose, Bill Mann, Grant Bannen, Bill Darling, Ed Mann, Jim Perrin, Tom Novak, Dick Brovont, Dick Bezile, Roy Youker, Ron Johnson, jirn Beebe, Bill Core, Roy Challender, Bob Amon. Club for indoor practice sessions. Along with their annual dance the Varsity Club also sponsored a hayride for its members and their dates. Under the direction of Mr. Irv. Menzel, Mr. Richard Frank, and Mr. james Ooley they strive to encourage good sportsmanship. OFFICERS Prericieizzf - ---- George Olman Vice-Preridevzt - Francis Bentley Secretfzry - - Bill Springer Trepmffferf - - - Glen Gerard Hirtomm - - - Grant Bannen Sergemzl at Arms 114 - Clare Ray Front row, left to righlx Gary Murner, Lynn Rayle, man, Fred Drulard, Irwin Sutter, Nick DeYoung Olaf Elfving, Tom Novak, George Drew. Mr. Sands. Back row: Kirt Wenzel, Lance Newman, Ross Beider- Abxent: Stanley Akey, jim Klass, Bob Stone, Dan Exo, Joe Maurer. Sportsman Club Range Officers Kitt Wenzel and Nick De Young take charge of the rifle range every Mon- day night as the members of the Sportsman Club practice target shooting. The club has more than doubled in size this year and is a member of the National Rifle Association. Before the target shooting begins a business meeting is held in which every new member is initiated by an appointed committee. Patches are on order for all members of the club to wear, OFFICERS Prericiefzl - - - - Gary Murner Vice-Prefirlemf - Lynn Rayle Secremry - - - Tom Novak Treasurer - - - - Olaf Elfving Faculty Ariviforf - Glen Sands, jim Baker 115 1 iwfliront row, left to figlotr Noreen Towne, Susan Bloch, Back row: Nanette Ealy Mary Schildroth, lone South- Kathy Kinnaird, Nancy Hiatt, Camille Brock. worth, Barbara Sleder, Barbara Kopus, Mary Ellen Miririle row: Willow Ealy, Janice Burch, Roberta Hunt, Brigman. Sharon McCall. Abrevztx Barbara Kramer. Front row, left to tight: Mary Ann Nichols, Sheri Neu- man, Kathy Karcheski, Evelyn Deering. Buck tow: Jane Wiggins, Nancy Wares, Martha Bald- win, Bethany Kramer, Sharon Kirsch. Abrentf Pat Keyser, Sue McWatters. Modern Dance The Modern Dance organization has more than doubled in size this year and has therefore divided into two groups, There is a junior group com- posed of new members and a senior group of one-year students. Throughout the year they meet to learn differ- ent body movements which are put together in the spring to form a composition for their Spring Fantasy Concert. The concert is given in con- junction with the Music Department. .VN X ws X-us X Us X f E k - l fg L 5 Q1 . Q X x x , . .E iw X 5 X- , . Q -5. A , X K' 5 N - -1. rx .Wx 3 'Q Q S 2: X X x ,X .M mn XXX: mix X X X A1 . , I A ' fn as 4 ff im, ,Af F kiwi, .f-lf ' pyj ' ' 5' , - , A 3 K Q 'S' A 1 Tran 7: .-e-'1' .- if-1' . Q X-x 'N www S SAA X SR N X N xx , A Nw,-f Q X .. x WWNN, X 4, My +A--7 . f . g, 3 wx Q-f Q W A xxfxww Q of Ski The Ski Club, under the direction of Mr. Bruce Miles, started the year with one of the largest memberships in its history. It is not in any way affiliated with the ski teams. Therefore, mem- bership is open to any student interested in skiing. The club took trips to both Sylvan Knob and Boyne Mountain during the season. -it SKI CLUB OFFICERS Pictured at left: Mr. Hoag, Bob McCall, Barb Swan, joan Lovell, John McGuffin, Mr. Miles. Club OFFICERS Prerirlevzzf ---- john MCGulIin Vice-Prefidevzz - -. Bob McCall Secrelazry - - joan Lovell T7'9df7!7'67' - - Barb Swan IIS First row, left to right: Bev Johnson, Gail Eaton, Pat Kroupa, Barb Stults, Fran Baker, Betty Shield, Mary Hall, Kenna Jean Raney, Bev Korb. Second row: Judy Jamieson, Kay Vanlipps, Jenny Drew, Donna Coates, Marilyn Postema, lla Mae Woodrow, Janet Merchant, Sondra Staten, Jean Johnson. Third row: Cathy Bushong, Sue Neiman, Judy Kib- linger, Marilyn Steffes, Sally Lewis, Charlene Hoad- Travel This year the Travel Club has an all time high membership of over 40 senior girls. Under the sponsorship of Miss Nellie Smith and Mrs. Ger- aldine Kinney the club is planning and working to finance their trip to New York city in the Spring of 1957. The purpose of the club is to enable girls, ley, Bev Carpenter, Cyrilene Grover, Judy Sears, Jo Peck. Fourth row: Miss Smith, Mrs. Kinney, Wilma Sheldon, Joey Walker, Shirley Hughes, Suzanne Gregory, Emily Howell, Pat Ohrenberger, Barb Reid, Donna Burt, Judy Bender, Marlaine Hanrath. Tlaore zzbtentx Janet Anderson, Janice Roman. Club through organized club projects, to secure money with which to travel to the clubls chosen destination. Throughout the year the Travel Club has worked on various fund-raising projects such as bake sale, a paper drive, a dance and a chili and pizza supper Ccombinedj. OFFICERS Pfefidefzzf ----- Judy Sears Vice-President - Donna Burt Secretary - - Cyrilene Grover Tfeafzwer - - Barb Reid Front row, left to right: Cliff Brunk, Dick McLean, Roberta Snyder, Janet Anderson, Bob Meyer, Bob Tanis, Mr. Miller CM.S.U. externb, Mr. Kirk. Jets The name Jets is derived from the Junior En- purpose is to with engineer- gineer Training in Schools. Its make the members more familiar ing and science. Each person produces models or their own Back row: Jim Feiker, Jen' Butwell, Stanley Steinberg, Frank Shumsky, John Gallagher. Tlaore tzbrent: Norris Anderson, Marshall Carr, Olaf Elfving. Club inventions that are entered in a state-wide contest in the Spring. The judging takes place on the Engineering Day held at Michigan State Uni- versity. Centralls club has been bringing home over half of the prizes for the last ive years. OFFICERS Captain ----- Cliff Brunk Firft Officer ---- Olaf Elfving Commmzicatiom Ojicer - Roberta Snyder Navigator - - jet Pilot - - - Marshall Carr - Bernard Kirk 120 QMorningD Upper picture. left to right: George Way, David Day, Larry Maidens, Eldon Grant, Al Carlson, Bob Griffin, Harry Fleese, Jim Ritter, Bill Mills, Dick Lemcool, Don Bellaw, Paul Lemcool, John Horn, Charles Vogue, Tim Moran lat machinej. CAfternoonD Back rozzx left to riglotx Everett Laumer, Jerry Elliott. Second roux' jerry Boggs, Gene Lautner, David Heim. First rouz' Ed Kratochvil, jerry Donner, Gary Buchan, Dick jennett, Tom Kroupa, Joe St. Pierre, Leroy Louis, Don Geiger. Az Machine: Gary Hlavka. Abtent: Paul Smith, Jim Balesh. Machine Shop The Traverse City High School Machine Shop was developed to give high school boys actual ex- perience of working in machine shops. They train in tool and die making by using such tools as lathes, shapers, surface grinders, mills and drill presses. There are two shifts of boys who take machine shop. One going in the morning and one in the 121 afternoon for three hours each. They have formed a Shop Club for each shift. The clubs take a trip to a large machine shop, stage an open house, and raise money by a scrap drive. Morning officers include Larry Lautner, Don Bellaw, David Day, and Tim Moran. Afternoon officers are Paul Smith, Jim Balesh, Dave Heim, and jerry Donner. .li From row, left to fight: Helen Wilson, Janette Lardie, Virginia McQueer, Flossie Allen, Carolyn Hanna, Maxine Rhodes, lla Sneden, Pat Matty, Joyce Strang, Shirley Hughes, Marlene Fewins, Lillian Bates, Sandra Bright, 1 ff Joyce VanDeBogart. lf b ' Bach 1'O1lf'.' Mr. Herb Olson, Mary Jane Gildarsl-ii, Marlaine Hanrath, Judy , Jamieson, Ed Sims, Bill Gray, Tom Modd, John Bremer, Roberta Freeborn, ' W A A 2 " Byron Hazelton, Joyce Ritola, Dick McWatters, Ed Fuller, Judy Bender, H J C , Janet Merchant, Bob Barley, Carolyn Lewis, Pat Bates, Larry Lautner, Bob it f Burdinie, Jim Bender. , XV ,,,, 521112 Those Ahfenlx Tom Greilick, Gary King, Shirley Lautner, Maxwell Monroe, V 2 "' if t ,,,,,,,, Al Snyder, Dennis Bush, Elaine Bunek, Myrtle Stites. i Pictzzref at left: Helen Wllfoaz, lla Sweden, Flofrie Allen, Kathleen Pzltmzm RN. and Jzlcly Jazmiefoh work with "Dzlmmyf' at MH7ZJ07Z I . 2 v fa' f HMM' Al Snyder at work in the shop. Co-op Club The Co-op Club is made up of members who work and attend school on the co- operative system under the sponsorship of H. J. Olson. The club was organized as an extra-curricular activity to enable students who have part-time jobs to meet and share in group activities. The club meets once a month for parties, business meetings, or just for a social gathering. The first meeting of the Co-op Club was held in the First Christian Church during which they planned their annual Christmas party. OFFICERS Prefirlent - - - - Byron Hazelton Vice-Prerlclehr - - - Bill Gray Secfezlzry - - - - Pat Matty Trehmrer - - Roberta Freeborn 122 Q--T -x-- xl . ...V.... ,,..-, X .. ., . Front row, left to right: Morey, Broad, I-Ierbert, McCain, Wolcon, Stafford, Settlemyre. Second row: Schaub, Bacon, S. Broad, McWethy, C. McCain, Clark, Sharon Kromer, Slepicka. Civil Air The main function of the Civil Air Patrol is to provide community service. It is the branch of the U. S. Air Force which is primarily concerned with making youth more avaiation minded. Third row: Lappo, Powell, Nick Crain, Greenlavv, Lindsey, Ivan Crain, Riskey, Wheeler. Foarth row: Denny, Steffen, Moore, Barr, Stroh. Patrol clude providing communication for the Klondike Derby, raising the flag for football games and school assemblies, Home Show, Sportsmen's Show, Paul Bunyan Fly-in, and the National Cherry Activities of the organization involve the Festival' V combination of both hard work and lots of fun. The group meets at the Capital Airlines build- Some of the activities of the Civil Air Patrol in- ing every Tuesday from 7:00 'til 9:00 oiclock. OFFICERS Squadron Commander - - joe Morey Afflftant Commander lit Flight Leader - 2nd Flight Leader 3rd Flight Leader - 123 jerry Broad - Ivan Crain - Tom Stafford - Mary Herbert Seated: Jeff Butwell. Back row: Jon Thoreson Irwin Sutter Ken Cheeseman Front row, left to rzglotx Fred Bremer, john Bays, Dick Jim Feiker, Frank Shtimsky, Bob Burdinie. Williams, John Watson, Cliff Brunk, Howard Ritt- Tbore abrentx Dave Hoppe, Jim Hoppe, Ole Ritola man, Wayne Kiser, Mr. Wilson. Ernie Mason, Ron Strait, Torn Daane. Hi-Y Club The Hi-Y is one of the new clubs at Central The club is under the direction of Mr. Bernard this year. The purpose of this service club, which Wilson. is open to all faiths, is to create and extend high 01-IFICERS standards of Christian character throughout the Preriderzz ---- Jeff Butwell school and community. Vice-President - - - Dave Hoppe Two of this years projects include helping the Senretary - John Watson Optimist Club sell Christmas trees and sponsoring Treasurer Cliff Brunk a car-wash with the proceeds going for Hungarian Chaplain - - Wayne Kiser Relief. Hiftorimz - Dick Williams ,ai -wk, -.-.F ly .Z Stmzdizzg: Leo Arthur. Seated, left to right jcffff roux' Rosemary Lemcool, Noreen Towne, Kay Jo Brown, Karen Smith. Second roux' Phil Capen, Julie Sattler, lVIary Sullivan, Bob Brown. Third rouy' Dan Stainforth, Tom Lyon, Phillip Hubbell, Wayne Kaiser. Fourth rou: Gordon Derks, Melvin Derks, Ed Hanna. Fifth r0zzf.' Mrs. Bade. Bible Club The purpose of the Bible Club is to enable Christian students to meet together in fellowship. They share one anotherls experiences and cultivate their religious interests through service to their school and community along the spiritual line. The Bible Club meets once each week, fourth hour on Wednesday, and fifth hour on Thursday. The meetings begin with a short business session which is usually followed by Devotions which includes a lecture by a guest speaker or a club member. This year the club is aiding schools in towns of the surrounding areas to start their own organizations. Another project of the Bible Club was to provide the movie "Time and Eternity," for an assembly. They also sent a fund to the Hungarian refugees. XCZQN 125 Front row: Irving Potts, Pat Tousely, Terry Puffer. Second mum' Kathleen Hagan, Willard Wilcox, Henry Bates, Pat Moore. Third row: Barbara Longcore, Pat Spaulding, Miss Lautner, Jack Dean. Fowtla row: Pete Rennie, Sharon Cunningham, Scarlet Rowe, Mary Scheffler. Junior Red Cross in Junior High Under sponsor, Miss Lautner, and secretary, Kathleen Hagan, the junior High Junior Red Cross counted and sorted enrollment supplies for county and city schools in the fall. They also made 450 tray favors for the local hospital. Each month they delivered those made by the grade and parochial schools. At Christmas time the members delivered the cookies made by the foods classes to the State Hospital. They included cards and scarves as gifts. Working with the junior Red Cross of Senior High they supervised the collecting and packing of clothes for the Save The Children Federation. Their activities also included the collecting and deliver- ing of magazines in the spring to the State Hospital. Standing: Pat Richardson. Seated, jimi row, left to right: Sharon Youker, Phyllis Wilson, Sherry Kigar, Deanna Mathews. Second row: Sandra Hanell, Noreen Towne, Janette Ehman, Third tow: Janice Hart, Diane Knoth, janet Strang, Sharon Sullivan. Fourth mum' Mary Herbert, Mrs. Burkholder, Marty Needham. Junior Red Cross Led by Advisor Mrs, Burkholder and President Pat Richardson, the junior Red Cross takes on many responsi- bilities throughout the year. At the beginning of the school year they staged an all- out membership drive and as the year progressed they gave aid at the hospital, bought Christmas presents for the Michigan Childrens Aid Society and had a bundle drive for the Save The Children Federation. The club has short weekly meetings to take care of their business. OFFICERS Preridemf ----- Pat Richardson Vice-Prerident - - Sharon Youker Secretary - - Marilyn Steffes Tredrmfer - - Connie Eaton l 3 rm 1 J' wwf' S Q Standing, left to right: Joni Lovell, Merry Samuelson, Charles Round, Judy Kiblinger, Liz Crandall. Seated: Kay Lahym, Cathy Bushong, joey Cowell, Bev Johnson, Barb Bohrer, Judy Walton Editor - Auiftant - Atirniniftration Senior Attiftant jiinior Affiftant Claftef - - Senior Atfiftant janior Affiftant Athleticf - Senior Auiftant jiinior Anittant - - - jerry Tompkins Mafia and Drania - Senior Attittant jiinior Affiftant Organization! Pines Staff - - Bev. johnson - Meredith Raftshol - - Emily Lichty Joe Zimmerman - Connie Meach Barb Bohrer - Judy Jameison - - Mary Norton - Charles Round Francis "Bevo" Bentley - Cathy Bushong Barb McKinnon - Merry Samuelson - - Kay Lahym Senior Affittant jiinior Affiftant Activities - Senior Affiftant janior Affiftant Art ---- Senior Affiftant jiinior Atfiftant Pablicity - Affiftant - C ircalation - Marilyn Miller Yvonne Dupries - - Judy Walton Nancy Axtell - - Liz Crandall - joey Cowell Sherry McKian - Ann Sogge - Cathy Kinch Lorna Richards - Sandy Clune with assistance from Senior, junior, Sophomore and Freshman salesmen Facalty Aaloifor - - - Miss Pearl Faist Photographer ---- Mr. D. H. Munro Slanding. left to right: Glenn Davis, Barbara Kroupa, Bob Breithaupt, Gary Murner, Dorthea Bugai, Jo Peck, Dorcas Sears. Jennifer Drew, Elliott Vfeitz, Sara Perketr, Lorna Richards, Gene Charest, Brian Klumpp, Paul Brownson. Seated: Sharon Logsdon, Grant Bannen, Catherine Kinch, Carole Gray. Not prerent when picture zrar taken: Sara Rose Leon- ard, Mike Brownson, Jean Peterson, Liz Crandall, Pat Havill, Sara Bacon, Louise Clune, Judy Hendges, Jean Menmuir, Sheldon Cole. Black and Gold Each week 1700 copies of the Black and Gold, Central's newspaper, are printed and distributed among the students and the faculty. Special issues published during the school year include Election Results, Christmas Qgreenb, Pep Week, St. Pat- ricks Cgreenj, April Fools, Easter, and Graduation. The paper is hnanced by an 85 cent fee to each student, the proht of the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance, selling programs at the games, the sale of Senior name cards, and advertising. The Black and Gold is a member of the Michi- gan lnterscholastic Press Association and members of the staff attended various meetings of that or- ganization here and downstate. The advisor, Mr. A. V. Williams, is State President of the MIPA this year. STAFF C0-Edizorr - Catherine Kinch, Grant Bannen Editorial Staff Nezw Editor ---- Lorna Richards - Sharon Logsdon, Sara Perkett - Jean Peterson Arrirtantf - Editorial Page - - - Feature Editor - - Carole Gray Arrirzafzt - - Sara Rose Leonard Spam Editor - - Gram Barmen Arfiftafzt ---- - Gary MUIUSI - Mike Brownson, Brian Klumpp, C olzzm nifty Sharon McKian, Joey Cowell, Jennifer Drew, Judy Kiblinger Copy Reader ----- Pat Havill Adviror - - Mr. A. V. Williams 12 Business Staff Bfffifzeri' Manager - - - Catherine Kinch A:z'z'erti5i1zg Manager - - - Eugene Charest AJ.rifla1zf.r - Elizabeth Crandall, Tony Kucera, Stan Akey, Joanne Peck Circfzlatiou Mazzagez' - - - Jennifer Drew Exchange Arfirfavzfr - Lorna Richards, Sara Perlcett Bookkeeper ----- Glenn Davis Adziroz' ---- Mrs. Lucille Clawson Associate Staff Chairman ----- Barbara Kroupa jmziorf - - Dorthea Bugai, Jean Menmuir, Dorcas Sears, Ruthann Stallord Sopbomoref - Sara Bacon, Carl Parsons, Louise Clune, Paul Brownson, Elliott Weitz, Sheldon Cole, Deanna Zeits, Karen Smith, Judy Hendges Seateilf Mrs. Morey. Strzrzriiiig, left to riglalx Deanne Matthews, Lois Lewis, Judy Arthur, Elisa Davey, August Jacobson, Carl Parsons, Aleeta Hollister, Pauline Hill, Sue Terry, and Cathy Kinch. The Challenger The Challenger is the annual literary maga- zine edited by the Challenger Club. It contains the superior poems, essays, and short stories writ- ten in English classes by the students at Central. The magazine is financed through sales, and it is subsidized by the school. The club also sponsors a contest open to all students who want to enter creative writing, art work, photographs, or pen-and-ink drawings. Teachers judge the class entries, and the club selects the final winners. STAFF Eiiizfor iii Chief - - - Cathy Kinch Arrirlarizf Editor - - Carl Parsons Arr Editor - - - August Jacobson Secretary-Treariirer - - Aleeta Hollister Eizciilty Aciififor - - Mrs. James Morey Front row, left to right: Marian Swan, Mary Brigman, Third row: Sandy Carl, Marian Neiman, Mary Huns- Bethany Kramer, Linda Feibing, Diane Groen, Marcia berger, Bonnie Alpers, Sandra Sanders, Rosie White, Pitcher, Mary Richter, Kay Wilhelm, Beverly Charest, Sharon Raftshol, Peggy Grapes, Sue Burns, Melodie Kathy Kinnaird. Greenless. Second row: Shirley Rayle, Judy Alsop, Janice Richard- Fourth row: Barbara Kopus, Susan Block, Sue Wilken- son, Jane Kurtz, Nancy Badgero, Pat Tousley, son, Marcia Clark, Jessie Cook, Alice Bushong, Janice Kathleen Hagan, Dixie Swanson, Elizabeth House, Wylie, Jennifer Neiman, Judith Ealy, Sue Wiggins, Margaret Brown. Nancy Hume, Marcie Lindstrom, Carole Green. The Watchbird The Watchbird is a bi-weekly publication edited by Junior High. The staff is composed of both eighth and ninth graders who contribute articles and illustrations for the paper. Each issue consists of 750 copies. This year members of the staff attended both an Association Meeting held in Traverse City in October and the Press Conference at Mount Pleas- ant in May. The Watchbird is financed by the advertising and subscription fees charged by the Black and Gold. STAFF Editor-in-Chief ---- Nancy Badgero Arrifttznt Editor ---- Carole Green Art Stajj' - Marcia Pitcher, Elizabeth House, Barbara Kopus, Shirley Rayle, Patricia Sears Reporterr Diane Groen, Kay Wilhelm, Nancy Hume, Judy Ealy, Nancy Reicherd, Linda Feibing, Helen Bohlk, Sue Wiggins, Jennifer Neiman, Sharon Raftshol, Beverly Charest, Bethany Kramer, Brenda Brovont, Eliene Neu- man, Kathy Hagan, Janice Wylie, Marian Swan, Sue Block, Kathy Kinnaird, Sue Burns, Ann Carr, Janet Schuster, Marcie Lindstrom, Mary Brigman, Jane Kurtz Left to right: Mr. Lockman, Steve Howard, Wendy Wardell, Connie Coddington, Lucy Mericle, Sharon Youker, Sandy Hanell, Mae Radtke, Paul Wardwell, Jeanette Ehman. Mary Loa Tlaayer ming the two-way radio to talk to ber imtractor. Driver Training "Behind the Wheel" Due to a new Michigan law, a course in driver training is essential for a person under 18 to secure a driver's license. Therefore, the driver training class has increased greatly in population. The students are taught how to h andle a car, the rules of the road, safety, and they learn about the mechanism of a car. QZQX 132 "Everybody Studies" X . Quai .J With well over 8,000 books in our two libraries, T. C. H. S. is well equipped to help students with any and all assignments. These libraries receive current issues of many magazines and daily newspapers. Miss Faist and Mrs. Schowengerdt are always ready and willing to help students with their work. Junior-Senior High Libraries Cafeteria Approximately 500 students and teachers are served hot lunches every day under the supervision of Mrs. Kopus. This year the cafeteria served not only as a lunchroom during noon hours, but during the rest of the day, classes were held there. Due to crowded conditions in the school, the cafeteria was divided into four classrooms by means of folding partitions. 133 .uv 0 WT? - - KXXXX -yn 5 . . X nr--' U Z K W W Election Week at Central Central High was turned into a miniature con- vention with classrooms serving as campaign headquartersg the study hall, auditorium, and gymnasium as the scene of party caucuses, and the halls as exhibition centers for campaign posters. The election results for the Senior Class of- ficers showed that all three parties had winning candidates. The Deep Freeze Party captured three officers: Governor, President, and Secretary. The Vice-Governor and Vice-President were both from the Hound Dog Party while the office of Treasurer is represented by the Alligator Party. The junior Hound Dog Party captured two of their officers, while the Ivy Leaguers secured the other two. The Cannonballers swept the Sophomore elec- tions, electing three of their candidates while the remaining office was filled by a candidate from the Hub Cat Party. Of course election week wouldnlt have been complete without the parties at the Bo-Gi given to influence voters. were 4 4 : Upper picture, left Z0 right: Sherry McKian, Cyrilene Grover, Coach Schuknecht, Queen Sue, Sue Gregory, and Barbara McKinnon. Sue Ann Haase was presented as the 1956 Homecoming Queen during the half-time cere- monies of the Traverse City-Ottawa Hills foot- ball game. At the dance following the game, Queen Sue received her crown from Coach Ed Schuknecht. tn:- In the from are: Crown Bearer Terry Lahym and Train Bearers Gloria Jean Ferguson and Barbara Shield. Lower pictzn'e.' Queen Sue during half-time ceremonies. The candidates had been nominated by mem- bers of the varsity football squad and were voted on by the student body. Members of her court were Sherry McKian, Cyrilene Grover, Sue Gregory, and Barbara McKinnon. V 4 x CU Governor Bill Springer anal date Margo Hemel zale to the claaperones. C25 Exchange .ftaclent Brian Boje, Mary Norton, Bob McCall, ancl Nancy Feiker enjoy the Grand March. C55 Glen Gerarcl, foni Lovell, Paul Anleenon, anzl Cyrllene Grover taking part in llae Grand March. C43 Time oat for panda. C55 My! What a pretty lie. C65 Vice Governor Grant Bannen and clale Kay Reclell enjoy a clance. C7DDancing if fan iJn't it? C85 The pancn line, C95 Let'.r Jil tbif one oat. Rhapsody in Blue The annual Christmas Formal, presented by the Senior Class, took place on December 27, 1956, in the big gym which was decorated in blue and silver. The little gym was used for refreshments. Music was furnished by Eddie Owens and his orchestra. 136 CID Red Jobnxonk Band in action, C23 Admiring the center- N piece. CBJ Say! Thix if a Jwitcla. C45 Refreflament time, 1 CSD Shall we dance? W 4 Y in I 5 Midnight Fantasy The Prom was presented by the Junior Class on May 12, 1956. Music was provided by Red Johnson, former T. C. H. S. student, and his orchestra. 137 . UM WC Q f J. 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