Trenton High School - Monguagon Yearbook (Trenton, MI)

 - Class of 1949

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Cullin, Mr. Hyatt, B. Cooke, P. Cousineau, V. Lagers, B. Scott, P. Ander- ton, R. Smlth, H. Witte, J. Teifer, M. l-Ienry, R. Price, B. Carey, R. Detlor, P, Timmins, J. Julian, H. Brown, L. Powell, D. Burt, J. Laub, R. Lilley, J. Stater, J. Ennis. Sitting: J. Finnigan, G. Lehmann, J. Burbo, J. Kindt, J, Domke, M. Mulhelsen, B. Scott, J. Antelope, R. Monte, D. Schmidt Senior Pictures Athletic Section Pubusmng- - Makeup ---------- Publicity -------------- - - - Sales ----- ---------------- Senior Script - - - Snap Shots- - - Photography - - - Treasurer- - - Junior Section - - - Advisor ---- - Monguagon Staff -Editor --------------- ------- C hrissle MacDonald Art ---- Joyce Kindt, Charles Palge, Jerry Teifer, Phyllis Couslneau - Glenn Lehmann, George Cullin, Joe Stater Ray Monte, Davld Schmidt John Finnigan - -Joyce Domke, Florence Witte, Virginia Lagers - - - - - Jean Burbo, Peggy Anderton - Roy Price, Bob Detlor, Huntly Boyd Classes ----- ------ B arbara Scott, Bill Scott Organizations - ---- Marilyn Kllngel, Janet Ennis - Mary Jo Mulheisen, Peggy Fimmlns, Jim Julian, Harris Brown Fred Ryalls, Bob Lilley, Dwight Burt, Russell Smith, John Laub, Berkley Cook - - - - - Betty Carey, Margaret Henry, Bernice Richards, Lois Powell ------------ JeanAntelope Bill Scott, Janet Emmls, and all Juniors ----,----------Mr.I-Iyatt 5 WW is , 2 wg 1 ,.......,-.M I I YP . ' s- -Q 3 1' V Q. D 1 ---Nm hu: W3 J slail 132: fr 1 Q ! I 3 I' I ,k- ,Nj -. , x 1 1 1 Administration BOARD OF EDUCATION Left to Right: Mr. Wurster, Mr. Burley, Miss Knight, Mr. Blanks, Mr. Roper, Mr. Stackhouse, Mr. Taylor W. C. Taylor, Superintendent T. F. Sundquist, Principal W. D. Farrer, Assistant Principal 6 faculty Standing: Mr. Nielsen, Mr. Griswold, Mr. Muller, Mr. Rieher, Mr. Leiter. Seated: Mr. Schuyler, Miss Dow, Mrs. Krusell, Mrs. Kerr, Miss Needham, Mr. jolly A'lm1s..11-1 Mr. Malinowski, Miss Hornshaw, Mr. Iaroch, Mr. Wendt Standing: Mr. Hyatt, Mr. Hawn Seated: Mr. Catt, Mr. Righi, Mrs. Ludwig, Miss Lindsey, Miss Long, Mr. Slonaker, Mr. MacLaugh1in 7 faculty Mr. Chamberlin Miss Garton, Mrs. Affolter OFFICE Miss Charron, Mrs. Gibbons, Miss Pfaff, Miss Knight CUSTODIANS Mr. Barden, Mr. Sutherby, Mr. Kohler, Mr. LaBo, Mr. St. Onge, Mr. Batten 8 1 8 'DVS rf" was-Q X12 Wfisnsnw W.. J, Sw. 4, Q 1 I I E X X KN ' 1 Q K Km Y SSM ,f if-Q I H , 'f F5 ,f .4 J X Xi! U V 9 J x ' N QE? W5 12 K ff ' l W' 'X-XNXX N x Mn I MKGFK' X xy 5 R x J Yi, rl , W llilimnm hu ' mil X ' 5 ,fm 5 ii: f N. 6 :r PS ,WM- f '1 FL Nxiwff A B 5 V r, '1,! r IM, M: X4 . . , f 1 A K-HF Senior Ufficors and Sponsors Huntly Boyd: President of the class, has participated in swimming and track. He is also president of the Varsity Club and co-captain of the swim- ming team. Roy Price: Our class vice-president for two years, a star in football and debate, and a member of the Mogggaggn staff. Chrissie MacDonald: Secretary of the class for two years, editor of the , and an active member of Teensters and Glee Club. """'-' Margaret Henry: Treasurer of the Senior Class, active in dramatics, secretary of Thespians, and member of Glee Club. Class Motto--- 'With the ropes of the past we will ring the bells of the future.' Class Flower- Rose L Class Colors-- Red and White HIGHLIGHTS OF 1948-1949 The first exciting event which happened was the shock of seeing our picture proofs. After ordering and receiving the final pictures, however, everyone agreed that the results were pretty good. The Christmas assembly was the next highlight of our big year, and a big success--everyone enjoying the carols, the Senlor choir, and the Christmas play, 'A Miracle for Mary". Returning from our Christmas vacation, we rushed to make final preparations for our Senior Prom. After some debating, the class settled on the theme, 'The Blue Room", and with Jerry Teller in charge of the decorations, the Prom was a big success. The musical background was furnished by Ray Oberschault. Toward the end of January there was also a rush to meet the Mongggon deadline, with all members working earnestly to make this year's Huggy the best ever. We now look forward to the final activities of our Senior year, Recognition Assembly, Bac- calaureate, and Commencement--the flnal farewell to fam' wonderful years in Slocum Truax High School. CLASS SPONSORS Mr. Hyatt: Science, 41333 advisor, and di- rector of our Senior activities. 1 Mr. Hawn: Mathematics, the coach of the school's bowling team. Mr. MacLaughlin: English, a newcomer to Slocum Truax High School, helps lead Senior activities. Miss Garton, Knot presentl: Language, and director V of our Christmas play. 15 Seniors JAMES AGNEW 'I have a voice,, but why wear it out?' PEGGIE ANDERTON 'Witty and sweet, just me girl you'd like to meet." GEORGE ANGEL 'A man of reason, but never too busy to see the bright side of a situation! JEAN ANTELOPE 'Her ways are ways of pleasantnessf' NADINE ARTHURS 'Clever, cute, and full of pep," IDA MARY BAKER 'A Url of few words." EVELYN BERGMOCBER 'A friendly disposition brings its owner many frlendsf' MARILYN BIDLEMAN 'Quiet but studiousd' STEWART BLAIR 'Let me sleep, and I will be content! RONALD BLOCK 'Not too short and not too tall, just a fellow liked by all." HUNTLY BOYD 'A world without sports :ls not a world.' JOHN BUHL 'We know him by the noise he doesn't make." JEAN BURBO 'Some people wake up and find they are famous, I wake up and find Pm late! DWIGHT BURT 'The fairer sex affect me not." FRANK CABA 'Never a frown, never a word, no 1.11 of him was ever heard." BETTY CAREY 'Gladly a willing hand she'll lend, and always to her work sincerely bend! ROSEMARY CARMICHAEL 'Full of fun with love for mischief! CLAYTON COHOON 'Nothing interferes with my educa- tion, not even my studies." 174 Seniors MARGARET COUSINEAU 'A quiet girl but quite a girl! NANCY CROFTS 'She's full of pep as she can beg her equal you're not apt to see." GEORGE CULLIN 'T'would not be surprising if he should surprise the world.' ROBERT DENNIS 'If you can't hear him, it's not your ears, but his shyness.' RITA DENNBON 'Her character is as golden as her hair." CHARLES DOMKE 'It may be said of thls young lad--a better friend was never had." JOYCE DOMKE 'See her motions, watch her step, watch her give the crowd the pep.' RALPH ENDICOTT 'The combined qualities of a man and an athlete." GARY FIELDS 'I never dare tobe as fumxy as I can." JOHN FINNIGAN 'ln him it was natural to please! LYLE FORD "lt's fum to study--P11 bet." ELAINE FOSTER 'The more you know her, the better you like her.' LAURA FRANK 'She loves to talk, but not very loud.' VIRGINIA GUIDO 'Be it bright or be it dreary, you will find her cheery." ROBERT HALL 'Behind that quiet look is a quick and willing spirit? DAVID HAMEL 'My car is my best friend! ALICE HELLRUNG 'True to her work, her word, and her friends! RICHARD HENDERSON 'A tisket, a tasket, he scored another basket." 15 , A E f e f 2'-I P I t 3' 2 fl 5' ewf X EN .4 .M I - , ff: , ' ax I ia, 15" , ... . A t -4 I Seniors MARGARET HENRY 'Always a smile, cheerful and gay, a friendly gal with a friendly way." MARY LEE HERMANN 'Quiet and retiring so--what to write we do not know." BETTY HOLLOWAY 'Little said is soonest mended." LEONARD HOWLETT 'A quiet manner but there is fun in his heart. Q D DONNA HUNTER 'She is certain to be seen wherever fun and mischief beam." VIVIAN JACOBY 'She has a mind of her own and a voice to express it.' ALBERT JOHNSON 'A merry man is he, and a friend to you and me." BEVERLY JONES 'She aims high and always hits her mark." GEORGE KASTUR.A 'Sometimes I sit and think, and sometimes I just sit." JOYCE KINDT 'The world's no better if we worryg life's no longer if we hurry? LEO KLAES 'Studious in all his work, he is never known to shirk." MARILYN KLINGEL 'Jollity and friendliness she in a- bundance doth possess." GABRIEL KLUPACS 'Always a good fel1ow.', JAMES KNIGHT 'I remember well those lessons, but as for what I learned, that's a question." MARK KNIGHT 'Don't try to estimate what there is in a quiet person.' NONDIS KURETH 'I hate scarce smilesg I love laughing." DONNA LA FROMBOISE 'Full of fire and mischief, too, doing things she shou1dn't do.' VIRGINIA LAGERS 'No entertainment is so cheap as reading nor any pleasxu-e so lasting! 16 31' 1 ,f My , " , n K 6 .55 Seniors PAUL LAGINESS 'Take things easy, worry not, and hap- piness wlll be your lot." JOHNNY LAUB 'He wears a smlle you can see a mlle.' AUBREY LAZARZ 'Often he ha burned the midnight oll but not for study." GLENN LEHMANN 'He always makes class average hlgh.' WILLIAM LE SAGE 'Life is just one darn thing after another." EDWARD LEZOTTE 'I worry nobody--no, not I--and no- body worries me." ROBERT LILLEY 'My only books are women's looks.' MARGIE LUDWIG 'Always around, never loud, just as quiet as a little bird." CHRBSIE MAC DONALD 'A pretty glrl who's also smart --with a smile to warm the coldest heart.' WILLARD MC CUAIG 'My idea of an agreeable person is one who agrees with me." GLENN MALONE 'To the boy with red hair, hazel eyes, and freckled sking may his color never fade." ROBERT MCWILLIAMS 'All the world's a stage, and I do my part--cutting up.' JAMES MEREDITH 'Life is one big party! MARIAN MILES 'She's just the kind whose nature never varles.' JEAN MITCHELL 'Always the same, never different, a friend to all, enemy to none.' RAYMOND MONTE 'Don't try to convince meg I have my own ideas." BETTY MOORE "Quiet, unruffled, always the same, like some sweet picture in a frame." MARY JO MULHEISEN 'She'd fight a rattlesnake and get in the first two bltes.' 17 Seniors BETTY NAGEL 'Whatl no boys in heaven? Well, then, leave me here." MARY ANN NEUBECKER 'A merry lass with a pleasant smile, her pep and fun are always in style." DOLORES NIERGARTH 'Napoleon too was small." KENNY OATES 'A baseball whiz is this senior ladg more like him we wish we had." WILLIAM OESTRIKE "He speaks not when there is noth- ing to say.' CHUCK PAIGE 'His fame as an athlete will always shine." RICHARD PARKER 'A likable fellow with a likable way." LILLIAN POMRENKE 'The world's call is stronger than school's." ROY PRICE 'Where success can be achieved, there lies his destination." VIRGINIA PRYOR 'All work and no fun is not thellfe for me." NICHOLAS RADAKOVICH 'Every day is ladies' day with me." RUTH RAPP 'A pretty face, a winning smile, a friend- ship that is really worthwhile! ROBERT RAY 'Better to be idle than not to be well oc- cupied." ALFRED REICKEL 'Full of fun and merry as the day is long." MADELYN RENAUD 'Her hair that lay along her back is as beautiful as the sunset." BERNICE RICHARDS 'She'll make somebody a good sec- retary." FLORENCE ROCCA 'May your joys be as deep as the ocean and your sorrows as light as the foam," DENNIS RUDESILL 'Not lazy, I just don't feel like working." 18 ' Q X ' ' . fit, Seniors FRED RYALLS 'Good in all sports and a good sport too.' MARILYN SASH 'Quiet to those who know her not, Jolly to those who do.' JEAN SAVAGE 'A lass nO Mat with a smile so sweet." PAT SCHEFFLER 'Early to bed, early to riseg lyawnl darn those guys." DAVID SCHMIDT 'Give me an audlenceg I want to speak a word or two.' LILLIAN SCHNEIDER 'When you see red hair, beware." BARBARA SCOTT 'It's nice to be nice when you're naturally nice.' DOLORES SHABINAW 'l love the sports well.' JAMES SHADOAN 'Allgoodthlngs come to him who waits! ROBERT SHEA 'For all you may meet, Bob will be hard to beat.' JAMES SHERRARD 'Why work hardand go mad, when- ever there is fun to be had.' ROBERT SIEGEL 'I love workg it fascinates me. I can sit and look at it for hoursl' EARL SIENS 'Happy am Ig from care Pm freeg why aren't all contented like me?" MARY CATHERINE SIMMONS 'An innocent face, but you never can tell." GRACE SMITH 'A smiling face and twinkling eyeg you simply cannot pass her by.' JOYCE STACKHOUSE 'Beneath the surface lay, a heart sincere." JERRY STEPHENS 'Tell me the way to gain knowledge without studying! SHIRLY STROCHINE 'Like a sundial she records only sunny hours." 19 9 ' + n .iight sm, ' 23 5 Y fro. L E Seniors IANET TEFEND 'A blush is beautiful but often incon- venient." JERRY TEIFER 'Pm not so very tall, but Pd rather be short than not at all." RICHARD TESKA 'A fine athlete and a swell fellow! EDWARD THOMAS 'My moment has arrived--I graduate I' MARILYN THOMPSON 'Her heart is like the moon-there's a man in it." RUTH TOWNSEND 'There's a lot of fun beneath her quietness? BILL TROVINGER 'Why shouldwe live if not to enjoy it?' PAUL TURNER 'What' sthe use of moving when the world moves for you?" , KATHLEEN TURNER 'Love makes the world go 'round.' LOUIS VAUGHN 'Make much of me girlsg good men are scarce." MARGARET WARRINER 'She hasn't much to say, but yet she's friendly in her way." EDWARD WILLIAMS 'Every deck has a j0ker.' ROBERT WILLIAMS 'A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men." DONN WITHEY 'Let's give a cheer, girlsg look who's here." FLORENCE WITTE 'Good things come in small packages, and so does dynamite." ROBERT WORRICK 'Although the last, far from the least.' 20 Class Will We, the class of nineteen hundred and forty-nine, being of sound mind do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament. We, the class of nineteen hxmdred and forty-nine, bequeath to the classes following in our footsteps, the illustrious characteristics distinctive of our superior class. I..- JIM AGNEW fPretty Boyl will Larry McCalla the welding shop. PEGGIE ANDERTON fAndyJ will my driver's license to Steph Fenner. GEORGE ANGEL lSnooksJ will my pull with Mr. Righi to Romde Angel. JEAN ANTELOPE Ueannel will my ability to cut straight to Joe Stater. NADINE ARTHURS tDeanyJ will my grueling gym periods to Janice Webster. IDA MARY BAKER lPunkl will my instrumental lessons to anyone who wants them. MARILYN BIDLEMAN will my ability to stay awake third hour to Ray Greenup. STEWART BLAIR fSpeedJ will my English book to Don Moen. RONALD BLOCK KRonnieJ will my trumpet and solo chair to Joe Stater. HUNTLY BOYD CDocJ will my understanding of Mr. 'Mac's" sense of humor to the Juniors. EVELYN BERGMOOSER KEvieD will my curly hair to Mary Lou Taylor. JOHN BUHL Uackl will my quietness in English class to Mr. MacLaughlln. JEAN BURBO fBeanleJ will my ability to get to school on time to Joan Weedon. DWIGHT BURT tBurtumJ will my bachelor ability to the Junior boys. FRANK CABA 1Frankiel will my ability to get along with girls to Larry 'Randy' McCalla. BETTY CAREY 1BettsJ will my height to Vera Baldoni. ROSEMARY CARMICHAEL tRosieJ will my debate box and my negative speech to Dorothy Mlnor. CLAYTON COHOON lClayD will Trenton High School back to the Indians CCleveland, that isl. MARGARET COUSINEAU CPegl will nothing, and anyone can have it all. NANCY CROFTS tNanJ will my ability to get along with Mr. Farrer to Joan Sundqulst. GEORGE CULLIN Gorgeous, will my tennis ability to Lester Turner. ROBERT LEE DENNIS CHoneyJ will my cross-country ability to Dickie Roberts. RITA DENNISON flleetl will my freckles and blond hair to Jo Petta. JOYCE DOMKE lCrlscoJ will my nickname to Lester Turner. CHARLES DOMKE iChuckJ will my ability to go through school ln five years to Darrel. RALPH ENDICOTT fGeneJ will my ability to get along with Mr. Muller to any Junior. GARY FIELDS fGayJ will to the old gang in band my persuasive powers over "Gov', JOHN FINNIGAN QTackyJ will my nickname to any other Flnnigan to come to this school. LYLE FORD CDiggerD will my place as a Senior to Ray Winters. ELAINE FOSTER fFrostbiteJ will my cheering ability to Pat Coakley. LAURA FRANK CTootsJ will my unused Economics book to Bill Morrow. VIRGINIA GUIDO CGlnnyj will my naturalness to Sharron McCrory. ROBERT HALL fBobD will my height to Bob Cousineau the needs itl. DAVID HAMEL fSplderJ will my 'Black Spider' to my brother. ALICE HELLRUNG KAD will my short locker to any girl with a long coat. RICHARD HENDERSON Qblckj will my best years of high school to my brother. MARGARET HENRY lMaggleD will my ability to keep my clothes to Peggy Timmins. MARY LEE HERMANN lMaryD will my second year of Shorthand to anybody who wants it. BETTY HOLLOW AY fPegJ will my class attendance to Alice Butler. LEONARD HOWLETT Ulmj will my track shoes and track ability to my brother Dave. DONNA LEE HUNTER fBebeJ will my ability to irk the teachers to anyone who will take lt, JOANNE JACOBY U01 will my typing rate on one minute time tests to Mary Stevens. ALBERT JOHNSON KAIJ will my 'Baby' blue eyes to my brother. BEVERLY JONES Uonesyl will my math books to Jerry Besterman. GEORGE KASTURA lGeorg'lsl will my place on Teensters to my sister Barbara. JOYCE KINDT will my future sketching trips in art to Phyllis Cousineau. LEO KLAES fOleoJ will my height to Bobbie Bosman. MARILYN KLINGEL lLynnl will my dimples to 'Susie' Cunningham. GABRIEL KLUPACS fGubbyJ will my love for Coach Wendt to Dick Fisher. JAMES KNIGHT KKillerD will my keen eyesight to Robert Detlor. MARK KNIGHT QMarcusD will my name 'Marcus Qulntus' to some poor Latin victims. NONDIS KURETH lNonnlel will my job as squad girl in 5th hour gym to Norman Barnsdale. DONNA LA FRAMBOISE tShortyl will my ability to play Soccer to Peggy Timmins. VIRGINIA LAGERS Uennyl will my English book to some unfortunate Junior. PAUL LAGINESS will my Civics book to anybody who wants it. JOHN LAUB fHobbyl will Bob Lilley's picture to Janet Ennis. AUBREY LAZARZ will my silver work shoes to Larry McCalla. GLENN LEHMANN tStupidD will my art ability to Sharron McCrory. 21 Class Will BILL LE SAGE 1Redl will my experience as a welder to someone who can use it. ROBERT LILLEY Clzzyl will my curly hair to Tom Thompson. MARGIE LUDWIG fSnaiD will my blue eyes to Jo Petta. CHRISSIE MACDONALD lChrlsD will my studious nature to Norman Barnsdale. GLEN TRAVIS MALONE fLeftyJ will everything I own to anybody that wants it. WILLARD MC CUAIG QMacJ will my car to 'Spike' MacLellan to take his girl friends out. ROBERT MCWILLIAMS Klbflcklel will my shotgunto Mr. Sundqulst. JAMES MEREDITH fDizzyl will my nickname to Bill Scott. MARIAN MILES 1MayoD will my ability to keep out of certain 'Seniors' business to Norman Craanen. JEAN MITCHELL Ueanlel will my cheerleading ability to Ed Morgan. RAYMOND MONTE fRayl will Mr, Smmdquist my curly hair. BETTY JANE MOORE KBetty Boopl will my size seven gym shoes to Elaine MacArthur. - MARY JO MULHEISEN U01 will Coach Brewer an eighty room apartment house. ELIZABETH NAGEL fBettel will a big fat smooch to Herbie Markleln. MARY ANN NEUBECKER KMikeJ will my captainship in gym to Ariel Miller. DELORES NIERGARTH CSunshineJ will my 'love' of history to Connie Block. KENN OATES KK. OJ will my yellow suspenders to Dan Ball. WILLIAM OESTRIKE fWild Bllll will my wlldness to anybody that wants it. CHARLES PAIGE lChuckl will my pitching control to Mr. Wendt. RICHARD PARKER 1DickJ will my position on the basketball team to Lester Turner. LILLIAN POMRENKE lLill will my ability to get along with boys to Shirley Underwood. ROY PRICE 1Funny Facel will my nickname 'Fmmny Face' to Shirley Underwood. VIRGINIA PRYOR lGlnnyJ will all my boy friends to Doris. NICHOLAS RADAKOVICH fNickJ will my ability to get along with the pretty girls to Ed Morgan. RUTH JOY RAPP fRuthieJ will my dimples to Mr. Malinowski. ROBERT RAY KBobD will my six feet three inches to Ray Bradd. MADELYN L. RENAUD fFrenchieJ will my long locks to Dorothy Phillips. ALFRED REICKEL fAggiel will my ability to skip school to Holly Pfaff. BERNICE RICHARDS fBarneyJ will my set of lungs to anyone who needs them at next year's games. FLORENCE ROCCA fRockyD will three more years of short snappy bus rides to Sylvia Richardson. FRED RYALLS lBarrell will my throwing arm to 'Glass Arm', Mr. Wendt. JEAN SAVAGE Ueanniel will my front seat in the school bus to Donna Mahoney. ETHEL SCHEFFLER lPatJ will my wardrobe to Jo Ann Smith. LILLIAN SCHNEIDER fRedJ will my natural straight red hair to Allan Rigley. BARBARA SCOTT CBarbl will my bashfulness to David Bloomer. DOLORES SHABINAW lDottyJ will my freckles to Mary Lou Taylor. 'JIM SHADOAN KGimbol will my '29 'hot rod' to anybody who can make the durn thing run. ROBERT SHEA fBobJ will hope I graduate. JIM SHERRARD fHenryl will my ability to -get along with Wyandotte girls to Bucky Nagel. ROBERT SIEGEL fBobD will my 'fhot rod' driving technique to Glen Crock, EARL SIENS will my way of getting alongwlthMr.Muller to some lucky guy getting in Welding Shop. MARY CATHERINE SIMMONS fscottyl will my experiences abroad to Mary Staniger. GRACE SMITH lGracieJ will my laugh and good humor to Mr. Slonaker. JOYCE STACKHOUSE KSt21:kl will my ability to do Shorthand to my Sister. GERALD LEE STEPHENS Uerryl will my talents to any lucky Junior who needs them. SHIRLEY STROCHINE KEmmaJ will my parking place to anyone who wants it. JANET TEFEND Uayl will my happy-go-lucky outlook on life to Ray Richardson. JERRY TEIFER fTeifj will leave quietly. RICHARD TESKA KPuddy Tatl will all my sports to Pud. EDWARD THOMAS KRomeol will my dimples to Eugenia Lukasik. MARILYN THOMPSON will my ability to play the piano to the very talented Lucille Dotson. RUTH A. TOWNSEND CRudy7 will my parking place to Glen Turner. BILL TROVINGER fMeatbalD will my English book and seat to any poor guy who can stand it. PAUL C. TURNER fGrouchoJ will my height and style of winning to Ray Bradd. LOUIS E.VA UGHN lLouieJ will my musical talent to Bob Brown and my sense of humor to Joe Stater. MARGARET WARRINER fl-'lipsl will my ability to catch an extra forty winks in the morning to Mr . Farrer. EDWARD WILLIAMS lEdl will my ability to shoot ducks to 'Tucker' Martin. DONN WITHEY fPreacherD will my Bible on how to play football to brother Thomas. FLORENCE WITTE KFloJ will my ability to get along with Phoebe Wiseman as a majorette to Joanne Smith. BOB WORRICK lMortimerj will all my talent and ability to any poor sucker. 22 xxx 1-3: f 7 r 15 MD B, j' ll'-.LS l 19'r G5 gg om N u o N g ggg KLHFTE M CL is? Q 753 I 1: ,f v X db fy "fr ks f JY I-JW-it Q- LL! X QLAQ TOYQQCTYESS Mg5?POg f-QA gy? fix' LA : D A : 1 adj ., , , 'ax Fi' Q!jefw'Q1m . ' ' JP Uvfw-5 W dw" 2512? Ma M CAR RES Gt-49 D RES SED fic cLA5s It Wm M 3325 Juniors . 'ol , f 1' . I l Q Left to right: R James Stackhouse Vice-President, Lois Powell, R Secretary, Carolyn Truax, Treasurer, Robert Detlor, President. In September of 1948, there strolled into the old but unforgotten halls of T. H. S. 143 students, who are now Juniors. This marked a new day in the history of our honored institution. Though the class of '50' d1dn't quite know where they were, they showed promise of greatness. There was little chance to show their talent until they presented the junior play called TQ Night Q lanuary 16th. They have fulfilled their promise and more on the gridiron, in the classroom, and on the dance floor. We predict that the I-Hop will be the best formal dance ever. We predict that in our Senior year, the sports triumphs will be greatly increased. Our Senior Christmas play and Prom will be 'tops". Our class, which entered these sacred portals quietly, will leave Trenton High greatly enriched by our presence. SPONSORS Left to right: Mr. Robert Catt, Miss Virginia Long, Mr. C. F. Leiter, Miss Sally Needham, Mr. Iohn Right. 25 Juniors , 2 f ' I P Back row, left to right: A. Brooks, P. Cousineau, D. Bell, E. Boyce, B. Cullln, A. Domke, B. Cooke, N. Barnsdale, G. Bosman, B. Boughner, I. Crawford, R. Detlor, Mr. Righi. Front row: Mr. Crock, P. Cox, C. Boismier, C, Baker, C. Stephens, K. Cinderlch, B. Cameron, M. A. Dossey, I. Bisnett, C. Block, S. Bourassa, M. Brown. KD. Bielec and I. Barnes, not presentJ I 1 a re . 5 AB. Back row, left to right: Ian Frost, Richard Howlett, Arnold Herrmann, Kenneth Gorno, Thomas Garrison, Bryce Graham, John Keller, Charles Gabrielson, Phil Ellias, Phillip Horner, Bill Gannaway, Richard Fisher, Miss Long. Front row: Donna Hashley, Marilyn Graham, Janet Ennis, Joanna Furlong, Waynetta Freels, Gail Gibbs, Iaynte Johnson, Rosemary Hunter, Mary Ruth Dotson, Gloria Gratiot, Corinne Durham, Pat Hall, Rose Hendershot. QMary Arme Drozdowski, Helene Forcier, Ray Greenup, not presentj 26 Juniors nt!! AQ Back row, left to right: Don Mexicotte, Larry McCalla, Charles LaFayette, james Leedy, Bill Matthews, Tim Lezotte, Chester Martin, Edward Morgan. Second row: Ralph King, Gerald Kortfelt, Milton Layson, Iim Kenyon, Tom Martin, James Lawn- ichak, Wilbat Lucas, Bob La Framboise, james Leonard, Boris Kosacheff, Don Larsen. First row: Jesse Marcum, Dorothy Minor, Virginia Maszatics, Sharron McCrory, Aurelia Lory, Lily Milligan, Marlene LaBo, Ethel Maclntyre, Ioan Marsh, Mr. Leiter. Ullberta MacLellan, Wallace McCuaig, Don Meyer, Robert Miller, not present.D 'X 7 S Back row, left to right: I. Stackhouse, R. Ray, F. Smith, F, Seneski, 1. Wood, Fourth row: B. Scott, B. Murdoch, I-I. Nelson, N. Steffke, R. Vogt, I. Nowland, J. Wilson, R. Smith, T. Thompson. Third row: B. Ouellette, L. Powell, E. Rodgers, C. Workman, G. Noland, A. Schuster, D. Wollney, D. Roberts, I. Stater, D. Van Wallaghen, D. Penn, C. Richardson, R. Winter. Second row: Mr. Catt, C. Venier, P. Wiseman, S. Yake, 1. Smith, P. Timmins, 1. Petta, D. Teschendorf, 1. Sperling, I. Weedon, C. Truax, F. Staniger, D. Stark, A. Pluskat, P. Rahn, H. Sledge, Miss Needham. First row: F, Wild, B. Wild, M. Stevens, I. Radford, P. Meyers, V. Scharboneau, I. Sundquist, H. Seal, S. Pragert, B. Ray, I. Wolfe, M. Thomas. QL. Richer, P. Smith, S. Underwood, not presentJ 27 Junior play CAST Back row, left to right: D. Boyd, G. Fields, B, Cook, W. McCuaig, P. Muller, 1. Julian, B Mathews, R. Smith, F. Smith, D, Gelina, B. Detlor, 1. Swanson, Third row: Mr. Leiter, R. Greenup, M. LaBo, P. Timmins, B. Ouellette, D. Stark, I. Petta, S. Yake, A. Lory, M. Dossey, L. Powell, R. Monte. Second row: B. Kosacheff, D. Larsen, B. Scott, I. Wilson, F. Yost, B. Gaxmaway, B. Siegel, J. Keller, 1. Stater, D. Howlett. First row: M. Stevens, P. Cousineau, M. Henry, M. Dotson, D. Bell, L. Milligan, F. Staniger, D. Minor, I. Marcum. fLouis Vaughn, 'not present.J THE NIGHT OF IANUARY 16 28 V Sophomores Back row, left to right: G. Haase, E. Kovach, R. Lang, N. Lagers, D. Kornacki, D. Furlong, B. Hamel, R. Engel, R. Celina, I. Iullan. Fourth row: E. Lemerand, I. Miles, L. Hawn, B. Goldi, P. Ludwig, D. Moen, E. McLellan, D. Lampshlre, W. Justin, A. Foster, I. Knight, W. Gibbs. Third row: B. Messer, N. Mann, A. Miller, L. Matthews, I. Marshall, P. Gould, S. Fenner, P. Halning, D. Mahoney, P. Kortfelt, D. Maclntyre. Second row: Mrs. Kerr, D. Killian, D. M. Lange, M. J. Lezotte, 1. Gormley, D. Holloway, B. Klnde, H. Holmes, E. Mayle, C. Green, 1. Leedy, M. Lemon, D. Lawnichak, Mrs. Krusell. First row: E. McArthur, D. Lezotte, E. names, E. M. Jackson, I. Gormley, L. Mazatlcs, D. Glanzman, R. M. Metzger, S. Story, M. Fisher, I. Holden, C. Freiberg, M. Kastura, CNot present, Nathalie Glaser, Darlene Lezotte, Russell Livernois, Helen MllllmanJ Hr-ef' Back row: A. Rigley, A. Regal, R. Winter, G. Renaud, W. Peck, J. Swanson, F. Yost, B. Sylvester, N. Wright, B. Morrow, E. Nlesen, R. Richardson, B. Thomas. Third row: I. Welkenback, W. Thomas, D. Renner, A. Rinna, L. Smith, R, Nowland, S. Piunti, D. Raymer, R. Martin, B. Radcliffe, B. Teifer. Second row: Mr. Slonaker, J. Webster, A. Smith, M. Stanlger, 1. Van Heusen, N. Starkey, M. Williams, A. Sayles, B. Rowe, H. Price, L. Turner, R. Wlthey, R. Rebandt, Mrs. Ludwig. First row: B. Rhodes, D. Robinson, M. Tarr, B. Steiner, I. Stackhouse, D. Shirmer, L. Riddick, D. Phillips, M, Taylor, I.Wllcox, S. Townsend, N. Thornton, B. Palmer. U. Nagel, T. Bruzek, I. Newsome, R. Reid, A. Schoen, I. Thlbault, H. Ward, not present.J 51 Sophomoros Back row, left to right: E. Bellew, B. Britton, D. Ball, D. Boyd, B. Buhl, D. Bennet, R. Angel, B. Dussia, D, Bloomer, N. Bartel, I. Bigham, D. Daddario. Third row: G. Begeman, A. Agnew, H. Brown, I. Barnes, D. Dunnigan, I. Crofts, R. Cook, G. Downey, G. Crock, N. Craanen, R. DeLano, D. Deerfield, R. Dow, I. Blair. Second row: Mr. Malinowski, I. Crock, H. Dinoff, I. Clmrchill, R. Duncan, I. Bishop, A. Butler, G. DeGarmore, P. Bastien, B. Brooks, D, Detlor, B. Bevis, I. Chastain, L. Cross, J. Butt, Mr. Griswold. First row: D. Denno, N. Champeon, S. Cxmningham, P. Compeau, P, Coakley, C. Durham, A. Adler, Ann Batten, G. Bidleman, D. Dorr, C. Cousineau, P. Cook, V. Baldoni. fMe1vin Kline, Bob Brown, not presentJ freshman Back row, left to right: I. McCuaig, D. Leege, L, Pomrenke, M. Munro, D. McCa11a, E. Lukasik, I. Matthles, G. Mullan, B. Houston, E. Welch. Fifth row: I. Masserant, I. McGuire, M. Richman, R, Knight, 1. Morden, H. Pfaff, D. Laginess, I. Morgan, I. Lyons, P. Jones, R. Fauser, D. Lazarz. Fourth row: R. Martin, G. Reckinger, M. Johnson, W. Russow, D, Pier, D. Starkey, L. Shaul, G. Lowe, R. Forsythe, L. Gonlea, D. Flaishans, G. Shields, D. Miles. Third row: Mr. Wendt, D. George, F. LeSage, B. Green, G. Reid, S. Richardson, B. Moose, S. Mooneyhan, B. Powell, 1. Moreland, M. Miller, G. Knopes, I. Griffin, B. Cohoon, Mr. Miller. Second row: W. Layson, G. Lang, P. Frost, C. Doherty, C. Bailey, K. Kortfelt, E. Higgins, P. Harris, V. Gildersleeve, L Peters, W. Richards, B. Richards, M. Klaes. First row: W. Simmons, R. Newman, M. Reitnauer, M. Gorno, R. LaVoy, R. Scott, L. Shabinaw, W. Kormos, H. Markleln, M. Farrell, R. Henderson, C. Kerr, D. Howlett, M. Doncouse. 52 freshman Back row, left to right: James Burke, Guy Winter, Bruce Steffke, Gerald Neubecker, Bill Siegel, Delano Nelson, Leo Barton. Third row: lack Teifer, Robert Wood, Raymond Smith, Paul Vance, Ronald Williams, Kenneth Schultz, George Gibson, Kenneth Schenavar, james Gearhart, Ronald Burbo, Bruce Barrow. Second row: Miss Dow, Zona Dotson, Betty Sivyer, Vernetta Weiner, Robert Stull, Bill Thomas, Norman Wllletts, Robert Teska, Richard Smith, James Whited, Willie Blohm, Harvey King, Donald Berry, Russell Scharboneau, Mr. Schuyler. First row: Rita Schramm, Diane Rooker, Janet Mullin, Patricia Schock, Alice Snyder, Connie Brlckey, Dorothy Swanson, Joyce Yagle, Lyna Schulte, Marjorie Scharboneau, Ioyce Wright, Marjorie Smith, May Thoma, Janet Lee Taepke. lBetty White, Glen Turner, not present.J Back row: Darrel Cooley, Douglas Bourassa, Herbert Craig, Gerald Besterman, Jack Dlgue, Ronald Buchs, Bill Barton, Bernard Barrow, Dale Bell, Frank Brooks. Second row: Iohn Balas, Robert Bosman, Ray Bradd, Richard Bury, Melvin Checker, Patrick Crltchfield, Henry Bielec, Donald Boyce, Barbara Bellmore, Eleanor Dennis, Kathryn Demick, Mary Jane Currey, Miss Hornshaw. First raw: Ioan Chatell, Joan Antelope, Diane Blanks, Cormie Blazer, Marie Compeau, Mary Rose Caba jtme Bolsvenue, Diana Cummings, Barbara Clark, Evelyn Cullln, Geraldine Cain. lBob Cousineau, not present.J 55 freshmen , Back row: Miss Dow, Nancy Begeman, Beverly Ijames, Charlene Hogman, Irene Long, Christine Manning, Patricia Ross, Loretta Renner, Melvina Welch, Ioan Harden, Pauline Iuby, Mary Ellen Buchs. ' Front row: Vivian Dryor, Mary Ludwig, Dorothy Ligon, Shirley Weiner, Edith Davis, Pauline Le Sage, Carol Graham, Shirley Iuby, Clara Blair, Barbara Horner, Connie Cady. f ,.'I..if , 3 AX 514 TSUPEITEITEH 3 '...J..u12'.'f.,E J na., 5 K '-f' 3 "F , IX EEB SB E5 11 ml n 1. gnus ElllllllllllJIUILHHlllllllllllllllllllIlllwglgllllk ' vw ' i,lnuQiillllIlllllIle WE X 1ll u 1ul,un.A1llf:mN 3 YA? X 5 . V 6 Q A i 'X' ' Student Council Standing, left to right: I, Ennis, Mr. Hyatt, 1. Yagle, L. Turner, I. Iullan, R. Gellna, S. Cunningham, A. Smith, D. Cummings, L. Matthews, M. Miller, P. Harris, D, Minor, Mr. Slonaker, I. Sundquist. Seated: J. Marcum, I. Burbo, M. Mulhelsen, I. Finnigan, L. Klaes, M. Crock, B. Scott. Student Council Notes This year the Student Council elected: John Finnlgan, e President, Mary Io Mulhetsen, Vice-president, Leo Klaes, Treasurer, and Martha Crock, Secretary. The Council again sponsored the initiation of Freshmen, with speeches on school life and traditions, followed by organized hazing and games. The Council continued its fine work in decorating the goal posts for football games, posting announcements on the bulletin board, and conducting a courtesy campaign. Our major projects were continued support of the school in Finland and basketball programs with pictures of the teams and individual players. 57 ...n----5 ' i x, 8. f'i,55' 'Y w P Q Dobators Standing: Phyllis Harris, Dorothy Minor, Jessie Marcum, Fred Yost, Gary Fields, Margaret Henry, Mr. Leiter, Jim Stackhouse, Robert Detlor, Joel Swanson, Rosemary Carmichael, Frances Staniger, Barbara Kinde, Barbara Clark. Seated: Roy Price, Richard Howlett, Don Larsen, jim Julian, Jim Wilson, David Schmidt Ray Monte, Bill Scott, Bill Siegel, Richard Gelina, Bill Gannaway, Thospians 2 Left to right: Ioanne Jacoby, Louie Vaughn, jean Burbo, Gary Fields, Mr. Leiter, Raymond Monte, Jim Wilson, Betty Carey, Bill Scott, Betty Nagel, David Schmidt, jesse Marcum. 59 fix Si lii . A ,,' u Engl' ,nk as ww +74 ?5ii"f if , 1 3 Mi -471,3 ,L , - .'f:lf:.f ,r r QMV-, ..,.,u '. xv! r H f' 4 M15 ' ' XJ ,V . K.. 4 , wk f if S' .Kimi ' -fy K ' A Q HZSEEX Q" T1-1 ' x 5-'-510.21-1'-s,I,p , . ff- T, Xffwq, f. Q, A Z h 5 , i 5 Teensters tl Nr Our Teenster activities got off to a great start this year with McCurdie and his fine orchestra supplying the music. There were also several record dances with the big dance being the Fall Sports Frolic. Again McCurdie supplied the music. At the Sport Frollc, Peggie Cousineau was crowned queen. All the men of T. H. S. sharpened the spikes on their track shoes for the next weeks getting ready for Sadie Hawkins' Day. There was an intervening dance between Fall Sports Frollc and Sadie Hawkins' Day. Teensters also enjoyed a record dance tlmt featured an intermission act by Bob Prickett and his one man band. Then came the day that strikes fear ln the hearts of all true Trojans. Yes, Sadie Hawkins' Day. Shirley Yake was awarded the grand costume prize, and Grace Smith was awarded a jug of cider for catching two men. Sadie Hawkins' Day featured a square dance orchestra with lots of fun for everyone. This year was introduced by a gala New Year's Eve party. After that came the Homecoming Dance followed by the Sock Hop and the Winter Wonderland. The Cabaret Show was moved up on the calendar of events. Teensters hope to close a highly successful year with the Spring Formal and the always tearful Farewell Dance. TEENSTER STAFF Ray Monte--Student Director Mr. and Mrs. Walter! rm-er--sponsors Mr. A. S. Mallnowskl--Director Tickets lean Antelope, Margaret Henry Decorations Jesse Marcum, Gail Gibbs, Marilyn Thompson, George Kastura gap-gal Robert Boughner, Berkely Cooke Clean I-Q Don Wlthey, Bob Worrlck, Ethel McIntyre Publicity Q jim Shadoan, Paul Ludwig Posters Music gg Darlene Stark Sgcial Games Charles Gabrielson, John Keller Entertainment Grace Smith, David Schmidt 101 Girls GIQQ Club Back row, left to right: P. Kortfelt, H. Dinoff, M. Compeau, G. Bidleman, B. Ray, H. Seal, S. Pragert, R. Townsend, M. Thomas, D. Stark, E. Staniger, I. Sundquist, B. Kastura, J. Savage. Third row: N. Thornton, I. Crock, E. Dennis, M. Fisher, E. Jackson, G. Hunter, S. Mooneyhan, B. Moose, F. Rocca, A. Hellrung, M. Ludwig, L. Schneider, L. Mazatics, C. Boismelr, D. Dorr, E. Bergmooser. Second row: M. Warriner, 1. Stackhouse, J. Stackhouse, B. Palmer, P. Frost, G. Cain, E. Higgins, S. Rlclmrdson, B. Richards, J. Moreland, D. Blanks, I. Wolfe, 1. Mullen, I. Ennis, M. Staniger, Miss Needham. Special Bloc Club nnhn 9 Back row: N, Arthurs, S. Fenner, L. Milligan, B. Cameron, G. Gibbs, C. Workman, I. Churchill, P. Kortfelt, M. Renaud, M. Henry, P. Hall, I. Domke. Second row: B. Slvyer, 1. Smith, 1. Webster, I. Wilcox, P. Coakley, I. Petta, B. Green, S. Cunningham, B. Powell, I. Yagle, A. Iory, M. Sash, Miss Needham. First row: E. McArthur, D. La Framboise,M. Tarr, J. Sundqulst, M. Stevens, S. Lory, G. Smith, E. Dennis, V. Pryor, B. Steiner. 145 M.. E "mg wiv st If f pm - Q- 2 : 1 'QYQEN ' J "V , ' ' ':,, S 1 f 'A 1, up E, .Q ,B . 1 -I q P ""' -1-'V--'Q'2 i Z i f , l ' ' L- , .f:,,' A 5 I m m ,,,, A ' , -:iq . I f ,f ? A XA Q ,Mi . . m, xp'-'s ' S - Q 'z J, e A S J: Q"q xv-Ax ,,V A v xi xxx 2' x 0 -'ix K c '55 H' fa xigj," ,,:7g kg! rj 1, , Q 3, f v A -Qqpusnnluluvanb 5 ..Q f1v."',g , . , 3152 if Q, ,fy -,mfv Q .f x' X up I Q Q' Q A 1, A""""lll Boys Gloo Club Back row, left to right: W. Peck, R. Monte, B. Worrick,I. Crawford, B. La Framboise, I. Iulian, D. Schmidt. Third row: D.Ge1ina, B. Garmaway, I. Shadoan, L. Klaes, G. Lehmann, R. Williams, G. Kastura, G. Fields. Second row: M. Couslneau, B, Withey, R. Rebandt, I. Gearhart, R. Burbo, B. Cooke, B. Radclifte, D. Boyce, D. Glanzman, Miss Needham. First row: N. Arthurs, L. Turner, B. Gibbs, D. Dunnigan, G. Haase, I. Frost, I. Kortfelt, l-l. Brown, D, Cummings. Girls Glee Club Aw, Back row: G. Smith, R, Dennison, B. Scott, M. Thompson, S. McCrory, S, Workman, M. Dossey, G. Nolan, G. Hunter, E. Demds, M. Currey, I. Van Heusen, N. Starkey, I. Marsh. Fifth row: B. Powell, I. Yagle, I. Marshall, C. Truax, L. Powell, J. Smith, F. Witte, M. Sash, N. Arthurs, S. Fermer, B. Nagel, G. Mullan, R. Hunter, B, Richards, 1. Matthles, P. Hall. Fourth row: G. De Garmore, C. Cinderich, C, Frelberg, I. Tefend, P. Coakley, I. Petta, L. Milligan, B. Cameron, G. Gibbs, C. Green, D. Glanzman, L. Mazatics, M, LaBo, E. Rodgers, M. Herman, D. Mahoney. Third row: D. Bell, D. Shlrmer, P, Compeau, V. Weiner, S. Cunningham, I. Gormley, J. Churchill, L. Riddick, L. Matthews, A. Lory, G. Knopes, M. Miles, A. Pluskat, P. Rahn, E, Lukaslk,-M. Henry. Second row: D. Denno, D. Lezotte, G. Lang, C. Doherty, K. Kortielt, M. Tarr, D. La Framboise, D. Shablnaw, M. Lezotte, R. Metzger, S. Lory, D. George, I. Mitchell. First row: M, Bidleman, 1. Kindt, Z. Dotson, J. johnson, M. Brown, M. Dotson, V. Pryor, M, Williams, M. Renaud, S. Bourassa, B. Rhodes, M. Lemon. U5 ix, 'W J 4 A 5 in fl L, - ,ggi Band Back row, left to right: D. Detlor, A, Batten, A. Knight, B. Houston, R. Withey, S. Bourassa, I. Swanson, D. La Framboise, C. Boismier, P. Cook, L. Powell, Third row: R. Brown, R. Siegel, D. Larsen, D, Kornacki, 1. Stackhouse, L. Milligan, I. Baker, V. Maszatics, I. Chastain, M. Miller, Second row: D. Phillips, G. Fields, M. Tarr, C. Cousineau, C. Baker, R. Roberts, A. Miller, 1. Furlong, R. Block, P. Timmins, D. Bloomer, C. Polowski, M. Munro, Mr. Nielsen. First row: D. Boyce, M. Farrell, D. Furlong, B. Thomas, D. Stark, R, Williams, R. smith, B. wud. Foreground: I. Smith, F. Witte, P. Wiseman, I. Crock, S. Yake. Orchestra , .-. , .. ,. . ,. f .-. 1. v..-,W ., , . ,, , -1, Standing, left to right: M. Tarr, N. Champeon, S. Townsend, D. Stark, C. Truax, M. Stevens, R. Carmichael, M. Klaes, J. Antelope, J. Sundquist. Seated: C. Block, A. Brooks, R. Schramm, W. Peck, M. Bidleman, L. Vaughn, I. Weedon, E, Rodgers, B. Brown, D. Hunter, B. Jones, L. Powell, B. Cameron, I. Stackhouse, M. LaBo, R. Block, M. Williams, D. Schmidt, I. Marsh, D. Minor, C. Workman, S. McCrory, Mr. Nielsen. UT Www K X i,1. AJ 1 B z f f Purple 8: Gold Staff Standing, left to right: I. Holden, I. Domke, B. Kinde, P, Coakley, P. Haining, R. Schramm, P. Iones, B. Radcliffe, A. Smith, P. Harris, I. Wilcox, J. Webster, N. Thornton, L. Riddick, I. Marshall, M. Miller, D. Swanson, B. Sivyer, B. Brown, B. Clark, I. Iacoby, P. Cousineau, B. Siegel, N. Crofts, I. Marcum. Seated: I, Flnnlgan, P. Palmer, R, Rebandt, S. Fenner, P, Anderton, I. Burbo, Miss Lindsey, R, Monte, R. Price, N. Arthurs. Hall Monitors me Back row, left to right: Jim Shadoan, Bill Oestrlke, Paul Turner, Charles Gabrielson, Third row: D. Burt, 1. Laub, R. Shea, L. Ford, I, Sherrard, A. Reickel, G. Cullln , G. Kastura Second row: Mr. Slonaker, I. Finnlgan, B. Cooke, R. Hamel, P. Ludwig, M. Knight, E. Williams, D. Withey, 1. Knight, R, Howlett, B. Scott, A. Hellrung. First row: I. Klndt, B. Carey, D. Baker, I. Britton, K. Turner, E. Maclntyre, M. Brown, B. Kastura, D. Lawnichak, H. Sledge, I. Jacoby, M9 4 -W-mmmmq fxmwmx K x 9 r . f ,Q J f W' L x , f 3 5' xg .3 . V' li Q ' 1 Q ' ' ' r X - I r H I 5. xg Q 3 Q I? 1 Avg A ' ,, . 1, i ' 1 . 9 1 if 4 J 4 K 1' f ,vi r Wm if 3. Q, ,K N fliiix f' Qi, '1 ,. , g"iE?Q,.:7 J ,:x,-,qv ' V 6 1 , if RQ QW gy Hg gf I V , . I " z Q-A B 19 - , 4: lg . ,Wh ATHME H MLS 4 -' 5 CCE' v f 'hm 1 NW Q , .... 3 . lim' N 5 'Quin' ' H A R U 9 it .AMN - .I 1' -.N D 5. 4' .2 M G X-f A. K f I .ps ,,,--., rn Q. Q QW.. H, , A.. www- ' k "Jw Wal .ali - A J Q41 'l . 1 . U 5 3 H L Q . g.,t:, i ,Z ..,k . ,1 .Z sf . ' ' ' -I v " fl,,?,S,'t, ff, , J . ' , l7yim1gvgfs,.-ff-2.1' A w3'7g1sz5W L,,fgffMfn,g 1 5 Q -535 gg: 5 A . I 0 V A 511, figgcwxf 3 "'7 K , Q f k94.?xfvwXw5' - ,...,v :Y sea m, f .4-x ':.'-ga. , -W. . -1-.,Lww.::ff.f ' :wk -qs 'W 2' 'fa 1' VS' zawiiyffikw kg - - 5 Jaw-is . 8 -' fw ffgge -fe w 5 --K 3. . ,L ' 4 li iwlwigi ,fzfrxgw-L1,, if li Wim' iw 'i vm, gf":Sf.? gsm: W an Varsity Club Back row, left to right: D. Fisher, B. Detlor, C. Martin, J. Crawford, B. Boughner, R. Endicott, D. Burt, F. Seneski, J. Stackhouse. Third row: R. King, A. johnson, R. Roberts, R. La Framboise, R. Worrlck, B. Ray, K. Oates. Second row: Mr. Farrer, R. Lilley, R. Teska, D. Wlthey, D. Henderson, Mr. Wendt. First row: 1. Telfer, H. Boyd, C. Paige, F. Ryalls. CRNS COUNTRY SCORES 1948-1949 Trenton-27 Plymouth-28 Trenton-39 Ypsilanti Central-18 Trenton-40 Wyandotte Roosevelt-15 Trenton-14 Belleville-22 Trenton-24 Lincoln Park-31 Trenton-21 Redford Union-434 Trenton-18 River Rouge-37 Trenton-39 Monroe-16 GB League Meet Trenton 2nd State Meet Trenton lst BASEBALL SCORES 1948 Trenton-9 . . . Belleville-0 Trenton-4 . . . Lowrey-6 Trenton-4 . . . Plymouth-6 Trenton-1 . . . River Rouge-3 Trenton-14 . . Wayne-1 Trenton-'I . . . Ypsilanti-5 Trenton-1 . . . Wyandotte-3 Trenton-7 . . . Redford Unlon-3 Trenton-9 . . . Flat Rock-5 Trenton-6 . . . Wyandotte-5 Trenton- Flat Rock-2 5 . . . League Champs TENNIS SCORES BASKETBA LL SCORES 1948 1948-1949 Trenton-0 Wyandotte-'I Trenton-54 Lowrey-26 Trenton-1 Ypsilanti-6 Trenton-44 Plymouth-31 Trenton-1 Detroit University- Trenton-27 Ypsilanti-28 Trenton-4 . . . Monroe Reserves-3 Trenton-22 A. E. Smith-14 Trenton-2 Dearborn-5 Trenton-55 Allen Park-23 Trenton-7 Wayne-0 Trenton-37 Redford Union-30 Trenton-2 Ypsilanti-5 Trenton-34 Belleville-28 Trenton-7 Belleville-6 Trenton-29 Redford Union-21 Trenton-2 Dearborn-8 Trenton-26 Wayne-28 Trenton-39 Plymouth-34 Trenton- Belleville- Trenton- Redford Union- Trenton- Wayne- Trenton-29 Ypsilanti-82 FOOTBA LL SCORES Trenton-'I Trenton-20 Trenton-0 Trenton-'I Trenton-14 Trenton-'I Trenton-13 Trenton- 12 1948-1949 Monroe- 13 Plymouth-0 Ypsilanti-15 Belleville-13 Redford Union-'I Wayne-0 Melvfndale-20 Ecorse-13 55 SWIMMING SCORES Trenton-33 Trenton-35 Trenton-36 Trenton-49 Trenton- Trenton- Trenton- Trenton- Trenton- 1948-1949 Monroe-51 Ypsilanti-49 Adrian-48 Ann Arbor U.-35 Ypsl R.- Ypsl Central- Adrian- Ypsl R,- River Rouge- gx Cross Country S. Back row, left to right: George Cullln, Tom Thompson, Jack Bigham, Bill Cullln, Coach Malinowski. Third row: Charles Venier, B111 LeSage, Bill Gannaway, Phll Horner, Dick Parker, Second row: Fergus Seneski, Dick Roberts, Robert Dennis, Paul Turner, Jlm Howlett, First row: Paul Ludwig, Dave Howlett, Sonny Sayles, Bob Goldi. R Swimming n I 1 1 ,4 Back row, left to right: P. Ludwig, D. Boyce, G. Crock, T. Knight, R. Scharboneau, R. Bradd, R. Goldi. Third row: D. Wlthey, B. Sylvester, R. Dow, A. Ray, D. Daddarlo, C. Gabrielson, I. Keller. Second row: B. Bouglmer, D. Wollney, I. Bigham, G. Cullln, I. Kenyon, P. Turner, 1. Wood. First row: S. Sayles, M. Farrell. 57 Basketball 4 Q Standing, left to right: Ralph King, Philip Horner, jim Meredith, Al Johnson, Bob Worrick, Chester Martin, Don Mexicotte, Richard Parker, Tom Walker, Milton Layson, Mr. Wendt. Seated: Melvin Cline, Fergus Seneski, Kenneth Oates, Charles Paige, Fred Ryalls, Dick Teska, Dick Henderson, Basketball - - - Second Ieam Back row, left to right: Mr. Iaroch, K. Schultz, H. Price, B. Gibbs, B. Teska. Seated: D. Bennett, D. Ball, R. Brown, G. Lowe, I. Digue, G. Lyons, 58 Baseball Back row, left to right: Coach Wendt, Gabriel Klupacs, Don Gadille, Albert Johnson, Bill Mathews, hm Stackhouse, Roy Price, Alfred Reickel, Richard Teska, Harold Price, Richard Henderson, David Hamel, Glen Malone. Front row: Fred Ryalls, Charles Paige, Bob Worrick, Bill Ferguson, Jake Pomrenke, Kenny Oates, Bob Markleln, Charles Domke. football ge... f f- Back row, left to right: Coach Wendt, Melvin Cline, Don Mexicotte, B111 Morrow, Bob Thomas, Harold Price, D. Fisher, L. Gonlea. Second row: D. Burt, I. Knight, C. Martin, R. Detlor, 1. Stackhouse, B. Wollney, L. McCal1a, R. Price, C. Paige, J. Laub. First row: D. Withey, B. Warrick, D. Schmidt, R. Teska, Capt. F. Ryalls, B. Shea, F. Caba, G. Klupacs, D. Rudesill. 59 Tennis ? Gflrgk YIBHIW .3 Standing, left to right: Alan Wiber, George Cullin, Bob Lilley, Jack Zellers, Bob Robinson, Gary Brady, joe Teffer, Peter Garr, Coach Malinowski. Kneeling: David Schmidt, jimmy Wilson, joe Diekman, Bill Cullin, George Kastura. Track Back row, left to right: Coach Jax-och, Riclmrd Fisher, Ralph Pfeiffer, Htmtly Boyd, Robert Graves, Larry McCalla, Ray LaBell, Gerald Mitchell, James Crawford, Jack Stewart, Bob Hall. Front row: Jerry Richardson, Ray Richardson, 11m Knight, Don Chesney, Dick Roberts, Frank Caba, George Coulman, lim Shadoan, Louis Vaughn. 60 freshman football Back row, left to right: Coach Brewer, E. Bellows, D. Bloomer, J. Thlbault, I. Gear- hart, Morgan, F. Brooks, R. Martin, R. Delano, Sylvester, Dove, B. Teska, A. Rinna, H. Nelson, I. Woods, B. Henderson. Front row: R. Engel, Books, G. Haase, H. Ward, G. Gibbon, H. Craig, R. Winters. Chronology SEPTEMBER New students and old, reluctantly left their summer freedom and the beautiful weather to begin studies anew at T. H. S. All the fellows who had been training in football since the last week in August were proudly showing off their bruises and hurts. The new cheerleaders were chosen to join the four other girls and lead the student body in cheering our teams to victory. We warmly wel- come the new members of the faculty Miss Horn- shaw, Miss Needham, Miss Lindsey, and Mr. Mac- Laughlin. OCTOBER Started the month off right with freshman initiation party. fWe lose more Frosh that wayJ Senior class elected Huntly Boyd for President. Teensters got underway with their Hallowe'en party, deco- rations, games and all. We had the renowned MONGUAGON ORCHESTRA here once again which starred thattalented young singer, Miss Betty Nagel. NOVEMBER Three cheers for Mr. Malinowskil His X-Country team took first in State. The annual Sadie Hawkins Dance was held. Climaxing the termina- tion of Cross Country and football was the annual fall sports dance and the crowning of Peg Couslneau as queen. Not much studying was done while the seniors were smiling pretty for the cameras and were rushing around filling their senior memory books with autographs. Event of the month was the junior play 'The Night of January 16th". Basketbm got under way. DECEMBER Such warm weather as we had inspired no one to work. We dreamed of a 'White Christmas' to no avail. Miss Needham proved her abilities as a musical director with the annual concert. Hur- rah! The Teenster snack bar was finally completed. It's perfect. Trojan cagers added another trophy to their collection by winning the Christmas to1u'na- ment held at Redford Union. 62 Chronology JANUARY The first big snow and cold weather finally came with the coming of January. Everyone was out tobogganlng and skating while the good weather lasted. The de- pressive spirit that settled on many students from our 'tough' exams was lifted by the biggest formal affair of the year ----- the Senior Prom featuring Ray 0berschu1te's orchestra. For those unable to attend this big event, the Poor Man's Prom was given the following night. FE BRUA RY Juniors anxiously awaited their rings for several weeks when they failed to ar- rive on the date set. A King and Queen of Hearts were chosen at the Valentine dance. We sadly mourned the passing of Mr. Catt, one of our best liked teachers. MARCH We predict that the baseball and track teams under the Coaches Wendt and Mallnowskl will have their usual good year. The basketball team will end its suc- cessful season. The Teenster's Cabaret party will be the party of the year. Gazing into our crystal ball, we also foresee a spectacular event ----- The Aquacades with two famous celebrities. Ann Curtlss and Adolph Kiefer. A PRIL Thls month will see the T. H. S. boys putting ln their bids for the biggest event of the month ----- the annual I-Hop featuring a well known orchestra. Mr. Leiter will be tearing out hls hair t?J getting ready for the presentation of the all school play. Easter vacation will be enjoyed by all. MAY With spring in full swing we predict many new romances. We hope for an early arrival of the MONGUAGON although we probably will be disappointed. The annual GB League music festival will be attended by the Chorus. The beaming faces seen will belong to Seniors who have been granted Senior privileges. JUNE This big month will be ushered ln by many important events. Field Day, Skip Day, junior-Senior plcnlc, Recognition Assembly, Baccalaureate, and finally Commence- ment will all help ln making this the best and busiest month for the Seniors. There will be many tears and smiles as the Class of '49 bids old T. H. S. 'Good Bye' and says 'thanks for all the good times we have had". k. ' C C' 'Q KA X -W 2 X ff fl Q C xg ,,- g 'T X ff f ext! SX ai X .eeeessesg W ,X C' w .!!!!!!ii" ' g 'BVEUNZIS if Eff, , 2 f"gis ii: .X ,X in I f' X Xa - I 5 ' ' ' 'MAA f Ib N fx " nk I "NW JEWQCKX 'TM Xi! XV 1 ' L x X xx g X T Q5 -f ' '5,Q "k a,! 2' 'H Ia?-U -N 'USE HX W J ' K1 X EK . .N . w 'i 1,,. ' y x. ,fy i J p. 1 xl' 1 'P ,


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