Trenton High School - Monguagon Yearbook (Trenton, MI)
- Class of 1950
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Back row, left to right: B. Radcliffe, R. Rebandt. R. Roberts, J. Crawford, F. Yost, R. Vogt, W. Mathews,
R. Greenup, R. LaFromboise.
Fourth row: C. Workman. G. Knopes. A. Smith, S. Fenner, D. Blanks, B. Clark. J. Yagle, B. Sivyer, P.
Cousineau, P. Hall.
Third row: M. Stevens, J. Ennis, R. Burt, G. Kortfelt, ll. Brown, C. Block, B. Cameron, J. Weedon, W
Freels, E. Cullin, R. Smith.
Second row: Mr. Hyatt. R. Boughner, E. Rodgers, C. Truax, B. Scott, J. Julian, B.. Powell, M. Tarr, P. Muller.
Seated: R. Howlett, B. Cooke, D. Larsen, J. Wilson, J. Stater, L. Powell, P. Timmins, M. Crock, J. Sund-
quist, B. Detlor, D. Wollney,
MONGUAGON ORGANI ZATION
ART Martha Crock, Phyllis Cousineau, Way-
netta Freels, Pat Hall.
Joe Stater,Bob Boughner,Berkley Cooke,
Dick Howlett, Ray Rebandt, Gerald Kort-
felt, Jim Crawford.
Don Larsen and "The All Stars."
A Jim Wilson, Dick Howlett, Ian Frost,
Dick Roberts, Paul Muller, Dick Vogt.
Joan Sundquist, Joan Weedon, Betty
' ATHLETIC SECTION Marilyn Tarr, Jim Julian, Richard Burt,
UWB Barbara Clark.
Barbara Powell, Barbara Clark, Evelyn
Cullin, Diane Blanks.
C LASSES SECTION
XA PICTURE PAGES
IN OUR OPINION
Editor Lois Powell CHRONOLOGY
SNA P SHOT PAGES
Peggy Timmins, Diane Blanks.
Berkley Cooke, Don Wollney, Russell
Smith, Ray Greenup, Ray Rebandt.
Lois Powell, Carolyn Truax,Corinda Ba-
ker, Elizabeth Rodgers, Janet Ennis, Peggy
Timmins, Betty Cameron, Mary Stevens.
Jim Julian, Ann Smith, Bill Radcliffe,
Harris Brown, Ray Rebandt.
Dick Howlett, Gerald Kortfelt, Bill Radcliffe.
Don Wollney, Russell Smith, Ann Smith,
Harris Brown, Bill Siegel, Barbara Powell.
Bill Gannaway, Jo Petta.
Mary Stevens, Carolyn Truax.
peggb' Timmins Lois Powell. Editor Peggy Timmins
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Left to Right: MR. STACKHOUSE, MR. WURSTER
MR. BLANKSQ' MR. ROPER, MR. BURLEY
W. C. TAYLOR, Superintendent
T. F. SUNDQUIST, Principal P..,,.rwf W. D. FARRER, Assistant Principal
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MR. MALINOWSKI MR. JAROCH MR. PIXLEY MISS BORN
MISS PFAFF MISS KNIGHT MRS. GIBBONS
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Senior Officers and Snonsors
Russell Smith: President of our class, active in dramatics, and president of Thespians. A fine amateur
magician and photographer, a member of the Monguagon staff.
Don Wollney: Vice-president of our class, star in football and swimming. Chemistry lab assistant
and a Student Council member, also on the Monguagon staff.
Lois Powell: Our class secretary for two years, active in Teensters, tennis queen, and editor of the
Joan Sundquist: Treasurer of the Senior Class, active in Teensters, Glee Club, vice-president of
Student Council, she also plays tennis. Member of the Monguagon.
CLASS MOTTO "The elevator to success is not CLASS OF "SO"
running, take the stairs."
CLASS FLOWER Carnation We are Trenton's Class of "50"
CLASS COLORS Green and White And we understand at last,
That we're one big happy family
That has shared a happy past.
But after graduation
We can hope to meet again,
D. And with this anticipation
', 'Q Q21 We're a happy gang again.
But the path is branching off
We'll go in different ways
And only have a memory
Of all our High School days.
Mr. Hyatt, Science: Advisor of the
Qf Monguagon and director of the Senior
Mr. Hawn, Mathematics:
Chairman of the Trenton
High School Honor Society.
Miss Long, Languages: Director of the
Christmas play, "Children of the Inn."
Mr. MacLaughlin, English:
Advisor of the Student Council.
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"She's tops in sports as you can see.
Where does she get all her energy?"
"He wants to own a gas station,
Shops prepare him for his vocation."
"If there isn't mischief to be had,
I'l1 make some."
"A world without laughter is a world of woe."
"The mildest manner, and the greatest heart."
"A fun-loving girl this gal, Chris,
She hopes to be a Mrs. instead of a Miss."
A mender of machines."
"In all he takes on, he really tries,
Sports and studies, an all around guy."
"A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse."
"You can tell him by the noise he doesn't
"Open your doors, Mr. Powers,
Here's the new 1950 model."
"Just the kind of a girl there should be more
"To any class he was a booner
Because of fun and his humor."
"I hope to have a prospering business of
"Which can she handle best, art, horses, or
"jolly, goodnatured jim,
Good times are had with him."
MARTHA C ROC K
"A jolly girl, full of fun, and always nice
"Heis crazy about models, tAirplanes - that
"Football has always been his one and all.
He was co-captain and left-tackle this fall."
MARY ALICE DOSSEY
"She has always been and always will be the
life of the party."
MARY ANN DROZDOWSKI
"A merry heart doeth good like medicine."
"If silence were golden, I would be a
"He talks so fast he registers "GO" with
his mouth closed."
"Come on, kids,
Let's cheer the team "
"His fountain of good humor never runs dry."
"She is one who does her own thinking."
"She is a quiet girl, but quite a girl."
"This young man is a fisherman,
Fishing and swimming is a lot of fun."
"What mischief lies behind those dark brown
"He is friendly, he is shy,
There is mischief in his eye."
"Let me just meander along.
Life is just a happy song."
"The rule of my life is to make work a
"Whistle while you work,
And your job you'll never shirk."
"A little nonsense now and then
Is relished by the best of men."
"Her one ambition in life is to be a house-
"Gloria is liked by everyone,
Her grin is a beam right from the sun."
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"He' s the guy with an eye for photography."
"Likeable and easy-going describes her best."
"She's around, we've all seen her
Quiet though, we seldom hear her."
"In at ten, up at fiveg on the farm, that's
where I thrive."
"I-Ie's truly a pluggerf'
"Speak nowg or forever hold your peace."
"Lots of work and lots of fun, whatever she
does is well clone."
"She's a beautiful rose."
"I shall try to please the world."
"Make mme wine, women, and song."
"Manager of our basketball teams.
A lover of good times it seems."
"Here comes Jerry, one vast substantial smile."
"Quiet men are great men."
MARLENE LA BO
"Here's to the girl with a cheery smile,
Who makes the bubble of life worth while."
ROBERT La FROMBOISE
"He dives from the board with the greatest
"His fingers fly over the ivories,
His ambition is psychology."
"Girls, don't you envy that curly hair?"
"A-hunting I will go,
Not only for game, but for dough."
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"The strong silent type
With a true sense of humor."
"If you've a plan to get rich quick
Here's a chap who'1l make it click,"
"In sports she's quite the girl,
A loveable gal seen with Earl."
"A quiet and conscientious worker."
ETHEL MAC INTYRE
"Water, water everywhere
And all for me to swim in."
ALBERTA MAC LELLAN
"She enjoys sports of most any kind,
Now she's engaged and made a good find."
"Seen with JoAnn in the hall,
But in sports he prefers football."
"Her heart is like the moon.
There's always a man in it."
"Wants to travel to far-off places.
Likes to diagnose motor-trouble cases."
"To travel here, to travel there,
This sprightly lass knows not just where.
"Give me an audience and a stage,
I shall dramatize any age."
"Swimming and happiness
Are her two greatest talents."
"Happy and go-lucky,
But in sports he tends to business."
VIRGINIA MASZATIC S
"Variety is the spice of life, and
I'm always doing something different."
"For he's a jolly good fellow
Which nobody can deny."
"A blush can be beautiful,
But often inconvenient."
"Introducing Katherine Cornell the secondl'
"The harder I try the gooder to be,
The worser I become."
"Great men are dying and I don't feel so
"Rip VanWinkle slept for 20 years,
But just give me time."
"Men, like bullets, go farthest when they are
"Pat's suggestion for catching meng
If at first you don't succeed, try again."
"It's Harry Nelson
The friendly undertaken"
GENA MAE NOLAND
"Excitement makes the world go round.
I want to keep it spinning."
"Some people come to play,
I come to sleep all day."
"The more you know her,
The more you like her."
"Life is just one big party."
"Cheerful, smiling, always the same.
She inspires the team to win the game."
"Listen to her giggle,
And we all want to laugh."
"A pretty face, a charming grin.
In whatever she does, she'1l always win."
"Always around but never heard,
just as quiet as a little bird."
"If silence were golden,
I would be broke. '
"Pack up your troubles in an old kit bag,
And smile, smile, smile."
"I-lis manner is quiet, but don't judge him by
"Her ringing laughter spreads
A ray of sunshine, through the halls."
"Full of fun and fancy free,
That's the way life ought to be."
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"For this young Mrs.
There's always cooking, cleaning and dishes."
"If this is liberty - then give me death."
"Conscientious and true blue,
She is goodness thru and thru."
"I would never dare to show all my intell-
"How many hearts have you broken?"
"Tony is shy as we all know,
But he'll get ahead, just watch him go."
"A diller, a dollar
A topnotch scholar."
"Whizz - the best runner there is."
"Fun--he's one who can make it.
Trouble--he's one who can shake it."
IO ANN SMITH
"Gaze into her eyes and you'll see an angel
Gaze a little longer and you'll see an imp."
"He performs magic tricks well,
As class president he is swell."
"Baseball, football, hockey, and track,
A love for sports he doesn't lack."
"Stylish and neat,
She s truly a treat."
"Why worry? Worry is the interest you pay
on trouble before it comes."
"The friendly chap,
Who can make us laugh."
"Be silent and safe--silence never betrays you."
"Is she cute and lively? Oh yes,
A familiar gal at T. H. S."
JOAN SUNDQUIST '
"Smiling face, twinkling eye, you simply cannot
pass her by. '
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"There's a sparkle in her eye,
And a smile you couldn't buy.'
"Homemaking assistant and a good one too
She knows all the short cuts, old and new."
"Love em all--you might miss a good one."
"Her gift for chatter is no small matter."
"She's a true lady, there's no doubt
She never acts foolish and never shouts."
"A smile on her lips and a look in her eye,
Beware fellows! This girl only seems shy.'
DON VAN WALLAGHEN
"Never do today
What you can put off 'till tomorrow."
"Though he be but little,
He covers a lot of ground."
"Life is wonderful, but by teasing others I
have no time to enjoy it."
"Her di nified manner is her charm."
The real problem concerning my leisure
is how to keep others from using it."
Businessmen: Please take heed!
Typing and shorthand she does with speed."
"The tiny volcano with sudden erruptionsf'
"He'll work hard, he'll find success
His labors will bring him happiness."
"A likeable boy with a likeable way."
"A high stepping lass
Who is liked by the class."
But never displeasingf'
"An officer of 50's class
As a Sportsman, he'l1 more than pass."
"Like a torpedo he shoots through the
"Happy am I, from care I am free,
Why aren't all as happy as me?"
"Most people dodge debt collectors
But Shirley always welcomes a "Bill".
Here it is 1960, and the class of 1950 is holding its first reunion at the Statler Hotel in Detroit.
As I enter the lobby, I already see many familiar faces. Coming out of the lounge is Jessie
Marcum, a star of Broadway's latest hit, Let Love Come First. Talking with her is Marie Brown,
who models Scratchy Woolens for leading modeling agencies. Hanging from the crystal chandelier, in
a precarious position is Ray Greenup, trying to take pictures of the several celebrities. Who are these
intelligent looking individuals peering through magnifying glasses? Ah--it's Hawkshaw Stater and Get-
Her-Man-Teschendorf, who are detectives. They are examining the footprints on the carpet
Goodness! What is this I see? A rabbit, running across the lobby, and there is a man chasing
lt. Well, for heaven's sakesl It's Russell Smith, the world famous magician. I guess the rabbit must
have jumped out of his hat. Following after Russell are his two gorgeous assistants. This place is
getting to be a regular race track. Here come those two notorious bachelors and playboys, Jim Craw-
ford and Bob Boughner. No doubt they are chasing the assistants.
There is a lot of commotion at the entrance of the hotel. Let's stroll over and see what the
trouble is. Isee a big yellow truck out in front, with the sign Workman's Pretty Posies painted on the
side. There is Cherie now, she is owner of Detrolt's largest flower shop. Who is the gentleman snif-
fing the yellow roses? It's Paul Muller, a noted horticulturist.
Never a dull moment, everyone is now gathering in the lounge. No! It cou1dn't be. Those two
very distinguished sociologists, Richard Howlett and Phil Ellias are having a fight over the advantages
of Communism in upper Afghanistan. Phil just hit Dick over the head with his world atlas and knocked
him out. How fortunate Dick is! Here comes Doctor Bill Gannaway and a number of nurses, among
whom are Peg Timmins, Mary Stevens, Joan Sundquist, and Ethel Maclntyre. If they don't quit crowd-
ing Dick, he will probably suffocate, as they are all trying to examine him at once. He is coming to
now with serious threats to sue Phil. A lawyer from the crowd offers his services, and it turns out
to be Bob Murdoch.
It's about time to go up to the banquet hall. Oh, there is a vacant elevator. What is all the
screaming? It's a crowd of women, and I'd better get out of the way. Oh! Oh!--too late, here they
come ---- well as I pick myself up, I see why they were hurrying so, force of habit I suppose. They
are all secretaries who are used to rushing from offices when the day's work is done. I see several
familiar faces. Corinda Baker, Connie Block, Corrine Durham, Aurelia Lory, Pat Rahn, Betty Ouellette,
Iva Wolf, Joan Marsh, Beverly Wild, Betty Cameron, and Delores Cordova. I'll have to go to the next
elevator, no chance of getting in that one. Another disappointment, this one is filled with men, I suppose
Icould squeeze in, but Pd rather not try. It seems these handsome boys have cornered each other to
talk over the latest machines, this isn't unusual because they are all machinists by profession. Among
them are Jack Barnes, George Bosman, Arnold Hermann, Ralph King, Dennis Rudisell, Norman Steffke,
Clyde Richardson, Allen Ray, Jim Lawnichak, and Chuck Gabrielson.
I might as well give up trying to take the elevator and take the stairs---Here I am on the fifth floor
and only ten more to go. Here's someone sitting on the steps. It looks like Mary Ann Drozdowski and
Waynetta Freels, who didn't want to miss the party, but have to finish their book of poetry before the
publlsher's deadline. The stairs were the only quiet place they could find.
Mary Alice Dossey, Audrey Pluskat, Virginia Maszatics, Donna Mahoney, Pat Myers, Gena Mae Noland,
Shirley Pragert, Ilene Radford, Barbara Ray, Vivian Scharboneau, Darlene Stark, Mildred Thomas, Shirley
Underwood, Phoebe Wiseman, Shirley Yake, Marilyn Graham, Lorraine Richer, Alberta McLellan, Lily
Milligan, and Frances Staniger. I'm sorry that I can't give you their present names. Such a buzzing ....
every wife has a different idea on how to keep her husband happy.
Upward to the banquet hall, only seven more floors. Coming up behind me are two distinguished
looking people. One is Don Mexicotte. I can't tell who the other is, as he is hiding behind a beard...
oh, now I see who it is. It's Bill Scott, chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission. I think Don is
his private secretary .... Bill is mumbling to him about protons and electrons, and telling him to write
Here at last! After climbing fifteen stories, I'm ready for a banquet! Just look at all the familiar
faces. They bring back many memories of dear old T. H. S. At our right is the military body .... Jaynte
Johnson, a WAC officer. Next to her are Bill Cullin, Phil Horner, and Charles Venier, who are flyers,
and Tim Lezotte, who is in the navy. They were lucky enough to get furloughs. Next to them are
Milton Layson and Don VanWallaghen who printed the programs. At the present moment they are
complimenting each other for doing such a good job.
Who is that poor little man over in the corner? He isn't eating a thing. As I get a closer look
I see it's Dick Roberts, the famous bacteriologist. He has discovered that food contains too many germs
for human consumption and can't understand why the human race has survived as long as it has, so he
lives solely on vitamin pills.
I hear a familiar voice, sounds like Norm Barnsdale, the must have left Rosie home with the kidsj.
He is trying to talk Jim Leedy, Doug Penn, Wilbert Lucas, Boris Kosacheff, and John Keller into buying
some stock from an architectural firm in which Berkley Cooke and Alan Wiber are partners. They are
trying to design "The Doghouse of Tomorrow", Where the poor hen-pecked husband can crawl in without
disturbing the dog.
Crash!! The speakers' table has fallen. Bob LaFromboise was trying to repair a shaky table leg.
He crawled under to be able to get at it better, when the table fell on him. An excellent carpenter,
Do my eyes deceive me, or is that Chet Martin coming in the door with his lovely wife? Very
There is quite a threesome over to my left. They are Jo Petta, Dorothy Bell, and Lois Powell.
These three are doing a great deal of good in their respective professions. Jo teaches handicapped
children, Dorothy, the deaf and blind, and Lois has joined the Salvation Army.
Frances Wild seems to have someone cornered near the center table. Whoever it is, he is tearing
out his hair and yelling that he can't help her. It's Don Larsen, psychiatrist from New York. Frances
has a problem and wants Don to help, but he is having a rather difficult time of it.
Taking their places at the back of the room, are three very fashionable young women. They are
Phyllis Cousineau, whose illustrations you see in many advertisements, Liz Rodgers, a dress designerg
and Carolyn Truax, manager of Saks' Fifth Avenue. Across from them are Dorothy Minor and Jim
Wilson, who are teaching school in Trenton. Dorothy teaches early elementary, and Jim has been
teaching chemistry. Bob Detlor has joined them...he is dean of Harvard University.
Coming in the door are four muscular looking men, who, I imagine, are the athletes of the class.
Jim Stackhouse, football-baseball coachg Dick Fisher, tackle for the Detroit Lions, Frank Smith, catcher
for the New York Giants, lan Frost, catcher for the Detroit Tigers, and his boss, Jerry Wood, Manager
of the Tigers. Behind them are Dick Vogt and Don Wollney. They look as though they were in a daze.
I guess it's because they have just come down from northern Canada, where they have been posted as
forest rangers. It is the first time they have been in civilization for ten years.
I hear music...The program must have started. The orchestra members have taken their places,
and among them I see Joan Furlong and Jim Kenyon. Looks like Russell caught his rabbit, because he
is preparing to do a few tricks for us. There is Kenny Gorno, well-known comedian of stage, screen,
radio, and television. He is on the program to tell a few jokes.
We have just finished our sumptuous dinner, and going among the guests with small packages of
bicarbonate of soda, are Jerry Kortfelt and Tom Thompson, village pharmacists, trying to drum up a
little business. Dear me! I wish they would hurry and come my way.
Here comes the manager of the hotel, Tom Garrison, seeing if everyone is enjoying himself. He
has come a long way since he took over his father's tourist business. Good grief! What was that
noise? It sounded like an explosion...here come three ragged people. The first two are Ferg Seneski
and Larry McCalla, the other is Bill Matthews. Bill is trying to explain to the manager that he is a
chemical engineer and was simply trying to show the other fellows his latest experiment. Could he help
it if the thing blew up?
It's a shame, but there are a few who could not be with us. Joan Weedon, who is doing missionary
work in deepest Africa, wired that she could not possibly come. Joanne Smith is in California trying
to get rid of her hay fever, and there are rumors that she is going into the movies. Gloria Gratiot is
riding in a rodeo and couldn't leave the show. Wallace McCuaig is in the hospital recovering from an
accident. Ray Winter, and Ed Morgan, and Gerald Noland have dropped out of sight. They are happily
married by now. We couldn't find Harry Nelson, but one of his classmates says he has a fine undertaking
business in Chicago. Edward Boyce is on a business trip in San Francisco and couldn't get back for
Perhaps we will have another reunion soon. Until then ---- Good-bye and Good Luck!
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Left to right:
From the Athletic Field, the Dramatics Classes, the Speech Department, the P Sz G Staff, the
Music Department, and the Monguagon Staff rose the mighty class of "51".
We showed we had fine acting talent when we presented the Junior class play, "Take My
The J-Hop, as we see it, will be the most successful in the History of Trenton High School.
With a little work and a little hoping we predict many other equally notable events of the year
will follow in the path of the J-Hop.
Our Junior Class Officers led us victoriously through our Junior year and gave us the motto,
"On to the Senior Year and it's privileges and responsibilities triumphant."
We wish to thank our sponsors for their encouragement during our Junior Year and may they
always be as helpful to all the classes as they have been to us.
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Back Row: Mr. Righi, Mr. Malinowski, Mr. Salamy.
Seated: Mr. Uhl, Mr. Leiter. Absent: Mr. Pixley.
Back row: Edward Lemerand, Donald Lampshire, Edward MacLellan, Donald Moen, Doris Maclntyre, Patricia
Kortfelt, Marilyn Lemon, Elmer Kovach, Neal Lagersf
Second row: Ariel Miller, Leatrice Matthews, Joan Marshall, Paul Ludwig, Jean Leedy, Norma Mann, Betty
Messer, Gloria Moose, Mr. Malinowski.
Front row: Elaine MacArthur, Darlene Lezotte, Lillian Maszatics, Rose Metzger, Sharon Lory, Mary Jane
Lezotte, Dorothy Lawnichak. fDaniel Kornacki, Charles Lafayette, Evelyn Lambrix, Thomas Martin, John
Miles, Kenneth Martenson, not present.J
Back row, left to right: Donald Deerfield, Norman Wright, Bryce Graham, Bill Teifer, Joel Swanson, Jack
Thibault, Ronald Engel, Fred Yost, Robert Dow.
Fourth row: Ronald Delano, Robert Thomas, Donald Daddario, .Tack Welkenbach, Bernard Sylvester, Robert
Smith, Harold Ward, Robert Winter, Robert Withey, Lester Turner.
Third row: Janice Webster, Naomi Starkey, Barbara DeLeon,Dia.ne Detlor, Mary Staniger, Dennis Dunnigan,
Donald Cook, Gerald Downey, Glenn Crock, .Toe Crofts.
Second row: Mr. Salamy, JoAnn Crock, Carolyn Durham, Clare Cousineau, Iris Wilcox, Nancy Thornton,
Shirley Townsend, Stephanie Fenner, June Van Heusen, Geraldine De Garmore, Rebecca Duncan, Margaret
Williams, Mr. Righi.
First row: Delores Denno, Marilyn Tarr, Leatha Cross, Ellen Dinoff, Barbara Steiner, Pat Compeau, Mary
Lou Taylor, Joan Stackhouse, Della Cunningham, Pat Cook.
Absentees: Norman Craanen, Bernard Dussia.
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Back row, left to right: Alice Butler, Robert Buhl, Jack Bigham, David Bloomer, Robert Brown, Dale Bennett,
Melvin Cline, Ronald Angel, Dale Bell.
Second row: Barbara Bevis, Gerald Begeman, Harris Brown, James Barnes, Allen Agnew, James Blair,
Robert Britton, Dan Ball, Betty Brooks, Mr. Uhl.
First row: Vera Baldoni, Jane Butt, Janet Chastain, Gayle Bidleman, Norma Champeon, Gretchen Belky,
Patricia Coakley, Joanne Churchill, Ann Batten.
Absentees: Alice Adler, Patricia Bastien, Joyce Bishop, David Boyd.
Back row, left to right: Andrew Rinna, Don Poet, Durrell Renner, Bill Morrow, Raymond Richardson, Gerald
Nagel, Richard Gelina, Jim Julian, William Hamel, Allen Regal, Arthur Knight.
Fourth row: Arthur Sayles, Earl Niesen, Wilbert Gibbs, Dale Furlong, Charles Polowski, Wayne Peck, George
Haase, Glenn Renaud, Wallace Justin, Ramon Nowland.
Third row: Louis Hawn, Robert Goldi, Albert Schoen, Tom Mruzek, William Radcliffe, Harold Price, Arnold
Foster, Donald Raymer, Ann Smith, Pat Haining.
Second row: Mr. Pixley, Harriet Holmes Barbara Kinde, Betty Messer, Cleda Pockey, Diane Shirmer, Bar-
bara Kastura, Mary Lou Kmetz, Wanda Freels,Dorothy Phillips, Barbara Palmer, Lois Riddick, Mr. Leiter.
Seated: Nathalie Glaser, Ellen ljames, Ella Mae Jackson, Betty Rhodes, Delores Glanzman, Joan Holden,
Joyce Oliver, Carol Freiberg, Mary Isenberg, Joyce Gormley, Carolyn Green. CDel1a Holloway, Dolores
Killian, Sam Piunti, Raymond Rebandt, Donald Rowe, not present.l
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Back row, left to right: F. Yost, R. Smith, R. Greenup, J. Swanson, J. Julian, W. Gammaway.
Second row: B. LaFromboise, R. Rebandt, D. Raymer, D. Larsen, J. Stater, G. Renaud.
First row: E. MacArthur, G. Belky, B. Kinde, Mr. Leiter, P. Coakley, A. Miller, S. Fenner.
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Dear Diary, SEPTEMBER
Today was the first day of school and as I waited for the familiar bell to ring, I began
to think of all the festivities that would be going on during the coming year. The first thing
that caught everyone's eye was the new football stadium. As we entered the school there
was the smell of freshly-painted rooms and the bright glow of the new lighting system.
As school got under way four girls were chosen for cheer leaders. The first home
game with Wayne and the dedication of the stadium marked the most outstanding event of
Senior class officers were chosen: President, Russell Smith, Vice-Presidentg Donald
Wollney, Secretary, Lois Powell, Treasurer, Joan Sundquist. Bill Scott heads the Student
The first Teenster dance of the year was a lot of fun. It was called the "Hello Dance."
It certainly felt good to get back in the swing of things, especially since I went with Zeke.
Dear Diary, OCTOBER
The first football games of the month were with Ypsi, Belleville, and Monroe. After
these games we had Teenster Dances which were loads of fun.
This is the month for ghosts and goblins, and naturally we had a party which was
terrific. We went swimming, bobbed for apples in the pool, and had an egg throwing contest.
With all the fun there comes sorrow, two high school boys, Ray Bradd and Richard
Newman were killed in an automobile accident. None of us will ever forget them.
Monguagon gets under way with Timmins and Powell as co-editors.
Dear Diary, NOVEMBER
This month is just chuck-full of things to be remembered. First, was the famous
"Monguagon All Stars" assembly with Don Larsen as director.
Next, came the traditional Sadie Hawkins Dance, where the girls try to catch a man.
I caught Zeke and he brought me a vegetable corsage.
This ends the season of football and cross-country and starts basketball and swimming.
To the coaches and men of both these sports we wish success.
Junior class officers were elected. President, Dick Gelina, Vice-President, Jim Julian,
Secretary, Suzie Cunningham, Treasurer, Louis Hawn. The class has also been practicing
for their play, "Take My Advice."
Dear Diary, DECEMBER
The big events of this month were the first basketball game with Monroe, Lwe won,
30-369 and the swimming meet with Edison Institute.
Teensters put on their annual Christmas dance which is more of a home-coming dance
The biggest and most thrilling events were the Senior Christmas Program and the
Christmas Messiah Concert. With these two events we close the year 1949 to enter 1950-
graduation year for the Seniors.
"Take My Advice" was presented the 8th and 9th and was very good. Congratulations
to Mr. Leiter and the juniors.
Speaking of the Seniors again, their graduation pictures arrived and disturbed the whole
school as usual.
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Dear Diary, JANUARY
I had a wonderful time at the Winter Wonderland dance. No wonder! Iwent with
Zeke The juniors ordered rings and hope to get them soon.
The Senior Class has worked very hard to make the Prom a big success. The end of
the semester and final exams close the first half of the school year.
Dear Diary, FEBRUARY
The most important event of this month was the annual Teenster Cabaret Show. There
was just loads of entertainment presented by various high school students. The decorations
were outstanding. Basketball is still going strong and we are keeping our fingers crossed
to see if we remain in first place.
Valentine's Day - Ah, what does that mean? Maybe a new fellow, or for the fellows
a new girl. Spring is on its way and already spring fever has struck many of the kids. ,
Dear Diary, MARCH
Aquacades will be the event of the month. The girls in high school will do a wonderful
job with the help of Miss Born and Mr. Malinowski.
With the end of basketball and swimming, we can hear the crack of a bat hitting a ball
way out in centerfield. Baseball has begun. What have those fellows been running through
the halls after school for? I know-training for track. To the coaches and team we wish
a very successful season.
Graduation announcements are being ordered by the Seniors, it isn't long now.
Dear Diary, APRIL
We are waiting anxiously for the I-Hop which will feature a well known orchestra.
The juniors are waiting just as anxiously for their rings.
The operetta "The Pirates of Penzance" which will be conducted by Mr. Pixley will be
zuiother of the big events of the month.
Easter vacation arrives bringing with it thoughts of graduation and the end of the school
Dear Diary, MAY
The students are waiting anxiously for the arrival of Monguagons, which will live up
to the saying, "Better than before."
Baseball and track have had a fairly good start now, and weather has been very
6B Music Festival will be attended by the musical groups of the 6 schools.
Dear Diary, JUNE
Only a few weeks left until graduation day. The Seniors don't look very excited, but
I czui just imagine how they feel way down inside. Recognition assembly, Senior Skip Day,
Baccalaurete, and finally, Graduation Day, end the year.
As the Seniors leave, they hope they have made an impression on the classes which
are left behind.
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Back row, left to right: Jim Gearhart, Dick Fauser, Holly Pfaff, Kenneth Schenavar, David Flaishans,
Walter Russow, Gerald Reckinger, Gerald Neubecker, Ralph Forsyth, Donald Starkey, Martin Doncouse.
Third row: Loretta Renner, Eveyln Cullin, MarvJane Currey. Delores George, Zana Dotson, Ruth Reid,
Lyna Schulte, Louise Romrenke. Diane Cummings, Geraldine Reid, Patrick Critchfield.
Second row: Mr. Griswold, Marilyn Miller, Janet Mullan, Eleanor Dennis, Ivalu Peters, Barbara Powell.
Marjorie Scharboneau, Willine Richards, Geraldine O'Neil, Pat Ross, Janet Moreland, Mrs. Ludwig.
Front row: Vivian Druyor, Pat Frost, Frances Parker, Carol Doherty, Connie Fisher, Barbara Moose,
Sylvia Richardson, Betty Richards. Katherine Demick. Uohn Morden, James Morgan, Mary Munro,
Donald Peer, Rita Schramm, Russell Scarboneau, Walter Russow, Max Richman, Mickey Farrell, Allan
Rigley, Diane Rooker. Patricia Ross.l
Back row, left to right: Robert Wood, Raymond Smith, Bernard Barrow, Darrel Cooley, Frank Brooks,
Ronald Burbo, Herbert Craig, Glenn Shields. Guy Winter, Leo Barton, Loren Shaul, Bill Siegel.
Fourth row: Barbara Clark, Beverly Cohoon, Joyce Yagle, Willie Blohm, Kenneth Schulte, Donald Boyce,
Pamela Trusco, Betty Sivyer, Peggy Teifer, Mary Buchs, Joyce Wright, Gordon Stanton.
Third row: Jim Whited, Dick Smith, Bill Thomas, Ronnie Williams, May Thoma, Melvin Checker. Meivina
Welch, Clara Blair, June Boisvenue, Henry Bielec, Bruce Stefike, Ronald Buchs.
Second row: Mrs. Kerr, John Balas, Wallace Simmons, Robert Stull Roderick Scott, Bob Bosman, Bob
Cousineau, Leland Shabinaw, John Whelan, Bob Teska, Richard Teifer,Richard Burt, Mrs. Krusell.
First row: Constance Brickey, Geraldine Cain, Joan Chatell, Joan Antelope. Constance Blazer, Janet Taepke,
Dianne Blanks, Barbara Bellmore, Constance Cady, Nancy Begeman. Marie Compeau.
CBruce Barrow, not present!
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mack row, left to right: David Howlett, Duane Laginess, Robert Henderson, Marvin Lesperance, Paul Hoyt
Jones, Lee Goniea, Gary Lowe, Raymond Martin, Ross Knight, James Masserant.
Third row: Bette Houston, Eugenia Lukasik, Wilber Kormos, Charles Kerr, Herbert Marklein, Bruce Carroll,
Dale Miles, Wesley Horen, Robert LaVoy, Illa McCuaig.
Second row: Mr. Slonaker, Charlene Hogman, Gloria Knopes, Vanda Gildersleeve, Pauline Hardin, Beverly
Ijames, Marjorie Smith, Doris McCalla, Dolores Leege, Mr. Everson
First row: Wilda Layson, Geraldine Lang, Lois Johnston, Shirley Juby, Kathleen K0!'lf91t, Carol Graham,
Mary Ludwig, Irene Long, Elaine Higgins, Phyllis Harris.
Absentees: Michael Gorno, Ina Griffin, Marvin Johnson, Mary Ann Klaes, Frances LeSage, Pauline LeSage,
Back row, left to right: Melvin Isenhour, Marvin Mathewson, Warren Sanderlin, Joseph Whalen, John Yake,
Frederick Vollmerhausen. Daniel Mandernach. Suzanne Vaughn, Mary Helen Hunter, Barbara Walldorf,
Ruth Upplegger, Mary Hashley, Ann Thompson, Walter Seal.
Third row: Ted Smith, Joseph Walker, James Taylor, Ronald LaPere, Jerry Smith, Russell Utz, Harold
Trombley, Larry Liddle, Donald Taylor, Harry Teifer, George Withey, Bill Taylor, Robert Long.
Second row: Miss Born, Helen Spence, Mary Muller, Lois MacDonald, Lorraine Staniger, Carol Laginess,
Beverly Jackson, Barbara Mathews, Joan Ryalls, Alice Wilson, Mr. Schyler.
First row: Elizabeth Vielmo, Jerry Hunter, Fairy Sakai, Dolores Williams, Helen Stover, Lemerand Lillian,
Sandra Truitt, Joan LaBeau, Dorothy Housley, Marie Lemerand. CW. C. Johnson, Jack Kortier, James
McClure, Anthony Urbanovic, Judy Zonnebelt, not present.l
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Back row, left to right: Dale Henson, Edward Greiner, Charles Gould, Floyd Hartrick, Bob Ferguson, David
Hoeft, Lloyd Hartrick, Rita Ettlich, Jean Gudith.
Second row: Kenneth Goldi, John Glazer, James Holden, Herbert Hoffee, Joseph Franzen, Donald Hatto,
Houston Fairchild, Miss Dow.
First row: Corrine Holmes, Freda Fry, Mary Francis Ford, Rosemary Hall, Nancy Ennis, Peggy Finnigan,
Back row, left to right: Paul Boyd, Harlo Mork, Edward Briscoe, Raymond Bone, Russell Donham, James
McGuire, Bill Appleton, Richard Ostrike, Richard Drozdowski, Edward Downing.
Fourth row: Alice Windle, Theresa Ouellete. Janet Munchausen, Alice Miles, Sharleen Begeman, Delores
Rypkowski, Donna Bates, Yolanda Nelson, Marian Ellias, Donna Boyd.
Third row: George Rocca, Harold Radford, Gary Riley, Tom Neubecker, Jack Doyle, Lawrence Peters, Allen
Anderson, Robert Appleton, Hubert Craig, Kenneth Dussia, Edward Deerfield, Jerry Prickett.
Second row: Mr. Muller, Judy Brannick, Pat Mentzert, Rosemarie Reynolds, Sharon Cunningham, Pauline
Beck, Connie Beer, Sally Bergeron, Pat Mullan, Elaine Meszaros, Mary Kay Dennison, Gloria Pier.
Shirley Pryor, Mr. Chamberlin.
First row: Martha Mulheisen, lone Cox, Carolyn Barnes, Barbara McCullough, Roberta McQuiston, Mary
Radcliffe, Gwen Detlor, Evelyn Redmond. Carolyn Considine, Barbara Dever, Beverly Templeton. CLee
Decker, Douglas Bourassa, John Meredith. Stanley LaLone. not presentj
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Back row: Barbara Reynolds, Elaine Bourassa, Bonnie Schroeder, Shirley Hinze, Kathleen Stewart. Jacqueline
Third row: Alberta Dingman, Joyce Butt, Nancy Cohoon, Dorothy Poublon. Frances Thibault. Marilyn Seitz.
Second row: Miss Moore, Beverly Justin, Marilyn Loomis, Elsie Noland, Wilma Ouellette.
Front row: Bettie Lezotte, Glady Hineline, Marie Reaume, Sally Schuster, Mary Ann Newsome. fDyvonne
Anderson, Patricia Kmetz, not present.l
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Back row: Eugene Bosnian, Frank De Leon, Charles Walker, Ronald Beasanski, Charles Summerville, Donald
Third row: Freddie Alhart. Sidney Dean, Darryl Begeman, Nelson Gomoll, Donald Morrison, George Hunter.
Second row: Dick Dahn, Charles Blair, Bernard Shydlowski. Bill Regal, Mr. Redmond.
Front row: Larry Bighani, Franklin Ray, Gerald Gormley, Arletus Fountain. Robert Morris.
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Back row, left to right: Mr. Slonaker, J. Doyle, H. Mork, D. Wollney, D. Henson, H. Brown.
Sec-ond row: L. Vielmo, L. MacDonald, G. Lang. P. Frost, P. Harris. B. Powell, A. Smith, M
Crock. J. Crock.
First row: l.. Turner, B. Siegel, J. Julian, W. Scott, J. Sundquist,E. Rodgers, N. Thornton, B. Clark.
The Student Council installed its officers for the ensuing
term at a school assembly. The officers are: Bill Scott, Presi-
dent, Joan Sundquist, Vice-President, Elizabeth Rodgers, Sec-
retary, Jim Julian, Treasurer.
The Councils first project of the new year was the freshmen
initiation prograni which was a great sucess. Also, the super-
vising of the football and basketball programs for the games.
The greatest success of the year was the "Snake Dance"
be-fore the Melvinclale football game.
The Council's plans for the future are to help get a score-
board for the new football field and to organize a "Booster
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Back row, left to right: P. Coaldey, J. Webster, M. Finnigan, S. Pryor, S. Begeman. M. Ellias, D. Bates,
P. Haining, D. Cummings, B. Sivyer.
Third row: E. Higgins, N. Champeon, L. Staniger, B. Jackson, P. Mullan, B. Green, V. Gildersleeve, M.
Kastura, S. Townsend, I. Wilcox. B. Steiner, B. DeI..eon.
Second row: B. Palmer, D. George, C. Doherty, J. Antelope, E. Vielmo, K. Demick, G. Belkey. J. Moreland,
M. Miles, A. Smith. D. Bell.
First row: Miss Lindsey, D. Howlett, P. Harris, S. Fenner, B. Radcliffe, R. Rebandt, N. Thornton, B. Clark.
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Seated: G. Kortfelt, C. Doherty, D. George, S. Lory, R. Smith.
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Standing, left to right: J. Swanson, R. Greenup, J. Julian, R. Smith, D. Larsen, J. Wilson, Mr. Leiter
Seated: L. Milligan, B. Scott, D. Howlett, J. Stater.
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Seated, left to right: W. Siegel, P. Jones, F. Yost, D. Larsen, J. Julian, R. Brubaker.
Standing: W. Scott, Mr. Leiter.
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Back row, left to right: B. Sivyer, J. Johnson, L. Hawn, D. Cummings, P. Boyd, R. Rebandt, P.Mul1er.
B. Houston, D. Detlor, D. Boyd, T. Thompson, B. Cooke, J. Wilson, P. Horner.
Fifth row: J. Yagle, S. McCrory, M,Dossey, C. Workman, G. Noland, L. Powell, L. Milligan, A. Batten,
B. Bevis, M Staniger, P. Haining.
Fourth row: M. Miller, G. Knopes, R. Schramm, I. McCuaig, B. Clark, B, Powell, B. Kastura, B.Walldorf
L. Riddick, G. Mullan, E. Lukasik, G. Shields.
Third row: D. Cordova, S. Juby, D. George, G. Reid, I. Peters, G. Lang, P. Harris, B. Steiner, P. Coakley
J. Webster, L. Turner.
Second row: J. Chastain, J. Brannick, B. Moose, S. Richardson, B. Richards, S. Pragert, K. Demick, B
Palmer, D. Phillips, L. Cross, V. Maszatics, M. Currey, M. Crock, E. Cullin, J. Ennis, R. Gelina
Seated: J. Crock, C. Doherty, P. Frost, F. Parker, M. Stevens, G. Cain, J. Antelope, N. Champeon, H. Spence
C. Cousineau, E. Higgins.
TEENSTER 'S EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Joan Antelope Gwen Detlor Shirley Pryor
Anne Batten Janet Ennis Marshall Reitnauer
Barbara Bevis Ray Greenup Russell Smith
Paul Boyd Pat Houston Mary Stevens
Norma Champion Gerald Kortfelt Joan Sundquist
Martha Crock Jessie Marcum Elizabeth Vielmo
Diane Detlor Mary Munro Jim Wilson
FACULTY ADVISOR: Mr. Malinowski SPONSORS: Mr. and Mrs. Farrer
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D. Oestrike, E. Briscoe, J. Walker, Mr. Malinowski.
Seated: R. Burt, W. Simmons, E. MacLellan, W. Sanderlin, J. Taylor, J. Balas.
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Seated: R. Greenup, R. Howlett, B. Scott, J. Julian, B. Clark, G. Belky, B. De Leon, B. Kinde.
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Back row, left to right: E. Cameron. J. Churchill, M. Hashley. J. Yagle. B. Sivyer. P. Hall, P. Kortfelt,
D. Bell, C. Workman, A. Lory, J. Sundquist.
Second row: J. Petta, B. Clark. M. Hunter, I. Wilcox, J. Webster, B. Green, L. Milligan, S. McCrory, S
Cunningham, Mr. Pixley.
Firsts row: E. Jackson. M. Tarr, M. Stevens, J. Smith, B. Steiner, B. Templeton, J. Brannick, E. MacArthur
Back row, left to right: B. Scott, J. Julian, H. Craig. B. LaFromboise. J. Stackhouse, D. Fisher, B. Gannaway
W. Peck, P. Muller, P. Jones, R. Burbo.
Fifth row: J. Johnson. B. Sivyer, K. Demick, S. McCrory, C. Workman, P. Hall. P. Kortfelt, P. Teifer
P- Cousineau, L. Donhang D. Boyce. B. Gibbs.
Fourth row: S. Bourassa, U. Rypkowske, M. Hunter, J. Yagle, D. Cummings, E. Cullin. R. Duncan, J
Churchill. B. Brooks, M. Hashley, D. McCalla, L. Turner, B. Radcliffe, D. Withey.
Third row: G. Bidleman. I. Wilcox, J. Ryalls, S. Underwood, E. Dinoff, S. Yake, J. Leedy, B. Kastura
N. Starkey, B. Carroll, D. Dunnigan, G. Kortfelt.
Second row: Mr. Pixley, D. Minor, M. Taylor, S. Cunningham, E. Redmond, J. Holden, J. Sundquist, E
Dennison, H. Holmes, J. Gormley, L. Liddle.
First row: D. Denno, B. Rhodes, E. Jackson. N. Glazer,W. Freels, P. Frost. C. Barnes, B. Templeton
D. Glanzman, M. Stevens, G. Reid.
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Buck row: R. Ferguson, H. Craig, R. Burbo, J. Stackhousc, R. Fisher, B. Gannaway, W. Peck. P. Muller,
Sccond row: D. Boycc, L. Donhum. R. La Fromboise, W. Radcliffe, L. Turner, R. Vtithey. W. Gibbs. Mr.
Front row: L. Littlc, G. Withey, H. Radford, R. Tcska, G. Kortfclt, D. Dunnigan, B. Carol. J.Walker,R.Bonc..
Buck row, lcft to right: H. Nelson, A. Wibcr, B. Siegel, G. Reckingcr. A. Ray, R. Dctlor, R. Angel, W.
Lucas, R. Murdock, M. A. Drodowski, D. Ball.
Second row: Mr. Slonakcr. R. Bosnian. J. Ticfcr, C. Kerr, M. We1ch,L.Matthews, H. Forcicr, P. Timmins,
J. Boisvcnuc, G. DcGz1rmorc, M. Brown, D. Cook.
First row: G. Lung, J. Antclopc, D. Lawnichak, M Crock, J. Ennis, B. Bclniorc, G. Knopes. S. Underwood,
D. Stark, A. Lory, D. Hashlcy.
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Third row: B. Morrow, L. Goniea, B. Buhl, L. McCalla, R. Fisher, D. Mexicotte, J. Bigham, R. King
Second row: Mr. Farrer, S. Sayles, M. Layson, B. Thomas, H. Price, J. Kenyon, R. La Fromboise, Mr. Wendt
Front row: R. Roberts, R. Boughner, R. Detlor, I. Stackhouse.
6 . . . Monroe-7
6 . . . Wayne-6
19 . . . Plymouth-31
6 . . . Ypsilanti-21
6 . . . Belleville-20
14 . . . Redford-6
7 . . . Melvindale-37
6 . . . Ecorse-13
66 . . . Wayne-43
29 . . . Ypsilanti-62
68 . . . Redford-40
42 . . . Plymouth-67
67 . . . Belleville-43
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BASKETBALL SCORES CROSS COUNTRY SCORES
Trenton-39 . Monroe-36 Trenton-3 Plymouth-21
Trenton-38 . . . Wayne-23 Trenton-33 Ypsilanti-22
Trenton-38 . Plymouth-29 Trenton-26 Belleville-29
Trenton-32 . Farmington-45 Trenton-42 Redford-17
Trenton-46 . Ecorse-51 Trenton-29 Lincoln Park-26
Trenton-26 . Ypsilanti-23 Trenton-29 Wayne-26
Trenton-36 . Belleville-22 Trenton-28 Wyandotte-27
Trenton-39 . . . Redford Union-40 State Meet Trenton 7th
Trenton-27 . . . Wayne-41 6B League Meet Trenton 4th
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Teskzi, Russell Utz, Ron Burbo, Jack Kortier, Bob Henderson, B111 Taylor.
Back row, left to right: J. Agnew, D. Wollney, J. Leedy, D. Ball, D. Howlett, T. Lezotte, D. Roberts, J.
Thibault, L. McCal1a, J. Crawford, R. Thomas, B. LaSage, D. Fisher, N. Wright, R. Richardson, R.
Bradd, Mr. Jaroch.
Front row: J. Nagel, J. Howlett, L. Dennis, H. Boyd, C. Martin, M. Cline, L. Vaughn, J. Knight, F. Caba,
Back row: P. Ludwig, C. Boyce, D. Bell, E. Boyce, W. Peck, A. Schoen, R. Lafayette, E. Griener, T.
Second row: G. Rocca, D. Howlett, R. Roberts, P. Horner, L. Dunham, T. Mruzek, R. LaPere, J. Prickett.
First row: Mr. Malinowski, R. Scott, R. Goldi, F. Seneski, C. Venier, D. Renner, D. Ball, R. Bradd, K.
Back row, left to right: Mr. Malinowski, A. Sayles, R. Buhl, R. Britton, D. Daddario, B. Sylvester, W. Justin,
R. Scharboneau, P. Boyd, P. Ludwig, R. Goldi.
Front row: R. Withey, T. Knight, R. La Frombois, W. Cullin, D. Wollney, J. Wood, A. Ray, J. Keller, J.
Kenyon, R. Dow.
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Back row, left to right: B. Gibbs, E. Niesen, J. Thibault, B. Wood, H. Ward, J. Gearhart.
Fourth row: N. Lagers, B. Britton, R. Engle, R. Delano, G. Lowe, B. Graham, J. Kortier.
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First row: K. Gorno, D. Wollney, D. Fisher, R. Detlor, B. Morrow, J. Stackhouse, F. Smith.
Back row, left to right: W. Blohm, D. Drozdowski, W. Johnson, G. Winters, T. Neubecker, B. Regal, S. Dean,
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Front row: J. Walker, P. Boyd, B. Taylor, J. Long, H. Craig, A. Fountain, P. Critchfield.
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