University Liggett School - Rivista Yearbook (Grosse Pointe Woods, MI)
- Class of 1949
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The Publications Board
Yearbook of Llggett School
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B A Vassar College
Ph D Umversrty of Illnnors
ANY YEARS AGO before Henry Ford became famous and whale model Ts were strll consldered the mlracle of the
age there was a tract of land on the east srde of Detroit known as the Cook Farm This beautlfully wooded quret section
became a highly desrrable resldentral drstrlct known as the lndlan Village It was before the days of the Charlevorx street
car lrne There was no traffrc to menace the safety of children on the streets Rlgld restrlctlons were lard down to keep
the neighborhood strrctly resldentral
A group of the frrst settlers rn lndran Vrllage after they had bullt their comfortable homes on the bag tree shaded
lots went on to plan a good school for therr chrldren These men rarsed the necessary money to buy land and put up the
burldrng for the Eastern Lrggett School the part of our present bulldlng which IS the lower school
ln the 36 years slnce that school was opened there have been many changes whrch any of us could lust Remarkable
It rs that throughout Detrorts tremendous expansron In splte of fantastic development of automotive plants and other
rndustnes the lndran Vlllage and Lrggett School have kept the same close relatnonshlp with whrch they started Fam:
Iles have moved away Apartment houses have been bullt on the fringes Llggett School has expanded thanks to gen
erous alumnae and other frrends so that rt has the playfreld across Burns avenue In addrtron to the upper school wmg and
the smaller playfleld besrde the school The latest acqulsrtlon rs the house and property whrch Miss Jeannette and her
brother left to the school and whlch rs now the headmrstress home the foods class laboratory and a pleasant meetmg
place for school business groups and for Informal reunrons
Throughout the years real estate men have cnted Llggett as makrng property In the nerghborhood more desirable
New famrlues replace the old as classes graduate and Lnggett gurls chrldren sat at the desks where therr mothers sat
There rs now an lndran Vrllage Assocratlon wrth considerable authonty The restnctrons whrch were orlgrnally set
up are strll largely adhered to Our school and this assocratron work together to one another s advantage The wonder
ful Pow Wow held on our playfleld last June with great red footprints polntmg the way on crty pavements to the tent
rn the mrddle of the hockey freld brought together lndrans large and small for a happy evening of feasting and fun The
annual meetmg of the assoclatron rs held In school ln the fall In return the assoclatlon IS interested rn helping Lrggett
get ln touch wlth new comers to the neighborhood
Llggett gurls now come to 2555 Burns from all parts of the clty and suburbs They return then One lrttle two lrttle
three lrttle lndrans to homes as far away as Windsor Grosse lle and Wyandotte to make their famnlles and friends
acquainted with the lndlan Vrllage communrty
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She IS more than Mass Ogden s personal secretary more than
a smlllng presence and a cheery volce In the school office
or her radiant sense of humor
or her quick sympathy and genuine understandmg
or her unusual Interest In all Lnggett gurls
or her eagerness to help lhem at any time
Mrs Ruhla GOOdWIllI6
And to hcr we dcdlcatc thus IXIVISTA
Muslc Frrst Grade
ROSEMAE S CLARK
Surette School of Muslc Kent Sfdfe UMVGFSIYY
Longy School of Music B E Chicago Teachers College
Wayne Unlversaty Northwestern Unlversuty
Filth and Sixth Grades English
NM' CO'-E ETTA JEAN CRAIG
ALMA B COCKBURN
Toronto College of Education Unlverslty of
Toronto Columbla Unlverslty
B A Wayne University
Diploma National Education of lreland NEVA CRHGHTON
Queen s Umversnty Belfast Marlboro College
Dublm Pupil of Wllllam Orpen John Keatmg
Dublm School ot Art Umverslly of Clucago
B A M A Unnversrty of Mlchlgan A University of Mlchlgon
Sensor Kmdergarten French Second Grade
LILIAN CURT0 JEAN FOX DOLORES Gosnosxs
B A M A Wayne Unlversvty
Mrchngan State Normal College Mlddlebury Summer School of French B U:lve:xa4lln:A'g1clll2ge
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Physacal Educatlon Mathematics and Geography
HELEN GRINNELL MABEL H'-YS
western College B S Ohlo State Unlversntv
Thlrd and Fourth Grades Junlor Kmdergarten
RHODA PEARL INNES GLADYS KING
B A Unlverslty of Clnclnnatl Hamline Unlverslty
Wayne Unlversuty Wayne Unlverslty
Speech and English Span.sh
SALLY O'CONNOR LOIS PULFER
Bennett Junnor College
Boston Museum School of Fme Arts
Student of John Carroll
Deborah Kallen Samuel Halpert
Typmg and Mathematlcs
B A, Mlchlgon State College, Dennison Unnverslty, B A, Umverslty of Michigan,
Wayne Umversnty B A, Wayne UHIVSYSIIY Wayne Umversuty
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Physical Educohon Blology and Chemnstry Latm
ALICE DMYTROW SMYTH
JUDITH S WARDWELL JANE L WELSBY
B A Oberlun College
B A Mount Holyoke College
B S Umversuty of Mlclngan M A Wellesley College Boston Unuversnty
OLIVE H LOUD
Mlchngan State College Wayne Unlvemty
Marnne Blologlcol Lsbrory
Hlstory and English English
CLARE C BOND EVA MCKINLEY WEST
B A Unlverslty of West Vlrglnla B A Wellesley College
M A Columbia Unlverslty
GRETCHEN KNIGHT BLACKBURN
MARY ALICE DIETRICH
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Nancy Irene Burgess
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PAST Original member of class A LAD FROM
STRATFORD MAN WITH THE BOWLER HAT
Sophomore class presrdent Lake Forest Con
ference class numerals Self Government
Board presldent May Queen
PRESENT Humorous qulps cashmere sweaters rmpush
smile Impromptu comedian U of M football
games Slx Mule road races-abllrty to get
along wrth everyone
FUTURE Bradford or Pune Manor
Ann Threse Bolton
Publlcatlons Board business manager 47 var
srty and class basketball A LAD FROM
STRATFORD-THE SANDLEWOOD BOX
Christmas program solos-class L-all mono
grams chairman of the Publucatnons Board
Frank unusual competence-calm assurance
and perfect posse snappy come backs-rn
dlvlduallty teasing nature attractive
ecutrve abrlrty talented sewer
Unrversrty of Mrchlgan
lnterclass basketball and hockey freshman
vnce president double quartet 46 47 punror
May Queen attendant sophomore and purnor
dance decoratnon commlttees
Phldge strnkrng profule mama for crew
cuts and cars sudden schemes l mean'
sentrmental streak blarney rnterested an
others personallty plus
Mnchugan State College
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PAST RIVISTA art edutor Chrnstmas tableau-class
hockey and baseball-decorotlons commlttee
for sophomore and IUDIOY dances A LAD
FROM STRATFORD BRIEF MUSIC
PRESENT Ton: unusual dark eyed beauty vlvld um
agmatlon-artustlcally mclmed-defunltely ac
complnshed-dnmpled smrle aesthetlc soft
muslcal speak mg volce
FUTURE Columbla Umversuty
Mary Suzanne George
PAST Senlor varsity basketball A LAD FROM
STRATFORD-class hockey and baseball
Photography Club sensor Community Chest
chairman-decoratlons committee fo lUUl0f
dance Joseph ln the Chrlstmas tableau
PRESENT Photography fiend Grosse lle again' knlttmg
tall llthe brunette warm smile soft shun
mg haur perfectnonnst of dead pan qulps
FUTURE Mnchugan State College
Joan Frances Fltzslmons
Jumor class president varsnty hockey and bas
ketball Junior Senlor Banquet Committee
Lake Forest Conference member of the Sym
mathetea Board class wlnner In swlmmlng
knntter droll Boat Club escapades loyal
friend untamed twankle and fetching giggle
FUTURE University of Mlchlgan
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Joan Elalne Jaekel
N1nth grade May Queen attendant THE MAN
IN THE BOWLER HAT-double quartet
eleventh grade bowlmg champlon lnterclass
basketball and baseball secretary of he
senuor class numerals Chrlstmas program
Jake -outstondung soprano-art enthus1ast
stunnlng clothes d6llCIOUS shy charm
dozens of shoes never end1ng hospltalrty
stra1ght forward gaze devoted fr1end
Soc1ety of Arts and Crafts
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so mTE!BlT 0U3an Hadley
1431 9 G5LLlQQ5"-QQUUW QER-l"E, beach
Mm mmloawd as et all a phomgSl' cts
mi Li, class presldent THE SANDLEWOOD BOX
Lake Forest Conference perennlal baseballls CL-Q-S
wJ1- capta1n Llggett L Jun1or Senlor Banquet
commlttee pres1dent of the Athletlc Board
TQ PRESENT Had beammg face teddy bear laugh
worrled look at vars1ty games weekends at
VQJJQ, Bloomfreld and Chatham hard worker well
luked by all school sp1r1t
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Mary Evelyn Johnson
Vars1ty and class hockey and basketball A
LAD FROM STRATFORD MAN WITH THE
BOWLER HAT art work for RIVISTA tenth
grade song leader mus1c solos gunlor class
hockey capta1n-class L-ed1tor of GOPHER
Frnvolous banter-comely spontaneous laugh
ter-d1vers1f1ed talents honey blond-aglle
teacher ducker -charmlngly natural
vlable flgure and carnage
M1ch1gan State College or Stephens
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Senlor varsrty basketball A LAD FROM
STRATFORD swrmmmg meets class baseball
decoratrons commrttee for rumor dance
class hockey and basketball numerals Photo
graphy Club Presrdents Proclamatuon
Ambrtrous photographer pert and peppy
swrmmrng-catchrng laugh Johnny -optum
1st1c Harsens Island spunky completely
and del1ghtfully herself
New York lnstrtute of Photography
Joan Estelle Mayberry
A LAD FROM STRATFORD decoratrons com
mrttee for all dances-chasrman of punlor
dance speech programs THE PLOT TO
OVERTHROW CHRISTMAS-class hockey and
Frlendly skrlled wth the pen and brush
grggly braves all weather naturally curly
ha1r-a warm smrle wrllrng and capable
Mrchrgon State College
Mary Susan Lrvmgstone
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Grace Whrtney Hoff Scholarshrp-edrtor of
RIVISTA Lake Forest Conference varsrty
commrttee-Lrggett L-class basketball and
hockey captarn-senror Moy Queen attendant
-all monograms presldent of senror class
Our number one redhead-dependable-ex
presslve brown eyes Fnnnush flame refresh
rngly honest perseverrng vrvrd rmagrnatron W-D
coupled wrth sound Ioguc qualutres we envy
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Carol Margaret Serenberg
Class hockey A LAD FROM STRATFORD
MAN IN THE BOWLER HAT speech assem
blues uunuar varsuty hockey vuce presudent of
the Self Government Board ballet assembly
PRESENT Talented 49 s one claum to lame Hardung
weekend at the Waldorf-graceful com
mand performance un England-always the bal
Beverly Jean Radcluffe
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PAST Varsuty hockey and basketball decorotuons
commuttee for sophomore and uunuor dances
speech programs THE PLOT TO OVER
THROW CHRISTMAS class hockey-art work
PRESENT Art unterest Duck unmustakable sunceruty
Peter Pon hour cut unduvudual approach
luterary skull wullung and co operatuve spurut
FUTURE Not certaun
Lenore Eluzabeth Smuth
Cluaurmon of nunth grade tea Publucatuons
Board luterary edutor sophomore dance chaur
man summer theater THE SANDLEWOOD
BOX-art work for RIVISTA the Madonna
Accompluslued lyruc wruter laughing streaks
art and luterary enthusiast creator of our
senlor room s darung UI murals Grosse Pounte
truendly loyal suncere
FUTURE Muchugan State College
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Freshman class presudent class song leader
monogroms double quartet 46 47 A LAD
FROM STRATFORD MAN WITH THE
BOWLER HAT numerals rumor prng pong
champuon vrce president ot the Symmathetea
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w s a smrle that allurmg TABU' can
scnentlous mlxabllnty wrnsome ways rare
ond precrous trarts
Mrchlgan State College
Sophomore dance decoratrans commrttee
Photography Club sensor varsnty basketball
sophomore class shuffle board champion
Carpool mrx ups photography enthusiast
Hally genurne platrnum blond smooth dancer
poker face U ol M weekends anrmated
Umversrty of Mrchlgan
Helen Patricia Ann Texter
PAST Varsrty and class hockey and basketball A
LAD FROM STRATFORD MAN WITH THE
BOWLER HAT French award for the most
progress monograms punror class basketball
captaun all crty hrst team basketball and sec
and team hockey Llggett L president of the
Petite scads of men srde wuse glance re
nowned hard worker enthuslastlc partncrpator
FUTURE Muchrgan State College
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Sophomore and semor class treasurer Lake
Forest Conference chanrman of the Junror
Senior Banquet decoratnons commuttee for
punlor dance Christmas tableau president of
the Photography Club member of the Self
Government Board sensor May Queen attend
Quiet charm changing moods whlmslcal
humor Have you ever7 thoroughly com
posed mren modest warm radrant laugh
one of our best
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May I wear your luscuous blue sweater tan skurt pearl choker black gurdle and your sheer seamless stockungs to the bug dance tonught7
That us a famuluar call un a large dormutory at any college Now the gal who owns all these thungs us always afraud that somethung wont get
back to her The gurl who borrows mught be druven out un the country and have to leap over a barbed wure fence or the pearls of the choker mught
break and go streamung all over the dance floor What should she do? Should she say yes and have the borrower ruun everythung but call her the
best fruend she ever had or should she say no and make an enemy for Iufe7
In famulues uts always the younger suster or brother who looks longungly un the older ones closet wushung to wear her bronze low cut pumps
or hus checked bow tue Why us ut the older member of the famuly always has the desurable clothes that one wants to borrow7 Also mothers and
fathers have to lend theur clothes to all the members of the famuly so for that reason the parents wuth three chuldren arent half as un demand
as the parents wuth thurteen chuldren
Oh I am now un class the door us shut and everyone has a pen but me Yesterday the teacher had explucutly told us to brung a pen to class
for a test I thought my pen was un my pencul case but lo and behold ut usn t The teacher angrrly asks me where the pen us and I answer I
dont know She sends me bewuldered out of the room to the lubrary and I automatucally flunk the course When the buzzer rungs I dolefully
walk down the hall to my locker and who should appear but a very good fruend who says 'Thanks a lot for your pen I took ut out of your pencul
case because I dudnt have anythung to do last hour so I used ut to draw cartoons' I feel luke commuttung nothung less than murder but
Borrowung of course can be observed from both a good and bad angle The borrower looks at ut from the good sude and the lender from the
Its hard to remember when I came to love what we call the country or the out of doors It seems as though there has always been a specuol
spot reserved for ut un my pleasure storeroam
When I was just a Iuttle gurl the whole famuly used to spend a week or two of the summer at Daddys cottage on the Manustee Ruver Al
though we were near the famed wunter resort of Graylung and the much publucuzed Au Sable Ruver whuch I stull unsust does not even approach
our Manustee for fush or beauty we seemed cut off from the outsude world We played hude and go seek un hugh tangled grass that was almost
as tall as we were took walks through moss covered blueberry sprunkled land and sometumes had the excutement of a boat rude down the wund
road that leads to Burchwood Lodge the road that us Iuned by towerung punes untermungled wuth the stark whute burches for whuch the cottage
was named and across whuch a tumud whutetauled deer mught dart suddenly And sometumes whule lyung un bed I hear the clear note of the whup
poorwull puercung the calm stullness of the nught
One of my furst football games was a memorable experuence not for the brulluant plays or the sturrung musuc of the smartly dressed band as
you mught umagune but rather for the spot we chose to stop and eat our lunch We ate on land that was marked pruvate but can or should
beauty be kept away from people by a sugn7 A crusp breeze rufflung the slopung hulls brown un the autumn sunlught and sturrung the trees whose
leaves faded gradually from brulluant shades of red unto soft deep browns why should only one reap the harvest of such beauty?
I thunk my love for the out of doors grew and flourushed more at camp than anywhere else It us there that l luved and stull do lrve summer
after summer among all the beautues of the God made world that one can ask for
Who can help notucung the moods of an ever chongung lake the days when ut us calm and smooth and clear as glass the days when ut us
blue yet green and farther out there us a dustunct Iune of greyush brown broken occasuonally by an edge of whute or the days when ut reflects a
dark fearful sky and roars uts mayestuc waves upon a fast dumunushung shore? There us no other sound that makes me feel as the roarung ofa great
body of water does and no wund us so refreshung as that off a stormy sea whuch pulls at your haur and seems faurly to tear away any grume or
durt and leave you clean throughout
Every spot un camp us famuluar to me for one reason or another
and perhaps that us why I fund so much beauty there Fo usnt
famrluaruty partly responsuble for makung you love your relatuves for
fundung joy un a household pet or for seeung beauty un a sunrayed
taste for the country us not merely the habut of beung out of
doors not just a desure to have fun un wude open spaces but rather
a realuze ut now ut us a love of seeung beauty And un my knowl
edge there us no place so magnufucently beautuful as one that has
been left untouched by man to rupen change and grow more awe
some and wonderful through the ages For what man can create
beauty that can compare wuth that wrought by Gods hand?
Nfary Sue Luvungstone
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ACK ROW Joan Fltzslmons Beverly Radcllffe Potrlcua Texter
MIDDLE ROW Lenore Smnth Sue George Phyllus Chulds Joan Hadley Julae Komar Ann Townsend Ton: de Cary Edlth Werback Carol
FRONT ROW Manlyn Stebbms Dorothy Smgelyn Ann Bolton Mary Johnson Joan Jaekel Mary Sue Luvmgstone Nancy Burgess
ALSO IN CLASS Joan Mayberry
Presudent MARY SUE LIVINGSTONE
Vace President NAN
MARY SUE LIVINGSTONE
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BACK ROW Joyce Bevan Dnanne Montgomery Mary Lou McCoy Ann Knox Ann Burton Mary Rea Ruth Longs Susne Chenot
MIDDLE REAR ROW Patrrcla Oppenhelm Vnrglnra Smlllle Ruth Henderson Sldney Ann Boales Janet Allen Joan Wllson Jlll Predmore
MIDDLE FRONT ROW Abby Anne Campbell Joan Harness Mums Rohn Barbara Warner Suzanne Shafter Jnll Gerrard Mlnam Baxter
FRONT ROW Nancy Alles Nancy Meacham Barbara Carse Jane Austln Joan Lyons
ALSO IN CLASS Joan Fllntermonn Susan Essmgton Kay Stanton Bette Ross
President RUTH LANGS
Vlce President JOAN HARNESS
Secretary MARY REA
Treasurer JOAN WILSON
Monograms Class Mascot
What shall I do my homeworks not done.
Television s on and its much more fun.
History test tomorrow oh why oh why
Drd so many klngs have to dne7
lf I studled now I thought wrth a smlle
I could take a rest and watch for awhnle
I thumbed through my math book page 208
lf x equals 30 whats the tram s rate7
A few mmutes more and Im golng to see
Whatever the story happens to be
My French IS not done yet QUELLE HEURE A T
DIX HEURE PLUS QUATRE' how time seems to ree'
Just one more subject I thought with delight
Then Ill be through for the rest of the mght
Chaucers work rs stall remembered today
Whon that Aprll e wrth hrs shoures soote
I closed my books breathed a slgh of content
My homework s all done an evening well spent
But what was the use why bother to try
Televlsuon s off and another mght gone by
A Yearlmg In Sprung
She stands a bronze statue agamst the sprung sky
Coat polished copper and mane sllky fme
True thoroughbred blood shows In every llne
Then snghtmg wlth glee some Imaginary foe
She reared rn the our Ilthe as a doe
A leap to rnght a snort of delight
Up flung dainty heels and shes off an full flight
At the end of the meadow she paused from her tear
Her rnquusmve nncker let rung In the alr
Two yearlmgs approached her In their mrschrevous pay
ne palomrno the other blood bay
e fully lmpatrently pawed at the ground
n the tram Inttle bay was off In one bound
Wlth that young palommo both fearless and bold
Wlth plume tall of snlver coat dappled wrth gold
As all three stampeded with all of their might
Thelr hoofbeats ebbed as they faded from sight
And I firmly declded upon this one thang
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Nrght slowly approached and the
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ful sounds of the mght
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BACK ROW Emlly Hardy Connue Hodges Judy Hubbard Mary Weaver Dorothy White Sandra Kress Barbara Boerslg
MIDDLE ROW Joanne Lewis Lola May Doelman Julne Later Theresa Font Carol Beyschlag Patrlcla Ward Vlclu Schlafer Becky Ann
Patterson Barbara Allen Duane Johnston Susan Crawford
FRONT ROW Cynthia Keydel Elame Goodwlllle Jane Patten Joan Robertson Mary Ann Chenault Ann Maese Carolyn Race Dorothy
Hull Cynthla Hadley
President JUDY HUBBARD
Vlce President MARY ANNE CHENAULT
Secretary JULIE LAFER
Treasurer BECKY ANN PATTERSON
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MARY ANNE CHENAULT
BECKY ANN PATTERSON
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ln Domremy a town of France
There llved a maiden fanr
Who looked upon her fathers sheep
When shepherds were not there
One day whlle busy rn the flelds
She heard strange vorces say
Go save your country Joan of Arc
lt needs you dont delay
And so sweet Joan at eighteen years
Her chnldhood town dld leave
Her land from Englishmen to save
And llberty achieve
To Chmon then she went at once
An army for to get
But Charles Seven Kung of France
Responded with regret
Now darllng dont you thunk that you
Are just a lnttle young
To lead a band of flghtmg men
The Englushmen among?
Joan of Arc
At last dear Joan went out to war
Her army at her srde
A brave and vallant warnor
A valuable guude
Whate er she dvd she dad lt well
Whenever In the fight
As splruted as a hart was s e
As luvely as a sprnte
New Orleans and Pans too
She won them with her grnt
Her shlnlng armor sparkling brlght
The clash of swords alr splrt
But came that sad and frnghtful day
When .loan was taken In
Her enemles could then all slt
And through therr teeth could grm
Condemned to due was poor dear Joan
But never dnd she flmch
As hungry flames dld luck her feet
And finally every Inch
Oh no slr cried the eager voice
I do not thunk you see
lt s God himself and all Has host
That wlll be gundrng me
l must explaln nght here and now
About this certam lung
lt seems that fear had seized his mlnd
Hrs soul began to stung
Oh Joan Salnt Joan rlse up agam
lYou are not wrthered yet!
And pull the world from flames of greed
So no one wlll forget
Becky Ann Pallerxurr
ncephon of Life
What do they say when we are young?
They soy for us llfe s just begun
They llken us to tuny streams
That have not yet fulfilled their dreams
And pomed the oceans stmgnng spray
O God that you should see us In thus way
What do they say when we have grown?
They re others whore more versed IN life
They see us as a grant wheel
That turns and turns never to feel
The agony of endless day
O God that you should see us ln this wa
What do they say when we are o 7
They say we ve lost our youthful spice
They see us as a dummmg Ilght
That qulvers and nts ebbmg sight
ls frt only for those wha pray
O God that you should see us nn thu
But now they say smce we are dead
They gave us all thenr best advnce
They say we were lake shups at sea
That weathered storms trnumphantly
And entered port from mnghts dismay
O God how could you judge by what they say7
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Graham Marllyn Robertson Gall Lovejoy
FIRST ROW Sandra Brown Connle Cllbbon Nancy Brinker Barbara Murphy Madalyn Fluent Janet Mclnally Judy Helgho Eleanor K
ALSO IN CLASS Eleanor Peer
Preslclenl' JANET MclNALLY
Vlce President MARCIA CHEN
Secretary SANDRA BROWN
Class Color Treasurer BARBARA MURPHY Class 'Wascol
MARCIA CHEN MARCIA CHEN
BARBARA GRAHAM BARBARA GRAHAM
KAY JORDAN KAY JORDAN
SUE MacLEAN SUE MacLEAN
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The Storm Comes and Goes
Drrvrng swrftly homeward wrth lrttle hopes of wrnnrng we entered the race the storm gatherrng around us A narrow two lane road wound
ahead of us bound on erther srde by deep drtches flanked by many trees Thrs approachrng storm heralded by prolonged deep rumblrngs off rn
the drstance had suddenly ended our pleasure drrve and left but one thought to reach home safely before rt struck
The arr became strll and expectant wartrng for the fury so loudly promrsed Overhead great masses of dark angry clouds rolled up from the
horrzon and thrust long frngers ahead of them These omrnous srgns surroundrng us burlt up tensron wrthrn the car We sat tense nervously wart
rng for what was to come Conversatron became drscannected rnterrupted as each of us excrtedly exclarmed at and drew attentron to new prod
rgres of the storm now raprdly overtakrng us
The once drstant thunder growled and rattled rnterspersed wrth vrolent flashes of dartrng Irghtnrng rllumrnatrng the sullen clouds Abruptly
the wrnd came The frrst vrolent gusts settled down to a steady pushrng roar As though thrs were the srgnal the clouds opened and the rorns
came Great torrents fell from the skres drrven by the gale of wrnd and actrng as a curtam hrd all before us Drrvrng became an rmpossrbrlrty
We pulled up at the srde af the narrow road and prcked as best we could a spot not too near any trees The arr wrthrn the car became hot and
close as we sat there a lrttle group of people awed and frrghtened by thrs drsplay of nature s mrght Trees were bent and tossed rn the wrnd as
though they were mere bushes The outsrde world was frlled wrth flyrng branches torn loose and drscarded by the wrnd Wrth a great crash the road
was suddenly blocked by a tree no longer able to wrthstand the buffetrng Behrnd us another tree fell vrctrm to the same force
We sat there thrnkrng that the rntensrty of the storm could not last much longer and that each moment would brrng a slackenrng rn rts
fury After what seemed hours to us wartrng rn the closed cars the frerceness of the storm gradually subsrded to a steady rarn The combrned
force of all persons wartrng pushed the obstructrng trees asrde and we proceeded slowly homeward down the slrppery cluttered road wrth vrsrons
of the peace and quret of our home
He must hurry He drdn I' have much time Oh' what was wrong wrth hrs Iegs7
Mad thoughts raced through hrs head What rf they caught up wrth hrm frrst? What
rf he drdnt reach there rn trme7 What rf someone got there before hrm' Oh why
couldn t he run faster? There was a heavy feelrng rn hrs stomach He was so wor
rred Hrs heart was poundrng rn hrs chest and hrs lungs were dry What rf they
came and took hrm back to the home? Trme was so rmportant Why drd the hands
hrm? They were all probably on hrs trarl by now
Frnally rt loomed rnto srght There was the graveyard Never was he so happy
to see rt Its gravestones gleomed rn the pale moonlrght and the stars all seemed
to twrnkle down on hrm He was so trred he dropped to the ground and started to
crawl to the famrlrar spot Hed been there only once before but he had the spot
so clearly memorrzed rn hrs mrnd that he saw rt all day long and could hardly wart
for the nrght to make hrs break He was rrght over the spot He began drggrng
wrldly at frrst and at a very raprd speed The drrt was flyrng everywhere but hrs
speed began to slacken slowly Then he sow rt a but decayed but he certarnly
drdn t mrnd He serzed rt He gazed upon rt affectronately Then he ran under
neath the tree The dog settled down to frnrsh the bone that he d burred there a
few days earlrer a bone from the famrly steak
A Sunday Afternoon
It rs late afternoon The wrnd rs howlrng and rt has rarned frequently durrng the day The dog rs Iyrng somewhere around the housenl don t
know exactly where for he s the type of dog that you never can frnd untrl you trrp over hrm rn a dark corner The house rs perfectly str except
for the radro and Jack the Bellboy who rs tellrng me to Irsten rn tomorrow rn hrs most appealrng manner Ive just frnrshed talkrng on the phone
and we ve decrded that rts not worth walkrng rn the paurrng rarn srnce we see each other every day
Its gettrng late and Im gettrng hungry so I thrnk III make some fudge and surprrse the famrly when they get home Now lets see-mrlk
chocolate-sugar7 no sugar Well now what can be made wrthout sugar? At least I can have a coke Or do we have any' Well there s nothrng
lrke a nourrshrng glass of mrlk'
Gorng back I srt down and prck up my knrttrng I look at rt speculatrvely and before my half closed eyes I see a hole-a hole rn my beautrful
h I h ld ossrbl answer rt
Argyles' The telephone rrngs Ill get rt I yell and dash towards the phone forgettrng that I om t e on y one w o cou p y
Hello? No thrs rsnt the Royal Laundry You must have the wrong number Yes goodbye I hang up and go back to my knrttrng and the radro
whrch rs tellrng me to use Palmolrve soap and rn fourteen days III have beautrful skrn
Then I hear the sound of a car turnrng up the drrve mrngled wrth a loud thump from the room above me whrch rs the dog as he rolls off the
wrndow seat and comes bumprng down the starrs to greet the famrly I put down my fholeyl knrttrng and go to the door glad to hear vorces and
have companronshrp but somewhat sad at the drsturbrng of the peace and quret of my Sunday afternoon
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Oh Llggett School we sung to you
In you our hearts an bound anew
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The splrlt which has made her fame
THIRD ROW lleff to rlghtl Johanna Berke Mlml Jackson Lynn Connor Vnrglma Nalr
SECOND ROW Barbara Bonney Eloise Gorton Cornelia Von Mach Gay Wright Judith Ebllng Joyce Mitchell Georglana Clark Mrs
FIRST ROW Joan Blsceglla EleanorJ Johnson Wlnlfred Oades Susan Boomer Elaine Mllner
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The ground outslde IS whlte wuth snow
A strange peace covers the earth
All seems as It was so long ago
On the nlght of Our Savrors blrth
Far In the distance the church bells rmg N?
And through the wmdow a candle burns
And under the street lamp the carolers sung yygN'
And we all are at peace wnth the world
Wll1l1 IC Oades
When the sunny summer IS over
The months of damp and cold creep ln
Now It rs fall and the month of October 14-4'
And the trees are bare and thln 'fs
The skles are cloudy dark and gray
The days are shorter too
And the mornmg grass IS a blanket of dew ZF"
By all these slgns you know at s fall
And the prettiest trme of the year
But soon the butter wlnd of winter wlll call
And to fall well have to say goodbye for another happy year
The Character I Most Admlre
The character l most admlre ns my grandfather He IS a man about seventy sux and he loves baseball He IS stlll qulte actuve for hrs age and
even plays baseball with me He IS much better than l am
There as one thing l dont like about hum and that IS he gets nervous lf he ever goes out anywhere he IS afrald hes golng to be late so he
always starts out an hour ahead of time Once he was gomg to puck up someone at Willow Run Airport The plane got ln at l O0 p m He was there
one hour ond a half before the plane arrived and then It was late Also If his favorite radlo program IS on he calls my grandmother mother and
father and If they are busy he yells untll they come
I suppose he IS this way because he IS gettmg old l feel sorry because all his friends are dying and he feels he will be going soon But all In
all he s the nlcest grandfather anyone could ever have
Cornclra Von Nach
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SECOND ROW Neff to rlghrl Barbara Golmske Mary Ellen Budd Sylvna Hadley Carol Larsen
FIRST ROW Mrs Bond Valene Oppenheum Anne Murphy Dollene MacKenzie Sally Boales Marjorie McConnell Lynn Markus Linda
ALSO IN CLASS Shelley Scarney
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The night IS black like the stormlng sea
From whose terror all do flee
And rts clouds are luke the blllowlng foam
And the stars are the treasures ut trles to own
When the sea IS calm and the nrght IS clear
And the ones about have nothlng to fear
Then the stars are free to wander and roam
Llke the llttle fishes that swlm rn the loom
The nnght has a thousand thmgs to see
As the moon souls oer each meadow and lea
And the round part slightly touches the sea
Mary Ellen Budd
Gremlins are everywhere
Ive heard of gremlrns good and bad
Ive also seen them happy and sad
Some are small and some are tall
And some you cannot see at all
Sometimes when a gremlm s ln your house
He rs as quiet as a mouse
But when he happens to sprll the glue
Everything IS blamed on you
When you can t hnd your book
A lnttle gremlm knows where to look
When your bow as tred m knots
A aertann gremlm laughs lots and lots
When queer thmgs happen all around
You know the gremluns are m your town
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FIRST ROW Patty Blsceglla Gall Webster loan Allen
SECOND ROW flefl to right! Marlon De Keyser Judy Davidson Barbara Standish Vlrglnla Schneck Garlln Wood Elizabeth Gray
FIRST ROW Mary Jane Fox Peggy Jo Benson Carolyn Wagstaff Kendra lsbey
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My Favorite Christmas Present
This year I got a lot of presents but the one l liked best was my Super Deluxe Schwin Bicycle. I got it from my mother and my father.
It is blue ond white. The seat is o white one, and you can bounce up and down in it. lt has a beautiful white light on the front wheel and a
red light on the back wheel. I found it under the tree Saturday. I love my new bicycle very much.
I have ci little dog He is a Boston Terrier He will be three years old in January We will have had him three years in April He is black and
white His name is Chubby
Every night he sleeps in my room or my brother s room
When l go down in the morning he always lies by the radiator to keep warm He always barks at squirrels and other dogs
One day we took him over to my grandmothers house She has a little English Setter My dog and her dog barked and fought
ln the evening Chubby always sits home Then he goes to sleep
He is very friendly l think he is a swell dog the best dog in the world
Christmas with its lots of toys And when its time for Christmas dinner
ls only for good girls and boys With its cranberry sauce and turkey winner
And the Christmas tree with candy canes I have myself such o wonderful time
And holly round the window panes I feel that Christmas is all mine
Someone I Know
It is the funniest sight to see old Mose the gardener come through the gate on Wednesday afternoon Old Mose is thin He is an old colored
man of the South
My grandmother who knows he wants work to get rid of him ond yet pay him gives him chickens to clean He cleans them out In the back
Old Mose is kind and he is so funny and queer If you are in the blues he can do one trick and you re full of fun too He always wears
smile and is always a pocket full of fun
Don t you wish you knew Mose too?
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I have a little cat thats the cutest thing in all the world
He is black with a white face and black ears
Muggins Ithat is what I call him? has a big blue marble that he rolls along the floor One day his marble rolled down the basement stairs
Muggins would have followed it but something caught his attention What was that that stood in the corner? lt was the wastepaper basket ln
quisitive Muggins lumped inside The wastepaper basket started to tip It ro led down the steps with Muggins inside Down it rolled with a bang
to the basement with Muggins still inside Meow screamed Muggins as the wastepaper basket hit the furnace Fphtt said Muggins as he
lumped from the basket fur obristle Now do you understand why I like Muggins,
Peggy lo Benson
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FIRST ROW Lmdajoy Edwards Cynthua Scott
A Cold Shock A Big Family
One hot summer day my srster Jane and I were playmg near
a stream It looked clear and cool We wanted to go wadlng
Jane suggested that we race to see who could get her shoes
and socks off furst Jane won the race Bravely we went mto the
stream As soon as our feet touched the water we screamed and
turned back The water was so :cy that before we got ashore we
thought our feet would freeze off A rancher told us the water
was from a glacier
Ll ndajoy Edwa rds
In an ant family eggs are Iald by the queen ant Young ants
look luke llttle fat whlte worms The nurse ants take care of
the babues The bables are fed and aured by the nurses Food
called honeydew IS grven to the bables Aphlds grve honeydew
to the babres When baby ants have grown larger they can
make cocoons In the cocoons the baby ants are warmed and
arred The cocoons do not stay rn one place They must be
warmed aired and moved about In the wmter the bug and
Ilttle ants go to the roots under the ground Ants get honey
dew In the wmter from the aphids that lrve on the roots
Aphlds are often called ant cows
Hendrreka Van Rlper
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FIRST ROW Julle Schneck Mary Warren
ALSO IN CLASS Ellen Stanny
The Village Garden Patch
The vullage garden patch IS In the mlddle of the woods The
patch rs a fleld wuth trees all around It Breadfruut and coco
nut and banana trees are growmg around ut Men and boys
take turns working m the garden In the held they plant taro
They keep the weeds out whule ut grows Boys clamb trees and
knock down the coconuts The workers puck up the coconut
breadfrult and banana and put them In baskets After their
work us fmrshed about the mrddle of the day everybody takes
a nap When It cools off the worker wall carry the baskets
of food to the village
Trammg A Reindeer
Every year Johan s father gave hum and has slster a remdeer
Each family had a specnal way of markmg thenr remdeer In
men take turns In taking care of them The dogs help too
Johan wanted to tram one of hrs remdeer to pull a sled They
selected a two year old remdeer and Johans father threw a
lasso around hrs neck The lasso was made of remdeer skun
A cord was put around the relndeers neck and a log fastened
to the other end of the cord The remdeer ran around wuldly
Then they took the cord from has neck Johan s father sand
We will have to put the rope on ham every day If you want
hum to wear a harness next wmter Each year the family
lulls some of their remdeer From the sknns they make thenr
clothes tents rugs and blankets The bags In whlch they keep
theur clothes are made from remdeer skm too
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THIRD ROW llett to raghtl Marllyn Fellows Sandra Posvar Elizabeth Howard Evelyn Fisher Julne Ann Hartmann Phyllns Zerullu
SECOND ROW Jon Budd Mary Loulse Rudlck Bully Walker
FIRST ROW Andy McGaughey Ann Laurence Michael lrwm
ALSO IN CLASS Frederlck MacMillan
Cynthia S Dog A Cat
Cynthia has a dog Hls name rs Pepper I lrke hum He IS
Warn lyn Fellows
The Story of the Silly Woodpecker
At home there IS a cat lt IS always on our porch step It
slts there and meows It rs the neighbors cat
Julie Ann Hartmann
Tap Tap Tap went Mr Woodpeckers drum but when Bully came out Mr Woodpecker stopped pecking at hrs tree and tell Into
a puddle And what do you thlnk7 He was soaked from head to foot and he had to dry m the sun
My First Tram Rude
When l was three or tour years old I had my flrst and only tram rude My slster Justme didnt go For my doll I took Llttle Bo
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THIRD ROW Bonny Blom Sharon Sorenson Suzy Tllley Lunda Kingswood
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FIRST ROW Rosamond Fendler
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AT DESK Mlss Katharine Ogden President NANCY BURGESS
LAST ROW Suzanne MacLean Cyntlua Keydel
Nancy Burgess Kay Jordan Edith Werback V'Ce Pfesldenl CAROL SERENBERG
FRONT ROW Mary Weaver Barbara Curse
Sidney Ann Boales
Secretary SIDNEY ANN BOALES
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FRONT ROW Mlm: Baxter Manlyn Stebbins Treasurer SUZANNE SHAFTER
LAST ROW Rebecca Ann Patterson Abby Ann Chairman of the Board ANN BOLTON
Campbell Mary Johnson Mrs Dnetrnch Ann
Bolton Mlss Crolg Mary Sue Livingstone GOPHER Ed"0" MARY JOHNSON
Antomette de Cary Lenore Smith
MIDDLE Row Barbara Allen umm Mom R'V'5TAEd""' MARY SUEL'V'NG5T0NE
gomery Busmess Manager ANN BOLTON
FRONT ROW Barbara Warner Susan Crawford 5ARgARA ALLEN
Marcla Chen Nancy Brmker
BACK ROW Miss Helen Grinnell Carol Beysch President JOAN HADLEY
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FRONT ROW Mlm: Rohn Emlly Hardy Dorothy Secretory JOYCE BEVAN
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ALSO ON BOARD Joan Harness Treasurer RUTH LANGS
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Ann Bolton Mlm: Baxter Joan Fltzslmons
MIDDLE ROW Emily Hardy Cynthia Keydel Mrs Smyth Barbara Warner Theresa Font Juduth
Hubbard Carol Beyschlag Joyce Bevan Mary Sue Llvmgstone Gall Lovejoy Joan Hadley Ruth
FRONT ROW Janet Allen Sidney Ann Boales Rebecca Patterson Joanne Lewis Nancy Brinker Joan
LAST ROW Ruth Langs Joan Harness Joan Hadley Cynthia Keydel Kay Jordan Edrth Werback
Carol Beyschlag Shnrley Langs
MIDDLE ROW Muss Helen Grmnell Joyce Bevan Mary Johnson Mary Sue Lnvmgstane Dorothy Slnge
Iyn Mary Rohn Mary Rea Judrth Hubbard Cynthra Hadley Mrs Smyth
FRONT ROW Patrucla Texter Barbara Warner Julla Komar Suzanne MacLean Barbara Graham
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Judy Hubbard Patricia Ward Ruth Henderson
LAST ROW: Mary Weaver, Patricia Oppenhiem,
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MIDDLE ROW: Julie Komar, Joan Jaeliel, Miss
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December l0, l948
AT STOVE Mlss Judlfh Wardwell
LAST ROW Nancy Burgess Joan Hadley Beverly Radcliffe Julie Komar
FRONT ROW Jaan Fltzslmons Phyllls Childs Lenore Smith
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As RIVISTA goes to press, the Publications board wishes to
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Sldney Ann and Sally Boales
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Walter H Serenberg
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Elmer C Texter
Paul H Townsend
Miss Katharme Ogden Headmnstress ofthe Luggett School
Miss Alma Knudsen and the art department
Mrs Olive Loud hnanclal adviser
Mrs Laurame Richardson and the typmg department
Mrs Clare C Bond Cum Laude Iettenng
Mrs M M Burgess and for advertlsmg
E N Bossner the Michigan Book Bmdmg Company
Paul Gach photographer
James Motschall the Motschall Company
Edward Krawczak the Motschall Company
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We congratulate the class of 49 and look to you the graduate
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