University Liggett School - Rivista Yearbook (Grosse Pointe Woods, MI)

 - Class of 1950

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C C Sl w ep A lm A HE OTHER EVENING as I was walkmg near school I had such a strange and mterestmg experxence that I should l1ke to tell you about xt I was passing a house whxch I dld not remember ever havmg seen before It was made of whlte marble, and as I looked xt seemed to have a stone floor and many tall slender columns I thought I could see even a foun tam playmg at the back Whxle I was puzzlmg about the appearance of such a bulldmg ln our nelghborhood a glrl ln long flowing robes came qulckly toward me Her haxr hung about her shoulders and as she moved I could see all the colors of the rainbow xn her clothing When she came near she spoke to me You are the headmnstress of Lnggett School are you not? sand the glrl I am Ins and am sent by Juno to ask lf you wnll come to a councxl meetmg to answer some of our questlons Turnxng she led me xnto the marble hall and toward the fountain Presently I could see a group of women slttxng on low stools ln a clrcle and could hear thelr voxces whxch sounded as lf they were m dxsagreement Irxs led me to one who seemed kmdly and gentle as I looked mto her face Vesta here IS Mlss Ogden my gulde saxd The conversatlon stopped and Vesta rxsmg and holdmg out her hand drew me to a vacant stool Slt here wxth us a few moments she saxd We are argulng about which one of us shall be guardlan of Lxggett School Looklng around the clrcle I recogmzed several of the strangers One wore a crown and was queenly in her bow and arrow I knew for Dlana One who sat rather quxet wxth lxttle to say yet was beautlful beyond all the others I decided must be Venus And then I spied Mmerva wlth her gray eyes and serlous expressxon and wxth a serpent twmed about her arm Juno spoke fxrst We are mterested m Lxggett School One of us IS to be :ts guardxan Of course xt should be I Queen of the Gods Then Vesta spoke ln a qulet volce but firmly Lxggett glrls are prxmarlly mterested ln being home makers They should belong to me smce I am Goddess of Hearth and Home Bah' sald Dlana standmg up They are stall glrls m school Later they wlll have their homes Now they are concerned wlth sports If they are mme I shall help them ln their athletlc contests I shall glve my wreaths to the swlftest and to those who show the best sportsmanship They should be mme' Nay said beautlful Venus I have watched them a long tlme I have seen them ln the winter wearmg whlte skxrts and pastel sweaters I have seen them at thexr dances wearmg long graceful dresses and wlth flowers m thelr halr I have seen them ln the sprmg when they have a queen and her prmcesses Truly there can be no doubt They belong to me Goddess of Beauty Mmerva wazted tlll lt was her turn to speak though I could tell she was xmpatlent You do not know them very well she sald speakmg slowly Have you ever watched them ln their everyday clothes and on ordinary days? They are serious about learnmg They want to know and understand They are fazr mmded m thelr d1scuss1ons and often show dlscretlon far beyond their years It IS to me Goddess of Wisdom that the Llggett gxrls belong And as I pondered what each had saud suddenly I was no longer ln the marble hall but on the dark street agam Perhaps It was just a vxslon and yet I wonder' There lS a Spmt of Llggett I thmk I have seen her w1th an almost angelic qualxty at the Christmas exercises I thmk she comes to the hockey and basketball games and f1lls the players wxth the love of good clean sport I have caught fleetmg glimpses of her helplng to plan RIVISTA encouragmg Symmathetea as they achieve beauty and lllusxon on the stage I have seen her hoverlng around the dmmg room generously encourag ng warm hearted fnendlmess Guests who v1s1t us often say to me that they qulckly sense the splrlt of the school They feel her presence though they may be wlth us only a very short tlme So whether she be more llke Venus or like Diana or Vesta or Mmerva she IS the spmt of Llggett School, and to her I am sure we owe much of our happmess and good fortune 5.11 Safe-V Ml at N 9 3 s hx T Q .X - V , I F J' I , if f' If 5 p - ,, , , , y . px lsr- 'H ', I pf. , V , 2 f X Z iq gfv' 1- ' ,' 1 4 . I n , - ' u , ' I - . . ' . . ' H . In manner. "That is Juno," I thought. A lovely, athletic-looking one, wearing a wreath on her head and carrying a . H .' . . . . . . . n . . , , . ' . . . . ,, . . H . . . . . - . ,, ,, . . . H . . . . . KK ,, 1 1 ll I 1 ly, n 1 r v D 1 Q ,, Y. ' , ' ,, . . U , . . . ' ' U . . . ' . . ' . I - ' . ' h. . ' ,, U -. fl . '1 . 5' !'1 'A .4411 I N E AK el :".ff 3 I All gg.. at l ' X 4 , l p ,M i Kl""'S'Hl - ,rwpw p Hamster 1950 4 FACULTY 1949 1950 HCHdm1Stf6SS KATHARINE OGDEN B A Vassar College PhD University of Illinois Yvr Music KATHARINE BROWN Surette School of Musxc Longy School of Music Wayne University Fifth and Sixth Grades NAN COLE Diploma National Education of Ireland Queens University Belfast- Marlboro College Dublin' Pupil of William Orpen John Keating Dublin School of Art Mathematics and Geography PATRICIA BROWN B A Michigan State College English ETTA JEAN CRAIG Mathematics ALMA B COCKBURN Toronto College of Educatlon Umverslty of Toronto Columbia Umverslty B A Wayne University History NEVA CREIGHTON B-A' MA' University of B.A. University of Michigan Michigan' University of Chicago ' 5 Qwlsta 19:50 , we Semor Kmdergarten French Second Grade JEAN FOX DoLoREs GOEDDEKE LILLIAN CURTO B A M A Wayne Umverslt Mxchxgan State Normal College Mlddlebury Summer School of B A Nazareth College French Sorbonne UHIVCTSITY of Mxchxgan Physxcal Education Flrst Grade Third and Fourth Grades ERB RHODA PEARL INNES CHARLOTTE J HADLEY VIRGINIA H BA Umverslt of Cmcmnatl Bennett Junior College Wayne gmverslty Junxor Kmdergarten Art SPCCCTI and English GLADYS KING ALMA KNUDSEN SALLY OCONNOR Boston Museum School of Fme BA Mlchlgan State College Hamline UHWCTSIYY Arts Columbna Unxversxty h Wayne Umverslty b Wayne Umversxty Student of John Carroll De ora D Holt Conservatory Qtmsia 1950 Kallen Samuel Halpert e 6 . , ' - .I ., . ., yg . - -y S I I S E 1 ' ' 'v Z 1 , 'W l Q, w I ! 3 3 . . . : , ., G I D , . . y ' , I 0 O S. Typmg and Mathematxcs Physxcal Education LAURAINE RICHARDSON ALICE DYMTRQW SMYTH B A Umverslty of Mlchxgan Wayne Umversxty B S Umverslty of Michigan Second Grade Latm Bxology and Chemlstry JUDITH S WARDWELL B A Oberlm College M A Wellesley College Mxchxgan State College Wayne Umverslty Marme Blologxcal Lxbrary Spanxsh MARGARET WATKINS JANE WELSBY LOIS P ZIMMERMANN B A Mount Holyoke College Denmson Umversxty BA V C 11 assar 0 ege Boston Umverslty B A Wayne Umversxty Hxstory and Englxsh CLARE C BOND B A Umversxty of West Vlrgxma 7 Hwlsta 1950 3? 5 gf' Q 0 O ADMINISTRATIVE H OLIVE H LOUD GRETCHEN KNIGHT MARY ALICE DIETRICH Bursar BLACKBURN Staff Asslstant Admxssxons Director RUHLA GOODWILLIE CHRISTINE CHRISTIE ELILABETH POST Secretary to Dxetman BENNETT the Headmxstress Clerk Qamsfa 1950 8 -E-'gs I 'N I f if My ' Q n ' 'Q Y , .,- I 'I fv- ivy" ' A ffl., .j 1? 2 'W O 0 X3 IZHIU 1 'VK .www in ...,, 41 A if VV 2 Y ,r 2' A?" 1 'X D4 M25 xx, -,wus Q-. ag 'hw A I M51-Z' -T' 52 141 gh. 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XAIOYVTQYX I aw - Semor Class BACK ROW Ann Knox Mary Rea Ann Burton Karm Carlson Ruth Langs 1111 Predmore joan Wxlson THIRD ROW Barbara Warner Abby Anne Campbell M1m1 Rohn joan Harness Susxe Chenot Pat Oppenhexm Mary Lou McCoy Dxanne Montgomery Kay Stanton Ruth Henderson SECOND ROW Sldney Ann Boales Joan Lyons Joyce Bevan FIRST ROW Nancy Alles Nancy Meacham Sue Essmgton Vlfglhla Smlllxe Janet Allen Mlml Baxter Bette Ross Sue Shafter l as C as C ALSO IN CLASS: Jane Austin, Barbara Carse. 0 O Class Color RED mlUl5t8 1950 Class Cfdcers Presldent JANET ALLEN Vxce Presldent JILL PREDMORE Secretary RUTH HENDERSON Treasurer NANCY ALLES Class Motto I expect to pass through thxs world but once Any good therefore that I can do or any kindness that I can show to any fellow bemg let me do It now Let me not neglect nor defer xt for I shall not pass thxs way agam I0 Class Mascot UNCLE Remus Janet Arlene Allen 1943 1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW Presldent of semor class vlce presldent of Athletxc Board Nan Cole Hockey Cup honorable mentlon ln hockey held day Dnck cheery smxle energetlc sports woman orderly class meetmgs always wlllmg to help Mnchxgan State College Jane Brow 1945 1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW Austln Art edxtor of RIVISTA class hockey and basketball jumor Prom dance commxttee Case of the Wexrd Sxsters No appendnx artxstxc leanmgs adventures with Rohn Ann Ar bor tales hard worker charmmg ways fnendlmess beyond com pare Unrversxty oi MlChlg3n Nancy Ruth Alles Varsxty hockey and basketball swlmmmg meets Flve to Five Thirty treasurer of semor class Cheenng smile mathematical gemus good conversatronalxst xmpromptu grggler Unzversxty of Mlchzgan :vista 1950 CC ' 19 ' ' x 1 ' A Ei H more " ". ff 'v.- L WR' Y " xv ,lf Qi? , 1 ? 552 n ' A . . . ' , U is O O Joyce Carol Bevan 1946 1950 YESTERDAY Five to Flve Thirty Lake For est Conference presldent of Ath lenc Board Lxggett L varsxty hockey and basketball Presl dents Proclamatxon TODAY Loquacxous frank Englxsh ac cent sportsmanship dxstmctxve prettxness outstand1ng m many ways TOMORROW Oberlin mlUl5t8 1950 Miriam Van Dyck Baxter 1945-1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW Varszty hockey and basketball sprung sports vxce presxdent of Symmathetea Board monograms Whxmsxcal humor entertammg way Saturday Nxght Fxsh Fry earnest endless energy popular Umversxty of Mnchxgan S1dney Ann Boales 1939 1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW Self Government Board varslty hockey sophomore secretary m terclass hockey sprmg sports Cyclone on two legs laughmg streaks lxpstrck at recess S G records unlxmlted vxvacxty Mxclngan State College I2 '- . . . , , - , . Q . Q . . . , as - - as ! I a 1 - . . Q Q u ' - - as a Q Q ' , ' fm. p ,a - 5 1 . , - , . Q . Q . , , ' ,n p, n 9 . 1 Q . A . . A Q Q - , : ' a ' 'J y Q I Q - - - 1 .' R 9 J' , n o s Q , ' , s ' xx 11, ., . . Q . Ann Mapes Burton 1944 1950 YESTERDAY Chrrstmas solos Photography Club Case of the We1rd Srs ters Red Cross sprung sports monograms TODAY Leammgton tales acting ambl tions dnvmg slgnals warm laugh hard worker frank TOMORROW Duke Umverslty N... Kann Carlson 1945 1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW Secretary of freshman class class champzon m badmmton Athleuc Board varslty sports The Thanksgrvmg Witch Attractlve our SWCd1Sh blonde charmmgly natural alert athlet mcally mclmed Umverslty of Mxchrgan Az' Abby Anne Campbell 1945 1950 YESTERDAY The Thanksgrvmg Wxtch TIME contest wmner chaxrman of the Publxcatlons Board shep herd m Chrlstmas tableau The Case of the Wexrd Sxsters rlght hand teasmg nature mter ested m others unruffled TOMORROW Vassar or Wxlham and Mary Nwf QlUl5t8 1950 7 I i , ff' , I , X f , K! ll ' ' ' U, TODAY . . . . . Resourceful, RTVISTA editor's .. ', , , I fb, , lfvr . . . i K, sg., I 0 O Suzanne Chenot 1941 1950 YESTERDAY The Chrlstmas Story Jumor class May Day attendant Pho tography Club Red Cross chalr man of freshman week TODAY Howxe cashmere sweaters devxl rn dlsgulse vlvacxous d1m pled smlle pleaslng volce loved by all TOMORROW Unlverslty of Colorado Qnulsia 1950 Barbara Ann Carse 1942-1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW Susan Lee 1948 1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW The Thanksgrvmg WltCh Self Government Board presldent The Case of the Wexrd Sxsters Red Cross chaxrman of Lake Forest Conference monograms bubbling sudde-1 devoted Red sparklmg laugh personalxty charmmg chemes brlght scarfs fnend Umverslty of Mxchxgan Essmgton Member of Photography Club sophomore vlce president varsity hockey sprmg sports swlmmmg meets Honey blonde wmsome ways llthe and trim flgure graclous enjoyed by all M1ch1gan State College LK ' ' ' YD . 1 . , ' U u - - n ! l , . If !l ' ' . . . . . . . , 1 . , 9 l 9 A E " D ! 7 4 111 Aww ' 1 'fr . 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I 9 . . . . . . . v 1 , g l , ' l Y D f E 5 . . 3' I 1 n u V of 1 A af 1 5155 1 ,H4 J oan Dmn 1940 1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW e Harness junior Semor Play varslty hockey and basketball mter class games captam of second hockey team m semor year Athletrc Board swxmmmg meets Boundless energy co operatxve splrlt keen sense of humor per manents likeable personalxty one not easlly forgotten Umversnty of Colorado Ann Ehzabeth Knox 1945 1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW Secretary treasurer of the Pho tography Club Red Cross Joseph m Chnstmas tableau sprmg sports Class comedxenne Mrs Smyths headache w1de eyed stares an Oh gee' neat figure u e lessons LaSalle College Helen Ruth Henderson 1942 19:0 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW The Thanksglvmg Wltch mter class hockey games double quar tet monograms Lake Forest Petute considerate qu1et but farm thoughtful wholesome attitude sweet demure manner Mxchngan State College Wanda 1950 J L . . . ' . , . , - R y . ! r ' I K . . . . . . . , - . ' ' ll - Q I ' ,, . . ., I l Y GK ' ' ' H' - . . . , , - D I 7 Conference, semor class secretary. . . . - . . l , ' , l . 1 , 7 7 , . - . , Y 1 7 ' 1 y - fi ll Pl ' ll I W , k . ... . xxx. 6, X .- .4 Il O O joan Edna 1946 1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW CRAINE Lyons Lake Forest Conference Thanksglvmg Wltch presxdent Jumor semor dance commlttee record sale Humorous hospltahty plus great phllanthropxst mcessant Jabber a kmtter of sweaters and socks ad mlred by everyone Albxon :vista 19:50 I6 Ruth ein 1946 1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW Lfmgs Athletlc Board Llggett L varsxty hockey and basketball chaxrman of Jumor and semor proms Lake Forest Conference all mono grams Goalie hard worker rellant Boat Club attractxve clothes good executxve Wellesley or Mount Holyoke Mary Luc1lle McCoy 1946 1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW The Thanksgxvmg Wltch jun lor Prom tlcket commxttee jun lor Semor banquet commxttee Five to Five Thlrty Locker slammer hxstory classes the real McCoy poxsed eyes that sparkle Umversxty of Colorado J L L ll ' 7! 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E . u ' ' ' va - li 7 1 - I U , O nuulul , D , ll ,ID ' , Nancy joyce 1945 1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW Meacham Sophomore dance commxttee varsxty hockey Red Cross Pho tography Club Madonna Chnstmas Tableau Monkey reserved soft dark haxr gleeful cordlal fash1on model M1ch1gan State Patr1c1a Joyce Oppenhelm D1ana Lee 1941 1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW Montgomery RIVISTA edltor class song lead er double quartet Lake Forest Conference presldent of fresh man class mterclass basketball and hockey RIVISTA OD bnght laughter hllanous lab hours staunch alto ongxnal frmend m need Dx and Samt George Mmhxgan State 1938 1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW Class baseball and hockey The Thanksgxvmg Wxtch sprmg sports Lake Forest Conference Red Cross Photography Club Dancmg lessons orngmator of coke machme overwhelmmg en thusxasm constant good humor Umversxty of Mxchlgan Qwlsta 1950 f, ... l ' , 1 9 .' A , In u sl 1 ....... D , 2 ' 1 a 9 fs I ' f ... . , - 1 In .L , - 1 .-..... . ' ., U , 1 9 .. U. . ,, . I 1 g,,.X 1 u ... , .. . ,, . 1 9 1 , . ....... , 1 I a ' , . , x'l X X 2 A I A I I Mary Corneha Rea 1945 1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW Inter class basketball and hock ey swxmmlng meets The Thanksgxvmg Wltch varsxty Government Board Umted Foun datlon Peppy Stan Kenton clear ruddy complexlon humorous quxps acts wxth wxlhngness consxderatxon for everyone Denmson Umversxty Wnnsta 1950 1111 Predmore 1940 1950 YESTERDAY Symmathetea Board vlce presx dent of semor class Ladxes m Waxtxng semor class hockey captain class numerals TODAY Determmed Ted boys basket ball gay chatter stxmulatmg per sonalxty TOMORROW Briarcliff Jumor College Mary Ehssa Rohn 1944 1950 Ladies m Waxtmg chaxrman of sophomore dance Athletlc Board class numerals varsxty sports YESTERDAY Uproanous orxgmal thousands of men rabbxt faces Grosse Pomte escapades TODAY TOMORROW Uncertam I8 0 I a , . I .U . ,, . . n n ,, n , . Q , . ' 'L ' u n 9 . . . . , ,. ' - A , . , - S ai if f 1 rigg- . Q Q '35 ? . 0 . 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' . 1,7 . 1, ,f Bette Anne Ross 1948-1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW Swxmmxng meet Chnstmas tab leau murals ln semor room class basketball Popcorn and candy for all happy always smllmg a do or dxe dzeter wonderful fnend Hope College or Western State Normal V1rg1n1a Anne Srmlhe 1946 1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW Nmth grade shuffleboard champ lon sophomore dance commxttee Red Cross presxdent of Photog raphy Club The Thanksgwmg Wltch Car pool mxx ups art for photog raphy sparklmg laugh wlllmg to please helpful generous Mxchxgan State College if Sh1rley Suzanne Shafter 1945 1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW Chnstmas narrator m semor year sophomore May Queen attendant varsxty hockey and basketball chairman of jumor Senxor ban quet Lake Forest Conference presxdent of Symmathetea Board Ambmous fnendly clear blue eyes loyal smcere always hap py many achxevements one of cur best Umverslty of Mlchxgan Hnnsfa 1950 ... . . . 1. . - ! I ... ... l. .,' , .1 " 9 AJ ' ll. 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' .: 9 .i ' ' 1 9 V: V X u 1 ' ,Q ii A 2 312 X 0 O Barbara jane Warner 1945 1950 Edxtor of GOPHER varsrty hockey and basketball The Thanksglvlng Wltch spring sports class hockey monograms YESTERDAY Llterary sklll partlcxpator ln all actnvxtres modest a wlllmgness for hard work warm chuckle TOMORROW Wellesley or Cornell Wnnsta 1950 Kathleen Plttman Stanton 1942 1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW Ioan Eleanor 1943 1950 YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW 20 Secretary of sophomore class freshman class May Day attend ant Symmathetea Board mter class games Creatrve dally trxps to Grosse Ile m the new blue Ford spnghtly effxcxent Uncertam -'wr W11son Treasurer of mnth and tenth grades The Thanksglvrng Wxtch monograms member of Photography Club Jumor Semor phy Bobbed haxr art work for RI VISTA brrght wxllxng and capable You know what I mean' delrghtfully herself Brxarcllff Jumor College or Um versxty of Colorado . . . , I 1 l Y 1 1' ,f.vf?l -Q - Gi Q , , ' 1 3 ' L TODAY .... .. ', " 5 s , r . 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X f '7,, I ' url 3 D . l . . . .- O O TClCVlSlOD Thls new medlum of entertainment has certamly affected famlly hfe Brother doesn t need to fmd reasons to take the famxly car to v1s1t a frlend because now he would rather watch the hockey game on televlslon Slster s lengthy telephone conversations are ended after about three mmutes Nothlng must mterfere wnth thxs tlme consumer Each mght after dmner sometxmes durmg the famxly gathers around the televxsxon set The trouble then begms Jumor wants the western serxal Father msxsts upon the news and Mother hopelessly exclalms that she would appreclate a musical program There seems to be a contagious dlsease among all these vnewers and xt ns what one mlght call dxalms The stations are changed so fast that one cant tell lf the last channel had a quiz program or a vaudeville act on lt Fmally the statlon IS chosen by a major lty of votes naturally Father s vote carrxes the welght of two people and the program begms Stlll all the problems arent settled Where shall we all sit? Jumor of course has placed hxmself carefully m front of the screen blockmg the vxew for everyone else There IS much pulling and pushmg of chairs and many orders are glven slmultaneously Please move your head to the rlght shouts Brother Dont do that Now your head IS m my way protests Sister At last heads and chalrs are placed so that everyone IS faxrly comfortable The program contmues to everyone s satxsfactxon untxl suddenly the pxcture becomes blurred and then vamshes from the screen completely Groans of disapproval are loudly voiced That was my favorlte program Why does lt have to happen tomghti' ' Then a voxce comes over the televlslon set explammg that the coaxial cable has broken and xt IS bemg repalred as qulckly as possxble In the meantxme there w1ll be a musxcal mterlude from the transmnsslon studxo And so here ends a lost mght around the televnsxon set Ruth Langs Semor Memones of 1 Semor Every year at Song Contest we smg of Llggetts lvy covered walls welcommg gates and frlendly at mosphere but there are memorles loves and S3t1Sf3C tions that cant be put mto songs or even words My memory lS filled with happmess dxsappomt ment love hate tenslons and thankfulness too all whlch have come to me here daxly Llggett IS my school I am one of 1ts semors In earller days my many studies and responsnbllxtles dlsturbed me but never thought on that day when I f1rst walked down Llggett s halls that I would one day be sorry to leave I walked at Mothers stde mto the strange bulldxng whxch would soon be llke a second home The famxllar smells of floor varmsh and chalk dust were comfortmg to one as alone as I felt Yes these were my feelmgs before I became a workmg part of Mlss Cole s class What do I remem ber of those chlldhood days? Oh' so many thmgs hxdmg behmd the school durmg geography and havmg the fxfth grade sent out to fmd us, laughmg the tlme Mlss Cole banged her hand on a desk m anger and the leg broke wmnmg the prlze on May Day getting caught cheatmg throwmg peas at lunch bemg a priest m the Chrxstmas play and most of all hearmg Miss Ogden read MY name as the wmner of the Polly Hebb Award But a chlld grows up as I dxd and I found myself m upper school Every week brought a new dlscovery Joy or dxsappomtment Ill never forget Freshman Week when I pushed a peanut around the hockey field wlth my nose or when I faxled my first ancient htstory test Then came the txme when I was an Indnan m the Thanksgxvmg play and the first ttme I wore my whtte skirt for the Chrxstmas program All these came to me as a freshman but there are more recollections from my sophomore and Juntor years What of those two? Well I recall very well the sophomore dance when my angora sweater rumed my date s navy suxt the red and whxte of my three song contests bemg a crazy woman m the tenth grade play Nancy Burgess as May Queen the ban quets class parttes RIVISTAS GOPHERS and belng a member of the Self Government Board Why do I remember these? I thmk you can guess Not only because I hated or loved them but because I m a senxor, and these carefree days are almost at an end for me Thxs year wnll be filled wtth many more memorxes the hockey games my term paper the semor dmner the class motto proms partnes RIVISTA plctures the Chnstmas tableau Smg Out May Day and the senlor room the bright fnendly room wtth the whxte curtams coke machme fudge fnendshnps laughs and on the steamed wmdow Sue loves Home Luggett ns my school the school I love a vital part of me as these recollections will be So you see when the class of mneteen flfty walks down the audltonum alsle smgmg We Thy Semors Hall Thee well know what those words mean and our memorxes wlll be llke those joyous letters on the steamed wxndow a dream which drips and drops down the slippery pane soon to become but a puddle of tears Barbara Carse Semor . . . .... . , . . . . . ' . . . , . I Z - . . . . . . ,, . .. ,, . , . , . . . . . . . . - . , . . . I - 1 , . 1 l . s. 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S NQF""'-Si' fi X ,,-,X :Ak -+- I Q D51 B vid, The Ram MlSt At N1ght Sometlmes the ram IS Gentle as a mald It comes not flowmg down Lxke water from a pltcher Nor so cold Nor drives the people From the streets But rlses off the r1ver As a mxst And passes softly through The town As tender as a woman Mutmg softenmg All lt touches Untxl the streetlamps wear Rambow halos And the wmdows are no longer Of darkness But smlles hung from Heaven The colored sxgns are not So rude and Gansh now Languldly they blmk On and off The must Makes car tlres Whlsper Whxsper Whxsper Through the streets from Kxss upon the stone The faces of the people waxtmg For a bus Are turned skyward to ee The caresses Of the mlst The poor woman there Is r1ch now for Its Jewels spangle All her coat and gleam In her long black haxr Sue Crawford Jumor mwlsta 1950 Dear ame Dear ,Tame As you know Anne and I are saxllng for England the flrst of November All I know of our destmatlon IS what I have heard from friends and what I have read 1n books but beheve me were exclted My thought for the remammg days before we saxl lS Oh to be ln England Anne has told me that the fxrst thmg she wants to do IS go to Buckmgham Palace and lf posslble get a glxmpse of royalty and a look at the hugh hatted fancy steppmg guards Thls ought to be fun but I m anxious to experlence the weather and the cllmate I m takmg my raxncoat Calthough I thmk many people have a false lmpresslon of the Enghsh clxmatel I have always pxctured the land of the Angles as bemg a wet cold always rammg area but havmg read a few books I have dnscovered that the rrver valleys are the foggy spots and that otherwlse the sun shmes brxghtly most of the txme and the soft breezes blow Englands summers usually aren t too hot nor her wmters too cold m other words she has an equable moxst mtld clxmate Well so much for weather Smce Dover IS such a peaceful healthful place I want to be sure to pay It a v1s1t I can hardly walt to see the whxte cliffs and look for natural furmture m the rocks for mstance I mnght fmd a natural table or a chaxr to read m Rocks can be very comfortable and I want to furmsh myself a lxttle room I wonder 1i the Enghsh gulls sound the same as the gulls m Marne I remember the fxrst tlme I heard a gull m the Umted States I thought xt was a dog barkmg Anne and I are plannmg to take a trxp to some Cormsh mmmg towns Im anxxous to see xf I can understand the people talk Whxle we are m Cornwall we are gomg to hunt out the spot where Merlm buxlt the clty of Camelot or at least zmagme we have found the spot Sorry I have to leave so suddenly Love Emxly Emlly Hardy Jumor 28 l ' l . l . , . . . 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I Q , ' 1 9 ' 1 its . . . . . . , ' Y . . . . . , f 1 ' 3 . , Y , . 0 O 1001110 lx x81 U 1.111 V ni xmxx N. mu i 'Gb DOROTHY Hum. 7'-"'J' db V 4 ., 1.7 W .ff ' 1 Q , I A ' 4 , R ' -x-"4-J, fl ' b .I Rome 3' I T BACK ROW Barbara Graham K1 y jordan Shrrley Langs Glynne Robmson MIDDLE ROW Marcxa Chen Sue MacLean Eleanor Peer Mary Katherxne Reld Phyllxs Jessop Eleanor johnson FRONT ROW Janet McIna1ly Peggy Carter Gall Lovejoy Madalyn Andrews Myrna Schlafer Barbara Murphy Sophomore Class Class Cfhcers Presldent MARCIA CHEN Vlce President SHIRLEY LANGS Secretary BARBARA GRAHAM Class Color Treasurer BARBARA MURPHY Class Mascots DING BAT GREEN COCKTAIL Act1v1t1es SOPHOMORE PLAY SONG CONTEST SOCK HOP Wnnsta 1950 so ALSO IN CLASS: Janice Merritt, Sandra Brown, Nancy Brinker. 0 O 'Y1 my B 'Bn ww bf y Ji 4"' Q-'RP Q .Grp Whxu-7 K ow' Gs? -24- 5 NB: W! -irno. 1-Axe n eu.: 5 Af' Q vw. M7 :fa A4 f Nx be ugh, 1-f' 1, wx Xw 'll Q, C5 140 1 ark IO Qvifo G- 9 Y' 1 Lvsko ,xv o I EN '- XLR 1'1- Aomew 'K TN'- ivxxn CY' D Sophomore Experiences of a Clumsy Adolescent I suppose every one of you has heard the old saying ' Clumsy as an ox in a china shop. I may not be an ox but I m just as clumsy as one. Many embarrassing things can happen to one all because of clumsiness. Believe me I know! About four years ago I went to dancing school Qballroomj. To end the lesson, we would do a grand march and one certain time I was near the end which always gets the worst shaking up. As I had on slippery, sling-back shoes and as the floor was well waxed, I slipped. Now some people can slip, and it wouldn t even be noticed but . . . I am not one of those lucky souls. I fell with a huge thump and I thought I would go right through the floor, mentally and physically. I am sure my face was as red as a beet. The dancing instructor motioned vaguely for me to go to the end of the line but I was so confused I didn't know what I was doing, so I just stood in the middle of the floor motionless. After the march had finished, the teacher said so everybody could easily hear her Will the person who messed up the march today please come and apologize to me and say she won t let it happen again? Or there will be no more grand marches That was the last straw' I went apologized and walked out the door never to enter it again Once as I was getting out from a drugstore booth which had a table with two legs going out from the bottom of it parallel to the wall I was not looking where I was going I felt myself falling falling and then I landed on the unsuspecting floor After I landed the two girls with me and I Just sat down and roared I could hardly stand up I was laughing so hard Have you ever sat on a chair and broken it? I am sure the majority of you havent had the experience but that s where I am one up on you I have At a girl s party once we were playing musical chairs The music stopped and everybody made a rush for a chair I got a chair, but I practically Jumped on it and since I am not light as a feather the chair underwent quite a strain Either the leg broke or cracked I cant remember but again I felt like crawling into a crack and z ppmg it up after me These are just a few of my experiences and I wouldnt wish them on my worst enemy I only wish that pretty soon I ll be able to sit down without hearing the repercussion of the springs m the chairs and to pick up my feet instead of falling flat on my face Kay Jordan Tenth Grade A Circle of Thought I was sitting reading a book the other day Crt was quite a dull bookj and I happened to think how many types of books there are happy sad dull dry interesting satirical romantic playful and forbidden Oh there are SO many kinds of books Then all of a sudden I reflected there would have to be all those types for nearly every person likes his own kind of book Of course some people don t like any kind but we shall try to forget about them To match the many varieties of books are the multitude of readers There are those who think a book a day keeps the doctor away so they faithfully attempt to keep the doc tor away Also there are teen agers who read with their legs at reflex angles the older person who looks as if reading is painful the critic with a pencil ready to check anything he sees wrong the last minute reader trying to read the whole book in one night so he can report on it the next day and the person who reads purely for pleasure Besides these there are many many others And there are many places from which readers can get these many books stores lending libraries public libraries school libraries Why there must be hundreds of libraries in the Detroit area alone' Long ago people learned by doing Now reading has become the door to knowledge In the Middle Ages few men learned beyond simple reading and writing The men who did were usually monks, or students and were greatly revered Now following the advent of printing and our civilization many many people spend eight years in elementary school four years in high school four years m college and then many go on to a few years of specialized training All the emphasis is on learning with books And with all the studying, there must be a great many books Why here I am around to where I started I may as well fmlsh Eleanor Peer Sophomore rm- v, W 'N aliens-H X, 17-F'-V X . 1 1 n 1 Y l l I , , , , , l CC I 1 ,I .. v . . , , , , D ' . 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Xs- ft- p X I I IU! 8 19.50 az M ' .St 9 T55 Elfl 'll a'f'eb 7-T-'ES oM.i,QS.1.s.M.J 3 BACK ROW E-l1on.Lau'ppe Betty Lee M1m1 jackson Georglana Clark Elolse Gorton Wmme Oades Joan Bxsceglxa Mlss Crezghton MIDDLE ROW Johanna Berke Joyce Mitchell FRONT ROW Martha Smlth Vxrgmxa Naxr Susan Boomer Elame Mxlner Cornelxa Von Mach Mary Fltzsxmons ALSO IN CLASS Sally Bnght Nmth Grade Class Ofhcers Presldent MARTHA SMITH Vice Presldent MARY FITZSIMONS Class Color Secfefafy ELLEN LAUPPE Class Mascot YELLOW Wnnsia 1950 Treasurer SUSAN BOOMER Act1v1t1es INITIATION WEEK FRESHMAN PLAY SONG CONTEST UNITED FOUNDATION 34 POPCORN : 1 9 9 9 1 1 . , . : 1 1 1 1 1 O . . . . - . . . . . 1 4 . Freshman Ldmru Ge rqmarlri. Mm, c: c.: QLD-be ga .3 'EJ f ffis S Fi Jem XL if-'E-if 6 ws- B cz S I 'Nvxls ,fx X wig-JN, M tha. f if 'fxxix L2 Stung 5 9 Ct AA-Q2 . .Cl O , 'n5s'm,5',g.s':gL: K xx s ' f 0, D 6 I bb 'b QV:-' - 2 . 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A x ff lhrui 'S Bright Red Palnt It was a sunny summer day when I got my bright idea I was thmkmg of how my Mother wanted a room painted and of how I should be the one to do it I didn t of course know what color she wanted but decided to look in the garage where my Dad kept his paints I started hunting for the right color and then suddenly there it was right ln front of me a beautlful bright red I took the pamt got a brush and went into the house The room I decided to pamt was my big brother s I pushed all the furniture out of the room and started to wcrk After I had gone about my work awhlle I thought the pamt was too thick so I got a bottle of thin ner and poured it in Thls made the solution slightly watery but I used it I also noticed that the shade of red had changed but that Just dldnt seem to bother me I thought the color looked beautiful Well by the time the walls were finished I had more red on me than all four walls I had also spilled quite a bit of pamt on the floor so I got some remover It must have been strong because it took the varnish with it Later when everything was back in the room my Mother came in and saw me before I had time to clean up She rushed from the room and I heard screams and something fell I ran to see what had happened Mother had falnted Mary Fit simons 1666 Freshman Torn Between Heaven and Earth Now there was a certam daughter of the Smiths of Merriweather and her name wa Martha And it came to pass in the morning of the seventh day of the seventh month that Martha made a covenant with her mother And Marthas mother said unto her Behold I make a covenant that thou shalt not climb on the trapeze while thou art wearmg thy new playsuit Observe thou that which I command thee this day Take heed to thyself lest thou do wrong Then Martha hastened from the presence of her mother and passed mto the garden where a girl was playmg on the trapeze And the girl sald Hath thy mother told thee not to swmg in thy new playsu1t7 mother And the girl tempted her saymg Thy mother will not punish thee for she knoweth not where thou art And it came to pass that Martha went against her mothers command and as she was climbing on the trapeze the Seat of her breeches caught hold of the thick chain of the swmg and she was taken up between the heaven and the earth and she lifted up her voice and wept And a certam Tilly the handmaxd of those who dwelt in the next house heard her and hastened forth to free her And Martha mourned her iniquity for the new playsuit was no longer beautiful It had been torn beyond repair Martha Srmth Freshman A Lesson Learned Event number four Women s 200 yard breaststroke next race sounded over :QI A the loud speaker I Jumped up and went over to the coach for last mmute mstruc tions The last thmg I remembered as I lined up for the race was Touch with both hands The starter gave the rules and then the gun sounded We were off' After a few laps I was in third place In my excitement to keep it I forgot every thmg but speed I was proud to come m third at the fmnsh with that nice bronze medal ln mind But to my great disappointment my name was not read out but mstead I heard Disqualified for not touchmg with both hands --- Ellen Lauppe GW 7 Freshman Wnmsia 1950 36 . f y . . . . Q 4 . . . ' . . ' - 9 A I I . . Y I if ' , Q V ., 4' j And Martha said unto the girl, "To play in my new suit would be to break the covenant which I have established with my I Q l I' X ' f Ax .. , t ,, 1- 'U' ff J . ' . . - ,, . - f , V - . ' ,, ' X 5 . . u' . . ' 5 t . IH , , 0 O U 2 Qlum Tzruhe T-'urieig 4 uunheh at iffgg it Schnul erembrr Z9 1947 Q I ess presents he It knnfun TH at the gkiuarh of Iegmis of filhe Glam auhe ucxetg has uutburxzeh KATHARINE OGDEN JANE LEWIS WELSBY BEVERLY BROWN Cfhzxrter 'Hflmulaers IDELL CATHERINE CAREY CYNTHIA JANE LOVEJOY ELIZABETH ROLLO POST NANCY ANN ROEHM ELIZABETH MAE STANTON JEAN GIBBS FOX EVA McKINLEY WEST MARIE METTE BURBACH BETTY STORZ EATON JULIA SHERMAN MARSHALL MILDRED COLEMAN POTTLE GLORIA ROSE SCHLITTERS MARY KATHRYN THEURER mrnlhrrs In Cfnurse 11148 SUSAN CHARLOTTE BROSSY JOAN CONSTANCE MCBRIDE SHIRLEY STEPHENS FORSYTH EDNA FRANCES SKELTON PATRICIA ANN LOVEJOY GEORGA GLOOR TOLLE Qiuista 1950 19-IQ ANN THERESE BOLTON MARY SUSAN LIVINGSTONE HELEN PATRICIA ANN TEXTER Tluxwrzxru 'ffirnxhers 15451 LOIS ELAINE PULFER F ALDEN SHAW 38 H 05 gf IB P , ifih ' 1 h.' 1 FH 5' ' C9 LL f Q fix, R 4 ul ix ,f 5 in Nb' Alf' ggmllf' ,fgsl H5 H., J if an ., .2 A - '- I T V 53? U f Q5 1 ' - hi f , fi f -A 'xt -XX , q B f , H 3 Q 4 ' N 6 l 'f J J fy? I -N 'Q . . .Si - L 134' 'fyiigg - " ' - f ig: , 'r ' if-Q, y in - K- 1' ,A KA, ' .f r f Uri! V' xwlb yr - f 1' N- , , ' 7 i " Q P- ' f f' 1 . VV A , - , 2 Q 6 f 5 . I' J 3 S? x G 1 , tl , .S afar' 1, 2 '- ,f M' f A 5 JA , A VL gf ' ' -- ' " , . 1 ' Q ? 'f - . 1 .. , , 5 a i N' 1-.V XR-X3 ,, , 5. ., lr rf Q3 s E Self Government Board BACK ROW Georglanna Clark Wmme Oades Mary Rea Cynthxa Keydel Sue MacLean Barbara Carse FRONT ROW Mary Weaver Sidney Ann Bcales Kay Jordan Mlss Ogden 'la N X --s-1... cg Qwtsta 1950 l 1 5 .-.-."':..""... The Self Government Board more than any other board encourages the Splflf and scholarshlp of the School Under the able dlrectlon of Mlss Ogden we accomplxshed much more thls year than Just collectmg the tardy and dlsorder marks Our extra work began the day school opened when we Jomed the teachers for a meetmg to dxscuss the Schools rules Flrst thanks to Mary Rea we lnstalled the bell rn the lunch room to get the Upper School to class after recess cn tlme Secondly we began to have the dlsorder marks put on the report cards Then we also changed to a faxrer way of checkmg the lockers Our next project was asslstlng the Mothers committee at the bxg Open House Tea both serv mg refreshments and guldmg parents through the bulldmg Next sprmg because the Mothers Brldge and Fashlon Show Tea went off so well last year the Mothers commxttee are agam plannmg one wlth our board members modelmg ln the clothes the J L Hudson Company send But the Boards really new act1v1ty IS takmg over the collectmg of books durmg Founders Day Week or Llggett s bxrthday We hope thls year s gxfts wxll be more than enough to f1ll the Gxft Book sectxon rn the llbrary Barbara Carse President 40 2 . , . . , , . , , . : Y . 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O ' L I L C I O 1' Gopher Board BACK ROW Barbara Warner Mrs Dletrlch Sue Crawford Glynne Robmson FRONT ROW V1ck1 Schlafer Nancy Brmker Martha Smlth Thrs bemg the second promlsrng year of havxng two boards umted by an edxtor m chxef and busxness manager we have mcreased the num ber of GOPHERS to s1x however advertlsmg thxs year has tlghtened up and consequently Barbara Allen works harder than ever Our frrst brg undertaklng was the Book Week Hudson s agaxn sup plled us wlth a drsplay of fme books chozces bemg made under Mrs Dxetrxch s supervxsxon e so y mg S129 88 The Photography Club took over one of our most overwhelmmg Jobs and sponsored the annual RIVISTA snapshot contest Thls was a fme step we belleve for both orgamzatxons The board agam decxded to have Mr Paul Gach as the RIVISTA Photographer and he took class pxctures early 1n October The hlghhght of thrs day was the bxrthday party we gave for Mr Gach Durmg Book Week he presented us wlth an enlarged and framed portraxt of the School from the Burns gate CSee page 37 J As of now january we face pre sentmg four more GOPHERS and thls RIVISTA There st1ll wxll be the sale of RIVISTA and casual shots whxch Mr Gach takes from trmc, bl ent of bxlls to trme durxng the school year makmg possx e paym Abby Anne Campbell Edltor In Chxef , - , ' ' ' ' ' ' . W ld man rnore than we did last year, clearl 41 :vista 1950 Q' ' f . f s .S, is 4 , L J K 3 . .aww 5 ' 1 1 E Vat f 1 'fi ' ' G'3 Wil ,g, lf ' ! ,, Symmathetea Board BACK ROW M1m1 Baxter Jxll Predmore judy Hubbard Kay Stanton Sue Shafter Mxss O Connor FRONT ROW Cynthla Hadley Elaxne Goodwxlhe Barbara Graham Eleanor johnson vo' The Symmathetea Board started thxs year wlth one atm To do as much as and then a httle more than any board before us Wxth this mcentlve rn mmd we gathered our pamtmg equxpment two weeks before school opened m Sep tember and pamted the make up room .r N yellow and green Then we settled -fm down to makmg the set and gathermg The Bellman of Mons We painted two stamed glass wmdows takmg tlme patlence and energy but resultmg m ,, Of prrde of accomplishment After the fire mspector had told us we couldnt use cellophane for our thxrd stamed glass wlndow we bought twenty dlfferent colored pleces of gelatme flre proof cellophane whlch probably looked bet ter on the fmxshed product anyway The exghth grade Chnstmas play was next The Gallant Pxlgrrm Wxth that set fmlshed and up we began thmkmg about the Chnstmas Tableau for whxch as usual costumes were mxssmg but after much searchmg they were located and the fmal arrangements were made Now as we look forward to the remammg part of this year wlth the Jumor semor play sometlme ln March whlch we hope to be bugger and better than ever before the tenth grade plays m May the Symmathetea Athletlc Board ban quet and a play whxch the Symmathetea Board hopes to put on Itself we thmk we shall be able to look back on thls year as the most successful yet Sue Shafter Presxdent of Symmathetea Board Wwnsta 1950 42 Q : l l x l r n s y ' , - : . , . . . , y I I WZ., ,V . . : f Q ns' I - -. . . 2 . . Q V ' 4 ' ' . . . 1 f ,-' . ,. I at . - ' I the props for the Thanksgiving play, ' U !! ' .- I . . , . Q . . , 'T ' ' ' ny I ,Mx ' . . - . - X ,' ' - - - . . H . . ,, . - . . . ' . I . , , . : 5 . . O O Athleuc Board BACK ROW Mlss rladley Joyce Bevan Joan Harness Carol Beyschlag Shlrley Langs Mlml Rohn Mrs Smyth FRONT ROW Ga1l Lovegoy Ruth Langs Emxly Hardy janet Allen The Llggett School Athletrc Board started the year wxth Fxeld Day We trxed to comply wlth all the pleadmgs for really cooked hamburgers There was some debate as to whether there would be a hockey league but the schools fmally declded ln favor of xt Although we dldnt wm all the games we should have people commented that we had a marvelous team We certamly thought so The cllmax of the season came when Play Day was held at the Detrort Unlverslty School where the team just about froze to death but seemed to survrve The spectators that watched the Swrmmmg Meet are stlll laughmg over our new mghtgown race Though our watches went on the blmk we managed to fxgure out the wmners from all the sknlled competltors there The schools m our Basketball League declded that the league would dissolve However the schools will play by mvxtatxon and there w1ll be a Basketball Play Day We began basketball varslty xmmedlately after Thanksglvlng and there are slgns of forthcommg talent The school has elected the three Judges for Song Contest Mrs Paul Gard Mxss Pat Baumgarten and Mrs Chapman and they have all accepted Already the four Upper School classes are arrangmg and preparmg thexr musnc The board hopes to have another carmval thls year after the great success of the one gxven for the frrst trme last year and make rt another cherlshed custom of Llggett School We are hopmg and plannmg for somethmg new and surprxsmg 1n the way of an Athletxc Symmathetea Banquet The L1 ett Ma Da has always meant somethmg very dear to all those connected wlth the School We hope that 88 Y Y we can make the 1950 May Day even more breath taklng than xt has ever been whxch IS saymg qulte a lot' M S h d to Mlss Hadle for wxthout The members of the Athletlc Board wrsh to extend thexr thanks to rs myt an y thexr renewed help and enthusrasm thus year on the Board would not have been so enJoyable for us Also to Miss Ogden and to the rest of the Faculty we owe much gratltude and appreclatron for thelr constant support m all our d k un erta xngs Joyce Bex an Presldent of the Athletrc Board 43 :meta 1950 l rss l I 1 , - ' ' 25,3 e Q ' - . . . 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"'.,.t,M' y l Y I' - , O 0 p ur , rl" X 1 0 l, J on 3 Photography Club BACK ROW Roxanne Harrxs Nancy Meacham joan Wxlson Sue Esslngton Susle Chenot Ann Burton Mrs Bennett Pat Oppenhexm Ann Knox AT DESK Vlrglma Smlllle The Photography Club was orgamzed last year to advance the knowledge of learmng how to use a camera and take good pxctures Our advxser IS Mrs Betty Bennett class of 1947 Recently we went to Paul Gach s studlo and he gracxously showed us hxs equlpment He offered his assistance m any way Thls year we declded we would llke to have a dark room and there dxdn t seem to be a place m the Llggett School that we could use Roxanne Harrxs one of our members came to our rescue and offered us the attlc ln her home Now that we have all of our equlpment at Roxannes we go over there on Wednesday after noons and Frxday mormngs to hold our meetlngs At the present tlme we are quite settled and we are golng to start developxng pxctures Sue Esslngton s father IS glvmg us an en larger As soon as we recexve It we shall start enlargmg our pxctures Mrs Bennett teaches us what constltutes a good composxtlon as well as a bad one She shows us how to take clear plctures Another actlvlty for thxs year lS taklng charge of the snap shot contest for RIVISTA We are offermg a prxze for the best plcture for each of the upper and lower schools In March we shall have some pxctures on dxsplay whxch the members of the club have taken We plan to have the plctures numbered so that they may be ldentxfled by those WlShlng to place an order Pat Oppenhelm sold candy bars mn the dmmg room durmg lunch hour to help ralse money for the Photography Club so that we mxght purchase addxtlonal equxpment VlfglDl3 Smlllle Presldent of the Photography Club Qnnsta 1950 44 r ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - . . , , . . . . . , . . , . . , . 1 1 ' - 1 , - - 1 . . . . , . . . . , . - ' 1 . is ffif' Q-..i lv? ,dw U uf m NW' UH nu? 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Y ay .W 4, , ' 5 -I ' 5 Q 5 1 , cn 0? . . K S " -13E.Cgc.SU3 H? VS' 'Wir In v-M, xx EISA V j E1ghth Grade BACK ROW Shelley Scarney Barbara Golmske Patrlcxa Harrls Sylvla Hadley Anne Murphy Coe Cookson Susan Alles juhe Michel Lynn Markus FRONT ROW Sally Boales Martha Mack Lmda Carden Valerxe Oppenhexm Carol Larsen Dollene MacKenz1e W I 6 X.,..f if X """'fw,., R Wunsia 1950 46 U 'L M if M-4' ?A my - ! K f fl Vu l 'fx px- lff'f xx 5 .M It K"-A X H 9 4 .D N The Kelly House After school Margot and I decrded we would take the long way home As we walked by the Kelly House Margot was tellrng me how old Mlss Kelly was supposed to have been murdered there and how people belreved the house to be haunted Tomorrow berng Saturday we decrded to explore the Kelly House As I was domg my homework rn the evenrng my mmd kept wanderrng The next thrng I knew I was walkrng up the path to the Kelly House The trees all seemed to have werrd faces and the branches reached out as rf to grab me I ran through the front door whrch squeaked loudly as I opened rt The wmd began to blow fiercely and the shutters banged agarnst the house Thrs was accompanied by the loud rattlrng of chams In sprte of the fact that I was scared strff I saw a lrght comrng from a room down the long hall and I ran blrndly toward rt Once I reached the room the lrght went out and I could feel thrngs rushmg by me touchrng my hands and face as they ran I raced up the starrs but not quretly because the starrs creaked loudly I went mto what I thought was a room but I found rt to be a closet A skeleton hung on the door I ran out slammed the door qurckly and groped around for a charr' After a couple of seconds I found one and sat rn rt but to my surprrse rt collapsed I found myself srttmg on the floor but I stayed there too terrrfred to move Pretty soon my nerves began to ease not for long though as I heard a blood curdlmg moan I ran around for what seemed a long trme frnally I found some starrs and rushed down them I ended ln what I thought was a pantry I was not there for long because my eyes met those of a ghost lrke frgure I ran for the door as rt started to chase me It was comrng closer and closer then rt caught up to me and was holdmg onto my dress I was yellmg and screammg Let me go let me go just then I felt a hand on my shoulder I let out an awful scream and was relieved when I realrzed rt was only my mother tellrng me to wake up that I had fallen asleep domg my homework and had a terrrble nrghtmare julre Mrchel Erghth Grade The Person I Admrre The person whom I admrre drd some wonderful thrngs durmg hrs frfty three years of lrfe He was born rn Baltrmore Maryland on Feb ruary 6 1895 At the age of seven he was sent away to school and there he Jorned a group of young players When he was seventeen he left Q r'- actrve young boys The Baltrmore Orroles After that excrtrng experr ence whrch gave ham hrs start he left and Jomed another group well known to all The Boston Braves Here he drd very well and hrs positron was that of prtcher Before long thrs mrghty player was sold to the Chrcago Red Soxs Thrs sale soon led hrm straight to the New York 4 Yankees where he stayed untrl he retrred Durmg the trme wrth the Yankees many thrngs happened to thrs great man He became known as the Home Run Kmg and Yankee stadrum was grven a specral name after thrs all trme star Every Chnst mas he would dress up as Santa Claus and go to some Chrldren s Home and drstrrbute grfts to all He would vrsrt the bedsrde of the rll and M and autograph balls for them He was always domg somethmg for someone else When thrs man met hrs death there were thousands of sad hearts especrally those of the chrldren I rmagrne all of you have guessed who thrs man was but rf you ag V+ havent the number on hrs blue and whrte strrped unrform was three whrch the whole Yankee team must have thought was the greatest num Qs Q Y, ,W ber rn the world Carol Larson Erghth Grade . . . . . 1 K ,I 1 ' ' V - , , I - , . ' 1 2 the school and went out on his own. Soon he organized another group of 5 '- 31 ,fl-f W . ' I ' . , . . l . . .- X nA ' X v T, ' . X 'Ki , . . t slr, 7 ' i - - , A 3 2 s. - , X . . ' ' I I ' - sf 47 :meta ueso Q' ' Seventh Grade BACK ROW Mary Margaret Campbell Patty Blsceglxa Ann Bacon june Goodwlllle Jean Ellen Martm FRONT ROW Gall Webster Mrs Rxchardson Joan Allen ALSO IN CLASS Jane Samplmer 94" D' ,qi wlrhv 'lb- Qunsia 19so 48 1 w W : , . . , i . . , . : ' , . ' , . A' fe , . A fag , ., ' A V - M" F 1 Nifik ' -2 ' X . 1 s' i, 1 'Q 1 I K -r . -X b Q' . K la A 7 ' M ' h N4 . 5 , ,aa at H .A , 4 5 b F Q , Z. K X , , A ' -,wx I -" V 1' l 1 A 'I 'W ,, 4- .- 14 Y' 1 ' A , ,L ..- 2 ,,,. ,:An',, '-Q A : ' lxtrbgn A '- J we A '. I O My Favorite Pet My favorxte ammal ns a dog I ve had two Here IS the one I have now to talk to you Hello' My name IS Chubby I am a Boston Terrler and I m black and whlte I will be four years old ln January Mary once ln a whlle gets mad at me Why she gets mad I don t know I guess xt s because I do something she doesn t llke But most of the tlme she s pretty good to me She takes me for walks I llke that In the wlnter she puts on my red sweater to keep me warm She gets up ln the mormng and eats breakfast Then she gets on the bus to school I don t see her txll late ln the afternoon She usually takes me for a walk when she gets home She eats agam and does her homework After that she plays wtth me until xt s txme to go to bed Then I sleep wlth her Good night Folks Youll probably be hearmg from us agam So now we close m saymg goodbye txll we meet agam Mary Margaret Campbell Seventh Grade Candy Parad1se I would 11ke to go to Candy Paradxse I plcture lt thls way I would go across the sugar desert untll I came to a kmgdom called Candy Paradise In this land everybody would be very very sweet for everyone there IS made of cake and candy They have sldewalks made of Hershey bars and Thelr houses are made of large cup cakes and the bnck houses are made of ftult cake The saxlors boats were banana splxts They had stretched taffy for their salls In their boats they had hfe savers for protectlon It felt good to walk on green cocoanut grass and the passmg clouds were made of fluffy whxpped cream The sun was made of a gumdrop the moon of a nut Thls xs what I pxcture Candy Paradlse bemg hke Q Www and I hope to go there some day M ay Patty BlSCCgll3 Seventh Grade 49 Qnnsfa 1950 . . . , . ,, . . , . . . . . , . . . . , . , . , . , . . . , . . ,, . . , . . . . ., . . . ,, . . , . , . . . . . . O 8 If ff' Q . D 1 . I - I 0 J. 4 1 I 4 Q u 1 9 ' I I 7 ' - 3 f A the cakes are made of vanilla milk shake. Q F 2 '5 2 ,' , - J f , A . , . 4 Z V ..., . Q y ff H ,fy W . I O F1fth and Smith Grades BACK ROW Barbara Shannon Vlrgmxa Schneck Barbara Standxsh Judy Davxdson Lxnda Larsen Marzan DeKeyser FRONT ROW Mary jane Fox Kendra Isbey Carolyn Wagstaff Sandra Noll Peggy Murphy Betsey Rose Garlm Wood Marjone Rexd Cynthla Scott ALSO IN CLASS Conme Harnman 4' g f QIUI-Std 1950 so 5 , I fr Pr' A 'ss 'ek - . V A . . J X 5 0 o Q Geography We vrsxt lands so far away Some old some very new The people m those lands today Would never thmk of you The people xn those lands today Would never speak lxke you The Hawauans say ALOHA The French say PARLEZ VOUS The people xn those lands today Don t eat as you or I The Chmamen eat rxce The French adore snaxl ple The Negroes out ln Afrlca The Eskxmos up ln the North Do speclahze m seal Myself My name ns Marjorxe Rexd I am mne years old I lxve at 77 Lounse Avenue m Hxghland Park I go to Lxggett School I am m the flfth grade I am not tall I am not short I am m the mxddle I am thm My haxr IS brown and curly My eyes are blue My Mother and Father say I look nxce when I go out CWhen I behave J Today I have on a rambow dress When people see my report card they say My what a good worker Mldgle IS' My hobby lS maklng boats and axrplanes I made one axrplane and flew xt so many txmes the wheels came off Sands The sea was rnght m front of our apartment house Betsey Rose Marjorle Rexd Sxxth Grade Fxfth Grade Ram When It was rammg the other day All the chlldren could not play The puddles were flowmg xn the streets And the dogs were paddlmg thexr wet llttle feet The people were all trymg to catch a bus And therr halr got wrmgmg wet m all the uss People s umbrellas broke m the storm And the dresses they wore got very torn The blrds were hxdmg ln the leaves Shxvermg m the fear of the cold cold breeze The ram xs over out comes the sun Now the chrldren can have their fun Lmda Larsen Sxxth Grade XS.. ,,f 5 B0-4.1441 Qfvisia 19:50 I 1 I a - . . . . U I 1 D V ' . . . ,, Think ants 3 tasty meal. I went to Florida last summer. I stayed at the "Golden . . U ' ' . . . , l ! . . . . . f . , . , A J . . . . J-r K Tlurd and Fourth Grades BACK ROW Mrs Innes Sandra Loynd Terry Harper Ellen Stanny Marguerlte Gouldmg Lons Dlckmson Juhe Schneck Susan Krels Manlyn Wood Mary Warren THIRD ROW Ramona Much JCSSIC Robmson Thomas Horn Marllyn Fellows SECOND ROW Sandra Posvar Evelyn Flsher Phyllis Zerxllx Mary Louise Rudlck FRONT ROW Juhe Ann Hartmann Ann Lawrence Elxzabeth Howard ALSO IN CLASS Judy Johnson LC B Wnmsta 19so 52 Q : ' .1 ' Y Y Y I ' Y . ' I I I Y I Y ' 5 a I ' 1 1 ' - : , . , . . .3 . . ' sy , Y fy' ' ...Q , f- fx 1 ,1 if' L -1 ' . , ,n 1,4 ' ' ..'. vb, s , KX I yy f O Mary's Bird Mary had a pretty bird, With feathers bright and yellow And slender legs! Upon my word, He was a pretty fellow! The sweetest notes he always sang, Which much delighted Maryg And near the cage she'd ever sit To hear her own canary. Mary Warren Fourth Grade it Tb? JL -T If .4 , 'x ' e ' ' 'x 'f' -1. KQV 4 '23 :Li gf-X, F if f 1 r I, 2,15 E 1 i U Q13 F1 i 'grf-fgwwmp mu V SC'HhF.fK New Year s Day in China In China New Year s IS very Important On New Year s day ln the morning the boys shoot off firecrackers There IS much noise If anyone has any debts to pay he pays them on New Years day If there are any new clothes they wear them on New Years day uhe Schneck Fourth Grade Qwlsta 195o Second Grade BACK ROW Mlss Watkms Lmda Kmgswood Kerm Dxetnch Bonny Blam Rosamond Fendler Sharon Sorensen Mass Hebb MIDDLE ROW Dxana Knowles justme Frsher Marxlyn Neumann Emmy Beslmer Julla Hodges Nancy Oliver FRONT ROW Anne Wrxgley Susze T111ey Carole Everts QW OL Wfn A133 fQ 3 2 XD Q NNQ5 VV 'tj Fqm Lffvw 'WNNW I PFOIUF 5"PfU-55 JJJ 'fu J T ffm Q pgnfl' Al' F11 Wayzata 19:so 54 'VI skll . Yay! L 'F A I I .Y 'IAQ I 5 IQ arf FJ , C1117 ' Q Wir- 'rf I ik- LL Rial' In 1 U O D04 I 5, .1 I me fe fr. mm f f, MJ r ,L HL. CMH V' iwr+J1iwi.rvX.: W ,QQ ILQQITAQCI . T LX 7, I fftfg fb FUAUJIN "pg PNOJXSQ V fl P Cf Y I" ir' 'JJMQMI you A L if fi fjQL,1'." 1" Hfgvfv-A if Erriff, Irrgg, J U L' ll JO fl.-uk, SQL Ndfrg fi f1yf,fX',f zfyqiyk, L f V P HI-1'1+N'e U21 CL: fag. QL , it- X if xml 4 ' -V W f' nhl u'ff Pm :Jf ,, vu' dtc 9 0 11, . .f .5 FITSK Grade BACK ROW Mlss Goeddeke Suzanne Lew1s Kathleen Kemeny Eve Fraenkel MIDDLE ROW Lee Carrlck Cynthla Scherz Stephanxe Ford James Nlelsen Penny Court DAnne Campbell Jody Walker Don jarvls FRONT ROW Beverly Shannon Phyllls Torres Pam Motschall Nancy Pxllon ALSO IN CLASS Margaret Courtls NN I kv 1 I Z 55 I s,w N-JI' S. JO7 Qunsta 1950 Q1 f' fXR Q " 1 A . A -A ff- 3 LM , f My f" , L, ' -f M xxxlx " A , - yu , DA X' V P '3' ' - Cv S73 O O N, X, U1 Vt, Semor Kmdergarten BACK ROW Freddxe Robmson Davld Hodges Peter Smnth Txsh Johnson Barbara Ann Fox Mary Lee Glbb jlmmy MacM1l1an Charlene Wetzel Joanne Ropp Mrs Curto Lynn Shelton Martha Howbert FRONT ROW Sandy Blam V1ck1Re1d HHH -twfq, FWS, it E'-lm umor Kmdergarten BACK ROW Drew Dahtz Robert Kelly Susle Boone Sandra Mattman Cathleen Fxtt 1111 Hubbard Mark Matthews Mxss Sles FRONT ROW Sheldon Smrth Davld Nxtschke Carolyn Court Marxlyn MacFarlane Bllly Hodde Mxchael Shelton Cohn Campbell Geraldme Hulette Kathleen Maun john Kretzschmar QlUl5t8 1950 56 K 44 X r O 0 . D: I . . Y . I . ! I I 3 1 7 Y U ' U 5 ' : . , . . . . M 1 - ,B R ff f' ,A ' t ' va: fi' Vg -I . alma fl X ' rfi -235733 . E , we f.: . 1 E - , " : V I 5 -- , Z Q " V . -, 1 - . a r ' I X .., vi O 0 : - ' . ! Y . l 3 D 7 ! , . 1 . . , .. . Y y . l . , . D Y 3 ! ' l O Mr Erlenbachs Stauonwagon pr'-qnnlremllW"'9" QW i isdn ug-vw Th1rd and Fourth Grades sv Qwnsia 1950 N Q . ii A I X 'J 4, S iw 4 r ,, W x W f V 'f ' A W .rv ' lf S- li, AV 5 M V . f""l ,. 4 A I ,.. a 4 3 'l fy G f i r ,V ,W Q '11 , Q" 47" 111, , Q , . - .- ' ,'i' X 92 H , V ' ' -Q 4- 3' .1 .1 s' I O QW Xqa9" QM rr l D anqueta Two 66 xf 0 IQQQ' of SQ, 1 5' . 6X KX ' Il- . . l d ,K niiacql sk u 6 Ton x5 Szyszq of q 9.9 'f enioi banq Sings XO Q , y 25. wg QW G O 'ff gint? an ooxw The decox-at G 255 Q9 ret that' - XBOX ,N Q A t S lf C mikey dm 4 QI Ao digging on the bl 716 Tenth Glade W 469 eq, dmner wlth twol 4 AI 6 of the Fllqt one P1 'af 2? 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Sola W S r x t i 'v ag: 0 ass C3190 on dmm Exeryone was hopmg that Lxg fans 'les Yaeifco geawtaxx OWX On th 1950 U00 0 gett wouldnt be playmg on we CN at ale' ,,, 59 ect 0 Pfollo harm on Play Day Noxember 5 for X Nei was Wg, t D-39s ,Wm the snow sc ared us but anyway 'ia gmlgc -Dyes 1 x0 afoecs oi Once lgollg xt was a rnxghty cold day W9 tea Xa X09 99 Bak, Nowxot I C' H' g The first team games were 40 X exwytxei' deg 696896 52 We d wmnxng and the we 91,0 Q Z 3 mm Subsntva ne ao in K xuax Q- QYSOO XP, eo A 1 dex an d n 3 01' w1thKmgswoo h0w two close games wxth Countryk Q0 0 amec QF if ac eg do Day wmmng 10 an d by the same m the lea e second team won the wxth Dommxcan 26 r fxrst goals of th wo games agaxr renee Aven the secol and 1 on ery. or K to 3 WOHF 931111 Because th arrang 6 Fred War Sra'rs":s:0 Chef 3211 Christmas prsgiapart of ar there has bee m this 55321 about Whoniiiiifm' n to be ITS narrator be After The HnaT15:fmi5er0f tryouts Siydels Mary Rea eJ0Sr5iTla,11a u ll Momgomiryshafter Dianne Graham ' 3 H d Barbara F denroglmlsghege glrls Mlss Og O'Conn0r PIOEOWD. and MISS All three ded Sue Shatter the dec Ju 2-Yes agreed that make QOH Was Very hard to wer Cause all ihe e so good girls ys K X 'flax' -I qu' 0 "ff v ' . 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' 1 . l - e , Q -L K Q 1 Y e- V XKXQ 'S 'Bb If cfuuull cs Vars1ty Hockey BACK ROW Marcla Chen Emlly Hardy Ruth Langs Shirley Langs Carol Beyschlag Cynthia Keydel Cynthxa Hadley Julxe Lafer Theresa Font MIDDLE ROW Becky Ann Patterson Gall Lovejoy Nancy Alles Madalyn Andrews Pat Ward J1l1 Predmore Eleanor Johnson Phylhs Jessop Nancy Brmker FRONT ROW Mrs Smyth Karln Carlson Judy Hubbard Sldney Ann Boales Joan Har ess Joyce Bevan Janet Allen Nancy Meacham Mlml Baxter Joan Lyons M1ss Hadley VHISIKY Basketball BACK ROW Shirley Langs, Carol Beyschlag, Cynthia Keydel, Karm Carlson THIRE ROW Corneha Von Mach, Jlll Predmore, Ruth Langs, Mary Rea, Judy Hubbard, Joyce evan SECOND ROW Gall Lovejoy, Joyce Mxtchell, Nancy Brmker, Mlss Hadley, Mary Re1d, Mada lyn Andrews, Eleanor Johnson FRONT ROW Georgxana Clark, Wmme Oades, Ethelann McMul1m, Phylhs Jessop Wfuista 1950 so o o o L 5 , 1 .Q . G' 1 ' S 7 5 J J - Q y . . 'f K . ' l , 3 2 2 f ' -V C : K ! . - 7 I . 7 Y - 7 5 Y ' . : U ' l l ! D ! 5 ! D ' : ' ! . ! ' ' ! - - 9 F Y ! 2 Y 9 Y ' C Double Quartet BACK ROW Pat Ward Dxanne Montgomery Barbara Allen Cynthxa Keydel Judy Hubbard Julle Lafer Gall Lovejoy Ruth Henderson AT ORGAN MISS Brown Art Class BACK ROW Cynthla Hadley Mlm: Rohn Kay Stanton Dorothy H111 Ann Knox joan Blsceg 11a Mary Katherxne Reid FRONT ROW Mlss Knudsen Karm Carlson Glynne Robinson 61 Qnmsia 1:-'asc ., 1 JT - sf L' I cv if A A ff ax . : . ! 1 I 3 Y ! Y Y ' . , Q a ' ,Q ' Q 6 , 5, ' Q- L '. 'Q ,Q Y . I ' : ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' , . 1 , , . Tableau Nmth Grade Play BACK ROW Wmnxe Oades Mxss O Conner Ellen Lauppe Corneha Von Mach Georgxana Clark Mltchell Elame Mllner SECOND ROW Mary Warren Sandra Loynd Susan Krels FIRST ROW Mxml Jackson Mary Fltzslmons Martha Smxth Kun:-sta 1950 62 THIRDAROW: Snsan Boomer, Betty Lee, Joan Bisceglia, Virginia Nair, Johanna Berke, Joyce O 0 Red Cross BACKAEOW Pat Oppenhelm Barbara Graham Susxe Chenot Ann Knox Ann Burton Barbara en FRONT ROW Roxanne Harms Sue MacLean Judy Hubbard Mxss Pulfer V1rg1n1a Smxlhe Joan Lyons Nancy Meacham COURTESY OF VERNE JOHNSON 63 wnsta 195 o : , , , . , . . . . . , , . fhvki... Umm-A , ,. . - . I ' Q , , 35, 1" SH' ?"a O 0 Kip: Ilthrsia if oath arknuhllchges imtlx apprc rmhuu the zxssrsizmre of the follufumg people Wiuista 1950 Mxss Katharxne Ogden Headmlstress of Lxggett School Mlss Alma Knudsen and the art department Mrs Olxve Loud fmnanclal advxser Mrs Laurame Rlchardson and the typmg department Mr E N Bossner the Mlchlgan Book Bmdmg Company Paul Gach photographer and gairrms I' Y I' and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Russell Alles Edgar Bevan Wxlham Boales Harold Brmker Ralph Burton Brewster Campbell Harold Carlson Albert Harris L Mason Lyons and Mrs J C Meacham and Mrs Judson Ross C A Staye 64 X V . . ff . N CQ, . y b . , , , Mr. , Mr. Lou Fox and Mr. Edward Krawczak, the Motschall Company 1 Dr. . Mr. . Mr. . ' ' M . . ' M . . Mr. . Dr. . Dr. . ' Dr. . Mr. . . . M . . CO GRATULATIONS' to the Class of 1950 N THE YEARS TO COME no memories will ever be more vlvld more nostalglc than those of the happy days the eventful years that have bound you together so flrmly as the class of 1950 The tlme honored tradntnons that made you so much a part of the generatxons before you the bright new tradltlons that you yourselves established to leave as a keepsake m the hands of the generations to come These and a multltude of thmgs bug and lnttle shape the texture of years you wlll never leave behind but carry with you always m warm retrospect ust as you have so falthfully mamtamed txme honored tradxtlons so too do we at Wrlght Kay 6: Co Smce 1861 we have been carefully bunldmg a sound reputation for the fmest the fmest nn quallty the fmest m service Each year we proudly add to these tradltlons whxch to us means an ever mcreasmg scope of usefulness to present and future generations of Detrolters That has always been and will contmue to be the rule by which we measure our success WRIGHT K veg d Q we Ie 1' s 1500 CQOODOJHRD AVENUE 65 v v a y 5 , - v 1 1 .I ' 1 , . i , . , .- v n Q30 zfzaifi IN GROSSE POINTE Vw! TCL 345 FISHER ROAD TUXEDO 1-OSOO for line printing For a thlrd of cl cc ntury through two wars and changing economlc conditions 'Vlotschall Com pany has continued to hulld a solid reputation for fine printing and llthographlng In one of the IIllIlWeSI s newest and most modern plants, Motschall Company has COIIllllIlP1l llthographmg, prlntmg and hmdmg under one roof to render a streamllned and complete servlce for xts cus tomers We mute vou to Inspect our facllltles X ffw 2:-. X mmf' rl 'm m 'HIWIIFL ' " V' Wwzr- H'- n 'uu"FhE:w 67 ' 9 . il 4 rl "' I .f u- . , ,V I ul 1 , II! ' - '32 ' l .W t -. r 'J ,ll I B I - l ' Al' 'Va' A 22. lv' ' l 5 l 3 f is I 2.4.-J -I l -417 ' lx Q 1 l f Q f ,U U ., l Your Gas Company IS 99 years young this year We ve been Part of Detro1t s1nce 1851 99 years ago but we just haven t had t1me to grow old Too busy Too busy keeplng ahead of thls grow1ng cxty and 1ts xncreasmg need for gas It takes a lot of work and a lot of long range planning to make sure that there w1ll be plenty of gas for some SIX hundred thousand famxlxes and thousands of plants now and ln the future The respons1b1l1ty and the hard work requlred to meet that respons1b1l1ty keeps us from feellng or th1nk mg old We ll be here furn1sh1ng you wlth up to the mlnute gas servnce when your chxldren graduate too' NIH mc AN CONSOI IDNII' D Kms COMIAYX 68 I I , . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . ' 7 . .. . . , - ' CC ,D . , . . . . , - - - . . 7 9 ' 1 y ' 1 www ' 1 W j r L 1 I I n A 1 4 L I A G3-25, wfauws ann J 'I Y "H'7W TWW7fWMn I W"fQ'fFW g3., ' A UD IJE 1' PRUDUCTS " YOU CAN TASTE THE DIFFERENCE ASH Flflll LAPEH BHUTHEHS WATEHTESTEIJ EUFFEE TEA SALAD DRESSING MAYIJNNAISI-I PANIIAKE SYHUP AT YIIUH NEISHHIIHHUIJII GHIILEHY 69 4- I X ,ef 'I l 'Eif-Q,,,, - SA, S- .Q,f.a 1"' ' I Aligning. mm Illl' NH I 1 ' In an na nl nh u I I n N HMM, I:lIm!:::Il:M45I:liilllllig -ESM b W V E 0452 ll ' liE-I E S lllIIIilII 'IIII!i 2'-3' 0 5 6 z"'ffMX J 1 '.A. Jsiaagfgii I O O ff We ve PASSED our Tests T00' Wxlsons has grown to be one of Detro1ts largest dalrxes provmg the popularlty of Wllson s Dalry Products POPULARITY TEST TASTE TESTS Have made WILSOHS Daxry Products known as the best tastxng TES T OF TIME For twenty years W1lsons Danry Products have been used by Detrolters wlth each year addlng new frlends LABORATORY TESTS Insure the f1nest most uniform qual1ty I ou wt!! erpectally enjoy TVILSONZS MELLO "D" MILK, make tt your favor ite beverage throughout lzfe for wholerome enjoyment and glowtng good health IRA WILSON 81 SONS DAIRY COMPANY 5255 TILLMAN AVENUE TYLER 5 6000 MELLO "D" MILK ICE CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTER CANDY 70 ' 1 Look Lovely vv1th COSMETICS from Cunnlglgslgoum s The Significance oi the Name on the Box Slnce 1850 the name Trfxub his been 'lssocmted Wlth Jewelry ln Detrolt Naturally the publlc esteem lf now enjoys hwd to be enned Its SfHIICllI1g 111 the connnunxty his been revmrded through '1 long tradltlon of slncere seruce Tod'1y when the name on the box says Traub Bros GL Compqny you know that the gxft w1th1n IS one of excellent taste and truly fxne vxlue TBAUB BBIIS 8: C0 JEWELERS cf 1 Lf A .J 1850 Washington Boulevard at Clifford CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 50 MYRON BLOY F lorlst muses C M IMILLIE 8 CDMDANY E20 PRECISION 8023 Agnes Ave VA1ley 3 1122 MACHINED and GROUND PARTS TOOLS C-ACES FIXTURES DETRCIT 72 . L L L .L . . . I , C C O I 4 C vl C . . , 1 Cl ,Y 0 C , L . . . . YC . Q . 5 a id e I O C . v ll T ll Serving .9nc!u.4fry Over jing- Mine yeari I , A I O C WOODWARD HEIGHTS BOULIVARD JORDAN 4-6060 FERNDAL ,MlcH1GAN - , , Iiamomb ann! wafcLeJ STARK SL LANGE W 11 b P W k 1002 METROPOLITAN BUILDING 33 JOHN R STREET CAd1l 8839 Eumpllments nf Compliments ef ERUSSE PUINTE HARDWARE The Uldest Huslness Estahhshmeut 111 Grosse Pmuie I. 15915 E JEFFERSIJN r' OKI I' 1514 WASHINGTON BLVD Tllxedn 5 4420 and E1 WE DELIVER 73 Y Compllmems of . . dddlfafwldhgfd AUTOMOTIVE HEATING COOLING ACCESSORIES REPRESENTING FOREIGN AND DQMESTIC MANUFACTURERS I ' o MANUITACTURERS AGENTS HENRPS MARKET Mondry Cleaners Inc COLD 17029 KERCHEVAL STORAGE TU 5 7000 Cosmetncs PFCSCFIDIIODS Our Speclalty Grosse Pomte Pharmacy 17051 KERCHEVAL VAULTS 375 F1sher Road Grosse Pomte TUXedo 5 4800 GROSSE POINTE MICH Davld Mccarron TU d 5-4827 151. Senior Tea mf? Revvv mowm wall help you You can depend on that Whatever your future work may be Reddy Kllo watt lgood electruc servlcel wall help you day or mght Low cost electncuty produced by compannes luke Detrolt Edison has helped make the American standard of llvlng the worlds flnest 77 Eemplunenm ef The Z-llexanrler H Slhley llempany 2305 Dlme Bulhhnq Wllnrlwarrl 5 1532 Byron A llarse Presrdent Cllffnrrl A Nelson V1I:e Presrdeni Carroll Treqn Vnze President Dale A Earse Serrelary Treasurer M I L 43 R I M ewssr PUINTE FURNITURE suns J UN IOR SHOP 13041 E JEFFERSON Ave VAlley 20300 D tot15 Mch Dresses f Surts f Coats f Formals W d d1671 Cl' Wonfe .SZ I9 Tl-IE SMARTEST IN READY TO WEAR IN THE FISHER BUILDING M C 'I B d DETROIT 78 I I I , . . . , . - . I l ' l - I ' Compliments of uDelroit's Most Beauliful Furniture Store" - r i , i . Oo war 'Y 'N' Cl, 0 1'5 B oadway - - p' IT eatre u'l ' g Prrze W1nn1ng Photographs -c' UPPER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL Sue Crawford June Goodwrlhe unror Seven LIGGETT FROM MISS NAN COLE ON ADJOININO PLAYFIELD BURNS AVENUE STEPS L Limit' 'Z A HONORABLE MENTION Joan Lyons Senior SENIORS ON TERRACE STEPS 80 THE STANLEY CARTER EIQIMPANY MECHANICAL CONTRACTCDRS 8550 Lyndon Avenue Detrolt 21 M1Ch1QGD W d 113399 HART 8 IIUREURAN 420 Eapltol heatre BUIIRIHQ 1550 Broadway C0mPI'menfS Of JJ J fl! .S'1f,ff Moseley S IN THE FISHER BLILDINC IFIRUIIT AUCTIIQINI I Oo war -7 n iw' ua air 1 in J Hair Cutting Permanent XY ' vcs M ' ' , Complimcn Q Of C0 9 .v 7 1 81 IIHAHLES H HELTZ a UUMPANY IHIAINISCCDN CZIHIIEVIRCDLIETT' C IIBYSLER QAIRTEMP CQMPANY DEPENDABLE AIR CONDITIONING REEIUGERATION HEATING 9 M bl SALES SERVICE PARTS HAKIM BROTHERS Inc Indlan Vlllage Market EAST 5'DE SERVING DETROIT S 1513 f F351 ,, fa! .SD Lf I9 14259 Mack Avenue at Lakewood 83 E rjff VAII y 2 9800 VA11 y 3 1010 W E WDDD COMPANY BUILDING CDNSTRUCTIDN 82 DISTRIBUTORS uMakin ore Friends All the Time" "Creators fN D ' Sk ' Clu ce Rink" 9 11029 Whiiiier VE. 9-T850 9 '9 f .gina ome5 ic m or e goof!! endi e riced 47 as e erson at Iroquois Phone: e 5 e - Q O May Day 1949 Play Day f' A -lakh 83 sf! 'Fw Sheller Mcmufacturmg Corporatlon Portland Indlana C pliments of o O 9 I5-5 5 Ci P'-,E 'Ye- W17 ,Jw- Lbs. it ' 5 4 K . , , Q' ' Q 'f , K , rm QV' LET?- X ,..4' 1 ......... I 1 ff f , 1' :tw id 'vga' wi -4 Cl-4 ff, ' LJWQ wa 'M , . I AIN Q f bil, -.' l -..W H",wM 'V I 'nk :K 4 y 2 '12 JM ,. Mfr' ' 3'5" A a f 2, 4 91? 'V H-ul gQfwf'Qv""T"' m,!gE1w v 'ew 14, D li V Y- '10 :ffl Q PM D 7-' 3? 1111 -if Xiu' fi ' vi. MY. ,,,r, "Qw,,m I'U"lI' LL-4 jame Mo cha and M Thoma Ho n Pam a Mo cha LEFT TO R GHT: Emmy Be me Present Semor Class m E1ghth Grade I8 fx in "'-'vi 'iv 90 E H . V 2 I f J , . 5 Q ' Q 2 7 I K . if few . 1 Vx '1 V r 3 .f v' ' 5 xx , S f . 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University Liggett School - Rivista Yearbook (Grosse Pointe Woods, MI) online yearbook collection, 1943 Edition, Page 1

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University Liggett School - Rivista Yearbook (Grosse Pointe Woods, MI) online yearbook collection, 1949 Edition, Page 1

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University Liggett School - Rivista Yearbook (Grosse Pointe Woods, MI) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 1

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University Liggett School - Rivista Yearbook (Grosse Pointe Woods, MI) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1

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University Liggett School - Rivista Yearbook (Grosse Pointe Woods, MI) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1

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University Liggett School - Rivista Yearbook (Grosse Pointe Woods, MI) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

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