Vermontville High School - Verhian Yearbook (Vermontville, MI)
- Class of 1957
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Text from Pages 1 - 76 of the 1957 volume:
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MARY LOU HOSEY
RIC HA RD LEE WELLS
Fxrst row M Tompkms, M Hulbert R Wells M Hosey S Stairs Advlsor Mlss
0 Merhn Second row C Steward N Moore A Zakshesky C Van Neste S
Wells, M McLaugh11n V Reed L Dale J Husman Thud row J Gordenskl D
Hummel H Thompson B McDonald J Bnggs, L MacDonald L Woodbury
For more than half a century, Vermontvllle High School has
stood as a center of learmng rn our commumty Hundreds of
students have gone out from thls school to take their places
tn colleges vocattons and Jobs The records of achtevement
whlch they have left behmd and the measures of success whrch
have come to them mdtcate that Vermontvrlle Hlgh School
was and lS an mstttutlon of learmng of whtch any commumty
mtght be proud to call tts own
Yes Vermontvrlle l-hgh School stands as a monument to
education Flguratlvely speaking we say that tts protectlng
walls have been a shleld agamst the 1ll wtnds of 1llrteracy Its
doors have opened the way to learnmg Its wmdows have let
ln the light of knowledge and truth tts roof has wlthstood the
storms of lntolerance Wtthm tts walls, 1ts warmth has served
as a fnendly hearth, radlatlng trust and fnendshlp among stu
dents and teachers
In apprecratnon to allwho have helped to matntam Vermont
vrlle I-hgh School and to every wholesome and uphfung rn
fluence whtch has helped to make Vermontvllle l-hgh School
what it has been and is, we, the editors, present the 1957
DAVID B MCDOWELL
To Mr McDowell, who has been teacher, coach and ad
vlsor whose patlence and guldance rhls semor year have helped
us through each endeavor and class pro1ect wlth whom we
ave spent many an enjoyable and learned hour we the sen
lor class of 1957 do dedlcate the 1957 Verhran
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MR DAVID MCDOWELL MR JACK MALE1-TE
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E Steward N McLaugh11n R Zemke H Kelsey J Malette Supenntendent C
Bob Jones Umverslty B S
Enghsh and Dramaucs
Eastern Mmhrgan College
Mlchlgan State Umversxty
Math and Sclence
Western Mlchlgan, A
Mlchxgan State Umverszty
Ohvet College A B
Mrchxgan State Umversrty
M1Ch1g3H State Unxverslty
Jumor Hlgh Football and
Mlchrgan State Umversny
Basketball Coach and Soc
Jackson Jumor College A
Mrchrgan State Umversxty
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Syracuse Umversrty B S
Commercral and Jumor l-ugh
Western Mrchxgan College
Jumor H1gh Latm and
Mrchrgan State Umversrty
J unror H1gh and Dnvers
Fust row B Rrder A Kroger I Wallace I Reed Second row V Nelson I
Weller E Wexler F Smurs L Loveland
MRS PA T FOOTE
N Mas D BENTON
DA LE NORTHRUP
MR D MAKLEY
Frrst row R Hunt, R Schnver P Chllds, M Hedden, D Harwood E Wtlson R Weller R
Hamlm Second row P Baker R Nrchol M Halliwell, J Foote I Zemke L Wlser l
Boyer E Kmg P Baker P Hokanson J Goodenough Thlrd row K Hunt G Wells D
Howe G Campbell D Gearhart,J Marshall C Sowles, G Becraft C Brumm R Ewmg,
R. Plddmgton Co-Captam D Collier Captam I Rose Fourth row Advisor Mrs Weller
S Hokanson, K We1ler R McGregor R. Pugh J McLaughl1n K Thrun L Shrpman,
R Mathews, B Makley L Musser L Krlpatrlck D Weller C Benton, L Joppre
R Edxtor Assrstant Edrtor
M McLaugh11n J Rockafe llar
Frrst row Advrsor Mxss Bowerman J Chrlds J Faust, C Steward L Chrlds Assrstant Edrtor
J Rockafellar Edltor M MCL3Ugh11H Sports Edrtor C Foote N Kelsey G Walter N
Moore S Wells Second row L Marcum C Hrgdon, M Hunt M Zakshesky P Shaub
J Janousek D Trowbndge C Brumm K Kmg, L Knop M Hosey H Wrlcox C Van
Neste C Zellers P Fezatte Thrrd row B Gehman M Hulbert L Aldrrch K Reed
D Hyatt, B Malette A Zakshesky P Arnston, E Gaedert, V Ewrng R Wells B McDonald
J. Marcurn, B. Valdrck, L. Knuth, V. Reed, B. McGregor, B. Gehman, D. Hemze, Advrsor,
Mr. R. Rider.
Flrst row M Hulbert, C Steward V Reed N Kelsey H Thompson L MacDonald
Second row Adv1sor Mr Lock D Hemze L Gray J Marcum M McLaugh11n
R Wells J Bnggs Advrsor Mr Kuhlman Thlrd row D Hummel B McDonald
R Valdlck J Newman B Slple Advlsor Mr Escort
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Frrst row 1 Rockafellar B Gehman M McLaughl1n L Howe L Aldnch, D Wells
D Hemze Advrsor Mr Lock Second row N Imhoff A Rounds S Malette G
Walter K Reed M Marun L Chllds, K Kmg, S Wells C Van Neste Thrrd
row M Zakshesky B Kelsey B McGregor N Kelsey L Gray P Schaub
Fust row A Rounds C Steward, H Wxlcox B Pugh B Malette Adv1sor, Mlss
B Bowerman I Wxser Second row L Chllds A WISCI, E Zemke J Rockafeller
N Moore, C Brumm D Ianousek J DeWater, P Schaub D Hyatt Tlurd row
G Dean T Pugh A Ornmen J Faust, B Dale
Fust row L Knuth D Ianousek D Hyatt, P Schaub R Weller B McDonald
Second row H Wxlcox L DeBolt, W Tompkms I Bnggs G Dean V Ewlng,
Advxsor Mr R Rxder Thud row J Faust, B Malette A Ommen P Arnston,
Frrst row Advrsor Mrs Northup C
Hrgdon P Byrd G Walter M McLaugh1m
Second row R Brumrn C Brumm K Krng A Rounds D Smrth F Gardner
Thrrd row L Arnsworth V Ewmg N Imhoff S Malette C Zellers D Byrd
Frrst row Advrsor, Mrs. NorLhuP. 1. Rockafellar, D, Hummel, D. Heinze, M. Tomp
kms. Second row D. Smnh, L, Trowbndge, G. Walter, L Benedrct, J, Reed, D.
Faust. Thrrd row. S. Trumble, M. McLaugh11.n, T. Pugh, G. Dean, R. Wells.
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P1an1st B Kmg Fust row S Lourle P Fezatte, S Trumble J Chllds, A Wlser
I DWa er P Lourxe J Wlser Advxsor Mr C Humphrys Second row J Faust,
D Wells, R Weller G Dean A Ommen H W1lcox, L Sanders B Kelsey
Seated L Aldnch M McLaugh11n L Howe B Malcuxt, C Foote Standmg L
MacDonald, D Hemze, D Wells, B Gehman
P. Schaub, A, Rounds, D. Janousek, D, Hyatt, G. Walter, D. Byrd.
Fust row E Zemke E Gaedert C H1gd0lC1, Adv1sor M1ss H McG1oue Second
row P Amston, H Wxlcox, N Moore J Faust
Fust row Advlsor M1851 Boyd P Amston, G Dean, M Tornpkms H W11cox
Second row J Janousek P Schaub D Hyatt E Gaedergj Clulds, A Zakshesky
S Staus N Moore Thud row J Faust, N Kelsey B Malette A Ommen, M
Hosey D Janousek G Walters
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Frrst row Song Leader S Trumble Secretary N Moore Hrstorran P Byrd Presldent, S
Wells Treasurer B Malette Reporter A Ommen Advrsor MISH McGlone Second row
C VanNeste S Sta1rs G Becraft, M. Marun, A Zakshesky D Janousek L Sanders,J
Chllds, Parliamentanan, M Hosey Thrrd row P Schaub G Walters M Tompkms, D
Hyatt P Amston, N Kelsey M McLaughl1n
Frrst row Sennnel, L Woodbury Reporter J Husman Secretary R. Boyer L MacDonald
Pres1dent,J Buggs Treasurer L Dale Advrsor Mr H McMahon Second row J Degner
B Srple L Howe K Wells, W Tompkxns, L Arnsworth D Smith B Gehman R. Weller
K Mclntyre J Gordenskl Thrrd row F Gardner T Pugh, B Tomlmson, E Wells, D
McDonald R Gusey A Eastman, R, Colher D Cook A Amsworth R. Brumm
Dlrector Mrs G Montgomery Student Dlrector J Bnggs Maw K Ballard Paw M 1-iu1bert
Ellre Lou Duffunny M Hosey Dons Dean, S Wells D1zzy Mae M Tompkms Corney Belle
C VanNeste Edward Small B McDonald Carol Hughes, M McLaughl1n Robert Bruce V
Reed Sammy Fester H Thompson Zeke L MacDonald Curly D Hummel Orchestra J
Gordenskr I Husman L Woodbury Stage Hands R Wells, S Staus J Rounds, A Zakshesky
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Duector M1ssB Bowerman Student Duector J Husman Rrchard Early D Hummel Emlly
Early M Tompkms Hope Early M McLaugh11n Dlck Early M Hulbert Mary Early C
VanNeste Bob Early L MacDonald Delphre S Staus Randy Cunmngham R Wells Jenny
Malloy I Staus Buzz Da1ly I Buggs Mrnam Walker M Hosey IackM1lford V Reed
Sanford Welles B MacDonald Mrs Forester S Wells Prompter A Zakshesky
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Amsworth D McDonald L Dale Second row Asslstant Coach H Escort Manager M
Hulbert,J Marcum B McDonald D Hummel, V Reed D Wells,J Bnggs H Thompson,
D Smlth B Valdlck D Cook, B Slple B Gehman, D Hemze W Tompkins, L Gray
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All Conference Captaln
All Reglon All Conference
L. MacDonald, Assistant Managers, H. Gaedert, A. Hamlin, Coach, W. Kuhlman. Third row:
DEW EY HUMMEL DICK WELLS
JOE BRIGGS LARR
BOB MCDONALD VERN REED
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Frrst row Assrstant Manager D Wlser L Knuth J Newman, B Valdrck L Howe
D Hummel Second row Coach Lock, B McDonald T Pugh D Hemze V Reed
B Gehman L MacDonald Manager M Hulbert
First row: C, Steward, L, Marcum, M. Zakshesky, Second row: Captain, J. Janousek
N. Kelsey, M. McLaughlin,
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Frrst row D Smrth R Colher R. Brumm D McDonald J Barnhart Second row
Manager G Ruffner R. Boyer L Amsworth, D Cook, C Cone A Amsworth
Thrrd row K Wells B McGregor B Tomlmson E Wells, F Gardner A Eastman
Captaln, C Foote S Malette N Imhoff B Kelsey D Trowbndge
Fxrst tow R Gardner D W1ser R. S1p1e L Trumble, D Htgdon Second row L
J Nagle A Hummel, R. Reed W Woodbury Absent Coach!-I Escott
D K1ng,J Makley R Ianousek M. Irnhoff J Reed C Smith P Starr V Hedden
Schaub, H. Moore, C. King, B. Briggs, S. Boyer, J. Cole. Third row: J. Thompson,
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Fust row L Schaub P F1sher C King, B Bnggs R Gardner D Hxgdon, L Trumble
S Boyer Second row G Cole D Wiser W Woodbury J Thompson A Hummel
J Nagle H Moore R, Reed L Trowbndge Thud row G Foote G Ruffner E
Tubbs L Goodenough A Hamlin D Cook, T Hunt. Fourth row D Gearhart, A
Alnsworth H Gaedert, R. Baker G Hokanson.
F1rst row W Tompkms J Newman L Knuth R Valdxck J Marcum Second row
B McDonald V Reed D Hummel J Harns C Valdlck B H111 M Hulbert
Thlrd row Coach R R1der R Boyer B McGregor R Weller L Ruffner Manager
Flrst row L. Gray, B. Slple, J. Marcum, C. Cone, L. Knuth, Coach Kuhlman.
Second row E. Wells, D HCIDZC, B. Gehman, L MacDonald, V. Reed.
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Secretary B Malette
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Trs the quret people that do the work
FFA 2 3 4, Verhran Jumor Semor Play Class Offrcer 3 4
MARY LOU HOSEY Lou
What wlll be w1ll be
FTA 2 3 4 FHA 1 2 3 4' Archery 3 Grrls Gym 1 Grrls
Basketball 4 Festrval Queen's Court 1 Verhlan Editor,
Llbrary Staff 1, Class Offrcer 1 3 4 Paper Staff 3 4 Jumor
JOSEPH LEE BRIGGS Joe
Able and wrllmg
FFA 1 2"3'4' Archery 3 4 Verhran Football 3 4 Basket
ball 2 Jumor Semor Play Photography 1 Varsrty Club 4
Class Offlcer 3 4
CAROLYN JEAN VAN NESTE Carol
Some say she s qulet others know better
FHA 1 2'3 4 Archery 3 Verhran Jazz Club 4 Jumor
Semor Play Paper staff 3 4 Class Offrcer 3 4 Festlval
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JOSEPH FRANKIE GORDENSKI Joe
Not only good but good for somethmg
FFA 2 3 4 Verhran, Jumor Play
DON MICHAEL HULBERT Mlke
I seek the hrgher thmgs
Howard Cnty 1 Vermontvrlle 2 3 4 Sports Manager 2 3
a A 4 Varsrty Club 2 3 4 Paper Staff 3' Iunlor Senior Play
Verhlan Archery Chorus2 FFA 2
MARION DEWITT HUMMEL Dewey
The more man knows the more he forgets
FFA 2 3-4 Archery 3-4 Verhian Football 1 2 3-4 Bas-
ketball 2 3 4 Baseball 4 Track 1 2-3 4, Junior-Senior
Play Paper Staff 2-3-4 Photography 1 Varsity Club 2-3
4 Projector Club 43 Student Councll 2 3 4'
LARRY WAYNE MacDONALD Mac
I am young, but years have no monoply of coura e
FTA 2 FFA 2 3 4 Verhran Football 1 2 3 4 Basket
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G' Band 1 2 3 4 Jumor Semor Play Varslty Club 3 4
ROBERT E McDONALD Bob
A man who wlll make the most of hls opportunities
FFA 2 3 4 Chorus 2 Archery 3 4' Verhran, Football 1
2 3 4 Baseball 3 Basketball 1 2 3 4, Jumor Semor Play:
Paper Staff 2 3 4' Photography 1 Varsrty Club 4
MARGARET MCLAUGHLIN Marg
Serze the present hour
FHA 2-4 FTA 2 Chorus 2 Debate 1 Gxrls Gym 1 Glrls'
Track 2 Cheerleader 1 2 3 4 Jazz Club 4 Dance Band
1 2 4 Semor Band 1 2 3 4 Jumor Semor Play Paper
'Ms' Staff 2 3'4' Photography 1 Spamsh Club 1 Varslty Club
4 Lxbrary Staff 1 4 Festlval Qreen 3 Student Councrl
1 3'4 Festwal Queen s Court 2
WILLIAM ERNEST PARMELY B111
He lwes every day of hrs hfe
Henderson Tennessee 1, Jackson MlSSlSSlPPl 2 Selmer
Tennessee 3 Vermontvllle 4 T
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VERN H REED Il Verne
IfI can't fmd a way I will make one
FTA 2 Archery 3 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4
Baseball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 2 3-4 Iumor Semor Play
Photography 1 Varsity Club 2 3 4 Class Offlcer 2, Pro
Jector Club 4 Student Councll 1
Thus the great thmgs from the small
Woodland 1 Vermontvllle 2 3 4 Llbrary Staff 1 2 3
Semor Play Verhlan Chorus 1 FHA 2 3 4'
HAROLD LEROY THOMPSON Pug
Men of few words are the best men
Verhlan Football 1 2 3 4 Track 3 Jumor Play 3 Photo
graphy 1 Varsxty Club 3 4'
SHIRLEY ANN STAIRS Shlrl
Wlthout haste but wlthout rest
Woodland 1 Vermontvllle 2 3 4 Guls Basketball 1 4
Semor Play Verhlan FHA 1 2 3 4 FTA 4
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FTA 2 3'4' FHA 1 2'3'4
Verhran Grrls' Gym 1
Gtrls Track 2 3 Iunror
Senlor Play Class Officer 2
Student Councrl 3 4' Prrncr
LESTER ARCHIE WOODBURY
Nature rs a mrghty teacher
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SAUNDRA KAY WELLS
Lrve and let lrve
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Chorus 2 Archery 3 Ver
hran Jazz Club 4 Iunror
Senror Play Paper Staff 4
Class Offrcer 1 PTA Queen'
RICHARD LEE WELLS Drck
Lrve and learn
FTA 2' FFA 2 Chorus 2
Archery 3' Verhran Foot
ball 1 2 3 4 Basketball 2
Baseball 1 Track 1 2 3
Junror Senror Play Paper
staff 2 3 4' Photography 1'
Varsrty Club 3 4 Student
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FTA 2 3 4 FHA 2 3 4
Chorus 3 Verhran e
Band 2 3 4 Grrls Gym 1
Grrls Track 2 Grrls Basket
ball 4: Lrbrary Staff 35
Spamsh Club 15 Paper staff
43 Senror Playg Senror Band
Ftrst row Larry Dale Larry MacDonald, Ioe Brtggs, Mary Lou Hosey Second row
Dewey Hummel Shtrley and lrts Statrs Joe Gordenskt Lester Woodbury John Husman
Sandy Wells Thtrd row Duck Wells, Maxme Tompkms Carol Van Neste Vern Reed
Fourth row Margaret McLaugh11n, Angle Zakshesky Bob McDonald, Harold Thompson
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Our school days are nearly over
The parttng of ways hes ahead
let us lrnger Just a wee brt longer,
Recalltng fond memortes now dead
Deadl No not that for those
Memortes shall we lovrngly cherrsh forever
It was the Fall of 1953 that we took our ftrst steps on the ladder whtch was to lead
us from the posrtton of the green rnexperrenced freshman to the long dreamed of herght
of the status of a senror
A rather forlorn group were the 28 students, feeltng very much out of place tn the
mrdst of so many wrser ones
Mr Rtchard Slater was our advtsor The offrcers were Presrdent Lrnda Halsey
Vtce Presrdent Mary Lou Hosey Secretary Mary Ellen Shetenhelm and Treasurer
One of our frrst adventurous expenences was rnrtratton Lrttle drd we know what to
expect from the large class of Sophomores
We managed to lrve through thrs ordeal and buckle down to the ftrst year of hrgh
school whtch proved to be uneventful
In the sprtng our small force managed a stand at the Syrup Festtval, where we netted
a trdy sum whtch was to serve as the nucleus for the large amount of money needed for
our senror trrp
During our sophomore year our number had drmrnrshed to 27 students We lost
Donna Crane, Alrce Fineout, and Sherman Wolever but we garned Mrke Hulbert and
Shrrley Starrs Mrs Shaffer was selected to act as our new advtsor
New class offrcers were Presrdent Vern Reed Vrce President Douglas Janousek
As rt was the usual tradrtton to mrttate the freshmen we dtd so by havrng a fteld
day It proved to be a more crvrltzed procedure but of course we drdn t hesrtate rn
lettmg the freshmen know who was the superror
Our frrst enterprrse in makrng money was a magazine sale boys team vs gtrls
team The lostng team entertatned the wtnners at an eventng party
Our next proyect was the refreshment concesston at the basketball games, whrch
proved very profitable Agarn takrng our stand out of storage we set tt up for the annual
Syrup Festrval thrs year sellrng tnnkets and refreshments
Another year ended after we ordered our class rrngs whrch were to be deltvered rn
the fall of our Junror year
Upon returxng to schoo rn 1956 we had lost Mary Mahar Lrnda Halsey, Mary Ellen
Shetenhelm Douglas Janousek Robert Gardner, and Cltnton Harman Thus we numbered
twenty one Class offrcers were Presrdent Joe Brrggs Vtce Prestdent John Husman
Secretary Carolyn Van Neste and Treasurer Mary Lou Hosey Mrs Shaffer and Mr
Wtlson were our advlsors
Strll clrmbrng we knew we would have to work hard Here we learned to cooperate
and to face responstbtlrty
Secretary - Kathleen Ballardg and Treasurer - Maxine Tompkins.
The first week of school our class rings arrived
Again we had a magazine drive w1th the losrng team entertaintng the winners A
Christmas time we organrzed the Christmas Dance using the theme Winter Wonderland
In April we made our debut behind the footlrghts in Comm Round the Mountain
an hxlarious htllbrlly comedy There was still more to come The tradrtronal festival
booth was under way once more
'I'hen came the prom! We were proud of our fabulous Star Light setting and did
not begrudge the time and energy spent in decorating for the occasion Under the moon
lit sky shining stars and softly playing music we danced the evening away
At commencement after decorating the stage, we were proud to escort the seniors
as they proceeded on their way to receive thetr diplomas
On September fourth we started our last year with twenty one seniors We lost
McDowell became our final advisor We re elected Joe Briggs, President John Husman
Vice President Carolyn Van Neste Secretary and Mary Lou Hosey, Treasurer
In the fall we boarded a bus bound for Lansing to have our Senior pictures taken
Our money making projects were scrap and paper drives and Semor play, which was
Foot Loose Added to these we sponsored dances after the football games, sold Christ
mas trees, and cards Also we sponsored the annual Christmas dance Snow Flake Ball
was the theme
We decided not to take the conducted tours of New York and Washmgton as previous
classes had done Instead we planned our own mp using the school bus for transportation
and with Mr and Mrs McDowell as chaperones and bus driver
It is with a mixed feeling of regret and anticipation that we come to the close of
our high school days We regret leaving our many friends and the old familiar halls
but in the true spirit of youth we antrcipate the adventure of accepting the challenge
hfe offers us
SUDDENLY THERE S A VALLEY
When you climb the highest mountain
When the clouds let the sunshine in
Suddenly there's a valley
Where hope and love begin
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Kathleen Ballard and Joanne Rounds, but gained Bill Parmely and Iris Stairs. Mr. David
We, the senror class of 1957, of Vermontvrlle Communrty School, Vermontvrlle Mrchrgan
berng of sound mrnd and and sound body hereby make thrs our last wrll and testament
We wrll to the faculty our abrlrty to get along wrth the freshmen
We wrll to the freshmen our abrlrty to get along wrth the faculty
We wrll to the sophomores all of our extra money so they won t have to work so hard rn
the years to come
To the Junrors we leave our government books and these rndrvrdual grfts
Joe Brrggs wrlls hrs way through Government to Bob Hager Let s hope Bob wrll frnd rt as
easy as Joe drd
Larry Dale wrlls hrs love for agrrculture classes to Ken Mclntyre and Walter Tompkrns
We hope they wrll spend many happy days rn agrrculture class next year
Joe Gordenskr wrlls hrs abrlrty to paint cars to Russel Werler We hope Russell s car rs
sharpest rn Vermontvrlle
Mary Lou Hosey wrlls her good behavror to Ann Ommen Janet Rockafellar and Janrs
Janousek May these grrls do as well as Mary Lou
Mrke Hulbert wrlls hrs lrfe to Eleanor Gaedert We are sure she wrll take good care of rt
John Husman wrlls hrs quretness to Larry Knuth We hope Larry can take a hrnt
Dewey Hummel wrlls all of hrs old excuses to Jrm Marcum We're sure Jrm can use them
Larry MacDonald wrlls to Robert Valdrck hrs abrlrty to stay away from grrls and use hrs
trme to study We know Bob wrll use thrs wrsely
Bob McDonald wrlls hrs herght to Lynwood Gray We expect to see Lynwood our tallest
student next year
Margaret McLaughlrn wrlls her abrlrty to argue to Nancy Kelsey and Gayla Walters We
expect to hear more from these grrls next year
B111 Parmely wrlls hrs abllrty to travel to Leland Howe We probably won t see much of
Leland next year
Vern Reed wrlls hrs abrlrty to hrgh Jump to Douglas Herrrze We know he wrll use thrs
Shrrley Starts wrlls her way wrth men to Phyllrs Woodbury Edrth Mae Zemke and Patrrcra
Byrd We hope therr many men don t become too troublesome
Irrs Starrs wrlls her car to Donna Hyatt and Darlene Janousek We hope rt doesn t grve
them the trouble rt gave Irrs
Harold Thompson wrlls to Caylord Dean hrs abrlrty rn football We hope to see Gaylord
burnrng thrngs up next year
Maxrne Tompkrns wrlls her Job rn the offrce to Pat Arnston Judy Faust or Nancy Moore
We hope they are as effrcrent as Maxrne
Carolyn Van Neste wrlls her long harr to Helen Wrlcox and Bonnre Malette Maybe next
year they wrll have longer harr
Rrchard Wells wrlls hrs car troubles to Lours DeBolt We hope Loure doesn t have to walk
to school too often
Sandy Wells wrlls her gray harr to Lynette Chrlds Pat Schaub and Carol Steward hoprng
they wrll never have any
Lester Woodbury wrlls hrs love of Alaska to Douglas Wells hoprng he wrll learn to lrke
the outdoors as well as Lester does
Angelrne Zakshesky wrlls her typrng abrlrty to Jeannre Chrlds and Lrllran Sanders hoprng
they do as well
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JOE BRIGGS Srnce Joe rs the presrdent of our class we grve hrm thrs gavel so he wrll
hold the upper hand rn whatever he does
LARRY DALE To Larry we grve thrs paper doll as he has had a lot of trouble wrth hrs
grrl frrend thrs year
JOE GORDENSKI To Joe we grve thrs drawrng paper so he wrll always have plenty on
whrch to sketch hrs model cars
MARY LOU I-IOSEY Srnce Mary Lou rs undecrded about gorng to college we grve er
thrs map of Mrchrgan State Unrversrry so rf she goes there she wrll be able to frn
her way around
MIKE HULBERT We grve Mrke a blueprrnt for hrs house so that he won t have to desrgn
one when he builds hrs home
DEWEY HUMMEL We grve to Dewey thrs book on drrvrng rules as we thrnk he wrll be
able to use rt
JOHN HUSMAN To John we grve thrs prcture of a model wrfe to add that frnrshrng
touch to hrs farm
LARRY MacDONALD To Larry who s gorng rn the servrce we grve thrs song Far Away
BOB McDONALD As Bob has always en1oyed prckrng on grrls we grve hrm thrs book on
How to be Nrce to Grrls so he can polrsh up on hrs etrquette
MARGARET MCLAUGHLIN To Marg we grve thrs alarm clock so she wrll always be on
BILL PARMELY Srnce B111 rs so lrvely we grve to hrm these Jumprng beans so he wrll
have somethrng to bounce along wrth hrm
VERN REED As Vern has made plans to enter college thrs fall we grve to hrm thrs date
book for we know he wrll be able to use rt
IRIS STAIRS Srnce Irrs always seems to be rn the need of tape for her rrng we grve her
thrs roll of tape rn hopes she wrll never run out
SHIRLEY STAIRS Shrrley has planned on takrng a trrp to Arrzona we grve to her thrs
trarn trcket and wrsh her a good Journey
HAROLD THOMPSON To Pug we grve thrs can of blue parnt so hrs car wrll always be
brrght and blue
MAXINE TOMPKINS Maxrne rs undecrded about teachrng but rn case she does we
grve her thrs ruler so she can keep her students rn lrne
CAROLYN VAN NESTE Srnce Carolyn has long hau' we grve her thrs parr of shears rn
case she ever wants a change rn harr style
RICHARD WELLS To Rrchard we grve these seasrck prlls as they say the navy gets
SAUNDRA WELLS Srnce Sandy rs a fan of popular musrc we grve to her thrs certrfrcate
for a year s supply of popular records
LESTER WOODBURY As Lester has often dreamed of a trrp to Alaska we grve hrm thrs
map of Alaska and hope hrs dream comes true
ANGELINE ZAKSHESKY To Angre we grve thrs rattle so she wrll have no excuse for
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Joe Bnggs Joe s cows give more mrlk than any darry farmer's near or far
Larry Dale Larry owns the brggest beef farm rn Mrchrgan
Joe Gordenskr Joe sells new Fords and makes a few dollars on the srde racrng cars
Mary Lou Hosey Works ln an offrce but strll wanders around town when she finds trme
Mrke Hulbert Mrke s mamed and has several lrttle Hulberts
Dewey Hummel Governor of Mrchrgan farms as a hobby
John Husman Iohn's a carpenter has a contract to butld a new whrte house
larry MacDonald Makrng brg money rn the Arr Force after 20 years servrce
Bob McDon1ad Admrral of the Navy he conducts the potato peelers
Margaret Mcbaughlrn College, then 1t's hard to tell
B111 Parmely The happy wanderer
Vern Reed II Vern s a teacher he teaches grrls Physrcal Educatron
Shrrley Starrs Shrrley s a Wave and the wrfe of a sarlor
Ins Starrs Rearmg little prlots for the Arr Force
Pug Thompson Farms most of the trme rf he sees a frerght train though he hops it
Maxme Tompkrns Elementary teacher
Carolyn Van Neste Head stenographer for Governor Wrlltams
Rrchard Wells Whatever wrll be wall be after hrs time rn the Navy
Sandy Wells Model wrfe
Lester Woodbury Lester rs keeplng hrmself busy trappmg mrnk to frnance hrs trrp to the
Angelrne Zakshesky Secretary who can take over 200 words a mrnute
How young we were when we started school
How large seemed the half a day
When from our homes and Moms and Dads we had to stay
As trme went on we bolder grew
The thtrd and fourth grades passed us by and then
We gazed up to the erghth grade oh so hrgh
We struggled onward through the years
The frfth and srxth grades now are gone
And though rt seemed so far away
lnto Junlor Hlgh School we have sprung
Each day brought us a new surprrse
Each year brought us nts fears
Wrth every passmg moment came new laugh
Wrth the future loomrng brrght ahead
We are at the summrt of the hrll
How hugh and strange the future looks
Yet we clrmbed hrgher strll
Clrmbrng hrgher on the path of trme
Our hrgh school days slrp slowly by
And we frnd ourselves reachmg to the
Many tasks now lay behmd us
Many tasks now lay ahead
And we touch each passmg moment
Some with gladness, some wrth dread.
We shall always struggle onward,
Never wavermg, you and I.
ter and new tears
Untrl we reach our hrghest goal up rn the sky.
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GRAND LEDGE CLAY PRODUCT COMPANY
Grand Ledge Mmhlgan
MABLE L AND WILBUR
Extend Our Best
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Food Freezers Locker Supphes
Meats and Grocerxes
Pont1ac Sales and
Equlp and Trucks
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BEN H LENIK
Verrnontvxlle M1 chxgan
178 South Mam
Phones 2142 3210
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STANDARD SERVICE STATION
Agent WAYNE BOSWORTH
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MICHIGAN MAGNETICS INC
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JOE'S LEONARD STATION
RED'S BARBER SHOP
Vermontvllle M1 chlgan
Phone 4061 N Ma1n Stree
J EG TAVERN
KATE'S BEAUTY SHOP
WILSON TV RADIO SERVICE
Servlce and Parts
DON KELSEY D O
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Congratulatwns to the
Class of '57
AURTHUR L BARNINGHAM
Good Luck to the
Class of '57
JOHNNIE'S AUTO PARTS
Engme Tune Ups Radlator Work
JANOUSEK'S SERVICE STATION
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Complete Motor Servmce
Ma1n St Phone 5721
Phone 241 1
Congratulatmns to the
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GREEN WELDING 8: MACHINE
Phone 262 1
Congratulatmns to the
Class of 1957
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Call 2851 Nashv1lle
The Road to Success
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You Have to Make That Yourself
Just Naturally Good
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Phone Nashv1lle 2451
Our Customers Buy for Less
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Modern Elevator Service
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See You After the Games
Phone 4741 Phone 22.75
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C E NAATEIQ VVILSON
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Office 106 South Main St
Nashville Michigan Phone 4131
MONTGOMERY WARD 6
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Excavatxng Gradlng Crane
Owner and Operator
220 N loma
Phone 2771 ANYTIME
Authorxzed Ford Dealer
Genuxne Ford Parts and Servmce
Bumpmg Pa1nt1ng Glass
Charlotte M1 chlgan
Phone 40 3
Cement Buxldlng Blocks
Steel and Alumlnum Sash
Crushed Road Gravel
Peat for Lawns
Phone 2791 Nashv1lle
The B1g Store ln the Llttle Town
MAPES FURNITURE CO
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Servmg All of Eaton County and Mld M1ch1gan Wxth
the Best m Muslc News and Sports
Where Your Home Begms
316 N Washmgton Street
THE BLUE INN
THE HOBBY SHOP
Hobbmes Toys Crafts
Always Somethmg Newj
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3 0 Interest on Savings Account
Member F D I C
Sales and Service
Goodyear Farm Tires
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General Electric Appliances
V ermontville Michigan
Lots of Luck
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MOBILE SER VICE
Full Line of Groceries
and Cold Meats
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Vermontville, Michigan t U .
LAKE ODESSA DAIRY MAID
Lake Odessa M1Ch1gaH
Just a Good Place to Shop
Our Busmess IS Servmg You
We Plck Up and Dehver
Royal Crown Cola
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Mechamcal Presses Can and Contalner Machmery
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Pont1ac Cars GMC Trucks
See Dlck or Bob
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Phone 140 531 Prarle Street
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Drugs and Jewelry
VITALE AND SONS
BOWL AT LAKEVIEW LANES
Phone Dr 4 4881 for Reservatwns
NASHVILLE CO OPERATIVE
Nashv1l1e M1 ch1gan
Class of 1957
MATERS SINCLAIR SERVICE
WATROUS BARBER SHOP
The Frxendly Store
FULLER INS AGENCY
Farm Dramage Contractors
Lake Odessa M1ch
Phone Drake 4 5021
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