Waterford Township High School - Waterlog Yearbook (Waterford, MI)

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U 9 .L S.-' M H I 0 t .., , J ca Ggvim- M A i E f f nfl fb QQ 4 ,, TYPING CLASS Future stenographers? One never knows, but if Miss Avey has anything to say about it, they will be right up at the top with the rest of the keyboard wizards. Both shifts put these typewriters through their paces in hopes that they soon will be accomplished typists. Notice the diligence with which W.T.H.S. students work? The typing class is no exception. Miss Avey and charges manage nicely as long as everyone works! PHYSICS CLASS Mr. Lake's physics class completed numerous experiments throughout the year with the usual result--success! These energetic students, led by their teacher, Mr. Arthur Lake, whipped through the physics course in fine shape, hardly ever reaching a problem that would stump them. This class lacks quantity of students, but apparently, judging from their marks, makes up for it with quality. C0-UP TRAINING A practical course was offered this year in the category of co-op training. This course was supervised by Mr. William Bawden, and proved to be an interesting course for those who took it. Classroom work and practical work were evenly divided. The students gained prac- tical experience by clerking in township stores, while Mr. Bawden gave them technical data in Room 106. SPEECH CLASS W Perhaps one of the most interesting and helpful classes that students of W.T.H.S. can enroll in are the speech classes. Under the supervision of Miss Patty Looman they learned the art of debate, salesmanship, public speaking, and radio. Advanced speech work was available to those who had previous experience and were interested in dramatics, public speaking, and radio. R T Under the supervision of Miss Hills, the art class kept themselves busy during the year. Their greatest contribution to the school was the mural on sports, which is in the hall. The mural shows the different sports played at the different seasons of the year. Stu- dents responsible were: jean Allen. Jerry Jones. Marilyn Doelle, Marilyn Hargraves, Louise Clark. and Margaret Reed, -sf . v'.,. Model villages were made by the fourth and fifth hour art classes. The students had to draw a floor plan and picture, make a scale and then build their houses from these. Most of the houses were made of cardboard and put on a large cardboard platform. They were painted and cellophane was used for the windows. Cloth and cotton a.nd many other things were used for grass. and twigs from trees to represent trees. Little pebbles were used for rocks. These houses required two months of diligent work. 1 0 f X ,, ' X - . X , 4: --. f'L AM in .3 I Iafh VNV , 1,2 X -X Q 0 5 Q f 5 O Nxt' iik e -f' 6 a 7 A16 ji'-',Qi Q44 if 4 ' fig, fs, ,.'Z'Ef.fnf . ,ii Ci: 5 YS -4- ' A , ,cv :, ' . Q ll 1 CTA 5 r -I Zz! r' 1 T i xx X 5 X ' Q g A i- QJQ4g , PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The photography club is learning a great deal about taking and developing pictures. They meet at the High School on Tuesday evening. The club is under the direction of Mr. Ray Grambau and other members are: Left to right, David Stuk, Pat Adar, Tom Studt, Claire Iohnson, Myron Scafe, Don Zimmerman, Marshall Rose. DEBATE CLUB Members of the debate club appearing from left to right on the top row are: Frances Reaves, Barbara Purdy, jerry Saincome, Ioan Paine, and Ruby Fralin. Members of the varsity debate club appearing from left to right on the bottom row are Sherwood Ebey, Pat Maxwell, Jack White, and Ioyce Mayo. The last named were the actual debaters with a very good rooting section from the remainder of the debate club. BOWLING OFFICERS 'Strikel Great goin', fellal' This and many other exclamations of joy for sorrowl are heard each Wednesday as the keglers of Waterford High meet to match their skill in a battle for points. The officers for the afternoon group are as follows: Arlo Flesher, presidentg ,oo Wayne Iohnson, vice-presidentg Sally Eaton, secretaryg Max Stamp, treasurer. Mrs. Isaac- , son and Miss Houghton are sponsors for this group. if ff "C'mon, gang! Let's beat those guysl' This spirit of "get out and win' is predomi- nant in the bowling teams of the morning session as they steam those balls down the alley to score their points. The winning team for this group is: Elbert Whitaker, Bob Pearson, Art Ruelle, Bob Turnbull, and Iohn Boaz. Jimmy Long is secretary for the group. BOWLING LEAGUE S l . ,ani ya! Bowling team members are: Left to right--top row: Roberta Dean, Patsy Boyer, Joann Falkner, Barbara Terry, Barbara Zoch, Barbara Swaney, and Norma Kaiser. Second row: Mrs. Isaacson, Barbara Neal, Marcielle Shell, Sally Eaton, Marjorie Voelker, Thelma Lewis, Miss Avey, and Miss Houghton. Bottom row: Peggy Keasey, Bonnie Graves, Gwen Welsh, Mary Lou Martin, Jean Christoson, Dawn Coleman, Bette Warner, and Phyllis Brinker. Bowling team members are: Left to right--top row: Gary Hetherington, Arlo Flesher, Tom Frizzle, Stanley Roosa, Lynn Wyckoff, Charles Kinkle, Richard Kern, Bill Tomlinson, and Wayne Johnson. Second row: Joel England, Charles Weiler, Dick Radtke, Claude Sheldon, Iere Anderson, Ron Councilor, Bill Carter, Alton Doud, Howard Weedon, and Leo Larkin. Bottom row: Max Stamp, Bob Studt, Tom Mackie, Alan Hollibaugh, George Conibar, Curtis Neal, Ralph Long, and Lloyd Mayo. VARSITY DEBATE TEAM , . I l V i Waterford's varsity debate team completed its second year of interscholastic compe- tition with a respectable win-loss record of 5 and 5. After reviewing a list of the schools that offered us competition it is fortunate indeed that the .500 was posted. The team, consisting of Ioyce Mayo and Jack White, affirmatives, and Pat Maxwell and Sherwood Ebey, negatives debated the proposition supplied by the Michigan High School For- ensic Association, "Resolved, that the United Nations should be revised into a World Federal Government nowl " Double wins were posted over Rochester in the opener, students here at W.T.H.S. saw the split with the Howell team, Warren Township held us to a split, and the final regular de- bate of the season saw the experienced Hamtramck team take a double win from the Waterford regulars. However, that did not end the season for Patty and Sherwood as they went on to the district meet in Flint. At the district meet they defeated Sandusky, but bowed out in the quar- ter-finals to Hazel Park. Rounding out the successful season, the debaters were guests of the University of Mich- igan in the late spring. This convention honored the outstanding high schools of Michigan for their fine job of debating. The Detroit Free Press, which co-sponsored the above-mentioned gathering, presented Waterford High with a wall plaque for excellence in high school debating. Individual mem- bers received a certificate of merit. The Free Press has been sponsoring this type of pro- gram for many years, and only last year presented W.T.H.S. a plaque for an outstanding per- formance in the field of debate. The picture above was snapped during a practice debate. Seated from left to right are Joyce Mayo, affirmative, Thelma Lewis, chairman, Sherwood Ebey, negativefand Pat Maxwell, negative. The speaker is Jack White, the other member of the affirmative team. L" .V .1f'. V' U.. Z-vos rf , ,-g.. - r ,.-A ' fi-1""" ' .rg-1 - ""- I , 1:15 :..2 . -ffl' -- TY ,mb Q -Q .2 - . r, . 5,7 f'N N 'A . , ,P , - 1 4. f :-' af' , ., 153- ,' 1- -X xf ,-51 K , . 7,1 I -.- -u' v. 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M ,- N -, . 4, ' v ', ', vi- .. . 17 ',,' A ,,-: Q, X f ,s ' A 1 a -, ,-- f, 4 x .f ' 3 12- - ' fx -f-'fy 1 'f N-. K X: ,hz . ' x Ji- ,223 , . .jg , ' ' 2,5-. S -' ':.'I 1 . '- N., ' 5"-L 1: 4' 3? P BAND Band members, seated left to right, are: Don Kratt, Norine Goll, Jack Logie, Marilyn Chadek, Arthur Garlick, Ed Amos, Barbara Bouck, James Jeffery, and Darrel Bruestle. Standing left to right are: Duane Field, Steve Huntoon, Jim Brace, Norman Davis, Art Lawson, Hal Wiggins, Norma Vogel and Mr. Griffin. CHORUS X 1 lm. 1 - v - V--W Chorus members are, starting from the bottom, left to right: Marion Jepson, Sue Brace, Jacqueline McCormick, Betty Blair, Frances Van Hooser, Joyce Ebey, Nelda White, Sylvia Garnet, Mr. Griffin. Second row: Irene Warden, Audrey Reynolds, Beverly Peppin, Sally Hutchins, Esther Banghart, Jean CRedJ Allen, Mary Dean Solomon, Donna Mattingly, Mary Crowden, Harriet Smith. Third row: Rena Lowrey, Norine Goll, Norma Kaiser, Pat Coss, Pat Wood, Carole Thick, Pat Scafe, Alma Nichols, Leila Enders, Bette Warner. Fourth row: Pat Jewel, Helen Taylor, Dawn Coleman, Carole Hoyt, Virginia King, Deloris Enders, Joan Kray, Louise Grahl, Norma Hubble, Mary Ellen Zettle. DRAMATICS CLUB Probably the number one club of W.T.H.S. is the "Footlight Revelers." This organiza- tion totals a membership of 60 with Miss Patty Looman at the reins as supervisor. Com- monly called the Dramatics Club, this club presented two three-act plays during the year. Betty Knapp's "Inner Willy' was the lead off with Bob Brown and Bob Webb sharing the lead roles. The performance increased the treasury by 5187.12 after filling the auditorium on November 14 and 15. A serious dramatic performance was the second production given March 25 and 26. 'Last Stop' was the highlight of the year, and proved to be a smash suc- cess. Fortunately Miss Looman, director, coach and what have you, was around. During the first part of the year the club met on Tuesday nights from 7:00 to 8:15 P.M., and then after the change of shifts they met Tuesday afternoons from 1:00 to 2:30 P.M. First Row: Charlotte Taylor, Kathleen Shields, Ronald Grover, Sally Eaton, treasurer, Robert Webb, vice-president, Beverly Coopes, president, lack White, secretary, Patty Bump, and Billie Davis. Second Row: Beverly Morey, Audrey Reynolds, Ioan Paine, Janie Mixter, Pat Craig, Pat Maxwell, Marcielle Shell, Ioan Falkner, Betty Vaughn, Phyllis Berry, Sue Brace, Aletha Reed, Barbara Lesar, and Diana Mariott. Third Row: Miss Looman, Ianice Root, Barbara Bouck, lean Allen, Nancy Crothers, Pat Ryan, Leora Baker, Marlene Mattison, Dorothy Austin, Ioan Kray, Barbara Zoch, Barbara Swaney, Phyllis Anthony, Velma Winslow, lean Allen, Tillie Nielson, Margaret Schenk. Fourth Row: Joyce Mayo, Barbara Blue, Bill Smithson, Ron Kevern, Darryl Bruestle, Don Kevern, Maurice Runyan, Tom Eddy, Leo Larkin, Robert Brown, John Novess, Roy Lin- dahl, Edward Konzer, Ioan Whita.ker, Audrey Stenger, Roberta Shaver, Diana Taig, and Patricia Coss. SHOWBOAT ASSEMBLED CAST "Showboat,' on its second voyage of its short career, docked successfully at the W.T.H.S. pier, Ianuary 14 and 15, Aided by two valuable Co-Captains, Beverly Coopes and Robert Brown, the "Showboat" presented a smash show after landing in a dense fog, tif you don't rememberl. The captains, along with a cast of 80 juniors, presented their acts consisting of the minstrel circle, can-can, melodramas, vocalists, and countless others making a success. The citizens of Waterford, loving entertainment as much as ever, turned out in full force, filling the auditorium both nights. The total attendance for both nights was close to 800 peo ple. Proceeds of both performances hit S250.12. Miss Patty Looman, director, led the "Showboat" cast for the second consecutive year. First Row, Left to Right: Marlene Mattison, Ioan Kray, Della Radenbaugh, Dorothy Austin, Patricia Wood, Harriet Smith, Mary Lou Martin, Carol Hartley. Second Row: Patricia Lawson, john Novess, Iean Allen, Patty Bump, Wayne Johnson, Arlo Flesher, Dick Guerin, Leo Larkin, Charles Kinkle, Beverly Coopes, Bob Brown. Third Row: Norine Goll, Nancy Cooper, Ioyce Mayo, Patricia Coss, Betty Warner, Sue Moore, Barbara Whitehorn, Barbara Turnbull, Maurice Rimyan, Dick Hague, Oscar Wibley, Bud Millmine, Jacqueline McCormick, and Peggy Keasey. SWIMMING lff Splashing happily in the clear blue water, the swimmers of Waterford Township High School learn the "do's and don't's" of that great sport. Cooperation and friendly companion ship helped to make this course an enjoyable one and well worth taking. INNER WILLY P-Q Seen above, in the first production of the year, 'Inner Wi1ly," are from left to right, Bev Coopes as Aunt Louise, Bob Brown as the 'Inner Willy," Bob Webb as Willy and Joyce Mayo as Aunt Hester. 'Inner Willy' was a hilarious comedy in which Wil1y's aunts tried to keep him under their feathers. Willy's conscience, Inner Willy, protested. In the end Willy wins out. ,Q- NEPTUNE'S FESTIVAL Climaxing an eventful year, the senior class presented their annual carnival, 'King Neptune's Festival' on March 5, at W.T.H.S. The chain of events during the evening led to the coronation of the king and queen. For a week preceding the carnival, jars were placed in the corridor, encouraging students to vote for their favorite. The larger net returns from the carnival showed the king and queen contest as high. The total receipts amounted to 3185. The victors in this popularity race were Ioan Kray of the junior class, and Burt Fangel of the senior class. Presenting the I awards in the above picture is Sally Eaton, secretary of the class of '49, and Bob Webb, prexy of the senior class. Some of the reasons for the cash gain of S400 are these: the ship's store, the fish pond, Sambo game, dart and balloon game, bean guessing contest, and the cakewalk. Others were: Fortune telling, fudge sale, galley, house of mystery, and pitching pennies. For the second consecutive year Waterford's residents have turned out to make the annual senior affair a huge success. WA - T0 - HI - SE STAFF The staff of the Wa-To-Hi-Se is, left to right, front row: Jean Allen--Art Editor, Martha Reaves--Third Page Editor, Beverly Coopes--Second Page Editor, Betty Fowler-- Editor-in-chief, Robert Webb--Sports Editor, Peggy Keasey--First Page Editor, Thelma Lewis--Girls' Sports, Floyd Beauchamp. Second row: Ardythe Sutton, Bonnie Graves, Beverly Bugg--Exchange Editor, Norma Geror, Mary Lou Falkner, Barbara Lesar, Charlotte Johnson, Dorothy Mackinder, Miss Day, Jack White--Associate Editor, Kenneth Leslie, Betty Hagerman--Copy Reader, Joan Slygh, Barbara Zoch, Normagean Terry, Ronald Grover--Business Manager. Evelyn Teasley, Lois Ealy, Janelle Anderson, and Marvin Olvin were camera shy. Struggling to meet a deadline, the twenty-five members of the Wa-To-Hi-Se staff managed to issue eighteen editions of the school paper, as well as to study the fundamentals and history of journalism. The paper registered in a big way with the students at W.T.H.S., mainly because of the new method by which it was printed. This method, offset printing, in contrast to last year's mimeographed Wa-To-Hi-Se, was provided by the General Printing and Office Supply Company in Pontiac. In the line of book-work, the class undertook the history of journalism from Caesar's "News-Letters" to the modern "Daily Blast," and also a study of the principles of modern newspaper writing including features, news articles, and editorials. Several outside activities occupied the journalists time, among these being a trip to General Printing, a visit to the University of Michigan on May 13 to attend the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association Conference, and the amiual Journalism Banquet to honor the departing members of the staff. Special features which added to the quality of the paper include the clever art work of lean Allen, 'News in Brief," short items of interest, "Stuff and Nonsense," a humorous group of newsy articles, and 'Bobby B1uengold," a column written by Bob Webb. YEARBUUK STAFF T "--4-:XS fic 1' -re-Q Z You might call this annual staff very liberal. The first day a yearbook was mentioned we decided not to have the customary style carried by most annuals. So, striving for orig- inality, we came up with this casual method of presenting the memorable school days and activities of the past year. This style presents a tabloid review of Waterford's happenings in a novel way. It is the hope of the staff that you enjoy the pictures of school life, personalities, classes, and organizations, along with the presentation of sports, faculty and class pictures. We hope you enjoy the annual as much as we enjoyed getting it ready for you. So from the staff and adviser we would like to say, "Thanks for the cooperation and here's hoping you like the fruit of our laborl' Associate Editor Girls' Sports 10th Grade Editor Copyreader Copyreader 11th Grade Editor Make-up Editor Editor lack White Ronald Grover Barbara Zoch Beverly Bugg Ioan Slygh Ardythe Sutton Bonnie Graves Dorothy Mackinder Business Manager 12th Grade Editor Boys' Sports Feature Editor Photo Editor Art Editor 9th Grade Editor Adviser Miss Florence Day Floyd Beauchamp Martha Reaves Robert Webb Peggy Keasey Thelma Lewis jean Allen Mary Lou Falkner li-- W- .- . A N ki? 5 :'x'??f3T .- , ,. 1 2.3: XR f Q . X .-,' gf' I t 1 'K U ba-l-glib' wry. ' fi'-9,,f,zi1Qf ,:f',f " ' 7,1 " -' 2 g ,cg-,1 V V- . N- '5Z':, . is -1, ' -cffgsg arf: x V UIIUND , , 5 3- iv? - ' -'-fs ,4 x TPI fi ff 3 S75 Q39 VARSITY FUUTBALL The gridders are, left to right, first row: Oscar Wibley, Burt Fangel, Bud Millmine, Dick Guerin, Floyd Beauchamp, A1 Probert, Ed Konzer. Second row: Bruce Anderson, Ioel Englund, Leo Larkin, Tom Eddy, Jack Nelson, Dick Radtke, Dick Campbell, jerry Staley. Third row: Coach Ortiz, Dean Parmenter, Dick Cole, Lynn Wykoff, Bob Brown, Bob Webb, lim Smith, Bill Tomlinson, lim Kephart. The year 1948 was a milestone in the gridiron history of Waterford Township High School. Under the leadership of Mr. Ortiz and Captain Leo Larkin, the team, the "Skippers," felt the thrill of victory for the first time when the Rochester junior varsity team was dumped 7-0. The students' enthusiasm and the attitude of the team showed definite possibilities for future football glory. Waterford Waterford , Waterford , L all The 1948 "Skippers" grid record includes Waterford --St. Michael Waterford - -Bloomfield Waterford Madison Frazer Waterford-- South Lyons Waterford-- 0---Rochester Waterford --Clarkston Cranbrook Bloomfield ' BASEBALL An outstanding individual can do a great deal more toward winning a game in baseball than he can in football. For this reason, Waterford's first horsehide season was much more of a success than its initial grid season 119475. The hardwood boys managed to cop four victories while being handed six de- feats. jack Davidson Cnow of the U.S. Coast Guardl was great in pitching W.T.H.S. to two victories, While bowing in defeat only once. The two wins were against Detroit Country Day 13-0 on one hit, and against Clarkston 14-O without one base knock. However, jack had wonderful support, as can be seen from the scores. The complete 1948 record follows: Waterford Clarkston Waterford---4 - Auburn Hts. Waterford--13 - Country Day Waterford---5 - Log Cabin Waterford Log Cabin Waterford Clarkston 1 Waterford Country Day ,Wren Waterford Auburn Hts. ' if Waterford Big Beaver - V' Waterford Big Beaver X 4, Results of the 1949 season were not A A M, f "f,ah available when the annual went to 1' - - 'f' press. Egg, TRACK Q, v A If I A ,fra -- as he The year 1949 marked the beginning of a new competitive sport at Waterford Township High School. Because of the unlimited opportunities in the track field, nearly everyone who so wished was able to compete in the meets. For this reason, track looks as if it has found a permanent spot at Waterford. As soon as the spring breezes began blowing around W.T.H.S., about forty-five cinder hopefuls turned out for the workouts which included several laps around the football field and a few exercises, such as sit-ups, chin-ups, and push-ups. For the first part of the season, the majority of these work- outs were carried on during physical education classes. After about two weeks of this training hurdles were set up, pits were dug, and tracks were marked off. From then on, work progressed rapidly in all lines. Waterford's track and field team concentrated in ten events: the dashes C100, 200, and 440 yards, 5 mile, and milel, relays, high and low hurdles, shot put, and the high jump. On April 16, the trackmen went to the Yost Field House at P the University of Michigan where Z they participated in the Ann Arbor g Relays. Throughout the season, var """" ious meets were scheduled but results were not known at press time G ff 'Umm 5..- - pg. J a . ' , . 'Z ' A-fiiifr. A 0 s-f ? i'e' .ti S K ..x ' .--.SH no . H fm Q il i A variety of sports and gymnasium activities dominated the boys' physical education classes during the past year. Under the supervision of Mr. Ortiz, the upperclass boys had detailed instruction in the basic principles of a number of the more popular sports. Neither rain nor mud could keep the speedball couriers from carrying the mail as the boys batted the ball and each other around in spite of the weather. Flipping and flopping, the boys underwent a tumbling course as a part of the indoor program. The aches and groans were many, but they learned to tumble. ln spite of its feminine aspects, volleyball was readily accepted by the boys as one of the most popular and interesting sports. UPPERCLASS GYM The basketball program consisted of two versions of the cage game: sideline basket- ball and commando basketball. The former was played by passing the ball to excess play- ers on the side of the court. The latter explains itself. ln the few weeks of cold weather that were experienced by Oakland County, a lot of ice-skating was done on the pond in the woods behind the school. Bill Smithson, below, demonstrates why this appealed to the boys and girls so much. Softball managed to take up the majority of the warm spring weather, as the bats, balls, and gloves were hauled out of the attic for another year of 'the national pastime! ..:..'e- - , f " r -5112-' I I ' . f ' . M ' "1 , 4 dx Q 'SA LIFE snvma 0 Left to right the swimmers above are: First row: Mrs. Isaacson, Dot Mackinder, f Barbara Swaney, Dorothy Austin, Marlene Mattison, and Beverly Peppin. Second row: Iean Allen, Mr. Isaacson, Max Stamp, Harriet Smith, Pat Wood, Barbara Kremlick, Janie Mixter, Sally Eaton, and Kay Leslie. Third row: Tom Eddy, Bud Millmine, Richard Kern, Leo Larkin, Iim Kephart, Iohn Hendry, Chuck Weiler, Ron Councilor, Bob Studt, and Chuck Kinkle. "Now, Leo, you know you know you aren't a good hair-carry victim." 'Try the under water approach." "No, no, straighten your arms." Such were the shouts that echoed around the swimming pool at Pontiac High School, as nearly twenty-five of Waterford's aquatic fa- natics underwent a ten-week Senior Life-Saving course. As instructors, the group had Mr. and Mrs. William Isaacson, and 'Ozzie' Watch- pocket. When the final ripple died out on the last night of instruction, twenty-three of the water- lovers had attained the rank of Senior Life Saver. FRESHMAN FUUTBALL . x N ' mlfii' f vfifpfrlf' 'if V-Q-'Ag.Q',f' 4 X A .cf Q QQ X Q X ' "fi .N . 3FJf-ix'25'?TElEft'b- 'ff 'vu . , Q, X ti X h Q Y, r . ,. .. LM 43, X 1 .1 . ' ,ii xzvjfak, '12 . ,fi gwQ.ii'J"gN" if " f .. w I' . g',:,f'3 .J it ' t ' ihj-3 3' nEy..f- 'f lm 7 . ' 5-' Q 2.2 . s-. '-sf? . . - we . 4- , t y L if " si , mf , " ,. , . 1 1., 4. ,: ' i ' ' .' f .V 3 " is .1 - L- .1-' --sw- , iii' k t'- X Q4 .' Q - Z S , . g el, V. 5 .. .- f.A2:, A :Y ,I J x H .. K '. A.. 'rx I-,J I 5 EN: N, .- : , , 1, A: J, .,,:,.R. N gh, Ax K, .w . . -.if- - .' ' " . .. -" . - ' 3. ' '1'1.Z'. ' ' 1' - -V, ' ,Niki , . 1 A- lieffafff 'L' . 4. , . .,v , , ' ' 1 . f.. ,WFS ' .5 . 'v W' swf- 'gr - .5 Q A - , ,, . ' ,, I .fx , .,:g.f+-3. 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'A A .- af - Left to right, the freshman gridders are: First row: Marty Wilton, Andy Noelle, Gene LeMaster, Stanley Larkin, lim Cuthrell, Cliff Wood, Jay Upham. Second row: Don Card, Bob Turnbull, Marshall Rose, Don Dryden, Wendell Barrett, Henry Lanctot, Walter Brown, Rick Iones. Third row: Larry Faber, Gordon Wigner, jim Jefferies, lim Amos, Darrell Konkle, Ed Amos, Coach Hackett. The freshmen proved again that what they lack in size is made up for in spunk. The "Cabin Boys," as the junior varsity football team was named, managed to cop two wins from a five-game schedule, for a .400 average. The "Cabin Boys' hit pay dirt for the first time as they tripped Bloomfield 14-6, with Iim Amos and Henry Lanctot scoring the points that broke the back of the Bloomfield I.V. In the final game, Jim Amos went across for two more touchdowns as W.T.H.S. dropped Detroit Country Day 14-7 for the second win. FRESHMAN GYM The freshman gym classes passed quickly under the supervision of Mr. Hackett. The underclassmen experienced a number of new activities, including boxing, wrestling, box-hockey, and weight-lifting, in addition to the old stand-bys of basketball, touch football, softball, and speedball. On the left, jim Amos Qrightl sets him- self for a left into the face of Buddy Thomason. In the picture on the right, two of the freshie boys attempt to pin each other, while a third is waiting for the count. Building pyramids in fifth hour gym class is lots of fun for the following girls. Standing on their heads are jackie Baldwin and Barbara Zoch. Sitting are Joyce Mayo, Dorothy Austin, on the bottom is Beverly Coopes. In the background are Mary Lou and Ioann Falkner. "Did anybody lose any shoes?" They might belong to any of these girls. Standing is Dorothy Austin' standing on their partners' knees are Jackie Baldwin and Billie Davis' on their backs are Ioyce Mayo and Beverly Coopes. Q I ojjo , . - x . , .-v.t,,,'. 'oA..:-- , "1 -3..q,.. ...A 9 Snapped while straightening up gym baskets in the stockroom were Mrs. Isaacson and Miss Blair, fresh men gym teacher. The girls who lead cheerlead- ing are pictured above. Starting at the bottom, left to right: 1. McCor- mick, D. Austin, L. Clark, B. Krem- lick, I. Christoson, I. Baldwin, M. Martin, and P. Berry. Going out for softball are B. Turnball, Bev. Pippen, and G. Welsh. S 1. if N I I f kf f .f m E N. I ' '4 " K ' is X R " ,I 6 ,Q I I i a ! ! X B , x ' X X W A if 5, fl CTE! ,-1' X A 'f 1 I . A ,g ---- i + li 1' I r y fx 4 f a + NN A . !l .5 A 07 A 5 is "I Q , -, . 1 A V, J N I, vc' Q , XE V . if :A 4 ',! , 4 X 6' Z- 5 KA q fi X C-I 3,1 KX 4' JB., ,,.Afv-"" Q J bv N TQ? W Q M W . X -QAX 'ib 4 W 'fr ll! 11- -'J J ,f 1' ,I - ,, W -4 J- J A. C l if I X x -1 x ' , X N 1 , j llx, NX XS y X NK ., Z Q" ff . x X . Y X ' X X f ' V ' ' :gif 'f - 5551- Q- r V' V! 'X 1.1,,3,'z- 1 ' :zzz-zf"-I' X I H ll vh ' XA 252211. 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' 1 X V A , 4' ' A V ff U W M , 1 . .O' 0 5 Q Q . , Wsooy ni '1- 4 ,ff-" xp DEH? ,XOHN xt ll W rms by "T I I Q' , I ar ll 1 ' in as Q6 -o-N- G--G JPRNA 5l"hLE B935 YFKE 4 05" JJ- "Lf 0 W ORKER u , n 1'CQNT PQYTTW RENH LP 1 9 il HTF Y! Q , Tai? H DBLE? i,, if f L., r QI! fi, QU , I :...f'-'L gi '3. fi? nu X X Mrk ff X444 " ... -alla-.7 C, P XXI . ' x xg O O ff -' .. LD f V, Q , hd ff I Y , ff faq ff? , f 19 , f X X t ff! W! Q f QQ' V - if-9 A Z!! Q ,ff .ff ' Q. C' MR. SHUNCK ' ' " ' V . ., :ug " ' I ,,.........a..,......, ' -Q. "' 'M' ' " ' 5 . -..-4- --" "" A r N. 1 """' 'SQ -T giqy,-'x.f f. e L IK A--J hm., .. ...-... , ,N -'11-M :I:N:?YQ:i' . ..J ' e ' 1 H l "W " u ' 'Q' , ,Mb Foremost on Waterford Township School's list of administrators is Mr. William Shunck, Superintendent. His resourcefulness and ingenuity have done much for the high school. Aiding him are the six members of the Board of Education: Iayno W. Adams, presi- dentg Marshall Smith, secretary, John O. Radenbaugh, treasurer, Mrs. Helen Vann and Elmer R. Fangboner, trustees. W. T. H. S. :QE 5 e e ff '. i I' 3-'Q' ,,. Fgif- I'y,,, ii ' ,' ' ' . ...aa-fer' ,g fp ml! :fii il I gli' l.lllUi'Lgif1:I.fl.LT-Z 1- - I :Iliff .. f . .III:::fgi!.gi4fii1i:1+iiiE:::sm4:1ill. in ll -in lfl -+ve - .li "'HHuliH lgllrilllilllglllilllFl.lE-.il E-A-il , -e-- -5, -af' ,, E" ' ' ' 9 f "'-'SI'-1 L. ,. " '1f,.--' 'hal ' llif- - ' M- 'A ' w f' Ti: 'fl' . ,. "' 'W'-' f. Lf A -5' -5 1 Y , . 5 4 September 20, 1947, was an eventful day for the occupants of Waterford Township, especially teen-agers. It was on this day that the temporary building was completed. Though filled to capacity, the building was well constructed and it fills the needs of the students as well as possible under the circumstances. tr W sk - .L ,- OFFICE ADMINISTRATION These four people shown above are none other than our beloved office staff. From left to right are Kay Leslie, Principa1's Clerkg Mr. Weaver, Principalg Miss Ieffery, Dean of Students, and Mrs. Bryce, Principa1's Secretary. On the darkest day, the office is lit up by the beaming faces of the office administra- tion. They are always willing and cooperative in help to our students. "I-Iurray" for our office force! CUSTUDIANS .Y -Ggf N 1 'W'- Here are the fellows who do an industrious and efficient job of keeping our high school in tip-top shape. From left to right they are: Ioe Wilkinson, Superintendent of Buildings and Groundsg Fred Mayer, Custodian and Kenny Milleur, Custodian. Mr. Wilkinson is in charge of all business of keeping up the buildings and grounds of Waterford Township Schools. Mr. Milleur and Mr. Mayer are responsible for keeping our building spotless, and credit should be heaped on them for their good work. FACULTY ROW 1 Bertha Bryce--Secretary of Principal Betty Lou Lindsay--Commercial, Bowling Green U., B. S. Suzanne Houghton--English, Central Michigan College, A. B. Elizabeth Avey--Commercial, Hillsdale College, A. B. Edwina Isaacson--Physical Education, Missouri T. C., B. S. Ruth Lyons--Junior Business, Bowling Green U., B. S. Elsie Carter--Social Science, Michigan State Normal, B. A. Row 2 Ray Grambeau--Social Science, Central Michigan College, B. S. Kathleen Leslie--Office Clerk Mary Ann Blair--Physical Education, Speech, Ohio State U., B. S. Lela Ieffery--Dean of Students, Michigan State Normal College, B. S. Patricia Looman--Speech, Drama, Central Michigan College, B. S. Florence Day--Journalism, English, University of Michigan, B. S. in Ed. Helen Bulla--Social Science, Central Michigan College, B. A. Mrs. Barrows--Substitute Donald C. Weaver--Principal, University of Michigan, B. S., M. A. Row 3 Iohn Hackett--Physical Education, Bowling Green U., B. S. R. W. Doeksen--Mathematics, Hope College, B. S. H. S. Ortiz--Physical Education, Ohio State U., B. A., M. A. Hugh Schram--English, Michigan State Normal College, B. A. Lauren Manhart--Biology, Algebra, Math, Bowling Green U., M. A., B. S. Arthur K. Lake--Physics, Biology, Western Michigan College, B. S. William Bawden--Commercial, Co-operative Training, Michigan State College, B. S Frank Garland--Social Science, Michigan State Normal College, B. S. . Q f c 1 KT X ' iii , g Z1 f i M - - f 9 I X i- Q 8 fl f Q ,f ,X 'Q "M" F 2 , J ' M, f 's' ?N if ,ff ,fx f -f Mr of QV, YW Ei? , 5 ' M - ' ff! 5' W 7 up X 6 W' I I X fif MY , f , ff Q , X f 5 iff' f 1 1 if? Wa, gi . Q p ' 7 af f , f QCXIQ' ' ,QQ X4 .Li?f?5.i:,: -ti ' 2Y 'L' fkv , J ' ' 2 FRESHMAN OFFICERS 'B ' f' ' ' 2 5 I iff f f 1, if R ' .... "' . . l ' y B A ia- t 5 .,xg,3- A I ' Xl 7 if "'ff'T'if""'i "" JF 3 N mf K ' MQ, , - Bm X -1 L' K - - -- 1 5 .1 Y " ' ' "Hy 7' ' ' W . l f fifrfh " T ' . ' I A V ii 4 Qi - Officers of the freshman class are as follows: Marshall Rose, president, Jeanne Peck, secretaryg and Buddy Thomason, treasurer. aNo Visitors Allowed," a skit, was given at a freshman assembly November 24. The freshman also had Christmas parties. The highlight of the year was the auction held at W.T.H.S. March 19. Several Wednesday night dances, and a Valentines dance were spon- sored by the graduating class of 1952. The freshman adviser was Betty Lou Lindsay. FRESHMAN CLASS Bottom row, left to right: Gail Pratt, Marjorie Betcher, Iune Lawrence, Faith Kline, Mary Ann Keller. Second row: Barbara Butler, Patricia Gibson, Hazel Lumm, Nancy Wilton, Levillier Purdy. Third row: Florence Riebe, Daniel Carter, Darrel Konkle, William Thomas, Ronald Connole, Mary Ellen Crivea. FRESHMAN CLASS I Row 1, Left to Right: Sharon Cervenka, Elizabeth Omli, Marlene Morin, Ethel Dobson, Marilyn Moore, Alice Carrol, Marjorie Lamby, Mona Holcomb, Janet Johnson, Kay Graves. Row 2: Art Patterson, Shirley Snell, Nancy Mayo, Joan Schmel, Sallie Griesback, Carole Berquist, Evelyn Silliwa, Barbara Piechoweak, Joanne Volchick. Row 3: Tom Studt, Robert Riggins, David Senk, Peter Schunk, Clifford Wood, Jerald Hargraves, Larry Taber, Jerald Sutherland, William Brinker, Stanley Larkin, and Jordan Upham. Row 1, Left to Right: Betty Campbell, Emma Bozer, Martha Foxall, Joann Hag-ue, Evelyn McWist, Sybil Hagle, Margaret Aylsworth, Barbara White, Diane Smithson. Row 2: Merlin Jones, Robert Kelley, Patricia McKim, Marion Gilbert, Janice Blezinski, Mary Lou Madison, Norma Staley, Loretta Baer, Edgar Bauer, Robert Fueller, Rodger Deaver, Douglas Turvey. Row 3: Eugene Lemaster, Andrew Noell, Donald Dryden, Elbert Whittaker, Robert Ewald, Robert Manning, Dale Lane, Donald Helman, Tom Lemaster, Robert Wipple, Walter McCarty FRESHMAN CLASS 'N Row 1, Left to Right: Earla Platz, Vera Shaver, Mary Lou Pelton, Patricia Garner,Geral- dine Fraley, Gertrude Houghton, Kathleen McCartney, Elma Sasser, Iennie Dorey. Row 2: Kenneth Schlucter, Martin Wilton, Ioan Newsome, Lois Ross, Mary Clark, Lucille Rose, Barbara Wood, Richard Smith, Dean Graffmiller. Row 3: Bud Hess, Arthur Garlick, Ioe Strelecki, Ronald Dutcher, Bud Thomason, Gordon Wegnor, Ronald Hargraves, George Scott, Richard Kidd, William Schlunt, Charles Northey. 1 7' 7 Row 1, Left to Right: Donna Wall, Betty Iarrard, Betty Reese, Carol Topham, Consie Bahm, Gertrude Lawrence, Ioelen Hawkins, Lorraine Hebda, Zella Marshall. Row 2: James- McEvers, Ronald Krantz, Ioan Shelton, Bertha Riley, Peggy Teal, Esther Dennison, Barbara Dill, Donna Harkin, Barbara Hess, Shirley Beeler, Richard Cryderman, Howard Girst. Row 3: Richard LeMarbe, Glenn Cobriel, William Ackerman, Richy Holland, Iohn Booz, Tom Cuthrell, Jerald Davidson, Donald Kushion, Iack Hruske, William Quine, Iames Cuthrell, William Shenberger. FRESHMAN CLASS Row 1, Left to Right: Bertram Gorbutt, Fred Hoffman, Delyle Hibbler, Cliff Goodwin, Iames Darling, Russell Bowker, Donald Card, Myron Scafe, James Long. Row 2: Fred Bluch, Jack Logie, James Huntley, Berton Kimball, Duane Field, Wendall Barrett, Vernon Ruffato, Buddy Troy, Richard Zang, Jerald Behrends. Row 3: David Springer, William Pearsall, Paul Sanders, Norman Campbell, Bruce Brown, Charles Anderson, Robert Schultz, Edward Amos, Bert Skelton, Hal Wiggins, Richard Jones. Row 1, Left to Right: Lois Skelton, Barbara Lee, Georgina Mackey, Marietta DeMack, Virginia Hartman, Delores Doyle, Antha Whitehorn, Wanda Collison, Helene Thompson. Row 2: Mary jane Durnbull, Ioan Williams, Verona Adams, Ieanette Miltner, Marjory Ed- wards, Janet Adams, Donna Lamberton, Sally Eggleston, Patricia Bush, Leona Pace. Row 3: Robert Bickford, Clifford Morris, Clair Johnson, Richard Ellis, Robert Stewart, Iames Hudson, Charles Richards, Alonzo Ortwein, Douglas McCarty, and Marshall Rose. SOPHOMORE OFFICERS C 'Q T3 lg K f 2 2 MJ SOPHOMORE OFFICERS The people chosen to lead the sophomore class are as follows, left to right: Thelma Lewis, secretaryg lack Frizzle, presidentg Dixie Keppel, treasurerg and Dean Parmenter, vice-president. Many projects were undertaken for fun as well as to make money. Instead of an ini- tiation they gave a party to welcome the freshmen. They sponsored several Wednesday night dances. Two paper drives netted approximately 3164. They also sold candy, every day in the hall making a substantial profit. Miss Bulla and her proteges have said, jokingly of course, that they may even go on a Mediterranean cruise for their senior trip. v 1 I-- QL' J . 4935 l m i , ,L , - gf 1, A o 3 A ,yt f 1- J , A ' leg 1 '- -, 41 f s Q fi A 157' ,, h ' -'1"0?.'fv5 h ilfi df xx ' 1 'at I amz: ag cs.. 10,0 -1123 Q- ' 9 Im f 4' PA ' 4, f Yi Y 5 'A T A-Q:-' - 41 4 fini' M v A ,' gn iii 5 X X y I N .5 1. H ., J N Rn 3 5 ff K T I ' -112 "" 'i X A :Qi tv -,Q 1, N . 1 ' ' 4. T nt e- f ,Qia n xg' Yi- 'V .signage X c - ,, , 'Te X., T Wi i i' ' ii 1452- 1451- '- F9 m, X Q- as B 4 e t Ha- f Q, QR fs- Af ,qu A-vigg . J Q Q K3 X X! XH' x.f' . -A,-' A y3XY' CEP Q9 . fi? ' 4 V L L 1 3 f ig z '+L ' - X Q 1 E 0' Q M , f QQJ- Q sv J ',,4,' .,,... g. ..-5.--f Yi' '- ,QA - "-s3 'f-..F- if-' .3332 . A ' ,ff-:gr 2 - . , , y ,.,,. . -'V '- .2 11- - ' av., N-. N 'Fas DONATEDBY JACK BENDER III AUGUST 2004 kg QE Oxfjx of SUPHOMURE CLASS -a- AM 1. Row 1, Left to Right: Alma Nichols, Dorothy Pine, Beverly Morey, lean loss, Diana Mar- riott, Ioan Paine, Lucy Powell, Sue Brace. Row 2: Beverly Schlussel, Nancy Upham, Lloyd Mayo, Jim King, Grant Campbell, Rodney Proper, Jerry Rose, Norma Vogel, Kathleen Shields. Row 3: Tom McKinstry, Curtis Neal, Don Kratt, Ed Konzer, Lloyd Gidley, Dean Parmenter, Charles Cordray, Don Kevern, Ron Kevern, Darryle Bruestle, Gene Doolin, Jack Emery. Row 1, Left to Right: Norma Terry, Jackie Wilder, Frances Reaves, Audrey Reynolds, Shirley Taylor, Judy Wood, Rita Seibert, Pat Scafe, Barbara Zoch. Row 2: Susan Weiler, Marilyn Walker, Margaret Schenck, Frances Van!-looser, Nelda White, Pat Ryan, Lucille Thomas, Aletha Reed, Betty Vaughn, Marcielle Shell. Row 3: Donald Zimmerman, Ierry Saincome, Raymond Sink, Richard Radtke, Ioe Secan, Thomas Ragatz, Bud Powers, Louis Rizzolo, Sam Savas, and Floyd Reynolds. SUPHUMDRE CLASS Row 1, Left to Right: Thelma Lewis, Delores Kline, Barbara Lesar, Leila Enders, Maxine Huemiller, Sally Hutchins, Margaret Hepler, Barbara Lowery, Joyce Amos. Row 2: Ioann Falkner, Patsy Boyer, Bernice Howett, Grant Campbell, Ron Bartell, Iim Smith, Edgar Larson, Pat Whitehead, Eva Pace. Row 3: jack Emery, Alton Doud, Paul Ienson, James Helman, jack Frizzle, Mervin Weber, Richard Campbell, Iames Taber, Lea Brown, Kenneth Leslie. Row 1, Left to Right: Billie Davis, Pat Craig, Ruby Fralin, Carol Grace, Barbara Bouck, Francine Brown, Marilyn Chadek, Lois Ealy, Caroline Hunt. Row 2: Phyllis Berry, Nancy Crothers, lean Campbell, Ivonne Hepfner, Barbara Blue, Betty Blair, Norma Geror, Iackie Baldwin, Beverly Bugg. Row 3: Ronald Brown, Sanford Hanggee, James Brace, Bill Carter Steve Huntoon, Robert Chase, Hilding Berquist, James Hruska, Gary Hetherington, Bruce Anderson, and Norman Davis. SOPHDMORE CLASS Row 1, Left to Right: Velma Winslow, Barbara White, Audrey Stenger, Ioan Sanderson, Marjory Edwards, Irene Kirsch. Row 2: Charlotte Taylor, Lynn Wyckoff, Bill Rahja, Ioan Slygh, Ierry La Fay, Loren Bradley, Jim Schenck. Row 3: L. D. Reber, Vernon Verch, Richard Sandberg, Rodney Hoyt, Bob Johnson, Dale Helgemo and Art Ruelle. B T 1.41421 'I' 1- C' Row 1: Virginia Verch, Betty Owen, Betty Clark, Thelma Marshall, Delores Thompson, Peggy Masters, Clara Beatty, Esther Mendez. Row 2: Marylou Field, Haroldean Parks, Lois Striebeck, Eloise Sonnenberg, Marjorie Moore, Beverly Davison, Jeanne Peck, Dan River. Row 3: Fred Goyette, Larry Finkle, Walter Brown, Iames Ieffery, Samuel Lampger Frank Puddy, Iim Amos, Henry Lanctot, Bill Vaughn, Bob Pearson. JUNIOR OFFICERS '42 LY To begin the school year the juniors elected their officers. Seated is president, Leo Larking standing from left to right are: treasurer, Bob Studtg vice-president, Bud Millmineg and secretary, Barbara Neal. The juniors started their activities off with the production of 'Show Boat." It was pre sented on Ianuary 14 and 15. They had a paper and scrap drive to help earn money. February 18 found them sponsoring 'The Sock Hop." Since then, they have had charge of several of the Wednesday night dances. Many of the juniors participated in the production of 'The Inner Willy' which was a success. A donkey ball game was one of the many attractions sponsored by the juniors. Many laughs and falls helped to make fun for the spectators. In the spring they sponsored another big dance with music provided by a colored band. The dance was patterned on a theatrical theme which was very unusual and helped to add to the anticipation and enjoyment of the couples attending. Another important event was the semi-formal Junior-Senior Banquet which took place Iune 3. The class adviser was Robert W. Doeksen. JUNIOR CLASS Immiors are: fRow 1. left to rightl Peggy Keasey, Carole Hoyt, Bette Warner, Harriet Smith, Patricia Wood, Barbara Whitehorn, Leota Kruger. fRow 2, left to right? Gwen Welsh, Wanda Souslin, Roberta Shaver, Ioan Whitaker, Eloyce Persons, Sue Moore, Iearmine Moran. fRow 3, left to rightj Carol Ann Hartley, Barbara Turnbull, Albert Probert, James Teal, Leo Larkin, Jack Bush, Ben Willis, Shirley Morgan. CROW 1, left to rightj M. Iarrard, I. Snyder, I. Root, B. Neal, I. Mayo, C. Larr, C. Thick, H. Shipley, O. Sanders. KRow 2, left to rightl R. Lowrey, 1. McCormick, M. L. Martin, D. Tucker, J. Hendry, C. Weiler, A. Hollibaugh, E. Teasley, M. E. Zettle, M. D. Solomon, P. Jewell. fRow 3, left to rightl M. Stamp, B. Studt, H. Weedon, T. Mackie, K. Wilson, R. Kern, S. Roosa, B. Tomlinson, R. Hunt, E. Whaley, G. Miller, M. Runyan. IUNIUR CLASS CROW 1, left to rightl Patty Bump. Nancy Cooper, Sylvia Garnett, lean Christoson, Dorothy Austin, Beverly Coopes, Beverly Downs, Shirley Hurley, Betty Biron. CRow 25 Norma Welch, Barbara Maink, Doretta Fleming, Ioyce Ebey, Marilyn Graimiller, Norine Goll, Pat Coss, Margaret Henson, Iean Allen, Dawn Coleman, Ianelle Anderson. CRow 33 George Conibear, Iere Anderson, Ronald Councilor, Bob Brown, Ioel England, Ronald Botza, Bob Gratz, Bob Coventry, Sherwood Ebey. Mac Clark, Art Hebda. CRow 1, left to rightj Betty Fowler, Betty Hagerman, Marlene Mattison, Ioan Kray, Della Radenbaugh, Marilyn Shadwell, Helen Roach, Marilyn Hargraves. CROW 25 Bill Smithson, Wayne johnson, Iohn Novess, Kenneth Leece, Pat Atkinson, Roy Lindahl, Jack Nelson. CRow 31 Buddy Millmine, Arlo Flesher, Carl Stitt, Charles Kinkle, Charles Fenski, Jim Kephart, Emery Graham, Dick Hague, Oscar Wibley. xl I X W p p 86 I a X x 1 t I f 'ff"! 9 , O Q A ' ff? ' V' "X aff, 1 S ,zzf J it y o A ' to , 'Af 1 64r . IAA xx vigpf ,lf X' 1 1 Lg ., 'I Y, 'fly V ' 'N' fl f 1. 7 a- A XV If H f a-f-Wife! -E. A K. ,,.. N 'ORS Laurels to the senior class! , We'll miss them when from school they pass. They've shared our joys and sorrows too. They've been real friends to me and you. . And as they take the road of life They'l1 meet with sadness and with strife.q But we believe they'11 pass right through 4 And make their hopes and dreams come v true. Some might be politicians grave, , Others, adventurers so brave, Editors for New York papers, A Contractors for huge skyscrapers - l Doctors, lawyers, dancers, crooners, Dentists, nurses, honeymooners. But whate'er career they choose, We know they'll always win, not lose. They'l1 climb the stairway to success, And attain fame and happiness. They'll make our high school proud to say . T'was here they worked to pave the Way. And as they look back through the years We hope they smile and shed no tears l But cherish tender memories Of all our school activities, N X , . . 1 W A ' t ,- f, , , t uf e ef x fr In l U 5 P ! I 1 "A' '3 " fgfrlfi ll, f-kv X if A I nf Xxx If 1 T 1 0. . Q f ' A Q ,f a . te V -. .i v V - A ' .-,.. -' ll fiky-Eyes -,, ..-mg ag ---- yl M. 1' a . ,, , r N . ' aff GIV, . MOT E . LM N. f -W h ,al 1, vlxi. fllfl, Af L"T"i" " . .1 A- - ,fe , , " - e F X If ,Q J., x f v. 1 Q' 'f' Xa 4! X I J- ' "I"'l Q w.. ' - . . If . LN"x. lll17'Iiu"hl!I I x KN - : N .mn W I" ' . I 5 ,ff x ' c 3 a fl' N 4 ,rl if in ' " " 1. - " 7. 1'it" ' if ' 1 in ' it X-53:-6 "' 1 . 41141 'fx Q 6 Q 1 Nix X . of . . L A. Q vials 2-' ., -E X xlgxlxx 5' e - A' M- r' 1' '.J W" - I N-B-5 -,f .. If '- -EW -, 2. '-.- if e - 1 771 fy e - . 4 g SENIOR OFFICERS ""UOi 5. l Commencing their final year, the seniors elected their leaders in the persons of Robert A. Webb, presidentg Roberta Dean, vice-presidentg fstandingl Sally Eaton, secretary, and Phyllis Brinker, treasurer. Success was the key note of the year as they made and followed through extensive plans for obtaining their ultimate goal ----- Senior Trip. Warming up exercises for the work ahead consisted of the sponsoring of several Wed- nesday night dances at the Community Hall. The dates were january 12 and February 23. March 5 climaxed the long grind for the seniors as they presented Neptune's Festival at the Waterford Township High School. This gala affair offered fun, excitement, prizes, and good times for all. just a few of the events were the cake walk, bean guessing booth, ships store, and puppet show. When the final tabulations were in, the senior treasury had been increased by S425.00. Throughout the year minor projects were carried on. T-shirts and babushkas, fudge sales, and paper drives all brought in their share of the treasured cash. At long last the dream of many was fulfilled when the seniors presented the annual Prom at the Elks Temple on April 22. Bulging over with unchecked anxiety everyone dreamed of that zenith of high school careers. Dancing to the mellow music of Bud Kremer, the girl of your dreams in your arms, and soft lights gently enticing the situation, many seniors caught tears of remorse as they thought that this was their last fling at a successful high school education! As the dramatlsts would say, 'the senior trip was the anti-climax ". Yes! Maybe it was, but the seniors grasped and carefully clung to the memories of that six-day trip, and will forever hold them in their hearts. Many a tear was shed on June 16 in the school auditorium as the seniors received the diplomas that meant the end of four years of blood, sweat, and tears. Fortunately a good deal of the time was spent in social events. Anyway the school year of 1948-1949 proved to be one of the best for all. fs , lk an ,.---qw--V r' X, 6- I lean Allen "Snaky" 'For crumb in the beer' Ever Since Eve Call of the Banshee Last Stop Art Wa-To-Hi-Se '47-'48 Art Wa-To-Hi-Se '48-'49 Life Saving Ir.-Sr. Banquet Senior Trip Committee Carnival '48 and '49 Water Log '48 and '49 ' I i ,' K. .,,,:la Eileen Anthony "I" Carnival '48 and '49 Senior Prom Committee Senior Finance Committee Richard Aubuchon 'Dick' Esther Banghart "Les" "It's just superb' Carnival '48 and '49 Ir.-Sr. Banquet Senior Trip Committee Chorus Highway Heralds-Sec. Treas. Bowling Senior Prom Committee Doris Bannon "Red" "A smile can brighten the whole World' Carnival '49 William Barron 'Willy' "Could be' Sweet Swing Committee Carnival '48 and '49 Pres. Highway Heralds '48 Floyd Beauchamp "Champ "Oh gol1yl" Football '48 Business Manager 'Water- Log' Dramatics Club Wa-To-Hi-Se Staff Phyllis Brinker "Phy1" 'Gadl What a thought' Softball '48 Secretary of G.A.A. Bowling Sr. Class Treasurer '48-'49 Jr.-Sr. Banquet Carnival '48 and '49 Senior Trip Committee Donald Carter 'Don' "Oh, I don't know now' Track '49 Pres. Chess Club '47-'48 Dramatics Club Carnival '48 and '49 Senior Prom Committee Senior Trip Committee Louise Clark "Oh, you kids' Softball '48 Cheerleading '48-'49 Swimming '49 President G.A.A. '47-'48 Carnival '48 and '49 Senior Prom Committee Richard Cole 'Dick' 'Holy Baldy' Football '48 Carnival '48 and '49 Harvey Craft "Pinky" Bowling '48 Baseball '48 and '49 Carnival '48 Mary Crowden 'Mary' "Gee Whiz' Ir.-Sr. Banquet Senior Prom Committee Sweet Swing Committee Carnival '48 and '49 Roberta Dean 'Bobbie' Bowling '48-'49 Student Council '47-'48-'49 Swimming '49 Sec. Bowling League Vice.Pres. Senior Class Carnival '48 and '49 Ir.-Sr. Banquet Senior Trip Committee Chorus '47-'48 G.A.A. '47-'48 Marilyn Doelle "Don't get excited - keep calm' Swimming '49 Carnival '48 and '49 Sally Eaton "Sal" 'Oh crudI" Sec. Dramatics Club '47-'48 Treas. Dramatics Club '49 Sec. Bowling League '48-'49 Sec. Senior Class '49 Sec. Iunior Class '48 Sec. Student Council '47-'48 Softball-Swimming I 5 .W fs 'QT-X 1 I 1 M xg M M 'K W my WL L , 6 4 'V -K 'S . A. " 4 fa Ai , . 41 41' 'Nl I Ioyfully classified by their fellow students as 'Big Wheels' these students stood out in the quar ters of the "W.T.H.S." as they did many things to make the cruise more enjoyable. Thomas Eddy "T.Eddy" "That ain't so purty good Football '48 Dramatics Club Chess Club Swimming Carnival '48 and '49 Track Senior Trip Committee Delores Enders "Dee" "I'll shoot you !' G.A.A. Carnival '48 and '49 Mary Lou Falkner 'Lou' "La de da' Softball Team Carnival '48 and '49 G.A.A. Burt Fangel "Mutt" "De Datsie' Football '48 Bowling League Chess Club Vice-Pres. '47-'48 Student Council '47-'48 Carnival '48 and '49 H Earl Freeman " You stoopl' Bowling League Dramatics '47-'48 Swveet Swing Committee Carnival '48 and '49 Louise A. Grahl "Mickey" "Oh dear' Dramatics '47-'48 Chorus '47-'48 Photography '48-'49 Carnival '48 and '49 Bonnie Graves 'Gravy' "Oh fine' G.A.A. Pep Club Sec. '47-'48 Ir.-Sr. Banquet Carnival '48 and '49 Wa-To-Hi-Se Staff Water-Log Staff Bowling League Cheerleader '47-'48 Ronald B. Grover "R.B." 'Scares me' Pres. Student Council '48-'49 Bus. Man. Wa-To-Hi-Se '47-'48 Vice-Pres. Student Council '48 Assoc. Ed. Water-Log '49 Treasurer Junior Class Dramatics Club '47-'48-'49 Noble H. Heitmeyer 'I don't much care' Norma Hubble 'Normie' "Holy moley' Sweet Swing Committee Carnival '48 and '49 Ir.-Sr. Banquet Senior Prom Committee Betty Hurley "Kitty" 'Sure 'nuff' Carnival '49 Charlotte Iohnson ' "Toddy" 'Oh-h-h" Wa-To-Hi-Se Staff Water-Log Staff Senior Prom Committee Norma Kaiser "Normie 'Holy Cats' Bowling Life Saving Sweet Swing Committee Senior Prom Committee Carnival '48 and '49 Ir.-Sr. Banquet Barbara Keller "Barb" G.A.A. '47-'48 Virginia A. King "Jenny "Drop dead' G.A.A. '47-'48 Chorus Carnival '48 and '49 Ralph W. Long 'Shorty' 'Drop dead' Track '48-'49 Bowling '48-'49 Carnival '49 Barbara Kremlick "Barb" "For Pete's sake' Swimming Softball Dramatics Club '47 -'48-'49 Student Council '48-'49 Chorus Senior Prom Committee Carnival '48 and '49 Sweet Swing Committee Lillian Le Clair "Lil" Dorothy Mackinder "Shorty" "Goody goody gumdrops' Wa-To-Hi-SeStaff Water-Log Staff Carnival '49 Life Saving '48-'49 Bowling '47-'48 Donna Mattingly "Don" 'Gee Whiz' Carnival '49 Sweet Swing Patricia Maxwell "Pat" "Squeeze me?" Varsity Debate '47-'48-'49 Dramatics Club Extempore Speaking '47-'49 Bowling '47 -'48 Ir.-Sr. Banquet Carnival '48 and '49 Senior Trip Committee Pres. Debate Club '47-'48 Jane Mixter "Ianie" "Oh cow I" Life saving '49 Dramatics '47-'48-'49 Senior Trip Committee Senior Prom Committee Last Stop Carnival '48 and '49 Matilda Nielsen 'Tillie' "Oh no 1" Dramatics Club '47-'48-'49 Carnival '48 and '49 Chorus Senior Trip Committee Sweet Swing Committee Ir.-Sr. Banquet Joyce Pammenter 'Ierse' "Holy turnips' Chorus Carnival '48 Senior Prom Committee Ir.-Sr. Banquet Ierald Parks 'Jerry' Carnival '49 Baseball '49 Beverly Peppin "Bev" "Holy cow' Chorus Carnival '48 and '49 Ir.-Sr. Banquet Carnival Queen '48 Arts and Crafts '48 Senior Prom Committee Robert Putman 'Put' "Hoot-Hoot' Carnival '48 Senior Trip Committee Martha Reaves "Marty" 'Boyl You know it." Carnival '48 and '49 Softball Scorekeeper '48 Senior Editor-Water-Log '49 Wa-To-Hi-Se Staff '47-'49 Ir.-Sr. Banquet Senior Trip Committee Sweet Swing Committee Chorus Margaret Reed "Mag" 'You best not' Carnival '48 and '49 Senior Trip Committee Ioyce Richardson 'Honest to pete' Bowling '47-'48 Senior Prom Committee Carnival '48 and '49 Candidate for Queen-Carnival James Richmond 'lim' Senior Trip Committee Carnival '48 William Ryan 'Skinny' Carnival '48 and '49 4 -va wifi' Betty Shaw William Shaw "Bill" jerry Staley 'Howdy bubl' Football '48-'49 Bowling '48 Carnival '49 Ardythe Sutton "Sutt" 'You know it?" Carnival '49 Wa-To-Hi-Se Staff '48 Water-Log Staff '49 '4 Barbara I. Swaney aBarb" Bowling '47-'48-'49 Life Saving Softball team Dramatics Club Last Stog Carnival '49 Ir.-Sr. Banquet Senior Prom Committee Helen Taylor "Stub' Carnival '48 and '49 Chorus' Barbara Terry 'Barb' "Cagey what?" Bowling Treas. G.A.A. Treas. Student Council '47 Carnival '48 and '49 Sweet Swing Committee Ir.-Sr. Banquet Senior Prom Committee Richard Thomas "Dick' Carnival '48 and '49 Senior Prom Committee Marjorie Voelker "Marge" Bowling Swimming G.A.A. Carnival '48 and '49 Senior Prom Committee Ir.-Sr. Banquet Sweet Swing Committee Senior Trip Committee Irene Warden Chorus Highway Heralds G.A.A. Carnival '48 and '49 Senior Trip Committee Senior Prom Committee Bowling Robert A. Webb "Webbers" "Semi-jolly" Football '48 Pres. Senior Class Vice-pres. Dramatics Club Wa-To-Hi-Se Staff Spts. Ed. Water-Log Staff '47 -'48-'49 Ever Since Eve Call of the Banshee Inner Willy Last Stop Bobby Bluengold Senior Trip Committee Play Festival '48-'49 Toastmaster-Iour. Banquet Laurene White "Well, hold your horses' Softball Carnival '48 and '49 Senior Prom Committee Ir.-Sr. Banquet Jack M. White 'Windy' 'Fine' Pres. Junior Class Editor Wa-To-Hi-Se '47-'48 Assoc. Editor Wa-To-Hi-Se'49 Editor Water-Log '49 Sec. Dramatics Club '48-'49 Baseball Team '48-'49 Date With ludy Ever Since Eve Dramatics Club '47-'48 Ir.-Sr. Banquet Chairman Senior Prom Comm. Carnival '48 and '49 Varsity Debate Team '48-'49 Original Oration '49 Sharon Whitehorn 'For cryin' out sideways' Carnival '48 and '49 Ralph Wilcox Wa-To-Hi-Se Staff '47-'48 Bon voyage to you, seniors! Good luck in all you do. Although you'11 not be with us, We'1l all remember you. You'11 travel o'er the wide, wide world Each in his separate sphere, But if you ever should come back, You'll find a welcome here. So, good luck to you, seniors! The time has come to part, And if you gain success and fame, 'Twas here you got your start. --Beverly Coopes SENIOR PROM Several of the couples seen at the annual Senior Prom at the Elks: Temple are pic- tured as they swept around the floor at the gala affair. Left to right, they are: Ioan Slygh and Bob Webb, Sally Eaton and Tom Eddy, Burt Fangel and Phyllis Brinker, Norma Kaiser and Howard Weedon. Marjorie Voelker and Don Carter. 4 ASSEMBLY Mouths open, eyes full!! Thus are described the students of W.T.H.S. as they wit- ness one of the frequent assemblies, humorous or otherwise, that occurred during the school year. These assemblies included everything from campaign speeches to disc-jockey showsg from hill-billy singers to a telephone program. 60 D9NNY sov A 6 Q1 Ak I Q9 fi' vb 1 x Fl N E I - X? 'fav . l'? 52.0 SUN BBTHEP5 J -,lb PL U I-AOIFL QF SEAM Q BL 0 S L A D'S11NCTI0lJ1 SMnL: Rfel PRETTY A MGR? lou I A ns FVER Ven! concu GFRPV BOBBY A' "' Q 4 1 I A 5 Q 'S' rolxlln A ,Q S NX M X X ' X N K MLTUEBLEPHS ggi? N. X 37 N fx .f I' - W 1 fx P ,' ' ft ' " X' . A . , 1 ,. X7 X AMD JBV5 X V LI PTM WN QQ! x ' fi X IIQL-Cx if K.. J il Rf -L X-. X 5-.1 Xx I f V 1, K X 'N K, A f rv ' A L Q -. A! ff 'V AJNAQ G KE? ' ' J 1 mx A R2 fx 3 X his L- .FWF .IA XS K. . W b V 2 yf X ww uf W, Q 3 . 1, A fx . 2 , A: xx' R0 guru' V N I 3 W4 Q 45 CJ! H ' I yi Q : E' U 1 ,P t, y xg. K' . 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