Dearborn High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Dearborn, MI)

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N4 Il ,,' ADMIRING A famlla land mark the Terry Berry bass D presented to the school by the class of 1957 are Sherry Wolfe John Kane and Gaul Freedman Through Years Into School Symbol Dearborn Hnghs new symbol the D and torch flrst appeared on a class rung a few years ago Orlgmally the Dearborn Hugh rmg displayed a picture of the front of the old school bulldung Wath the new school came the necessity for a new rung Because of the modern appearance of the new bunldlng an equally modern rung was desured Fnve student council members met wath representatnves of vanous rung compannes two years before movmg unto the new bulldnng The student body selected the Terry Berry de rung deslgn Before movnng unto the new school the Student Councul suggested a D of the desngn sumllar to that on the rung to be placed somewhere on the grounds It now adorns the buuldlng by hangnng near the south front entrance Tale Ds carryung the same design were later embedded an the halls near the two front entrances Students voted to be gun a tradltlon whnch would forbid anyone from walkmg on them Because of faulty nnstallatuon they were replaced this year by new ones whnch proved to be more durable as well as attractnve Thus was born Dearborn Hugh s symbol the D and torch The torch burns brrghtly an the llves of the student body first begnnmng as a spark but quickly growing unto a bright radtant flame GET THAT CLEAN' sensor Sharon McClellam orders sophomore Mske Beldmg after he broke the tradutuon of not walking on the tlle D ln the front entrance DHS DIPLOMAS dnsplay thus offucrol school seal 11 -" ' - , H 1, . ,, . . ,, ,,. , , u I ' sign of a torch and "D" from several samples as a permanent ,, ,, . . . . 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Mr. Sfephen Vanek pruncupal of nlghl' school coordunafor and conservahon 'reacher Mr. Floyd Haughf socual scuence feacher and Miss Jane Hucks Spanush and German unsrruclor check fheir maulboxes un fhe offuce. clmini tration Y xx A ' I L, W' , ' U ', N I .D E 15 g wif 'M' 'QD 7 19 EEN: EEE S v ""'-in-v--...,., SUPERINTENDENT or schools Mr swan openlandef l00K'NG OVER Q profess-onel mega:-ne are Dr A D uses the dmmphone as one of his dolly dunes Bralnard and Mr H K Bennett assistant superintendents schools by making all rules and regulations nual budget ns the Board of Education Each of the seven Mr Openlander has served un has present ca members as elected for a three year period The pacuty for three years School Board meeting twice o month appoints u Aldlng Superintendent Openlander ere two superintendent levies taxes and approves the budget deputy SUPCYINYSYN-'-l6nfS DI' A D B"0'f10l'd Gnd Mr and spending of money along with performing H K Bennett Mr Bramard has charge of bus: Vg,-,cus Qfher duties ness and finance while Mr Bennett handles lnstruc At the organizational meeting held In June of 'ION 5091 Serve for l0Uf YGGYS each year officers are selected by the group itself Co ordmatlng the entire school system is Mr Stuart L Openlander superintendent of schools Has , duties vary from executing policies of the Board of DEARBORN SCHOOL BOARD James R Ford, vice pres: M Bell, president, Mrs Helen Hackett, treasurer, Dr dent, O E Rusk, Jr, secretary, Robert Dillingham, Ralph GYUYW U MOCKGHZIS, ROQGYE CYCHQ 'l0 ...ring 5 ,A nf use Bi cting as the law-making body for Dearborn Education to preparing and administering the an- : u w n O ssuming responsibility for the smooth running of a large, modern school building is a diffi- cult task Mr Otto H Olsen principal super- vases the work of the entire school Specifically h duties include teacher selection instruction and cum culum development as well as budget and requnsu toons teachers meetings and athletic eligibility Mr Olsen has served as principal of Dearborn High for 23 years Before coming to Dearborn h taught mathematics and science in Reed Cnty Much: gan His degrees include a BA from Central Much: gan College and a Ph M from the University of Was consm Among his favorite hobbies are woodworking hi fn and stereo equipment silver work gardening and playing chess Travels have taken hum to Europe Mr Olsen s son who is 24 years old is a pitcher for the Cleveland Indians farm club Otto H Olsen Principal Form The Nucleus To DHS Learning 'Q SPEAKING AT commencement Mr Otto H Olsen bids PERFORMING SOME of his duties Principal Otto H Olsen f0l'eWell to The 9fUdU0lm9 CIUSS Thls 'S GH eX0mPle of lm works of his desk many tasks as principal ll . . . , , V . , is I . 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I ' ' Admunustrators And Workers Are .ggpqgpsmwwm if Dean Challus utues performed by Assistant Pruncu pal Robert Brazell unclude atten dance hall locker and parkung lot suoervusuon enforcementof school regulatuons and polucues the honor assembly and aduust ment of teacher pupul problems He serves as co sponsor of the Student Councul Mr Brazell came to Dearborn Hugh as assustant pruncupal un the sprung of l958 Prevuously he had taught and coached un Yale Muchugan and at Fordson Hugh School where ue also served as chaurman of the socual studues department and faculty ad vuser for sports Although presently workung for a doctor ate at the Unuversuty of Muchugan Mr Bra zell has earned a bachelors degree at Muchugan State Unuversuty and a masters un educatuon at the Unuversuty of Muchugan Sports are the maun hobby of Mr Bra zell He has three chuldren a set of gurl twuns three years old and a boy fuve 'Q'-vnv....,,,M ssustant Pruncupal Dean Challus takes charge of schedules enrollment test ung programs honor roll cuvul defense and general buuldung and cafeterua super vusuon He sponsors the Student Councul and the Supreme Court Mr Challus has spent 25 years at Dear born Hugh beung un charge of attendance untul last sprung He began teachung Trenton then moved to Dearborn Hugh where he taught general scuence chemustry and physucs He receuved a bachelors de gree from Eastern Muchugan and hus mas ters degree at the Unuversuty of Muchugan Photography playung the cornet cars raduo and electronucs water sports stocks all are hobbues whuch full Mr Challus ex tra hours He has one daughter Ruth Ann who us a freshman at Muchugan State Unu versuty 12 Robert Brazell I I if l .ll - K A I K y- . 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G ll ' W xv r , 2 , , u ,S l ' - . fr' I ' - 1 ' .- , . . . . 1 - 1 Responsible For School's Smooth Running ,An IRENE WANDA LELA BROWN HISALA HOFFMAN CUSTODIANS FRONT ROW Joe Zlellnskl Mary Peglow sku Woodrow Templeton ROW TWO Donald Parson John Ryszpak ROW THREE Ron Bushert Edna Trombetta Frances Prehm Julrus Gantz BACK ROW George Sparks Anna Balela Keith Palmer Robert LeFerve COOKS FRONT ROW Carollne Coveney Della Stauda cher Vrrgmra Baratta Helen Lyle BACK ROW Irene Kuner Vlrglma Mertz Maxme Anderson Mane Kugath Loretta Monos GERALDINE CLARA GERALDINE MORAWA PUTZIG SENG n a kitchen of grant applrances the ten woman kltchen crew headed by Manager Irene Klner Head Cook Vsrguma Baratta and Pastry Cook Bertha Gulbert prepare dauly lunches The 1440 mulk cartons ordered danly gave an adea of the large quontuty of food ordered and handled by the cooks Preparmg the homeroom bulletm sellung school supplles and fnlnng report cards and student sched ules are only a few of the dutnes performed by the sux offuce secretarres Each has her own desk and dutles rn the mam offnce General operatnon of the school bunldmg mclud mg cleamng heatmg and ventulatung constutute the duties of the custodians headed by Mr Woodrow Templeton head engnneer and Mr Ganse mght enguneer The workers come nn two shifts one un the mormng and one after school X ..r,. ff - 4. 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'- , , ' I ' I , , ' hw ff...Q V W -mee - , - w Q , H X ' 'B i Q 13 ISABEL JOHNSON Engllsh BA Northern Muchugan MA U of Mschvgan Englush BA Western Mschugan CAROl.YN MOON English BA Wesleyan College ELIZABETH MORRISON English BA U of Muchugan FERNE ANDERSON JOHN ERRANTE JAMES GALLAGHER English English Engllsh BA Alma College BS Eastern Muchngan BS U of Scranton MA U of Mnchngan MA U of Muchlgan Students Acquure Knowledge n order to become an edu cated person one must be able to speak wrute and un derstand hus own language or thus reason three years of Englnsh are requnred at Dearborn Hugh Basuc to the curnculum are gram mar Interature and composmon Several electlves are also offered whnch Include publuc spealung play productlon lournalusm and buss ness English Several Englosh teachers organ nzed a lnerary group for sensors to prepare them for college lntera ture courses Mrs Elizabeth Morru son Mr John Errante and M Tom Quinn head the sponsors A rapud readung course was also offered before school for those who desured nt Headmg the Fnghsh department us Mrs Isabel Johnson MEMBERS OF the hterory apprecuatuon group are dlscusslng a modern ploy They also refer to a Greek tragedy 'I4 E U A 3 W o ' , ' , . r. MARGARET HESS , , I L1 ' 1 NICK PAPPAS FRANK SUDA THOMAS QUWN English English E"'Ql'5h BA Wayne State Umv BM U of Mlchrgan of lllm MM U of M,cl-H905 MA Washington State College From Engllsh Department MRS ISABEL Johnson gsves specnal Instructions to Joy Conwell and Sue Cook for sensor Engllsh SHIRLEY WILLIAMSON Englush BA Wllllam Smuth College DOROTHY WOLFE Englush BS Bowlmg Creen State Umv MA U of Mlchlgan 'H an RUTH ROGERS Librarian BA U of Mnchlgcn MA U of Muchugan lf? NEVA WHIPPLE STUDENTS ENJOY the faculmes of thelr modern llbrary lfbfufm 'l5 BS Eastern Mlchrgan MA U of Mnchngan L wg, "' , fl , Q ff' if 4. ,evt 2 ' X if iq o ft - 0 .. A " s.s.u, 'ois -- H ' O 'S I ' I R' f . . - If f. I i 4 A' FLOYD HAIGHT Social Science B.A. Western Michigan M.A. U, at Michigan Social Science Students Study MRS. HELEN Burich shows Bill Ruh, Rick Hagelthron, Ted Kelly and Sally Hallen a map of the United States during American history, 'SNS HELEN BURICH Social Science B.S. Northwestern Univ. N.. 1, M,A. Northwestern Univ. K X L ETHEL GRAFTON Social Science B.A. Western Michigan ANSWERING QUESTIONS for his American history class is Mr, Dill King. fi.. W' ' 5 .wr istory, civics, psychology, sociology, family living - all are classes offered through the social science department, headed by Mr. Floyd Haight. Filling out income tax returns, investing imaginary money in the stock market and taking a trip to Wayne County General Hospital dis- play a sample of the various ways of study- ing social science. Q s X 3 LIONEL GUREGIAN Social Science B.A. Michigan State Normal M.Ed. Michigan State Univ. Q ROSETHEL HOWE Social Science B.A. Michigan State Univ M,Ed. Wayne State Univ. History, Government, And Human Mind With the new curriculum in effect, tenth grade students receive their first taste of American history along with the world his' tory which was originally given alone in that year. Family living was introduced for the first time this year. lt is a class dealing with the problems that must be faced after graduaton and is offered to seniors only. EDWARD KUDREIKO Social Science B.A. U. of Michigan M.A. U. of Michigan Dll.l KING Social Science B.S. Eastern Michigan stand EDWARD LANZI Social Science Ed. U. of Toledo MRS. LOIS Wagner uses a chart to help her students better under- their history. LOIS WAGNER Social Science 8.5. Lock Haven State College M.A. U. of New Mexico PALUL WINSLOW Social Science B.Ed. U. of Toledo HOLDING THE attention of her world history class, Jean MacDonald displays a figurine she constructed. New Science Program Promotes Interest RUSSELL GWINNELL Chemlstry BA Eastern Muchlgan MA U of Mrchrgan KENNETH GRAVES Physrcs MR BERNARD Moshel demonstrates an expert , W B5 Bowlmg Green Smle Umv ment to one of hrs physics classes ERDINE BAUMANN Biology BS Central Mlchngan MS U of Chicago HARRY DUKE Buology BS Western Machlgan MA U of Mrchngan JANICE BIGGERSTAFF Physics and Brology BA Baylor Unlv Stephen Austun State College 18 AN ARC of statnc electncrty generated by a physncs machme ns observed by David Woodburn Mr Kenneth Graves Sam Vassnu and Nancy Spodeck . Vs if DA 1 '?:,g V: A . 'P' . ff' . . ,f .r A M.A. ' sa, In Physics, Chemistry, And Biology JENNlE Kl.lMOVlCl'l Chemistry BS Albion College MS U of Michigan E BERNARD MOSHEL Science and Photography BA U of lllmols MARY OLSEN Science BS U of Minnesota MA U of Michigan n order to provide students with a broader education in science one semester of each of the three basic classes-biology chemistry and physics--is required under the new curriculum. Continuation ot one ot the three classes is necessary for graduation. Optional classes are conservation and photography. Those with an exceptional interest and ability in chemistry or physics may ioin the Atomic Science Club. It is sponsored by the science teachers to carry the subiects beyond the class periods. Mr. Richard Welch, Mr. Russell Gwinnell and Mr. Kenneth Graves sponsor the club. 'I9 RICHARD WELCH Chemistry and Physics BA Hope College M.A. Western Michigan STEPHEN VANEK Co-ordinator Conservation B.S. Stout College Or Work Students Destined For College I' 'i ' 2 4 A R DONALD MARSHALL R03ER1' BRIDGES Mathematics Mathematics B.A. Michigan State Normal 55. Eastern Michigan M.S. U. of Michi gan ,avr 'N YELDON LOSSING HAROLD MANLEY Mathematics Mathematics B.A. Eastern Michigan B.A. Eastern Michigan M.Ed. Wayne State Univ. M.A. U. of Michigan HELPING Mr. proiects from I Leith Wetzel hang solid geometry the light fixture is Sue Sautter. ,V E5 5 is .1 A CORNELL GUTH GORDON KEYSER Mathematics Mathematics B.A. Michigan State Normal B.S. U. of Michigan M,A. U. of Michigan M.Ed. Wa ne State Univ . . 'N , 1 sl . b, X . V 3 e l f A . VICTOR PEARSON LEITH WETZEL Mathematics Mathematics B.A. Eastern Michigan B.S. Western Michigan M.A. Wayne State Univ. M.A. Western Michigan tudents may select courses in mathematics from four semesters of algebra, plane geometry l and Il, solid geometry, trigonometry and sen- ior math. These classes help train students for college and the business world. lf! Mr. Donald Marshall is head of this department. Wing!! MR. GORDON Keyser shows Bob Sigler how to prove a plane geometry problem. 20 Profit By Math, Commercial Departments OPERATING A GESTETNER Judy Rychllckt and Shetla Cslzmansky practice runnmg off business letters under the watchful eye of Mlss Jean Truckenmtller nn offlce machmes ustness educatton ts an tmportant department for those who dont plan to attend college as well as for those who do All classes whtch tn clude bookkeepmg record keeping typmg personal typtng shorthand offuce machtnes and retatltng are electtve Mrs Mary Hatght leads the department 'N ANNE KOPP Bustness Educataon JOSEPHINE ROGERS Busuness Educatton BS Eastern Mlchlgan BS Mnchtgan State Normal MA U of Mtchngan RECEIVING THE CENTER of attentton Ann Brtllhart shows her desugn of o Tow Ban wtndow dtsplay to Mr Leroy Knuth MARY HAIGHT Bustness Educatlon BA U of Mtchtgan U of Mtchtgan .0 1 SUSIE SCHADE Busnness Educatlon BS Sprungfueld State College LEROY KNUTH Bustness Education BS Western Muchtgan nclugon JEAN TRUCKENMI LLER Busmess Educatton BS Western Muchlgan MA U of Floncla MA. . ' ' Mfs. M- ' 21 2 A ft Q JANN ANDERSON MARGARET WILSON RANALD BECKER Homemaking Homemaking Machine Shop B.S. Iowa State College B.S. E FRANK DAVIES Print Shop astern Michigan B.S. Wayne State Univ. B.A. Ill' ' W rnors esleyan Univ MA U of Michigan Students Apply Talent, Learn Appreciation WELDING A plece of metal Vernon Trburzi works under the supervrsron of Mr James Gamboe in auto shop oys and gurls are offered separate classes pertinent to their futures through the Industrial and homemak mg departments bath located rn the E wing Classes for boys an the industrial depart ment include auto electric machine print and wood shops as well as architectural and mechanical drawing Mr Robert Suda heads this department Grrls may prepare for their futures through classes in cooking and sewing A Easter bonnet a fall floral display or a new sweater may be the product of a gurls ar trstic and homemakung abrlrty as displayed rn home crafts class which is rn thus department All classes also offered are elective Miss Margaret Wilson homemakrng teacher sponsors the Future Cub Homemakers 5 unso- .4 JAMES GAMBOE JOHN PELONG ROBERT SUDA Auto Sho BS Western Michigan BS W p Elecgromcs Mechanical Drawing and Woodshop esyem M,Ch,gan BS Wayne State Unrv MEd Wayne State Univ 22 I I . 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J 'l I ANTHONY RUSSO W DUANE SMITH DON CRINER LILLIAN WOLOCK Instrumental Musuc Vocal Musnc BA Wayne State Umv BA Oberlin College BA Albl0f1 BA WC'Yne 57'-'fe UNIV MA Wayne State Umv MEd Wayne Sww Umv M FA Cranbrook Academy of Ar Of Arts Through Varlety Of Electives A ai y presentmg varuous muslcal programs T throughout the year the music de partment affects every person attend mg DHS whether they partlclpate or lust relax and enloy the presentotuons For those wnth musucol abnluty a band orchestra glee club and choir are avaulable Pupuls wsth artustlc ablllty can choose from such classes as art ceramucs commer clal art and lewelry and metalcraft Thelr efforts are sent an to be ludged and many recenve scholastuc art awards Mr Don Crlner sponsors the Flre Arts Club Four foreugn languages are offered to any student who wlshes to take advantage of them They mclude French German Latm and Spanlsh There are clubs for stu dents of each language where members may further their knowledge of the coun trues and languages Mlss Jane Hrcks spon sors German Club Mrs Maldred Koch spon sors Latm Club Mrs Manan vanOssenbrug gen heads French Club and Mrs Judy MR ANTHONY Russo conducts the band durmg practuce lbrahum sponsors Spamsh Club 'Wu -1 JANE l'llCK5 JUDY IBRAHIM MILDRED KOCH MARION VonOSSENBRUGGEN Language Language Language Language BA U of Mnchlgan BA U of Mnchlgan BA Eastern Mnchugan BA Smuth College MA U of Mlchlgan MA U of Muchlgan MA Wayne State Umv 23 . 4 ' 4 f y ig A 5 I , ,, .6 I K ' ' - An An I D I . I. A . . . . . ' .- - . 1 I O itil, . . . szxiy . v F' ' I s , . , 5 E if T3 fu Y , CARL FLEGLE Physical Education B.S. Bowling Green Univ. ,Q MARION RUSSELL Physical Education B.S. Eastern Michigan CHALMER YOUNGS Driver Education B.S. Eastern Michigan M.A. U. of Michigan Various Departments Boost JACK JOHNSON FRANK NAVARRE HERB SCHROETER Physical Education Physical Education Pl1YSiCf1l EdUC0'i0" B.S. Eastern Michigan B.A. Alma College 35- MiCl"590"1 5'0'C Unit' M.S. U. of Illinois PHYLLIS SAVAGE Physical Education B.S. Eastern Michigan trong bodies are important to learning. The physical education department, required in all three years of high school under the new cur- riculum, helps develop these healthy bodies. Boys' and girls' gym and swimming classes compose the program. Driver education is now required of all students in Michigan. Dearborn High, combining class work with practical road work, trains its students to be capable drivers, so they may add to the safety of Michigan's highways. LILLIAN WALKER HAROLD NELSON Physical Education Driver Education B.S. Eastern Michigan B.S. Eastern Michigan I' M.A. U. of Michigan MRS. MARION Russell supervises her swimming class while Sue Hyde looks on. STUDENTS PRACTICE driving skills on the modern driver training area. Health, Iron Out Problems lanning schedules, discussing personal problems with students, teaching group guidance, securing college, vocational and scholarship information-all are part of a counselor's day. Spec- ial training and tive years of teaching, as well as a degree in the field of education with a major in guidance, are required before one can become a counselor. Mrs. Joan Ewing, school nurse, is a registered nurse with a bachelor of science in nursing and a certificate in public health. Her many duties include everything from informing and counseling students with health problems to using first aid and sponsoring the Future Nurses Club. She performs her duties at Adams Junior High two days each week. Mrs. Ewing, now in her first year at DHS, has previously served as a public health nurse for the City of Dear- f bom. ibn REX ANDERSON , ' 'V Counselor '1 'N B.A. Alma College ' 7" MA of Michigan 'I "" . E or .22 LORRAINE BEEBE GENE CUNNINGHAM Counselor Special Education B.S. Western Michigan M.A. 'Wayne State Univ. Q . ..f- .. Q ,J GAROLD HAMILTON Counselor B.A. U. of Michigan M.A. U. of Michigan B.A. Wayne State Univ. M.Ed. Wayne State Univ. FRANK MclNTYRE Counselor B.S. Eastern Michigan M.Ed. Wayne State Univ. l' GIVING TONY Smakovitz instructions for taking an ear test is Mrs. Joan Ewing. Enabling students to lead a fuller life were four teachers in the special service department-two visiting teachers, a speech correctionist and a spe- cal preparation teacher. YETIEVE GULDNER Counselor Counselo, B.S. U. of Kansas B.A' Alma M.A. Michigan State Univ. LOUISE HAINLINE ti 4.-N """ ' xx 4 A l JOAN EWING GEORGE GAFFKE Nurse Speech Correction R.N. Providence Hospital B.A. W M' h' B.S. U. of Minnesota eslem 'C 'gan Y .1 9l1I0l' Burnung brlgh+ly m +he semor year +he forch of knowledge glows In each unduvudual I+ does noi' sfop wn+h graduahon buf burns wrlh a brughfer flame as each person goes hrs separafe way eufher +o college 'ro a 'ob or m+o +he armed forces Sensors have profded by fhenr many mus+alces as fhe flame un +heur early years and +hey have seen 1+ bursf un+o a msgh'ry forch Theur educahon has been sufflcuenfly comple+ed +o enable +hem +o sfep ou? Info +he busy world alone and noi' have lhenr lugh+s go ouf Mary Schmud+ and John Sco++ exchange semor plcfures as do all ofher s+uden+s nn +helr lasl' year H' as only one of fhe pleasures whuch comes wu+h becoming a semor 26 U underclassmen. They experienced +he ignifing of "nu 'V ah? ,XM Y Rx .ITT 4? Ti' 5 JP' 2-fb 5 WW ami, f ,af ,f 'UM January Sensor Councll PAT WYKA President CAROL SUPERKO CAROL BRUMO Vlce presldent Secretary CAROL ARPI Treasurer Class progects were decuded upon by the Sensor Councul at their regular Tuesday mormng meetmgs Presudent Pat Wyka presuded over the meetings whsle the officuol record of all decusuons was kept by Secretary Carol Brumo Vlce Presldent Carol Superko assusted the presndent All In commg and out gomg money went through the hands of Carol Arpn treasurer Other council members were chosen from homerooms at the be gnnnmg of thenr semor year un January 1958 Sponsormg the group was Mr John Errante Under the council s supervuslon bnght orange and black pennants were sold to the student body Among other actavmes was a semor play day un the gym SENIOR COUNCIL Carol Superko, Carol Arpl, John Scott, Pat Wyka, Carol Brumo, Judy Haefele, Sally Menge 28 Q O ha ,A A , - I 0 . I ' ' , . . . ., .. . 1 ... U . H. Although few in number, the january class. . CAROL ARPI SHARON ASMUS MICHAEL BAAD GAA YTeens Atomnc Scnence Club Dramatucs Club Booster Club Student Council Sensor Class Treas Intramurals Cholr Sensor Councnl Tenms LABORATORY WORK puts the written word of chemustry mto practnce PATRICIA BECK RODGER BENDER PETER BERE YTeens B Certlflcate Y it eo- ELAINE BOHNSACK CATHERINE BROWNELL CAROL BRUMO SHIRLEY CANELL JANICE CHERUP FHA Natl Honor Soc Sensor Class Vlce pres Choir B Cemflcqfe B Cernhcqte Atomic Science Club YTeens OBSERVER Asst Editor Certificate Intramurals Dramatacs Club GAA B CGYIIIICOIG YTeens 29 H ,I - - 44 V 1' ' L. 4. W A ' -1. V ' lk 'Q .. I 9- - 3 I 4 12,-A ' WL I ' - - ' n 11 - - H H . . . . , . HBH - - . H H . - parhclpates tn extracurricular achvthes gf Y'-r OTTO DePAULlS DAVID DOWNS Reserve Baseball Reserve Basketball Reserve Cross Country WALTER DUBICKI football Co Captatn Swtmmtng Track Jarsuty Club Treas T NANCY ENGEL NORMA FELL DIANE FLEMING Y Teens Cholr Y Teens Hall Monttor Atomnc Sctence Club Jr Achtevement B Certtfrcate Natl Honor Soc GRADUATING SENIORS ltsten attentlvely as Mr McCamn of Henry Ford Communtty College answers questtons concernmg tumor col lege 30 NANCY ELLIOTT YTeens Intramurals Booster Club 55" BRUCE FORD Varstty Club Atomlc Science Club Natl Honor Soc Got JUDY HAEFELE Cheerleadtng Co capt Student Councll Sensor Councll Nat'l Honor Soc LINDA ELLSTROM YTeens Intramurals Thesplan Review Booster Club DICK GLOMB BARBARA HAMMOND YTeens FTA Sec "B" Certlftcate Coop Tratnmg 5 , 5 H ll . . , , HI . . I I I U fr- ' 65 6 They serve on the Student Council, JOHN HARLEY Natl Honor Soc Football Track Co captam Varsity Club JOSEPH LUMETTA Football Basketball Varsuty Club Co op Trammg LOIS MARTIN Thesplans Amer Field Servnce Natl Honor Soc OBSERVER Page Edltor NANCY HERDZIK SALLY KENDALL BARBARA MALINAK FNC A JOHN MASURA Cross Country B Certnflcate Jr Achlevement Spanish Clu AL MANZAGOL GARY McCAR8ERY Cross Country B Certlflcate 31 i STUDENT COUNCIL member Mnke Baad prepares to deliver a basket to a needy farmly at Chnstmastlme SHARON McCLELLAN Student Council Spamsh Club Vnce pres Y Teens Natl Honor Soc SALLY MENGE Student Councsl GAA Pres Sensor Councll Assemblles Comm ,R 4 A V , K A lm A f al K tml RM FT F my L55 'S' 4 ' V wt , s, belong JANIS MORTON Cholr its JANET PETERSON Student Councnl B Certificate YTeens Intramurals BARBARA SALE B Certlflcate YTeens Spanish Club Hall Monltor TOM MYALL Football Swnmmmg Varsnty Club Semor Council CHUCK RISDON Swlmmmg JUDY SAUER FHA A Jr Achuevement B Certnfncate many clubs, and provlde Concluclnng thelr hugh school career the Janu ary graduates may readuly recall trymg to get to the far away class before the last dong of the bell or sellnng those DHS pennants to all of the student body Enloymg a boat trnp to Mackmac Island and goth ermg together In a Semor Play Day at the gym may easnly stand out an thenr memones Graduahon exer cases an the DHS audntonum and the prom at Lovett Hall brought to a close the class actuvntres of the 1959 .lanuary graduates JULEEN ROFFINA YTeens B Certafncate Jr Achnevement Hall Momtor DON SCOTT 32 MURIEL RUTILA YTeens Spamsh Club FNC Pres 81 Sec Natl Honor Soc JOHN SCOTT Natl Honor Soc At Sc: Club Vp 8. Treas Track Manager Cross Country Manager WALTER SACHARCZYK Reserve Football MARGARET SHERIDAN Spanish Club F A Co op Trarmng B Certrfvcate O O I O y . . . i I D Q . ll ll X . . . . ' . - S J A " A H ,, . . H II ' - -. 1- -I 4-flu 1 ' is ,, ,, . . , 1 . - FT . '. A . . T leadership un school life Their four years WHO CAN COME to hugh school without ever missing a clay? The answer to this question IS found rn Salusbury Award Winner Murlal Ruftlla who receives her cetrlfacate from Mr Robert Brazell assistant principal at the Janu ary honors assembly HCV' MARY TITLEY HARRY TREVlTHICK Y-Teens Booster Club JUDY SMITH GAA Band Jr Achievement B Certificate JOLAN STEFFLER YTeens Booster Club 'D CAROL SUPERKO Y Teens Junior Class Sec Senior Class Sec Hall Monitor LS. WALTER SWEITZER Supreme Court Varsity Club Pres Natl Honor Soc Baseball Captain PAUL THOMAS VERNON TlBURZl Co op Training Co op Training A WALTER TRILL EDWARD VanDYKE -0-op Training Track, 33 Co-op Training JERRY WARREN Bond . . . are topped off by MARJORIE WHITE PAT WYKA French Club Cross Country Co-captain FTA Baseball Band Basketball "B" Certificate Senior Class Pres. SEK ?f sz SUZANNE ZVOCH "B" Certificate Y-Teens Student Council Sec. Co-op Training lx 'S ?m iii! UPON THE REQUEST of a graduating senior, Mr. Robert Brazell, assistant principal, composed an original poem, dedicated to and written especially for the January class of '59. honors assembly Not Pictured WILLIAM BAILLIE THE TINY CLASS WITH CLASS By Robert Brazell From A to Z, from Asmus to Zvoch, We're a mighty good class you'll want to watch, Though few in number we'll hit the headlines, Better not look for us in bread-lines. We're almost ready to call a halt To all these honors for John and Walt. Class officer? Me? - I was over a barrel - My folks forgot to name me Carol. Three Carols as officers, can you beat that, With a horn tooting "Prez" who answers to Pat. Now what the heck can you rhyme with Wyka Unless maybe that Russian dog, "Lyka." Enough of this talk about outer space, Let's worry about the human race. College'll be hard enough for us Without men from Mars and all that fuss. Class of '59,come down to earth Let's show these folks just what we're worth. No matter where on earth we travel, Our motto is Have leaders,will gavel. Just look us over each lad and lass 'Cause we're the Tiny Class with Class. BETWEEN COMMENCEMENT speeches, entertainment was provided by the choir on stage and the band on the main floor. 34 gracluahon and the senior GRADUATING SENIORS process mto DHS audntorgum begmnmg commencement excercrses prom SENIOR CLASS Presldent Pat Wyka nntroduces other ALONG WITH her diploma, Barbara Sale receuves congratulatlons from Mr Robert Brazell, assistant pnncupol sensor speakers at commencement COMPOSING THE sensor prom court are Carol Arpt, Janet Peterson, Queen Carol Brumo, Carol Superko and Juleen Roffrna Behlnd them are John Harley, Joe Lumetta, Kang Walt Sweltzer, Pat Wyka and John Scott 35 o o 0 A ' l if 3 2 5' 1 5 ,, I lf , 4 .I ' J st' 237 I . Q . L . 6 L June Semor Councul m uf JIM RAGLAND JAMES BALDWIN Pregldenf VICE pl'8Sldehf MARY SCHMIDT JOAN NORRIS Seqrefqry Treasurer Meetnng every Tuesday mormng before school the June Semor Council stopped their chatter ancl started un on the week s business under the dnrectuon of President Jlm Ragland Assnstmg hum was Vuce Presndent Jum Baldwun Mary Schmndt secretary re corded the weekly sessions as Treasurer Joan Norrrs kept track of the money As a class prolect the Semor Council supervusecl the sellmg of book covers Also the councul held the final declslon In choosmg the class song and colors SENIOR COUNCIL FRONT Row Joan Norm, .hm Ragland, J-m Baldwm, Mary Schm-df BACK Row Werner Lehmann, Kathy Hermg, Kendra Van Scuever, Art Quanfe, Lmda Thomas, GOVY Columbus, John Eccleslon 36 . O L ' Q. '. ' I T of ,' 1 4 I . . . I . . I ' I Burnmg brlghtly ln the senlor year, DEANNA ACE Thesplans TA Spamsh Club Choir JACK BAKER Football KAREN BARTELL Booster Club Sec YTeens French Club "B" Certlflcatn MELINDA ADAMS YTeens rrench Club Thesplans Booster Club JIM BALDWIN HI Y Basketball Captaln Senior Class Vlce pres B Certnfncate RON BECHI LL Jr Achvevement SHARON ALLEN Booster C ub FNC YTeens op Tralmng if xx.. DAVID ANGER Swimming THOMAS ARNOLD B Cemfucate Gefmfln Club Stamp 81 Conn Club Treas Band KEN BALDWIN KEN BANK TED BARNES Coop Trolnmg Bowling Swlmmlng Coeop Trammg Track COMPLETING HIS formal anltlatlon Into National Honor Socrety, Jlm Knappenberger sugns the scroll that all Dear born Hugh Nataonal Honor Society members have sugned for the past 31 years, as other new members awant thenr turn 37 0 0 g , I I O WZ? VV . A ,if H Lf, I af . f 3' ff ,f v I ' - l . . ,, ,, . . F - - , ' Co- - . . I I v avg sr A , AAt,r A I Ju . in each . . . the torch of knowledge glows EDWARD 35534553 WILLIAM BECKER Football Mgr. M, CHUCK BERGER Record Review "B" Certificate Stamp 8 Coin Club Choir NANCY BRESCOE Booster Club FHA ROGER BEGIN LINDA BENN BOB BERFORD Truck Nat'l Honor Soc. Co-op Training Thespians Booster Club Sec. PIONEER Staff DONNA BLANCHARD RON BLOOMFIELD PATRICIA BLOUSE BETTY BOOTH TI-iegpiqns Homecoming Queen GAA TYSGS- Y.Teen5 Meiorene Y'Teeris gpongsi, Qiub GAA Booster Club "B" Certificate J' JEAN BRUSH Latin Club Y'Teens FNC "B" Certificate Student Council Sec. FHA COW- 565- As a class proiect, the June graduates sold book covers and refreshments at the varsity games, as sen- ior classes had done in previous years. Reversing the traditional order, senior girls took their dates to the sponge dance, "Autumn Nocturne." In February the class showed their damatic abilities by presenting the comedy, "Down to Earth." Class activities were climaxed by the honors assembly in the school audi- torium, graduation exercises on the school football field and the Senior Prom at Lovett Hall. 38 Rf individual. It does KATHY BURNS Jr. Achievement lg V' 've' f DOUG CADDY Football Student Council l"H-, FRANCEIN CARY JANET CHEETHAM Y-Teens Sec. Intramurals .ff J. s not stop with graduation. 'EI Y--u., ROBERTA CALLENDER ROBERT CARLTON Y-Teens Football FHA Track Spanish Club HB" Certificate Coeop Training BOB CHILDS JOHN CHRISTIANSEN Thespians Pres. Varsity Football Varsity Basketball Varsity Baseball BARBARA CARTER Cheerleading Y-Teens GAA Jr. Class Vice-pres. QM. . , ' f ,i 'W A A ri, BARBARA CIBOROWSKI Nat'l Honor Soc. Supreme Court Cheerleading Co-capt. ARRANGING FOR her schedule of her l2A semester, Jo' anne Hulbert discusses possible classes with her counselor, Miss Yetieve Guldner 39 Jr. Class Pres. SALLY ClCOTTE "A" Certificate CONNIE CLARK Y-Teens "B" Certificate Intramurals French Club "F'.,,,'E5" WINS? PAT CLARK RON CLARK Hi-Y Basketball Tennis RUTH CLARK Y Teens lntramurals CONNIE COOMBES YTeens Program Chair Booster Club lntramura - Jr. Achievement Sec. 'E GARY COLUMBUS Co op HI Y Senior Council GLENN cRAwPoRc HOWARD CRIPPEN JANET CROSS JOY CONWELL YTeens Natl Honor Soc Recalling their last year in high school, the June graduates of 1959 may chuckle as they think of the day they first entered the old DHS and how they roamed the halls as freshmen, always watching the upperclassmen and perhaps wondering if they too would someday be at the top. Then, after three years of joining clubs, partici- pating in after school activities and promoting school spirit, they were at the top, having to look forward only to graduation and life outside DHS. Many things have been learned and many things have yet to be learned, but members of the June class of 1959 can recall fond memories of their four years as Pioneers and be proud to say that they are alumni of DHS SUE COOK Y Teens Go Booster Club oop Training GAA B Certificate 5-5. Bqgebqll Reserve Football latin Club Sec 8' Reserve Baseball Y Teens lntramurals Band 40 . . . but burns with a brighter flame as My .5 an f ' f' C ' i I . i C 1 It .. :ZI 6 ALVIN COOKE Varsity Club BARB CROUCH if ,dl SHEILA CSIZMANSKY CAROLYN DANIELSON GAA Band Luterary Group 5 CEYYITICUTG YTeens Spanish Club Booster Club ARTS AND CRAFTS pots and lars Sharon Gorrlson adds the ftmshmg touches to one of her protects of art each person goes hrs separate way 5'- iff, PAT DANNA SUSAN DANVILLE JANET Del"lAVEN PAT DeMAY BOB DOROGI Actnvuty Board Booster Club Pres ' A Bond Student Councul Stamp and Coln Club YTeens IC C Na Honor Soc B Certnflcate GAA ,rm HN elf' JUDY DRAPACK Natl Honor Soc Chorr B Certlfucate Booster Club FHA GAA Natl Honor Soc GAYLE DUBOIS Certlflcate Y Teens Record Revtew CAROLYN DUNLAP MICHAEUNE DURAS JOHN ECCLESTONE Natl Honor Soc Choir Sensor Councrl GAA Football OBSERVER Staff Hr Y Y Teens Track 41 'Y 5' .fm ' Vsiflf A, F ' if "2 11' W W . 11 11 - f C G O O .., Yu , , . . I AT ' t'l . ' Il ll ' ' I or , 3 f , . , ,,.,,4 ,. i - fi 4. .i N L Y, , by , 1 - , , . . If jj - - IIBII n . I , RALPH EDWARDS SUE EDWARDS MIKE ELLIOTT ANNE EVANS ELIZABETH FANNING Atomic Science Club Student Council B0WllfI9 Jr Achievement Glee ClUb OBSERVER Staff Y Teens D H S Quartet whether to college, t a 'ob or JOYCE FEDOR JERRY FENRICH Natl Honor Soc C0-OP GAA Sec Tenms I PIONEER Staff AFTER HOMEROOM bulletins are read seniors Sandra Choir Rovsek Sue Sarkozy and Kay Schnell gather together for a few minutes of chatter before classes for the day begin PAT FERGUSON JUNE FETTER JANET FLAHERTY MARGARET FLEMING Y-Teens Y-Teens Y-Teens Soc. GAA Booster Club Latin Club "B" Certificate BOOSTCI' Club Not'I Honor Soc. gqnd GAA Spanish Club Choir "B" Certificate Booster Club FTA 42 SUE FOOTE OBSERVER Editor Quill and Scroll Y-Teens Treos. Nat'l Honor Soc. ,rw-.. 'QP' ESTHER FOSTER Latln Club YTeens Booster Club Chonr Co op GAYLE FREEDMAN Jr Achievement BILL FRIESEMAN FRANK GALGON SHARON GARRISON Track Track GAA Football Y Teens unto the armed forces Semors have Booster C ub Art Club -'B' -6' RONALD GAWLIK DENNIS GOLBESKY JAN GOLLON DOUGLAS GORTON Coop Trammg Football French Club Go Varsaty Club AFTER SCHOOL finds SN-'clenfs busy nn therr socual Qfhvmes Kendra VanSclever president leads U yfeem meeting 43 K 5 X is NILES GRADEN Band Dramatlcs Club Record Review Orchestra DAVID GRAU CAROL GRAVELINE Basketball Latm Club Baseball B Certlflcate Bowlmg TA German Club q . .wg , V K , X if Y 4 L' V, X I ,, 5 K Q ' - l . . 0 o o o n I f L 1 B If ' . W? 4173: 4, ll ll ' ' ' F . I . I . . I Q are STEPHEN HACKETT Thespians Stomp 81 Com Club Dromatics Club Spanish Club FRANK HAYWARD Dramatlcs Club Pres Thesplans Pres Literary Group LINDA HELLER Jr Achievement YTeens French Club sl Le' wg-I. GARY HALLAS r C ub Go f Bowling MARGARET HARDIN Latin Club Pres A Band B Certificate ma? UNA HARMS KENNETH HAYEK Y Teens Swimming French Club Treas Literary Group B Certificate POLLY HEFLEY YTeens French Club Dromatics Club Sec EVA HERCHER GAA YTeens French Club B Cefi'i'C0'e STUDENT EDITORS Sue Foote and Mike Mahorry puzzle Russian delegate Dr Aleksen Markushevich First Assistant Minister of Education with a question about his country KATHRYN HERING Cheerleading Student Council Senior Council GAA 44 SUZANNE HIND Maiorette Captain GAA Y-Teens Nat'l Honor Soc. ROBERT HOHNER . oe if qv 2 Q' 5 it 4 "" . N' Sf L A SSS Qt A 4, h ' At I ' . - ' ' ' FT ' . . . . profited by their many mistakes as r 1 I A 5 A pf-Q 5 9? NANCY HOWARD JOAN HUARD JOANNE HUI.BERT ROY HYBL SALLIE ImOBERSTAG Y-Teens Y-Teens Nat'I Honor Soc. Co-op Training Jr. Red Cross Pres. NUVI HONOY SOC- French Club FTA Librarian GAA Vice-pres. latin Club "B" Certificate Choir Nat'l Honor Soc. "A" Cefflfiwie Co-op Training "A" Certificate PIONEER Staff underclassmen. They experienced. . . ' 2 1. Maui-3 V .-.."" j t XJ, ,,, .. . ,. y .1 A A ,wb mrxvlqi x A, " ' , Q . ,, nh, , V, zggqa A ' UI I HAVING FINISHED their lunches, Linda Benn, Nancy Howard, Karen Johnson, Sue Danville and Betty Booth spend the remaining few minutes of lunch hour in a mid- day "chat. " l LYNN IMUS DAVID INGLES Track Co-captain Record Review Hi-Y Pres. Atomic Science Club Football Hi-Y Student Teacher Tennis Manager Q, JUDY .IANNER KAREN JOHNSON BRANDT JORGENSEN LORETTA JOYCE CAROLE JUNKER Y-Teens Treas. Y-Teens Chaplain Football Y-Teens PIONEER Ass't Editor OBSERVER Staff Booster Club Treas. French Club OBSERVER Staff GAA Chapel Co-ordinotor Booster Club Y-Teens FHA Pres, "A" Certificate Literary Group 45 the lgnlhng of the flame JOHN KANE DENISE KAMINSKI F A Atomuc Scnence Clu Record Review Treos A Certufncote HI Y Booster Club 8 Certufncote LYNDA KENNEDY BARBARA KERSTEN An Club Treos Intramurals OBSERVER Staff FHA .lr Achievement WORTH KRAMER ALAN KRlll Atomic Scu Club Pres BowIun9 Nat'l Honor Soc Varslty Club LARRY KAZANOWSKI Atomuc Scnence Cub Swrmmung Tenms Student Council DAVID KIEMELE PAUL KEBLAITIS Reserve Football Bowlmg KEN KOSTIELNEY ln their MARY LEE KEMP Y Teens Art Club Booster Club B Certrhcote JIM KNAPPENBERGER Student Councll Record Review Pres Natl Honor Soc A Certufucote HAH Cefllflcme CHALK IN HAND, Karen Olsen funds pleasure In drawmg durung her art class Background music sets calm workung atmosphere 46 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 . ' T . Q b ' ' I - ,, ,, . . n n . . . - . . If H . . if 'gl -ll I . , H H - - Aw. ,M lf? early years, ancl they have seen . ff ' 5. N ' . , .-. .xg ,,. , Q L BRIAN KUTA Lotln Club 'X-"' uf, FRANK KUTNEY Varsnty Football Varsrty Baseball Basketball Varsity Club AL LANGLOIS Bowling JUDITH LAWRIE JOHN LAWSER DONNA LEE GAA German Club J HOP C0mm YTeens Atomrc Science Club 5' 590099 Dcmfe C0mm B Certltlcate Amateur Raduo Club Spamsh Club ,rw PREPARING FOR the fugure g ,-Is n shorthand class arm for then hugh speed goal 47 CAROLE LARK TA German Club B Certlflcate YTeens KEN LEEDY Reserve Tennis Record Review Chosr Band 'QQ if ...rf WERNER LEHMANN Football Co cap Varsity Club HI Y German Club LINDA LAW YTeens Booster Club J Hop Comm MARVIN LEHMAN Boys Glee Club Latln Club 'YJ msg! if I ji ED LEVY Swlmmmg Bowling it burst into ct mighty torch. Their gn.. -ff! .. '90 Q fd- L 13, Q7..,,, Qu., if I Al so DEL LgW,5 BRAD LOCKEMAN BRENT LOCKEMAN JOHN LORENZ LINDA LYNE H311 Cenificme Tennis "A" Certificate "A" Certificate "B" Cef'ifiC0Ye Booslef Club Y-Teens French Club Treas. Q 4 X G' 5 Cc- 'nr """ r ,at smut MacDONNELL MIKE MAHARRY novo MAMROCTSKI BOB MANOS WCHARD MARUN Student Council Quill 8- Scroll 30Wlif19 B0Wlif19 Y-Teens Student Council Vice-pres. TYUCk Intramurals Varsity Club French Club Vice-pres. Tennis Captain RELINQUISHING HER senior study hall period to be a hall monitor, Janice Sayre tries to get some studying done. Q7 RANDY MASON CATHERINE McDANIEL Atomic Science Club GAA A "B" Certificate C0-op Training Homecoming Court Y-Teens education has been sufficiently completed. . AARON McDONALD Tennis PIONEER Sales Comm. "B" Certificate DAN MILLER Varsity Football Varsity Basketball , ,Nt I L - 2 CAROL MCGRAW GERALD McNABB Art Club Sec. Co-op Training DOROTHY MONROE Y-Teens Vice-pres. Student Council "B" Certificate Literary Group DELORES NAGY CATHERINE NANTAU German Club Sec. Co-op Training "B" Certificate Y-Teens Co-op Training ANDREI MICHAUD Student Council DENNY REID MEYER Glee Club Jr, Red Cross Veep French Club fa.- 'wwi 4 , i E.,- f f ' 'EI' , Q13 3 - I f JAMES MOORE TOM MORGAN LESTER MUNSON Ll v Boys' Glee Club "B" Certificate Choir Latin Club Q3-'if STUDENT TEACHER Mr. Josephson takes over a civics class for practical experience toward his BA in education, He answers the yifim question of Mary Lee Kemp and Roger Begin. GALE NAPIER Art Club Vtce pres B Certuflcate MARLENE NEWCOMER TOM NEWTON ELI NICHOLS FHA Reserve Football Wrestlmg C0 gp Trgmmg Reserve Baseball Co op Trammg JOAN NORRIS Sensor Class Treas YTeens Sec French Club Pres Homecomnng Court world alone and not have their lights go out CAROLE NOWAK YTeens Co op Tralnmg B Certuflcate Jr Achtevement JOHN OTTO Tenms Bowlmg Co op Tralnmg HI Y HARRY PATTON Varslty Club HI Y Cross Country Co cap Amateur Raduo Club STUART OKE MARILYN OLASZ BETTY SUE OLIVER KAREN OLSEN Band Y Teens PIONEER Staff FHA Booster Club Y Teens Intramurals Intramurals French Club Literary Group SEWING FRANTICALLY Benuta Twork works on a protect for homemakmg class 50 as 9 5 ' 11 rr ' - - . - - ' - . 0 0 I 'fry I I . l yin: i ' . N. f I - . A f 6 OPERATING A GESTITNER Judy Rychllclu and Shetla Cslz mansky practtce runnmg off bustness letters rn otfnce ma chlnes NORMAN PEPLOW Cross Country Track JOE PEREIRA Football Track Publications Photographer Hall Momtor to enable them to step out unto DONNA PERSON Glee C ub SANDRA PIPPEL YTeens Sec French Club Intramurals T FRANK PETERS SHARON PETRIE B Certlftcates YTGBFIS Stamp 8l Com Club Treas ll'IfYGmUI'OlS H, Y Latin Club Co op Tralmng HELEN PLATO Jr Achievement Dramatlcs Club Intramurals Glee Club GAYLE PORTER YTeens Dramattcs Club Jr Achievement 5'I TS CAROL PFEIFFER YTeens French Club Sec Intramurals B Certlftcate the busy CAROL MAE PILZNINSKI Dramattcs Club A Glee Club Orchestra LARRY POTOK ART QUAIFE Baseball A Certuflcate Bowltng Latln Club Amateur Radao Club Semor Counctl S J . O O O B, ?' ' H " -W M . R ' . Fi 'S Exchanging senior pictures, orclering if I . JA TRADITIONALLY, seniors sell at home games. Cathy Mc- Daniel, Dorothy Monroe, Gale Napier, Delores Nagy, and Sandy MacDonnelI sell to basketball spectators, JoANNE RAKECKI Y-Teens I. C. C. Intramurals Junior Council CHARLES RIPPE "B" Certificate Football , AA X , Y ff! YVETTE QUEMERE Y-Teens Pres. Co-ap Training French Club BOB REBAIN DEDE REID "B" Certificate Y-Teens Bowling FTA Track Intramurals Band Latin Club A LARRY ROBINSON ROBERTA ROGGE Spanish Club GAA Band "B" Certificate Y-Teens Choir 52 BILL RHEAUME Football Varsity Club "B" Certificate Literary Group SANDRA ROVSEK Student Council Nat'l Honor Soc. Cheerleading Thespians ef' 3 r ee ffxff i I i JIM RAGLAND Senior Class Pres. Hi-Y "B" Certificates Supreme Court CAROL RICE Y-Teens French Club "A" Certificate DAVE ROWDEN graduation announcements, applylng i' BILL RUCINSKI Co op Trammg Football SUSAN SARKOZY SUE SAUTTER YTeens Atomic Science Club Natl Honor Soc GAA K' LAURIE SCARPACE MARTIN SCHMIDT Spanish Club Vvce pres DYUFTICYICS Club Jr Achlevement Sec TDCSPICDS B Certllscate Y Teens fx., JIM RYAN JUDY RYCHLICKI YTeens GAA Booster Club Art Club NEIL SAVAGE B Certificate Latin Club Stamp St Corn Club 3 Glu, 'i NED SALISBURY Varslty Tennls Stamp 8- Coin Club B Certrfucate Bowlung JANET SAYRE YTeens Booster Club Glee Club Coop Tralnnng of 9 BARBARA SALOMONSON Spamsh Club YTeens Hall Momtor 1' JANICE SAYRE YTeens Treas Spanish Club Dlstruct Speech Contest Intramurals IMPROMPTUS AND class novels are an Inevitable part of every en nor Englash class ,J r' ' 0 I I O 1.4, l .s ,U X, 0 14,1 K? ' I "L Ki: ' ' - 252 - tiff SSS - 'T A , - 23? ' Vt- I V ' , V 'iirgtv Q l .P -1 N qu., , , B -1" A ' A A if ' T 1 ,Q li . fi ., , , , 55 25 ,V - , , i QQ.. lf' EHS'- "B" Certificate PIONEER Editor Atomic science Club , , . of - - - H H - . ' fi" ' . ' - - - :gig 'fm .Y , f. ' 2 pin.: Il I 2 A ' l 19+ A f, 3 3 5 . l J 2 1 - gifs: l rffifh K I E54 , .9-W: S lice' . fwfr If I A J lr-fi ' If A A 352-1 t u " K IEEE . qu- Q . . Q 'K I s - iff! . . ',,'V' . 1 ' I.: 53 Lx: wwffqnvwwnqvr 'Ls WITH CAREFUL consrderatron Sandra Taylor and Carolyn Damelson do a shll lrfe drawmg fd -6' MARY SCHMIDT YTeens Pres Senior Class Sec Certrfrcate Natl Honor Soc pus.. JAMES SCOTT Hr Y Cross Country Mgr Track DAN SELBY HARRY SHORT DAVE SIMION Chow H,y Sec peas Reserve Basketball Reserve Baseball 54 to college, working on co-op, golng RON SCHMIDT Thesprans Dramatrcs Club Band KAREN SEBERT Spamsh Club Intramurals Glee Club CAROLINE SIMITZ FHA German Club "B" Certrfrcate 8' 1 -al' KAY SCHNELL YTeens French Club Booster Club Dramatrcs Club all' KATHLEEN SEDOR PIONEER Staff Natl Honor Soc Chorr GAA DENNIS SMITH Golf Co-op Trarnrng . 0 0 0 0 AA .. 'HQ MQ. Q, , Ry ' V wgftr' ' 31 4.5, I- 1 2 :I I I , , 4 '3j'jlM 5 4 , HAH . - :ff A f Y A st as f l - K ,,..,.,,, E I K 1 V -pn I . J.. Y If 'Q A . I , ,x-gl fr.. Y' . ' :tk H F. to school games, NANCY SMITH Atomlc Science Club German Club Pres YTeens Chapel Comm CAROL SOVIAK Cholr Laterary Group Natl Honor Soc A Certnfucate sellmg refreshments FlRST DAY OF the new semester tends students crowdnng Into their counselors offices for schedule changes ROBERT SPARKS cARoLE svswocx YTeens Thesplan Treas B Certufucate Booster Club 1 NANCY SPODECK Thesplans Sec FTA Pres FHA Natl Honor oc GERALDINE srsmesz DALE sTElNKs DALE STEPCHUK Bowling 55 QW 's KAREN SPREY oAvE srAsnK FHA Co op Tralnmg FNC JOHN TATE SANDRA TAYLOR Art Club Student Councll Red Cross B Certafncate YTeens French Club 0 o o 0 f . l , N . A .z'.oj'V', A I H ,, -- . . , . ,fy-'ff.:..:, . is . Il ll ' ' ' S . T ' t V A . U ,, . . at the games, L ueamuom mer' SWG .',Q,,,y 1 I Y gguhs-is ill 'ua Opaotfasbthsiunohhk "W" 0:0 su-is ulCsSvwiX Pvrue M 1'.."',3t" .no-4 NANCY THORN Booster Club ROBERT THOMPSON Y Teens Jr Achievement participating in the senior TOM TAYLOR MARK THIBAUDEAU Basketball Track B Certificate Track Dramatrcs Club JIM THOMPSON Football Swimming Varsity Club LINDA THOMAS Natl Honor Soc OBSERVER Staff YTeens GAA 'Q' WAYNE UMONEN ANUONETTE mom DONALD rumen Co op Training A" Ncgub F Jr Achievement B Certificate B Certificate 56 Q N' . bi . . A . 'J . . 3 ., 7 'M 1 s , .A f ' , -' 'Q 1 3 'I ' i'5'.:. . c X .Q 51,55 51 Q -, I 523413 i',' .ixlB'5 K Jpj'k,'i, D H ll v . play relaxlng ln the senlor lounge, golng to SHARON TULLER FRED TUPIAK FHA VICE DVSS Co-op Trarmng A French Club Dramatlcs Club tug sq-u REX WADDLE DAVID WAGNER Lnterary Group fl ff - m WAYNE WARREN CAROL A WELLS A Certrfucate Atomic Science Club Thespnans Amateur Radio Club BENITA TWORK PIONEER Staff FTA Sec MARGARET URBANIAK Spamsh Club Record Revlew Sec Mrstress of Ceremonies THOMAS WAGNER ROBERTA WALKER Tennls Glee Club Thesplans B Certrfncate Orchestra KENDRA VcnSClEVER YTeens Pres Sensor Councnl French Club Intramurals PAUL WARPULA Cross Country Bowlmg ADDING TO THE yuletlde spvrlt Llnda Benn and Sheila Cslzmansky decorate the Christmas tree un the Semor lounge 57 Q I I 0 I o o o 5' FT n l . I ' 1 'le I A 0: ff- 'F -',Q7. .- ri. M,--. U . L. 'X .4 'vs 'T E , I I - I . . . honors assembly -- all are pleasures CAROL L WELLS YTeens Booster Club Cholr OUT TO GIVE thelr basketball team support Bob Thomp B Cemflcqye son Jnm Ragland Bob Ochs and Ken Kostuelney pay thenr odmlssuon to Mrs Mary Haight BETSEY WILEY GAYLE WILKINSON JEFF WILLIAMSON BARBARA WINES Band Y Teens HI Y B Cerhflcate Spomsh Club FTA Vlce pres Varsity Foofboll YTBBHS Literary Group Spanlsh Club Vlce pres Jr Achlevemenf Nall Honor Soc FHA A SHERRY WOLFE GERALDINE WOLLAM PATRICIA WOLLAM .IOANNA YOUNG Art Cerhfucate Dramatlcs Club YTeens A Cerhfncate Art Golden Keys Lahn Club Lotm Club Natl Honor Soc A Dramaucs Club Atomic Scnence Club Sec Yfeeng LIIBTUVY Group 58 L D WEST Record Revnew Dramahcs Club Bowling HOWIE WINKWORTH Varsity Basketball Hr Y nd" 53 MIKE YOUNGS Hu Y Band B Cemhcate I cl . - H H . . I . I . ,l 'fr gf . 1, ff - - . ' FT , I ' .f ' :- s.,.k.n J , . ff wa B ., . 221' . - - . - 11 u - - '- . ' 1 FT I . 1 I Il ll ' ' that come with being a senior. JACK YOUNG LARRY RODDEN Co-op Jr Achievement MIKE KLINE Memorlam Mike Kline well known member of the 59 senior class passed away on August 6 'I958 ofa heart attack While attend mg Dearborn Hugh Mnke was an active member of French Club Cholr and Drama tucs Club Keith Dahlke another member of the 1959 graduating class died an his rumor year on April 22 of leukemia He had play ed on the bowling team previous to his illness Dedicated to the memory of these two boys a plaque was placed an the senior lounge 59 Not Pictured BILL NOONE GEORGE SIMMONS KEITH DAHLKE rs QNQ mek slid, ,fray I W J 'Q sis dl Begmmng as a small flame buf gradually grow mg brlghfer fhe underclassman faces whaf seems fo be a long fume unfll graduaflon As a new IOB fhe flame IS rafher small and unsfeady lf devours fhe avallable fuel and Increases nfs lnghf unful as a semor If us a sfrong sfeady flame Enferlng Dearborn Hugh as a sophomore pro vides a new experience and one which appears fo be qulfe long Before fhe sfudenf knows If however fhe fhree years have flown by and he as ready fo go ouf Info fhe world alone Several fumes daily sfudenfs are seen af fhelr lockers picking up books for fhelr nexf class. They have fhe power fo make fhe flame burn as brighfly as fhey wush Luz Shaw and Tum Ducks refurn fo fhelr lockers fo fake fhelr books and leave for home affer a day of classes. 60 nderclossmen kiwi? I e ' l Q53 y M r aku .l 11... i JL... auf IMQ T28 CLASS OFFICERS Secretary Eleanor Novachoff Presu dent Tum Lake Vuce presudent Tom Harruson and Treasurer Jane Hooven accentuate the poster advertusung theur sen or play Down to Earth 911 -rv rink 1-nl' wr! . F 3 1 "l at G Mary Alrmon Mary Alexander Sally Anderson Jack Arnfueld Allan Bates Dennus Beuester Davucl Bere James Best Bonnue Bone Jeff Bretzlaff Lunda Bross Beverly Brown Duanne Brown Ron Brown Aluce Butler YS? eve Butterfueld Wd' A4 if A. u we if 'Q 49' "san W Beglnnung as Robert Cadez James Calluson Calvun Carpenter Karl Chapman Gwen Casper Carolyn Chrysan Jerry Cuampa Duane Clark Barb Conner Laurue Coombes Jack Cooper Tony Corrue Doreen Dappruch Marguerute Demo Earl Engel Frank Gallagher Paul Ganson Henry Godfrey Mary Ann Gowung Barbara Gruer Tom Harruson Marlee Haynes Jane Hooven Duane Jaskolowsku Joanne Joseph 62 lMarge Klein Tim Lake Vaughn LeClair Malilyn Liebold Duane Lundgren Ilene Macueuewsku u Malczynsku o Matthues a McCale a Montney u Moranuec Gay Murrull Duancu Mussun Steve Nash Eleanore Novachoff Joanne Punnunger Sharon Reed Shurley Robunson Ruta Ronto Paul Ross Mel Ruokolaunen Paul Sage Ruth Shornell Charles Scherfner a small O Kathy Schmudt Jum Sharples Theresa Sulcorsku Nancy Suler Stan Suwula Larry Smuth Pat Smuth Fred Speuer Judy Stewart Rudy Stomp Nancy Tennant Judy Theusen Glen Ulum Duane Wood ' J J T1 uw ? 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'S J 1' ' u. , ,.uu - , T' , ,Q y fvq:-17 .-- xt Q , A I X 2' . uf' A ., i X ' 12-P L, V ' '-' .Alan Adams Bull Ahlstrom John Alexander Nancy Jlll Allen Al Ammerman Scarlett Andrews Ed Andrzelewsk Bull Angell Kerth Applcellr June Archer Nancy Arcy Duck Audr Bull Bache Tom Bagott Dona Barcy Sandra Barnes Jenny Boston John Baugh Sandra Beall Nancy Berta Jean Beruttl Dennis Bevak Duck Blackburn Rrchard Blackwell flame C Rose Boehman Lando Boky Ann Bomesberger Carlene Brackel Linda Brandon Jo Lynn Brandt Donald Brazrs lerre Breckon Ann Brullhart Sue Brooks Bull Brown John Brown Judlth Brown Judy Brown Marllynne Brown An 90 V , llA CLASS OFFICERS Treasurer Al Ammerman Vrce Dresrdent Marge Stevens Secretory Judy Brown and Pres: dent Larry Morawa dlsplay thelr moneymaknng protect the DHS notebooks OBllI Bunting Norm Burghardt Judy Carlle Pam Callam ALJ Hugh Campbell Kathy Campbell Nell Campbell Duana Cass nn N Al Jerry Chase Tony Chrlo Bob Clupak Sue Clark Chrrs follms Marg Corbett but gradually Dale Coughlan Walter Covert Marsha Curnrmns Robert Cushman Davud Dapprnch U Jeff Davis Norman Davrs Karen Dedo Fran Deluca Claude Dullard Duck Dllllnder Duane Dlttman jam Drxon Sandy Doman Fred Drrllrng Ed Drlnkert Donna Dyer Bob Ebellng Nancy Eckman Jay Edmunds Todd Eussfeldt , A, Judu simon 'E Nancy Ellrott Dave Ellrs John Emmert Carol Engelder 63 - lrf- fir . l ' , so . -ff A ' 'Q . A -- f ' u A I gf: l A "" ' L' A 4 n K lv l V - sz' . J J M5 ' A 'A ' , af 1 J vrr, 4 S A if A if " J , ' 1 ' ', 7 -T1 iff V ' ' ' 0 , -,Q 5 M ,arch - 1 C , V I, ,, yt X . ' li -I " ' R , -. :W . . . 4 5 ' 'SW Vx' A -c 'T A 'E SV W , , ' . ff ' ll f My .v,.rr f,Ah ,L,,,1 ,A . I ' ' Q H Z 1 9 F ' . , J j I J ' f ' f e . f X A , A Y 5 ,xg My - VV 1 . h . ,1lf' A ey C - A M , .,. , ,-f ' L w x x I L . ' A A A as J K K 5 E - an ,I r Q A ix .v , I F I 1- ae: I ' 7,-'1 ,-3, . A -- 55: J. U - .... 9. 7' J u Q B M C A J re .fe J 1 ' 1 ' ' . 1 7.rf ,ggi -are gd". At rf .: .. , f Q ' f A ,gg 'J C Xxx . J rf F I x "2'R AA . Jlm Evans Trudy Faber Mlke Farrlmond Doug Fawk Chuck Feger Marlene Ferrler Audrey Fmger Sandra Funk Jnm Flake Doug Foote John Fowler Karen Gardner Richard Garter Fntz Gauther Sue Georgna Ron Gerwolls Margaret Gnlmou Judy Glenn x.Jf r Maurme Goehmann Jlm Goff Dave Good Dave Gorden Madelyn Gruska Mary Gustafson Gordon Haber Connle Hadnch Sharon Hall Sally Hallen Joanne Halversen Janet Hanchak Gerry Hanrahan John Hansen Ken Hanson Carolyn Hartley Mary Hatfleld Lenore Headley Jerry Heber Bull Hell John Helms Candy Hermanson Bob Hoffman Mert Hornbuckle Judy Howell Becky Hudec Henry Humphrey Kay ImOberstag Make Jolly Make Katulskn Don Kerfer cllen Kelley T d Kelly Dorene Kemp Mary Kennedy 64 w-y N- i WM wr Q Mary Keown Don Knel Duane Klemele Doug Kllby Bob Knlgus Jon Krlpmen Walt Kolasmskn Joan Konkoleskl Paul Konsavage Vnrgmna Korney Caslmnr Koznara Ron Kratt Daniel Kraus Art Krembrlng Joyce Kryska Sue LaBeau Sandra Latham John Lehman Pat Lendznon "YQ LQ W 0 5 5 ID U' 2 CD 5' Q 0 5 G Ama? ,uv- fm.- 1' Vnolet leny Q Tom Liberty Barbara Lune Drake Lochmnller Sara Lockhart Bob Lorenz Nancy Love Roberta Love Karen Lowe Bethann Lozon Barbara Luce Cathy Lumetta Frank Lynch Sandy MacGregor Doug Madaleno David Magaw Kathy Maher Bonnie Makowskl J 1 N ij' ' K I 'i' J 'C' 5' ' ' ' is a I .- bk K 'f I 5+ x--i JA--in A J f J 'I' J - if ll : 5' l J . "7 L J :lt .saw J J J J ILL. 5 4. +.f-'-1-- 1 J 1 : t - v 4' 1. J 5 f- , 1 5' Jr ' 1 A fi J "- f - " 4 J F J J J Q my Q Q J , W J . ' ' 2 5 3 ' g V - X? ' U ' v f' -J 'tt 5 " - xv ' Jr 1 ,me wa. y J X xl 1535, I ts, J J G 7 l 'QAM A '- ' ' f . za L J J ' 0 0 L, T . Q' o o o 'eel 'W' J' Ju. V - VE A' 7 , sr J .J J 1? Q J Rnck Hagelthorn r - - - 'f c- 4' Jeff Lienqu fi if Er' J ' - 4" 'J ' 9 2 , , ,, Q. J y k V ' f -' 'J 4 , 'J X A X .J J y A as J - 5' N. ,C .J '21 .F 4 2',c 'J' H fl '!J F" 1 -W 'B' y 3 H t J 8 9 H 'EC G -1-, V Q -4- as-C - 5 . I QA V M 3' ,JJ - X f 25' . K v Q 1 f I :, ir' C' J g, - 2 " i fl? J pf! ' T gif ' -"' J , J K l . ,V Q X AT 2" f are Q JJ 4 1 Je I ' lov J D ' f-:t Q s Q- gif K 9 ig, K 'X , ly 4 xv A42 9 w-5-'Q' Q - -Nj XL, J- - - , XJR: 15 gg, if A ll K " Q Sue Malone Jill Markley Jim Mathers Jim Matthews Sharon Mazguth John McWilliams Mark Megregian Dick Meredith John Merritt John Meyers Peter Meyers Lana Mihon Mona Mills Annette Miok Maureen Mitchell Pat Mitchell Ken Molnar Don Moore Larry Morawa Tom Morley D5 . r., ,yn 4 T' ' mg C 4 "Q c A! lf? 1 '9 Q ' ' N' - SCHOOL'S OUT and everybody can't wait to get home Y fl! ' 7 gl' I - Z, ' 4 Q Joan Redinger Xe 1' ,E 'L 'iuf Mike Reeb S, 7 A Y 7' A: I - my Q Letty Richardson ', ' ' I to 'Q uf" Larry Riggins 4 N 1 , 2 ' W1 . 'as Colleen Riley Q 4 ' fr Q 5' Cynthia Riley Y gy ' if ' 1 is Beverly Risk Q f 5 , W? X, .' V Harry Robertson wc ' I "l lk ' ' ,Z i Doug Robinson the underclassman laces. . . Q Nancy Morlock lynn Naragon Gayle Newman Jack Nichols JoAnn Noe Beverly Noonan Dorothy Nowka Wayne Oberding 'Bob Ochs Don Openlander Gary Orthner Ruth Oster Nancy Ott Ricky Ott Ted Pachy Joann Padzieski Walt Page Noreen Pangborn Peggy Panter Jerry Passman Kathleen Percy Don Pesavento Janet Phillips Donna Piekarski Charrle Pierce Jerry Podges Jim Pominville Pat Quinlan Nancy Ramsay Vic Raviolo 1-ae 9 in V sv Y' et .r 'J5",' . , , - 'K 4 .' K I 6' N 3 3' 2 , , 1- it 3, , -1, ..., , .. PM 37 Vi U- 55 ' , in L 'C' W ' 'Q ' It ll' fi: Us ,, -Q. ' Z? 1 ' 'Ta "- 1: ' "" Q9 ' -2 Q 'A 5' 'if A,,.,'s,, V, Q A - 4 I 4 K- l 'Qin Lf '31 - . Nj- ,Q -if s 1 1 t Am 65 Jud Ross Nancy Roughley Alice Rowe Kathy Ruddiman Bill Ruh Richard Rummel Gary Russell Barbara Ryba Joann Rychlicki Betty Saba Sandra Saltern Jane Sanborn Sue Sangerl Irene Sante Henry Sauve David Savu Nick Sawchuk Eric Schillinger Chuck G. Schultz Chuck W. Schultz rs 5 ' . . " s v J Q J 3 wg, K rl 1 7 7 'Lf' , ' s Kia if lf fy '1 ' 'ti " an W yn' 5, A -'a , .J , f 2 ' 'M ' V ,v f.: .. '?' A' ' -'X E-- K - , v vw V Q . x r: '. ' ,I I , J ' 'H f f 5 -. ,Q h. , , 1 lr Q ' . ,tl 0 I s 4 C Sam Seavitte U Jo Alestra Lynda Baker Bob Baldori Bev Bargert Janet Barton Barbara Beckwith Mike Bennett Tom Berber John Berry Ron Black Carol Boyer Dave Brady Joe Buczynski Gloria Bukowski Sherry Cable Martha Canon Chuck Chapman Arlene Ciupak Jim Cook Marcia Cook Peter Cooper G , 'W 5 Mary Shelly h t t b gf S S .I Steve Shermano 0 0 w G 0 e Colleen Simmons W 7 Diana Skinner ' 6 Keith Skytto , 1 .gf tg x we Ji Gene Slayton B .g I Carol Zel?l'k . . Betty Smith ii fe i LL- Bob Zsmmc as i ' ' 'Q i li all Fred Zinnbauer i Steve Smith M fx' U Carol Sobczak A ' Vu xx Gail Spencer S ' A If '. Mary Lou Stace ' ' 'BL T 1- i Judith Stalmack 5 77 Sandy Stankiewicz ., A . f' ' Lettie Staple 4 5 ,Q f Alex Stetanoft ,Q 3 : I E X . , K ft Xin-it LA 4 Larry Steiner '.'igi, . ll J ,Q 5 1' i Don Steinhagen ':'- A Q ,fl L' ! Margie Stevens A I J - t ,N Q V Warren Stretke i I . i Zh f . f A- . , 'kv " .51 Q 1 0 Dennis Sullenger . Marilyn Surdyk 'ii :Y - sv Linda Sutherland W . I 9 - K tif: K S' Judy Tappero 'T' .3... - Q J. ' K 4 1 X ' w -fm -J j X.. . 1. Marlene Tavella Tj" K John Taylor ' ,I " 5' ,"' S A ' 5, Bob Tiplady 4 N li' rg' V Maureen Tomasik 3' -'Q Q91 , A mia eww: Robert Tornasik 6 K I S Charles Towle . A X ' Sally Trego '- ' J C., , , X , V .,, "-. Y Q' K Darlene VanDyke S Q .3 . + 5' J Q ' Q Jon VanPelt J Sam Vasiu ' Joy Venditty 5375 af - N Wayne Vincent I 4 ' h Corda Beth Vitas ' Jegn Walker l96'l CLASS OFFICERS, President Don Dopke, Vice-pres: John Walker dent Jae Buczynski, Secretary Shirley Gonda and Treas .I W I John Wall urer Jack Daniels, stop to talk before the iunior class bulle A , L sl Ai 5 A . Douglas Warren 'ln b0GI'Cl. fe., .I xiix dvm ' Michael Was H l 6 l Maureen Welling Sue Williams 1, . , Roger Wines .gf A 'y :Qj y Linda Wiseman Fi ' B y Dave Woodburn , mg S11 .J v John Woodburn f A Cliff Wurst " ' x ,r ,q ' .V Doug Wurst v I 'E' S ' A it Barbara Wyman , 7 1 ' Clark Yates 66 long time Q Ron Corney Ed Cowling Larry Coy Margaret Cragg Jack Daniels Sue Davis Maury Dean Mike Deeg Jack Delaney Don Dopke Don Dunlap Bill Eby Alan Edmonson Kathy Edwards David Egan Elaine Fassero Bob Fell Mcryalyce Ferrer Make Foote Linda Frank lSue Fulkerson Sue Gllbreath George Gllga Shirley Gonda Jeri Gorthy Sandie Green Duck Groendal Dave Hackett Christine Hall Daryle Hanchett Alan Harley John Hayes Sherm Hollander Jean Hornbeck Ronald Jacksy Dennis Jaggers Jim Jones Rodney Jones David Konkel Alice Koski Russ Landon Ken Lutz Kenneth Masura Joyce Matrack KA -0 '27 untl if 'E n o. C o :: o :s .k 9' ll AC' lJerry Pec John Perreca Ann Peters Gary Phillips Bob Pilon Gordon Potter Sandra Pnebe Nancy Pringle Gene Quigley Jan Radke Tom Rainey Tim Rand Betty Royal Mike Rutkowski Don Salomonson Phil Samuels Mike Savage Dave Schleicher Tom Schmitz Carol Schnaufer John Schubert Carol Seidler Alice Semanson Dick Shattuck Sue Sheppard O Don McGowan Ron McGowan Ron McHaney Alan McQuary Lucian Moga Steve Molltorls Michael Molnar Jerry Murphy Gary Neal Rosalee Nebar Judy Neabert Duck Oberstaedt Bruce Oldenburg Amy Olsen Karen Papke Eye! 0 i if ,Q -ez, X . Us Q Q Q P? T A- V -Q' F' O C Sherwood . ,B Bob Siera H Bob Sugler Tony Smokovltz B -'WA Roger Snyder Carole Speler Chns Stafford Jack Sutton Lenore Swan Charlane Temple Bull Tennant Charlene Tmsley ff Steve Unzucker Duane VanVlnet Duane Vollmer Duck Walter Ernest Wllhelmu Ted Yonkus Greg Zelek 'K Soma Zimmerman ni. Ojelf Adam Blll Adams Lk .Kenneth Beach Ken Beasley Sandra Beecraft Gary Begun Mnchael Beldung Patrucua Bender Mnchele e Pot Benednct Alnce Benson Charlotte Blcklng David Biddulph Duane Burch Joyce Blon Grace Blass Bev Blouse Davrd Blyth Gary Bohas Jlm Bausmler John Bolm Barbara Bolton Erma Borso Eduth Boudreau Tom Brandt Doug Brant ,.,d,A.,.,m, Enterlng as a sophomore Wamta Adams Malcolm Adcock Peter Albertson Sharon Alvey Bob Anderson Sue Anderson Krls Andren Louise Andrew Pat Anheuser Ruth Archer Judy Armstrong Duck Arnold Jeanne Arnold 'x Duane Aufderhelde Bull Baker Manlyn Baker E Judy Ballard Bob Bandyk Phnl Barnhart Jannce Barron John Bates Doug Baumgardner Janet Beach 68 MA! Deane Briggs Mary Ann Bnggs Sharon Brodne Mary Brooks Al Bruhowky Kay Brunner Qumn Bryan Bev Bryant Ron Buckenberger Bonnue Budney Jane Burch Charles Burke Dan Burke Frances Burns ir . . 59 . 2 Y 'H'-r 3 X . 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A gi, Q ,N T 2. -., ,r 1 5- 5' H , . is 'sf' Xi 3522: ,, 5 g Ps - Bde ' X X R., 91 A - .1 av, If , 'Tom Bystey Lawan Caffery Bull Calder Doug Campbell June Carlusle Shurley Carlton Carol Carnell Pat Carruer Muke Carter Duck Cavenee Shurley Cebula Dale Channon Lunda Chaput Margo Chase Betty Chester John Chula Bull Clark Bonnue Clark Duck Clark Lunda Clark Roger Clark Judy Coff Dennus Colluer Donna Colluns Mary Colluns Nancy Coombes Brent Cordung Muke Come Carol Corwun sf 9'-. v-4 '3' 74 OTum Ducks Bull Duttmore Frances Dohm Chrus Domber Sue Dowedute West Downs Sharon Drew Davud Drews Roger Dubry Ray Duff Tom Dunlap Euleen Earle Glenn Earle Paul Eastman George Eger provudes a new experuence .Sandra Cotton Betty Cowden Cheryl Cowles Judy Crawford John Crocker Duck Crouch Charles Curtus John Danes Arleen Danuels Donna Danuels Sandy Danna Ken Dannenberg Don Dappruch Nan Daubenmeyer Don Davudson Delores DeMay Luz Demers Krus Denecke Harold DCNYON Gary Desmond T A s 16" A A 1 A? 'S fc' 5 ? " 5 5 'I v-0 "L ,, C N-Q 7' f Yi TZAK sw 1 69 'Ron Emmert Edwun Engu Paul Eruckson Harold Eschner Mary Ann Farber Roy Fettner Cluff Ferguson Mary Ann Fuelds Noel Fusher Jum Flemung Douglas Ford Jum Forsyth Sandy Fox Bonme Fraser Vunce Frugeruo B4 fm.. 1 wwf' I - X ,- X uh 4-f' S2 0 sh v A .,,V 1 A V ' 'WV 2 2 , . . 1' , V A Z. -3 J' - ', 1 - 5' - . . J' 9 ' Q Q , va it 4 ' fx. J ' 4 Q 5 r 4, . ,X an .J , Mia 1 f 1. - Q B N as I C ll W if 5 i JJ f , ' :LM C' 3 7 if 'Fu fu 'ji x Y. Mary Christian 1 1 4 '19 , V W . I 'll I ' ilk' . YM ,, 2 'X rx, x A f Z la K C L V 1 K C". 3-9 , fa ' 9' ,Sail f ., V? V. - ' ru M N. J u J " "VJ -Q- - ff,'h....l K R? Y 'N ra- 5' I -9- .15 vw 1 f :fl -ew A 1 ' 3 if .v ' 0 0 0 0 6 ' 42 sr ' :Ly x 4 . Q., ' ,X ,1 ' X ,L 1 D' 'f I ' . if ul if .. ah r , , A . 'W A' 91 4 X ls A 1 -f ., lu . A is . f wx MUN W r f r A l f ' 5 s X ' w . ' h N, , " ' 'Q ' J b i +11 ' 'xv f ur y A ff J . ' 11 J Q . . . i I V -X qi , r 'Suzanne Frutig Judie Fuller Teri Garrick Gerald Garrigas Russell Gee Tom Gehringer Sam Gemus Carol Gentner Karen George Gwen Gertz Steven Gillespie August Giuliani Gloria Gladys Danny Graham Janet Graveline David Green Candy Grendel Taffy Grendel Sandro Gribb Chuck Gripton Rick Haas Cynthia Hadde Pat Hagerty Steve Hahnert John Hale Mac Hamilton Marian Handley George Hansel Sarah Hardin Scott Harsch .5 , " 4 5' was - 4' - 4' "' vi l Q. i T Q, Q Y fs f . 94:9 1 'r 4 J 4 Qs fe rs: 5 i y. , .. Qi- J C - .' f S - - .si W ' Q I in: g . A iv i ltr ' . RY v. .- A1- , in Q' 1 K , . ' t it' 1 A Susan Hasse a Ed Haycox , 'Q Marilyn Haystead ,gill 1 Karen Heil X W S Q is sw. ,Y 61 s L.: , 3 if ,M NOON MOVIES are an important part of lunchtime relax- ation. Helen Heineman Marilyn Hering Don Hicks Barb Hildebrandt Gary Hildebrandt Ben Hill Sue Hill Pat Hillen 6 J is i 'fi Q- 'rw -9 gif 'Xi Q B f i:if'Er Auf 6. 'U Q -N7 'Jean Himelbarger Kathy Hogarth Stephanie Hollis Chris Horton Joan Horvath Judy Hotke Neil Huard Joy Hudson Terry Husband Jo Hutchinson Frank Hutto Sue Hyde Stanley Hyduk JoAnne Isaacson John lseman Jim Jackson Janice Jacobs Judie Jacobs and one which 0 o o 3? X H- S , S cs? vi N . vs ff, '25 , ,LX A i , X2 ,, t T' .gf , em as in Sl 'iff 4? ri' ei' , ,XABQJ ll Q 3 -If s X v C 'Q""s vi z IA' Q it ,. in if Q , "Yin, ids. ,wma M. mfs:- O Kathy Jandasek Cookie Jefferson David Jenkins Mary Johannes Jay Johnson Randy Jones Bob Jones Lewis Julian Atis Kalnins Dianne Kaminski Joanne Kao Kyrii Karoielf Dennis Katrych Jerry Kaye Jim Kellerman Martha Keown Gordon Kletzka Sandra Kiel Kathy Killian Stanley Kinkel Stephen Kissinger Ojohn Kluding V, V ,,g,.fff:f'1,, V ef W . ,, wx W - uf? Norma Knipp Wendy Knutson Carl Koenig Don Konopka Glorua Korkouan Lorrayne Kuhn Carl Kurz Tom Kuta Bob Lackey Muke LaPounte Donna Larker Don Lcrkuns Joe LaRue 9 F' 9.95 Wayne Laszlo Roger Lau Janet LaVugne Terry Lefxer Paul Lehnert Jum Lesnuak Barb Lewus Dan Lutsky Vuckue Luttle Merulee Lohnes Don Lowe Bob Lucas Jum Ludwug Larry Ludwug Mary MacArthur Jean MacDonald appears I Bull MacQueen Jeff Madden Gary Makowsku Dennus Mancuso Muke Manos Ron Marguttoy Duck Maruon Duck Marsh Shelley Marshall Ashley Martun Julua Martun John Marxer Bob Mason Neul Massey Muke Matevua ,.. 93. 'wer be quute long lPhulup Moore Susan Moore D one Moran Bull Morrull Janet Mrosko Lunda Mundle Pat Murphy Karen Myall Duck Myernuck Lloyd Nault Peggy Needham Don Nelson Nuck Nuchols Meg Nulsson P u Nuzclul Carole Noe Greg Northrup Lorraune Nykuel Jum O Bruen Joe OGorman Ruchard Oke Mary Opdyke Roberta Ornduff Ken Osbon 71 lSharon Matyas Jay Maxwell Paul May Sharon Maycock Jerry Mays Q Kathy McCarbery v, Marvun McCombs Kathleen McEachern Dale Mclvor Frank McKenna Don McLean Janet McWhorter Jum Meyers Roger Mulas Barry Muller MU Yann Muller Duck Munnuck Darlene Mutchell Mary Mutchell Marulyn Mohr Pat Monahan 7 Nr ,.r W1 'U 'Cf 5 , 1 i tr '71 faith' ' , ga , f ruff . ' l 3 VF !,v VE? , lv' s ' F1 1- ' , YL 1 hu. ali: J ,ff .ui . . . 'ruu . 'fp . 2' -' L 1 'Lf V V - 1: ,. A ' Q r f -'1 ,' 'A J V if ' . . V 1 X x. . . ' I J 'J r 1 rv va A ,. , O f V V, L sn' '+-- 3 .51 fr? l rf . 1 5 . V ' A 'J Am in PV - Q' ll .4 I A ' t f f - J Al ' . , D - my U I f g to . 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R 4' ' 3' Q Q x 'says' lOlin Sanders Deanne Satterfield Leah Saunders Bob Savage Carol Schaefer David Schllk Pat Schlasser Nancy Schmidt Jo Schmitt Judy Schnelder Kurt Schneudewmd Joanne Schoewe G Schollenberger Duck Schultz Joy Schwmkendorf Beverly Scott ZLiI,'Z,,Z"'SZ.,..,k0 Before the student know Bull Porter Randall Potzger Chns Powers Sue Prahl Elaine Pretzlaff Ron Prtestaf Tom Proctor Nettle Quinn Tom Radcluffe Pam Ralfaele Ed Rankin Janet Rathbun Nglene Rethllfl Marllyn Reed Dave Reynolds Scott Rhodes Terry Race Bull Rlchards Jlm Rlecks Jnm Robb George Robinson Ethel Roesch Bull Roth Barb Rounds Gary Rowe Andrew Rubus Joseph Rubus Kathleen Ryan Dave Rykba Bull Sale Judy Salomonson Judy Samson Bruce Sanborn 72 xv' -vs' LA OBob Scotten Nancy Seavltt Edward Secunda Jerry Sedlak Howard Seely Donna Seyfarth Karen Sharp Luz Shaw Vlrglnla Shlmkus Gregory Sndes Teresa Smatra Larry Skavdahl Sherry Slaton Barbara Smvth Betsy Smnth Carol Smith Mnllle Smith Norma Smuth Gayle Solanck Gerry Spontack JoAnn Stanklewlcz Mrke Stepchuk fiat an ' v 1 V a. -,,, A X if 3: wi s P ii P L 'Q - y . get git X -S 59 - : .Q ' 6 , , L : . my P J ' ' 5' 4 'l l V 1 t ff ' U I :QNX l mt A X. 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O Muchael Weyand John Whudden Duck Whute Thelma Whutney Bull Whutson Gwynne Wulcox Lunda Wulson Judy Wood Anne Worden Lous Young Pat Young Don Zabunsku Chrus Zelek 5 2 2 if F Amy Zerhan Bull Zummer Jum Abernethy Duane Ahrens the years have flown .Duck Tcuckett Janette Taupale Pat Tarter James Taylor Ruchard Terry Claudua Thomas Cundy Thomas Jum Tumonen Bull Todd Peggy Tolonen Judue Tomaslk Bob Toth Joyce Toupun Jan Towne Judy Truckey Roberta Trouano Manuel Turchan Wally Tuttle Marue Venturu Jum Verhunes Donna Vuncenty Bull Wagner Wendy Wallace Jack Walsh Mary Walter Jerry Warner Duanne Warren Paul Waske Janice Waskun Mary Wayne Ron Webb Peter Webster Robert Weldon MV hu 2-+ 73 F Q cn'vu1u1 coag- aah aa -439,1 bl- Q."Jr 9.22: 0 - D333 :I 3 Charles Balnuus John Banks Dave Beard Shelly Becker O 'Dan Bedwell Darrell Behlung Pat Bell Richard Bert Jum Black Connue Blanck Bob Bohnsack Bull Bosman Sandy Bracken Carol Bradley Tom Brock Sara Buckl Marlene Bukowsky Q h ' . 4 'U , , I , J wg ,ff ??Y gl . 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Q- " to at x Mary Davles Tom Davus Marilyn DeCoursey Bull Deering Beatrice DeLuca ,f Steve Denms Dan Ecclestone ODlane Eggleston Charles Ellegood Carol Elllott Sandy Engel Bull Erlckson 0 Duck Fawk Marcla Gee Carol Gentmne Mlckey Gentule l'om Glbblngs Carol Glassmlre Kathy Gonder Sur Gorton Linda Graham Pam Graul Kelth Greenwald R 'x P- Matt Gullnver Barh Hammer A X fb Jane Hanna ' I Sue Hartleb J 'J A Barb Hayward Nell Hodges Henry l"1lter John Jack 74 i ls af tw ,Q 2 X' 99.9 OSharon Jacobson Jerry Joseph Jlm Johnson Denms Keblautus Jum Kellachow Jnnny Knlmer Blll Klng Denny Kmzel Dorothy Klem Anthony Klremann Jerry Konczal Sharon Konsavage Denms Kula Ken Kurtz Roger Lawser George Lmdemann Sue Lltsky Mnke Lowery Rebecca Love Duane Marudas Nancy Mathers Gall May Bev McClenahen and he us ready to X? ur M .::. V tl l Q -auf 42 L if 'Bob Muller Carol Mlncher Sandy Mntchell Karen Moore Phnl Monconn Blaur Morton Richard Morton Donna Mundlnger John Munsle Sharon Murphy Walter Noonan Ken Parker Pat Paschal Carol Puekarskn Claudna Pollc Ernue Proc Ron Quulluam Judy Reardon Jack Reed Tom Reltsma Ann Rmgelspaugh Tom Rowland Bull Rubarth Mary Rummel M ' , 'rsr h slr:-. ' l L lll' J- M . Q NX l J . . . , A ,M 'SUM . '-" 5 ff J if A 6 1,,, Q ' W U Allan Kurche A . . ii K I X .,,,i, I' X 1 r H' , A ll :git V9-il l' . l fr' ' . M 4 as J V A + ll E' lx l ,. A ,Q Xl , A ul., L . L . 92 i . 'Iwi ' J . o Q Q lf' gy- J 'V is-' -J 'L I ix at .I K .re -' ' 1 ,cr f s V Q' . - K J .4 V-5.-L 1 v . ' - "J il , v . ff J l .. L :S 'iz' . 1 I-1 4 A :S . A ' v sv . I 3 . . . Q I . . Oloy Rupe Maryann Russo Leslie Sartor Joan Schaefer Mlke Sekullch Pat Slera Carolyn Smtth Judy Smnth Phtl Smlth Kathy Stme Luz Strouse Marne Sweutzer Marvm Taylor Margaret Thomas Lmda Thomson go out QKathy Tlburzl Melvm Tnshkowsku Rlchard Toth Carole Ushman Donna VanRaaphorst Pat Virgo Sandy Whlsman Bennett Wilson Leo Wmczewskn Jlm Zaya Ron Zmner ll2Bl Ralph Archbold Doug Nelson Art Stambersky Sally Woodward lllA7 Muna Borbey Louls Columbus Bob Fngerlo Greg Lowry N-1 v L 'Deanna Marks Marilyn Schroeder ll0Al Herman Alvarez Joann Barrows Wally Bartnlck Ralph Ellstrom Bob Foster Francus Lanfear Sharon Martmdale Frank McKenna Bette Pnngston Joe Plzlall Paul Pochma ra Duck Richards Barry Zeramba 1' 6 6' 2 g! I I Into the world alone 1 F S Headmg the ltst of lumor actovltues was the J Hop held Aprnl 10 nn Dearborn Hnghs Redwood Room Another actnvnty servmg as a money makung prolect Election of tumor offucers IS done In the third week of the thtrd card markung of the lOA semester Re qulrements include a C average and a petmon with signatures of lolyo of the members of the stu dents class No offtcers begun thetr duties untll theur lumor year Entermg the halls of DHS for the first tame sopho mores fund nt a new experlence Along wuth the new currlculum are new orgamzotlons teachers and fellow students that the beginners wull soon meet . , G 4 . .,, 6 1 L -f G- if I '-1 .? x, ll '. . b 6 in . 2. It , ,P - ' ' ' 1 . T 9 T' .- -ex , " I F , ' .- -: ' '7 W - sm, l G . A b O I w V' ' 'Pi . ,v '2' rv . . . . . . . - " Q ' . . . , Bill Ventola 1? was the selling looseleaf notebooks. l I A 2' J ' ' . - - ll ll ' ' -3,1 ' 2 '17 f ' . x . Y Q , . . 1 - , 1 '- "-2 f i . . . 3 . ill' 'Y' ' bf 'L 75 'L chvlhes Prachcal experience and enloymenf may be ob famed from +he forch of achvlhes whlch shnnes wnfh vlvld splendor af Dearborn Hugh Whefher a s+u den'r IS a parhclpani' or an observer he shll bene flfs from 'rhe achvlfy becoming a more well rounded person S+uden'r governmenf Iournallsm +he splendor of homecomlng muslc and dramahcs are buf a sample of +he achvlhes avallable ai' Dearborn Hugh They offer an ou+le+ for 'I'he special ln+eres+s and falenfs of every s'I'uden1' Democracy an achon IS prachced In hugh school as In cl+y sfa+e and nahonal governmenis by elec hons of class offucers and s+uden+ council members Jlm Ragland chlef lushce of +he Supreme Courf shows Judy Brown how +o opera're fhe vohng ma chme Vlrglnla Korney wau+s for her +urn 'ro seleci' +he candlda+es of her choice 76 +155- . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . 0 . 0 . I . . . . I . Q I I . - . I n . . . . I . . . . - . . I . . . I I . Q . . . . a . 1 I . 0 a Q . . - - . vw r-ew nw W-,6 fo -f'..vf -JL -QEIFQQ-W. 4.45, mi" JKT" Aww -A . x 'Z .M -'jx W-I 1,3 7' O C 1: O . ., ,ff .,.....m ,. Student Council Governs And Sponsors ' Ax 3 .. 1 ll. STUDENT COUNCIL FRONT ROW Mr Robert Brazdl co sponsor Paul Ganson vuce presudent Fred Speuer pres: dent Pat Blouse secretary Mr Dean Challus co sponsor ROW TWO Luz Shaw Jerry Warner Janet Peterson Maru lynne Brown Marsha Cummungs Juduth Brown Bob Bal doru ROW THREE Sundra Rovsek Pot Smuth Sue Ed Provudung a means for organuzed exoressuon un student wards Sandu MacDonnell Andre Muchaud Dorothy Mon roe Sue Brooks Tom Luberty BACK ROW Vunce Frugeruo Duck Mereduth Don Doake .lum Knappenberger Dennus Phelps Larry Kazanowsku Bull Heul Rudy Stomp Mart Hornbuckle Not puctured Duck Arnold Muke Baad Pat Danna atfaurs and actuvutues establushung a means to make the school aware of student needs and opunuons trcunung leaders and cutuzens un the development of co operatuon self reluance and responsubuluty all descrube the Student Louncul un actuon Seven senators from each grade are elected every sprung A student us eluguble to run un ne popular electron uf 'IOCM of hus classmates Marulyne Brown Marsha Cummungs Sue Edwards Mert Hornbuckle Jum Knappenburger and Andre Muchand acted as rovung senators Sue Foote reported for the OBSERVER ...aan FRED SPEIER PAUL GANSON PfeSldCf1T Vuce presudent 8 Dorothy Monroe Sandra Rovsek Sue Brooks BACK ROW Rudy Stomp Don Dopke Not puctured Duck Arnold .ik PAT BLOUSE Secretary A Ak . . . . . . ,l . . 'JP he maintains a "C" average and secures the signatures of ASSEMBLIES COMMITTEE: FRONT ROW ll- Q. KN 4' un- B r 5 ugiiiifli 7 Activities For Student Body ACTIVITY BOARD FRONT ROW Vlnce Fngeno Pat Smnth secretary Paul Ganson chairman Pat Danna BACK ROW Mr Leroy Knuth faculty chairman Mr Gor den Keyser Mr Russell Gwnnnell Mr Victor Pearson Not pictured Bob Baldorl Tom Liberty CLEAN UP Paint up Fix up trophy FO WINNING the T958 clean up paint up ftx up cam palgn among the cltys seven hugh schools Dearborn High was awarded a trophy Fred Speler accepts the trophy from his father Mr Fred Speuer Sr City BeautlfulCommis sion chairman 79 Presudlng over the council meetings as president during the past year was Fred Sneler Paul Ganson filled the position of vice president whsle Pat Blouse 'took the minutes of each meeting There are four standing committees which function throughout the year The assemblies commnttee plans all assemblies and orders noon movies Selectlon of hall monitors and protection of lounge furniture ns under the custody of the halls committee The cor respondence committee maintains correspondence with Kim Mm Hu and Dearborn Highs sister school In Germany The activity board schedules all actnv mattees are appointed when the need anses Taking an actlve part an the annual Clean up Paint up Fax up Campaign was one of the mayor prolects of the year Working for the first prize trophy as well as aiding the city an placing hugh in the national campaign the students led by the council felled out questionnaires made a scrapbook of before and after scenes and cleaned up the school both msnde and out Planning the Homecoming festivities fostering the Korean orphan Kim Mm HI promotmg the American Field service program and executing a Christmas prolect are also included an the councils activities of the past year 1 : . . . I I I 1 I . ' ' 1 - I l I ' , . I 1 ' I ' - I . - I . - ' ' D ' ' I ' . . . . . , . ities held throughout the year. Non-permanent com- ' 1 - I . D . . I . . . . . . D . . I I . I . . . I II ll R - ' - - I - - . I . . D . . , . . , . . . . . . , I s . Q n 1 a . ' . 'I . ' ' ' " . . . . ' u Q 1 n Q I ueen Pat Reigns Over omecoming 3 I 4' .i N iti av HOMECOMING QUEEN Pat Blouse sits surrounded by her court of Sandy Rovsek, Cathy McDaniel and .loan Norris. CLIMAXING THE DAY of festivities is the home- coming dance. Football captain Werner Leh- mann crowns Queen Pat Blouse while the court and their dates look on. ctober 3 found beautiful weather and strong school spirit as the day of Dearborn High's homecoming arrived. During halftime, Queen Pat Blouse and her court, consisting of Cathy McDaniel, Joan Norris and Sandy Rovsek, received the crowns which officially proclaimed them members- of the 1958 homecoming court. The girls were elected to the court by the football team. For halftime festivities, Jim Ragland, senior class president, an- nounced the halftime events which included the judging of floats, the playing of the band and the crowning of the queen. After parading around the field in convertibles, the girls were crowned by Paul Ganson, Student Council vice president. Paul presented each of them with a football, the girls' escorts - John Scott, Bruce Ford, Mike Maharry, and Jim Baldwin - also chosen by the football team, presented each with a bouquet. By trouncing Lincoln Park 34-7, Dearborn High's football team contributed to the completeness of a perfect homecoming. Festivities 3 HERE COMES the DHS bond to lead the half- time parade ummm , V-Mi, I uf R kr' . . . followed by Queen Pat Blouse and her es- cort John Scott as they lead the court around iii the field. ' M Homecoming Queen Pot Blouse i .3 1 we 6 PAUL GANSON starts the crowning ceremonies with Cathy McDaniel while her escort Bruce Ford watches. Looking on are Jim Baldwin, HTl'll5 JOB CGD be Qpplied for next spring," the loud- Sandy Rovselc, Mike Maharry, Joan Norris, Pot Blouse and John Spefllief UFIUOUHCSS GS Paul GCIHSOH gives Queen Pot scoff. Blouse the traditional kiss after crowning her. Homecomlng Hlghllghts Floats, TOP HONORS for the wlnmng float went to Orack Hu Y for the second year an a row Tom Simmons chairman of the float entrtled Splut Homecommg festlvutnes agarn reflected brughtly nn the splendor of the homecomrng dance held transform d unto a royal ballroom where couples danced to the musnc of Henry Van Horn s orchestra Donnmg the malestrc red velvet robe of DHS homecomung queens Pat Blouse wuth her court comprused of Cathy McDamel Joan Norms and Sandy Rovsek repeated the crowmng ceremonles performed earller tn the day The gurls escorts for the evemng were George Hull Walt Dubncko Denms Golbesk: and Mlke Baad respectnvely the Rarlsplttters accepts the trophy from POUl Ganson Student Councnl vice presndent as Frank Peters Dan Muller and Make Youngs look on Pat Clark and Jlm Stewart rude on the float HERE COMES the DHS lme for the opemng kuckoff of the vuctonous homecommg game O O O l l . . in the evening. Dearborn High's Redwood Room was S . l I . I , , , , , . . 82 Dancers, Enthusuastuc Cheerleaders DEH E A wuth an AHR B O AHR wuth an N DHS cheerleaders perform theur popular Harvard cheer Vuctory' Vuctory' Thats our cry' resounded through the gym as the varsuty cheerleaders set the crowd unto actuon The gurls chose Judy Haefele and Barb Cuborowsku as co captauns and Nu s Margaret Wulson sponsored them Each Wednesday nught they practuced and developed new yells whuch would help speed the Puoneers on to vuctory Marulynne Brown served as spokesman for the sux reserve cheerleaders sponsored by Muss Januce An derson They took over durung lunuor varsuty home games cheerung the boys on to a vuctoruous funush VARSITY CHEERLEADERS FRONT ROW Barb Carter Marg Gulmour Candy Hermanson Judy Brown BACK ROW Sandy Rovsek Co captaun Barb Clborowsku Kathy Herung Marsha cummungs Not puctured Co captain Judy Haefele Pep leaders are chosen at tryouts by former cheerleaders and teachers They are selected on the basus of abuluty enthusuasm and personaluty All the gurls helped un rausung school and team spurut and un makung the football and basketball sea sons vctoruous RESERVE CHEERLEADERS: Sandy Doman Alice Rowe, lSpokesmanJ Marilynne Brown, Linda Frank, Lynn Naragon, and Sonia Zimmerman. 83 Deadlines, Paste-up, Copy Wrlhng Are A N I DEADLINES' .J-fffdx Staff members Mlke Maharry Sallie lm Oberstag and Carole Junker rush to meet a copy deadline JOYCE FEDOR Faculty Edutor CHRISTINE HALL Office Secretary KATHY SEDOR Seniors Editor JUDY JANNER Offlce Secretary i JUDY CAILLE BARB LUCE Underclossmen Edltor Actwmes Edltor KAREN OLSEN LINDA BENN Artust Assistant Copy Edvtor MARSHA CUMMINGS Publlclty Edltor MIKE MAHARRY BETTY ROYAL Boys Sports Edlfof Girls Sports Editor DISCUSSING THEIR sales campangn ns the PIONEER sales commntee composed of Barb Luce Karen Johnson Betty Booth Bemta Twork lstandmgl Judy Janner John Lawser Mary Lou Stace Aaron McDonald lstandmgr Manlyn Surdyk Jane Hooven and Karen Dedo Not pictured Shellev Marshall 84 0 0 0 03 , . 1 is S' . 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X 5 . if Part Of Puttlng Out PIONEER A-.SO ...uf "R MRS CAROLYN MOON PJbllcatuons Adviser 'HQ PHOTOGRAPHY PLAYS an nmportant part un yearbook production PIONEER photographers Jlm Ludwig and Joe Perelra discuss plans with photography editor Sallie ImOberstag Not pnctured Chns Stafford Bob Cadez Mel Tabbert Early nn September the PIONEER staff under the guidance of Edutor Sue Sautter and sponsor Mrs Carolyn Moon began work on the 1959 yearbook At meetungs held after school on Mondays the book was planned and prepared Each sectuon edntor was responslble for planmng has sectron and makmg sure all pictures were taken Carole .lunker as copy edltor coordmated all wrutten maternal appearnng In the book Photo graphy Edntor Sallle lmOberstag arranged for the takung of all puctures Spearheadmg the publlcuty campaugn was Bemta Twork busmess manager Office secretarues helped when needed Productnon of a yearbook IS a complncated pro cess lt entanls months of work begunnung as soon 85 SUE SAUTTER CAROLE JUNKER Edrtor ln chief Assistant Editor Copy Edetor ,Qi BENUA TWORK SALUE nmoasnsmc Busmess Manager phogogmphy Educ, Organlzatlons Editor as school commences Each sectuon edutor holds the responsnbaluty of makung a dummy or blueprmt of each page un has section He must then see that all plctures are taken and all copy ns wrutten Copy IS typed at school and sent to the prmters where at IS set When returned the copy along wnth all pnctures must be pasted down on a cardboard page called a mountung board The page ns then sent to the prmters where nt IS prmted and assembled unto the completed book ln order to become a member of the PIONEER staff a student must be at least a lOA and must have taken Journalusm I or attended a publucatnons work shop rn the summer The work IS done completely on the students own txme after school or dursng study a O 51' l , , I . 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I ' ' h ll Typewriters Click As OBSERVER Staff POSTED ON THE all Important bulleltn board are such thmgs as page dummues and staff mallboxes Ilene Macnelewskn and Mrs Carolyn Moon tack up nottces Not Pictured ILENE MACIEJEWSKI l Reporter 2 Page 2 Edutor 'Q' .lUDl ELLIOTT 2 Copy Edutor Bi DAVE GOOD 2 Extra Page Edttor JANE HOOVEN JIM BALDWIN NANCY SMR 2 Reporter 2 Page 4 Edutor l COPY Ednof 2 Extra Page Editor 86 Buslly worlang nn a class held last hour everyday the OBSERVER staff publushed a weekly paper for free dustrlbutnon to the student body ond faculty The work was done entlrely by student lournallsts In co operatuon wnth the school prmt shop whnch prmted the paper Sue Foote led the furst semester staff as edltor rn chtef Guldrng the mneteen menber second semester staff one of the largest ever at Dearborn Hugh was Edntor Mlke Maharry Each OBSERVER staff member had certatn beats to cover every week He reported them at a staff meetmg held cach Fruday Monday mormng the edutornal board composed of the four page edutors and sponsor met to duscuss the comlng nssue and to assign stones All stones had to be turned tn sx days before the paper came out unless they occurred over the weekend MARY STACE MARILYN SURDYK 2 Reporter Z RSDOYSF GLEN ULUM 2 Copy Editor IRENE SANTE SALLY WOODWARD 2 Reporter 2 Reporter ELEANORE NOVACHOFF 2 Reporter :V r . - . . . . nt' X7 v , . 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I I A .2 E V 3' 54 2 E' is , e Works To Publish Paper Weekly gg 1 MR FRANK oAv1Es sue roots MIKE MAHARRY MRS CAROLYN MOON Prmtung Advuser 1 Edntorun chuef l P099 4 Edlfvf P"l:'l'w"on5 Advlser 2 Reporter After artucles were sent to the prmt shop they came back on long sheets of paper known as galleys to be read and corrected Before each paper was prvnted a proof of each page was sent to the publlcatlons office to be corrected More than a thou sand coples were then prxnted to be dlstrlbuted free of charge to the student body faculty and exchange schools Membershsp on the school newspaper comes after completung a semester of Journalnsm l wnth at least a B average Mrs Carolyn Moon was publlcatvons adviser Mr Frank Davles was print shop adviser 491 JANICE CHERUP 1 Reporter l Exchange Edltor 'I Reporter 2 Exchange Editor 2 Copy Edutor JUDY JANNER CAROLE JUNKER 2 Edltor In chlef CAROYN DUNLAP 1 Page 2 Edltor 3 X 2 Reporter A FAMILIAR SIGHT nn the publlcatlons offrce us the lme ofstoff members waning to speak IOIS MARTIN 'l Page 3 Edutor to Mrs Carolyn Moon 1 5,411- BARBARA KERSTEN 1 Copy Edutor CAROL sovnAK LINDA THOMAS 'I Reporter l Repoflef 2 Page 3 Edntor 2 Reporter 87 5 E "' Q I ' l . . . . - I Lg . . . . I ' 4 A 1 r ,,, - r , ' a - n "'g4m's.+.',lb , . f. U I Q U fl ll - - A ' E SUPREME COURT members John Scott, Barb Ciborowski, Chief Justice Jim Ragland, Tom Harrison, and Walt Sweitzer confer with Mr. Dean Challis, sponsor, concerning an approaching school election. A s Cx I ' 'Q .- e-'Y " 4 Sup reme Court And Taking charge of all student elections is the Supreme Court, this year presided over by Chief Justice Jim Ragland. Mem- bers serve from the time of their appoint- ment until graduation. The Student Coun- cil selects one student to replace each graduate so that there are always five iustices. Court members during 1958-59 in- cluded Walt Sweitzer and John Scott Uan- uary graduatesl, Tim Lake and Jim Bald- win fwho filled the vacant positionsl and Barb Ciborowski, Tom Harrison and Jim Ragland fwho served for the entire yearl. JIM RAGLAND JOHN SCOTT WALT SWEITZER Chief Justice fi' 1 'wif-3 "if 5' ' 'I Q52 I I A AA ' my i TOM HARRISON BARB cIsoRowsKI TIM LAKE JIM BALDWIN Foreign Exchange Students Fill Honorary Posts Q6 EVIE JO STORM ENJOYS her yearlong stay In Germany stays at the home of Wnelke Herman last years exchange student to D H S Q fa his has -9.1 iz any-am. lmqvfkx WINDING A MUSIC box In the shape of a Swlss chalet glves Andre Mnchaud a moments pause from studymg books about has homeland Swutzerland Beslde the books us hrs natronal flag DISPLAYING SOUVENIERS from her summer stay In Germany rs Loss Martm Her foster father O hofel manager gave her the natrve costume she wears Andre Mnchaud Dearborn Hrghs toreugn change student came to Amenca from Swntzerland as part of the Amencan Freld Service program In hrs native country he lrved on a farm un Orbe near Lausanne wnth two slsters lone beang hrs twmj and two brothers Andre graduated from the Scuentnhc Gymnasuum of Lausanne an old school converted from a hosputal an July of 1958 Whnle In school he took fvve years fthe equlvalent of sux semestersl of Englash and seven years fthe equivalent of elght semestersl of German He has spoxen French all hrs lute Andre wnll return home rn July Evlelo Storm has been spendlng the past year rn Luneberg Germany Sponsored by the Amencan Fruend Service she IS attendmg Dearborn Hugh s suster school Lots Martm also traveled to Germany but spent only the summer months there She lOOK advantage of the Amencan Faeld Servrce program Whrle an Germany Lonss foster parents took her through several European countnes She returned to Dear born Hugh for her 12A year I t , A h hgh , if t if ' . ii ' , My 6 . 4 ' , 5 Q A ' ' A She I . , . , , . . , . , eX- ffl f t 'S ' ' ' ' 'IQ' . . . -its I A ,, x in - V . N 197 , ' A VA I. 1: , H, A A... , , my - 3 1 , 1 g L Q. - A ,df ' ' l . , , . . . , , K? A -f . . ,Q f I x ' . , , Q if ,Q V . . . 1 ' 1 K , J 'vw , , . es ' H" ' L k gggettf s - .... . , .anxg "gg, , , V-f ss F - ' . vyf.. 'r ' ' ,. . . , - - 1 , 1 - - ' . Band And Choir Provlde DHS Wlth Many Vt? CHOIR FRONT ROW Doreen Dapprrch Mary Hatfneld Barbara Sovlak Caroll Wells BACK ROW Janus Morton Duane Jaskolow Gner Joann Padzneskl Sue Edwards Barb Conner Gayle DuBous sk: Sally Anderson Tom Morgan Charles Berger Walter Dubuckt Lmda Benn Bonme Bone ROW 2 Mlchaellne Duras Norene Pang Joanne Hulbert Joan Halversen Pat Ferguson Not pictured Ken born Gayle Porter Mlke Baad Mlke Reeb Duane Lundgren Carol leedy Kathy Sedor Dan Selby Campus Moods the chonrs flrst bug presenta tnon of the year was only one of the groups many pertormances Under the dlrectuon of Mr W Duane Smnth the students provnded musnc at commencement and the semu annual honors assemblles as well as at the Chrlstmas and sprung concerts The choir pre sented a famnly concert took part ID the all cnty con cert and vuslted varuous places during the year Membershrp an the chour comes after experience nn the begmmng and advanced glee clubs VOCALIZING CHOIR MEMBERS Walter Dubtckt, Carol Wells, Chuck Berger,Mr W Duane Smnth and, at PICUO, Joanne Hulbert, try out o new song 90 I Q . 3 1 , "l' " f M I ' B V S ell K 1 ll l h 5 1 l 1 Q ll' ' , ' s l f ' z lv l ll, I ll F I Q 3 N 0 S, 5 D M l I5 ' S ,, 5 V 1 I . . Concerts And Performances Concerts of various types, including the Christ- man and Family concerts, nine concerts for other schools, a part in "Campus Moods," football games, graduation-all displayed the talents of Dearborn High's band, conducted by Mr. Anthony Russo. Over fifty members composed the group. For those interested students who could not fit an hour for band into their schedules, before school sessions were held. In this way, such students could become band members although they had not taken the class during the day. .Ar Mr. Anthony Russo also conducted the orchestra , BAND: FRONT ROW: Diane Corpolongo, Susan Gilbreath, Jim Les' niak, Gary Bohas, Sue Anderson, Charlene Tinsley, Connie Hadrich, Audrey Finger, Diane Moran. ROW TWO: Pat Wyka, Phil Samuels, Ken Hanson, Carl Kurz, Roger Clark, Kurt Schneidewind, Margaret Hardin, Donna Daniels, Cookie Jefferson, Lettie Staples, Charlane Temple, Cathy Brownell. ROW THREE: David Dapprich, Bill Rich- ards, Dave Blyth, John Bolin, Marilyn Olasz, Chuck Feger, Steve 91 LEADING THE BAND are Suzy Hind, maiorette captain, Hal Denton,drum mc or, and Pat Blouse. HM 1 .-xx Unzicker, Don McLean, Hal Denton, George Hansel, Sandy Mac- Gregor, Dale Mclvor, Mal Hamilton, June Fetter. ROW FOUR: Alon Adams, Ed Petricko, Bob Baldori, David Biddulph, Bob Toth, Jerry Heber, Al Pilon, Pete Webster, Bob Rebain, Ed Cowling, Jerry War- ren, Paul Gonson, Niles Graden. BACK ROW: Ron Buckenburger, Charles Towle, Scott Rhodes, John Hansen, Doug Fawk, Jim Fleming, Randy Jones, Noel Fisher, John Berry, Mr. Anthony Russo, conductor. Not pictured: Betsey Wiley, Linda Chaput, Janice Cherup, Plays Feature Comedy As Theme, Ghosts PARKER lRalph Archboldl rs about to be carted off by a polnceman for dlsturbrng the peace whale Nancy ICOrlr1IeClarkl and Charlle IPauI Gansonl watch mtenselv Unaware to all but Nancy Nathanuel IHugh Campbell? ns also watchmg the actmty CHARLIE IPaul Gansonl becomes frustrated tryung to talk Parker IRalph Archboldl out of sending Nancy IConme Clarkl away because of her seelng and talkmg to ghosts whsle ghost Nathaniel IHugh Campbell? stands by amused by the happenings Do you belueve an ghosts? Although appeanng to be an Innocent question It proved to be quite slgmflcant un the all school play Gramercy Ghost Conme Clark por trayed Nancy Wullard an attractuve gurl haunted by three ghosts The play was a delightful comedy mterwoven wuth hnghlnghts of mystery Students of all grades composed the cast CAST LOIS MARTIN CONNIE CLARK RALPH ARCHBALD LINDA BENN Margaret Collms Nancy Wlllard Parker Barnett Augusta Ames Charlie Stewart Nathanlel Coombes Officer Morrison Irv a ghost Rocky a ghost Ambulance Drnver Assistant Drnver Gtr Phoebe PAUL GANSON a ghost HUGH CAMPBELL NILES GRADEN AARON MCDONALD KEN KOSTIELNEY CAROLE SPEWOCK UNA HARMS KAY BRUNNER DIANNE BIRCH . ' I . ll ' ' II' ' 1 II ll ' 1 ' ' 1 , ,. I , .. . ,. W . I , I n 1 , . . . . I 'I ,..,,. .... I , , I .. 92 Ancl Angels as Main Characters. A FAMILY dlscussnon occurs amonq Dnana Clump lLyr-do Kennedyl Augusta Applegate lMelmrla Adamsl Ruthte Teel lCarole Spewockl and Orpha Teel Uudy Lav nel Invadlng Dearborn Hugh s audltorlum on February 12 and 13 were three angels and several frustrated people How dnd they get there? They composed the cast of the sensor play Down to Earth Headmg the cast were Sue Cook Paul Ganson and Aaron McDonald portraymg the three angels Agnes Wllfred and one wanged Pllone respectively Melinda Adams as the wealthy spmster Augusta Applegate also held a starnng roe Pnlone possessnng the power to make people fall un love caused much trouble by creatmg a three snded romance be tween Rnchard Whnte lBull Rheaumel June Bromsley lDeanna More romance as found when Pllone charms Herman Howell llanny Kramerj and Augusta He htmself becomes lnfatuated wlth Duane Clump flynda Kennedy! and both eventually ascend Into heaven together Completing the thirteen member cast were Judy Lawne lOrpha Teell Joanna Young lMlllle Bromsleyj Ralph Arch bold lBaxter Bromsleyl and Nlles Graden lRobert Hanleyl Mr James Gallegher durected the play Frank Hayward as snsted as student dnrector 3 A FAMILY dnsagreement ensues between Augusta lMelmdaAdamsl and her relatives WHY RICHARD' Ruthse lCarole Spewockl exclanms to Rtchard lBtll Rheaumet as she falls un love wrth hum as a result of mlschevuous Pnlones meddlnng Angels Agnes lSue Cook? and one wmged Pvlone lAaron McDonald? ob serve Pnlone s work A I ' . . , . . ll II . I . I I . ' . . I . ' . I . I . l . I I . . . I Acel and Ruthie Teel lCarol Spewockl. I . . D I v - ' ll ll ' . 9 Thespian Play "Mrs. C A S T Mrs. Larue JOANNE RYCHLICKI Carrie MAUREEN WELLING Sybil LINDA BENN Evva Lewis MELINDA ADAMS Maude Lewis DOROTHY NOWKA Grace Lewis RUTH ARCHER Nelson NILES GRADEN Boy iHowayJ FRANK HAYWARD Chef fEllswortl'0 STEVE HACKETT Virgil WAYNE WARREN Dirty Joe MARTY SCHMITT Stinker BOB CHILDS Poison Eddie Schellenbach RALPH ARCHBOLD H0W'S 'T GOWG? C0S'UmeS give fun 'O CGS' membw- Mrs. schelienbqch NANCY svooecx Mimi DONNA BLANCHARD First Policeman TOM WAGNER Second Policeman HUGH CAMPBELL Mrs. McThing, Ugly Witch CATHY MCDANIEL Mrs. McThing, Beautiful Witch UNA HARM5 Highlighting a year of comedy on the stage was the comedy fantasy "Mrs. McThing." Perform- ing in the play, which was presented on April T6 and 17, were Thespians from Troop 586. The center of interest was concentrated on the charact- er of Mrs. McThing, a woman with a split person- ality, who was actually portrayed by two people. Following "Mrs. McThing" was a play presented also by the Thespians, "King Midas and the Golden Touch." The characters were played byThespian members. LOOKING OVER Cathy McDaniel's shoulder Ruth Archer applies make-up POISON EDDIE, despite Dirty Joe's disapproval, accepts Howay into the gong. McThlng and Assemblies Entertaun Students MISTRESS OF CEREMONIES Bemta Twork leads the audlence an the pledge of alleguance Her dutles nnclucle openmg assemblres and mtroducmg speakers EVER POPULAR Shortm Bread proves to be the hut of the Musrc Assembly when performed by the band with Mr Russo conductlng Assemblnes have always been a welcome part of the school year Some-such as the l0B oruentatron assemblies honors assemblles and those for student councll electrons are standard and are presented every year Others-luke the all school talent assembly concerts Amerlcan Field Servlce Gasarama and Jumor Achlevement were present ed as specnal programs dunng the past year Plannlng of all assemblles IS under the dnrectaon of the Student Councul assemblies committee thus year headed by Sandy Rovsek The commlttee whuch also rs responssble for selectnng noon movles as composed of one councul member from each half grade GASARAMA was the tttle of the assembly put on by the Mrchngan Consolrdated Gas Company to demonstrate the many uses of natural gas Wnth the audrtonum In dark ness gas burmng under water us demonstrated SINGING AT the all school talent assembly the Harmon ettes add thelr act to the show 95 O I I u - 1 u - ' I . 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H ' 1 u - Chapel And Speclal Awards Constltute MAY WE bow our heads nn prayer ns the KENDRA VanSCIEVER delnvers a SUE COOK Closeg chapel short sermon phrase Karen Johnson uses to open chapel servuce ru-qnarq nf CHAPEL COMMITTEE composed of Sue Danvllle Al Am merman Vlrgmla Korney and Karen Johnson plan all chapel services ACCOMPANYING ns Roberta Rogge Each Wednesday mormng at 8 00 Dearborn Hugh s audu tonum assumed a relnguous atmosphere whale the Y Teen and HIY groups presented nondenomnnatuonal chapel services Any person could take part un the program by gnvmg the opemng prayer scnptures sermon or closmg prayer Two students from each chapter compose the chapel com mnttee whuch planned the weekly servnces Karen Johnson and Vnrguma Korney shared the tntle of co chanrmen Mrs Ferne Anderson was sponsor Speclal holndays brought guest mnmsters from vanous churches to take part IH the program The chonr appeared on some occaslons Roberta Rogge accompanued all serv aces I O W il QA A . , ,X ll ' ll ' l , rm? 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I . 96 An Important Part Ol School Lute Aww NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FRONT ROW Lynda Lyne Joyce Fedor Sue Cook Gayle DuBous Barbara Cuborowsku Lunda Thomas ROW TWO Sue Danvulle Bonnue Bone Kathy Sedor Betsy Wuley Sandra Rovsek Carolyn Dunlap Lunda Benn Nancy Howard BACK ROW Paul Ganson Pat Ferauson Judy Drapack Nancy Spodeck Mary Schmudt Joanna Young Sue Foote Lanny Kramer Not puctured Sue Sautter Joanne Hulbert Sallue ImOberstag Suzanne Hund Jum Knappenberger Carol Sovuak Sally Anderson Nancy Suler A SCHOI-ASTIC ART Gold key wunners unclude FRONT ROW Jo Hutchinson Karen Sprey Sharon Martundale BACK ROW Bull Moranuec Dale Steunke Gay Murrull Mary I-ee Kemp Carol MCGH-'W Joanne Hulbert Jeff Wulluamson and Nuck Sawchuk Not puctured gre Chuck Rugdon Mary Lou Akmcn Joanne Rakecku Chrus Stafford Gnd Bob Carroll 12A NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS FRONT ROW Walt Sweutzer Judy Haelele lous Martun Cathy Brownell John Scott BACK ROW Norma Fell Muruel Rutulla Bruce Ford Sharon McClellan Not puctured John Harley Recognutuon for students who have achueved scholastucally and whose partucu patuon un extracurrucular actuvutues has been outstandung can be obtauned by unductuon unto Natuonal Honor Socuety Formal unutuotuon us held twuce a year at the honors assembly In order to become eluguble for the socuety one must mauntaun a B over age and be at least an 'IIA Scholastuc art awards are presented annually by the Crowley Mulner Company Thus year 30 Dearborn Hugh students re ceuved some type of recognutuon rangung from Nuck Sawchucks Hallmark Nomuna tuon ffor one of the fuve best entrues un the enture shawl to blue rubbons gold keys and certulucates Quull and Scroll us an unternatuonal gournalustuc socuety honorung those who ex cel un hugh school gournalusm Students may be taken unto the organuzatuon bu an nually Carolyn Dunlap and Sue Sautter look over the current ussue of Quull and Scroll magazune 97 0 . ,mf 7 A W... 11 , . 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I I n 1 I n ,, . u, - fQCIl1IZCll'IOI1 Learmng does nof come enfnrely from books buf ns also a resulf of pracfucal experlence and oufsnde acflvlhes The forch of exfracurrlcular acfuvuhes burns brlghfly af DI-'S Added enloymenf comes fo each day fhrough exfra acfnvnhes IH fhe form of clubs and organlzaflons Various falenfs and In feresfs can be developed affer school hours are over Orgamzaflons provide relaxaflon affer a day of group umfy as fhe sfudenfs work fogefher Wr+h pracflce In working wlfh ofhers comes fhe develop menf of a beffer lndlvndual one who wlll fund a place for himself In soclefy affer leaving hugh school Bullehn boards fhroughouf fhe school publlcuze fhe work of fhe various organlzaflons Duane Voll mer Charlane Temple Carole Speler and Jenny Basfon confrlbufe fo fhe final complefuon of Lafm Clubs bullehn board 98 U . work. The organizafions bring abouf a feeling of '-'uf :M W 1 hnouqg T I . I ff - 1 I S 1 3 ! rs 5 i i K 1 Q Z L 5 i 1-tt A-1 4 Q gfivi 'L es ORACK Hl Y FRONT ROW AI Ammerman secretary Chuck Chap man chaplm Lynn Imus presldent Mlke Maharry vnce presudent Walter Dublckr treasurer Mr Gorden Keyser sponsor ROW TWO Jeff Wllllamson Tom Harnson Jlm Ragland John Baugh Pat Clark Tony Smokovutz Harry Patton Jlm Stewart ROW THREE Howie Orack Hn-Y Booster Wmkworth Gary Columbus Bob Frlgerlo Ron Parsons Duck Mere dlth Denms Belester Melvln Ruokolalnen Mlke Youngs BACK ROW Frank Peters Pat Wyka Ted Kelly Fred Zunnbauer John Ecclestane Jnm Baldwm Larry Morawa Bull Ahlstrom Mert Hornbuckle Club Combme Servlce HI Y MEMBERS make It Orack was the only Hu Y chapter actuve thus year lt was headed by Presldent Lynn lmus and the teacher sponsor Mr Gordon Keyser The boys were strlvlng to promote better Chnstuan fellowshap and good Christian character Presenting the entnre Hu Y Carmval par tlclpatung In chapel servnces gomg to the Wayne County School for Crnppled Chnl dren glvlng food baskets to the Penrnckton Center for the Blnnd and to needy famulues all helped to keep the boys busy through and here It as the center deoratuon for 'IO out the year the Hu Y dance 1 - an 0 .4 M' 4 .4 O V 'gl 1 4 j ff it "' 5 N- x six 'H x -sf -: 1 1 I ' 1 '1 1 1 , ', , 1 1 ' I 1 1 1 - 1 , 1- 1 - f 1 1 1 1 .l 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 - I , . I ' 0 0 , . . I . 1 1 3: , 7 3 -3 5 BOOSTER CLUB: FRONT ROW: L. Mary Olsen, sponsor: Virginia Korney, vice-president, Sue Danville, president, Karen Bartell, secre- tary, Karen Johnson, treasurer. ROW TWO: Janice Barron, Joy Con- well, Candy Hermanson, Linda Benn, Janet Graveline, Pat Hillen, Pam Raffaele, Diane Carpolongo, Marty Keown. ROW THREE: Amy Olsen, Sharon Garrison, Linda Wilson, Alice Benson, Pat Schlosser, Barbara Rounds, Jean Berutti, Ruth Oster. ROW FOUR: Maryann Proiects With Fun Q6 6 Miller, Pat Haggerty, Kris Denecke, Connie Hadrich, Kathy Edwards Anne Bromesberger, Mary Gustafson, Carol Sovialr, Christine Hall Joyce Matrack. BACK ROW: Judy Caille, Judy Drapack, Kathy Jan dasek, Pat Ferguson, Edithann Boudreau, Judy Janner, Barbara Bol ton, Sharon Hall, Betty Booth, Sandra Beall, Liz Stephens. Not pictured: Mary Jane Johannes. President Sue Danville ancl the sponsor, Mrs. L. Mary Olsen, headed Booster Club throughout the year. By hanging posters and banners around the school, the mem- bers succeeded in promoting school spirit and maintaining high attendance at school games. PARENTS OF basketball team members were introduced l to the fans as part af the "Parents'Night" activities spon- sored by the Booster Club. Planning Dad's Day at a home basket- ball game, providing buses to many away games and sending food to needy families were proiects carried out. JUDYJanner presents the Christiansens as part of "Parents' Night." 'Hn A Delta Phi, EPI. . . , Omega Y-Teens Perform i .gg - :mes EPSILON Y-TEENS: FRONT ROW: Joanne Rakecki, ICC: Carole Spewock, program chairman: Virginia Korney, vice-president: Yvette Quemere, president: Sandra Pippel, secretary, Sue Foote, treasurer: Miss Lillian Wolock. ROW TWO: Jan DeHaven, Carole lark, Candy Hermanson, Nancy Engel, Linda Heller, Marlene Ferrier, Judy Glenn, Janet Sayre, Barbara Carter, Lynn Naragon, Barbara Wines, Linda Wiseman. ROW THREE: Barb Conner, Colleen Riley, Nancy Tennant, Sharon Reed, Joan Huard, Pat Beck, Kay Schnell, Janet Cross, Linda Thomas, Betty Sabo, Corda Vitas, Sharon Garrison, Marlene Ta- Upholding Christian living through the fellowship of women and girls is the aim of the three Y-Teen chapters: Delta Phi, led by Mary Schmidt, EPI . . . lEpsilon Phi lotal presided over by Yvette Quemere, and Omega, guided by Kendra VanSciever. All three clubs have parent sponsors who are Mrs. Wilma Ferguson, Mrs. Olga Scorpace and Mrs. Doreen VanSciever, respectively, as well as teacher sponsors Miss Yetieve Guldner, Mrs. Lilliam Wollock, and Miss Lois Wagner. Activities of the three groups include conducting chapel service, having social events, supporting a grandmother and participating in various other serv- ice proiects. 102 vella. ROW FOUR: Kay Nantau, Betty Ann Smith, Muriel Rutila, Sue Cook, Polly Hefley, Mary Gustafson, Sue Brooks, Jerre Breckon, Gayle Newman, Una Harms, Dianne Wood, Scarlett Andrews, Gayle Wilkinson. BACK ROW: Sandy Fink, Nancy-Jill Allen, Eva Hercher, Gayle Porter, Laurie Scorpace, Sandy Taylor, Joan Halversen, Diane Jaskolowski, Marlee Haynes, Susan Sarkozy, Betty Booth, Karen Johnson, Bonnie Makowski, Cathy Brownell. Not pictured: Linda Law, Sally Trego. E l' N fa '-K"--my t, Service Proiects, Hold Social Events S is-fx., ' T DELTA PHI Y-TEENS: FRONT ROW: Sandi MacDonnell, program chairman: Joan Norris, secretary, Mary Schmidt, president, Dorothy Monroe, vice-president, Judy Janner, treasurer, Sue Danville, ICC, ROW TWO: Miss Yetieve Guldner, sponsor, Linda Boky, Carole Nowak, Pat Wollam, Linda Benn, Pam Callam, Doreen Dapprich. ROW THREE: Linda Lyne, Mary Titley, Judy Rychlicki, Judy Howell, Joanne Joseph, Sharon Allen, Ruth Clark, Nancy Howard, Trudy Faber, Pat Blouse. ROW FOUR: Judy Brown, Marsha Cummings, Carol Brumo, Margaret Corbett, Carol Superko, Connie Clark, Karen Olsen, Barb Hammond, Nancy Elliott, Karen Bartell, Jan Cheetham, Sue LaBeau. BACK ROW: Irene Sante, Cathy McDaniel, Sharon Mc- Clellan, Barb Sale, Sue Sautter, Pat Ferguson, Jenny Baston, Carol Rice, Darlene VanDyke, Judy Lawrie, Diane Fleming, Linda Bross, Beverly Risk, Judith Brown. Not pictured: Sharon Asmus, Mona Mills, Nancy Smith. it OMEGA Y-Teens: FRONT ROW: Mary Ann Gowing, ICC: Jane San- born, ICC: Janice Sayre, treasurer, Kendra VanSciever, president, Bonnie Bone, vice-president: Jan Flaherty, secretary, Sandra Doman, program chairman: Joan Konkoleski, historian. ROW TWO: Suzy Hind, Carlene Brackel, Karen Lowe, Alice Rowe, Sally Woodward, Joanne Pinniger, Joy Conwell, Marilyn Liebold, Cindy Riley, Janet Gravlin, Alice Butler, Maurine Gaehmann. ROW THREE: Ann Brill- hart, Carol Pfeiffer, Connie Coombes, Kathy Hering, Carolyn Dun- lap, Sue Zvoch, Frances DeLuca, Marilynne Brown, Janet Peterson, r f Juleen Roffina, Carol L. Wells, Roberta Rogge, Gerry Wollam, Audrey Finger. ROW FOUR: Melinda Adams, Barb Luce, Jane Hooven, Judy Stewart, Judy Tappero, Peggy Panter, Diane Dittman, Judi Elliott, Kathi Ruddiman, Dianne Brown, Laurie Coombes, Gwen Casper, Sandra Ravsek, Barbara Salomonson. BACK ROW: Roberta Callender, Jalan Steffler, Sue Georgia, Carole Junker, Linda Suth- erland, Shirley Robinson, Karen Dedo, Sally Anderson, Nancy Love, Janet Phillips, Marge Stevens, Sara Lockhart, Jean Walker, Donna Blanchard, Not pictured: Lana Mihon, Joan Redinger. 103 GAA SOPHOMORES FRONT ROW everly Blouse Barbara Szkutnlckt Bonnie Fraser Amy Olsen Carole Speser Janet Gravelnne Chrrst Stafford ROW lmer Carol Smlth Sue Hyde BACK ROW Susan Hull Sue Fulkerson Kathy Edwards Carol Schnaufer Charlane Temple Betty Royal Sharon Sullivan Barb Beckwrth Garls work together to uphold honor loy alty and good sportsmanship through mem bershup In the Girls Athletic Assocnatlon The club under the dnrectnon of Presadent Carolyn Dunlap and sponsors Muss Phyllus Savage and Mrs Lnllnan Walker sponsors all mtramural sports Members also present a sem: annual awards banquet and candle lrght mltlatlon ln order to secure membershlp In the or gamzatuon gurls must earn ponnts through partucnpatuon nn mtramural sports Once members they may manage and captam teams and offncuate at games GAA Varslty Club Govern Sports GAA SENIORS FRONT ROW Betty Booth treasurer Joyce Fedor secretary Carolyn Dunlap presldent Sallle lmOberstag vlce president ROW TWO Barbara Carter, Margaret Flemmg, Pat Blouse, Sally Menge, Suzy Hind, Mrs Lnlllan Walker, sponsor ROW THREE Roberta Rogge, Sharon Garrlson, Landa Thomas, Sue Danville, Barbara CIb0fOWSkl, Sandra Rovsek BACK ROW Sue Cook, Cathy McDanlel, Sue Sautter, Judy Janner Cathy Brownell, Judy Dra pack, Judy Rychlnckn Not plctured Kathy Sedor, Sheula Csazmansks 104 S . 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TWO: Sandy Beecraft, Jane Burch, Sonia Zimmerman, Joyce Blan, Diane Vol- : l , . : ' , I ' ' I 1 l 1 o I 3 4' an 'S l S- fl " "' Q , l , 5 -, - ' l e 4' ' C Y : I , I I I we 3 if if 7 VARSITY CLUB FRONT ROW Mr Harold Manley SpOnS0f Walt Hornbuckle Bull Rheaume Norm Burghardt Dennis Belester Denms Sweltzer president John Harley vrce presudent Walter Dubuckl Golbesky Mel Ruokolalnen BACK ROW Lanny Kramer Pat Wyka Secretory ROW TWO Harry Patten Tom Harruson Fred Speuer Tom Myall Bob Ochs Larry Morawa Jum Thompson Bruce Ford Mike Maharry Joseph Lumetta Tum Lake Don Moore Frank Kutney John Chrrstuansen ROW THREE Jack Arnfreld Calvm Cooke James Calluson Mert Harold Manley and Mr Jack Johnson were sponsors By earmng a varsnty letter nn any of the mne recognuzed sports and by experrencung the unmatron an athlete may become a member of the Varsity Club Walt Sweltzer and Werner Lehmann each spent a semester as presldent M Presentmg therr dance Varsity Drag was the largest progect of the year The club attempts to promote school spurnt and an active nnterest ln sports Achvlhes Of Student Body GAA JUNIORS FRONT ROW Maurlne Goehmann, Bonnie Bone, Nancy Elllott, Callle, Gerry Hanrahan, Margaret Gllmour, Mlss Phyllis Savage, soonsor ROW Jean Beruttl, Collen Rlley, Joan Konkalesks, Pat Lendzuon, Marrlynne Brown, Engelder, Duane Clark ROW THREE Duane Ksemele, Peggy Panter, Nancy Sller, Dlttman, Gall Spencer, Sue Brooks, Barb Luce, Kay lmOberstag, Charne Plerce ROW Mary Kay Alexander, Sara Lockhart, Sally Hallen, Nancy Marlock, Ellen Judy TWO Carol Duane BACK Kelley, Vlrgnma Korney, Jud: Elliot, Janet Phnllups, Margaret Corbett, Jean Walker Not plc tured Joan Redmger 'IO 5 2 X I 3 ', . s , A1 I . S, v ' k 4 , f U 6. . A 3 , K L X l 5 D 3 l C I - T x T .K A . My ' ,px I , 1 ll I ' y T '- g I A-wr - . . . . . . - ll ' N O I I I J S j X a. O 1. -H-. 'A ,, , 4 , tl I ' . lr ' T Students Learn Of Vocations, Practice Acquainting students in the teaching profession is the purpose of the future club, guided by Presi- dent Nancy Spodeck and the spon- sor, Mrs. Margaret Hess. Speakers plus field trips to the Baptist Children's Home and vari- ous other places helped educate Y' the girls in the Future Teachers Club. F995 FUTURE TEACHERS: FRONT ROW: Gail Spencer, treasurer, Jill Markley, secretary, Nancy Spodeck, president: Gayle Wilkinson, vice-president: Benito Twork, corresponding secre- tary: Joanne Hulbert, librarian. ROW TWO: Maurine Goehmann, Jan De'Hoven, Mar- garet Fleming, Diane Van Vliet, Gerry Wollam, Sharon Tuller, Barbara Wines. ROW THREE: Mrs. Margaret Hess, sponsor, Mary Keown, Frances Burns, Mary Mitchell, Julia Martin, Dale Coughlan, Beverly Bargert, Carol Graveline. BACK ROW: Mary Shelly, Susan Hill, Sue Dowedite, Margaret Hardin, Judy Sauer, Susan Gilbreath, Cathy Brown- ell, Deanna Ace. Not pictured: Carol Pilzninski, Margie White. Gaining further knowledge con- cerning nursing careers is the main goal of the Future Nurses Club, led by Ellen Kelley, president, and Mrs. Joan Ewing, school nurse. Activities throughout the year in- cluded attending meetings in dif- ferent schools, listening to speakers and visiting the Michigan School of Nursing. 2 Q Q .. Q - L FUTURE NURSESQ FRONT ROW: Mrs. Joan Ewing, sponsor: Marilyn Surdyk, treasurer, Ellen Kelley, president: Kay lmOberstag, secretary: Janet Gravlin, vice-president. ROW TWO: Nancy Ott, Marilyn Mohr, Kathleen Campbell, Judy Schneider, Jonette Taipale, Sharon Matyas, Sharon Moycock. ROW THREE: Carol Engelder, Maureen Tomasik, Sharon Mazguth, Diane Moran, Becky Hudec, Muriel Rutila. BACK ROW: Sarah Hardin, Mary Lou Stace, Carol Corwin, Elaine Fassero, Janet Rathbun, Linda Sutherland, Lois Young. Not pictured: Doreen Kemp, Mary Kennedy. 106 Cross Social Work In Future Clubs, Red Developing the individual through planning and carrying out activi- ties related to homemaking is the goal of the Future Homemakers Club. It was led by Judy Janner, president, and Miss Margaret Wil- .-': , ' son, sponsor. Club members went to a florist shop, studied interior decorating at -2 a furniture store and listened to a , model and a speaker from the '- Edison Company. The girls dressed r j cheer dolls and baked Christmas cookies for the people at Wayne County General Hospital. ' . ' ' in Us We lag, 'Inq gggfgffgfffigg ga -ir' ' J T N' U fggfggggggngggefg FUTURE HOMEMAKERS: FRONT Row: Marilyn Liebold, recording secretory: shawn Tuller, vice-president: Judy Janner, president, Betty Booth, corresponding secretary: Janet s gggUgggHgg:l3 Graveline, treasurer. ROW TWO: Miss Margaret Wilson, sponsor, Bonnie Fraser, Jean Brush, Sandy Beecraft, Dianne Birch, Diane Corpolongo, Barbara Wines. ROW THREE: Gayle Wilkinson, Mary Hatfield, Caroline Simitz, Alice Benson, Elizabeth Stephens, Karen Sprey, Erma Borsa. BACK ROW: Maryann Miller, Jan Jacobs, Mary Ann Farber, Bar- . barn BgItgn,bN:ncy Sppldeck, Jcg?1etkRath:i1n, Cwnie Hadrich, Roberta Callender. Not 'picture Q: or ers en, ilrgima im us, esey iey. 2333325322335 " S: -w t f: Jerry Warner served as president ' of the Junior Red Cross Council which Miss Dorothy Wolfe assisted " as sponsor. This service club is lf-Q ' composed of one representative from each homeroom. Proiects handled during the year included sponsoring a book drive, sending three students to a leader- ship training camp, sending ten x : -w representatives to Detroit as a dis- JUNIOR RED CROSS: FRONT ROW: John Iseman, attendance taker, Jerry Warner, president: Andre Michaud, vice-president: Barb Line, secretary. ROW TWO: Miss Doro- thy Wolfe, sponsor, Ann Brillhart, Nancy Tennant, Judy Schneider, JoAnn Noe, Dianne Birch, Liz Shaw. BACK ROW: Lorrayne Kuhn, Kay ImOberstag, Susan Gilbreath, Diane Moran, Meg Nilsson, Lois Young, Sallie lmOberstag. 107 aster crew for training in case of a disaster and preparing a chest to be sent abroad. Organizations Give Students Opportunity D THESPIANS FRONT ROW Lois Martin secretary Frank Hayward president Carole Spewock treasurer Judy Haefele vice president ROW TWO Mr James Gallagher sponsor Linda Benn Joanne Rychlicki Betty Saba June Archer ROW THREE Deanna Ace Marty Schmidt Melinda Adams Donna Blanchard Sandra Rovsek BACK ROW Nancy Spodeck Tom Wagner Wayne Warren Stephen Hac Leadmg Dearborn Highs higher drama tics group Thespran Troupe 586, was Pres :dent Frank Hayward and Mr James Gal Iagher, sponsor In order to become a Thespian 100 hours of work in Dramatic: Club are needed Performance in the Thespuan play and childrens play as well as committee work on all other plays constituted the work of a Thespuan Attempting to Interest students an dra matics and presenting the opportumty to work on all phases of drama express the mam oblectnves of the Dramatrcs Club President June Archer led the club along with Mr James Gallagher as adviser kett Ron Schmidt Working on committees for all plays presented during the year members of the club earn the points needed to progress into the Thespian troupe DRAMATICS CLUB: FRONT ROW: Linda Wiseman, secretary, Dianne Birch, vice-president, Ruth Archer, president: Dorothy Nowka, trea- surer. ROW TWO: Sandra Kiel, Pat Hillen, Marilyn Mohr, Joanne Kao, Pat Schlosser, Janette Taipale, Jo Hutchinson, Janet LoVigne, Mr. James Gallagher. ROW THREE: Kay Brunner, Karen Myall, J0Gr1r1 108 rv Padiieski, Maureen Welling, Sue Edwards, Anne Bamesberger, Susan Moore, Mary Mitchell, Nancy Arcy. ROW FOUR: Mary Ann Farber, Susan Gilbreath, Kathy Jandasek, Ralph Archbold, Edithann Boudreau, Hugh Campbell, Niles Graden, Meg Nilsson, Diane Moran, Judi Elliott. Appreclate Creatlve Arts ART CLUB FRONT ROW Bob Cadez vrce presldent Carol McGraw secretary Gale Napuer presudent Lynda Kennedy treasurer Mr Don Cruner soonsor ROW TWO Cyn thra Hadde Sharon Martundole Carol Boyer Sue Anderson Mary Lou Akmon Judy Rychlrckr Sharon Garrlson Chns Stafford BACK ROW Antomette Tront Judy Tappero Connle Hadrlch Mary Lee Kemp Bull Moramec Sharon Hall Sue Georgna Dlana Cassmu Wnth members meetmg to promote fnne arts the sent the Chnstmas dance and attendung the Detrout Fme Arts Club prospered under the leadershup of Hustorlcal Museum were the mam prolects of the Presldent Gaul Napier wnth the ossnstance of Mr year The club also made possuble workshops an the Donald Crmer sponsor evemng so art students could work on prolects Sponsormg the sprung art show helpmg to pre TWO STUDENTS who sent their work to the Crowley Art Show as Defrost are Mary Kemp and Chrls Stafford Hefe they dlsplay some of the prlze wmnnng work DRAWING PLANS for a plece of art to be guven to the school I5 the flrst step In this motor protect of the Art Club 'I09 O I i rv A If Y Q rf if J' ' i -...- ,-, ' 3 1 ' I 1 I 1 1 1 I . , D . : - I 1 1 1 1 , 1 - : , , 7 I I I I I . I , I . . , - 4 A 1 1 X4 A. 1 km Clubs Develop Interest, Increase Knowledge SPANISH CLUB: FRONT ROW: Sarah Lockhart, secreta ry, Judith Brown, treasurer, Mrs. Judy Ibrahim, sponsor, Alice Butler, president, Dona Barcy, program Woodward, Sandy Fox Corlene Brackel, Barb Dick Dillinder, Nancy garet Cragg, Kathleen chairman. ROW TWO: Nancy Ott, Sally Lynda Baker, Joy Venditty, Marilyn Liebold, Hildebrandt. ROW THREE: Janice Waskin, Elliott, Jean Berutti, Linda Brandon, Mar- Campbell, Linda Boky, Ann Peters, Sandra Barnes. ROW FOUR: Barbara Rounds, Frances DeLuce, Marilynne Brown, Sallie lmOberstag, Mary MacArthur, Muriel Rutila, Sandy Furthering their knowledge of the Spanish culture is the goal toward which Spanish Club, also known as "Los Amigos," strives. Alice Butler led the group as president, Mrs. Judy Ibrahim served as sponsor. Planning a dance with the other language clubs, holding a Scotch auction and making Spanish Christmas cards are samples of the yeor's activities. LATIN CLUB: FRONT ROW: Margaret Hardin, secretary, Janet Cross, vice-president, Robert Cushman, president, Linda Thomas, at- tendance chairman, Ruth Archer, treasurer, Mrs. Mildred Koch, sponsor. ROW TWO: Linda Wiseman, Janet Graveline, Karen Heil, Carole Speier, Jean Brush, Marian Handley, Marty Canon, Sharon Matyas, Greg Northrup, Bob Baldori. ROW THREE: Nancy Howard, Diane Vallmer, Carol Graveline, Mary Shelly, Becky Hudec, Maryann Fink, Karen Gardner, Barbara Grier, Sue Hyde, Trudy Faber. ROW FIVE: Betty Ann Smith, Jean Walker, Beverly Risk, Margaret Urban- iak, Ken Lutz, Jim Forsyth, Sue Fulkerson, Sally Hallen, Gayle New- man, Kay ImOberstog. BACK ROW: Sharon Mazguth, Marlee Haynes, Sandy Saltern, Betsy Smith, Claude Dillard, George Gliga, Alan Adams, Vic Raviolo, Judy Lawrie, Sue Sangerl, Jeanne Arnold. Not pictured: John Emmert, vice-president, Jack Nichols, Karen Se- bert, Betsey Wiley. Heading the activities of Latin Club, also called the Junior Classical League, were the annual Roman banquet and the observing of Latin Week. Speak- ers and games were featured at meetings which were presided over by President Bob Cushman. Mrs. Mildred Koch was sponsor for the group Miller, Dorothy Nowka, Pat Lendzion, June Archer, Ruth Oster,. ROW FOUR: Nancy Siler, Maureen Welling, Jerry Heber, Sarah Hardin, Tam Bagott, Charlane Temple, William Baker, Kay ImOber- stag, Nancy-Jill Allen. BACK ROW: Jenny Boston, Peter Cooper, Deane Briggs, Glen Ulum, Keith Skytta, Robert Ciupak, Neil Savage, Frank Gallagher, Judy Janner, Pat Quinlan. Not pictured: Sue Davis. an vw " if' r .1- 9' C A -is s ,f nr, 4, tg---1 Of French, German, Latin And Spanish Q , RJ FRENCH CLUB FRONT ROW: Una Harms, treasurer, Sandi MacDon- nell vice president Joan Norris, president, Carol Pfeiffer, secretary. ROW TWO Marty Keown, Gwen Gertz, Linda Frank, Jean Brush, Karen Bartell Connie Clark, Charrie Pierce, Gerry Hanrahan. ROW THREE Chris Stafford Nancy Roughley, Peggy Pheney, Donna Blanchard Peggy Tolonen, Jan Towne, Melinda Adams, Nancy Arcy, Under the direction of President Joan Norris and Mrs. Marion VanOssenbruggen, sponsor, interested French students partici- pated in French Club. Taking a trip to the Detroit Institute of Arts, eating dinner at a French restaurant and helping to sponsor Christine Hall. ROW FOUR: Anne Worden, Mary Gustafson Judy Tappero, Joan Peterson, Stephanie Hollis, Bonnie Makowski Joanne Hulbert, Barbara Szemborski, linda Bross, Jane Burch. BACK ROW Carole Junker, Mary Walter, Mary Schmidt, Michael Rutkowski Drake Lochmiller, Jan Gollon, Andre Michaud, Don Brazls Lois Young, Karen Myall. the language clubs' dance constituted some of the club's activities. Watching slides of France, speaking the language and playing French games help the club to fulfill its pur- pose of furthering the knowledge of the French people. Nancy Smith, president, and Mrs. Mildred Koch, sponsor, supervised the year's meet- ings of German Club, also known as "Deut- sher Verein." The club's purpose is to ac- quaint members with the German language and culture. Variety in meetings was attained by view- ing films from the German Consulate, hear- ing speakers, attending a World Adventure Series film and staging a Scotch auction. GERMAN CLUB: FRONT ROW: John Lawser, treasurer, Delores Nagy, secre- tary, Miss Jane Hicks, sponsor, Bill Bunting, attendance officer, Bob Ochs, vice- president. ROW TWO: Maurine Goehmann, Sandra Priebe, Helen Heinemann, Ruth Oster, Roberta Rogge, Margaret Gilmour. ROW THREE: Caroline Simitz Ron Emmert, Maureen Welling, Don Moore, Anne Bomesberger, Alex Stefanoff, Nancy Howard. BACK ROW: Maury Dean, Melvin Tabbert, Bob Lorenz, Frank Peters, Robert Cushman, Sam Vasiu, Ralph Archbold, Warren Stretke Not pictured: Nancy Smith, president. r r: Q'?'.c3,f'w-s W- ' M YC' KJ ' aa. 1 N-I if For all students mterested nn the collectung of stamps and coms the Stamp and Com Club serves the purpose Pot Danna presuded as president durmg the past year Mr Neck Pappas was sponsor Actuvltles of the club mcluded buymg sellung and tradmg stamps and coms, attendmg stamp exhub nts and com shows arrangmg dns plays and maknng avanlable lutera ture and prlce lusts to club members The clubs bug progect of the year was helpmg to sponsor the Chrust STAMP AND COIN FRONT ROW Al Krlll secretary Mr Nick Pappas sponsor Frank Peters treasurer llbranan ROW TWO Bob Zemmckas Ned Salusbury Clif Ferguson Duck Schultz Ron Marguttay BACK ROW Bob Slgler Stephen Hackett Chuck Berger Tom Arnold Dave Jenkins Al Langlols Not puctured Pat Danna president Fellowshnps Supply Outlet jf' C RECORD REVIEW FRONT ROW Dorothy Nowka, sergeant-at-arms John Kane, trea surer, Jlm Knappenberger, president, Dave Ingles, vrce presldent, Norene Pangborn, secretary ROW TWO Lmda Wiseman, Bev Noonan Bob Zemnlckas, Jerry Heber, Paul Ganson, Lynn Naragon BACK ROW John Walz, Nnles Graden, Lanny Kramer, Dave Garden, Chuck Berger, Dave Good, Bob Kllgus, Mr Nlck Pappas, sponsor 112 For lndlvldual Through the efforts of Presndent Jnm Knappenburger and sponsor Mr Nuck Pappas wnth the assnstance of club members Record Revuew developed a new format for meet ungs It consnsted of a report on the phase of musuc to be studned and samples of the musuc followed by a dnscussnon penod For nts mam actnvuty Record Re vnew sponsored the Chnstmos dance along wlth the Fme Arts Club and the Stamp and Com Club s lu Q n I P K I . , , , . . 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X 'r , x .,, ':, - ,I Q . . -1 3 - Q 'J 417, Ax' X A I", g 19x 5' , - " ATOMIC SCIENCE CLUB FRONT ROW Rrchcrd Welch sponsor Sautter Norma Fell Mary Keown BACK ROW John Harley Bruce John Scott vrce presrdent treasurer Joanna Young recording sec Ford Ralph Edwards Larry Morawa Wayne Warren Nell Savage retary Lanny Kramer presrdent John Lawser corresponding secre Larry Kazanowskr Not plctured Nancy Smlth tary ROW TWO Paul Ganson Cathy Brownell Mrke Baod Sue Ambrtnous students arrrved at school at 7 OO a m each Tuesday mornrng to attend Atomuc Scrence Club Lanny Kramer was presrdent Mr Rnchard Welch sponsor Mr Kenneth Graves and Mr Russell Gwrn nell served as consultants Conducted sumrlar to a class thus club helped to nnstlll an Interest rn scrence and enable students to work with atomrc elements Each member was re 11 3 Isotopes ATOMIC Scrence Club members were Introduced to actrvrtres rnvolvrng radro Isotopes qurred to complete one prolect durrng the year Several rodro Isotopes were sent from the Harvard Medrcal School to be studred and used Membershrp requrrements rnclude mauntaunung a B average rn mathematrcs and scrence and benng screened by the sponsors The club was Irmrted to 20 so the number of vacancres determrned the number of people who could 'om TAKING A genger counter readrng of a radroactrve gera mum leaf rs one of Norma Fell s protects rnvolvmg rar: o ,W S 'G If ,My jbffgjil lid ,W jj fffcpijl fffvluyv CXX C port School spiral' shlnes brlghfly ln rhe rorch of vrc fory Team sprri+ and good spor+smanshlp provide fhe fuel fo lreep ihe flame glowing Whefher fhe game is won or losf as no+ fhe lmporfani' pomf H as 'rhe a+h+ude of fhe feam members and spec+a fors fhai' maH'ers As long as fhelr aHi+ude is good fhe forch will burn brugh+ly wlfhoui' fear of fading. Sfudenfs may parficipafe in a variefy of spor+s, ranging from foofball and baslce+ball +o swimming and wresfling. The new equipmenf and good coach ing encourages par+icipan+s and large crowds. Lasi' year, 1'he firsi' Huron Rouge Valley all spor+s frophy was awarded 'ro Dearborn High for +he bes'r all around spor+s parficipafion Confinued vicfornes will enable Dearborn fo win +he 'rrophy for +he second consecufive year Spedafors fill fhe gymnasium during baskelball season +o encourage 'rheir +eam fo win. Shou+s and cheers re echo lhroughour +he vas+ room as a feammafe shoois a baslce+. He is lighiing +he flame of vicfory. 114 ,. 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Q ' 'Jig' x I A1532 I lf. , E 1 3' al ,X ,fl I 1 Sz E ag ' .Aw V Z iv agp- 5 M E ,L wi ES ,ma QP wb f 'Wh 4 VARSITY FOOTBALL FRONT ROW Manager Frank Gallagher Fred Spener Frank Kutney Walt Sweltzer Co captam Walt Dublcku Co captaln Werner Lehmann Joe Lumetta Jeff Wal lramson Denms Belester Lynn Imus ROW 2 Jam Calllson Harold Denton Jack Baker Duck Meredith Roger Wmes Rack Ott John Chrlstlansen Bull Rheaume Denms Golbeskey Jerry OPPONENT Jackson DEARBORN E 9 - 'ti' .mutt 1 Clampa Doug Robmson Manager Ed Becker BACK ROW Mark Megreguan Tom Myall Denms Phelps George Gllgg Jam Thompson Doug Campbell Don Lowe Joe Buczynskn Rudy Stomp John Harley Bull Ahlstrom Larry Smlth Not pictured Bob Cushman Larry Morawa Ted Yonkus Vmcent Fngerno Don Openlander Ronald Corney Mrke LaPolnte Wm. Varslty Lmcoln Park Royal Oak Kimball Em' FW' Football Lnvonla Bentley Wayne Melvmdale GO OUT and gel busy Head Coach Hal Manley says to John Chrlstlansen By wmdmg up the season wuth a hard fought wan over league member Melvmdale Dearborns varsnty ll fumshed the season wlth a record of four wms and four losses to put them In a three way tue for second place nn the Huron Rouge Valley League Dearborn tled wuth Lmcoln Park and Wayne whsle Edsel Ford took furst place honors Coach Harold Manleys players wnth the asslstance of Backfueld Coach Bob Brudges Lane Coach Ed Lanz: and stu dent manager Frank Gallagher started the varsnty season with three straught vnctorres, allowung only three touchdowns to be scored agaunst them whsle scormg eleven themselves The most spectacular vuctory came at the Homecommg game when DHS handed Lmcoln Park a resoundung defeat before packed stands Hurt by mlurues to the key men, the team, led by co captauns Werner Lehmann and Walt Dubucku lost theur next four gndlron battles to up to strength opponents DHS sprang back to wun agam for the fmal game wlth Melvmdale The T958 season was marked by the flrst use of Dearborn Hlgh's new stadaum 'II7 Al 2 N544 R 'Y r 4 - .M IJ , 4 I xl . A '5 J Q! J . , ,L , ,V 1 265 ' 5' 'lx 'ggi' g5h,t.i. . LE' ' Jilllgen L 1' sf T :J ,V X . L5 lx, ,, 1 , l. l l V fl' Fmt l lt Yi., . has ,glwlflf Q .. ., I "' ' ,- , be V lx Q, H 4 .mc T7 7 ' 27 7 ' ' 34 7 ' 0 6 ' 7 27 6 T9 ' ' 0 T4 24 12 ' Coached by Carl Flegle and led by co-cap- tains Doug Kilby and Rick Haas, the reserve grid- ders finished their season with a record of two vic- tories, four defeats and one tie. Never were the and they had a good chance to win in every game. Their showing in the Huron-Rouge Valley League was one win and three defeats, the single league victory coming over Ypsilanti in the season opener. Reserve Football Reserve DEARBORN OPPONENT A fullback breaks through on opening YP5'lUnl' Lincoln Park Royal Oak Kimball Edsel Ford Catholic Central Livonia Bentley Wayne l Q RESERVE FOOTBALL FRONT ROW Noel Fisher Bob Mason Lesmak Glen Earle Bill Morrill Ronald Corney Ronald Par LaPointe Garv Neal Dick Richards Walt Bartnick Ted Yon Stepchuk Ray Duff Rick Haas Don Hicks John Kludmg Rod kus Doug Kilby ROW 2 Don balomonson LeRoy Palmer ney Jones Atis Kalnins Joe OGorman Tom Radcliffe Larry Charles Gripton Bill Clark Dick Arnold Mike Reeb Jim Riggms Don Nelson Gary Makowski,Gary Bohas 'l'l8 ' 'l4 6 ' ' 6 13 ' 'l5 0 ' 0 13 7 12 ' 'l2 12 ' ' 0 13 Ken Dannenberg, Bob Foster, Jim Fleming, Tom Rainey, Mike sons, Tim Dicks, Lucian Moga. BACK ROW: Gerald Mays, Mike players defeated by more than two touchdowns, -to CROSS COUNTRY FRONT ROW Charles Schultz Fred Drilling Ted Robert Lucas Peter Cooper Gary McCarbery Jerry Sedlak Bob Kelly Co captain Pat Wyka Co captain Harry Patton Bob Ochs Baldori BACK ROW Larry Steiner Ed Cowling Jon Kilpinen Mike Mert Hornbuckle Charles Chapman Coach Herb Schroeter ROW Jolly Paul Warpula Tony Smokovntz Ronald Gerwolls Manager 2 Manager John Scott Bob Pilon Norman Peplow Keith Slrytta Alan Harley DEARBORN OPPONENT Wayne Hamtramck Melvmdale Ann Arbor Ypsilanti Monroe Lincoln Park Wyandotte Edsel Ford First Place in League Meet Third Place in Regionals Twelfth Place in State Cross Country Coach Herb Schroeters varsity cross country squad finished the 1953 season in third place in the Huron-Rouge Valley League. The thinclads had a three win, two loss league record which they equaled in non-league competition. After a heart-breaking loss to Wayne, 30-29, in the season opener, the Pioneers went on to lose only one of their tive remaining league contests, Highlighting the season was the Schroetermen's upset victory in the League Meet. Dearborn edged Wayne by two points, while favored Lincoln Park finished fourth. Co-captain Harry Patton won the 'wo-mile run. 9 CO CAPTAIN Harry Patton Coach Herb Schroeter and co captain Pat Wyka check the OBSERVER for their team standings DHS BOWLERS FRONT ROW Al Langlols Gary Hallas Ken Molnor Nalt Kolasmsku John Chrustlansen Chns Collms BACK ROW Bob Fngeno Vance Fngeruo Frank Kutney Barry Zeramba Larry Stemer Dave Garden John Kllplneft Bob Cushman Norm Burghardt DunMlller Ned Salusbury Not plctured Ken Beach 'ours Columbus Dave Drews Mal Hamllton Mlke laPolnte Make Maharry Phnl Moore Larry Morawa Jerry Peck Joe Rubus Rlchqrd Walter Paul Warpula x l DHS BOWLERS FRONT ROW Dale Stepchuk Tum Lake Jack Cooper Denms Belester BACK ROW Bob Manos Jack Danlels Al Langlols Al Krall Ken Molnar Wqlf Page George Gllga Paul Keblaltls Bob Slgler Mike Matevna Dave Good Wayne Laszlo Ron Corney Bill Whntson Bob Bandyk John Berry Steve Smlth Bob Zemmckas Not pictured Wnlllam Adams Bob Anderson Jam Baldwin Don Davidson Todd Elssfeldt Mnke Ellrott Mlke Foote Bud Gohl Dave Grau Tom Harrison Jam Karolash Carl Kurz Duck Mendlth Mlke Stepchuk Glen Ulum 0 x Bowling Under the leadershup of President Tum Lake the Dearbor- Hugh Edsel Ford Bowllng League boasted '6 teams thus year The keglers met every Saturday dunng the wmter months at the Maples Bowlxng Alley The league was formed to further cement lnterschool relatlons between Edsel Ford and Dearborn Jack Cooper was secretary of the league and Dennis Belester was treasurer I I I 1 . . . . . . 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WATCH OUT PINS here comes a strlke Pmman Bob Manos lets go wlth another wmmng ball DEARBORN OPPONENT 57 39 Ypsilanti 61 35 Edsel Ford 44 52 Lincoln Park 62 34 Thurston 75 21 Wayne 71 25 Livonia Bentley 50 46 Ypsilanti 57 39 Edsel Ford 63 33 Lincoln Park 71 25 Wayne 62 34 Allen Park ..,f , V, 6 R, NAV, Kimball Relays tue for third League Standings furst place 1713 'E League Meet first place Overall Record 101 Swlmmmg For the first time stnce the formation of the CHAMPIONS' Winning the 200 yard free style relay in the Kimball Relays are Werner Lehmann Jim Thompson John Harley and Jon Van P It Johnson coached the tankers for the first time is at 4 Huron Rouge Valley League Dearborn out swam Lincoln Park for the league championship Mr Jack season and along with Captain Jim Thompson e if UVA? MJJQ the team to a 'IO I overall record Dearborn also won the league meet and tie for third in the Royal Oak Ktnball Relays I'-nu 'Z .Alun ll l SWIMMING TEAM FRONT ROW John Harley Dave Anger C0 mer Rick Hagelthorn Ron Webb Jon VanPelt Don Dopke Jerry captain Walt Dubrckl Co captain Jim Thompson ROW TWO Mana Podges Bob Foster BACK ROW Jerry Heber Gary Russell Jim ger Clark Yates Tom Liberty Dennis Bevak Steve Molutorls Carl Goff Alan Harley Rudy Stomp Wayne Vincent Chuck Chapman Koenig Duck Richards Duck Terry Steve Nash Manager John Dave Egan Not Pictured Werner Lehmann Helms Coach Jack Johnson ROW THREE Dave Brady LeRoy Pal 121 . . s, . - I - - . s . . . I f . . th. F r I if U7 I . g . . . ' I-' 4 L0 , , I d ,V f r - - mf-'fl d , JJ 1 I ,Q L L r " 1 H Q V ,,, K. A , X X ,V n I . , , J V '1 s' ' A L I, I ,L 9 I . -N In ' lf , -,,! I A KJ F 4 1 A , , ' in f A A A A M., N I ' fs 'f 3 K 4 V 4 L ,if V L YL! sf Q k V 1 I , , - , ' , , , , . . .I - . . ' : - I I : I I . I A I l I . . I 1 I I I I I . , . . I . I I - . Z - 1 - 5 1 ' MIND IF I cut in? Fred Speier reaches over three Lincoln Park players in on attempt to grab the ball. NOTHING TO IT' Captann Jam Baldwm shows the form that made hum one of the hugh scorers for Dearborn this season Duck Mereduth watches wantmg rn vaun for the rebound UP AND AT UM' Guard Howie Wlnkworth drnves IH for a lay up an the Jackson game 122 'X X....f Nu. DISCOURAGING ISN T IT9 Coach Paul Wtnslow forlornly wants for hrs players to catch thenr breath durmg the Grosse Pomte game The Pnoneers lost 56 49 X 42 I I , V K ,. , I ,, q C1 ,Q I c I4 DEARBORN Tourna ment Ga mes OPPONENT VARSITY BASKETBALL FRONT ROW Fred Speier Tim Lake Ted Kelly Captain Jim Baldwin John Christiansen Howie Winkworth Dick Meredith BACK ROW James Taylor Center Gamboe coach Andre Mcchaud manager Duck Arnold Grosse Pointe Jackson Ypsilanti Ann Arbor Melvmdale Lincoln Pork Edsel Ford Fordson Wayne Ypsilanti Melvmdale Lincoln Park Edsel Ford Wayne Edsel Ford Lowrey Taylor Center Huron Rouge Valley League second place District Champions Claude Dillard Larry Morawa Dave Grou Al Ammer man Roger Wmes Mr Winslow coach Varsity Basketball ln his freshman year as varsity basketball coach Mr Paul Winslow pulled his team out of an early season slump in time to give Edsel Ford a real battle for first place In the Huron Rouge Valley League Although beating every other team in the league twice the Pioneer 5 could not manage even one season victory over league champion Ed sel Ford Dearborn started off slowly by dropping three out of four of its mmol non league games to Taylor Center Grosse Pointe and Ann Arbor As league competition got under way, Dear- born High and Edsel Ford set the pace that led the two local schools into the first of two tie-breaking games. Edsel Ford ran away with the game and first place by whipping the Pioneers, 75-65. Dear- born continued downing the other H-RV league members, and, when Lincoln Park edged the T- Birds, moved into another first-place tie with Edsel Ford. The T-Birds won again and Dearborn was left in second place. Captain Jim Baldwin, Ted Kelly, Dick Mere- dith, Dick Arnold and Howie Winkworth accounted for the bulk of the Dearborn scoring. DQ GET THAT lump ball' The camera captures the referee s eye vlew of an Important lump ball an the Dearborn Edsel Ford game Tom Radclrffe 1249 lumps as Joe OGorman C137 watches ll 'W' iv Reserve Basketball Coach Jrm Gamboes reserve basketball team won the mythlcal H RV reserve champnonshlp thus year desprte the loss of the team s three key players to the varsity squad The JVs went through the season wuth only one league defeat as opposed to nrne loop vnctorles Duck Arnold Rrck Haas and Denms Phelps all startmg the season on the reserve squad playing flrst strung were moved up to the varsity as the season progressed The JVs strong bench strength responded to what on any other team would have been a catastrophy wrth amazmg ease All of Coach Gamboes players are sophomores Some of them wrll move up to the vorsuty team next season to full the vacancues left by the graduatung sensors The 1958 59 season was Coach Gamboes frrst as reserve basketball mentor L! U WI RESERVE BASKETBALL FRONT ROW Gerald Gmfegus, ard Oke, Joe O'Gorman, Rrck Haas, Doug Campbell, Tom Bull Morlll, Mrchael LaPornte, Denms Phelps, Jsm Lesmak, Rudclrffe, D00 Lowe, Bill Roth, LOVYY RIQQIUS Deane Brrggs BACK ROW .lames Gamboe, coach, Ruch 124 Wrestling Wrestlung made nts debut at Dearborn Hugh thus year under the dtrectnon of Coach Ed Lanz: and the matmen grappled to a respectable 541 season record Sophomore Bob Tiplady was the only wrestler to represent DHS IU the state meet Tlplady com petes an the 97 pound weight class Dearborn hmshed the season an a thnrd place te an th Huron Rouge Valley League DEARBORN OPPONENTS Wayne Ypsllantn Melvtndale Oak Park Edsel Ford Fordson Walled Lake Wnllow Run Garden Cnty Lavonua Bentley League standmgs for hu fr-Q"'l NICE MATCH' Coach Ed Lanz: congratulates matman Joe Perelra after a hard fought wrestllng match decnsuve factor nn Lanz: s wrnnmg season Joe was a WRESTLING FRONT ROW Douglas Baumgardner Bob Baldon Greg Northrup Gary Desmond Harold Eschner Dennus Jaggers ROW TWO Bob Krlgus Jlm Stewart Ron Marglttay Ken Lutz Pat Quinlan Henrv Godfrey Mark Megregvan Mlke Weyand Don Zablnskl BACK ROW 5 Bob Tuplady Gary Bohas Sam Seavntte Make Reeb Ron McGowan Don Salomonson Joe Pereura Dave Stasak Jon Kllplnen Els Nichols Ball Tennant Robert Cushman .lay Maxwell manager ON YOUR MARK Sprmters llne uo for the Stort of one of the dash events 'aw 'l'ff"' YOU NEED POLE to get unto this sport Pole voulter Vaughn LeClaur soors up ond over the bor 126 Q xx-NX f'2?7i-wi iv than RACING WITH the baton IS Bob Reborn. Q sffvyl' ' +2 L Sv sv . f se, ff lrltufl M' A-i1f"AiV:i+"A , lr, X, L X' L. , A S L Qu Af-f ' Lvl, NJ J XLV AV V , , X x, L V , K a ix ,A if kLj'l' xi, f I Qvkfnf ,fe A 54 g M , -t A , f 5, ,vi X""' 'LU X x 'NV UM .J Cf 4, r 1 r Q, MUSCLES STRAINING, Dennis Beiester races. Track X ,fe iff? ' N ' ' ,gig 4 Q s- -.4 . UP 'N OVER goes broad-iumper William Clark in a practice session. With a strong core of seniors and a good deal of underclassmen support, Coach Bob Bridges' track team went through another impressive season. Tri- captains Lynn lmus, Dennis Beiester and Joe Poose led the team. 1' , N L I 11 ,K TRACK TEAM: FRONT ROW: Coach Frank Navarre, William Frieseman, Larry Morawa, Warren Ochs, Allan Bates, Lynn lmus, James Callison, Dennis Beiester, Al Ammerman, Jack Nichols, Coach Robert Bridges, ROW TWO: Manager Frank Gallagher, Anthony Kliemann, Robert Siera, John Marxer, Deane Briggs, Ted Kelly, Jerry Ciampa, Robert Cushman, Werner Lehmann,Mert Hornbuckle, William Clark, David Ellis, Manager Paul Gansan- ROW THREE: Manager Jim MatthewsMike JollY, ROHCOYWY' Ed Andrzeiewski, Ron Kratt, Bob Foster, JONES Sharples, Vaughn LeClair, Bill Roth, Don Lowe, is my f . E FX " ' A Lf. ' l x ' -1 fi J A - ' Q, j . 1 It n Q 5 n v,..sefj-'liters 'K 'S xml, . 3 - 1 , ,xggfiv xlibs'-EG 'AN John Hayes, David Good, ROW FOUR: Mike Rutkowski, Doug Campbell, David Beard, Mathew Gulliver, Charles Sclwlllf Mark Megregion, Tim Dicks, Gary Makowski, Ken Dcfmebefg, Edward Cowling,Dick Richards, Richard Martin. ROW FIVE: Ken Hanson, Raymond Duff, Hamid Booth, Don Nelson, Ronald Parsons, Tony Smokovitz, Rvhert l-UCOSI Robert Bohnsack, Keith Skytta BACK ROW: Robert Pilon, Norman Davis, Roger Wines, Jack Cooper, James Fleming, Charles Chapmen, Peter Albertson, Terry Rice, Ron Buckenberger, Barry Zarenba. John Brown, John Bates TENNIS TEAM FRONT ROW Alan Edmonson Bob Lackey Maury Dean Bob Weldon Phul Samuels Dgvud Wagner Carl Kurz Davud Drews Tom Dunlap Gary B0hG5 ROW TWO John Emmert John Merrutt a Benedict Dave Green Ron Pruestaf Duck Oke um Tennus Lesnuak Don Dappruch Tom Morley Allan Kufche Manager Dave Ingles ROW THREE Coach Don Marshall Tom WOQHCV Larry Kazanowsku Pat Clark Aaron McDonald Ned Salusbury Captaun Muke Maharry Lgnny Kramer Duck Mereduth John Lorenz Bob Cuupak Duck Walter Bob Lorenz Lucuan Moga Coach Don Marshalls tennus team went out to cop uts eleventh straught league champuonshup thus season and stretch uts strung of undefeated league meets All sux of the Huron Rouge Valley schools were represented for the furst tume thus year as Melvun dale entered a tennus team The Dearborn netters played a 15 game schedule uncludung ten league meets MOVING IN FOR THE KILL, Lanny Kreamer puts away a weak shot from his opponent. 128 THERE'S A HOLE IN MY RACKET! Captain Mike Maharry discusses strategy with Coach Don Marshall between sets in a match. 4 if M' M QWWP, A KEEP Youn HEAD DowN your len mm 5"'0'9l"f and follow through Cal Cook h0"dlY needs the advice but Coach TAKE YOUR TIME Golfers Mel Carl Flegle l5n1 wk .19 any Cho,-,Les Ruokolalnen and Denms Golbesky Competlng for the flrst tlme against all of the other H RV schools Dearborns golf team took to the lnnks again to defend nts league crown Coach Carl Flegles team went undefeated ID league play last year check the lle of the green before puttmg Go GOLF TEAM FRONT ROW Coach Carl Flegle, Bob Alan MCQuary, M,ke Fame, Blu Eby BACK ROW Roger Zummckas, Bill KIUQ, Dennus Golbesky, Mel Roukolamen, Lowson,Blmr Morton, Bull Brown, Duck Audl,Alan Harley .llm Thompson, Gary Hallas ROW TWO Sam Vasnu, Don Brazls, Bob Hoffman, John Hansen, Dowd Savu Ronald Gerwolls, Bob Tiplady, Doug Kilby, John BerYY, 9 2' NH -s va-sq' RESERVE BASEBALL: FLOOR Manager Richard Ben, Manager Mike:-Stepchuk. FRONT ROW: Coach Dill King, Ken Kurtz, Bill Veutola, Mickey Gentile, Rich Terry, John lseman, Mike Mafevia, Ashley Martin, Howard Crippen, Coach Herb Schroeter. ROW TWOQ Don Zqbingkil Jim Karalash, Jerry Murphy, Ron McHaney, Jim Cook, Bob Sigler, Steve Moliiorio, Bob Baldori, Dennis Keblaitis. Bob Coverr, ROW THREE: Ed Rankin, LU Rqdomgki, Dan Litsky, Ken Ogorn, Walter Covert, Pele Cooper, Louie LaChance, Richard White, Sam Gemvs- BACK R0Wf Bill Wagner, Fred Cichocki, Chris Collins, Casimir Koziara, Tom Brock, Wally Bartnick, Jim Robb, Willie Adams,Dennis Jaggers, Dale Channon. WATCH OUT, here comes a strike. 0 BEGINNING OF A PLAY. Bill Morrill hits a hot grounder -H te' ,gpm K ,ws C, ff LMA gi ia' . .s ,g g J Q C fri V ,Q si 2 .am ,-f My wdvmpw W1 BATTER5 BEWARE! Varsity Pitcher Dave Grau goes into his wind-up in preparation for delivering his curve ball. 2341 Sgr 1 ,J 513 Miyagi! lllfju Val Wgwun av YOU RE OUT' Jon Kilpinon puts the tag on John Christian sen as John slides into home plate in a practice game Captain Tom Harrison and Coach Herb Schroe ter led the baseball team through its paces this year as the team went after the elusive H RV baseball championship Mr Dill King of the social science department assisted Mr Schroeter with the varsity and coached the reserve squad Baseball .aim 5, " u B'-my HIT N RUN The baserunners are moving as Joe O Gorman takes a cut at the ball VARSITY BASEBALL: FRONT ROW: Coach Dill King Glenn Crawford, Frank Kvtney, Claude Dillard, Tim Lake, Mgngger Mike Stepchuk, Captain Tom Harrison,Jon Kiplinen Larry Steiner, Coach Herb Schroeter, ROW TWO: Carl Koenig, Bill Morrill, ROQBF LGU, Bob Frigerio, Bill Bache, r Vince Frigerio, Mike LaPointe, Rudy Stomp. BACK ROW J0l1r1Christiansen,Don Hicks, Rick Haas Dennis Phelps,Tom Radcliffe, Joe O'Gorman, Dick Arnold, John Kluding, Fred Speier. Semors Wm Fleld Hockey, L... SENIOR WINNERS FRONT ROW Kathy Brownell Judy Lawrne Judy Drapack Barb Carter Sue Hmd Karen Johnson Polly Hefley ROW TWO Judy Smnth Barb Cnborowsku Carolyn Dunlap Sue Danvulle Betty Booth Judy Janner Sharon Garrnson Ruth Clark Cathy Mc Daniel BACK ROW Sallle lmoberstag Linda Thomas Janet Cross Margaret Flemmg Sandra Pupple Betsy Wnley SENIORS SANDRA Plpple Carol Pfelffer Judy Janner and Cathy McDamel scramble for the ball 132 For the furst tnme at the new Dearborn Hugh gurls nntramural held hockey teams used the new held Semors led by wlnmng 7570 of theur games lunuors placed sec ond wnth 533: and sophomores trauled wuth 1847: of thenr games won Team captanns were Betty Booth and Roberta Rogge for the sensors Bonme Makowsku Colleen Rnley and Nancy Suler leading the lun tors and Barbara Beckwuth and Chrus Stafford headung the sopho more teams Sharon Garruson served as sensor manager Peggy Panter as lumor manager and Charlane Temple and Carole Speuer were sophomore managers Mass Phyllis Savage acted as teacher sponsor All Classes Share Mmor Sports Honors Beszdes team sports Intramurals offer mmcr sports whuch gave lndnvuduals a chance to show theur skull The fnrst of these sports IS tennis Manager of the smgles was Judy Caulle whvle Shlelo Cslzmclnsky managed the doubles Nancy Daubenmeyer was smgles champion and doubling wnth Sue Brooks she proceeded to wm the doubles Managnng table tenms were Vurguma Korney for smgles and Peggy Panter for doubles Duane Clark won the smgles match whsle Sue Sautter and Carolyn Dunlap copped top honors nn the doubles held Teacher sponsor was Mrs Lllluan Walker VOLLEYING FOR the serve IS Duane Clark wmner of the smgles table tenms chompuonshup NANCY DAUBENMEYER and Sue Brooks shake hands after wmnmg the doubles champlonshup nn tennis NANCY DAUBENMEYER shows her powerful serve which led her to wm both the smgles and doubles tournaments 133 C 1 1 1 1 qw JUNIORS RETURN the ball in a close game of volleyball. l . . SERVING TAKES concentration Diane Vollmer finds as teammate Judy Trickey observes. Seniors Smash Way Into Volleyball SMASHING A SERVE across the net is senior Barb Cibrow- ski Continuing their winning streak indoors, seniors won the girls' volleyball championship. They secured the title by winning 887: of their games. The second place juniors won 3804: while the third place sophomores were victorious in 22'Ma of their games. Leading the senior teams to victory were captains Mar- garet Fleming, Sharon Garrison and Cathy McDaniel. Junior captains were Margaret Corbett, Sally Hallen and Joan Konkoleski. Guiding the sophomores were captains Carole Speier, Charlane Temple and Sonia Zimmerman. Judy Rychlicki, Gail Spencer and Carole Schnaufer served as managers for the seniors, iuniors and sophomores, re- spectively. Mrs. Marion Russell was teacher-sponsor. WAITING FOR the volleyball to return across the net are seniors Judy Janner and Sue Danville. 'I34 TWO GIRLS fight for a iump ball in a grueling game of boskefbqll and Basketball Championships Bouncing balls and cheering girls are familiar sounds around the gym when basketball season rolls around. Cheering the loudest were the seniors, who CHARLANE TEMPLE signs in her team as the .scorer and timer wait forthe game to begin. GUARDS AND teammates look on as a girl shoots for the basket. 135 won the tournament with 79'M:. Close behind were the iuniors with 75'k. Trailing for behind were the sophomores with 3'M:. Helping tournament manager Colleen Riley or- ganize the tournament were Sheila Csizmansky, manager for the seniors, Ellen Kelley, manager of the juniors, and Chris Stafford, manager of the sophomores. Captains of the seniors teams were Shiela Csiz- mansky, Sue Hind and Barb Carter. Heading the iunior teams were Ellen Kelley, Virginia Korney and Janet Phillips. The sophomore teams were led by Charlane Temple, Amy Olsen, Carol Schnaufer, Sonia Zimmerman and Barbara Beckwith. Miss Phyllis Savage sponsored. Spring Sports Feature Badminton, GRACE AND FORM form an essentlal part of a dnve luke Sharon Garrison performs Burds an the mnddle of wunter'7 Whv not when the blrds are beung hut by badmunton rackets Wnth Duane Duttman and Margaret Corbett as managers and Mrs Lnllnan Walker as sponsor both a smgl s and doubles tournament were presented Carolyn Dunlap emerged as the slngles wmner for tne thurd year Mary Kay Alexander and DnaneClark defend ed theur doubles crown for the second year AS HER OPPONENTS fomd at dlffucult to return her smashmg serve Carolyn Dunlap wms another badmmton champuonshup SHOWING THE FORM whuch helped them wm the bad mnnton champnonshap two years m a row are Mary Kay Alexander and Duane Clark Swnmmmg competltlon was offered as a minor sprung sport fo the second year Mrs Lnlluan Walker acted as sponsor Tnmers recorders and team managers were GAA members AS SWIMMER SharonGarnson touches the edge Colleen Riley dives ln to flmsh a fast movmg medley race 136 'J l va 'F L Swimming, Softball MOVING UP to home plate is batter Pat Lendzion Diane Dittman catches. For the annual spring softball tournament, Betty Booth Joan Redinger and Sandra Beecraft act- ed as class managers. Mrs. Marion 'i ,... W I,-., , ,. K, " E"- fff'QMf.,fw'-f. ! , 2' Q ff' I fF,.!"f". f.f"f ' . 114419 fn 4, ,H ,, ,ns , WITH THE BALL iust reaching the hands of catcher Judy Drgpqgk, Margaret Fleming touches home plate. Umpire Colleen Riley observes. , 1 I f 97 Russell sponsored the major sport. FIRST BASEMAN, Barb Beckwith, throws, and ESSENTIAL TO a pitcher like Sue Fullrerson is a strong Carole Spelen 'eaches for 'he ball Us Diane throwing arm, Dittman heads for second base. 137 '1' X?" ' v,.,f.. A r.?::4..-, .z4 11.a..x fe .A 'fuk X .N V WA-,wyk , qu- vp - 5 H Vx, .. ,,. ' ', 'xx ' ' ,, x wg, gf-gx W-Nw.-Q-. ,- ...x . .vQE::.gq,.-3 ,- f, A 3? 1 ,:-5 sg. -ig. fi.:--' E' , . - ,,v.,L . . 4 3' ' ff' 'li .,2 I H . - -. ' ' -vs fp- ,K-V ,. . f.- A .-.- an "g f K Fiisflz? 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I 42, F Agrfpwr Lg , , V mm Q Activities and Assemblies Band Board of Education Chapel Cheerleaders Choir Departments Art Commercial Counselors Drivers Education English Home Economics Industrial Language Math Music Nurse Physical Educatton Science Social Science Specnol Education Dramatics All School Play Senior Play Thespran Plays Foreign Exchange Students Homecoming Honorary Societies a In Memoriam OBSERVER Organizations Art Club Atomic Science Clu Booster Club Delta YTeens Dramatrcs Club Epsilon YTeens French Club Future Homemokers Ferne Janice Anderson ex Anderson Anderson Erdine Becker Ronald Beebe Loraine Baggerstaff Janice Brozell Robert Bridges Robert Bunch Helen Baumann Challis Dean Crlner Don Cunningham Gene Davies Frank Duke Harry Errante John Ewing Joan Flegle Carlton Gaffke George Gallagher James Gamboe James Grafton Ethel Graves Kenneth Guldner Yetieve Guregian Llonel Guth Cornell Gwlnnell Russell Haight Floyd Haight Mary Hamline Louase nd Awards b of America 34 20 126 27 78 23 09 4 25 39 25 91 10 96 83 90 23 21 25 24 9 6 Organizations Index 95 Future Nurses Club Future Teachers of America GAA German Club Junior Red Cross Latin Club Omega Y-Teens Orack Hi-Y Record Review Spanish Club Stamp and Com Club Thesplans Varsity C ub PIONEER Seniors January graduates officers and council June graduates officers and council January graduatlon and prom Sports BOYS Baseball Basketball Bowling Cross Country Football Go f Swimming Tennis Track Wrestling GIRLS Basketball Fall Minor Sports Field Hockey Softball Spring Mlnor Sports Volleyball Student Council Superintendent of Schools Supreme Court Faculty Index Hamilton Garold Hess Margaret Hicks Jane Howe Rosethel Ibrahim Judy Johnson Isabel Johnson Jack Keyser Gordon King Dill Knuth Leroy Koch Mildred Kopp Ann Kudreiko Edward Lonzi Edward Losslng Eldon Manley Harold Marshall Donald Mclntyre Frank Moon Carolyn Morrison Elizabeth Moshel Bernard Navarre Frank Nelson Harold Olsen L Mary Olsen Otto H Pappas Nick Pearson Victor Pelong John Quinn Thomas 14 06 9 23 17 0 20 105 14 85 1 2 Rogers Josephine Rogers Ruth Russell Marion Russo Anthony Savage Phyllis Schade Susie Schroeter Herbert 119 Smith W Duane Suda Frank 23 91 Truckenmille Jeon Vonek Stephen VanOssenbruggen Marion Wagner Lois Walker Lillian Welch Ruchard Wetzel Lerth Whipple Neva Wullramson Shirley Wilson Margaret Winslow Paul 18 Wolfe Dorothy Wolock Lillian Youngs Chalmer OFFICE STAFF Brown Irene Hnsola Wanda Hoffman Lola Morawa Geraldine Putzug Clara Seng Geraldine 107 106 104 111 107 110 103 100 112 110 112 4 24 104 7 l . . 14 ' 108 ' 22 ' l 105 ' 22 84 23 ' . 20 ' ' ' 28 ' . 23 ' ' ' 36 25 ' 34 ' ' 24 ' 18 ': ' ' 16 .. 130 ' ' 25 122 ' ' 120 92 119 ' 93 116 ' 94 I 129 ' 89 ' ' 121 ' 80 ' 128 ' ' 97 126 ' 59 ' 125 86 'I ' ' 135 , 113 ' .. 133 ' ' 10 ' 132 101 137 - 102 ' ' 136 ' 108 13 ' - 103 ' 78 111 ' 10 ' 10 88 7 . 14 ' , 25 , ' 21 , ' 22 , , 1 , I I V 15 , R 25 ' , , , 111 , - v24 , ' 18 , . 16 , I I 95 , 22 ' , 23, 110 , - , , ' .. 25 , 14, 15 , ' V H H21 ' I ' 18 . 24, 121 , 24, ,131 , 12, , 35, 78 , 20, 79, 100 ' , I 23, 90 ' , , ,1 ' , ' , 16, , 13,131 , QVHI5 ' f 16 Klimovich, Jennie 19 Suda, Robert V22 'I 12, , 88 , 21, 79 ' , '21 ' , . ,1 , ' 23,110 , 4,119 ' 1 . . 25 , . 21 , ' 23 ' , 22, 87 ' , .17 , - '17 , 18,19 ', 17 , " 24' 104 t 1 . 14 ' , 220 , ' 19,113 , . 25, 107 , , ,117 , ' 20 , 24, 129 , 20, 128 - , 15 , 25 , ,25 " , ' 15 , 14, 108 , , , 87 ' , 22' 106 , 22, 123, 12 ' , ' 14 ' , 14, 1 , 122, 123 , 16 , 18, 19 , 15, 10 , ,18 , . . 24,127 . 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H I3 ' V 7' f -A 27 H .. 13 ' . ., ', 15 , ' .113 Archer June 63 uos Tom Cane' Mldwel Student Index Abernathy James Abernathy Januce Ace Deanna Adam Jeff Adams Alan Adams Judy Adams Melunda Adams Wanuta Adams Wulluam Adcock Malcolm Ahlstrom Brll Ahrens Duane Akmon Mary Lou Albertson Pete Alestra Josephune Alexander John 37 106 91 37 93 68 120 63 100 62 97 Alexander Mary Kay 62 Allen Nancy Jull 63 103 Allen Sharon Allnson Shurley Altman Sara Alvarez Herman Alvey Sharon Ammerman Albert 63 96 Anderson Bo Anderson Anderson Anderson Andren, Krus Andrew Louuse Andrews Scarlett Sue 123 126 Pam Sally 62 90 Andrzelewsku Edward Angell B ll Anheuser Pat Anton Multon Appucellu Keuth Archbold Ralph 75 92 94 Archer Ruth Arcy Nancy Armstrong Judy Arnfueld Jock 68 108 63 108 Arnold Duck 68 78 118 Arnold Jeanne Arnold Thomas 8 03 4 1 Arpr Carol 28 29 35 Asmus Sharon 29 102 Audu Duck 63 129 Aufderheude Duane Baad Muchael Bache Bagott Baulle Baker Baker Baker Baker Thomas Wulllam Jack Lynda Marllyn Wulluam Baldoru Bob 29 31 66 78 1 1 1 19 5 Baldwun Jum 36 37 81 88 100 120 122 Baldwln Ken 78 90 0 37 Ballard Judy Balnuus Charles Bandyk Robert Bank Ken Banks John Barcy Dona Bargert Beverly Barnes Sandra Barnes Ted Barnhart Phulup Barron Januce Barrows JoAnn Bartell Karen 37 101 Bartnuck Wally Barton Janet Baston Jennufer 63 99 Bates Allan Bates John Bough John Baumgardner Douglas Beach Janet Beach Kenneth Beall Sandra Beard Davud Beasley Kenneth Bechull Ronald Beck Patrucua Becker Ed Becker Shelly Becker Wulluam Beckwuth Barbara Bedwell Dan Beecraft Sandra Begun Gary Begun Roger Belester Dennus Bell Muchele Bell Patrucla Bender Patrucla Bender Rodger Beneduct Patruck Benn lunda Bennett Muchael Benson Aluce Bere Davud Bere Peter Berford Bob Berger Charles Berger Tom Berndt Beverly Berry John Bert Ruchard Berta Nancy 38 49 100 105 117 120 27 68 28 38 57 84 90 101 03 68 101 38 90 9 Beruttu Jean 63 101 Best James Bevak Dennus Buckmg Charlotte Buddulph Davud Burch Duanne 68 Black James Black Ron Blackburn Ruchard Blackwell Ruchard Blan Joyce Blanchard Donna Blanck Constance Blavat Ralph 8 106 107 8 38 94 10 111 Bluss Grace Bloomfueld Ronald Blouse Beverly 68 105 Blouse Patrucua 38 78 80 81 91 102 104 Blyth Davud 68 91 Boehmer Rosemarue Bohas Gary 8 91 118 25 Bohnsack Elaune Bohnsack Robert 73 127 Bousmuer Jum Boky lunda 63 102 110 Bolun John 68 91 Bolton Barbara Bomesberger Anne 63 101 Bone Bonnue 62 90 97 Booth Betty 38 84 Booth Harold Borbey Muna Boruch John Borsa Erma Bosch Dale Bosman Bull Boudreau Eduthann Boyer Carol Brackel Carlene Bracken Sandy Bradley Carol Brady Dave Brandon Lunda Brandt Jolynn Brandt Thomas Brant Douglas Brazus Donald Brescoe Nancy Bretzlaff Jeff Bruggs Deane 68 Bruggs Mary Ann Brullhart Ann 21 Brock 06 108 63 110 63 90 111 110124 Brodue Brooks Brooks Bross Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Lunda Sharon Mary ee Susan 63 62 102 Beverly Dlanne John Juduth 63 78 102 Judy 63 77 83 Marulynne 63 78 83 4 Ron Wulluam Brownell Catherune 29 91 104 106 113 Brownfueld Duane Bruhowsky Al Brumo Carol 28 29 35 Brunner Kay Brush Jean 38 106 Bryan Quunn Bryant Beverly Buck Sara Buckenberger Ron 68 91 Buczynsku Joe Budny Bonnue 9 9 Bukowsky Glona Bukowsky Marlene Buntung Bull Burban Dennus Burch Jane 68 105 Burghardt Norman Burke Charles Burke Danny Burkholder Janet Burnham Vurgunua Burns Francus Bruns Kathleen Bursho Ronald Butler Aluce Butterfueld Stephen Bystry Tom Cable Sherry Caddy Douglas Cadez Robert Caffery lawan Caulle Judy Caulle Judy 63 Calder Bull Caldwell Barbara Callam Pamela Callender Roberta Calluson Jum 62 Campbell Douglas 84 101 39 103 105 117 69 117 1 Campbell Hugh 63 92 Campbell Kathleen Campbell Nell Canell Shurley Canon Martha June Robert Shurley Carlusle Carlton Carlton Carol Carnell Carpenter Calvun Carruer Pat Carter Barbara Cary Francern Casper Gwen Cassunu Duana Cavenee Ruchard Cebula Shurley Channon Dale Chapman Charles Chapman Karl Chaput Lunda Chase Gerald Chase Margo Cheetham Janet Cherup Januce Chester Betty Chula John Chula Tony Chulds Bob Chrustuan Mary Beth 63 107 39 83 66 100 39 102 Chrustuansen John 39 105 116 Chrysan Carolyn 117 123 Cuampa Jerry 6 117 7 Cuborowsku Barbara 39 83 88 97 104 132 134 Cuchoku Fred 74 131 Cucotte Sally -A- . 1 - 68 ' I ...,...,..r..........,u....r.... 68 I ' 111166 . ---- - s-e- .79 ' . .- 1 -673 ' I .utu.... ,,.... ..,. 3 8 I 1 ,..,, I ' 1 I 1 1 11 11120 I -yybynyyrhyrlyhy II I ' I ' II63I111 I 1 ..t, I I 10 , 1 1 1 .37 I 1- ,,,, ,,,, I ' ,.,,.., 1111174 I 11 1111 111168 I 1 173 I I I I ,111 I 111163, I 110 I 11 1 163,110 I - ,,,, ,,,.,A,,,,, I I I I 63, 105 I 11 1 11 1111168 I 1 66,106 I - II yulyullvhyu 68 I I II I 1188 I - 1 I 1 1 I , 1 .63. 110 I 1116, I I1 I I 11 11 11111168 108, 111 I 11 1 1 37 128 I 1111 11174 I ' 11 68 , " . . -.'- 68 I ' 11111.1,1 1,11111,1 29 . 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