Stevensville High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Stevensville, MI)

 - Class of 1938

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CLASS HISTORY September, 193U» found 16 green freshmen, starting in our high school. Edna Pantilla, Hina Moore, Evelyn Maffei, Helen Filush, Geraldine Spear, Elaine Spitzer, Raymond Essig, Marsh- all Fritz, Franklin Gaul, Victor Halch, Edgar Mischke, Carl Ke- ttlehut, Robert Schoenfelder, Billy Shearer, Victor Hass, and Alvin Kolberg. Our teachers were Mr. Shearer, Mrs. Ityers, and Miss Larkin. At our first meeting we elected Alvin Kolberg, president; Helen Filush, vice-president; and Nina Moore, secretary-treas- urer .We will always remember the initiation and frosh parties. We chose for our class colors pink and silver. Our frosh term ended with a "bang" with a picnic at Indian Lake. In September, 1935» we came back to sohool as sophomores. Some of our classmates had left us, and two more students were welcomed to our class, Marie Schramm and Eleanor Leonard. Our class officers were; Franklin Gaul, president; Robert Schoenf- elder, vice president; and Alvin Kolberg, secretary-treasurer. We had our former teachers and Miss Muskin, the commercial te- acher. Among many events of the year we remember our trip to the Field Museum. We also enjoyed mauay parties. Our term closed with a picnic at Indian Lake. September, 193 , saw us as upperclassmen, juniors. More of our classmates had left us and another new member was welc- omed, Lorraine Selig. Our class officers were; Marie Schramm, president; Edgar Mischke, vice-president; and Robert Schoenfe- lder, secretary-treasurer. Our teachers were Mr. Shearer, Mrs. Myers, Mrs. Jeffries and Miss Larkin. We proudly purchased our class rings from the Herff-Jones Company. Geraldine Spear and Marie Schramm took part in the operetta, LOVE PIRATES OF HAWA- II. Our term closed with a picnic at Indian Lake. As we entered school the following September we soon rea- lized our importance, we were seniors. We organized at once Our officers were: Geraldine Spear, president; Edgar Mischke, vice-president; and Marie Schramm, secretary-treasurer.Mr. Sh- earer, Mrs. Myers, Mrs. Travis, and Mr. Hughes were our teach- ers. From our mighty class of 16 there were 10 left. Gerald- ine Spear, Marie Schramm, Evelyn Maffei, Marshall Fritz, Vict- or Haka, Elaine Spitzer, Franklin Gaul, Alvin Kolberg, Robert Schoenfelder, and Edgar Mischke. A senior play, GOOD GRACIOUS GRANDMA, was presented, which drew a record breaking crowd.Al- so some of the senior members took part in the operetta, named THE TOREADORS. We selected our class motto, "By our own eff- orts, we hope to rise," and our class flower, a rose. We will never forget the fun we had on our senior skip day. We closed our high school days with a picnic and left on our senior trip the following day. 7

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"Marshall" Marshall Frits Marshall Frits, tall and lean, Vas the manager of the team. Baseball 3-4? Team manager l+j Sen- ior play 4. Evelyn Harriet Maffei "Evie Busy and quiet is Evelyn Maffei, Her words seem to get fewer every- day. Basketball 1; English Play 1; Glee Club 1-2; Senior Play I4.. Alvin Edwin L Alvin Kolberg you’ll ne’er see frown He spreads hi6 humor thruout the town. President of olass 1; Seoretary-tre- asurer of olass 2; Track I4.; Senior pley 4. Franklin Viotor Gaul "Gaul" Franklin Gaul whose words are few. Has light brown hair and eyes of blue. Basketball 1-2-3; Baseball 1-2-3-14.; President of olass 2; Senior play Us 6



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JUNIOR CLASS. Top Row» Evalt Fausak; Ifyron Cupp; Edwin Geipel; Olirer Siewert; Leonard Siewert; Frank Klackle; and Junior Pallas. Second row» Walter Raab; Ann Krajacio; Edna Kornow; Rae Mongrieg; La Verne Reimer; Marguerite Ann Ott; Frieda Sahulz; and Mrs. Clara layers. Seated» Irene Siewert; Esther Spitzer; Ella Schulz; Vera Essig; Rayella Davis; and Bemioe Caul. TO THE SENIORS OF 1903 h O V N s| A E R R I A V L t B TO t q B A A K 6 ' B OX Uj -Jt- 1 1 D(Q ac v v 5 £ A Y j£ G Vd{y A ) Dt A VA IS f p l ff z £ S' S' s V G ■ y cr ■ 0 ' 2Z - o -o THE JUNIORS THE HIGH5CHOOE THE JANITOR r CT® FACULTY 8

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