Stevensville High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Stevensville, MI)

 - Class of 1943

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LEONARD PIVONKA "Pedro" A strong-backed chap With a good keen mind, A combination You rarely find. VIRGINIA TOTZKE "Gin" Our Valedictorian Friendly and true. Has a teaching Career in view. STANLEY GEIPEL "Geip" Stanley Geipel Tall and lean, Likes to monkey With machines. DORIS MACHAN "Twin" She's one of the twins Her name is Doris She always sings In the Glee Club Chorus. LESTER GEISLER "Bud" Lester Geisler Is his name. His personal traits Have brought him fame. ERVIN MARKWALD "Erv" He's a tall And friendly lad, A finer one Could not be had. CAROLYN KOLBERG "Shadow" We call her Shadow You probably know, This pretty girl In the second row. RALPH SIEWERT "Schmidt" In basketball He was a star. Even though our team Didn't get far. VERVAINE KOLBERG "Cutie" She drives a "Mercury” This charming lass, The quietest girl Of the Senior Class. JANE BYERS "Jane" A sweet little girl A pleasant smile, To be her friend Is really worthwhile. ROBERT KUBALL "Doc" He played the lead In the Senior Play, This mite of a lad We're proud to say. SHIRLEY OTT "Ootie" Always jolly And full of fun. She's won the honor Of Salutatorian. DONALD ROTHERMEL "Speed" Here's manager Bud Of forty-three. Another lad To sail the sea. DORA MACHAN "Twin" She's the other twin And lots of fun, Her music career Has just begun. RICHARD WILEY "Dick" A coastguardsman He plans to be, His only wish To sail the sea. Page seven "Not the end, but the beginning"

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Page six CLASS FLOWER American Beauty Rose CLASS COLORS Navy Blue and White



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The school term had opened again and twenty-seven frightened Freshmen gathered at the door of S. H. S. Finally one of the class boldly opened the door, the large corridor lay before us. Not knowing what would happen next, we timidly marched to the Study Hall and took seats next to each other. A large and very proud class, there were Vervaine Kolberg, Shirley Ott, Donald Rothermel, Stanley Geipel, Dora and Doris Machan (we still can't tell them apart), Carolyn Kolberg, Lester Geisler, Virginia Totzke, Bonnie Grieffendorf, Robert Kuball, Margaret Loshbough, Virginia DeFord, Marshall Ott, Norman Ott, Lillian Spitzer, Barbara Misich, Ervin Markwald, Mary Kitchen, Ralph Siewert, Anita Doroh, Azalene Hodder, Walter Neal, Gertrude Spitzer, Viola Mischke, Raymond Wutzke, and Ruth Rosenhagen. We organized and elected Shirley Ott, president; Vervaine Kolberg, vice-president; and Stanley Geipel, secretary-treasurer. We received and returned a party by the Sophomore class and the year ended with the annual picnic at Indian Lake. Our second year was here and this time we did not hesitate but proudly accepted our position as Sophomores. When the roll was called we found Lillian Spitzer, Bonnie Grieffendorf, Ruth Rosenhagen, Mary Kitchen, Viola Mischke, and Walter Neal had left us. In their places were Jane Byers, Clara Gorske, and Dale Baugher, leaving us 24 members. The officers this year were Shirley Ott, president; Vervaine Kolberg, vice-president; and Carolyn Kolberg, secretary-treasurer. The following year more changes had taken place in our lineup. We found Margaret Loshbough, Anita Doroh, Jane Byers, Barbara Misich, Clara Gorske, Marshall Ott, Norman Ott, Gertrude Spitzer, and Raymond Wutzke gone and Leonard Pivonka, Vernon Beckman, and Diane Bubanovich had joined us. Our officers were Lester Geisler, president; Donald Rothermel, vice- president; and Vervaine Kolberg, secretary-treasurer. We received class rings and presented our class play "The Ghost of Roaring Pines." We also gave the Seniors a formal banquet, leaving us with empty pockets! Seniors at last! Roll call this year left us without Azalene Hodder and Virginia DeFord. Jane Byers came back to Alma Mater, joined by Richard Wiley from Chicago. We made a change in the calendar of the school—we took our "Annual Skip-day" in the Fall. Our senior play was "Worrying Willie." Gas rationing makes it impossible for us to take a trip, but we are raising funds to have a good time even though we have to walk! Page eight

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