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1952
I-IARBOR SPRINGS 1-1161-1 SCI-IOOL
J-IARBOR SPRINGS, MICJ-IIGAN
Harbor
Springs
High
School
ROY B. CLOUD
This year book is dedicated to Roy B.
Cloud in deepest appreciation for the
years of inspiration and service which he
so willingly gave.
ANNUAL STAFF
Clockwise SiU:ing: Rhoda Lightfoot, Barbara Godbold, Mary Prusak, Donna Ster-
ly, Lorraine Rosebohm, Opal Burdick, Rosamund Goodrich, Arnie Larsen,
Sandra Wilson, Shirley Smith, Jim Wightman.
Standing: Richard Friend, Jerry TippeU:, Albert Chingwa, Gary Hahn.
(Abse,ni when picture was taken-Rhinard Troup)
The Student Council of Harbor High School tried out a new idea.
They took over the annual under the guidance of Mr. Rinehart.
en from the student body to publish the annual were: Opal Burdick,
Shirley Smith, Assistant Editor; jerry Tippett,
iness Manager; Donna Seeley, Art Editor; Rhinard Troup,
graphy; Rosamund Goodrich, Copy Editor; Arnie Larsen, Circulation
Manager; Barbara Godbold, Advertising Manager; Rhoda Lightfoot,
Society Editor; Albert Chingwa, Sports Editor; Gary Hahn,
zations Editor; Richard Friend and Sandra Wilson, Assistant
tion Managers; Lorraine Rosebohm, Donna Sterly and Mary Prusak,
typists.
After many meetings, m.uch discussion and worry, the annuals were
finally received and distributed, much to the relief of the staff and Mr.
Rinehart.
and 'JacuLt!J
PRINCIPAL
Forrest A. Rinehart. Michigan
State College. M. A.
SUPERINTENDENT
Wyatt S. Wilson. Michigan
State College. M. A.
Secretary to Superintendent
Caro G. Armstrong. Northwest -
ern University
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WILLIAM BAKER
University of Michigan-M. A.
JEANNETT A BEAUVAIS
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine
Arts
LOIS JANE COREY
Michigan State College-M. A.
CHARLES BEAUVAIS
Michigan State College-B. S.
MYRON SONNEVIL
Western Michigan College-
B. A.
WILLIAM ALDRIDGE
Central Michigan College of
Education-B. S.
EDWARD BEER
Ferris Institute-B. S.
BENJAMIN HOFMEYER
Hopa College-A. B.
EDITH IRISH
Michigan State Normal College
-B.S.
EDITH CARPENTER
University of Michigan-M. S.
JOSEPH JEZISEK
Michigan State College-B. A.
LAURICE RUONAVAARA
Michigan State College-B. S.
PHILLIP KULLMAN
Central Michigan College of
Education-B. S.
JAMES PRICE
Central Michigan College of
Education-B. S.
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
Front Row. left to right: Carl Brown. Mrs. Leonard Carpenter. Jack Bond.
Back Row: Paul Griffeth. Harold Hahn.
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS
Front Row. left to right: Doris Chellis. Charlotte M. Gridley. Beatrice Lamkin. Irene
Leahy.
Back Row: Geraldine Roe. Iva S. Bathke. Margaret Friend. Daisy Stradtner. Aud-
rey V. Miller.
STUDENT C OUNCIL
-
Clockwise: Gordon Kruskie, Gary Swiss, Tom Clarke, Frank Granstra, Victor Kish-
igo, Mr. Rinehart, Gary Hahn, Marcia Baldwin, Arnie Larsen. Sharon Johnston.
Patty Wightman. Sharon Wilson.
(Absen:t when picture was taken-Rhinard Troup)
This year the student council has again served the student body well.
Some of the organization's activities and services. are : supervising the
skating rink, handling class elections, sponsoring the school annual
and a schoolwide magazine sales campaign. They also had a paper
and scrap-metal drive.
The officers were: Gary Hahn, President; Frank Granstra, Vice-
President; Arnie Larsen, Secretary-Treasurer. Mr. Rinehart was our
advisor. Each class president and a class representative from the sev-
enth grade through the twelfth grade made up our student government.
. I
RHINARD TROUP
Commercial
Football 1-2; Basketball 1-2-
4 Chorus 1-2-3-4; Operettas
Hi-Y 3; Pep Club 1;
Play; Senior Play;
Office 4; Annual Staff 4;
Art 3; President 1-3-4.
JERRY BENJAMIN TIPPETT
Commercial
Track 1 Chorus 1-2-3-4; Op-
erettas '2-3-4; Junior Play;
Annual Staff 4; Vice-Presi-
dent 4.
JOYCE SANDERSON
College Preparatory
Sec.-Treas. 1-2; Secretary 3-
4 Home Ec. Club 1; Chorus
Play 3-4; French Club
4; Art 3; Library 2-3.
JANE IRISH
College Preparatory
Chorus 1-2-3-4; Operettas 2-
:.'l 4 Band 1-2-3-4 Junior
rha'y; Senior Play; Library
1-2-3; Art 3-4; Treasurer 3-4.
GARY DEAN HAHN
College Preparatory
Football 1-2-3-4; Basketball
2-3-4; Track 2; Chorus 1-3-4;
Band 1-2-3-4; Pep Club 1;
Hi.-Y 3; Operettas 3-4; Junior
Play in freshman year; Ju-
nior Play; Senior Play; An-
nual Staff 4; Student Coun-
cil Representative 3-4.
THE SENIOR CLASS
As the twelfth grade is as high
as one can go in high school, it
was no wonder that this year's
seniors skimmed through it in an
ai.rplane.
Pilot Rhinard Troup was presi-
dent; co-pilot was Jerry Tippett.
Joyce Sanderson kept a trip diary
for the class as she was secretary
while Jane Irish acted as treasur-
er. Mrs. Irish and Mr. Sonnevil
were navigators, who did a fine
job of sponsoring. Student counci.l
representative Gary . Hahn was
our public relations officer.
September 9, a Harvest Supper
was an event worth landing for,
especially since the twelfth grad-
ers supplied the food. The Sen-
ior girls are admirable cooks.
Several side trips wer:e taken
during the year, explori.ng the
fields of Chemistry, Speech and
Sociology.
On November 3, the Seniors
sponsored their carni.val and with
it a new innovation-a Square
Dance Contest. Every Class in
high school was represented by a
set. The dancers were dressed in
l ong calicos and levis and the
Contest was as pretty to watch as
it was difficult to judge.
During the winter, a big bliz-
zard put a lot of ke on the wings
of the sky clipper, when the Sen-
iors had a baked goods sale but
they soon thawed out as the
twelfth graders planned their
"Cupid's Capers Dance." On the
eve of February .9, the students
parachuted out over the high
school gym to dance.
On March 28, after weeks of re-
hearsal, the Seni.or play, "Room
for One More" was given. Even
when one of the cast became ill
and was unable to go on, the ac-
tors finished up in grand style.
The destination of the Senior
trip was Niagara Falls.
On June 5, the class of '52 bid
a very wistful adieu to a wondeT-
ful school and an outstanding
faculty.
ADELINE BELOUNGEA
Commercial Course
RONALD CAMPBELL
College Preparatory
Track 4; Junior Play; Sen-
ior Play; Hi-Y 3.
BARBARA GODBOLD
College Preparatory
Chorus 3-4 ; Operetta 3-4;
Annual Staff 4; French Club
4 Home Ec. Club; President
1; Library 1-3-4; Junior
Play; Senior Play.
ROSAMUND GOODRICH
College Preparatory
Chorus 2-3-4; Operettas 2-3-
4 Offi.ce 3; Library 2-3; An-
n'ual Staff 4; Junior Play;
Senior Play.

PATRICIA JEAN HARTUNG
College Preparatory
Chorus 1; G. A. A. 1; Pep
Club 1; Home Ec. Club 1-2;
Library 1-2; Junior Play;
Senior Play.
WILLIAM JESSICK
General
Tennis; Bowling; Basketball;
Football 1-3; Plays 1-2; Li-
brary 3.
BEVERLY BELLROSE
Commercial Cour$e
NELDA JOHNSTON
General
Chorus 1-2-3; Library 1-2-3-
4; Drill Corps.
EUGENE KRUSKIE
General
Football 1-3-4; Basketball 1-
2-3-4; Track 1-2-3-4; Junior
Play; Senior Play; Chorus 1.
FRANK KURBURSKI
General
Track 4; Junior Play; Sen-
ior Play.
PATRICK LATHROP
General
Track 2 yrs.; Art 3-4; Junior
Play.
BETTY MANN
General
Office 4; Art 4.


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JUNIOR CLASS
The Juniors traveled by boat this year, after having worked up from
their Freshman mules and their Sophomore bus.
At the helm stood class president, Frank Granstra. Beside him was
Vice-President, Leo Smith, as first - mate. Secretary Shirley Smith
kept the log for the voyage while purser, Eddie Stolt, acted as T reas-
urer. Chief Stewardess Arnie Larsen was to be found running among
the passengers, getting suggestions to take to Student Council meeting.
The Junior Sadie Hawkins Dance was a great success, probably be-
cause they had so many seamen to swab decks and perform all the
other menial tasks necessary. During the festivities, their sponsors,
Mr. Baker and Miss Corey, stood watch on the poop deck.
To take on a few provisions, the Juniors dropped anchor for awhile.
During this time, they made a stowaway pay for her keep by giving a
show called "Here Comes Charlie." This Junior play was highly en-
joyable. The sight of Captain Granstra in a beard was well worth the
money we paid for tickets.
Last year, it was voted by the students to combine the ]-Hop and
the Junior-Senior Banquet. After polishing and decorating, the boys
donned their dress blues and escorted the "girls from every port."
Naturally, while the Junior year has been a very rewarding one, the
eleventh grade will be glad to ride in style during their Senior year in
a sky clipper.
,J A A E Ballou A 0. Burdick, J. Bylsma, V. Cetus, A. Chingwa. H. Allen, . rman, . .
J H h J Ingraham A. Irish, I. Jablinskey. M. DeWiU, D. Geary, F. Gransra. W. Gregory, a n,
L J h J .Johnston V Keway, M. King, H. Kishigo, J. Krupa, J. Melching, B. Niswander. . o nson, .
L. Smith, S. Smith, B. Standish.
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s w1 n D Williams. J. Isaacs. E. StoU, D. Sutherland, G. Terpenning, M. Warner, 1 so
SOPHOMORE CLASS
As the bus left on the journey of the school term of 1951-1952, the
sophomore passengers filled fifty-four seats. Miss Carpenter and Mr.
Beer held prominent places at the head of the group as their sponsors.
Across the aisle sat class president Victor Kishigo, and b eside him was
the vice-president, Charles Taylor. These boys held th':.': same offices
last year. Behind Vic and Charles wer,e Betty Kaniarz, secretary-treas-
urer, and Marcia Baldwin, student council representative.
The first stop was at the City Grocery where this class helel a highly
successful baked goods sale.
After a few weeks of educational traveling, the sophomores once
more alighted to sell at the East Jordan game, played i.n the Harbor
Stadium. Neither the teams nor the selling committee will ever forget
the deep snow fall!
On October 20, the sophomores sponsored a Harvest Dance at the
school.
A few more baked goods sales preceded the Boyne City basketball
game at which sophomores began a new project. They raffled off a
cake between halves!
The locomotion for the mid-winter sleigh ride was supplied by the
teams of Mr. Perry and Mr. Gregory. Afterward, hot refreshments
thawed out the students at school.
June 7, the Sophomores left their hus and looked forward to another
successful year on the Junior Boat trip.
C. Adams. M. Baldwin. A. Bawkey. G. Beckon. R. Bennington. H. Bosma. B. Bradshaw. B. Butler.
E. Cassidy. P. Cease. A Cole, W. Cole. M. Francis. R. Friend. M. Gasco. K. Gerred.
W. Granstra. D. Hahn, L. Hemmes, J. Herrick. A. Hickman. M. Hoffman. J. Holdorph. A. Holiday.
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J. Howse. D. Irish.
L. Johnston. S. Johnston. J. Juilleret. B. Kaniarz, V. Kishigo, R. Lightfoot. P. Lowry, M. Mathews.
H. Mattick, T. Miller, D. Moore. G. Okorowski. E. Pawlus, A. Peterson. E. Radle, C. Rarick.
M. Schlosser. C. Seeley, A. Slocum. L. Sterly. C. Taylor. D. Troup. R. Wagenschutz, B. Ward.
FRESHMAN CLASS
"Mule Train" might have been the theme song of the Freshmen as
they commenced on the rocky path of their first year of high school.
At the 'head of the train was the president, Tom Clarke, astride a
palomino mule. His pardner was Patsy Heynig, vice - president, on
a small grey beast. Sarah King, secretary, and Kathleen Johnston,
treasurer, made a sweet picture on their black and white "long ears."
Gary Swiss, student council representative, drove the covered wagon
that contained the Freshmran sponsors, Mr. Price and Mr. Hofmeyer.
When November 3 rolled around, the frosh high-tailed it to the
Senior Carnival where they entered the big Square Dance Contest.
Their trip must have put them into top condition for they won the
contest, fair and square.
In December, the frosh decided to straighten their bow-legs with
a Christmas Dance. It was quite a success, especially as mistle-toe was
suspended from a streamer in the middle of the gym!
The silver dollars that were made on the baked goods sales and
athletic events weighed down the mules. The Freshmen will have to
give them up to board the Sophomore bus next year, when we are sure
that they will be as successful as their predecessors.
P. Aldrich. E. Ballou, R. Cetas, S. Clancy. J. Clarke, F. Shelby. J. Gretka. P. Heynig.
S. Hoover. V. Huffman. K. Johnston. C. Kaniarz. R. KimbalL S. King, V. Kishigo, V. Laubrich.
M. Lowry. V. Martin, Wm. Meyer. E. Moser, J. Myers. N. Penoyer, D. Petersen. U. Peterson.
A. Pontius. R. Pontius, E. Prusak. A. Radle, E. Samuels. J. Schawanibin, K. Shinn, E. Smith
J. Sterly. G. Swiss. J. Terry. J. Wightman. R. Luettjohann.
GRADE EIGHT
Back Row. left to right: Mr. Beauvais, Sponsor, Dan Crawford, Dick Shepherd,
Mabel Mottor. Vena Young. Virginia Rosemeier. Ruth Ann Cooper, Beatrice
Gasco, Betty Radle. Veleta Holiday. Marion Goodrich. Clara Johnston, Don
McDonald, Leslie Luesing. Tor Brager-Larsen and Albert Francis.
Middle Row: Jack Hawk, Joan Wagenschutz, Carmen Ward. Marjorie. Mottor,
Marie Holdorph, Donna Jardine. Phyllis McDonald, Sue Winegarden, Raye
Kleinhenz. Ca.rl Tippett. John Martin. Wilbur Wagenschutz, Pete Marihugh.
Robert Brown, and Mr. Ruonavaara, Sponsor.
Front Row: Jon Patton. Mary Lou Johnston, Sally Pifer. Judy Mitchell, Maxine
LaTocha. Edna Ward, Patty Wightman. Gordon Kruskie, Lynn Dee Wells.
Mary Jane Shurtleff, Gerry Burgess. Richard Whitaker. Floyd Dickey, Ted
Shinn and Norman Pemberton.
GRADE S E V E.N
BACK ROW: Mr. William Aldridge. E. Sabin. J. Gasco. M. Kenoshmeg, S. Wilson.
F. Swadling. W. Wagenschutz, M. Meyers, M. Cetas. M. Aldrich. R. King, M.
Clayton. E. Mathews, C. Gruff. P. Ellwanger. T. Wiseman. B. Dickey. Mr. Phil-
ip Kullman.
SECOND ROW: D. Pontius. L. Francis. H. Marshall, A. Miller. G. Halter. S. John-
ston. M. Whitaker, P. Johnston, J. C:okee. E. Greenier. D. Corey, M. Arman, B.
Schlappi. D. Bonter, D. Lauer. H. Gregory, H. Floyd.
FIRST ROW: A. Cook, I. Radle. A. Naganashe, I. Lightfoot, B. Clancy, N. Bawkey.
B. Peterson, D. Bradley. C. Backus, K. Howse, D. Haven, K. Barkley. L. Green-
ier, D. Gregory, J. Pemberton.
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G R A D E SIX
Front Row: Stanley Taylor. Alice Erwin, Linda Bennington, Alice Motter. Barbara
Wagenschutz. Orville Hawk. Peter Graham. Dick Stradling, Donnie Kruskie.
Sharon Meyers. Sharon Terpenning. Susy Armstrong.
Middle Row: Miss Leahy. Elroy Bartlett. Allan Allerding. Robert Dickey, Val
Booth, Dean Barnefiher. John Rinehart. Betty Marihugh. Donna Miller. Mary
Belle Tippett, Edee Juilleret. Dorothy Headley.
Back Row: Billy Juilleret, Ronnie Geary. William Herbert. John Darrow, Richie
Cl arke, Dick Barkley. Bobby Bonier, LeRoy Stanton, David Halter. Alford
La Count, Nancy Peters.
GR A D E FIV E
Front Row. left to right: Mrs. Lamkin, Sara S q u ~ e r . Ruth Halter, Jeanne Barkley.
Virginia Schlappi. Dorothy Wagenschutz, Arbutus Greenier. Sharon Mc-
Donald. Ada LaCount. Carolyn Gasaway. Carol Brown, Francis Kasuski. Gary
Ward. Arnold Howse. Patricia Gokee, Kenneth Garver.
Middle Row: Jerrolyn Phillips. Anit a Holdorph, Helen Ward. Bonnie Bliss. Willis
Fowler. Dora Wiseman. Sammy Gokee. Gerald Wells, Pauline Cook. Ronald
Nieswander. Alvin Lightfoot. Billy Francis. Gary Bonier, Curtis Lightfoot.
Back Row: Mar y Ann Ellwanger. Margaret Naganasha, Donna Brubaker. Rose-
mary Saddison. George Coveyou, Mabel Burdick, Stanley Huffma.n. Richard.
. Rosemeier, Daniel Johnston. Eldon Morse, Mike Scqtt.
GRAD E FOUR
Front Row, left to right: Sandra Heynig, Mary Geary, Carol Gokee, Beverly
Pethers, Pauline Gerred, Bonnie LaTocha, Douglas Bonier, Stephen Parrow,
Hilda Johnson, Edith Stanley, Marilyn Moore, Judith Bond, Joanne Heinz,
Jim Pemberton, Ja.ck Morrison, Henry Radle.
Middle Row: Mrs. Friend, Nellie Mottor, Nelda McFarland. Janis Joyce, Mary
Washburn, Elaine Pontius, Virginia Halter, Bud MitchelL Norman Terpening,
Janet Saddison, Richard Brown, John Bradley, Dougla.s Meeker.
Back Row: Carl Slocum, David Whitaker, Donna Clancy, Stanley Headley, Arthur
Myers, Rodney Backus, Max Matthew;;, Michael John, Robert Bruce, Brenton
Bradley, Douglas Herbert, Thomas Slocum, Shirley Swadling, Linda Tucker.
GR A D E T HRE E
Front Row, left to right: Mrs. Bathke, Stephen Pemberton, John McDonald, Gerald
Brown, Robert Cole. Marlene Morse, Jacqueline Wilhelm, Gloria Greenier,
Ward Verseput, Herman Cease, Richard Mottor.
Middle Row: Kenneth Backus, Mildred Bruce, Robert Phillips, Robert Booth,
Douglas Sprague, Susan Garver, Arthur Ellwanger, Judith Elyea, Adrienne
Boomer, Bertha- Whitaker, Bert Cook, Barbara Wightman.
Back Row: William Gasaway, Donald Corey, Charles Meyers, James Bonier, Terry
Miller, Nancy Bliss, Thomas Graham, Samuel Headley, Richard Schlappi,
George Ramey, Arnold Terrian, Neil Baldwin.
BAND
Back Row, left t :J right: Mr. Jezisek, Bill Meyers. Alvin Hickman, Arden Holiday,
Marcia Bal dwin, Lynn Wells, Mary Lowry, Sue Ellen Winegarden,
Middle Row: Harriet Kishigo, Grace Halter. Rae Jean Cetas, Raymond Scibior.
Gary Hahn, David Irish, Jane Irish. Tom Clark. Raye Kleinhenz, Ann Irish.
Front Row: Avice Moore. Wilma Gregory, Arnie Brager-Larsen, Maxine La Tocha.
Judy Juillere:t. Marlene Bradshaw. Patricia Heynig.
Thanks to the able direction of the new music teacher, Joseph Jezi-
sek, and the keen interest of the members, the performances of the
high school band were admirable entertainment this year.
The band's first appearance was at the dedica tion of the football
st adium. On December I 3, there was a Christmas Concert in which
the chorus shared honors. The Winter Band Festival was held in T ra-
verse City on F ebruary 23. The band members were justly proud of
the good rating they earned. The Spring Festival , in Cheboygan: on
May 7 ,' was also a grand suq.:ess. After this event, the towns people
were treated to a concert. The band' s lighter activities consisted of a
number of performances at the football games and pep meetings.
CHORUS
Back Row, left to right: Mr. Jezisek, Jack Melching, Ronald Bennington, David
Irish, Jerry Tippett, Arden Holiday, Gary Hahn, Richard Wagenschutz, Jane
Irish, Shirley Smith, Wilma Gregory.
Middle Row: Harriet Kishigo, Avice Moore, Marlene Scott, Evelyn Smith, Rosa-
mund Goodrich. Ann Irish, Kay Gerred, Anita Pontius, Milca Mathews, Doryl
Moore. Betty Kaniarz.
Front Row: Shirley Clancy, Betty Ward, Opal Burdick, Julia Gretka, Veronica
Kishigo, Connie Rarick, Arnie Larsen, Evelyn Pawlus, Carol Kaniarz, Bar-
bara Godbold, Joyce Sterly. Rae Jean Cetas.
Under the direction of Mr . .Jezisek, and set off by their new royal
blue robes, the chorus presented several programs during the past
year. In addition to their taking part in the annual choral festival, hdd
at Petoskey on March 29, they presented a Christmas program for the
P. T. A. on Oecemher 13: On March , 12, they sang for the local Ki-
wanis Club. On May 16, they presented the operetta, "She's One of the
Boys." Those in the cast were: Henry Curtis, Gary Hahn; Jim Hayes,
David Irish; Granger Meade, Richard Wagenschutz; Albert Ashe, Ed-
die Stolt ; Briggs, Jerry Tippett; Cora Kane, Arnie Larsen; Phyllis,
Betty Kaniarz ; Nancy, Shirley Smith; Jean, Opal Burdick; Lydia
Richards, Barbara Godbold; Henrietta Curtis, Evelyn Pawl us; Rose,
Carol Kaniarz.
On May 10 , the chorus attended the state festival in Mt. Pleasant,
after being recommended for state at the Petoskey festival.
This year a noon hour group was set up for the students who wished
to take part in the chorus activities but were unable to attend the reg-
ular practice session held fourth hour.
FRENCH CLUB
Front Row: Harriet Kishigo, Rosamund Goodrich, Ann Irish, Mr. Ruonavaara,
Barbara Godbold, Lena Johnston, Mike DeWitt.
Second Row: Arden Bawkey, Juanita Johnston, Sandra Wilson, Judy Juilleret,
David Irish.
Back Row: Lewis Johnson, Carlton Seeley, Frank Granstra, Victor Kishigo.
Bonjour! Are you ready to go youth hostling with the oldest club
in school? Our guide is Mt. Ruonavaara. Let's share our loads by rid-
ing bicycles built for two, shall we? All right , start lining up! Pushing
the weight of the first bike is Frank Granstra, our president. Riding
on the same bike is judy juilleret, vice-president , telling Frank where
to go. The front seat of the next bike is occupied by Ann Irish, our
treasurer. Lee Kleinhenz, secretary, rides behind Ann with a pencil
and pad taking down all French words.
We are told of many sides of F ranee by our guest speakers. Leaving
the Boy Scouts in Paris, we are taken to the rolling countryside to see
the vineyards. We sit in the well-known cafes and listen to famous
French Chansons. We visit the opera houses and universities. Then,
we wave goodbye to F ranee, singing and speaking as much French as
possible, n ' est-ce pas?
SEN IOR PLAY
Standing: Joyous Terrian, Mr. Price, Rhinard Troup, Garv Hahn, Rosamund Good
rich. -
Seated: Eugene Kruskie, Barbara Godbold, Lorraine Rosebohm. Jane Irish.
On Friday, the 28th of March, the curtain went up on the first act
of the Senior Play, "Room For One More." It was a two act play by
Anna Perrott Rose Wright. Rosamund Goodrich was Mrs. Rose, the
mother of Trot and Teensie, played by Jane hish and Joyce Sanderson.
Mother and Rhinard Troup as poppy always felt they had room for
another child, which they proved by adopting Gary Hahn as joey, who
aspired to be a doctor, Donna Seeley, who was Janey, the girl that
saved Lorraine Rosebohm from drowning, and Jimmy john, the little
lame boy. Mrs. Biddle, Patsy Hartung, and her two children, George
and Betty, portrayed by Eugene Kruskie and Barbara Godbold were
visitors in the Rose house nearly as often as the cranky, old, social
worker from the orphanage, joyous Terrian as Miss Winston.
Mr. Price directed the play. Mrs. Beauvais and the Senior sponsors,
Mrs. Irish and Mr. Sonnevil, worked with the stage crew to a very
attract ive out-come.
All considered, the play was a great success and everyone enjoyed
it immensely.
THE JUNIO'R PLAY
FRONT ROW: Albert Chingwa. Frank Granstra, Vincent Kewa.y, Isabelle Jablin
5key, Eddie Stolt, Ann Irish.
STANDING: Gloria Terpenning. Dick Williams. Harriet Kishigo, Diane Suther
land.
The Junior production of "Here Comes Charlie" by Joy T olrcris
was as amusing as it was well done. Mr. Price directed the cast, which
included Ann Irish, Frank Granstra, Eddie Stolt, Harriet Kishigo, Dick
Williams, Gloria Terpening, AI Chingwa, Isabelle Jablinskey, Diane
Sutherland and Vincent Keway.
When Charlie Hopps, the new ward of young Larry Elliott, turned
out, on arrival, to be a girl-in fact, a true daughter of the Ozarks-
things really popped! After fainting, Larry's Aunt Fanny, and his
fiancee, Vivian, tried their best to get rid of the delightfully primitive
young lady. They did succeed in making her bearded old Uncle Aleck
into a butler-of sorts! Finally, however, the opposition overcame
Charlie's hillbilly spirit and she left in tears, heart breakingly declar-
ing that she would become a lady with the money Uncle Aleck, who
was not so dumb after all, made on the stock market. During his ab-
sence, Larry realized how much he loved her, as did nearly every male
member of the Cast. After a year had passed, Charlie and Uncle Aleck
returned for a dinner date, completely resplendent in their finery. Ev-
erything ended well, when Charlie decided to marry "Poppa" Larry
and they lived happily ever after.
DRILL CORPS
Left hand row. front to back: Ann Irish. Jane Irish. Nelda Johnston. Lena John-
ston. Evelyn Smith, Marcia Baldwin.
2nd Row: Darlene Troup. Wilma Gregory. Mary Lou Hoffman. Mary Lowry. Juan-
ita Johnston. June Bylsma.
3rd Row: Shirley Smith. Shirley Clancy. Peggy Lowry. Harriet Kishigo. Viola
Martin. Connie Rarick.
4th Row: Gloria Terpenning. Judy Juilleret. Eleanor Cassidy. Geraldine Okorowski.
Carol Kaniarz. Marlene Bradshaw.
CHEERLEADERS
Front Row: Harriet Kishigo. Jane Irish. Shirley Smith. Ann Irish.
Bacl> Row: Rae Jean Cetas, Joanne Howse. Geraldine Okorowski. Patricia Hey-
nig. Anita Pontius.
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FOOTBALL
BACK ROW: Coach Aldridge, Herman Mattick. Mgr.-Vincen1 Keway, Mgr .-
Coe.ch Kullman.
THIRD ROW: Alber!: Chingwa. Rodney Pontius. Sam Johnston. David Irish, Bill
Meyers. Tom Clarke.
SECOND ROW: Jim Wightman. Gary Hahn, Ray Swiss, Eddie Sioll:, Martin King,
Vicl:or Kishigo. John Meyers.
FIRST ROW: Frank Gransl:ra, Richard Wagenschul:z, Elmer Ballou. WaUer Cole.
Eugene Kruskie. Charles Taylor .
Coach Phil Kullman began his second year with Bill Aldridge of
Central Michigan as his assistant. First foes of the season in the new
stadium were the Cheboygan Chiefs, a class "B" school. Rams held
them for three quarters, but their lack of depth began to show in the
final stanza, with Cheboygan winning, 33 to 6 .
Next week the Rams surprised a well-balanced Gaylord t eam with
a 26 to 0 defeat. A week later, on their home field, the Rams managed
a 7 - 7 tie with a strong Mancelona eleven.
The outweighed Rams took on Pellston and gained a vengeful 6 - 0
victory. Ray Swiss scored the touchdown. But the following week,
Charlevoix found a weakness in the line and pushed through an '1 8 - 0
defeat for the Harbor .team. A little subdued, the Rams took on Ona-
way the following week and gained an impressive 25 - 0 victory.
Nex t game of the season saw Boyne C ity run 1 8 - 0 over Harbor
Springs. Final blow came in a snowstorm as East Jordan, Conference
Champs, whipped the Rams 26 to 0. Graduating this year are backfield
men: Ray Swiss, Eugene Kruskie, and Gary Hahn.

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FRONT ROW: Ray Swiss, Eddie StoU, Gary Hahn, Charles Taylor, Victor Kishigo,
Eugene Kruskie, Herman Ross.
STANDING: Vincent Keway, Stanley Pifer, Mike DeWi:t:t, Dick Williams, Frank
Granstra. Albert Chingwa, Asst. Coach Bill, Aldridge. Coach Phil Kullman.
The Rams began the season with an unexpected win over Mance-
lona, 45 to 43. But this flashy start did not ear mark the rest of the
Ram games for the first was the only game they won.
However, the Harbor did play some fine ball. Especially
exciting were the Gaylord, Charlevoix and the tournament games.
Pellston was the opponent in that tournament game, played at Pet-
oskey. For three quarters, the game shaped up very well under the
scrappy playing of the Rams, but the Harbor team just couldn' t keep
it up and in the last quarter, the Hornets made themselves felt in a
58 to 42 victory.
A good share of the team will remain in school next year and some
new blood from the forth-coming Freshmen ought to brighten the
aspect. Good luck to the ball squad of '53!
TRACK ,
BACK ROW: Lewis Johnson. Rodney Pontius. Elmer Ballou. Marin King. Frank
Grans:tra. '
SECOND ROW. Coach Kullman, Shelby Floyd, Jerry Hahn, Alvin Hickman, Ronnie
Campbell. Coach Aldridge.
FIRST ROW: All:on Radle, Arden Bawkey, Horace Bosma, Eugene Kruskie,
Charles Taylor.
The hopes of the Harbor Springs thin-clads were high this year,
although only three l e ~ t e r m e n returned, The nucleus of Coach Kull-
man's squad was Ray Swiss, a dashman and shot-putter; Eugene
Kruskie , a dashman and low hurdler; and Richard Wagenschutz, a
pole vaulter and distance man, Frank Granstra, Jerry Hahn, Arden
Bawkey and Martin King have also shown promise,
SPONSORS
We wish to thank each of the following business firms and individuals whose donations
made this year book possible:
Harbor Springs Grange
Kiwanis Club of Harbor Springs
0. Brager-Larsen
Petoskey Northern Auto
Parent Teachers Association
Renolda Greenhouse
Haynes Studio
Adams Sc to $1.00 Store
Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.
Elliott's Garage
Erwin's Drug Store
Friend Fuel Co.
Mrs. A. E. Goodrich
Dr. T. F. Graham
Graphic Publishing Co.
Greenier Saw Mill
Harbor Springs Auto Co.
Hollywood Service Station
Hovey's Drug Store
Juilleret' s Restaurant
Michigan Potato Growers
Wager's Meat Market
Walrond, Friend and Cassidy
Walstrom and Griffeth Boat Co.
Rhine's Service Station
Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Barevienski
Bar Harbor
Dr. F. ]. McEvoy
Clyde Pifer
Noble De Witt
Earl's Barber Shop
Harbor Springs Grocery
Harbor Springs Upholstering Co.
] ess' s Grocery
Squier Electric Shop
\V. B. Sydow & Sons
Wightman Cleaners
Mrs. Everrett Shepherd
Johnston's Restaurant
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