. VOI/. 9, NO. 14 — THLTRSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1955
"Fastest Grousing Weefeltf ffw 'Wts,sht&naw County'9
FIVE CENTS PER COPY — S2 A YEAR.
MASTER OF CEREMONIES Franklin M. Keck, a former member of the Manchester School Board, addresses crowd attending dedication
services of new High School this fall.
Bob Beyers, editor of The
Reporter, is taking a well-
deserved vacation this week.
During his absence, we are
happy to be able to publish
a number of the pictures
which he took during the
course of the year . . and
which have not till now been
used in the paper.
. These pictures, 1955
Souvenir Photos, will, we
hope, recapture some of the
fun and excitement of the
1955 IN PICS
MANCHESTER ECONOMY RUNNERS were honored at the fonrth annnal awards banquet. In picture above,
Detroit Traffic Court Judge John B. Watts congratulates Janice Klager, of Manchester, who finished third in the village heavyweight car division. I/eft to rght, other winners are: LeRoy Townsend, Manchesterwinner hi heavyweight division; Gary Brokaw, Manchester runner - up
"in the heayweight division; Jerry Aikon, third.- place winner in Man-Chester mddleweght diwision; Kay Leddy, runner . up in the same
division; Don Mshar, of Chelsea; grand champion of the Economy Run Sweepstakes; and Dave Boutell, Manchester middleweight winner.
Civic Club president Franklin M. Reck is at right.
BEARING DOWN HARD, Jeff Fischer prepares to toss one over
the plate for Dexter in summer softball series.
VIEW of massed bands at Michigan - Northwestern game this fall. Saline Band is located to the left of TJ-M band (dots, center).
Manchester Band was the smallest group participating. — Photograph courtesy Fisher - Mann Photography, Ann Arbor
RUNNING FOR SHERIFF in mock elections held by government
students at Manchester High this fall 'was Marilyn Ahrens, .candidate
on the "Progressors" ticket. Probate Judge candidate was Kay Ekin.
Winners spent a day at the County Building in Ann Arbor learning
operations of local government.
RESERVE CHAMPION fat barrow at Detroit Junior Livestock show was demonstrated by Dave McCalla,
of Whitemore Lake, shown above with Washtenaw County Agent Don Johnson.
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WE'LL LICK BOYSVUJUE, a Homecoming prediction come true, was the boast of eighth graders
Barbara Elsasser, Peggy Ernst, Sally dishing, Patsy Murray, and queen Ginger Hunter.
SHOCKED by an Indian in the house, Sandra Sherrod fainted in Dexter school play. "The Ousters' tast Stand." On hand to revive her were
Denise Scully and Neil McSane. Cause of the commotion was Max Dar-
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