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Catholic Youth Center Decorating Committee, St. Thomas High School, February 1952

Catholic Youth Center Decorating Committee, St. Thomas High School, February 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 22, 1952
Caption
La Vie En Rose: The all-city high school dance to be held from 9 to 12 o'clock tomorrow night in St. Thomas School gymnasium will take its decoration theme from the song, "La Vie en Rose." Each girl attending will receive a rose as a favor. Other decorations will include tinseled stars and crepe paper. Planning decorations are Patricia Marney (left), Sylvia Malecki (seated) and Patricia Malone. Proceeds will be used for the Catholic Youth Center.

St. Thomas Cheerleaders, November 1952

St. Thomas Cheerleaders, November 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 14, 1952
Caption
One recipe for high school fun is to pile as many teen-agers as possibleinto and onto a hotrod. St. Thomas High has a variation of that after every football game. Mary Toms (driver) borrows her father's green jeep and leads the team bus back to school. On hood are (left to right) cheerleaders Carol Otto, Mary Lou Farmer, and Sylvia Malecki. Behind driver (left to right) are Ellen Patterson, Kay Kelly and Sue Cyr. Also aboard but not clearly visible are Kathleen Wooster, Better Toms, Mary Cook, Marilyn Cyr and Joan Hickey. (Kay, Ellen and Joan also are cheerleaders.) Mary will lead the snake dance to the field tonight for the St. Thomas-U High game.