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Librarian 3, Dramatics
54, Paper starr 4,
Annual Staff 4, FHA
STUART NELSON . . . . . .
Claes Officer 4, Glee Club
1234, FHA 1254, Basketball
23, Band 1234, Speech 4,
Paper Staff 4, Dramatics
34, King Candidate 4
DON IE FOSTER . . . . . .
FPA 1234, Glee Club 1234,
asketball 1234, Softball
1234, Track 1234, Dramatics
34, Band 1234, Band officer
3, Mixed Chorus 4, Octet 3,
Paper Staff 4, Clase
Officer 134, Annual Staff
4, FFA Officer 34, King
PHYLLIS GRAY . . . . . . .
GAA 1234, CAA Officer 24,
FHA 1234, FHA Officer 4,
Class Officer 23, Dramatics
34, Band 1234, Band Officer
4, Annual Staff 4, Paper
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GEOFGIA KAMPMEYER . . . . .
GAA 1234, FHA 1234, Band
1234, Glee Club 14, Mixed
Chorus 4, Dramatic: 34,
Paper Staff 4, Band
CLIFFORD HOTCHKIN . . . . .
FFA 1234, Class Officer 4,
Paper Staff 4,
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Helen Gray .
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Arden Young . . Secretary
Norma Griffith . . Treasurer
Mary Ellen Heath . Student Rep.
Richard Heyerdahl . . Adviser
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Orchid and Green
who's who in the Senior Glass
Who's the tallest? ------- Ivan Franklin
Who's the shortest? - - Betty Gosnell
Uho's the noisiest? - - Mary Leponic
Who's the quietest? - - Florence Tuze
Who's the youngest? - - Rose Abraham
Who's the oldest? - - - Raymond Roser
Who's the smartest? - - Melvin Martin
Who's the most popular ----- Louise Moodey
Who's the shiek? -------- Ivan Franklin
Whofs the class crooner? - - - - Donald Fifse
Who's the singer? ------- Alice Stockey
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The Senior Class of 19L9 has been decidedly different from'the
usual High School class throughout their four years of school work.
The l9L6 Freshman class enrolled with 52 students, the largest
number ever to be enrolled in the Freshman class up to that date.
The Freshman - Sophomore years were uneventful, except that during
these two years the class held its own in every activity and par-
ticipated whole-heartedly in all school extra curricular activities.
The class was sponsored by Miss Jacobs. The class party was given
at George Holts, in spite of the snow drifts. During the Sophomore
year, the outstanding - event was the lavish weiner roast at Johnny
The Junior year was a busy one for every member of the class.
The Seniors were entertained at a Prom and Banquet given in their
honor. The class also presented their first class play, entitled
'Ruth and her Buddiesn, directed by sponsor Mrs. Harsh. Can you ever
forget the certain masculine Student's grace in high heeled shoes?
So dawned the Senior year destined to be one of the outstand-
ing years of the class history. The sponsoring of the Year Book
was an outstanding accomplishment. The sponsor for this year was
Superintendent Goethals. Ivan Franklin came forward to fill the
presidential chair for the student body.
Alice Jamison, vivacious brunette, was selected and crowned
The entire class will give to this school a distinction in
musical, athletic and scholastic affairs.
MARY LANDRETH FLOYD 'ITZEISS
EILEEN GLYNN LEE THACKER
JEANNE SYMTHI BUFORD RAY
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'All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely
Freshmen -- The bright morning in September about three years ago,
a starry-eyed group of youngsters decided they would like to go on
the stage. Of course, we knew very little about it, and little did
we realize that we could not be actors and actresses at first.
Sophomores -- The next year we advanced to property managers. Altho
we were a bit older and were granted more privileges, we sympathized
with the stage hands because we had been in the same boat the year
before I Our social life consisted of a class party at which every
one enjoyed himself.
Juniors -- This year we became understudies and we let the other
classes know that we could do things as well as they could. We gave
the Seniors a Prom and we feel sure that they who attended had a
delightful time. We also had a meeting and selected a class flower
and class colors. We are just under studies now, but it won't last
long. We have already made up our minds that next year's Year Book
will be the best ever.
Seniors -- Soon we will be the leading characters. Of course, we
cannot see into the future, but we hope to make the Senior Year our
best and then reach that shining goal - graduation.
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We caught the bus that day
And shyly sat aside.
when we arrived at school,
Some dignified seniors we spied.
Oh, how we wished we were they!
They knew what to do and to say!
But they couldn't down the Freshmen!
We were on our way,
We elected our president.
Carol Lynn was the one.
She lays down the rules,
Ne follow them, son!
We sponsored a hobby show,
It was a great success.
We were making progress.
Our order in meetings deserves a prize.
The president is polite,
Now we're getting some place.
we're having a dance.
The work is done,
The music fine,
And it's all lots of fun.
Ne're well represented,
Mary, Fred, Bill, and Sue.
There are lots of others
And l'm there, too!
Don't fight a Freshman
Because we're telling you, now--
You can't beat a Freshman--
No matter how!
President ..... ....... . Carol Lynn Russell
Vice-President ........... . . Charlotte Duet
Secretary-Treasurer . ......... . . Jean Paige Byrd
Tommy Savage Freddie Gray Barbara Smalley
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Wanda Jean Moon
Larry Neil Boyd
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BEST ALL-ROUND GIRL Bobble Lee Wright
BEST ALL-ROUND BOY Jerry Don Dean H
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RAS CADE uBudH Needs more height.
JERRY DON DEAN HPotheadN Feeds to eat less peanuts.
AARON DALTON nRoebuckH Needs tc show his teeth more.
OTIS EARLE nBeakieH Needs to eat more spinach.
VERNON HART HGoogn Needs more girl friends.
WANDA JEAN HOON HCoonN Needs to stav at home more often
BROOKS NORRIS nBubbaH Needs to be less effervcscent.
JONETTE SYAPP HSnapperW Needs less temyer.
CARROL SPARKS HSparkplugn Needs to play more basketball.
JO RENE TERRELL NBonyn Needs to weigh mare.
BOBBIE LEE WRIGHT HChickenH Needs to stop making faces.
MRS. FOSTER nFossleU Needs to use shorter words.
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The champions of last year's girls' inter-class
basketball tournament were the sturdy Junior Team.
In the final game played with the Seniors, the Juniors
met with some real difficulty but came through with
flying - - - happy colors.
The inter-class basketball practice started this
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practicing first. The only ones eligible for the
inter-class squads were the outstanding players on
the entered roll in the home room tournament.
The Senior group was unusually large which made it
difficult to cut down the squad to first and second
teams. The Junior squad also had a large group out
and showed promising material for a good team.
Basketball holds sway in the girls' gym during the
months of January and March. Many girls who are
tested out in the classes of gym have never had the
opportunity of understanding the fundamentals of
Many new plans are expected for next year.
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Not Pictured: Hanneman, Miller, Hall.
Through worry, finanee, and pages of copy, the Bobcat Staff worked their way,
and managed to meet the deadline date in March. In spite of the many trials, produc-
tion ran smoothly.
This is Houghton Lake High sehool's third annual. The Staff has attempted to
accurately portray life at Houghton Lake School and makea yearhook of which every-
one interested should he proud.
We want to thank Phil Geney for helping our staff with the advertising.
The Staff members are:
Adviser . ,.e..,.,. Mr. Gerard
Editor-in-chief , . -- . ,.Marjorie Arnwine
Asst.. Editor . ., - -. , -,,- M -. or ,tlieona Sutherland
Literary Dept.-Oualee Jackson, Judy Baumgartner, Norma Pringle,
Business Dept..-Vivian Peterson, Bill Guernsey, Carol MacDonald,
Typists , ,, ,.,- . ,- uw, -,,.. ...t, Eleanor Preece, Lorraine Putman
Photography . ,Loraine l.al"orest, Kenny Hanueman, Rhea Bowman
Art Editor H. , -.-, .- v .... ,. .... . .... ., -Lonna Rae Hall
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The orchestra made up of members of all four classes has closed
its books on another successful season. The Director, Mary Carlson,
is to be highly complimented on her exceptional record since start-
ing this appreciated musical organization in our school only three
The willingness of this organization to help out in all school
events and activities as well as their assembly appearances is ap-
preciated by all. We now realize that no High School should be
without its orchestra.
Individual members of the orchestra who are outstanding in
their accomplishments in solo work and in participation in
district and state music
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Harold Beaty and Gerald Holme won first place in their district
contests and participated in the State contest held April 16th.
Harold Beatty-received honorable mention in the State contest.
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