Eaton Rapids High School - Eatonian Yearbook (Eaton Rapids, MI)

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1 1 3, i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I i I 5 E 1 e a KMA msg iyfcqb , 96775 Uf f U f'2cj's fm! I .1 Ja-FZZA . iw M , wigzfyi of , Qfiijlffgam ggff Sw k ggi bio dw? . f E AQ Dairy 555 EEG SW 3 x A 1 ' XX W ,eww CWM ATQNIAN Eaton Rapids High Eaton Rapids, Michigan SepIember, 1959 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 5 I I I I I I I I E I I I I I I I I I 3 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ,, WW, ,,,,, W , ,, , ,, ,, ,W ,I to .Iune,196O .I wa in 11" 'Fil ya 'gi "1 .M '1 fi 'E . 4 -5 il '1 .5 Hi i nd pw kc 'ff We 5' 574 sit J-'l '52 5. -.1 ai -111.35-all-' TA"ii,-'mafia sein A nat"- 41Wf'L4l""wl""'wO'KaWi4 ' This was a year of lirsts. The whole world looked with hope upon Khrushchev's visit to the United States and Eisenhoweris tour of eleven foreign countries on three continents. Nationally, people were shocked to discover that the "know-it-allsa' on the quiz shows actually had outside help. People in Michigan woke up one morning and found their state had many debts and no money. This dilemma was straightened out late in December to the satisfaction of no one. Things were happening in Eaton Rapids, too. The city put- picnic tables in the park across from the schoolg the administration worked hard for a new school buildingg two new sports and two new organizations were added to the school programg the football team rewarded us with a League championshipg several other things happened for the first time. Certainly, THIS WAS THE YEAR. P' r :L v. 35 Zig ll 5 Qi v' F mx .1 4 5 ir? 5 3 :H Y E ki l 5 Q E 5 11 Sf 55 ?f F if Q3 F -i an a is E g, wi 5 3 fa 49 if if Contents Introduction 1-5 School Life 6-17 Academics 18-35 Sports 36-55 Activities 56-79 Underclassmen 80-91 Seniors 92-106 Closing 107 Patrons and Advertisers 108-133 Index 134-1 36 ' 1' f.1,,1iiE4i?E1ASiWt-:QL-si? Karin Was Part of Our School Life . ,-in S X x ...JI A 1 4 Y id N x.- , .f f 9 , 3 Q at 4 S SAS 9 if 0 5 .x.. f s Qs J4. " N 5 2 1, . -fx, . ,k x-if L, L ,. Lili' ,.,fE . ' S 524 ndfq 'Q gg iff, J. lk , ig'-fj 4. fiiwi mis' .H , 55.12 rad' 'fix ff 7 swf, 1.3 siyffff Ywq, Q. F'-'gf ijxag utumn Brings Excitement Crisp air and falling leaves herald the arrival of fall and the opening of school. Students flock to Eaton Rapids High School and everywhere there is an air of anticipation and excitement-anticipation of coming school 'ZZ' ' events and the excitement of renewing old friend- ", ships and making new ones. This year proved to be even more exciting with the arrival of our Norwegian exchange student, Karin Skallsjo. Karin stepped right into her new American life and took an active part in the school events of the year. Aw B. 5-.L as Ie 'Mr .y w Q A sg? 7 gg , 'wig 128 X 1: Karin's schedule problems are ironed out by Mr. Fransted Dennis Moore has the honor of one of the first dances with Karin. Karin is officially welcomed by Louise, Student Council President, at the opening dance, given by the Eatonian staff. 8 And Renewal of Friendships J im Sprague practices for his annual staff duties. fr is Q4 Q1 1 Y .f if Sk' Norman Perkins gazes with admiration at the press notices of our League Champions. OUR HEROES cmawasmmsasm A ." . . Q '- ' 0nzaclf.1a's1wsm.o. , "n:,5vhg,W' " X . aff? r Above: Karin is kept busy answering the many ques- tions of the students. Below: Leo Morehouse and Chris- Shepherd prepare their horns and music for the first half- time show. , f?!1?f2i. +fw:-t Lf- ,rfivif , r -1: 4 ,,., I 'ji 1 2' B - 1, ,..,. t fsmrvatzm .,X,, may E.. Fisk it a QQ ,QQ ftfuii Q A t -.ami 'mt ' im? 'I-.1e??Wf7.45zfrzssss 'QSZ7twfQws.'4g r. vigil-Pbiiffigiggx sr wsggstaftvrs, 4 2 V wry by Q e S fir zmlsxzg L J' 'fgsxiitiislazsxtgf my zagQt,,,E53 9 Homecoming SHARLA MCKESSY Senior Queen Sharla, senior class representative, happily ac- cepts the roses presented to her by Jim Lane. Queens Lend Beauty and Grace SHEILA VARNEY Junior ELAINE BERRY Sophomore KATHY LONG Freshman The night of October 23 was dismal and dreary, but our spirits were bright and sunny as the Grey- hounds trampled Charlotte 34-0. The game was doubly importantg not only was it Homecoming, but the traditional Little Brown Jug was at stake. Senior Sharla McKessy was crowned Home- coming Q ueen a few minutes before playing time. With her court and their escorts fSheila Varney and David Shifkey, Elaine Berry and Ray Hogan, Kathy Long and John Bergstadj Sharla, escorted by Dick Hilliard, reigned over the game and the dance, 'Football Frolicf The Homecoming Dance after the game is always a big success. ight of Royalty and Excitement Proudly painting the score on 'ALittle Brown Jug" is Jon Mills h a hoop made by the Key Club to meet our biggest rival, Charlotte. 1-252535 'f ' 5 1652 1' Mi' 555915 A?ifff3?5 .13s,,'fWeyQ WM, 5 Siffaiiil-'fbi Lss3Z?f'E'fiR2?U5 iwefiaigiei .faggQg253.if?gsf '5Q:f53i2QiWgi? :WEISEYEAFSK-Q? X,g3QS,.geiV3g!iiS gwizizffs is55EdF?7iEiKi 5-Qggqszsm i??ls?5gPi1ai sa5Mf!E-Sill? iff'Qi2gQ2ggQ5f if W' A. Efie, nxt '3w,f5.5- mlzivf-:w,,5', , A rare moment for Mr Koyl all the band members are playmg Hard Work and Many Activities Gary thinks the "tall white gent1eman's" hat is just all "cat". Dancing is meant to be enjoyable, but these participants seem to be concentrating too hard to enjoy it. Penny, and Bob seem to be enjoying it P I l x ! Mike, Lester, and Sue catch up on all the latest news in the Bark. Q we f ,. -, .V 111-.1-iawfhwm-.41- , ,,,,,,,,,,,, , . . ,, Winter ueen Honors The sweetheart of Norway become the sweet- heart of Eaton Rapids High School at the Valen- tine Ball February 13. Miss Karin Skallsjo, was crowned Valentine Queen at the annual ball sponsored by the Key Club. Others in her court were: Sharon Grues- beck, Liz Miller, and Betsy Bentley. The VFW Community Center was the site of the festivities with Carl Henry's Orchestra adding just the right musical touch. The formal occasion was attended by both students and faculty, and Cupid's evening was dubbed a huge success. John watches as Jeff Puryear crowns Karin Queen of the Valentine Ball. Valentine t Karin, Sharon, Liz, and Betsy are waiting to be called to the crowning of the Queen. All centered around Queen Karin are Betsy Bentley and Roy Buckinghamg Liz Miller and Ron Wheelerg John Fox, Karin's escortg and Sharon Gruesbeck and Mike Booth. Taken by Seniors Awaiting the crowning of the Basketball Queen are the candidates and their escorts: Ginny Alt and Dick Huntington, Linda Morrow and Bob Downing, Karan Brown and Gary Puryear, Susie Hasty and Tim Driver. One of the fondest dreams of every girl is to become a beauty queen. Ginny Alt, senior, real- ized this dream by becoming the 1960 Basketball Queen. The team, anxious to please the newly-elected queen, glided easily through a 55 to 46 victory over Grand Ledge High School. Ginnyls court made up of Linda Morrow, Karan Brown and Susan Hasty, shared the Queen's spotlight for the Anniversary Waltz at the Varsity Club dance following the game. Jim Lane presents our happy Queen with one dozen red roses. Only smiling faces are seen when Ginny is crowned Queen by Gerald Oade. Basketball Spring Finally Arrives H:',.':':':' F.3-:".E ins... What else could it be but spring! i Y S. K m il wfyfflffi lil Looks like the grades are going up for these seniors as the year draws to an end. 5 as N, 3, ff' Y, 4. ' Li: 1,5.1'QY1.2Sbi'- 1 4 wt' W- .."w.s- Mr. Koyl is surprised by a huge birthday cake which is a few days early. The art teacher and a member sent overseas in the Art Q X i e Q Wlth Plans for the End Above: One of the big decisions of the year for the community ..,.. change school colors? Left! Working many long and hard hours the juniors present their play "Just Ducky" on April 8. iii , at sian we :Pi 7 ':. :?Q:1' Selling candy is a weekly project for the seniors. in tr Wwwi r.l.rzm4af?mQaw',mmmvam - IAilZ2,Ei Q Jim 'Www' 2521 1f5..2'i'eV-:wi A ff . "Y :xx vM .,iw:.:rf.u11 Uri' X, wp, , S wb ' Y f .-'W,,'f.Q:L-'5+Qn'Hf?w'v,esff fin r. . ..4"s4.g, - f' -' ,fif f 'iFv.x,:f' '. . ., Plans , W5 .aysiqffgiwsfi-17.5 K .U xg,m.w.,.,,.. 6 ,,.. v,.,. , ,V -uggagfifygsv M L - ' 1 Av Z9 kai. v . C' 1 a New School Building Minor hanges Adopted Above: Mr. Beiser, Superintendent of Schools, uses his dictaphone to prepare a letter for his secretary to type. Right: Mrs. Smith. secretary to the school board, and Mrs. Converse, oflice secretary, take a few minutes from their busy schedule to discuss the day's activities. 'A 'wagsggswxei.fyaleiff 11112 , .,..,.. W, ..,,.. if -,,. ts The office help consists of students who give up their study hall to help in one of the grade school or high school oliices. Front Ron Carl Florian Connie Conard Beverly Belhnger Joanne Porter, and Janice Hawley. Second Row Shirley Appleton Stephanie Gruber and Jinny Alt. Not pictured: Linda Cady and Trudie Canedy Wfvvaw 20 To Help Solve Problems of Growth Mr. Lute Hartenburg, Treasurerg Mrs. James Fuller, Secretaryg Mr. Herbert VanAken, Presi- dentg Dr. Eber Sherman, Trustee, Mr. Earle Miller, Trustee, Superintendent M. J. Beiser. it The administration has been most concerned this year with problems related to overcrowding. Some classes are too large, but much more pres- sing is the need for space to tit more classes into buildings designed for a much smaller school with a less comprehensive curriculum. Working for a new building or for remodeling the present building to accommodate more stu- dents and more classes has occupied much of the time of the board of education, the superinten- dent, and the principal. Separation of the junior high and the high school for assemblies and other gatherings, a re- vision of the school day to make double use of the buses, and allowing high school students to remain away from the building when not in class have partially solved the problem for the past year. Mr. Fransted waits as Mrs. Squires checks a student's schedule in the student file cabinet. 'ss 21 Communication kills MRS. LUCILE ECKHART A.B. Illinois Wes- leyan Universityg Speech I, English I, English III. Mrs. Eckhardt shows her class the origin and meaning of the word 'biographyf 5.11-.Q Above: MRS. DOROTHY B. RICH A.B. Franklin College, M.A. Michigan State Uni- versityg Journalism, English II, IV. Mrs. Rich and the Bark staff choose the issue to be sub- mitted to the 1960 Central Michigan journalism contest. Right: MRS. JOANNE SNELL A.B. Miclzigazz State Universityg English I, II. Mrs. Snell explains the use of verb tenses to a stu- dent. MR. GENE EMMER., A.B. Miami University, M.A. Michigan State Universityg Eng- lish III. Mr. Emmer discusses the fundamentals of writing essays. 22 The ability to communicate successfully with his fellowman is perhaps the most important goal a student strives to attain. To achieve this goal students must first learn their native language. All students are required to pass three years of high school Englishg col- lege-bound seniors are encouraged to take Eng- lish IV. Many seniors choose journalism, where all phases of newspaper work are undertaken, with emphasis on newswriting. Language would be of little use if it could not be spoken understandably. Speech class is designed not only to teach public speaking but also to improve, general conversational ability. Foreign language plays an important role in many professions, and gives students a better understanding of their own language. Are Important Goals Above: MRS. MILLIE ANDERSON A.B. University of Minnesota, M.A. University of Minnesota and National University of Mexicog Latin I, Latin II. Spanish I, Spanish II. Mrs. Anderson helps her class read LaLuz, a Spanish newspaper. Below: MRS. RUTH BATES A.B. Central Michigan Collegeg English 8, Science 8. Under the direction of Mrs. Bates, an eighth grade student writes and punctuates a sentence as it is dictated to her, 1 N. is . 3555" s 'E 5. B -J .l. is 23 l M Above: MR. ROY SOLDWISH B.S. Bowling Green University, L M.A. Michigan State University: Science-Arithmetic 7, Science 8. Mr. Soldwish is overseeing an experiment showing the expansion 0 of air by heating, Right: MR. WILLIAM JENKINS Bs. Mich- dVanCCd B1010gy gan State Universityg Science-Arithmetic 7, Science 8. Mr. Jenkins and his eighth grade science class read about volcanoes. S7 6.1-'1 Q vt' 5 ..- MR. DAVID YOUNG A.B. Alma College, M.A. Michigan Slate University: Biology I, 11. Mr. Young checks several Advanced Biology projects, some of which will be displayed In the first Hoor hall. it of Eaton Rapids High School understands the need for creating interest in science and math courses. and is willing to broaden their program to accommodate such improvements. Participa- tion in the National Defense Education Fund brought added equipment to the chemistry, phys- ics, biology, and math departments. An advanced biology class was added to the curriculum of the high school this year. Only stu- dents who took Biology I were eligible for the advanced course. Carried on as a problem and project course, the semester class was comprised primarily of seniors. While delving into various subjects in class discussions, debates, lectures, and reports, students carried on projects at home. A highlight of the class was a lield trip to a museum at the University of Michigan. A complete math curriculum is offered at Eaton Rapids. From the junior high arithmetic classes to advanced algebra and trigonometry, processes are taught which will be used in voca- tions in years to come. Added to Science Department MR. EDWARD POSTEMA B.S. Michigan State Universityf Algebra I, Il. Slide rules look confusing, but Mr. Postema shows his Algebra II class how to conquer them. -r-'L"l 0009 5 aaeviii 0 v""Ge is 1909 06255113 is I N' . Aw M L4 iwczlw Above: MRS. CAROLYN BROWN B.S. Michigan State Uni- versityg Arithmetic 8, General Math. Mrs. Brown asks about the relationship of one triangle to another. Left: MR. JACK KOCH B.S. Michigan State University, Science 8, Science- Arithmetic 7. As his seventh grade arithmetic class puts prob- lems on the blackboard, Mr. Koch checks to see if anyone is having difliculty. Above: MRS. MYRTLE GOETZ A.B. Michigan State University: Geometry, Trigonometry, Solid Geometry. Mrs. Goetz explains a test question to one of her trigonometry students. Left: MR. EARL D. RICH A.B. Franklin, M.A. University of Michigang Physics, Algebra I, Chemistry. Mr. Rich is showing his physics students how pulleys work. ...iff 25 MX Qu' MR. GERALD L. GEROW A.B. Michigan Stale Uni- versity, Social Studies, Government. Mr. Gerow, the new government teacher, points out the countries the l' 'll b d ' . MR. THOMAS L. HORN A.B. Eastern Michigan University, C ass W1 e Stu ymg M.A. University of Minnesota: American Government, Guid- ance. 1 Mr. Horn supervises his government class as they . t . strugg e over one of the daily quizzes. S To further the understanding of our world today, a student must have a complete knowl- edge of the civilizations, both past and present. To accomplish this goal the social studies de- partment begins in junior high with a basic Amer- ican history course. In the freshman and sophomore years the emphasis is placed on social studies and world history. A more detailed study of American history is taken up as a required junior course. A minor part of the history course includes current events. As an advanced current events class, Inter- national Problems delves deeper into the reasons behind the headlines. An elective, Probs is offered to seniors as a semester course. Government, also a semester course, is re- quired. To be a productive member of our pres- ent society, a citizen should have a thorough knowledge of the wheels of his government. ' , . fi' it W-gf'r'4v ,, .,,- y , , V , gf - m ri 3 2 I L , ' , nr. V , ,.,,.... Above: MR. PAUL MERGENER A.B. Michigan State University, M.A. Michigan State Universityg Social Studies. Test questions are sometimes hard to under- stand. Mr. Mergener is explaining what kind of answer he wants to a certain question. Left: MRS. MILDRED PAGE A.B. Eastern Michigan Universityg United States History, International Problems. Mrs. Page is leading her Problems students in a class discussion. Y l --mia Z4 FLORENCE MAXEY A.B. Washington University: English History 7, English 8, History 8. Mrs. Maxey helps her eighth grade history students gain greater knowledge of World War I. Right: MISS ESMA FERGUSON B.S. Central Michigan Universilyg Eng- lzshH1stoiy 7 History 8. Every year Miss Ferguson's class makes a thorough study of Michigan. The pamphlet, the copper plate, and the Michigan notebook all help the students learn about their state. MRS VIRGINIA GIFT A.B. Michigan State Univer- sity English History 7, English 8. A vital part of Amer- ican history is the Revolutionary War. Mrs. Gift helps two seventh raders better understand the war and its . ' F7350 J In Awww rs. . . as Q 'X-.. Above: MRS. MARLOWE HIXSON A.B. Eastern Mich- igan Universityg English I, History 8. Mrs. Hixson shows stu- dents their next area of study, Central America. Below: MRS. MAE L. HORN A.B. University of lllinnesotag Eng- lish-History 7, English 8. Mrs. Horn helps her class check their vocabulary test. as Vocational Courses .L Ill Nx nn 'Tl I I 5 .1 ii I MR. WILLIAM SHELDON B.S. Western Michi- gan Universityj Auto Mechanics I, II, Farm Shop. Mr. Sheldon demonstrates the proper way to put pistons in an engine. MR. EUGENE VERRETTE B.S. Michigan Stare Universityg Metalshop 7, 8, I, II. Mr. Verrette ex- plains the operation of the new milling machine. MR. MORRIS HODGES B.S. Central Michigan Universitvg Mechanical Drawing, Architectural Drawing. Mr. Hodges is helping a student with some of the problems involved in drawing house plans. -if 28 Essential In odegrn Age Vocational courses are considered highly es- sential in our modern age. Homemaking, agricul- ture, woodshop, metalshop, architectural drawing and auto mechanics are offered at Eaton Rapids I N' H ..-Mgr ' -at -1 , -. " - ' HM. ,. . - - 'A .. , - nag- f- s a fl .. .. .. H A A . wssswefnersfr ., - rf we ' , A, -1 ireffafzz. - - wreath:res3?St?1sa'wa..szgsf1 ..f..+,g or 1 - sw- sr,rer??ie.-ffsfefwi.fszi,5--.1ei- as fSx.1wfefsis,-em.. .1 . 1.,fg-gf ..,, s,...i.s.,,,5 . s,5...,..,,.,,.,..,9,....... " 1 1 .- ' -nf . we W -we few- ...ls-.gaff f ' .am . .1 -are ..,..an:iA .,m.fm.e. . is is--I M,.......2.....nsgg . aw .M l 5 High School in vocational department. Two purposes are served by the vocational classes. Not only are they preparatory courses for those majoring in vocations in college, but they are also extremely beneficial to everyday life. ww' ,-ga: MR. JAMES SYLVESTER B.S. Western Michigan Univer- sity,' Woodshop 7, 8, I, II. Individual projects are a part of all shop coursesg here Mr. Sylvester oversees work on one of them. MR. EARL MCKIM B.S. Michigan State Univer- sityg Agriculture I, II, III-IV, Science 8. Mr. McKim shows students the steps involved in correct par- liamentary procedure. Below left: MRS. EVA MCKIM B.S. Michigan Stale Universityg Home Economics 7, 8, II, III-IV. Mrs. McKim stresses to her students that pressing 'as you go' is important when making bound buttonholes. Below: MISS MARY ELLEN HOYT A.B. Greenville College: Family Living, Home Economics 7, 8, I. Miss Hoyt's class demonstrate how to set a table and be good host- esses. 29 Business Education Builds Well-Trained Students SW' MRS. ANNE DUNHAM B.S. Ferris Instituteg Short- I, II, Type I. Mrs. Dunham dictates words to her Short- hand II class. MISS DOROTHY MERRITT B.S. Ferris Institute, M.B.A. University of Denver,' Type I, II, Business Ma- chines, Bookkeeping. Miss Merritt is on hand to help when a student doesn't understand bookkeeping or finds her books don't balance. M Xhcfadmhnneql ,I 5 ,,,,,f,f. imsfa .NTS ' 'W' A9 D, qgfggqu sum A N . ' iz? . MR. DALE DUNHAM B.S. Ferris Institute: Arith- metic 8, General Business. Mr. Dunham is dictating a letter to his General Business class. The business world today holds untold oppor- t tunities for well-trained personnel. The first step to a well-rounded business edu- cation is General Business offered in the sopho- more year. Type I provides a basic knowledge of how to type such things as reports, letters, and manu- scripts for general use. A more thorough course, Type II, is designed for the serious business stu- dent. Such things as would occur in a business oiiice are explained in detail and gone over and over to insure correctness. Speed and accuracy are the key words in Shorthand I and II. Concentration and dexterity, too, are required to produce an adept shorthand student. Rounding out a business education is a one- semester business machines class. With a wide variety of the newest and most practical machines, the course proves most beneficial to the business people of tomorrow. MR. FLOYD SCHWAB B.E. University of Toledog Boys' Physical Education, United States History, and MR. RAYMOND VAN MEER A.B. Simpson College, M.A. Miclzigan State Universityg Athletic Director, Boys' Physical Education. Mr. Schwab and Mr. Van Meer supervise the boys, gym class. Health and Safety Are of Prime Importance Building a healthy mind is not the sole aim at Eaton Rapidsg a healthy body, too, must be considered. Physical fitness is becoming more and more important in our modern world. To meet the need, girls' and boys' physical education classes offer a wide variety of activities. MISS MILDRED SWEM A.B. Adrian College, M.M. Michigan State Universityg Girls' Physical Education. Exercises keep peo- ple strong and agile, and Miss Swem sees that her gym classes get plenty of practice. 31 Music and Art Round ut Education MRS. DORIS DARROW A.B. Michigan State Univer- sityg Art. Mrs. Darrow shows a student what to look for when judging a piece of art work. A well-balanced education is necessary to pro- duce a well-rounded individual. In this interest, the curriculum of Eaton Rapids High School in- cludes complete music and art departments. A basic knowledge of music and art is taught in the grades, but the study begins in earnest in junior high and high school. In Beginning and Junior Band the student learns the basic fundamentals of the instrument and also becomes acquainted with instruments other than his own. A variety of talents is needed to be a member of the Senior Band. A student must be a proficient player of his instrument and also accomplished in marching and drill work. Playing for sports events, pep meetings, parades, contests, and concerts makes a Senior Band mem- ber a busy person. In an effort to express himself, a student often turns to art. Although only a one-year course, Art offers much to the serious student. Through painting, sketching, and other activities he dis- covers that many horizons open to him. 32 Above: MR. DAVID LIDIKAY B.S.M. Depauw Univer- sity,' Chorus 7-8. Mr. Lidikay gives his chorus members the pitch for their song. Below: MR. ROBERT KOYL B.S. and M.S. University of Illinoisg Junior Band, Senior Band, Chorus. Mr. Koyl directs the Senior Band as they play an overture. 'Wir Books Necessary for All Learning .I ..,, .. 1 F E MISS STELLA THOMPSON A.B. Northwestern Universityg Library. Miss Thompson and her assistant, Mrs. Hargrave, explain the use of the card file, A library is, perhaps, one of the most im- portant aspects in the learning process. Books not only make it possible to gain facts and statistics, but also to travel abroad, to find a hobby, or even to become for a time a part of a fictional family. , Driver Training employs both books and prac- tical training to make tomorrowls drivers con- scious of traiiic laws and the reasons back of them. The purpose of the course is to produce good and careful drivers. Students who pass the course receive a driver's certificate which must be presented when applying for a driver's license. 5i7i'03"8F 55355.-...rg amzfnfr ni 5731.0 mmg V7 ::-8:5 wr :ug gg O QQ: Smiley 5'-nf" QSQQS KQEE-O EgFsW fpmui 910:30 wwf-5'-1 5332 H m UD' CA U1 CD OFQO P0-:ZW 24358 QSV5 Eiga D- Nr: 5-339.-. SEE Qin: ... 3,3 ED: 'D -xgihg :limi XD.. E4 E .Xl 5315 UQFTUQ 33 Bus Drivers, Custodians Run Thin s Smoothl Harry Bellows, Leona Lavvrence, Vern Hillard Paul Burkholder George Bishop George Ghere, Sylvester Baker, Philip Payne, Leo Florian Tom McClure Not Pzczured David Cad ger, Ed Hengstebeck, H. S. Fairbanks. Learning seems easier when it is done in clean and pleasant surroundings. The janitorial staff, under the direction of Mr. Carl Comps, sees to it that our buildings are neat, clean, and in repair. Bus drivers, too, play a major role in the school system. With a majority of Eaton Rapids students coming from rural areas, the need for competent drivers is imperative. Mr. Rouse, Mr. Miller, and Mr. Bowman are ready to start their daily task of cleaning the building. ifkiizvp'-. , ., f . ,,1l!li15KRP3VI f .a1?Ze'T54e??'I5E l School taff Engage in aried Activities self ,fmt rs ff A.,-ff V r Mr. Kelford, attendance olhcer and amateur geologist, displays his new "gadget" showing the Progress of rocks. 460- Almve: Teachers start to work marking report cards. Above right: Soon they become inter- ested in Miss Thompson's colorful display of new library books. Right: After refreshments, provided by the Teachers' Club, they will Finish marking cards. 'tyy wg A Several New Trophies Were Adclec ua' 'E 1 r i F r to the Trophy Case 7 ' fzykg W ff' fi ., X K ' XX 5 1' ff K' s Nj YW ,W-i 'gf' ' -4 M ij X... df, 4V ' U15 K V 3 GERALD OADE WAYNE CASLER RANDY MINNICH RAY VAN MEER Quarterback End Halfback Coach JIM PETERSON NEIL STRANG RON ELSTON BARRY MCKESSY Fullback - Tackle End Guard Mighty Greyhounds Go Undefeated Win League This game set the stage for the "champion- Not since 1913 has an Eaton Rapids grid team matched the feats turned in by this year's Grey- hound team. Not only did this year's senior- laden team go undefeated, untied and win the West Central "Bn Championship, but they were also ranked the number three class "B" team in the state. Paced by the scoring of fullback Jim Peterson, Eaton Rapids led the League in just about every department from the most points scored,-236-, and the most yards gained -2,222- to allowing the least points scored against them -48. The Greyhounds proved to be a power when they opened the season with a crushing 31-13 victory over a strong Holt eleven. Next came Hastings, which turned out to be the strongest of our many formidable foes. Eaton Rapids over- powered them 14-9. The Greyhounds then tore Greenville apart to the tune of 37-7. They next ruined St. Johns' Homecoming by winning over them 25-7. 38 ship game" at Ionia. Riding on the crest of a fourteen-game winning streak, Ionia was ready to entertain the all-conquering Greyhound eleven. All-conquering, they certainly proved to be as they outfought the powerful Bulldogs 14-6. The first time the Greyhounds got the ball, Peterson broke loose on a ninety-three yard touchdown run. From then on, Eaton Rapids was in com- mand. After the Ionia game, came the traditional rivalry for the Little Brown Jug with Charlotte. The jug returned to Eaton Rapids as the Grey- hounds ran past Charlotte 34-0. We then trampled over a young Belding team 48-6, and closed the season against a hard-fighting Grand Ledge eleven with a. 32-0 score. From the opening touchdown against Ionia to the very last one scored against Grand Ledge Eaton Rapids was in complete command of the West Central "B" League. Not only did the 1959 Greyhound football team leave the school with its first undefeated, untied season since 1913, but they also left the lasting impression of what can be accomplished through determination, fair play, and a lot of just plain old-fashioned hard football. 'Wig -1 4 R is V. 5 Ill. .. . 5 .2 DAN RENNAKER End Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton FLOYD SC HWAB Coach it 1 is 1 X 1 5 'I I ' n i V 1 WAYNE CLONE REX TWICHELL JOHN FOX Tackle Halfback Guard JON MILLS JAYKE PELL BRUCE MITCHELL Center Hulfbczck Guard VARSITY SCORES Rapids 31 Holt Rapids 14 Hastings Rapids 37 Greenville Rapids 25 St. Johns Rapids 14 Ionia Rapids 34 Charlotte R21PidS 48 Belding Rapids 33 Grand Ledge RESERVE SCORES Rapids 0 Hastings Rapids 6 St. Johns Rapids 0 Charlotte Rapids 0 East Lansing Rapids 12 Holt Rapids O Grand Ledge FRESHMAN SCORES Rapids 7 Hastings Rapids 13 Mason Rapids 12 Nashville Rapids 6 Hastings Oade is necktie tackled by several Ionia players as Clone McKessy and Mills block. 13 9 6 7 6 O 6 O 38 38 8 34 26 19 6 0 27 20 15 it ,mp gm .n.ir.,.f.f...f,f,mm,n-.5-mu-ulwas na.w1m.v'a+:wmazuvaw'fwae.fw "- ' an W ' - " Greyhounds Have Thirty Lettermen Front row: W. Clone, B. McKessy, R. Twichell, J. Pell, Co-Captain G. Oadeg Co-Captain J. Petersong M. Booth, I. Puryear, C. Cokonougher, J. Shirley, V. Clarke. Second row: Assistant Coach F. Schwab, G. Gray, M. Richardson, R. Minnich, R. Nelson, B. Mitchell, D. Rennaker, R. Davis, J. Henderson, C. Robinson, Manager J. Freerg Head Coach R. Van Meer. Third row: Manager D. Andrews, G. Dodge, L. Hall, J. Hawkins, J. Fox, N. Strang, R. Elston, J. Morgan, J. Mills, B. Downing. Action, Action, Ionia players bring down a hard-lighting Elston, as McKessy and Clone come up fast. Players take a well-earned rest Dodge gets a tackle in the Belding game while Strang, Hawkins, Minnich breaks up a Charlotte pass, Fox, and Richardson come up hungry for action. Zllore Action Peterson is driving hard as a Charlotte player tackles him. Shirley, Clone and Pell help out. during the Charlotte game. 'Q Downmg is ready to help a Greyhound player make the stop 1n the St. Marys scrrmmage M .W of ezvm-zz :r 7 Qkfiwfgp gmwilsifis Peterson goes through a blg hole 1r1 the Charlotte hne as the other backs fake 3.5 Front row: H. Swan, Manager, D. Smith, R. Basing, L. Hammond, B. Bumgarner, T. Gulliver, W. Jackson, S. Smith, B. Huntington, J. Blatt. Second row: W. Parsons, J. Richard- son, B. Krumm, M. Clone, T. Nousaine, E. McArtee, J. Sage, G. McNamara, J. Rose. Third row: J. Koch, Head Coachg J. Merchant, J. Winegar, D. Gorton, A. Crittenden, D. Peters, R. Buckingham, G. Puryear, R. Hogan, D. Dunham, Assistant Coach. Prep Teams Have Big Job Ahead Frosh Compile 2-2 Record Although the win column was an elusive one for the Reserves, they gained a lot of game ex- perience which will be necessary during the sea- sons to come. The JV's failed to win a game but they exhibited some good broken-field running. The Freshman squad finished the season with a 2-2 record. Throughout the season the Frosh dis- played some fine running and coupled this with a good defense. These boys give next yearis JV's something to look forward to. Future Varsity squads expect to be bolstered by some line prospects from the Reserves. Jr. Hi Develops Sportsmanship Approximately fifty-five boys reported for the Junior High team this year. The aim of the coaches was to teach youngsters the fundamentals of football, sportsmanship, and good living standards. In order to acquire game experience, these seventh and eighth graders were spilt up into three intra-squad teams and they set up their own schedules. After several weeks of tough practice the boys met St. Johns for their one and only game of the season. They proved themselves with an astound- ing 42-6 victory. Front row: J. Whittum, G. Zimmerman, P. Basing, B. Chaney, M. Wilbur, P. McNamara, S. Phinney, J. Peterson, K. Heintzelman, D. Moore, M. Doyle, L. Smith, J. Disler. Second row: A. Payne, G. Strank, T. Riegel, D. Freer, B. Sackett, B. McCormick, P. Robinson, B. Howe, D. DeLano, J. Breard, J. Pierce, G. Canfield, D. Bush. Third row: D. Kasuba, Head Coach, J. Pell, N. Twitchell, J. McManus, A. Rich. C. Ramey, T. Clone, M. Hansen, E. Brandt, J. DuBois, H. Pettit, K. Grimes, D. Jackson, R. Harris, D. Craun, W. Jenkins, Assistant Coach. .4 M EE' 45 .... vs- , W., , , -1 Q ,ff ff it-1534 529135433 EE This Year We Added Cross Country Bob Garner Jamie Davidson Ross Tooker Paul Gibson, Ron Schad, Dick Huntington, Doug Cross Country Has Winning First Season Eaton Rapids' first cross country team showed a lot of spirit and team eifort in winning four out of seven meets. Captain Doug Clark led the team with several record-breaking runs. The Greyhound harriers lost their first meet to Charlotte but later gained revenge by whipping the Orioles. Other victories came over Spring Arbor, Napoleon, and Okemos. The Greyhounds lost a good race to Pewamo, the class C and D champions. The other loss was to a good St. Johns team. With four out of six lettermen returning, hopes are high for an even better record next year. Harriers await the outcome of the Pewamo meet. 1. 1- ..- Wrestling To Our Athletic Program ttt. R .smm-a t . sz, gb- mn, ?5.' '1,1 1 t tt . . .J 1 . L MQHQL J' Mt' ., it is A 1 ' . ts f 4 Y. 4 . 5 1. Front Row: T. Gulliver, F. Bannister, O. Gray, J. Pell. W. Jackson, T. Driver, D. Hunting- ton, R. Parsons. Second Row: Coach Koch, J. Mills, M. Richardson, D. Rennaker, L. Hall, G. Gray, W. Rogers, R. Smith, D. Dickinson. Have Good First Season The Greyhound matmen had a fair first season, The fmt Captain, Jaykg Pell, and mst coach, winning three and losing six. On February 27 the Jack Koch, of the first Wrestling team Pause for a picture. team traveled to St. Johns for the conference meet and earned a fifth place. Les Hall, heavy- weight, was crowned conference champion. If student and community enthusiasm con- tinues, wrestling will become a popular sport in Eaton Rapids. ,. ,. Msg. 1 at-., X l .1 avg, f 1 Q YR McNamara is working for a "takedown" against a Grand Ledge opponent. " "Yi-5TiSfh-...J f fLlf,'7:i5L5if'v, .,,,W IW'I,'ff,-iriirf,J.!iiS?L?s.?5Zl5?'d" .,,i.,zQLfSZtbL3siLs2?ZEJET?J 4' Varsity Ties For Second Place J. Lane, G. Oade, J. Peterson, D. Clark, M. Risner, J. Banfield, J. Davidson, G. Dodge, R. Elston, D. Huntington, R. Minnich. Kneeling: J. Freer, Managerg Coach Schwab. Varsity Has 10-7 Record Winding up in a tie with Charlotte for second place, this year,s Varsity cagers had the best record in twenty years. Led by the scoring of Huntington, Risner, and Lane, the Greyhounds were not counted out of the title picture until late in the season. They opened the season on a good note by defeating Greenville, only to be defeated by arch- rival Charlotte the next Friday. After losing to Belding, beating St. Johns, and then losing again to champion Ionia, the cagers won three games. After winning seven of their last nine league games, Eaton Rapids entered tournament play at Michigan Center. Taking on a strong Hills- dale five in the first game, they squeezed out a 72-70 win in a thrilling double over-time game. The season ended when they were beaten by a strong Jackson St. Johns team in the second tournament game. -5-. ' "Little Lane" fakes his two big defenders way out of position. 46 Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids VARSITY SCORES 58 Greenville 52 Charlotte 63 Belding 68 St. Johns 58 Ionia 51 Grand Ledge 49 Hastings 54 Greenville 51 Charlotte 54 Belding 72 Mason 78 St. Johns 47 Ionia 55 Grand Ledge 67 Hastings TOURNAMENT 72 Hillsdale 58 Jackson St. J aa... 55 59 65 48 61 44 42 53 58 48 97 63 57 46 60 70 ohns 73 .I mms fi' ig Oade and Elston defend number 45. Peterson goes high to snare a rebound off the boards as Elston looks on, And Still More Action in Basketball Doug and Jim fight a Grand Ledge opponent I for a rebound as Randy waits for the action. DlCk 2065 UP for 3 UP-in HS Lime ECTS ffffidy- S 2 2 2 ? E S Reserves Have Fair Season 35 lt X 24 y33Xti 1 3 9 .233 1 fr . "-1 'IN' 4 13428 E834 .4 s i G . I , 1 , , - . NX X. Pi jf ?v"x I as 1 2 SM 1:I?"' Front Raw: S. Reese, J, Engleman, P. McKessy, E. McAttee, B. Gruesbeck, B. Krumm, M. Harris, Manager. Second Row: Coach Dunham, J. Coats, R. Buckingham, F. Swift, A. Crit- tenden, R. Tooker, R. Hogan, D. Andrews, B. Huntington. Reserves Have 6-9 Record Reserve Coach Dale Dunham, in his first year at Eaton Rapids, shaped a very inexperienced group of freshmen and sophomores into quite a smooth-working outfit. This yearis J. V.'s showed a great deal of improvement and desire in compiling a six-nine record. Several of the players showed a great deal of promise and ability. Coats, Hogan, and Bucking- ham proved to be the core of the squad in both scoring and team leadership. Though their record was not the best, the desire they showed far overshadowed this. 59 f TX aff t it X P l My Nl dy ii 48 Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids RESERVE 45 44 29 32 41 24 43 49 47 47 49 32 54' 40 58 SCORES Greenville Charlotte Belding St. Johns Ionia Grand Ledge Hastings Greenville Charlotte Belding Mason St. Johns Ionia Grand Ledge Hastings l 59 32 45 44 42 46 39 36 51 38 58 61 44 48 43 Hogan drives his way around a helpless defender in the TCSCFVC g2i1'1'lC. -.1 Y 7 - -- --- - --- Seventh Grade Shows Very Well 1 Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton ' Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton Eaton SEVENTH GRADE SCORES 26 Front Row: Coach Jenkins, D. Craun, E. Brandt, B. Howe, K. Bergstad, V. DeCamp. Second EIGHTH GRADE Row: N. Rasheta, L. Lewis, B. McCormick, F. Bush, H. Swan, G. Zimmerman. Third Ron J. Disler, D. Graham, S. Houston, N. Twichell, J. Pell, D. Emery. EIG HTH GRADE SCORES 15 Rapids Jackson Northwest S Eaton Rapids Jackson Northwest Rapids 22 Grand Ledge 14 Eaton Rapids 17 Grand Ledge Rapids 14 Holt 22 Eaton Rapids 23 Holt Rapids 29 jackson Northwest 15 Eaton Rapids 17 Jackson Northwest Rapids 21 Charlotte 26 Eaton Rapids 25 Charlotte Rapids 33 Mason 14 Eaton Rapids 25 Mason Rapids 35 Charlotte 26 Eaton Rapids 40 Charlotte Rapids 28 Grand Ledge 23 Eaton Rapids 24 Grand Ledge Rapids 35 Holt 18 Eaton Rapids 16 Holt Rapids 21 Mason 15 Eaton Rapids 35 Mason SEVENTH GRADE The seventh graders had a good season, as they racked up a record of eight wins and two losses. The eighth graders did not do as well, reversing the record of the seventh grade team. Front Row: Coach Jenkins, M. Wilbur, B. Richardson, J. Peterson, D. Moore, P. McNamara, D. Payne. Second Row: J. Whittum, G. Sines, J. DuBois, P. Basing, P. Robinson, B. Chaney, K. Heintzelman. Third Row: D. Jackson, G. Canfield, T. Palk, A. Payne, S. Phinney, L. Smith. Baseball Nine Defends Championship SH-Y BASEBALL Front Row: Manager J. Freer, B. Madison, G. Oade, R. Hogan J Lane J Pell D Hunting VAR ton, B. Downing, Coach Van Meer. Second Row: Manager L. Long B Nettleman L Hall G. Dodge, J. Peterson, B. Zimmerman, F. Babcock, N. Strang. Last year's baseball team did something which hadnit been done for decades, they Won the con- ference championship. With practically the entire if E squad returning and some very promising players 7 TE' up from the Reserves, they are expected to de- fend this title successfully. With Eaton Rapids fighting it out for the League all-sports trophy, the baseball team should contribute some badly ft needed points toward the cause. 'Ll Front Row: T. Cady, G. Morrill, R. Parsons, J. Pilmore, G. Morehouse B Aitken S Reese P. McKessy. Second Row: M. Clone, B. Huntington, W. Crippen J Richardson R Davis W RESERVE BASEBALL Parsons, T. Nousaine, M. Webb, D. Kikendall, R. Basing, Coach Postema 50 Track Team Tries for Title Front Row: Manager R. Coats, S. Clough, G. McNamara, T. Gulliver, R. Harshey, W. Har- shey, J. Mohler, W. Jackson. Second Row: M. Richardson, J. Coats, B. Krumm, B. Grues- beck, L. Hammond, C. Steele, B. Clarke, J. Shirley. Third Row: Coach Schwab, J. Mills, R. Tooker, J. Fox, R. Elston, D. Clark, W. Casler, B. Mitchell, D. Peters. Track sprinters take their mark. Eight distance runners get set. f' - -ara 91' 1' s ..L' This yearas track team promises to be one of the best in many seasons. With only one letter- man lost from last yearls squad, they should be a title threat. For the iirst time in many years, they appear to be strongest in the Held events with the distance runs and sprints coming next. Boys in field events get a demonstration from John Fox. .... V fy? .Q rf . 'W L' Mg 51 Tennis Team Looks Improved ' an. E First Row: W. Clone, B. Du Bois, G. Holley, D. Pickworth, N. Perkins. Second Row: D. Ren- naker, J. Sprague, D. Dickinson, M. Booth, R. Smith, Coach Sheldon. Not pictured: R. Schad. With a lot of practice, a good deal of desire, and a little luck, the tennis squad hopes to im- prove on last year's standings. Under the guidance of Coach Sheldon, the team will meet seven schools in dual matches, plus playing in the Re- gionals in May. Although the golf team lost almost its entire squad through graduation, big things are still ex- pected of them. Golf is not an old sport in Eaton Rapids, but it is traditionally powerful. The snow was late in leaving the golf course, but as soon as the weather permitted, the team lost no time in getting started on their schedule. Golfers Look for the Top First Row: F. Swift, J. Puryear, V. Clarke, J. Engleman, K. Beasore. Second Row: J. Wy- coff, G. Puryear, J. Baniield, J. Davidson, L. Gibson, Coach Emmer. Not pictured: B. Herrick. T' G5 . 1-' EiitzB.,.-.. . . , - I! wi tl .. . q ' ' l gn Z 'N i ' '. 'A N-...W L V V S7 ' , M lk 4' .,f'5f2,f? vv.. V "'f' If Y' .... sallizssx pring Sports Attract Record umber Sprague and Booth battle early in the season. Ann.. Clarke attempts a chip shot. ra, X E ir Q Batteries get their instructions. Lane is on the mound for last year's championship game. Intramurals Are Enjoyed B an Seniors are in on all the action. This year, the intramural program offered a wide variety of noon activities. Basketball, tennis, volley ball, softball, and dancing were some of the things students participated in. This year the seniors won the eight-game reg- ular schedule, while the sophomores were vic- torious in the tournament games. Coach VanMeer tells of the baseball program. 54 E k Mills sets for a free throw in a game against the sophomores. Dancing is enjoyed by many. The cheerleaders have many duties: planning all the pep meetings, boosting school spirit, sup- porting the teams, and forming a vital group in the student body. At the beginning of each year, six girls are chosen for each squad. These members, together with Miss Swem their sponsor, choose one girl from each squad to be the head cheerleader. i RESERVE CHEERLEADERS Front Row: Rachel Canedy, Carol Clark, Hope Hammond Second Row: Terrie Warfield, Cheryl Gibson, Jackie Sprague Cheerleaders Vital to tudent Spirit VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Front Row: Sandy McGarry, Renee Hasty, Captaing Sharla McKessy, Paige Hasty, Connie Treadwell, Jane Peterson. JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS Front Row: Janyce Riggle. Judy Trimble, Alice Sutton. Second Row: Jayne Wil- liams, Barbara Sexton, Janice Deckman. P1 ,- Cab al? tr it B 9 55 , 74 Tlwe Student Council Revisec S 4 1 4 1 x 1 1 L Vf- -f -'G - f- ' -pwsuwwfmesamwlba 3 SS S , 3 Kew 313 ,K ,, S Q 3 X K S Q W S K v 5 S N 2 Q X f 2 A 5 1 5-Mizz sei 15- 3 X J I O O X J 3 if y. Q1 Alzgf xn' 5' Q h iff Two New rganizations ov faith . Front Row: P. Letts, Senior Memberg D. Nousainc, Presidentg R. Wright, Vice-Prcsidc. K. Schwab, Secretaryg C. Meyers, Treasurer. Second Row: K. Grimes, A. Creyts, J. Robertson, M. Hunt, M. Johnson, C. Plumer. Foreign Language Club Concentrates on Russian The newly-organized Foreign Language Club, sponsored by Mrs. Gift, had a very successful year. The club's primary purpose was to study the Russian language. During the year the nineteen club members voted to use their club dues and the money they received from the sale of their 'letter hounds' to buy Russian records and Rus- sian language textbooks. The club also had foreign students from MSU in to speak on the language, customs, and culture of their country. Mrs. Gift, Dennis, and Charlene talk over the sale of letterhounds. ffiliow: Club membershlistcn to Russian rccords to improve their pronunciation. Below: Judy Cheryl, lxlarym and Marda display the records the club .oug . Dramatics Club Has Many Activities Thirteen students organized a new club this year, the Dramatics Club, under the direction of Mrs. Eckhart. One of the featured events of the year was the presentation of a whimsical comedy, lEver on Christmas Eve,' for the Woman's Society of Christian Service. Noon hour baked-goods sales were sponsored in order to purchase new play books and make-up. The club also visited the convalescent homes during Christmas and presented a Christmas program. In the spring they went to MSU and attended a theatrical production. During their regular meet- ings the Dramatics Club makes a study of pros- pective plays which they may use on different occasions. The club's goal is to be able to be a chapter of the National Thespians Organization. The Dramatics club members choose a play. Make Their Appearance Above: Learning to apply make-up is one of the club activities. Below: Baked goods sales are a good way to earn money. Front Row: Mrs. Eckhart, Sponsorg J. Porter, Presidentg J. Twichell, Vice-Presidentg K. Bender, Treasurer. Second Row: A. Grimes, J. Perkins, D. Kunce, S. Gruber, C. Smith, M. Draggoo, K. Harshey. Y-Teens and Hi-Y Y-Teens a drive. 60 Front Row: Mrs. Snell, Sponsor, Mrs. Anderson, Ass't. Sponsor, J. Canedy, President P. Rich, Vice-President, A. Ackley, Secretaryg S. Browne, Treasurerg T. Bristol, Chaplain J. Hoke, Chaplain, G. Root, Chaplain. Second Row: D. Cassidy, A. DeCamp, S. Treadway D. Moore, C. Geisenhafer, M. Holmes, L. Sprinkle, C. Storey, C. Rich, S. Gruesbeck, K Brown, P. Hilliard. Third Row: D. Kunce, S. Taylor, L. Rowe, J. Eckhart, R. VanAken, J Robertson, B, Williams, C. Huff, J. U'Ren, N. Hocott, L. Manchester, J. Porter. Fourth Row J. Burkholder, L. Skinner, D. Pringle, S. Spence, G. Ackley, B. Bellinger, E. Davidson, P Garner, J. Ferris, C. Gibson, L. Winter, M. Wright, N. White. Fifth Row: B. Bentley, S Smith, S. Phinney, A. Wright, L. Morrow, S. Varney, P. Aitken, K. Skallsjo, S. Long, C Conard, P. Hasty, M. Krenerick. Sixth Row: Z. Allan, M. McKim, S. Phillips, A. Morgan, I Zukowsky, C. Webb, N. Hall, C. Krey, C. Carstens, J. Alt, J. McClelland, C. Ferris. nd Hi-Y co-operate on the muscular dystrophy year. Y-Teens, a branch of the YWCA sent Jeanette Canedy as their delegate to the National Confer ence in New York City in October Because of Karin, this year's foreign exchange student Y Teens worked enthusiastically on the American Field Service program for next year All of the club projects, including the annual Christmas as sembly, helped the members develop into good citizens. Mrs. Snell is the adviser, assisted by Mrs Anderson. Under the leadership of Mr. Horn, the H1 Y increased its activities this year. In cooperation with the Y-Teens they sponsored a muscular dys trophy drive and later a basketball game This year the club is trying to stress the C, in YMCA at their bi-weekly meetings The Christmas party was the highlight of the year The local group was fortunate to have Bill DuBois serve as state secretary during the past Promote Good haraeter Jeannie, Jan, and Joyce choose timers and scorers for the Y-Teen vs. Hi-Y basketball game, as Chris and Bill offer their suggestions. 4 .K ' K RULES 599047 ..s,, mtwg ytwg, ..,.,...tw ...- E5 Q P , , if Q. . Upper: Making decorations for the annual Christ- mas dance keeps these Y-Teens busy. Lower: Hi-Y boys and Mr. Horn concentrate on plans for their party. Front Row: M. Booth, Treasurerg Mr. Horn, Sponsor, B. DuBois, Secretary. Second Row: N. Perkins, J. Root, M. O'Mara, B. Owen, N. Hyatt, D. Dickinson. Third Row: J. Staley, R. Vincent, J. Fox, B. Gleason, Chaplaing L. Morehouse, C. Zentmyer. '? "W-1 r Mwfw ' WIVERSITY 36' ,awe-Y. 'viis ,PS-, , M 4- , r ,, 4 f ,,i l ,2 l i if it iey Club Members Bu Official Blazers 15- ,AEK , mi ,sp .., Front Row: Mr. Sylvester, B. Nettleman, Presidentg B. Madison, Vice-Presidentg I. Davidson, Secretary, J. Eddy, Treasurer. Second Row: P. Gibson, G. Puryear, R. Morehouse, D. Shifkey. L. Gibson, D. Dickinson, C. Meyers, I. Huston. Third Row: W. Whitlock, R. Hogan, R. Buckingham, R. Hetrick, J. Puryear, B. Gruesbeck, D. Converse, R. Schad, D. Curtis. The Key Club, with twenty-five members this year, is a service club afhliated with the Kiwanis Club and sponsored by Mr. Sylvester. Identilied by their ofhcial blazers, the Key Clubbers did their annual chores with vigor. They decorated for the football banquet, sponsored the Valentine dance, distributed March of Dimes cannisters, and fulfilled the various duties of the club. 62 Above: Admiring students watch Jeff crown Karin at the annual Valentine Ball. Left: Key Club mem- bers sell tickets and take orders for corsages for the Valentine Ball. ..,,,,.,,..,. ,.,, .. ..,.. .,.. , fi.. :ff--a,..a.f.,3.1e qafQ..1.,:-f nf..-.ifwf . my wa... . .. .1-W ..,. it ...- W. sf' . , at Y- . 3. .T .,.w,,,,X..ss, Front Row: Mr. Rich, Sponsor, B. Krumm, Presidentg R. Wheeler, Vice-President R Haite Treasurerg D. Trayer, Secretary. Second Row: L. Miller, C. Schwartz, P. Corbin R Miller Thzrd Row: B. Morgan, R. Basing, B. Zimmerman, B. Bumgarner, B. Webster. Conservation Club Uses Movies, Speakers Although somewhat smaller this year than in i the past, the Conservation Club has pursued the S. same activities as in preceding years. Movies and speakers were used to teach the members about problems confronting conservationists. One speaker demonstrated how to load shells, which opened up an interesting new field. Mem- bers also practiced their marksmanship for the National Rifle Association contest in March. Mr. Rich is the sponsor. M Carol Schwa11z's father demonstrates the loading of shells to Bob, Brad, Bruce and John i Below left: Marguerite and Janice watch Mrs. McKim sighting in a rifle. Below rzght Brad Bruce, and Bob check the results of the girls' accuracy. ' M , ..:,y:'w- JRC Council Has Civic, International Projects 'YZF A' Wf- t K' Front Row: S. Mohler, Treasurerg L. Hall, Vice-Presidentg G. Morrill, Presidentg A. Yeager, Secretaryg Mrs. Horn, Sponsor. Second Row: E. Green, F. Hammond, A. Creyts, M. Gilbert, M. Carr. Third Row: M. Mitchell, I. Bennett, L. Hall, D. Faulkner, J. Page, M. Harshey. Junior Red Cross is not a club. It is a corps of volunteer workers from kindergarten through twelfth grade who are aiiiliated with the American National Red Cross. Various committees have charge of entertain- ment for elderly people of the community. Among their many projects of the year were holiday services, and packing gift boxes and gift chests for 'A ,sw 5 Z-7 .are fmaeiia- overseas shipment. The sponsor of the group is Mrs. Horn. 64 1 t X p I it Above: Members reminisce while looking at their scrapbook. Left: Displaying a poster of their pur- poses for an assembly are S. Mohler, S. Miller, A. Yeager, and M. Harris. FTA Members Build Yearly Scholarship Fund Above: Ruth Ann was one of the members who gained experience by teaching in the grade school. Above Right: Club members and interested seniors enjoyed a trip to Wayne State. Below Right: Everyone enjoyed the Christmas dinner at Mrs. Mattson's. The Future Teachers of America is an ex- ploratory club especially for students interested in teaching, although any student interested in college may join. Since the purpose of the club is to acquaint and interest the students in teach- ing, the members visit colleges and also acquire experience by assisting grade school teachers. One project is to give small scholarships to each former member who is in his iirst year of college. To raise funds this year the FTA made and sold football Homecoming corsages, had a baked goods sale, and sponsored a scholarship dinner. Mrs. Mattson, the club sponsor, was hostess for the annual Christmas dinner. Front Row: Mrs. Mattson, Sponsorg M Slade President R Southwell Vice President B Bentley, Secretaryg J. Krey, Treasurer. Second Row J Sprague C Meyers A Dekett A Long, B. Mortimer, M. Warner, P. Ashton FHA, FFA Have Leadership Training Programs 'Tv Y.-ft i Front Row: Miss Hoyt, Sponsor, N. Strouse, Treasurerg J. Peterson, Vice-President, J. Hawley, President, L. Cady, Secretary, Mrs. McKim, Sponsor. Sarozzrl Row: H. Ham- mond, M. Woodworth, J. Keeler, R. MeCarriek, E. Hilliard, K. Stanley, V. Strank, K. Litchfield. Tl11'rr1Row: R. Robinson, B. Lokken, G. Newsom. C. Bellows, Reporter, E. Crit- tenden, Parliamentariang L. Kemper, Historian, F. Anderson, M. Mohr, S. Smith. Farmers Assist in CROP Drive As early as fall of '59 the Future Farmers began preparations for the celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the local chapter, to be held in June of this year. Among their usual activities, the club, spon- sored by Mr. McKim, held a roller skating party with the F.l-LA., a candle-light initiation, and a visit to two M.S.U. football games. They also participated in county and state soil judging con- "" N' tests, and assisted with the CROP drive. ,. - 4 x.. AIm'i'e.' Gary. Jerry, and Jim look over honors received for their prize-winning corn. Front Row: Mr. McKim, D. Treadwcll. President: G. Coats. Vice-President, C. Huff. Sec- retary, M. Gillilland, Treasurer. Srfcoml Rmv: L. Hammond, E. Smith, R. Sanders, J. Morgan, Reporterg B. Patterson. D. Elston. R. Nelson, W. Parsons. D. Litchfield. Sentinel. Third Row: R. Harshey, J. Pilmore, P. Miller, P. Jardot, J. Riggle, H. Harder, J. Pierce, D. Galusha, L. Kunkel, B. Harshey. 66 Homemakers Host Convention The Future Homemakers of America work toward their overall goal to help individuals im- prove personal, family, and community living, now and in the future. Their sponsors are Mrs. McKim and Miss Hoyt. Having a representative at the National Con- vention, being host to the Regional Convention, and having a member who was Regional Chair- man were Hfirstsl' in the Chapter's history. Some of the activities of this year were a Christ- mas party, a Ready-jell sale, and a sewing contest. The most active girls of the Chapter were sent to Leadership Training Workshop and State Con- vention. ff --.i . . f ...tt " . I 1- Above: Mrs. Withers, State Adviser, addresses the 400- 1 girl group which attended the Regional Convention. The . Convention theme was "Getting To Know You." FQ "5 l HYXQ. 5 X-. ' 'C 1 X Upper: 1-'HA girls take down their emblem, which fe ,. - , -4--- was displayed at the Regional Convention. Lower: U pil Q? Q Karen serves at the FFA banquet. Below: Joanne and Bob enjoy themselves at the annual FFA-FHA roller-skating party. Varsity Club Buys Basketball Traveling Bags ,an rf' it if J J -M- . t a s rl L... ew: Front Row: Mr. VanMeer, Sponsor, J. Fox, Treasurer, J. Lane, Vice-President, G. Oade, President, J. Mills, Secretary, Mr. Schwab, Sponsor. Second Row: J. Pell, J. freer, Davis, R. Nelson, B. McKessy, B. Downing, W. Clone, V. Clarke, M. O'Mara, R. Smith. Third Row: R. Minnich, M. Richardson, N. Strang, D. Huntington, R. Elston, D. Clark, J. Peterson, J. Hawkins, B. Mitchell, W. Casler, D. Rennaker. Fourth Row: D. Coats, L. Long, G. Gray, M. Booth, J. Morgan, J. Banfield, D. Peters, M. Converse, L. Hall, J. Shirley, G. McNamara. Sponsored by Mr. VanMeer and Mr. Schwab, V the Varsity Club had an active year. The letter- men helped as gate tenders at athletic events purchased traveling bags for the basketball team, and donated clothing to a needy family. Trips to other cities for sporting events were also added to the club's activities. In addition, as in previous years, the club sponsored the football and basketball queen con- tests and a dance. The annual lettermenis picnic was held in May. 7 Above: Pete, Doug, and Gerald inspect the new traveling bags. Right: A committee of Jon, Bob, Dick, Neil, and John plan the spring picnic. ggi, , 'Q fi i ., ,,.., . avers- lfiggisiifaffii K fm . . 68 GAA pen to Sports minded Girls The Girls' Athletic Association was made up of over twenty members this year. The sponsor of the group is Miss Swem. The club is open to any high school girl who is interested in sports. The group held a play night each month. They also carried out a noon-hour sports program of basketball, volleyball, and softball. In the spring, they took up archery, riflery, tennis, and badminton. There was also a field and track meet for junior high. A new activity of the group was the sponsor- ship of the reserve cheerleaders. One of the many activities en aged in by thc G A A is archery Front Row: Miss Swem, Sponsorg T. Wilbur President M W F ld V P d J 2055, Spcrctaryg B. Fisher, Treasurerg S Miller Point Keeper dlifllcl easeCeAcf5it1SsltCl1ai1:In?a?1i Jfwfff ROW B- Pekkala. B. Baker, C Fox K siausjo s Mints L Lease M Cole - MOOFC, C. Langtry, C. Marietta, M. Pekkala Paper and Yearbook ll--...J I- The seven steps of publishing a newspaper are shown here by first semester students. 'Bark ' Sta ff Tries for Further Awards With the opening of the school year, the Bark Staff began its yearly task of editing the school paper, turning out approximately 1,000 copies every two weeks with an average of six pages per issue. With the coming of the second semester, a new staff took over and the first semester students concentrated on the Senior Bark. After winning a Central Michigan Award of Excellence last year, this year's staff looks for- ward with high hopes of achieving the same award again in 1960. - ?m Below left: Coach VanMeer stressesithe importance of soortsmanship in interviews conducted bl' both semester classes. Below rzglzt: Second semester students work hard in putting out the week's Bark. e Info rm Public rt ..,g2'N..,,,? Kafilk aff director- S065 OVCY her df21WiI12S with Staff secretaries raise money by publishing the student Gerald and Jane, sports editors. directgry, 1960 6Eatonian ' Largest in Sch00l's History 'This Was The Year", the theme of this year's Eatonian, was carried out to the fullest extent. Thirty-one seniors, the largest statl in the history of the annual, took part in the publication of the yearbook. Six new pages were added, plus an index listing the names of all students. Early in September Martha McKim and Penny Rich were chosen by the staff to be co-editors. Carol Ferris and Jinny Alt headed the business staff. Carol Bellows was advertising manager and Joyce Sanders was in charge of circulation. Under the capable supervision of Mrs. Rich the Staff recorded the CVGHIS of 1959'6O' Gerald and Jim are the first to order their Eatonians from Carol Ferris, business manager, and Joyce Sanders, circulation manager. Front Row: Mrs. Rich, Sponsorg M. McKim, P. Rich, C. Ferris, C. Bellows, J. Sanders, K. Skallsjo, G. Oade. Second Row: B. Hetrick, R. Minnich, J. Mills, J. Peterson, N. Strang, D. Clark, D. Huntington, R. Elston, B. DuBois, J. Sprague. Third Row: J. Pell, G. Root, J. Haw- ley, B. Bellinger, J. Canedy, J. Peterson, J. Alt, S. Phinney, L. Rowe, J. Krey, N. Perkins. udio -Visual and Librar Staffs Serve School i Front Row: B. Sizemore, Secretary, E. Brandt, D. Rich, S. Reese, B. Miller, Managers. Second Row: T. Gulliver, S. McGarry, W. Jackson, L. Jackson, B. Howe. Third Row: P. McKessy, N. Perkins, D. Coats, G. Puryear, D. Peters, J. Disler, R. Clarke, D. Faulkner, K. Bannister. Fourllz Row: K. Pierce, M. O'Mara, M. Booth, W. Casler, B. Zimmerman, A. Crittenden, W. Gleason, J. Mills, B. Russell, R. Schad. With the additional responsibility of the North- western Elementary school, the Audio-Visual program has been expanded. The student stall gained experience and performed a valuable service to the school under the supervision of Mr. Young. Their work included operating and main- taining equipment, keeping records, training stu- dents and teachers to operate the equipment, dispatching materials, and corresponding with educational suppliers. Students who have acquired skills in the operation and maintenance of equip- ment are given awards in recognition of their merit. The twenty library staff members work in both the junior and senior libraries. Some of their duties are: checking books in and out, checking on overdue material, keeping the room tidy, pre- paring bulletin boards, and aiding students. This year our library serves approximately 2400 people. Besides the King Street elementary school and the high school, it serves Northwestern and ten rural schools. Mrs. Hargrave assists Miss Thompson each afternoon. Front Row: Miss Thompson, Sponsor, J. Montross, L. Hall, A. Grimes, M. Gilbert, M. Hunt, K. Stanley. Second Row: B. Wolfe, A. Yeager, P. Morgan, J. Blatt, G. Halsey, S. Penhorwood, J. Twichell, C. Smith. Third Row: R. Hasty, E. Hilliard, M. Harshey, S. Miller, D. Litchfield, J. Jury, A. Dekett, S. McKessy, P. Johnson. iwx1easf2-fsf1m1wf-fvvxfff 2-irasf1fffz,ea . . k .. ...fa - Speech Activities Run Throughout Entire Year B.-n 4 Winter, Mrs. Eckhart Front Row: C. Meyers, D. Pringle, A. Snow, S. Phinney, B. Baker, L. Second Row: S. Miller, L. Rowe, G. Ackley, A. Ackley, A. Yeager, J. Porter, C. Krey, M Slade, W. Shadduck, C. Carstens, A. Robinson, D. Kunce. Third Row: D. Dickinson, M Booth, W. Casler, R. Morehouse, C. Zentmyer, L. Morehouse, G. Oade, J. Sprague, J. Hoke The speech department had another busy year. Under the direction of Mrs. Eckhart, the Speech I classes carried out many projects. Debating, putting on plays, storytelling, and the Veteranis Day Assembly were among these. The annual forensic contest kept interested students busy in the spring. First and second place winners in this contest went on to the District. Winners of the district proceeded to the Regional at Michigan State. Mrs. Eckhart gives contestants last minute in structions. First and second place winners in the local speech contests were Front Row: Interpretative Reading-Carol Carstens, Louise Roweg Humorous-Jane Sprague, Mike Boothg Declamation-Diana Kunce, Ann Robinson. Second Row: Extemporaneous-Wayne Casler, Lynne Winter, Mrs. Eckhart, Di- rectorg Oration-Gerald Oade, Sue Phinney. Ha- 'St 73 in Band Members Make Splendid Showing eeee ff egg if VR ,e,, -.4 qi. Q '9' smtp PERCUSSION AND BASSES Front Row: G. Puryear, P. Rich, M. McCoy. D. Converse. J. Sprague. B. Owen. Mr. Koyl, Director. Second Row: T. Nousainc, L. Wade, R. Taylor, T. Miller, C. Florian. CORNETS Front Row: J. Hoke, G. Ackley, L. Morehouse, L. Winter. Second Row: B. Huntington, A. Robinson, M. Clone, J. Mc- Clelland. Third Row: R. Hutchings, J. Gillilland, J..Golden J. Engleman. Fourth Row: S. Reese, J. Chisholm, C. Fox, R Sanders. 74 Y With ninety-one members participating this year, the senior band, under the direction of Mr. Koyl, showed much improvement over last year. Early last summer, the band was fortunate enough to attend a camp near Cadillac. This gave them a chance to practice their drills for the football games. In their new uniforms, they performed a va- riety of half-time shows at all of the home games. Despite the rain at Homecoming, both the Eaton Rapids and Charlotte bands proved their endur- ance by marching on our field, which was com- pletely covered with mud. As the year progressed, the band, along with thirty-live others, attended Band Day at M.S.U. Again they met with foul weather conditions in the form of a freezing rain. Nevertheless, they had an exciting day-one which they will not forget for some time to come. Besides displaying their marching ability dur- ing the fall season, the band, along with the Albion Glee Club, delighted the townspeople with their Christmas medleys at the armual Christmas Sing. The funds are used to send musically talented students to Interlochen for two weeks. LOWER BRASS DRUM MAJOR AND MAJORETTES Front Row: J. Rohertson. A. DeCamp, A. Ackley. D. Dickinson. - - ' D T set-Und Row: B. Bentley, J. Sprague, L. Sprinkle. T. Gulliver. lg' 5-M1Her'R' Hams' ' Myer Third Row: C. Meyers, L. Sisco, F. Swift, E. Crittenden. Fourth ' Row: P. Gibson, L. Kemper, R. Hogan, D. Dickinson. WOODWINDS Front Row: A. Long, R. Schad, S. Taylor, D. Cassidy, P. McKessy, B. Zimmerman, L. Rowe. Second Row: B. Bentley, C. Webb, C. Skinner, S. Smith, M. Holmes, L. Miller, S. Phinney. Third Row: D. Moore, A. Wright, R. Southwell, R. Squires, P. Corbin, S. Long, J. Burk- holder, J. Porter, C.- Conard. Fourth Row: D. Wilson, M. Gillilland, N. 1-lall, B. Conarton, J. Winter, B. Bentley, N. 1-locott, W. Shadduck, K. Brown, C. Carstens. W, -' - ' V L Mr. Koyl teaches the band members how to tie a neat K. Bender, R. Miller, K. Smith. four-in-hand. Young Bandsmen Prepare for Future The sixty-three members of the Junior Band strive to develop their musical ability and tech- nique so they may be accepted into the Senior Band. They practice daily to reach perfection for their part in the Annual Mid-Winter and Spring Concerts, and are kept busy learning the funda- mentals of music. Front Row: B. McCormick, G. Koyl, T. Toncray, C. Clarke, D. Browne, J. Arnold, J. Long, C. Gruesbeck, L. Thomson, M. Morris, J. Page. Second Row: J. Hyatt, J. Minnich, J. Rasheta, C. Hannon, L. Walworth, M. Johnson, D. Craun, K. Squires, C. Marker, L. McNamara, J. Shel- don, H. Pettit, J. Jaggers, B. Kaylor, K. Hampton, L. Pitcher, D. Hamman, B. Sackett, M. Hansen. Third Row: J. Riggle, R. Manger, P. McCoy, M. Pettit, A. Higgins, P. Reitsma, B. Spence, J. Rumrill, J. Fajnor, Z. Whitehead, S. Cantine, S. Piper, R. Sage, S. Heath, M. White, S. Umbarger, C. Rolfe, B. Tretheway, T. Terwilliger, T. Pettit, G. Rossman, K. Beasore, J. Smith, P. Pearson, G. Huntington. Fourth Row: G. Zimmerman, M. Fuller, M. May, J. Masters, D. Faulkner, B. Williams, J. Brown, J. Sprague, J. Pierce. 76 i l J Front Row: J. Chisholm, L. Reed, S. Taylor, M. Draggoo, J. Hoke, A. DeCamp, Accom panist. Second Row: J. Winter, G. Ackley, J. Burkholder, C. Schwartz, C. Robinson, R. Schad, S. Smith, D. Yochim, J. Sprague, L. Sprinkle. Third Row: Mr. Koyl, Director, R. Southwell, A. Long, L. Sisco, B. Gleason, R. Vincent, N. Hall, C. Webb, C. Carstens. Interest in Chorus Grows l ef, te J f d ' : J 'vi ii lulrhe Growing interest increased the membership in the chorus groups this year. There were twenty- seven in the mixed chorus and eighteen in the girls, chorus. Activities included the Annual Mid-Winter and Spring Concerts, for which they practiced daily. The choruses sang periodically for various civic groups and enjoyed their participation in com- munity aifairs. Front Row: D. Cassidy, J. Hoke, S. Smith. Second Row: M. Drag- goo, 'B. Williams, R. Maxson, M. Holmes. Third Row: J. Sprague V. Sweet, S. Garrison, L. Reed, G. Ackley. Fourth Row: Mr Koyl, Director, R. White, A. Morgan, J. Moore. 77 pper Classes Eligible For Honors Honor Society Front Row: Juniors L. Winter, A. DeCamp, C. Treadwell, A. Ackley, Z. Allan, S. Miller. Second Row: Seniors S. Phinney, M. McKim, R. Minnich, W. Casler, J. Mills, M. Slade, J. Peterson, Mr. Fransted. Third Row: B. Bentley, C. Skinner, N. Strouse, J. Krey, C. Ferris, J. Hawley, G. Root, P. Rich, L. Rowe. Not pictured: B. Fisher, A. DeKett. Leadership-Scholarship-Character-Service A new plan for the Honor Society was inaugu- rated this year when it was decided that five per- cent of the junior class be chosen to join, along with fifteen percent of the senior class. Fourteen J0uI'llaliStS Recognized Quill and Scroll Initiated in a public ceremony in April, fourteen seniors became the new members of the interna- tional society for student journalists. This honor came as a result of service on the school paper. Front Row: B. Mortimer, M. McKim, L. Rowe, B. Bellinger, S. Phinney, B. Bentley. Second Row: J. Alt, B. Nettleman, D. Huntington, Mrs. Rich, J. Tooker, C, Florian, C. Luedtke. Not pictured: J. Canedy, B. Hetrick. - Z Student Council Initiates New Committee Plan Front Row: J. Mills, Treasurerg L. Winter, Vice-Presidentg L. Rowe, Presidentg S. Appleton, Secretary, Mr. Fransted, Sponsor. Second Row: B. Wagner, J. Riggle, S. Gruesbeck, J. Hyatt, P. Robinson. Third Row: J. Hoke, T. Gulliver, J. Winter, P. Hasty, G. Ackley, S. Tracy, S. Treadway. Fourth Row: L. Miller, G. Zimmerman, Z. Allan, R. Hogan, D. Huntington, R. Minnich, L. Hammond, A. Wright, N. Jensen. Attending Regional and League Conferences helped the Eaton Rapids Student Council to broaden their horizon as they solved their own problems and helped find solutions to problems of other councils. To increase student participation in Council activities, an open meeting was again held. Im- portant issues were first discussed by the Council members, and then the meeting was opened to the student body to gain their views. 5 To further student interest in Council activi- ties a new committee plan was adopted. Through this plan chairmen were chosen from the Coun- cil and they, in turn, chose committee members from the student body at large. 'Q The annual magazine campaign was again directed by the Council, with the proceeds from the all-school effort used for improvements bene- ticial to all. Mr. Fransted is the adviser to the Council. Right above: Louise shows Carol, Cheryl, and Mike the prizes- they 'can win if they sell enough magazine sub- scr1pt1ons.R1ght:Lynne and Louise sell greyhound folders. The Lower Grades Became I gg e e e eee e e e e O q f A 2 2 Q ' .y A 1 Q M S , ,Y 2 158 ' , it . L.. x fy . Q . .Q A v. N S fax , " 'K' HB0 is SENIURS fm: ee ff 4 1' 1 sf, W H Awfzziiiigzafggifkai m:LgAgxsvg,. , 5 V1 'Q ,Q . F1 '11, if! iii QQ ix 1 - wwf-,VA N 'K "gig 'K ' if W k E 'mi ,'. Q 'f 2'-5 5' '- . br 5 . Kiel L ,.'i',v' f H- Jzkizf w '35 3 H A".L 1 V i """7 .L Fm fj ILL f f X. F , g 5 W .. , X Q ,wi f .422 -. gn , 2 F L Y -Q f si . - Q weiiyfsgizeieggaxi-5-gif"-Q, K its ifsffiii-em Ly Ws,,yEL,g,,m:f,,,f, .,,L,:5,,,k,Qg,5 ,wifi -1 0 w mp., ifm,.v?1,'i 'XM ., ,.,,, , A 3 as X 3 X X ,B 5 i?:"?5m5gJs3,,fa,m,Aiwfg- Q. J Bi?kiL?5l,.:zg,f1I fffff 5555 ,ffL:j1, uf3?'1"5": U 'X f' Seventh raders Meet New Experiences The seventh graders met with a whole new set of experiences as they took the step from grade school to junior high. There were no more reces- sesg but there was the thrill of seeing classmates compete athletically against other schools, and the rush of moving to a different room for each class. Assisted by sponsors Mrs. Gift, Mr. Koch, and Mrs. Maxey, the whole class worked together to make their first class party a success. X ll ax SEVENTH GRADE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Seventh graders break into the social life of high school when attending their class party. 5, wx 1f,rf e.f isrglsievvfwfsf- g.2,trgg5Szy2'a3 Asfasrraesrffilfr egg , ual Y ,MMA , , . Front Row: Mrs. Giftg Gayle Rossman, Presidentg Albert Meinke, Vice-Presidentg Pat McNamara, Secretaryg David DeLano, Treasurerg Mrs. Maxey. Second Row: Ann Spragueg Glenn Browng Bonnie Gibbsg Mr. Kochg Judy Longg Lynn Walworth. 82 Front Row: J. Gilbert, J. Fajnor, H. Finch, B. Cantine, D. Clouse, D. Moore, J. Griggs, T. Adams. Second Row: C. Hogan, P. Cole, E. Harns, D. Brown, J. Johnson, J. Bellows, T. Brandt, R. Brown, L. DeWaters. Third Row: Carolyn Gmesbeck, D. DeWaters, D. Trench, R.. Blake, J. Breard, B. Chaney, L. Holley, T. Driver, L. Cupp, C. Hamilton, D. Harris, J. Mlnmch. Fourth Row: J.'Harris, J. Murdock, N. Hoard, J. Colosky, S. Collins, B. Husted, S. Gleason, R. Moffit, A. Fmchum. Fifth Row: C. Hannon, C. Davis, P. Huston, B. Herrick, L. Holmes, J. Babcock, F. Bayes, D. Long, R. Manger, R. Hoffman. Sixth Row: J. Herrick, L. galitwright, J. Barnhart, L. Fowler, M. Johnson, S. Dawson, J. Hunt, M. Doyle, P. Andler, . ung. Front Row: J. Satterlee, M. Sanders, B. Wagner, S. Pomeroy, M. Appleby, R. Faulkner, J. Gleim, C. Plumer, C. Rolfe,.L. Vasquez, C. Halsey, M. Davison. Second Row: D. Siple, M. Biggs, J. Pell, B. Kaylor, J. Clark, R. Reed, J. Trimble, A. Sutton, J. Riggle, S. Piper, E. Cole. Third Row: G. Bresky, J. DuBois, M. Babcock, B. Seddon, A. Thuma, J. Whittum, M. Wilbur, D. Parsons, H. Pettit, J. Sterling, W. Noble, T. Toncray, D. Crafton, D. Payne, A. Wade. Fourth Row: J. Peterson, J. Rumrill, L. Baker, A. Vanous, M. Harris, C. Torre, S. Warfield, Y. Yochim, J. Williams, S. Trayler, C. Rogers, P. Slentz, L. Zimmerman. Fifth Row: M. Williams, P. Glenn, D. Stanley, B. Sundermann, K. Heintzelman, S. Phinney, D. Payne, L. White, L. Fessell, C. Nickerson, B. Harris, G. Taylor, M. Hults, S. Wilson, P. Roper, R. Casler. Sixth Row: L. Potter, T. Palk, C. Higbie, P. Basing, J. Yerxa, A. Payne, V! Troutner, S. Steadman, C. Rathbun, D. Verhelle, T. Thuma, G. Morris, K. Squires, M. Lilley, L. Newcomb, D. Wright. Seventh Row: C. Kohl, C. Riker, L. Camp, L. Smith, B. Kipp, L. Norton, G. Canfield, A. Payne, D. Kelly, J. Pekkala, G. Strank, H. Krey, B. Porter, D. Porter, S. Rogers, S. Rice, Z. Whitehead. Q if ai 75367 my 'La Eighth raders Prepare for High School EIGHTH GRADE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Front Row: Miss Ferguson, Marvin May, President, Rodney Brown, Vice-President, Janyce Riggle, Secretary, David Craun, Treasurer, Mrs. Bates. Second Row: Judy Turner, Dennis Nousaine, Jerry Pell, Mr. Jenkins, Leroy Jackson, Deborah Browne, DeWitt Freer. Front Row: R. Haley, S. Faulkner, M. Carr, M. Heil, P. Bristol, S. Jowett, P. Gruesbeck, S. Charlefour, J. Holmes, J. Harshey, R. Gooldy, K. Grimes. Second Row: E. Green, J. Ar- nold, V. DeCamp, S. Carter, P. Henry, D. Fuller, A. Creyts, J. Deckman, P. Kreger, F. Ham- mond. Third Row: J. Hyatt, N. Jensen, S. Clough, E. Brandt, T. Clone, A. McMann, C. Hart- line, B. Hampton, B. Howe, B. Miller, G. Houston, R. Hill. Fourth Row: F. Bush, T. Locke R. Harris, L. Lewis, K. Bergstad, J. McManus, D. Faulkner, G. Doxtader, G. Hanna, J. Bogi M. Herrick, R. Dunneback, T. Kikendall. Fifth Row: M. McBride, M. Fisher, D. Becklund V. Madison, R. Dillin, M. Fuller, F. Harder, R.' Getter, S. Hock, D. Emery. Sixth Row: S. Higbie, L. Hines, A. Kemper, D. Graham, M. Hansen, J. Disler, B. Kinyon, D. Hamman, S. Houston, J. Kunkle, J. Bennett. Seventh Row: P. Granger, J. Madison, B. Andler, B. McCor- s 9 mick, D. Wilson, J. Sass, P. Jones, B. Gall, G. Brininstool, D. Burns, G. Hall. By the time students reach eighth grade they are quite familiar with the complexities of junior high. Now they have only to study and prepare for high school. Sponsors Mrs. Bates, Miss Fer- guson, and Mr. Jenkins helped them all year, and especially with their class party January 8. 1 fi-5 I ll K .x Eighth graders enjoy going to the refreshment table as much as they enjoy the dancing. Front Row: R. Wright, D. Payne, L. Shadduck, B. Sexton, A. Swift, S. Tracy, C. Proctor. P. Pickworth, H. Swan, D. Satterlee. Second Row: T. Terwilliger, D, Smith, J. Richardson, B. Sackett, D. Pringle, J. Pierce, D. Ribby, G. Schneider, G. Parsons, D. Russell, B. Young, L. Pitcher, L. Thomson. Third Row: I. Torres, T. Riegel, C. Patterson, J. Natusch, C. White, L. West, N. Rasheta, D. Wolfe, C. Payne, K. Schwab, K. Rockafellow. Fourth Row: L. Renna- ker, N. Twichell, J. Page, J. Sheldon, D. Kunkel, C. Ramey, T. Peters, C. Pickworth, N. Gephart, E. Risner, M. Slade, C. Topliff, A. Rich, G. Zimmerman. Freshmen Enter Senior High Activities Although freshmen are not considered part of the junior high when it comes to assemblies, they are included in most senior high activities. In ninth grade, students begin selling concessions, and are welcomed into most clubs. This year's class also held a class party. Mrs. Goetz, Mr. Mergener, Mr. Sheldon, and Miss Thompson acted as sponsors for the class of ,63. ff! Mtn Xxx .T R is, fl Deep concentration is the order of the day for fresh men when it comes to dancing. NINTH GRADE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Front Row: Miss Thompson, Hope Hammond, President, Robert Clarke, Vice-President, Jeannie Chisholm, Secretary, Mike Curran, Treasurerg Mrs. Goetz. Second Row: Mary Lou Krenerick, Jackie Sue Ferris, Stan Smith, Gayle Ackley, Mary Hunt. 40 Front Row: B. Hall, J. Curtis, J. Collins, C. Marietta, D. Huntington, C. Andrews, S Hasty, R. Canedy, J. Bruce, S. Cady. Second Row: P. Hilliard, M. Gilbert, J. Hall, K. Litch- field, B. Garner, B. Baker, C. Langtry, D. Charlefour, C. Halsey, K. Dedafoe, B. Burkett, D. Cassidy. Third Row: Ted Gulliver, E. Ellis, S. Griggs, M. McManus, C. Fox, M. Holmes, J. Morris, H. Bergstead, A. Fessell, J. Dawley, A. Grimes, E. Fancher, T. Dillin. Fourth Row: C. Clark, C. Meyers, L. Gilly, S. Clough, D. Davis, T. Biggs, C. Huff, P. Leightner, V. Mc- Mann, K. Long, C. Geisenhafer, J. Long. Fifth Row: A. Harder, E. Mason, M. Cole, K. Bea- sore, B. Bumgarner, J. Blatt, S. Crawford, B. Huntington, L. Lease, A. Morgan, D. Faulkner, J. Clough. Sixth Row: R. Maxson, J. Montross, D. Dickinson, L. Hammond, B. Bentley, R. Cralb, O. Gray, M. Mohr, R. McBride, J. Engleman, M. Krenerick, J. Moore. Front Row: S. Reese, C. Rich, N. White, C. Robinson, V. Strank, M. Woodworth, R Hengstebeck, C. Williamson, J. Conarton, B. Harshey. Second 'Row: J. Mohler, J. Winter, J Stanley, L. Kunkel, S. McGarry, J. Morris, A. Pearson, S. Pettls. J. Robertson, C. Smith, M Wade, L. Zimmerman. Third Row: D. Rich, D. Kikendall, J. Sunderman, W. Jackson, K Pierce, B. Aitken, B. Morgan, G. Masters, B. Owen, G. Drake, B. Nettleman,'B. Williams, J Tower. Fourth Row: A. Shanahan, J. Pierce, J. Sprague, L. Leatherby, D. Pierce, R. Smith J. Porter, L. Worden, D. Wyckoff, J. Kelley, S. Smith, D. Bolles, K. Sexton. Fifth Row: R Basing, T. Warfield, M. North, B. Garner, J. Root, B. Kreischer, D. Peters, B. Chaney, G Morrill, R. Clarke, S, Ferguson, C. Sisco, D. Getter, D. Warlield. ophomores Look Forward to Junior Year 'KH' TENTH GRADE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Front Row: Mrs. Hixsong Roy Buckingham, President, Mike Clone, Vice-President, Dianne Moore, Secretary, Karan Brown, Treasurer, Mrs. Brown. Second Row: Mr. Jenkins, Ruth Ann Southwell, Judy Burkholder, Kathy McHugh, Sally Treadway, Mr. Emmer. Front Row: S. Garrison, J. Hoke, G. Holley, M. Harris, K. Harshey, M. Morris, L. Hall, C. Carstens. Second Row: S. McGarry, N. Cook, B. Holland, Y. Moore, P. Gibbs, M. Harshey, T. Driver, G. McNamara, M. Draggoo. Third Row: P. McVean, C. Gibson, C. Bennett, G. Morehouse, K. Bannister, J. Goodnoe, M. Mitchell, K. Bender, D. Kunce. P. Corbin. Fourth Row: J. McClelland, J. Jury, M. Herrick, D. Galusha, E. McAttee, B. Fuller, C. Krey, S. Milks, M. Lease. Fifth Row: M. Converse, L. Long, C. Morgan, R. Gorton, A. Crittenden, J. Kerns, W. Crippen, L. Hall, P. Davidson. Sixth Row: J. LeVanway, R. Herrick, B. Krumm, J. Mohler, R. Hogan, J. Coats, J. Merchant, D. Coats, D. Fox, B. Gruesbeck, C. Murray. With a wider range of elective subjects to choose from, the sophomores were able to begin pursuit of their major field of study. Extra-cur- ricular activities for the year consisted of the usual duties of selling concessions at games and sponsoring dances. They were aided in these duties by their class sponsors, Mr. Emmer, Mrs. Hixson, Mr. Postema, Mrs. Brown, and Mr. Dunham. xx..- F9 .ij X K lx N14 I X . Dancing isn't the serious business it was in Junior High. The upper-classmen enjoy the 1-2-3 routine. Front Row: L. Wood, B. Webster.'V. Sweet, V. Sullivan, S. Weenink, A. Snow, K. Smith, B. Pekkala, S. Smith. Second Row: I. Squires, J. Perkins, B. Warner, R. VanAken, L. Reed, L. Williams, R. Robinson, P. McKessy, R. White, C. Storey, E. Whiting. Third Row: D. Trayer, M. Wright, D. Wilson, D. Pringle, M. Reed, R. Swift, S, Oberlin, C. Smith, A. Rob- inson, B. Bentley, C. Schwartz. Fourth Row: J. Zukowsky, R. Parsons, D. Pomeroy, M. Mc- Coy, T. Nousaine, H. Harder, R, Taylor, N. Hall, J. Sage, A. Yeager, S. Phillips. Fifth Row: D. Wood, G. Puryear, J. Richardson, W. Parsons, D. Peters, R. Smith, D. Steele, R. Wheeler, J. Gillilland, R. Tooker, D. Wilson, T. Miller. 89 Junior pirits High as Activities Increase The junior year began with the usual enthus- iasm over getting class rings. This high spirit was kept alive with the planning of the class play and Junior Prom, both of which were successes. All during the year the sponsors, Mrs. Dunham, Mr. Koyl, Mrs. Page, and Mr. Verrette, provided help and encouragement. ig l . 4 rl I Y X x Xiu By the time students are juniors they put on their adult P 'X manners at school activities. N K i f 'iff " v fi ELEVENTH GRADE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Front Row: Mrs, Dunham, Jay Shirley, Presidentg Jamie Davidson, Vice-Presidentg Qonnie Conard, Secretaryg Stephanie Gruber, Treasurer, Mrs. Page. Second Row: Wendell Whitlock, Pat Aiken, Mr. Verrette. Joe Freer, Linda Morrow. 90 WM Front Row: S. Gruesbeck, R. Miller, S. Kikendall, B. Conarton, A. DeCamp, J..Montross, J. Morton. Second Row: N. Hocott, L. Manchester, P. Hasty, B. Fisher, S. Miller, J. Eckhart, T. Canedy, M. Clarke, T. Bristol. Third Row: S. Henry, J. Magoon, D. Converse, S- Browne, A. Ackley, R. Hutchings, D. Curtis, Z. Allan, K. Brown, E. Davidson, W. Barfield. Fourth Row: L. Knickerbocker, J. Knickerbocker, V. Long, D. Elston, R. Lokken, J. Golden, L. Brandt, R. Davis, J. Masters, J. Haley, R. Bayes. Fifth Row: P. Gibson, R. Morehouse, P. Morgan, N. Fessell, J. Banlield, F. Derby, G. Dodge, J. Morgan, J. Hawkins, F. Babcock, G. Halsey, J. Huston. Sixth Row: M. Hawkins, V. Clarke, B. Downing, D. Long, C. Huff, G. Gray, J. Eddy, G. Coats, C. Meyers, B. Johnson, M. Booth, J. Henderson, L. Kemper. Front Row: M. Warner, P. Johnson, T. Wilbur, J. Wade, R. Squires, S. Thuma, M. Pekkala. Second Row: L. Winter, C. Oliver, D. Nelson, B. Pekkala, S. Smith, J. Pilmore, B. Sass, C. Treadwell, A. Rennaker, C. Smith. Third Row: J. Waldron, S. Varney, L. Skinner, B. Trayler s S. Penhorwood, G. Newsom, J. Puryear, C. Smith, A. Wright, R. Schad. Fourth Row: L. Stewart, C. Robinson, M. Warfield, E. North, R. Sanders, L. Sisco, R. Vincent, L. Sunday, C. Woods, M. Richardson, W. Shadduck, B. Rockafellow. We Had More Than ml Dne Hundred Seniors ff, School Activities a'5'pw-'L WAYNE CASLER PRESIDENT Varsity Club 4, Audio-Visual 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, Secretary 3, Reserve Football 1, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class President. WAYNE CLONE VICE-PRESIDENT Hi-Y 2, Varsity Club 3, 4, Reserve Foot- ball 1, 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Hall Moni- tor 3, Session Charge 4, Senior Play Com- mittee, Junior Class Treasurer, Senior Class Vice-President, Prom Committee. Culminate in Senior Year The many "iirsts" accomplished during 1959- 60 make our senior class feel that this truly "was the yearf' We must not feel, however, that a-l- though this was an exceptional year, it was the only year. It is a combination of many years and a tremendous amount of work that has made our class one to be remembered. As underclassmen, our activities were limited. However, we were making progress, both socially and mentally, that would benefit us in years to come. Perhaps the most important accomplish- ment in those years was the cementing of friend- ships that would never be forgotten. The real work began in our junior year, first with our class play and then the Prom. No one can doubt the amount of work wrapped up in these projects, but few realize the satisfaction felt by class members who worked together to accomplish something to be proud of. Many events filled our senior year, the first of which was Homecoming followed by the senior play. The senior trip was the beginning of our commencement activities-the last events we would all be sharing together. VIRGINIA ROOT SECRETARY Junior Red Cross 1, Eatonian Staff, Y- Teens 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Hall Monitor 3, Receptionist 4, Sophomore Class Secre- tary, Senior Class Secretary, LOUISE ROWE S.C. PRESIDENT Student Council Vice-President 3, Presi- dent 4, Eatonian Staii, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Junior Play, Senior Play, Forensic Contest 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee. MARTHA MCKIM TREASURER Eatonian Staff, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Band 1, 2, Junior Play Committee, Senior Play Committee, Senior Class Treasurer, FTA 3, Prom Committee Co-chairman 3. VALEDICTORIAN SALUTATORIAN MISS MERRITT MR. HODGES -- lr in PENNY RICH Student Council l, 3, Eatonian Staff, Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Committee, Senior Play Committee, Sophomore Class Vice-Presi- dent, Prom Committee. MR. RICH MR. KASUBA MRS. RICH 2:1 " 1:'L::1,' ii: . ,,zz53fiL55 , Seniors , w e . .. ' vs'-'f2iii2,5Q1'f11g:, , ? VIRGINIA ALT Eatonian Staff, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Oliice Charge 4, Junior Play Com- mittee, Senior Play Committee, FTA 3, Prom Committee, Reserve Cheerleader 1. SHIRLEY APPLETON Student Council Secretary 4, FHA 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Historian 4. PHYLLIS ASHTON FHA 1, 2, 3, Library Staif 4, Junior Play Committee, FTA 4. ADA BARTLETT FHA 1, Hall Monitor 4, Prom Committee, Cedar Lake Academy 2. BEVERLY BELLINGER Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Eatonian Staff, Office Charge 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 2, Junior Play. CAROL BELLOWS Student Council 3, Eatonian Staff, Y-Teens 1, FHA 2, 3, Reporter 4, Hall Monitor 4, Library Stall 2, Junior Play Committee, Senior Play Committee, Freshman Class Secretary, Senior Executive Council, Study Hall Clerk 3, Prom Committee, Reserve Cheerleader 1. - BONNIE BENTLEY Y-Teens 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior and Senior Play Organist, FTA 3, Secretary 4, Prom Committee. RODGER BOUTS Hi-Y 2, 3, Conservation Club 1, Hall Monitor 3. LINDA CADY FHA 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4: Office Charge 2, 4. SANDRA CADY FHA 1, 2, 3. JEANETTE CANEDY Eatonian Staff, Y-Teens 1, 2, Vice-Presi- dent 3, President 4, Band 1, Session Charge 3, Junior Play Committee, Prom Committee. DOUGLAS CLARK Eatonian Stall, Varsity Club 3, 4, Key Club 2, Conservation Club 1, Reserve Football 1, 2, Reserve Basketball 2, 'Var- sity Football 3, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 4, Cross-Country 4, Prom Committee. SANDRA CONKLIN FHA 2, Hall Monitor 3, 4. LEVY CONLEY Class Committees EDNA CRITTENDEN FHA Pianist 1, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, Parliamentarian 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Junior Executive Board. 95 Seniors will , ALICE DEKETI' Junior Red Cross 1, 2, Library Staff 1, 4, Junior Play Committee, FTA 3, Publicity Chairman 4, Forensic Contest 2. DAVID DICKINSON Student Council 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, District President 3, Key Club 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Forensic Con- test 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 4, Junior Class Executive Council, Boyts State 3. DIANA DILLIN FHA 2, 3, Hall Monitor 4. WILLIAM DUBOIS Eatonian Staff, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, State Hi-Y Secretary 4, Audio-Visual 3, Reserve Football 1, 2, Reserve Baseball 2, Varsity Football 3, Hall Monitor 3, Junior Play, Senior Play, Senior Executive Council, Prom Committee 3, Tennis 4. JUDY ELLIOTT Ofiice 4, Lakeview Battle Creek 1, J. W. Sexton 2,3. RON ELSTON Eatonian Staff, Hi-Y 2, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Reserve Basketball 1, 2, Reserve Foot- ball 1, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity 3 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4,.Ses- 1 sion Charge 3, Junior Play COIHITIIUCC- l MILTON FAJNOR Conservation Club 1, 2. CAROL FERRIS Student Council 2, 3, Eatonian Staifg Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Receptionist 4, Office 1 Charge 3, Junior Play, Senior Play, Study Hall Clerk 35 Prom Committee. CARL FLORIAN FFA 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Ofiice Charge 4, Junior Play Committee, Senior Play Com- mittee. Home room representatives who help the class otiicers make decisions and plan class activities are: Neil Strang, Bill DuBois, Carol Bellows, Gerald Oade, Jim Lane. 96 JOHN FOX Varsity Club 3, Treasurer 45 Audio-Visual 35 FFA 1, 25 Reserve Football 1, 25 Var- sity Football 3, 45 Track 3, 4. PEGGY GARNER Y-Teens 1, 45 FHA 35 GAA 25 Study Hall Clerk 45 Prom Committee. LESLEE GIBSON Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Key Club 45 Band 1, 2 Reserve Football 25 Varsity Golf 3. MERRITT GILLILLAND FFA 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 45 Band 1, 2,45 Hall Monitor 3. WILLIAM GLEASON Junior Red Cross 1, -2, 35 Hi-Y Chaplain 45 Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 25 Re- serve Basketball 15 Varsity Baseball 1, 25 Senior Play Committee. RICHARD HAITE Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4 Hall Monitor 35 Junior Play Committee Prom Committee. SHARON HALE Y-Teens 1, 35 Hall Monitor 35 Study Hall Clerk 4. BETTY HALL Band 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 25 Vocal Quar- tette 25 Junior Play5 Senior Playg GAA 25 Prom Committee. WILLIAM HALL Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Session Charge 35 Prom Committee. RAY HARRIS Hi-Y 15 Key Club 45 Band 1, 2, 3, Drum Major 45 Prom Committee 3. RENEE HASTY Y-Teens 15 FHA 35 Library Staff 45 GAA 25 Prom Committee 35 Reserve Cheer- leader 15 Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, Cap- tain 4. JANICE HAWLEY Eatonian Stalf5 FHA 1, Secretary 2, Pres- ident 3 and 4, Regional Secretary 2, Re- gional President 35 Band 1, 25 Session Charge 35 Office Charge 3, 45 Senior Play Committee5 Sophomore Treasurerg Prom Committee. CAROL HEIL I FHA 1, 2, 35 Hall Monitor 45 Library Staff 4. DORETTA HERRICK Hall Monitor 4. ELIZABETH HILL IARD FHA 1, 2, 3, Pianist 45 Library Staff 3, 45 Prom Committee. l Seniors ii?- fw ef" 22. M C - A f t "K .- 2 - . 52 M. " ' 1 .WX 'vrzjrf 97 Seniors BOB HETRICK Eatonian Staff, Hi-Y 1, 2g Audio-Visual 35 Key Club 3, 4, Band 1, 23 Reserve Foot- ball 25 Varsity Golf 3, 4g Junior Playg Senior Playg Tennis 2. ROBERT HOLLAND Junior Red Cross 1, Audio-Visual 2, 35 Hall Monitor 3. RICHARD HUNTINGTON Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Reserve Football 1, 2, Reserve Basketball 1, 25 Varsity Bas- ketball 3, 43 Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross-Country 4g Freshman Class Treas- urerg Prom Committee. NORMAN HYATT Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. LINDA JACKSON 1 if I Library Staff 3. FHA 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee. PAT JANECKE SHIRLEY JONES I hi Senior Play Committee. V 4 JO ANN KEELER E , FHA 1, 2, 3, 45 Library Staff 1, 2, 3. THOMAS KERNS Audio-Visual l, 2, 3g Chorus 2, 3, Hall Monitor 4. ,X .'A' - .. . A J.. . V' 7.wy Y ..' 'L AI K 1. ll Among the seniors elected to special oflices and given state-wide honors are Janice Hawley, Regional F H A Presidentg Bill DuBois, State Hi-Y Secretary, Bonnie Bentley and Jim Sprague, Winners of lnterlochen Scholarships and state music honors, Ron Elston, All-State football playerg Wayne Casler, member of Winning state 4-H dairy judging team. 98 Student Council 4g Eatonian Staffg Hi-Y lg JOYCE KREY Mason 1, 2, 33 Eatonian Stalfl Y-Teens 33 FTA, Treasurer 43 Prom Committee. JIM LANE Student Council 33 Hi-Y 13 Varsity Club 1, Treasurer 33 Vice-President 43 Reserve Football 13 Resewe Basketball 1, 23 Var- sity Basketball 2, 3, 43 Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 4, Captain 3. DUANE LITCHFIELD FFA 1, 2, 3, Sentinel 43 Hall Monitor 4. CAROL LUEDTKE Y-Teens 23 GAA 1. BEN MADISON Key Club Treasurer 3, Vice-President 43 Conservation Club 1, 23 Band 1, 23 Prom Committee. ROSELEAH MCCARRICK FHA 1, 2, 3, 43 Hall Monitor 3, 4. BARRY McKESSY Hi-Y 13 Varsity Club 3, 43 Band 1, 2' Reserve Football 1, 23 Varsity Football 3, 43 Senior Play Committee. ROGER MCKESSY Student Council 13 Hi-Y 13 Band 1, 2, 33 Session Charge 33 Junior Class Vice-Presi- dent3 Prom Committee. SHARLA MCKESSY Y-Teens 1, 23 FHA 33 Library Staff 43 Study Hall Clerk 33 Reserve Cheerleader 23 Varsity Cheerleader 4. PAULINE MILBOURN FHA 33 Chorus 2, 3. SUSAN MILLER Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 4, President 33 FHA 13 Band 2, 3, 43 Chorus 43 Study Hall Clerk 33 Reserve Cheerleader 2. JOLLMILLS Student Council 43 Eatonian Staffg Varsity Club 2, 3, 43 Audio-Visual Manager 3, 43 Reserve Football 1, 23 Varsity Football 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 43 Fresh- man Class Vice-President3 Sophomore Class Presidentg Junior Class Executive Council3 Prom Committee3 Boyts State 3. RANDY MINNICH Student Council 43 Eatonian Staff? Varsity Club 43 Conservation Club 1, 23 Reserve Football 1, 23 Varsity Football 3, 43 Var- sity Basketball 3, 43 Reserve Basketball 1, 23 Track 23 Junior Playg Prom Com- mittee. A BRUCE MITCHELL Varsity Club 43 Audio-Visual 23 Key Club 33 Reserve Football 13 Reserve Basketball 1, 23 Varsity Football 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2. 3, 4. SARA MOHLER Junior Red Cross 33 Treasurer 43 FHA 1. Seniors an-'M file sq-7.-r lap ik Yuv- ?!f"'Y S '23 , 'fw- 1 4--4 if ,ff Seniors wwf in -fir ,, . ,, LEO MOREHOUSE Hi-Y 3, 4, Conservation Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Forensic Contest 4. BARBARA MORTIMER FTA Historian 4, Albion High School 1, BRIAN NETTLEMAN Hi-Y 2, Audio-Visual 1, 3, Key Club 3, President 4, Reserve Football 2, Reserve Baseball 2, Varsity Baseball 3, Session Charge 4. GEIUXLD OADE Eatonian Staff, Varsity Club 1, 2, Vice- President 3, President 4, Reserve Basket- ball 1, 2, Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, Co-cap- tain 4, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 1, 3, 4, Senior Executive Council, Prom Committee, Tennis 2. THOMAS OWEN Conservation Club 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3. ROBERT PATTERSON FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. JAYKE PELL Eatonian Staff, Hi-Y 1, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Audio-Visual 3, Reserve Football 1, Re- serve Basketball 1, 23 Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 3, Varsity Baseball , - 4 N Q 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling Captain 4, Junior Play. t , -A NORMAN PERKINS , 2' 1 H Eatonian Staff, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Audio-Visual 5 ' ' . ' , - 'M 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Prom Committee, Ten- 5'-, 2' 3 If 4 ,i f Y 0 ' y nis 3. ' W -: K as JAMES PETERSON t' 'li Student Council 1, 2, Eatonian Staff, Var- QMQ A 'li' , 'V -zt fi , it sity Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Conservation Club 1, N ga ! ::' 3 ,, ' , Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, Co-captain 4, 1 'f'- t ,,A jf - f'1"fQig t ,' Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4, Var- ? 1 ' ,X , 1 sity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Pres- , ' , K' I v N ident, Prom Committee. Members of the class who were local winners of special honors are Louise Rowe and David Treadwellv, winners of Sindecuse Scholarships, Penny Rich, DAR Citizenship and Sindecuse Scholarship winner, Judy White, county winner of Cherry Pie contest, Jon Mills and David Dickinson, representatives to Boys' State. 100 Seniors JANE PETERSON Student Council 2, Eatonian Start, FHA 1, Vice-President 2, Pianist 3, Vice-President 4, Library Staff 23 Junior Play Committeeg Senior Play, Junior Class Secretary, Prom Committee, Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. SUE PHINNEY Eaimian Staff, Band 1, 2, 4, Band Room Secretary 2, Library Staff lg Junior Playg Forensic Contest 3, Prom Committee. DON PICKWORTH Conservation Club 1, 2, 35 Reserve Bas- ketball 1, 2, Study Hall Clerk 2, Tennis 2, 3. 9? Mink, 'T"""" IO ANNE RASHETA Eatonian Staff, Y-Teens 23 Senior Play, GAA 1. DAN RENNAKER Varsity Club 4g Audio-Visual 1, 25 Reserve Football 15 Varsity Football 3, 45 Session Charge 4, Tennis 3,'4. WILLIAM RUSSELL Audio-Visual 2, 3, 4, Conservation 1, 23 Hall Monitor 3. Club ,fr l MIKE RYAN Track 3, Walter French lg J. W. Sexton 2. JOYCE SANDERS Eatonian Staff, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Prom Committee, Of- fice Charge 2. CHRIS SHEPHERD Hi-Y 3, President 43 Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4, Conservation Club 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Reserve Baseball 25 Chorus 4. , BECKY SIZEMORE T, Y-Teens 15 Audio-Visual Secretary 3, 4, FHA 2g Chorus 2, 3, Forensic Contest 2. Huntington, W. Va. 1. KARIN SKALLSJO Eatonian Staff, Y-Teens 4g GAA 4g Oslo, Norwa.y 1, 2, 3. CHRISTINE SKINNER FHA 2, 3, Song Leader 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Hall Monitor 4, Receptionist 4, Junior Play Committee, Senior Play Committee. .qmail A MARILYNN SLADE I 1 Eatonian Staff, Y-Teens 1, Library Staff .M ' 15 Junior Play Committee, FTA Historian ' x 2, Vice-President 3, President 4, Forensic Q AV A I Contest 2, 3, 4g Prom Committee. A, s of A sg. , ,N .1 EDWARD SMITH rl, f ' vs 1 I fu FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. s .ju 2 "rv an 1 5, HELEN .sivuru 1 'Q 94 ' 5 17--vl Junior Red Cross 3, 4g FHA lg Library . at . ' - 4 staff 4. ".' sax? 5 if ' l- 101 Seniors 64 55 102 EPP' m,1. D0 5 SCARLETT SPENCE Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Study Hall Clerk 4, Prom Committee Co-chair- man. JAMES SPRAGUE Eatonian Staff, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Reserve Baseball 2, Session Charge 4, Senior Play, Prom Committee, Varsity Tennis 3, 4. KAREN CADY STANLEY FHA 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Hall Monitor 4 Library Staff 3, 4. FRED STEADMAN Hall Monitor 3, Junior Play Committee. NEIL STRANG Student Council 2, Eatonian Staff, Varsity Club 1, 2, 4, Secretary 3, Audio-Visual Manager 3, 4, Chorus 4, Reserve Basket- ball 1, 2, Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 4, Session Charge 3, 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Freshman Class President, Prom Committee. NANCY STROUSE FHA 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Hall Monitor 4, Office Charge 3. CHARLES SWAIN Mason High School 1, 2, FFA 3, 4. JERRY TOOKER Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, Hall Moni- tor 3. DAVE TREADWELL FFA 1, 2, Treasurer 3, President 4, Re- serve Football 2. REX TWICHELL Varsity Club 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, Reserve Football 1, 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Track 'I, 2, 3, Hall Monitor 3, Prom Committee. JANET U'REN Y-Teens 4, Hall Monitor 3, Junior Play Committee, Booster Club 1. JUDY WHITE FHA 1, 2, 3, Hall Monitor 4, Prom Com mittee. BETTY WOLFE Y-Teens 4, Hall Monitor 4, Library Staff 4: Senior Play Committee. MIKE WOODWORTH FFA 1, 2, Reporter 3. ROBERT ZIMMERMAN ERFO 1, 2, Audio-Visual 3, 4, Conserva tion Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Basketball 3, Varsity Baseball 2 3, 4, Wrestling 4. Class Presents ' uiet Weekend' in Jr. Year . li? Junior play cast: Randy Minnich, Carol Ferris, Bob Hetrick, Iayke Pell, Louise Rowe, Beverly Bellinger, David Dickinson, Betty Hall, Neil Strang, Joyce Sanders, Sue Phinney, Bill DuBois. Fist fights, collapsing chairs, doors which fell off their hinges, and a bossy maid all helped keep 'Quiet Weekend' far from quiet. The Whole class sold tickets, and on April 17 a full house watched the hilarious results of Miss Hoyt's and Miss Swem's capable direction and the castls skillful acting. Neil. and Bob watch Miss Swem transform David into a French painter. ' Above: Beverly, Betty, and Carol help cure David's All cold as Bill looks worriedly on. Below: Randy seems to be caught in the middle of a fight between Neil and David. ANNA.. 103 Junior Prom Doug looks as though he hopes the decorations will stay up at least until the dance begins. F.: .vfiiiiiliw 51, ez fm ' mar' iHZn991Qiilt' E - -gf' iq L" 'Anti il 22? sit:-egg 6Venus' Selected as Theme Looking to the space age, the class of 1960 chose tVenus' as the theme of their Junior Prom. Rocket ships, planets, comets, and stars against a background of blue helped transform the V.F.W. Community Center into another world- the world of outer space. Blue and white clouds, and silver stars and planets suspended from the ceiling further helped create the illusion of a different world. The guests iioated in space to the music of Frankie Parkerls orchestra until midnight, when they again returned to earthly realities. Guests dance among the clouds to 'Venus', played by Frankie Parker and his orchestra. L 104 Features uter Space The Grand March is endingg the Prom is half over. Below: Junior class president, Jim Peterson, and his date, Sheila Varney, lead the Grand Mareh. Right: Guests stop dancing long enough to dive for silver balloons dropped from paper rocket ships. Right below: Bev, Judy, Phyllis, and JoAnn serve in the refreshment room throughout the evening. nu! 0 105 Successful Senior Play Has Audience in titches .' I '- ,, pg'..j:'1, -,5 -I he - 12 ,32-.1?'s5 -,- pg is Q A in 2 refs in gxr X sis Q 'X as U l ls.. WA ' . 011 3 V . dh The senior play cast lines up for their curtain call: Jim Sprague, Bob Hetrick, Betty Hall, Carol Ferris, Neil Strang, Louise Rowe, Jo Anne Rasheta, Jane Peterson, David Dickinson, Bill DuBois, and Joyce Sanders, Because of the success of their junior play, the class voted almost unanimously to put on a play in their senior year. Again under the direction of Miss Hoyt and Miss Swem, the seniors presented 'Brides to Burnt, a comedy which included a deaf dentist, a phony mind-reader, and a not-very-bright Ozark maid. Right: David is disappointed because he sat on his coconut cake before he got a chance to eat it. Below: The appearance of David's second wife startles every- one, especially David. Below right: Joyce and Carol are amazed by Jo Anne's ability to foresee events in the bowl of water. ,,,,W'x as wlf fiii 2 ie fi fm? . J J is-J -sl, fi A 3 D ' ia QJ n . 4 qc, r Q 4, 5 r is F i i I vs. gf 3' I? F 95 V ' .S ' ' A -1 A' 2: . 5' A s ir: we " - e A 1 L- ' - 1'-, FY: .VW . Wksrw nf? ' Exif .. , , IU, ' . ' K t . .L il Xi! IX: W! and mimi!!! nw S 3 if 5 'fl jk any E Q w xi f 5 lv Nl' lm f ... my 1 , Bi ' X W g'W,""w A Q A Q ml YH g wa. 5 'S gl ?f.f.a-1 Advertising Patrons East Side Nursing Home Heatonvs Drug Store Mark's Convalescent Home Shimminls Drug Store " ------A Erhard, O.S., M.D. Foote, J.B., D.D.S. Grandy, Edward, D.C Jennings, L. F., D.C.M. Johnson, H. P., D.V.M. Martin, H. V., D.C. Meinke, A. H., M.D. Owen, Edwin W., D.D.S Park 8: Park, Drs., O.D. Sherman, E. B., M.D. Taylor, H. R., D.V.M. VanArk, Bert, M.D. VanArk, H. F., M.D Vance, M. A., D.D.S Brown's Barber Shop Dean's Barber Shop Hixson's Barber Shop Orchard Grove Dairy Gambles P. X. Store Owen Bottle Gas Fulton Upholstering Company Hengstebeck Studio Baldwin, Lynn Sage, P. L. Hamman, Carl Grant, James Comps, Carl Miller, Earle The graduating class of 1960 wishes to express its appreciation to all the advertisers and patrons whose names appear in the Eatonian. Without their loyal sup- port it would be impossible to have a yearbook. The stajj' also wishes to thank the H. A. Powell Studios of Detroit, ojjicial photographers, Mr. Carl Hamman, Eaton Rapids photographerg Mr. Robert Robbins of the Jackson Typesetting Companyof Jackson, S. K. Smith Company of Chicago, cover producers: and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Suprunowicz of Modern Yearbook Co., De- troit, publishers of this Eatonian. P "W: YZ22uil5'fil5:Q?g:i!- Milf Elf' 5? , ,,sgsw1g.fsgm,,,, ,.s,,r. ,UL 7. .W , 5, 35 are-M s -wmmwqw .mmm If - . School and Civic Organization s FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA RED CROSS BAND CLUB V ,M .. , AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN 5 . BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN S CLUB JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Q. .51 ii' E7 flea' ' Y, WWW avr-',,..-.bxwnx vufsom ms PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Mm xlnmfvfr l L . .A - 'Qfjjx ROTARY INTERNATIONAL 5GI'gi23"'g'I5"f . M I I ali - 'MFWIQR' woMEN's LITERARY CLUB B OYQIDCIK KIWANIS CLUB BAND BOOSTERS Farm Specialties Store Long Bean and Gram South of Eaton Rapids on M-99 Grain-Feed-Seeds Bulk Milk Tanks-Milk Pipe Lines-Barn Cleaners "Purina Chows Mobile Feed Unit" Grain Drying .Jifffz Footwear W7 , , 4 f xi :af 1 sg V Y HALL'S SHOE STORE Shoes for the Whole Family COLGAN'S "Fitters of Feet" Eaton Rapids, Michigan 110 BENTLEY'S SHOE STORE Fine Shoes Since 1872 Congratulations, Seniors GUliLlVER'S "Chicks from Ray Pay their Way" ' 551-12 J' if Zi ,, .WS K Automobile Service - Petroleum Products BURKHOLDER'S STANDARD SERVICE EMERY'S MOBIL SERVICE i Right on Main Street Jeep Road Service 1 Phone 9101 816 South Main St. Phone 4-2101 1 1 REESE CITIES SERVICE 1 Tires, Batteries and Accessories 1 919 South Main St. Phone 5221 Congratulations to the Class of 1960 HOLMES SERVICE AND GROCERY YOUNG'S 66 SERVICE AND GROCERY Corner of M-99 and Columbia Groceries-Meats-Gas-Oils 1 Phone 7692 829 South Main sf. Phone 9131 1 oo-w""'k KEN MOCK S SERVICE lv Speedway 79 Gas and Oil 4-21 'SSX GLEN'S LEONARD SERVICE DON'S MOBIL SERVICE Road Service Day or Night FOOTE AND CUSTER Standard Station-Home-Owner Corner of State and Main-Phone 2401 Insurance ancl Real Estate HEMINGER REAL ESTATE Insurance Phone 2041 Michael Moniie Insurance "For your every need" Phone 7461 BAKER REALTY Your Eaton Rapids Realtor Phone 9821 CARL ACKLEY Insurance Service CLIFF ROWE REALTY Phone 4-2191 KENNETH K. POWERS Insurance Agency Phone 4-5661 WALTER J. BEARMAN INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 2291 aiu.:-L1 , Nl AQSOCIATE Wayne Arnold--Owner Everything for The Aufo NICHOLAS ELECTRIC 1,4 Electrical Contractor Appliance Repair A ,fm 2 3 Q.,ai'9 nf. Blaine E. Peterson Hardware Sporting Goods and Skelgas Appliances-Giffs Eaton Rapids, Michigan N H ji Hardware and Appliances 42.11 S' SAGE'S Tires-Appliances air. Eaton Rapids Phone 4 4801 Congrafufafiond Lam fke Mnfkgri r. ana! Wrri. Sana? Emmy gonnie ana! gurfon Guaranteed Meats by the Carcass or by the Pound FREEZER-FOOD CENTER Warehouse Food lockers BROOKVIEW FLORIST 440 King St. For That "Flowery" Occasion Florist Telegraph Delivery Service Phone 45771 Moore Implement Company FARM SUPPLIES Sales 81 Service Eaton Rapids, Michigan Phone 7421 Congratulations to the Class of 1960 S. S. S. Service BX Segadfian grand Gifts-Jewelry-School Supplies Arf Supplies-Wall Paper-B P S Point I I E I I ' "' I BANANA 0017 I I IHAMIAN GW " SUNDA :ll SUPE R-DUPER 6 WWII 051015 57117- as Rock 'N' R001 000015 01.40120 6 ma rfmm F0 JWHBO H07 FUDGL' PECAN fl' Q Pl Aff, 6'4"4fV0,4p3f 9 F' IGB CREAM Farm Made 115 Skinner Ambulance Service Phone 2211 Prompt and Courteous Congratulations, Class of '60" "FOR A GOOD EGG CALL HYATT" HAYES JEWELRY STORE "For gifts you give with pride, Let your ieweler be your guide." H. R. TERRYBERRY COMPANY Grand Rapids, Michigan Official Manufacturers of Eaton Rapids Class Rings T i A .yy -L' ,, ll" Nkfyll f K Qfer .gru- 1? za I r Husby Pontiac, lnc. THE EATON lUMBER C0 Used Cars Bought 81 Sold Colvin A- K0l'll, MCmU9e" Eaton Rapids, Michigan 24-hour Wrecker Service Phone 6281 Horner Woolen Mills Company Since l836 ' Visit our Sales Room for your woolen blankets, stadium robes, fabric, garments, yarn, and remnants. Hours 9:00 to 5:30 lexcept Sundaysl Phone 2331 RICHARD Bnomsns v ALLIED PRODUCTS Congratulations, Class of 1960 EBM 0516111140 3 41616605 , .fdidldafef Children's and Infants' Wear Phone 3211 N Z E P H YR fsgiafgmniis igqgfrfr Satisied Hams 011 Co. 323 s. Mains M 201 w. Knight -me-uu...A.,, Js-qw,:1..Qvm.vwN4sv..fM.s- 1 7 k - k' My syss W-....W..s..,,W ,,sA AL V W. R. Thomas' 5c to 51.00 Store New Dime Store with Self Service for Faster, Easier Service Hovey Engineering Co. 9 h ' Rm' Water Systems Cloughs Iewelry Sc Watc Repaur Sales and Service 123 South Main St. Phone 4833 "The Time is Here For You Seniors" O PRINTING O LITHOGRAPHING Phone 4-6151 I RUBBER STAMPS O SUPPLIES Sump ,Siwuice RUBBER STAMP MANUFACTURERS KV' PRINTERS-LITHOGRAPHERS 715 oooonlcl-i smear JUOCOH wer SADF P. o. sox 4 EATON RAPIDS, MICH. Ray and Lillian Hocott 230 East Hamlin St. Phone 7821 Flowers for Every Occasion Storybook House 202 South River Street, Eaton Rapids A nursing home of spacious living "Storybook House is interesting!" Compliments of Mason Dairy Co. Mason, Michigan James Gruber and Son "lf you've tried the rest, now try the best." Willow Brook Poultry SEALTEST DAIRY PRODUCTS Distributed in the Eaton Rapids area by John Harkness Phone 7131 Compliments of Taylor-Made Bakery 140 S. Main Street Eaton Rapids, Michigan Phone 2351 Taylor Groves, Prop Refrigeration Service Snow's Refrigeration Automatic Appliance Service Gibson Appliance Sales Schnepp Refrigeration Service Commercial-Industrial-Residential 1 519 Gale Rd. Pettit Funeral Home Congratulations to the Class of 1960 General Aluminum Products, i Inc. Storm Doors 81 Storm Windows Fine Job Printing of all Kinds Journal Publishing Company Publishers of The Eaton Rapids Journal Ed Cords Well Drilling Specializing in immediate service and satisfied customers. Complete Home Furnishings Riverside Furnishings und Brown's Open Friday Evening-Others by Appointment H4 Grand Sl' 144 N. Main EGTOI1 Rapids, MlCl1. Phone 41111 Business Phone 4844 The National Bank of Eaton Rapids LEVELVUE FARM , , 370 lnfefesl , , Dwight and James Ballard Paid Sem: annually on Savings Deposits courtesy Fena Feed Mills Member Federal Reserve System 'fx 5 122 l l l For Courteous and Efficient Delivery of All Dairy Products Including Home Delivery of Sunbeam Ice Cream 518 N. Cedar, Lansing Phone lVanhoe 2-6251 Restaurants and Confectioneries .1 I9 1 ' N, 2- . .Y X cn A 3 gk iq., K Biucinus PUTS vGlU lfgiqg SM, V ,, v Q3 , X nl A U'l'i:Zr's RED CEDAR CAFE +R-- Home Cooked Meals 5 Welcome an A We Serves FineMFood CATERINO BROTHERS M SAM COUZZI Candy Kitchen ' h W ' V BALDY'S Service and Records Meet Your ROBINSON S CAFE Welcome TBM 3 SlPLE'S RESTAURANT to Please Foods and Friendly Service MASC3? CAFE Confectionery lj g Congratulations, Class of '60 '- 'V '- i if x, l qmswm A 35.1 Auto Sales The House of No Money Down Used Cars Eaton Rapids-Jackson L 'O ..-lx Doak Drive-ln Cleaners Twichell's Grocery Drycleaning-'Berlou' Moth Proofing Established 1897 1 We Give S 8. H Green Stamps Fresh Meats and Groceries 1 111 East Knight Street. Eaton Rapids, Michigan Phone 4-6501 Phone 3481 l iw Beauty Shops iigil ...f JOYCE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE ! 16 E. Knight Phone 4-5761 Joyce Gall, Owner and Operator MARIE S BEAUTY SHOPPE 301 West Broad Phone 4 2141 BEA'S BEAUTY SALON l 529 Bentley Street Phone 5351 Berniece Jenson, Owner and Operator 449 North St. Phone 4788 Nellie Andreas-Owner and Operator Thayer Radio R T.V. McNAMARA AUTO SALES Sales 8g Service Make a Date with a Rocket Eight OLDSMOBILE SALES and SERVICE Phone 4721 00 'IZUILQ 2567 ,mumlwwwf A ,g::rp,-use I , W ff .I A-err nnnnva an mov: n-ra mann M. Balcom Plumbing and Heating HHWHWBY A1110 B0dY w0fk5 American Standard Fixtures Bea' Frame 8' Axie Service "Where Quality and Service Count" Bumping and Painting Phone 5121 .la fa ,Elly 1 ' l Q Q. ' if ..' 5 5 pl?a's Gwl A FUUU 'ENT' lll.T'S lVlEN'S WI-Illll Formal Wear Rental Clothing-Furnishings-Sporfswea r-Shoes "A Good Place To Trade in Eaton Rapids" X, Nix! l A 'N ,Q iv 311' L I N v--:K fu WHlTTllM'S GRIWEL Washed Sand 8K Gravel Ready-Mix Concrete Phone 2031 EATON STAMPING CO. Good Luck, Class of '60 Manufacturers-Designers-Dies-Sfampings 1 ' "aWMHW!WWWWW' 3"-"L'1 ""':' , X QI, 1- John B. Davidson Woolen Mills lf' Spinners of Woolen and Merino Yarns Stewart Chevrolet Sales W. :,, E A ,,.,. K Phone 64' I M ' I E :,"'. ff' '-'- General Repair and Wrecker Service kj - .. A mg, 4 2 r.1.. on rr so Automobile Dealers Wayne Gibson-Ford The New-Size Ford . . . the Falcon BL Arnold and Beckluncl Foocllinerr Your Downtown Shopping Center S 5 rooms .. nel Mm Tnumn l m Jffnnizr. gg mc: vm Amr cans' M any ' ' FREE W.. if GIFTS? . ,vp .. ' 1 4- EC -Q I "The Trend Toda Congratulations, Class of 1960 Farmers' Warehouse Adams cleaners Master Mix and Murphy Feeds Grain Buyer Phone 41261 DEFIMTE ARMER5 HEHDUSE Bonnie View Golf Course Play Golf for Health Eaton Rapids Four Miles North on M-99 Webster lumber 81 Coal ' 1 Cnunss Eaton Rapids 5421 1 2 1 Springport NI 7-5515 2 i FLASHES Shoppers' Guide Wedding Invitations, cmd Job Printing Charles Trosper sunosn or Monem Homes Telephone 4-4631 P 518 Bentley Street Eaton Rapids, Mich. Professional Photographers for this annual were- Mr. Walter Gregg -Senior Portraits Mr. Sam Slis -Activity Photography associated with- H. A. Powell Studios THIRTY-ONE YEA RS PROD UCING "Photography at its Best" Michigan and Ohio FERGUSON DRY CLEANERS Free Pickup and Delivery 215 S. Main St. Phone 46191 of I ,L-'J marceifji SCLOMOK of mance 211 E. Knight St. Eaton Rapids Phone 44651 Top---Ballet---Acrobatic Member of Dance Masters of America as QQ 1 7 7 ! Wgamd :Dairy 1 1 n 2 I Valley Lea Products :t XJ "Good Luck, Class of '60" Silhouette Antique Shop Dorothy C. Hemans-Chas. F. Hemans Antique Furniture Expertly Repaired and Retinished 151 S. Main Eaton Rapids Phone 4777 Gene' s Dairy Queen is 50 fi 'W , Y ' l- , W V w 4 F y Ma ' ff f s ia .g i Q! K H Ackley A Alice C111 60, 75, 78 Ackley, Gayle C91 60, 74, 77, 79, 86 Adams, Tommy C71 83 Aitken, Patricia C111 60, 90 Aitken, Robert C91 50, 87 Index Browne, Sheila C111 60 Bruce, JoAnne C91 87 Buckingham, Roy C101 43, 48, 62, 88 Bumgarner, Robert C91 43, 63, 87 Burkett, Brenda C91 87 Burkholder, Judy C101 60, 75, 77, 88 Burns, Dennis C81 84 G Alt, Virginia C121 20, 60, 71, 78, 95 Allan, Alexanne C111 60, 78, 79 Anderson, Frances C111 66 Anderson, Millie CTeacher1 23, 60 Andler, Barbara C81 84 Andler, Phillip C71 83 Andrews, Carlita C91 87 Andrews, Dallas C101 40, 48 Appleby, Martha C71, 83 Appleton, Shirley C121 20, 79, 95 Bush, Frank C81 43, 49, 84 C Cady, Linda C121 66, 95 Cady, Sandra C121 95 Cady, Cady, Came Shirley C91 87 Tommy C91 50 on Delena C111 not pictured Arnold, Jill C81 76, 84 Ashton, Phyllis C121 65, 95, 102 B Babcock, Floyd C111 50 Babcock, Jon C71 83 Babcock, Michael C71 83 Babcock, Rhonda C91 not pictured Bailey, Beverley C71 not pictured Baker, Barbara C91 87 Baker, Beverly C101 69 Baker, Bill C81 not pictured Baker, linda C71 83 Ball, Linda C81 not pictured Banlield, John C111 46, 53, 68 Bannister, Fred C111 45 Bannister, Ken C101 72, 88 Bartield, Wanda C111 not pictured Barnhart, Floyd C71 83 Bartlett, Ada C121 95 Basing, Paul C71 43, 49, 83 Basing, Ralph C91 43, 50, 63, 87 Bates, Ruth CTeacher1 23, 84 Bayes, Fred C71 83 Bayes, Ronald C111 not pictured Beasore, Kenneth C91 53, 67, 87 Becker, Larry C81 not pictured Becklund, Dee C81 84 Beiser, M. J. CSuperintendent1 20, 21, 60 Bellinger, Beverly C121 20, 60, 71, 78, 95, 103, 105 T 7 Camp, Laura Mae C71 83 Canedy, Jeanette C121 60, 71, 95 Canedy, Rachel C91 ,55, 87 Canedy, Trudie C111 not pictured Canfield, Gail C71 not pictured Canfield, Gregg C71 43, 49, 83 Cantine, Robert C71 83 Carr, Mary Lou C81 64, 84 Carstens, Carole C101 60, 75, 77, 88 Carter, Sharon C81 84 Cartwright, Louis C71 83 Casler, Ruth Ann C71 83 Casler, Wayne C121 38, 51, 68, 72, 78, 94, 98 Cassidy, Delores C91 60, 75, 77, 87 Chaney, Bruce C91 87 Chaney, William C71 43, 49, 83 Charlefour, Dick C91 87 Charlefour, Suzanne C81 84 Cherry, Chuck C101 not pictured Chisholm, Jeannie C91 61, 74, 77, 86 Clark ,Carol C91 55, 87 Clark, Douglas C121 44, 46, 51, 71, 68, 95 Clark, James C71 83 Clark, Marie C111 not pictured Clarke, Robert C91 51, 72, 86, 87 Clarke, Victor C111 40, 53, 68 Clone, Mike C101 43, 50, 74, 88 Clone, Terry C81 43, 84 Clone, Wayne C121 39, 40, 52, 68, 94 Clough, Judith C91 87 Clough, Samuel C91 51, 87 Clough, Sandra C81 not pictured Bentley Cole, Emily C71 83 Bellows, Carol C121 66, 71, 95, 96 Bellows, John C71 83 Bender, Karen C101 59, 76, 88 Bennett, Charles C101 88 Bennett, Judy C81 64, 84 Bentley Betsy C91 60, 87 Bentley: Bonnie C121 65, 75, 78, 95, 98 Burton C101 75, 89 Bergstad, Helen C91 87 Bergstad, John C91 not pictured Bergstad, Ken C81 49, 84 Biggs, Tamara C91 87 Blake, Roger C71 83 Blankenburg, Don C81 not pictured Blatt, John C91 43, 72, 87 Bodell, Carla C71 not pictured Bogi, James C81 84 Bolles, Darwin C91 87 Booth, Mike C111 40, 52, 61, 72,68 Bouts, Roger C121 95 Brandt, Everett C81 43, 49, 72, 84 Brandt, Larry C111 not pictured Brandt, Treva C71 83 Clough, Sharon C81 84 Clouse, Duane C71 83 Coats, Gary C111 66 Coats, Jim C101 48, 51, 88 Coats, Richard C101 51, 68, 72, 88 Coffey, Dennis C81 not pictured Coffey, Thomas C71 not pictured Cole, Marlene C91 69, 87 Cole, Pauline C71 83 Collins, Jeanette C91 87 Collins, Sandra C71 83 Colosky, Jaqueline C71 83 Conard, Connie C111 20, 60, 75, 90 Conarton, Barbara C111 75 Conarton, James C91 87 Conklin, Sandra C121 95 Conley, Levy C121 95 Converse, Dave C111 62, 74 Converse, Marge CSecretary1 21 Converse, Mike C101 68, 88 Cook, Nancy C101 88 Corbin Ph llis 10 63 75 88 Breard, James C71 43, 83 Bresky, Gerald C71 83 Briminstool, Gary C81 84 Bristol, Penny C81 84 Bristol Terrie 11 60 , C 1 Brown, Carolyn C Teacher1 25 Brown Donald C71 83 Brown, Glenn C71 82 Brown, Karan C101 60, 75, 88 Brown, Keith C111 not pictured Brown Rodney C81 84 , Brown, Ruth C71 83 Browne, Debbie C81 76, 84 . Y C J , , Cote, Lloyd C111 not pictured Cote, Roderick C71 not pictured Crafton, Ronald C71 83 Craib, Ray C91 87 Craun, David C81 43, 49, 76, 84 Crawford, Sheila C91 87 Creyts, Ava C81 58, 64, 84 Crippen, Wayne C101 50, 88 Crittenden, Allen C101 43, 48, 72, 88 Crittenden, Edna C121 66, 75, 95 Cupp, Leroy C71 83 Curran, Mike C91 86 Curtis, Dean C111 62 Curtis, Jan C91 87 D Darrow, Doris CTeacher1 32 Davidson, Eve C111 60 Davidson, Jamie C111 44, 46, 53, 62, Davidson, Phillip C101 88 Davis, Christine C71 83 Davis, Delores C91 87 Davis, Richard C111 40, 50, 68 Davison, Martha C71 83 Dawley, Janet C91 87 Dawson, Sandra C71 83 DeCamp, Anne C111 60, 75, 77, 78 DeCamp, Vance C81 49, 84 Deckman, Ben C91 not pictured Deckman, Janice C81 55, 84 Dedafoe, Karen C91 87 Dedafoe, Ronald C111 not pictured Dekett, Alice C121 65, 72, 96 DeLano, David C71 43, 82 Derby, Fred C111 not pictured DeWaters, David C71 83 DeWaters, Lousie C71 83 Dickinson, David C121 52, 62, 75, 96, 100, 103, 106 Dickinson, Donald C91 45, 61, 75, 87 Dillin, Diana C121 96 Dillin, Rosalie C81 84 Dillin, Thomas C91 87 Disler, Jerry C81 43, 49, 72, 84 Dixson, Bonnie C81 not pictured Dodge, Gary C111 40, 46, 50 Downing, Bob C111 40, 50, 68 Doxtador, Gordon C81 84 Doyle, Mike C71 43, 83 Draggoo, Maribeth C101 59, 77, 88 Drake, Gary C91 87 Driver, Terry C71 83 Driver, Tim C101 45, 88 DuBois, Jay C71 43, 49, 83 DuBois, Bill C121 52, 61, 71, 96, 98, 103, 106 Dunham, Anne CTeacher1 30, 90 Dunham, Dale CTeacher1 30, 43, 48 Dunneback, Rodney C81 84 E Eckhart, Lucile CTeacher1 22, 59 Eckhart, Mary Jane C111 60 Eddy, Jon C111 62 Elliott, Judy C121 96 Ellis, Earl C91 87 Elston, Brenda C91 not pictured Elston, Douglas C111 66 Elston, Keith C101 not pictured 90 Elston, Ronald C121 38, 40, 46, 51, 68, 71, 96, 98 Emery, Dick C81 49, 84 Emmer, Gene CTeacher1 22, 53, 88 Engleman, Johnny C91 48, 53, 74, 87 F Fajnor, Jerry C71 76, 83 Fajnor, Milton C121 96 Fancher, Edith C91 87 Faulkner, Dale C81 76, 84 Faulkner, Don C91 64, 72, 87 Faulkner, Ruth C71 83 Faulkner, Sharon C81 84 Ferguson, Esma CTeacher1 27, 84 Ferguson, Steven C91 87 Ferris, Carol C121 60, 71, 78, 96, 103, 106 Ferris, Jackie C91 60, 86 Fessell, Alan C91 87 Fessell, Linda C71 83 Fessell, Nick C111 not pictured Finch, Herbert C71 83 Finchum, Alice C71 83 Fisher, Barbara C111 69 Fisher, Marilyn C81 84 Florian, Carl C121 20, 74, 78, 76 Fowler, Linda C71 83 Fox, Carolyn C91 69, 74, 87 Fox, Dean C101 88 Fox, John C121 39, 40, 51, 61, 68, 97 Fransted, Richard CPrin,cipal1 21, 78, Freer, Joe C111 40, 46, 50, 68,90 Freer, Melvin C81 43, 84 French, Albert C81 not pictured French, David C71 not pictured Fuller, Dolly C81 84 Fuller, Marcia C81 76, 84 Fuller, Robert C101 88 Gall, Bill C81 84 Galusha, Dean C101 66, 88 Garner, Barbara C91 87 Garner, Bob C91 44, 87 Garner, Peggy C121 60, 97 Garrison, Sharon C101 77, 88 Geisenhafer, Carol C91 60, 87 Gephart, Nancy C81 85 Gerow, Gerald CTeacher1 26 Getter, David C91 87 Getter, Larry C111 not pictured Getter, Roger C81 84 Getter, Stan C101 not pictured Gibbs, Bonnie C71 82 Gibbs, Gary C111 not pictured Gibbs, Pat C101 88 Gibson, Cheryl C101 55, 60, 88 Gibson, Leslee C121 53, 62, 97 Gibson, Paul C111 44, 62, 97 Gift, Virginia CTeacher1 27, 58, 82 Gilbert, James C71 83 Gilbert, Mary C91 64, 72, 87 Gillilland, James C101 74, 89 Gilliland, Merritt C121 66, 75, 97 Gilly, Lisbeth C91 87 Gleason, Sally C71 83 Gleason, William C121 61, 72, 77, 97 Gleim, Judy C71 83 Glenn, Pamela C71 83 Goetz, Myrtle CTeacher1 25, 86, 88 Golden, James C111 74 Goodrioe, George C101 not pictured Goodnoe, Jerry C101 88 Gooldy, Ray C81 84 Gorton, Eugene C71 not pictured Gorton, Richard C101 43, 88 Graham, David C81 49, 84 Granger, Pauline C81 84 Gray, Gale C111 40, 45, 68 Gray, Orville C91 45, 87 Green, Ella C81 64, 84 Griggs, Bob C101 not pictured Grig Grig gs, John C71 83 gs, Sherry C91 87 Grimes, Alyce C91 59, 72, 87 Grimes, Kenneth C81 43, 58, 84 Gruber, Stephanie C111 20, 59, 90 Gruesbeck, Carolyn C71 76, 83 Gruesbeck, Phyllis C81 84 Gruesbeck, Robert C101 48, 51, 62, 8 Gruesbeck, Sharon C111 60, 79 Gulliver, Ted C91 43, 45, 51, 72, 75, 87 H Haite, Richard C11 63, 97 Haite, Stephen C71 not pictured Hale, Sharon C121 97 Haley, Jerry C111 not pictured Hal Richard C81 84 GY, Hall Bernice C91 Hall Hall Hall Hall I Betty C121 97,193,106 ,Glenda tsp 84 ,Jim C91 87 Laura C101 64, 72, 88 Hallz Lester C101 40, 45. 50, 64, es, i, -f -- ,-,, -L 1, ig., ,,,, , ie,,,ff,,e,,g,g:,,i,-Lt4, my ,r,,i, .,..,,. ,f-, , ,, .,,. ,. , ,,,. . f . ., , .. ., , . . t - , f- .f W. ft,:c,e:...zzz e',ff11.f,1i,sc ifwggggzf-A, , gg-gf, . ,ii fm- ef es fw11t,-,,- iw? Hannon, Carol C71 76, 83 Long Morgan, Alberta C91 60, 77, 87 Hall, Nancy C101 60, 75, 77, 89 Hall, William C121 97 Halsey, Carol C91 87 Halsey, Connie C71 83 Halsey, Gordon C111 72 Hamilton, Carol C71 83 Hamman, Dick C81 76, 84 Hammond, Faith C81 64, 84 Hammond, Hope C91 55, 66, 86 Hammond, Larry C91 43, 51, 66, 79, 87 Hampton, Bill C81 84 Hanna, Gary C81 84 Hansen, Harder, Harder, Harder, Maynard C81 43, 76, 84 Alice C91 87 Frederick C81 84 Howard C101 66, 89 Harder, Rosemary C121 not pictured Hargrave, Marion CSecretary1 33 Harns, Evelyn C71 83 Harris, Bennie C71 83 Harris, Donald C121 75, 97 Harris, Donna C71 83 Harris, Janet C71 83 Harris Marietta C71 83 1-iarrisl Mike C101 48, 64, ss Harris, Roger C81 43, 84 Harrison, Andy C101 not pictured Harrison Avis C81 not pictured Harshey,YB0b C91 51, 66. 87 Harshey, Harshey. Harshey, Harshey, Hartline, Jean C101 64, 72, 88 Jeannie C81 84 Kathy C101 59,88 William C91 51, 66 Calvin C81 84 Huff, Charleen C91 60, 87 Huff, Charles C111 66 Hults, Michael C71 83 Hunt, Janice C71 83 Hunt, Mary C91 58, 72, 86 Huntington, Barry C91 43, 48, 50, 74, 87 Huntington, David C91 45, 87 Huntington, Richard C121 44, 46, 50, 68 71, 78, 79, 98 Husted, Beverly C71 83 Husted, Dora C81 not pictured Husted, Doris C81 not pictured Huston, Jim C111 62 Huston, Phil C71 83 Hutchings, Ray C111 74 Hyatt, Janet 'C81 76, 79, 84 Hyatt, Norman C121 61, 98 Hyde, Vincent C101 not pictured J 1 Krumm, Robert C101 43, 48, 51, 63, Kunce, Diana C101 59, 60, 88 Kunkel, Dewey C81 85 Kunkel, Jerry C81 84 Kunkel, Lao C91 66, 87 Lan tr L Carleen 9 69 87 g Y, , C 1 , Langtry, Linda C71 not pictured 88 Jackson Jackson: Jackson Jackson Dean C71 43, 49 Leroy C81 72, 84 Linda C121 98 :Wayne C91 43, 45, 51, 72, 87 Janecke, Patricia C121 98 Lane, James C121 46, 50, 68, 96, 99 Lease, Linda C91 69, 87 Lease, Marilyn C101 69, 88 Leatherbery, Lyle C91 87 Leightner, Philip C91 87 Letts, Paul CPrincipal1 58 LeVanaway, James C101 88 Lewis, Lynn C81 49, 84 Lidikay, David CTeacher1 32 Lilley, Mary C71 83 Litchfield, Duane C121 66, 72, 99 Litchfield, Kay C91 66, 87 Locke, Terry C81 84 Lokken, Beverly C121 66 Lokken, Richard C111 Il0t pictured Meyers, Meyers, Charlene C91 58, 65, 75, 87 Clifton C111 62 Milks, Sandra C101 69, 88 Milbourn, Pauline C121 99 Miller, Bruce C81 72, 84 Miller, Elizabeth C101 63, 75, 79 Miller, Paul C91 66 Miller, Ruth C111 63, 76 Miller, Sara C111 78 Miller, Sue Ann C111 69, 72 Miller, Susan C121 64, 75, 99 Miller, Terry C101 74, 89 Mills, Jon C121 39, 40, 45, 51, 68, 71, 72, 78, 79, 99. 100 Minnich, John C71 76, 83 Minnjch , Randy C121 38, 40, 46, 68, 71 78, 79, 99, 103 Mitchell Mitchell , Bruce C121 39, 40, 51, 68, 99 , Marilyn C101 64, 88 Moffitt, Kay C91 not pictured Moffitt, Roberta C71 83 Mohler, Jerry C91 87 Mohler, Jim C101 51, 88 Jardot, Paul C101 66 Jecks, Michael C71 not pictured Jecks, Pat C91 not pictured Jenkins, William CTeacher1 24, 43, 49, 84, 88 Jennings, Bob C81 not pictured. . Jensen, Nancy C81 79, 84 Hasty, Paige C111 55, 60, 79 Hasty, Renee C121 55, 72, 97 Hasty, Susan C91 87 Hatch, Robert Cl 11 not pictured Hawkins, John C111 40, 68 Hawkins. Mary C111 not pictured Hawley, Janice C121 20, 66, 71, 78, 97, 98 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson Johnson, Johnson Brian C111 not pictured Clara C111 not pictured John C71 83 Marda C71 58, 76, 83 PhylisC11172 91 'J0hn50U: R81'mond C71 iiot pictured Jones, P olly C81 84 Jones Shirle 12 98 Long Long Long Long? Long, Long. Long Long , Annamarie C101 65, 75, 77 David C71 83 Dean C111 not pictured Jim C91 76, 87 Judith C71 82 Kathlyn C91 10, 87 Larry C101 50, 68, 88 Susan C101 60, 75 , Victor C111 not pictured Mohler, Sara C121 64, 99 Mohr, Mary C91 66. 87 Montross, James C91 87 Montross, Janet C111 69, 72 Moore, Dennis C71 43, 49, 83 Moore, Dianne C101 60, 75, 88 Moore, Joan C91 69, 77, 87 Lovejoy, Sue C81 not pictured Lownsberry Garv C101 H01 pictured Luedtke, Carol C121 78, 99 Lung, Beverly C71 83 Moore, Yvonne C101 88 Morehouse, George C101 50, 88 Morehouse, Leo C121 61, 74, 100 Morehouse, Ronald C111 62 Morgan, Morgan, Morgan, Clare C101 88 Jack C111 40, 66, 68 Phyllis C111 72 Morgan, William C91 64, 87 Morrill , Gary C91 50, 64, 87 Morris, George C71 83 Morris, Jack C91 87 Morris, Jeannie C91 87 Hayward, Sharon C91 not pictured Heil, Carole C121 97 Heil, Merry C81 84 Heintzelman, Keith C71 43, 49, 83 Henderson, John C111 40 Hengstebeck, Richard C91 87 Henry, Phyllis C81 84 Henry, Sharon Cl 11 not pictured Herrick, Beverly C71 83 Herrick, Doretta C121 97 Herrick, James C71 83 Herrick, Marlene C101 88 Herrick, Mike C81 84 Herrick, Ray C101 88 Hetrick, Robert C1Z1,62, 71, 97,106,103 Higbie, Claudia C71 83 Higbie, Sonja C81 84 Hill, Ray C81 84 Hilliard, Elizabeth C121 66, 72, 97 Hilliard, Phyllis C91 60, 87 Hines, Larry C81 84 Hixson, Marlowe CTeacher1 27, 88 Hoard, Nancy C71 83 Hock, Sandra C81 84 Hocott, Nancy C111 60, 75 Hodges, Morris CTeacher1 28, 94 Hoffman, Robert C71 83 Hogan, Cynthia C71 83 Hogan, Ray C101 43, 48, 50, 62, 75, 79, 88 Hoke, Jean C101 60, 74, 77, 79, 88 Holland, Bettie C101 88 Holland, Earl C121 98 Holley, Gene C101 52, 88 Holley, Lester C71 83 Holmes, Jean C81 84 Holmes, Larry C71 83 Holmes, Mary C91 60, 75, 77, 87 Horn, Mae CTeacher1 26, 61 Horn, Thomas CTeacher1 26, 61 Houston, Glenna C81 84 Houston, Sam C81 49, 84 Howe, Bill C81 43, 49, 72, 84 Hoyt, Mary CTeacher1 29, 66 , y C 1 Jowett, Susan C81 84 Jury, Jeanette C101 72, 88 K Kasuba, Donald CTeacher1 33, 43, 94 Kaylor, Barbara C71 76, 83 Keeler, JoAnn C121 66, 98, 105 Kelley, -l0Ann C101 not pictured Kelley, John C91 87 Kelly, Donald C71 83 Kemper, Arthur C81 84 Kemper, Lucie C111 66, 75 Kerns, Gerald C101 88 Kerns, Tom C121 98 Kidder, -Judy C91 not pictured Kikendall, Dale C91 50, 87 Kikendall, Lee C81 not pictured Klkendall, Sandra C111 not pictured Kikendall, Terry C91 84 Klflgt Gale C91 not pictured Kinyon, Ben C81 84 Kipp, William C71 83 Koch, Jack CTeacher1 25, 43, 45, 82 Kohl, Carla C71 83 Koyl, Robert CTeacher1 32, 74, 77 Knickerbocker, Jerry C111 not pictured Kmckerbocker, Larry C111 not pictured Kreger, Phyllis C81 84 Kreischer, Bob C91 87 Kreischer, Mary C91 60, 86, 87 Krey, Carolyn C101 60, 88 Krey, Henry C71 83 Krey, Joyce C121 65, 71, 78, 99 Krumm, Robert C101 43, 48, 51, 63, 88 Kunce, Diana C101 59, 60, 88 Kunkel, Dewey C81 85 Kunkel, Jerry C81 84 Kunkel, Lao C91 66, 87 Kreischer, Mary C91 60, 86, 87 Krey, Carolyn C101 60, 88 Krey, Henry C71 83 Krey, Joyce C121 65, 71, 78, 99 M Madison, Ben C121 50, 62, 99 Madison, Jackie C81 84 Madison, Verna C81 84 Magoon, Jean C111 not pictured Manchester, Lois C111 60 Manger, Ruthanne C71 76, 83 Marietta, Carolyn C91 69, 87 Mason, Edna C91 87 Masters, Gene C91 87 Masters, Jim C111 76 May, Marvin C81 76. 84 Maxon, Rachel C91 77, 87 Maxey, Florence CTeacher1 27, 82 McAtee, Eric C101 43, 48, 88 McBride, Mary C81 84 McBride, Richard C91 87 McCarrick, Roseleah C121 66, 75, 99 McClelland, Jean C101 60, 74, 88 McCormick, William C81 43. 49, 76, 84 McCoy, Mike C101 78, 89 McFarland, Laurie C71 not pictured McGarry, Sandra C101 55, 88 McGarry, Steve C91 72, 87 ' McHugh, Kathy C101 88 McKessy, Barry C121 38, 40, 68, 99 McKessy, Philip C101 48, 58, 72, 75, McKessy, Roger C121 99 McKessy Sharla C121 10, 55, 72, 99 89 McKim, Earl CTeacher1 29, 66 McKim, Eva CTeacher1 29, 66 McKim, Martha C121 69,'71, 78, 94 McMann, Alvin C81 84 McMann, Vicke C91 87 McManus, Jerry C81 43, 84 McManus, Marjorie C91 87 McNamara, Gary C101 43, 45, 51, 68, 88 McNamera, Patrick C71 43, 49, 82 McVean, Pat C101 88 Meinke, Albert C71 82 Merchant, Jerry C101 43, 88 Mergener, Paul CTeacher1 26 Merritt, Dorothy CTeacher1 30, 94 Morris, Mary Jane C101 88, 76 Morrow, Linda C111 60, 90 Mortimer, Barbara C121 65, 78, 100 Morton, Dennis C91 not pictured Morton, Joan C111 not pictured Murdock, James C71 83 Murray, Claude C101 76, 88 N Nail, Judy C81 not pictured Natusch. Joelyn C81 85 Nelson, Dorothy C111 91 Nelson, Russell C111 40, 66, 68 Nettleman, Brian C121 50, 62, 78, 100 Nettleman, Bruce C91 87 Newcomb, Linda C71 83 Newsom, Glenda C111 66, 91 Nickerson, Christine C71 83 Noble, Warren C71 83 North, Edward C111 91 North, Mike C91 87 Norton, LaVern C71 83 Nousaine, Dennis C81 58, 84 Nousaine, Tom C101 43, 50, 74, 89 O Oade, Gerald C121 38, 40, 45, 46, 50, 68 71, 96, 100 Oberlin, Stan C101 not pictured Oliver, Cheryl C111 91 Owen, Gerald C121 100 Owen. William C91 61, 74, 87 P Page, Jennifer C81 64, 76, 85 Page, Mildred CTeacher1 26, 90 Palk, Thomas C71 49, 83 Parks, Eleanor C111 not pictured Parsons, Dean C71 83 Parsons, Gale C81 85 Parsons, Ron C101 45, 50, 89 Parsons, Wayne C101 43, 50, 66, 89 Patterson, Coleene C81 85 Patterson, Robert, Jr. C121 66, 100 Payne, Anna C71 83 Payne, Arthur C71 43, 49, 83 Payne, Catherine C81 85 Payne, Darwin C71 49, 83 Payne, Donald C71 83 Payne, Dwight C81 85 Pearson, Allan C91 87 Pekkala, Barbara C101 69, 89 Pekkala, James C71 83 Pekkala, Mary C111 69, 91 Pekkala, Robert C111 91 Pell, Janet C71 83 Pell, Jayke C121 39, 40, 45, 50, 68, 71, 100, 103. Pell, JerrygC81 43, 49, 84 Penharwood, Sandra C101 72, 91 Perkins, lune C111 59, 89 Perkins, Norman C121 61, 71, 72, 100 Peters, Dean C91 87 Peters, Douglas C101 43, 51, 68, 72, 89 Peters, Tom C81 85 Peterson, JameC12155, 66, 71, 78,101, 106 Peterson, Jim C121 38, 40, 46, 50, 68, 71, 100, 105 Peterson, John C71 43, 49, 83 Pettis, Sue C91 87 Pettit, Hal C71 43, 76, 83 Phillips, Shirley C101 60, 89 Phinney, Rita Sue C121 60, 75, 78, 91, 101, 103 Phinney, Spencer C71 43, 49, 83 Pickworth, Carl C81 85 Pickworth, Donald C121 52, 101 Pickworth, Priscilla C81 85 Pierce, DeForest C91 87 Pierce, James C91 66, 76, 87 Pierce, John C81 43, 85 Pierce, Kenneth C91 72, 87 Pilmore, Jerry C101 50, 66 Pilmore, John C111 91 Piper, Sharon C71 67, 83 Pitcher, Linda C81 76, 85 Plumer, Cheryl C71 58, 83 Pomeroy, Dennis C101 89 Pomeroy, Sharon C71 83 Porter, Donald C71 83 Porter, James C91 87 Porter, Joanne C111 20, 59, 60, 75 Porter, Richard C101 not pictured Porter, Robert C71 83 Postema, Edward CTeacher1 25, 50 Potter, Linda C71 83 Pringle, Darlene C101 60, 89 Pringle, Diana C81 85 Proctor, Charlene C81 85 Puryear, Gary C101 43, 53, 62, 72, 74, 89 Puryear, Jeff C111 40, 53, 62, 91 R Ramey, Chester C81 43, 85 Rasheta, JoAnne C121 106, 101 Rasheta, Nick C81 49, 85 Rathbun, Cynthia C71 83 Reed, Linda C101 77, 89 Reed, Mike C101 89 Reese, Steve C91 48, 50, 72, 74, 37 Rehkopf, Richard C71 not pictured Rennaker, Amy C111 91 Rennaker, Dan C121 39, 40, 45, 52, 63. 101 Rennaker, Larry C81 85 Ribby, Dan C81 85 Ribby, Richard C101 not pictured Rice, Sandra C71 83 - , t I rg B , UG fb! ids 1 D' Var ' if i i Rich, Albert C81 43, 85 Rich, Alberta C121 60, 71, 74, 78, 94, 100 Rich, Cleo C91 60, 87 Rich, Dorothy CTeacher1 22, 71, 78, 94 Rich, Duane C91 72, 87 Rich, Earl CTeacher1 25, 63, 94 Richardson, Bruce C71 49 Richardson, Carolyn C91 not pictured Richardson, Jack C101 43, 89 Richardson, Jim C81 50, 85 Richardson, Mitchell C111 40, 45, 51, 68, 91 Riegal, Taylor C81 43, 85 Riggle, James C91 66 Riggle, Jane C71 76, 79, 83 Riggle, Janyce C81 55, 84 Riker, Carol C71 83 Risner, Esther C81 S5 Risner, Mark C111 46 Robertson, Judy C91 58, 60, 75, 87 Robinson, Ann C101 74, 89 Robinson, Carol C91 87 Robinson, Carl C111 40, 77, 91 Robinson, Marilyn C91 not pictured Robinson, Patrick C71 43, 49, 79 Robinson, Ruth C101 66, 89 Rockafellow, Keith C81 85 Rogers, Cheryl C71 83 Rogers, Darlene C71 83 I Rogers, Warren C101 4519'- Rolfe, Cindy C71 76, 83 f Roper, Pat C71 83 Root, Jack C91 61, 87 Root, Virginia C121 60, 71, 78, 94 Rossman, Gayle C71 76, 82 Rowe, Louise C121 60, 71, 75, 78, 79, 94 100, 103, 106 Rumrill, Judy C71 76, 83 Russell, David C81 S5 Russell, William C121 72, 101 Ryan, Mike C121 101 S Sackett, Bruce C81 43, 76, 85 Sage, Jeff C101 43, 89 Sanders, Homer C81 not pictured Sanders, Joyce C121 71, 101, 103, 106 Sanders, Marie C71 83 Sanders, Ralph C111 66, 74, 91 Sass, Barbara C111 91 Sass, Janice C81 84 Satterlee, Dennis C81 85 Satterlee, Joanne C71 83 Satterlee, Richard C81 not pictured Sawdy, DeLaura C111 not pictured Schad, Ron C111 44, 62, 72, 75, 77, 91 Schneider, Gene C81 85 Schwab, Karen C81 58, 85 Schwab, Floyd CTeacher1 31, 39, 40, 46, 51, 68 Schwartz, Carol C101 77, 89, 63 Seddon, William C71 83 Sexton, Barbara C81 55, 85 Sexton, Katharine C91 87 Shadduck, Lynn C81 85 Shadduck, Wanda C111 91, 75 Shanahan, Allen C91 87 Sheldon, Judy C81 76, 85 Sheldon, William CTeacher1 28, 52 Shepard, Ellen C91 not pictured Shepherd, Chris C121 61, 101 Shifkey, David C111 62 Shirley, Jay C111 40, 51, 68, 90 Sines, Garrett C71 49 Siple, DeWayne C71 83 Sisco, Carl C91 87 Sisco, LeRoy C111 75, 77, 91 Sizemore, Becky C121 72, 101 Skalljo, Karin C121 60, 69, 71, 101 Skinner, Chris C121 75, 78, 101 Skinner, Leota C111 60, 91 Slade, Marilynn C121 65, 78, 101 Slade, Mary C81 85 Slaught, Donaldene C91 not pictured Slentz, Patricia C71 83 Slone, Clinen C91 not pictured Smith, Carol C111 59, 72, 91 Smith, Carolyn C101 89 Smith, Charlene C91 87 Smith, Charlotte CSecretary1 21 Smith, Clark C111 91 Smith, Don C81 43, 85 Smith, Edward C121 66, 101 Smith, Keitha C101 76, 89 Smith, Larry C71 43, 49, 83 Smith, Radcliffe C101 45, 68, 89 Smith, Richard C91 52, 87 Smith, Sandra C101 77, 89 Smith, Shirley C111 66, 91 Smith, Stanley C91 43, 86 Smith S uzanne C91 60 75, 77, 87 Snell, Joanne CTeacher1 23, 60 Snow, Annette C101 89 Snow, Judy C91 not pictured Soldwish, Roy CTeacher1 24 Southwell, Ruth Ann C101 65, 75, 77,88 Spence, Scarlett C121 60, 102 Spencer, Tom C111 not pictured Sprague, Ann C71 82 Sprague, Jackie C91 55, 87 Sprague, James C121 52, 71, 74, 75, 98, 102, 1 Sprague 06 Jane C101 65, 77 Sprinkle, Linda C101 so, 75,77 Squires, Doris CSecretary1 21 Squires, JoAnn C101 89 Squires, Kathy C71 76, 83 Squires, Ruth Ann C111 75, 91 Staley, Jon C111 61 Stanley, David C71 83 Stanley, Stanley, Steadma Jackie'C91 87 Karen C121 66, 72, 102 n. Fred C121 102 Steadman, Samuel C71 83 Steele, Cyril C91 51 Steele, Daryl C101 89 Stephens, Robert C111 not pictured Sterling, Jackie C71 83 Stewart, Larry C111 91 Storey, Cheryl C101 60, 89 Strang, Neil C121 38, 40, 50, 68, 71, 96, 1 03,106 102, Strank, Gary C71 43, 83 Strank, Virginia C91 66, 87 Strouse, Nancy C121 66, 78, 102 Sunday, LeRoy C111 91 Sundermann, Jim C91 87 Sundermann, William C71 83 Sullivan, Vikki C101 89 Sutton, Alice C71 55, 83 Swaim, Charles C121 102 Swan, Harvey C81 43, 49, 85 Sweet, Vicki C101 77, 89 Swem, Mildred CTeacher1 31, 69, 103 Swift, Alma C81 85 Swift, Fred C101 48, 53, 75 Sylvester, James CTeacher1 29, 44, 62 T Taylor, Gary C71 83 Taylor. Roy C101 74, 89 Taylor, Sarah C101 60, 75, 77 Terwilliger, Tommy C81 76, 85 Thompson, Stella CTeacher1 33, 72, 86 Thomson, Larilee C81 76. 85 Toncray, Terry C71 76, 83 Tooker, Gerald C121 78, 102 Tooker, Ross C101 44, 48, 51, 89 Tracy, Sharon C81 79, 85 Trayer, Dawne C101 63, 75, 89 Trayler, Bernard C111 91 Traylor, Shirlene C71 83 Treadway, Sally C101 60, 79, 88 Treadwell, Connie C111 55, 73, 91 Treadwell, David C121 66, 100, 102 Trimble, Judy C71 55, 83 Troutner, Veda C71 83 Turner, Judy C81 84 Twichell, Janet C111 59, 72 Twichell, Neil C81 43, 49, 85 Twichell, Rex C121 39, 40, 102 U U'Ren, Janet C121 60, 102 V VanAken, Ruth Ann C101 60, 89 VanCleave, Mitchell C81 not picture V3glMCCT, Ray CTeacher1 31, 39, 40 8 Vanous, Alice C71 83 Varney, Sheila C111 10, 60, 91, 105 Vasquez, Loretta C71 83 Verette, Eugene CTeacher1,28, 90 Vincent, Reginald C111 61, 77, 91 W Wade, Alice C71 83 Wade, Judy C111 91 Wagner, Bonnie C71 79, 83 Waldron, Jim C111 91 Walworth, Lynn C71 76, 82 Ward, Kenneth C91 not pictured Warfield, Diane C91 87 Warfield. Martzarette C111 69. 91 Warfield, Terrie C91 55, 87 Warner, Bob C101 89 Warner, Mary C111 65, 91 Webb, Carol C101 60, 75, 77 Webb, Dennis C101 50 Webster, Brad C101 63, 89 Weenick, Sandra C101 89 West, Leonard C81 85 Wheeler, Ron C101 63, 89 White, Judy C121 100, 102, 105 White, Neola C91 60, 87 White, Roberta C101 77, 89 Whitehead, Zetta C71 76, 83 Whiting, Elaine C101 89 Whitlock, Wendell C111 62, 90 Whittum, Jim C71 43, 49, 83 Wilbur, Michael C71 43, 49, 83 Wilbur. 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