Fennville High School - Reflector Yearbook (Fennville, MI)

 - Class of 1959

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A . - U DEDICATION One of the greatest rewards of work1ng on the Reflector 13 to be able to dedicate your fork to soneore foo has elven ohelr tlme and effort 'or you, The Derson chosen tnls year to recel Je t 1 donor Fas lone wuch for tHe school Sne has raxmaved the aihlr-'rlc banrue s, tau bt stulerte to 'wake c erry T185 perfect enou h to 11111 tne county conteet, she ,ras ln 'mrogcots or 'ual e cookle for a blg Carce fe, t e reflector staff and studen s of 1950, dedlmte thls Reflector to Ars Futn knoll, mth ra vtude lor xll be Ha. done For Fennnlle Hlgh .achool Z z , . . . ," N 'L ' ' l f A . ' ' '- ifsl . .f. .. ,. . ' . , ,A . 4 t - F' . C . ' " ., E: ,' ' ' X, ' 1 ' charge of the fine horticultural Showg and has zdways been willing to lend her room for class L. ' .- C ' S ' 1 . , 1" E1 P , " 1, , ',' ' , '-T , , I ' Y ' I ff- ' a 5 . . S - ' " , BOARD OF EDUCATION .r Wayne Ioodbv, uun r ntendent, rh- 1.1w1n Johnson, Prfs1der1t, '-'Ir' lbert rane, Trustee, 'ir Pac ard Barron, 'Vreasurer 3 Y '. " -. -2 . ' W' ' , ' . . Q U -' v Q . L Q. .L ' 0 - .. . Mr. John Dunreuil, Secretargyg Mrs. Thelma Dickinson, Trusteeg A 'Q ' '. A , n 'J ' ' 4' , ,L . !1 ' 4 9 HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY Mr Wilham A Sexton Government. H S Principal Mr Wllliam Bunker Mr Daniel Kruger nrlisn and Hlstory Scigncg Coach Art and Enghsn if Mrs Irm Mr Samuel Morehead La+in, Spanlsh and Erwllsh JPOP Math Asslstant Coach coach 4 "Ers Faltn Hoi mn Mrs grace wal, F!:.o1o,y 1:13 A1 -bra Hmtozfy and Governmz-n+ H Q Nellie TPrLBr1nke "aro1 Jar' ma. in Ruth Knoll Comme'rciaJ Subgects uf"'1Q,Y'1'1 Matn and 1 P015 co'1o'1.r' Gleason Mr Roy Schueneman Agrlculture Band and Choru., 5 I Q x rib A l . , ,. . . fr' K A v ' ' 'lv Q n . J W - ' H - - . 2, - .l. S , ., .'.!'::. .4 .41 'R 4 . . . - , - . .. . . - , A .7 ,.. - JI ' ',. . LFE' -SEI . 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IJ 1 .Quo ., :P Puldeot marm'-"Q md We ewtlest 1'r2ar+." 11.1" a J"'W.RY FOOTE Base'-all 1 Jasbetkall 1,2,3,l1 Track 3,14 Jr. lay 'One cannot always b a nero, but one can alwa fs be a man." JOAN GARLE BONNI FQILTJY Cnorus Llbrarjy Qtaff 1' F.T.A, l,2,3 "I'm Ava:L1aolP." 10 "I"'l vet there .Lf ou g1V6 me tune." .T LE FTEHIT-If' ,. ... . . . lx 3.51 1, N L 5-.'.lf1:'-.-,.,!.1 Q o . L fm' ln' :Jw J1-.f1g,-J.. , 3 Sr. F V 'Q H lp-V0 .L '- F.T.A. ,2,3 L FMT. . 4 - . 3 .. , SE, 3 L Lxjbmq 'rfqr Cn, .. fr-. . F.P.13. 1 2,h T: 1' Zin-.fle 2,E,7' F.Lf..3.. vice Pres. L "T" - . ' f-. .:.,, A V 131016 "0-afsi T-I . 1' .. f. , ff N ,, ,- '1 . . , 1,-,h '7 . E Luis --- . ' " '3'ffFA" F',""I?'7 , .. 1, , TOQ, T 'I ' ' . Q :Hn ' "fi, JIYITVE " 'Tirt I' J: 7 -A-si. "- . ...JK -, 1i'J 21 .kr1rx',1:1 Ziff' 2. T.. j"q-5,3 -Ir 'lay Cnr , 'R .- fu A 14 3' 3 3" ' Trl- T'n'sa'-zTGe -,'1,'f 'hav-11 Iles NTFP", ' u -, v .. ,1 A 1 L' 4 Ak , ,-- ,I - N 1,, -'uf-471 ' P b ' 'Y ,,. .' .LN., 3 ' e lV"'K ' A. ', ' X . '-':1"i.. ig?"'.," L A " r! ' . Y ' ' 'A . .1 E Q " ' V I lose ale p at 1 Vw classes H JYANNF A1Y14GLON XVTD 11117 Otnal' n. h+, I make up fo1 lt 'D -rw- ot 1, Ref all 1 Wa wall F0171 Yoo ooo 21' CIP 1 vu oW1eW11t nnual Laff 3 P11 Pla e 11k S a raven were t vm Qand 3,h F fd Q1 h lmes 1 nIt's ood to learn :md 11119 " SHAPI 1EQdAWN Scottsolu'1 oklttens 2 Teen Cueens Rep 2 G1F1S' Glee Tr1p1e Trlo 2 Glrls' Glee s.C. Rep. 3,h Chorus 3,11 Glrls' Ensemble 3,h Qand 3,h Pep Wand h Prom Comm. 3 Annual Staff 3,b Paper Staff M nSweet of manner, of face, all her ways are full of grace.n Club 1,2 Llbrarlan dlvn School 1,2 fair the 38n10TS are the nest, 5 P11 P r dr n , uni e merfx Vo to onion 4 vo c 2 AUDREI HOHBS F.T.A. 1,2 31519 A,p, Club 1,2,3 F.H.A. 1,2,3 Glee Club 2 HI've heard lt sald that but I thlnk the Jlnlors have somethinv.U Av.,p. , A-. :4u.,J..,.. , Fo Nfl? 7,7,h ' Fas: ,'. -,7,?,L :nf T 7 'Q 1. ,, . 1, , ,n . . u U3 3,24 1- H 1 J,..1, I .A . Li F 'V 1 C'1,t ?,L Faskefbal. 31 rt F N In , n'FT Qt 3 A H. I fx. A , 4,3 Jr, sy 3 EF. f,' It WV, ' Q . girl A ,- . A?.. Ln' ','j"1j,g. fc " 1-'I 11' A .L,. A -.. ZS U A - ' ' n ' - , 3'. n F .,'YNm -.N.C. 1 - . K'g T' 1 ' A o CAQL 'A PTY ..4.A. l,2,L niet, i k : 5, . -J--. r 2 .' J ze , t- scMoo1.W . . 3 I .' . . . ., 1 1 A, . 1 - . " fi D.v. n MN A W L 'TTU nsenble 2, , wwmb 37 4 fmnu-u. .Jtafl Jr. Play 3 or Dlaw 1 A A Sc 1 'Perserv ran e U3lHS POJIILPLD l-e UI.:-Ze J, 3 1OI'U. T bla I nLau H ard t1e world lau Hs w1Lh ou.' LCV LCUDIN Raseball 2,3,h Football U Basketball 1,2,a,h Chorus 3,34 Sr. Play ll Jr. Dlay 3 Basketkall Court 2 WHe laughs bpst that told the 3oke.u nuucf 1 c her 'ack Qoows H 2 W PXUJBUQJ Saswetball 1,1,h Lracv mean 2,3,h Jr Pla! 3 Sr Plag h r U A Qnporter lg Band Jort Prom Wfhe your once four 'how ,orun lg bomn. 3 best wav to double morej 18 to fo1d lt and nut lt back 1n pockeo. 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DEWINV MORSW Football 1,2,3,lg Basketball l,2,3,l1 Qaseball 1 9,3,h Track 9,3 ohorus 3, T A 1,2,3,h Xnnual Qtaff 3,14 ulass Pres 1 'lass Trexs 2 S f' V106 Pres 3 " Re Double Quartet 3 'iasketball Goart 1,2,3 Football Court l,2,3,h V' T A Treas 3 "Little I care 1f little I am, I can do just as much as a blgger boy van." 3 SATLY OQQOQNE Jlrle' "homo 1 Q 13 ourt 1 I A A Jr P1a5 Comm, 3 ar Play omyr 14 "L:fe, L1herty, an the Pursuit of Fen " LEZHV 'WT L"'?, Hd 4,2 , 1' cl Pe Wand 2 "Tn l J fwfkllj as 0 w Q fx 'I Y . .4.1 Xf,1-. I.. . F' I J . 'T' 1 .T.A. 11 L I .4 l "' 'N V, 9 u Ln V 1- f Q .R A--' .1 ' , e e 3' .ff 2- . I 4' 1'. F' 1:7-7' V .. ... ....., . F Q v ,y 2 ' 'J .L L A f ,E ' .. - lf L w, ,4 , , ., I,- ik 1 1 - Q TV JJ? O 1 ' -1 . . r O' 'L- V L. - .-...... VD Ba - ' 1,3 'I' L1 .Z 3,4 l , ,ll , . .4.. C 1133 T! Sh-' 'wut tm! fl 1 I . . - ... . ,A . .I -4 - . . . 1' . . "" Q ,., J A. . u.. f' S . .Q A ' L Fo In 0 3,,-1 1 F.T. . 2 fl Q 0 . r Y A I L. R . H J A " . Q . . d 4... e , Q I . 1 QU! I F.T.A. S... p. h . 'I ' 1 .0 I I I HELPS sl ball l ,'4,h o Hall 3 0 r can 'l 9 2 cort 1,9,3 Ula " ll rear, 'neu dle nun T d0'1't feel ver' fell Js U' ' UJFN L LRC Inq 'D Football l," "T e less I learn les I Paz r fnker " .my LOU PAT'lIoON ls ?3 3.9 r'1OI"1S 9 3,l4 Jnrls' Lsemble 2 7 7 Court 2 Per-leader h Ann L11 staff' 3 h annual Pdlfor D 1-la ort S ow o Mana er M Paper 'ta.' b .933 "You are not f' lls, dresse un 11 ou wear' a smlle " KETWFTH R011 'SON Hort Show Comm la "A vcr' careful student, careful not to rack h1s bra1n." T'XC' 9 lm Panel' Q aff IL Annual s aff L " he can do almost ev IJT, 1115 but f-:ln 14 RITL R "FEMA Basketball 1 football l nom 3,74 JI Play 3 Sv Play h T F A "No woman w1ll ever boss 'le W 3 1' , 1 H .1 r.T.A. - L1 -, 2'oH.zAa., I1 ,I . ,, .- -. . 4 :bl A 4 9 . A,,, A V'vf . . . , . ,Y ns- - dn 1 N -, - ll ,r, J ir. a A i I. . .J -A lg 1' ' I '-J 4. 'E " 73" W1"Z V .11 v A . - .- , . E'.I.A, '!,l,,L . 3. Q . . . Ji. t' -9 'S .. He to evra.. . Til: Pr To :et - ,2 , Fw L v ,. ., - .. Mqc L Ll1,.C.x L,3,lI. H A 1 v -'rv . .. f . 3 - -. 1... .ek . ,. 'l.'3. QS . - fr. - J h H 3 - - ' :K is . , , , L ' v ' - A J Dbl ' rn fx 7 .. -. . k , -. .., 'J AS , . O , L-. . L H I CAL. ' 'Tl S.YI,,.ff.J w - A V,F.A, 2,,,h ,. H :.r'.A. 3 JP. V- J 3 Sr. Play U A, 'L. A . Z1 1' G' Er' .' U." 1 '1 ,. . . .. , S V . . .27 1 ' NJ Footnall 1 'l 'I 3 Pa,ehaJl l,' 'L' wo J olfe 1 oo sr1o1+ ' Pnl y P-AL Twr s 'L 1 0 7 TW - di. Parser F nm heal t 1 s wc nfl ar' , 1' ppt+p Y-1 r"f'C, 1 Q wr, J 'CWI DO TL q 1 W fi VP V1 V1 117' 'D all 11", I T4 'V I J. frm.. f NILIIAN TROMP Rand 1 F otball ?,3,7.1 Basketball 2,3,h 'Baseball 2,3,h 3a-xsketball Jourt 1,2,3 Football Court 3,h Football King ll Jr. Play 3 Sr. Play h Boys' State Rep. 3 Glass Vlce Pres. 1,h Chorus 3,11 Chorus Pres. h Annual Staff h " Jhy couldn't I have been 'horn rw ch lnstead of handsor-en" VARY TAN' VAW WWSu'N Wand 1 ? 7 Cfxorus ?:'1:l, onsezwlwle " '4 F.T F." WOT rx, F.'i.1k, Che "' 'W -aa Jr. Tr, JT, Qr. F1fe and 3 ! IDOQQDD Pres. h .A. Reporter 3 ' 3,11 .A-. A :Wu .n. Tong Leader 14 P1e .firmer 3,h . PGP, lg zlauf 3 -:lay rry Il: 'lavf Jo JU, Cor'-vu. Jug Band ? "Arm1n-4 the corner, success as wa1+1ng." 15 Student Ur. lg F1 D un 'kind 1 wr. ' efore u must a 'foal " uO'Y1m. I-1 ou can some lrst rave l:.ffF 1"Q.K" ':.1,i-rg, -fr. Tfl 2 313371 l," ,ff " P' EJ' lg P '- N '- v' 0 3 Fawn-A-a ' QQQI. T-To Sari 1,7 "TTT 'N -'T .TR ,N ,- ,. - 4, .. .,,-WIA .. ,,.. -- U' HH 2 3 Tlw L I' ffl," ' Fc "U" -- ' 1 :lf Liu-3 1' .1 Qlrls ..."'. l,9,y,.: w!', zu.-Q, .,0f'1.., Lg svlv F175 tc pc :Dogs jZ-"v7'1.','1t5'f 74 A Q -4: 5' 0.39.11 F T ' L A , imff U s s Annual Sta!! li 3 GJ, , .A :H -gn U V H A-Q, 'ut iii? '.1 XA ' , -.z'." i RA1ffi"'..' TILT. , , 1 Q, A K ' Aw:-9-4 'f , , , I 1 H 'L Uzfh . s A .V 1-1-f: S no ' 1 I . V. , 'f,AI,'IL NPQ'-ul 5 ' ' ,2 A 2 Play . 13 1- - A' Q- 5' ., u ' ' - A in 'K xxx:-,,.f'l'w' - , , 11 5 . .. , ' 'T H, . f. lg N 1 EDWIN NALKUR Baseball 1 Tracl 3,h Jr Play 3 sr Play M F F A 3 B B Manager D NThere 13 a foollsh corner even in the braln of a sage THOMAs WHITV Rand 1, h Sr Play M NIt 18 fun to study, I'1l bet U JANE WOODBY Band 1,2, , Cheerleader Class Sec 1 Class V1ce Pres F H A Pres 3 F H A T A Chorus 3,h Glrls' Ensemble 3,h 1,2,3, Glrls' State Re 3 C Sec Prom Comm 3 Jr Play 3 Sr Pla h Jr Play Committee 3 Cherry P1e dinner Queen's Court B B 1, Basketball Queen h Queen's Court F B 1,3,h B B Maid of Honor 3 Hort Show Asst Manager M Fennv1l1e Cherry Pie Queen one,n 16 VIRGINIA WALLS Chorus 1, T A Library 5 UI'm atur n very bashful W SHARON WRIGHP Class Pres 2 Class Treas 1 Band 1,2,3,h Jirl's Dance Band 1 Pep Band l,2,3,h Football Court 1 Basketball Court 1 r Pl h F H A S C Rep 2 Fir J t I B ttl B d 2 Prop Comm Sr Play M Bang SEE 3 O e an WA girl worth know1ng H Allegan G. Cherry Pie Queen 2,h HA 'Hi' and a 'Grln' for every ANITA WOLTE7 Class Sec 2 h Sr Pla b WHappiness is born share " A 2 F.-. . 3 h . ally 1, . I 2331A lil? . 143 5 F.H.A. h , , 3 h A A , h ' ' . 3 If I 3,21 ' F. . . 3,h . P. SCU! O 11 . ' P o . V 1,3 O O 2 S , , .ll 9. 'I 2,h HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1959 In 1955 seventy four young and lnexperienced freshmen entered the study hall as a part of hlgh school for the first t1me Before we could catch our breaths those wlsened sophomores really init1ated us Soon after we returned the compliment of the party we chose as our officers Den Morse President, Bill Tromp Vice President, Jane Woodby Secretary, Sharon Wright Treasurer, and Don Bruce Student Council Representative Finally after nine months of work and fun we wound up the year at our annual school plcnic held at County Park Refreshened after three months' vacation we returned w1th sixty seven members to that now familiar study hall, a little closer to our goal, graduation We chose our officers at the first of the year and started planning bake sales to raise money for our senlor trip Our officers were President Sharon Wr1ght, Vice President Don Bruce, Sec rotary Anita Wolters, Treasurer Denny Morse, and Student Councll Rep resentative Tom Phelps This year it was our turn to initiate those lowly freshmen and collect that return party Again the year flew by and before we were ready those semester tests popped up and we were again at County Park windlng up the year with a picnic Our number lncreased to slxty elght when we returned for our Junior year w1th our goal almost 1n our grasp We began making plans for sol ling Chr1stmas cards soon after choos1ng Don Bruce Pres1dent, Jane doodby Vice President, Anlta Wolters Secretary, Elizabeth Brink Treas urer, and Sharie Herhahn Student Counc1l Representatlve Thls year we finally received our class rlnvs, wh1ch o course were the very best Then our jUnl0T play, WThe Perfect Id1ot,W was recelved w1th h1 h suc cess Finally the moment we had all been waiting for the night of the Junlor Senior Prom We chose a nlghtclub theme and proudly rece1ved compliments for days Again semester tests and a picnlc at County Park, then vacation w1th the knowledge that the next graduation would be ours September rolled around quickly and fifty 81 ht senlors returned We had llttle tlme to thlnk of this being our last year because of magazlne sales, the senior play entltled, UThe Beauty and the Beef,n and the win nlng of the Al Van League Championshlp in football We elected as offi cers Don Bruce President, V1ce Presldent B111 Tromp, Secretary Anlta Wolters, Treasurer El1zabeth Brink, and Student Council Represontatlve Mary Jane Van Dussen After the wh1rl of Christmas we settled to the task of ra1s1ng money for our three day senlor trlp to Niagara Falls This year we gladly relented the task of g1v1ng the prom and just sat back to enjoy the fun Then comes the moment we've all been walting for baccalaureate and after four very short fun 'llled years of high school raduation We can hardly belleve it is we who are donnlng the robes and receivanv those very 1mportant diplomas Even afterwards we can look at those diplomas and know to our satisfactlon that our goal has been reached and we've earned the praise of, Wa Job well done n Joyce Flemang LJ C O O O D . 1 3 O : ' - . 1 I I I . .. . 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A S S W I We, the Senior Class of 1959, of Fennvllle High School, located between Lame M chivan and the Chesapeake and Oh1o tracks, Village of Fennvllle, County of Allegan, State of Mlchigan, Country of the Unlted States, Contlnent of North Amerlca, clalmlng to be of sound mlnd memory, do hereby declare our last will and testament SECTION I To Mr Wlllmam nI'll see you in the officen Sexton we w1ll a larger office and a rubber stamp to SlUH passes To Mr Roy WIet's give it a llttle more schmaltzn Schueneman we will a bandroom w1th soundproof walls and room enough to stand up To Mrs Ruth n1et's not comb our halr in heren Knoll we will an extra room to loan to club act1v1t1es and an annual winner in the county cherry ple contest To Mr Sam nGet off my backn Morehead we will another class of senlors to win contin ued victories in athlet1cs To Miss Nellle nReady, typen Ten Brlnke we w1ll a thermostat controlled room and five hundred typlng ribbons To Mr Dan HI don't feel like g1v1ng an E, but I willn Kruger we will a stralvht A chemistry class and a basketball team that averases 6'5 To Mr Ron NThat will be very nlcen Hesche we w1ll an underground tunnel from the high school to the shop bulldlng To Mrs Faith 'Let's remember trr posturen Hodgman we will a new Wflshn bowl and quiet radiators To Mrs Irma UNow, here's what I think about pollticsn Phelps we will more students with a true zeal for learning To Mrs Carol nBaben Jonathas we w1ll another interesting summer trip To M B1ll nSen1ors, put that basketball awavn Br1nker we w1ll another smash hit and another quiet group of seniors to worm w1th group of hard worxlng seniors for government class To M Dan WDream Boyu Stranbel we w1ll a new class of feminine admlrers m Mr B111 UTo be a good farmern Gleason we w1ll a farm to help 1n teachlng ag M s Maxlne HM Sexton wants to see youu Tromp we will a publlc address system for calllng students to the office Ellen 'Sweetness' Stover we w1ll any p1ns that have been left on the Home Ec room floor To Mr Cllfford WClickN Steanburg we w1ll a crate of Old Dutch Cleanser and a vacuum cleaner B111 WWon't lt ever stop snow1ng9' Slsson we w1ll an automatic snow welter for all the school steps and walks SECTION II the Jun1ors we w11l our ab1l1ty to come to class w1tn our lessors prepared the Sophomores we will our qulet class meetlngs the Freshmen we w1ll our abllity to act divnifled when the 0CC8S10H demands 18 C L L L . , , . . . . A A . - ll. 0 O I . ' I -., - To Mrs. Grace nLet's not have your test be a community projectn Walz we will another .0 , I ' ' . a To Q. A . . . . ' U L - Q To M s, ' ' ' ' . , To Mr. ' . ' ' . ' ' - -I To Q . . , . . . . , , , i ,. To . . . To . . D . . . In order to promote happiness and general welfare, the individual members of the Class '59 do hereby bestow the following bestowals Fern Allen, will a wig and a pair of ear straighteners to Mr Straubel. Alfredaa Berry, w1ll my locker to Darlene Gable J1m Bond, w1ll my parkmg spot on "Opportunity Hill" to Ray Modrak Ellzabeth Brlnk, w1ll ny shyness to Elaine Ingallinero Jim Brock, w1ll rrqr abillty to get alonff nth Mr Brlnker ln flrst hour study hall to anyone who can , Don Bruce, wlll nv vood Christmas vacatlon to Joel McKi.nnis , Janet Chappell, will my father's hearse to the v6Y1IIV1116 Publ1c Schools , Joe Collins, w1ll my height to anyone who ca.n remember to duck for low doors and low ceillngs , Connie Decker, w1ll my ab1l1'fj to not get grounded to Kay Rumsey and Sally Bush Martha DeLaLuz, w1l1 ny majorette boots to Donita Hagger Lyle earl, wlll nv football un1.t'orm to David Bal Joyce Flemlng, w1ll "Sus1e" to Nllke Phelps because she couldn't stand to play second chair Sharon Fleming, w1ll ny leotards to Marvretta Power because she loves them so Jerry Foote, w1ll nn height to Bill Nye so he can see over the bass drum Bonnle Frlley, w1ll ny ab1l1ty to handle a Volkswagen to anyone who dares to try Dave Hagger, w1ll my job at Dan's Shell Service to Douv Dornan when he is old enougn Dan Hammer, w1ll ny dr ving abillty to Mr Straubel Carl Harvey, w1ll my car to anyone who can keep motors in 1t. Shame Herhahn, will the fun I had the nlvht I got my black eye to my slster San Dee Audrey Hobbs, w1ll 1 day in the future to Ray vfodrak Robble Hogvard, w ll all of ITU flvhtlng energy to Phyllis Barber, if she thincs she can u Jerry Horvath, wlll evcrythmg I've got to anyone who wants :Lt JoAnn Hutchlns, w1l1 my figure to 'diss Ten Brlnke Roger Huyser, wlll nv car to anyone who can drlve 1t. Egger Landgburg, wall my abllity to run the 'nile to Glenn Atkins Iny Ioudln, w1l1 one towel to Dave Turner fo h s Senlor year ln athletics Jlor 1 1 h ne, w1ll all of ny problems to anyone who can solve them Faith Lopez, w1ll nv extra weight to 'Vhss Ten Brlnke Jwen Iynch, will nv trip to Ch1oago to Jess DeLaLu7 Maureen Marfla, will everythlng good from the Senlor Class to the Junlor Class 19 of , I, . I, . t . , , I, . . ,. A H H . I, . 5. A . . I, . . 0 1 . . . . . 4 I . D . g . I . ' I ' . .I . V '-' Q I . . . . I1 ' I, ' , I, " ' , ' e. I Id, . . ., . x . I, Q ' D . I, ' f , I, . . . . . 1 , . I, . 4 0 , . I, ' i ' . . I, Jeanne Harrington, will :ry chemistry book back to Mr. Kruger. I, , . A . I, . ,I . A I . I, . ' f . A' . I, ' . Vg i 'g. ' I .. se it. 1, , - - - . A I, . ' ' l ' . I, , ' ' ' I, ' ' ' ' In ' ' I i A ' ' ' I, r' if f, 0 ' , , 1 . I, , O A . . O I, P ' '- In ' 0 . ' ' i H . 1, In In In In Ia In 1 s number . Larry Miller, will my chair in band to Bob Bushee. Denny Morse, will ny height to Sally Green. Sally Osborne, will the night of January 27th to Nancy Johnson. Mary Lou Pattison, will nv ability to go farther than the Adorn Can to Jeanie Coffey Tom Phelps, will nv big feet to Dave Turner. Bill Renkema, will nv machine to Bruce Stevenson. Kenneth Robinson, will nv ability to finish school to Barbara Martin. Carolyn Shields, will my locker to Cordelia Winfrey as long as she can remember the Beverly Shumaker, will ny ability to be half way quiet in class to Susan Shumaker. Irene Sloan, will nw French horn back to the Frenchmen Rqmond Smith, will nv ability to get B's in Mr Morehead's class to Mike Zachary Laurie Spence, will nur year in Florida to anyone who wants it B111 Tromp, will my good nature during the May Festival and Christmas Programs Mr Sohueneman D Mary Jane Van Dussen, will nv briefcase to anyone who can lift it Edwin Wdlker, will my forgetfulness to anyone who has a good memory Virginia Halls, will ny p1 oblems to amrone who can solve them Thomas White, will my ability to vet along with beautiful girls to Ken Anita Wolters, will mr ability to understand shorthand to Linda Sisson Jane Woodby, will ny band uniform to the next person in line size wise Madejczyk SIGNED, SEAIJ D, and DECLAR D before us, by th Senior Class of 1959, on this thirty fifth day of May 1n the year of our Lord, three thousand four hundred and seventy two Attorneys Witn sses Real Cool Cats, Inc Charlie Brovm Zorro Secret Avent X Peter Gunn Methuselah Z0 In I, . I, . . . . . I, . . , ' In t I ' ' to 1 ' , In . n It V 1 0 If ' I o . 0 I, . . . It . e ,, -9 cfi to T1 fr Qefdcon, spew or, an Jme Van USSSH, S Herr sentatlve, 114 r , 'hoe Are ment, mmfx -Jolt r , vecv'eta:ry, .Jon Bruce, Drbsuient, Q foib dn, morsor Absent 1 abeth Wrlnkx, Tveasurer W POLICFWIAN DAN HAS RCB IN LOW Ca 11ke1y suspectfiy GOLLY1 THAT SENIOR PLAY HAS A GREAT SUCCESS! PARTY AFTER THE JUWIOR PLAV Z1 T ght. .', A .s 'J E, Q I., N. ,e - 3"'forr.p GST- -A .-:,' ' ' -wr ' Il". I. i74u .1 A ' : El'z. . , ' " ,, ,A , My Lf! xx 2 ggi ,L A , 2 , A. Q 3 m T milf ,ai W, 5 Q 'A fi .A ' Q 3 :u J- ,MQ ' A ru 2 ' lg " . 4 I .KY Ei . V' 4 1 1 .333 -4 . . LASD WMP AND wud BLST DR SS"D Fern Allen Snar1e 1erhahn CLASS COUPL., fOaT TAL NI'..D Joyce Flemlng "ary Jane Van Dussen Dan Hammer -'9-1'I'.V 'Tiller ZZ G f - "' ' E .m Don 3ruCe Denny Morse -p 1, - 1- -1 17- .. 2, ' I1 T 1' L O J , harle For mam ern Hun 1W romp A I105T POPULAR L F J Jane foodby arty Lou Pa+t1son 3111 Tromp Jcmrgy orse 23 .na--5 Gwen Glo Robbie it Sharon r1a Jeannie MOTHERS LITTLE Ani we some DARLINGS Jane "-:T-F Bonnie Irene 5 Sharle Z4 fartha 1. Virglnia Roz 1m Jerry MhryLou Janet I x 3 2 . ...S J iii ,T o.o . M ! E A 5 ' 4 rif e, vez ,.A' I gt A E ta ifo tiig D Q T if 4, of t x L LJ,- A EQQ5,q io, 7 I' - i . ' V 1. i T W AY , w K ,' ' ,H . .i 5 1 fl I o J. W . ,. E A ' To , . 4 ,o 3 J ,M - , na v og T, s J T n n V 1 i J 1' A 4 J, ri ' ' Joyce I BJ' X' .v Q, M Q f 35 4 w i: sg : pl : 1 fu - i" E , 1 L J 1 L , . Poor Sharon! So-o-o tired Sharon it B111 Beverly And Billie Boy--you were cute! 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'T " Lmda Lambert Mounty Young Ted Zacher Delores Zwaila l v bl .1 E X Q-Q pw 9,2 3 u:JL.L1l '..', .Q-. 1-1 ' Ox' 'ffl FRESYUEN INITIATION Row Row ow Row ow :1 la E hth Grade Folllns, J Bushee, J Johnson, J Barron, A Ensfield, B Gooding, D Shields, J Luna Thomas, C Flanners, T Martin, R Vanvoornees, H Ganales, J Watts, P Beagle Nye, C Mears, J Elder, D Landsburg, J Stover, J DeLaLuz, L Armstrong, J Burns, Shields, R Russell, J Dordan, R Thompson, D Dornan, D Nye, A Leach, G Robinson Smlth, T Pittsley, M Souders, G Harvey, B Strlcklin, K I mormlno, S Johnson Wolters, S King, R Hancock, F VonLonkuyzen, L Robinette, A Lucy, D McKellios foster, P Banmbach, J Wright J B1ll1nPs, U VonRe1tzenste1n, L VanOrder, G Blink S Bale, K Warren, C Thomann, J Tolhurst, L Dunn M Higg1ns M s Bruder, J Morse, S Higglns, C Severens, S Baker A Vlckery, L Jones, A Hobh S Meshkin L Mears, D Jones, E Nichols, J Barnes, M Bruder EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM Back Bow Roger Vanvoorhees, Bill Shields, Tom Martin, Bill Gooding, Jim Johnson, Jim Luna, Ron Collins, Coach Ron Hesohe Front Row Dare Lsndsburg, Ra Thompson, Mel Souders, Gerald Harvey, Tom Pittsley, Jim Barron, Gerald Robinson 38 9 D ,m,,.,......M -L 'W Q E ,,,..,.- - ...---'- !, E, . ,ff I , I-,UA ,,,..,. i ...nf I may . -,.,--a 4 -,.,....-AA I 1 , r i w 2 ' , s M E . 1 Q R vi 2 E i I Z 2 s 1 J Q ., 3 s E E I ks fi E i t oBoE BAND OFFICERS John Walker, Presldent Mary Ann Johnson, Librarian 'Sharon Fleming, Secretary Mlke Phelps, Vice President Sherren McA1laster, Librarian Janet Chappell, Treasurer Sharie Herhahn, S " Representatlve Jaclne Barron, Librar1an COLOR GUARD PERCUSSION Sherri Smith, Linda S1saon Rose Smith, Elaine haue Herhahn, Jern Phelps, mil Nye IUQSJ-1iU0I'0, Martha Eg011Q'al1t 40 ' ' "--S S 'S f er Mary Jane Van Duasen A 'UQ . . - . , CLARINETS Row 3 Donita. Hagver, Sandee Herhahn, Suzette Van Dussen, Sharon Fleming Row 2 Janne Barron, Patti llepp, Ella Bu hee, J anle Harrlngton, Nancy Harvlsh Row l Stanley Novak, Tom rfhite, John Walker, Loretta Stremler, Rosal1e Manthey DRUM MAJORETTE Martha DeLa.Luz CORNETS Row 2 Mary Ann Johnson, Sally Bush, Nancy Johnson, Larry Ihller, David Erleuem, Anna Mao Voss Row 1 Menu. Jun Dickinson, Bob Bushee, H11 Collins, Terry Wolters, Manon Bowman, Barry Gooding SAXOPHONES AND FRENCH HORNS Sandy Adklns, Donna Jean Hanson, Irene Sloan, Edith Foreman, Sandie Alexander Row 2 Mike Phelps, Janet Chappell, Joyce Fleming Row 1 Al Luna, Rozalind Burcar, Sharon Wnght Yllmousom-zs, BARITONES, mn 'ruBAs N : '- ' 1 41 Row h Row 3 Row 2 cw B Blanchard, C d1n.rey, R Rurcar, S Van Dussen, M Pattison, B Stevenson, D Bruce, Hammer, L Loudln, P doyt, T Wolters, A Voss, L S1SSOD, I Po r D De Anwells fhappell, De Zwaan, Hutchlns, Streml r, D Johnson, K Lvman, I Cotford, M Jan Dussen, T Gooding, B Tromp, D B1ll1ngs, Pandel, B Renkema, M Phelps, Tucker, J Konlnv, K Chatterson, S Herhahn I 3 3 walker, D Morse, D Hutch1ns, J Jones D Por+er, B Frlley, S Mc Allaster, 'F' Bmlflg, L Warner, S Smlth Joodbw, R Alexand r, M Power, G Lynch, B Fluornoy, D Woodby, H KHl'ht: Marfla, J walum, s Ale and-sr, B Shumaker, S Flemng, S Adkm, 5 'albfeavhv Flemlng, Mr Schueneman CHORUS OFFICERS Bill Tromp, President, Dan Hammer, S C Repre sentative, Dick Hutchlns, V1ce Presldent, Joyce Fleming, Treasurer Absent Cathy Corkill, Secretary 42 1 2 J, Q V . 0 ' a o n . e o . D, , , ' . f , J . . '. W . '. , 3 Jo -' o o , ' Q v . A . T - Q e K. . ' ' C. . . E. - . . ' , J. . M' . M .. : L. s S. Jennings, J. Muehlenbeck, M. Eglekraut, N. Johnson M. Johnson J. Brock Ju . e - o 1 0 , Q v1 0 I . a J. .1 ' . . . ' . R 12 J. 3 gr . F3 , , , u ' u 'Ie V- Q . 'Elf -f O o i ' I ' J L Ko - O l 8 FINALE SHERREN RECLIVING THE SOUSA BAND AWARD FROM MR SCWIVNEMAN DIYIELAND COMBO SAM ANCIN' D DOUBLE QUARTET 4 3 W i '95 F M E A ff f I S T Y l V A ,, ' lu L M cf A gf - UU3 : Back Raw Suzette Van Dussen Calternatel, Mary Lou Pattison, Linda Sisson, Janet Chappell, Judy Blanchard Calternatel, Mary Jane Van Dussen, llozalind Burcar, Diane DeAngelis, Jane Ann Konlng, Jane Power Calternatel, Sherren Mckllaster Front. Row Jane Woodby, Sharon Fleming, Joyce Fleming, Sharon Jennings, Ruthanna. Alexander, Margretta Power, Jo Ann Hutchins, Sharie Herhahn, Sandie Alexander ,, 5 WW N? BAND IN ACHON 44 e IRLS,12i3??ENSEMBLEPfn5fa9x5'F f N Q HERE hLf'1lAI,.' .5 .1 '2 ffl? 111 WSI G N V ' P, l W lil, V, A- L ,Ag ,3 ,1,,rLZf -9 Q I fi L-Z if LZ? ll- 52' tl lg' l el-"' L-ff H, uf' 'f L11 M aff' '-""' Lf' ! .rf I v H9 'L I u' I ' Xin NXXXXXXX IZ, f W W X X ,X- Z-Z4 ..f I E f Q Q' Wg! -X Q ..., T- R- . KX xfi x' SQ 'N-A., N., ANNUAL STAFF Standlng John Walton, Sally Green, Mrs Bruder, Sally Jo Galbreath, Sandie Alexander, Suzette Van Dussen, Shame Herhahn, John Walker, Sharon Flemlng, Ruthanna. Alexander, Dan Hammer, Joyce Flemlng, Bill Tramp, Den Morse Seated Carolyn Shields, Merrl Jim D1ck1nson, Sherren Mc Allaster, Mary Lou Pattvson a ine Barron, Jo Ann H11tCh1HS, Beverly Shumaker, Donnie J1m Dlcklnson Standing: Mr. Sexton, Beverly Shumaker, Sharon Jennings, Donna Jean Hanson, Cordelia Winfrey, Merri-Jim Diclclnson, Jane Power, Mary Ann Johnson Seated: Virginia Walla, Bonnie Friley, Joanna Plys, Sherren Mc Allaster, Jackie Paz-rm, Lucille Oatrcwski 47 FFA Row h Row 3 Sisson, P Blackbmum, J Starback, F Baumback, D Hanver, D Foedick, Foote, E OSDPOWSR1, C Harvey, B Renkema, J Bond, F Ostrowski Huyser, K Robinson Nye, Y Tiffanv, R Van Order, C Symington, J Danczyk, N Fisher Damanskas, D Mc Gee, R Larson, D Baobltt, G Atkin, K Lacy Manthey, N Frandsen, T Sh1elds, H Brink, C Miles, C Eastman, Mc Kelllps, R Geiselhart, S Prentice, S Novak, D Bale, R Woolf Green, D D1ck1nson, B Barnes, A VanLonkhuyzen, J Berry, J 9011135 Scott, J Earl, R Haves, C Vbert, B Hayes, Mr Gleason Earl, Vice Pres1dent, Bghckery, Treasurer Row ow Row ow 'ew 5 M Allen, J Chappell, B Friley, L Sisson, J Barron, C Shlelds, D Hanson, C Decker, L Pattison, C Haynes Vahrenwald, L Gr1en, D Skinner, S Green, M J Dickinson, L Strenler, J Blanchard Hutchinson, I Sloan VanLonkhuyzen, J F1em1ng, S MeAl1aster, M Jerue, K Rumsey, G lynch, V Walls, Lopez, M Johnson, N Harvish Foning, N Johnson, B Harvey, J Summers, E Foreman, H Sargent, V Johnson, J Woodby T Dickinson Morse, S C Representative, J Walker, Vice President, e Van Dussen, Treasurer, J Van Dussen, President, M Power, Secretary, J Hutchins,Scribe 48 e e o : Je e e o e Q., e J. . 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' n ' we ' FHA Row Lg L Ostrowsxci, S Beavlo, L warner, L Stremler, C Haynes, S Wngnt, A dolters, C Winfrey, J Vahremrald, P Knoll, A Voss, M Walls, S Oshorne Ro' 3 M 53-1'3eH+, G Lyncn, J Hutcnlns, C Roblnson, B Harvey, K Loud1n, G Dalton, J Murray: M Pattlsoll, 5 Rob1nson, L Divfe son, N Prentlce, S Bush HOW 2 MPS K11011, J W0Odby, B val-tm, L James, s Herm-mn, V J,,hnson, K chamm-son Row 1 Decker, N Johnson, Historian, M Van Dussen, Song leader, C Orzehoski, Pre Allen, Vice Pres , S Flemng, S C Rep., J Coffey, Sec , S Daleiden, Reporuer Grien, Pa.r1ia.mentar4 an, D Z 1a, Treas HI-CRIER STAFF S+9'wd:mg J Loxford, D Hagper, P Knoll, S Mc Allaster, J Walker, B Jones, S Van Dussen, J Blanchard, B Shumaker, C Winfrey, L Ostrowski, S Flemlng, F Allen, Hr Straubel Seated J Fleming, M L att1son, K Madejczyk, C Shlelds, S Herhahn, J Plys 49 O U . S. Adkin, K. aumsey, B. ildumoy, D: symingtofl, A. Smith,.O. Lopez ' F' ' : C, , - . . 3 . F' U. 0 . 4 0 ' Q 0' 0. L., L' -4- ' 0 D 0 BLA HIE T STUDENT NCIL atandlnv Dick Hutchins, Chuck Orzehoski, Sharie Her? ahn, Jim Lima, John Stover, Gene Luna, Donita Hagger, John Damanskas, Sharon Fleming, Bruce Stevenson, Marv Jane Van Dussen, Dan Hammer, Den Morse, Donnie Jun Dlckinson Sea ed Joyce Fleminv, Treas , Suzette Van Dussen, Vice Pres , Don Bruce, Pres Jane Woodby, Sec , Hr Sexton AT ANNUA1' NF NT PLAJVW D 'ZY THF S'I'ITDVNT COUN IL- YOTECOIIINGI THE BOWNlI" LASQPS OF THE QU'7EN'n COURT oU""TTf' VAN DUSOPN, MARGQ""I"T'A PONER JAN? JOODBV, ITANIF FOFPH JL DIRIT I QUEEN JOVCE, AND KING BILL TAKE A '30 'Y BUS DPIV'PS Q 519503 Pnnnva M JoHnsor grothv ,arWeo Pa11a ranm en ' ' ' v B Qiqsan, C Deck r, Q Good1n W g1SSO1, R.Westve1d, K Goodlrv, C Dmlth John Turxp Scramble onn Muenlenb P 'mll 315 o 1 rfoyd Jtp nourv C fl, Viz? fauZLX1l 11 Ckxo u,f3 S 'XO gfm J Lklell D D 51 I ,, , -. . L- .."'. J,T'1- , '. . '. CQJHS: U V A J. H 1 Q J is . W a . U . - ' 0 N ' 0 T- A a Q, .401 . . ,., , 0 45, , . , Lx' J ' . 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H3 A f- Q3 QB inf! 3 'I958 AL VAN CHAMPS 13 f W' Row 1 Carl Pandel, John Damanskas, Paul Hoyt, Dave Turner, Bill Tronp, Dan Hammer, Den Horse, Phil Collins, Hank Barnes, Lyle Earl Row 2 Coach Hesche, Ray Modrak, Tom Goodlng, Roger Tiffany, Jim Jones, Bruce Steven son, Charles Kwlatkowski, Rusty Radloff, Mike Phelps, Dick Hutchins, Coach Mo h ad Row 3 Maggggr Charles Symington, Bill Watts, Fhll Blackburn, Loy Loudu-, Ted Strnad, Al Johnson, Tom Phelps, Doug Billlngs, Keith DeZwa.an, Bob Rhodes, Dave Erle wed n, Laddie Mesyar Row P4 Bill Barnes, Lynn Rasmussen, Fred Weaver, Barry Gooding, Sherm Whitiker, Coach Kruger The 1958 FHS Football Blackhawks presented thelr local fans and fellow students w1th the schoo1's most successful football season 1n h1StOI'5 Coaches Sam lorehead and Ron Hesche along mth Co Captains Dan Hammer and D611 Morse flelded an exc t1ng, explos ve, hard flghtlng, deternuned team that all through the year showed a varlable effectlve offense and a stubborn defense that set a new low for polnts scored against them I The result was that football rarlty, an undefeated urt1ed season, the school flrst conference champmnshlp, and many 1nd vldual honors and awards as well as the proverblal thrllls and exnerience for future fans and p1a3 ers to recall Season honors were many Iyle Earl won Most Valuable Lineman Award Den Morse and Dan Hammer shared the Baclcfleld Award Den Morse, Dan Hamrner, Lyle Earl, Ray Modrak an Gene Luna were chosen for the A11 Conference Team B111 Tromp, Nike Phelps, John Damanskas, P1113 Blackburn, Carl Pandel, and Roger Tiffany made honorable ment1on Dan Hammer, Den horse, and Gene Luna were selected to the Holland Sentinnel Team On the second team were ircluded Carl Pandel, Ray Hodrak, John Damanskas, Phll Blackburn, and Roger Tiffany. Den horse and Gene Luna made honorable mentlon on the All State Team And perhaps one of the greatest honors to come to thas great team was the honor of Kavdng thelr head coach, Mr. Sam Morehead, named Coach of the Year in the Holland Sentinnel rea. The '58 Hawks set a stage and pattern for future teams to str1ve for. The '58 roster included a good corps of juniors and a fine all around grcun of sophomores. Several prom 1s1ng freshmen cause Co-Captalns Gene Luna and Roger Tlffany to feel they can lead the Black- hawks to 9- "F1fle '59." Fennville 13 :ioplcms 7 Fennville 25 Martln U Fennville 37 Bloomlngdale 6 Fennvllle 7 Lawton 6 Fennvdlle 26 Lawrence 114 Fennvdlle 6 Gobles 0 Fennvllle 13 Lawrence 0 54 Q 2' 'Kew-o f A A MJ 7 Wfgsrg 'Q it 158, W Q S 52 stn' , Q S9 U 227 H ' - A ' . s - ' " . D . ' , 4 KW far M4 3, .4 COACH MORE!-V'AD TALKIN OVW? A NWN PLAY 'ra' 7RAINo Q mu om SMOOTH Hmmm COACHES MOBY"-FAD, xmucrn, AND H'scHE FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE TEAM Row 3: Lowell Winne, Jerry Colllns, Lynn Rasmussen, Russel Scott, David Estlow Row 2: David Bale, Jim Earl, B111 Barnes, Sharm Whitaker, A1 Luna, Coach Kruger Row 1: Mike Knight, John Walton, Donnie Dickinson, Mike Marfia, Barry Goodlng, Dave woodby 55 . ,P 1 s. M ' W, Q 4 .AWD Q3 . I .W ' 7 v ' g' . K .Q - If F . . 1, . G r,. .. A WITH CO-CAPTAINS DEN HORSE AND DAN HA!-PER rl Cf. EM '24 f ' 13? f ' . 1' .J Tulsa 2 Ver V119 JODYLPS efv- fm.. T K' i ,f 1 'X 'Vhe 1955 f e nw Ne 'ilaclhawl' cc 1 leted basketball seasor' 'ltr a 12 6 over all re co Q They, fm s'xed the eqfzor- 1:1 second place nw me A1 Yan leafue w1+b a 12 2 le xrue marlf Thls :Ls tHe best led ue record a Fe xmnll vars C3 ccvrplleo smo PW t also ranks wlth ovo al 5 1 C o crf ol tue' aqt yea' Fcrrville I'CIIV'11P For x 119 FN V1.1-WP Ifhrmnjle Porfmvllle I '1 9 Pcrrvllle Verrvllle For volle F xVl1l6 F1 X Ile Fe, .1 v 11 Peulvlile e For wills K Ca ratucl Cox evt cole avrton R .Q Frlstlqr artln uiscmflle U 'I co rfdile 1 ucl Povert 0316 Lawton 'wrtln T awrpnce El c mlnvdale Bangor jul F3 T QT!-2 fo P o, .g 3 X f , 2. 1' 5 2 ' '57, if 1' f 2 , , 44? j lg, gk 'V ' I .YQDX A ff! y , . . f N .. 4 . 2 3, V 2 N 4 ' AN 4, X ow - ,Win f 1 Il 2 , 5 4 4 fx-7 ' f L ' .X X X 'e Xa Fi H 9 v u F Fi 49 fo 5' 2 2 V X 1, YL.,, f 34 ' - - h-,Q F n 'il 2 1. .5 rr: - Q 'Meir ' . h - .w . v- -' - " - JE- .-Y - .Jf 2 ' L. kv A N my EIS., " ' A ie 1 - I A e ' - 2 , g the 'rest r- 1 sfeszm rw ,TS ' I , , , z- , 2 x , - 31 L , 51? f. 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I L , 5 , ff' in v'-V ,Y I 'JE - I Q 1 E 1 2 H Sta. d nv Edwin 'wlalke , Varat r, "nr1s Jon Lom-'u.yzen, Dan Hammer, Loy Lnudm, Joe 011 ns, Jervy roote, Gene Luna, Tom Uhef' os, Coacn Dan Krur' I' Kneeling, Carl Pa.nde', Ph1'L Colllns, Tom Goori mv, Denny Mo se, B111 Tr-omp, Ro e Larmdsbarv, Dave Turner TAKING f'ARr:. OF THE HAWKS' NMI UNIFORVIS NAS ONIE OF TFL TIANY JOBS P RFORMBD 'SY hDrJ"' N WALKER COAMI KRUGAR DIAL RANING A PLAY WITH HIS STARTIM3 S VW Tom Phelps, Co-eap't Denny Morse, Dan Hammer, Dave Turner, Joe Colllns, Co ea.p't Gene Luna, a.nd Low Loudln 57 A X . . . . T , . - ,. nic: . r...'ge'., . L ' ,O L - A 1 .4 . 4, 3.1.1 Q3 -rg . ' ' 4 , A vw 1 ' rr 7' v , . , , . -MJ . . . . 3 - Q '1 1 'W ,, .1 . 4 -. 4 A .Ll A' 5. - , .J 4. .- - 1 Q u. " r L .hx I1 . . .. . . . . ,, . -. . 1 . I Row 1 Coach Morehead, D Erlewein, D Hutchins, K Dezwaan, J Damanskas, T Strnad, B Stevenson, H Barnes, R Chase, B Watts, P 'bK1Il!liS Row 2 D Dicldnaon, J Walton, J Jones, B Rhodes, A Vonbonkhmmzen, A Luna, L Winne, D Whitman, B Gooding, M Knight M Marfia. AL-VAN RESERVE TEAM CO-CHAMPS! The 1958 S9 edition of Junior Blackhawks of FHS rewrote all the Reserve Tean record books during the past season Coach Sam Morehead's Little Hawks were an aggressive, hustling, well organized, and determined squad throughout every contest. The team set new offensive and de 'ensive records for FHS reserve teams, brought the school its first Reserve Championship, and posted the wmningest record of any FHS team an excellent 15 2 Throughout the year the Little Hawks presented an air tlght defense and an ezncltlng hustling offense that brought them a lot of success and a large following KEY PERSONNEL TALKING OVER A FUTURE PLA! NITE COACH HOREHEAD Donn1e Jim Dickinson, Chuck Kwmatkowski, Bruce Stevenson, Ted Strnad who moved to the varsity 1n mid season, Co-oa.p't John Damanskas, Paul lkzlhnnis, and Co-Ca.p't Keith DeZwaa:n 58 Row 3: Bzwadsworth, 'T.Al1en, L:Mesyar, J.Mi1es, C.Mi1es, M.Doggendorf, D.Woodby, mls .1-I Jax. i. ' 'W as "iff iv'! f X 83 1 '7. if W 'lv BLACKHAWKS HETAIN AL-VAN BASEBALL CRCMN IN 1958 when the dust of the 1958 dlamond activitles had settled the Blackhawks had driven themselves past the pltfalls of :Lnexperience by mustering together maximum effort by each player, experience ained from a. summer of Leglon Baseball, and the famous Hawk spirit The results were as follows 1JUnprecedented 3rd stralght League Championship, f2lRa.n string to 22 league trlumphs, f3JSet all the Al Van Offense Records anew Cl0Comniled an enviable 9 won 2 lost record In the season opener agalnst A1 egan the Hawks tasted a 5 3 defeat The second game saw the local lads unleash all their power sgalnst Hopkins by a. 12-0 count They finished their pre conference schedule w1th a tension packed 1-O victory over Holland Christian. From there the Hawks reglstered seven straight conference wins 18 2 over Lawrence, Bloomlngdale by 12 lg, a I'11ghtm3I'1Sh 27 20 nctory over Saugatuck, 19 1 conquest of Covert, well played 8 O win over Gobles, convincing 13 1 triumph over challenger Lawton, and a 28-0 win over weak Martin The Blackhawks lost a list less contest to Holland Chrlstian 7 2 as the season ended Honors for the team went to Betting Champ Gene Luna., Most Valuable Plqfer Captain Jack Barnes, RBI Leaders Catcher Dan Hammer and Rightfielder Lyle Earl, Captain Elect for 19149 Den Morse who won runs and ties on base honorsg leading pitcher :Ln victory column Gene Luna, and Laddie Mesyar who won 11 and lost none as a freshman Throughout the season defensive play was sparked by 3rd Basemen Bill Tromp and Bob Barnes, and Centerfielder Eric Phelps Other good steady performers for the champs were Loy Loudin 2nd Base, Carl Pandel and Dave Turner at lst Base, Hank Barnes Right field, plus the Hawks' game-saving pinch hitter, Rey Modrak. 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