Fremont High School - Mogul Yearbook (Fremont, MI)
- Class of 1949
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The SENIOR CLASS of 1949
FREMONT HIGH SCHOOL
We, fhe Seniors of '49, gra+efully dedicaie +his edifion of fhe Mogul io Miss Irma Bender, as a fribufe
+o one of Fremon'r's ou+s+anding +eachers, whom we have had +he privilege of knowing from our iirsf relaiion-
ship wi+h F. H. S.
We shall never forgef 'ihe quiei' ways in which she assisied us wifhoui' ever +hinlring of personal glorifica-
fion and always wiih 'Phe welfare of her s+uden+s, her u+mos+ considerafion. As we leave ihis school, we feel
in our heads a greai loss, for as we gradua+e we will lose confacf wi+h her immediafe and compefenf advice.
So 'rhen --for cons+an+ dedicaiion fo du+y, undersianding, leadership and example of fhe highesi' 'iype in
all phases of scholasiic endeavor, ihe Senior class wishes 'io express sincere appreciaiion and say "Thank
you, Miss Bender."
THE FREMONT BOARD OF EDUCATION
R. O. STALEY ........... PRESIDENT
ERWIN TINNEY ..... . VICE-PRESIDENT
HERMAN SCHUITEMAN . . . SECRETARY
LESTER JANES .... . TREASURER
D. D. PIKAART . . . . TRUSTEE
The sfrengfh and progressive spiril of a school syslem is clefermined, firsf of all,
by fhe caliber of ils direcfors. Fremonl High School is parficularly honored in fhis
respect The high sfanding and lreen in+eres+ of +he members of 'rhe school board
confribule largely +o lhe success of our school.
Pleesani' memories of our school days are made pos-
sible 'rhrough +his annual. Members of +he I949 senior
class have given unselfishly of fheir energies, ihoughfs,
and lime io make ihis an oufsianding Mogul. May fhe
fruifs of 'rheir efFor+s be fond recollecfions for all of us.
Elwyn R. Dell.
As lime goes by if seems fha? fhe challenge to young people becomes ever
greafer. ln fhe class of I949 fhere are many who will accepf lhe challenge lo help
build a beH'er world communi+y. ln doing +his 'rhey will sfrive +o promulgale +he good.
fhe clean and 'lhe worfh-while 'lhings in life. Furfhermore, +hey will be inleresfed in
fhe amouni of service 'lhey can be fo olhers. In fheir minds will always be +he ques-
fion, "Wha1' can l do in my job 'lo bring abou+ grea+er comforf and more happiness
lo mankind?" We sincerely hope 'lhal' 'I'he experiences gained during 'rhe school
career will be a sfarf 'lowards fhe building of a fuller and nobler life.
Aler+, friendly, effici-
eni, and cooperaiive,
Mrs. Curren daily
renders many valuable
services +o assisf in fhe
carrying ou'r of admin-
isiraiive funciions. Mrs.
Curren has held ihis
posi+ion as Secreiary
+o Superiniendeni for
ihe pas? nine+een years
and we are grafeful fo her for her willing help and would lilce especially Io express a hearffeli +hanlxs
for helping us wiih our Mogul accounis in addiiion io her own varied and numerous dufies.
LEARNING BY DOING
TI-IERE'S NO FRIGATE
LIKE A BOOK TO TAKE
US LANDS AWAY
DONALD AIKEN, "Don"
"Half Irish, half Indian, half
Foofball, 4 years: Honor Banquef, 4
years: Noon Hour Basketball, I year:
Sophomore Secretary: Sr. Band, 4 years:
Orchestra, I year: Choir, 4 years:
Cheerleading, 2 years: Chairman of Jr.-
Sr. Banquefg Jr. Play: Chairman of '48
Carnival: Sea Scoufs, 2 years: Dramalics
Club, I ear: Slage Manager of Drama-
Iics Club: Tennis, I year: Winner of
Hospital Essay Coniesr '48:, "F" Club, I
year: Pep Band, 2 years: Chairman of
Ways and Means of Sr. Class.
DANIEL nAcoN, "Lighfnin"
"I've often wondered wha! kind
of a woman Pd have been."
Fooiball, 4 years: Baskefball, 3 years:
Honor Banquet 2 years: Jr. Play lsound
effecfsl: "F" Club, I year.
HARRIETT BETTEN, "Bel"
"Little I ask, my wants are few."
Pep Club, I year: FBLA, I year: Jr.
JOSEPH BROOKS, "Joe"
"His only labor is to kill lime."
January '49 sludenl.
JOYCE CAHILL, "JO"
"She loves but one, she loves
From Lakeview High School '-16: Pep
Club, 3 ears: Presidenl of Sports Club,
I year: Cheerleader, I year: Sophomore
Vice-Presidenr: Jr.-Sr. Banquet "cast"
LORALYN ANWAY, "Lor"
"Tbe harder I hy la be good
the worse I am."
Sr. Band, V, year: Sr. Choir, 4V3 years:
Honor Banauef, 4 years, DDT, I year:
Mogul Sfa : Dramaiics Club, I year:
Cheerleader, 4 years: Pep Club, 4 years:
Siudenf Council, 3 years: GAA, ldear:
Jr.-Sr. Banquei "casI": Ways and eanx
of Sr. Class.
MAXINE BARNHARD, "Mal"
"Few worris are ber molto.
Pap Club, I year: FBLA, I year: FHA,
FANNIEMARIE BRINKMAN, "Marie"
"To know how lo hide one's
ability is a great skill."
Pep Club, 3 years: Dramarics Club, I
yaar: Honor Banquet, 2 years.
JEAN BULTMAN, "Jeannie"
"The later I get to school in the
morning the shorter the rlayf,
FHA, I year: Pep Club, 3 years: Noon
Day Baskelball, 2 years: Honor Banquel,
ROBERT CARIINE, "Bullhead"
"His work is equal lo his size."
FFA, 3 years: Foolball, 3 years: Movie
Proiedor, I year: FFA Baskelball, 2
DOROTHY CARLSON, "Dol"
"Sun-kissed, moon-kissed, nuf
Pep Club, 4 years: Pep Club Council,
I year: Packer Tales Slaff: Mogul Slalf:
Mariners, I year: Honor Barquel, I
year: GAA, I year: Dramalics Club, I
year' Girl Scoufs, I year: Jr.-Sr. Ban-
PATRICIA CONKLIN, "Pal"
"All the world's a siage and
l'm doing my part by acting
Girl Scoufs, 4 years: Mariners I year:
Pep Club, 4 years: Pep Club Rice- res.,
I year: Sludenl' Council, I year: Sr.
Choir, 4 years: Sr. Band, 4 years: Pep
Band, 4 gars: Jr. Play: Honor Banquet,
3 years: ramalics Club, I year: Packer
'Ia es Stall: GAA, l year: Jr.-Sr. Ban-
quel "cesl': Mogul Sfaff.
MARJORIE CORNWALL, "Marge"
"I was innocent myself once,
bu! I live and learn."
Pep Club, 3 years: Honor Banquel, I
year: Freshman Vice-Presidenl: Language
Club, I year: Jr.-Sr. Banquef "cast"
LILLIAN CRAWFORD, "Bud"
"Quz'slions don? bother me, il's
Campfire, I year: FHA, I year: Pep
Club, 4 years: Snack Bar, l year.
LOU ANN DAHNKE, "Louie"
"TlJ911glJ lbr' job br large' or
small, shi' does it url! or no! at
From Hesperia High School '47: Jr.
Play: Honor Ban uel: FHA, 2 years:
Snack Bar: Packer qlales Staff: Pep Club,
2 years. '
ROBERT CHURCH, "Bob"
"His fcnrlenry is lo keep quiel
u'ln'n all the rcs! are olberwisef'
FFA, 3 years: FFA Baslrelball, 3 years:
MARY LOU COOK, "Cookie"
"Her ln-art is like lbs moon,
tlJcrc's a man iii il."
Cheerleader, 4 years: Pep Club, 4 years:
Honor Banquef, 4 years: Dramalics
Club, Sr. Bend, I year' Orchesfra, 2
years: GAA, I year: Girl Scouts, 2
years: Jr. Play IPromplarJ: Sr. Choir, I
year: Jr.-Sr. Banqusl "cash"
CARA LEE COWLEY, "Oueenie"
"She looks quid - - but!"
Pep Club, 4 years: Dramafics Club, I
year: GAA, I year.
PATSY CRAWFORD, "Pal"
"Her vigor flows like the tidrs
drawn by Ibn moon." '
Campfire, I year: DDT, I year: Pep
Club, 3 years: Science Club, l year:
FHA, I year.
DONNA DAVIS, "Danny"
"To be busy is a modes! maid's
Pep Club, 2 years: FBLA, I year: Re-
porlar of FBLA: Honor Banquel, I year.
FRED DAWE, "Red"
"Why study? The more we
study the more there is to for-
Track, 3 years: Football, I year: Jr.
Play: Dramalics Club, I year: Honor
Banquel, 3 years: Inrramural Track, 2
years, Mogul Sraff, Jr.-Sr. Banque?
RAYMOND DERBY, "Ray"
"He turns his back an girls, and
then runs backwards."
Sr. Choir, 2 years: Sr. Band, 2 years:
Honor Banquel, I ner: Jr.fSr. Banquef:
Jr. Band, I year: ogul Siaff: Hanger
Talk Club, I year: Pep Bend. 1 YNYSZ
Boy Scoufs, 2 years: Sea Scouls, 2 years.
WILLIAM DIETZ, Jr., "Bill"
"SChoaI was just like home, he
was never there."
Noon Hour Baskefball, 2 years: Noon
Hour Softball, I year: Noon Hour Vol-
leyball, I year: Honor Banquel, 2 years.
VIOLA DROST, "Vi"
"Oh, mind of mine, where are
Pep Club, 4 years: Glee Club, I year:
FBLA, I year.
DAVID EURICH, "Dave"
"He stays up nights trying to
figure out how he can get more
From Carl Schurz High School '48: Fool-
ball, I year: lraclc, I year: "F" Club, I
year: Honor Banquet, I year: January
JOYCE DEMARS, "SINGH"
"Nothing is more useless than
Pep Club, 4 years: Orchestra, 2 years'
Honor Banquef, 2 years: Jr. Play: Mogul
Slaff: Dramalics Club, I year.
KENNETH DEUR, "KOH"
"Give me my diploma and you
give me liberty."
Physics Club, I year: Noon Hour Soff-
ball, l year: Noon Hour Volleyball, 2
years: Honor Banquel, I year.
THERESA DORE, "Tessie"
"The way to a man's heart is
through his stomafhf'
Pep Club, 4 years: Glee Club, I year:
FBLA, I year.
JOAN EGIERT, "Pug"
"Life was made to ln' enjoyed.
Oh, don't I know il."
Pep Club, 2 years: Sr. Choir, V3 year:
Knlflinq Club, I year.
PHILIP FILIPIAK, "Phil"
"Friends, Romans, and Country-
men, lend me your girls."
Packer Tales Sfaff: Sr. Choir, 4 years:
Jr. Play: Honor Banquet, 2 years: Sr.
Band, 2 years: Orcheslra, 2 years: FFA,
2 years: FFA President: Mogul Staff'
Jr.-Sr. Banquel "cast"
"She is herself, that is enough."
Pep Club, 3 years: FHA, I year: Sports
Club, I year.
"I'm willing to be eonvineed,
but I'd like to see someone try
Sr. Band, 3 years: Jr. Band, I year:
Honor Banquet, I year: Jr. Play: Jr.-Sr.
Banquet: Dramatics, Club, I year: Chief
Elezzftrician of Dramatics Club: Mogul
DELORES HARTMAN, "Dee"
"She will go far in her chosen
From Arthur Hill High School '48:
Debate Club, I year: Packer Tales Staff:
GRACE HENDRIE, "Nicky"
"Brown eyes that are never blue."
Science Club, I year: Camera Club, I
year: Jr. Play: Pep Club, 3 years: GAA,
2 years. '
FRED HOLMES, "Ferd"
"All great men were small,
Caesar, Napoleon, and me."
From Muskegon '46: Football, 3 years:
Basketball, 3 years: Track 3 ears: FFA,
I year: Packer Tales Stall: klogul Staff:
Honor Banquet, 3 years: Sr. Class Vice-
President: Jr.-Sr. Banquet "cast": "F"
Club, I year: Student Council, I year.
MARIANNE GEERLINGS, "Mari"
"Looks like an angel, acts like
one too, but you never can tell
what an angel will do."
Sr. Band, 5 years: Band Secretary '48
'49: Honor Banquet, 3 years: Jr. Vice-
President: Sr. Treasurer: Pep Club, 4
years: Pep Club President '48, '49: Sr.
Choir, 4 years: Jr. Play: Pep Band,.4
years: Dramatlcs Club, I year: Girl
Scouts, 4 years: Mariners, I year: Carni-
val Queen, '47: Jr.-Sr. Banouet: 2nd
Prize Essay Contest: Sophomore
BETTY LOU HALL, "Defi"
"I never let studies interfere
with my education."
Girl Scouts, 4 years: Pap Club, 3 years:
Mariners, I year: GAA, 2 years: Stu-
dent Council, I year: Sports Club, I
year: Snack Bar, I year.
MARILYN HENDRICKSON, "Mem"
"Partly sense, partly wisdom,
but mostly humor."
Honor Banquet, 4 years: Sr. Band, 4
years: Band President '48, '49: Pep
Band, 2 years: Orchestra, I year: Dra-
matics Club, I year: Pep Club, 4 years:
Jr.-Sr. Class Secretary: Mogul Staff:
Assistant Editor of Packer Tales: Jr.
Play: Student Council, I year: GAA, I
year: Jr.-Sr., Banquet.
DULORES HILTON, "Del"
"I didn't come to srhool to
Pep Club, 2 years: Camp Fire Girls, I
year: Needleworkers Club, I year.
EARL JOHNSON, "Pete"
"Everyone who does his best is
Track, 2 years: FFA, 3 years: Football,
3 years: Honor Banquet, 4 years: FFA
Basketball Captain: January, '50 Student.
ROBERT JONES, "Bob"
"A happy man possesses a king-
Football, I year: Honor Banquel, 2
"You think she's quiet it's true,
but you don't know her as
Pep Club, 4 years: FHA, 2 years: Honor
Banquel, 2 years: Snack Bar, I year.
ALVIN KEMPF, "Duck"
"Silence is golden, hut we're of
the gold standard."
FFA, 3 years: Movie Proiecfor, I year:
FFA Baskelball, I year.
"Life as a whole is pretty good."
Pep Club, 3 years: Girl Scouts, 4 years:
Needle workers Club, I year.
"Pm not lazy, just in love with
FBLA, I year: Girl Scouts: Pep Club.
EDNA JORDAN, "Jeannie"
"High schools have their delight,
but they can't compare with
high school nights."
Pep Club, 2 years: Dramatic: Club, I
year: Sr. Choir, V3 year: Honor Banquef,
l year: Noon Hour Baskefball, I year.
RAYMOND xemmsauns, "Rey"
"He's so hright everyone falls
WILLIAM KEMPF, "Elbie"
"For him every day is ladies'
Foolball, 4 years: Baslrelball, 4 years:
Track, 2 years: Tennis, I year: Honor
Ban uel, 4 years' Ouarfel, 3 years: Sr.
Bang, 4 years: Orchestra, 2 years: Sr.
Choir, 5 years: Jr. Play: Jr.-Sr. Banquet
"cas?": Boy Scoufs, 3 years: Sea Scouh,
2 years: Jr. Class Presidenf: "F" Club,
I year: Drarnafics Club, I ear: Sludenl
Council, 2 years: Sfudenf Council Vice-
Presidenl: Football Co-captain: Basket-
MARY KIESTER, "Micky"
"Sometimes quiet, sometimes
shy, but the rest of the lime,
Girl Scouts, 2 years: Mariners, I year:
GAA, I year: Honor Banquet, 2 years:
Pep Club, 4 years: Dramafics Club, l
year: Jr. Play: Mog'ul Sfafl: Sr. Choir,
"A quiet girl with many friends."
Pep Club, 2 years: FHA, I year: FBLA,
BARBARA KLONT, "Barb"
"What, no boys in heaven?
Then just leave me here."
Pep Club, 2 years: Dramatics Club, I
"Who wants to study when I'm
FFA, 3 years: FFA Reporter: FFA Treas-
urer: FFA Basketball, 3 years: Proiec-
tors Club, I year: Student Council, I
year: Jr. Play: PA System, 3 years:
Honor Banquet, 3 years: Movie Pro-
iector Operator, 4 years.
LORRAINE LANCIAUX "Touts"
"Such individuality must eer-
tainly he rewarded."
Pep Club, 4 years: Glee Club, I year:
FBLA, l year: Honor Banquet, I year.
JOYCE LINSDEY, "Swanie"
"Thr're's a misrhimfous twinkle
in her eye.!"
From Summitville '47: Pep Club, ZV1
years: Choir, ZV1 years: Orchestra, I
Rear: FHA, I year: FHA President, FHA
egional Son? Leader: Jr. Play: Dra-
matics Club, year: Make-up Chairman
of Dramatics Club: Honor Banquet, 3
years: Jr.-Sr. Banquet "cast": Editor ol
Mogul: Ways and Means Committee of
ALVEDOR LUCHIES, "Al"
"Whc'n'vrr she finds herself in
life shz"ll get along."
Pep Club, 2 years: FHA, l year: FBLA,
I year: FBLA President: Honor Banquet,
ALAN KREPS, "Al"
"The athlete, the student, the
Football, 4 years: Football Captain '48,
'49: Basketball, 4 years: Track, 3 years:
Honor Banquet, 4 years: Student Coun-
cil, 4 years: Vice-President '48, '49:
Mogul Stafl: Orchestra, 4 years: Choir,
3 years: Jr.-Sr. Banquet: Freshman
Secretary: Sophomore President: Sr.
President: "F" Club, I year: President
ot "F" Club: Sea Scouts, 2 years: Jr.
Play: Boy Scouts, 2 years.
BARBARA LAMBERS, "Barb"
"The secret of suceess is the
constancy of purpose."
From Hesperia '48: FHA, 2 years: Choir,
IVI years: Snack Bar, I year.
RODGER LARSON, "Larson"
"Ah, life! Without it you are
Sr. Band, 4 years: Sr. Cholr, 2 years:
Pep Band, I year: Physics Club, I year:
Honor Banquet, 2 years.
WILLIAM LUBKE, "BiII"
"Oh, the need of the world for
risen like me."
Student Council, 3 years: Student Coun-
cil Treasurer: Student Council President:
Freshman President: Jr. Treasurer: Jr.
Play: Basketball, 4 years: Assistant Edi-
tor ot Mogul: Honor Banquet, 4 years:
Choir, 4 years: Physics Club, I year:
Jr.-Sr. Banquet: Boy Scouts, 3 years:
Sea Scouts, I year.
LAURA JEAN LUCHIES, "Beano"
"Ready to work, ready to have
Pep Club, 4 years: FHA, 2 years: FHA
Vice-President: Honor Banquet, 2 years:
Snack Bar, I year.
JAMES MAGEE, "Jim"
"When work interferes with
pleasures, quit work."
LUELLA MAYNARP, "Wally"
"She has a manner all ,her own."
Glea Club, 2 years: Pep Club, 3 years:
FILA, I year.
LORRAINE OIITS, "Pinky"
"If the good die young, its a
wonder I've lived so long."
Pep Club, 4 years: Orchestra, I gear:
Honor Banquet, l year: Mo ul tatt:
Hobby Club, I year: Hobiy Vice-
JOY ANN PARKETON, "Joy"
"A friendly attitude toward all."
Pep Club, 3 years: Sr. Choir, I year:
FBLA, l year.
"Sleepy Hollow has nothing on
Pe'p Club, 3 ears: GAA, I year: Jr.
Play: Foreign language Club, I year.
"Would that there were more
Mariners I year: Pep Club, 4 years:
Hobby Club, I year.
DELORA MONTAGU E, "Dee"
"Behind the canvas throhs the
Sr. land, 4 years: Pep land 2 years:
Pep Club, 4 years: Mariners l year: Jr.
Class Ass't Treasurer: Girl Scouts, I
year: Mogul Statt: Packer Tales Statl:
Jr. Play: tudent Council, Z years: Vice-
President ot land: Honor languet, 3
years: Band Librarian, 2 years: AA, I
year: Glee Club, I year: Debate Club,
MERLIN PALM El, "Meri"
"The world owes me a living
and Pm broke!"
from Rogan High School '45: Football
3 years: Basketball, 2 years: Track, 4
ears: Honor lanquet, 3 years: Noon
l-leur Basketball, I year: Intramural
Track, 2 years: Sr. land, I year: Jr.
Band, I year: Mogul Statt: Jr. Play:
Dramatics Club, I year: loy Scouts, 2
years: Jr.-Sr. lanquet "cast": Noon
Hour Softball, I year: Sr. Choir, 2 years:
Quartet, I year.
DONALD POTTER, "Don"
"There must he some hard work
in him. None has ever come
Football, 3 years: Basketball, 2 ears:
Honor lanquet, 4 years: Sr. landw 4V1
years: Choir, 2 years: "F" Club, I year'
Jr. Play. '
DARRELL PROCTER, "Doc"
"Blessed is the man who in-
Sr. land, 4 years: Choir, 2 years: Foot-
ball, 4 years: Jr. Play lsound ettectsl:
FFA, 3 years: "F" Club, I year: Honor
Banquet, 3 years.
KEENAN REDDER, "Keenle"
"He leads the pack. fWolf,
MARVA SABIN, "Marv"
"Being all that she is and noth-
ing she is not."
Honor Banquet, I yearg Pep Club, 4
rears: Snecl: lar, I year: Knitting Club,
year: Knlttlnq Club Vice-President:
Glee Club, I year.
"Oh, those jokes!"
Pep Club, 4 years: Dramatics Club, I
NELLIE SCHRIER, "NelIle"
"Happy in everything she does."
Pu: Club, 3 Lean: Drametlcs, I yearg
F A, I year: onor Banquet, 2 years.
"Eat, drink, and he merry, for
tomorrow we may have an
From Kentucky Military Institute '46, Sr.
Band, 3 years: Drum Maior, 2 years:
Sports Club, I year.
THEDA REED, "Teddy"
"She hath friend: for she showed
Pep Club, 4 years: FBLA, I year: Glee
Club, I year.
ALICE SAUM, "Susie"
"Quiet in appearance with mo-
Pep Club, 4 years: Cliolr, 3 years,
Hobby Club, I var- Hobby Club Presi-
dent: Glee Clu , l year, Aeronautics
Club, I year: Girls Sextetg Honor Ban-
quet, 2 years: Jr.-Sr. Banquet: Jr. Play
lmalre-uplg Forensics, I year.
"I just sit hack and take notice."
Pep Club, I year: FHA, I year: FBLA,
MAXINE SCOTT, "Scotty"
"A quiet gal, but nice."
Pep Club, 3 years: Dramatics Club, I
year: FHA, I year: Honor Banquet, 2
years: Snack Bar, I year.
"Take life easy: you live but
FFA, 4 years: Choir, I year.
MIRIAM SMITH, "SmiHy"
"Bashful? We're no! sure."
Sr. Band, 3 years: Pep Club, 2 years:
Mariners, I year: Drarnaflcs Club, I
year: Honor Ianquer, I year.
MARY ELLEN SPLITSTONE, "5pIi1"
"If arguing were money, this
lass would he a millionaref'
Pep Club, 4 years: Sfudenf Council, I
year: Sr. Choir, I year: Debale Club,
l year: Mogul Staff: Honor lanquel, 3
years: Mariners, I year.
VIRGINIA TANIS, "Ginny"
"Mild in manner, warm in heart."
Pep Club, 3 years: FILA, I year.
VIOLA TILLOTTSON, "Tillie"
"Life isn't what it is, if: what
you make il."
From Hesperia High School '46: Pep
Club, 3 years: Jr. P ay: Debaie Club, I
year: Honor Banquet, 2 years: GAA, I
year: Jr.-Sr. Banque! "cast"
"I want to be a good fellow,
but not loo good."
Physics Club, I year: Noon Hour las-
kelball, 3 years: Noon Hour Volleyball,
PHILIP T. SMITH, "Flip"
"Long may his permanent
Foosball, 4 years: Honor Iancluel, 4
years: Senior land, 6 years' las efball,
4 years: "F" Club, I year: jr. Play: Sea
Scouts, 2 years.
ROBERT C. STOUT, "lab"
"Fun and fancy-free."
Sr. Choir, I year: FFA, 3 years: Noon
Hour laslrefball, 3 years: Noon Hour
Softball, I year: Noon Hour Volleyball,
2 years: FFA laskeiball, 2 years.
LORNA JEAN TAYLOR
"To know her is to like her."
Pep Club, I year: FHA, 2 years: Sr.
Choir, I year: Glee Club, Vg year:
Snack lar, I year.
Music washes away from the
soul the dust of everyday life."
From Chica o Chrlsfian High School In
'47: FHA, 'Z year.
STANLEY VAN GOOR, "lovlne'f
"Prepared, not self-rising."
FFA, 3 years: FFA Presidenl: FFA Dls-
lricf Reporfer: FFA Regional Senfinel:
Noon Hour laskefball, 4 years: Noon
Hour Volleyball 2 years: lnlramural
Traclr, 2 years: Movie roledor, 2 years.
SHIRLEY VANSICKLE, "Shady"
"Tell me, pretty maiden, are
ihcre any more al home like
From ledlord High School '05 Needle-
worlners Club, I year.
CATHERINE WALTZ, "Carhy"
"She is noi as meek ax she
Pep Club, 4 years: FBLA, I year.
EVELYN WITTE, "Evo"
"Silence is a perfect herald of
Pe Club, 3 yeersg Glee Club, l yeerg
F A, I year: FILA, I year.
Rough, buf oh so qenllo.
"A little man may fax! a great
FFA, 2 years: Noon Hour Baskelball, 2
years: FFA laskelball, l year.
DOROTHY WITTE, "Dol"
"Red hair and good nafure com-
bined are trails you don'! oflen
Pep Club, 3 years: Dramatic: Club, l
yearg Honor Benquel, 2 years, Snack
Bar, I year.
"Women of few words are the
Pep Club, 2 years: FHA, I year.
ELODIA TAYLOR SCROGGINS
Transferrad from Muskegon Heighfs High School '49.
G, I .
BOYD M. CARPENTER
A good underxfandinq.
WE'RE PROUD OF IT
If wasn'f long ago fhaf Fremonl' High School
opened ifs doors and enrolled a group of enfhusias-
fic boys and girls as Freshmen. This class. of '45,
under fhe leadership of Miss Orr, Miss .Brunson, and
Mr. Sneller, soon casf fheir vofes for class officers.
Those chosen were Bill Lubke, Presidenh Mariorie
Cornwall, Vice-Presidenfg Alan Kreps, Secrefary:
and Alberf Moore, Treasurer. During fhis, our firsf
year, many of us could be seen in various acfivifies,
such as Senior Band, Senior Orchesfra, Senior Choir,
G.A.A., Pep Club, efc. ln facf one of- our Fresh-
men, Bill Kempf by name, made fhe varsify baskef-
The firsi' year had proved so greaf a success, wifh
class parfies and all, fha? in 'ihe fall of '46, we
frooped back, enrolled as Sophomores. 'To carry
on fhe business of fhe -class were Alan Kreps, Presi-
denf: Joyce Cahill, Vice-Presidenf: Don Aiken,
Secrefary: and Marianne Geerlings, Treasurer.
To be sure fha? our Sfudenf Council had a good
sfarf fhis year, we chose Marilyn Hendrickson,
Loralyn Anway, Bill Kempf and Alan Kreps fo be
our represenfafives, while fhe sfudenl' body elecfed
one of our Sophomores, Bill l.ubke, Treasurer of fhe
Under fhe direcfion of Mrs. Davis, Miss Bender,
Mr. Sneller, and Mr. Juska, we had a wholloping
Thaf spring we served fhe Juniors and Seniors
fheir banquef wifhouf mishap. Also, fhose of us
who had earhed honors in various fields, a'H'ended
fhe Honor Banquei' for 'ihe firsf fime.
Sfill eager for education, we rushed for a fhird
evenfful nine monfhs - fhis fime as Juniors. All of
our bashfulness had disappeared by fhis 'lime and
we were all sei' for a rip-roaring year of fun and
This year our class had fhe honor fo be guided
by fhe willing advisers, Miss Walkley, Mr. Paffer-
son and Mr. Moes.
Class officers were Bill Kempf, Presidenfg Mari-
anne Geerlings, Vice-Presidenf: Marilyn Hendrick-
son, Secrefary, and Bill Lubke as Treasurer. Delora
Monfague acfed as Assisfanf Treasurer.
Bill Kempf was inaugerafed as Vice-Presidenf of
fhe Sfudenf Council fhaf year while his associafes
represenfing our class were Alan Kreps, Loralyn
Anway, Don Aiken and Bill Lubke.
Lafer in fhe fall of fhe year, under fhe excellenf
direcforship of Miss Walkley, we demonsfrafed our
acfing abilifies in our successful Junior Play, "Creep-
ln fhe spring, again under Miss Walkley's 'tireless
supervision, we presenfed fhe Seniors wifh a grand
Banquef. We used fhe seffing, "Life on fhe Missis-
sippi," and worked ouf a highly enferfaining pro-
gram, revealing a greaf amounf of our class -ialenf.
Also, during fhe year, more fellows from our class
parficipafed in foofball, baskefball, frack, and so
forfh, fhan before, of which fhe class was proud.
Again many of us affended fhe Honor Banque?
- fhis fime we heard Governor Sigler speak.
The lasf lap in our four years of educafion in
Fremonf High School had af lasf arrived. To lead
fhe class for fha lasf year were Alan Kreps, Presi-
denf: Fred Holmes. Vice-President Marilyn Hend-
rickson, Secrefaryg and Marianne Geerlings,
Our very capable advisers for fhaf evenfful year
were Mr. Pafferson, Mr. Mefcalf, Miss Van Horn,
and Mr. Durkee.
We shall again have a chance fo prove our acf-
ing abilifies when, under fhe direcfion of Mr. Mel'-
calf, 'lhe annual Senior Play will be given in fhe
As we go fo press, fhe desfinafion of our skip
'I'rip is yer uncerfain. However, names such as
Washingfon, D. C., Niagara Falls, New York,
Chicago, and various o'I'her places, have been floaf-
ing around puffing us in greaf anficipafion.
Of course, fhe Junior-Senior Banquef will-fake
place also in fhe spring, which will add excifmenl'
'lo fhe lasf couple of weeks.
On May 29, Baccalaureafe will be held, impress-
ing upon us fhe realizafion fhaf our high school
careers are fo soon end, and fha? we shall acquire
new responsibilifies in fhe very near fufure.
Finally on June 2, Commencemenf will mark our
lasf few minufes of being Seniors of Fremonf High
School. We shall be led up fhe aisle by the Junior
Presidenf and Vice-Presidenf, Elwin Derks and Mel-
vin Burke. This year, however, our caps and gowns
are grey wifh maroon fassels, insfead of fha blue
offen worn by preceeding classes of Fremonf High.
As we leave Fremonf High School, we shall carry
wifh us many fond memories of all fhe parlies,
games, classes, clubs, noi' foo quief sessions, carni-
vals, choirs, and lasf, buf cerfainly noi' leasf, our
feachers. So good-bye Fremonf High, and we
fhank you for fhese memories as we leave for new
environmenfs and experiences.
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S. Roffman V. Winchell
L. Scofi E. Wino
J. Sheppard D. Wood
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OFFICERS: Pres. - E. Dork! ADVISERS: Miss Elmques?
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R. Bruckner M. Hanson
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W. Bush L. Hendrickson
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W. Chrixfonson H. Hooker
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M. Miesen D. Sherman
S. Miller L. Smith
T. Miller P. Sneller
J. Muniague H. Splirsrone
E. Morlon D. Sfulh
Y. Nadeau G. Sweei
M. Nielson R. Sfariha
G. O'NeiI F. Thill
M. Oswalf B. Tinney
D. Palmer A. Van Parfen
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R. Hoad R. Sharlow
C. Holler M. Shell
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Weslern Michigan College ol Educalion WQSTUU MlClll99f' .COHGQG of Educ-ilivn Vale Deen School, Elilabelh, N. J.
Universily of Miguigan
Michigan Stare ollege
Rainbow Dislricl Boy Scoul Chairman
Hanger Talk Sponsor
IRMA BENDER, A.B., M.A.
Weslern Michigan College ol Educalion
Universily of Michigan
Algebra I, ll, Plane and Solid Geomelry
Sponsor of Needleworlwers
Ass'l. Sophomore Adviser
Unnversuly of Michigan
Economics IZ, Driver Training
Principal, Bus Manager
Proieclors Club Sponsor
Secrelary of Alhlelic Board
Co-sponsor of Sludenl Council
Presideni ol Newaygo-Lake M.E.A.
Secrelary lo Superinlendenf Dell
ETHEL BOWMAN, 8.5.
Wesfern Michigan College of Educafion
Co-sponsor of the FHA
Ass'f. Adviser of lhe Wh Grade
ELIZABETH G. BRUNSON, B.S.
Wesfern Michigan College of Educalion
Christiansen Choral School
Grade Music, Jr. High Choir
H. S. Chorus, Ariihemlic 7
Ass'f. Adviser of 71h Grade
Presidenf of Fremonf Teachers' Club
ELMER CHRISTENSON, A.B. JOYCE CONKLIN, 8.5. EMMETT L. CRANE, B.A., M.A.
Wayne Slate Teachers College Weslern Michigan College of Educalion Central Michigan College of Educalion
North Park College English 7' 8 University of Colorado
General Mafh 9 Girls Physical Educalion Latin I, ll -
22222: 2 Tumbleweed Club and Pep Club Sponsor General Science 8
Conservalion Club Sponsor
Adviser ol 7lh Grade
Adviser of 71h Grade
Foreign Language Club Sponsor
Jr. High and Freshman Baskelball
ELDON M. DURKEE, A.B., M.A.
Michigan State College
Sr. and Jr. Bands
Required Music 7, 8
Grade Brass and Woodwind
Camera Club Sponsor
Ass't. Sr. Class Adviser
Director of Adult Education Class
LAWRENCE J. GOTSCHALL, B.S.
Ball State College
University ot Illinois
Boys Physical Education
Fish and Game Club Sponsor
Ass't. 7th Grade Class Adviser
District Boy Scout Committee
FELIX V. JUSKA, B.S.
Michigan State College
Ag I, II, III, IV
FFA Club Sponsor
Ass't. Freshman Adviser
ESTHER ELMQUEST, B. S. WILLIAM J. GARVEY, B.S., M.S
Central M'chigan C Ilega of Educat' - -
University bf Michiggn Ion Mlchlgan Sun collage
. Veterans on the Farm Training
Typing I, ll
Jr. Sports Club Sponsor
Junior Class Adviser
Jr. Play Director
JIM HICKS, A.B.
Alma Colle e
University ot? Michigan Extension.
Head Football Coach
Ass't. Basketball Coach
Intramural Softball Program
Boys Sports Club Sponsor
Ass't, Sophomore Adviser
Fremont Athletic Board
Supervisor Summer Recreational
Water Safety Instructor
St. Mary's College, Notre Dame
ROBERT L. KRAAI, A.B.
Hope Colle e
University o? North Dakota
Western Michigan College of Education
University of Michigan
Sociology' Collectors Club S onsor
Geograp y 7 Ass't. 8th Grade glass Adviser
History 8 Director of Fremont Veterans' Institute
Sec'y-Treas, of Fremont Teachers' Club
GEORGE E. LEWIS, A.!.
Mathematics 7, B
Varsity "F" Club Sponsor
Ass't. 8th Grade C an Adviser
Ass't. Football Coach
Head Basketball Coach
Head Track Coach
Fremont Athletic Board
THOMAS B. METCALF. 8.5-. MA- Mas. MARIAN MILLER, Life cmmcaf. HENRY MOES All
Cenlfal MlCl'l9-in C0ll092 of EdUCi7l0'1 Weslern Michigan College of Educalion Hope Colleq,
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D'-'Mlm Club 5Pf-'MO' ea mn Grade Class Adviser
Ass'l. Sr. Class Adviser q
Adviser for Packer Tales-and Mogul
Dislricl Boy Scout Commilfee
NEVA M. ORR, A.B. NORMAN PARKER, B.S.
Cenlral Michigan College of Educalion Soulh East Missouri Slate College
Michigan Sfale Colleql Universily of Missouri
Washinglon Stale College Engush H
E"9llSl' l Speech
Engluh 7 Sophomore Class Adviser
Book Club SPOHSOY Debate Club Sponsor
Freshman Class Adviser Jifney Fqofball Coach
ELEANOR M. PHILLIPS, A.B. REX W. PROVINESD 5.5.
Weslern Michigan College of Educarion Eashrn mimi, Sian college
l'l""g:'lV if f4fCl"9"" University of lllinois
Sr. Bil31es?lI'rai?nnq 3l9l99X
Relailing sharnrana General SCMCQ 9
Co-oroinafor for Oflice Occupations and Giflefdl 5Cl0f'C2 3
Dislribulive Educafion Scum, Club gpomor
Business Leaders Club Sponsor Ass'f. Freshrnan Class Advfser
Manager of Bookslore
Physics Club Sponsor
Ass'l, Jr. Class Adviser
L. ROGER PATTERSON, A.B.
Universily of Michigan
Music Club Sponsor
Sr. Class Adviser
CLIFFORD C. RAPSON, 8.5.
Wesfern Michigan College of Educalion
Michigan Sfale College
Universiry of Michigan
Columbia Teachers College
Ass'l. Jr: Class Adviser
Model Airplane Club Sponsor
Dislricf Boy Scou? Cornmiffee
ETHEL SAUR, Life Cerlificafe RUTH SAYLESI 35,
OLIN C. SEYMOUR
Michisan 5909 Cvlleql Western Michigan College of Education F d M h . I I .
Library Melhods Sloui lnsfifule, Menomonie, Wisconsin O' ec 'wma m"'u,e
Librarian Home Economics Mainiainance Engineer
Ass'f. Sophomore Class Adviser
RUTH A, VAN HORN, A.B.
Michigan Sfale College
Hobby Club Sponsor
Ass'1. Sr. Class Adviser
Sfudenl Council Facully Adviser
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Western Michigan College of Educalion 'X '
Official High School Scorer
BUS JOCKEYS AND JANITORS
lsi Row: E. Smilh, F. Dean, R, Provines, R. Kraai, Z.
Robins, F. Juska, T. Seymour, T. Meicalf, R. Bulfman.
2nd Row: B. Sneller, H. Moes, A. Bullman E. Chris-
gns'olr:ebN3grFlarker, W. Garvey, E. Crane, Zagers,
3rd Row: J. Ausiin, H. Janos, D. Procfor, D. Eurich, H. Hooker, R. Kemmerling, B. Jones, B. Carbine, J. Johnson.
2nd Row: D. Bacon, D. Poffar, J. Klomp, F. Hayward, W. Chrisfenson, D. Holmes, J. Sheppard, L. Waters, Coach Hicks.
lsf Row: P. Johnson, W. Brookhouse, P. Smifh, J. Holmes, A. Kreps, K. Redder, B. Kempf, Mgr. B. Bacon.
Nol Picfurod: E. Derks, D. Aiken.
Alfhough Fremonf did no+ have an impressive foolball record, The squad foughl' for every game and
gave all lheir opponenls an inferesfing conlesl. Coach Hicks realized ihe malerial ihis year was nol' as good
as previous years and did well fo develop such a sfrong defensive leam.
The feam was capfained by Al Kreps, a hard plunging lefl half back and Bill Kempf, who allernaled
belween 'lackle and end.
The backfield consisfed of Caplain Kreps, Fred Holmes, quar'ler back, Dave Eurich, righl' half back and
Jim Johnson, Full back. Kreps and Holmes were plagued wifh injuries and lheir places were immediafely
handled by Dick Holmes and Hugh Janes who will relurn nexl year along wilh Jim Johnson fo form a nucleus
lo build a sfrong Packer punch.
An injury lo Phil Smilh gave Jim Sheppard his chance lo show his abilify af end. Bill Kempf, Elwin Derks,
and Don Aiken played fackle for mosf of lhe season shifling lo differenl posifions when needed. Ray Kem-
merling and Wayne Chrislenson, guards,and Keenan Redder al cenler kepf lhe middle of lhe line prolecled.
Nexl year +he prospecfs for a good season are beHer as Sheppard, Derks and Chrislenson are relurning
along wilh many promising underclassmen.
PACKER FOOTBALL SCCRES
Mt Pleasani ..... 26 Fremonf ..,..,,,,.,... 6 Harf ...,., Fremonl
Cadillac . , , ..,. 45 Fremont ,,.,,., ,... O Alma ..,.,.,.,..,,.,,, , ,.,,. Fremonl
Reed Cify . .... . .... .27 Fremonf .,,.....,,,.., 0 N. Muskegon, ,,.,. ,,,.,.,, F remon+
859 Rapids -..... ........ 6 Fremonl ......,,.,..,. I2 Ludinglon .,,,, ,.,...,,, F remonl
SECOND TEAM - FOOTBALL
3rd Row: B. Pekel, H. Hooker, T. Miller, A. Rohman, E, Penninglon, S. Miller, D. Taylor.
2nd Row: D. Sherman, H. Hooker, R. Smalligan, D. Dawe, R, Slocking, B. Bulfman, W. Johnson.
Isl Row: B. Loomis, H. Bowers, C. Hoag, B. Sfocking, D. Howarlh, J. Schuileman, C. Hopkins, R. Taylor.
This year lhe Fremon+ Lillie Packers, under lhe capable direclion of Coach George Lewis, learned lhe
fundamenfals of good foolball. Alfhough defealed in each encounler, lhey showed lhe spirif and fighl of
a 'lrue Packer squad.
Many line plunges were 'rurned back by 'lhese boys, widley illus+ra'l'ing lhe conrinued delerminalion of
our Liflle Packers. The junior varsily backs are brighl prospecls for lhe coming years and are looking 'For-
ward lo carrying a lol of fulure mail. This year lhe feam had a schedule of four games, including 'lhe Big
Rapids Seconds, Harl Seconds, and ihe Newaygo and Baldwin varsily.
3rd Row: R.lPearsel, J. Towne, P. Richhr, H. Hendrie, C. Egberl.
Znd Row: W. Roberlsen, P. Sharlow, J. McMullen, T. Dawe, B. Wilkins, B. Dok, W. Miller.
lsl Row: R. Kellogg, ll. Willis, M. Leefh, A. Kernx, L. Boerman, G. Bunce, T. Tomkins.
The Jilney foolball 'ream consisfing of blh, 7+h and Blh graders show promise of developing info a well
organized, power packed squad upon reaching varsily age. The boys were coached in +he fundamenlals of lhe
game by Mr. Norman Parker. Their season was high lighled by lwo inlrasquad games which were played dur-
ing lhe halves of +he varsily games.
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So 'lar fhis season, lhe record of fhe Fremonf Varsify Baskefball feam W. A F- I3 -----f'f -,-f-ff-' S 'l'- J05ePl'l
has no'l been foo impressive. Coach Lewis was handicapped from fha siari 3 F, 33 .-A,AVY- -VVY n Y Alma
wifh rho responsibiliiy of organizing a squad wifh only one veieran. Bill - I F. 28 kiiii' Holland Chrisfian
Kempf. and iwelve ofher inexperienced players who were moved up from gf. 'F 20 Ludin +on
fha ranlrs of lasl' year's second Yaam. Jusf when fhe ieam began io show 'i W 'F' 28 V' ""A"' R g
brighf prospecfs, fhey suffered Ohe loss of Fred Holmes wifh a lanee iniury Coach Lewis ' ""' " " lg apt S
and Al Kreps confracied scarlef fever. Bill Kempf, whom fhe boys F- 35 w -f f Af .Reed C'+Y
elecred as fheir ieam capfain. has done an excellenl iob of assisling Coach Lewis. 32 .,,,. ,,,.,,,,, D owagiac
The Paclrers sfarfed fha season with an overnighi game ai Sf. Joseph followed hy 29 ' f --"- Al-udlnglon
iwo home games wifh Alma and Holland Chrislian. On fha road again, fhey played
Ludingfon and Big Rapids in fhe Blind Tourney af Big Rapids. Af home fhey losf an
exciiing confesf fo Reed Ciiy and fhen wenl' fo Dowagiao. Ludingion was nexi in
line. The highlighl of +he season came when lhe Paclrers upsel lhe powerful Niles feam.
The following game was af home wifh Big Rapids and fhen lhey leff iown for conlesfs
wifh fha ho?-shoofing Alma Panihers and wifh Ludingion. Affer fhe Paclers played Ml.
Pleasanf on our home floor, ihey mel' fha sfrong Holland Chrisfian ball club and Hari.
The concluding fwo confesls on fha schedule were wifh Alpena and Allegan.
Alfhough fo dale The Paclrers have won only fhrae in eleven sfarls fhey have
shown us fha spirif and sporfsmanship of which we in Fremonf are proud. When fhe
siafe fournamenf begins, we are ceriain ihal lhey will play fo 'l'he besl' of fheir
abilify and we wish fhem fhe besf of luck.
F. 48 ,,.,.. Niles
F. 24 . , ,Big Rapids
F. 30 ,,,, ,, .Alma
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F. - , , .Mt Pleasanf
F.- ., Holland Chrislian
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4,Coach Jim Hicks and his second foam appear fo be follbwing in
A lhe fooisleps of lheir big brolhers. They are sieadily improving buf
Qi are losing fhe maioriiy of iheir fills by closely conlesfed games. Q
A! ! Cioagg Hicks has a liamhwlaich is falrlydfasf and wilh more experience
M W 5 s ou ra e among l e ig esi in 9 e isiricl.
f The oufsfanding players 'For The year were: Si Miller, Lee Waiers.
- l l Bud Loomis, Jim Sheppard, Arnie Roiiman and Harley Hoolcer.
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2nd Row: B. Pekel, B. Carlson, D. Carlson, D. Dawe, M.
Eggersfedl, H. Evans.
lsr Row: R. Smalligan, R. Srockinq, B. Bullman, C. Hopkins,
R. Slocking, V. Schuiiernan, W. Johnson, B. Tanis, G. Tanis.
Under lfhe capable coaching of Coach Emmeii Crane, fhe Frosh squad show promise ol developing inlo a ver-
salile varsify in a few years. They have been faughf lhe fundamenlals of lhe game and are playing neighboring
schools io pui fheir knowledge info praciice.
As lhere were a large number of freshmen who saw aciive service, nexf year's ieam has excellenf polenfialifies.
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This sporf has produced and developed some of 'Ihe
finesl' alhlefes 'Ihe Slafe of Michigan has ever lrnown.
Traclr is an exceedingly popular sporf af F. H.S. The
boys are aware Iha+ 'Ihis is an individual sporl and
whaf fhey achieve is no beller Ihan fhe eFlor'I fhey
3rd Row: D. Holmes. W- Chfirh nson . F- Hayward- Our cross counlry feam, alfhough I+ had a lafe
zna Row: R. Kqmmminq, x. Roddor, F. ow., A, Kreps.
'SL-Rating Swv. M- Tubbefq-n. F. Holmes. B- Kempf. sfarf, did a fine job af Alma. They scored second +o
Alma affer winning firsl' and second places.
Lasf year Fremonl won 'Ihe MI. Pleasanf Regional Meef by fhe shear deferminafion of a handful
of well-frained alhlefes. They ended a very successful season al' Lansing by placing sixfh in fhe Sfafe
SPIRIT OF FREMONT SIX
The Mogul SI'aH of I949 would like lo devofe a 'Few
lines here in 'lribufe fo our cheerleaders. Our veferans
of pas? years, Mary Lou Cook, Be'He Messner, and
Loralyn Anway, ably assis+ed by I'hree new +roupers,
Jeanie Hill, Marlene McMellen, and Joyce Cahill, did
a commendable piece of worlr in slimulafing school
spirif. During fhe foolball season, even 'Ihough de-
feaf seemed inevifable, 'Ihese six girls slayed in fhere
and pifched. This same enlhusiasm was carried over
info fhe baslcefball confesls. Who doesn'I' remember I f
Ihe Niles game, fhe appalling surprise of everyone upon our unsuspecfed vic'Iory7
So, Ihanlcs, girls, on a difficul+ 'Iaslr well done, and Io a splendid sfudenl body who so ably supporfed
our cheerleaders. May your spirif and enfhusiasm confinue in years fo come.
FREMONT HIGH SCHOOL BAND
The aciivifies in which +he Band parficipafecl were fhe Dis+ric+ Fesfival a+ Grand Rapids The
Spring Concerf, The Hari Fair, fhe Garfield Fair and P. T. A. meeiings. Af foo'I'ball games lhey
presen+ed many unusual and in+rica'l'e formafions and a small band 'Formed from ihe larger band fur
nished added pep a+ baslceiball games.
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The choir, always on ever ready call, again This year sponsored a Chrislmas program 'For +he Women's Club.
They helped presenl' a Chrisfmas program for lhe high school and 'took par+ in ihe Spring Concert They have
rendered specially numbers for chapel and many members were perl of 'the Messiah Chorus.
The orcheslra This year did a splendid iob of accompanying fhe chorus in lhe presenlaiion of lhe Messiah. They
furnished added enferlainmenl for fhe Jr. and Sr. Plays and af P.T.A. meefings. They parficipafed in fhe Disfricl
Fesfival and also played in The annual Spring Concert
Three years ago a newly organized Sfudenf Council was infroduced fo fhe sfudenfs of Fremonf High. Since fhaf
iime if has been very acfive and has accomplished many worfhwhile goals. This year fhe council, under fhe able
leadership of Bill Lubie, despife a conflicf of fhe disconfinuafion of home rooms. has done an excellenf iob fo fulfill
fha ideas and needs of fhe sfudenf body.
A few of fhe proiecfs aclopfed by fhe council are fhe revision of 'ihe monifor sysfem, fhe school carnival, which
was very successful, and fhe recreafional noon.hour program, for which recreafion aquipmenf has been purchased.
The Council has, for fhe firsf year, become a member of fhe Nafional Sfudenf Council and has affended infra-
murel meefings wifh fhe councils of surrounding fowns.
The Presidenf and his Council wish fo fhank you for your co-operafion and exfend fheir besf wishes fo fhe fufure
councils of Fremonf High School.
The sfudenf body elecfed Bill Lublre, presidenfg Alan Kreps, vice-president Beffe Messner, secrefary: and Hugh
Janes, freasurer. The Presidenf appoinfed Beverly Nieboer, public relafions chairman: Fred Holmes, noon hour chair-
man, Si Miller, hall monifor chairmen: and Marfha Benneff, assembly chairman. The Sfudenf Council was advised
by Miss Rufh Van Horn.
THE BOOK CLUB
The Book Club has enioyed a mosi successful year under ihe able guidance of Miss Orr. Besides fhe infroduc-
lion of oufsianding and curreni liieralure, fhe club fosiers individual developmenf by having a roialing presidenf
whose ferm of office expires ai ihe end of fhe club hour. Oufsianding among ihe speakers who aided in reviewing
books was Mrs. Wakefield. The club is eagerly awaiiing iheir field frip fo fhe museum and public library af Grand
BOYS SEORT C'-UB
The purpose of ihe Sporf Club is fo enable fhe members fo becom
lions of a variefy of sporls. li has devoied some of ifs fime fo fhe promoiion of beffer sporfsmanship among fhe
e beffer acquainfed wifh rules and regula-
The Camera Club has ailracfed ihe inferesf of many sfudenis from fhe sevenih Through The fwelffh grade.
Derailed discussions and demonsfrafions of faking, composing and developing piciures has given members a belier
underslanding of The camera.
The fhirfy members elecied as iheir chief cliclr, Bill Chrisfensong Tripod, Melvin Burke: Secreiary, Carol Murphy
and Tanlr, Charles Hoag.
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The Collecfors Club, with Mr. Kraai as Hs sponsor was expressly organized for fhose sfudenl' who are inferesled
in all +ypes of colleciions. Members have a diversify of inferesfs and are encouraged by collec+or's cafalogue, boolrs
and ofher defailed informaiion on obfaining rare arficles. The value of lreeping and irading as a hobby is emphasiled
in a friendly, informal manner. Sevenfeen ardenf members elecied Ronald Siocking, presidenfg Bob Buliman, vice- presi-
denfg Esiher Vogel, secrefary, and Tom Dawe as freasurer.
The main endeavor of fhe Conservalion Club is fo promofe good usage of our nafural resources. Field lrips and
hikes have aroused much inleresf. Mr. Blaclr, our Michigan Sfafe Represenlafive, has slimulafed our program by a
series of Ieclures on curren? local problems concerning conservafion. The organizaiion fosfers an exfensive background
in lhe sludy of birds and foresfs.
The Conservalion Club is connecfed wilh lhe Nalional 4-H
, and will lake acfive parf in lhe Spring Achievemenf
The Debafe Club was organized fhis Fall for lhe purpose of learning some of fhe fundamenlals of debafing.
There was no infer scholaslic debaling, buf ihe differenl members of fhe Club did debele lhe nafional queslion, "Re-
solved fhal lhe Unifed Nafions should now be revised info a Federal World Government" Olher queslions were de-
baled by lhe members af differenf limes during fhe year.
Because of lhe small size of fhe organizafion, il was noi necessary +o have a group of officers.
The Drama+ics Club was organiled for ihe purpose of siudying +he dramalic arls and accomplishes fhis aim by
sfudy groups and aclual play producfions.
The posilion of play direcfor was held by Donald Aiken assisied by Beverly Nieboer, secrefary. Al lhe Chris?-
mas assembly program in fhe audiforium, lhe Dramaiics Club presenfed fhe one ad comedy, "Chris'rmas Gill" by
Lindsey Barbee which drew The acclaim and applause of an inieresfed audience. Plans are now being made to parri-
cipafe in ihe Fiffh Annual High School One Ad Play Fesfival af Ceniral Michigan College of Educafion on April
23, where fhe casi will receive a criiical analysis of lheir produciion for ihe improverneni of fuiure fheairical perfor-
The Dramaiics Club works in cooperafion wifh ihe Fremonr LiHle Theahe Group and is recognized in fhe com-
munily as an organizaiion fha? has been very acfive in reviving an inferesi' in fhe dramalics program.
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS CLUB
The Fuiure Business Leaders Club which is primarily for fhose sfudenls fairing commercial subiecls. is designed +o
give sludenfs an opporiunify io manage iheir own personal financial affairs and ro promoie a business like approach
fo communify living.
The sevenleen members, under fhe direclion of Miss Phillips, elecfed Alvedor Luchies fo ihe Presidency: Harrie?
BeHen as vice-president Maxine Barnhard as secrelaryg Luella Maynard as freasurerg and Donna Davis as reporfer.
The "F" Club is an honorary and, af fhe same iime, an acfive organizarion. The purpose of +he club is fo 'pro
more frue sporfsmanship and fellowship among fhe high school aihlefes and To mainlain a close relafionship befween
graduafed afhlefes and fheir Alma Maier.
Acfivifies for fhe newly organized club began wifh fhe firsf semesfer. wifh The elecfion of officers and fhe con-
siifuiion and by-laws highlighled.
The club is sponsoring a laundry and fowel service for 'lhe boys parficipafing in fhe various sporfs. If had charge of
fha "Fun House" for +he annual school carnival. A hamburger fry was fhe opening evenf for I949 wilh fha preseni
and ex-leffer winners as guesfs. A round fable discussion was held for fufure acfivifies. An adulf commiifee was chosen
io collaborafe wilh fhe club officers.
Ninefeen acfive members have elecfed Alan Kreps as presideni, Wes Brookhousef vice-presidenfg and Hugh Janes
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
The Fufure Farmers of America is a nafional organizafion of, by and for boys sfudying vocafional agriculiure. The
Fremoni Chapfer of 'lhe F.F.A. is an infra-curricular ecfiviiy having ifs origin and roof in a definife parl' of 'lhe sdhool
curriculum-vocefional agriculfure. The members have learned rhrough acfive parficipafion how lo conducf and fake
pari in a public meefing: fo speak in public: io buy and sell cooperafively: fo solve 'lheir own problems: fo finance
fhemselvesg and fo assume civic responsibilify.
Lasf year The boys compefed in a regional coniesi' and placed fhird in Parliamenfary procedure demonsirafions win-
ning a prize award of fhiriy dollars. The Chapfer placed eighfh in sfaie compefiiion for fhe Chapfer Program of Work
Confesf. Five of fhe officers received frips io Defroif wifh expenses paid and were presenfed a plaque fogeiher wifh
a fweniy-five dollar cash award.
Sfanley Van Goor , . ,, Presidenf Harry Nieboer Secrefary
Dick Holmes ,, .Vice-Presidenf Orville Price , Reporfer
Harvey Kunnen , .Treasurer Glen Vorres Senfinel
The "Fufure Homemalrers of America" Club was reorganized in Sepiember wifh fifiy members. A program for ihe
year, based around ihe naiional program seiup for all afiiliaied groups, was planned. This program is divided inio
eighf paris, each dealing wiih some phase of work for ihe improvemen? of home and communiiy living, or cenfered
around some proiecf of e sfaie, naiional, or world wide scope.
Tweniy of fhe members were permiffed fo aifend ihe regional meefing of rhe FHA held af Wayland. This
proved bofh very educational and inspiring.
There are four degrees of achievemenf which can be earned, and a number of ihe girls are working for fhe Junior
Ann Tubbergen was elecfed presideni wiih Laura Luchies, vice-presidenfg Lucy Foriin, secreferyg Shirley RoHman,
ireesurer, and Lillian Crawford, reporfer.
We hope our organizafion will confinue fo grow, and live up fo ifs moifo, "Toward New Horizons."
FISH AND GAME CLUB
Following in fhe fooisfeps of some of fheir fa?hers,1he members of fhe high school Fish and Game Club have
dedicafed ihemselves fo ihe conservaiion of wild life in ihis area.
A fish fry was held January l5, I949, io inifiafa Their new season of conservarion.
The boys elecred Bob Siocking as presidenf: Jack Roman, vice-presidenig Warren Johnson secrefary-ireasurer and
Dalien Maier, Librarian.
pa q e fifiy-fwo
This year found ihe emergence of a Sporfs club on fhe Fremonf High School Program because of a greaf de-
mand for fhis sorf of an organizafion. Because of ihis demand, an overcrowded sifuafion developed necessifafing fhe
division of fhe club info fwo separafe groups, seniors and iuniors. The senior group have worked under fhe leadership of
Mrs. Miller while Miss Elmquesf sponsored fha iunior.
One of fhe maior aciivifies of fhe club was promofion of bowling feams wifh four feams in each of fhe fwo groups.
Other acfivifies of fhe club have included ice-skafing and learning fhe fundamenfals of baskefball.
The aims of fhis club are fo creafe a feeling of friendliness and good fellowship among fhose who have a common
inferesf in aviafion and fo give helpful ideas fo members fhrough informal fallrs, discussions. open-forums, and oufside
speakers. lllusfrafive films have been shown on weafher condifions fo promofe safe flying condifions. Mr. Al Rogers,
a local seasoned pilof, presenfed some of fha hazards and fips for flying af fhe Fremonf Airporf. Members are eagerly
awaihng favorable weafher fo permif fhern fo inspecf and gain a personal insighf fo fhe local airporf.
The Hobby Club has been one of lhe more popular of fhe many new clubs which have been insfifuied in Fremoni
High fhis pas? year. Under lhe supervision of Miss Van Horn if has had an excepfionally busy and prosperous year.
Some of lhe more inferesiing and popular hobbies 'hal were infroduced info lhe club were: soap carving, lrnifiing,
embroidery, siamp collecfing, drawing and painling.
A visii' fo Miss Van Horn's aparfrnen? and a Chrisfmas parfy held ai lhe school were leafured among Ohe exira
enieriainmenfs enioyed by ihe club members.
Alice Saurn served as president ably assisied by Lorraine Obifs as vice-presidenf and Blanche Merfindale as sec-
The Foreign Language Club has enioyed a successful year in sfudying ihe cusfoms and culfure of primarily Euro-
pean counfries in fhe hope of obfaining a basic undersfanding of currenl infernalional problems. The club is expecfing
lo produce a one acf play fo promofe fhese ideas. Among fhe many aciivifies which Mr. Crane anficipafes is a
Roman meeting presided by "consuls" wiih "praefors," "aediles" and "augurs" in charge of programs, "lribunes" and
"censors" lo preside over members and minuies lrepl by a "scriba." Laiin names will be adopled and fogas worn for
e iypical Roman banquel. Alfhough +he group is small, if loolrs forward fo a brighi fufure wilh Mariorie Cornwall as
presidenf, Margaref Schusfer, vice-presidenf: Clarys Powers as secrefary-freasurer.
MODEL AIRPLANE CLUB
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Many sfudenfs expressed ihe desire and need for some 'I f
ype o organizafion Io furfher rhe sfudy of model air-
planes consfrucfion. For fhis reason, ihe Model Airplane Club was organized The club has concenirafed on Ihe siud
and consiruciion of difiereni fypes of airplanes. These planes will be fesied when weaiher permifs.
Mr. Rapson, Ihe sponsor of fhe club, has had considerable experience in such work and was mos? hel ful in fur-
Ihering fhe obieciives of Ihe club.
The Fremonf High music enfhusiasfs mai aI ihe beginning of 'Ihe currenf year. We were an exfremely heferogenous
group. Some of our members play insfrumenfs, ofher sing. and sfill oihers' only felony is a deep appreciaiion for
good music. As we ironed ouf our problems, we found Ihaf mosf of us desired a greaier knowledge of all Iypes of
music. Since some of us did noi Know fhe sounds made by Ihe more uncommon insfrumenis. Our firsf meeiing was
'Ialren up by lisfening fo Sainf Saens "Carnival of Animals." Laier our programs consisfed of TschaiIrowski's "Capricio
IIaliene" and af Chrisimas, Handel's famed "Messiah." AI fhe fime of fhe School Carnival. our group sold novelfies
and made enough money fo affend some conceris in Grand Rapids. During I949, we are anficipafing many fine
The Needleworlrers were Tormed in The Fall under The able sponsorship of Miss Irma Bender. Their meeTings have
been held on a social basis. They are a group of ambiTious girls who eiTher wish To learn The arT of crocheTing, em-
broidering, and lnniTTing or To brush upon Their already acquired abiliTy.
In Their regularly scheduled meeTing on December I7, They Took Time ouT from Their fancy worlr To celebraTe The
holiday season by exchanging giffs and having lunch in The form of a ChrisTmas parTy. The main goal of This group
is for each member To compleTe one arTicle, which will be exhibiied in Miss Bender's room.
The group elecTed Shirley Van Siclrle, presidenTg Marva Sabin, vice-presidenTg and Donna KloeT as secreTary-
THE PHYSICS CLUB
The Physics Club was designed To TurTher The inTeresT of sTudenTs in physics and chemisfry. Only Juniors or Seniors
who are currenTly enrolled in a physics or chemisTry class are eligible for membership in The organizaTion. Members are
granTed The privilege To use The lab Tor experimenTaTion of Their own choosing. ETching glass wiTh hydro-flouric acid
was Their iniTial proied.
The year's acTiviTies will include a field Trip To Grand Rapids To observe commercial experimenTing in indusTrial
SENIOR PEP CLUB
JUNIOR PEP CLUB
The Pe Club w ' d ' I93 b
p as organize in 5 y a group of high school girls inleresled in promoling more sfudenf inieresf
in sporls and afhlelic aclivifies. Today The group has grown Io include nearly every girl in high schooI,foIaling I93
noi been alfered buf Ihey have widened Iheir field of acfivilies Io include
members. The original aim of Ihe Club has
many worfhy proiecfs for bolh fhe Ieam and Che school.
II was fhrough Ihe money raising efforls of Ihese girls Ihaf new swealers were purchased for Ihe cheerleaders,
They also decoraied Ihe floal for fhe Queen and her courf in Ihe Homecoming Parade. This group planned and pre-
senfe all I e pep meelings for fhe year including Iwo nigh+ rallys. As Iheir prolecf for Ihe carnival Ihey successfully
held a calre wall: wnfh many of Ihe girls furnishing Ihe necessary calces.
PEP CLUB OFFICERS COUNCIL MEMBERS
' - Mary Splifsfone Carolyn Deur
PRESIDENT ....,,,.,... Marianne, Geerlungs Delora Monlague Peggy Gilliland
VICE-PRESIDENT . . . . Pafrlcva Conklin Joyce Lallln Mary -lo Gllllland
SEC'Y-TREASURER . . . Beverly Nieboer Margaret Boerman Mary Smalligan
The purpose of The Proiecfors Club is fo culfivafe an inieresl in fechnical operalion of audial visual equipmenl
and fo provide an ample supply of efficienl operalors lo conduci lhe audio visual educafion program wifhnn our school
syslem, Under fhe direclion of Mr. Bullman, members have achieved a fechnical background which may easily lead
lo a vocalional career. Officers of fhe organizalion for The pasf year have been: President Harvey Kunnen: Vica-Presi-
denl, Bob Luchiesg and Bill Pelrel as Secrefary-Treasurer.
THE SCIENCE CLUB
A variefy of acfivilies made up a very inleresfing program for fhe Science Club during fhe year. The purpose
of fhe club is fo eslablish leadership for sludenfs who are inleresled in lhe subiecl and lo keep ifs members in closer
louch wifh currenl problems which are noi' ordinarily discussed in fhe classroom. Such acfivilies lo dale have included
lhe bissecfing of a pig, experimenialion in blowing glass, classificaiion of blood lypes, and delailed fesling of foodslufls.
Plans are now being made for a field frip fo be held in fhe Spring.
The lhirly-one members elecled Russ Graff as Presidenl, Jach Gilleli as Vice-Presidenf, Leroy Deur, Secrefary, and
Jim Schuileman, Treasurer.
To girls inTeresTed in aThleTics, Tumbling is rapidly becoming one of F. H. S. TavoriTe recreafional diversions. The
Tumbleweeds are insTrucTed in a graceful arT oT Tumbling wiTh emphasis placed on physical developmenT and pyramid
building. This enThusiasTic group decoraTed The business disTricT Tor The Homecoming parade.
g..s5,.-gy,-..--he , ' f A .
Wifh pride The Mogul ediTor and her sTaT'T presenT The I949 Mogul. ConsisTenT wiTh FremonT's program of expansion
and beTTermenT, They have aTTempTed To make This one of The TinesT ediTions of The annual published: and Those who have
been connecTed with iTs produdion feel proud oT Their eTTorTs.
The yearbook sfands as a record of The school year of l948-I949. ln malring This record The sTaFl has Tried To presenT
a True cross-secTion of school life. If in decades hence iT is a pleasanT reminder To sTudenTs oT happy days spenT aT
Fremonf High School, The sTaTT will Teel ThaT iT has accomplished iTs mosT useful purpose.
IT is readily realized ThaT The ediTor and The sTafT could noT endeavor such a proiecT wiThouT The assisTance ren-
dered by our businessmen, Teachers. and Tellow sTudenTs. The cooperaTion received from The Swanson STudio in respecT
To Their experf worlmanship with The TaculTy and senior picfures and To The BulTman STudio Tor many of The group pic-
Tures cannoT be praised enough. The Mogul sTaTT is proud indeed of The work of Mogul phoTographer Phil Filipial and The
assisTance obTained Trom The Camera CenTre. Space does noT permif To give personal recognifion To The scores oT indi-
viduals who assisfed wiTh This proiecT, and professional advice gained from Mr. Essebaggers.
The binding ol This annual is The producT of Dean-Hiclzs Company and The laurels Tor The excellenf press worlr in The
I949 Mogul To PrinTing ArTs who once again demonsTraTed Their slill in The prinTing of a year bool
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Almer and Bob
Angelica's Eat Shop
Baars Dnig Store
Ben Franklin Store
Bishop General Store
Bode's Shoe Store
Boven's Fumiture G Undertaking
Bud's Snack Bar
Carajon Chemical Company, Inc.
Carothers 6. Dahlstrom
Caruso's Ice Cream Parlor
Consumers Power Company
Cook's Poultry Farm 6 Hatchery
Crandell G Ensing
R. H. Curley Stores
Dake's Quality Service
Dayton Center General Store
Deters 5 G 10 Bazaar
Deur Chevrolet Company
Ed's Barber Shop
Evans Realty Company
Co-Operative Creamery Co.
Co-Operative Produce Co.
Fremont Finance Company
Floral and Nursery
Fremont Lumber 61 Fuel Company
Fremont Printing Company
Fremont Public Schools
Fremont Rag and Metal
Fremont Refrigerated Lockers
The Fremont State Bank
Fremont Tractor Sales
Fremont Wholesale Company
Gee and Lubke Hardware
Gerber Products Company
Gilliland Transfer Company
Greenwood Farms Dairy
Green lug Resort
Haveman Service Station
H. I. Heinz Company
Holton Feed Store
Home Town Super Market
Iron Fireman Sales G Service
Johnson Fuel G Builders' Supply Co.
Iones Sales G Service
Dr. R. B. Kring
Lakeside Fine Foods
Magee Mctor Sales
McCarty, C. M.
Pat McGowen's Super Service Station
Messinger, G. I.
Meyers Implement Sales
Michigan Bankers 6- Merchants Mutual
Fire Insurance Company
Michigan Produce Haulers
Miller Motor Sales
Max Monette Garage
Moyer's Dry Goods Store
Muskegon School oi Business
Old Estate Dairy
Old State Bank ot Fremont
Allie Paige's Super Sunoco
Palmer Drug Store
Pikaart's Department Store
Progressive Lumber Company. Inc
Reber. A. P. Company
Hedder Brothers Hardware
Reeman Hardware Company
Reeman Lumber G Insulation Co.
Reliable Auto Parts
Rich's Service Station
Sanitary Food Store
Seymour Radio Shop
Shell Service Station
Sherman Sport Shop
Siplon's West End Grocery
Standard Oil Company
Sunny Service Dairy
Thill Oil Company
Erwin Tinney Company
Vredeveld G Company
I. C. Wabeke G Son
The White Insurance Agency
Wilson Motor Sales
Wooster General Store
"An Education' is the Highway to ci
FREMONT HIGH OFFERS
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Business and Commercial Interscholastic Sports
Home Economics Physical Training
. LIBRARY EDUCATION
College Preparatory ADULT EDUCATION
Vocal Driver Training
In these days of stress and strain, there is a crying need for
the very best in Education. It is the best protection available for
normal living. In all oi lite's competition, education provides the
security necessary to normal development. It is each students'
responsibility to obtain the best education possible.
Graduates of 1949
WE ASSURE YOU OF OUR HEARTIEST
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
THE WHITE INSURANCE AGENCY
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE
10 So. Division Avenue Phone 630 Fremont, Mich.
MICHIGAN PRODUCE HAULERS' FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING
Haulers of Fruits and Vegetables A
Inter- and Intra-State
, Day and Night Phone
FAST, DEPENDABLE REFRIGERATED SERVICE 10
Phone: Fremont 165
36 East Main Street
Gail Iewell, Manager
H. J. HEINZ COMPANY
IN FREMONT SINCE 1901
Phone 57 221 N. Mechanic
THE GREEN JUG RESORT
Where M-20 Meets Robinson Lake
Cabins Camping Boats
The Wooster General Store
An annual subscription
The Packer Tales
insures the capture of every beat.
and allows each reader to con-
tinue to feel . . .
"The Pulse of Fremont High
THE GERBER BABY
Extends congratulations to the Seniors of Fremont High
School on the completion of their
course and graduation
Very Best Wishes for Every Success in the Future
No other place but America gives you these
opportunities . . . The obligation of all of
us is to see that Amercia is kept AMERICA
GERBEB PRODUCTS COMPANY
CONGRATULATIONS to the 1949 graduating class of Fremont
High School . . . We thank the students for their patronage of
the past and hope to serve you in the future.
FREMONT CAB COMPANY
"Always at Your Service"
Phone 656, Days 263, Nights
Congratulations to the
Class of 1949
FREMONT WHOLESALE CO.
221 W. Main St. Fremont, Mich.
IRON FIREMAN SALES
STOKER AND OIL-FIRED HEATING UNITS
C. H. MESSNER
128 W. Main Phone 88
FREMONT FINANCE COMPANY
16 S. Division Ave. Phone 774
Dedicated to the
Seniors of Fremont
Class of 1949
Best wishes and continued success in any endeavor or persuit
you may choose to follow in the coming years.
THE PHYSICIANS, LAWYERS AND
OPTOMETRIST OF FREMONT
L. I. GEERLINGS, M. D. M. P. COSGROVE, OPT. D.
WILLIS GEERLINGS, M. D. WILLIAM I. BRANSTROM
DEAN W. HARRIS, M. D. HARRY D. REBER
B. L. MASTERS, M. D. I. DONALD MURPHY
I. PAUL KLEIN, M. D.
24 E. Main Phone 343
Class of 1949
For 54 years we have furnished F.H.S.
Students with Clothing and Furnishings of
Quality. We hope to continue for
many more years.
Home of Quality Clothing for Students
HOME COOKED MEALS
SHORT ORDERS . . . HOME MADE PIES
THE GRADUATING CLASS OF '49
Carl H. Iohnson
SUNNY SERVICE DAIRY
FREMONT DAIRY BAR
Phone 454 Z7 West Main Street
"We11Done On This One Job"
The Fremont State Bank is proud of our school and its students. This bank has
always actively supported the development of constructive things for this
We also want to assist you students, too, in your all-around development.
Our job is the development of thrift. That is an important trait in everyone's life.
We can help you do that. No matter what you eam, save part of it.
Our Savings Department is open to you. Come in and set another foundation
stone in your life by starting your savings now.
You are finishing one job well: start another one in the same manner.
FREMONT STATE BANK
Ben Franklin Store
NATIONALLY KNOWN . . . HOME OWNED
YOUR FAVORITE VARIETY STORE
LARGE MERCHANDISE ASSORTMENT
Acquire the habit of shopping at your
Ben Franklin Store first
B. L. FROEHLE, Owner
GROCERIES . . . MEATS . . . DRY GOODS The Turn of a Bad Wheel
No Parking Problem May Mean DEATH
BEN c. mms, Prop. Play Safe . . . Get Your Car
Phone 7102-F-zz REEMAN, MICH. B E A R ' A L I G N E D I
SHELL SERVICE STATION
0 Gasoline 412 W. Main St.
' Motor Oil
' Firestone Tires and
Accessories KLAAS OOSTERHOUSE
nnucxmzn is Hswirr
Graduates of 1949
The officers and directors of the OLD STATE BANK congratulate you and wish
you continued success in your future plans.
Whatever career you may follow, a relationship with a progressive bank will
prove to be of considerable benefit.
A member of the faculty of one of this country's leading educational institutions
who has just retired, wrote recently: "My experience has taught me that the
best and safest way for the average person to attain a measure of financial
security is through steady and systematic saving."
A cordial invitation is extended to you and all students and faculty members to
utilize the complete facilities available at this bank.
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Wm I' Branstrom 'Z' H. Schuiteman
Cornelius Gerber V 1 3: li ff A Erwin Tinney
Frank Gerber A B. Vander Meulen
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THE OLD STATE BANK
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Member ot Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
CLASS or '49
You Seniors did a splendid job
In planning this fine book:
You'll turn its pages many times
And have another look.
To bring back memories of old
Those grand schoolmates of thine,
We wish a future of success
To class of forty-nine.
SUPER SERVICE STATION
State at Main Street
ORRIN - IIM - HARVEY - RONALD - LEON - PAT
"Congratulations, Seniors of '49"
"Meet Us for Better Meats"
Meats - Groceries - Produce
Telephone 38 5 West Main
Pikaart's Department Store
"The Largest Department Store in
' DRY GOODS
H I - L I T E S
"The Highlights of Buying and Selling"
' Iob Duplication
' Rubber Stamps
' Sign Painting
Redder Bros. Hardware
Nick and Corneil Redder, Props.
New and Used Furniture at Prices
You Can Afford
Auctioneer Service that Satlsfies
Phone 293 Fremont, Mich.
Seniors of 1949
"PORTRAITS OF DISTINCTION"
We earnestly endeavor, at all times, to produce the finest
photography possible . . . that future years may reflect the
joy of possession.
516 Phoenix St. - Phone 977
1907 S. Division - Phone 5-9473
Standard Oil Company
I. C. DYKMAN, Agent
MAX MONETTE GARAGE
DODGE AND PLYMOUTH SALES
Phone 2101 Holton, Mich.
For Fresh Eggs, Dressed Poultry and
Quality Baby Chicks, try
Cook's Poultry Farm 8. Hatchery
East End of Main Street
Ed Cook Willis Breuker
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ENJOY THE DIFFERENCE
The road to greater FREEDOM, HEALTH and HAPPINESS leads to the
modern All-Electric home. Here you will really find greater freedom
from work and worry.
Today's All-Electric home, with its many automatic labor-saving elec-
tric servants, offers you the ultimate in comfort, convenience, and
economy . . . and happier, better living.
CONSUMERS POWER COMPANY
Gee 8: Lubke Hardware if
Hardware and Sporting Goods
Easy Wash Machines
Shakespeare Tackle from
Benjamin Moore Paints ,
Hoosier Pumps ICE CREAM PARLOR
OLD ESTATE DAIRY
REEMAN LUMBER 84 INSULATION
IAKE REIMINK, Prop.
23 W. Main Street Fremont, Mich.
FREMONT BARGAIN STORE
Linoleum, Wall Paper, Paints
46 West Main
IOHN SCOTT HERMAN LUCHIES
15 East Sheridan
E. B. GRISWOLD, Prop.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 1949
MOYER'S DRY GOODS STORE
32 W. Main Phone 626
VALLEY LEA BUTTER
Riteway Milking Machines
Separators and Dairy Equipment
Sales and Service
Phone 185 Fremont, Mich.
All Forms of
GRADUATES OF 1949
FREMONT ELECTRIC SERVICE
Franchised Dealer of
PHILCO and G. E.
Sales and Service . . . Electrical Contracting
THE HENDRIE AGENCY
When in need of any type of
insurance protection, or a
surety bond, see us.
JOHN DOK 28 W. Main St. Phone 750
S A N I T A R Y
. SUPER SUNOCO STATION
C L E A N E R S Gas, Oil. Lubrication
Washing and Simonizing a Specialty
THE CAMERA CENTRE
Cameras and Supplies . . . Photo Finishing
Movie Equipment and Rentals
24 W. Dayton Phone 24 18 W. Main Street
We wish you success in the future and thank you for
your past patronage.
We have served Fremont High School students for
52 years and you will continue to find a courteous
welcome at our store.
A. P. REBER COMPANY
Men's Clothing Specialist
MICHIGAN BANKERS 6.
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
40 W. Sheridan
DETERS 5-'IO and BAZAAR
Headquarters since 1917 for
' Special Occasion Cards
HAVEMAN SERVICE STATION
OLD DUTCH PRODUCTS
HENRY HAVEMAN. Prop
Congratulations . . .
and Best Wishes
. . . to the 1949
Phone 159 540 W. Main
SER V I CE
Congratulations to the Graduating Class
ED'S BARBER SHOP
Ed Cowley, Prop.
A Gift or Corsage for that
One-half Mile West of Fremont Phone 538
J. C. WABEKE 81 SON
583 - Telephones - 350
SHELLANE BOTTLE GAS
Congratulations to the Class of 1949
DR. R. B. KRING
314 E. Main Phone 262
MILLER MOTOR SALES
F REMON T
OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT
A Quality Product at a Fair Price
JONES SALES and SERVICE
HOME TOWN SUPER MARKET
GROCEBIES and MEATS
22 East Main Sireet
GEORGE HAVEMAN. Prop
Congratulations to the
Graduates of 1949
FLORAL and NURSERY
FLOWERS BY WIRE
Robert H. Thayer Phone 368
Progressive Lumber Co.
Fuel and Building Materials
Manufacturers of Wood Work
Phone 11 220 N. Mecha
CRANDELL G' ENSING
Phones: 310 and 123-R
EVANS REALTY COMPANY
to Students of Fremont
B R O W N I E ' S
GRILL and DAIRY BAR
Service Station . . . Sunoco Gas and Oil
On M-20 at Holton
WILSON MOTOR SALES
DESOTO and PLYMOUTH
SALES and SERVICE
Phone 156 Fremont, Mich
SMITH HARDWARE C A V A N A U G H
We Clean and Press
ALMER and sos "
SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION
Groceries and Fresh Dressed Meats
Best Wishes to 1949 Graduates
G. J. MESSINGER
Goodyear Tires and Batteries
FREMONT PHONE 32 MICHIGAN
LAKESIDE FINE FOODS
Quality Groceries and Meats CONGRATULATIONS
HAROLD H. BREUKER
At Fremont Lake Phone 595 SENIOR CLASS
RICH'S SERVICE STATION
GASOLINE FUEL OIL
Wholesale and Retail S H 0 E C R A F T, S
R. EENIGENBERG W. I. SCHURKAMP
MAGEE MOTOR SALES
FORD SALES - SERVICE
K I M B A R K I N N
Meet Your Friends
Compliments of Coffee
BERT'S MARKET E
Q. S. Sfore
GBOCERIES MEATS FRANK "BUD" SPAHR
CURING and SMOKING Owner
Phone 7102-F31 Reeman, Michigan
BISHOP GENERAL STORE
HOLTON FEED STORE
Feed . . . Seed . . . Fertilizer
Building Material Farm Machinery
Corothers 8: Dahlstrom
830 W. Main Phone 475
Fremont Tractor Sales
232 West Main Street
McCormick Deering Implements
Phone 159-W 20 S. Division
C. M. 1VICCc1rtY
General Motors Trucks
ERWIN TIN NEY
Erwin . . . Clayton . . . LaMonte
R A D I O S H O P
Sales and Service
Phone 403-W 11 West M
Congratulations to the Class of '49
We wish you Happiness
and Continued Success
BAARS DRUG STORE
A Good Place to Trade
6 West Main FREMONT
FREMONT FARM EQUIPMENT
Tractors and Machinery
M. L. MORNINGSTAR R. I. WOLFSEN
Phone 597 16 E. Sheridan
MEYERS IMPLEMENT SALES
Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class
of 1949 of Fremont High School
Iohn Deere Tractors and Fann Equipment
New Idea Farm Equipment . . . Bean Sprayers
DeLaval Dairy Equipment
Congratulations to the Graduates of 1949
A Growing Fremont Enterprise
FREMONT RAG AND METAL
Dealers in Scrap Metals
Corner of Sheridan and Mechanic 12,7 W. Elm Phone 682
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CONGRATULATIONS TO GRADUATION CLASS OF 1949
OF FREMONT HIGH SCHOOL
We wish you success and happiness in your plans for the future.
We invite you to see us, if we can serve or assist you in any way.
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DEUR CHEVROLET COMPANY
Cars - Trucks - Tires - Accessories
Auto Owners Insurance
Congratulations to the Seniors
FREMONT FEED COMPANY
MH. and Mas. G1-IRRIT ZAGERS
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H. D. BOTTMAN WILLIAM SPEET
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FUEL rr BUILDERS' SUPPLY COMPANY
COAL . . . ICE . . . BUlLDER'S SUPPLIES
REEMAN HARDWARE CO.
SPORTING GOODS REFRIGEBATORS Refflgefated Lockers
Reeman, Mich. Phone 7128-F-14 I
Birds Eye Frozen Fruits and
Vegetables - Fresh Meats
See the Finest . . . See Frigidaire I
WHOLESALE . . . RETAIL
Sales and Service
TED CRANDELL, Manager
Phone 502 22 West Main
Congratulations to the
Class of 1949
For the gifts you will give with pride
let your jeweler be your guide
Congratulate and wish a great
amount of success to, every
member of the class of '49.
VREDEVELD 84 COMPANY
A Popular Store with Nationally
PERMITTED LONG DISTANCE CARRIERS
Winch Truck Service
We Specialize in Long Distance
Phone 138 21 W. Sheridan St
FREMONT LUMBER Cr FUEL CO.
BETTER FOR BUILDING
BETTER FOR BURNING
5'P"oN'5 nAKE's QUALITY SERVICE
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Phone 245 ir
413 West Main
Frozen Food Lockers
The BRUNSWICK. MICHIGAN
FREMONT TIMES-INDICATOR Phone: Holton 3534
Phone 100 44 W. Main
Nationally Advertised Lines of
COATS - SUITS - DRESSES - SWEATERS
BLOUSES - SKIRTS - and ACCESSORIES
Phone 200 FREMONT
+ WATCHES and DIAMONDS
Compliments of East Mai?
R. H. CURLEY
Flowers for All Occasions . . .
+ FLOWERS BY WIRE
514 East Main Phone 376
Congratulations and Best Wishes
to the Graduating Class of 1949
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ANGELICA'S EAT SHOP
Open 5:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Closed on Sundays
THILL OIL COMPANY
We Give SGH Green Stamps
Cities Service Petroleum Products
MQt1e R9beI Holton, Mich. zoos Lake Ave
Phone 2361 North Muskegon
Cclrcljon Chemical Company, Inc.
and Best Wishes to the Graduating
Class of 1949
RELIABLE AUTO PARTS
SANITARY FQQD STQRE Automotive Parts and Accessories
Machine Shop Service
GBOCERIES and MEATS
+ Opposite Post Office
Home oi Good Eats
I. E. SCHUITEMAN E. BULTMAN
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Congratulations . . .
To the Fremont High School Graduation Class
of 1949 for their industry and thoughtfulness
in continuing the publication of the
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