Fremont High School - Mogul Yearbook (Fremont, MI)
- Class of 1952
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THE MDGUI. STAFF and MOGUI. CLUB
THE T952 SENIOR CLASS
FREMONT HIGH SCHOOL
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During our four years of high school, we,
the Seniors of 1952, have received much
advice and cooperation from you, Mr. Kraai,
as a teacher and a friend. lt is for these
reasons that we wish to dedicate our 'final
high school contribution, the Mogul, as an
expression of our sincere gratitude to you
for the help you have so willingly given us.
Mr. Kraai is attempting to persuade some
students to try their luck at guessing the
number ot peas in the iar for his carnival
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Mr. Bultmcn, our principal, and his
secretary, Mrs. Gebrocd, are setting up
a tentative schedule for the events of
Mr. Dell, the superintendent of our school, is in the midst of his daily
routine of tronsocting some of the school's affairs.
Donald Murphy ........................,.,.......................A.....,,.........,.... President
Arthur Palmer ......
Richard Dobben ..,...
Lester Janes A,7..,........
Edward Essebaggers ....
Elwyn Dell .,.......,.......
Fremont High School is particularly honored in having the interest and under-
standing of the members of its school board. They have contributed much to the
success of our school.
We deeply regret the death of Lambert Lambers, who has held the office of
Secretary for the past year.
Mrs. Curren, secretary to Mr. Dell,
continues to offer her friendly and
courteous services to the faculty. Her
student assistant is Betty Wright.
Books for outside reading
are the topic of discussion
when the English Department
members, Fay Adair, Jack Fos-
heim, Neva Orr, Rosalie Walsh
and Geraldine Randall, meet
in the Library.
The Social Science Department, com
posed of Norman Parker, Robert Kraai
Ruth Van Horn and Walter Kennedy
gathers for an informal discussion of com
Members ofthe Music Department,
Eldon Durkee and Henrietta Hartsuiker,
check over their instruments before prac-
Rex Provines, Biology teacher,
prepares a sample for a micro-
scopic viewing. Watching him is
Elmer Christenson, who teaches
Geography, and Henry Moes, the
Chemistry and Physics teacher.
Eleanor Phillips checks a calcu-
lator as members of the Commer-
cial Department, Donald Gebraad
and Esther Elmquest look on.
A slight pause in the activities of the day
finds Ethel Bowman sewing curtains and
Ruth Sayles looking through a new recipe
In the gymnasium, Theo Guillaume,
girls' physical education teacher, is
showing some students the one hand
push shot in basketball.
Another session student is receiving help
from Mrs. Dell, the afternoon senior session
Our school nurse, Mrs. Willis, talks with
two of the students about the care of scarlet
Mrs. Davis, the senior session teacher during the
morning, is helping one of the students with her English.
Coaches Emerson Grossman,
Lloyd Hartman and John Fleming
are found discussing new football
tactics for the team.
Bernard Jardot, Gerald Dellen-
bach, Veterans' Agriculture In-
structors and Lyle Myers, Voca-
tional Agricultural teacher, look
over grass samples with William
Layton, also a Veterans' Agricul-
Olin Seymour, our school me-
chanic, goes under the hood to
fix one of the busses.
BOB STOCKING PHIL FRY
STUDENT COUNCIL STUDENT COUNCIL
President ..w.w...Y....,,.....,,,....,............ Maynard DeKryger
Vice-Presidenr .... ...... C huck Witteveen
Secretary ,,,,... .,V. S ally Wanenmacher
Treasurer ,,...V.,.,.,.... ........ K enneth Frens
Assistant Treasurer .,,, .,,, B urton Wolters
CAROL MURPHY MARJORIE MOORE CHARLES WITTEVEEN
Co-Valedicforian SaIuIcIorian Co-Voledidorian
DONNA MAY BARTON "Donnie"
"Men may come and men may go but
I go on forever."
Senior Activity Club l yr.: Hobby Club
l yr.: Book Club 2 yrs.: Glee Club 2
yrs.: Junior-Senior Banquet Committee:
Honor Banquet l yr.
PAUL E. BITSON
"He is as unchangeable as the hills."
F. F. A. 4 yrs.
LORRAINE FAITH BORGMAN
"Nothing is impossible to a willing
G. A. A. 3 yrs.: Girls' Sports Club l
yr.: Dromatics Club l yr.: Pep and
Cheer Club l yr.: Senior Activity Club
l yr.: Glee Club l yr.
WILLIAM CARMICHAEL "Bill"
"I never trouble trouble, 'till trouble
Transfer from Zellwood High School,
Florida '5l: Mogul Club: Honor Banquet
BERYL KAY CLEMENS
"Man's love is a thing apart, 'tis a
womon's whole existence."
Science Club l yr.: Pep and Cheer Club
4 yrs.: President '5l: Cheerleader 6
yrs.: Junior Play Cast: Junior-Senior
Banquet Cost: Honor Banquet 3 yrs.
PEGGY BEELER "Peg"
"Bare hands grip success better than
kid gloves do."
Dramalics Club 2 yrs.: Figurine Club l
yr.: Co-op Club l yr.
"A girl who blushes is better than
one who turns pale, and I do some
G. A. A. l yr.: Girls' Soorts Club l
yr.: Camera Club l yr.: Current Events
Club l yr.: Mogul Club: Mogul Staff:
Packer Tales Staff: Junior Band 2 yrs.:
Maiorette 6 yrs.: Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee: Honor Banquet 2 yrs.: Senior
ROBERT BULTMAN "Bull"
"Half asleep . . . with education."
Football 3 yrs.: Basketball 2 yrs.:
Baseball 4 yrs.: Track l yr.: "F" Club
3 yrs.: Mogul Club: Mogul Stott: Senior
Band A yrs.: Senior Choir l yr.: Junior-
Senior Banquet Cast: Honor Banquet 2
PHYLLIS CHENEY "PhyI"
"A gentle voice is always admired."
Transfer from White Cloud '5l: Mogul
Club: Mogul Staff.
"She does her part with a willing
F. H. A. 2 yrs.: Camera Club l yr.:
Co-op Club l yr.: JuniorfSenior Banquet
LAVON CRAWFORD "Shorty"
"The best things come in little pack-
Drarnatics Club I yr., Girls' Sports Club
2 yrs.g Co-op Club I yr.g Glee Club I
"One can tell the wheels in his head
by the spokes that some out of it."
Science Club 2 yrs.g Hanger Talk Club
I yr,p Mogul Clubg Saohomore Class
Secretaryg Junior Class VicevPresidentg
Senior Class Presidentg Mogul Stoffg
Senior Band 2 yrs.g Junior Play Costg
Junior4Senior Banquet Castg Honor Ban-
quet 3 yrs,g Senior Play Cast.
DONALD DEZINSKI "Don"
"Don't try to estimate what there is
in a quiet fellow."
Fish and Game Club 4 yrs.
RICHARD DIX "Rich"
"He being in love forgot to garter
Camera Club I yr.5 Band Club 3 yrs.g
President '4Bg Orchestra 2 yrs.g Senior
Band 6 yrs.: Drum Maior 2 yrs.g Junior
Play Castg Junior-Senior Banquet Cast:
Honor Banquet 2 yrs,
ARNOLD E. DOUGAN "Arnie"
"He used to be hashful an'd shy, but
Baseball 2 yrs,g Fish and Game Club I
yr.g "F" Club l yr,g Co-op Club I yr.y
Student Council Representative I yr.g
Junior-Senior Banquet Castp Honor Ban-
quet 2 yrs.
DENNIS DAWE "Denny"
"The greatest ot men may ask o
foolish question now and then."
Football 4 yrs.g Basketball I yr.g Track
A yrs.: Junior Science Club 2 yrs.g "F"
Club 2 yrs.
IOYCE DEWEY "Stupe"
"I wouldn't be good it I could."
Music Appreciation Club I yr.g F. H. A.
2 yrs.g Co-op Club I yr.5 Senior Choir
DIANNE IOYCE DIETZ "Ditto"
"Her enthusiasm knows no bounds."
Girls' Sports Club I yr,g Knitting Club
I yr.g Dramotics Club I yr.g Senior
Activity Club I yr.: Honor Banquet I yr.
CHARLEY DORE "Chuck"
"Questions don't bother me, it's the
Football 2 yrs.g Fish and Game Club 2
yrs.g "FR" Club I yr.p Rod and Gun
Club I yr.
VIOLET DRAKE "Vi"
"High schools have their delight, but
they can't :ompare with high school
F. H. A, I yr.: Co-op Club I yr.: Fish
and Game Club I yr.: Junior-Senior
MARILYN DRYER "Mickey"
"Onward, the night has iust begun."
Girls' Sports Club I yr.: Pep and Cheer
Club I yr.: Science Club I yr.: F. H. A.
THELMA ENSING "Tilly"
"Dependable as time itself."
Collectors Club I yr.: F. H. A. 2 yrs.:
Co-op Club I yr.
PHILIP FRY "Phi1"
"Argue, argue early and late . . .
it a line were crooked he'd make
Football 2 yrs.: Co-Captain '5l: "F"
Club I yr.: President '5I: Camera Club
I yr.: Band Club 2 yrs.: President '50:
Junior Class President: Student Council
Representative I yr.: Vice-President '5I:
Orchestra 3 yrs.: Senior Band 6 yrs.:
Junior-Senior Banquet Cast: Honor Bane
quet 3 yrs.
"Quiet in appearance with motives
Fish and Game Club 4 yrs.
MARY IO GILLILAND
"I am willing to be convinced, but
find the person that can do it."
Drarnatics Club 3 yrs.: President '5l:
Girls' Sports Club I yr.: Mogul Club:
Student Council Representative 3 yrs.:
Forensics 2 yrs.: Orchestra 4 yrs.: Sene
ior Choir 3 yrs.: Honor Banquet 3 yrs.:
Girl Scouts 7 yrs.: Senior Play Cast.
"Yet his brow is always thoughtful
and his eye is calm and stern."
Hunting and Fishing'Club I yr.: Sports
Club I yr.: Senior Science Club I yr.:
Rod and Gun Club I yr.
KENNETH FRENS "Ken"
"Wisdom is a treasure which none
can take away."
Fish and Game Club 3 yrs.: Co-op
Club I yr.: Senior Class Treasurer:
Honor Banquet 3 yrs.
IOSEPH R. GERDES "Ice"
"Long may his permanent wave."
Football I yr.: Basketball 3 yrs.: Stu-
dent Manager I yr.: Baseball I yr.:
F, F. A. 4 yrs.: Vice-President '5I.
IACK GILLETTE "Iackson"
"He turns his back on girls and then
Trock I yr.: Junior Science Club 2 yrs.:
Treasurer '49: Senior Science Club I
yr.: Co-op Club I yr.: President '5I.
ROBERT WILLIAM GRANT "Bob"
"All great men are dead and I don't
feel well myself."
Basketball 2 yrs.: Student Basketball
Manager I yr.: Football 4 yrs.: Collecs
tors Club I yr.: Dramatics Club I yr.:
Current Events Club I yr.: Mogul Club:
Student Council Representative I yr.:
Packer Tales Stott: Mogul Staff: Senior
Choir 2 yrs.: Junior Play Cast: Junior-
Senior Banquet Cast: Honor Banquet 2
yrs.: Senior Play Cast.
STANLEY GRISWOLD "Slan"
"It's a talent to conceal one's
Proiectars Club l yr.g Secretary '49,
Model Airplane Club 2 yrs.g Civil Air
Patrol Cadets l yr.g Honor Banquet 2
LORNA IEAN HAYS
"I will leave large tootprints on the
sand at time."
Camera Club l yr.: Girls' Sports Club
l yr.g Current Events Club l yr,g Co-op
Club l yr.g Senior Band 3 yrs.g Senior
Choir 3 yrs.g Junior Play Castg Junior-
Senior Banquet Cast, Honor Banquet 3
PEARL ANN HERSHEY
"I would rather be than seem to be."
Glee Club l vr.g Dramatics Club l yr.:
Needleworkers Club l yr.g Mogul Cluhg
Mogul Stalfg Honor Banquet 2 yrs.
CHARLES HOPKINS "Hollis"
"Tis a gay Iitep the first hundred
years are the hardest."
Basketball l yr.g Football l yr.g Fish
and Game Club l yr.3 Proiectors Club
3 yrs.g President '50.
"Fate tried to conceal him by naming
Fish and Game Club 'l Yr.p Junior
Science Club l yr,g Senior Science Club
l yr.g Mogul Clubg Junior Play Castp
Junior-Senior Banquet Committeeg Honor
Banquet 2 yrs,
TWILLIA HAUGHT "Tri"
"l iust can't make my eye: behave."
Transfer trom Monanguhela Township
High School, Mapletown, Pennsylvania
'50g F. H. A, l yr.
COHNETTA MARIE HEKHUIS
"May she never change, except in
Collectors Club l yr.g F. H. A. 2 yrs,g
Senior Activity Club l yr.
BETTY EVELYN HOMAN "EHS"
"She talks with her eyes."
G. A. A, 2 yrs.g Dramutics Club 2 yrs.g
Co-op Club l vr.g Glee Club lf2 yr.g
Orchestra 2-l,f2 yrs.g Honor Banquet 2
vrs.g Girl Scouts l yr.
WARREN JOHNSON "Iohnny"
"He has an eye tor color, especially
blondes, brunettes, and redheads."
Football 4 yrs, Basketball 3 yrs.: Base-
ball 4 yrs.g Track 2 yrs.: "F" Club 3
yrs.g Mogul Clubg Freshman Class Vice-
Presidentg Student Council Representative
3 yrs.g Cabinet '5lg Packer Tales Stott:
Mogul Stattg Senior Choir 2 yrs.g Junior
Play Castg Junior-Senior Banquet Castg
Honor Banquet 3 yrs.5 Bays' State '5lg
Senior Play Cast.
"Here's to the girl with a heart and
a smile who makes the bubble of
G. A. A. l yr.g Camera Club l yr.g
Girls' Sports Club l yr., Current Events
Club l yr.g Mogul Clubg Packer Tales
Stattg Senior Choir 2 yrs.g Junior4Senior
Banquet Castg Honor Banquet 2 yrs.
NANCY MAE KINGSFORD
"Nancy Moe and again' she may
Needleworkers Club I yr.: Knitting Club
I yr.: Dramotics Club I yr.: F. H. A.
I yr.: Secretory '5l: Orchestra 6 yrs.:
Honor Banquet 2 yrs.
ELLEN IEANNE KOLK
"And a gleam of gold laughed out
in every look."
Girls' Sports Club I yr.: Current Events
Club I yr.: Needleworkers Club I yr.:
Mogul Club: Senior Choir 3 yrs.: Junior-
Senior Banquet Cast: Honor Banquet 3
PATRICIA KUBICEK "Rusty"
"Tell me pretty maiden, are there
any more like you at home?"
Dramatics Club 2 yrs.: Mogul Club:
Senior Choir I yr.
SUSIE LEETH "Sue"
"On one she smiled ond he was
Science Club I yr.: Band Club I yr.: Pep
and Cheer Club I yr.: Mogul Club:
Senior Band 3 yrs.: Orchestra I yr.:
Packer Tales Staff.
LORA MAE LINDSEY "Shorty"
"With lifted head and dreamy eyes."
Music Club I yr.: Business Club I yr.:
Band Club I yr.: Co-op Club I yr.:
Orchestra I-IX2 yrs.: Senior Band 3-lf!
yrs.: Senior Choir 2 yrs.: Junior Play
Cost: Honor Banquet 2 yrs.: Senior
Play Cost. '
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BETTY IEAN KOLE "Bets"
"She certainly gets a kick
language Club I yr.: Book Club I yr.:
Hobby Club I yr.: Mogul Club: Glee
Club 2 yrs.: Mogul Stall: Junior-Senior
Banquet Cast: Honor Banquet
Senior Play Cost.
KENNETH KRAPP "Ken"
"Radio is his middle name."
Football I yr.: Hongor Tolk Club I yr.:
Ham Radio Club I yr.: Senior
Club I yr.: C. A. P. Club I yr
IOYCE LAISURE "Shorty"
"Her heart is not in her work: it's
F. H. A. 2 yrs.: Treasurer '5I: Science
Club 2 yrs.: Secretary '50: Honor Ban-
quet 3 yrs.
"A solemn face he ever keeps, but
Fish and Game Club 1 yrs.
MARLENE ANN LUCHIES
"Flirtations brown eyes are
ous things . . . often keep
Language Club I yr.: Variety
yr.: Co-op Club I yr.: Glee
yr.: Senior Band 2 yrs.: Honor
DAVID MANOR "Dave"
"I have fought a good fight and I
have finished my course."
F F A, 3 yrs., Fish and Game Club
MARIORIE MCDONALD "Margie"
"Quiet in class, but powerfully loud
Girls' Sports Club I yr., Pep Club I
yr, Senior Science Club l yr., Mogul
Clubg Honor Banquet 3 yrs.
"Why will men worry themselves so."
Baseball l yr.7 Fish and Game Club l
yr, F, F. A. 3 yrs.
"She can mix success and pleasure
with profit to both."
Homecoming Queen '51, Music Appreci-
ation Club l yr., Needleworkers Club
I yr., Band Club l yr.g Secretory '50,
Mogul Clubg Forensics 2 yrs.g Student
Council Representative l yr., Cabinet
5lg Mogul Staff, Orchestra 2 yrs.,
Senior Bond 6 yrs., Senior Choir 2 yrs.p
Junior Play Cast, Junior-Senior Banquet
Cast, Honor Banquet 3 yrs.
"She is full of good meaning and
Transfer from Holton High Srhnol '5lp
Senior Activity Club I yr., Senior Choir
LINDA MATTHEWS "Lin"
"An innocent face, but you never
Fish and Gome Club l yr., Pep and
Cheer Club I yr., F. H. A. 2 yrs.,
Junior-Senior Banquet Cast.
"The guide of life in common sense."
Girls' Sports Club l yr.g Music Appro-
ciotion Club l yr., Bond Club l yr,g
Mogul Clubg Frosh. Class Secretary and
Treasurerg Senior Bond 3 yrs., Senior
Choir 3 yrs.g Junior-Senior Banquet
Castg Honor Banquet 3 yrs.
"Quiet, but' subiect to violent out-
bursts of giggles."
Girls' Sports Club l yr.: Fish and Game
Club l yr.g F, H, A. 2 yrs., Honor Ban-
quet 3 yrs.
BEVERLY MILLER "Bev"
"She loves but one, she loves him
Girls' Sports Club l yr.g Music Appre-
ciation Club l yr., Current Events Club
l yr., Mogul Clubg Senior Band 3 yrs.g
Junior Play Cast, Honor Banquet 3 yrs,
MARGORIE MOORE "Marge"
"We wonder what she cannot do."
Dramotics Club I yr.5 Science Club I
yr.g Pep and Cheer Club 2 yrs., Mogul
Clubg Glee Club l yr.: Mogul Staffg
Senior Choir 2 yrs., Junior-Senior Ban-
quet Committeeg Honor Banquet 3 yrs.
"She put the' 'pep' in pepper."
Pep and Cheer Club 2 yrs.: Mogul Club:
Queen's Court '50.
ALLEN MURPHY "AI"
"He says little and thinks much."
Model Airplane Club 3 yrs.: Co-op Club
I yr.: Honor Banquet 2 yrs.
"You can bottle blondes, but red hair
Girls' Sports Club I yr.: F. H. A. I yr.:
Mogul Club: Senior Choir I yr.: Honor
Banquet 3 yrs.
IERRY OOSTING "lake"
"Who said hurry? Live slowly, it
Airplane Club I yr.: Band Club 3 yrs.:
Senior Band 6 yrs.: Orchestra I yr.:
Brass Quartet 3 yrs.: Junior Play Cast:
Honor Banquet I yr.: Senior Play Cast.
MARY ANN PENNINGTON
"She is always zheerful and never
blue. Some people are that way,
but only a few."
Business Club I yr.: Mogul Club: Junior-
Senior Banquet Cast: Girl Scouts 5 yrs.
"What's on your mind-it you'll
forgive the over-statement."
Fish and Game Club 3 yrs.: Proiectors
Club I yr.
CAROL MURPHY "Mutt"
"She burns the midnight oil, but not
always for study."
G. A. A. I yr.: Girls' Sports Club I
yr.: Camera Club I yr.: Current Events
Club I yr.: Mogul Club: Student Counril
Representative I yr.: Packer Tales Stott:
Orchestra 2 yrs.: Senior Choir 2 yrs.:
Maiorette o yrs.: Junior Play Cast:
Iunior'Senior Banquet Cast: Honor Ban-
quet 3 yrs.: Senior Play Cast.
MARIE A. OLSON "Me-Me"
"The girl worth while is the one who
will smile when everything goes
Girls' Sports Club 2 yrs.: F. H. A. 1
yrs.: Glee Club I yr.: Junior-Senior
WILLIAM HENRY PEKEL "Pic"
"A Hercules in disguise."
Football 4 yrs.: F. F. A. Basketball 4
yrs.: Proiectors Club I yr.: F. F. A. 3
yrs.: President '5l: Junior-Senior Ban-
SHIRLEY M. RASEY "Shirl"
"Did you ever see a pretty little girl
who was not willing to stop and
tlirt iust a little bit?"
Pep and Cheer Club I yr.: Girls' Sports
Club I yr.: F. H. A. I yr.: Mogul Club:
Orchestra 4 yrs.: Mogul Stott: Cheer-
leader 2 yrs.: Maiorette I yr.: Snack
Bar I yr.: Honor Banquet 2 yrs.
IAMES ROBERTSON "lim"
"Without music, lile would be a mis-
Junior Science Club 3 yrs.g Senior
Science Club l yr., Mogul Club, Student
Council Cabinet '51, Orchestra 5 yrs.,
Senior Choir l-lf! yrs., Junior-Senior
Banquet Cost, Honor Banquet 3 yrs.,
Senior Play Cast.
DAVID ROOSSINCK "Dave"
"The way to have a friend is to be
F. F. A, 4 yrs., Honor Banquet Cl yrs.
"She speaks less, for the things she
says are things worthwhile."
Collectors Club l yr., F. H. A. 3 yrs.g
Snack Bar l yr.
CATHERINE SCHRIER "Kay"
"One gay comment will set her bright
eyes to dancing."
Girls' Sports Club l yr., Current Events
Club l yr., Variety Club l yr., Mogul
Club: Mogul Stall, Honor Banquet 2 yrs.
IAMES E. SCHUITEMAN "lim"
"Friends, Romans, and Countrymen,
lend me your girls."
Football A yrs., Basketball 4 yrs.g Base4
ball 2 yrs., Track l yr., Junior Science
Club 2 yrs.g Treasurer '48 and '49g
Senior Science Club 2 yrs., Treasurer
50, Student Council Representative l
yr., Junior Play Cost, Junior-Senior Ban-
quet Cast, Honor Banquet 2 yrs.
ARNOLD ROGERS "Ame"
"Sometimes l sit and think, Some-
times I iust sit."
Fish and Game Club l yr., F, F. A. 3
ARNOLD R. ROTTMAN "Arnie"
"An othlete and a mighty one, who
plays until the game is won."
Football 2 yrs.5 Basketball 4 yrs., Base-
ball 4 yrs., Senior Science Club l yr.,
Sports Club l yr.g Secretary '49, "F"
Club 2 yrs., Sophomore Class Treasurer,
Junior Class Treasurer, Junior-Senior
Banquet Committee, Honor Banquet 3
CAROL LOUISE SABIN
"Small . . . but so is a stick ot
Pep Club l yr., Dramatics Club l yr,,
Variety Club l yr., Co-op Club l yr.,
Junior-Senior Banquet Cost, Honor Ban-
quet 2 yrs,
IAMIMA SCHRIER "Ice"
"Silence is one great nrt ol conver-
Pep Club l yr.g Senior Science Club l
yr., Girls' Sports Club l yr., Mogul
Club, Honor Banquet 3 yrs.
MICHAEL SCHUSTER "Mike"
"The perfect lover . . . He makes
Romeo look like a bashful boy."
latin Club l yr., Fish and Game Club
l yr., Senior Science Club l yr.g
Mogul Clubg Mogul Stott, Junior Play
Cast, Junior-Senior Banquet Cost, Honor
Banquet 3 yrs.g Senior Play Cast.
CHESTER E. SCOTT "Chet"
"My brain is a highway without
F. F. A, A yrs., Proiector Operator,
Senior Play Cost.
"Man has his will, but woman has
Pep Club l yr.p Variety Club l yr.g
President '49g Current Events Club l yr.g
Mogul Club, Student Council Secretary
'50, Senior Band 4 yrs., Senior Choir 2
yrs.5 Junior Play Castg Junior-Senior
Banquet Comrnitteeg Honor Banquet 3
BETTE IANE SNELLER "Betts"
"Laughing at this, laughing at that,
yet nobody knows what she's laugh-
Pep Club l yr.: F. H, A. 2 yrs.g Senior
Activity Club l yr., President '5lg
Mogul Club, Honor Banquet l yr.
ROBERT STOCKING 'Bob"
"In athletic sports he doth excel
And since the mark he hits so well
His aim in lite-ah who can tell.
Carnival King '51, Football 4 yrs.: Co-
Captain '51, Basketball 2 yrs., Baseball
l yr.5 Track 2 yrs.: "F" Club 3 yrs.g
Vice-President '50, Mogul Clubg Fresh'
man Class President, Student Council
Treasurer '49g Vice-President '50, Pres-
ident '5l, Packer Tales Staff, Mogul
Staff: Junior Play Cast: JuniorfSeniar
Banquet Castg Honor Banquet 3 yrs.,
Bays' State '51, Senior Play Cast.
GILBERT TANIS "Bud"
"Never do today what you can da
Junior Science Club 2 yrs., Senior
Science Club 2 yrs,
"She stays up nights trying to figure
out how she can get more sleep."
G. A. A. 3 yrs., Language Club l yr.,
Pep Club 2 yrs., Co-op Club l yr.
RALPH M. SMALLIGAN
"I may look slow, but iust wait 'till
I get started."
Mogul Clubg Mogul Staff.
"She's here, I heard her giggle."
G, A, A. l yr., President '49g Dramat-
ics Club I yr.g Girls' Sports Club l yr.,
Pep and Cheer Club I yr., Mogul Club,
Senior Band 4 yrs.g Junior-Senior Ban-
quet Cast, Honor Banquet 2 yrs.
RONALD STOCKING "Ron"
"My only books were woman's looks
And tolly's all they taught me."
Football l yr.: Student Manager 2 yrs.:
Basketball Manager l yr., Track Student
Manoger'l yr.g "F" Club 2 yrs., Mogul
Club, Student Council Representative 2
yrs.: Junior Play Caslg Junior-Senior
Banquet Cast: Honor Banquet 3 yrs.
MARVIN I. TANIS "Marv"
"We know little of him, but what
we know is good."
F, F. A. 4 yrs., Senior Band 2 yrs.
ROBERT TANIS "Bob"
"The harder I try to be good, the
worse l am."
Basketball l yr., ,lunior Science Club
2 yrs., Senior Science Club 2 yrs.,
Honor Banquet 3 yrs,
RONALD TAYLOR "Ron"
"One who says little, but takes in
Football 2 yrs., Baseball 3 yrs.: Fish
and Game Club 4 yrs., Treasurer '50p
Vice-President '51, Senior Band 4 yrs.,
Senior Choir 4 yrs,
FRED VAN DYKE
"With all his faults we love him still
and the stiller the better."
F. F. A. A yrs.g Junior-Senior Banquet
"She talks so incessantly that she
doesn't give the echo a fair chance."
Book Club l yr., Girls' Sports Club l
yr., Dramatics Club l yr.g Vice-President
50, Mogul Clubg Sophomore Class Vice-
President, Senior Class Secretary: Far-
ensics 2 yrs., Packer Tales Stall, Orches-
tro 4 yrs. Honor Banquet 3 yrs.
"Happy am l, from care l'm free.
Why aren't the rest contented like
Girls' Sports Club 2 yrs., Senior Science
Club l yr.g Mogul Club, Senior Band 4
yrs., Senior Choir 3 yrs., Honor Banquet
DONALD TAYLOR "Don"
"A patient man is a pattern lor a
Football l yr., Basketball l yr.g Base-
bull 3 yrs.: Track l yr., F. F. A. 4 yrs.:
Student Council Representative 2 yrs.g
Orchestra 3 yrs., Senior Band 2 yrs.,
Senior Choir 4 yrs.
DOROTHY O. TURNER "Dol"
"She's nat a flower, she's not a
pearl. 5he's iust a regular all
Music Appreciation Club l yr.p Science
Club l yr.g F. F. A. l yr., CO-OD Club
ESTHER RUTH VOGEI. "El"
"Smile and the world smiles with
Collectors Club 1 yr.: Secretary '48,
F. H. A, l yr., Dramatics Club I yr.g
Senior Activity Club l yr.g Glee Club
l yr.y Honor Banquet l yr.
BARBARA WECHSLER "Barb"
"A sensible girl is not so sensible
as she looks, because a sensible
girl has more sense than to look
Transfer from Central High, Tulsa, Okla.
'5l, Science Club l yr.g Mogul Club:
Student Council Representative l yr.,
Carnival Court '52, Mogul Stalfg Senior
DONALD WHITE "Don"
"Blessed is the man who invented
Football 3 yrs.g F. F. A, Basketball 3
yrs., Fish and Game Club l yr., F. F.
A. 3 yrs.
PATRICIA WILSON "Pal"
"The loter I get to school in the
morning the shorter the day."
BURTON I. WOLTERS "Burt"
"Tut, Tut, my boy . . . The girls
won't hurt you."
Science Club 2 yrs.: Hangar Talk Club
I yr.: Mogul Club: Senior Class Asst.
Treasurer: Junior-Senior Banquet Cost:
Honor Banquet 3 yrs.
BETTY LOUISE WRIGHT "Babe"
"She puts worries in o pocket with
a hole in it."
Science Club 2 yrs.: F. H. A. I yr.:
Co-op Club I yr.: Junior-Senior Banquet
Cast: Honor Banquet 3 yrs.
CHARLES E. WITTEVEEN
"He is a whole encyclopedia ot
Baseball 3 yrs.: F. F. A. I yr.: Sports
Club I yr.: "F" Club 2 yrs.: Mogul
Club: Sophomore Class President: Senior
Class Vice-President: Student Council
Treasurer '50: Cabinet '5l: Senior Choir
4 yrs.: Junior Play Cost: Junior-Senior
Banquet Cost: Honor Banquet 3 yrs.:
LAVONN E WOLTERS "Vonnie"
"Youthful she is-but toll . . . Her
only pleasure is fun for all."
G. A. A, I yr.: Girls' Sports Club I
yr.: Dramotics Club I yr.: Senior Science
Club l yr.: Mogul Club: Junior Class
Secretory: Student Council Cabinet '5l:
Mogul Staff: Senior Bond 4 yrs.: Senior
Choir 3 yrs.: Honor Banquet 3 yrs.
"Being good is an awful lonesome
Camera Club l yr.: Variety Club I yr.:
Current Events Club l yr.: Mogul Club:
Mogul Staff: Maiorette 6 yrs.: Senior
Choir 2 yrs.: Junior Play Cast: Junior-
Senior Banquet Committee: Honor Ban-
quet ? yrs.
'We , We Saw. We Z N
Four short years ago, 128 Freshmen romped
through the doors of Fremont High School, eager
to embark on the "sea of learning."
Under the direction of Miss Orr, Miss Bowman,
Mr. Juska, and Mr. Provines, this young crew organ-
ized as a class and elected their president, Bob
Stocking, vice-president, Warren Johnson, and sec-
retary-treasurer, lla McGowen. In order to insure
a good start on the Student Council, the class also
elected Mary Jo Gilliland, Carol Murphy, Ron Stock-
ing, and Don Taylor to represent them in affairs of
student government. The Freshmen made a "big
splash" in the field of forensics, with Sally Wanen-
macher, Pat Wilson and Lavonne Wolters as 1st,
2nd, and 3rd place winners respectively in the
declamation division of the local contest. Equally
determined not to be outdone socially, the class
sponsored two parties, the first was a game fest in
the gym followed by the usual refreshments. The
second took the form of a rollicking skating party
at Hess Lake.
The fall of '49 found 117 of us ready to begin
the second lap of our eventful iourney.
The class lost no time in naming Chuck Witte-
veen, president, Sally Wanenmacher, vice-president,
Maynard DeKryger, secretary, and Arnie Rottman,
treasurer, while Warren Johnson, ,Phil Fry, Bette
Messinger, and Jim Schuiteman comprised our con-
tribution to the Student Council. Moreover, one of
our members, Bob Stocking, held the office of
treasurer of the Council, to which position he had
been elected by the entire student body. Our
advisers were Miss Bender, Miss Springborg, Mr.
Provines, and Mr. Rapson.
This year several of our male members came into
the limelight in the field of athletics. Bob Stocking,
Warren Johnson, and Don White made the first
team in football, while Arnie Rottman gained a
berth on the varsity basketball squad. Other class
members took part in orchestra, band, choir, and
various extra-curricular activities. Our class also
maintained our hold on the field of forensics with
Mary .lo Gilliland taking first place in the declama-
tion division of the local contest and continuing on
to place first in the District Speech Contest at Hart.
The vear ended with the Sophomores serving at
the Junior-Senior Banquet and another skating
party, this time at Shelby.
Our group again disbanded in the spring only to
return the following fall and be enrolled under the
title of Juniors. The class elected Phil Fry, Maynard
DeKryger, Lavonne Wolters, and Arnie Rottman to
the offices of president, vice-president, secretary
and treasurer respectively. Warren Johnson, Mary
Jo Gilliland, Don Taylor, and Arnold Dougan were
chosen to represent the class in the Student Council,
while three of our members were elected to Council
offices. These were Bob Stocking, vice-president,
Mary Smalligan, secretary, and Chuck Witteveen,
This year our members with a dramatic turn were
given a chance to demonstrate their talents. This
demonstration took the form of the class play,
"Home Sweet Homicide."
Also this year two newcomers copped honors in
the field of speech. These were Bette Messinger
an.d Betty Wright who won 2nd and 3rd place
respectively for their orations. Pat Wilson, a veteran
of previous contests, placed first in the oratorical
contest, while Mary .lo Gilliland again won honors
in the field of dramatic declamations.
ln the spring, the Juniors were faced with the
annual task of creating a banquet for the Seniors.
With a helping hand from our advisers, Miss Elm-
quest, Miss Sayles, Mr. Parker, and Mr. Durkee, we
decided on the theme, "life of a Senior," and
presented the affair with great success.
Finally in the fall of 1951 came the year we had
all looked forward to: the year when we should
be enrolled as Seniors. To lead us in this last
eventful year, the class elected Maynard DeKryger,
president, Chuck Witteveen, vice-president, Sally
Wanenmacher, secretary, Kenneth Frens, treasurer,
and Burton Wolters, assistant treasurer. Mary Jo
Gilliland, Barbara Wechsler, Bob Grant, and Ron
Stocking were chosen to represent the Seniors on
the Student Council. The presidency of this year's
council was entrusted to Bob Stocking while Phil
Fry took over as vice-president. Betty Messinger,
Lavonne Wolters, Chuck Witteveen, Warren John-
son, and Jim Robertson were appointed to comprise
the president's cabinet. Our advisers remained the
same as during our Junior year with the exception
of Miss Van Horn who replaced Miss Sayles.
This year brought more Seniors into prominence
in the field of sports. Everyone will remember Arnie
Rottman for his outstanding performances in basket-
ball, while Warren Johnson, Bob Stocking, and Phil
Fry deserve recognition for their prowess on the
As we go to press, events are still in the future.
The Seniors are still looking forward to the Senior
Play, "Cheaper By The Dozen," the Junior-Senior
Banquet, the Honor Banquet, the trip to Lansing,
and last but far from least, their skip trip to Chica-
go. Soon after these events will come the Bacca-
laureate Service and finally Commencement, termin-
ating our years at Fremont High School.
For many of us the Commencement exercises will
mark the end of our formal schooling. For others,
it will be merely a take-off to higher education. But
no matter what the future holds for the 1952 grad-
uates, we will always carry with us the pleasant
memories of our years at Fremont High School.
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We, the Mogul Staff and Club of l952, would like to present this page as an expression of our
appreciation to you, Mr. Parker, without whose help we would have been completely unable to publish
such a successful yearbook.
Mr. Parker drives a stake into the ground
to hold up one of the tents the seniors used
at their Senior Sale.
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First Row: Wayne Robertson, Larry Austin, Glen Klomp, Claude France, Phil Fry-Co-Captain, Jim Gardner, Don
Carbine, Gerry Church. Second Row: Bob Stocking-Co-Captain, Larry Zandvliet, Larry Boerman, Roger Schulte-
man, Scott Holmes, Hugh Johnson, Don Taylor, Emerson Grossman-Coach. Third Row: Bill Pekel, Don Hendrie,
Louis Hooker, Tom Ford, Tom Dawe, Dick Miesen, Mike Schuster-Mgr. Fourth Row: Don While, Bob Grant, Jim
Schuiteman, Warren Johnson, Bob Bultman, Charles Dore, Dennis Dawe, Joe Gerdes.
Fremont 6 .... ..... H art 34
Fremont 2 .,,. Monistee l8
Fremont 6 ,... .. Evart I4
Fremont 0 ..e. Reed City 39
Fremont O .... Big Rapids 7
Fremont 0 .... ,.,.. N orth Muskegon 27
Fremont 0 ..,., ..,. A Ima 19
Fremont 6 ..... .... K azoo State 20
Varsity Coach Fremont O .... Ludington 39
The Fremont Packers, plagued by iniuries to key
players, were unable to score a victory over their
opponents this year. Coach Grossman started the
season with almost a completely inexperienced
team, having only four starters from the previous
squad. With spirit and enthusiasm reigning high
the Packers began an uphill battle which it looked
like they might overcome, until the iniuries began
The co-captains for this year, Bob Stock-
ing and Phil Fry, present the ball to Don
Carbine, the captain for next year.
to strike. Bob Bultman, Bob Grant, Warren John-
son, Dennis Dawe, and Bob Stocking, the fellows
that formed most of the nucleus of the team, re-
ceived iniuries which benched them for a good
share of the season. Although this year was not
successful, much experience was gained by the
underclassmen which will be helpful to them for
the next year's season.
First Row: Coach Hartman, Arnie Rottman, Manager Joe Gerdes. Second Row: Wyss Miller, Larry Austin, Herm
Kolk, Don Hendrie, Jim McMelIen, Bill Dok. Third Row: Mike Vanderzee, Jim Schuiteman, Hugh Johnson, Roger
Schuiteman, Warren Johnson.
The Fremont Packers ended the regular season with a
season record of 4 wins and ll losses. Graduating seniors
who lettered this year were Arnie Rottman, Jim Schuiteman and
Warren Johnson. This leaves many returning players 'for next
year's team. These returning players for next year are Hugh
Johnson, Wyss Miller, Herm Kolk, Roger Schuiteman, Mike Van-
derzee, Larry Austin, Jim McMeIlen, Don Hendrie and Bill Dok.
Possibly the high point of the season was the upset win
over a very strong Holland Christian five. Teams in the past
have furnished great players and the present team is no excep-
tion as it produced Arnie Rottman, one of the better players
in the state this year.
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First Row: Chuck Witteveen, Arnold Rottman, Warren Johnson, Jim McMellen. Second Row: Roger
Schuiteman, Mike Vanderzee, Herm Kolk, and
Ellis Deters. Not pictured: Bob Bultman.
The Fremont Packers baseball team, under the
supervision of Coach Grossman, w
ill play in the
newly organized Ken-new-wa League, which will
One of the returning lettermen, Jim Mc-
Mellen, takes a few practice swings before
advancing to the plate to take his turn at
consist of the following schools: Sparta, Zeeland,
Cedar Springs, Hudsonville, Coopersville, Comstock
Park, and Fremont. The eight returning lettermen
should help to develop a strong team that
might better last year's excellent record of
10 wins and 3 losses. ln addition to the
league games, the team has also scheduled
games with Newaygo and Whitehall with
four open dates remaining to be filled.
First Row: Bob Frantz, Phil Holcomb, Russel Evans, Phil Pennington, Larry DeMars, Clarence Mullett, Lee Hendrie,
John Sherman, Gordon Anderson. Second Row: Eugene Pawlowski, Richard Taylor, Dick Miller, Ray Hindes,
Robert White, Leroy Neibarger, Don Schrader, Roland Willis. Third Row: Ray Sharlow, Bob Nichols, Dave Smalli-
gan, Jim Sherman, Don Brinkman, Jack Gustman, Denny Ford.
Under the direction of Coach John Fleming the many of the fundamentals that will later help them
reserves played an 8 game schedule. Although on the varsity team. Many of these players should
their record wasn't too impressive in so far as give valuable assistance on the first team next year.
games won is concerned, still the team learned
First Row: Chuck Besemer, Vernon Taylor, Chuck Cederquist, Renard Zuwerink, Ron Stroven, Victor Stroven, Larry
Dean, Mark Anway. Second Row: .lerry Olson, Bill Rottman, Bill Culp, Jerry Brooks, Donald Banacka, lvan Boer-
man, Dale Putney, Jim Houghtaling, Duane Burt, Joe Wolters. Third Row: Ron Wescctt, Edsel Gordon, Scott
Fowler, Glenn Reineke, Marcus Griswold, Dale Jones, George Hysell, Bob Crandell, Bill Maynard.
What the Jitneys lack in size, they make up in hard with these boys to teach them the basic ideas
spirit and this was ably demonstrated in their sev- of football and in a few years they will be the
eral intra-squad games. Coach Kennedy worked Varsity.
First Row: Coach Fleming, Douglas Smith, Scott Holmes, Phil Pennington, Ray Shorlow, Buck Willis, Phil Holcomb,
Bob Hood. Second Row: Bob Wolters, AI Pugno, Don Trimble, Don Brinkman, Carl Euitendorp, Glen Klomp,
Larry Boerman, Jim Townes, Don White-Manager.
Under the supervision of Coach Fleming the re- reserves have played the some schedule as the
serves have worked on the fundamental principles Varsity, with victories over Big Rapids and Coopers-
of basketball in preparation for varsity ball. The ville.
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Second Row: Coach Fleming, Richard Taylor, Jim Gardner, Mike Schuster, Dennis Dawe.
Third Row: Buck Willis, Dick Miller, Larry Zandvliet, Don Hendrie, Gordon Anderson, Bill
The track team this year, completely inexperi- Under +he handicap of a poor track, the team,
enced except for one returning letterman, Dennis under the supervision of Coach Fleming, will do
Dawe, will compete in several dual meets plus the their best to create a winning season.
district and state meets.
First Row: Lora Lindsey, Lois Hendrickson, lla McGowen, Mary Smalligan, Donna Reed, Susan Leeth, Lois Wolters. Second Row:
Arlene Mellon, Gloria DeKuiper, Irene Schrier, Edsel Schuiteman, Roy Grave, Jerry Oosting, Vince VanderWerp, Marilyn Shriver,
Beverly Miller. Third Row: Allen Murphy, Joyce Ensing, Alma Galster, Alice Galster. Standing: Sara Jean Evans, Judy Loomis, Mr.
Durkee, Charlene Wade, Joyce Kolk, Richard Dix, Louis Hooker, Marvin Tanis.
Joyce Kolk, Carol Murphy, Marlene Zagers,
Judy Blandford, Charlene Wade.
The Fremont High School Band, under the baton
of Eldon Durkee, started its season by playing at
the lonia Free Fair. Included among their public
appearances was the Mass Band Day at the Uni-
versity of Michigan, the Spring Concert, and all of
the home games.
First Row: Jane Smith, llah Kay Wilson, Joanne Bultman, Mary Dursema, Mable Westenfelder, Bette Messinger. Second Row: Nancy
Meeuwenberg, Ray Shinew, Dorothy Kibart, Carole Speel, Joyce Kreps, Frances DeKryger, Bob Bultman, Lavonne Wolters. Third Row:
Don Hanson, Jim Sherman, Don Taylor, John Sherman, Maynard DeKryger, Marilyn Speel. Standing: Ron Taylor, Larry Brinkman,
Larry Nyson, Carol Murphy, Marlene Zagers, Judy Blandford, Larry Boerman, Phil Fry, Alan Sackett.
The band entered the District Band and Orchestra Festi-
val this year with some of its members playing solos at the
District Solo Festival.
A brass quartet composed of band members also played
for our Chapel Services.
The Fremont High School Senior Orchestra, under
the direction ot Eldon Durkee, ends its season with
performances during commencement week. Two of
its maior appearances are the Spring Concert and
val. In addition to these, the Orchestra also parti-
cipated in the presentation of Handel's Messiah
during the Christmas season.
String quartettes were formed from the Orchestra,
the Michigan High School Band and Orchestra Festi-
Mary .lo Gilliland
Mary Ellen Collins
Mary Ellen Jensen
and one entered the
Ilah Kay Wilson
Few organizations in school are better appreci-
ated than the Senior Choir and their numerous ap-
pearances before the student body were greatly
Mary Ellen Collins
Mary Ellen Jensen
appreciated by all. The choir also appears before
many other groups such as the Women's Club
First Row: Nancy Purcell, Janet Purcell, lrene Rynberg, Lois Jibson, Dick Graff, Karlene O'dell, Nancy Luchies, Berniece Robins. Second
Row: Elaine Brooks, Nancy VanZanten, Virginia Wissner, Virginia Snellcr, Grace Slagter, Marcia Betten, Marian Walsworth, Foster
Palmer, Allene Christotfersen, Cornelius DeKryger, Don Huisien, Bob Wolters, Duane Ridderman. Third Row: Eddie Graichen, lvan
Boerman, Lee Hendrie, Mr. Durkee, Frances Karnemaat, Marcus Griswold, Christine DeKryger, Gay Gerber, Diane Pugno, Bob Cran-
dell, Glenda Warren, Arlene Hoffman.
The Fremont High School Junior Band prepares its members for
entry into the Senior Band and gives them training and the oppor-
tunity to learn to cooperate with fellow students.
The Band Club, under the sup-
ervision of Mr. Durkee, discusses
the problems of the Music Depart-
ment and plays the music that
later will be given to the bands.
Kneeling: Vince Vanderwerp, Don Hansen, Jerry Oosting, Larry Brinkman, louis Hooker.
Standing: Richard Dix, Mr. Durkee, Mary Dursemo, Nancy Meeuwenberg, Arlene
Mellon, Edsel Schuiteman.
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First Row: Joan Vanderwerp, Alice Hoffman, Dacia Dawe, Doris Wade, Joyce McLennan, Gayle Mater, Mildred Lindsey, Mary Shell
Glenda Warren, Audrey Platt. Second Row: Arlene Wiseman, Marilyn Oosting, Katherine VanDyke, Dorothy Kibart, Mildred Kerns
Marilyn Prentiss, Jean Besemer, Sally Amily, Marie Schipper, Patsy Alfson, Mr. Adair. Third Row: Lorraine Ekkel, Karen Dunning
Mary Ellen Jensen, Carol Davis, Jean Kibart, Betty Johnson, Frieda Wright, Carolyn Hill, Maris Murphy, Carolyn Oswald.
The maior obiective of the club is to learn to appreciate good music-
classical, semi-classical, and popular. Each club period is devoted to the discussion
of some important composer or performer.
First Row: Shelby Hoppa, Dorothy Dewey, Arlene Halverson, Carroll Moran, Gay Gerber, Laura Simons, Diane Pugno, Dawn Leeth,
Thelma Teusink, Patsy Johnson. Second Row: Carolyn Teusink, Hope Borgman, JoAnn Drake, Janiece Essebaggers, Vicki Reineke,
Judy Loomis, Emma Jean Terrell, Helen Brown, Mr. Kroai. Third Row: Wilma Hilton, Jean Schornagel, Sharon Parkes, Frances Kings-
lord, DeAnne Maddox, Elaine Vogel, Winifred DeKryger, Carolyn Cosgrove, Gloria Staley, Joan Noble.
This club has tried to do some writing of poetry, essays, short stories and
other types of creative literature. If possible, the club would like to publish o
small booklet comprising all of the contributions made in the club.
Standing: Bill Dok, Sally Neilsen, Marian
Walsworth, Ken Rottier, Bruce Lindsay, Mary
Martinez, Hugh Johnson, Larry Zandvliet,
Sitting: Chairman at Assemblies, Lavonne
Wolters, Chairman of Publicity, Chuck Witte-
veen, Judy Loomis, Don Hendrie, Joan Scho-
Standing: Ran Stocking, Patrick Murphy,
Larry Boerman, Wyss Miller, Jim McMellen,
Bob Grant, Mary Jo Gilliland, Jane Smith,
Sitting: Allene Christaffersen, Phyllis Swan-
son, Barbara Wechsler, Chairman of Noon
Hour Program, Jim Robertson, Carnival Chair-
man, Warren Johnson, Chairman of Hall
Monitors, Betty Messinger, Gary Bennett,
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Seated: Donna Barton, Catherine DeBlock, Miss Orr, Carol Hart, Bernard Derks, Dick Lee, Delores Meeuwenberg, Donna Moore
Standing: Lynnie Ashcroft, Delores Halverson, Rose Ashcroft, Gilbert Pearson, Robert Kittle.
The main obiective of the Book Club is to get a better knowledge of good
books and to give book reviews. This year the Club was again sponsored by Miss
Seated: Miss Walsh, Miss Randall, Kathleen Wissner, Rhoda Jesty, Janice Millis. Standing: Janet Millis, Charlene Wade, Moreen
Mullet, Lois Jibson, Mary Ellen Collins, Beverly Tanis.
The students interested in foreign language have been encouraged to study
the fundamentals of different languages and customs of these countries. The club
is sponsored by Miss Walsh and Miss Randall.
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First Row: Dennis Vanderzee, Howard Witte, Don Taylor, Don White, David Manor, Joe Gerdes, Mr. Myers, Bill Pekel, Ken Boerman,
Dick Miesen, Wayne Robertson. Second Row: Norman Griffin, Edwin Cregg, Chester Scott, Leslie Hile, Jack Elema, Roger Crawford,
Keith Robertson, Jim Gardner, Bud Kemmerling, Carl Grabill, John Bird, John Esslinger, LaVerne Shell. Third Row: Arnold Rogers, Bill
Barton, Vic Pedersen, Paul Bitson, Fred VanDyke, Marvin Tunis, Fritz Meeuwenberg, Wilbur Jordan, Harvey Wolters, Keith Walsworth,
Mike Vanderzee, Gaylyn Monette. Fourth Row: Carl Boeskool, Melvin Meeuwenberg, Jerry Hoffman, Clare Tubbergen, Wayne Scott,
Gordon Oosterhouse, George Bunce, Richie Jordan, Joe White, Larry Austin, Dale DuBois, Paul Jennings, Duane Ridderman.
Again this year the Future Farmers of America
have worked toward their fundamental aim of de-
velopment of agricultural leadership, cooperation
and citizenship on the part of the different members
of the organization. The group participated in the
East Lansing Farmers Week and Fred VanDyke won
first place in the Hesperia District Speech Contest.
The organization again fielded a basketball team
which played several intramural contests.
First Row: Carol Darling, Delores Ashcroft, Joyce Laisure, Lois Zagers, Nancy Kingsford, Linda Matthews, Phyllis Zuwerink, Delores
Jones, Joann Smith. Second Row: Miss Sayles, Gloria Rottman, Toni Rupar, Phyllis McDonald, Barbara Shue, Barbara Deuling, Mary
Collins, Marilyn Buitendorp, Marilyn Meeuwenberg. Third Row: Lena Belle Hoppa, Freda Maclean, Judy Stettnisch, Geraldine Kloet,
Donna Shue, Marilyn Dryer, Charlotte Rottman, Fay Hendrie.
The Senior group of the Future Homemakers of America, under the leadership
of Miss Sayles, the homemaking teacher, includes girls who are interested in all
phases of home life.
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First Row: Marilyn Klinger, Patsy Brockhaus, Donna Curtice, Judy Holmes, Darla Barnhart, Sheryl DeWitte, Edna Diekema, Jane Car-
bine, Karen Lindsey, Roberta Hansen. Second Row: Judy Tozer, Jean Stettnisch, Ellen Getz, Roberta Holmes, Barbara Bouwsma, El-
dora Bunce, Helen Walker, Mary Martinez, Sharon Hayes, Miss Bowman. Third Row: Jeanette Dezinske, Carolyn Huisien, Sharon
Bird, Wilma Tucker, Marcia Oosting, Dorothy Robertson, Donna Beebe, Paulette Foster, Loretta Lampman, Rose Hayes.
This club consists of the Junior members of the Future Homemakers of America
and prepares them for further work in home economics.
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First Row: Marlene Borgman, Ruth Wade, Ellen Jordon, Marilyn Shriver, Marian Walsworlh, Eva Rupar, Anna Lee Fox, Lillian De-
Visser, Alwena VanDyke, llene Platt. Second Row: Belly Derks, Margaret Pell, Wanda Hottman, Joyce Robbins, Joanne Bultman,
Virginia Wamser, Betty Moon, Diane Leeth, Lois Wolters, Mrs. Hastings. Third Row: Alma Galster, Alice Galsler, Dixie Lee Vanden-
berg, Della Plaiser, Norma Vanderwall, Kay Fowler, Lois Deur, Irene Schrier, Betty Robart, Lorraine DeVisser, Ruth Blohm. Fourth
Row: Carol Hays, Wanda Headlee, Arlene Robins, Mary Ellen Hoppa, Janet Bell, Norma Jean Dickenson, Joyce Ensing, Janet Pur-
cell, Joyce Kreps, Nancy Purcell.
Students who are members of this club are especially interested in the field
of nursing and Mrs. Hastings has acquainted them with many features of the
profession. Their field trips have proven most valuable.
First Row: Vera Anderson, Bonnie Frees, Darlene Cook, Maxine Crawford, Carolyn Gingrich, Nancy VanZanten, Arlene Rasey, Pal
Cotrell, Barbara Sherman, Second Row: Belly Sabo, Joan Novac, Brenda Cook, Palsy King, Jean Kingsford, Donna Longcore, Doris
Gustman, Nancy Palmer, Karlene O'dell, Mrs. Willis. Third Row: Marilyn Smith, Alta Hinten, Susan Truman, Linda Patterson, Delores
McGrady, Betty Nieboer, Lois Palmer, Susan White, Janice Kyle, Shirley Deuling, Karen Peters. Fourth Row: Joan Scholanus, Palsy
Evans, Barbara Wakelield, Palsy Hawes, Kay Oosting, Shelia Purcell, Linda Stocker, Charlotte Brown, Carol McMullen, Beverly Robins.
Under the leadership of Mrs. Willis this club has also studied the problems
of nursing. Along with the Senior Future Nurses Club, the group also planned
several field trips.
Standing: Mrs. Geeting, Gloria DeKuiper, Miss VanHorn, Estella Bennett, Pearl
Roossinck. Seated: Frances DeKryger, Gail Wolters, Dick Casting, Billy Kingsfard,
Jill Smith, Vid Roe.
This year saw the beginning of a
new organization, the Future Teach-
ers Club, which was formed for
the purpose of helping students to
become better acquainted with the
teaching profession. This club was
sponsored by Miss Van Horn.
The senior class has many varied
and time consuming activities. Miss
Elmquest has worked with this club this
year with the purpose of promoting
some of these activities.
Standing: Esther Vogel, Faith B
Donna Barton, Betty Sneller, Elna
orgman, Dianne Dietz, Miss Elmquest. Seated
Moon, Connie Hekhuis.
The Junior Play, "Life of the Party," directed by
Mr. Fosheim was presented November I7 and 18.
This was a humorous and appealing study of mod-
ern youth and the modern family and the wise
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readiustments of the characters to one another and
to life. The play was well directed and many of
the characters were very well interpreted by the
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Jane Ann Nadeau
Elaine Tanis, Beverly Bruckner, Mr. Fosheim,
Jonel Hathhorn, Lois Tinney.
Donna Reed, Allen Sackett, David Grindell, Lois
Hendrickson, Linda Weisner, Carole Speel.
Standing: Mr. Fosheim, lloh Wilson, Phyllis Van-
Dyke, Lucille Holmes, Grace Slagler, Joyce Kolk,
Helen Speel, Janice Tindall, Marilyn Homan.
Sealed: Sally Neilsen, Carol Lubke, Jane Smilh,
Donna Kingsford, Mary Zagers.
Under the direction of Mr. Fosheim, the Dra-
malics Club has allempled to goin a working
knowledge of the basic fundamentals of acting.
It was their plan to give one or two one act
plays during the year.
First Row: Ellis Deters, Rog Schuiteman, Phil Fry, Herm Kolk. Second Row: Coach Grossman, Jim Schuiteman, Richard Foster, Jim Mc-
Mellen, Bob Buttman, Bob Stocking, Warren Johnson, Dennis Dawe. Third Row: Arnie Rottman, Don White, Larry Boerman, Glen
Klomp, Bob Grant, Tom Dawe, Scott Holmes, Hugh Johnson. Fourth Row: Charles Witteveen, Ron Stocking, Tom Ford, Don Hendrie,
Don Carbine, Charles Dore, Gerald Church, Claude France.
Under the supervision of the football coach, Emerson Grossman, the "F"
Club, consisting of Varsity letter winners, takes charge of all concessions during
games and furthers the athletic interests of the school.
First Row: Mr. Fleming, Bob Frantz, Bob White, Russ Evans, Larry DeMars, Phil Holcomb, Dick Miller, Roland Willis, Ray Sharlow.
Second Row: Dennis Ford, David Smalligan, LeRoy Neibarger, Bob Nichols, Marvin Bolles, Richard Taylor, John Sherman, Ray Hindes,
Jim Sherman. Third Row: Allen Borgman, Lee Hendrie, Don Schrader, Don Brinkman, Jack Gardner, Gordon Anderson, Phil Penning-
ton, Bob Wolters, Jack Gustman.
The "FR" Club is composed of boys who have won an award on the "B"
teams and reserves. This club, under the leadership of Coach Fleming, gives the
members a better chance to know their coach and the fundamentals of sports.
First Row: Mr. Kennedy, Scott Fowler, Duane Burt, Glenn Reineke, Charles Cederquist, Vernon Taylor, Victor Stroven, Joe Wolters.
Second Row: Ray Gerdes, Bob Crondell, Jim Houghtaling, George Hysell, Kenneth Rottier, Mike Reber, Dale Jones. Third Row: Larry
Dean, Marcus Griswold, Milton Herro, Bill Maynard, Burt Cutshaw, lvan Boerman, .lerry Dummer. Fourth Row: Renard Zuwerink, Dick
Sweezey, Bill Rottman, Dick Gallup, Jerome Filipiak, Jerry Olson, Laverne Young.
The Jitney Athletic Club, sponsored by Mr. Ken- the different sports plus actual participation in
nedy, is composed primarily of boys who have some. During May the club made its second annual
participated in .lunior High Sports. During the club trip to the Tulip Festival for an all day outing.
period the members discuss the fundamentals of
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Treasurer Mary Beth Fox
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Ruth Bolles, Barb Willis, Shirley Belder, Madelyn Vanderzee, Beverly Morse, Potty Montague, Sora Jean Evans, Barb Taylor, Mary
Beth Fox, Delores Tindall, Marcelline Beaudry, Ginger Hinton, Miss Guillaume, Evie Carrier, Maiewel Tucker, Kay Clemens, Hilda lranyi,
Arlene Belder, Shirley Kubicek, Sally Tanis, Joyce Lucas, Patsy Powell, Mary Ann Semenetz, Irene Rynberg, Janet Maynard.
The Pep and Tumbling Club has been a busy organization this year as it has
helped sponsor many of the pep assemblies plus working out many tumbling
exercises as pictured above.
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By popular vote ofthe student body, Bette Messinger was selected Homecoming
Queen. Her court consisted of Joan Schotanus, Maris Murphy, Jane Smith, Queen
Bette Messinger, Della Plaisier, Susan White.
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Out of the above group Bob Stocking and Marian Walsworth were chosen
Carnival King and Queen respectively, with Jerry Olson chosen Prince and Nancy
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The Co-op Club, under the leadership of Miss
Phillips, helps Seniors and Juniors maioring in com-
mercial subiects to obtain iobs during high school
and to train them for future work after they leave
school. The picture shows the members in the
different phases of their office work in actual iob
situations. During club period they discuss some
of the problems that have risen while on the iob.
Left Top: Seated: Carol Sabin, Arnold Dougan, Marlene luchies,
Marilyn Speet, Lorna Hays. Standing: Don DeWitte, Lora Lindsey.
Left Center: Joyce Dewey, Jack Gillette, Thelma Ensing, Jack
Romans, Betty Homan, Grace Betten, LaVern Nyson, Betty Dewey,
LaVon Crawford, Allen Murphy.
Left Bottom: Seated: Peggy Beeler, Pat Kubicek. Standing: Beve
erly Miller, Linda Matthews.
Below: Elaine Crawford, Violet Drake, Darlene Sharlow, Kenneth
Frens, Betty Wright, Jo Anne Myers.
First Row: Barbara Schuster, Christel Ripholz, Jon Miller, Betty Collins, Rachel Paulson, Arlene Hallman, Bill Culp, Anne Hekkema,
Richard Crandell. Second Row: Marcia Betten, Allene Christotfersen, Anna Gerwat, Florence Cushman, Bernard Kloet, James Witte,
Kenneth Westcott, Mr. Gebraad. Third Row: Doris Ferguson, Doris Mater, Marilyn Wissner, Charles Miller, Delores Lattin, Marian
Ditter, Harold Miller, Charles Besemer.
This club's obiectives are learning how to use the typewriter properly and to
become more adiusted socially. Mr. Gebraad is the sponsor of this club and Jon
Miller is its president.
First Row: Mrs. Campbell, Karen Klinger, Howard Westcott, Sonia Shinew, Pearl Jordan. Second Row: Patsy Austin, Shelby
Westbrook, Sarah Hart, Sheryl Allsen, Harriet Kerns, Caroline Westerman. Third Row: Edwin Fisher, Paul DuBois, Leon
Homan, Ron Stroven, Bill McNeil, Joan Douville.
This club, under the leadership of Mrs. Campbell, wishes to promote better
manners among the teenagers and help others, who aren't in the club, to do so.
Under the leadership of Mr. Pro-
vines, the Junior Science Club has
promoted many interesting scientific
experiments during the year plus
going on several field trips. Social
life was not forgotten since the
club had a very enioyable Christmas
Seated: Tom DeVanney, Mr. Provines, Cornelius DeKryger. Standing: Elinor Cook,
Patrick Murphy, Edwin Visscher, Don Hendrie. Raymond Burdi, Richard Wolters,
Gordon Witte, Berniece Robins, Edith Ekkel, Don Tumele.
O F F I C E R S
President s,,, Ken Schuiteman
Vice-President ,, .lerry Baars
Secretary . Wanda Arnold
Treasurer . . , George DuPont
Seated: Jerry Baars, Ken Schuiteman, Wanda Arnold, George DuPont. Standing:
Jo Ann Knuver, Frances Karnemaat. Christine DeKryger, Ellen Lummen, Nancy
Luchies, Keith Robertson, Gary Host.
The Science Club has enabled
students interested in scientific
research to promote better under-
standing of the phenomena of
chemistry and to develop their
interests in scientific subjects. This
Club was sponsored by Mr. Moes.
Mr. Moes, Jean Carpenter, Connie Sherman, Gilbert Tunis, Jean Kronewitter, Jim
Schuiteman, Bob Tanis, Arnie Rottman, Larry Boerman, Kay Sheppard, Vionne Gilbert.
Lawrence Heath, Clarence Mullett, Terry Darling,
Jim Wilkinson, Gary Bennett, Gary McNeil, Les-
lie Kolk, Carl Murphy, Vance Harris, Douglas
Wright, Ken Host, Keith Esseboggers, Fred Jones.
The main obiective of this club is
the encouragement of the hobby of
model building' Gordon Willis, Loren Drogoo, Jerry Brooks, Aaron Acker, Jim Blandford, Joe
Fox, Foster Palmer, Ronald Andrzeiewski, Mr. Heerspink, Larry Tindall, Tom
' Moon, Max Gardenour, Donald Banaclza, Dick Carter, David Dursema.
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First Row: Mr. Buttman, Bill Wood, Keith Walsworth, Alan Hetzman, Chansford Mclean, Keith Brown, Rex Hoppo, Al Pugno, Ronald
Westcott, Roger Frens, Don Huisien, Herb Smith, Norman Shick. Second Row: Kenneth Dykman, Russell Osterhart, Russell Boeskool,
Bud Egbert, David Davis, Carl Buitendorp, Fred Cummings, John Robart, Joe Robart, Robert Hoad, Henry Schornagel, Frank Morse.
Third Row: Jim Veenstra, Harold McCastle, Ken Fuller, Darwin Hinken, Paul Bunce, Ray Shinew, Allen Smith, Mark Powers, John
Pennington, Carl Canniff.
The Projectors Club, directed by Mr. Bultman, is organized to help students
learn to operate the proiectors, learn organization of o business meetings, and to
shore their common problems.
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Seated: Paul Johnson, Don Trimble, Dick Graff, Larry Nyson. Standing: Mr. Dell, Junior Howes, Frank Jahr, Frank
Gerwat, Charles Holbrook, Eugene Bouwsma, Lester Pikaart, Glen Trimble, Rob Roy Graichen, Stanley Griswold,
Victor Brant, Leslie Lindsey.
The Civil Air Patrol Cadets, under the supervision of Mr. Dell, are iunior
members of the Senior Civil Air Patrol, which is an official auxiliary of the U. S.
First Row: Robert Walker, Jim Kubicelr, Ron Taylor, Bill VanDyke, Merle Eggerstedt, Frank Walker, Mr. Naber. Second Row: Delbert
Sweet, Phil Richter, Jim Towne, John Zoscsak, Jacob Saum, Bill Parker, Dick Arnold, Douglas Smith, Third Row: Terry Romans, Ken
Johnson, Jack Williams, Bob Hekhuis, Bob Jonsma, Lee Gates, Elwin Shell, Don Price.
The Fish and Game club consists of boys active in outdoor sports who try to
become better sportsmen by learning the laws of conservation. This group has had
a lot of fun on their several field trips under the leadership of Mr. Naber.
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First Row: Mr. Christenson, Bob VanDyke, Don Barnhard, Bruce Lindsay, John Huisjen, Joe Fowler, Frank Halverson.
Second Row: Gary St. Martin, Dan Curtice, Roy Grove, George Robart, Don Leckrane, John Wood, Ronald Smith.
Third Row: Jim Miesen, John Shell, Donald Longcore, Jay Rottier, Norman Bulson, Don Robins, Allan Fowler, Claude
Cregg. Fourth Row: Gordon Powell, Lewis Blohm, Paul Foster, LaVern Slacker, Leonard Rottman, Leonard McMullen.
This club also tries to teach the members the practices of conservation and
good sportsmanship. Their plans include the deer count to be taken some Saturday.
Beverly Miller, lla McGowen
Phyllis Cheney, Pearl Hershey
Judy Blandford, Marlene Zagers
Bob Bullman, Paul Jordan
Bob Slocking, Chuck Willeveen
Michael Schusler, Ralph Smalligan
Belly Kole, Belle Messinger
Maynard DeKryger, Shirley Rasey
Mary Ann Penninglon, Bob Granl
Around Table: Bill Carmichael, Barbara Wechsler, Laverne Moran, Catherine
Schrier, Lora Lindsey, Shirley Rasey, Ellen Kolk, Pal Kubicek, Ron Slocklng.
Sealed: .loan Kempf, Carol Murphy, Belly Ho-
man, Carol Sabin, Marlene Luchies. Slanding:
Sally Wanenmacher, Belly Kole, Belle Messinger,
Sealed: Susie Leelh, Marjorie Moore, Jamima
Schrier, Mary Jo Gilliland, Marilyn Speel, Bev-
erly Miller, Ken Frens, Lorna Hays.
Standing: Burlon Wolters, Arnie Dougan, lla
McGowen, Mariorie McDonald, Mabel Weslen-
felder, Mary Smalligan, Jim Roberlson.
The Mogul Club has worked very
hard in helping the Mogul Staff put
oul The Yearbook. They have assisted
in. collecting piclures, selling subscrip-
lions, and in lhe aclivilies taken on lo
help finance the Mogul.
Mr. Adair, Adviser, and the Editor, Warren Johnson,
figure out the layout for one of the pages.
Sally Wanenmacher, Bob Stocking,
Carol Murphy, Bill Carmichael and
Kay Clemens work on putting out
Joan Kempf, Mabel Westenfelder,
Judy Blandford and Catherine Schri-
er check over the typed pages to
eliminate any errors.
The High School Newspaper, as the voice of
the students and faculty, must necessarily serve
certain functions. Its task is to inform, entertain
and work for the betterment of school life
and conditions. The "Packer Tales," through
its news, sports and editorial sections, seeks to
fulfill these functions.
The Senior Play, "Cheaper by the Dozen," al- will be under the directorship of Miss Elmquest with
though not given as yet, promises to be one of the supporting help from Miss Van Horn, who will
best plays ever dramatized at Fremont. The play assist in the capacity of make-up artist.
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Dr. Burton ..,...
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Mary Jo Gilliland
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Miss Brill ,.,.,...,...
Jackie Gilbreth .,
Mr, Gilbreth .,,.s
Fred Gilbreth ,.s,..
Martha Gilbreth .
Bill Gilbreth ....,,
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Joe Scales .....,, A,.svv,... Mike Schuster
.. Judy Blandford
As one walks down o
ur school halls on
an average day he is liable to see such
scenes as the following going on in the
various classrooms and the school audi-
torium and gym.
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co-op students going over their various
activities of the day.
ight he would
probably see a scene from one of
our varsity basketball games being
played in the gym.
he waits until n'
g t night
he would be able to see the
final iudging of the Carni-
val Amateur Show which is
taking place in the school
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Congratulations, Class of 1952
10 East Sheridan Phone 52
Owned and Operated by
Sanitary Dairy - Muskegon
See the Finest . . . See Frigidaire
Sales and Service
Phone 502 22 West Main
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 1952
MOYER'S DRY GOODS STORE
9 East Main Phone 626
CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS !
Phone 555 South Stewart Ave.
CLASS OF 1952!
For 57 years we have furnished F. H. S.
students with Clothing and Furnishings of
Quality. We hope to continue for many
Home of Quality Clothing for Students
H. J. HEINZ COMPANY
IN FREMONT SINCE 1901
Phone 57 221 N. Mechanic
To The Graduating Class of 1952 . . .
Our Hearty Congratulations and Best Wishes for
your future success.
Whether you plan to continue your formal educa-
tion, enter the armed services, or go into business
or agriculture, you will, no doubt, require the serv-
ices of a bank in some way.
You are cordially invited to consult with us in any
William I. Branstrom
Theodore I. Fry
Don Vander Werp
I. Donald Murphy
Bert Vander Meulen
Frank Gerber, Chairman of the Board
William I. Branstrom, President
Erwin Tinney, Vice-President
Theodore I. Fry, Vice-President
Herman Schuiteman, Exec. Vice-President
Cashier and Trust Officer
Bert Vander Meulen, Assistant
Vice-President and Auditor
Richard Dobben, Assistant Cashier
and Assistant Trust Officer
THE ULD STATE BANK UF FREMUNT
MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
Deposits insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation up to S10,000.00
, I :vena -nm
CONGRATULATIONS . . .
To the Fremont High School Graduating Class of 1952
for their industry and thoughtfulness in continuing the
publication of the
BODIVS SHOE STDRE
MR. AND MRS. HENRY J. BODE, PROPS.
IMembers of Clctss oi 1915 - First Class to publish the Mogul?
X-RAY FITTING OF SHOES FEATURED
FUEL 6. BUILDERS' SUPPLY COMPANY
COAL . . . ICE . . . BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
An important factor in the financial success of any bus-
inessman is the choice and existing relationship of his
banking connection. The earlier such a connection is
started, the sooner good credit reputation is established.
the earlier the virtue of thrift is revealed, the easier the
Fremont State Bank has, in a very real sense, been the
literal foundation of the success of many Fremont citi-
zens for years. It is ready now -- by counsel, advice and
financial help, to aid all those, young and old, whose
qualifications and character make them deserving.
CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS OF 1952!
MEMBERS OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
Members of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Each Depositor Insured to 510,000.00
F REMON 'l' STATE BAN K
President - Milo A. White
Executive Vice-President and Vice-President- S. S. Nisbet
Cashier - M. D. Watts Assistant Cashier - Sydney Savage
Vice-President - Harry D. Reber Assistant Cashier - James Oosterhouse
Betty Folkema Margaret Ekkel Kenneth Frens
Milo A. White S. S. Nisbet Earle L. Johnson
Harry D. Reber Lambert Geerlings, M.D. Mary Penhaligen
Charles O. White
Secretaries cmd Bookkeepers for
Industrial and Civil Service
Employment are Wanted.
Muskegon School of Business is approved
by the State Department of Education and
is a member of the National Council of
Approved Business Schools. Its trained
students are always in demand. Starting
wages range from 51,800 to 53,000 per
year. Let the Muskegon School of Business
train you for a future position.
NEW TERM SEPTEMBER 2, 1952
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Muskegon, Michigan State at Main - Fremont, Michigan
ANGELICA'S EAT SHOP
Open 5:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m.
Closed on Sundays
FREMONT LOAN CO.
'I6 S. Division Ave. Phone 774
B O V E N I S CO1'l'1Pll1'I1eI'1lS
FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING of
DAY AND NIGHT
B 0 Y D M A R
Phone 109 306 East Main Sf.
Rug and Upholstering Cleaners
Congratulations to the
Class of '52!
We wish you Happiness
and Continued Success!
BAARS DRUG STORE
"A Good Place to Trade"
6 WEST MAIN FREMONT
Compliments of . .
Phone 245 413 West Main
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
GRADUATES OF 1952! CONGRATULATIONS . . .
FLORAL and NURSERY
Flowers by Wire
Robert H. Thayer Roger I. Thayer S
Phone 368-W Ice Cream Parlor
MILLER MOTOR SALES
CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH
TELEPHONE 54 FREMONT
CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS, AND OUR SINCERE THANKS
FOR THE SPLENDID CO-OPERATION GIVEN US.
PHOTOGRAPHERS OF THE MOGUL
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Congratulations fg the Congratulations, Seniors .
Class of '52! RELIABLE AUTO PARTS
ac me op rvxce
VREDEVELD 6' COMPANY Andrew 'Klossen Opposite Post Office
Largest Shoe Stock in Newoygo County WHOLESALE-RETAIL
Congratulations, Seniors of '52 Y
QUALITY MEATS We iress Shih Clean
FRESH PRODUCE AND creocemss our 0 es
Phone 38 5 West Main Phone 441
SUPERICR BUSES have transported you . .
Safely and Comfortably
OUR AIM FOR THE FUTURE . . .
Continued Safety - Satisfaction - Service
H 0EK S TRA 'S
ERWIN - CLAYTON - LA MONTE
23 West Main Street
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 1952!
May you have continued success
now and in the future !
Your John Deere Dealer
MEYERS IMPLEMENT SALES
T U P E S
sPmNo 3. WELDING senvlce
Welding Gases and Supplies
Truck and Auto Springs
535 Peck St. Muskegon Heights
HOME HEATING AND
SHEET METAL SHOP
48 West Main Fremont
PIKAART'S DEPARTMENT STORE
"The Largest Department Store in
DRY GOODS GROCERIES
A Gift or Corsage
for that Special Occasion
One-Half Mile West of Fremont
Let us be thankful that we
live in these United States
of America I
Hamilton - WATCHES - Gruen
F R E M O N T
QUALITY FRESH MEAT
t BIRDS-EYE FROZEN FRUITS AND
24 W. Dayton Phone 24
9 N. Division Phone 58
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The Gerber Baby and the Gerber Company
offers its Sincere Congratulations and Best Wishes
to the Fremont High School Senior Class of l952.
. . . and to all the students of Fremont High
School, we hope the coming years will be filled
with pleasant and satisfying events throughout your
high school days.
As you enter participation in the new Ken-
new-wa League we hope you will be successful in
athletics and other activities. We know you will
build constructive relationships with all the other
schools in the League through good sportsmanship
and courteous attitude with the students and resi-
dents of the other communities. It is your obligation
to keep Fremont's reputation high.
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After the game. . .
MAGEE Moron sALEs C0"g'Q'U'C"i0"S
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Phone 60 Best Wishes
' ' ' to The
FORD - MERCURY
of 1952 !
Sales - Service
O O O
12 ,fa ,meaty
Your Buick Decder for Over Thirty Years
PHONE 605 33 W. DAYTON
FREMONT LUMBER Kc FUEL CO.
BETTER for BUILDING
BETTER for BURNING
COME IN OFTEN
Gas and Oil -We offer complete sErvice
We Grease to Please
ART'Z STANDARD SERVICE
Fremont, Mich. Phone 366
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
NATIONALLY KNOWN - HOME OWNED
CRANDELL 6. ENSING
Day 80-R Nights 310 or 123-R
FREMONT RAG AND METAL
DEALERS IN SCRAP METALS
ALSO RAGS AND PAPER
Rottman - Lankhorst - Meeuwenberg
127 West Elm Phone 682
Dedicated to the
SENIORS OF FREMONT HIGH SCHOOL
Class of l952
Best Wishes and Continued Success in any endeavor or
pursuit you may choose to follow in the coming years
Professional Businessmen of Fremont
I. Paul Klein, M.D.
B. L. Masters,
L. I. Geerlings. M.D.
Dean W. Harris, M.D.
W. N. Oosting, O.D.
M. P. Cosgrove, O.D.
F. R. Sayles, Chiropractor
William I. Branstrorn
I. D. Murphy
Ioseph C. Yob
Reber G Reber
BANKERS 6 MERCHANTS
MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.
GILLILIIND TRANSFER C0
Permitted Long Distance Carriers
WINCH TRUCK SERVICE
Compliments of . . . We Specialize in Long Distance
H I L I T E S Furniture Moving
S I G N S H O P
ADVERTISING ADDRESSING Phone 139 21 W. Sheridan St.
IOB DUPLICATION RUBBER STAMPS F
18 E. MAIN STREET 1-'REMON1' REMONT' MICHIGAN
C 1 ' fr
CONGRATULATIONS ongmtu 'moms om
AND COOK'S POULTRY FARM
to the Class of 1952 I
For the Gifts you will give with pride
. . . let your Jeweler be your guide.
HIGH QUALITY BABY CHICKS
East End of Main Street
Ed Cook Phone 495
J. C. WABEKE 8. SON
583W - Telephones - 58'3R
MONOGRAM OIL HEATERS
SHELLANE BOTTLE GAS
29 E. Main St. Fremont
We wish you success in the future and thank you for your
We have served Fremont High School students for fifty-five
years and you will continue to find a courteous welcome at
A. P. REBER CUMPANY
Men's Clothing Specialist
E ,l 195 J,
High school years are happy years for most boys
and girls. ln addition to work and study, the many
social activities, sports events, and the thrill of
graduation account for pleasant memories that last
all through life. But there's one person in this
picture who is generally overlooked, and it isn't
until the student starts to make his way in the
world that he 'fully appreciates how much his
teachers or instructors meant to him. School teach-
ers are mighty important people. Teachers, more
than any other group, have the greatest responsi-
bility for building strong characters and molding
the ideals of good citizenship among today's boys
and girls . . . our leaders tomorrow.
Reddy Kilowatt. your electric servant,
wishes you and your teachers every
success in your future undertakings.
CONSUMERS POWER COMPANY
wr: WISH EVERY succsss 'ro THE
1952 GRADUATING CLASS!
JESTY'S MAIN STREET
"As Good as the Best
Better than the Rest."
437 E. MAIN ST. FREMONT, MICH.
WITTE 6. PELL
NEW AND USED FURNITURE
At Prices You Can Afford
Phone 293 Fremont, Mich
FREMONT AUTO PARTS
BEAR SAFETY SERVICE
412 W. Main St.
Congratulations to the Senior Class!
MCCORMICK FARM EQUIPMENT
Standard 017 Ualllpally QW
TRACTOR FUELS 830 W- Main
MOTOR OILS Phone 475-W
GREP-SES Phone 475-R
phone 423 Fremont, Michigan
J. C. Dykman, Agent
P. B. CAST 81 SONS CO.
"Everything for Cleaning"
1515 Madison Ave., S. E. Phone 5-0574
GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN
We wish every success to the 1952 Graduating Class !
C 'ii A3
Deur Chevrolet Sales
CARS - TRUCKS - TIRES - ACCESSORIES
BEST WISHES TO 1952 GRADUATES
G. J. MESSINGER
Goodyear Tires and Batteries
Fremont Phone 32 Michigan
JONES SALES 8. SERVICE
Oliver and New Holland
Quality Products at Fair Prices
Compliments of . . .
D A I R Y B A R
Frank and Lenore Morse, Props.
SHERMAN SPORT SHOP
Fnemom PHONE 343
Congratulations on your Accomplishments and
Best Wishes for your Continued Success!
THE WHITE AGENCY, INC.
204 W. Main St.
SEYMOUR RADIO SHOP
sAus5 AND sekvlcs
Congratulations to the
Graduating Class of I952l
Television LUCHIES 81 JOHNSON
SYLVANIA Paint, Wallpaper, Floor Covering
Phone 403-W 'II W. Main Main Street Phone 566
HARDWARE - PAINTS
BOTTLED GAS- SPORTING GOODS
Main Street Fremont
SHELL SERVICE STATION
Gasoline - Motor Oil
Firestone Tires and Accessories
' Leonard Bruckner
Phone 2 104 Main
Compliments of CONGRATULATIONS
TO THE SENIORS!
FREMUNI IIMES-INIJICAIUR FREMUNT FEED EUMPANY
Newaygo County's Leading
IOB PRINTING - ADVERTISING
GRAINS - SEEDS - FEEDS
Ph 45 103 E. Ch
Phone 100 44 w. Main one my
H. D. Rottman-William Speet
To Graduates of I952 I
Franchised Dealer of
PHILCO AND GENERAL ELECTRIC
SALES AND SERVICE
We Gamera eenfre
CAMERAS and SUPPLIES
MOVIE EQUIPMENT and RENTALS
Newaygo County's Most Complete
Line of Greeting Cards
18 West Main Street
COMPLIMENTS MENS AND BOYS.
CLASS Surplus Store
OF Burt Lankhorst, Prop.
Gee 81 Luhke Hardware .
West Mann Fremont
To The Future Citizens of
this Great Nation,
The United States of America,
this space is
Palmer's Drug Store
On the Corner
PHONE 200 FREMONT
The Hendrle Ilgency of
When in need of any type of SUNNY SERVICE DAIRY
Insurance Protection 0
or a Surety Bond, ,
E L M E R
if D O N
28 w. MAIN ST. H A N K
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
SENIORS OF 1952!
Sanitary Food Store
GROCERIES AND MEATS
Home of Good Eats
J. E. Schuitman-E. Bultman
656 DAYS - 263 NIGHTS
May the greatest success be yours!
' GIFTS The Class of I952!
BUD'S SNACK BAR
. B O O K S Edward L. and Alma C. Chanier
, P E N S Catering to Private Parties
5 ILM. to 7 P.M. 11 AM. to 5 P.M.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952
Continued Success and Happiness
in the Years Ahead
Ueephuuse Shoe Store
Fremont's Quality Shoe Store
PHONE 486 FREMONT
TO THE CLASS
Phone 91 12
221 West Main Fremont
Compliments of the
M O O S E L 0 D G E
RITEWAY MILKING MACHINES
Separators and Dairy Equipment
Soles and Service
Phone 185 Fremont
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
GRADUATES OF 1952!
C. C. LANG 8: SON, INC.
A Growing Fremont Enterprise
FREMONT - - MICHIGAN
Phone 44 :S 764
MATIE REBER'S AND
'I E. Main Sfreef Fremo I
Willsan Motor Sales
DE SOTO and PLYMOUTH
Sales and Service
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Phone 156 Fremont
COMPLIMENTS YOUR BUSINESS"
FREMONT PRINTING C0.
I6 South Division - Opposite Post Office
Congratulations and Best Wishes
to the Graduating Class of 1952!
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