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In the fall of 1953 an excited and enthusiastic
group of Freshmen began their careers as students
of Fremont High School.
Our chief sponsor was Miss Orr, and assisting her
were Mr. Naber, Mr. Cooper, Mr. Hermance, and
Under their direction we chose the officers for
the coming year. Those chosen were Bruce Lindsey,
president, Roger Sutton, vice-president, Jerry Dum-
mer, treasurer, and Joyce Miller, secretary. We
were represented in Student Council by Larry Dean,
Donna Curtice, John Somers, Lester Hooker, and
We had two class parties that year. One was a
skating party at Curvecrest with the tenth grade,
and the other was a picnic at Fremont Lake Park.
When we returned in the fall of 1954 we were
no longer Freshmen, but experienced Sophomores.
This year we chose as our president Lester Hooker,
as our treasurer Larry Dean, as our vice-president
Ron Workman, and as our secretary Jane Carbine.
Our sponsors were Mr. Heerspink, Mr. Piggott,
Mr. Provines, Mrs. Conklin, Mr. Warner, and Mr.
We were very proud when Larry Dean was elected
treasurer of the Student Council. Our other repre-
sentatives were Stan Bultman, Jerry Dykman, Roger
Sutton, Arlene Rasey, and Don Leckrone.
Our class produced a fine cook with Mary Mar-
tinez winning first prize in the local Cherry Pie
Although some of our class members were active
in sports in their Freshman year, many more of
the boys participated in varsity sports during their
Sophomore year and began to accumulate the fine
athletic records of the past few years.
We had one class party this year, a skating party
at Curvecrest with the Freshmen.
We started our Junior year out on the right 'foot
by electing as our class officers Jerry Dykman, pres-
ident, Lester Hooker, vice-president, Max Garden-
our, treasurer, and Jean Armour, secretary. Repre-
senting us in Student Council were Judy Holmes,
Stan Bultman, Ron Workman, and Jay Rottier. Two
of our members were elected to Council offices.
These were Larry Dean, vice-president, and Mike
Walt Weirich displayed his oratorical ability by
winning first place in the speech contest, and Mary
Martinez again won first place in the Cherry Pie
Under the direction of Mr. Fosheim, our chief
sponsor, we presented our Junior Play, "Money
Mad," a three-act comedy, in November.
ln the Spring we were busy with the annual
Junior-Senior Banquet. The theme which we picked
was "Under Southern Skies." We all enioyed the
imaginary trip down the Mississippi with Mike Reber,
Master of Ceremonies.
Our section sponsors were Mrs. Hathhorn, Mr.
DeJong, Mrs. Boerman, and Mrs. Fowler.
The year ended with semester exams, and the
signing of our Moguls on Play Day.
The fall of 1956 was the year we had been
looking forward to all through our high school
To lead us through this eventful year we elected
Ron Workman, president, Walt Weirich, vice-presi-
dent, Mike Reber, treasurer, and Anita Munson,
Our Senior sponsors were Miss Van Horn, Miss
Elmquest, Mrs. Boerman, Mr. Adair, and Mr. Durkee.
Lester Hooker, John Somers, Duane Burt, and Don
Leckrone represented us in Student Council. Judy
Holmes, Stan Bultman, Don Leckrone, Jay Rottier,
and Mike Reber made up the cabinet. Larry Dean
was elected Student Council president.
One of this year's first big events was the Home-
coming with Judy Holmes presiding as Queen.
Many of our members were engaged in sports
activities. We will always remember our outstand-
ing football, basketball, track, baseball, and tennis
None of us were surprised when Mary Martinez
again won first place in the Cherry Pie Contest and
after winning the county contest again placed in
the top eight in the state.
During the year we raised money for our skip-trip
by a record-making Senior Sale, the magazine cam-
paign, selling Christmas Cards, and our Senior Movie.
Our success in these proiects was largely due to
Miss Van Horn's pep talks and hard work.
ln the Spring, under the direction of Miss Elm-
quest, we produced the play, "The Family Nobody
The month of May was filled with important
events. First were the Junior-Senior Banquet and
the Honor Banquet. The climax of our Senior year
was the skip-trip to Mackinac Island, which we will
Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises bring
our high school careers to a close. Some of us will
go on to college or special schools, while others of
us will go to work in offices or in industry. As we
set out on this new phase of our lives we take with
us many pleasant memories. We will never forget
Fremont High School and all our wonderful teachers
and friends who have made these years so happy
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ANITA MUNSON HAROLD MILLER LARRY DEAN
Valediclorian Salulalorian Citizenship Award
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RON WORKMAN STAN BULTMAN MARY MARTINEZ
First Place - Branslrom Award Second Place -- Branslrom Award Third Place - Branslrom Award
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CHERYL LA VERNE ALFSEN
ROBERT J. ANDERSON
F.F.A., 4 years, Basketball, 3 years, Junior-Senior Banquet.
JOYCE MILLER ANDREZEJEWSKI
Senior Band, Cheerleader, Ninth Grade Secretary, Homecoming
Court and Carnival, '54, Junior Play Cast, Junior-Senior Banquet,
MARY JEAN ARMOUR
Senior Choir, 2 years, Junior Class Secretary, Packer Tales Staff
Junior-Senior Banquet, Honor Banquet, 3 years.
PATRICIA ANN AUSTIN
Glee Club, 4 yearsg Mogul Staff, Packer Tales Staff, Prompter,
Senior Play, Junior-Senior Banquet.
FRANCIS CLARKE BEEBE
Ushers Club, Junior Play Cast, Junior-Senior Banquet.
HOWARD R. BERRY
Transferred from Lansing S.W. Sexton High School in Senior year,
LAWRENCE F. BISSON
F.F.A., 4 years, F.F.A. Secretary, Junior-Senior Banquet.
JAMES B. BLANDFORD
Football, 4 years, Track, A years, All Ken-New-Wa Track, 3
years, Varsity Club, Packer Tale Staff, Mogul Sports Editor,
Junior-Senior Banquet, Honor Banquet, 3 years.
GRACE ANN BOESKOOL
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