Fremont High School - Mogul Yearbook (Fremont, MI)

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Q a as , Field Day Y : - .yi 4 I sf Karla Regus In Space Steve: We really had a talented Court this year. Amy: The theme was out of this world, not to mention the appearances of R2-D2 and C- 3PO. Steve: Speaking of robots, those girls looked as if they were frozen stiff on Friday night, but the excitement kept them warm. Amy: lt was a relief to everyone when lVIr. Hamilton announced Karla Kent as Homecoming Queen of 1977. Pageant And Crowning 1 4 ug, BSS 44" , . 'Jw 'L w 'i"f' Q . W., .lv-. I x- . ION at ,,L."!f 3:9 '71 if If f- x "V v- . , v.,',- ' mix ' 71 1 ., wg, J -L-I, V. H? ff':".':' "" 'fi ' 'Ldv A iw X 1 J A 1 1-1 ,,. .fwqf IW ,-...L., I, - .J I ' 4 , 3 ,fig ' T V ' - . A .-we T' ,- K' 1 2 f 2? . - ff q 14638 rig r'f4 J x ' ' . I1 '- , 9 4- 1 ' . l'1 + ,Q Q ug: fg,-5 if 5. ' r 'FXKXMI H ' 1 , -fx,, N ' jr. 'W X , .J ,. ..., -ap 51 9 ' A I fl, ' W f . 'wi' V-. I s' W -ff , . 1 A' J V A 4' , . - u Wg. -ml. X an 4 1 I ' I gy 152 ff! F' !'f,, M Qc:-?f Mg - . 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V .41 ' Q9 1 lx., Q My Aa , , 1-,,'. lv it., 1 . 5 'J ' ,Jr I.: 2: 4 Y!! I . f . r M f ,X ' ' "' 1 K fu ' n .. V' - 1.2. 'N Oy .Dx E xx "3" 'Z' I VLQ: B354 it 5:4 5' -Vs M5 1. x 'tl 3 F 1 4 EaJAx",Ni?' Jn A. F f , B, . : ' ' mga- ' x. xv. . 'Q-.i"" , , 14. .. .xl , 1.-1 ,nam-.Y , A ' -U-n, ' ' s . - .43 5 .- Fun 'N Frolic Joe: Di5ln't we have a pep assembly yester ay? Sue: Yes, thecpep band played, and the cheerllead7ers id some cheers. Why vveren't you t ere. Joe: I had a bad cold. I heard something about IVlr. Fosheim's doing an old cheer. Sue: That's right. He got in front of everyone and led a cheer they used to do a while ago. Everyone liked it. Too bad you missed it. Joe: Well, maybe he'll do it at another pep assembly. 7:99, --.ai X, 1 , ...A ,. fy - - , . t - , 4 ' .. ..,.. ,u-..4?- ' 'J ,- ' .4 18 Pep Assemblies 'uififz 3 Citi?-.DI t I ly, , , L ,-is r .4 'i in ,lflfb If Merry Players Karen: Wasn't that Christmas Assembly something else? The band did a great job on the medley of songs. Jayne: Those angels, elves, and Joseph and lVIary were good, too. Karen: But there was some tradition in it too, like when the teachers sang Christmas carols. Jayne: Then Student Council ended the assembly by wishing everyone a Merry Christmas with cards. What a way to start Christmas vacation! f og iii W! .1 1,5 IN "Q in ' o'e'o ' 'Ay' 0 rdf' . nr 4 '., 0 L qi Christmas Assembly Having A Beach Ball Beth: Do you remember who made the most money for the booths at the lVlid-Winter Festival? lVleredy: l think it was the High School Student Council. Did you see all ofthe different booths that there were? Beth: Some of them like the Spook House and crazy ball were really great. lVleredy: But the best booth was the seniors' Love-o-matic. CHINESE Qillili lf' K wr it Yi-7 20 Mid Carnival iiuliiiiliiu-uaiiiiill ::55E55:EiiEiE::5'55'-ai ll J "' .l I ll- uggf ,, .I'glI:l:llg,!IIil -v::,g, - mes-S-4. -gg: h'lllif" '-sf f-l"".."xgl! 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Dekuiper: Queen, R. Vanderzelp Princess, S. Cappadonia, Prince, T. Zarht. ABOVE LEFT: S. DeVanney, B. Maynard, P. Evans, G. Hanna, C. Frens, S. Burt, K. Ward, R. Brookens. ABOVE RIGHT: C. Kole, D. Rasch, C. Krim, D. Burk, J. Chittenden, J. Krim. Mid Crowning 23 337-.:..n N - V ww.. A - . .1 ,-.L n- -. 'i .-ni' '- i,'-fi-9' :Ulu-l'. -g ,fUxi'.'. 2 K. , ,Tl -5 Y M- ,,, "yt I 2"l Hcflli ' ' "J 'iff A. 'f"lif.f'l"j,Q ' W" , ' A ,. ,,,' ffm Rini ' fr:'Z,4 f.. 4- -V-if I. W I 1: - ,.,. x liz.:-,, Z . X 1 1 ,,,-- ., w 'ff 5. :rv .'.,pw. nf-v y "' -n Q. ' .A 1 W, :A Da- 1 If ...rx . ,, ',,. ,gf .... ,, ' ' :Wt U '. ."-15? ."w,-.1-.sa UBLIV ' r fu -1 fb N4 A ,A-V gi 9 J N " . s G n by v Ll Il , WVR 1 " ' 1 M 'xc-.9 -4, , l . 43-'gf ,.- N' ,- V, ' YSL K. Q., -'lf-703 vw I " ! x K x f , . . v I 'J ' I , , is w V .gh , N 2.1, -.f ..,. f . N . A I W .. :-.- h M DDL .. L - Q h5""ff-9:15. EQ.-...NWA . 5 f 4 r ,, xi V J 4 1 4 ,ww A. .. ,, r LQ'-' A' ,1 A H .. I I f' 'A ., tl. , ,i JM.,- .M . ,' -W 1 ? , T'5?l?:F": ' ' ' J 1 W. 3? rf-ig, A "iff ' X X A 4 q X 4 X r f " 'M' ., - x X ' JQFZP' N' '. gil? -fi 1 . "1 .,. .A1 x sf ACT II 5 fy V A KW ' O X af s 6 EEN 0 X ki ? 530 Q 5 ' Y 5 X, Jumwv v L... J H 1' -Eiga , 7yi,,Qi3 Z w is ,, -- S M H L X A fc mv Q M j Y X M :E X5 X 'N ff? x T' 0 ff '- z' 1 ,, K . fx QB. 7 f gl J I f"N ll f I 1 E X f' L! gay? ' lil! ,a 1 , 19? A " f M171 I M M X I f, . . 'E Y XM ' " F ' X I 1 I g-Q L L, I I 5, lx t Q Z Xl ,E 5 l pf 'N X N X? 7 ' .5 H, f !4h K ' A I ,, I' f LKQHN, Q .LK X 1 Q X ' w p 5 f X L N v, x ' , 1 f ... .:. . N X -fi! ff Ax N "Ax A Md L XQ 1 fl' f, I ivflf "Ll,j. 28 A ' M j qu .,., LA. 2,51 A .'u Voc. School m4 - 4 h - h- l New People, New Programs lVlr. Mathers: "lVliss Smith, will you bring in the list of people who are in the two new programs, Horticulture and Diesel IVIechanics?" Miss Smith: "Yes, but first, lVlr. Bont, Assistant Director and the Trade and lndustry Supervisor, lVlr. Osborn, would like to talk to you. They say it's important." Nlr. Mathers: "Please send them in. Also get Holton on the phone. There are still some things that must be discussed since this is their first year at the school." X Voc. School 29 ,,,..,...,,- iii -HN 9 1 Work, Work, Work. Dave: Hey, Tom, aren't you on Co- op in the morning? I thought that someone had said something about your working at Deur-Speet. Tom: Yes, working out there breaks the monotony of classes all day. It gives me a chance to get out into the business world and meet all kinds of people. Dave: I know what you mean. I'm on Co-op in the afternoon at Reber's, and I like the way that it's working out for me. It gives me a chance to earn some money, too. Tom: What high school senior doesn't need that? 2- A 'N r-wif A f " l -4-. -1.3, . , -ICS g MORNING CO-OP: ROW 1: S. Frens, C. Momany, T. Stariha, L. Scott. :se .gy ROW 2: T. Wright, B. Hawkins, L. Winchel, J. Pearson. ROW 3: G. Dodson, J. Volz, NI. Witte, S. Zacharias. Co-op I I I ,,' :Ff5"'!f .l ly I "I x 'tj Inf 'S . QM lg? V V 1 A -"X iq .:1,f, 1 1" x5'fi.Af3 320 N 1 X7 v' 'x Garcua, K. eaver, Row 2. P Curran, L Kantola, S Stroven, D Brandt, D.Moon, B.Hoad, S.Frens, K.Diekema, R.Bushen, Sherman, M.Denhof, P.Lucas, H.Hartger, R.PekeI, C.Bushen, V.DeRocco, Braafhart. CO-OP: Row 1: D.EarI, K.Brown, B.Heiss, C.Berg, K.Isenhart, W ' ' . . . . Co-op Helping 01.115 ' T' Beth: Tim, why don't l ever see you around school in the morning? Do you go to the Voc t, School? Tim: No, l'm lVlr. Tompkin's aide for his gym classes in t1e morning at the Junior High. Beth: l should have known that. I'm a Teacher's Aide, too, only I'm at Daisy Brook. Don't you find yourself learning things from those kids that you never thought you would? Tim: Yes! Patience and self-control! A 7 XX-Ng llllllll IO ,U if ' Qxir ylil TEACHER'S AIDES: K. Lareva, L. Hanson, L. Annis, C. Mauger, R.Dawe. Teacher's Aides ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT CLUB: ROW 1: D. Fowler, J. Eklcel, T. Hansen. ROW 2: B. Crisp, M. Roosinck, S. Woodring, B. Youker. Sl I i t ll ' ' 'l mf A fl O l I ' ' '61 alff' l c- Vdffzj . ujlwl 1l,q4Q..s ii J fy, Studjous People lVlary: That new Academic Enrichment Slug is really doing a lot for the Junior lg . Andy: The club paid for half the cost of the copy machine for the office as one of their projects. What's Honor Society doing, Donna? Donna: Well, we don't do any money raising rojects, because most people are too usy with studies. Steve: But we do have induction in the spring when the people become official members. EIONOR SOCIETY: ROW 1: Miss Werner, S. VanHemert, S. Burt, T. Parks, M. Vanderwall, D. Supplee, . Adair, G. Howarth, J. Webster. ROW 2: N. VanDop, P. Osborn, K. Durlcee, C. DeKuiper, V. Pekel, N. Anderson, S. Sevigny, B. Featherstone, B. Deur, K. Sanderson. ROW 3: P. VanAvery, C. Krim, Vl. Scott, B. Bunce, C. Slocum, J. Monette, A. Purvis. ROW 4: A. Gerdes, S. Hall, C. Wolfsen, C. Obits, P. Ireland. ROW 5: J. Price, D. Brandt, A. Gorsky, R. Tanis, K. Boes, D. Burk, B. West. Honor Society En th usias tic Student Reps. SH STUDENT COUNCIL: Row 1: D.SaIata, D.Deur, P.Osborn, A.Gerdes, D.Burk. Row 2: J.J.Bode, J.SIoan, A.Purvis, L.Grunow, K.Shriver, M.Moss, S.MacPherson, J.WiIey, C.Obits, B.West, S.Cappadonia, W.Gerber. Row 3: U.Maat, C.Frens, K.Ireland, L.Ward, D.Supplee, A.Eckert, P.Zuwerink, S.Shinavier, W.Anderson. Row 4: B.Purvis, M.Somers, K.Ward, P.Ireland, B.Betts, M.Scott, K.Sanderson. Student Council xl V . 1 . Hn Wm C -- 1 -.'. sl v 1 I . i- gd 1 . ,, QT 4 X f I - cv ,V 154 w4i""Z' ' fi ' ' I. 'x 4 r , la! ,..- 5 s PIM 3 4,1 '. v Qin. ,ffm in -, , .5 K- X . r ve- Cooi O O sr f -...s5E1l5.e.,6ii-5, ' , '-'af i ff .4 i Y QRS, " A Pat: Another year of Student Council, and it looks like everyone survived. l'm surprised, being as busy as vve vvere. Brad: lt's true that vve were really involved this year, but Student Councilplays a big partin our school. All the social activities that we put on like Homecoming, the Christmas dance, and the lVlid: they give the kids something to do. Pat: And there are the other things that they do, too, like the concession stands, and offering jackets to the students this year, which is something new. Brad: At any rate, it's clear that Student Council is needed and appreciated bythe students ofour school. EXECUTIVE BOARD: Row 1: C.Obits, P.Osborn, J.Sloan, P.IreIand, J.Bode, K.Ward. Row 2: B.Deur, S.MacPherson, C.Frens, A.Gerdes, A.Purvis. SH Student Council 35 Kiddefs Korner Brad: I hear you're going to work in the Student Service Center next semester during your study hall Wendie: Yes, the one-on-one's should be interesting, and the personal growth is pretty good , too . Brad: I think the Student Service Center is one of the better areas of our school where kids can learn about themselves as well as the problems of other kids. Wendie: Working there will be a good experience for me, also. l enjoy hel ing others with their problems vvhile at the same time learn a fevv things about myself. Brad: l think it's a good idea for all schools to have this type of program. IAM 5 GLAD Wmfym lane e- Lllulpnlu auxfy A 'qigfhfc PACKU W 1,5-:Ich 41' ,f it 'Uv 'tv 'X STUDENT SERVICE CENTER: ROW 1: M. Kraley. ROW 2: Mr. Kidder, J. Cochrin, S. Frens. ROW 3: L. Hooker J. Pekel. Student Service Center ,M " f. 0,1 .,: p ,. I XM aw! Student Service Center Laird 'S First Sue: Wasn't that Band-o-Rama neat? Beth: Yes! We're doing so many new things this year! The new Jazz Band seems to be going over quite well. Sue: I play in it, and it's a lot of fun. Beth: Doesn't it take up a lot of your time to play in things like the Newaygo Marching Invitational along with the Jazz Band? Sue: I guess so, but it's worth the time that it takes. fl. H.S. Band JAH BAND: ROW 1: H. Proctor, P. Ireland, M. Bunce S. Shinavier,,C. Slocum, S. Zahrt. ROW 2: G. Meyers, P. Tessaro, J. Wiley, M. Chaffee, D. Blamer, R. Diekema. ROW 3: L. Henderson, M. Vanderwall, T. Welsh, T. Frost, B. Fox, Mr. Laird, J. Price, T. Hard' J. Bode, D. Rasch, V. Dawe. 'w f ff' S. BAND: ROW 1: J. Graham, K. Shriver, M. Vanderwall, M. Swanberg, M. VanKoevering, B. Burgess, Vandop, L. Lankhorst, A. Dawe, M. Zerlaut, M. Scott, C. Stevens. ROW 2: S. Sevigny, B. Betts, H. Proctor, Roelfsma, L. Neibor, J. DeYoung, D. Funnell, L. Funnell, S. Stacy, E. Strong, J. Chittenden, B. Brunner, Farabaugh, S. Macpherson, L. Bushen, V. Dawe, L. Pacific, S. Zahrt. ROW 3: M. Chaffee, P. Rottman, Welsh, D. Supplee, G. Perry, D. Kohns, D. Wheater, J. Wiley, P. Tessaro, G. Meyers. ROW 4: D. Zeller, Kolk, R. Dielcema, K. Dowker. H.S. Band 3, If UNH- ,Jn-OIR. U ,IL-' ..,,, ,,.- J, 1-f' .-,. Y .J vnu, "A , . Q-,-, ff T . " 1 X -l 'tllr'-'H-Y' . 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Johnson, T. Funnell, K. DeKulper A. Rlley, D. VanDyke, R. Eib, D. Griswold. ROW 3: J. Demmon, J. Flsk, M. Hawes, A. Essebaggers, J. Whltesell, J. Pickett, S. Grove, W. Paulsen, J. Buitendorp, C. Brunner, R. Drake. ROW 4: M. Robinson, T. Black, S. Rasch, C. Luchles, B. Everett, B. Clapp, L. Johnson, A. Kempf, J. Knuver, N. Dykhouse, L. Funnell, D. Conley. ROW 5: L. Ekkel, K. Shriver, M. Hopkins, T. Wever, S. Dlekema, B. Hardy, P. Lozlckl, R. Roeskool, J. Purcell, L. Kempf, T. Ward, B. Betts. Jr. H lgh Band ll' .JN 7TH GRADE BAND: ROW 1: A. Smith, W. VanArman, J. Hull, M. Ward, M. Farabaugh, A. Olds, B. Teall, K. Schooley, P. Grove. ROW 2: C. Francis, C. McNair, M. Andre, M. Petz, C. Crandell, M. Lucas, C. Cook, T. Graham, R. Duckworth, M. Frost, M. Shinavier, D. Wheater, Mr. Supplee, W. Lacy, D. Shue, F. Billerbeck. 5. C . Student: Where is that concert to be held IVlr. Supplee? Mr Supplee: The Junior High Band has a concert at Daisy Brook. Don't forget about the Solo-Ensemble Festival. We're the hosts this year. Student: We have more concerts or other festivals, don't we? lVlr Supplee: Of course. There are the Christmas and lVIidwinter concerts for both bands along with the Jr. High Band Festival for the Jr. High t - F. E . . A - UU- 3 I -1:1 That's for both Jr. High and 7th Grade Band-s. I Band. Student: And the Old Fashioned Days Parade. IVIr. Suppleez Yes, so Iet's work on them. 7th Grade Band Fin er Music I Kurt: Hmm, let's see. There was the Christmas concert, the lVlidvvinter concert and then the spring concert . . . or was it the lVlidwinter concert and then the Christmas concert? Lee: Would you stop mumbling? You had it right the first time, except you forgot the Orchestra and Solo and Ensemble Festiva s. ae Kurt: That's right. There were just so many that they all seemed to blend into one huge concert. lt is a lot different than last year, with our new director lVlr. Laird. JR. HIGH ORCHESTRA: ROW 1: C. Rosenstengel, A. Richmann, D. Wallis, R. Wisner. ROW 2: E. Supplee M. Richmann, L. VanHouten, D. Stout. ROW 3: C. Deuling, M. Hiemstra, T. Houston, S. Grove, T. Wever, Mr. Laird, A. Riley, A. Essebaggers, B. Clapp, R. Eib, C. Rosenstengel, J. Mack. JH Orchestra Julie: Are you going to be in choir this year? Joann: I haven't decided yet. What's on the agenda for this year? Julie: We're going to be singing at Christmas, and maybe we'll combine with the H.S. choir a couple of times. Joann: l'll think about it and let you know later. LA'- 'ft JH choir ill' T- 'X Sprechen Sie Deutsch? Crystal: Have you sold all of your candy canes? Kay: Almost. lVlaybe all of this money that we're making will go toward the trip to Frankenmuth. Crystal: Probably, but some of it must goto pay for all of the food that we ate at Oktober Fest, which was a lot. Kay: I think that I'll remember that for a long time. The dancing was really different, not to mention the speeches. Crystal: Those Germans seem to make the best out of life. JH GERMAN: ROW 1: J. Church, C. Twigg, M. Johnson, L. Mater, C. Anderson, H. Schreck, M. Bancroft J. Blamer, N. Plumstead, K. DeKuiper, G. Durham. ROW 2: S. Rasch, M. Jones, W. Smith, P. Gardenour, J. Bock, P. Person, T. Graham, J. Demmon, B. Hardy, A. Riley, C. Rosenstengel. ROW 3: B. Reed, J. Hollowell, W. Jewett, S. Diekema, B. Zeldenrust, M. Tiesler, D. Pickens, R. Sherman, J. Sanderson, J. Handy, J. Buitendorp, T. Wever, D. Stout, D. Torrey, Mrs. Kamerschen. JH German H STUDENT COUNCIL: ROW 1: N. Will, M. Hoffman, R. Williams, M. Frost. ROW 2: K. Kerstein, S. Nyson, . Blamer, T. Graham, J. Demmon, W. Lacey, M. Ward, P. Person, P. Evans, M. Robinson. ROW 3: M. Brant, . Schooley, K. Content, M. Farabaugh, M. Petz, M. Schreck, D. Kempf, K. Shriver, E. Moss, L. Ensing, . Lanciaux, L. Bitson. ROW 4: H. Schreck, R. Keehl, C. Anderson, M. Hiemstra, R. Shinavier, L. Mater, . Pschak, B. Shinavier, T. Barringer, K. Frost, A. Richmann, M. Vermuelen, D. Wallace. ROW 5: T. McNair, . Vanboncoeur, R. Sherman, J. Handy, S. Reath, P. Evans, B. Panyard, K, Deliuiper, A, Deephouse, B. Hardy, Slocum, T. Bonk. - , 1 A ,Argus-5iH'i-'S-""T "-l" .Jail MID COURT VDTI N G' Tod-O- indent Cguflcl l . llll, lg QI Joni: Are you working at the concession stand at the eighth grade basketball game? Helen: Yes, but this time l'Il have to work for only a little while. lVlore people are participating. Joni: I like the way that vve're revising the Junior High Student Council Constitution. Helen: lt should mean more to us when vve're done. JH Student Council l f ll.: V L 5: l 1-. PF: Li Artists In Action Lori: Did you see the picture that the Art Club painted in the Art room? Wasn't it of ll Colleen Krim? Linda: Yes, it turned out well. They are doing a lot of things this year. l think that they're having a dance sometime in Januar . Lori: Tlley don't really need the money, do they? Linda: I don't know, but l'm sure that if they have money, they'll spend it sometime this year. Qs.. W . f 1 'Hlll Zi, ,-.-.-..- 1 refine! .- ..-SJ-aa-Di 1-zif.-If ART CLUB: ROW 1: C. DeVanney, B. VanNieuwer1huyzen, L. Cordts, C. Hooker. ROW 2: K. Beeler, J. Sloan, T. Cumings, L. Lankhorst, S. Bouwsma. ROW 3: S. Wardell, M. Price, J. Klemendt, W. Bouwsma, M. Vanderwall, Nl. Bunce. ROW 4: D. Funnell, S. Cappadonia, K. Ireland, C. Kole, T. Wantz, L. Williams, M. Moss. ROW 5: J. Scott, C. Krim, V. Curtice, S. Belknap, K. Robart. ROW 6: V. Derks, J. Bock, K. Keehl, D. Mater, S. Burk. ROW 7: D. Szot. Art Club xre- V is 1 I A--M L his ,ff - f HOME EC. CLUB: ROW 1: Mrs. Slootmaker, T. Wantz, J. Sabo, C. Beatty, L. Chaney, M. Howard. ROW 2: L. Deuling, L. Steinmacher, J. Bock, M. Andrews, J. Teall, D. Sischo. 77' Anyone? Judy: Are you working at the bake sale on Tuesday? Jane: I guess so. We have to raise money so that we can go out to eat at a restaurant. Judy: I like making dinners after school better, though. Home cooking always seems to taste better. Jane: That's what Home Ec. Club is all about. Learning to make a better home is what we try to do. 512:6- ,,i.'.n 0 if -gi: 4i,4d,ff'r al- viffi- . 4-i,...,, i Home Ec. Club EXCHANGE STUDENTS: BELOW: S. MacPherson, Australia: H. Christian, Denmark: A. Efjestad, Norway: F. Hildebrand, Germany V Hedman Sweden 1 C Cortes Chile 2 V Aros Chile 3 D: Buhacofl, Argenti-nal NDT PIC'l'UREDl Euitaha, Chile.. Steve: Aren't you a new exchange student? Viveka: Yes, I got here a couple of weeks ago. Steve: l'm going back to Australia next month. I have really enjoyed my stay here. I was involved in a lot of activities. Viveka: I won't be traveling as much as you did, but hopefully I will be involved in the school. I like the United States and its schools. Steve: I hope you learn as much as I did. Exchange Students mike EENNARIC fo ' gt . 'V le L ' t F ehlgrnill I I N A -u,' '.1. -. 2 V ,LQAFV Ab Uv Y! ' "hx ? A W 9 qi: 5 L 4.'S!"' 4. ..f ,, . l L . fig 'V ff- 1' 1 V . , ,J fx I ' Y A, 'Pr 15 'K' 'KE in 3"' G 2? P 4 , 'fur ' iii 'LQ S. fl LI gs vii A-FQ! 1Z5vi'f'-1- ' F Nw- fs, ,"-ff:- w 1 g ?e, Q , agfagfi' v -Aix 'AXA-.' ' Q, v A 5 UP i f Q.. xg 4 ygflm I 3 A gif- i ' -A - If A ir- 'S W ,.f vw' ++ fx +A fx V if q ' tv Q tv 5' 9' V qi ff 6'?1A.Q5 1, 'VQPA VQ15, '7' 'V 3? sir Q 45,5-if """a-"C Wvvf"V-Q ff f ' r ff . Una Fiesta De Espanol Peggy: Did you o to the Spanish Club dinner on Monday? Julie: Yes, andgl ended up washing dishes. It was worth it, though. Peggy: lt's going to be more fun eating food that vve don't have to prepare when we go out to a Spanish restaurant. Julie: First we have to hold a dance to get enough money. Peggy: We'll also get money from the booth at the lVlid carnival, 'COO . fb l . i V fl. NN 1 i fv . .' ,045 ' E- P' . fbxx .XX .XX x, Mft '.. .jk 'X X., H.S. Spanish Club .17 H.S. SPANISH CLUB: ROW 1: K. Patton, A. Monroe, M. Price, J. Witte, M. Guikema, K. Keehl. ROW 2: S. DeVanney, K. Poole, K. Walters, N. Barringer, L. Williams, D. Annis, S. Bouwsma, P. Earl. ROW 3: M. Cook, M. Westcott D. Rasch, C. Kole, D. Beemer, J. Price, J. Moon, Mrs. Budreau. 1 i i l . EI Club de Espanol Eddie: Those sure were crazy games that we played at the Spanish Club Christmas Fiesta. Joan: Yes, that food was great. l never knew that the Spanish had it so good. Eddie: That made it a lot easier to learn about the Spanish culture. 3 JR. HIGH SPANISH CLUB: ROW 1: M. Schmid, S. Curran, D. Conley, A. Zeerip, P. Evans, J. Lutz, B. Panyard, R. Shinavler. ROW 2: J. Perry, D. Hanes, R. Brandt, M. Brant, C. Garza, J. Hodge, K. Vliem, M. Belfast, C. Mollinnex, A. Essebaggers, S. Woodring, T. Miller, B. Crisp, J. Fraser, S. Reath, E. Supplee, Mrs. Ingersoll. Jr. High Spanish Club T 'Q 5 --Hz . FFA. M . . WT ..,,, ' .Pg sl ri-' -- 'GY' p- "l'?:fYf'.fQr2?i'iEifff A . ' iflnifl-.,. .-ff. ,. ' ...T-,,j.. iff' Viz. L' .TQ k T7 if yr"-f , '1.....:r- 'ef A .' HS FFA: ROW 1: K. Staley, G. Pedersen, S. Knorr, C. Dickinson, B. Dickinson, G. Eaves. ROW 2: L. Langrick, G. Kiester, B. Crawford, D. Boerman, J. Church, P. Shively, S. Esterbrook, K. Bell, D. Frey. ROW 3: J. Young, K. Vanderstelt, P. Shariha, B. Dickinson, W. Stout, R. Calkins, T. Rasmussen, B. Durham, F. Jones. ROW 4: M. Shue, D. Witte, T. Hiler, R. Parks, J. Poole, N. Knorr, K. Jewett, E. Cushman, B. Austin, D. Dickinson. ROW 5: D. Boerman, J. Comis, B. Hudson, K. West, K. Sneller, R. St. Peter, S. Carrier, M. Dodson, D. Delong. ROW 6: D. Knuver, M. Oosting, D. Wallis, K. Olson, J. Hough, A. Eastling, Nl. Gerdes, T. Andre. ROW 7: D. Eckert, M. Ferguson, J. Eppink, F. Hawes, A. Visger, H. Maat, R. DeLong, M. Cook. 54 Senior High FFA Gail: Did you sell any of your cows at West Michigan last weekend? Chuck: Yes, and l got a pretty good price, too. Gail: That weekend went almost as well as the fruit that we sold. Chuck: The dance this next week should go off pretty well. I hope a lot of people attend it. That way there won't be any problem in getting to Leadership camp this summer. Gail: That should be fun. cf'-A 'N '- -QER X " lv . 3 sensor High FFA . ,f . uuunur A 1. , . l ummn , , l n "if Young Sprouts Bill: Wasn't that livestock show at Grand Rapids great? f Rob: Yes, it was terrific selling tie animals that we've raised, after show- ing them off. Bill: The Broiler Project was great, too. Taking our chickens down to Lan- sing with different schools was a good learning experience. JH FFA: ROW 1: L. Moreen, R. Jones, Mr. Sanderson, M. Homister, J. Sanderson, E. Crt-299, G. Durham, R. Zeldenrust, D. Ruthven, B. Rasmussen, B. Sorenson, M. Pence, M. Bouswma, B. Tindall, A. Lourens, J. Zeldenrust, R. Woodland, D. Wiseman, Mrs. Knorr, D. Pickens. ROW 2: S. Chupp, L. Johnson, T. Pikkart W. Jewett, T. Hawkins, R. Woodland, M. Pence, T. Hable, J. Frens, B. Gasawy, M. Hagen, M. Wolffis, G. Taylor, C. Braafhart, G. Beets. ROW 3: D. Moon, S. Dilts, S. Buitendorp, J. Jahr, J. Hoad, R. Klingel, B. White, B. Jahr, B. Crawford, C. Richards, K. Banacka, E. Vallejo, L. Powles, C. Gibson, K. Hudson, T. Cregg, T. McNair, J. Buitendorp. Junior High FFA NEWSPAPER: D. Krapp, V. Dawe, P. Rottman, Mrs. Patterson, B. Betts, B. West. ndli- - Up V 'ff' I3 New N'-it News ,f'5r1hC.,,t' W 'l sift' P 0 4 Becky: Have you turned in your article for the school -12.- ,. "4-. -. paper yet? ,EMM K P Y I . . . . ? sw, at. es, aren twe having It printed this afternoon. 'gtg Becky: Yes. Even though the paper is new, we try to cover everything and make it interesting. Your articles usually do a good job. Pat: We try to include at least something for everything. Becky: We cover all of the sporting events and school news, and we interview teachers. Newspaper overdue books? M" " "'-In-.QPTFIY JH LIBRARIANS: ROW 1: D. McAllister, A. Riley, G. Jones, L. Rader, D. Premo. ROW 2: P. Person, S. Sidlauskas, C. Deuling, D. Boyd, T. Wantz, B. Youker. ROW 3: M. Richmann, M. Vermeulen, J. Huizenga, J. Hendrie, J. Volz, R. Williams, M. Petz. ROW 4: P. Moon, J. Buitendorp, C. Brunner K. Jones, G. Hoppa, J. Kase, E. Teall, T. Purvis. Y Af . Rx? . H-wi . - 1 -' 1 1 , ,, r- 1. . A -I, M, . wi, I -,Ad 1 ' , x in -li 5Qa 9, LJ hits S. .L+ 57? .ii E . l 4, J. C HECK - 0 u 1' i L , K . ...KP 9 fl v '11 1 Q. -X -. "lf xx.-X 'X l R .6 Ak 'fl m...llHHl+ H.S. LIBRARIANS: ROW 1: J. Graham, J. Ensing. ROW 2: M. Foster, T. Canniff, G. Frens, J. Twigg, T. Gilliland, R. Eldred, P. Slceberdis. Librarians H.S. OFFICE WORKERS: ROW 1: B. Zeldenrust, N. Freriks. ROW 2: M. Guilcema, L. Grunow, B. VanNieuwenhuyzen, L. Luchies, L. Griswold, N. Vandop Office Workers Pam: Did you file the new students' records? I would have, but I was typing the announcements. Betty: Yes, but one of the teachers wanted to know something about him, so I took the - records to the teacher. Pam: I also have to take a message to one of the fourth hour classes. One of the parents called in for a student. 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Schattlerz Listen everybody. There is an Editors' meeting in 5 minutes. Photographers, don't forget to get Jr. High candids. Editor: I have to see all the page de- signers before they leave today. Artist: I just spilled the ink on my art- board! ! Page Designer: I can't make the artwork fit on my page! Copywriter: Would someone PLEASE proof- read this? Business Manager Where did the receipts for the ads go? MOGUL STAFF: Row 1: B. Betts, N. M. Bisson, P. Zuwerink, K. Eldred. ROW 2: Mr. Schattler, S. Shinavier, C. Kole, J. Wiley, K. Rushmore, D. Supplee, S. Belknap, B. Rasey, P. I VanAvery. ROW 3: M. Deephouse, K. Kemperman, K. Beeler, S. DeVanney, G. Frens, S. MacPherson, L. Tiesler, M. Swanberg. Mogul Staff Reath, T. Maxson, A. Gerdes, P. Osborn, SKI CLUB: ROW 1: C. Slocum, M. Deephouse, S. Hoffman, N. Siersma, C. Obits, B. Deur. ROW 2: J. Dekleva, M. Ensing, J. Hiler, D. Pearson, S. Wardell, T. Canniff. ROW 3: J. Monette, J. Tenbrink, R. St. Peter, L. Hanson, M. Morris, S. Parks. ROW 4: S. Dreyer, T. Shinew, B. Purvis, M. Jacobx, B. Krommendyk. ROW 5: K. Kemperman, W. Tenbrink, R. Content, J. Scott, J. Bonk. ROW 6: V. Headmen, A. Murphy D. Beemerl, K. Doering. ROW 7: M. Bisson, P. Zuwerink, S. Cappadonia, S. MacPherson. lVlark: Pam, are you going with the Ski Club to Caberfae after school on Thursday? Pam: I can't go this time, but l'm hoping to make it the next time that we go. S IVlark: Mr. Brokaw said something about taking off on K a Saturday and going to another resort. A' :XM Pam: l'd really enjoy that. I don't want to miss it. ' 'f"'--,N "NP f ef.. I ' 151: .f'-Tw- . tr ' 'S r Ski Club . ,GT-. 'vsp- , I q:".1 , zz 4 +I "T ,. . -.-Qgw-I H X .-L5 TCT" 5:21.-,V If ,. K fi .r- 'F' R ' J, - is J-- "1 .4 -ln' I, .. V' -4- '. ti' ,M . .V-. . ,A ' xx 5 MJ . . :rt-'ffr - , V1.4 51.55-,' lT ..3 44,5 fl V ifiwl f I ni. 'H -fifi "1 2, . 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Jodi: I think that I'm timing for a while, but I have to ask IVIiss Vodry. Denise: While you're doing that, I'II probably score or announce. Mat Maids 'YQ MAT MAIDS: ROW 1: K. Olds, L. Blamer, P. Zuwerink, Miss Vodry. ROW 2: D. Annis, J. Ensing, K. Robart, B. VanNieuwenhuyzen. ROW 3: K. Beeler, K. Rushmore, N. Lummen, L. Dezinski, M. Sovinski. .jf LL J -- 1 r" J, il fu .fa f' 9. M 5 mi' ACT 'VII XJ f 'ZW W .374 3 H 3 f 1 'f " I A 4 'A BQ? 5- L Q. 1 "X 1,1 f,., I SV Q 'F 0 I M :Q- ff 3' X H Km ffl I, MXMI , . ' IA f 4x71' f' k Q x X YRS , Wk Q 13 KL X -bu X WK ' V ' M If 5 K , 1 " K mf ltfnml In , . I ik Q: ! W X M MW f ' '-fi 1 f I' Ai", F vb-,' it V Xal qbzffj Q' ki?XjUy, I X , y Z .EHQQ ,6 .fjf J, Kim" an i 4 X 5' 4 v V ff ' QW V W i 'lg Z, 1 ' V -x "'- ,nj 1 ffl" r X 1 dll if U ig GK, N 4-WW! Q X 41 Q E Z 1 'f M Q . , ...ax O Z! X X 4 7 . K - . WM, I A IXU AWD Q9 94 SX -. Ny? ' 5: , A B 5,5 Strong Team, Strong Players John: Four wins and three losses in Conference gave Fremont third place. lVlike: Also, they had five people named to the All-Conference team. l can see why Randy Tanis was the lVIost Valuable, overall and for defense, and Brian lVlcDaniel, with 1,016 yards, was the lVlost Valuable offense player. John: All of those really shovv the strength of the team. Il' Bei agifggmghf Q3 8 Kr: m Cal lc I ns Brookens Tams Fraser Farwig Gorsky Annis Sovinskl Maynard Oosting Beattie Postema Dryer McDaniel Kalvantrs us Burk Burt Booker Hal I mark Land Kunnen S wanson Winters Foster Tanis Durham ,-,-- 35' . ' if x" 'iii I S ' V ,ff :J I f XY ri ,. up A: was K, ,J , .1 .I T ,A ,Y L -5 ilflxx-. ,N :- -vqw, " . H- L, , . I ,. 1 1. ,- .- W A W, - - ., ,Q ' .3 V4 X ,, V1 N J 'IPI E 1 X 5 ' 1 M , . 'x r it V x 92. ., ,x 1 me R, 59, 1 Q 4' ,5 r HJ. . k I :Q '1,s"v . xl "-Q ' 1. -1 L,I,, a,.,' d Q-11 W sr- 5","' ff 'R r ,Nm Q 'N . ' I , milky J I W5- "'- , 'V nm- X K , I .r . f . A--grub. in-W . ya hu," WE:-2" .- W '21 ,. ., '- QL ..-,. V , ,Qg . M ., ti J Y '. , gl 'Qi Q4 ' 5 .aah S ta.r1'1'ng Packers Fan abil: Even though they only had two wins, l think the JV's will strengthen next year's team. Fan 42: They tried something new by starting 22 different people to prepare more for next year. Fan 41: Those Freshman played a good season by 151-osting a record of 4-3- Fan 412: I'd have to say that you're right, we can expect more good players in the future. JV football lidwy i ' Vxmhsi L A x R JV FOOTBALL: ROW 1: D. Gardenour, S. Burk, A. McNair, J. Farwig, D. Wallis, S. Grove, F. Beattie, A. VanBoven, M. Lozicke, D. Maynard. ROW 2: D. Bilski, M. Cook, T. Schuiteman, H. Braafhart, M. Wescott, T. Zahrt, D. Rasch, D. Murphy, M. Baker, M. Oosting. ROW 3: T. Andre S. Kunnen, J. Kolk, J. Karnemaat, J. Hooker, D. Warren, T. Fikse, J. Beechum, M. Weiden. Www aww fini -'53, FROSH FOOTBALL: ROW 1: P. Grunow, J. Phillips, D. Ruthven, M. Tiesler, Mlnarlk, J. Sanderson, C. Winters, S. Reath, M. Krim, T. Hawkins, R. Drake, G. Durham. ROW 2: T. Miller, T. Sherman, J. Fisk, G. Hanna, G. Moe, J. Perry, B. Crisp, R. McDanIels, D. Moon, Coach Switzer. ROW 3: S. Crandall, D. Mills, J. Zeldenrest, T. McNair, Coach Wessling, D. VanDuzen, R. Sherman, J. Greer, M. Homister, R. Zeldenrust, R. Boeskool, G. Hendrle, J. Fraser, B. White. F rosh Football 7th GRADE GIRLS' BASKETBALL: ROW 1: J. Hendrie, D. Heft, J. Volz, T. Hansen. ROW 2: Nl. Henley, M Hill, W. VanArmen, M. Farabaugh. ROW 3: Coach Breinling, J. Mudgett, W. Lacy, N. Motawi. Iffzvfiffw' " N f .3.,Y1w. Q A' :, p . flvr' X. ' ' ' - - f- A .4 .slr-2 I' J! A -.. N ff :IV J 'L glwfffig 7th Girls' Basketball Young Show Talent Kathy: The 7th grade girls have really improved throughout their entire season. Joanie lVludgett was most improved and Jenny Hendrie was most valuable player. Leading rebounders were Monica Hill and Michelle Henley. 4-8 is a good season for beginners. Paula: Our 8th grade girls ended with a 6-5 season. Sharon Grove got in there for rebounds and Patti Tibbe was the most improved for the season. gh- L-U ,- - W 4 if Y urns l GRADE GIRLS' BASKETBALL ROW 1 R Tinkham, K. Frost, D. Kempf, A. Deephouse, B. Wright. W2 M Hawes P Tibbe A Kempf K Shriver C Brunner. ROW 3: J. Sovinski,T. Ward, S. Shemwell, 8th Girls' Basketball Dribble Through To Success Coleen: Well, it's been another super year for the girls' Varsity Basket- ball team. Gail: And to think that they went all season undefeated and broke every record possible. Coleen: Wendy Anderson made the most points in a single game, and Judy lVIoon made the most rebounds She was the only sophomore on the team. Gail: All but four, the four seniors, will be able to return next year. X 0PP0f1el'l'CS Them Opponents Them Lowell Ludmgton Greenville Lowell WMC Greenville Beldmg Beldung Muskegon Heights Coopersville Coopersville 54 67 Lakewood' Lakewood 24 75 Cedar Springs Whitehall 23 82 Sparta Cedar Springs 45 58 Districts Sparta 35 66 Regionals Quarter Finals Girls' Varsity Basketball -23-.- ffQ.5. :ST---"" Missa.. 1,927 X' 3 ya U , .., J Xsx .as 6 Q N ,Ns in .. .1 sb six 4' 1 1 V' ...u l- f1::.,,, , WLT , A . 5 x U.,- .1- Mast Bdes 3. K. Sneller 4. J. Moon 5. S. Hall 6. T. Delong ix 7 J Tibbe 8 J Pearson 9. W. 10. J. 11. C. 12. K. Anderson Webster Krim Kent Girls' Varsity Basketball Nxh,4,':u-,,'. -L 3 .,, fb 'kxft K, I 1'QJIH0,7f-V ,- in '9 .gf N.f Q 'T g + - WHH0lr ffm I if Ng WW Q95 1 T 'A , 1 ff H it - 1 if' xx, 9 'J M, L 6 1 X 4 JV GIRLS' BASKETBALL: ROW 1: K. Foster, M. Hopkins. ROW 2: M. Hills, B. DeKam, M. DeKuiper, L. Neibor, B. Roelfsema. ROW 3: Coach Slootmaker, M. Plumstead, C. Anderson, T. Blain. Rebound l f qyztng QI E as lflxfl l N fx b v me l Kelly: Well, l guess next year we're up on the Varsity team in girls' basketball. Melissa: Even though last season was a super one, l'm kind of looking forward to moving up. Kelly: We've gained a lot of experience on the JV level, and next year we'll see how much of that we have retained. Melissa: JV was fun and a lot of work, too, but that was what made us a winning team. JV Girls' Basketball Put A Little Spike t Wendy: Judy, doesn't that girl over there look familiar to you? Judy: lsn't she from Kenovva Hills Volleyball? They were the toughest team this year but we beat them in 3 games. Wendy: I remember that novv. Do you remember the party at the end of the year? That was a riot! Judy: Yes, but next season should be just as good If , X N . since we're only graduating one senior. '-, X i' ' ,,-,.,.f -A x ,,-. Into Your Life T f"'1 . if l l I I 1. C. VanSiclcle q Z 6 2. W. Anderson 3. K. Kent 5 LP 7 3 -l .yu 4. J. Webster fy li J 5. T. DeLong 6. J. Monette I 2- 3 7. T. wright Ll 8. K. Patton u 9. Coach Breinling . 10. S. Hall ll 11. J. Moon l . 12. D. Mast Q A I j. , X fhf ',-f Varsity Volleyball -1-i..a.T M-',....4iF' -... lf: w' gf T' xy,- Ml' -Qs... - 1 '--....,,,,- -..,, -Q.,-.L -. V .N-,'?..:v" fx..-F' nl S.. .QV ..,,. X--.-.SQ . , ,M .-.' ,Q-.fi L -, "1 Varsity Volleyball 1. T. Welsh 2. J. Wiley 3. C. DeKuiper 4. R. St. Peter 5. M. Deephouse 6. J. Price 7. M. Mikowski 8. J. Volz 9. H. Ramseyer 10. R. Content 11. P. Osborn 12. S. Hoffman 13. T. Parks 14. S. VanArmen 15. K. Content 16. S. MacPherson Opponent Them Us Sarance 9 5 Shelby 2 3 Lakewood 0 5 Greenville 4 1 Newaygo 2 3 Coopersville 0 5 Lakewood 0 5 Sparta 4 1 Lowell 0 5 Belding 112 4 1l2 Greenville 1 4 Cedar Springs 0 5 Newaygo 0 5 Coopersville 0 5 Lowell 0 5 Cedar Springs 0 5 Sparta 4 1 Whitehall 171 158 Ludington Invitational 8th of 18 Regionals 2nd of 8 State 9th Golf ith a record of 18 3 plus a ninth place ate, l d say we did quite well, wouldn't efmltely But don't forget the three way r first In the league and the course ds we broke And something new: a girl e team e can expect more of the same in years me since lVlike Nllkowskl, our lVlost ble, and Rick Content, both All- rence, are only Sophomores. ny Parks, the lVlost Improved player, nth In State W' I - - - D . .. . . . l . D W n n n A e o help next year's team. I 'XII' ' vw ,-., I , . gg 1,5 , l 5' . .Q-' ,w,-'-iw" - K, , ,N ,eh ,,,,,.q n. X A F!! XJ. Golf Coach And Team Improve Together lVlary: Cathy Slocum did well this season by placing 2nd in Regionals which sent her to State, and lst in Conference. Sue: lt's easy to see why she got the "lVlost Valuable" award. lVlary: She is a good example for a young, inexperienced team such as ours. Sue: We still didn't do too badly though. We took 4th in Conference. lVlary: Being on the team, I could really see some improvements in a lot of people, especially our "lVlost lmproved" player Coleen Frens. Sue: Next year should be a year to look forward 110. W' Q 'air :- 4 A Nl MA any .Q BX . 1. B. Panyard Demmon 2. L. Curran Slocum 3. J. Lutz Deur 4. K. Boyer Bode 5. C. Rosenstengel Frens 6. S. Bultman Kole 7. M. VanKoeverlng Scott 8. B. Purvis Mater 9. M. Kolk Poole Girls' Varsity Tennis t a Y-11' Opponent Morley-Stanwood Manistee Whitehall Shelby Lakewood Lowell Cedar Springs Sparta Greenville Mainstee Belding Them Us O 7 7 0 0 7 O 7 0 7 dwg . ,.,4L, .,-.v,.. , ,,.,,. i , l Q A' " . F 5 . -' " Isa- h"l""'1-Q r'f..'f1ig5,..:f-- V '-"- ' , - 'Q-ml, -if V- . 'ffm-ffl, -UML :Ik if 'gb , ,ir Q4 U: Qi 'i .f X qi, fly If Xl 44 " QD:-I : .r"': " 4: Y ' x N ng i u' 7A If Q ll' 6 M Girls' Varsity Tennis 1 .Vx .J-F:-, L 'rf J Irma -Q ,gfi .V 2 ' rift!! "- - 'J v li ,-iq ff- 5 ' Q, ? rg.: .5 ' vt? , V K , vfumn .4 1, , L . . 4' 5 9, , , A V . an ,- -- -' ,-. 3575? 1 - ' , 45 -' ,. ' . wir? 13 . .J h '53 4v. In Ll Au w-, .1 1 .I V . ' - ',,. . pf 4' - ' 1 - A ' li' , I .L ' 11 f .-.21 1 'I' ' I 11- f-wa ' 5 LP. 'I' ' ' , 0 . 4 CAT . ,' ' Q, . ivy!-, f-.win . A. "' " " - . nf "TJ 54,75 , ,,. .' J!! ' 'uvitf Vi 5' ' Y - , , g , . ,V 'Sf 14: .- - 1 ', '1"g.jJ.f1 :",: A . '.. , "J w '. V' 1 ,N .' , 1 'rg gf L ppl--,7Q' ' 0 - ' - 5. -3.1 Twf ,.'f':- . Q v yur- I ,V-Iv: -4 IJ-A-."l,' inc. .V.Q,1., V .:x4', Ng w W Y - A 1 ... . Q .. I M.-5, -. ' -. 2 , Qu: r . -.- . f - -1 . , 1 -. 1 ,g,',,+., , -X, J ,I -'. 4 an x ' ' 1 , K 4. . , . f ,, -' JA. .Wi ,l 'E It 1 K M40 Illini Gerdes Zuchowski Alderink Tompkins Roelfsema Vallejo Walters Featherstone Cook 10. T. Varboncoeur 11. J. Lanciaux 12. T. Rasmussen 13. K. Jewett 14 M . . Ebert 15. D. Wheater 16. T. Varboncoeur 17. R. Eldred 18. B. Burgess C,,,.... f r f "' i' 5 K M W RX JN M JE Cross Country Girls' Improve In Swimming Talents Vicki: The girls' swim team did well in taking 6th at the Alma Invitational. Amy: Yes, they finished the season with a 3- 11 record, also. Vicki: Didn't the team break a lot of the school records this year too? Amy: Yes, we broke 7 records out of the 11 events. Vicki: That's not too bad. You should improve quite a bit next year since only one out of the sixteen girls is a senior. S 0 f Girls Swimming 1. K. Wyngarden 2. D. Salkovlch 3. T. Hoezee 4. R. Gerdes 5. W. Essebeggers 6. M. Somers 7. L. Henderson 8. K. Walters 9. K. Everett 10. A. Essebeggers 11. B. Krommendyk 12. N. Reath 13. J. Buitendorp 14. K. Lareva 15. Coach Peters Opponent Them Us Holland Christian 55 27 Ludington 99 67 Holland Christian 116 52 Fruitport 71 12 Muskegon High 63 20 Spring Lake 54 29 Orchard View 50 32 Ludington 40 41 Rockford 129 40 Muskegon High 56 27 Fruitport 69 14 Middleville 39 44 Spring Lake 53 30 Orchard View 37 46 Girls Swimming Nl '11 JL ff .' 'A N 4 3. 4. mvtt. ' ..?,,..4uu-1-- ' iff. lux' A 'L A , w XSS 7-cr"l ?- I ' ' ' N ff Support For The Team V.F.B. CHEERLEADERS: ROW 1: C. Wolfsen, M. Scott, V Curtice, ROW 2: P. Dodson, B. Bunce, K. Sanderson, M. Lauritzen. Beth: Are we going to discuss the powder puff game at practice tonight? Val: l guess so, but there's still a lot of work to be done on it. Beth: Yes, there is, but we've organized things like this before, like the bonfire for the football players, and Homecoming. Val: I think we're also practicing our new cheer tonight: Fight Fremont. And maybe vve'll talk about tryouts for boys' basketball cheerleading squad. Varsity Cheerleaders ig, VJJHLIX . -H""' Q, . .- 4 -f 4. 5 , 5 .muh 'i ,143 "--,,.v,,- bw l I A PM J' F' f :vl- can W3 i RQ. 1 Th "I fu? A wifi 1 ' if 'A ,fn ' -., ., ' '. ' ,vm- , Y ,- J x 9 , Ja 'dl Nd .iii- 3 Q 53? dQLg1f+'4 X A l -C . , -,L X. V ggi' gr f ,f - N7 7 V' ..' A 11.-.dt If-'T L ,V I LV -,Q 6 XJ If fi'- Cheerleaders Keep Sp1'1'1't Going Sharon: Are you trying out for the basketball cheerleading squad, too? Joni: l think so. I've really en- Loyed being a cheerleader for foot- a . Sharon: It was fun putting on the fall dance honoring the Jr. High athletes, too. Joni: lt sure Was. l think every- one had a great time. See you at the game tonight, Sharon. , . r l ' 'K 11 I X fr? 1,1 GCN tvxi ? mei Yi? ,JIANF . '. - 'LVN r f f 'lllmtrfw ' CHEERLEADERS ROW1 C Mullenmx S Currm J. Blamer, S. Nyson. Freshmen Cheerleaders 8th. GRADE FALL CHEERLEADERS: ROW 1: P. Evans 0 E h - L. Ensing, S. Noppert. ROW 2: W. Lacy, L. Bitson, Showmg nt us1asm ROW 31 B- Bem- Lori: Are you going to be able to cheer at the game tonight? i Paula: Yes, but l don't think that l'll be able to meer on Thursday. Lori: What about the fall dance hon- oring the athletes? Paula: I'm sure l'll be able to make it to that. Even though both of the 7th and 8th grade squads are doing it, we'll need all the help we can get. 8th, GRADE WINTER CHEERLEADERS: ROW 1: S. Noppert, B. Bennett, W. Lacy, M Schreck. ROW 2: L. Bitson, P. Evans. 8th Grade Cheerleaders .41 7TH. GRADE WINTER CHEERLEADERS: ROW 2: M. Farabaugh, K. Reynolds, K. Schooley M. Hill. Not Pictured - Michelle Ward and Peggy Person. X ally' I l .L 'w 0 i,,,2..w . '-X lik MINS 'l 155 7TH. GRADE FALL CHEERLEADERS: ROW 1: T. Shinew, K. Reynolds. ROW 2: M. Ward, S. Barnhard, K. Schooley. 7th Grade Cheerleaders Cagers Fly High lVIole: Have you recovered from basketball season yet? Chris: lVlore or less. There were times when l wondered whether or not any of the team would make it through the SEEISOYI . lVlole: Yes! Remember the time when that guy from Lowell got vicious with our bus when we beat them! Chris: Don't forget the time we beat Belding at the buzzer. Those home crowds were absolutely great! lVlole: I know. Next year should be just as good of a year since only five players are graduating. Opponent Whitehall Hart Lowell Belding Coopersvllle Lakewood Spring Lake Cedar Springs Sparta Lowell Greenville Muskegon Christian Belding Coopersville Lakewood Cedar Springs Reeths Puffer Sparta Calvin Christian Greenville 53 65 66 61 Varsity Basketball Them 62 66 64 52 V. -77, irq W -. .....4. tx H, C Y --11 w87f0lfl213l9l5 gDQ13f'xifrD. Burk Tanis Oosting DeKuiper Deephouse Guss Hanna ach Vissia Fraser DeLong Epplnk Krlm Zuchowslu Brookhouse 9. D. 10. R. 11. J. ' 12. J. ' 13. T. ' 14. K. Vliem 15. D. Varsity Basketball 'Q ,Q- '. fjfvr A - 1 ff V - .2 ,Q-fffi A' f' ' 1 tag! ' :I . 1. . " 1 . ' - lv, L If nr ,,, . 1 1 Ll if 1 , K - - I mf? ?x- x 'wi .. we-f r A ex? , f " 15g3H ! I q I I Y lf' -- ' -invri...-.,4 ,f,, V 2 jffws 5 3 1 L 'v 'I!'11.N' ' 'A "FAQ, 7' lm. 'X A m 'Ni ,gvyus mi 9 'V K 5, 1 ix, .- ,k 4 Ei '17' r f 57: ' VL 'A 1 law 1 I , . , iv- fly .J A' Q..fg1xlikm. 44. 'F'-rw-' ketball. to win. ?L.r'MNXX"f-ww -ii A-.nr TH GRADE BASKETBALL: ROW 1: T.MiIIer, D.Ruthven, S.Reath, T.Mlnarik, .Sorenson, D.Moon. ROW 2: Coach Wessling, J.Sevigny, D.Pickens, R.Sherman, .CrandaIl, L.Moreen, E.Supplee. ROW 3: J.Demmon, R.BoeskooI. Frosh Play Ball Brian: Just think, Rich, next year vve'lI be on the JV team for bas- Rich: Being on the team this year kind of forced us to learn some lessons, sometimes the hard way. Brian: That's true. It vvasn't really a winning season, but maybe next year we'll be experienced enough i ee gr ' '7.. , J . ., , xx' so Frosh Basketball 101 l E1 102 Boys' Basketball ew Dribblers at V. 'V . , 1 b ,AL" ,f,7...f- 7th GRADE BASKETBALL: ROW 1: T.Bruggeman, P.Tatron, M.Hoffman. C.McNair, N.Will. ROW 2: B.EIIis, B.WeIch, J.Nyson, D.Zuewerink, C.CrandeH, B.Krouse, P.Harmon, R.Bengtsson, ROW 3: T.Hendrix, D.Cook, C.Cook, D.Cook C.Cook, R.WiIIiams, D.Wilson, M.Frost, NI.Lucas. ITH GRADE BOYS' BASKETBALL: ROW 1: T.RusseII, J.Rosenberg, J.Pschak, J.ConkIin, T.Grund, T.Sevigny. ROW 2: R.DeLong, '.ChrystIer, B.Betts, T.Hoffman, J.Locke, B.Johnson, J.Swanson, 3.Clapp, D.Bacon, M.Chrystler, T.Re, D.VanDyke, T.Barends, i.Dykman, J.Kase, M.Hanna, Coach Switzer. VV VV' Bruce: Do you think that you'll go out for frosh basketball next year, Bob? Bob: I don't know yet. Our team improved a lot last season and we did win the r I 'W L, l 5 ' s championship at the tournaments. Lead- ing p ayers or the team were John Swan- son, Brad Betts, lVlick Hanna, Toni Re, Ted Grund, and Jim Conklin. Bruce: The practices will probably be har- der once we get into the more advanced LGBTTIS . Bob: l guess so, but it will probably be worth the hard work. Boys' Basketball N. A 1 1 w - L 1, Y., -it ,gl ll N.,... . n. .,,. ,gg S ph zu-, , 7.4 3 . f In V .lik Twf 'F ,.4.f, -fffr 5 Lozlcks Redmger Booker Shue Mater Mater Schreck Content F, M P ' Q nf rs , ' L lgfll' " 5' L 345- rg, ,1 vu ,,..n ,-l 13. 14. 15. -m a '- rum IUTMVEN Zlrrup Panyard Keehl Hamalton D. Current P. Giffen P. Person l N 1 X. --fri Gymnastics 1 - J .fj'5..g ' .9-""'Pf' - X 1, 1" lk ' T V , Vid' I - A X E: , ,L --'res-14Tu,1.2 'A ,- 1' J' ' s 1 L -:'1L-.-i-JD'-W 'g 2.12 gii-55E.1.s,g.,:::g, A 1 4 7 Q vl Qfzififlkgl wx 'LJ , . "ff-'SFT 'vii 'ii' lu 'f v-if - 'if' v 1 w Z ,1- X. ,I 1 wg 5, . ,, ., :A " '.- Y - f A Vafcsz 4' , 'W' 4 l SI 7 o .54 445m , f.2 ' xxx: Usg 334V seg ,. sz , j 51:5 313 f471 5. .. M V My 2363: ' " 2Q?3?fi::-1 , 65 " m ,f N-X.. L -- f,,4. 3rd Stl? TA. 1 .QW 20U'I ,Q f mx :- H A QM W ,Q ,...:, ,.,f.. U- - 1 fifhbm .1 W . .., .1-Ii'-I ' v.,nj'. 1' 1 .I ar N 1 ' x'f'4,1r1, :- r ff 1- I W , W' J, L' f - , mf -'f 'f ,1. .1 nf T L 'LLLL 'sw if tfffffl A '+ve f 'Fare JH Swimming Frank: Our practices sure seemed hard last season. Joe: Maybe that's because the coach wanted us to improve, which and which the team, as well as the individuals, did. Frank: I guess he is preparing us for Varsity swimming, so that we'II be able to do well in it when we get there. Joe: IVIaybe that should be IF we get there! Ox ,. - , , ., in-, ,Q fu f at M a L' Q A JH SWIMMING: ROW 1: M.Shinavier, J.Borman, J.Snyder, B.Grove, J.NIudget. ROW 2. B.Chittenden, M.GilliIand, E.Ward, B.PrebIe, W.VanArman. ROW 3: T.Purvis, E.Teal, B.Denhof, M.Bacon, T.Bonk Jr. High Swimming in ' . 111 , , , 1.1: f hksgalf 'iq f'-5 D L f . . r 'SN an 'Lil' ,. Ii LY la S L lu A-f!t'L4.gM!f3,fQ' Ljj-:M 3, 'f- 1 .Q Q I - 'Kin x f, K 1 N -5, 1 K X gp K 4 1 ' A fa. ff' fr '- ,Q , 'r team still finished eighth inthe state Coach: Of five qualifiers, we had thre them place Scott Dawe got a 5th plac Jack Church got a 5th place, and Will Perez got a oth place Fan: I also see that Scott was voted Valuable, and Jack got the John Darli Award. Coach: Next year we should be strong of two returning All-Staters and some important individuals. Fan: Despite sickness andllack of dept I t ' ' M K v " Q c , W ',Xt:,l'l,g: I it M iz 1 ,- g fr- ' A . fli, F: ' N ,. ,r,f1, , -- A Varsity Wrestling ff J Perez Perez Vincent Dawe Bllskl Church Coach Leyndyke . Booker . Stariha . Tanis . Sovinski . Breuker . Kolk r-F" Coach Baldus Varsity Wrestling 11 JV WRESTLING: ROW 1: G. Chase, J. Sanderson, D. O'Rourke, G. Moe B. Dickinson. ROW 2: Mr. Leyndyke, D. Grahm, N. Knorr, T. Greer G. Hendrie, Mr.- Baldus. 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Fremont Shelby Ravenna Cedar Springs Grant WhiteyCloud Holton Mona Shores Musk. Christian Sparta Grand Haven Spring Lake Orchard View v I- Ivev BOY'S TENNIS BOY'S TRACK Cyou complete standingsl lyou complete standmgsl Fremont Fremont Whitehall Mona Shores Belding Sparta Coopersville Greenville Sparta Coopersville Greenville Cedar Springs Spring Lake Lowell Cedar Springs Lakewood Lowell Belding Lakewood Whitehall Manistee Wyoming Park Big Rapids West Ottawa ' WRESTLING Mason County Greenville Spring Lake' Lowell Shelby Cedar Springs Big Rapidst Fremont Sparta Lakewood Belding Coopersville Fruitport Ludington Whitehall 114 Tri-River Standings GlRL'S TENNIS 13-O Manistee 12-3 13-7 Belding 7-0 11-1 Sparta 6-1 10-1 Greenville 5-2 8-4 Cedar Springs 4-3 7-O Fremont 3-4 6-3 Lakewood 2-5 5-6 Lowell 1-6 3-4 Morley Stanwood 1-5 2-5 Coopersville O-7 2-5 Ludington 10-2 Nl'-A6 Whitehall N,A, fN..A. - Not Available BOY'S SWllVllVllNG lnon-league? Musk. High 9-8 Fremont 4-7 H. Christian 4-10-1 Spring Lake 3-11 Orchard View 2-5-1 Creston O-12 Wyoming Park O-14 Ludington 11-1 FOOTBALL Shelby Big Rapids Cedar Springs Coopersvi l le Fremont Greenville Sparta Lakewood Lowell Belding GlRL'S SWIMMING lnon-leaguei Spring Lake Musk. High Middleville Fremont 3 1 Orchard View Fruitport Ludington H. Christian 1-avsbivx 's GlRL'S BASKETBALL GOLF Fremont 23-1 Fremont 12-2 lVlusk. Heights 16-3 Sparta 12-2 Coopersville 12-2 Greenville 12-2 Greenville 12-7 Newaygo 7-1 WlVlC 12-9 Saranac 7-12 Sparta 3-6 Belding 6-8 Cedar Springs 8-6 Coopersville 6-8 Lowell 3-13 Cedar Springs 3-11 Lakewood 2-12 Lowell 3-11 Belding 1-13 Lakewood 2-12 Ludington 14-8 Shelby N.A. Whitehall N,A, Whitehall N.A. BASEBALL GlRL'S TRACK iyou complete standingsl fyou complete standings! Fremont Fremont Sparta Sparta Greenville Greenville Belding Coopersville Cedar Springs Cedar Springs Lowell Lowell Lakewood Lakewood Coopersville 8elding Whitehall lVlona Shores Hart Whitehall Ravenna GYIVINASTICS X-COUNTRY Fremont 9-6 Fremont 6 Spring Lake 7-7 Sparta 6 Reeths Puffer 7-3 Cedar Springs 6 Nliddleville 2-8 Greenville 4 Rockford O-11 Lakewood 3 Fruitport N.A. Spring Lake 3 Ludington 15-0 Belding 1 Whitehall N.A. lVlainstee 1 Coopersville O Whitehall N .- X01-ETONNO-DU!!-"I-'P-' A. BOY'S BASKETBALL Lowell Fremont Reeths Puffer Greenville Calvin C1. Coopersville Hart WIVIC Spring Lake Belding Sparta Cedar Sprngs Lakewood Whitehall 18-5 15-4 14-6 12-10 11-12 9-6 9-12 8-16 7-11 5-9 5-9 4-10 1-13 N.A. GlRL'S VOLLEYBALL Cnon-leaguel Walkerville Rockford y lVlusk. Heights Fremont White Cloud Kenowa Hills IVlona Shores Oakridge Big Rapids Grand Haven Greenville Grant Comstock Park Spring Lake Sparta 22-2 18-7 16-3 13-1 12-2 12-5 8-6 8-6 7-4 5-7 5-6 4-12 2-10 N.A. N,A. 2 Photo by Durkee Flying by Switzer Tri-River Standings 115 ,..,.SL. Y x X xx 092: ' .::,,.z2-Bl' .0 el V0 Q W 2 ,-JL--an-+w--cr-vb N S UN' AN I 39:4 XX Xi X S ,Vp-f is by X Y A XQEFNAX XX C M in 'Q Q: X 5 ., X1 02, ' 'V 4' . 9 'Nl fl xx I X v X ,X .0 fx K X Qs, M 'Q f ,J 4 If Q Aw 'Wx WV 'W 6 M xx jk- Ag A ""' a'if ls.. i r3MM'fF5M , '- my J f- ' ' ' - Uv-'YY - ' 1 --, 4 l ., - 1 ' TYR ??gY5IllUZLWJ'?Afil5" I' ii:-7-55. I A' k E , in ' ' 03527 P if ,F Aff! v s off . . - -- -- ' is , .-24' N' 0 'Q 5 x ' -1 ' ll A M 'Q' A' - f ' ' Q,... -,,,,' i WV 7 5:5 m , Q ff N 1' . 5 vi , 43.1 ' E - ,s ' g Y 1- X X QW-' I I ' X 11? gf . XJ " f' Q N Fi Q u I Q4 9 Q' 'if A NN , . L I, ,ls .4 if B- ' lb? 'CE' v ff' l X X' X Q f sqx 4 I ,EX N' ll A 's-'J 1 'Xa A "' 1 l :I 1' J 1 Z IITV. A N X A x 3 I2 I . i ,- ' I H ' ' . . N S X V f . 1 Mf Mi f 1 1 ' X Q5:535:S5f:ig:f:fsff5 S. y NK X 'Q I Y- X xi :irjzlqxj ,Ny w X 2, ll' 1 -. X N ' ' Q ., KS? Q L, Qwf H "N -- "f fx X x XX far?-:N wx , X .L!'I?'.f. 'X I',l,' xp Q ' x X "H A 4 -ER AP' My .Y l' gx 1' 'xr Vp, A13-' '.', 1 U -Qi-1.5: V ,I 'JV ' ,,,x, 5 ' 'i"1 ",. 'f flyw ' X X' -1 !,'4,J,l W I 'il X "H li H! l',- J- ' -.x NA W 1 , ,fm N , , ff fi W ' 5 - ,' ibm 1' :Ya f , fi' i x , f xffb uf I ' tv fy -': I v ', . -, Y X , i , - A ' I - ' ' X ' I Nu -x I F' -1 1-!,5!'w1a? fl' ARAP' ,X ,' V 1, ' Ax 3 d4i."ll'IL' X XX' J-. 1 I J , f' f . , . f f ' 'u - .1 'I ' x ' , I g ' 1 ' ' X, ' A f , , ' ls z s lllllllllllllllll 4 NW? ,gfffifffagf Q Mr' J I -Una I' ,v c QV!-- N La i I g 4' I I , x . s dv 1 ' A s..P.-e ', CCXXXII - CCXXII Playing the part of the intelligent actors in the play isn't always an easy one. lt means more rehearsing, memorizing, and more late nights than any ofthe other actors. Being the smartest in the class doesn't mean being most successful in life, but it does give some people a head start. Randy Tanis Lenore Annis Doug Rasch 11 Top Ten Seniors Q. Q 55' if -e -A G - . 4 rf f I 4. ,K P ,,.. J 0 4y.H- If r r 5 ff 6 AL' .ju-f ,gs 4 3 ..-,F M -.n. wi x A , s Kqiqf - J,-1 ' E'- f ol 'XS . rfy vw T' it-1 f-Q f I xx Senior Directory By the time they have reached the ninth grade, the characters have usually established their goals for the play. They know what they want to get out of the next couple of years even though their script may change during this time. The time that is spent in the ninth, tenth, and eleventh grades is spent reaching for these goals by playing the part of the entertainer. But, the senior year is the time when they look back and see if they have reached the goals that were set for themselves. They now have the role of the reviewer. Q ELLEN ADAIR Spanish Club 1, 25 Pom Poms 3, 45 Band 15 Honor Society 45 Aqua Splash 3, 4. RANDALL ERIN ALDERINK Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 8. Field 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2. LENORE ANNIS Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 Teacher's Aide 45 6th Grade Counselor 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Workcrew 1, 35 Honor Society 3, 4. JAYNE AUSTIN Pep Club 15 Cheerleader 15 Voc School 3, 45 Band 15 Track 8. Field 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 2. BETTY SUE BADEAUX Voc School 35 Teacher's Aide 35 Choir 15 Forensics 1. DONNA LYNNE BANACKA German Club 15 Teacher's Aide 45 Debate Team 2. RAYMOND BRIAN BEATTIE Ski Club 45 Band 1, 25 Orchestra 15 Librarian 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 8. Field 15 Wrestling 1. KATHLEEN M. BELL Spanish Club 15 Home Ec. Club 15 Voc School 45 FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 35 Office Worker 3. WAYNE BERENS 12 Senior Directory CATHERINE MAE BERG Home Ec. Club 15 Co-op 45 Voc School 35 Track 8. Field 1, 2. BARBARA JEAN BERRY Voc School 3, 4. LEWIS BISHOP Radio Club 2, 35 Voc School-3, 4. MARYANN BISSON German Club 15 Pep Club 25 Ski Club 1, 2, 45 Exchange Student 35 Yearbook 2, 45 Newspaper 45 Choir 1, 2, 45 Workcrew 15 Honor Society 45 Track 8. Field 2. DOUG BLAMER Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Jazz Band 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. JAN BODE Pep Club 1, 25 Ski Club 45 Student Council 45 Band 1, 25 Jazz Band 45 Choir 1, 45 Workcrew 35 School Play 1, 35 Tennis 3, 45 Aqua Splash 2, 45 Volleyball Mgr. 25 Varsity Club 3, 4. KAREN BOES Choir 15 Honor Society 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 35 Varsity Club 2, 3. DAN BOYER Track 8. Field 1. TAMMY L. BRAAFHART Co-op 45 Voc School 35 FFA 15 Forensics 15 Art Club 3. DAVID ALLEN BRANDT Co-op 45 Student Council 15 Honor Society 45 Choir 15 School Play5 Swimming 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3. CYNTHIA M. BREWSTER Art Club 2, 35 Voc School 3, 45 Choir 1, 2, 35 Class Treas. 2. RON BROOKENS Voc School 3, 45 Teacher's Aide 45 FFA 1, 25 Homecoming Ct. 45 Mid-Winter Court 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 45 Track 8. Field 15 Basketball 1, 2. DON BROOKHOUSE Basketball Mgr. 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Softball 1. KENNETH BROWN Co-op 45 Voc School 3. DAVID BURKLE Co-op 45 Voc School 35 FFA 25 Track 8. Field 1. STEVE BURT Teacher's Aide 45 Basketball 15 Honor Society 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4. PAULA BUSCH Pep Club 15 Pom Poms 2, 3, 45 Co-op 45 Band 15 Office Worker 3 JILL BUSHAW Pep Club 25 Co-op 45 Voc School 35 Teacher's Aide 35 Choir 4. CINDY BUSHEN Co-op 45 Voc School 35 Office Worker 1. RANDY BUSHEN Co-op 45 Voc School 35 Football 15 Track 8. Field 1, 3, 4. RONALD CLIFFORD CALKINS FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 8. Field 2, 45 Swimming 15 Wrestling 35 Voc School 3, 4. SAM CARRIER Voc School 3. MARTIN CHAFFEE Spanish Club 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Jazz Band 45 Drum Major 15 Orchestra 15 Choir 45 Workcrew 15 Librarian 1, 2, 3, 45 School Play 35 Honor Society 3, 45 Steering Committee 3. JERRY CHASE Art Club 45 Baseball 3, 4. JANET CHITTENDEN Pom Poms 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Gymnastics 1, 25 Tennis 2. HELLE CHRISTIANSEN LORI A. COOK Voc School 45 Librarian 2, 3, 45 Office Worker 3. DOUG COPE, JR. Voc School 3, 45 Football 1, 2. RICK CORLEY Co-op 45 Voc School 3. KENT COYNE Voc School 3, 45 6th Grade Counselor 3, 4. BRAD CRAWFORD Teacher's Aide 45 FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 1, 35 Librarian 1, 2, 45 Football 1, 25 Track 8. Field 15 Wrestling 15 Class V-Pres. 1, 3. PAT CURRAN Co-op 4. RHONDA DAWE German Club 15 Teacher's Aide 4, Honor Society 45 Track 8. Field 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 35 Basketball Mgr. 45 Volleyball 25 Volleyball Mgr. 45 Softball 3, 45 Band 1. SCOTT DAWE Voc School 3, 45 FFA 1, 25 Librarian 15 Football 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. CALVIN DeKUIPER Student Council 45 School Play 1, Boys' State 35 Honor Society 3, 45 Golf 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. JOAN DeKUIPER Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Librarian 45 Varsity Club 1, 2, 35 Track 8. Field 1, 2, 3, 4. LORI DELIA Co-op 45 Voc School 3. ROGER THOMAS DeLONG Varsity Club 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 45 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY RENE DENHOF Pep Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 15 Co-op 45 Voc School 35 Student Council 1, 2, 35 Homecoming Ct. 2, 3, 45 Track 8. Field 1, 2, 35 Tennis 35 Volleyball 25 Class Pres. 25 Class Sec. 15 Class Treas. 3. VICTORIA LYNN DERKS Art Club 3, 45 Pep Club 15 Choir 15 Student Council 15 Volleyball Mgr. 25 Girls' Swimming 35 Boys' Swimming Mgr. 35 Aqua Splash 2 Steering Committee 4. VANES SA DeROCCO Co-op 4. BRUCE DEULING Co-op 45 Voc School 3, 4. BETH DEUR Ski Club 45 Student Council 3, 45 Choir 15 School Play 1, 35 Honor Society 45 Homecoming Ct. 45 Gymnastics 25 Tennis 2, 3, 45 I Varsity Club 2, 3, 45 Softball 35 Steering Committee 45 Class Sec. 3. CINDY DeVANNEY Art Club 45 Spanish Club 1. LISA ANNETTE DEZINSKI Art Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 35 Mat Maids 3, 45 Voc School 3, 45 Teacher's Aide 45 Band 1, 25 Pep Band 25 Softball 4. CHARLES DICKINSON Voc School 45 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. TIGE DICKENSON KATHERINE DIEKEMA German Club 15 Co-op 3, 45 Voc School 35 Student Council 15 6th Grade Counselor 45 Orchestra 1, 25 Office Worker 1. SUSAN DIEKEMA Choir 45 Voc School 35 Newspaper 2. GREGORY DODSON Co-op 45 Voc School 35 FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir 15 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. PAM DODSON Pep Club 15 Pom Poms 25 Cheerleader 3, 45 Teacher's Aide 45 Student Council 45 Football Mgr. 15 Class V-Pres. 25 Ski Club 3. KEL LI DOERING Ski Club 45 Voc School 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Aqua Splash 3, 4. KATHY DURKEE Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 15 Varsity Club 35 Librarian 45 Honor Z DOUGLAS EARL Spanish Club 25 Co-op 45 Voc School 45 Band 1, 2, 35 Choir 1, 2, 35 Pep Band 25 Tennis 35 Librarian 15 Workcrew 35 Swimming 25 Track 8. Field 1. Society 3, 4. ALICE ECKERT Voc School 3, 45 Student Council 45 Homecoming Ct. 45 Football Mgr. 3, 45 Class Sec. 4. ANNE EFJESTED Home Ec. Club 45 Ski Club 45 Exchange Student 4. SHARON EKKEL Co-op 45 Voc School 3. KRITHANA JOAN ELDRED Spanish Club 25 Voc School 3, 45 Yearbook 2, 3, 45 Student Council 15 Choir 15 Office Worker 1. DEANNA ELLISON Voc School 3, 45 FFA 15 Track 8. Field 1. DENISE ENSING German Club 15 Mat Maids 35 Student Council 15 6th Grade Counselor 45 Band 15 Track 8. Field 1. JOHN FARWIG German Club 15 Choir 15 School Play 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2. MORRIS FOLKEMA Voc School 3, 4. MARK FOSTER German Club 15 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Voc School 3, 45 School Play 35 Librarian 45 Wrestling 15 Class Pres. 15 Track 8. Field 1. ALLAN FOWLER Voc School 3, 45 FFA 1, 2. TOM FOWLER COLEEN FRENS Pep Club 15 Ski Club 45 Student Council 45 Choir 1, 3, 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 2, 35 Steering Committee 35 Honor Society 4. SHARON FRENS German Club 15 Co-op 45 Office Worker 45 Voc School 3. SUSAN FRENS Pep Club 15 Mat Maids 35 Co-op 45 Student Service Center 3, 45 School Play 1. DAWN LYNN FUNNELL Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 8. Field 4. Q9 sv llllllt I I Exif J I 4 ' ' 1 Senior Directory 121 I CHARMAINE GARCIA Spanish Club 15 Co-op 45 Forensics 15 Home Ec. Club 15 Voc School 3. ANDY GERDES German Club 15 Yearbook 45 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 15 School Play 35 Honor Society 45 Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Track 84 Field 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 25 Varsity Club 2, 35 Baseball 15 Steering Committee 2. JAYNE GERDES Voc School 3, 4. PEGGY LYNN GIFFEN German Club 15 Pom Poms 35 Varsity Club 2, 35 Teacher's Aide 45 Track 8. Field 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4. ALEX GORSKY Varsity Club 2, 35 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 81 Field 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 3, 45 Debate Team 25 Honor Society 3, 45 Boys' State 35 Boys' Nation 45 Steering Committee 2. JENNY GOSS Voc School 3, 45 FFA 1, 2. DEB GRAHAM Pep Club 35 Voc School 3, 45 6th Grade Camp Cook 3, 4. JULIA GRAHAM Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 1, 25 Pom Poms 45 Student Council 1, 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Majorette 3, 45 Librarian 45 Steering Committee 3, 45 Track 8. Field 1. SHERI LYNN GREINKE Spanish Club 15 Cheerleader 1, 25 Voc School 45 Student Council 1, 25 School Play 15 Track 8. Field 1, 25 Gymnastics 1. LISA GRUNOW Voc School 35 Student Council 45 Forensics 15 Office Worker 3, 45 Aqua Splash 1, 35 Steering Committee 45 Art Club 3. MARGIE GUIKEMA Spanish Club 45 Choir 15 Office Worker 1, 41 1 Senior Directory DARYLL HALL MARK HALL Football 1, 25 Track 84 Field 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 2. DAVE HALLMARK Art Club 15 Radio Club 25 Co-op 45 Forensics 15 School Play 15 Honor Society 45 Football 3, 45 Baseball 1. KIM HALLMEYER Voc School 3, 4. LAURIE HANMER Cheerleader 15 Voc School 45 Student Council 15 Gymnastics 1, 2. LINDA KAY HANSON Spanish Club 2, 35 Ski Club 45 6th Grade Counselor 45 Teacher's Aide 45 Band 15 Librarian 1, 25 Track 8. Field 2, 3, 4. BONNIE HARDY Pep Club 15 German Club 15 Mat Maids 35 Voc School 45 Teacher's Aide 45 Student Council 15 Band 1, 2, 35 Pep Band 35 Orchestra 35 Office Worker 15 Track Si Field 1, 35 Basketball 1, 2. DON HARRINGTON Voc School 3, 45 FFA 1, 25 Football 2. DAVID HARRIS Voc School 35 Librarian 25 Office Worker 35 Swimming 45 Volleyball 35 Varsity Club 2. DAVE HARTGER Football 15 Baseball 15 Voc School 3, 4. HEHRY HARTGER Co-op 45 Voc School 35 Student Service Center 3. BETH ANN HAWKINS Gymnastics 15 Cheerleader 25 Pep Club 25 Co-op 45 Spanish Club 1. ROBERT HAYWARD Voc School 3, 45 Band 15 Football 15 Track 8. Field 1. VIVEKA HEDMAN Ski Club 45 Exchange Student 45 Student Council 4. BRIAN HEISS Co-op 45 Voc School 35 Swimming 15 Golf 35 Tennis 2. PEGGY HERMAN Voc School 35 Teacher's Aide 45 Ski Club 45 oth Grade Counselor 45 Aqua Splash 45 Newspaper 4. TERRY HILER Voc School 35 FFA 1, 2, 4. NANCY HIRSCH Office Worker 3. BOB HOAD Co-op 45 Voc School 35 FFA 1. ALAN J. HOOKER Baseball 2, 3, 4. DUANE ALLEN HOPKINS Choir 1, 3, 45 Workcrew 1, 35 Football 1, 25 Baseball 1, 2, 45 Voc School 3, 4. LAURA V. HORNEY Voc School 4. GAIL HOWARTH Voc School 45 FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Office Worker 35 Honor Society 3 4. REBECCAH S. HOYT German Club 15 Pep Cub 1, 25 Office Worker 15 Teacher's Aide 45 Newspaper 45 Future Teachers 25 Student Service Center 3, 45 Basketball 15 School Play 35 Gymnastics 35 Gymnastics Mgr. 25 6th Grade Counselor 4. JONI L. HUNT Pep Club 25 Pom Poms 3, 45 Cheerleader 25 Voc School 3, 45 Swimming 35 Student Council 15 Band 1, 25 Orchestra 15 Librarian 35 Steering Committee 4. JILL HUNTOON Co-op 45 Voc School 3. I KELLY ISENHART Co-op 45 Voc School 35 Track ci Field 1. I WARREN JAHR Co-op 45 Voc School 3, 45 FFA 1 JANIL LE JONES KATHY JONES Ski Club 2, 45 Co-op 45 Office Worker 35 Voc School 45 Choir 1, 2, 35 Track 84 Field 2. ALEX KALVAITIS Ski Club 4, FFA 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 8. Field 1, 2, 3, 4. LEONARD ERNEST KANTOLA Co-op 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Pep Band 2, 3, Track 8. Field 1, 2, Varsity Club 2, 3. KELLY KEMPTON Voc School 3, Teacher's Aide 4, 6th Grade Counselor 4. KARLA KENT Voc School 3, 4, Homecoming Queen 4, Mid-Winter Court 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 8. Field 1, 2, 3, 4, Aqua Splash 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2. SHARON KNORR Basketball 1, 2, Softball 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1. CAMMY KNOX Voc School 3, 4. DEBRA KAY KOLK Pep Club 1, Cheerleader 1, Varsity Club 2, 3, Choir 1, Aqua Splash 3, Swimming 2, 3, School Play 1, Steering Committee 4. MIKE KRALEY Student Service Center 4, Newspaper 4, Voc School 3, 4. THERESE ANNE KRAPP Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Workcrew 1, 2, 3, Honor Society 4. JOHN KRIM Voc School 3, Librarian 1, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Mid-Winter Ct. 2, 3, M-W Prince 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, Baseball 1, 3, 4. CHRISTINE D. KUFAHL German Club 1, Mat Maids 3, Voc School 3, 4. WILLIAM D. KUNNEN Football 2, 3, 4, Track 8. Field 2, 3, 4. COLETTE LANCIAUX Voc School 3, 4, Track 8. Field 2, Swimming 1, 2. DAVE LAND Football 4, Track 8. Field 3, 4, Cross Country 1, Basketball 1, 2. KAREN LAREVA Swimming 3, 4, Track 8. Field 1, 2, Band 1, 2, Teacher's Aide 4, German Club 1, Pep Club 2, 3, Ski Club 4. RUSS LEVERICH Ski Club 4. PAM LUCAS Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Co-op 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Office Worker 1, Track 8. Field 1, Varsity Club 3. NANCI LUMMEN German Club 1, Mat Maids 2, 3, 4, Co-op 4, Voc School 3, Student Service Center 2, 3, 4, Office Worker 3, 4, Basketball 1. 144 EVERETT MAAT Spanish Club 1, Voc School 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Football Mgr. 4, Baseball 1. STEVE MACPHERSON Ski Club 4, Exchange Student 4, Yearbook 4, Student Council 4, Band 4, Pep Band 4, Golf 4, Tennis 4, Swimming 4. JOY MATTHEWS Co-op 4, Voc School 3. CHERYL MAUGER Art Club 4, Spanish Club 2, German Club 1, Teacher's Aide 4, Band 1, 2, Orchestra 1. BRIAN McDANIEL Spanish Club 1, 2, Ski Club 4, Student Council 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Choir 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 8. Field 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1 2, 3, Baseball 4, Class President 3 4. RANDY McDONALD Wrestling 1, Football 2, Spanish Club 1, Ski Club 4, Co-op 3, 4, FFA 1, 2. SARAH McLEAN Voc School 3, 4, Track 8. Field 1, 2. BEN MIDDLECAMP Voc School 3, Wrestling 1. CONNIE MOMANY Co-op 4, Voc School 3, Track 8. Field 3. I DALE MOON Co-op 4, Voc School 3, Band 1, 2, Track 8. Field 1, Basketball 1. ANITA MURPHY Spanish Club 1, 4, Voc School 4, Ski Club 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Librarian 1, Aqua Splash 2, 3, 4. V1 ROXANNE NADEAU Track 8. Field 1, German Club 1, Pom Poms 4, Voc School 3, Choir 1. SCOTT J. OOSTING Voc School 3, 4, Homecoming Ct 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 4, FFA 1, 2, Band 1, Co-op 4. PAUL OSBORN Spanish Club 2, 3, Yearbook 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Class V-Pres. 4, Steering Committee 3, 4. JOHN PEARSON Co-op 4, Voc School 3, 4, Track 8. Field 1, 2, Librarian 1, 4. JOYCE PEARSON Co-op 4, Office Worker 4, Softball 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. JUDI MAE PEKEL Spanish Club 1, Voc School 3, Student Service Center 3, 4. ROBIN PEKEL Co-op 4, Voc School 3, 4, Track 8. Field 3. VERA JAN PEKEL Student Council 1, Softball 1, Choir 1, School Play 1, Honor Society 3, 4. MOLLY PENCE Senior Directory BOB C. PERRY Voc School 45 Football 25 Baseball 2. JAY POOLE FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1. PENNY LEE POWELL Voc School 35 Teacher's Aide 4. LaVERNE POWLES Voc School 3, 45 6th Grade Counselor 3, 4. ALFRED R. PRIANTE, JR. Co-op 45 Voc School 35 FFA 15 Football 1. JOHN R. PRICE Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 1, 2, 35 Student Council 1, 25 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Jazz Band 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Golf 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Steering Committee 3. HOLLY PROCTOR Spanish Club 15 Pep Club 35 Voc School 45 Newspaper 45 Steering Committee 35 Student Council 15 Orchestra 15 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Jazz Band 45 Pep Band 45 Librarian 3. AMY PURVIS Art Club 15 German Club 15 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Forensics 15 School Play 35 Debate Team 2, 35 Honor Society 3, 45 Football Mgr. 45 Swimming 1, 25 Varsity Club 2, 35 Class Treas. 4. LORRI L. PYLE Mat Maids 25 Track 8. Field 1, 25 Voc School 3, 45 Aqua Splash 15 Basketball 1. x0 DOUGLAS ERIC RASCH Art Club 45 Co-op 45 Pep Band 25 Jazz Band 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Track 8. Field 1, 25 Football 1, 25 Cross Country 1. LAURIE JO RASEY Voc School 35 Choir 1. LARRY RATTIN Voc School 4. TAMMY JO REDINGER Voc School 3, 45 Track 8. Field 1, 25 Basketball 1, 25 Swimming 35 Aqua Splash 1, 2, 3, 45 Softball 3, 45 Varsity Club 2. Senior Directory JOHN A. RICHARDS Voc School 4. LEON ROBART Voc School 3, 45 FFA 25 Football 15 Track 8. Field 1. DEBBIE LYNNE ROMAN Art Club 45 Spanish Club 15 Pep Club 1, 2. KAREN LYNN RUSHMORE Mat Maids 35 Yearbook 4. 5 STEPHEN PAUL SCHAUB Spanish Club 15 Voc School 45 Orchestra 1, 25 School Play 35 Tennis 2. BARBARA SCOTT Voc School 3. MELISSA SCOTT Gymnastics 15 Band 15 Spanish Club 1, 25 Teacher's Aide 45 Co- op 4. SUE SHERMAN Teacher's Aide 45 Choir 15 Voc School 35 Home Ec. Club 15 Co- op 4. KRIS SHRIVER Spanish Club 15 Mat Maids 35 Co- op 45 Voc School 35 Student Council 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Majorette 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Ct. 45 Aqua Splash 35 Steering Committee 4. PETER N. SKEBERDIS German Club 15 Radio Club 3, 45 Librarian 4. JAYNE SLOAN Spanish Club 15 Cheerleader 1, 25 Pom Poms 3, 45 Homecoming Ct. 45 Mid-Winter Princess 35 Student Council 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Pep Club 1, 25 Art Club 45 Gymnastics 15 Football Mgr. 3, 4. KEVIN SMALLIGAN Co-op 45 Voc School 3. KAREN SNELLER Track 8. Field 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 FFA 3, 4. MATT SNYDER Ski Club 3. MARY JANE SOVINSKI German Club 15 Mat Maids 2, 3, 45 Student Service Center 2, 3, 45 Voc School 45 Band 1, 2, 35 Yearbook 2, 35 Orchestra 1. RICHARD ST. PETER II Pep Club 1, 25 Ski Club 45 FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Debate Team 35 Golf 1, 2, 3, 45 Swimming 2. THOMAS A. STARIHA Pep Club 15 Co-op 45 FFA 1, 2, 35 Choir 35 Football 15 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 2, 3. COLLEEN STEVENS Pom Poms 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Majorette 45 Track 8. Field 2, 3, 4. ELAINE STRONG Art Club 35 German Club 15 Mat Maids 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Librarian 15 Tennis 2, 3. DONNA R. SUPPLEE Spanish Club 35 Pep Club 25 Student Council 1, 2, 45 Forensics 15 Yearbook 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Class Sec. 2. ALLEN J. TANIS Co-op 45 Voc School 3, 45 FFA 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 2. DALE TANIS Voc School 3, 45 Football 1, 2. DENNIS TANIS Voc School 3, 45 Football 1, 2. RANDY TANIS Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Workcrew 15 Honor Society 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 25 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. WAYNE A. TEN BRINK German Club 15 Baseball 15 Ski Club 4. PAUL D. TESSARO Radio Club 2, 35 Librarian 25 Voc School 3, 45 School Play 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 35 Jazz Band 4. TERRI LYNN THOMPSON Pep Club 15 Voc School 3, 45 Student Service Center 2, 3. LORI ANN TIES LER German Club 15 Home Ec. Club 15 Yearbook 3, 45 Office Worker 15 Volleyball 2. JIM TINDALL Voc School 3, 4. JEAN A. TOVEY German Club 15 Mat Maids 25 Voc School 35 6th Grade Counselor 45 Librarian 4. JAMES A. TWIGG Spanish Club 1, 25 6th Grade Counselor 35 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Librarian 45 Workcrew 35 Football 15 Basketball 1. V PAT VAN AVERY Yearbook 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers 25 German Club 15 Honor Society 3, 45 Newspaper 45 Office Worker 1. DON VANDERWALL MARY LYNN VANDERWALL Spanish Club 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Jazz Band 45 Art Club 45 School Play 15 Honor Society 4. JANE LOUISE VANDER ZEE Pep Club 15 Home Ec. Club 1, 25 Voc School 3, 45 Choir 1, 25 Track 8. Field 1, 2, 3, 4. RHONDA VANDERZEL Home Ec. Club 35 Pom Poms 3, 45 Voc School 35 Softball 3. SUE VAN HEMERT Band 1, 2, 35 Pep Band 35 Orchestra 35 Honor Society 3, 45 Co-op 45 Mat Maids 3. BETTY VAN NIEUWENHUYZEN Art Club 45 Mat Maids 45 Voc School 35 Librarian 2, 45 Office Worker 2, 4. TIM MICHAEL VARBONCOEUR Track 84 Field 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 3, 45 Radio Club 35 Voc School 3, 4. CARMEN VEENSTRA Voc School 35 Teacher's Aide 3, 45 Choir 1. RICHARD D. VINCENT Spanish Club 25 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 2. JILL VOLZ Mat Maids 25 Co-op 45 Voc School 35 Choir 15 Workcrew 15 Librarian 15 Track 8. Field 1. 14? JEFF WALLACE Teacher's Aide 45 Choir 1, 2, 45 FFA 1, 2, 35 Football 2. GARTH WALTERS Voc School 3, 45 Football 15 Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Track 84 Field 1, 2, 3, 4. KAREN WARD German Club 15 Ski Club 45 Pom Poms 45 Student Council 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 25 Honor Society 3, 45 Track 8. Field 15 Gymnastics 1, 25 Steering Committee 25 Aqua Splash 2, 3, 45 Football Mgr. 4. LORI WARNER Voc School 35 FFA 2. KARI WEAVER Co-op 45 6th Grade Counselor 45 Spanish Club 1, 25 Exchange Student Zisummeri. CRAIG A. WEBSTER Art Club 25 Ski Club 3, 45 Football 1, 25 Basketball 15 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 1. PHILIP WETMORE Co-op 45 Voc School 35 FFA 2. DON WHEATER Radio Club 25 Voc School 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4. RUSS WHITE Student Service Center 45 Football 15 Baseball 2. JEFFREY SCOTT WILEY German Club 15 Yearbook 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Jazz Band 45 Golf 2, 3, 45 Librarian 2, 35 Basketball 15 Swimming 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4. JULIE WILLIAMS Spanish Club 15 Mat Maids 25 Forensics 15 Student Council 15 Choir 15 Aqua Splash 2. LEN WINCHEL Co-op 45 Football 25 Golf 15 Basketball 1, 2, 3. STEVEN W. WINTERS Football 4. KAREN SUE WITTE Band 1, 25 Orchestra 15 Track 8. Field 4. MARK ALAN WITTE Co-op 45 Choir 35 Workcrew 35 Swimming 2, 45 Class Treas. 1. TAMMY WRIGHT Co-op 45 Voc School 35 Track 84 Field 15 Basketball 1, 2. KELLY WYNGARDEN Choir 15 School Play 15 Track 84 Field 1, 45 Girls' Swimming 2, 3, 45 Boys' Swimming Mgr. 45 Aqua Splash 25 Varsity Club 2. Z SUSAN ZACHARIAS Co-op 45 Voc School 35 Office Worker 1. JOSEPH W. ZAPLETAL Radio Club 1, 25 Voc School 3, 45 Choir 15 Football 1, 2. BARBARA ANN ZELDENRUST Ski Club 45 Co-op 45 Voc School 35 Office Worker 4. DWIGHT ZELLER Band 45 Pep Band 4. TIM ZUCHOWSKI Spanish Club 15 Teacher's Aide 45 Student Council 3, 45 Golf 15 Football 15 Cross Country 3, 45 Track 8. Field 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Treas. 1. Second Semester Additions DAN BUHACOFF Exchange Student 45 Newspaper 25 Debate Team 15 Basketball Mgr. 1, 25 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 45 Softball 15 English Club 4 yrs.5 Rowing Team 3 yrs. ARTURO BUITANO Exchange Student 45 Swimming 1, 25 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. CECILIA CORTES Exchange Student 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Choir 15 Gymnastics 15 Basketball 15 Tennis 15 Class V-Pres. 45 Class Sec. 4. GARY HANNAH DEBRA VAN BUSKIRK Senior Directory 125 CLASS OFFICERS: ROW 1: A. Eckert, Sec.5 A. Purvis, Treas.g ROW 2: P. Osborn, Vice-Pres.: B. McDaniel, Pres. Senj 01's 9 .. 1 ' ' I N , ELLEN ADAIR L L I RANDALL ERIN LENORE JAYNE BETTY SUE DONNA LYNNE ALDERINK ANNIS AUSTIN BADEAUX BANACKA RAYMOND BRIAN KATHLEEN M. WAYNE CATHERINE MAE BARBARA JEA BEATTIE BELL BERENS BERG BERRY 126 Seniors 1 E .L -v , 1 :- MARYANN DOUG JAN BISSON BLAMER BODE 4, . Q. J q' " , Q DAN BOYER VIH, .F . , 11 1 ,,.. '1 W. i J, ,, l N qw A, oAv1o ALLEN -.gp , BRANDT of '78 nas finally made it. YNTHIA M. RON BREWSTER BROOKENS ik! 02+ foo Q' ' s l 2 , lv l! Web L.. '.,- wg" ,. K X? . N- ,- .2 . 4,1 i x 1. , 'M s . ., vim, . 1. At the beginning of the year, no one could believe that the role that last year's juniors played, has turned the role of this year's seniors--including the senio into rs. But as the year wears on, it is obvious that the class Seniors 1 jk lun. I A - fix f' 'F J z, ' ",.: V X.,, 'NA ':. 4-a N DON KENNETH DAVID STEVE BURKLE BURT BROOKHOUSE BROW N Seniors JILL BUSHAW RANDY BUSHEN PAULA BUSCH CINDY BUSHEN RONALD CLIFFORD CALKINS v ' ai-, wily f? 5 M.. w his wi R- - , , 4 X -Q, , Q A, T N I CARRIER CHAFFEE kv ,Q QA- R heir- . -. 'Fay lv- i , 'Ve' R A f 1- -3 LORI A. COOK vp ff, fff' ' 1 Y KENT COYNE 'Q- lv , BRAD CRAWFORD , i , 1-, . if viii x w 5 1 , f'jf,f5g,O vm A G nXf""t'5"2J4, A 'fwfr' 'fbi' J Q, During the year, the seniors seem to get all the breaks. Their seniority influences everyone, and even the teachers show more respect toward them. They are the only ones in the school receiving college scholarshios and awards, not to mention sen or skip day. 2 ,A .' i A4-'I , P tk ? 'I SCOTT CALVIN JOAN LORI ROGER THOM DAWE DeKUIPER DE KUIPER DELIA DeLONG 130 S eniors MARY RENE VICTORIA LYNN VANESSA DENHOF DERKS DeROCCO BRUCE BETH CINDY DEULING DEUR DeVANNEY W iff' ' E" 0 CHARLES TIGE DICKINSON DICKINSON GREGORY KELLI KATHY DODSON DOERING DURKEE 35: 431:- QX F-'ALL xx KATHERINE SUSAN DIEKEMA DIEKEMA DOUGLAS ALICE EARL ECKERT ANNE I I SHARON EEJESTAD EKKEL V KRITHANA JOAN DEANNA ELDRED ELLISON Seniors 1 DENISE JOHN ENSING FARWIG FOLKEMA FOSTER gg Fowu: MARK ALLEN TOM R 1' X., .X , V nxt- 2, I ll S25 , S MORRIS ff I i X, FOWLER COLEEN SHARON SUSAN DAWN LYNN CHARMAINE FRENS FRENS The senior girls are the only ones that are eligible for Homecoming Queen and lVlid- Winter Queen. Senior guys are always captains of football lwhere they have the upper hand in rookie month? and of the basketball team. Seniors FRENS FUNNELL GARCIA T7 7215 1 - 4 JAYNE PEGGY LYNN ALEX GERDES GIFFEN GORSK ', N SOJ' Q A fx. fs c p ! v ff-. L Cr .1 ji QF .D DEB JULIA LISA GRAHAM GRAHAM GRUNOW N , , MARK DAVE HALL HALLMARK , A w KIM LAURIE LINDA HALLMEYER HANMER HANSEN ,K . Q f Seniors 133 6"0 BONNIE DON DAVE HENRY BETH ANN HARDY HARRINGTON HARTGER HARTGER HAWKINS ROBERT BRIAN PEGGY ' HEISS HERMAN .x XE 4 T ' X X x -E., uf- U ' M ., DU- A x 5 5 'yuh s i L 171' VIVEKA HEDMAN ,E But the seniors have earned their seniority. After three years of studying and contributing part of themselves to Fremont High School, the seniors finally reach graduation day. The caps and gowns have been ordered and the announcements have been sent out. 'l J f1"i' TERRY NANCY BOB ALAN J. DUANE ALLEN HILER HIRSCH HOAD HOOKER HOPKINS LAURA V. GAIL REBECCAH S. JONI L. JILL HORNEY HOWARTH HOYT HUNT HUNTOON KELLY WARREN JANELLE KATHY ISENHART JAHR JONES JONES Seniors 135 K ALEX LEONARD ERNEST KELLY ALVAITIS KANTOLA KEMPTO N LX ., if CAMMY DEBRA KAY MIKE KNOX KOLK KRALE CHRISTINE D. WILLIAM D. KUFAHL KUNNEN i L! xl , iv F ' M 9' ii S 165' in S.- v' . . . , iff' ,, ' ,,.,.f --sJ 136 Seniors l'P' I KARLA KENT V I W THERESE ANNE KRAPP SHARON KNORR JOHN KRIM .V 2- ka ML'-f,1, J 1 ' N I ,-'V- .1'. Q0 1, -AL 5.1 , 5-Q '50- NANCI LUMMEN 21, .. A , xx 5 Q W7 2 ve: , ---41":5- fy K , JOY CHERYL MATTHEWS MAUGER ,F V , ,I '.',,.5L 'I- si .H 4 A. s 4 -53. 'Q xg . ,av 3292 Q- 'gl :M ,X E.. X-V s,., , ' 4 N, ' v, 1? I 9 rfb 1.5.5. l . ,..' f ' ' K fx V!-.,, ROXANNE SCOTT J NADEAU OOSTING 1: 'wr f Lv, ,f 51 V S L. . ' LLY . ' ,..' X239 lv . PENNY LEE POWELL :F 1 LaVERNE POWLES K NCE Q' if i , Y, ' V. -Q.. 1- C 1, if ' --f,-1 11,-M,-,," 121 H -L -1.a.,.,a.-Y A .ffiix .Q E W5 '-.9121 5 f J- f ' r-ggjj.. 4- if ' gif: 17 '4 ALFRED R. 'fffvg "" gififif' ""f'2" PRIANTE, JR. I , , ' N f ff. 4 . . " 5 ' 4. .fl Hx N 3 L ' f L' 57 sq" i H K. 4' iv ' s f N ,. ', r 99 "4 ,li q .--rf. E 4 .. if - ut,-', " -' f , 1, .x 4 ,,, .A .A .Lf if i '4 K w I f Q. H42 ,Snr , - Pdf ., UE:-,, 5, AREN LYNN ,rn ' vi f fi 'Af f! fix? ,lf -,x a 4 1 5 if RUSHMORE N IA-'I :iv .v v .VI 7 . 3 ' u S41 1 . b.. we . , ' sfffifff if if .I I' rf 'HM ,rf MARY JANE RICHARD THOMAS play. sovmsicr sT. PETER n COLLEEN ELAINE DONNA R. , STEVENS STRONG SUPPLEE QU P 1,1-h" l E ALLEN J. DALE DENNIS TANIS TANIS TANIS Saying farewell to lifetime classmates is also part of the role that seniors play. Old friends promise to keep in touch, but each senior realizes that they are approaching a new act in the STARIHA 1:-' l - '- A F' ..--1. RANDY WAYNE A. TANIS TENBRINK Seniors 13 I A-A vi . .A , PAUL D. TESSARO ln that new act, they will be faced with new roles to play, along with new actors to work with and new directors to work for. i i V H ': i F ' n TERRI LYNN LORI ANN 1 THOMPSON TIESLER ' JIM JEAN A. i 'r1NoAL L Tovav JAMES A. PAT DON MARY LYN TWIGG VAN AVERY VANDERWALL VANDERWAL 142 Seniors if '.r .S 95' Aj, :fo 1 JANE LOUISE RHONDA SUE BETTY VAN- VANDER ZEE VANDERZEL VAN HEMERT NIEUWENHUY ,s Z IM MICHAEL RBONCOEUR 4Y"""'v-. GARTH WALTERS 1 ll CARMEN VEENSTRA KAREN WARD I' A 5 , Q- ., in Y ZA' 'Q XX. J' I 'fY".y, .' I. '.'.' N . xi, ':, A ,,. . .,,A. , , .ii K. A :CE - -V.,..i ., -zu. FZ, , 1-wwf' 1 N 9 'tx As the senior year draws to a close, the seniors suffer from acute senioritis, a disease that is cured only when graduation is over and high school is a thing of the past. 144 Seniors iss JULIE LEN STEVEN W WILLIAMS WINCHEL WINTERS KAREN SUE MARK ALAN WITTE WITTE 4 'f 'Q 9 ' 'YQ fe! 93" r i !grff" .4-.bf y - v lv "W ,- . r-'YQQJ i- A ' , w if ' - 5 SUSAN ZACHARIAS JO SEPH ZAPETAL A ' wg1 Y fl I ww- -1,1 P' K ritlq ' 1 , 45, W'-1 A x w B a .Y- X .f . 'EC' 1' ' 46 3 . -' Nx 7 tl X Sally Alderink Wendy Anderson James Andre Mary Andrews Joseph Annis Jill Bancroft Lisa Barends Cindy Beatty Susie Belknap Jana Berens Beth Betts Charles Binkley James Blain Ralph Blurton Joni Bock Cindy Boeskool .- - , L' 1 'QU' 2, ' 5 " '. , -- . . ' 254 .j - ' , Zgivjl f H " - is s 2 4 'if .1911 ' - af' l As' 1' . "I W ' 1' .l vl. fx 2 ' ', 315 ll A l it y if Q 4 "" ai! I 'v ,. si id A A ff John Bonk Wendy Bouwsma Frances Brandt Bob Breuker Carlyn Buitendorp T4 , Beth Bunce Dan Burk Amy Burkle Nanette Burns Jennifer Burnside Kenneth Bushaw Q, ,f Y.. i ,L . - ... , ,, - N l 1 Al 1-ll l 1 Q -,, rs f ag tri' 'i ' ' 4 Kari Brookens - A E' ' " A 'A ff' " A A Y 4 ' Q ",.Qe35g. - . ".. 'svn fi if 1' J " Q-" ' ' J .-. Q I' 'I ny, - is f 'f Q, A ' , 'S ' - ' ' " . A . -r X. Luanne Bushen Mark Bushen Vicki Calkins Susan Cappadonia Kevin Carnes Lorrie Chaney It is 3:02 p.m. An 11th grader is standing at his locker thinking. If we were able to read his mind, this is what we might find: "Let's see, tonight there's basketball practice, and after that is the football sport's banquet." Juniors x "' 2 -. - ' . wlh fp. A K Y' Q'-ai . ff '94 -. . ff' -A fy .. H "aa E- 4.7: -N CLASS OFFICERS: Pres. B. Maynard, Tres. K. Sanderson, Sec. S. Shinavier, V. Pres. D. Burk I Jumors -v - ft! mg,-,Q V. fig A i 1' J ll Q.. S 5 '- , A l .nr gm' 1' L, F I -1 Al l l V 'iff 5 EE ali J F - 1 A F l r Y' ifvt l s X V . . X1 lg g , l J I A F mlb, Y J T VV L A 1 'n ff? N! A ' I " 1 A ' .t f I A ,. at .gi X A I , V.. ' L Y 5 Y ll, -V 1 73 lg 'Aa FV ' ' L ', 3' x ,L 'FA A' l 'l -gl I f ' J 5 Ji Janet Chupp Jack Church Robert Clark Joni Cochran Lisa Conant Mike Cook Wayne Cowley Mary Cregg Tammy Cumings Diane Current Valerie Curtice Mary Dailey Andrea Dawe Mark Deephouse David DeJohn Scott DeKryger Paula DeKuiper Jamie Delia Terri DeLong Dwight Deur Susan DeWitte Julie DeYoung Mark Dezinski Bob Dickinson Lee Durham Allan Dykman Asa Eastl ing Mike Erasing Jim Eppink Craig Estabrook Kristine Everett Bill Featherstone , M D f ' f fl fi f- H it fm- ', ll it 5' K! lflix X1 N 1 -, 31 -- " ' - ,lf 1' P ' V.: Q " A I ,J E 1 r-- . - N , It - ,H , A D, Q Y N' 2: ' 31 U Qi Q X 4 L lb' 2 S A H rw rl " A A Y FM! NLS- my v. 'A-v A , ,x i X" . ' ,C 'X . H. "x JN ,ik-F. N f--199 1 M4 " i .. VQ- or "" I F 5' f 1- ' ff w A Y ' U 1 " :If .- f W ' lf! V ' "2 , fl , ' l ' "' 'A Q' .H V, - ' 'xi 'H " , " - ' , A f, l E 5' f ' Lu if 'Y V '52 N 'H f-ff i : ff . 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Dennis Flynn Roger Franklin David Fraser Greg Frens Marjory Frens Mike Frens Nancy Freriks Beth Fries J -'P-L - ,f', K " w ,ff 47 5 :- 73 in ff NIJ , 0 ll Juniors Tim Frost Liz Funnell Ryan Gillette Tom Greer Jeff Greinke Scott Grunow Randy Guss Ken Hager Kim Hall Sally Hall Jenifer Hamilton Peg Hamilton Maurice Hannah Howard Hansen Lisa Hansen Terry Hardy Carmen Heft Franziska Hildebrand Rick Hinton Terri Hoezee Mary Hoffman Steve Hoffman Dave Homan Dave Hooker Lisa Hooker Tammy Hoppa Marla Howard Shari Hulett Pat Ireland Marcy Jacobs Scott Jewett Shari Johnson Jennie Jones Larry Jones Chuck Kase Sandra Keehl Juniors 'ff'f?""' 'f d ll .A " , r I N i A A A l J "IK :-" il : , . f '. ' ,N ,Wy . Q N X33 . .Q A Isl . , , X 1 -5 ,J lv ,-Yr l ' " - " 7 4' Ali , JL 6 U l Ei 1. -.- I" 5.7J5::..1 I rw ix "jr 'K 2 gk r f, W , lull" if , . X LJ" ' foci Y K '.4' A 5 F , . 'nl' ' V ' AZ 7 ' J Zn, -1. f 1 N ll Q-. " e l' V l p f,f fQ,. 5 Q as ss' s l Q i l' L: "i 'Q X iv it .4 b W 1 Y .. ' X J it 1 . . ' 5 X in A --If v. Q4 l V V I -I-aw - A , 5'-Alix ' K: ' V ' - 1 l A l 1 p , F , L' 1 frlilg-A A V g V152 .' , aff Vf.3lJ 3f' -,A is In 'ff' of -S lf' N ,I l f flclll, 1 ' l . V 1 17- Y V ll. . Qs 4 :sl L 11- r . at '43 A srl -I Fglf '- .1 E1 J ' -- ff? H SA N 4'. : UV " I I! ,I Ilxylfaf -ya lm A Q r lg., ' wx ,f -' , l Y 1 J - ' Q 'lx y ', -, u V X It Lfysklh- A Y' qv.. . ,.r' , Y ey, l al l . 71 '71 i 1 . l ' . ,, - K R , I' m fx PJ ., 1 . 'J i l 'i1lZffF" ' no J ew rv 1 .- J - E7 57 if 3 L r A ' 1 'f gl lrr. -',hwff?'Q 4 f I I - ish' fi lfwffl- '- E 1, ,f W- X I V . 1 Hifi J N Q ,T J'- l' has -4 J l "' l A X 5 a ll " . - 13, 2- ' - 'tl l K in . V if nf .4:.lsf'.5 ' J ' 4' 1 V I "Tomorrow noon I have a Student Council meeting, and then I should talk to Hack about my grade in German. On Friday I have to send in my registrations for the PSAT and ACT tests and talk to Nlrs. Reath about college." ' I 'IQ I I I V ,I . Il W vu I' I ' . V. ' if I I I 9 I- 2 I ,. L ""--" ,- I- I , KNIT' 1 , r K I K ,I If TT7 ITT ' r"' AT ' I' V IIIYQWTTIT T I I l I 4 1' I - I fv ' ' I I 'G' I 3 I IJQLI I . I T N' "-' f I I 'jr J, N I - t K ,a I ,, I it S ' -7 'I I I I I I I I , SIX II I l II I A K, I I A fi F, I -, 1. nl l I Kurt Kemperman Suzette Kerstein Yvonne Kerstein Greg Kiester Joan Klemundt Phil Klomp David Krapp Colleen Krim Betsy Krommendylc Terri Kufahl Patty Landheer Mary Jo Lauritzen Jackl Lozicki Ellis Luchies Lisa Luchies Harold Maat Mike MacDonald Randy Machiele Jeanette MacLean Louis Martinez Deb Mast Patty Masters Kim Matthews Karen Mauger Brian Maynard Paul Maynard Robert McLean Tammy Meeuwenberg Glenn Myers Marc Miller Janene Monette Diana Mullennix Rick Munson Kelly Neibarger Colleen Obits Fo ' II13 ' ' II III I I I I I. 3 , I I ' I I I I Q If -It' X31 I I. I II L9 s I - I 77? ' 7 II sf "Y " 'W ' I I I I I I . It 4 ,, p I :W ,IIIRYA1 I I I -W A. X AI Ix I 1" Q ,I I fu .I -9 'V' ,W A- gg ' K- 1 ., , I I ' pffvfh' ' I f' I ---. fi-.fit F? A rye R e is a ff I -AL , fi I Q X s B Vllffl DBZ f, Z 7 XX 'Q 1 1 fr- ,fs t I . 7 ,sir Il. ffs T - .f"v.J' iw Juniors Dermont Olds Jerry Olsen Keith Olsen Dan 0'Rourke Laura Pacifici Tony Parks Kit Patton Sharene Paulsen Julie Pearce Gary Pedersen Roy Perez Willie Perez Gayle Perry Linda Petropoulos Rick Pikaart Jody Postema Sheradee Prentiss Mary Beth Ramm Betty Rasey Norma Reath Dale Robart Karen Robart Steve Roelfsema Carole Rogers Judy Rottier Kathy Rottman Jane Sabo Dave Salata Diane Salkovich Connie Sanborn Kay Sanderson Julie Scott Melany Scott Sandra Scott Sandy Sevigny Karen Shell Pat Shemwell Sue Shinavier Tina Short William Siegel Nancy Siersema Cathy Slocum Doreen Sluiter Marcia Sluiter Greg Smith Melinda Smith Joe Sovinski Joan Splitstone Juniors 1 '-ei tiff P 'T it 1 C "H wwvv"f'iJl irii VT tl 'Fu rl 'N l 'A J Q 'I V' y 'vii if t - Q nf J W' J ff' y 'T A - 'L f 1: 4.-. . f' '- 2' -N., ' 'if' V r ills J iv ' 1' '- RT' 'T' ' J ' if - Vfus Yrv . if 'ffl N 4 ' ' 1 V , as me l as P- 'THY' .I ww - 11' X , ,N 4 V A 1 , , . 4 ' 1 T. 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I .tg ilg ' l I. 1 df , 1 ,rss .9 I - ' I ' A -sl. . . ' ' I ' V fifgff-f ' ,wa-iii M . -Jil , "' f I 1154- I in if I i f B fi,-' It ' ' I ' ' ' f " fi I I I I-'I I G vi vig .A I 'uf "1 I A A ,, 1' ' , 'Qi ' 1.4 I -.V 4 4 ,B f y 3 .P J' ' - .' X "' uit" -'f"'n - IW' - K' ITT, TA N Tl I Tl TTT: nf YN ff? I ' ' . 1 " 4 I ,I A E - - I 4 . A W V, . ' U , F-.4 IZWT ' I I wi? ' 'I . I' .' ,-5 ' ,rf . .3 -Y --...,i ,H - 5 ' T7 I . D 'T' 'Iii' I ' F e D " . I . ff' I P 'A '!'L 51212 I' V" 0. , I 13 FI " I , ., ' fyf' qt' Jw' 'Z -idly ' ' ' ' ' .-if.: ' s ,fn A Ig- f H ' I ' I I Lisa Witte V wh l A t 1' Drew Wolford g -.- ,L y' ' ,JZ 5' 5- l Cheri Wolfsen TF' " 1" L... f 5 John Wright I Q A X, .3 B- I N Tammy Wright ,A l A '.A, 3 'a I , Pam Zuwerink V -.1 1 A 1, I - "Friday night I have a date with IVIary, no, wait. Did I ask her? Did she accept? Oh, no! It vvasn't IVIary, it was Sandy! Or was it Joan? I had better go check on that." And on it goes in the busy life of a Kirk Staley Dan Stout John D. Stroven John H. Stroven Steve Stroven Marcy Swanberg Brenda Talley Bryan Tanis Doug Tanis Steve Tanis Kim Taylor Loren Taylor Joanne Teall Jay TenBrinlc Ed Tennlson Jill Tibbe Dave Tindall Jerry Twigg Sue Val lie Nancy VanDop Cindy VanSickle Vicky Verschueren Keith Vliem Terri Wantz Teresa Ward Karen Wardell Melody Warner Kelvin Warren . Mark Waters John Wauchope ' Scot Wauchope Mary Weaver Julie Webster Brad West Robin Wetmore Alan Wever Bernie White Laureen Witte 9 1 6 7 Pa x G if ,. f EV. 'ffm I I if , D Q 5 Juniors CLASS OFFICERS: ROW 1: S. DeVanney, V. Pres Ireland, Sec. ROW 2: P. Person, Treas., D. Maynar Soph om ores It has been said that the hardest adjustment for a sophomore to make in the high school is the stairs. . 'QF' Jill Abbott Tony Andre Denise Annis Bob Austin Mark Barker Larry Banacka Colleen Barnes Nancy Barringer Frank Beattie Jeff Beecham Karla Beeler David Beemer Lisa Bennett Sue Bergquist Louanne Bigelow Angie Billerbeck David Bilski Jim Black Terri Blain Lynn Blamer Doug Boerman Lori Boerman Carol Boes Dan Booker Sherry Bouwsma Kim Boyer Harry Braafhart Gary Brayman Carol Breuker Bill Brunner Sue Bultman Gary Bunce Maurene Bunce Brian Burgess lu 1 Ili All fre Steve Burk MX f 12 Sophomores "5 1:-L 'X 'H 41' -"gr 3 l l ,i L., TT. , V ,, , . . - 3- " ri . S ig P 2" V fy , A ri HILL..- ,J L. 4 X .Lf I .N .1 -.. ., 4 L ,, f-5 'if Q -3- P A A 'kj "4 5 ., v , W-Y il 1 i , " ' ,li . 1 X . AEE' ll' -P f s ,f,,' 'li' f f'T'fj+Ff1?fg - .5 1-5 W I V V- f M -- , . Y Y 1.1. ,L L ,,. 1 ' , P ' I ' ' ,MW P i A 'l .rr "-' ev rl' , .- J f ' y -A -29 l Jr., .gi . ry 4, ' .4 X X? Y ' -' J: l 43' N 4:- 1 V , V If " ' 'l W ' , 52 F555-3': : NL X I X if g a I I . 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H' 'Q all I 'N I lfl ,f .' ,Mn lil, ao ' 00 li MV Randy Burt Janna Buter Todd Canniff Karyn Carnes Sheila Carrier Greg Chase Jeff Comis Richard Content Laura Cook Mike Cook Richard Cook Linda Cooper Dave Cope Lori Cordts Troy Coyne Laurie Curran Eric Dawe Vickie Dawe Beth DeKam Jody DeKleva Melissa DeKuiper David DeLong Ted DeMars Chris Denhof Kim DeRocco Lori Deuling Sue DeVanney Todd DeVries Brian Dickinson David Dickinson Richard Diekema Kim Dowker Doug Drent Bill Durham Kevin Dykman Peggy Earl Gail Eaves Mike Ebert David Eckert Linda Ekkel Richard Eldred Jodi Ensing Sophomores lt was always thought that making this adjustment was necessary bec of the danger of falling down the steps. The sophomores have disprov this theory and come up with a new one--falling up the steps. Wendy Essebaggers ffIf'..'ff 'i - ' ag. ' 55: rI13IfI ' L Ju .Ig ,I Sheri Estabrook . . l ' Leah FaraIbau9h -Ip " W 'I l' - II lil ' i l I- Joel Farwlg ZV ,aw ji 'gi .5 I J' 5. I' I I ' gay Mark Ferguson .:I I' Vs. '-4 l jgil I I-,,.j . ' " 51 ' I 1 Tim Flkse E I i ,VI V aw' I - ' .1 EI . - Lisa Folkema r . II I "1 - H.. I I, .I V 'V l EI., " 'I i Kelly Foster ' If 1 ' ,',i ' Qt! "I, V ' QV H .,'n Ili.-f Bruce Fox V '55-Q-" 1 "'LflII J I V 'if fl l . ' r'L'Qf"' iii Wil 2.12 Carolyn Franklin ii: . 'EI " il 1 -Q' ' jigs II I "II ill rI ' 'I Q: 'J Marilyn Franklin ,If l A 'i I I I I-' - I- J I lr Terri Frens I -TU QQ! 3 , ,. ' I' . I IV '- I V ' A Don Frey I' I Q 'f l 1 ff ' ' V . V .- I H . I I Mike Fuller F, f J T I ,L I I A "I V MI' VV l o Rudy Garcia II JI,-Il l Q l- .J Ifl I 4 LV .V I L' L41 Dave Gardenour 1' J 1 ' N " 5?-.V .. ' Vl, , Q 3 Mary Geefine il.. '.:Y 11 " WP i' . 1-' , . Wendle Gerber '22, l 5 'yi N il' 'V ' Y "' A, I "1 I ' ' " Mark Gerdes if L l x V ' l " r . l' l. A ' J' ' -1 . - 3' . -V 1 li .4 ' . ,, ' ,i - ii -r V Al.. 4 1 I rf? -' . lg .-'V-ri ,. Ruth Gerdes il 1 'la S . .f- F ,Q Ill. A l " 1 V ' VI-X gl "" . Todd Gilliland I liz III ' Ili-2 III-. + A r II V II III-'B ft I David Griffes I JI I I7 "e' . Ti' I .I -' V r' o' 5 Linda Griswold ' Vli l .III 5" 1 gf I l I ' 1 ' ll If-FYI I ' Scott Grove "-LEX N V1 ' 1' N 5 n-LJ. PL' f PL 'V i ,,,..I" Q .I IIIIj ly 3: -'f f - I I I VI.I --I iff at aft f , rrp V l . K Gall Halverson lr I II L if ,L y 4 V - 'jfjwf'lllI 3' J r I Ve ,, l Chris Hanna i 4 72212 r lll 'F . A if ll-:I I I 'fp J I. 1 Roger Hanson -1' ,ll -"El, as 1- :W-'V ' ' it F mf l lg' l" . 13' l 14 , V 4 , - v -env , lt-M , l Fritz Hawes , -M 3 152 F ' ' . lI" I. K I Jeff Hawes ' I,I I - ' I-, K VI- ' Q ' V' 4' Lori Henderson A' '. 'U -A l A +1 V' f T . 1 "' ' 1 -V f "f f ' ,LJ-.V ' fi' Tl V' - - f YI, i I , Q. IE :IJ IV Ili I II Yr' I IIZIII I 6.1 ff I5-1 ,-,III IIIII. I . ,Iv ' ' Pam Henderson ' I . il , 'V Iffle-I . l Terri Henderson . III ' H rl,I I V .5' ,'aI I II? : Julie Hiler I, w V i.' I I .' ,S I, l Carrie Hooker 1 'II 'li' R E Ip ig . V. f - N -"il ' Jeff Hooker ' fjlsj . fIf . I:- lie-ll l, J lf ,II. Nancy Hooker i l. J ' ' tliwf ix, 5.4-,1 .,V Jan Hopkins Nancy Host Kerry Ireland Laurie Jahr Kevin Jewett Leon Johnson Fred Jones Kathi Kantola John Karnemaat Karla Keehl Kevin Klopp Norman Knorr Dale Knuver Todd Koewers Dan Kohns Sophomores .l.-Z V" 1 . In -Il 1f"l l l lp.. l wi, fl QJQ A 'W' 7' . 'l ,ar .. I , fs- fIffI i IIIIII li, Tl my . l xr -Q . f . II., I I. . f..I,. V ,... aa. -af, gg:-' ' I-.l 'I 'T' -V 'w 'Q' " li'-Q' 1 ' 'f l'IL1'.W'. l U' -rl I ,. ,ij I ' LII , 1 l if-SI' I 'N , ly , ' A . rg V l l I- -ff ,VL lr 5 ii 1 ' VI, L . .. 'f . , li. li Q- ' ' ' J 1' . I re' L' l yi.-! fi l . X ll fefe l' ll? " ' . l V. A' l I If I II If . I It I IIIlII I.,I:..l IH ll i 1 I I I.I . IVVU ,I ll l , I ,lV V . Vl i n V, .. i V I4 ,I I I lib. V 'xIII II ,fly Q ff.:-if l 5 'll W-I-4 Qu' gjf' K 'lil I. .I g l A,-' Hi 5' l 1 l if . . . V l F " Ll' l i " rl Ik J, rl 4 I X l I 'P , , l JT ' '.. 9 I ' iw? V " -' fa J as we -Ei-G 4WONDER.FLU----r J o O 9 Wm VX XXV' f J. ff ,Gad : :r 1' -M 'fl ' J 2 J ' NI -A , if Lf- - '. ' v "Q: .Wx N 'X -1 ' , ,A 4.." J.. , ' TTN ' . . Hi: xx" ,Il 'T' 1 g, I , L lj I, , J F! I L ' Q l "Jig ' ' Vrilf .iz - ' -11' ' . W1 J' ' N L59 , Q ,l.i'hfN W A 1 3 I M '-.-- -f'1 I 'A rw K , 4 ii I 9 , W . 'L D We filf V. ,Q ff-H 15' K gee- J 1 'I '- . ,' fm-1. 5. ' A - l 1- K M 45, ,N - -H Y i4 I uf' Ji Tx J 4 in 4. ii? me-4 p w i . V 'H it .LT,E,j' , , 'gy y ,,. 1: I .- l. . , ,S 'a X X 4 l K, ,, lr. ls w ri.l.G A is .T 5 X I. A ,R ' -.'. 1 if . W. K, J-. fl Ya ' ilu x , A K . W Q L ' V , . ,ix J , -.Qi-4 a. 'H K a +1 J F' I ii? j fs all Ns.: - L: ' ' 4 " A' 11., - 1 ' ' ' -S ,' l L .., f - . ,X . X f A - ' 3 'JI ' N Ii .um--rf u 'B 1 -7 nr- v K I A L A X E ' fr' +w..f.,ff 4 fl - ' 1- J J- f ff' Christine Kole John Kolk Marianne Kolk Steve Kunnen Jlm Lanciaux Brian Land Linda Langriclc Lora Lankhorst Steve LaNore Dan Leatherman Klm Levirich Julie Lourens Mike Lozicki Carl Luchles Una Maat Chris Machiele Joe Martin Diane Mater Tammy Maxson Doug Maynard Wendy McAllister Alvin McNair Kelly Miedema Mike Mikowski Vicky Mohrbach Amy Monroe Jane Moon Judy Moon Mike Morse Mary Lois Moss David Murphy Kim Nlckleson Laurie Nieboer Lori Nixon Kelly Olds Mike Oostlng Sophomores Roger Parks Scott Parks Kris Patton Donald Pawlowski Debbie Pearson Paula Person Jim Petropoulos Kathy Poole Jamie Potter Charlene Priante Mary Jo Price Beth Purvis Darryl Rasch Tim Rasmussen Diana Rattin Connie Reagan Steve Redding Robin Redinqer David Rodgers Beth Roelfsema Vicki Ropp Patty Rottman Robert Scarbrough Todd Schuiteman Bruce Scott Randy Scott Shirley Scott Brenda Shell Todd Shlnew Patty Shively Mark Shue Annette Sidlauskas Diane Slscho Kathie Slagter Meredy Somers Sue Stacey Patty Stariha Laura Strong Karl Strutzel S ophomores Of course, with more tenth graders this year than any other year at Fremont High School, the halls are more of a hazard, and the juniors and seniors no longer take their lives for granted. w. K, K .nm ..-... 7 - A s , 1 -. , elf! .. . ,. .- , 1 5 , 5 wi' -'F L .'. I I ,. , .. as ,..--,.i,e , .Y - P 1 -.. T ., .-I 1 1 Af lv 1 l '-it ' , ' l i f A v i l 1 v r 11.7 g fr-W W - x5 .- A - -f 1 Q . . , , , ,i N V 1 A .... V v 1 , D l .,,., .1 MY ' 5 A I 1 I V' ' 'll' Q 1 I - i r VL Y -r l 1 -1 V is f " gl ', Xie, I, 1 1 1' lt Q -1 1 'n ...Y v f a n f' P :f 1' ' V 1 Q .. ,I-. , A f"'h f A J wr,-.BT . 4 ' - li I l Cv i X. v 'fb ll , v , . 'Q -- -- f-v-V-vf . i in-X 'Y ll- ffk . iw WWI lf? ' 'vi , vs 1 ,wg -.x . , 'T' l l .A J' l, X 5,991--.1 ,lugs lb f It r . '.-..:,. v 4,5 , , l rv ,W l '? A . 4 . i .1 - . ':"1'Q:.x 11. -.tif Q V' 1 14 .HY ,'4 W. -.- ai 1 J 1' .T 1 ' e 1 Teresa Sutton 5 Matt Swanson 4 A Jerry Tanis A Shirl Talley . -A 'HN N Kari Taylor l w ' " Q-C. "' ,f 1 "-Q , ' Wu -5 X A r-J. . , , ,Q f l X w"' .A ,W y CJ-Q -r 'X ill it if l ' . ' ' f T Q! I." .Q N . T QL- . 'K V M, , D it . 4. - A ' - wgigf .R Y ' f ,i -- - .1 " J-f". 1, ' X ' ' 1 ,VL 'f 'f Mm. - . - 5 1- L- , Ng. , - 1 . i - V -. -v ln, 'T me if Jil I l .., .54 N1 vi i w ff' 1 it ' T J if 5 lei .aus Q ! , E ' 9 m ,X y A xl ,N F , 'I 1 l is ' 1 ' t 'J I' 'j I J "ff X f' I f . . fl' T , -1' . ',' 'T 'N f .N 6 13 ' 1 1' I T r 7' T '- r ' 1 ' . x . ,1 4- ,' ,f. . Nancy TerVeer ' Reynaldo Vallejo Scott VanArman Allen VanBoven Ken Vanderstelt ' Debbie Vanderzel Y Mary VanKoevering Ron VanSickle ' Allen VanZant A Alan Visgar Jon Volz Fred Wallace 'A ' Jody Wallace v Yiwu.-, . 1 . 4 L Dan Wallis John Wambaugh .Y Linda Ward Nancy Ward Sue Wardell Kevin Warner , . .U f ,I XI' I ,, f , . fs v, YY rffwf ' T A -1' ' ' ' ' ff"i'T'i:'f W H- Q-V4-,I ' My V A-A .N Q A4 W' fx.. Jig: I- ', 21 V .J T iy X T .l ' A 1 ,',QV 'M - if J- X ' H: ll 5-mx avg' l',3'u3X".Z It Y .. H 'HQ .I ' :fl 'J 'x 1 'ai -1. I 3- or K X , . .Q .A A -.H A , .J ...a Q, "T 'w q- N T ' .NJ -4 'n 1 K T N' as T 9 'T' l tx 7 J fr V-TF' " '-'jniwia -ff fr-as F- e - , 1 , r aw' is t f " ff we rjb T, 'T' .l fi T- .. 'tiff . " 'T' J 1 ,A - 'f' , .,.Q 5'l,!ygr all ' nm.. , f l Q, 1 'z,l.M Duane Warren Charles Waybill Mike Weiden Jim Wells Tim Welsh Jerre Wenger Kevin West Mark Wescott Coral Wetmore Dean Wheater Linda Williams Greg Winchel Mike Wisemqn Julie Witte Randy Woodland Judy Wright Jerry Zahrt Sue Zahrt Tom Zahrt Mac Zerlaut Ren Zuwerlnk Sophomores Freshmen A freshman sits in the middle of the crovvded cafeteria at the Jr. High thinking, "Things surely have changed since last year. l care more about grades, we're the grades that seventh and eighth graders look upto, andtheteachers seem more human this year." Pam Ackerman Crystal Anderson Vicki Anthony if. Karen Banacka Mickelle Bancroft Kari Beeler l ' - fs Greg Beets , i A so , Gretchen Belder A li, 4W,- 'l' l,. ,Sv kt Mary Belfast i 5, Chuck Benjamen ' Joan Benjamen Tj" Joni Blamer Julie Bock X - "',""' .N vm, , . -an fi ""' ' .45 Rusty Boeskool V V- Ann Borgman g - 1 . .Af 1 ' W N s x ' ' fe: . , DJ! f 'al i l A Chris Bouwsma A Mike Bouwsma 'i ' ' J.. 1 -, as ..4-7 Y ...W 1, .I,,,- In --, . .- , .-V. --, . eff pq. , Casper Braafhart ,J ff Morris Braafhart l, f l i Jack lGardJ Brand 'V rl . V . Im Y- .Q -f - .H gi, 5 Ronda Brandt Merri-Sue Brant Jane Buitendorp Julie Buitendorp Steven Chupp Joan Church Jeff Clark Steve Clarno Diane Conley Kim Content Scott Crandell Bruce Crawford Ed Gregg Theresa Cregg Brian Crisp . Terese Cummer 1 Sue Curran . V LeeAnn Daily A " Tim Davis ., Kay Dekuiper Julie Demmon Freshmen CLASS OFFICERS: ROW 1: C. Anderson, Pres.: H. Schreck, V. Pres.: ROW 2: R. Keehl, Sec.: G. I nv . -w ., .l""1- " V I 1 u f. I 55" , ,I ' '.. "-elf I - QM . Y 7 .. li X Q Tammy Booker i V 'M' "' " "' i ln' , as I f iff lf? l rw'- W ' 4 , l . li.- l l' fi-D ' "' r , is . , , A " -1' .V ' 'J li' 4- 4 ,X V A 4. A , - A lj ,xr i T .4, ' ?!V tsiiexr . 'A Z' V P I .. I 5, my X ,, , K 1 - 115, - - ,ymry Q I4 , Il!! 3 I V l gf- K ' l 'N - A . - . A ' , M! - ,xi i . W A '. ,I Y iff?-v . I sk I I V V . Us K ' 1 .. , i 'l l 1 - ty V ' ' 'J ff . 1. Q l it 'NJ A nyxvllh Y 16.1 N -gi. Lfggix 14 - xl: 1 f - W , ref Af, Vt, , Qi i, , 5--,y I, V, i l X- "H-- - ' ,Y ,pm . . - - , ': ' ii,-A A All ""VTi J ' . .lgggf - if .i Vf' ,' j' rf. ll. U Q , - . ,S , J 5- , 1 tm., i .LL ,sm - ,S f ' I fl ' I l K S ln' i V-9 1 ' x t , 1 , 5 ,R 1 r lm l 1 fn ' ' 4'- l " Y ' 4 37 l Al i al' i J L . 4 Q U viii l s A rg' A ' 1' L " 1 "nj if f X' 1 ' A I 'I 4 I 1 , l X . f v , F' 4 , F V a ,f Q 1 .J--Qfaii' N ' -v - ' F-W1""" ' "ri, ' 'T' ', gy tv X! Q r i l , NA X V 0 int Q, r L-- .- ', 1! W .rv '.'. W "- , -....v , K' -..L 'Ni - .- 2 V ff' M 5' 2 iff . 4' X ' .. f " rl? -me V Ag . ,if if 4:4 '-'L L. tiff f , A-52251 M - mmf, 1 00 y may . Til Vi " fl lf' R R S xi. al J ls, . gr U , . 1 ,. n fn -,I ' W G Q' '--. IS- W '71 f 4 . A VJ- If "' 1 V jim -V 'L'.S"v- Q ii V , --'A' l"'A"Y-75' :W l Q' ' ,J 'iff 1 lx '- U V ,V v ' A , ri? "" i -:F - f-Q i U ,I 1 ff: 'gig l .f 2 -we H-.sail V 1 'Ia X lf' - f .. , ' x mer?- 'TFW :,f' 3 ATX ff- a' 'i'f"w 3 '. 'F ul t Q lx A All V X 'jk ' ' L If. 1 Q ' ' t -N -' -. Y . l' fr-fp? Aid J Z' ' Fi' " i"f"i ' 2.7 "' "1 t H f- f, t 5m'v'i"4i', w :" wa , na 1? 1 I. V, ,fill ' A ' 1' lk 'Q I - HJ - ' "Y M N 6,5 ' ly I i 1 'I il a uf? - H fr-A 1 A l 1 4: : t K , iw 7 . ' f " 1L.f?lfsil?fr3,M'M ' Wanda Deur Laura Dezinski Bill Dickerson Rita Diekema Scott Diekema Sam Dilts Randy Drake Gayle Durham Glenn Durham Lois Ekkel Rhonda Ellis Brian Enslng Amy Essebaggers Patty Evans John Fisk Jeff Fraser Jeff Frens Sherri Frens Kris Fuller Patty Gardenour Cynthia Garza Brad Gasaway Candy Gibson David Graham Tami Graham David Gray Jim Greer Pat Grunow Tim Hable Margaret Hagen Shelley Hagen Beth Hall Jill Hall Jane Handy Freshmen "One ofthe major changes is in sports. This year in track we-'re rookies and not stars. We're back at the bottom of the ladder, you might say. The girls don't act so dumb anymore. By the time of the Ninth Grade Banquet, maybe l'll even find one I like well enough to ask to it." Zan-.N . . ' :mah "Iv N' .nf in .. X X-. , 4 , e .ighl-1 ' J Xi.l? PX Dale Hanes fJ T Greg Hanna 'J -' Brenda Hardy ' J f Bernie Harris A .f f ' i H" , --:VC ' Tom Hawkins ri, A' J Wi as Greg Hendrie 1 fr- 4- J 'X ' Mark Henley - . J James Hiler i I . y ' Brenda Harveston , l 2 . 2 ' . '- i l gl, ll :si , -'mfr--'r w i :"'Se':,w 4 .Q ,kg-'f.." , , q. .K if , , e 4 oi, ,I i J , -x i i 4, J 3 - HT- l q , , i Mary Hills ' J --W ll - r Kelly Hinton A , y . , , U Jeff Hoad i Janette Hodge 1- Jeanene Hollowell Q- Marty Homnster .Mg i J A y Marian Hopkins l 1 Terry Houston 7 Kris Hudson :- 1 J - i - 1 , - . l fu, i l .1 is i ,. ' Tim Hood l 7 7 ' 1,-, f ' 2. Marge ww l. n v 1 l 4 ' v V . Loranuil it . , ' N Aj Bryan Jahr A . . B 4 i .- 1 Joe Jahr J f - i J ' l 'ie WinnJewett ,Y l j y ,. Q Ji if l ! . . , 5' . I , , A .5 , , .. li 'I , l -A i i wairl- -.31 V Ii A V .l, .il l ra- A Q l 1 m"'15l"'lYxL alll n f l 'sf Y-AFM 'Jw -' 'N lil' il.-. i -aar- ,L -.r a..l'IAfi,gi,,fe' J n 1 1. 5' K i l 5 I 'Q ' 4. 1 W , A ' R l I K P - 1 , 0. 5,7 i , J, , ...Q ! '55 - 3 l i i l, -W ,V 5.,, .J . .. in 1 ' X S 4 'U vs- l i, l l ,, l l i R ' - . if f' i Y' X l gs ll . Barb Hunsucker - ' i it ., . i ,- ' '-+P f"' ,V E l R , l Q A I ,W L e ' R Kim Johnson - Louis Johnson , . Y Michele Johnson ' e - - '- Marilyn Jones ' e. . '- L Russell Jones ' . 'ig' y 'B , Y 7 ll Rita Keehl . - - ' '- .IQ f Kris Kerstein Randy Klingel Beth Ann Klopp , , V , . , v-+ . CT? V , ual f I , ' . -4 y . . Mike Krim V V . l ' l l , .-4 4 l l J ' , il 1 fm W, 1 ., v X ..- .4 , , 9, ll---'V' ,s l l "' l-fag? l'yl" G.'.- 1 5 1 I I v i '1 ' ' l I " fr 5. -0 ,v -.,,, i 1... 1 i a N 4 E A N, . , 4 1 , ',li I 5 If I 5 l ' i x jr X I 'x.,?' f! 1 seam' j Freshmen Q, ! M Ki al w i A lil . i if 2 l 1 l I ll Ri I g"I' 4 W Brian Enslng: Nov. 2, 1962-Nov. 12, 1977. When someone who is well known to us loses his I Not all is lost, nor is he forgotten. For the memory of hlm lives on, In all who knew hlm. v... ,, l 5 ' ,G 1 . Q Qi, . ,x.,:g . ,l -. I 4 " A ' 5 n v. ' fb 1' ,R -,, . :flu i I l gun, ' sf ' 'K Q- , ' Ix X " . .J 5 3, - t ..- X ,vi Z vu i. u , I ' 'U if 'Syl L Q 4 ' at l- ii 'vi V X- :Lux f r ..lv ' v W ,VQ :Q- ' N L -- . QPTYKEL Mill, L . " " W E 5 Q N 1 V: If r " 'I ' W Y so Fix f s ll fflgg , I A i g' ' E- 1 A el ff' l l if l el Ll LALLQL . . 3 5 L r , T L - l if - .I ..,. V , L., R' ll' ' A QA? ife, l JoAnn Lanciaux Allan Lorens Eddie Ludlow Judy Lutz Harley Maat Lori Machiele Julie Mack Lisa Mater Randy McDaniel Rodney McLean Tim McNair Todd Miller Jeff Millis Gunnar Moe David Moon Loren Moreen Cheryl Mullennix Doug Nadeau Lee Neibarger Heidi Nyson Sharon Nyson Peggy O'Neil Geno Palmer Mike Palmer Beth Panyard Wendy Paulson Darrell Pawlowskn Jamie Pekel Micky Pence Rick Pence Vicki Pendergast Jesse Perez Jamle Perry Pam Person Freshmen The bell rings, interrupting his thoughts, but not the role of the freshman. Jerry Phillips Don Pickens John Pickett Ted Pikaart Nan Plumstead Todd Potter Lisa Powles Bonnie Price Saundra Rasch Brad Rasmussen Scott Reath Michelle Redinger Bob Reed Mike Richman Amy Riley Karl Robart Mary Roossinck Cindy Rosenstengel Dan Ruthvan John Sanderson Mari Schmid Lori Schopper Helen Schreck Jeff Sevigny Terry Sherman Rich Sherman Ronda Shinaver Diane Short Freshmen I 3'-N- 5.,+N, K, , 4 pf x, 33,1 Y ' - ii T i ,. 'Ahh A -Ib iiS5fiAfu QR ,Fw 'ri If Hr ie ails!! fi l , -We ' X ix' 'Af I W- ,WVARA Q. .1 . x r , '. f ' YK! , I' " -.I . 'V J 'V , 1 1 rv W -X I li' ' , , I .-'gl an ,. 'xx W .ix ', 1 ,If-.- 'f-'R w- r ,ey T fi J Q -if-'cg ' m 5 in 55 e - I-L , nf. ..,, N I .1 U Lady: A ,' ', 'fr- ,X , 1 A can aa, - -1 45, , 1 . A - 'w 155 2111+ T 3'- ,N,, vm... ,- v., sf- v ll- f'.q.4 I If M, 'GL' 1 A :gr F ? ia! f Leanne Shue Betsey Sluiter Diane Smith Wanda Smith Bill Sorensen Donna Stout Scott Stroven Eddie Supplee Greg Taylor Dean Tennison Marvin Tiesler Robert Tindall Jane Titus Diana Torrey Colleen Twigg Vicky Vallie Sandy VanBuskirk Dave VanDuzen Mary VanHemert Terry Varboncoeur Todd Vaughn Donna Vincent Jim Visger Kathy Vliem Rocky Woodland Ron Woodland Scott Woodring Darci Woonacott Jlm Zeldenrust Rob Zeldenrust in 'AJ' l. Haan ."a 'a et, J 2 ., ,. on 'C U '- 'I '..Z'l' J , " f U , II ,, 7 '-if I Rx' ' I . h ij-A.. ,Vg , ,f A fl for A Qi' but Jfffl' , lg mf- 3463-,, '-521' hi f-ti, T A ,gg T W M Dale Voss jx V. g ' 'H "" " " gf l T Tena Wantz L .V fl 3 - l ' ' " J Donna Ward A A ' :L ,-" ' Jody Warren -, fs -,, A Shelly Wetmore g f f Y' ff Teresa Wever T T y ml fir . .mai .. l Bob White . .. Y-T 'y N ' ' K- Chris Winters g ' S " f L' ' I: David Wiseman djs ' H B ' , Uv Jane wine U E A l W . " f , .' Margie Wolfis ' f ' "ll" 7' Fred Wolford 7 7 '53 ' N "x in TI T: -,T I V, Y ,J I 'vc' 4 Alison Zeerip f"f,ff- V f 2? rf, X41-ff." r' 6'6- ,ng Fresh men E1gh th Graders A whole new world develops when you become an eighth grader. Teachers know you by your first name, and not by your sister's name, your locker is by your friend's and not your enemy's, and best of all, you have someone younger than you in the halls. Dale Bacon Mark Bacon Tom Barends Tony Barringer Brenda Bennett Dale Berens Doug Berens Brad Betts Lori Bitson Telly Black Cheryl Blondeel Bryan Bodell Tom Boltz Tom Bonk Kathy Booker Cathy Bouwsma Deede Boyd David Bradley Carol Brunner Diane Burnside Rodney Canniff Todd Carrier Doug Carson Susan Chase Mark Chrystler Phillip Chrystler Bruce Clapp Andrew Conant Jim Conklin Deanna Content Steve Cook Steve Cooper Lisa Cordts Wendy Cruzan Kelly Dawes Amy Deephouse Joe DeJohn Randy Delong Mary Dempkey Brian Denhof Carol Deuling Tony Deuling Terri Deur Eighth Grade CLASS OFFICERS: ROW 1: C. Frost, Sec Schreck, V. Pres.: ROW 2: Donna Kempf, Pres Elizabeth Moss, Tres. if ,- fr J , "T ll 5 -,N """'- 'f'TZ"s"'av T-:T T. uf- er 2,4- 1 I. 'le u' 1 ff, 'Ii V1 l 'T+"'TtTTfT: gtg T, ' ' lf ' ' 1, 1 7 1 ,l I+ X ' ' ' ' - -T, T .' 4,1 a Y- l -. ' , 2 l T: 1: I - TT it -, -H 1 lf. T,:l4"j W I ,Z A V ,vu T ,J ,T V,T4T,.w.1 ,T XM- 1, . .x . 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Q , - ' " ft F Eighth Grade Melissa Hawes Rodney Hawes Lori Hayman Marlys Hiemstra Sally Hinton Richard Hoad Diane Hodge Tom Hoffman Tina Hood Gary Hoppa Jeff Hren Jennifer Huizenga Jerry Hunt Bill Johnson Jeff Johnson Lynette Johnson Sherri Kantola Jeff Kase Angela Kempf Donna Kempf Linnea Kempf Tim Kiester Wesley Klomp Wanda Lacy John Locke Janet Longcore Leticia Lopez Peter Lozicki Chris Luchies Susan Ludlow Jim Maat Suzanne MacDonald Robert Mauger Robert Maycroft Ted Maynard David McAllister Nechia McConnell Guy McDonnell Don Mills Duane Mohrbach Paula Moon Patricia Morse Elizabeth Moss Joanna Neibarger Nancy Neibarger Craig Nelsen Donna Nelson Stacey Noppert Eighth Grade T -7 1 S514 1 .LA "ENB: ' ui 7 X E1 Q ' vv 'Y T ' - 1 l Q, Y1. - C ,,,. 1 ' hd - gl ,T T 5 fi , C, T ' f um? 5 ' f 552 , T, f ll V is fl '- ,lil -,L ' , . l so swear. ,ru 1 . J, ,L l "' L 1 ' N ' . ss ll A . ' f ' 1 l ffl " , 1 fa T' , ' , Q ' I l - F.,-I. , Ai ll. 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Robin Nyson Kevin Pell Tina Pierce Craig Poole Susan Postema Melissa Potter Craig Powell Bill Preble Berard Priante Bruce Price David Pschak Jodi Purcell Tom Purvis Laurie Rader Orville Randles Tony Re Kim Robart Mark Robinson John Rosenberg Curtis Rosenstengel Tamara Russell Todd Russell David Ruthven Anyta Sanborn Annette Sartwell John Scarbrough Susan Schopper Mary Schreck Toag Seamen Tim Sevigny Shanna Shemwell Brian Shinavier Eighth Grade Vlrgina Short Kim Shriver Bob Shue Sandra Sidlauskas Jeff Slocum Jeff Snyder Julie Sovinski Carrie Staley Debbie Storms Leo Stout Wade Strutzel John Swanson Kim Taylor Edwin Teall Patricia Tibbe Rhonda Tinkham Brad Titus Shari Travis Anne Vanderlaan Lisa VanHouten Brenda VanZant Susan Vaughn Skip Verhulst Martha Vermeulon Tim Wagenmaker Steve Walder Penny Walters Trude Wantz Evan Ward Jeff Wardell Kenneth Weaver Scott White Jimmy Whitesell Michelle Winters Leonard Wiseman Regina Wisner Laura Woods Barbara Wright Becky Zacharias Jill Zagers Tim Zeldenrust Eighth Grade X--X iifea. 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A... y N fx A W Angeline Hendrix 'A TQ. gl' , A- Q I r Todd Hendrix l Q I " 3 ', l -Q Q F Michelle Henley .U if K' 's E E '13, V - rx' Scott Henley ,lflhf 'jf Q fm jjwierf -21' K ' l' H H . , . mT-,s,,, 1 , ' A V 'gl Y' 1 Ll' ' W -3 Tony Hererra b ,S f X Lf. " 1 , J i, Monica Hill V N A -'H IJ' l . Kevln Hills :. ' T ,, " ,2 ' li -- Polly Hinton 1 A " ""' ' a Q . ,A , F . s fs 1 F 4 7th Grade Qkmif M ! ' f X W3- E r-F3 Y' 135 4 6 E J V 'std 2 - Ins 1 I r jar' - I ISI wtf? rl! My fl J 9 J v , yy y . 1 'Gem I 25 -17,64-X J A .,f-gi, w -"', 'ix . If N n 3 ,A' N f 1 -.- ' - - U' ' I S - ' -f f f -it K . Q , l D . " W' i A 2 ,.' .l ,Q x If"A.- , A 1-.J 'nhill ' -. ff L' If V 7 ' if'i'5 'f " k' .V ,ffg x . ,L N -f 1. J l 'iw L l :ll V U 'U XL". W-fff ' - J li l J "1 R' 'C if " C "1 iff" Q" " I ' 4 ax W :"': lc- T' r ' N f ' at 1 . X -. , Y 4 S' Jw. ' 1 K LJ L QL xg .IIN ' d.1'.K' . lik . I li U ,j- . h ,I 1 L 1 A 4- L. 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V :F -- ll - hx.: li -Klf3a9,.! tif it ,A nj xg ffl F- l ,X M4 W Robert Hodge Michael Hoffman Wesley Hoppa Karen Horney Jami Hull LeAnne Isanhart Jeffery Jahr Russell Johnson Michelle Johnston Sally Johnston Glenn Jones Kitty Jones Robert Jones Roseann Jones Cheryl Kempton Sherry Kiester Kyle Konkel Shannon Krim James Krouse Vendy Lacy Debra Lareva Clara Lopez Michael Lucas Randall Maat Michelle Machiele Joseph Mangan Sheri Mansfield Jon McCann Christopher McNair Mark Mikowski Donna Mohrbach Nawal Motawi Joan Mudget Jeffery Murphy Maurice Murray Kevin Nickleson 7th Grade Jon Nyson Danlel Oberlin Andrea Olds Amy O'Rourke Martin Overkamp Tami Owens Basil Palmer Mitchell Pearson Shelley Pekel ' '- Peggy Person Jonathan Peters N:- Mark Petz Donald Powles , David Premo A Andy Rattin 1- if W Kimberley Reynolds . Amy Richmann f ' Kenneth Robert N13 Michel Robert Jon Robins Angela Robinson Kathryn Rosenberg - Wayne Ross ' Elaine Scheer Kristine Schooley ' Jacob Schornagel ' Steven Scott Linnette Seaman Michael Shinavier Tracey Shinew Dan Shue Roberta Sidlauskas John Sluiter Lavina Sluiter Amy Smith Scott Smith Dan Storms Sue Talley Penny Tannis A ? 4 fn of Y 4 Lf l A ,xx- ,ft j A . ,Q--V T, .A i b y i , I J ' 'J J, I l s W K , v- W v vt A it , l I , - . . . ,. l 1 l N ' T Z . ss.. 1 - " ' x - .. H w ' ,v V '- ' l" SQ 1 .X o rlx V J as N ov-'vs A-,J , . X .' - , ". - - 1' , ,,,,, 1 it 1 1 V. Q - f'-.1 lui- V. nn Q 'v IX K li - 1, . S A x-- x X 1 W . , N , X 5 F 'uri Paul Tatrow -J Q :X ' H as , I I V Jeffery Taylor 7th Grade Gig st-Y--at - 1 ggi' -gf, " .X .,l ,, ,lg L. I, Y V If ' ll , if l A 4.9 of l ing ' ' V l " J .-. Q I ,- y Nz. J ye ff ' A if Q, blarxf' Lg' intl ' W' N. lr- Q V- . 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'f'l'1'f. we -, W' ' 1 'Q if if Q -vulfvolz ,Qt "ug , "A fwfr' A 1- so . N 'T' 5:-if "-' L N' 'F 'W Dawn Wagenmaker ' +' gi i 4-4 W , ' " 'ii ' B' 4' Tim gawk-jivlklfjgce ' W i TA lil I ' A 1- 2' V- 5, F -A - it Dgbo':ah?lValIis V 4 - , , -g-i- in it ,, g 1 Veronica Wambaugh x' F5543 "W " i fill-QV., ,','.7f 4 .Y , ' i Mighelle Ward I ' ii, M . , 4 'iff W ' ruce e c , ' ' ' Ll ,wg Ji H , f i Donald White i' "' F' r tl, g y A i ' X uf" wi ' :ji Rocko Wildfong Ai, h ,QQ i J!!! in ,V o er I lam i 9 if -, -ef' -f 1 ,A f- Dan Wilson A H A w Q Jesse Wmchel 4 +, ' " i L QL N' t Brenda Wiseman ffl-1 " J ' " y fi' . i ' ' i ' , Brian Wolford , 'Z , ' i i A Ricky Woodland " f-N i .,, ,,, "9 ,Q f'-A 1 K " " 'X , "P-J Deborah Woodring i' gg V .S fs, -'L " .. ,. -. ' Q 1, 74- Laura Woodruff ix . j f A L K , xr' W V fig X' .l Brett Youker '-t i- i .f g "" i,','j 5 A rf ' Roger Zahrt - d t' I ' .J " f David Zuwerink Being a seventh grader also means having a little privacy for the first time. But, you have to learn howto get to it first. Mastering the combination is the key to owning your personal disorganized locker. 7th Grade SDJRETORQ ,2ffL'.f-495 Wdwdgikg CI E411 -Q 000 'gala o s .7Loo 31.014 so fcgc-fy 1 Cx. O rj A uf ,Ln .l'fP1G. 8. 'A x .DEL maps 'hge ef Choi' H'- L. oc, f vt' Lv' r 'K Isnznkf LL 'Y QQ iff N C992 5 Q53 O o O Q9 if -rl ul '-I0 -al PN' O . .fn ' 0 t 0 Y L ' - + - I 1 f r fy 0 H f X IW , . . W 'B xg C:.o o - J l .. ' 3 Eirgieig 15 :-:gin , Ni f-C-,rx 40 AJ I ff 'Q 49 I 1 fist? Q so 0 , a A J x ' - , " ax . 00 . Q Q n I Q Cy l gal? XS I M y H? 5 m 8 1 I 1 ul f Q aff 0 Y 1 4 I D1.I8CfOIS As directors, the administration over- sees everytni HQ, trying to organize the acts and sets, and bring all parts of the p together as a t1e ay the W' il Q41 " --f' pi . , 'tl 2 whole. ,, , f. i 1 i 3 1 5 Fi ii Jw 5. iw i 5 'i , . GF' , I I. - . , I Q I 3 I N.:-V-rm. -IQ N 1 . ff O , , 9 . , Q - , 6 i r 1 176 Directors Lg. A fx, s fr' ' f rl it i , Q SCHOOL BOARD: S.Bode, J. DeKleva, N. Purvis, J. C. DeKuiper, R. Price L eaver, N. Featherstone, g-2 J' 'vLg.5m.f7l Q. np R ,K 'ks v ' -r 1' ,, , WSI!!!- -1-.-:rx --li I Q55 ,vi 5-N ig . '13 1 WN i Directors Sometimes the pressures of everyday roles get to the actors, and the teachers and coaches, as directors, help them to cope, and show them how to vent their frustrations constructively. Each director views his role in a slightly different way . . . Baldus, Dave. Coaches: Assistant Varsity Wrestling. "Put forth your best effort and it will be a success." Barber, Larry. Teaches: Mathematics. "My awesome responsibility is to be a guide and help by precept and practice." Directors Bauerschmidt, Mary. Teaches: Math 84 English. Belknap, Leslie. Teaches: Resource Room. ". . .to create a deslre in a student to want to learn and prepare themselves for their chosen academic pursuit." Blake, Paul. Teaches: English. Coaches: Varsity Football. "A fool consistency ls the hobgobblin of li minds." Bont, Ann. Teaches: Resource Roo "The director's job is to help each actor develop his skills to the fullest." , Vancey. Teaches: for , needs. Advises: Personal -W E.T.C. "I view my position who helps his frlends to f emselves and others." 'I-wr Budreau, Beth. Teaches: Spanish, English. Advises: Spanish Club. "Soy una de las personas que trabaja con la interpretacion y el lenguaje de la method... obra entera." Bristol, J. Teaches: Math. "One cannot go very far without the Brookhouse, Melinda. Teaches: P.E. Bultman, C' Baars' Teaches! HiSf0l'Y1 Advises: Aqua Splash. "Don't Minorities, Amer. Trends. Coaches: applaude just throw money." JV Boys' Basketball. "To be nobody but yourself in a world that is doing its very best, night and day, to make you everybody else, means to fight h d tb ttl f Il." Barbara. Coaches: 7th the ar es a eo a Basketball, Varsity and Volleyball, Jr. High Track. "I think the show is going to before we break even." T Directors 3 Clapp, Jon. Teaches: P.E. Coaches: Varsity Girls' Softball. "Astonishing realism in physical ability and material ambition is brought out in one's chosen fields through good directors." Cooper, Wesley. Teaches: Government. Advisor: 10th Grade Class. "My primary responsibility is to teach students using valid, worthwhile material to increase their mental horizons." 1 Directors Craven, Karen. Teaches: Typing I, Business Law. "The teacher gives not of wisdom, but rather of his faith and lovingness." lThe Prophet, Kahlil Gibrani. l li L l n ,l DeJong, John. Teaches: Math. Culllng, Eleanor. Teaches: Choir 8. General Music. Advises: Workcrew. s , I , ,V 4-. . ' -.,, - . .J -f 1 .lv ,- . .4. "L-Q:,'.n Devlch, Dave. Assistant Football Coach. Pat. Coaches: Varslty Eckert, Steve. Teaches: Math. "Directing a good play is a lot of fun, but there must be cooperation and hard work on the part of veryone involved." Fosheim, Lawrence J. Teaches: English. "All the world's a stage and all the men and women merely players." CW. Shakespeare AS YOU LIKE ITJ Frank, Raymond. Teaches: Metal Tech, Electronics. Gates, Richard. Teaches: Soc, Consumer Ed., World Geo., World History. Coaches: Jr. High Wrestling. "Education is the strength and foundation of any society. Culture cannot exist without the education of our youth." lr.. ' Ig? It I . Gray, Art. Teaches: Woodshop and Technical Drawing. D irectors 181 Griffen, Al. Teaches: Business Ed. "I set the lstagei environment in J0hNS0l'1, Wallace. Teaches: which the lcharactersl students Industrial Arts- "Hans in there. it fPeVf0"m7 learn-" Hunt, Debbie. Teaches: P.E. could be Worsep Coaches: Varsity Girls' Basketball, Hardy, Carolyn. Teaches: Home Economics. "Truth on stage is whatever we can believe with sincerity, whether in ourselves or in our colleagues." Directors Varsity Track. "My job would be to assist the play of 'Life' as it unfolds in a smooth natural manner." Lgl-, . l- f 2- felt' A rr 'i - - 1 .qi ,xx 4.3 Ingersol, Mary Ann. Teaches: Spanish 8. English. Popps-Kamerschen, Lolly. Teaches: German, Spanish, English. Advises: German Club. "Achtung, Shtudents! Ve vill do dis play ofer und ofer until ve get it right!" Jane Ann. Teaches: Education. NXT - lzlorskl, Paul. Teaches: Jr. History. Coaches: Jr. High . "My actions will continue g minds of many." Kidder, Thomas. Teaches: Business, Student Service Center. Advises: Student Council. "Getting the actors on the stage of life prepared to play the many roles to the best of their ability and satisfaction." Hi X 15' . , 'is lv. 4. -- V ffwtfifi' s 1' 11 .nu ,li W J Knorr, Joanne. Agr. assistant. Knox, Beverly. Teaches: Reading. ? 1'7- IWQ . ' V 0.- L Directors 184 Kwast, Virgil. Teaches: Chemistry, Physics. Laird, J. Joseph. Teaches: Band 8. Orchestra. Advises: Jazz 8. Pep Band. "If, as Shakespeare once wrote, the whole world is a stage, then my directing debut must have been in front of the largest pit orchestra around." Directors 'Hi Land, Maurice. Teaches: Biology. "I consider the school year to be a play in which the plot can and does vary from one play to the next and as a director I try to adapt my directions to fit these changes. . - :- 1' l Leyndyke, James A. Teaches: Civics 8. History. Coaches: Varsity Wrestling. v 1 ., 'id' McDougall, Thomas. Teaches: 7th 8. 8th Phys. Ed. 8. Geography, assistant athletic director. "It is my job to make the transition from ActI lElem. Schooli to Act II lJr. Highl as smooth as possible, so that the entire play IK-121 is a success." 1 l l I I Mooney, Dave. Teaches: L and Geography. Mooney, Bob. Teaches: U.S. History. Coaches: 7th Grade Basketball. Morrison, Connie. Teaches: Reading. "I help the students read and interpret the script." Moss, Rosemary. Teaches: Alternative Education. "May knowing I'm there as prompter in the wings help and give you the self confidence and assurance to perform your part, one act at a time, and to smile with pride when the curtain comes down. Neeb, Barbara. Teaches: Speech, English, and Literature. Advises: Speech activities. "Give him movement that is his character and he will begin to be that character." ra g cf ,GT 18602 Q .J in L ,LV .4 Noland, Gaye. Teaches: English 84 Literature. Coaches: Varsity Gymnastics, Varsity Girls' Track. "As the director I try to give students a chance to gain confidence in themselves as people first and then proceed to teach fundamentaIs." Directors 1 O'Brien, Thomas. Teaches: Industrial Arts. "Helping students to create, explore and develop is what teaching is all about." Oegema, Ann. Teaches: 9th Grade English. "I must set the stage for my actors to feel the freedom to put forth their best performance." D irectors Patterson, Anne. Teaches: Psych and English. Advises: Newspaper. "A director is an illusion: direction comes from the players." Patterson, James V. Teaches: Power Mechanics, Auto. "If a nation does not respect its plumbers as well as its philosophers, neither its pipes nor its theories will hold water." Peters, Jim. Teaches: Health Education. Coaches: Girls' 84 Boys' Swimming. "To supply with fact to motivate into use." Plnder, Bob. Teaches: Adult Education. Coaches: 8th Grade Basketball. "The first act is hard to foIlow." Plumstead, Helen. Teaches: Home Economics. Prince, Ruth. Teaches: Art. "Besides the method, actors must have all the qualities that contitute a real artist: inspiration, intelligence, taste, charm, temperment." 5 l E? -331 5945, NH X W , H al. sl, l ' Tr. zf ,lm I T., ,. L, my T 1 'nk fmx ' 17g,.,! V ' 1 I l ',,A ,,-i y J fy H. . k if Y -... 'bfi A, Hulk W aux , 1 If-4-4' X'-Nth - li lack, Chris. Coaches: Girls' nnls. Ramseyer, Hack. Teaches: German, U.S. History, Europe History. Advises: Golf, Baseball. Salisbury, Stephen. Teaches: P.E. Coaches: Assistant Football Coach. "In the three acts of the school year I seek challenge in the first, fulfillment in the second, and strength to survive in the third." 'fi ? lg I Y' '1 ' Directors 1 l x V X f Sanderson, Jack. Teaches: f .X p Vocational Agriculture. Advises: 5c,hatt'e"f LeYVi5' Teaches: Math' FFA. nl-eader in the field of Driver E.fluCafl0l'l, Y6aI'bO0k. "The Q ' agriculture occupations. Learning PlaY Vaffes only Shghuy fmm cast , to do, doing to learn." to cast- fs 'I ' Mx Fi K 146g Flg. I l -fl 'x l 4 l l I V v 1 I Schreck, Roy. Teaches: Life Science, Ecology. Advises: Exercise Room at HS. H , ,, E "IspirationaI." Schappert, Kevin. Teaches: Slootmaker, Karen. Teaches: EI19liSh- "Pd like to 'Jef HS much Home Economics. Advises: Home HS I can fY0m my Pe"f0"mef5 until Ec. Club. "Teaching is helping they bring the curtain down." students develop a thirst for knowledge and truth." Directors Supplee, Robert. Teaches: 7th Grade 8. Jr. High Band. Slootrnaker, Mike. Coaches: JV Girls' Basketball. Strand, Dave. Teaches: Science. l l Sweet, Margaret. Media Coordinator. "Technical director for this multimedia production." Switzer, Gary. Teaches: Business Education. Coaches: 9th Football, 8th Basketball. "Teaching is a constant challenge with a few disappointments and many rewards." .nib ' f Szot, David. Teaches: Art. Advises: Art Club. D irectors if n Thiry, Pete. Teaches: Social Studies. Coaches: Football, Track. Advises: Jr. High Student Council. "Two of the most important things a teacher can do for his or her students is to set a good example and show he cares about them as individuals. 15, and -Q X fa I Tompkins, Richard. Teaches: Jr. High P.E., 7th Grade Geography. Coaches: Cross Country, Track. Advises: Varsity Club. "Teachers are but one of the associate directors in the play of yoyr life starring you." Directors VanArman, Ardyce. Media aide. lg Vissia, Al. Teaches: Sociology 8. US History. Coaches: Varsity Boys' Basketball. Vodry, Pam. Librarian. Advises: Maids. "Can't you think of a I llne than that?!!" L, Volz, Iva. Librarian. "'Readers' the best roles ln Iife." burn, Roy. Teaches: Indus. Arts. er, Ann. Teaches: English. Stephen S. Nisbet Chapter National Honor Society. directors are useless without of actors." Westenfelder, Lida. Teaches: Math. sling, Steve. Teaches: Science. ches: Frosh Football St Basketball. Si 'X p ig ' C' . Zlck, Karen. Teaches: Foods, Marriage 8. Family Living, 81 Consumer Education. Advises: Sr. Class Advisor, Pom Pom Advisor. "A gentle push, a little shove 84 the mind opens to new adventures into the world of the unknown by the untried." Zinneclcer, Roger. Teaches: English. Advises: J.V. Football, H.S. Theatre Club 84 H.S. Plays. "Ours is not to act or do, but to inspire those around us to greater achievement." 3. . v. g ,il 1 ., ll -. fr 1 ,Y '- 'I .- , ' --1, Y ' -fywl't"1 . ..- rf ,,..a.-,L.,Q.., ' if-Q A - T'-.4 LA?-'s i ' , 1' .-P ' . .l 'S f A-': f"""5- ' ' 5 ,- 5 K A X S qvfi f Lkiilw Directors Stage Managers As stage managers, the bus drivers, cooks, and janitors make the important things run smoothly. Without these people, whom vve so often take for granted, the play would be no more than mass confusion. HS JANITORS: ROW 1 M. Amundson, L. Holcomb, M. Vliem, L. Johnson. Row 2: M. Tindall, K. Walters, A. Vliem, R. Eitniear. JH JANITORS: ROW 1: M. Homen, V. Frens, V. Glass. P' n - 4 192 Stage Managers BUS DRIVERS: ROW 1: V. Deur, N. Dickinson, V. Hooker, A. Luchies, D. Dykman, J. Doering, B. Dickinson, M. Witte. ROW 2: B. Lingeman, R. Derks, M. Duliban, D. Taylor, W. Vanderwall, B. Gill, A. Deur. ' 'P ,ix T E . -4? 2, . IJ . .F 'Nu-Q . . 1 .A+-1 1 lg 5.17 H I, "XL" ff- 1, ".'k flgl' HS COOKS: N. Luchies, L. Oosterhouse, M. Falkema. JH COOKS: G. Scott, J. Lucas, H Crisp, A. Wolfsen, V. Price, E. Cook, L. Widen. , ,. .4223 f in-5 rw'-,113 I ! N eff' Jw VW ie! f"" ' 'H' Q I S D I , 9 0 Stage Managers 303 JV ORE: K X Q I 0? Q A HID O this presentation is brouqht to you 'bg +I oi II The Merchants of 'Fremont Q Q C Q , ,T ,-,,, X - 1 -4 I -af ' ,Q J .1-I 6 , I E " n dl! F H H 1 e ' ' .IL uk Ln ? e L + t 1 K Y X 1 glilillillillillillillillillillillii lillillillillil lillillilfillillillil Iilliiillillillilillilililliliil E Congratulations Seniors! E lil . V, - lil EI 820 S.Stewart ig 7 .5330 if mi 924 3560 EI . 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EENNER-AGENT 9 Z 451 . 122E.Oak,POBoX68 6 ez Fremont, Mi. 49412 41 44444-456'-4442?-4444 L Q t -vi 0 0 0 Q 1 J llIlIllIIllIllllllllllllllllllIlllllllIl CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS ll' ll' ll' lf ll' ll' ll' ll' ll' ll' ll' If ll' ll' ll' ll' if ll' ll' 'II ll' ll' ll' ll' ll' if ll' ll' ll' -V- 36 E. Main FREIVIONT Qgfnafiffazan 9 gfem me ff A If CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS 4 CLASS OF IITOI' Q W BUILDING G INSULATING 1 ff I EINES HOIIIIES IN THE A 4. I FREIVIONT AREA FOR OVER ll' Ijj. If-I 511, I TWENTY YEARS. lt 'Fil """ Lf 1 x ll' HENRY HOOKER 4700 Country Lane 924-3946 it 4444-V-44-V-44444444-V--V--V--Y-4444-V--Y-444444 Sponsors Congratulations Seniors Wmmoomls CCDGEIIICO Ihiitoolthluumoy' 24 West Main 924-3240 kikkkikkkkkkkkkkkki W 4 2 r 4 :nj EXQQQK 32 ' R53-'ff Eggfmiisf 52 35's -fx 4 W -f-,CD 4 9.-S o'0 E " 0: :J S52 1 0 L32 . ' E N'f'e l an 5' :rl 9 0 as QA: O- g 5 go! "' QQ 9.-Y - M OO 2 A 9, 5 ---. 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T? fi Cn 4 Q K3 3' Q FU rj, o 91 lllllllllllllll ..., EENlEilEliElliE'llIE'1lEliiElllUIililliiE'JlIE'1lEIEIIIEIEIIEIIEIIIE E Congratulations Seniors E E E E From 5 E E Fnemonr E E E 1 B u run EH Q 3 E E .. ine. E General Contracting E S Heating and Air Conditioning 2 E Complete Floor Covering Service E Q 425 comme Ave. 924-4964 E ie S E wf E C - e .C .fwmwtwfrs-rt 5 Q' if 'P mzmouisuuuxxsrmt E E 'film "5?fi S E115IIE!IIQIIIEIIIEFIIEUIIFUIIEIEIIIUIIQIEIIIUIHIIEIWIHIIEIE S ponsors 10 EjfEJlf'ilIIElIrE-'1lf1illlEllrL'-1lIlElllHIlF1'JlIUIIEIIIEIIEIIEIIIHIIEIIEIIIEH E El E - E Osborn Ee Qoossmck 5 R do GTI H ' o E 3 10 C GVISIOII 5 fruit Storage lg E Y A E Salesand Service S 4 E ZENITI4e:rE3r5ngNY TV Q ' A E 924-2680 E Peaches Pears Plumbs E 5886 S'Wa"'e' -b E. Fremont Q A les Sept.-IVIay - E BE. 924-2470 5 TQ .. EIEIIEIIIUIEIIEIUEIIEIIIEUIEIIFENIEIIIEIIIEIIEJIIEJIIEIIIEIIENE KE Compliments of 423 es Rh Q nz FREl'l'llIll1I 5I.Il'lUl1U '- 92 ik Ah Bo 'X' 1? 522585252ZEXSXQXSXGXSZQXGXQXSEZQYQX2'225Xi-28585252585233858552SXQXSXSXESXSXGXSXQXSZSEZSXM 444444444444425144444444-34444444444 fkiwiw 379441 444 vfrufrufr X 24' 5 'K 2? We Accept Master Charge and Bank Americards lm A , ml +1 pg, 7061 w. aafh sr r F 1 -,Ez fir 41 OPEN THUR SDAY AFTERNOON 924-0640 -WU? ski? IP?-4 23, 22' 23' I-T' X? I? 23" 21' 23' IG' 23' X? 2? IS" 23' 23" 23' 21' 23' 2? 23' 2? 23" 1? 23" 23' X? 2? FQ' 23" Ati: DEI El lil lil EI EI El lil lil El lil El lil El U EI EI lil El lil E EI lil EI Lil IE lil El lil U EI I!! El lil IE lil El ENE xr 41 E IIBQVEDDHUHJ m e E E Fremont, IVIi. 49412 924-2500 5453 S. Warner Avenue E lil IEIEJIEIIEIEJIEIIEI IEIEIIEIEIEIIEIIEIIE EHEEIIEHEIEIIEI IEIIEIIEIIQJIEIIEIIEIIEIIEIIEIIEJEIIEIIEIIEIEI Sponsors 444444 'k'k'k'k'k'k'k I coNGRATu1.AT1oNs I 'ro THE cLAss OF I 1978 I-Iv I 4 4 w 1 g , 4, I ,519 ' e 1- : ' I I soe E. Main I Fremont - I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII O Q 0 Q Q O O 0 O O 0 O O Q Q 9 O 0 O tVllililiiiiilililililiiilifiiilifiiilfjf Q Q P1 T 111 1,1 . Q :4, :PL Congratulations Seniors 1, 411 2 CONGISQMJOLRASTIONS 9 1: '11 D1 1,1 O 1'1 1,1 ' - - ' f ' ' 4 1 ' 2 M E I ? I gem? H I' 2 s jf 11 '-I III Q . 1 '11 ' .. ' ,1 , g Reeman Farm Equlpm ent 2 T111 Fremont Mobile 1211: . , 111 1,1 141 ' , It U I H t , 111: Homes Emmet, ,111 Q e354 w. 60th F 1 9 I1 1,1 1'1 ll Q 924-2570 Q 1, ,H 1004 w. Main Fremont ltl '1 Q z 1:1 1,1 924 5220 PII 1:1 6 L...-- .A.... -,. ,.,. ,,-,-, ,.,. - - l QQ 99999 999999 9 9 QQ 9 Q :'Llv2.2.2.2.2-2.2.Q.2v2-gv2.2gvligiglll 44444444-444444444444444444444444: 1 1 The Lord Helps them who helps themselves i 1 1 I f , DO IT. ,, f Compliments of K 1 Dfi -Slide Inc. 1210 Locust Street PH 924-3950 'k'kii"k'k'k'ki"k'k'k'k'k'ki'i'k'k'kii"k'k'k'ki"k'k'ki"kY 4 S ponsors - 211 T2131iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiziiiiiiiiiiiiii1112311212iiiiii 1,1 H 1:1 DEDICATED TO THE 13 SENIORS OF I 1:1 FREM ON T HIGH SCHOOL ll I Best Wishes Upon 1,1 Your Graduation l'4 1:1 THE PROFESSIONAL MEN 11: 1:4 Ii 11: REBER a. REBER LAW OFFICES It MURPHY 8. CARIS, Attorneys-at-Law 1:1 RICHARD L. N1ELLoN, NLD. DAVID vv. ooSTINca, o.D. 5 1:1 NORMAN L. REDELTY, NLD. WAYNE N. OOSTING, o.D. 1:1 JESS DEYOUNG, NLD. DALE CARROLL, NLD. 111 PAUL H. SNYDER, D.V.lVi. E.R. SAYLES, D.c. GRAYDON W. DIIVIKOFF, Attorney and Counselor-at-Law ll fn PAUL L. GREER, P.C. Attorney-at-Law ll 11: RUSSELL E. PRICE, Attorney-at-Law l'l 12: 111 til fi 4:1 ,,,,,, , E , , L , , , , L S ponsors Fnemcmr new EHR 0 EH Leng og Congratulations Efg 65 To The Class Of 1978 DIQLHQ CHEVlQQI,LlT SAIJEQS E West Mem 924-0000 E!!! - D UR 'PEET MQTQR B UICK - oPEL oLDS 3 Ken Schuiteman-Bruce Poel iii iii 33 West Dayton 924-3640 QE VERN WRIGHT INC 7 ' Pontiac - AM Motors - GMC Trucks - Jeeps 521 7052 West Mem 924-0440 QE 5,5 Ford -M ere ury 7148 West Mem 924-3300 Chrysler - Plymouth Inc. 52 West Main 924-0290 PQ 2325252585852Q25X5852525258535258523225258585855255852XQXQZQXSXQXSXSXQX525252525335 S ponsors 21 00000000000000000000000000000000000000 Best Wnsnes to the Class of 1978 CHRIS DRUGS 0000000 0000000000000000 000000 0000 000000000000 Ellillillillillillillillillilliillilillillillil Best VVlSl"IES To The Cgngfatulatlons Class of Sgmors E E E E E E E E Q E E E. E E E E E Q E E E EE Em E151 Elf-31 Elm E Elm Elil EE E E Elm QE! 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Stewart 21- 1111 ',, 23, Fremont 23, 1: 11 I , 53' 924-5990 ii 6 E. NI 924 0150 1: ,1, im :ga :ga 4 21. 4 4 23- 4 -Igl 21- 4 21. rg, 1253:132332321211131iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiill IEIIIEVIIQIIIEIIIEJIIEIIIEIIri-'JIIEIIIIP-1HEIIIHIIIE1IIEVIIEIIEIIIEIIIE1fEIIE1lIElIIE1IIElIHllE'JlIE1lIE'1lIMIIE1II21IIEIIIEIIEIIIHIIEIIIEJIEIIEI E GILLILAND TRANSFER CO. E Permitted Long Distance Carriers 5 924-0111 IIIIICH., OHIO, IND., ILL. 7180W'481'1 E 'E L-1 IIEHIUIIEIIEIIIEIIIEIIIEIIIEHEIIEIIEIIIEIIUIIEIIIEIIIEIIVENUE!!IEIIIEIIIEIIEIIIEIIIEIIIEIHIIEIIIEIIIEIIIEIIEIIIEIIIEJIIEIIIHIEYIEIIEITIISI ENE lillillillil lillilllillil IEIEIEJIEIIEI IEIEIIEEIIEIEIEIIEI IEIEIEEIIEIEI IEIEIIEIIEIEIIEIEIIEIEI lil "The Red Barn " IEIEIIEIIEEIEHEIIEIIEIEJ 9 G X E 'f-. 3 0 In Q Q " 2 Q' 0 an :, Ui IEIIEIIEIEEIIEHEIIEIIEIU Lillillil lil IE IE lil lil lil lil lil lil EI lil lil E1 lil Lil lil lil EI El U E1 lil lil lil U lil lil I!! El I!! 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Elm Iv r ' 1'i'i'i'i'i'i'iAi'ifi'i'i'ifi'i'ifiAi-fAi-I-:A:':-IA:-2-1f1f:f:f:A:A:-1-I-If:U: 'u Congratulations from 5: Q' Q'Ugf,g.f,a,35: 125' . , 924-0070 Farm 81 Home Deliveries 324 Apache Drive Q S ponsors 444441 ii K X 'K 'K 'll 'K if 'K 'IK 'K 'K E il 'IK 41 'K 'K 'Il 'll 'K 'K 'K 'K 'll +1 'K 'K 'K 1:-nr-nf-K 44 'A' Congratulations To The Graduates Of '78 bb,,,5gL?, f. ga r-sara fe N 1WQ,.:f,A::- -gels .xg ,.. -'ts?2f9bS 3 . t 1 - "" N- -iwwf. T . , ,, rf. ,z V ., .I - 'A 1 ' , TINY" A ' . .-.wmv-. - , :f1ffsEgs5ig1a..S A , ' -. A Qbo.3fnRlN' x., - , I x, A N D T R U S T C 0 M P A N Y , A K - ..: ' 'T - H..:5K-" . .- N QQ , . .V , 'HmN'5'?3553kii2i3if'iEZ3a"I zgyyf :1.s-.vig--. . E- T, z A T . 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Main Fremont 924-3846 : E E III I ll Il I IIIII lllll EliEllIElllElllEllIElllEllif!lllElllEllElllElllElliElIElllEllI'i'llIEllEE 4'-44444444417-444444-5144423-444417-44444 Congratulations to the Class of '78 44-'61 'iwfrvfr 94, M LA N D 42 2 t IG' :Qs 41 xt -ll xg- 'li xt- '51 :Q 'CI 55 ii It C 5 Q if Q si l sg fi Fremont's only family shopping center fx 254, 924-3520 west 48th st. 121 irikfrfrvkikikikikikikir air'A"2r'ifr7fr'A"A' ikvfrikfrvkvkvfr 1'fmfr'ir'A'19r41 Sponsors 0000000000000 0000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O N 0 0 0 0 g 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 Q 6 Q 0 Q 0 Q 0 Q 0 Q 0 Q O Q 6 Q 0 Q 0 Q 0 Q 0 Q O Q 0 Q 0 Q 0 Q 0 0'00000o00000000000 RESIDENTIAL RESORT ri county FARM COMMERCIAL Corner IVI-120 84 IVI-82 Phone 821-0000 Fremont lVll 49412 or 924-6080 Congratulations Seniors Congratulations , and Best Wishes -' .1 vim G9 0 E to the Class of 1978 f 'X I I' I PN , Cm- F DQLL s iaoiixwm Furniture-Funeral Directors Jewelry 3: Gifts 924-5870 924-0800 Fl'GlTI0l'llZ 34 East Main Fremont SllwlielllelllelllelIf-illlelllelllwllelllellrellIEIIIUIIEIIIUIIEIIEIIEIIIEIIIEIIVEIIEIIEIIEIIEIIEIIEIIIUIIQIIQIEIIQIEQIEJIEQIEIIQIEIEI- E II EMM I ll EQIIIIPIIIIEIIIEI E E ALLIS-CHALIVIERS E Gleaner Combines, Bobcat Loaders, Simplicity Lawn E and Garden Equip. Q 7441 West 48th I E E 924-3540 Q 5 IEIIEIIIEIIIEIIElIEIIIEIIIEIIIEIIIEIIIEIIEUIIEIIIEIIIEIIIUIIQIIUIIEIIFGIIIEIIIEIIIEIIIEIIEIIIEIIIEIIIEIIIEIIEIIIEJIIEIIIEIIIEIIIEIIEJIIEIIIEIIEIIE 222 Sp IEI EIIEIEIEIIEIEIEIIEIEIIEIEIEJEIIEIEI EI E . U EI Congratulations E1 lil Seniors! El E E' Q Q E A U gg lil U ' E E E E E E E E E E E IE 924-4590 4554 W. 48th E1 E E Ellillillillillillilillillilillil Ellilillil lil 0000000 00000000 00 0 O 0 0 O O 0 0 6 0 0 O O 0 O 2 ooooooooooooooooo CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS 12551011 HILL YOUR MASTER MIX DEALER REEMAN 924-4260 00000000 0000000000 QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ A H55 E L,-11 3 LE' U3 QQfF Q Q Q . N 942 W- Nl-am 4440404 EJTATETE 924-3550 EE Congratulations Seniors! gg 444444 ice cream snakes sundaes 44444444444 Congratulations 44? 4144 53155 -:za KE' 4 w 44 2554 41424 45? 353 M M4 4544 4:42 q Q 344 -was 4 Q 'Va 4542 QQ 4 M -213 415422: 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4' 4 4 4 4' 4' 4' 4' 4' 4' 4444444444444444444 Seniors! 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Janr Fremont, Mi 49412 : lllIllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllll Sponsors EIBIIEHIEIIIEIIlElllElllE'1lFElllEJlV9lllElVE'JllE'lliillii'-lIir91llEllElE S Congratulations Seniors! 5 ' as E 5 . l 5 E E ' - - Q 5 KROEZE E E FUNERAL . E E HOME C E E 'Q E E .. E 637 East Main 924-2130 E 5ElIE'lllElllElllElllEllIE1lIElllElIlElllEllIElliEllIElllE'1llElllElllEllIEl iiiiiiiiiifiiiii Congratulations Class of '78 E 1, rom it Qownmwmmmni if 1 5648 S. Baldwin Ave. 1- X Newaygo x X' phone 924-3420 i' 1 DE-H2 1 t Howard Rotavator x iiiiififiiiiiiif QQQOQOOOOOOOQOQQOOE g coNoRExEUXgf3T3IoUs8To THE 2 O 0 Q . JVJI: Q 3 E S z , 2 CINCORPORATEDJ 2 z 5401 S. Warner Fremont 3 Q Rte 4 924-3140 Q OOOOOQQOOOQOOOOQOO KIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Donald B. Reinders, IVID Maynard DeKryger, IVID Robert E. Paxton, IVID Tunis Vandenberg, IVID James D. Webb, IVID Robert Clouse, IVID llllllllllllllllllll 5258525355822XQXQXGXQSSZGXSXSZSXGXSZSXQEE ESE Congratulations Seniors iii an lT'S GOOD TO HAVE iii 3 .MQNY 3 iii To UU YOUR FUTURE I I KE Y 1 Y 1 I I WPI ii Randy Tanis Senior Class 78 E255 ,945 Karen Ward Senior Class 78 93 I I WE FELIX SHElVlWELL Q lVlony Planner SE Z52535ZSEHSXQQXQXQZE-XESQXSXQXSXQQEQ S ponsors CQQCQGDQDQDQCQCQQCQCDCSQQQQDQGDGDQDQDQDQQ QQDQGDQDGDQCDCQQ QDCQQC93 E 1.927 .fwwzw 2 3 6144464 2 QQQDQQQDGDQDQD 1 CQQDQQCQQQDQDQD GD CQ QD 1 K Q 3 V a.Fl"U,Q 2 Q Congratulating this C9 Q year's Psychos!! ' ' Q C9 Q QQQQQQDQQDQDQQDQQDQCQCQQCQQ QCQCQCQQDCQQQQCQQQDQDQQDQQQDQQ 11219129 111155121 M "When it's your move, call us" 924-6250 C9 G0 Christian Scei e img Our Support in all your Endeavors 33 E. Main 924-2342 GQ O G G G G G 0 0 0 G G G O 0 G G 0 G 0 O 0 G G Q G G 0 O 0 G 0 G 0 Q O 0 0 00 Ur 3 E131 me ,uw 5931? g American : Fl fg 8995 Holton Rd. 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