Greenville High School - Hi Life Yearbook (Greenville, MI)

 - Class of 1959

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fl From left to right: John Wood, Gene Mount, Herman Rummelt, Walt Jaehnig. The Junior Class President , Vice-President Secretary A Treasurer Advisor . A 96 OFFICERS Gene Mount Herman Rummelt . John Wood Walt Joehnig , , Mr. Morfard The class of "60" sure is full of energetic Juniors. They, too, have had a busy year by helping to sponsor the Junior-Senior Prom. They also helped a great deal in Baccalaureate and Commencement. The decorations were greatly appre- ciated. uw 6 ' 5 , 'cya' 'fs' V an 'Q V I.. R 4. , W f,Qr,:,,,:-1 f "' 5 f VJ- - 1- 4 V xl Y, X-ew L v 'Y-" ' a 'V 1 v " .A ' YT' ,V .s -n B' W 1 FN' ' X4 423- " xv B I 132-55,1 MFE. L 'vifsif it V1 ' ' fer, , 5- 'Y X XJ if 5:4 , , ij ll H ffilrgfl' L 'Y ' l ,Ls ,fi .ii XL QA AX ri-, fa ri' A 5' "' ' , 'Lyn L LQ' "' ' A ,A .iz '15-54 si .I Tj' "' QL 1 A at 4 X--1 l Qxd, -f - A 'X 'I 1 , , 37 E--,K 2 N V vs X Jdxiv I .1-xx' . ' t A, sys. l x x Q- 7 " 5 L .. , G i gy' tw Q ,wi ' A e x Q .,. L Q, H 'C' ' V RC", ' 'C' , '- . 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A, l feel sorry for the custodians. tl Allen, Dick Allen, Douglas Allinder, Bonnie Antcliff, Karen Balcom, Richard Balslev, Robert Barnes, Dale Barney, Pat Barthel, Eileen Baskerville, Dee Ann Bauman, James Bensinger, Eugene Bidstrup, Anne Bissell, Gerald Bissell, Mary Lee Bivins, Thomas Bowers, Fred Bowers, John Bodfish, Louie Bradley, Penny Bristol, Alan Cairns, Dennis Christensen, Sara Ja Conley, Mary Cooley, Sam Cotton, Donna Covert, Garry Cummings, Jaan Degraw, Richard DeYoung, Dorothy Dietz, Ron Ensley, Sharon Eyer, Ron Feldpausch, Louis Field, Vivian Finch, Barbara I1 Fisher, David Fisher, Don Fisher, Helen Fulk, George Fuller, Karen Gallagher, Beverly Godfrey, Gil Goodenough, Judy Goodwin, Daniel Green, Marie Guenther, Rita Hancock, Charles Hankis, Pat Hansen, Janet Heether, Carolyn Higgins, Roger Hinton, James Holmden, Loretta Hopkins, Howard Hunt, Karen Hyde, Dan Ingersoll, Nancy Ingersoll, Ruth Jaehnig, Walt Jensen, Lydia Jensen, Mike Johnson, Ann Johnson, Bill Johnson, Lynne Johnson, Ron Johnston, Gary Jones, Linda Kent, Autry Kohn, Harold Kurnat, Linda Larsen, James , '53 2 an -' .' , '- .V 1 G, L ' Q R? gli A ',V Y,,, EJ . 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A .-WiYf5'f1lf- ' Y N fe' f'- 1 "Whitey" takes a stab at hockey .lf 1 vw 4 Q , Lause, Marie l.aVictor, Milton l.eClear, Ellen LeClear, Tom Lehmkuhl, Dave Lewis, Dora Lincoln, Allen Linderman, Bev Lippert, Gail Martin, Kay Martin, Jerry Marvin, Bill McCully, Bonnie Merritt, Sandra Miller, Ann Miller, Sandra Mol, Dawn Morlock, Dale Mount, Gene Myers, Gary Myers, Robert Nadeau, Darlene Neitzel, Alden Nelson, Ron Norman, Fern Northup, Lenore Noyes, Gloria Olsen, Jeannine Olsen, Jo Ann Palmer, Ann Patrick, Edward Perry, Jack Phillips, Sheila Plumb, Sandra Porter, Ronald Ragan, Carol Rigdon, Ronald Rinehart, Darlene Rockefeller, Julie Root, Judy Rummelt, Herman Rubie, John Sage, Bonnie Sage, Roger Sampson, Robert Satterlee, Jackie Sewell, Roger Smith, Kathleen Spencer, Joan Spohm, Kathleen Sprague, Edward Steele, Tom Stefunick, Mary Ann Stockton, William Stout, Ronald Sutphen, Tom Svendsen, John Taylor, Donald Tingley, Jerry Tremayne, Susan Valenta, Mathew VanderMey, Maxine Vos, Mary lrene Waite, Joyce Walkington, Tom Waldorf, Richard Waldorf, Virginia Weber, John Wheeler, Fonda White, Richard Williams, Judy Wilson, Mary Lou Wilson, Shirley Witmer, Ronald Wolschon, Paul Wood, Jim Wood, John Worden, Karene Q ies 4551 X a 1 r ,sv- n :Q X Q I x figqzh 1 'S xl' Y atfitillxa bf - , - cyl-' gn' I Q -Q1 'R F - . 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WINNEP .tg L Reseo rch paper blues, I , s,x.,rh A , 'im .2 ,S-95" - ' ' - ff' ' :A yex., vt, . 4 .1 r'ffT.?'-'xg' 515 ' 3lw:..41i"'f2vJ' - First love. fDelos Byrne ond Sara Christensen? f A N., , 's -5 The ol' bomb, 3 X 75 1, . 2 'NJ -U '53 A, .1 Some people never grow up. -,1g,.'-.5 1 , in ' Mary Lou at attention. hr' Comfortable? Sffqnded, fKuren Slentzl Tennis anyone? -ws. 2 From left to right: Wilson McQueen, Joe Sharp, Glenn House, Ursula Biezais. The Sophomore Class President .. Vice-President Secretary ,, Treasurer ,... Advisor ..... 102 OFFICERS , Glenn House Wilson McQueen ,, Ursula Biezais . Joe Sharp Mr. Diehl The class of "61" certainly have been busy these past two years by sponsoring dances and other activities that make up a good G.H.S. class. Keep up the good work Kids! f 'W -K . vu- - 'Y' ' 1 N' 4' G I vw' g hu- M. N 1 I 'K' r G E ffl'-2 , ' .4 XA ' A 1 M . Y l if ,Kai XX . rx,-f ,K-1. xx ' ' i ' Q it? 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'K 3' Q Adams, David Andersen, Beth Anderson, Eugene Antcliff, Janet Armstrong, Arlene Bachar, Susie Baker, Dale Barthel, Joan Baxter, Garold Beard, Larry Beck, Edwin Beck, Pat Biezais, Ursula Black, Alberta Bliss, Wayne Blumberg, Gary Bond, Gerald Bond, Sandra Bradley, Robert Briggs, Nancy Brothers, Gaylord Buche, Al Bunce, Mary Cathy, Jim Christensen, Diane Christensen, Paul Christoffe rse n, Pamela Clark, Robert Copeland, Charlotte Crothers, William Czarnopis, Richard Dalman, Dave Davis, Nancy Davis, Sharon Deal, Robert 103 l Delp, Gretchen Duvall, Louis Dyer, Judy Early, Melinda Eichelberg, Glenn Elliott, Frances Eriksen, Eddy Evans, Roger Fenner, Vicki Ferguson, Linda Fessenden, Mary Feuersfein, Judy Finch, Roger Flashaar, Ronald Fleser, Pauline Fordyce, Barbara Franke, Charles Frazee, Carolyn Garvey, James Gillmer, James Godfrey, Gilbert Goodwin, Dave Goodwin, Jerry Green, Linda Hagadus, Mary Lou Haight, Vicky Hankis, Karen Hansen, Jan Hansen, Marlene Harley, Alan Harris, Beverly Hart, Betty Hemmes, Bonnie Herroon, Richard Heyer, David J Melinda Early-Pin-up girl K ,M J Q -1- OQ as I J Q MM M X -ir., ' A. 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' ' V- ff . i M isa' lllklihllhlltililiibill H91 Secoy Sherri Seiler, Francis Senko Diane Shank, Lois Sharpe, Joe Shenefield, Larry Shroll, Harold Sisson, Lynne Skinner, Gary Slentz, Micheal Sloan, Diane Snider, Dennis Snyder, Robert Speece, Carla Spencer, Carol Steele, Richard Stokes, Jo Street, Roland Swanson, Norma Taft, Darlene Thompson, Carol Thompson, Ron Ten Eyck, JoAnne Tenney, Dave Tobey, Gary Tower, Ray Turner, Faye Tyrell, Sharyl VanDrie, Diane Van Horne, Marion VanHoose, Helen Van Vlerah, Carolyn Wagner, Marilyn Waldorf, Barb Walter, Bruce Walkington, Fred Wallace, Don West, Bill White, Pam Wilde, Sherry Williams, Gwen Wilson, Tom Wilsted, Tom Winters, Judy Wolschon, Marco Yeomans, Joe Zull, Hubert 107 fi lgflfli a is 'vy,X From left to right: Kay White, Al Baker, Luana Jensen, Ann Briggs. The Freshman Class President tt,,. Vice-President Secretary ..... Treasurer ..... Advisor .,...t 108 OFFICERS ,,,. . , , A , Al Baker Luana Jensen , Kay White .. Ann Briggs Mr. Budge Early in September, the Freshmen dived into a haze of new experiences. They were a good bunch of frosh, and it wasn't long until they were right at home in G.H.S. They certainly didn't seem to be afraid of deep water, for many of their members went out for football, bas- ketball, and the band. Here are our best wishes for three more successful high school years! Q V A ,ul f . I , -i 'N -f fu- -t. . .4 f ' if-v - x Vb... I X 1 l 54 f Q: vs' R, ,nfs mihh lll k J ' l x K , t. '. 3 Q . as Ch " ' X "' I ' Y x Fli .- . lll 1 xx J ll J' A QM 693, - xv- ' vii 'srl X. V A -x Q ,hx un .. , '- ., x 6 MSN, ' Y- xv ml ,J E 2- J SM C rx B., Who said freshmen don't study? 31 1. ,x -- 31" 'M' l t K 1 v YV , . , xv: v ' V Wig g- FN . J X st!!! "1 4 ,X r ff-QP - 'F K ig? LQ r 'SL g ., y Yi: .xi - x 7 Vs A l -A ff li C ,srl Q 5:1 ' 4' ' M : :rv .N 41, -Y' X Q4 r' : l n :Exilim Q N -. , 'C' lun " l "ugh-73 fm . 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Andersen, Gertrude Andersen-Vie, Karen Anderson, Tom Anstett, Jackie Arntz, Bob Aylsworth, Karen Babcock, Jim Baker, Alan Bailey, Barry Barnes, Terrill Baumgardner, Adrian Beckwith, Shirley Bennett, John Betty, Delores Bissell, Ken Bliss, Wayne Blumberg, Stanley Borst, Charles Bowlster, Rubie Bowman, Kitty Braden, Shiela Briggs, Ann Brewster, Otis Bush, Sandra Button, Sharon Cairns, Mary Cairns, Richard Christensen, Duane Christensen, Sue Copeland, Linda Cresap, James Curtis, Debbie Dakin, Allan Dakin, Sheldon Dales, Lynn .2 Dalyrmple, Geraldine Daniels, Douglas Davie, Byron Davis, Bonnie DeGraw, Carol Dennis, Luan Drake, Sue Dyer, Joe Eitelbuss, Mary Fisher, Clara Fonley, Sandra Fountain, Gary Fuller, Bruce Galintine, Dave Goodwin, Gordon Greene, Diane Greenhoe, Margaret Hagadus, Dave Hansen, Leroy Hansen, Owen Harris, Kay Harris, Ray Hedger, Lewis Hilliker, Bob Hilliker, Larry Hopkins, Joan Hopkins, Marshall Howes, Gary House, Paul Hubbard, Charles Hubbard, Marvin Hurst, Sheila Jensen, Luanna Johnson, Bob Johnson, Choryl Freshmen register with Miss Motley -4 , 1. 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P ff' - Q.. ,Q vxvg: 1 ,W 3- Q lf" ,X Ng -L1 X- :D as - - Q f '.:+?feM.f?fi3 K jr f Home for the week-end Lehmkuhl, Jack Letts, Bill Lewis, Tom Logan, John Lutferloh, Carol Lyndrup, Chris Karson, Julian Kraus, Jerry Krick, Jerry Larsen, Norma Larsen, Norman Lee, Karen Johnson, Ronald Jording, Chris Kay, Bill Kellogg, Sue Kent, Clyde King, Stan Marlin, Frank Marlin, Gary Martin, Tom McAllister, Donna McDonald, Sue McMeeken, Bob Miller, Duane Miller, Marilyn Miller, Wayne Morris, Tom Neilsen, Lyn Neilsen, Jerry Neilsen, Mary Ellen Neitzel, Doris Nelson, Jean Nelson, Mary Beth Nelson, Sandy Newburg, Bonnie X 111 NX But I won't see him again for another five minutes - - Newman, Alice Olsen, Carl Ax ' , :gf ,R 1 F 5 it Olsen, Douglas M gt' -1 -.S f '-3 ff. 7- g ,E "" " s KK ka' Palmer, Edith " 1 ,Q gg tl . ws-.1 Paris, Jim t C V fx Peer, Dorwln ' D J , J l 1 l. 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"X Nz K 1 H Staffen, Jan Skinner, Jerry Steffensen, Mariean Stevens, Dave Swartz, Bonnie Tanner, Linda Thomas, Kathy Thompson, Jerry Thorington, Allan Truesdell, Curtis Valenta, Jerry VanAllen, Jule VanAllen, Shoryn Vos, Pat Waldorf, Mike Walker, Carson Wheelock, Ron Wheeler, Marlene White, Kay Wilcox, Diane Williams, Pot Wilson, Larry Winiger, David Wireman, Bonnie Wood, Dick Wood, Ron Wood, Ron-Rex Woodbury, Linda Workman, Russ Zull, Dave Look mom, no cavitieS! like sleeping on a cloud 113 A A A A ' A A A A A A . A A I I' P r I' I' P' P P' D V I v ' V V Y 1 V v v Y v ' Y Y V MARJORIE ITQ ARTHUR CHRISTENSEN s V358 ver 'wtf 'f vs ,, 'Wy . g sf- -1 . 'r ., 'ws i' 5 1 HIGHFIELD SANDRA J. VANDENBERG 'LAH GARBOW FORREST L- ROOSA Mastery of the Art Practically everyone in Greenville High School takes an English course of some kind. This year 685 students out of the 689 in the top four grades are enrolled in some kind of English course. Of course, all of the 400 iunior high students with whom we share the building are taking English. English is required for the 181 freshmen, the 208 sophomores, and the 140 seniors. Most of the 160 iuniors find a course in communication skills that would be helpful. f- :f- 1sS."'xJ.-Q' " t V, Q ,... 21 Gestures are a part of Oral English Learning the fundamentals of English 8 1 9 A 0 'Q x X, From left to right: Gloria Howell, Gary Hansen, Delos Bryne, Jane Walborn. The Senior Class OFFICERS President ,,,, ,.... ..4,.....r . .... . T . Vice-President Secretary ..,... Treasurer ,.... Advisor ...., 116 Gary Hansen Delos Bryne Gloria Howell Jane Walborn Mr. Swanton Nineteen fifty-nine brought to the Seniors a turning point. It marked the beginning of o new experience for them as they are about to take the big step of going out into the world to be on their own. They worked hard on the dances they sponsored, especially the Junior- Senior Prom and the Senior Dance. Two equally important events were the Senior Play and publishing the HI- LIFE. The steps taken in putting the final touches on a fine year were the Honor Banquet, Skip Day, Baccalaureate, and finally Commencement. VALARIE A. ADAMS Not getting her mail on time and boys that don't act their age peeve "Val" . . . Mr. Swanton, pizza, and the color blue are among her favorites . . . passes her time by dancing, ice-skating or reading . . . she cherishes her happy memories . . . wills all wild senior days to Judy Goodnough . . . is most fre- quently heard saying "Get serious" . . . hopes to be happily married and have a dozen children by '79 F. H. A. l, tres. 2, 3, tres. 4 Modern Language Club 2 JAMES ANDERSEN "Andy" is peeved by peo- ple who make fun of the Danes . . . cherishes food, his hi-fi, and car . . . spends his time by "tooling around" with his car . . . favors Miss Vandenburg, sea foods, and the color grey . . . wills all his good times to Doug Olsen . . . is most frequently heard saying "Lots of luck!" . . . only ambition for '79 is to get there. A Cappella l, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 2 ERIC ANDERSON-VlE "Andy" enjoys Mr. Morford and Mr. Martin, any kind of food, and the color blue... is peeved at guys who think baseball is better than track and is often heard saying "My car won't start, give me a push" . . . hopes to be a doctor by '79 Band 1, 3, 4 Carlisle, lnd. 2 Track 3, 4 lntramural 4 Exchange Assembly 4 Senior Play Varsity Club 4 PEGGY A. BACHAR Mr. Christensen, steak, shrimp, and the color red are among "Peg's" favorites . . . people who talk behind other people's back peeve her . . . cherishes her parents - - - likes to pass the time away by going boat riding . . . wills her good times to her sisters . . . is most frequently heard saying "Oh you!" . . . ambition for '79 is to be happily married. Nurses' Club 'l Journalism 4 Alderman 3 Junior High Office 4 its A SQ . .g l . M, ' ' fmg , X ,r , ii ' l .f .JR 'iunl . SS lpn. MICAELA ANN BAIRD "Mickey's" favorites are Mr. Diehl, Italian food, and the color brown . . . Nancy Thorington peeves her . . . cherishes o "fur-lined Christ- mas present" from Mort and Ole . . . says "Karen, let's go to South Haven!" . . . will be batching it in New York in '79, Latin Club l Cheerleading l, 2 All School Play 2, Senior Play Nurses Aide 3, 4 Co-op 3, 4 A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 4 Future Nurses Club l, 2, pres. 3, 4 Student Council ass't. soc. ch. 3, social chairman 4 Hi Lite Stott MARILYN LEE BAKER Marilyn cherishes her Bible, spends spare time playing the piano . . . favorites are Mr. Gillett, hamburgers, and the color red . . . pet peeve is walking to school . . . wills those hours of study to Dale . . . in '79 she will be doing missionary work. Bible Club l, 2, 3, 4 Choral Union l, 2, 3, 4 Valedictorian JUDY KAYE BARRET "Brat" cherishes her collie "Dixie" . . . passes most of her time by sewing . . , pea- ple who talk too much for their own good peeve her , . . Mr. Budge, steak, French fries, and the color blue are in her favor . . , wills one paint brush to Vicki Soule . . . is most often heard say- ing "lt's debatable!" . . . ambition for '79 is to be happily married. "G" Club il, 2, 3, 4 French Club l F.T.A. 3, 4 Pep Club vice-pres. 3 Modern Dance 'l CYNTHIA BARRON "Cindy's favorites include swimming, dancing, chicken and the color black . . . Most cherished possessions are her parents, sister and memories . . . peeved by snoby people . , . favorite teacher is Mr. Robinson . . . eaves all her fun at G. H. S. to her sister Susie . . . hope: to have everything she wants by '79 "G" Club l Pep Club 3 Journalism 4 RICHARD BARTHEL Working on cars and spending money are "Dunce's" hobbies . . . likes Mr. Christensen and the color blue . . . smart aleck hot- rodders like Swift peeve him . . . wills all his brains to Gil Godfrey . . . wants to be a success in '79, Track Manager 2 Intramural 3, 4 Jargon Staff 3 Senior Play SHARON LEIGH BENDER "Sherry" likes Mr. Swan- ton, French fries, the color blue, and sewing . . . is often heard saying "Now don't forget" . . . cherishes memories . . . hopes to be a successful nurse by '79. Ottawa Hills-Grand Rapids l JV Cheerleader 3 Nurses' Aide 4 Co-op 3 A Capella Choir 2, 4 Pep Club 3 Modern Language Club 3 Prom Server 2 "G" Club 2, 3, 4 Modern Dance 2, 4 SANDRA JEAN BENNETT "Sandy" is peeved by peo- ple who swear . . . cherishes her parents . . . hobby is reading . . . favorites include chicken, and the color blue . . . wills her undone home- work to her brother . . . fav- orite expression is "Stupid" . . . ambition for '79 is to be alive. F. H. A. l, 3 E. N. A. 4 Pep Club 3 Girl's League l, 2, 3, 4 Journalism ALBERT A. BERGQUIST "Albie" is peeved by girls who think they are better than they actually are . . . cherishes his country . . . en joys working on his '49 . . . favorites include Mr. Robine son, steak lrare pleasel, black . . . leaves his ability to goof-off to Al Baker . . . often says "Well, if you say so, I guess it's all right" . . . hopes to be a successful vo- cational education counselor by '79. Golf 'l, 2 Basketball l, 2 All School Play 2, 3, 4 Senior Play P. A. Club 'l Class Actor Class Speaker MARGARET BIGLER " Meg" cherishes memories and friends at G. H.S .... favorites include Mr. Diehl, hamburgers, chocolate malts and the color blue . . . leaves her history book to Herm. R . . . hopes to be a successful secretary by '79, Modern Dance 'l French Club l Pep Club 3 Girls League Sec. 3 "G" Club l, 2, pts. ch. 3, pres. 4 Honor Guard 3 Student Council 4 Hi Life Staff JANE BLANDING "Janie" cherishes her par' ents . . . likes Mr. Verduin, chicken and blue . . . says "Grant, shut up!" . . . hopes to have a PhD in math by '79. "G" Club l, sec. 2, vice Dres. 3 Latin Club l, 2 Modern Language Club 2, sec. 3, 4 Band l, 2 A Cappella Choir 3, 4 Modern Dance l, 2, 4 Betty Crocker Homemaker Award F.T.A. l, 2, 3, pts, chr. 4 U.N. Club M.S.U. Music Proaram l, 2 LARRY BLOOD "Lar" is peeved by girls who won't talk . . . cherishes his dad's car . . . all sports, Mr. Christensen, chop suey, and blue are favorites . . . wills kicking position to Walt Jaehnig . . . says "Do you think so?" . . . hopes to be present in '79 Big Rapids 'l, 2, 3 Football 4 Intramural Basketball 4 Baseball 4 Varsity Club 4 DIANE ELAINE BLUMBURG Diane likes light blue, Mr. Christensen and fried chick- en . . . passes time collecting stamps and salt and pepper shakers . . . she cherishes her cat, Mitizi . . . girls who smoke peeve her . . . wills fun times at G.H.S. to next year's students and by '79 hopes to be a teacher and mother of four. Latin Club 'l, 2 F. T. A. l, 2, 3, vice-pres. 4 Band 'l, 2 Modern Language Club 4 United Nations Club 4 Senior Play Most Dignified MIKE BRADEN Girls who get mad easily and who flirt a lot peeve "Mikie" . . . most cherished possession is Carol Christen- sen . . . enjoys skating, fishing, and hunting . . . likes Mr. Robinson, French fries, pizza and the color blue . .. leaves his term paper and all sessions to Carol C. . . is often heard saying "You cotton picker, expickle pick- er" . . . hopes to have a full time job by '79 Football I, 2 Baseball I, 2 Co-op 3, 4 BEVERLY ANN BURGESS "Bev" cherishes her par- ents and friends , . . her brother Bob peeves her . . . often heard saying "O'Kay!" . . . likes blue . . . hopes to be alive and happy by '79 Class Vice-President 2 JV cheerleader 3 "G" Club I, 2 Homecoming Court I, Queen 4 Honor Guard 3 Pep Club 3 Safety Council 2, 3 sec'y, 4 Student Council sec'y 4 Modern Dance 2 Senior play Student Director 4 A Capella Choir I, 2 Drill Team I Future Nurses' Club I Modern Language Club 3 DELOS R. BYRNE "Lassie" likes Mr. Swanton, sea food, and the color red . . . cherishes his folk's car . . . is often heard saying, "And God created Woman" A Cappella Choir 'I, v. pres. 2, pres. 3, 4 Music Award I Football I Baseball 'I Intramural 2, 3, 4 Class Vice Pres. 4 Homcoming Court 4 GILBERT CHRISTOPHERSEN Cars tltaf don't start peeve "Qhry" . .ji Vcherbhes-his '49 Ford ' favorites include . ' f ' ' " ' fixing rs, fzbntirtg, ham! H Ipurgersfthe color red audi Mr. Huber . teaves his U. VSNHistory , bey:L 'V who' wants it . .4 is often hcyafdfsbying nf'lll'I'l5e" fi. I L' hqpesftq, have' a good job .by '79. , M K ' F. F. A. 1,2,3C4 Cdxff 'Y' -Q. 4-nav' ' sm vine? 7 Q N Y ' g ' :AN I 1. 'EE- ,ll I C .. I Ai g xl . I I Q C' ' . g N ., ,, ,, x .U . . We I 3 ' V ,M U f. 1 fl EDITH ILENE CLAYTON "Edi" is peeved by con- ceited people . . . cherishes Garald and her memories , . . favorites include Mr. Kidd, playing the piano, French fries, and the color blue . . . leaves her good times in senior year to all juniors . . . is often heard saying "Oh, it can't be" , . , hopes to be a music teacher and happily married by '79 Band I, 2, 3 Bible Club treas. I, sec. 2, 3 PATRICIA COPELAND "Pat" is peeved by stu- dents who smoke . . . most cherished possession is her class ring . . . her hobby is reading . . . favorites include Mr. Morford, chocolate cake, and the color blue . . . wills her history book to Otis B . . . is often heard saying "Cotton pick it" . . . hopes to be happily married by '79. library Club 2, 3 Bible Club I, 2, 3, 4 GirI's League I, 2, 3, 4 KAY COSTON Sewing is "Kasey's" hobby . . . cherishes memories . . . likes Mr. Swanton, the color blue, French fried chicken and French fries . . . wills a bottle of Lestoil to Vicki Soule . . . people who don't prac- tice what they preach peeve her . . . wants to be success- ful by '79 . . . often says, ".ludy, don't forget to call me." "G" Club I, 2, 3, 4 French Club 'I Modern Language Club sec. 2 F.T.A. 3, 4 Pep Club Treasurer 3 Drill Team I SHARON DeVRIES Conceited people peeve "Sherry" . . . cherishes her memories and parents . . wills her American Observer to Herm . . . favorites are Mr. Christensen, shrimp and the color green . . . her hobby is sewing . . . is often heard saying "Really" . . . hopes to be happily married and a successful secretary by '79. Latin Club I Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4 ERIK ERIKSEN "Yukon" is peeved by people who heckles the Danes . . . favors Mr. Robinson, fried chicken, and the color brown . . . cherishes his folks . . . .likes to ploy tennis . . . wills football shoes to Eddy . . . often says "So?" . . . ambition for '79 is to be successful Football l, 2, 3, 4 Tennis 2, 3, 4 Basketball 'l, 2, 3 intramural 4 Baseball l P. A. Club l Varsity Club 3, 4 Alderman 2, 3, 4 Jr. Bowling League 4 Class Couple RON FERGUSON Mr. Swanton is tops in teaching for "Fergie" . . likes hunting, shrimp, the ex- pression "Tank" and cher- ishes his '57 Ford . . . Ron likes the color blue and dis- likes girls who smoke . . . leaves all of his good times on Podunk Road to Herm Hummelt and hopes to have a full time job by '79, Student Council 4 Jargon Staff 4 Intramurals 3 A Cappella Choir l, 2 Football 2 Alderman 4 DEYO FESSE DEN 1fD'S" pEll?lA,5? L Mis sister "B ' , , ,L mmf Cl' i el? ' 1 .vlfhis n Qiaasw' ...H ,A . . . g inc u rre c c e ' t e ry 'high fisgsgfkffwfiyis cpm blapmd M .Miehl . . . "Get if iQofte,p?'h, C from ssi l e ave! hi 'gory b Q er . . Joes to b s l rmer with a 1 . F. . J l, 2, 3, 4 A Aaella Choir l, 2, - Choral Union 3 Alderman 4 tl SA i FESSENDE S 's et :5 e ' ,- bf j 'Q I at xl 1 v ' lei hi use is c . .. s ho A- -55 ,1 ' ting... - -Q -A -E' r is u an li 5 shi 1 .. Mr. b his f v e her wills Mit -ll bitio o any- ne : c L it . . c 'she his 3 ord d- . . a itio f is to a house, a ar nd a dding ring . F. A. 'l, 2, 3, sec. 4 P. A. Club l, 2, 3 f lx ni, Y, XX 'L E ,D 3 Q tg ' is R, .4 4 ' . x A K 4 is 'lzifkf .-I Q "" 1: 3 ' f iii?-ge3!,sql s 5 P f -fi-sff?'i?f v- ' S Q fs 1 4 L K , '3' 67 w g ,- - I Tl -wb . M-f X Y -aff SIR ' .,,'. I I' " iii' gs. s . assi . I . xv, V 'Wm 1 c T 10 NEIL J. FlNCH "Henry" likes hunting . . . wills hislhistory book to Jim Bauman . . . favorite food is hamburger . . . likes blue . . . most cherished possession is his parents' car . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Huber . . I. often heard saying "What?" . . . ambition for '79 is to be a millionaire F. F. A. l, 2, 3,4 MARCIA ANN FLESER People who think they are better than anyone else peeve "Pudgy" . . . cher- ishes her family . . . hobby is singing . . . favorite ex- pression is "Like wow" other favorites are Mr. Oliver, Mr. Gilletf, club steak, and yel- low . . . leaves happy memo- ries to sister Pauline . . . ambition for '79 is to be teaching music and happily married. Choral Union l A Cappella Choir 2, Librarian 3, 4 F.T.A. 2, historian 3, 4 Girls' League Board 3, pres. 4 Student Council 4 "G" Club 3 Pep Club 3 SHERILL JEAN FORDYCE "Chunk" is peeved by the bongo players, Lee and Rog . . . cherishes family and friends . . . often heard saying "Not really" . . . likes anything chocolate and the color blue . . . hobbies are bridge and records . . . wills fun at G.H.S. to Barb . . . hopes to have found "a place in the sun" by '79 U. N. Club 4 Class President l, sec. 2 Hi Life Staff Latin Club l, 2 Honor Student Senior Play Student Director 4 BEVERLY LYNN GILKEY People who throw snow balls when a person is help- less peeves "Bev" . . . cher- ishes her red and white kew- pie doll . . . likes pizza and the color blue . . . wills all her sufferings to anyone who wants them, bufferin didn't help . . . hopes to be a thousand miles from here by '79 Crofton I Wayne Memorial 2, 3 Choral Union 4 X ji-X H. GO IN o m driver eev f ' ' Q. oy . . . orit teac r if -, ML". is obins . . 'S b S. His V b to ' . I J, rats! f rite Wes E ion ' "Stu ' . . . vorit 4J A' 14" d 's ick . . es b -V. r s . .9 he yy ' , , B ,'!' , 'E . his 6 iac . . . pes o '- K o ne Qu. v - hom X 17 5 F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4 treas. Baseball l, 2 Jargon Staff 4 lntramural l, 2 JAMES S. GRANT "Jim" is peeved by .lane Blanding and Bev Burgess . . . cherishes his cats and dog . . . collects stamps and likes to swim . . . Mr. Robinson, hot dogs, beans, and blue and green, are other favorites. . . wills tuba to any flute play' er . . . says "Keep smiling" . . . will be an officer in the U. S. Navy in '79, Modern Language Club 2 Projector Club 3 Band 'l, 2, 3, 4 U. N. Club 4 Golf 4 .Senior Play 4 All-School Play 4 LOIS GREEN "Cookie" cherishes Milt and favors Mr. Christensen, hamburgs, chicken, and the color brown . . . hobby is water-skiing . . . is most frequently heard saying "Doe Ditty" . . . steady guys that go out on their girls peeve Lois . . . wills her good times to her sister . . . ambition for '79 is to be happily married. "G" Club l, 2 Pep Club 3 Journalism 4 Modern Language 2 Nurses Club 4 KENT GUINNUP "Idiot" is peeved by girls who smoke . . . likes the car he Cloesn't have yet, hunting, Mr. Diehl, pizza, and blue . . . often is heard saying "l'll bite" . . . hopes to be making 510,000 a year in '79, Basketball 'l, 2, 3, 4, Tennis l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 3, Varsity Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Modern Language 2 Proiector Club 'l Jargon Staff 4 Best Looking Boy .. 1' V R 4 1 4 r- Q s.X . ' x mu., A L . va..- Nv- -iss' Q ,ff A T 63 6 , .5 H. A4 fe- Si"!7'f ff 'li ,- 1 N if r I 1 QT my ,pv 471 .ti 5.- Xi.. SUE KATHERINE HADDIX "Suzie Q" is peeved by missed deadlines . . . likes cheerleading . . , cherishes memories . . . hopes to suc- ceed by '79 Hi Life Editor D. A. R. Award Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4 Student Council 4 M. S. U. Journalism Course 3 All-School Play 4,Senior Play Honor Guard 3 Most Athletic I Most Likely to Succeed Best Personality All-Around Latin Club 'l, sec. 2 Winter Carnival Court 3 BEATRICE KAY HAGADUS "Bea" is peeved by snob- bish people . . . most cher- ished possessions include her Bible, parents, and class ring . . . reading is her hobby , . . favorites are chicken, pie alamode, and the color pink, the expression "Hey kiddo" and all the teachers at G.H. S .... to her sister Mary Lou she wills all her study hours . . . hopes to be an R.N. by '79. Latin Club 2, 3 Bible Club 2, 3, treas. 4 Future Nurses' Club 4 SHARON JANE HANEY People that talk behind your back peeve "Cheri" . . . her most cherished pos- session is Bud and his letters . . . she enjoys writing to Bud, sewing and skiing . . . favorites include Mr. Mor- ford, French fries, chicken and blue . . . she wills her good times to her brother Mike . . . is often heard say! ing "but lady" she hopes to be happily married by '79 "G" Club l, 2, 3 Pep Club 3 F.H.A. 2 Co-op 4 JANICE DALE HANKIS "Jan" or "Shorty" is peeved by people who don'l speak when spoken to . , . cherishes Don's ring . . . her hobby is dancing and paint- ing . . . favorites include Mr. Robinson, pizza, the color and the expression "You lie," or "You better believe it" . . . wills her history and lit' erature books to her sister Pat . . . hopes to be happily married by '79, Library Club 3, pres. 4 Student Council 4 Choral Union l, 2 Office Moniter 2, 3, 4 GARY HANSEN Apple polisherspeeve "Stud" . . . most cherished possession is his '52 "Merc" . . . his hobbies are hunting, fishing and skidding around corners . . . favorite teachers are Mr. Swanton and Miss Vandenberg . . . likes blue and plans to remain single by '79. Homecoming King 4 Class President 4 Student Council 4 Safety Council 4 Intramural 2, 4 Alderman 4 Best Personality THOMAS E. HARDING "Toothless" enjoys himself while playing poker . . . Mrs. Stephens is great as far as Tom is concerned . . . most cherished possession is his pride . . . Toasted Earth- worms are the nicest . . . Red is his favorite color . . . "Toothless" leaves o story book to Mr. Roosa and hopes to have a hamburger stand on the moon by '79, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 Proiector Club I P. A. Club l WALLACE HARRIS Hunting, fishing and most outdoor sports are enjoyed by "Harry" his favorite teachers are all of them is most often heard saying "I don't know how, man!" likes blue, pie alamode and leaves his good times in G. H. S. to those who fall heir is peeved with people who say embarrassing things F. F. A. l, 2, 3, sec. 4 Boys' State Historian and 4 1 Staff 4 5' fb ' QQ- , Qkfr if all ' 5 I ' ie- J J 5 1 I .nv PF . . v 'wi .ii I 3 . 71 . I X PATRICIA M. HODGKINS "T r i s h" cherishes Bob's class ring changeable people peeve her . . . favor- ites include Mr. Christensen, chicken and powder blue . . . her hobbies are writing letters and cooking . . . favorite expression is "I say" . . . hopes to be happily married by '79 F. H. A. Future Nurses' Club MARCIA .I. HORRIGAN "Mush" favors Mr. Robin- son, pizza and the color blue . . . is peeved by Mr. Robin- son's true-false tests . . . cherishes her parents . . . likes to draw . . . wills safety pins for her wrap around skirts to her sister, Carole . . . says "Wait a minute, Jodie!" . . . hopes to be a commercial artist by '79. Choral Union I, init. ch. 2, 3 Class Treasurer I Police Board 3 Queen's Court 4 "G" Club 'I Always Late Class Artist GLORIA HOWELL "Hood" is often heard saying "What'd ya soy?" . .. dislikes gossipers . . . leaves her dancing ability to "Stub" Thorington . . . her favorite foods are French fries and hom . . . likes green and her favorite teacher is Mr. Chris- tensen . . . her most cherished possession is Gary and by '79 she hopes to be successful and happily married Class secretary 4 Choral Union l, Ass't lib. 2, v. pres. 3 Homecoming Court 2 Queen .Ir. - Sr. Prom 4 Best Looking Girl WILSRON HOY I omew kiitves 'Butch" '. his fiqhes i ude Mr. orfordff ick , the color red dncluth xpression "Oh, c2pe " most cherish- po sion is the car keys . . .whis hobby is electronics . Aflto M. he ves his U. istory ambi- M forl' to suc- c sful'l1 tculturali P. A. clu 1, 2, 3,4 H Proiector 'l, 2, 3 Ag! F. F.A. 3, 4 PATRICIA ANN HUBBARD "Pat" cherishes her class ring . . . is peeved by people who don't do their own work on tests . . . hobby is working at the hospital . . . likes Mr. Swanton, ham and baby blue . , . wills her marks to her brother . . . ambition for '79 is to be a successful R. N. Latin Club l, 2 "G"' Club l, 2, 3, 4 Future Nurses' Club l, pts. chr. 2, sec. 3, pres. 4 Nurses Aide 3, 4 Co-op 4 ARTHA ARLENE HUCKLEBERRY "How about that" is heard from "Artie" . . . smart clicks peeve her . . . her class ring is her most cherished possession . . . reading, swim- ming, dancing and going to movies are her hobbies . . . favorites include p o t a t o salad, hamburgers, the color blue and all teachers at G.H. S .... to Larry she leaves Mr. Robinson and Mr. Roosa's test . . . to be through high school and happily setlled in her own home is ambition for '79, Girls League 'l, 2, 3, 4 ALICE HUMPHREY Girls who smoke are "Peep's" pet peeve her most cherished possession is her class ring .. . French fries are her favorite food . . . likes Coach Finch and the color red hobbies are writing poems and reading . . . by '79 she hopes to be a registered nurse Bible Club 2, sec. 3, 4 Latin Club. 2, 3 Nurses' Club 4 JOSEPH KENNETH HURD "Joe" cherishes .loan'slping . . . girls that smoke peeve him . . . enjoys reading, sleeping, and eating . . . favorites are Mr. Morforpiq steak, and blue and grey . . . wills his good luck not to be known by teachers to any new seniors . . . can be heard saying '4Holy Cow" . . . hopes to be alive, healthy, and wealthy in '79 5 St. Joseph 'l, 2, 3 Basketball 4 -C -1r"""' YQ N N..- X., ,V iii X Q i Ijsazx g g .MQ . 5,5 H Y .guar- MlCl'lAEL E. HURST "Mike's" favorites include the color blue, most desserts, and most all teachers . . . he is peeved by persons who call him "Santo" or "Hector" . . . most cherished possession is his mother and he sometimes is heard saying "Wow!" Latin Club 2, treas, 3 Latin Award 3 Proiector Club 1 Review Board ch. 4 Senior Play Hi Life Staff Most Dignified JAMES IRISH ".l.D." is sometimes heard saying "Let's bug cat" . . . His favorites include: Mr. Roosa, hot dogs and the color blue . . . Jim's pet peeve is getting blamed for something he didn't do . , . most cherished possession is Carolyn's ring . . . enjoys hobbies hunting and fishing . . . wills his school to Dick Waldorf and hopes to be single in '79, Proiector Club l, 2, pres. 3, 4 P.A. Club 2, 3 Student Council 4 Intramural 4 Bowling 4 JEAN ELIZABETH JAMES "Jemie" likes Mr. Robinson, French fries and cake, brown and swimming and Slwfiflg . . . conceited people peeve her . . . ls often heard say- ing "Tell me more!" . . - cherishes her parents and memories . . . leaves her 7th hour to Gail L .... hopes to have taken a trip around the world by '79 Library Club 'l, 2, 4 "G" Club l, 2, 3, 4 Assistant Student Director 4 MARY JENSEN ' ' ' 1 People that talk too much - L L peeve Mary . . . cherishes her z, at parents . . . likes listening to x records , . . favors Mr. Rob- A' 6 inson, pizza, and the color 6 jg l V blue . . . says "Oh, my -s A f word!" , . . hopes to be hap- is pily married and a successful ,x t beautician by '79. "G" Club 1, 2 N Latin Club l, 2 F.T.A. 3, 4 F.N.A. 3 Band l, 2, 3 All School Play 4 ROGER D. JONES "Mort" cherishes Lydia . . . wills ability to get stuck to Jan Hansen . , . will be an officer in State Police in '79. Football I,2,3, most tackles 4 A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4 Boys' State Student Council 4 Hi Lite Staff Varsity Club 2, 3, vice pres. 4 Track 'l, 2, Tennis 3, 4 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 4 Review Board 3, 4 Modern Dance 3 EDWARD L. JORGENSEN "Some people" peeve Ed. . . Ed likes the color blue, pizza, Mr. Robinson and hunting . . . "Stump" can be heard frequently while listen- ing to Ed . . . most cherished possession is his mother's car . . . to be left behind for Gene Mount is Ed's office of president of Jets Club . . . plans to be a successful en- gineer by "79" Proiector Club I, 2, vice pres. 3 fx, 2' t' S' v 11' fi 'fiGf7?s.x ' wi. -in if tv - -. N ,V,,. it . 49 c., if, . -. uni.-in e Q26 dffwhis -. 1,15 ' ' .v . 'iz-1 .1 ww .-s in -4 J. " ,1 5 '1"3's'4 WJ-' tiff 'yn i n : gb I 'gif' ' f 215552, si Nu- ' 'Q- ls' l ii A Q is I 5 W .P .si-.itigvyxf . 1,73 fi Mi: i Ag Agtili , gf, 5' X' if 4 Sgr 3' i , Q. 1 tw L me -11 if .... J. 'JH :Q .Ula A V' hnhIl!"' if-I 4?-W '34 'Y 'nan-197 if I. f VINCE KELLOGG "Butch" likes Mr. Morford, hunting, baseball, swiss steak, and baby blue . . . cherishes football shoes . . . leaves practice to the juniors . . . hopes to be successful and wealthy in '79 Football I, 2, 4 Baseball 'l, 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 'l, 2, 3, 4 Homecoming Court 3 Jargon Staff 4 Varsity Club 2, 3, st. c. rep. 4 Student Council 4 Junior League Bowling pres. 4 Alderman 2, 3, 4 Proiector Club I Best Dancer THOMAS LEE KENT Girls peeve "Kent" . . most cherished possession is his aqua-lung . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Christensen . . . likes girls, shrimp, and the color blue . . . wills his abil- ity to forge passes to Bob Sampson . . . is heard saying "Get off my back" . . . am- bition for '79 is to be polish- ing off his seventh million yi V4 Intramurals I, 2, 3 Z' IA' Club ii 4 N' E , Cf, K' Football 4 once our Mas' sr, . It V . CI b A Jets Club 4 presideht? i I7 Lax I- ' 33 Soriny Pl U 4 7 Nw Q, w X X emor .ay gd. Euosgsis JURY JR 'X J Class W" . :Shriihbl and 1 Frxeitch fries 'f i , are d'Gene's", fclforitels 5 I ' - ss' V I D- 7 , L he 'is peered by stew k-Up L 5 il JIAII ch a icu exol' pgoplq . mfs, ldqqeriskuegt O X A onnie . . . a . Hub , plossefssion iiglvisgfllarentshx. . I A X 7 Q 1 Q 9 P 1 'Ce If elites blue,S1g,5ing, ghiiiiiing ,I 1 , Y A A H51 the Cfytvll bfi' Cfyisytf' anidlWinfQfsporG ' if favor-fix I g P9599 by ife,i,feQaheQis,g . Hubel' . . 1411 X i- ' 'thee 'Wl"Zi""1 EY We b'9 wilhs hidhsi sc ool years tai-,' ' 6 ' I5 'i - 'PP 'es lo ll ve 2 I K I -Q if 1 -ii SISLEA J- . . often V- g - ,X In b argn hand Ol h CN - Q 171 ii l .f l N, E 'E gi y ' , A saylngg .II due ,ya - r f1::'35,3" ff F 1 vice- less Pres4 arlyx . aka xbition for 79 'i f5Q',g?3,jL'Ui.Z: gg: . X . i i . , . is iftomhave a job and be 15 E fl l 31 4 ,,, mga is ...f--,3-fi'.',gggf,5,5 I va ity Club 4 Fl' I A. -If 2, 3, 4 3 e Intra urals 2, 3, 4 Farm Forum 3 i liumfl K Y BOYS Stale Parliamentary Procedure 4 Senior Play 4 ALICE MERLYN KEILHOLTZ Two-faced people peeve "Ki" her favorites are d a n c i n g, Mr. Robinson, shrimp, and the color blue .. . cherishes her jewelry wills homework to anyone who wants it is often heard saying "You'd better believe it!" . .. hopes to be a tango instructor at Arthur Murray's Dance Studio by '79 Lakeview I, 2 "G" Club LINDA LAIDLAW Linda is peeved by people who drive in the middle of the road . . . cherishes her class ring . . . hobby is trav- eling . . . likes Mr. Morford and the color blue . . . wills all good times to Susie Bar- ron . . . often heard saying "Well for Pete salces" . . . ambition for '79 is to live in California. Pep Club 3 Modern Language Club 2 "G" Club 'I ANITA LARSEN Girls who smoke peeve "Nita" . . . cherishes her friends and parents . . . favorites include eating, Mr. Christensen, shrimp, pizza and blue . . . wills Mr. Rob- inson's cold room. to any lucky junior . . . Anita hopes to be successful by '79. "G" Club I, 2, 3, 4 All School Play 4 Senior Play Choral Union 2 A Cappella Choir 3, council 4 M.U.N.A. Delegate U.N. Club v. pres. 4 Girls' League Board I, 3 Hi Life Staff KAY LEACH "Kay" likes blue, sewing, and skating . . . girls who smoke peeve her . . . cher- ishes her friends and parents . . . favorites are Mr. Robin- son and fried chicken . . . wills her U.S. History book to any lucky junior . . . she is often heard saying "Guess what" . . . Kay hopes to be a secretary by '79. "G" Club I, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 3 J.V. Cheerleader 3 Girls League Board 3 JOHN R. LINCOLN "Those who clon't respect the beliefs of others" peeve "Abe" . . . hobby is photo- graphy, and cherishes his op- timism . . . says "Huh!" . . . favors Mr. Morford . . . will be in the ministry in '79. P. A. Club I, Sec. 2, 3 Modern Language Club 2, 3 Bible Club 3 Projector Club I, 2 All School Play 4 Senior Play MARY JANE LINCOLN "Janie" is peeved by con- ceited people . . . cherishes Denny, her family, and memories . . . her hobby is talking and telling jokes to the girls . . . among her fav- hamburger deluxes and the orites are Mr. Christensen, color blue . . . hopes to be happily married by '79. "G" Club 'I, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 3 Latin Club 'I Future Nurse's Club 'l, 2 Choral Union I, 2 'N x I an I gf-3 i I 5. 10' ffm if , h .1- ,if i if 5r fs S DELBERT LINEBAUGH "Yo-Yo" is peeved by girls who smoke . . , cherishes Karen . . . hobby is racing . . . favors Mr. Christensen, potatoes and gravy, and the color blue . . . wills his good looks to Jack Weber . . . of- ten says "W e s l e y , l'm scared!" P.A. Club I, 2, 3 Student Council 3 Projector Club I, 2 DIXIE LODHOLTZ People who get mad easily peeve "Dix" . . . most cher- ished possession is Jack Burg- gren . . . favorites are writing letters to Jack, swimming, and talking to Pat M. . . likes Mr. Morford, pizza and the color blue , . . often heard saying "Oh my word" . . . leaves her arguments with Louie F. to anyone who wants them. . . ambition is to be happily married in '79, Odessa Texas I, 2 Journalism 4 CAROL LOHR Carol is peeved by her brother . . . cherishes her parents and memories . . , hobby is playing the piano . . . favorites include Mr. Robinson, French fried shrimp, and the color pink . . . leaves happy times to Bill and hopes to be a R.N. and happily maried by '79. Choral Union I, 2 A Cappella Choir 3 Future Nurse's Club 2 Latin Club 'I Modern Language Club 2 Nurse's Aide 4 WILLIAM J. LUKER "Wild Luke" is peeved by baseball "boys" . . . cher- ishes his horn . . . favorites include Mr. Diehl, pizza, red and white . . . hobby is win- ning at poker . . . leaves all his girls, except one, to -lim Wood . . . is often heard say- ing "Who ain't in, Clarence" . . . hopes to be a successful architect by '79, Band I, 2, 3, treas. 4 Track I, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 'l, 2, 3, 4 All School Play 3, 4 Jets Club Sec., treas., 4 M. S. U. Music Award 3 Intramural Basketball 4 N-1 1 R X - f at is X X1 X VELDA K. BLAIR THELMA GROSVENOR STUART NIELSEN CHESTER FINCH of Communication. . . . . . . . . . Yes? Classroom work xr--- lr E, . I r GEORGIA MAE WALKER Practicing grammar and composiiion 9 JO ANN LYNDRUP "Jodie" is peeved by peo- ple who are late . . . cherish- es her parents . . . likes to swim and listen to Johnny Mathis . . . Mr. Gillett, pizza, and the color brown are her favorites . . . wills senior fun to Vicki Soule . . . always says "Hurry up, Marcial" . . . hopes to be a teacher and happily married by '79. "G" Club I, 2, 3, 4 Modern Language 2 Choral Union I, 2, sec. 3 st. c. rep. 4 Pep Club sec. 3 Student Council 4 F. T. A. 2, 4 Forensics 4 BARBARA JEAN McALLlSTER "Cookie" cherishes her parents, and her favorites in- clude Mr. Robinson, ham- burgers and potato salad, and the color blue . . . her pet peeve is snobbish people . , . hobby is the movies and reading . . .often says "Gee whiz" . . . leaves her history book to anyone who wants it . . . hopes to be happily married by '79, Library Club pts. ch, 3 BILL MCDONALD "Willie" is peeved by lazy people . . . his most cherished possession is his liking for sports and he likes Mr. Chris- tensen, aqua blue, and pea- nut butter and iam sand- wiches . . . skiing is his hobby and sometimes says "You're hired" . . . by '79 he hopes to own a ski resort A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4 Intramural I, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 4 Football 'l, 2 JAMES McMEEKEN Betty is Jim's most cher- ished possession . , . likes hunting and fishing . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Swan- ton . . . other favorites are blue and white, steak, French fries and pizza . . . "Hi ya kiddies" can often be heard from Jim . . . ambition for '79 is to be twenty years older and still be alive. Baseball 2 Intramural 3, 4 Latin Club 'I Proiector Club 2 .4 Y: ' , ' ht Q., A ?w'! "f jr? 005 wie ..- """-v-7 ,ia eil? Nag, 5 . 'Lsf if Tv' PATRICIA A. McPHEE "Pat" is peeved by,moody people and boys who like to argue . . . wills all her ar- guments with Louie F. lo any- one who wants them . . . says "Kinda exciting, isn't it?" . . . hopes to be happily married and a successful nurse by '79, "G" Club I Latin Club I F.N.C. I Modern Language Club 2 Choral Union I, 2 Journalism Staff 4 SUE ELLEN MASON Nosy people peeve Sue. . . cherishes her fa m ily and friends. . . hobby is talking. . . favorites are Mr. Robinson, pizza, and the color brown.. .wills her high school days to Kay White . . . Sue's am- bition for '79 is to be hap- pily married Choral Union l, sec. 2 Girls League v. pres. 3 Pep Club 3 Homecoming Court 3 Winter Carnival Queen 3 Honor Guard 3 Girls' State Hi Life Staff VICKI MERCER Tennis is "Vic's" hobby . . . people who think they know it all peeve her . . . Mr. Christensen, blue, fried chicken and French fries top her list of favorites . . . most cherished possession is Erik . . . she leaves G.H.S. to Jebby Browne and hopes to be happy by '79 . . . "Oh Gods" can often be heard from her. "G" Club 'l, 2 Modern Language Club v. pres. 2 Cheerleading 3, 4 Hi Life Staff A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4 Police Board 4 Class Couple DUANE L. MILLER Mr. Swanton is "Miller's" favorite teacher . . . also likes hunting, fishing baseball and the color light blue . . . he plans to be a great suc- cess by 7979 "Birds" is his favorite expression and steak, potatoes, chips and pop are his favorite foods . . . dislikes girls who smoke Football manager 'l, 2, 3 Basketball manager I, 2 Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 ANA LOUISE MITCHELL Ana's pet peeve is people who gossip and her most cherished possessions include her diamond and .lack collecting figurines is her hobby and she likes pizza, Mr. Morford, and the color red . .. wills her good times J to Ann Palmer and hopes to tg X Q be happily married and have three children plus being a Practical Nurse in '79 Latin Club I Latin Award I Spanish Club 2, 3 Girls League I, 2, 3, 4 HARTMUT MITSCHKE "Hart" is peeved by Michigan winters . , . cher- ishes his seal ring . . . favor- ites include playing the piano, Mr. Robinson, Erbsen- suppe, and the color blue . . . leaves his bad memory to all juniors . . . is most often heard saying "crazy H ' I 1-Q0 I iverruecktl . . . ambition for i' '79 is to be H. Mitschke M.D. Cuxhaven, Germany I, 2, 3 U. N. Club pres. 4 Boy's Glee Club v. pres. 4 ED MULICK "Gulch" c h e r is h e s his friends and parents . . . likes Coach Diehl, French fries, shrimp and brown . . . wills fl' No. 24 to Al Baker . . . hopes 'XR R to have three basketball players and a cheerleader by '79. Football I, 2, 3, co-cap't 4 Basketball I, 2, 3, co-ca a't 4 - Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 Student Council mayor 4 Police Court 4 Class vice-pres. 3 Boys' State Most Athletic Boy All-Around Boy Hi Life Staff A Cappella Choir I, 2, vice-pres. 4 Varsity Club I, 2, 3, 4 ' Safety Commission I, 2, vice-pres. 4 DENNIS E. MUSTON "Wee one" is peeved by people who think they are 7 better than others . . . en- 'ix joys hunting . . . favors Mr. Christensen, shrimp, the color black . . . cherishes his '53 Chev . . . sometimes heard Y' saying "Blast it" . . . leaves all his charm to Huey, and i hopes to be through with his education by '79, St. Johns I, 2, 3 Band 4 Bible Club 4 ROSALIE M. MUSSATTO "Rosie" is peeved by peo- ple you can't trust . . . cher- ishes her memories at G. H. S .... likes Mr. Morford, swimming, steak and the color red . . . leaves all her good times in school to next year's freshmen . . . most often heard saying "Man what a hero' '... by '79 she will be a successful psy' chologist. "G" Club I, 2 Latin Club I, 2 F. T. A. 3, 4 F. N. A. 3 Modern Language 3 Girl's Drill Team Band I, 2, 3 FRANK G. NELSON "Franko" is peeved by people who think they G'e big wheels . . . cherishes his great ability . . . likes being with Faye, favors Mr. Martin, hamburgers, French fries, and red . . . wills all his ups and downs to Wayne . . . often heard saying "l'll bite" . . . in '79 hopes to have a good job, a family and plenty of money. Band I, 2, 3, pres. 4 Intramural 4 Baseball 4 RICHARD NELSON "Rocky" is peeved by girls who swear and smoke . . . most cherished possession is Ceyneth's ring and his hobe by is sports . . . likes Mr, Morford, hamburgers, and red . . . leaves his bookkeep- ing troubles to his sister . . . is often heard saying "Like what' '... hopes to be mar- ried and if lucky, successful by '79. Baseball 3, 4 P. A. Club I Proiector Club I NANCE NOFZINGER Gary Nye peeves "Nan", . . Mr. Finch, pizza, and powder blue are in her favor . . . likes riding horses , . . cherishes her memories . . . wills homework to Sally . . . is often heard saying "Hustle, Mercer" . . . wants to own a horse ranch by '79 A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club I, 2 Modern Language 3 Future Teachers I, 2, 3 Pep Club 3 Nurses Aide 4 United Nations Club 4 GEORGE NORTHEDGE "Georgie" wills his U.S. History book to anyone who wants it . . . his hobby is go- ing to Grand Rapids . . . his most cherished possession is his car . . . ambition for '79 is to be around. F.F.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4 Football l GARY K. NYE "Jake" thinks steak and French fries are the most . . . ls often heard saying "what a boob" . . . digs physics Mr. Robinson and blue . . . Football l, 2, 3, M. V. P. 4 Basketball l, 2 Tennis 2, 3, 4 Baseball l Intramural 3, 4 Band l, 2, 3, St. C. Rep. 4 Bowling secy.-tres. 4 Latin Club l, 2 Varsity Club 2, 3, tres. 4 Student Council, 4 Hi Life Staff, 4 Class Musician ROGER C. OLSEN "Ole" is peeved by peo- ple who make fun of the Danes . . . cherishes his big feet , . . wants to be a min- ister by '79, Latin Club l, st. c. rep. 2 Football 'l, 2, 3, 4 Track l, 2, 3, 4 Police Board 2 Student Council 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 2, 3, pres. 4 Boys' State A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 4 Junior League Bowling v. pres. 4 Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Junior Class President Senior Play Always Late ROGER OSTRANDER The "Big O" is peeved by girls who smoke . . . fav- ors steak and blue . . . wills 423 to Al Baker . . . hopes to earn 520,000 a year in '79. Class President 2 Football 2 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Tennis 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 'l, 2 Safety Council 2, 3, pres. 4 Student Council l, 2, 4 Varsity Club 3, sec. 4 Band l, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1 Camp Emery 3 Honor Student Hi Life Staff E 4 f X ' FH .ty 5- 45"wl Q1 4 f J ,9- 'try' 1 t' X 1 ..-v JANET KAY PALETHORPE "Jan" says "All rightie" .. is peeved by two faced people . . . blue, dancing, Mr. Robinson, fish and chips are favorites . . . cherishes her class ring . . . wills her favorite bus to sister . . . hopes to have her own photo- graphy studio and to be married by '79 Flint Northern l, 2, 3 JOHN PECK Among "JoHans" favorife's are Hamburgs, French fries, chocolate malts and the color blue . . . serious people peeve John whose favorite expression is "How about that" Boy's State Class Treas. 2, sec. 4 Football 'l, 2 Track l, 2, 3, 4 Band l, 2 Latin Club 'l, 2 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 Proiector Club l, 2 Jets Club 4 Intramural basketball 2,,3, 4 Police Board 4 f f -V ff FIX XJ , ftl , ARLAN A. ERRY ,C -,, if "P y"'chlei'ish?bh s photoi " bl' iJAT!l5lZZJe5yuipme-dj, andfflcesj Iigdrforldg the cola !gold and amburgelrs andffrencly Qi . s ffleri. .Viet eye! is mil:- rophonesy at onttigoryll . . wills th'e JF. . system to futuref rs hopes toy be establ' edgy-la godd b 5. iness and'hagve a famil' by '79 A if ff P. A. Club QM, ffeqs. 3,4 Proiector Cluw, 2, tiebsf 3, pres. 4 ' N ' 1 Student Council ic W W l X F. F.A. 1,2, 3,4J lx Q5 Jets Club 4 7 BARBARA PETERSEN "Pete" cherishes Gene's ring and likes to cook . . . her pet peeve is conceited people and her favorite teacher is Mr. Christensen . . . steak and the color blue are her favor- ites and she is usually heard saying "Oh, honestly" . . . she wills her walks home to Vera Mangus and hopes to be wealthy and happily mar- ried in '79 Journalism 4 f I ROGER PHILLIPS Spending money is"Bos- co's" favorite hobby . . . likes shrimp, pizza and the color blue . . . wills the blonde at R. R. to "Stud" . . . cherishes his class rinq and dislikes going steady . . . for '79 his ambition is to have remained single . . . Mr. Christensen is his favorite teacher Projector Club l Track 2 BETTY RASMUSSEN "Bet" is peeved by people who call her "Ras" . . . cherishes her memories . . . hobby is dancing and roller skating . . . her favorites in- clude Mr. Christensen, chili and French fries and the color blue . . . leaves good times to sister Marian . . . says "That's life" . . . hopes to be a successful private secretary and happily mar- ried by '79. Jargon Staff 4 F. H. A. Reporter 4 MARIANNA RASMUSSEN C o n s fa nt complainers peeve "Mana" . . . likes green olives on pizza, the color mint green and Mr. Diehl . . . leaving all good times at G. H. S. to sister .leanne . . . opes to have a PhD and teaching by '79. A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club l, 2 "G" Club 'I, 2 F. T. A. 3, pres. 4 Drill Team 1 DOROTHY ANN RAYMOR "Dodie" is peeved by Herm . . . most cherished possession is her driver's license . . . passes time playing records for Herm to dance to . . . favorites include Mr. Chris- fensen, hamburgers, French fries, and blue . . . wills nothing for she is taking everything with her . . . says "lt don't show me much" . . . by '79 hopes to be a grad- uate head shrinker. "G" Club 1, 2, 3 Library Club 2 Student Council 2 French Club 1 'ii W ! ings f -I lt . i + mb' lb '41 51 3.,. vw i F. X -x -., g 11 ix. i .s., x A -like w ill 'G'-4 3'5- v Nu-wap' BARBARA ROSS "Snow White" favors Mr. Morford, spaghetti, and pur- ple with pink polka dots . . . cherishes friend's pictures .. is often heard saying "How bout that" . . . leaves beat up school books to little sister . . . hopes to have a happy family and two chil- dren by '79. Grand Rapids Godwin l, 2 Grand Rapids Creston 3, 4 JOAN LEE RUXTON Hunting is "Jo's" hobby .. . she is peeved by teacher's jokes . . . wills what is left of locker 563 to Dot DeYoung. . . cherishes her dirty white bucks . . . favors Mr. Robin- SOH, pizza, and yellow . . . is often saying "Tuff" . , , hopes to be private secretary to the President by '79 "G" Club l, 2 French Club 'I Library Club 2 BETTY SAMPSON "Sammy" favors Mr. Mor- ford, pizza, and mint green . . . girls who try to go out with boys who are going steady peeve her . . . wills bus trouble to Betty Rigdon . . . cherishes Jim . . . says "How 'bout that" . . . enjoys skating . . . by '79 hopes to be married to a certain per- son. F.H.A. l, vice pres. 2, pres. 3 Latin Club 2 Library Club sec.-treas. 3 Student Council 3 ANNABEL SHARPE "Ann's" most cherished possession is her mother . . . is peeved by stuck-up people . . . enjoys writing letters . .. likes pizza and the color red . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Robinson . . . is often heard saying "holy cow" . . . wills her U. S. History book to Carolyn Main . . . by '79 she hopes to be successful "G" Club 3, 4 '-I-,dry ' ' eved by girls .licheris s 'is fdther's truck . J , , toigvRErvl1C42'QkiNk R J' fl! ,S y..len1 shot ds...f - orit W includ I Mr. cH er, .. 'ills ' histdp book to Jerr' ingley ',.. can be he d sayingjI"tZuts" .. . am- for 'W is to drive a semi A F. F.A. I, 2, 3, 4 Football 4 L fflapeibcks, a , the col r red . l MARVIN LEE SKINNER "Butch" is peeved by girls who smoke . . . cherishes his class ring and passes time collecting old coins . . . fav- ors Mr. Christensen, T-Bone steak, French fries, and the color blue . . . wills little used history book to brother Gary . . . is often heard saying "So what?" . . . hopes to be a barber by '79. Football l, 2 F.F.A. I F.A. Club I, 2 Co-op 4 Jargon Staff 3 KAREN LEE SLENTZ "Slentzie's" favorites in- clude Mr. Diehl, steak, French fries, and the color blue . . . wills the car keys to Mickey S . . . says "When do we leave for South Haven, Mick?" . . . cherishes her religion . . . and is peeved by people who call her "Red" . . . by '79 she will be a Disney cartoonist with lots of horses and planes. Band 'I, 2, 3, Sec. 4 Student Council ass. pub. ch. 3, pub. ch. 4 "G" Club I, 2 Latin Club 2, 3 F. T. A. 3, 4 Modern Dance l, 2 Drill Team I Class Musician KENNETH SLOAN "Ken" is peeved by any- one who smokes . . . cherishes his friends . . . likes to water ski . . . favors Mr. Henderson, blue, French fries, and malls . . . wills Mr. Roosa to the Freshmen . . . hopes to be successfull in '79, Football 'I 'ix Q fail-es... -4, 3- 4 5' pi? E N3 I X, W ss 1 for P ' r El. 3. g - Vx ..rwf? , ' if . ! ift',s"y' V0 DAN SMITH "Smitty" is peeved by peo- ple who don't know what they are talking about . . . cherishes his class ring . . . likes to pass the time by eat- ing . . . Mr. Christenseri, French fries, and the color red are among his favorites . . . wills all his "200" bowl- ing games to Gary Scranton . . . is most frequently heard saying "Could be." . . . am- bition for '79 is to have a little money labout a millioni. Intramural 2, 3, 4 .lunior Bowling League 4 RON SNOW Class ring and car head UP the list of Ron's most cherished possessions . . . his favorite hobby is holding beach parties on Lake Michi' Qan . . . Mr. Swanton is his favorite teacher . . . blue is his favorite next to pizza and coke . . . his expression is "Some peopIe's kids" . . . Def peeve is girls who smoke. Boys' State Baseball manager I, 3 Intramural I, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club United Nations Club 4, MUNA delegate Hi Life Staff RUTH SNYDER "What did you say?" is of- ten heard from "Ruthie" . . . snobbish people peeve her . . . cherishes her parents . . . likes to ride horses . . . fav- ors Mr. Christensen, ham- burgs, and the color blue . . . hopes to be a good secretary and happily married by '79. F.H.A. 3 Jargon Staff 4 JACKIE I.. SOMERS It peeves "Moose" when she is trying to act dignified and Nye comes along and says "Hi Moose" . . . likes Mr. Christensen, chili, sloppy foes" and navy blue . . . cherishes memories . . . likes to swim and bowl . . . says "Which way'd he go?" . . . wills nickname to Karen Alysworth . . , hopes to be a successful teacher by '79 "G" Club I, 2, 3, 4 Modern Language Club 'I,2,3 F. T. A. 3, 4 Pep Club 3 Choral Union I, 2 Class Wit MARxll'fllL. S FFENSEUV? ,xnlltjfasl ' ve 1 y peo- ldle o Aifioke r k l Wshe ass 'n . ting ft M 1 V' ,1 ' .V T, .tt M' qm EA ste Tnizuicewilgraeam fe ' , and re . . . wi Iwi Ear HVMqrliein ful ten Zvezard wying "G pes e a sufcessfulllbtgrber by" '79 DAVID R. STOKES "Dave's" peeve is pessi- mists . . . cherishes his friends . . . enjoys hunting, fishing and records . . . likes Mr. Swanton, steak and red . . . leaves good times to Jo . . . says "There ought to be a law" . . . hopes to be happily married and a scientist by '79 F. F. A, l, 2 Proiector Club l, 2 Intramural l, 2 Track 'l, 2 Boy's State M. U. N. A. 3, 4 U. N. Club 4 Jets Club vice pres. 4 Student Council treas. 4 Co-op 4 MARILYN STOCKTON Marilyn is peeved by girls who smoke and drink . . . favors Mr. Finch, pizza, and the color pink . . . her Bible is her most cherished posses- sion . . . is often heard saying "How about that" . . . to her brother Bill she wills her U. S. History book . . . hopes to be happily married by '79 Choral Union l, 2 Latin Club l ELEANOR STRICKER "Ellie" cherishes parent. and friends . . . favorites in clude sewing, cheerleading, brown and Mr. Diehl . . . leaves "Fight-Team-Fight" to next year's cheerleaders . . . hopes to be successful and happy by '79, Latin Club l, 2 Girl's League Board l Modern Dance l, 2 Pep Club 3 Cheerleading 2, 3, 4 A Cappella Choir l, sec. 2, pub. chr. 3, pres. 4 Student Council l, 2, 3, 4 Vice Mayor Winter Carnival Court 2 Hi Life Staff Girls' State ."'tl' l 3- at 3, Q s I 5, 3. .,-wwbll ' X 1 fn' . ' A 3 4 W- ." ' X .4 kr I N5 . asv-H--' .f X 4513.5 6 'UN .xv ' 4 4, .1 n ev-, l "' -l -...W .,-g "if q-psf lf CAROL MAE SUTPHEN Carol likes swimming and cooking . . . is peeved by irresponsible people . . . cherishes time spent with Bob and her parents . . . her favorites include shrimp, pizza, blue, and most of the teachers . . . leaves her his- tory and lit books to brother Tom . . . ambition for '79 is to be happily married and have a family. "G" Club l, 2, 3, 4 Choral Union l, 2 A Cappella 3, 4 All School Play 3 Pep Club 3 Library Club Sec. l, Tres. 2 French Club 'l ROBERT SWIFT "Bob is peeved by girls who peroxide their hair , . . cherishes Bev, and likes work- ing on his cor . . . favors Mr. Christensen, steak, and lav- ender . . . leaves his history book to Gil Godfrey . . . say: "Get out!" . . . will be suc- cessful and happily married in '79 Band l, 2, 3, 4 Intramural 4 Senior Play LORNA RUTH SWINDELL "Herm" is peeved by "Dodie" . . . cherishes her pink elephant . . . her hobby is dancing to Dodie's records and some of her favorites are Mr. Christensen, blue, and hamburgers and French fries . . . she says "Aw-ha- ha," leaves nothing because she wants it all herself, and hopes to have her driver's license by '79, "G" Club l, 2, 3 Modern Language Club 2 Girls' League Board 3 Salutatorian MARILYN SWITZER "Switz" is peeved by peo- ple who spread rumors and students that talk back to teachers . . . most cherished possessions of her friends . . . Marilyn likes Mr. Robinson, pizza, green and horse back riding and water skiing . . . is often heard saying "I wish this was Friday" . . .leaves Vicki Soule a bucket of sand . . . hopes to be happily mar- ried by '79. French Club 'I Modern Language Club 2, 3 Pep Club 3 "G" Club l, 2, 3, 4 F.T.A. 3, treas. 4 SUSAN SYDOW "Sy" favors Mr. Morford, blue, and sunbathing . . . wills her school fun to Allen Baker . . . is annoyed by .lackie's escapades in 6th hour Lit . . . is heard saying "Really?" . . . cherishes number 23 . . . hopes to be a successful private secretary by '79, Senior Play Band 1, 2, 3 Majorette 1, 2, 3 Safety Commission 3, Sec. 4 French Club Modern Dance 2 Pep Club 3 NANCY THORINGTON "Thorney" is often heard saying "My word" . . . she enjoys swimming and gains calories on pizza , . . Her most cherished possessions are parents . . . Her favorite activity is swimming . . . Sometimes becomes peeved at Mickey Baird and by '79 expects to be happily mar- ried and a succesful civics teacher. "G" Club 1, 2 Class Treasure 3 Modern Language 2 F. T. A. 1, 2 Girls League Board 2 Police Board Clerk 4 Hi Life Staff CRAIG V. TICKLE Metallic blue is 'lTiclc's" favorite color . . . he doesn't have a special food because he likes everything . . . likes hearing new records and his most cherished possession is his collection of records . . . his sessions are left to Vicki Soule . . . often says "Can't see it" . . . plans to be a pro- fessional bachelor by '79. Alma 1, 2, 3 Intramural 4 JOY TINGLEY Joy is peeved by people who don't mind their own business . . . most cherished possession is her diamond ring . . . favorites include Mr. Christensen, fried chicken and the color red . . . leaves her U. S. History book to her brother Jerry . . . hopes to be happily married by '79, "G" Club 1 Girl's League Board 3 'fa Q F' pls 'R in , Q sr-Y' -5 1 ! 'ifiif 1 f"" A ' L QI i -x DAN TAY TOBEY "Tab-Les" is peeved by en- gaged Senior girls . . . cher- ishes Sandy's ring . . . leaves football position to Robert Sage . . . says "Blast it" . . . hopes to have completed col- lege by '79, Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1 Track 2, 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 4 Police Board 4 Student Council Chief-of- Police 4 LEONARD VANDER MEY "Junior" is peeved by homework . . . says "l don't know" . . . enjoys fixing run down motors . . . likes Mr. Christensen, hamburgers, and the color green . . . wills his history book to anyone who wants it . . . wishes to be a successful farmer by '79. F. F. A. 1, 2, 4 l VAN l " n 's ed girls oke, che s e rents, slit nd, is ho g a cer- ta' ' ' ld VI' Mr. R f , k piz G, s . . h h His y b o is sister Di ne ho s t b - - i a ,. Lnt 4 4 ,r '- ' i 'L' I , ' Pr ' -' 1 u 3 P.A club 3 Jargon Staff 3 DAVID A. VARNEY Teachers who give nightly assignments peeve "Girt" . . . most cherished possession is his brather's car . . . enjoys hunting and archery , . . favors Mr. Christensen, steak and French fries, and blue .. . wills platinum plated lunch sack to Dick White . . . can be heard saying "Ah yeah" . . . ambition for '79 is to be the owner of his own pool hall Baseball 1 Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 4 LARRY VOS "Lar" is peeved by back seat drivers . . . favors Mr. Moore, pizza, brown, water sports and sleeping . . . cher- ishes his parents and car . . . wills his mechanical ability to his cousin . . . often says "Who?" . . . by '79 hopes to be through college and have a well-paying job. Football I A Cappella Choir 2, 3 Tennis 2 Proiector Club 1 P.A. Club l Intramural Bowling 4 ARNOLD WAGNER Girls who smoke peeve "Arn" . . . cherishes his par- ents and wills Jo Stokes the fun he had in high school . . . favors Mr. Swanton, hamburgers and French fries, and the color red . . . can be heard saying "Sounds good" . . . hopes by '79 to have a job as a state police- man. U. N. Club treas. 4 JANE M. WALBORN "Janie" can usually be heard saying, "Jodie, is your algebra done?" . . . gets tired of waiting for Mercer . . . pizza, blue and Mr. Swan- ton, are favorites . . . cherishes memories, and hob- by is music . . . in 179 she hopes to be a successful secretary. "G" Club l, 2, 3, 4 All School Play 4 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Class Treasurer 4 Modern Dance 2, Pep Club FG X ,gk 4 ' Lf Athi Lewis winks . ffl 1' i"LouiEf' cherishej "h'is pqiri' sb-Z A mjnd erfioys Hun in d' IV f' ing .. likesqftr. n, J L X l h chicken nd shrimd . . is pet pee e is d hden pea pleoand he t color times to his e arson . ly 5 Z9 ,T L, . . U I L. "ri luis, ' . . .a r F ,Ju f io . ! an ffp s e happily 'L rjged byl '79 f i ' ' Q nd 'l, 2, , nt a , 2, , 4 'fi P tor C ub 3 r lic Address Clu B ling 4 ' ,-, W. X f J X :Q I 'N 'X 323. JF tl. ga, Q 1. 1, A if P 134 ,A Vic- F t , 1 me 1 'sf A---:P 1 ,,i. 2 . X V "' KL! YL?-u Tami' -2 Y lyvj-use Q Y 1 ,Q e 5 is ,, bt ,marie it amy. I g N -an- Ujy , L f il Q , ,ft DENNIS WALLACE "Denny" likes to take trips, and cherishes his car . . . favors Mr. Morford, chicken, and the color green . . . leaves his football career to brother Dan . . . says "Say son" . , . hopes to be a successful business man in '79, Bible Club l, Vice Pres. 2 Football 2, manager 3 Co-op 4 LINDA WARD "Yinder" likes chicken, Mr. Christensen and the color blue . . . her most cherished possession is her diamond and her hobby is being with Tom . . . hopes to be hap- pily married by '79. Student Council 4 All School Play 3 French Club 1 Modern Language 2 Choral Union l, 2 A Cappella Choir 3, council 4 "G" Club 1, 2 Co-op 3 Girls' League Board 2 Senior Play Class Actress DELORES WHEELOCK Teenagers who smoke peeve "Dee" . . . she passes time writing letters and roller skating . . . Mr. Christensen, pizza, and blue are among her favorites . . . she cher- ishes her class ring and friends . . . can be heard saying "No kidding?" . . . hopes to be happily mar- ried by '79 Bible Club 2, 3 Library Club 2, St. C. Rep. 4 Choral Union 2, 3 Student Council 4 MADELYN WHEELOCK Madelyn is peeved by people who think they are better than other . . . says "Didn't we?" . . . wills history book to Luana Jensen . . . likes chicken, blue and Mr. Robinson . . . cherishes Floyd's ring and likes being with him . . . ambition is to be happily married "G" Club l, 2, 3, 4 Girls' League Board 4 Office Practice 3, 4 Jargon Staff 4 Pep Club M i t " W z Q T 9' -. , .1 G 1. . r ,fu . 'zfawl E s Nik 4 .f Fw A ,.q.ff' , , V7-:J Zf A , ,. rf" 41.51, ' . , . 'ygx M: asf. --I V , . ri, , , .,., , , 1 . ' 1 +2 f lm' ,1:..' Us ' "-' t, .Q . 5 E s .IQSGM A. A 9, , 'K' :gn ' f if-'sfrf A ' : 2.5, 4,1 ,515 JOHN ZULL "Zeke" is peeved by girls who smoke and swear . . . cherishes his watch . . . en- joys sports, Mr. Christensen, pork chops, and blue and white . . . is often heard say- ing ".limmeny" . . . leaves all his trouble in A Cappella Choir to "Fish" . . . hopes to be through college by '79. Football 'l, 2, 3 Track l Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 2 A Cappella Choir l, 2, council 3, 4 Bible Club l, 2, pres. 3, 4 Camp Emery Alderman 4 owls ,.z , ipjxbw? , . ' -s. '- gif' Y '- ' 5' -,Li-.ry is ts Ei sf.. of ,M lLinda Wardl Eeeeek! A tack LARRY STOLZ "Lucky" is peeved by peo- ple who think they are better than they really are . . . cherishes his long hair . . . passes time eating . . . favor- ites include Mr. Morford, chop suey and the color blue . . . wills his will to anyone who can thinlc of cr will to will . . . is often heard say- ing "How is it?" . . . hopes to be a successful Seaman by '79, Football 2 Track 2, 4 Bobbsey twins at the sea sea shore. 134 That old gang of mine. Then there was o senior who found a new way to class . . Recognition For Scholarship f -ax 'K .,M,1 "r Marilyn Baker Lorna Swindell VALEDICTORIAN SALUTATORIAN These seniors graduated in the top fifteen per - r , as a i, iyf' -' ' . I ,ae t a. i 'in , ' -J , - kid' 1, V , .. V . 'NW I he A J Q A X ,l .sig N 1 Slip Jean Fordyce Sue Haddix Nancy Thorington - 44' A S . Jane Blanding Eleanor Stricker Edward Jorgensen John Peck F' M e if K, NE if Marianna Rasmussen Joy Tingley ,, :P S 7 . -QW Wallace Harris cent of The class. HISTORIAN Diane Blumberg x rw.-f I . f fr' ,I if ,F wr David Stokes Ed Mulick :Q G , , 'H' .loan Ruxfon T Roger Osfrander Ron Snow , I iw 0 -SH! Uh , I.,-X V xis' 'rf' ur K f ' 'nfl 4 f -1' .f'. ' AV?l'vli' .eifks-v,bEll itllfif ? ,f1QjifTfj2if' f Zfifgmfw MARY STEPHENS RUTH SWANTON Classroom work Learning to Understand a Foreign Language There are 209 students enrolled in our language program at Green- ville. There are 59 in Latin lg 41 in Latin II. In popular Spanish classes there are over 85 enrolled. In addition a student may elect to learn French as 24 students did this year. More and more students are becoming interested in language study each year. Learning our Latin Vive la France 441- ALL-AROUND: Ed Mulick, Sue Hcaddix CLASS MUSICIANS: Bill Luker, Karen Slentz, Gary Nye CLASS ACTOR52 Al Bef9ClUlS7, Lind'-7 Word ALWAYS LATE: Murcia Horrigon, Roger MOST DIGNIFIED: Diane Blumberg, Olsen Mike Hurst BEST LOOKWG1 Ken' G"i"""Pf GW" Mosr ATHLETIC: sue Haddix, Ed Mulack Howell Seniors in the Spotlight BEST DANCERS: Jackie Somers, Vince Kellogg. BEST PERSONALITY: Gary Hansen, Sue CLASS SPEAKER: AI Bergquisf Haddix I CLASS WlT5r JGCH6 Somers, Tom Ken' CLASS COUPLE: Erik Eriksen, Vicki Mercer MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Sue Haddix, Ron Snow CLASS ARTIST: Marcia Harrigan V ADVERTISERS OFFICE WORK MACHINERY Deanna Jones, a graduate of 1956 is left to right: Ralph Northrup, running a shown running abookkeeping machine. milling machine, Harry Johnson q shaper, Johannes Wolthius a lathe FEDERAL-MOGUL CFFERS YOU A CAREER CATERING SERVICE CHEMISTRY Cate g service set-up for noon time Robert Barnes' Q gmduule of 1944 lunch V analyzing metal BLANDING'S CREAMERY THE MILK OF SUPERIOR FLAVOR K - --.MN-E-A17 V, . 'iq' f S. Mr. Blanding working the bottling ma- chine COMMERCIAL STATE SAVINGS BANK RELIABLE AND FRIENDLY SERVICE F 'ASA Q. j X , . QPF' fmmwwafm REFRIGERATORS FOOD FREEZER5 AIR CONDITIONERS ELECTRIC RANGES DEHUMIDIFIERS GIBSON REFRIGERATOR CO ,A4A,A,Q,. ....,., , HIGREENVILLE, MICH. W. T. 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'-,J -niv- 'I L A quiet hour in the library Students can always get help from the student librarian MARJORIE HOAG 5 I wh A peaceful and quiet place to study Compliments of UAW-CIO LOCAL 303 E LEE'S MENS WEAR A BROAD SELECTION OF LATEST STYLES 12- Lee Anderson displays his fine selection of sport shirts Left to righh Kent Guinnup, Mr. An' - derson R Lff , " owEN's DRUGS TWO TOP QUALITY DRUG STORES QT Q lf' ill-U'f , if ' A Q S A I ' J' Qian! ! A 'Ill r fi - N ig, - gqg A 5' A A li' ' S E ' ' A '52 L- ' - T l Left to right: Mr. Merren and Mrs. Fetcrsenr ' , - 1 L F1215 ' ll Zi. T ."" - "v -75 S 5 A Ji - -. T"""'f'?f Tn' S hill i k 'Q -' .7 ' t ANN' 4 , -- 5 Proprietor, Mr. Owen Mumcw. f i RANNEY REFRIGERATOR COMPANY 5 nag 5 , Refrigerators on display DOUBLE-D PLASTICS Left to right: Jane Wclborn, Janet Nielson Left fo right: Mr. O'Connor, Karen Aylswc-rth KW ' w . L .. I -, I mul A Y' ' ""' T V- ' 1 Smart im! WW., I N. 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ROOD NlELSEN'S JEWELRY OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES FOR THE FINEST IN JEWELRY FURNITURE SHOP FINE FURNITURE AT FAIR PRICES HILUS GROCERY WOLF'S JEWELRY FINE QUALITY MEATS FINEST QUALITY JEWELRY FABER'S JEWELRY FOR THE BEST IN GIFTS GREENVILLE CAFE MORHIE,S SERVICE BEST FOOD YOU CAN BUY VINCENT BOW In Acknowledgement After months of planning, preparation, and production, the 1959 Hi Life has been completed. During the year I've often wondered if it would ever be finished, the final word written and the last picture taken. For all of us, it has been a wonderful experi- ence. I especially will cherish the memories of my last year at G.H.S. Our staff, though small, worked hard and long. In spite of our many problems, we all had fun. Mr. Christensen, our adviser, was always there to find the right reduc- tion size for a picture, to supply the exact word or phrase to fit the situation. To him goes much of the credit for our success. We wish to thank the Daily News, Larry Brown, Vaughn Lake and John Lincoln for taking pictures. We also wish to thank our pub- lishing company, Edwards Brothers of Ann Arbor and the teachers of G.H.S. So ends another book . . . another year. Sue Haddix Editor-in-Chief U...L-As-ut.:- EDWARDS BROTHERS INC An lb I, li hi Riagg 2 Q33 SSS '22 HRX? 55 N 55555 iigziiqg Ssiiif R xxx' fx, Biff H 2-7, Qyx cj gk xxx xc Q K8 I ,. ff .1 'f S Q N '7 CX J 'X , J qv w K, I 4, Nt 1-. xx, x Q5 X gr N "A 4-s-, er Q, X Xi QQ 'S E f in cm Q C-1 Kc, X, - ' K gf 0 X-rr H -l'bgA,jcaVEK-jg-Y . QL OS, of NJ! ' ' ,fly cg ' ff? RT tv W fi w iw ay li Q- f l ff - 24 ' ' ' 'TN K1 - JN Hy SP v .9 1 xN if fb?-7 x .4 Qu' ,SU U ix M iv ,QQ ' x fi, ' S5 N-93 'Fix uf X Qilxv X ' kvx N GLB KX ' Nav NAC ' 'X X . fn 1 11 X' '-J! al xx 5:1-Ll lk-,ix A XX Y I- , f X ,xx XX XM 'H ' ' X ' .F ' f- N P1 YQ A O' Q Xyx x. 'bA is pl x X - U V ' .Iv Wwx -', G9 5 d,' NX - Qbrgufw U lm L, Q' L X 5 X A. 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X 1 I I' I -fE'v7i - E-'Wi ' x. 5' H ' WI ' 'UE in- ,az 1, ,, - , , - - .v . M 1 - 'fav mn 1, Arg ,rw vi, un., xx., ,, . jl- . ,, :N u.-- ':.4-:xi 0, Hui a Lyn unum rs. , J : .. in Gr'w11m2n'!. ?! '.n ,I 7" 'Y1f'uly'1 " ' .'U' .9.', wpw H:-4',, ., ' ' ,hw .-I :ww-.M-"L .v!.'-'sw-.x .nf :5 1.11. M -'ful - M, . .- .a-5 . ,' -' .' .3 -v',, -'. v' "Q--M-"-'a"f .v uf- 'f'P. -. 17-L-"J '--2 W. -,-,,, ,,.:..,.-wx , .f I' .V ,, ' X I Science to the Sky ..... X gf Alf""'- SIDNEY L. SWANTON Lab is a part of physics Admiral Rickover to the contrary, we have a very large enrollment in the sciences. Even though we are limited by space, 235 students are taking one of the three courses of- fered in this area. There are 'I35 learning about biology. Over 65 iuniors are struggling with chemistry: and 35 of our senior class work in a course called physics. Mr. Swanton is the head of the math and science departments. fix l"" fgivy .-.W ,4 5 ,,3"v- ev, 'Nu-1' ROBERT BUDGE bi. JOHN R. VERDUIN 010' Correct measurements mean correct expenmenls - Careful! It will bite you .nl LAWERENCE ROBINSON LESUE K- MORFORD gag. ,xi RICHARD SNELL THOMAS TURNBULL Get ready to write Past, Present, and Future Are Part of Today ..... History tells us that the bulk of man's problems are those that he creates him- self. In order that we may better understand these problems and their effect on us, 360 of us are enrolled in a social studies course of some type. This year there are 128 taking U.S. Historyy 169 taking U.S. Civicsp and 63 are taking world history. The "Keynote" speaker opens the mock elections A WM Learning about world history X f ,P TTA fsv. , . In - Y fQ2tfl -i ii' i"Z' 7.4 if ' 'T tli'5'f,n Homemakers of Tomorrow There are 123 high school students en- rolled in the home economics program. There are 45 students in the Home Econom- ics I classy and 41 in the Home Economics ll. ln the class called Home and Family Liv- ing there are 37 enrolled. Girls learn by doing 4-I Trying to understand home living ' -- Hope they taste good fish f CATHERINE STALL MURIAL PROCTOR Future homemakers are learning to sew I il usb 0 I' WAR SD XS Rd, 1 K gk W Y 'R S' iz 'Q 'Xi X Q, , N N' 5' ,X 7? KS! f C- '92, I I Q RH N f dm ' N if Q xv J "A ' f- 7' '- 4,fw,V,, v ?ff'Qf' "' N lNvNRJQWN N ' 5' 5 I ev Q W QQ? S www X M R Q in if to , YO . ,,c1,4,f'l. .1 Q, , j QD WNV 6 ww wc W Nw ! if M 5 Q M W? l JQlf'CfT,1 N- - 0 - V 3 Qlzlft, LJ X 5 O E! zf JW' 'ff AQ J J 1 A A. fsfxx 'ff' X iff X . WW fum? X0 J K C7 if 03 lu?-lg ' 'Xk wi: 6 gs fwfg W X 'VU ,Q W, 14, I XX M J 1 x c 'Q , ,ff A, mf on O T , if I' ' f ,wif if 'xl cy ., L Creative Minds in the Field ' ir A steady hand Q 'q w About 50 of our students find some time to take a sub- THOMAS C- BUNN ject in the art department. They study about the history and the value of art in a growingly more materialistic world. Some of them go on in a creative way to use this means of self-expression. e 'dogg xN,4:' w 1 T f 4, ' , ,Au 5 ,P I A - I . Safter please! A creative imagination Find Enjoyment of Art and Music Nearly everyone in our school district has heard either our band or our choir. We have 146 students in the vocal music program. Information about the organizations of this department can be found in other sections of this yearbook. We have 107 stu- dents studying the subject of music in the band pro- gram. Our varsity band has nearly 'IOO members. -'53 JERRY MARTIN pq . 1 ,ff ,Y v , -is if MI,- film if L I A Q X The band practices to reach perfection .V ,,. i nf .W X I L.- X DAVID GILLETT A musical mood Sound Mind. . . in a Sound Body. . . . . Sore l'l1U5ClES IOMOYTOW I - 11 . ' J YVONNE FINKHOUSE LORENA MACDUFF I if. rich A"q 1 ,7 RICHARD SMITH RICHARD KINNEY There are 212 students in our physical education classes. There are 94 in the girls' gym class and 'I'l8 in the boys' class. The physical education program is more than six classes of gym, however. lt would be diffi- cult to count those of us who participate in our spare time in the interscholastic and in- tramural programs. , And a good time was had by all The gym class does some warm-ups Safety Is N0 Accident Statistics show that those young drivers who have had formal driver training have fewer accidents than those who do not. There were 71 students enrolled in Driver Training this year. Many of our students take this course after school and during summer vacation. ,F y n W Q L KI A,,,,.,,:,.s,7.,.?. Q ' ' ' v h .I Q I. P u. SYS V fl 1-,es-P Y lf'-N 2' A little under cover work J .5-,eg r K 'FE X ns 4 'F P t'5a?s 'Y ,inn-od" 1'- Sw RAYMOND POVOLO 1. Dim! fonlfvf the DRIVER EDUCATIUM aervfavarazff- canrxfawz .rrnlramr Experience is the best teacher? M Q W T ' a 1:5 f RICHARD KIDD SUE MARIE TOMKO Almost half the high school population is enrolled in one of several subiects taught in the commercial department. There are over 200 taking Typing I and 54 in Typing ll. Bookkeeping has an enrollment of 6l and Office Practice, Shorthand, and Busi- ness English have about 25 students each. Sf 0 JF if I nv X1 hl',6 'W -ff-. X Take this down 20 Commercial Studies Further Vocational Aims lUlUiUiUiUiUiUiUlUiUi up Q 4: The art of bookkeeping sqqv b S' 5 The fundamentals of agriculture Tricks of the Trade Are Tau ht One of our most effective departments is the agriculture department. There are 73 students enrolled in agriculture courses at Greenville High School this year. Four year of study in this subject are available for those students who wish to make farming a career. Mr. Huber teaches all the classes and supervises the proiects and the FFA activities. ik ' ADELBERT D. HUBER . 7 A ILL 01 Q' H 1 . 'Il fr 1:-s i. RUSSELL HOUCK DONALD MOORE avid' Engineers of tomorrow at work NA Q I ! AblEFGHLNJ""KP5 L' ,, l In .6 T g in l N N A .x 'il ' """.Zl - 'V ' Lf ..,.......--s . , ' .,:s...pw V YM, 4 "S ' 7 Q5 - ' 1 'wus-.., I' 3. f 1 il ' is - fi K E I l - Learning by doing A-S. -TR MR. WALTER JAEHNIG TREASURER iii-'f4x it DR. JOHN HALICK TRUSTEE 5 M T ARTHUR HOLLAND 5 5 vlce-PRESIDENT iw .-gba " Ja vw. 11 L KK , MR. ALGER JoHNsoN 'L 155, PRESIDENT L MRS. DOROTHY RANNEY SECRETARY MR. ALLEN ALLINDER SUPERINTENDENT 'k-'Y Representing the People MRS. GRETCHEN CRAWFORD MRS. DORTHY CAIRNS MRS. CHARLENE WHITMER A Helping Hand Is Always Ready If we can define education as something which affects behavior, it is important that education changes behavior for the better, so that society will improve and be better than without it. This places a responsibility on education which is more than book learning. In fact, many activities outside the classroom in high school bring about desirable changes in behavior. A notable example of this can be seen at athletic contests, for example. Good sportsmanship can be learned through participation in athletics either as a team member or a spectator. This trait is very valuable because good sports- manship is popular and is necessary in successful living. Parti- cipation in student council activities, assembly programs and clubs helps teach the most important character trait: self- sacrifice for the welfare of the group. A high school graduate who has learned to be willing to sacrifice some of his own pleasure, time and money so that others may have a little easier time of it has learned his most valuable lesson. 'Yr 3 f MR. HOWARD DALMAN PRINCIPAL mb... MISS .IUNELLA MOTLEY il Mies. EDITH BRIGGS MRS. CLARA SNELL JUNIOR HIGH PRINCIPAL 23 l i l 5 ,lk Mr. Oliver and Mr. Stout give the needed advice in planning for college The Office of Student Personnel Services scheduled and held 1147 student interviews. Mr. Stout and Mr. Oliver gave the follow- ing tests during the school year: ITED to 320 students: the Differential Aptitude to 208 sophomoresp the SQT to 160 juniors: and the Kuder to 348 students. This office also assisted in obtaining scholarships and conducted research and surveys. ' .l is 24 College Planning Day at G.H.S. Helping Us To Understand Ourselves TF? MRS. MURIEL BIGLER MRS. MARGARET BASKERVILLE Custodians: Ralph Howard, Johnney Christensen Walt Boyce, Floyd Spahn. Missing from the above picture is Jess Rigdon, head custodian. The bus drivers, who drive over 400 of us in our 10 buses, the custodians, who maintain the 20 buildings in our school dis- trict, and the cooks, who feed nearly 500 of us daily in the cafeteria, all are an im- portant part of the school year at Green- ville High School. The bus drivers Daniel Blanding Glenn Teufel Floyd Spohn Harald McQueen Arthur Hansen Ronald Conklin Joe Petersen Don Roberts Harry McCully Service With A Smile Our Cooks: Mrs. Dykstra and Miss Christensen 3-'H f7"f'!' gm 1 'asap I. 1 F' f .4 .Y xg., M Q If J . u re I Y 1' W aw '. if o 'q Q 1 511 H 6 vyvvg Stardust ........ Theme of ' 8 Homecoming - ,ww fi . Q-:V 1' 1 f Y ' R 9 as ' -E A, " EEST 2.3, 1 ff af 19? , 5 R '. 4 W ' Q x Q 4,5 X G 3: , ' , x 1 I 1 . A 1 1 W mv, ' i 'Q l V 1 A ,i 5 XJ Freshmen Pcif Williams and AI Baker 1 Queen Bev Burgess and King Gary Hansen Sophomores Jan Hansen and Joe Sharpe Juniors Darlene Nodeau and Gene Moum Seniors Marcia Horrigan and Delos Byrne King and Queen arrive for Coronation King and Queen wave at crowd 5-x dancing wiih her king H A-Seve.. Queen Bev . receiving her grown .4 .' ,J ..Af,... 'Pg Q . 4., 4,-wqanffi, , 4 '-S. . 'H -,QL .. . Q . .Q-f Q ,- '- 'f , 7 wg -, . xv' I gL,' 4 . , I Vx , - I i f' . , V, 4 iiiiw -1,5 . if 1 fm'0'fi"3 n - x I ? , Wil' . . . reigning over the dance . with her couri ni We're Here To Cheer N' :mfs Shouts of ioy 1 f Ex, for F -1. S Finishing touches ore applied Shout out the song 30 Just after the assembly J 'S .. H- Up goes another sign This Is Modern Dance The mighty men from Mars Moon men doing their weird exhibitions The peaceful grace of Neptune The unknown of Planet X The inhabitants of Jupiter seem to be fun-loving l i The cast takes final curtain call A Cappella Choir Presents the Operetta "Medios and Merrimentn Dr. Drinkwater, Proprietor of Drinkwater Rest-Lodge Mrs. Weokly, Patient ,, Mrs. Crossly, Patient ,, Dr. Slaughter, Three doctors at Rest-Lodge Dr. Cuttem . Dr. Coffin A , Rainbow, Colored servant at the lodge Bessie, Maid in attendance , Honor, Pretending to be Glory Drinkwater Marie, Her mother . Glory, Doctor Drinkwater's granddaughtei Phil, Young ranch owner CHonor's boyfriendj , Bob, Glory's fiance , , Cynthia, His cousin . Mike, The kidnapper ., Strange, A patient . Reader, Carol Sutphen Goddess, Sheila Phillips .. Ed Mulick Bev Gallagher Pauline Fleser John Zull Deyo Fessenden Jim Andersen Gil Godfrey Darlene Nadeau Marcia Fleser Vicki Mercer Eleanor Stricker Delos Byrne . , Roger Olsen Lydia Jensen , ., Bill McDonald . Hubert Zull Nymph, Gretchen Delp Pilgrim, Tom Sutphen fi? Y ix F: Sf? i N15 n V 2 QQ? ' "F 1 - 9 QM! .3 ' ' X fl 'z ' pl FT' 1 l Roger, Marcia, and Eleanor sing about Iheir problems. ... :-' l gm... L, Ill? A wi I 'rl . L 7: QA 'el- Q- i A 41:59 . 'sz -1 iE.f'?Z1's Zvi'-I,,"""if1 fr X' +3 'A ui ff 1 i ?gf'?Y?'rxv, ,. , , .iw , . 'sv' iv H.-:T .-Zeb.: xc.: Y' ' 4 .i --.v ,K Ts" ' A- M,2. .fi2-ggi, es-f- wv - 1 'W ,. is -:QA Mickey applies is 4 The nurses and doctors sing of their patients. Ed and Eleanor sing a duel. Marcia and Delos have stars in iheir eyes. the final touch , , Q2- :?0Q,i Q9 r -S-QQ: Capacit Crowd Attends 1 Cost iokes its final curtain cull " " 9 H Skiing anyone. Grew! Lek try it again "Look omg" "Thct's what I want, Jupiter!" All-School Pla .... "Bu Jupiter" "Did I forget a line?" Kay Linsey, the toy buyer at Joyce's Bruce Peck, the vice-president at Betty Linsey, Kay's sister Joe Burns, stockroom boy Joyce's Mrs. Jackson, a nearsighted lady Hank Hughes, a department head at Joyce's Lester Krinkle, late of the lingerie department Mrs. Quackenbush, an irate lady Mrs. Blanford, a hard-of-hearing lady Mrs. Joyce, the boss's wife Fizz Foster, creator of Jupiter lrene, his side-kick Gloria, a salesgirl Miss Quick, a store detective Mr. Joyce, the boss , Mrs. Dufrost, a shopper First and Second Girls, shoppers Director ., , Student director Student director Prompter , . Jupiter's Voice . "Easy on the face" Janet Nielsen John Lincoln Anita Larsen Ron Dietz Sue Haddix Al Berquist Bill Marvin Nancy Briggs Joan Cummings h Mary Jensen Jim Grant Vicki Soule Marlene Hansen . Jane Walborn Dennis Cairns Ursula Biezais Karen Aylsworth Sally Robinson Mr. Kidd Jane Blanding Charles Frank Melinda Early Bill Luker Take ten everyone" Joe! You worm!" 'WWW WM Nifrfwj 2 0, NM 3' ? Cl2ff7f9O Vw XSD WM fi xy v A ff f wwf ff 'px og? Qi E Ayfwwsig AQ M LM . may QjQXLSww2QQQwQEX?yQi5fjwnf0g??Q4C ggi ' 60" . i LS' ,yk My "N It 'T , fe , V1 fig, is Off ji. f Q My M K . 125, M0 fm 5 R N 22 i 72 A gr - ' ' Lf ' el 1' "' 'N M., Q' A., wif?" n 'L'-rg.,,g,7 'N 4 I, M-' ,1"" WA, g' , ,--A' xg?-Q 7 5 I C4 f ry Xa? l 74 733 L, , 5 X- fi 5 .7 f 3: , K 421 2 . f af f o'2w- Dreams Come True. . . WE M1 i,f,l,3!1: ZHKQQL 2, ffl 1 Tugging of the hecrf strings Amazing isn't it? Mock king and queen 0 6 ' ,X f ,r Q., . '47 Q x ' , I A, f. P y ' or rx of ' M 1 Waiting for ,he dancers Sophomore servers: Jon Hansen and Maurice Riehl When Y0u're "Young At Heart" JA Q King Gary and Queen Gloria receive crowns from Mr. Morford Upon entering the auditorium on the night of February l4, 1959, it was easy to see how well the theme of the Junior Senior Prom, "Young At Heart," had been carried out. At l'l:00 Mr. Morford crowned Gary Nye and Gloria Howell King and Queen of the prom. Chairmen for the prom were Junior Dale Barnes and Senior Sue Haddix. The music of Bobbie Stevens provided for a delightful evening. All too soon the night had ended. s'P ff enlors resent You Can't Take It Paul Sycamore ..,,,. Mr. DePinna .AA.AA Ed .... ......,....,.,. Donald ....,,....,,........,. Martin Vandenhof Henderson .. r,.n,,., .. Tony Kirby it A. Boris Kolenkhov .. Alice ....,..,,.,.,,.,....... Penny Sycamore . Mrs. Kirby ........... Mr. Kirby ,.....,..... Gay Wellington .. Essne ..,.,...,,..,........ Rheba ....... Olga ............ Three men ..,.,. Director . ,,., Producer ..,................ Assistant Directors , .r., Roger Olsen ......,...Dick Barthel .t...,..,Jim Grant ........Mike Hurst ..,.,.,.John Lincoln .,,.......,..Bill Luker Bergquist ....Tom Kent .,...........Linda Ward ,......,..Diane Blumberg .....,.,,...Anita Larsen .,.......Eric Andersen ..........Sue Haddix ......,Mickey Baird Sydow .......Nancy Nofzinger Bob Swift, Gene Jury Lee Bensinger .......Mr. Leslie K. Morford .....,..,r.Jane Blanding .......Jean Fordyce Bev Burgess With You" a Comedy In Three Acts Y . n , i X. .xx , xx if. Hands-up everybody! Hey, not so hard A solemn moment K x r A fendef momenf Just before the explosion FROM LEFT: Ron Dietz, Marianna Rasmussen, Bev Burgess, Miss Vandenberg, Nancy Nofzinger Ellie Stricker. Forensics and Special wards nqffbu s""+w.x.n' IQ? Jane Blanding receives the Betty Crocker Homemaking Award Sue Heddix receives the D-A-R. Award HI LIFE Staff At Work I Ed Mulick and Mike Hurst, sports editors GGFY Nye, Roger Ostrander, Roger Jones, advertising Anita Larsen, business manager Sue Hoddix, edifor, and Mr. Christensen, odvisor RON Snow, NUFICY Ti'l0Yil'19T0f1, CIUIDS, Gnd Vicki MSFCCF, Eleanor Stricker, Mickey Baird, undergraduate pictures Jeun Fordyce, 5l'1UP5h0'5- and Meg Bigler, Sue Mason, senior pictures. V is 'fluff Ed Mulick :mv A Mayor ,www it gy i ,fi n. 'Go fw- x 'f"'P-' IA, V4 ,. . v 4 3. Dave Stokes Z? r ,. fi Treasurer if V ,X X. I , s5"'y,g Dan Tobey Chief of Police Bev Burgess Secretary Leaders of Our Student Government ,Assy f IJ Mickey Baird Social Chairman Vice-Mayor Eleanor Stricker W.. r R V 4'-, Karen Slentz 'Publicity Chairman FIRST ROW, left to right: Mickey Baird, Karen Slentz, Eleanor Stricker, Edward Mulick, Dan Tobey, Beverly Burgess, David Stokes. SECOND ROW: Marcia Fleser, Nancy Ingersoll, Sue Haddix, Helen Fisher, Beth Andersen, De- lores Wheelock, Jackie Satterlee, Mr. Dalman. THIRD ROW: Glen House, Kathy Spohn, Sheila Phillips, Penny Bradley, Margaret Bigler, Fonda Wheeler, Kathy Smith, Jim Irish. FOURTH ROW: Maurice Reihl, Arlan Perry, Jody Lyndrup, Janet Muamw, Janet Neilsen, Nancy Petersen, Robert Sampson. FIFTH ROW: Gary Hansen, Gene Mount, Dale Barnes, Vince Kellogg, Roger Jones, Gary Nye, Roger Ostrander. Promote Democracy OFFICERS: Mayor, Ed Mulick: Vice-Mayor, Eleanor Stricker: Secretary, Bev Burgess: Treasurer, Dave Stokes: Chief-of-Police, Dan Tobey: Social Chairman, Mickey Baird: Publicity Chairman, Karen Slentz. ACTIVITIES: Homecoming, Christmas Dance, Activity Tickets, sponsor assemblies, Polio Drive, handle school problems, Honor Banquet. PURPOSE: To allow the students to see how a democratic governmental system is ef- ficiently run. Q M jwfff G h2fCHvf all A eww -me fi he d!!L1jb ' 9 XZ! ,LafL,,,tMff"0j6,r. KN JW' ffwlgjjj, Milf! ities .1 X 1 '-- ,Alam Q Pk kj? Afgwpj " fem, QR we TH I W gd! if C X A' M AZ, A if if M fa C. JW . f,U,g,L.,Q fam., WL fee. jggv-pd fl ' ef-95 if 46718 GREENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL my U . l 'IJ X, tl ...C I .JJ ,Li In 1 M l N U 5,1 ,J-f' 1. ,I ' JR' J L VM ' iv' L A . - A t l ,W A ks! 1, l ,u uf 1 A7 .. My lv V ' ,J li' 'D Y .lf ' fw- ! X' 7 . A 4' av f X Xl , it Y K" lx ,- V if V N it Iv R v-1 M lp ! , fl if -'ly - ill' P! tx ff all -A ,X L ..- L 1 1 y 1 y 5' . I .Vi A O f f V 1 M if . r ' 4 " V X 9 I t . ,V , N lg A rs N Q 8,1 X yr. ' 4 gi X I ' 1 6 l l v s. 3 fl y It 1 L kk ip A X f ' V f ' Published by the Senior Class of Nineteen Fifty-nine Editor-in-Chief . Sue Haddix Senior Pictures Meg Bigler, Sue Mason Undergraduate Pictures ..Eleanor Stricker, Mickey Baird Sports ,, ,, ., .. Ed Mulick, Mike Hurst Business Manager . , , , A , , Anita Larsen Advertising . .. , . Gary Nye, Roger Ostrander, Roger Jones Clubs and Crganizations , Nancy Thorington, Ron Snow Snapshots , ., . . Joyce Fordyce, Vicki Mercer Advisor , ,, ,. ,,., , Mr. Arthur Christensen 1 1 FIRST ROW, left to right: Nancy Thorington, Edward Mulick, Dan Tobey, Mr. Dalman. SECOND ROW: Jo Stokes, Tom Lewis, Edward Jorgensen, Vicki Mercer, Dave Lehmkuhl, Darlene Nadeau, Bill Johnson. Has the ,Iur Reached Its Verdict? OFFICERS: Chief-of-Police, Dan Tobey, Clerk, Nancy Thoringtonp Advisor, Mr. Dalman. ACTIVITIES: A student iudicial system which passes iudgement and gives sentences to students who are sent up. PURPOSE: To provide an efficient running court in cooperation with the Student Council. FIRST ROW, left to right: Susie Sydow, Roger Osfrander, Mr. Povol0 SECOND ROW: Betty Lambertson, Rita Guenther, Bev Burgess, Karen Lee. THIRD ROW: Jim Wood, Gary Hansen, Bill Johnson, Ray Tower. Safety Is Their im OFFICERS: President, Roger Ostranderp Secretary, Susan Sydowp Advisor, Mr. Povolo. ACTIVITIES: Sponsor safety surveys, safety assemblies, regulate parking in school area PURPOSE: To promote school safety. 3 if lil 'V :yy -Wu if FIRST ROW, left to right: Roger Ostrander, Roger Jones, Roger Olson, Gary Nye, Vince Kellogg. SECOND ROW: Ed Eriksen, Tom Kent, Dan Tobey, Dick Allen, Dave Lehmkuhl, Mike Jensen, Jim Wood, John Peck, Duane Miller, Maurice Riehl, Joe Sharpe, John Weber, Coach Smith, Bill Luker, Al Kingsbury, Roger Sewell, John Rubie, Dale Barnes, Bruce Schnepp, Walt Jaehnig, Kent Guin- nup, John Wood, Ed Mulick, Ron Snow, Erik Eriksen, Sportsmanship Is Their Password OFFICERS: President, Roger Olsen, Vice-President, Roger Jones, Secretory, Roger Ostranderp Treasurer, Gary Nye, Student Council Representative, Vincent Kellogg, Advisor, Coach Smith. ACTlVlTlES: Sells programs at tournaments, maintains cloak room cluring basketball games, helps buy sports equipment, initiation, washed cars at local gas station, canoe trip for senior members. PURPOSE: To promote better all around citizenship and stimulate athletic sportsman- ship. .t Q, 'f : M1 , nf' ' W!" .1 . 'VM FIRST ROW, left to right: Beverly Gallagher, Betty Rigdon, Kathy Spohn, Judy Williams, Rita Guenther, Margaret Bigler, Janet Mumaw, Mary Lou Wilson, Penny Bradley, Mrs. Finkhouse. SECOND ROW: Jeanne James, Annabel Sharpe, Anita Larsen, Kay Costen, Marilyn Switzer, Jackie Somers, Sharon Bender, Jody Lyndrup, Jane Walborn. THIRD ROW: Pat Beck, Karene Worden, Ann Johnson, Mary Lee Bissell, Melinda Early, Nancy Briggs, Carla Speese, Kay Leach, Carol Sutphen, Mary Jane Lincoln. FOURTH ROW: Sara Jane Christensen, Pamela Christoffersen, Margo Scott, Beverly Linderman, Faye Turner, Gwen Williams, Barbara Fordyce, Madelyn Wheelock, Nancy Petersen, Donna Cotton. FIFTH ROW: Loretta Holmden, Karen Lincoln, Pat Sage, Alberta Black, Sharon Davey, Carolyn Heether, Diane Van Drie, Pat Kent, Ursula Biezais, Linda Kurnat, Sandy Merritt. SIXTH ROW: Jackie Satterlee, Pat Hubbard, DeeAnn Baskerville, Janet Hansen, JoAnn Olsen, Sandra Plumb, Ruth Juhlin, Linda Green, Sharon Wilde, Janet Nielsen. thletics Makes Strong Bodies OFFICERS: President, Meg Bigler, Vice-President, Rita Guenther: Secretary, Janet Mumaw, Treasurer, Judy Williams: Points Chairmen, Penny Bradley, Mary Lou Wilson: Student Council Representative, Kathy Spohnp Publicity Chair- man, Bev Gallagher: Advisor, Mrs. Finkhouse. ACTIVITIES: Sponsor a dance, bowling, Night Activity, Modern Dance. PURPOSE: To promote interest among girls in athletic activities, health, and good sportsmanship. 3 , I fl 'I 'ab its FIRST ROW, left to right: Nancy Ingersoll, Barb Finch, Karen Antclift, Nancy Briggs, Carla Speese, Lydia Jensen. SECOND ROW: Marilyn LeCIear, Margo Scott, Sara Jane Christensen, Sandra Shroll, Ann John- son, Vera Mangus, Sally Robinson, Karen Lee, Helen Van Hoose, Norma Swanson, Marie Green, Mrs. Stephens. THIRD ROW: Mary Lou Hagadus, Herm Rummelt, Jane Blanding, Ana Mitchell, Linda Green, Judy Feuerstein, Diane Christensen, Pam Christoffersen, Karen Aylsworth, Tom Morris. FOURTH ROW: Sharon Wilde, Mary Beth Nelson, Linda Turner, Anne Bidstrup, Sally Hook, Rita Guenther, Bonnie Allinder, Donna Cotton, Joan Cummings. ,Ie Parle Y Habla OFFICERS: President, Karen Antcliffy Vice-President, Nancy Briggs, Secretary, Carla Speese, Treasurer, Lydia Jensen, Student Council Representative, Nancy Ingersoll, Advisor, Mrs. Stephens. ACTIVITIES: Fudge sales, Christmas Bizarre, write to pen pals, sponsor a French girl. PURPOSE: To further and develop interest in French and Spanish. 50 me J,-1-' FIRST ROW, left to right: Robert Rubie, Ray Tow, Faye Turner, Nancy Briggs, Beth Andersen, Barbara Fordyce, Janet Nielsen. SECOND ROW: Diane Sloan, Betty Hart, Marilyn Miller, Sherry Tyrell, Judie Rice, Kitty Bouwmon, Luana Jensen, Marlene Wheeler, Gary Cairns, Susie McDonald, Linda Loper, Lynn Dales. THIRD ROW: Sheila Hurst, Pam White, Dorthea Rasmussen, Karen Andersen, Ruth Juhlin, Pam Lillie, Melinda Early, Mrs. Swanton, Arlene Armstrong, Betty Rector, Carol Thompson, Diane Drewe, Jeanne Rasmussen, Ursula Biezais, Helen Fisher. FOURTH ROW: Pat Vos, Frances Elliot, Bonnie Newburg, Janet Mumaw, Mary Ellen Nielsen, Lou Ann Dennis, Sue Kellogg, Sandy Nelson, Vicky Haight, Sandra Merritt, Kay White, Sue Drake, Judy Dyer, Pauline Fleser, Janet Antclitf. FIFTH ROW: Jim Babcock, Barry Bailey, Bill Kay, Maurice Riehl, Glenn House, Wick McQueen, Bill Letts, Jerry Nielsen, Vicki Fenner, Gwen William, Jan Hansen, Karen Hoffman, Sandy Bond, Marlene Hansen. SIXTH ROW: Dick Czarnopis, Darwin Sloan, Lewis Hedger, Rusty Schlientz, Tom Martin, Bob Clark, John Ranney, Earl Ray, Dick Lossin, Bryon Davey, Joe Reed, Gary Scranton, David Heyer, Tom Andersen, Jess Ray, Ron Rigdon. Latin Left Legacy OFFICERS: President, Nancy Briggs, Vice-President, Beth Andersen, Secretary, Faye Turner, Treasurer, Ray Tower, Publicity Chairman, Barbara Fordyce, Student Council Representative, Janet Nielsen, Advisor, Mrs. Swanton. ACTIVITIES: Sponsor baked goods and fudge sales, Roman Banquet, support a French girl. PURPOSE: To stimulate an interest in Latin. Leaders of Social Activities OFFICERS: President, Marcia Fleserp Vice-President, Bonnie Allinderp Secretary, Gret- chen Delp, Treasurer, Karen Slentzp Advisor, Miss Stall. ACTIVITIES: Freshman Mixer, bake goods sale, work at tournaments, Style Show, span sor a foster child, clothing drive, June Banquet. PURPOSE: To promote qualities of leadership, understanding, social grace, service, and cooperation among high school girls. N? 5 . . I P . If I FIRST ROW, left to right: Bea Hagadus, Dora Lewis, Marilyn Baker, Hubert Zull, Helen Fisher SECOND ROW: Mrs. Stephens, Clara Fisher, Betty Rector, Alice Humphrey, Vicki Haight. THIRD ROW: Laurel Pierontoni, Marie Green, Pam Lillie, Arlene Armstrong, Mary Lou Hagadus Don Fisher. FOURTH ROW: Jerry Kraus, Pat Copeland, Jim Babcock, Ron Johnson, David Zull, Dale Baker Th W d f L'fe OFFICERS: President, Marilyn Baker, Vice-President, Hubert Zull, Secretary, Dora Lewis, Treasurer, Bea Hagadus: Student Council Representative, Helen Fisher: Advisor, Mrs. Stephens. ACTIVITIES: Singspirations, special speakers and social gatherings. PURPOSE: To further Christian fellowship. r X 1 . Q 5 54 FIRST ROW, left to right: Lorena MacDuff R.N., Dorothy Utess R.N., Mary Lou Hagadus, Vicki Fenner, Pat Hubbard, Kathy Smith, Susan Tremayne, Harriet J. Sellevoag R.N., Mrs. Lloyd S. Dunkin R.N. SECOND ROW: Rosalie Mussatto, Carol Lohr, Pat McPhee, Sherry Bender, Maxine Vander Mey, Marilyn Baker, Bea Hagadus, Alice Humphrey. THIRD ROW: Mickey Baird, Sandy Nelson, Beth Andersen, Debbie Curtis, Kitty Bouwman, Sue Kellogg, Kay White, Penny Bradley. FOURTH ROW: Barbara Fordyce, Bonnie Swartz, Lou Ann Dennis, Sally Robinson, Karen Lee, Kathy Spohn, Janet Mumaw, Judy Dyer, Marie Lause, Susie Nelson. FIFTH ROW: Lois Green, Pat Beck, Arlene Armstrong, Carol Spencer, Ruth Ann Newman, Pam Christoffersen, Marilyn Wagner, Marlene Wheeler, Sharon Wilde, Marlene Hansen. SIXTH ROW: Sandra Bennett, Sharon Plumb, Joan Spencer, Judy Goodenough, Judy Holm, Mary Beth Nelson, Janet Neilsen, Lydia Jensen, Pam White. Care for the Sick OFFICERS: President, Pat Hubbard, Vice-President, Kathy Smith, Secretary, Vicki Fen- ner, Treasurer, Susan Tremayne, Student Council Representative, Penny Bradley: Points Chairman, Mary Lou Hagadus: Social Chairman, Beth Ander- son, Advisor, Mrs. MacDuffp Sponsor, Mrs. Dunkin. ACTIVITIES: Nurses' Aides take a classroom and practice course for one semester as part of their school curriculum, special programs, speakers, field trips. PURPOSE: To promote interest in the field of nursing. 4' 'vi- FIRST ROW, left to right: Nancy Peterson, Marilyn Switzer, Norma Swanson, Marianna Rasmussen, Jane Blanding, Sandra Merritt, Mr. Roosa. SECOND ROW: Rosalie Mussatto, Jodie Lyndrup, Jackie Somers, Kay Coston, Judy Barret, Mary Cairns, Nancy Briggs, Ursula Biezais, Margo Scott, Diane Scott. THIRD ROW: Sherry Tyrell, Sharon Davis, Pauline Fleser, Marcia Fleser, Karen Slentz, Ann John- son, Carolyn Heether, Sara Jane Christensen, Anne Bidstrup, Marie Green. FOURTH ROW: Alberta Black, Mary Jensen, Pam Lillie, Pat Sage, Betty Rector, Carla Speese, Karen Lincoln. Instructors of Tomorrow OFFICERS: President, Marianna Rasmussen, Vice-President, Diane Blumberg, Secretary, Norma Swanson, Treasurer, Marilyn Switzer, Student Council Representa- tive, Nancy Peterson, Points Chairman, Jane Blanding, Historian, Sandra Merritt. ACTIVITIES: Picnics in the spring, baked goods sole, visits to the various colleges, cadet teaching, attend special meetings. PURPOSE: To promote interest in the field of teaching. N79- x. 55 -vv ,Ls lm' r' in l lfwbx 17' , V. 5 'A , IE, f . x . t 1' yi Q, k g .Hy H, h Ni' ,Ax 'Q :gf 1 4,539 .W - if wtf-wlif' U T N X 'T V N- in ..l I-3. 2 This was September. Everywhere the leaves of the third season were bringing the growth of spring and summer to a dramatic end. These were the days when the flames of autumn burned most brightly in a fleeting but memorable show. Even over night new richness had been added to the colors around us as we walked once more toward the school in the fall. The branches of the maples extended against the blue autumn sky: foliage in which scarlet and gold and orange intermingled. The colorful autumn stands for vigorous activity. Later in the season there would come snowy skies, brown leaves, gray autumn. But now we wandered in the multicolored early days of fall, the time of vigor and elation . . . YS nd - , 111 FIRST ROW, left to right: Sheila Phillips, Carolyn Heether, Hartmut Mitschke, Anita Larsen, Arnold Wagner, Mr. Morford. SECOND ROW: Karen Antcliff, Bonnie Allinder, Rita Guenther, Nancy Ingersoll, Joan Cummings, Barbara Fordyce, Melinda Early, Nancy Briggs, Sandy Merritt. THIRD ROW: Jane Blending, Nancy Nofzinger, Sally Hook, Donna Cotton, Mary Irene Vos, Marie I.ause, Ursula Biezais, Jeannine Olsen, Ann Palmer. FOURTH ROW: Ken Sloan, Jerry Neilsen, Bill Letts, Ann Johnson, Kathy Spohn, Mary Lou Bissell, Fonda Wheeler. FIFTH ROW: Dave Stokes, Ron Dietz, Tom LeCIear, Ron Witmer, John Weber, Jim Grant, Ron Snow. Youth Preparing For orld Peace OFFICERS: President, Hartmut Mitschke, Vice-President, Anita Larsen, Secretary, Caro- lyn Heetherf Treasurer, Arnold Wagner, Student Council Representative, Sheila Phillips, Advisor, Mr. Morford. ACTIVITIES: MUNA, support o family at Christmas, plant a U.N. tree at the high school. PURPOSE: Making the students conscious of the existence of the U.N. 'Q YP' NJ W FIRST ROW, left to right: Mrs. Garbow, Dorothy DeYoung, Bev Gallagher, Ruth Snyder, Madelyn Wheelock, Darlene Nadeau, Richard Waldorf. SECOND ROW: Sandra Bennett, Peggy Bachar, Betty Rasmussen, Carol Sutphen, David Fisher, Jackie Satterlee. THIRD ROW: Mike Braden, Vince Kellogg, Tom Steele, Roger Hearn, Floyd Goodwin. Printers of Our School News OFFICERS: Members of the Journalism Class, Advisor, Mrs. Garbow. ACTIVITIES: Learning journalistic writing. PURPOSE: To edit the school paper. 57 FIRST ROW, left to right: Beverly Linderman, Dora Lewis, Janice Hankis, Susie Nelson, Delores Wheelock, Miss Hoag. SECOND ROW: Judy Perry, Marlene Wheeler, Alice Linderman, Jeannine Olsen, Jeanne James, Laurel Pierontoni, Pat Roberts, Edith Palmer. Information For Everyone OFFICERS: ACTIVITIES: PURPOSE: President, Janice Hankis, Vice-President, Susan Nelson, Secretary-Treasurer, Dora Lewis, Student Council Representative, Delores Wheelock, Points Chairman Beverly Linderman, Advisor, Miss Hoag. Dance, various teas for the faculty, sponsor Book Week, participate in the Kent-lonia-Montcalm Regional S.L.A.A.M. organization. To gain experience in working with books and young people. To help the librarian in routine work. To help students and teachers find materials for classes. Q1 FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr. Budge, .lim Irish, Ed Patrick, Arlan Perry, George Fulk, Joe Yoemans. SECOND ROW: Dewayne Christensen, Gary Howes, Dave Sanders, Greg Phillips, David Wininger, AI Buche, .lack Perry, Gordon Goodwin, Charles Bunce. THIRD ROW: Frank Packard, Dennis Cairns, Ronald Porter, Jess Ray, Tom Andersen, Richard Steele, Paul House, John Ingersoll, Mike Phillips. Education and Entertainment Through Movies OFFICERS: President, Arlan Perry: Vice-President, Ed Patrick, Secretary, George Fulk: Treasurer, Joe Yeomansp Student Council Representative, Jim Irish: Ad- visor, Mr. Budge. ACTIVITIES: Movies outside of school civic proiects, show noon movies for polio fund. PURPOSE: To show class room movies and provide proiecfor operators and proiectors for civic affairs. 59 iii if sm, A I :rf . sl C- 19 war 12' F 17 ,gf Q, .c V Q S ?ua- ff I1 , s.-' s. O O FIRST ROW, left to right: Catherine Stall, Karene Worden, Jackie Satterlee, Helen Fisher. SECOND ROW: Clara Fisher, Kay Martin, Dawn Mol, Sandy Merritt. THIRD ROW: Betty Rasmussen, Jeannine Olsen, Janet Hansen, Judy Root, Susie Nelson. FOURTH ROW: Patty Hodgkins, Janna Lee Schlienz, Judy Holm, Mary Eitelbuss, Marian Rasmus- Future Homemakers of Tomorrow OFFICERS: President, Jackie Satterleey Vice-President, Bonnie Sage, Secretary, Karene Worden, Treasurer, Helen Fishery Advisor, Miss Stall. ACTIVITIES: Sponsor a dance after the all school play. Cup cake and fudge sales. PURPOSE: To foster interest in homemaking, to become better acquainted with our neighbors at home and abroad, and to learn good parliamentary pro- cedure. . .4- f FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr. Huber, Jerry Tingley, Floyd Goodwin, Alan Kingsbury, Sam Fes- senden, Alden Neitzel, Marvin Neitzel. SECOND ROW: Marshall Hopkins, Roy Harris, Arlan Perry, Wayne Miller, Bill Stockton, Paul Wol- schon, Ron Rlashaar, Wayne Loding, Al Buche, Charles Bunce, Gordon Goodwin, Gary Marlin, Dick Cairns. THIRD ROW: Eugene Anderson, Louie Bodfish, Ed Sprague, Roger Higgins, Kay Martin, Bonnie Sage, James Creasap, Ronald Porter, Wayne Bliss, Bob Snyder, Larry Hilliker, Bob Deal, Frank Packard. FOURTH ROW: Ronnie Stout, Jim Larsen, Harold Kohn, David Goodwin, Roger Evans, Gary Fountain, Jerry Bissell, Roger Sage, David Skinner, Jack Perry, Gilbert Christoffersen, Francis Seiler. FIFTH ROW: Dave Adams, Fred Bowers, John Bowers, George Northedge, Neil Finch, Marvin Steffensen, Deyo Fessenden, Leonard VanderMey, Daniel Goodwin, Eugene Jury, Wilson Hay, Larry Skinner. SIXTH ROW: Tom Walkington, Marion Van Horn, Ron Thompson, Roger Craig, Tom Wilson, Dale Baker. Future Farmers of Tomorrow OFFICERS: President, Alan Kingsbury: Vice-President, Alden Neitzel: Secretary, Sam Fessenden: Treasurer, Floyd Goodwin: Student Council Representative, George Northedge: Advisor, Mr. Huber. ACTIVITIES: Sell refreshments during games. PURPOSE: To promote agricultural interests. FIRST ROW, left to right: James Bliss, David Kennedy, Ron Johnson, Ray Tower, Hartmut Miischke, Bill Johnson. SECOND ROW: Carl Olsen, Carson Walker, Allan Thorington, Earl Sampson, Gary King, Mr. Gillett. THIRD ROW: Bob Hilliker, Gary Rackliffe, Norman Larsen, John Kieckman, David Hagadus. FOURTH ROW: John Ranney, Tom Morris, Larry Wilson, Marvin Hubbard, James Creasap, Ronald Wood. FIFTH ROW: Darwin Sloan, Otis Brewster, Dale James, Chris Jording, Owen Hansen. Highlights of Harmon OFFICERS: President, Ron Johnson: Vice-President, Hartmut Mitschke: Secretary, Doug Olsen: Treasurer, Bill Johnson: Student Council Representative, David Ken- nedy: Advisor, Mr. Gillett. ACTIVITIES: Sponsor a car wash, Christmas concert, sing at the Operetta, Spring Con- cert. PURPOSE: To promote good music and encourage singing. when FIRST ROW, left to right: Beth Andersen, Ray Tower, David Dalman, Glen House, .lan Hansen, Mr, Budge. SECOND ROW: .Ierry Kraus, Marilyn Miller, Louis Hedger, Jerry Nielsen, David Winiger, Gwen Williams, Melinda Early. THIRD ROW: Tom Morris, Herm Rummelt, Owen Hansen, Tom Andersen, Dick Lossin, Tom Martin, Janet Neilsen, Sharon Wilde, OFFICERS: President, Glenn House, Vice-President, David Dalman, Secretary, Jan Hansen: Treasurer, Ray Tower, Advisor, Mr. Budge. ACTIVITIES: Carry out proiects in the biology room and have occasional speakers. PURPOSE: To provide students with an opportunity to work in the science field which interests them most. -uf 24' I A new F FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr. Moore, Ed Jorgensen, Bill Lulcer, Dave Stokes. SECOND ROW: John Weber, Howard Hopkins, Gene Mount, Bob Balslev, Glenn Eichelberg, Lyle House. THIRD ROW: Junior Ackley, Tom LeClear, Bill Johason, Harold Shroll. David Heyer, David Fisher. OFFICERS: President, Ed Jorgensen: Vice-President, Dave Stokes: Secretary-Treasurer, Bill Lukerp Advisors, Mr. Moore and Mr. Dean Todd. ACTIVITIES: Each member has a project which he works on in the club. PURPOSE: To promote interest in engineering. FIRST ROW, left to right: Linda Ward, Kay Martin, Linda Ferguson, Geraldine Dalrymple, Jo Stokes. SECOND ROW: Marlene Hansen, Pauline Fleser, Sheila Phillips, Anita Larsen, Darlene Nadeau. THIRD ROW: Eleanor Stricker, Marcia Fleser, Marianna Rassmussen, Vicki Mercer, Alberta Black, Betty Lambertson. FOURTH ROW: Tom Andersen, Ed Mulick, David Dalman, Dale Larsen, Bruce Schnepp, Russ Workman, Randy Klepper, Mickey Baird. FIFTH ROW: Roger Olsen, Ed Patrick, John Zull, Jim Andersen, Hubert Zull, Roger Jones, Fred Walkington. Soft, Sweet, and Soothing OFFICERS: President, Eleanor Stricker, Vice-President, Ed Mulick, Secretary, Beverly Gallagher, Treasurer, Lydia Jensen, Student Council Representative, Roger Jones, Librarians, Carol Sutphen, Anita Larsen, Publicity Chairman, Marlene Hansen, Initiation Chairman, Delos Bryne, Stage Manager, John Zull, Ad- visor, Mr. Gillett. ACTIVITIES: Operetta, "Medics and Merriment", sponsor a dance, sing for school as- semblies, concerts. PURPOSE: To promote and develop interest in vocal music and develop leadership and cooperation among its members. . ,.. -we --Twyrvfmr : FIRST ROW, left to right: Pat Roberts, Sheryl Tyrell, Jane Walborn, Jane Blanding, Mr. Gillett. SECOND ROW: Betty Rector, Gretchen Delp, Carla Speese, Arlene Armstrong, Judy Goodenough, Carol Spencer, Carol Sutphen. THIRD ROW: Alice Kairns, Vicki Haight, Beverly Gallagher, Mary Beth Nelson, Lydia Jensen. FOURTH ROW: Karen Hunt, David Galentine, James Gillmer, James Cathey, David Molesh, Deyo Fessenden, Bill McDonald. FIFTH ROW: Ron Johnson, Frank Packard, Chris Lyndrup, Palmer Kent, Gil Godfrey, Delos Byrne, Alan Harley. -1 4' FIRST ROW: left to right: Beverly Gallagher, Ed Mulick, Eleanor Stricker, Lydia Jensen. SECOND ROW: Marlene Hansen, Carol Sutphen, Anita Larsen. THIRD ROW: John Zull, Roger Jones, Delos Byrne. X l 'U FOREWORD lt is with great pride that we, the Class of nineteen hundred fifty-nine present our Hi-Life. We hope that these pages and pictures may tor all time mance vivid the last four years at Greenville High School, that in each page you may find concealed memories that will live on forever, and be cherished throughout the years to come. May the seniors especially remember the events and activities they participated in during their four years ot high school. May they also remember the teachers and friends who guided them over the rough spots. We hope you will like the silhouette theme. lt is our way of presenting the school year to you. ,5,1,, . i Sv FIRST ROW, lett to right: Pat Kent, Beverly Gilkie, Marilyn Miller, Doris Neitzel, Marie Lause. SECOND ROW: Nancy Davis, Nancy Thorington, Nancy Steffensen, Margo Scott, Dora Lewis, Kitty Bouwman. THIRD ROW: Arlene Kunz, Susan Tremayne, Jean Rasmussen, Jodie Lyndrup, Diane Senko. FOURTH ROW: Marilyn Baker, Bonnie Hemmes, Charlotte Copeland, Diane Sloan, Betty Hart, Pat Sage, FIFTH ROW: Frances Elliot, Jean Nelson, Sharon Plumb, Mary Cairns, Lynn Dales, Darlene Rine- hart. Say It ith Music OFFICERS: President, Nancy Thorington: Vice-President, Marie Lauseg Secretary, Ursula Biezaisp Treasurer, Helen Fisher: Librarian, Vera Mangus, Assistant Librarian, Joan Spencer, Publicity Chairman, Margo Scott, Initiation Chairman, Priscilla Lindsey: Student Council Representative, Jodie Lyndrup, Advisor, Mr. Gillett. ACTIVITIES: Fall, Christmas and Spring concerts, sponsor a dance, sing for school assemblies, several parties, rummage sale, baked goods sale. PURPOSE: To create an interest in good music. avg' v , 3,3 K 6 i 'fx '25 ,lf R4 .X I. '55 FIRST ROW, left to right: Laurel Pieratoni, Carolyn Miller, Priscilla Lindsey, Gloria Noyes, Susie McDonald, Mr, Gillett. SECOND ROW: Diane Grewry, Beverly Linderman, Pam Lillie, Ursula Biezais, Nancy Briggs, Lindo Copeland. THIRD ROW: Nancy Petersen, Vera Mangus, Helen Fisher, Sherry Wilde, Jan Hansen, Vicki Fenner. FOURTH ROW: .loan Spencer, Joan Main, Judy Dyer, Sheila Hurst, Barbara Finch, Alice Linder- man. FIFTH ROW: Judy Holmes, Pat Vos, Carol Lutterloh, Karen Lincoln, Mary Ann Stefenick. 1-,.,A., A l i i w' 3 as Ai, M ' l . , A : 1 From left: Joan Spencer, Vera Mangus, Jodie Lyndrup, Ursula Biezais, Nancy Thorington, Marie Lause, Helen Fisher, Margo Scott, Pricilla Lindsey. N by-' z f if JW iii Alf! ,f,. K -ff-.ALJ if The swinging sack Band 1959 And the band plays on Here comes the band 68 .J.-J.. From left: Sandra Bond, Bonnie Allinder, Faye TUYVISV, Joan Cf lef, l 1 Marching long This year our maiorettes were capably lead by Rita Guenther. They performed between halves of all home football games and the Belding game. During the winter, they performed at the basketball games. Our maiorettes twirled for summer parades also. Try-outs for maiorettes are held in the spring. Practice makes perfect ll 2 if r I A New uniforms on display Working out new routines C3 FIRST ROW, left to right: Rita Guenther, Linda Tanner, Beth Andersen, Donna Cotton, Sue Drake. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Allinder, Karen Antcliff, Joel Reed, Karen Hoffman, Janet Antcliff, Janet Nielsen, Dannie Hyde. THIRD ROW: Jim Babcock, Sandy Nelson, Faye Turner, Jerry Nielsen, Bonnie Swartz, Ann Briggs, Bill Luker, Gary Nye, Dick Allen, Dave Zull, Ron Witmer, Wayne Johnson, Jim Wood. FOURTH ROW: Mary Ellen Nielsen, Barbara Fordyce, Sandy Bond, Don Fisher, Janet Mumaw. FIFTH ROW: Roland Street, Dick Wood, Karen Aylsworth, Bob Swift, Alden Neitzel, Don Taylor, Jim Paris, Frank Nelson, Kent Guinnup, Lewis Walker. Strike Up the Band OFFICERS: President, Frank Nelson, Secretary, Karen Slentzp Treasurer, Bill Luker, Student Council Representative, Gary Nye: AClVlS0I', MY- Marlin- ACTIVITIES: Playing for pep assemblies, marching at the football games, special con- certs, marching ancl providing music for civic functions, district and state festivals. PURPOSE: To promote an understanding and appreciation of good music. 16 "ea ?f FIRST ROW, left to right: Gwen Williams, Nancy Ingersoll, Judie Rice, Norma Swanson, Mary Lee Bissell, Joan Cummings. SECOND ROW: Ann Johnson, Karen Slentz, Doug Houle, Carolyn Heether, Adrian Baumgardner, Dave Hulbert, Tom Martin, Anne Palmer. THIRD ROW: Bob Johnson, Junior Ackley, Bruce Fuller, Bob McMeeken, Mickey Slentz, Bill Letts, Howard Hopkins, John Weber, Gary Howes, Eric Andersen, Marvin Neitzel. FOURTH ROW: Dale Baker, Melinda Early, Dee Ann Baskerville, Bill Marvin, Edith Palmer, Bob Clark, Glenn House, Chuck Franke, John Svendsen, Roger Ostrander. FIFTH ROW: Jim Grant, Bryon Davey, David Adams, Ron Dietz, Mr, Martin. T... sr-v sry-r Vi' From left: Gary Nye, Karen Slentz, Frank Nelson, and Bill Luker. Y YYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYVVYY ATHLETICS Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. 74 I9 26 3 10 I7 24 31 7 I4 FIRST ROW, left to right: Gary Nye, Roger Jones, AI Kingsbury, Roger Olsen, Ed Mulick, Erik Eriksen, Dan Tobey, Vince Kellogg, Larry Blood. SECOND ROW, left to right: Ed Eriksen, Dave Malesh, Roger Sewell, Ron Flashaar, Ron Porter, John Rubie, Jack Weber, Walt Jaehnig, Dick Allen. THIRD ROW, left to right: Maurice Riehl, Dale Barnes, Mickey Allen, Dave Lehmkuhl, Louis Feld- pausch, Earl Ray, Bruce Schnepp. FOURTH ROW, left to right: Larry Skinner, Ike Van Horn, Ron Rigdon, John Wood, Roger Sage. FIFTH ROW, left to right: Coach Kinney, Manager Joe Sharp, Manager Mike Jensen, Manager Gene Mount, Coach Smith, missing: Tom Kent. Varsity Experiences Rough Year Greenville Big Rapids Greenville Ea. Rapids Greenville Ioniq Greenville Belding Greenville Hastings Greenville Si, Jghns Greenville Charlotte Greenville Gr. Ledge Greenville Lowell Coach Smith and Coach Kinney make plans for the Beldlng game .- ' uff ., . .,, , , - . ., . . V Ai., , 14, ., - 5 . 1 E . 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E 'T '- 7 " ' 1, ' ,- -4 -' P ,L h,L,Aji,4Fx.g .f-.1,, - ,,.f .,.,V. . I K-at ,,, A , I 2,17 'ff-256433.1a1,afZ3 g:E2i5H ' 3 v5Q32gggi3'2 .ug--:r'71 X A g-,L , . - 2 - " ff? ,af i .- 1- lf,-Z' '. xf'i'7' V.. - u.,., A- .Q A' .1 HQ-,f-...EQAEFSV L+f--,.m.,.1',m1.k,u U GARY NYE DAN TOBEY LARRY BLOOD CO-CAPTAIN ED MULICK CO-CAPTAIN Yellow Jacket Seniors ' ROGER OLSEN QUARTER-BACK TACKLE VINCE KELLOGG END J -A A.. . I ' Y, 1 " . .4 1"'.,1'- -- " ' il Q . '-- W , ' . ' ' 5' 'Q' f I 'N f' ' .Yi . M ' 5 - 152, We 'vm' 'Tiy1'1"'..'I. 'Wai-ifgef 1 4 - . . Q 'mi-ri Q 3 - . .E :L E , ' - 4:-Z" .. :Lui K ..,',a,,,,, Mig. , I GJ? :fm PM 'J Q V A 'Wi -f:r4'5l,1 "A E ,tg , ' D f ij:-,-35. 3 , we-ig-f. L" iilffy. 1, f . Y ' ' Q, ,uit LJ., , 4 V Q3-,-V, gp: - - :, A.- 'N x E - H' Q ' '..---5 A .1-4. ' M f -1? 'ffvim-iv. wld .ull W Y A ... V., ,- .3 :N EI-2. 7, ., : , 'fig-QJV. :fi A -.-7' ,. ? 1' A -. 1-'fr , -W fa- v: , . -QQ? 4 -,A-...4'1'zA, ,I wi, . NL-,amz R 1 sz. ' 1- ' '12, -f f 2- r"1.-:.'- xx , 1-:"f"",'i. ' ' fx ,,f1,gvQ s1Qf . .. - ' I '-yi "M ' ' .f4T4,1gi - fi x AY, -,gf-1,1-L ' .L In , ' " '-' - .FJ .-113' - H' ' .1 A 'LRE' fp 73, ff. ' , - - . . ,. . u .,,, l A ERIK ERIKSEN TACKLE ROGER JONES AL KINGSBURY GUARD HALF-BACK DEDICATIGN -xg,-fd!! MR. ARTHUR CHRISTENSEN In appreciation for his continuous advice and encouragement, it is with great ' ' -' d' t ur earbook to pride that our advisor, Mr. Arthur Christensen. we, the Hi Life staff of nineteen hundred fifty nine, de :ca e o y ,filllfl pq , if CQ Jacket's starting eleven Great catch by Kellogg Flashaar on the move against Charlotte Mulick gains yardage against Ionia 1958 l'IllS'l' 'PAC nn: nnvms - 'rnmcx' lcxrux nixrms - Nw: umm - rmmgni 9 ,. mcl.mNu- I l illam' u,xs'nNns - seznmcvv All DST VALILKBLE BKLE CLUB sr amms- rLAsmxiuv..m'1e r:xm1u.o'r'1'lf 1 ' '. mmxn l.ElN?'i-!- l.owm.l, - ufx v M 0ST TACKLES PLAYICR W1 C ETS SEA!-NDN mum' NYE m,,li QQ"- nmnm James Q 1 'fn Wim 1 LUSS 7 S" ... L ,g,,,i,,:, 'png 1 C0-I IA1"l'A INS -' llfllilill Jackets' First ULSICN, EU NIUIJCK Tackle Club uf Kingsbury surrounded by Eaton Rapids They iusf can'T cover Kellogg V Grab if Schnepp! Coach Smith is happy after Belding victory 77 V's Close Best Season in Years FIRST ROW, left to right: Bill Stockton, Bill Letts, Jerry Goodwin, Terry Bradley, Jim Garvey, Paul Kraus, Jim Paris, Eugene Anderson, Ron Thompson, Dale James, Gordy Goodwin, Adrian Baum- gardner, Bob Clark. SECOND ROW, left to right: Francis Smith, Dave Skinner, Dick Czarnopis, John Hurst, Dale Lar- sen, Tom Lewis, Gary Tobey, Doug Olsen. THIRD ROW, left to right: Coach Diehl, Jerry Neilsen, Tom Andersen, Stanley Blumberg, Chuck Hancock, Harold Schroll, Coach Kring. Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville 78 Lakeview lonia Belding Big Rapids Lakeview Ithaca Coach Diehl and Coach Kring look over the schedule - .l.fE"- J Pr' 'L , , A LINE, left to right: Dale James, Jim Garvey, Paul Kraus, Jim Paris, Eugene Anderson, Ron Thomp- son, Terry Bradley. BACKFIELD, left to right: Gordy Goodwin, Adrian Baumgardner, Bill Lctts, Jerry Goodwin. J.V.'S FIRST STRING V Action Shots Y- f I fx . Bill Letts takes the pitch out Don Kraus charges the opponents Ron Thompson exhibits punting form 79 yfiaai 9335? J I kjffi 445 9 X5 - Q X xl' Qastg Q an 'f Nw' U., My se i we Coach Finch discusses free-throw statistics with the managers FOLLOWING "G": Coach Finch, Dale Barnes, Bruce Schnepp, Roger Sewell, Joe Hurd, Roger Hearn, Allen Baker, John Wood, Kent Guinnup, Dick Allen, Bill Johnson, Ed Mulick, Roger Os' trander, Dave Rop, Ed Eriksen, Dick Balcom. Jackets Finish Third in Conference Race Nov. 28 Dec. 5 Dec. l2 Dec. 19 Jan. 2 Jan. 9 Jan. 'l6 Jon. 23 Jan. 27 Jan. 30 Feb. 6 Feb. l3 Feb. 20 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 80 Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Eaton Rapids 64 lonia 43 Charlotte 50 Grand Ledge 59 Belding 27 Hastings 58 St. Johns 58 Eaton Rapids 69 lonia 54 Charlotte 58 Grand Ledge 61 Belding 32 Hastings 54 St. Johns 62 Lakeview 57 Roger Hearn Ed Mulick Yellow Jacket Seniors 1959 Ken? GUif1nUP Roger Ostrand F d Guard Qfwqr 11 I 4,gL. s, M Qkixbw 4 ,, v, k ,4 m vs! 'S , YA ' A 53? 11 :I ra, 31 MPJDS Q. is x X SIQQ Q ...adv-pf Whc1's wrong Guinnup ? 1959 Val Slty Basketball Waiting for the rebound Rog in the process of being spilled 83 Nav. Dec. Def. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb Feb. 84 FIRST ROW, left to right: Bob McMeeken, Maurice Riehl, Bruce Fuller, Joe Sharpe, Wick McQueen, Jim Paris. SECOND ROW: Jess Ray, Adrian Baumgardner, Earl Ray, Tom Martin, Terry Bradley, Gene Mount, Coach Kring. Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville V's Experience Successful Year 50 Eaton Rapids 47 Ionia 37 Charlotte 40 Grand Ledge 41 Belding 48 Hastings 45 St. Johns 46 Eaton Rapids 42 Ionic: 42 Charlotte 59 Grand Ledge 36 Belding 39 Hastings 33 St. Johns 47 Lakeview Coach Kring advises Joe Sharpe about Hastings game ,Lim ,Ear , '-Mrwsfavwrf' - w J 1 , z-'vii i ,',.'.'A ' ,. ' 4.!9'o'- .4 . ', ' IZ- ', ' f: " if "" 'fl' xlgigwz W sn , . - t Q31 ,ma 1 ' f - -www?-W'-wi 9 ,, ,,a4, ., - ,W - J it f' xifgfw i t M if ",,g'ig' ,A A : '-2' 1' H -.1 T L' f YZ' 'its S 1552 ' lfdewu t Q5 , , .V W 4 N t N ,,:'.r,xXf1g L 'gf S c 'LLF4,gv:e:J gb. ef, , g ' ' Q if M W, Nt. is ., Y l A Q. gm ,. , nl , -, if ,M 2. Waiting forthe rebound Mount and McQueen watch and hope Mount shoots while Sewell and McQueen qwqir rebound Y. Moss confusion -I 1 , I l Earl Roy scores CONTENTS Classes... 6 - 25 Events .... ....... 26 - 41 Clubs... 42 - 71 Athletics .... ..... 72 - 93 Underelassmen ...... 94 - 113 Seniors. . . . . . . . 114 - 137 Advertisers. . . . . . . . 138 - 160 nil' As. I ,5s"Q,. 1 at ' he From left: Harry Leonard, manager, John "Dugan" Christensen, Ivan "Mitt" Leonard, J. B Hendry, Leo "Daney" Hansen, Ernest "Teed" Shepard, and Oscar "Ty" Fowler. Basketball Marks 50th Anniversary at G H S The first basketball team at G.H.S. was organized fifty years ago this year. The players wore uniforms made by their mothers, although they purchased warmup sweaters from a firm in New Hampshire. The six sweaters, with GHS on the front, cost a total of twenty-eight dollars. The team practiced and played its games in the old Phelps Opera House, on the site of the present Silver Theatre. There was no coach, not even a rule book, and the boys practiced with a football until their basketball arrived. The charge was one dollar per night for practice, while a fee of fifteen dollars was charged for the hall on game nights. Eligibility rules were different, too. One member of the team graduated in June of T908 but took a post-graduate course the next year and was able to play. The HI LIFE of 1959 saluted the basketball team of 1909, the first one at our school, G.H.S. sr V x4 'fix Coach Finch receives trophy and medals Tournaments B Balcom shoots a iump sho? Greenville 49 Rockford 48 Greenville 62 Lakeview 57 lofi . Reglonal Pla Greenville 52 Rogers City Hearn tries for a rebound Guim-,up goes up for Q bqgkef if -sg,-,,l ,.--s-.....-,l--, B , FIRST ROW, left to right: Allen Lincoln, Al Baker, Joe Sharpe, Tom Leclear Bill Luker Larry Stolz John Weber, Jim Grant. SECOND ROW: Bob Snyder, Dale James, Bill Letts, Gary Fountain, Roger Sage John Peck Eric Andersen, Bill West, Ron Dietz. THIRD ROW: Don Wallace, Roger Craig, Dale Larsen, Vernon Petersen Lyle House Dan Hyde Robert Meyers, Jr Ackley, Bob Clark, Coach Diehl, FOURTH ROW: Roger Olsen, Joe Yeomans, Bob McMeeken, Ron. Thompson Matt Valenta Jim Wood, Roger Phillips, Gary Hansen, Ed Eriksen. Along the Cinder Path... The track team at Greenville has been one of the strong points of the in the past. Last year they finished second in the conference and third in Veterans that should lead the way toward the title this year include sen-880 yard run, Bill Luker-dashes, Rog Olsen, Ed Eriksen and Rag Sage Sharpe-pole vault and John Peck-mile run. Coach Diehl expects the shot be his big point producer this year. The Jackets have two youngsters who should help the squad in the boys are Al Baker-high iump, and Gary Fountain-dashes. nuqgav' Y N , R 5. t nl XXX xr, X i 3 Take Me Gut to the Ballgame This year the baseball team will be aiming for their third straight title. Coach Kin- ney will be back after a year's absence as head coach. The Jackets will have only three returning lettermen from last year's team. They are Vince Kellogg-pitcher, Ed Mulick-intielder, and Dave Lehmkuhl-pitcher. Other prom- ising boys include: Dale Barnes, Dick Allen, Duane Miller, Dave Rop and Dick Balcom. The schedule for this year is as follows: Big Rapids QU, Eaton Rapids CHD, lonia CTI, Rockford ITD, Big Rapids KHP, Belding CHD, Hastings KTJ, St. Johns ITD, Charlotte CHQ, and Grand Ledge KU. FIRST ROW, left to right: Bill Crothers Dave Dalman, Ray Tower SECOND ROW: Coach Smith, John Wood, Glenn House, Mike Jensen, Walt Jaehing. Fore! 1 , 1 , Coach Smith's golf team will be out to capture the conference championship this Yedr. Last year the team finished third in the conference, and second in regional play. The title hopes are pinned on John Wood, who is undoubtedly the best golfer in the conference. Also, returning with Wood is Walt Jaehnig. These two boys ore the only returning lettermen. Others who should help the team are Bob Bolslev, Gary Scranton, Bill Crothers, Ray Tower, Dave Dalman, and Glenn House. The schedule will include Eaton Rapids, lonia, Belding, Hastings, St. Johns, Charlotte, qnd Grand Ledge. Y' ' W 3. V.. .AJ i' fy! FIRST Row, Left to right: Kent Guinnup. Bruce Schnepp, Roger Jofjes- SECOND ROW: Roger Ostrander, Eflk E"lk5enf GCVY NYe' Mr' Robmson' Men of the Court... Tennis has returned as a varsity sport at Greenville. It was revived in the 1956 season. This year's seniors were members of that first team. Last year the team finished third in the conference scoring twenty-one points and allowing their opponents nine. The "netters" should be a real threat in the title race this season. They have such outstanding performers as, Roger Ostrander, Gary Nye, Kent Guinnup, Erik Eriksen, and Bruce Schnepp. Roger Jones is vastly improved and will undoubtedly be a real asset to the team. Left fo right: Bonnie Hemmes, Geraldine Dalrymple, Marlene Hansen, Kathy Spohn, Jan Nielsen Fite - Team - Fite... W 1 Le1's fight! High into the air ,J 32-ff? M FIRST ROW Left to right: Nancy Inaersoll Gwen Wnlllams Mary Lee Bnssell SECOND ROW, Left to right Penney Bradley Sue Haddlx Eleanor Stncker Cheerleaders Lead Teams to Vlctor 1 4---l .4


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