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ting this annual to you, Mr. Robinson.
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Agnes DeHart, Mr. Allen G. Robinson, Mr, john Bytwerk, Mr.
Mrs. Sally Hansen formerly attended Western State College
of Michigan, After leaving College, she taught school in Benzee
County. She then came to Holton where she is teaching the Znd
3rd, and 4th grades.
lwrs. Rose Skidemore formerly attended Ferris Institute
and Western State College of Michigan. After leaving college
she taught in Traverse County, Lake County, Newaygo County,
and Muskegon County. Her first year at Holton, she taught
the Znd, 3rd, and 4th grades. Her second year here she
taught the Znd, 3rd, and 4th grades the first semester and
the second semester she is teaching the 5th and 6th grades.
Miss Nellie Taylor formerly attended Newaygo County
Normal, Western State College, and Central State College.
Before coming to Holton, she taught in Newaygo County,
Mecosta County, Lake County, and Muskegon County. Her first
year at Holton she taught the Kindergarten, lst, and Znd grades.
Her second year here she taught the Kindergarten and lst
grades. During her 3rd. year here she taught the Kindergarten,
lst and Znd the first semester and has been teaching the Kinder-
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ing Home Economics and Speech to the High School grades for the past
Mrs. Agnes DeHart formerly attended Mount Pleasant Normal and re-
ceived her A. B. Degree from Kalamazoo Normal. Before coming to Holton
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English to the High School grades.
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army where he was an Instructor. During his past two years as Supt. of
Holton, he has taught Commercial Studies and been our athletic coach.
Mr. john Bytwerk formerly attended Muskegon junior College, Calvin
College, Grand Rapids, University of Colorado, and then returned to Calvin
College. I-Ie was in the army and was an instructor while in the service.
During his past year at Holton he has been teaching the 7th and 8th grades
and Social Sciences.
Mr. Cliff Wing formerly attended Michigan State Normal. He was then
Supt. of Alba School for 4 years and then left the teaching profession for a
few years. He began teaching at Holton at the beginning of the second se'
mester and has been teaching General Mathematics, Chemistry, Government,
and Introduction to Business.
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WILLIAM M EDEMA
Bill Medema entered Holton High School in September, 1943. During
the summer following his sophomore year he joined the navy. At the pre-
sent time he is stationed in California.
During this school year Bill has taken and successfully passed the test
provided by the navy which qualifies sailors for a high school diploma if
the high school accepts the work.
Bill's work has been accepted. Therefore he will be the fourteenth
graduate of the 1948 class.
-Ioe Filipiak entered Holton High School in September, 1944. After com
pleting his sophomore year he joined the navy. He is now stationed at the
U. S. Naval Hospital at Bethesda, Maryland.
joe, too, has taken, and passed the qualifying test for a high school
The fifteenth graduate of the 1948 Class will be joe Filipiak.
The senior class extends congratulations and a welcome to Bill and joe
who are joining the 1948 graduating class.
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CLASS PR OPHEC Y
Hello, what's this? Are my eyes deceiving me? l'm sure that sign
said- -but, oh no, that just couldn't be--yes, it really did! That sign ac-
tually said "Podunk City Limits". My, my, how time has changed things
here. Why I remember when this was merely a gravel pit.
Ah, well, stranger things have happened! Let's travel around a bit
and see if we can find anyone we know. Shall we be on our way?
Look, here's a hotel. The sign over the door has "Stagger Inn" writ-
ten on it. Let's stay here for the night.
"Say, Clerk, we would like to--why Grace Steger! What on earth are
you doing here? The last I knew of you, you were in partnership with
F. W. Woolworth. Did you join new forces or just dissolve partnership?
So we spend an hour chatting over old times with Grace. Since we
last saw her, she has been married three times and has now settled
down in Podunk to run a very successful hotel, minus all three men!
Divorces do come in handy.
What's this? Why that child looks like someone I used to know ----
"Say, girlie, what's your name?" ------- "You say jessica Pyatt?" -------
"Could your father and mother's name by any chance be Ted and Patty?
-----"It is? Well, fancy that!"
So Ted finally married Patty Syers and settled down to raise his
large family. That must be his lumber store we see down the street.
Ah yes, "Pyatt and Son's, Inc." Do remind us to stop in and see him
before we leave. l-le and I used to get along fine.
Why they even have theatres in Podunk. Look, tonight is a stage play.
I wonder who is playing. Here's a poster. It reads: "You've seen her in
pictures, you've heard her on the air, now see her in person. We proudly
present Elvira Wiggers and her golden voice under the management of the
great Walter Dublinski Smith, owner of the Met Opera House."
My, my, my, here they come out of the theatre now. Let's see what
they have to say.
"Hello Walter and Fflvira. lt's been quite awhile since---you say
you married someone from New York, Elvira? And you Walter, finally
did talk Delores Schroeder into seeing things your way? ---- How charming!
Well, we must be running along. See you tonight."
Goodness! l'm certainly glad we decided to visit this town. We've
met so many people we know. lt's hardly possible to believe that one could
meet so many old class mates in a town like ----- What's that, paper boy?
An extra? Let nie see one of ---------
Class Prophecy lContinuedl
Well Dick Rollenhagen--of all the people we expected to see on a street
corner selling newspapers, you're not one. You mean to say that you own
all of the theatres here and sell papers in your spare time? You always
were the ambitious type. ---- Oh so you married Netta jean Henry and now
you live here in Podunk? ---- My, how nice. Why not join us at the theatre
tonight to see Elvira's performance? We'll have a class reunion. ---- Fine,
see you then.
Look---Isn't that jacquie Cooper just going into the Chronicle office?
Let's stop her and see if she'l1 join us tonight.
Say jacquie, it's been a long time since we last saw you. ---- Imagine
you being president of the "Podunk Daily Blah". l'1l wager you'd still be
dipping ice cream if it weren't that at the last minute Don Ro1lenhagen's
millions hadn't caught your eye. ---- Oh, yes, everyone knows all about Don
and how he established Newspapers all over the United States. You married
him shortly after his fame didn't you?
So ,Iacquie promises faithfully to meet us at the theatre tonight and we
continue on our way.
Did we tell you about Delores Dagen? Well Walter let us in on the
scoop so we'll pass it along. Shortly after graduating from Holton, it seems
she invented a new typewriter lwith a "leave-no-mark" eraser attachedl
and is now in Washington in big business. Lucky girl. Next thing we know
she will be running for President of the United States.
We met Darlene Syers, fused to be Matthews, and she tells us Warren
is "snipe" hunting but she expects to "find" him home when she arrives
there from shopping. They'll be glad to meet us at the theatre. She tells
us the last time Warren went Snipe hunting, he was gone for four weeks.
We wonder why???
There's Bob Rollenhagen coming toward us. L.et's tell him to join us
tonight at the theatre too.
Hello Bob, what have you been doing these past few years?---l'd never
believed it if l hadn't heard it from you. Imagine you singing on Hit Parade
now. How time does change things. ---- You're home to visit your family now
You mean to say you married Mabel Mueller? Fine! How about meeting us
tonight at the theatre? Bring Mabel and We'1l see you both there. Bye.
Now who have we missed that was in our class. Surely we can find the
rest here. You say Mason Trygstad? Oh we're dreadfully sorry we didn't
introduce ourselves. You see Mason and l lVivian Syers that isl decided to
look up the old gang so we have been touring around to see if we could find
them, Where is Mason at the present time? Oh he went back to Grace's
hotel to see if Carol is ready to join us yet. Mason is now running the Old
Gold tobacco industry and they are doing fairly well in the financial situation.
Class Prophecy lContinuedy
Here they come now. They really are a stunning couple.
Well, I'll let Mason take over now, perhaps he can give you a few more
pointers about the old gang.
It seems that we have left out one of our Senior Class mates. Oh, yes,
Vivian Syers. Perhaps you might be interested to know she married Harold
Dulyea. They are now running the Blue Heaven and have a thriving business
They have made their first million and have started on their second. They
are planning on building a recreation center in Holton.
We wonder what the old gang will be doing ten years from now. Let's
make it a point to look in on them then.
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next years Senior Class.
I, Walter Smith, will my corny jokes to Bobby Caw who seems to be the only
one who appreciates them.
I, Warren Syers, will my ability to go steady to Carol Nutt.
I, Mason Trygstad, will my year's romances to Miss Greenawalt.
I, Donald Rollenhagen, will my ability to study to Max Noble.
l, Ted Pyatt, leave Patty Syers to two more years of high school.
I, Robert Rollenhagen, leave for the railroad.
I, Richard Rollenhagen, leave part of my pension to the school gymnasium fund.
l, Elvira Wiggers, leave my ability to talk to Cecelia Pfeiffers.
I, Vivian Syers, will my typing ability to Glen Gibson,
I, Grace Steger, leave my job at Woolwox-th'sto some other ambitious Holton-ite
I, Dolores Dagen, leave my ambition to be an old maid to Donna Homan.
l, jacquelyn Cooper, leave my "new look" to Elizabeth Rosencrantz..
I, Netta .lean Henry, leave to become assistant manager of the Gillette Razgr
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
In September of 1944, Z9 students enrolled in the Freshman class of
H. H. S. They were as follows: Elizabeth Bacon, Ruth Bevins, Colon
Buitendorp, Charles Cooper, Evelyn Cooper, jacquie Cooper, Billy Cregg,
Delores Dagen, james Haywood, joseph Fillipiak, George Fitzgerald, james
Dailey, Virginia Lannon, Andrew Miller, Marilou Packingham, Ted Pyatt,
Arnold Richards, Walter Smith, Grace Steger, Vivian Syers, Warren Syers,
Mason Trygstad, Evelyn Westenfelder, Donald Westenfelder, Elvira Wiggers,
Anita Burley, Helen Hershey, Donald Rollenhagen, and Robert Koehler.
Early in the school year some of the thirty students dropped out. By
the end of the year only twenty-four remained in the class.
Class officers were as follows: President-Grace Steger, Vice-Presi-
dent-Ted Pyatt, Secretary-Evelyn Cooper, Treasurer-jacquie Cooper.
Our King and Oueen candidates were Ted Pyatt and Grace Steger.
In 1945, twenty students enrolled in the Sophomore class on September
4, they were as follows: Anita Burley, Evelyn Cooper, jacquie Cooper,
Delores Dagen, joseph Fillipiak, George Fitzgerald, Helen Hershey, Andrew
Miller, Marilou Packingharn, Ted Pyatt, Donald Rollenhagen, Walter Smith,
Grace Steger, Vivian Syers, Warren Syers, Mason Trygstad, Donald Westen-
felder, Evelyn Westenfelder, Elvira Wiggers, and Beverly Kage.
Class officers were as follows: President-Beverly Kage, Vice-President-
Ted Pyatt, Secretary- Vivian Syers, Treasurer-Evelyn Cooper, and Student
Council Representative-Evelyn Westenfelder. Beverly Kage dropped out and
Andrew Miller filled the place of President.
Our King and Oueen candidates were Mason Trygstad and Vivian Syers,
In September of '46, 17 students enrolled in our junior class. They were
as follows: Evelyn Cooper, jacquie Cooper, Delores Dagen, Andrew Miller,
Ted Pyatt, Donald Rollenhagen, Walter Smith, Grace Steger, Vivian Syers,
Warren Syers, Mason Trygstad, Elvira Wiggers, Netta Jean Henry, Hazel
Macl..aren, Catherine Burns, Pat Darchuck, and Doris Moon.
Class officers were as follows: President-Ted Pyatt, Vice-President-
Donald Rollenhagen, Secretary and Treasurer-Vivian Syers, and Student
Council Member-Evelyn Cooper.
Our King and Queen candidates were Ted Pyatt and jacquie Cooper.
jacquie was crowned Queen of H. H. S. at our annual King and Oueen Ball.
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In '47, 14 students enrolled in our Senior class. They were as follows:
jacquie Cooper, Delores Dagen, Ted Pyatt, Donald Rollenhagen, Dick
Rollenhagen, Bob Rollenhagen, Walter Smith, Vivian Syers, Warren Syers,
Grace Steger, Elvira Wiggers, Netta jean Henry, Mason Trygstad and Donald
Bob and Dick Rollenhagen joined our class after leaving the class of
'46 behind and serving for 18 months in the service. Don Westenfelder
dropped out leaving us the unlucky number of 13 Seniors.
Officers were as follows: President-Mason Trygstad, Vice-President-
Grace Steger, Secretary and Treasurer-Vivian Syers.
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Back row ll. to r.I'Elizabeth Rosencrantz, Mable Mueller, Shirley Clark,
Dorothy Smith, Delores Young, joan Wills.
Front row-Elizabeth Bacon, Martha Slater, Marcelline Carr, Wayne Richards,
Patricia Lynn, Margery Tl'Y8stad.
No picture-Paul Blakkan, Carol Nutt, Mary Lou Nutt.
Back row ll. to r.l'Vera Cregg, Patty Marvin, Robert Knash, Marva Wiggers,
Eugene Rollenhagen, Inez MacLaren, Beverly Phillips.
Middle row-Cecelia Pfeiffer, Delores Hanson, Donna Homan, Victor Smith,
Willis Matthews, Joan Bean, Gerry Henry. .
Front row-Carl Christensen, Donald Welsh, Rolly Townsend, Max Noble,
Lester Vermilyea, Andy Burrington, Barbara Hall.
No picture-Betty Crawford, Stanley Burley.
Back row fl. to r.l'Dorothy Henry, Lavada Richards, Ann Gibson, Reva
Cooper, Betty Lynn.
Middle row-Darlene Matthews, Delores Schroeder, Billy Rossiter, Marilyn
Dailey, Betty Murat.
Front row-Donna Hall, Glen Gibson, Morris Pederson, Alice Burley, Paul
No picture-Patti Syers.
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THE RED DEVIL
The third volume of the Red Devil, the school paper, has been printed
The juniors and Seniors sold a great amount of advertising space in the
Red Devil and consequently were able to help buy a new mimeograph machine
for the school.
Almost all of the work on the paper has been done after school and at
nights. No school time is planned for this activity. This arrangement is
not altogether satisfactory because not enough people are given the oppor-
tunity to help with the school paper.
The most interesting feature of each issue is the Tasty-Tid-Bits Columns
Students eagerly read the paper to see if they have made the gossip column.
Each year the juniors and Seniors endeavor to make the paper better
and a bigger asset to the school.
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December 19 -47 - Christmas vacation begins
Back row ll. to :J-Beverly Phillips, Eugene Rollenhagen,
Grace Singer, Billy Roaaiter, joan Willa, Betty Lynn.
Front row-Willie Matthews, Delores Schroeder, Max Noble,
Muon Trygatad, Margery Trygntad, Vivian Syara.
No picture-Paul Blakkan, Mary Lou Nutt, Patti Syen.
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ALUMNI OF HOLTON HIGH SCHOOL
Class of 1917:
Amy Klose and Benjamin Pederson
Class of 1918:
Class of 1919:
Elizabeth Thorsen '
Class of 1920:
Florence Clark, Lorna Ruggles, and Ray Wilks.
Class of 1921:
Lawrence Anderson, Beyetta Bernier, Lillian Church, Vivian
johnson, Rita jordan, Viola Murphy, Gladys Pomeroy,'Agnes Scott,
Class of 1922:
Leland Church, Mary Dagen, Mable Edgard, Reva Huntoon,
Gerald Wilks, Frank Vanderhaden, Pearl johnson, Louise Olson,
Mable Phillips, Frank Rasey, and Howard Ruggles.
Class of 1923:
Beatrice Anderson, Steven Church, Clara DeMars, Richard
jibson, Arthur Kempf, Luella Kempf, Audrey Gallap, Ruth Noble,
Helen Obenauf, Charles Proctor, Lester Swenson, Norma Gallup,
and Charles Labadie.
Class of 1924:
Lillian Whaley, Allen Wilks, Marie Archer, Lorraine Bernier,
Edna Ferguson, Gussie Grove, George johnson, Cora Knight, Beatrice
Leroux, William Mann, Corinne Martin, Edna Martin, Irene Pomeroy.
Class of 1925:
Willis johnson, Bernie johnson, Rosa Nash, Lillian Nelson,
Doris Proctor, Iloe Ruggles, Emma Sorenson, Ellen Thorsen, Catherine
Titus, Margreeta Wiggers.
Class of 1926:
Agnes Martin, Lloyd Huntoon, Victor Blakkan, Eva Church,
Marion Morrison, William Nelson, Leroy Oatman, Corrine Saxton.
Class of 1927:
Lucille Black, Gordon Nash, Rose Martin, Cecil Swenson,
Robert Wright, Winnie Adams, Florence Holden, john Boersema,
Harris Cregg, Bernice Sorenson, Emma Thorsen, Robert Ander-
son, Clara Morrison, Elizabeth Marvin, Eva Knight, Frances
Swenson, Maxine Pomeroy, Robert Earl Kempf.
Class of 1928:
Ethel Dobe, Chester Lattin, Norma Nash, Henry Sherman,
Richard Simpson, Lester Vermilyea, Lucille Walsworth, Cecil
Pyatt, Franklin Hermance.
Class of 1929:
Maude Trowbridge, Dorothea Murphy, Harold Obenauf, Frances
Benson, Norvel Hansen, Doris Swenson, Leonard Zerlaut, Maynard
Kempf, Harvey Matthews, William Morrison, Ethel Pomeroy, Floyd
Rynberg, Marian Kernpf, Raymond Aslakson, Elbert Gant,
Class of 1930:
Marian Johnson, LeRoy Zerlaut, Mareta Hendrickson, Lloyd
Uzel, Virginia Schroeder, Eleanor Trygstad, Nora Aslakson,
Rachel Knight, Lavern Zerlaut, Alice Martin,
Class of 1931:
Maynard Kempf, Ruth Boersema, Walter C. Aslakson, Margaret
Cregg, Alex O. Bergl, Artis E. Swenson, James B. Morrison, Donna
E. Reefman, Ruth Marvin, Elizebeth J. Osterman, Luther C. Wilkes,
Josephine L. Goodhue, Gratia Blakkan, Charles J. Matthews,
Severt J. Swenson, Carrine J. Markley.
Class of 1932:
Mabelle Adarnes, Eloise Aslakson, Herbert Becker, Thurston
Carlson, Evelyn Crampton, Iona Cregg, Howard Gant, Doris Kempf,
Elwood Kempf, John Kooistra, Peter Osterman, Harold Gibson,
Maxine Moon, Marjorie Holding, Donald McSarley, Lyle Monette,
Glenn Proctor, Harry Rynberg, Crystal Schroeder, Oscar Trygstad,
Josephine Unger, Wills Walbrink, Floyd Zerlaut.
Class of 1933:
Lyle Kempf, Lois Wallace, Vernard Wilks, Audrey Walsworth,
Max Monette, Lucille Hansen, John Oliver, Frank Unger, Clayton
Goodhue, Charles Shedd, Roselyn Johnson, Eva Stitt, Erhard
Carlson, Dorothy Sliter, Mabel Lerough.
Class of 1934:
Albert Mikalich, Elfriede Becker, Donna Murphy, Irving
Hanson, Catherine Kooistra, Irving Gilbert, Lucille Lanciaux,
Lucille Leaton, Margaret Matthews, Edwin Gibson, Violet Johnson,
Ferdinand Bisson, Mary Slater.
Class of 1935:
Iris Johnson, Georgie Sliter, Dorothy Stapleton, Irene
Gibson, Molly Murphy, Lenara Pederson, Margery Rynberg, Ellen
Clayton, Wesely Houlding, Bertha Olson, Robert Trygstad, Louise
Class of 1936:
Lois Kabylarz, Lola Stitt, Mabel Trygstad, Lawrence Benson,
Josephine Swenson, Marcia Swenson, Leona Johnson, George Goodhue,
Monroe Boersema, Eleanor Nelson, Ernest Gibson, Cloyd Shedd,
Richard Knight, Mildred Martin,
Class of 1937:
Russell Obenauf, Agnes Nelson, Bernice J. Badeaux, Gertrude
L. Benson, Max E. Hermance, Chris E. Sorensen.
Class of 1938: A
Dorville MacLaren, Anna M. Christensen, Virginia Goodhue,
Paul Oliver, Edward Trygstad, Doris E. Cobb, Anna Hartung,
Adaline Rhodes, jewel L. Zeckzer.
Class of 1939:
Helen Blank, john Slater, Doris Gibson, David Saxton,
Walter Slowik, Grace Saxton, Ethel Brooks, Ray Brooks,
Vern johnson, Marion Trygstad, Don Packingham, Margaret
Class of 1940:
Donald Townsend, Fred Price, Virginia R. Stoll,
Robert L. South, Frank N. Noble, Yvonne Nila Rossiter, Dell
B. Oliver, Vernon G, White, Elmer H. Burns, Erma L. Perkins,
Helen joyce Murphy, Lillian Patelski.
Class of 1941:
Alyce Sherry Reddy, Elizabeth McGeever, Winfield R.
Studier, Harold Morrison, Lucylle V. Rossiter, Lillian
Hanke, Agnes Gibson, Francis R. Bonett, Emma Nelson,
Robert Brooks, jeanne Syers.
Class of 1942: -
Leonard Boersema, Marilyn Thill, Clarence Patelski,
Norma Saxton, Philip Murphy, Hubert Cobb, Helen Willard,
Louis Slater, Donna Furman, Grace Cripe, Roselie Reno,
Eugene Marshall, Lee Richards, Violet Broderick, Robert
Reno, Florence Hayes, Laurel Bottruf, john McGeever.
Class of 19435
' William Hiner, Frances Syers, Barbara Stenberg, ,Iessie
Cobb, Verlo johnson, Robert Hanke, Robert Packingham,
Blanche MacL.aren, Robert Syers, Lillian Broderick, Kenneth
johnson, Helen Christenson, Wesley Zerlaut, Alice Trygstad.
Class of 1944:
Noel Hermance, joyce Obenauf, Leorra Parker, Gloria
McCel1an, Otto Syers, jr., Louis Huntoon, Dorothy Boss,
Georgine Caswell, Violet O'Neal, Thelma Brooks.
Class of 1945:
john Patelski, Mary Lou Gibson, jack Blakkan,
Elizabeth Syers, Maxine Gregg, Edith Hayes, Mary White,
Margaret Pyatt, Katherine Medema, Waldo Osborn, jr.
Class of 1946:
Geraldine Cooper, Hermine Huntoon, Bertie Lou Santas,
Eloda Syers, Barbara Syers, Robert Harper, Richard Matthews,
Phyllis Rossiter, Allan Trygstad, Mavis Sterritt.
Class of 1947:
Amy Edsall, Eileen,Trygstad, Rita Freeza, Eugene
Goodhue, Grace Koehler, Natalie Hart, Mary Syers, jean Gibson,
Lowell Smith, Bernadine Carr, Robert Kruszynski, Henrietta
Steger, Helen Slater, Forrest Young, Etta Mae Reed, Shirley
Pyatt, Lorraine Nelson, Alice Ferguson.
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Dry Goods, Notions
Fremont Michigan I
Furniture and Undertaking
Ambulance Service and Chapel
Hammond Organ I
Day and Night - Phone 109 :
Fremont Michigan I
D. Westenfelder 8: Sons
Automotive Engine Rebuilders
Twin Lake, Michigan
Dry Goods - Meats - Vegetables
Twin Lake Tavern
Jimmie Weathers Orchestra
Fridays and Saturdays
Beer Wine Liquors
Twin Lake Michigan
A. P. Reber Co.
Has been selling good clothing to the stu-
dents and graduates of Holton School for 50
The same good values --------
The same good service may be found today.
SEYMOUR RADIO SHOP
ERWIN TINNEY COMPANY
F remont Michigan
DAKES QUALIT Y SERVICE
Frozen Food Lockers
Carl Dake, Manager
Phone Holton 3534
Cities Service Gas and Oil
KEITH JEWELR Y
jewelry and Gifts
Senora Radios and Fil-fer Oueen Vacuum Cleaners
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WILKS FARM SUPPLY
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Quality Meats and Groceries
Holton Phone 2381 Michigan
Beer Wine Liquors
Chicken Fish Steaks
We Specialize in Chicken Dinners
Buff Ldr1kh0rSt Morris Dekuiper
30 Weat Main At Prices You Can Fremont, Michigan
Afford to Pay
Frigidaire Sales and Service
Household and Commercial
james Hollowell, Manager
Phone 502 Fremont, Michigan
I Meet Your Friends At
"THE SNACK BAR"
Z6 East Main
GEE AND LUBKE
Hardware and Sporting Goods
Easy Washers, Zenith Radios, Flint and Walling
F re mont East Main Michigan
Class of 1948
FREMONT CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE COMPANY
"Lots of Success To The Graduates"
Feeds, Seeds, Farm Machinery and Coal
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MONETTE BEAUTY SHOP
Permanents - Machine or Machineless
B runswick, higan
FREMONT NIEAT MARKET
Formerly Baars Meat Market
Offering The Best in Meat at Low Prices
Leo Novosad, Proprietor
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FREMONT REFRIGERATED LOCKERS
Florist Telgraphed Anywhere
PAT McGOWEN'S SINCLAIR -SUPER -SERVICE
State at Main Street Fremont, Michigan
Expert Work on All Models
Home and Car Radios
Twin Lake Ned Turner Michigan
GRILL AND DAIRY BAR
Hamburgers, Malts, Light Lunches
M-Z0 At Holton Holton, Michigan
Atlas Tires and Batteries
Phone Z-L71 Quaker State Motor on Holton, Michigan
Chicken Dinners Our Specialty
C ong ratulat-i ons
CRANDELL AND ENSING
Fremont Phone 80 -W -310 Michigan
31 West Main Street . john L. D0k
FREMONT ELECTRIC SERVICE I
We Will Lighten Any Electrical Problem You
Electric Sale and Service Complete
Congratulations to Our Class of
Nationally Advertised Line of
The Store of Friendly Service
Home Cooked Food
We Serve Good Coffee
Phone 22 52
Groceries - Meats
322 East Main
WI-IYARD NEWS AND
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Odd Gifts and Music
3 14 West Main
Phone 2421 Holton
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