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To you. Miss Greenawalt, we the Seniors of 1950
dedicate this annual. in an attempt to express our appre-
ciation for your kindly interest and faithful guidance
through our high school years.
It has been our pleasure to regard you as a friend
as well as a teacher. and we know you will live forever
in the hearts of all who come to know you.
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FRONT ROW: Miss Greenlwaltg Mrs. Gardnerg Mrs. Young. Principal.
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In 1946 the following seventeen members of the Freshman Class
entered Holton High School: Ronald Anderson, Reva Cooper, Marilyn
Daily, Alice Burley, Ann Gibson. Glen Gibson, Dorothy Henry, Betty
Murat, Donna Hall, Darlene Matthews, Peggy La Mont, Morris Pederson
Lavada Richards. Billy Rossiter, Dolores Schroeder, Paul Slater. and
Peggy La Mont and Ronald Anderson dropped out while two new
students, George and jim Kaw, joined our class but they too dropped
out in the middle of the year.
Our class officers were President: Darlene Mathewsg Vice-
President: Billy Rossiterg Secretary: Patti Syersg Treasurer: Lavada
Richards: Student Council Representative: Ann Gibson.
In 1947, sixteen students enrolled in the Sophomore Class of
H. H. S. They were Reva Cooper, Alice Burley, Marilyn Daily, Ann
Gibson, Glen Gibson, Dorothy Henry, Donna Hall, Betty Murat, Morris
Pederson. Lavada Richards, Betty Lynn, Billy Rossiter, Dolores
Schroeder. Darlene Matthews, Paul Slater, and Patti Syers.
Alyce Ransom joined our class in the middle of the year to
make it seventeen students in our jolly group.
Our class officers were President: Dolores Schroeder: Vice-
President: Billy Rossiterg Secretary: Betty Lynn: Treasurer: Patti
In September of '48, eleven students were enrolled in the
junior Class. They were Alice Burley, Ann Gibson. Glen Gibson.
Dorothy Henry, Donna Hall, Betty Murat, Morris Pederson, Lavada
Richards, Billy Rossiter, Paul Slater, and Patti Syers.
Alice Burley and Morris Pederson dropped out but we had
three new students, Leora Moon, Fern Mumper, and Frances Smith,
to fill their places.
Our class officers were President: Patti Syersg Vice-Pres-
ident: Ann Gibsong Secretary-Treasurer: Billy Rossiterg Student
Council Representative: Betty Murat and Glen Gibson.
In September 1949, twelve students enrolled in the Senior Class
to rule over the underclassmen. They were Ann Gibson. Glen Gibson.
Dorothy Henry, Betty Murat, Leora Moon, Fern Mumper, LeRoy
Pederson, Lavada Richards, Billy Rossiter, Paul Slater, Frances Smith
and Patti Syers.
LeRoy Pederson entered our Senior Class to finish high school
after serving three years in the army.
Class officers were President: Billy Rossiterg Vice-President:
Glen Gibsong Secretary: LeRoy Pedersong Treasurer: Paul Slater.
Senior Class Will
I, Ann Gibson. will all my dances at Blue Heaven to my sister, Alice,
and hope she has as much fun as I did.
I. Frances Smith, will my sensitive nature to Donna Homan.
I, Leora Moon. will two long years of high school to my sister. Elna.
l, Dorothy Henry, will my five feet to Doug Johnston.
I, Patti Syers, will a few strands of hair to our bald headed teacher,
1. LeRoy Pederson, leave my quietness to Victor Smith. He surely needs
I. Betty Murat, will my ability to get into trouble to Celia Pfeiffer.
I. Lavada Richards, leave my ability to copy algebra to Max Noble.
1. Glen Gibson, leave my ability to flirt with girls to Fred Rudat.
l, Paul Slater. leave my ability to get into Dutch with my girl to Owen
I. Fern Mumper. leave my mathematical ability to the Seventh Grade
who can't even write a number with six digits.
I. Billy Rossiter. will my ability to pull the wool over everyone's eyes
to my brother. Lyle.
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BACK ROW: Left to Right: Christine Tomarasg Vera Creggg Carl Christensen: Mike Higbyg Rally
Townsendg Lester Vermilyea: Don Welsh: joan Bean.
FRONT ROW: Pattie Marving Fred Rudat: Max Noble: Geraldine Henry: Victor Smithg Celia Pfeiffer.
Not Pictured: Donna Homang Marva Wiggers.
THIRD ROW: Left to Right: jerry Mumperg jim Dyerg Ted Osborneg Ray Syers1Elna Moon.
SECOND ROW: Betty Kawg Arlene jeifersong Neal Blakkang Eleanor Dageng Carol jean Langlerp
FIRST ROW: Peggy Scanlon: Douglas johnstong Marvin Richards: Benny Kulczyslzi: Douglas Crossg
No! Pictured: Charles Kiogema: Marlene Burley.
TIIDD IUYS Lol! to light: Mnrlon Smith: Leonard Welsh: Wsrren Olson: Edward Dngeng Glen
Porgnsong Bsrnnrd Burrlngtong George Psrmenter: Donna Franken: Maxine Lone.
Rober! Crswlord: Msrns Bogus: Alles Gibson: Delores Pederson: Mary Lon Reed
llsrvs Moon: Shiny Brsnnnmg Pegg Monnette: Richard Crawford: Elaine
jsmss Hlcksg Men-lllyn Kamlngl Albert Smith: Bruce Smith: Louise Kruszynsklg
Not Pictured: Betty Gue-
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BACK ROW: Le!! to Right: Nesl Blskksn: jim Dyer: Lester Vermilyesz Rolly Townsend: Ted Osborne:
Dan Welsh: Benny Kulczyskiz Conch. Mr. Ksstre.
FRONT ROW: Mike Higby: Marvin Richards: Douglas Johnston: Douglas Cross: jerry Mumper.
THIRD ROW: Left to Right: jim Dyer. Leiter Verrnilyea. Douglas johnson. Rowland Townsend,
Max Noble, William Roeaiter.
SECOND ROW: jim Jonavan. Glen Ferguson. Marvin Richards, Ray Syerl. Fred Rudat. Charles Syers.
Douglaa Cx-ole. Leonard Welsh, Coach, Mr. Kastre. Benny Kulczyski. Neal Blakkan.
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On May 6. 1949. the juniors entertained
the Seniors at the Annual Prom in the
high school auditorium. Music was by
junior King and his Orchestra.
THIRD ROW: Marva Wlggere: Ann Gibson: Eleanor Dagen: Marlene Burley: Leora Moon: Patty
Syerl: Marlon Smhh: Marv: Moon: Elna Moon: Donna Franklin.
SECOND ROW: Vera Cregg: Patty Marvin: Betty Eckert: Arlene jefferson: Christine Tomaras:
Teacher, Mra. Gardner: Louise Kruayznlki: Delores Pederson: Shirley Branam:
Carol jean Langler: Peggy Monnette.
FIRST ROW: Mary Lou Reed: Peggy Scanlon: Myrna Bogue: Alcie Gibson: Dorothy Henry: Elaine
Vermilyea: Betty Kaw: Merrllyn Koning.
The Scarlet Ghost
Watch Out for Spooks
The Scarlet Ghost
On May IZ and 13, 1949, the Senior Class, then juniors, gave
"The Scarlet Ghost," to two capacity audiences at the Town Hall. Our
director was Mrs, Mattie j. Gardner, assisted by Mr. Dominic Kastre.
The cast consisted of Patti Syers, Lavada Richards. Billy Rossiter, Ann
Gibson, Dorothy Henry. Leora Moon, Paul Slater, Glen Gibson. Frances
Smith, and Fern Mumper.
,U-,,W'atch Out for Spookscm
The nineteenth and twentieth of December, 1949, were nights
of stage performance for the Senior Class. "Watch Out For Spooks"
was given with great success.
The cast was: Patti Syers, Billy Rossiter, Ann Gibson. Fern
Mumper, Dorothy Henry, LeRoy Pederson, Leora Moon, Frances Smith.
Paul Slater, Lavada Richards. Betty Murat.
Junior-Senior Banquet 1949
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Toastmaster . . . .
Response . . .
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for our banquet was:
Pens and Carrots
Rolls and Butter
Apple Pie Ala Mode
. . . Mr. Dominic Ksstre
. . . Miss Helen Greemwalt
. . . William Rossiter
. . . Marcelllne Carr
. . . Mrs. jean Gardner
. . . . Mr. Allsn G. Robinson
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BEST WISHES TO
THE SENIORS OF HOLTON HIGH SCHOOL
THE GERBER BABY
Gerber Proclucrs Co.
Prices Within Reach Of A11, Combined With The Better
Service And Better Variety Of An Above-Average Market
Makes Os1und's Super Market In Twin Lake A Favorite
Shopping Center With Folks For Miles Around.
STOP AND SHOP AT OSLUND'S
TWIN LAKE MICHIGAN
A. P. Reber Co.
HAS BEEN SELLING GOOD CLOTHING TO THE STUDENTS
AND GRADUATES OF HOLTON SCHOOL FOR 51 YEARS.
THE SAME GOOD VALUES
THE SAME GOOD SERVICES MAY BE FOUND TODAY
ARROW SHIRTS-HOLEPROOF HOSIERY
JARMON SHOES-JANTZEN SPORTS WEAR
JOCKEY SHORTS-BOTANY TIES
FREMONT PHONE 405 MICHIGAN
BROWNIES GRILL AND DAIRY BAR
Hamburgers-Light Lunches-Homemade Pies And Soups
Plate Dinner At Noon
Phvne 2401 M-20 At Holton
Bowl For Health
Proprietor Carl H. johnson
Fremont Phone 3 Michigan
Saturday Night-Glen Sullivan
Beer And Wine To Take Out-Lunches
Holton Phone 2402 Michigan
Bud's Snock Bor
Meet Your Friends Here
Sundies - Sodas - Sandwiches
TI-IE CAMERA CENTRE
Cameras And Supplies
Movie Equipment And Rentals-Photo Finishing
18 West Main Street
Fremont Phone 685 Michigan
Oliver Farm Machinery-Pontiac Automobiles
Fremont 404 West Main Street Michigan
FREMONT CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.
Lots Of Success To The Graduates
Feed, Seeds, Fertilizer, Farm Machinery. Fencing And Coal
H A P P Y H O I.. I.. O W
A Good Place To Eat
A Good Place To Play
Restaurant And Recreation
FREMONT FLORAL. AND NURSERY
"Yours For Flowers"
Expert Floral Designing
Plants, Trees And Shrubs
Congratulations And Best Wishes
PALMERS DRUG STORE
fOn The Corner,
All Watches Timed Electronically
OZ Theatre Building
General Hardware And Sporting Goods
Fremont Phone 219-W Michigan
DEUR CHEVROLET SALES
Best Wishes To Class Of 1950
New Cars-Trucks-Used Cars
Fremont I L' Michigan
502 West Main Street
UMBER 8: FUE
L C O M P A N Y
MAIN ST. GREENHOUSE 8: FLORAL SHOP
Milli jesty. Proprietor
"A Growing Business-Let Us Grow For You"
Holton Agent-jackson Service Station
514 East Main Street Phone 759
FREMONT TRACTOR SALES
232 West Main Street
D A K E S Q'U A L
I T Y S E R V I C E
Frozen Food Lockers
Smoking And Curing
Phone Holton .1554
HOME TOWN SUPER MARKET
Good Place To Trade Every Day Of The Week
Complete Line Meats-Produce-Groceries
And Frozen Foods
Fremont ZZ East Main Michigan
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
B. L.. Froehle, Owner
DETER'S SC TO 51.00
Fremont 14 East Main Michigan
Boom 's SHOE STORE
High Schoo'1 Footwear A Specialty
Fittings Checked By X-Ray
Expert Prompt Shoe Repair
Frernont Phone 98 Niichigan
Frigidaire Sales And Services
Household And Commercial Service
james Hollowell, Manager
Fremont Phone 502 Michigan
R A I N B O W I N N
Beer-W ine-Liquor -Chicken-Fish-Steaks
We Specialize In Chicken-Steak-Giblets
Holton Phone 2211 Michigan
TWIN LAKE LUMBER CO.
Quality Building Material Of All Kinds
Phone Holton 2462 Twin Lake, Michigan
Complete Electrical And Plumbing Sales And Service
Holton Phone 2311 Michigan
FREMONT STATE BANK
Conga atulations Seniors
Fresh Bake Goods Daily
Special Cakes For Special Occasions
Mr.. And Mrs.. Ralph King,- Proprietors
Fremont Phone 272 Michigan
ANCELICA'S EAT SHOP
Fremont Phone 773 Michigan
SWANSON STUDIO MARY'S DRIVE'-IN
To Class Of 1950
Twin Lake, Michigan
Watches And Clocks
CRANDELL AND ENSING
Meet Us For Better Meats
5 West Main
SEYMOUR RADIO SHOP
Radios And Television
FREMONT BARGAIN STORE
A sphalt Tile
MOYER'S DRY GOODS STORE
32 West Main
Compliments Of Congratulations Class Of '50
WITTE BROTHERS HINDES BLOCK CO.
New And Used Furniture Building Material
Phone 293 Phone Holton 2297
Fremont. Michigan Twin Lake Michigan
YEAGERS BARBER SHOP
THE "LOU-EMMA" Compliments
Holton, Michigan A FRIEND
TO THANK THE ADVERTISERS
FOR HELPING MAKE THIS BOOK POSSIBLE
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