Morley Stanwood High School - Mohawk Yearbook (Morley, MI)

 - Class of 1965

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m. M . ;t ' i ' ..! -.tf;- ■•a ' ' ' . " vS ? M ' moHmm : .:k.:Wv..i ' ifc -, ' . ' % e«r.- A??- ' ' X - ? . 1 - If. M- - C j ,. ' J X 9gj T n i) % J 11 U , ' ' ) ' l iv L " ' rv ' w y A ' f " i 1 M i- ' o.- PRESENTING THE MOHAWK MORLEY STANWOOD HIGH SCHOOL MORLEY, MICHIGAN 1965 PUBLISHED BY STUDENT COUNCIL -V-:-- Our school year has swiftly closed and now we pause to catch a final glimpse of the happiness and friends we ' ve had We find ourselves holding closely to our hearts the fond memories of this past year at M. S. H. S. The 1965 MOHAWK is now yours You made it; we preserved it through word and picture. , :;-:.;- f ' ' v " Introduction . . School Staff . . Student Activities Athletics. . . . Classes .... Senior Highlights , Advertisements iiiiiil iiWiiiii ■ ■!:■. :} ' ;■:!■.. I ;-. ' TO MR. ROBERT L. SUPPLEE . . . our instrumental music director and friend, in view of his sincere helpfulness to students, faculty, and community, we respectfully dedicate this 196 5 MOHAWK. Twice a week Mr. Supplee directs the Junior Band in order to prepare them for more difficult music when they reach Senior Band. Besides directing the bands, Mr. Supplee has extra jobs to help band members prepare for perform- ances, such as here, tying ties. BOARD OF EDUCATION STANDING: Mr. Willard Bongard, Trustee; Mr. Donald Arndt, Trustee; Mr. Ralph Waldo, Vice-President; Mr. Carol Stout, Treasurer. SITTING: Mr. John Brockway, Secretary; Mr. Gerald Halvorsen, President; Mr. William Noud, Trustee. SECRETARIES Mrs. Geraldine Armstrong Secretary to the Principal Mrs. Helen Arndt Secretary to the Superintendent ADMINISTRATION B. S. Ferris State College M. A. University of Michigan MR. DONALD R. BEATON High School Principal MR. WALTON ERICKSON Superintendent of Schools B. S. Ferris State College M. A. Michigan State University SPECIAL FRIENDS GIVE ASSISTANCE BUS DRIVERS The students are driven to and from the high school by: Left to Right: Louis Powell, Floyd Moulter, Burton Lyle, Max Sharp, Junior Ross, George Crandall, Basil Beemer, and Harold Chipman. COOKS Mrs. Mary Thon, left, and Mrs. Treva Walker, together plan and prepare our daily lunches. This page sponsored by KITSON ' S POULTRY EQUIPMENT Morley, Michigan CUSTODIANS Bob Irwin, left, and Ray Paris keep our school neat and clean. MATH AND ITS USAGE Mr. McGregor explains a difficult algebra problem to students Judy Kelley and Larry Sharp. Mr. McGregor teaches all algebra clas- ses, geometry, and advanced math. He obtained his BS degree from Wayne State University. Bookkeeping instructor, Mr. Huntey, explains the correct procedure for operating a checking account to Joyce Sharp and Delores Kinney. Business law and eighth grade math are also taught by Mr. Huntey. He received his BS degree from Ferris State College. Consumer problems is taught by Mr. Pugh. Here he is pointing out various parts of the engine to students Dorothy Yeskey and Marvin Irwin. Besides consumer problems, he teaches English II and speech. Mr. Pugh came to us with an AB degree from Bethany Nazarene College and he is presently working on his masters degree at Michigan State University. This page sponsored by E B HARDWARE Morley, Michigan PEOPLE, PLACES. AND EVENTS Mr. Fitzhugh, U. S. Government teacher, Kaye Knestrick, and Paul Babbitt discuss possible candidates for presidency. Mr. Fitzhugh obtained a BA degree from Michigan State University. Along with U. S. Government, he teaches 8th grade spelling, penmanship, and history. U. S. History instructor, Mr. Laurent, points out interesting articles in SENIOR SCHOLASTIC to Pat Wilkinson and Bill Burden. Besides U. S. History, Mr. Laurent teaches Driver Education. He received a BS de- gree from Western Michigan University and a MA degree from Michigan State Univer- sity. Mr. Johnson, World Geography teacher, helps students, John Jefts, Carolyn Hyde, and Susan Turner, locate countries in Europe. Mr. Johnson, one of our new teachers, instructs all World Geography classes. He gained his AB degree in Social Studies at Hope College. This page sponsored by THE MORLEY STATE BANK " Complete Banking Service Since 1908 " Morley, Michigan PIONEERING IN SCIENCE Mrs. Boyce, chemistry in- structor, advises students Peggy Pruetz, Gary Hopkins, and Toddi Meyer, during their experiment. All biology and physics classes are taught by Mrs. Boyce. She has a BA de- gree from the University of Illinois. Mrs. Mitchell, eighth grade science teacher, points out the numerous stars in the Big Dipper to students Kay Lyons and Archie Messenger. Besides science, Mrs. Mitchell teaches girls physi- cal education and health, and 8th grade English. She came to us with a BA degree from the University of Mississippi. This page sponsored by MC NULTY ' S SUPER MARKET Morley, Michigan MUSIC EXPRESSES EMOTION Mr. Supplee, instrumental music teacher, helps two of the band members, Jeff Miller and Gary Miller, with their lessons. Besides giving lessons, Mr. Supplee directs the Senior Band, Junior Band, and Training Band. He received his AB degree from Wheaton and AMME degree from the American Conservatory of Music. Mr. Rawn, vocal music director, practices with Beverly Spedowski and Bill Engelman during rehearsal period. Mr. Rawn received his BME de- gree from Alma College and is now doing graduate work at Central Michigan University. Besides di- recting the high school chorus, he works with all the elementary students. 10 This page sponsored by ORCHID JUNGLE Rosemary VanVleck, Prop. Rogers Heights LANGUAGE IS ESSENTIAL Mrs. Watson, 10th and 12th grade English teacher, helps students Vickie Howe and Sharon Ulrich, with their programed English course. Besides English, Mrs. Watson teaches 8th grade spelling and penmanship. She received her BA degree at Cen- tral Michigan University and BS degree at Ferris State College. Mr. Watts, Spanish teacher, helps stu- dents with pronunciations of various words. In addition to teaching Spanish, Mr. Watts instructs boys physical education and health for high school students and also in the elementary schools. He obtained a BS degree in Physical Education from Alma College. Foster Vredenburg is given some pointers on writing an English composition, by Mrs. O ' Neill. Along with English I, Mrs. O ' Neill has charge of the Library. She received her BS degree from Ferris State College and her Master of Arts degree from Central Michigan University. This page sponsored by KINNEY ' S MARKET Morley, Michigan 11 STUDENTS LEARN NEW SKILLS Mrs. Mclntyre, our shorthand teacher, dictates the day ' s assignment. All shorthand and typing classes are taught by Mrs. Mclntyre. She obtained her BS degree from Ferris State Col- lege. Mr. Bignall, one of our new teachers, helps two of his students, Mike Creighton and Gary O ' Neil, put the finishing touches on their project. Mr. Bignall has a BS degree in Industrial Arts from Northern Michigan University. He instructs all shop students in drafting; general, metal, and wood shop. Miss Ryzenga, home economics teacher, gives a few pointers to two of her students, Coralie Irwin and JoAnne Boerma, on cleaning up the kitchen. Miss Ryzenga also teaches psychology with a major in homemaking and a minor in science. She obtained her BS degree from Central Michigan University. This page sponsored by MORLEY MOBIL SERVICE Morley, Michigan 12 ACTIVITIES ««9i» HBaa9B , i " . . i ' » ' ' ' - .♦ irm - L« 1 frnt - •fes STANDING: Doris Gray, Dorothy Moore, Wayne Arendt, Gary Evens, Herm McConnell, Dewitt Denslow, Jack Hoisington, Terry Goldthwait, Bill Miles, Sue Shaffer, Patty Chipman. SITTING: Gayle Crandall, Dave Bird, Mr. Beaton, Ted Underwood, Ron Denslow, Becky Scott. STUDENT COUNCIL SERVES THROUGH LEADERSHIP The Student Council serves the students by publishing the Mohawk, maintaining a record library, organizing the home- coming festivities, Christmas program, and Intramural sports program. Student Council roller skating parties are enjoyed by all, and here, member Herm McConnell is shown doing his part by taking tickets at the door. Elections are held each spring with the students choosing who they want to lead the Student Council. Officers elected were: Gayle Crandall, Secretary; Dave Bird, President; Mr. Beaton, Advisor; Ted Underwood, Vice-President; Ron Denslow, Treasurer. FTA TOP ROW: Sue Lyons, James Rider, Dorothy Moore, Susan Burden, Judy Sharp, Vicky Howe, Nancy Edgerly. MIDDLE ROW: Sue Shaffer, Joanne Johnston, Dave Bird, Jerry House, Paul Babbitt, Bob Cain, Doris Gray, Patty Chipman, Jerry Moore. TOM ROW: Kirstine Larson, Polly Kinney, Nancy Bell Corresponding Secretary; Kathy Moo President; Larry Hansen, Vice-President; Mary Bush, Secretary-Treasurer; Mrs. O ' Neill, Advisor; Linda Stiles, May Lutterbeck. BOT- re. STUDENTS PLAN CAREERS FHA FOURTH ROW: Dorothy Moore, Dorothy Yeskey, Kathy Vlahandreas, Barb DuKavas, Doris Gray, Julie Hanson, Marcie Halvorsen, Kathy Arndt, Connie Knestrick, Joanne Johnston, Diane Thorne, Phyllis Hopkins. THIRD ROW: Joyce Sharp, Jeanette Bush, Cinda Hyde, Carolyn Hyde, Jane Ulrich, Linda Morse, Delores Kinney, Maribeth Youmans, Ardith Dysard, Karen Thompson, Shar on Ulrich, Sue Lyons. SECOND ROW: Jane Bush, Debbie Alber, Nancy Pike, Shelly Morse, Rose Webster, Nancy Edgerly, Nancy Bechaz, Sally Arndt, Alice Hovis, Mary Bush, Linda. Kutch- inski, Linda Sharum, Kirstine Larson. FIRST ROW: Peggy Pruetz, Historian- Parliamentarian; Marianne Corbett, Secretary; Marlene Koehn, President; Toddi Meyer, Miss Ryzenga, Advisor; Nancy Bell, Vice-President; Carol Kranz, Treasurer; Linda Miles, Reporter; Robin Gray, Song Leader. LIBRARIANS If looking for a book or magazine, there will be a student librarian on duty to assist you. STAND- ING: Linda Stiles, President; Diane McConnell, Kenneth Mad- dox, Diane Thorne, Vice- President; Barbara Westgate, Secretary-Treasurer. SITTING: Tom Boerma, Mrs. O ' Neill, Advisor; Sharon Moulter. SERVICE CLUBS BENEFIT OUR SCHOOL VISUAL AIDS These boys are responsible for the opera- tion and maintenance of record players, movie projectors, screens, and stage equip- ment which supplement our education program. The boys who operate the visual aids are, STANDING: Ron Irwin, Burdett Stout, Larry Beemer, Gary Anderson. SITTING: Gary Wise, Terry Anderson. OFFICE WORKERS Everyday the office workers serve all in their experiences with secretarial work. Mrs. Armstrong, Advisor; Rhonda Lucas, Dianne Sharp, Jane Bush, Sue Lyons, Linda Miles, Pauline Garbow, Delores Gray, Linda Mclntyre, Joanne Johnston, ' Kaye Knestrick, Dorothy Yeskey, Barbara DuKavas, Carol Kranz, Linda Anderson. 16 STUDENTS DEVELOP AN INTEREST IN SCIENCE SCIENCE CLUB standing: Alan Erickson, Mark Hopkins, Peggy Pruetz, Jerry House, Gary Hopkins, Ron Kelley, Larry Sharp, Paul Babbitt, Judy Kelley, Ron Denslow, Becky Scott, Ron Crandall, Delores Kinney, Bill Holcomb, Mrs. Boyce, Advisor. SITTING: Sue Shaffer, Treasurer; Kathy Moore, Vice-President; Marlene Koehn, Secretary; Ted Underwood, President; Dave Bird, Reporter and Fun Bum. pWA TOP ROW: Patricia Wilkinson, Peggy Pruetz, Kathleen Arndt, Marcie Halvorsen, Julie Hanson, Sharon Moulter, Doris Gray, Barbara DuKavas, Kathleen Vlahandreas, Linda Mclntyre, Dorothy Yeskey, Jackie Yanke. FOURTH ROW: Jane Ulrich, Linda Morse, Vickie Howe, Jan Anderson, Janice Kutchinski, Robin Gray, Diane McConnell, Shirley Hillis, Sue Arndt, Linda Wheeler, Delores Kinney, Brenda Howe, Gay Lynn Davidson. THIRD ROW: Shelly Morse, Ida Westgate, Susie Howe, Sue Lyons, Karen Thompson, Ardith Dysard, Becky Scott, Wendy Lintemuth, Sharon Ulrich, Cinda Hyde, Sally Arndt, Mary Woolworth, Linda Kutchinski. SECOND ROW: Carol Habel, Patsy Creighton, Becky Arndt, Dianne Sharp, Nancy Pike, Marilyn Johnston, Sharon Wahl, Linda Sharum, Beverly Spedowski, Mae Lutterbeck. BOTTOM ROW: Joanne Johnston, Secretary; Marlene Koehn, President; Mrs. Tennison, Advisor; Mari- anne Corbett, Vice-President; Connie ICnestrick, Treasurer. This page sponsored by MORLEY HARDWARE Morley, Michigan 17 FILIBUSTER INFORMS STUDENTS TOP ROW: Karen Thompson, Barbara DuKavas, Bonnie O ' Neil, Diane Thorne, Linda Anderson, Carol Kranz, Joie Johnston, Susie Howe. SECOND ROW: Diane Sharp, Pauline Garbow, Linda Mclntyre, Pat Wilkinson, Robin Gray, Margaret Bigelow, Marianne Corbett, Gayle Crandall. BOT- TOM ROW: Linda IVIiles, Wayne Arendt, Kaye Knestrick, Mrs. Mclntyre, Advisor; Doris Gray, Kirstine Larsen, Sue Lyons. STAFF Editor Kaye Knestrick Ass ' t Editor ' . Doris Gray Sec.-Treas Diane Thorne Art Elaine Deacons Kirstine Larsen Clubs Departments Sue Lyons Margaret Bigelow Joie Johnston Gary Anderson Karen Thompson Pat Wilkinson Pauline Garbow Linda Mclntyre Carol Kranz Diane Sharp IMarianne Corbett Robin Gray Gayle Crandall Kirstine Larsen Interviews Linda Anderson Diane Thorne Susie Howe Calendar Birthdays Sue Lyons Linda Miles Sports Herm McConnell Typists Linda Anderson Gayle Crandall Linda Mclntyre Diane Sharp Advisor Mrs. Mclntyre 18 The typing II Class, which puts out the Filibuster, is shown here busily at work typing stencils. MOHAWK STAFF The yearbook staff is composed of STANDING: Mr. Fitzhugh, Advisor; Judy Porterfield, Art Editor; Joanne Johnston, Assistant Copy Editor; Ron Denslow, Sports Editor; Linda Stiles, Copy Editor; Rhonda Lucas, Assistant Editor; Alan Erickson, Editor. SITTING: Susan Turner, Assistant Editor; Jane Ulrich, Assistant Business Manager; Marcie Halvorsen, Business Manager. Susan Turner, Assistant Editor, works on one of the class pages during the staff ' s third hour work period. Mr. Fitzhugh advises Copy Editors Joanne Johnston and Linda Stiles on the arrangement of copy for the yearbook. This page sponsored by BURDEN ' S GROCERY Stanwood, Michigan Business Managers Marcie Halvorsen and Jane Ulrich prepare for the annual advertising campaign by re- viewing previous ads. CRAZY BUT CUTE " Crazy But Cute, " a three act comedy, presented by the Senior Class, takes place in the rumpus room of Danny Dover, age fifteen. Dan ' s mother thinks it ' s time he behaved more socially with nice young girls and gives a tea party to celebrate. Dan messes everything up by coming in through a window wearing a home-made diving gear over his head. Dan ' s mother, easy going father, and glamorous cousin all get him dates for the celebrated Surf Club dance. To Dan ' s surprise, he finds himself with three dates that he doesn ' t really want at all. Finally, after much confusion, Dan doesn ' t go to the dance at all, but rather abalone diving. " Hold that. Gotta run this wire through this hose, " explains Killo. CAST Danny Dover Herm McConnell Mrs. Dover Linda Anderson Mr. Dover Dewitt Denslow Uncle Joe Ron Kelly " Oscar " Betty Shaw Linda Stiles R. G. Higby Alan Erickson Susie Higby Peggy Pruetz Phyllis Blake Dorothy Yeskey Kathy Brooks Linda Miles Mrs. Dopenduffer . " .... Philena Anderson Gladys Dopenduffer Sue Shaffer " Killo " Herman Espy .... Roger Friesner Director Mrs. Watson Student Director Jane Bush Student Director Dave Bird 20 " Hey, will you take your heavy hulk off that can? You want to ruin my diving gear before I even make it? " yells Dan hotly. " Hello, Mr. Dover. Hello Danny. Uncle ' s been telling me about you. I ' m awfully pleased to meet you, " says Susie with a smile. " S - ; ' ' r ' A m " Cute like in bow-legged, or just cute? " asks Kathy as she talks about her blind date with Dan. This page sponsored by WOOLWORTH ' S VARIETY STORE Morley, Michigan " Tea. Now that ' s right up my tree. English- man I knew once had tea every afternoon. Come four o ' clock and darned if he wouldn ' t drop everything and have his cup of tea, " remarks Joe. The band officers are, left to right, Susan Turner, Treasurer; Alan Erickson, President; Mr. Supplee, Director; Bob Cain, Vice- President; Carol Kranz, Secretary. This year the entire band received a 2 rating at the contest held in Ludington, while many individual band members received awards at the solo and ensemble contest. Our band ' s fine perform- ances at football and basketball games, during concerts, and while marching in parades, pro- vided much enjoyment for everyone. INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC TOP ROW: Phyllis Hopkins, Susan Burden, Linda Wilkinson, Susan Turner, Lorraine Maurer, Diane McConnell, Patty Chipman, Sue Arndt, Linda Morse, Jane Ulrich, Brenda Howe, Suzanne Schuberg. THIRD ROW: Julie Hansen, Bob Cain, Kenneth Wilcox, Jim Schultz, John Jefts, Jeff Miller, Roger Sova, Kenneth Wilber, Kenneth Newman, Terry Goldthwait. SECOND ROW: Thomas Garnett, John Spedowski, Alan Erickson, Tom Bloxsom, Marcie Halvorsen, Carol Kranz, John Anderson, Kenneth Maddox, Sue Shaffer, Gary Miller, Mr. Supplee, Director. BOTTOM ROW: Carlene Porter, Mary Woolworth, Polly Jo Kinnee, Nancy Edgerly, Sharon Ulrich, Carolyn Hyde, Cinda Hyde, Marilyn Johnston, Linda Sharum. May Lutterbeck. NOT PICTURED: John Schultz. r:- i( . VOCAL MUSIC TOP ROW: Robert Peavy, Martin Ogle, Roger Smith, Brad Smith, Ron Irwin, Bill Burden, Roger Sova, Bill Engelman, Duane Wright, Gary Kuikstra, Harold Knox, Ralph Weeks, Mike Welch, Larry Kunnen. THIRD ROW: Jacqueline Yanke, Susanna Almas, Mary Hillis, Barbara Westgate, Ida Westgate, Alice Hovis, Linda Wheeler, Maribeth Youmans, Agnes Powell, Sharon Moulter, Diana Sova, Shirley Hillis, Philena Anderson. SECOND ROW: Gay Lynn Davidson, Janet Venlet, Judy Porterfield, Bonnie Spedowski, Mae Lutterbeck, Ardith Dysard, Jan Anderson, Coralie Irwin, Rhonda Lucas, Rose Webster, Mr. Rawn, Director. BOTTOM ROW: Beverly Spedowski, Carol Habel, Patsy Creighton, Sharon Wahl, Becky Arndt. The Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Rawn, gave performances which were enjoyed by all. To raise funds, they had a candy sale. The Chorus was led by Dusty Porterfield, President; Ron Irwin, Vice- President; Mr. Rawn, Director; and Bonnie Sped- owski, Secretary-Treasurer. PAPA SAYS NO In the play ' Papa Says No " , wealthy, dictatorial Mr. Page decided to end his daughter ' s romance with Jack Prescott by taking her to Florida. From there he thought it would be easy to send her to South America. But Jack finds out the plans and trouble is hardly the word for what happens. " Come with me lady. You can tell that to the chief, " says the detective as he hauls Miss Applebee away. Alanzo K. Page Ron Denslow Janet Page Delores Gray Jack Prescott Ron Crandall Miss Luella Applebee . . . Sue Lyons Mrs. Helen Carter . . Joanne Johnston Pete Carter William Arndt Bill Sykes Wayne Arendt Detectives Mark Hopkins Joe Gary Anderson Toots Mary Bush Sallie Dianne Sharp Liz Kathy Vlahandreas Mrs. Hawkins Judy Kelley Genevieve Hawkins .... Becky Scott This page sponsored by THE MORLEY MOTEL Morley, Michigan " I wonder if I ' ll live long enough to get a room, " grumbles Mrs. Hawkins, as she and her daughter wait for a vacancy. " Come on Toots, smile for papa, " coaxes Joe. This page sponsored by STANWOOD STANDARD SERVICE " Groceries and Photo Finishing " Stanwood, Michigan " Would you like to register Mr. Carter? " inquires Bill Sykes, the head clerk of Miramar Hotel. " Of all the outrageous proceedings, you kissing a bellhop! " roars Mr. Page, not knowing he is Jack Pres- cott, Janet ' s fiance, in disguise. CLUBS PROMOTE ATHLETICS VARSITY CLUB The Varsity Club, by obtaining a track record board and selling " Mohawk " pillows, aided the ath- letic program. TOP ROW: Gary Alber, Bill Stilson, Tony Linn, Dick Jensen, Larry Tagg, Treasurer; Gary Hopkins. BOTTOM ROW: Dewitt Denslow, President; Ted Underwood, Vice-President; Mr. Laurent, Advisor; Alan Erickson, Herm McConnell, Secretary. ATHLETIC SISTERS The Athletic Sisters handled all concession selling at noon and at sporting events as well as serving after game treats to players from both teams to better the athletic program. TOP ROW: Joanne Johnston, Robin Gray, Sue Lyons, Dorothy Moore, Sharon Moulter, Pauline Weeks, Diana Sova, Bonnie O ' Neil, Doris Gray, Barbara DuKavas, Kathy VLahandreas, Sharon Spedoske. FOURTH ROW: Barbara Westgate, Becky Scott, Jan Anderson, Dorothy Wright, Eva Jean Powell, Ellen Ramsey, Sue Burden, Brenda Howe, Donna Sharp, Gay Lynn Davidson, Vicki Speese, Diane Thorne, Dusty Porterfield. THIRD ROW: Paulette Stevens, Mary Kinney, Ann Wright, Judy Sharp, Joyce Pike, Linda Kutchinski, Shelly Morse, Sally Arndt, Wendy Lintemuth, Nancy Edgerly, Marilyn Johnston, Janet Venlet, JoAnne Boerma. SECOND ROW: Beverly Spedowski, Kirstine Larsen, Patsy Creighton, Carlene Porter, Sharon Wahl, Bonnie Spedowski, Linda Stiles, Polly Kinney, Alice Hovis, Nancy Bechaz, Bonnie Thurston, Ida Westgate, Becky Thorne. BOTTOM ROW: Kathy Arndt, SueAnn McHugh, Jerry Moore, Judy Kelley, Miss Ryzenga, Advisor; Nancy Pike, Secretary; Marianne Corbett, President; Philena Anderson, Vice-President; Shirley Hillis, Sue Shaffer, Janice Kutchinski. 26 3 3 0 2? 2 Bfe ! J. 111 BACK ROW: Gary Anderson, Ron Irwin, Willie Arndt, Bob Cain, Walt Obert, Rick Anderson, Gary Alber, Terry Anderson. MIDDLE ROW: Assistant Coach Huntey, Dick Jensen, Larry Sharp, Ron Crandall, Dewitt Denslow, Tony Linn, Tim Thon, Bob Stilson, Coach Laurent. BOTTOM ROW: Manager Doug Vogg, Alan Erickson, Don Ellison, Marv Irwin, Larry Tagg, Herm McConnell, Ted Underwood, Gary Hopkins, Bill Stilson, Gary Wise, Manager Terry Thomas. MOHAWK VARSITY FOOTBALL Each year the football players select the player whom they feel contributed the most to the team and also the player who improved the most during the season. Shown are: Mr. Huntey, Assistant Coach; Gary Wise, " Most Improved Player; " Ted Underwood, " Most Valuable Player; " Mr. Laurent, Head Coach. 28 Gary Wise Tackle Bill Stilson End Marv Irwin Guard Herm McConnell Halfback 1 . Alan Erickson Guard Larry Tag End " .0 K- :,-.: ' ' Tony Linn End 243 Ted Underwood Halfback SENIORS LEAD GRID SQUAD Gary Hopkins Quarterback Don Ellison End DeWitt Denslow Tackle Dick Jensen Tackle MOHAWK ACTION FLASHES Tony Linn (82) had to outfight a Hesperia defender to catch this pass for the Mohawks. Six Mohawks were honored by being chosen to all conference teams this season. STANDING: Dick Jensen, tackle, 2nd team; Gary Wise, center, 1st team; Bill Stilson, end, 1st team; Coach Lau- rent. KNEELING: Herm McConnell, halfback, 1st team; Bob Cain, fullback, 2nd team; Gary Alber, guard, 2nd team. Mohawk quarterback Gary Hopkins gets a little briefing by Coach Laurent during a time out. Larry Tagg (80) grabs a pass from quarterback Gary Hopkins for some much needed yardage on a third down against Kent City. Ted Underwood (24) fights his way into the end zone for another Mohawk touch- down against Farwell. Ted is shown here as he breaks away from a Hesperia defender and scampers for a TD. Mohawk Herm McConnell (40) turns the corner and races for the goal- posts and a TD against Holton. Herm McConnell (40) ends up on the ground after making a shoestring tackle. Bob Cain (30) vaults over Herm to insure the tackle. This page sponsored by BAIRD ' S GROCERY Stanwood, Michigan 31 ' 64 J.V. ' S UNDEFEATED FOR SEASON TOP ROW, Left to Right: Don Burden, Ed Renne, Tom Then, Ron Bongard, Steve Morris, Jim Sharp, Bill Miles, Jerry Stilson, Gary O ' neil. SECOND ROW: Jim Hoisington, Manager; Mike Creighton, Jack Hoisington, Gary Evans, Chuck Kelley, Terry Goldthwait, Ken Wilcox, John Anderson, Mr. Fitzhugh, Coach. BOTTOM ROW: Duane Goldthwait, Bruce Whipple, Keith Sarns, Jay Edgerly, Jim Rider, Steve Thompson, Dennis Whipple, Martin Ogle, Russell Rushmore. NOT PICTURED: Paul Denslow. Each year the JV football players select from their team, the player they feel was the most valuable to the teams ' success and the player who improved the most during the year. Pictured are Mr. Fitzhugh, Coach; Terry Goldthwait, " most valuable " and Jack Hoisington, " most improved " . 64-J.V. SCOREBOARD-65 M. S. OPPONENTS 32 47 Tri-County 28 Hesperia 28 Barryton 14 31 Edmore 6 32 Grant 6 21 Big Rapids 14 This page sponsored by DYSARD ' S RECREATION Stanwood, Michigan • ' S. ' ' %, -S - ' . . -1 ■ . ,•?•■ ■ QUElN KAYE REIGNS OVER 1964 HOME«)MING Queen Kaye beams radiantly as she is crowned queen of the 1964 Homecom- ing by Diana Thompson, the 1963 Homecoming queen. WE HONOR QUEEN KAYE Football co-captains Gary Hopkins and Larry Tagg pose with Queen Kaye during the Homecoming festivities. - Two candidates were chosen from each class to compete for queen. The student body then voted for the queen and her court. The court this year includes Gayle Crandall, Senior; Linda Mclntyre, Junior; Queen Kaye; Connie Knestrick, Sopho- more; and Jeanette Bush, Freshman. Gary Hopkins, Senior Class President, presents Toddi with her crown and a gift from the Senior Class. Toddi was honored by being the first Queen to reign over the annual Sno-Ball Dance. Toddi gathers up her books and heads for the bus after another day of school. GERMAN EXCHANGE STUDENT SNO-BALL QUEEN Irmtraut Meyer came to America and Morley- Stanwood High School from Soltau, Germany. She resided with the Marvin Pruetz family of Morley, for her year stay. She was nick- named " Toddi " by them. During her stay " Toddi " proved to be an excellent student com- piling a B+ average while taking a full academic load and being very active in social activities. Her pleasant personality won her the friend- ship of all the students, teachers, and ad- ministrators at Morley-Stanwood, and the friendship and well wishes of the entire com- munity. Everyone in the community will miss her in future years. VARSITY BASKETBALL STANDING: Larry Davis, Manager; Tim Thon, Jeff Miller, Paul Babbitt, Larry Han- sen, Jerry House, Coach Watts. KNEELING: Tony Linn, Ron Irwin, Ted Underwood, Gary Hopkins, Bob Cain. The varsity squad voted Jerry House (25) " most improved player " and Bob Cain (34) " most valuable player. " Bob also received recognition for having the best free percentage during the season. VARSITY 1964 -SCORE BOARD- 1965 MS OPPONENTS 39 Grant 58 65 Hesperia 68 50 Holton 66 94 Tri- County 84 94 Kent City 102 62 Newaygo 67 61 White Cloud 81 67 Mecosta -Remus 95 56 Grant 69 62 Hesperia 60 64 Holton 71 57 Tri-County 64 76 Kent City 89 61 Cedar Springs 87 56 Newaygo 78 61 White Cloud 79 43 Mecosta-Remus 64 This page sponsored by FRANKS SPORTING GOODS Morley, Michigan 36 SENIOR CAGERS Mr. Watts presents our four senior basket ball players with awards for their efforts during the season. This page sponsored by MEL ' S LIVE BAIT Stanwood, Michigan Ted Underwood Guard 37 Gary Hopkins (31), who is helped by Bob Cain (34), guards a Kent City player who is trying to work the ball in for a shot. U :. ' , ; V V. u . 4i A Wj0 Herm McConnell (21) lays up two points for the Mohawks as- the crowd chants " Go Mohawks Go! " Larry Hansen (32) awaits a possible rebound. Jeff Miller (45) battles an op- posing player for a much needed rebound. This page sponsored by THOMPSON ' S TEXACO SERVICE Rogers Heights 38 V JUNIOR VARSITY SCOREBOARD MS OPPONENT 56 Grant 42 37 Hesperia 39 68 Holton 69 83 Tri-County 55 73 Kent City 72 49 Newaygo 74 43 White Cloud 61 43 Mecosta -Remus 72 52 Grant 58 46 Hesperia 59 58 Holton 42 49 Tri-County 41 50 Kent City 57 53 Cedar Springs 70 42 Newaygo 56 42 White Cloud 73 36 Mecosta -Remus 62 JV ' S GAIN EXPERIENCE Junior Varsity basketball coach, Mr. Huntey, is standing with his Most Valuable Player, Howard Gates (center) and Most Improved, Terry Fyvie (right). This year ' s team was composed of inexperienced freshmen and sophomores. The team suffered many close defeats and ended the season with five wins and twelve defeats. STANDING: Gary Fraser, Manager; Gene Vining, Howard Gates, Bob Babbitt, Gary Evens, Terry Fyvie, Ken Newman, Coach Huntey. KNEELING: Russell Rushmore, Larry Beemer, Dick Lyons, Dennis Morse, Ron Bongard, Tom Thon. 8th GRADE UNDEFEATED IN TWO SEASONS SCOREBOARD MS OPPONENT 42 Mecosta -Remus 24 45 Kent City 23 36 White Cloud 26 60 Newaygo 20 71 Holton 16 62 Tri-County 13 59 Grant 24 72 Hesperia 27 56 Edmore 42 41 Lakeview 36 STANDING: Art Mallory, Eddie Youmans, Bob Gray, Doug Vogg, Jim Hoisington, Marvin Bow- man, Coach Sarns. KNEELING: Bob David- son, Bob Werner, Manuel Castillo, Steve Almas, Joel Wartley, Manager; Dick Armstrong, Manager. SITTING: Mike Stilson, Mark Thurston, Don Self- ridge, Terry Thom as. Doug Vogg shoots a jump shot as Harold Arndt attempts to block it in a scrimmage between our 7th and 8th grade squads. The 8th grade team won two trophies this season. One for the league champion- ship and the other for winning the Big Rapids Invitational. SCHOOL SPIRIT GROWS The Cheerleaders from both squads joined to cheer for the pep assemblies. During the football games and basketball games, the girls cheered in their own respective squads. The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders are starting at the bottom going clockwise: Polly Jo Kinnee, Jerry Moore, Jane Ulrich, Sharon Ulrich, Susan Turner, Maribeth Youmans. This page sponsored by FRISBIE ' S STANDARD SERVICE Morley, Michigan The Varsity Squad consists of: STANDING: Karen Thompson, Pauline Garbow, Gayle Crandall. KNEELING: Sue Lyons. 41 M.S. CINDER STARS BACK ROW: Ron Ulrich, Manager; Bill Burden, Bill Stilson, Herm McConnell, Roger Sova, Gary Evans, Larry Tagg, Foster Vredenburg, Rick Anderson, Terry Goldthwait, Tony Linn, Coach Watts. MIDDLE ROW: Ron Crandall, John Anderson, Alan Erickson, Gary Hopkins, Dick Lyons, Willie Arndt, Bob Stilson, Ron Irwin, Neil Frye. BOTTOM ROW: Russell Rushmore, Mike Creighton, Larry Beemer, Ken Maddox, Ted Underwood, Ron Wilber. MOHAWK TRACK SCOREBOARD MS OPPONENTS 61 Kent City 48 66 Grant 43 108 Hesperia 1 57 White Cloud 52 98 1 2 Tri-County 10 1 2 84 Holton 25 50 Newaygo 59 3rd NCAA Meet 7th Regional Meet 16 Inter-league Meet REGIONAL PLACINGS 100 yd. das h Bill Stilson 2nd 220 yd. das h Bill Stilson 2nd Shot Put Bill Stilson 3rd 880 Relay Bill Stilson 2nd Ted Underwood Mike Creighton Dick Lyons STATE PLACING 100 yd. das ;h Bill Stilson 8th Mike Creighton clears the bar with plenty to spare during the pole vault event. The school record in the pole vault of 10 ' 3 " was broken this year by Foster Vredenburg. The new mark of 1 1 ' was set in the regionals at Mount Pleasant. 42 ' f MORLEY STANWOOD TRACK AND FIELD RECORDS 100 yd. dash 220 yd. dash 440 yd. dash 880 yd. dash Mile Run Mile Relay 880 Relay 120 yd. High Hurdles 180 yd. Low Hurdles Broad Jump High Jump Pole Vault Shot Put Steve Johnson 1961 Larry Underwood 1963 Steve Johnson 1961 Bill Stilson 1965 Ron Arendt 1963 Lynn Hopkins 1963 Steve Johnson 1960 Dave Huson, Ron Arendt, Bob Shannon, Terry Walker 1963 Bill Stilson, Dick Lyons, Ted Underwood, Neil Frye 1965 Norm Hopkins 1963 Larry Tagg 1963-64 Larry Tagg 1965 Max DeHaven 1961 Foster Vredenburg 1965 Bill Stilson 1965 10. 25 22. 3 52. 9 2:11. 6 4:50.8 3:37.0 1:35. 55 16. 8 21. 8 19 ' -6 3 4 " 5 ' -8 1 2 " ll ' -O " 48 ' -ll 1 2 " Larry Tagg makes that B-I-G leap in the broad jump event. Larry set a new rec- ord of 19 ' 6 3 4 " in this event. This page sponsored by STOUT ' S SALES AND SERVICE Stanwood, Michigan The leading trackman for the Mohawks, Bill Stilson, demonstrates his record breaking form in the shot-put. Bill established a new school record of 48 ' 11 1 2 " in the shot-put. This toss also broke a league record which had stood since 1957. A new record of total points, 189, also belongs to Bill. 43 MOHAWK TRACK ACTION Hurdlers Herm McConnell (left) and Larry Tagg clear the hurdles and kick for the next one during the low hurdle event. Herm and Larry were two of our top low hurdle men but both were side- lined part of the season with injuries. Coach Watts sets dashmen (left to right) Bill Stilson, Herm McConnell, Bill Burden, and Ted Underwood, and then gives them the gun to start the race during a practice session. These boys " led the field " in many of our meets. Ron Irwin finishes his leg of the mile relay and makes a successful pass of the baton to Dick Lyons. This page sponsored by ULRICH ' S RESTAURANT AND BAR Stanwood, Michigan 44 MOHAWKS WIN NCAA TITLE SHARE TOP ROW: Manager Doug Vogg, Bob Cain, Ron Denslow, Paul Babbitt, Paul Denslow, Bill Stilson, Coach Laurent. MIDDLE ROW: Ron Irwin, Dick Lyons, Gary Hopkins, Herm McConnell, Gary Alber. BOTTOM ROW: Mark Hopkins, Marv Irwin, Terry Anderson, Gary Anderson, Clesson Ramsey. Herm McConnell, who patrols center - field, for M. S. , is shown here as he pulls in a fly ball during the Edmore game. Herm not only is a good defen- sive player, but also hits the ball well. VARSITY SCOREBOARD MS OPPONENTS 5 White Cloud 4 6 Holton 2 4 Lakeview 4 Tri- County 3 6 Edmore 5 12 Newaygo 5 2 Kent City 1 Lakeview 5 4 Hesperia 5 7 Grant 2 4 Edmore This page sponsored by BIRD ' S GENERAL STORE Blacktop West of Morley 45 Marv Irwin, Mohawk second baseman, takes the throw from catcher Gary Hopkins for the put out on the attempted steal by an Edmore player. ; « -?i«t ' W ; B fei?li First baseman Paul Babbitt guards the base for a possible pick off throw from the pitcher. Bill Stilson cocks his bat and waits for the right pitch to swing at. Bill was one of the leading " clutch " hitters for our Mohawks this season. This page sponsored by MAN TING TOOL AND DIE Morley, Michigan 46 Bob Cain displays the form that made him the Mohawks ' biggest winner of the season with six wins and two losses. Ron Irwin had the best pitching record with five wins and no setbacks. Bob proved the theory incorrect, " pitchers can ' t hit, " by leading the team in batting with a 395 average. While not pitching. Bob played the shortstop position effectively. MOHAWKS MT. PLEASANT INVITATIONAL RUNNERUP MOUNT PLEASANT INVITATIONAL SCOREBOARD REGIONALS FINALS MS OPPONENT MS OPPONENT 8 Mecosta-Remus 3 Beaverton 8 Edmore 3 1 Breckenridge 2 Coach Laurent bats balls to our Mohawks in the pre-game warm-up. Gary Hopkins, Mohawk catcher, waits for the return throw from first base. This page sponsored by BROOK ' S PHARMACY Morley, Michigan 47 J.V. ' S PREPARE FOR VARSITY ■ x: " !. J ' ' -vSKiiM -j» liias ci f : STANDING: Mr. Fitzhugh, Coach; Larry Beemer, Ken Wilcox, Bob Babbitt, Jim Hoolihan, Terry Fyvie, Howard Gates, Dennis Morse, Manager. SITTING: Terry Goldthwait, Ken Johnston, Bruce Whipple, Duane Goldthwait, Don Wilber, John Anderson. After receiving the sign. Ken Johnston throws a fast curve ball for the third strike. MS 1 5 2 14 8 JUNIOR VARSITY SCOREBOARD OPPONENT Lakeview Grant Lakeview Grant Big Rapids This page sponsored by ELMER ' S MEAT MARKET Rogers Heights 2 6 20 3 11 Terry Fyvie, the JV ' s leading hitter, takes a few practice swings during batting practice. 48 ■ rflfi ifej CLASSES SENIORS BID FAREWELL TO M.S.H.S. The Seniors worked toward their graduation and trip by presenting the Senior play, sponsoring dances and suppers, raking the cemetery, and having a very successful magazine campaign. Leading the Senior Class of ' 65 were: Mr. Laurent, Advisor; Jane Bush, Secretary; Herm McConnell, Vice-President; Gary Hopkins, President; Kaye Knestrick, Treasurer. SUSANNE ALMAS GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: FHA 1, 2; Chorus 1-4; FNA 3; Junior Play; Athletic Sisters 2; Librarian 3. FUTURE PLANS: Marriage. LINDA ANDERSON COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1,2; Junior Play; Senior Play; Athlet ic Sisters 2,3, Vice- President 3; Pep Club 1; FNA 2,3; FHA 1; Filibuster 3,4, Secretary- Treasurer 3; HEP Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: Work and College. PHILENA ANDERSON COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: Band 1; Chorus 4; Ath- letic Sisters 2-4, Secretary 3, Vice- President 4; FHA 1-3; ETA 2; Fili- buster 3; Junior Play; Senior Play. FUTURE PLANS: Marriage and Work. PAUL BABBITT COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: Base- ball 1-4; Basketball 1-4; Track 3; Sci- ence Club 3,4; FTA 3,4; HEP Club 3,4. FUTURE PLANS: College. 50 ♦ MARGARET BIGELOW BUSINESS COURSE ACTIVITIES: Band 1-4; FHA 1,2; Fili- buster 4; Library 2; Junior Play. FUTURE PLANS: College and work. STEVE BURDEN GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: Base- ball 2; FFA 2. FUTURE PLANS. Work. NANCY BELL COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: FHA 1-4, Vice President; FTA 1-4, Corre- sponding Secretary 4; Pep Club 1; HEP Club 3, 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. MILTON BENSON GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: FFA 1,2. FUTURE PLANS: Farming. CATHY CARRUTHERS BUSINESS COURSE ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1; Athletic Sisters 3. MARIANNE CORBETT COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: Cho- rus 1; Junior Play; Filibuster Staff 3, 4; FHA 3,4, Secre- tary 4; FNA 3,4, Vice-President 4; Athletic Sisters 2, 3, 4, President 4;HEP Club 3,4. FUTURE PLANS: College. DAVE BIRD COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: FTA 1-4, Student Coun- cil 1-4, President 4; Class President 3; Class Treasurer 2; Science Club 3, 4, Reporter 4; HEP Club 3,4. FUTURE PLANS: College. JANE BUSH BUSINESS COURSE ACTIVITIES: Senior Play, Student Direct- or; Class Secretary 2, 3,4; Filibuster Staff 2,3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, President 3; FHA 1-4. FUTURE PLANS: College and work. ELAINE DEACONS COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: Ath- letic Sisters 2-4; HEP Club 4; Junior Play; FHA 4. FUTURE PLANS: Marriage. GAYLE CRANDALL BUSINESS COURSE ACTIVITIES: FTA 2, 3, Corres. Sec. 3; Secretary of Stu- dent Council 4; Cheerleading 1,3,4; Band 1-3, Treas- urer 3; Queens Court 3,4. FUTURE PLANS: College and work. LARRY DAVIS COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: Foot- ball 1,2; FFA 1,2; HEP Club 3,4; Jun- ior Play. FUTURE PLANS: College and Military. DEWITT DEN SLOW COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: Var- sity Club 2-4, President 4; Base- ball 1,2; Football 1-4; Junior Play; Senior Play. FUTURE PLANS: College or Work. DON ELLISON GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: Foot- ball 1-4; Track 1,2; FFA 1, 2; Junior Play; Senior Play. FUTURE PLANS: Work or College. 52 GARY ERASER AGRICULTURE ACTIVITIES: FFA 1, 2; Chorus 1,2; HEP Club 3,4; Forensics 1, 2. FUTURE PLANS: Work and College. ROGER FRIESNER GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: Junior Play; Senior Play. FUTURE PLANS: Work or College. ALAN ERICKSON COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: Foot- ball 1-4; Track 2-4; Varsity Club 3,4; Science Club 2-4; HEP Club 3,4; Fili- buster 2, 3; Band 1-4, President 4; Yearbook 3, 4; Jun- ior Play; Senior Play; Baseball 1,2; B. R. Pioneer Cor PG S FUTURE PLANS: Michigan State U. RONALD R. HARRIS GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: FUTURE PLANS: Work. SUSAN MARIE HOWE COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses 2-4; FHA 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Band 1,2. FUTURE PLANS: Marriage and Work. MARVIN IRWIN GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: Foot- ball 1-4; Baseball 1-4. FUTURE PLANS: Service or Work. GARY HOPKINS COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: Sci- ence Club 2-4; Foot- ball 1-4; Basketball 1-4; Baseball 1-4; Track 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Class Vice- President 2; Class President 4; HEP Club 3,4; Student Council 2, Treas- urer 3; Junior Play; Senior Play. FUTURE PLANS: College. HARRY HUCKLEBURY GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: FUTURE PLANS: Work. RICHARD JENSEN GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: Foot- ball 1-4; Baseball 1; Varsity Club 2,3, 4; FFA 1,2. FUTURE PLANS: Work. PAUL JOHNSTON GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: Class Vice-President 1; Student Council 1,2, 3. FUTURE PLANS: Work. MARY JANE KELLEY GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses Club 2, 3. FUTURE PLANS: Marriage. } 53 MARLENE KOEHN COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: FHA 1-4, Song Leader 1, President 4; FNA 3, 4, President 4; Science Club 1-4, Corresponding Sec- retary 2, Secretary 3,4. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing School. RONALD KELLEY COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: Track 1-3; Football 1-3; HEP Club 3,4; Sci- ence Club 3,4; Senior Play. FUTURE PLANS: College and Teachinf KAYE KNESTRICK GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: Class Treasurer 3,4; Fili- buster Editor 4; Junior Play; Home- coming Queen 4. FUTURE PLANS: Work. KIRSTINE LARSEN COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 1; Athletic Sis- ters 3,4; FHA 3,4; FNA 3,4; Filibuster 4; Latin Club 1; FTA 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. TONY LINN GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: FFA 1,2; Baseball 1,2; Football 1-4; Bas- ketball 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. FUTURE PLANS: Work. JUANITA MALLORY BUSINESS COURSE ACTIVITIES: Senior Play; Pep Club 1,2; 4-H Club 1. FUTURE PLANS: Business School. HERMAN MC CONNELL COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: Junior Play; Senior Play; Chorus 1,2; Foot- ball 1-4; Basketball 1-4; Baseball 2-4; Track 1-4; Class Vice President 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. ROBERT LOUCK GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: Bas- ketball 1,2; Foot- ball 1,2; Baseball 1. FUTURE PLANS: Work. GARY MILLER COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: Band 1-4; FFA 1; HEP Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. NELLIE NELSON BUSINESS COURSE ACTIVITIES: FHA 3; Athletic Sisters 2 3. FUTURE PLANS: Work. IRMTRAUT " TODDI " MEYER COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: Swim- ming Club 1-3; Chorus 1-3; Drama Club 2, 3; Debate Club 3; FHA 4; Sci- ence Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: Back to school in Germany. NANCY PIKE BUSINESS COURSE ACTIVITIES: FHA 3,4; Filibuster 3; FNA 4; Chorus 1; Athletic Sisters 3, 4, Secretary 4. FUTURE PLANS: Cosmetology and Work. LINDA MILES BUSINESS COURSE ACTIVITIES: Ath- letic Sisters 3; FHA 1-4, Reporter 4; Chorus 2; Filibuster 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play. FUTURE PLANS: Work. KATHY MOORE COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: FTA 1-4, President 4; Science Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; HEP Club 3,4; Cho- rus 1; Junior Play; Senior Play. FUTURE PLANS: College. JOYCE PIKE GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: Ath- letic Sisters 2,3,4; Chorus 2, 3. FUTURE PLANS: Work and Marriage. DUSTY PORTERFIELD GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: Cho- rus 2-4, President 4; Athletic Sisters 4; Filibuster 3, Art Editor 3; Yearbook 4; Art Editor 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. PEGGY PRUETZ COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: FNA 2-4; Class Secretary 1; FHA 1-4, His- torian-Parliamen- tarian; HEP Club 3, 4; Science Club 2-4, Vice President 3; Cheerleader 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Chorus 1. FUTURE PLANS: College. ED ROSICH COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: Track 1,2; Football 1-3; Pep Club 1,2; Band 1. FUTURE PLANS: College. LARRY RUSHMORE GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: Foot- ball 2; Visual Aids 1-3, Secretary- Treasurer 3. FUTURE PLANS: Navy. SUE SHAFFER COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: Band 1-4; FTA 1-4; Sci- ence Club 1-4; Secretary 2, Treas- urer 4; FHA 1; Stu- dent Council 4; Athletic Sisters 3, 4; Chorus 2; HEP Club 3,4; FNA 3; Pep Club 1. FUTURE PLANS: College. SHARON SPEDOSKE BUSINESS COURSE ACTIVITIES: Class Treasurer 1; Li- brarian 2; Athletic Sisters 2-4; FUTURE PLANS: Work and Marriage. LINDA STILES COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: FTA 2-4; Librarian 2-4, President 3,4; Year- book 3, 4, Asst. Copy Ed. 3, Copy Ed. 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Fili- buster 3; Athletic Sisters 4; HEP Club 3, 4; Chorus 1; Forensics 1-3. FUTURE PLANS: College. BILL STILSON GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: Track 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 4; FFA 1, 2; Varsity Club 3,4. FUTURE PLANS: Work. BONNIE SPEDOWSKE GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: Ath- letic Sisters 4; Chorus 1-4, Secre- tary-Treasurer 4. FUTURE PLANS: Work and Marriage. TED UNDERWOOD COLLEGE PREP ACTIVITIES: Class President 1,2, Vice President 3; Student Council 3,4, Vice President 4; Varsity Club 2-4, Secretary 3, Vice President 4; Science Club 2-4, Fun-Bum and Report- er 3, President 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Track 1-4; Football 1-4; Basket- ball 1-4. FUTURE PLANS: College. PAULINE WEEKS BUSINESS COURSE ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1-3, Vice President 3; FHA 1,2; Ath- letic Sisters 2-4. FUTURE PLANS: Marriage. LARRY TAGG GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: Foot- ball 1-4; Track 1-4; Basketball 1-3; Student Council 2,3; Varsity Club 2-4, Vice President 3, Treasurer 4. FUTURE PLANS: Service. GARY L. WISE GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: FFA 1; Football 1,2,4; Junior Play; Visual Aids 4; FUTURE PLANS: Work and Service. JANET VENLET GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: FHA 1, 2; FNA 2, 3; Ath- letic Sisters 2-4; Chorus 1-4; Library 3. FUTURE PLANS: Work. WALTER WRIGHT GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: FFA 1-3. FUTURE PLANS: Army. DIANE THORNE BUSINESS COURSE ACTIVITIES: FHA 1-3; GAA 2,3; Athletic Sisters 4; Band Follies 2,3; Chorus 3; Band 2,3. FUTURE PLANS: Davenport Institute. ROY WAYNE WILLIAMS GENERAL COURSE ACTIVITIES: Band 1,2; FFA 1,2; Jun- ior Play 3. FUTURE PLANS: Air Force. DOROTHY YESKEY BUSINESS COURSE ACTIVITIES: Cho- rus 1,2; FHA 1-4; Athletic Sisters 2, 3; FNA 4; Senior Play; Forensics 2. FUTURE PLANS: Marriage and Work. 57 JUNIORS HAVE SUCCESSFUL PLAY The Junior Class presented the play entitled " Papa Says No, " which was well received by all. Their other activities included the organization of the prom and banquet honoring the Seniors. Sponsoring dances also helped the Juniors financially. Shouldering the leadership responsibilities of the class were (LEFT TO RIGHT): Joie Johnston, Secretary; Doris Gray, Vice-President; Mr. Watts, Advisor; William Wahl, President; Walt Obert, Treasurer. Gary Alber Gary Anderson Ricky Anderson Terry Anderson Wayne Arendi Kathleen Arndt Rebecca Arndt William Arndt Tom Boerma Ronald Brooks William Burden Mary Bush Robert Cain Ronald Crandall William Decker Ronald Denslow Dan Deyo Barbara DuKavas John Ebenstein Donald Essex Pauline Garbow Delores Gray Doris Gray Larry Hansen Brian Habel Dennis Hardy Mary Beth Hillis William Holcomb Mark Hopkins Jerry House Ronald Irwin Joanne Johnston 59 Judy Kelley Delores Kinney Carol Kranz Janice Kuthchinski Glenn Lintemuth Rhonda Lucas Sue Lyons Kenneth Maddox Linda Mclntyre Jeff Miller Sharon Moulter Walter Obert - ' V ' :: , i " ' •rO, HJ Yvonne O ' Neil Clesson Ramsey Joseph Renne Lonnie Rogers John Rosich Jerry Ricketts James Schultz John Schultz Rebecca Scott Dianne Sharp Joyce Sharp Larry Sharp 60 HOT fM Robert Stilson Burden Stout Karen Thompson Tim Thon Jim Thorsen Kathleen Vlahandreas William Wahl Barbara Westgate Kenneth Wilber Patricia Wilkinson Duane Wright Marcia Yarrington The highlight of the Juniors ' year was their preparation of the Prom and Banquet in honor of the Seniors. Here the Juniors ' decorating committee for the Junior -Senior Prom takes time out to show off the new sphere used for the Prom. 61 SOPHOMORES GET RINGS III mmm vMM The Sophomore Class devoted most of their energies this year to conducting a Hallo- ween candy sale, sponsoring a " twirp dance, " and selecting and buying their class rings. The Soph ' s also had the envious job of welcoming the Freshmen into the high school. The Sophomore Class was led by Mr. Fitzhugh, Advisor; Nancy Edgerly, Secretary; Don Wilber, Treasurer; Bob Tronsen, President; Dorothy Moore, Vice-President. Cc Randy Almas Jan Anderson John Anderson Sally Arndt Larry Beemer Andy Benson Jo Anne Boerma Donald Burden 62 i ll Terry Burghduff Rex Corbett Mike Creighton Douglas Gulp Paul Denslow Ardith Dysard Nancy Edgerly Bill Engleman David Frye Terry Fyvie Richard Garbow Terry Goldthwait Garol Habel Marcie Halvorsen Julie Hanson Shirley Hillis Jack Hoisington Jim Hoolihan Phyllis Hopkins Vickie Howe Carolyn Hyde Ginda Hyde Goralie Irwin John Jefts i 63 So - r- y Marilyn Johnston Clifford Kilbourne Connie Knestrick Harold Knox Gary Kuikstra Wendy Lintemuth Richard Lyons Gary Mahaffey Diane McConnell Dorothy Moore Linda Morse Kenneth Newman rsrampSpMS ' Gerald O ' Neil Carlene Porter Agnes Powell Tom Sawyer Suzanne Schuberg Linda Sharum Diana Sova Barry Spedoske John Spedowski Burnell Thompson Charles Thorson Robert Tronsen Susan Turner Jane Ulrich Sharon Ulrich Brant Venlet Gene Vining Roger Vredenbur Sharon Wahl Rose Webster Ralph Weeks Ida Westgate Bruce Whipple Donald Wilber J Kenneth Wilcox Jim Wilson Jim Winekoff Jacqueline Yanke mosusY Sophomore girls concentrate on their studies during Home Economics class? 65 FRESHMEN SELL STATIONERY Being the first eighth grade class in the high school last year, the Freshmen were already trained for high school routine. Their main project for the year was selling stationery. The sale proved to be a big success. The officers that helped the class through the year were (STANDING); Vicki Speese, Secre- tary; Russell Rushmore, Treasurer. (SITTING): Gary Even s, Vice-President; Mr. Huntey, Advisor; Ronald Bongard, President. Deborah Alber Sue Arndt Beb Babbitt Nancy Bechaz Sharon Benson Tom Bloxsom Ronald Bongard Susan Burden 66 I I Jeanette Bush Patty Chipman Edward Crandall Patsy Creighton Gay Lynn Davidson Peggy Davis Jay Edgerly Gary Evans Neil Frye Thomas Garnett Howard Gates Duane Goldthwait Alice Hovis Brenda Howe Kenneth Johnston Charles Kelly Virginia Kelly Rose Keuhs Polly Jo Kinnee Mary Kinney Larry Kunnen Linda Kutchinski Mary Lutterbeck Artie Marie Mallory 67 Larry Marek Lorraine Maurer Sue Anne McHugh Billy Miles Jerry Moore Vicky Morris Dennis Morse Shelly Morse Steve Morse John Nelson Martin Ogle Robert Peavy Stephan Peterson Eva Jean Powell Ellen Ramsey Edward Renne James Rider Russell Rushmore Keith Sarns Jack Schultz Martha Shannon Donna Sharp Jim Sharp Judy Sharp 68 • « ,y . Bradley Smith Roger Smith Roger Sova Vicki Speese Paulette Stevens Jerry Stilson Steve Thompson Tom Thon Becky Thorne Bonnie Thurston Dale Ulrich Ron Ulrich Foster Vredenburg Mike Welch Linda Wheeler Burdett Whipple Dennis Whipple Ronald Wilber Linda Wilkinson Mary Woolworth Ann Wright Dorothy Wright Steve Yarrington Maribeth Youmans 1 69 TOP ROW: Kathleen Scott, Diane Wright, Henry Marek, Wayne Wright, Archie Messenger, Ron Johnston, Vicki Holbrook, Joan Kelly, Eugene Sova, Eddie Youmans. THIRD ROW: Gail Furness, Kay Lyons, James Hoisington, Dean Erts, Alonzo Turner, Donald Schuberg, Manuel Castillo, Jacqueline Morse, David Knox, Eugene Marek. SECOND ROW: Shirley Irwin, Christine Sawyer, DeEtta Hopkins, Gary Green, Duane Anderson, Judi Elson, Linda Chipman, Janice Swartwood, Yvonne Ramsey, Colleen Eaton. BOTTOM ROW: Clifford Weeks, Nick Boerma, Judy Mumah, Donald Selfridge, David Davis, Sharon Wilber, Tim Bechaz, Terry Thomas, Mr. Fitzhugh. NOT PICTURED: Robert Davidson, Terri Mumah. 8th GRADE PREPARES FOR HIGH SCHOOL TOP ROW: Vicky Halvorsen, Kathleen Kranz, Douglas Vogg, James Sanders, Robert Gray, Darleen Moulter, Ronald Schuberg, Marvin Bowman. THIRD ROW: Shirley Moore, Mary Frye, Art Mallory, Brenda Ryan, Jess VanSycle, Gerald Ellison, Steve Almas, Robert Werner, Kay Vinning, Malcom Bishop. SECOND ROW: Mike Stilson, Maria Morris, Valerie Spedowski, Julie Sawyer, Mike Higley, Kathy Thurston, Linda Erickson, Linda Peavy, Roger Marek, Jerry Schultz. BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Mitchell, Gail Powell, Kay Louise Howe, Jonathan Moore, Linda Johnst on, Karen Wilcox, Mark Thurston, John Hovis. NOT PICTURED: Katharine Porterfield, Ernie Smith. «»» » tl i ■ m IMS II iliii SENIOR HIGHLIGHTS MOMENTS TO REMEMBER These students graduated from Morley-Stanwood with honors. Presenting them with their awards is the High School Principal, Mr. Laurent. The students are: Linda Anderson, Alan Erickson, David Bird, Ted Underwood, Pauline Weeds, Jane Bush, Sharon Spedoske, Linda Stiles, and Gary Miller. All the Seniors were required to plan and cook a meal in Psychology class. This group treated Miss Ryzenga to a REAL meal. The group consists of Gary Hopkins, Tony Linn, Paul Johnston, and Alan Erickson, who is taking the picture. The Seniors, with the help of Mr. Beaton, organized a new club which helps the students plan their future goals regarding college. It is called HEP, which stands for higher education planning. Shown is the Senior branch of the organization. 72 One of the ways the Seniors helped fill their treasury was by sponsor- ing dances. Here, Seniors Linda Anderson, Kathy Moore, and Mar- lene Koehn, sell tickets at one of the dances. Varsity cheerleader Gayle Crandall displays a real " win- ning spirit " at one of our basketball games this season. Linda Stiles did a real clever pantomime act at the annual Christmas program. The selection was Roger Miller ' s " Chug-a-Lug. " Mr. Laurent presents Kathy Moore with her Valedictorian award for highest honors at M. S. H. S. Mr. Laurent also presented awards to Sue Shaffer, Salutatorian; and Gary Hopkins, Honor Student. The speakers table is shown waiting for dessert after they had enjoyed a delicious meal of turkey and trimmings, mashed potatoes, peas, salad, rolls, cake, and ice cream. JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET ENJOYED BY ALL Toastmaster Ron Crandall kept the program moving and interesting at the Junior-Senior Banquet. Everyone especially enjoyed the rivalry which arose between the Juniors and Sen- iors when the welcome and response were presented. The Sophomores were honored with the privilege of serving at the banquet. Shown is Rose Webster waiting table. The Prom was well attended. Shown are some of the couples dancing under the new sphere which was recently purchased by the Student Council. IN THE MISTY MOONLIGHT Karen Thompson, Bill Chapin, Ardith Dysard, and Mike Creighton relax with refreshments, and music provided by the Starlighters, a sixteen piece dance band. A few of the Juniors who helped plan and organize the Prom in honor of the Seniors are shown enjoying the festivities. Two of the couples take time out to enjoy a ride on the swing, which was one of the biggest highlights at the Prom. This page sponsored by ARNDT ' S LOCKER PLANT Stanwood, Michigan Superintendent Walton Erickson, who pre- sented the diplomas to the 1965 graduating class, is shown as he awards his son, Alan, with his diploma. NOT THE SUNSET, BUT THE DAWN. The entire Senior Class stands and sings " Moments to Remem- ber, " a song whose lyrics were especially arranged for the Seniors. ' ftJK B « ■? j ■ H H 1 Mr. Erickson presents the first diploma awarded to the Class of 1965, to Toddi Meyer, the first foreign exchange student at Morley Stanwood High School. The Seniors have a chance to relax and get some fresh air before they must march. Gary Hopkins and Ron Kelly make last minute arrangements of their appearance before the Commencement exercises begin. Dr. Victor F. Spathelf, President of Ferris State College, gave the Commencement address. He encouraged more of the Seniors to further their education through College by illustrating what effect education will have on the future. Jane Bush and Larry Rushmore lead the Seniors to the stage and the climax of their thirteen years of schooling. 77 :; ??sr ..! Fifty Seniors and four chaperons visited the Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, Capitol i Building, White House, Wax Museum, Arlington Cemetery, President Kennedy ' s grave, ' Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Archives, and the Smithsonian Institute. SENIORS VISIT WASHINGTON D.C. r ? " While in Arlington Cemetery the Seniors pause to view the grave of the late President Kennedy and his two children. The grave side is freshly stocked with flowers daily. A Washington, D. C. policeman holds up traffic while the Morley-Stanwood Sen- iors cross the highway in front of the Capitol Building. 78 Some of the Seniors " check over " the various types of missiles and rockets at one of the many sections of the Smith- sonian Institute. Don Ellison appears to be " a fish out of water. Don actually is in the middle of a dive at the pool of the luxurious Park Arlington Motel where the Seniors stayed in comfort. The Seniors take a rest before boarding the buses for more tours and more steps! When the Seniors weren ' t right on schedule, they ended up waiting in line at Scholl ' s Cafeteria. The wait was worth it because the food was ex- ceptionally good. Gayle Crandall, Roger Friesner, .Kay Knestrick, and Gary Hopkins, rest for a minute in the warm sunshine before entering the Museum of History and Technology. Everyone is bright and cheerful and not at all tired! ? Most of the Seniors wisely used the bus riding for rest but, of course, there were a few who used it for other things. i MORLEY LUMBER COMPANY Bu i Id ing Mater ial s Quality Lumber Free Delivery Anywhere See us for: Paint W i ndows Doors Wal 1 Panel ing Ce i 1 i ngs Ti le Etc. . . When you want lumber, call this number--UL 6- 615 80 STANWOOD STATE SAVINGS BANK Stanwood Incorporated I919 Mich i gan Ir- " The Best Interest Paid By a Community Is The interest It Pays in Their School ' 81 MC CONNELL ' S SELF SERVICE GROCERY Rogers Heights Phone 796-6080 Stan and Fern McConnell Propr ietors 82 FARM BUREAU SERVICES INC. I STANWOOD BRANCH See us for our services: Bulk feeds Fertilizers and lime Spreading and delivering Seed and grain Petroleum products Fence and roofing Hardware and paint Coal IBUREAUA " %B! 83 iii We of the Mohawk staff of 1965 sincerely hope] that in the future years this issue of the " Mohawk " will be a cherished memento of happy years at! Morley Stanwood High--a reminder of favorite class-s mates and of the wonderful hours outside the class-g room. For some of us, we have been here for four! years of high school. Now we must leave and stepj out to face a future that is very uncertain. In what- ever degree of success or failure we may find our- selves in years to come, if a glance at these pages will! lighten our labors--if only for a single moment--wej deem our yearbook worthwhile. Each of the students here at M.S.H.S. had a! part in making this school year one to be remem- bered. Each event will be remembered; some wereJ happy occasions, and others sad, but they are nnadej a part of our school career--a time never to be} forgotten. THE MOHAWK STAFF Alan Erickson Editor ' ■■X ' [ ' iy p j y . y r ' ' id: ' I c ; V - feH«- m " tff - . ' t [ij tiii Wi II -, J


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