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W-.. .W . ,. ,ml..,..., - W W..-v,,,,3,,,.H.,,.,,,L Vincent Opalek Editor-in-chief FOREWORD Our theme for this 1940 volume of The Oaks, commemorat- ing the Fiftieth Anniversary of the founding of Muskegon Heights, was a popular choice. What, indeed, would have been more appropriate than pride in the progress of our own community? The City of Muskegon Heights has come a long way since the day of the pioneer. "From wilderness to great center of industry in Western Michigan" adequately describes the steady growth of our community through the last 50 years. This volume memorializes a half century of progress presenting incidentally a pictorial reminder of still greater strides yet to be taken. It is for each of us. as good citizens of this city, to plan and hope and build--tor today and for the future. Photography by PAUL SCHULZE FRANK COSCARELLI .,. . ,.-,-v-w---V.--,,-y-ww,-U-syqvqv THE EDITOR VINCENT OPALEK Vincent Opalek, Editor-in-chief of this volume oi The Oaks, took an abiding interest in the work of high school publications four years ago. During his high school career he served as a cub reporter and an editor of the high school bi-weekly newspaper, "The Acorn," and as editor of "The Oaks." He enrolled during the first two years as an "extracurricular" student, for at that time journalism was simply extra work after school hours and was not considered a regular course of study. During the last two years, Vincent received credit for his work. It is notable, however, that dur- ing his entire high school course Vincent did his best at all times. He was reliable, enthusiastic, and developed a good "nose for news" as well as an acceptable style. 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L4 -, f '23 ' - ,. 5, V. Wu. Q img, Q M " 9 .Wg aa 4- , N 'X , , , -TE 5. Sv 2- wa xbfk "fp wg gp -M 'il'-I 0' 7 Dvf' wma N, 3 iff 4 Q ff is W ' -f "E 11' -1. 1' M M K E .N ,,W,.Wf ---T -,.. -,-,.,,., -W --- -an-fn - - ' M vv--sv------w T-T t DEDICATION The possession of a kind heart, a friendly spirit, and a sympathetic understanding makes one a good teacher. For these qualities and a keen insight into her chosen profession, to say nothing of her fine sense of humor, we dedicate this yearbook to Miss Iulia A. Sprague. ,mq4f45Q5:5gg1v,qye:,pm-f- M. Vfwgf, wymm, ,X X 1 U X K 3 zznwzw-w, "f'0M'W 3 , .. ,, . , 0-W1 M -W-Am-fw-wzmvs K its f'.".T."..'7 uw.. ,H Lx f i Bl- A if W Us X- fff ' mm"'h 1? l E if o u Q BOARD OF EDUCATION uptJ Booker CS ioii re E11 Moo Booth fPres.J nd r. Lu D Damm id Cobb Re ADMINISTRATORS DR. C. A. LUND President Board of Education W. R. BOOKER Superintendent of Schools M. E. RUDD C F BOLT Faculty Athletic Manager Principal ' I STUDENT OFFICIALS i VIRGINIA MIXER Clerk Secretary to the Principal TOM BEGLEY President Student Council NANCY CULVER Vice-president THELMA BURDICK Secretary pqnuwuuunm -F'-v--T- --1---- .V - , ,O ...,-, WW-, 4, T Y ,mr ,,,, ww Y Y STUDENT COUNCIL BACK ROW: CARLSON, STEGEMAN, DRYOVAGE. GARDNER, LONGTIN. THORNBERRY FRONT ROW: BURDICK. CULVER. BEGLEY, GEISLER, SEYFERTH. MCCALEB. B OUR ACRES OF DIAMONDS Presiflen fs A ddress Youth tends to look to national figures for inspiration, overlooking familiar personages. Where could one find better evidence of prog- ress and development than at home, in Mus- kegon Heights? Muskegon Heights was founded fifty years ago, and each year has shown advancement. Our prospective growth is unknown. Many cities surpass their summit, but our peak is not nearly attained. The foundation of a nation is in its industry, consequently we are unafraid, for this is our foundation. The widely diversified industries here offer opportunities in every field, but they will not be handed to us. We must face each day with a challenge and anticipate from life only as much as we contribute to it. We must prosper by mistakes, put aside wrong. and build on right, in order to achieve the realization that we have put something into the world. Our closeness to these opportunities makes them difficult to see. Too many students believe that only in "the big city" can fame and fortune be attained. Do not travel afar looking GALLUP CARLSON Vice-President Secretary TOM BEGLEY for success when such excellent opportunities lie here at home. Fifty years from now the attention of the graduating class of this school will undoubted- ly be focused upon the progress of our city. Are you going to do your part in advancing Muskegon Heights? Will you take advantage of the opportunities it offers? If we, as its citi- zens, can forward it in our lifetime, we will truly have accomplished something. LONGTIN Treasurer MCCALEB Serg.-at-arms DONNA M. ALGEO College Diploma p Her manner is as winning as her smile. Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Booster Club 3, 4: Girl Scouts Z, 3,.4: Gym Exhibition 1: Iunior Play 3: Library Club Officer 3, 4: Booster Club Officer 4: Girl Scouts Officer 3, 4: Iunior Arbor Girl. lOHN W. ALVORD General Diploma Don't worry, it makes wrinkles. Reserve Basketball 2: Hi-Y Club 3: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3. 4: Music Festival 3: Band 3: Minstrel Show 2: Operetta 3. ALBERT H. ANDERSON. IR.M General Diploma He leads them all a merry chase-the teachers, and the girls. Reserve Football l: Varsity Football 2, 3, 4: Varsity Basket- ball l, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Baseball 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y Club 2, 3: Iunior Play 3. LILLIAN LORRAINE ANDERSON General Diploma There's more in me than you understand. Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Gym Exhibition 1. RUSSELL CLARK ANDERSON General Diploma He is true to her and his friends too. Glee Club 2: Mixed Chorus 3. 4: Iunior Play 3: Mu ic Festi- val 2, 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3. 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Fall Concert l, 2, 3, 4: Minstrel Show 2: Operetta 3. GEORGE APOSTOLOS College Diploma Good humor is the sunshine of the world. French Club 4: Orchestra 4: Declamation 2: Extemporan- eous 3. ROBERT C. AUE General Diploma Just keep quiet and take notice. Reserve Football 2: Intramural Basketball 1, Z. DORTHEA GRACE AUSTIN College Diploma My heart is ever at your service. Glee Club l, 2: Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Music Festivoul l, 3, 4: Operetta 3. IN OUR FRESHMAN YEAR, and first year ot high school, We were pretty "big." We elected Wilfred Fortier president:-QK,en- neth Kooi, vice-president: Anna Kramer, secretary: Peggyt Brooks, treasurer: Bill Carr, sergeant-at-arms: Miss Kathleen Macdonald and Mr. Griffin, advisors. LYLE ELBERT AYERS General Diploma , At least a tall mari must be looked up to. Intramural Baseball 1: Beaux Arts Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Acorn Stat! 4: Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Music Festival 1. 2. 3, 4: Band 2, 3: Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Fall Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Minstrel Show 2: Operetta 3. EVELYN LORETTA BARDING General Diploma To be merry best becomes her. Intramural Basketball 1. 2, 4: Commercial Club 2: Band 1, 2. 3, 4: Spring Concert 1, Z. 3, 4: Fall Concert 1, 2, 3, 4. MARGARET MADELYN BARRETT College Diploma True wisdom joined with simplicity. Beau! Arts Club 2, 3: Gym Exhibition 1. HERBERT D. BARTELS College Diploma A regular fellow and the best of pals. Reserve Football, 1, 2, 3: Varsity Football 4: Intramural Basketball 1. NORMAN E. BATCHELDER General Diploma I will leave large footprints cfn the sami of time. Acorn Staff 4: Glee Club Z, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Music Festival 2: Minstrel Show ,2: Operetta 3: Editor ot Pine Cone. THOMAS F. BEGLEY College Diploma His goal is set high, and he will reach it. ,Reserve Football 2: Track 2: Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Science Club 4: Hi-Y Club 2: Iunior Play 3: Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4: Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: I-'all Concert 1, 2: Minstrel Show 2: Student Council Member 2. 3, 4: Student Council Officer 4: Class President 2. 4: Class Treasurer 3: Operetta 3: "Swing" Orchestra 3, 4. GEORGE E. BEMENT. IR. College Diploma A steady worker, a quiet one, sticking to work that must be done. Science Club 4: Boy Scouts 1, 2. 3, 4: Sea Scouts 1, Z, 3, 4: Bicycle Safety Contest 1: Science Club Otticer 4. ROSEMARY IUNE BENIAMIN College Diploma Her ways are pleasantness and all her paths are peace. Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3: Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2. 3, 4: Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Fall Concert l, 2, 3, 4. SOPHOMORES AS WE NOW WERE, We had little chance to "boss" the new freshmen, so we elected Tom Begley president: Jeanne Hislop, vice-president: Iane Carlson, secretary: Maurice Brash, treasurer: lack Longtin, sergeant-at-arms: Mr. Gillaspy and Miss Wooster, advisors. CARL VICTOR BENSON General Diploma Great men always have little to say. Glee Club 3, 4. GEORGE G. BLACKBURN ' General Diploma - A ,ffl Let him roll smooth in his current forrever. ' It 1 Glee Club 2. 3: Mixed Chorus 1, Z, 3: Music Festival l,.-Z,"3g',,: Spring Concert 1, 2, 3: Fall Concert 1, 2, 3: Minstrelflhdiiriii E Operetta 3. ' ' ,pjyfkff DELBERT FRANCIS BLAHA il' , General Diploma , 4 1 Vy'Efg1s4j My words are few but spoken with Sense. ,Wg QQQQQQLQQQ. Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed chews 3, 4: Minstrel shqwggigep-?5.g?3fg1- , . ifveeihy' f A mfrw'-.1 'rfitelfkq ' 'g:'gf'Fw,4ft4g.f1,43'. l. REIANE BARBARA BOGEN . ,- A A 4: ?S','Vf?fe2,"'.5 General Diploma it 1 1 Just naturally full of fun. 'V . '. Beaux Arts Club 1, 2, 4: Library Club 4: Girl L: ftp Glee Club l, 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Music.FestivaF,1F'j-Q'QjQ,.'l f ' i'V'fl,QQf Concert 4. P 2-5 :f,'v1xQt,g3f' it lggfff -K refs 4 . :'E'li'i'?Pf.LV,l. 'itlff 1 - IOHN ROBERT BORGMAN A 15-'fg5qi:a1,f?e1,M3 wg General Diploma -1 I 'm content to mind my own business. " G1ee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed chorus 1. 2, '3,,4':' 4. 1, 2. a, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 41 spring Aceneenji. Concert l, 2, 3. 4: Minstrel Show 1: Operetta' ig,gQ'g'?S'j'5 5i 1a. 5?, AUDREY MARIE BOUR 1. . General Diploma e 35 Always ready to make new friends. Library Club l: Girl Reserves 4: Glee.Clv,tlq'f'I:Q,g'g,p ' fue...- Chorus 3, 4: Gym Exhibition 1: Music E9Sli'illlt19ifIfrf1 l efig 3: Spring Concert 2. - - HELEN ALICE BOZEMAN 4, General Diploma I ' V f The worthiest are not the loudest. 1 , '-L . c.1ee Club 1. . gif- '?ifTl1fiiff245' 1 1 5 1 1 MAURICE ALLEN BRASH A 2 . 15 g vi--1 Hp- College Diploma lff'pl'?af?fggp A typical modern American Youth. Q 'f'.-if-1-'?E2tg""2 1' Reserve Football 2: Varsity football 3, 4: Reseiye'HQQl!QQ7Qll' 5 2: Varsity Basketball 3, 4: Co-Captain' 4: Yarsityiiaieball 2, 3. 4: Captain 4: Hi-Y Club 2, 3. 4: Music .Festival,21r5:Q,T.fQ:7,4f7, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Spring Concert- 1, 2, 3. 1, 2: Student Council Member 2: Class Treusureifgzftkthietict' Board oi Control 4: All Conference and All Statev'Fpotball' Teams. -A V-ff-7 1- ' y UI, ,, ,,,.l WHEN WE WERE IUNIORS we eerteanly went .inif'egtg41pE111eeg,.,4: 1 from 8 to 10 p m The second was on March 17 from 8,toglfl1' plimlji the third on April 28 from 8 to 11 p.m. Games were played and refreshments were served to all those present. The hrst one was November 18 in the high schoolfrgaifeferialefp ROBERT IRVING BRAYLEY Commercial Diploma Napoleon was a little man, but he was a great success. Commercial Club 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Minstrel Show 2. FRANK LACEY BROWN College Diploma What men have done can still be done, and shall be done today. Track 4: Science Club 4: Hi-Y Club 4: Glee Club l, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Iunior Play 3: Orchestra 2, 3: Spring Con- cert 2. 3: Fall Concert 3: Minstrel Show 2: Declamation 2, 3: Operetta 3. ESTHER IUDITH BULGACH Commercial Diploma Good nature is but one of her virtues. Commercial Club 2. 3. 4: French Club 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4: Dramatics Club Officer 4: Girl Reserves 4: Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Senior Play 4: lunior Play 3. RUDOLPH ROBERT BUTAS General Diploma 'Tis not what man does that exalfs him, but what man would do. ELLEN M. CAMPBELL Commercial Diploma Good sense and good nature, an excellent combination. Track 1, 2, 3: Intramural Basketball l, 2. 3: Intramural Base- ball l, 2, 3: Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Gym Exhibition 1: Music Festival 4: Spring Concert 4. VIRGINIA DELILIA CAMPBELL College Diploma She's here. Oh, No! She's there. French Club 4: Library Club 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Girl Scouts 2, 3, 4: Acom Staff 4: G. R. Inter-Club Council 4: Library Club Officer 3, 4: Girl Scout Officer 2, 3, 4: Oaks Staff 4: Iunior Arbor Girl. ROBERT IOHN CAMPSMITH General Diploma Let your work speak for itself. PHYLLIS IEAN CAREY XVI College Diploma Her carefree disposilimi and hor 1'heerfuI smile. French Club 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4: Girl Reserves 3, 4: Gym Exhibition 1: G. R. Inter-Club Council 4: Debate 3: Girl Re- serves Ofticer 4. WE WERE IUNIORS THEN, starting off at a rapid pace. We tried, just tried, to keep up with those. fast-stepping seniors. Ieanne Hislop was elected president: Vincent Opalek, vice-presi- dent: Carolyn Chesney, secretary: Torn Begley, treasurer: Max Dodds, sergeant-at-arms: advisors, Mr. Murray and Mr. Kruizenga. -.wx-s to .4-W-4, .-,. ,,....,,.,.,,...,,,,,,.,,,.,,.,,,, ,, AG., WWE, Wx, IANE MARGARET CARLSON Commercial Diploma True to her word, her work, her friends. Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Gym Exhibition 1: Senior Play 4: Iunior Play 3: Music Festival l, 2, 3. 4: Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Fall Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council Member 2, 3, 4: Student Council Olticer 3: Class Secretary Z, 4: Declamation Z: Operetta 3: Iunior Arbor Girl. CARL N. CASTLE, lR. College Diploma No sinner or no saint, perhaps, but yet the best of chaps. y Varsity Baseball 2: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Intra- mural Baseball 3: Hi-Y Club 4. DONOVAN IOSEPH CAVANAUGH General Diploma A serious look but a happy nature. Glee Club 2: Minstrel Show 2. CAROLYN MARY CHESNEY IQ Commercial Diploma She has a nature that is gentle and rehned. Tennis 2: Track l, 2: Intramural Basketball 1, 3.4: Intra- mural Baseball 1. 2: Commercial Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Booster Club 3, 4: Gym Exhibition 1: Student Council Member 3: Class Secretary 3: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Booster Club Otticer 4: Iunior Arbor Girl. MARY MARGARET CIRNER " General Diploma DQ!-J ut! A cheerful smile makes lots of friends. Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4. , e rla,'rtf,s.C' L' ROBERT H. COBURN' Q-,L may General Diploma ' F H If business interferes with pleasure, cut out business. Varsity Football 4: Track 4: Hi-Y Club 2, 3: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3. 4: Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Fall Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: "Swing" Orchestra 4. GERALDINE EVELYN COLES General Diploma How does she keep so cheerful? Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Band 3, 4: Operetta 3. BETTY IANE COOPER General Diploma ' A pleasant girl with a pleasant smile. Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 4. NETTY IEAN COOPER General Diploma A gentle maiden yet she knows her way. Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Music Festival 1. REMEMBER THE NIGHT of November 23, 1938, when you "tack- led" your girl and took her to the Football Dance? The floor was made to look like a field. Bleachers were placed around the sides, so that ii the plays were too rough on the field, you could sit on the sidelines. FRANK PAUL COSCARELLI General Diploma The manly point is to do with might and main what you can do. Reserve Football 2: Acom Stall 4: Oaks Stall 4. LAURA MAXINE CURRIE Commercial Diploma The mildest manner with the bravest mind. Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Commercidl Club 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2: Gym Exhibition 1. ALICE L. CZERNIAK General Diploma A.. gunny disposition is half the battle. Club 1, 2, 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Music Festival 1. HOWARD W. DANIELS General Diploma Life f'fisn't all work, but a good part of it is. 1 MAHIORIE LILLIAN DAVIES General Diploma Silence is better than a crown. Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4. LEO IOSEPH DEAN College Diploma His height gives him an advantage not to be scorned. Track 1: Science Club 1. SPYROS C. DENDRINO College Diploma Why take life seriously, yoidll never get out of it alive. Reserve Football 1, 2: Varsity Football 3, 4: Varsity Baseball 3: Track 2, 4: Intramural Basketball 2. BERNARD JOHN DEYOUNG College Diploma The greatest things in life have small beginnings. ON DECEMBER 9, 1938, at 8:15 p.m. we went aboard his Majesty's good ship "Pinafore." On deck lords, ladies, and a jolly crew greeted us. Marjorie Thornberry and Stewart Arnold sang the leads. The performance was under the com- mand of Miss Margret VanRaalte and Mr. Paul Schulze. 5 'i l l l i i 5 i 1 l 1 3 5 3 1 1 4 i 5 is RALPH ERNEST DICK General Diploma A mild courteous gentleman. Intramural Basketball 2: Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Music Festival 2. 3, 4: Band 2. 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3. 4: Spring Con- cert 2. 3, 4: Fall Concert 2, 3, 4: "Swing" Orchestra 4. GEORGE E. DICKINSON General Diploma Better to be small and shine, than large and cast a shadow. Reserve Basketball l. 2: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basket- ball l, 3, 4: Hi-Y Club I. 2: Glee Club 3: Music Festival l, 2: Band 1, 2: Orchestra 2, 3: Spring Concert 1, 2. 3: Fall Con- cert l. 2, 3. MAX BERNARD DODDS College Diploma A friind and a gentleman, what more is to be sat . Reserve Football 2: Varsity Football 3, 4: Tennis 4: Track 3: Beaux Arts Club 2. 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Senior Play 4: Iunior Play 3: Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2. 3, 4: Spring Concert l, 2, 3, 4: Fall Concert 1. 2, 3, 4: Minstrel Show 2: Class Sergeant-at- Arms 3: "Swing" Orchestra 3, 4. ADRIANA DOLISLAGER General Diploma Silent folks are more efficient. Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Gym Exhibition 1. GRACE EDEN Commercial Diploma She has a nature that is gentle, refined. Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Gym Exhibition 2: Spring Con- cert 4: Fall Concert 4. I MARGARET MARIE ELENBAAS Commercial Diploma Her friends are many, her foes, are there any? Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1: Music Festival 2, 3: Band 1. 2, 3, 4: Fall Concert 4. L IULIA ELKO General Diploma Her dark eyes tell the truth. Glee Club 2: Mixed Chorus 2. ARDIS IUNE EMERSON General Diploma Her nature is best revealed by the air of quiet she wears. Commercial Club 2, 3. 4: Dramatics Club 4: Girl Reserves 3. 4: Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Gym Exhibition l. "HILL BETWEEN" MAKES A HIT with the audience. The Iunior Play was a story of mountain people, their customs, and ideas on the modern way of living. The story was well portrayed by the characters. Leading roles of Anne, wife of Dr. Sanders, and that of Dr. Sanders himself, were taken by lane Carlson and Albert Anderson. ..V.c,-F.. ...,,,,.,.-.., .,. V .-,.... V .,.,,, RUTH EVELYN ERICKSON Commercial Diploma Always calm, but not always still. Commercial Club Z: Booster Club 1. ANTINETTE EZERSKY Commercial Diploma What strong hand can holfl her swift foot back? Tennis 2: Intramural 1, Z. 3, 4: Intramural Baseball 2: Library Club 2: Booster Club 3, 4: Girl Reserves l: Girl Scouts 2: Gym Exhibition 1: Music Festival 1: Orchestra 1. lAMES L. FAIRRIS College Diploma A man who is not ready for fun, is not hwmmz. Tennis Z, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball Z. 3. 4: French Club 4: Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Senior Play 4: Iunior Play 4: Spring Concert 2, 3: Fall Concert 2, 3: Minstrel Show 2: Operetta 3: Hi'Y Officer 3. 4: Boy's Doubles and Mixed Doubles Badminton Championship 3: Cheer Leader 3. 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4. ALBERT MACK FALONY College Diploma Little man, what now? Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Iunior Play 3: Spring Concert 2, 3: Fall Concert 2, 3: Minstrel Show 2. EARL l. I-'ARWIG General Diploma A twinkle in his eye besperlks a fun loving soul. lntramural Basketball 2. DONNA IEAN F IKE College Diploma A friendly girl with many frieiirls. Intramural Basketball 2, 3. 4: Acorn Stall 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Music Festival 4: Declamation Z: Oaks Staff 4: Iunior Arbor Girl: "Swing" Orchestra 4. IOHN B. FLETCHER College Diploma Good natured and to all a friend. Reserve Football 2, 3: Varsity Football 4. WILFRED LORIN FORTIER College Diploma A He aims high and always hits his mark. I Tennis 3, 4: French Club 4: Science Club 4: Hi-Y Club 1 2 3. 4: Student Council Member l: Class President l: Club Officer 3. TWO LONG YEARS we waited to have a night out with the seniors, and what should happen but we had to do the treating! Oh well, we had a swell time even if it did rain as it always does on a picnic. We played badminton under the trees and danced in the pavilion. O IOYCELYN EVA FOSDICK Commercial Diploma Music is well saul to be the speech of angels. Commercial Club 4: Library Club 1: Girl Reserves 1: Glee Club 2: Mixed Chorus 2: Music Festival 2: Spring Concert Z. Boys' Glee' Club Pianist. MARSHALL GENE GALLUP IV' Commercial Diploma Upon his brow, nature has written, a gentleman. Reserve Football 3: Varsity Football 4: Reserve Basketball 1, 2: Intramural Basketball 1. Z, 3, 4: Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: Beaux Arts Club 1, 2: Student Council Member 4: Class Vice-President 4. ALBERT l. GALY General Diploma Happy am I, from care' I'm free. Intramural Basketball 1: Glee Club 1, Z, 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Minstrel Show 2. IRENE M. GARDNER Commercial Diploma In her very quietness there is charm. Intramural Basketball 2. 3: Intramural Baseball Z: Com- mercial Club 2: Glee Club 3: Gym Exhibition l: Intramural Volleyball 3: intramural Track 2. ROBERT M. GARDNER General Diploma I 'm a quiet fellow-sometimes. Glee Club 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 4: Music Festival 1. 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Spring Concert 1. Z, 3: Fall Concert 1, 2. 3. KATHERINE MARY GARY Commercial Diploma Cheerful, ambitious, happy, and gay. Entered from Deadwood, S. Dak., 2: Dramatics Club 1: Intramural Basketball 1: Class Treasurer 1: Gym Exhibition 1: Commercial Club 2. BETTY IUNE GIBSON She preferred to be good rather than seem so. Entered from Kankakee High School, Kankakee, Ill. 4: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3. ALONZO PAUL GOMERY College Diploma His patience will achieve more than his force. Glee Club Z, 3, 4. WE ALL HAD FUN when we had a night out with the sen- iors Ianuary 6, 1939. We believe the seniors enjoyed it as much as We, dancing, playing games, talking or eating. Say, by the way, wasn't that cake delicious? And did you meet that good- looking senior? tplurall EVELYNE L. GRAFF College Diploma Sophistication is her middle Entered from Mt. Mercy Academy 2: French Club 4: Dramat- ics Club I: Girl Reserves 2, 3. 4: Glee Club l, 3: Mixed Chorus 4: Declamation 2: Iunior Arbor Girl. WILLIS C. HANSEN College Diploma Let him dance on forever. Reserve Football 2, 3. IEAN LUCILLE HEDGECOCK College Diploma She was meant to speak plain and to the purpose. Glee Club 3, 4. WILLIAM A. HEGEDUS General Diploma His hands betray his artistic ability. Reserve Football 3: Beaux Arts Club Z, 3, 4. LEWIS WILLIAM HEMPHILL College Diploma Few things are impossible to diligence. - I Reserve Football 1, Z: Varsity Football 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4. RACHEL RHODA HILTNER College Diploma Each of her accomplishments is polished to the finest point of workmanship. French Club 4: Dramatics Club 4: Debate 3, 4: Declamation 2: President of Debate Class 4: Iunior Arbor Girl. GLORIA IEAN HINCHMAN College Diploma A girl with a manner all her own. Dramatics Club 3, 4: Girl Reserves 3, 4: Gym Exhibition I: G. R. Inter-Club Council 4: Senior Play 4: Iunior Play 3: Music Festival 2, 3: Band l: Orchestra 2, 3: Spring Concert Z, 3: Iunior Arbor Girl. LILLIAN DORA HIRSCH General Diploma Forever foremost in the ranks of fun. Girl Reserves 4. BIG YEAR PLANNED by busy seniors who elected Tom Begley president: Marshall Gallup, vice-president Iane Carlson secre tary: 'Bob McCaleb, sergeant-at-arms. With these leaders and advisors, Miss Margret VanRaalte and Mr Iames Verduin no wonder we had a successful year. IEANNE MARIE HISLOPM! College Diploma Twinkle, twinkle goes her eye, Who we wonder is the guy. Intramural Basketball 2, 3. 4: Acorn Statt 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Iunior Play 3: Music Festival 4: Student Council Member 1. 2, 3: Student Council Officer 3: Class President 3: Class Vice- President 1, 2: Declamation 2: Oaks Statt 4: Iunior Arbor Girl: Spring Concert 4. NELSON MARVIN HISLOP General Diploma As steady as a clock. Reserve Football 1, 2: Varsity Football 4: Reserve Basket- 'ball 2: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Baseball 1, 2: Commercial Club 2, 3: Glee Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Music Festival 3, 4: Minstrel Show 3. ROBERT GERRIT HOEKENGA General Diploma To spend too much time in studies is sloth. IACK H. HOGAN General Diploma Speaking of chivalry-how about Jack? Entered Irom Marmion Military Academy, Aurora, Ill., 4. MAURICE ALFRED HOGAN College Diploma A cheerful grin will let you in. Reserve Football Z. ROBERT STANLEY HOMAN P7 College Diploma An athlete and popular among girls, as well as others. Golt 1: Reserve Football 1: Varsity Football 2, 3, 4: Reserve Basketball l: Varsity Basketball 2. 3: Track 1. 2, 3, 4: ln- tramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y Club 4. VIRGINIA RUTH HoPPUs Ml College Diploma A smile is the main spring of happiness. Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Intramural Baseball 1, 2: Girl Scouts -1: Glee Club 4: Gym Exhibition l: ylusic Festival 4. IERRY JOHN HORNIK General Diploma An athlete and a mighty one, Who plays until the game is won. Reserve Football 2, 3: Varsity Football 4: Reserve Basket- ball 2: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Baseball 1: Glee Club 2, 4: Mixed Chorus 4. THE SCORE WAS 7-0. Of course, that's what We mean, the football game at Hackley field, with Muskegon, November 18, 1939. In case you have forgotten, remember the march down Sanford street with the band. Remember how we stopped in front of school and sang songs and heard speeches from the players. FRANK I. HOTWAGNER M Commercial Diploma Step by step the ladder is ascended. Intramural Basketball 1. 2: Commercial Club 3, 4. ANN HRADSKY College Diploma She is one of the quiet kind, But a better girl is hard to find. Intramural Basketball 1: Intramural Baseball 1, 2: Gym Exhibition l. SUSAN HULKA Commercial Diploma Jolly and gay, she's always that way. Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Commercial Club 2. 3: Glee Club I: Mixed Chorus l, 2: Gym Exhibition 1: Music Festival Z: Spring Concert 2. VON l. HULSEBOS General Diploma Those who know the most say the least. STEVEN M. HUMY Commercial Diploma It is a pleasure to all, to see how he enjoys life. Commercial Club 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Minstrel Show 2: Operetta 3. NORMAN MAURICE IACOBSON College Diploma Don't worry me with women. Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3: Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Fall Concert 1, Z. DONALD EARL IOHNSON General Diploma If I can't find a way, I'll let it go. DONALD EDWARD TOHNSON General Diploma A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men. Tennis 4: Beaux Arts Club I, 2, 4: Dramatics Club 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Spring Concert 2: Fall Concert 2: Minstrel Show 2. FATE STEPPED IN and "you stepped out" on Friday night, October 13, 1939, all because fate played a hand in helping keep your best girl away from some "outside power." We hope nothing really out of the ordinary happened to you that night, or did it? Sh-h-h! Watch out! lpwunf-s--.-N-.--1--w ---- -rw .. .. ..,....-V ---..-.--1.--...,.-.,..-...,...,.,.,,.k ,WV t B ' I GLORIA EDITH IOHNSON Commercial Diploma A serious, stuolious girl, yet takes time for her friends. Commercial Club 2: Glee Club Z. 3: Mixed Chorus 4: Gym Exhibition 1: lunior Play 3. LEONARD FRANK JOHNSON General Diploma Small but up and coming. Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3: Music Festival 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Spring Concert 3: Fall Concert 3. PAUL ARTHUR IOHNSON College Diploma He is 'very energetic in what he undertakes. Reserve Football 1, 2: Commercial Club l: Hi-Y Club 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Spring Concert 1. 2: Fall Concert 1, 2. WALTER R. IOHNSON, IR. College Diploma , Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well. ' Science Club 4: Senior Play 4: Iunior Play 3: Music Festival l 1, 2. 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3. 4: Spring Concert l, 2, 3, 4: Fall Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Declamation 2: Extemporaneous 3: Oratory 4: "Swing" Orchestra 4. CLARENCE KENNETH IOHNSTON, IR. General Diploma Pretty ambitious, eh what? Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Spring Concert Z: Minstrel Show 2: Student Council Member 2. MARION CATHERINE IONAS General Diploma Always a gentle smile to greet you. Commercial Club 2: Library Club 1, Z, 3. 4: Girl Scouts 2: Gym Exhibition 1: Library Club Ofticer 2, 4. ARTHUR LOGAN IONES General Diploma If all the school were athletics, how happy I'd be. Reserve Football 1, 2: Varsity Football 3, 4: Reserve Basket- ball 1: Track 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 1. HELEN IUHAS Commercial Diploma Manner alone beams dignity on all. Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4. BASKETBALL SEASON was a great success, the Tigers receiv- ing a trophy tor their well-earned victories as Southwest Con- ference Champions. All ot us remember the biggest thrill when the boys played Muskegon and won, even though Muskegon had defeated them earlier in the year. AGNES ROBERTA KANDALEC Commercial Diploma A quiet demure maid with few words. Commercial Club l, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 2: Glee Club l: Gym Exhibition l. NELLIE HENRIETTA KATT Commercial Diploma A student, an athlete, a merry girl too. Tennis 2: Track 1, 2: Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Intra- mural Baseball Z: Commercial Club 2: Booster Club 1, 3, 4: Glee Club l. 2: Iunior Play 3: Music Festival 1: Student Council Member 1: Athletic Board ot Control 4: MH 2. MARIORIE ELEANOR KEEDLE General Diploma An artist who will receive recognition Intramural Basketball 4: Commercial Club 2, 3: Beaux Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Acorn Stall 4: Gym Exhibition l: Oaks Stall 4. DOROTHY MAE KELLEY General Diploma Good manners are the small coin of virtue. Intramural Basketball l, 2: Beaux Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club l: Science Club l: Girl Reserves l, 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Mixed Chorus 1. ELDON KELLEY General Diploma In his face I see the map of honor, truth and loyalty. DAWN YVONNE KIRKPATRICK College Diploma A girl of silence, a girl of sense. Intramural Basketball l, 2: Intramural Baseball 1, 2: Gym Exhibition l: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2. DONALD CARL KNOPF College Diploma He has done the work of a true man. Science Club 4: Hi-Y Club Z, 3: Glee Club -2, 3: Music Festival 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 4: Spring Concert 3, 4: Fall Concert 3, 4: Minstrel Show 2: Operetta 3: "Swing" Orchestra 4: Hi-Y Officer 3. DONNA MARILYNN KOCHER College Diploma A quiet little maid with a quiet little way. Beaux Arts Club 1: Science Club 4: Girl Scouts 3, 4: Band 3. WINTER WONDERLAND, the annual Booster club dance certain- ly didn't look wintry with all those gay formals the girls wore The dance Was held Ianuary '25, 1940, and Frank Lockage pro- vided the music. We invited Iunior College, and North Muske- gon students, so We had a very large crowd. 'fi 5 A f .. s 3 4 l l 1 1 l l 4 J IRENE MARY KOTELES College-Commercial Diploma As a girl who wants to get ahead, few are her equal. Track 1: Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Glee Club 1: Gym Exhibition 1: Music Festival 1: Spring Concert 1: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2. OLGA ANNE KOVARCIK Commercial Diploma The type that sticks till the end. ANNE M. KRAMER Commercial Diploma To judge this maiden right you well must know her. Intramural Basketball 1, Z: Intramural Baseball 1, 2: Com- mercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Gym Exhibition 1: Senior Play 4: Music Festival 2: Class Secretary 1: Iunior Arbor Girl. IAMES HAROLD KREPPS College Diploma Why a1'en't they all contented like me? Reserve Football 1. Z: Varsity Football 3, 4: Reserve Basket- ball 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y Club 2. MARCELLA RUTH KUBILINS College Diploma Sweet as any girl can safely be, with a smile from head to foot. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Baseball 1, 2: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4: Gym Exhibition 1: Girl Reserve Inter-Club Council 3, 4: Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2. 3, 4: Spring Concert 1, 2, 3. EDMUND IOSEPH KULIKOWSKI General Diploma As fond of sports as any fella. Reserve Football 2, 3: Varsity Football 4: Track 2, 4: Intra- mural Basketball 2, 3. LARRY L. KWOLEK General Diploma An athlete with a smile that canlt be denied. Reserve Football 3: Varsity Football 4: Reserve Basketball 3: Varsity Basketball 3, 4: Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3. I EVELYN ELSIE LABAN , Commercial Diploma She's nice to know.. Fall Concert 2. DID YOU DODGE THE CUPIDS at the "Cupid Caper" on February 12, sponsored by our Sophomore Class in 1938? A large crowd danced to the music of Morley Bingham's orchestra, try- ing to arrows of the Cupids with the big red hearts that decorations. Commercial Club 1: Mixed Chorus 1, 2: Spring Concert 2: N LEO HAROLD LANDGRAF College Diploma Every man 'Ls a volume, if you know how to read him. Golt 3: Varsity Baseball 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 4: Minstrel Show 3. SAMUEL LAPORTE College Diploma A cheerful fellow who did things. Hi-Y Club 3: Acom Staff 3. PAUL H. LE MIEUX Colle e Di loma 9 P In class he's awfully shy, but outside, Oh me! Oh my! Golt 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2: Glee Club 3. IEBALDINE MARIE LEWIS General Diploma A cheevrful friend is like a sunny day. MIRIAM IEAN LILLIE P7 General Diploma A little girl full of pep and pluck. Gym Exhibition 1: Intramural Volleyball 1. IACK E. LONGTIN College Diploma When you have anything to say, say it, and when you haven't, say it anyway. Varsity Baseball 2, 3. 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Baseball 1, 2: Dramatics Club 3, 4: Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spring Concert 1, 2, 3: Fall Concert 1, Z, 3: Student Council Member 2, 4: Class Sergeant- At-Arms 2: Class Treasurer 4: Athletic Board ot Control 4: Hi-Y Officer 3, 4. RICHARD B. LORENZ General Diploma What! No girls in heaven? Then just leave me here. Commercial Club 4: Acorn Staff 4: Oaks Staff 4. ROBERQI' BURNS MCCALEB 1 General Diploma 2 The rarest of all things, a constant man. Hi-Y Club l, 2, 3. 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3: Music Festival 3: Minstrel Show Z: Student Council Member 4: Class Sergeant-At-Arms 4: Operetta 3: Cheer Leader 1, 2, 3, 4. ON FEBRUARY 15 AND 16, We showed our acting ability by producing "Skidding," our annual senior play. Andy Hardy, the cut-up, was portrayed by lim Fairris: Marion, Gloria Hinchman. Her "One and Only" Wayne was Max Dodds. A large crowd attended both nights. -1- -,,.,..s..., .... . EDWIN ALVIE MCCLARY College Diploma All 'must be earnest in a world like ours. Glee Club Z. DONALD MELVIN MCCORMACK College Diploma A willing determined worker. Golf 2, 3: Science Club 4. CLARETTA MAE MANNING College Diploma Her red hair is but one of her attractions. Beaux Arts Club 1, 2: Girl Reserves 4: Gym Exhibition 1: Iunior Arbor Girl. LEORA UARDA MAPES General Diploma Her way is a cheery one. Commercial Club 1. 2, 3: Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Gym Exhibition 1. CHARLES EDWARD MARECEK College Diploma Sports are my specialty. Reserve Basketball 2: Varsity Basketball 3, 4: Varsity Base- ball 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Beaux Arts Club l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club l, 2: Minstrel Show 2. FLORA E. MASON College Diploma And still they gazed, and still the wonder grew, That one small head could hold all she knew. Beaux Arts Club 1: French Club 4: Library Club 2, 3: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1. 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Girl Reserve Inter-Club Council 4: Girl Reserve Inter-Club Council Officer 4: Girl Reserve Officer 4: French Club Officer 4: Library Club Officer 3: Iunior Arbor Girl: Spring Concert 4. LAWRENCE W. MATTHEWS General Diploma Good nature is of daily use. Reserve Basketball 2. LESTER W. MATTHEWS General Diploma .I'm the loudest sound in the band. Reserve Football 2: Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Spring Concert l, 2, 3. 4: Fall Concert 1, 2, 3, 4. HI-Y HOP was held March 29, 1940. In case you have forgotten, the gym was decorated in red, white, and blue, the Hi-Y colors. A large Hi-Y emblem standing against the back wall was lighted. We hopped around to the music of Charlie Bird's orchestrafidndihnd or very enjoyable time. .QTY tg' t .t 1 .W cg, f. 4 4' U sl I .. - STEVE F. MATUZ General Diploma Oh scissors! Let's cut up. Glee Club 4. MARGARET E. MAUCH General Diploma She is happy who drives away sorrow. Commercial Club l, 2, 3: Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Gym Exhibition 1: Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4: Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Fall Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Operetta 4. THERESA JOAN MELIN P7 Commercial Diploma Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. Track l, 2: Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Intramural Baseball 1, 2: Commercial Club 2, 3: Dramatics Club 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Gym Exhibition l: Iunior Play 3: Music Festival 2: Operetta 3: Iunior Arbor Girl. MARY A. MILLER General Diploma There's mischief in her eyes. Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4. HERBERT R. MINER General Diploma I'm eaied he will die o ovuwnik f A f P- Reserve Football 2: Track 3: Beaux Arts Club 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2. ERWIN B. MOON General Diploma No one delights in a sorrowful man. Track 3: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Base- ball l: Commercial Club 2, 3: Acorn Staff 3. - BEATRICE MOSHER Commercial Diploma Her hair is not more sunny than her heart. Intramural Basketball 1, Z. 3: Gym Exhibition 1: Senior Play 4. CLARENCE ALBERT MURRAY . General Diploma All great men are dead or dying, and I don't feel so well myself. Reserve Football 2, 3: Varsity Football 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club 2: Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4: Acorn Staff 4: Oaks Stall 4: Glee Club 3: Mixed Chorus 4: Iunior Play 3. LET'S DANCE FOREVER was on everybody s mind for weeks after the Commercial Club party, one of the most successful parties of the season. This event, which took place May 24 1940, was welcomed by many dance fans throughout school It's an institution. -p-pg-,ng-.V 1 HARRIETT OLGA MUSK Commercial Diploma A good disposition is more valuable than gold. Intramural Basketball 1: Gym Exhibition 1: Music Festival 1. EDWARD N. NAPERALSKY General Diploma Wise men say nothing in dangerous times of a game. Reserve Football 2, 3: Varsity Football 4: Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Base- ball 1: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Minstrel Show 2. ROBERT A. NELSON General Diploma When you hear this boy laugh, you'll know he's full of fun. ROBERT 1. NEUMAN M General Diploma Mischief and I are very good pals. Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: Beaux Arts Club Z. 3, 4: Dramatics Club 4: Acorn Staff 4: Oaks Staff 4. 1 PHYLLIS EILEEN NEWVILLE General Diploma l The only way to have a friend is to be one. 1 Glee Club 1: Mixed Chorus l: Gym Exhibition 1. BARBARA MAE NORDSTROM College Diploma She's not a flower, she's not a pearl, She's just a regular all-round girl. Intramural Basketball 2: French Club 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Acorn. Staff 4: Girl Reserve Inter-Club Council 1, 3, 4: Girl Reserve Officer 1, 4: Girl Reserve Inter-Club Council Officer 4: Oaks Staff 4. ARLO DALE NORTON General Diploma Silence has been given to man, the better to express his thoughts. MAX DARWIN NORTON General Diploma Leave room for me, I can grow up. Glee Club 2: Spring Concert 2: Fall Concert 2: Minstrel N Show 2: Debate 2. MAY FESTIVAL WEEK was another busy week for the seniors. From April 26 to May 3, some took part in the program given by the orchestra and others in the band and glee club or chorus programs. The week was filled with pleasant sounds and the usual splendor and color. I RICHARD K. OBERLIN General Diploma Don't take life too seriously. Reserve Football 2, 3. ELIZABETH OCHS College Diploma You can always rely on her. Gym Exhibition l. VINCENT PAUL OPALEK College Diploma As the path of his life is made, there will be no steps backward. Golf 3, 4: Reserve Football 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Baseball 2: Commercial Club 4: French Club 4: Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Acom Stall l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2: Minstrel Show 2: Student Council Member 3: Class Vice- President 3: French Club Officer 4: Hi-Y Officer 2, 3, 4: Scribbler's Club 2: Oaks Staff 1, 2. 3, 4. BURTON CHARLES ARVID OSTLING College Diploma Your life is what you make it. French Club 4: Dramatics Club 4: Science Club 4: Glee Club 2: Iunior Play 3: Minstrel Show 2. ANGELINA PAPPAN Commercial Di loma P A pint of sweetness. Commercial Club 2: Gym Exhibition l. ELAINE MAE PATTERSON General Diploma A face with gladness overspread. Beaux Arts Club 3. 4: Dramatics Club 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Gym Exhibition 1. RUTH FERN PERLEY College Diploma There's nothing too small to be of use. Dramatics Club 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Gym Exhibition 1: Iunior Play 3: Music Festival 1, 2: Spring Con- cert l, 2: Fall Concert 1. 2: Operetta 3: Iunior Arbor Girl. FELIX S. IOSEPH PETHONGELLI College Diploma 4 Life is too short to be serious. 5 Reserve Football 2. 3: Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2. REMEMBER THE SENSATION when we received our rings? No girls, not the one from the boy friend-our class rings! We proudly showed them to everyone because we now began feel- ing big. We got our rings early this year so we could be identi- fied and not be classified as juniors or sophs. ARTHUR CALVIN PIERCE General Diploma You cau't keep a good man down. Track 4: Beaux Arts Club l, 2, 3, 4: Music Festival 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Oaks Stall 4. GEORGE PLICHTA General Diploma Small, but he gets around. Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Intramural Softball l. RONALD ORIN PLUMHOFF College Diploma Oh! Mischief, thou art swift to enter in thoughts of desperate' mm. Hi-Y Club 3: Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 4: Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Fall Concert 1, 2, 3. 4. ROBERT DORAND PORTER College Diploma He looks quiet, but- CHESTER EUGENE PUEHLER General Diploma My music will tell you about me. Band 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 4: Spring Concert 2, 3: Fall Concert 2. DONALD IOSEPH PUHALSKI General Diploma Someday he is going to be a big man. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Beaux Arts Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Hi-Y Club l: Glee Club l, Z: Mixed Chorus 3: Band l, Z, 3: Spring Concert l, Z, 3: Minstrel Show 2. HERMAN A. RADAKOVITZ General Diploma A 'sense of humor is the salt'of life. Reserve Football 2: Varsity Football 3. 4:- Track 2, 3. 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. LLOYD FREDRICK RADEL General Diploma Judge not his worth by his size. Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Spring Concert l, 2, 3: Fall Concert 1. 2, 3: Minstrel Show 2. THIS YEAR, we had the privilege ot being treated by the juniors. and was it lun! We could sit back and let them do all the Worrying. They certainly showed us a good time and we had wonderful refreshments as well as much fun dancing and playing games. EVA IUNE REELMAN College Diploma She and gloom are no relation. Library 4: Girl Reserves 3: Girl Scouts 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3: Gym Exhibition 1: Music Festival 1, 2: Spring Concert 1, 2, 3: Fall Concert 1, 2, 3. ELSIE F. REMWOLT General Diploma A contented mind is happy. Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Gym Exhibition 1: Girl's Intra- mural Baseball 1. PAUL EDWARD REMWOLT General Diploma M I am happy, what's wrong with the rest of the world? ELEANOR B. Rrrz P7 General Diploma And so smiling, and full of fun, she went on. Beaux Arts Club 4: Acorn Stall 4: Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Oaks Stall 4. MAX A. ROBARGE General Diploma Wit and wisdom are born with a man. Intramural Basketball 2: Glee Club 3, 4: Music Festival 4: Spring Concert 4. GEORGE RICHARD RUDD College Diploma If knighthocd days were here again-what a gallant gentleman. 1 Reserve Basketball 1, 2: Varsity Basketball 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 1: Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y Officer 3. JAMES RUITER College Diploma A lad who will make the most of his opportunities. , Reserve Football 1, 2: Varsity Football 3, 4: Reserve Basket- ball Z: Varsity Basketball 3: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 4: Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Minstrel Show 2: Hi-Y Officer 4. DONALD ORAN RUNYAN fill College Diploma ' Don't try to estimate what there is in myself. Science Club 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Minstrel Show 2. DID YOU GO TO THE PICNIC staged for the seniors? Well, if you didn't, you missed a lot oi fun. This picnic is one event which seems to make "kids" of all of us again. lt is one time when the seniors forget their dignity. Hiking, swimming, play- ing tennis and soft ball, -and most ot all, laughing, is what we did best. MAXWELL D. RYEFIELD General Diploma There's place and means for every man alive. Iunior Play 3. HARRY G. RYZNAR College Diploma A man who studies can conquer all. Golf 3, 4: Reserve Football 3: Varsity Football 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4. IUNE ELAINE SCHATZ Commercial Diploma A dignified little miss. Tennis 2: Commercial Club 2: Library Club 3: Girl Reserves 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Girl Reserve Inter- Club Council 4: Music Festival 4: Operetta 3: Spring Con- cert 4: Acorn Staff 4: Oaks Stait 4. LAWRENCE LEO SCI-IMUKER Commercial Diploma We must be earnest in this world of ours. Commercial Club 3: Glee Club 2: Minstrel Show 2. BEATRICE OLIVE SCOTT General Diploma I'll makei me famous by my art. Intramural Basketball l. 2: Intramural Baseball l, 2: Beaux Arts Club 2, 3. 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Gym Exhibition l: Music Festival 3, 4: Intramural Volley- ball 1, 2. DORIS MAE SCOTT General Diploma A true friend is forever a friend. Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Gym Exhibition 1. HELEN T. SEKERES General Diploma She is one who does her own thinking. Commercial Club 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Gym Exhibition 1. WILLIAM H. SENG General Diploma Silence is the most perfect herald of joy. SENIORS LEAVE SCHOOL FLAG after spending four wonder- ful years here. lt gave us all a great deal of pleasure to leave a flag, orange and black in color, which the entire student body takes great pride in having. It isn't a great deal, and yet we hope the Class of 1940 will not be forgotten. .,,.,. vw... ...... ---.-. .Y -.,----v- - V ,,.,.. ,, .,, l,,,,,,.,, WILBUR RAYMOND SHARP General Diploma Young fellows will be young fellows. LORRAYNE MARIE SHEPPARD General Diploma To be of service rather then to be conspicuous. Intramural Basketball l, 2: Intramural Baseball 1, 2: Com- mercial Club l: Beaux Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 4: Library Club 1. 3: Girl Reserves 1, Z, 3. 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chonxs 4: Music Festival l, 2, 3. IACK A. SHILLINGER College Diploma There's always room for a man of force. Entered from Heirsch High School, Chicago, Ill., 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Intramural Baseball 2. 3: Spanish Club 1, 2. BETTIE IAYNE SIEVERS General Diploma She knows what's what. Beaux Arts Club 2, 3, 4: Library Club 2: Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4. MARILYN LOUISE SIMPSON General Diploma With a smile on her lips and joy in her heart. Commercial Club 2, 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Gym Exhibition l: Music Festival 2: Spring Concert 2. RALPH HUBERT SIRCHER General Diploma Men of few words are the best men. Beaux Arts Club l: Glee Club 3: Mixed Chorus 2: Minstrel Show 1. ROBERT S. SMITH College Diploma Do it with a will, and it will be done. Reserve Football 2, 3: Varsity Football 4: Intramural Basket- ball 2, 3: Track 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3. LOIS IRENE SOUFFROU College Diploma Friendly, amiable, and sincere. Beaux Arts Club 3: Girl Reserves 4: Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4. - WHO LEAVES WHAT is what we found out on Class Day when they read the will. We also heard our class history, and took a peek into the future. There is little doubt that we shall live up to what was foretold in the prophecy, because The Oaks prints nothing' but the truth. LUCILLE M. STADELBAUER Commercial Diploma A girl who will go a long way with her poetry. IEAN AUDETTE STAFFORD Commercial Diploma She is nicest in her own sweet self. Entered from Traverse City 3: Latin Club 1. 2: Commercial Club 4: Girl Reserves 4: Student Council Member 1, 2: ' Student Council Officer 2: Iunior Arbor Girl. FRANCIS EILEEN STOCKLI General Diploma She has a winning way. Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Music Festival 1, 2, 3. 4: Spring Concert 2, 3: Fall Concert Z, 3: Iunior Arbor Girl. . ANN MARIE STURM M Commercial Diploma Her ways are ways of pleasantness. Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4:: Gym Exhibition 1: Music Festival 1. HATTIE E. SWANSON General Diploma Oh! what mischief hides behind those eyes. Gym Exhibition l. LORRAINE E. SWARTHOUT' IV7 Commercial Diploma Nor knew we anything so fair as is the smile upon her face. ' Commercial Club 2: Music Festival 1: Orchestra 1: Spring Concert 1: Fall Concert l. IOSEPH IAMES SZUCS General Diploma Laugh till the game is played: and be merry, my friends. Golf 3: Reserve Football 2, 3: Varsity Football 4: Reserve Basketball 1: Varsity Basketball 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 3: Intramural Baseball 1. THOMAS LESTER THOMASMA College Diploma If I cannot find a way, I will make one. Entered from Ottawa-Hills High School 2: Acorn Staff 4: Debate 4: Oaks Staff 4. END OF THE TRAIL is what we might have called these last few weeks, a thrill that will last a lifetime. On Sunday, Iune 9, we attended Baccalaureate: on. the following Tuesday, We observed Class Day and the Senior Breakfast. MARIORIE RUTH THORNBERRY lvl General Diploma Sing away sorrow, cast away care. Library Club 2: Acom Stall 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Gym Exhibition 1: Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4: Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Fall Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Operetta 3: "Swing" Orchestra 3, 4: Oaks Stall 4: Iunior Arbor Girl. MAXINE R. TUFTS College Diploma Nice things come in small packages. Intramural Baseball 2: Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Gym Exhibition 1. GLADYS MARVA TURNER Commercial Diploma A small girl with a big heart. Commercial Club 3. 4. ALBERT JOSEPH VANDAK Commercial Diploma To know him is to like him, and everybody ows him. Intramural Basketball 1: Commercial Club 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Minstrel Show 2: Commercial Club Ollicer 4. IAMES RICHARD VANDERLAAN College Diploma Every inch a man, to say nothing of his feet. French Club 4: Dramatics Club 4: Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 3: Acorn Staff 4: Senior Play 4: Iunior Play 3. IACOB VANDERSTELT General Diploma I would the gods had made me poetical. GENEVA LOIS VANDER VELDE General Diploma She puts her troubles in a box and sits on the lid. Library Club l. 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Gym Exhibition 1: Music Festival 3, 4. ANDREW VAN DONKELAAR General Diploma A sincere lad, we wish him well. lhtramural Basketball 2: Hi-Y Club 2: Glee Club 2: Mixed Chorus 4: Spring Concert Z: Minstrel Show 2. COMMENCEMENT at last! Yet it is not without a note of sad- ness mingled with all the fun of receiving our diplomas from the President of the Board of Education. We look back upon four happy years well-spent, and forward to a useful life. DELORES H. VEENEMAN Commercial Diploma To worry about the future is to be unhappy today. Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4. HARVEY VISSCHER College Diploma He has done the work of a gentleman. SHERWOOD ALBERT WAGNER College Diploma A likeable boy, with likeable ways. Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Hi-Y Club 4: Student Council Member 1: Class Secretary 1. LILLIAN MAE WALLEY General Diploma Her smile makes sunshine' in shady places. Track 1, 2: Intramural Basketball 1: Commercial Club 3: Beaux Arts Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1: Girl Scouts 1: Glee Club 1, 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Gym Exhibition l. VIVIENNE L. WALTERS General Diploma Some of these days, we'll miss her peaceful ways. Glee Club 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 1, 2. IBN NIE MARGARET WEIDEMAN General Diploma My thoughts are my companions. Glee Club 2, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 4: Gym Exhibition 1. IOHN BEAL WENTZEL College Diploma There's more in me than you understand. Hi-Y Club 2, 3: Senior Play 4: Iunior Play 3: Cheer Leader 2, 3. WILLIAM EARL WERNER College Diploma Hisfqglalities are such that we can only speak good o im. Track 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2: Hi-Y Club 4: Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Fall Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Operetta 3: "Swing" Orchestra 3, 4: Officer Hi-Y 4. ALUMNI DANCE ENDS YEAR on Friday, Iune 14, 1940. We re- ceived a big thrill going to the Alumni dance for the first time in our lives as alumni. The evening was filled with merriment, and the couples danced merrily along amidst beautiful decor- ations. What fun! ARLENE MAE WESTOVER College Diploma Not too short and not too tall, Pretty and sweet and loved by all. Girl Reserves 3, 4: Acorn Staff 4: Gym Exhibition 1: Girl Reserve Inter-Club Council 4: Girl Reserve Officer 4: Oaks Staff 4. HELEN ELIZABETH WILLIAMS General Diploma She does little kindnesses that others leave undone. Commercial Club 1, 2: Dramatics Club 1: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1. THEODORE B. WILLIAMSON General Diploma He's a jolly good fellow. KATHLEEN PEARL WILSON Commercial Diploma Character and charm combined. FLORENCE MARIE WORKMAN Commercial Diploma Good nature radiates from her very smile. Intramural Basketball 1: Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Gym Exhibition 1: Volleyball 1, Z: Iunior Arbor Girl. WALLACE L. YOUNG General Diploma No telling what he will do next. Reserve Basketball 3: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y Club 2: Glee Club 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Spring Concert 3: Minstrel Show 2. RICHARD DICK ZIMMER M College Diploma I'll do it my way, you do it yours. ' ' Reserve Football 1, 2. 3: Varsity 'Football 4: Varsity Base- ball 4: Track 3: Glee Club 3: Music Festival 3. ANNA ZONA General Diploma Little said is soonest mended. Glee Club 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Gym Exhibition 1. Rachel Hiltner ..... Tom Begley ....,. Flora Mason ....... Prank Brown ....... Nellie Katt ........... George Bement .... Iune Schatz ......... lane Carlson ..,,.., Alvin Meeusen .,.. Walter Iohnson .... Felix Petrongelli .... Claretta Manning Florence Workman Marcella Kubilins lean Statiord ........ Anne Kramer ........ Donna Alqeo ........ Barbara Nordstrom f-v---vt--W-. ...wr N .- .-... IVAN MILO ZONA General Diploma We grant although he has 'much wit, He's 'very shy of using it. LOUIS EDWARD MCCORMACK College Diploma Accuracy means harmony and error 1:8 discord. ALVIN LEROY MEEUSEN College Diploma He knows what's what. Hi-Y Club 4. HUGO IOHN IANSE VAN NOORDWYK College Diploma I jusb keep quiet and take rwtice. Golf 1, 2: Reserve Football 1, 2: Glee C Show 2. SCI-IOLASTIC RANKING CLASS OF l9llO Upper Third ........97.0000 ........96.4054 .......,96.0882 .......,95.848l ........95.18l8 ........ 95.0588 ...,....94.6756 ....,...94.6400 ..,..... 94.6000 ...,,... 94.5750 ........ 94.5625 ,.......94.4705 ........94.4687 ..,,....9-1.4000 ,......, 94.1250 ........ 94.0729 .,......93.94ll ..,.....93.8787 Vincent Opalelr .......... ........ 9 3.8666 Esther Bulgach ...... ........ 93.7878 Arlene Westover ........ .....,.. 9 3.4375 William Hegedus .. .......,93.3750 lean Hislop , ........,..,..... ....,... 9 3.3125 Marshall Gallup .,...... ........ 9 3.0588 Donna Pike .............. ......,, 9 3.0000 Albert Falony .......... ........ 9 2.8405 Antinette Ezersky ...... ........ 9 2.7428 Leo Dean ...,.....,,.,,..., ..,.,... 9 2.7272 Harriet Musk .....,. Paul Rernwolt ....... Thresa Melin ....... Donald Knopf .....,. ..,.....92.6562 ........92.53l2 .....,..92.4963 ........92.46l5 Irene Koteles ,.,.. ..... ........ 9 2 .4444 Carolyn Chesney .. ......,.92.4062 Leonard Iohnson ........ ........ 9 2.4062 George Apostolos ........92.3939 Harvey Vxsscher ........ ........ 9 2.1875 Sherwood Wagner ........92.l515 39. Iarnes Fairris ..... ......... 40. Frank I-lotwagner ...... 41. Iames Vanderlaan , ..... 42. Virginia Campbell .... 43. Burton Ostling .....,.,.... 44. Ruth Perley .....,................. 45. Hugo VanNoordwyk ....,.. 46. Iohn Wentzel .....,............ 47. Arthur Pierce .............. 48. Dawn Kirkpatrick ...... 49. Helen Iuhas ...,......... 50. Ruth Erickson .............. 51. lack Longtin ........,........... 52. Margaret Elenbaas ........ 53. Evajune Reelman ...... 54. Rosemary Benjamin ...,,. 55. Donald McConnack ...... 56. Albert Vandak .......,.... 57. William Wemer ...,... 58. Iocelyn Fosdick ....... 59. Lewis Hemphill ......, 60. Irene Gardner .,......, 61. Evelyn Laban ........,....... 62. Adrianna Dolislager ...... 63. Marguerite Mauch ........ 64. Max Dodds .............,..,. 65. Milo Zona ................. 66. Norman Iacobson ...... 67. Charles Marecek ..,..... 68. Herbert Bartels .......... 69. Lorraine Swartout ...... 70. Grace Eden ,.......,...,.. 71. Maurice Brash ,........... 72. Marjorie Thornberry ...... 73. Leo Landgral ......,........... 74. Thomas Thomasma .....,.. 75. Katherine Gary .......... lub 1. 27 Minstrel .......92.ll76 .......9l.8750 .......91.8l8l .......91.79l0 .......9l.7878 .......9l.5374 .......91.3750 .......9l.l562 .......9l.l052 .....,.9l.0937 .......9l.0625 .......9l.0303 .......9l.0000 .......90.92I0 .......90.4817 .......90.4242 .......90.0625 .......90.0285 ........90.0250 .......89.8857 ........89.8125 .......89.6562 ........89.5338 ........89.28l2 .......89.2715 .......89.2682 .......89.2500 ........89.0625 .......89.0000 ........88.9696 ,.......88.9687 .......88.8750 ........88.8484 .......88.8345 ........88.7883 .......88.78l2 ........88.6969 . W... VALEDlCTORIAN'S ADDRESS By Rachel Hiltner It is quite customary for a Valedictory's speech to com- pare a graduating class to a boat setting sail upon the ocean of life. 'l'hey feel the class members are, apparently, now ready to step into the world and tr'ue living. This seems rather inadequate to me, for we are living and we have been facing life and the world each day of the twelve years we have worked here at our school career. Life is progression. We step from one rung of the ladder to another-until we reach the goal ahead. Some of us will slip, but others will succeed and will reach the top of the ladder. An individual's progression may be compared to that of our community, Muskegon Heights, which is celebrating this year its fiftieth anniversary and can look proudly around at its achievements. lust as this community took a few faltering footsteps at first, made some errors, achieved some success only to be disappointed, and finally began the climb which has produced our present progressive community-so we, as citizens of the world, will find life. Life will not always be BUSY, but we must' face it and look forward to the future with the hope that it will be brighter. To many of us the education we have obtained here will be our only capital in beginning life, and whatever wealth and honor we may win in the world, we shall be largely indebted to our school for a measure of our success. And now, friends, classmates, and teachers, has come the time to say goodbye-not goodbye-forever-but goodbye, "till we meet again." TOM BEGLEY, SALUTATORIAN ,Y -, Y W- 11-V.-...sr i 3 1 1 I i 3 Q tual'-1 guuuvlulrwvww--W - H11 ---H-we--Y -W-f f-----W - A , I ' WI -X A151 5 Q 4 ' Y I '.' , it In ,y, 4 ,- , 5 5 A . K W I ., , 6.5, if -12' lj R i- -na-gli ' w. if A ' ff75l!7 Q WX" 1 x at 1 . 'QQ l ,N 1 , I ga" .41 g l , X .1 ' If' Z 9 f L..:!l 'iff , f .X 41 'A a F F E 'qv 5 PROPHECY Monday, April 24, 1945 Dear Diary: 1 am so excited. I learned that my husband has planned a trip to my old home town, Muskegon Heights. Tomorrow is my birthday and I'm starting on my journey at 6:00 tomorrow morning. Tuesday, April 25, 1945 Dear Diary: -I arrived at my destination at 12:15. The mayor, Tom Beg- ley, was there to greet me. The band, led by Leonard Iohnson played the old Heights High School song and the reception committee, composed of Maurice Hogan, a well known poli- tician: Frank Brown, the judge of the city: William Werner, the city clerk, and Larry Kwolek, the city attorney. presented me with a lovely bouquet of roses from Albert Vandak's Florist Shop. They had planned a banquet in my honor and there were many of my old school friends there. Of course lack Long- tin, the editor of the "Heights Star" was there. He interviewed the speakers of the evening who were: the prominent banker, Alvin Meeusen: lack Alvord, an eligible bachelor fit seems he won the "Pot of Gold" contest and has quite a fortunel and Lillian Hirsch, a world traveller. The dinner was managed by an old friend, Andrew Van Donkelaar, the city's leading minister. After dinner, we were entertained by a floor show. The master of ceremonies was Dick Oberlin, the famous radio comedian. I knew all the entertainers. There was Evelyn Graff, a blues singer, and Netty lean and Betty lane Cooper, the pop- ular comedy team. The orchestra was led by Bob Gardner. After the floor show, the mayor escorted me to the city's best hotel, owned by George Apostolos. l was shown to my room by Robert Brayley, the captain bell-boy of the hotel. I'm very tired and have to get up early tomorrow to take a tour of the city, so l'll say good-night. Wednesday, April 26, 1945 Dear Diary: I had a very enjoyable time today. Bob Homan, the chief of police, arrived early this morning and we had breakfast in the hotel cafeteria. The chef for the cafeteria was Earl Farwig. and the head waitresses were Audrey Bour and Helen Bozeman. Finishing breakfast, we went on that promised tour of the city. He showed me the new city hall which had been designed by the firm of Eldon Kelley and Delbert Blaha. The painting of the building was being done by William Seng. We then went to the fire department where I was surprised to meet Sherwood Wagner, the fire chief. Other firemen were Leo Dean, Hugo Van Noordwyk, Robert Aue, and Max Ryefield. I decided I wanted to have lunch, so we went to a restaurant owned and operated by Angelina Pappan and her partner, Felix Petrongelli. The chef there was Marjorie Davies: Iulia Elko and Marian I onas were the waitresses. Finishing the lunch, we decided to go on a little shopping tour. We visited Sam La Porter's clothing store, where Edwin McClary was the floor manager. We went to the C. and P. store, one of the many chain stores owned by Paul Iohnson. The clerk was Dorand Porter. We visited two other smaller stores owned by Steve Matuz and Susan Hulka. I wanted some baked goods so I went to the "Tidy" bakery, owned and operated by Ann Hradsky. While going down the street, I noticed several signs hanging in front of the buildings. One was "Don Iohnson, Dentist": another was "Lawrence Schmuker's Pharmacy" : two others were: "Ioe Szuc's Shoe Shop," and "Geneva Vandervelde's Portrait Studio." I noticed a very attractive bracelet in one of the windows of a jewelry store and so I went in to find out what the price was. I was very surprised to meet Carl Benson, the owner of the store. After purchasing my bracelet, my escort took me to a small tea shop, which was run by one oi my older acquaintances, Carolyn Chesney. Next door was a dress shop, owned and operated by Miriam Lillie. My last stop was at a very attractive candy shop. I was greeted by Donna Pike, a dear friend of mine in earlier years. Although she was the owner of such a shop, she was still leaving "sweets" off her diet list. I am too tired to write any more, so I'm going to retire. Good-night. Thursday, April 27, 1945 Dear Diary: I awakened early this morning and was visited by Dick Lorenz, the local undertaker. He suggested that we visit the P.T.A. of the Heights Schools this afternoon. While eating my breakfast, I looked at the morning edition of the Heights paper and was surprised to read about many of my old acquaintances. There were articles about Chuck Marecek, who was playing on the Detroit Tigers' baseball team: Ellen Campbell, the world's best woman basketball player: Ierry Hornik, a professional football player: George Rudd, a 6- 1 .Z QS I 2 -+ Q V: ff ' I Q. .if E Gfvf 4, LJ , , -SQ. S 505' . A t kv ' db nt I if f .UWM Ez 'lx 3 31' 0 '41, Ri. , 5 Q .. N 2,9 Gt I W if fi, f..1.""-- --Y - D Nllruif If I 'Xxx 1 7' l ' V1 'Tiff HRYRIAQ Y -J Z .771 'lu 9 '- ,BALASE A Sf? I 1 2 l it 'tw-' Ei well known tennis star: Don Runyan, an "up and coming" young forester: and Evelyn Barding, an Olympic swimmer. After breakfast I decided to go to some beauty parlor in preparation for my return trip tomorrow. I looked in the tele- phone directory for the names of some of the shops and was astonished to find many of my former friends in this occupa- tion. There was Phyllis Carey, Mary Miller, and Mary Cirner. I forgot all about my intentions to go to a beauty parlor when I became interested in the telephone directory. I found many persons I knew. Let's see, there was George Dickinson, a pros- perous advertising man: Robert Hoekenga, who runs a gas sta- tion: the firm of Marjorie Keedle, Robert Neuman and Art Pierce, who are all well known and distinguished commercial artists. I had a little more time before my appointment to go to the P.T.A. so I decided, for curiosity's sake, to go down to the mar- riage license bureau, and look over the list of licenses to see if there was anyone there whom I knew. I found I knew nine of the newly married persons. There was Ruth Erickson, Gloria Iohnson, Beatrice Mosher, lean Stafford, Lorraine Swarthout, Kathleen Wilson, Elsie Remwolt, Eleanor Ritz, and Vivienne Walters. I had lunch and then I met my escort. We attended the P.T.A. meeting where I met the Heights teachers. I was sur- prised to see that many of the former students were now teachers. For instance, there was, Margaret Barrett, a history teacher: lean Hedgecock, an English teacher: Rachel Hiltner, who was now principal of the school: Ioycelyn Fosdick, a typ- ing teacher: and Herman Radakovitz, the gym teacher. They had a very nice program consisting of two violin solos, by the well known violinist, Marcella Kubilins, and talks by Dawn Kirpatrick, a recently returned missionary: and Donna Kocher and Robert Campsmith, Scout executives. Oh, I almost forgot! I met Lillian Anderson, the promising young novelist. We came home in a taxi driven by Louis McCormack. As we drove down the street, a tire suddenly blew out and the car swerved off the street hitting the car in front of us. No one was seriously injured. My escort said he'd call "Boyd Auto Sales" managed by Bob McCaleb, and have them send out a couple of mechanics to get the car. The mechanics were Dick Zimmer and lack Shillinger, who, by the way, was one who specialized in the fixing of broken mufflers. My escort insisted on taking me to the hospital inasmuch as I had a few cuts on my head. After the chief doctor, Burton Ostling, had treated me, he offered to take me through the hospital. Again I was surprised to find many nurses whom I knew. I met Rosemary Benjamin, Elizabeth Ochs, and Lois Souffrou. I returned to my hotel where Iim Fairres, an old friend of mine who was engaged in the real estate business, was wait- ing for me. He said he had planned to take me to a city council meeting tonight. His competitors in this business were Wilfred Fortier, Erwin Moon, and Lester Matthews. ' The meeting was set for 8:00, we just had time to have din- ner. There was an enormous crowd attending the meeting. It seems that the farmers' association was there, trying to get some kind of farm bill passed. Upon looking around I saw many farmers with whom I used to go to school: there were Bernard DeYoung, a celery farmer: Chester Puehler and Ivan Zona, commercial farmers: and Wallace Young, a gentleman farmer. Some of the farmers' Wives were there. Let's see if I can remember. There was Alice Czerniak, Olga Kovarcik, Agnes Kandalec, Irene Gardner, and Betty Gibson. While I've had a very nice time, dear diary, I am getting so lonesome for that husband of mine. I can hardly wait to go home tomorrow! Good-night. Friday, April 28, 1945 Dear Diary: I am writing this on the train on my way home. I sent a telegram to my husband before leaving the Heights, telling him that I would be home by 5:00. I was surprised to see that Maxine Tufts was the telegraph operator. I had such a won- derful send-off this morning. It seemed as though every one came to the station. There were many of the girls whom I went to school with who belonged to a "Secretary's Union" who were there. There were Grace Eden, Evelyn Laban, Marilyn Simp- son, Eileen Stockli, and Doris Scott. Of course there were others there to see me off, for instance there was Edward Naperalsky, the well known aviator: Arlo Norton, the foreman of the Norge: and then of course many of the people I had already met. It's been swell going back but I can hardly wait to get back to my husband. I'1l have to stop writing for the train is slowing down, and I can see "him" on the platform, waiting for me. THE END Q N., ' Fl AIEOEN 6 10" I as ,o 3' . ff' f! -f FFS l 5 aj J I .J- .. , 4 1 Nga. 0 A" . l JTIN6 1 , gp . V- '.-- 1.1 -'7 'it fl wma A may ff . . - E H321-:r, g:Sragfac:a-. .if a1,::tg'.'2-45: . . rf 'fgfsl fifglffvlic Q47 ff gg f X HglmI!swrf-,U---w-- v.-We-.,, ...v --.Y ,,,,,,,,e,,..,,e,,v,...,f.. Y,... .. Tlxe Senior Class ol' l9'l0 l1er-ellg solemnly wills and bequeallns +o 'Hue underclassmen and facvl-ll! lke lollowinfqi To llue Fo-colin 'llm class leaves-. l'lr. Boll- in his ol-lice lo wo'-rg alwvl' I hex-lf Agar-'5 fsradoallon class. l"lr. Gillaspg- a package ol rice,a few old slioes, and all llue lock in llse world. Mr. Koelwn --more lwpe 'liar an Held QHVIHAUY PYQSS- Mr- Mufflfu """ an Colorblck -l'o erase l'l1e greg lmair broqqlrl only l'l'1is ,gear's journalism close Miss Van Raalle - ai. lube of indelible lipsliclc wlwicln definilely will nol' canoe off. lvln Vercloin-- a bound copg ol: "Seven Generalions of Flmericonil so 'l'luo.'l' lils speeelxes on 'llxe 'lopic can remain a fond vnemor,ij.l"liss Balm- o. warm place in evergenfs lAear'l'. To line undorolassmen llse Seniors leave llne lollowlmz Donna lllgee leaves lmevr a.ml:oll'ions lo be o. dancer le mice Keeler. Dorllwo. Roslin leaves lwf' qyiel' wage 'l'o Delores Wacksmillt. Flef-boi-+ Barlels leaves lnis place on Hue lsoerlllall-l'ea.vn 'lo olaclx Rolnrgg, George Bemenl leaves lwis 803 Seoul hal 'fo Bob Lansdale. Maurice. Brasil leaves a loclx ol: lilo wr- l red hair lo Don Peplg. Virfginia Campbell leaves lier cone-hilluer look 'lo gliirlqg Vanderueele. Carl faslle leaves his posilionon llie Inlevmurol Boskelball leavn 'lo Jolm Norwood. Bud Dendrino deparle mln his popular l plionofgraplx records, llws leaving llie Ha-Y Club in despair. l"lax llodds leaves,l:vl love is sure lo coll lnim luck al limes. lfllbewl- lralow leaves wi-llx llwl long a- wailed diploma, John l'-lelclier leaves his broad 5lxovlClev5 lo l'lecl'or Gfahl. Fllonzo Gomer leaves willx agoed repos-l cord and o. college diploma. Willis Han- sen leaves wllll Bealrice and llme Clevolfion is s'l'ill vera ,Qvea.'l'. Lewis Hemp- liill leaves lmls amlalhon for sludg 'lo Don ldlac Donald- Gloria l'l.lhC.llYh4.h leaves loer soulliern aocenl lo Lois Gexsler. Jeanne l'l'iolop leaves lner all around personalilg -lo some nel' so popvlar under 331-od. Virginia lloppus leaves wi'l'l1ou-l' o. -l-lwie-B lo wo:-Qi almoul. Norman Jacobson leaves his violin l-o Dogg- lass l"lc Soi-leg. Waller dolmaon leaves lnis love lor slodg lo Bill Pai-mellee Donald Knopf leaves his lalkaliveness lo Gerald Young. James Krepps leaves lnis slsler, Verona, lo live up 'l'o llle Krepp5 repula-lion, Leo Land' grall leaves a. couple of packages blgum 'lo ldlr. Pglerman, Paul Le Mieuv. leavei-llluslning. Cla.l-ella. Manning leaves wlllx Paul ilolnnlgq and ls envied Q3 vnang ol: llme scliool'53oon-ger lo.-asies. Flora Ylason leaves lner neocl- ness l-o some underclassman whose. conscience lrells llnem lie or she needs ll. Donald lllccormaclc leaves lxis laoolcs lor lxis -Hounser lprollyer. Barlm-ra Nord- alrovn leaves -lo become. o. dalga vnofid. Vincenl' Opalek leaves all ol: l-aio uor. ries as Edilor ol llle Oalns lo llne nexl' undergrad ulio will fill llnaul posilion. Rol-li Perle-5 leaves lm' ueelclg fi er waves lo llancg Culver. Ronald Plon- lwfl leaves lwis abilim 'lo lell 'lil slories lo some Junior wkg llkgg fel- ling l-hem loo. Eva June Reel'-non leaves lier lirsl name lo someone who doesnll lllte ll' eillxer. James Roller deparls, laavins Ed wiesenhofer -l-o 'Follow in lmis loolsleps. l"lo.v-ga Rgenar leaveo lxle baskfulmu +g Tm., Bugargl. Rolperl' Smi-lli leaves l1is,gaod'lasl'e. in choosing clollxes lo -llwcl Sophomore ulio has lesli 'for nolliing lwl- load. Tlxornas Tlsomasma leaves his place in Mr! llakeslrads class lo his l:rol'l1er,l'l0-f'0lcl- James Vanderlaan leaves o. pair ol his si-Le, I2 slnoes lo Ed Ruud. Hai-vga Visselnef leaves aller havin-3 been a veg -Fine sludevrl-. ilolm Wenlzel leaves lsis agguivg alailifg lo someone on nexl- Ageards delaale learn. Flrlene. lnleslover leaves lxer md-P33 ligg 'friends lo some ver! mode-el' undercla.5Sma.n. Irene lloleles leaves 'l'o Frame liar college-commercial diploma. Esllier Bulgaclx leaves lxer ea5'l'- ern aceenl- l-o Jaclrie Sarasin. Jane Carlsen leaves in order 'lo spend more lime as a dress model. Maxine Currie leaves lner agreeable per- sonalil- 40 Jw Ford. Margarel Elenbeas leaves, bul slie will Yelurn as a- poil'-iratl ln llle lzall- Hhllnelle Ezerslgg leaves MY.V8YClUlYW willwvi' 4' verlg dependable seere'l'af,5. Mamliall Gallup leaves his sliorllwand abil- il-! lo someone mlio will lake sl-iorlluand nexl semesler. Kallverine Gag leaves her io ol laiglxigg lliiws olll lo Thelma Nagle. Frank Hologgnev' leaves uillx RTQSC lllelin. Slevevi Hogg leaves lmis alailljlg lo slag sealed ln commercial classes -le ilim Derltel. llelen ilulxas leaves lier meal' appeo-F in loeleer lo Rena Smillx. Nellie. liall leaves lxer ggm- svil lo llvmelle lfeulle. Flnn Kramer leaves a lillle of lser lneifglvl' lo Porlia. Cox. Lu- cille Sladlelaauer leaves lm Herself, 'llxe navlg lyavivxig claimed lxer' lmqffriesd- Tliorosa Melia leaves liar aeauired kill-bilg amen-l' le Paola Raulin. llar- rie-i Musk leaves lrier blonde hair lo Slxirlg Selioaa. June Sclsalz. leaves her place in llie Girl Reserve Calainel' lo some deservivlg under-grad. Finn S'l'urm leaves lc Meal 'llwl veg sleaelg lsqlrievid. Gladgs Turner leaves her jel lulaclc lfiaiv- lo Flliee Green. Delores Veeneman leaves lier small hcl lo Vlaggarel Larson. Florence Uorkman leaves lxer ui-land cliarm 'lo 'l"loo5e" Miller. Hlbevl Flmlerson leaves his slim ear and o. 'Few oi his l'l.l'l.'5 -lo Jas Vel+me-n. Russell Finder- sovi 'leaves Sliivlevb Frederieks -l-o scale ver,q compelen-l Friend. I,-,le fairs leaves his ass voice le Ka'llnr,qn Sprecken. Norman Balch- Q r leaves in luis -Flask-3 coupe. George Blackburn leaves his loqq walk home lo Lois Ylixer. John Bogqman leaves Donna, lwl will bel' lm ualelnes lser preljljg alosslq. Rejavie Bogen leaves lmer eonslanl' Cl1a'l"l'erir33 'lo Virginia Rose. Rudolph Bulas leaves luis 'linnidness 'lo Nona l"lar+. Donovan Cavanaogln leaves a. lrenclw in l'lecl1o.nicalDra.w'ivLq'lo llle l-irsl under?-ad wlio can ,grab il' in llle lall. Rfblwerl' Colmrn leaves luis place in Hia 5.4153 orelleslra lo Rio-vse Opaleli. Frank Qoscarelli leaves luis pliolojra- plw work lo Elwin Derby. Howard Daniels wills luis carefree Mods lo Paul Paw zen Ralpli Dick leaves his slim lace lo Ken Plc flow-le . Fldriana Dolislqger leaves her smoolln liviqg lo Belief Privaclgg. lzlrdis emerson leaves lxev' lirjness 'lo Bali Smlllx. 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The Senior Class of 1940 presents the winners of this election under the title: June Class Personalities of Nineteen-forty MOST POPULAR .lane Carlson lllaurirre Brush BEST-LOOKING M Arlene Westover 3 Marshall Gallup MOST ALL-ROUND jeanne Hislop Vincent Opalek CUTEST AND SWEETEST Flora Mason Lorraine Swarlhout l,li 9" T MOST ATHLETIC K X C Nellie Katt Albert Anderson MOST-LIKELY-TO-SUCCEED Barbara Nordstrom Tom Begley 'nn-nu-uv-w---ff 'Y - -ug, 'WITTIEST Lillian Hirsch Clarence Murray MOST STUDIOUS Rachel Hiltner Waller johnson MOST CONCEITED ? Evelyn Graff Bob Homan FASHION PLATES Claretla Mannin BEST DANCERS Carolyn Chesney Bob Coburn 8 jack Longtin CLASS FLIRTS MOST LIKABLE Donna Fike Charles Marecek Marjorie Thorn berry Burton Oslling BEST-LOOKING COUPLE Beatrice Mosher Willis Hansen ...M V . Alu, !,-, 1 5K0WNN 0101 M 5 'X.ug'A A A 4 ,H 1 36 F My W 11-2 AND 12-1 GIRLS Laban. ood. V. W Sprecker, eele. W Wildiong, Dewey, Vander Larson, Purchase. M. nnedy. Ke cmthclver. 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She has taught school continuously, at various institu- tions in Michigan for forty-eight years. Her departure will be a distinct loss to the school and to all who knew her. ' Miss BAHR A TRIBUTE TO THE TEACHERS Mr. Herbert Hoover, past President of the United States, once paid the following tribute to the teaching profession, printed here in part: "The public school teacher . . . is peculiarly a public character under the most searching scrutiny of watchful and critical eyes. His life is an open book. His habits are known to all. His office, like that of a minister of religion, demands of him an exceptional standard of conduct. And how rarely does a teacher figure in a sensational headline in a news- paper! It is truly remarkable, I think, that so vast an army of people-approximately 800,000 -so uniformly meets its obligations, so effec- tively does its job, so decently behaves itself, as to be almost utterly inconspicuous in a sensation-loving country. It implies wealth of character, of tact, of patience, of quiet compe- tence, to achieve such a record as that. The best teaching is not done out of a book . . . but out of life: and I am sure that measured by this standard, it will be agreed that American teaching has been marvelously productive." Eleanor M. Christensen. A.B. A. M. Courtriqht. B.S..M.A. Vera Cummings. A.B..lM.A. University of Michigan University of Michigan Northwestem University Shorthand Columbia Mathematics Mechanical Drawing, Orchestra 's-1-- Betty Dallman. I-LB.. B.P.E.. R.P.'l'. Illinois State Normal University Northwestem University Medical School Physical Education Mary M. Hamilton. A.B., B.Sc., l..S. Villa Maria College Westem Reserve University Librarian Nellie M. Iohnson. B.Sc. Western State Teachers College Art 1 Eugene W. Gillaspy. LB. Western State Teachers College Social Studies William H. Dingler, Life Certificate Westem State Teachers College Woodwork 1 Oscar E. Iohnson. AJ. Western State Teachers College Athletic Director Mariorie H. Innes. B.S. University of Illinois Foods and Cafeteria Herman A. Kruizenga. AJ.. LM.l Hope College University of Michigan Printing Latin and American History C. F. Koehn Westem State Teachers College United Typothetae School of Printing Florence M. Kurtz, B.S. Dorace E. l.aCore, A.B. David R. McKenzie, LB. University oi Chicago University of Michigan Central State Teachers Mathematics St. Mary's Notre Dame American History English Mina Morris, B.S.,M.A. W. E. Murray, A.B., M.A. Roy A. Peterman. B.S., ILB. Iowa State College University ol Michigan Westem State Nebraska University English and Iournalism Commerce Clothing Ruth Plummer, A.B. R. L. Rakestraw, A.B. Kathryn F. Reid, A.B, Olivet College DePauw University Western State Teachers College Biology Chemistry and Physics ShorthandandSeniorOificeTraining 6 K Melvin E. Rudd, B.S. Paul Schulze. B. Mus. Ed. University of Illinois Northwestern University Commercial Law Band and Chorus Iulia A. Sprague, A.B.. M.A. Clifford Stevens, A.B. Marqret Vanflaalte, AJS. Michigan State Normal College Western State Teachers College Hope College University oi Michigan History English and Public Speaking English i Norman D. Vaughan, A.B. Iames W. Verduin, A.B.. MJK. H. E. Weick, A.B. Michigan State College Western State Valparaiso University French University oi Wisconsin MathematicsandMechanicalDrawing Social Sciences MUSKEGON HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL BAND Director, Mr. Paul Schulze u music mcreases. of 0 P O F4 0 .-Cl E-1 W , 'Q K A Ffw ' if , . ' , pg W 5 gg 2 jg i Q IW v ea, ,, ,, X, it Q Q it gig Qi J gf W " we sm f' X , A """'k gg I g.2ii gM.2.:!::, qi- Eg? Qfgi' z E 'P' 'W is 'fx if 7 -:' 's' f 1 it 7' V5 if WS f2Q?ff?iifGQi " 'J' f , . y in QQ B4 1 Q, N 3 Q 1 4 91 law Q if 1 s s sg , ,S L ,.m.,...M,W 5 f iw? Qt- .W 'sf SENIOR PLAY IUNIOR PLAY I'l1 get that phone first." "Who's a big bully? The Senior Class of 1940 presented one of the popular Andy Hardy plays, "Skidding," which was a huge suc- cess. The Iunior Class presented an equally popular Aldrich family play entitled, "What A Life." DRAMATICS CLUB "Good make-up is a fine art." .3 ir Q ff' ,. ,L 4 T "THE HUB" The library is a place famil- iar to the most dignified senior and the most verdant freshman. It is a haven of comfort and joy to those who love to read, and often proves enjoyable to many who do not care so much for books. In the periodical room are magazines and news- papers for general enlighten- ment. Miss Mary Hamilton, librarian, is willing at all times to assist students and faculty members with their literary and reference problems. TI-IE SEARCH FOR TRUTH GOES ON HI-Y CLUB weren't those matinee dances great?" GIRL RESERVES . . sure, we'11 pose. Why not? I-1 wry ,P ' ng., wp. gf ,'-A , , R X .KL if 'iff f" JL- ff B 5 A fl Y 4 41 A kv an Y ,ww pw if f- ' is - 'MMU 'fWW8 H3 UI 596 M H on I ., 9 -M. H 122 Q, my A ,,: 25 'f' ff is w , in 2 'li?:3'f'- . Jai. -.-mf.. 4 L. ,Q ,u .,.. W W4 M 5 43? S?M'1f6'11f"X"M is auf' ,Q A Awwwmv it M , wi Q, A 1 I v ,mix aww! W at bf Q 5 df an i M, f , Nfl. M F W f.- M. I My f, ,, ' 'fs ,. QQLJ MQ Qui' GQ- s W A' T ART CLUB Do you think we'11 win that poster contest?" COMMERCIAL CLUB "Dance to your .hecnt's content FRENCH CLUB "Par1ons-nous francais? Oh, mais oui SCIENCE CLUB Watch those sparks fly." I OUR COUNTRY AND OUR SCHOOL "Freedom and liberty forever." LIBRARY CLUB We're really not book-worms, you see! nf. J. .lfrhffii Q .-, 9. 'HL-li., f QA 's r .pf f-1? 4- V. sf f v1 '49 ' 15?gw:L ., f, -wfffem . 4 . .N ' ' .g73f'1fq V -, 9 W, H+ -f1g42"," Aff?-.g - ,. Vim f ,N H . f.1' I. r ,ix- 1-,131 4 'Af' 5 5 'La-:IH 1,-if . , ,gf. ,,g5. Av-. .5 553 .Qgfv-.Q fig . GTK? .. A, I , .-23,21 V ,, ,gf Mr., 5'f3',.n S 1... ,1wu.., ',, i M.. wi Tk, - wp , X. lg, .M 3 Nik 4 5g,.S 1 '-454 ', f qi. . A ."?l5y,f,f -55 -x. .- 1, gays! , ,f 7 . , , PM .,... x an :sim . 4.wfe - gig. A , 'l .:if1iR,' H '.vg H A hr.. ,gwv-A K 3 f 1.-". 'L kb'f2ize 41.35 Qffj a 4. . . 4 "fi ff' :I Wx, aw. .I 1: Q ,Ev .V . , -1,531 . fb. M ..,.,.l, 53,-. A, W rf iff- . e . J MT in - wi. f 5:14 -g upwf Riff? ' .' 5. ,HA ,..hl,. 171' f V- LREF1 .' i x ' ENGLISH "We know the answer. Miss Sprague." LATIN ll , Will you repeat that, please? FRENCH "C'est un bon mot. n'est-ce-pas? N HISTORY "That's it, right there!" CIVICS "The city manager is appointed 'Q 1 ECONOMICS "Hm-m-m, that budget problem! I PHYSICS "Boy, can you feature that! BIOLOGY "An eye-full of wonders CHEMISTRY "Wonder when she'l1 boil? MECHANICAL DRAWING . . now ior cc perpendicular. WOODSHOP "That emery is spinning!" MATHEMATICS . bisects the base-line." PRINTING "Get me a piccz ru1e,wi11you please? IOURNALISM "Wait until the Tribune sees us ART "Won't this look sploo-o-ozy? COMMERCIAL LAW . . but thcxt's just cz promise to payl' TYPEWRITING "These new typewriters go to town. BOOKKEEPING "Hey, you can't shoot bookkeepers! SHORTHAND "Let's see, that means . . COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC "This, of course, is profit . . . DRAMATICS "Am I supposed to look like this? BOYS' GYM "Oh boy, nothing like a cold shower!" GIRLS' GYM . . while teacher calls the roll." PUBLIC SPEAKING ". . . and then I said . CLOTHING . . how's this for cz plecrt? FOODS "This is going to be swell! CAFETERIA ". . . come and get it, girls. SPRING SCENE: MUSKEGON I-IEIGI-ITS, I940 r0,,,.,--M dn...--f-1 A-f-pq .mal-:mat-,, Ji., nf: . -.,, , H f ' dm' '- Q W3 - ' bkflk' H . .Z , hive' , :'1 'M WJ, hz' 521- , ,' ' J 'll'1.s1Uxl-Af-. W I mm '. 'L"' "f ' HYBF L' ' Q'-,IW if-T ,--155-'iii f .-Wu . 1. 15, , ' 'ul' .', ., , " ,pm NHL .iff .wwf ' I A". K. . -vsuumuhvu-m-P H' -X n..a.,. .' 3' " '- 143. 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Iohnson CHAIVEIQQSHIP David R. McKenzie Head Coach Tyophy Reserve Coach TI-IE FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF Charles P. Ziegler Henry N. Anderson Assistant Coach Assistant Coach W: A . fm' , I I V ,M T- Q: -f A :Y , in REDMOND- JOHNSON Trophy SEASON S SUMMARY Opponents Grandville ..... Flint Northern Holland ......... Kalamazoo ...., Grand Haven Battle Creek Benton Harbor Muskegon ..... Totals .... .. V A R S I T Y vw F., GRANDVILLE .... ...,.. 1 4 TIGERS .,.......,.,...................,...... 33 After three weeks of hard practice preparing for the first football game of the 1939 campaign, the Tigers opened with a 33 to 14 victory over the Grand- ville eleven. The Tiger backiield ran wild while the line did great work on both offense and defense. Grandville scored twice in the closing minutes of play. Anderson Hendricks Bn-,sh H01-nik Fuuback Halfbllck Quarterback Halfback KALAMAZOO ...,.. .... 0 TIGERS ............,.....................,.,. 27 The Tigers gave their best display of offensive power of the season in the game with Kalamazoo. Although the game was a scoreless tie at half time, the Tigers won Z7 to 0. In two plays of the third period, the Tigers scored a touchdown. The continuous drive and power of the Tigers, proved too much for the Maroons. - . . - Q.. - . W , ,t ' - A. ' E WW hm x 32+ 31 A 2522? if fig 1 Q , fy 'ffyffh fi ww P, as X , 1 px TQ WALK . M ,, ,..... Ai Aww. 'W 'afd ' . g Q M A N H "' M, 4 i ""' 'S was 1-J x , Ea ' V f - l 5 Q xl A EL! ,Mi 'X 'Wu W. 'NES ,mi 1 Kilt it A ' A M., , EH- ., ,, h mf ww' 2 , X g. Q13 gf' MQ 'E f ' yi- . Ju M15 ,Q iiN ,Q F W' H. R ,LV nf' Mm Q gfiw 35, ln-nl ,M ,, il f"f f ?":l'6ffii?' ffm ,X 5 . BENTON HARBOR ..... .....,, 0 TIGERS ................,....,.,,.,,,...,,.,,.,, 0 Muskegon Heights and Benton Har- bor battled to a scoreless tie. repeating the performance of the previous year at Benton Harbor. The Tigers dominated play in the first half, but were over- shadowed in the third and fourth quarters. The locals had scoring oppor- tunities in the first half, once reaching the three-yard line. The game was fast and rough. w I r 1 RUITER DENDRINO RYZNAR YOUNG End Tackle Guard Manager GRAND HAVEN .... .... 6 BATTLE CREEK ..... ..... O MUSKEGON ..... ...O TIGERS ...................................... 26 TIGERS .r............... , r........... ........ 2 6 TIGERS ,...,,.......,..,,,,.,,.,.,.,,,.,.,,,,., 7 The Tigers remained undefeated in Southwestem Conference competition by defeating Grand Haven 26 to 6. Grand Haven scored in the second period after the Tigers had scored twice in the first quarter. After intermission the Tigers came back and scored in both third and fourth quarters. meanwhile holding Grand Haven scoreless throughout the second half. The game ended with a Tiger victory. The Muskegon Heights Tigers over- whelmed the Battle Creek eleven in one oi their greatest offensive drives of the season. The victors broke the iinx which was a 6 to 6 tie in the 1938 foot- ball season. The Tigers entered into the scoring column early and was never threatened by the Bearcats. This game will not be forgotten for some time. It was a game of power and speed from beginning to end. The Tigers scored a touchdown in the sec- ond period, following a spectacularrun and pass which kept 11.500 fans in suspense. The Tigers scored through the center of the line on the next few plays. Fierce blocking and tackling continued throughout the entire game. 'I F ALL-STATE HONORS ALBERT ANDERSON Albert "Bunny" Anderson, captain of the varsity football team, was voted captain of the Southwest Con- ference football eleven. A fine blocker, a great ball car- rier, and an even greater punter, Albert can be said to have had a very successful season. He was selected also by Richard E. Remington for a position on the Official All-State second team. MAURICE BRASH Maurice Brash, an exceptional blocker, deserves much credit for the success of the Tiger defense. He was an important cog in the Tiger pass defense. His block- ing was vicious and accurate. He was the unanimous choice for all-conference honors and was elected on the Detroit Free Press All-State first eleven. He received hon- orable mention on Remington's team. ROBERT HOMAN Robert Homan, Tiger end, was the player who was largely responsible for the success of the Tiger passing attack. He was extraordinarily good at catching passes. His blocking stood out and his defensive play was out- standing. He was chosen on Remington's All-State sec- ond team and on the Detroit Free Press official second team. Bob was the overwhelming choice for all-confer- ence end. RESERVE FOOTBALL Summary The ol' saying that thirteen is an unlucky number certainly does not hold true as far as Coach D. R. McKenzie's ability as coach is concerned. He has completed his thirteenth year of successful coaching of the Muskegon Heights Tiger Cubs. Coach McKenzie and his able assistant, Coach Henry N. Anderson, deserve a lot of credit for turning out a truly good team--one of which our high school can well be proud. The Li'l Tigers came through the season undefeated. They also won over St. Mary's, of Muskegon, and Montague first teams. Generally speaking, there were no particularly "flashy" players this last season. Their success was largely owing to their good team-work as a whole. We sincerely hope Coach McKenzie will turn out as fine teams in the future as he has in the past. CAPT. LeHOUX SEASON'S SCORES Opponents Tigers Grandville ........ ......... 0 46 Montague ........ ......... 0 19 Holland ........ ......... U 0 Kalamazoo ...... ......... 6 13 Grand Haven ......... ......... 0 31 Benton Harbor ..,.... ......... 0 5 St. Mary's ........... ......... 0 14 Muskegon ........ ......... 0 0 Back Row: Galy, Hansen, Rosie, Dombroski, Heisser, Savocool, Kroll, Coaches Anderson, McKenzie. Third Row: Regeczi, Newvill, Bartels, Hibbard. Ruiter, R. Opalek, Reelman. Ruzicka, lohnston. Second Row: Dick. Schweissinger. Wilson. Zoller, Langlois, Bancuk, A. Opalek, Hurst, Hilliard, Brothers. First How: Detlott, Tomorsky, Thornberry, Groeneveld, LeRoux, Mortensen, Rogoski, Leyanna. Wanstean. -. NE, , ,.. , . H9 4555? la F 'UM 4 BASKET BALL Q in SEASON'S SCORES Opponents Tigers Big Rapids ........ 28 44 Manistee ...,........ 10 37 Grand Haven ,... 20 25 Benton Harbor .,2O 25 Kalamazoo .....,., 18 9 Holland .,,,....l.l.,. 24 38 Muskegon ..,.,..,,. 33 23 Grand Haven .... 18 29 Benton Harbor H24 27 Kalamazoo ........ 33 38 Holland ...........,.. 10 Z4 Muskegon .......... 21 31 Regional Championship Holland ....,....,.,.. 24 35 G. R. Central .... 27 38 Valuck Brash Rudd Valuck Smith Brash Minarovic MUSKEGON HEIGHTS 3Ig MUSKEGON 2l Valuclc Selected on All-State Team Sam Valuck, star forward and co- captain of the Tiger basketball team was honored on the Detroit Times Official All-state first team. In addition to being named on the Times all-star squad, Valuck was named on the Detroit Free Press third team and was also selected unanimously on the Southwest Con- ference all-star team. Maurice Brash was given honor- able mention on the Times all-state teams, as well as tall Bob Smith, Tiger center. All three boys were the "highlights" of the Tiger quintet throughout the season. Front Row: Mortensen, Marecek Brash, Valuck, Rudd Kwolek Back Row: Anderson. Wiers, Boyd. Smith, Wiesenhoter, Minarovic, Peply, Coach Iohnson 39 ,itil f Q 5 41 Capt. RESERVE SCORES Grand Haven ........ Benton Harbor ...... Kalamazoo .... Grand Haven ,....... Benton Harbor ...,.. Kalamazoo ......,..... Hxllxard iw A.,- 1 4 Kiwi' iv we , -wma, g ' M fwkvf' .1-.5 At ,ig iff 1 'V ' ' KQQEZE if ' NQQQ 3 gn-f , 'Ev' x ' jk AHA 7,4 f A . 9 X ' ! 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Next year will find the team with a nucleus consisting of the "Four Ks," Kroll, Kwiecien, Kolenic, and Kooyers, all of whom will be back next spring. Valuck, Opalek, and Ryznar will be lost to the team by graduation. RYZNAR KWIECIEN KROLL OPALEK SOPHQMORE VICTORS Back: Prudick, Cole, D. Hislop, Sabotoz Front: Opalek, Ryznar, I. Privacky IU N IOR WINNERS Back: Thomasma, Campsmith Front: Hile, Nipke, Bartels INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL Boys of every type and ability are allowed to participate in the games since the outcome and scores amount to little. The aim and pur- pose of the games is to provide good health and enjoyment for the players. Usually the games end in a sort of "semi-football" classic, with some of the "pugs" going to extremes. In order that the "rookies" do not become mixed with the veterans, two leagues were started, a junior league and a senior league. Medals were awarded to the winners of both junior and senior leagues at the end of the season. The girls are in a class by themselves, play- ing a much cleaner, finer brand of basketball than the boys. tExcept for a few gouged eyes and bruised noses. Oh yes, and at the end of each quarter players retire to see if their hair is properly combed!J SENIOR CHAMPS Back: I-lyznar, Homik Front: Murray, Moon, Ncperalsky, Homan TIGERS WIN TWO CQNFERENCE TITLES Take Grid and Cage Crowns By Beating Muskegon Rivals For the first time in the history of our school, the Tigers won both football and basketball championships in the Southwest Conference. Both titles were finally achieved by defeating Muskegon in football, 7 to O, and in basketball, 31 to 21. ' A large share of the credit should be given to the boys of both squads, but patient coaching on the part of Oscar E. Iohnson and his assistants played a major role in the success of the two teams. Records show that our varsity football teams have won four Southwest Conference championships, and our basketball squads have won two Southwest titles. This is the first year, however, that both football and basketball teams have won both honors in the same year. It is entirely probable that in the years to come, conference schedules will be built for baseball and golf teams, as they have been in tennis, that someday Muskegon Heights High school will capture Conference crowns in those three sports as well. We are proud of our teams and our coaches. ALBERT ANDERSON The Sports Staff of The Oaks, in behalf of the student body of Muskegon Heights High school, dedicates this page of the yearbook to another Tiger "immortal" athlete, Albert "Bunny" Anderson, a four-sport star who won ten letters during his high school career. He rates well along with the "greats" of other years, Iohn Regeczi and Milo Sukup, two other famous stars. During his four-year career, "Bunny" has accomplished many feats. Among those which we like to recall is his record-breaking high jump, set in 1938: and his selection on both the 1938 and 1939 all-conference football teams. "Bunny" was elected captain of the Tiger eleven in 1939 and in that year was chosen on Richard E. Remington's second team in football. He was also chosen on the All-conference basketball team in his junior year. While a junior, Albert was a member of the medley relay team which set a new record in the meet held at Central State Teachers College, Mt. Pleasant. To bring his high school athletic career to a glamorous close, Albert was named among 17 other Michigan high school athletes as out- standing in sportsmanship. All in all, Anderson has set up a high goal for the rest of us to shoot at, a record which undoubtedly will not be equalled for many years to come. 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No other gift in all the world today is so ideal for graduation as a Lane Cedar Hope Chest-the gift that starts a home. This glorified modern hope chest in gorgeous waterproof It is the only cedar chest tested for aroma tightness. Don't be satisiied with less. Come in and see our beau- tiful display at a wide price range. THE 0716 nfuwva nunsm HOPE clffsr '41 No. 48-1755 fshown abovel. All veneers of rare woods u se 6 Exquisite, roomy, unch modem l u Q . st ith4p'ce athdt Carnes 8 free I'I1Olh 111- ln t cnterpanlsparatdby ' band iN G w A f surance policy written S il kinz pa 1 f On ml w Ti , af' K' ln a su burst match. Has Lane by one of Amer1ca's larg- X iacgg Automatic Tray e w - le m c e p ? wa u e e e igm Sqf t? 'K ew uinea oo ro I, .5 I an ' ne s o 'e no 0 3 X rt . "Wt" Oth La c .1 H Ch est insurance companies. N 15, fmgszsgg Ulagn E225 Teri: A J. 4 - 3 .-- ft' i , 1 W ' sepia' ' MUSKEGON HEIGHTS FURNITURE C0 TMILK, CREAM and DAIRY PRODUCTS I KRIM-KO CHOCOLATE MILK i MUSK EGON HEIGHTS DAIRY 5 PHONE 32-196 1336 MAFFETT STREET 7 BICYCLES ARL IQIQPAIIRRG U MMQIQQEEQAAAEPLQARLEQH GRANT A UTO SUPPLY ACROSS FROM MUSKECON HEIGHTS CITY HALL He Do you wish me to take yo Io the zoo? She No if they want m they ccxn come get me ' ' r We, Alumni of M. H. H. S. , Congratulate THE GRADUATES OF 1940 HARWOOD - NELSON Occidental Hotel Building x S S x MAKE OUR STORE - YOUR STORE X BEERMAN'S MUSIC HOUSE, INC. S Since 1882 Beerman's Music House has served the music lovers of Greater Muskezon and vicinity. Q YOUR DEALINGS WITH US WILL NEVER BE REGRETTED X PIANOS: MASON-I-IAMLIN, CHICKERING Sz STORY-CLARK Q X RADIOS, FRIGIDAIRE, BAND INSTRUMENTS, SHEET MUSIC, VICTOR RECORDS O I ,,, v, .ff ,,, ff!!! , ff!! ,,,,, - ,,, ,,,, ,,,- ,vw-v Poi o C yo g' ea e mpleof atede gy? F e h cr . Y , s' it ll' g a h czsmg story to u bald-headed mon. .l.7'..A'!'.f.7'.A7'.f.7'.A'f'.A7'.f.7' .!.7'.!:!J.7' .A7'.f.7'.A'f'.A'!' .Zff.V7.7'J.7'.!.7'.A7'.!.7'.A'!'.A'!'.!.7'.A'77.7'.f.7' JV' .!.7'.!.7J.Z i. -A --- l, WE ARE PLEASED TO PRESENT to thepeopIeotMUSKEGON COUNTY a new line of BRASS INSTRUMENTS and SAXOPHONES created by the I Master Instrument Maker EMIL KARL BLESSING .f?3"' "A ""A"AA'A"'A"" "' """' "" 'A' 'A' '- Countless numbers of the world's great instrumentalists, who for years have used and treasured 5 the beautiful instruments that come from the hands of the BLESSlNG'S, now greet with acclaim the new complete line of BLESSING BAND INSTRUMENTS. l Standard Model Cornet - Trumpet - Trombone . . S65 E A r t i s t Model Cornet - Trumpet - Trombone . . SI IO l Other Models P r i c e d From Sli-8 To Slit-5. I 3? A line comparable to any and excelled in quality by none. 1 Unconditionally guaranteed for TWENTY YEARS! 1 You will be proud and happy to own one of these fine instruments 1 for discriminating musicians . . . lt's a BLESSING. 5 DISTRIBUTED EXCLUSIVELY BY Q BORGESON MUSIC CO. FORMERLY HlNCHMAN'S 5 I2Ill PECK STREET, HEIGHTS O. K. With Her A young city girl was vacationing in the country and became friendly with a farmer boy. One evening as they were strolling across a pasture they saw a cow and cali rubbing noses in the accepted bovine fashion. "Ah," said the farmer boy, "that sight makes me want to do the same." "Well. go ahead." said the girl, "it's your cow." 'if "" ' "" 339' -"--- -----A - ----- ----- -------- - A- .... -- ------ 0 0 Meet your Fr1endS at the B1g Store I I l CARL' I I ""l ---i-+.v. i1 5 LUGGAGE i DRY GOODS l SHOES , ANZ FURNISHINGS ,,m,,,,G, S 42 yw1f.Qn l3I99d'Q9Q' ' i Q A' f , na. Compliments of CONSUMERS DAIRY E ALL POPULAR FLAVORS OF ICE CREAM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS PIYUIN 37-'257 Sixth at Droldwly -- ..........,.. 4222 -- -- 4 ,,, ,,,,, gf ,,,,,, - ,vnu 5? 'AAA' " 'A 'A " "AT " """" 'T' " "T' TA 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 FOR THE GIRL OR BOY GRADUATE A Guaranteed Bracelet or Wri t Watch You may arrange for terms. MIESEN WATCH SHOP 1Z.?3os'15E'Z.?JZiEI E""Tf-w""' Patronize Your Home Store and Save. A',f,'f:f,"1, P 1 thldh gba 1Mh i wu ,h f.7.7'.f.7'.f.7'.f'.7'.f.7'.l:!:f.7'.A'!'.f.7'.f.7'..A'!'.f' AFTER GRADUA TION ATTEND HOWELLS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS I Repal mg G Q d , .,,,, v-v ,,,,, ,,, ,,,,, ,, ,, .,.v --v - -- - The a 1 Iack Tar had ' st ' d 1 e o t q ft oyaqin a ut for a b 1 y "Wel , ot er, he said h 'ly, "h w did yo lk h p t I sent you?" " e said his old ther d b' sly 't was nice and plump. lack, but my. it was oug ." ' A A -A ----AAA AA AAA-A--A AA - J! AA- 'A -A -A 9 In Merry England Guide: "This castle h t d for six hundred years. 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Goldsmith and Sons l AMERICA'S LEADING SPORTING GOODS MANUFACTURERS i Who Feature 3 Golf and Tennis Goods ' Baseball, Basketball, and Football Q Team Equipment Badminton, and Volley Ball Supplies b Track and Field Event Clothing and Supplies Boxing, Swimming, Hockey Equipment v Honor Letters---Honor Sweaters ' Playground and Gymnasium Apparatus E Damms also carry complete stock of Johnson and Evinrude Outboard motors E fishing tackle, guns and ammunition, and other sporting goods equipment. : , , ,,.,, ff , x'- .Cf D 1 Mr. 6: Mrs. E. F. Nlcliensie Proprietors - Home Mid' PMUY Q ' -- All American -- Q : K 8: M CAFE Q 5 Q 4 Home Cooking Q : phone 252, I I7 529 Peck St. Muskegon Heights X J'.ffl.f'.ff!'.!'.!'.f'.f'.f'.f'.f'.f'.!:f'.f'.f"-f'.f'.f'.!:f'.f'.f'.!'.f'.f:f ' - .ff-1 ' v - -fy'-I' , .f'.f'.f' , -f s ..., -f'.f'.f'.!'.f'.f'.f'.f'..f'.f'.!'.f'.f' f77JZA'ff:f'.!7fV7.7J7J7J7J7'.f7A7'.A7'.A'fJ7'.A'f'.Af.A'!'.f7'.A'f'.f.7".f.7'.A'f'.A7'.!.7'.!.V'.!Zf'..A7'.f" .A'!'.A7'...A'f.!:f'..A'f'.A7'.f' To the Class of 1940 Congratulations and Best Wishes 1 Q a HULLINGER BEAUTY SHOP 928 H yt St e I Call 325-242 F r Appointments Scotch Horseback One day a Scotchman went to livery stable to hire a horse The keeper asked him: "How long will you want it?" The Scotchman replied: "The longest one you have-there are eight of us to ride him." Q Q Q S Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q S Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q S Q ffffffffffff E "The Best of Service" Jack Hutchinson's Service Station Corner of Peck and Barney Muskegon Heights Scotchman Bums And then there was thot Scotchman. Bob Bum , who bought just one spur. He figured that it one side ol the horse went, the other was sure to follow. -I-V'-A'!JA'!'.A'f'.A'!'.!.7'.A'f'.A7'.f.77.7'.A'!'.47'.A'f'.CfZfZ!Z'f'.f7J7J7J7Z!L7'.f7J7f7ZfZfZf!7CfZf'.f7J7Z!J7f W. R. JOHNSON DRUG STORE? 547 Peck Street ' 3 MUSKEGON HEIGHTS lVl I C l-l I G A N Q 5 IT DOESN'T COST 5 ffrr PA Y s" Q j COOK ELECTRICALLY E CONSUMERS POWER COMPAN E ALWAYS - AT YOUR SERVICE - ALLWAYS l Q OO OOCO ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, O O f-ff O ff I ---ww - V 5f.7".f'.f'.f'..f'.f'.f' .!'.f' ---AA- X- A--AA .f:f:f:f' .f:f'..f:f:f:!' -- --- AA--- .fff AAAA .f'.f'.f'.f'.f'.!'.f'.!g': KRAUSE'S l GREATER MUSKEGON'S FASTEST GROWING STORE Q X 1 EXTENDS ITS BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS Q Q TO 'rl-is CLASS OF 1940 Q S VISIT KR.AUSE'S IN THE STRAND THEATRE BLDG. MUSKEGON HEIGHTS O : COMPLETE LINE OF MEN'S WEAR - SHOES FOR EVERYONE X Lv- -vv-- --v ----v ----'v-v-v- v--v------- - - - ------- 4 ' "" "' 'A" ' 'A' A"" .ifffffffffffffffffffffffff 1 I : PUHALSKI S S . PUBLIX MASTER X ' 5 5 M A R T S I zo: EAST SHERMAN PHONE 32-382 Q x ,Af ,, .f'.f'.f' , ,,,,, .f'.!'.f' , ,,,,, ,,,, J' .!'.f'.f'.f'.f'.f'.f'.f'.f'.!'..f'.!'..f'.f'.f'.f'.f'.f'..f".f'.f'.f'.f'.f'.l'.f'.f' .1 Rolgertcl lboredlil Hrlgl, :hat shall we do this evening?" Ro r: "Le' in at --" Robzrluz "Pl: let's do something you can do, too. ff A- A- --AA A- O--A -AA AAAAA ffl' A-A-- J' .f'.f'.f'.f'.!'.f'.f'.f'.f'.f'.f' fffffx C O M P L I M E N T S Q X X E PETERMAN SPORT SHOP Q 1 SPORTING GOODS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Q 2 3 Q , Telephone 22263 274 Apple Avenue Q I , , 0 . I Dlstrlbutors For Rawlings Athletlc Products '5 v , ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, .,,..,, 4 2 - ..... 422 -C ..,. -- C. Father: "And that. son, is the story of your daddy and the Great War." Son: "Yes, daddy. but what did they need ll the other soldiers tor?" 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I I I I I The 4 Blg Jobs ln the Home E I jk o coonme o warren HEATING I : O REF RIGERATION C HOUSE HEATING I I X 5 GAS COMPANY AT cAs COMPANY SQUARE , .!'.f'.f'..f'.f'J'.!'.f'J'.f'.f'J'J'.f ' ,,-,,vv J ' , ,,,, ,v vv, ,,,,,,-,, J ' ,vw ff! .f' I "Sc1mbo, how would you like to lgsleih: hipogi cizglldne cmd try a parcch t leap?" "No, indeed. sah. Ah prefers to stay on terrah firmcxh: cm' de more Iirmah, de less terrah. : AA AAA AAAAA AAAAAQI 1 YOUR WEEKLY ALLOWANCE FROM DAD I I 5 CAN BE INCREASED 1- ' 4 I 1 IF you will make Martin Stores your wardrobe headquarters because - you I I will get nationally advertised brands of men's wear at our low c a s h prices. I 1 Our 127 tores' stocks of fine suits and t o p c o a t s are at your command I ' through our unit control system at 515.78 and up. 1 I 1 YOU CET LOW CASH PRICES .... THERE IS A DIFFERENCE , 1 I I MARTIN STORES I I Western and Terrace I I I C , , -LAQQIL - --', V- 4.-Q.-Y-T. GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS GIROUX FOOD MARKET I I QUALITY SERVICE STORE I PHONE 32-05l l3l E. SUMMIT AVE. ---- ---- -JQQZ -,- -- 4 Compliments of I SEALED POWEIl 00IlP0llATION I I I I I I Muskegon Heights, Michigan I I I E I I I A Small I-'avo Father. to son on his twenty-first b rthday: "My son, y e w of age: I h e g y fine education and I think you should help me a little." Son: "Yes, Father. What can I do I yo ?" Father: "You might help me to pay the last installment on your baby carriage." 1 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES I TO THE CLASS OF 1 940 1 FOSDICK REBUILT MOTORS I AUTOMOBILE MOTORS REBUILT AND EXCHANGED I I East Broadway and Leahy Phone 32-955 I 0 - ,.,,.,..... ,.., ,,,.,,,,,, , , -, ..f'-.!..7'..f' 1 AAAA AAAAAAA --- A- A'A-' 'A AA' AA Compliments of 3 NORGE D1v1soN 5 BORG-WARNER CORPORATION I MUSKEGON HEIGHTS PLANT ------f' I I ,,, ,, ,,,, -- -v- , ,,, ,,,,,, ,, ,,,v ,, ,, "Say Bill. if y had five bucks i y p k . h Id y h' k.' Bill: "I'd think I had somebody eIse's pants on." AiA71IrE'1i cB u f 15'QEEE5'A'1l1 SE A RV1'6EAE1Et:'.1ELE' X I S X x S A 5 ALWAYS OPEN 266 W. CLAY Q I y d d y ophone for sale." said the I d ' Y h h d I y neighbor in the h dware store y d y b y g g 0 . TELEGRAPH ASSOCIATION C B DAWES 8: SO OF "Say it with flowers" PHONE 22-O05 -- v v-- v-- -- vc' v-- --- .,.. , --- ---. Teacher: "Iohnny, h Id ' p ho was bom in l894?" Johnny: "Man or w . if" M -A -' Au- --A- ww,..,,8e,v A-- MA- ,- EY HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN D MILK A QANIIARY DAIRY COMPANY ""' -'- ----fv- --v-- ---- - v--v- ,v ,,,v- iv-4, ..JvllvQrrl'v1:l'L,,.-.vf,4..-Y-.-M -v --.-, . A AA """ "" A A:, 6Z?AA ' A' DRY CLEANERS I I 2 I ' 1871-73 PECK STREET TELEPHONE 23-I93 Mother: "Y y tdy b y t t th y g p l th il i th b Where did you p I t. Iohnny: "I th p k t i th t t me." "'A """"' AA"" ' if s 3 l I l g 1 Q ' l . I 1 . X Compliment f , 4 3 I X s LEE , FUNERAL 4 HOME QI 4 I 4 4 ' 4 4 1 4 1 4 4 4 4 l 1 ' . 4 4 k.'ZfJ?J7ff.!7'.!7AfZfJ?J7f!'JYff.fZ!7'.!7J7J7'JZCf'J7Zff Cnsp Decxston ' ' " ' 7" o say 'Dinner is ready' or 'Dinner is served'?" inner is bumt.' " New Maud. How do I nounce dmner. D I Mistress: "If it is like it as yesterday. just y D A AAAA AA A ,,4fef! ' STOKOL STOKERS MARTIN COAL CO. Dependable Fuels COAL--COKE LAWN SUPPLIES AND GRAVEL Phone 222-43 t 230 Keating Compliments of l ROGER'S JEWELRY 326 Western Avenue Mrs. Cross: "Do I understand that you expect me to wear this squirrel coat all my life?" Mr. Cross: "Why not? The squirrels do, don't they?" ee,FBITZJheeedr9esisf Iim: "Where have you been working 1ate1y?" Harry' "In a watch facto " . ry, Jim: "What do you do there?" Harry: "Make faces." .f.7'4.I17".!If'.!' J7'.ffJ7'..ffJ7J7'..ffCf77Z'ffC!7C!!7!7.A'f'.ZfJ7.4'!' A - A A A A - A A - - A -C, J' .!.7'.A'f7' sur QN ' I-0... Wi SUP- balding MUSNEOX HEIGHTS. MICHBAN Martm Hunter Martrn Hunter Hunter who does the most good Henry Ford or Btlly Sunday? Thats easy' Henry Ford How s that? Henry has shaken the devxl out of more people than Brlly Sunday ever can .A7' .ff lf' .f:f'.f'.7".f.7'.f.7'.!:!SA7'.Z'.f..4,f'.!'.7'.f.7' J' J' f:f.7'.A'!' NATIO UMBERMA BANK Muskegon s Oldest Bank ESTABLISHED 1859 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 'i v' vvvv ,vv,, v ,-,,, ,,, ,,,, v- ,, ,.,.. - , - f' 9 e vv lu E UI U r X C 'N 1 1 R-4'f'.f".A7 ' ,,,,, -v, ,,,, v x3Q'!Q 5' -- KJQQZ -v - -4' I-yr A' "" 'A""" """A- "'A-'A -AA--A A - ' ' '.f"..r"v 9 A--AA" A'-'AAA' 'A 'AAA' '--- AAAAAA A - A Q Compliments of E EDWARDS LUMBER COMPANY X fffffffffffffff fffffff fffffffffffffff. 1' JJ:1'yffffffffffffffffffffffffffff 5 M'CH'GAN SCHLQSSMAN THEATERS Q REGENT THE STRAND 5 Q STATE: MUSKEGON I-1E1GHTs S Q.- ..v........ .v.... .......... .... - .... - --ee--, v-,,,,,4k Taking No Chances Iim: "Say, what were you doing with that I Iem you were carrying down ihe st I1 t 'ght " lake: "I was going to see my girI." lim: "Wel1, I never took a lcmtem with me when I called on my girl b t re we re married." lake: "Yeah, and look what you got." X 'A AAA fff ff ff ff f fff ff ff ffffff fffff S ITALIAN SPAGI-IE1TI MADE BY REAL ITALIAN EXPERTS Q Muskegon Heights Most Popular Restaurant E 3 I E FAMED FOR FINE Focus E Q FOR THE LATEST SPORT SCORES AND CORRECT TIME I S eau. us: - zs-sag g S wEs'r BROADWAY BY LEASED WESTERN UNION wmss , 5-Vf - -- - v-v- -- --v-.v-.. ---- A! ---- --- - --...., 422222: - I h 1 U I Pound cakes, En: 'FEISIEJW g?'l""Hl.-f3Z,.'3 f2ZXi?l3' fiififil. he 'GY Sq " 'J d Y "' Q 'H his Cot- 'ggswgggigr they put him ouI." Sfffff ffff fffff ' ' A ffff ' A .fy-J: ' .f'.f'.A.'f'.7' fffffffffffffff fffffff ffffffffv 5 I Q Congratulatlons g S C L A s s o F 1 9 4 o Q WILLIAMS SAUSAGE CO. ' Eff!!! ,, - ,-, ,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,, .f ,,, ,, ,,,, ,, , ,v,-W : + - - A--- -A" - "-'- -"'A""" ' ' U ""' un' ' ' Expert Photo Finishing , THE CAMERA SHOP Acnoss mom ru: Post orr-cr: cmsnns nuns Ann surruzs -:- comnuancuu rnoroennruv I I 1235 PECK STREET PHUNE 35-284 3 COMPLETE PROPERTY SERVICE PH 32-046 3 PETER 1-1oMMEs AGENCY Mggggfg?gN S INSURANCE sl REAL ESTATE Hum: AT JEFFERSON 49, .A7'..!7".A'!'.f' ,,,, ,,,,,,,,vv'- ,Y vvvvv Y, ,,,,,, v-, ,,,, - ,--- Teacher: "How y sh' s y g f y d." Pupil: "That depends h s y d y g ' P BEST WI SI-IES to the CLA SS of 1940 E - EARS ROEBUCK Sz CO 9 Q E C' y Boarder: "I suppose you h h those h k y li F : "N , the hens look afte uch de 1 S GDNGRATULATIDNS S E E S . X E S 3 raduates , S X gl If we have pleased you in the past. ' 3 Please remember us in the future. I S : X I E RADIIIM STUDIO f Q + S nw 245-zsz t 2 Q Q A-A AAAA- fl- -A AA' AAAA Ifff!fffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffX S Compliments of 5 X X Q FREDRICK'S LUMBER CO. Q bfff fff , W - ,eEeiQeQ22f YQ,ev.E,EJ.E-.,v ,- 24 Hour Service Getty Street at Airline Highway -e -- --- --- I . I "If th were four flies on a tabl: gigdl llillgziorgire, h w many would be left?" inquired the teacher. 1 "One," answered the bright little girl. "the dead one." y Sf .!JJ'J' fffffffffffffffffffffffffffff I V A W . ' ' Q NEW AND DISTINCTIVE GIFTS FOR EVERY OCCASION S S X I Stationery O Typewriters S I Billfolds I Fountain Pens S I Greeting Cards I Handkerchiefs g I Books and Games S The Daniels Company 311 Western Avenue 'Y Teacher: "Every d y we breath ygen. What do we breath t night. Milly?" Milly: "Nitrogen " ' ' ' ' Jafar" ' Compliments of FRANK LOCKAGE. MENS STORE The Young Men's Shopping Center of Muskegon Heights NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE PHONE 34-309 1238 PECK sT. W - ,vw A We A A H- - MUSKEGONS' OWN ICE CREAM JERSEY ICE CREAM COMPANY VISIT OUR SODA BARS 23 E. BROADWAY NEXT TO STRAND THEATER 889 FIRST STREET NEXT T0 BISHOP FURNITURE co. v--- - ..., .... - -- ' ,eff .fa -f' .f.7'.!7".A'f'.f.7" J' .A'f'.A'!J.7"..f.7'.f.7".A'7'.A7'.f.7'.f.7'.f.7'.f' .A'f'.!.7'.!.7'J.7".f.7'.A'f'.f.7'.f.7'.A'!'.f' ff' J.7'J.V'J:f'.f .A'f' COMPLIMENTS or S X I S Q MUSKEGON BUILDING MATERIALS COMPANY Q X X S 23-388 PHONES 32-253 S Qf'.fJ'.f'.f'.f'..f'.f'.f'.f'J'.f.f'.f'!'J'J'J'.f'.!'.f'.!'.fJ'.!'..f'.!'.!'.!'.f'.f'.!'.f'.!'.f'.f'.f'.f'.f'.f'.f'ff!! .f'.f'.f'.!'.f'.f'.f' .!'.f:f'.f'.f'.f'.!'.f'.f'..f'.f'.f'.f:!'.f'..!'.!".!JA.'fx Mary: "How many other girls are in on our secret?" Betty: "Four, all told." Mary: "They would-ihe mean things!" Qfffflff ff -AAAAA A -AAAAAA J' -AAA F-A AA -A - A- -AA : 3 The Rexall Store ' 5 s ' Q WOODALL S DRUG STORE 5 N . 3 PHONE 25-931 : X Q PECK STREET at SHERMAN BOULEVARD S MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, MICHIGAN E ffffffffffff f ffff f -f ff ..v,..,.... ..,, ---- e Mistake Waiter: "How did you order your steak. sir?" Customer: "OralIy but I realize now I should have ordered it by mail and in advance." M mu mm 'mmm 'mmm' nu Yi HACKLEY UNION E NATIONAL BANK Q orrsns MANY SERVICES Q Checking Accounts For Everyone : Savings Accounts E Safe Deposit Vaults I Money Orders E Automobile Financing , Trust Department , Real Estate Loans I Commercial Loans E Travellers Checks , n Broadway near Peclz Western af Fi,-sf i Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Iii. ,-- - .,.,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,-,,, -,,,,, gg ,v,,v v , -'Y vi' --gig ' ..f.7".A'fA'f'.A'!".A'fJJ7'.A7'.f.7'.!.7'.A'f'.f' .A7'.A'!'.A7'.f.7'..f.7' .!.7'.A'fA'!'.f.7'.A'fAZA'ff.77.7'.f7'.A'f'.A7'.Af'.f.7' .Z7".A'fA'f'.f.7' THE P TTEHSU PRESS , .A'f.A'f.A'f.!A5U'J7'.A'f'.A'f!.7'..A'A!f'J7'J7'J7'.!7'J?'.A'f'.!.VJ.V'.A'f'.A7'.!T!"..Q'f'.A'f'.A".!'.A'!'.A7'.A'f',f,7',4'f:f,7',47y,7',A'f',A'f:A-f- ..f.V'.f.7'..A'!' A A A .If A A A A A A A A J' A .Cf.Ifff.6f'ffA'f'.ffJ7J?.!7'L'fffJ7'.Cf.!7f7.Cf.ff.A'f.df.f!'f You'II Be Proud To Own A Pontiac ------- America's Finest: Low Priced Car COSTON MOTOR COMPANY 258 MARKET STREET, MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN TELEPHONE 23-300 PONTIAC SALES and SERVICE, GMC TRUCKS. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ..A7'.A7'.A7'.!7'.A'f'..f' I Difference of Opinion "Don't you wish you were a bird, Iimmy. and could ily away up in the sky?" mused his sister romantically. "Naw!" scomed Iimmy. I'd ruther be cr elephant and squirt water through my nose." big J. S. ANDERSO PACKING COMPANY 1.5. A. BRAND SMOKED MEATS Wonderful Control Bridegroom Iin poetic frenzy, as they stroll along the shorel: "Roll on, thou deep and dark blue ocean, roll!" Bride: "Oh, Gerald. how wonderful you are. lt's doing it." Compliments of SNOWHITE BREAD !7.f7f7ff.f7A'f!7.A'fJ7A!'.AfXf.A'f'J7J7.ff.!7.CfJZA! '.!7f .A7'.!.7".!If'.f.7" .A'!'.A'!'.f.7".!' .A.Z'f'.f.ZJ ' COMPLIMENTS OF A MUSIC BOX MONA LAKE DANCING ROLLER SKATING I , , I , , ,,,, ,,t , , tatt E T t tta T at ttt,, , Qffff A--A'AA-A ff AAAA AA -E A QE-AT AA A- A- A--A' -A Q MORTON MANUFACTURING COMPANY Q g DRAW-CUT MACHINE TOOLS Q Cruel Woman "So Ethel returned your engagement ring?" "Yes, she mailed it to me and had the nerve to paste a' label on the outside of the package- 'Glass. handle with care.' " X. ,.,- ,. ,W . , ,, - --- ..... ---- --- - AN INVITATION TO SUCCEED ,Q Today, invention --- without benefit ot wilderness, buclcslcin shirts, or coonslcin caps I --- is creating vast new Frontiers For American youth. Deteatists, however, may say - - 'It is true that the discovery of new processes of manufacture will undoubtedly con- tinue, but it will not leave room For marked extension, such as has been witnessed during the past 50 years, or afford remunerative employment of the vast amount ' of capital which has been created during that period ---" The above quotation is from the annual report ot the Honorable Carroll D. Wright, first United States Commissioner of Labor, and was written in l886. Mr. Wright, in his day, was considered an able economist, but his chief claim to Fame today now lies in the above utterance --- which proved so wrong, and which should serve as a i warning to all economists of our time. Q l lnvention is a cumulative process. As the number of inventions increase, the number of possible permutations and combinations multiplies. Today an acceleration of the rate ot invention is taking place. We are on the threshold of a great period ot technological advance. Men who can keep pace with this progress ot today will be our industrial leaders ot tomorrow. BENNETT PUMPS Reporter: "What shall I say about the two peroxide blondes who made such a fuss at the game?" Editor: "Why, just say the bleachers went wild." : 1 fx BEST WISHES l fl'Ulll il THE CLARK BO0T SHOP 1 I 5 MICHIGAN THEATER BUILDING I 0- -- --- .... --Q-- ...,, -,,, , nn, J.?Z'f'.f'J'J'.f'J'.!'.f'J'J'J'.f'J'J'J' A' J' - J' ' ' ' J'.ffJ' - - J' - A Jiff' A J' AAA-AA J'J' "'A J' A """ ' ' Compliments of J.7'J' J.7'J' Q 5 S X X X X l X I 5 Rffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff , , f ,,,,v,, .ff ,,,,, f ,,,,',,, fff v - ,, fff'J'J'.f'J'.f' J'J' J'J'J'J'.!'J'J'J'J'J'J'J'J'J'.f'J'.f'J'..f'J'.f'.f'.f'.f'..!'.f'.!'J'.f'.!'.!'J'.f'J'.f'J'.f' 4f'.f'.f'J'.f'.f'.f'J'.f'J'J'.f'.f'.!'.f'J'J'J'J'J"J' J' Q Poultry and Dog Supplies, Fertilizers, Flour, Feed, Hay, Grain, Seed S X S 3 .MEISTER 3 S Phone 32-41 7 Distributors Of I -H Flour 3 K vv-v,,v .f' , v , J".f' , , , , J'J' v , , , -.f'J'J' J'.f'J' .f'.f'J'.f'J'.!'J'J'J'J' J'.f'.!'.!'.!' J" .f'J' ..f'J'J ' J' Dad Misses the Point Mrs.: "It's positively shameful the way Iunior talks. I just heard him say to another boy: 'I ain't never went nowhere.' " Mr.: "Shametul? I should say so! Why. he has traveled twice as much as most boys his age!" 1 Best by Laboratory Test g 5 " . . 99 ' BREAD ROLLS Q "When you-all gonta pay me dat ten bucks?" "Boy, I pays you dat ten bucks next week!" "Yeah, but dat's what you tol' me last week." "Uh-huh. and dat's what I'm goin' tell you next week, 'cause I'm not a man 'at says one thing one week and sumthin' else the next." SCHOWS UNION BARBER sl-lop 1245 Sanford St. Muskegon Heights DRY CLEANING " "Arif 'U "'A 'U 1399" A' "' ' """' ' "' ' The Store Of Satisfied Customers BRDADWAY CLEANERS MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN 248 W. Western Ave. Phone 23-256 -...---------------.-.f-W COMPLIMENTS FROZEN GOLD ICE CREAM BAR Freezer Fresh Ice Cream in a Large Variety of Flavors 527 Peck Street, Near Consumers Power Company Muskegon Heights ,ph "Oh, Mother. I received 100 in two s bjects!" And what were the suby d .' "In reading I got 50 and rn anthmetic 50." ,eId',f09:F?'a'l5IE",f.9S'Z'i',e9' I I I I It N It I T I I Students! F5 xl, I U 1 YOUR GRADUATION NEEDS CAN BE QUICKLY AND ECONOMICALLY SOLVED AT THE GREATER cRossMAN's STORE SUITS - TOPCUATS ,p it 9 95 25 2975 . Ui GROSSMAN'S to 4 STORE FOR MEN ,, -- -- -v ..v. --- --- - v--- M er: "Did your watch stop when it dropped on the deck?" S a Scout: "Sure! Did you think it would go through?" -- .... A ...... - ........ ......... A I-- ---- A..A,,,,, ,,,,:3,,,A CONGRATULATIONS to the cIass of I940 CAROLYN MYSEN STUDIO I? ff sr- :: H51 SE '52 .1 rxilvgxi. 5 23:1 jk WW' 5 F211 f mir! 535-1255 1E3v2:I 'EFUEEE +'35"":o'i IVF-"Re I5 1 bmi. 5 Gigi. 5-f,l"'12EE 1?'z3E. E' 533-4 II CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES CLASS OF 1940 S R PARSONS V' ,A"I'4A77.7'..f.7'.f' J' .A7'.A'!'..A7'.l' AA -A A AA --AA-A A- A- A- AA- AA A- -A - fff Compliments of Le Roy Olson Studlos What? Psy hologistz "When children are naughty quickly sw' h h ' M h 'Switch their what?" -- -- --- ..... --- 8.-- - ,, Watch The Fords Go By Ford V8 Mercury 8 Lincoln Zephyr V I2 BOYD AUTO SALES CO S A N A N A N E N A A N S N S N S 3 I A S S 2 I S A I A I Sfffffff .ffffg X N N A S 3. N A A A Q Q A A S I A I X I X A S 3 I X 4f.7".f.7'.Z'f'..A'f'.f.7'.f.7' Q X .f'.!:f'J'.f'.!:f" x x x N N I x x x N x N Q . A N x I P 0 J7lf'.ifJy'J7Zfff.!7Zff7J7lf'.f7JY.Cf'.ClJYZf'.f!'J7.CfZ'f ' J7'.!:fJ.7'.A'f'.!.7'.47'.f:!'.f.7'.A'f'.A'f'.A'f7.V'J7' D :'Y.1dp1I ht ' h 1d.' Violinistz "How come? Drummer: "Times Ilies, d s ' . W II I b ' .' " "" 2' 332 "--+'c'------- M- - ---- A- A---- ---M M-- TO THE CLASS OF l940 BEST WISHES FROM THE MICHIGAN ASSOCIATED TELEPHONE COMPANY Kem EEE E EEEEEE EEE EE COMPLIMENTS OF Yeager's Heights Beauty Shop - --- --- ...,. v ........v. 4 - .,...,..,...,,,,,,, , ----- -- -A --- .--. - -- '.-------- A PLEASANT PLACE TO SHOP BOELKINS' GROCERIES-MEATS Sh A y d g yth g for that c ld H S I h 't wants me t ompliments of HALL ELECTRIC COMPANY STEWART WARNER REFRIGERATORS AND STOVES Y h Ilbgyitkp lit lykp Idt htltb ACROSS FROM THE NORGE BROADWAY PHARMACY 101 W. Broadway Phone 32-357 Book Ccmvasser tto little boy at gate of villubz "Is y th 1 h Little Boy Cpolitelyl: "Yes, sir." Canvasser falter knocking a doz t esl: "I tho ght y d y th Q h Boy: "Yes, she is, sir: but I d t 1 h ." HA RD Y'S "wish you a lifetime Of'success" MUSKEOON's FINEST STORE FOR VACATION APPAREL A .f.7'.!.7J' Q Xt Q Q I SE QI Q1 J I .A7'.!.7' .A'!'.!:f', Depends on how much you save START Wlth 8 1 O0 MUSKEGON SAVINGS BANK I I se 1 CD EQ? I ei ' g -4:55 1 G gi' 1 Q 33 I CD '52 1 W -5' .ae P CID an ' QE 1 ' gi 1 9' " 1 Q x :J 2 2? 2 T 55 . s ,,..2 1 E S ggi 1 . ar -5 1 94 Q-if--'H95 EQ I N -5. 1 es .S CB D-F, I -3' 1 who 1 .2 1 Q I B I g 1 f' I 5 ,S .,, 1 1 . I I 'X X R ' 1 'X Ivvvvfvvv Y OIC : ' ' kdd h' . BEAUTY SALON BARBER SHOP STRAND BUILDING Technique of Collection Old Lady Ito clerkl: "Don't you know it is rude to whistle when dealing with a lady." Clerk: "The boss told me to do it, ma'am. He said if we ever sold you anything we'd have to whistle for the money." -- ..,.,, -7 .,,. ...... - - ..,,,, ,A,,A, - -- -- - ----, Q ' COMPLIMENTS OF I , E. 1-1. sl-IELDQN sz COMPANY Q I MANUFACTURERS or sclENcE LABORATORY 5 AND ' , A 5 VOCATIONAL FURNITURE FOR SCHOOLS 3 ..v. ....v 4 ......-.--v-. -..----.. 4 - ----v ---A--v- - - - Not At All Gue W l d h I h p I haven't kept you up too late?" H H03 I I N ll N at all. We would have be g ' q p soon. anyway. -e Compliments of Schoenberge Market Phone 32-2 I 4 301 W. Broadway - - .1SiS5S'lIS l4S'4?? f'?2 ...... - .... - - ......v - - , v - , - , , , , , , N HIGA fffffffffffffffffff Q X Q X Q Q Q Q Q X Q Q X Q Q Q Q Q Q Q X Q X Q X Q X Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q S Q Q Q X Q Q Q Q Q Q Qwf fff "" ' ' A"' u f' Q Q CAMPBELL X vm T Q 8z X CANNON F OUN DRY Q M O T O R Q CASTI GS Q Q MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, Mic Q C - 'A AAA A-A A -AAA A AA-- A -A-A-A--' AA--AA A f.7.7'.f.7'.f.7'.f.!.7'.fZ3 iA'f'.A'f'.f.7'.f.7'.A'!'.f.7' Compliments of Brunswick Balke Collender Co. f J His Pay A well-known attomey was always lecturing his ofiice boy, whether he needed it or not. One day he chanced to hear the following conversation between the boy and the one employed next door: "How much does your chiel pay you?" asked the latter. "I get 51.500 a year, live dollars a week in cash, and the rest in legal advice!" ""13fd"C3"" """' 'A """'A"' -All--A WE HAVE ALL MAKES OF NEW AND USED TYPEWRITERS George A. Long YOUR TYPEWRITER MAN 400 Lyman Bldg. Phone 2-57-57 ee What He Needed Mountaineer 1taking son to schoolrooml: "My boy's arter lamin'. What have you got?" Teacher: "We offer arithmetic, English, trigonometry, spelling. etc." Mountaineer: "lust give him some oi that thar triggemometry: he's the worst shot in the family." ,.- ----..- ----.., - A-- -- -A- ------. I Visit THE VISTA GRILL On U. S. 3 1 1723 Hoyt TEMPTING MEAL? Phone 32-921 An Invitation Little Henry, while at a neighbor's, was given a piece of bread and butter, and he politely said, "Thank you." "That's right, Henry." said the lady, "I like to hear little boys say 'Thank you.' " "Well," added Henry, "ii you want to hear me say it again, you might put some jelly on it." z 1 1 I compumsnrs or 1 1 B.F. George Storage 81 Van 0 . E 1 Phone 32 412 1 1 I3 I5 Haelrley Place Muskegon Heights, Michigan 1 ,f.7:f'f .ftf .!1f'.f.7' v .f:f' .f7'.A'f' .A'f'.f.7' Y .xy:f:f .4'f:f:f'..A'f'J.7'.A'f'.A'f'.rffy:f.7'.A'f'.f:f'.A'ff.7' 8000 Items for the Office I 5 Are manufactured by Shaw-Walker-the largest exclusive 1 maker of office furniture and filing equipment in the world. I Each is designed to do a definite job of making office work :II move faster, to affect economies in office operations. This vast line is completely pictured, described, and priced E in the 3146-page Shaw-Walker OFFICE GUIDE. 4 Filing Cabinets Shaw-Walker Desks 4 Aluminum Chairs 1 Bookkeeping Equipment "DuillLicn Fireproof Files 1 Fireproof Safes Indexing Systems , Filing Supplies 1 NUSKEGON, MICHIGAN I .! ........... ,... - v- - A-A-QVA """" "A 'TATA' "A"" "Are we going to allow Roberts to try out for the football squad? ked the captain. "No." replied the coach. "anybody who can spell such words as pl potentiary. erysipelas and plebiscite is no good as a football player." FOR ATHLETIC AND SPORTING GOODS M M ARNTZ SPORTING GOODS STORE GET OUR PRICES - LOWEST IN CITY GET YOUR GYM SUITS ETC. HERE AND SAVE MONEY -- ....,. - v--v ..... -----v-.4-,-,- -,,- - Two boys were talking about the accomplishments ol their Iathers. and little Bill aid, "My father is an Eagle, an Elk. a Moose. cmd a Lion." Mickey said: "What's it cost to see him?" I I I I I Compliments of PORT CITY CANDY AND TOBACCO COMPANY Paul Suchovsky Carl Suchovsky I I I I I I I I I I I .A'f'.f..7'.f.7'.Lsf'.A'f'.f' Sfrffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff fe ff-fff,-ff,-J-fx ,- Q Q Q Q Q 5 Q I tv Q Q v-U Q QO Q Q O gp Q QW Q Q O Q 'Q 'U D Q Q Q Q Fl CX D 'QQ PQ Q X g-1-51-1 X PQ E32 'Q Q 'QQQEQ U' . ' 5 E D Q 3 5535 X m wg Q Q Q Q at-sf Q F' 1- Q Q Z z Q 4:2535 ' H Q Q Q E Z Q 1 CQ Q rn U' Q-4 Q QQ Q Q IQ Q Q 'TJ Q Q Q Q Q Z Q f . CU Q I '-1 fp t"" Q 0 ' -Q Q 53 Jw C! Q -Q WZQ Q 5 r- 2 '11 FJ Q Q DQ Q ca D-4 f X 'Q Q W R93 Q E 3' Q 1 "U Q Q S 'U 0 Q F :Q : C I Q Q Q g . Q Q 2 fb. P-3 Q Q Q Q U3 f"1Q Q G Q 1 0 PQ Q -3 Q 2 Q Q Q . rn "IQ Q -A 'FU Q Q ""Q Q Q Q ZQ Q pq P-t Q Q W Q Q :U Z Q QI? GQ Q Q N Q Q 2 Q Q : N Q Q cn Q ' -A Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 32-041 Compliments of 32-041 EMIL'S FOOD MARKET W M uallty SCIVICC, Courtesy IS our motto 'wwe WA lonorl The following correction appeared in a small town paper: "Our paper carried the notice last week that Mr. Iohn Doe is a defective in the police force. This was a typographical error. Mr. Doe is really a detective in the police farce." "f.Z'A'fIA'f'.f.7'.A7'.A'A'f4'7J7f!'.ff.Cf'J7Zf'J7'.Cflflf'!7.!7.Zf'.ffZfZflfZfZ'fZf.!7!Y!Y.A'f'.A'!".!I!'.!Z'f'.f.7'.f.7'..A77 .fIf'.f:f'.L'f'..A'f'.A'f'.A7 Q 3. Q2 Q2 Q Q 310 Q . Q Q. Q Q Q S . Q Q Q X Q Q o Q Q Q Q Q Q. 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Miesen Iewelry Morton Manufacturing Company C Camera Shop Campbell, Wyant, and Cannon Foundry Carl's Store Chase and Panney, Insurance Clark Boot Shop Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consumers Dairy Consumers Power Company Coston Motor Sales Crystal Recreation Bowling Alleys D Damm Hardware Dana Printing Company Daniels Company Dawes and Son, Florists E Edwards Lumber Company Emi1's Food Shop F Falony's Barber Shop, see Olive Mae Felt and Company, Portrait Photographers Fredericks Lumber Company Fosdick Rebuilt Motors Fritz, the Druggist Frozen Gold Ice Cream Bar G Gateway Service Station B. F. George Storage and Van Giroux Food Market Grant Auto Supply Grossman's Department Store H l-Iackley Union National Bank Hall Electric Company Hardy, Wm. D. Company Harwood-Nelson, Clothiers Hommes, Peter Insurance and Real Estate Hosler's Budget Shop Hostess Hamburg Shop Howe1l's School ot Business Hullinger Beauty Salon Hutchinson, I. 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