Muskegon Heights High School - Oaks Yearbook (Muskegon Heights, MI)

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Those honored were Co-Captains Ioe Hegedus and Austin Mathews, Frank Sohasky and Clarence Kinsman. awarded four p Out of this quartet Ioe Hegedus advanced the farthest when ed to the All-State Second Team. Austin Mathews was placed on the All-State Third Team while Frank Sohasky and Clarence Kinsman received Honorable Mention. he was nam H IOE HEGEDUS CLARENCE KINSMAN All-Conference First Team A11-Conference First Team All-State Second Team A1l'State Honorable Mention ...Q'7... 1+ ir 2,1 e J x. Z -1 7' it 1 S KJ f SCORES Tigers Opponents 39 Holland .................... 0 7 Muskegon ,.....,........, Z4 33 Grand Haven .,.,.... D 31 Grand Haven ........ 0 32 Holland ...,..,., .,,.,,. 0 26 Whitehall ........,.,.4,., 12 7 Muskegon ,.,.,..,......., 13 175 Totals 49 'W' 'A' Reserve Our Tiger Reserves squad came through again With another outstanding football record this year. lt seems to have become an annual affair. The McKenzie eleven trod over every opponent except the Muskegon Little Reds. The smashing sec- onds piled up a margin of five victories compared to their two setbacks at the hands of the Muskie team against teams much heavier and more ex- perienced than themselves. The squad under the watchful eye of Mr. Mc- Kenzie progressed readily throughout the season and Worked in unison. They were exceptionally good examples of sportmanship and ability com- bined, and as a result they were a team to be proud ot. Hats are off to seconds, for a job Well done. Visible irom left to right: Foelker 1647, sitting: Van Dyke 1621, standing: Grandelius 1547, standing: Anderegg 1551, sitting: McLean 1853, lying down: Coach McKenzie, standing: and Frick, sitting, tar right. 1There are others in the picture. You try to spot them.D -93- Football 'F' if 'A' if Our Tiger Reserve football and track squads are fortunate in having Coach David R. McKenzie as their head mentor. "Mac" is a friendly, helping coach who has been turning out good athletic machines for the last eighteen years at our Mus- kegon Heights High school. He gained his ability and knowledge of football and track ' during his high school and college days as a standout player v and sportsman. During his high school days at Monroe, Mich- igan, "Mac" proved his worth, but he hit his peak at Central Michigan College of Education fMt. Pleasantl. It was here "Mac" came through with brilliant performances in track, bas- ketball, football, and baseball. He earned eight major awards in these four sports. In 1927, Mr. McKenzie came to our school to begin his ex- cellent record. He has winning percentages in football over all schools played, except Muskegon, and his teams each year are noted for their sportsmanship and ability. We wish to express our qratefulness to a fine coach and wish him much success in the future. Coach McKenzie Season Summaries Oct. 6, Holland-The Tiger Reserves rang up the curtain of their abbreviated season by play- ing host to a heavy but awkward Holland grid club. The Little Tigers played exceptionally good football to come out on the long end of a 3E-O count. Oct. 13, Muskegon-Our Bengal Seconds suf- fered their first loss of the early season when they faltered as a determined Muskegon eleven stacked up a 24-7 advantage. The Tigers ral- lied, but the game proved to be in the bag for the Little Reds. Oct. 19, Grand Haven-Coach David Mc- Kenzie's Tigers rebounded from their defeat by taking it out on the hapless Buccaneer squad on the 1atter's gridiron to a 33 to O tune. Oct. 26, Grand Haven-The Blue and Gold came to the Little Tigers lair in an attempt to redeem themselves but were clawed badly to a 31-O extent. Nov. 3, Holland-The Tigers lengthened their victory string to three, as they climbed the frame of a Holland team in the rain and mud of the Woodenshoes' grid oval. The game was shortened because of the weather, but the score was 32 to 0 at the end of play. Nov. 10, Whitehall-The victorious, vicious charges of Coach McKenzie next took the measure of the Whitehall varsity 26 to 12. The game was rough and many injuries resulted, but our Tigers held the upper hand. Nov. 17, Muskegon-Our Tigers played the Muskies, in the prelude to the main game, al- most to standstill, but were behind 13 to 0 at the half. The Tigers came back in the last half to score, but failed on a last-minute pass to tie the game. As a result, the Muskies were on top 13 to 7 as the curtain came down. WN , -1 lgk, x f Q 1 ' Y ! K -, W 4 'Sf bw f -r ' X :W ft WU A.-noisy VARSITY BASKETBALL MALVIN'S TROPHY Awarded to the first win ner ot three consecutive games between Muskegon and our Tigers. This year our varsity cagers got off to a fast start by whipping the Grand Rapids city champs, but after that they ran into some tough competition and some bad breaks. The Tigers were at a disadvantage in height this season, and in experience, but they formed a scrap- py organization, forcing most of their foes to the limit to win. With a little luck, our Tigers could have had a much better record. The Tigers plan revenge for next year, never let- ting a fair season stand in the way of a better one. Coach Okie Iohnson and his boys will be on the warpath again next year, as usual. Things will probably happen. 'K A ln Nt si-ll K wr!! naw, s-wg - ,Tiff - by .L A--r -F 5 .wv3,ir ?u4w 324 ui Y v Back Row: Courtright. Mgr., Williams, Bybee, Beattie, Krieieldt, Folker, Mathews, Washington, Minarovic. Coach Iohnson. Front Row: Voorhies, Hegedus, LeMieux, Stegeman, Grover, Polanyi, VanderWee1e, Begley. -100- SIX SHOOTERS l, r R-1 ERNEST BEATTIE SAM BYBEE CARL GOULET RICHARD KRIEFELDT ARTHUR MATHEWS PAUL MINAROVIC GEORGE WASHINGTON WILMER WILLIAMS If 34 I Vx -101- MH PHIL BEGLEY DORR GROVER IOE HEGEDUS TOM LE MIEUX IOHN POLANYI IACK STEGEMAN DON VANDER WEELE MILTON VOORHIES 9, .1 Xl RESERVE BASKETBALL Standinq: Mgr. W00d. Sumner, SChGfer. Workman. Bibecky, Timmer, Carpenter, Moeller, Heatton, Kushner, Elliot. Coach Kruizenqa Sitting: Heminger. Frick, Cater, Howell, Anderegg, Ramsey, Grandelius, Dunham, Bergklint. On the Floor: Leban, Hotham, Iohnson, Borgmcm. .,,r ,,A .r , 14 , ., -S36 . hx 'ff' x X 2 Coach Kruizenga R-2 Paul Anderegg Eugene Bergklint Merlin Bush Alvia Cater Bud Dunham Stanley Elliott Neil Frick Everett Grandelius Otto Heminger Bill Hotham lim Howell Richard Klimo Alan Kushner Fred Moeller Oscar Ramsey Bob Ribesky lack Van Dyke Iohn Workman SCORES , ., Opponent L f. . St. Mary's ...........,..,...,... 24 1. l St. Ioseph .,.... .........,.,... 8 ' Holland ....... .....r.. 3 9 Rf f B. Harbor .,,.,.... .....,.. 2 3 1165 ' G. Haven .,.....,,,.. .,...... l 6 ff: 6, G. R. Catholic ,,....,.,.,.,. 32 ' ' " Kalamazoo .......... ....,... 3 0 D :Ut , Muskegon ............ .....,.. 3 6 M G. R. Catholic ..... ......., 2 5 Holland .,,.....,.... ,...,.,. 3 2 ,M B. Harbor . ..... ,....... 2 8 Y G. Haven ...... ........ 2 l azu pi. ,mm Kalamazoo .... ........ l 6 W "' A Muskegon ....,. ..,,....,,,. 2 5 Totals 355 A bright spot in a rather dismal basketball season has been the climb of the Little Tigers to the Little Southwestern Conference Championship. The title was not decided until the last game of the season when Coach Herman A. Kriuzenga's red-hot quintet defeated the Muskegon seconds, 40-25. In their first conference game of the year the Baby Bengals edged out a 40-39 victory over a tall Holland team. This was the start of a four game winning streak which brought three more wins to the second's total. The Tiger Cubs lost to Muskegon 36-28 and to Holland 32-28 for their only conference losses of the season. These two losses seemed to stimulate our seconds who soared to new heights, winning their last four games, and taking the con- ference crown. -102- BASEBALL 1 - vi ' -1 - ,wry X. 1 1 W, Back Row: Leban, I. Bybee, Selig, Wait, Hoekenga, Sumner, Olsen, Coach Iohnson. Buchan, Bodner. Middle Row: Bush, Elliott, Beattie, Erhardt, Krieteldt, Cater. Frick. Anderegg, Dunham, Kushner, Taylor. First Row: Moeller, Kinsman, Caughey, Petrongelli, Grandelius, Capt. Boone, Beam. S. Bybee, Ghezzi, Sanders. On the Ground: Hagen, Williams, Branch, Whitlow. i . 3 Q . At the time this section of the The Oaks went to press, if Coach Iohnson's baseball nine had just won a 7 to 3 decision 1 over Ravenna in a five-inning contest at Ravenna. Since it Q0 , was the opener for the 1945 season, and the ground Wet, there X - x were noi too mgny indications as to What kind of team would :r ,, 5 ty ' eventua y resu t. -' J if ,, ' ,3t,..f if 6 On the face of things, a fair season was the prospect. The Tigers had eight lettermen, including three of the regulars from last year. A large squad of 36 boys turned out for practice each night. At catcher, the Bengals have two letterrnen from last season, Everett Grandelius and Sam Bybee. First base was well covered by Roy Sanders, with Alvia Cater in line for a close second. At second base is Earl Beam and Paul Anderegg. Beam was on on last season's team. Larry Boone and Stan Whitlow were holding down short. Larry was a regular second baseman last year, shifted to shortstop to fill Captain Henry Olah's place. The "hot corner" was guarded by Richard Ghezzi, an R-l winner, and by Bill Williams. In left field was Fred Moeller, a soph, and Ronald Kinsman, who Won an R-1 last season. In cen- ter, Leland Branch, MH winner from last season, and Robert Taylor. In right field is the veteran Rich- ard Caughey, and alternate Floyd Dunham. Pitchers were led by Ed Petrongelli, last year's regular batting in clean-up position: Earl Beam, Alan Kushner, Neil Frick, Murlin Bush, and Gary Hoekenga. THE 1945 SCHEDULE April 17, Ravenna, there: April 20, Whitehall, here: April 24, Holton, there: April 26, Grand Haven, there: May 1, North Muskegon, there: May 4, Holland, here: May 8, Ravenna, here: May ll, Muske- gon, here: May 15, Holton, here: May 18, Grand Haven, here: May 22, Holland, there: May 29, Mus- kegon, there. , -103- TRACK Back Row: Coach McKenzie. Borgman, Votaw, Culver, Knight, DePoy, Moulton, Klimo, Ruud. Middle: Smith, Howell, Norris, Martin, Dudzik, Goeriche, Ribesky, Dotson, Ramsey. Front Row: M. Garvey. Rogers, Stariha, Zoratti, D. Garvey, Wem er, Hulka, Cook, Dahlquist, Koteles. 9 lIll:l:lI :Eur num A I mtl l l 9 ' QIIIIV L .V-5 Our cinder squad at the time of this writing was progressing rapidly. It looked as if we would have a good team. There are three lettermen retuming to bolster Coach McKenzie's flying Tigers. These boys include Paul Hulka, fast dash man and relay man, while Bob Werner comes back to run the 440 and relay for Mac with Ronald Zoratti, the other letterrnan, trying his luck with the shot. New comers and others retuming include Clifford Georiche, running the mile: Paul Cook and Doug Garvey, half milers and dash men, DePoy, Ramsey, and Howell. Howell and Borgman have been doing well on the hurdles. The Tigers are green, but could develop into a strong track team. Watch their dust and spikes, while we sign off now and go to press. -104- GIRLS ATHLETICS TI1iE2:: .4215 '- f':' fs-,gg I. 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I . . NX . N91--. ww-.-ss.: .L , Q bw Mb- 3? NN-f jg fs!-lx -It Pvt. E. Connelly, Pic. H. Stibitz, Pvt. P. Dendrlnos, T Sfc A. Pelkey, AIC C. Brash Capt. V. Leatherman, Lt. M. Brash, S Zfc W. Stibitz, EM 3fc K. Stibitz, Pic. A. Sponaas Pvt. R. Dale. Lt. I. Keith, Cadet Nurse A. Dendrinos, Cpl. G. Leatherman, S Zfc I. Culver Flight Officer M. Sponaas, S Zfc I. Fortenbacher. S!Sergt. W. Camp, S Zfc I. Stibitz. Naval Air Cadet A. Dendxinos Pvt. G. Stibitz, S Zfc I. Sponaas, Pvt. W. Leatherman, Mpdshipman M. Dendrinos. Mus Zfc I. Lupien -108- IN THE SERVICE OF THE NATION fe.. 'ltd' .gf --.,,. 1 si : '. H 5 Still: 1 H Q- V f , .hp YT 4 A' z wi. 1 If ,E L I Q ' ae- 1,1 . 9 I " ' ' . f . - 71+ -"' E ' TL 1 F5 C I li- fx if Top Row-Pic. R. Thomton, Pic. F. Siplon, SZ! c F. LeF1c1me, Mar ine Pvt. S. Chvcxlcc, Mess Sgt. C. Schultz, H. Vcnderwest Middle Row-Pvt. C. Hcxbetta, I. Kovurcik, R.M.2f c T. Thomasm cr. Sgt. I. Holmes, Pfc. V. Lubun, Pvt. R. Knopf. Bottom Row-Pic. R. Smith, 2nd Lt. F. Brown. Pvt. F. Wood, Pfc. I. Borgman, Pic. G. Vunderwest, Cpl. W. Hemphill. -109- f 'Wt 1 7 :Q ,ff Lv, lt 052.23 nfjx K N J 9- Top Row-SfSqt. Willis Hansen, Pic. Iune Schatz, and Cpl. Iohn Hack! Alvord, Sgt. Herman Zcxcharison, S lfc Robert Poulin, Pic Bert Vanderwest. Middle Row-lim and Tom Morton, Cpl. Donald Iohnson and Raymond Iohnson S F 2!c, Cadet Lee Poulin, Pic. Frank Koteles, Pvt Edith O. La Flame. Bottom Row' -Cpl. Ice and Pfc. Ernest Vukits, Arnold Van Nunez, Mo. M. M. Zfc, Lt. Clare C. Vanderwest, Donald Bowerson Robert E. Hogston, A. M. M. Bfc. l-11 10- March 15, 1945 25 ul . WR 4 Approximately 1,200 Muskegon Heights High School Compliments of Your Neighborhood QUALITY SERVICE STORE 55115 DF ,I - . R - 47 I is 'Wvs LEABVXG 97 Independent Grocers Serving Western Michigan Compliments of HEKMAN BISCUIT Spend Red and Blue Points Here STOCKYARD MARKET Where Your Dollar Has More Cents 329-333 W. Broadway, Hts. INDEX TO ADVERTISING A. and B. Welding Co. . 100 Aincrit-an Barbecue ....... 145 American Coil Spring ,.... 140 Anderson Packing Co. 155 Bailey Supermarket .... 156 Baker Auto Parts ....... ....,.... 1 49 Barherini Food Market .... 110 Baxter Launderers ............ 13" 1ieerinan's Music House .... 152 Bluhm Brothers ..... ,..,...... 1 58 Boelkins Supermarket 145 Hootie Stables tlienb ..., 1322 Brickner-Kropf ..,,...,... 128 Broadway Lunch ..............., 1:3 Browne-Morse ......,,................. ...... 1 30 Brundage Cut-Rate Drugs ........,... 1-is Budd's .lewel1'y ....................... .,.... 1 415 Camera Shop .... ...... . .........,.,.. ...... 1 4 X Campbell, Wyant X Cannon 110 Carl's Store .....,... .................... ,..... . . .153 Celia's Beauty Shop .,.. 100 Centrifugal Casting ..,...... 139 Champayne Body Shop .. .... 1-16 Chinese Gardens ..........., 147 Clark Boot Shop .......... 1-14 Cloething Radio Shop ..... 127 Coczi-Cola Bottling Co. ,... 120 Columbia Studio ........., 146 Commercial Press .... 130 tjonsumer's Dairy ......,.., 133 1yUIlS1ll'I1El"S Power Co. 159 Crystal Recreation .... . 154 Currecrest ,... .. ,.,... .... . ..... 1 44 Dana Printing: Co. .........,. ....,. 1 21 Daniels Company ................ 140 Dawes and Son. Florists .... 132 lrendrinos and Sons ......... ...... 1 42 Dion Service Station .... ...... 1 51 E4-ftnoniy Hardware ...... ..,... 1 50 Edd.e's Cafe .,....,....,,., 152 Edwards Lumber Co. .... ...... 1 is Emil's Food Market ......... . .,,.. 130 Enterprise Brass Works .... 157 Faloney's Barber Shop ....... ...... 1 50 Federal Department Store , ...... ..... 1 45 Fike Electric Motor Repair 140 Fischer Coal Co. ......... . ....... .. . ..... 154 FitzJohn Coach Co. 120 Frank's ,......, .... . , ..,........... ...... 1 43 Fredricks Lumber Co. ..... 146 Fritz. The Druggist ...... 148 Gas Company , .................... . ..... 159 George, B. F., Storage .... , ...., 157 Georges Auto Sales ........ . ..,... 100 Gerst Barber Shop ......... ...... 1 53 Goodyke Music House ...... , ..... 153 Grossniarfs ....................,,................ 136 Hackley Cnion National Bank. ..... 12:24 Hahn Drug .........,......,,.... .... ............ 1 t 10 Hall Electric Co. ....,..,,.............,...., 151 Hanseirs Dairy4Bar ............,..... 130 Han-nys ........,....,.............,,. iii Harwood-Nelson ., ..,....,,..,................ 144 Hcckman Biscuit ...................,. ,..... 1 12 Heights Service Garage .........,...,.. 140 Heights Sheet Metal Works 145 Heights Shoe Repair .........., . ...... ....141 Hosler's Budget Shop ..... . .,.,, 147 Hostess Hamhurgs ........... 142 Hoyt Street Food Store .... 14-1 Hughes Dress Shop ......... 148 Hunter, Alfred J. ......,... 129 Jefferson Food Center ...... 132 Jersey Grill ....,.....,............ 138 Jiroch Co. tFrancist .. ........ 142 John's Super Service . .... , ..... ...... 1 50 Johnson Drug Store .....,.,..,,............ 14" Junior High Beauty Shop ............ 158 Kanitz Dry Cleaners ........ 130 Kay's Fine Jewelry ...... 142 Krause's Store ........ 154 -112- Lawson's Budget Shop .................. Lakeshore Machinery Co. ........... . Lee Funeral Home ............. ....... . Lee and Son Hardware .... .,...... Llndlaud Coal Co. ....... ....... . Lockag:e's tFI'11lllil .... ...... , . Malvin's Jewelry Co. ......... ....... . Manning, Maxwell and Moore, lnc. ................. ........ Martin Coal Co. ..,. ....... . Merit Shoe Shop .,..,... ,...., . . M1lady's ................ ...... ........... ..., . . . . Mona Lake Body Shop ,....... Monroe tL. CJ Coal, Coke .......... Morton Manufacturing Co. ......... . Mulder's Standard Service ........,. Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Screw Works, Inc. Tool and Die Co. Upholstering Co. ......... . Heights Furniture Heights Record ............ Wholesale Grocery National Lumherman's Bank ........ i H- Ntdeau t NCISUIJS 11 Sensi-n Oil an Nihble-a-Scrib-Nib ......... .. Nordstrom aryey 1.3, Realtor ........ 'atch Shop ..... ............... Dairy .................... , .....,. Borge Division and Norge Machine Norak's M Olive Mae Patterson Products ..................,... eat Market ...... ........ Beauty Salou .....,........ Grocery .......... ........ Ll Qual CO. 124 103 127 123 160 155 120 151 148 144 138 150 150 151. 149 146 154 150 113 150 112 147 124 157 152 158 160 122 150 156 I-41 Patterson Press ............. ,. ....,. 143 Peck Produce Market ......... ........ 1 45 Peerless Plating Works ...,. ........ 1 56 Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. ........ 143 Peterson Coal Company .,... ........ 1 50 Polly Ann Pastry ............ ........ 1 -17 Parmelee. Jeweler ........... ........ 1 55 Parr0t's Radio Shop .........,......... ,..135 Parsons tS. R.J .,............................ 123 Port City Candy and Tobacco Co...153 Port City CIO . ......,.......................... 131 Pulialskis Food Market .....,...,...... 115 Pyle Pattern Mfg. Co. .................. 123 Quality Aluminum Casting Co ..... 14-1 Quality Dairy Co. ..,....................... 150 Quigley, tR. JJ .......... ........ 1 42 Radium Studio ...................,. ........ 1 30 1.14 R. B. Shoe Repair Shop .............. Reid-Graff Rogers Je Company ., ......... ..... . .. welry ................ ........ Richards Plumbing and 154 154 Furnace Lo. .................. ........ 1 40 Ruiter Bros. ................... ........ 1 52 Sealed Power Corp. ........................ 117 Seryeall Garage ,........,....,...... 14S Service Station Equipment Co ...... 137 Sheldon tE. HJ Co. .................... 132 Shaw-Walker ..,.,.....,....................,..,. 137 Shepard Cleaners ............ ......., 1 53 Shugars "thi" Service ......... ........ 1 58 Smith tHubert 111.1 Meat ............,. 156 Soracool Barber Shop ..,...... ........ 1 44 Square Clothing Co. ........ ........ 1 26 Standard Pattern and Model Works , .....,,...................... 157 R. and S. Standard Service ........ 142 Startha tFrankl ............................. .100 State Cafe .,.,.,,.............,,.............,.... 146 Steenhagen's Foods .. ........ 100 Stevens Recreation .,.. ........ 1 58 Stock Yard Market .... ........ 1 12 Terry's ...... , .... ,........ . .. ....... .IIS Thomas Stores, Inc. ....... ..... . ..1-12 Victory Pattern Shop ...... .. 125 Vista Grill ....................... .. ...... 150 Voss Hard VVEITG ............ ....... . West Michigan Steel ...... ..... , .. Williams Sausage Co. .. Woodall's Drug Store ...... ........ 152 114 154 143 I MN Z., ' 1" , x, I.-' 'i-0 ' f' -, N 5-1:--H W . t If . "" .. - ff ' V. 1 AA-A f 'A i"'s,...,g.4, A, wnmwh ' I dg,..f-"MM , . . ... ,,., .W -I g I I V fr- . 5 x YW . , 1 . I ix - ,Zi , ,.,. ,G ...,, fl. 4-, 45:4 ak. Q 49 1 :V E E1 V ' E3 -"" ' vf E5 . . . . A Q I :' : Are you surprised: Do you think this ff? 41 V is an 1lX'Cl'Lll'1lWIl sialernent? XVell, you I 5 should not he surprised because Such lf' 'f :,:-:: lurniture :uluullr exists-here at this A UA uvll IVIII slore-zu nroderzue prices. There is no ii ,,::l, .IIAE 2 :Ai " bru. ' rnxslerx about il. XVe just lll2lliC it a ii' :':' Ig 5 J-'lffffi --"' point ol' pride to handle that kind of .ru lurnilureffurnilure with as much indi- I Iluv I ridusrlily as your clothing. 5 .:':' '- r Q 4 . . . . Q x. ft- Q l'1u us 21 Xlxll :und xou wlll discover that A 'iiiii ii':i:' ff-ff, ilu- lkrregoirrg is rr true SILIICIIICIII of 3 IWYAWMM lauls. Xxvlllli through the aisles of our store zu xour leisure and examine the ,V A new ollerirrgs just in from leading furni- iii .,,' lure li2lllUl'lL'S ol .-Xnrerica. You will find V . "'- E chin there is an lllLllYiQlll2llily about all -V J 4 ol' this liurrriture lhzu gives it 21 double I ' QQ charrn. 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MAGAZINES Sealed Power Corporation Muskegon Heights, Michigan X i CONGRATLIATIONS TO AN QUT-STANDING GRADUATING CLASS We are trying to establish a new style headquarters for DISTINCTIVE APPAREL You are either trying for further education or to fit yourself into the working world. TERRYAS Dlsflllifflfff iiljpiillfl '94 fifafme We Jfclfze QM WLM fgemenimn -118-- Our Congratulations To The Class Cf I945 bfi Campbell Wyant SI Cannon Foundry Co Muskegon, Michigan ES FOR MANY YEARS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATION CLASS Malvinfs IEQWLERY COMPANY HOUSE OF REGISTERED PERFECT 'TRLUEBIRD DIAMONDS" 1242 Peck St., Heights 'nz MMM QM QR 7he EWR-- -0- There's Color - Plenty fm glock mc! Wm? It isn't always neces- sary to employ a rainbow in order to produce a colorful advertising piece . . 4 , CATALOGS . HOUSE ORGANS . FACTORY FORMS DANA PRINTING CO. SANFORD AND HOLBROOK STREETS 2-121- ,,-.x , 1 , I s-,I Congratulations and our best Wishes to the Class of 1945 K, M Norge Division and Norge Nlilohine Products Division -122-- I Class of I945 May Happiness, Health and Success Attend You S.R. Parsons PYLE PATTERN MANUFACTURING COMPANY WOOD AND METAL PATTERNS Muskegon Heights, Michigan T123-G Good Luck to Graduates of I945 Compliments of LAWSON? BUDGET SHCDP Congratulations to the Class ot 1945 Make Yours one of Service and Good Will to your fellow citizen Um galil WMM QM Quan Snccedfi HARVEY I. NEDEAU REALTOR Phone 23-407 Jefferson at Webster -124- Wood and Metal Patterns VICTCRY PATTERN SHCDP Muskegon, Michigan THE BRORDWRY LUNCH James Coscarelli, Prop. Greater Musleegon's Most Popular Restaurant GOCD FCJOD IS GCDOD HEALTH Correct Time By Western Union And Scores Of Latest Sports Call Us 25-905 ' Oldest Restaurant On Broadway -125- Jr' .,- 'F - , ., . .1-" ,- Q-P ' . ft' .m"..Q-"" ,'-' .Q -"L ,..--'W -J,..c9'Q.:'j. . 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Manufacturers of Steel and Wood Office Equipment and Filing Supplies for 38 years Compliments of Radium Studio FINE PORTRAITS Phone 245-252 367 W. Western Ave. -130- PCRT CITY C. I. C. EXTENDS GREETINGS TC STUDENTS AND GRADUATES O F MUSKEGON HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL H1CIh P Ch B S Ch Gd V BIG F S IhF1 T I M T TdZ IT D Gb S A IkB T R 11S hGd SERVING 24,000 C.I.O. MEMBERS IN WESTERN MICHIGAN - 31- V -"' 1 S , Top: S, Sgt. Showers: VerHage, Slfcz Pvt. Mcrlcxvazos: Sgt. Werner: Pic. Kohlbeck. Bottom: Pic. Bilkcr: Fitzp t ' k' G, Berry S Zfcf Kirkpatrick S2fc Hendricks. CDNGRATULATICNS .And BEST WISHES to MQ CLA S GP 194 E. I-I. SHELDON .sf CQMPANY MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN -132- Congratulations to the Class of I945 if KEN B 0 0 N E STABLES 4. dig, H IN BUSINESS Fon FUN? QQ 4122, ff, xy 4, Q31 '96g,k'f5q 912-Q ft L65 'Z' is 2 'Ev 4374, One-halt Block From Summit On Henry Street BUS SERVICE TO CORNER PHONE 325-139 -133- 'EL '51, .,: if' Top Row -Apostolos, Miles, Bolcxs: Pvt. Showers: Pvt. 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Capt. W. Posvistak. Bottom-Pvt. K. McClury, Sgt. G. Wheeler, S Zfc I. Cole, S!Sgt. D. Johnson, Lt. G. Rudd. Um Smcme gm 'cam E Me cw C., 1945 You'11 find N a t i o n ally Famous Brands in Suits, Sportswear, Shirts, Ties, Hats, and Bathing Accessories, in our complete collections of Wear. GROSSMP-.N'S DEPARTMENT STORE -136- IAQ CLASS oil ms CONGRATULATIONS Anal BEST WISHES I I 1' 4' 4, .P SERV CE STATION EQUIPMENT COMPANY MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN 8000 ITEMS FOR THE OFFICE Are manufactured by Shaw-Walker-the largest exclusive maker of office furniture and filing equipment in the world. Each is designed to do a definite job of making office work move faster, to effect economies in office operations. The SOOO office tools are completely pictured, described and priced in the 492 page Shaw-Walker OFFICE GUIDE. "Built Like a Eg' Skyscraper" so-I JE SHAW-WALKER -137- me at M A.. .4 ,,,, ,..,. A ,E ., --av' pi x atfll v ,xt X, i ,.,. a.. JK , , Ae ,-., in 131. , - '- 'Nb- Ywllii . 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P - Mt' H V. . w ,it ,'k f 1 2, 55 fl ' z: ' , ., , .TZ 1: 4' 5' . . ,, .V t ' 11 S' 5? " ft A A Vfxfif f . , cf J- 13 'fj 41 'Y - ,, J :Vet X , '25 " . ' e ,. w fm - -' E fs? f' J 'E 'iii 'f We 1 wi A '54 1 -. f "- 2.1 , K Wil '--N ' I-.. 5, A . .A ' '-. j E ' 4',,. ,N 'X-f " 3: -1. 3 3 '-31:54-.if ..'X ,gs N, H 2 W.. ...A , K db 2 5 K , , ' Iii - P , 'Q W V W it 1- ras . , , ll Top-S Zfc D. Mathews. S Zfc R. Sovcxcool lst Lt. V. Hemphill, Ir., S llc R. Vcmderwest, Pvt. R. Cooper, Cpl. E. Pickel. Bottom-Pic. P. Schopkcr. M. lfc V. Schcpkcx Pvt. R. Schcxpka, Cpl. R. Swarvor, S lfc K. Ploughman. Pic. M. Kovcucik, Cpl. A Norton. COLLISIGN SERVICE 1-1eights Service Garage Lyman Brown, Proprietor Residence Phone 245-318 Lubrication . Washing . Repairing 1427 Peck Street Phone 32-268 -140- I I n 8. it-N2 4. Top Row' -ssM1 Gfc G. Gzym, Slfc I. Brunke. Slfc S. Wildiong. Pvt. F. McCormick, Cpl. D. Derby, Pic. M. Boyd. Bottom Rowff'S1!c R. Powers, Pvt. C. Kinsman, Pic. L. Scott, Plc. D. Knopf. S Zfc P. Knopf. Pvt. A. Faloney. P A T T E R S O N ' S GROCERY AND MARKET Quality Service 1638 Seventh Street Phone 32-348 Compliments of HEIGHTS SHOE REPAIR SHOP "The Home of GOOD Shoe Repairing" Gerrit Groeneveld, Prop. 169 W. Broadway a-4-ities:-P.. ' Compliments of ,,-..-, A. RNQ-5 xx- -nik 1 ,.,,. ew. .rs -1 ..,.,. K .-. .,... ri t.,. Quality Always Since 1881 EAT THOSE DELICIOUS SUNRISE PIES DENDRINOS 6. SONS R 6. S STANDARD SERVICE 1437 Peck Street Muskegon Heights Battery Service - Tire Service Standard Oil Company Products Venetian Blinds Draperies R . I . Q U I G L E Y 1039 Peck Street Phone 32-425 Carpets Shades HOSTESS HAMBURGS Where Courtesy Dwells and Service Excells Always Open Except Saturday 226 W. Clay Phone 22-O05 C. THOMAS STORES, INC. 22 E. Broadway Muskegon Heights W. R. IOHNSON DRUG STORE Phone 23-682 547 Peck Street Muskegon Hts., Mich. FRANCIS I IROCH CO. WHOLESALE Cigars, Candy, Tobacco Fountain Supplies 248 Market St. Since 1866 KAY'S FINE IEWELRY NEWEST AND FINEST IEWELRY STORE 1227 Peck St. Muskegon Heights X. fo Q , O wx xo O N ko obqo CJ from "Your Friends" - at the - PATTERSON PRESS bww A aur qro EAT -' VQQM li 2l 'U 2 4 "Let Dr. Pepper Pep Your Parties" Bottled by the DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. of Muskegon 1660 Seventh St. Phone 22-490 FRI-XNK'S like the high school trade and stock the ki.nd of clothing high school students like - F R A N K ' S 201 West Western Ave. The Rexcxll Store WOODALL'S DRUG STORE Phone 25-937 Peck Street - - Sherman Blvd. Muskegon Heights, Mich. -143- PLAYAT CURVECREST The Home of Clean Recrecr ion A WELL BALANCED HAIRCUT Gives you that well groomed look SOVACOOL BARBER SHOP 23 years in the largest shops 167 W. Broadway THE CLARK BOOT SHOP Michigan Theatre Building 411 W. Western Ave. Muskegon QUALITY ALUMINUM CASTING COMPANY Producers oi NONFERROUS METAL CASTINGS Best Wishes We, Alumni of M. H. H. S. Congratulate The Graduates of 1945 HARWOOD-NELSON Occidental Hotel Building Compliments of I-IOYT STREET FOOD STORE When You Think of Music-Think of BEERMAN'S MUSIC HOUSE One of Muskegon's Oldest Business Establishments-Est. 1882 Phone 22-273 884 First Street MERIT SHOE SHOP Shoes for the Entire Family AMERICAN BARBECUE A GOOD PLACE TO EAT Airline and Columbia Compliments of HEIGHTS SHEET METAL WORKS INDUSTRIAL SHEET METAL AND AIR CONDITIONING 1425 Peck St. Compliments of FEDERAL DEPARTMENT STORE Outlitters for the Home and the Entire Family KEEP BUYING WAR BONDS FOR VICTORY 213 W. Western Ave. A Pleasant Place to Trade B O E L K I N S SUPER MARKET We will help you Spend your Ration Stamps to your best Advantage 801 Mafiet Street Corner Barney Ave . J Q. . 1- 4:1 - ? ,- L Y. A4 I ' -,, 4' -v - -, ' I -Q - J... A' " .: -1 .-E J 1 3 1 ' A - f-'E - 1" 1 , .- - -1-Q .- - ,.: 1 G , q- , .g :. ,. , 5. . If - - V' - gg . H - ,.. -. f - -Q-1 V ff. V .. , . - ' :V 1- V H .V ' V , T. . 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V .1 J: .Vis f- - V - " w,-- .-V af-'Q .ga -:Ve-V-.'T f- 5 4 . -.. 'rl' ' -, Yf- ' P ,.-V.::- ai- 1 " Q 4' .-i J: . 1. -9, 1 3 '--H316 '5'f '71-".f ':..g-'-'fig .3 ' , V 115- n iw- 2,5 . RQ. . , -Ag. -.'- 5 , . g'5 I . '-eb.-.N-.. L,.,:,4v.',+ , ', .. Sq - jug - A V ii, . -W 1 --: . 1-V -5 -V - - V-v..4- -5 -. -.1.1'-Q E..-U . - A -1. -. fi wlfiv x. , Yr A E L .1 , . ,,. . f. ,-, -::'.ip,x5g. . . 1 . 1, . .. .. J, -J 1 ,Q -,,.,. .V .h 11 , I -, . ' 1. ,Vxfw .1 ' 2. ' .Cv-"qA' -. -5 ' '1f "F 1 1 s , V I 3 : l.. -,1V f 1356 , '5 I- fl -r.-.Lf ' f .fdg -1. Compliments of the AMERICAN COIL SPRING CO. COLUMBIA STUDIO Photographs of Distinction 206 west we-Siem city MUSKEGON SCREW WORKS. INC. Makers of better AUTOMATIC SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS FREDRICKS LUMBER COMPANY Behind the City Hall Muskegon Heights Phone 32-119 RICHARDS PLUMBING 6. FURNACE CO. One of Our Plumbing and Fumcxce Repair Trucks is in Your Neighborhood Every Day Opposite Court House 954 Pine St. Phone 25-846 LEO CHAMPAYNE BODY SHOP Auto Collision - - Radiator Repairing Frame and Axle Work Wrecker Service Phone 32-451 Airline at Peck St. Muskegon Heights Compliments of STATE CAFE Muskegon Heights 1237 Peck Street Phone 325-497 PIKE ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR SHOP Specializing in Rewinding Motors Generators and Armatures Phone 32-355 1021 Peck Street Muskegon Hts., Mich. THE NATIONAL LUMBERMAN'S BANK Muskegon's Oldest Bank Established 1859 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Compliments of CHINESE GARDENS - - - CHINESE AND - - - AMERICAN FOODS Wm. Chan, Prop. Compliments to the Class of '45 from HOSLER'S BUDGET SHOP 'A Little Bit Out of the Way. But It'11 Pay You To Walk" POLLY ANN PASTRY SHOP We Specialize in BREAD - ROLLS - CAKES AND PASTRY lust Like Home Made "BEST IN TOWN" Phone 22-276 529 Peck Street Muskegon Heights get it from F R I T Z the druqgist THE CAMERA SHOP Incorporated Photo Finishing Photo Supplies Portraits Muskegon Heights, Michigan Across from the Post Office STOKOL STOKERS MARTIN COAL CO. E D W A R D S Dependable Fuels L U M B E R Home Insulation CO M P A N Y Service Phone 22-243 Prescriptions HUGHES LADIES' BRUNDAGE CUT RATE DRUG STORE READY-TO-WEAR Drugs 281 West Western FOUNTAIN LUNCHES Corner Peck and Broadway Muskegon Heights Telephone 32-444 Compliments of SERVEALL GARAGE OFFICIAL AAA. GARAGE PECK PRODUCE MARKET "The Best Eggs Always" FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 1426 Peck Street Near Summit MULDER'S STANDARD SERVICE Appreciate Everyone's Business Airline and Getty Phone 26-986 Muskegon, Michigan DISTINCTIVE GIFTS - - Books - - - Gifts - - - Greeting Cards THE DANIELS CO. W E B U Y B U D D , S Your Wrecked Car , , Iewelers - Opticians W E S E L L The Store that only the usable parts for replacements -the rest goes into scrap for Uncle Sam's Armed Forces. If you have an old car hanging around do the patriotic thing-sell it to us AT ONCE! Highest Prices Paid Phone 32-243 BAKER AUTO PARTS 2390 Getty Confidence Built 227 Western Ave. Compliments of THE VISTA GRILL Re-Upholstering - Repairing - Refinishing MUSKEGON UPHOLSTER COMPANY 531 Peck St., Heights Phone 23-400 L. C. MONROE Coal cmd Coke Building Materials Phone 22-786 Wood and Nims Muskegon, Mich. MONA LAKE BODY SHOP Bumpinq - Painting Complete Pcrint Iobs R. 5 Mona Lake-1 mile S. Hts. Phone 328-155 Prop., William I. Veihl Best Wishes to the Class of 1945 Compliments of EMIL'S FOOD MARKET A QUALITY SERVICE STORE E C O N O M Y . . Quality, Service, Courtesy HARDWARE IsOurMotto Phone 32-O41 100 E. Hovey Ave. THE COMMERCIAL PRESS M I L K Claude Medernct, Proprietor "MASTER PRINTERS" Phone 264-244 1936 Peck Street Muskegon, Mich. Mgnkind's Favorite Food Buy it from the QUALITY DAIRY CO. Phone 32-196 MORTON Manufacturing Company Draw-Cut Machine Tools HALL ELECTRIC COMPANY EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL construction appliances repair Stewari-Wm-ner refrigerators and ranges Compliments of DION SERVICE STATION 6th and Broadway Muskegon Heights Phone 35-497 Best Wishes From MANNING, MAXWELL 81 MOOREJNC ig MUSKEGON MICHIGAN If if if snnm' sox cuss DIVISION vsmw Box snwmno CRANE Drvnslow lg M 2 LOAD urnn Hoxs'r oxvxsxor: .. aL'Dc.1'r HOIST Dlvlslorq "1""A" 'C BLDQXT rms: Y omsxox BLDC-IT mmm aroma DIVISION C. B. DAWES 6: SON Say It With Flowers Member of Florist Telegraph Association Phone 22-005 IEFFERSON FOOD CENTER 858 Iefferson St. Opposite City Hall Muskegon's Finest Down Town Food Store SPORTING GOODS PAINTS - GLASS V O S S H A R D W A R E Muskegon Heights, Michigan 543 Peck Street Telephone 25-460 After The Games "REMEMBER" E D D I E ' S C A F E 159 W. Broadway Muskegon Heights, Michigan NESSEN OIL 6. COAL CO. 927 Getty sr. At Nessenville Trailer and Cabin Camp Quality Plumbing 6. Heating R U I T E R B R O S . 909 Peck Street Phone 32-242 All The Latest Records and Albums Sheet Music Song Folios Teaching Books Musical Needs of All Kinds BEERMAN'S MUSIC HOUSE 884 First "First in Music" If your clothes are not becoming to you they should be coming to us Call BAXTER LAUNDERERS AND DRY CLEANERS Phone 22-672 LAKESHORE MACHINERY 8: SUPPLY CO. Machinery Mill Supplies Construction Equipment 400 W. Laketon Ave. MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN Phone 26-655 SHEPARD CLEANERS 87 W. Broadway Muskegon Heights. Michigan PORT CITY CANDY 6. TOBACCO COMPANY Wholesale Distributors Cigarettes - Candy - Tobacco - Cigars Fountain Supplies - Smokers Articles Drug Sundries - Paper Products Muskegon Heights, Michigan 1312 Maffett St. Phone 328278 Compliments of GOODYKE MUSIC HOUSE Pianos, Radios Band Instruments Records Sheet Music RADIO SERVICE 6355.-' Muskegon Heights, Michigan Telephone 32-967 125 W. Broadway Automatic Stokers REID-GRAFF COMPANY Plumbing, Ventilating, Heating 1417 Peck St. Phone 32-021 WILLIAMS SAUSAGE CO. Congratulations Class of 1945 CRYSTAL RECREATION Next to the Muskegon Heights City Hall BOWLING Bowl for Health KRAUSE'S Men's and Boys' Furnishings Your Grandfathefs Your Father's and Your Store In the Strand Building FISCHER COAL CO. 1957 Commerce St. Opposite Inter-State System DIAL 22-965 ROGER'S IEWELRY 326 Western Ave. Compliments R. B. SHOE REPAIR SHOP Iohn Beluzar 1037 Peck Street MUSKEGON TOOL AND DIE COMPANY Compliments of FRANK LOCKAGE'S The Men and Young Men's Shopping Center in Muskegon Heights Next to the Post Office Phone 34-309 1238 Peck St. I. S. ANDERSON Packing Company QUALITY MEATS A ,,, f ow., 19 - ' Us PARMELEE Your CREDIT IEWELER watches diamonds and jewelry Meet Your Friends a C A R L ' S GROCERIES and MEATS 53 Years on Broadway 1 E. Broadway UPERINTENDENT ll' If 11' if W. R. Booker We seniors gladly take this opportunity to commend those We think deserve praise in our yearbook. ln fact, it is just about the only chance We have to express our sincere feelings in this regard. Foremost on our long list of friends Whom We appreciate but seldom meet, personally, is Mr. William R. Booker, Superintendent of Schools. Working hand in hand with Mr. Booker are the members of the Board of Education. We feel as though We know them, too, just from looking at their pictures each year in this annual. All these men have gained our sincere appreciation and they deserve the respect and commenda- tion of the entire community for their earnest effort and understanding of our many problems. It is these men, directing the affairs of our schools, who have made it possible for our school days to be most profitable, and enjoyable. Compliments oi PEERLESS PLATING WORKS Phone 38-470 2554 S. Getty MUSKEGON HEIGHTS RECORD "A Newspaper Devoted to Community Progress" BAILEY SUPER MARKET Self-Serve CASH AND CARRY Groceries and Meats 273 E. Broadway Phone 33-434 OLIVE MAE BEAUTY SALON MACK FALONY'S BARBER SHOP Strand Building Phone 32-034 NOVAK'S MEAT MARKET Quality at Low Cost Phone 32-312 26 East Broadway, Heights Len. Novak, Prop. IOHN'S SUPER SERVICE Broadway cmd Sixth Streets PETERSON COAL COMPANY Kentucky Blue Gem Coal Phone 32-274 HUBERT H. SMITH MEAT PACKERS Congratulations Class of 1945 STANDARD PATTERN 6 MODEL WORKS Wood and Metal Patterns Muskegon Heights. Mich. B. F. GEORGE STORAGE 6: VAN COMPANY Phone 32-472 1208 Peck Street Muskegon Height NEISER'S WATCH SHOP Iewelry - Repairing COMPLIMENTS AND GOOD LUCK 125 W, Broadway ENTERPRISE BRASS WORKS Manufacturers of PLUMBERS BRASS GOODS BRASS BRONZE and ALUMINUM CASTINGS Muskegon, Mich. IUNIOR HIGH BARBER SHOP-BEAUTY PARLOR M. T. Uirnl Whittington Phone 32-320 1043 Peck Street Muskegon Heights GERST BARBER SHOP Corner Broadway and Sanford "KEEP 'EM FLYING" "The Best Food Values In Town" BLUHM BROS. I. G. A. Shop The Modern Way "Self-Serve" 7-9 W. Broadway Next To Heights Bank Meet Your Friends and Enjoy HOME COOKED MEALS AT THE IERSEY GRILL 885 First St. Muskegon, Michigan STOP AT NIBBLE-A-SCRIB-NIB FOR GOOD EATS Centrally Located 1954 Peck Street Ann Fortin, Prop. SHUGARS "66" SERVICE Hoyt and Broadway Lubrication, Washing and Greasing CONSUMERS DAIRY ICE CREAM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS Phone 32-257 Sixth at Broadway Compliments of STEVENS RECREATION GRADUATES You have Studied 14,250 hours You have now Prepared Yourself for a Great Future There are Big Iobs to be Done Your Country is Depending upon You You've Got What It Takes CONSUMERS POWER COMPANY Always - At Your Service - A11 Ways CENTRIFUGAL CASTING CO. QUALITY CASTINGS FOR OUR TOTAL VICTORY GO TO HANSEN'S DAIRY BAR For Ice Cream Sundaes Creamy Pineapple Sodas Delicious Chocolate Malteds Tasty Hamburgers G A S YOUR SILENT ECONOMICAL SERVANT YOUR GAS COMPANY Muskegon, Michigan FRANK STARIHA REALTOR GENERAL INSURANCE Phone 325-375 1417 Sanford St. Muskegon Heights HAHN DRUG Pills and Things The Store the Norge is across from Phone 32-245 Compliments of STEENHAGEN'S FOOD MARKET Quality Service Store Groceries and Meats Phone 32-051 131 E. Summit Ave. Congratulations to Class of 1945 CELIA'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 32-310 1317 Baker Street Muskegon Heights May success be with you the graduates of 1945 NORDSTROM DAIRY Hoyt and Broadway Phone 32-066 Bob Alexander Ed. Bleich Compliments of A. 6. B. WELDING CO. A11 types of arc and gas Welding and cutting l003 South Getty between Sherman and Hume Telephone 38-370 Muskegon, Mich. House Trailers and Cars Bought and Sold GEORGE'S AUTO SALES 1001 Getty St. Muskegon, Mich. Phone 32-009 LINDLAND COAL CO. Coal and Wood "The Best For Less" MLIEKEECIN HEIGHTS HIGH ECHUCIL PRESS I A -. . .-.- .Q . I I II ,..,II III, I I I. ' .MI--v .I,I flfgxg., m,'f:.VQf3fff,.. TI: If-IIII1. . A . h ,. .- - H: -I .f"v1..-.- . II- ,.--V - If: I--:Q II . -'-VV I. 'I-III.. ,- .,,. - ,,..... , I4-.-,.I.I . . is -. .er-fi .I ., III, ,II..I.IIIIIV IIII .II . 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University of Michigan University of Wisconsin World History IAMES V. COBB, A.B., M.A. Western Michigan College University oi Michigan English and History MISS MAXINE COBB, B. Sc. Western Michigan College of Education Physical Education GAYLE A. CHURCHILL, B. Sc. Central Michigan College of Education Music: Band, Orchestra, Choir, Glee Club A. M. COUBTRIGHT. B. Sc.. M.A. University of Michigan Columbia University Mechanical Drawing MISS VERA CUMMINGS, A.B., M.A Northwestern University Mathematics WILLIAM H. DINGLER Life Certificate Westem Michigan College of Education Woodwork and Mechanical Drawing MISS CATHRYN ERFFMEYER, B. Sc. North Central College Nebraska State University Foods and Cafeteria -16- MISS EVELYN FONDELL, B. Sc University oi Minnesota Gregg College Commercial Subjects EUGENE W. GILLASPY, A.B. Western Michigan College of Education Speech and Social Studies MISS NELLIE M. IOHNSON, B. Westem Michigan College of Education Art OSCAR E. IOHNSON, A.B. Westem Michigan College of Education American Government Athletic Director MRS. RUTH KILE, A.B., M.A. Adrian College University oi Michigan French and English C. F. KOEHN Westem Michigan College of Education United Typothetae School of Printing HERMAN A. KRUIZENGA, A.B., MA Hope College University oi Michigan MISS FLORENCE M. KURTZ, B. Sc University of Chicago Mathematics t 17 ... .......v.,.,.,f , FACULTY 1945 xy n hx .er , l sxst if I 4' f Y .1 Q- 'fx st.. I V .. A f 4.,, - DAVID R. MCKENZIE, A.B. Central Michigan College of Education History IANE MAHIN, A.B., M.A. Comell College State University of Iowa English MISS MINA MORRIS, B.S., M.A Iowa State College University of Nebraska Clothing W. E. MURRAY, A.B., M.A. University of Michigan English and Iournalism ELMER OIALA, B. Sc. Western Michigan College of Education Industrial Arts ROY A. PETERMAN, B.Sc., A.B. Western Michigan College of Education Commercial DORMAN POST, B. Sc., M.A., MS Westem Michigan College of Education Northwestern University Biology ELSIE PURCHASE, B. Sc. Michigan State Normal College Librarian ...18-. FA R. L. RAKESTRAW, A.B. DePauw University Chemistry and Physics KATHRYN F. REID, AB. Western Michigan College of Education IULIA A. BOYSE, 1-LB. Morningside College Speech JULIA A. SPRAGUE, A.B., M.A. Michigan State Normal College University of Michigan English KENNETH THORNLEY, I-LB., M. Sc. University of Michigan Michigan State Normal College Mathematics MHS. IOHN VANDERVELDE, I-LB. University College oi the Southwest Exeter, England University of Michigan Typewriting and Commercial Law IAMES W. VERDUIN, A.B.. M.A. Westem Michigan College oi Education University ol Wisconsin Social Science CULTY 19 45 A 2 i , I I. 4 -:"Y Q5 -, " -'mei Yr x"'c'Fi fx, 1 fn .F ,fs sg D "PX 1 , fri "4 V xgpi' ' Q grim ' ,sl-'23-552' ic, - . - 1. ' 'X ":y..'i i,'f'.' f- , - -nh, it : - f., fam-,A 3 +19-E . 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'-" -5 ' '5w't?1f+i f7'?"fifK f 77- 5 um or defy 45'-Eiggjj-gl 45: - ' .jc-EI5 ,fy i f L21-. Vai! SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 1945 ' z- President , Ioe Hegedus V1'z'e-president Cornell Winnick MQ" ,Q 6 -v""""' ,af Ns... ff , " 1 S0c'rCfc1J'y -Y X Helen Fredricks V - U1 'Qi ,X T1'euszn'er " W' lack Fortenbcxcher ,1-:h A ,iw Q ..:, 2. ' . ' 'G fs sig, gig , Sergealzf-at-arms ' Ieanne Wurtz ' ' 'sf ' 4. , " Iohn Tompkins xg... , 1 A. W. .,V- .Q . J . X A 1 " 1 ff ' .A , ' .fb -31. fr' I 'nm Q- IMP! if In f jj ,llllly I '11 Q r v. ' .,-, H ' S W Q -H i f i ' if .g y s - 11.520 +1 N, . ,1 pg , , hQLE5V llll ggi - :E i ,Q l kv -, lllll www 7:2 mg I T 'FJ Y-":"3'+'Gs.sE3'gd W- -22- SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE Garnet Emma Ackels, College Your life is what you make it. Dramatics 1: Girl Reserves 1, 2: Science 2. Mary Louise Alexander, General Pretty and sweet! ll"lmt zz conzbinotionf Intramural Sports l: Music Festival 1: Girl Reserves 1, Z, 3, 4: Booster 3, 4: Red Cross 1: Acom Staff 4: Oaks Staff 4. Viola Albeatrice Anderson, General School s rt good Hung, but ulzy 11111 a good Hung to death Intramural Sports 1. 2: Glee Club 1, 3: Mixed Chorus 2: Library 1: Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4. Iakie Wilson Andrew, General I nm ll quiet follow snn10fimcQ' Suzanne Appel, General ' Size knew if not, but sim was fwfr: and lilfc the moonlrerznz -was hor lmir. R Band 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4. Iunior Arbor Girl 3: Class Officer l. 3' Ruth lean Baker, College spvnfi lm! Iiftlr- Ill't'lJHIliS Il Ilvrlllilll. Charles Loy Bask1n, Ir., College ' I'd rutlzer study books, than zvnnzen. my 6 Varsity Football 4: Band 1, 2, 3: Music Festival l. Phillip Bruce Begley, College His jJCl'1JCfIlIIIgl'l.ll is sure to ruin. Varsity Football 4: Reserve Football 2, 3: Varsity Basketball 3, 4: Reserve Basketball 2: Track 3: Hi-Y 1, 2: French 4: Vice-Presi. dent 2. 3: Sgt.-at-arms 1: Student Council Member 1, 2, 3, 4. , Mtv --I--1 ' I .rl-5 ,lglw 1 - - I z 21 1 A. 'f f -N - 1 , it sq-57 .si Q V 3 of-isp , .'li'l 5- ' '- lldlgn--2 tl ' 41 J .sf g 1 QsLM:5 llll F ...r 493331 is lllll i ...,, 's.:s,.GN,12f ...2 3-. SENIORS- ff? 51 ,ip 'J . 520 'U SM .4 rv Q lllll' Q my qfgf' llil kim ' .5 'N . 'S 'vs 7 v-6.556 5 ,-ef CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE Margaret Elnora Bensinger, General V A really nice person to lfnofw. .- V 9 1 .P 1 l Iacqueline Ann Beth, College ly l There's Quitchery in. he-r bright blue eyes. , A Glee Club Z: Mixed Chorus Z: Music Festival 1: Girl Reserves , .iV,, 2, 3, 4: French Club 4: Acorn Staff 4: Oaks Stal! 4: Record X Itg - Editor 4. 'ft ,af " 4 .:s: nQcam.. 1 Elizabeth Rica Boelkins, College ' Doing easily -what others find rlfifficult is talent: doing what is 'iinpossible for talent -is genius. Orchestra 1, 2. 3: Concert 1: Senior Play 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves Officer 1, 3, 4: lunior Arbor Girl 3. 4 Gerald A. Bole, General A good disposition is more 'valuable than gold. Iulia Beverly Boyd, Commercial First she's here, then she's there. She's one that's welcome e1iery'1vl1,ere. ' Intramural Sports 1: Glee Club 1: Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Music Festival 1: Library 1: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Art 1. Billie Fay Brady, College A smile that fits her face and she wears it every clay. Intramural Sports Z: Glee Club l: Music Festival 1: Debate 3: Oratorical 2: Declarnation 3, 4: Iunior Play 3: Dramatics Club 3: Library Club Officer 3, 4: Girl Reserves 3, 4: Booster 4: Girl Scouts 3: French 4: Acorn Stall 4: Oaks Staff 4. Leland Waite Branch, General Come, fair ladies, I am, here! Baseball 2, 3, 4. Estel lean Brant, Commercial Best things come in little packages. Glee Club 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 1, 2: Music Festival 1: Library 1: , Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4. ' X.-f' 'lhhlili L' -24- SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE Barbara lean Brown, Commercial Girl Scouts l: Iunior Arbor Girl 3. Nettie Louise Brown, College She carries herself like a true lady. Entered from Lansing. Barbara lean Buchan, College dom. znzderneafh. Junior Arbor Girl 3: Oaks Staff 4. Ronald Clinton Burkhart, General 1 Samuel Edwin B bee General Varsity Basketball 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4. Iuanita M. Camp, General Laug7zin.y, clanc-ing, always gay. Virginia Earl Campbell, General but never bad. Glee Club 2: Acom Staff 4: Oaks Staff 4. Huth Gladys Carlson, General Through, her hair shines her true and willing spirit. 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Barbara Carter, Commercial Carefree, clcfue-r, friendly, flaring, all that befi Richard Carl Caughey, General Why should life all labor be. Marilou Madelyn Champion, College The only way to llffl'U6 a friend is to be one. Entered from Detroit. Rita Flora Cha in General fs a woman. P I A little shy, perlzaps, lint never too shy to be friendly. Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: French 4: Oaks Staff 4. Mary Frances Chvala, Commercial These quiet people will sicrprise as some day. Doris Adelaide Coffman, Commercial If I oanizof find fL way I will make one. Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Music Festival 1, 2: Conceris 1, 2, 3: Girl Re- serves 3, 4: Booster 4: Iunior Arbor Girl 3. Iulian S. Cole, Ir. A '7I1fl7l,S ,first duly is fo his country. Football. A member of the Senior Class until he e U. S. Navy. Shirley Louise Cole, Commercial Her smiles are as nzimeroiis as her curls. Orchestra 3, 4: Band 1, 2: Girl Reserves 3: Iunior nlisted in the Arbor Girl 3. X W Dv' ,fffv " faire - if El six , film, . Ziha N he 1 Q 4 K. llx.. A293 i, 1 .. li-W 'ls nfmllr 45 sw ',, in v 1 ' 'G-:e,,,,,ie' 'llllll ...26.. SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE l l 1 Paul G. Cook, College H-is only lClbO'7' is fo kill time. - Track 3: Baseball 1: Intramural Sports 1. Q7 Viola Ruth Cook, General If isnlt my fault if I blzrslz. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Cheer Leader 3: Acorn Staff 4: Oaks Stall 4. Louis Leslie Coon, College He has dom' the 14'0rl.' of iz true mrnz. Thelma Rider Corning, Commercial Happy am I, from care I'nz. free. Girl Reserves 1, Z. Yolande Irene Courtright, College Quief!-u'0'l'e lrcurcl llmt om' bl'f0'I'0.' Orchestra l. Z, 3. 4: Music Festival 1: Concerts 1. 2, 3. 4: A Capella Choir 4: Iunior Arbor Girl 3: Acom Staff 45 Oaks Staff 4. v Thomas Arthur Damm, College He loads thvm all n nzerry 1-lmse-flze gang, tlze teaclzvrs, nncl the girls. Declamation 3: Iunior Play 3: Senior Play 4: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. Marian Bertha Danker, College The guide of life is common 867186. X, Girl Reserves 2. 3, 4. Iean Marie Darke, College Love is so different with a woman. Girl Reserves 4: French 4. J l " 'llllll ,M -27- , 1 Ji! l ,ww , 136' 'ref' ia , ,,lllll'l I u ' F- Q 'E Zigi r MF . i 61 5. 51 f'l.e,qQ 'W I, . A1 4'-Qiikgl' llll 'LQ '-W www 03 ":'5'6f:ve.:-2-T-TJ SENIORS- i ! 4 O I 1 I 'bf CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE Virginia Ioyce DeBruin, College A clzeevrfzll smile 'makes lots of friends. Band 1, 2: Ar! l: French 4: Acom Staff 4: Oaks Staff 4. Albert Leroy Deater, General He 'is always cheerful and never blueg some people are that way, but only cz, few. Track 3: Art Staff 4. Doris Mae DeG1opper, General Her C0'lZ'U6'7'Sfll1'07l, is brief mul she is silent and helpful. Donna Lucille DeGlopper, General She is to be tzwsted, who can remain silent. Phyllis Genevieve Derby, General Not so quiet as one would tlzinlf. Arlene Mae Deitz, College I Zire tlze life I love. Ella Louise DeWitt, General Wozzlcllft it be dull 'IUlllL01llf Izefr- Robert William Derby, General U'l1y study when I can find something better to do? ff pal, 'LI' g1.'!g ff? ,A - '- r f" 2331559 Mini: A ' li X i Www y lan' c.f9?3H 449 Nemmle lllll -23- aff .,. ' X x 1-1.3 4. Q " X 19 llllll SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE Theresa Anna Dorner, General Acom Stall 4: Oaks Staff 4. Beverlee Anne Duclzik, Commercial Girl Reserves 1: Cheer Leader 1. Magdalene Egyed, Commercial School! I suppose it is cz necessary evil. Glee Club 1: Senior Play 1, Booster 1. Marilyn Mae Emerson, Commercial Majorette 3, 4. il. . George Ronald Emig, College .- I Tall, tan and terrific. y Hi-Y 3. Gloria Anna Farnquist, Commercial This world belongs to the energetic. r Veronica Helen Fekete, Commercial Fritz Kreisler plays a violin, fool 1, 2: Iunior Arbor Girl 3. 1 Mary Elizabeth Fletcher, General Her crowning glory is her brilliant hair. Oaks Staff 4. n nun- x ' Wliili' 12 Q.. Glee Club 1: Music Festival 1: Iunior Arbor Girl 3. Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4: Music Festival 1: Concerts 1: An artist to be a success, must have seclusion. A cheering frie-nfl, a iuilling zcorlfer, Cl joy forever. Old King Cole, he called for his fiddle, he called for - - 'mel ' Varsity Football 4: Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4: Tennis 2, 3: Girl Reserves A-:fav , ,,ulll,' . g n rc- C El l V -ii, 9 6,526 WI L, , 41 HQ LQ? llll as - H+ 'S Q use Q ?'9 M":'6'S2'vs.5-E5z'J SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY FIVE Carl Raymond Goulet, College Along the road of success he will go far. Varsity Basketball 4: Reserves 3. Richard Leonard Grillo, General Dont take life so seriously-you can newer get out of 'it olive. Oaks Stall 4: Acorn Staff 4: Mixed Chorus 3: Hi-Y 2. 1 i t xe- , f,. 9 sf? xr 'VB ,FF lil A 'Wil E . 6 il Q? 5. ur Msg. ve 6 665.5 5 ,-32" W1ll1am Gzyrn, General Hold the fort! I am coming. Donna lean Haiker, General I'll make one famous by my art. R1chard Edward Hall, General The only thing ivrong 'zoitli school, there firen't enonglz girls. Glee Club 1. Ieanette B1rd1e Harris, Commerclal Ability is 'nothing more than willingness to learn. Intramural Sports 2: Booster 1, Iunior Arbor Girl 3. Donald Lew Hastings, General Ah, Romeo, iolwrefore nrt thou, Romeo? Iunior Play 3: Senior Play 4: Dramatics 3: Band 1, 2, 3. Richard Charles Hedges, College A lad who will make the most of his opportunities. Hi-Y 1, Z. 3, 4: Hi-Y Older Boys' Conierence: Choir: Debate: Mixed Chorus: Orcxtorical Declamation: Dramatics. 4 llllll "':, ,. 'ian diem' li' 'lllllk .-SO.. SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE Iack Harold Ford, College He blushesq all is safe. Track 3: Intramural Sports 1. Edward Iohn Fortenbacher, College With wit and song, I'll get along. Reserves Football 3: Orchestra 2: Band 1, 2: Concerts 2: Hi-Y 1, 2: 1 Secretary 2, 4. William Harrison Fowler, General You fu'an.t to know who won the fourtll game in the third season?-clslf Bill, our star reporter. Oaks and Acom Staff 4: Intramural 1. Norma Ellen Fredericks, Commercial Sweet, rlffruvfirv, kind uf grave-t. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Music Festival 1: Girl Re- serves 3. Helen Gene Fredricks, College She has both beauty and brains. Mixed Chorus 2: Music Festival 1: Declamation 3: Iunior Play 35 Senior Play 4: Dramatics 3: Girl Reserves 1. 2, 3, 4: Secretary 3: President 4: French Club 4: Secretary 4: Secretary of Class 4. Douglas Brainard Garvey, College I sfnnrl on fhe brink of fl gf-our vnrver. ll'1'lI someone push me off! Varsity Football 3, 4: Reserve Football 1, 2: Track 3, 4: Base- ball l, Z: Band 1. Mary Leona Geneaux, College Her dark eyes tell the truflz. Robert Charles Gerst, College Oh-.' Boys! The times 1'1'e seen! Iunior Play 3: Senior Play 4. n nnnu ' l 'IJ ln' ll lllll N- -31.. fg 5 ' Q 'lllll' ,rdf "' I , l 5' 'i 5 ,I rl ,1 ,Zi ., . I 'I ' 'll 529 nl . 'HQ L35 llll We s ws x We 'S we - f mass- -53.5 SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE Irene Marion Hegedus, General Hara? fun while your alive bcwause yo1t'll be rlcafl a, long " M time. 4 ' L, rt Q Oaks, Acorn 4. 1 Ioseph Andrew Hegedus, College Ah yes, these ,football heroes! Varsity Football 3, 4: Reserve Football 1, 2: Varsity Basketball 3, 4: Reserve Basketball 1, 2: Track 2, 3: Athletic Board 4: All- State Football 4: Hi-Y 1, 2: President 3, 4: President 1: Secs retary 2, Irene Bernice Hislop, College Commercial , Ever laughing, talking, smiling 'many happy hours be- W A gailing. Intramural Sports 1, Z, 3, 4: Athletic Board 4: Orchestra 1, Glee Club l, Music Festival 1: Booster Club 3, 4. ' Thomas Ray Hoekenga, College I Getting some frm out of life. ' l l l I E V Willard Peter Hoekenga, College .gi V Youth co'm0s but onve in a life time, so I'll use it while l , V I may. l I ,o .M 1 ' Reserve Football 3: Track 2: Band 1, 2: Music Festival l: Con- ! fifth? . ,ix certs 2: Hi-Y Sgt.-at-Arms 3, 4: Hi'Y l ,2, 3, 4: French Treasurer 4. I , ...,., ,, , 75? ' Ann Homak, Commercial ' ,..- .,'- 3 ,K The word H1lHl1J0SS1'blCn is not in my rlictiomrry. : -A i g, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Booster Club l, Iunior Arbor Girl 3. . 5 . Mary lane Hornyak, Commercial A smile goes a long way. Allen William Hughes, General A talkative lad, .ffv E , l 14 ff it lea ,P lllll' 7 lv . lllIl K I -V it 7, ' - l in 'rp in ' l v F ' fwrwmugf 'llllll -32- SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE , V . F W , . ..,. Www " vf"' ' . Mary Faye Hughes, General , ....eZ , . A jolly girl, chuck full of fzmg Slze's always nice to e11e1'yon,e. ., .. '1 1 -N Athletic Board 1: Glee Club 1: Senior Play 4: Girl Reserves l, Q Nl 2. 3: Acorn Stall 4: Oaks 4: Student Council 4. tl cr Q 1 f " Kr' we Q11 5' . , as ' S Q X tw ,it , .if -S X :W ' lil' rss 9 Q' U ' 1 KA 'S 1 6 ill Nt N I NM ig M59 X -f-.,.f . ' "vf7ff5i M 5 L ..l Qi ,jf 3, if Wx as " Q 4. ,cg William Edward Hulka, College A L 1 'lL'0Illfl live the same I1'-fo over if I had to l1"l'e again. 'X J i ' if' Glee Club 1, Z: Music Festival 1: Concerts 4: A Capella Choir 4: ,.., ' f 3-2, Iunior Play 3: Student Council Vice-President 1. A 0 Wu, I N Q " 1 Maxine Mane Hulsebos, Commercial X ' X A horsef a horsef my li'1'l1d07?Z for cz, horse! 2 'll William Alexander Hume, College ' - fl , Good-ha111o1' teaclzos charms to last: still makes 'new con- quests, and lIlfl1.lZfllll1S the past. 1 Hi-Y 1, 2: Reserve Basketball 2: Tennis 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1. L. mu... , l i I Bert Field Hunter, General 1 i Men of few ll.'0'l'flS are often the best 111011. 4 Reserve Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Extemporaneous 1, 2: I Science 1, 2, 3, 4: President 1: Vice-President 1. 1 Caroline Delores lensen, General .-l good sport on all 0!'CIlSl0llS. Band 1: Glee Club 1: Concert 1: Majorette 3, 4: Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4: Girl Scouts l. ., ,WL ,. Agnes Louise Iett, Commercial She does her part with a willing heart. Glee Club l. Duane Steffen Iohnson, College Be wisely zvorlrlly, but not worlflly ivise. .1 7 I My ,lllll' . I l sr' ,yllllllq in-f 1 ,, We 11 is 1 g'-avg .,-:5,. 1 I A , X--if '-..i. -' W l"la?:xi4' C msec- 3 h'516-seems?" -33- SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE Nellie I. Iohnson, College An ounce of cheerfulness is 'worth a pound of sadness. Burton Eugene Iones, General Ah! For the lone of her. W Q X H A' 1: Clarence E. Kinsman Q A Here's a man loyal to friends and country. g , Football, baseball. A member of the Senior Class until he en- lgx. listed in the U. S. Army. Irene Ann Kitchka, Commercial Let all things be done decently and in order. Athletic Board 2. Iohn Robert Knopf, College He makes the best of opportunities. Orchestra 2, 3: Color Guard 4: Band 1. 2: A Capella Choir 4 Debate 3. Audrey Mae Kohlbeck, General A girl of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows. Virginia Lorralne Koonsrnan, Commercial Whatever else you are in life-be agreeable like I. Majorette 3, 4. Ann Theresa lean Koteles, Commercial Shels quiet and small, clainty anrl charming. Intramural Sporis 1: Glee Club 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 2: Music Festival 1: Library 1: Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4: Floral Arbor Girl 3. ,iffy iml, 53" lvl! . Q2 .Qf'i.-IQ, 1- E ll V. SG ' 63359 lug, 1 - A ' lf 'As A x t . Lwww ,hrs ah. mggmblll llIll I J ":6w6..:,,v,65z-9 .- ...34- SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE Maxine Ienny Kovarcik, General lVhat.' No boys in heaven? Then just leave Oaks. Acom 4. Helen Ann Kristofetz, College Golden qualities and lasting friendships. Oaks. Acorn 4. Doris Claire Krueger, General Take life too seriously, and what is it worth? Intramural Sports 2, 3. Mary Kuenzie, College Her dinlplecl smile is always worth zvlzile. Dramatics Club 3. ,, . , ,' , - 1 Tamara Kunash, Commercial A gentle rnaiflen, yet she knows her way. Intramural 2. 3. Q ft - - Alta May LaFlame, General me here. Majorette 3. 4: Girl Reserves l. 2, 3: French Club 2, 3, 4: A -1?-' A merry heart nzalreth u happy countenance. Orchestra 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 4: Concerts 2, 3, 4. Iacqueline Audrey Larabee, College It is said that you only live once. Arleen Mae Latten, General Life is a jest, and all things show it, I tho: and now I know it. Intramural 1, 2: Booster Club 1: Oaks Stall 4. Glee Club 3: Mixed Chorus 3: A Capella Choir 3. 4. cght so once ,. .... , .,' 1. -5 ,L FFP' Ah - v 1 I' 'llllll -354 3 1:-E: N.. 1-5 x s I xiii!!- .- Eg ' N PW L -Ill 4 r fl' 5331: l me , . ak X w 1 , x H ,W kr 9 YN '49 - 4' "6-6,-,. ,.- 5 ,-53" THE LIBERTY BELL Celebrated in our school books as the first bell to ring in jubilation over the adoption of the Declaration of In- dependence, July 4, 1776, the "Liberty Bell" now reposes in the hallway of the Old State House, Philadelphia. On each anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, the bell was rung, until 1835 when it cracked. Throughout America today, the Liberty Bell has a silent, but deep and lasting authority. It is a symbol of Freedom from Op- pression and has an immortal significance for all loyal citizens. In a word, the Bell is politically sacred. It is a part of the tradition which has made this nation the greatest in the world. THE STATUE OF LIBERTY Presented by France to America in commemoration of the centenary of American Independence, the famed Statue of Liberty stands on Bedloe's Island, New York Bay, a symbol of freedom and friendliness to all the world. It stands, "not like the brazen giant of Greek fame, with conquering limbs astride from land to land,"-but rather like a Mother to the oppressed, the exiled, and the . poor-indeed, a "New Colossus." Designed by Frederick Auguste Bartholdi, the Statue was completed in Paris in 1883. It required the aid of 60 men working for nearly 10 years to finish the huge monu- ment. It was built in a hug M. Eiffel lof Eiffel tower e iron workshop designed by fameb, and various sections were shipped across the ocean in a man-of-war. I t weighs more than 100 tons, is made of iron and copper, towers 151 feet above the harbor, about .S600,000. and cost the French people FRIEZE. BY THORWALDSEN Beautiful in conception and impressive in execution, the friezes depicted in the front and back of this volume of The Oaks are sketches drawn by Harry Tanner and Esther Miner, art students. The original of the friezes now fat least before World War IIJ reposes in Copenhagen, Denmark. Titled "The Triumphal Entry of Alexander into Baby- lon", the frieze was created by the sculptor Thorwaldsen in honor of Napoleon's visit to Rome in 1812. The first portion symbolizes the quiet, peaceful life of the people of Babylon-the camel in the market place, the fisherman on the river bank, the shepherd with his sheep. Upon hearing of the approach of Alexander, the people, led by their conquered general, Mazaeus, hasten to meet him with gifts of horses and wild animals. The whole procession is preceded by the Genius of Peace bearing an olive branch. Then Alexander appears in his chariot driven by a Winged Victory. A host of footsoldiers and horsemen follow Alexander who stands looking back at them over his shoulder. SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN F x . it iss . 'ifiiafi'szff ig-,,:.. ., V. .4 -N . X 4. -1 5 3 QQ 1 S Y 'X .l NX . 7? 'lr' 9.5.5 : Q, I Nag 4., . - :W hh LQ., kim uv 'Rr A 1, A - . 'E' 13? ? ight gy '-mga Gloria M. Lehan, Commercial A cheering friend, ai willing lvorker, a joy forever. Intramural 1, Z. 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Music Festival 1, Z: Library Club 1: Booster Club 4. Thomas Edward LeMieux, College I have an eye for blo-nds, or even red heads. Varsity Football 3, 4: Reserve Football 2: Varsity Basketball 4: Reserve Basketball 2. Ruth Altheda Leicher, Commercial I can be serious but I'd miller be guy. Barbara lean Loberg, College Slze's not fl, flower, slze's not Cl pearl, slze's just an all- 'roznicl girl. Glee Club 2: Mixed Chorus 2: Selective Chorus l: Music Festival l: Iunior Play 3: Senior Play 4: Dramatics Class 3: Girl Reserves 2. 3: French Club 4: Acom Staff 4: Oaks Staff 4. Marion Arlene Loftis, Commercial Since silence is wisdom: I am silent. Marva lean Long, General Happy-go-lucky, fair, and free! Nothing exists that bothers me! Glee Club l: Dramatics Club 4: Girl Reserves l, 2. 3, 4: Girl Scouts 1. JoAnn Karleen Loomis. College Sweet of 'l7lCli7l7'L6'7' mzcl fair of face, nncl all full of grace. Girl Reserves 4: French Club 4: Oaks Staff 4. her ways are Eileen Lucille Lorenz, General ORTY-FIVE 'Q' l l i Truly an athletic girl. - ..q,:,,i4-xi! Glee Club 1, 2: cheer Leader 3. 4: Acorn staff 4. AK Q. Q if ifflfv lg!! 57, I "Q- I, M . I Emi . ,IIIII1 . IQ, 3 . If -1 ' 4 . W , 'l ,' am X i 1' 'l I -ZX 5' 4' L ix. -'- '. if ' il V 'ff 4' 'nil A . I-'mln -L .ni ll ' i,.,Mq5e lllll ,Q -35- SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE Arlene Marjorie Lundberg, College I would live to study, and study to live. Girl Reserves 3, 4: Booster Club 1, 3, 4: French Club 4: Iunior Arbor Girl 3: Class Secretary 2. 3: Student Council Secretary 4. Donald Earl Lynn, General You can't keep a good man down. Ronald Beryl Lynn, General 'That I'm zz 171071, I'lI have you know, though I have some space to grow. Marian Hose Lysiak, College She has two speeds, stop and go. Susan Mary Manak, College Paris faslzions, here I come. Girl Reserves 1, Z. its William Austin Mathews, General u? ' I Our' who rzvver furnerl his buck but DlflI'Cllt'CI forzcwrd. Varsity Football 3. 4: Reserve Football Z: Varsity Basketball 2. 3, 4: Baseball 2. 3: All-State Football 3, 4: All-Conlerence Foot- ball 3. 4. Harry Ludwig Mattson, General Now fo become famous and the world is mine. Marjorie Mae Mattson, Commercial Her smile erzclzunts those who look upon her. . .-.. 1 gy'u-1.153 4 H lhillilil l ...3'7... t ""'s. R6 .qv 79' 'hr i I k.lt'?Y3, - W . - a. fhtgh . --.mr -1 r Q ig 1 5 X K N . .N ,Q F' " .',f,: - :gf t -L , 1 401: 4 S f ,..v t' Ls. ,f -f f -: it H -3 F 15325 - fu ,lllll 'fm' Q I I - I 5, I I I vu x , 1, . r67'7:f1, hh H tl? if l 1' i ,Q Q55 llll 1 r .4 . ww 56 5 - 9 mf"-4-:stems-2-1' SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE Ednamay Mazorie, College .lloclest and simple and sweet. The 'very type of Priscilla. Intramural Sports 1: Glee Club l: Music Festival 1: Dramatics 3: Girl Reserves 4. lack Dale McClellan, General .-l little nmzsense now und then is 'relislzefl lay the 'wisest men. Thomas Clifford McClure, College ..-l mrnz. with nu lmnesf yfuee, lint fl tell tale lzvrrrf. Varsity Football 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Iunior Play 3: Hi-Y 3: Art Club 3. 4: Sgtfat-arms 3. fic Robert Wesley McKay, Ir., General The best man has the lust word. Iunior Play 3: Dramatics Club 3. Paul Martin Minarovic, Commercial Why study? The 'more we study, the more there is to forget. Varsity Basketball 4: Reserve Basketball 3: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y l. Colleen Deloris Mohr, General She seems quiet-but still ivaters usually Tun deep. L1 V ,... , sift - Patricia Ann Montgomery, Commercial 2 A clazeghter of the gods, clivinely tall, mul most dz'1'inely C' , N- 1 ffzi r. ' 3 'WX i Orchestra 1: Glee Club 1: Oaks Stall 4. ' fs' 4 "" N - .. -Q . Lorraine Mae Moore, College -f 5 A live 'wire never gets stepped 071. f t Declamation 3: Senior Play 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Iunior Arbor Girl 3. l Mtv ,ff lllll" I, I .lim It ,Q Ow n -H - ' ' - ., -. . .. i P ai . C5155 nn . x-:ww mmm: I. "W-s.s..M.,z.e hllllll -33- in yn nl llllll I X SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE l Ioseph Eugene Moran, College A likeable chap with likeable ways. Glee Club l. lames Henry Morton, College l'VO771,G?l adore him, 'men respect him, and everyone likes him. Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Sports 1: Athletic Board 4: Oratory 1: H1-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. Thomas Harry Morton, College The iuorlcl knows little of its greatest men. Reserve Basketball 2: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Sports 1: Hi-Y l, 2. 3, 4: Student Council Treasurer 1. Chester Gale Nienhuis, College He surprises us every now and then. Reserve Basketball 2: Tennis 2: Band l, 2: Iunior Play 3. Burt H. Oelker, College I feel 'relzevetl at last: for my work days are past. Declamation 2: Iunior Play 3: Acom Staff 4. Clarence Allen Ostgarden, General Ladies prefer blonds. Roberta lean Otten, General From her 'l7ICl'?l'I1,6V, sir, she is of noble birth. Glee- Club 2: Declamation 2. Cora Ieanette Overeem, Commercial Ifbusiness 'i11.te1'fers with plea,s1n'e, cut out business. P 5 l if . s . uT,,,, . gigs I xl Studs , Y at ,. s r QA S X 0 'ml' 5 . YM? A .wt 5. vim Q , - - 2-rwafp : be 52 , ., 1 x -r 'fri' .is ts, , gzlfgr 11 E .gt mm li' 1 - " l 1 ' f if 73,3 'wr l lllll' 1 'Q' .-.: :Flap , we is B! to :Q we l Q'-it w .au 1 -5 tl lui 'llniallf 5, I H1 I ' A I- lv Q59 llll ' lllll Q JJ if HL -' t 5 hr hh. All www Q '12, 1 lllll vtkfcssssy l -39- -CLASS OF NINETEEN i i SENIORS , Helen Elizabeth Parmenter, College Always a friend to those who know her. Music Festival 1. lane Beatrice Pascoe, General Intramural Sports 1, 2. Gabriel Stephen Pehr, General To zvorry about the future is fn be mzhrzppy today. Tennis 1, 2, 3: Baseball 4. Doris Iane Pelfresne, General .-1 it ounce of mirth is 'worth cz: pound of sorrow. Acorn Staff 4: Oaks Staff 4. Mary Helyn Perkins, General To be 'merry best becomes her. Intramural Sports Z: Glee Club 1, 2: Music Festival serves 4: Girl Scouts 3: Acorn Staff 4: Oaks Staff 4. A , Raymond Andrew Plouhar, General Success comes in cans, failures in emits. D X . li. fb' ' -f , , fs ,. J, -...M-v me if , , . f ' ' 5215. f ,, ,.., infix. V Hjgfz-.-: .- -V .4 ' sf' tm , - .wi ,, ., , ,.zr.,.1, "'f' PH" .,1'1".. Q' I, 4 'tu .. V HJ" . Rose Marie Plumhofi, College I agree with :no 'mmfs opinion, I hfwe some of my own. Band 1: Concerts 1: Oaks Stall 4. Iohn Ioe Polanyi, College Need re gay funloving lad? Call on Johmzy. Reserve Basketball 2: Baseball 2, 3. All women, of the world crave exvitenienf, and Pm a woman. 1: Girl Re- Varsity Football 3. 4: Reserve Football 2: Varsity Basketball 3, 4: FORTY-FIVE 30" fftv 3 ,ff 'lan' gi' - flies I. In FE 4 ,llully t ff "' 4 'lt 1 l ,ll V 'Rivet' nn ' 1 ft . -9- I kv ., fl A. lllll ' "ww 5 3 -35' 139333 1- J' "'-R-swag:-1' lllll ,ttt W -40- SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE Mildred Frances Praskac, College Neat not ganrly: kind and 'wise is she. Dramatics Club 3. fff' 'Kawai Kenneth Merrill Pringle, General .-lrnlzition has no rest. xxyf Neil Levear Punches, College You cczn't lzolcl anything rfgrfinst ll znczn if he flocsn't say rrnyflzing. Iosephine Ann Reid, College Jolly nnrl r'arf'frec, fl friend in all. Intramural Sports l. 2: Girl Reserves 3, 4: Booster Club l, 4: French Club 4: Iunior Arbor Girl 3. Alvera Alice Reiser, General One smile leads to rznotlzer, one friend to flllUflZGI' friend so I travel rllong with a ,friend and rr smile. Library Club 2: Girl Reserves 1: Acom Staff 4: Oaks Staff 4. Harry William Robinson, College His thoughts have fl high aim. Color Guard 3, 4: Debate 3: Orcrtory 2: Iunior Play 3: Cheer Leader 3: Oaks Advertising Staff 4. Marilyn lean Rosenberg, College A frown exerts ri 'million rnnscles, ri smile only one-'why orerworlf? Glee Club 1: Music Festival 1: Dramatics Club 3: Acorn Stall 4: Oaks Staff 4. Helen Ruiter, College Hvre's to Helen,-ri -real friend, doing all things well. Iunior Play 3: Booster Club 1, 3, 4: Club Oificer 1, 3: French Club 4: Iunior Arbor Girl 3: Student Council 4. llIll l' 1- 'rift WN sq, , -1 'lbhfl' ,. 29 gi, .gi e V K-gi. ff, ' 'Y . '. rm sl F l il use A' ll ' xml-+ we lllll M 'ssalwgef -41- SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY FIVE Charles James Russell, College His lzelping hand is always exfeizrled. Iohn Savickas, General Why hurry, my clay fivill come. Class President 2. Geraldine Mavis Schatz, College True frieiids are like pearls, 1H'6t'lO'1lS and 1 Varsity Football 3, 4: Reserve Basketball 1, 2: Band 2: Oratory 3 K I' 'fl TC . Glee Club 1, 2: Music Festival l: Library Club l: Booster Club 3, 4: Club Officer 4: Iunior Arbor Girl 3: Acorn Staff 4: Oaks Stall 4. Arnold Paul Schrebe, General Come ye gentlemen, gather roimfl. l i l Betty lane Scott, General 1 Gentle but shy, and a true friend to all that know her. 1 Glee Club l. Leta Irene Scott, College A girl with a maizuner of her own. Science Club 1: lunior Arbor Girl 3. Marie Carolin Sekeres, Commercial Wliafevvr 'is worflz doing at all is worth do Glee Club l, 2: Music Festival 1, 2. 1 'ov Donald Raymond Shaffer, General Life is short, so lef's be gay while we may. ,pwvif wg X , I- 4 . 22- r r f i A - is +- f?1iz3'1- rv. -l -ll l K-kw mgmu rs:s,,M,se 'llllll ,M -42- Intramural Sports 1: Glee Club 1, Z: Mixed Chorus 2: Music Festival 1: Library Club 1: Girl Reserves l, 2: Booster Club l, 4: ing we Q IIIIIA SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE Teryl Wanda Shaw, College Modest, denture, yet full of fun. Intramural Sports 1: Orchestra 1, Z: Music Festival 1: Oratory 3: Extemporaneous 4: Booster Club 3, 4: Club Officer 4: Iunior Arbor Girl 3: Acorn Staif 4: Oaks Staff 4. Mildred Eileen Shugars, General Her way is fl clear one. Drum Majorette 2. 3. 4: Glee Club l, Z: Mixed Chorus 1, 4: Selective Chorus 2, 3, 4: Music Festival l: A Capella Choir 3, 4. Rose Mane Simoncik, Commercial You can tell her by the noise shc doesnft nmlfe. Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3: Acom Stall 4: Oaks Stat! 4. Shirley lean Slentz, College I would be true, for there are those who trust me. Orchestra 1. 3. 4: Music Festical 1: Concerts l: Dramatics Club 3: Library Club 2: Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4: Club Officer 1, 4: Iunior Arbor Girl 3. Ernest Smith, Ir., General Lessons cIon't bother nze: neither do girls. Frank Ioseph Sohasky, General A man, among men-but mostly young women. Varsity Football 3, 4. Iames Henry Stegeman, College We know he is born for success. Varsity Football 3, 4: Reserve Football 2: Varsity Basketball 3, 4: Reserve Basketball Z: Tennis 3, 4: Band 1, 2: Glee Club 2: Music Festival 1: Concerts 2: Declamation 2: Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 3: Club Officer 2. 3: Class President 2: Student Council President 1, 4. Intramural Sports 1, 2 Ilill Mary M. Sternkowski, Commercial utords that cheer the way Q f tt ks 1, 4 A friend who knows, and dares to say, the brave, sweet I I fl L -43- Qs- , El li l v. ,Z'?9N - - l haul? llhl ' , . ,gwsv . like ' ,5 s mesa.- Q -J SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE Avis Elizabeth Stevens General Lzfe isnt all wovlt, but a, good pmt of zt zs. Glee Club 1: Mixed Chorus 2. Phyll1s Ioyce Stolberg, College Good nafurecl and a friend to all. Library Club lg Booster Club 1: French Club 4. Ioyce Blame Swanson, Commercial A little lady, shy and sweet. Ieane Mane Sweet, General Better to be small and shine, flzan large and cast a slzarlow. Glee Club 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Music Festival 1: Declamation 4: Dramatlcs Club 3: Girl Reserves 45 Acorn Staff 4: Oaks Staff 4. Theodore Alphonse Szejn, College Napoleon was a small man, but a great success. HieY Club l: French Club President 4. m!W" 'Us Tia Thalas, College Ambifioiz is her miclflle name. Intramural Sports lg Girl Reserves 4: Booster Club 45 French Club President 4: Acorn Staff 4: Oaks Stall 4. Charles Lindbergh Thielbar, College A fzvoncler is he who learns, loves, laughs and does all tlvree well. Varsity Football 4: Reserve Football 2, 3: Declamation 3: Iunior Play 3: Senior Play 4. Barbara lean Thompson, General The easiest thing to do is laugh. Glee Club 4' Acom Staff 4' Oaks Staff 4 blllil X 2 Kllniw N ffnlmi If llseeeef-fig lllll ..44... Glee Club 1: Music Festival l: Booster Club 1: Iunior Arbor Girl 3. .A .ty-ax. 4264 wifi Q2 x 4 Q 4 4 tif X- - '-: ,M Q 4 it str 3 K if it Wm st X M . 1. , s,W,1. s , .... fl, , f lg SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE David W. Thorstenson, General If you need any help ask him. Iohn George Tompkins, College I flare do all that may become at 'man-who dare do more is 116713. Reserve Football Z: Reserve Basketball 2, 3: Tennis 3: Iunior Play 3: Senior Play 4: Hi-Y Club l: Class Sgt.-at-arms 4. Don Edwin Vanderweele, College A lighf llcfzrt lives long. Varsity Football 3, 4: Varsity Basketball 4: Reserve Basketball 2, 3: Baseball 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1: Hi-Y Club 1. Glenn R. Vanderweele, College If he only loved school as he loves pool. Hi-Y Club 3: French Club l. Margaret VanDonkelaar, General ', Least said soonest mended. Glee Club 1. 2: Mixed Chorus 1: Acom, Oaks 4. 'if 'X-F' Emil Robert Veverica. College ' lllorfls are zvonzen, deeds are mon. N, .,X x',' J--wa," 5' f Henry William Veverica, College X Quiet and rvservccl is he. 'iflrwgff ,, :f l . . R M Elaine Ruth Visscher, General " f :Ti Z! Life is too short to be sober. A 6 4 l ll 5051 ' l 1 , -lfvlv-'.s, , , - l f V gg-Av Glee Club 1, 4: Mixed Chorus 2: Concerts 3: A Capella Choir 3, 4. ,lllll ff, f l' lliill. sy X r ' 'gsyp ' 1 1 gx Al 1. is 4-.1-A X -Fl l ... 11 l l vlfff Ll . V. i-Ii--4 I l-S1359 'uni ' 'il 4 his in X 'llllll - "W-s6,,,,,,.z.w -45.- . T " '4 so - ,,A. -A ,Lp T settle The New Colossus WJ ' 'Y lr Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame, 'A ' Plfgtltcgrotzqzletp-1-ply limbs ast,-ide from land to im. T vii-tl!-fy an ,, Here at our sea-tvashecl sunset gates shall ,pol F stand M.,-I-,,:' ,U 1 Q4 A 'mighty woman with a torch, whose flame ""Wyfl"i. I 4 4.1 5? :he 'lDljgJlE'SO?g6l'l lightning, and her 'name I ,Q foter o mi es ...... "Keep, ancient lands, your storied ponzplu cries she 49135, With silent lips. "Give me your tired, your W poor, I -, Q 43.3, Your hucldlecl masses yearning to breathe QM ifmxmm, fr-oe, '-1 ,.,?N.M,.u The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. nn " 'Q in ,,,,,,, Send these, the homeless, the tempest-tost """"'r5:"i' -lv ""' to me, - ' " 3:3 i-,Laf- - -gf.: Q' - . I: Q, I- f-:-,fr ps-- ,: I 5 A11 5 .A .-" . if g I . ftp,-y - if -if-ar ,tf ,-t Ehswu .E 'I K If -5 T.: t i, 3.425 an 5: I- . 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' ' .-,3,,,M,'.5,,., : es , ufrnl - A -,las .Q ' .iz , .:,', ,v,:,,.: ,. - -- .ig- .,.1Z1...-r--- 71'-2"-""f, fi L...-.2... --- 1 ,,-"TF ,,...gv---an-Ml 1 . ., . 9 - -,A L- '- A . HIV ' .Y - W., ,U.t,. , 57reu:xg,.gg,g,Qu:y-:t.:.rfQZ.:..:g ,,'f" ,.,, '.n'5"'f '.3 "fwfr ' W my"""3j,.v-' .1111 " V- f - ylahfy I lift my lamp beside the golden door!" -Emma Lazarus Proclaim, liberty throughout all the land unto all the 'inhabitants thereof. FOREWORD This famed inscription on the Liberty Bell is the key-note of our annual senior class publication of Iune, 1945. Graduating seniors who have known the blessings of liberty-perhaps even now literally fighting to preserve it for future generations- use this means of bringing the full significance of liberty to your attention. This nation of ours was conceived in liberty. What better time is there, than now, to re-dedicate our minds to the proposition held by Abraham Lincoln: namely, that all men are created equal? With hopes for continued equality of opportunity held high, we join other untold millions throughout the world in the never-ending search for liberty, truth, and righteousness. Then shall His Kingdom come! Leviticus XXV, 10 SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY FIVE "S, 'W- Q' . ikff ' s'V Kip , Q' .' N E1 -, - i t F" Gr' Linn U ll-Hf2".? -- W .1 415, llll bk -, wwf Y, ,, F Q v "'vew.gg.65,-4.-3' 'H 'S Arleene Ann Voss, College Blushes are lierlutiful, but often very inconvenient. Orchestra 4: Band 1, Z, 3, 4: Selective Band 3: Music Festival 2: Concerts 1, 2, 3, 4. Louise E. Walker, Commercial Ent, flriizlf, and be -merry is her motto for today and everyday. Lee Mack Waller, College U'Imt's the use of worrying? Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Mollie Louise Walters, College A girl who can smile, is a girl worth while. Intramural Sports 1: Glee Club l: Music Festival 1: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: French Club 4. Shirley Iune Wattrick, General Do11't blame me, blame my eyes and -my smile. Girl Reserves 4: Girl Scouts 1: Acom Staff 4: Oaks Staif 4: Stu- dent Council 4. Mary Edith Wayman, General Life is never dull. Frances Regina Wiencek, College Grace in all her steps: in every gesture dignity and love. Latin Club 2: Iunior Arbor Girl 3. Amy lean Willson, College Today is ours, what do we fear? Orchestra 3, 4: Senior Play Committee 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Iunior Arbor Girl 3. NVQ ff, 1.2. ..... 4 gnnlmali' -45- SENIORS-CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE Lawrence Albert Wing, College ll'ise men say nothing. Track 2, 3, 4: Declamation 2: Hi-Y Club l, 2, 3. Colonel Norbert Winnick, College I love work! I could sit and look at it for hours. Reserve Basketball 3: Track 3: Color Guard 3, 4: Debate 3: Iunior Play 3: Senior Play 4: Hi-Y Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Class Vice- President 4: Student Council Vice-President 3. Alice Irene Witkowski, Commercial A rosefis sweeter in burl than full bloom. Booster Club 1. Esther Marie Witkowski, Commercial .4 laugh, a joke, and another laugh! That's -what life is made of. Ieanne Louise Wurtz, Commercial Beauty and popularity speak for themselves. Intramural Sports 1: Orchestra l: Band 1, Z, 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Music Festival 1: Iunior Play 3: Girl Reserves 1. 2, 3, 4: Red Cross Treasurer 1: Class Sgt.-at-arms 4: Acom Staff 4: Oaks Stat! 4: Student Council Secretary 1: Drum Majorette 1, 2: Drum Major 3, 4. Doris Arlene Zuidema, College Silence is the mother of truth. George Lenardo Dove, General He looks safe: so docs gunpowder. Baud 3. Charles Hubert Singleton, College Little I ask: my iucnzts are few. ,..... . ,. 'N Q' . N, -v ty Kr Qi. .. i .. sa- , t. -X .3-.y i ,J v. fr' V 'lf' F' "III ji A I f ,IIIIIQI Avi ,N t N . qt ui vs- l flftidiilt -ll . if lllll J ' tuxtggy 'un ' Q., If Wu "Q, 'Ill' ,W I ""'G.6,5GwAE,,::3 147.. SUMMA CUM LAUDE Te ryl Shaw VALEDICTORIANS ADDRESS Liberty, the theme for our annual this year, has taken on a new meaning for our graduating class. Several of our classmates have already gone from this school to fight for this treasured privilege of liberty. Many from preceding classes have given their lives for this same cause. All of our lives we have enjoyed the ad- vantages of being in a country where liberty is the key word of living. During the last twelve years we have been learning more about the real mean- ing of the word and how we can do our share to make liberty possible for all peo- ple. lt is more important to learn to live for liberty than to die for it. We want to thank everyone who has made these years of learning possible for us. We have long looked ahead to the time when we could grasp our diplomas and sever the bonds of school routine, be on our own, do as we please. The time is here, but in a war-torn world like ours we shall be restricted in our rights. We cannot proclaim overselves free because too many problems will be ours to solve: too many injustices of war will be ours to justify, too many people will be seek- ing our aid in readjustments. Instead of being free, we are taking on a new set of responsibilities, the problems of society. These new problems will not be easy to handle and they will be even more diffi- cult to solve. But I am confident that we, the graduates of 1945, will be able to meet successfully the obstacles confronting us. Now is the time to take full advantage of our opportunities in a free country or we shall again find the liberty of this world at stake. As Lincoln put it, "We shall nobly save or meanly lose the last best hope of earth." Geraldine Schaiz SALUTATORIANS ADDRESS Students of Muskegon Heights High School: We seniors have reached the climax and ultimate end of our high school career, graduation. There have been times, of course, when we wished it was over and done with, but now that that moment has arrived, we want to reach out and hold it, not let it pass. But go it must, and we shall go forth into an un- usual world. We are sorry that some of our number are not present this week to receive their diplomas. They have al- ready entered this chaotic world and are engaged in a struggle for liberty and a lasting peace. Soon, we shall join them and take our respective places at their side. In normal times, we would embark up- on careers such as that of doctors, law- yers, merchants, farmers, preachers, teachers, and other occupations. How- ever, these ambiiions must be laid aside for the time being while we win liberty for all peoples of the earth, and peace forever. How shall we accomplish this great task set before us? How can we win lib- erty and a lasting peace? Do you know? Cf one thing, we are certain. God and the Ten Commandments must not be for- gotten, nor ignored. Unless our new peace is built on this firm foundation, civiliza- tion as we have known it will be hope- lessly lost. Therefore, it is our duty and our privilege as citizens of the United States, to work together to build a lasting peace, for all, forever. HONORS AND AWARDS 315- TQYYI Shaw Betty Boelkins History Citizenship UPPER-THIRD Teryl Shaw Geraldine Schatz Arlene Lundberg Helen Ruiter Shirley Slentz Robert Gerst Gloria Farnquist Theodore Szejn Iames Morton James Stegeman Doris Coffman Elaine Swanson Io-Ann Reid Irene Hislop Iohn Tompkins Barbara Brown Elizabeth Boelkins Thomas Damm Shirley Cole Yolande Courtright Leta Scott Jeanette Harris Frances Wiencek Ioe Hegedus Lorraine Moore Iean ,Darke Marie Sekeres Nettie Brown Amy lean Willson Norma Fredericks Ann Hornak Bill Hulka Roberta Otten Mildred Praskac Nellie Iohnson Suzanne Appel Louis Coon Gloria Lehan Shirley Wattrick Caroline Iensen Helen Fredericlcs Henry Veverica Tia Thalas Billie Brady Veronica Fekete Ruth lean Baker William Fowler Margaret Bensinger Ann Koteles Alice Witkowski Barbara Buchan Tom Morton Chester Nienhuis Mary Stemkowski Charles Baskin Irene Kitchka Barbara Loberg Ednamay Mazone Helen Kristofetz Paul Cook Ruth Carlson Doris Zuidema Mary Chvala William Hume Mary Kuenzie Mary Alexander Iohn Polanyi ,., ,wr M935 ,PDQ X 1 f 1' r g is 54 r x l it a 1 sn x. ,,,-:, V " A 2 f ,,. 3 A . . l if! xfrff 4x :dr it 'f , ,., .:f,.:,,,., H ., .H , . ,,A 2 'II-Q25 "" '5555s5fi552?s12s Qfs A, ,.,.,.A , . WHO RATES WITH MOST POPULAR You can always count on a cheery smile and a hearty "Hi!" from Ieanne Wurtz and Phil Begley. They are two people whom everyone would like to call their friends. They both have personality-plus, and a true sense of good sportsmanship. Add these up and it spells P-O-P-U-L-A-R. Here's to you, Jeanne and Phil. BEST DANCERS They're hep when the music is groovy. They're floating when the song is sweet and low. They're lack Fortenbacher and Mary Hughes. A hot band or not,-you can always count on these two to be full of pep and fun to make the dullest moment gay. BEST ACTORS There comes a time in everyone's life when he wishes he had the ability to do a little acting. Barbara Loberg and Don Hastings will never have to wish that they knew how. We think they proved they know by their acting in both the Iunior and Senior plays. Better high school talent would be hard to find. CLASS FLIBTS A wink of an eye and a drawling line have placed Tom Hoekenga and Arlene Voss as tops for flirts in the Class of 1945. Tom's winning smile and a care- free manner has helped to make him the "Casa- nova" of his class. Around Arlene while she's giv- ing out with charm, you will always find some of the opposite sex. Yes, our vote goes to these two with the flirty-flirty-eyes that kinda "get" the other "guys." ..50.. THE GRADUATES? MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Arlene Lundberg and lack Stegeman both deserve this honor. They are both outstanding scholars and undoubtedly will find fame and fortune in their life- times. Their fine scholastic record proves they both know where fun ends and work begins, but they also know the record in reverse. We regret there are not more like Arlene and lack. CLASS CUT-UPS There's always a lauqh when they're around. ln a circus you couldn't find two better clowns. When the party is dull and all are provoked, call on Iackie Beth and Tom Damm. They always have a joke ready. Two jollier souls are hard to find, and they're always Welcome at any time. BEST LOOKING Our ideal man is here at last, and the girl of our dreams is right with him. Who could ask for more? George Emig, with that curly hair and sun-tanned complexion, and Helen Fredricks, the dream of every man's affection, are the two we mean. They're never too loud when out with the crowd, but always full of fun for everyone. Poetry? Yes, but they're really romantic! MOST ATHLETIC The name Hegedus seems to have power behind it. Although Irene and Ioe are not related fthat is, as nearly as we have been able to find outl, both came out on top as athletes of their class. Ioe has been on the Varsity football, basketball, and track teams all through high school. With Irene basket- ball is strictly HER game, as her all-A record in that sport will testify. -51-. 'L -yr 'QQ W, 405 i ii , X551 . ,..:s::-- '- F y, , -EEE . ..-.,. W. , ..,.,. M., t .,,.::::::3q:,:':,:-5 s. X., I . 'sz 3 I 5 ,tm ,iQ -s ,..-...... .rf K X ,It ' In "Cx ' ,fo i l gdff Lwff X 'fl52dPriSJit '-GJ - ,,- -1, ,, f-Q ,, , -of v .X - .ir-, . ii-...M- fs- ,CL ..,.. ' 1- x,. ..-e. a 'Y .N H 4 .Z '71 1 1.,"ij'j'?L' B J The 198 members of the Senior Class leave the hall of good old M. H. H. S., but their spirit remains behind in the form of this Last Will and Testament. So as to make sure he is not forgotten, each of the following seniors hereby leaves1-- Ackels, G.-her typing ability to one who needs it. Alexander, M.-her short-hand book. At last! Anderson, V.-Mr. Cobb's 10:00 class, very calmly. Andrew, Lfwithout his gal. Appel, S.fher job as majorette to anyone capable of it. Baker, lean B.-with her books. Baskin, C.Ato meet his dream girl. Begley, P.-his popularity to Alvia Cater. Bensinger, M.fall her knowledge to some dumb soph. Beth, Leher wit to her brother Doug. Boelkins, B.-her scholastic ability to someone needing it. Bole, G.-in a quiet way. Boyd, Lgbut not without Loyal. Brady, B.-her fondness for good looking men to some one. Branch, L.-Wheww! Brant, E.-her dark hair to any "proxy". Brown, B.-her vocal cords to someone who hasn't any. Brown, N.-her quietness to those noisy juniors. Buchan, B.-silently. Burkhart, R.4in a hurry. Bybee, S.4behind the eight-ball. Camp, I.-fwith her Iantzen sweaters. Campbell, V.4with Chuck Thielbar. Carlson, R.-with Ruth Letcher by her side. Carter, B.-with Bill Gyzm. Caughey, R.-his shyness to anyone who gets away with it. Champion, M.-with a flaming thatch. Chapin, R.-for a new horizon. Chvala, M.-a young lady. Coffman, D.4her music talent to a future Band member. Cole, S.-peacefully and quietly. Cook, P.ffor the service. Cook, V.-blushing as usual. Coon, L.-his quiet ways to Ed. Petrongelli. Corning, T.4her dancing ability to another dance fiend. Courtriqht, Y.- for Costa Rica. Damm, T.--the teachers in peace. Danker, M.Aher public speaking talent for next semester. Darke, I.-her all-round personality. Deater, A.-with a good report card. De Bruin, V.- for the Cadet Nurse Corps. De Glopper, D.-as sincerely as she entered. De Glopper, D.fwith Doris. Deitz, A.-her hair-do to Mary Ann Kotrosits. Derby, P.-to continue skating at Curvecrest. Derby, R.-Ruth Epplett behind. De Witt, E.fwith Bob. Dorner, T.fher bashfulness to Barbara Koteles. Dove, G.-his manly stature to Iames Howell. Dudzik, B.-happily. Egyed, M.Aher dramatic ability to her friends. Emerson, M.-to write to Bud. Emig, G.-left to give the Navy a lift. Famquist, B.-her commercial studies to someone else. Fekete, V.-to play the fiddle, but not second fiddle. Fletcher, M.-her red hair to anyone who craves it. Ford, I.-his blush to anyone who can get away with it. Fortenbacher, I.-left to see the world through a porthole. Last Will and Fowler, B.-with a grin from ear to ear. Fredricks, N.- to see Iay. Fredricks, H. several organizations without an officer. Garvey, Doug. --Evelyn behind. Geneaux, M. her dark hair to Ioyce Olsen. Gerst. B.--with his car full of friends. Goulet, C.- his wavy black hair to Alan Kushner. . Grillo, R.-'crying because he can't be with Ed. any more with Barbara Carter. Gzym, B. Haiker, D.- with her head in the clouds. Hall, D. -his come-hither look to Neil Frick. Harris, I. looking toward a happy future. Hastings, D. his "line" to any shy undergrad. Hedges, D. wisecracking as best suits him. Hegeclus, I.-- for the "State" in her merry Oldsmobile. Hegedus, If the memory ot an all-round student. Hislop, l.'- her dancing ability to someone who needs it. Hoekenga, T. his knack for getting into mischief to Delores Kelly. Hoekenga, B. rattling away in his Model T. Hornak, A.- her dimples to anyone who needs them. Hornyak, M.-to see the world. Hughes, A .-'f -'to the tune of "Anchors Aweighf' Hughes, M.-her dancing ability to her brother lack. Hulka, B.--his poetic ability to anyone that appreciates it. Hulsebos. M.--in an air of heavenly bliss. Hume, B.-his fascination for dogs to someone who needs it. Hunter, B.--physics, regretfully. Iensen, C.-with that General Diploma. Iett, L.fher ability in commerce to you. Iohnson, Iohnson. D.ehis "tallness" to Gordon Le Mieux. N.-with Karleen Loomis. Iones, B.--"and lived happily ever after." Kitchtka, I.-her quietness to Ann Harmon. Knopf, I.--without Charlotte Porter. Kohlbeck, A.--her memories of H.S. to some junior. Koonsman, V.-fond memories of her "twirling" days! Koteles. A.-without her sister Barbara. Kovarcik, M.-with a sigh of relief. Kristofetz, H.--her job as Record Editor. Krueger, Kuenzie. Kunash, D.-but takes her art ability with her. M.-the Dorr behind her. T.-her unusual name to Bette Smith. La Flame, Af-a vacancy in the band for some soph. Larabee. I.--the alto section in the choir. Latten, A. hand in hand with Pascoe. Lehan, G.fher likings for sailors to someone who likes soldiers Le Mieux, T.fin the general direction of Lois. Letcher. Rf- her long hair to some "shorties". Loberg, B,-'ther innocent expression to Jeanne Booker. Loitis, M.- -to join her old flame. Long, M.--'her pleasant personality to some "dope". Loomis, K.--her ready smile to some unhappy soph. Lorenz, E.--fthe cheering squad. Lundberg, A.-for college, Lynn, D.,-with Ronald. Lynn, Rf --"ditto". Lysiak, M.-after having a spanking good time. Manak, S.Y'her good sense of humor to anyone who needs it. Mathews, A.-a "hot spot" on the football bench. Mattson, M.-a junior in despair. Mattson, H.--a pair of red suspenders to his best friend. Mazone, E.-her quiet ways and manners to some rowdy soph. Mc Clellan. I.-his locker to some new student. Mc. Clure, T.-his dramatic ability to some future actor. Mc Kay, R.-his arguing ability to someone on next year's team. Minarovic, P.-his long, long shots into the baskets. Mohr, C.-in the middle of the line. Montgomery, P.-to remain true to the Navy. -52- Testament Q 1945 Moore, L.-as "Rainey". Moran, I.-without his Latin book. Morton, I.-for the thrills of a Navy dive-bomber. Morton, T.-and isvdoing fine in the Navy. Nienhuis, C.-quietly but willingly. Oelker, B.-taking his saddle shoes along. Ostgarden, C.-his blonde curls to Joe Gabriel. Otten, R.-with her fine vocabulary. Overeem, C.-her fighting spirit. Parmenter, B.-for the airport. Pascoe, I.-to get married to a certain Marine "Don" Pehr. G.-his tennis ability to any needy soph. Peliresne, D.-the gossip circle in Ioumalism class. Perkins, I.-to hook a man. Plouhar, R.-by the front door very happily. Plurnhotf, R.-as nicely as she came in. Polanyi, Lkyoung ladies, which are his speciality. Praskac, M.-thinking about that soldier overseas. Pringle, K.-for a sailor suit. Punches, N.fhis puddle jumper to Art Craymer. Reid. Ann I.-perfect talent tor studying to Doris Corpe. Reiser, A.-to meet her man. Robinson, H.-all that he leamed behind. Rosenberg, M.-gaily chattering. Huiter, H.-her A's and B's to some one below "C-level." Russell, C.-with his "slush pump." Savickas, I.-with air of delight. Schatz. G.-her good grades to some new student. Schrebe. A.-quickly and quietly. Scott, Br-her friendliness to anyone who needs it. Scott. L.-her parting words, "Tally Ho!" Sekeres, M.-"Tanking she go home now." Shatter, D.-trucking. Shaw, T.-her happy-go-lucky ways to any Soph. Shugars, M.-her ilag twirling to some Iunior. Simoncik, Rfwith a clear conscience. Singleton, C.-by pole vaulting out the study hall window. Slentz, S.-her cheery disposition to someone who needs it. Smith, E.-V-his copy ot How to Make Love in 10 Easy Lessons Sohasky, F.-his football ability to some future star. Stegeman, I.-to give the world another genius. Stemkowski, M.fior Sanitary Dairy. Stevens, A.-to meet her "one-and-only". Stolberg, P.-W her quiet manners to Laurance Mc Mahon. Swanson, E.--her ability as a "commercial" to a needy soph Sweet, I.-her bewitching eyes to Donna Norton. Szejn, T.-his knowledge to some one who needs it. Thalas, T.-her job as Oaks Editor to a Iunior. Thielbar. C.--his ability to sing to some future "Sinatra". Thompson, B.-her cheertulness to some undergrad. Thortenson, D.-with a big smile. Tompkins. I.-with his noisy red socks. Vanderweele, D.-his bashiul nature to Willie Schmaltzer. Vanderweele, G.vthe high school song for the G I. live. Van Donkelaar. M.-with her blonde hair. Veverica, E.-with Henry. Veverica, H.-his quiet ways to Sonny Granclelius. Visscher, E.-with a squeaky giggle. Voss, A.-her ability to ilirt, to someone who is bashful. Walker, L.-with her funny laugh. Waller, L.-for a good job. Walters, M.-her million dollar smile to lack Putnam. Wattrick, S.-her good looks to anyone. Wayman, M.-listening to a good joke. Wiencek. F.-her high IQ to some soph. Willson. Iean A.-with those misbehaving eyes. Wing, L.efor the Navy. Winnick, C.-to a solid boogie-beat. Witkowski, A.-her cheeriulness to new grouches. Witkowski, E.-with her cousin Alice. Wurtz, I.-the band without a drum-major. Zuidema, D.-her smile and willing hand to ALL. I H l 1.5 Sit at over- 'rrilj head L Z.. ,ti PM " tr,-,K an -53- GALLERY v .L..-.N ,441 -- ,..,v I 'V .7fx.- l fb 5-4 X.. xA 3 5 L. .swf vx ' fr awk -M 1 -, aff, , . f - , W -. ,.,, -.- - ...54-. I , - .A-QQ E . - ' -x - ,. Q-.-J --N 11,45 953 -5:5 " D-if '-2357: I -ff-M11 f fl gig-1 ,S J 34 , -,, ,I -54 F I .- -.51 -- .v - -if 3.5. -- N .5 -,Ti ' .. :A , Ci -JI ig' r .,, L if 5:-L M Q L? 1 ' - QR il -' ff 15- "3 'T' 'L' :S A ' "tr ,--0, ,,, 4-J' . . . f ' . N, 5-1'-x 1,l. 1 -d -E xx fix ? 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'fy --- NJ'-Q31 A-, " , 2,1 , ' I I 4 H' . ji .. - Y, fr rx. - .f-. . ATH , -sl L ' 9 W Q 1 I ,H ' w 3' , w A14 f' ,' --. N J I s 7 5 ' ' f- A X , 4.1" . 1 . ,O K FQ: , L 00.0, Q I 21' 4 J Lv . . ,xy f 5 "' Af ' 6 ' lT"- -. ' x ' ' -QQ, " '. OM 5 ff 'X L' ROC, x- ge 4 . e as 'C 7 M 1 x - A ,gf f "g ' kf A X , . mf, wif' -' A V :R ' 'Wjfl x fgv gm Q., . - 155- "m r., .uw '... ' - -1. , .,, '- 'j 4 1 . - f gi F 1 . f '- gi. , M 3, 1 , .hav ' cf K . ' ' - Y - . A 3 ' - s -, , .3 rg' ff ', - "tv ? ,X ,v '5- ". 3:-,:. T"- , . 2. 3. a JSIY f 1 . . wi. i . 51 5' X. gn , w x , -U. If Q: E 1 L 1 A ,J-1-. 'L if 1 1 ' . .9 h is 1 , if ' A ir? ,Ll 1 I 9 ,CQ -ze ' gifififf' 5237 ,.,.f .4-4.4.1 , '.ifg1'fL3' " ' ' " '-:51M"' in f. . , ,., 'S if , , ,- ya? V ' . U EEA 'VL L f ' 1-x - f AQ., I g f E? . h if I I ' Vai -- , 1 . , f K H '55 I . .:z if-Vx f if ff I, K x"' ,AJ IN MEMORY OF ALOMA WELCOME Since She Went Home by R. I. Bumette Since she went home- The evening shadows linger longer here, The winter days fill so much ot the year, And even summer winds are chill and drear, Since she went home. Since she went home- The robin's note has touched a minor strain, The old glad songs breathe a sad refrain, And laughter sobs with hidden, bitter pain, Since she went home. Since she went home- How still the empty room her presence blessed: Untouched the pillow that her dear head pressed: My lonely heart has nowhere for its rest, Since she went home. Since she went home- The long, long days have crept away like years, The sunlight has been dimmed with doubts and tears. And the dark nights have rained in lonely tears, Since she wem home. -56- IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Earl Beam Vice-President ,gcmml Austin Crcymer, Ir. T9'easure1' Mr. Dingler Lcrrry Boone President J "gn 4 rrf.-:.-Q',:':5,:. . :T - S' f'5iif?'i' A f,, :N P -if-v-N..,,,,3:M:i I 'Wf'9vfffQf '5-an .Q .1 ' ,fifrh if-eg 5 1 r .f !1'5.'5Y9ii5 "':'fgf',5 if-, "' fa' my ,, 4 ,, , ..,., N Y,-zu1..v, 42., 4,, l'1,n4p,,! srl, US Sunhni ff , ny ADVISORS 'Wa Miss Fondell -57- rf Vivicm Sterling Secretary Iames Dotson Sergeant-at-a'r'ms Mr. McKenzie ,-. ,.., 15 4? on Ql- -on .pn- -mr 41 an 0-as -4 Aldrich, Alex, Alexander, Ammond, Antisdale, Aurich, Bakker, Bar, Barding. Bartels, Batchelder, Bauman, Beam, Beattie, Berridge, Bigsby, Blohm, Boelkins. Boone. Broadbent, Brown, Buitendorp, Bullis, Bush, Campsmith, Carlson, Carter. THE IUNIOR CLASS ', ' A X 1 O 'I I . lk, - 5 1 x lx -. Q - fy JC,-. 4' MMS MASQ fagff-Qw 'sm , , xr- lx - -4, ' -4 . . , f -.QW , Q of - M1-v .r i W, f - QE '. fi. " .,,. e 1 ,. ' ""B , 111,- x..!,.h. 'aw - ' u-:SA .... W '-F ' i . sf -fuz- A .,.,..,,.., . Q 5 Z,, 1.5513 V zE,..-- 3 .2 4, " - , U' , :Rik . ,' ' ' M rise- f ,M " ,rf ': r , ' ' , 3 S -::E ' ,C . A' ' vis., ,..3..Vx' A - ...A w r ' ' '-ls.'f mNJEf A - ' ,, SfA.sv45'9..w XJ 5 J 2F-XF: .v 'if - . Q' ui -. .mx 'CQ Ezrizr-E '-"""1 ll ,III il J q Ns? Q- ' I xl Q r , X ,V I fi...- :.-r" Q" as mucy ' , y . ., Wy, ., 555: , , .msiigzi ,-' N4 ' 53 ? AQ 3.1 , KJ. A 2 -t Q ini: . , . .. . , ' , 4 Vitkxwe " Ailifv... T 1, 2.-V ----- . -w ., K jf:-H - - ' ,,,,gw,-,5 ' ' 1, " - ,. Y . ' SW' x . P ,y 1 " A ' .ff 1. r, Q. '.:- . . + , Q , .V of 3 X M W fr. ' - , 48 Q.. gi'--gg-152 4 f - t - .f 'LV sv...n E, , l . , Z1 - N e- X - M -,fEF?5Q3?Qf 7 ?f A' 2 J' F v 1 n::::fAx 'J' ,bn , 'Z 35-:N " .. .fb r Xl5 'v .:. .- , Casazlonte, Chalko, Charland, Chesney, Cincush, Clayton, Connell, Conyers, Cook. D. Cooper, R. Cooper, Carpe, Cox, Crane, Craner, Craymer, Crouch, Dahlquist. Daniels, Demitropoulos, A. Demos, E. Demos, Dendrinos, Doctor, Doll, Doremire, Dotson, Dunham Ed r Emmons Enge1,Erhardt,Fe1-:ete Felony Ferns F11ka Frtch Fowler Gabrnel Garman, Garvey, German Ghezzl Gull Grammel Groeneveld Grover Gzym, D. Hagen, R. Hagen Hague Hamstra Hancock Hamzon E IU N I O C L A W1 5.-..Qf1-, 9? .4e!!!iiiif ..!!!!?!!!l' '!!!f. "': 'I -!!!!l ' ll!!lV X J 1 mf io I I -liiiln I Y , if mm UW' 4 f A kr -:. n AUM.. - ,..- M Harns R Hams Hartman, I. Helman, R Helman Hendncks Hxllxard Homyak Hradsky Hulka Hull Humphreys Hunter, Huth, Iacobs Ieiireys Iensen I Iohnson G Iohnson L Iohnson Ionas, Iones, Keamey Keedle Kexth Kzesgen Kmsman H Y"I'WNG1EiZ5'1-- ' "Vx . ' -' :2,fZw."' 'NA ' -V 'iii NW ,.' Q' ' . Wti ' 5"i?slQ.:. V ffiififs " ' .iz .-1, I- I . wg-Qs 1 -'ZW r 1 Q-,335 'sd G. 'gf , .Q 2 A. ,Ip , ."4 , Q 4 - A , X XM ,, , - X .. - W., - 2 V'-QS W . .-,w4...w" ...m.:A0' f , 4. ,XY ' . ", w I ' - i'4S'C'K4' ,. 'ix VG,- . , ,,:g,,. , 3 -, xgggfri. . , I p . ff-fu , 6 ff , , - , , AA? 1 ww., -"t 1 """ :arf '2' 5:-3' on . -A . ., y - 1 ,fr X "7 - tif- if-.:-I - , -' - Q, .I , . ,Q fy 1' ' ,, .. 1 I, 15.0. L 'Sw Q J - , ' 1131 K Li....n,,.,'R 1:-q::.:-545: ., 'L . '-MWA. 1 5 ' ' 'v' 5 r . . " "" WL:-f.1T?.E TfS"',,'T1I" -wi' t iN " f- I ,ww i 5 . 13 ,..-3 , Q 1 'gp - A . V . I ,H f i j , ' 41- Q 1 -, A f 'E it 'ff--:.1,:'gg:1.q.,,v , . , H ' X .2 -4 ,, V aw ..x Amina 52 2 23 J 3 , as tt f Klss, Klimp, Kollar, Koteles, Kotrosits, Krieteldt, Kropf, Krueger, I. Kuita. W. Kutta, Kuharevicz, Kulcsar, Kulesa, Kuziak, LaNore, Lapajczyk, Larsen, Leatherman Leist, Lewis, Liddle, Lukas, Margis, Mathews, Matuz. McMahon, Medbury. TH E IUNIOR CLASS ,ova svn 'I .Zi N 1 p, .pq-E - sam LJ L 1 s I ' 1' 'Wat R ,mga J2- E , -if F a,l:i, U J Q X' Ql " I 3 I v " in ff. - t Q I is V! M ' t - QQ. .4f Q., .SdwnJu, x Sf . K - fl . ff? s 4 5 KK , ' wf Q 5 we " .kit .x L9 Meclema, Miner, Moeller, Moran, Munro, Myers, D. Nelson, L. Nelson, Nic. Nill, Norton, Norwood, Olsen, Olson, O'Nei1, Osborn, Parmenter, Pastucha. Paulson, Peck, Pedler, Petrongelli, Pickel, Post, Putnam, Putney, Rajkovacz. -6 0-. fu, -,. av san' 'Q -Cf .argl Rayment, Richardson. Riemersma. R. Robinson, V. Robinson, Rogers, Hogoski, Rolison, Rudd. Ryan, Sanders, Sander, Sanocki, Schrnalzer, Schroeder, Schultz, Scott, Settle. Seyierth, Skok, R. Smith, B. Smith, Spurlock, Stariha, Start, Steenhagen, Sterling. THE IUNIOR CLASS -, C10 A can x . Qi r . -'S ' , . 4 , Q ix .hx V Q. -Q V RX LL ' PE: -, - . ' , . - f ' ' f' .. Q ' 'Q 'E wi . ' --Lfflfll -. 'l . ' P1 Y 1 ' ', J- A A" ., yi-If :n e .t. ,f, w, -' X . --'L , 'Glu 5' ' 4 4 Eff . 'A' ' ' V A L N 11-.T - T ! v+.5"Ei 17 ' , i '-7 . J' V ' 5 ' ,Qjfl gf.. Q, 'Q 1 V 4 ' , " :- .1 " ir 4. M. 'Qs' Stevens, Stratton. Stuparits, Swanson, Swarvar, Swett, Taylor, Teuling, Thoma. Thomasma, Townsend, Utter, Vandervelde, VanderWeele, Veurink, Voorhies, Wagner, Wait. Washington, Way, Wenger, Werner, Wheaton, White, Whitney. Wiencek, Wildiong. Wilks, M. Williams, W. Williams, B. Wood, E. Wood, Yonker, Zack. -61- J i' fs. www .. 3 ' Q 2. 5 AK f 'V M ,f . AQ Twig? .f -ko. ,': ' IUNIOR CLASS M 041, MM 5 -62- SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 4.3 4.1 Bill VcmderWee1e ' 5 I Lois Kienke am' f-' 'haf Icck Vcxn Dyke 035, 553' v7 ' 4 -, , 1 Neil Frick Mclrvu Fredricks Alvin Cater A vi 3 K SA7, ' "SS .. e -A' ' - I - ff' , 1 -, - ' 'l '- 1 , Ogg, S 2 M I' S ' 4 .E 4- Paul Anderegg Iqmes Howell --rv.: 1 . , 1 'Q' X W.. is ii Mr. Murray Miss Erfimeyet Mr. Kruizengcx Beverly Kock -63- lx?" fx, js '-Wm f .asfit x r .nil . ,sv A 6 x ef ., ff Q "" new lf W W Q h . W , .. X., Adams, Alexander, Anderegg, Anderson, R. Appel, W. Appel, Archambault, Baker, Baker. R. Baker, Barnard, Barrett, Bartels, Beauleaux, Beckeman, Beckley, Belmont, Benjamin. Bergklint, Besaw, Bilka, Blackmer, Bleich, Bluhm, Bodnar, Bolema, Bohland. THE SOPHOMORE CLASS ' .2 ' E. . 3 .Q Mac., E1 11 . . 'egwgqi F AW M1 isew 1 1. ', '35 gf! . ' . . imma - , ..., . -,gym ,,,..,.,.,.,,.,,,,.,.., . fe. ' " 3 -'-' 4 gf ' I ' A- 'fazzfzafz ' f -. ab " 411' , 1 ,, WN- . X 'X A S Lki 1.. - 'F :rms .J J ' 1,-4, -, smwz' nw' ,Z-'L S we . wg Q Q5 f 02' Z 'ax Q x X E 2' - .5 .9 4 .Q.Q..vig Q , . l N5 .. 1 by Q9 . S ' sh B ? 2. ., .4 rg Q wg . 4 1 ' 'e Avi is . Still? fs? . - Y , ft f 1 ' . .:. , vw. Y W Q l Q. 3 : -- 1- H4 - '1 ",' I ' 5. , " ' ' '1'ltl' Q it ll , ' 2 'BW A 6 , '53-ow' wx. -1 :i w xx-af. -X: ,, r- W .- Q . V. .,:f .-4.i, ,' Bole, Booker, Borgman, Borteson, Bosch, Brunke, Buchan, Buit, Burmeisler. D. Bush, M. Bush, Bybee, Campbell, Caplette, Carlson, Carpenter, Carrier, Cater. Cato, Christian, Clark, Clements, Collinge, G. Cook, I. Cook, Craymer, Culver. -64 . . 'R Eg? N . H Q-3 X 'Q , .gf. l -. - - ,-W. di I 3 ' 4' ,M A . , s 5 in Davzson Delano, Dennis DeW1tt DeYoung Drckmson Dxepen Dxetz Dobb Dodds Doenges. Doll, Doza Dudzxk Dyer Eberly Ecunaw Eklund Elhot Epplett, Erickson, Enckson Flel Ferns Fletcher Foelker Forrest SOPHOMORE CLAS W W2 L' 4 Nw wa . A-.Q-. + .If Q f 93 , X4 4 ,ea il! gg:-IIOKDIE Frankhn Fredricks, Freeman Fnck Gabnel Gardner Garland Gay Gebolys Gxbbons Gilbert. Gilmore Glexsner Glomb Goencke Goodnch Gould Goulet Graff Grcmdelius, Graves Gust Guthne Gzym Hallberg L Hansen P Hansen 4,46 THE 1945 OAKS 02 'Q-,Qp Gage, '90 2,58 'SJXOO .yr fa Zi fu, wk A Glance at the Past if A Glimpse of the Future Published by the Senior Class, 1945 MUSKEGON HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOCDL Muskegon Heights, Michigan GX in l-Iorlmon, Harvey, Haynes, Heaton, Heminger, Herlein, Hinchmon, Hislop, Hissong. Hiza, Hoekengcx. Homyok, Hotelling, Hotham, Howell, Hubbell, Hudson, Humphreys. Hunter, Iovinsky, Ienkins, Iensen, I. Iohnson, M. Iohnson, Iohnston, B. Iones, M. Iones. '-1 III r-1 cn O '11 III O 3 O 'JU rn G L- IP' cn cn iff N f , ,, 1, Et 11-yi A x :5a!' l 4 ,Q . sy Nug f ,-YZ X Nd "ish wk' -A if . .ul-iiqi 14, 11 x., 1. Y " Lf-gxlffzl fi - 5, f . ..wx 5, of i 'I-N1 3 'X . 3. V 1 ' ai' 4 'ffsgiif P., VA J 3 ,t ' T V -. ,W - M A y, ,-gh. l .., x V V: LXR, - ,M ,, V. ,Q - ,. ., ..-. . , 1 , f 3 3-7-1--2 LVL. - ' '-W A 'Y 'felis X, "dj " .ik , H ll - - , :fx . x X L ee. my-3. -4g,,.,., N4 . . ' . .,,,,,.,.s,5 Q gg cmy -.35-' L .S f 215512222 0-, , , gwf Q " '4 2 . A. .,:, :.,f 'f ifa-:..: C ' 4 , A' 155 w x s ,u ll x .5 ' 1-h 3 , ,. , ,f 1,53 QE' sl . ' , N f, 4 -E A ' 1.44 J , Lx,-.5 nl ,i'!.x3?X 'W - " ""' 1 S ' - -1 I' - 'I' M' ' ' . - - ' , f- 2 , ' sf' " ' ev sf , . , Y !: ' , -' x. , -ZFQEIE ,.5 , , .. ' ' 41-:ww f , - wg .. 1 1 '-A, .Q ' ..,. , . is - 52. ri' iff ' "X it ' 49 W. Iones, Iudd, Keglovitz, Keller, Kelly. Kem, Kessler, Kienke. Klimo. Knight, Kobiersky, Koch, Kohlbeck, Koteles, Kroeze, Kuerth, Kuiper, Kuipers. Kushner, Lcxban, Lake. Lamb, Lane, Lcxnglois, Lenoir, LaNore, Laflge, V .55- 'lbw 5 LaVanture, Lawson. Leatherman, B. Lee, G. Lee. L. Lee, Leigh, LeMieux, LeRoux. Looney, Looyengoed, Lynn, Lund, C. Lynn, Lyons, Macheta. MacMillan. Magdic. Mclavazos, M. Malone, R. Mclzne. M. Martin, R. Martin, S. Martin, Martinscn, Mattson. THE SOPHLOMCRE CLASS 1- X4 5 2 Dk 'J wel' ' .f?fh -0 vig. L.-La... . 4 r W' I Maycroft. Mayes. McConnell, McCrea, McGhee, McGonigle, McKay, McLean, McMann. Melin, I. Miles. P. Miles, Milner, Moeller, Mohring. Moulton, Murphy, Musk. Myers. Nelson, Nelson, Norris. Nuttall, Oelker. O'Grady, C. Olson. I. Olson. -9 , Ostrodick, Parker, Parker, Pcxrmenter, Pehr, Pete, E. Peterson, L. Peterson, Petropoulos. B. Phillips, P, Phillips, Plank, Porter, Potter, Premo, Premo, Privcrcky, Radke. Roms, Romsey, Rcrybum, Reclmes, Reinertsori, Ribesky, Rice. Richards, Roth. THE SOPHOMORE CLASS X I 1 1 - 5 1" . I ., Iii -Ut - v - - - - P , ,' wwf- ' . - ,, - - -yr 2 . 6 al J. y ' ' 5 T. ' . J f f ' ' ' 2" 6' 1' If J 'V WI.. xg . , ! x , A, Wm- -' ' -i , e 1 q 6- Ax, as , ,,, xgj.A1 " ,- V. t. . 1 . , , A' - , - --' ' " uAR lQ? mu rl, I: if , , -, gy x A , -I hx. A bv ,nge .jg 52 : ' 'galil' f- Lf- 6, i A - 9. - 15' 11 ' ' ' ?"' 5 F-f -- f ' f' I ills 2 ,fi If .i ' -. . , f- , s - - " - 1 ' - T- A , I 1 . ll - in f Q r off ' li f we: -Lf +'Q' - iv lk : , , 6 -1 .f M ' f! ey, .. 55121 - - . 5 ' ' P Porgy P 1 , Gif -' We 'WN' - "?fFT1T'5Ff'f , ye r ' ' .awri , , . ,P 1 u , it , 1' MM . Ago. - ' '112-': tilwfs " ' 'QKQQ n 173' - A - N' 53 P ,5 i . ' 4 A 'F - , " if 9 we P ' we -2 u X- M f- ""3 Q """"' '+L ,. ' - ' ilfw-EQ? Mig: P, . i ' 'PF f ff -.17 4+ , P V :A Q' :ze - - -4-7 - ' ' A " - "" ' ' . -M ,. , ' ' he 5' ' "1 - 1 A ,gi 3 A .,, .,.,,,,,.,. X 1 ' f ., -f ' A ll " W , . fl , ' ' "1 ,,.. , - 'VI , '- 5 " .'.a4-:- ' . ' 'Yg.534I:f - "' 41 - 'B ' -":Qrw' 12 v' Lis. f '3 - - 7 I'-f .f ' ' '- K2.,gt-ifstr 511 t 1.21:-:sm-2, , . f- g Q.. L - yi! ,ii 1, A A ,L K V P ,.,, -.:.V A V W, .. ., ' -' ' Z? as 'L X ' .Ar U girly V , ' , f , fs 2-'-:" P fm' ' .,.. A i ' 'F Q ' ' v . r 55 1 -.3 Q ,ef , X ' 4 ,.1"'fi2m - , - - .s . 1 X V 2 K .1 .,f,.. f ,. ,?N,. .. X r ,I ,, . X' 1 2:5 rf-I ,nxt Ruud, Ruud, Ruiter, Sanders, Scmgster, Schomber, Stcrmper, Scholtens, Scheel. St. Charles, Sauders, Sands, Scales, Scholtens, Scott, Scott, Scheiern, Schei. Schoenmcxker, Schultz, Schubick. Schwcss, Sekeres, Sekeres, Selig, Sell, Shaffer. ff 3 -3 .1 i A4 io I 1 ,V X t, L Y! W 3 , x. wg, In Q 'T 1 'Z ls x x QQ, e , , Q 'L " :Tx 1 1 r A Q 5, A' . ... . K ,- -51:17, l ' 31? Af l Shepard, Swingler. Sievers. Siewert, Skiles. Skok, A, Smith, B. Smith, C. Smith. M. Smith, M. Smith, Snyder, Sovacool, Sponacs, Spaulding, Sprague, Start, Steggal. Stibiiz, Strand, Stratton, S.ra!ton, L. Stratton, Sumner, C. Sydnor, I, Sydnor, Takats. SOPHOMORE CLASS Tanner, Tayltr, TerHaar, Thompson, Thornberry, Timmer, Turner, Turrell, Unger. Valencourt, Vanderlaan, Vanderstelt, Vandervelde, VanderWeele, VanderWest, Vanhonkelaar, Vc nfyke, Vanliampen Vargo, Vertman, Veihl, Votaw, Vrablic, Wachsmuth, Walker, Walker, Wansten. Weaver, Wells, Wheaton, Whelpley, Williams, Wilks, Wilson, E. Wood, B, Wood. A-.. -w fs. 40 . , an . ...vz -"Q 'lb 'Yr l Q G. Wood, 1. Wood, Woodruff, Workman, Zctchariason, Zayaz, Zimmer, Zoratti. 3 e. ev , - W1 .5 li .en 0- FL 9 7 s H -3 ii- 1 .- 'Q 4 . f in J 2 ,, qi x 4 L.. Q3 .-. 1? :vw 'T -59- Q IN THE SERVICE OF THE NATION if Q "Iv X- s, I 'f " 1 'W T f"1.':: ' ------ ' ' "'54", J'-',-f l' V. .1 ' , -3 ' W! - 'V edit' .3 z b Asif, , X 3 I'fAf, ' lf. I- iff, "X 1' ' , Q 'M -. rf T . 5. '-ipf: A . t-52 , 53 , EQ gf, f tg ', , . it x W f.,N ,' V A 3, . f A - ' wo, W f 1, .qfyfj N. - X.. at . .. . . .-..M.1 '-I-l be t- f W '2 f. if fl Biff i J " ii. .fi X , X A ff .: wtf . .A tix a .5 ' iz? 'Q' ,f " ff: 'f-in--1 2 'E-1 " 'W' 1' ...-.-'flg'5t'. . f Wasil? ' we . ir? 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'A Ya "5 I 1 " 'ills ' IH! mt .Q -In , 2114 , - , 'ti .....-..- wgf- -.mt-f I ' 'ETL' an - Us-lisa ' - --M :si . F, ,.T,, , - is r ., Q , 2. up-K tan 4 Z -hw-r .. 5 :TIT " 8 ' .J'!!'?'Y3 i' ' , , 'iii fy .sp . .-.. 'nu w- 1 . . -is - ..,,, ACADEMICS "lt requires a great deal of reading, or 17. 'wide range of information, to warrant us putting forth our opinions on any serious sub-iect,' and tozthout such learning the most original mind may be able to dazzle, to amuse, to refute, to perplex, but not to come to any useful result or any t1'ustu'orthy conclusion." John Henry, Cardinal Nezoman. The luture ct the world will depend upon the peace after this war has ceased. The responsibility of a free universe in which to live will rest upon the shoulders cf the youth of today who will be the pillars of wisdom of tomorrow. To claim such respcnsibility will require a braod cmd adequate foundation ot knowledge of its citizens. This is the reason why every student in school today is required to enroll for such subjects as English language and literature. history, and other studies ot a social and humanitarian nature. Art, letters, and history are the foundation stones of civilization. They provide the conceptions, the philosophies. and the ccmmon sense needed to maintain order and peace everlasting. SCIENCE Srienee tSi-enst, n. ".-leeuniulated lfuozvletlge systematizecl and forziiulatvd with referenct' to the discovery of general truths or the oper- ation of general lau's." lVelrster's Collegiate Dictionary Science, to a scientist, is, like virtue, its own exceeding great reward. But it has a far-reaching implication. The more we learn about science, the mare, it seems. opens to use the broad avenues ot a hundred other realms oi thought. Every day someone makes a new discovery about the laws ot Nature. Students who are studying science today are not working on known laws only-they are looking forward into a GREAT UNKNOWN. Scientists of today in spite ot their great knowledge, stand on the threshold of even greater discovering than any yet known to man. What an adventure tor a youthful scientist! Here we have courses in biology, chemistry, physics, and general science. Who knows? Per- haps some boy or girl now working on fundamentals, may some day reveal to the world marvelous things. They will be called miracles, for a time. Maybe that 1, if X. is where religion and science meet. X. l MUSIC "The man that hath no music' in himself, Nor is not moved with concord at sweet sounds, Is fit for treasons, stratagems and spoils." Merchant of Venice, Act. V, Sc. 1, 1.83 There is hardly a man alive tor a woman, tor that matterl who does not enjoy some sort ot music. Music, it is said, speaks a universal language. For music is the foundation and the background for most entertainment, both now and in ancient times. It is a great morale builder. It can. in a few moments, bring joy or the sweetest sorrow. It can help erase scars of war-memories from distorted minds. We are fortunate here at school to have a wide range of music courses. Orchestra, band, glee club, a capella choir-all provide vehicles for every desire. All ot us, musicians or not, can appreciate the martial airs of the football field COMMERCE "A nian's success in business today turns upon his power of getting people to believe he has something that they want." Gerald Stanley Lee, Crowds, Elf. II, Cah. Commerce is business and business is what keeps the world revolving. Everyone of us is interested in some kind of profitable endeavor, some field ot work which will bring us an income to "keep body and soul together." When our tum comes, we go out to face the world. That is why in our schools today there are great opportunities tor discovering the thing which we can do best. When we go out into the realm of business, in competition with thousands oi have experience and training, perhaps even better than ours, it once evident that all we can leam in school will be to our benefit. others who becomes at Typing and clerical work is used even in the army and navy camps during this war. There are hundreds ot typewriters even on battleships. -72- and the rostrum. The sound of the national anthem sends a tingle down the spine. Yes, music hath charms lor us ali. CURRICULUM PHYSICAL EDUCATION "Play up, play up, and play the game." Author Ifnknozun The importance of good health cmd physical fitness is due to a great extent to regular daily exercise and proper diet. Whether in war or peace, it should be the everiasting a.m for everyone to keep himslf in "top shape". Our schools all over the nation play an important role in helping meet this goal. Every se n.ior boy is required to take half a year of senior gym to help get into condition cr army service. The course is not a real military program, but merely a "con- ditioner". The training is good and helps to make boys a bit more accustomed to scme of the military life many of them may have to undergo. It helps give the boys a pride in their health and fitness. Regardless of war or peace, physical education is essential in building a strong America. VOCATIONS "The ugliest of trades hare their moments of pleasure. Now, if I were a grave-digger, ar even a hangnzan, there are some people I roulrl 'work for with a great deal of enjoyment." Douglas Jerrold, in l'gly Trades Today, more than ever before, we are reminded on every side of the oppor- tunities that lie waiting in the field of vocational education and industry. Our greatest taskethe winning of the warfstill lies before us and it is industry and vocational pursuits which have made the mechanical side of this great endeavor possible. If it were not for defense plants, working day and night making arms and weapons for the war effort, we would be faced today with a great catas- trophe. However, because we have skilled workmen and efficient machines. we are on the winning side in this war. Here students may leam machine shop. printing, woodwork, and mechanical and architectural drawing. These students will be the builders for a greater America of tomorrow. HOME ECONOMICS "Every inrestigation zvlzielz is guided by principles of nature fixes its ultimate aim entirely on gratifying the stomach." .-lthenaeus, Bic. VII, Ch. 3. With the world in the shape it is today, we must all do everythi.ng possible to remain united and to share our resources fairly with others. "Others" means not only our friends in this country but our friends throughout the world wherever there is oppression and want. The men, women, and youth who are contribut- ing greatly to the war by working in a defense plant, must be kept in good physical condition. That is, if they intend to remain on the job. Food is the num- ber one factor in good physical condition, Clothing and shelter are others. tFor the part clothing plays, see "Style Show"9, The food we eat is important to us today and as a foundation for a strong future. Under Miss Cathryn Erit- meyer, the students here leam the fundamentals of nutrition and home cooking. . ,.-.- - gill MATHEMATICS "Mathematics takes 'us into the region of absolute necessity, to which. not only the actual world, but every possible world, must conform." Bertrand Arthur and lVill Russell, 18713 In our schools today there is a broad field for exploration in mathematics. For your election, are such courses as business arithmetic, algebra, advanced algebra, college algebra, plain geometry, solid geometry, and trigonometry. Iust the fact there are so many courses is reason why mathematics is with- out doubt one of the most essential factors in life. It enters into so many different phases of human endeavor. Math is a definite "positive" to be accentuated in almost every occupation. It is difficult to think of any work in which math does not play a large part. It plays a very decisive part i.n the war, because war today is a science, and science depends upon mathematics and the accuracy ot its mathematicians. Our pilots who fly planes to their goals of destruction. all use mathematics every day and night. Truly, math was, is, and will always be of great importance in the development of a finer, more efficient nation. 173-. POET'S CCRNER SUNSET AT LAKE MICHIGAN Il cxll it takes is ct sunset, and cx horizon to look towcxrd, cmd cx boat with ct soil ,... why, then. you cmd I and ull of us are Poets! TWILIGHT TIME When the heavens are aglow, And there is gold upon the snow, That is the time of day I often stop and say- I am unafraid of Dark. But while the world is like a spark There just can't seem To beg To me- A real reason for the Dark. -by Estel Brant OVER The blood was trickling from his heart. He was going now, he had done his part. Then as he looked up for his last time. "Tell Mom I was thinking of her and her kind. Of those back home who remember us boys, And realize these guns are more than just toysg Tell her to keep fighting in our neighborhood l'ntil this destruction is over for good." He took a deep breath and held fast to his chest, And continued telling his comrades the rest. "My pop, he, too, fought in a war, He said, they said. there wouldn't be no more. He had hopes for me, that dad of mine. He hadn't planned for this fight and grime." The tears had come now, as he thought of his brotherp The way he .oved him, he couldn't love another. "Tell Dau this isn't like the drills at school- There, they don't have the blood in pools. But Dan'll be brave, he's got to be! He's got to carry on, for mel" Then this boy on the battlefield, Already half covered with the U. S. shield. Buried his head in the troddeu sod, And I heard him whisper, "It's over, Thank God." -by Billie Brady THE PARSONS AWARD The Parsons Award for Poetry, a prize to be given each year to the writer of the best poem submitted by a student of Muskegon Heights High school, will be presented on Commencement night. The new award. made possible by a fund left by the late Mrs. S. R. Parsons. well known local merchant and poet, carries with it a mone- tary gift of fire dollars. A book of poems, "Tales of the Old Pioneer", by Mrs. Parsons, is in our high school library for those who would like to share her thoughts. The poems presented on this page, written by students, are not prize winning poems. The win- ning pocm will he announced later. These merely represent the crea- tive work of a few volunteers. Miss Julia A Sprague, chairman of the English department, handled submitted poems for the Parsons Award committee. FISHING I went fishing the other day. And what d.d I catch? you say. I caught a glimpse of a boat's white sail And the faint far call of a nightingale. I caught the smell of a fresh lake breeze And the shades of green in the forest trees. I caught the hum of bees in the air And restful moments of quiet prayer. -by Katherine M. Parsons THE DEAD YET LIVE Conceal the dead front the living Lest we mortals grow numb. Till our hearts cease to function, Uur tongues turn dumb. Yes, forget the bloody victims Of the Island of Bataan. The brutal treatment of the poor Beneath the tyrant's hand, And hide the casualty lists: Bury them deep in the earth, So the terror that fills the hearts of men Irerours and scorches the mirth. Yes, forget, and hide the worry, The fears we hold inside, So when the battle ceases We'll remember those who died. gby Jeanne Sweet LOVE OF NATURE I like to walk through woodlands green, Where naught of mortal works is seen, Then all the world is far away And noises of the busy day Becomes a brook song. sweet and clear. To rest beneath some shady fir, While playful winds the branches stir, And birds in yonder beechnut tree Iliscuss the Being that they see Brought to their home by nature's lure. If I could only stay with these. The birds, the hills, the brook, the trees, I know that I would be content With every happy hour spent With nature. God's own diocese. -by Bill I-Ioekenga DIGGING A WELL Water was scarce on the prairies And in trying to dig a well I had the strangest experience I ever heard any man tell. I dug and I dug. day after day, But the hole was always dryg One day, almost frazzled out I wanted to swear, or cry. I stood in the bottom nf the hole Trying to rest a spell. When down beneath my tired feet, I heard a Chinese woman yell. And then I hear her plainly say, "Please respect my wishes: Quit your digging now I pray: Dirt is falling on my dishes." -Tales of the Old Pioneer, by Katherine M. Parsons ,74- -,...... .1-gg , ,, 1' - Nl' H ..- ,, -A-4f"" 1' Wg5,,..0ul: --m...,,M. ,fu if ' -f',l . A ' , A ,ff If V e 12' -fu -"""f'L-- 'J 353' gif, V 11 ' "Wi" 7 :DI-L7 fff -' FN WI f f-'Lf-'zff-' 'Y' if -'W F, .f L- -I " ' p wg +5 fv pf V 'M . L Qu ,gn Ayfl. Y 5, ,,,, - W7 ,V am 'W ' T M fx . 1 I V7 QL 1 1' P1 U ' Q1' A f ?1! 1 xt WJf3 - ., I - f,elg..,,5,,.3 1 1 1' K hi .tx A , 1. -Q NBAA- Q5 . 'M X. 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Eberly, Guthrie, Ferris, Valencourt Steenhagen, eller, Unger LaFlame, Hendricks, esky, Pu Dotson, Rib it, Carslake, Bu Bullis, VCU' X' G Sw W1 Second Ro berlain. d Putnam. CID son, Evans, r, Will Boelkins, Keamey, Kessle sgrave. he, Mu CIC er, Zura, Hansen, M ern w:W Ro First ORCHESTRA Back Row: Schroeder, Fekette, LaF1ame, Cole, Fitch, DePoy, Voss, Slentz, Willson, Klimo, Vanderveen. Front Row: Courtright, Lukas, Strand, Hornyak, Fredericks, Culver. Scales. Courtright Wemer The musical sounds issuing from the auditor- ium at 9 a.m. every morning belong to violins, flutes, 'ce1los, and other instruments which make up the orchestra. Not quite as large as in former years, the orchestra nevertheless has presented us with some very fine music under direction of Mr. Gayle A, Churchill. It is traditional for the orchestra to play every year for the Iunior and Senior plays, and for the Baccalaureate service which starts off the graduation exercises. The orchestra also plays for assemblies and outside of school organizations. Begun in 1922, by Miss Nina B. Coye, the orchestra had in the next seven years, tour instructors, and in 1933 was taken over by Mr. Courtright, its director until fall of 1943 when it was turned over to Mr. Paul Schulze, and then to Mr. Churchill under Whose guidance it has progressed for the last year and a half. A CAPELLA CHOIR Top Row-Beauleaux, Knopf, Kieth, Doctor, Werner. Barding. Kessl, McPheron, Stariha, Bush. Demos, Wilks, Hunter, Hulka. Second Row--Demos, Rolison, Courtright, Swett, Walters, Brown, Roqoski. Shugars, Batchelder, Reimersma. Larabee. Bottom Row-Seylerth, Lukas, Start, Grammel, Musgrave. White. Mr. Churchill. Director, Wheaton, Haiker, Boone, Hendricks. Hislop. Visscher. Perhaps the most all-around organiza- tion in our school, the A Capella Choir, Well deserves the record it has made for itself. It was begun a year and a half ago im., 1 Q by Mr. Churchill, its director. Almost im- 556' mediately after the choir was formed, it ' Xt if ,Qfg adopted for its theme the difficult "Emitte i""'fWu ' Spiritum Tuum", by Ioseph Schuetky. His Shadow Mr. Churchill Two concerts were given in the course of the year. one at Christmas time and a spring concert in May. The choir sings at assemblies and is quite busy also during graduation week. Singing outside of school is done almost as much as for school programs. In December, the choir had an audition and made a program transcription for our local station WKBZ. The members also attended the district choir festival at Grand Rapids, which was conducted by the eminent Noble Cain. The choir shows promise of a great future. GLEE CLUB Back How: Kiss. Williams, Guthrie, LaNore. Lee, Lapajczyk, Vrablic, Wood. Sekeres, Iavinsky, Hiemersma, Shugars. Bottom Row: Doza, Ienson, Bleich, LaFlame, Taylor, Privasky, Myers, Garland, Groenevelde, Visscher, Start, Pehr. Hudson. Twenty-six girls were enrolled in the Glee Club at the beginning of the term. They meet every other day the first hour in the morning. The group this year is composed, for the most part, of tenth grade students. Singing tor social functions, assemblies, and sometimes for non-school organizations, is a part of the Work of the Glee Club. ASX V Riemersmcx One of the main problems Glee Club students are trying to solve is getting more students interested in enrolling for the next term. If you are interested, just ask those who belong and find out what a "swell" group this is to belong to, and to be proud of, also! Millicent Ann Riemersma is the accompanist. She proved her ability by doing a fine job. Mr. Gayle Churchill is director, and an accomplished musician and leader. ..79.. THEY ADD COLOR Drumrmai or Ieanne Wurtz Color Guards Knopf, Winnick, Robinson, Beauleaux 5:5 Qs Flag Twirlers Shugars, Koonsman MAI ORETTES Koonsman, Emerson, Kuenzie, Shugars. Appel. fCaroIine Iensen was absent when this photo was takenl. -.801 gEORENSICS Mary Demitropoulos-lst in Local Dramatic Decla- mation: lst in District Dramatic Declamation: lst in Local Oratorical in 1944: and lst in District Oratorical in 1944: 2nd in Regional Dramatic De- clamation. Billie Brady-2nd in Local Dramatic Declamation: 2nd in District Dramatic Declamation: lst in Local Oratoiical in l943: 2nd in District Oratorical in 19437 2nd in Local Dramatic Declamation in 1944: lst in District Dramatic Declamation in 1944. tSeniorl Ieanne Booker-lst in Local Oratoricalg lst in Dis- trict Oratorical Declamation. tSophD Delores Bleich-2nd in Local Oratorical: Znd in Dis- trict Oratorical Declamation. tSophJ Harriet Hague-lst, Local Original Oratory: partici- pated in 19445 Debate Team, 1944. tluriiorl Vivian Sterling-2nd, Local Original Oratory: lst in District Original Oratoryi participated in 1944. tluniorl Teryl Shaw-lst, Local Extemporaneous: lst in Dis- trict Extemporaneous: participated in 1944. tSeniorJ Douglas Premo-2nd in Local Extemporaneous. Uuniorl l ...81-. ,, A 'Q V ,-., . 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"2" SPRING GREEN f l' i by Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements 7 Directed by Miss Iulia Royse and E. W. Gillaspy I , . Nina Cassell ....,,...,.....i.................................,.,...,.......... Helen FIedriCkS I C V, Q ' Mrs. Rumble ..i....... ........... B etty Boelkins lxx . I - Scootie Cassell ,,,,.,.. ........ M cxgdeline Egyed A A 1 g' Mr. Putnam ..,,,,,... .........,...,, B ob Gerst Q . . , 5 ' A Tony Cassell ..,,,., .......,.,., M ary Hughes :H-14-' - ' Pinkie Ames ...i. ..... L orraine Moore . t , - Dunk Doyal ..,...... .i.....,,, I ohn Tompkins ' Q Binq Hotchkiss ...... ....... C Omen Winnick l if Genevieve Jones ,,.,,,,. -----.-w B Grbum Loberg 1 - Maier Todd ----------- v- ..........,. Tom Dcxmm l T. Newton 'Ijodd .i.,..... Don Hastings Eulcr Hotchkiss ....i,,.,,, -'--.-y--.,.A--.v S ue Appel I Dr- Lllthef Blodgeff ---4--- ......... C harles Thielbar X , Q A L, , Omcer Ryan "------------- ..i........ 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Vivian ..,..... ..........Iack Keamey .........Lany Iohnson .......,.Austin Craymer .......Ianice Rogoski ..,,,,....Peggy Pedler ......'...Mcrrcie Moran ...,........Ianet Spurlock ........Athens Dendrino -33- Q D' 1.1, hifk gr 1, ', fx-X i '41 ix "E f i 4.- ' 3 K " I 1 ! 7 , f Ni ' if P-3" VV232' ..s: 1' v lf eff? flifi TP- f-'V F'-'l 2 1 N1 ' f as " 5' -1 xx 2,-bfi? 1 1 t 1 J, g.g'HD'?5!s ff f mi- r. I LW 5' .Di in i A 5 1 N A Helix I- x X ' x ., af- ' ' Qwigii ffl z "2" iifife -iiffil' SN Qi? QQ QI " .Ba STYLE SHOW 41 41 41 Mcmak. Maycroit, Musk, Margis Iensen Each year the students of Miss Mina MOIIlS'S clothing classes get together before school is out for the year and style some piece of cloth- ing they have made during the semester. The War has made many changes in the ma- terials and the results that have been turned out here at school are amazing. Many girls have made jackets and suits from their Miss Morris brother's old ones. The clothing drive here at school was evidence enough of the willingness of the Heights High students to help the needy in foreign countries Who aren't fortu- nate enough to be able to make their own clothes or even buy new ones. Therefore, everyone can see that clothing is a very important factor in every- one's life. ...84-. 1. . '- -A 2 .. 'A V "Z: 'ly-.4 .L I " ,V-,5I' I I VF I 9 'V-' V " . K ' ., - VL Ii Il' Y' IE, :NI ' 43. . V--,.I , .LI .,I "" W ifmw' -- ,Ip -5 ..- - 1 A " -M N . '-W fl?-i""' U 5 mx'- . - ' V I V '44 -' ' .'V. , 'L' - 17' '1"a. 'H .5 f- "A ' i rw- . . '- 9. 'H ,,,,I.g..'., ' Hg. R ', 1 ' -- V , 'v.'f',4 u' If- -. ww iff ' a 4 if V- ' 'V . . , . . I . ,A . . I . .k ,. 'agp-'.gy ,J V Ii. as V .ap V, .1 1 , , It ,, ,:,., . ,Vw -V. . . , 4 Q ,I. -1- '-,W . J .' V , WJ 'J ' "F: w 47 V A- r 'A V ' ' ' . E J I "tl 'il' V ,g . .-K r 'N 'f:."',- ' ' :J A '!'EM"x 57 1+ 7 V- 'fl -I ' ' i f ' 1 'i '. 'TF . I ' V if , -1. " U Vi -. --"'I.f " . 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I I ,I I 9 I 3, II , . :1IL.:,f I I V- mf E I wiv7bf ,' .HIL , 1.1-1 Q-Ai " ' ,vm 1. .-mv' 'L ' 7""T7' ' . -'4g'7'5.G!lf5e.f .. p- .Q -. ' ig .15 - 5. f -' m' ,'y gs- Vai' J , QQEFI-j V.: 41" ,' - - 'f,"Q0 I, 'Q gi I'f'ff.1- 5, .I- .c " 1: , if '3l5lQ' :AI 3325, I fi? , Ii,.3I .1:,. I. . an .IL - r - If- 9-,, ' 1 1' I L, 5 . , ,,,I xg . A . Tr. V. ' 'jul ' . ' 2 5' ' I -f 45 351 EDICATIO ir'k'kirir1k !"s . .' --1--'w l , .1-.-- - A K irir'kirir'k Miss Florence Kurtz Gnd. give me sympathy and sense, A-lnd lzvlp me fo lcon-1: my vourugc I1 iglz ,' Gnd, give mt' calm and t'0?If'fCIC1lf't', Afzrl-plcusc-fr fzviulflc' in my eye. -by .lla rgrz ret Da Hey To you, Miss Florence M. Kurtz, We, the Class ot '45, dedicate this volume of The Oaks. For your twenty-three years of loyal, faithful service, for your understanding, patient guidance: and for your Wonderful sense of humor, we as a class are grateful. You will live forever in the hearts of all who have come to know you. ACTIVITIES C5122 4 l l -l 1 l l Top: Bosch, Norris, Thielbar, Gerst, McClure, Frick, Cater, Norwood, Winnick, Werner, Boone. Middle: Begley, Fredricks. Bleich, Lukas, McConnell, Parment'r, Appel, Praskac, Kropi, Milner, Mr. Verduin fadvisorh, Iohnson. Bottom: Putnam, Wattrick, Hughes, Craymer, Stegeman fPresidentl, Lundberg, Boelkins, Ruiter, Broadbent, Miss Donna Bolt tadvisorl. STUDENT COUNCIL The purpose of the Student Council is, brieily, to provide a greater oppor- tunity ior co-operation in this high school, and a greater measure of stu- dent control. The Council was re-orga- nized and the Constitution amended in September. Representatives now are chosen from each 10 o'clock class. Officers elected by the student body are: President, Iames Stegernan: Austin Craymer, vice-pres.: Arlene Lundberg, sec'y. The Council makes the school calendar, regulates the students, ap- proves dance guest lists, and sponsors all-school functions such as the "Bond live" and the "Bobby Sox Brawl." Miss Donna Bolt and Iames Verduin are advisors. LIBRARY CLUB The aim of the Library Club is to help the library serve the school more efficiently by doing certain kinds of work which might not get done if the librarian had no assistance. It is a big job to run a library. That's where the Club comes in. To join, a student must spend an hour a day working in the library. and be in good scholastic standing. It is an active club. This year its members gave several cookie sales, May tea for the Mothers, put on dis- plays of souvenirs from soldiers, took a trip through the An Gallery, County Museum, and staged parties. Officers are: President, Billie Brady: vice-pres., Alice Groeneveld: secretary, Maxine Kulesai treasurer, Yvonne Iensen. -95- BOOSTER CLUB To boost all school 'ctivities and promote interest in all tonns oi activi- ties for the betterment of the school is the purpose oi this active club. In ac- cordance with its purpose, the Booster Club members sold candy at home toot- ball and basketball games. The Club planned and presented the Pep Assem- bly for the annual Muskegon-Muskegon Heights Football game. Club members served at the annual football banquet. A semi-ionnal, femme-invite dance call' ed "Holiday for Swing" was sponsored by the club. Iuniors and Seniors who have a scho- lastic record ot "B" or higher and have 500 gym points or more, may join. The Constitution limits the number of mem- bers to 25. Otiicers are: President, Gere aldine Schatz: vice-pres., Teryl Shaw: sec'y., Arlene Lundberg: and treas.. Helen Ruiter. Miss Maxine Cobb is ad- visor. .- "V . 1 7 . . .- . , . 1 pt 41155, - f1 1fi"i' ' "I "6 1---T---f Q - AQ-- ACTIVITIES ,7,,, 1. 1 ...8'7.. GIRL RESERVES Girl Reserves is a department of the Young Women's Christian Association for Iunior and Senior High school girls. It is a world-wide organization. The Girl Reserve symbol is a triangle within a circle. The triangle represents three-told development of body, mind, and spirit. Each point of the triangle touches the circles, symbolizing the world in which we live. The purpose ol the Club is to iind and give the best. "Face life squarely" is the slogan. Several dances were sponsored, and speakers secured. Officers are: Presi- dent, Helen Fredricks: vice-pres., Betty Boelkins: sec'y., Ioe Ann Reid: treas., Shirley Slentz. ACTIVITIES 0 -33- FRENCH CLUB Under leadership and guidance of Mrs. Ruth Kile, the French club was formed. a constitution adopted, and of- iicers elected. This is the first year, as far as records show, that the French club was duly organized with a con- stitution. There have been French clubs, however, in other years. The Club contributed much for the benefit oi the school. It displayed a collection of articles for the show case, held a Christmas party and a dance, "La Danse de Coeurs". Miss Purchase. librarian, spoke to the club, giving them information about France. Meetings are held every Wednesday. alternating with noon and after-school meetings. At each meeting a program is presented. The club is open to all who possess a knowledge of French. Officers the second semester are: Presi- dent, Tia Thalas: vice-pres., Virginia DeBruin: sec'y., Ieane Darke: treas., Mollie Walters. HI-Y CLUB The Hi-Y Club is a department of the Young Men's Christian Association. As such. it has a world-wide contact and is open therefore only to a group of boys who wish to qualify. The Hi-Y motto is create, maintain. and extend throughout the school and community a high standard of Christian character. This year the Club jointly with the Girl Reserves sponsored several speak- ers for our student body. Officers of the Club are: President, Cornell Win- nick: vice-pres., Tom Damrn: sec'y., Larry Iohnson: treas., Charles Norwood: sergeant-at-arms, Bill Hoekenga. Dor- man Post is advisor of the group. THE OAKS 1-'X W5 Mr. Bolt Editor Shaw Editor Brady Cmeditor Degmin OAKS EDITORIAL, ART, PRINTING STAFFS ,r Co-editor Thalas ' 1:14. A i . . x"X ,K , Nm - L Rx ' . . a -. 5 . ,f pg w T X. .- o . , Q Q V , Q 15-V, Q 2. pa A i s 5 A . '... X . . V X fx - A X Y x , ' til MI. POS! Mr, Murrqy My, Kgehn Miss IOhI1SOIl Sf f, T . . 1? 'Q - 0 Standing: Branch, Leatherman, Fowler, Kushner, McClellan, Sohasky, Teuling, Tanner, Taylor, Derby. Second Row: Sweet, Alexander, Kristofetz, Thompson, Wattrick. Cook, Campbell, Courtright, Shaw, Simoncik. Seated: Thalas, Hughes, Kovarcik, Beth, Domer, Brady. Pelfresne, Wurtz, Loberg, DeBruin. -89- '4 I .pt ff: ,K CJ Atl! S S IJ B S CIIR I P T'I CD DI S T Il F F Oaks subscriptions this year totalled 1500. Paul Cook was U the leading salesman of the boys, and Teryl Shaw was the girls' Q S leader. 'K sa. A This is the first year that the boys were ahead every day of the drive. Because they were such good salesmen, it is a tradition of the school for the girls to give the boys a party if they lose. The party this year Was under the direction of the girls' captains, Pat Montgomery and Doris Coffman. As usual, the pG1'lY WGS CI gI'eGl SUCCESS. Mr. Peterman Standing: tnumher of subscriptions sold in parenthesesl Bybee 1409. McClure 1323, Cook C631 Camp f20l. Zuidema K25l, Shaw 1323. Sitting: Capt. Coffman 4103, Capt. Montgomery CBD, Sub-manager Mary Fletcher 1283, Capt. Gerst 1101, Capt. Minarovic CBJ. -90- 3 OAKS ADVERTISING STAFF The advertising staff of this year's Oaks wishes to thank the merchants and business men of Greater Muskegon for their help and cooperation in making this year's annual a success. The business men realize that the Oaks is an excellent form ' of advertising since it is read by more than a thousand persons -Y -not once but many times, -and by thousands of relatives of these same persons. "'-um k N, We hope that through your efforts to help us, We, in turn, help you and your business some day. Good will is a com- modity of inestimable value. Mr. Cobb i 1 l r I t it "' l V l Top Row: Mr. Cobb tadvisorj, Letcher Cone of best team salesme nl, Plumhoif, Buchan, Thompson, Loomis. Middle Row: Hughes, Loberg, Boone, Wurtz. Beth, Fredezicks, Pel iresne. Bottom Row: Damm, Carlson Cone oi best team salesmenl, Dome r, Shaw lbest individual salesmcml, Montgomery, Robinson. -91- ' ' ' ' ' .Im ACORN AND S-raw , 'W' Th ACORN . of 9' 1- -H.. at ,,'. tt.,.,m.1,. cm, ram um-..- '3 l'! :'5"""'1?f" """1-Qi'f':95"f"'1iY "-Fi .-4... N Jack Stegzman To Heed Conn :il F EFVE-AiSAYf. sis llfQL'OPiEiS9PHtfJhlC'RE" A f A ..::4 2:13:23 H:,i.'r.' ' .::r:: o'9f"""3"" . '7 SQMW-1 rsisseeefie AS ZR 225+ ..':.,i' if '--- . . 1 'T V, - .1 '.V..:-' - of 2, . "M :.::":, 1 ' ' '- -"' 'A -fT'."" 0.-V..-.... r-,-..:, 1 - ,.. .,, ., - -.,....,.v.. -,....- -..- .. 1 nfs ': -Y M..- ,,.,,,,, -...- .,. -xv. 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The season was not only successful irom the games won point of view, but also from the stand- point ot attendance. A record crowd ot 16,869 journeyed to Phillips Field to see our Tigers in action, a season average of 3,374 per game. The Bengals not only paid off the balance on the lights, but grossed enough profit to plan improve- ments. The battle-scared turf at Phillips field is in tor a "face-lifting", and permanent bleachers cap- able of seating a thousand spectators Will be erected on the West side of the gridiron.


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