Muskegon Heights High School - Oaks Yearbook (Muskegon Heights, MI)
- Class of 1958
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Wally Herrala recovers a fumble in Benton Harbor game.
Here Ossie McCarty receives a pass
from Dan Wright to close the scoring
Tom O'NeiI rounds end to score against Alpena. for ihe evening.
Top Row: Coach G. Bolthouse, P. Baldwin, U. Grissham, C. Kitchka, C. Peterson, A. Ander-
son, B. Pormelee, J. Grant, J. Berry, D. Fowler, Coach R. Thies.
Third Row: C. Jackson, J. Fulton, B. Howe, L. Vanderstelt, R. Klopp, D. Hylen, C. Wirschem,
D. Benninger, C. Donley, E. Meister, H. Minott.
Second Row: D. Barberini, J. VanFossen, D. Zuithot, M. Hunter, J. Reid, E. Pace, J. Kooyers,
J. Jonas, R. Veihl, P. Bartels, E. Jackson.
Front Row: R. Wade, T. Robinson, R. Jones, R. Carter, T. Harrington, P. Kelley, D. Murray,
R. Terpstra, L. Sain, L. Miller.
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So for as the Reserves are con-
cerned, Coach Bolthouse is tops. His
record speaks for itself, not only this
Year but over the past several years.
20 G. R. Union O
13 G. R. Creston 0
20 Holland 0
l 9 Reeths-Putter l 3
'I9 Muskegon C. C. l3
19 Grand Haven 7
33 Benton Harbor 12
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Top--Luick, Wirschem, Kelly, Jackson, Sims, Myers.
Middle-Coach Johnson, Scott, O'Neil, Roberson, Clark, Christenson, Hubler, Mgr. Jonas,
Front-McCarty, Olive, Young, Robinson, Cook, Wright, Mgr. Terpstra.
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71 G. R. Union-5I
60 G. R. Central-52
64 G. R. Christian-56
56 Grand Haven-44
62 Muskegon C. C.-41
47 Benton Harbor-5'l
5I Grand Haven-37
63 Muskegon C. C.-52
57 G. R. Ottawa-5I
59 Benton Harbor--5I
59 G. R. South-58
50 Grand Haven-47
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foot seven John Nelson of Grand Rapids Central
for a basket.
"Come on, let go of that ball!" says Gene Young
to himself as he struggles for the rebound . . . and
Ron Robinson once again out-finesses the opposi- Ever Wonder how Ronny Robinson manages to
tion, as Dan Wright, No. 40, looks on from behind Sink S0 mony? Take a look. Here goes Ron 'way
gnd Gene Young is qbouf 10 ask No, 21 when the up into the air for another two points . . . this
bqllef is all qbout, time against Muskegon Catholic Central. Whish! It's
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Top-Wirschem, Edwards, Hylen, Doxey, Peterson
Middle-Coach Schaude, Kelly, Murray, Wade, Sireeiing, Bass, Mgr. Harrington.
Front Row-Robinson, Veihl, Hunter, Howe, Valuck.
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Muskegon C. C.
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Top Row - Assistant Coach, Mr. Morehouse, Carter, Reid, Kimball, Robinson, Wood
Fifth Row - Young, Myles, McMurray, Hughes, Sain, Edwards, Hunter, Ross, Anderson
F0Ul'fl1 ROW- Van Fossen, Vqndersfelf, L. Miller, Hathaway, R. Miller, Carlson, Baldwin, Grisham,
Hulka, Coach Rudy Il'teIS
Third Row - Scranton, Coffin, E. Jackson, Brewster, Andre, Bass, Rowe, Kelley
Second Row - Hendrick, Wirschem, Lange, C. Jackson, Guillemot, Crowder, Whittaker, Wright,
Front Row 4 O'Neil, Herrala, Luick, Scott, Borgeson, Roberson, Boylan, Cook
. Apr. 9 Muskegon C. C. 6116 Muskegon Hts. 47V2
Tr G C k G n d F I d Apr. 16 Kalamazoo 70, Musk. Hts. 64'6, Allegan 37,
Apr. 17 Muskegon Hts. 86, North Muskegon 23
Apr. 23 Muskegon 56V2, Muskegon Hts. 52W
Apr. 27 Central Relays lMuskegon Hts. 4 points!
, Apr. 30 Muskegon C. C. 60 275, Muskegon Hts.
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May 2 Conference Meet Musk. 56 1!6, Hts. 49 1f3,
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xl, May 10 Regional Muskegon Heights Tie for fourth, 21
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I Muskegon 69, Musk. Hts. 50, Musk. C. C. 50,
North Musk. 14
May 15 Muskegon Hts. 81, Grand Haven 27
May 18 State Meet Muskegon Hts. 6 points
May 25 John Bos Relays 3rd unofficial Musk. Hts. 28
'A points ldefeated both Muskegon and Muske-
gon C. C. in this meetl
May 30 Tom O'Neil received invitation to the Champion
of Champions meet at Kalamazoo.
2nd 100 yds-10.05
Grand Haven 2
Muskegon Catholic 4
Grand Haven 5
Muskegon Catholic 2
Muskegon Christian 1
North Muskegon 4
North Muskegon 4
Benton Harbor 'I
Top Row - Walker, Barrett, Donley, Bennett, Chvala, Cheeks, Malone, Klopp
Fourth Row - Clark, Williams, Streeting, Matthews, Murray, Wade, Christensen, Watson, Coach
Third Row - Norkus, Barberini, Howes, Vargas, Peterson, Jonas, W. Johnson, W. Strickler
Second Row - Hylen, Harrington, Fulton, Youth, Bishop, Banks, R. Johnson, Christopher, Veihl.
Front Row - Balgooyen, Oliver, Hubler, Rinard, Iverson, Wright, Weaver, Robinson, D. Strick-
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Hugh Campbell Ffedflfik FGUST Harold W. Pearman Mr. Verduin Superintendent Strong
James W. Verduin
Mr. Verduin, we feel as though you are one of
our high school teachers, probably because we see
you in our school quite often and we know you did
teach here not too long ago. May we wish you
continued success as Administrative Assistant to the
Superintendent. We shall leave this school in a few
days and go out into the world, or continue our
studies in college. We are thankful for our Board
of Education and Administrators, who helped us
along the way.
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Top Row - Fife, Hammond, Kelley, Crandall, Parmalee
Middle Row - Coach John Sydnor, Hanson, Peterson, McLemore, Wilkins, Sabourin
Front Row - Doxey, Stein, Jackson, Peterson, Helmus, Thompson
, 1957 TENNIS
Te n n I S Tigers Opponents
0 Grand Haven 7
l Muskegon Christian 6
0 Holland 7
O Muskegon 7
'T' T' ' 7 North Muskegon 0
2 Muskegon Christian 5
0 Grand Haven 7
O Holland 7
l Muskegon 6
7 North Muskegon 0
3 Allegan 4
Greater Muskegon Tournament
West Michigan Christian 8
Muskegon Heights 6M
North Muskegon 0
Our doubles team of Dan Wright and Jerry Austin were
outright champions for 1957.
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Director of Athletics
Dr. Ralph V. August Mr. Huttenga and Mr. Gillaspy
Team PhYsician Faculty Managers
Scholarship DONOF "Got your ticket. folks?"
FIFTH REGIONAL CROWN IN A Row
Here we see our Tigers receiving our fifih consecutive Closs "A" Regional trophy
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Acme Hardware ........
A. Krautheim .................
Alcorn Beauty College .......
Alfred J. Hunter 81 Co ...,....
Allsteak Lunch .............................
Alstrom Construction, lnc ......,..........
American Coil Spring Co ....................
Anderson Plumbing 81 Heating Co ......
Arbor Floral Company ....................
Barberini Food Market ..............
B. F. George Storage Co ........
Bill Stern's Steak House ..............
Blrd's Music Co ...........................,.....
Bob Moore's Texaco 8. Marine ........
Boelkins Super Market .................
Boer Hardware ...,....................
Browne Morse . ...........,................ ..
Brundage Drug Store .......................
Brunswick, Balke, Collender Co .........
Budd Jewelry Co. ........................ -....
Buel's Shoe Store ................................... ......
Cal Johnson's Camera Shop 81 Stu
Campbell Wyant 8K Cannon Found
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Carl's Super Market ............................... ......
Certified Concrete, Inc ..,......................
C. Felt Studio ...................
Clyde Hendrick Realtor .....,..
Coca Cola Bottling Co .........
Cole Bakeries ...................
Columbia Studio ......,......
Connsumers Power Co. ....... .
Continental Motors Corp. .... .
Cooper Flower Shop .....,..........
Coscarelli Concessions ..,..............
Damm Hardware .......
Dana Printing Co. ...... .
D 81 C Stores, lnc .....,..................
Daniels Co. ................................... .
Dave Johnston's Texaco Service .......
Davies Construction Co. ..,......,..... .
Dawes Florist .........,....................,.......
Derby Rambler Sales ............................. ......
Derby's Food and Produce Market ......... ......
Doo Drop lnn, Inc .................................
Economy Hardware ...... .........
Fa rr View Dairy ....... .........
Fischer Hardware ..........
Fred Knack Ford, lnc. .... .
Fredricks Lumber Co... ..
Fritz Drug Store ..... .......,.....,........
Galy, Real Estate ........................,
Getty Food Market .............,......
Gibson Sheet Metal Co ...,............
Grossman's, Inc. .............. ,. .....
Hackley Union Nat'l Bank 81 Trust
Co ....... ......
Hahn Pharmacy ........,............................ .......
Hall Electric Co. .............................,.. .
Hansen Town House .....
Hansen's Drive In ,.... ...... ........ . .
Hansen's Ice Cream ..... . ..........., ....,....
Harvey-Cooper Insurance Agency .......
Harwood - Nelson ............................
Hasper's Save-Mor Market ...........
Heineman Pharmacy .............
Highland Park Dairy Co ..........
Home Loan Company, Inc .........
Hoppe's Super IG A Market .....,...
Jay 81 Son .....,................,...........
J. H. Lee 81 Son Hardware ........................ .......
Jiroch Candy and Tobacco Co ......................
John Wood Co.-Bennett Pump Division .....,. .......
Johnny Crowell's Used Cars ...................... .......
John's Super Service .......,..................... ......
J. S. Anderson Packing Co., lnc .......,.
Keith Tool 81 Engineering .......... T24
Ken Br Beas .............................. T52
Lakey Foundry ...................................... T42
Lakos Restaurant and Charcoal Hearth T44
Langlois Stores ..................,................... T29
LaNore's Grocery ................................,. T42
Lee Funeral Home ................. ...... T T9
Lee Harding, Photographs ...................... T47
Lloyd J. Bell, Realtor .............................. T34
Frank Lockage Store for Men and Boys ......, ...... T 60
Malvin's Jewelry .................................. T53
Manning, Maxwell and Moore, Inc ....... T37
Martin Coal and Supply Co ................. T31
McClary's Market ................. T22
Meier Cleaners, Inc. ...... T52
Meister Feed Store ........... TT6
Meyer Music House ............ T40
Michigan Bowling Center ....... T43
Milady's ...........................,,. T53
Mills lce Cream Co ............ . T60
Marry Carlson's Toy-Town ............ T20
Morton Manufacturing Co. ................ T38
Murn Bros. Garage ...........,...............,.. TTB
Muskegon Federal Savings and Loan,... T42
Muskegon School of Business ................ T53
Muskegon Theatres ........................... T26
Myers Service ...................................... T21
National Lumberman's Bank ..........,..... T3T
Nibble-A-Scrib-Nib ................................ T44
Norge Division-Borg Warner Corp ...,... T38
Paine, Webberl Jackson 8: Curtis ........ T34
Parson's Department Store ............... T54
Patterson's Grocery ...................,.. T20
P. B. Service .....................,.. T26
Peterson Coal Co. ................ T20
Peterson's Shell Service ...,................,... T30
Port City Candy 81 Tobacco .................. T35
Professional Photographers Association.. T32
Pyle Pattern 81 Manufacturing .............. TT8
Quality Aluminum Casting Co ....... TT4
Quality Beverage Co. .........,....... T48
Radium Photo Service .,...................... T54
Reliable Trucking 81 Crane Service ...... T58
Remwolt Cleaners .............................. T55
R. J. Quigley, Draperies ................... T3T
Robinson Lincoln-Mercury, lnc ..........,.. T58
Rudy 81 Bud's Friendly Service ..,........... T27
Ruiter Bros. Plumbing 81 Heating Co... T33
Sanitary Dairy Company ,...,...,.. ........ T 27
Scott - Tiapkes .......................... T44
Sealed Power Corp. ...... T46
Shaw Walker Co. ....... T34
Snowhite Baking Co. ........ T55
Socks Sabin Cleaners ....... T35
Square Clothing Co. .... TT6
Stariha Agency ........... T40
Steve's Beauty Shop .... TT6
Sutton's Pharmacy ...., TT7
The Camera Shop ............ .T25
The Commercial Press ...,... .T23
Tomlinson's Barber Shop ......, .T3T
Tourcotte Studio ,......................, .T33
Tump's Pok-A-Bout Gift Shop ....... .T56
Upton Realty .......................... H130
Vandervelde's Furniture Co. ..... H3
Voss Hardware ............................. ,121
Votaw's Radio Electric Service ..,............ ,156
Wansten Pharmacies ......,.................................... ........ T 36
Western Michigan Outboard Sales 8. Service ................ TT8
Whittington's Barber Shop .,.....,....,...................... ........ T 56
Windatt - Pontiac .................,......,..................... ......., T 57
Wittkopp Tool Company ...... ,,,,,,, 'I 21
Wolverine Express, Inc. ..,.. ,,,,,,, 'I 56
W T R U .......................... .,..... T 56
Yeager's Barber Shop .... -TT4
Yonker Supply Co. ....... -T58
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CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF T958
Expert Home Planning ancl Decorating
Service for New Homemakers . .
Louise Sternburgh and Wallace Herrala of the T958 graduating class, visit
our store and confer with any of the members of our decorating statt, on our
home planning and decorating service. We olter this expert service without
cost to all homemakers and invite you to come in for further details.
Serving "Greater Muskegon" Over Forty-one Years
"WHERE YOU'LL DO BETTER IN QUALITY AND PRICE"
BROADWAY AT FIFTH MUSKEGON HEIGHTS
CARES SUPER MARKET
ox BROADXVAY SINCE 1891
Choice Mcats, Groceries
Prmlufc, Frozen Foudb
Cufds Bakery Dejzartmcrzlf
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Producers of Nor1FerIos
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Cal ,loimsoifs Camera
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For Lippoimincm cgill 2-BEN'
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TAKE OUT SERVICE
Served High School SI'ucIen'rs for Over a
KIDDY RIDES MINIATURE -IRA
MINIATURE GOLF COURSE WCRLD'S BEST BEACHES
PfinCiPGl H. A. Kruizenga
As we of the Senior Class of l958
bid a fond farewell to our high school
days, we would like to express a sin-
cere appreciation and heartfelt thanks
.J you, Mr. Kruizenga, for your
patience, hard work, and loyalty to-
ward all of us during our stay here.
For those of you who don't know
our Principal, we'll tell you a little
about him. He was born in Spring Lake,
Michigan, and was graduated by
Grand Haven High School. He receiv-
ed his Bachelor of Arts degree from
Hope College, and his Master's degree
from the University of Michigan. He
taught for three years in Kentucky be-
fore coming to Muskegon Heights more
than 20 years ago. He coached Tennis
and Reserve Basketball, and was ack-
nowledged as a very fine instructor in
Latin. He has served as Principal since
l953, being the second Principal our
school has ever had. C. F. Bolt was the
Always interested in building eminent
men and women, Mr. Kruizenga has
helped us many times to make import-
ant decisions which have influenced us
to that which is right for us and the
Mrs. Anna Harvath Mrs. Jeanne Maycroft
Office Secretary Office Secretary
J. H. Lee 8 Son
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MEISTER FEED STORE
Feeds, Seeds, Fertilizers
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Expert Body IVork
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Quality Hardware at Moderate
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Serving Grealer Muskegon
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4210 Grand Haven Road
Congralulafions fo The
Class of '58
'Class Porfraifs of Disl'inc1'ion"
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Congratulations to your
Graduating Class of I958
Tool 8. Engineering Company
Designers and Manufacturers of
Tools, Jigs, Fixtures, Dies, Gauges
Experimental Machine Work
6662 Grand Haven Road
Spring Lake, Michigan
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You have reached one ot lite's im-
portant goals . . . graduation. Now, as
you press toward even bigger accomplish-
ments, we extend our best wishes tor con-
Your Electric Servanf
Compliments to the
Class of I958
D. 81 C. STORES. INC.
Headquarters tor all school supplies
to the Class of I958
Muskegon's Fine Jeweler Since 1887
329 W. Western
Have Truck -
Will Travel !
"LET GEORGE DO IT !"
B. F. GEORGE STORAGE and VAN, Inc.
Muskegon Hts. Ph. 32-472
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SAY IT WITH
2512 Peck Street Phone 3-2218
P. B. SERVICE
T. V. Bomberski
Peck at Barney
We, Alumni of M. H. H. S.
The graduates of 1958
HARWOOD .-. NELSON
373 W. Western
Best Wishes and Success
Class of 1958
MUSKEGON THEATRES. Inc.
U S 31 and Airpori' Rd.
Class of 1958
HOME LOAN CO.
2515 Peck S+.
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Rudy and Bud's Friendly Service
SANITARY DAIRY COMPANY
Gibson Sheet Metal
965 Wes'r Wes+ern Avenue
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Used Cars Real Esfafe
Complimenfs of Congroiulafions
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Complefe Service for your C
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Corner Peck and Hume ma way a em-Y
Besf Wishes and Success
Class of 1958
2300 Maffeif Sfreei'
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Gerfrude Uphn A pleasani' place fo shop
TOMLlNSON'S BARBER SHOP
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MARTIN COAL AND BUILDING
SUPPLY COMPANY R. J. QUIGLEY DRAPERIES
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THE NATIONAL LUMBERMAN'S BANK
THE GREATER MUSKEGON
ConracI's Columbia Srudio
C. Eelr Srudio
Hansen Town I-Iouse
Lee I-Iardinq, Porrrailrs
Al Jensen Camera Shop
Bervin Johnson, Wnirenall
Calvin Johnson Camera Shop
Leonard Kooiman Sruolio
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ECU Meffators and Islanders'
John Wood Company-Benneh' Pump Division
The Class of 1958
PLUMBING AND HEATING
2831 Maf'feH' 0
Master of Photogmibhy
Lyman Bldg. - Tel. 2-5714
Class ot '24
LLOYD J. BELL
2539 Peck Street
MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, MICHIGAN
Congratulations Class of l958
HOPPE'S SUPER I. G. A.
273 E. Broadway Street
Best Wishes Class of '58
JACKSON 81 CURTIS
Muskegon Member of
New York Stock Exchange
Hackley Union Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Iivut-tilting' fur the office, except
XIZICIIIIICS - chairs, desks, lfirc-files, Bling
cztlminc-ls. indcxing systems, loose-leaf
and payroll cquipulcnt - 4,000 prod-
ucts. cud: "lime-engineered" to help
gui mine ilunc, Cnsicr, and in lcss lime.
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Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
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CLEAN E R S
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Social Studies And Speech
Ruth L. Erilcson, B.S.
Eastern Michigan College
American and General History
John Regenmorter, B. S., M. A.
Speech and Debate
Oscar E. Johnson, B. A.
Western Michigan University
Director of Athletics
Varsity Coach of Football,
Delmar W. Firme, B- A-I M- A- Eugene W. Gillaspy, B. A., B.S. Jack W. Rice, B. A., M. A.
WESTGVU Michigan UnlVe"5llY Northwestern and Hillsdale and U. of Michigan
Civics, EC0f10mlCS, Western Michigan U. American and General History
Amer- Hl5l0"Y Speech and Dramatics
David R. McKenzie, B. A.
Central Michigan' College
American History '
James B- Nofflsf B- 5-f M- A- Donald G. DeWitt, B. A., M. A. JO-mes V- Cobb, B- A-f M- A-
Central Michigan and
U. ot Michigan
History and Civics
Alice Stangland, B. 5.
Bob Jones University
Janice Coupe, B. A.
University of Michigan
W. E. Murray, B. A., M. A.
University of Michigan
English and Journalism
Estella Bennett, B. A.
Western Michigan University
Cynthia Diamond, B. A.
University of Michigan
Hope College and U of M
Western Michigan and U of M.
E n h English English and Photography
Proved and Approved
Around fhe World
Peck ai' Sherman
Besi' Wishes fo ihe
Class of 1958
2544 Peck Sireei'
892 W. Broadway
CongraI'uIa+ions +o Ihe
Class of I958
ALSTROM CONSTRUCTION, INC.
Pos'I' Office 8, Muskegon Heighfs, Michigan
Phone 3-1444 or 3-1887
BUEL'S SHOE STORE
Man's progress is measured by
his abili'I'y 'I'o subsfiiuie machin-
ery 'for his own muscles.
Today. our progress poienlial is
almosl' infinife. l'l's only limi?
will be l'he capacify of our young
, ' NN people 'lo forge new and beffer
ways fo do fhe world's work.
,Ll Congralulaiions on your gradua-
H My 7 lion. l'he firsl' maior sfep foward
W' l'his goal.
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FonAeum1-s .nos ancl Moore, Inc.
Shaw-Box Crane 81 Hoisl' Division
Complimenls lo 'rhe Graclualing
Class of l958
NORGE DIVISION, BORG-WARNER
Our Gradu1a9I!-:lag Class of Class of 1958
Manufacluring Co. DAVIES
A Muskegon Heighls Indusiry
Draw-cul' Machine Tools and
Aulomafic Welding Machines
Finished Machine Keys Telephone 32-5449
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JIROCH CANDY AND
THE STARIHA AGENCY
Real Estate 4 Insurance
Frank Stariha, Jr. Class of '46
James Stariha, Class of '53
2916 SANFORD ST.
Teaching Studios - Professional Instructors
Sales-Service and Rentals
MEYER MUSIC HOUSE
2750 Peck St. Phone 32-911
During 1957 we converfed fhe hauling of all incoming
milk for our planf 'lo insulafed sfainless sfeel fankers as l'he
one shown above. This conversion marked one of fhe mosf
progressive sfeps faken in fhe handling of milk in fhe raw
slafe in many years.
For All Your Money MaH'ers
HACKLEY UNION MEMBER F, D. .. C
Natiorlal Bank Q Trust Co.
OFFICES - MusKEGoN . MONTAGUE . MusKEcoN HEIGHTS
FEDERAL SAVINGS 8:
Your Savings Are Invited
FIRST NEAR XVESTERN
Complete Groceries, Afeats,
When you 'run out - run in
1196 Shetller Road, Muskegon
101 E. Broadway
Congrafulaiions 'lo ihe
Graduafes of ihe
Class of 1958
"Only fhaf day dawns fo which we are awake."
CAMPBELL. WYANT and CANNON
Congrafulafions fo fhe Class of 1958
MICHIGAN BOWLING CENTER
441 W. Wesiern Avenue Phfme 23439
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FURNITURE . .
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MANUFACTURERS OF STEEL OFFICE FURNITURE, ALUMINUM CHAIRS, FILING
SUPPLIES LABORATORY EQUIPMENT, HOSPITAL CASE WORK, FUME HOODS
Harvey - Cooper Agency
All Lines of Good Insurance
Cor. Jefferson and Webster
lakos Restaurant and Charcoal
lSfeaks, Chops, Chicken, Sea Foodj
428 WEST WESTERN
SCOTT - TJAPKES G-
1 G. A. Woyoff
1961 Apple Avenue - US 31 Airport Road
MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN 1205 Third sf. Ground Floor
Phone 245-424 Parking ot our Doo
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Ph. 264415 Ph. 23829 Ph. 31926 5M'
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629 E. L6k6+6h Phone 23164
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MICHIGAN'S LARGEST RESTAURANT
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1. Kenneth Thornley, B. A., M. S.
Eastern Michigan and
U. of Michigan
Chemistry and Physics
Winfield R. Studier, B. A.
Western Michigan and
U. of Michigan
E. L. Morehouse, B. A.
Grover Niergarth, B. S.
Central Michigan College
Biology, Prac. Science
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Charles Neir, B. A.
Eastern Michigan College
Rudy Thies, B. A., M. A.
Western Michigan University
Leonard Schregardus, B. A., M. A.
Hope College and M. S. U.
Commercial Department Driver Education
J. A. Huttenga, B. S., M. A.
Ferris, and Michigan State KOTl'lI'yH Reid, B-A
Bookkeeping Western Michigan University
Senior Office Training
Mary Lou Jenninga, B.
Missouri State Teachers College
Business Law and Arithmetic
William Bosserdet, B. S.
Central Michigan College
, Everett Bidvia, B. S.
Eloise Heaton, B. S.. M, A
U f ' Central Michigan College
' O Nebrcfslm and Driver Education
U. of Michigan
Claretta Thompson, B. S., M. S.
Western Michigan and
U. of Michigan
Typing and Bookkeeping
To 'rhe Class of '58
William C. Pofhoff. graduafe of Muskegon Heighfs High School
wifh fhe Class of 1941. is foreman of one of 'l'he machining de-
parfmenfs af Sealed Power Corporafion.
Mr. Po'l'hoff's advancemenl' wifh fhe company fo his presenf
posifion exemplifies fhe opporfunifies available af Sealed
Power Corporafion for ambifious graduafes who are willing
fo work for and accepf more responsibilify.
Upon complefion of your formal educafion Sealed Power af-
fords alerf young men and women opporfunifies for a reward-
Leading Manufaclurers of Engine Paris
Planfs in Muskegon Heighls and S+. Johns,
Micl'1igangRocl'1es+er and La Grange, Indiana
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WALLACE HERRALA ll NORMA BOTRUFF
Co-captain, Football ,fly D.A.R. Winner
National Honor Society Senior Class President
John Bos Relay, Shot-Put National Honor Society
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' TO THE CLASS OF 1958
ROLLAND H. ACHTERHOFF
COwner and Directorj
1751 Peck Street Muskegon, Mich.
A L C Q R N COMPANY
BEAUTY COLLEGE .
4oa E. Hackley Ph 306445
PLUMBING 8. HEATING -
2429 Peck Phone 3-2935
Muskegon Heights, Michigan
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '58
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A. M. Courtright, B. S., M.A.
Columbia U and U. of M.
'Elmer O Oiala B S
Western Michigan University
Welding Machine Shop
William H- DlnQlef, B- S- Miss Stahl and Mrs. Murphy
Western Michigan University
Woodwork and General Math
lvia Stohl, B.S., M. A
C. F. Iioenn SY
Seated: Mr. Courtright. Standing: Mr. Oiala, Mr. Ding- United Typothetae of Am9flCClt
ler, Mr. Koehn, and Mr. Brash. School of Printing FO0d5
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L e S O' Cums Bros 'I ' ' I I N. Dakota State College
an 9 g Western Michigan University Home Economics
Auto Mechanics and
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Miss Sutton, Miss Salm, and Cseatedi, Mrs. Hastings
Cincinnati Conservatory of Music
Scholarship, Advanced Cer-
Kathyn Keillor, A.B., M. F. A.
Western Michigan University
Art, Acorn-Oaks Art Adviser
Robert L. Wirschem, B.S., M. M.
Columbia Conservatory of Music
Western Michigan University
Michigan State University
A Cappella Choir and
Albert K. Meerzo, B, M,
Michigan State University
Music And Ar
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jim Whittington, Proprietor
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271 Hume Ave.
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YONKER SUPPLY CO.
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H. D. Westman, B.S. t'l"'s-N .. 1
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Western Michigan University 4 - ,Mm 2
Maxine Cobb, B. S. '
Western Michigan University
Eleanor Kidwell, B. S., M. A.
U. of Indiana and
U. of Denver
Florence B. Murray, B.S.
Northern Michigan College
-Q.....u Counseling and Guidance
Miss Kidwell M,-5. Murmy
Mr. Westman and Miss Cobb
Slondlngz Mr. Hilliard cmd Mr. Mendham.
Seated: Mr. Pederson, Mrs. Sauclers, and Mr. Horvath.
William F. Horvath
George D. Mendham
Fay E. Howell
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Standing: .lack Rice lAdvisorl, Eugene GiIlaSPY lAdVl50'l-
A committee talks it over!
hes lTreasurerD, Botruff CPresidentl, Alms N. Pres.l, Nelson lSecretaryJ.
Senior Class Officers
President ,. Norma Botruff
Vice-Pres. ,. ,. ,Jill Alms
Secretary Kay Nelson
Treasurer , . . Paul Hughes
Mr. Jack Rice and Mrs. E. W. Gillaspy
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Steve was one of the quieter members of the
Senior Class, but well liked by all who knew
him. His hobbies are hunting, fishing, and
baseball. He maintains a part-time iob at a
local clothing store. b
This young fellow says he dislikes "home-
work", but that doesn't mean that Mike doesn't
have enough to occupy his time. H6 P0Y7lClD0led
in Varsity Football, Reserve Football, Und Track'
He won medals in rifle shooting and likes motor-
cycles. He also carried a part-time IOP-
"Sugar, spice, everything nice," describes Jill.
Her activities include being President and Vice
president of W. R. Booker Future Teachers Club.
President ot the Latin Club, a Junior Arbor Girl,
and member of the National Honors Society.
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Athletic Donna was very active in Girls
Intramural Sports for two years. She was an
MH winner and was in the Glee Club. "Red"
likes boys. Her main hobbies are swimming and
Active Doug was President, Vice-president, and
Treasurer of the Student Council, President of
Hi-Y, and Vice-President of Spanish Club. He
also particiated in the Senior Play, Band, Varsity
Football, and the All-School Play.
A friend to all who knew her, best describes
Jane. She was an active participant in Y-
Teens, Future Teachers, Spanish Club, Oaks
AdVe"fl5l"'9 Stuff, A Cappella Choir, Senior
Play Committee, and Junior-Senior Prom Com-
Quiet, neat and easy-going: that's Kay! She
participated in Y-Teens, A Cappella Choir, Prom
Committee, Senior Play Committee, Chorus, Glee
Club, Style Show, Choir, and was a Class Of-
ficer. Her pet peeve is "messy" people.
Intelligent Marcia was active in: Student Coun-
cil, Y-Teens, Band, Orchestra, Heights Night,
Latin Club, Library Club, Prom Committee, Secre-
tary of Future Teachers, and Junior Arbor Girl.
"Mar's" hobby is playing the piano. incidentally,
she likes pizza !
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A sincere and quiet personality makes Jane 'iii' 'i'1?'iR'
a wonderful friend to all who know her. She Q
was active in the Library Club, likes to type- se K
write and drive a car. Her hobby is collecting E
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pictures of niiigbilolixiws -As:-'F
Charming Peggy always had a friendly smile B
for everyone. She was in the Y-Teens, the Glee M"
Club, and was a Student Council Representative. '
Peg's hobbies are sewing and skating. Her X
special likes are pizza - and Bill.
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Bob, a guy with a friendly smile, made many
'friends at high school. He was well liked by
all who knew him. His happy-go-lucky attitude
should make him successful wherever he goes.
Anne, our foreign exchange student from
Norway, was active in Student Council, Senior
Play, Y-Teens, Oaklians, A Cappella Choir, Band,
and French Club of which she was President. She
likes cross-country running, skiing, and won hon-
ors in these sports in Norway. Goodbye to ax
fine friend. Come to American again some time! l
Ric, a friendly guy, was mainly interested in
his studies and in sports. He was active in Var-
sity Football, Reserve Football, Varsity Basket-
ball, Reserve Basketball, and Baseball. Ric was
a Student Council Representative and a Junior
Peppy Sandy Bar is always full of fun. Her
activities include: the All-school Play, Senior Play
Committee, Future Nurses, Y-Teens, Booster Club,
Christmas Prom Co-Chairman, Special Assembly
Committee, Girl's Intramural Sports, Sub-Juniors.
She also won an MH.
"Popular but pretty," that's our Carol. She
participated in the Junior Class Play, Library
Club, Future Nurses, Y-Teens, A Cappella Choir,
Glee Club, Chorus, Style Show and was a cheer-
leader. Carol's hobbies are skating and music.
Sweet and carefree is Bonnie. She WGS on
the All-school Play Committee, and was a mem-
ber of the Glee Club. "B. B's" hobbies include
dancing and swimming.
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Happy-goelucky, that's our "Red." Hi-Y Of-
ficer, Band and Orchestra, Varsity and Reserve
Football, - these were some of his many activi-
ties. "Red" won both Gold and Silver Pins in
the Ninth Grade, and also earned an award in
"Benn", as he is known to his many friends,
is a quiet-young man in our Senior Class. His
hobbies include working on automobiles, and
MARY LEE BENSON
Mary Lee's activities include Future Nurses,
Spanish Club, Y-Teens Cwhich she served as an
Officerl, and Sub-Juniors, of which she was Vice-
president. She also participated in the Style
Show, was a member of the Cheerleading Squad,
and worked part-time at Hahn's drug store.
i Jeanette was a member of Future Teachers
- and Future Nurses Clubs, and was active in both
Chorus and A Cappella Choir. She enjoys danc-
ing in the evening, - but doesn't like to get up
in the morning!
Pleasant but quiet: that's Peggy all right! Of
her many hobbies, she says her favorites are
photography and collecting records. She also
enioys sports and music.
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ingale! Norma was active in Band and Orches-
tra throughout High School, and won a First
Place medal in the District ensemble. Her special
likes are "Hal", and singing with a local dance
1 GERALDINE BLAKE
Gerry was a Student Council Representative,
' Q as well as a member of the Y-Teens and Spanish
-, WN Club. She received an MH, like all lntramural
,, kl,, gg ' A vu-' Sports, and also likes to sing. She won a medal
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In V uluyz -lvgg I 4 lt 4, Cornet in Band and Orchestra for four years, He
-as fr 'Q l , also played first trumpet for "South Pacific", and
.,.:- yy f SWT:-F for the Heights Night show. Bill's hobbies in-
clude raising Great Danes.
SHARON BLOMBERG ,
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Sherry's top personality is proven by her long
list of activities, including Student Council, Grand .
Rapids Herald Editor, Future Accountants lwhich-
she served as Treasureri, Junior Arbor Girl, Y- fv-
Teens, Junior-Senior Prom Committee, and Oaks
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"KO" was active in the Glee Club, the Chorus,
and in A Cappella Choir. She was a member
of the Senior Play Committee. She likes advanc-
ed iazz . . . and buying shoes at the Vanity
Store -f-'here she is employed.
Otto is a member of the Hi-Y Club. He took
part in Baseball and lrack. As his hobbies, he
lists hunting and camping out near the top. He
works part-time at Carl's store and says his
greatest pleasure is - believe it or not - having
A very nice guy is Bob. His career at Heights
High was interrupted by rheumatic fever, which
set him back a semester. Bob loves working
on cars and also takes an interest in printing.
CLASS of '58
Norma was President of her Senior Class, Sec-
retary of her Junior Class, Secretary of the Stu- , " KC '
dent Council, and a Junior Arbor Girl. She was 'if
"Caroline" in the Senior Play, served as a Ma- Q'
iorette, was a member of the Sub-iuniors, and ,f-
President of the Y-Teens. She will be long re- 3
membered as "Homecoming Queen."
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"Always a smile for everyone" is Jim's motto. 3
He was active in Band, Latin Club, Hi-Y, Future I
Engineers, Football, and Track. He was also Q
a Junior Commencement Usher. Jim's hobbies are
hunting and fishing. K
"Dee" was active in Y-Teens, Band, Oaklian
Players, and W. R. Booker FTA. She was Chroni-
cle School Page news editor, and Editor of the
Advertising Section of The Oaks. She won ci
medal for writing an outstanding essay in the
Urban League Citizenship Contest. All in all,
"Dee" does everything well!
GEORGIA LEE BRANNAM
"Peaches" was sophomore Class Secretary, if ,l"'
and a Junior Arbor Girl. She played on the gf
Girls' Reserve Basketball Team in lntramural
Sports. One of her hobbies is designing clothes. '
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Dewey was well known throughout his high
school career for his ability to make, and keep,
friends. He was active in Baseball in his sopho-
more and senior years. His hobbies are col-
lecting popular records, and dancing. Says he
also has a iob . . . and likes it!
Julia is definitely the friendly type, making
friends with all she meets. She participated in
Student Council and also was chosen as an Ar-
bor Girl. Her hobby is teaching Sunday School.
lf she has any special likes . . . she says they
might include Southern boys and Oldsmobiles.
Carefree "Lynn" has a host of friends. She
participated in Y-Teens and Oaklina Players.
she likes dancing and piano play-
works in a local restaurant, which
probably may have nothing to do with the fact
that she lust adores pizza and tomato iuice.
"All the world's a stage" . . . at least to Judy.
Her activities include being a member of the
Homecoming Court, a .lunior Arbor Girl, mem-
ber of the National Honor Society, in the cast
of the School Plays, and an officer of the Y-
Teens, National Thespians, Sub-iuniors, Oaklians,
and Student Council, Her ambition? You guess-
ed it: an actress!
Quiet and attractive and well-mannered is
Dawn. She participated in Band, Bible Club,
Intramural Sports, and the Style Show. Her
hobbies include swimming and skating. Says she
doesn't like history books.
"Tab" was a Varsity and Reserve Football
player, and, although very reserved, cultivated
many friends. He has a variety of interests in-
cluding sketching, playing pool, and painting.
Besides all this, he likes modern iazz, and enioys
all sports. Quite an all-round guy!
Charming "Carol" was well liked by those who
knew her. She participated in Y-Teens, Spanish
Club, Girls Intramural Sports, and Style Show.
She has a part-time job at a local hotel.
".lolly, and fun" describes Carla. Among her
activities are Future Nurses, Y-Teens, Latin Club,
Oaklian Players, A Cappella Choir, Future
Teachers, National Thespians, Senior Play Cast,
and Committee. Pizza and Hi-Fi are her pas-
Pleasant, with a fine sense of humor would
most fit "Bob". He participated in the follow- Y
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He took an active part in Glee Club. His hob- 3 ' .
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liked by all who knew her. She participated in 5
the following: Oaks Advertising Staff, All-School if
Play Committee, Y-Teens, Booster Club, Future
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JERRY CHAPIN C O
Well-liked and a fine sense of humor best de-
scribes Jerry. He was active in Hi-Y and Band.
His likes - water-skiing and baseball. Jerry is
an orderly at a local hospital.
Duane, well liked by all his friends, partici-
pated in many activities, some of which were:
Oaks Advertising Staff, Debate, Hi-Y, Future En'
gineers, Junior Commencement Usher, and Latin
Club. Duane was a page in the State Legisla-
ture. He was a top-notch student "in the bar-
Elaine was one ofthe most active girls while at
Heights High. Some of her honors were: Class
President, Varsity Debate, Future Teachers, Jun-
ior Arbor Girl, Student Council Representative,
and many others. Her likes . . . a special col-
Ed was a very quiet person around school, but
well-liked by all who knew him. He likes to
"fool around Nith cars." Ed won an honorable
mention in Machine Shop Contests.
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Patricia was on the senior play committee and
in the Chorus in her Sophomore yezr. She als:
participated in the Style Show. Pat's hobbies
are horseback riding and swimming. She likes
fun, food, and laughter.
Mary Lou sang in our A Cappella Choir, Glee
Club, Chorus, and was on the Senior play com-
mittee. She participated in Girls' Intramural
Sports and was also a team manager.
Carefree and happy describes our Dave. He
was in Bible Class and participated in the Choir
for three years. Dave likes hiking and fishing.
He works part-time at a local supermarket.
Quiet, easy going, and a swell friend to all
those who knew him, describes Bob. He was ov
the Track team and likes archery. Bob works
as a custodian at Calvary Baptist Church.
A pleasant and good friend to all is Bonnie.
Her activities at school consist of Future Nurses,
Oaks Advertising Staff, Senior Play Committee,
Y-Teens, A Cappella Choir, Junior Arbor Girl,
and Glee Club.
Although Marion was one of the quieter mem-
bers of our senior class, he was well liked by
all those who knew him. Marion participated
in the Camera Club in his senior year.
"Barb" as she is known, was on the Junior and
Senior Play Committee, Thespian secretary, Oak-
lian and Y-Teens member, and served on the
Junior-Senior Prom Committees. Barb likes
horseback riding and working on plays.
"Char" as she is known to her friends took
part in Student Council, Library Club, Future
Nurses, Y-Teens, Choir, and Intramural Sports.
She was on the Senior Play Committee and likes
listening to new records.
Sports occupy most of Bob's time. He played
Reserve and Varsity Basketball, and also par-
ticipated in the after school bowling league.
Bob doesn't like homework, but he does like
Quiet with a pleasing personality describes our
Sherry. She was in Future Nurses and works
part-time at Osteopathic Hospital. She likes
horseback riding and water sports.
LINDA DANCZ '
Well liked by all her cl:iss:n-sites, lscsi descrilzes
our "Lyn". Some of her many activities at
Heights High included: Oaks and Acorn staffs,
Y-Teens, Future Accountants, iHistorian, Librar-
ianl, Sub-Juniors, and homecoming program.
Her likes . . . Pete and pizza.
Nick is a rather quiet member of our senior
class. He was in French Club and likes to go
hunting and fishing. Nick likes money idon't
George Ann, a nice girl to know, took part in
the style show in her freshman year. Her hob!
bies . . . having fun and talking. She works
part time at a local dry cleaners.
Pretty and popular Penny participated in Stu-
dent Council, All-School Play Cast, Senior plan
and National Thespians. She was also an offic-
er of Library Club, and Y-Teens. Penny likes
bowling and knitting.
Bettye was in Student Council, Future Nurses,
and was a Y-Teens member and officer. She
was in band four years, Heights Night and a
member of Sub Juniors. She likes pizza and
works at a local drug store.
Full of fun and all-around describes our Doug.
He participated in the Senior play cast and Band
for three years. Doug was awarded for his work
in Mechanical Drawing. Likes . . . hunting and
anything that moves.
His smile brings laughter wherever he goes,
and to everyone he meets. Jim was an active
member and officer of Hi-Y. He also was a
Junior Commencement Usher. His hobbies are
hunting, fishing and canoeing.
Ron, who was First Best Citizen in his freshman
year and Junior Commencement Usher partici-
pated in Varsity and Reserve Basketball and Re-
serve Football. He likes hunting, eating and
laughing at a certain girl named Jean. He
works at a local store.
"Squeaky", as he is known to his friends, was
Class President, Student Council President, All
School Play, State Student Council President,
Honor Society, and Junior Commencement Usher
Allen played Varsity Baseball and Reserve Foot-
ball. Likes . . . Wendy.
Don was o member of the Track squad, for
which he received a letter, and was also in the
Glee Club. "Duke," as most of his friends call
him, works in Grand Haven. He played Reserve
"Ike" was the first place winner in the Fore-
mans Contest, and has also been the team man-
ager. His hobby is cars and he likes girls, es-
pecially one named "Sandy."
Sweet, pretty and popular is Arlene. She hos
been Student Council Representative, in Future
Nurses, Y-Teens, Glee Club, Girls Intramural
Sports, and a M. H. winner. She likes skating
and dancing and is employed at a local store.
"Rach" as she was called by almost every-
one, was an active member of Library Club, Y-
Teens, and Oaklian Players. She won her silver
pin in ninth grade. Her hobbies are dancing
"Charming and personality plus,"-that'S OUF
Linda. She participated in A Cappella Choir,
and in the Chorus for South Pacific. She was
also a member of Future Teachers and Y-Teens.
A nicer guy than "Alfie" could not be found.
He participated in Band, Orchestra, and track.
His hobbies are guns and collecting coins. What
dislike . . . cooking and reading.
With a name like "Fife," you'd lust naturally
expect that Jim would have a yen for music . . .
and he really does! He played in our Band for
four years, participated in the Heights Night
show, was Vice-president of his ninth grade class
at Central. He is a member of the Marine Corps
Reserves. His hobbies? Music, especially Latin
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Erik, one of the taller boys around school, was
ambitious and very well liked. Erik was a Jun-
ior Commencement Usher and a very active
member of Future Engineers. Oh! yes, and Erik
is a butcherl?
Bernice's many accomplishments are: Class
Sports. She is a M. H. winner who likes to draw,
Secretary, Student Council Representative, Y-
Teens, Future Teachers and Girls lntramural
listen to good music and a guy named "Sam."
Curtis, a man among men, but mostly among
women, is called "Prince" by his friends. He
has been in Band for four years and also played
Reserve Football. Curtis likes fishing and girls
and is employed at a local iewelry store.
CLASS of '58
"lt's nice to be natural, when you are natural-
ly nice." Junior Arbor Girl, Future Nurses, Latin
Club, A Cappella Choir, Senior Play Cimmittee,
and Y-Teens, were some of "Jud's" achievements.
Likes . . . dancing, pizza, and to certain guy.
Linda was an active member of the Senior
Class. She participated in Library Club, Y-
Teens, Spanish Club, Future Teachers Band, and
the Heights Night Show. Linda enioys collect-
ing records and dancing.
LOUISE GJ ESTRUM
"GJ", as she was known by her friends, was
Class President as well as Secretary in her fresh-
man year. She was a member of Y-Teens in
9th grade. She participated in the Style Show
in llth grade.
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"A nice sort of fellow is he, and just as nice
as can be." This is only one description that he
deserves. Dave also has a wonderful personali-
Iy. He enioys swimming and girls.
All of her friends know her as "Jackie", She
was a Y-Teen member in her sophomore year.
Collecting salt and pepper shakers are her hob-
bies. She also likes being with Butch and eating
Active "Lee" will long be remembered around
Heights High. She participated in Library Club,
Civil Air Patrol, Conservation Club, National
Honors Society, All School Play Orchestra, and
Glee Club. Her hobbies include flying airplanes
and horseback riding.
Janet participated in Glee Club, Chorus, and
A Cappella Choir. She was a Junior Arbor Girl
and Vice-President of Future Teachers. She is a
member ot the National Honor Society. Janet
also sang in the all school play chorus.
Jackie was active in Future Nurses, Spanish
Club, Girls Intramural Sports and Chorus. She
also participated in a style show. Her hobbies
include sewing, cooking and reading. Besides
this she enjoys movies, art and music.
SUZANN E HAGSTROM
Well-known and ambitious is Sue. Her activi-
ties included Student Council, Future Nurses, Y-
Teens, Band, Oaks and Acorn Staffs, and Sub-
Juniors. She is employed at a local bank, and
likes Rit and bowling.
Student Council Representative, Oaks-Acorn
staff, Library Club, Choir, were lust a few of
"Sherry's" accomplishments. She also partici-
pated in the All-school Play. Sharon likes sew-
ing very much and works at a local dress shop.
"Judy", as she is called by her friends. l10S 0
nice personality that has won her many friends
at Heights. Her hobby is being late for school.
She lists as her likes, eating and as her dislikes.
Chuck was on the Reserve Football team in his
freshman and sophomore years. He enioys hunt-
ing and fishing, In his spare time he has a job
at Hanson's Drive lnn.
A quiet young man who likes to hunt, fish and
work on cars is "Dick." He received honorable
mention in woodwork in his freshman and sopho-
more years. ln his spare time he works in a
used car lot.
Larry is a good friend to all. He was active
in Future Engineers, Hi-Y, Senior play cast and
Spanish Club. He was also team manager. He
works at the Port City Machine 84 Tool Company.
Carolyn made many friends while at Heights
High. Her activities included: Student Council,
Future Nurses, Y-Teens, Intramural Sports and the
Style Show. She enioys sewing and she has a
part-time iob at a iewelry store.
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for over five years, was active in Student Coun- ' f,
cil, Oratorical Declamation, Band, Heights Night, IM .,
Y-Teens officer, Debate, Future Nurses, Oaklian Q as
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"Rudy", who was voted "Most Likely to Suc- "" ' 1
ceed". Ruth participated in Sub-Juniors, Latin Q t fl
Club, All-School Play, and Student CouncilfShe
was Vice-president of Booster Club and the
l Nnfinnal Honor Society. Likes? . . . horses,
"Tall, dark, and handsome", that's our Jim.
He played Reserve and Varsity Football and
danced in the All-School Play. Jim was also
a member of the Homecoming Court for two
"Wally" will be best remembered as a star
in football. He actively took part in Student
Council, Varsity Debate, Hi-Y, Varsity and Re-
serve Football, Track and Latin Club. He also
was a Junior Commencement Usher.
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lntelligent, and easy to get along with, is Dale.
He took part in Hi-Y, was a Junior Commence-
ment Usher, Future Engineers Officer, Varsity
Debater, and was also a member of the Na-
tional Honor Society.
"Squirt" will always be remembered as our
high-stepping Drum Maior. She participated in
Art Club, as an officer, Heights Night Shows,
Band, Maiorette, and Girls Intramural Sports.
She has won many medals for her baton twirl-
Alma actively took part in Girls Intramural
Sports and the style show. Her hobbies are
listed as sewing and writing poems, she also
likes fashions. Alma won third place in the Par-
son's Poetry Contest.
Tall, dark, and handsome best describes
"Randy." He was active in Student Council,
Varsity and Reserve Football. Varsity and
Reserve Basketball, Baseball and Class Of-
ficer. In his spare time he enioys working
at a local gas station and sailing.
"J. B." was one of the nicest boys you would
want to meet. Among his successful achieve-
ments were: Reserve and Varsity Football and
Reserve Basketball. Joe was also on the Acorn-
Oaks staffs and we were sorry to lose him as a
Full of fun and very friendly, "Skip" was in
Student Council, All-School Play, Varsity and
Reserve Football, Hi-Y President, Prom Commit-
tee, and Senior Class Treasurer. His hobbies
are hunting, fishing, dancing and girls.
Pleasant and fun-loving, Karen took part in
Library Club, Future Nurses, Y-Teens and Girls
Intramural Sports. When not working at a local
store, her interests are music and a special guy.
Full of fun, that's Dick. He was a member
of the Hi-Y, Future Engineers, and he also play-
ed Reserve basketball and Baseball, he also had
the honor of being Junior Commencement Ush-
er. He enioys hunting and fishing and working
at a local stare.
Sport as he is known to his friends, was well
liked and respected by everyone who knew him.
He was active in Reserve and Varsity Football,
Reserve and Varsity Basketball, Tennis, Hi-Y, and
Full of fun and always friendly. Steve was on
the Varsity and Reserve Football and, Basketball
teams, and he also was on the Track Team. He
likes to hunt and in his spare time he works at
a local grocery store.
Larry was one boy who always had a ioke or
two to add to the conversation. He was a mem-
ber of Hi-Y, and was in the Band for three
years He also worked on the Future Engineers'
A friendly girl to everyone best describes
Barb. Her activities during high school include:
Student Council, Future Nurses, Y-Teens, Junior
Arbor Girl, Chronicle Editor, Oaks and Acorn
Staff, and Future Accountants President.
Friendly and nice describes our Pat. Hcr
activities consisted of: Y-Teens, Style Show, and
she was also a member of Student Council. Pat
was honored with being a iunior Arbor
She likes music and dancing.
Tall and full of fun, that's our Bob. He par-
ticipated in A Cappella Choir, Mixed Chorus,
and the All-School Play Chorus.
are collecting stamps and taking pictures. Hunt-
ing and swimming are his past-times.
PEARLI E JONES
Quiet sincere, and nice best describes
Pear She was a member of the Mixed
Chorus Her hobbies include dancing and sing-
in and she dislikes iazz. Although she is
quiet she is well liked by her classmates.
A happy person with a pretty smile describes
Lois. She was active in Future Nurses, Y-Teens,
A-Cappella Choir, Chorus, 4-H, and also an
M H winner. Sewing takes up Lois's spare time.
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A real nice guy, that's Ken. He was a mem-
ber of Future Engineers, and won honorable
mention in Ford and Foremen's Contest. He
likes mechanics, model building and record
Good looking and friendly, that's NED." He is
especially interested in cars, and he also enioys
hunting. He works at a local grocery store and
he iust loves . . . pumpkin pie.
"Marty" was on the Senior Play Committee, in
Oaklian Players, Chorus and the twirling corp.
She dislikes the busy signal on the phone. Marty's
hobbies are roller-skating, dancing, and Larry.
Marshall participated in Band for tour years.
He was also a member of the Varsity and Re-
serve Football teams. He was on the Tennis
Team and also the Varsity and Reserve Basket-
ball teams. He likes fishing, airplanes, and
hunting. Oh yes, he likes girls, too.
Judy, who was always fun, was well liked by
all that knew her. Judy's activities included
Glee Club, Choir, Intramural sports, Y-Teens,
Oaklian Players, Footlights Cluli-, raid 3l'l'3 WCS
on the Senior Play Committee.
Part time work at a local store keeps Audrey
busy. She was a member of Spanish Club and
also served at the Senior Breakfast, She enjoys
swimming and pizza, and has loads of friends.
Wherever there's laughter, you"ll find Lucille.
She was in Future Accountants, Bible Club, Glee
Club, Chorus and Girls Intramural Sports. She
enioys bowling as her lst '-.-' :trite pgstlzitrv
A nicer guy is hard to find. John was a Hi-Y
member and a Junior Commencement Usher. He
works at a local food store, but loves the out-
doors. His hobbies include: swimming, hunting,
fishing and boating.
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"Happy-go-lucky" describes Dave. He partici-
pated in reserve football and is in the Navy
Dave holds a part-time iob at a
local hospital. He spends his spare time in the
"Mel" took part in Hi-Y, Heights Night, Track
and Boys Intramural Sports, His hobby is col-
lecting souvenirs. He likes one particular girl
and loves to work on his car. He has no special
Bob is one Swell guy who has many friends.
While in high school he was Junior Commence-
ment Usher. He enioys skiing and boating- He
works Qt the Muskegon Bank and Trust Com-
Bonnie, with her bubbling personality, made
friends easily. She was on the Oaks and Acorn
Staffs, in Y-Teens, Girls Intramural Sports, and
the style show. She likes a certain guy, danc-
ing, and sewing.
"Wiggling Willie", as he was known, was Cl
dancing instructor with Jack Bryan Studios. He
participated in the Junior-Senior Play, Heights
Night, and was a member of Future Engineers.
Don likes dancing, girls, and fishing.
"Fancy-free-that's me," says Bev. She was
on the Senior Play Committee and participated
in the Twirling Corp. Bev works at the Rol-
larena and loves to roller skate. She dislikes
pizza, but loves hamburgers.
Andree was a well-liked person by all those
who knew her. She participated in Band for
four years, was a member of Y-Teens, Latin
Club, French Club, and played in intramural
Art accomplished a great deal and had many
friends. He participated in Student Council,
Varsity Debate, Ookians, and National Honors
Society. Art was an Original Oratory Winner
and a Junior Commencement Usher. In his
spare time he likes to play the piano.
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Earl participated in the All-School Play, and
A Cappella Choir for three years. His hobbies
include bowling and music. Earl holds a part-
time iob at a local hardware.
Laura was a quiet member ofthe Senior Class,
but had many friends. She sang in the A
Cappella Choir and was on the Senior Play
Committee. Laurie likes dancing, swimming,
and basketball games but dislikes pizza.
A quiet guy who accomplished a great deal
describes Hal. He participated in Band, Orches-
tra, and helped Journalism with his art. Hal's
hobbies are tropical fish, playing sax in a dance
band, and Norma.
"Full of fun and always on the go," describes
Barb. She participated in Student Council, Y-
Teens, Twirling Corp, Intramural Sports, and the
Style Show. "Bobbie" likes swimming, dancing,
skating, and a certain Jim.
Thelma was one of the finest musicians in
our Senior Class. She participated in Band, and
Orchestra for four years, Heights Night, Library
Club, and Future Nurses. Thelma likes school
and her hobby is swimming.
Gary took part in Reserve Basketball, Track,
and was the secretary of Future Engineers. Gary
likes to dance the Rhumba and likes to draw.
He took first place in the Mechanical Drawing
DONNA LO PRESTl
Tiny but sweet best describes Donna. She
participated in the All-School Play, Y-Teens, Oaks
Advertising Staff, Prom Committee, Oaklians and
National Thespians. Donna likes dancing and
"Never a dull time when he's around," is
something that can be said about Bill. Hob-
bies of this fellow were collecting sports books
and working on his car. Bill works at a local
"Buzz" was a sportsminded boy, being activc
in Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball, and Track
for three years. He was also a member of Hi-Y,
Future Engineers, and the Senior Play Cast. His
hobbies are flying, boating, and Indian-Lore.
Elaine, an all around type of girl, has been
active in Y-Teens, Booster Club, Senior Play
Committee, Oaklians, and a member of the
Oaks Advertising Staff. Her hobbies include
fashion designing and pop records.
Friendly and well-mannered best describes
"Sonny". He was a member of our track team
and also a class officer in his freshman year.
likes to hunt and fish and holds a part-
at a local grocery store.
"Peg" spends most of her spare time working
on plays. She was a Thespian officer and o
member of Oaklians, Library Club, Spanish
Club, and Future Teachers. ln her iunior year
she served as a Student Council Representative.
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Ossie's love for sports has won him many
honors. Among them "All State Champion."
His activities during his years at Heights include
Student Council Treasurer, Varsity Football and
Basketball, Reserve Football and Basketball and
"Pat" took part in the Library Club, Y-Teens,
Girls Intramural Sports, and the Style Show. She
enioys collecting nicknacks. Her many friends
will long remember her for her pleasing per-
Janice took part in the Style Show, and danc-
ed in the All-School Play. Her pleasing per-
sonality has helped her to win many friends.
Her hobbies are dancing, movies, and Dave. She
also maintains a part-time lab at a local super
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A well-liked person by all her classmates, is
Jean. She has ben an active member in Stud-
ent Council, Y-Teens, Future Nurses as Presi-
dent, Chairman of Homecoming, Job's Daugh-
ters Honored Queen, Sub-Juniors, ond the Oaks
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Jewel, better known to her friends as Veral,
has been active in the following: Future Nurses,
Y-Teens, Glee Club, Girls Intramural Sports, Girls
Intramural Champions and an MH winner. Her
Full of fun and well liked was Diane. "Dee",
who was Co-Editor of the Oaks and on the
Acorn Staff, was also in Student Council and
Sub-Juniors. She likes California's climate and
Active Pauline participated in Student Coun-
cil, Y-Teens, Heights Night, Band for four years,
Latin Club, and Future Teachers as an officer.
Collecting postcards and writing poetry are her
past-times. "Funky" likes pizza, swimming, and
one certain guy.
A little on the quiet side describes Donna.
She has been an active member in Student
Council, Future Nurses, A Cappella Choir, Glee
Club, Girls' Intramural Sports, and Senior Play
Committee. Her hobby is swimming
Tom, known for his red hair, has been active
in Future Engineers, Heights Night Show, Band,
Orchestra, Junior Commencement Usher, Var-
sity and Reserve Football, and Track. Tom
won the Ford Industrial Arts Award in l954.
Patricia, who prefers being called Pat, has
been active in Student Council, Style Show, and
was Class Secretary and Sergeant-at-arms in
her freshman year, Pat enioys dancing and
"lt's nice to be natural, when you're naturally
nice." Poised, tiny, lshy tool Minney participat-
ed in Spanish Club, Student Council, Class sec-
retary, Pep Club, Oaks, Acorn Staff, and Cheer-
leader. Ambition . . . finish modeling course,
write novels. Likes . . . malts, iazz.
A person with a lot of rhythm describes Josie.
She is a member of Future Nurses, Y-Teens, girls
intramural sports, chorus, and an officer of the
Library Club. Her hobbies include dancing and
"Neat, nice, and necessary," that's our Genell.
She participated in Y-Teens, Style Show, and had
the honor of being a Junior Arbor Girl. Genell
holds a part-time iob at a local dress shop.
"A quiet sort of fellow is he, and just as nice
as can be." Bill participated in Boys' lntra'
mural Sports, Junior Play committee, and was a
Hi-Y member. He also had the honor of being
a Junior Commencement Usher.
Give her a drum and she'll beat any where.
Gloria won the honor of being first chair drum-
mer in band - the only girl ever to win this
honor. She participated in band for six years
and Y-Teens for four years.
"Butch" was in A Cappella Choir, Heights
Night Show, band and orchestra. He likes work,
cars and most of all Bart. He was honored with
a 'lst division in the solo ensymbol for band. He
works for a local grocery store.
Clarence, known for being on the quiet side,
made many friends at Heights High mainly be-
cause at his pleasant personality. He was class
Sargent-at-arms in Junior High.
As well as being voted "Best Looking", Kay
was also very active in: Y-Teens, Senior Class
Secretary, Future Nurses, Sub-Juniors, Booster
Club, Tl'e5PiUI'lS, Oaklian, Homecoming Court,
and Helghfs Nlglif, GlOr1g with being Student
Council Representative and Varsity Cheerleader,
"Ron's" congeniality aided him in being ac'
tive in: All School Play, Camera Club Officer,
Latin Club, Drama Declamation winner, Oaklian
Players Treasurer, Thespians President and also
Student Council for three years.
"Tuffy," known for his keen sense of humor,
was on the Reserve and Varsity Football Squads.
He played Coronet in Band at which he hzs
been a member of all through high school, and
also participated in Heights Night.
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Nancy's career at Heights High included: Oak-
lian Players, National Honor Society, Future
Nurses, Senior and All-School play Committees,
Latin Club, and she was also a Junior Arbor
"Tom," with his swell personality, was in
Spanish Club, Student Council, and participated
in Reserve and Varsity Football, Basketball, and
Track for three years. He won a medal at the
Camp of Champions Track Meet.
"Chris" was in Future Nurses, Y-Teens for three
years, and was on the All-School Play Commit-
tees. She is very interested in art. Her hob-
bies include Pen Pals, Tennis, and Ice Skating.
Judy is one of the friendliest girls around. She
participated in A Cappella Choir, Style Show,
Mixed Chorus, and was on the Senior Play Com-
mittee. She dislikes speeches and likes sing-
ing and skating.
is one girl who is very interested in
music. ln high school she participated in the
Mixed Chorus. ln her spare time she enioys
"Ron" was known by all for his terrific per-
sonality. He was active in Student Council, Fu-
ture Teachers Treasurer, he was a Junior Com-
mencement Usher and he also played on our
Tennis team for three years. He likes hunt-
ing, fishing, and Basketball.
Ruth was quiet and shy but a sincere friend to
all those who knew her. She was known to
a pleasant girl with a smile for every-
Ruth participated in Chorus.
Hard-working and sincere best describes Judy.
She was vice-president of her Sophomore class,
a Library Club member, she was in Future Nurs-
cs, Y-Teens, and in 9th grade she won the
American Legion Award. She works part-time
as a local grocery store.
Whereven there's laughter, you'll find Donna
nearby. A likeable gal, she made many
friends in Heights High, ancl will always be re-
membered for her personality. She was active
Tall, dark, "Bob" was an active Band member
and also took part in "Heights Night." He
played reserve Football and won a M. H. for
his work on the Tennis Team. He likes cars
"Bridgette" participated in many extra-cur-
ricular activities such as: Style Show, Class Teas,
and also worked on the Senior Play Committee.
Her hobby is roller skating and she also enioys
Good-natured "Gordy" played on the Re-
serve Football Team, and also played Baseball.
He is a M. H. winner also. He sang in the
Glee Club and holds a part time iob at a local
Short, 'but big-hearted, that's Nancy-.She was
a member of Library' Club in her senior yedf-
Her hobbies are PlUYl"l9 the qccordlolrf uni
housework. She likes writing letters tO T0m-
Some of the sports that Titus took part in
were: Reserve and Varsity Football, Reserve and
Varsity Basketball, and the Track Team. He
also was a Hi-Y member. His main interest is
Judy was a member of our Orchestra for four
years and also took part in the Style Show. Her
main interest is raising tropical fish, and she
has a part time iob at a Tropical Fish Center.
A friend to all who knew her, that's our
Eulene. She was in Spanish Club, Future Nurses,
Girls Intramural Sports, Girls MH winner, and
style show. "Lena" likes dancing and music.
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A quiet, hardworking member of our class, is
"EV", She was an active member of Spanish
Club, Y-Teens and she also worked very hard
on the senior play.
"Dick" was a member of our Band, a member
of the Spanish Club, and also played on our
Tennis Team. In his spare time he enioys adding
coins to his coin collection.
Another quiet member of our class was "EL"
She sang in our Glee Club and belonged to a
Young People's Club at her church. Her hobby
is collecting dolls.
Anyone who knows Curt, knows of his interest
. . . sports! He played Reserve football, was
manager of the Varsity football team, played
Varsity and Reserve basketball, and was also
quite a Track star.
Frances has been a very popular girl through
high school. She has been in Library Club for
three years. She is a member of Future Nurses,
French Club, and Future Teachers lot which she
"Poise, pert, and pretty," best describe Judie,
She was well known for her liking of dancing.
In her spare time she holds two part time iobs
at a loan company and a dress shop.
Ruth's hair is not more sunny than her heart.
She was active in Spanish Club, Future Teach-
ers and A Cappella Choir. Her hobbies are
collecting minature dolls, coins, and records.
She likes ice-skating and music. Dislikes . .
Quiet and a gentleman, but watch him girls!
Paul's hobbies are hunting and fishing. When
asked his dislikes, the word was work! Paul
spends his spare time working at a local grocery
Dancing is a necessity for "Pat." She will be
remembered for her dancing both in Heights
Night and the All-School-Play. When asked
her likes, naturally . . . dancing. Her nickname
"Sometimes glad, sometimes sad, sometimes
mischievous, but never bad," well describes Bob,
who took part in both Reserve and Varsity Foot-
ball. His hobbies are boating, water skiing, and
you know who! Dislikes . . . dancing and
Care-free and fun-loving, that's our "Jo." Her
activities were: Student Council, Y-Teens, Future
Teachers, Spanish Club, Vars'ty Cheerleucler, co-
editor of Acorn, Oaks Staff, and Sub-Juniors.
Her hobby is "Bobby."
"lt's nice to be natural when you're naturally
nice." Nelly participated in Band all during
high school. Her hobbies are listed as cook-
ing, swimming, and singing. She also finds
time to work in a local dime store.
CLASS of '58
"Denny" is a very scientific fellow, indeed. He
enioys sports, science, travel, and rocket pro-
iects for Future Engineers. He received thc
Magna Cum Laude Latin award . . . was Honor
Society member, and the First Place Winner in
Foremen's Club Contest four times. He won
a national award for work in mechanical draw
"A better personality could not be found."
Louise has participated in Student Council, Y-
Teens officer, Spanish Club officer, Oaklian
Players, Future Teachers, and Sub Juniors. She
is the Oaks Editor, a cheerleader for three years
and was elected "best dancer."
Quiet and ladylike dest describes Nancy. She
was on the Oaks and Acorn staff, participated
in Y-Teens, Future Accountants, and Girls Intra-
mural Sports. At present, a certain someone
holds her interest.
A iolly good fellow is Bob. He participated
in Band and was a Junior Commencement Ush-
er. His hobbies are stamp and coin collecting.
When asked any unusual accomplishments he
says . . . "yes, being a senior."
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A fellow liked well by all who knew him,
describes "Ron." His hobby is collecting stamps
and working on cars. He has a part-time iob
at a local grocery store.
A very musical fellow is Ed, He had one of
the leads in the All-School Play "South Pacific."
He was a member of A Cappella Chair all
through high school, and was in the Band for
Doris is a friendly girl with ct smile for cvcry-
one. She was a member of Future Nurses, Y-
Teens, and participated in lntramural Sports,
She also participated in the style show. Her
hobbies are dancing and skating.
"Sugar, spice, everything nice," that's Carol.
She participated in Library Club, Y-Teens, Boost-
er Club, Band, Christmas Vlom Chairman,
Heights Night, Junior, Senior From Committee
and was an oficer in Future Accountants. Likes
. . . pizza.
"Susie" was on the Oaks Advertising Staff,
the Senior Play and All'School Play committees,
she was a member of Y-Teens, Spanish Club.
Future Teachers, and also Glee Club and
Glory is known to her close friends as "Hoot."
She was on the Senior Play Committee, in A
Cappella Choir and Chorus. Glory also took
part in the Style Show.
Always joking, full of fun, is Maryanne. She
was an active member of Future Nurses and she
also tok part in the Style Show. ln her spare
time she works at a local dime store.
"Quiet, sincere and bashful", that's our Jo-
anne. She took part in the Style Show and
uture Accountants. ln her spare time she likes
to read, skate and listen to records.
"Jule" with her pretty smile was well liked
by all. Her activities included: Oaks adver-
tising Staff, All-School and Senior Play Com-
mittees, Y-Teens, Future Nurses, Senior Prom
Committee. Jule's hobbies are swimming and
MARY VAN NESS
Always a lot of 'lun was ".ludy." She was
treasurer of Library Club, a member of Y-Teens, L
a Student Council Representative and she also L
won an M, H,
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Staffs, he played Reserve Football, Baseball, and
was Team Manager. "Von" also won an award
in Mechanical Drawing.
"A quiet sort of fellow is he, and lust as nice
as can be." Ray likes most sports, especially
Bowling and Baseball. He spends his spare
time working in a local Bowling Alley.
"Loads of fun, and a friend to all." While
at Christian and then at Heights, Adrianna par-
ticipated in Bible Club, Chorus, the Style Show,
the Senior Prom Committee. Her hobby is a
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Char's many activities included Y-Teens, Future
Nurses, Spanish Club, Oaklians, All-School Play
Committee, Oaks and Acorn Staff, Oaks Adver-
tising Staff, Junior-Senior Prom Committee, Stud-
ent Council, Glee Club, Style Show, and Na-
tional Thespians. Likes . . . Chuck.
"Always smiling, that's Ken. He participated
in the Senior and All-School Plays, Hi-Y, A Cap-
pella Choir, Reserve and Varsity Football, and
the Baseball team. His hobbies are hunting and
sports, and he dislikes English.
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included: Senior Play Committee, Library Club,
Future Nurses, All-School Play, Band, and she
was also a maiorette in her Junior year. Her
hobbies are dancing and baton twirling. Her
likes . . . Ron!
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Full of fun and care-free is Julie. Her many
activities were: Student Council, Senior Play
Committee, Y-Teens, Spanish Club, and Major-
ette. Her hobbies are sewing and a certain
guy named "Mike."
"LittIe said is soonest mended." "Rich" was
one of the quieter boys, but well liked by all
who knew him. His hobby is collecting stamps
and his spare time is spent working at a local
Gloria was active in Library Club, Y-Teens,
Future Nurses, Oaks Advertising Staff, French
Club and Latin Club. Her hobbies are skating,
and playing the piano.
Pleasing personality and friendly . . . that's
Dave. He worked on the Oaks and Acorn
Staffs, played Reserve Football and also play-
ed on our Baseball Team. He has a iob in a
LULA FAE WILLIAMS
Giggling and smiling is Lula Fae, most of
the time. She was on the Senior Play Commite
tee, a member of Y-Teens, A Cappella Choir, a
class officer in 9th grade, and on the Champion
team for Girls Intramural Sports.
"Dirk" as he was known to his friends,
ticipated in Varsity and Reserve Footbali and
Basketball, and Track. His hoby is making
model airplanes. He enioys skating and danc-
Some of Eloise's many activities included, Fu-
ture Nurses, Y-Teens, Choir and Glee Club, Girls
Intramural Sports, Style Show, and she also
won a M. H. She likes to read and to listen
Lively Clare transferred from Louisiana in
her senior year. She was active in Student
Council, Library Club, Y-Teens, Band, as Class
President, Senior Prom Committee, Maiorette,
Choir, and Style Show at Charlotte Mitchell High.
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Dan, voted "Most Bashful," was very active Ji. 225' 'H' t u?" I
in sports. He played Varsity and Reserve Foot- k D 1 '
ball, Reserve and Varsity Basketball and was 3' " "E '
on the State Championship Basketball Team. , 1 Q 'fa
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Karen's many activities included: Student . bhu
Council, Advertising Staff, Future Nurses, Y- "Fi" ' ,Q qzlu
Teens, Oaklian Players, National Thespians, Fu- 1 l 5Q15f,.fgf'!fj..
ture Teachers, Library Club Secretary, Band,
Oaks Br Acorn Staff, All-School Play, Senior Play ' 'V
Committee, Pep Club, Heights Night, Acorn Edi-
tor, and a Maiorette. Likes . . . pizza.
Georgia was one of the popular girls around '
school and very active, too. Student Council,
Oaks-Acorn Staffs, Y-Teens, All-School Play
Committee and Sub-Juniors were iust some of
her many activities. Georgia likes pizza,
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Once you meet him you'll never forget, hap-
py-go-lucky, carefree Bob. Bob likes to hunt, Z,
swim and ice skate in his spare time. He also I l fi -fp
holds a parttime iob at a local grocery store.
JACK KIRKPATRICK C L A S S 5 B
This young man had the unusual experience of
leaving school in the eleventh grade, serving
four years with the U. S. Navy, including several
months of the Korean campaign, and returning
to be graduated! He was out for track as an
undergrad, likes to hunt and fish, and at Pre'
sent is employed locally as a salesman.
A very active member in the Sports Field was
"Ron." He played Reserve and Varsity Foot-
ball, Baseball, and was a member of the Varsity
Basketball Team tthree years? that took the '56
and '57 State "A" Championship. His interest
A fine girl with a nice smile, that's our Ellen.
Ellen had many friends. She participated in 3'
Y-Teens in her Sophomore year and was in
the Style Show in her Junior year. Her fav-
orite pastime is being with Rodger.
"Sweet and neat," that's our Marlene, who
was an August graduate. She participated in
the Style Show and in Y-Teens. Marlene now
holds a full-time iob and in her spare time she
likes to roller skate. Her special interest is
"Neat and sweet", that's "Gerry", as she is
known by her many friends. While at Heights
High, "Gerry" participated in Chorus for three
years, and also played intramural baseball.
Her hobbies are dancing, cooking, and reading.
Friendly and full of fun well describes "Art."
He sang in the A Cappella Choir and was o
member of our track team for two years. Art's
hobbies are fishing and hunting.
"Dick" is one of the more quiet but very
friendly boys of the Senior Class. He is a mem-
While at Heights, Allen was carefree and fun-
loving. He particiated in the Heights Night Show
and was a member of the band for four years.
Allen also played Reserve Basketball.
Gaylord has a very unusual hobby . . . girls!
Gaylord's particular likes at Heights High were
automobiles and Machine Shop. He spends
much of his time working at a local grocery
If silence were golden Diane would be rich.
Friendly, nice and fun to be around best des-
A friend to all who knew him is Merlyn. His
favorite subiect is printing and his hobbies are
hunting and fishing. Merlyn also enioys sports.
We'll always remember him for his friendly smile.
"Deacon" was on the Varsity Football and
Basketball teams, as well as Reserve Football and
Basketball. He was active in track and was
all-star in baseball for two years. He likes
sports and girls.
"Penny", as she is known to all her many
friends, took an active interest in sports while
at Heights High. She played intramural soft-
ball and volleyball, and likes boys. Her ambi-
tion is to become a teacher
ber of A-Capella Choir as well as a member
of the Varsity Baseball team.
"Happy-go-lucky", that's our Hal. Belong-
ing to the Muskegon Conservation Club and
working part-time for a local appliance store
keeps Hal busy. His hobbies are boating and
A transfer from Ravenna High, "Al" was in
our A Cappella Choir and is on ardent music
lover. He dislikes "Rock and Roll" music. He
has a part time iob at a local grocery store.
Here's one guy who's full of fun, yet quiet, too.
He III035 5-Ports and played on the Reserve
and Varsity Football teams. His hobby is work-
ing on his car.
"Doug," one of the more quiet members of
the senior class, enioys most of all . . . summer
vacation. His hobby is collecting pencils. He
is a very busy boy about town, holding five
"A better friend is hard to find." John was
known around school for his ability to make
friends. He spends most of his spare time work-
ina ta a local appliance store.
"The quiet kind, but a better fellow is hard
ta find." He made many friends during his
high school career and he played on the Base-
ball team in his Sophomore and Junior years.
National Honor Society
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Top Row - Weston, Swanson, Long, Peterson, Herrala, Wait, Terdal, Chapman, Johnson, Sko-
dack, Deirking Smith
Middle Row - Johnson, Griftes, Edie, Craymer, Anderson, Thornley, Layton, Vitek, Pecller,
Everett, Eckerman, Lange, Brouwer, Cast
Front Row - Graves, Dumont, Alms, Nelson, Stavros, Hendrick, Heitanen, Nuttall, Levy, Botrutf
Margaret Jo Maxey
Published by the Annual Staff of
Muskegon Heights High School
Muskegon Heights, Michigan
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Ellen Burnett 3 V E , Y A " - dn
Dixie Burns X , K X 'LV ff A
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Pj f l N - iii dw Marilyn Carlson
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Bonnie Cunningham ' Q ,KA Q, Z
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Caro Czerwon ' A' 'J Q .Qi '
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Q , Q. V Q . ' Roselyn Dancz
K 4 , 'J J g Q ' A A Edward Davey
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lift, -1, A 'S '- V- Q. ?Tf,Jll?l3X3,Q1 Leo Desslell
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gf? L - .,.' Q , T: Q5 5 N 5 cg 5 1 Zv., L Shirley Drier
gf- ,- Q W 'I V N' ' , Qx "X Coeneal Easlher
' 5 if I :"' Joan Echlinaw
QJ' 5 ' .. I " V I g Roger Edick
ggi E Q , ,.,, qblg Q? .,.: I I 5 f S Solomon Edwards
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4 1 J f . ,,:, Q ,Q ,,,, .Q X Larry Eldred
' f,"' ' I Judy Elnick
A ' 3 5 5- 5' , 3 '73, Q l' f- .- Judy Erickson
l FE' if We Q .:,, X E' 3. ig., , Gr 1 Ronald Ernst
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I ' V- ' F , . Sandra Ferguson
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il - Q1 , YE' A .i,,.-', - ii" 1 '- Sandra Filonow
3 -f ,,VAJ 4- ' V' V Q, Carrie Finley
Q -. f' lf' ' Carolyn Flinneman
I f gf ' i. Qfqfli Richard Flnneman
Linda Foley ' V '
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Lee Fortin ' Q' " A ' Q Q Q' .' Q ' Qgfi '
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Q T' qiiz z 'T' 4 f Edward Glover
E Tap' ,V 5 "V Marva Glover
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Vyiylgxyl Ag I I I I, ff? p 4 aren omery
Q, Kr Curtiss Good
6 ' ,, 5, . Kay Goranson
""'-'W' y 'Q livi- ,g Y Jane Graham
1' , ' i fc- ' 3, Vr'AN Q2 N' James Grant
wi Q A -rw ' y' Carol Graves
W 'l',, G' 711 Q' 1, Mary Greene
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fc Q ij' : Marilyn Greenert
W Q. I iv., . if- Q .- , .5 -g Pansy Greer
lg 4? zv' ' fr. ' cl Q , 3 2 Richard Griffes
f.,.f 'i Q., Barbara Grimmer
J t 1 ' ' Doris Grimmett
5 Eylysses Grisham
5? f I Henry Guss
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X H i' w 5,1 Mary Hutchins
BX " X M, Ed Hutchinson
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nfl' If iff ft Terry Ingersoll
Nm Dorothy Irwin
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A Gloria Jackson
H' X' X L. Linda Jacobs
X as Lee James
Beverly Johnson L -X ' Q
Bruce Johnson ,F qi J l fc aff' 5
Celestine Johnson ' 4. 9 1 4 '
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Charles Jackson " y 1' ,iz fy? i L '
Joyce Johnson Ly y .P l',',,,3q-r'g.'4'!:ii k fa.
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Patricia Johnson , , .-. ,, J " . . .
Roger Johnson if .' .5 Q G ga ,' ":: "
Willie Johnson lkfg' R? , 4 . . J '41, J'
Jerry Jonas -K' ,A N' , X 5' 132 51,
Roland Jones 4 ,fifgi-if 1 A, 1 ' 1 5 i ' I ' if' gil: "
Pam Jones ' M" if l 'lg U ' W tia l' I
Willie Jones v ' A f , ' I JN '
Jack Judd Q 'fu sf 75271 . ,. . 'QI' A- 55,5
Lavanna Kammers 'QQ 5 " 'L . ' 'N K- ' ' '
Ted Keefer 7 ' L Y C -1
Dawn Keith jr-if f - ,, Ki .. , , '
Philip Kelly fy il, "ty N ,Q Q 6
Patricia Kerstin --X115 ' ' e llltvl . 1 I,
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1 L f rf' ' Ai, A 15 R. - of chuck Kitchka
X- ' iz- fxj' F f' X Rudolph Klopp
V l-Wir! fb Dennis Klugee
, . T -Q-1+ Betty Knobe
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3 . :" ' A it V 'N K, Helene Lafkas
'K ,li he ' QQ. :Sf K -G ii 29- Q W - Bill Landingham
- ,,. sy, Ii ' Q' Hb W. 4 Q '71 5 Jim Long
1 'X 'P L' i'i ' ' V' ' Robert Lang
' "" ' it 1 W P ' 1' 5 - 'f Carolyn Lannin
b :li XE .yi Ronald Lantz
, V , .Q .4 , . x ' Dick Larabee
,Q , ' 'i"' Pai" Q? gi V 4 "1 f Bob Larson
rg.. L W - - . f J . Judith Lasco
1 - b 1 it ' :,. P i L. maryhLay-ton1
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I if-'ii 1, X in - j X ' mg! fy Shirley Leavell
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as? , S: ka gn 6 A A Sandy LelechL f
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v 'f J fi Sf- L Q :- 5 Konve Ltgve
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gi , A SF' ' ' . Patricia Lindsey
'S 5 g ,l I l ' Y ' x ,i f i Sally Lorenz
Carma Lund ' W ' M " .,
Robin Lundwall "jr ' i Q " A Y . J
Connie Lynn V ,, 62 ZDY- .3 1- X ' :" ' . 4 4- , 5- 5
Mary Macke was Q r .,- L X ' 4'1" Q V ,L t , -V
Shirley Malstrom Sw, 1. Q 3 , 'mx -i ' 1 --,',-Vb A If I i
Jerry Mcmglone "' as a s 'Lf-A f- 'L L
Kenneth Manschesky Vi Ai A i n L
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Janice Marks s Q 'X '
Emma Martin " " ., , 1 , J . X
Tom Mathews Q F 'T 7 " iff 42' Q' , . ik
Bobbie Matthews , 1 - f ,fi i -f-Zag. Q, it A ' - X
Jerry Mvbrev Y-if L X- 7 J . 1:33 f., .fill L
Mary McAllister -we - . :I 2 VK! ff ? 'fx f Y
Carol McCall J 'S f ff, mx 3.2
De Elda Braaten
Paul Van Overen
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Ta ble of Contents
Dedication . . V. 4-5
Administration . . -- 6, 7, 8
Faculty, Personnel A , 9-13
Seniors ,. . . L- 14-49
Undergrads .. A . 50-63
Clubs and Activities 64-92
Sports . ., . , 93-'l'l0
Advertisements ,. .-i,, lll-160
Director , , ., ,..,., ,. ., .W. E. Murray
Art ., , ,
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Advertising Sales .,
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H. A. Kruizenga
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Patricia Owen we 3' A I ' K -i -El.
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Freddie Pace - ' X S X' J Q in in
Betty Palmer F' , ry 'f ' ,, if r
James Parke l lll Q A
Linda Parker A s if A ' ,V J V ' P
Sandy Parker Ez I gi, S ' ' w. , 5 ,R -Q. if R N .RK A
Bill Parmelee A c- , - ' r . X 5 V 5- XSS K Q
Jon Paul k if , ' J Y- sf QQX' afilfisf
MG riorie PSC 3 - " ' t L ilfil- 3, 'MM K t 1 1 A
Sandra Pelkey " .fi ' A -:,. ii fri A ,f ' ' . ,
Chuck Peterson 'J' -'K ' X is - ff' ' ' f 1 ss ff-1
V , is . ,. Douglas Peterson
Jfes.-.Q gi' -L ' L X Hazel Peterson
, A XE Q , ,Q . s , r , A X , Q Richard Peterson
'ff sf! Q XR "' " K' ,b AW. N Xi' , hc ' Q." K Arlene Phillips
, K' ' -"'. I -. f ' QQ: X fs? Q - ' 5 - Tom Pickel
4 rs-fr Q 'J 5:5-5? ' F V 3 li James. Pickering
an if x3 r. 5- f'.5 ww 4 gig .N SY gig Ron Pneczynski
', , 'K . - . c Q -r X Q fx I. Sherry Pierce
svrs sg.: 5 ' P , S 5 'Ui it g X K Peggy Pollard
,I , A Qs-. . ,R ' A f 'Q 'Fra Nancy Poplar
K. ' i -- - a ' X A . 9 - sc X Shirley Portenga
4, QR S E J -X L ' 'sg .5 Mary,Jo Porter
' Q X ' XV Patricia Porter
,fl Q, 3 f NMHZQE Landie Potts
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ii - " , 'F' vw' , ' ' Judith Rogers
' Q 3 , - ,Q , . QQ t Q g . Shirley Ro ins
,Q 1 Q., ' 7, , " ' Q' . .' Q Joyce Romans
11, 3, ' Q ' J it 'ri' 5 , 4 Jack Rosencaul
X' 1- " ,. 4 ' 'Y Melvin Ross
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Q J Q , 'V s ' . 1' Ben Rowe
-5 Q' J .z .. J .al :ww-72' V Greg RUIQEV
-' .,. 5 Q :HBV ' ---f " ' Jim Russell
.L. 't 7,5 , Q- H, ,, t 5, 143 Rubin Russell
' - " 'A:'- ,Q ' ,, 'L Q, Lartice Sain
"' :SV '1 ' ,- tr ff .. rg: Q Q Sheila Sattory
Q ,V , 1 ,Q , ' QKQ l AV-f Mary Saubier
3 J "lf fl 'ii f . Bob Savage
.r tk ' . tj, l Tom Savage
, S ' " Q Judy shane
it - E I , ' - " Q ' Joan Schill
vs' Q, ,., X RQ if-'e T ' -, S' 'ir i I ' ' Shirley Schoenmaker
X ' f " ' ' ' ' - JIV- . Jo Ann Schonebeck
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' Q nf ffl X ' X- 5 Judy Scott
l 2 Q 'Wm Q JE, ,,,' f, ,J H" ' Lorewta Scott
' 1 " gf' Phy is Scott
' M - Q Bill Seaver
, Q ,Q Q- MQ QQ ,Z ' 2 cg Sui Senhg
f V " , ' f , Q ' W' Lin a S anty
,L Q - ig? '- 1 i i 3 3 ' V Garth Shaw
E Sf' .1 , x . ' , ' -- Sharon Shepard
J' QQ: ' Q, ' ff- Dorene Short
, .5 . E . " Eifeglfi Bob Sfdnof
, S , ' . 7, ' Dorothy Simms
, Y Q . . , 4 Q Betty Smith
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5 , ' H if ' ' V ' , Ken Smith
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Joe Solomon 6632: ,
Allen Somero , , , - 1 JQ Y ' Qc
Janna South 9' -29. , I v , Q -' YK' "' Q V-
Bob Swanson - ,if Yi , ' f Q , I fy' 'L Q s, -, ,
Carl Sorenson Q A Qjpxt, ,Q f . ' -',Q. I Q 5
Jim Staples r' inf' .lf Aff , JJ,
Sue Staples ' . 4' QA ,Aff . il.
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15 1 'Q ' 'S' W. ' ' l X! ' -K , ' If ,, ' Lois Tiapkes
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.H ,WV I Linda Valanchovics
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'S' .V l -vw-ffl .- ,,,, gf E' Dave Valk
' ' ' ' . ,M ' 5 Dick Vanderberg
.L , r . .1 V- J V1 FQ Larry Vanderstelt
Y " A Q - 1 Ken Vanderwalt
W1 Q . f, gg:-qT,,g 7 li .A ' Marilyn Vanderwater
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Terry Stidham f V ' ,,,.c
Jean Stodola an A ' ' , ii" i "" ' I R .1
Don Stone ' J '- vc is :fl Q h 117,,.,.f S' Q, I.
James Stovall '. " x 3 -,,.-'. I 5 is +- . l .,
Don Streeting ' " ' '--' t Q , ggi:
Richard Strevel I 'A ,X mlifimfs '
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Karen Sternburgh .J S
Brian Sullivan -gs 1- 2531-qc l ws: ,- in n. Q? 5 s Q gi ,R
Marvin Susterich -Q- A ei 4 RQ- ' W Q- ' "
Mike Sutton i X ii ' fx if-Axe' 1 A V RP f 4
Dawn Swanson . I ,f - ' ,f
Dennis Swanson , ' "" 7 ii F' A y - N
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Judith Sweet . . 6 , J in I Q . C-
Jim Swiftney ' V sk ,X , X. 1 '. K -A I
Allen Szpieg 2 R ' I. . " ' ' 'X R Q A ,A Q . X
Jim Tarak ,V ' E-,gg .yy V ' 1 . i 1
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Homecoming King and Queen
Here our king and queen proudly
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Awaiting the big announcement we find Kay Nelson, Wef, KUY NelS0I'1, NOVPHCI BOTFUH, Anne B-lkke, Wally
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Coming through the orbors we see our king and
queen. Holding the arbors are Janet Graves and The queen for the 1957 Homecoming is-Norma Bot-
Elaine Christianson. ruff!
"School Spirit" . . . this very familiar, but often misunderstood,
phrase is the theme of our '58 yearbook because we feel that the
spirit of our school is as much a part of our school life as anything
else we may have gained in the three years of our high school career.
Throughout the years, from l92l until now, our "school spirit"
has never faltered: not on the sports field nor in the classroom, nor
in our extra-curricular activities, not even in the proiects which our
alumni have accomplished in the larger world outside.
It is difficult for all of us to understand iust how much this
spirit means. The same school spirit which leads us on to victory in
athletics, to fine achievement in the classroom, and to success in all
of our activities, will some day carry us on to ultimate victory in the
field of our future endeavor.
So, as we go our separate ways, let us keep in mind the right
way. Let us carry with us this enthusiasm which we have had for
three years. Never let it die. It is the key to success and happiness
at home, in the family, in business or industry, in religion, in good
citizenship. Never let it be said that a Muskegon Heights grad ever
had anything but the best when it comes to "school spirit."
Symbolic of "School Spirit", which enters not only into athletics but into every phase of
life are the cheer-leaders. Standing: Sonia Smith, Louise Sternburgh, Karel Heineman Pat
Lange Kay Nelson, and Kay Reid. Kneeling ltumblersiz Marge Peck and Janice Marks
Top Row: Howell, Seng, McQuiter, Cavender, Huey, South, Foster, Smith, Graves, Porter, Czerwon,
Miller, lynn, Sternburg, Batchlder.
2nd Row: Smith, Graham, Peterson, Jachenig, Musich, Alexander, Anderson.
3rd Row: Mitchell, Grinell, Bonifield, Banta, Bishop, Wittaker, Snider, Weaver, Heitanen, Nicholson,
Keedle, Sorenson, Everett, Pedler, DeGratY.
Front Row: Merle, Blomberg, Nelson, Botrult, Hendrick, Bakke, Brondyke, Lihan. VanOveren, Hughes,
White, Alms, Young, McLaughlin, Cast, Whalen, Mr. Rice ladvisorl.
Seated: Schoolcraft ltreas.l, Dumont lpres.l, Anderson lv-pres.l, Brouwer lsec.l
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As usual the Student Council had a very busy year. They spon-
sored a football dance and many successful lyceum assemblies. Most
rewarding of the Council's efforts was the arrival of our Foreign Stu-
dent, Anne Bakke, from Norway. The advisor is Mr. Jack Rice.
The Future Engineers of 1958 joined two
national organizations, toured the Ford
Plant at River Rouge, and launched a roc-
, I ket. It touched off a very successful year.
Mr. A. M. Courtright is the advisor. Mr.
0' jr J. K. Thornley assisted with the rocket.
Top-Szpieg, Hendrikson, Szpieg, Prior
Th' d--V nOveren, Anderson, Tarok, Pieczynski, Hegbloom, Noveselich
Second Row-Kadrovich, Iverson, Luick, A. M. Courtright, Jacobs, Chapman, Larabee
Sitting-Lobdell, Heitanen, Stavros, Havingc
Top row: Wood, Mulnix, Filonow, Brondyke, Hanse, Lulofs, Porter, Lynn, Thompson.
Third row: Golden, Kersting, Ratcliff, Hershberger, Welc, DeGraff, Brooks, Mitchell, Mucherson
Second row: Rambo, Thomas, Greer, Nuttall, White, Young, Botrutf, Blake, Merle, Batchelcler.
First row: f Nelson lTreas.l. Jackson CV. Pres.l, McLaughlin lPres.l, Everett lSecretaryl.
Future Nurses is an organization for
girls interested in the nursing profession.
Events during the year were: Red Cross
trip, visiting nurses' demonstrations, dance,
with proceeds going to polio, preparing
food basket and making favors for hospi-
tal trays, and other helpful things. Ad-
visors were: Mrs. Robert Jessen and Mrs.
s' ,.- -x- -W.-.
W. R. Booker Future Teachers club was
organized to introduce students to the pro-
fessions, especially teaching. The most im-
.dc portant events sponsored by the club were:
Senior Visitation Day and the convention
at St. Mary's Lake. Students must have a
"C" average to join. Mr. James Norris is
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Top Row-Green, Lulofs, Jay, A. Berry, Musich, Porter, Steegstra, Lafkas, Warren.
Third Row-J. Scott, Czerwon, Alexander, Yonkers, Layton, Battle, Olson, Elnick, S. Anderson
Second Row-J. Berry, Rambo, Holstine, Nelson, Pedler, Johnson, Jackson, Smith, Large, Long.
Front Row-Merle, Gallup, Upton, Braaten, F. Scott, Grasmeyer, Young, Sternburgh, Cast, lPar-
Sitting-M. Anderson, fsecretaryip Peterson, iTreasurerl, Alms, lPresidentl, James Norris, lAdvisorlp
Top row: Gardner, Weston, Wiseman, Swanson, Smith
Middle row: Falor, Blomberg ltreas.l, Strait CV. Pres.l, Doncz Chistorian-librarianl, Grenell, Mr.
, Huttenga, iAdvisorJ.
Sitting: Thorsen CSE-cretaryl, Johnson lPres.l.
The Future Accountants Club was very
active this year. The Club toured through
local business offices to see the various
bookkeeping systems. The Club was also
entertained by a dinner given by the Mus-
kegon Division ot the N. A. W. A. in honor
of high-school accountants.
Lib ra ry Cl u b
The library club is the only service or
ganization which functions during and after
school hours. The girls assist with the cir-
culation, slip and stack books, care for the
periodicals, and care for the general up-
keep of the newly rearranged library.
The officers of the club are: Nancy
Robbins, president, Linda Whittum, vice-
president, Judy Van Ness, secretary, and
Thelma Lillibridge, treasurer. Miss Kidwell
is our very competent adviser.
Top row: Robbins, Thompson, DeRidder, Sweet, D. Andrews
Second row: Cook, Bramer, Brunk, Coston, Sauerbier
Front row: Lillibridge, J. Andrews, Anderson, Wittum, Miss Kidwell CAdvisorl
Top Row: Jay, Keith, A. Berry, South Yonkers, A. Scott, Cleo Hermesdorf, Neil Salm ldirectorl
Carol Hermesdort, Sternburgh, Upton, Greer, F. Scott, Hartman, Calloway, Val
Vickers lTreasurerl, Jackson lSecretaryl, Campbell lPresidentJ, McFarren Nice
The purpose of this club is to help stu-
dents become acquainted with the ideas,
customs, and language 'of the Spanish
people. The club has had many activities
throughout the year which included helping
a needy family at Thanksgiving time, the
celebration of Pan-American Day, sponsor-
ing a school dance, ilstudents will never
forget Mr. Rice and Mrs. Jennings in the
"Mexican Hat Dance"l. ln May a banquet
and program were held in cooperation
with the Latin and French clubs to honor
outstanding language students, and to give
parents and interested friends an idea of
how the language classes work.
The French Club, reorganized this year
has had an active year with programs fea-
turing travel talks and film, a Christmas par-
ty and carol "sing," a Children's Home proi-
ect, Pan-American Day celebration, and a
spring honors banquet. Mrs. Ruth Hastings
was adviser of the club. The club wishes to
commend her for her fine effort to make
the year a success.
Top row Childress, Pascoe, Layton, Wittkopp, Aseltine, Solmon, Calkins, Mrs. Hastings lAd-
Second row: Gardner, Scott, Daniels, White, Scott, Krueger, Brouwer
Front row: Dierking lTreasurerl, Smith lVice-Presidentl, Bakke lPresidentJ, Johnson CSecretaryl.
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Top Row: Horvath, Jackson, Sabourin, Sorenson.
Third Row: Lundwall, Chapman, Streeting, Fulton, Campbell.
Second Row: Mr. Brash lAdvisorl, Iverson, Borgeston, Sietsema, Schaude, Mr. DeWitt lAdvisorl
Front Row: Murphy, Donley, Jachobs, Anderson, Luick, Stavros, Boylan.
The Hi-Y club had a very busy year,
taking part in school and community aFfairs.
During the year they sponsored a dance,
held a formal induction and comical initi-
ation, and also made a tour of the Sealed
Power. The advisors are Mr. Brash and Mr.
DeWitt, both of whom have been extremely
helpful to all the boys in the club. An
Easter assembly for the whole school also
proved one of the outstanding affairs su-
pervised by the club.
The Y-Teens have been one of the more
active groups this year in serving their
school and community as well. Some of
the proiects of the combined groups were:
aiding a needy family, sponsoring the an-
nual "Bowleg Bounce", and selling pom-
poms and potato chips.
Top Row: Thompson, Bromley, Swanson, Dingler, Berry, Lulofts, Cunningham, Hansen, Lorenz,
Walters, Musich, Greer, Williams, Scott, Battle, Lay, Hansen, Alexander, Graves, Staples, Van-
derwater, Kirks, Wooten, Burt.
Third Row: Derby, Cihalc, Wright, Lafkas, Filanoe, Porter, Mohring, Cole, Raymond, Christiansen,
Weller, Pollard, Robinson, McQuiter, Walker, Smith, White, Modisett, Morris, Potts, Malmstrom,
McQuinn, Stewart, Musich, Brouwer.
Second Row: Cullen, Alexander, Reinertson, Golden, Batchelder, Sternburgh, Vickers, Scheil,
Wood, Blake, Parker, Bramer, Sattory, Scott, Leavell, Jones, Watson, Miller, Schmidt, Merle,
Green, Modisett, Weston, Shodack
Front Row: Anderson, Anderson, Whalen, Grimmett, Jackson, Evans, Carson, Warren, Leavell,
Wright, Bakke, Campbell, Anderson, Gallup, Cast, Rogers, Foster, Thomas, Gorton, Holstine,
Seated: Olson lsophomore secretaryi, Layton lsophomore presidentl, Miss Stangland lsophomore
advisorl, Sternburgh lsenior treasurerl, Botrutf lsenior presidentl, Nelson lsenior secretaryl, Mrs.
Coupe lsophomore advisorl, Lynn lsophomore treasurerl, Herrala lsophomore vice-president!
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Front row Miss Cobb fAdvisorJ Nelson CTreosl Johnson iPres.l, Hendrick KV. Pres.J, Edie CSec-
The purpose of the Booster Club is "To
boost the spirit of the school." Their proj-
ects included: the "Sno-Ball", cmd serving
at the Football Banquet, as well as spon-
soring a booth ot home football games.
The advisor is Miss Maxine Cobb.
The year 1957-1958 has been an ex-
ceptionally busy one for the iournalism stu-
' dents. Writing for the Chronicle, Grand
Rapids Herald, Acorn and Oaks, besides
studying the text has occupied most of their
Here we see Sonia Smith and Karen Young, among
others, receiving instructions for school page news at The
A c o r n
Top row: Blomberg, Upton, Mr. Schregardus, Mr. Murray fAdvisorl, MacPhee
Second row: Johnson, Braaten, McLaughlin, Young, Dancz, Strait, LoPresti.
Sitting: Liefers lArt Editorl, Sternburgh lEditor-in-Chiefl, Medema CAssociate Editorl, Van-
Overen fSports Editorl
Top row: Wood, Batchelder, K. Sternburgh, Lafkas, Campbell, Holstine, Eckerman, Dingler,
Olson, Lange, Long, Lynn, Scott.
Second row: Mr. Rice ladvisorl, Smith, Dierking, Graham, Cochran, Meisch, Thornley, Johnson,
Schoolcraft, Guillemot, DeGraff, Uecker, Workman, Grenell, LoPresti, Mr. Gillaspy,
Front row: Lewis, Nuttall, Anderson, Braaten, Keedle, Campbell, MacPhee, Young, Craymer,
Maxey, Upton, Bakke, Cast, L. Sternburgh.
Sitting: Nicholson ltreas.l, Everett KV. Pres.l, Bouwer lPres.l, Nelson lSecretaryl.
"To promote standards of excellence in
the field of dramatics" is the purpose of
the Oaklian Players Guild. During the
school year the Guild produced the suc-
cessful and most talked about "All-School
Play", Oklahoma. To be accepted as cz
member you must maintain a "C" average
and turn in a written application. Mr. Eu-
gene Gillaspy and Mr. Jack Rice are the
VAST WELL YU UR PAR?
"Act well your port, there all the honor lies."
This is the motto of the Muskegon Heights High
School Troupe No. 1927. To become a member of
the Society, one must have a deep interest in
dromatics and obtain 100 hours of work applied to
its field. For every additional l00 hours of work
a star is awarded. Advisors are Jack Rice and
Gillaspy fAdvisor, Schoolcrcnft, Sorenson, Anderson, Dingler, Johnson, Campbell,
Botruff, Eckerman, Thornley, Everett, MacPl1ee, Young, Lange, LoPresTi, Smith
MUXGY fTrecns.l, Craymer fSecretclryl, Nicholson lPres.J, Nelson KV. Pres.J, Brouwer
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BACK ROW: Larry Sorenson, Norma Botruff, Doug Anderson. FRONT ROW: Carla Campbell,
Anne Bakke, Kay Nelson, and Iseatedl Penny Demos, a real star.
Senior Play D0Uble-Do0,-T
CAST OF CHARACTERS
In order of appearance
LAMBERT . .
LOUISE . ,.., .. ..
WILLIAM . .
CAROLINE VAN BRET ..
VICTORIA VAN BRET .. ,
MR. CHASE. ,. .. ,
MORTIMER NEFF , .
RIP VAN BRET
DR. JOHN SULLY . ,
, . Anne Bakke
, ,, Norbert Luick
. . Kay Nelson
. . Penny Demos
. Larry Sorenson
MlNISTER'S VOICE . , . . . . .. .
Dialogue, Mr. Eugene Gillaspy, Scenes, Mr. Jack W. Rice, Stu-
dent Director, Judy Brouwer, Costumes, Mrs. Eloise Heaton, Makeup,
Mrs. Janice Coupe, Lighting and Sound, Mr. J. Kenneth Thornley,
Publicity, Miss Cynthia Diamond, Programs, Miss Nell Salm, Tickets H , D
Come with me, Caroline. Don't be
Penny Demos and Norma Botruff
and House, Miss Nell Salm. ,
Producer ,.... ....,... M r. Gillaspy
Director ...,.......... ,.,..... Mr. Rice
Cl"0fe9"UPl'ler .... .. ..,... Barb Thornley
Music Director .......,... ., ,,A,,,., Mr. Golombeck
Lights and Sound ....,.,. ...,,.. M r. Thornley
CAST OF CHARACTERS
AUNT ELLER ..... . .,...,..... Carole Schoolcraft
CURLY ..,........,.. .. , I .,.A Norb Luick
LAUREY .. ,.,....,.,. , , ,Sharon Dierking
IKE SKIDMORE .rr, Don Wirshem
FRED ..,.,......,.,,..,,,. A ,Don Larabee
SLIM ....,. ,...,. , .. I Jack Briggs
WILL PARKER , Pete Bartels
JUD FRY ,I .,.,,.. ..BiII Wilson
ADQ ANNIE H V Carole Batchelder
ALI HAKIM .. .. I Don Benninger
GERTIE CUMMINGS I , I Judy Brouwer
ANDREW CORNIS Douglas Dingler
CORD ELAM I. ., ,.., , ,. .. Joel Sietsema
CURLY ..,.. i.., , ,
WILL ., Don Larabee
. Kirk Johnson
JUD ...i,, .,..,. ,
ADO ANNIE .. I ,
ALI HAKIM .,.. , ,.,. , Ron Nicholson
ANDREW CORNIS . ..,. . Ed Terdal
AUNT ELLER ..,. ,... C arole Bctchelder
ADO ANNIE .,,,,
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Standing - Levy, Chapman, Nicholson, Lafkas
A Seated - Brouwer, Heineman, Mr. Regenmorter, Johnson, Anderson
Muskegon Heights High School was the
host in the District Forensic Contest and
Mr. John Regenmorter served as tourna-
ment director. Those receiving district
honors were: Helene Lafkas, first in Decla-
mation, Duane Chapman, first in Extempore
Speaking, Judy Brouwer, second in Hum-
orous Readings, Nancy Johnson, second in
Original Oratory, and Penny Demos, third
in Interpretive Reading. At the time our
yearbook went to press, those who had
received firsts were preparing to enter the
Heights High debaters, who copped the
Regional title this year, advanced to the
State Semi-finals of the Michigan Forensic
League. Regionals and Semi-final debates
were held here at Heights High. Our team
was defeated by Lansing Eastern, '57
champions. All in all, our varsity, consisting
of Duane Chapman, Dale Hietanen, AI
Dumont, and Art Levy, had a very success-
ful season: seven wins and one loss. Mr.
.lohn Regenmorter is the coach.
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Top row: Johnson, Wait, Boylan, Balgooyen, Sietsema, Snyder.
Third row: Alms, Schoolcraft, Johnson, Schaude, Herrala, Everett, Heineman
Second row: Thomas, Meisch, Lange, Long, Nuttall, Christianson.
Front row: Dumont, Chapman, Regenmorter lAdvisorl, Hietanen, Lcvy
Top row Schihl, Burnett, Porter, Holstine, Lulots, Rambo
Middle row: Czerwon, Bromley, Layton, Olsen, Musich, Miss Sutton KAdvisor7
Sitting: Steegstra lSecretaryJ, Graves lPresidentJ, Herrala Nice-Presidentl Laflcas CTreasurer7
"Vincit Qui Laborat" CHe conquers who
worksj, is the motto of our Latin Club. This
year's activities started with Christmas caro-
ling during the holidays and concluded
with a Mother's Day tea, Latin style. Each
year Forum Latinum presents medals to
two outstanding students who achieved the
highest grades in a competitive Latin ex-
amination. Miss Mabel Sutton is the ad-
Mr. Meerzo ldirectorl,
Our High-Stepping Maiorettes for this year are: Karen Young, Norma Botruff,
Mary Jo Porter, Julie Whalen, and the Head Maiorette who did an excellent
iob of leadership is Carolyn Himelberger.
TOP: Musich, Thompson, Lange, Farkas, Battle, McLamore, Mr. Meerzo ldirectorl, Hammond.
FOURTH: Blonchette, Thorstenson, Horvoth, R. Hulka, Ferguson, Lieffers, Cook, Fife, Sattory,
Pickle, Yonkers, Whittum, Peterson.
THIRD: O'Green, Harmon, Walters, Sorenson, Olson, Musgrave, Willer, Cavender, Porter, Potts.
SECOND: Vitek, Weston, Graham, Skodock, Gallup, Merle, Layton.
FRONT: N. Bird, Anderson, Lillbridge, Overeem.
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TOP: Judd, Mr. Ashley lossistont directorl, Forton, Huey, Strevel, Smith, Hendrickson.
FOURTH: Rcinbolt, Ohrling, B. Lange, Boice, Bishop, V. Bird, Meister, Kieft, Lulols, Schotty,
THIRD: Kelly, Gray, Sydnor, Rifenburg, May, Reed, Townsel, Kirkpatrick, C. Hulkcm, Blokemon.
SECOND: Sonnegcl, Moner, Himelberger, Zuithof, Toylor, Brouwer, Layton.
FRONT: Reinertson, Dingler, Wood, Owen.
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Fifth: Poplar, Porter, DeWitt.
Fourth: Cheever, Lynn, Blodgett, Rambo, Lillibridge, Overeem.
Third: Stong, Scott, Abrohamson, lrwin.
Second: Brooke, Hale, Olson.
Front: Dierking, Bradley, Terdal, Terpstra.
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Fourth: Reed, Porter, Lleffers, Knobe, Joslcn.
Third: Vitek, Weston, Pieczynski, Cook, M. Zwort, Steegstra.
Second: Wilkins, Christie, McLaughlin, Lund, Williams, M. Zwczrt.
Front: Grassmeyer, Rockey, Meish.
by Slzvrry Hailefr
Nominations were the main order of
business as Heigh t s High orchestra
started off the new year. under the direc-
tion of Warner Galombeck.
Those elected were: President. Sharon
Dcirkingg Secretary. Sharon Bradleyg
and Treasurer, lid Terdal.
Following these elections were: Pub-
licity Chairman, Linda Larseng Ticket l
Chairman, Karen Smithg and Party
Chairman. Karen Meisch,
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Third: Schoolcraft, L. Lewis, Dierking, Butendorp, K. , , s,
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Anderson, Banta Messerschmldt Bartel
Second: McCormick, Sorenson, Bakke, N. Batchelder, Hiddema, Eckerman, B. Smith, McClain.
Front: C. Batchelcler, Hendrick, Rollins, Plank, C. Hermesdorf, C. Hermesdorf, Grant, Barding.
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Nelson, Booker, Cook, C. Carlson, Clark. 'g '
Third: A. Greer, Frisby, Leech, Roger, Walker, Patterson, Robinson, P. Greer, Wilkinson, J. Lewis, 3 ,i
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Second: Meyers, McQuirter, Crosby, Robarge, Wilson, Martin, Collins, Gardner, Hasenbank, Lea-
vell, C. Johnson, Bohannon. ,,
Front: Thompson, Phillips, Sims, Hilton, Bramer, B. Palmer, J. Scott, Brannam, Jay, Kubicek, Golden, E V
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Third: Weaver, VanDyke, Coo , wanson, e
wright, Mr. Wirshem, fdirectorl.
Second: J. Judd, Kitchka, Edick, Cochrin, Cooper, Uecker, Jackson, Huey, Fulton.
k 5 LFeor, VanBrocklin, Thornley, J. Berry, N. Cart-
Front: Ippel, Whittum, Tobey, K. Smith, Gorton, Cocldington, S. Miller L. Judd, Graves.
ge: it Top: Vanderstelt, McGarey, Strevel, C. Jackson, Miller, Finneman, Grace, Bates, South, DeGraves,
dar- li, Battle, Modisett, DeRidcler.
Third: Olsen, Wangerin, Kelly, Davis, Upton, LeFear, Clark, Eveland, Walter, Jones, Finley, Romans,
Mr. Wirschem ldirectorl.
ff' 1 Second: Horton, Dancz, Grimmett, Blakeley, Overeem, Shepard, Kirk, Rhodes, B. Thomas, Stewart,
J Smith, Rockey, Hill.
Front: VanDyke, Derby, Wheater, W. Jones, B. Johnson, Grimmer, Jackson, Carson, Houston,
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"The best coach in the state":
Okie Johnson. His teams have made phenome-
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Our Tigers defeated Union Red Hawks in the opener
T9 to 13. Ossie McCarty opened the scoring followed by
Jim Jackson and a pass from Dan Wright to Ron Robin-
son. Union scored ti-H touchdowns in the fourth quarter.
TIGERS I8-ALPENA 7
Alpena came to our field for the second game and
tell I8-7. Tom O'Neil opened the scoring, from there
on it was Ossie McCarty for two touchdowns. Alpena
scored in the last few minutes.
TIGERS I8-HOLLAND O
It was Ossie McCarty's day in Holland. The Dutchmen
hardly laid a hand on him as he rambled for three touch-
downs. A number of other Tiger touchdowns were called
TIGERS IO-CATHOLIC O
The unbeaten Crusaders fell before the mighty Tigers
IO-0. Ossie McCarty scored the only touchdown and
Norbert Luick kicked the extra point, plus a field goal.
Wally Herrala was a standout on defense.
TIGERS I9-BUCCANEERS 7
Ossie McCarty opened the scoring on a II yard run.
The Bucs scored next. Then "he" came back with a 92-
yard hop, skip, and lump. Bill Poland scored the last
touchdown. on a 7-yard run.
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