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

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WILLIE MAE NORMAN College "Willie's" hobbies are attending concerts and likes making friends. She was active in Glee Club, Future Teachers, Intra- mural Sports and Y-Teens. Willie also was a counselor at a local summer camp. JOHN NOVOSELICH College Working part-time has kept John busy during his Senior year Q at Heights. He participated in Future Engineers and was a Com- S. ,., 1'- ,+.-av., -.9-.g.,,., 2 -.-.V -rf of xv' 1' y 4 1 . N Q Q , 'K Q u rv N ' 1 1 lg at 15: '-Shah mencment Usher. As a hobby, John builds model planes. He also I enjoys all types of hunting. Q bivi 1 SHARON OGREEN Commercial " "Sherrie," known by her beautiful blond hair, participated in i , Y-Teens, Intramural Sports, four years in Band and Heights .'.1 Night while at Heights High. Collecting records is Sherrie's 1' f hobby. She likes pizza, dancing and some boys. Dislikes? Home- in work. .V ""' NINO OLSEN 1' College "Happy-go-lucky" best describes Nino. An apple a day and a lot of good friends is Nino's diet. Her activities included: A X Q Cappella Choir, Glee Club, and Choir. Her greatest accomplish- ment . . . the fact that she will soon be out of High School. A Graduating Seniors General Shirlev? General fx and boys! General if fa- v"? SHIRLEY PALMER Shirley, who is a very cute girl and well liked by everyone was in Glee Club, Second Choir, and in the Style Show. She likes roller skating, dancing, and a certain guy. Who is the lucky boy JUDY PASCOE College Judy was very active in school and out. Her activities in: cluded: Student Council Representative, French Club, Bible Club, Glee Club, Style Show and Future Teachers. Out of school she was officer in Young's People and corresponding Secretary of her Sunday School. PATRICIA PASTOOR Patricia is known to many as "Pat," She was active in Y- Teens, Library Club, Future Nurses and Bible Club. She won first prize in a Writing Contest. Pat likes horse back riding, pizza FANNIE PATTERSON General Fannie will always be remembered for her "sparkling person ality." Her activities included: Y-Teens, Glee Club, Chorus, In tramural Sports, M.H. winner and the Style Show. Fannie like: music, and a very special guy called "Don.l' NORMAN PATTERSON Where there's roller skating you'll probably End Norm. I-Ie competed in two roller skating State meets. Norm was on the Reserve Football team. He likes sports of all kinds and he also works in a local Floral Shop. PATSY PATTERSON College "Pattie" was active in Band, Intramural Sports and Heights Night during high school. In her spare time she teaches Bible school. Her hobby is writing to guys in the service. Pattie likes pizza but dislikes hotdogs. AMY PEDLER College Busy Amy, the gal with the beautiful blue eyes, was Secretary of National Honor Society and Future Teachers, on the Acorn at staH and News editor of the Oaks. She also worked on the committee for the School plays. NANCY PFENNING Commercial Nancy, the girl with the sparkling personality, participated in Student Council, Y-Teens, Style Show and Sub-Juniors. She claims swimming, skating and Dave as her favorite hobbies. Nancy works part time at a local grocery store. CARL PIECZYNSKI . General A nicer guy is hard to find best describes 'ASpeed." While at Heights his activities included: Football, Orchestra and Future g-v -St., Qi Q in VU 5' f' Engineers. Carl lists his favorite hobby as roller skating. His I A other likes are: skiing, lots of fun and eating! T' Q 6.4 WILLIAM POLAND - f V ' - College Dark-n-handsome, that's 'ABill." This popular senior lists R i ,I i J ,A ,i-, . f ' '. -,I among his activitiesg Class Treasurer, Student Council Represent- ' v'-," 'i l ative, and Vice-President, Varsity and Reserve Football and Baseball. Bill also has a job at a local hardware. He likes ' ssl" A513 12ff'3:Yf f' Dorothy, ass f 59 Cl o ' no . NANCY POPELAR 1 General ' " 5 "Nan" was very busy while at Heights. She was a member 3 of Future Nurses, Y-Teens, and Orchestra. She was also a class f ,V-Q secretary in ninth grade. Her hobbies are "Brian," dancing, and I I 5 swimming. PATRICK PORTER General Pat, known to his friends as "P.J.," was not very active in school, but he had many interests outside of school. Horseback riding and hunting are counted among his hobbies. A typical guy, Pat admits he particularly likes girls. ANTHONY PRIOR College "Governor," as he is known by his friends, was a member of Future Engineers for three years. Tony works part-time at a local supermarket. He says his hobbies are photography and model cars and his likes are food and cars. si ELAINE RAGER Commercial Elaine, who made many friends while at Heights, took part in the Style Show and was a member of Bible Club. Cooking and writing letters are her hobbies. Her favorite hobby is Steve! MILDRED RAINBOLT General "Keep smiling" is the motto which "Midge" seems to follow. During her high school years, she was in the Band, Glee Club and Chorus. Intramural sports, and Style Shows. Her hob- bies are collecting pictures and taking long walks. TERRANCE RAKE College If you need an architect, call on Terry. Terry won first place in Architectual Drawing at Heights last year. He likes sports especially hunting, but is kept busy with his job at a local food store. JANET RAMBO College Janet was a member of Future Nurses, Booster Club, Future Teachers. Latin Club and Bible Club. She was a member of the Orchestra for four years and participated in Girls Intramural Sports. She likes ice skating and pizza. She works at a local iss store. Q' KAREN REID JOYCE RATLIFF College The girl with the sweet personality is Joyce. In high school she was a Student Council Representative, in Future Nurses, Spanish Club, Future Teachers and participated in the Style Show. She enjoys listening to "Rock and Roll music." College "Kay," one of our most popular and pretty cheerleaders, was y active in Library Club, Sub-Juniors, and Latin Club. She also ?G5- or cv ' 5 .Q . , METTIE RICHARDS General Gal with a wonderful personality describes Mettie. While at Heights, she was active in Y-Teens and Spanish Club. Her hobby is collecting record albums. Mettie likes to type and listen to 2, good music. NANCY ROBARGE General Life was never dull when Nancy, with her wonderful sense of humor, was around. Her school days were kept busy with Glee Club and Chorus besides working for a local insurance company after school. Nancy likes dancing and Mike. BESSIE ROBINSON General "School is a good thing, but the best is yet to come," is the was Y-Teens president, Girls M.H. winner, co-captain of cheer- leaders, and winner of American Legion Award. Hobbies? Tiger Scrapbook. CLARA RHODES Commercial Creative Clara plays the piano as a hobby and enjoys drawing singing, and reading. A few of her school activities included L1 brary Club, Glee Club, and Mixed Chorus. 7 Cl ass of 5 9 if an-'V way Bessie feels. While in school she sang in Glee Club and Mixed Chorus. Bessie also participated in the Style Show and Intramural Sports. She works at a local cleaners after school. WILLIAM ROBINSON College "Willie," as he is known by his classmates, Hi-Y in his Senior year. He also was manager team in tenthg Track in eleventh. Bill's hobbies Basketball. JUDITH RODGERS General "Judy" transferred to Heights in her Junior year and since that time she was Library Club officer, belonged to Future Nur- ses, Y-Teens, Spanish Club, Glee Club, Future Teachers and played in Intramural Sports. In her spare time Judy works at a are hunting and 'G participated in of the Football 1 local Convalescent Home. ALLEN RUITER College There's never a dull moment when Allen's around. He was active in Hi-Y, Spanish Club, Reserve and Varsity Football, and Track. Allen's hobby is water skiing. His likes are "Judy" and Football. Allen won the American Legion Award in ninth grade. JAMES RUSSELL, JR. General -N "Fish" was a member of the crack Heights High Marching Band for three years. Jim, who likes having a lot of fun also played Reserve Football, Basketball and Track in his Sophomore rv year. THOMAS SABOURIN College Red-haired "Tom" was active in Hi-Y in his junior and Senior years. His hobbies are cars, building models, and drawing. Tom likes girls and chocolate cake but he does not appreciate "long-hair" music. q PATRICIA SANREGRET College "Never a dull time when Pat's around." She participated in Future Nurses, Y-Teens, Prom Committee, Style Show, Library Club, Latin Club, Future Teachers, Oaklian Players, Senior Play Cast and Oaks and Acorn staff. She also works at a local store. ,UP JAMES SCHAEFER General "Jim" as he is known to all, is a familiar figure at Heights. He has 3 I-7193521115 IJel'SOIlality, which explains his many friends. His hobbies, he says, are cars, golf, and one with a great future-girls! ' Graduating Seniors 1 sig LEE SCHAUDE College Lee's activities consist of tenth and eleventh grade Football, sophomore and senior Basketball, Future Teachers, Debate, Spanish Club, Hi-Y, and Alternate of Student Council in eleventh grade. Outside of school his main interests are Methodist Youth Fellowship, airplanes, and girls. CAROLE SCHOOLCRAFT General ' Vivacious Carole won the Cecilian Music Scholarship, the Civic Theater Award, had a lead in "South Pacific," "Oklahoma" and the senior play. She was Student Council Treasurer in , ' eleventh grade, and belonged to Y-Teens, Library Club, Future V' ' 1 Nurses and the A Cappella Choir. JoANN SCHURINO Q General In her sophomore year, "Jo" participated in Student Council F and Y-Teens. She was also active in Intramural Sports and in X Choir. When not working at a restaurant in Fruitport, jo spends her time having fun. ADA SCOTT College S.. Ada was among our erudite students. She was active in Future Nurses, Spanish Club, Student Council and the Style Show. Ada plays the piano and likes to write poetry. She received a Par- son's Poetry Award. ROBERT SCRANTON College "Bob" was on the tumbling team in his junior and senior year. and Chaplin for the Hi-Y. He also is President of Youth Fellow- ship at his church. Bob lists his hobbies as water skiing, boating and sports. . .au JacLYNNE SEMELBAUER Commercial "Jackie" participated in Orchestra in tenth and eleventh and in Glee Club in ninth grade. She was also class president in ninth 3 grade. Her hobby is skating and her like . . . Ken. DARLENE SHORT College Darlene, with her "million dollar personality," is always there when needed. She was Sergeant-at-Arms of her class, member of A Cappella Choir, Chorus, and a Freshman cheerleader. Dar- ' YA - lene works at a local restaurant. JEAN SIBLEY Commercial X likes include dancing, bowling, and good movies. JOEL SIETSEMA College Joel, commonly known as "Zeke," put a lot of time into the All-School plays and the Senior play, was a Hi-Y member, Junior Commencement Usher, and held a part-time job at Plumb's besides. He likes hunting and swimming. ROBERT SIMS College stall Bob's likes are fishing and eating. 7 Cl ass of 5 9 Popular Sharon was a busy girl at Heights High. Her activities included: Y-Teens, Booster Club, Heights Night, four years in Band, Junior-Senior Prom Committee, Junior Arbor girl, Intra- mural Sports, Latin Club, and Honor Society. Sharon loves SHARON SKODACK College .r , .N 49" music. BENNIE SMITH General Bennie's greatest asset is music. Being active in Senior play cast, A Cappella Choir, Heights Night Show, Glee Club, Band and a local choral group, we can surely say that Ben is musically inclined. He likes girls and works in a local cafe. JANET SMITH 9 5 ,. College , A . A Quiet, sincere and poised describes our "Jan" best, She is always ready with a sincere smile for everyone. Jan works at a -1-, eg. local bakery. JUDITH SMITH Commercial A smile for everyone best describes our "Judy," Her activities included, Student Council Representative, Style Show and she was a member of the Mixed Chorus. Her likes include dancing, ' music and boys. Judy's ambition? . . To work in a bank. KAREN SMITH College An extremely talented pianist, Karen participated in every- thing musical, winning the Grand Rapids Symphony Award and the Cecilian Summer Music Scholarship. Other activities in- cluded, Junior Arbor girl, Student Council, National Honor .gat Society, Oaklian Players and National Thespians. JAN SORENSEN Commercial Jan was active in Y-Teens, Sub Juniors, Booster Club, A Cap- pella Choir, All School Plays, Glee Club, and the Style Show. For a hobby, Jan plays the accordian. When asked her likes, she replied: "Gary, of Course." in "Jeanie" with the light-brown hair and a personality to go with it, is one of our Future Teachers. She participated in Stu dent Council, Y-Teens, and Heights Style Show. Her favorite "Full of fun and all-around," best describes "Bob," He par ticipated in Reserve Football and Basketball. Bob was a member of the Varsity Basketball team for two years and in his Senior year was Captain. He was also on the Oaks and Acorn Sports will .1 mi LAWRENCE SORENSON College "A man around school" describes Larry. His activities includedg Varsity Debate, Varsity Tennis, Reserve and Varsity Football, Junior Commencement Usher, Student Council for four years, Class President in tenth, eleventh, and twelth grade, President of State Association of Student Councils, and President of Re- gion IXXIII. ROGER START General .., Q A. I. ,pus 4', K in . ,.. A , l . gli! XP.,-. .y .max 1 ,llmtkyv t, l W "' 1 3 gy NNW l du H Roger is another one of the more quiet members of our Senior 5 . .t Class. He was a member of the Glee Club in Junior High. I I gf, "Rog" does local "odd jobs" and his hobbies are fishing and -QQ' qw Q " W, LYNN STEL df ' College 'V' Lynn, a member of ninth grade Glee Club, gets most of his enjoyment from sports. He likes hunting, fishing and baseball, but .Q 4 5 Ji basketball is his favorite. Perhaps this is why he plays on the 'd Q Church team. Lynn's aversion is English. Q,-.ls iff ' 'I i' MARCEIL STEWART f i"" f ' f If General ff "Short and sweet" describes Marceil. She was in the Style ' I. Show for two years and also sang in the Chorus. She was active fx! ' ' in intramural sports. She also has a part-time job after school. I X Graduating Seniors SHARON STONG Commercial Happy-go-lucky describes "Sherry." Her many activities in- cluded: Student Council Representative, Orchestra, Bible Club and Intramural Sports. As for likes, Sherry is interested in a cer- tain J.C. fellow. She works part-time in a local drug store. JUNE STOUT College A sweeter, nicer person can't be found than our June Though june was not very active in school, she was employed part-time at a local drug store. Baseball and bowling are her main likes. DONALD STRICKLER College 4'Strick" was our active athlete, participating in both Football and Baseball for three years. Hile School, which he attended before transferring to Heights, claimed him as its "Best Athlete." Don's activities also included Student Council and Bible Club. SHIRLEY STULP Commercial A wonderful girl with a winning smile and personality to match is Shirley. She was active in Bible Club, in eleventh and twelth grade. Her hobbies are swimming and horseback riding. She also likes Pizza! PENELOPE SUSTERICH Commercial "Penny" participated in French Club, Booster Club, Girls In- tramural sports, Special Assembly, M.H. winner, and Publicity Chairman for the Christmas Prom. She also was on the Oaks and Acorn staH and Oaks advertising staff. Penny likes Hamburgers , DEANNA SWANSON College "Dea" belonged to Spanish Club and was Class Secretary in tenth grade. She was President of the Library Club and Y-Teens. Dea was also a Junior Arbor Girl and a member of National Honor Society. I-Ier sparkling personality helped her to become this year's Homecoming Queen. . .A ...ag rw e , - ' fi 1 Z. 1 ll R for ' R Q Wh X M K 1--: F." KATHLEEN SWARVAR Commercial Friendly to all is our "Kathy." She participated in Style Show, Spanish Club and had the honor of being chosen a Junior Arbor girl. She was also on the Acorn and Oaks staff. Kathy's likes are Spanish food and dancing. BRUNO SZPIEG JR. College Bruno's been a member of Future Engineers for three years ff iffef' ,V t wine'-A. it , , ti X and is the President of J.E.T.S. this year. Bruno's hobbies are fishing and swimming. For unusual accomplishments, he built a Quonset hut in three hours! He also works part time at a local drugstore. ff- SHARLENE TAYLOR ', P waitin' .' 'A '- Cll 1- YM ix oege AIQSJ- -. s r " ' Sharlene, known to her many friends as "Pinl-tie," accurred A many achievements while at Heights. A few of these are: Student 'R I Council Representative, Band and Orchestra. "Pinkie" likes swim- ming and Bernie. Her dislike is sloppyness. tv 'ili kiv' -. . if if RUTH THOMA College "Ruthie," who was always full of fun, participated in Future Teachers, Spanish Club, Glee Club, Second Choir and was also the Bible Club Secretary. Ruth works at a local grocery store. Class of '59 NANCY THOMAS College "Nan," while at Heights was a member of Y-Teens, Latin Club, member of Future Nurses for three years and treasurer this year. Her ambition is to be a nurse. Talking is her hobby and she 'Q likes pizza. DAN TILDEN College BARBARA THORNLEY College Poise and ability made Barb's every activity successful as she was member of A Cappella Choir, Honor Society, Oaklians, 3 star Thespian, All-School Play Choreographer, President of Booster and Sub-Juniors, member of Homecoming Court and Junior Arbor girl. Barb played "Roberta" in the Senior Play. Dan played in Reserve Football and has hobbies which consist of hunting and fishing. There's never a dull moment when he is around, for Dan has a real crazy sense of humor and a nice per- sonality. His nickname is "Tilt." ARTHUR TOWNSELL College "Duke," a likable fellow about school, was able to meet every- one with a smile. He was a member of the Band for four years and also played in a rock and roll band for three years. LaWANA TUDOR Commercial High spirited LaWana was a great sports fan. During her high school years she participated in A Cappella Choir, Glee Club and Chorus. Besides roller-skating, she enjoys reading, writing letters and people. MARQUITA UECKER College Mafquita whose bubbling personality brou ht her man . ' . . . g Y friends, participated in A Cappella Choir, Booster Club, Latin Club, Y-Teens, Oakliarl Players, Sub-Juniors, All-School Play, the Oaks Staff, and managed our radio program. Besides this, she worked at a local store. VEE VAN BROCKLIN General become a hair stylist. KENNETH' VANDER WAL like, of course, Ron, a boy from a local college. JOSEPHINE VASQUEZ College Council Representative. Her hobbies and Jim. Cl ' JANICE VITEK 5 9 College National Honor Society, Student Council Representative, Oaks and Acorn staff, Heights Night, Y-Teens, Band, Orchestra, Junior Arbor girl, Junior-Senior Prom committee, Latin Club, and Library Club are Jan's accomplishments. She also works part-time at a local store. ROBERT WAIT College Bob, the Optimist Club's "Boy of the Year" well earned his title as Student Council President, Region IX-XIII Delegate, Homecoming King, Honor Society Treasurer, and Varsity De- bater. Mayor also played Reserve and Varsity Football and was voted Most All-Around. Likes, Shari. DONNA WAY Commercial Donna's sparkling personality won her many friepds at Heights, High. Her activities included: Student Council Representative, Oaks Staff, Y-Teens, Orchestra, and Future Accountants. Donna D won her silver and gold pin at Junior High. Her dislike, eating. HELEN WELC College Helen participated in Future Nurses, Y-Teens, and Glee Club. Her hobbies included bowling and playing the accordian and she loves dancing. Working part-time at a grocery store occupies her spare time. DONALD WERSCHEM, JR. College Don, full of fun and an all-around fellow was a Student Coun- cil Representative, Junior Commencement Usher, and a mem- ber of Future Engineers. He was on Varsity, Reserve Football and Basketball. Don dislikes 8:00 classes and likes Anne. BARBARA WESTON Commercial Barb, Editor-in-Chief of the Oaks, was a member of Y-Teens, Oaklian Players, Sub-Juniors, Band, Orchestra, Oaks and Acom Stalf, and Booster Club Secretary. She was a member of National Honor Society and a Junior Arbor Girl. Where there are good times to be had, Vee will be found there. Vee was in the Junior Play cast and A Cappella Choir for three years. Vee heads her list of likes with Dave. Her ambition is to General "Ken" is well liked by all who knows him. His hobbies out- ,f. side of school includes hunting and fishing. Ken was also on the Reserve Football team. JEANNE VAN DYKE , General Sugar, spice, everything nice, describes our pretty Jeanne. "Squeak" was a Future Nurses, Sub-Juniors and Chorus member. Her hobbies are collecting china cups and stuffed animals. A "Jo" as she is known to her friends, is well liked for her sparkling personality. Jo's activities are Latin Club, Girls Intra- mural Sports, Sub-Juniors, Acorn Staff, Oaks staff and Student are swimming, dancing , W 'f f ' U4 - . R . DARLENE WHEATER General Always laughing, that's "Dar." Her activities include, Y-Teens Glee Club, Choir, and Intramural Sports. She also participated in the style show in her Sophomore year. Collecting story book dolls has been a favorite hobby of Dar's for years. ROBERT WHELPLEY General "I never let school work interfere with outside activities," is Bob's motto. Bob played Football and Baseball while at Heights. He participated in jets Club. He likes sports of all kinds with hunting and swimming as the tops. MICHAEL WHITTAKER College Popular Mike was Student Council Treasurer and assistant 11 Acorn Editor. His activities also included Hi-Y, Oaks Staff, and Junior-Senior Prom Committee. "Moose" played Reserve and Varsity Football and also on the Track Team. Mike was voted "Class Flirt." His hobbies are Fincing and hunting. LINDA WHITTUM General "Ginger" as she is called by her friends was extremely active in school. Her activities included, A Cappella Choir, Band, Glee Club, Second Choir, Style Show, Junior Play Cast, Library Club, and a Library Club Officer. Likes, pen pals. Yr- If Graduating Seniors MONDA WICKERINK , jg, xx General 'X .x Monda participated in the annual spring Style Show in her Sophomore, Junior and Senior years. She likes to spend her free I time swimming or dancing. Her very special like is Jerry. Her 9' dislike is school work. L45 4 KATHLEEN WILLIAMS ij" Commercial A better friend is hard to find describes our "Kathy." Her activities includedg Student Council Representative, Intramural L i Sports, Senior editor of Oaks and was on the Acorn staH. Kathy gg MA., was also a Junior Arbor girl. Her special interest . . . Ron. A DONALD WOOD College i f Due to his high scholastic average, Don was a Junior Com- f mencement Usher. His hobby is sports and he took part in our Track Team. Baseball, Hi-Y and Spanish Club were also among i I n his activities. Don won a Spanish award for excellence. ki-e SANDRA WORKMAN College Bright-n-sunny fits "Sandy" to a T. This active senior was in Oaklian Players, Y-Teens, Booster Club, A Cappella Choir and Latin Club to mention a few. She is also Treasurer of Sub- Juniors. li""i' is EUGENE YOUNG College "Gene" is quite the guy. Gene's many activities areg Student . I Council Representative, Reserve Football, Reserve and Varsity s , gs Basketball, Varsity Baseball, Acorn-Oaks Sport Editor and Junior . 1.-Q-.. M af F-hnfm.""6f2S'W ' " -Y Commencement Usher. Gene's hobbies are girls and being a disc -.a-- 3 fi jockey for school dances. TED ZIMMER College "Toz," whose cheerful disposition has made him a host of friends, enjoys messing around with airplanes. Dislikes, early morning school hours! Ted holds down a part-time job at a local drug store. Commercial 47 ' Class ROBERT BANKS General "Bob" has many friends at Heights High. Although he didn't participate in many extra-curricular activities, he has held a job at a local grocery store. Bob also has a "sharp" yellow convertible. BARBARA DAVIS Commercial A very friendly person and easy to get along with is Barb. She transferred from Hyde Park School in her Senior year and made many friends here. Barb's hobbies are, Jazz and Boys. She dislikes people who gossip. GERALD ESCH General "jerry" having transferred to Heights just a year ago, has made many friends. A wonderful person, who is full of fun, best describes jerry. His hobbies are hunting and fishing. History is his dislike. MARY HUGHES General Mary was active in the ninth grade serving as class Vice- President. She was one of Heights High quietest students. She had many friends here at Heights and she will always be remem- bered for ber quiet manner. SANDRA LARSEN Commercial "Red" is what most of her friends call her. She was active in Girl's Intramural Sports, Second Choir and took part in a Style Show in ninth grade. Sandra likes boys and pop songs. DAVID PAGE General One of the "bigger" members of the Senior Class and known by his classmates as "Tiny" is Dave. He participated in both Varsity and Reserve Football. He likes to hunt and keeps busy working around with cars. RICHARD PAGE General Richard is known to his many friends as "Little Page." Al- though not very active in school, Dick had many interests outside of school. His hobbies are: water-skiing and the radio. And his like, of course, girls! WILLIAM PORTEN GA General If silence were golden, Bill would be able to retire young. "Porky," as he was known to his many friends, is a typical teen- ager who counts among his likes girls, and working on cars. MARILYN ZWART Marilyn's shining personality gained her many friends. Her activities included, Y-Teens, Orchestra, Glee Club, Style Show, and Student Council Representative. Her hobbies are ice-skating .5 and dancing. Likes, a certain guy. Marilyn works part-time at a local dime store. MARLENE ZWART General Marlene was active in Y-Teens, Student Council, Orchestra, and Glee Club. She is on the school bowling league and is a member of Sub-Juniors. Marlene works at a local store. of '59 ARTHUR RAWLS General "Art" who always had a smile for everyone, took an active in- terest in sports, and was a member of the Reserve Football team in his sophomore year. "Fat," also was a member of the Art Club in his Senior year at Heights High. OLJIE SPIERS Commercial Oljie has a nice personality that won her many friends at Heights. Her many activities included A Capella Choir, Christ- mas Prom Committee, Special Assembly, Second Choir, M.H. winner and Booster Club. She enjoys all kinds of music. DAVID VAN DYKE General Dave was very active while at Heights High. He was in the Senior Play cast in eleventh and twelfth grade, A Cappella Choir for two years and Track. Dave's hobby is roller skating and his special like is girls! SANDY WAGNER General A very nice and sweet girl best describes Sandy. Although she didn't participate too much in school activities, she does have particular likes outside of school. Those include, roller skating, swimming and reading. DONALD BECKLIN General PATRICK BERGEMAN G.E.D.T. JOSEPH BOOKER General RONALD FARNQUIST G.E.D.T. STEVE GLACZ General MARTIN HULKA G.E.D.T. JUDITH KEKONI General ROBERT WILLIAM MUNRO G.E.D.T. LEONARD B. PENN College ALBIN WITTKOPP G.E.D.T. 'Q ji In Memoriam "Guo William OC1-is Ora Mae Williams 1939-1958 1942-1958 EARTH BLINDNESS Last night an angel met me at the door, He said, "Time is no more! I have been sent from Heaven to say, Tomorrow dawns for the new day, Time will become eternity for thee, Sleep then tonight, tomorrow, come with me." And then I wept, my face unto the wall, I heard a thousand earthly voices call, Unfinished tasks, loved faces, children dear, And in my soul I cried: Oh leave me here! Come not tomorrow, Angel, to my gate, I crave more timeg I pray thee wait!" Then turned the angel with so sad a smile, "Thou foolish one, to pray to wait the while, Open thine eyes! If thou couldst only see The visions just beyond awaiting thee! Wouldst thou abide where days dissolve in night? How blind thou art to things beyond thy sight." 106 Senior Class Officers i w I i Mr. Morehouse, Mrs. Thompson, Mr. Schregardus Cadvisorsh. Hendrick, vice-president, Johnson, secretary, Sorenson, pres- ident, Cook, treasurer. Oaks Captains ,SW N' yn' JT N .EQ '12-'if 1' ' "Q K M' EY. p , - 3" .,,i . A Y gf N""g', "N.,.,l Q2-ff? .s- ' f' .. -' ,A-k,,f ,nu , MA ,. 1, N ,nf x. . 3 fy 7 16+ Zi? X . .N +53-,.f3g,, xx 4 -wfizizikgfg -f J'--'f-sim" c'- . F, -KI A, cf 2 K 1 I ,A rvfglgfmfii. 1 X :' -f yrtf' MJ" Tf 33513 . ' 'Q if , 5- 5 ' i I I J A . ww ' lv,-if -W. X. N., ,. sw-., 1,,c , ,gg-.f 'W gum iz Larry Sorenson, Eugene Young, Bob Sims, Mike Whittaker, Marquita Uecker, Janice Vitek, Ruby Jackson, Jo Vasquez. Here we see each team pulling for its own victory but this year saw the girls come out victorious. X-XUVERTISINE 294 .....-- ,,,. . 4-,n we :-.Q "A .-5 ,au .M 'QJIO I 5 L : ' r A Achterholf Mortuary . . . Acme Hardware .... Allsteak ............,.... Alstrom Construction, Inc. , . American Coil Spring Co. ...... . Anderson Packing Co. ........... . Anderson Plumbing 8n Heating Co. Arbor Floral Company ................ . . . Armstrong's Ten and Twenty Used Cars Auto Mart .......................... . . . Barberini Food Market . . . Bell Realtor ........... Boelkins Super Market .. . Boer Hardware ........ Boulevard Drugs .... Brown Morse Co. .... . Brown's Supermarket ......... Brundage Drug Store ........... Brunswick, Balke, Collender Co. . .. Budd Jewelry Co. . .... ............ . . Camera Shop ....................... . . . Campbell, Wyant 8a Cannon Foundry . . . . .. Carl's Super Market ................ ..,. Certified Concrete, Inc. .. Coca Cola Bottling Co. . . . Coles Bakery Co. .... . Columbia Photographs .. Commercial Press .......... Consumers Power Company . . . Continental Motors Corp. . . . Cooper's Flower Shop ..... Coscarelli Concessions ...... Crowell, Johnny Used Cars . . . Darnm Hardware ......... Dana Printing Co. . . D Bn C Stores, Inc. .. . Daniel's Barber Shop . . Daniels Co. ........... . Davies Construction Co. . . . Dawes Florist .......... Derby Rambler Sales .... Doo Drop Inn, Inc. Economy Hardware . . . Engle, Martin O. .... . Farr View Dairy . . . Fischer Hardware ...... Fredericks Lumber Co. Fritz Drug Store ....... Galy, Real Estate ........... ..... Getty Food Market .,................ . . . Hackley Union Nat'l Bank 85 Trust Co. . . . . . Hahn Pharmacy ...... ......... Hall Electric Co. ...... . Hansen's Ice Cream ....... Harding, Lee, Photographs .... Harwood-Nelson ........,... Hasper's Save-Mor Market . . . Heineman Pharmacy ..... Hendrick, Clyde Realtor . .. Highland Park Dairy Co. . . Home Loan Company, Inc. . . . Hoppe's Super IGA Market . .. Hosler's ................... Hunter 85 Co. .............. . Keith Tool 85 Engineering .... Ken Ba Beas ...........,.. Knack Ford, Inc. .... . Kooger's Cleaners ...... Kooiman's Food Store ....... Krautheim, A., Jewelers ...... Jiroch Candy and Tobacco Co. , . John's Super Service ......... Johnson, Cal .............. 121 157 137 127 147 144 148 120 131 131 126 145 152 150 118 118 118 147 146 121 130 132 155 158 128 151 125 143 138 132 150 113 127 144 150 156 120 138 128 143 117 130 153 121 131 146 143 145 127 137 152 140 151 153 117 148 119 148 121 154 126 149 ...137 135 ...152 115 ...136 ...118 ...121 ...126 . 149 . 141 . 157 Laird's Variety Store .... Lakos Restaurant . . . Lange Transfer .... Langlois Stores .... LaNore's Grocery . . . Lee Funeral Home ..... Lee lla Son Hardware ..... Lockage's Store For Men . . Lumberman's Bank ............. Malvin's Jewelry ............... Manning, Maxwell and Moore, Inc. . . Martin Coal and Supply Co. ..... . McClary's Market ........ McDonald's Hamburgs .. . Meiers Cleaners, Inc. .,.. . .... ..... . . Meister's Feed Pm Hardware Store . . . Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. . . Mil1's Ice Cream Co. ........ . Moore's Texaco E Marine . . Morton Manufacturing Co. . . . Murn Bros. Garage ...............,. Muskegon Federal Savings and Loan . . . Muskegon School of Business ....... Muskegon Theatres ........... Myers Service .................. Nibble-A-Scrib-Nib ................ Norge Division-Borg Warner Corp. . . Pain, Weber, Jackson 8a Curtis ...... Parson's Department Store . . . Patterson's Grocery ........ P, B. Service .......... Peterson's Shell Service . .. Pok-A-Bout Gift Shop .............. Potters Lamp Company .....,......... Professional Photographers Association . . Pvle Pattern 8a Manufacturing ......... Quality Aluminum Casting Co. . . . Quigley Draperies . . . ..... . . Radium Photo Service . . Rasor's Maintenance . . . Reid Tool Co. ............. . Remwolt Cleaners ........... Rudy Bn Bud's Friendly Service ....... Ruiter Bros. Plumbing 85 Heating Co. . . . Sanitary Dairy Company ........... Scott-Tjapkes ........,.. . . . Sealed Power Corp. . .. Shaw Walker Co. ....... . Sietsema's Floor Covering . . . Snowhite Baking Co. .... . Socks Sabin Cleaners .... Square Clothing Co. .. , Stariha Agency ............. Steve's Beauty Shop .......... Strevel's Market and Hardware . . Sutton's Pharmacy ............ Tomlinson's Barber Shop .... Tourcotte Studio ............ Vandervelde's Furniture Co. . . Voss Hardware Votaw's Radio Electric Service . . . Wansten Pharmacies ..... . ...... Western Michigan Outboard Sales Sn Service Whittington's Barber Shop ...... Windatt Pontiac ........ Wittkopp Tool Co. . . . WMUS ..................... Wolverine Express, Inc. ......,., , Wood Co.-Bennett Pump Division . . . W T R U ...................... Yonker Supply Co. ......... . ....124 . 137 .115 .138 .155 . 139 .157 . 120 . 145 . 143 . 125 .-142 . 130 . 116 . 140 . 145 . 158 . 149 . 131 . 126 . 158 . 150 . 149 . 126 . 138 .130 . 134 . 148 . 136 . 124 . 149 . 153 . 136 . 120 . 129 :156 . 157 .142 . 146 . 136 . 134 . 141 .142 .145 ....135 ....134 ....133 ....151 ....125 ....124 ..,.139 ....155 ....153 ....155 ....125 ....119 ....142 ....144 111 142 126 156 157 149 1 14 147 124 147 128 134 156 I N in 'wifi I tix we is IX. i JY I 5 mmf ,ig g V ??ff1'fqi" I 2.347 " 'X' 351 A 3 1: to i - I 3 WJ' Congratulations, Class of l959l EXPERT HOME PLANNING AND DECORATING SERVICE FOR NEW HOMEMAKERS Janice Vitek and Carole Schoolcraft of the I959 graduating class, visit our store and confer with any of the members of our decorating staff, on our home plannirig and decorating service. We offer this expert service without cost to all homemakers and invite you to come in for further details. VANDERVELDE'S FURNITURE COMPANY Serving "Greater Muskegon" Over Forty-two Years "Where You'll Do Better in Quality And Price" Broadway at Fifth Muskegon Heights Social Snaps .V S , f , x , -ff 'l ' ' 2 'Q ,. if! 1 R LQi:55' '5f3 T B: S t 2: A , 'A 1 ear ,,-A 4. ' I 'W I AL. X ' "Y Y wf ,. usp fi V' ' A 'S' .,, ,..fv K. QQ 4 425 , xff ff Y-' Z JAMES COSCARELLI MINIATURE GOLF COURSE WORLDS BEST BEACIFIES MINIATURE TRAIN KIDDY RIDES PERE MARQUETTE PARK , ,..-. W MN. W ,M -A-'Mx , L ""' ...e.1"T .U - ,f ..-.-V A . W- ,,,.,-' L. ,, , ,.,. ,- ,, . et M , . Q, , . .2 : -. , - V ffx. ,., M... .EN :hmm V QM- V: . N'.!m"", :,,g.,,V,,,i,,vW Y "T" " ". 4 ' - -'45 ' A' - ' " .QI ....- -4- .. 1. .-,.. "TI-IE WORLD'S BEST" TAKE OUT SERVICE Served High School S'Iuden+s for Over a Quarfer Cen+ury REAL ITALIAN PIZZA 113 vw br'-,N T 1 1 I ' U ff . , 5 9 ' vi A WN ' A .5 IM .. P k' -C 1 Machine and House qc mg or age M Storage overs 615 W. Dale Muskegon, Michigan Telephone 2-3305 NEW 8. USED FURNITURE DEALERS Local-Nation Wide Truck Rental and Furniture Movers 1 Lease Service Since 1883 Qbrtqrlt KEN AND BE!-YS Principal -I P ,,-..,....- N XXX Mr. H. A. Kruizenga We Seniors of the Class of '59 wish to thank you, Mr. Kruizenga, for the help and guidance you have given us. We appreciate your loyalty and patience and the many extra favors you did for us, above and beyond the actual call of duty. Thank you for helping to make our school days interesting and enjoy able, as well as profitable. 5. ..-wig ww.- X , i J, 5 .V x V , ,fs i f - , fr i rj. : I l' Mrs. Anna Harvath Qfficc Staff Mrs. Jeanne Maycroft :,:4:,:,gs51:g:,5g5:Q:2s1S""v-1:-'.:.'v11J':E:5:g35:35:2:5:1S5:ii:5:5:g:5E5IEEIEfErE:2EE5E1flErE2525f"'' "m::::.:t'f. I Onald' JUICY HI-IMBUdRCERS...15i THICK MILK SHIIKES 209 Some like baseball, others tennis . but feasting at McDonald's is a sport everybody enjoys. No wonder! Juicy, pure-beef Burgers. Golden brown Fries, always fresh. Sm-o-o-o-t-h, delicious Milk Shakes . . . all 3 for only 45 . After the game . . . anytime . . . join our McDonald s booster club. Fun! Good food! Friendly atmosphere! PURE BEEF CHEESEBURGERS . 190 TRIPLE-THICK MILK SHAKE 200 FRESH GOLDEN FRENCH FRIES 109 PM W.00!l3Q5 speedee drive- ins OFTEN IMITATED, NEVER DUPLICATED I PLENTY OF FREE PARKING I I -"' C. E Koehn PHOTOGRAPHS X MEG 7 1' 'ff J H0 E 2 134 HAMILTON AV KEG CH S 55 wrfwff' -uf" HUUNH -.I . J Xt DERBY'S RAMBLER SALES H7 BROWNE-MORSE OFFICE K. FURNITURE . . CDQ9igIneol lon tlie Ulflost Jllloderwm Qggices CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF T959 I l'0lVll0 MANUFACTURERS OF STEEL OFFICE FURNITURE, ALUMINUM CHAIRS, FILING b - qjrsqg SUPPLIES, LABORATORY EQUIPMENT, HOSPITAL Congratulations Seniors BROWN'S SUPER MARKET East Sherman Boulevard Open Daily PHONE 39207 for complete grocery SSFVICC CASE WORK, FUME HOODS 1 C OM FA N V MUSKEGON. MICHIGAN Compliments of BOULEVARD DRUGS E. Sherman Blvd. Prescription Services DIAL 3-6327 Compliments of KOOYER'S CLEANERS Fred and Don Kooyers 971 W. Broadway Roosevelt Park "Knit suits our specialty" 118 HASPER'S SAVE-MOR MARKETS The Friendly Stores That Save You Money Four Convenient Locations We Give M 8K M Green Stamps Broadway at Henry Laketon at John Mason at Fifth North Muskegon SUTTON'S PRESCRIPTIGN PHARMACY Complete Prescription Service We call for prescription and deliver FREE DIAL 3-2286 Sick Room Needs Industrial First Aid Supplies Doctor's Oftice Supplies and Equipment lOl W. Broadway Muskegon Heights 119 - 1W-- - ,. I: .,..4-w-- , Q kllzrll 5 , D l it ' a . A 1 ,1,. X . ! X X I P I t I ll ..A,. A 1 -pn 'f.,zht'1 '11i5- 1.3.1---f 1 F .r Frank lockage's tore For Men and Boys 2761 Peck Street Phone 32-349 Muskegon Heights, Michigan Congratulations to the Class of 1959 POTTER'S LAMP CO. 2719 Peck Street Phone 3-1806 Muskegon Heights, Michigan DANIELS BEAUTY SHOPPE Prompt Service Air conditioning Free Parking Call 5-9294 935 W. Broadway ROOSEVELT PARK v A A I ,x ' ' " ' ' "W ' Y SG ' - . - . . t r- AE 1 8' fr- V ,HV I gint ,.. , ,,.oJ?:.t"1:.'-- Q. ' .a,.-f- H ,....-- -.Q s. 3 " L,5g-:::::1'i f- - ""'T"L"- ,. V 5' A --2 . , -1' . I ,1,i9'lggLzAQgg 4.:,1h:. - D .1991 " "fi"-pLi:i:f'eiw. J' HMM, ' A , Q 5 Mt' -5.....4f- ' ..-,,,5L,,jA'gff!xh'Jx".-v4' S'--'-' ARBOR FLORAL COMPANY 1222 Peck Street Muskegon Heights, Michigan No Phone No Address MARTIN O. ENGLE Retired No Business No Money KOOIMAN'S FOOD STORE Ed Dornbos, Proprietor Corner of Sixth 81 Hackley Muskegon Heights, Michigan Phone 2-3343 WHERE QUALITY COUNTS ,. .-W-F, "-M14-':"' " 1-:4ge P' l"'7'f1" '5f, 'Egf- I BUDD JEWELRY COMPANY ,i .i,,V .. E . V- V- -gre a:..zf.., , r- PFS: -V - I 'W J " " . , V -1 '9"-.. ,- .- '15-IL I -, f-1'-'1-'-aku -v- i QS 2. .ty .311 -- V M- ,K Q' .:-,., ,, ' by F ..i..l... i L ' f 'pi 1' lb- + V ., ,V fy- ,Y . -, r Y,-. Vi- r jl-ga, CLYDE HENDRICK, REALTOR Phone 32-134 2301 Peck Street Greater Muskegon's most modern and newly decorated funeral parlor. Phone 2-5717 .9 Y, Agygfxi, 2, 'mil f ROLLAND H. ACHTERHOFF 1751 Peck Street Muskegon, Mich. Satisf1ed Customers Are Our Best! RELIABLE TRUCKING 81 CRANE SERVICE 2906 Henry Street Phone 31-595 4 -1, ,, Q . ,Q . My ' . A- , f . V, f' up... My K x Y . Q' 5033 K 42 k ' 614, , -,T-V ,- Q, 4' 4 'U 'Nv- ' ,4 v- T4 f -34. . 8' J JK' ..4 . -'Q Q. 52 T512 is is -. bfi . '+'v-sn . 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'.' in .X , X F X , -I ,, , 4 ' ' X ' -'I 2. 5 Vw ' ..., 'TT if. 'L Tk'-Q f ' X gr, 4' Q X A l V Nye A . f 1' I n A 'vw If Jan, ' 1 1 31421, , Q- ag fi T f A et-, Q K 4-Q sNowHlTE BAKING CQMPANT Congratulations to the Class of 1959 LAIRD'S VARIETY STORE 860 W. Broadway Roosevelt Park CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1959 f PATTERSONS GROCERY rom MUS C:l7IIgl'!lfIIIIHIVIIIIX Seniors Quality Service Store 124 - N. GIANT ., f X ,,1fi,,1,jQ7 1 if ri-mid 'DR A GIANT'S JOB Man's progress is measured by his ability to substitute machin- ery for his own muscles. Today. our progress potential is almost infinite. Its only Iimil' willbe the capacity of our young people to forge new and better ways to do the worId's work. Congratulations on your gradua- tion. the first maior step toward this goal. Manning, Maxwell and Moore, Inc. Shaw-Box Crane 81 Hoist Division Muskegon, Michigan OPEN EVERY DAY 9 a.m. 'till midnight "Everything from Soup to Nuts" STREVEL'S MARKET 8. HARDWARE 6977-79 Grand Haven Road SIETSEMA FLOOR COVERINGS 1114 Jefferson Street Muskegon, Michigan Dial 2-7521 Linoleum, Tile 8. Carpet CLASS PORTRAITS OF DISTINCTION Phone 23013 184 W. Western Ave. "Across From Penny's" MISS DANNELLE MISS ESTELLA BARTON BENNETT B-S- Degree A.B. Degree Bob jones University Western Michigan English University Co-advisor, Oaklian Players English Facult MR. WILLIAM BOSSERDET B.S., M.A. Degrees Central Michigan College Michigan State University Driver Education 1959 7-.5 , 'X . N 1 MR. JAMES V, COBB MR. A. M. COURTRIGHT A.B., M.A. Degrees B-S-, M-A- Degrees Western Michigan University of Michigan University Columbia University University of Michigan Mechanical Drawing English and Phgtggraphy Advisor, Future Engineers 9 MR. E. BIDVIA B.S. Degree Central Michigan College Driver Education MISS MAXINE COBB B.S. Degree Western Michigan University Physical Education Advisor, Booster Club 'gs ? av MR. O. CURTIS BRASH B.S. Degree Western Michigan University Auto and Power Shop Co-advisor, Hi-Y Club MR. DONALD G. DEWITT A.B., M.A. Degrees Hope College University of Michigan English Co-advisor, Hi-Y Club Q' MRS. BARBARA DAVIES A.B. Degree Hope College Spanish and English Advisor, Spanish Club .4- -J '61 ,,.- .v,, iw 'lp' :J A A Ks , , iz Hill MISS CYNTHIA DIAMOND A.B. Degree University of Michigan English Advisor, National Honor Society Co-advisor, Cheerleaders Advisor, Sophomore Class Best Wishes and Success To the Class of 1959 MUSKEGON THEATRES. Inc. MICHIGAN STATE REGENT STRAND Besf Wishes to the Class of 1959 A. KRAUTHEIM Muskegorfs Fine Jeweler Since 1887 329 W. Western Congrafulafions Class of'1959 HOME LOAN CO Phone 3-1376 2515 Peck Sl. Congralulalions fo Our Graduafing Class of 1959 from MORTON Ivlanufacluring Co. A Muskegon Heighfs Indus'l'ry Since 1891 Builders of Draw-cul' Machine Tools and Special Machinery Auiomafic Welding Machines Finished Machine Keys 126 . I -.f-.-uf' 1 noun , 4 FN ' Q 1.7 ' '-D, l 4 S, I ,.,., 'Il V4 is I , 5' I 3 , ' 4 al l JL' -.Ti W 1 ' Q, A .3 I, .,.,, X4 Barberini Food Markei Complimenls of VOTAW'S RADIO ELECTRIC SERVICE Telephone 31-995 2934 Peck Street If 'a :J w W--. W - 'A' H ' , ,mga If ,,, , ' - 33"a 1 11' J-22:1 .L ,X I : l N' , -'-.,.fZi'3lfaQ-ings-vi'-'-'L 'VX W -,GHG ' s- 551 ' - 'L xii: -' , R--"if NI, V .. ' - fs Y is ' C - ' 3-"3" i f " 7'5:""'.,-flxfal-' J- . 55: Q? 05 5911 y5g,.iixw - V'-'S 2-1 1-1 W -E P':',,,,...,.x-F,-.1 E f if K5inu ,..i 213-sm W3 V ,,. . . . . . XXI , I L-, " 'A , l i Ai ' - --'- 5.1141 . fm- TN, "X 'i -nf., ' - v -11u1n1xK'g-Harris f - :Hs-Ms-AX new . ' ws V, ,313 Q- '-3.5-. 234 L: il :-3 333 ff f 1- 'WUI , 1 , ,irlw ' ' 1 uw--Q:-..1. -P 2, N " 2 v s: - ..,.. , 1, 521 ii A if fl H 9:51 ak- M: "' 4 ' fi- A ?"E1f"i'5 '1 1f"""1f ' P" "r- 1 5514 ..x. ,.,.,-...W,..w,......,...... I ,,-.lZ V- QM - - ,, v + ,pw YM., U ,,4 in .M-'V' .4-0 A L-1, X4. 'W -Q.-,. Q .'m4,-,Y - ,AP ' . ,, V ' , Y NCQ Wx X...r KA'-X V . Q ' ' -1 N, ,xx Albed J. Galy Johnny Crowell's Real Esfafe Used Cars Congraiulaiions +0 ine Class of 1959 u ALSTROM CONSTRUCTION, INC. Posi' Office 8, Muskegon Heighfs. Michigan Phone 3-1444 or 3-1887 127 Congrafulafions Class of 1959 DAVIES CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Telephone 325449 Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of M fuskegon '4 'fowl 'os M' P fC0 5rer7afof.v and lxlrznderx QgEs.iiiiTg.i4Q 9' 1 5- John Wood Company-BenneH Pump Division 128 jk? gfea tel' lfL5LQg0lfl prokddiona lgiaofograla em rkiociafion Beckquist Studio Conrad's Columbia Studio Lyle Christenson C. Felt Studio Lee Harding, Portraits Al Jensen Camera Shop Bervin Johnson, Whitehall Calvin Johnson Camera Shop Leonard Kooiman Studio Tourcotte 129 MlCHlGAN'S LARGEST RESTAURANT "v 'I f-1" 1' 'f L' , V ...., , .v.-.V...4 ,..., .-,A , .Q IW I 0' 1. T'VV I 1 I fx .ff 14 if 0 .1 .V ifiiziiiliziilff' 4 I EX 5 13 4 - TQ" A' A 1' 'T'TV I' - I S' - A - 5. I ., .. B11 'gi lls p ' 1 'xx Ig I: 11a ,i N 435 A 'if ,V E " Q gffII':':' JB -fl ' ' U 'I I if ' 751: . . -F , 1 -2 :- - .- ' IP 'I I - '-,r,5fg, ',"' I,"5,5,5: I. . "P"f'L 5 2 , Q A ff" 71-Q21 Y b" 'I-'-1232522-'15'i:?'f?:PfPI- 'S ' A .,,. .I ' 'f'f'3Q2:5I'-I S. RefQm.fve.fI+iS41..PY DvnfbffH1'fr??3fii5'31 A AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT P S Wins D I N Dial - 3 p SOUTHERN FRIED 27-9212 -Y . g I 1 CHICKEN -- I 1 STEAKS ' ' 1 ' M9553 DRINKS CLOSING HOURS: fd, 5- -,.,m Mon. 8. Tues. 9:00 P.M. AI , ' . .:fj I ,g W2 w II, 3, Thurs. 12:00 A.M. , 1Q,.F:fff Sg ' f r ' Ffi. s. sae. 1:00A.M. , I . , ,Q , Q, 2, ' -fg, ff ,Y X fs Q ' . . f- 4 .Q , K4-HI FI-5 AMPLE OFF STREET PARKING . 'b f' fl-P 2410 HENRY 'N-f NIBBLE - A - SCRIB - NIB I946 Peck I7a4 Ge++y Il W. Broadway Ph. 2644I5 Ph. 23829 Ph. 3I926 'M US 3l Nor+l'I I674 Apple Ph. 4I5lI Phone 27383 MR. SCRlB'S HANDOUT b 629 E. Lakefon Phone 23I64 McClary's Market SCHOOL and PICNIC SUPPLIES Open 7 days a week THANK YOU -CALL AGAIN 2941 Henry SL. Muskegon Heights, Mich. 130 in If See Col Essenberg at the AUTO MART ARMSTRONG'S TEN-TWENTY-NINE for a good used cor. 2537 Peck Street U S E D C A R S Phone 3-2998 Congratulations to the Class of '59 Dm 3 ' 2 9 ' 0 Bos MoonE's BOATS 8K MOTORS Dial 32-5458 2501 Peck ot Hume 2528 Peck Street MUSKEGON HEIGHTS Muskegon Heights 17? 2 V an FARR VIEW DAIRY Conqrafulafions fo fhe Graduafes of fhe Class of 1958 "Only fhaf day downs fo which we are awake." -Tho CAMPBELL, WYANT and CANNON FOUNDRY COMPANY Congra+ula+ions Seniors from CONTINENTAL MOTORS CORPORATION 132 TC THE CLASS CF '59 Paul D. Nelson, graduate of Muskegon Heights High School with the Class of '50, is a Supervisor at our LaGrange, Indiana Division of Sealed Power Corporation. His advancement with the company to his present position exemplifies the oppor- tunities available at Sealed Power Corporation for ambitious graduates who are willing to work for and accept more respon- sibility. Upon completion of your formal education, Sealed Power affords alert young men and women opportunities for a re- warding livelihood: ealecl Power Corporation LEADING MANUFACTURERS OF ENGINE PARTS Plants in Mttskegon Heights and St. johns, Nlichigang Rochester and LaGrange, Indiana and Stratford, Ontario 133 sfaw , Q..-5 .1 ---- gg- Q" Compliments To The Class of 1959 NORGE DIVISION BORG-WARNER CORPORATION Congrafulafions fo the Class of 1959 Reid Tool Supply Co. 332 W. Delano Avenue SCOTT-TJAPKES I. G. A. FOOD LINERS 1961 Apple Ave. 4218 Grand Haven Rd. MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN S 5000 Watfs 1600 KC WTRU Have fun all the time listening to "TRU" SANITARY DAIRY COMPANY Q : A ' ' .,,.,k,xW.,,.,v M., I wt .vw h M 1, I A H ALFRED J. HUNTER 81 CO. 135 Q . Mmagkhz., up-Ex MR. WILLIAM H. Miss RUTH ERIKSON MISS JUDITH FEHR MR. WARNER DINGLER B.S. Degree B.S. Degree GALOMBECK B.S. Degree Eastern Michigan College Vvheat'-'YH College Cincinnati Conservatory of Western Michigan American and General HOIIZIG ECOTIOUHCS CF0OdSD Music University History AdVlS0lf, Y-TEENS Club Scholarship, Advanced Woodwork and General C0'2dV1501', Cheefleadefs Certificate Math Orchestra MR. EUGENE W. GILLASPY A.B., B.S. Degrees Western Michigan University Northwestern University Michigan State University Speech Co-advisor Oaklian Players MRS. ELOISE L. HEATON B.S., M.A. Degrees University of Nebraska University of Michigan Typing Facult MR. DELMAR W. FIRME A.B., B.S., M.A. Degrees Western Michigan University University of Michigan Civics and Economics Coach, Football and Baseball "arse Q' A MR. OSCAR E. JOHNSON MRS. RUTH HASTINGS MR. A. HUTTENGA MISS KATHRYN A.B., M.A. Degrees B.S., M.A. Degrees KEILLOR AB- Degfe? , Adrian College Ferris Institute A.B., M.F.A. Degrees Wefterrl Mlchlgan University of Michigan Michigan State University Western Michigan UmV?fS'tY French and Spanish Bookkeeping University Afnencan Govermflent Advisor, French Club Cranbrook Academy of Art Duector of Athletics Art and Crafts Coach, Football and Basketball 10 RASOR'S MAINTENANCE SERVICE 854 Oak Ridge Rd. Muskegon, Michigan 30-1116 34-210 2224 S. Division Grand Rapids, Mich. GL 21-401 CH 38871 Ben and Tump Bricker invite you to come to TUMP'S POK-A-BOUT GIFT SHOP Brouse through our selection ot: Casual and 'Formal china, stainless fiat- ware and holloware, crystal and milk glass. Check our Bridal Registry to solve the correct gift for your friends. THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFULLY PROPORTIONED CAR. F O R D FOR FIFTY-NINE. FRED KNACK, FORD, INC. PECK AT SHERMAN MUSKEGON HEIGHTS CONGRATULATIONS FROM HEIGHTS STORE OF FAMOUS BRANDS Parson's Department Store Congratulations from THE ALLSTEAK Elein Sutton Class of '24 Proprietor i Compliments to the Class of 1959 A T i H o s L E R' s lalcos Restaurant and Charcoal l Hearth fSfeaks, Chops, Chicken, Sea Foodj 428 WEST WESTERN we ' , l li 'x i Y i T at x lf, ll ,lv ily . vt' W A Q ' T t fmgfi if 3 .mg T 4 TL L Q Foon sronrgjwg as .3 l 'F GETTY FCOD MARKET 137 ti DANIELS 9 lb U O CONGR LATIONS S c -its :W 364 W. Western Avenue Distinctive Gifts Y h h d fI'f' ' - ' ' ' . E f f aff'- poffafgoilfffagffduixrf NZVQS 3 you press foward even bigger accomplish- I ' ' X 1 V ments, we extend our best wishes for con- N3 qw, tinued success. R I M 5 R Bi 57 I fs 'E Redd Kilowaff -. EX ' '-s' , Y 'Illl - ff V Your Elecfric Servani' sf P A ! -M FQ J J 1 f l g f CONSUMERS POWER E -f m 5 g COMPANY R - R' E , MYERS SERVICE eff, I I , f . - J 5 1 - V ' S f' Kyn- 1 LANGLOIS STCRES 138 x'FiQ- 1 4-Q 7 X: 215 '. ,J M7 if Q fx X fg '7 if 'SEZMEV 32 ff 75? , , l MX il J, 84134 la .-J f,,,, egg? I ff HEEEVQTEIEE S if ' -QW Cf ,W L E E-: g..,..,E lm S7d.gg1'7" 54 , .,. .... ,7. , l EE-ET?EE3TUT21E-QETLEEEIQQELTHE-52' -" - 5231215122 f f 3, 'g 1 E 1 1 1 ff'f'j -li? WEE E IE 1 1 E1 EEE ----1 E E- - E ll if-I E-1 .-L, I 3 I 'iifggi 'TEQQ '1 i A I, E is ed 5 ,-ee s'7'550" LEE FUNERAL HQME ollriing' Gfdb SQBUQQKJELMBL CLEAN E R S I - or , is vga, 1 SOCKS SABIN CLEANERS 139 Meiers Cleaners, Inc. 1 H A , E No. 1 - 95 WEST BROADWAY No. 2 - 4206 GRAND HAVEN ROAD No. 3 - 1671 W. SHERMAN BLVD. 140 f fm? ' Q- -553,5 X X QE' 'un-.ng-suns,-L..-.f-..-.1 - "fw.,,v 'X vhfuml CW1 ,gmvvx J 0 H E X I N s SUPER SERVICE X A 4- ' - .1 'S-L .l0HN'S SUPER SERVICE Shirts Loundered Z ...M-,..Q..+,,... .... . 3 1 E is REMWOLT CLEANERS Rf S SRE? 58- f Las? Crvicv W ' i In 4qqAnb IAXV WmPWe,I.,M KI i ' . b"UbrIc67:52mFM M Rudy and Bud's Friendly Service BUILDING S PPLY II ADQUARTERS sewen me I Qgi: "" eiscsmem smcxs wmoowg ssvnc TANKS Momma I ,,.-- I SI r-L , FuRNAcEs com. "-- I If gk il BRICKS , COAL EI BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY MARTIN coAL AND BUILDING V055 HARDWARE SUPPLY COMPANY TOMLINSON'S BARBER SHOP 1 R. J. QUIGLEY DRAPERIES 42 Qt77"TY 1157- - I X .. -...Q f' f....J r A -- ..- 'TJ' Q' . Ylhdww 5- li - ru MALVIN'S JEWELRY gQMMEwCP' " w ,Wy-.T.' FREDRICKS LUMBER CO ' , Ai - Q, V , 1 .4 V in ..,., , W r .,-- :mwss nomsr Commercial Press .f""-i-A ...,., -,,,h V- K uf s Q. Q J. S. Anderson Packing Co. Master of Photography Lyman Bldg. - Tel. 2-5714 Kwon 5,,,,,,...' DAMM HARDWARE 144 CONGRATULATIONS SENlORS- You have reached another great plateau of lite- BE PREPARED- l. Establish and keep a good credit rating. 2. Arrange a planned savings program. 3. Pay by check. 4. Choose the progressive bank with 100 years experience. TST in Muskegon NATIONAL LUMBERMAN'S BAN K 3 convenient locations Laketon 8g Sanford 225 W. Western Sherman 81 Wickham LLOYD J. BELL-REALTOR REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE Peclc 81 Broadway -- Heights 2539 Peck Street P'eSC'lPllO" 5PeC'a"SlS MusKEeoN HEIGHTS, MICHIGAN since l9ll Telephone 32-369 Meister's Feed 8g Hardware Your Health 31 Comtort depends on Feed Seed' permizery pef and Good Plumbing 81 Heating Garden Supplies 30OI PECK ST. :: PHONE 3-24l7 RUITER BROTHERS Headquarters tor Pittsburgh Paints in the Heights 145 MISS ELEANOR KIDWELL B.S., M.A. Degrees Indiana University Denver University Library Advisor, Library Staff 1959 A MR. CALVIN F. KOEHN Western Michigan University United Typothetae School of Printing Graphic Arts .1 V . V ,, ,Q f L Jil fi ! 1 ,,r.f,, ,cf N MR. ALBERT MEERZO B.M. Degree Michigan State University Band MRS. DOROTHEA W. MURPHY B.S. Degree North Dakota Agricultural College Home Economics QC'lothingJ at .. . ,, 1, sm 'r ' sgafil V. ,,t, ,J - , sd MR, DAVID R, MR. ELMER MRS. FLORENCE MCKENZIE MOREHOUSE MURRAY A.B. Degree B.A. Degree B.S. Degree Central Michigan College Albion College Northern Michigan College History Biology Counseling and Guidance MR, WILLIAM E. MURRAY A.B., M.A. Degrees Certificate in Journalism University of Michigan English and Journalism Advisor, Acorn and Oaks MR. CHARLES NEIR MR. GROVER EHS- fQf'1AIEg'e1f-e1iORR1S AB' Degree NIERGARTH Ceritral.lVlichiganeColle e Eastern Michigan College B.S. Degree Universit of M. h. g Mathematics gesggyl Michigan College Americanyl-Iistolfg 'gan Advisor, Junior Class Advisor' FTA and 11 Sophomore Class .wg ,ir H was-2, Brunswick, Bullce, Collencler Co. Fischer- Hardware -...kin Everything Photographic 367We5,Wes,em RAD I u M P H o T o s E R v I c E Phone 24-5252 146 lik-l-Q ' 1 , . "5-ml' AMERICAN COIL SPRING COMPANY f" Brundage Cui'-Raie Drugs .199-9-ggi' , .I ai , .. . ., 5,4 ,-- I ,. L" I ., HMT , 2 , 1 'f,g.,., . A I , a,..-.- 1 , 4 -I ,.s . . I , , A . .,, , I '- I I .Im 2 ' ' 'M-' , - - - '. A .M q,.,,,s 2 I ' f ' -v -. I H fsffwffzi X' . ,' f' " 'f f ' , . ., 2'p:,4'.'Lf-V5-5L6"T39 . ., I I 1 , ' 3375 i'1x.11,3f2ffIv1w WITTKOPP Tool. coMPANv WQLVERINE EXPRESS 147 '- Heineman Pharmacy IO43 W. Laketon Phone 25-387 Besf Wishes Class of '59 PAINE, WEBBER CONGRATULATIONS JACKSON 8: CURTIS TO THE CLASS OF 1959 Muskegon Member of New York Stock Exchange from Hackley Union NaT'I Bank Bldg. WALTER LARSEN, Resident Manager PLUMBING 8. HEATING We, Alggnnrgrjufllgts. H. S. the graduates of I959 O HARWOOD.-.NELSON 2429 Peck Phone 3-2935 373 W. Western it w giiillif gL O Best Wishes M U S K E G O N SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Apple of spring FREE EMPLOYMENT TO GRADUATES Congratulations Class of 1959 HOPPE'S SUPER I. G. A. MARKET 273 E. Broadway Street Congratulations from P. B. SERVICE Phone 33-4103 T. V. Bomberski Peck at Barney Compliments of JIROCH CANDY AND TOBACCO CO. Since 1 866 Compliments of W11ittingt0n's BARBER SHOP jim Whittington, Proprietor PHONE 3-1120 2815 SANFORD STREET Mills Ice Cream C0 QUALITY ICE CREAM TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU 110 APPLE AVE., MUSKEGON 2324 PECK STREET, MUSKEGON HEIGHTS MUSKEGON FEDERAL SAVINGS Sc LOAN ASSOCIATION Your Savings Are Invited FIRST NEAR IVESTERN Best Wishes Class of 1958 SAY IT WITH COOPER'S FLOWERS 2512 Peck Street Phone 3-2218 LLOYD J. BELL -REALTOR- 2539 Peck Street MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, MICHIGAN Telephone 32-369 BOER HARDWARE Telephone 3-1019 4210 Grand Haven Road Muskegon. Michigan D -Q F1 -Q PRII'1TI11G COIT1PF1I'1Y N sANFonn AI , 9, HO Ll ROCK o 4, neon! Q9 OGQ za-vu 1,19 4DHv- UNO 150 HALL ELECTRIC COMPANY TClClfZ'.9I-IJIZ Appliances Corzstrulcfiorz Izngz ncrfrz ng lllolor Rffbzulzlzng Uizll 2-3758 'Tlvr' lfrwl CUNA' Nu Klint' limb Mwronn Sr. MuSKLr.oN, Mlc.mf.,xN l'.XCl'fllllllg for the office, cxcepl NIZlf'llll1CS-Cllfllfi,LlC5kS,I:iI'C-fllCS,filil'1g mulmincls, indexing systems, loose-leaf and payroll equipment - 4,000 prod- mu. muh "lllllC-CIlgilXCCl'Cdn to help gm-1 more llunc, c nsicr, :mrl in lcis lime, 'Bunk Like a Skyscrapcf Qllk THE SHAW-WALKER CO. Jlfuxkegan, Jlfichigan "We'd Love lo Bake Your Wedding Cake" COLE'S BAKERY 2534 PECK HEIGHTS 151 For All Your Money MaHers HACKLEY UN F D ational Bank 82 rust Co OFFICES - MUSKEGON a MONTAGUE o MUSKEGON HEIGHTS BOELKINS Super Markei 2300 Maffeff Sfreei' Finer Foods A pleasant' place fo shop Congratulations to your Graduating Class of 1959 from KEITH Tool 8. Engineering Company Designers and Manufacturers of Tools, Jigs, Fixtures, Dies, Gauges Experimental Machine Work 6662 Grand Haven Road Spring Lake, Michigan HANSENS ICE CREAM 395 XV. Broadway Phone 32-6219 Nluskcgon Heights, Nlich. Compliments of Congrafulafions THE STARIHA AGENCY and Real Esfafe - Insurance GOO!! Luck fo '59 Gl'CldS Frank Sfariha, Jr. Class of '46 James Stariha, Class of '53 Phone 3-2169 PETERSON'S Shell Service 2916 SANFORD ST. jl sl' sm' IH or 13R0,xnw,xs' Complefe Service for your Car ECQNQMY HARDXNVARE Broadway all Henry Quality Hardware at l7lf0fl67'Clft Muskegon Heighis Pl-mes 2812 Peck Street xIll5liCgOll Height Phone Fl-2273 153 1 Congratulations to the Class of 1959 HIGHLAND PARK DAIRY CUMPANY Serving Greater Muskegon with Fine Dairy Products for Over Fifty Years! 154 Charge Accounts Delivery Service CARL'S SUPER MARKET ON BROADWAY SINCE 1891 Choice Meats, Grocerzfes Produce, Frozen Foods Coles Bakery Depa'rtm,ent IN THE HEIGHTS Dress Right - - - you can't afford not to! THE 6 349 W. Western Ave. Muskegon. Mich. PECK AT BROAD WAY Plmnc 3-2355 STEVES BEAUTY SHOP Stevena Addink LaNORE'S GROCERY Complete Groceries, Meats, Notions When you run out - run in Phone 3-1431 1196 Shettler Road, Muskegon MR. ELMER O. OJALA B.S., College Life Degrees Western Michigan University Machine Shop, Welding AWARD! V Ol' DEBATE I9S'I S8 o SIT .,J MR. JOHN Miss KATHRYN REID MR- JACK W- RICE REGENMORTER A.B. Degree A-B-, MA- Degfees B.S., M.A. Degrees Western Michigan Hillsdale College I Northwestern University University Un1V9f51tY Of M1Fh1Ean Speech, Debate and English Shorthand and Typing World and Ameflcan Coach, Debate and History Forensics 'YP' Af' L -. MISS ALICE STANGLAND B.S, Degree Bob jones University .,.Jg Y, X - MR. LEONARD SCHREGARDUS A.B., M.A. Degrees Hope College English Michigan State University Advisor, Y-Teens, Junior Mathematics Class, Youth for Christ Club AdViS01', Senior Class Qt? Q i L2 A f . A M -.- .: -- 1 2- A MR. WINFIELD R. STUDIER A.B. Degree Muskegon Community College Western Michigan University Chemistry X MISS JANE SCHROEDER A.B., M.A. Degrees University of Michigan English and Mathematics Advisor, Student Council and History Club Facult 1959 MISS MABEL SUTTON A.B,, M.A, Degrees University of Michigan Latin and History Advisor, Latin Club MR. RUDY THIES A.B., M.A. Degrees Western Michigan University Mathematics Advisor, Junior Class 12 -.J W1 MRS. CLARETTA M. THOMPSON B.S., M.S. Degrees Western Michigan University University of Michigan Bookkeeping, Typing, and Commercial Arithmetic Advisor, Senior Class Gomplimenfs of Pyle Pa Hem 8 Manafacfuring 60 YONKER SUPPLY CO. Conqralulalions and Besl Wishes 'lo 'lhe Class of 1959 Wholesale Plumbing 81 Healing Equipment Industrial Supplies PHARMACIES T338 WOOD STREET Phone 3-2947 2544 Peck Sfreel' MUSKEGON HEIGHTS Congrafulation Seniors from Phone 3-1033 D. s. cz. sronzs, mc. 8,2 w Broadway Headquarfers for all school supplies Rooseveu' Park 156 YVESTERN MICHIGAN OUTBOARD SALES AND SERVICE 2931 Peak Snrccl Muskegon Heights, KIichi3.m QUALITY ALUMINUM CASTING COMPANY Producers of NonFenos Metal Castings Ph e 3-2285 2700 R10 PORTRAIIS - Bzxlmics - Gl'llfIlIlllI11l - FamiliCS - Wfclrlingw Cal ,l0Ims0n'S Camera Shop and Studio ' ' -r'm' Pm' LIPIJUIIIIIIICIII 4.1lI-ef.Ih 'MII CJIIICTIIIC N XIIINLCQUII. Xl I Complimenfs of ACME HARDWARE 101 E. Broadway J. H, Lee 8 Son Hardware Congratulation , Graduates That important day when you receive your diploma will soon arrive. And we join with your friends and family in offering our congratulations. As your life is punctuated by the pleas- ant excitement of graduation day, accept your diploma as a symbol of a job well done. Let it carry you forward as you move on in education or begin your career. Your friends at the Michigan Consolidated Gas Company wish you continued suc- cess with the new life that now lies before you. MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY Construction With a Future Build with Celocrete Lite-Weight Blocks CERTIFIED CONCRETE INC. QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALS and READY-MIXED CONCRETE 777 East Sherman Boulevard lVIurn Bros. Garage Coniplctc Motor Rebuilding Motor Tune-up Expert Body lVork 28I0 Peck Street Muskegon Heights, M ch dau 5.4.4. DWARDS BROTHERS, 1NC. Ann Arbor, Michigan JVYYN, 4 ..-- 473' l 'J J. N 1-44 . -" ' Q :.15.. nf ff v- '.'f'ff'J- ff Neff.: -' sg ' Afvh-' v .:'. . V I . "sq l I . ,. '.v7'4' X-1" Q X-Q2 'f f A S5 ' ff? ,.,'1"1-' --gii.. fs PUBLICATIONS STAFF 1959 EDITOR-IN -CHIEF Barbara Weston ASSOCIATE EDITOR Donna Johnson SENIOR EDITORS Kathleen Williams Beverly Jensen ART EDITOR Pat Lange PHOTOGRAPH EDITORS Barbara Earley Marva Atlas ADVERTISING EDITOR Adele Nelson BUSINESS MANAGER Jo Vasquez PASTE-UP EDITOR Nancy Popelar FACULTY EDITOR Pat Sanregret UNDERGRAD EDITORS Penny Susterich Marquita Uecker MUSIC EDITOR Phyllis Maner SPORTS EDITORS Gene Young Mike Whittaker John Crandall Bob Sims Art Christopher ACTIVITIES EDITOR Kay Reid SHIPPING CLERK Dave Bringedahl REPORTERS Carla Everett Nancy Lein Judy Pasco Amy Pedler Kathleen Swarvar Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Barbara Weston Donna Johnson Table of Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication . A , , , .. 2 Administration , .. ,. 4-5 Faculty . . .. . 9-13 Clubs and Activities 16-47 Athletics ,. . ,... ,,... ..... . , 50-61 Undergrads A 64-74 Seniors , . , 80-107 Advertising ,, ,.... .. ..,..,,, . .... A ..,.. ,. . H110-160 Staff Advisors Editorial Advisor 7 , ..,. Mr. W. E. Murray Art ,. .. ,.., .. ,. 7 Miss Kathryn Keillor Photography , ,. .,.,,.. .. .. .. Mr. J. V. Cobb Advertising Sales , Mr. Leonard Schregardus Consultant . . , .. Mr. H. A. Kruizenga Acknowledgments The Oaks Staff wishes to thank the following for volunteer assistance in providing many of the photos used in this yearbook, and for devel- oping and enlarging negatives. The Muskegon Chronicle Muskegon Heights Police Department Gerald Sattory Camera Class Mr. Bill Sprecken Cover Design by Pat Lange WMUS Radio ,...,.... ,,....,.,....... ......... M a rquita Uecker Chronicle School Page ,,..,,.. ..... ,.,.,., , C arla Everett .A - ., .' .1 . "5 "F .'i '- n . .,-.1 x M..-I -. Hype' . .S . - 1 w .4 '1-' . vu . . f . ' 1 3 -, -, , . '11 ' ox ,., - 'H-J ,-, .- , Q . . .' 4 t': ? ' 1 .. v1 - 3.4. , .412 4' - gm . . . . .w ." . -. . 1' .. .w- . '41 f, ,. M. " . A., 5.9 A RIA, .. zu .L H - s r .5 Qwxzil - 'H TS- K ' '. 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This year's homecoming found Deanna Swanson and Robert Wait serving as our royal couple. Members of their court included: Nancy Johnson and Kurt Meier, Barbara Thornley and Eugene Youngg Carla Everett and Charles Mat- thewsg William Poland and Dorothy Piasecki, Richard Wright and Shirley Robinson, and Larry Sorenson and Sue Zachariason. The Queen and King were escorted by Jerry Chapin and Shari Bieriema, respectively. The royal couple was crowned by Mrs. Carolina Lewandowski, a faithful Heights Tiger fan for the past twenty years, and Mr. Jimmy Burns, one of the first Heights letter winners. This year was the unveiling of the new crowns which were the result of efforts of a committee headed by Carla Everett. Senior Arbor Girls were: Sharon Dierking, Sue Eckerman, Jackie Edie, Pat Lange, Kenda Long, Karen Meisch, Sharon Skodack, Karen Smith, Barbara Weston, and Kathleen Williams. The band, under the direction of Albert Meerzo, furnished back- ground music for the procession. The Student Council, under the supervision of Mr. Jack W. Rice, was sponsor of homecoming, one of the most beautiful and elaborate events of the school year. Back Row: Richard Wright, Bill Poland, Bob Wait, Larry Sorenson Front Row: Nancy Johnson, Barbara Thornley, Carla Everett, Deanna Swanson INN x 1 Y ,x PP , , . ,, ' .4 5 .ff 1 W Lets Take a Stroll Around . Q-A' N Kenda Long, Bob Wait, and Karen Meisch demonstrate how they make our Heights debate team a winning one. -Pi f Here Jean Hershberger, Don Wood, Joan Cheever, Herb Czerwon, and Fred Meyers work on a physics experiment as Mr. Ken Thornley, their instructor, advises them. Proudly displaying the new yearbook cover, designed by Pat Lange, are the main editors of the Oaks. They are: Donna Johnson, assistant editor, Wil- liam Murray, advisor, Adele Nelson, ad- vertising editor, Barbara Weston, edi- tor-in-chief, and seated are Gene Young, sports editor, and Pat Lange, art editor. fi N . 'G if f Through Classrooms and Halls Preparing for the Choir-Orchestra Concert are from left to right: fseatedj Sharon Bradley, Karen Smith, and Karen Meischg second row: Sharon Dierking, Sue Eckerman, Marquita Uec- ker, and Carole Schoolcraftg third row: Pete Bartels and Gary Mast. Mary Layton, Chairman of Professional Problems Committee of the W.R. Booker Future Teachers of America Club, is leading the F .T.A. pledge during the induction of new members. Refreshments were served following the in- duction. 19 Spirit Is The Thing We Find Hin Coach Okie Johnson gives the team a few pointers before an after noon practice. Tom Whelpley, Gene Gillaspy, Frank So- hasky, Fred Strong, Superintendent, and Alex Bell, Chief of Police, admire the new score board donated to Heights High School by the M.H. Club. 20 A "Big Red robot and a Tiger robot shake hands as a symbol of good sportsmanship 1n the pep assembly before the Heights vs Muskegon football game . Wherever We Explore . Floyd Cook, Muskegon Heights Drum Ma- jor, and Ted Bensinger, Muskegon Drum Major, autograph the "Welcome M Band" sign following the Tiger-Big Red game. 5 I: A6 An excited crowd is very intent on the Heights vs. Muskegon basketball game. D TXGERS - x 1 s. B2 5' -Q-'wflfldr Here are Judy Smith, Bev- erly Jensen, Julie Coddington, Nancy Johnson, and Kathy Williams displaying posters they made to create spirit among the students for a big game. If It's Drama Youre Looking For . THE NIGHT OF JANUARY 16TH A court room scene set the stage for the '59 Senior Class play. Karen Andre was on trial for the murder of Bjorn Faulkner. Mr. Flint and Mrs. Stevens questioned witnesses for facts deciding Miss Andre's guilt or inno- cence. A jury was selected from the audience each night to determine the verdict. CAST Prison Matro .. Bailiff Kenda Long John Crandall Judge Heath District Attorney Flint His Secretary Defense Attorney Stevens His Secretary Clerk of the Court Karen Andre Dr. Louise Kirkland Mrs. John Hutchins Homer Van Fleet Elmer Sweeney Nancy Lee Faulkner Magda Svenson John Graham Whitfield Jane Chandler Sigurd Yungquist Larry Regan Roberta Van Rensselaer Court Stenographer Court Policeman Joel Sietsema J ack Briggs Sharlene Taylor Pete Bartels Adele Nelson Fred Guillemot Carla Everett Karen Smith Pat Lange Bill Bartels James Galpin Sharon Dierking Janice Vitek Rodney Johnson Susan Eckerman Don Benninger Kirk Johnson Barbara Thornley Pat Sanregret Jim Lindsey Prompter Roberta Lulofs STAFF F Miss Dannelle Barton, Director Mr. Eugene Gillaspy, Technical Director Mr. Warner Galombeck, Music Director Y ' 0' I 4. i ' ' A .. W t ! . . - 2 -A ' f i ff' ' gil' ,g. 1' 1 1 i . We Have It With Music and Words THE JAMA ME Bissell and Abbott's whimsical tale of an argument between labor and management about a raise, based on the novel 6716 Cents," was formulated into "The Pajama Game." This cleverly written musical includes realistic factory life, romance, comedy in character, along with music, dance, and song. CAST Hines . . . . . Pete Bartels Prez . . . . . Gary Mast Joe . . . . . . Rod Johnson Hasler . . ...... Jack Briggs Gladys . . . Barbara Thornley Sid ....... . Mabel ...... First Helper Second Helper . . . . Jim Lindsey . . . Marcia Cook . . . Don Larabee . . . . Ben Bartlett Charlie ...... ......... J im Galpin Babe . . . Carole Schoolcraft Brenda . . . . Barbara Graham Poopsie . . . ..,,.. Pat Lange Salesman . . . . . Don Benninger Mae .... . . . Janice Vitek DANCERS Carla Everett, Chuck Kitchka, Mary Ann Roder, Mike Ohrling, Marge Peck, Don Larabee, Pat Lange, Ron Childress, Kay Malm- strom, Jim Galpin, Brad Lange, Janice Marks, Janice Golden, Dan Nye, Marilyn Martin, Mike Benedict, Judy Scott, Don Benninger. . PRODUCTION STAFF E. W. Gillaspy, Warner Galombeck, Karen Smith, Sharon Dierk- ing, J. W. Rice, J. K. Thornley, Eloise Heaton, Gertrude Thornley, Barbara Thornley, Doug Dingler, Dannelle Barton. People We Remember iitgig ' 5 'lf iw.-,, ' ,NA . Q. XA QQ' l :"'5j "1 M H' in i ii' um-kv aj, ll, ":- T1 ' j ARLENE PHILLIPS . . 'Is AJ , N Q X, FLOYD COOK Cherry Pie ueen "Cherry Pie-baking Queen" Arlene Phillips was the first place winner of the Cherry Pie Baking Contest, which was held at the Michigan Consolidated Gas Company in january. Arlene is a senior here at Muskegon Heights High School and has studied foods for three years. Her supervisor for the contest was Miss Judith F ehr, instructor in foods at Muskegon Heights High School. High-Stepping Drum-major ' Tiger Drum-major Floyd Cook was an outstanding student here for his entire three years, in fact, he is a man of many talents. He played football, basektball, was a class officer during his senior year, and also managed to become a drum-major in the band. Some do not know it, but Floyd also is an artist of ability. His cover-design was runnerup in the 1958 yearbook contest, and now adorns the sports section of that edition of The Oaks. Just Add a Bit More To The Glamorous Scene lg. "F 5 1 JI mt Y,-f :AK Mr. Len Hollar presents the Optimist Club's "Boy of the Year" award to Bob Wait, president of the MHHS Student Council. X X.: i' ,, . Bruce McFarren proudly displays his Prize fa Spanish dictionary? for winning 1st place in the State Spanish Contest. Yolanda and Victor Villanueva fea- tured the Mexican Hat Dance at the Spanish Club dance following the Heights-G.R. Ottawa basketball game. 'ms-v' i Barbara Merle, Sally Thompson, and Janet Rambo. Here a committee plans the Valentine dance that was spon- sored by Future Nurses to raise money for a nursing scholarship 54 - 'W 1 - .Q ii 2 ,fl if an 1 aw .J :DNF YM ff ef w, The Cheerleaders Cheer and The Tiger Roars Back row: Tumblers, Janice Marks and Marge Peck. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Front row: Jancie Golden, Carla Everett, Linda Jacobs, Barbara Graham, co-captain Pat Lange and co-captain Kay Reid. Mr. Kenneth E. Heineman, Muskegon Heights citizen and fan, donated this "Tiger" to Heights students which was placed in the C. F. Bolt Memorial Gym. RESERVE CHEERLEADERS From left to right: Norm Schneider, Kay Malmstrom, Brenda Sherman, Bonnie Cunningham . CTigerJ, Marilyn Martin, Pearline Jackson, and Shirley Crocker. As Students Keep Physically Fit Girls' and Boys' l Physical Education Intramural Games bb me-tfsn ngn"5 Director of Athletics Mr. Oscar E. Johnson Oscar E. Johnson, the dean of Michigan high school coaches, whose football, basketball, and baseball teams year after year have been acclaimed among the finest in the state, has completed another successful year as a builder of men out of boys. In the past Mr. Johnson's football teams have exper- ienced numerous undefeated seasons. His basketball teams have won three state titles, and even in the leaner years his teams have been strong contenders. Many of "Okie's" former athletes have gone on to earn national recognition in inter-collegiate sports. We salute "Okie" in his thirty-second year of coach- ing at Muskegon Heights High School and wish him Faculty Managers Mr. J. A. Huttenga T55 c V1 V .1- continued success in the coming years. is , rtia ,, , f e I law. wife?" gi as Y, ' at 5' LY 2 kt if .Q ,,g. f fix" ' 'f mm, N 4 i fi rl if ' .ff-Q -r .i-Af,-Q -.Biz -KW 11 5 ., -f f mega 'X ,, W f , 'we-1 -rv' f ,NJ . it 'E Ag ,. , .rg ..,,, 5 I W ' ixvv. Wade ' Z' 1 5 , as a 1:3515 , fr ia Ut 4 QF' - -Sf, cr' 5. ,zlerfizn ,grin 'gr 1 -M 1, V' 5 f,A1,.x5Q, - i. A ' 2-'jj'f,.3.,l,-Lrg: tg . .' is 4 - , 3x:'f'. ' 1' H , 33:7 '- mfg , "'r.' Qi Q53 e- H .7 4.2.4 jf! 7- 1, L43 3 w 59, fam: ig, Q-fur..-f." ' Mr. E. W. Gillaspy 28 ART OLIVER Detroit Free Press All-State 1st Team All-City 1st Team Court Stars in Action 1 4l ,l 1 Vs .... I 0 .sf I . r I w 1 MOST BASHFUL Dawn Andrew Bob Christiansen XX p f 5 NKIL ii , 'Vx K J- G, I CLASS CUT-UPS Barb Graham Gene Young 5.5. LK or wi +"'m BEST ACTORS Carole Schoolcraft Kirk Johnson x an L Q b' N W Wiz' v W 7 PW' .'-04" - YTTIT' 35' fi -,,, BEST LOOKING Deanna Swanson Bill Poland CLASS FLIRTS Lynn Hiddema Mike Whittaker THE T WN Arn. , - X Q N 7 r Ha. ', X ,lgfm , UA T --, gg". C Q FC? . I-s 4 ":.-f: ii 1 i vi ' . L T121-N H 0 . d 6' 7 qc f " MOST ATHLETIC Annie Mae Foster Art Oliver 'K . "V, '5 1' ws, A ' ,L K L T O Z O oo 0 0519 MOST LIKELY-TO-SUCCEED Nancy Johnson Larry Sorenson - 1 1. .ffl K, wg, MY MOST ALL-AROUND Carla Everett Bob Wait 6- 5 . Q X, W V1 .A 1 +1 'Y-'Sy Us r Wg 2 I BEST DANCERS Pat Lange Bill Friend W' 3-nf-Q CUTEST COUPLE J an Sorenson Gary Mast B1 PAT LANGE French Club D. Johnson, Nelson, Whittkopp, Brew- ster, Mosler, Mrs. Hastings fadvisorl Vitek, King, Schmidt, Warren, Garvey, Steinkraus, C. Layton. Parker, Jacobs, Scott, Wolf, Holstine, M. Layton, Fife. N. Johnson, secretary, Smith, president Dierking, vice-president, Solomon, treas urer. Spanish Club Evans, Parmelee, Christian, McLaugh lin, Dingler, S. Anderson, DeGraves Riphagen. Yonkers, Hartman, Elnick, Wolters, M Vickers, Marks, N. Vickers, Reinertsor Mrs. Davies Cadvisorj, Mr. Quinn, jack son, vice-president, McFarren, president K. Anderson, secretary, Swarvar, Cart wright, Carton. RELE ANCAI5 Latin Club Back row: Schneider, Borgeson, historian, Filinovl Martin, Kirks. Front row: Murray, treasurer, Krause, vice-presidern Roder, presidentg Herald, secretary, Mi: Sutton Cadvisorj. Hi-Y Club Back row: Kooyers, Parmalee, Jonas, Jorgenson, Sabourin, Anderson. Second row: Mr. DeWitt Cadvisorb, Robinson, Schaude, Coffin, Terwilliger, Calkins, Mr. Brash Cadvisorl. Front row: Whittaker, Fulton, secretary, Lundwall, presidentg C. Sorenson, treasurer, Scran- ton, chapling Hendricks, L. Sorenson. Future Engineers Back row: Second row: Front row: Field, Pieczynski, Joneson, Stewart, Hardy, Ceton, Rake. A. Szpieg, Czerwon, Staples, Prior, Crow- der, Novoselich. Cook, treasurer, B. Szpieg, president, Jaehnig, vice-president, Hulka, Mr. Courtright Cadvisorj, Hegbloom. e History Club Back row: Mr. Rice Cadvisorb, Ackenbach, MacLa- more. Front row: Fisher, Johnson, Elnick, Ashendorf. W W Qaklian Players Llkil Back row: Fourth row: Third row: Second row: Front row: Madsen, Sherman, Levy, Warren, Vitek, Roder, Malmstrom, Mezeske, Schnei- der, Medema, Luick, Crocker, Ackenbach. Murray, Borgeson, Martin, Tuller, Hartman, Scott, Alexander, Olsen, Musich, Walthers, Berry, Lafkas, Krause, Miss Barton Cadvisorb. Gillaspy fadvisorb, Vanderwater, Wright, Dingler, Thompson, Campbell, Jay, Johnson, Smith, Haas, Cramer, Bromley, Anderson, Vickers, Filinow. Wilson, Benninger, Cole, Cunningham, Marks, Wood, Miller, Sternburgh, Gra- ham, Cheever, Meisch, Gardner, Bartels, Briggs. Jackson, Long, Schoolcraft, DeGraff, Weston, Uecker, Smith, vice-president, Lange, president, Thornley, treasurer, Everett, secretary, Dierking, Eckerman, Nelson, Sanregret, Maner. Future Teachers Back row: Fourth row Third row: Second row: Front row: Luick, Murray, Brewster, Bradford, Thomas, Reinertson, Malmstrom, Warren, Mr. Norris Cadvisorl. Christian, Nichols, Krause, Cummings, C. Layton, Fife, Levy, Martin, Roder. Olsen, Scott, Elnick, Jay, McQuinn, Berry, Haase, McLaughlin, Vitek. Schaude, Long, Campbell, Kirks, Yonkers, Anderson, Norman, Cullen, Sanregret. Nelson, M. Layton, professional problems, Lafkas, librarian, Steegstra, treas- urerg Johnson, presidentg Jackson, vice-president, Pedler, secretaryg Herrala, historian, Smith, Parliamentariang Cheever. Back row: Third row: Second row: Front row: Back row: Fourth row: Third row: Second row: Front row: Club I g I, N Nl ,X "-S I Cole, Bromley, Wright, Steegstra, Warren, Rambo, Sattory, Skodack. Spiers, Musich, Graves, Scott, Hansen, Lafkas, Olsen, Miss Cobb fadvisorb. Everett, DeGraH, Uecker, Sorenson, Holstine, Bearss, Susterich, Workman. Lange, Graham, treasurer, Johnson, vice-president, Thornley, president, Weston, secretary, Long. Future Nurses If Herald, Schneider, Vickers, Borgeson, P. Thompson, Drozd, Westerhouse, Kikoni, Burrington. Graham, Sternberg, S. Thompson, Maynerd, Vanderlaan, Carlson, Mezeske, Egleton, Pavlick. Lynn, Marks, Wood, Czerwon, Johnson, Olsen, Hansen, Wiseman, South, Brooks, Rambo, Merle, Musich, I-Iershberger, Welch, Alexander, Smith, Parker. Popelar, Sanregret, Scott, F ilinow, Thomas, treasurerg Everett, president, Jackson, vice-president, Golden, secretary, DeGraE, Rat1iE. Forensics Top Row: Levy, Layton, Solman, Briggs, Staple, Mad- sen, Fife. Middle Row: Mr. Regenmorter, johnson, Coston, Brom- ley, Elnick, Krause, Swanson. Bottom Row: Long, Vitek, Schoolcraft, Hansen, Lafkas. Debate Team Back row: Second row: Front row: Mr. Regenmorter Cadvisorb, Lundwall, Staple, Schaude, Thomas, Briggs. Lafkas, Hansen, Marks, Czerwon, Swan- son. Long, Wait, Meisch, Sorenson. 'lvl Back Row: Second Row: Front Row: Thespians Wilson, Vitek, Mr. Gillaspy Cadvisorb Briggs, Johnson, Bartels, Neir. Dierking, Eckerman, Scott, Schoolcraft Long, Wood. Smith, vice-presidentg Thomley, secre- tary, Everett, presidentg Lange, treas- urerg Sorenson, scribe. Back row: Fifth row: Fourth row Third row: Second row: Front row: Student Council VSV Tenny, Sironen, Webster, Mezeske, Foster, Layton, Ashendorf, Taylor. Pace, Miller, Erickson, Olson, Marks, Czerwon, Schihl, Briggs, Malmstrom. Battle, Harrington, Benninser, Kitchka, Field, Sternberg, Golden, Hansen, Krause. Johnson, Dierking, Garton, Irwin, Coddington, Lundwall, Burnett, Berry, Smith. Mr. Rice Cadvisorb, Smith, Young, Carlson, Hendrick, Kooyers, Williams Jenson, Schoolcraft. Stong, Zwart, Whittaker, treasurer, Everett, secretary, Valuck, vice-presi- dentg Wait, president, Sorenson, Justian, Vitek. 021145 and Acorn Staff Back row: Mr. Murray Cadvisorj, Sims, Crandall, Bringedahl. Third row: Atlas, Popelar, Williams, Susterich, Jensen, Swarvar, Lein, Maner. Second row: Sanregret, DeGrafE, Vecker, Vitek, Vasquez, Pedler, Way, Pascoe. Front row: Reid, Lange, Johnson, Nelson, Weston, Johnson, Young, Everett. Library Club sting, Kammers, Miss Kidwell Cadvisorj Johnston, Andrew, Broadbent, Swarvar Evens. Second row: Front row: Tyler, treasurer, Jackson, president retary. 1 Y-Tccns Back row: Sixth row: Fifth row: Fourth row Third row: Second row: Front row: Morris, Thomas, Crosby, Fisher, Fife, Roberson, Howell, Jackson, Paschel, Wilkins, Cummings, Perkins. Madsen, Levy, Sherman, Schneider, Malmstrom, Vickers, Martin, Spencer, Bingham, Broadbent, Ochs, Potts, Moore. Carrol, Herald, Thompson, Murray, Borgeson, Luick, Sironen, Crocker, Rokos, McQuinn, Gill, Glover. Johnson, Kelley, Jacobs, Wolfe, Scott, Alexander, Warren, Hansen, Walthers, Lafkas, Vickers, Filinow. Walker, Cook, Cole, Lorenz, Staples, Erickson, Graves, Schill, Watson, Benson, Berry, Cramer, Parker. Lay, McQuirter, B. Derby, Wright, Vanderwater, Wood, Cunningham, Lynn, Golden, Miller, South, Johnson, Green. Miss Stangland Cadvisorj, Workman, Krause, Sternberg, Olsen, Musich, chapling Jackson, president, Layton, treasurer, Hansen, McManus, Green- lund, J. Derby, Miss Fehr, Cadvisorb. Back row: Thurnhofer, Steinkraus, Snowdon, Ker- Gustafson, vice-president, Whittum, sec- SOCia1 Snaps X g an pi . 6 C Z-H 2 ff, ' .. 1 :Milfl11,: hhfMf -- , fi 'fi-0 1 ""!" ' 4 gb' 4' , 1 f il 41. 1 sfxwfi 'S . L W H ' XI. .,,f W 39 PW zum Q - - 4 . "A ' ' , . I, aff W1 Ll S I C ' PLANGE :3VQj,z5x-rag'-gybx IPAQ! 'f V-Q--QQQEFYM. -- I I , N X 13 Y X ,, 3 4 , 1' X ,, Q V v X by Q. ,Q " H' f H . , a , WWQ 4 t I . ., at 1 - ....x t, i. in A , t ,l . , v'.-'-. Q D M S I , M M t , . . ..,VV , ,, GH! V D7 . X ,- 1 y,,, Shift, V M. M- ,Q Y A . .. .4 V , . . ... ,,.w" ' . , -AJ , Hn, 43 'N a 8 . 5 W, it 5 1 4 , 3 JM 9 , J rn 933' , I - l Top Row: Schoolcraft, Carlson, Meyer, DeGraff, Lewis, Messerschmidt, McClain, P. Bartels, Wittkopp, B. Dean, Vanderstelt, Nelson, Mast. Second Row: Mr. Wirschem, Gardner, Shephard, Buitendorp, Olson, Hiddema, B. Bartels, Matthews, Parham, Judd, Kitchka, Lindsey, C. Jackson. Third Row: McCormick, Sorenson, Overeem, Eckerman, Smith, Edick, Klopp, Justian, Barrs, B. Miller, Huston. Bottom Row: Ippel, Vasquez, Jay, Patterson, Thompson, Dierking, Simms, Sternburgh, Golden, Barding, Whittum. 5 Q me We M J was ' ni Q if ii' qi - q' - ' 'ima ,T sf- Q' 3 W r 1 r 9 Glfbr 5 rv: P' 'A AQ " ,... I g U l l Top Row: Second Row: Third Row : Bottom Row : Wiseman, Banks, Horton, Levall, Ogborn, Rainbolt, Burns, Easter, Edie, Pas- toor, G. Johnson, T. Kelly, Brink, Golliver, Oosterhart, Flowers, R. Johnson Galpin, LaFear, Pace, Coston. Mr. Wirschem, Burt, Smack, Crosby, Grace, Lee, Walker, Madsen, P. Clark Rhodes, Modisett, Ogreen, D. Clark, Vanderlaan, McIntyre, Langston, Zuit- trof, Westerhouse, Martin, Green. VanNatter, Dancz, Howell, Johnston, Roberson, Foster, Hutchins, B. Boni- field, M. Greenert, Chandler, Cottrell, Hutcherson, McCormick, Wright, Rob- inson, Frisbie, Lay. Tranio, Medema, Wood, W. Jones, Mohring, K. Jones, Judd, Cassady, Derby Havenga, B. Boniiield, Echtinaw, J. Cook, G. Johnson, Romans, Arcioni, VanDyke. 3 nf. . 5 " Xl Top Row: Thornley, Berry, R. Jackson, South, Uecker, Gilbert, Dingler, Tudor. Second Row: Alexander, B. Dean, Swanson, Campbell, Cartwright, Atlas. Third Row: Carson, Schurino, Huey, Musgrave, LaFear, Rom ans, DeGraves. Bottom Row: S. Miller, Coddington, Clark, Wangerin, aaa, Top Row: Hippshen, Y. Jefferson, S. Miller, Stockli, Scott, McClain, Terrell, Booker, B. Jefferson, Battle. Second Row: P. Greenert, B. Smith, Watts, Chapman, Greer, Davis, Perkins, Borgeson, C, Smith. Third 'Rowc D. Kelly, Webb, Armitage, Crocker, Herald, Finley, G. Jackson. Bottom Row: Morris, Walton, Greenland. Andrews. Stewart, Mathews, G. White, Brad- ford. directed by ROBERT L. WIRSCHEM A Cappella Choir and Chorus A Top row: Fifth row: Fourth row Third row: Second row: ihferf Childress, Larsen, McQuinn, Greene, Lewis, Potts Cavender Jackson Klr patrick. Scott, Rambo. Cheever, Blodgett, Popelar, Graham. Strong, Delano, Olson, Parmalee, P. Vitek, Reinertson J Vitek Westo Maner, Krause. Hale, Abrahamson, Smith, DeWitt, VanNordwick Wilkins Christie Lev Meisch. Bottom row: Dierking, Bradley. Judy Scott Heads School Orchestra by Ifflfllflffl ll'l'Sf0l1 directed by WARNER G. GALOMBECK 44 Iudy Scott, a Muskegon Heights High School lunior, was recently elected president of the High School Orchestra. Other officers include: Vice-Presi- dent, Karen Meischg Secretary, Mary lo Porterg Publicity Chairman, Nancy Popelarg and Party Chairman, Linda Larsen. Board members who will work with the officers are: representing the Seniors, Sharon Dierking, Mari- lyn Zwart, and Marlene Zwartg lun- iors, Karen Olsen and Marcia Cookg and Sophomores, Mary Ann Roder. dl .,, ,4.W.,,,,,.,,, Mr. Galombeck, Thompson. M. Zwart, McLaughlin. Roder, Campbell, Knobe, Droze. Top row: Fourth row: Third row: Second row: Murray, M. Zwart, Kelly, Achenbach. Bottom row: Williams, Cummings. li' l Orchestra Board Back Row: Roder, Cook, K. Olsen. Front Row: M. Zwart, M. Zwart, Dierking. 3' E65-.ny L ' 9 KW' gl C' P 1534? 45 Orchestra Judy Scott, Karen Meisch, Sharon Young, Nancy Popelar , '13-n -. in lf? - QQ: Q2 THE OAKS 1959 Volume XXXVIII OUR COMMUNITY To show our appreciation and gratitude for all that our community has offered us throughout our lives, such as friends, jobs, recreational facilities, good schools, churches, and many intangible things which go to make this a desirable place in which to live, the Graduating Class of '59 selected "Our Community" as the theme of this year's volume of The Oaks. Muskegon Heights, Michigan MUSKEGON HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL Top row: Fifth row: Fourth row Third row: Second row Bottom row Overeen Vltek Remertson Dmgler Owen Wood eval, Slezak, Hammond, Judd, Skodack. sell, Rainbolt, James, Brown, Lulofs, McIntyre, Ashen- , Ohrling, Bird. ker, Thomas, Townsel, May, Teal, Franklin, Rifenburg, :l, Levendowski, Kirpatrick, Hulka. Et, Pickle, Yonkers, Sattory, Cook. in .2 1 1 5 ., s sg 5 .2 5 Floyd Cook Cdrum majorj, Connie Lynn, Judy Peppin, Ruby Howell, Karen Stemburgh, Mary Jo Porter Chead majorettej. K ,- WK ,f P LE Ex , ey, l X 'wifi -r r f . - N j 195, ' ' ,A if W. . Q '- L , 'il ' Q-1 ,V ' A Q "-' X ' L '1 1 Wifi , ' i - Emu 7 ., 1 Q 'fl 1 15.1 4' V13 ' Q Q, ' s , xl directed by ALBERT K. MEERZO SPUFQTS DI AMA: .8 'Kar , -4, ' . - f ', , 'U , ai sq 04' A q 1 v ' w X X x .is X UE v 4, xi I ' ' f if x ' , ,fl . 1 - ,as ,Q 1- 1 V ,,,wWQN4 ,W Q . ' ' mi 'Qxf ,V ' 1-j 53 lie 'S " + vga ' Q ii-Q .wig wvxww wx.. x Aan! A mann L21 ,ylrk N5 'Z rd be -Q-M ring-4 SRE' 'lv'-a' J, OV ASSISTANT COACH Mr. "Del" Firme jf SS, , .. 1. 48 1 iv ' W. if K 1 , , ww y X, YI " i?,"vf ff LQ .tw-E? "?7. ,Zt :E 'Q ' 1' ' . 1 ,'.,4'A,,,, ,. fn, ' ' 2 ., NV S 'LQ 1-f!"" ' . -"" 50 Top Row-Jackson, Mgr., J. Miller, Bass, Car Sims, Mgr. 4th Row-R. Miller, Ruiter, Boltse, Bartels, V ton, Murray. 3rd Row--Terpstra, Watson, Malone, Reid, Str: Coach Del Firrne. 2nd Row-Jonas, Page, Mast, Kresnak, Terwill Front Row-Oliver, Christie, Crandall, Page, Fulton, Coach O. E. Johnson. 1959 Varsit Football Season's Scores Tigers Opponents 12 G. R. Union 14 Alpena 35 Holland 18 Musk. Catholic 19 Grand Haven 25 Benton Harbor 6 Muskegon Berry, Baldwin, Wade, Barberini, Sain, lt, Clifford, Green, Christopher, Harring- r, Veihl, Poland, Bishop, Carter, Russell, Sorenson, Werschem, Meister, Kooyers. ipp, Howe, Whittaker, Anderson, Wait, 51 HEAD COACH Mr. "Okie" johnson K ,.s,,, -. 1.111 . Ng. ,isQ:,5f4., V N -jm,t ..,, K QS W .- -- ...X X 3 V A X' sl ' - ,-- v , 5 'Mill 5 . ' . Y g f,-,ff ' 15,1 gggx ,.,-rl? A F l v 1:5 -4 ' 1 Q62 Q ' 1,5 ' 'A i 5l,'..'yQer-' .. 1, ' ru .- ,. its M' We Eff 3 Fl 3 Ellie ,ar ., it X., r- " w l lllklg ll" 'gjf-,si., g" ?'ih M, , if l "QA, N - M, L , .:" ' -J ,V V Q Q, , ax J u .: . . 6'-x iii ' , fi f ' ,. if l - I - ul .. ' x ,. 1--' H' 1 Q - " J' HEIGHTS 25, G. RAPIDS CENTRAL 13 Don Strickler, Art Christopher, Bill Poland, and Art Oliver each scored a touchdown, lead- ing the Tigers to their Fifth victory. Score: 25- f 'Sox 13, Heights. CATHOLIC 27, HEIGHTS 18 The only thing that kept the Tigers in the game were two long kickoff runs. Art Chris- topher returned the first kickoff 90 yards down the right sidelines. Art Oliver took the next Catholic kickoff and raced 88 yards down the left sidelines. Score: 27-18, Catholic. HEIGHTS 35, HOLLAND 6 Bill Poland and Art Oliver each scored twice to lead the Tigers to victory. Don Strickler also broke into the scoring column by diving over from the one. Score: 35-6, Heights. Varsity HEIGHTS 12, UNION 7 Art Christopher opened the scoring by going over from the 39. Don Strickler passed to Art Oliver for the final score. The play covered 35 yards. Score: 12-7, Heights. ss., ,,.-A.'.,,.l! ,-.ii W. ,,..kA4 'U-A Av . , HEIGHTS 19, BENTON HARBOR 7 Ozell Parham, Bill Poland and Art Oliver led the Tigers to a 19-7 win over the downstate Bengals. Score: 19-7, Heights. Gridders GRAND HAVEN 25, HEIGHTS 18 Art Oliver, Art Christopher, and Ron Veihl each scored to lead the Tigers, but they were not enough. The Tigers had not recovered from the Crusader defeat. Score: 25-18, Grand Haven. 5 HEIGHTS 14, ALPENA 0 Art Christoper opened the scoring by going 40 yards on a short reverse. Ozell Parham tal- lied the second Tiger TD by plunging over from four yards out. Score: 14-0, Heights. MUSKEGON 19, HEIGHTS 6 The highly spirited Muskegon Big Reds, smarting from many defeats by powerful teams, proved too much for our Tigers. Led by Terry Locke, they crossed the goal three times. Par- ham scored for Heights. Score: 19-6, Muskegon. Reserve Football lit .' ' s. -. : 5 Season's Scores Tlger Reserves Opponents M H., l l 24 G. R. Union 24 G. R. Creston 0 13 Holland 18 13 Muskegon C. C. 20 6 Grand Haven 19 27 Benton Harbor 19 41 G. R. Central 7 13 Muskegon 7 RESERVE COACH ASSISTANT COACH Jerry Williams Rudy Thies V . -:.T.-..1:::11:e::n.-kzsg-2-1,2-arenerr:' - az'Ll'ns f' " .c ,.,-QQ " Q, , - A 13' FV E. L' . 'i' R' t3','ge1f21 "9 ,,' -is ' ff--Xi' 5,1113-LiiFll'll"lilL7ff. -L 1 -'lllagfgllfs ffgvvsflzeei , if as wp W 4' J ' . ,. 1' 1 "as if-0 fi 5' ff pm ..,,g4.-leash: .V at .E Top Row-Coach Rudy Thies, Grisham, Walker, Cullen, Flowers, Hurtubise, Morris, Myers, Anderson, Mgr., Coach Jerry Williams. 4th Row-McIntosh, Moore, Klopp, Bartels, Miller, Jacoby, Messner, G. Sain. 3rd Row-Harvey, Parhow, Kohlbeck, Zuithof, Pickel, Thorstenson, McIntyre, Januska. 2nd Row-Hubler, Oosterhart, Jones, Beckley, Fialek, Galpin, J. Johnson. lst Row-Pipkins, Kitchka, Stewart, Adams, Phillips, Jackson, Rainbolt, Felcoski. 54 ws . -,h.f,... -,lr-fl' Y ' - ' , x ""' - 1 ,ff-K ' 5.- K' Back Row: McIntyre, Russel, McIntosh, Marquand, Parham, Six. Middle Row: Coach Rudy Thies, VanAelst, Harvey, Adams, Buford, Cummings. Front Row: Cullen, Phillips, Pipkins, Felcoski, Hubler. Season Scores Tigers G. R. Union Tigers G. R. Central B lc Tigers G. R. Christian as ctb all Tigers Muskegon Tigers Holland Tigers Grand Haven Tigers Muskegon C The Tiger Reserves under the capable hands Tigers Muskegon of Coach Rudy Thies posted a 7 and 8 record Tigefs Holland for the 58-59 season. Tigers Benton Harbor Charles Pipkins and Paul Adams led the Tigers Gfand Haven Reserves in scoring and showed good potential. Tigers N11eS Other boys who saw action were Louis Phillips, TigeI'S Muskegon C- C- John Felcoski, Anton Cullen, and Bill Hubler. Tigers G. R. Ottawa We congratulate Mr. Thies and his team for Tigers Be1'1t0I'l H2lfb0f an exciting season. Won 7, Lost 8 Dedication Born in Midland, Michigan, on April 11, 1907, Mr. J. Kenneth Thornley was enrolled in high school at Shelburne, Ontario. He attended Queen's Univer- sity in 1925. Going on to higher education, Mr. Thornley later received a Bach- elor of Arts degree from Michigan State Normal College fnow called Eastern Michigan Collegej in 1929. Later, he earned his Master of Science degree from the University of Michigan. For two years, Mr. Thornley was employed at rural schools in northern On- tario. In 1929, he came to Muskegon Heights where he has taught Junior High School science, and Senior High School mathematics, chemistry, and physics. Besides teaching his everyday classes, he has been the technical advisor for the All-school Plays given by Heights students and has also been the Director of Adult Education for twelve years. To show our appreciation for his service to the Muskegon Heights Schools and for the contributions he has made to our own school and community, we. the Graduating Class of Nineteen Hundred-fifty nine dedicate The Oaks for 1959 to Mr. Thornley. Good-bye and good luck, Mr. Thornley! 'S . . v., M "-J 'mt' .f ., Back row: Kelley, Clark, Jackson, Bass, Christensen. Middle row: Coach Johnson, Valuck, Hunter, Howe, Wirschem, Robinson. Front row: Doxey, Young, Calloway, McPherson, Cook. ALL-CITY 2f5,?,'Zjf,k Varsity Basketball Gene Young Bob Sims 1958 Returning Lettermen From left to right: Coach Johnson, Clark, Young, Oliver, Cook, - Sims. Varsity Basketball Results TIGERS 53 42 62 74 54 6 1 68 70 52 55 57 64 66 76 72 68 District 63 58 Regional OPPONENTS G. R. Union G. R. Central G. R. Christian Muskegon Holland Grand Haven Muskegon C. C. Muskegon Holland Benton Harbor Grand Haven Niles Muskegon C. C. G. R. Ottawa Benton Harbor Holland G. R. Christian G. R. Central Q L . Ng., .uf , I 'ZW' ' ' 3'o'l'2' ' QW' 'sr M, A -Q. ,uk I 'sr 9 fx. I H1 X 'A X 'sm S .ii I , .M iff' RN , .,, A April 1 1 April 15 April 18 April 22 April 24 April 29 May 2 May 6 Tennis 1953 Grand Haven-7 Muskegon Heights-0 Allegan-4 Muskegon Heights-3 Muskegon Christian- Muskegon Heights-2 Holland-7 Muskegon Heights- Muskegon-7 Muskegon Heights- Muskegon Heights- North Muskegon-3 Grand Haven-6 Muskegon Heights- Holland-7 0 0 4 1 Muskegon Heights-0 5 1959 May 8 May 22 May 23 May 15-16 May 24 Muskegon-6 Muskegon Heights-1 Muskegon Heights-6 North Muskegon-1 Muskegon Christian-6 Muskegon Heights-1 Greater Muskegon Tennis Tour- nament Christian-SW Muskegon-6M Heights-5 North Muskegon-1 Larry Sorenson and Dan Wright won the City Doubles Title. Regionals at Holland Holland-lst Grand Haven-2nd Muskegon-3rd Benton Harbor-4th Muskegon Heights-5th Back row: Skodack, Suchovosky, Mast, McLemore, Wilkins, Cottrell. Front row: Coach Sydnor, Galpin, Doxey, Russell, Thompson, Peterson. Missing: Chandler, Crandall, Helmus. Baseball 1958 BASEBALL RESULTS TIGERS OPPONENTS 10 Grand Haven 9 17 Muskegon 5 7 Muskegon Christian 3 ,Q 22 Holland 10 5 10 Grand Haven 6 4 Muskegon C.C. 7 10 Muskegon 7 10 Muskegon C.C. 8 1 Benton Harbor 6 7 Muskegon Christian 1 9 North Muskegon 6 6 Holland 1 1958 Record 10-2 Back row: Klopp fManagerD, Flowers, Luxford, McIntyre, Six, Jaehnig, Ratlii, Coach Delmar Firme. Third row: Reid, Phillops, Cullen, Norkus, Beckley, Peterson, Oosterhart. Second row: Fulton, B. Strickler, Jorgenson, Jonas, Cheeks, Johnson, Barrett, Harrington. Front row: Christensen, D. Strickler, Christopher, Veihl, Wade, Poland, Young, Myers. 59 Track Records for season of 1958 Results for 1958 April 11 Grand Haven 25 Ha, Muskegon Hts. 8323 Shot Put 53' SW' Wolloco Hcffclc April 15 Allegan 25 M, Holland 42, Muskegon Hts. C3i4Br0ad Jun-lp 23' 3" Mack Hunter 69W P012 Val-llt 10' Bob Hendnflf April 16 North Muskegon 27, Muskegon Hts. 87 High .lllmfl 5' 7" Dall .Bafbeflnlf Joc April 22 Muskegon 49 M, Muskegon Hts. 5926 Cllaord 1 April 25 Muskegon C.C. 54, Muskegon Hts. 55 High Hurdles 15-9 Norbert Lmck . April 29 Muskegon C.C. SOM, Holland 22, Muskegon 2?Med1ey Relay 2:33.6 C. Jackson, J. Clifford, Hts. 64W W' Andre, R' Wrlght May 1 Conference Meet Muskegon 53 Vg, Benton 109 Yd- Dash 10-0 Mack Hunter Harbor 22 5f6, Muskegon Hts. 57214 Mlle Rllll 4:40 Otto Borgeson May 3 Central Michigan Relays, Muskegon Hts. 440 Yd. Run 51.5 Floyd Cock 23 f6th place, Low Hurdles 215 Norbert Llflck May 6 Benton Harbor 31 5! 6, Holland 29 113, Mus- C:li220 Yd. Dash 21.5 Tom O'Nell kegon Hts. 75 5,5 X830 Yd' Run 2:03'3 Bob Wooten May 13 Muskegon 47M, Muskegon C.C. 37 1!6, sggo Yd, Relay 1:32.9 M. Hunter, F. Cook, R. Muskegon Hts. 52 M Wright' T' O,Nel1 May 16 Regionals, Muskegon Hts. 55, Muskegon ol School Record c.c. from, Muskegon 32, Grand Rapids C.C. C City Record 25 May 24 State Meet, Muskegon Hts. 22 14th placeb J une 7 Champion of Champions-Kalamazoo 880 Relay-3rd M. Hunter-4th-100 Medley Relay-3rd 5th-220 W. Herrala-2nd Shot Put lst-Broadjump F. Cook-3rd-440 Back row: Coach Thies, Scranton CManagerJ, Grisham, L. Sain, G. Sain, Valuck, Robinson CManagerJ , Miller CManagerJ . Fourth row: Wood, Locke, Trice, A. Anderson, Neir, Coffin, Meister, Ashendorf, Russell. Third row: Hubler, Mclntoshs, Ruiter, Kirkpatric, Doney, Hunter, Klopp, Dye, Sydor. Second row: johnson, Adams, Parham, McPherson, Kimble, Reid, Andre, Vanderstelt, Pace, Langston. Front row: E. Jackson, Hendrick, Barberini, C. Jackson, Howe, Cook, Wirschem, D. Anderson, Bass. Sports Personalities DR. R. V. AUGUST ,. , M :ff gg- .., V , ' i iiriif 5- . E i we LARRY SCHAUDE Mr. Larry Schaude, retiring Reserve Coach, who for the past thirteen years helped to mold boys into both better athletes and good citizens. Students, faculty members, alumni, and parents- all salute Dr. Ralph V. August and thank him for eigh- teen years of faithful service as attending physician to Muskegon Heights High School athletic teams. In that interim the doctor annually converted school re- numeration into a fund to finance the Dr. August award which goes to a young athlete deemed worthy by Principal Herman A. Kruizenga and Athletic Di- rector Oscar E. johnson. Scores of MH athletes, young and old, express ap- preciation to Dr. August for personal advice on health matters offered unbegrudgingly in the course of duties as team physician. Others thank him for the helping hand extended through the medium of his annual award. to serve the community he loves. Pl "' 9 .' 1 50- 2 ,, , lr" . Qj Di. "!'uvwv 4- ' .jr-Q, I My -3 ' '- V V--QQ " D ,143 , H N., .Li ,l 4 . 4 it I fs . ,ff ' .A I1 .-.si 1 XX' . . -gh .f E ig, 'FQ Coach Johnson and retired team physician, Dr. Au- gust, look on as new team physician, Dr. Busard, pre- pares to examine football candidates. 6 1 It is good to know that although Dr. August no longer examines and advises our athletes, he remains on call X UNUERERAUS xx -in ,, -- 'u ' 1 2 .sw , ,Q-Q rr T . gf, ' ig S- x. Z: -5- arfx-f' I '--NX ,x-ix x x :X .RCN ,gs .VY x' .j5'?: v we 1 YQ- is MQ. 'ffiwiiwfiksi X x m,,, 35 1. .gg :is ag ug, - s ffaz' .yu X ,XX Aw X' p,..,-,,, 1 Q . I Q .- v f M- v --..-lm... , , 1. si: .. Qf",.f,f. -f ' X . 3' . 4' QU- 3 Q-1 ' lf Q ' 2 X ffl-f 'fr ' 14. g if 5' 4, .. ' A ' -.. " . ' 'v QQ N i A f W? ' 'LL Efif i My ' ' xii, .,, Jig- V F .INV W wg 4 ir 3 , ..,,. 4 J n 5. .,, wx lg QNX, iff- Y ' A P . - -" x ,xx : 3 .-1, ,, xnxx ii" . l,f'Q:'Kms ' if 2 ., ,.. " I i' . ' -. J' .. 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Q5 N wk Maryjo Porter Landie Potts Tom Rifenberg David Robarge Gwen Roberson Tom Robinson Reuben Russell Sally Schmidt Joann Schoonbeck Judy Scott Dorothy Simms Joe Solman Judy Steegstra Kathy Sullivan Al Szpieg Bob Terpstra Sally Thompson Dave Valk Larry Vanderstelt jean VanNoordwyk Betty Walton Doris Walton Karen Weinert Mary Weller Karen Weyerbacher Mary Wilkinson Robert Williams Mary Wood Carol Yonkers Carl Young Dan Hylen . I . .U 5 :N w film! Q -5 .4 - N be . Q 3 Kenneth Kieft J oe Kimble Roger Kirkpatrick J ack Kooyers George Kuncaitis Helene Lafkas Robert Lange Mary Layton Yvonne Leavell Earlene Lefear James Lindsey Connie Lynn Shirley Malmstrom Bobbie Matthews Kay McLaughlin Anna McQuinn Larry Miller Emanuel Montera Doug Murray Sandra Musich Jim Oldt Margaret Outwin Kathleen Overeem William Parker s X + W R5 - 4' 1 r,.. . . .yr N Y s v A. . , J A. QW is . ly? Es' Fi 'zlpjfw F Karen Olson ' 1 A .. 'K fi . ss!-N5 r . f1'2s.2,, ' M X .Q S 6- : -A Marge Peck 5 -1. Q. x eg Hazel Peterson 159, . Ax . X . . is l X Q Arlene Phillips , s J 2 . Rus 5 f M eifg gl .. f f .. .,.-, V X X 1 'fe l 1. 4 ' e M ...1 F f . sta ' ,- fs ,- ll 'l .. S .s 3415. T X?- zg - WA :X Q ..,r all Q' fx Junior C1 ass I it Officers idk! Back row: Mr. Niergarth, Miss Stangland, Mr. Thies fadvisorsh. Front row: Valuck, vice-presidentg Scott, president Graves, secretaryg Murray, treasurer. Sophomore Class fficers Back row: Mr. Norris, Miss Diamond, Mr. Meerzo. Front row: Chapin, treasurerg Malmstrorn, presidentg Webster, vice-presidentg Howell, secretary. Administrative Board of Assistant Mr. James W. Verduin is lx,-, Nga-..-1 Mr. Paul H. Johnson, Jr. r 1.52 t C J 4 .r XL 'N M023 W, dw,- 3 w E 93 "1 9- Q 5 D3 "1 n s D7 : Q President Mr. Lawrence J. Carl i .QV fs 17 wi' MY? , ,nv , . fa .4 , 1 S rs! '.af,,,a - . 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' -v Upper Third In Scholarship 1959 SENIORS Nancy Johnson Carla Everett Barbara Thornley Jackie Edie Karen Meisch Barbara Weston Patricia Lange Sharon Skodack Bruce McFarren Kathleen Williams Deanna Swanson Sharon Dierking Fred Meyers Robert Christensen Susan Eckerman Karen Smith Kenda Long Carol Hermesdorf Janice Vitek Bonnie Griffes Penny Susterich Joan Cheever Donna Johnson Jean Hershberger Judith Johnson Amy Pedler Anna Mae DeGraff Ronald Duram Adele Nelson Mary Campbell LaWana Tudor Janet Smith Valerie Bearss Donald Wood Mary Lou Greer Dorothy Irwin Shirley Stulp Patsy Forton Nancy Lein Kathleen Swarvar Sandra Workman Dianne Krueger Beverly Jensen Nancy Thomas John Novoselich Josephine Vasquez Robert Wait Ruby Jackson Lona Clark Judith Smith Robert Hendrick Barbara Graham Gloria Cook Nancy Pfenning Joyce Jackson Joel Sietsema Herbert Czerwon Carole Mitchell Judy Banta Ronald Carnes Janice Cassady Marquita Uecker Oljie Spiers Barbara Merle Janet Rambo Max Cline Bruno Szpieg Julia Coddington Karen Reid Sharon Bradley Cleo Hermesdorf Glen Jorgenson Sharlene Taylor Lynn Stel Darlene Bigelow Wendell Borns Robert McGee Jan Sorensen Phyllis Maner Ada Scott Ines Davison Elaine Rager Jeanne Sibley Larry Sorensen Mildred Rainbolt Linda Gilbert Eugene Young George Crowder Sharon Miller David Calkins D.A.R. Winner lg, ' Qfffs ' .. Q -:fra- x l , ka , mf ' CARLA EVERETT D. A. R. Each year a committee of seniors choose a list of about fifteen candidates for the Daughter's of American Revolution award. Students then vote on these candidates, narrowing the field to four. The faculty then takes a final vote and selects the can- didate. Carla Everett is-the winner for 1959. A few of Car1a's many activities include Honor Society Pres- identg Future Nurses Presidentg Thespian President, Oaklian Players and Student Council Secretaryg she was a candidate for homecoming queen and was also a junior Arbor girl. D.A.R. Best Citizens from this area were guests of honor at a tea given by the Muskegon Chapter, D.A.R. Winners also re- ceived gold pins, and a trip to the State D.A.R. Convention held this year in Detroit. ational Honor Society . . . . . - ! 1 r ,w.n- A . . Top Row: Herrala, Cunningham, Bartels, Ceton, Valuck, Briggs, Murray, Soloman, Lafkas, Hansen. Third Row: Graves, Scheel, Czerwon, Porter, Steegstra, Layton, Berry, Filonow, Nelson. Second Row: DeGraff, Long, Swanson, Smith, Dierking, Skodack, Weston, johnson, Edie, Meisch. Front Row: Lange, Vitek, Johnson, Pedler, Wait, Everett, Eckerman, GriEes, Thornley, Miss Diamond Cadvisorl. WERNER ANDRE General Werner, "Sonny," was a member of the Track Team in his junior and Senior year. In eleventh grade he received a Regional Track Medal for the first Medly Relay. He was also talented in woodworking and his hobby is Archery. DAWN ANDREW General Dawn was an active member of the Senior class but a wee bit shy. She was shy enough to get "Most Bashful" in her Senior Class. Dawn is a member of Oaklian Players, Future Nurses, Li- brary Club, and Bible Club. She plans to be a Nurse. FRANCES ARCIONI Commercial "Good things come in little packages." That best describes our Fran. This popular little Senior was a Student Council Represent- ative, a member of Booster Club, and participated in the Style Show. She was also a member of Sub-Juniors. MARVA ATLAS General Marva was quiet but active while at Heights High. She was a E.. 1' st-. member of Library Club, Bible Club, Oaks and Acorn staff, Oaks advertising staH, Chorus and Choir. In her spare time, Marva likes to sing with a local choral group and write to a certain fel- , low in the Navy. fit' 1 -I 'wi JG 4 Graduating Seniors 'W ,Q JUDITH BANTA ,. NBP C lle o I., - J . . 0 g 5. L Judy's smile and personality have won her many friends at , Heights. Her activities include Student Council Representative, 5 W il 5, A Cappella Choir, Junior Play Committee, Girls' M.H. winner Q - A P and Special Assembly Committee. Judy enjoys horseback riding B' - . l and having "pizza with bob." 1 JOANN BARDING l ,... . Commercial , 1 "Little Jo" was active in Student Council, Glee Club, Heights , 'f A, Night, Bible Club, Choir, and in the School Play. sho also took E n . n l . - l L- . , Commercial 3 5 i-gg? il Commercial part in a style show. Her hobbies are Acting' and Writing to a certain guy in the Marines. Dislikes . . . homework. BARBARA BARNHILL Fun and friendly Barbara was active in the Style Show in Ninth grade, Chorus, and on the Junior-Senior Prom Committee. She also worked in the concession stand during the football games. Barb enjoys swimming, skating, and eating pizza. CARL BASKIN General Carl who is a person friendly to all, won an Honorable Mention in Woodwork. He is more of the outdoors type and likes to hunt. His particular hobby is tinkering with cars. VALERIE BEARSS Val, a ready, willing, and able worker was a member of Booster Club, a junior Arbor Girl, on the Junior-Senior Prom Committee and in the Style Show in her Sophomore year. She likes reading and horseback riding. CAROL BECTEL General Carol enrolled at Heights High in her Junior year and has been an active member of the Choir while here. Carol is em- ployed, as a waitress at a local coffee shop. She collects stuffed animals and dislikes pizza and western movies. DOUGLAS BEECHAM College Playing in the band during his Freshman and Sophomore years as well as working in a neighborhood grocery store oc- cupied Doug's spare time. Outside of school he is active in Youth .,, Fellowship. He likes ice skating but dislikes dancing. BARBARA BELL General Barb has been in Accountants' Club for two years and she also participated in the Style Show in her spohomore year. "Bell," as she has been nicknamed, has many likes. Her main interest, though, is boys. WANDA BENNETT Commercial "Slim" was a Student Council Representative, a Y-Teens, in Bible Club, and Girls Intramural Sports. She was in band and participated in two "Heights Night" shows. Wanda was also in two Style Shows. Hobby . . . dancing. Dislikes . . . bugs and boys. , ix E' LUCKY BERRY General Lucky is a quiet but friendly boy. He is well liked by all the boys in the Senior Class. Lucky took part in Varsity-Reserve Football playing almost every position in the backfield. Lucky works at a local gas station. Class of '59 VICTOR BERRY General Full of fun and well liked best describes our "Vic." Although Vic was not very active in Muskegon Heights High School he had many outside activities to keep him busy. Vi'c's special likes are cars and naturally "Girls," gg i' ' M , x. ,Q 1 'S u - u - I 'T X X Kitty was a member of Future Nurses, Y-'Ieens and our I X A? Qty xt Syl x sri S -xl -NL DARLENE BIGELOW ,, - gi:-v General , " ' ' ,X 1' Orchestra member for three years. She lists rofding and short poem collecting as her hobbies. She dislikes conceited men! I I 'PHOMAS BISHOP tg College ., 1' ' Tom was a very active boy belonging to many activities. Such 4 '- i V 1 activities were: Student Council Representative, Varsity-Reserve ' if Jiri 15, Football, Junior Play Cast, Spanish Club, Band, Baseball, and 'Y 'X " 'X Senior-Junior Prom Committee. Tom likes hunting, fishing, and ,- ,K f 'Q' he works for his dad. ' A DAVID BLASCI-IKE lg, gig. V General Y Dave, as he is called by all of his friends was known at ' . - if Heights High for his love of hunting and guns. He also likes ff 'I' ,l 4 ' working on cars. Dave has been busy after school working on his Atl- U ' paper route, JERRY BOLTZE General Once your friend always your friend describes Jerry. While at Heights High jerry participated in both Reserve and Varsity .Q 9 Football which is his favorite interest. Jerry's hobbies are his car and, of course, his girls! .,,, BEATRICE BONIFIELD General "Time goes steady and so do I," says "Beatie." She par- ticipated as a Student Council Representative and in Mixed Chorus. Beatrice enjoys horseback riding and she had the honor of being Queen of 4-H Sunset Riders. Her steady? Don. A very nice guy describes Wendy He also has a part-time Job at a grocery store He won First Prize in the Fourmen's Contest in his Junior year Wendys hobbies are horseback riding Chuck as he is called by all his friends is a very likable guy Chuck was a football manager for three years. His favorite hobby is guns Chuck works at a local gas station and likes a Graduating Seniors JACK BRANDOW Smile and the world smiles with you" is the Motto which Jack follows jack was a Student Council Representative. He likes working on cars and dislikes girls and smoking. He has a part time Job at the airport. DAVID BRINGEDAHL College "Dave," while at Heights High, kept active by being a Junior Commencement usher in his Junior year. He was on the Oakes and Acorn staff and assistant Chronicle news editor. Dave lists his likes as "Girls," Pizza, and "Girls." ALFRED BROADWAY Al who is a fine roller skater and dancer likes "Girls"!! He took an active part in Boys Intramural Sports at Heights. In Nmth grade, Al was a member of the Boys Intramural Basketball Champions. ELIZABETH BROOKE College "Betty" was active in Future Nurses, Spanish Club, Y-Teens, Glee Club and participated in Intramural Sports. She won two first divisions in the Orchestra and played for the Junior-Senior Play. Her hobbies are skating, swimming, horse back riding and water skiing. Betty works at Hansens. KAREN BUITENDORP There was always a twinkle in Karen's pretty blue eyes. She participated in Future Nurses, Y-Teens, A Cappella Choir, the All School play and she served on the Junior-Senior Prom Com- mittee Her best hobbies are tennis and skating. DAVID CALKINS College A likable guy, that's "Dave." He was a member of the French Club and a Junior Commencement Usher. He was a member of our Tennis team and also played Reserve Football. Dave's hob- bies are working on his car and eating pizza. College College :EB girls! sf- B5ln-n ""'T17 Class ROSIENA CARSON General Being a member of A Cappella Choir, Glee Club and Mixed Chorus proves Rosiena's love for music. She also sang in the Variety Show and played in Intramural Sports. Rosiena won a trip to Washington for her singing. Her special like . . . Chet. DARLEEN CARTER General Darleen spent most of her time working at a local store. She did find time for such activities as listening to and sewing. NANCY CARTWRIGHT Commercial A friendly smile, and friend to all, best describes Nancy. She participated in Spanish Club, Intramural Sports, Chorus and A Cappella Choir. Nancy likes to play the piano and dance. She also likes boys! JANICE CASSADY Commercial FRANKLIN CAMPBELL "Frank" as he is known by his classmates, was one of the quieter members of the senior class, but a nicer guy is hard to find. Once your friend, always your friend was Frank's motto. He likes outdoor sports and his hobby is reading. MARY CAMPBELL Commercial "Susie," as she is called by her friends, was well liked by all who knew her. While at Heights, she sang in Glee Club, Mixed Chorus and A Cappella Choir. Her hobbies include ice skating and baseball. CHARLES CARLSON A nice guy to know, that's "Chuck." Although not active in school, Chuck participated in Reserve Football, Sticking to sports, his hobbies include hunting and fishing. Chuck also likes RONALD CARNES College Quiet and nice best.describes "Ron." He was a Junior Com- mencement Usher and received a Spanish award. His favorite past time is listening to music. Hobbies are collecting records, boat- ing and skating. f '5 9 jazz, dancing, . vl . Short but sweet describes our "jan" Among high school activi- N' i ties she included, Y-Teens, Style Show, and Intramural Sports. Her favorite pastimes are dancing and pizza. Jan works part-time at a local dime store. DONALD CHEEKS College "Don," who is a cheerful friend and a willing worker was a member of the Baseball team in his junior year and took part in the Spanish Festival in his senior year at Heights High. JOAN CHEEVER College Joan was a member of Library Club, Y-Teens, Spanish Club, Future Teachers and Oaklian Players. She was also a Junior Arbor Girl. Joan was in Orchestra for four years and in Band for two years. She was also in Job's Daughters. W5 JERRY CHILDRESS College Active in the field of music is Jerry, He is a member of Band, Orchestra, the West Shore Symphony, and the Ludington Symphony. Jerry was also in Hi-Y, French Club, and the ninth grade Glee Club. for two years, and was a Junior Commencement Usher. His FREDERICK CHRISTIE College The "Jet," the biggest bundle of joy at Muskegon Heights, is a very popular boy. His activities areg Orchestra, Varsity and Reserve Football, and Glee Club. Fred's favorite hobby is bowling, and he ARTHUR CHRISTOPHER College He played halfback on the Reserve and Varsity Football team, and was a regular on the baseball team for three years. His favorite past time is being with Mary. W4 uf ROBERT CHRISTENSEN College A real nice guy, that's "Bob." He was a member of the Varsity and Reserve Basketball teams, a member of the Baseball team hobbies are photography and golf. likes food and girls. He hates greenpeppers. A very active member in the Athletic Field was "Midget." Graduating Seniors LONA CLARK Commercial Lona sang all through high school being a member of the Mixed Chorus in tenth and eleventh and the A Cappella Choir in twelfth. She also participated in Girls Intramural Sports and won her M.H. Hobbies are skating and sports of all kinds. WILLIAM CLARK General William or "Billy" as he is called by his many friends is a member of the Marine Reserves. He also played basketball for three years at Heights High. Billy likes to play basketball and , il collects' records. JOE CLIFFORD General "Tony Joe" was a star guard on the Varsity Football team in his junior and senior years at Heights. Joe was a Woodland All Star and made the All-City team for two years. Joe also was a member of the Track team for three years. MAX CLINE 1 College Max was a Junior Commencement Usher, placed first in Par- son's Poetry contest, and was first in Foreman's Club contest, in W.W. Division. He likes hunting and writing. Working at a local Greenhouse occupies his spare time. JULIA CODDINGTON Commercial A wee bit shy but nevertheless friendly and fun-loving is 'julief' She was in Student Council, All-School Plays, Future Accountants, A Cappella Choir, and the Junior-Senior Prom Committee. Water skiing is her favorite summer sport. PEGGY COLE General Sweet and nice best describes Peggy. During high school Peggy participated in Style Shows. Her main interest outside of school is a hobby of collecting stamps. FLOYD COOK Q , L' "" College A, f I "Cookie" is most well known for his outstanding ability in l j, sports, Football and Basketball, on the '57 State "A" Champion- Q ship Team and Track. Our Drum Major was Senior Class and , 1- g., Jets Treasurer, a Hi-Y member, in Band and '58 Oaks Art Ed- 'i ., ga, "!"'f' itor. He loves drawing. . 1 !, I . " GLORIA cook : ,xi e Commercial L 'L 'A2 Gloria is one of the quiet kind, but a better girl is hard to p Q ,. Find. During her high school years Gloria was active in Orchestra ,A iw, ,, A ,i f and Library Club. She enjoys all sports, especially swimming. JOHN CRANDALL College ' "Jock," was a very active guy all through high school. John's activities are, Student Council Representative, Oaks and Acorn Staff, Hi-Y member, Varsity-Reserve Football and Junior-Senior Prom Committee. John works at a local grocery store in the Heights. GEORGE CROWDER College George was very well-liked and had many friends. He was active in Future Engineers, Varsity Basketball and Track. In his spare time he works on his car, when he's not working in a local department store. Class Of '59 GENEVA CULLEN ' V College i V' "Gee," as she is known to her friends, was class Secretary, Future Nurses Member, Future Teachers and in Intramural Sports. In her spare time Gee likes to dance, skate and bowl. She likes Bob and dislikes competition. In- ,tr HERBERT CZERWON ' V--' fs. College KX J 5-if J -A Herb is an active member of J.E.T.S. and was a Junior Com- .E f If, 4 mencement Usher. His hobbies are Electronics and Astronomy. thi He has been a member of the Civil Air Patrol for the past three 'QT ,412j!5 xv- f.. - ef, Years- ,i , ., ref'-5ffsa.'p2 'aff 2. J. C. DAVIS General "Jay," as he is called by his many friends spends most of his time collecting girlfriends. However, his curriculiir activities . included Student Council, Hi-Y, and ninth grade class President. He likes roller skating and dancing. 43 INES DAVISON Commercial "Short and sweet" that's our Ines. Some of Ines's activities during high school were participating in Style Shows and Y- , Teens. In her spare time Ines enjoys dancing and swimming. Likes . . . pizza and a certain guy. BEVERLY DEAN General The girl with the beautiful voice is our Bev. Naturally her . ' hobby is music and she won a trip to Washington for her singing. 'A 'f 4. In school Bev sang in A Cappella Choir, Glee Club, Mixed in Chorus, Variety Show and Heights Night Show. V , -' -, I ' ANNA MAE DEGRAFF If at 'V -if College , , ii- Popular "Mazie" participated in Student Council, Future I 'J A Nurses, Booster Club, Latin Club, A Cappella Choir, Heights Night, Oaks and Acorn StaH, Senior Play Committee, Y-Teens, F ,, L 1- Sub Juniors, Oaklian Players, and G.R. Herald Editor. Her hob- bies are Piano and "Howie." Mr. Hugh Campbell Education Superintendent A Tribute to Our Leaders Every community has a few outstanding lea- ders. The student body and the faculty of Mus- kegon Heights High School would like to ex- press their sincere appreciation to those members of the Board of Education who in past years have served so well. They also would like to show their gratitude to those who have served in recent years, and to those who are taking on the responsibilities of office today. Those who have done much in recent years and, for various reasons, have retired from the Board, are: Mr. Harold W. Pearman, Mr. S. E. Strand, Mr. William R. Sutton, and Mr. Matt Morton. We make special mention also of our former Superintendent of Schools, Mr. W. R. Booker, an outstanding leader. New members of the Board to whom we wish the best of luck in the years to come are: Mrs. Walter McIntyre Cformerly Miss Gertrude Anderson, a graduate of Heights Highjg and Paul H. Johnson, jr. Needless to say, our admiration goes to all the others who have been faithful for many years, including Lawrence Carl, long-time Presi- dent of the Board. See photograph for the com- plete list of Trustees. ,if s.,-Z' Secretary Mr. Robert McCaleb '0 lfgvsg- xvlh Q4. 2. igikbf' ' 12. A. .f x 'fad' T iff: if , 5 1-Q., -ill , . r. -.. , .,,,,...x., ., Mr. Fred E. Strong M -, f fv- Mrs. Gertrude McIntyre RALPH DeGRAVES College "The quieter kind, but a better fellow is hard to Find." Ralph enjoys fishing and reading as his hobbies. He participated in 4-H Clubs and has won many 4-H honors. JOYCE DERBY Commercial A friendly girl to all best describes joyce. When her spare time was not spent with "Russ" she was active in Y-Teens, Bible Club, and three years in Chorus. Her chief ambition is to marry Russ. DENNIS DeWITT College Dennis is our talented "Musicman," having participated in Orchestra for four years, Band, the Solo and Ensemble Festival, and the Variety Show. He plays in the West Shore Symphony and is active in his church choir. Dennis also has a part-time job. SHARON DIERKING College Sharon participated in the junior Play, French Club, Student Council, Choir, Orchestra, Latin Club, Future was a junior Arbor Girl. Music and Drama are her hobbies and she studies voice, violin, and piano. fs fer Teachers, and ' Wim, M Graduating Seniors General "Ron" was RONALD DURAM one of the more quieter members of our Senior class, but he was well liked by those who knew him. Ron played Baseball in his Sophomore year. His hobbies are, workinglon cars and hunting. BARBARA EARLEY Commercial "Barb" was very active during her years at Heights. She was a Student Council Representative, on the Oaks and Acorn staff, in Intramural Sports and won her M.H. Barb likes music and :S skating. JOAN ECHTINAW General "Jo" has an unusual dislike . . . Boys! While in high school she sang with the Chorus for two years. Her hobby is ice skat- ing. After graduation she plans to join the service. Her particular es' Q fwif. EQQQ K Q . .. lt i , Y S " t 't H i-"Y JACQUELINE As, - ,Zi .- ' .2 5 H ,-C I '- Commercial VU-f A.: S Honor Society H ' a certain guy. N X, ,,,t , ' , -s like is skating. SUSAN ECKERMAN College "Sweet Sue" lover of Acting and Singing, was in "South Pacific," "Oaklahoma," the Senior Play, Spanish Club, A Cap- pella Choir, Heights Night Show, Oaklian and Thespians, and the National Honor Society. Sue sings with the Cosmopolitan Singers and was a Junior Arbor Girl. EDIE "Perk and Pretty," best describes Jackie. Her activities in- cluded, Student Council Representative, Booster Club Officer, and Sub-Juniors. jackie had the honor of being in National and a junior Arbor Girl. She likes Pizza with CARLA EVERETT College In everything and liked by everyone that's our Student Council Secretary, President of National Honor Society and Future Nurses, a junior Arbor Girl, on the Homecoming Court, in the School Plays, and a Cheerleader. Carla. She was DORIS FARMER General Girl with the golden voice, that's our "Dot." While in high school, she was in Library Club, Future Nurses, participated in Intramural Sports and Style Show. Dot likes to sing as a hobby Commercial and boys are an extra pastime. PATRICIA FORTON Commercial Pat was a Student Council Representative in ninth grade and a member of the Booster Club in twelfth. She has been in Band and participated in Girls Intramural Sports since tenth. Pat is a M.H. winner and bowls in the school league. ANNIE MAE FOSTER Annie's friendly smile has won her many friends at Heights High. She was a Girls M.H. winner and participated in Y-Teens, Girls Intramural Sports and was voted "Most Athletic" in her Senior class. Her nickname is Ann and she likes Willie. WILLIAM FRIEND General favorite activities. In his junior and senior year Joe belonged to Class GENE GABRIS General fooling around with radios and he likes to listen to certain clas- sic music. Gene's ambition is to join the service after graduating from school. SANDRA GALLIE General Lots of fun and fun to be around best describes Bill. He was a member of Camera Club, staying with his hobby of Photogra- phy, Bill does a bit on the side. Bill won honors in Wood Shop of '5 Cute and a lot of fun describes "Tippy." While in high school J she participated in Intramural Sports, Library Club and was ' ninth grade Secretary. Tippy's hobbies include dancing and swim- ming and Bill. 5 .5 ' ,rf ',f.:f ' as in three years of high school. He works at a local theatre. i. V , ,N b pw Gene always had a cheerful smile for everyone. His hobby is . V ' f 'af t' g ' is G I 'fr 'lv i i ' 'ID' -1 is LAWRENCE GALOMBECK College Known for his love of girls, cars and sports, Larry found time to be a Student Council Representative in eleventh grade and participated in Reserve Football and Track. He spends his time, aside from his hobbies, working at a local theater. LINDA GILBERT College Linda was an active member of Latin Club, A Cappella Choir, Glee Club and Mixed Chorus. She also worked part-time at a local variety store. Her dislike is birds! JOSE GONZALEZ General "Joe" is the type of person who is seen but not heard. He likes cars and a certain girl. Fishing and swimming are his 'Q F '52 ' if 'wiv ' rf 1'-cigqu the Tumbling team. BARBARA GRAHAM Commercial "Barb" one of the peppiest cheerleaders at Heights partici ex O f I . r ..4' ' ' ' P- - fs:-Y pated in Student Council, Play Committee, Y-Teens, Heights gifs is ' Sgr' Night, Band, Orchestra, Prom Committee, Intramural Sports, M.H. winner and Treasurer of Booster Club. As hobbies, she collects stamps and records. I NANCY GR General Attractive, ANT Y. A petite and well-mannered is Nancy. She was a M member of A Cappella Choir and Mixed Chorus. "Squirt" en- i' joys water-skiing, skating and dancing. Her special like is Bernie and also her LUCIUS GREEN College "Cass" as known by his many friends is a swell guy. He was in Orchestra, Varsity-Reserve Football, Reserve Basketball, Track and Second Choir. Lou's favorite hobby is collecting jazz records. Cass works for the Recreation Department. ,Vu T diamond! Q ,wa THOMAS GRAY General Thomas was known to his many friends as "Jerry De Rico." His activities included: Baseball and he played on the champion- ship Intramural Basketball team. His likes are progressive and I , i . . T7 Q . , -.43 1 I Q ff W ' modern jazz. Tom also likes girls! I if ' . ,Q MARILYN GREENERT General "Nice things come in small packages." Marilyn was class Vice- President in ninth, a Y-Teens member in twelfth, and a member of Chorus in tenth and eleventh grade. She was on the Senior Play committee and in the Style Show. Graduating Seniors JO ANN GREENLUND W General "Jo," to her many friends, participated in the Mixed Chorus for two years, Y-Teens and the Style Show in ninth grade. She is skilled in Pantomine. She especially likes skating and swim- ming. Jo holds a baby-sitting job part-time, MARY LOU GREER Commercial Always laughing and making friends, comes easy to Mary Lou. She was in Mixed Chorus, Future Accountants and had the honor of being selected a junior Arbor girl. One special like of Mary Lou's is dancing. BONNIE GRIFFES Commercial During her high school years, Bonnie participated in Student Council, Glee Club, Style Show, A Cappella Choir, Junior Arbor girl and a member of the National Honor Society. "Smileys" favorite hobby is sewing. ERNEST GRISWOLD General "Ern,' is a quiet lad, but a truly sincere friend. In his spare time he enjoys hunting and fishing. Emes main interest is girls and cars. FRED GUILLEMOT College Quiet but friendly, Fred spent most of his extra time in Dra- maticsg being in Oaklian Players, National Thespians and the Senior play. He participated in Varsity Football and Track. His hobby is hunting and fishing. RICHARD HAMMOND JR. General "Dick" has been a color guard for the Band in both his junior and senior year. He has also participated in sports by playing Tennis in eleventh grade. Dick says that his hobby is making models. 1 College E' General 'Ss Sf i... . 7 WAYNE HARDY Happy-go-lucky with a touch of seriousness is Wayne. He was a member of Future Engineers in his senior year. His hobby is ' bowling and his likes consist of Shirley and his hot "Chevy!" Wayne works at a local store. RICHARD HARMON General Full of fun best describes our "Dick," Although, not very active in Muskegon Heights High, Dick was extremely busy out of school. His likes are hunting, swimming, fishing and cars. ROBERT HATHAWAY Pleasant with a fine sense of humor would best fit "Bob." He participated in Track his Junior and Senior years and was a Track manager, A few of his many interesting hobbies are working on cars, hunting and fishing. ROLAND HAUBRICH College Roland, otherwise known as "Bud," was a Student Council Representative for two of his high school years. He likes to work with cars and play basketball in his spare time. Roland also belongs to the Naval Reserve. Class of '59 ROBERT HEGBLOOM General "A lot of fun and a little bit of study makes me happy." Bob's hobbies include cars, swimming, water skiing, boating, and girls. Among all his hobbies he also found time to participate in Jets. Bob's pastime is sleeping. ROBERT HENDRICK College Student Council, Hi-Y, Track, Commencement Usher, and Class Vice President are among Bob's activities. He also won the American Legion Award. Bob enjoys hunting, boating, and cars. He works for his father during the summer. CAROL HERMESDORF College l l Carol, one of the more popular and all-around girls in school was a Junior-Arbor girl, member of the Glee Club, A Cappella Choir and Future Teachers. She has won many awards in the language department, among them a Spanish certificate. CLEO HERMESDORF College Neat and sweet describes Cleo, who kept active as a member of Y-Teens, Spanish Club, Future Teachers and A Cappella Choir. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and water sports- especially swimming and water-skiing. JEAN HERSHBERGER College "Jeanie" was known by member of Future Nurses, in Oratorical Declamation. writing to pen pals. Jeanie likes school and parties. LYNN HIDDEMA Commercial Full of fun and always on the go describes Lynn. She partici- pated in Y-Teens, Spanish Club, A Cappella Choir, Prom Corn- mittee, Cheerleading, School Plays, Intramural Sports and Sub- Juniors. Lynn works part-time at a local store. many and liked by all. She was a a Junior Arbor girl and participated Her hobbies are music, sports and .SSX - y Q-nv Qu-1 N... Y""' WILMA HILTON General Friendly and lots of fun best describes "Toots." While at Heights, Wilma participated in Chorus, Glee Club and Bible Club. Her like is roller skating and her dislike is fish. EDWIN HOF MANN College Edwin was one of the quieter members of the senior class. A part-time job at a local theater occupies most of his spare time. He likes to hunt and fish and enjoys the peace and quiet of the outdoors. BARRY HORVATH College "Barry" participated in Band for three years and was a Hi-Y member in his Junior and Senior years. Music is a hobby of Barry's and he plays the clarinet and piano. SUSAN HUEY General "Sue" was everybodys friend in and out of school. During her school years, she belonged to Glee Club, A Cappella Choir, Style Shows, Girls Intramural Sports and she was also a M.H. winner. In her spare time Sue listens to music and bowls. Graduating Seniors CHARLES HULKA College "Chuck" has been a member of the track team and J.E.T.S. He was active in Band for four years and won a first division rating at the Band Solo and Ensemble Festival. Charles works part-time at his dad's supermarket. Hunting, skiing, swimming, 1: .i ,, is DOROTHY IRWIN and fishing take up his spare time. JANICE IPPEL Commercial Full of fun for everyone is our Jan. She was a member of Library Club, Y-Teens, A Cappella Choir, Glee Club, and Mixed Chorus. She was active in All-School Plays. Jan's particular like writing letters to Jack. What number now, Jan? a member of Student Council, Y-Teens, Orches- tra and participated in a Style Show in ninth grade. She also served on the Senior play committee. Her hobbies are skating, horseback riding and Dick. She is employed part-time at a local v v . General . ' . U H' "Dodie" was 'V ,i ice-cream company. College "Rube" was Cappella Choi Nurses. Twice also runner up JOYCE JACKSON College Friendly, cheerful and pretty describes Joyce. She transferred from Catholic in her junior year. Joyce participated in Future Nurses and has a special interest in Nursing. Her hobbies are post card collecting, bowling and dancing. She works as secretary in an administrative office. RUBY JACKSON very active in school. Some activities included: A r, Heights Night Show, M.H. winner and Future she was Voted one of the ten best citizens and in D.A.R. Rube works at a local hospital. EDWARD J ACOBY JR. College Happy-go-lucky best describes "Ed," He was on the Reserve Football Team in tenth grade. Much of his time was occupied outside of school by hunting and fishing. Ed is employed at a local grocery store. STEWART J AEHNIG College Air Patrol. General YVONNE JEFFERSON I General Commercial Graduating Sen' ARTHADELLA JOHNSON During ninth grade Arthadella participated in Y-Teens and the Style Show. She also sang in Chorus during her Senior year In her spare time, she likes to sew and cook. DONNA JOHNSON College The girl with a happy smile for everyone. Donna was Junior Class Treasurer, Oaks assistant editor, Student Council President in ninth grade, and a member of French Club and on the Acorn Staff. She also works Dart-time at a local pharmacy. GRACIE JOHNSON A friendly girl with a warm welcoming smile best describes our Gracie She was a Student Council Representative, Intramural Sports and earned her M.H. letter. She was a Library Club mem- ber Art Club member and in the Style Show. JUDITH JOHNSON Commercial A pleasing personality is what Judy will be remembered for She was a member of Bible Club, was a Junior Arbor Girl, par- ticipated in the Style Show, and was active in Intramural Sports Collecting animal knic-knacs is her hobby. KIRK JOHNSON The strong silent type," that's our Kirk. And a nicer guy you could not iind He has been a Student Council Representative, on the Senior play committee, in A Cappella Choir and voted the senior class. NANCY JOHNSON College Efficient, enthusiastic, everyone's friend! "Nance" was voted ''Most-likely-to-succeed." Among her many activities are: Senior Class and French Club Secretary, Acorn Editor, Student Council Representative, and Honor Society. Nancy was also a Junior Arbor Girl and a member of the Homecoming Court. "Stew" had an air of friendliness about him all of the time He was a Student Council Representative and a member of Fu ture Engineers. Outside of school he is a Sargent in the Civil PATRICIA JAENICKE Pat was active in Second Choir and participated in a Style Show in eleventh and twelfth grade She lists as her hobbies reading and sewing She works at a local restaurant "Von's" activities in school included YTeens and girls In tramural Sports in which she shared the honor of champions Her hobbies are reading and listening to rec0rdS BEVERLY JENSEN Bright blue eyes and a smile for everyone describes Bev Her activities included Student Council Representative Girls Intra mural Sports Oaks and Acorn Staff assistant Senior Editor, and a member of Sub Juniors Dislikes? School RODNEY JOHNSON College "Tall, dark, and silent," but not in the true sense of the word best describes "Rod." His pet club is History Club of which he is an active member. Likes debating!! Also he has a job at 2 local shoe store. ROLLAND JOHNSON General "Not that I don't like school, but I like fun better," says Rol- land. His main interests outside of school are fishing, hunting and camping. Rolland has a job at a local supply store. GLEN JORGENSON College "Yogi," a member of Hi-Y, Band for four years, and Future Engineers. He also played baseball and was a Junior Commence- ment Usher. His hobby is hunting and his unusual accomplish- W, Ji gg, V ir 4 Qi ment is building Quonset huts in three hours! PATRICK JUSTIAN General t'Butch," as he is known by his friends, is full of fun and well liked by those who know him. He was a student Council Repre- sentative and a member of Chorus. Hunting, taxidermy, and girls are his hobbies. VW Graduating Seniors ii' DOROTHY KELLEY Commercial mil' 1 ' f I z lil l Will ' E 1- .w ., 4 f--F 1 I . 5 ' r General During her high school years, "Dot" was in Glee Club Mixed Chorus and the Style Show. In her spare time she reads and 'H if listens to jazz. Dot likes boys and dislikes lazy people and show- , 6 offs. 3 'Jw E JULIAN KINNUCAN General "Nuke" was one of the more carefree members of the senior class. There was never a dull moment when Nuk was around. Although he was not in many activities, he occupied most of his time hunting and fishing. JO SEPH KRESNAK JR. 'G Tall and good-looking describes our "JOE-H H9 l?1aYed on the Varsity Football team and also likes cars and hunting. A certain .Q P3 I l girl named "Hazel" tops his list of likes. Joe works at a local o P, , Sb greenhouse during the summer. V' DIANE KRUEGER College 2' 6 54, 4 i K I General "Dede" was very active while at Heights. She belonged to Y-Teens, officer of French Club, Oaks and Acorn staff, Oaks ad- vertising staff and played in Intramural Sports. Dede placed seventh in State French contest and also she works part-time at a local drugstore. RICHARD LAMPMAN A lad of few words but lots of pep best describes "Dick." Dick likes working on cars. For sports, Dick likes to hunt and spends his time out of seasong bowling. His hobby is girls! MARVIN LANDINGHAM General Marvin or "Billy,l' as he is called by his many friends, was a member of the Track team in his sophomore year at Heights High. He also was a member of the Reserve Football team. fi Q, in PATRICIA LANGE Til - 1 ,A C ll 9 ,, Nj, ' ,auf . 0 see A' . Pretty and popular Pat was in the All-School Senior Play, i Y-Teens, Booster Club, Orchestra, Sub-Juniors, Thespians, F.T.A., ' I- ig Latin Club, President of Oaklian Players, Civic Theater, and ' a cheerleader since seventh grade. She was a member of National ' wi , Honor Society and a junior Arbor Girl. ' 157 ' su, LINDA LARSEN f College rw, A girl with a wonderful personality. Linda was a Y-Teens so X , College cludedg Oaks 'CW 4'9- member and an alternate Student Council Rerpresentative. She has played in the Orchestra for four years and also played in the West Shore Symphony in her Senior year. NANCY LEIN 1 Charming Nancy had a smile for everyone. Her activities in- staff, Acorn stalf, and Future Nurses. Nancy's hobbies are dancing and skating. She also works part-time in a local dime store. JANET LEWIS General "Jan" was sweet to all. In tenth and eleventh grade, she was in the Second Choir. In twelfth, she was in A Cappella Choir, Bible Club and Style Show. jan likes skating and bowling. Class of '5 KENDA LONG College Charming Kenda always had a smile for everyone. Among her many activities in school were, Varsity debate, Booster Club, Oaklian Players, Future Teachers and Latin Club. A'Susie" was also a member of Honor Society and a Junior Arbor girl. ANTHONY MALONE College "Tony" during his high school years participated in Reserve and Varsity Football and Baseball. He was also an Art club member. Outside of school Tony boxes at the C.Y.O. and is President of the Jr. Star and Mason's. PHYLLIS MANER , College "Fee-Fee" was a Student Council Representative and a mem- ber of the Oaks and Acorn staffs. She was in Band and Orchestra, participating in one Heights Night show. Clubs included, Oaklian Players, Future Nurses, and Y-Teens. JOHN MASKELL College Studious and a hard worker best describes John. He was kept dxf' if bg:-r ! ""'f ' .5 busy with his school work and a part-time job, John participated Vx in Student Council. His main interests are his car and radios. , GARY MAST College . Never a'dull moment when "Hedee's" around. One of our favorites, he has been in A Cappella Choir for three years, he played Varsity and also Reserve Football in his Senior and Sophomore years. Special like is Jan and dislikes . . . home- work. KENNETH MAY General Ken has been an active member in Band since ninth grade. In his Senior year he was also a member of the Bible Club. Ken 1 Viv, will always be remembered for his friendly smile and his ' '.-..:'- .- it UI.-A,-1,1 an 7' if , W3 ' :?.1',,'-we . Q 1 L 1 3261131111-'As.1S wiring 151:13 PHILLIP MCCLAIN . 1. 3 General as "Phil" sang in the Mixed Chorus and A Cappella Choir. He belonged to the tumbling team and he also has a part-time job at a local supermarket. His hobbies are fishing and tumbling. ggi-14 W EVELONE MCCORMICK General 'W' i, K , . 5 r I Evelone, known to everyone as "Lonnie," participated in the gi' X 2' Mixed Chorus and then the A Cappella Choir for two years. . ci' She was in the Oklahoma Chorus, the Style Show and also Sub- Juniors. For her very special like . . . joel. 2 BRUCE MCFARREN College A more intelligent student is hard to find. Bruce participated in Student Council and Spanish Club. His grades achieved him the honor of being a Junior Commencement Usher and first place in State Spanish test. Bruce likes bowling and baking. ROBERT MCGEE College "Bob" played Reserve Football in tenth grade. Bob lists his hobbies as archery and model trains. Bob's top likes are food and he dislikes English intensely. His nickname is Mr. McGoo. Graduating Seniors 'li General 1 "Friendly and fun-loving" is Loretta. She participated in Y- V, .8 Teens and Bowling. Loretta's hobbies are traveling and swim- 'zz it di' ming. She lists her likes as fun, friends, but most of all "a big -. by a 'U' blue-eyed Swede" named "George." -FTM, t ,. 1- f 'Q' - , V, 1 BARRY MCPHERON wi G'iT'j'a? . . . If nice guy to know and be around" is Barry. He participated . in Band in ninth grade. Barry spends his spare time working 'A 5 on cars. He states his hobby as being with girls. Barry plans to kk .V 1 be a printer. 'ii' ,V'i'Wi Dil KAREN MEISCH srl I ' l., X - I i College ' 7 I 1 'AAnother example of personality and brains going hand and :Q hand together," is Karen. She participated in Debate, Student A' ri: -I 1 Council, Library Club, Future Nurses, Y-Teens, Intramural - I L ' Sports, Orchestra, Glee Club, and Latin Club. Karen won the 1 ' .. ,- ' honor of being a Junior Arbor girl. BARBARA MERLE College "Barb" was in Future Nurses and Y-Teens for three years. She was in Student Council, a Booster Club member, and a mem- ber of Band for four years. Barb participated in Girls Intramural Sports and was a M.H. winner. JUDITH MESSERSCHMIDT Commercial "Judy" has participated in vocal organizations all through her High School years, having been in Glee Club, Chorus, and Choir. She also has been in Intramural Sports, Style Show and Library Club. judy's hobbv is roller skating. MARILYN MEYER General Marilyn, known as 'Mar" among her friends, was in e ixeo Chorus for three years, participated in the Style Shows and was i a member of Bible Club. Her hobby is playing the piano. She fe dislikes pizza and likes boys! ,


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