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

 - Class of 1964

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H0624 Ajtruf, .I it 1 -lvjql dxf 1 K Vg A--r , iff? wifm: f inf, W ,Mini f A In fy I rr Y -, Q12 .4 f V+, ' A 9 I i 1' "rw, ffl ffi' iI2.:?i,. . 4. ... - Volume xliii Museegon Heigfifs mga 505001 Ruthann Dnbb Penny Essenbers Brenn Sprecken Pat Kettle Katherine Berry Timafi Mathews Staff EDITOR IN CHIEF Penny Eesenberg ASSOCIATE EDITOR Ruthann Dobb PHOTOGRAPHERS Jeanne Hamilton, chief Be Hazell CHIEF TYPIST Linda Cavender Pat Kettle FACULTY EDITORS Joyce Brandes Ruthann Dobb SENIOR EDITORS Cheryl Coe Judie Beecham Tamara Mathews UNDERGRAD EDITORS Susan Bolt Irene Dynes Pat Kettle ACTIVITIES EDITORS Barb Luders Rete Bleckmer Cheryl Coe MUSIC AND DRAMA EDITORS Joyce Brandes Barb Luders SPORTS EDITORS Stan Ashford Ruthann Dnbb Penny Essenberg ADVERTISING STAFF Barb Luders Reta Blackmer ART EDITORS Brenn Sprecken Barb Luders CHRONICLE EDITORS Brenn Sprecken Par Kettle ACORN EDITORS Katherine Berry Tamara Mathews DIVISION PAGES COURTESY OF Mr. Bill Sprecken Mr. Richard Pedler STAFF ADVISERS Mr. W. E. Murray-Editorial Miss K. Keillur-Art Mr. L. Schregardus-Advertising Mr. H, A, Kruizenga-Consultant 5a5le of Contents Dedication .......,4..............,.,.,., .. 4 Administration and Faculty ..... .. 6 Seniors .....,.,.,.,.. ...,,...........,,.., ..... 1 8 Who's Who for '64 ...,,, ..,. . ..... 5 2 Undergraduates ,........,.. ..... 5 6 Music and Dramatics . .... ..... 7 4 Activities ...,....... , 84 Homecoming ...,. ..,., 9 8 Sports .....,.,,.............. Senior Directory ..... Advertising .........,.. XX xl X x X X ...,...,,102 ........120 .,.......124 3oreworci "The shaping of our own liie is our own work. It is a thing of beauty, or a thing ol shame, as we ourselves make it. We lay the corner and add joint to joint,' we give the proportion, we set the finish. It may be a thing of beauty and of joy forever." -Ware There's a time for everything, someone has said: a time to be born and a time to die, but, as some wag also said, "it's the time in between that worries me." There's a time for school and a time for workg a time for love and a time for marriage, a time for worry and a time for fun. The time . . . the minutes, the hours, the days, and months, and the years we have spent here . . . have been eventful and good years, sometimes sorrowful, most times glad, filled to capacity with joyous things for us to do. Is it any wonder we chose "Time and School Life" as the theme of the 1964 Oaks? So as we venture forth, we leave behind us in the pages of this yearbook another world . . . a world of fond memories and a record of things attempted and things achieved. In this volume we leave but a trace, even a hint or two, perhaps, of the many adventures we had. One must read between the lines of this book in order to savor its content to the fullest. We are sure you will agree, whether you are a senior or not, that this yearbook is a kind of symbol for all of us. 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Incidentally, his children were graduated by this high school, as well as he. Good luck, Mr. Campbell! 1966 1965 President be-f Mr. McCaleb Appointee Edwin W. V. Anderson, Secretary ...,.. jay Retsema, Treasurer Foster 0. Bishop ..,......,.. Robert E. Garrison Anita M. Herald ...,......,... ..,.,.. ..... .,.... . . . 1 - me:-Q' r 1967 1964 1966 1967 1965 8 Dr. Garrison, Mr. Bishop, Mrs. Herald, Mr. McCaleb, Mr. Strong, Mr. Retsema, Mr. Anderson Mrs. Mclntyra Principal Mr. H. A. Kruizenga Q2gQ5g,'Lg,2fg'm Assistant Principal University of Michigan Mrs, Bonnie Bauman X Mr. Leonard Schregardus A.B., M.A. Degrees Hope College Michigan State Mrs. Anna Hsrvath 9 Counselors xx 2 xy Ni w , il ' v in :S x .1 A 'qi ' 'xl A Qfiiilbfgki I time MRS. W. E. MURRAY B.S. Degree Northern Michigan University Counselor Pupil Personnel Services Operational Guidance MISS J. SCHROEDER A,B,, M.A. Degrees University of Michigan Counseling and Guidance Student Council Adviser 10 MISS E. NEEDHAM A.B. Degree Kalamazoo College Counselor National Honor Society Adviser Mlu lvihnnore MR. E. BIDVIA MR. G. BRANTLEY MR. J. QHARON BAS- DPEYSB B.S. Degree B.M.E. Degree Cenffal Mkhigafl University Western Michigan University Central Michigan University Bookkeeping and Mathematics History Director of Choral Music Golf Coach Race Relations Club Adviser Churaliers, Boys Quartet, MR. J. COBB A.B., M.A. Degree Western Michigan University University of Michigan English MISS M. COBB B.S. Degree Western Michigan Universi Physical Education Booster Club Adviser Intramural Sports Director Girls Sextet Director MR. J. CORNWELL A.B. Degree ty Western Michigan University English Senior Class Adviser Vs MR. D, G. DQWITT MR. W. DINGLER MRS. S. ENGEL A.B., M.A, Degrees B.S. Degree A.B. Degree H0192 College Western Michigan University Hope COHGEB University gf Michigan Woodworking, Mechanical English English Drawing Sophomore Class Adviser Y-Teens Adviser 11 MR. F. FERDON B.S. Degree Stout State College Auto Mechanics Jets Club Adviser i MR, J. FORREST B.S, Degree Ball State Teachers Colleg Graphic Arts and Production Printing All-School Play Publicity MR. W. HAMILTON B.S. Degree University of Michigan Western Michigan University Mathematics 2. ',., . J , , , UQ MRS. E. HEATON B.S., M.A. Degrees University of Nebraska University of Michigan Typing junior Class Adviser 12 MRS. R. HARMON B.S. Degree Stout State College Home Economics e MR. J. FOSTER B.S. Degree St. Cloud State College Bookkeeping F.A.A. Adviser MR. B. HARRY B.F.A., M.ED. Degrees University of Kansas University of Michigan Special Education MR. R. HORTON MR. 0. JOHNSON B.S. Degree A.B. Degree Winona State College Western Michigan University Speech American Government Therpians, Oaklians Adviser Athletic Director Sophomore Class Adviser Varsity Basketball Coach Play Productions Varsity aBsketball Coach MISS K. KEILLOR A.B., M.F.A, Degrees Western Michigan University Cranbrook Academy of Art Art Senior Class Adviser MR. G. MARKLEVITS B.S., M.A. Degrees Mankato State College Band Marching, Concert, Dance Band Director MR. E. MOREHOUSE AB. Degree Albion College Biology F.'l'.A. Adviser junior Class Adviser ,..,w,- . ...nl a as Ei?-.?1Q,.,I s' W 4 1 ' f ,fi'f"12i'FSZ F. - U' 3. L. ,gpg i 1 --K 1' fi . Jr, -,Q n,.f.a,g. . r ..'-s :J'f:.fw4 f ' .rev W - ig 1- Shim' 53.1-L 1 ' u,.g:,1gu.-.1 MISS E. KIDWELL B.S., M.A. Degrees Indiana University Denver University Library Library Staff Adviser MRS. H. A. KRUIZENGA A.B. Degree Hope College English MR. D. MacINTOSH A.B. Degree Western Michigan University History and Civics Debate and Drivers Education Sophomore Class Adviser Debate Club Adviser Debate Coach Producer of Musical MRS. D. MURPHY B.S. Degree North Dakota University Home Economics MR. D. MCKENZIE A.B. Degree Central Michigan University American History MR. W. E. MURRAY A.B., M.A. Degrees University of Michigan English, Journalism Acom, Oaks Adviser Chairman of English Department 13 MR. G. NOEL B.S. Degree Western Michigan University Biology Reserve Football Coach MR. A. OCHS B.S. Degree University of Detroit Economics and Civics Varsity Football Coach MR. J. PAQUIN AB. Degree Western Michigan University MR. M. PARKER A.B. Degree Malone College Ffenfhr Spaflish Western Michigan University French Club Adviser Spanish Spanish Club Adviser MR. D. OPALEK B.S. Degree Western Michigan University History end Speech Hi-Y Adviser MRS. M. PAYNE A.B. Degree Michigan State University Mathematics MISS K. REID A. B. Degree Western Michigan University Shorthand and Typing 14 MR. L. SCHAUDE B.S. Degree Stout State College Mechanical Drawing Junior Class Adviser MR. L. SOUTH A.B., M.A. Degrees Hope College Michigan State University Latin Latin Club Adviser MR. R. STEVENSON A.B. Degree Michigan State University History and Civics MR. R, THIES A.B., M,A. Degrees Western Michigan University Mathematics Varsity Track Coach Reserve Basketball Coach Reserve Football Coach MR. G. Van RAVENSWAAY B.M. Degree Western Michigan University Orchestra and Stringed Instruments MR. W. STUDIER A.B., M.S. Degrees Western Michigan University University of New Hampshire Chemistry and Biology ,..,..--ge . ug' L. A MRS. C. THOMPSON B.S., M.S. Degrees Western Michigan University University of Michigan Mathematics MR. P. WAALKENS B.S, Degree Winona State College Machine Shop Hi-Y Adviser . ' I fa., , Q., g X pq, ye? MRS. R. TAMBLYN B.S. Degree Northem Michigan University Home Economics MR. J. K. THORNLEY A.B., M.S. Degrees Eastern Michigan University University of Michigan Physics, Chemistry Faculty Athletic Manager ,.-.1 ., ...M N 1, f A - 3 xx N 'e MRS. M. WASHINGTON B.S., M.A. Degrees Southern University University of Michigan English Y-Teens Assistant Adviser 15 , h MR, H. D. WESTMAN B.S, Degree l.Vostern Michigan University Physical Education Cross Country, Gymnastics Coach ti 1 we S -'Z' -,. MISS B. KRALEY A.B. Degree Western Michigan University History and Civics 16 MR. G. WILLIAMS B.S. Degree Central Michigan University Commercial Law and Mathematics Senior Class Adviser Football Coach MR. R. Mc PHERSON B. M. Ed., M.A. Central Michigan University Assistant Band Director MR. C. ZBOJNIEWICZ A.B. Degree Western Michigan University English RICHARD LOOMIS A.B., M.S. Degrees Central Michigan University Michigan Slate University Retailing Coolajs Mrs. Wisti, Mrs. Baker, and Mrs. Pohl Custocfians Kill lil llll llllllll llll llllil Mr. Richards v Mrs. Margaret Sauders Q 1 gl, Mr. Eugene Hilliard go MY- Ffank Lodlinski Mr. Richard Pederson .., 4 1 4 .. vJf,'kxf . ', -' t 1 Q 1? 'Q Q ,IFF mv- fgf. ik ,va 11011 ww- A wif' , W ., 1513? Y 1? l td,- Qt". W ,Q ,r . , N . ' A 2" A , nga , T 5 IF' 32 x - f' ,ff ,, 5 f , If , Lf ' J, W.. . K ,ff j . 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WILLIAMS Class Class Class Song Moon River Flower White ROSS C0101 Black and Gold Motto Lord, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change the courage to change the things I cang and the wisdom to know the difference. MR. J. CORNWELL Seniors 1964 College General WILLIAM JOHN ALEXANDER General "Willy" or "Long John" . . . Par- ticipated in the Senior Play, Concert Choir, and was Secretary of Hi-Y . . . Likes girls, to hunt, fish, and eat . . . Dislikes unfriendly people . . . Hobbies are eating and sleeping . . . Ambition - Draftsman. Commercial College THOMAS ADAMS VIRGINIA AMMOND WILLIAM ANDERSON "It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice" best describes our "Tom" . . . Likes to play baseball . . . Enjoys sports, playing poker, and hunting . . . Lists his dislike as girls . . .Hopes to become a veterinarian. SHIRLEY ANN ALEXANDER "Ann" as she is known to her friends enjoys baseball and basketball . . . Likes going to church . . . Dislikes getting up early in the moming . . . Hobbies are baby sitting and painting . . . Ambition is to become n model. "Ginny" as her friends know her participated in the Senior Class Play . . . Likes are dancing, swimming, good times, and pickles . . . Dislikes snobbish people . . . Ambition is to become a secretary. our "Bill" . . Partici- Always smiling, thats . . . Voted "Best Dancer" pated in Debate, Debate Club, Choir, F.A.A., Spanish Club, and Oaklian Players . . . Likes dancing, girls, sports and school . . . Dislikes nothing lhe'S Very hBPPYl . . . Ambition-Pro- fessional chef. CONNIE RUTH ANGELL General Connie lists her likes as football games, pizza parties, and boys . . . Dislikes snobbish people and jazz music . . . Enjoys skating, football games, dances, and singing in her church choir . . . Ambition is to be a welfare worker. j ' 4.4. ' iii-f , ' 1 , 2 Q 5 I Q sv if Q Q ix-, ' . 1 LORETTA ARNOLD , W i General "Vet" always has a smile for every- ,N X - I one . . . Participated in Y-teens, ' ,l g Q choir, and F.N.A .... Likes to be -5 -e ' Q with ffiendly PeoPle, cooking, sew- is ina, Bhd playing records . . . Dislikes ', I "ff Concelfed Peollle . . . Ambition-nurse M' or telephone operator. X GEORGE BAXTER General "Geo" participated in school Foot- ball . . . Likes auto shop . . . Disf likes include homework and tests . . . JUDITH BEECHAM College Full of fun, that's our "Judie" . . . Participated in French Club, Oaklians, and Oaks and Acom staff . . . Likes everything that centers around "fun" . . . dislikes phony friends and getting up in the morning . . . Attends Beauty Academy . . . Ambition is to be a beautician. EDMON BEENE General "Beenie" with his fine personality and smile to match participated in Cross Country and Football . . . Likes girls, music, sports cars, and having fun . . . Dislikes civics . . . Works at Cole's Bakery. He works on cans as a hobby Ambition-To work at some sort of mechanical trade. Seniors EVELYN MAXINE BELL College "Evie" participated in French Club and Oaklians . . . Jr. ll: Sr. Arbor girl . . . Worked on Jr. and Sr. Prom Committee . . . Likes pizza, Paul, music, babysitting, and Paul . . . Dis- likes cats and fur . . . Ambition-Lab oratory Technician. RICHARD D. BELL College "Rick" participated in Jets, Student Council. French Club, Biology Club, secretary and treasurer of Hi-Y, and was Jr. Commencement Usher . . . Likes math, drive-ins, and jaguars . . . Dislikes homework and liver . . GREG J. BERGHUIS General The wonderful people of this world are sometimes the shyest . . . Greg, likes girls, cars, parties, and drawing . . . Painted scenes for the school plays . . . Dislikes girls who smoke . . . Hobbies include art, hunting, and cars. 4Ambition - commercial artist. KATHERINE LYNNE BERRY College "Kitty" . . . Acom Editor, a Canary for two years and a Junior and Senior Arbor girl . . . Church choir . . . V.P. Ba sec. of Youth group . . . Likes writ- ing, pizza and men . . . Hobbies now x 5, L SANDRA BELL General Sandra participated in Teens, Student Council, and her church choir . . , Likes dancing, skat- ing, and meeting new friends . . . Dis- Band, Y- Ambition - Specialized Technician. likes conceited people . playing the clarinet . . Success in whatever she . . Hobby is . Ambition- decides to do. . Q QI 4, ' PAUL BENSINGER 4, . General 1 A good fellow and a friend worth i - having best describes "Benie" . . . jf-5.11. 1 " Likes girls, baseball, dancing, cars, -If .b and money . . . Dislikes conceited ' girls . . . Hobby is motorbicycling . . . , X .' Future occupation-draftsman. 4 l'S""' . s 235 4352.9 M' . ajpgiflf' ssfffijfi a 2 ' L ' :em -:Y wifi.: .i GRANT M. BERGHUIS General Grant . . , Member of jets Club . . . Won an award in Drafting in his tenth grade . . . Likes to be on the move . . . Dislikes being tied down . . . Grant hopes to become a skin diver. include reading and watching precoc- ious little boys . . . Hopes a nurse. s sk-ie? - . -ii" i' .- 'rtr' fm . W + in if im -1 5 I eigf: e . ' as RETA BLACKMAR College to become MARTIN FOSTER BERRY College "Martin" . . . Participated in De- bate Club, Spanish Club, and was a Junior Commencement Usher . . . Science seminar . . . Likes girls, money, pool, and fun . . . Dislikes English, conceited popele, especially girls . . . Wants to be either a doctor or a scientist. "Reta" . . . participated in Oalrians .ey in her Sophomore year, worked on ...-V -f Homecoming Commitee and was a member of the Oaks and Acorn Staff . . . Her likes include football games . . . Dislikes unfriendly people. ROBERTA ANN BLAKEMAN College "Bert" participated in Band, Or- chestra and All-School Play, Sub- juniors, and was .a member of Na- tional Honors Society . . . Her hobbies include music and dancing . . . She hopes to become a professional dano er. -are 1' : ge . FY re: Pg. :iff :ef filo' 'Tig We ,.. 1964 SUSAN BOLT College "Suzi" active in Student Council, Oaklians and on the Oaks and Acorn staff . . . Was vice-president of Junior class and Y-Teens, Historian of Sub- Juniors. Jr. and Sr. Prom Chairman, and Junior and Senior Arbor girl . . . Voted "Best Looking" , . . Suzi likes to collect sweaters and having fun. SHERRY LEA BONEBRAKE College "Sherry" . . . Varsity Cheerleader, Canary, Vice-president of Booster Club, active in Future Nurses, Y.F.C., Sub-Juniors, Spanish Club and Flower Drum Song . . . Likes having fun and school activities . . . Dislikes con- ceited people . . . Wants to become a social worker . . . Hobbies - bowl- ing and stamp collecting. JUDY ANN BREWSTER Commercial "Forde" . . . Active in Band, Oak- lians, National Thespians, and Student Council . . . Likes pizza and a cer- tain boy . . . Dislikes people who think they "know it all" . . . Works at Lumberman's Bank . . . Hopes to become a secretary. JOHN ARNOLD BROADBENT College "J.B." . . . Participated in Band, Cross Country, Tennis, and Gymnas- tics. Likes sports and sleeping late on Saturdays . . . Dislikes conceitad people . . . Hobbies include weight lifting, radio, and archery . . . Ambi- tion-to become a Draftsman. VICKI BOVEY General "Vicki" . . . Participated in church organizations and Bowling League outside of school . . . Likes include fun, parties, and sports , . . Dislikes party-poopers . . . Vicki would like to become a beautician. l ' ' . L T?- f -,. .F A Safari? , . 5, - ty. an P 2 if ,L ,ig 2 , vit , KENNETH A. BRONDYKE College "Ken" as known by his friends, likes sports, cars, and girls . . . Dis- likes homework. In his spare time Kan enjoys all sports . . . ambition-to be a teacher. ia : -' ,EVQEQQ5 fgf "s' W s'rEvE BOXER K l 7 ' Jgf- General is , 33 "steve" . . . Worked on me All Xi. I' NAT: ig School Play . . . Likes cars, Armory, ' ' 4 hunting, and gms . . . Dislikes home- 5: , work . . . Steve's hobbies are making ' 'W f keys . . . He hopes to become an auto- .. mechanic or a Diesel mechanic. ak JOYCE MARIAN BRANDES College Cute, perky, Joyce, participated in Student Council, Flower Drum Song, F.T.A., Booster Club. and the Oaks and Acorn Staff . . . A "Tigerette", Junior and Senior Arbor girl . . . Likes dancing and pink poodles . . . Dislikes false friends . . . Hobbies center around dancing . . . Ambition- Criminologist. 1 'ag 1' ' gift. 1-rg ROBERT M. Bizucx-:BAUER ' , General ' ' "Michael Angelo" likes girls, an- iii-f.5TQ-:Q tique cars, and mechanical work . . . Dislikes people who think they are "it" , , . Hobbies include hockey, hunting, and swimming . . . Works at Walgreens . . . Ambition-machinist. KENNETH ARNOLD BRUNK College "Ken" participated in Student Council in his Sophomore year and was a Commencement Usher . . . likes are sports, traveling and making money . . . Dislikes some teachers and conceited people . . . Hobbies are hunting and fishing . . . Ambition-to be an electronic or mechanical en- gineer. 7 an .i 13,56 me . 1... .. -F -t 'ca' it v. , Q51 1 P , L, ., N U 4 F2 ails.: A - ,saa 4 - G . t L -- 'E arf, :I - 4, So, Il l M .wa gq 1 eg., .alfa 1 f .ifeae .. sez, Q gary: , 4 ,,,t.,rs- fff - 'T t ', as . ' 1352-4 'gas' r 336-12. gi- - 1' - i ., F , -if Seniors DEANNA BUPP College "Francie" . . . Secretary of Orches- tra, and member of Sub-Juniors . . . played in the West Shore Symphony. Likes to have fun . . . Dislikes noth- ing . . . Hobbies include reading books, and all kinds of sports . . . Ambition-to make music as a ca- reer. DOROTHY JEAN BURTON General "Sweety" was active in Y-teens, Intramural Basketball, Baseball and Volleyball . , . Her likes include pizza, dancing, skating, and a certain boy . . . Dislikes loud people and cold weather . . . Hobby-flirting and eat- ing . . . Ambition-nurse. General LUCIOUS BURTON General Lucious . . . Likes basketball and football . . . Dislikes bad people and bullies , . . Hobbies include basket- ball and watching television . . . Luc- ious hopes to become an auto me- chanic. 1 DIANE LYNN BUTLER DAVID CAMPBELL " .gg College ,gif ' by "Dave" . . . Participated in Base- ball . . . Likes girls, cars, money, math, Q. ' and drawing . . . Dislikes snobby 4 , V ' if people and English . . . His hobbies ' are model building, drawing, and de- - ,, , signing . . . Dave works at Cloverville 'W 'l Hardware . . . He wants a future oc- i N N ,tl cupation in the designing field. L , 4 , THOMAS WAYNE CARSELL 5 ' v s ire: ' fu General ,, "Tom" . . . Holds a part-time job W b k ? outside of school . . . He has a special L like for cars . . . He is very fortunate ' ,, Y in disliking nothing . . . Tom's hobby fy ' N ' 55 is sports. so I N' R 'faq , x,,,,, , ,, N ,,. MICHAEL CASSADY ,xg A T4 Ali College swag' M1-hippninngi . . . Participated in .xl ' '- f 325-il 22 :Y Q.. 1 .fs 1 li a 3 f 2 '?:':. A fs... ,, 91? F lege 9 A I 'N X Y v fe 0 if 2. v 5 ay ' X i Reserve Football, Cross-country for two years, Track for three years, Hi- Y, Jets, and was our Basketball man- ager . . . He likes basketball and track . . . Dislikes homework, stuck-up people, and hotrodders . . . His hob- bies are stamp collecting and building model airplanes . . . Ambition-to be an Aeronautical Engineer. MICHAEL ALAN CASTAGNA "Dee-Dee" . . . participated in Y- Teens, Intramural sports, Chorus, Lib- rary . . . Likes eating, dancing, und baby-sitting . . . Dislikes stuck-up people, corn bread, buttermilk . . . Member of N.A.A.C,P, Club and the Elequettes Club . . . Hobbies include skating, thinking, and walking the pier . . . Ambition - to be a Practical HUFSB. FREDDI MAE BUTTS Commercial "Freddi" . . . Member of Intramural sports for three years, Y-Teens, and Future Nurses . . . Likes swimimng, clothes, and eating . . . Dislikes con- ceited people , . . Hobbies include skating, dancing, and Johnnie . . . Ambition-to become a secretary. ,,., - rf., xii College "" 1 'X A "Mike" . . . participated in Reserve i 'V Basketball, Varsity Baseball, and Golf -. . . . He likes bowling, golf, and good , food . . . Dislikes certain teachers . . . 11 ' 'T Mike's hobbies are pool and cards , . L ' ' 1 311 Ambition - to be a teacher. , W, LINDA CAVENDER Commercial f if "Little Lynn" . . . Participated in ' Future Accountants, Future Nurses, W ,f Forensics, and a member of the Oaks ' and Acorn staff . . . She likes chick- en dinners and Almond Joys . . . . ' Dislikes snobby people . . . Works in 'I '169' b a local restaurant . . . Ambition-to be a receptionist. -' 2fji'ggE!,'s ' '51 rx. , . . , 1964 PATRICIA CAVENDER Commercial "Pat" . . . Reserve cheerleader and Junior and Senior Arbor girl . . . She likes Tom and pizza . , . Dislikes a boring weekend . . . Pat works at Lindbergh School . . . Ambition-to be a secretary. CAROL CONKLIN General Caro! likes friendly people . . . Dis- likes people who run themselves down . . . Her hobbies include cook- ing and sewing . . . Carol's ambition- to be a beautician. LENARD TYRONE COOK General "Ty" . . . participated in Choir, Choraliers, and in two All School Plays . . . Likes music, printing, and money . . . He dislikes high strung people . . . His hobbies are music and tape recordings . . . Enjoys singing in his church choir . . . Ambition-to u JR. , ft DAVID CHRISTIAN rl General "Sinner" , . , Participated in Gym- ' nastics for three years and Cross . g QW -Q country for two years . . . Likes cus- tmq- ' M ' J' tom cars, drag-racing, and pizza par- vjf , 3 'lgiig ties . . . Dislikes girls who think gfglv' 1 A they'ra better than anyone else . . . fi' ,' H His hobbies are hunting, fishing, cus- K tomizing cars and dragging . . . Works t part-time for a local beer distributor KATHRYN LOUISE CHVALA Commercial "Kitty" . . . Member of Y-Teens and Secretary of Spanish Club . . . Likes being in school. ice-skating, reading, Ron, and just having a good time . . . Kitty has no special dislikes . . . Hobbies are sewing and drawing . . Ambition-to become a secretary. .nr be a Choir Director. 5 GEORGE EDWARD COVINGTON, 451 . 2 'f' at Q se FRANCES MAE COOPER General "Fran" . . . "Most Athletic" . . . Participated in Y-Teens and all after- school sports . . . Likes to dance, skate, and loves jazz . . . Dislikes con- ceited people . . . Member of N.A.A.C.P .... Would like to become a clerk or work at the hospital. ' vm -1 Y J-vrnkxcis' M 1,5535-' ' 'i'S73'2fg!QiQ'3 KAREN sua COBERLY ETL 'gf it 3' College ' A 'fgxeif "Shultz" . . . Active member of ff. Booster Club . . . Band, Dance Band, Sub-Juniors, Senior Play . . . Secre- ' , tary of National Honors Society . . . Sings in her church choir . . . Works x at Woolworths . . . Ambition-to be an illustrator. . CHERYL coE , ' ' Q, General . VL Cheryl participated in Debate Club, Q 5 Debate team, Student Council, All f W f 1 : - - r school play, Dramatics, Thesplans, Q' W " student director of Senior play, and I '.-, 1 member of Oaks and Acorn staff . . . riff ,A Qt Likes sharp cars, happy people, - '3 - "1 1 5 Heights, and water sports . . . Dislikes ' pickles . . . Cheryl's hobby is collect- X ing stuffed animals . . . attends beauty college. General "Boob" . . . Member of Hi-'Y and Future Accountants . . . likes jazz, girls, cars, football, and roller skating . . . Dislikes nothing or no one . . . His hobbies are airplanes and paint- ing . . . Works part-time at a local restaurant . . . Ambition-to be a Cer- tified Public Accountant. AVIS ANN CRENNO General "Ave" . . . In Student Council, Library Staff. all school musicals. Future Nurses, Business Club, and Chorus . . . Likes school spirit and dancing . . . Dislikes unfriendly peo- ple, and vegetables . . . Hobbies are designing and ice-skating . . . Hopes to be a Practical Nurse. Seniors JOHN A. CRITCHETT General "Chit" . . . Member of Student Council for one year, took part in and worked on All School Plays, Choir for two years . . . Works at local food market . . . Likes friendly girls, par- ties, and dances . . . Dislikes unfriend- ly people . . . Wants to travel. ALMA MARIE CROWELL Commercial A member of Future Teachers and Y-Teens . . . Her likes are Sam . . . Dislikes a large crowd . . . Her hob- bies are listed as reading and listen- ing to records . . . Future occupation is to be a secretary. PATRICIA ANN DEMUTH 4 Commercial ' ,ga V "Pat" . . . a transfer from Lincoln 23? High School in Wisconsin where she V was a member of the yearbook staff, i y Junior class play, Student Council... - ,gg in church and Young Peoples . . . A 4 m l Likes people . . . Dislikes unfriendly is people . . . Hobbies are sports, music -' 4 . . . Ambition is to work with "Teen N, Challenge". iigffgfg DARRYL GEORGE DINGLER .Q-Q 'fflc 'ff- A College "Ding" . . . Plays in Reserve Bas- Q- ' 7- 2, ketball, Baseball, Cross-Country, and 4 i 1 'L ' I K Varsity Basketball . . . Member of the x 7 ' Student Council, Choir, and Gymnas- tics . . . Likes lots of money . . . I, if Dislikes no big thing . . , Hopes to e t W be o barber or Physical Education teacher. RUTHANN DOBB College Member of F.T.A., Cheerleader, Student Council, Booster Club, Oaks and Acorn Staff, and Junior Arbor Girl . , . Works at D 8: C Store . . . Likes having fun . . . Dislikes people who gossip . . . Hobby is dancing . . . Ambition is to be a teacher. FRANCES DUMAW College Known as "Do" to his friends . . . Participated in Varsity Football and Track . . . Likes money, cars, and practice . Hobbies girls . . . Dislikes Football during hunting season . . are hunting and fishing. THOMAS P. DYKEMA College "Dyke" to his friends . . ber of French Club and Hi-Y . . . Other activities are church youth group, church softball, and day camp counselor . . . Dislikes lending money . . . Hobby is hunting . . . Future oc- cupation is a chemist. . Mem- IRENE L, College Member Latin Club likes pina. CAROLE ECKERMAN College "Class Songbird" . . Choroliers, Capella Choir, and two All School Plays. Likes music, dancing and anything red . . . Dislikes getting up in the moming . . . Amition, to be a Psychiatrist. . Member of BONNIE EDLUND College "Bonnie" . . . Our blonde Tigerette . . . Was a member of F.T.A., Student Council and a dancer in "Flower Drum Song" . . . Likes everything, especially leopard . . , Dislikes pessi- mists . . . Hobbies are also collecting stuffed animals and dolls . . . Ambi- tion - child phychologist. - e- - - Sa. -.e,.9,,e.,-, xx- -6' fi t s S 'tif we K 5315 ' ., s ' - --A- t A ri ,, 21- 1 . , iii, r ., WEE 1 eil, gig-. , A yg-ri-.F 1 W sf. e . Q E' ' X 1 Pt I R DYNES of the Joumalism staff, , and Student Council, Jun- ior and Senior Arbor Girl . . . Baby- sits as an outside activity . . . Her are listed as writing letters and 2' f I T' :Side is 95, " ' ' offs f'if'1E,: 'Q ,Q - 8,2 . 44' i 4 A., .r .- 1 .K 34" -S AL s FQ t. a it-'1 A -W 2L' , 1: n , " -2 fi W. is E , . - .-..-k, .fa . , 8 x 'E IG' 1964 MARC ENGLERIGHT College "Best Looking" . . . Captain of Var- sity football, active in reserve foot- ball . . . Homecoming King . . . Lists his likes as thoughtful and courteous people . . . He dislikes loud people , . . Marc's hobby is boating . . . Am- bition, to be happy. SANDRA ENGLISH General "Sandy" . . . Member of Student council, Library staff in sophomore and junior year . . . Likes working, John, and Thunderbirds . , . Dislikes stuck-up people . . . She works at local bakery . . . Ambition, to have BETTY JANE FELCOSKI PAUL CALVIN EPPLETT General "Epps" . . . Member of Reserve and Varsity Basketball and Baseball . . . His other activities include hunting and fishing . . . Likes being with peo- ple and helping them out . . , Dis- likes people who think they're better than others . . . Ambition-Physical Education teacher. a happy marriage. , eg f iffafff ' 4. 1-,sf x .s 5.4. , 2' r ' Q 5,..:v gi , - ..,, , 6,3 I x Q , . 4 as Q va Y . , sf . H s 5 et s ' ' I " 'r P ' CARL ESH -171 'fi 1-4 ,-.. -,gt A te., 3 b... fa i ' Y ' 4 'i V ' 'M , t ii 2 Q College Participated in Hi-Y, Science Sem- inar, Junior Commencement Usher. Stage crew for Senior Class Play, Basketball, Football and Baseball . . . Likes almost everything . . . Dislikes people who don't say what they mean ...His hobby is eating . . . Ambition is to be an Engineer. SANDRA KAY EWALD Commercial "Sandy" . . . Participated in Choir in her Sophomore year . . . Likes pizza, shorthand, and a certain boy . . , Dislikes conceited and snobbish people . . . Her hobbies are dancing and horseback riding . . . Ambition- a successful secretary. RUTHIE LEE FARRIOR General Popular "Rutha" . . . Pres. of Y-Teens, member of Choir, N.A.A. C.P. and director of the Progressive Jazz Club . , . Likes include Hector and anything that is red . . . Dislikes anything thot isn't neat . . . Hobbies- music, recording, and roller skating . . . Ambition-To be a success. sf ' X BRUCE 'r. FAULKNER , wk - 55,3 X College Bruce . . . in Methodist Youth Fel- i lowship . . . worked at Plumbs Super- fiifw X market . . . likes having fun and long vacaxions . . . dislikes being broke -' Z S 'M . . . lists his hobbies as hunting, fish- X " ' Y ing. and working on antique guns. ' A General "Betts" . . . in A Capella Choir for three years, Sextet for two years, and Student Council . . . worked at a local pharmacy and the Seaway Clinic . . , likes pizza, happy people, and Darryl . . . dislikes pessimists . . . hobbies: doing hair and working . . . future occupation: beautician. PENNY sua ESSENBERG NINA FAYE FERGERSON l ' ' College Commercial "Pen" . . . Active in Debate, Na- "Faye" . . . in Y-teens, Concert fb? r, tional Thespians, Y-Teens, Sub-Jun- Choir, Future Nurses for three years, iors, Girl's State, Student Council, Intermurel Softball, referee of Inter- X ' if Oaks Editor, Secretary and President mural Vollyball . . . likes dancing, 1:1 g 1, .Z of F.T.A.. Student Director of "Flow- roller skating, and a "certain boy" . . . I-3573 ' X-'fffg er Drum Song" . . . Likes history and dislikes conceited people . . . hobby: ,- K school activities . . . Dislikes gossip dancing . . . ambition: executive sem ii , that is untrue . . . Ambition-to be- retary. A' BIB -'F ' 4 come a teacher. Seniors JANET ELAINE FITZGERALD Commercial "Jannie" . . . a cheerleader for three years, in Student Council and choir . . . likes pizza, pop, pork chops, and Bob . . . has no dislikes . . . has "all kinds" of hobbies . . . lists her fu- ture occupation as receptionist. DYANN L. FORRY College Dyann . . , quiet and sweet . . . lists her likes as football games and pizza . . . says she dislikes homework . . . her future occupation: undecided. SANDRA JEAN FOX Commercial Sandra . . . In Library Club for three years and Co-op for two years . . . Likes outdoor sports, friendly people, and Richard . . . Dislikes stuck-up people , . . Hobbies: Col- lecting match covers from all over the U.S., and cats pation: Secretary. . . . Future Occu- :3,f:.lfl?F:g5J he . xgfaggff' '25, 5- MARGIE ANN FRANTZ ig" . Commercial Y :N X "Margie" . . . in Future Account- ' r V nf ants and the Senior play . . . likes 'I ' Z a "certain guy" and pizza . . . dis- ! N - 51. likes people who think they are "high Qgzffu 5'-' ,F class" . . . wants to be an airline Y" Y - i 4':f2f.Q- hostess or in the Women's Air Force, fa 1 T1 THOMAS FRICKE w K ' General A "What lies behind those mysterious in 'I Mm j eyes?" . . . His friends call him 'C ,S "Tom" . . . List his likes as skiing L ,L Y jf and a certain girl . . . Tom's hobbies x ' f are hunting and fishing. JAMES College njimn GALLIE . . . Likes hunting, fishing, '52 7221.17 awe. - Ci?VYi'I1"i' "M ' and hamburgers . . . Dislikes snobs and squash . . . Has worked summers on a farm . . . Lists his hobbies as hunting and fishing . . . His future I occupation: Conservation officer. ft., t Mg,.,, . ie? will , M1 .J, , if 3. 'Soi' - .elm F 6 K' in 2 oc r ' V 'fig' ig' 5 gs., it .' :Ki is., . I' 'hr 5' 8. , :Sui -Q i'1i,ii5aQ A TERRY RAYMOND GARBRECT 1' , College 3 Q "Terry" . . . Valuable member of ,V shf our gymnastics team . . . Enjoys rid- 4 5 Qi' ' . ing motorcycles and hunting in his '1 tiff spare time . . . Likes girls and motor- ' W , ' I cycles . . . Dislikes doing homework ' S tl, in general . . . Ambition-Horticultun ist. , A 'nit , r 6 If gg . ,. Y ff Rf. ,ig M f Y , mn, s. it Q Q . Q in ,t rf is S 1 PAUL EARL GARTON General GARTH M. GARCEAU College "Gigi" . . . In choir, Choralaires, and the All-School play for the last two years . . . Works for the Butter- nut Bakery . . . Likes cars, pizza parties, and LJ .... Dislikes home- work . . . Hobbies are hunting and fishing . . . Future occupation: Phar- macist. .Y ,pw Paul . . . Enjoys horseback riding, - W pry' swimming, and hunting . . . Dislikes ' unfriendly people . . , Likes many girls, cars, and money . . . Ambition -to become a Pattern maker. Refi f 3 .Q rm 'sz gy ,ici :3'?ff,::jSiiffSif .V ' s S T3 Q 2 a ' f 5? sits 1 3 T MG 5 ss. o, s , .,. .W ,,.. W.. ,. ,, DENNIS R. GERRANS College ' "Denny" , , . as he is known by isfigg: " his friends is a member of the Ex- Q15-rf' 'iii' prefer Club . . . He enjoys fishing, W . canoeing and hunting . . . Ambition, to be an engineer. aj' Q V " ', stihiffff' ' I - 71. 1964 AARON GILL General "Gillson" . . , Participated in Cross- Country and Basket Ball . . . Likes a girl named Shirley . . . Dislikes fish- ing and conceited people . . . Hobbies are ice skating and cats . . . Would like to attend Junior College. DARRELL LEE GLOVER General "Darrel" . . . Good looking . . . Par- ticipated in Football and track . . . Likes sports and anything cool . . . Dislikes Biology and girls that whis- tle. ARTHUR L. GRISWOLD General "Art" , . . a quieter member of our Senior class . . . Likes to mess with cats, fishing, and hunting . . . In the future he would like to become an auto mechanic. RONNIE M. HAMEL College "Ronnie", . . Won his letter in track and field . . . ran cross-country, and was an active member of Hi-Y . . . Member of the United States Naval Reserve . . . Likes to travel and would like to be an electronic technic- 4 s-We 2'2" . 4- , 2, - J-If Sr A K 5-'Econ fi 'V ,-swf -4 . Tv2"z?W SLM YT .wliif f 4 f. fp., 1 ., af, X Q if v. I' J g Q Q 'f 8 lf' wg 1, ii VICKI GRANDELIUS General "Red" . . . Active member in choir . . , likes being with people, a boy named Mike, and just having a good time . . . Dislikes untrue friends and unfriendly people . . . Attends a local beauty school in her spare hours. ian. JOANNE MARIE HAMILTON College "Joe" our little photographer . . . Participated in Sub-Juniors. Spanish Club, and all School play . . . Likes everything in general . . . Dislikes nothing in particular . . . Would like to be an x-ray technician. SHARON LYNN GRANT General "Sharon" . . . Likes beach parties and horseback riding . . . Dislikes party poopers and snobbish people . . . Would like,to work as a nurse- mnid or ward-helper in the future. MARILYN JEANNETTE GREER College "Jeanette" as she is better known by her friends . . . Participated in I n t e r m u r al volleyball, baseketball, baseball, and also was a member of Spanish Club . . . Likes pretty clothes, good records, and nice people . . . Dis- likes tempermental people. THOMAS JOEL HANES General What lies behind those mysterious eyes? . . . "Hank" likes to eat, sleep, and be merry . . . Dislikes chocolate coated baby humble bees . . . Hobbies include all sports, making models, and reading . . . Hopes to become a tool and die maker. MICHAEL LEE HANNAHS General "Mike" , . . quiet . . . Participated in "Flower Drum Song", won an award in advanced printing . . , Likes hunting and fishing . . . Dislikes teach. ers who give homework . . . Wants to be ,,a good printer. Semis o Wt 'Cl 22. -V X 'f f if ' - " .,:1s':vg., 5? ' 'E 'f W mf .- :gifs Qifsg f 1:21 V11 s iw- ze? , , f , - fi A lgtffp ef... .W 5? if Mg.. X1 h. Seniors CONNIE HANSEN General Works part time at a local dairy bar...Likes horses, art, dances, boys, and money . . . Dislikes conceited people . . . Hobbies are dancing and boys . . . Ambition-commercial artist. ROBERT IJOUIS HANSEN College "Bob" . . . Active member in sports, orchestra, Hi-Y, Student Council, and "Flower Drum Song" . , . Likes good grades and spending too much time on one thing . . . Ambition is to be si 4.517 5 a dentist. .ff 'x ' x Lx J A F, ' fd i A BO ANDERS HAZELL College Our friendly exchange student from Sweden . . . Participated in Debate Club, Student Council, Race-relations Club and Honor Society . . . Likes snow and water skiing, swimming, and our lake dances . . . Hobbies cor- responding and photographing . . . Dislikes being photographed himself. . -w i ,yo .. 4. 1-. 1 :W x .r x A .,I5?'1 'n- " ff' -. 'Y in A 1 r Q fy rv s Q KY gg 'N ,W k an .1 , r' is-r v 'KI , s. 'Qs .H- ' v- t JUDITH ANN HIZA General "Judie" . . . Participated in Y-teens, Girls Glee Club and Style Show . . . Likes food, swimming, sewing, bowl- ing, dancing and to be a success in life . . . Dislikes snobbish people . . . Ambition - I. B. M. operator. MARCIA K. HOFFMAN General "Katie" . . . Participated in Y-teens, Band, F.N.A., and school plays . . . Outside of school she is a member of a singing group . . . likes Tom and singing . . . Dislikes conceited people . . . Ambiton-To be a success. JEAN ANN HOLMES College "jean" . . . One of our quiet mem- bers . . . Was a jr. Arbor Girl . . MARY LOU HOOVER Commercial "Mary Lou" . . . Friendly and nice Participated in Y-teens . . . Likes sports, dancing, and music . . . Dis- likes loud people . . . Would like to be an English teacher. s V -A--:.f..:-ef -:gear 5, - DENNIS HEISTAND College ' s J -'The Msn" . . . Participated in Re- fi serve and Varsity football and base- 'ixww Q ball . . . Likes hunting, fishing, loaf- '43 ing, and Karen . . . Dislikes phony ff fs People . . . Hobbies are girls and it YQ: cars . . . Ambition is to be a sur- , ' geon or beach bum. - - v - 'W'A :off PRESTON F. HELMS College "Prez" . . . Members of Jets . . . Likes good-looking girls and good look- ing cars . . . Dislikes teachers without a sense of humor . . . Hobby is model cars . . . Wants to be an electrical engineer. . , . Likes boys fnaturallyl and hav- ing a good time . . . Dislikes Wednes- day night band practice . . . Hobbies are water skiing and horseback riding . . . Ambition-Dental Assistant. DAVID HORNE General "Horn" as his friends call him . . . Lists his likes as girls, money and cars . . . He dislikes nothing at all . . . Has a part time job at a local shopping center. as, Q .z iq- :A 7 ' A 4 if, . , . irx. - - :lid n , , 1 1? fl' 4' fi ...s ...Q , eerffwg- ,-s 'ms V 4- '-cg 35, T 1553 A .. 'Ei'-12'-:L -fs-1 E .- ' -0 . 411 . 4, 4 ,QS - . 5-g-rg pete. ' 1964 LANNY E. HOUSLER General "Lenny" . . . One of the quieter members of our class . . . Likes cars . . . Dislikes stuck up girls . . . Holds a part-time job . . . Ambition- Auto mechanic. MELVIN HUGHES Commercial "Melvin" . . . Participated in Re- serve football in his Sophomore year, and Future Accountants . . . Likes music, dancing and girls . . . Dislikes jealous girls . . . Ambition is to be a draltsman or accountant. CYNTHIA ARLENE HUNTER r Gene al "Cindy" . Worked on Drum Hospital . . . . . Dislikes Hobbies are back riding . . . Nice and petite . . . make-up for "Flower works at Song", . Likes Mike and Pizza people who are late . . . ice-skating . . Ambition - nurse. Sava Osteopathic 53 and horse- Liaifwf-. - 3-fre 'gifs Q ' 4:-1 ' ' E ' SITE' 939313 A " - 31 i'.'i5i i . if ' DELINN ANN HUNTINGTON College "Dee" . . . Sweet and nice . . . Was member of Sub-Juniors, Spanish Club, all-school play, and Senior Play . . . Likes Tom and sailing with the Hamiltons . . . Dislikes school . . . Would like to be a seamstress. GERALDINE JACKSON General Participated in Y-Teens, Intermural volley ball, and baseball . . . Likes one certain boy, skating and dancing . . . Dislikes cold weather and con- ceited people . . . Ambition-to be an Accountant. LANDA JACKSON General "Lana" . . . Pom-Pom girl in Senior year . . . Participated in Spanish Club and all school play . . . Likes candy bars and marching . . . Dislikes bossy people . . . Ambition-Nurse. MARY JO JAY Commercial "Mary" . . . Works at Jay and Son . . . Likes listening to records and having tons of fun . . . Dislikes get- ting up early in the moming . . . Col- lects stuffed animals . . . Ambition- receptionist. BARBARA JOHNSON Commercial "Barb" . . . Secretary of cheerleader in Personality plus . . . Sub-Juniors, Reserve Sophomore year . . . Likes dances, meeting people, and having fun . . . Dislikes studying for tests and unfriendly people . . . Holds a part-time job . . . Ambition-Pri- vate secretary. EDWARD JOHNSON General "Shorty-Man" . . . Participated in Track and Gymnastics . . . Likes girls, roller skating, money, and dancing... TYRONE ALLEN JENKINS General Known by friends as "Big Brother" . . . Participated in Football and Bas- ketball . . . Member of the "Clan" . . . Likes parties, food, girls, and cars . . . Ambition-Gym teacher. Dislikes cnnceited people and not having fun . . . Hobby is working with car engines . . . Ambition is to join the Air Force. :. 5 ks' 3.3 , fi " f 'fEP"2:.1f?f 1 ?jix:':g.5.i s 'A "Nil 5 --3 as-of ...age "' na. ,. r 5' Q 1 as . 2 or i s Q ei? 5 so A . , -I vpn 1 + ' x ff 5 t 4? - A 'Gaia Seniors JAMES JOHNSON College "Jim" . . . Participated in Varsity Football for two years . . . Also par- ticipated in Reserve Football and Basketball . . . Jim lists his likes as girls, cars, and parties . . . His dis- likes are gossiping girls . . . Ambi- tion, to be a traveling salesman. RANDALL RENNERD JOHNSON General "Randy" . . . Likes having a good time . . . Especially enjoys all sports and candy . . . Dislikes school . . . Ambition-to be rich. fe. ifvfasz 11.1,-:i,. can it-eggs.-?'gio SW, ...,',aiLi 5331 ' ROGER ALAN JOHNSON F ,jiggqgx General is f Tfigzihrj "Bird" . . . Participated in Base- , A ball . . . Likes a good place to hunt Ki A ' . . . He enjoys hunting and fishing + .z . . . Ambition-Machinist. Q. M227 yshgfr fe. .hugging ' .-xv .. -gf' '4 .s ew J 5531 f'g' ,gazes '?,s.Ir:?-A ','.,,,,' ' , 34.55" M, Q... ,,.. . - ws -1 I 729, ky if Mi -. miie TEN? E 3: . ,elf , . .1 Vai - ' 1 if 1753-Q 4 - +, ' ' w:f,f ' . , 15? si V339 i 1 S4 ii .5 li is Q 'I' ., in Q 'if tg. ' 'fix' 5 X . Y. 9 x as 2-A :ex "ae Y' 'A , 'fi lil "sv '5r'.', RONALD DELL JOHNSTON College "Ron" . . . Participated in Tennis . . . His likes include skiing, sailboat- ing and girls . . . Dislikes some teach- ers and homework . . . His hobbies are swimming and cameras . . . Am- bition-a future in the United States Navy. PIETER JELLE JOOSSE College "Pete" . . . Our friendly Foreign Exchange Student from Holland . . . Participated in Student Council . . . Likes everything, but especially Amer- ican "girls" . . . Dislikes pizza . . . He lists sailing and reading as his hobbies . . . Ambition-Psychologist. RICHARD FRANK KARDIAN College "Dick" . . . Participated in the Band and Varsity Football . . . Likes a certain girl and airplanes . . . Dis- likes homework . . . Dick is part own- er of an airplane and his ambition, of course, aviator. LAWRENCE WILLIAM KEITH College "Larry" . . . Enjoys being a Junior leader in the 41-I Club . . . Likes all animals . . . Dislikes a self-centered person . . . Hobbies are hunting and fishing . . . Ambition-Mechanical Engineer. CHARLES College GARY LEE KEMPKER General "Butch" . . . Enjoys fishing and hunting . , . Participated in Basketball for two years . . . Likes football and basketball . . . Dislikes speech and English . . . Would like to become a truck driver or a barber. PATRICIA SUEANNE KETTLE College "Pat" . . . Active in F.T.A., Booster Club, Sub-Juniors, and Debate Club . . . Co-Editor of the Chronicle School Page . . . Jr. and Sr. Arbor girl . . . Likes baby blue and "fuzzy" sweaters . . . Dislikes being alone . . . Ambition-a business career. "Chuck" . . . KELLEY Likes food, sports, cars and girls . . . Dislikes work in gen- eral . . . Participated in cross-country and basketball. S 3"Z .I-.."1. ae. K. ,sf M, s , Q. E., :FQ 'iii "' Tffgssve . 2 f.':.x.?32' ' -a'M.o'Q2 . ,,, ,Q .3-17,-.es-.. Q -'15 tl"'Q'K' saga, 3 uw? . rd' J 2 we s E 55,18 g my ' ,' 4' 5, i A lil 2'4- Q'U? ' 1 1964 KATHLEEN KIMBLE College Sweet and popular "Kathy" . . . Most All round . . . Participated in Debate Club, F.T.A., School plays, National Honors Society, Homecom- ing court, junior Arbor girl, and much more . . . Foreign exchange student to Holland . . . Likes doing thinks . . . Ambition-teaching higher math. PAUL E. KING General "Paul" . . . Likes just plain having fun in any form, fishing, and cars . . . Dislikes all homework . . . Paul wants to be successful. BETTY JEAN KIRKS Commercial "Betty" . . . Participated in Y- Teens . . . Works at East Park School . . . Member of Junior Achievement ...Likes good music, books, and nice people . . . Dislikes conceitad people , . . Hobby is reading . . . Betty's ambition is to become a typist. Ye'-Q-' 4 ' : if ,Qi 'Q i get Y 3, rs ' W , 4 f,ff,.9.- ' 1-its '.,- ' ,:.. Q .66 ri-v 'E fl f , .5 E, ,X Qu W . . LINDA MAE KLINE General "Lindy" as she is called by her friends . . . Lists her likes as danc- ing and sewing . . . Dislikes conceited people . . . Collects dolls from foreign countries for a hobby . . . Would like to become a seamstress. DANIEL CARL KRUEGER College "Tall, dark 'n handsome" . . . "Thumb" was voted "Most congen- ial" . . . Participated in Football, Baseball, was Sophomore class presi- dent, Junior Commencement usher, and on Homecoming court . . . Likes girls, chasing, and good parties . . . Dislikes expensive dates . . . Ambi- tion - History professor. LORETTA JEAN KURBURSKI General "Retta" . . . Active in Y.F.C. and Spanish Club . . . Likes sports of all kinds, giving parties, Bert, skating, dancing, and collecting baby pictures of old friends . . . Dislikes stuck-up people . . . Ambition-beautician. SANDRA KURBURSKI General "Sandy" . . . Member of Y.F.C., Library Staff, F.A.A., and church acti- vities . . . Likes people, pizza, and a certain guy in the Navy . . . Ambi- tion-to serve God to the best of hat ability. l 1 VALARIAN FRANK KWOLEK K I General tg, "Larry" as known by his friends ' Ale enjoys hunting, fishing. and likes cars k 5151334 . . . Dislikes those awful Monday gffgifi mornings . . . Larry lists his hobby as left ' " , . girls only. , . R X AL NANCY RUTH LANGSTON College President of F.N,A., Vice-President of Racial Relations Club, member of Y-Teens, Spanish Club, Choir, All School Play, Intramural sports, and received M.H .... Likes music and being happy . . . Ambition-Registen ed Nurse. MARYELLEN LARSON General Called "Peanut" by her friends . . . Has participated in the senior class play , . . She likes music, dancing, and especially Carl . . . Her future ambition is to be a secretary. 4- i 3 r 32 4- da 2. Z A , , tn. , . r,r....M. sf e as-s 2 f . Sfesses, ...r few, ,, , .fc Q 4 me-., x X 1 t ,V-595-ii. M .W i P " ' 'F sf 's rc .. - , Auf' :- ff ' .Jia .3114 wygz A' 'g,LAg' 5. ' saizsif fr M s -e! 'c v R ' , , f is Seniors JAMES LEROY LEACH General Called "Jim" by his many friends . . . He participated in football in his tenth and eleventh grade years . . . He likes working on cars . . . Dislikes Monday mornings . . . His hobbies are hunting and fishing. WAYNE LEADMAN General Wayne participated in Cross-coun- try for three years and track for three years also . . . He likes good food, girls, sports, and money . . . BARBARA LYNN LUDERS College "Barb" participated in F.T.A., F.N.A., Booster Club President, Jun- ior and Senior Arbor girl, Prom pub- licity chairman, on Homecoming Com- mittee, in Student Council, Sub-jun- iors, and was a Canary . . . Likes having fun . , . Dislikes not being busy . . . Hobbies are art and music . . . Ambition - Registered nurse. LYNDA MARIE LUTZ General Called "Lin" by her friends . . . likes football games, basketball games, fest cars, people, and living . . . Swi.mming, hiking and traveling are ' ' 4' ' ,fdfffii r- having money. H Y ,SQ s 1. J it 5, t A A Q 4, , 1 f .s J -js' Agigwfs.. Dislikes show-offs, bad food, and not Y -I ik , se? ' L ALICE FAE LE FEAR General Alice participated in Y-Teens intramural volleyball tournaments . . . She likes having a good time.. . Dislikes conceited people , . , Her ambition is to become a nurse or a model. and her hobbies. RONALD FLOYD LYNN College "Ron" or "Preacher Lynn" . . . Par- ticipated in band two years, baseball three years, cross-country three years, Junior Commencement usher, and Junior Achievement . . . Works in stores and gas stations . . . Likes girls, cars, and fun . . . Dislikes low grad- ing teachen . . . Ambition-mechani- cal engineer. Q mt' ma gs: .t 1 Wie? mfgf " s.-12: se , . as a5,,g:. Ir'-s.. 126 Leis' 6133, 'Q use . Eg, 'X' . 'l id, Q 1" as + Y . P 'Zvi T tfgiy ,, -- . QM ,gush on .im ROBERT LOCKHART General "Bob" . . . Likes cars, basketball and football, country and westem re- cords . . . He dislikes school . . . Hobbies include hunting, playing gui- tars, and fishing . . . Ho is studying to become a draftsman. LAURA JEAN LONG College "Jean" . . . Our majorette for three years, in the band for three years, and belonged to Spanish Club, and Booster Club . . . Likes horseback riding, talking on the telephone, pizza, and guys . . . Dislikes conceited peo- ple and show-offs. MICHAEL E. MANGINO College "Wap" . . . Participated in band, Student Council Treasurer, Senior Class Treasurer, on Debate team, in Debate Club, Commencement usher . . . Likes Italian cooking and girls . . . Dislikes self-centered people... Ambition - Bio-chemist. BEVERLY JEAN MANGIONE Commercial "Beaver" . . . Participated in Span- ish Club, Y-Teens, Senior Play, and Dramatics . . . Attends beauty school . . . likes David . . . Dislikes waiting . . . Hobbies are dancing, and col- lecting unusual or different items . . . Ambition-Beautician or Secretary. 1 . -zf' 'SEZ' " .ss '- as - - ,a g ,wx ,nf iii . ,X IL. 2' if , ,Je will 5 x if . is wg' , ' K 25 . ifiiei 1964 DAVID ALLEN MARKS College "Dave" participated in Spanish Club and was on the Prom Committee . . . A member of Junior Achieve- ment . . . Likes parties, antique cars, and having e good time . . . His hob- bies are hunting and fishing . . . Am- bition-to be a success. CHARLES ROBERT MARTIN College Popular "Chuck" . . . President and V.P. of Student Council, Debate Cap- tain, President of Honor Society, in Senior Play, State Student Council officer, Junior commencement usher, Forensic winner, Homecoming court, and was our exchange student to Ger- many . . . Likes girls and good times BRENT MC CLAIN General Brent participated in gymnastics in the eleventh grade . . . He likes girls and plays basketball . . . His hobbies are horses and cars . . . His future ambition is to be a barber. f....f -, K us,-.Q-1 f f, JAMES M. Mc CLAIN 5' 'J " A, General X "Mickey" works at a pharmacy . . . ,Li Likes food, money, cars, and especially Q Noreen . . . Dislikes people that don't Gifts . 5 , 'Q if understand . . . His hobbies are hunt- 1 ing, fishing, and working on cars . . Ambition-to work on can. k.f WILLIAM JOHN MATI-IES General "Bill" participated in Student Coun- cil . . . Worlrs as a carpenter with his father . . . Likes pizza, girls, care, money, and having a good time . . . Dislikes snobbish people . . . Hobby- A 'Lf working on his car . . . Ambition-to be an auto-body man. . . . Hobby-Water skiing. ,ea . 'J 2 'lie' Q .LSL eff X ' 1 --'J V:-e " w ,f 4 ,ggi 133.-.-2 fe c 'si' X A I TAMARA College "Tomi JOE MATHEWS Joe" . . . Our Senior and JAMES MCCRAE Is called Earl participated in bas cuties . . . Hobby Ambition-to be a Sophomore Class Secretary, Co-Edi- tor of the Acom, Cheerleader, Secre- tary of Latin Club, Y-Teens, Debate Club, Oaklien Players, Band, Orches- tre, Booster Club, F.T.A., Student Council, Senior Arbor girl . . . Likes chocolate, sports, and driving Holds a part-time job. FONTELLA MAY MC CANN Commercial Called "Fon" by her friends . . . Worked on the library staff Likes almost everything, especially Arden . . . Dislikes homework . . . Her hobbies ars sewing, reading and knit- ting . . . Ambition-to be a secre- tary or stenographer. A Commercial " " by his friends . . . ke tball and worked in the school cafeteria . . . Lilres bas- ketball . . . Dislikes bad people and is basketball . . . recording star. ROBERT JAMES McCULLEN fjggl m P ' College ' 'NM "Bob" . . . Vice-President of Senior -. V and Sophomore class, Treasurer of , v Junior class, Treasurer of National f 1 Honor Society, Letter of Commenda- ,-', :fs ' tion for National Merit Scholarship Af 'A " test, Junior Commencement usher . . . ' W-5 Likes girls in general . . . Hobbies are uf K basketball and swimming . . . Ambi- 'fit' Q Q1 tion - Engineer. ,, DORA MAE McDANIEL General Dora likes hair styles, going to church, and a certain boy . . . She dislikes homework and English . . . Her ambition for the future is to be- come a nurse. f' 1 I 1 X. - 1 ' 'Q ' 1 Heil?-Q .f " , .' '9' It ' s f RUTH DELORES MILLER General "Ruthie" participated in intramural sports, choir, orchestra, Y-Teens, and Future Nurses . . . She plays the piano and sings with groups . . . Likes parties, chocolate, dancing, eat- ing and D.B .... Dislikes some people ...Ambition-professional musician or Registered Nurse. If-1-,1'f'lTY:6?. sf, 'many ,9 sl ' We wif 1 - H ' s 533 f J ,, V' 7225, -we-, fn , ses. .. , .Ag , 99? 'I - a , 3224113 Seniors JERRY EUGENE MclNTYRE General Jerry participated in Choraliers and works outside of school . . . Likes cars, work, and girls . . . Dislikes peo- ple without a sense of humor . . . His hobby is having fun . . . Ambi- tion-to be an automatic technician. THOMAS RICHARD MIESCH General "Tom" . . . Likes football, -hunting, and fishing . . . His dislikes speech class . . . His main ambition is to be a state trooper. SANDRA KAY MINZEY General "Sandy" . . . Participated in chorus and was a Junior Arbor Girl . . . She likes pizza, sports, and music . . . She dislikes conceited people. THOMAS CURTIS MOORE College "Snoops" . . . Participated in Span- ish Club, Student Council, Band, All School Play, and M.Y.F .... Likes pizza, hamburgers, and having a good time . . . Dislikes onions, and girls who wear their make-up too thick . . . Hobby is listening to records, hiking, and telling jokes . . . Ambition-teach- er. RONALD MORSE College Nick-named "The Spider" . . . Par- ticipated in Y.F.C., Hi-Y, Junior Achievement, all school plays, and basketball . . .' President of youth group at his Church . . . Likes sports, cars, and bowling . . . Wants to be an Electrical-Engineer. STEPHEN PAUL MORTENSON College Is called "Mort" by his friends . . . Participated in Spanish Club, jets, and Hi-Y, and was a Canary . . . Likes Tempests and parties . . . Dis- likes spinach and English . . . Hob- bies are cars and coins . . . Ambition -teaching. College GARY NORMAN College Quiet, nice best describe "Gary"... Active in baseball . . . Likes hunting, fishing and automobile racing . . . Dislikes sitting around. Working on his car is his main hobby. RONALD O'NEIL College "O'Nel" . . . Class Musician . . . Dance Band . . . Marching and Con- cert band . . . Guest Coronet Soloist with Shrine Band . . . Member of Roller Skating Club . . . Dislikes WTRU'S Music . . . Water sports and roller skating are his hobbies . . . Future occupation-Music teacher. . lied ' ,s .1 -aa?-IT V , ..t 1555533 A U' ei l ' 'Q' 533 1 -,,. , ' r - I EMANUAL NEARING Friendly, likeable "Gene" . . . par- ticipated in Reserve and Varsity Foot- ball and Basketball . . . Varsity Base. ball . . . Member of NAACP . . . Likes 12:00 . . . Dislikes woman drivers . . . Lists his hobby as model planes . . . Ambition-Baseball player. . Yiiibfillf' - KV - , ' Y Iffsiil S 13' e is f ,filet -me ,, w ig , ts. A 1-Q a 5551 ' . . . fi, 'it 1964 WAYNE OVERLY Friendly , . . Wayne participated in Band and Student Council . . . Mem- ber of Port City Divers Club . . . Likes driving, drawing and hunting . . . Dislikes bleached blondes with hair spray . . . Ambition-Diesel Me chanical Technician. as , if-.?3.,. N- si. H H ' ji? - General 931 'Q g,3,:g,v A 52:1--" - .. . Thi f1:'.f gg ' ke "'.- 1 :Z ET? ' 4 l5'5p' if Q , ,1..,,l. f f "V I-,4 5352 LINDA OWEN College "Linda Jo" . . . Active in Y.F.C., Future Nurses, Band, Plays, Orches- tra, Student Council, J.C.L. and Na- tional Honor Society . . . Teaches Sunday School . . . likes music . . . Dislikes nothing . . . Collects all kinds of things . . . Ambition-Pediatrician. THOMAS PEDLER College "Tom" . . . Participated ln Band and Baseball . . . Holds a part-time job . . . Dislikes spinach . . . Base- ball is his main hobby . . . Undecid- ed about his future occupation. JIM PETERSON College Friendly, smiling "Pete" . . . Junior Commencement Usher . . . Works at D li C Stores . . . Is considering en- gineering as a future occupation. MIKE PALIATSOS College "Greek" . . . Our drum maior for two years . . . Band for three years . . . Junior Commencement Usher . . . Tennis and Varsity Basketball . . . Likes Marilyn and soft music in a dark room and . . . Dislikes Mac-Dom ald's Han-iburgs . . . Ambition-To SANDRA PETERSON College Smiling, popular "Korkye" . . . Secretary of Student Council, Cheer- leader, Homecoming Court, F.T.A., Tigerette, Band, Sub-Juniors Presi- dent, Flower Drum Song, and many more . . . Likes people and having e good time . . . Never met a person she didn't like . . . Ambition-Ele- graduate from college. 15,5 ,gf W3 . S. .rj . SHARON PARKER Commercial A quieter member of our Senior Class was Sharon . . . She likes music, dancing, and Tom . . . With no dis- likes that she can think of . . . Sharon waits to become a bookkeeper. BRENDA PEARSON Genera! "Miss Wonderful" . . , Active in Y- teens and Intramural basketball and volleyball . . . N.A.A.C.P. member Likes clothes, cars, skating, dancing, and having a mellow time . . . Hobby is concentrating on guys . . . Ambi- tion - Stenographer. DANIEL PICKETT General "Dan" was a quieter member of our Senior Class . . . Likes working on cars . . . Dislikes smart people . . . Main hobby is working on guns . . . Ambition is to become a Tool and Die maker. DONALD PIMPLETON General "Don" . . . Member of church choir . . . Likes girls, cards, and money... Enjoys auto mechanics and hopes to be a service station proprietor in the future. mentary teacher. we 4 H K! ef in ,327 ,V 1 isi-1ff,',f'r"s in 1 .,. . .N , , Qi, V I3 ., -Q ,K -, - .PQ """?. ' ,A . .rf .4 Fir 3" -. E ff .gf 3 Q H X f Seniors JOHN PLICTA General Sometimes known as "Plic" . . . He was very active in working on scenery for the school plays . . . Likes cars, girls and guitars . . . Dislikes girls who smoke . . . Enjoys drawing and painting . . . Hopes to come a com- mercial artist. CHARLES ALLEN RAYMOND College "Most likely to succeed" . . . very active in Thespians, Debate Club, French Club, Biology Club, Cross Country, Gymnastics, Jr. Class Presi- dent, National Honor Society, School Musicians, J.A., and Science Seminar . . . likes French food and French girls . . . Ambition-Architectural En- gineer. VALERIE RILEY General "Vail" for short . . . Active in band, Y-teens, and Spanish Club . . . Church choir and N.A.A.C.P .... Likes singing, dancing, and a certain guy . . . Dislikes stuck up people... Hobby is singing . . . Plans to be a :QV , 4 ' .Mf r 1, . J e q Mxcnmsx. Pol-xoLsK1 -'Q -v ' College , . -,gf-in "Polock" . . . Active in Football.. . ' i Likes good food and excitement . . . Dislikes people who don't know what L they're talking about . . . Is undecided ,II 4 about his future occupation. t, vi CAROLYN PORTER College Nice, friendly "Cookie" . . . Par- ticipated in Y.F,C. Y-teens, Future Teachers, and Intermurel Volleyball , . . Enjoys knitting . . . Works at Michigan Catalog Printers . . . Likes Jerry and ice skating . . . Dislikes conceited people . . . Ambition-To be happy. nurse. 'il-asf! " .tk "RES wi' '-555,-35131 X' f J'-5 4 4 as k.-vi fe.-fi 5 "q'H"t . 4 .. 8,1 ' IQEQQV. t rx. "' '3'K2g. -,, . ,iw 1 N . , 'K fr .. , if t ge , , A " b E 5 .fig ve :Ei 4 E it ti K Q 'Y' . 255613325-' a if es: -1 '- sic. ie, f- ' Qistlffb tw sf- V" i' 'haw .P egg: GROVER ROBXNSON General "Dale" as he is called by his friends . . . Participated in student council and choir . . . Likes girls that have good personalities . . . Dislikes hard work and getting up early . . . Would like to join the Air Force. .. ,451-,,,a,,:y.g,m?gln 5, 'Zigi ':.:'t"5a-111 't:..jfE':1?,M NANCY PUFFER MARY ROBINSON General Commercial Friendly "Nano" . . . Enjoys spend- "Sug" is her nick-name . . . Par- ing money . . . Works at Sandie Bit- -O-Beauty . . . Likes Rick and horse- back riding . . . Dislikes homework, snobby people and staying home . . . Ambition-Cosmetologist and house wife. EDWARD J. PUISIS . 'f General ,N "Ed" . . . Won awards in 10th and Seiji llth grade mechanical drawing class 63's 323 -.. Q Q' . .gg - 75' . 2? at , P, 1 " is . ,Q gi es . . . Enjoys working on cars, hunt- ing and fishing . . . Dislikes people that lmow everything . . . Ambition- auto mechanic or draftsman. ticipnted in Intermural spans . , . Likes jazzy music, and taking trips . . . Dislikes prejudiced people . . . Hobby is creative cooking . . . Would like to become a teacher. MICHAEL ROBXNSON General "'Mike" . . , Likes going tb the drag- strip, working on cars, and a certain girl . , . Dislikes staying home . . . Hobbies are hunting. driving, and working on fast cars . . . Wants to be an auto or diesel mechanic. CALMAREE SANDERS General 1964 ROBERTA ROOT General "Benn" as known by her friends . . . Participated in Chorus, Student Council, and active on the Library Staff . , . Would like to be a beau- tician . . . Likes sharp cars, and peo- ple who are fun to be with . . . Hobby is bowling. SAMUEL ROSS College His friends refer to him as "Sam- son" . . . Active in Future Nurses. Hi-Y, Varsity Football Manager and A Capella Choir . . . Future occupa- tion-Male Nurse . . . Likes singing . . . Dislikes unshined shoes and gos- sip . . . Hobbies are drawing and collecting stamps. Her friends call her Carol . . . tive in Y-teens, and Intramural Sports . . , Would like to become a Beautie- ian . . . Likes eating, roller skating and a very special boy . . . Dislikes conceited people . . . Hobby is col- lecting records. 23 vghfff-fi!-' ' a. NSW . 4 we ,l t .4 'rj , , 1 ,sagem-. . ,-.., 1 , . Wg "'f :s-7- is . easier:- 1. , -er-111, 2 . 1 , .4 is s . MICHAEL SARADE General Participated in Basketball for one year . . . Active in Civil Air Patrol . . . Would like to join the Air Force in the future . . . Likes nice people and dating . . . Dislikes im- mature people . . . Hobby is building model cars. CLAUDE SARGENT General There's a gleam of mischief in his bright brown eyes . . . That's Claude . . . List his likes as Math, girls, cars, Basketball, and eating . . . His hobby is fishing . . . Dislikes History. LINDA SCHMIDT College "Schmitty" as she is known by all her friends . . . Participated in Booster Club, Sub-Juniors, and Band . . . Would like to be an Elementary teacher in the future . . . Likes Band practices, long trips and traveling . . . Dislikes to argue. GERALD SCOTT College Known to his friends as "jerry" Active in Dance Band, School Play, and Sr. Student Council, Homecoming, jr. and Sr. Prom, Band, Tumbling Team, Thespians and Oaklians . . . Likes girls, music, and happy people . . . His hobbies are skiing and camping. Sifgtgirit '. 1 I 51231, Rfrfgf, s W XS M -MSI Q e t ,,..t 19 3 Y it 4 A x x r s ff u 1'-1 4 :ri i f . :rx - 'fi 5: A JOHN scori- , General Y I-' I V Ifff Known to his friends as "Scottie" .- - . . . Participated in Football, Basket- dgi -' hall, Track, and Hi-Y . . . Works at .' 5 53' a local car wash , . . Likes nice girls S ,uefvi and roller skating . . . Dislikes rowdy i t. ' 'V people . . . Wants to be a success. I ROGER SCOTT General Nick-named "Facts" . . . Partici- -5:30 . f pated in Spanish Club, and Hi-Y . . . Likes a good time and a certain girl . , . Lists his dislike as mustard . . . Would like to become an elec- trical engineer in the future. CHARLES SCRIBNER College Known to his friends as "Scrib" . . . Was a junior-usher . . . Works at local super market . . . Likes most females . . . Hobbies are hunting, fishing, and water sports . . . Would like to join the Air Force in the fu- ture. 2 X . . M, 4 t, if-'Xi A . , . j. .- ' 5? ' fag , 'H Q31 T31 3 'W fiiif' ' v Z yy r. , ,., iE.:,2 . F' ' -. ,gif 42 t ., - ' Fi .2-3, V ' - , ,,:. tg .,,. - 5, g Ks. N... . -. .a 5255 Q- ff'i,3?,i Hz. fi .j '11 . 'gala ss: is 2 if H " - V r . , ifiiii ' . u" -Mile 5 .1- I lf Q ,.. 'ur'-e ' C A to Seniors DANIEL SENF College "Sniffer" as he is called by his friends . . . Active in gymnastics . . . Worked as life guard . . . Likes chem- icals, girls, and swimming . . . Dis- likes homework and showoffs . . . Hobby is diving . . . Future occupa- tion is a chemical engineer. SANDRA SHEPERD College "Sandy" as she is known by her friends . . . Participated in Student Council and was a Junior and Senior Arbor girl . . . Future occupation is to be a secretary . . . List her likes as dances, boys, money, and more boys . . . Hobby is going to drive-in's. ,-Q? KENNETH DALE SHERBURN College gf, .. 'f "Sherb" . . . Liked by all . . . Par. A tiff- ticipated in Band and Tennis . . . " i Junior Commencement Usher . . . ,igfsifv Sb- Likes Joyce, sports, and reading . . . 'f' 'A' Dislikes doing nothing . . . Works at ' a local food market . . . Ambition- 'J teacher. ' -' MSS' . 'ie F5 ,.. are -1 e A 5 sv' ,Q "mink 1 ggssgia t '- .cl " . 'J lrtiielt L 'Y . Y 2 . Q. , x - I A GAIL ARLENE SHERWOOD Commercial "Pretty and sparkling" . . . Partici- pated in Sub-Juniors, Future Nurses, and was a Tigerette . . . Likes dances, horseback riding, and boys . . . Dis- likes studying and not having fun . . . Ambition - dental assistant. JAMES R. SI-IERWOOD College Known as "Sher" to his friends . . . Treasurer of the class in his sopho- more year . . . Works at Mills Ice Cream Company . . . Likes warm weather and weekends . . . Hobbies include fishing and bowling . . . Sher is undecided about his future occupa- tion. BERNICE SMITH General Known to her friends as "Bern" . . . Participated in Chorus and In- tramural Sports . . . Likes nice clothes and records . . . Dislikes rowdy people . . . Ambition-Registered Nurse. BETTY J. SMITH General "Bett's" . . . Our popular Class Cut-up . . . Participated in Debate Club, Flower Drum Song, and Booster Club . . . Likes Scrubby . Dis- likes unfriendly people and home- work . . . Ambition-dental assistant. DOROTHY JEAN SMITH General "Dorothy" . . . participated Teens, Library Staff, and the Style Show . . . She's secretary of her church . . . Likes nice clothes, travel- ing, and records . . . Dislikes people who gossip . . . Ambition-secretary. in Y- GERALDINE LOUISE SMITH Commercial "Geri" . . . Sweet and friendly . . . Likes boys and to make people happy . . . Dislikes reckless drivers and showoffs . . . Ambition-office work- er. JOANN SMITH General Quiet but sweet . . , Joann took part in Y-Teens . . . She likes to have a good time and boys . . . Dislikes conceited boys . . . Her hobbies in- clude cooking and sewing. 5251?-j' , 4' ef'-fy 1964 SUSAN MARIE SMITH Commercial "Sue" . . . Took part in Y-Teens. Concert Choir, Girl's Chorus, Senior Play, president of Future Account- ants, School Musicals, and Junior Achievement . . . Sings in church choir . . . Likes everything and every- one . . . Ambition -C. P. Accountant. ANGELA SOTTOVIA General "Angel" . . . Participated in Student Council, Style Show, School Musicals, and was in the Senior play . . . Likes parties, sports cars, and Allen . . . Dislikes people who think they're too good to talk to you . . . Ambition- LINDA KAY STOCKLI Commercial "Sugar 'n Spice 'n Everything Nice" . . . "Lin" played in the Orchestra for three years . . . Likes horses and crafts . . . Dislikes homework . . . Ambition-office worker or bookkeep- er. NANCY LEE STOUT Commercial "Nancy" . . . sweet and well-liked . . . Works in the employment office . . . Likes pizza and Mike . . . Dis- likes show-offs . . . Ambition-secre- tary. 1 , ya 6 , 'lx JAMES L. SOTTOVIA College "Stove" . . . Took School Plays, Senior Play, Hi-Y, Biol- ogy Club, and Latin Club . . . Has several jobs , . . Boys Club leader . . . Likes pizza and Southern girls . . . Dislikes not being able to attend football games . . . Ambition-chem- istry field. part in All Colle e practical nurse. BRENN DIANE SPRECKEN B "Full of Fun" . . . President of .". sos- . . fm . .,. lf, ' -Q , , 4 r-ui-, cZg.j,g 1 's 4' ' . i ', . . nfs - A 53423 3,-5 Z.-r : V ' ww- + ' s a' .. 2 JUDITH SUMNER Commercial "Judy", as she is known by her CAROLYN ANN STROI-IM College "Sweet and petite" . . . Carolyn was voted "Most Bashful" . , . She had the honor of being a jr, and Sr. Arbor Girl . . . Likes all sports, knitting, and T.V .... Future oc- cupation-math teacher. Spanish Club: F.T.A., Debate Club, all school musicals, choir, Chronicle Editor, and National Thespians . . . Likes friendly people, horses, and parties . . . Dislikes moody people . . . Voted our Class "Artist" . . . Ambition - teacher. JOE HAROLD STERNBURGH College Good looking "Stem" . . . Senior Class President . . . Participated in Band, Dance Band, Student Council and the Golf Team . . . Likes swing- ing parties and late hours . . . Dis- likes unfriendly, loud people . . . Ambition - dentist. friends . . . She likes having fun . . . Dislikes conceited people . . . Her hobbies include oil painting . . . Wants to go into office work for her future occupation. DIANE SUSTERICH College Nick-named "Dee Dee-Kricket' Participated in Future Nurses, Oak- lians, Spanish Club, and Latin Club . . . Likes Hess Lake, having fun, and getting good marks . . . Hobbies are dancing, and roller skating . . . Would like to become a nurse. ,ga f t Sen KEN SWANSON College Ken . . . Participated in Spanish Club. All School Play, and worked on the Senior Class Play . . . Likes pizza, cars, and water skiing . . . Dis- likes show-offs, English, and math . . . Hobbies arelhunting and fishing . . . Would like to retire at twenty- five. ROBERT TAYLOR General "Bob" as he is known by his friends . . . Participated in Reserve and Var- sity football team . . . Likes are listed as girls, pizza, cars, and money . . . Dislikes conceited people . . . His hobby is hunting . . . Would like to be a Physical Education teacher. iors PAUL THOMAS General Paul participated in Football in his Junior year . . . Likes a good meal . . . Paul especially dislikes home- work . . . He lists his hobbies as hunt- ing and fishing. JANICE THORSTENSON General "Jan" . . . Participated in Student Council, Choir, All School Plays and Choraliers . . . Works at a local cata- log company . . . Likes dancing, art, and parties . . . Dislikes pizza . . . Jan hopes to become a singer of a commercial artist. X 9 I s K ir? f ' 'L' -Eiifsvg r.. r 4 College General MARILYN TEMPLE College Marilyn . . . Active in Band . . . Likes dancing, skating, and most of all-Mike . . . Dislikes conceited peof ple and having nothing to do . . . Her hobbies are reading, and being with other people . . . Plans to be an ele- mentary teacher. PATRICIA TERPSTRA MILTON TRAVIS LESSIE TOWNSEL College Lessie had the honor of being a junior Arbor girl . . . She holds a pert-time job outside of school . . . She likes singing, cooking, and sew- ing . . . Her hobby is reading . . . She wants to work in an office in the future. Known as "Pat" by her friends . . . Member of Y-Teens, F.T.A. Historian, Orchestra, Spanish Club, and Oak- lian Players . . . works as part time secretary . . . Likes fun and music . . . Lists hobbies as horseback ride ing, swimming, and practicing her vio- lin . . . Intends to be an elementary teacher. JACK TERREL College JSCIK, likes everything but conceited people . . . Participated in Band, Orchestra, Dance Band, Art Club, Latin Club, Student Council, and was president of the Hi-Y . . . Ambition. Dental Surgeon. "Milt" is his nick name . . . He participated in Hi-Y and was on the Reserve Football team . . . Milt wants to be well educated some day . . . He likes good music, girls, and history . . . His hobbies include swimming, basketball, and pool. RONALD TURNER General "Fon" as he is known by his many friends . . . Participated in Reserve and Varsity Football . . . Likes almost everything . . . Dislikes gravy . . . Chooses the Navy for his future oc- cupation. JOHNNIE VINES College Nickname is "Mack" . ipated in Cross-country, Football, Track, Concert 1964 JOSEPH VANDERSTELT General Joe's a quiet fellow, quita true. But he's a real fellow, let me tell you . . . Joe likes ice-cream . . . He disliked people who aren't friendly . . . His hobby is sports . . . Joe hopes to be on the city baseball team. LULA VAUGI-IN General "fini" is her nice-name . . . Par- ticipated in Student Council and girl's Intramural Sports , . . Is a member of N.A.A.C.P .... Likes portable hair dryers and John Lewis . . . She dis- likes snobby people . . . Plans to ba- come a nurse or social worker. . . Partic- Basketball, Choir, All- WILLIAM WALKER College "Bill" as known by his many frisnds . . . Eamed his varsity letter in Foot- ball, Basketball, and Track . . . likes sports, dancing, records, and girls . . . Dislikes non-confonnity . . . Plans to become an engineer in the future. JUDY WAY General Judy worked on make-up for the Senior Class play . . . Her future oc- cupation is to be a beautician . . . She lists her likes as having fun and week-ends . . . Dislikes people who try to be something that they aren't. General College school Play, Hi-Y . . . Future occupa- tion is to be an architectural design- er . . , Lists his likes as cars, fancy clothes, and girls . . . Hobbies are drawing and making fumiture. UVERLENE VINES ROGER WILLIAM WERLY GERALD LEE WEAVER General "Weasel" . . . Managed our foot- ball, basketball, and baseball teams while at Heights . . . Likes include liv- ing, and model cars . . . Dislikes school. Uverlene participated in Future Nurses Club, and the Library Staff . . . She dislikes s large crowd . . . Her hobby is reading books . . . Her plan for the future is becoming a Registered Nurse. JUDY warm College Homecoming Queen . . . Partici- pated in Debate Club . . . Thespians, Choraliers, Choir, All school plays, and Cheerleading . . . "Best Actor" . . . Active in church choir and Sub- Juniors outside of school . . . Her hobbies are water skiing and dancing and playing the piano. "Whirl" . . . Participated in Biology Club . . . Works at Haspers . . . Likes girls, pizza, hunting, and cars . . . Dislikes conceited people and Eng- lish . . . Ambition-to retire at thirty- five. RICHARD C. WERNER General "Dick" . . . Likes bowling, sports, and swimming . . . Dislikes school . . . Future occupation is to be a mechanic. Seniors CHARLES S. WI-IITLOW General "Chuck" . . . Active in Football, Basketball, Track, and flirting . . . Voted "Class Flirt" . . . Likes a win- ning team and hunting . . . Dislikes kids without school spirit . . . Future occupation - road construction. . .-',s' 5f'li573,3li'ffi7 , ,. -,,,3-gg ,, JERRY M. WILLIAMS College . we: ' "Mel" . . . Participated in reserve football . . . Likes pizza, money, girls, and sports . . . Dislikes hard work . . . Future occupation-draftr man. N '3 A 5 'H Q x A' 4 st .. is pee .- - f. ,W , ,. . s 5. x Q i ,a SHIRLEY ANN WILLIAMS General "Shirl" , . , Participated in Y-Teens and Intermural sports . . . Likes boys and good times . . . Dislikes sophisti- cated people . . . Future occupation- Beauty operator. YVONNE WILLIAMS General "Polly" . . . Active in Y-Teens, clothing, and style shows . . . Likes boys, clothes, roller skating, and cars . . . Dislikes nosey people and gos- sips . . . Future occupation-nurse. NANCY ELAINE WILLIS Commercial Sweet and friendly "Nan" . . . I-'.A.A. officer, Booster Club, Sr. Play, and Library Staffd . . . Eamed M.H,I-I.S. Letter . . . Likes pizza, people, and having fun . . . Dislikes unfriendly people . . . Ambition-of- iice worker. EARLENE LENORA WINFREE Commercial - "Winfree" . . . Active in Future Nurses Club, Chorus, Y-Teens, Stu- dent Council, and Race Relations . . . Likes Chuck, T.V., eating . . . Sings in her church choir . . . N.A.A.C.P. . . . Ambition-secretary. SANDRA KAY WOOD Commercial Sweet and petite "Sandy" . . . Ac- tive in Future Accountants and Y.F.C. . . . She had the honor of being a Jr. and Sr. Arbor Girl . . . Likes be- ingl happy and howling . . . Dislikes conceited people . . . Ambition-ac- countant. PI-IILLIP J. YOKUBONUS General Known to his friends at "Bute . . . He lists his likes as girls, working on cars, and money . . . Dislikes school and being broke . . . Future occupa- tion - mechanic. CHARLES GRANT YOUNG General "A man among men, but mostly Hmong women" . . . "Mr. Coffee" was active in Choir and Varsity Basket- ball . . . Likes to make the must money with the least effort . . . Dis- likes people who think they are in. fallible . . . Ambition-barber. HAROLD DOUGLAS WRIGHT College Popular "Douglas" . . . Participated in Basketball, Baseball, Plays in a small combo cords, sports, and eatin likes radicals and snobs . . tion - education. 2 hu A , A and Hi-Y . . . . . . Likes re- g...Dis- . Ambie 'Y -ta 1 'f f ,e a 3 ms, 3:5 .Q v' , ,-.it - e ff: Q-.:Se2,',1. sw , i" f NEB 35551, TP.. . jfgii f 32,155 , 5 V - sfff, ' A 5 i gg 1 , 1964 JANEANN ZUIDEMA College "Janie" with her sparkling person-- ality . . . Voted "Most Congenial"... Participated in Sr. Play, F.T.A. of- ficer, Band, Orchestra, Choir, and Sub-Juniors . . . Jr. Arbor Girl . . . Active in church youth group . . Ambition - elementary teacher. RICHARD DENNIS CECOT College "Rip" . . . Participated in Cross country, Track, and was a junior Commencement Usher . . . He likes girls, money, and math . . . Dislikes physics, English, and conceited people BILLIE JOY BATTLE Commercial "Smiling Joy" participated in F.A.A., Intramural Sports and the Girls Glee Club . . . Likes boys, danc- ing, eating and people who like to laugh . . . Dislikes boys that are un- happy and boring jokes . . . Ambition -Beautician. CALREAN MOORE General "Rean" participated in Y-Teens, in- tramural basketball, baseball, and volleyball . . . Likes dancing, bowl- ing, skating, having a good time, and certain guy named PEE WEE . , . Junior year, gymnastics if F J E i- . ff.. ,X wi g . X V . 4 , 5' -Q. hobbies are GEORGE T. CZARNEY General "Yutz" . . . Walks up and down halls and looks at pretty girls . . . Goes to dances and trys to dance . . . Likes girls, pinball machines . . . Diss likes people who think they are bet- ter than everyone else...Hobbies are cars, fishing, and hunting . . . Hopes to be an automotive engineer, xt .. t , . . Has a part-time job . . . His tennis and basketball. YL in A 5 gin 'Ek' at ,Jw 1 . A t X ' slvrfsisf A sez :J - , aiflf? E' .--' ' 'S 5" his W ie? ig: ' ' Av, , .xt : e ,W 4 1 R531 ff' W,Q55.'g , t' ' 'willy ,,.' f io is NORMAN LEROY EBARE f College Called "Pahoo-Schmock" by his . Participated in c r o s s Dislikes sophisticated people . . . Hobby is sewing . . . Ambition- seamstress. L fi ' -as Q DON JACKSON General "Flash" . . . Participated in basket- ball and received his letter in football . . . Likes girls, music, money, clothes, and cars . . . Works at a local drug store . . . Would like to be a million- aire. team in Junior and Senior year, track in his Sophomore year . . . Likes friends . . country in l .Xl 9 working on care, the Back Door, girls and outdoors . . . Dislikes getting up in the morning . . . Hobby is model cars . . . Ambition NINA FAYE FERGERSON Commercial "Faye" . . . in Y-teens, Concert Choir, Future Nurses for three years, Intermural Softball, referee of Inter- mural Vollyball . . . likes dancing, roller skating, and a "certain boy" . . . dislikes conceited people . . . hobby: dancing . . . ambition: executive sec- retary. TERRIE MAE ALLEN General "Her mind is like a sundial, it re- cords only pleesentnessn . . . Terri en- joys parties, basketball, sewing, sing- ing. church, and being friendly . . . Dislikes dances, skating, and night clubs . . . Would like to become a nurse's aid. ROBERT BATES Genaral "Bob" . . . Has a line personality and attitude towards people . . . Many friends . . . Participated in Gymnastics and Band . . . Future occupation is undecided. BETTY BALDWIN Commercial "Betty" . . . "A good disposition is more valuable than gold" . . . She would like to be a secretary for her future occupation, LESTER BASCH General His many friends call him "Les" . . . Likes all sports, football and hockey in particular . . . Main dislike is homework . . . Hobbies are hunting and fishing . . . Ambition - Conserva- tion Officer. LEONARD R. BRAUER General "Len" as he is called by his friends . . . Enjoys cycle-riding and working on cars in his spare time . . . Dis- likes school . . . Hopes to become an automotive engineer. 46 Seniors or N0 PHOTO AVAILABLE 'E I A lb R I ' 5 Yf Q. lg.. B 9 . r EASTER BURKS Commercial "Bunny's" hobbies include sewing, fishing, and sports . . . She hopes to become a secretary after graduating. CHARLES COLEMAN General Participated in football . . . Likes money, girls, and money . . . Dislikes no money and no girls . . . His hobby is music . . . Ambition is to he a play- er. HERBERT HARVEY General "Herbie" . . . Participated in loot- ball for three years and reserve bas- ketball . . . Works at a local super- market . . . Likes football, money, clothes, money, records, and money . . . Dislikes having no money . . . En- joys listening to progressive jazz . . . Wants to be a disc jockey. DALE EARL HOUGH General "Dale" . . . Would like to become 1 an officer in the Marines . . . Likes 1 girls and sports . . . Dislikes snobbish l people . . . Hobby is building model airplanes. N l DENNIS FRENCH l General 3 "Denny" as he is called by his friends . . . likes girls, basketball, girls and cars . . . Ha lists his dis- likes as school, and nosey teachers ...His future occupation is to be a printer. MILTON GLENN General His friends call him "Milt" . . . Participated in Hi-Y and Chorus . . . Lists his likes as being grls, clothes, and good records . . . Dislikes some teachers and conceited people . . . His future occupation is to become an office worker. GENE RAYMOND GREENWOOD General "Gene" . . . Worked on Senior plays in his Sophomore and Senior year . . . Ha lists his hobby as photogra- phy , . . Would like to be an ac- COLl'l'lfRllt. EDNA MARCIA JONES General "Edna" . . . Participated in Intra- mural softball, basketball, and volley- ball . . . Likes boat riding and boys . . . Dislikes people who are stuck on them themselves . . . Ambition-To be a Registered Nurse. FRANCIS E. KOBER General "Bosch" . . . Member of tha- Y.M.C.A .... Enjoys hunting and fishing . . . Dislikes English . . . Hob- by is collecting old guns . . . Ambi- tion-to work. FRANK MITCHELL, JR. College "Butchie" . . . Participated in foot- ball and track . . . Outside of school participates in sports and does jobs .. .likes sports, music, eating, and a special girl . . . Dislikes inconsider- ate people . . . Hobby is reading whenever possible and sports . . . Ambition-business field or Physical Education. 1964 B 'J 3 . Y., Vaqfgf LV MERLIN D. McPI-IERSON - General Merlin works at a factory . . . Likes pizza, parties, and especially one cer- tain girl . . . Dislikes a "SIS" Stude- baker . . . His hobbies are hunting and trout fishing . . . Ambition-to be a draftsman. PERCY LEE RAINEY General "Buster" . . . Participated in Track . . . Likes cars . . . His dislikes are girls, English, and people with big mouths , . . His hobby is eating . . . Plans to join the Air Force when he graduates. ALMA RICHARDS General Active in girls Intramural sports and Y-Teens . . . Would like to make something of herself in the future . . . Likes music and adventure . . . Dis- likes "thugs" and conceited people . . . Hobby is collecting music albums, CLINT SCOUTEN College "Clint" . . . Lists his dislike as stuckfup girls . . . His hobbies are hunting and most sports. BARBARA STEVENS General "Barb" . , , Worked on Senior Class Play . . . Likes Dale and having a good time . . . Dislikes people who think they are something they're not , , . Ambition-to stay happy. 47 S SHIRLEY THOMPSON General "Shelly" is what her friends call her V . . She likes sewing . . , Her dislike is conceited people . . . Shelly's I future occupation is to become n nurse. DANIEL TUDOR College His many friends call him "Dan" He is employed at a bicycle shop ' h . . . He lists his likes as being wit people and having fun . , . Dislikes being broke and stuck-up girls . . . He spends his extra time working on cars. MELVIN VEAL General "C " as called by his friends . . . UV Lists his likes as girls and money . . . Dislikes dogs and cats . . . Hob- bies sre hunting and fishing . . . 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H uid the be ost f emost St." ' Gels S Q B the . . 0 ailey 9'What is time? - The shadow on the dial, the striking of the clock, the running of the sand, day and 1 , night, summer and winter, months, Q - years, centuries -- these are but the S f e. 'mn arbitrary and outward signs - the ' -fini imeasure of time, not timeuitself. is Time is the life of t e soul. K , Qt - i K0 ay -ff . -Longfellow S6 01 ,i ..,. 6, - qx x7 .J W i 2 r . ...r 1 KVALQWNZ I ' ' - 1,- ' ' Qi,-1.9 Seniors Seniors Seniors 04539 ROBER PORTER 2' 51561983 CAROLYN 9 5 T Loc 4? Q 'rx-xoxvms PEDLER oo KHART V Z Q0 9 G 'V Q '11 Sl' COT S? 5 u 'V' 4, 5 ct Q0 xx xv A gi- 0 v gasp 3- Y? 5' 6' 64.5 'Ya er-99 04' gr-YD 0 -1. s- M -1 '50 D 6 YAC YS' 0 59 -1: Q, 4, ON ev- MICHAEL qx Q52 u x, 41.13 fe P1 5 5? Q 5 'fb ,Ae 69 6:50 c .x-GQ 3 5 c: m o o Ei so 1. 7" o .fi up Gee? 5 3 S714 CN Q' gig 'Eg Q Q1 QQXD Q if of oo 'fly yi P3 co 2 43:6 G4 J. 59,51 NNIE RUTH A H 5 5390 Q-yi' EASTER BURKS 45,3 A.-,Q NGEI-L'7 L 'UQ 1' 0 '35, 0-ef JN R10 70 Q E 47' 1? Q O '1' 4 626' J Give 90461 4190 0 W '21, 45,6 Q 5- ' N E Cb? 600 'QQ' 6.59 JUDY ANN 6' EQNE ,gf 4 tg' .IOQNNIE 6' QQ BREWS-1-ER O: -1 Saw-ai saga -1 Q? RON v C ,Moll Y,-1-H ,Bu Je, ALD MORSQES Q' QE. LQNAQ ow pa Q O NQXTVON 9q.'v4 'ev 0 Tp? ,XEYAS ,Q C146 gb Estzgc SANDRA BELL 45 O5 'Q QNE ,Nw iq, 4 QQ H585 Q X35 N O tw A C 0 WO ug U 0:70 'Qi-16 00+ 604' 0 fe-N 'QA 9 9 Ag go 'mo 06, O E. 1-1ousLER c 451 A918 -ev .5 35m0'1 S 9 49 4 9 42-4, ""4Qg- 'fb VIRGINIA AMMONIMO 5 Us 4 KATI-IR I4 Q, V' O Q A 42' 'S' YN1. 9' fo 0' .f '27 o OUISE C 45' 'LQ '75 950 o Q 5' 9 x fb HVALA Swv 6' 46 ep +0 3, 41 51 Q vga Q 4' "Za 5 e v A o vb if 14 e 'Q 4, 9 v SO We Q ,wwe 'ee we 0, 5 fs 2 O Q. Nl ql ff' LY B G N 0 F 6942, x O 56' RA 4' L5 vy C9 F' 4 W 'P 52, 53 'IQ-S 'Le N 'VE o sg 'z' E MBA Sr 'P 'VOA- e Q e 47 Eva 'fl cv 5 0 if z Q5 'Vs ,594 'W Q 491 Y? 5 9 gf E .Nc 9595 XY, YV. EE 4? Q? Q Q 1 :Q 5 'Q' G? 'Do E 5 5 if -1 QL 'km O S? l"' m V1 J: U3 9 3' 5' as 'fi- oe' snN0'3f1Y0 P- S IS 4- 'A A: cgq' fixxovhve Cosxmxucv ELAKNE Wm' 'typ 903' wx 0 ov- 5 cr-Rox. ECKER Q CHAR'-Es E355 Q' 9- R Y pa 'A '13 1907, UDOR 'L Agqax-LEN LA S9646 9 9429 av '90 46 5942 GERAL 'FY' Is 5' Se ' 62 4- 0 '23, DIME Eva 7110 J CIP v' 9 J R1-Y Ps OSEPQ BME if Q00 SCKSON 175 JEAN V4 'Q Q JZ, Qs PIX 43, MANQI 00 NONE E19 Q- Dx, W -S' O14 'YY' egg: ve 'Pow ONE '51 'SQL SQL? 4? AY WM bs 'NYJ 'Qt "fo he Q5 uRBUR5Kx 69 9009 di Q0 4, 'P 11-A JEAN K 6459 097 59" 127 oo LORE V 39 Go 5151 64 CP' 6 19 Q 14' QQ' sf? Abe u-1095 Q46 WV Q2 eq, 9 N1 G 6.39 DIANE SUSTE OUGH ,Q 99 oe 673- 56 RICH ALE EARL H Y. ,Q-61 44, P A .9 4, D ee Z9 WAYNE ovRLv 423, 6455 vip Q? 771 4499 6? Qlzl TERRIE M WW O43 2329 5, 4' Q AE AL 0+ DELINN ANN 2 P, Q LEN QQQN Q2 gofioqx Ovgp DYNES 14 Sb Q 099 D maine- NANCY PUFFER 9012- HERB mana L. vvpybr- Q? Q6 fat?- MARCIA xc. HOFFM Cay' Eli-r 1,4 R qwqv'-if gi Ode rf A N 89' VE5' Q? CV? 'TIEIH 'lf Seniors Seniors Seniors CL O YDE -A GRA -2 ZEK-'- dia NT 0 Ei Qoflf VALARTAN FRANK KWOLEK ANDERS HA 'ev S 'S Olv D BO P' 34 g B6-G AVID ALL '90 o 4' 'Ve S EN MAR ea'-X 46, 4, Ov E 'PEVE BOXE Ks vco 0 00 qw- J 91 PRESTON F. HELMS R S9 ffl eq 'F 3P- BILL 1 Lo 63' '51 GAR? 975.1 0-1 IE JOY BATTL 6'-V 1 196, -17" o -fo Jo H M 6. 494, F- 4, , Tr 0 2 Q ANNE ' GA 'YG 12 SH Oo 4 4 Cb 'Pa-Q Q, MAME 'Peg 'PA-,, Q 'PLE 439 T R410 0 J 4- HAMIL AU L Go Y ANN Lb Gees Q0 TON E4 804906 ALEXA W N O N ' BRUCE T. FAULKNER rx 511- 51,8 5539 BRENT l-ble 14,0 DER- S610 - +46 BE MCC dire 64.6. Q, QOQX STPWXD TTY LAIN gf' Q0 o af-' CPP JF4 0 v- fv ,N Pug X35 QS, N It Q9 42511 N GE EU 460 9?-N x-1 A M, Ili-ks 45 9 4' 0605 '-V2 M140 2 66 CHAEL DAVID CAMPBELL 0735, +6 be vi? 43' v 'Q 5 'QS GMQ-rv Q GQ., W gd' Robflvso or-eey sod 45? +00 z A 'L in 4, N 4:- 5 Z2 MICHAEL SARADEZZ JYOQ-4, -Q va Qpvqo DARRELL LEE c1.ovER 10131012 6551? S06 E 4? V 9- E Q9 094, 'QQ Q, O SQ Taxa WE 3 4 ,,, 5 Q! QT 'SQ U' vp 419 30 Q. S-3' Q1 Iv Q QA Q owl VERNON CA oo S QA +55 Q55 vw-055 Q06 SA Q PNN QQ RSON as 'T' V 0-.n JE 69506 O6-9 NDN-A KAY EWALD I -447, 3 5 9 E oc' O 9 JAMES LEROY LEACH u, 6' if 656' E Q5 1- UNH GARBR 694 wi VMSLN 4: 4 4 c 5 Q,-1 0? we 5 MATHE5 'ff aol, 4 O Q- Q1 9 SOHN Ep if 5 4, -P M J 0 X -'ff 019 TLT-YA -v SCH 0 Q if I37 94' 446 W ,Q -as Tig BP' Q' 4 2 Q 4-0 Q10 7 AAR 'P V95 F' N an My A- QQ QQ? ON cm. -ynooewjv LroN GLB 5 Q? ov' E34 SMYYH 63? Q 470 Se . 'GQ 'S Q E qv NN 5 if DOROTHY 3 05' 'Q GA-4, H1013 ' 06,9 Q 'Peep '7 O Q 12, U Q4 Z fy S, .5-Mb SUSAN BOLT ,ee gp Q OA Q fvs Z 6, A v fs AL 4' .977 Q4 JL, wg' MERLIN D. MQPHERSON Oy? 'Q ICE FAE LE Qc, s Aw Ciif- gy ig, " FEAR 02- Ao Q 51014 'Q LETT 5- 9 NG Ay- ,A N EPP an-av' eff' Sb NANCY RUTH LA YQ' Q69 QTRETA 2-AUL CMM P- Q 9 9546 Clvyh G IPQSEQZOROTHQANIEL PICKETT Ao 709, I-ACKMAR QQXVVX NN P-as E 4 19 JEAN 4,425 'F MYYH EL LEE HA QA 001. BUR1-O 4, Q16 XOANN S WCHA QP- 650 E omw N HP-NES 'Qs 0 A 5, N -F 9 WEA Q1 LM AMI M3 -.1 svwol-IL L o is K 'Hmm THOWS X ,Z 1354, :E A RICHAR QQ 420 MARILYN J DIANE LYNN BUTLER ik Ts-.Lil 66:9 E Us . 0 EANN MA 4, -17 --1 415-L 912 94,9 ET:-E GREER Rc ENGEMGH? Qe?0'5'Q,0 4. - 5EN R0 'lf wg .PERA 'QQ v scoff? 6390 ROBERT Louxs BAN New BERTA ANN B 46 Q LD SCO 0614 0 47,4 LAKEM 6:17 TT 1 Sl 'Sala N 10466, QI? AN W AQ A EY 063450 OJ, 2 QA? git N 'P qty, Y- 6044? A QQ SVWO ROGER sco'rT LAUEL ga '74- P' 0 4' J' AJAX-E 51' GRO FREDDI MAE BUTFSTB e '53, ' MARTETHUR L. GRISWOLQFW R S ?,xC 43,0 GERA1-DINE Qvqz- FOSTER A 59 OBERT JAMES 506 H BEECHAM 4' GILBERT J- ERR? 5: ML-CULLEN 3uD1'T CLASS ARTISTS Brenn Sprecken Richard Bell ' gg 'ff' K' ,D QQ Mm, .J 1. L WHo's llfllo A CUTEST COUPLE V: fi.. Sandy Peterson -' Q , 9 ki Joe stemburgh Frank Mitchell . ff ' "-', Wi? .1533 L 'kb A , E ,, 'f, . ff!! K iff!!! ln 'N Mosr LIKELY 'ro SUCCEED .5 .. ,' -Q frwgf' . L 4 JH- CLASS CUT-UPS , 3 A Eizffinsrggty Ii' ' '. . vG X! Linda Owen 5 'QI sew' Chuck Raymond x , , ' fs, lull llmlll 7 'mixlgtl ' D g - BEST Judy Waite CLASS SONGBIRDS Carole Eckerman Darryl Dingler N Q CLASS MUSICIANS Audi 'W Karen Coberly . Ron ONexl . O I . I 0 0 .Q fi' lo- Q gry r . 'O '4 " r' G , 'I ,Q ' nv ' 5 5 f Q , , Q T if., 5 fm A 2 W BSl4.5,,f -9: X -l.l'E11I' 4 4 -. b H 'cj 5.7 ag ' 'Lf 0. a 0 o ,I I . if , L v L 1 C f ,I , , 52 24:7 ' gf., MOST ATHLETIC Francis Cooper I9 64 BEST DANCERS Joyce Brarxdes MOST CQNGENIAL Bm Andemm Jane Zuidema H Q xxx Dan Krueger td X -104,44 , W fa? w ,Q bs ' K . z . ' i,, Q' A 3 3 . In Q 4. - - fs.. frat an-'Q-S 5' gT:',: ,ll K - ix 2- RTA L-J nfl ,Q li x , 4 '31 Se' rf' , 1 A S K, 4 ,A 3 .J Q. 'ii il II I ' '!!gn ll - - 6 E. .U 3 . i F- MOST ALIE.-ROUND - I gg qbpfnvmh ' Kathy Kumble ii E u ' gi'-I Chuck Martin ' ' S 1 , fur' ' 1 ' A ' . , x K f GL y A Ti' 2 fi? ' , , .rn V J gffg t x? W,l.YjKfK Mfr V ,Ag . Q I ,, CLASS FLIRTS I.. 1 . S ,5 f fe -J H 5"5':L'F 5 Bonni Edlund 9, Q Y X g- HW gt 125' chuck Whitlow " f ' .Nb 4 " 7 5, . J ix WIN u p ' - I 4 II - U-' l Y 0 f 1 , W -Fr," - 1 , I I K Jvshix 0' Q , Qu p-u . ' M fiiiix. S525--9 'f ' 4 ' BEST LOOKING A f Suzi Bolt . . e ACTORS Marc Engleright Y J gg , V, GM -i Elll . 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Carolyn Porter 75 Clint Scouten 19. Mike Paliatsos Geraldine Smith 76 David Home 20- Rnbeffi Blekemen 49. Paul Epplett Dennis Gerfans 21- Martin Berry so. Diane s-mariah 78 Edward Puises 22. Patricia Kettle Thomas Dykema 79 Janice Thorstenson 23. Penny Essenberg 52. Charles Scribner 80 Patricia Terpstra Sandra Ewald Betty Kirks Ronald Morse Sandra Shen!-Ifd Paul King Sherry Bonebrake .line Z'-lidefni 55. Charla Cameron Linda Cavender 27- Irene Dyr-es ss. Linda sfockli 84. Robert Hansen 25- Katherine Berry Marilyn Temple 85. Leonard Cook 29. Richard Bell 30. Norman Ebara 31. Ruthann Dobb 32. Susan Bolt Sharon Parker 34. Jean Holmes 35. Laura Jean Long 36. Thomas Pedler 37. Ronald Lynn 38. Patricia Demuth Pieter Joosse 58. Deanna Bupp Linda Schmidt 60. Sandra Peterson 61. Dennis Heistand Kathryn Chvala 63. Jimmie Peterson 64. Grant Berghuis Thomas Hanes Mary Hoover James R. Sherwood 85. James Gallie 89. Vicki Grandelius Gary Norman Connie Angell Fontella McCann 91. Betty Baldwin Avis Crenno 93. Michael Castagna 94. Daniel Tudor 95. R. Mike Bruclcbauer Judy Brewster 55 if 5 -4' . "T, .wr Q 4-, , - A ., , 4 .. . .ff - 11-' .iliif Q45 ' ' A 'p"':sv3F . casts., ,L A .-'kxf . ' MQ... -mm? . 1 Mx. , Q -14 ,if , W mf- sw A - Mm x , , . L 1 , . Q .2. x -f"' f . X , 1 Y. -Q 'rkm - My A if f"w i .r rg. K vs X 1 "-- '-x 'v 9 i f 'kliiff Q , -' 1 giziazw . .zff 1.-.,. U... ... , nu. 'N-..,,,, Undergraduates "The shaping of our own life is our own work. It is a thing of beau- ty, or a thing of shame, as we our- selves make it. We lay the comer and add joint to jointg we give the proportion, we set the finish. It may be a thing of beauty and of joy for ever." - Ware Junior Class Officers Klassen, Barrels, Wahr, Russ uniors Michal Battige Barbara Bnttle Norm Beachum Ann Beard Dan Belanger Tom Bell Janet Bensinger Roger Benson Charlene Berghuis juan Berry Robert Berry Paul Bethke LaVerne Bluckshire Cathy Blake Bill Bolser Thelma Bordeaux Gary Batten Jeanette Bovny Beverly Brunch Linda Bringedahl Donna Brsndvke Richard Brooks Roger Brown Linda Bruckbauer Don Bryant Ron Bryant Kenneth Budnik Gary Burns Glenda Cady Gwendolyn Calloway Linda Camet Jack Carlson Sandra Carlson Yolanda Casarez Sidney Chandler S8 Charlotte Adams Clyde Adams Jack Adkins Dianna Aker Guadalupe Alviar Alphonzo Anderson jackie Angell Pat Arthurhultz Richard Baker Linda Balkema Arie Banks jeff Barber Mercy Barney joella Barrels Sue Bartels Jacqueline Bass r'- 'QV' he X s, A'Ab 5 Sym Q AQMQLA , .. x 'Lia . fir W? we -rr iii fi A F 1 .. N5 U at ,, 3 Q :X ' an: K X. -N ' f , A .X X fx. ,',. Xin. 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Q A Sandy Minott Leona Miskel Emma Modisett Floyd Moore Dale Morehouse Katie Morris Cynthia Morrow Sharon Muskovin David Nelson Glenn Nevins Dan Norton Robert 0'Brien Annie Odnenl Carl Olson Nels Olson Charley Pace Carrie Paige Marie Parham David Parritt Michael Pascavis Wallace Patterson Chuck Peabody Garry Pease Richard Pelkey Gary Pellegrom Susie Pepper Suzanne Perly Sandra Peterson Nancy Pickett Margaret Plank Rosemary Poland William Pollard Janice Porter Diane Posvistak James Potts Pam Pressler Diane Raddatz Linnea Raessler Dorothy Rainey Loren Reynolds Eric Rhodes Sharon Rice Rosa Ridley Gary Riley Shelley Robinson Toni Rokos Dianne Ross Raymond Rudick Rayfield Russ Dave Saladin L. C. Sanders William Seitz Randy Senf joan Shaffer Sandra Sharum Karen Sheffer Suzanne Showers Nance Shultz Tom Skok Charley Smith Ernest Smith Pat Smith Owens Snowden Peggy Stafford Dennis Stauffer Charles Steele Clifford Stevenson Judy Steward George Stidham Neil Stone 61 Linda Strong - Herbert Taylor Gary Thies ' Judy Thoma Mike Thomas Nobie Thomas Priscilla Thomas 4 , . . Mary Tiff i I ' ' Simmeon Townsel - Diane Valuck Peggy VanBrocklin Shirley Vanderstelt ' Y, f Dick Vanderwater . f . 7K M Q Q -ll Don Vanderlaan W tt Y ' V X f 3 s kr K' Richard Vanderwest Gail Varnado Linda Veihl Jerry Venne Bernard Vines Harold Vines Jeannette Vos , , ' f' B. I tx? X1 S Donna Wagenmaker Barbara Wahr Almerth Walker Roger Walker Frances Walton Tommy Watts ' N Sally Webster , K V1 Vx , ti.- . . , . 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J. Jordan Sandra Kahlo Albert Kelley George Kidd Frankie King Eddie Kirks JoEllen Knight Frank Kovalcik Jim Krueger Mable Landingham Art Larabee Frances LeFear Susan Leone Williamette Lewis James Locke Glenna Lodholtz Pat Landon Betty Long Floyd Long Betty Longmire Mary Magerowski Robert Mallard Vicki Mathes Frank May Phillip Mayette Connie McFail Brian McFarren Ada McGregory Bill McIntyre Willie McQuirter Sharron Meloche Frank Merle Brenda Melcalf Peggy Mezeske Lucille Michalski Sharon Miller Gladys Mitchell Cindi Mohr Esell Monroe Jesse Montgomery Lynda Montney Paul Moore 66 I? 'tiki' Sei' i , Le M.. 2,52 r ., ga ,. M i,xJ, T' K, sffxhs fl ' . We ' -g. t. mms ic Q Er.-,U 'w NS: .. it M '4 21- A: .. 2 a 'A ifx lil-W fl- H 5' 2 ' W Lil? QA .7 Q" ' D I K ' J 133 13 ' ' ig . 'za , 'QA uf? A J M w M WL . H. all M G uk? ff, Q .,. 8 5 A' f L tg . ' L1 I iii. 9333 IQ 'tj H EI ' Zi V f ax- ' V' Q- . -fx, - -T' We tiff? tefafi, 5 r N o ' ' fx ai v FP ,Q 3 L , 21 5 M ' .. 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'Y' --gwggii AWN 9 A - sunt 1 Willie Moore Richard Morehouse Marlene Morrall Susan Morrow Bill Mortenson Icie Mullins Bob Murphy Paul Myles Gwendolyn Neal Arnetta Nickson Jeanie Niswonger Jackie Noble Margaret Nummerdor Irie Odneal Mike O'Grady Patrick O'Grady Katie Ollie Anna Olson Bobby Overton Cynthia Owens Larry Pacyga Charles Parker johnny Parker Willie Parker Donna Parks Charles Paschal Geraldine Paschal Alice Paule Mary Peterson Mayrene Philiips Larry Piggee Don Pimpleton Jerome Pimleton Elizabeth Plummer Martin Pnovsky Judy Privaslry Yvonne Rainey Rodney Ramsvig Roosevelt Richards Shirley Richards Barbara Riley Shirley Riley Betty Robinson Joann Robinson William Rene Geraldine Ross Marsha Ross Michael Sadler Gideon Salsbury Kathy Schalk Craig Schmidt Lawrence Schultz Darlene Scott Gloria Scott Lucius Scott Marvella Scott Russell Scott Ruth Scott Robert Settle Clifton Sharp Marjorie Sherbum Karen Simot james Sims Robert Sims Bob Skiba Charles Smith Diana Smith Don Smith Harley Smith Kathleen Smith 67 Lois Smith Willie Smith Nelly Snel Donald Steele Sarah Stephens Cornelia Stevens Georgia Stewart Jim Stidham Elaine Strait Linda Strong Josie Suarez jim Suchovsky Paula Sulrup Mike Swaitecki Sue Swift Bertha Taylor Jane Taylor Johnny Taylor Norma Taylor Bob Temple Benjamin Thomas David Thompson Ramona Thompson Richard Thompson Mae Etta T horton James Todd Bonnie Travis Wayman Trice Linda Tuller Gary Turner Kathryn Udell Ken Vallie Richard VanDyke Freddie Vaughn Lamarr Veal Jacqueline Veihl Nancy Veihl LeVern VerHulst Beverly Volf Bernice Voss Maurice Wade Allen Wahr Donald Walker ras Wallst Sylvia Walters Barbara Walton Donna Walton Joyce Warren Edgar Watson Lynette Watson Shela Weaver Alfred Weberg Robert Werner Mary Wesley Linda Wheater Richard Whisenant Otis Wiley David Wilkins Carl Williams Jean Williams Joyce Williams Joyce Williams Judy Williams Mary Williams Phyllis Williams Porter Wimbley Patricia Wiseman Mildred Woodson Ron Wortham Susie Wright 68 N Q? ii CTT ,fl-' S . -. , Q. 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Rodney Alsteen Dennis Anderson Frank Anderson Jack Bourne Rosie Bourne Frank Boxer Margaret Brushman Vearniel Burks Paula Bush Mary Clement Morey Cook james Cooper Willie Courtney Anna Crockett Delbert Duncan David King Denise Elwell Glenn Evans Cheryl Falkowski Norman Featherly Helen Fox Jackie Fox Wilma Frierson Lonnie Galhreath Donna Gauthier Phyllis Grant Tom Grant Mary Green Betty Guthrie Judy Hendrickson Gabriel Herrada Larry 'Herzhaft Ronald Herzhaft Larry James Minerva Jimenez Sharon Johnson Yvonne jones Harold Kammers Dennis Kniat Donna Knight Bill Lodes Terry Luce 69 Janice Mabrey Valeria Mezynski Larry Minzey Karl Oslund Alan Paul Haley Potts Elaine Povilaitis Richard Reyes Pat Romans James Ruboyianes Charlene Sanford David Smith Larry Smith Michael Smith Fredrick Stewart Glen Stewart Ron Swanson Currie Taylor Larry Veihl Bill Walker Laurel Wilson Linda Wood Alvin Wyriclr Bemard Wyrick Fred Drzewicki Dave Gordon Charlene Grant jim Harrington Paul Hershey Rick Kent Barbara Kitchen Gale Raby Riehard Simmens Rodney Som Marjorie Surfus Jerry Wesley Geraldine Betty! Betty Morris Robert O'Neil Jackie Vauters Carol Weaver 22 t . f K .yyu J A t unior Re-fahes Q l "ws A f Sophomore Re-iahes 9 Q Clmmcnr IS mrdlcd Agmlt be strong ro lrvc, as as fo think ff!" '12-fs, J r . . Tll ll buf M X 'gr 'A l 7., ...N pn ' f 1 I Y 9 1 Music and Dramatics "We live in deeds, not yearsg in thoughts, not breathsg in feelings, not in figures on the dial: we should count time by heart-throbs. He most lives who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts the best." - Cv. Bailey Concert First Row-Coberly, Moore, M. Temple, Harris, Clement, Grant, Ippel Second Row-Bell, M. Sherburn, Schmidt, Hoekenge, Raddatz, P, 0'Grady, Mangino, Fnlkow- ski, Faltinowski, Michalski, Peterson Third Row-Hughey, Carruthers, D. Scott, Bogany, Thompson, Baulkma, Turner, Romans, Strong, B. Brown, Butts, Smith, Gilbert, Ebare, Nearing Standing-J. Scott, K. Sherburn, Carlson, Hoover, D. Brown, V. Riley, Simmons, Miller, Kennedy Marcmng Band . ,5 3' 1 L4 '- LY - , 1 YN. -. :.-5i..:m'?4 " ' ..Q,,,-f .,Q'-:so igygi----if--15-:ass-ssasaaszws C f- for rr P- fn--We sl: , ,,'PF,,.bNW,,.. . .,.g-is . 5 W ffqjh L.. V- in - ' ..j ,,,-ga trgf - .-as ,ll A 'lf ' b,sq.. '5,:g , l Q I ' 3f55'f"35 'C ll ' . . - t l , A are-1: A 'fsiL1.i'ifcfi-' ,ff - P 4 H ,. . .N s lefzaf ' 1 5? b" 'C n . 76 . tm. j ljffiz.-if.Qij,',f,v,., i g Band 1, 2 ' ' S7 'I -3- Q , rl, ,fl YM Q .EV?.,f QQ . - 2 M 7.1 1 1 L ,X - X51 f ....f I T' ,IZ ' .. ' I .. f 3' . "F I 3' .,?' ,-4, - Q W ,' r --5 Q. 91, 5.3,-,3x.-,ucv , ,S Q . . 1 rQvQ.rf1,-,.,...N. 'wlf T f .. he ,V , .. ...sf.:.p. . f .. lf 2 .f .W fa ' ": ls .Z Q ,R--frxv, " o' '-fl" Ng' 3 i s . . X . ,f .lm in A ,xx ,, ill. X091 ll. N 'Ah 1 , ,Q . f .txt 45.xx gAy1X J5v.,,.:T,YiQ 4:-1:51-N.. 7 Q 1 ,sy 5 X -far'-EL wr- WF J 0 . 2 -N ', . I N A D A A . X Y 'I ! X 1 ',,, ' r' Q ,lx 1 N ! . - N . First Row-Zuidema, Owen, J. Groeneveld, E. Groeneveld, Povilailis, Morrell. Second Row -Blakeman, J. Johnson, B. Riley, Broadbent, Bonebrake, Privoski, Compton, Wahr, Anderson, J. Johnson Third Row-O'Neil, Baldwin, Terrell, Norton, R. Brown, Schalk, R. Scart, Jackson, Cook, Wade, Walker, M. O'Grndy, Berry Fourth Row-Hocking, Kniet, Minzy, Stidhnm, Peabody, Sternburgh, Kardigan, Steel, Travis, Wright, R. Temple, Bryant Standing-M. Palietosos Cdrum majori, Mr. Marklevits ldirectorj Pep Band ,..-lf. . 1 ,gm W,H ' .H if ' J.. g. X r KW? f '.",l'.'r A V A Run 2 1' ' J lil' . 1 :Lp .-'11, 5 l Q -by 151. 5- 5,-,ED 1 1 - .32 A l - .vw--'Y-4 ' T Q A - raw- - .. T , 12' ,A-ffyn iii, ,'.9g,'?Al' W K A ' rn Q, H' W 0rcHesfra Standing-Mr. VanRavenswaay fConductorJ, Carlson, Miller Third Row-Stockli, Del-Iudy, Drake, Crsther, Riley, Baldwin, Hocking Second Row-Dierking, Budnik, Stone, Owen, Zuidema, Blakeman, Ebare, O'Grady, Hansen, Temple First Row-Bupp, Janes, Rasseler, Terpstra, Ashford, Lance, Ross, McGregory Z . i Top Row-Smith, Grandelius, Thorstenson, Felcoski, Anderson, Dingler, Alexander, Young, Garceau, Crilchet, Travis, J. Vines, Ross, Watson, McCormick, Duplesis Third Row-Hutchins, Merkins, McCabe, Van Brooklin, Miller, Eppink, Udell, Robinson, O'Brien, Pimpletcn, Barrett, Gill, Zuidema, K, Kimble Second Row-Eckerman, Sprecken, A. Kimble, Fitzgerald, Volf, Gordon, Anderson, Tiff, Hughey, Langston, Waite, Wiseman, Drake. Dye First Row-Parham, Ferguson, Archer, Allard, Wilkins, Lewis, Farrior, Bass, Cooper, Hunter, lx. Healy, Plank, Leckrone, MCC:-ea, Mr. Charon-director J J I xx? ,7f Y I ll viii f ' E , -1 y I Top Row-Simot, Aker, Dooley, Monroe. Hopson, Anderson, Featherstone, Whisenant, Harvey, Hammock, G. Adams, Scott, Schultz, Brown, Cooper, Ashford, Riley, Burton Third Row-jaltubus, jones, Grant, Knudsen, Willis, Williams, B. Smith, Taylor, Smith, Wil- liams. Foy, Farrior, Weaver, Battle, Giy, Johnson, Robinson, Hunter, M. Atkins, J. Atkins, Vemardo Second Row-Root, Hopkins, Hutchinson, Longmare, Riley, LaFear, Garvin, Flowers, Wiseman, Ball, Kaylo, Alexander, Davis, Hughes, Harris, Young First Row-Mr. Charon-director, Holwerda, Grant, Bensinger, M. Williams, J. Williams, R. Falkowski, Miskol, Grishom, F. Grishom, Fox, Hunter, Rainey, Hendrickson, Paige, Halasinski, La Fear ,J "' 1 ' v E , 'Q Q .QE X yi N L. to R.-E. Wstsun, D. Duplissis, J. Charon CAdvisorJ, D. Barrett, B 0'Brien Top Raw-Mr. Charon-director, Garceau, O'Brien, Pimpleton, Barrett, Gil! Dupleais, McCormack, Watson Bottom Row-Eckerman, Van Brocklin, Archer, Lewis, Hutchins, Healy, Plank, Leckrone, Waite, Zuidema gig, 5 Arg. ,fs 556 egg And 9 --- A 'U G Q wa I I Xl . L 4 L V .1 fi ' me nus l -Z ff' . 1-X sl . is qua '-ff , , 1- f' rn ! IP ' ,mis ' HQ. ' Q ,-4, . ,. fi Qi' - -:J ,. 'hit . J . A ,Q .. - Qi x i' - I . ,A 'V 'H 4' 1 3-A -tw ' . s-f f w Q , K Iligwull PRODUCER-DIRECTOR Robert Horton STUDENT DIRECTOR Cheryl Coe 4, STAGE CREW Jim Sottovia, Ken Swanson, Carl Esh, and Dan Krueger Senior Class Play Cast Betty MacDonald .,.....,, Don MacDonald ,....., Anne ............,. ...... Joan .,.,,,.,.......... Thad .... ...... ........ Delicate Daisy . ..,. ..,...,, , Mr. Manic-Depressive ..,., Corinne .................. ..,,...,.... Fishface ..... Hi-Face ...... JJ ....,,....,....... Ross ....,............ The Lingery .,,.... Millicent Ames .... .... Thermometer Tessis ,... Miss Linden .......... .....,. Larsen ,..,,...,... .. .... .. Paula ............. Toni ..,., Lolly ....... Kathy Kimble Chuck Raymond .. Karen Coberly Angela Sottovia Chuck Martin Susan Smith Mike McCormick Beverly Mangione Bob Hansen Bill Alexander Dan Duplessis Bill Bolser Jane Zuidema . .... Brenn Sprecken Nancy Willis Virginia Ammond Tom Moore Linda Owen Mary Ellen Larson Joann Hamilton 83 ' -.:,.A.'... 'Z W . 1 '. Q' I U . 6. N . , , - 44 0. Ls: x W . I 1 A .' , , V A f' i n ' 5' 1,4 . , P fin? '24 ra , .,.'u4 IX. 'D ju, 1 . A a x Q p?',,,, -.fir Q .1 'F .. I rl .rx QS H, ." .gm Mi ig .' T' R ri. 3. ul - ,A- . .'y Activities "A man should live with his su- periors as he does with fireg not too near, lest he burng not too far off, lest he freeze."--Diogenes Student Council Ufficers Mike Mangino, treasurer, Sandy Peterson, secretary, George Lafkas, vice-president: Chuck Martin, president, Fifth Row-Brauer, Bolser, Scott, Anderson, Jones, Watson, Poland, Cnzarez. Fourth Row-Fitzgerald, Stewart, Volf, Eppink, Baldwin, Pressler, Sprecken, Klassen. Third Row-Reynolds, Gaunt, Waite, Smith, Van Brooklin, Magerowski, Crenno, Hunter. Second Row-H. Vines, Parker, J. Vines, Joosse, Guillen, Hazell, Lee, Vaughn, Dobb. First Row-Essenberg, Smith, Zuiderna, Peterson, secrataryg Martin, presidentp Lefkas, vice- presidentg Mangino, treasurerg Kimble, Miss Schroeder. 7777 Horeign Students 3mm Sweden Neflierlancls Pieter Joosse and the Krueger Family Bo Hazell and the Martin Family Anal Mexico fr l l . S., W. Q 3:14 W , .-3 Alicia Hernandez and the Dobb Family Mafia Guillen and the Digg-king Family Top Row-Brandes, Schmidt, Long O O S Ll 2 I' Second Row-Zarimbe, Meisch, Peterson, Dobb, Mathews I U l First Raw-Hoover lTreas.J, Bonebrake QV. Pres.J, Luders KPres.J, Kettle lSecyJ, Willis, Miss Cobb, Advisor i u 88 Top Row-Norton, Emery, Johnson, Budnik, Dumont,APescavis, Swanson, Vanderstelt Third Row-Groeneveld, Klassen, Provoski, Huntington, Schmidt, Mathews, Bradley Second Row-Cassidy, Erickson, Jsrvi, Lafkas, Waite, Jacobs, Hamilton, Suchuvsky Front Row-Mr, Charon iadvisorj, Mr. Macintosh Cadvisorj, Moore, McCaleb, Scott, Pressler, Mr. Westman Qndvisorj . Top Row-D. Brown, L. Culver, F. Cooper, D. Frierson, D. Carruthers, D. Rainey, E. Modisett, K. Blake Fifth Row-D. Butler, C. Cheeks, G. Varando, G. Neil, J. Walls, Z. Garrett, K. Chaplain, P. Cox, C. Donson Fourth Row-D. Boganey, D. Ross, J. Willeams, L. Watson, B. Harris, D. Scott, M. Billips, B. Travis, J. Williams, L. Hunter Third Row-R. Hughey, A. Walker, M. Adams, S. Anderson, E. Dye, S. Riley, K. Walder, C. Frierson, E. Frierson Second Row-R. Riddley, S. Pepper, P. Wood, O. Gadson, C. Sanders, N. Fergurson, D. Gill, R. Miller, L. Harris, B. Farrior First Row -E. Hughes, G. Stewart, A. Beard, A. Crowell CSergeant-nt-an-nab, C. Wright KTreas- urerl, R. Farrior CPresident7, S. Minott isecrataryl, G- Calloway iChaplainj, N. Langston Csergeant-at-armsj, F. Parham iSergeant-at-annsj, Mrs. Engel fAdvisorJ Top Row'Kelly, Montgomery, Byrant, Steele, Lock, Brown, Autxnan 89 Second Row,-Bell, Todd, Hansen, Cassady, Hughes, Travis, Grimmett, Byrant First Row-Ross, Vines, Dumont, Terrell, Vines, Sottovia, Mr. Waallrens, Advisor 6 Top Row-McCormick, Kimble, Zarimba, Hszell, Anderson Third Row-Lee, Mathews, Kettle, Waite, Sprecken Second Row-Reynolds, Poland, Lafkas, Pressler, Bclser, Frierson, Posvistak Front Row-Berry, Eckerman, Mangino, K. Kimble CSec.-Treas.J, Martin fCaptainJ, Essen- berg CCo-Captainj, Mr. Macintosh CAdvisorJ 6 6 a A m e i Top Row- L. to R.-Pressler, Balser, Frierson Second Row-Eckerman, Berry, Poland, Lafkas Front Row-Mangino, Kimble QSecretary-Treasurer! Martin fCnptainJ, Essenberg fCo-Cap- tain7, Mr. David Macintosh fAdvisurJ 90 6 8 R1 aa C ei O T1 S TOP ROW-Jones. Cross, Averton, Garrett, Neal, Fife Second Row-Smith, Moore, Williams, Ross. Gilbert, Hernandez, Hazell Front Row- Cboper, Calloway, Langston, Russ, Cross, Riley, Greer 3. Tl i Top row-Beard, Wright, Ridley, Walker, Frierson, Gilbert, Wimbley Third row-Williams, Paule, Raessler, Johnson, Parker, Smith, Crawford Second row-Mortenson, Brondyke, Strong, Suarez, Gaston, Snel, Dierking, Rieley Front Row-Hutchins CHisturianJ, Marks, Valuck QTreasurerl, Ross, Sprecken QPresidentJ, Casarez QSecretaryJ, Langston, Greer, Mr. Monty Parker s 6 O I' 6 Tl S O Third Row-Znumba, J. Kruger, Burton, Smith, Poland. S Secnnd Row-Scribner, Felcoski, Eckerman, Essenberg, Frierson First Row-Bolser, Noble, Martin, Presaler, Baldwin, Horton,-advisor. Fourth Row-Reynolds, Battige, Heinakoski, Whetstone, Bartels, Zarimba, A. Kimble, Minot. Third Row-Sternburgh, McLemore, Lafkas, McCaleb, Budnik, Lance, Mangino, Sherbum. Second Row-Posvistak, McCormick, Klassen, Essenberg, Cavender, Zuidema, Luders, Poland. F int Row-Raymond, Owens, McCullen, Treasurerg Martin, Presidentg K. Kimble, Vice-Presi- dentg Coberly, Secretaryg Blskeman, Miss Needham. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 1 N X f 7 x N S 'f 1 E. E , L px ' xi 5 L Top Row-Krueger, Baldwin, Hocking, Jones Middle Row-Pressler, Bartels, Cecot, Battige, Falkcwski, Thompson Front Row-Del-ludy Crepcrterjg Ross ftreasurerj, Thompson Cvice-presidentj, Owen Cpresi- dentb, ,Iakubas fhistorianj, Mr. South iadvisorj. Shaffer isecretaryj was absent when picture was taken. i I a a 1' Top Row-Adams, Edsall, Fox, Galbreath, Hulasinski Second Row-Stafford, Curtis, Wheeler, Cunningham, Beal, M, Wheeler, Tulle: Front Row- Smith, Ezell, Crenno, McCann, Root, Sottovia, D. Smith, Miss Kidwell-Advisor 93 Top Row-Drake, Engleright, Budnik, O'Grady, Vallie Second Row-Schmidt, Barlels, Reynolds, Cox, M. Hughes, C. Hughes, Curathers First Row-Dykema, iSgt. at Armsj, Hoekenga fTreasurerJ, McCom1ick iVice-Presidentl, Raymond fPresidentB, Wahr CSecretnryJ, Bell, Mr. Pacquin KAdvisorD 3. 6 4 , s 0 . 1 Tl a 3, Tl Second row- Scott, Waite, Moore, Alexander, Sprecken 94 Front row-Reynolds, Kimble, Essenberg, Smith, Advisor-Mr. Robert Horton Q 0 Top Row-Evans, Lynn, Vos, Hopkins, Edsall, Pickett Second Row-Larsen, Veihl, Thomas, Ebare, Porter, Bordeaux First Row-Welcome, Reporter, Willis, V. Pres.: Smith, Pres.: Wilson, Sec.-Treas.g Wood, Librarian, Mr. Faster, Advisor. n 0 Q Top Row-Jakubas, Beard, Ridley, Zarimba, Meisch, Valuck, Cecot, Bartels, Povialitis, and Williams Second Row-Brendes, Edlund, Kettle, Hunter, McGregory, Peterson, Dobh, Sprecken First Row-Featherstone, Bartels CTreas.J, Zuidema KV Pres.J, Essenberg 4Pres.J, Minott CSec'yJ, Kimble, Mr. Morehouse, Advisor s 1 Top Row-Cross, Johnson, Dieeking, Overton, Watson, Garret, Woodson Q5 Second Row-Stafford, Robbinson, Malone, Ross, Cvassin, Battige iTreas.J, Fife First Row-Crowell, Vines, Berry, Ferguson QVice-Presidentj, Langston CPresidentJ, Wehr QSecretaryl, Luders, Miller -4 SW-gkgyl. :Qld '. Xi vx . - V Y- Publications Top Row-Brandes, Blackmar, Hazell, Ashford Middle Row-Bolt, Beecham, Coe, Hamilton, Dynes, Luders Front Row-Mathews, Berry, Kettle, Sprecken, Dobb, Essenberg, Mr. Murray fadvisarb 1' Cfieerleaclers kms. Judy Wa le. Cindy Mohr, Karen Simot Calternatej, Mary Magerowski, captain: Lucille Michalski, Lyssa Emery. RQSEYHBYY Poland, Ruthann Dohb, captain: janet Fitzgerald, Sherri Bonebrake, Sharon Mer- i 91. 'Dr Xxx . N v , 3 5355! .r 1 P Ka i .,j 3173:-", 'NF xa- ,,.. gi x,- JI I LX -A 5 af? 3 4 ,,. xl! x y w lim - 'NRS' fx.-' wx 'lui . W, 'v 3 -:L "x "Ui u,. if M1241 Homecoming Court .52 ' . ,fu A ..f., h N Chuck Marlin, Marc Engleright. Dan Krueger, and Jim Johnson Karen Cnberly, Kathy Kimble, Judy Waite, and Sandy Peterson Q. - X. . ra Wy: Homecoming King Queen Marc and Judy Homeccrning King and Queen Marc and Judy 99 3 ,Rv-W . I X ' -iQ'3g,?n ra.,, I . ,ww I I w-M M I g' .l, K Paw . r if PM ' -34' Af' .. W, ..f.,,-0 Mn, V. M.. ' a'9s."1?Y ' K , I .Ax E'5f,gffff7f 'yfwzi W ' W I ' "'iJ-!iff:f'ig'2M- J M 1?'+ww4s-N J' .,,f+..,fxfx.9vf5yw,, 15:.,f,.5?. 1 V -5 .?,T,,,vAVTXTk W . ...M " f' xf.4.,.-.A ,Q I v ' W1 v'-'alm..,. Affilefics "The clock of life is wound but ODCE, And no man has the power To tell just when the hands will stop, At late or early hour. -Anonymous US Cgampio 'Fi Q2 ff-4 3-3 'Fi V3 'v-1 C3 1964 1 .gg M333 --xx rg. I QF Cross Country Champions EMA '64 Top-j. Broadbent, B. Nanson, C. Smith, B. Gould, G. Bruce, B. Vines, G. Turner. Middle-M, Grady, N. Stone, B. Hunter, R. Lynn, S. Townsell, J. Vines, C. Steele. Coach Donn Westman, D, Cecot, D. Neil, W. Leadman, J. Autman, M, Cassidy, D. Banks, A. Banks, L. Kennedy. This season Cross Country team, coached under Coach Donn Westman, set records in the Conference Meet by being the only team to win twice in history. They also set a scoring record by having the greatest point spread between the Tigers and second-place team, of 43 points. Heights had 69 points. Next season the Cross-Country will be minus the powers of Wayne Leadman, Dick Cecot, and Mike Cassacly who will graduate. Wayne Leadman broke three course records at Holland, Traverse City, and Muskegon Christian. Dick Cecot kept the winning spirit in the boys by his determined running. This gave the team the balance needed to win. Mike Cassady showed his skill by coming from an 18th place last year to a fifth place this year. Jim Autman broke the Muskegon course record. He still has two years of competitions ahead and has unlimited potential. Don Neal qualified in the Regional meet to represent M.H.H.S. at the State finals by plao ing 10th of 156 competitors. 105 Base5aH 1963 Moorehouse fMgr.J, Vanderwest, Doan, Riley, Kempker, B. Engleright, Beecham, Brown, Swelnis 1CoachJ. Castagna, Campbell, Vauters, Adams, Lynn, Dingler, Krueger, Gierzak. Golden, Banks, Gillhespy, Ripley, Hylland, Wright, johnson, Nearing. E , ii g A fi . P X - K .film N i k 'vig - 5 D .Nik ff - ,iii efqlg' 'lm W-ml Ap.. 5 Y' A X 5,3-A Tigers v X. X e - 6 ff -' M-Lincig. , - 10 - .5'.- 1 The baseball team ran a season of seven wins and Z six losses before bowing out to Muskegon by one point 4 in the "North Playoff". 5 Some of the graduating players are Pitcher Tom 10 Hylland, Shortstop Dave Ripley fwho was the teams 2 leading hitterjg also William Wright, an outstanding 6 outfielder. 4 Those who will return to make another victorious 5 Nom . r season are lettermen: Emanuel Nearmg, a top-notch Muskegon 1 catcher, infielders Dan Krueger, Roger Gierzak, Darryl Dingler, and Mike Castagnag outfielders Dick Vander- west, Gary Riley, and Tom Adams, pitchers Ron Lynn and Ruger Brown. 106 Lost 7 Opponents Grand Haven Mona Shores Muskegon West. Mich. Christian Benton Harbor Grand Haven Musk. Catholic North Muskegon Muskegon Traverse City West. Mich. Christian Musk. Catholic Mona Shores Play-off Heights 0 5raclQ 1963 C. Smith, D. Banks, D. Steele, McLemore, Davis, Compton, Dooley, Tcwnsel, Adams Goods, Dye, H. Vines, Neal, May, Russ, B. Vines, Kennedy, A. Banks Wilkins, D. Glover, Walker, J. Vines, Bolden, Hamel, Borgeson, Cecot, Cassidy, Manal-r Lesdman, Young, Johnson, Bringedahl, Fialek, Martin, Gaunt, Mitchell, Coach Thies TRACK 1963 Results Dual Meets Ravenna 30 Heights 79 Grand Haven 4916 Heights 5956 Mona Shores 46 Heights 63 Muskegon 35 Heights 74 Muskegon C. C. 23 Heights 86 Holland 21 Vi Heights 87 M Triangular Meets Holland UM, Allegan 19lh, Heights 75 Muskegon 27, Traverse City 49, Heights 61 Holland 31, Muskegon C.C. 54, Heights 52 Greater Muskegon Meet Muskegon 61. Heights 5754, Muskegon C.C. 3330, Muskegon Orchard View HM, Reeths Puffer UM, North Muskegon lllfz, Mona Shores 336 Regional Meet 2nd with 34 points State Meet 440 yd. dash Conference 2nd to Benton Harbor Record Dual Meets 6 - 0 Triangular 2 - I Finished 2nd in three large meets. B, Bringedahl llth in mile run, Fialek l3th in High .lumP-Pete McLemore . .... Pole Vault--Ruvell Martin .. Broad jump-Ruvell Martin. Shot Put-William Walker .,.. High Hurdles-Ron Hamel . Low Hurdles-Ron Hamel 100 Yd. Dash-Frank Mitchell James johnson 220 Yd. Dash-Frank Mitchell James Johnson 440 Yd. Dash-Leroy Fialek 880 Yd. Run-Darrell Glover , Mile-Run-Bill Eringedahl ,. Mile Relay-Kenneth Belden John Scott Gail Wilkins Ruvell Martin 880 Yd. Relay Frank Mitchell Clyde Adams Leroy Fialek james Johnson ....5'10" ...,11'0" 21'1W" ....45'5" .,,.,,...16.1 ........20,5 .,....,,,l0.2 .... .... 5 0.5 ..2:00.9 , ,.....,. 4:30.9 3:35 1131.4 107 5ennis 1963 Roger Lance, Robbie McCaleb, LaWayne Smith, Mike McCormick, AI Dumont, Dan Cude john Sydnor CCoachJ, Jon McCormick, Pete Marchuck, Bob Bohn, George Lafkns Tennis Scores Heights 0 0 2 Nw? 5 3 5 1? 0 0 i 3 N ' 2 nuunununnu. Eagan-nun :QR 1 -::ge:z::::::::::::::tggqg5g5g5g5,,-- 0 I :-::::::::::::::::llEulnnnll 3 2 4 Opponent Allegan-6 Grand Haven-7 North Muskegon-S Mona Shores-2 Muskegon Catholic-3 W. M. Christian-2 Muskegon-7 Muskegon Catholic-4 Grand Haven-5 Holland-7 Orchard View-3 W. M. Christian-4 Holland-5 Mona Shores-3 Qoif 1 963 1 - Al Brooks, Mike Lowman, Joe Sternburg, Bob Hansen, Bob O'Brien Q' H Ed Johnson, Tum Vanderplow, Coach Bidvia, Eric George, Alfred Uschkamp Muskegon Heights Golf Team - 1963 Dual Matches ,..Sl.-.-. 961- 4- Opponents Tigers North Muskegon 0 15 The 1963 Golf Team, coached by Mr. Everett if:::nfh0'eS 35' 333 Bidvia, compiled an excellent 11 and 3 record Musk. Cnhom 6 9 last year, placing third and fourth, respectively, Triangular: in the Conference and Regional meets. Not Benton Harbor 33l Mullwsvn 352 Heishfl 358 everyone realizes the fact that Coach Bidvia Gfand Haven 5 7 himself was a star golfer in college and is at ruskegon . 5 lo I raverse Cnty 6M 816 present an outstanding player at Pontaluna. Muskegon sw 6,6 The group comprising last year's team were Holland 343 345 also talented boys, and all are enrolled in col- North Muskegon 411 351 leges except for Alfred Uschkamp, uforeigner- Mon' Sham' 385 342 ,, Musk. Catholic 6Vg 8Vg exchanger , who went home to Germany. Grand Haven 2 lo Predictions for the '64 season were unreliable Summary: at the time The Oaks went to press. It looked as won 11 Lon 3 if Coach Bidvia and his team would have an- Conference ,........,...,............,.....,.., 3rd place 359 other victorious year. Regional ...,, ,....., 4 th place 344 109 Reserve Hooifiall . - :nan :mu -- , .- ... .. - "'lT1"1.""':" " .u1.+1mP.m-A?-:-- .1-i-i- - "lf-------M ,I ' - n""',,,L.,,I"',,". ..,....p.L' " " by , , 1 A v v ' ' 4' 'N ' , - .J 5. .-----.- -ii f' . ..A!k7'.'l".'Ss..-'- 1-"3',-3-M 9-1-Lg -F 55 ' ..-- - :HGH-:-'f'-1-'7"L "'?"'T"'ifL"'I'- :bf '35 l" if-v . .,,.' jg' ,-,M-qg!?E1"".Gf..,-' ',,..f:",'f'i' . .19 ,Q A 1 .J 'N , V- .I it 4 , . .. .. . . .-, 4 , .. ., , .-7-5 ' ?'.' Z- ""- .. I. ,iff X J : I .2 I 21. .Q an .lb fi., 'ie ., f -,, gyf p, .f'4'i'W' 2 41- . 1 am r -r - .,.. .. ,. ,.,, .......,..,. . Q - .. f--., x r . Q Lifgfirsf' f- 9 . M?2:If1 . .Q M V. . .4 ' ,:-,3gg'gig:.i.:gs.ia1 ' ' 52-'tffiiiif L"f.'5?Q.'i?i1iY.i:iQ5Efxi1' nip .gm 'E - Agffmih.ff-4f2b'i3jQ4!iE'f"'1,?"lV43?T"1rb L 1 'arf . , Top Row-H. Hunt, Mgr., C. Smith, F. Coleman, D. Horringa, G. Salisbury, R. Inacson, G. Gonzales, T. Eggleton, E. Hall, L. Gadsnn, T. Culp, R. Ashford, T. Wiggins. Middle Row-Coach G. Noel, W. Moore, W. Mclntyre, E. Compton, M. Wade, G. Stewart, M. Copeland, D. Day, C. Gay, M. Groleau, Q. Cooley, J. Schousky, F. Hawthome, R. Thies !CoschJ. Front Row-D. Banks, J. Montomgery, D. Steele, D. Aker, H. Evans, T. Jaekson,- M. Gilchrist, J. Krueger, R. Baldwin, E. Watson, W. johnson, J. Carter, C. Schmidt. Reserve Football Scores TIGERS OPPONENTS 27 G. R. Union 7 12 Holland 12 14 G. R. Catholic 0 6 Traverse City 14 12 Musk. Catholic 0 33 Grand Haven 19 17 Benton Harbor 49 6 G. R. South 26 13 Muskegon 39 .,:f F":l-l if . 4. fl -X x f sg'- 5, ' ...,. 9 3 , W A U I... - T ix , ' 5. 'lf' . P f.rs..-X ,.-.e'T W A :L M ,.- A l 4' Varsity gootgall Top-G. Williams, Coach, S. Ross, Mgr., P. Hershey, H. Hervey, D, Cude, A. Helmer, D. Glov- er, G. Covington, R, Vanderweat, C. Coleman, H. Kerbuski, H. Vines, R. Turner, M. Poholski. Third Row-Coach O. E, Johnson, G. Weaver, Mgr., R. Wisniewski, I. Klimsza, C, Scouten, R. 0'Brien, G. Baxter, E. Dooley, E. Compton, D. Christensen, E. Beene, E. Nenring, F. Mitchell. Second Row- Coach 0. Ochs, R. Taylor, W. Jarvi, R. Kent, T. Cross, P. McLemore, W. Walker, M, Terrell, J. Ramsvig, F. Dumaw, D. Krueger, D. Gordon. Front Row-J. Johnson, M. Engleright, D. Heistand, T. Erickson, F. May, T. Jenkins, C Whitlow, R. Kardian, J. Scott, C. Williams. x - Varsity Football Scores N 17 TIGERS OPPONENTS Z1 ,f IJ. ' -E 6 G. R. Union . Q '1f-.-f1"' ""53q:s 7 Holland 'B 7 G. R. cathmic f Q 4 19 Traverse City A Why, ,V-12' of 0 Musk. Catholic ' ,' ,gl A, I . 0 Grand Haven , Z i gi s , 6 Benton Harbor TX X' 6 G. R. scum M X - K 12 Muskegon at ' Q , K. 0 515' 'H at X: if AV - ' .MO M KN .Q -'S - .F-fu v f - . 1 'F . 5 " ff - - I . ff I ' 5 It 'V ' -XB,-.1 .fl ' gy ' 'Mfg i L ' .'k:,:L.2f.sf'i"" l 4 4' A we N' E Li A xg K'5l"l:,3 rv kg? 1' 354311. " W. Y 1 Z- J- ' fy Vfx it -QM ,ifaggf '.q1'f.:' :G-f 1 -LI' Ulf' ' -' Nearing ..-1-mfr, .H 1. N ' - " ll ll 'KIA '-v' gi oh, ouch ouch' Those aches and pains of the first 'V P. may day of pracnc Remember? :4..1!.' K N :1 W ' 1 EL h .rf 1 1 ,.,:,.yf.- 1. H R I J-,M '11, rw: f + 'K' 'K 'fi if a 132' 'ps--1 y ef" . ,-H, , o, gay fl'-'i i1f2li'ii: 2. f 5 fy a V" Q: ' ' Nl. 233' ., iff'-f '.f,f.f2?.'J'-Hi, I-. fr ' Hsistand UL If - ' wut: NA' 4 fi Y . Q - ,gf H. Harvey X " ul, A , 4 xfliglrivxx' K Q "- A tv izkifrn- 1 -.i6u"i'j-fiv7,Q- ia fi ' . f . ' 1: v.-1 a":.f,.iS'.N.:1.H 1353- ggi-St' if Kardian Dan Krueger, regular quarterback, has a little joke for the rest of his backfield. However, Dan was later disabled by an injury, as was Wil- Emest Dooley Charles Whitlow 112 liams, Scott and McLemore were more fortu- nate and finished the entire season. Charles Coleman Dr. Max Busard, a former Heights Tiger himself, looln into Captain Marc Engleright's back with his ears. Billy Walker Pete McLemore KZSB rolls across the goal-line for the second touchdown against Muskegon. John Scott scored earlier in the game. Varsity Football Scores ? TIGERS OPPONENTS tg 5 G. R. Union " 7 Holland -A. 7 G. R. Catholic 19 Traverse City 0 Musk. Catholic 0 Grand Haven 6 Benton Harbor 5 G. R. South 12 Muskegon The fired-up Tiger wall holds for four downs! The Big Reds were saying "Yes" but the Heights boys said "No!" Reserve Basleeigall Fxrst Row Coach Thles Rnley, Day, May, Evans, Vmes Moore Second Row Paschal Jones johnson, Autman, Copeland Myles Thxrd Raw Schmidt Manager: Skiba, Don Banks, jackson Dave Banks Hunt Manager Reserves Tlgers Opponents G. R. Union G. R. Central Benton Harbor Grand Haven Traverse City Catholic Central Muskegon Holland Benton Harbor Grand Haven Traverse City Muskegon Holland Catholic Central Mona Shores 13 Wms and 2 Losses Uarsify BasHet5all First Row, Coach Oscar E. johnson, McGregory, Davis, Hammock, Gill, jenkins. Second Row, Terrell, Zachery, Vines, Huston, Smith, Castagna, Epplett. Third Row, Weaver, Manager: jackson, Stauffer, Dooley, Doan, Walker, Nesting, Ross, Man ager. , 59" 5R'4lfxl"f., U ' my rsrrigersvv ,- Hg. 86 ' 70 5755! 3 f. 72 ,K 1 5 7l Si EVTA' Yi Y "ii .fx , 75 "wan A v jj-R 90 '--elfvferig rg 1' 75 63 83 77 62 85 83 Varsity G. R. Union G. R. Central Benton Harbor Grand Haven Traverse City Catholic Central Muskegon Holland Benton Harbor Grand Haven Traverse City Muskegon Holland Catholic Central Mona Shores 13 Wins and 2 Losses Opponents 69 63 79 5 1 57 65 63 86 100 53 75 73 76 76 54 ' -Jfitlf f 5 -,L-1 W , ' ' T 3, 3gA:,gf,f?A,u,., Q -,5.!g?Q5,1l X O z . ' . yfkgi - --. A g ,Q ' h Wk Tig' 3 -ffm kkg" aw? ,nh S1225 ' if ,.,, .I H i -. . . , Q, ., , ,, t1 i J, 5 f .kia 6 f., T, 5 fi . ,M l-K ' A gf , . i -531 , 9 ag, + Q K - rf ' ,XX . 'Q ' ' . Lxxw., K - K Y , x x ' - y?',-- ' Hifi' Q. 'Q wif T '5'?ii'4 -3fiP'22fisfef 1 f f. , ' 51 ' fa - JN, 'W Y," , I ' '.Wgx.gg,l ,E -' Q f . , f. - . - 5 Q - 1 M Egg' 211115 : Q as D 3, j '4 if M . 'M - .- A J .1 'qw , g 5 2 wwf .'f ,r X' - SQ, x,u 3 1 Rf N . , V wt W Q as I 5 ' '47 4 'S arg 5 A 1- .- 3 if R 2 A Q i 4'+',w,':.,, , , ' 'A x f , il1f?Yi:1,A .fxfi Qs' ' ,' . , ? - Q' - Q-ilgiiiifri 4' jf ,- "C' f . l . "gf Q ' N ' QQ:-' 9. W X, 9W"? Q v, C. XZ I , , - fl , fx- 2 ,V A ' K 4 'F X 5' ..,' In Qi xi 1 f E NY' 4 mswg-Huy 1 N. I ,PY ta" ' ,W 1 'Q N m, if ' ' if 5' v A v J ar? Q Q xi s s a f y A1 1 CH ' as ' "' 'li v I '- , , ,fi ' : V +, ' M -Q ,4 5 . .X Q ' I E - 't ' , .Q J 3' 1 1 I !,,1 R 44 ,Q - wx' rg a ' -yy' 1 32 1 f ,f L 2 2 12 1 V' IA' Y S .. w .. .QQ in lkgk ' .Y ' 3 ff git. -L ' gi ff G Q Qjr 5 ,. - Q 'fl Ag ' X9 M ' , 5? fq.xQk1!, 6: ig Y 31 ' 74 31 ' if i w efi ,f + if . 'J L 1. 'b " Hufure Cfiamps Mfg Q if . fff , f f x l 'fa r' T5 , uh U L X Coacfies o 1963 Mr. Arnold Ochs Varsity Football Assistant Coach Mr. Donn Westman Crossvcountry Coach Physical Education Mr. Lloyd Swelnis Baseball vig, 3. 'ifgiixf it . Mr. O. E. Johnson Director of Athletics Head Coach, Football and Basketball ,ff ' Til t 4 ' ffl 53 f fifoil T' fir .1f,1:+'fn ff s ll r 1 ,- .-.-f.f-: , .J--1-2 ' fig ggfrsgru gig, A -if S, 'J 51, Mr. Rudy Theis Track and Field Coach Reserve Basketball Coach Reserve Football die ear 1964 fa 1 -saw., .. I , K "e:4Q':...Ts,V. g ' f,'.. f1':'ifEllaeQs . if 422fgmg,sg?..Jw . AV w, '--" . ' . .-1' -.5g,t.fj:j.leW, A' - X ' ,'x.QLL,,. K B' s MFE , f 'Fi a -5'G,A5,sZQ-gfigzw r. Q , N- fs ,wif fy LW" F 1 2..-d- ..-aQ x,Y,'.. ?.-':"" Mr. jerry Williams Varsity Football Assistant Coach Mr. Gale Noel Reserve Football Coach Mr. John Sydnor Tennis Coach 119 l Adams, Thomas ..,,.., Alexander, Shirley . Alexander, William Allen, Terrie .. .. .. Ammond, Virginia Anderson, William . Angell, Connie ,..... Arnold, Loretta Ashford, Stan .,,..,.. Baldwin, Betty .. Basch, Lester . ..., , Bates, Robert ....... Battle, Billie .,.. . Baxter, George .. .. Beecham, Judie Beene, Edmon .... Bell, Evelyn Bell, Richard ..,, Bell, Sandra ...,. ,... Bensinger, Paul ...... ,. Berghius, Grant ,,..., Berghuis, Greg .,,... Berry, Katherine ., Berry, Martin ,.,.... Blackmar, Reta ........ Blakeman, Roberta Bolt, Susan .,......... Bonebrake, Sherry . Bovay, Vicki .....,... Boxer, Steve .,... Brandes, Joyce ..... Brauer, Leonard ..... Brewster. Judy ,,.., Broadbent, John ...... Brondyke, Ken .,.,,...,,, Bruckbauer, Robert Brunk, Kenneth ..., Bupp, Deanna ...,.. Burks, Easter ......, Burton, Dorthy ..... . Burton, Lucious .... Butler, Diana .,,.. .. Butts, Freddi Mae Campbell, David ...... Carsell, Tom ,.........,.. ,. Carson, Vernon ,,.. Casarez, Alex ....... Cassady, Mike ..... Castagna, Mike Cavender, Linda Cavender, Pat ...... Cecot, Richard .... Christian, David Chvala, Kathy ..... Coberly, Karen .... Coe, Cheryl ,, ....., . Coleman, Charles Conklin, Carol .. Cook, Lenard .,,,,, Cooper, Frances Covington, George 120 Senior ...............2928 Valley .. .... ..., ....., 1 7 978 130th Ave. ,1215 W. Broadway 2317 Manz . . 2162 E. Hile .. .,,, 1385 Ridge Ave. ,,.........1530 Center ...2041 Elwood ......,,....2229 Ray ,........2018 Baker ,,.,,.2908 Baker .,.....,....3001 9th .. H2229 Mclllwraith ..,.......3009 Waalkens ,5354 Davis Rd. ........2420 Superior .........2428 Leahy ,. ,.,..,..2428 Leahy , .. ...... ,,..,.. 2 332 Hoyt 2658 Hts-Ravanna Rd. 3205 Sanford , , . ,,,,. 3205 Sanford .1033 Hendrick Rd. .1033 Hendrick Rd. .....,,..2681 S. Sheridan ......,2832 Mason Blvd. .. H894 Hendrick Road 3925 Linda St. .1313 E. Sherman ,.........2942 Huizenga 7th 2441 Peck ,....,1108 Sherwood ,..,......,....3015 Mona . ...6384 Martin Rd. ., ....,,..., 2701 Worden 3016 Leahy ,......3105 Glendale ........2610 Howden ........2301 Ray St. .......,2025 Superior 2144 Baker 3244 Sunset Drive ......2859 Eastland Road .,,......2623 Mclllwraith ,, ,..,..,.... ...,. 2 536 9th 2937 Jefferson .,...,..2113 Leahy ........2113 Leahy .3229 Peck ,..... 3321 Leahy . .... 303 W. Summit H ,,,.,.,.,....... 3016 Highland ..104 Lake Shore Blvd. .. .,.. .2629 Lemuel 1167 Vick Road .....1137 E. Hile Road ..,,.2200 Superior .......,,2413 Howden Directory Crenno, Avis ..... Critchett, John Crowell, Alma ...,,., Czarney, George ..,,.. Davis, Dennis .....,.. Demuth, Pat . ,.,... . Dingler, Darryl ..,.. Dobb, Rick .,,,,,,. Dobb, Ruthann .. Doxey, Emma Dumaw, Francis ..., Dykema, Tom .,.. Dynes, Irene .,... Ehare, Norman ...... Eckerman, Carole Edlund, Bonni Engleright, Marc , English, Sandra ,.,. Epplett, Paul ..... Esh. Carl .,,........ ,.,.... Essenberg, Penny .. Ewald, Sandra Ezell, Willie ....,.. Farrior, Ruthie Faulkner, Bruce ,, .. Felcoski, Betty ,.,.... Ferencsik, Joanne . .,,. . Fergerson, Nina .,,.. Fitzgerald, janet Forry, Dyann .... Fox, Sandy .,.. Fr-ann, Margie French, Dennis ...... Fricke, Tom ...,.., Gallie, James ........ Garbrecht, Terry Garceau, Garth ..... Gerrans, Dennis Gilbert, Geraldine Gill, Aaron ,...., ...... Glenn, Milton ,,....... Glover, Darrel Goldsborough, Sheri Grandelius, Vicki Grant, Clyde ,. Grant, Sharon ,..... Greenwood, Gene Greer, Jeannette ., Griswold, Arthur Hamel, Ronnie ,. ,. Hamilton, Joanne . Hanes, Thomas Hannahs, Michael Hansen, Bob . ,....... Hansen, Connie ..,. Harvey, Herbert ..,.. Hazell, Bo .,,,. .. Heistand, Dennis Helms, Preston ,,.., Hiza, Judith ,... .. Hoffman, Marcia ,428 Seminole 3050 McDermott Hoyt .. ..., 3707 S. Waalkes 3204 Glendale ..,.,..,........2412 Peck 4015 Highgate 2714 Quarterline ..........959 Sherwood ..2021 Howden ..........2824 Leahy , .,,. 3329 Moffett ..........2855 Oak Lane ........,...3308 Highland ...,,.....257 Seminole Road ....,,.......31517 Woodcliffe 6615 Grand Haven Road 7th Petrie ....,...,.....3361 Waalkes 610 W. Oakwood .. .,., 3494 S. Dangl Rd. ,,..,..,2409 C. Superior . .,,, 2421 Howden .,........3889 Molly Blvd. .,.,..252B Jefferson H3019 Peck ., ,........,.... 2712 Jarman .,,...,1291 E. Broadway M2212 Sth .2745 Griffin ,...,....1894 Lawnel .. ,.,.,, 2213 5th 7th ...3137 Temple ......,5974 Martin Road Peck 2843 Jarman ......,,.....2504 Glade 2145 Mclllwraith .........,2420 Howden 3109 Klug Road . ..... 1628 Seminole , ...3035 Worden .,.......2108 Hoyt .,..............2984 Bailey .,.....944 Englewood Dr. . .,... 2609 Fairfield ...........3930 Buck , .....,, ,,... 2 128 Hoyt ,. .,,, 3015 Dawes Rd. ...2139 6th 1785 Bayview H3204 7th ..........2549 Shettler ..,.......,,301 E. Sherman .,....,4050 Stryker Drive ......,.......3024 Temple .,..,...,,,2924 5th .....,..2537 Sth ....,,.2225 Wood Krueger. .,,,.., .,,, 3 320 Baker Holmes, Jean ........... Hoover, Mary Lou . Horne, David ..,..,, Hough, Dale .4,,, Housler, Hughes, Lanny .... Melvin ...... Hunter, Cynthia .. Huntington, DeLinn Jackson, Don ,.., ,..,..... Jackson, Geraldine . Jackson, Lana Jacobs, Steve .. , ,, Jay, Mary Jo , Jefferson, Tommie Jenkins, Tyrone .,...., Johnson, Barbara .,.. Johnson, Ed .,..,... Johnson, Jim .. . Johnson, Randy Johnson, Roger . . , Johnston, Ronald Jones, Edna , .,,... , Joosse, Pieter ,.., .,.. Kardian, Richard Keith, Larry , ,...,.. . Kelley, Charles , . . Kempker, Gary .,,,, Kettle, Patricia ,... Kimble, Kathy .... King, Paul , ,.,. . Kirks, Betty Klimsza, Kline, L Iain lnda Kober, Frances .....,, Dan . .... . Kurburski, Loretta Kurburski, Sandra Langston, Nancy .,,,,. Larson, Maryellen .. Leach, James ,, Leadman, Wayne .. LeFear, Allice Lockhart, Bob ..,.,.. Long, Jean Luders, Barbara . Lutz, Lynda ,. Lynn, Ron Macheta, Jill .. Mangino, Mike .. ,, Mangione, Beverly Marks, David .. .. Martin, Charles ,... Matches, Bill . .. Mathews, Tamara . Matthews, Earl ...,. McCann, Fontella .. McClain, Jim .... McClain, Brent ,,., McCrae, James .... .. , McCullen, Robert McDaniel, Dora . McIntyre, Jerry Senior Peck ,.....2160 E. Virginia Dr. .. ,.... 1034 LeRoux Road .. ....,3047 Waalkes .........,..3345 Reginald Dyson ,,.....,.,,,,,3118 Sanford ,1124 Sunset Lane ,,...,......,,,2521 Wood Howden 2453 E. Broadway ,..,,...,2102 Emens H1556 Hendrick Road ,,...,.2024 Dyson ,.....,..,.2128 Dyson . ..,. ...... 3 354 Jefferson .. ,.....,....,...., 2524 Leahy .......435 Lakeshore Blvd. 3270 E. Cline Road ........4175 S, Dangl Rd. .. ...,.....2B36 7th .......,2408 A Jarman 3320 Baker St. .,,..,..79 W. Byron Rd. H6562 Grand Haven Rd. ,2301 Elwood .3211 Charles St. ..,..,506 W. Maplewood . ........... 2220 Jefferson ............ 3317 6th ..,..2l33 Dyson ...IB E. Lincoln 839 E. Broadway 2925 Sanford 3057 Fairfield .. .,.. 3057 Fairfield ...3011 Maffett ,596 Porter Road 858 W. Summit ......,,1075 Sunsett Lane .,.,.....,,..2605 Riordan .........2941 Worden 5232 S. Davis Rd. ,, ......., ..... 1 571 W. Summit 1875 Forest Park Road 2509 Jefferson Charles ,,...,,.,....,3109 Temple Mona Lake Trailer Park .1940 Shettler Rd. ,.,,., ,. 4050 Stryker Dr. .267 Harrison ..,.,,.3320 Highland 2505 Reynolds ,255 Ellis Road ,3342 Lenedo ...47l8 Hts-Ravenna Rd. ,2710 Jarman 225 E, Lincoln 2316 Man: .2621 7th Directory McPheron, Merlin ........ Miesch, Tom ........ Miller, Ruth ...,....... Minzey, Sandra Mitchell, Frank .,... Moore, Calrean Moore, Tom ..,,.. ,. Morse, Ron ....,.,,, ,. Mortenson, Stephen Mnseler, Billie .,,..... Nearing, Emanuel Norman, Gary ,....... O'Neil, Ron ......,,,.., Overly, Wayne .. Owen, Linda .,.,.. Paliatsos, Mike .. Parker, Sharon .... Pasco, Paul . ,.,.. . Pearson, Brenda .,,, Pedler, Tom ...., Peterson, Jim . .......... , Peterson, Sandra Phillipo, John .,,..,.. Pickett, Dan , Pimpleton, Donald Plichta, John ,..,,...., Poholski, Mike ....., Porter, Carolyn . . Puffer, Nancy .,..,. Puisis, Ed .,.. Rainey, Percy ., Raymond, Chuck ,..., Richards, Alma .... Riely, Valerie ,... Robinson, Grover Robinson, Mary Robinson, Mike .,,,. Root, Roberta ....... Ross, Samuel .,,,,. Sanders, Calmaree ....,. Sarade, Michael Sargent, Claude Schmidt, Linda ,.... Scott, Jerry . ,.... . Scott, John . ., Scott, Roger ..,.. Scouten, Clint Scribner, Charles . Senf, Dan ,. ,, ,, ....,..,..416 Pine St. ,........3249 Thoma .....,...2341 Wood ,............2748 Valk ..,,...2129 Superior .,......2504 Wood ......,232l Maffatt .. .......,3909 Linda St. ..,............3006 6th ...,,.......2545 Maffm ...wzoas Mclilwmim ,. ,......,..,,.. 3325 Leahy ..,....B43 w. summit ....,........2020 Park .,........3264 Sunset ...., 3116 Temple .,..,,,2644 Roberts .........5215 Davis ........2345 Riordan ...,...2125 Maffett ..........2229 Eighth 1034 Mt. Garfield .........3273 Thema ........,.2310 my ....,.,,.3009 Hoyt ........2B36 Baker 2631Surth ......,,2254 Spruce ......,..4409 Lake Harbor ....,....2420 C Dyson ,2B17 Sixth ,2037 Reynolds 2436 Lemuel .......,.2632 Hoyt .......5550 Henry ......,..,.365O Dangl .......2424 Howden .,.,,.,..2309 Hoyt .,.....,,3035 Hoyt ........2316 Manz H2921 Fifth ....,,...2340 Fifth 2624 Manz 2329 Wood . .,,. 3001 Seventh ,,... ,3074 Roosevelt 4159 S. Sheridan Shepard, Sandra ....... ........... 1 657 Shettler Sherburn, Ken . ., , Sherwood, Gail ..,, Sherwood, James A. Sherwood, James .. Sims, David ....., . Smith, Bernice . Smith, Betty Smith, Dorothy .. Smith, Geraldine .. Smith, Joann .,,.. Smith, Susan . ., Sottovia, Angela .... .,,.....3333 Temple ..,,,,.3021 Sanford .. 3725 S. Brook ,293 W. Norton 2528 Temple .. 2424 A Superior 1330 E. Broadway 2404 A Superior H .2961 Madison 555 E. Bamey .......33l2 Glendale ,, ., , 1364 Cornell 121 Sottovia, James .,,.., Sprecken, Brenn ..., Sternburgh, J oe ..... Stevens, Barbara Stockli, Linda ...... Stout, Nancy ,,,. .. .....,..l364 Cornell ........3966 Michael ....,..3370 Eighth .......,2388 Chester .... 3008 Sanford .......l889 Manor Strohm, Carolyn . ,.,....., ..,,, 3 217 Peck Sumner, Judy . ..,.. . Susterich, Diane .. Swanson, Ken .... Taylor, Bob . .,.,,,, , Temple, Marilyn ,, Terpstra, Pat ,,,. .. Terrel, Jack .... Thomas, Paul ., ., Thompson, Shirley .,,.., Thorstenson, J anice Townsel, Lessie .. Travis, Milton ..... Tudor, Dan .... ,,.. Turner, Ronald Vanderstelt, Joe .. Vaughn, Lula ,....... Veal, Melvin .. 122 .,..,.....3208 Glendale .,.,. 2924 Eighth ,......4932 Greenfield .....2870 Huizenga ....,,....2825 Roy .,......555 Ellis H2536 Hoyt ...,,...3354 Sixth ....... 2025 Wood . .,,...... 2619 Sixth 261 7 Mclllwraith 2201 Hoyt ........3089 Henry . ., ,3954 Michael ,,....689 Pontaluna ., ....,,,. 2144 Leahy ..,....2529 Elwood Vines, Johnnie . ,,.,. ....... ......... 2 5 00 Leahy Vines, Uverline ,. Waite, Judy , ,..,.. , Walker, Artence Walker, Karon .,.. Walker, William Way, Judy ...,. , ,. Weaver, Gerald ,, Weaver, Shirley ,... . Werly, Roger Werner, Richard , ...,, ..,.,,., , Whitlow, Charles Williams, Dan ,. Williams, Jerry ,, Williams, Shirley Williams, Yvonne Willis, Nancy . Winfree, Earlene Wood, Sandra .,.... Wright, Harold . Yokubonus, Phillip ....,... Young, C. G. ,,....... . Young, Michael Zuiclema, Jane Autographs 2334 Mclllwaraith ,,.,...3924 Michael ........2037 Hoyt .........2121 Hoyt .........2l20 Dyson .........2975 Valley .,....3109 Mona ........,..3037 Park ...... .664 Hendrick .2812 S. Sheridan Q .1432 E. Summit . ,,., ..... 2 437 Manz .,...,202l Reynolds .. 1116 Byron ..........240B Leahy M2734 S. Roberts .....,2l37 Ray ....,.127S Wealthy 2417 Lemuel .. .,,.,., 2225 Reynolds . M1434 Princeton 2 '.ll l I 15 Aufograpfi , f' df' .,.-M! rf' Z, .f ,J ,sf . Af'x I -J Z' QQ. Z fqff Z bfi l'G Y' 'ff 'A- . 7 ',f- M, ,. . ' ',fff,,f, 'S f4i',9j': , ' , A A 'fx- -, .ax . -' 'ff .1 - - f ff x ' . , ,7.4' " u -ji --' 1.3 f . 'gf , '49, "L ,i .. X My 'Y fpffi , fr' I 'V Q", ,f ' ' f W jf' 41 3 X Alstrom Construction .,..,.. American Coil Ez Spring ...,,. Anderson Packing .....,..... Anderson Plumbing ..,. Ar-Jers Clothing ..,. Bishop Auto Sale .,,,, Black Angus .. ,..., .. Bolkins ......,, , Brunswick ,,.... Buels . ..............,,..... . Burger Chef ,... ....,...., ....., Campbell Wyant Cannon , ...., Christenson Studio .,... Cline Green House .............,....,., Coca Cola Bottling Company ..,,,... Cohn's Furniture .,......................, Columbia Studio ....,,. ,...., Commercial Press ,,.... Consolidated Gas . Consumers ..., ......... Cooper's Flowers .,,.. Coscarelli ...., D k C Dimestore ..... Damm Hardware .,... Daniels ,....,............. Dawes . ...............,,...,..., , Economy Hardware ,.......,..... Robert L. Fisher Hardware ..... Forries Auto Sales ...... .. Fredericks Lumber ...,.,...,. Fritz's Drugstore .,....,....,........,..... Greater Muskegon Professional Photographers Association .... ...., Hackley Union Bank Heineman Pharmacy ..,,. . Hendrick Realtor .,..,... Hoppes Market .,..,..,.. .... Alfred J. Hunter ............... Jiroch Candy Bn Tobacco .. . Ken 8: Bea's ...,....,.......,..... Fred Knack Ford ,.,.. Lakos ............,,..... Lanzlois ..... 126 Ad Qnciex ........135 ..,..,.,144 145 ...,....134 ..,.....143 ..,.....128 ........136 ......,.13l .......,145 ........130 .......,139 ...,...,141 ........137 ........130 ........139 ......,,132 .....,..143 ........140 .......,132 ........132 ,.......127 .......,128 .....,..140 ..,.....130 ........131 ........131 ....,...138 ......,.143 .....,..130 ........129 ......,.142 ........154 .,......140 .,.....,132 ........129 ........136 .....,..139 .......,150 ,.......134 ........129 . 138 43. Lee Funeral Home ....... Lee Br Son Hardware ........ 45. Lockage .,.......,,.. ., ...,,. ., Mart's Sunoco Service .... McDonald's ....,.,,,,...,.. ,,.,,,.. Medendorp Auto Parts ,,,... Moore's Florist ...........,,... Mum Bros, Garage ....,......................... ....... Muskegon Bank G: Trust .,.,.. ,.,,..,...,, ,,..,.. Muskegon Federal Savings B: Loans ...... ....... Muskegon School of Business 54. National Lumberman's Bank Paris Studios .... ,... ,.... ..,. ,,.. . . . Parson's Department Store ...... ....... Potter's Lamps .......,.,....,,....., Punches Market ........... Pyle Pattem ........,.,........... Radium Photo Service .....,. Reliable Truck 6: Crane ....,. Remwolt Cleaners ,..,,....,... Rieth-Riley Construction ,,.... Rudy's Friendly Service .,... Riuter Bros. .........,,....... . Sealed Power ...,, Shaw Box .,,......... . Shaw Walker ..,..........,...,,.. Siestema Floor Covering .... Snawhite Bakeries ,...........,.. Socks Sabins ...,... The' Square ........,...,,.. Stariha Agency ........, ....., Steve's Beauty Shop ,.., Terri Lee Market .....,... Tjapkes IGA ..... Vandervelde ,.....,..,.. Vincint Chevelet ...,....... ,. Voss Hardware ........,..,,..,...,.,......... ....... Votaw's Radio-Electric Service Windatt Pontiac .... ..............,,. . ..... . Wittkopp ............. Yonker Supply ........ Camera Shop ..... Hahn Pharmacy .... 128 134 137 144 145 131 136 131 137 140 150 139 160 143 135 140 138 138 129 141 137 138 130 147 135 128 130 145 136 129 131 132 132 135 133 140 130 131 132 144 130 153 153 F JAMES coscAnIaI.LI PERE MARQUETFE PARK LAKE MICHIGAN CONCESSIONS JIM coscAIzEIII, Prop. Res. Phone PL 5-I46I No. I concession Phone PL 5-46I Four Stands for Your Convenience "WoRLD'S BEST BEACHES AND SWIMMING WATERS" MINIATURE TRAIN AND KIDDIE RIDES TRY OUR FREEZER FRESH POLAR ICE CREAM "Real Italian Pizza" MINIATURE GOLF Concession Service from Channel Wall Io Bronson Park BRONSON PARK NO. 4 STAND Esffblifhed LEE FUNERAL HOME off Slfeef 1920 Purkms Everything for the office, except machines - chairs, desks, Fire-Files, CONGRATULA-I-'ONS' SENIORS! filing cabinets, indexing systems, from D. 8. C. STORES, INC. Headquarters for all School Supplies loose-leaf and payroll systems- 5,000 products, each "time-engi- neered" to help get more done, easier, and in less time. 'ummm su npr' CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of BISHOP AUTO SUPPLY 2028 Peck SI' PA 26088 Largest Exclusive Makers of Office Furniture 128 and Filing Equipment in the World lllllulllllllllll DressRIgh'I- You Can'I' Afford Noi Tol THE SQUARE 325 W. Wesfern Ave. Muskegon, Michigan MUSKEG-ON'S FINEST STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS I-IOPPE'S SUPER MARKET Phone PE 3-1061 273 E. Broadway Street FRITZ DRUG STORE PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS SINCE I9II I975 Apple Sfreef Peck af Broadway I ,,,-k ., A WA LAKOS RESTAURANT and CHARCOAL HEARTH ISIluIu, Chem, Chlrlun, Sen Food! 428 WEST WESTERN Kllchen npnn 'III Iz30 A.M. .lun south el Bnmdway Saiisfled Customers Are Our Besfl RELIABLE TRUCKING 8: CRANE SERVICE INCORPORATED 2906 Henry Street Phone p E 31-595 12 9 BUEL'S "Shoes to fit the occasion and the family." For the Best in Flower and Vegetable Plants" CLINE'S GREENHOUSE Corner of Hume and Ninth Street, Hts. Open evenings Phone P. E. 31003 DANIELS . . 364 W. Western Avenue Dislinrlizfe Gifts RIIITER BIIUS. Plumbing, Healing and Air Conditioning zu: Mmm sneer rnsmous rea-aeu SIETSEMA FLOOR COVERING FLOOR TILE - CARPET CERAMIC TILE - PLASTIC TILE 329 W. Broadway Phone P E 3.9900 MUSKEGON HTS., MICHIGAN YONKER SUPPLY CO. Wholesale Plumbing 8. Heating Equipment Industrial Supplies 1338 WOOD STREET FREDRICKS LUMBER CO. 130 VOSS HARDWARE 2027 Peck Street MURN BROS. GARAGE Complete Motor Rebuilding Motor Tune-up Expert Body Work 1810 P l St I M slugon H ghl ECONOMY HARDWARE 81 GIFT SHOP "Econamize with Economy" 2812 Peck Street Muskegon Heig Phone PE 32-273 BOELKINS 2300 Moffett Street Finer Foods A pleasant place to shop M h ' hts DAWES FLORIST Compliments of VOTAW'S RADIO ELEGTRIG SERVICE Telephone PE 3-1995 2934 Peck Street Courtesy of MEDENDORP'S AUTO PARTS AND SUPPLIES 2701 Peck Street Compliments of THE STARIHA AGENCY Real Estate - Insurance Frank Stariha, Jr., Class of '46 James Stariha, Class of '53 Phone: PE 3-2169 2916 Sanford St 131 coMPuMsNrs or 'T s Ns, l 1 ' .. J:--le '-'W-C73 Q- - CLYDE HENBRIBK REALTOR and INSURANCE AGENT Phone: PE 32134 2301 Peck St. , x , . Egg? In I0 coucn ATIONSK .' -tu UL :JW You have reached one of Iife's im- portant goals . . . graduation. Now, as you press toward even bigger accomplish- ments, we extend our best wishes for con- tinued success. Reddy Kilowair Your Electric Servanf CONSUMERS POWER COMPANY WINDATT 1 PONTIAC 2001 Peck Si. X ' Phone PA 2-6056 132 46:3 Furniture Corner Peck 8. Broadway Muskegon Heights, Michigan TERRI LEE MARKET Groceries Beer 8. Wine-Cold Beverages Frozen Foods-Produce Open 9 AM Till Midnight Every Day Plenty of Free Parking 2937 Peck Hrs ...............,,. ,,,..,,.,,.,,,, P E39232 Phone 3-2355 STEVES BEAUTY SHOP Slfvena Addink Besr Wishes Class of 1964 SAY IT WITH COOPER'S FLOWERS 2512 Peel: Street Phone PE 3-2218 .n . ins. 4' , Y 1. ff VANDERVELDFS Furnifure and Carpefs Broadway af Fiflh Muskegon Heighfs GREAT THINGS A mileslone's about ARDUND ' h e" THE CURNER p o learning. And ahead? The course is yours to choose, whether it bemnre sim? art -e star! of a career. We at Michigan onsolidated G C an ' 'n friends and famil in o app n our graduation marks a decisive period in your life, Behind is animportanhform- ative eriod f as omp y ion y wishing you well in your new adven- tures . . . hoping that your new-worlds- ld-conquer outlook never dims. MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY UIUIF r Beaufifully Builf To Take Care of Hself 1964 FORD CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1964 from ANDERSON PLUMBING and HEATING 2429 Peck Street Phone PE 3-2935 FRED KNACK FORD, INC Peck ai' Sherman Phone PE 3-I36I J. H. Lee 8 Son Hardware 134 Congratulations to the Class of 1964 PoH'er's Lamp Co. Dial PE 3-I806 2719 Peck Street Muskegon Heights, Michigan TJ APKES I.G.A. DISCOUNTER Airport Plaza Muskegon, Michigan Congratulations to the Class of 1964 Alstrom Construction, Inc Post Office 8 Muslregon Heights, Michigan Phone: SW 84595 or SW 8-H75 ll I st hall! G9 Offers Warm Congratulations to the Senior Class of l964 Never before in the history of the world have our young people had greater opportunities to forge a new and better way of life. May each of you find success and much happiness in the years to MANNING, MAXWELL 8: MOORE, INC. CRANE AND Hoist DIVISION - MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN 135 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1964 Q Q J from ,I -j Boa Moons, Florist R K f,.22:eP:s3f:f:a "Sum 50? BMC rs I FINE I OU an Q3 FOGD Our Cleaning NWSAA, A TRUCK SERVICE p ' PHONE 3-2409 I Q . H i xxx 'of' Q ,. '. - I 'I ', Qtlln ' ' -. I If A W ' ., P I M BROADWAY AT LEAI-IY ,,..v...W,...-.,-.I, ., O , . . . . . - .,,, W...I..a.q.,fI..,mw...f1.,.,.f.I.........,I ,,,, .,., ,, A, 5 - 6.111-Av---A-..wI,......,......-,.A. ,,,, . , , T- -- "mf-assassin "WHOLE AND INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTORS" ALFRED J. HUNTER 81 CO. 136 Construct by Contract REITH - RILEY Construction Co., Inc. Engineers and Contractors 1920 Lakeshore Drive Muskegon, Michigan Telephone PL 5-1219 PAVEMENTS - BRIDGES SEWERS -- EXCAVATIONS FOUNDATIONS THE MUSKEGON BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 44 fy:-'I-1, .1545 , dh. T A , -ggr jf- ' -5 .snr A T I sd-ll A M VIL: 'lIiinn'i ' J--f:""' .tg H " 1 Main office 335 Wesferh Setting Branches I070 Peck 15:8 I 00 W. Colby-Whitehall S in. 82I W. Broadway mme l270 W. Lakeion Member F.D.l.C. JTUDIC 97 E. Diana Ave. Ph0I1e2 PA 2-6203 137 Congratulations and Good Luck RUDY'S FRIENDLY SERVICE Sixth and Broadway Phone PE 3-9238 Rudy Butas, Prop. COMPLIMENTS of PYLE PATTERN AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY 138 LANGLOIS STORES "HOME OF" WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES TAPPAN AND MOTOROLA 2 Stores 2905 Peck Street And B Itl Plaza-Apple A stop un 1 Iykffk 59 HAMBURGER' J W "MII HAM BURGERS for the worldh greatest ay!-If I Q ff I ' - . F I X tx 7 -V my ul Compliments of Jiroch Candy and Tobacco Company Since 1866 "Where Your Future ls Our Future" N T' , '- .". LUMBERMAN'S B N Msmusle: rzm:nAL nsrosn' nnsurumcz conronrruou 225 W. Western Laketon at Sanford Sherman at Wickham Beltline Plaza F-smxtiktv ft- ' a L ,., Home ofthe Worldb Greatest 150 Hamburger! alaaptton,u5.ng1o0Ap bf 4 d gran edbunl vum...n1y at 4 ly 15: 2118 Peck St. MUSKEGON HTS., MICH. Phone PA 2-6496 Refreshing remembrance AUTOGRAPHS " ' , fc - x 'qv qx ..-.i...l.1 4 IA go , , 3 vt ... I .......... A4 syn-N, IN ' : ...-..- 1 , it int f G7- n 'ty m. c -cd cm- . 5, '-""-' Wm: 4llNl,Yl' ' 6Q6Z lonlnaundurnulon o a mr u nnyby Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Muskegon 139 HEINEMAN PHARMACY BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1964 "Everything a good drug store sltoulcl be." DAMM'S Sporting goods Specialists 635 Ottawa St., Muskegon Best Wishes From Congratulations to Class ol 1964 ' I PUNCHES THRIFTWAY MARKET 3162 HEIGHTS RAVENNA RD. ,f N I Assummm rr-:ons rs 9-3240 if T... 'M num: rnon rmlr nz iiu M 1 - fd,.. VINCENT CHEVROLET HENRY AT SHERMAN AND 140 Commercial Press SEAWAY DRIVE REMWOLT CLEANERS CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE GRADUATES OF THE CLASS OF 1964 alixperience keeps a dear school, but fools will learn in no other." -Ben Franklin CAMPBELL, WYANT, AND CANNON FOUNDRY COMPANY Greater Muskegon Professional Photographers Association CONRAD'S COLUMBIA STUDIO 809 Terrace Street PA 2-3013 LEONARD KOOIMAN STUDIO 1663 Terrace Street PA 2-6587 CHRISTENSON STUDIO 97 E. Diana PA 2-6203 TOURCOTTE STUDIO Lyman Building PA 2-6714 CAL JOHNSON STUDIO 503 Catherine Avenue PA 2-3986 BECKQUIST CAMERA SHOP Terminal Arcade PA 2-6707 FELT STUDIO 1205 Third Street PARIS STUDIOS 137 E. Laketon PA 4-7104 Q CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1964 May you go on to bigger and better things. Your future is in your own hands. PARSONS DEPARTMENT STORE Musxeeow HEIGHTS We are ready, willing, and able to serve you with 104 Famous Na- tionally Advertised Brands. You'll be amazed at our selections. YUUR SENIUR CLASS PHIITIIGRAPHER USED CARS PARTS since 1939 PE 3-9856 "FAMOUS FOR FAIRNESSH In Business Over 20 Years FORRIES AUTO SALES Cars Bought - Sold - Exchanged Class of , , , 2890 Getty Poriraifs Dnstmchon A V V, -A "The Stores Thu! Know You" V I -'ruxeno JUNCTION" ,il For all your formal needs NO CAMERA CHARGE "' j" A SATISFACTION ASSURED Cfoilizng 809 Terrace Street, Next Door to HosIer's 296 W. Western Ave. 101 E. Colby Sc. Muskegon, Michigan Whitehall, Michigan . Phone PA 2-1606 TW 4-4754 Call PA 2-3013 for appointment 143 Congrafulafions 'Io Ihe Graduafing Class of I964 from WITTKOPP MART'S sunoco ssnvlcs TEMPLE AND BROADWAY AMERICAN COIL SPRING COMPANY 144 - - ,1. , 6 K: -t h2,. ack? CORPORATIPON 5 x is J7. fi 0 5 z 'PE 5.7 'lfnfim 'I :F ' iflftfvii viii, 1. I .. 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Anderson Packing Co 145 Il won::I:uI aid .IIIICY HI-IIHBIINGENS 150 THICK MILK SHIIKES 209 Some like baseball others tennis . . . but feasting at McDonalds is a sport everybody enjoys. No wonder! Juicy purebcef Burgers. Golden brown Fries always fresh. Sm-o-o-o-t-h delicious Milk Shakes . . . all 3 for only47 C After the game . . . anytime . . . join our McDonald s booster clubi Fun! Good food! Friendly atmosphere! PURE BEEF CHEESEBURGERS . .. 20C TRIPLE-THICK MILK SNAKE... 20g FRESH GOLDEN FRENCH FRIES.. 126 I C I img, spaedee drive-ins UFTEN IMITRTED, NEVER DIIPLICIITED PLENTY OF FREE PARKING 1831 Sherman Blvd. 1491 Apple Avenue CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE 1964 GRADUATING CLASS! Like the Sealed Power sign says, you have insured your job future by "work well done." Through application and study you have graduated from High School. This is an important step in your life - a milestone on the road toward a rewarding and satisfying future. Today's industrial challenges are complex. 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Total enrollment for 1922-91 5. First faculty-30 members 6. First school colors- Green and White 7. First senior class colors-Blue and Gray 8. First football coach-Mr. Misner 9. First Board of Education President-P. H. Cashbaugh Secretary-Fred Ridout Treasurer-G. C. jaschek Tmstee-T. j. Pedler Trustee-H. E. Lowes 10. First "OAKS" editor- Kenneth Gabel 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10. 11. Gymnasium addition constructed- 1954 Shop addition constmcted- 1956 Principal-Mr. H. A. Kruizenge Graduating class - 280 Total enrollment - 1087 Faculty School - 54 members colors-Orange and Black Senior class colors- Black and Gold Football coach-Mr. Oscar Johnson Board of Education President - Robert McCaleb Vice President-Mrs. Gertrude Mclntyre Secretary-Edwin Anderson Treasur er - Jay Retsema Trustee - Foster Bishop Trustee - Robert Garrison Trustee - Anita Herald "OAKS" editor - Penny Essenberg 157 911 Memoriam Gut' President John F. Kennedy 1917 - 1963 "Ask not what your country can do for youg ask what you can do for your country." Inaugural address, January 20, 1961 john F. Kennedy was bom May 29, 1917, in Brookline, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston. He attended Princeton and Harvard Universities, graduating cum laude from Harvard in 1940. He attended graduate school at Stanford University, Stanford, California, before enlisting in the Navy in 1941. At 29, he became the youngest member of the House of Representatives, where he served for six years. In September, 1953, he married Jacqueline Lee Bouvier and they had two children. He was a member of the Senate for eight years. Campaigning with Lyndon B. Johnson in the 1960 presidential election, he won by a plurality of fewer than 150,000 votes of the 70 million cast. The electoral college vote registered 303 to 219 for Nixon. He was inaugurated january 20, 1961, He was the youngest man ever elected President and the first Roman Catholic. 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