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

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Q 8 W h ,,, M W u,,.: a -up..is.-...N 'K Nm -v M fi-O' i 1 -J il "" ' MV- . +4 Q' I I 'ww w. M 1 A -fga. X A I FACULTY EDITORS Ann Beard Evelyn Frierson SENIOR EDITORS Patsy Meisch Delores Zarimba EDITORS IN CHIEF Rosemary Poland Anita Kimble ACTIVITIES EDITORS Donna Lee Pam Pressler SPORTS EDITORS Joella Bartels Sherry Heinakoski Rudolph Fitzner UNDERGRAD EDITORS ADVERTISING EDITORS Sandy Minott Joan Shaffer Terri Holwerda Judy Cox MUSIC AND ART EDITORS PHOTOGRAPHERS pat Gaunt Loren Reynolds Linda Bruckbauer Sally Webster STAFF ADVISERS Mr. Murray Editorial Mr. Schregardus Advertising a b I e 0 f Faculty aaa' Aa'mz'atstratt0n Seniors .. ... Uadergrads . . . . . . Aettatttes . . . . . . Music and Dramattes . . Atlttetzes. .. ... Advertisements .... . . . aatents page 74 page 25 page 60 page QU page 80 page708 page726 6 ey ' ,. , 'I 9 's t N QA Q .smea ..- x,:. -V QHM Xtx x E Q, " ':ae:.j ,. A Qmgkfffgg XR, Vx A E2 UW if if X Q. ,H Ns X r. X QM -Q X, ,ef The Graduating Clam of 7955 gratefully a'ea'ieates this the Forty Fourth Volunie. of The 041155 to our class aa'oi5er5 Mrs Eloise Heaton Mr Donn Westman Mr Lawrence Sohauele We talfe this ololoortunity to thank through our high school yearf X21 X I thenifor their helloful guidance 1 Q . fi I i ! . Q Q 2 3 5 ff 3 3 , 1 3 X i X E Q Z Faculty and Aa'mz'nz'sz'm1f0rs Sei Um Course for Zfze Fulure CClockwise, around the tableb Mr. Fred Strong Dr. Robert E. Garrison Mr. Foster O. Bishop Mr. Robert B. McCaleb Mrs. Gertrude A. McIntyre John L. Terrell Edwin W. V. Anderson BOARD OF EDUCATION Robert B. McCaleb, President ..,.,.,,........,.. ...,... 1 966 Edwin W. V. Anderson, Vice-President ...... ....... 1 967 Gertrude A. McIntyre, Secretary ........ ....... 1 965 Foster O. Bishop, Treasurer ......,..,.... ....... 1 966 Robert E. Garrison ...........,... ......, 1 967 Anita M. Herald ....,,. ,...... 1 965 John L. Terrell ....,...........,......,...............,.......,............ 1968 ANNUAL ELECTION OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT Second Monday in june STANDING COMMITTEES Building and Grounds: Anderson, Garrison, Terrell Business Matters 85 Salaries: Bishop, McIntyre, Herald Educational Matters: McIntyre, Anderson, Herald Finance: Bishop, Garrison, Terrell, Anderson CThe first named is the chairmanj Athletic Board of Control: Bishop, Garrison REGULAR MEETINGS Third Wednesday of each calendar month at 7:15 p.m. Mr. Fred Sirong Su,oerz'nzfeno'er2i of Schools Mrs. Anita M. Herald Mr. james McCu!!en Director of Teacher Personnel Princzjml Mrs. Anna Harvazfh Secrelar Mr. H. A. Kruizenga 'y A.B., M.A. Degrees Hope College University of Michigan Assisicmi Prz'n5zQbcz! Mrs. Bonnie Baughman Mr. Leonard S:hregardus Secrelary A.B., M.A. Degrees Hope College Michigan State University ozmselors Mrs. W. E. Murray Mr. Del Firme Miss Buttermore Sec retary Miss J. Schroeder Miss Mary Needham gig IE Bidvia Mr. R. Campbell ce-fifralegixfeh' U ' 't BA' Degree 1C lgafl HIVETSI y - C Graduate Studies, Muskegon Community o ege . U W M. h. U . .t University of Michigan Eesieiln lc lgan mversl y Commercial and Civics ng is Golf Coach 3 ,. , we -13 :, fi Q Mr. J. Charon Mr. J. Cobb B.M.E. Degree A.B., M.A. Degrees Central Michigan University Western Michigan University Director of Choral Music University of Michigan Choraliers, Boys Quartet, EHgliSh Boys Glee Club Miss M, Cobb Mr. D. G. DeWitt B.S. Degree A.B., M.A. Degrees Western Michigan University Hove College Physical Education University of Michigan Booster Club Adviser English Intramural Sports Director Mrs. D. Dingler MY- W- Dinglel' B.S. Degree B-S- Degfee North Dakota State University W9SfeI'I1 MlChlg8n UU1VefS1tY Home Economics W00dW0fking Mrs. S. Engle A.B. Degree Hope College English Junior Class Adviser Mr. Del Firme A.B., M.A., P.D. 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Claude's hobbies are listed as playing records and dancing . . . Ambition "to do his Seniors TERRIE MAE ALLEN General "Saintly" remains happy . . . Enjoys going to Church, visiting the sick, singing in the choir, traveling from place to place and making friends with others . . . Dislikes walking to school in the winter . . . Ambition to become a nurse. best in everything I try to do." ALPHONZO ANDERSON General "Butch," as his friends call him likes good times and night clubs . . . Dis- likes sophisticated girls . . . His hob- by is listening to Jazz . . . Ambition . . . to become a successful Barber. JACK ANDERSON General "Jacko," always a friend to those who knew him well . . . Likes money and certain girls and guys . . . Dislikes getting up early every moming, and snobbish people . . . Hobbies are swim- ming, cars, shows . . . Ambition printer. LINDA JO BALKEMA Commercial Known around school as "Balky'. Par- ticipated in Band, Choir, Choraliers, Booster Club, Debate Club, also pres- ident of Girls League in her church and Sec.-Treas. of R.C.Y.F. Likes traveling, fun, and dancing. Dislikes unfriendly people. Ambition . . . to become a secretary. FRANK ACIE L. BANKS General Frank was an active member of cross- country and track. He also partici- pates in Junior Achievement. His , career plans are to be either a Forest l Ranger or Draftsman. His big dream is to someday visit the Olympics. W MERCY ANN BARNEY General Mercy has been active in Youth for Christ and various after school sports. She won her MH letter in her Junior year. In the future Mercy would like to be a physical education teacher or perhaps join the Air Force. JOELLA BARTELS College Well-liked, good-looking "Jo" partici- pated in French Club, Make-up and Hairstyling for the Senior Play, Jour- nalism Staff, and Student Council. Jo likes wild parties, tough cars, and good food . . . dislikes people who pretend to be something they're not. SUSAN BARTELS College "Sue" participated in National Honor Society, was a Junior and Senior Arbor Girl, and former treasurer of F.T.A. Outside school, Sue was a member of J.A. Likes courteous peo- ple - dislikes talkative people. Fu- ture ambition - to be useful to the community. 30 JACQUELINE BASS College "Jackie" belonged to Girl's Glee club, A Cappella Choir, Choraliers, Gym- nastics, and participated in the All School Play. She's also in her Church choir and N.A.A.C.P. Likes Johnnie, jazz, food, and having a good time . . . Dislikes homework. Ambition... Teacher or Hairstylist. BARBARA ANN BATTLE College Quiet, friendly, and sincere are 'tBarb's" characteristics. She lists her likes as sports and boys . . . Dislikes conceited people. Ambition . . . to become anything successful. Q65 ANN MARIE BEARD College There's never a dull moment when "Whiskers" is around. Participated in F.T.A., Spanish Club, President of Y-Teens, Oaks and Acorn Staff. Be- longs to her Church choir . . . Likes having fun, jazz, and traveling . . . dislikes conceited people. Hobbies... sewing and skating. Ambition . . Elementary Teacher. JANET BENNSINGER General "Jan", was a busy member of F.A.A. Her future ambition is to make lots of money. Parties, pizza, and having fun comprises her list of likes. She dislikes people who think they are better than anyone else. Her hobbies . . . bowling and horseback riding. JUAN BERRY Commercial "Happy-go-lucky Juan," as he is de- scribed by his friends, takes a Hspec- ial" interest in Spanish. His other favorites include girls, dancing and food. For entertainment it's listening to records. In the future he would like to become an engineer. ROBERT I. BERRY College "Bob" is an active member of the Heights band and also plays with the school's Dance Band. Outside of school he is a member of the Heights VFW band, and the Scottville clown band. His ambition of coursc Band Director. LA VERNE L. BLACKSHIRE College "Vern" has participated in Future Teachers and is an active member of Spanish Club. Her interests are music, sewing, and science. She dis- likes lazy people and uncleanliness. She spends her leisure time reading and playing the piano. Ambition: Medical Technology. CATHERINE ELAINE BLAKE Commercial Cute, happy, and petite, that de- scribes our "Cathy". Participated in F.A,A., Y-Teens, and Intramural Sports. Likes having a good time, food, and a certain boy . . . dislikes stuck-up people. Hobby . . . roller skating. Ambition . . . successful Sec- retary. CLYDE BOLSER College Sharp and very friendly is "Bill", He participated in the Senior Play, For- ensics, Student Council, Inter-School Council and was a Varsity Debater. I-Ie likes fast cars, nice girls and traveling. His future ambition: a Foreign Service Officer. THELMA BORDEAUX Commercial "Always ready with a smile" best describes Thelma. She was active in Future Accountants of America and was chosen a Junior Arbor Girl. She dislikes almost nothing. Thelma plans to become a secretary or a typist. CRISTINA BORRO College Our friendly smiling visitor from Uruguay. She is active in Student Council and journalism. She is also a Girl Scout. She likes swimming, hockey, basketball, and snow. She has no dislikes. Her ambition is to be a Medical Doctor. 31 GARY BOTTEN General Friendly and always ready for fun is Gary . . . Works outside of school in Bottenls Saw Mill . . . Likes one girl and fast cars . . . Dislikes English . . . Hobbies are working on cars and eating . . . Ambition - to be a barber. Commercial operator. ROGER BROWN College Roger, known as "Rog" to everyone, participated in baseball and band. Rog, who is a friend to all, likes band and math class. His dislikes are bor- ing and conceited people. He also col- lects stamps and plans on becoming a math teacher. General KENNETH BUDNIK College Along with being a finalist in the Na- tional Merit Scholarship contest Ken is an active member of Honor Socie- ty, orchestra, bridge club and Junior Achievement. In the future Ken would like to be an electronics en- gineer. His hobby: Stamp Collecting. 32 LINDA BRINGEDAHL Better known as 'ABringl' . . . active in the Senior Class Play and Sub- Juniors. Likes good food, good shows, lots of clothes and money. Dislikes snobs. Ambition . . . to be an IBM DONALD LEWIS BRYANT Don, who has been active in football and track. As a member of the Heights band he has won several first place awards in various state com- petitions. Don is also a member of the Heights VFW band. His ambi- tion: To travel. Seniors DONNA MAE BRONDYKE College joys sewing and is undecided about her future. RON BRYANT General "Sparkling and always happy" best describes Donna. She participated in Spanish Club and also worked on the Canary Project. Donna has a part- time job at a grocery store. She en- "Ron" is described as shy and inde- pendent. He lists his likes as vaca- tions and playing records, and just having a good time in general. Ron dislikes homework and school. His goal in life: "To succeed in every- thing he attempts." JEANETTE BOVAY General Jeanette is active in her church and is a member of the youth group there. She likes crowds, big cities, and hockey games but dislikes cowboy movies. Her hobby is handicraft work. Jeanette would like to become a typ- ist. LINDA BRUCKBAUER General Linda was the art editor of Oaks and Acorn and a Student Council alter- nate. Linda bowls and is her team captain. She wishes to become a happy housewife. She likes jerry, cooking, and being happy. She dis- likes stuck-up people and being lone- ly. GARY BURNS College Being the friendly type, Gary quite naturally dislikes unfriendly people. He played tennis in his junior year and has a part-time job at a gas station. He likes basketball, football, cars, and parties. Gary's hobby is watching professional football. X M. Q S at it ? GLENDA CADY Commercial "Red", as she is known by her friends. Her likes are Ron and going camping . . . Dislikes self-centered people. Her hobbies are horseback riding and photography. She would like to be- come a secretary and have a happy marriage. Q65 GWANDOLYN MARIE CALLAWAY College "Gwen" as she is called by her friends, was Vice-President of Soph. class, chaplain in Y-teens, active in Spanish Club and F.T.A. She lists her likes as boys, boys, and more boys. She dislikes loud mouth girls. She's employed at Sanitary Dairy. General SANDRA CARLSON College LINDA LEE CAMET Commercial 4'Happy-go-lucky" best describes Lyn. She was in Spanish Club and in the Senior Play. She enjoys being around people, having fun, and being happy, while disliking snobs and know-it-alls. Her ambition is to be successful in whatever she does. JACK CARLSON College "Jackol', the drummer boy of the Tiger band. Jack participates in the band and also plays baseball. His likes are cars, sports, and money. Hfs dislikes are talkative girls. Jack's hobbies are working on cars and his ambition is undecided. VERNON CARSON Petite and happy best describes "Sandy", who participated in Booster Club, Debate Club, Canaries, and Bridge Club. She was also active in Girl Scouts. Sandy lists people in general as her likes, sewing and playing cards, as hobbies. Ambition- nursing. "Gris,' played basketball and volley- ball also he likes playing baseball, tonk, and likes to swim. He wants to make a lot of money and to use it wisely. He likes to joke, eat, and travel. He dislikes bad people and loud mouths. ri x xc wo KAL ,Quigle- xxx? .Q x 'RN X te yea s Sis SIDNEY CHANDLER General 'Little Changn participated in reserve football and track. He dances, skates, and boxes. He would like to become a good dancer. He likes dancing, skat- ing, football, and one girl only, He dislikes conceited girls. He likes to eat and sleep. LLOYD COMPTON College Lloyd played reserve and varsity football, and track. Lloyd wishes to become a research chemist. He likes Joanne, chemistry, and reading. He dislikes people who try to be what they aren't. He just likes to tinker around. ?f1x,9,f'X' we 1 .4 K ...gf I- f-is -- ei - .s.... ..e-...xt--:12zfs.,t.. . .zest - - .. --5-Q I .. :z.Qsf2a- einem 1 . is 4 JUDY COX College Judy, 'fpert and cute and always ready for fun." Activities include: French Club, Future Teachers, Span- ish Club, Oaks and Acorn Staff, and Sub-juniors. Likes . . . everything, especially Mike. Dislikes . . . staying home on weekends and term papers. Hobby is bowling. Ambition-Teacher. JERRY CRITCHETT College jerry is one member of the Senior Class that's full of fun! He played baseball in his Jr. and Sr. years . . . Likes . . . girls, baseball and food... Dislikes conceited people . . . He's also interested in many sports . . . Future occupation - machinist. 33 DANNY E. CUDE College Friendly and always smiling best describes Dan. He won his MH by playing on our tennis team and he participated on the gymnastics team. He likes winning at Friday night poker games. He dislikes getting up early and smart people. Ambition... to succeed. Seniors ELIZABETH KATHRYN CURTIS Commercial "Sweet little Liz" participated in Library, Gymnastics, Future Nurses, Student Council, Choir, Chorus, after school sports, and helped on Senior Class Play. She belongs to M.Y.F. and Junior Achievement. Her ambi- tion is to become an I.B.M. Operator. ROOSEVELT DAY General Tulley has played reserve and varsity basketball. Roosevelt roller skates, dances, and plays basketball. He plans to make a career in the Air Force and become an electrician. He likes girls, fun, and most of all likes to eat. CYNTHIA ANN DENIO Commercial "Cindy" has participated as a Jr. Arbor Girl. She likes a certain guy named Gary, going to shows, and buying clothes. Dislikes onions and people who act like they know every- thing. Ambition: to be happily mar- ried and work in an office. DENNIS LEE DeVOWE General "Denny," is a member of the art Club. His hobbies are geology, draw- ing, painting, fishing, camping, hunt- ing, and water skiing. Denny likes Sandy, pizza, traveling, and Thurs- days at school. He dislikes conceited people. Ambition - architectural draftsman or auto mechanic. JESSE DOAN College Jesse, "The Class Flirt," participated in baseball and reserve football and basketball. His future occupation is undecided. His likes . . . good, re- served, sincere, and friendly people. His dislikes . . . conceited and too talkative people. Hunting and sports are his hobbies. ERNEST DOOLEY General "Ernie" was a member of the Boys Glee Club, V-President of Choir. Par- ticipated in Reserve and Varsity Football, Basketball and Track. Likes water skiing, girls, and more girls. Dislikes noisy people. Voted "Most Athletic" . . . Ambition: to be a suc- cess. FRED DRZEWICKI Commercial A'Chad" who is well liked by all his friends works as a painter for a con- tractor. His ambition is to join the Air Force or the Navy. He likes a certain girl named "Liz". Dislikes to argue. ALBERT DUMONT College "Pudge", always ready with a smile, participated in gymnastics, and ten- nis, was ski club president. Outside activities include hockey, tennis, building, and managing a city league baseball team. Likes not doing home- work, dislikes doing homework . . . Future occupation -- engineering or drafting. 34 TED DYER General "Ripcord" is one of the quieter mem- bers of our class . . . He likes sky diving, skin diving, surfing, and motorcycles . . . He lists his hobby as sky diving . . . He someday wishes to make aviation his career in the Air Force. BARBARA EBARE Commercial "Barb", as she is known by her friends . . . Helped on the Senior Play, was in F.A.A. and on the library staff. Barb likes Terry, pizza, coke, and having fun . . . Dislikes snobbish and stuck-up people. Future occupation - bookkeeper. Q65 MONTIE ELWELL General "Al" was Vice-President and Treas- urer of his ninth grade home-room class. His activities include hunting, fishing, and having fun. Montie likes food and working on cars, dislikes nothing. His ambition is to be a Tool and Die Maker. DAVID EMERY College Dave, voted "Class Cut-up" played baseball and participated in band. Dave plays hockey, also, and his likes are auto races, hockey, food, and occasionally girls. His dislikes are nothing except people taller than him. Ambition . . . Forest Ranger. TOM ERICKSON General Tall, good looking . . . "Eric" par- ticipated in varsity football, and base- ball . . . Likes playing basketball, fishing, hunting, and good things . . . Dislikes people that push him . . . His hobbies are girls. He hopes for a future occupation in the field of drafting. RUDOLF FITZNER College "Fitz" and "Rudy", our friendly Ger- man exchange student. Fitz partici- pated in Student-Council, Journalism, and Cross Country. His likes are dancing, sports, reading history books, Latin, and Greek. Dislikes drawing, and snobs. His hobby is sports, and his ambition is to become a politi- cian. EVELYN JEAN FRIERSON College Friendly "jean", a valuable member of the Debate Team. In Debate Club, Y-Teens, Forensics, Acorn Editor . . . In her Church choir and Vice-Presi- dent of the youth department . . . Likes Donnie, records, clothes, and pizza . . . dislikes noisy people and crowds. Ambition . . . Teacher. PATTY FRISBIE General t'Pat", as known to her friends, likes a certain boy whom she has kept hid- den from us, eating, and dancing. Dislikes snobby people and any kind of work, such as homework. Her fu- ture occupation is to become a beau- tician. OPALINE GADSON General Opaline participated in Y-Teens, she was President of F.N.A., Student Council, and Intramural Sports. She likes dancing and roller skating . . . She dislikes people who think that they are better than anyone else . . . Her hobbies are sewing and reading . . . Ambition, Practical Nurse. ZENOBIA GARRETT General Zenobia is a member of Y-Teens and Future Nurses. She lists her likes as roller skating, the color blue, and Dave. She has no dislikes. She en- joys to paint and draw. Her future occupation is undecided. LINDA GARVEY General "Lyn" . . . Participated in the Girls' Glee Club. She likes Buzz and having a lot of fun . . . Dislikes winter and snow. Her only ambition is to marry Buzz. 35 PATRICIA GAUNT Commercial "Patty Ann", our cute majorette. Other activities include: Junior Prom Chairman, Homecoming Court, Re- serve Cheerleader, Sophomore Class President, Student Council, Journal- ism Staff, and Sub-Juniors. Pat also models for local department stores. Likes-Ualmost everythingfl Ambi- tion-College. Seniom DORETHA GAY General "Prince" took part in F.N.A .... She likes to play basketball and go horse- back riding . . . Her dislikes are washing the dishes . . . For her hob- bies she likes to fish and have fun . . . Ambition . . . Nurse. ROGER GIERZAK College "Rog" was one of the few who had no enemies. He played Varsity Base- ball and liked the cafeteria cooks. Roger dislikes teachers and their re- strictions on students while appreciat- ing those who give students a break. His ambition: to do good. DOROTHY MAE GILL College "Dot" participated in Y-Teens, Or- chestra, F. T. A., and Intramural sports. She also was a Jr. Arbor girl and won her M.H. letter. She likes Pete, parties and pizzas, dislikes fish and liars. Ambition: Gym Teacher. CAROLYN GLOVER General "Carol," as she is known to her friends, participated in the Girls' Glee Club. She likes Stan and has no particular dislikes . . . Her hobby is bowling. Carol would like to be happy and get married. CHARLENE S. GRANT General A lot of fun to be with best describes Charlene . . . Active in Student Coun- cil, Band, Y-Teens, F.N.A., and Girls Glee Club. Likes listening to boss jams and Melvin. Hobbies include be- ing with people and having a good time. Ambition - Lab Technician. GLORIA GRANT Commercial "Jean," as her friends know her . . . Likes Jim, having fun, and doing odd things . . . She dislikes people who think they are better than everyone else. Her ambitions are to be happy and to be a success in whatever she tries. JACK GROENEVELD College Friendly Jack participated in Latin Club. He was also vice-president of Manufacturing in Junior Achieve- ment. He lists all sports in general as his likes. He dislikes homework in general. His future ambition is to become a teacher. JOYCE GROENEVELD Commercial "Most Congenialu, Joyce was active in Future Nurses, Band, Student Council, and Sub-Juniors. She lists as special like Ken, with other likes -pizza, and people who are happy. Dislikes people "who know it all". Ambition - to become a secretary. 36 LOIS JEAN GROSSENBACHER Commercial Lois has the ambition of all people to be a success in whatever she does. Lois likes school, but dislikes home- work. Cdoesn't everyoneb. He would like to lead a prosperous DONNA HAMSTRA Commercial Donna . . . Well-liked by all of her friends . . . Works in an accounting office . . . Future ambition - To be- come a secretary . . . Likes . . . Ron, peanut buter and mustard sandwiches, and stuffed animals. General PAUL J. HERSHEY College Paul has participated in Varsity Foot- ball. Paul likes everything, such as girls, and money, but mostly sports. He would like to do a lot of travel- ing. His dislikes are conceited people. LILLIE HARRIS "Lilli" . . . Participated in Y-teens, Future Nurses . . . also church choir and N.A.A.C.P. She lists her likes as singing, sewing, and a certain guy. Dislikes ficticious people. Ambition: To be a registered nurse. and meaningful life. ROBERT HOLMES General ROBIN JEANNE HOEKENGA College Robin has participated in Band, Y- Teens, Treasurer of French Club, De- bate Club, and Senior Class Play. She likes having fun and reading. She dislikes people who pretend to be what they aren't. Ambition . Teacher. "Bob" won a printing award in his sophomore year. He works in a local gas station . . . his likes are printing, and a girl named Jean. His dislikes are spelling and snow. His hobbies are hunting and archery . . . his fu- 'Mre ambition: to become a printer. 7965 ARTHUR H. HELMER General "Fun-loving" Art participated in Stu- dent Council and football in his junior year. Art's likes ties, and food and his dislikes are snobbish people. His hunting and fishing. JOHN D. HOFFMAN General "Johnny" likes all sports, pizza, and playing pool . . . dislikes people who think they "know it all". He enjoys hunting and fishing. Ambition . . . Auto Mechanic. JIM R. HARRINGTON College "Jim" participated in Spanish Club, Hi-Y, and Senior class play. He also belongs to the Order of DeMolay. His future ambition is to go into medicine. He likes water skiing, swimming, and pizza. Dislikes home- work and filling out forms. are girls, par- hobbies are SALLY HOBBY General "Sal" won an Honorary Art Award. She lists her likes as horses, parties, and dancing . . . Dislikes worrying and people with a lot of money. Her hobby is horses. Sally would like to be a secretary or an X-ray technician. TERRI MARIE HOLWERDA General . "Terri" participated in Girls Glee Club, Chorus, Reserve and Varsity Cheerleading, Senior Class Play, Gymnastics, Ski Club, and Publica- tion Staff. Her future ambition is to become a cosmetologist. She likes Mike and having fun . . . dislikes out- spoken people. 37 SHEILA HOPKINS General Participated in Future Accountants. Lists her likes as boys and having fun. Dislikes, unfriendly people. Fu- ture ambition . . . to be a secretary and a good housewife. PHYLLIS HOWELL Commercial Phyllis, one of the more quiet mem- bers of the Senior class is very nice. She participated in the Style Show and Y-Teens. She likes music, money, and watching sports, but dislikes ill- mannered people and homework. Am- bition: to be happy. General BILL HUNTER General CAROL HUGHES College "Quiet, little Carol" describes one member of our charming twins. Carol names pizza pie, vacations, and Greg as her special likes. She dislikes con- ceited people and homework. As yet, Carol is undecided about her future Occupation. MARY HUGHES College One of the "happy twins" Mary brightened many school days with her pleasant smile. She likes pizza, sharp cars, and a certain guy named Walt. Dislikes stuck-up people and weak cars. Mary spends her spare time on sewing or art. LUELLA ANN HUTCHERSON Bill was active in Cross Country and received a varsity letter in his second year. He lists his likes as friendly Cute and petite is our "Doll Baby" as she is known by her friends. She was active in Student Council and people. He dislikes snobby people. His hobby is working on cars and his future ambition is to become a mechanic. ANNA MARIE HUTCHINS College Anna has participated in Varsity Cheerleading, Secretary of Choir, member of Choraliers, homecoming committee, Spanish Club, member of F.T.A. and voted class "Songbird", Likes to have a good time. Dislikes unfriendly people. Ambition is to be an I.B.M. Operator or Legal Secre- MARTIN IPPEL College Although he was voted "Most Bash- ful", Mart is a friendly person to those who know him. He likes fish- ing, hunting, girls, money and cars, while disliking conceit. At the pre- sent time his future is undecided. Girls Glee Club. styling hair, and large crowds and Ambition-Social She likes reading, sewing. Dislikes unfriendly people. Worker. tary. WILLIAM JARVI College "Billl', "good looking". Played Re- serve Baseball, Reserve and Varsity Football, gymnastics, and on the Homecoming Court. Also is Assistant Manager of the Regent Theatre. Likes skiing, skating, and hunting. Ambi- tion - "to go to college and become the best of whatever I am." 38 ALICE FAYE JEMISON Commercial "Ace" Active in Future Accountants and Intramural Sports. Church Choir and N.A.A.C.P. Likes having a boss time and a boy named Tom. Dislikes staying home on weekends and con- ceited people. Hobbies are singing, eating, and boys. Ambition: to be successful in life. EDWIN JIMEINZ College "Eddie" was an active member of Spanish Club for three years. He lists his likes as girls. His dislikes are girls that slap his face for no rea- son. His hobby is reading books . . . future ambition: to join the Navy. Q55 JAMES JOHNSON General Jim participated in Ski Club and Band. He likes good food, blondes, and anything that keeps him busy . . . dislikes homework. His hobbies are skiing and Weightlifting and he lists his future ambition as forestry. MICHAEL LEE JOHNSON General Better known as "Butch", He lists his likes as girls, cars, and traveling. Dis- likes, conceited girls and boys. Hob- bies . . . skating and looking at girls. His future ambition is to become a big business man. MARGARET JONES College "Marge" is a member of F.N.A., F.T.A., Spanish Club, Intramural Sports, and Canary Project. She likes clothes, money, and TV. She dislikes getting up before 9:00 A.M. Her hobby is reading. Future occupation . . . Elementary Teacher. MARSALENE JONES General "Virginia,l' as her friends know her, participated in Y-Teens and Future Nurses. She likes almost anything but dislikes inquisitive people. Her hob- bies are skating, dancing, and making money. Virginia would like to be a successful secretary. SANDRA KALMAN Commercial "Sandy" to all her friends works at Hackley Bank. Her future ambition is to become a housewife. She likes pizza, pep assemblies, and Tom . . . dislikes two-faced people and not being able to attend pep-assemblies. Her hobbies are bowling and movies. JOANNE KAMMERS Commercial "Jo" attends all the school sports events and is a member of a bowling league outside school. She likes foot- ball and basketball games, but dis- likes snobbish people. Her hobby is bowling. Jo's ambition is to become a secretary. LOVELL KENNEDY College "Pudgy" . . . Participated in the Track and Cross Country Teams, Spanish Club, Hi-Y, Gymnastics, Band and Orchestra in school and YMCA and Junior Achievement out of school . . . Likes skating, bowling, girls and food. Dislikes cranberry sauce and girls who smoke. :NW 'Liam :E?i:J:1i.gE:Zfgf'5i .. .Q- F ma ffl ,' ,V T,.,Z .LTL .' xi, f ' srftiallafe -rf , , - - - 'ffffa wa . .. V ' . M... 'Hx Um. liar TW Q w Q., -ua fl" a HARRY JAMES KERBUSKI General "Har" played Reserve and Varsity Football. He likes a certain girl at Catholic, Paula. He dislikes Monday mornings, and 8:00. "Har" would like to become a Marine and to go to Heavy Equipment School. Works at a local store. ANITA KIMBLE College Active Anita, editor of the "Oaks" and Junior and Senior Arbor girl, she participated in National Honor Society, treasurer of FTA, Choir, De- bate Club, Senior class play, Student Council, treasurer of Booster Club, and Sub-Juniors. Her hobby is draw- ing, her future ambitiong undecided. - 3 9 JAMES KIRK General "Big Jane,', as he is called by his friends, participated in varsity and gymnastics. He likes ice skating, rol- ler skating, reading, and good food. Dislikes homework and opera music. His hobbies are fishing, hunting, and swimming. His ambition . . . aircraft mechanic. Senims x . . sg .5 .f.gg2a?' BARBARA JEAN KITCHEN College Fun-loving '4Barb", active in Y-Teens, Spanish Club, F.T.A., Senior Play, and Race Relations. A member of the N.A.A.C.P. Likes going places and having fun, and pizzas . . . dislikes conceited people. Hobbies . . . read- ing, dancing, sewing. Ambition . . . Lab Technician or Teacher. N 3 X O X x X N X xtxxtxsxs Nxt S xNQ ,O N x N N X N as xx X xtXQMNs Qs Ns X wxbss it .N Q 5 H s tx Q ,Q at N xt it 5 , Q ci t s X x , xx Q A Q QQQQQHES In , P ,I Qfw sag al 2 X . J it E - is -, 'QQ T-iight t 23,12 3 fagtyeik ig fm a X QQ, a 5 K 3, N XY K 1 ,S K X X X X X X SANDRA KITTEL Commercial "Sandy," as her friends call her, is a member of a bowling league. She likes to travel but dislikes snobbish people. Sandy's hobbies are reading and bowling. Her ambition is to be- come a bookkeeper. DALE FORREST KLASSEN College Dale was Jr. and Sr. Class President, Student Council Regions 9, 13, 2nd V-P, National Honor Society, Jr. Commencement Usher, Homecoming Court, Reserve and Varsity Basket- ball, junior Boy of the year, Inter- School representative, and voted K'Most Congenial" . . . Ambition - To succeed. PHILLIP KOWALSKI College "Phill" is a member of the golf team and a bowling team outside of school. He likes just about everything except our crowded halls and homework. He enjoys working on model air- planes. Occupation - Undecided. JANICE LYNN KOZIAK Commercial We know her as Jan. She likes going downtown and spending money for clothes and food and her Dave's "red car". She dislikes people who have no patience for others. Jan would like to become a Beautician. DONNA LEE FRANK KRAUSE General Good looking and easy to get along with, that's Frank. He played Varsity Football in his Senior year. He likes fun, girls, and good food, and dislikes bad drivers. His ambition is to get a job or to be a bum. KAREN MARIE KRAUSE General Karen always has a friendly smile and a kind word for everyone. She likes friendly people and sports. She would like to marry Dan and build a happy home. ' ' ' ' . at , GEORGE ALEXANDER LAFKAS College "Most all-round" George participated in National Honors Society, Student Council CV.P.J, Debate Team, De- bate Club, Forensics, Senior Play, Junior Commencement Usher, and tennis team. He was chosen foreign exchange student to Germany, and vice-president of Senior Class. Ambi- tion - undecided. 40 Commercial Active "Donna" was captain of the Tiger-ettes, president of Sub-Juniors, secretary of Student Council, Chron- icle Editor, on the Homecoming court, and on the Debate Team. She lists her likes as traveling. Commercial DOROTHY LEWIS General "Dot" participated in style shows and was a Student Council representative. Likes everything and almost every- one. Dislikes people who constantly ndownl' others. Enjoys giving parties, dancing, cooking and spending time with children. Future occupation- nursing. CAROL LYNN Q65 DONNA LIHAN College MARGE LEWIS Commercial It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice. "Marge" was a mem- ber of the A-Cappella Choir, vice- president of Choraliers, Debate Club, and Student Council. Likes a certain guy and having fun. Dislikes people who deceive others. Ambition: secre- tary. MARTHA S MALONE Carol has participated in Bookkeep- ing Club for two years, and a style show, and helped in Spanish Club. Carol now works at a beauty shop. Likes parties and boys. Dislikes con- ceited people. Hobby is Tennis. Her occupation is a Beautician. Known as "Miken to her friends, Donna is one of the less active mem- bers of the class. Likes parties and a certain soldier. Dislikes school, home- work and rich conceited people. Fu- ture occupation - beautician. .wi DAN MANCHESKY hobbies are poker and collecting College Quiet and also friendly "Mott", par- ticipated in Y-Teens, Future Nurses, and Forensics. A member of her Church choir, she likes reading, Dave, and watching people . . . dislikes loud people and those who jump to con- clusions. Ambition . . . Registered Nurse. College "Cheeky" desires to be a drafting en- gineer. He works part time at The Commercial Press. Girls, cars, work- ing, sports, and money comprise his list of likes. His dislike . . . girls who think too much of themselves. His LINDA MANGINO College "Little Wap" participated in Spanish Club, Debate Club, Junior Varsity on Debate Team, and Student Council. She belongs to Sub-Juniors and goes to beauty school. Linda's ambition is to become a cosmetologist. She likes bowling, Italian food, and de- mon ey. PETER L. MARCHUK College "Pete", was active in Cross-Country, Tennis, Latin Club, and Ski Club. He also plays the Accordion in a Western Band, and works at a local grocery store. Likes - water skiing, boats, and swimming. Future Occupa- tion-Veterinarian. bate. DIANE LYNN McCABE Commercial Known to her friends as "Deats", Dianne has participated in choir for three years. She lists her likes as water skiing, pizza, and a certain boy. Her dislikes are snobbish people and getting up in the moming. Future oc- cupation - beautician. ROBBIE McCALEB College "Robbie,l' an active member of the class, was president of National Hon- ors Society, Student Council, Tennis Team, Ski Club, Cross-Country, Jr. Commencement Usher, Senior Class Treasurer, and Inter-School Repre- sentative. He likes skiing and bowl- ing. Occupation . . . Undecided. 41 DOROTHY McDANIEL General "Dot" has participated in school style shows. Outside activities include church work, babysitting and singing in her church choir. Likes friends and going to church. Dislikes conceited people and homework. Future occu- pation - nursing. Seniors RICHARD GENE McGREGORY College 'tScrooge", a nice guy to know. Active in Reserve and Varsity Basketball, Student Council, Spanish Club, and Hi-Y. Works at a local cafe. Likes . . . a certain girl, and having a gO0d time. Dislikes . . . girls who smoke. Ambition - Airplane Pilot. PETER MCLEMORE College Intelligent, handsome, and popular, that's our Homecoming King. "Andre" participated in Varsity Foot- ball and Basketball, Track, and Na- tional Honor Society. "Andre" likes girls, sports, and a good time . . . dis- likes people who think they are "paramount". Ambition . . . Engineer. PATSY ANN MEISCH College Voted "Most All-Around" Pat has been active in F.T.A,, Booster Club, Oaklians, Y-Teens, Senior Play, Co- chairman of Sno-Ball, Homecoming committee, Sub-Juniors, and Journal- ism staff . . . likes basketball games and "Tiger Spirit" . . . Dislikes those lacking "Tiger Spirit" . . . Ambition -to succeed. SHARON KAY MERKINS General 4'Merks" is what her friends call her, has participated in Reserve and Var- sity Cheerleading, Girls Glee Club, A Cappella Choir, and Student Coun- cil. She likes a certain guy, and foot- ball games. Dislikes cold weather and homework. Ambition: to see the world. 5' i Z 42 DAVID MEZYNSKI College "David" who is well liked by his friends, belongs to J. A. Enjoys rock collecting and skin diving. Likes - spinach. Future ambition - to be- come a chemist. JEAN MILLER College Sweet, petite and full of fun best describe our Jean. She participated in Y-Teens, Future Teachers, Future Nurses and Canaries. She likes food, fun, and convertibles, but dislikes getting up in the morning. 1 5 'Wai .12 vw. . .3 fl . ' ,a,M,f -:-.: .- V E ' W ffffweeew H . fgfsigliw f - Slniegimf-Q. ,fs1M:2wfffQ'5 -fstathim, In f f eQQ2gmyfwQTfs:f4 ze. 25 - - i 'fifiliif . I SANDRA MINOTT College Sandy, our Homecoming Queen, par- ticipated in National Honors Society, Student Council, Y-Teens, F.T.A., Racial Council, Oaks and Acorn staff, and as a Junior Arbor Girl. She likes pizza, dislikes people who start fights. Ambition - to become an elementary school teacher. LEONA MARIE MISKEL General "Suzie" has participated in intra- mural volleyball and in chorus. Out- side activities include singing with a gospel group and with her church choir. Likes shrimp, money and Ron- nie. Dislikes conceited people and pizza. Future occupation - practical nursing. 42 DALE MOREHOUSE College Always friendly, Dale was active in Student Council and baseball. He also participated in Naval Reserves. He lists some people, money, and winning at poker, as likes - dislikes being broke and losing at poker. Hobby - playing poker. KATIE MAE MORRIS Commercial "Kay" participated in the Human Relations Club, Future Nurses, and Intra-Mural baseball, volleyball, and basketball . . . Likes listening to re- cords, eating, and reading . . . dis- likes conceited people and walking to school. Her hobby is sewing. Am- bition - To be a medical secretary. General ROBERT NEARING General "Bo" won his MH in football in his reserve year. He is a member of the Tiger Marching Band and Hi-Y. He likes to drive his father's new conver- tible to new places and to meet new people. He dislikes cold winter morn- ings and Spam. College ness Manager. ANNIE ODNEAL General "Annie," as she is known by her friends . . . Likes people who are fun to be with . . . Dislikes conceited people and those who belittle others. Her hobbies are collecting records and styling hair. Annie would like to be a fashion designer. SHARON MUSKOVIN MILES DANIAL NORTO 7 "Sherry, quiet but helpful". Worked on Senior Class Play, a member of Y.F.C., teaches bible school, and is Vice-President of her youth group at church. Likes horses, the outdoors, and pizza. Dislikes boring lectures. Ambition-to be happy. MW f -.,- ,' 8 'F' f" ' nil' , 'V' 113. 1 25 ,L .V ..,,,. ' N "Dan", a member of Band and Gym- nastics, he also participates in his Church Youth Group, Choir, and Or- chestra. Works in a downtown de- partment store. Likes . . . girls!!, cars, and running sports. Dislikes . . . out- standing-loud-people. Hobbies are skating and skiing. Ambition - Busi- Q65 DONZELL NEAL JR. College "Donnie" possesses ability, friendli- ness, and intelligence. Participated in Track for 3 years . . Cross Country . . . V ball Manager . . . Reserve Football . . . Church usher. L good music, cars . . . dislikes book re- ports and bullies. Hobbies . . . ice skating, drawing, basketball. Ambi- CYNTHIA ANN MORROW Commercial "Pahu" is a member of Student Council, Y-Teens, and F.A.A. She likes things that are soft, fuzzy, and baby blue. She also likes a certain guy. She dislikes pessimists and un- true gossip. Ambition - "To lead a good life". . captain of arsity Basket- ikes Evelyn, tion . . . Commercial Artist. ROBERT O'BRIEN General "Bob" voted "Class Songbird" partici- pated in Choir, Choraliers, Barber- shop quartet, Student serve and Varsity football, Varsity golf, and plays. He likes all sports, especially football. He dislikes people who take advantage of tion - business administrator. DAVID NELSON College "Dave" is an Explorer and works part-time after school . . . He likes cars and pizza but dislikes homework. Dave's hobbies are football and base- ball. He would like to become a teacher. Council. Re- others. Ambi- CARL OLSON General "Herb", one of the quieter members of the Senior Class, enjoys working on cars. He likes Mechanical Draw- ing, and dislikes conceited people. Carl lists his hobbies as ice skating, roller skating, and water skiing. Fu- ture Occupation-Draftsman, 43 work. Charlie would like to own an NELS OLSON College Nels works at a local dimestore and is president of Explorer Post. His future ambition is to become an electronical engineer. Coffee, bowling, and people who don't talk much are his likes. His dislikes . . . unfriendly people. Senio rs CHARLES PACE General "Big Handsl' or just "Charlie" . . . Participated in football for two years.l Charlie likes girls, fine clothes, bigj cars, and, most of all, money. Dis-l likes 8:00 classes, big crowds, and FELICE JULIETTE PARHAM General Participated in Intramural Sports, Chorus, A Cappella Choir, Girls Sex- tet, and Y-Teens. She lists her likes as dancing, singing, and skating . . . Dislikes nothing in particular. She would like to be a receptionist or a teacher. oil field. MICHAEL PASCAVIS Commercial f'Mike" participated in the Senior Play and Ski Club. To finish some- thing he starts is his ambition. His future occupation is a commercial pilot. He dislikes people who don't like him. His likes . . . a certain girl, Toni, and music. His hobbies . . . gui- tar, piano, skiing, and cars. WALLACE PATTERSON General "Wally" as he is known to his many friends. He works at Wally's Produce where he drives the truck and unloads box cars. He likes to drive the truck and to travel. He dislikes women drivers. Ambition - join the Air Force. TIM PAULSON College 1 "Ace" participated in Student Coun-3 cil, was Vice-President of Bridge. Club, a Junior Rotary Club Member and in Forensics. He has a part-time job at a gas station and wants to be, a veterinarian. He dislikes women drivers. I DAVE PARRITT General "Bird" as he is known to his many friends. He was active in the Senior Play and belongs to the Order of the DeMolay. He likes being happy and making things out of wood. He dis- likes conceited people. Ambition . . . Pattern Maker. CHARLEY ARTHUR PEABODY College "Charlie", a friend to all, was a great participate in band. Chuck's likes are pizza and having fun and his dislikes are people who talk a lot and home- work on weekends. His hobby is working with wood. RICHARD PELKEY General "Rick,', a nice person to know. He lists his hobbies as hunting, fishing, and bowling. Likes "a lot of things." Dislikes people who think theylre everything. Ambition - "to have money in my pocket and have fun." 44 GARY PELLEGRAM "GP," has participated in Cross-coun- X try and has attended all thegames to help back our great "Tiger" team. He rf? ,J College 'I . f"eisz.',,ffi:.f l ,'12?2:ky?z2,f,f1zq 5 M , '?If'ff! ,,'.V.?g ,gi .A .,!.V,..,1:,,-5,ggZ.g,3V i A ,l 2,11 1 :ff works at a local hardware store. Likes girls Cdown deep we know that its food.J Dislikes teachers who give too much homework. SUSIE MAE PEPPERS General Sue participated in Y-teens, Future Nurses, basketball, volleyball, and F.A.A. Likes sewing, ironing, and of course boys. Dislikes washing dishes, and people who think they're cute. Susie's future occupation is to be- come a nurse or maybe a seamstress. Q65 SUZANNE KAY PERLEY College "Sue" was in Future Nurses, Canar- ies, Y-Teens, served at Senior Break- fast and worked on the Senior Play. She dislikes bossy people and trouble- makers and likes pizza, sea foods and Dan. Her hobbies are reading and ice skating. NANCY L. PICKETT Commercial "Nanc" was a Tigerette alternate and a member of F.A.A. Her ambition is to become an airline hostess. Her likes are hamburgers and pork steak. To be underestimated is her dislike. Her hobbies are dancing, bowling, and listening to records. MARGARET PLANK Commercial Margie is in Choraliers. She likes Dave, food, singing, and helping others. She dislikes people who think they are better than others. Ambition -'fTo serve God to the best of my ability". ROSEMARY KAY POLAND College Perk, peppy, pretty describes "Rosie", our varsity cheerleading captain. Along with being captain of the De- bate team and Oaks editor, Rosie par- ticipated in Forensics and gymnastics. She is also an active member of Honor Society Student Council and much more. WILLIAM TELL POLLARD Commercial "Will Power" participated in Reserve Football and F.A.A. He likes swim- ming, skating, records, dancing, and a certain girl. He dislikes loud mouth- ed and conceited people. He would like to be an accountant. JANICE PORTER Commercial jan is active in Y.F.C., F.A.A., and a Junior Arbor Girl. She is in Junior Achievement and has a part time job at Michigan Catalog Printers. She likes friendly people and having fun. She dislikes false friends. She would JAMES HAL POTTS General "Fish" as he is called by his friends is a member of Art Club. He likes nice cars, fine clothes, and food, He dislikes conceited people. He enjoys skating, shooting pool, and drawing. Occupation-Undecided. like to travel. DIANE POSVISTAK ,1,, Q 1 ',,r,v"' 'f'- V 'fi' Qi, College lii "De-el' was a Jr. and Sr. Arbor girl, a member of A Cappella Choir, De- 1 - hate Club, and National Honor So- " 5 2" ,- ' ciety. She also was a Cheerleader. ,ii.,,, She likes to dance and cheer. She dis- . likes homework and dull weekends. ' ' 1- A She 911.0 ' n ' . i ,K J ys music a d reading AAV 1 1f'1" ,.Qf PAM PRESSLER College Never too busy for a friendly smile, that's Pam. Active in Student Coun- cil, secretary of Ski Club, Debate Team, secretary of Debate Club, Re- serve and Varsity Cheerleader, Acorn Editor. Likes most people. Dislikes Rosemary in all her classes. Ambition . . . to become a R.N. 45 DIANE RADDATZ College "Di", "always bubbling", took part in Band, Canary Project, and worked on Homecoming. She was chairman of decorations for the Junior-Senior Prom, and in Sub-Juniors. Likes . . . Bill, having a good time, and eating. Ambition - Elementary teacher or Seniors LINNEA DAWN RAESSLER College "Naya" participated in Choir, Orches-' tra, Varsity Cheerleading, Spanishl Club, and Homecoming Committee. She was also chosen "Most Bashful", by the Senior class. Linea is secre-I tary of her church Youth Group an belongs to Junior Achievement. He ambition is to become a teacher. DOROTHY JEAN RAINEY General "Dot" participated in Y-Teens and Intramural Sports. She belongs to the N.A.A.C.P. She enjoys sewing, talking on the phone, trips, and meeting people. She dislikes conceited people, pizza, and babysitting. Ambition . . . Social Worker. ROSA RIDLEY College LOREN REYNOLDS College She likes happy people and dislikes confusion. Her activities . . . National Honor Society, Student Council, Sen- ior Class Secretary, Junior and Senior Arbor Girl, Debate Club, French Club, National Thespians, Oaklian Players, Foreign Exchange Student, journalism, library staff, and Sub juniors. Ambition - College. GARY RILEY General Happy and gay describes "Rose". Participated in F.T.A., Spanish Club, Y-Teens, and Intramural Sports. She was a active member of the N.A.A. C.P. Likes . . . Having fun and dis- likes conceited people. Hobbies . . . reading, records and playing the "Cabbage" or Bird played Re serve and Varsity Basketball and Varsity Baseball. Likes . . . cars, girls, money, food, and to beat the Big Reds. Dislikes . . . winter. Hobbies include playing basketball and going to drive-ins. Ambition-to succeed in General College piano. Ambition cial Worker. RAYMOND LEE RUDICK Teacher or So- TONI MARIE ROKAS Commercial Toni participated in the Senior Play. Likes . . . having fun, and going to dances and parties. Dislikes . . . to be told what to do, and old cars. Her hobbies include horseback rid- ing, water skiing, and swimming. Am- bition - to remain happy and al- ways have fun. life. DIANNE ROSS College An active member of the class she is in F.T.A., V-P. of Spanish Club, Secretary of Race Relation, Y-Teens, Library Staff, Chorus, and after- school sports . . . Likes . . . books, food, and a special fellow . . . Dis- likes . . . people with a nasty dis- position. Ambition-Teacher. RAYFIELD CURTIS RUSS Ray was voted best "Best Looking" of our Senior Class. He likes a certain girl and good food. Dislikes snobbish people and very dull parties. He works at a local store. And his future occupation is to be a heavy equip- ment operator. 46 Active but always friendly is wha Ray is. He was President of Studen Council, Junior Class Treasurer, Var sity and Reserve Football and Varsit Track. Ray also participates in Jun ior Achievement. His likes are girls pizza, and sports. Ambition . . . Busi ness Administration. teachers. His hobbies are painting DAVID M. SALADIN General "Dave" is a member of Student Council and he works at a local shoe store. He likes cars, swimming, and girls. He dislikes people who don't do what they say they will. He enjoys any water sports. Ambition . . . Un- derwater Naval Demolition. Q65 JAMES DAVID SANDERS General "J.D." participated in Reserve and Varsity Football and also Track. He sings with a church group outside of school. His future ambition is to go into technical work. He likes one cer- tain girl . . . dislikes schools and WILLIAM CARLYSLE SEITZ General "Bill" as he is known by his many friends. He enjoys painting, skating, and tennis. He dislikes snobbish peo- ple. He would like to be an account- ant. and drawing. RANDALL LEWIS SENF College "Randy" was in Student Council, Bridge Club Treasurer, and Junior Commencement Usher. 'tSniff's" am- bition . . . a career in mathematics. He is an Adult Christian Education Foundation teacher and on the church basketball team. His like . . . Mary Lou. His dislike . . . an M.H.H.S. JOAN SHAFFER College Voted 'tBest Looking" which fits Joani to a "Tee", "Joani" participated in F.T.A., Student Council, Debate Club, Senior Play, Joumalism, Boost- er Club, and Sub-Juniors. She is also a "Tigerette". Joan has a smile for everyone and likes almost everything. sports loss. Ping pong is his hobby. THERESA SHARPE Commercial "Terri" is a new-comer to Heights from Arkansas. She lists her likes as dancing, soft music, racing, talk- ing, and any information on sports cars. She dislikes girls who talk about boys, rice, and doing dishes. Ambition -Housewife. SANDRA LEE SHARUM College Sandy was a Jr. and Sr. Arbor girl, a member of Spanish Club, worked on "Flower Drum Song", and a mem- ber of Forensics. Sandy wants to be- come a Bio-chemist or something in that field. She likes Mexican food and peanut butter. KAREN LYNN SHEFFER Commercial Karen is a member of the Library Staff, worked on make-up for Senior Play, and a member of F.A.A. She works at Osteopathic Hospital. She likes to have fun, boys, and weekends. Dislikes stuck-ups. Ambition-Nurse. NANCY SHULTS Commercial "Angel" participated in Flower Drum Song, Choir, Chorus, Library, Co-Op, and Passion Play through Oaklians. She sings in a church choir, Young Peop1e's pianist, Sunday School sec- retary, works at Grace Loftis School, and our library, and also works at the Spudnut. RICHARD LEE SIMMONS General "Rick" was known and liked by everyone. He participated in band, Hi-Y, Spanish Club, Glee Club, Track, and Race Relations Club. Ricks likes are food and money, and his hobbies are going and listening to jazz. 47 College Cffuege THOMAS SKOK General "Soakie" played baseball for Heights and outside of school . . . Enjoys working on cars, hunting, and Fishing . . . He dislikes people who have hot cars because he doesn't have one... Tom's ambition is to get a job and make some money. , ,:,: K if? OWEN SNOWDEN Seniors ERNEST SMITH College "Too" is quiet, popular and intelli- gent. He participated in Reserve Football, Reserve and Varsity Basket- ball, Hi-Y, and was a Junior Usher. Likes girls and dislikes his 2:00 class. His hobby is roller skating. His ambition is to become a successful physician. CHARLEY E. SMITH, JR. College Charley participated in Track, Cross- Country, Hi-Y, and Band. He lists his hobbies as hunting and Fishing. He has no dislikes. He would like to be a Marine Officer. PATRICIA SMITH College Pat participated in F.N.A., Student Council, co-chairman of Christmas Tea, and Canary Project. She is the President of M.Y.F. She likes pizza, and people. She dislikes semester exams and unhappy faces. Future oc- cupation - Registered Nurse. CHARLES B. STEELE Owen, one of the quiet and intelli- gent boys of the Senior Class, is a member of the N.A.A.C.P. and Junior usher. He likes quiet girls . . . dis- likes conceited people. In his leisure "Chuck" won varsity letters in Track and Cross-Country. He participated in Hi-Y, Band, and Science Seminar. He plays tenor sax in a small combo. He likes cool jazz, cars, and a cer- tain junior girl. Ambition - Dental General time, he roller skates. Ambition . . . Engineer. QL .. as ,, fi ii' N. N M x ss? . me M WAYNE STERNBERG General "Stem" is one of the less active mem- ---.-.. . . I bers of the class. He likes girls and . . . . . vij?"2'3iQ racing. He dislikes girls without a I . sense of humor. He enjoys hunting, . .- fishing, and basketball. Ambition - A electrical engineer. -2 "emit ' JUDITH DIANE STEWARD General Surgeon. CLIFFORD STEVENSON General Always full of fun and with a smile for every one. is "Sweet Pea", called this by his friends. He played intra- mural basketball . . . Likes money . . . Dislikes having no money . . . lists his hobby as "getting money." Ambition: To have lots of money. GEORGIA MAE STEWART "Judy,', "Best Dancer", is a Tigerette, Sub Junior, Y-teen, and in Student Council. She enjoys modeling and likes a certain boy named Bill. People who gossip is her dislike. Her hob- bies . . . sewing, dancing, and keep- ing a scrapbook on school activities. 48 Never without a smile, G1 G1 par- ticipated in Y-Teens and Future Nurses. Outside of school, "Gi Gi" is in Art Class and N.A.A.C.P. Likes home, church, traveling, and Carl . . . dislikes unfriendly people. En- joys drawing and good records. Am- bition . . . R.N. JUDITH ANN THOMA Commercial 'fjudyu was a Junior and Senior Ar- bor Girl. She works part time at Manning Maxwell and Moore. Her fu- ture occupation . . . a private secre- tary. She likes friendly people and having a good time. People who are always late is her dislike. ROBERT EARL THORTON General "Duke,l took part in football . . . His NOBIE THOMAS Commercial "Nob" participated in Future Nurses and F.A.A. She also is an active member in church. Nobie's ambition is to work after she graduates and go to Business School. She likes friend- ly people, dancing, and eating . . . dislikes conceited people. likes- are food, clothes, money, and a girl named Freddie . . . He dislikes homework and gossip . . . His hobbies are basketball, listening to records, and taking it easy . . . Ambition . . . Draftsman. DIANE J. VALUCK College "Sweet and Petite" describes Diane. DENNIS TRAINO General This is Dennis's first year at the Heights. At his previous school he's participated in Football, Wrestling, and Track. Likes ice and roller skat- ing, playing pool, water skiing, most everything. He dislikes the winter and its snow. His future ambition is to go further into Mathematics. Treasurer and historian of Spanish Club, Y-Teens, and President of Fu- ture Nurses. Other activities include M.Y.F. and Sub-Juniors. Likes . . . browsing through gift shops and per- fume. Dislikes . . . pastries and on- ions. Future Occupation-Teacher. 7955 PRISCILLA THOMAS College "Pre" . . . "Most Athletic" . . . Par- ticipated in Y-Teens, Spanish Club, Intramural Sports . . . received her M.H. in her junior year. Likes boys, money, and more boys. Dislikes snob- bish people, and hot dogs. Ambition . . . to be a Laboratory Technician. . ..... h, ,W ,... K "Ti ies., if . if EP sf 2 Q fl -raw 6 f -if , r E .. . -L .y t f .Mita . 2,5 - A vi H . . ' ' . ' : - M.3g.eam.g:1ffef '- , I e ew f. if ...K iwffgg. ..c,.,- 1 ff LINDA TYSON College "Lynn,' . . . Active in Future Nurses and Y-teens transferred here from Catholic Central, She lists her likes as Ramone, food, good music, and having a good time. Dislikes . . . homework and washing dishes. Ambi- tion . . . Nurse. MIKE THOMAS General Mike played football and baseball in his junior year . . . He likes girls, food, clothes, cars, and Cynthia . . . Dislikes snotty people . . . Hobbies are listed as sleeping, hunting and toboganning . . . Future occupation - Electrician or Mechanic. SIMEON TOWNSEL General "Siml' participated in track and crosscountry . . . He has a part time job rebuilding auto parts . . . He likes girls and good food . . . His dislikes conceited people . . . His hobbies are skating and pool. Ambition . . . Air Force. DON VANDERLAAN College While at M.H.H.S., Don was in Latin Club, Tennis Team, and Treasurer of Ski Club. He also plays on a city softball team. He likes sports and math. He dislikes conceited people. Don's ambition: to be an engineer. 49 DICK VANDERWEST General "The Kid" participated in Reserve and Varsity Football, Reserve Bas- ketball and Baseball. Works part-time at the Seaway Standard Station. Likes sports, cars, and girls. Dislikes people who think they are Hit." Dick,s ambition is to become an auto me- Seniors GAIL DIANE VARNADO General Quiet, cute, and petite "Deen partici- pated in Y-Teens. She lists her likes as Al, singing, listening to music, and pizza . . . dislikes loud people. In her leisure time she sews and writes poems. Ambition . . . Social Worker. chanic. WILLIAM T. VAUTERS General Called "Tommy" by his friends, par- ticipated in Reserve football, Cross- country, Baseball, and Hi-Y. Likes sports, money, dancing, and last but not least girls. Tommy has chosen for his future ambition-To be a business man. LINDA VEIHL Commercial Lyn was an usher for the Sr. play and was on the costume committee for the play. She wishes to become a secretary in an office. She likes piz- za, and having fun. She dislikes homework and conceited people. BERNARD VINES General "McBull" was active in Hi-Y, Foot- ball, Track, and Cross Country . . . His ambition is to be successful . . . Likes . . . cars, girls, clothes, roller- skating, and a certain girl . . . Dis- likes conceited people . . . He lists his hobby as Basketball. HAROLD VINES College "Coon', . . . Participated in Varsity Basketball, Football, and Track. Hi-Y President, Student Council, and A Cappella Choir . . . Sang in "Flower Drum Song". Likes pretty girls . . . one in particular. Ambition: Techni- cal Draftsman. JEANETTE VOS Commercial "jan", active in F.A.A., F.N.A., and Booster Club. Worked on the Sno- Ball and the Senior Play. Also was a Junior Arbor girls. Likes - friend- ly people, singing, and having fun. Dislikes - pizza, and people who think they are special. Ambition - Special Education Teacher. BARBARA WAHR College Sharp, sweet, and sincere describes Barb. She was secretary of soph. class, Jr. class, and French Club. She also participated in F.T.A., F.N.A., and Student Council. Barb likes Kenny but dislikes two-faced people. Ambition: to be a good Elementary Teacher. ALMERTH LYNETTE WALKER College 'tMerks", as her friends call her, is always smiling. She participated in Y-Teens, F.T.A., Spanish, Intramural Sports, Band, and Choraliers. Likes fun, food, and Pete . . . dislikes con- ceited people. Hobby . . . playing the piano. Ambition . . . to become a successful Teacher. 50 RICHARD A. WILLIAMS General "Dick" is quiet but always smiling. He likes working on cars, horseback riding, and girls . . . dislikes girls who don't stop talking. 'fDick" has no particular hobbies. Ambition . . . to become successful. FRANCES MARIE WALTON College "Sweets", always willing to lend a helping hand, is a member of her Church choir. She likes anybody who likes her, music, and singing . . . dis- likes conceited people and rowdy crowds. Sews and cooks in her spare time. Ambition . . . Medical field. Q65 JUSTICE WATKINS Commercial "Watki" is a member of the foot- ball and cross-country team. He likes football, basketball, reading, and traveling. He dislikes those peolple who can't carry on a conversation and think they know it all. Future Oc- cupation-Accountant. SALLY WEBSTER General Sal as her friends call her, was the Tiger Mascot. Sal was on the Publica- tion staff and a Student Council member. Sally wishes to become a photographer or artist. Sally likes all sports especially basketball, and being the school Tiger. DONNA MAE WELCOME Commercial Donna has participated in C o n c e r t Choir, Member of F.A.A. Co-op, and an Usher at the Senior Play. Likes having fun and a certain boy. Dis- likes People who think of only them- selves. Hobbies are working with her French poodle and singing. JERRY WESLEY General "Wes" has participated in Reserve Football, Track, and Hi-Y. He likes working on cars and making money, He works at Thrifty Acres. His dis- likes are certain teachers and classes. Wes has chosen for his future ambi- tion to become a Draftsman. ANNIE RUTH WHEELER General Ruth worked on the Make-up for the Senior Play, and is a member of the F.A.A., and Library, She dislikes nothing in particular. Likes every- thing, especially her Bob. Her future ambition in life is to be a house- wife. MEN? Vibe Agile SARA KAY WHETSTONE College Kay as she is better known has mf? been active in National Honor So- ciety Jr. Arbor Girl, Y.F.C., and FTA She is secretary of the C.E.F. She likes everything except people with hot tempers. She would like to be an elementary teacher. FLOYD WOODS General Known to his friends as "Floydy Boy", Floyd belonged to a roller skating club outside of school. He lists girls, cars, and money as likes, people who know everything as dis- likes. His ambition is to become a social worker. : . .W ' ,,,V,,,,,. V g ., . . . 2,3 f Q g c f , TERRILL ILENE WILSON Commercial "Terri", was a junior and Senior Arbor Girl, and Secretary-Treasurer of Future Accountants. Outside ac- tivities include being on a bowling team. Likes . . . having fun and friendly people. Dislikes . . . being bored. Hobbies are bowling and read- ing. Future Occupation - Executive Secretary. JUANITA WIMBLEY College "Front", active in Canaries, F.T.A., Spanish Club, and Chorus. Works part time, Secretary of Sunday school, member of Church choir, Jun- ior usher . . . Likes books and friend- ly people . . . dislikes conceited peo- ple. Hobbies . . . reading and listen- ing to radio Ambition . . . Nurse or Pediatrician. 51 RON WISNIEWSKI General 'tFeller" participated in Reserve and Varsity Football. He has a part time job. Ron's future ambition is to go into the electrical Held. He likes a certain girl, fried chicken, and to watch football games on T.V. Dis- likes homework. 2 .. QF wmwwxmw . .,,:,h,,. - Q Seniors XX XXX Wing ti X S, X .so XX is N Q if awaren- EDWIN A. WITTE General "Big Witte", tall, dark, and, hand- some, participated in football and track. He works at the Medical Care Facility. He likes all sports and driv- ing his new Ford. He dislikes people who quit school and donlt come back to finish. Ambition . . . X-Ray Tech- wwe ewm CAROLYN ANN WRIGHT College 'fCarolll, petite, and likeable to every- one, was in F.T.A., Chorus, Intra- mural Volleyball, Spanish Club, and was treasurer of Y-Teens. Activities outside of school include Y.P.D. Likes . . . playing the piano and conservative clothes. Hobbies . . . eating and thinking. Ambition--to succeed. GERADALEPE ALVIAR JR. X S x sg t .K is ss sn is r algae, A XX X X X NE X Qx xo. t X X nician. DELORES ZARIMBA College "Busy as a been describes f'Dee" who was active in j.C.L., Booster Club CPres.j, F.T.A. CV.P.D, Senior Play, Co-chairman of Homecoming, Jour- nalism, Prom committees, Student Council, National Honor Society CV.P.D, and much more. She was a Junior and Senior Arbor Girl. Am- bition-teacher. JACK ATKINS General College "Lupe" was quiet but friendly. He was a valuable member of the band and Hi-Y. He likes fine food and girls and dislikes nothing. Ambition- just any old thing that is successful. DAN BELANGER General Friendly . . . good-looking Dan. Al- though he was one of the quieter members, he was well liked by every- one. Dan's favorite pastimes are hunt- ing and working on cars . . . except his own. Dan's future ambition: A career in business administration, RICHARD BROOKE College Likes good food and excitement . . . Dislikes people who don't know what they're talking about . . . Is undecided about his future occupation. 52 C Zfiuf if NO PHOTO AVAILABLE u DlDN'T HAVE A THING TO WEAR elim Ill 'lx 'iii gr. "Jack" always a friendly smile for everyone . . . Belonged to Hi-Y . . . Works at a local car lot . . . Likes girls, wild parties, fast cars, and water skiing . . . Dislikes stuck up people and homework . . . His am- bition in life is to remain a bachelor. ROGER BENSON General Rod holds the position of a local supermarket manager while working on the co-op program this year. Rod enjoys swimming, hunting and fishing -outdoor sports in general. He dis- likes anyone who's conceited. Future occupation: Conservation Officer. YOLANDA CASAREZ General . . . Participated in Student Council, the Spanish Club, and was on the library staff. Yolanda likes lemon yellow angora sweaters and long black hair. She dislikes pessimists and see- ing people unhappy. Her hobby is making rag dolls . . . Plans two years at Junior College. DAVID CHRISTENSEN General "Big Dave" wants to become a State Policeman. Dave likes money, motor- cycles, and rifles. Dave collects rare coins. ROOSEVELT DAY General Tulley has played reserve and varsity basketball. Roosevelt roller skates, dances, and plays basketball. He plans to make a career in the Air Force and become an electrician. He likes girls, fun, and most of all likes to eat. LARRY DYE General "D D" has played football for the Heights. He likes women, people in general, clothes, and cars. He hates slouchy people and people who make it bad for others. Larry wishes to complete school after high school. He likes to swim, dance, and race. JOHN EVENS General "Jay-E" participated in Student Council, F.A.A., Art Club, and Junior Achievement . . . He likes folk music, girls, and money . . . He dis- likes getting up at 7:00 to come to school . . . His hobby is art . . . . . . Ambition . . . Bookkeeper or Accountant. JEFFREY FRANKS College "Jeff," another quiet member of our class attended a ministerial school. He lists his likes and hobbies as be- ing art, electronics, photography, and mechanics . . . Someday he wishes to be a minister. 7965 ri'- fl ' PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE N. XT- Q . In S f 99' U PHOTO Not Available OX 24, Q f iga we Assam . . . PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE TOM CROSS General While at Heights, "T.C." played foot- ball, but when away he enjoyed motorcycle riding, being a mechanical member of the Muskegon Motorcycle Club and of the A.M,A. He dislikes wasting time and likes drag races. His ambition is to travel. FREDONIA DRAKE College 'IDonia" . . . active in Spanish Club, French Club, and Y-teens. She likes singing and dancing and also L. Walker. She dislikes stuck up people. Her ambition is to be a registered nurse. She participates in the N.A.A. C.P. RONALD ESTLICK General Ron works at the Getty Street Food Market . . . He likes cars and having fun and always doing something . . . He has no special dislikes . . . Some- day he hopes to be a tool and die maker. BETTE FARRIOR Commercial "Tick" as she is known by many of her friends . . . Active in Future Ac- countants, Intramural Sports, Y- Teens. Bette likes having fun and being with people. Dislikes conceited people and acting serious. Her hob- bies include skating, bowling, and dancing. Ambition-to be a secretary. BETTY GORDAN General "Bette" took part in F.N.A. and Choir . . . She enjoys eating good food. Her dislikes are people who gain a lot and then think they are better than any one else . . . Her hobbies are collecting records and writing poetry . . . Ambition . . . Professional Cook, 53 DAVIE GORDON General "Nat" participated in varsity foot- ball, basketball, and track . . . He cuts his friends' hair and works at a local car wash . . . He likes nice girls, good food, and dancing . . . He dislikes conceited people . . . His hobbies are hunting and dancing . . . Ambition . . . Career in the Air Force. ERNEST S. HALL JR. General There's never a dull moment when "Bosco's" around. He participated in Gymnastics . . . Likes food, money, clothes, and a certain girl . . . dis- likes conceited people and people who take advantage of others. Hob- bies . . . skating and "jaming". Am- bition . . . Accountant. JUDITH ANN HANDLEY Commercial Judy is a newcomer to Heights this year. At L.C. Mohr High School she participated .in their swimming group and chorus. She enjoys cooking, sew- ing, horseback riding, folk and classic music. She dislikes our "not-too-pep- py' pep assemblies. Ambition-to do office work. SHAREEN HEINAKOSKI College Pretty and popular is Sherry. Active is also the word . . . Sherry was on the Homecoming Court, Sec'y. of National Honor Society, Student director of the Senior Play, Debate, F.T.A., F.N.A., Canary Project, and many more. Likes . . . clothes, T- Birds, and people. MARIE JASICK General Marie is active in YWCA. She lists her likes as pizza, boys, books, and the radio. Her dislikes are unfriendly people, and homework. Her hobbies are tennis and badminton . . . her future ambition, to become a nurse. 54 Seniors ABSENT WHEN PICTURES WERE MADE J, -3 -E--, W, Y 0 .4-I ,L L -f:::::,l! , ,, NOT sHowN s ci'-Q PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE 0 .fi , f CLYDE GRANT General Clyde took part in football. He lists his likes as skating, basketball, and football . . . He dislikes sophisticated people . . . His hobby is eating . . . Someday he wishes to be a mechanic. SIDNEY HAMSTRA General "Butch", as he is known by his many friends, participated in Hi-Y and manager for the Football and Basket- ball teams. He's on his church bas- ketball team . . . Likes cars, Lynnette, basketball . . . dislikes nothing. Hob- bies . . . basketball, and water-skiing. Ambition . . . Auto Mechanic. JAMES HARRIS General "Cotton", better known as James, participated in Volleyball and basket- ball. Outside of school he swims . . . likes girls, skating and dancing . . . dislikes large crowds, Enjoys swim- ming and hiking in his spare time. Ambition . . . Truck driver. JERRY HENDRICKSON General "Henry" participated in Gymnastics. He works on cars after school. Likes cars, money, and to work . . . he dislikes girls and history tests. In his spare time, he fishes and hunts. Ambition . . . A career in the Ma-- rines. CLIFFORD R. KENT College "Rick" has participated in Reserve and Varsity Football, Student Coun- cil, Jr. Commencement Usher, De- bate Club. He likes girls, sports, and food. His dislikes are confusion, con- ceit, and conformity. Works for the "Muskegon Panthers." DIANE KNUTSON General "Dee" was in the Chorus for two years. She likes Lee and having a good time . . . Dislikes being bored and staying home on weekends. Her hobby is collecting stuffed animals. Dee's ambition is to become a secre- tary. GEORGE LANGLOIS General "Joe," as his friends know him, works part-time for a local auto dealer. He likes girls, cars, food, and traveling . . . Dislikes women drivers. His hobbies are fishing, hunting, and foot- ball. Joe's ambition is to keep on working where he is now. CAROLINE MCCAREY General "Carol" is one of the quieter mem- bers of the class. She enjoys eating pizza, being with friends, hunting and skating. She has no dislikes. Future ambition-undecided. EMMA MODISETT Commercial "Jeanie" voted "Class Cut Up" . . . participated in Future Nurses, Stud- ent Council and Y-teens . . . she also sings in her church choir. Likes a certain guy . . . Dislikes conceited people. Ambition . . . To become a very successful career girl. JERRY RAMSVIG General Popular "Ram" ,... participated in football, track and basketball. jerry is well liked by all and his likes are hunting and fishing which are also his hobbies. 7965 f fl ll ZX micro NOT AVAILABLE ID08 5Y In V' f' lik NOT SHOWN 2 Av ALL A . 'fs If . ROGER LANCE College Roger is a member of Student Coun- cil, Latin Club, National Honor So- ciety, Rotary Club representative, Jr. Commencement Usher, Hi-Y, Tennis Team, and Orchestra. Works at Mc- Donalds. He likes money, tennis, and swimming. Ambition-Doctor. GRADY MADISON General "Gobby", a pal to everyone, plays basketball, hockey, and ice skates in after school activities. He lists his likes as girls, food, cars, and sports . . . dislikes girls with the "big head" . . . Ambition . . . get a car and more education. IVIICHAEL McKENNA General "Mike", a quieter member of the Senior class, wants to make "lot's of money." Likes cars and money - dislikes people who know it all. His hobby is Fishing. MARIE PARHAM General Marie is in the Girl's Glee Club and Intramural Sports. She likes pizza, going the church, reading, and cook- ing. She dislikes people who feel they are better than others. She would like to succeed in everything she does. SHELLEY ROBINSON General Shelley, who is well liked by her friends has no particular ambition planned, but she does like good look- ing boys and red. She lists her dis- likes as big lies. 55 PHILLIP CRAIG ROSMARIN College "Phil" has transferred to Heights this year from Washington High School. His activities include Band, Orches- tra, Dance Band, and the Pep Band. He lists his likes as basketball, foot- ball, playing the trumpet, and read- ing. Ambition-professional writer. HERBERT TAYLOR General Strictly a ladies' man is "Herbie" who lists his likes as sports, good food, nice girls, more food and girls. Dis- likes impolite people. Hobbies in- clude girls and cars, cars and girls. Ambition: To become successful and to marry the right girl. SHIRLEY THOMPSON General "Shellygali' as she is known by her friends is one of the less active mem- bers of the class. She likes to cook, sew, and dance. She dislikes conceit- ed people. She would like to go into some phase of nursing. JAMES WEST General "Jim," as his friends call him,.likes cars, basketball, and girls Cmostly Patb . . . Dislikes people who think they are smart, Jim would like to be a printer. CHARLES WISEMAN General "C.W.I' to his friends is one of the less active members of the class. His likes are girls, girls, and more girls. Outside school he enjoys playing re- cords and bowling. Ambition - to make the most of life. 56 Seniors , Q , I as? , , il ,SW I V , . PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE IK E NO PHOTO AVAILABLE Too BUSY ff I r NCQ N PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE DENNIS STAUFFER College "Denny", quiet but nice, participat- ed on our gymnastic team. He is a member of the United Youth Organ- ization. He enjoys sea food, sports cars, money, basketball, Fishing, and hunting. He dislikes stubborn peo- ple. Ambition-Professional Soldier CPhotographerJ . MELVIN TERELL General "Uncle Mel", participated in football and basketball and was voted "Most Athletic". Mel is happy by just being alive and his likes are playing bas- ketball, eating, and fishing. Mel's future occupation is to become rich by being a barber. ROGER LEE WALKER General Roger is one of our quieter members of the senior class . . . He likes good food and bowling . . . He lists his dislikes as homework . . . Someday he wishes to be a printer. JOANN LOUISE WILLIAMS Commercial Joann, well liked by many friends, was active in Intramural Sports and Y-Teens. She participated in the Pre-Christmas Sales Program. Likes school, friends, and Ken . . . dislikes unfriendly people. Hobbies . . . riding horses, baseball, and walking. Ambi- tion . . . Typist or Clerical worker. JEWELL ANN YOUNG General "LaFay'I as she is called by her friends has participated in Spanish Club, Y-Teens, and Chorus. She be- longs to the N.A.A.C.P. She likes cooking, dancing, and boys. Her hob- by is listening to jazz. Ambition - Business School. HO Robert McCaleb Number One In Class Kenneth Budnik Finalist National Merit Award Test Terrill Wilson Dale Klassen Judith Thoma Dorothy Gill Ernest Smith Sandra Carlson Owens Snowden Shareen Heinakoski James Harrington Jeanette Vos Sara Kay Whetstone Cynthia DeNio Don VanderLaan Rayiield Russ George Lafkas M. Cristina Borro Rudolf Fitzner Rosemary Poland Janice Porter Margaret Jones Peter McLemore Thelma Bordeaux Marjorie Lewis Sandra Minott OR I CHOLAR HIP UPPER THIRD CLASS OF 1965 . Robert McCa1eb . Kenneth Budnik . Roger Lance . Diane Posvistak . Sandra Sharum . Anita Kimble . Loren Reynolds . Delores Zarimba . Randall Senf . Susan Bartels 35. Suzanne Perley 36. Roger Brown 37. Sharon Merkins 38. Joyce Groeneveld 39. Joella. Bartels 40. Sandra Kalman 41. Jack Groeneveld 42. Jerry Critchett 43. Lloyd Compton 44. Jeffrey Franks Donna Hamstra Patricia Smith 47. Tim Paulson Roger Walker 49. Jean Miller 50. Donna Brondyke 51. Charles! Peabody 52. Clyde QBillQ Bols 53. 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D62 Y J is L-L1 f Sophomore It UYV: mir-.1 ivan, 13 w .o,oo 1 A Aizl . f:-1 - . . -wr-were 43, 22- ii 5-I J Us gay- i.jvr15,: fe:fQ,.1,.r, , 221 2574519 2 f N 1 4 52 1 ,'rLLL , ..,, ff .Zi ilk 5 ff' ' i Qi 5 's an we mm s it g C , grgigfw ,. , - . -a His H J . M o,oooo Y .. ,..L,, , -. 6 kzzo mhh. 7 W my B b W bb if, 5' 5 i m fig, ar ara e f fig? ' V - - Patricia Westbrook Tj.. K . Linda Wood Freshmen sf' ' , 5: ' .s , ,. . Q , ,,,, , 42, ,,,,. ., -,fflkil - ,.' , ..l mir. fiat, 1 A ,,,. B ' ' - I .flffii A . . 2 ' ' S ieffiiiffii It . ' 1-if? f .- fide: ' Mary Evans 'QP 1 A Jessie Franklin A ,h iiaggg, ,,:.-. U ::' 3' Mary Harris m , " Donald Banks Marva Billips Betty Blake Ron Butts John Carter Sharon Hartman Linda Hughes Mark Langlois Willie Moore Brenda Provencher Paula Sukup Bob Temple Carl Williams Cleveland Zachery Sam Aldridge Timothy Culp Marva Davis Deborah Dixon Forence Grisham Jessie Harris Judy Hendrickson Gwen Paige Larry Sliter Linda Stewart Mary Ann Thomas Deborah Vernor Linda Walker Carol Weaver Deborah Alcorn Mary Brown Bobbie Burch Sheila Baldwin Asaline Culver Ernestine Cox Frances Durham RUYALT REIGNS FRIDAY NIGHT Who Will Be The Queen? Shf-fry Ileinzxkoski, Donna Lee, Sandy Miuott, Pat Gaunt Klassen Head Of Senior Class By Palsy Mezsch The Senior Class of '65 gol of? to A flying start by electing iis class 0l'Gccrs. They are Dale Klasscn, pres- identg Georgc Laikns, vice-presldentg Loren Reynolds. secrctaryq and Rob- bie Mcilaleb. Lrixasurcr. Dale served as prcsi lent of the Junior Class last year, :ml currently holds ihe lille of Zrxd vice-president of regions 9.13. The First objective for the Seniors was Ln put on the pop assembly for our Hrsi. homo game against Grand Rapids Catholic Central. The assem- bly we-nt over quite well with thc student bucly, to help promote spirit for ilie game and anxiety Lo attend the first lug dance of the year after Lhc gurus. projccls in the near future Usher include choosing someone for the u'a'.iition:il Oaks zlepllczntion, :md raising pl'ojer:Lla to boost the money treasury, The Senior class is under tho :spcmsorship of img. Eloise Hemnn, Mr. Il. Dunn Wnstmzm, and Mr, Lawrvncxf Schaude. Ken Budnik Makes National Merit Randy Senf and Michal Battige Among Top Two Percent By Joan Shaffer Kenneth Buduik, a senior this year, has acquired one of the high- est academic honors which can come to zu high school studcfnt. He has been named. according To Mrs. Flor- cuci: Murray, counselor. one of dm semi-iiwsnlisbc in the National Meri! Scholarship program. To achieve this honor a student must place in the top one pcreent of the students in the US., totalling 806, 991 entries from all parts of Lhe nation. Ken lives at 2625 Sixth Stn-ci. in Muskegon Heights, and is currently exploring the colleges of his choicc. He would like, some day, io eam a doctofs degree in engineering, working with computers. His work requires seven years: of college, At present, the Univexsity of Michigan is Kelis choice, but not dcfinitcly yet, he snys. Senf and Bzlitige Commended Randy Serif and a fonncr NH-IHS student. Michal Bnttige, fwho moved to Muskcgonj were placcd in the top two percent of the merit winners and are therefore in the Commended Group-l 76 Poland, Kimble '65 Editor Oaks By Joan Shaffer IFS that time again. You know- from September io June. Of course? like once again time to start the Oaks of 1965 rolling, Failure of die year- book is impossible under the leader- ship of Anita Kimble and Rosemary .Poland as editors, "Flight" has been chosen as ihc theme with white as the color. Also, Rose and Anita are already concern- ing xhcmsulvrs about the foreword. Slimjing firmly behind Anita and Rose are the department heads, of which some 01' the more importani arc: Sczuiovs, Patsy Meisch, and Dclori.-1 Zarimbag Faculty, Ann Beard im 1 Evelyn. Friersnng Aciivities, Pam Pressler ani Donna Leng and Under- giuls, Terri llolwerda and Sandia Mlnotk. Also, very important are the Oaks' photnigraplicrs, Loren Reynoixis and Sully Vllehstcr, At anytime one may :Luc the flash of A bulb and can be 11 we Luren zmri Sally are doing their Naam :ml doing it Well, Our chief typist Judy Cox with .loelia Bartcls, Terri Holwerda, and Betty Clark assisting, have :in im- porwnt job to all publications for the Acorn, Chronicle and Oaks. These girls have n big job this year, as the editors plan no keep them very busy. As the Oaks progresses, more bul- ielim will be posted. Russ Heads Council By Delores Zmimba Elected lastspving in servc as President of our5tuilent Council was Ray Russ, Rnyhzvs been active in our school in wchorganizakicns as Inlin Club, H-Y,u'u:isurer of his junior class, zmdHe is on our de- baie learn. Ray is proving his ability as 21 lealvr by calling for ideas to raise more muncy for the treesmy. Elected also tc serve on the executive board of Student Council was Richard Baldwin, viccrpresidentg Donna Lee, sem-etaryp and Edgar Watson, treas- in-er. Mis! Jane Schroeder is the advisor for the Student Council. Huge Crowd Expected Here For Homecoming By Delores Zanmba Homecuming for 1964 has just about arrived! Friday night wc will know who will reign as Queen and King oi for tim coming sghcml year. Each year Student Council spon- sors the Homecoming and this year in is under the uhzmirmcmship of Muller! Baldwin. His Co-Chairman in Dolores Zzirimba. Plans were bc- yflm a month ago in preparation for zz truly unique Homecoming. The candidates vying for Queen iliiimes for King arc: lSillJarvi,Dzxle Klnssan, George linikas, and Peter Mcbvmore. Tho stu lent body voted today for the cfmlilaro of their choice in their l'x'm1urao.1x. Thv mmms of the Queen .m 1 King will be :mnouncrd at the luzilflimc ccrcmuuy Friilay in our gimme against Grand Haven. The Tiger marching band and the Tiger- oltes will pezpfcrm during halftirne, The clght seninr girls selected to he Arbor girls are Loren Reynolds, Wilson, Susan l'Z:n'tcls, :md Judy Thoma. Each year fluzcna oi' Mold timersw surnuhow nmncigf: In return to thc "scenes of their crimes" and take par! in :ill the fun Wilh lin: rest uf us, in this Annual Harm-coming rol- e'u-nlicm. Always mlnrlul, flrgfpite whmevui' the Wc'aLhc1'm:m Swinrgs along, dw Hoixwiroilxixvig ilsuzw is spc- ciui in lliv minfls :mtl lmerzms of shuw dmxtf. alwnni. and flir-mls. You will noi wan? in miss il. mic Pat Gaum, Sherrie Heinakoski, Anim Kimble, Sandy Sharum, Diane ' Donna Lee, and Sandy Minoit. Can- Povistnlc, Dfflores Zzzrimba, Terill ,, . Y ,, X X His Words Were Oaks In Acorns. Kjvom "Abraham Lincoln", by Edwin Marklnamj . Vol. XXXVXV MUSKEGON HEIGHTS HlGH SCHOOL Oc90ber2l, 1964 Neil MHHS Hosts Who Wil! Be The King? To Regions 9, 13 Convention By Delores Zarimba Muskegon Heights High School hosted the Regions 9-13 fall con- vention last Saturday. Dale Klassen, A senior here at Heights, is the Regions 9413 council's second vice- presllent and was chairman for this convenlicn. Two hunalred forty stulents plus forty advisors representing sixty schools from the lower western Mich- gan area attended the convenlion. Mr. Kruizenga Speaks Mr. H. A. Kruizc-nga was the main speaker, In his speech entitle I, HCM! To Leadership," Mr. Kruizengzx ex- pressed that to he a leader wg should not always conform to the ihe various compromises made in world. He lislcd the main require- ments for leadership as: a good edu- cation, an interest in our fellow man, and A belief and faifh in God, The theme for the convention was: Student Council - Dernocx'acy's Workshop In The School, Decora- tions representing democracy ac- cented with fall colors greeted the delegates. To help Dale plan this convention were the following committee chair- men: George Lafkas - Workshopsg Rosemary Poland - registrationsg Diane Raddatz - art and decora- ticnsg Sherrie Heinakowski - Iunchg Robbie McCaleb - packeesg and Pam Pressler - hospitality. The ofiicers for Regions 9-13 are: President - Jim Fisher from Mona Shores High Schoolg first vice-prcsv dent -4 Sue Cumick from Holland High Schoolg second vice-president - Dale Klassen from Heights High Schoolg third vice-president wilanei Dc Horn from Muskegon High Schoolg recording secrciary - Julic Herrick from Norih Muskegon High School: corresponding secretary - Jim Hradsky from Mona Shores High Sahoolg treasurer W- Sam Bird from Belding High Schoolg and consultant - Jeff Rosen from Muskegon High School. Miss Jane Schroeder is the local Student Council advisor at Heights High Pele Mcfbcmore, George Lafkas, Dale Klasson, Bill Jglrvi Wha't's Happening? Oct. 22-23 .,.. ....... , ...,....... T eachcfs Institute Qvaczxtianl Oct, 23 .,.... l .... .. ..,. Grand Haven Game fHomecomingD Nov. ., Nov. 3 .... Nov. 11, . i . , Nov. 14 .,.,. Nov. 25 .r... House ....Champiorx Spark Club Assembly . , . . . , .Debate Toumamont fl-Icreb . . . .... . . Muskegon iFooH3ulIb . . . . . , . .Thanksgiving Day Assembly Nov. 26-27 ..., ..,...,.,,. T hanksgiving Day Vacation Nov, Z7 ..... , ,... Grand Rapids Union flirxskealxalll Dec. 3-4 .,,, Dec. 15 ,.,.. Dec. 18 ..... Dec. 21 .... Dec, 22 ,.,. Dec, 23 .,,. ..............,.,Senior Class Play . . . . . .Ciiristmazs Bzmal Concert . . . . .Tmvcrse City Clfmsketballb . . . , . .Christn1a5 Orchestra Concert . . . . .Muskegon lliaskcthznlll Arena .........,,,.....,SnofDal1Prism Fisher Body Company Offers Model Awards Visiting Muskegon Heights High School recently was Mr. .lack Ewalt who presented the 1965 Fisher Body Craflsmmfs Guild school assembly program. . The program, which was extremely well received. consisted of a futur- istic slide film and a color movie, as well as a stage demonstration. Also shawn were some of the scholarship winning entries from the 1964 Crafts- mem's Guild Model car competition, Mr. Ewalt explained how every boy ol school ago has an opportunity to compete for 3117900 in university scholarships and cash awards. Boys not present at the assembly may enroll by writing to: Fisher Body Craftsman? Guild, Warren, Michigan, for more information. The Acorn Students Tell of Their This ls Many Woes to our By Ann Beard Dear Ann, I have a problem, my boyfrienrl is in love with lik cnr more than he is in love with ma. He would rather put rings in his car than around my finger. What should I do? Give him up? or be second best to hh car? Vee Eight Dear Vee Eight, Honey, I believe you had better check out. Any time a Jack would give his car a ring instead oi his girl, well, hc's ready for the home for the retarded. And as for being second host! Honey, don't you take the back seat to anyone, not even a V-B! Dear Ann, I have the biggest problem, my boyfriend is a big dirt! l love him very much and he says he loves me, but how can I be sure if he's always paying attention to all the other girls. Worried Dear Worried, This love Stull' is for the birds. Girl, wise up. Show the fool two can play the same game. You be a flirt, too, and just see how fast he'll come back home. Dear Ann, I am in lovu with one oi my teach- ersand luoisfiunklngmelambe- ginning to dislike him, but I don't wan! io. What should I do? Teachox-'s Pet Dear Teacher's Pet, You've got two choices: either sit in class and dazzle this man and make him fall in love with you, lorj study up, because when everyone ha grad- uated, you will be sitting in that chair all by your lonesome. Dear Ann Blanders, I have 2 problem. My boyfriend is going steady with another girl. Pvc been trying to wait patiently for him, but therds this other boy who is making me change my mind, in the mean time. Help! Should I wait for the Hrs! one or go lor the second one. Mixed-Up Dear Mixed-Up, 'You were a fool for waiting in ihe first place, Honey, but since you got the break, hurry up and take it. Why wait for someone who only comes when he's ready. Paint the town colon with your new fellow and then watch the reactions. Remember: His loss h your gain. Canary Project Starts Again By Delores Zurimba This year Muskegon Heights High School is again pil-ueipaung in the Canary Pmject. Mrs. Murray is the person in charge of this project at our sehool, although Mis. June Schmelzer, RN. is the Clinical Instructor of this project from the hospital. This program is helpful to students interested in hospital work. This project is also open to boys who are interested in hospital work. As yeg no name has been selected for the boys and Mrs Schmelzer R.N, is open to suggestions. The .students work at the hospihal two days a week,' two hours a day, for five weeks. The students participating i.n this program this year are: Theresa Bohn, Sandra Carlson, Lois Ebare, Margaret Jones, Jean Miller, Cindi Mohr, Pa- tricia Smith, and Ken Vallie. Ann Blanders Twenty-eight M.H. in Exchange Day By Dolores Znrimlm On Monday, Novcinbor 9, you probably noticed a number of "now" faces, On this day Muskegon Heights pafticipatrd in the area Stuclcnt Ex- change Day. This day was sponsored by the Irxtcr-school Stucleul. Council. The purpose of this program is to have better relations between the schools :md to have the sturlenfs hrcomc better :acquainted will: each other There were twenty-eight students f rom Heights who pnrliciparenl. Four- teen of them went in pairs to the seven :iron schools and fourteen of them aclefl as guides for those stu- dents who came to the Heights. The chairmen for this program were George Lafkas and Pam Prcssler. 1,600 College Photo Contest New York -Press Release -The 1965 Scholastic Phowgl-aphy Awards program for junior and senior high school students has been announced by the sponsoxs, Scholastic Muga- zines, Inc., and Eastman Kodak Company. The program. now in its 38th year, has been placed on the Approved List of National Contests and Activities for 1964-G5 by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. For the first time in the history of the program, a SIJKMI college schol- arship grant will he awarded lo a high school senior demonstrating :L combination of outstanding photo- graphic alvility and high academic standing and promise. Judging will he based on zz portfolio ol twelve examples oi the stumlenl's best photographic work. All students may enter blacluanrl- white prints, color prinls, and color transparencies. In addition to the scholarship grant, 263 awards total- ling 55,675 will be awarded for the best work in both black-and-white and color classifications. For a free rules booklet, write to: Sdiolastic Photography Awards, 50 West 44th Street. New York 10036, Three 1l59l Mmek. Hts High 37 40-2 Cheerleaders lllave New Look By Rosemary Poland Your cheerleaders will look so dif- ferent that you won't even recognize them! The varsity cheer- leaders are getting new uniforms. The uniforms will wnsisl. of orange pleated skirts with while inserls in the pleats and orange Vests. The girls had car washes this summer to pay for their uniforms. Thcrc'll be :1 new look in the cheerleaders, so 1et's see u "new look" in qheering by our students. Let's have some more spirit for our Tiger team. A hm-iter climbed into a tree so nobody would take him for a deer, It worked, mo-he was shot by mistake for a bear. Q u s Your Life B y Lore-n Reynolds One of Lhe most popular English teachers here at Heighls, Mr. Chester Zbojniewlcz, is the Journalism sfafY's November choice for this column. Born June 17, 1936, Mr. Jbojniewicz has spent most of his life here in Muskegon. H0 graduated from Cath- olic Central High School and then attended Muskegon Counity Com- munity College, but left after a year lu go to work. Three years later he returned to college and was grad- uated from Westem Michigan Uni- uated from Western Michigan Uni- Tliat, same year he married Mar- jorie McElfish and lhc Zbojniewiczes now have three children: David, Yvonne, and Lynne. Mr, Zbojniewicz spends his leisure time bowling, 'zhackingu on the golf course. and sometimes just plain loaf- ing around. We the Journalism class are proud to recognize you, Mr. Zbojniewicz, as a teacher we much admire. Food Basket By Delores Znrimbu Six families in the Muskegon area will again be presented with a Thanksgiving food basket from the School. This year Lhis project was headed by Loren Reynolds and Bob O'Brien students of Muskegon Heights High under the direction of the Student Council. We Thank You, Mr. Murray . . . by Sandy Minott We, the journalism class of M.H.H.S., have reserved this space in the Acom in order to thank a man whose knowledge, skill, and help have made this issue and hundmds more before it, possible. We thank you, Mr. William Edmond Murray. Here are A few of the vital statistic we'd like you to know about him. He was born in Detroit. Michigan, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murray. Most of his childhood was spent, however, in Bay City, Michigan. His father died when he was four, so his mother returned in her home town to renew her teaching position in the Elementary Grades in Bay City. Mr. Murray attended Bay City Central High School where he was a mem- ber of National Honor Society, Student Council, Dramatics, and was Secre- tary of hs senior class. He received his AB. Degree in Journalism from the U. of M., College of Literature, Science, and Arts and also from the U. of M., his M.A. Degree in English Literature. Truly a "working manf' he has been a reporter for the Bay City Times, the Grand Rapids Herald, and Muskegon Heights Record. At Ml-I.H.S., he has been a teacher of English and Journalism Chaimxan of the English Department since 1954. He has been an advisor of the Oaks, Acorn, and the Heights "news" for the Chronicle school page since 1930. Former President of Muskegon Heights Teachers Club, and member of NEA., M.E.A., he has acted as chairman of numerous Journalism and English meetings. He was a recipient of the Golden Key Award for Superior Service i.n Schol- astic Journalism given by the Michigan Imerscholastic Press Association, Dept. of Joumalism, U. of M. in May of 1963. He is a member of the Temple Methodist Church ber and treasurer of the Board of Trustees. He is of M. Alumni Club. Mr. Murray is also s family man. He is married to ings, who is presently a counselor at M1-l.H.S. Mrs. Northem Michigan University, where she get her Physical Education, and minored in English. They have two sons who are both line examples for his family. His oldest, Douglas R, Murray, MD., graduated from M.H.H.S. in 1952. and from the U. of M. Medical School in 1959. Prescntlv he is Chief of Surgery, Little Rock Air Force Base Jacksonville, Arkansasg married, one daughter, Ann Elizabeth, born April 1, 1964. fCongratu1at.ions to the proud grand-parentsb. Gordon F. Murmy, MD., a 1956 graduate of M.H.H,S. and a 1983 Cum Laude graduate of the U. oi M. Medical School. He is presently in his fini. year as Resident Surgeon at the John Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland. He, too, is married. Remarkably enough, both boys were awarded the Best Citizenship Award upon graduation from Heights High. Both were Tiger athletes. Mr. Murray has reason to have great pride, for a number of his former students have utilized their journalism by becoming College Correspondence Edimrsg Reporters and Editors on newspapels, magazines, and journals-some in foreign countricsg year book advisors, as Mr. Ken Drake from Edward Brothersg teachers of English and .loumalismg and successful college students. A believer of individual quiet excellence, one of his favorite quotations is Jams Barrie's, 'One of lifc's greatest pleasures lies in taking pains," As this article was written without Mr. Mun1iy's knowledge we can only hope that the feelings of appreciation and admiration we have for him, will and many years a mem- also a member of the U. the former Florence Bill- Murray is a graduate of B.S. Dcgreeg majored in of his devotion and love somehow get through to him. Heights wouldnt Be ' Heights without . . . By Judy Coz Palsy Meisch ,...... Basketball Team Mr. Pederson ............ dirty floors Ray Russ ........................ me Joan Shaffer .......... The Tigerettes Sandy Mhwtt .... The Football Team Delores Zarimha ....... dinky lockers Mr. Murray .... The Oak trees and all the nuts in the Senior class Jesse Donn ...... all those pcsty girls Torn Erickson ,,.... The blondes here .lorry Critchett. .a certain love aflair between Rick and someone else Art Helmcr ,... Mrs. Thompson's 9:00 study hall Evelyn Frierson ......Don1.elI Ann Beard ................ confusion Pam Prcssler ...,.... Mr. Maclntosch Linda Mzmgino. .thc rivalry in debate between me, Donna, George and Bill Linda Bringedahl. .our great Cross- Country coach Donna Lee ..... . , . .Mr. Ferdon Q-When should a baker stop bak- ing doughnuts? A-When he gets Lired of the whole business. a u o m td Pat Gaim! .Rudy Anita Kimble, .The Senior class play Judy Cox ....,......,..... '. . . Edgar Watson .......,......., Tigers Pat Gaunt .... The great Senior claws of 1965 Judy Thomas .,..,.. Sophomore class Emma Modiseti. . .all the noise in the Senior hall Robin Hoekcnga. . ,Orange and Black Bill Jarvi. .Coach Firlne yelling at me Loren Reynolds ...., barbecues every Thursday Terri Holwex-dn. .Art Hssitting next - to me in typing class Rosemary Poland ,.....,.,.. Mr. Mac Mr. Westman ............,. athletics Karen Buttermore. . . our fine, hard- working journalism alas Darlene Scott ,... McKinley Copeland Cowhand. A1'en't you putting your saddle on backwards, slr? Dude: That's all you know about it, smarty. You don't oven know which way l'm going. 4 1 1 A waitress asked me what I wanted. "I felt like an sandwich," I said. "Just give me your order. Don't blame me if the place is crowded." u . - Tigerettes Add Big Attraction By Donna Lee Orange and black pam-poms again decorate the front of the Muskegon Heights Tiger Marching Band. The pcm-pcm girls, a recent added addi- tion io the band, add the necessary "sugar and spice" to Muskegon Heights grid games. Dressed in orange and black mili- tary type uniforms for pre-game shows, the girls help start off the game with an "bang". With the Tiger- ettes changing into silver and black fringed uniforms for half-time spec- tators, the band becomes a sure-fire attraction for all football fans. Making up the rank of "Tigerettes" are Lonnie Galbreath, Judy Steward, Sharon Hittle, Valerie Faltinowski, Joan Shaffer and Donna Lee, captain. The alternate is Nanci Pickett. The girls accompanied the band to Benton Harbor to entertain during M.H.H.S. recent football excursion there. They also march in parades, the next one being the one on Nov. 11 for the Veterans Day parade. The girls are under the direction ol Mrs. Carolyn Hoover. The band is under the direction of Mr. Gene Markeievits and Mr. Roy McPhear- son, director. 77 Simi?-in X fi S1233 QQ' an 0. 17 -----vvv-"""" f M asze Speaks Zhe Language Of Zlze Heavens Standing: Carlson, Jackson, Pimpleton, Houston, Simmons, Rubayianes, Anderson, Rainey, Erickson, Weaver. Third row: Kelly, Bogany, P. Jackson, Spencer, Drewicki, B. Brown, Piggy, Smith, Nearing. Second row: Romans, Carruthers, Balkema, Scott, Privasky, Turner, Compton. First row: Harris, Thompson, Michalski, Clement. and MR. G. MARKLEVITS Director Standing: Mr. Marklevits CDirectorJ, Pittman CDrum Majorb, Crawford, Gills. Fourth Row: Hocking, Kniat, Baker, Menzkey, Brown. Third Row: Baldwin, Norton, Shalk, Cook, Scott, McCul1en, Ankeny, Thomas, Wade, Berry Ebare. Second Row: Johnson, Walker, Riley, Falkowski, Dykstra, Willis, Travis, Anderson, Craw- ford. First row: Harmon, Groenveld, Povilaitis, Ipple, Grant. arching rr and MR. R. Mc PHERSON Assistant Director 'T . 2 ES Drum Maj'0r M ajorezfte Phi Pittman M ajorezfte 5 , get ?' 4 ,.,. ' , ,,,,, , 5 Pat Gaunt Patsy Cox Tzlgereties 84 Judy Stewart, Donna Lee, Valerie Falkinowski, Lonnie Gal- breath, Joan Shaffer, and Sharon Hittle 07'Cl'L6Sf7'Cl Standing: Falkowski, Mr. Van Ravenswaay CDirectorJ, Jackson, Travis, Spencer, Christie Temple. Third row: Rasseler, DeHudy, Wilkins, Outwin, Bogany, Scott, Carruthers, Harris, Baldwin, Cook, Kniat, Hockin g. Second row: Dierking, Bohn, Board, Marchuk, Povilaitis, Walker, Privasky, Crawford, Riley, Bell, Valliy. First row: Budnik, Jones, B. Stone, Gil, Ashford, N. Stone, Ross, McCrregory. E Q , so , tl! Mr. Van Ravenswaay Director O Z. 7' iris' Zee lub Charon, Jones, Tarak, Ford, Jackson, Webb, Mezeske, M. Willias, Grant Johnson, Owens, Wiseman, Scott, Ceton, Thomas, Varnado, J. Williams Parham, Hutcherson, Hunter, Serene, Bird, Gaston, Westbrook Gaines, Miskel, Glover, C. Hunter, Garvey, Atkins Fourth row: Shultz, George, Stibitz, Farkes, O'Brien Third row: Posvistak, Christie, Watson, Duplessis, Gill Pimpleton Second row: Rassler, Kimble, Plank, Hunter, Merkins McCabe First row: Simot, Archer, Lewis, Hutchins, Welcome lzomliers Back row: O'Brien, Stibitz, Farkas, Mr. Charon, Turner, Pimpleton, Wat- son. ,Front row: Archer, Lewis, Hutchins, Plank, J. Bass, Healy, Walker, Bal- kema. Accompanist: C. Falkowski. Fourth row: H. Vines, Dooley, Jones, Isacson, Mr. Charon Third row: Allen, McCrea, S. Anderson, Hugey, Bal- kema, Eppink Second row: F. Drake, Dye, Walker, Riley, Udell First row: O'Neil, Falkowski, Healy, Cooper, J. Bass Oys Glee Zu 6 Fourth row: Mr. Charon, Krueger, Featherstone, OvB,.ien, R. Copeland, Dooley. Third row: Larabee, Hoffman, Crowell, Wahr, Simmons, Second row: Carter, Sliter, Hunt, C. Smith, Autman. First row: V. Allen, Turner, Bradley, McDaniel. Accompanist: Z. Bass. , f VA! Ji ,J f f' hams Mr. Charon, Boxer, Arthurhultz, M. Copeland, M. Johnson, C. Adams, Cooley, W. Sharp Stauffer Halasinski, Holtz, Knutson, P. Williams, Grim- mett, Johnson, D. Brown, Madison, G. Wil- liams, S. Williams, Wright, Evens Pepper, C. Wright, Harris, Arnold, Taylor Grant, Woirol, E. Banks, D. Raniney, Drake Jackson, T. Allen 1 7 Nuts 1 in W . ll QVAV 3' i 0 " no if ii 'I fy ' 0 f 0 7' ' 9 r xi, ' Q , f K -'-' i2g,1., ::, ' Q -,' A A f 'f-- I fs' in 9 I EX I o f ' l Q 5 1. ,:1, T ,ii , W Q 'Y .,,:h-f"1':. 1 I 1525, r g i ' CHARACTERS U Cornelia Otis Skinner Anita Kimble Alden Jim Harrington Michael Mike Pascavis Ethel Terri Holwerda Isobel Patsy Meisch l Mary Ann Barbara Kitchen Shirley Linda Camet l Eve Carrington Delores Zarimba l Janice O'Neill Joan Shaffer Produced and Directed Watson O'Neill George Lafkas 1 Victoria Shaw Mrs. Shaw Maggie Dell Marty and Phelps Marty and Phelps Sam 88 Linda Bringedahl Toni Rokos Robin Hoekenga Dave Parritt Dave Parritt Bill Bolser Student Directors Place: New York City Time: The Present 1:2 Ci e Q' K' 41 ' i felv A 'a,,,e I- QQ ea cv C. as 3 lg e' ,,A' ' Q 1 t Lyyk r U ago 0 0 . Make-Up: Annie Wheeler, Sheffer, Elizabeth Curtis, O' l Bartels . Stage Crew: Dave Parritt, Q Mike Swiatecki, Rodney Tilfffl t' r 'CCLA O 'Brien QQ -1 Y "fi ii V it N V Q wiki- Q. E1 55rd ' 1 ' ' X, , ' f '53 'f'P"f'11-'27 Q in .V f , : . L Qq i Q ':,a O00 b Mr. Robert Horton 0 y h H ' akoski Q Q S elrry em , Q oren Reynolds Q Q , Carol Glover, Karen Gail Bird, Joella Jerome Pimpleton, Ramsvig, Robert ZW f f W 5 fu I , n.a, ,,ua f. mes alirsxmfgaam 7, I N K if f ,ve . M ,f Q '5 K 6 4- Q , T' 'ham f 3 P 'W . ff 1 4 X 1 , 3' 13" L -fx , QQ YJ uf W iff: 'f'1?L',f!?f', f,,fMf5fL4gifil' V, xii fn 1 35:3 J ., ,. . ,,,AM '- '--' YM W. K qw my -4 .Mx-'M AeZz'ez'Zz'es A re Elements Of Success omecoming ela' 0150196723 CCZYYCZMCIZKS Queen and Ifzng Bill Jarvi Peter McLemore, George Lafkas, Dale Klassen MIS. OSC-Hr E. J01'l1'1S0n Sandra M1H0tt Pat Gaunt Sandra Mmott, Donna Lee, Sherry Heinakoski Peter McLemore, Oscar E Johnson On October 23, one of the most gala evenings of the year was held: Homecoming! This year's Homecoming found Sandra Minott and Peter McLemore our royal couple. Members of their court included: Pat Gaunt and Al Heneveldg Sherry Heinakoski and Ted Wil- liamsg Donna Lee and Mike Manginog Bill Jarvi and Diane Raddatzg Dale Klassen and Connie Thompson, and George Lafkas and Joan Shaffer. The Queen and King were escorted by Doug Brown and Almerth Walker, respectively. The royal couple was crowned by Mr. and Mrs. Oscar "Okie" johnson. Mr. Johnson was a former coach at Heights. The Senior Arbor girls were: Loren Reynolds, Anita Kimble, Sandra Sharum, Diane Posvistak, Delores Zarimba, Terrill Wilson, Susan Bar- tels, and Judy Thoma. The Band, under the direction of Mr. Gene Marklevits, provided the background music for the pro- cession. This year something new was tried at Homecoming. A recep- tion followed the game, in the cafeteria, instead of the usual dance. Anita Kimble was in charge of this reception. The Student Council, under the advice of Miss Schroeder, sponsored the Homecoming. This years chairmen were Delores Zarimba and Richard Baldwin. FOREIG EXCHA GE STUDENTS 7964- 7965 From Germany XX A .Q Rudolf Fitzner and the MacIntosh Family From Uruguay Brandenburg Gate in WEST BERLIN. Former center of WEST BERLIN. Since the WALL Cbuilt in front of the gatej it seems to be only a symbol of the former center. And Cristina Borro and the Foster Family 94 From Mexico Maria Guillen and the Dierking Family Student Council Officers I Richard Baldwin, Vice-Presidentg Donna Lee, Secretaryg Ray Russ, Presidentg Edgar Watson, Treasurer. Student ounett Back row: Daul, Hunter, Geeting, Jakubas, Allen, Thompson, Kniat, Jones, McGregory 4th row: Ruboyianes, McFarren, Cruthers, Parnell, Culber, Thomas, Forbes, Kolanowski 3rd row: Baker, Kimble, Webster, Reynolds, Ross, Grant, Frierson, Minott, Groeneveld 2nd row: Basch, Compton, Saladin, Morehouse, Klassen, Meisch, Zarimba, Smith, Shaffer Front row: McCaleb, Fitzner, Lee Csec.J, Russ fPres.D Baldwin CVice-Pres.D, Watson CTreasJ, Lafkas, Pellegrom, Miss Schroeder Cadvisorj U Balkema, Carlson, Gaston, Bartels Udell, Shaffer, jakubas, Frierson, Williams Kimble Ctreasurerj, Meisch Cvice-presidentj, Reynolds Csecretaryj, Zarimba fpresidentj Vos, Miss Cobb Cadvisorl 6 Cl Cl C ? 7, Culver, Bass, McCullen, Jakubas, Watson, Walker, Poviliatis 6 Gzym, Thompson, Minott, Heinakowski, Snowden, Harris, Mr. Kruizenga O 71 Ll Paulson Cvice-preside-ntb, Budnick Cpresidentl Senf ftreasurerj, Carlson Csecretaryb, Bartels, Mr. McKenzie Cadvisorj Fovluiialis, Kelly, Klassen, Campbell, Kolanowski, A. Zarimba Hoffman, Shaffer, Cox, Jakubas, Bartels, Privosky, Cecot. Wahr, Kimble CTreasurerJ, D. Zarimba CVice Presidentj, Valuck CPresidentJ, Meisch fSec- rr-tzrrvl. Ross, jones, Mr. Stevenson Cadvisorb 6 6 Cl Q 772 Back row: Thompson, Mangino, Bartels, DeMuth 6 2nd row: McGregory, Nobel, Thompson, Cecot, Jakubas Front row: Frierson, Poland QCaptainD, Lafkas KCC-Captainb, Pam Pressler, Lee, Russ e Cl u 6 98 5 I Back row: Thompson, Russ, Mangino, Cruthers, Baldwin, Fitzner 2nd row: McGregory, Nobel, Thompson, Cecot, Jakubas, Bartels Front row: Kimble, Poland CPres.J, Lafkas CVice-Pres.D, Pressler QSec.-Treas.J, Lee, Frierson Back row: Perley, Hoekenga, Camet, Holwerda, Braur, Bennet. Middle row: Curtis, Bringe dahl,Meisch, Kimble, Zarimba, Reynolds, Shaffer. Front row: Pimpleton, Parritt, Heinakoski Bartels, Harrington, Rokos, Pascavis, Mr. Horton Qadvisorb Cl 0 0 VL C ZOZ org 7? Cl Vice-President, Delores Zarimbag Secretary, Shareen Heinakoski Treasurer, Anita Kimbles President Robbie McCaIeb National Honor Society Members Robbie McCaleb Kenneth Budnik Roger Lance Diane Posvistak Anita Kimble Loren Reynolds Delores Zarimba Susan Bartels Dale Klassen Shareen Heinakoski Sara Kay Whetstone George Lafkas Rosemary Poland Peter McLemore Sandra Minott Miss Needham Adviser Garrett, Billips, P. Cox, Gadson, Goodes Watson, Vos, Blake, Thomas, Udell Viehl, Wilson CHistorianJ, Robinson C Vice Presidentb, Williams CPresidentJ, Cheeks CSecre retary 85 Treasurerb, Collins CReporterJ, Mr. Foster Cadvisorj Casarez, Clawson, Crowell, Wiseman, Harrison, Rufus, Rust, Daul, Burton Fife, Williams, Woodson, Watson, Jackson, Hoffman, Mayfield, Hayes, Robinson, Ross Gay, Davis, Vos, jones, Stewart, Stratton, B. Walker, L. Walker Hutcherson, Pepper, Morris, Thomas CtreasurerJ, Cross Csecretaryj, Gadson Cpresidentb, Jones Cvice-presidentj, Gay, Grant Z. 7' Cl G 7. Ross, Bunts, E. Cox, Burch, Elliott, Briggs, W. Frierson Rust, Serene, Blackshire, Brown, Klassen, A. Zarimba, Kolanowski, Daul Simont, Cunningham, Ross, Wheeler, Curtis, K. Geeting, L, Geeting, Miss Kidwell Cadvisorj . U Z Thomas, Harmon, Groeneveld, Erickson, Privasky Holwerda, Bradley, Suchosky, johnson, Carruthers, Scott Merle, Vanderlaan Ctreasurerlg Marchuk Cvice-presidentb, Dumont Cpresidentj, Pressler Csec- retaryj, Mr. MacIntosh Cadvisorl 101 77 Z! Arthurhultz, Esponiza, Williams, Johnson, Berry, Smith, Hill Neal, Ross, Dierking, Clawson, Dirkermer, Casarez, Deuster, Surner Blake, Brown, Hoffman, Grisham, Klassen, Zirimba, Thompson, Kolanowski, Goodes Boganey, Parker, Travis, Parker, Scott, Montgomery, Rufus, Jackson Riley, McGregory, Jones, Sharum, Simmons, Gill, Cox, Strong, Culver, Mayfield Mr. Parker Cadvisorb Ross Creporterb Frierson Cmember at largel Gill Ctreasurerj, Healy Cvice-presidentb, Snell CpresidentJ, Walker Cpresidentj Drake Cmember at largel Miss Olson Cadvisorj 7' 6 77 u 0 Smith, Dykstra, Knight, James, Brown, Huffman, Valley, Bell Bird, Marchuck, Mabrey, Ceton, Romans, Clement, Falkowski Claypool, Carruthers, Longmire, Fife, Bohn, Archer, Miller, Crowell Webster, Lafkas, Shalk, Riley Cpresidentj, Falkowski, Bolser, Mr. Pacquin Cadvisorj Ctreas- urerj Qvice-presidentl Csecretaryj Gaunt, Cox, Shaffer, Reynolds, Webster, Bartels Holwerda, Zarimba, Aldridge, Fitzner, Meisch, Borro, Heinakoski Mr. Schegardus Cadvisorj, Minott, Lee, Kimble, Qadvisorb, Ann Beard, Tony Rosmarin, were not available for picture. Poland, Pressler, Frierson, Mr. Murray Oaks Editors Rosemary Poland and Anita Kimble Acorn Editors Chronicle Editors Evelyn Frierson and Pam Pressler Sandy Minott and Donna Lee f 410 0' ff' ! f ff ' if f ff f ff If in U f 2,g' 6 . Q.-fl J ' . ff '-, am 6 ' - if 'Q 7MQwwa A Hymn I -af 104 AL 1 fi, .v""""" f Ka. 5 W ,1- 'M-v-..,,,,,,s ,H ,.,,,-N W? Lf' . 4 z 5. fig , ,, vw , gi .. ff, , Q f is Mm lk M ,.,V , f -My Wfffgk' ' S f , g' 'I ' ' 'TA f f Q , Y L! f , f ' ' gin A Q ,. 4' y H , g 115 f I 2 A.. 'f ,Y , ' A ' if f H 1 iii L S H' af af? Wffvffff v a ,, My bg My QM.-ws Ma ff W 4' 3 f J rf X 5 ' f , 2 ,, Cf Q ff fs , A K A 1 ff If 2 , , , - 221 2 5 f if Wk l, X w fr H' 'f'i ?fg f7 M ,,..i, V, if fi 2 1 4: it VZ X ' W M A ' N" ,e 2 V7 ' , -uf, W4 3 . ,, QM, , . W'..M4 ,. M fi T 1 ,fi W 5, 5 4 if f 'yi ' W, gg 2 f' . gy 4 , Mhz I ' L' f Rosemary Poland Capta.n Lyssa Emery wr . L innea f f ,fs L ,W sf?'2f2-3523! if 'r:""1figj , -f'Tgk'Kg5g x ,'k, f"'s -Xe -1, Q4 'vii ww' w-N ...V .Y, Raessler 'K A 'ff' Diane Posvistak ,l T, ,iii fa. :fax jg Q -.,-"4 .ff V M A ww - . H ' 'X ,A e, , sfiigign 23 Pam Pressler Co-Captain Tiger 4 I Sally Webster Alternate Alternate Terri Holwerda Anna Hutchins olly Michalski Y 55 heerleaders Lolly Michalski, Rosemary Poland Ccaptainj, Diane Posvistak Linea Raessler, Pam Pressler Cco-captainb, Lyssa Emery Connie Thompson Ccaptainj, Jackie Thompson, Judy Thomas, Sue Harmon I I I I I I. I Azflzleiics C0na'z'1fz'0ns the M ina' and the Body 110 Conference Oct. 22 Cross-Country Champi0HShiP LM-A-C- Muskegon Heights 29, Holland 63, Grand Haven 78' Grand Coast Conference, Oct. 24 Muskegon Heights 41, Orchard View 73. Regionals Oct. 31 I Kalamazoo 90, Muskegon Heights 93, Grand Rapids Christian 93. 11' 6 if 'i K .3 J? if! .x 3 lmdg fp we 25,9 3' Con Hence Star! 072 6767266 Cross-Country Season 1964-65 Cross-Country Champions Won 8 Lost 2 Tigers Opponents 19 Traverse City 40 35 Holland 23 19 Muskegon 40 20 Holland 37 25 Grand Haven 30 17 Traverse City 44 31 Muskegon 26 19 Benton Harbor 39 27 Grand Haven 29 24 Mona-Shores 35 STATE FINALS IN YPSILANTI NOV. 7, 1964 Coach Donn Westman Lovell Kennedy, Don Banks, James Todd Davicl Wilkins C60thJ, Edgar Watson, Hayes Jones fOlympic Gold Medal and Bronze Medal winner, 110 M. Hurdlesj Acie Banks C49thJ, James Autman C17thJ Donzell Neal C6thl Neil Stone C48thJ, Kenneth Young The team placed 7th in the State Finals. Mi! A ,, . I . A S K Af. A fs, v ., W w, :,5 5 5 . 5 xg! gf N MN-W-'X-.-..-,,. 3, , Tiger czrsizfy alias 1.-X. , . X ' .. " 1 .. .. . , 4 N"""t' """"' . .. . X V ' ' " . .... .' .tt-mr' ' " . ,.: f :.. :. 1i::f "- .. -1: - . . 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Fiqh' --S " 1 -Y 4 :5Y,59zaf .1 2 'fi iiQ5fi??li'7ii' :fQK 7Kf:l15 Top Row: Arnold Ochs CCD, Maurice Wade, Clarence Guy, Richard Baldwin, Craig Schmidt, Ronzie Butts, James Crowell, ton, Don Steele, David Banks, Quinton Cooley, Fred Wade QMJ Middle Row: Del Firme CCD, Dick Vanderwest, Lloyd Compton, liams, Harry Evans, Brian McFarren, Willie johnson, Bernard Vines, James Kirk, Ron Wisniewski, Fred Vaughn QMJ Bill Jarvi, Pete McLemore, Ernest Dooley, Jerry Ramsvig, Tom Erickson, Rick Kent, Don Bryant, Melvin Terrell, Ray Russ, WE ' I 19 6 6 0 ' 0 24 VARSITY Godwin Heights Holland G. R. Catholic Traverse City Muskegon Catholic Grand Haven Benton Harbor G. R. South Muskegon 112 0 12 13 12 20 13 THEY 14 19 0 15 13 13 Our Heights High Football Team has really given the students of this- school something to be proud of this year. It's not because they won all their games, because they didn't. But more important than scores is the drive, ambition, ability, and will to win that the boys had. Our boys wouldn't let anything discourage them, they had bad breaks, heartbreaking games like Catholic, Benton Harbor and Muskegon, minor injuries, loss of players, but they didn't let this dampen their spirits. Every student in this school should have a great deal of pride in our team and be proud of their comeback and many achievements. rea! omebacff McKinley Copeland, Mike Gilchrist, Martell Jones, Tom Eggle- Fred Jackson, Bill Parker, john Carter, Dick Isacson, Carl Wil Front Row: Jerry Williams CCD, Harold Vines, Frank Krause Charles Pace, Henry Hunt CMJ Lv V '1 4' fe' ' ,wal sic, H,--,"' ' 'W L .. CV, V , ' 2 's". 1, -iw -L tfi: 'ists eff? M. T A Q wggyyq ,Y any wW'5',,w wwf ' NS' f 'vl,,w V 'Wlm'fj.Qjl . V Af" +'MQ4?f4f'f , 1515. 94" "P" r fL?L" .ifsaifxlixkifbfifl McKinley Copeland Junior Halfback All-City lst. Team All L.M.A.C. Team Offense and Defense 1 l Ernest Dooley, Senior End and Line Backer Offense and Defense on All Star Woodland TV Team W All State lst Team-U.P.I. All State 2nd Team-A.P. ' All L.M.A.C. Team A11-cw 1 t. T Bill Jarvi 1 y S Bam Senior Guard Honorable Mention on All City Team Offense and Defense iger ridden Xcel in cCFIRMne5597 Pete McLemore Senior Quarterback All-City lst. Team Honorable Mention on All-L.M.A.C. Team Ron Wisniewski Senior Guard Honorable Mention OH All-L.M.A.C. Team All City Team Offense and Defense Harold Vines Senior Fullback 114 Dick Vanderwest Senior Halfback Mike Gilchrist junior Center Honorable Mention on All-L.M.A.C. Team f , ww 4.42 J 7 1 Y ' M '-.lf ', ll' gp , 5 ,. ' az' ff 2 'Q za W " 7 .- . A - . 1ff4.af'qg,ya,fygy 'f -, EM M Craig Schmidt Junior Quarterback Honorable Mention on All-L.M.A.C. Team Don Bryant Senior Tackle Honorable Mention on All-L.M.A.C. Team A -1 Jerry Ramsvig Senior End Honorable Mention on All City Team All-L.M.A.C. Team Mel Terrell Senior Tackle All L.M.A.C. Team Honorable Mention on All City Team Z.LLLLZ6 Tigers Show rea! ozfeniial Front Row: Zell Bass, Tom Vanderwest, Glen Aubrey, Jerry McCarty, Walter Baker, Edward Day, Tom Scott, Tom Marble, Gary Ankeny, Chuck Schalk, Joe Popelar. Second Row: Ass't Coach Lloyd Swelnis, Frank Williams, Gerry Andre, Bill Willis, Jim Stibitz, Minor Thomas, Bill McIntyre, Glen Stewart, Jim Wesley, Frank Boxer, Otha Board. Third Row: Head Coach Gale Noel, Ken Johnson, Cleophas Culp, Ron Pimpleton, Syivester Kirks, Kenneth Copeland, Larry Keener, Andy Dykstra, Charles Bryant, Tom Farkas Top row: Glenn Miller, Wesley Evans, Mike Hull, Donald Swinford, Paul Miller, Ralph Ashford, James Pace, Peter Sauer, Dennis Williams, Manager Curtiss Williams RESERVE WE THEY Godwin Heights 25 0 Holland 12 7 G. R. Catholic 12 12 Traverse City 12 19 6- Muskegon Catholic 6 6 Grand Haven 6 21 ,J ' Benton Harbor 13 12 5 G. R. South 12 7 Muskegon 21 27 N f 5 at 0 Qi Eh 5 :LN as Q' -:E-ling! vs ,Z 1 llj 5 'Ty- 115 33354113 ?k?:2ilLS-V v ' 122655 igers Ula' heir z'5Zrz'cZ lmmlbs 7955 . . ,if fkr. W,,, , .. r P 3,- L, .,,,,, r,:ze,,..r, . - - I 7 mf'-if 7 , - -ziffafh i rr X ff 'wb 1 AQ 4 I 74 is M' xx r rw w f s v 5 9. A 5 rf J -W STL I ,v I f - 'if , f -1 9 W . , . 6 , 45 f fy! , 13 if L X 1 - "L f2'4f,:i-.Lf ' 3 1 1 121314, ww: mwgfir fm 1 fp Of f r W 213233 r ff ,wff swf W eg, W1 rn ff 1 yy? 3 W Q af W, mm mum J N X W SHIV - A 5 ' , , 1 , T55 , .5 4 ,,,,. ' -lffiffifk "' A John Davis Senior Center Arthur Davis Sonhomore Guard 116 Richard McGregory Senior Guard ii ' Xr- X311 .f in ,-H3-...,'X , - 55. , N X HX ii? XX'-me :PKK Q X is X X W W xx 1 Q asa Q i A My Q 'M 2 Xi X Q fx yi WR X Q? X' X ii X X X X X X W X x ea - - ii Q X,....X.,. E' ,Q F X Q Q Q ra , X . X X Q f RX X nf X N xv Mg? Q X X 5 5? rw l Q? P 'P Xb 5 f s ww ea' QQ. ' -A - . ...f A ,ner , rw ,X QfQ,5,L Z XXX- - reg, ,- r ' e ., - - I., 1 .A 1 5 e ' .exam-iff9S'I- fM9fifw4fisf:1fi - A '12 rX,..., rr. ,,,1, X- . . ,M,,,,, . ,f.Mf, X g 7kk,k 1 -f wffwwi.,.,. Ernest Smith Senior Forward ZIJTZ David Day Junior Forward arsizfy 1?:ow:hHarold Vines, Ernest Smith, John Davis, Richard McGregory, Gary Rl y glidlcille Row: Manager, Donzell Neal, Paul Myles, Harry Evans, David Day, M ge SH S Back Row: Statistician, Dale Klassen. Ralph Houston, Tom Scott, Arthur Davis F VARSITY THEY - G. R. Union 54 - Mona Shores 75 Grand Haven 66 Traverse City 46 Muskegon 49 Grandville 74 Catholic 60 Holland 62 Mona Shores 64 Benton Harbor 95 Grand Haven 58 Traverse City 63 Muskegon 50 Holland 74 Catholic 54 Benton Harbor 96 DISTRICTS Muskegon 60 Catholic 46 REGIONALS G. R. Central 76 G. R. Ottawa Hills 69 6567726 t Row: Kenney Young, Willie Sharp, James Tumer, Charles Paschal, Jerry McC ty W stman, Coach M ddl Row: Lovis Fergeson, Glenn Miller, Larry Keener, Minor Thomas, Glenn A b y Ba k Row: Manager, Larry Gadson, Joe Augustus, Melvin Cross, Clarence Riley, Ma g K ly, Copeland g......u, RESERVE G. R. Union Mona Shores Grand Haven Traverse City Muskegon Grandville Catholic Holland Mona Shores Benton Harbor Grand Haven Traverse City Muskegon Holland Catholic Benton Harbor THEY 43 59 51 44 63 45 46 45 51 82 40 47 58 58 65 72 Donald Demuth, James DeHudy, Don Vanderlaan, Mike McCor- mick, Chuck Paschal, Dan Cude, Gary Burns, Robbie McCaleb, Al Dumont, George Lafkas, Pete Marchuk, Roger Lance Coach John Sydnor TIGER TENNIS SEASON 1964 Conference Won Lost 0 7 Record of all meets 3 10 Tied 2nd place in Muskegon Q f he 2,0 C 7 vi' Jet., Mr. Sydnor, Former Coach, Deserves ez Big Hemezff UNO, I won't be able to coach tennis this year due to pressing obligations in administration duties here at junior High," stated lVIr. john Sydnor, former tennis coach of M.H.H.S. In reply to many questions, Mr. Sydnor responded anxiously as he would if he were still tennis coach. "I'd like to coach again," commented Mr. Sydnor, "because the present group of players are some of the finest boys, ability- wise, that I have coached since being at Muskegon Heights High. They are fiercely competitive and at all times reflect credit on NII-IHS." Roger Lance should be one of the finest competitors in area tennis in the new spring year. He has practiced continuously and arduously during the summer months with some of the finest tennis players in the local area. Other boys such as Robbie Mc- Caleb, Al Dumont, and George Lafkas should provide the team with a well balanced attack. The team would like nothing better than a first in the Greater Muskegon Tournament ftied with Mona Shores for second place in the spring of 19643, and to make a respectable showing in conference and regional play. Coach Bidvia, Mike Swaitecki, Jim Krueger, Bill fM::Intyre, Peter Joosse, Ken Brunk Phil Kowalski, Joe Sternburgh, Bob Hansen, Mike Castagna, Jerry Scott A GOUETJS Best Comlbezfzzfor I5 - - HZMSKQV Muskegon Heights Golf Team - 1964 Duel Matches Opponents Tigers if North Muskegon 12 3 5 Mona Shores 13W IW I Q Holland 13 W 1 M 9513 Muskegon Catholic 314 385 :0 1 X I ji . Triangular meet: 99003 ' I Benton Harbor-15 Muskegon-14 Heights-O 9, E ee L! f ' Grand Haven 355 389 3 9 Muskegon 357 406 "iL'w up Traverse City IOM 4M Holland 363 392 North Muskegon 13 2 Mona Shores 15 0 Muskegon Catholic 314 388 Grand Haven 349 388 Summary: Lost 14 Won 0 Conference ............,................,...,............,...., 6th place 374 Regional ..,... ..,......,...... ............. 2 0 th place 426 D. Brown, Swanson, Archambault, Hemphill, Minzy, McGee fMgr,j, Martin, Critchett, Vander west, R. Brown, Doan, Riley, Schmidt, Coach Lloyd Swelnis, Epplet, Adams, Lynn, Nearing, Krueger, Norman, Geerzak Sir-P rake wo f all fame! Z 6,--' You 're Om!!! ,XZ BASEBALL, SPRING 1964 ,Q Coach: Lloyd Swelnis 5, Won - 7 Lost - 8 Opponents Heights Grand Haven 22 0 Mona Shores 4 5 I Muskegon 5 10 Benton Harbor 5 4 K Holland 6 5 , Catholic 4 8 vziigf-136 Christian 5 7 Muskegon 4 3 Christian 1 5 Traverse City 1 2 Traverse City 3 0 Catholic 0 1 NORTH PLAY-OFFS Muskegon 5 0 Holland 12 6 Mona Shores 12 8 Myles, Smith, Hamel, Neal, Wade, Steele, Boxer, Turner, A. Banks Coach Donn Westmann Cassistantj, Crowell, Kelley, Davis, Walker, Watson, D. Steele, P. O'Grady, Compton, M. O'Grady, Coach Rudy Thies Banks, Leadman, H. Vines, Sanders, Dooley, Johnson, Ceacot, Glover, Mitchell, J. Vines TRACK 1964 Results Hts 63 W Grandville Dual Meets Hts 60 East Grand Rapids Won Lost Hts 55 Grand Haven 5 1 Hts 50 Muskegon Hts 93 Mona Shores Hts 61 Muskegon Catholic Hts 74 Holland Quadrangular Hts 35V2 Muskegon Traverse City Benton Harbor Greater Muskegon Meet 2nd Regional 10th Conference 6th 6 i'eoo'eaa 5. 1 VNXQ .. s '-r--S-5 45W 49 54 59 16 -4 48 f 35 Ns? V? SOM If 53 46 48 points 7 points 16 points BEST PERFORMANCES OF 1964 High Jump: John Davis ..............,......... 5' 9" Pole Vault: J. D. Sanders ........................ 11' 3" Broad Jump: Johnnis Vines ...... Shot Put: William Walker ..... High Hurdles: Ron Hamel ...,... Low Hurdles: Ron Hamel .,,. ., ....,. 46' ....,..21, 3" 101: ,..,,...15.5 ..,.,,..19.6 100 Yd. Dash: Jim Johnson ....... ........ 1 0.1 220 Yd. Dash: Jim Johnson ..,.,.. ....... 2 2.7 440 Yd. Dash: Harold Vines ...... ...,... 5 2.9 880 Yd. Run: Don Banks ..........,......,..,... 2:O2.2 Mile Run: Richard Cecot ..........,...,...,..... 4:39.9 Mile Relay: J. Vines, H. Vines, D. Banks, E. Dooley ....,.............,....,...............,.... 3:35.5 880 Relay: D. Steele, J. D. Sanders, R. Hamel, J. Johnson ,...............,,.. ........ 1 233.9 Last Row: Rosalyn Chappel, Joan Moore, Carolyn Johnson, Gwen Burbs, Irma Wiseman. Second Row: Marsalene Jones, Shirley Anderson, Marsha Ross, Sylvia Walters, Monica Kirks. Front Row: Miss Thompson, Jane Taylor, Brenda Pierson, Nolia Hayes, Mary Ann Hughes Absent from Picture: Barbara Kitchen, Priscille Thompson ZTS Zhleiics This year Miss Cobb, the girls physical education teacher, has developed a well-rounded schedule to meet the demands and interests of any girls participating in physical education. The schedule consists of seasonal sports, individual sports, girls, exercise classes, dancing classes, a general class for sopho- mores, and a new class this year, gymnastics. In gymnastics the girls work on the uneven bars, the trampo- line, the balancing beam, and also do tumbling, vaulting, and free exercise. Besides the regular gym classes, Miss Cobb provides the girls with intramural basketball, volleyball Qwhich produced a winning teamj, and track. Muskegon Heights participates in a three-way track meet with Orchard View and Mona Shores. Last year the girls won a trophy. If they can win it two more years in a row, the trophy will remain at Heights forever! Last Row: Pat Jackson, Jean Wil liams, Joyce Warren Front Row: fus, Ester Elijah. Paulin e Day, Anna Ru- Mr. Leonard Schregardus Director of Athletics Mr. Arnold Ochs Varsity Football Assistant Coach Mr. Gale Noel Reserve Football Coach My X Mr. Del Firme Head Football Coach ur Coaches Mr. H. Donn Westman Cross-country Coach Reserve Basketball Coach Assistant Track Coach Boys Physical Education X"--... Miss Maxine Cobb Girls Athletics We Ee? ffl, ,C is to 43 .fix 7 ' f Mr. Rudy Thies Head Basketball Coach Track and Field Coach Mr. Jerry Williams Varsity Football Assistant Coach 3? Mr. Lloyd Swelnis Baseball Coach Reserve Football Girls Physical Education MY- John SYCIUOY Mr. Everett Bidvia Golf Coach Tennis Coach 125 K 1 If Pays Z0 Advertise AD INDEX American Coil and Spring Co. ..........,... 134 38 J. S. Anderson Packing Co. .....,.......,.. 140 39 Anderson Plumbing and Heating .......... 133 40 Ar-Jers Clothing ,.,.,.....,...............,.,....... 139 41 Baker Auto Glass ,,....... ,.,,........, ...... 1 3 2 42 Boelkins ...,............ ...... 1 3 1 43 Bono's Bootery .... ...... 1 41 44 Burger Chef ...................,... ...... 1 31 45. Camera Shop ...,..,.,...,....... ...... 1 35 46 Campbell Wyant Cannon .,..... .,.... 1 44 47 Christenson ,,..,,..,..,.......,...... ...... 1 40 48 Cliffls Auto Sales ...,....,...... ...... 1 39 49 Cline Green House .......,.. .i.... 1 32 50 Coca Cola Bottling Co. ...., ...... 1 38 51. Cohn's Furniture ........ ...... 1 38 52 Coles Bakery ........ ...... 1 39 53 Columbia Studio ........ .,.... 1 33 54 Commercial Press ,..... ...... 1 34 55 Consolidated Gas Co. ..... ...... 1 42 56 Consumers Power Co. ....... ....,. 1 38 57 Cooper's Flowers .......,... ...... 1 32 58 Coscarelli ......,.......... ...... 1 29 59 Curtis, Terrel, Inc. ...... ...,.. 1 39 60 Daniels .................. ...... 1 31 61 Dawes ......,....................,............,............. 138 62. D 85 C Dimestore .......,..,......................... 135 63. Economy Hardware and Gift Shop ...... 136 64. Federal Savings and Loans ..................., 137 65. Fisher Hardware .................. ...... 1 30 66. Fredricks Lumber Co. ................ ..,... 1 37 67. Fritz Drug Store ...,................................ 136 68 Greater Muskegon Professional 69 Photographers Association ...,....... ...... 1 45 70 Hackley Union Bank .,..,... ...... 1 41 71 Clyde Hendrick Realtor ..,... ...... 1 36 72 Howell's Fashion Fabrics .....,. ...... 1 44 73 Jiroch's ................................. ,...... 1 38 Fred Knack Ford ............ ......139 74 Lakos ,..................,....,.............. - ..,.. Lee Funeral ,...............,............,.. ...,.. Manning Maxwell and Moore ....... ...... Mart's Sunoco Service ........,,....., ...... Medendorps ......,..............,....... ...... Bob Moore Florist ....... Bob Moore Hondas ...,.. ..,,.. Murns Brothers .....................,. ....,.... Muskegon Business College ...... ,.,... National Lumberman's Bank ....... ...... Office Machines ..................,......, ....,. Paris Studio .....,.....,.............,... ...,.. Parsons .....,...,......... Potters Lamp Co. .... .....,.,. .......,... , Punches Thriftway ......,..,.....,..,.,..,........ Pyle Pattern and Manufacturing Co. Radium Photo Shop ......,..............,.......... Remwolt Cleaners ..,.... Ruiter Brothers .,..,. . Sealed Power .....,.. Senecal Imports ......., Shutters Hardware ............. ......... Sietsema Floor Covering Socks Sabin Cleaners ...,.. ......... Sperbers Men's Wear ...... .,....... The Square ..,,...,........... Stariha Agency ........... Steve's Beauty Shop ...... ......,.. Terri Lee's Market ...,... Vandervelde's .......... Vincent Chevrolet ....... Voss Hardware ......,. Votaw's T.V. ....... . Windatt Pontiac ,..... Yonker Supply ...... Bomers Realtor ----'-- Brunswick ,.....,,...... 130 133 142 135 133 134 147 137 146 138 141 146 137 131 132 132 130 135 140 143 139 139 136 132 144 130 144 130 137 136 141 140 140 134 144 147 141 JAMES COSCARELLI PERE MARQUETTE PARK LAKE MICHIGAN CONCESSIONS JIM COSCARELLI, Prop. Res. 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Phone PA 2-6496 BOELKINS Finer Foods A pleasanf place fo shop 2300 Maffefl' Sfreef Congralulalions lo lhe Class of 1964 PoH'er's Lamp Co. Dial PE 3-l806 27l9 Peck Slreel' Muskegon Heighls, Michigan DANIELS D1'stz'nctzAzfe Gifls 364 W. Western Avenue 131 4 PM n6'I:?fA K QQ it TQ Q- 1 if 5, A KJ i saga K Cant Beet Our Meaning muck ssnvicsj g "PHONES-2409 I 1 BROADWAY AT LEAHY "For the Best in Flower and Vegetable Plants CLINE'S GREENHOUSE Corner ot Hume and Ninth Street, Hts. Open evenings Phone P. E. 31003 Congratulations to Class of 1965 PUNCHES THRIFTWAY MARKET 3162 HEIGHTS RAVENNA RD. PHONE PE 9-3240 B K E R uto glass TYS Best Wishes Class ot I965 SAY IT WITH COOPER'S FLOWERS 25I2 Peck Street Phone PE 3-22l8 132 SERVICE T0 FOUNDRY INDUSTRY SINCE 1905 1 AUTOM Q-VI 0r Q N 4, f. w 'U 'X Q if 2 C U' Qmiiiiiiii ff e A I 2 5 LP Yfb 0 by 49 of -O3 9 041+ wt Hcnicw PYLE PATTERN MFG, CO., MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, MICHIGAN Courtesy ot MEDENDORP'S AUTO PARTS AND SUPPLIES 270 I Peck Street CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1965 YUUR SENIUR CLASS PHUTUGRAPHER Since 1939 Class of Portraits Distinction NO CAMERA CHARGE SATISFACTION ASSURED from ANDERSON PLUMBING and HEATING 809 TGFFHCG Street, Next Door to HosIer's 2429 Peck Street Phone PE 3-2935 Call PA 2-3013 for appointment Esfgggghed LEE FUNERAL HOME Ogirsgi-3+ 133 WINDATT PONTIAC 200I Peck Sf. Phone PA 2-6056 CONGRATULATIONS TO TI-IE CLASS OF 1965 from BOB MOORE, Florist 2764 Peck SIree'r Phone PE 3-I498 , Commerclal Press AMERICAN COIL SPRING COMPANY REMWOLT CLEANERS MART'S SUNOCO SERVICE TEMPLE AND BROADWAY -S 1 A ' 5h0P .. Am:. ' 'W -W-N... CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS! from D. 8. C. STORES, INC. Headquarters for all School Supplies 135 COMPLIMENTS OF FRITZ DRUG STORE PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 1 V A, ,, Q SINCE I9II gg I975 AppIe S+ree'r I "' ' ' 'TT 'WT " I 'H'ETi"" I Peck a+ B'oadWaY CLYIJE IIEIIIIIIII:II REALTOR and INSURANCE AGENT Phone: PE 32134 2301 Peck St. ECONOMY HARDWARE SIETSEMA FLOOR COVERING 8. GIFT SHOP FLOOR TILE - CARPET CERAMIC TILE - PLASTIC TILE "Economize with Economy" , 329 W. Broadway Phone P E 3-9900 28I2 Peck Street Muskegon HeIghts MUSKEGON HTS., MICHIGAN Phone PE 32-273 VANDERVELDE'S Furni+ure and Carpe+s Broadway af Fiffh Muskegon Heighfs CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1965 May you go on to bigger and better things Your future is in your own hands. PARSONS DEPARTMENT STORE MUSKEGON HEIGHTS We are ready, willing, and able to serve you with 104 Famous Na- tionally Advertised Brands. You'11 be amazed at our selections. Best Wishes From MURN BROS. GARAGE ' I ' Complete Motor Rebuilding A ' ' , Motor Tune-up sA m AND Loma Wm f 1 "" --X, Q 'rl ' 9332323335 T ' '- 1 zsio Peck sv 1 Muskeg H igms, Mich. U gg ,:::: A i FREDRICKS LUMBER CO. 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 ..,,,,,,,, ,,,,,rrMr.,-Vr,,,gg P E 39232 Refreshing remembrance 1 Pe XIGJ Furniture A Corner Peck 8. Broadway Muskegon Heights, Michigan nb t 3 9 lb 0 CONGRATULATIONS You have reached one of life's im- portant goals . . . graduation. Now, as you press toward even bigger accomplish- ments, we extend our best wishes for con- tinued success. Reddy Kilowatt Your Electric Servant CONSUMERS POWER COMPANY I .gb . , vzgum ' r 45 EAA AuToeRAPi-is I ll'-1--li-1--1 ' - 1 ,gn f fx 'eg' x 4 INV N C l N l one un ercur orit o o occ- on om an ' DRiNK xi 1 M 6962 l I lllll llill zf Bldd hyfThC CIC yuy P Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Muskegon DAWES FLORIST "Where Your Future ls Our Future" NATIONAL 'I''2E2E2EEEE3525Sfsizisiiieisisisiziiizir 1 Fsiafsiaisiziieif"ffi"1'f'2""1f15'iffifiiiieisizfsifir... 'rE25i:ErE1:- "1'f1E1fE5E555iEfE1E151ErE321551. :E1Er52EE5E?IIE5E3E:E:-.-A.,.. rEi1ErE:E51Er2E: :-.... . .ZfErE2i1 512152. 125E5E5E1E3E1' ss:ggzgiggigigigigigicir 5515:5:55:52:::51515E5iEEg3E5E5EgE1E2E1ErE1ErEE1E1E1E2:5:5:5g25. .,E5E52355E5E1EirErE2ErEr515:5:5:5:3:5:5:g5i.gfgfE5E5E5Ef:E42225 'E1ErE:ErE35:5E1 '+E1E2ErErE:E: 5' -:15:51ErE32fEE15rSrErE2ErErZ2515122535555525E3E3E5552E2E1E2Er:fEr' 1.52221312151555535555355553223E255:BE515rErErE:ErE1EEr:E?E5E5E' LUMBERMAN'S BANK MEMBER: FEDERAL oeposir INSURANCE coRPoRA'rxoN 225 W. Western Laketon at Sanford Sherman at Wickham Beltline Plaza Compliments of Jiroch Candy and Company Since 1866 Tobacco I r r as BEST WISHES to the CLASS OF '65 from COLEQS BAKERY '4Where good things come from" l'l QQ SENECAL IMPORTS, INC. 3325 Henry Street Muskegon, Michigan TeI. PE 3-2621 VOLKSWAGEN CURTIS - FERRELL, INC. 408 W. Western Avenue Muskegon, Michigan Office Machines Furniture Supplies PA 2-2806 PA 2-2174 SCHUTTER'S HARDWARE Feed and Groceries 3807 Apple Avenue PR 3-3140 NEW AND USED CARS AND TRUCKS AND PARTS 8. SERVICES "Fords the buy and Knack's the guy" FRED KNACK FORD, INC. PECK AT SHERMAN PE 3-1361 "The Stores That Know You" "TUXEDO JUN " CTION T-7 . Bd- C7foi!ZZn9 Ns CLIFF'S AUTO SALES -BEST FOR LESS- 23OO E. Broadway Muskegon, Michigan 97 E. Diana Ave. .f TU DIO Phone: PA 2-6203 RUITER BRUS. Plumbing, Hedfing and Air Conditioning 2831 MAFFETT STREET TELEPHONE PE 3 2681 VOSS HARDWARE 40 2027 Peck Sireei J. S. Anderson Packing Co VOTl1W'S T V SERVIGE Telephone PE 3-1995 2934 Peck Street 5. 'C , I f .. I 5, - ,P .. . Congratulations to the Class of I965 ONE BANK v SEVEN OFFICES HACKLEY Union National Bank AND TRUST CONIPANY Western at Fxrst,C1ay near First, Ap near Ge Muskegon Heights, Montague, North Mu gon, Nor VINCENT CHEVROLET HENRY AT SHERMAN AND SEAWAY DRIVE Office Machine Sales, Inc. gyms 2532 Peck Street Muskegon Hts., Michigan Congratulations To The Class of '65 Compliments of the BRUNSWICK CORPORATION The number nac:IeIEin E , QCD Bowling BOB MOORE HONDA-TRIUMPH SALES 2501 Peck Street Muskegon Heights E , , Besr wlsHEs Fon success ro THE 1965 GRAnuATEs CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY Man's progress is measured by his ability to substitute ma- chinery for his own muscles. Today our progress potential is almost infinite. Its only limit will be the capacity of our young people to forge new and better ways to do the world's work. Congratulations on your graduation, the first major step toward this goal. MANNING, MAXWELL Sm MOORE A mvusnou or mnusrmss, nec. Shown in the picture are Leatrice Brydges and Paul Flickema who are area high school graduates. Pictured above is Sealed Power's new electronic computer. This new installation uses a memory disc that can retain millions of characters of information, data for inventory, production control, prices, wage rates, customer discounts and employee records. All of this information is easily accessible in millionths of a second. This installation is accurate and saves work. Sealed Power is continually improving its facilities through the introduction of labor-saving equipment like this. It is only through this process of improvement that Sealed Power has managed to succeed and furnish more and more iobs. Yes, there are iob challenges at Sealed Power, however, it takes more training and education than ever before to qualify. We encourage each of you to take advantage of your training opportunities. In this regard, we congratulate the Class of 1965 in reaching a milestone in that continuing lifetime process of education. SEALED POWER CORPORATION LEADING MANUFACTURER OF ENGINE PARTS Plants Located in Muskegon and St. Johns, Michigan, Rochester and LaGrange, Indiana, Stratford, Ontario, and Naucalpan de Juarez, Mexico 143 Compliments of YONKER SUPPLY CO. THE STARIHA AGENCY Real Estate - Insurance Wholesale Plumbing 84 Heating Equipment Industrial Supplies Frank Stariha, Jr. Phone: PE 3-2169 2916 Sanford Sf. l 3 3 8 W O O D S T R E E T g g pppp H 0 W E L L 9 S SPERBER'S Mews WEAR FASHIGN FABRICS 1 DRESS FABRICS i t l ' 3 Westgate Shopping Center z fl? ,gs- 3 Muskegon, Michigan P21'CteI'1'1S -'- N0ti01'lS . w k Westgate Shopping Center li fslt fs .,'.' -Open 10 A,M, - 9 PM, Daily- 144 Congratulations to the Graduates of the CLASS OF 1965 "Opportunity often wears the world's best disguise-hard work." -Ellis Roberts CAMPBELL, WYANT 8. CANNON FOUNDRY COMPANY Division of Textron, Inc. GREATER MUSKEGON PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION BERVIN JOHNSON-Master of Photography MURRAY WHITE Muskegon Wedding Specialist TOURCOTTE-Master of Photography RADIUM PHOTO SERVICE PARIS STUDIOS KEN KOOIMAN PHOTOGRAPHY HANSON TOWNHOUSE COLUMBIA STUDIO CHRISTENSEN STUDIO C. FELT PHOTOGRAPHER CARL JOHNSON STUDIO BECKQUIST STUDIO 145 PARIS STUDIOS Fine Quality Portrciiture With Personal Service from Orville Elema and Carl Frans BOB MOORE'S HONDA-TRIUMPH sALEs 2501 Peck Street Muskegon Heights Best Wishes MUSKEGON BUSINESS COLLEGE FREE EMPLOYMENT Recent Graduates of ACCREDITED AS A TWO-YEAR JUNIOR COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Apple cat Spring To GRADUATES MUSKEGON HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL Autographs CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '65 Harry G. Bomers, J BROKER - REALTOR Phone: PE 3-6222 29 E. Broadway Muskegon Heights, Michigan I' no p gfsndes . . Y 5 Q12 - na? ' 'iff Q at , .,,, W V rngunllg 'o 9 I f .yi , E 5 ,VE . A ff ,A Wg X 7 2 Sf, if W- 0 www nglisfz In clerical work, in dentistry, in factories, in a grocery store, in college, in politics, in almost every phase of life a good basic English back- ground is essential. M.H.H.S. has to offer the basic English grammar and literature- classes giving a good understanding of theme writing, vocabulary, spelling, reading improvement, and good literature. f 6 'br W d' cmguczges Also, for the students expressing an interest and ability in speaking after completing their required semester of public speaking, are the debate and forensics classes. In almost the direct opposite direction of speaking is the writing of the journalism class which directs the editing of the Acorn, Oaks, and articles for the Chronicle. Lastly, but of no less value in the English de- partment, is the all-important library with its racks and stacks of knowledge for "every" course of study. W sf?'33N f'f , W r 1 , ,.., ,,.. W., ,nj fi-we-wwf",-wi. , m f. --wg,s,.t.a25?" wf WWI Hzauigii S,I9ee6fz r '-5' 151 'f NX f, J 1 4 - 1 6, XM f 0, 4 10 9 1 fi I x -lar .W The Cafeteria W 5 ur f WQ39 126' QE llvfu. 5 I ' o Vl'k 1 ,Ax f , e czilzemaiics MATHEMATICS IN M.H.H.S. The program of mathematics in M.H.H.S. is divided into two major parts. They are the fol- lowing: College Preparatory Mathematics and Non-College Mathematics. The College Prepara- tory courses are divided into several parts: Al- gebra I and II courses which give the student a basic knowledge in Algebrag Geometry I and II courses which introduce the student to Plane and Solid Geometryg Algebra III and IV or Ad- vanced Algebra which introduce the student to irrational numbers, logarithms, and equations with several unknown numbers. The closing Col- lege Preparatory course is Advanced Mathe- matics I and II, which primarily deal with Trigo- nometry and Analytic Geometry. The Refresher Mathematics I and II course and the General Mathematics I and II courses are the divisions for the Non-College course. Re- fresher Mathematics confronts the student with mathematical problems and gives them basic ideas for solving the everyday problems coming up in everyone's life. Science l . 5 L :MLB W R f is 5'!Yi?x A 1' - Y ' L' 125 X . X ,I N WX! '4 lla, ff limi 1' 7- L3 W ' - " fgw l' Q 5? A general outline of each course is as follows: World History is a one year course of Euro- pean history beginning with the early stone age. American History covers the history of Amer- ica, from the period of exploration and coloniza- tion, with its European background, to the present day. American Government studies the form and function of national, state, and local govern- ments in. the United States. Economics is an elective course that deals with the present day economic conditions, their problems, and how they may be met. 154 S 062221 Studies The purpose of our history and social science course is to prepare students for citizenship by developing an appreciation of American demo- cratic ideals. Through these courses the stu- dent becomes aware of the blessings afforded him by living in America. These courses are offered on two tracks, terminal and college en- trance. A major in social studies consists of three units of work selected from the same group of subjects. Since American History and American Government are required for everyone, they must be part of this major or minor. "Busy", that describes the Home Economics classes at Muskegon Heights High School. The Clothing and Foods De-partments have been busily working on projects, helping to build our young women of today, into tornorrowls home- makers. The clothing department, under the instruc- tion of Mrs. W. Dingler, has been working with different fibers and fabrics, and demonstrating their durability by means of burning tests. Color has also been a matter of study, which helped the girls choose the materials to be used for their spring project, which is making suits and coats. The foods department, under the instruction of Mrs, R. Harmon and Mrs. R. Tamblyn, has been studying such things as nutrition, table etiquette, and also, how to prepare a buffet luncheon. The foods classes also helped to make our Christmas Teachers Tea a success this year, by making party sandwiches. ome conomics 156 l The basic goal of the course is to acquaint the student with the automobile and its parts. The first semester is spent in studying the en- gine and its parts. A gre-at deal of this is done by studying from the text book. The second semester is spent in the study of the systems in the car, such as fuel system, cool- ing system, steering system, etc. As the student takes more auto mechanics, he will study major engine overhaul and in the fourth semester he will study the electric system. na'uszfrz'aZ Us All woodworking courses are designed for three types of student interest: those who are interested in learning woodworking such as the uses and care of tools, materials, and processes relative to the woodworking without stressing skills, those who are interested in Woodcraft as a hobby, and those who are interested in funda- mentals of woodworking processes and materials relative to some field of woodworking industry. Mechanical Drawing is one of the essential tools of modern industry. All boys who intend to become engineers, architects, builders, or ma- chinists, should have as much drawing as their schedule will allow. It is the language which en- ables one man to communicate his ideas of the shape and construction of an object-a piece of machinery, a table, a kitchen cabinet, etc.-to another with maximum clarity and precision. na'usZrz'aZ V155 Machine Shop has proved to be a. popular and worthwhile subject with many students in our high school. With the proper approach and atti- tude, a student can learn the how to operate basic machine tools, such as la.thes, shapers, mill- ing machines, and drill presses. He can learn the fundamentals of bench work and the use of all types of hand tools. Machine Shop is primarily an avorcational or "trade" course of study. The beginning course in printing is centered around learning the basic fundamentals of hand composition. The primary things learned during the year are how to set and distribute type, how to take a proof, proofreading and making cor- rections in a type form, indentations, basic math for printers, the use of the printer's rule, using leaders, building borders around a type fo-rm, lining up numbers, and presswork of the ele- mentary nature. The advanced printing students are responsi- ble for doing a good share of the printing used for our school system. Not only does it consist of setting up production jobs, but also running the jobs off on the presses in the shop. Clyde Adams ...... Jack Adkins ,,....,...... Terrie Mae Allen .... Guadalupe Alviar Alphonso Anderson , Jack Anderson ..... Linda Balkema .... Acie Banks ........ Mercy Barney .4..... Joella Bartels .... Susan Bartels ......., Jacqueline Bass ....., Barbara Battle ..,... Ann Beard ......,.. Dan Belanger ..,.... Janet Bensinger ....... Rodger Benson ...., Juan Berry ..4.....,...... Robert Berry ......,... La Verne Blackshire Catherine Blake .......,.. Bill Bolser , ........ .. Patricia Boltze ......... Thelma Bordeaux ...,., Gary Botten ........... Jeanette Bovay .,..... Linda Bringedahl .... Donna Brondyke ,...., Richard Brooke ...,... Roger Brown ....,...,. Linda Bruckbauer ,. Donald Bryant ......,.,. Ronald Bryant ......,. Kenneth Budnik .,.... Gary Burns ..,........... Glenda Cady ...,..,.... Gwendelyn Calloway Linda Camet .,........,. Jack Carlson ...,,....... Sandra Carlson ....., Veron Carlson ...... Yolanda Casarez Sidney Chandler ....,. David Christensen Betty Clark ,............. Lloyd Compton ,... Judy Cox ........,.. Jerry Critchett .... Tom Cross ......... Dan Cude ,.....,..... Elizabeth Curtis ...... Roosevelt Day ..,... Cindy De Nio .,,... Dennis De Vowe .... Jesse Doan .,..,....,. Ernest Dooley ...... Freedonia Drake ..,.. Fred Drzewicki ..., Al Dumont ....,.... Larry Dye ...,,., Ted Dyer ........,.. Barbara Ebare ...... Montie Elwell ....., David Emery .... Tom Erickson ...,.. Ronald Estlick ..... Senior ......2016 Howden ........3320 Peck ...,.,.,......2317 Manz 55 E. Delano .........2025 Mclllwraith .,,...1455 E. Summit .,........,..3909 Linda .. .,....,. 2328 Leahy ...,..........3l09 8th .......18 E. Crescent 7th. ............2132 Riordan ,.......2229 Mc Illwraith Manz De Baker ........2658 Hts. Ravenna Rd. Valk .......220O Mc Illwraith 2309 Sanford .......2324 Leahy .....,2132 Baker ......,..,....2508 5th E. Center 6th ..,...2559 E. Broadway .........1313 E. Sherman ..,........2927 S. Valley ..,.....6384 Martin Road ........,...3217 Glendale ..,....,.....3317 Ninth ......2701 Worden .......2509 Howden .......2217 Wood ...,....2625 6th .,.........3308 8th ...,....3372 Murl ......,.2417 Hoyt .......,,2636 Park 6th Ellen .,.....,.2623 Mclllwraith ...........,....2536 9th ..............,.2520 Baker .....,.1934 E. Broadway ...,....,.....2753 S. Mill Iron ................6124 Martin Road 2709 Hts. Ravenna Rd. ................305O Mc Dermett ,...........3142 Glade ,.........3374 7th ........,,,..2525 Sanford Jarman ...,...4024 S. Dangle Rd. Austin ...,..,.517 E. Broadway ..............2508 Park ...........2400 Hoyt .,.......3333 Sanford ..............2927 5th .........2232 Riordan ...,...3216 Airline .......3308 Highland Valk 9th ,......245 W. Maplewood ......,.........1737 Shettler Directory John Evans .....,. Willie Ezell ....... .........3096 Mc Dermott ...,...,616 B North Drive 2421 Howden Betty Farrior ...........,.,....,...........................,. Rudolf Fitzner .,.,......,...,......,........,........, 1703 Edgewater and ..........., 1 Berlin 33, Menzelstrasse 9, Germany Jeffrey Franks .....,............,,,...............,......,.... 2832 Temple Evelyn Frierson ....................,...........,....,.,........ 2400 Wood Pat Frisbie ........... 2523 Hts--Ravenna Rd. Opaline Gadson ..... ..,.........,..,........... 2 649 Wood Linda Garvey ,.... ........ 1 431 Canterbury Pat Gaunt ,........... ..,............. 3 236 Peck Doreather Gay .,..... ............... 2 648 9th Roger Gierzak ..... Dorothy Gill ........ Carolyn Glover ..... Betty Gordan .,.... Davie Gordan ...,., Charlene Grant ....... Clyde Grant ........ Gloria Grant .......... Jack Groeneveld ..........., Joyce Groeneveld ..,........ Loisjeanne Grossenbacher Ernest Hall ..................,...... Donna Hamstra .....,..,..... Sidney Hamstra ..,.. Judy Handley ...,..,.. James Harrington .,... James Harris ......... Lillie Harris ........... Anita Hause ......,...... Shareen Heinakoski .... Arthur Helmer .,,.......... Gerald Hendrickson ....... Paul Hershey ..........,.... Sally Hobby ......,.... Robin Hoekenga ....... John Hoffman ..... Robert Holmes ..... Terry Holwerda ..... Shelia Hopkins ...... Phyllis Howell ..... Carol Hughes ...., Mary Hughes ,..,. William Hunter ....... Luella Hutcherson ....... Anna Hutchins ....... Marty Ippel ....,.. Cynthia Jacobs ...... Bill Jarvi ....,.... Marie Jasick .,.... Alice Jemison ..,.. Edwin Jimenez ....,. James Johnson ,...... Michael Johnson ,..... Margaret Jomes ..... Marsalene Jones .....,. Sandra Kalman .... Joanne Kammers .... Lovell Kennedy ..... Rick Kent ....,..... Eunice Grisham .... Harry Kerbuski ..... Anita Kimble ..... James Kirk ......, ..,...,.2620 Worden ......,2204 Riordan 3109 Klug .........2605 Mc Illwraith ,,.......2605 Mc Illwraith Hoyt ......,,.....2108 Hoyt .......,.1526 Oregon .........3229 5th .........3229 5th ...,.......,.2113 Peck ........2212 Howden .,..........2101 5th Sth .,............29l6 Waalkes ........25 W. Maplewood Manz .........,..2228 Manz ..,.......2027 Emmens 6th. , ........ 1092 E. Broadway .............,2843 Valley ....,..,3034 Waalkes ..,.............2124 Maffett ...,..158 E. Maplewood ............,..2552 White .......3481 S. Dangle .......,...,,...1729 Lee ......3367 Highland ......,.....2313 7th .......,,.3237 6th ..........,..3237 6th ..,.,...3118 Sanford ....,....2128 Wood .....,..,3233 Lemule ......3116 Glendale .....,..,.....2102 Emens ............4232 Quarterline ,.......3271 Jay Bee Road , .....,..,.,... 2401 Riordan .,..,....2840 Continental ....,,,2820 Mason Blvd. 2224 Maffett Leahy ,.,,.....2528 Wood ........3020 Temple .......1533 Norwich .......2130 Superior .......,,3925 Ellen .......2336 C Ray ,.........3046 Waalkes ....,....,.1237 Yorkshire ,.......660 D North Drive Barbara Kitchen Sandra Kittel ...... Dale Klassen ,...... Diane Knutson .....,. Phillip Kowalski .... Janice Koziak ...... Frank Krause ...... Karen Krause ..... George Lafkas ..... Senior Directory ...,..........2534 Riordan ........2771 Quarterline .,.............2916 5th .......4490 Henry .........,.....2145 8th .......2924 Waalkes ........3318 Mona ..,,...3318 Mona ......2920 Waalkes Roger Lance .,...... .......,.,..,. 3 220 Mona George Langlois ...,.. ....,,.....,..... 2 913 Baker Donna Lee ....... ........ 3 770 Hts-Ravenna Dorothy Lewis ..... .........,....,....,..... 2 611 Hoyt Marjorie Lewis ..,.... ,....,,.. 3 493 S. Black Creek Donna Lihan ....... ............. 4 13 E. Broadway Carol Lynn ....,.,... ............... 2 509 Jefferson Grady Madison ..,.,. ,.........., 1 60 E. Delano Martha Malone ..,.. ..,.,........... 2 533 Riordan Dan Manchesky ..,... ....... 2 116 E. Virginia Dr. Linda Mangino .,.... ................. 3 109 Temple Peter Marchuk ......, .........,.... 3 004 Temple Dianne McCabe .... Robbie McCaleb .. Dorothy McDanial Carolyn McCarey Richard McGregory Michael McKenna Peter McLemore Patsy Meisch ....... Sharon Merkins ...,. David Mezynski .... Jean Miller .......... Sandra Minott ...,, Leona Miskel ..,., Emma Modisett .... Dale Morehouse ..... Katie Morris ....,.. Cynthia Morrow .... Sharon Muskovin Donzell Neal .......... Robert Nearing ....,.. David Nelson ....... Dan Norton ........, Robert O'Brien .... Annie Odneal ....... Carrol Odneal ..... Carl Olson ....... Nels Olson ..,. Charlie Pace Carrie Paige ...... Felice Parham ,..... Marie Parham ...., David Parritt ...... Mike Pascavis .,,...., Wallace Patterson . Tim Paulson ...... Charles Peabody .4... Garry Pease ......... Richard Pelkey ...,, Gary Pellegrom Susie Pepper ...... Suzanne Perley ..... Sandra Peterson ,... Nancy Pickett ..,.. Margaret Plank ..,. Rosemary Poland .. .....,.2111 Van Allen .........2920 Jefferson .........,.,...2308 Manz ....,..,.2889 Brunswick ,......131 E. Hackley Norton W. Hume . ...,........ 521 Hendricks Rd. 3742 Hts. Ravenna Rd. . ............,.,.. 2845 Continental ...,........,,.3321 6th ...........,.2509 Hoyt ,......,...2209 Maffett ....,..2108 Mclllwraith ...........2409 Sanford ,.....2029 Superior .......3014 Glade ...............3220 7th ....,.........2320 Glade ........2036 McIllwraith .,,...........2954 Bailey .....,,....,....2205 7th ...,...,,2445 6th .........2525 Hoyt .........2441 Park ....,....2217 Sth .........2332 6th .......2644 Manz ...,...2729 Jarman ......,2504 Riordan ......,.2425 Sth ...,.....3232 6th . ...... , ...,....,.,...... 1894 David 3368 Micka 2609 Hts-Ravenna Rd. 5th ....,.,.......3304 Temple .....,..2856 Mason Blvd. ........,.,3014 Highland ...,,..2653 Howden ,.....,,...,3129 5th ...,....2341 Sanford ........,3273 Thoma 8th ......,.2641 S. Sheridan William Pollard ..,. Janice Porter ........ Diane Posvistak ....... James Potts ......... Pam Pressler ,..... Diane Raddatz ..., Linnea Raessler .... William Rager ..... Dorothy Rainey .,... Jerry Ramsvig ....., Loren Reynolds ...,., Rosa Ridley ..,... Gary Riley ..,..,.,.... Shelly Robinson ......, Toni Rokos .........,. Diane Ross ...,.. Ray Rudick .... Ray Russ ......,,.... David Saladin ....... J. D. Sanders ..... William Seitz ..,., Randy Senf .... Joan Shaffer ...... Theresa Sharpe .... Sandra Sharum .... Karen Sheffer ,,.... Nancy Shults ,,...... Richard Simmons . Tom Skok .....,........ Charley Smith ....,. Ernest Smith ...., Pat Smith ......,........ Owens Snowden ...,. Charles Steele ........ Wayne Sternberg .,,. Clifford Stevenson Judy Steward .,,..,.... Georgia Stewart .... Herbert Taylor ...... Melvin Terrell ..... Judy Thoma ........ Mike Thomas .... Nobie Thomas ...... Priscilla Thomas Shirley Thompson Robert Thornton ..... Mary Tiff ....,......... Simmeon Townsel Dennis Triano ...... Linda Tyson .......... Diane Valuck ..,.....,.. Peggy VanBrooklin Don VanderLaan Richard Vanderwest Gail Varnado . ,...... . ,. Thomas Vauters Linda Veihl ........... Bernard Vines ...... Harold Vines ...... Jeanette Vos ,..... Barbara Wahr ..... Almerth Walker .. Roger Walker ........ Frances Walton ..... Justice Watkins .... Sally Webster ,.... ...........,2643 Manz 6th .............1846 Shettler Rd. .....,..744 A North Drive ......,..4324 Quarterline ...........3034 Sanford .......2900 Lemule ........2917 Leahy . ........ 702 A Ivory Riordan 17674 W. Spring Lake Rd. Leahy ...,....2529 Howden ......2409 Wood ..............3321 7th ..........,2345 Howden .........3038 Klug Rd. ..........2420 Lemule .......,1O Crescent .......,,24l3 Baker Lincoln .,.....,4154 S. Sheridan .......3349 Medema 9th Linda ........1088 E. Broadway .......,.3471 Paulsen Drive Lemule .....,,.1959 Shettler Road ...............2028 Wood ........2512 Howden ........,.2137 Maffett ........2610 Reynolds ..........2570 Getty ....,,.2898 Stratford ...,....2413 Leahy ..,...,.....3225 Temple ...,...309 E. 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