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

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599 if 1 5 + , ' ' ,LWAH an FC., A . nw" f-, X A ,A . 1 1 X ' .- , 2 --',fi,wv.,f af! ff' ', Y . -' 51:5 ,v P '5,i5.Qm 'W?" '25 '..An...- 'LM4f,1s6a1!-s-..f4m '-'.f:am,i!:, , A um?!':1FY"' . . -L, Svvgv- ' ak: 1966 Mrs. Kilgren . Nancy Nichols . Dave Wedell . Betty Stoneburner , Gloria Maynard . Orailia Rodriquez . Michelle McCarthy . Dawn Antonelli . Linda Moore . Deanna Decker . Lyn Wilson . Darlene Graham . Mary McConnell . Ann Moore . Marcie Schneider . Linda Scraver . Linda Holtz . Linda Dagen . Mary St. Amour . Carol Boucher . Mary Groeneveld . Tom Wedell . Gale Nobes . Mike Smith . Said 81 Done Staff . . Advisor . Editor-in-Chief . Assistant Editor . . . Faculty Editor . Assistant Faculty Editor . Division Page Editor . . t . Senior Class Editor . Assistant Senior Class Editor . . Activities Editor . Assistant Activities Editor . . Underclassnien Editor . Assistant Underclassinen Editor . . . . Sports Editor . Assistant Sports Editor . Assistant Sports Editor . . . Clubs Editor . Assistant Clubs Editor . . Advertising Editor . Assistant Advertising Editor . . . . Circulation . . Typist . Photographer . Photographer . Photographer TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ....... FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION . . SENIORS . . ACTIVITIES . . .IUNIORS . . SPORTS . . . SOPHOMORES . CLUBS . . . FRESHMEN . . CONCLUSION. . . ADVERTISING .. . . SENIOR DIRECTORY . . . 'Nw-1 The Said Done Staff R QS ' 1 1 1 W Cl x . 1 x Presents. . aim ik- , :Qi 9 Moments of 1 in K, 54 Decision K. V, -rx ,,.. 1 f ff, Dedicated To Mr. Harry Potter Mr. Potter has devoted 39 years of service to Muskegon High. Therefore the 1965-1966 student body would like to dedicate this annual to "Coach" Potter. -f sz, w if 5 ,Br ' 4 fi ' W , S ,i'?,,h MT . . 'mf' . ff , ,- , V I ws , WA. f , f wi SP' A . K ww ffyg ' M Q. ,W 0 . Nu' ,.,A4 4+- Wuum. WM 4 Q J' 1 1. 3,2 1424 5? y S ,,, 1 X 55211121 ,Q f my ww 4, li? A was fi M .nkk '?f23W:?T 3.51592 1473 N Zyl ' fa , Qig,AL WX K SM 4: ff F y' 1 As Mr. Burdick welcomes Mr. Austin, to the post of Superintendent of Schools, with a friendly smile and warm handshake, so does the Student Body and Faculty of Muskegon High. r K Nina. MR. RALPH MULLER MR. FRANK DEYOE Assistant Superintendent of Schools President of Board of Education The Board of Education from left to right are: James Anderson, George Hansen, William Austin, Superintendent of Schools Frank DeYoe, President of Board of Education, Ralph Muller, Vice-president of Board of Education H W Hathaway and John Carlson. The Board of Education has faced many problems in the past and they shall continue to face problems. They have done many good things for our school system and we are quite sure that they will go on doing as Well. The Said and Done Staff would like to extend its thanks to the Board of Education for many jobs well done. Each day each of us is faced with decisions which mold the course our lives will take. Two of the most serious decisions each person must make are his life's work and his life's partner. In this fast moving and changing day, new jobs are developing and others are passing out of existence. Many of you will have to be ready to prepare for three different types of work during your life. Even with all of these changes the great "Moment of Decision" is to have in mind and heart a statement made by David B. Steinman at an Honors Convocation in Ann Arbor-"Man must be awakened to the fact that, as never before, he is his brother's keeper. The human race must be made aware that reckless or unscrupulous conduct now amounts to race-suicide - that man's true progress and security are to be found in the principles of universal kindness and universal good will." Mr. Murel G. Burdick Principal All our lives we have decisions to make. Avoiding them makes us ineffectualg facing them with directness makes us grow in stature. Our hope for all students at Muskegon High School is that in making their decisions, both major or minor, they may have the intelligence to weigh all pertinent facts realistically, the wisdom to select only the finest and best courses of action, and the courage to hold to decisions which are morally right. Mrs. Alice Kyes Assistant Principal Mrs. Bartscht, and Mrs. Nelson Sitting left to right: Mrs. Hag- land, Mrs. Blue, Mrs. Com- stock. Standing left to right: Mrs. Niemeier, Mrs. Urbina, Miss Etterman, Mrs. Soder- strom, Mrs. Anderson. Mr. Sherwood Krause Mr. Henry Bolt Mr. James Coffin Mr. Herman L. Stephens Mr. Jerry Packard Machine Shop Technical Drawing, Cabinet Making Industrial Arts Drafting Central Michigan Blueprint Reading Western Michigan Ball State University Western Michigan University Western Michigan University University University Mr. Bruce Harwood Mr. Robert Knight Orchestra General Science Calvin College University of Wyoming Mrs. Francis Fisher Cupper left standingb Counselor Western Michigan University University of Illinois Mr. James Norris Cstanding middlej Counselor Central Michigan University University of Michigan Miss .loan Dodd iupper right standingj Counselor Western Michigan University Miss Harriet Reid flower left seatedj Counselor Makdatu State Western Michigan University Mr. Thomas McShannock flower right seatedl Physical Education Coach of Track and Cross Country Team Michigan State University Mr. Edward Hager Cleftj Counselor Coach of Big Red Basketball Team Beloit College Mr. Curt Prediger Counselor Western Michigan University Mr. Kenneth Kolberg Crightj Counselor Western Michigan University Va , VT: I L-4 mag, I a M 0 J W1 Mr. Fred Gerard Cciljnsgroei' I son C0'0P C0'Qrd?nat0f . . Louisiana State University Central Mlchlgan Umvefslty University of Texas wggwf if Mr. Kenneth Rolfe Algebra Western Michigan University, University of Michigan Mr. Douglas Tool Chemistry University of Nebraska, University of Michigan Seated left to right: Mrs. Ruth Ingalls Home Economics Hillsdale College, University of Michigan Miss Beatrice Buerman Family Relations St. Cloud State College, Mankato State College Miss Theo Pack Home Economics Columbia University Mrs. Ruth Andrews Home Economics University of Michigan, Western Michigan University Mr. John Harris Cstanding History lefty Adrian College, Michigan State University Mr. Josiah Tazelaar Cstand History University of Michigan ing rightb Mrs. Huldah Burdick Cseated lefth Speech Albion College, University of Michigan Mr. Frank Poling Cseated rightj Speech Eastern Michigan Univers Left to right: ity b Mr. David Zierafh Cupper left standingj Social Studies Iowa State Mr. Russell VanderWier Qupper right standingb Social Studies Western Michigan University Mr. William Paulson flower left seatedb Social Studies University of Michigan Mr. Jerry Van Pelf flower right seated? Social Studies Western Michigan University Mr. Paul Dunworth Cstanding upper leftj American History Western Michigan University University of Michigan Mrs. Helen Dykema Cseated lower lefty English Eastern Michigan University . . ,trams e -W - , . , ,.4a-mini,-, K 455551111 i A K flsigggi g. Mr. Winslow Cstanding rightj Co-op Co-ordinator Luther College Mr. James Curnalia Cseated lower rightj History Olivet College Cornell University Mr. William Curtis fstanding upper leftj Retailing State College of Iowa Mr. Arthur Schmitz Cstanding upper rightb Special Education University of Wisconsin Mr. Anthony Gilsdorf Cseatedb Bookkeeping University of Michigan University of Wisconsin 19 Mr. Fred Hilliard Cseated lefty Civics . I Syracuse University Mr. Derwin Walvoord Cseated rightj Co-op Co-ordinator Hope College Mr. Raymond Ritter Cupper left standingb English Western Michigan Miss Nancy Taylor Cseatedj English Purdue University Mr. Milton Houghfaling Cupper right standingj English Western Michigan University Mr. William Sfansell Orchestra Michigan State University Purdue University im' I Mr. Leslie Matthews Typing Ferris State University Mr. Russell Stevens Bookkeeping, Accounting DePauw University Northwestern University Mrs. Jean Trump Social Studies University of Michigan 'T' Mrs. Gertrude Gillaspy Gym Eastern Michigan University University of Michigan 1 Mr. Gerrit Wiegerink Co-ordinator for Co-op Hope College University of Michigan -Q I 'J I1 2 5 Lei ' - fn' HQ. ,yfieiav-fr It fs'-5 if - X 1' Q V 'i Y fi? ,vi 'Z . ,. 1 ,,g ' . , ,tl '13 - A " W I 'jg ll , Mr. Donald Livingston Bookkeeping Western Michigan University 21 Mr. Harold Weaver fupper left standing! English Adrian College Western Michigan University Mrs. Patricia Peters fmiddle seatedh English Madonna College Mr. Kenneth Taylor fupper right standingj Science Western Michigan University Mr. George Russcher fupper left seatedj History University of Michigan Miss Ethel Pihlstrom fupper right standingb History University of Minnesota Mrs. Maiorie Dekker flower left seatedb English - . Western Michigan University Miss Marian Helvie flower right seatedb Spanish University of Illinois Mrs. Lucile Silky flower right seatedj English Michigan State U. Mr. Raymond Bauer flower left seatedb Chemistry University of Notre Dame Mr. Nathan Roelofs fstanding middleb Plane Geometry Hope, Andrews College University of Michigan Western Michigan University Mr. L. J. Schiller Mrs. Judith Kaff Mr. Jay Sikkenga Civics English Special Education h Western Michigan University University of Michigan Michigan State University Mr. Theodore Belecz Mrs. Ellen Pool English, Journalism U 1 Vocal Music Notre Dame, Indiana UH1V6fS1ty University of Michigan Mr. Carl Bierregaard Band Western Michigan University Mr Donald Mooney Cabinet Making Iowa State University Miss Benifa Burger Typing Central Michigan University Mr. Michael Sfrazana Shop Western Michigan University Mr. Robert Bassett Electricity Western Michigan University Mr. Richard Cornish Auto Mechanics Western Michigan University Mr. John Harris Art Metal Michigan State University Mr. Rex Sheafhelm Printing Western Michigan University Mrs. Jackie Kilgren Art Western Michigan University Mr. Carl Krause English Eastern Michigan University University of Michigan tu Mr. Fred Franczek Mrs. Elanor Henrikson Mr. Pefer Oakes Typing, Office Practice Special Education Math Michigan State University Western Michigan University University of Michigan University of Michigan Q-. 1 Mr. Oren Rodewald Miss Ellen Nisper Mrs. Maiorie Rice Physics Algebra b . . I Speech, Dramatics, English Stout Institute Western Michigan UH1VefSlty University of Iowa University of Iowa University of Michigan Mr. Alan Wright Cupper left standing? Geometry University of Michigan Mrs. Mildred J. DeYoe Cseatedb Algebra University of Michigan Mr. Nelson W. Volz Cstanding to rightb Algebra Western Michigan University Mr. John Daenzer Cstanding leftj Retailing Western Michigan University Mrs. Mildred Brothers Cstanding rightj Bookkeeping, Shorthand Western Michigan University Mrs. Goldie Mayrose Cseated leftj Bookkeeping, Commercial Geography Indiana State College Mrs. Miram Briscoe Cseated rightl English University of Wisconsin Mr. John Toppen Cupper left standingl Math University of Michigan Mrs. Elizabeth Schuler Cmiddle standingb English University of Wisconsin, Ohio University Mr. Harry Potter Cupper right standingj Physical Education, Baseball Coach Western Michigan University Mrs. Martha Hall Cseated lefty English University of Michigan Mrs. Florence Tool Miss Mabel Sutton Mrs. Katherine Bifner French Latin, English French University of Colorado University of Michigan Hope College Radcliffe College Mr. Donald OH' Mr. Winthrop Traufman Mrs. Judith Ryan Biology Biology English U Q University of Michigan University of Michigan Michigan State University Mr. Terrance Coburn Mathematics Western Michigan University U if i Q4 img fi ,fi 2-wtf 31,-kg f is .',- my Mr. Robert Slickle Instructional Material Services Beloit College Michigan State University l 1 l Mrs. Margaret Elliot Mr. Thomas Lee Mrs. Phyllis Hallberg Mr. Lewis Meisch Librarian Library Library Clerk Illustrator for Visual Albion College West Point, U.S.M.A. Aids Department University of Michigan Wisconsin State University 28 K Q "Now what did I do with my students?" "Aw, He's got his Daddy's nose!" 'AI heard you the first time." So you let Bond get away-huh-Odd Job?" "Aw, Gee whiz, I bet you say that to all the guys." 'Pi 29 5 A-one-a-two-a-three Somebody made a booboo. sl... S' , , . 5 s is :sais Zi 1--2-314 ool education are the The last years of our high sch most important years in our lives. These years of decision will determine our future, whether we are failures or SUCCGSSGS. We also owe much to our teachers. They help us to h red to decide our life's profession. We should be very ono have such a dedicated faculty. There can be no doubt that Muskegon High has the best teachers in this area. We should be proud! ..... Custodians. sifting, left to right: William Ripley. Albert Zuiclema. Ford Hilliard. Steve Zydek, Tom Hawkins, Kenneth Kolkema, Charlie West. Standing: Jack Kreeze, Norman G, Bradley. Clarence Dawson, Kenneth VanRiper, Harold Grevell. Russel Scott. 1499 1,7 Arn 'QQ Student aides to cooks. -' 5, +1-wa A -e'., A M V? V . Cooks, front row: Edna Carlson and Thelma Olsen. CuSt0diaf1S at work- Back row: Gertie Kuiper, Jan Webber, and Virgie Niva. is 252 S 252 3 72 SE if E 2? pa 25 E fa is 2 s A S 15 pi 2 4 L 4 1 E 2 3 372 - mm ' Mf- ,,. ,.,, ey x the qw? - A gsa if WEEE? v1'QL 375 1 3 I ' k::f si gg: lx, 5hV7QL'5Q ' A ff 3' "' -ms 'W M K is Qi., M it-Q Faise1Abde1kader Tim Achterhoff Bill Adams ,Tw f i 2 M.. ix Sharon Albright Don Alexander Terry Archambault Connie Archer Marsha Anderson . Q V 63 F Don Arndt Richard Anderson Lena Aikens John Arnson f X Q Lois August Margaret Austermiller Ann Austin Linda Babcock Diane Baker Dick Baker qw-ww 'if-.M QI. If Pam Balkema Jack Barhitte Lynne Baslar Chuck Bates Mary Bal1Skk9 ffl' fa., Margaretta Beagle James Bennitt 1, 45 , X ,M X.. ix if "': Carl Blodow Janis Beekman Mary Beekman Gail Bellanger Julie Benson LaVonne Benson Judy Bisson Em e s Chip Bennitt Judy Blink Carol Bluhm Betty Bogue Dan Bogue Nancy Bollenbacher "All right buddy, open your mouth one more time and you'll get hit!" 35 ' x Aa 5 if ,. if' f all QR HWY., 6 if Q! 2 r .J-4 J-5:5 J for an il W? Barbara Boone Kathy Bordeaux Bonnie Borgeson Dick Boucher Jan Bowyer Connie Bradford Judy Breckbelt is af if ....... Q 'inks Mr? i ng? Michael Brents 'Sh-v , or , .sa , fr iff- aw . 5 :QQ-:,l'-V ,W reggae Jane Brooks Joyce Brosey for H T.. , if !"'2 cami 4 1, J I Rod Buikema Shirley Buikema Dave Campbell Fred Carey Dianne Brown David Buckner Betty Bowen ...,,, 1 K ar 2 iff Roger Brink Mark Buckley ? Peggy Bunce Harold Butler Kathleen Carey Alyce Carlson Dennis Carlson or x Jw Q., 'K 5 'Trp fiirw' 3:5 . f ' f3'fi':ffQ ff ff iegixiiis? Gerald Carlson Paul Carlson Phyllis Carlson Darlene Carlston Patty Castle M1 'fm a ,. li Q Q. K , v Wwe ' -. K ' fx.: -t nm, L ' QP, ,., V z ' 3:6 . K 7 M Q1 Terry Caughy Mary Cavanaugh Kenneth Chin John Christopherson Paula Christopherson F, wif l . Y . .,-, 1' 5535553 4, 1 by E A .,,r , .. ,S . ..j:a.g:rH, .I I, J rg X K 1 tial ff in , Q f,'k 1 "' . ,, 'Fifa Janis Cieslik Cheryl Cisler Bill Clapp Betty Clark Ralph Clarke ' l. 'Y g .A-.X ? . , fi.. Dee Colburn Sam Colburn Bob Collins Marjorie Cooper Donald Corning 'im QFD Ron Cook Autumn Cousineau Roy Cowdery Susan Cox Mary Coy A John Collie Bob Cross Anne Cunningham Pat Dahlstrom 4 2 -s f 1 v 2 22 Q 1 4 L Ma. . ,, 'fi M as K 4. 1 Nancy Crago .L Q, E' 4, Dennis Cross .iii C Al Curtice Sherry Daniels fp- Louise Cramblit adjif s. Gary Cross ,A nni he Si Eff Cheryl Curtis Susan Daniels K KA 1, ff' l f ,ul K Louis Cramer Sharon Cross David Darling Jean Crawford Sharon Cross 199 Linda Dagen a.17,3,5- A 94555 Charles Darwin Randy Dault Greg D'Avignon Mike Davis Randy Davis Martin Deater 38 ll. 'Dm Dianna Decker Tom Deery Gary Denhof Gary DeRiter Pam DeStefno Jeanne DeVette as - -imp Y' Eve Denton Dave Derda :fl .. . M gsm ff- Tom DeVries Marsha DeWind Dave DeYoe Michael Dixon Delores Dobb Jim Doctor Marsha Dorais l Paul Donbos Jeanne Dressler Bob Driver Racheal Duckett Jim Dumouchel Connie Dunnewin ai 4" 7 Just buzzing around. Leali Dybal Cleveland Dy es Lemuel Easley V ' K ,T ,, moi- Larry Edwards Fred Erickson Linda Eely Rita Ehrean Kent Eistedt Lynn Felgenhauer Sheila Farrell Joe Fearnley John Fehler f Q' so slay as E ,,,': , 4 . Gordon Fethke Virginia Felt Carolyn Fethke if , M A Bob Fairris ls. Sam Evans ' . . Q A of Q Jim Firos A 52 A We f A ., E mi Dave Edson Nancy Ellis Eileen Farr Andrew Felker Leon Fitzgerald Susan Flickema Earl Frazier Glen Gannon Dan Geribo .fgv :jf "" W Teddy Gill A Barbara Flowers !..1?35"ff ' 5ff,QlgS.T::.':::.,, Z 2 h Mike French km Q 5 a a 915-1' S 46' Tom Gardner af-I N i?Q4'2'1'-Z'f75Q'z::1:::: Gary Gerrans -X Elizabeth Floyd -wr"""'v 5 Dale Freye George Foreman, Jr. Kay Fox '!?""'Y Lorraine Friend Dawn Gauthier fa W t gk ' e . af' Richard Gauthier Paul Gerdes Dave Gienapp Lynne Gilbert Gary Gill Bob Gilmore Dorothy Gillespie Gerald Gillette Dave Gilliver Ugh! . H q fy? 9 4 1 H if , I if u, E3 ls. Li -. , M S K Joe Giroux t Sharon Glober Jesse Gonzales Jean Goranson Veronica Goryl Darlene Graham Patsy Gray if .B X fx , t ' ' -a, Av - G is 'Q -- e"a H sra H I ' 'mio ,,,, " ,,A: , r.. ,, V .g., HM, ,. ' V 5 f - was W- , is ,J ,QA X ,av , 5 5 WN? Q L 0 si Mb' H f ,snnn , S 2 . 5 if gn 5 5 w k , - mt: H H f 5 g Q QM qw 1 .,,,. 5 wx 5 jr -r, w 2 K- .-'L ' Wayne Griffin Agatha Grill Dennis Griswold Linda Hall 42 wa? Rose Gray Kathy Guibord Bruce Greive Tom Hamilton Sandra Hamm Larry Hammond Sharon Harkness BWI' Y""'1 Joyce Harper J effre Harrell Jackie Harris Linda Harris Jeff Hartman Sue Hartman Howard Harvey Cliff Hawkins You certainly find all kinds of garbage in lockers. Marcia Hecksel Bernard Heethuis Carol Heethuis Jim Hieftze James Heim Ralph Hesse is .'n.a 'Q M t Louise Hiljhing Virginia Hill Bob Hillard Sheila Hobson Carol Hoenecke 'Bas , X ,avr .sf Q if Adonica Hoffman e f 'WX - . .:,: fk 4 -Q..- Pat Howard Electa Ingram Janet J ordine Dave Hoffman Beth Howe - x " Y, 2 "" I A, nfff f A Nobel Isley Wt Diana Hoffman Susan Hoffman nf, S. 3 if Q 1' ' it .,. W, J I .A P , in y fl nav- fi kir- X' QQ ...a...t tugs. Jim Hunt John J azdzyk was" Leon J ewett F F: . is it Steve Hutchison -Q L M 5. , Z.. ., 4- ,7 vi ., Jeff' f Tom Jacobson is ji J Tig wma.. 3 , ' 'S .Lf 7 David Jibson '--we-.. Wayne Hosmer Phyllis Jandt CaSandra Johnson Yzsseieix 5 A Claudia Johnson Frances Johnson Frank Johnson Ken Johnson Paul Johnson Shirley Johnson Pat Jones Martha Jowers Dianne Judd Sandra Kahle Dennis Kaiser Fred Kaiser David Kamp Pat Kayler Dan Kelley Charles Fred Kerr J oan Kennebrew Hey, you! No cuts. Roger Keur 4. sa i J f?fiE.if,.14 Connie Kirkwood Marilyn Kittel Sharon Klemp Linda Kleyn Joanne Kline Judy Kline Hazel Kenney Sue Knapp Arnella Knox itil Larry Keehler Dan Kolkema Patricia Kozal Allan Kromer Wayne Kroll Charlene Krupp Tom Kutack John Lallo Sandy Larson William Larson Carol Lavery Norma Leitgeb Dave LeMaire Darlene Leonard Darlen Lester Janice Levelston Rick Lieffers Terry Linard Jane Lindstrom "Vi Linda Link Ellen Lipman Marylia Long Joesheihen Longmire Scarlet Lowery Candace Luczyk Larry Lulofs Linda Lutes Rosellen Luther Dave Lutzs QU"--'V Sue McA11nden James McCann Harold McDermed Don McFar1en Greer McKenzie Jim McKenzie Lois McRae Don McShannock ' .J ' ' an if f -K V uv 'Y x Q5- 'K : 715 rv S.. ,S Marcia Maxwell Ken Mertz Sharon Miller xv ft- Tim Mansfield X I v . Janie Martin Jim Mayo Marcia Medema Karen Meyer Marlene Mendham A912 GN Shirley Miller Dave Mills if wi wif. 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M as ,., 1 11 'K ORDER I, YOUQ , i ANNUAL NOW Allan Murdzia Christine Murphy WV Jerry Myers Out of order. , .W . , .. mf.: ., K 1 it r A If .- ,K,g.a11.- Mx , ,T ' iii-323 Hn - Jerry Neal Ed Nearanz Jeanette Neff Pat Nelson David Newmyer Nancy Nichols ,fi x -1 2. it if li 1 2 Lv, K S 'UG www 1 i l 'EG 4. Tom Niemi William Nummerdor Roger Ostling Barb Page Judy Pearson Robert Ostrander Marla Pastor w t Tom Noble Larry Noordhoff Sue Ogle David Olejarczyk Bobby Overton Janice Owen Mary Patterson Karen Payne Rex Norton 1 Q J ' ,' aff?"- af , it , " Dick Olson . . " '- ik 1- A Allen Pearcy Sue Peck John Peliotes Dave Pendell Jerry Pepin 50 1 my Mary Peterman -93 Harold Phinney y f"W'T'w 1 x '45 : - - Q: 2 ":"' David Poll A, y 14' sg ' 9 rife : - - fa Don Potter af Ks 5. Caroljean Peterson Ruth Peterson Willie Petty Pam Phillips K A Gary Pierce Carolyn Pittard Kathy Plunkett John Policka Larry Poll Carol Postema Harry Pothoff Sue Pethoff Janice Pugh Harriet Pulsipherf Larry Pummel 'Hp-fx Qlkfwwf' Barbara Rabach Carl Rademaky Mary Radtke Raymond Rainwater Judy Raymond . Sharon Rebedew Donna Redding David Robinson Oraila Roderiquez Steve Reilly QQ Q if Mike Rogers Kathy Reimer Randy Resterhouse -""'N Eff, i Roy Rogers Robert Rositch Gus Rukieh Barb Russell Carolyn Russell Mary Russo Nancy Rutz . Dawn Ryder Gary Samuels Lawreitha Sanders Sandy Saxe Charles Schadler Mike Schalk George Schankler Kimberly Schmidt Carolyn Schneider 52 sgifaig I K 1 V? J' MOL- .2 -' wr -sf ' We gy 1: X -im 'im 'hm fi' 4 xg HQ i 2 M A! Jean Schroeder Ron Schurtema Cindy Schweifler Linda Scraver Jim Seastrom fy 5. is ff 'iw A vii' 'FW 45' Russ Seba Earl Seeyle Scott Seiferlein Karen Seitz Ron Shafer AL Qin? D311 Sharp Amy Shaw R011 Sheeky Al Sheldon William Sherman Kathy Shetterly Barb Shoup Dolly Showers Ann Shriver Oh! He dropped it. Dave Sieplillga Linda Siewert iix f ' . sm, Ed Sironen Jody Sischo Gloria Smith Marilyn Smith Scott Snowfleet Sera Soderstrom i S ' . tti i it dy f 'fi 'i'-':o ' i rj M V ':- S , LAK, K K L X f D Dennis Sparks Cathy Speed 54 Qu- Mavis Siiter Mike Sikkenga Marcia Silvers a my D , D Y ' 'Six 5 , 1 f 1' wr' -2 -y 1 Mike Skidmore George Slater David Small THQ 1-.F , AB' Michael Smith Mike J. Smith Mike Smith . f if X qiffci Q :im 1 ee I Margaret Soli Mary Soli Sue Someroille Douglas Spoelma Paul Spoelman Wes Spyke .fi,i",, ...gi .- . I fs. ' 'EW V "'r f, wif f- , f S ' ig or we f, , " " gh , . 12 Peggy St. Denise JOAHH St' Amoul' MHTY ST- AH10111' Charles Stark Sharon Steedam "Nw-. Bill Stevens W Mark Storey Gloria Sullivan 5' 41,1 Patrica Strait Charles Sumner Going places? James Stedman Darcy Stenholm Sue Stoel June Strohrn Terry Strong Mary Suiter David Swanson Diana Stroud Bob Swanson rg, I f S ,ag . we X ig? S -ii' ,E ,-" . :,,A T f "'- W 'AA"L ,af , Ee, Mary Swieringa Mary Taylor Yah! Yahi Yahi Joann Tazelaar Cathie Teager Sandy Thomas y J J W ' x"" ' s A T , -:.' 'Q o,lo,., Vy,' Xfoh ' ti y n If ,, . "' ,, . . m y I, Bev Thompson James Tjapkes Jerry Tjapkes Edith Toman Marie Tomasiewicz Dale Townsend Larry Townsend Pat Travis Chuck Tuori Dennis Tyler -sa--J K1 Louanne Valk bob VanBenme1in Jim Vandam Steve Vallderlberg Nancy Yanderlaon Jean Yanderleest ' ,aah ' " 11 34 W as it .M , J Jackie VanGennep Sue YanKreve1in Jim Van Workem Ruth Vasquez Diane Wade fl Mary VVahr Sally Waite J Ni . 'Wil' .. .- -. ...M-J i J f fif: ,-e,h J 1. 4 55 as i e Dean YanderWal1 Mary Yanderweg 2 1 2 k xi f fa ,,f .I ,HF " . -, K n anis. f -X . -5, ffl hy l Q ' af' W aaa X, me fig, K y all Diane 'VanDyke Dave Valentine Hilda VanNoordwcyk Larry Van Riper David Visgo Sandy Voglsoug Terry Volz Nflhluf Ervin Wagner Godon Wagner MaryVVagen1naker Jean Waldo Vilisesser Walker Mike Wallenstein ,amax J ' 2l J iv fm .h- Barb Walvoord Jim Warren Bruce Weaver Carl Werner we 5' ia-Elf Louise Westerlund Jeanne Westlund Tom Weston Marsha Wiegand Lois Westerlund ,flfggift-. Sue Wierengo Yung Ted Wieranga Janet Wirtaner Richard Willcutt Ed Williams Sharon Williams Lynn Wilson Vickie Wilson Dave Witham Tom Witmer 'fs-A Martin Witt ' as Jerome Wojcik Tom Woodin Gregg Woodring Richard Woodward Diane Workman 2 it "' Q 7 Harold Workman t "'-1' aa? Q.. Paul Zemke Wilber Zirk Larry Workman Pat Workman Larry Wright , n,o4 - v if Jacklin Yates Mike Yeomans Jerry Young Lovie Wright 0' 2 at -If Tom Young Candace Zeedyk 41 1 - .nf ., K, Dennis Zietlow There is one in every crowd. Listen here! STUDENT NCT PICTURED MIKE ACETO PATRICIA AKERSHOEK DORTHY ALFORD DANA ANDREWS DENNIS ANDREWS RICHARD ASHBURN EUGENE BAILEY JACK BAILEY BRENT BECKSTROM JOHN BELMONTE BOB BLANCHETTE HARRIET BRYANT ROBERT CARR JOHN CASAREZ BERNADINE CHEYNE JOHN COLLINS ALFRED DENNIE SUE DORAN ROSE DRAPER DARLENE EDEN LUCINDS ENELL RANDAL ENELL LARRY FOOSE SHIRLEY FORD DAWN FOSTER LINDA GALION STANLEY GAWRONSKI SHARON GLOVER LINDA GOMEZ BRUCE GREWE DENNIS GUNST CHERILYNN HARRIS JAMES HARRIS ROY HARRISON CHARLES HIQNT VITALD JAWOR SHEILA JONES JIMMY KESTNER HAZEL KINNEY ROSE KITCHEN PATRICIA KUBICEK JOHN LANG GARY LEEBALL ROBERT LEEBALL MARY LEHMAN TERRANCE LEONARD DARLENE LESTER HAROLD LESTER HARRY LOGAN JANE MASTENBROOK ROSE MASTY CORALYN MATHENY KAROLYN MORGAN DANIEL MORIN DANIEL MORGAN DAVID NEWMYER MIKE OLSEN STEVE OTJWERKERK DENNIS PATTERSON EDWIN PRENTICE WILLIAM ROLLENHAGEN CARI RUCKER JOYCE SAMPLE TERRI SCHOLTENS JOAN SEGELSTROM TERRY SEGELSTROM DAN SMITH RICK SPRATT MARY SUITER NANCY SUTHERLAND DENNIS TAZELAAR DAVID THOMPSON ROSELYN VANDENBOSCH JAYNE VONTOM DAVE WEDELL LANCE WITTKOPP JEFFREY ZACHARIASON AUGUST GRADUATES PATRICIA AKERSHOEK DONALD ARNDT JANET BOWYER MICHAEL BRENTS JOHN CASAREZ LARRY EDWARDS GEORAGE FORMAN DALE FREYE GLEN GANNON WILLIE GRAY ROBERT HILLARD CHARLES HUNT DAVID JIBSON GARY LEEBALL HAROLD LESTER JANICE LEVELSTON DONALD MCFARLIN TIMOTHY MANSFIELD DANIEL MORIN JEROME NEAL CARL RADEMAKER AMY SHAW JAMES VANDAM RICHARD WOODWARD MICHALE YEOMANS Peter, Mary, and Louise, "Our Exchange Students" ' K' Brad Hyde Qleftb and Bob Driver show Lucila, Ingrid Carlos and Gloria, Mexican Exchange Students, our campus. 13, , ,, Claudia and Janet selecting new gowns for Senior Girls Dance. fa. ?1 Larry and Tim working on Keyhole. Y Bob, Phyllis and Gus looking over old A-V equipment up for sale. ...,....-ur! gguise, Mary, Peter, Carolyn and Gloria exchanging 1 s. SENIOR AUTOGRAPHS is , .5 I 1 X Jn SENIOR AUTOGRAPHS 52 Q gif A 2 K f M0128 N L, , ,, , l 5 4 L -'1 5 , . K : i q A f w . if A i 'vm fm ,LKV S L , W E KA n V , Lf ,f ,xv 15 V M 6 f ' A Y im 3 1 E , . 5 if 75, K 8 asv i .REX B gk QU is OUR FOREIGN FRIENDS Munich, Germany, sent us Carl-Peter Blo- dow, who has spent his year at the home of Terry Potts of 1288 Montgomery. Peter hopes to attend Munich University when he gets back home. He hopes to be- come a physicist, chemist or research worker in an industry. Hamburgers and hot dogs are at the top of his list in the line of food. Peter feels "teenagers are treated more like kids in school and more like adults when they go around with each other." 122.3 Louise Hiljding, exchange student from Stockholm, Sweden, lives with Margaret Austermiller at 2337 Vincent Road. During her stay she has learned to like pizza very much and milk shakes even bet- ter. She feels the teenagers are much more active and can talk to their elders easier than they do in Sweden. One of her favor- ite pastimes is driving around with the radio playing. She enjoys TV, her favorite pro- gram being "Get Smart." "Having no annuals in Sweden," she says, "I think this school with yearbooks is great." Plans for her future are not definite. From Finland this year we received Mervi Meriluoto who is staying at the home of Nancy Ellis of 1975 Miner. Mervi lives in Valkea- koski. The main difference, Mervi feels, is the school system. In Finland one takes 12 to 15 subjects each year. High school there teaches students to be more comprehensive, and the teachers expect much more of their students. Mervi feels, however, that there is more school spirit here at MHS. "It's something you don't meet in Europe," she says. "School is a place to study and nothing else." Having accomplished her goal of coming to America after her graduation in Finland, she hopes to attend Business College on her return. Thinking of her Swedish home. A scientific minded exchange student. MHS'S SCUTHERN "L-ur. " I 'Ka 4 Ar fi I Brains as well as looks. VISITORS Every year Muskegon Senior High School plays host to several Mexican Exchange students. These students come to the U.S. for three months during their summer vacation. Our visitors this year included Gloria Castaneda, a tenth grader who stayed with Kathy Wlodkowskig Ingrid Hansberg, a twelfth grader who stayed with Linda Reynoldsg Carlos Elizaga, a 9th grader, who stayed with Tom Meyersg and Lucila Vilches, another twelfth grader, who stayed with Linda Babcock. We hope they enjoyed their visit here this year as much as we enjoyed having them. TRAVELING 51 1 kkh' Q L-', xt- -. fi Carolyn Schneider, Muskegon's "Big Red Abroad" for 1965, was in Germany from June 21 through August 27. "Being a Berliner for a summer was the greatest experience of my life. I wasn't just a tourist, I lived with the Dr. Martin Hirsch- feld family and saw German life from the inside. Because of this there were many heart warming incidents which I shall cher- ish and remember always." "The honor of being MHS's "Big Red Abroad" made my 'dream' summer even more challenging and beneficial." BIG REDS Last summer Bob Driver, now a senior at MHS, spent most of his time living with a family in Montevideo. "I received a better understanding of the people, customs, education, and government of South America. One of the greatest dif- ferences is their courses of study are much more vigorous. Two years of English and four of French are mandatory. Some stu- dents take up to twelve subjects a year with eleven years of English." While in Montevideo, Bob met Pedro Ber- ger who was an exchange student to MHS in 1960. ia This past summer Phyllis Carlson had the experience of living with Herr and Frul Sorenson in their home in Ruakobing, Den- mark. She also stayed two weeks with her relatives in Franas, Sweden. During her stay, Phyllis hitch-hiked to Copenhagen, ferried to Germany, ate five meals a day, saw castles and churches built thousands of years ago, and saw women smoking cigars and pipes. "I would go back this minute if I could. Two months is not long enough to do all that one would like. It's hard to find something so much fun and educational at the same time." Jeanne DeVette spent her summer in Melle-Hannover, Germany. She says, "My German parents took me to several places of interest that surrounded my home. I lived in a very small town called Melle-Hannover in the northwestern part of West Germany. I met a lot of very interesting people, all of whom were very cordial and welcomed me wherever I went." Jeanne feels the main difference between American culture and German is the school system. All German young people in high school take 3 languages besides, all other subjects. Because of this, only about IOM of them graduate. "I was very fortunate to have this exper- ience, and I consider it a great opportunity." 2' . - av- snmgf nv" "J, 2'-E' , . . H A N " . H Q Af' 'ls J ' Us-'fs 0l1!'!l"' ln A 1' ' ' ' ' 1 E ,Sign ' a l ., , , , if E4 ff F Y 7 'O Sh vt r s , .H Kf 1 ' ' - ,p 'g ., . . V , e'sm 3 at l H' Q ,wwf.Am gf,'r .M y,, ,Q Qu?" W Q h' wi 5 ' my tx Q 1 . ' H A" M, lm ' M, if ww-M 'U A, aw 4 f NM f , f ,, if I X ,wig Q " : A ' 1 A WW ,qQ 5 4 'M+ ag Q v 4 - - N. nr " ' ,.-....L'J - .M 1 r Vm W H sf ,A W1 ' u 9 A w x it A E gym' - - 2 8 i 3 if . ' , -ff , ? E 'VL ,,,,,, , if xx . . q H 1 N' ,I v N H . WTS M' - ? fEy. "M" lfgl, was n Q 1 X -" Q". Q "'.f.f . 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These people are caught in a turmoil of intense emotion, where values must be changed. This change comes tragically when Ann reveals Larry's death, and Joe Miller cracks under his burden of guilt. uf Q' sf 2' 'N s -E il XV L ii 1 J 1 Bruce Weaver Becky Noor John Jazdzyk Rosellen Luthor Dave DeYoe SJ? Paul Marcus Barb Shoup Dick Craig . . Christy Benson Johnny Noor MQ, hx, H ,W 7 Majorettes for the 1965 66 season were Barbara Bowmaster, Diane Wade, Caro- lyn Morgan Pat Dahlstrom Kathy Hartsema and Jane Lindstrom. The Muskegon Big Red Band was led by high-stepping Drum Major Mike Smith this year, followed closely by the terrific majorettes. They all worked together performing marvel- ously at half-times and band shows. Q , M , ' ws .f 2 " if .1 ,M K , fait 1 2 , Ami if , 4 Milf ' A A, 1 1 r ' . .s 1 A I N A , W? :rw . H-IZ? BAND AND ORCHESTRA IN ACTION I S ,rr px, 5-. 1-A ,.X, , A .' K., . at 1 4 5 V x . A - o A it an if! + QQ"5fff- I, f - f -- 4 w fl X,1,.... , A rf! . sf' This year as in the past, Muskegon had a great band and orchestra. Selling candy and tickets for a pancake supper and concerts as money making projects, they were able to finance several trips and purchase new sheet music. A new group, the Muskegon Stage Band, was formed. This band is under the direction of Mr. William Stanzell and consists of eleven male members and one female singer, Lorainne Friend. John Matthews and Bob Ferris pose as the Big Red Indians. BIG RED INDIANS Senior Bob Ferris and junior John Mat- thews were selected out of other entries to become the Big Red Indians of 1965-66.- The Indians have performed at pep assemblies, pep rallies, and games. They have done a marvelous job in helping to boost MHS spir- it, though the spirit seemed to already be high because of our team's great record in both football and basketball this year. F 'fin-ag uw noun' Back row, left. to right: Ann Sutherland and Arnela Knox, Row 4: Vera Poort, Kathy Jewett, and Pam Morgan. Row 3: Janice Nicholas, Jamie Devett. Row 2: Tony Thompson, Sandy Dunn. Row 1: Sally Penington, Linda Jones, and Caroline McShan- ack. Af front: Sherry Daniels, Captain. CHEROKETTES The MHS Cherokettes are a group of twelve girls who twirl batons, performing in pep assemblies, half-time, and parades. The group originated in 1961 by Alice Walters and are now under the instruction of Nancy Daniels, who graduated from MHS last year. The girls, chosen by tryouts early in the year, practice Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the year on routines. MOCK R ELECTIONS MOST POPULAR Boy: John Christopherson Girl: Jean Crawford DONE MOST FOR THE SCHOOL Boy: Bob Cross Girl: Beth Howe MOST ATHLETIC Boy: Cliff Hawkins Girl: Janie Brooks MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Boy: Dave DeYoe Girl: Mary Radtke BEST DANCERS Boy: Rick Spratt Girl: Linda Siewert MOST SHY Boy: Mark Buckley Girl: Diane Wade CUTEST COUPLE Boy: George Slater Girl: Jean Crawford BEST ALL AROUND Boy: Dave Gienapp Girl: Lynne Gilbert CLASS SINGERS Boy: George Slater Girl: Lorraine Friend CLASS CUT-UPS Boy: Bruce Weaver Girl: Carol Postema CLASS MUSICIANS Boy: Mike Smith Girl: Frances Johnson BEST ACTORS Boy: John Jazdyk Girl: Rosellen Luther CLASS FLIRTS Boy: Paul Marcus Girl: Sue Wierengo BEST LOOKING Boy: Dean Vanderwall Girl: Pat Dahlstrom BEST DRESSED Boy: Bob Driver Girl: Claudia Johnson Mm- ' will SCHOOL DAZE TROY? VHIH MMV? MXH FA in for fr W ,Q 35 jf, af sf eg N .. . . :. S s 5 xi Q EX' 1 xxx if 5 ' WS 'ii'-' 3 a is f 3 F rm Q BIG REDS GN TV Each year the Student Council at MHS tries to arrange at least one showing on The Dick McKay Show. This year they were able to go on January 12. About 10 couples signed up and were seen at 4:30 by many from their homes. The show also featured several songs by Lorraine Friend and the MHS Stage Band. Pictures here were taken by Mr. Meisch from his television screen. SNOW E QL A S I "" A 1 s 'LS 1552 ZTQA5 . 1212 f , 1 Hi 1 I S , , H 2 ,X + 4 E 5 5 1 ,Q X 'Y S, Q22 ai 'aw 5 , T' 2 2 Es . wr W 1 ' -ff: f " 5:35555 faezssw , K , ,ffiiik Q CARNIVAL 9. .":,Sg gjpmf 5 L' f wwf gs 55' 1 , u fri, HQ 5 5' K..- qmwx z 3 Q + X .5 4--152K-i l , 2 if i , 5 L ' Big Red Alternates: Janie Brooks, Janet Langeland, and Linda House. Y Claudia Johnson, Lynne Gilbert, Beth Howe, Joyce Bro- Proof of Performance and Skill. seyi Karen Wolffis, and Jean Crawford model their new um orms. MHS can feel proud of its tremendous cheerleaders this year. This past summer they spent a week at Camp All-American near Howell, Michigan. The girls placed third in competition with other squads around the state receiving many ribbons, one of which for an outstanding pompon routine. In individual Competition, Beth Howe placed first and Claudia Johnson fourth in the state. Every group was judged on congeniality, personality, appearance, and poise. The girls were under the supervision of Mrs. Gertrude Gillespy. REDS IN ACTION Elizabeth Howe "Beth-and Howe!" "Beth Ann" Cheerleader 4 years Lynne Gilbert A Gilbert but Feminine" G KLynne! 7 Cheerleader 5 years S Jean Crawford 'KBean, the Queen" li "Bean" Cheerleader 5 years Karen Wolffis "Wee Willy Wolffis" "Wolffis" Cheerleader 2 years Claudia Johnson "The wax to watch!" "Claudi" Cheerleader 4 years Joyce Brosey "Rosey Brosey" "Joycie" Cheerleader 4 years LITTLE RED CHEERLEADERS P:-'K .,...,,,-ma-0 W.. f 'W 'lf Nancy Wagner, Lora Firlit, Susan McNair, Ann Moore, Sally Johnson and Susan Damante J fuss, In the fall of 1965, try outs were held for the Little Red cheerleaders. Competition was stiff. The required jumps included a regu- lar jump, spread eagle, side stag, and front stag. There were two required cheers, and one made up by the girls. Original chants were added to the try outs this year. The girls were judged on poise, pep, personality, and skill. Alternates: Susan Achterhoff, Sandy Korndorfer, and Janice Nichols LITTLE REDS IN ACTION .X Q, 7 N A SALUTE T0 THE CAMPUS KEYHOLE Band orchestra concert Dec. 21 D1-tx 211sth1:11f1te 111 1h1: :111- nuelt'i11'ist111as1'11n1-11-1 by 'he- 5y11t51111111i1 111111 K'11111'1-1-t 151111115 and C11'Cl11-airs. 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Hepworth D. Herald C. Hoekenga A. Holdridge P. Hollis R. Holst B. Hopkins D. Hosler R. Houseman S. Huff E. Ingram L. Jay J. Jenson M. Jewett D. Johnson D. Johnson J. Johnson V. Jones C. Keenan M. Kelsey B. Kenney B. Klevering J. Koday J. Konigg J. Kotrich 111 112 J. Kracht P. Kubicek P. Langlois C. Lawnstein R. Lewis V Little M. Loss J. McAlinden J. McCartney J. McTaggart S. Machowski D. MacNab L. Masser V. Maycroft D. Mitchell B. Moore D. Morin M Montaluo V. Morse D. Moulds J. Nelson P. Nelson J. Newsome M Parker T. Parrish G. Passarelli D. Patteirson J. Peop es W. Peterson M. Poel T. Raley J. Rameau D. Redmon R Reele B. Ricco J. Rodgers R. Rollins C. 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"MIGHTY BIG REDS" Gaining not only the city title, but the L.M.A.C. Muskegon Opponent championship as well, were the victorious Mus- kegon "Big Reds." Under the coaching of Roger Chiaverini, Bob Knight, and P. Koutches, the Big Reds enjoyed a perfect season for the first time in fourteen years, romping nine big wins. Displaying tremendous spirit and skill, the M.H.S. Big Reds remained undefeated after matching Wits with the notorious Heights Tigers. Undaunted by the Tiger's previous record, the Mighty Big Reds maintained control of the foot- ball and really Licked the Tigers. Leading the L.M.A.C. Star Team was Jim Van Woerkom, a 215 pound senior. VanWoerkom was one of the top five front linemen as well as a great offensive tackle. Also on the Star Team from M.H.S. were Dave Mills, Rick Spratt, Bill Larson, Dave Young, Willie Harris, Cliff Haw- kins, Willie Petty, and John Christophersen. Many others received honorable mentions. Lansing Sexton --- ..... -- 13 Mona Shores --- -- 0 Traverse City - - - - - 2 Benton Harbor .... - - 0 Grand Haven ..... - - 6 Catholic Central - - - - - 0 Holland .......... .... 6 Godwin Heights - - - - - - -7 Muskegon Heights - - - - - 14 117 gi?" gsm f' :ru rw. ... Y A -.M ,,,.,.---"" 40...- v , ....- v-f:' 4 4, , M 37 A. - - I 'l f , 5'--"' ' '- .4 P ' 2 fI'92fj'fI, ' .Eff If 11' 'N ' : u 5- .-.5 4 5 " f , 5, 2 A ' Q 4 1... , x , 4 54' 1 18 Y -fw- ,,,,.,.V...-,,.M-M--W' K, ,.,.A.,...v - f, V. 1 mfih. V ' I 1 is ,F W- , 5 wr? 'f fa- " .. f W xl! V .f 5 V. I " . V W' A ,Qi 1: ' ' f f , '-fi-iff-ss. , hh-' - I , ' Q A F 1 X 'J' ' fy fs-f-.v S E, W V 5, , .. W , 1. 37,3271 Kfdfgikgvfi- 571' -- by-, Afiifa ' L ,zf Q - 'H Q ,-QPF g ' E. - ' ,V . l" .. V1 I EW? A ,. C ' Y A . " - AV J ' . if-.,f?SIR -f' f f 'g f L 1' 3' , H V ,fm R -. wxwwift -Qikv qyfw q ' Ai -oi, -rr .f.Z,.. vf"""' -v - " ' f fn " --' - -,xv ,, 'V "iff '-'f v . 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Wg, 9 Q U73 " ' 535522 fP'l0fff55f'?-',,?ffd'.1 Qi fd-ww 3953 Ogg'-Z-2""' KW0 if x, gr if S W7 '3' iw 'fs W LKKIVN 19 - eff ,D af if E2 fLXffk.m W Q56 BI 124 1965 nusxscom urns sans won 8 Lost 0 T150 1 Row I left to right: Lowry, K., McShannock, D., Berdinski, S., Husted, H., Sptyma, M., VanderWeg, M., Karnitz, D., Juntunen R., Weideman, M., Schoonbeck, C. Row 2: Nelson, W., Vasquez, C., Flermoen, R., Pulliams, D., Jones, S., Hollis, R., Homan R., Dyer, G., Lowry, J. Row 3: Aardema, D., Young, R., Butler, N., Rop, R., Paniucki, T., Garrison, R., Vasquez, C., Lasswell D., Bacheller, E., Moore, P. Row 4: Salis R., Morgan, D., Schaalma, S., Joy, C., Hurst, E., McArthur, B., Wilkins, D., Peck B., Barrett, J. Row 5: Kroll, CMgr.J, LeMaire, CMgr.J, Workman, D., Funderburg, R., Williams, T., Ziara, T., Young, D., Coach Harp, Coach Hilliard. LITTLE REDS SCORE AGAIN ! The best M.H.S. Little Red football team in many seasons was seen in action this year. Outdoing last year's record of 8-1, the 1965 team had an 8-O-1 record. The team conquered all challengers except the Heights, reserve Tigers who clawed their way to a 12-12 tie. Through the coaching of Larry Harp and Fred Hilliard, the Little Reds scored 237 points to their opponents' 62. Muskegon Opponent 31 Orchard View .....-. 6 25 Mona Shores .E... - 6 27 Catholic Central -- - 6 32 Benton Harbor --- --- 14 26 Grand Haven -- --- 12 25 Mona Shores -- - 6 21 Holland ...-..... - 0 38 Godwin Heights --- - 0 12 Muskegon Heights ...2 12 UTTLE REDS SUCCESS 126 KES 85515 .. we M ..4 .. 1, ' ii- .lik K 'ofgiiaaii 'fav Row 1, left to right: D. Mixer CMgr.D, B. Ritcheske, J. Lang, D. Laskoski, C. Hawkins, T. Crawford, J. Ernvall. Row 2: M Buckley, A. Dehorn, W. Harris, R. Buikema, W. Petty, P. Abdelkader. Under the able coaching of Mr. Ed Hager, the M.H.S. Basketball Team started off their season with 5 straight wins. The entire squad put forth a tremendous effort and, at this time, have earned an exceptional 10-4-1 record. By the use of outstanding maneuvers, the Big Reds main- tained control of the ball in almost every game. They displayed some of their winning tactics during the second match with the favored Holland Dutchmen. Seeking revenge for an earlier loss, the Big Reds won the game in the last three seconds, thanks to a basket made by Willie Harris. In all, a successful season was enjoyed this year, and we all hope that the Muskeon Big Reds continue on their winning streak, Cwhich isn't luck, but SKILLU. Muskegon 68 92 72 78 63 82 75 74 79 78 73 64 75 84 67 A Muskegon C.C. --- Mona Shores ..... Opponent ----- 65 ---- 66 Benton Harbor ...... .... 6 9 Muskegon Heights --- ---- 77 Grand Haven ....... .... 5 4 Grand Rapids South East Grand Rapids Holland .......... Traverse City -- Mona Shores .-... --- ---- 82 -- .... 61 --- 83 ---- 76 ---- 64 Benton Harbor ...... .... 7 9 Muskegon Heights --- ---- 93 Grand Haven ..... .... 8 8 Muskegon C.C. --- Holland ........ ---- 61 --- 66 I +13 W md 5. Q ,, 1 N ' ' 3-"!1 - 141 Z' 'I - , . 1. -. .: '1 . . - A' f 4 ,ii A A 5' - , V .M .. . A. .Q x ...r..... A in 1-A f . ia A .. 3 2 5,1 1 75 , MMI, -L ' f M- ft in in X w ig it x 127 IOJPGO -JU SUIT!-I-I IUITIGDJPI IOJPOO hr '21 .M ,Ex A- I Sf IN if TJ JJ...-fztrvf -.avi 4 "" fQ -.- 130 THE STARTING SIX First row: F. Tatum, T. Paniucki, P. Hawkins, D. Childers, D. Drinkard, M. Vanderweg. Second row: D. Mefford, J. Roach, H. VanderHoeven, L. Manak, R. Lovejoy, R, Martin, D. McShannock, Coach Ritter. FUTURE BIG REDS Having the best season in seven years, the Little Red team has shown much improvement over the previous year's. Thus far they have chalked up ten wins while losing only five games. After starting the season with a one basket loss to Catholic Central, the Little Reds won three straight, overcoming both Benton Harbor's and Heights' reserves. When beaten by Grand Haven by only one point, their revenge was taken out through Winning the next four games. A big one was the 99-71 victory over Holland. Benton Harbor and the Heights were ready the next time, dropping the Little Reds flat. Defeat- ing Grand Haven, Catholic, and Holland proved easy for a great end to the season. Muskegon 56 63 70 42 50 55 78 99 74 64 54 61 63 69 69 Muskegon Catholic Mona Shores ..... Benton Harbor --- Muskegon Heights Grand Haven .... Grand Rapids South East Grand Rapids - Holland .......... Traverse City ..... Mona Shores ...... Benton Harbor --- Muskegon Heights - Grand Haven --.--- Muskegon Catholic Holland .......... I l Opponent --- ---- 58 - .... 62 - .... 59 --- ---- 36 --- ---- 51 ---- ---- 81 --- ---- 63 - .... 71 ---- 69 ---- 63 - .... 76 --- ---- 63 --- ---- 55 --- ---- 53 - .... 44 131 'T Wim 1' W ' ,Qing Z it 2' t i Q, lk . 2 ,tu 4 x D A ., 21 'S I J u First row, left to right: R. Davis, G. Woodring, T. Witmer, R. Liefers, P. Howard, F. Johnson, L. Noordhoff, G. Samuels. Second row: T. McShannock CCoachJ, T. Noordhoff, M. Edson, E. Hodges, R. Ritcheske, S. Allen, D. Cole, D. Dobberstein, THE LONG HARD RUN The 1965 Big Red Harriers had a tie season with a record of six wins and six losses. Leading runners of the Cross Country team werex Frank Johnson and Larry Noordhoff with the rest of the Harriers close behind. An excellent coach- ing job was done by Mr. Thomas McShannock through whose efforts, as well as those of the team, a reasonably successful season was enjoyed. 133 134 ,k..XQM. CN-xv K ""'--W., 1 First row: Workman CMgr.J, Blevins, Young, Keay, Jewett, Gienapp, D., Rylett, Vasquez, Fearnley, Shafer, Laskoski Foreman, McNair. Second row: R. Ritter qAss't Coachh, Schalk, Busch, Castle, Stedman, Ernvall, Hoffman, Klett, Buikema Fisher, Pothoff, O'Malley, Scheerer, Martin, Gienapp, H. E. Potter CCoachD. BASEBALL '65 The 1965 baseball team showed their great skill in their winning season. They had eleven wins and five losses in regular season play. In play-offs they won over Muskegon Catholic by the score of 2 to 1. West Michigan Christian also lost to the Big Reds 5 to 0. In the L. M. A. C. championship, the Big Red Team went down to defeat at the hands of Benton Harbor, 0 to 6. Muskegon 22 5 5 1 10 1 4 3 5 12 19 5 7 8 2 1 2 5 0 Godwin Heights - Mona Shores .... Muskegon Heights Grand Haven --- Holland ....... Reeths-Puffer --- Mona Shores --- Orchard View --- Muskegon C.C. --- Godwin Heights - Holland ........ Muskegon Heights Grand Haven ...... North Muskegon .... Orchard View .... Muskegon C.C. --- Muskegon C.C. --- West Michigan --- Benton Harbor -- Won 13 - Lost 6 Opponent --- ---- 5 -- 1 -- 3 -- 6 -- 7 -- 9 -- 7 -- 2 -- 8 --- ---- 10 -- 3 -- 3 -- 6 -- 0 -- 0 -- 2 -- 1 -- 0 -- 6 P If l-.a arf. it ' W md' H' FT" r ar fr r I fl V1 LL,1 FT" g Q N V' , . , M ll W . D 5-1-' M T V.. E 'Y UT I1 . 'T' 1. W a 'T F1 ' F7 r i.M "' 5 7 E. ff.. 51. Row 1 left to right: Patton, Sieradski, Partlow, Collins, Steendam, Werley, Branch, Larson, Clark, Paavola, Goosen, Van Maastricht, Jones. Row 2: Raby, Kenny, Young, Mell, Cole, DeJong, Johnson, Dunham, Eistedt, Samuals, Noordhoff, Wood- ring, Coleman, Ass't Coach Chiaverni. Row 3: Coach McShannock, White, Petty, Coburn, Harris, Flasks, Fredricksen, Collie, Watkins, Walker, Dobberstein, Edson, Kerr, Kroll, Row 4: Witham, Bouwman, Williams, Davis, Zemke, Rositch, Barhitte, Kolbe, Howard, Usmial, Allen, Scheffels, Soltess, Stevens, Black tMgr.D. TRACKSTERS ON THE RUN ! The 1965 track season was a good one last year with an average of 4 wins, 2 losses. Under the excellent handling of Coach Thomas Mc- Shannock, the team ran away with high honors. Our last year's team had an extra asset, foreign exchange student, Reino Pao- vola, was wonderful in running and high jumping. This year's team looks just as good, let's hope better. 135 THE SWINGING SEASON 1965 Our Golf Team, headed by Dan Mixer, Dave DeYoe, Gus Rukieh, and Bob Mc- Kinley, Won five and lost eleven last year. Coach Ed Hager supervised the 136 boys to place third in the Lake Michi- gan Conference golf meet. In the Re- gionals at Grand Rapids, the Big Red Golf Team placed seventh. . ...M K 'gf' "' Ei T , First row: T. Kutack, P. Marcus, T. Rodgers, T. Kooi, D. Kelly. Second row: D. Sieplinga, F. Messner, G. Fethke, J. Anderson, E. Stromstra, C. Bennett, G. Pierce, R. Rogers, D. Cross, M. Olsen, Mr. Cross-coach. Y . Y... X. Q in .I if lf Y Az? ,H . Q. . ,.. 32. 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Carlson A. Carrillo J. Caviness D. Childers D. Christian R. Clark D. Cleveland M Cochran L. Cornelius W. Cox F. Craig C. Davis D. DeWitt K. DeYoung J. Dispen G. Dyer D. Etterman G. Facchini C. Fagen L. Falcon K. Fisk M Fordham D. Foreman J. Fredericksen J. Freye Galbreath Garvey Gilbert Gilliland Gonzles Gorkisch Graham Granbacka Gray Green Grover Guzman Hamilton Hannett Hansen Hansen Hansen Harris Hawkins Heinold Henderson Hiddema Hill Hoeft Hogen Hoffman Hollis Holmes Holmes Holtz Homan Howland Irvin Jackson Jefferson Jenkins Jesse Johnson Johnson Jones Joslin Kammeraad Kenney Kline Klug Knapp Knollinger Knudson Krawczyk 159 160 R. W R. M. D. R. C. D. R. R. M. R. J. R. H. J. P. C. W. R. T. W. C. F. M. K. J. E. J. K. D. S. R. T. P. A. T. R. R. M. T. D. S. C. H. D. P. W. M. B. 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W .sr , .,,. 5 4.,,,,.. ,X L QV :-1 : L , 9 ,3 f??W'wQm if x 1 if j my 6 3 , S 1 4 as .5 A 1. s .w .1 V ' , Q. . x W ip L1 Q ' 'H 2. - . ' "1 N, " 1-: .:..,.Q' ig. H V W Q : dl, - V' E 3 ..,, pl- 1. .W 51 'Qs an 1" - Q, 5? :.kLY W1 ff nk A ,sid Ee: R gh yi. Q- YQ :R as, 'I 1 Q H 7 is ' i7flS FEs?55 'L., any 5 if .ga-,S . 8 4' wuerfww' New-Q-, x ,fi W If 4' , 'V I N Zami-"Ag 163 STUDENT COUNCIL 64 Row 1: P. Stanton-Vice President, B. Howe-President, L. Lutes, Corresponding Secretary. Row 2: M. Kittel, S. Myers, J. Sands, S. Pothoff, S. Rust, P. Balkema, C. Russell, L. Westerlund, C. Johnson, D. Colburn, D. Vento, M. Radtke, L. Siewert, L. House. Row 3: D. Decker, S. Steendam, L. Babcock, A. Olsen-Historian-Parliamentarian, C. Redding, K. Las- koski, S. Hartman, C. Pleiness, J. Brosey, B. Cross, B. Weaver, M. Stark, K. Olson, J. Brooks. Row 4: M. Heneveld, K. Sie- wert, H. Fleishman, C. McMillan, J. Langland, J. Staple, R. Cook, M. Vanderweg, T. Kutak, P. Marcus, F. Johnson, D. Mixer. Our student government serves to promote a more friendly co-operation between the faculty and students, to foster leadership and responsi- bility among the student body, and to better the existing conditions in the school and the com- munity. Student Council engages in many activities to further the ideals of Muskegon High School. The functions are flexible and arise as a result of cur- rent situations. Under the guidance of Mrs. Jane Wilson, the 1965-66 Student Council was a real credit to our school. For homecoming this year, it introduced class competition in the structuring of a float. In celebration of our victorious football season, Stu- dent Council designated Football Day. Coach Roger Chiaverini and his team were honored by huge signs hung on their houses declaring them to be Big Reds, and the school day began with an all- school victory assembly. Before Christmas vaca- tion, members of Student Council collected food for needy families in our community. During the semester break, Student Council sponsored a "Snow Carnival." Each club was asked to con- struct a booth, and proceeds Went to the individual clubs. Both clubs and classes were invited to make snow sculptures which were judged and a prize was given. Student Council sponsored a dance to close out the day. COUNCIL Beth Howe, Presidentg Sue Wieringo, Recording Sec.g Pam Stanton, Vice Pres.g Dave DeYoe, Treasurerg Linda Lutz, Corresponding Sec.g Joyce Browey, Committee Chairmang Carolyn Russell, Committee Chairmang Bruce Weaver, Sergeant-at-Armsg Ann Olson, Committee Chairmang Rick Spratt, Sergeant-at-Arms. 165 166 Row 1: B. Cross, J. Young, D. Mixer-Sec., T. Young-Treas., M. Schalk-Sgt.-at-Arms, J. Fearnley-President, D. Gienapp-Vice Pres., B. Stevens-Sgt.-at-Arms, L. Noordhoff, G. Samuels,W. Kroll. Row 2: J. Christophersen, D. VanderWall, R. Stout, P. Marcus, R. Sheehy, F. Johnson, M. Jewett, K. Eistedt, T. Witmer, R. Soltess, D. Kelley, M. French. Row 3: J. Boyle, R. Shafer, J. Keay, T. Kutack, S. Allen, D. Cole, M. DeVette, J. Davis, M. Sikkenga, J. Karkosky, A. Mell. Row 4: J. Carey, ICj.HFethks, I?.Bl?eninett, S. Coburn, G. Flaska, P. Outkieeirez, D. Mills, J. VanWoerkom, M. Kenney, E. Hodges, B. Walker, . owar , . ac . VARSITY CLUB i llll i M lllll The red and White jackets worn by varsity T J club members, while they serve to distinguish ' the athletes who represent our school, carry an y 'A ' R - even more important significance to the students T Q f u A of M.H.S. The boys wearing these jackets seek I Q9 'f T to promote citizenship through fair play in 4 ' athletics, to raise the general standard of athlet- E yy Y ics through friendly competition in interschool i.,t,, 3 ...r meetings and to develope and maintain a better .5 iltessew standard of scholarship among athletes. Their 5, R , B invaluable dedication to our school and its image it is V is something which We can be proud of as fellow 1 xg. xg., Y . students. Q if if X. r MM U Q . ,,,.,:,,,..:: 5, . I ..., -,,1. :ZV .,. '. 'f is J f Y Xa "Some kooks will do anything for a camera." Row 1: C. Workman-Vice President, D. Colburn-Treasurer, J. Lindstrom-Secretary, C. Freye-President. Row 2: P Rutz, T. Volz, J. Jardine, M. VandenLaar, D. Vento, L. Lutz, K. Wolffis, S. Robertson, K. Stublart, K. Meyer. Row 3: A Kramer, M. Austermiller, B. Gilmore, S. VanKrevelen, L. Hiljding, J. VanKrevelen, C. Schneider, D. Knapp, R. Kuziak L. Meyers. Row 3: M. Heneveld, B. Fairris, M. Fredricksen, J. Owen, D. Gilliver, P. Bloder, B. Marine, P. Marcus, T. Gil: bert, S. Williams, B. Howe. S K I C LU B Ski Club is one of the most active clubs in our high school. Each year they take several ski trips to Holiday Hills in Traverse City, Michigan. Anyone inter- ested in skiing is invited to join whether he is just learning or wishes to develope more skill. Skiing is not restricted to snowy weather, for water skiing is in- cluded on the agenda for spring weather. i ff Now who's boss? 3 ' 'K ,af 167 168 GIR-S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ,J ,K Row 1: W. Hazelbrook, S. Garrett, L. Garrett, J. Humenick, D. Graham-Treas., J. Crawford-Pres., J. Brooks-Vice Pres., H. Fleishman-Sec., B. Davis, G. Chambers, C. Knudson, G. Collins, J. Brosey. Row 2: H. Kemmering, P. Sullivan, B. Boone, M. Witham, B. Shoup, L. Scraver, B. Swanson, N. Bruce, M. Stark, D. Rust, S. Pearsons, S. Johnson. Row 3: T. Thomp- son, K. Jewett, D. Rozycki, G. Smith, P. DeVries, M. Klont, J. Spoelma, M. St. Amour, C. McM1llan,.C. McShannock, A. Moore, C. Holmes, J. Wortelboer, C. Basham. Row 4: H. Weaver, P. Kaminski, B. Vanderwall, D. Jarvik, S. Cross, J. Hop- kins, S. Kittie, S. Clark, D. Nobel, D. Knapp, S. Korndorfer, N. Wagner, M. Byers, L. Lueken. Girls' Athletic Association is organized to pro- mote Girls' and women's sports and to foster good sportsmanship. This club sponsors an intramural sports program for girls and provides opportunity for interschool competition. Membership is open to all. The club is organized on the state and national level. It is a special project of the American Asso- ciation for Health, Physical Education, and recrea- tion, to focus attention on the specific athletic and project was set up in 1962 and re resents two P thousands member schools across the nation. f' Girls participate in Tennis, Badminton, Basket- ball, Cageball, deck tennis, and bowling. By par- ticipating, girls earn points and work toward G.A.A. awards. "Big Red war Council" recreational needs of high school students. The 4 N MM .,.V,...i,..,,.,. G.A.A. officers Ccounter-clockwise, starting at topj: Hallye Jo Fleishman-secretary, Darlene Graham-Treasurer, Jean Crawford-President, Janie Brooks-Vice-President. 169 BOOSTER CLUB 170 Row 1: C. Russell-Sec., C. Dunnewin-Treas., S. Kolbe-Vice-Pres., C. Evans-Pres., L. Matthews-Advisor. Row 2: J. Collins, S. Flickema, L. Westerlund, G. Roberts, L. Knight, R. Resterhouse. Row 3: S. Garrett, B. Dornbos, P. Smith, M. Nolting, D. Sparkes, T. Gill, S. Boone, M. Kelsey, R. Gilliland. "The Boosters and the boosted." At every football or basketball game you can find kids from the booster club selling programs. Before games the club members are responsible for making posters advertising the games. This year, due to transportation difficulties, no excur- sion was made for football season, but one was planned for the basketball season. Any student who has lots of "pep" and school spirit is wel- come to join Booster Club. Y-TEENS Row 1: C. Postema, J. Langland-Inter-Club Council Representative, S. Hartman, K. Hartsema-Secretary, B. Clark- Vice President, S. Steendam-President, P. Balkema-Treasurer, A. Knox-Sergeant-at-Arms, L. Sanders-Historian Parliamentarian, P. Carlson-ICC Representative. Row 2: S. Garrett, K. Plunkett, M. Skeels, S. Paulson, B. Overton, M. Siiter, M. Witt, R. Felker, C. Gilbert, L. Sanders. Row 3: R. Reaser, M. VanderWeg, S. Rust, S. Pethoff, J. Schroeder, J. Bisson, C. Schneider, A. Spears, P. McCall, C. Boucher, N. Kersting, M. Hiles. Row 4: R. Weirich, J. Christiansen, L. Moore D. Valk, C. Redding, M. Feldt, L. Rozycki, S. VanBemmelen, D. Maggert, M. Heneveld, G. Barnes, P. Morgen, B. Syperdai D. Ostling. Row 5: M. Smith, C. Molliter, P. Hurst, L. Holtz, E. Ingram, B. Arnson, M. Sole, C. Speed, D. Lawitzke, C McMillan, N. Wagner, J. Smith, J. DeHorn, M. Wieand, S. Lowry. All girls attending M.H.S. are invited to join Y-Teens. The group meets to build a fellowship of girls devoted to the task of realizing in our com- mon life, those ideals of personal and social living to which we are committed by our faith as Chris- tiansg with this realization comes better service for our school and community. Y-Teens this year, filled Thanksgiving bas- kets and dressed Goodfellow dolls for children at Christmas time. Each year, the group has a slum- ber party at the Y, and they sponsor a jitney sup- per, and the Christmas femme-invite. This year's dance was hailed as Winter Wonderland. The group attended a play in Detroit this spring. They could have played all night. 171 Row 1: J. Bowyer-Editor of Ex-Libris, J. Fox-Vice President, C. Schneider-President. Row 2: Mrs. Hallberg-Advisor G. Daul, P. Fairris, L. Workman, R. Ford, J. Bisson, B. Flowers, C. Cogswell. Row 3: Mr. T. G. Lee-Advisor, J. Daul, A Myers, B. Heykoop, D. Swanson, T. Timmer, A. Austin, Mrs. Bitner-Advisor, Mrs. Elliott-Advisor. LIBRARY CLUB The Library Club is essentially a service club functioning to assist faculty and students in the use of the school library. Anyone interested in books and library work is welcome to join. Guest speakers are brought in to meetings, books are sent to help foreign libraries, Christmas gifts are sent to the state hospital in Traverse City, and they publish the EX-Libris, a newspaper. YOUTH FOR CHRIST Presenting Jesus Christ to the students of M.H.S. is the purpose for Y.F.C.'s weekly meet- ings early every Friday morning. Students are given opportunities for leadership and fellow- ship with other Christian young people. This year the club sent two deserving students to the Holiday Teen Convention in Chicago,,lllinois. Row 1: P. Christopherson-Vice President, L. Westerlund-President, C. Bicke1-Secretary-Treasurer-Chaplain. Row 2 S. Vewey, D. Brand, D. Brown, J. Westlund, M. Peterman, Pat Travis, C. Archer, S. Soderstrom. Row 3: A. Moore, S Hoeker, R. Peterson, J. Neff, L. Moore, J. Dressler, L. Westerlund, E. Toman, C. Dunnewin. Row 4: F. Johnson, B. Fairris 172 Row 1: G. Maynard-Assistant Faculty, L, Dagen-Advertising, D. Graham-Assistant Underclassmen, N. Nichols-Ed- itor in Chief, A. Moore-Assistant Sports, L. Moore-Activities, M. McConnell-Sports, O. Radriques-Division. Row 2: Mrs. Kilgren--Advisor, C. Boucher-Circulation, M. Groeneveld-Typist, M. McCarthy-Seniors, L. Holtz-Assistant Clubs, D. Antonelli-Assistant Seniors, M. Schneider-Assistant Sports, L. Scraver-Clubs. Row 3: T. Wedell-Photogra- pher, G, Nobes-Photographer, B. Stoneburner-Faculty, D. Wedell-Assistant Editor, M. Smith-Photographer, D, Decker-Assistant Activities, D. Vandyke-Miscellaneous, M. St. Amour-Assistant Advertising. SAID AND DONE The Said and Done staff has put forth a great deal of effort this year to publish this yearbook. The staff began the year with an all-out subscrip- tion drive which resulted in over one thousand subscriptions. During and since that time, the Edi- tors have been busily gathering information and pictures for their sections, determined to meet their deadlines. Staff members met every day dur- ing seventh hour, besides spending hours of their own time, to prepare this annual. Although the job has been demanding and time consuming, each one on the staff feels that this year has been more valuable and more memorable because of this opportunity to serve M.H.S. 173 174 Row I: L. Ulmer. Row 2: L. Babcock, E. Lipman, S, Albright, C. Sheathelm, G. Sullivan, S. Daniels, C. Johnson, J. Jardine, M, Dorais. Row 3: S. Pennington, R. Schaub, J. Firos, B. Weaver, D. Col- burn, T. Kutack, J. Lindstrohm, B. Driver, J. Barrett, C. Teager, E. Farr. Row 4: J. Parrott, H. Mc- Dermend, T. Acterhoff, B. Hyde, D. Derda. KEYHOLE CAMERA CLUB Row 'I: R. Stickle, Advisor, S. Jeffery, T. Wedell, Vice Pres., G. Nobes, Pres., J. Dressler, J. DeGroat. Row 2: B. Han sen, W. Zirks, J. Koday, P. Blodow, S. Moshos, J. Kassner, C, Kowalski. FUTURE NURSES Row 1: E. Floyd-Sec., M. VanderWeg-Pres., D. Decker-Vice Pres. Row 2: H. Kinney, G. Daul, K. Medema, C. Williams, K. Jewett, B. Swanson, T. Thompson, J. Daul. Row 3: H. Ried-Advisor, G. Gillette, L. Milke, P. Balkema, K. Vinton, L. Wilson, J. Vertelboer, C. Basham, M, Mole, Row 4: Z. Morris, I, Knox, B. Mattson, S. Cryderman, D. Brown, S. Jakubas, L. Punches M. Shannon, S. Wescott. A11 girls interested in the field of nursing are invited to become members of Future Nurses of America. The club strives to stimu- late an understanding of nursing and its related fields. Their most effective means of accomplishing this comes through its Canary Program. In this program, girls work in area hospitals to help the nurses and to cheer patients. Included in the c1ub's list of activities are such things as hospital visits, demonstra- tions, movies, and assistance for the "Blood Bank." .. V V fgjnlk 917 i V 'I X. ir- ,' 1 I "Healthy People always SMILE" 175 MASQUE DRAMATICS SOCIETY In 1939, Masque Dramatics Society was founded to promote an interest in dramatics among the students of M.H.S. each year. Mas- que members sponsor three one act plays and one three act play. A trip to a college pro- duction is also included in each year's agenda. Masque has forty members. They are chosen after their performance in try-outs. This year they presented "All My Sons? Many honors are awarded to deserving members. V Q .Q Q .A 1 -X H K, . ' , A Behind the scenes You don't say! Row 1: J. Brooks-Sergeant at Arms, J. Pugh, L. Hiljding, S. Engle, B. Weaver-Vice President, R. Luther-President J. Brosey-Parliamentarian, B. Noor-Corresponding Secretary, S. Soderstrom-Historian. Row 2: J. Fox, C. Benson, J Giacobassi, G. Slater, C. Pleeness, R. Kuziack, E. Lipman, D. Beachum. Row 3: S. Ogle, G. Cross, R. Craig, C. Bennett, P Marcus, C. Russell, L. McRae, A. Myrmel, S. McNair. Row 4: R. Palmer, B. Cross, D. DeYoe, D. Sieplinga, J. Dumouchel M. Topping. 176 Row 1: D. Traweek, M. Coy, C. Pittard, M. Radtke, Mr. Poling-Advisor. Row 2: M. Stark, P. Pehm, L. Scraver, C. Russell -Vice President, P. Bunce-President. SPEECH GUILD NATICNAL THESPIANS Our "Booster Club" for speech activities is Speech Guild. Its members are chosen from students giving tryouts of a short speech or poem. Speech Club members endeavor to pro- mote school and community speaking of all types. Its members help with giving student announcements and handling school assemblies. After a student has accumulated one-hundred dramatic hours, he is eligible for National Thes- pians. This organization was established to honor outstanding dramatic students and to pro- vide opportunities to perform. Each year, the regional organization sponsors Drama Day where each local chapter performs a one act play. Row 1: B. Weaver-President, R. Luther-Vice President, C. Russell-Secretary, D. DeYoe-Treasurer. Row 2: J. Dou- mouchel, J. Brosey, D. Beachum, S. Soderstrom, P. Marcus. Row 3: J. Pugh, B. Noor. 177 Row 1: P. Sullivan, D. Burnett-Secretary, K. Gerrans-Vice President, C. Munro, P. Hosler, C. Kruse. Row 2: M. Du- linsky, S. Schadler, L. Garrett, J. Murdock, J. Rabach, M. Kauranen, M. Zimmerman. Row 3: S. Bytwerk, N. Baars, J. Johnson, R. Gunansky-President, G. Chambers, B. Senkow, N. Fles, G. Kidd, S. French. 9th GRADE GIRLS GLEE CLUB SENIOR HIGH CHORUS Row 1: S. Sage, V. Goryl, C. Galbreath, V. Smith. Row 2: B. Kesteloot, L. Straley, J. Harris-Secretary, L. Benson, R. Hall. Row 3: J. Sample, M. Clark, M. Lee, I. Davis-Vice President, L. Herder, K. Freye. 178 Row I: S. Boone, J. Carlson, L. Lorenz, B. Boone. Row 2: C. Klemp, J. Gantt, B. Flowers, K. Medema, C. McMillan. Row 3: L. Scraver, M. Kelsey, C. Gilbland, P. Nobes, B. Arnson, J. VanderMolen-Secretary. GIRLS GLEE CLUB Row 1: E. Karkosky, D. Traweek, V. Cooper, J. Bachtal, Dyke, J. Thompson. Row 2: J. Johnson, G. Smith, N. Lass D. Pertier, M. Coy, C. Kerr, K. Olsen, J. Brooks, L. School Treasurer, C. Fethke-Vice President, N. Bollenbacker, sf R. Sickmiller, S. Braek, J. Blink, J. Smith, D. Lawitzke. GIRLS CHOIR J. Townsend, L. VanNatter, K. Baker, M. Maxwell, D. Van- T. Volz, P. Balkema-President, L. Bradford, B. Bawmaster, Row 3: S. Vogelsong, K. Barton, J. Brokstad, J. DeVette- Benson, L. Felgenhauer-Secretary, M. Cooper, C. Sheathelm, . M lk 179 A CAPPELLA CHOIR 1 3 ... L HONORS OUARTET 180 Row 1: P, Larson, L. Reynolds, S. Kolbe, S. Pothoff, G. Samuels, D. LeMaire, B. O'Malley, C. Griffith, M. Schultz, R Luther, C. Dunnewin, M. Austermiller. Row 2: P. Carlson, M. Peterman, D. Valk, S. Albright, N. Kersting, D. Karnitz, R Juntunen, F. Johnson, B. Anderson, W. Zirk, P. Edwards, P. Graham, M. Christophersen, E. Toman. Row 3: L. Copley, R Peterson, M. Damm, L. Friend-Robe Chairman, B. Gilmore, T. Lager, D. Edson, F. Drickson, A. Davis, G. StAmour, J Matthews, F. Hoffman, L. Meyers, M. Dorais, P. Christopherson-Robe Chairman, C. Luczyk-Robe Chairman. Row 4: L Westerlund, R. Kuziak, S. Daniels, J. Peterman-Treasurer, G. Urcavich, M. Keith, G. Slater-President, C. Pothoff, D. Ohs B. Nelson, D. Barnes, F. Johnson, D. Smith, D. Hoffman, B. Borgeson, J, Westlund, R. Gilliland. y Row I: L. Friend, R. Kuziak, J. Peterman, D. Hoffman, P. Christopherson, C. Lucyk, B. Borgeson, F. Johnson. Row 2: D. Edson, F. Erickson, C. Pothoff, D, Ohs, G. St. Amour, B. Nelson, J. Matthews, D. Barnes. MADRIGALIANS ORCHESTRA In Alphabetical Order: A. Austin, V. Connielies, R. Cogswell, J. Elliott, D. Fishel, R. Funderburg, T. Gilbert, W. Griffin P. Griffin, B. Gilmore K. Halverson M. Hile, J. Howell P. Hurst, J. Johnson D. Johnston, H. Kinney J. Koday, D Kozal, I. Lawrence, S.'Lowe, L. Moore, L. Moore, F. Mulready, M. Newell, D, YNobel, C. Pelletier, J. Schulz, B. Smith, A. Showers, B. Smrcina, J. Thompson, C. Williams, P. Weck, N. Wirtz, G. Wirtz, J. Wortelboer. meer, M f-ti' - A 18 182 CONCERT BAND . ' ,',,' J if 3 V- 4' .. Hzafff.: v,,, - '-"- , . Q' V1 f - aalss . , . 3, J 'f,x Q Q-ft. if ... 2 ' af ,. . ' " x'5.t-52122515 i FTF?-'W f,Wf ' ,M lwg NH . 2 . - ' ,,-' I '--x' 7 "W , ,,-',-, ,z I' yi 504 ' ,,,, ' '.., - l ,- . . 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'l"'- r - 'WWW w,-' 12 iff, 4 " ., , 'N'N if - A 8.6.1 F"-'. I ' 15. --.. - ee,l, 1 , l t .S ....l. X ' Q V 2 ' 43: 1 f ' . A 'riff'-M:-.Q if . - - N Q'NN -N li, fffizgit . " J . N J fl , , . . NJ, ' . Q Wim N' 3 ' W' viii: - ' . . ' . .V 1 fel ,. . t ,au x B -at fi.. :E , In M .-g 5 , -1... .sf af. ' ' '- 'ati 15 W eil ,x6"l' ' W-5: it N .li :Sf-I. 5 -4 - . , :fri . Q ,ff R sais ag fzfli. . 'mas' : ' 'E .. ' ..f-- 92584 5 , X, 4 5' OCJSUUDC7 Alphabetical order: A. Anderson, D. Anderson, B. Banninga, L. Beekman, S. Blanchard, G. Brown, J. Carlson, S. Carr Craig, A. DeBoer, D. DeVries, B. Dressler, L. Dybal, S. Farrell, M. Fordham, M. Frederickson, D. Gardner, C. Griffeth Gustin, C. Hagen, J. Hallberg, R. Hannett, M. Hodges, D. Hodgston, S. Hoeker, R. Hoisington, R. Hoffman, J. Jacobson Jackson, S. Jeffrey, R. Karel, E. Kitchen, F. Kerr, D. Kooi, R. Kruse, P. Larson, A. Maus, J. McDermid, L. Medendorp, Nelson, M. Paull, M, Paulson, S. Pierson, K. Resterhouse, J. Rop, P. Romans, F. Royle, P. Rutz, J. Schmidt, M Shannon, Sieradzki, D. Sieplinga, C. Shreves, J. Sparrow, D. Smith, M. Strait, C. Sutherland, J. Thompson, P. Travis, L. Tyler, J. Ur cavich, J. VanderKooi, S. VanderVeen, N. VanRandwyk, B. VanWoerkon, K. Vento, G. Waite, S. Weaver, L. Welty, L. Wes terlund, V. Witherspoon, P. Wolf, W. Wolters, S. Wood, L. Workman, J. Wurtz. SYMPHONIC BAND fa ':Qv, '--'1 2.'iXf Minis kp1ES?5?f?U Emil sfwigrl 9. k N 1 'ia SK l .fs - - . A .. we . ' ff' in , I J ,.., i 1, -- , 'l vl A A V V . in A + V ,K-'? A 5.1 721, 4 YQ . Y 1. ' - ff A A 1 J me 5 -ef xi. ,...,--if-W..a ..f av 4. I .af . QR., ..efI,, li.-.iwlfxgi -v ff r frfxk-:'i.Le f Ile J w kejgl 1 uv? Nl qi .fki Q ig., if flmni f E? ' WAYS. J '- . +A X ,.,. , N b arge A -5 " filliisi ffm .f- W--A wif QQ! W - .C 'X .Y " ,ls sl' ,AN My. L., - , V, , 5 - I 1 ,I ,, x Mx, xi in . 8 , . 'f' ,v',vff,,. frlfjif ,ff-Q . l"f,4.f J ..:... . ...r " f-' M f" . A 1- ' 5 f Y 'eff ' J fi' gl: X jg-e , 651' .sri V , rw-T ,.. ,H 3 A 1 I X .5 . if . . QQ-I af Q . .. 1 7 ,ii I ' J 54. .gif 1 l ' ai' ' 633553, grad 13212: ' '--Q, wr C E27 :fic .,, ,,, .3259 Q-513 15 Q Y: zwid 5 W5 593 ITB, mm pg, 27' 92 522 gli? gin 5115 gnu? Ei 32 225' -451-3-1 fn? U2 O5 gon Page gp O U .53 03- 55 H- FT'-7 F5 55' STU 22 Bm M 5 L40 'P Saw ELO sg Ev: .555 no Q52 55: ,O rw: 42. S'-'S 552 253 Q5 ' sv 52' Fin. Alphabetical order: M. Andersen, M. Ames, D, Baker, D. Barnes, M. Bell, J. Benoit, A. Blood, N. Bourde, C. Bradford Brown, D. Buikeman, K. Chin, R. Cook, R. Collins, A. BeHorn, A, Drelles, M. Dorais, C. Duiser, C. Dunnewin, N. Ellis, Fee, R. Fishel, E, Frazier, L. Friend, J. Giacobassi, T. Gilbert, J. Gray, K. Guibord, D. Halverson, J. Harrell, J. Heiftje, Helms G. Hoffman L. House B. Howe P. Klett D. Kozal P. Kozal, T. Langoni, T. Leonard, J. McCartney, R. McKinley ton, S. Waite, B. Walvoord, J. Westlund, L. Westerlund, W. Zirk. 183 Row 1: D. Mixer-Secretary-Treasurer, B. Cross-President. Row 2: H. Workman, T. Gardner, T. Nobel, B. Beckley, E Hurst, L. Decker, T. Paniucki, D. Schrebe. Row 3: Mr. Wright, D. LeYoe, D. VanderWall, G. Fethke, D. Seplinga, G Slater, B. Heethuis, J. Firos, Mr. Packard. KEY CLUB Sponsored by Kiwanis Club, Key Club serves to better promote the ideals of good citizenship and leadership in the school and in the com- munity. Besides participation in worthwhile community efforts, members have recreational fun. Each year the club sponsors the student- faculty basketball game. HI-Y The YMCA sponsors Hi-Y for senior high school boys. Its purpose is to create, maintain and extend throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of Christian charac- ter. Boys meet at the "Y" the first and third Wednesday of each month for swimming and other recreation. Row 1: J. Dumouchel-President, B. Wasserman-Vice President, D. Wasserman-Secretary-Treasurer, B. Fairris Chaplain. Row 2: B. Nelson, L. Ricco, R. Fayton, S. Jeffery, M. Peterson, Mr. Tazelaar. Row 3: G. Blackwell, T. Isley G. Cross, E. Hodges, B. Gustafson, L. Borgman. Row 4: C. Gilliland, R. Lovejoy, C. Davis, D. Edson, L. Schuitema, F Johnson. 184 SENATE FINE ARTS SQCIETY Row 1: C. Schneider-Hist., D. Wade-Vice Pres., P. Kozal-Pres., B. Walvoord-Sec., S. Waite-Treas., N. Ellis-Reporter, C. Dunnewin-Parliamentarian. Row 2: S. Somerville, K. Meyer, S. Friend, P. Christophersen, S. Soderstrom, M. Meriluoto, K. Morgan, L. Lutes, E. Lipman-Sgt.-at-Arms. Row 3: S. Pothoff, L. Babcock, J. DeVette. B. Borgeson, M. Wahr, B. Bow- master, J. McCartney, N. Meyers, B. Noor, L. Silky-Advisor. Row 4: L. Stenholm, M. Paulson, J. Westlund, J. Owen, S. Farrell, P, Nelson, L. Westerlund, C. Murphy, D. Baker, P. Morgan, B. Syperda, M. Tomasiewicz-Sgt.-at-Arms. Row 5: O. Rodriquez, K. Olson, L. Sanders, J. Brosey, L. Westerlund, D. Decker, D. Buikema, M. Hecksel, J. Peterman, F. John- son, B. Clark, K. Hartsema. Each girl in Senate was required to give a report on one of the fifty states in the union. After these reports were judged and the new members chosen, the girls were assigned a state to represent. Girls in Senate seek to broaden their cultural background through attendance at Civic Opera productions, art exhibits, and school sponsored cultural activities such as concerts and plays. This year, as part of their program to support an orphan in the Far East, the girls are sponsoring a little boy in Taiwan. Y' ff, ,I . "They cared enough to help me." ' L 185 CARMENTA LITERARY SOCIETY 186 Row 1: B. Howe-Sgt.-at-Arms, L. Gilbert-Sgt.-at-Arms, S. Steendam-Vice Pres., P. Carlson-Pres., M. Siiter Recording Sec C. Johnson-Corresponding Sec., Mrs. Katt-Advisor. Row 2: R. Weirich, L. House, J. Crawford, C. Russell P Balkema L Scraver, D. Traweek, D. Ostling, P. Bunce, L. Siewert. Row 3: L. Moore, R. Kuziak, J. Christiansen S Hartman M VanderWeg, K. Wolffis, C. Sheathelm, P. Dahlstrom, D. Colburn, G. Bellanger, L. Valk. Row 4: P. Rutz L ROZyCkl M Feldt, S. VanBemmelen, J. Langeland, S. Williams, L. Hilgding, A. Olson, C. Workman. The purpose of Carmenta Literary Society is to help girls develop an interest in, and an appreciation for literature and the arts. Tryouts are held every fall to select members for this organization. All eleventh and twelfth grade girls are eligible. Carmenta has forty members each year. The advisors this year were Mrs. Katt, and Miss Taylor. Traditionally, Carmenta members sell carna- tions on days of home games, and every other year, they make a trip to Chicago. Each year the club sponsors a service project. This year a hi-fi went to the center for handicapped children. Along with Senate, Carmenta sponsors the Carmenta-Senate Literary Award. x , . 7 X , Nm. . 5- f' .,...m.,.-.n1f- "Another culture meeting? Row 1: L. Mc Rae-Student Council Representative, M. Wiegand-Vice President, S. Lowry--President, G. Sullivan Secretary, N. Vanderlaan-Treasurer, Mr. D. Zierath-Advisor. Row 2: M. McCarthy, P. St. Denis, J. Schroeder, C. Speed, M. Vanderlaan, C. Sieradzki, S. Wiegand. Row 3: S. Johnson, T. Van Neer, J. Schulz, P. Destefno, K. Bordeaux, O. Rodriquez. CCSMOPOLITAN CLUB FUTURE ACCOUNTANTS This year, Cosmopolitan Club sponsored "Project Viet Nam." This was a program de- signed to help the homeless children that have lost everything in the Viet Nam War. Money and materials were collected and sent to Sgt. George La Valley, to be sent to the children in Viet Nam. This club was established last year to promote international understanding among the club members and students of Muskegon High School. Membership is open to anyone who is interested. All students interested in the field of ac- counting were welcomed to Future Accountants Club this year. The club was founded in 1953, but was reactivated this year. The group strives to increase their knowledge in the field of ac- counting and general business through speak- ers brought in from the business world and visits to area business establishments. The club members feel that their group will benefit them in future years as they enter into business life as adults. Row 1: L. Pearson, S. Huff, S. Stoel, K. Rhodea, J. Spoelma, J. Pearson, M. Long, B. Boone. Row 2: W. Griffin, D. Olson Vice President, D. Ryder, C. Werner-Treasurer, V. Walder, R. Shafer, L. Link-Secretary. 187 Row 1: D. Mills-Vice President, D. DeYoe-President, Mrs. J. Trump-Advisor, B. Walvoord-Treasurer, F. Johnson- Secretary, S. Pothoff-Historian. Row 2: J . Dressler, S. Buikema, M. Radtke, L. Scraver, L. Wilson, S. Steendam, L. Kleyn B. Borgeson, M. Medema, J. Strohm, L. Siewert. Row 3: L. Moore, P. Bunce, C. Russell, L. Mc Rae, R. Luther, S. Hartman J. Beekman, B. Howe, C. Peterman, J. Westlund, C. Pittard, L. Friend. Row 4: T. Gardner, J. Harrell, G. Shankler, T Nobel, D. Morley, J. Van Woerkom, M. Buckley, B. Cross, J. Jazdzyk,B. Heethuis. NATICNAL HONOR SGCIETY LATIN CLUB National Honor Society serves to recognize and stimulate character, scholarship, leadership, and service among the students of this high school. Members must maintain a three point four scholastic average and be judged favor- able in character, leadership, and service by their teachers. NHS sponsors a College Information Seminar during Christmas vacation. Each year its mem- bers choose members of the Hall of Fame of Great Americans. The MHS Latin Club was organized for the purpose of promoting the study of classical lan- guage and culture. Membership is open to any student who has taken Latin in the past or is presently enrolled in a Latin class. Annually they hold a Roman banquet and attend a Latin Convention. Row 1: A. Moore-Treasurer, A. Drelles-Secretary, C. McMillan-Vice President. Row 2: J. Skidmore, S. Hoeker, B Smrcina-Historian, C. Holmes, S. Schadler. Row 3: C. Knudson, D. Strohm, E. Karkosky, R. Druse, E. Shepard, M. Sutton -Advisor. 188 Row 1: S. Johnson-Secretary, S. Pearsons-President, M. Frantz-Secretary, J. Seppamaki-Treasurer, T. Vanderwest- Parliamentarian, N. Olson--Sergeant at Arms, C. Pfhistner-Historian. Row 2: P. Cwynar, J. Schmidt, M. Klont, B. Karnitz, J. Klemp, C. Teager, B. Walvoord, S. Schweifler. Row 3: Mrs. F. Tool-Advisor, L. Tyler, N. Fles, R. Gunausky, . reenwe, rs. . iner- visor. The French Club meets regularly, twice a month after school, and has several evening parties a year. At the meetings, the members play games in French, sing French songs, present skits, hear talks on varied subjects, and see movies and slides. Any student who has studied French or who is studying it may belong to the group. FRENCH CHORAL French Choral meets twice a month after school to sing old and mod- ern French songs. It also joins the French Club for an evening social gath- ering occasionally. Row I: P. Cwynar-President, J. Schmidt-Secretary, L. Tyler-Sergeant at Arms, S. Robertson, K. Barton. Row 2: Mrs. F. Tool-Advisor, E. Shepard, N. Fles, R. Gunausky, M. Greenwell. 189 FUTURE TEACHERS The Future Teachers Club seeks to enable its members to study the qualities, traits, and A aptitudes basic to successful teaching. It seeks to enable the teaching profession to develop selective recruitment programs, to identify capable candidates for teaching, and to moti- vate them to choose appropriate fields of preparation. This year's service project provided the girls with valuable experience in working with children. Every Tuesday evening, three girls worked at Muskegon's childrens home, offer- ing assistance with homework and play activi- ties. Social and informative meetings are held frequently. This Spring the members made a trip to Central Michigan University. it. I I . 1. 9' "Guiding young lives." Row 1: L. Sanders-Vice Pres., J. Dressler-Treas., S. Buikema-Pres., C. Pittard-Sec. Row 2: C. Wasserman, K. Knowles, K. Olson, M. Radtke, M. Coy, L. Dagen, L. Kleyn, L. Christiansen, J. Schanhals. Row 3: D. Niva, L. Holtz, M. Medema, R, Peterson, P, Hurst, P. Travis, D. Ostling, B. Overton. Row 4: N. Bollenbacker, L. Felgenhauer, J. Beekman, M. Cooper, B. Arnson, L. Scraver, B. Dressler. 190 Row I: K. Hartsema-Food Chairman, L. Meyers-Chairman Invitations, D. De Vries-Secretary, M. Feldt-Co-chair- J. Christiansen, L. House, M. Ames, L. Stenholm, B. Bowmaster, C. Sutherland, S. Lofquist, A. Olsen, P. Rutz. Row 3: R. Wierich, P. Morgan, B. Syperda, D. Ostling, J. Sands, M. Groeneveld, M. Damm, P. Clark, D. Garrison. Row 4: C. man, J. Langeland-Co-chairman, M. Heneveld-Treasurer, L. Fozycki-Decorations, M. E. Paull-Reception. Row 2 Lange, C. Kinnucan, B. DeVries, C. Siemen, C. Mollitor, R. Kuziak, L. Moore, S. Van Bemmelen, S. Singleton. SENIGR GIRLS The Senior Girls Dance was held this year at the Steele Junior High auditorium. Those girls sponsoring the dance Worked long and hard to plan this for the senior girls of M.H.S. JUNIOR TEA The annual Junior Tea was held December 29, 1965 at the Muskegon Women's Club. The tea was sponsored by this group of Junior girls who, because of an interest and a willingness, signed to sponsor it. Row I: P. Carlson-Chaperones, G. Sullivan-Pictures, C. Schneider-decorations, M. Siiter-Decorations, C. Johnson- Co-chairman, J. Jardine-Co-chairman, P. Balkema-treasurer, S. Steendam-Programs, E. Lipman-Refreshments. Row 2: M. Tomasiewicz, N. Ellis, S. Williams, B. Howe, L. Gilbert, J. Brosey, J. EdVette, L. Babcock, S. Portoff, L. August. Row 3: J. Bisson, P. Gray, N. Nicholas, S. Peck, M. VanderWeg, C. Enell, S. Larson, P. St. Denis, K. Fox, M. Peterman. Row 4: S. Wierengo, P. Dahlstrom, C. Postema, S. Hartman J. Owen, O. Russell, S. Daniels, S. Farrell, P. Nelson, N. Rutz. l 191 5 DEBATE SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING ....-a 192 CLUBS IN ACTION Q4 QR 5 "Masque members seeing eye-to-eye." "Scrub-a-dub-dub three men in a tub." 1 z , .L 'Qi r-3 "A light moment in Student Council." "Said and Done editors hard at work." 193 Left: "Making roses for Senior Girls." Above: "Quiet! Strings at work? w 5 ,, 194 Below: "Heated debate in Said and Done." Right: t'Bjerregaard A 'Go 'Go!" Senate's Trojan horse. Vx to 1 4. if o sm 1 ' -A f be . A W " ' was 5-M Xxx ' X S2152 5:1 if .5 sf i ggamsgi yu. 'ff-Q3 V-GH , ., vi ,,, . W, ,, 5 M, L1 -M 'K gf? Jvvosilei ' xgjwga. - :wir K M lm "HWY In A Wi-fist? A- ,L.Qai4aw4... A W Qi, , Lg ' ii i152-YQ -L Hz ,sw , V W, I ,.,, -Refi .M , AMW 75 B13 3 s. ,. M , . ' ., is ' ,-iLA5g3Qggw-rf: - Ek rss s Hold that ladder!! Carmenta selling "smoked candy"? 'as 195 196 Camera Club headquarters. You wou1dn't try to tell me what to do? Who says Bach isn't hilarious? Si Vrk' vi at 14355 an Is it a wig or a "Booster hat"? Kaz We au love Hackley, This way to the box office. -"i"l"f fr' . , Qi Mx! eff. Hup two three four! 4, ,PAH 7, i ' rf if 2555:-i.2'??Nw, .-f' : """' " Before the firing squad. If it only had pictures. V 197 North No Matter How You Look At It M.H.S. A Wonderful School South .L .1 A is: . The ancient "castle', above constructed in 1893 and known as the "J" building, carries the tradi- tion and dignity of age. The beautiful and modern building below presents the challenge of futures. A multitude of students have traveled the hallowed halls of M.H.S., each with his own design and goals to achieve. Although the faces have changed, its fame and good standing as a high -id" R f. , X, nw N In - 'Str school have not. The students of yesterday met their challenge and overcame, to pass on to their successors a new and greater challenge. If they were to look upon M.H.S. as it stands today, they would be proud that as it was in the past, M.H.S. is still a citadel of learning to be admired and revered. E il sesame lag ir' - ar 'S- X , 7 Q, TVN . its K. R - .X RL. ::l2".:l IllIl'lli 03111 1-ini 13213: -X -5-Q.--1-..LI ta fe' 199 ., M3Q5?"0 A N 11. 6. -N, K N H .A mm 5 4 W ,gui .,- X Q H N 1 fa sg K f 5 v tw S , a QE Sag? Q ai X 3, 5: x Q 201 202 ' f"'Jf4' . 'Aviv' 5. I an K. 45 S . .YT .. 5 53 x W.. N1 me ,ig . . , P, . I W is , ff' A . -k.-f ..av..L... .. .mmmwg . i f 4 fl M 1 C4 J' I .. .., .5 51, ' if' .5 -1. wir- .....w.5.1.,.nQz.:1.5 uw an 5' .ww . ova 3 V ig X "J .: ,hrs .Q ' V - 'fa '04 nw-an , any ss . sf . 2 . i ,-lgw v e'-: .K A . S ' A. Anderson R. Anderson J. Ashendorf N. Baars F. Back V. Beckett C. Birmingham G. Blackwell D. Boone F. Brooks H. Brown J. Brown D. Burnett S. Bytwerk J. Cambers B. Cross C. Cracauer C. Cogswell 3 vu 5 I- I if A we .i J . . . . 5 .321 fi V qv 5 . . ., A . . ' 1 . .4 .. 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West S. Wiard L. Wilson O. Wiszynski FRESHM EN R. Beadle V. Beckett R. Carnegie L. Cunningham D. Dewey D. Fishel R. Gable C. Harris D. Harris R. Holt R. Holtz B. Howe K. Johnson B. Jowers S. Krawczyk M. Lake J. Loper D. Meloche NOT PICTURED M. C. D. J. W. J. A. K. R. D. R. R. J. B. L. G. B. B. Miller Montalud Nobel Ortiz Parker Pienela Raffaele Redmon Smith Sullivan Tedesco Vanden Bosch Walker Williams Williams Wirtz Wolffis Wolffis 207 m -mi ml. V - in .M , in This decision as to whether or not we should relax or study is just one of the many We will have to make. 'fl N 208 When we leave our high school years behind, we are going to make many decisions which affect others as well as ourselves. ,X kff If' l ,K 209 'uv '99 V Q15 NM S S ,QV6 33 'J' -15"5r Q qgfic S W 1 of U 'QQ Us eo Ile.: lttfgfgj L' lf404Ut 2' I 7 ff' 'PNY' , f 91. il' Fi ? 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' , I" K'-gf' v. 12 w..--5.1, I " F? 71 -, T 2 DH- 4 -L .nf .1-.gl . ,l ,ff 11 ,. Q 7 ' V nc'-"l ' ff'-. 4'-vr -5. ' hr m "L l 'I '3" gT? Z ., :QQI M. , t K ' -, f,.,,4L-ii, 'ft L, M,-5., . . "' -f""' 'X 1. r-ig'7l'! bi, LLLLQL., THOMAS C. CLOCK THOMAS C. CLOCK, JR. WAYNE A. CLOCK JACK CLOCK N iii N WM' Ht Member by Invitation G National Selected Morticians 212 Atlas Supply Co. Div. Harbor Steel 6? Supply Corp. Serving Vocational Education Steel Tools Supplies Student Training Supplies 543 Southern Muskegon, Michigan Congratulations to the Class of 1966 N AT I 0 N A L LUM BERMAN'S BANK MEMBER: FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Best Wishes to the Graduation Class of 1966 The USKEGDN BANK and Trust Company 5 Convenient Locations 213 Compliments of Quality Aluminum Casting Company RYKE'S BAKERY Home of Butter Cookies Birthday, party, and wedding cakes 367 East Larch Avenue Muskegon, Michigan Best Wishes! APPLIANCES W a I t P I a n t TELEVISION Established 1893 Your Friendly Grocer HADEMAKEITS GHOCERY CERTIFIED CONCRETE, INC. Serving The Area Uver 20 Years Serving Your Area From Two Locations DOO DROP INN 2140 Henry H63 East Laketon 214 Th e Sq ua re "Muskegon's Finest Store for Men and Boys" Bvf' . v' X zu-v"" Q . gc . Mary Saint Amour is being shown some lovely sports jackets at The Square. Mark Storey, who works at Cole's Bakery, is displaying one of the signs he has made. Ciolleys Batllseamies Campus Market Sperber? Men is Wear Clothing Sportswear Haberdashery Lynn Gilbert and Ron Stout are about to enjoy a popular meal at the Campus Market. 1500 Sandford St. PA 2-6189 Across From The "Campus,' . 1 E . f Mr. Robert Sperber is showing some of the large selections of shirts at Sperber's, Westgate Shopping Center Phone PE 9-l29O Open Daily IO a.m, to 9 pm. Free Parking Muskegon, Michigan 215 MARVIN S. GUDELSKY MARVIN IEWELERS fine diamonds 260-264 W. Western Ave. Phone PA 2-6947 Muskegon Flowers by WAGENM!-1Kf.'R'S Flower Center Your Friendly Florist i236 Apple Ave. Phone PR 3-3502 Courtesy of Young's Funeral Home Phone PA 2-3873 l 102 Terrace Muskegon, Michigan Sytsema Funeral Home 24 Hour Ambulance Service 737 Apple Avenue Muskegon, Michigan Bos Floral House Quality and Service in Flowers for 40 years 'I333 Apple Ave. Phone PR 3-3264 I I ZZ? 329 W. Western Our 78th Year 216 Man's progress is measured by his ability to substitute machinery for his own muscles. Today our progress potential is almost infinite. Its only limit will be the capacity of our young peo- ple to forge new and better ways to do the worldis work. Congratula- tions on your graduation, the first major step toward this goal. MANNING MAXWELL 8- MOORE E'-fs JD I iifigllf 5 . It I ' ., I , ,, .. . t Z.V :IH W Iv... X, III XXII-so ,I , Aw. CX -K Q K X.,-,ut v-Fix?" - , DIVISION UF DRESSER IINUUSTRIES, V i: L ... I, .,.,,,,...f Congratulations to the Graduates of 1966 A manis true ideals are those he lives by, not always those he talks about. Anon. Campbell, Wyant :S Cannon Foundry Company Division of Textron Inc. 217 Cl1ristine's Hair Stylist By Appointments Only Phone PL 5-1512 2320 W. Sherman Blvd. Muskegon, Michigan Congratulations to the Muskegon High School Class of 1966 V Clothing V E E T and T S Miss Hideaway Shop PA 2-2815 201 W. Western D a n i e I ' s For Your Unusual Gift Your Office Machine Headquarters I 408 West Western Avenue Curtis-Ferrell, Inc. Myfggggn PA 8-4109 u nclerwoocl authorized agent 1 ' Phone PA 2-1606 M 296 W. Western Ave. Muskegon, Michigan dlbfgbzg Two other convenient locations Grand Haven and Whitehall Vanity Beauty School LARRY STOUT, Director For Quality Training in the Beauty Profession Enroll in our modern Pace Setting School 218 PCDWER FGR THE WCDRLD'S WORK Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Student Body at Muskegon High School 'QXTAL1 4,0 Ag Wu 'Q A 1+ f 1 1+ ,Z one 6' JWQ Continental Motors Corporation Muskegon, Michigan 219 JAMES COSCARELLI PERE MARQUETTE PARK 'Real Italian Pizzav Miniature Golf Concession Service from Channel VVa11 to Bronson Park Crown Finance Corporation 1597 W. Sherman Blvd. ,Phone PL 9-3237 Muskegon, Michigan Hasper E Save Mor Markets. Inc. Now Six Convenient Locations Save two ways: Low, Low Prices and S 84 H Green Stamps STEVE SIERADZKI, Realtor Compliments of liroch's Candy ci' Tobacco Company Best Wishes I MEL SCH ULZ 452 Getty Phone PR 3-6214 220 44 - 'I W E R S mg- KVVhere the Good Work Comes Fromi' . V . 798 West Broadway Muskegon Heights, Michigan 4 Serving Muskegons Homes Since 1899 . I 902 'QDE PINE STREET , MUSKEGDN 'I' MICHIGAN gf " F U R N I T U R E C 0 PHUNE PA 2-7626 ae' ' Corner offeck Street atliolbrook 67 Q Serving this Community since 1594 i 2 000 P0990 H H SRERS - new CLE I lllfl W N A, li. I FEE I l 'it s 1 T p p ande1fvelde's Furniture 81 Carpet Broadway at 5th, Muskegon Heights Interior Decorating is no problem when you shop at Vanderve1de's. Their decorator trained staff will gladly assist you in making proper selections for your home. Linda Dagen finds time to relax on one of the beautiful couches at VANDERVELDFS. 221 Everything for the office, except machines- chairs, desks, Fire-Files, filing cabinets, indexing systems, loose-leaf and payroll systems- 5,000 products, each "time-engi- R neered" to help get more done, easier, and in less time. "Bul L'k Sk p " E l if SHAW-WALKER The Plaque Largest Exclusive Makers of Oftice Furniture 797 TGFYGCG MUSkegOh, Michigan and Filing Equipment in the World Arbor Floral Co. "F lowers F or All Occasionsv - 40 Yeors of Dependable Service -- "Best for you and baby too? 1222 Peck Street PA 2-3797 222 wi.,-F W if X Xa ., ml ,axe In x nl V .---"""""""' Shown in the picture are Leatrice Brydges and Paul Flicker-na 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. lt is only through this process of improvement that Sealed Power has managed to succeed and furnish more and more jobs. Yes, there are job 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 ln this regard we congratulate the Class of i966 in reaching a milestone in that continuingllifetime process of education. Sealed Power Corporation LEADING MANUFACTURER OF ENGINE PARTS Plants in Muskegon and St. Johns, Michigan Rochester and LaGrange, Indiana, Stratford, Ontario, and Naucalpan de Juarez, Mexico i - i --sux t 4--ii' 223 The path way to success has many challenges . . . Accept each with discretion. cl-AR KE , L00. .,. C 0 I P O R A T I 0 N MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN BOB M ORRE'S H onda-Tri umph Sales PE 9-7458 25Ol Peck Street Muskegon Heights Mary Jo Misch is showing a pair of the beautiful shoes available at Buel's. Buel 19 Shoes 333 W. Western Phone PA 2-6363 Muskegon, Michigan I How do you measure the value of a diploma? milf! I pil Its value lies in the training it stands for . . and the job opportunities it opens for YOU . . . Enroll today in a school noted for its successful graduates Danie1's Hcrirstyling. Inc. 32 E. Broadway PErshing 3-l l64 Muskegon Heights DANIELS INSTITUTE GF BEAUTY l94l Terrace Avenue Muskegon, Michigan Only the look is expensive at Daniefs Where originality begins We lead -- others follow Muskegon Heights, Michigan 224 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF I966 FAMOUS BRANDS for Young Men and Women To The Class of 1965 The future ot America is in your hands. The following years will bring many challenging days - meet them head on. We are sure you will come out on top. 1124 Peck Street "Your Store of the F UTUREU DEPARTMENT s'roRE Phonep-A2'1181 Muskegon Heights, Michigan Albert J. Galy Real Estate, Inc. Acumzuorr Moi2TuAi2Y -O SERVING AL L FAm-is : ll H1 ' ROLLAND H. ACHTERHOFF ,vu in-:jg ,,l -1 LARCH AVENUE Aiwlxfllflg ml71?l.ZZg:Q wt. Of 'nk :JJIILQIQ f' o E 2 e 7 WWW' 'W """' 'F X A " 39 "We Invite Your Confidence" PETE'S SHOE BOX dShoes F or All The F amilyv "Join the Lucky 13 Clubv 1500 Getty St. Compliments of Alstrom Construction Incorporated lO2l E. Airport Road A. J. Alstrom and R. C. Alstrom 225 Muskegon Hardware And Supply Company Lakeshore Printing :S Paper Products Social, Business ci Professional Printing MARSHALL S. VANRIPER, Owner 3023 Henry St. at Summit Phone PE 9-8210 Roosevelt Pork Muskegon, Michigan Ruiter Bros. Plumbing, Heating CQT Air Conditioning 2831 Moffett Street Telephone PE 3-2681 Lake Welding Supply Company Welding Supplies Kc Equipment 363 Ottawa Street Telephone PA 2-3773 MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN 226 NORGE Repairs on all Norge appliances by trained servicemen using genuine Norge parts RE FRIGE RATORS-FRE EZE RS-WASHERS-RANGES-DRYE RS WATER HEATERS-AIR CONDITIONERS Norge Sales Corporation 2969 Lakeshore Drive Phone PL 5-165' Distinction Class Your Senior. Class Photographer , S 1936 Portralts mee Of NO CAMERA CHARGE SATISFACTION ASSURED 809 Terrace Street, Next Door to HosIer's Coll PA 2-3013 for appointment congratulations seniors manufacturers of quality furniture and equipment for Modern laboratories for teaching and research maintain America's lead in these vital years of it's existence. E. Mrrt..,.,..E NT CO. ART ROOMS SCIENCE ROOMS HOMEMAKING ROOMS INDUSTRIAL ART SHOPS MUSIC DEPARTMENTS SCHOOLS HOSPITALS LABORATORIES INDUSTRY METALLURGICAL LABS. PHARMACY LABS. FOODS PROCESSING LABS. ATOMIC ENERGY LABS. - MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN 227 Michigan Consolidated Gas Company Why don't you inspect some of the fine ranges at Michi- gan Consolidated Gos Company as Lindo Dogen ond James Seostrom are doing. Congratulations to the 1966 Senior Class of Muskegon Senior High School. from Paris Studios Best Wishes to the 1966 Senior Class of Muskegon Senior High School 137 E. Loketon PA 2-2347 Compliments oi Said and Done PARIS STUDIOS, llNCC. 228 ABDELKADER, FAISEL COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Key Club, Band, Basket- ball MAJORS: English, Social Studies ACETO, MICHAEL T. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Co-op MAJORS: English, Drafting ACHTERHOFF, TIM COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Campus Keyhole, Cen- taurs, W.T.R.U. High School Re- porter MAJORS: English, Social Studies ADAMS, BILL COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Math, Science AIKENS, LENA COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: G.A.A,, Future Nurses MAJORS: English, Math, Music ALBRIGHT, SHARON PHYLLIS COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Campus Keyhole, A Cappella ALEXANDER, DON E. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Track, N.A.A.C.D., Cosmopolitan Club MAJORS: English, Math ALFORD, DOROTHY COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Library Club MAJORS: English, Typing ANDREWS, DENNIS R. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Track, Co-op MAJORS: English, Math ANDERSON, RICH COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Centaurs MAJORS: English, Math ARCHER, CONNIE J. COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Future Secretaries Asso- ciation, Concert Band, Y.F.C. MAJORS: English, Business ARCHAMBAULT, TERRY PAUL COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Basketball MAJORS: English, Math AUGUST, LOIS COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Senior Girls, Spanish Club, Junior Tea MAJORS: English, Spanish, Social Studies AUSTERMILLER, MARGARET COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Ski Club, A Cappella MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Music AUSTIN, ANNE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Future Teachers, Orchestra, Library Club MAJORS: English, Spanish, Music BABCOCK, LINDA SUSAN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Masque, Thespians, Girls' Choir, Senate, Senior Girls, Ski Club, Campus Keyhole MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math BAILEY, JACK COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Math, Science BAKER, DIANNE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Latin Club, G.A.A., Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Pro-Musica, Orchestra, Senate MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math BAKER, RICHARD COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Football, Varsity Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies BALKEMA, PAM COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Y-Teens, Girls' Choir - President, Carmenta, Booster Club, Junior Tea, Senior Girls, G.A.A., Future Nurses MAJORS: English, Social Studies BARHITTE, JACK H. COURSE: Day Trade ACTIVITIES: Track MAJORS: English, Drafting BASLER, LYNNE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Co-op MAJORS: English, Business BATES, CHARLES COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies BAUM, WILLIAM T. M. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C., National Honor Society, Varsity Club, Student Council MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math BAUSHKE, MARY LOU COURSE: Business MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business BEAGLE, MARGARETTA COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Art BEEKMAN, JANIS COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, G.A.A., Student Council, Junior Achievement, Synchronized Swim- ming, Future Teachers MAJORS: English, Math BEEKMAN, MARY COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Future Secre- taries Association, Co-op MAJORS: English, Business BELLANGER, GALE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Carmenta, Synchronized Swimming, Junior Tea MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business BENNETT, CHIP COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Varsity Club, Tennis, Masque, Centaurs MAJORS: English, Math BENNITT, JAMES COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science BENSON, JULIE ANN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir, Future Sec- retaries Association, Co-op MAJORS: English, Business BENSON, LaVONNE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Senior High Choir MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Home Economics BISSON, JUDY COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Library Club, Y-Teens, Ski Club, Senior Girls MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Home Economics BLINK, JUDY COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir, Marching Band MAJORS: English, Business, Home Economics BLODON, PETER CARL COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Ski Club, Camera Club MAJORS: Latin, Social Studies, Math BLUHM, CAROL COURSE: Business MAJORS: English, Business BOGUE, DANIEL COURSE: Day Trade MAJORS: English BOLLENBACHER, NANCY COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir, Synchron- ized Swimming, G.A.A., Future Secretaries Association MAJORS: English, Business BOONE, BARBARA JEAN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Music, Account- ing Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business BOQUE, BETTY JANE COURSE: Business MAJORS: English, Business BORDEAUX, KATHY COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens MAJORS: English, Business BORGESON, BONNIE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Madrigalians, A Cap- pella, National Honor Society, Senior Fine Art Society, French Club, French Choral MAJORS: English, Math, Science BOWEN, BETTY COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Girls' Glee Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business BOWYER, JAN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Y.F,C., Library Club, Girls' Choir MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Home Economics BRADFORD, CONNIE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Band, Pro-Musica MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math BRAECKEUELDT, JUDY A. COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Co-op, G.A.A. MAJORS: English, Business BRE NTS, MIKE COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Industrial Arts BRIGGS, BENNIE COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Industrial Arts BRINK, ROGER COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Key Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science BROOKS, JANIE P. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Cheerlead- ing, G.A.A. - Vice-President, Masque, Dramatics, Senior Prom, Student Council, Senior Play, Girls' Choir MAJORS: English, Social Studies BROSEY, JOYCE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading, Student Council, Senior Play, G.A.A., Boost- er Club, Inter-School, Senate, Senior Girls, Junior Tea, Y-Teens, Masque - Parliamentarian, Future Secretar- ies - Vice-President, Thespians, Ski Club MAJORS: English, Business BROWN, DIANNA COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Band, Future Nurses, Junior Achievement, Y.F.C., Pro- Musica MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science BUCKNER, DAVE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Football, Track MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math BUIKEMA, ROD COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Varsity Club, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball MAJORS: English, Social Studies 229 230 BUIKEMA, SHIRLEY COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: F.T.A. - President, Na- tional Honor Society, G.A.A. MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math BuNcE, PEGGY COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Junior Tea, Carmenta, National Honor Society, G.A.A,, Senior Girls, Speech Guild - Presi- dent, Campus Call Reporter, Future Nurses, Booster Club, Student Coun- cil, French Club, Synchronized Swimming MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science BUTLER, ALLEN H. COURSE: Business MAJORS: English, Social'Studies, Business CAREY, FRED COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Math, Social Studies CARLSON, GERALD COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies CARLSON, PHYLLIS IRENE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Carmenta - President, Y-Teens, l.C.C. Representative, A Cappella, Exchange Student to Den- mark, Booster Club, Future Nurses, Speech Guild, Junior Tea, Senior Girls MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math CARLSTON, DARLENE COURSE: Business ACCTIVITIES: Junior Tea, Co-op, Deca lub MAJORS: English, Social Studies CASAREZ, JOHN M. COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Spanish, Social Studies CAVANAUGH, MARY COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Social Studies CHEYNE, BERNADINE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Library Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math CHIN, KENNETH COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Band MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science, Music CHRISTOPHERSEN, JOHN A. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Football, Varsity Club, Homecoming King MAJORS: English, Math, Science CHRISTOPHERSEN, PAULA A. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Senior Class, Vice-Presi- dent, Madrigalians - Secretary, G.A.A,. A Cappella - Secretary, Senate, Y.F.C, - Vice-President, Future Nurses MAJORS: English, Math CLARK, BETTY COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Senate, Latin Club, Future Teachers, G.A.A., Y-Teens - Vice-President MAJORS: English, Latin, Social Studies CLARKE, RALPH COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math COBURN, SAM COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Football, Track, Varsity Club MAJ ORS: English, Math, Science COLBU RN, DEE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Ski Club - Treasurer, Carmenta, Y-Teens, Junior Achieve- ment, Synchronized Swimming, Stu- dent Council, G.A.A., Booster Club, Cosmopolitan Club MAJORS: English, Math COLLINS, BOB COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Band, Pro-Musica MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math COOK, RONALD W. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Pro-Musica, Student Council, Y.F.C. - Vice-President, Marching Band, Symphonic Band MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Music COOPER, MARJORIE LEE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir, Future Teachers MAJORS: English, Math, Music CORNING, DONALD G. COURSE: Day Trade MAJORS: English, DT, Machine Shop COUSINEAU, AUTUMN L. COURSE:fCollege Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Philosophy Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math COWDERY, ROY A. COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science COX, SUE K. COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Co-op, Future Secretaries MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business COY, MARY LOUISE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir, Speech Guild, Future Teachers, G.A.A. MAJORS: English, Math, Science CRAGO, NANCY J. COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Future Secretaries MAJORS: English, Business CRAMBLIT, LOUISE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Y.F.C. A MAJORS: English, Home Economics, Social Studies CRAMER, LOUIS COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Math, Science CRAWFORD, JEAN M. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Synchronized Swim- ming, Cheerleading, G.A.A. - Presi- dent, Carmenta, Booster Club, Gym- nastics, Homecoming Attendant - 11th, Homecoming Queen MAJORS: English, Math, Social Studies CROSS, GARY COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Hi-Y, Masque MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science CROSS, SHARON A. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Choir MAJ ORS: English, Social Studies, Math CROSS, SHARON K. COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir MAJORS: English, Business CROSS, BOB COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Junior Class - President, Senior Class - President, Key Club - President, Varsity Club, Student Council, Little Reds Basketball, Cross Country, Tennis, Latin Club, National Honor Society MAJ ORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science CUNNINGHAM, ANNIE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Senior Choir, Library Club , MAJORS: English, Home Economics, Art CURTICE, AL COURSE: General MAJ ORS: English, Industrial Arts CURTIS, CHERYL LYN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Y.F.C. MAJORS: English, Social Studies DAGEN, LINDA L. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Said 8z Done, Booster Club, G.A.A., Future Teachers, Ser- vice Club, French Club MAJORS: English, French, Social Studies, Math DAHLSTROM, PAT COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Majorette, Junior Tea, Carmenta, Pro-Musica, Y-Teens, Cherokettes, Senior Girls, Student Council MAJORS: English, Social Studies DANIELS, SHERRY COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Cherokettes, A Cappella, Senior High Chorus - Vice-President, Girls' Choir MAJ ORS: English, Math DANIELS, SUE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Booster Club, Keyhole, Senior Girls, School Page Editor, A Cappella MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Music DARLING, DAVE COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Industrial Arts DAULT, RANDALL COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Math, Science DAVIS, MICHAEL DEAN COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies DAVIS, RANDALL C. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Cross Country, Track MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math DECKER, DEANNA COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Keyhole, Future Nurses - Vice-President, Senate, Student Council, Said 8: Done MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math DEERY, TOM COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Cross Country, Ski Club MAJORS: English, Math DERDA, DAVE LEE COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math DE RUITER, GARY COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Track MAJORS: English, Industrial Arts DESTEENO, PAM COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Cosmopolitan Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies DeVETTE, JEANNE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Y-Teens, Senate, Senior Girls, Girls' Choir - Treas- urer MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math DeVRIES, THOMAS K. COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Drafting DEWIND, MARSHA COURSE: Co-op MAJORS: English, Business DeYOE, DAVE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society - President, Student Council - Treas- urer, Masque, Thespians, Key Club, Golf MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science DOBB, ICorkyl DELORES COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Co-op, Booster Club, Decca Club MAJORS: English, Art DOCTER, JIM COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Day Trade DORAIS, MARSHA ANN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Symphonic and March- ing Band, A Cappella, Keyhole, Fu- ture Teachers, Pro-Musica, G.A.A. MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Music DORAN, SUE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Co-op MAJ ORS: English, Business DORNBOS, PAUL F. COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies DRESSLER, JEANNE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, Future Teachers - Treasurer, Cam- era Club, Y.F.C., G.A.A. MAJORS: English, Spanish, Social Studies, Math, Science DRIVER, ROBERT COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Basketball, Tennis, Var- sity Club, Student Council, Ex- change Student - South America MAJORS: English, Social Studies DUCKETT, RACHEL COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Home Economics DUMOUCHEL, JIM COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Masque, Thespians, Hi-Y MAJORS: English, Social Studies DUNNEWIN, CONNIE RAYE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Senate - Parliamentar- ian, A Cappella, Band, Y.F.C., Pro- Musica, Booster Club - Treasurer, G.A.A., Senior Play MAJ ORS: English, Social Studies DYBAL, LEAH COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses, Latin Club, Pro-Musica, Band MAJORS: English, Math DYKES, CLEVE COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Math, Science EASLEY, LEMUEL C. COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies EDSON, DAVID LEE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: A Cappella, Key Hole, Madrigalians - President MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math EELY, LINDA LOU COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies EHREAN, RITA COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, French, Math EISTEDT, KENT COURSE: College Preparatory ACEIIIIQITIES: Football, Track, Varsity u MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Technical Drawing ELLIS, NANCY NORA COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Senate - Reporter, Marching and Symphonic Band - Treasurer, Pro-Musica, Junior Tea, Senior Girls MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math ERICKSON, FRED COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: A Cappella, Madri- galians MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Music EVANS, SAMUEL W. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Philosophy Club - Pres- ident, Booster Club, Y,F.C., Cosmo- politan Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math FAIRRIS, ROBERT COURSE: Day Trade ACTIVITIES: Big Red Indian, Ski Club, Hi-Y, Y.F.C. MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Vocational Education FARR, EILEEN CAROLE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: G.A.A. MAJORS: English, Social Studies FARRELL, SHEILA ANNE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Band, Pro-Musica, Sen- ate, Future Teachers, G,A.A., Latin Club, Senior Girls MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math FEARNLEY, JOSEPH D. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Varsity Club - President, Baseball, Hockey MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math FEHLER, JOHN COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Math, Science FELGENHAUER, LYNN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Future Teachers, G.A.A., Girls' Choir MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math FELKER, ANDREW COURSE: Day Trade MAJORS: Social Studies, Day Trade FELT, VIRGINIA COURSE: College Preparatory MAJ ORS: English, Social Studies, Math FETHKE, CAROLYN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir, Future Nurses MAJORS: English, Social Studies FETHKE, GORDON COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Varsity Club, Key Club, Centaurs - Vice-President MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math FIROS, JAMES R. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Key Club, Campus Key- hole, Junior Achievement MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Art FLICKEMA, SUSAN KAY COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Booster Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math FLOWERS, BARBARA L. COURSE: College Preparatory ACZTIXIZITIES: Girls Glee Club, Library lu MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Science FLOYD, ELIZABETH ANN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses - Sec. MAJORS: English, Math FOREMAN, GEORGE COURSE: Business MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Industrial Arts FOX, KAY COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Booster Club, French Club, Masque, Senior Girls, Junior Achievement MAJORS: English, French, Social Studies, Math FRAZIER, EARL COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Football, Hi-Y, Symphonic Band MAJORS: English, Math FRENCH, MICHAEL COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Varsity Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business FRIEND, LORRAINE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: A Cappella, Madrigal- ians, Symphonic Band, Pep Band, Marching Band, Stage Band, Orches- tra, Senate, Fine Arts Society, Na- tional Honor Society, Pro-Musica MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Music GALION, LINDA COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies GARDNER, TOM COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, Key Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math GAUTHIER, DAWN MARIE COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies GAUTHIER, DICK COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Social Studies GERRANS, GARY R. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Hockey MAJ ORS: English, Electronics GIENAPP, DAVE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Football, Varsity Club - Vice-President, Baseball, Homecom- ing Attendant - 10th, 11th, 12th MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math GILBERT, LYNNE M. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader, French Club, G.A.A., Carmenta, Synchron- ized Swimming, Philosophy Club, Junior Tea, Senior Girls, Senior Class - Treasurer, Homecoming At- tendant - 12th MAJ ORS: English, Social Studies, French GILL, GARY COURSE: Day Trade ACTIVITIES: Hockey MAJORS: English, Math, Social Studies, Machine Shop GILL, TEDDY COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, G.A.A. MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business, Home Economics GILLESPIE, DOROTHY COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Co-op MAJORS: English, Social Studies GILLETTE, JERRY COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Philosophy Club MAJ ORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science GILLIVER, DAVE COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Speech GILMORE, BOB COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: A Cappella, Orchestra, Ski Club, Cosmopolitan Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies Math GIROUX, JOE COURSE: Day Trade MAJORS: English, Day Trade GANNON, GLENN COURSE: General MAJORS: English GLOVER, SHARON D. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, G.A.A. MAJORS: English, Spanish, Math GOMEZ, LINDA DIANE COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies GORANSON, JEAN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Library Club MAJ ORS: English, Business GORYL, VERONICA JEAN COURSE: General MAJ ORS: English, Social Studies, Home Economics GRAHAM, DARLENE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: G.A.A. - Treasurer, Said 8: Done, Junior Tea, P.E. Aid MAJORS: English, Social Studies GRAY, PATSY R. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Masque, Speech Guild, Y-Teens, Future Nurses, Booster Club, Senior Girls, G.A.A., French Club GRAY, ROSE M. COURSE: Business MAJORS: English, Business GRAY, WILLIE LOU COURSE: Business MAJ ORS: English, Home Economics GRIFFIN, WAYNE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Orchestra MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Bookkeeping GRILL, AGATHA COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: FHA MAJORS: English, Home Economics 232 GRISWOLD, DENNIS COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Hy-Y MAJORS: English, Cabinet Making GUNST, DENNIS PAUL COURSE: General MAJORS: English HALL, LINDA COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Co-op, Future Secre- taries, G.A.A. MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business HAMILTON, THOMAS COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math HAMM, SANDRA KAYE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses, Pro- Musica, Orchestra MAJORS: English, Math HAMMOND, LARRY COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Centaurs, Key Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math HARKNESS, SHARON COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Future Nurses, Latin Club, Booster Club, Said 8: Done MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Latin, Math, Science HARPER, JOYCE A. COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Senior High Choir MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business HARRELL, JEFF COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Marching Band MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science HARRIS, JACQUELIN ANN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Senior High Chorus, Co-op MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Home Economics HARRIS, LINDA MARGARET COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Y-Teens, Decca Club, Senior Play, Booster Club, Girls' Choir MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business HARTMAN, JEFFREY COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Senior High Chorus - President MAJOR: English HARTMAN, SUE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, Carmenta, Student Council, Y-Teens, Senior Girls MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science HAWKINS, CLIFFORD EARL COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Reserve Football, Bas- ketball, Varsity Football, A Cappella MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business HECKSEL, MARCIA COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses, Y-Teens, Senate MAJORS: English, Social Studies. Math HEETHVIS, BERNARD P. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Key Club, National Honor Society MAJ ORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science HEETHUIS, CAROL COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Decca, Y.F.C. MAJ ORS: English, Social Studies, Business HEIM, JAMES C. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Football, Track MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science HERDER, LARRY COURSE: General MAJORS: Social Studies, English HESSE, RALPH BURTON COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Social Studies HIEFTJ E, JIM COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Key Club, Centaurs, Symphonic Band MAJORS: English, Social Studies HILJDING, LOUISE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Masque, Ski Club, Car- menta, Swedish Exchange Student MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Language, Science HILL, VIRGINIA MARIE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Junior Tea, Senior Girls, G.A.A., Carmenta, Student Council, Co-op, Decca MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business HILLARD, ROBERT R. COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Science HOFFMAN, ADONICA COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Booster Club, G.A.A., French Club, Junior Achievement, Senior Play, Ski Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science HOFFMAN, DAVE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Football, Baseball MAJ ORS: English, Math HOFFMAN, DIANA LYNN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Madrigalians, A Cappella MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Music HOFFMAN, SUE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Cosmopolitan Club, Y-Teens MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business HOLESON, SHEILA COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Senior High Chorus, Y-Teens MAJORS: English, Social Studies Business HOSMER, WAYNE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Hockey Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math HOWARD, PAT COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Cross Country, Track, Varsity Club MAJORS: English, Math, Science HOWE, ELIZABETH ANN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading, Student Council President, Band, National Honor Society, Junior Tea, Senior Girls, Ski Club, Carmenta, Booster Club, G.A.A., Speech Guild, Pro- Musica MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science HUTCHISON, STEVEN JAMES COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Math INGRAM, ELECTA COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Future Ac- countants, Cosmopolitan Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies JANDT, PHYLLIS SUSAN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir, Senior High Chorus MAJ OR: English JARDINE, JANET COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club, G.A.A., Junior Tea, Senior Girls, Keyhole, Y-Teens, Junior Achievement, F11- ture Nurses, Ski Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Spanish JAWOR, VITALD COURSE: Day Trade MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Automotive Mechanics JEWETT, LEON T. COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Social Studies JIBSON, DAVID COURSE: Day Trade MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Day Trade, Cabinet Making JOHNSON, CASSANDRA COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Co-op, Muskegon High Bowling Team, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Cosmopolitan Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Science JOHNSON, CLAUDIA LEE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading, Senior Class Representative, Carmenta, Lit- erary Society, Senior Girls, Junior Tea, Booster Club, G.A.A., French Club, Keyhole, Synchronized Swim- ming, Homecoming Attendant MAJORS: English, French Social Studies JOHNSON, FRANK COURSE: Day Trade ACTIVITIES: A Cappella Hi-Y, Stu- dent Council, Varsity Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Day Trade JOHNSON, FRANCES COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: A Cappella - Vice-Presi- dent, Honors Quartet, Madrigalians, Senate, National Honor Society - Secretary, G.A.A., French Club, French Choral MAJORS: English, Social Studies JOHNSON, KENNETH L. COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math JOHNSON, SHIRLEY K. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C,, Future Home- makers, Cosmopolitan MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Home Economics JONES, PATRICIA COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Co-op, Decca MAJ ORS: English, Social Studies, Art JOWERS, MARTY COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Co-op, Decca, Library Club, A Cappella MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Music, Home Economics KAHLO, SANDRA LOUISE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir, Booster Club, Y.F.C., Y-Teens MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business, Music KAISER, DENNIS L. COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies KAISER, FRED L. COURSE: Day Trade MAJ ORS: English, Industrial Arts KAMP, DAVID COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Co-op MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math KAYLER, PATRICIA ANN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir, Y.F.C., Co-op MAJORS: English, Business KELLEY, DAN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Tennis, Varsity Club MAJORS: English, Industrial Arts KENNEBREW, JOAN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Basketball, F.B.L.A., Science Club, Hi-Y, Student Coun- cil, History Club, Y-Teens MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business KERR, CHARLES FRED COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Marching Band, Track, Pro-Musica MAJORS: English, Math, Science, Music KESTNER, JIM COURSE: General MAJORS: English KEUR, ROGER D. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Hockey MAJORS: Social Studies, Industrial Arts KINNEY, HAZEL EMMA COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Orchestra, Future Nurses, G.A.A,, Y.F.C., Band MAJ ORS: English, Business KIRWOOD, CONNIE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Future Accountants MAJORS: English, Social Studies KITTEL, MARILYN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Syn- chronized Swmiming MAJORS: English, Math KLEMP, CHERYL KAYE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Senior High Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Girls' Choir MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business, Home Economics KLEYN, LINDA COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, Future Teachers MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math KLINE, JOANIE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Booster Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math KLINE, JUDY COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Booster Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math KNOX, ARNELLA MAE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading, Chero- kettes, Y-Teens, G.A.A., Girls' Choir MAJORS: English, Math, Science KOEHLER, LARRY DALE COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math KOLKEMA, DANIEL L. COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Band, Track MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science KOZAL, PATRICIA COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Band - Librarian, Or- chestra, Pro-Musica, Senate - Pres- ident MAJORS: English, Social Studies KRAMER, AL COURSE: Day Trade ACTIVITIES: Ski Club, Football, Y.F.C. MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Day Trade KROLL, WAYNE R. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Football Manager, Track, Varsity Club, Latin Club MAJORS: English, Math, Science KRUPP, CHARLENE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Y-Teens MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math KUBERSKI, GLEN COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies KUTAC K, THOMAS EDWIN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Tennis, Hockey, Varsity Club, Masque, Student Council, Key Club, Campus Keyhole co-editor MAJORS: English, Math, Science LALLO, JOHN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Hockey, Baseball, Co-op, Football Spotter MAJORS: English, Business LANG, JOHN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Basketball, Football MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Industrial Arts LARSON, BILL COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Football, Senior High Chorus, Varsity Club MAJ ORS: English, Social Studies LARSON, SANDRA COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Senior Girls MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math LAVERY, CAROL COURSE: Business MAJORS: English, Business LEEBALL, GARY JAMES COURSE: Day Trade MAJORS: English, Cabinet Making LEEBALL, ROBERT M. COURSE: Business MAJORS: English, Math, Science LEHMAN, MARY JANE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: G.A.A. MAJORS: English, Typing LEITGEB, NORMA COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science LEMAIRE, DAVID COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Hi-Y Club, Football MAJORS: English LEONARD, DARLENE ELAINE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Majorette Alternate, Cherokett's, Senior Girls, Decca MAJORS: English, Social Studies LEONARD, TERRENCE L. COURSE: Day Trade ACTIVITIES: Band MAJORS: English, Music LESTER, PAT COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Senior High Chorus MAJORS: English, Home Economics LEVELSTON, JAN COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Bookkeeping, Home Economics LIEFFERS, RICK JAMES COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Speech Guild, Cross Country MAJORS: English, Math, Science, Social Studies LINDSTROM, JANE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Majorette, Senate, Pro- Musica, Y-Teens, Ski Club, Band, Synchronized Swimming, Junior Tea MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science LINK, LINDA S. COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Future Ac- countants Club Secretary MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business LIPMAN, ELLEN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Y-Teens, Junior Tea, Senior Girls, Masque, Vice- President of Junior Class, Senate MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math LOGAN, BILL COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Future Teachers, Junior Achievement, Track, Y.F.C. MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business LONG, MAYLIA MIA COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Future Accountants MAJORS: English, Bookkeeping LONGMIRE, JOESHEEHAM COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Choir, Basketball Club, Dance Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Home Economics LOWE RY, SCARLET C. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, G.A.A., Cos- mopolitan Club President MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business LUCZYK, CANDACE LE ANN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: A Cappella, Madigal- ians MAJORS: English, Business LULOFS, LARRY G. 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COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Marching Band, French Club Secretary, Future Nurses, Ski Club, Senate MAJORS: English, Math MIEL, JANICE COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business MILLER, LINDA LEE COURSE: General MAJ ORS: Business, Home Economics MILLER, SHIRLEY COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Science 233 234 MILLS, DAVID JOHN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Football, Symphonic Band, Varsity Club, National Honor Society - Vice-Pres., Team Teaching, Dance Band MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Music MIXER, DAN C. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Team Teaching, Varsity Club, Key Club, Student Council, Cross Country, Golf, Basketball Mgr. MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science MOGREN, WILLIAM JOHN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Pep Band, Dance Band, Marching Band, Symphonic Band MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Music, Drafting MOORE, GARY W. COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Drafting MOORE, LINDA G. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Team Teaching, Latin Club, Y-Teens, Orchestra President, West Shore Symphony, Science Seminar MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science, Music MOORE, LINDA J. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Team Teaching, Said 8: Done, Junior Achievement, G.A.A., National Honor Society, Y.F.C. MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science MOREHOUSE, PAT COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Junior Tea, Senior Girls, Y-Teens, G.A.A., Student Council MAJORS: English, Social Studies MORGAN, KAROLYN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Majorettes, Senate MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Home Economics MORIN, DAN COURSE: Day Trade MAJ ORS: English, Industrial Arts MORLEY, RICHARD R. 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MAJORS: English, Social Studies SHOWERS, DOLLY COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: G.A.A. MAJORS: English, Business, Home Economics SHRIVER, ANN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, G.A.A., Junior Tea, Senior Girls MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math SIEWERT, LINDA JEAN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading, G.A.A., Carmenta, National Honor Society, Speech Guild, Student Council MAJORS: English, Math SIITER, MAVIS LYNN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Carmenta, Sen- ior Girls, Junior Tea, G.A.A., French Club, Student Council MAJORS: English, French, Math SIKKENGA, MICHAEL GEORGE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Football, Varsity Club MAJORS: English, Math, Science SILVERS, MARCIA FAYE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Decca, G.A.A., Student Council, Co-op MAJORS: English, French, Social Studies SIRONEN, EDWARD COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Hockey MAJORS: English, Social Studies SKIDMORE, MICHAEL COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Latin, Social Studies, Math SLATER, GEORGE S. 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COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Co-op, Senior Girls, Decca Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies SOLI, MARY ELLEN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Decca Club, Co-op MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business SOMERVILLE, SUE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Senate, Band, Pro- Musica MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math SPARKS, DENNIS LEE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Y,F.C. MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business 235 236 SPEED, CATHERINE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Y-Teeens, Future Home- makers, Senior Girls, G.A.A., Cos- mopolitan Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies SPOELMA, DOUGLAS LEE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Co-op MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business SPOELMAN, PAUL COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies, SPRATT, RICHARD D. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Football, Student Coun- cil, Key Club, Centours MAJORS: English, Social Studies SPYKE, WES F. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Track, Hockey MAJORS: English, Social Studies ST. AMOUR, JO ANN COURSE: Business MAJORS: English SAINT AMOUR, MARY COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Junior Tea, Said 8: Done, G.A.A., Physical Ed. Aid MAJORS: English, Social Studies ST. DENIS, PEGGY ELLEN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir, Little Red Cheerleader Alternate, Senior Girls, Cosmopolitan MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business STARK, CHUCK COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Band, Pro-Musica MAJORS: English, Social Studies STEDMAN, JAMES COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Baseball MAJORS: English, Math STEENDAM, SHARON COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens - President, Car- menta - Vice-President, G.A.A., Na- tional Honor Society, Student Coun- cil, Junior Achievement, Junior Tea, Senior Girls MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science STENHOLM, DARCY LEE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Golf, Junior Achieve- ment MAJORS: English, Math STEVENS, BILL COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Football, Track, Key Club, Varsity Club - Sergeant-at- Arms MAJORS: English, Social Studies STOEL, SUSAN BETH COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Junior Tea, G.A.A., Fu- ture Accountants, Co-op MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business STOREY, MARK E. COURSE: Day Trade ACTIVITIES: Baseball MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Printing STRAIT, PATRICIA COURSE: Business MAJORS: English, Business STROHM, JUNE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Junior Achievement, Latin Club, National Honor Society MAJORS: English, Latin, Social Studies, Math STRONG, TERRY COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Drafting STROUD, DIANA COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Library Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business SUITER, MARY LOU COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: A Cappella MAJORS: English, Business SULLIVAN, GLORIA ANN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Cosmopolitan Club - Sec., Senior Girls, Campus Keyhole, G. A.A., Y-Teens MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business SWANSON, ROBERT COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Band MAJORS: English, Math SWANSON, DAVID COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Library Club and Service MAJORS: English, Social Studies SWIERINGA, MARY JANE COURSE: Business MAJORS: English, Social Studies TAYLOR, MARY L. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Said Sz Done, Future Nurses, Senate, Y-Teens MAJORS: English, Social Studies TAZELAAR, DENNIS H. COURSE: Day Trade MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Industrial Arts TAZELAAR, JOANN E. COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Art TEAGER, CATHIE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: French Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies THOMPSON, BEVERLY COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: G.A.A. MAJORS: English, Social Studies THOMPSON, DAVE A. COURSE: Day Trade ACTIVITIES: Co-op MAJORS: English, Day Trade, Machine Shop TJAPKES, GERALD E. COURSE: Day Trade MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Auto Mechanics TJAPKES, JAMES B. COURSE: Day Trade MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Auto Mechanics TOMAN, EDITH E. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: A Cappella, Booster Club, Y.F,C., Future Teachers MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math TOMASIEWICZ, MARIE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Senate - Sgt.-at-Arms, Synchronized Swimming, Junior Tea, Senior Girls, Student Council MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science TOWNSEND, DALE COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Technical Drafting TOWNSEND, LARRY COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Future Accountants MAJORS: English, Social Studies TRAVIS, PATRICIA ANN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C., Pro-Musica, G.A.A., Future Teachers MAJORS: English, Math TUORI, CHUCK COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Band MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science TYLER, DENNIS H. 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COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Y-Teens, Spanish Club, Pro-Musica, Marching Band, Cherokettes, Student Council, G.A.A., Junior Tea, Future Nurses, Cosmopolitan Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies VISGER, DAVID C. COURSE: Day Trade MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Industrial Arts VOLZ, TERRY LEE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Ski Club, Library Club, Future Nurses, Philosophy Club, Junior Tea, Senior Girls, Student Council, G.A.A., Synchronized Swim- ming, Senior Play MAJORS: English, Math WADE, DIANE K. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Majorettes, Pro-Musica, G.A.A,, Senate - Vice-Pres., Chero- kettes, Secretary of Junior, Senior Class, Prom MAJORS: English, French, Math WAGENMAKER, MARY E. COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Junior Achievement, Co-op, G.A.A. MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business WAGNER, GORDON COURSE: Day Trade ACTIVITIES: Hi-Y, C0-Op MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Day Trade WAHR, MARJORIE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Senate, G.A.A., Latin Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math WAITE, SALLY COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Marching Band, Sym- phonic Band, Pro-Musica, Junior Tea, Senate - Treasurer MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math WALDO, JANICE L. COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens MAJORS: English, Business, Home Economics WALKER, VILIRESSER COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Future Accountants, Junior Achievement, G.A.A. MAJORS: English, Business WALLENSTEIN, MIKE COURSE: Day Trade MAJORS: English, Auto Mechanics WALVOORD, BARBARA JEAN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Senate - Sec., French Club, French Choral, Pro-Musica, Junior Tea, National Honor Society - Treasurer, Marching and Symphonic Band MAJORS: English, French, Social Studies, Math WEAVER, BRUCE A. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Masque, Thespians, Speech Guild, National Forensics, Cosmopolitan Club, Student Council, Campus Keyhole, Radio, Inner School, Philosophy Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Speech WEBBER, BARRY L. COURSE: Business MAJORS: English, Business WEDELL, DAVID ALAN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Said 8: Done MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science WERNER, CARL COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Future Accountants MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business WESTLUND, JEANNE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, A Cappella, Senate, Band, Pro- Mu- sica, Y.F.C., French Club, French Choral WESTERLUND, LOIS J. COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Senate, Y.F.C., G.A.A., Pro-Musica, Band MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business WESTERLUND, LOUISE A. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Senior Class Historian, Booster Club - President, Y.F.C. - President, Senate, Student Council, Band, Orchestra, A Cappella, Pro- Musica MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Music WESTON, TOM COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Ski Club, Hockey Team MAJ ORS: English, Social Studies, Math WIEGAND, MARSHA COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Cosmopolitan Club - Vice-President, Student Council, Y- Teens, Junior Achievement, Senior Girls, G.A.A. MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math WIERENGO, SUE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: French Club, Vice-Pres- ident Sophomore Class, Student Council - Secretary and Representa- tive, Senior High Chorus, A Cap- pella, Sophomore Homecoming At- tendant, Y-Teens, Carmenta - Treas- urer, Junior Tea, Senior Girls MAJORS: English, Math, Music WIITANEN, JAN COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club, G.A.A., Co-op MAJORS: English, Math WILKINS, PAM COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Future Nurses, Booster Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies WILKINSON, LONDON COURSE: General MAJORS: English WILLCUTT, RICHARD PAUL COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Drafting WILLIAMS, EDWARD COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Electricity Club, Track - President MAJORS: English, Math, Art WILLIAMS, SHERI LEE COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Carmenta, Masque, G. A.A., Y-Teens, Ski Club, Junior Tea, Senior Girls, Thespians, Senior Play, Synchronized Swimming MAJORS: English, Math, Science WILSON, LYNDEL COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Said Sz Done, Y-Teens, Senior Girls, National Honor So- ciety, Latin Club MAJORS: English, French, Social Studies, Math WILSON, VICKI ANN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Future Accountants, Co-op, G.A.A., Junior Achievement MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business, Bookkeeping WITHAM, DAVID JOHN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Track MAJORS: English, Industrial Arts WITME R, TOM C. COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Cross Country, Varsity Club, Key Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math WITT, MARTY COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Football, Varsity Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies WOJCIK, JERRY L. COURSE: College Preparatory MAJ ORS: English, Social Studies Math WOODIN, TOM COURSE: Day Trade MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Engineering Drawing WOODRING, GREG COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Track, Cross Country Hi-Y MAJORS: English, Social Studies WOODWARD, RICHARD COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Industrial Arts, Business WORKMAN, DIANNE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Choir, Girls' Choir, F.H.A., G.A.A. MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Business WORKMAN, PATRICH F. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Football MAJORS: English, Business WORKMAN, JOHN HAROLD COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Football, Varsity Club, Key Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math, Science WORKMAN, LARRY A. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Band MAJ ORS: English, Social Studies Math WRIGHT, LARRY COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Ski Club, Band MAJORS: English, Social Studies WRIGHT, LOVIE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Booster Club, G.A.A. MAJORS: English, Business YATES, JACKIE D. COURSE: College Preparatory MAJORS: English, Social Studies YEOMANS, MIKE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Co-op MAJORS: English, Social Studies YOUNG, JERRY COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Football - Mgr., Hockey, Baseball, Varsity Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies, Math YOUNG, THOMAS COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Football, Hockey, Base- ball, Varsity Club MAJORS: English, Social Studies ZEEDYK, CANDACE COURSE: General MAJORS: English, Home Economics ZEMKE, PAUL COURSE: College Preparatory ACTIVITIES: Track MAJORS: English, French, Math ZIETLON, DENNIS J. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Baseball MAJORS: English, Math, Shop 237 AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS


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