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Show Hide text for 1967 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 168 of the 1967 volume: “ I9B7 . ' :, M.E ' .tpyM.lJ.pv, " L ' ;,f a i HI 3 1833 01839 9722 I 111 III iii i2! • Sl s PV t i The Oaks 1967 Muskegon Heights High School Volume Forty-Six Oaks Staff 1967 Joyce Marie Walker Connie Thompson OAKS CO-EDITORS - " m SENIOR EDITORS Marva Klassen Nancy Brown Pat Kolanowski MUSIC AND ART Joyce Purnell AmancJa Green Pat Jackson Morva Davis TYPISTS Jennie Timmer Nancy Brown Joyce Purnell Elaine Povilaitis FACULTY EDITORS Joyce Purnell Barb Morchuk Lynn Johnson Arlene Zarimba UNDERGRAD EDITORS AmancJa Green Pauline Day Deborah Clemmons Vivian jemison ACTIVITIES Vivian Jemison Pauline Day Pat Jackson SPORTS EDITORS Anna Rufus Jim Turner Wait Baker BUSINESS MANAGERS Barb Morchuk Lynn Johnson r jMfe ' j ADVISORS PHOTOGRAPHERS Pauline Day LincJa Cole Anna Rufus EDITORIAL Mr. W. E. Murray ADVERTISING Mr. Leonard Schregordus Contents Preface Oaks Staff for ' 67 Dedication Administration Faculty Seniors Who ' s Who Undergrads Activities Music the Arts Sports Condids Advertisements 1 2 4 6 18 52 54 72 88 100 124 132 Foreword As we of the Class of 1967 prepare to leave our high school days behind, and go into employment or into higher education, we carry with us the theme we chose for this volume of The Oaks: " Spirit. " We would first like to define " Spirit " as pertaining not only to roaring crowds in the bleachers at athletic events, but also to a sincere enthusiasm for whatever we undertake in our school, in our community, and in our pri- vate lives. " Spirit " is honest endeavor in any and all fields. It is also the pride we have in our debate team as well as in our football team; in our student council as well as in our basketball team; in our academic and social life as well as in our athletic records. Spirit is the flame and the inspiration of our personal lives, as well. So, as you leaf through this " chapter " of our experience, we hope you will treasure, along with us, ail of the memories, the hopes, the plans, the dreams which we have tried to capture here. Very simply, " Spirit " , is the enthusiasm, the pride, the feeling of cooperation, and the sincerity of pur- pose which is perhaps best epitomized by the administration, the faculty, and the student body of Muskegon Heights High School. Joyce Marie Walker 1967 Co-editor, The Oaks We Dedicate This Yearbook To Mr. David R. McKenzie We, the Senior Class of 1967, are proud to dedicate this forty-sixth edi- tion of The Oaks to you, Mr. David R. McKenzie. You were born in Coldwater, Michigan, and attended Monroe High School. You received your A.B. Degree in American history from Central Michigan University. At C.M.U. you participated in football, basketball, and track. In 1927 you come to M.H.H.S. and became known as " Coach " , or " Mac " to your many friends. You were coach of our Track and Reserve Foot- ball teams for many years. Your football teams ran up an unequaled record of 131 wins and 35 losses. We Seniors wish you many happy years ahead in which to enjoy the sports and outdoor life we know you have always loved. We congratulate you, Mr. McKenzie, for being such an outstanding example of " Tiger Spirit " . Connie Thompson Co-editor :i " Administration and Faculty Board of Education Here are the people who have the responsibility for directing the affairs of Muskegon Heights Public Schools, including our High School. Seated around the conference table, clockwise, are: Dr. Robert E. Garrison, Mr. Foster O. Bishop (Treasurer), Mrs. Patricia Spellman, Superintendent of Schools Fred E. Strong, Mr. Edwin W. V. Ander- son (President), Mrs. Gertrude A. Mc- Intyre (Secretary), Mr. John L. Terrell, and Mr. Carl W. Hansen. Superintendent Admin Mr. Fred E. Strong Mr. Robert W. Murray Administrative Assistant Mr. James N orris Director of Teacher Personnel rotors Assistant Principa Mr. Leonard Schregardus Secreta ry Secretary Principol Mr. H. A. Kruizenga MRS. ANNA HARVATH MISS SHARON HARTMAN Counseling and Guidance MISS MARY NEEDHAM B.A., M.A. Degrees Kalamazoo College University of Michigan Counselor National Honor Society Adviser MR. TED WESTERN B.S., M.S. Degrees Alabama State College Western Virginia University Civics Secretary MRS. FLORENCE MURRAY B.S. Degree Northern Michigan University Counselor Future Nurses Adviser I .«- ' ' " • -■?« 10 MRS, DORIS GOWELL MR. CHARLES ZORN B.S., M.A. Degrees Central Michigan University Western Michigan University Civics MISS JANE SCHROEDER A.B., M.A. Degrees University of Michigan Counseling, Guidance Student Council Adviser MR. DUANE ANDERSON B.A. Degree Western Michigan Kalamazoo College Spanish Language Club Adviser MR. DAVID ASHENDORF B.A. Degree Michigan State American History American Government Student Council Co-Adviser Freshman Class Adviser MR. EVERETT BIDVIA B.S. Degree Central Michigan University University of Michigan Commercial Golf Coach Faculty 1967 MISS EDDIE BLOW MR. JAMES COBB B.S. Degree A.B., M.A. Degrees Lincoln University Western Michigan University Typing University of Michigan Junior OfFice Training English ■ MISS MAXINE COBB MR. DONALD G. DeWlTT MRS. DOROTHEA DINGLER B.S. Degree A.B., M.A. Degrees B.S. Degree Western Michigan University Hope College North Dakota State University Physical Education University of Michigan Clothing Intramural Sports Director English Booster Club Adviser 11 1 ■■, i «■ ' " ' ■ z ' w . ' - ; ; ■ -.: WC iJH- . TCI . ' ..ix MR. WILLIAM DINGLER B.S. Degree Western Michigan University Woodworking MRS. SALLY ENGEL A.B. Degree Hope College English F.T.A. Adviser MISS LURETHA FORBES B.S. Degree Jackson State College Biology General Science Biology Club Adviser ! ' ■-- 41 Faculty MR. ROBERT FREEMAN B.S. Degree Northern Michigan University Mathematics MRS. DORIS GRIFFITH B.A., R.N. Western Michigan University Henry Ford Hospital English Y-Teen Adviser MR. WAYNE HAMILTON B.S. Degree University of Michigan Western Michigan University Mathematics MRS. RUTH HARMON B.S. Degree Stout State University Home Economics MR. CHARLES HUNT B.S. Degree Jackson State College Machine Shop 12 MR. DONALD KARDUX A.B. Degree Hope College English Speech Debate Junior Class Adviser Drama Adviser MISS KATHRYN KEILLOR A.B., M.F.A. Degrees Western Michigan University Cranbrool Academy of Art Art MISS ELEANOR KIDWELL B.S., M.A. Indiana University Denver University Library Library Staff Adviser 1967 MR. GEORGE LAW B.S. Degree Western Michigan University Mechanical Drawing MR. GENE MARKLEVITS B.S., M.A. Degrees Monkato State College Marching, Concert, Dance Band, Director MR. DAVID McKENZIE A.B. Degree Central Michigan University American History MR. NEIL McPHEE B.S. Degree Social Studies Senior Class Adviser Ski Club Adviser Tennis Coach MR. WILLIAM MURRAY A.B., M.A. Degrees. University of Michigan English Journalism Publications Adviser 13 MR. JAMES PAQUIN A.B. Degree Western Michigan University French Spanish Language Club Adviser MR. ROGER PFUNDT B.S. Degree Western Michigan University Civics Baseball Coach Assistant Freshman Football Coach Freshman Class Adviser MR. GEORGE POYDRAS B.S., M.S.E. Degree Southern University Mathematics Sophomore Class Adviser Faculty MISS KATHRYN REID A.B. Degree Western Michigan University Shorthand Typing Future Secretaries Adviser MR. RAY ROUSSIN B.A., M.A. Michigan State University Reading ' , ; ' , " M ' (W| i:Bf.%ocKsA » MR. LARRY RUEGER B. of M.E. Murray State University Music MR. KENNETH SANDRI B.S. Degree Ferris State College Printing, Day Trade Acorn Printing Adviser MRS. DIANE SCOTT B.A. Degree Western Michigan University English Cheerleading Adviser 14 MR. ROBERT STEVENSON A.B. Degree Michigan State College Economics Civics MR. WINFIELD STUDIER A.B., M.S. Degrees Western Michigan University University of New Hampshire Chemistry Senior Class Adviser MRS. RUTH TAMBLYN B.S. Degree Northern Michigan University Home Economics 1967 MR. DAVID TAYLOR B.S. Degree Ferris State College Business Law General Business Assistant Football Coach Freshman Basketball Coach Varsity Track Coach MR. CHARLES THOMPSON B.A. Degree Sioux Falls College Auto Shop Day Trade MRS. CLARETTA THOMPSON B.S., M.S. Degrees V ' estern Michigan University Bookkeeping, Typing Retail Sales, Recordkeeping Senior Class Adviser MR. J. KENNETH THORNLEY A.B., M.S. Degrees Eastern Michigan University Physics, Mathematics Faculty Athletic Adviser Audio Visual Director MISS MARGARET TWORK B.S. Degree Eastern Michigan University Biology Art Biology Club Adviser 15 MR. LARRY WARD B.S. Degree Western Michigan University World History Civics MR. ROBERT WARREN B.S. Degree Mississippi Valley State College Chicago Teachers College Hampton Institute Northern Michigan University Mathematics MRS. MILDRED WASHINGTON B.S., M.A. Degree Southern University University of Michigan Typing Office Machines Faculty 1967 MRS. WILLA WESTERN B.S. Degree State Teachers College of Alabama English Bookkeeping MR. DONN WESTMAN B.S. Degree Western Michigan University Physical Education Varsity Basketball Coach Cross Country Coach - it% ' ?rr«;:. ' ;i . MISS MRYTLE LOIS WILLIS B.S. Degree Lincoln University Health Education Ninth and Tenth Y-Teens Adviser Freshman Class Adviser MRS. SHIRLEY WISEMAN B.S., M.A. Degrees Bob Jones University Speech Oklian Players and Thespians Adviser Custodians Mrs. Saunders Mr. Pedersen Mr. Lodzinski Mr. Richards Mr. Belcher Chefs Mrs. Wristi Mrs. Baker Student Faculty MR. JAMES SIKKENGA MR. DANIEL NYE MR. JEFFERY AMUNDSEN MR. PAUL PALMER 1 I iiiin.nhiiilAiiunnhuiiiiii 18 SPIRIT a J jlntilllmkllHHi RIDES HIGH IN CLASS OF ' 67 19 Class of 1967 SENIOR OFFICERS 20 Walter Baker, Treasurer; Amanda Green, Secretary; Nancy Brown, Vice-President; Anna Rufus, President CLASS COLORS-BLACK AND GOLD CLASS FLOWER-HAPPINESS ROSE CLASS SONG- " l BELIEVE " CLASS MOTTO-MAY WE, GOD HELPING US, BE PART OF THE ANSWER, NOT FART OF THE PROBLEM. SENIOR CLASS ADVISERS MR. McPHEE MR. STUDIER MRS. THOMPSON 21 LINDA ACKEIN General " Lynn " participated In Ski Club and the style show . . . works at Sally Jon ' s Bakery . . . hobby is sewing . . . likes having fun and nice people . . . dis- likes conceited people and getting up early. Ambition — Interior decorator and decorate her own home. EUGENE ADAMS General " Elbowless " was active in Track and a member of a skating club . . . hob- bies are a " gamer " and skating . . . likes all girls, money, and a good time . . . dislikes school, conceited people, and squares . . . plans to go to col- lege. FRANK JOHN ANDERSON General One of the quieter members of the Senior Class is " Andy " . Cars and hunt- ing take up his spore time . . . likes having a good time and girls . . . dis- likes conceited people and hard work . . . Ambition— undecided. JOSEPH J. AUGUSTUS General ' Joe participated in Reserve and Var- sity Basketball, Cross Country, and is active in church. He enjoys traveling, dancing, and parties . . . dislikes people who brag. Ambition— Draftsman. Class of 1967 WALTER BAKER College " Bake " participated in Reserve and Varsity Football (co-captain). Bond, and the Journalism Staff, Is a member of J. A. and works at a drugstore . . hobbies are listening to jazz and lift- ing weights . . . likes Pat and steak . . . dislikes getting up early and loud girls. Ambition— Psychologist. JOHN BANKS General John was active in Cross Country, Track, Football, and received awards ■ . . hobbies are sports and girls . likes football, track, baseball, and dat- ing .. . dislikes long hours in school. He plans to go to Business School or the Service. DAVID BASCH General " Big Dove " as he is known by his friends, participated in Football. His hobbies ore hunting and fishing . . . likes having fun, money, and lots of friends . . . dislikes being without money, and conceited girls. Ambition- Attend Forestry School. PHONO NZELL BASS General " Coffee " was a member of Choral- iers, A Cappella Choir, participated in Reserve and Varsity Football, Base- ball, and Race Relations . . . member of N.A.A.C.P. . . . hobby is roller skating . . . likes girls and nice cars . . . dislikes conceited people. Plans— to be a success. 22 JAMES BELL General James participated in the Orchestra and Oaklians . . . works at Hackley Hospital ... His hobby is collecting records . . . likes good food, money, and people. He plans on attending Junior College. GAIL BIRD College " Bird " was active in French Club, Drama Club, Ski Club, Student Council, Senior Prom Committee, and was a cheerleader. She attends Vanity Beauty School . . . likes Coke, chocolate, and all boys. Voted " Class Cut-Up " . . . dis- likes people who keep her waiting and washing dishes. Ambition— A good hair- stylist. MATTIE BLAKE College " Little Bit " . . . active in Y-Teens, Intramural Basketball and Volleyball . . . hobbies are reading and col- lecting records . . . likes boys, the color blue, and traveling . . . dislikes conceited people. She plans to be- come a Social V orker. . t FRANK CHARLES BOXER General " Box " participated in Football, Track, and Gymnastics. He works at Hackley Hospital. He lists his hobby as motorcycle riding . . . likes fun, girls, money and hunting. He plans on getting drafted. Graduating Seniors NANCY R. BROWN College " Bit " , voted " Best Dancer " , was active in Spanish Club, Y-Teens, Jour- nalism, Student Council, Senior Class (V.P.), Senior Editor, Junior and Senior Arbor Girl, and Intramural Volleyball . . . hobbies ore skating and dancing . . . likes S.J.H.M. and meeting new people . . . dislikes two-faced people. Ambition— Secretary. CHARLES BRYANT Generol " Chuck " participated in Reserve Football in his sophomore year. Hob- bies ore eating and listening to re- cords . . . likes cars, food, and a cer- tain girl . . . dislikes people who think they ore more than they are. Future plans— to be a success. LYNN BURNS Commercial " Blondie " was a member of Future Secretaries, a Junior and Senior Arbor Girl, and on Co-op. She likes friendly people, the color blue, and animals . . . dislikes people who think they ' re better than everyone else. Future plans —to be a successful secretary. CENELLA BURTON Commercial " Cen " works for the Urban League OS on Assistant Secretary. She partici- pates in the Youth Choir at her church (Sec ' y), Y-Teens, and J. A. . . . likes to be with people and have fun. She en- joys bowling and parties . . . dislikes conceited people and show-offs. Future plans— secretary or office worker. 23 TINA CAMPBELL College Tina was a member of National Honor Society and was a Junior and Senior Arbor Girl. She was active mem- ber of Junior Achievement. Tina likes almost everything, especially dancing and tennis, but dislikes waiting. Future plans— college. DALE CAYO General Dale works at Hockley Hospital. He likes motorcycles and playing the guitar ... he dislikes school . . . Dale plans to go on to college or enter the REBECCA CETON General Becky was a member of Y.F.C. and she has a part-time job at a local flower shop. She likes just about every- thing . . . hobbies are carving wood and sewing. She dislikes homework on holidays and weekends. Future plans — some type of work where she can sew. Class of 1967 WILLIE MAE CHAPMAN General Willie won an award in Intromura Sports and she was a Student Counci Representative. She works in the Coun seling Department of the 4-H Club . . hobbies ore collecting pictures one souvenirs . . . likes to travel and have fun. Future plans— go to college one do some traveling. DEBORAH CLEMMONS College Debbie has particiofed in Drama Club, Language Club, Debate, Student Council, Tri Sigma Honor Society, Ski Club, and the Journalism Staff. She is in J.A. (pres. of her company) and was student director of the All-School Musical. She likes to travel . . . dislikes pork. Future plans— college. 24 RUTH CONLEY General Cute, shy " Lee " is one of the quieter members of our class. Lee sings in her church choir. Her hobbies are dancing and making cloth skeins . . . likes food, money, and a special boy . . . dislikes jive people. Ambition— to be a nurse. LINDA MARIE COLE College Lynn was Freshman Treasurer in hen homeroom, on the Journalism Staff, in Luther League (past Pres.) song in her church choir and participated in Junior Achievement. Likes " just about every- thing, especially Rick " . . . dislikesi homework and snobs. Future plans- go on to college and marry Rick. MOREY COOK General " Cookie " participated in Day Trade and his activities included playing bas- ketball for East Muskegon and Lake Harbor B.C. His hobbies are hunting, cars, and girls . . . likes working on cars and a certain girl . . . dislikes homework and people with big mouths. ELLA COPELAND General Nell took part in Intramural Volleyball and Basketball. Her activities include working with children at Lindbergh School. Nell ' s hobby is sewing . . . likes music, dancing and watching T.V. . . . dislikes people who try to be more than what they are. Future plans- nurse or teacher. KENNETH COPELAND Commercial Roy, as he is known by his friends, participated in Reserve Football and sings in his church choir. His hobby is singing . . . likes girls, food, and having fun . . . dislikes people who are loud and rowdy. Ambition— to be an accountant or business administrator. TIMOTHY CULP, JR. General " June " is a clerk at a local super- market. He lists his hobbies as play- ing pool . . . voted " Class Cut-up " . . . likes hitting the night spots. He dislikes nothing. Future plans— to go Into the Marines. ARTHUR EUGENE DAVIS General There ' s always something going when Bo ' s around. He participated in Glee Club, Reserve and Varsity Bas- ketball and the N.A.A.C.P. Bo lists his interests as basketball and track . . . likes girls (especially Betty) and danc- ing . . . dislikes square people. Ambi- tion—to go college and be a success. Graduating Seniors MARVA JO DAVIS General Friendly " Baby " participated in De- bate and Student Councif, is active in her church choir and sings in a gospel group. Her interests are bike riding, having parties, and boys . . . likes a certain boy, and hamburgers . . . dis- likes snobs. Future plans— to enter J.C. and catch that fellow. PHYLLIS JEANNETTE DAVIS General Fun loving " Flip " was in Y-Teens, Future Nurses, is active in her church choir, and sings in a gospel group. Hobbies ore singing, skating, and danc- ing . . . likes food, clothes and a cer- tain guy . . . dislikes loud conceited people. Ambition— Cosmetologist. EDWARD DAY General Ed participated in Reserve and Var- sity Football. His interests are football and just having fun. He likes football and government . . . dislikes most of his other classes. Future plans— to work for awhile then go into pro-football. PAULINE DAY College Voted " Most Athletic " , " Day-Day " was in F.T.A., Spanish Club, Drama Club, F.N.A., Biology Club, Y-Teens (pres.). Journalism Staff, Intramural Sports, Student Council, and the N.A.A.C.P. Hobby is listening to re- cords . . . likes German Chocolate Cake and boys . . . dislikes conceited people. Ambition— Elementary teacher. 25 FREDRICK MICHAEL DIRHEIMER General " Buddy-buddy " was a Student Council Representative . . . hobby is drag racing. He likes good food, sweet girls, and a good time . . . dislikes Monday mornings, homework, and teachers without a sense of humor. Future plans— automotive field. RAY DOAN General " Dodie, as he is known by his friends, participated in Student Coun- cil and works at a parking lot in Muskegon. His hobbies are hunting and sports. He likes girls, pizza, and cars . . . dislikes snobbish people. He plans to become a state policeman. CALLIE DONSON General Collie participated in Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball, and is an active member of Zion Westside Baptist Church . . . hobbies are roller sakting, dancing, and driving her father ' s Pon- tiac . . . likes a certain guy and going out . . . dislikes gossip. Ambition- Beautician or Ward Helper. EVELYN DYE College Friendly " Ebe " was active in Choir, Choraliers, Intramural Sports, J. A., and tier church choir . . . hobbies are skat- ing, sewing, and reading . . . likes dances, parties, sports, and handsome young men. She dislikes unfriendly people. Future plans— " To make a suc- cess of my life. " Class of 1967 RICHARD LEON DRZEWICKI College " Drez " was in Bond, received a major letter in Cross Country, a letter in Track, was voted Best Citizen in 9th grade and works for a local contract- or. His interests are sports and hunting . . . likes Diane and math . . . dislikes English and Oldsmobiles. Future plans — J.C. and become a teacher. ANDREW DYKSTRA College Friendly Andy works after school ati a local clothing store. His likes are girls, swimming, and goofing around . . . dislikes teachers who assign homework on one day and then col- lect it a week later. His future plans are to ao on to college. JOE ESPINOZA College Joe was active in Spanish Club and Cross Country. He has a part-time job at McDonald ' s ... He lists his likes as working and being with people . . . His future plans ore to go to college or into the service. CHERYL A. FALKOWSKI College Cheryl was active in Concert Choir, Choraliers, ond a member of National Honor Society . . . voted " Class Music- ian. " . . . likes reading, music, and daydreaming. She dislikes shallow-mind- ed people. Ambition— Psychologist. 26 THOMAS EUGENE FARKAS General " Tom Bear " , as he is known, par- ticipated in Football, Golf, and the School Musical. He was voted " Class Artist " and is a member of J. A. . . . hobbies ore painting and cars . . . likes blondes and money. He dislikes conceited people. Ambition — Commer- cial Artist. LOUIS JOE FERGESON Commercial " Ferg " , as he is known, participoted in Cross Country, Track, Reserve Bas- ketball, and was voted " Best Dancer " . He is a member of J. A. and the N.A.A.C.P. . . . hobbies include play- ing records and dancing . . . likes eating and having fun. Ambition — Bookkeeper or accountant. MARY JANE FLASKA Commercial Mary, known to her friends as " Shoe " , has been active in F.S.A. and she was a Junior Arbor Girl. Her hob- bies are collecting records. She lists her likes as pizza and the color blue . . . works of Glendale School. Am- bition—Secretary. DENNIS FORBES College " Dennie " participated in Debate Club, Notional Honor Society, and voted " Most Likely to Succeed " . He works at a local grocery store and he lists his likes as pizza and having fun . . . hobbies ore folk-rock music and science fiction. Future plans— to attend college. Graduating Seniors KAREN JEAN FORD College Karen participated in Choir, Debate, and Intramural Spdrts. She is an or- ganist at her church and is employed at Osteopathic Hospital . . . likes friendly people and Perry . . . dislikes conceited people. Future plans- go to college and become a math teacher or nurse. . 1 1 BETTIE FOSTER General Cute, petite Bettie was active in Drama Club, Student Council, Ooklians, the Sub-Senior Club (Chairman), N.A.A.C.P., and works in a local de- partment store. Her hobby is reading magazines . . . likes the Temptations and a certain young man . . . dislikes conceited people. WILLIAM EDWARD FOWLER College Bill participated in Student Council, was a Jr. Usher, an escort for Home- coming, and in J. A. He has a part-time job . . . likes surfing and summer vaca- tion . . . future plans are to go to college, join the Peace Corps, and teach. FAYE GAINES Commercial " Angel " participated in Girls Glee Club and Concert Choir. She works at Hockley Hospital and is a member of Zion Westside Church . . . likes J.L.B. . . . dislikes people who try to be more than what they ore. Future plans —to get married and become a secre- tary. 27 JOE GALY Commercial Joe participated in Baseball. His main interests and hobbies are cars, girls, sports, and wild parties . . . dislikes stuck-up and conceited people. His future plans ore undecided. MARLA GASTON General , " Pickles " likes horseback riding and large, juicy hamburgers with lots of dill pickles and no onions . . . dislikes sissi- fied boys . . . She plans to earn a lot of money and drive a new cor every year. LUREATHER GAY General " Lou lou " participated in Choir, In- tramural Sports, and Junior Achieve- ment. She sings in her church choir . . . likes Office Machines, sports, and a certain boy . . . dislikes snobs. Future plans— school, get married, and live a happy life. AAAANDA FAYE GREEN College " Sweets " was active in Student Council, Senior Club (Sec ' y) Jr. Arbor Girl, Acorn Exchange Editor . . . voted " Class Artist " and member of the N.A.A.C.P. . . . likes potato chips and squash . . . hobbies ore records and boys . . . dislikes people looking over her shoulders. Ambition— elementary teacher. Class of 1967 TONI ROSALYN GRIFFIN General " Toni Tiger " participated in Y-Teens, Intramural Sports, Girls Glee Club, and she works on the Neighborhood Youth Corp. She likes food, money, and a certain boy . . . dislikes unfriendly people and too much homework. Am- bition—secretary. JENNIE GOLIDY College " Jennifer " participated in Foreign Language Club, Oaklians, and Intra- mural Volleyball. Her hobbies ore sew- ing and talking . . . likes shrimp and a certain boy . . . dislikes conceited people and final exams. Ambition — to be a teacher for vocations in the secretarial field. I SHARON GREEN Commercial Sharon participated in Ski Club and Junior Achievement. Her hobbies are dancing, bowling, and sewing . . . likes pizza and boys . . . dislikes people who think they know it all. Future plans— Business school and work in an office. BARBARA JEAN GUY General " Bobi " participated in Girls Intra- mural Sports . . . She likes Douglas, playing records, and dancing . . . She dislikes no one. Her future plans are undecided. 28 SUSAN AAARIE HARMON College Sue was active in the Senior Ploy, Student Council, Bancj, Ski Club, Jun- ior Class, Cheerleading Captain, o member of National Honor Society, and Homecoming Queen . , . voted " Most Ail-Around " . . . likes music, ice cream, and sports. Future plans- Home Economist. ! LINDA HAYES . Commercial ' Our friendly, nice, and always smil- ' ing Class Flirt is very popular at Heights . . . likes the color blue, clothes, and chili . . . dislikes con- ceited people. She plans to take IBM , training after graduation. AAARGARET ANN HARRIS General " Margie " was a member of Spanish Club and Young Peoples of her church (Sec ' y.) . . • likes meeting people, pizza, and traveling . . . dislikes con- ceited people. Future plans— work and later to college. ROGER HOEKENGA College " Hook " was active In Cross Country and Student Council . . . works at a local store. His hobbies ore hockey, water skiing, and swimming . . . likes friendly people and traveling . . . dis- likes conceited people. His future plans are to go into chemistry. Graduating Seniors CLIFF L. HOFFAAAN General Cliff participated in Auto Day Trade . . . He works at his father ' s car lot . . . enjoys cars, engines, and motor- cycles . . . likes girls with long hair . . . dislikes people who can ' t moke up their minds. Future plans— to be suc- cessful. SHIRLEY LOIS HOFFMAN College " Cocoa " participated in Intramural Sports, TIgerettes, Choraliers, and Re- lations Club . . . likes food, dancing, skating, and a certain boy (R.C.) dis- likes conceited people, advanced alge- bra and history. Future plans — college and become a registered nurse. RALPH HOUSTON Commercial " Hue " , voted " Class Songbird " , par- ticipated in Reserve and Varsity Bas- ketball. He likes sports and a certain girl . . . member of N.A.A.C.P. . . . dislikes homework and stuck-up people . . . hobbies are roller skating and basketball. Future plans— college and later become a singer. DELLA R. HUGHES General " Squaw " participated in Junior Ach ievement and Intramural Sports. She is an usher in church and works with the intermediate school district . . . likes to eat, cook, and sew . . . dislikes medicine. Her hobbles are dancing and skating. Ambition— Cosme- tologist. 29 GEORGE HUGHES General Quiet George likes fixing bikes and playing a guitar ... He has no par- ticular dislikes . . . His future plans are to become a machinist. PAT JACKSON Commercial Pat was active in Student Council, Y-Teens, Intramural Basketball ond Vol- leyball, and Future Nurses . . . also active in her church . . . hobbies are skating, playing records, and sewing . . . likes meeting people and nice clothes . . . dislikes rowdy people. Am- bition—to be successful. PATRICIA ANN JACKSON Commercial ■ ' Patti " was active in Y-Teens (Vice- Pres.), Band (Pres.), Student Council, F.T.A., Intramural Sports, Journalism, Alternate Cheerleader, and Vice-Pres. of Jr. class ... has a part-time job . . . likes reading, good music, and sewing. Ambition— to be successful. THOMAS LEE JACKSON, JR. General " T.J. " participated in Band, Track N.A.A.C.P., Urban League, and South ern Leadership Christian Council . . plays drums with a local quartet . . likes cars, quiet girls, and eating . . dislikes slow cars and fast records Future plans— J. C. and Ferris. Class of 1967 VIVIAN JEMISON General " Biba " participated in Future Nurses, Intramural Sports, Y-Teens, Student Council, and Journalism Staff . . . mem- ber of N.A.A.C.P. and church choir . . . hobbies are skating and dancing . . . likes one certain guy. Future plans- practical nurse. AGNES JOHNSON General " Ann " received awards in Girls Glee Club, member of A Coppello Choir and Choraliers . . . likes good food and nice clothes . . . dislikes having nc money and 8:00 classes . . . hobbies are skating and listening to records. Ambition— " To succeed in whatever may come my way. " BURNIS JOHNSON General Burnis received awards in Woodwork and Machine Shop . . . His hobbies ore working with electricity and playing the guitar . . . likes girls ... He plans to take up some type of technical trade. LYNN JOHNSON College Lynn was very active on the Journal- ism Staff OS Business Manager. She likes horseback riding, pizza, and bas- ketball games . . . dislikes silly people. Ambition— to travel and be a school teacher. 30 PHYLLIS JOHNSON College " Phil " was active in Language Club, Junior Achievement, ancJ church choir (Pres.) . . . likes skating, cjancing, ancJ sev ing (also a special young man) . . . dislikes conceited people. She plans to attend college and become on elementary teacher. SAMUEL M. JOHNSON General Samuel, better known as " Hand- some Sam " , is more often seen than heard. He is interested in cars . . . likes listening to good music and fish- ing . . . dislikes big crowds and rowdy people. His future plan is to be a suc- cess in life. HAROLD KAMMERS General I Harry has a part-time job after school. His hobby is cars ... He lists his likes as just having fun . . . dislikes stuck-up people. He plans to get a job ; after graduation. MELVYN DON KELLEY General Mel played on our Tennis Team for the post three years. He works port time at a gas station . . . hobbies ore working on cars, making model cars. He likes money and girls . . . dislikes big crowds. Ambition— Auto Mechanic. Graduating Seniors PATRICIA KELLEY College Pot was active in F.T.A., Student Council, Booster Club (Treas.), and the ' National Honor Society. Pat was also a Jr. and Sr. Arbor Girl. She dislikes i people who try to be something they aren ' t . . . hobbies are her activities. Ambition— high school mathematics teacher. ROBERT KELLY General " Generous Kelly " was on our Tennis Team for two years. He also partici- pated in J. A. He works at the air- port . . . likes roller skating, going places, and girls . . . dislikes big crowds and girls who smoke. Ambition —Business Administration. MONICA KIRK Commercial Monica was in Y-Teens, works at E. Grace Loftis School, in East Pork Achievers Club, and active in her church . . . hobbies are skating and playing the piano . . . likes music and people with ambition . . . dislikes con- ceited people. Ambition— to be success- ful. SYLVESTER KIRKS Commercial " Sebastian " is on Track and Reserve Football. He is president of the Youth Department General State Baptist Con- vention of Michigan . . . likes pool, basketball, skating, clothes, food and girls . . . dislikes people who talk too much. Future plans— to go to business school. 31 MARVA J. KLASSEN College Marva, voted " Most Congenial " , participated in Booster Club, National Honor Society, F.T.A., Jr. and Sr. Arbor Girl, and on the Journalism Staff. She has a part-time job and is active in the Young Peoples Society of her church. Future plans— elementary teacher. DENNIS KNIAT College Dennis, voted " Best Actor " , was active in Thespians, Oaklions, Dance and Pep Bands, Debate, Senior Class Play, and WKBZ radio program. He likes Sherry and being able to do things at a moment ' s notice. Future plans— to live the best life possible. PATRICIA ANN KOLANOWSKI College Pat was active in F.T.A. (Treas.), Booster Club (Sec ' y.), National Honor Society, Language Club, Library Staff, and a Jr. Arbor Girl . . . voted " Most Likely to Succeed " , Chronicle editor, and WKBZ reporter . . . likes hockey, ice cream, and Spanish. Future plans- teacher. AAARY LANGLOIS General ' Mary is a member of Glee Club. Her interests are swimming, skating, and dancing. She likes Ron . . . dis- likes people who think they are too good. Future plans— to get a job and later get married. TERRY LUCE General Terry likes people, working, and eating out ... His interests are cars and fine food . . . dislikes people who try to be something they aren ' t. His future plan is to marry the most beau- tiful girl in the world. Class of 1967 CLARA MALONE Commercial " Tootle " was active in Y-Teens, In- tramural Sports, and Future Nurses. She also sings in her church choir . . . hobby is working . . . likes Leon, dancing, and eating . . . dislikes nosey people and English. Her future plans are undecided. MARY LOUISE MALLORY Commercial Louise participated in Y-Teens anc, Library Club. Her interests are skating dancing, and eating . . . likes food one a certain young man . . . dislikes con ceited people. Future plans-Secretar iai field. BARBARA A. MARCHUK College Friendly Barb participated in Booster Club (Vice-Pres.), F.T.A. (Vice-Pres.), National Honor Society, Orchestra, Jr. Arbor Girl, on the Journalism Staff and Homecoming Court . . . works in a local store . . . enjoys sewing and sports . . . likes pizza and school spirit. Future plans— college. 32 DAVID MARSH General Dave was active in Youth for Christ and Junior Achievement. His interests are cars, magazines, and sports . . . likes a certain girl named Judi . . . dislikes her driving and mean people. Future plans— marry Judi and live hap- pily forever. BARBARA MARTIN College Barb was active in Future Nurses, Language Club, Choir, Volleyball, church choir, and works in a restaur- ant . . . hobbies include singing, danc- ing, and volleyball . . . likes new cars, sports, and that certain fellow . . . dislikes loud people. Future plans- nursing. OIANE AMSON Commercial ; " Tobie " is interested in medicine, ilewing, and she works on co-op . . . ikes seeing people happy and making ' lew friends . . . dislikes conceited Deople and those who expect a lot for pothing. Future plans— nursing school. lOBfc ilWWI ' ' .-. " ' ■, " " MALLIE AAAYFIELD General Mallie, our Tiger mascot, participat- ed in Oaklions, Y-Teens, Junior Choir (Pres.), taught Sunday School and worked in the office. She loves to cook and sew . . . likes a certain person in the Army . . . dislikes conceited people. Future plans— attend J.C. and join the Waves. Graduating Seniors JERRY McCARTY College ! Jerry, our " Homecoming King " , par- ticipated in Reserve and Varsity Foot- ball and Basketball. He is a member of Language Club and Choir and voted " Most Athletic " . . . enjoys parties and eating . . . dislikes people who think they ' re better than others. Future plans —Special Education Teacher. JOSEPHINE McCRAE General " Jose " was a member of Y-Teens, Chorus, Choir, played volleyball ond after-school sports . . . likes singing, a certain boy, Cadillacs, fme clothes, and boys in general (especially skating with them) . . . dislikes people who think they are cool. Ambition— Register- ed nurse. SOLOMON McDANIEL College " Mack " , as he is known by his friends, participated in Cross Country ... he enjoys basketball and music ... his dislikes are talkative girls and book reports. His future plans are to go to college and study music. GLENN EARL MILLER College " Hap " played Reserve and Varsity Football and Basketball. He is em- ployed at the Muskegon Chronicle . . . likes laughing, having fun, listening to music, and a certain girl . . . dislikes conceited people. Future plans— go on to college and study chemistry. 33 TOM MURPHY College " Murf " was president of his Sopho- more Class and he works at a local gas station . . . hobbies include tinker- ing with motorcycles . . . likes summer sports and a certain girl . . . dislikes rude people. Ambition— to enlist in the Armed Forces. MAGNOLIA ODNEAL College " Red " was active in Language Club, Future Nurses, and Intramural Sports. She also participated in the Hackley Career Project, Assistant Sec ' y- of her church, the Head Start Program . . . hobbies ore singing and volleyball . . . likes children and dislikes easy classes. Ambition— study medicine or teach. KARL OSLUND General Known to his friends as " Fritz " . . . His hobbies include golf and bowling ... He also likes having a good time . . . His future plans are undecided. JAMES PACE General " Bigum " , OS he is known by his friends, participated in Reserve and Varsity Football ... He likes Jimmy S. and Lou R. ... He dislikes dull people. Ambition— to ploy Pro Football. Class of 1967 JULIA V. on Commercial I " Judi " was active in Youth for Chri; and Junior Achievement. She lists he hobbies as Bookkeeping . . . like Dave, housework, and friendly peopi . . . dislikes unfriendly people. Amb tion— marry Dave and go on to college JAMES PASCAVIS College Jim received a Varsity Letter in Base ball and on Honor Award is Me chanical Drawing . . . active in St Club and he works at Osteopathic Ho: pital . . . hobbies ore working on car and surfing . . . likes Jan and wind fall days. Ambition— Mechanical Er gineer. SHERIE LEE PATTERSON General " Granny Buzzard " was active In Drama Club, National Thespians, and Debate . . . likes food, music and fun . . . dislikes getting beat at pool, tennis, and basketball by a certain girl. Ambition— " to be famous for my stories and work in the theater. " ARLENE PENN General Arlene is in Language Club and sings in her church choir . . . likes playing the piano and organ . . . dislikes peo- ple who aren ' t themselves. Future plans —Elkhart University to become a Medi- cal Secretary or Dental Technician. 34 EVERETT RICHARD PIMPLETON General Richard was a drummer in the Band, and participated in Reserve and Var- sity Football, and Track . . . main in- terest is drawing . . . likes ood, people, sports, and music . . . dislikes nothing. Future plans— Commercial artist. ■ CAROL PLICHTA ! ' Commercial Cute and sweet describes Carol. She was a Junior Arbor Girl and Senior ) Alternate and a graduate of Daniels Beauty School . . . likes pizza, being ■ with friends, and Pete . . . dislikes hov- ' ing nothing to do. Future plans— Beau- tician. PHILLIP PITTAAAN General " Pit " was our popular Drum Major for three years. He also participated in Track and voted " Class Musician " . . . likes cars, a certain girl, and fried chicken . . . dislikes noisy crowds and conceited people. Future plans— go to college and be happy. BOBBY POLARD General " Pud " , has a job after school and he is interested in skating and danc- ing ... He also likes to play basket- ball and study English ... no dislikes. Future plans— join the Air Force and learn a trade. Graduating Seniors JOE POPELAR Gen eral . Joe works at a local gas station. I His hobbies ore guns and cars . . . likes girls with long hair . . . dislikes people who think they ' re better than others ... Future plans— college. ELAINE POVILAITIS Commercial Elaine was active in F.T.A., Oak- lians, Thespians, Band, Journalism Staff, Senior Class Ploy, voted " Best Actor " , and she was also a Sr. Arbor Girl . . . likes being with people, hav- ing fun, and seeing new places . . . dislikes nothing. Future plans— elemen- tary teacher. JOYCE PURNELL Commercial Full of fun best describes " Mouse " . She participated in Y-Teens, Tigerettes, a Coppello Choir (Treos.), and typist and Faculty Editor of the Oaks . . . likes Don, food, and neatness . . . dis- likes conceited people and show-offs. Ambition— I. B.M. Operator. GENEVA ROBINSON General " Kemp " as she is known by her friends, was active in Future Nurses. Her outside activities include roller skating . . . likes Lorry and good food . . . dislikes foolish people who lie. Ambition— nurse. 35 JAMES J. RUBOYIANES College " Rube " was the president of Student Council, and Co-Editor of the Acorn. He participated in Bond, Choir, and Junior Rotarians. He was a Jr. Usher and on the Homecoming Court . . . likes girls, dating, and dancing . . . dislikes gossips. Future plans— business administrator. CHARLIE SARGENT General " Chuck " , who works at a local super- market, is interested in football, bas- ketball, fishing, and girls. He lists his likes as reading, clothes, and cars ... His dislikes ore fighting, loud people, and conceited people. Future plans— get a job. ANNA BELL RUFUS College Full of fun and laughs describes " Ann " , active in Y-Teens, Student Coun- cil (VIce-Pres.), Chronicle School Page Editor, Senior Class Pres., and church choir . . . likes boys and pizza . . . dislikes conceited people. Ambition- Physical Education teacher. PETE SAUER General Nice and quiet describes Pete wh( was active in Reserve Football and hi received his Varsity Letter . . . hobbie include outside sports . . . likes nic( cars and dislikes loud girls. Future plans— Navy. PHYLLIS SCANLON General Friendly " Phyll " works at a local bakery . . . She likes being with people and sharp clothes . . . hobby is sew- ing. Dislikes people who pretend to be something other than what they are. Future plans— to marry George. Class of 1967 CHARLES SCHALK General " Squirrel " , as he is called by his friends, likes Judy and money. He dis- likes conceited people ... His hobbies are Judy and playing pool. His ambi- tion is to get a iob and marry a certain girl. I MARVELLA SCOTT General Always into something is " Marve " . She is active in Y-Teens, Student Coun- cil, and Intramural Sports . . . likes a certain boy . . . dislikes self-centered people. Future plans— Executive Secre- tary. JO ANN SETTLE General Nice, quiet Jo participated In Girls Intramural Sports . . . Her hobby is model cars. She dislikes people with big mouths . . . Her future plans in- clude getting a job after graduation and getting a new car. ' (■ H ' MX-i: J ..j-i i ?. 36 ROBERT DALE SIX General Bob participated in Drama Club, the Senior Play, and he played on the Varsity Football Team . . . His inter- ests ore cooking and fishing . . . He likes good food. His future plans are to go into the service. DAVE SKIBBEE General " Skib " participated in Day Trade. He played basketball for his church. His interests are cars, boats, and ski- ing . . . likes girls, cars, and pizza . . . dislikes motorbikes. Ambition— to become a mechanic or bodyman. GLORIA JEAN SMITH General " Goldie " participated in Intramural Volleyball and Basketball. She is a member of N.A.A.C.P. and she works at the city hall . . . hobbies are listen- ing to jazz and basketball games . . . likes Timothy. Future plans— to become o beauty college instructor. JANET SMITH College Jan participated in Drama Club and J. A. She was a model for a local department store fashion board and now is employed at Neisner Bros. . . . likes pizza and economics. Future plans —to do something in a way that will benefit others. Graduating Seniors VONDA JO SMITH General " Kaye " participated in Intramural Sports, Art Club, Oaklions, and Library Club . . . hobbies are playing records and art work . . . likes meeting new people and Mickey. She dislikes un- friendly people and large crowds. Am- bition-artist. ;? feSJ JOYCE ELAINE SPENCER Commercial Joyce participated in Band, Y-Teens, and Solo and Ensemble. Her interests are playing the piano, skating, danc- ing, and eating. She likes to listen to records and dislikes people who gos- sip. Ambition— office worker. NANCY STONG Commercial " Nance " lists her hobbies as horse- back riding and traveling. She likes a certain boy and easy teachers . . . dis- likes people who think they ' re some- thing they aren ' t. Her future plans ore to work after graduation and become a housewife. RON SWANSON General " Huey " participated in Baseball and he also received his letter. His hobbies ore hunting and fishing. He lists his likes as Barb and money . . . dislikes conceited people ... His future plans ore to marry Barb. 37 CHARLOTTE SZYA ANSKI Commercial Charlotte participated in Ski Club and she lists her interests as dancing and boys . . . She likes to eat and go to the beach in the summer . . . dis- likes people who are always late and loud mouths. Ambition— to become a secretary. JEAN TAR.AK Commercial Jean participated in Choir, Chora- liers, and her church choir . . . voted " Class Songbird " . . . likes having a good time and meeting interesting people . . . dislikes people who think they know it all. Ambition— take I.B.M. tr aining and travel. ROBERT TAYLOR General ' Butch " , whose hobbies are reading and talking with interesting people, likes parties, dancing, pool, and B.A.J. . . . dislikes people who talk and gig- gle all the time, and old cars. Future plans— attend J.C. CALVIN THOMAS General " Al Capp " , OS he is called, partici- pated in Band and Cross Country. He likes fast cars, skating, listening to records and racing . . . voted " Most Bashful " . . . dislikes crowds and loud people. Ambition— Automotive technol- ogist or mechanic. Class of 1967 MINOR THOMAS College " Pedro " participated in Varsity Foot- ball Track and Basketball . . . likes girls and sports . . . dislikes girls who smoke. He is interested in elections and is a Sunday School teacher. He plans to go on to college. SANDRA FAYE TERRELL Commercial Sandra participated in Y-Teens Junior Achievement, and Intromuro Volleyball . . . likes listening to re cords, meeting nice boys, peach cob bier, and football games . . . dislike; loud people. Ambition— to be o success. LAWRENCE LAMONT THOAAAS General " Luwegee " lists his interests as hunt- ing, fishing, and swimming. His likes include girls, cars, food, and parties . . . dislikes loud people. Future plans —undecided. CONSTANCE THOMPSON College " Good Looking " Connie was our Foreign Exchange Student to Argen- tina, active in Student Council (past V.P.), Cheerleaders (Co-Copt.), Debate, Forensic winner, Jr. Arbor Girl, Oaks Editor, and Homecoming Court . . . likes people who smile and a certain guy. Future plans— undecided. 38 JAMES CURTIS TURNER College Jim participated in Reserve and Var- sity Basketball, Cross Country, and he was Co-Editor of Sports in the Oaks and Acorn . . . likes food, cars, and girls ... He dislikes conceited people. His future plans are to go on to col- lege. GENE VALUE General Full of fun describes " Angel " . He works at a local bakery . . . likes a certain girl from Muskegon . . . dis- likes snobs. His hobbies ore playing pool and music. Ambition— a world of work. TOM VANDERWEST College Tom was active in Reserve Football and Varsity Baseball . . . likes just hav- ing fun and sports . . . dislikes students who are teachers pets. His hobbies are fishing and swimming. Ambition — gym teacher and coach. JACQUELYN VAUTERS General " Jackie " participated in Y-Teens, and Intramural Basketball and Volley- ball . . . likes dancing, sewing, and having a good time . . . She dislikes two-faced people. Ambition— I. B.M. operator. Graduating Seniors ADOLPH VINES General " Dick " was in Football and Basket- ball. He received an award in Foot- ball and a Varsity Letter . . . likes girls, fishing, records, and basketball . . . dislikes girls that smoke and loud people. Ambition— J. C. BRENDA WALKER Commercial " Bren " was active in Future Nurses, Y-Teens, Library, and Volleyball . . . member of N.A.A.C.P. and Junior Choir . . . hobbies are skating, danc- ing, and having a good time . . . likes J.J.S.D. . . . dislikes conceited people and potato salad. Ambition— I. B.M. Operator. JOYCE AAARIE WALKER College " Jo " was Pres. of Language Club, Sec ' y. of Sophomore Class, Varsity Cheerleader, Student Council, Jr. and Sr. Arbor Girl, Foreign Exchange Student, and Co-Editor of the Oaks . . . likes Ray, Daddy, and pizza . . . dislikes dishwashing. Ambition— to al- ways be happy. LINDA ANN WALKER Commercial " Lin " participated in Y-Teens, Fu- ture Nurses, Library, and Volleyball . . . likes friendly people and those who wont to make something of them- selves . . . dislikes show-offs and con- ceited people. Ambition— to be an ac- countant. 39 BONNIE MARIE WATSON Commercial " Bonnie Sue " was active in Y-Teens, Library, and N.A.A.C.P. Her hobby Is reading . . . likes pizza, a special fel- low, and Mustangs . . . dislikes people who think they ' re better than others, crowds, and anyone without a smile. Future plans— to travel. STEVEN WEAVER General " Weave " was active in Band, Y.F.C., and Senior Class play . . . interests ore cars and horseback riding . . . likes skating, pizza, and pop. He dislikes conceited people. Steve plans to make the Army his career. DARLENE WATSON Commercial " Doll " participated in Y-Teens, J.A., and Intramural Sports . . . hobbies in- clude sewing and cooking . . . likes James and reading. She dislikes con- ceited people. She plans to go to business school and hopes to be a good wife. BARBARA WEBB Commercial Barb was a Jr. and Sr. Arbor Girl, active in Oaklians, Y-Teens, Choir, In- tramural Sports, and N.A.A.C.P. . . . hobbies ore dancing and skating . . . likes fried chicken and French bread . . . dislikes loud people. Ambition- elementary teacher and learn to cook. Class of 1967 JUDY ANN WENTZLOFF Commercial " Jutsi " participated in Gymnastics and Share the Fare committee . . . member of J.A. . . . hobbies are out- door sports . . . likes Jim and taking long walks but dislikes snobbish people. Ambition— secretary and marry Jim . BRENDA JOYCE WILLIAMS General Brendo was active in Student Coun- cil, F.T.A., and Young People of her church (Assistant Sec ' y- ' • ■ • likes sharp clothes, Buick Wildcats, and friendly people . . . dislikes conceited people. She plans to travel, become a nurse, and get married (soon). CURTIS ANDREW WILLIAMS Commercial " Poncho " was active in Student Council and Reserve Football . . . mem- ber of N.A.A.C.P. . . . voted " Class Flirt " . . . lists roller skating and eating as his hobbies. He likes girls (tall AND short) . . . dislikes homework and rowdy people. Ambition— business ad- ministration. DENNIS WILLIAMS College Dennis participated in Reserve and Varsity Football and Track . . . YMCA member . . . likes good food, having fun, and a certain girl . . . dislikes people who gossip. Future plans— col- lege and a career as an electronics en- gineer. 40 FRANK WILLIAMS College " Paco " played Reserve and Varsity Football and is a member of N.A.A.C.P. . . . hobbies include listening to jazz, eating, and looking at pretty girls . . . dislikes conceited people and girls who talk too much. Future plans- Pharmacist and be a success. GWENDOLYN WILLIAMS General Owen participated in Y-Teens and Student Council. She works port-time at the unemployment ofFice . . . hobbies are sewing, skating, and eating . . . likes boys and meeting new people . . . dislikes people who think they ' re more than they are. Future plans— un- decided. THELMA WRIGHT College " Peaches " was active in Student Council, Volleyball, N.A.A.C.P. Youth Council, Assoc, for Teens, and M.H. Community Center. She came to Heights from Reeths Puffer where she was ac- tive in sports . . . likes one outstand- ing boy. Future plans— Professional Sec- retary. KENNETH NILES YOUNG College " Casey " , active in Cross Country, Basketball (Reserve and Varsity), and Baseball . . . voted Most Valuable Player on the 1966 Baseball Team, was Valley Coast Conference All-Star Short- stop . . . likes girls, dancing, and roller sJ ating . . . dislikes jealous people. Future plans— college. Graduating Seniors PAUL YOUNG College Paul won a major letter in Baseball, and he played hockey at the Arena. During the summer he was employed at a local department store. He likes humor and sports . . . dislikes stuck-up people. Future plans— go to J.C., then become a teacher. ARLENE ZARIMBA College Active Arlene was Pres. of F.TA. and Booster Club, member of National Honor Society, Co-Editor of Acorn, Faculty Editor of Oaks, Student Coun- cil, Language Club, Debate, Jr. and Sr. Arbor Girl . . . likes having fun. Future plans— elementary teacher. 41 GLENN AUBREY General " Hush " was active in Reserve and Varsity Basketball, Baseball, and A Cappella Choir . . . hobby is roller skating . . . likes money and girls . . . dislikes stuck-up people . . . future plan is to inherit a lot of money. BARBARA ANN BLACKSHIRE Commercial " Barb " was on the Literary Staff and works at East Park School, active in church, and a member of the Mich- igan State Choir. Her interests are trav- eling and meeting people . . . likes her secretarial courses and going to cht ' rch . . . dislikes school. Ambition — Machine Operator. JOHNNIE BROWN General " Honey " was active on the Oaks and Acorn staff lost year ... His hobbies are basketball, golf, and girls ... He likes sleeping, money, girls, and fancy clothes. Ambition— to become a success- ful attorney. JAMES WILLIE BRYANT JR. General " Shakey Joke " participated in the Glee Club and was active in N.A.A.C.P. . . . His hobby is working jigsaw puz- zles . . . likes " groggin " , Barbara, and dancing . . . dislikes liars. Ambi- tion—to be successful. Class of 1967 GENTRY BUNTS General " G.B. " song in her church choir and she won awards in speech class. She likes boys, clothes, and money. She dislikes self-centered or loud people . . . hobbies ore dancing, making clothes, and traveling. She plans to go to Brockton Institute for I.B.M. training. BERNICE CARSON General . " Bonnie " is a member of her church choir. She likes boys, but especially one. She makes clothes ond enjoys skiing, dancing, and records . . . dis- likes jive people. Bernice plans to be a nurse. DAVID CLEMMONS General " Clem " come to Heights from Los Angeles where he was manager of the Football Team. His interests are model cars . . . likes hamburgers, T.V., and sundaes ... his dislike Is girls. Future plans— Air Force and later become a teacher. DENISE L. ELWELL General " Dee " likes all boys, pizza, potato chips, Pepsi, history, and civics classes . . . dislikes English and math class- es and girls who think they are better than others. Future plans— graduate and lead a happy life. 42 WESLEY EVANS General " Wes " received serve Football and Varsity Basketball N.A.A.C.P. and an award in Re- he participated in member of Lindberg Youth Achievement. His hobbles are football and basketball . . . likes money, clothes, and a certain girl. Future plans— Air Force. DAVID GOLIDY, JR. General " Gene " lists his hobby as bowling ... He also likes basketball and music and would like to be successful in life. Future plans— to go on to col- lege. JOE GORDON General " J " participated in Varsity Football and a youth organization . . . likes B.C. . . . dislikes girls that ore fat. His hobbies are hunting and fishing. Ambi- tion— to become a success in life. LLOYD WAYNE GRIMMETT General " Grimm " participated in Track, N.A.A.C.P., and he works after school . . . likes sports, girls, and T-Birds . . . dislikes loud things and people who think they know everything. Ambition— to become a great man. Graduating Seniors JESSIE L. HARRIS General " Pete " was active in J. A. . . . works part time and attends a local church. He likes girls and friendly people . . . hobbies ore boating, fishing, and bowling . . . dislikes conceited people. Future plans— to become a success in drafting. WALTER EDWARD HARRIS General " Big Walt " participoted in Boys Glee Club for two years and he is a mem- ber of N.A.A.C.P. His hobbies ore dancing and skating . . . likes money, cars, and a certain girl . . . dislikes rowdy people. Future plans- to become a success in life. GWEN HARRISON General Gwen is active in Future Nurses. She likes a boy named Trooper, nice people, sports and dancing. Gwen dis- likes stuck-up people. Her future plans include finding a job. MICHAEL JOHNSON General Michael " The Lover " , as he is known by his friends, was active in Track . . . He lists his likes as girls, eating, and bowling ... He dislikes funny acting girls . . . His future plan is to be an artist. 43 MARTEU JONES Commercial " Jim " played on our Reserve Bas- ketball Team and he also was in Student Council ... He likes football, basketball, good food, and a very spec- ial girl . . . dislikes homework and people that show off. JOYCE KROEMER Commercial Joyce was a Jr. Arbor Girl and an escort for Homecoming. She works at Daniels Hoirstyling Academy . . . hob- bies are sports, sewing, and painting . . . dislikes pushy little undergrods. Future plans— get married and go to work. BRADLEY LLOYD College Bradley participated In Student Council. He was new to Heights last year but at his former school he help- ed organize a talent show and a biology experiment . . . participated in Upward Bound Program . . . hobbies ore reading and art. Future plans- electronical engineer. JAMES MARTIN General " Seed " has a job after school. His interests are dancing, talking to girls, and playing football. He likes football and basketball . . . dislikes nobody. Future plans— to go on to college and become a football player. Class of 1967 MARLENE MILLER General Marlene enjoys roller skating, bad- minton, and all kinds of music . . . her dislikes are conceited people and people who don ' t mind their own busi- ness. Future plans— get a job, save money, and later get married. SYLVIA MILLER General Sylvia is an active member of her church and she enjoys dancing and ; cooking . . . She likes nice clothes and , Frank . . . dislikes stuck-up people. Her future plans are to go on to Business School. IBERBIL O ' DNEAL General Nice but quiet describes Iberbil. He received first place in wood work in his Junior year ... his hobbies include playing basketball . . . likes girls, re- cords, and money . . . dislikes big crowds and loud people. Ambition— to become a tool ond die maker. NATHANIEL POTTS General " Mr. Wonderful " plays basketball and football outside of school ... in- terests are roller skating, dancing, and singing with the " Four Caps " . . . likes a girl named Gerri, cars, and nice clothes . . . dislikes washing dishes. Fu- ture plans— undecided. 44 SAMUEL SHANNON General " Ruth " lists his hobbies as hunting and cars ... He lilies a certain girl . . . His only cJislikes are coconut and people who talk too much . . . Future plans are undecided. GERALD SMITH College " Jerry " is a member of M.Y.F, in his church and he works at a local store . . . likes to sleep late. His hobbies are hunting, fishing, baseball, and basketball . . . dislikes school. Fu- ture plans— college. GLEN STEWART General Glen played Reserve and Varsity Football. He likes parties, money, and just having a good time . . . dislikes homework and conceited people. His future plan is to learn a trade and suc- ceed in it. SYLVIA WAITERS General " Boochie " , as she is known by her friends, enjoys skating and dancing . . . likes boys, food, and going out . . . She dislikes conceited people. Fu- ture plans— get married and find a job. Graduating Seniors MARY ELLEN WILKINS College " Mew " works at Mills Ice Cream hobbies include music and . . likes pizza, money, and . dislikes skirts that ore too short. Her future plans include work- ing for two years and then getting married. Store . . swimming her job . JOE WILLIAMS Commercial " JoJo " lists his hobby as borbering. He likes girls (especially Faye), money, roller skating, and music. He dislikes unfriendly people ... His future plans ore to become an accountant. 45 SENIOR HONOR STUDENTS firar . f .■; ■•S«Si« iu2fi? ?;:««ii - Dennis Forbes UPPER THIRD Patricia Kolcnowski 1. Dennis Forbes 2. Patricia Kolanowski 3. Patricia Kelley 4. Marva Klassen Ariene Zarimba 6. Susan Harmon 7. James Ruboyianes 8. Cheryl Falkowski 9. Barbara Marchuk 10. Tina Campbell Susan Harmon D.A.R. Best Citizen 11. Cliff HofFman 30. Thomas Farkas 12. Joyce Walker 31. Amanda Green 13. Connie Thompson 32. Evelyn Dye 14. Nancy Brown Andrew Dykstra 15. Lynn Burns 34. James Pascavis 16. Elaine Povilaitis 35. Mary Flaska 17. Roger Hoekenga 36. Monica Kirk 18. Joyce Kroemer Iberbill Odneal 19. Carol Plichta James Turner 20. Barbara Webb 39. Bradley Lloyd 21. Thomas Murphy 40. Glenn Miller 22. William Fowler 41. Maxine O ' Neii 23. Magnolia Odneal 42. Sharon Green 24. Deborah Clemmons 43. Gail Bird 25. Lynn Johnson 44. Morey Cook 26. Burnis Johnson 45. Joe Espinoza 27. Richard Drzewicki Mary Wilkins 28. Nancy Strong 47. Maria Gaston 29. David Basch Charlie Sargent 49. Karen Ford 50. Shirley Hoffman 51. Harold Kammers 52. Jean Tarak 53. Phyllis Scanlon 54. Linda Hayes 55. David Skibbe 56. Louis Fergerson Calvin Thomas 57. Agnes Johnson Diane Mason 59. Kenneth Young 60. Toni Griffin 61. Jacqueline Vauters 62. John Banks Cenellar Burton Anna Rufus Thomas Vanderwest 46 jJyj.J.icji BELIEVE " Drake-Gra ham -Still man -Shir 1 I believe for every drop of rain that falls, A flower grows. I believe that somewhere in the darkest night, A candle glows. I believe for everyone who goes astray. Someone will come to show the way. I believe, I believe. I believe above the stars the smallest prayer Can still be heard. believe that someone in the great somewhere Hears every word. Every time I hear a newborn baby cry. Or touch a leaf. Or see the sky. Then I know why I believe. Every time I hear a newborn baby cry. Or touch a leaf. Or see the sky. Then I know why I believe. 47 ' I told you skipping was fun. " " The Mod Look " " Well!!!!!! " " Which button do I push? " - ' • « • • « • • - • ' - •i . be-» " Where ' s Prince Charming? " " He strikes again! " (again??) 48 " I AM the greatest!! " ■Bs m i " We have plenty more to sell " ' I still don ' t think blondes have more fun! " " A profit! ' " Well think we ' ve waited long enough! " " Four legs are better than two! " ' Glamour Girls " " Page 3? Where ' s page 3? " 49 Senior 50 Autographs MOST CONGENIAL Marva Klassen Roger Hoekenga MOST BASHFUL Lynn Johnson Calvin Thomas CLASS FLIRTS Linda Hayes Curtis Williams r K 1 ■ r 1 H % ' ' . V!: ' -r ' 1 BEST DANCERS Louis Fergerson Nancy Brown CLASS CUT-UPS Gail Bird Tim Culp MOST ATHLETIC Pauline Day Jerry McCarty Who ' Who CUTEST COUPLE Pat Jackson Waiter Baker MOST ALL-AROUND Sue Harmon Jim Ruboyianes fo 1967 BEST ACTORS Dennis Kniat Elaine Povilaitis CLASS ARTIST Tom Farkas Amanda Green M05T-LIKELY-T0-SUCCEED Pot Kolanowski Dennis Forbes CLASS SONGBIRDS Jean Tarak Ralph Houston BEST LOOKING Connie Thompson Ken Copeiand CLASS MUSICIANS Tom Jackson Cheryl Falkowski Phil Piftman Futures 56 Rosemary Briggs Jane Broadbent Deborah Brott Lawrence Brown Mary Brown Bobbie Burch Gwendolyn Burks Lynda Burns Roy Burton Johnnie Butts Peggy Campbell Ofelia Casarez Nancy Gates Troy Chappel Shirley Chatman Rhonda Christian Valerie Clawson Randy Colquitt Jerry Cook Susan Cook Billy Copeland Jeannette Copeland Milton Copeland Betty Courtney Ernestine Cox Melvin Cross Asaline Culver Linda Davis Darlene DeHudy Douglas DeJonge Curtis DeLano Cathy Deuster Carol Dickert JoAnn Dirheimer Bernard Duff Paul Duff Mary Duncan Frances Durham John Dye Mary Elliott Michael Espinoza Marcia Essenberg Maxine Adams Deborah Alcorn Donald Anderson Rhonda Anderson Gerald Andre Michael Augustus Sheila Baldwin William Basch Linda Bigelow Frank Blockmer Judith Bordeau James Bothwell Rosie Bourne Darrell Boyd Carol Brauer John Brauer Lf.l Juniors 3 P. f rf - • :. ' •ihW Mk fill f £j$f f £f £ Henry Faltinowski Marilyn Fife Sven Fiskars Robert Fowler Vickie Gaunt Phillip Gebhart Kathy Geeting C. B. Gordon Spencer Graham Florene Grisham Willie Grissom William G. Gzym May C. Harden Linda Harris Nell Harris Robert Harris Class of 1968 f £1 llf J 9 fi J 9 Thelma Harris Gloria Hayes Nathaniel Hines Cathy HIadki Gail Howell Joe Hughes Houston Hughey Aleotha Hunt Paulette Hunt Daren Hurd Gloria Jackson Jeonette Jackson Lawrence James Clarence Johnson David Johnson Evelyn Johnson Gerald Johnson Mary Johnson Bonita Jordan Jerry Kammers Angella Keener Laurie Kestelcot Steve Kidd Steve Kilgres Darrell King Steve Koziok Barbara Kroemer Brenda Kyser Janet LaBash Linda Lance Phil Langlois Ann Lewis Wayne Lewis Richard Locke Burnedette London Peggy Madison Mary Mallard Preston Martin Ben Mays Sam McDanieles John McGee Darlinda Minott 57 Geneva Moore Carolyn Mortenson Mary Moss Lawerence Myles Russell Neal Tondaloyo Nickson Vicki Norkus Dennis O ' Brien Robert Oldt Sondro Opiinger Donald Oslund Carrie Pace Danny Pacyga Willie Paige Andrew Parham Celestine Parker Juniors 58 Vincent Parker Edward Parrit Phyllis Peppier David Peterson Pamela Pierce Marvin Poland Juanita Ranson Orlando Riley Morris Robertson David Rodgers Doris Rone Gladys Ross Dale Rutkowski Elease Savage James Scaife Barbara Schultz James Selmon Eloise Sharp Steve Shephard Roger Schmidt Ella Sims Barbara Sipos Michael Six Betty Smith Brenda Smith Gail Smith John Smith Raymond Smith Willie Smith Linda Spears Vongie Spiers Ron Staple Robert Steele Paul Sternburgh Priscilla Stevens 11 O. 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Stewart Sheryl Suchovski Norma Sukup Debby Swift Christine Taylor Thelma Thatcher Joyce Thomas Mark Thomas Mary Thomas Herschel Turner Jacquelyn VanKekeri Glenda Vines Sandra Vitek Jake Wobinato Billy Walker Sharon Walker Class of 1968 Barbara Wallace Robert Wonston Jeanne Warner Roger Warner Edward Wosiura Georgia Watson Velmo Watson Karen Weaver Robert Whitlow Darryl Williams Donald Williams Fannie Williams Pam Wilson Stephen Wiorol Calvin Woods Arthur Wright David Zockery 59 Neldo Bruce Terry Cook Shirley Ezell Greg Gerrans Dennis Glover Johnny Harris Willie Harris Donna Hayes Charles Jackson John Jones Angela Keener Darrell King Ann Lewis Jim Neiser Ted Overstreet Pam Pedler Clyde Pennington Johnny Sergent Loretta Sargent Delores Suenqler Mary Ann Thomas William Tyler Deborah Vernor Juniors s f t The advisers are n Mrs. Shirley Wisema n Mr. Donald Kardux 60 Sophomores ADVISORS Jackie Pellegram PresidenI Jean Hughes Vice-President Betty Wright Secretary Willie Paschal Treasurer MRS. D. SCOTT MR. G. P OYDRAS kki. l£ Jit Cathy Ackerberg Gracie Allen Jesse Alviar Charles Anderson Ellen Ashford Robert Atkins Otis Autman Jim Bailey Velmorie Banks Ronnie Bass Barbara Baxter James Beasley Chuck Berghuis Larry Bird Dole Blackmer Janice Blackshire George Blanchette Mark Blevins Bradley Borgerson Terry Borer Pat Bothwell Dennis Boyd Shirley Brooks Rosie Brown Sandra Brown William Bullis Lari Bunts Penny Burns Russel Burns Susan Carr Joslyn Carruthers James Cavendar Gary Cayo Linda Cecot James Cochran 61 Jerry Cooper Pat Cooper Kathy Covington Betty Cox Dwight Cummings Sandra Davenport Leon Day Bernard Deloach Loretta Draughn Linda Dumont James Dye Darnell Earley Joyce Ellis Peggy Evans Thomas Evans Rebecca Ezell Mark Faltinowaski Retha Furgerson Denise Fisher Jessie Franklin Denise Godson Tena Gay Linda Gebhart Jerry Golidy Carolyn Graham Brenda Green JoAnn Green John Green Ron Greer Paul Griffith Robert Grishom Mike Gzym May Harden Walter Hardy Alan Harrington k-.iii.-,iJ iJk.. JL M A Class of 62 Edward Harris Mary Harris William Harris Nolo Hayes Merle Healy Janice Hegbloom Mary Helms Phillip Hershey Willie Hicks Jeanette Hills Jerry Hill Louise Hill Paula Hines Wanda Hoover Odessa Houston Kathleen Huffman Gail Hughes Jean Hughes Susan Hulsebos Frances Jackson Robert L. Jackson Robert T. Jackson Flora Jacobson Larry Jamison Vickie Jibson Carolyn Johnson James Johnson Lorraine Johnson Alleon Jones Derrick Jones Helen Jordon Debra Kelly Dennis Kelly Jackie Kennedy Gloria King £ t © 51 Jl 6 © k lim :4lh.. f 1969 H £t Tommy Kirk Marilyn Klassen Jeannie Lamb Pierre Lamoreaux Lillian LaRose James Latin Margaret Lewis Pat Lewis Sharon Locke Eugene Long Mildred Lyons Joyce Marble Chris Matteson Jeonette Mattox Marc Maynord Charles Mays Sandra McAllister Linda McCain Deborah McCarty Jerome McCarty Bonnie McGlofhin Sandra McLaughlin James McQuirter Silvia Meaderds Glen Metcalf Paulette Miller William Modisette Janet Montney John Montney William Moody Doris Moore Jim Moore Margaret Moore Gauntrial Morris Stanley Neal Marsha Nesby Beanchor Nickson Larry Nulf Willie O ' Neil Arlester Overstreet Brenda Owens Mettazzee Paige Willie Paschal Jim Pedler Jackie Pellegrom Kenneth Pennington Roy Perley Bob Perri Sharon Petrie Lonnel Phillips Marvin Pimpleton LaVerne Plank John Plummet Christine Polk Mike Robach Pat Robinson Tony Robertson Dwight Robinson Rudolph Rodgers Steve Rokos Ralph Ross Deloise Rufus Bennie Sanders Howard Sanders Brenda Scott Gail Scott Rommie Scott Thomas Scott Van Scott Frances Selmon 63 Linda Shannon Charlene Sherwood Margoret Sims Kathy Skibbe Charles Smith Glovira Smith James Smith Larry Spencer Terry Spencer Donna Steele Willie Stevenson Hunter Sykes Jim Taylor Dan TenBrook Don Terpstra Cathy Thomos Glendo Thomas Floyd Thompsoii Gary Thompson Sandy Thompson James Thorton Kim Tyler Carlton Vines Curtis Vines Steve Wabindoto Lynn V ade Foye Wallace Perry Watson Class of 1969 f f Phil Whisenant Penny Wilcoxson Leo Wiley Freddie Wilkins Susan Willea James Willioms Laura Vvilliams Laura Williams Linda Williams Willie Williams Louise Wilson Erma Wiseman Betty Wright Debra Young Dwayne Young Frank Zarimba Bart Bartels Matvin Bryant Charles Burt Tom Chandler Sandy Cheeks Jerry Cooper Edis Curry Peggy Evans Gregory Hayes Jeanette Hill Joe Hines LaVerne Hoffman Pat Hurd Early Johnson Evelyn McMillan Linda Nelson Johnnie Norman Glenda Nunn Roberta Olson Chester Parker Margaret Lewis Brenda Scott Joyce Taylor Claudia Veal Durron VerHulst Faye Wallace Julia Williams Sophomores Othello Adams Mike Agerstrand Armando Ahumada Yvonne Alcorn James Alexander Mary Alpers Judy Anderson Roger Anderson Patricia Archambault Dorothy Askew George Bolaskovitz John Barkel Julie Baxter Jeanette Beard Sue Bisard Sandy Blackmer Freshmen 66 k Willie Blunt Cornelius Boganey Ronnie Bolden Mellon Brooks Susan Brott Joyce Brown Jheacior " Brov n Gregory Bryant Linda Burks Noreen Burnett Reggie Burt Sherry Burt Eula Burton Tyree Butler Ethel Butts Marc Byrnes Kay Calvin Donna Cecot Rosemary Chandler Theresa Choppel Carles Chapman Virginia Christy Michael Colquitt Leotho Conley Peggy Cooper Jackie Copeland William Cornell Barbara Courtney William Crosby Willie Crowell Linda Culp Betty Culver Sandra Cummings Winston Cummings Charles Davis Sandra Davis Deborah Dean Scottie Deason Tom DeHudy Jack Diepen Ollen Droughn John Duff Charles Dunbar Ulis Ellis Virginia Espinoza Beverly Evans Jacqueline Evans Billy Everette Albert Farber Timothy Forkas Caroline Farmer Audrey Ferguson Dianne Fields Rosemary Frantz Alan Gabris Mitchell Galy Carl Garner Ethel George Class 9 V IP i S. Mk Delores Glover Johnnie Glover Janet Golidy Arma Gordon Minnie Grigsby Christine Grimmet David Haas Celestine Hall Sheila Hall Janet Handley Chris Hansen Sue Hansen Virginia Hansen Delores Hardy Ben Harris Julie Harris Walter Harris Willa Mae Harris Joyce Haskins Jonis Heistand Bob Henderson Lois Hershey William Henderson Phillip Herchaff Lola Hines Venettie Hines Sharon Hiza Joan HIadki Kenneth Holt Michael Howell Glenda Hudson Jackie Hughes Vernon Hussey Charles Hutcherson Louvinio Irby Rick Jackowski Gregory Jackson Jackie Jackson James Jackson Joyce Jackson Holsey James Marcia Jamison TM 67 Emmitt Jenkins Rosalie Jibson Alma Johnson Charlotte Johnson Cheryl Johnson Jerry Johnson John Johnson Richard Johnson Darleen Jones Joyce Jones Lucy Jones Bonnie Kolman Phillis Keglovitz Jonnice Kelley Peggy Kelley Shell Kelley r Freshmen 68 James Kenney Nancy Kesteloot Vernon Kirks Debbie Kolorik Patricia Kroemer Gail Kyser Dannie Lombouths Vickie Langlois Sheila Lenoir Joyce Lewis Wardell Longmire Leonard Marble Brian Mathes Kathleen Mattson Brenda McAllister Sharon McConn Ben McCrea Nathaniel McDaniel Terry McDaniel Deborah McGee Lynell Metcalf Hilda Miller Janice Mitchell Barbara Moody Donna Moore Tino Moreno Sheen Morris Paul Mosby Mildred Mullins Mary Ann Murray Vickie Nelson Shirley Noble John Norman David Oakes Mark O ' Brian Doris Odneal Dorothy Overstreet Wayne Paige Daniel Palmer Bobbie Parhom Carol Parham Patsy Paschal A. L. Robinson Donald Robinson Ernestine Rogers Ruth Rone Elsie Ross Joe Ross Bruce RuDriqht Joyce Russell Terry Rust Ted Soladin Gloria Sargent Roy Sargent Debbie Sauer Roy Scaife Carol Schottey Ernestine Scott Cheryl Selander Debbie Settle Billy Shank Carolyn Sharp Dennis Shaw Michael Shelburn Silvia Sheppard Shirley Sherrills Annobell Smith Danny Smith Doris Smith Pam Smith Richard Smith Stanley Smith Stanley Spears Vicky Spellmon Delores Steele Sandra Stephens Sharon Stevens Charles Stevenson Johnnie Stewart Gregory Stokes Gail Stone Linda Storck Belinda Strong Ronald Stubbs James Perri Thomas Petty Edmond Phillips Glenda Phillips Dorothy Pipkins Edward Pittmon Morlene Pnovsky Terry Pollard Rosemary Rafferty Zella Randall Albert Richards Charles Richards Leroy Richardson Sam Riley Tim Riley Roger Roberson A Li Mm!t Class jLiiijf Ms x A Mtmik 69 Gary Sumner Kelly Swift Carolyn Swingler Betty Sykes Joe TetzlofF Donna Thies Kathleen Thomas Pat Thompson Loretta Thornton Melanie Thorstenson Pat Threadglll ' Pat Todd Melita Travis Reginald Troylor Gloria Tumblin Joe Turner Freshman 1:1: . , V £ Shirley Turner William Turner Vicky Twining Debra VanderVere Alan VanDyke Don VanDyke Gerrit Van vyk Gary Variado Pot Veach Pam VerHulst George Vickeis Jackie Walker Robin Walker Ronald Walker Sheila Walker Linda Wallace Brenda Walton Marion Warren Danny Watson Pamela Watson Dora Weaver Debra Webster John Wesley Janice Whetstone Deloris Wilkins Lance Wilkins Sophia Wilkinson Eddie Williams Helen Williams Lorry Williams Regina Williams Shirley Williams Ted Williams Eliza Wright Kenneth Wright 70 Jackie Copeland Shirley Turner Secretary Treasurer LincJo Wallace Jeanette Beard Vice-President President Thoma ' = Autman Debcah Brown Roy Burch Mike Campbell Woodrow Carson Gladys Chapman Larry Coleman Ne ' ' a Cowdery Class if. Carol Davis Floyd Elliott Coeser Fisher Marion Gilbert Christine Grisham Fanny Hughes Valeria Hutchinson Mike Johnson Freshman Class Adviser MR. ROGER PFUNDT MR. DAVID ASHENDORF MISS MRYTLE LOIS WILLIS J. Turner S. Harmon A. Davis A. Rufus _l A C V J. Ruboyianes C. Thompson J. McCarty B. Morchuk Homecoming Homecoming 1966 Jerry Sue Our Royal Couple October 20 marked one of our most gala events of the year: Homecoming. This year Sue Harmon and Jerry McCarty were King and Queen of Homecoming. Members of their court included: Barb Marchuk and Bill Fowler; Anna Rufus and Walter Baker; Connie Thompson and Jerry Wing; Betty Blake and Arthur Davis; Linda Walker and James Turner; Joyce Kromer and James Ruboyianes. The King and Queen were escorted by Willie Mae Chapman and Roger Hoekenga, respectively. Superintendent and Mrs. Fred E. Strong were assisted by Pat Kolanowski and Dennis Forbes with the crowning of the royal couple. The Senior Arbor girls were: Joyce Walker, Arlene Za- rimba, Barbara Webb, Elaine Povalaitis, Tina Campbell, Nancy Brown, Marva Klassen, Pat Kelley, Lynn Burns, and Cheryl Falkowski. The Tiger Marching Band, under the direction of Mr. Gene Marklevits, provided the background music for the procession. Mr. Jerry Razor, an alumnus, was in charge of all the field work. The third annual reception was held right after the game. Deborah Clemmons was in charge of the reception. This year something new was tried for Homecoming. There was an open float compe- tition through-out the school. This year the theme of Homecoming was " Future " and all floats were to pertain to this. The Junior float, " Future Victory " , won the first prize of $10, and Auto Shop ' s float, " Prime Future " , won the second prize of $5. The judges of the float competition were Mr. Luther Dease and Mr. John Sydnor. The Student Council, under the direction of Miss Jane Schroeder and Mr. Dave Ashen- dorf, sponsored the Homecoming and all its events. This year ' s co-chairmen of Home- coming were Anna Rufus and Pat Kelley. Student Council Ferguson, Scaife, McCarthy, Hill, B. Green, Burton, Tucker, Wilson, DehucJy, Christian, Cecot Sanders, Blunt, Paige, D. Rufus, Beard, Sheppard, Turner, Webb, Jemison, B. Williams, Dye Riley, Harris, Kitchen, Ross, Copeland, A. Wright, Stephens, Chappel, Grimmett, Hall, C. Davis Metcalf, Evans, K. Wright, Dunbar. Vines, Kelley, Norkus, Vitek, Geeting, Stevens, Hughes L. Williams, A. Davis, Purnell, Durham, Culver, Lewis, Patterson, Cole, Hill, Burns, McConn, Cowdery Carruthers, Jackson, Brown, Basch, Johnson, Wasiruo, Bortels, Farkas, Drzewicki, Doan, Fowler, Ellis, Houston, Smith Mr. Ashendorf, Zarimba, Hansen, Clemmons, Gaunt (Secretary), Ruboyiones (President), A. Rufus, (Vice-President), Martin (Treasurer), Mayfield, Walker, A. Green, Miss Schroeder (AdViser) 76 National Honor Society Miss Needham (adviser), Zarimba, Campbell, Vitek, Wasiura, Kammers, Martin Dickert, Deuster, Burns, Thompson, Harmon, Kyser, Smith, Six Ruboyianes, Forbes, Culver, Kilgren, Kelley, Kesteloot, Klossen, Kroemer Peppier, Gaunt, Dehudy, Johnson, Gzym, Falkowski, Marchuk, Kolanowski 77 FOREIGN EXCHANGE PROGRAM Tom Farkas Connie Thompson SHARE THE FARE Give your " fare " share for Share-the-Fare was once again the slogan for the 1967 campaign to " Let a Tiger Travel. " The foreign stucJeni committee, a special committee of Student Council, and advised by Miss Jane Schroeder and Mr. Dave Ashendorf, set the goal of $1500. Tickets were printed by Mr. Sandri ' s printing classes and distributed to the students in their 10:00 classes. January 25 - Feb. 10 were the dates set by co-chairmen for the event, Joyce Walker and Connie Thompson. Feb. 8 and 9 were the always favorite, " Tag Days " in which girls one day " bought " a boy for 25c, and on the next day the boys got even. Prizes were offered to the top salesmen, the first place receiving $15, second $10, and third $5. Colorful posters adorned the halls by Tom Farkas and Everest PImpleton. A well deserved " thanks " goes out to all who helped make the 1967 Share-the-Fare program the success it was. 78 T -►V Paul Sternbergh Vickie Gaunt L« n-m Preston Martin i Steve Kilgren EXCHANGE STUDENTS for ' 67 Asaline Culver Sandy Vitek 79 Publications The journalism staff deals with all aspects from writing a simple article for a news- paper to the complicated planning and printing of a newspaper. It deals with the planning and putting together of on entire school yearbook. Journalism is a combination of new ideas and old ones recreated. Some call it " The Fourth Estate. " Povilaltis, Turner, Brown, Green, Klassen, Clemmons, Baker, TImmer, Cole (not present) Davis, Day, Jackson, Purnell, Jemison, Marchuk, Johnson Mr. Schregardus, Ruboyianes, Zarimba Thompson, Walker, Rufus, Kolanowski, Mr. Murray (ad- visor) ACORN EDITORS Jim Ruboyianes ArJene Zarimba CO-EDITORS OAKS Joyce Marie Walker Connie Thompson J mii fjft CHRONICLE EDITORS Pot Kolanowski Anna Rufus Library Staff Top row— McAllister, Conley, Miller, Keglovitz, Dean, Scott Middle row— Nickson, Harris, Six, Copeland, Green Bottom row— Harrison, Burns, Timmer, Folkowski, Penn, Kidwell (adviser) Future Nurses Kyser, VanKekris, Miller, Fife, Shannon, Wilkinson, D. Steel Wright, O ' dneal, Martin, Frantz, M. Jamison, D. Alcorn, McCorty, Day Rufus, Y. Alcorn, Gross, Kestloot, Donna Steel, V. Jamison, Duncan 81 Booster Club Top row— Lance, Warner, Vitek, Klassen Front row-Kelley, treasurer; Marchuk, vice-pres.; Zarimbo, president; Kolanowski, secre- tary; Miss Cobb, adviser Biology Club Top row— Vines, Jamison, Shannon, Jordan, Scott Third row— Day, Savage, Holsebus, Hughes, Warner, Culver Second row-Wilkerson, Carr, Helms, Skibbee, Sipos, McMillan, Pellegrom First row-Miss Forbes, adviser; Moore, sargeant-at-arms; Steele, treasurer; Rufus, president; Wright, vice-pres.; Klassen, secretary; Green, Miss Twork, adviser W. R. Booker FTA Top row— Sipos, Jordan, Brott, Harris, Kroemer, Mortenson, Alcorn Middle row— Suchovsky, Day, Povilaitis, Odneal, Lance, Warner, Hill First row— Klassen, Kolanowski, treasurer; Marchuk, vice-pres.; Zarimba, president; Sukup, secre- tory; Kelley, Mrs. Engel, adviser The F.T.A. of our school uses the following as its guide: To learn about the teaching profession, its opportunities, responsibilities, and its important role in our democracy. To explore our own interest and abilities in relation to the various fields of teaching. To cultivate in ourselves the high qualities of personality, character, and leadership which are essential in good teachers. To learn how and where teachers receive their preparation, the cost, the scholarships available, the number of years required, and the certification requirments and standords. To study the lives and the influence of great teachers. Language Club Language Club ' s purpose is to " instill the practical uses of languages. " It attempts to show how a foreign language can enrich the mind and culture of a person. It shows further, a commercial, scientific, and social communication with foreign countries. Col- loquial speech is another vital aspect Language Club promotes. Burns, Basch, Hurd, Henderson, Hardy, Stubbs, Duff, Martin, Scaife, Scott, McCarty Boganey, Watson, Smith, Thomas, Jibson, Brott, Cross, Dehudy, Clemmons, Morris, Golidoy, Jamison Turner, Look, Hines, Kessey, Beard, Copeland, Ross, Steele, Shepherd, Rone, Alcorn, Riley, Hudson Copeland, Odneal, Martin, Savage, Miller, Rufus, Sykes, Hill, Culver, Hersey, Brott, Penn Cheeks, Green, Day, McCarty, Alcorn, Duff, Wright, Blackshire, Johnson, Ross, Kolanowski, Bordeau, Mr. Paquin, (adviser) Tiger Bowling League Champions Top row - Grimmet, Marsh, Walker, James, Vickers, Ro- bach Middle - Lamoreaux, Schmit, Bryant, Rutkowski, Duff, Green, Blevins Bottom - Sternberg, Whisenant, Tyler, Greer, Plummer, Overstreet, Mr. Ward 85 ver. Smith, Fife Hunt, Williams, Watson, Swingler, Ferguson, Burks, Pace, Cox, Moore, Rone CuL pfy McCarty, Butts Purnell, Jemison Watson (secretary), Jackson (president). Day (vice-presicJent), Alcorn, Brown (sergeant-at-arms), Mrs. Griffith (adviser) Top row: Kelly, Hardy, Cooper, Cook, Ezell, Evans, Miller, Turner, Locke, Sheperd, Brown, Lenior. Fourth row: Walker, Evans, Watson, Beard, Thorton, Harris, Rone, Askew, Culver, Hall, Brown, Shannon. Third row: Meadows, Moore, Randall, Hardy, Hicks, Graham, Anderson, Morris, Jackson, Miaderds, Cox, Evans. Second row: McLaughlin, Alcorn, Locke, Robinson, Thomas, Hughes, Rufus, McMillian, Banks, Mitchell, McCain, Nunn, Grisby. First row: Miss Willis, McGlothin, Cheeks, Green, Paschal (Vice-President), Godson (Sergeant-at- arms), Carruthers (President), Ferguson, Hayes (Secretary), Paige (Treasurer), Kennedy (Ser- geant-at-arms), Williams, Haskins, Davis. TEENi X ClubKcity y■ Marva Klassen A trip to Niagara Falls is being planned by Biology Club . All those in the club or anyone vjho is taking a science course at the present time vith a certain rrade averare is elirible to go on the trio which ' vcill be soinetime in April. The club mernb ' rs are selling boxed candy to help fi- nance the trip. Miss Forbes and Mhs T " . " ork are the advisers. Films have been shovm at Future Teacher-;, meet- ings that deal v. ' ith edu- cation and teach: ng. Anv- one v;ho is inte ' . st d may see the Tovies. The FTA char- s and oinr have been distributed to the mem- bers. The club is no- ' selling candy bars to earn money so th- ' t they may visit another college. Mrs. Enple is the adviser. On March 6 at Muske -on Figh School the annual written test was given for " Secretar ' ' of the Tear. " ?.ep- esr-nting the Future Secretaries of Association held a " f a s h - ion s ' - ov: an 1 l-.mcheon on February 25- i--.ss Kath- r.yn ' .ei j is the --•dv per. Last month the ninth and tenth grade Y- Teens helped ra.th the Mothers ' March of Oimes. On Fri- day, March 17, t ey X ' -ill be having their Slur-ber Party at the riCA. fhe are also -gking : ' lans " or the Y-Teen Summer Confer- ence wv ich is hell at zhe Y-Teen Ca .p. Mi.ss " ' illis is the adv- _ser. DM You KnoifT Did you know that the Acorn is almost 10,};;? a " homemade " product of our high school? Forrign Langaaje Club Under Way By Debo ' - ' ah CI ' " mons Foreign Language Club, und(.r the advisershio of Mr. Pact ' in ani a nev; in- structor, Mr. Anderson, Chose officers recently. Officers are =3 fol- lows: Eliza Wri- ht,, ores Mrs. Eng«l New F.T.A. Adrlter 7 Barb Marchuk The V .?.. Booker Teach- ers Club recently held its first meeting of the year. New mer-.bers v;ere signed up, new officers introducei, as well as re., ' adviser, Mrs. Sally Fngel. Mrs. Enrel succeeds Mr.?.. L. Stevenson. Arlene Zarim.ba is ores ident this year; Barb Marchuk, vice-president; Norma Sukup, secretary; and Pat Kolanowski, treas- urer. Caklians Plan a Busy year Bv Elaine rovr laitis Oaklians, as their nam.e might imply, are al- ready beginrdng to take root for 1966-67. Membership campaigning has begun and i-.d.ll con- tinue until the deadline Oct. l£. Th.e soonsors of the Oaklians are Mjrs. Shirley Wiseman and Mj. Donald Kardux, both of the speech de- artm.ent. iif.nt; Paul Efiff, v ce p ' -esident; Debi Van:er- vere, sec - ' e ar-. ' -; Janice Blacks-ire, assistant sec " etar7; Deborah Alcc n treasu- p-.r; and J=n P lm.er as er eant-at-arm.s . Day, Curruthert Read of Y-Teent By Pauli ne Day The nevly elected of- ficers of the Junior-Sen- ior Y- Teens this -e-r are ?au_ ' ne Day, orcsiient; Pat Jac-:son, vice-o esi- ent; and ' jeorgia Watson, secretary. At present, a treasurer has not been elected. Mj-g. Doris Grif- fith is the adviser. Officers for Freshjnan- Sophomore Y-Teens are Joslyn Carruthers, presi- dent; Willif Paschal, vice-president; and Cin- olia Hayes, secretary. At the present, a treas- ixrer has not been elected. The adviser is MJ-ss M ' rtle ' Villis. Kef teloot WIU Li ad Nuriti 3y Vivian Jemison Future Nurses Club once again will be dir- ected by !rs, Marie Fetterhoff ,R.N. President is Laurie Kesteloot; Barb Schultz is secrex.ar: and Donna Steel, treasur- er. Yvonne Alcorn is corresponding secretary. Plans are now being made for selling candy as a fund-raising project and also for visiting some hosoitals. 87 w. ' J .« Music Dramatics and Speech Left Standing Jones, Sheapard, Montgomery, Watson, R. Jackson, Steel, Burns, Crosby 3rd row Kyser, Dumont, C. Thomas, P. Thomas, Burt, Travis, George, Harris, Sternburgh, Gzym, C. Thomas 2nd row Pellegram, Wallace, Povilaitis, Jackson, Sherwood, Baldwin, Hughes, Garner 1st row Harmon, Broadbent, Kyser, Hudson, Kromer, Dirheimer Tigerettes The Tigerettes worked fiard to represent their school with delightful routines and fine conduct. Top row— Sherwood, Ackerberg, Deuster, Dickert 90 Bottom row— Hegbloom, Fife, Lewis, Hoffman JL i •f.JO 4 ffcj tm 1 i H- Right Standing - Mr. Marklevits (director), Pittman (drum major), McLaughlin, Paschal, Wiley, Weaver, Jackson 3rd. row - Knait, Earley, VanWhyke, Hansen, Staple, Rokos, Cochren, Sclander, Baxter, Kolarick, Griffith, DufF 2nd. row - Burns, Smith, Butts, Wabindato, Paige, Steel, Bisard, K. Thomas Isf. row - Vitex, Pittman, Bogany, Essenberg, Jibson, Hegbloom Concert Band No.l Rating Director Assistant Director Mr. Markleviti Aseiatant Mr. Fretty Flag Corp New feature attractions with the band this year are the Flag Corp, which are Debbie Young, Debbie Swift, Eliza Wright, Mary Helnis, Doris Rone, Linda Spears, Pot Hurd, Wanda Hoelner and Tina Gay. Color Guards Bill Cornell, Mike Shelburn, Andy Bartels and Dwight Hughey. 91 J J A Cappella Choir Top Row— Mr. Larry Rueger (Director), S. McDaniel, C. Vines, E. Day, J. Banks, K. Copeland, L. Sliter, T. Farkas, R. Irvy, J. McCarty, P. Martin, G. Aurbey, M. Shellburn. Third Row— J. Copeland, T. Chappel, B. Cornell, Z. Bass, R. Locke, D. Watson, B. Henderson, G. Stokes, T. Farkas, B. Webb, B. Martin, J. Greene. Second Row— P. Peoples, P. Hines, B. Williams, P. Cooper, L. Gay, S. Hoffman, E. Dye, G. Jackson, J. McCrae, J. Hunt, G. Moore, D. McCorty, V. Spears. First Row— S. Morris, M. Davis, A. Johnson, R. Williams, G. Hughes, R. Ceton, M. Wilkins, J. Tarak, C. Hunter, S. Hunter, M. O ' dneal, L. Wade. 92 Top Row— A. Johnson, M. Robertson, P. Bothwell, J. Jones, R. Brown, D. Green, J. Hlodki, S. Stevens, b. Brown, M, Lyons, C. Farmer, M. Sims, V. Hansen, L. Cole. Third Row-D, Moore, B. Evans, K. Evans, j. Anderson, P. Archambarit, R. Briggs, M. Brooks, F. Jackson, C. Veal, G. Smith, G. Williams, L. Jones. Second Row-L. Irby, J. Jackson, G. Chapman, j. Ellis, B. Scott, A. Jones, M. Langlois, V. Nelson, V. Hufcherson, J. Walker, D. Dean, C. Johnson. First Row-P. Wiseman, J. Lewis, C. Grisham, L. Spears, C. Schottey, R. Conely, T. Griffin, B. Guy, S. Walters, E. Rogers, B. Courtney, R. Frantz, E. McMillan. fei 7 0 Cho rus 5 Top Row-J. McQuirter, N. Potts, B. Sanders, M. Cook, A. Bolden, B. Copeland, R. Jackson, W. Smith, C. Bryant, W. Briggs, A. Davis, J. Bryant, J. Gordon, J. Harris, F. Vaughan, J. Sargent, T. Frye, E. Williams, D. Stewart. Second Row-M. Wright, J. Brown, L. Brown, T. Robertson, S. McDaniel, L. Mullins, D. Zackery, M. Bryant, O. L. Stewart, E. Ealom, E. Hall, E. Adams, W. O ' dneal, O. Riley, R. Burch, S. Johnson, A. Overstreet,. First Row-Mr. Larry Rueger (Director), L. Grimmett, J. Cooper, W. Young, J. Wesley, J. Scarfe, M. Smith, W. Tyler, C. Hutcherson, J. Cooper, L. Myles, J. Mullens, C. Jackson, H. Gay, D. Wil- liams, C. Johnson. 93 Debate Top row: Anderson, Patterson, Forbes 2nd row: Davis, Clemmons, Cotes Front row: Vitek, Walker (capt.), Brouer, Mr. Don Kordux (coach) " The affirmative in today ' s debate is resolved: that the foreign aid program of the United States should be limited to non-military assistance. " The " Tiger-Talk-Team " heard this time and again as they set out to uphold the Muskegon Heights High School tradition and reputation for having one of the finest debate teams in the state. The proposition was a timely and controversial one which the teams handled very well. This year ' s team was relatively small with only Dennis Forbes and Joyce Walker (co-coptoins) returning as varsity debaters from last year. This was also the first year for Mr. Don Kordux as coach. The Tigers are members of the Valley Coast, Michigan State, and Outstate Debate Leagues. " Our fearless leaders " in speech and dramatics, Mr. Don Kordux and Mrs. Shirley Wiseman " To be or not to be . . . " Winners, serious interpretive reading division Johnny Brown and Carol Brauer " Laughter, anyone? " Winners, humorous interpretive reading division, Forensics contest, Morva Davis and Sherie Patterson " Up on the latest . . . " Winners, extemporaneous speaking Paula Mines and Sandi Vitek " Loyal allies " Debate team co-captains, Dennis Forbes and Joyce Walker 95 Oaklians Sykes, Wright, Fife, Heinz, Golidy, Day, Alcorn Savage, Hanson, Heistond, Cowdery, Schottey, Wilson, Archambouit Wilkens, Jackson, Spencer, Sternburgh, Montgomery, Mc Cann, Cecot Mayfield, Gaunt, Mortenson, Kilgren, Vitak, Kestleloot, Povilaitis Mr. Kardux (co-adviser), Kalman, Six, Patterson, Christianson, Clemmons, Brott, Mrs. Wiseman (co-adviser) Raymond Smith, Dennis Kniat, Paul Ruff, Robert Six, Lorry Spencer Daren Hurd, Charles Montgomery, Steve Weaver, Steve Kilgren Mrs. Wiseman, Paul Sternburgh, Sue Harmon, Elaine Povilaitis, Marsha Outwin, Arsenic and Old Lace Senior Class Play COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Stage Michael Six Costumes Debbie Brott Business Publicity Sandra Vitek Properties Lorri Kesteloot Lights Curtis Delano Make-up Carolyn Mortenson CAST OF CHARACTERS Abby Brewster Elaine Povilaitis Martha Brewster Marsha Outwin Mortimer Brewster Paul Sternburgh Teddy Brewster Steve Kilgren Elaine Harper Sue Harmon Jonathon Brewster Dennis Kniat Dr. Einstein Raymond Smith The Rev. Dr. Harper Daren Hurd Officer Brophy Charles Montgomery Officer O ' Hara Paul Duff Mr. Gibbs Robert Six Lieutenant Rooney Steve Weaver Mr. Witherspoon Daren Hurd Director-Shirley Wiseman Technical Director-Don Kardux w TAKE-A-SHOE 98 19 66 All-School Musical CAST The Dwarf Richard Morehouse The King David Jones Myrtle Theresa Bohn Irving Paul Sternburgh Princess Bert Vickie Gaunt Princess Gv en Carol Dickert Princess Felicia Norma Hughey Prince Cal Joe Mortenson Prince Lance Preston Martin Prince Arthur Steve Kilgren Princey Poo-Georgie Dennis Kniat The Knight Chuck Arthurhultz The Page Jim Oslund The Witch Barbara Riley Directors Story by James Woodall Music and Lyrics by Mr. Alan Koehn Produced and Directed by Mr. Donald Kardux Orchestra Directed by Mr. Gene Marklevits Vocal direction by Mr. Alan Koehn Technical Direction by Mrs. Shirley Wiseman Choregraphy by Mr. Donald Kardux Publicity direction by Mr. Jerry Forrest Student Stage Direction by Robert Six Student Direction by Miss Deborah Clemmons Orchestration by John Butterfield Margaret Erickson Don Fretty 99 Spirit . . . the Key to Victory Varsity Cheerleaders L. to R. Vickie Gaunt, Ronda Christian, Sue Harmon (captain), Mallie Mayfield (mascot). Barb Wallace, Connie Thompson (co-captain), Pam Pedler Objective.- To establish a team of girls whose purpose is to create and maintain a finer cheering spirit at Muskegon Heights High School, and whose conduct is such as to Inspire a greater admiration and respect for our school. SENIORS S. Harmon P. Jackson C. Thompson Reserve Cheerleaders L. to R. Janice Heistand, Jackie Copeland, Sharon McCann (alternate) Sue Hanson (captain), Willie Paschal Go Tigers Dennis Glover Only Muskegon area runner to qualify for the State Meet Coach H. Donn Westman Cross-country Varsity Basketball Although the results are not as spectacular as in years gone by, our Tigers Cross-country team has hacJ a fine season. Coach H. Donn Westman stated, " I am as pleasecJ with this season as any, even though in the past five years we have won six championships. The reason I am pleased with this season is because we improved more rapidly than I could have ever expected. We were the most inexperienced team in the league. Now we are looking forward to next year with eagerness and with the experience necessary. " The Tigers finished a fine season with a record of five wins and five losses. They also finished fifth in the Valley Coast Conference Meet, and in the Regional Meet they placed 16th. Dennis Glover, a junior, this year, was the only one from the Muskegon area who qualified for the State Meet. Cross-country Team Top— Vines, Gzym, Jenkins, Agerstrand, Boganey, Pittman Middle— Riley, Smith, McDaniel, Neal, Fergerson, Bullis, Turner Bottom— Coach Westmon, Borgenson, Irby, Glover, Young, Wasuira, Sanders Heights Opponents 35 Mono Shores 18 Orchard View 17 Godwin Heights 50 East Grand Rapids 37 Mono Shores 18 Orchard View Valley C( Dast Conference: 5th of 8 Regional: ; 16th of 24 20 43 44 15 21 43 4th row— Mgr. Vines, Mgr. Perry, Pace, Hull, Peterson, Mgr. Perry, Smith 3rd Row— Paige, Bosch, Koziak, Bortels, Gromhm, Six, Vines 2nd Row— Martin, Chandler, Gerrans, Steele, Metcolf, Johnson, Pinipleton 1st Row— Coach Taylor, Bonks, Aubrey, McCorty, Day, Steward, Baker, Coach McCarty The student body of Muskegon Heights High School should be proud of the 1966 Vorsity Football Team, even though the team did not have a winning season. They did as well as could be expected, perhaps better than could be ex- pected considering thot the entire group num- bered only from 20 to 25 players. Football todoy demands that a team have extra manpower for substitution, in order to win. This our team did not have. Because of this lock of manpower, our team lost gomes that should hove been victories. However, we should be proud of our team and our fine coaching staff, for the excellent job they did and the way they represented our school on the field, as well as off. Tfgers 13 13 12 6 7 12 Holland 26 East Grand Rapids 20 Mono Shores Traverse City 28 Grand Haven 14 Roseville 13 Grandville Muskegon 40 Mr. Del Firme Head Football Coach Tiger Varsity Football JERRY McCarthy Off. Quarterback Def. Halfback Valley Coast 1st Tean WALTER BAKER Off. Center Def. End Mr. Ossle McCarty Assistant Coach Varsity Football Mr. Dove Taylor Assistant Coach Varsity Football EDV ARD DAY Off. Fullback Def. Linebacker GLEN AUBREY Off. End Def. Halfback Il $- ' GLENN STEWART Off. Guard Def. End Senior Tigers MIKE HULL Off. Tackle Def. Guard JOHNNY BANKS Off. End Def. Cornerback DAVE BASCH Off. Tackle Def. Guard EVERETT PIMPLETON ' 08 Off. Guard Def. Linebacker JIM PACE Off. Tackle Def. Guard Reserve Football A »A f r s mjLmif Top-Selmon, Johnson, Jackson, Sykes, AAgr. Crowell, Smith, Paige, R. Scott, Frankhn, V. Scott 3rd-Wright, Pearly, G. Thompson, VerHulst, T. Gordon, Robertson, Blunt, Henderson, Wllkins, Delano, Jackowski 2nd-F. Thompson, Hussey, Pimpleton, Magee, Berghuls, Butts, Latin, Thorton, Bolden, Day Bottom-Coach O ' Sullivan, C. Gordon, Kelly, Watson, Scaife, Rodgers, Beasley, T. Scott, Autman, Coach Zorn Heights Opponents 27 Holland 55 E. Grond Rapids 7 7 Mono Shores 20 13 Orchard View 21 13 Holland 45 7 Grand Haven 27 13 Grand Haven 12 Muskegon 55 109 Frosh Football i lJlJ;- iiii ...pi Mv mwf J, J .« » ' s 3 " vIHMM f " A. ■Mr J fiS 4th row: Gilbert (manager), Norman, Hussey, Brown, Wright, Johnson, Robinson, Stevenson, Lombouth, Haas 3rd row: James, Walker, Richardson, Scoife, Hansen, Balaskovitz, Swift 2nd row: Crosby, Cummings, Campbell, Shelton, Bolden, Riley, Turner, Jackowski 1st row: Tom Hornik (head coach), Watson, Blunt, Wilkins, Barkel, Williams, Paige, Henderson, Roger Pfundt (ass ' t coach) FRESHMAN FOOTBALL M.H.H.S. Opponenfs 24 Holland 25 6 East Grand Rapids 7 Grand Haven 2 19 Mono Shores 13 13 Orchard View 6 Won 2 Lost 3 The 1966 season was one of " firsts " for the freshmen. It was the first time that the freshmen hove been a part of the senior high athletic family, the first year of coaching for Mr. Hornik and Mr. Pfundt, and the first time that many of these boys hove ever played football. From the spectators ' point of view, this season might not seem a success; however, the coaches and the team feel that the season was very near perfect. The boys feel that the team had every- thing: good players with lots of potential; spirit; school support; and excellent coaching. The junior varsity and varsity teams can look forward to receiving lots of talent in the years ahead., We offer Mr. Hornik, Mr. Pfundt, and the entire freshman team our heartiest con- gratulations and thanks for a job which was excellently done. Freshman Basketball Team Top-E. Phillips, L. Gilbert, L. Hutcherson, T. Pollard Middle -J. Norman, M. Howell, D. Watson, W. Paige, D. Lambuse, R. Jackowski Bottom - B. Henderson, L. Wilkens, V. Hussey, T. Riley, R. Vaulters, Mr. Taylor (coach). Tigers Opponents 49 Orchard View 34 74 Phillips 31 67 Phillips 19 63 Mona Shores 54 63 Grand Haven 27 81 Musk. Christian 48 57 Godwin 45 39 Orchard View 48 73 Spring Lake 39 62 Holland 34 98 Musk. Christian 42 90 Mono Shores 79 61 Grand Haven 41 70 East G. R. 45 54 Grandville 47 Mr. Taylor and our freshman basketball team are carrying on the fine tradition of Heights cagers. The Freshmen have won 45 of their last 46 games, and now hold the Valley Coast Conference championship. Our Tigers averaged 67 points per game while holding their opponents to an average of 37 points. The team won 14 of the 15 games they played this season. The only loss came at the hands of the Orchard View Cardinals. However, revenge is sweet, and the Tigers bounced back to get it in the second game with the Cardinals. They won by 20 points. Coach Taylor considers the Mono Shores game as the biggest challenge that the team met. The Tigers, behind by 17 points in the third quarter, came through as only the Tigers can do for a 90 to 78 victory. A successful season is now over, and we look to these boys for ariother fine Reserve squad next year when they are sophomores. Congratulations, Freshmen, for a job well done ! Ill Junior Varsity Basi etball Team Top row - Parhom, V. Scott, Vines Middle - Robinson, Neal, R. Scott, Hayes, Jones Bottom -Coach McCorty, Metcalf, Battels, C. Vines, Terpstra gers Reserves Opponents 71 Godwin Heights 55 87 Orchard View 48 62 Muskegon 53 86 East Grand Rapids 52 67 Holland 46 88 Mono Shores 46 72 Grand Haven 49 72 Grandville 66 81 Godwin Heights 71 97 Orchard View 42 90 East Grand Rapids 55 64 Holland 57 72 Muskegon 67 81 Mono Shores 82 89 Grand Haven 32 78 Grandville 53 15 Wins and 1 loss ii: ALL-STATE RALPH HOUSTON i i m |$e«B3SU - i. iSSt ' 1 u ljLJ r . I f1 g ' ySi y- V.. 7 i. V |F v . .1 ' % District Champions 1967 Valley Coast Conference Champions Top row: Ned, Bolden, Gerrans, Dye, Mgr. Harris Middle row: Gordon, Graham, Johnson, Smith, Wasiura Bottom row: Coach Westmon, Young, Kidd, Turner, Houston, Davis Heights Opponents 107 Godwin Heights 61 80 Orchard View 40 91 Muskegon 61 108 E. Grand Rapids 66 93 Holland 67 98 Mono Shores 69 95 Grand Haven 44 98 Grondville 58 95 Godwin Heights 81 108 Orchard View 59 123 E. Grand Rapids 37 89 Holland 77 59 Muskegon 68 93 Mono Shores 55 77 Grand Haven 56 116 Grondville 71 District Scores 74 Muskegon 58 88 Mono Shores 66 87 Cotholic Central 65 Mr. Dick Hedges, Sports Reporter, Muskegon Chronicle 115 Tennis 1966 Coach McPhee, Skibbe, Smith, Thompson, Kelly, Johnson Tennis, contrary to some opinions, is a demanding, strenuous, " hot " game, which calls out the best in a boy ' s skill, determination, and courage on the court. In many com- munities, the game involves hundreds of players, and has full community support. Our Tigers have to play teams from these towns, but without these advantages. How can our Tigers expect to com- pete on an equal basis? Let us quote Coach Neil McPhee: " In order to compete adequately, we need a well-spon- sored summer tennis program which could well include con- struction of new courts. We are badly in need of moral sup- port from within our own school. In some towns, boys begin to learn the game at the fourth grade level. Here there is little interest until a boy comes to high school. The situation presents an almost insurmountable obstacle in the path of a successful program. Our Tigers need, and deserve, much greater community and student support. " Tennis players who have graduated will tell you that tennis is a lifetime pleasure and source of confidence. You seldom, if ever, need to stop playing the game. TENNIS 1966 Heights Opponents Grandville 7 Orchard View 7 Grand Haven 5 E. Grand Rapids 6 Holland 3 Godwin Heights 6 Grandville 4 Orchard View Final Results Won 0, Lost 8 3 Golf 1966 Coach Bidvia, Borgenson, Farkas, Mclntyre, Krueger, TenBrock Heights Opponents 307 Grandville 265 399 Orchard View 419 431 Grand Haven 340 M3 E. Grand Rapids 314 433 Holland 355 330 Godwin Heights 257 411 Mono Shores 337 411 Grandville 369 418 Orchard View 438 418 E. Grand Rapids 331 418 Mono Shores 348 426 Godwin Heights 356 436 Grand Haven 322 317 Holland Final Results Won 2, Lost 12 7th in Valley Coast 8th in L.M.A.C. 17th in State Regionals 315 Baseball 1966 Top— Dykstra, Bartels, Swinford, Gordon, Scott, P. DufF, Sternberg Middle— Deason, B. DufF, Day, Augustus, Vonderwest, P. Young Bottom— K. Young, Harris, Montgomery, Bisard, Brown, Swiatecki, Coach Swelnis BASEBALL 1966 Heights Opponents 1 Grandville 15 3 Orchard View 2 3 Mona Shores 5 6 Fruitport 8 2 E. Grand Rapids 3 2 Holland 4 2 Godwin Heights 1 2 Grandville 8 n Fruitport 9 2 Orchard View 3 4 Grand Haven 11 2 E. Grand Rapids 9 2 Muskegon 9 1 Mono Shores 10 7 Holland Won 3, Lost 12 12 Coach Roger Pfundt, who once was a star for Bay City Handy, succeeds Mr. Lloyd Swelnis as our new Baseball Coach for 1967. Mr. Pfundt pitched championship ball for Western Michigan University, tried out with the Detroit Tigers in 1962 and was scouted by the Orioles in 1965. " Baseball has always been a major sport through- out the nation, " says Coach Pfundt, " and here at Heights High there is a lot of potential. Baseball should equal football and basketball in importance. We are starting now in 1967, to build a major sport to its rightful position. Heights will have a team which desires to win, which will win, and be one of the best in the Conference, perhaps ihe best! " Track and Field 1966 Top— Johnson, O. Aufman, Ned, Drezwicki, R. Steele, Porhani, Smith, Kirk Middle— McCarty, Adams, Todd, Irby, Hunt, J. Bonks, Grimmett Bottom— Coach Westman, Myles, Copeland, Cooley, D, Steele, Watson, J. Autmon, D. Banks, Coach Thies Best Performance of 1966 High Jjmp-5 ' 11 " Minor Thomas Pole Vault-11 ' 0 " John Smith Shot Put-53 ' 7 " Willie Johnson Long Jump-22 ' 4 ' 2 " Paul Myles 100 yd. dash-10.1 sec Paul Myles 220 yd. dash-22.2 sec Paul Myles 440 yd. dash— 52.5 sec Edgar Watson 880 yd. run-2:00.5 sec Don Banks Mile Run— 4:37.9 sec James Autman High Hurdles-17.9 sec Otis Autman Low Hurdles— 21.8 sec Eugene Adams Mile Relay-3:27.7 sec Don Steele Edgar Watson James Autman Don Bonks 880 yd. relay-l:31.3 sec Don Steele Quintan Cooley McKinley Copeland Paul Myles Muskegon— Cancelled Mono Shores— Called forfeit by Mono Shores HEIGHTS OPPONENTS 83 Gi ■ondville 26 76 Oi rchard View 33 61 Gi •and Haven 48 72 East Grand Rapids 37 58 Godwin Heights 47 77 Holland 28 Mt. Pleasant Invitot lonal 8th place 7 points Medle y Relo V 3rd place 6 lap Relay 2nd place L.M.A.C. Cor iference Meet 3rd place 33 points State Meet 5 points Greater Mus kegon Meet 1st place 33 points Valley Coast Meet 1st place 59 points Girls ' Athletics Top Row - S. Terrell A. Rufus Front Row— B. Martin P. Day M. Odneo Miss Cobb This year Miss Cobb, the girls ' physical education teacher, has developed a well- rounded schedule to meet the demands, needs, and interests of any girl participating in physical education. This schedule consists of seasonal sports, individual sports, girl ' s exercise classes, dancing classes, and gym- nastics. Miss Cobb also provides the girls with track and intramural volleyball which both produced winning teams. Muskegon Heights participated in a three- way track meet for three years with Or- chard View and Mono Shores. June 2, 1966 marked the third consecutive time the girls won the same trophy. With winning the tro- phy three times, now allows it to remain at Muskegon Heights High School forever. Top row: Lynn Wade, Doris Odneal, Glenda Vines, Jackie Jackson, Sylvia Shepard, Shirley Turner i, Wiseman Bottom row: Miss Cobb, Doris Rone, Debbie Garber, Owen Burks, Fannie Williams, Lor- rione Johnson, Linda Wallace, Peggy Kelly. Seniors Only three senior girls have received their M. H. athletic letters, by accumulating 1000 points. These girls are Anna Rufus, Sue Harmon, and Pauline Day. The receiving of these letters represents a great amount of work and energy. These girls proved that not only boys can win athletic honors, but girls, too. Their example should serve as a goal to be met by all under class girls. Go Go j -f Girls Sue Harmon Pauline Day 121 , f v 5S -si :. f " ; i: f- 4 - i r ' : - r X • jr BIRD ' S EYE VIEW ■■ ' mmr ' m u=iir ;53| - M 132 Advertising in The Oaks Pays Off Today and Later On 133 American Coil Spring Company 152 J. S. Anderson Packing Company 146 Ashendorf Auto Ports 138 Balbirnie-Apostle Mortuary 146 Bell ' s Food Market 143 Black Angus 143 Boelkins Grocery 152 Bomers-Ensing Agency 143 Boulevard Drugs 150 Burger Chef 148 Burt ' s Barber Shop 136 Bush Vault Co., Inc 137 The Camera Shop 146 Campbell, Wyant, Cannon 145 Christenson Studio 143 Coca-Cola Bottling Co 148 Cohn ' s Furniture 140 Cole ' s Bakery 141 Columbia Studio 148 Consumers Power Co 143 Cooper ' s Flower Shop 137 Coscarelli Concessions 135 Dawes Florist 146 D. C. Stores 139 Dresser Industries 151 Fa rr View Dairy 147 Fredrick Lumber Co 145 A Friend 138 Fritz Drug Store 146 General Tire Service 145 Mr. Clyde Hendrick, Realtor 146 Alfred J. Hunter 138 Jiroch Candy Tobacco Co 136 Kelley ' s Shell Station 140 Ken Beas Grocery 137 Lakos Restaurant 137 Lee Funeral Home 139 Lee Son Hardware 136 Lockages 153 Meier Cleaners Inc 138 Michigan Consolidated Gas Co 147 Bob Moore, Florist 139 Bob Moore ' s Honda Sales 150 Murn Bros. Garage 136 Muskegon Bank and Trust Co 140 Muskegon Business College 150 Muskegon Federal Savings Loan 145 National Lumberman ' s Bank Trust 149 Norton Motel 140 Office Machines Sales, Inc 140 Parsons Department Store 151 Potter ' s Lamp Company 139 Professional Photographers Association .... 144 Prus Dairy Bar 153 Punches Thriftway Market 137 Pyle Pattern Manufacturing Co 140 Radium Photo Service 136 Reliable Auto Body 152 Reliable Trucking Crane 147 Remwolt Cleaners 149 Reynolds Funeral Home 149 Ruiter Bros. Plumbing Heating 137 Russ ' Drive In Restaurant 143 Sealed Power Corporation 142 Sietsema Floor Covering 145 The Square 141 Steve ' s Beauty Shop 136 Terri Lee Market 139 Vanderveldes 141 Votaw ' s T. V. Service 143 Walt Plant 146 Windatt Pontiac 149 134 JAMES COSCARELLI PERE MARQUETTE PARK Lake Michigan Concessions Jim Coscarelli, Prop. No. 1 Concession Phone? 5 5-1461 Res. Phone75 5-1461 Four Stands for Your Convenience " World ' s Best Beaches and Swimming Waters Miniature Train and Kiddie Rides TRY OUR FREEZER FRESH POLAR ICE CREAM " Real Italian Pizza " MINIATURE GOLF Concession Service from Channel Wall to Bronson Park BRONSON PARK NO. 4 STAND 135 RADIUM PHOTO SERVICE 367 W. Western Avenue COMPLIMENTS of LEE HARDWARE 22 W. Broadway Compliments of Jirocli Candy and Tobacco Company Since 1866 136 MURN BROS. GARAGE Complete Motor Rebuilding Motor Tune-up Expert Body Work 2810 Peck Street Muskegon Heights, Mich. Phone PE 3-2355 STEVE ' S BEAUTY SHOP Stevena Addink BURT ' S BARBER PE 3-9261 SHOP 2230 Hoyt Street Muskegon Heights Michigan Congraiulafions to Class of 1967 PUNCHES THRIFTWAY MARKET 3162 Heights Rovenna Rd. Phone PE 9-3240 RUITER BROS. Plumbing, Heating, Sheet Metal, and Air Conditioning 2831 MAFFET STREET TELEPHONE PE 3-2681 KEN BEA ' S GROCERY 9th Broadway Muskegon Heights, Michigan PE 3-8393 ' " ' ' K- 1 FT I ' ■■ - LAKOS RESTAURANT AND CHARCOAL HEARTH (Steaks, Chops, Chicken, Sea Food) 428 West Western Kitchen open ' til 1:00 A.M. BUSH VAULT CO., INC. PRE-CAST CONCRETE PRODUCTS Best Wishes Class of 1967 SAY IT WITH COOPER ' S FLOWERS 2512 Peck Street Phone PE 3-2218 137 CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS ! ALFRED J. HUNTER CO. 18 18 Henry Street Muskegon, Michigan Congratulations Compliments Of A FRIEND ASHENDORF AUTO PARTS 1 5-31 East Center Street Motor Rebuilding and Engine Supplies MEIER CLEANERS Where the Good Work Comes From ' 138 Established 1920 LEE FUNERAL HOME Off street parking Congrafulations io fhe Class of 1967 from BOB MOORE, Florist 2764 Peck Street Phone PE 3-1498 CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS! fror D. C. Stores, Inc Muskegon Heights Congratulations to the Class of 1967 Potter ' s Lamp Co. Dial PE 3-1 806 2719 Peck Street Muskegon Heights, Michigan Terri Lee Market Groceries Beer Wine — Cold Beverages Frozen Foods — Produce Open 9 AM Till Midnight Bvery Day Plenty ot Free Parking 2937 Peck Hts PE 3-9232 139 ( mi Furniture Corner Peck Broadway Muskegon Heights, Michigan K E L L E Y ' S SHELL STATION 4 East Webster Ave. SERVICE TO FOUNDRY INDUSTRY SINCE 1905 FYLE FATTERM MFGo CO. MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, MICHIGAN ' nSCAL FITNESS (r you jjiHonclal ke4 to- me j u ie The USKEGON BANK and Trust Company Member F.D.I.C Setting the pace in service.. . 335 W. WESTERN AVE. 1070 PECK STREET 1270 EAST LAKETON 821 WEST BROADWAY 100 W. COLBY-WHITEHALL Office Machine Sales, Inc. 2532 Peck Street Muskegon Hts. CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS OF 1967 from NORTON MOTEL Seaway Drive at Norton 140 VANDERVELDE ' S _ , _.. , Furniture and Carpets w i i lj • Li. Broadway at Fifth Muskegon Heights MH THE SQUARE 325 W. Western Ave. Muskegon, Michigan BEST WISHES from COLES BAKERY " Where good thing s come from " 141 Sealed Power Corporation if 5a " ' zf " " ' " " !- ' ? ' ? ' ' ' ' ! ' ' ' ' " ' ' ? " ■■ ' ' . " ' ' ' ' ■ ' ■ ' ? " ' ' ■ % ' • " ?■ V ' - ' ' ■ ' ' y ' ' ' ' " - " - ; ' ' - " y ' " i WHERE TOMORROW IS TODAY The computer shown in this picture is being used to help design piston rings to work in tomorrow ' s engines. Serving the automotive industry demands a farsighted approach to today ' s problems. At Sealed Power a consistent program of research and development is carried out. We must think at least two to three years ahead because the engines of 1970 are on the drawing boards now. To enable us to meet this challenge Sealed Power needs educated people to work in all phases of our operation. Through your graduation from high school you are building a firm base upon which you can plan your future; whether it be to seek immediate employment or to continue on to higher education. CONGRATULATIONS, Class of 1967, Your Future is Our Future Leading Manufacturer of Engine Parts Plants in Muskegon and St. Johns, Michigan; Rochester and LaGrange, Indiana; Stratford, Ontario and Naucalpan de Juarez, Mexico ■f 142 flj CONGRATULATIONS You have reached one of life ' s im- portant goals . . . graduation. Now, as you press toward even bigger accomplish- ments, we extend our best wishes for con- tinued success. your Electric Servant Reddy Kilowatt CONSUMERS POWER COMPANY 3225 S. Henry St., Muskegon YOTAW ' S T Y SERVICE 2934 Peck Street Telephone PE 3-1995 STUDIO 97 E. Diana Ave. Phone: PA 2-6203 BELL ' S FOOD MARKET 100 E. Hovey St. PE 3-2041 Muskegon Heights Michigan Congratulations Class of ' 67 Boniers-Eiising Agency Insurance HARRY G. BOMERS Real Estate Harry G. Bomers, Class of ' 56 PE 3-6222 29 E. Broadway Mc ed ' " WU: MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN 143 GREATER MUSKEGON PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION PARIS STUDIOS COLUMBIA STUDIO BECKQUIST STUDIO C. FELT, Photographer HANSEN TOWNHOUSE CHRISTENSEN STUDIO RADIUM PHOTO SERVICE MURRAY WHITE— Grand Haven LEN KOOIMAN PHOTOGRAPHY TOURCOTTE— Master of Photography Best Wishes From j ASSOCIATION BLACK FRONT - riRST 6T FREDRICKS LUMBER CO. Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1967 ' We cannot command success, but we can do more — We can deserve it " Anonymous CAMPBELL, WYANT AND CANNON FOUNDRY COMPANY Division of Textron, Inc. SIETSEMA FLOOR COVERING nOOR TILE— CARPET CERAMIC TILE— PLASTIC TILE 329 W. Broadway Phone:733-9900 MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, MICHIGAN Congratulations to the Class of 1967 GEN ERAL T IRE SERVICE OF ENERA MUSKEGON 2721 Sixth Street Muskegon Heights Phone: 733-1258 COMPLIMENTS OF CLYDE HENDRICK REALTOR and INSURANCE AGENT Phone: PE 32134 2301 Peck St. Est. lees 875 W. BROADWAY (OFF HENRY) PHONE: 755-2000 722-2168 MAYTAG l)4i,;ft» -, . . Best Wishes From Camera Shop Muskegon Heights, Michigan Compliments of DAWES FLORIST Muskegon Hts., Michigan J. S. Anderson Packing Co. FRITZ DRUG STORE PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS SINCE 191 I 1975 Apple Street Peck at Broadway Open Till 9- 146 MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY AROUND THE CORNER A milestone ' s about to happen. Your graduation marksa decisive period in your life. Behind is an important, form- ative period of learning. And ahead? The course is yours to choose, whether it be more study or the start of a career. We at Michigan Consolidated Gas Company join friends and family in wishing you well in your new adven- tures . . . hoping that your new-worlds- to-conquer outlook never dims. MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY Congratulations to the Class of 1967 Flavor Controlled 7 ' af,( ' miu)cutY Dairy Products " Best for you and baby too " Satisfied Customers Are Our Best! RELIABLE TRUCKING CRANE SERVICE 2906 Henry Street T47 s+op in for the world ' s greatest 150 hamburger! Home of the World ' s Greatest 154 Hamburger! Broiled to perfection, usmg 100% pure beef ond served on o golden toasted bun! Yum . . _ Ihey re dee-llcious . - . and only 2118 Peck Street 1821 Henry Street 2155 Apple Avenue YOUR SENIOR CLASS PHOTOGRAPHER Since 1939 0»T(»AIT BV i 7 kW Class . )- ty4 of wfsmmm m Portraits MUSKtOON. mCM. Distinction BLACK and WHITE or NATURAL COLOR 809 Terrace Street, JS ext Door to Hosier ' s Call PA 2-3013 for appointment things go j better,! Coke TIADC NAflK 14 8 REYNOLDS FUNERAL HOME Serving Greater Muskegon Area 2211 Jarman Street Muskegon Heights, Michigan WINDATT PONTIAC National Lumberman ' s Bank and Trust Co. First and Webster 193 W. Western Sherman at Wickham Laketon at Sanford Beltline Plaza REMWOLT CLEANERS 149 BOB MOORE ' S HONDA SALES 2501 Peck Street Muskegon Heights Best Wishes MUSKEGON BUSINESS COLLEGE Compliments of BOULEVARDS DRUGS 533 E. Sherman Blvd. Prescription Services PE 9-6327 ACCREDITED AS A TWO-YEAR JUNIOR COLLEGE OF BUSINESS FREE EMPLOYMENT TO GRADUATES 150 Recent Graduates of MUSKEGON HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL Apple at Spring 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 people to forge new and better ways to do the world ' s work. We offer worm congratulations on your graduation, the first major step toward this goal. May each of you find much success and happiness in the years ahead. CdRESS£Rj CRAIME, HOIST TO A ER OIVISION fO«MfBiy MANNING, WAXWfU « M XH?f • NOW ONE Of THf OfffSSfB (NDUSriKES MUSKEGON. MICHIGAN -39443 Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1967 May you go on to bigger and better things. Your future is in your own hands. PARSONS DEPARTMENT STORE MUSKEGON HEIGHTS We are ready, willing, and able to serve you with 104 Famous Na- tionally Advertised Brands. You ' ll be amazed at our selections. 151 BOELKINS 2300 Maffett Street Finer Foods pleasant place to shop Complete Collision Service BODY REPAIRING REFINISHING AUTO BODY ' QW DEN fSTivt ;il B HO:n E .PA Zr BC) 1.6 MUSKEGON HEIGHTS. MICHIGAN -3 r Muskegon, Michigan 152 ilMR mii H Aufograpfi PRUS DAIRY BAR 154 ' r » Yes, It Really Pays to Advertise i ' ■ - ' : " 155 Autographs 156 Autographs 157 Senior Directory (As of October, 1966) Linda Ackein 3318 Lemuel Eugene Adams 2016 Howden Frank Anderson 1455 E. Summit Glenn Aubrey 2416 Leahy Joseph Augustus 690 A. Howell Walter Baker 2229 Jarman John Banks 2328 Leahy David Basch 2908 Baker Phonozell Bass 2132 Riordan Barbara Blackshire 2324 Leahy James Bell 2228 Howden Gail Bird 2104 Sanford Mattie Blake 2632 Reynolds Otha Board 2436 Monz Frank Boxer 2942 Huizenga Willie Briggs 2020 Elwood Johnny Brown 2212 Baker Nancy Brown 2504 Hoyf Charles Bryant 2509 Howden James Bryant 2217 Wood Gentry Bunts 2312 Howden Lynn Burns 4412 Oriole Cenella Burton 690 D. Howell Tina Campbell 2837 Fifth Bernice Carson 2408 Peck Dale Cayo 2815 Howden Rebecca Ceton 3329 Glendole Willie Mae Chapman 2344 A. Ray Rosolyn Chappel 689 A. Howell Rick Clark 3300 Leahy David Clemmons 2144 Maffett Deborah Clemmons 2144 Maffett Linda Cole 296 W. Amsterdam Ruth Conley 2440 Hoyt Morey Cook 2660 Worden Betty Cooley 2340 Leahy Ella Copeland 2237 Baker Kenneth Copeland 740 F. Hovey Timothy Culp 2528 Howden Arthur Davis 2120 Jefferson Marva Davis 530 E. Hume Phyllis Davis 530 E. Hume Edward Day 2433 Maffett Pauline Day 616 C. Ivory Fred DIrheimer 2826 Roy Ray Doan 517 E. Broadway Collie Donson 425 E. Hume Richard Drzewicki 3333 Sanford Evelyn Dye 2232 Riordan Andy Dykstra 2521 Fifth Eddie Ealom 2516 Baker Denise Elwell 2896 Valk Joe Espinoza 2235 Eighth Kothryn Evans 2625 Wood Wesley Evans 2116 Fifth Cheryl Falkowski 1504 Norwich Tom Farkas 3305 Waolkes Louis Fergerson 615 C. Howell Mory Jane Floska 3133 Waolkes Dennis Forbes 3320 Mono Karen Ford 2541 Howden George Foreman Jr 3137 Woodcliffe William Fowler 2920 Fifth Reller Faye Gaines 2428 Maffett Joe Goly 3028 Eighth Josephine Garzelloni 2345 Jefferson Maria Gaston 3116 Waolkes Donna Gauthier 2689 Vulcan Lureather Gay 2648 Ninth Laura Geeting 2625 Seventh Terry German 3375 Highland David Goliday 2221 Ray Jennie Goliday 2221 Roy Joe Gordon 2212 Fifth Amanda Green 2520 Wood Sharon Green 2213 Eighth Toni Griffin 2125 Dipon Lloyd Wayne Grimmett 2325 Hoyt Barbara Guy 2626 Hoyt Edward Hall 2212 Howden Sue Harmon 2320 Eighth Jessie Harris 691 D Hovey Margaret Harris 2528 Elwood Walter Harris 2141 Riordan Gwendolyn Harrison 741 A Ivory Linda Hayes 2117 Leahy Roger Hoekenga 158 E. Maplewood Cliff Hoffman 2750 Black Creek Rd. Shirley Hoffman 2225 Wood John Houston 2317 Howden 1967 Ralph Houston 2317 Howden Larry Huber 3315 Highland Delia Hughes 2044 Dyson George Hughes 2224 Mcllwraith Patricia Jackson 2650 Reynolds Pat Jackson 2044 Hoyt Tom Jackson 2537 Riordan Vivian Jemison 2401 Riordan Agnes Johnson 2413 Leahy Barbara Johnson 2640 Howden Burnis Johnson 2444 Maffett Lynn Johnson 3350 Glade Mike Johnson 744 B. Ivory Phyllis Johnson 650 E. Barney Samuel Johnson 2216 Reynolds Linda Jones 2820 Seventh Martel Jones - 744 C. Ivory Harold Kammers 1533 Norwich Melvyn Kelley ;... 2512 MafFett Patricia Kelley 2820 Ninth Robert Kelly 2336 F. Jormon Monica Kirk 660 D Ivory Sylvester Kirks 689 B Howell Marva Klassen 2916 Fifth Dennis Kniat 1442 Norwich Pat Kolanowski 2312 Eighth Joyce Kroemer 2119 Eighth Mary Langlois 2913 Baker Bradley Lloyd 2328 Glade Becky Lockwood 3379 Merriam Terry Luce 3044 Stratford Louise Mallory 2117 Reynolds Clara Malone 2533 Riordan Barbara Marchuk 3004 Temple David Marsh 2825 McDermott Barbara Martin 2625 Eighth James Martin 665 Apt. C Hovey Diane Mason 165 E. Sherman Vicky Maycroft 2608 Seventh Phillip Moyette 3129 Woolkes Mallie Mayfield 2344 Reynolds Jerry McCorty 2236 Riordan Josephine McCrea 2236 Howden Solomon McDoniel 2308 Monz Gwen Melton 741 F Ivory Glenn Miller 2240 Howden Paul Miller 121 W. Broadway Marlene Miller 3225 Mono Sylvia Miller 2101 Maffett Joel Mortenson 3006 Mono Tom Murphy 2928 Ninth Iberbill O ' dneal 2525 Hoyt Magnolia Odneal 2644 Hoyt Maxine O ' Neil 3355 Eighth Karl Oslund 2924 Ninth Julio Ott 3237 Highland Marsha Outwin 2245 Jefferson James Pace 2221 Fifth James Pascavis 1894 David Sherrie Patterson 3031 Merriam Dove Pawlak 3137 Mono Arlene Penn 2524 Eighth Larry Piggie 2128 Reynolds Everett Pimpleton 2310 Ray Phillip Pittman 2240 Riordan Carol Plichta 3009 Hoyt Bobby Polard 2312 Fifth Joe Popular 144 W. Amsterdam Nathaniel Potts 744 A Ivory Elaine Povilaitis 1514 Norwick Joyce Purnell 478 E Barney Geneva Robinson 101 E. Hovey James Ruboyianes 1491 Canterbury Anno Rufus 2537 Hoyt Pete Sauer 2204 Fifth Charlie Sargent 2500 Pork Phyllis Scanlon 375 W. Moplewood Charles Schalk 3117 Temple Morvello Scott 2412 Jefferson Linda Serene 2909 Sixth JoAnn Settle , 3355 Mono Samuel Shannon 2129 Reynolds Robert Six 3209 Glendale David Skibbe 2416 Sonford Chester Slater 3334 Mono Gerald Smith 2137 Maffett Gloria Smith 2432 Maffett Janet Smith 2326 C Jarman Vondo Smith 2345 Leahy Joyce Spencer 2213 Manz Glen Stewart 2970 Valley Nancy Stong 2325 Sanford Ronald Swanson 2858 Austin Donald Swinford 2532 Eighth Charlotte Szymanski 3213 Sixth Jean Tarak 3301 Mono Robert Taylor 2336 Hoyt Del TenBrock 3330 Lemuel Sandra Terrell .- 2325 Temple Benjamin Thomas 2520 Elwood Calvin Thomas 750 E. Delano Lawrence Thomas 2520 Elwood Minor Thomas 2209 Mcllwraith Constance Thompson 2699 S. Sheridan Jennie Timmer 3240 Getty James Turner 2529 MafFett Gene Vallie 3101 Sanford Tom Vander ' west 510 W. Norton Freddie Vaughn 2144 Leahy Jacquelyn Vauters 563 E. Howell Brenda Vernor 477 E. Barney Adolph Vines 2334 Mcllwraith Brenda Walker 508 E. Hume Joyce Walker 2121 Riordon Linda Walker 508 E. Hume Sylvia Walters 2420 Roy Bonnie Watson 2310 Reynolds Darlene Watson 2037 Jorman Steve Weaver 3109 Mono Barbara Webb 2205 Moffett Judy WentzlofF 2713 Eighth Linda Wheater 2417 Sixth Mary Ellen Wilkins 3334 Morton Brenda Williams 2425 MafFett Curtis Williams 2428 Howden Dennis Williams 2145 Hoyt Frank Williams 2320 Wood Gwendolyn Williams 2427 Manz Joe Williams 685 A Ivory Melvin Wright 2225 Dyson Thelma Wright 2444 Sanford Kenneth Young 2509 Leahy Paul Young 3309 Lemuel Arlene Zarimba 2913 Pork ■ 1I- ijj ' !|jif - ■ M Mil ■■■li !■■■• I J ■ ■v: - J i iJ " ;- ' «: -if :r t- ' V-i -:- ' " 8i ”
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