Muskegon High School - Said and Done Yearbook (Muskegon, MI)

 - Class of 1946

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K' " 2 '-1:-'n'Vv1 V '43-6-Tv-u-r' -HQL-., 'i' V J- V VV'- ' V"f7-.442-3'-'T-V-T?"--4 ""!" 'V "fl-?'I--'J .,IV,I,IIILI I IR.-,+I -. .V '-EI., I4...1.I I I I I I, YI ., II,V ' nf,-'VV ,. N -. -an-.V...-V:..lnuL. V . --.V gg.: ' J". .I VV 1413- V -., ...- -VVVV'-V..- -'- " -4 M - - II.:V..."'Z.II I ' I 4:1 iff' 9 S Sf ,why .hc K lu 'ALL rm., EMUANDUUNI MUSKEGON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL I9 4 6 MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN -x v In .SX '.f,:,.y Y. F-FA' ' M, 4 : , -" .Af ,V jd" . " 'I nu':: G" v7 P J L M M W A - ffvf lh V - im 'lg' .X U . W i ,Q x x X' ,N i f- 'f X NRG. , Qg: QQ? X ,vglffgs dl A In u 1' ' f uw LM- 'F ' ftffll' - i Qoaewaacl Strengthened by the knowledge we have gained in the four years of our high school education and in the years that went before, we are prepared to face life. Some of us will go on to college, and some will be claimed by the armed forces. Still others will go into business and industry. But all will be the future citizens of the world. Our ideals, and aspir- ations will influence future world events. We will make the most of our opportunities for this is our day. 5 s n i me ns nmnm onlin r cess To Robert D. Ferris. with affection and gratitude do we ded- icate this annual. As assistant principal. "Uncle Bob" as he is known by most pupils, has the unpleasant role of disiplin- arian. For this reason, he does not always receive the full co- operation of less thoughtful students: however anyone who has worked with hirn in any capacity will testify to his friendliness, generosity, and faimess. Mr. Ferris has never been too busy to contribute his time and effort unstintingly for the success of any school organization or project. As he is called upon so frequently to give his attention to countless activities. this means that a great deal of his effort is devoted to the enjoyment of the entire scchool. As if these previously mentioned tasks were not enough Mr. Ferris has written an unbelievable number of letters to former Muskegon Senior High students in the Armed Forces. All of these students will agree with the present enrollment that Mr. Ferris is more than deserving of this tribute. T seems a long time: but it's really not so long i v ago that we started out, very much puzzled and innocent- : ly perplexed, in the dawn of our school days, knowing only that we were to go to school for twelve long years. Now, as we stand in the twilight of those rapidly passing years, we face another dawn, equally as puzzling and far more complex than that earlier one. We have come far: being well along the road of ed- ucation, of learning life. The general trends of our lives are quite firmly fixed. Like a sign at the crossroads, these inclinations point in that direction which our educators, our teachers, by their never-ceasing efforts have determin- ed shall be ours. Through their guidance we have pre- pared ourselves to overcome the obstacles, to attain and partake of the success and happiness in life, that will be found along this road. To those who have taught us. who have pointed the way: to our high school which has been unconsciously and unavoidably endeared to us through countless hours well spent, we must, in hap piness touched with reluctance, bid farewell. As for our friends, our own classmates who have shared in common the studies and books, the athletics and playing fields, and the many happy times in congregation: we need but call them together, not bid them goodbye. For together and not apart will we exist as citi- zens of our nation. Of course, we are taking individual by-paths: some to higher, advanced education, others to soon take up in varied occupations, all to learn more of life on the road of living. However, as the army gathers its forces for the march, may we, with a spirit of pi- oneering unity in this new, uncertain dawning, move forward on that road to find "what lies on the ether side of the hill" of Our Day. RICHARD THOMAS President-Student Council, Senior Class Lei! to riqhl-Kay Kimball, sergeant at arms: Bob Clark, vice-president: Richard Thomas. president: Barbara Baldus secretary: Bob McNitt, treasurer, Don Ryan. sergeant at arms. Gian Gjjwm Doris Mae C Allen Bookkeeping-Accounting Delores 'L. Ambrose Secretarial A Marian Louise Anderson College Preparatory Marian Rae Anderson General X Don Ioseph Arneberg College Preparatory Edith May Aue 'College Preparatory Arthur W. Backstrom College Preparatory Barbara Iune Baldus College Preparatory George Peter Ballas College Preparatory Bernt Melz Beauliegs College Preparatory" I ,.f Phyllis Ruth Belgrave College Preparatory Marie Antoinette Bender College Preparatory Lettie Ig-Benaiekgoh General' v - .I V e r X William Julius Benke. Ir. College Preparatory I 'Ex ix ' X Elf -Xp 'N . -x '-,. X Vernice Ioyce Black General , , Layorrpe H. Blanchette Clerhlf .. -O. . Harold Iohn Bloorngriiet College Preparatory Richard H. Boaz College Preparatory N Bettet Lee Boleng General K V X 'x v. Timothy Arl Boone Cooperative Businesb Training Doris lean 'Boonstra College Preparatory Ioyce M. Bordeaux College Preparatory , , H. , .. t 1 .X A . r,. .., . , ', Donald L. Boerna General 9 Arigeline Bowrnaster g -1 Cooperative Business Training L 4 DeVere Robert Boyd College Preparatory Doreen Bradford Secretarial Faye Rachel Breen Secretarial Richard Robert Brezinski General Doris Elaine Brott Bookkeeping May Marie Brow General Phyllis Mae Bruiladt Secretarial Barbara Iane Buitendorp Accounting X k Gail Yvonne Bull College Preparatory lack Caswell Bushong College Preparatory lack Butterfield Technical Machine Shop Patricia I. Campbell Secretarial Betty lane Carey General Edwin G. Carlsen- College Preparatory William H. Carlyon College Preparatory lack Louis Charles Commercial-Accounting . xx R Aloaha Joyce Christian College Preparatory Ioy Eileen Clancy College Preparatory Robert Erlon Clark College Preparatory Thomas Claud Clock. lr. College Preparatory Barbara Lois Cochran Bookkeeping-Accounting Thelma Ieanne Conroy Cooperative Business Training Barbara Jane Cook General C. Paul Cooper College Preparatory .f-5 lean Carol Cottrell Y t Secretarial ' ' Iune Ann Cox General X Robert Masori"Crandal1 College Preparatory Ax Helen F. Crnnkshaw Secretarial 'Y X N David Arthur Cribbs College Preparatory ' ,Edward Irvin Decker College Preparatory , Wilrna Ia- -Del-Iorn General ' Mariorie lean-,DeMcxar Bookkeeping-Accorrntinfg f A 5 Ben Clfarles DeVette Gerxeral G Caroline Dickson Secr etaricxl -L L5 K Geralii Don Dobberstein ,General It A , 1' N Betty lean D011 General Virginia Ann Dosierio M General . . PX-xxx. Q54 Patricia Ann Dowd General 1' f' SSX, N N . kfxx ., 'SX Grace Ellen Duit 155, General - Helen Maxine Dunst Genera! ,- Q P' NX ., ,J xx Helen Mae Dykstriikll. College Preparatory In . 1 , ,Nt Donna Jeanne Eardley College Preparatory , X xx K , x...,. q W E. 1 f'x. X. X - . Nr Alyce V. Edmondson College Preparatory . N. Paula Rose Engle. College Preparatoryv, Virginia Elaine Ensign College Preparatory :'. fx E. Lorraine Erickson Secretarial A Robert Iohn 'Essenlaerg General Ioyce Kathleen Ettennan College Preparatory. A -, Dorothy Carolyn Farber College Preparatory Martin E. Perm College Preparatory Leo Edward Fortier College Preparatory Helen Virginia Fowler College Preparatory Doris Elaine Fuhrmann Secretarial Ioyce Arlene Gallup General Wilma Maxine Garber Secretarial Kathryn Graves Secretarial Lois Mae Groendal General Hazel A. Gudelsky Clerical :lk Donald ' Gustafson College Preparatory Marilyn Dorothy Hagen Secretarial Gerda Evelyn I-lager Secretarial Kathleen Ann Hagstrom College Preparatory Yvonne Ieanne Hall Accounting Lillian Marie Hams College Preparatory Alice Mae Hanseth College Preparatory Shirley Mae Harmsen Secretarial Natalie F. Haverlzate College Preparatory Nancy Ella Hawkins College Preparatory Pearl Lanore Hazelbroek College Preparatory Dolores Hegbloom General Russell Hendrick College Preparatory Mariorie Magnolia Henry College Preparatory Donna lean Hilton Bookkeeping-Accounting Lloyd Stewart Hoekenga Bookkeeping-Accounting Rose Marie Hoelcenqa College Preparatory Evelyn Ruth Holtrop Clerical Iohn Herbert Hoover College Preparatory Io Ann Merle Horan College Preparatory V I une Lucile Horton General Naomi Elizabeth Hosto General - Ruth Anna Hosto General Eugene T. Howard College Preparatory . -X xx Ellen Marie Hyatt V College Preparatory Edward George lnqlat X General Sigrid Iverson College Preparatory Lois'Anne Ialier College Preparatory Betty Iune Iensen Secretarial Iay lean Iirschele College Preparatory Donald Eugene Iohnson General Earl Watkins Iohnson. Ir. Bookkeeping-Accounting LeRoy Robert Iohnson College Preparatory N. Louise Johnson College Preparatory Robert LaVerne Iohnson Bookkeeping-Accounting Clayton Eugene Iohnston College Preparatory Beverly Louise Kamradt Secretarial Ronald A. Kanaar General Delorese A. Karpowicz College Preparatory Frank C. Kauliman General Helene lean Kielt Clerical Ronald lack Kieit General lean Kimball College Preparatory Katherine Kimball General Ioel Fredrick Kleeves General Ronald Allan Klinlmer College Preparatory Bessie Irene Kodish Accounting Harold Mansol Koelbel College Preparatory Donna Marie Kooi College Preparatory' Herbert Ernest Kops College Preparatory Robert Ierome Kowalski College Preparatory 'F I . it ll Eugene P. Kramer College Preparatory Frederick Arthur Kruse General Shirley Ioyce Kuipers General Ioan Marie Lange Secretarial Lois Isabel Larson College Preparatory ' Betty lane Lawson Clerical 9 Iacaueline Mae Lea! Secretarial Nona Lederer College Preparatory Gladys E. Lillmars College Preparatory Donna Louise Little College Preparatory Betty I ane Livingston Secretarial David E. Livingston College Preparatory Icrck Lorenz College Preparatory Gloria lean Luders General Eugene Lewis Lulois V General Phyllis M. Lulofs College Preparatory Sally Ann Lundeen College Preparatory Iacl: William Lundslrom College Preparatory Waller Lutrey College Preparatory Ioyce Marlbelle Makie Secretarial lean Ruth Massot College Preparatory Barbara I. Matson- ' L' College Preparatory Ruth Lorraine Mauritz Bookkeeping Sydney M. May Cooperative Business Training Ralph McCrea. Ir. G College Preparatory Dorothy I. McEnta:fier Bookkeeping-Accounting Robert G. McNilt General Rosemary McShannock College Preparatory Verna E. Medendorp Secretarial Frances Millard College Preparatory Eileen Louise Morrissey Bookkeeping-Accounting Mary Lind Mulder College Preparatory Phylles Elaine Muston Bookkeeping-Accounting Norman Mysen General Frances Louise Navin College Preparatory Christina Marte Nelson it College Preparatory ' l yy y y I Bette lean Newhouse College Preparatory Patricia Irene Nohes General Lawrence W. Nyblade College Preparatory Delores Ann O'Beck Cooperative Business Training Patricia O'Connor College Preparatory Arlene Lois Olson College Preparatory Maxine M. Ouwerkerk College Preparatory Patricia Elaine Paton College Preparatory Rosalie A. Patrick Secretarial Marva lane Paulsen Clerical Dorothy Ann Perkins General Richard Louis Peters College Preparatory Harrlette L. Petersen College Preparatory Barbara lean Petty College Preparatory Arthur Eric Pierre College Preparatory Betty lane Pippin Stenographic Cerina lane Pixley Clerical Constance lean Plouhar College Preparatory Alice Anne Porth College Preparatory Phyllis Arlene Potter College Preparatory Robert Meridith Price General William C. Primmer College Preparatory Patricia Ann Purdy General William Edward Quail College Preparatory 'I 4 Patricia Ann Quick College Preparatory Marilyn R. Raddatz College Preparatory Caryl Ioyce Radel College Preparatory Shirley I. Rademacher Bookkeeping-Accounting lane Louise Reed College Preparatory I eau Mary Reetz Secretarial - Shirley Rewalt General Eugene Richard College Preparatory Colleen Ieanie Ritter Secretarial Iames Stanley Rolfe - College Preparatory Marilyn Ann Rollenhagen Secretarial Leah Louise Rust Secretarial Donald Russell Ryan College Preparatory Ardath Lois Ryeiield General Xe Shirley Ioyce Rypstra College Preparatory Violet -rRnth Sanders General Marva Ieanne Sanford College Preparatory Allen Eugene Sauder College Preparatory f 7 W V74ff2?f7lZ W z4maw.uraMf5'f AAVV ,.. . 1 ' "' W 4 '42 Yfi :ef : f mf Q f . 954 ff ,f an :"' "lex Monte Sayles College Preparatory Ioan Cornelia Schalk College Preparatory Vera Lisetta Scheer Secretarial lack Clarence Schimke General Rosemary Schrader I Cooperative Business Training Irma Ioyce Schroeder , Secretarial Robert Allen Schuitema College Preparatory Betty lane Schultz K Clerical Donald Anton Seiiert College Preparatory Yvonne Lou Shutterlee College Preparatory Lois Mae Sieplinqa Cooperative Business Training Donna Elaine Siplon Secretarial Donna lean Smith General Beverly I. Sprinqsdorf Secretarial Paul Gregory Stein - College Preparatory - Marguerite E. Stelle College Preparatory Vivian lean Sterling College Preparatory Rosemarie Stoddard College Preparatory Wilma Ioan Strobridge College Preparatory Donald G. Sundberg College Preparatory Paul R. Swanson College Preparatory Doris Mazel Swinton College Preparatory Constance Ann Switier General Beverly lean Teeqardin College Preparatory Lloyd Herman TerBorg College Preparatory Phyllis Berniece Testal College Preparatory Richard E. Thomas College Preparatory Alice Marie Thornberq General Burton Iunior Tiapkes Vocational Printing Ira Wellington Vail College Preparatory Donna lean VanderMey General lerrien I. VanderMolen General William L. Vanderwerp College Preparatory George D. VanEpps College Preparatory Nina VcmEyck College Preparatory Marva Ioyce VanOilen General Peggy Ann Voeglea- Q College Preparatory Catherine D. VonGlahn College Preparatory Delores L. Voorheis General Arlene Floyd Vriesrnan College Preparatory Dorothy Lucille Waite College Preparatory Edith Lorraine Waite College Preparatory Q F I 1 ,X LW 'f Barbara Belle Walden Cooperative Business Training Darleen Dawn Waldron College Preparatory Donald E. Wallakei' College Preparatory ,, Olive. lean Weaver College Preparatory t Wilma Iosephine Wenk Seoretarial William Elliott Wesley General Fred William Wilder College Preparatory David Willingham College Preparatory Raymond N. Wlnlcel College Preparatory Gerald lay Winsemius General Harold lay Wolfiis College Preparatory Phyllis Iune Wright General Frank Albert Yonkman College Preparatory Erma E. Zylman Cooperative Business Training AUGUST GRADUATES Fern Alice Anderson General Ioyce Eleanor Bariell Cooperafive Business Training Francis W. Beedon, Ir. College Preparatory Marvin Edward Bremer General A R+-:Qin J' 1 Beisle lane Cadanhead Cooperative Business Training Spero Drelles General Hildegarde E. Habel General Lois Maxine Houseman Clerical Cora A. Howard Cooperative Business Training Iohn Stanley Klimolr General Bette Merrie Nash Iane M. VanderMel General ' General George Herbert Rohde Shirley lane Wagoner General General Edwqfd I, Buys Betty Idne while General ' Business Training Ioan Peggy Summer Donald Gene White Cooperative Business Training General Roland A. Younis General JUNE GRADUATES NO PICTURES Irene Io Avdek Douglas W. Mouthaan Belva Lucille Wright College Preparatory General Cooperative Business Training Curtis Edward Behrens Walter P. Zboiniewicz College Preparatory College Preparatory AUGUST GRADUATES NO PICTURES Robert Earl Hammond I Edward George Lewis General College Preparatory lffemdwu of Me Glafu of 1946 in Me Smaice Of 7heifz. eaanhy 7 KQSQQ, 1 . Herman Timrner-Navy I im Peine--Army-Hawaii lames Pastoor-Marines Ted Kendall, lr.-Navy---Pearl Harbor Dick Warner-Army Don Hancock-Marines aw 01444 qw sm Darwin Morgan killed in action over Germany. Lacked six months of graduation in Muskegon, but completed his Awork in California, awarded the Purple Heart and Air Medal. Page thirty-four Um lay Now it has come. The day we have so long awaited So eagerly anticipated- Our graduation day. We look behind And view the failures and the joys We shared as younger girls and boys In carefree childhood days. ' We look ahead. The future that we all must face Must find us each one in his place To give us peaceful days. We now look up. "O give us strength to stand the test. Help everyone to do his best Through all our coming day." M . . . N Christina Marie .2 YN elson joufmeq fqneal Words and phrases can never express The sentiments and sorrows we all possess, As the time draws nigh for us to depart From this pillar oi learning with its great heart Oi warmth, gaiety, laughter and cheer, That is loved by us all as a memory dear. Yet, pondering it over: our thoughts awakened As when dull, glowing coals are suddenly shaken: That this should not be a time ot deep sadness. But rather should be of a quiet, sweet glad- ness. For the world is before us, yet to explore. And we have a whole lifetime to canvas it o er. Let us enter our professions. whatever they be. With a will unequaled and a spirit tree: And even though we do not achieve tame, Let us say we have tried again and again. For the journey's not finished, it has only begun. And it will never be finished until we have won. Ioyce Makie Page thirt 31-f ive ' Miss Dorothy VanderKolk, one of our Senior Class advisors, has been a mathematics teacher seventeen years. She is also the Stu- dent Council advisor. Miss VanderKolk help- ed supervise the ticket sales for the Senior Play, the senior announcements, cmd calling cards. and other senior committees. This is the second time she has been a Senior Class advisor. . ww, ,um ami wi Mr. Claire C. Cook, the other of the two Senior Class advisors, has been in this school eighteen years. We know him as an excellent physics and advanced mathematics teacher. Among his duties as class advisor, Mr. Cook supervised finances of the class, publicity for the Senior Play, the caps and gowns Com- mittee, and many other senior committees. As he had been a class advisor before, the work was not new to him. Jwdlam of 1945-46 September 1945 "Kick-Off" Dance Sponsored by Carmenta Muskegon Welcomes 435 New Pupils Hi-Y Plans The Year's Activities October 1945 ' Commercial Department Gives the "Football Fling" . Pupils Plant 5,000 Pine Trees "M" Club Sells 3000 Pictures oi the Football Team Cormenta Donates S100 to the T.B. Sanatorium November 1945 Muskegon High Band Plays at East Lansing "Big Red's Ramble" Given November 9 by G.A.A. "Spring Green" Given by Masque November 14 and 15 Earlier Rising Favored at M.H.S. December 1945 Girl Reserves To Hold "Sadd1e Shoe Stomp" December 14 Tunior Class Plans the "lunior Iingle" Quota Over-subscribed in Bond Drive Said and Done Staff Entertains Faculty at Christmas Tea Ianuctry 1946 "Winter Wa1tz" Honors M.H.S. Seniors Clothing Drive from Ianuary 14 to Ianuary 21 Senior Members of Senate Honored at Hotel Party February 1946 Carmenta Honors Graduating Group Spanish Club Elects Officers Student Council Makes Plans to Honor War Dead by Bronze Plaque March 1946 y Conservation Club Sponsors "Atomic Ball" Masque Presents Three one-act Plays Muskegon Choir Taken to Concert in Grand Rapids Band and Orchestra Place First In Contest April 1946 Band and Orchestra Rate High Mrs. Redmond Appears at Easter Assembly "Harriet", Senior Play Delights Audiences May 1946 Hackley Day Plaque Dedicated at Memorial Day Assembly Iune 1946 Traditional Senior Week Activities Page llzirtjv-servcin ' and Harem r-w...v, Phyllis Bekgxuve I Best Lookmg MQW U Af SQUID!-d Off Liz Gnd Wm ll El 9' T v 0 Su Under Cgeedwgrp Km Km! Class At Quik xx and W' W memes Swim Ouis 9 fohn B son Und ff: H Alq"I1:m1d lo Omq Ugg' haue and Don Ryan LaVonne Blanc C lass Cut-ups A nw 'Wow' n o oxdus l-Townd 625495 IE est g. Mr. Robert D. Ferris. Assistant Principal: Mr. C. W. Bemer. Superintendent of Schools: Mr. Henry I. Doumo. Director of Hczckley Mornucrl Training School. H. 1' 5 'X-. if George A. Manning, Principal iqhtfhllh i ,. - ., ,t 1 SENIORS PICK FAVORITES Lett to nght Best looking lohn Del-lorn Wtttiest Francis Beeclon, Most SeverefMiss Hilda Marshall. Best all- round Claire Cook Best dressed William Young Bestnatured4Miss Ethel Haus tNo Picturel. Gaufuelau Miss Alice Prescott and Mr. William Denton are our girls' and boys' counsellors, respect- ively. Miss Prescott, who has been counsell- ing here for four years, also teaches all French classes, While Mr. Denton, who came to Senior High from Central Iunior High three years ago, teaches history. They are here to give the students vocational and educational guid- ance, advise them with their problems, and help them make ct wise choice of colleges. Page fn 113'-llill' f2au'maj4aw A Row One --f- William Nlayrose, William Young, Sarah Couchie, Clara Watson. Ruth Dykstra, Mildred Werntz, Margaret Hitchcock, Laura Carpenter, Ethel Raue, Ellen Kasberg, Esther Sherty. Pauline Dunsmore, Robert Ferris. George Mans ning. Ruth Wamsley, Dorothy Vanderkolk, Alice Prescott. Ida McKinney, Leo Davis, Verne Fuller, Elizabeth Vander- 'tt Ethel P'hlt m Alex Pov'stak gn , 1 sro , i . How Twof Celestia Eddy, Marian Helvie, Oren Rodewald, Francis Beedon. Derwin Walvoord, George Lake, Harvey Paulson, A. E. Pearson, Russell Stevens, Anthony Gilsdort, Donald Mooney, N. Walker Wright. E. G. Appel. Robert L. Leitch, Russell Partington, Ralph Plummer, William Lucas, Arthur Reed. George Carlson, Stanley Rolfe, William Stewart. ' GEORGE A. MANNING. Principal ROBERT D. FERRIS, Assistant Principal JUNE FONGER lMrs.l. Registrar MILDRED N. PIERSON, Clerk EBBA H. BEDKER. English FRANCIS W. BEEDON. Social Studies GEORGE CARLSON, Social Studies LAURA A. CARPENTER, English CLAIRE C. COOK, Physics, Mathematics SARAH COUTCHIE tMrs.l. English LEOTA DAVIS, English IOHN DEHORN, Arithmetic, Geography WM. C. DENTON. History, Boys' Counselor RUTH DYKSTRA, Latin, History CELESTIA E. EDDY. English, Publications A. VERNE FULLER, Biology ANTHONY GILSDORF. Commercial HELEN HARTON, Speech MARIAN HELVIE, spanish MARGARET HITCHCOCK, Commercial DOROTHY CURTIS KELLY tMrs.l. Pianist GERTRUDE KENNEY, Librarian VERA KLONTZ. Commercial CECILIA KNOLL, Commercial GEORGE G. LAKE, English WILLIAM A. LUCAS, Vocal Music, Iunior Band HILDA H. MARSHALL, English WILLIAM MAYROSE, Chemistry R. O. PARTINGTON, Social Studies HARVEY L. PAULSON, Commercial ETHEL E. PIHLSTROM. Speech RALPH H. PLUMMER, English ALEX POSVISTAK, Assistant Band Director HARRY F. POTTER, Physical Education ALICE M. PRESCOTT, French, Girls'Counselor ETHEL A. RAUE, English C. LEO REDMOND, Physical Education A. I. REED. Commercial HARRIET REID. Physical Education V. S. ROLFE. Mathematics MILTON E. SCHERER. Commercial tLeave Absencel ESTHER SHERFY. Speech, Dramatics MARCIA SNOW, Physical Education RUSSELL STEVENS. Commercial WILLIAM STEWART, Ir., Band. Orchestra ELIZABETH VANDEGRIFT, Biology DOROTHY VANDERKOLK, Mathematics CLARA WATSON. English GWENDOLYN WEBSTER. Librarian MILDRED WERNTZ. Mathematics N. WALKER WRIGHT. Chemistry WILLIAM H. YOUNG. Social Studies HACKLEY MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL HENRY I. DOUMA, Director PAY MACK SCHARMER. Supervisor of Home Economics of ILAH FRANCE. Home Nursing and Commun- ity Health KATE HUEN. Art Metal ELLEN KASBERG, Art MARIE LARSON, Foods ROBERT H. LEITCH. Machine Shop IDA MCKINNEY. Tailoring DONALD MOONEY, Cabinet Making THEO A. PACK. Foods ARTHUR E. PEARSON. Machine Shop IULIA PEARSON. Cleric OREN W. RODEWALD. Electricity C. W. SUNDQUIST, Advanced and Industrial Printing ' ANNEX R. W. Stone. Distributive Education PAULINE DUNSMORE lMrs.l. Office Training DERWIN WALVOORD, Otfice Training, History RUTH WAMSLEY QMTB-Iv Retailing E. G. APPEI.. Mechanical and Architectural Drawing f lv A X Q IN Page forty-tlzrce WIND As a breeze I swirl in a happy dance Around the maypole of spring: and Whip the wrinkled brown skinned Leaves of yesterfall into frenzied Spasms of delight. Ioy unbounded Issues from their raspy lips, as They revel in their escape from Winter's manacles of snow. Gale-like l force my way across The meadows, conquering the cyclopian Oaks, liking to Polyphemus and Ulysses in time. long past. Flinging My arms about the hills, I tear Off the tops and scatter them Above the vales. I, the shifting Unconquerable wind. TIME. WIND. RAIN The wind whistled eerie among the trees While eagle like raindrops swooped down. They dove from the brightest of morning tide, Till evening donned an errnine black gown. Leaves grew heavy and branches swayed far. Still raindrops careened on past. The leaves came down like brigantine sails While trees creaked and bent like the mast. The claws of the raindrops grasped the ground Like the clutch of a miser's hand, But quickly and surely they were devoured In unquenchable thirst by the land. The free bouting rain and the dusty ground Have time near unending to fight. They'll go till the spring of time runs down, And the earth is but flame in the night. Pngz' forty-,four SKIES Grey skies dismally looking Down, soberly following your Everystep, reflecting their gloom On your rain-drenched face. Brassy skies, glaring from above Like a great brazen eye. pouring Its murky light over the Earth, preparing for holocaust. Buming skies, trusting their fiery Way through cottony puffs of Clouds, floating softly, with the Lazy impervious way of a dream. Indigo skies, casting a soft unearthly Glow. Forming deep pools of shadow That fall like melodies on the Luscious green blades of grass. Golden skies, shedding a mellow Flame, that imparts a warmth to Every life, and flows into the Very heart and thoughts of a man. Mmm Midnight Written upon returning from a midnight walk on the shore of Lake Michigan-Ianuary 14, 1946. Listen - the dull, monotonous roar of the pounding waves Beckons to you Come down to the winter shore at midnight: When the chill atmosphere is calm and still Save the quiet, incessant surge of the sound- ing surf Against the low, implacable hills of ice Stretching along the shoreline. On the indistinct horizon Where the moon-silvered sea fades into the dark Oi a sky dotted by stars of cold crystal blue: Faint wisps of clouds Float across the face of an oval moon So close against the midnight blue As to be touched by your gloved finger. Yes-come down to the winter beach at mid- night? Here to tind what you live tor and long ior. Here you are tree. This is also free. Partake with the blood-tingling surge of youth Swelling beneath the warmth oi your coat Powerful and more rapid than the slow swell of the pounding surf As you look out across a fringe of white ice And scan the majestic expanse of sea Calling you to her side: Your beloved, your refuge-the mighty sea. people We ZW!! .Bike in Rememin I if-vl' ,:,W' .h v w V It 1 1mQusn 2ulQmfwseQ umn UaMOm galiigone .NN cmd M' M l. , ' Cam,,MHyfi0 ' Q Q . ' , Q film. , 5 "!llQqi5 fQ'IIL5q1,'?"F -+'--1- "ft IJAAY, fr!-,E lust Another Interruption: Peggy Voegler, IZA editor. Miss Celestia Eddy, editorial advisor. Paula Haga, 12B editor. Said and Done Gen. Chr. Peggy Voegler 107 Informal snapshots Chr. Fred Wilder 107, Ray Winkel 107, Curtis Behrens 107. Alyce Edmondson 107 Photographs Chr. George Ballas 120, Barb Baldus 210, lack Bushong lll Personalities Chr. Lloyd Hoekenga 210, Russel Hendrick 120. Kay Graves 113 Class History Chr. Pat Quick 210, Bob Clark 107. Rose McShannock 120 Dedication Chr. Marva Sanford 210, Barb Petty 210. Pat OConnor 120 Theme Chr. Rose Hoekenga 210, Donna Eardly 113 Class Poem Chr. Eugene Richard 210, Marian Ander- son 120 Tickets Chr. Don Seifert 107, lack Butterfield 111 Class Motto Chr. Gail Bull 210, Sally Lundeen 120, Louise Iohnson 120 Art Work Chr. Ioan Schalk 210, Helen Fowler 113, Helen Dykstra 113, Bob Iohnson 120 Page forty-setffzrl SAID AND DONE First rowAPeggy Voegler Ieditor ol June Annuall, Marjorle Henry, Irene Dulardine. Ierry Scheidigger, Dickie Dun- ville. Pearl Hazelbrook, Marguerite Stelle. Frances Ryon, Norma Burdick. Dorothy Farber. Frances Navin. Second row-Miss Celestia E. Eddy, Editorial Advisor, Barbara Baldus, Robert Iohnson, Curtis Iacobsen, Carl Johnson, lack Bushong, Paula Haga teditorl, Russell Hendrick Cmake-up editorl. George Ballus, Norman Nichols, Fred Wilder, Natalie Hozverkate. VOCATIONAL PRINTING D - Seated leit to riqht-Iim Smith. Verlyn Cooper, Ernest Bun nell, Bob Start. Standing-George Damminga, Raymond Lafayette, lack Mills. Don Mosher, Bob Kramer. C. W. Sundquist. Iames Kelly, Gerald Kieller. Ronald Burkall. Donald DeVries, Iahn Dolislager, Burt Tjapkes, Charles Beedon. Pflgtf forty-aight First row kneeling lelt to rightfloan Schalk, Helen Dykstra. Rose Hoekenga, Helen Fowler, Patricia Paton. Second row lelt to right-Betty Iensen, Carolyn Beebe, Irene Clausen, Connie Switzer, Doris Dertien, Ethel Laclos. Vernice Black. Doris Swinton, Annie Oakes, Betty lean Doll. Bob McNitt, Bob Hammond. Iames LeF1eur, David Iohnson, Dave Lareva, Ellen F. Kasburq. Third row left to right-Bob Iohnson, Allen Baughman. Doris Launer, Ruth Hosto, Naomi Hosto, Nancy Hendrickson. Ruth Baker, Bette Bolen, Helen Dunst. Frances Millard, Esther Tcrzelaar. Doris Fredrickson, Milton Anderson. Ray lohnson. Carl Herrgcard, Iames Olson, Gerald Dobberstein, lim Iohnson. ' Nu! 01644 Each year a senior member of the Iournal- ism Class is chosen to edit the material, gath- ered by student reporters and later appearing each Wednesday on school page of the Mus- kegon Chronicle. This project has been a feature of the pub- lications department for sixteen years. Russell Hendricks 'acted as editor the first semester and Natalie Haverkate the second. These three have had most to do with the editing of this annual. Peggy Voegler was the choice of the class for 12A annual editor. It is largely due to her intelliqent interest and fine executive ability that this, the forty-third annual, has come to be. Paula Haga has edited the monthly issue ot the magazine and acted as 12B annual editor Miss Eddy is faculty editorial adviser. SCHOOL PAGE EDITORS Page forty-nine Rec! anal Zfffulfe Yfiew Sefzicvui Viewing the graduating seniors from their favorite look-out station, Red and White have both decided that it "doesn't pay to be ignor- ant." However, Red thinks that those who did make it don't look exactly hilarious either. Whether it's because they're leaving "good ol' M.H.S." or whether they're just a little bit lerey of making their way in the world, Red isn't certain. But he's seen more than one future genius gulp in what he believed was seclusion. When our two little furry friends were asked to voice their opinion on this year's crop, I'm sorry to say they became slightly self con- scious, and scampered away chattering in a very excited manner. Iudging from their ac- tions, however, they just don't understand how "it" happened. Of course it might have been just to relieve the faculty nervous strain. We'll all have to agree with Red and White on one matter, though: It's been a pretty hectic year. We won't soon forget the day Don Gustaf- son gave up being a woman hater, and de- cided that the wiles of women were too much g. 1 There is a guy named G. I. Ioe, Whom I believe you all should know. If it wasn't for him and all he's done, This terrible war would hot have been won. On the seventh of December of '41, The Iaps came over with planes and guns. A surprise attack this was indeed, So Uncle Sam called the men he would need. He fought for their country and gave all he had. This war is no fun, but gloomy and sad. Some fell where they fought on foreign lands, Page fifty ' for him. Red says if you take a look at Cor- rine, you can't blame the poor guy for his change of heart. Remember the Masque play? '-'Spring Green" was funny enough, but Harold B. brought the house down when he played Romeo in a pair of split pants. Canything for the sake of artll And White says he has forgiven but not forgotten the kid with the sleeper's complex who always had his siesta under White's favorite tree for hoarding nuts. Sundberg might have been an addition to the collection. but he was definitely of the wrong species. But probably the pet peeve of our little pets is the senior who will be missed the most by the students. And the main reason for Red and White's objection to this member of M.H.S. is that he is continually stealing the show from them. In fact he rules the campus, from the supervision of raising the flag in the morn- ing to the dictation of the actions of Fred. Yes. although we'll really miss him, Red and White will be infinitely pleased when Count graduates. foe And at home their parents for them did yearn. But peace was declared and the war was won, For G. I. Ioe had the laps on the run. The good news was there and ready to bring. And now the church bells could stand out and nng. The discharge of boys was soon on its way. And they could come home for more than a day. This is the time for the whole U. S. A. To help get the veterans back on his way. by Burton Tj apkes 31.5. 4146 ifmllli sf fulllllrlif .. M10 B wffw, O-wfuw aww H' Acafeffm W 4 . . I , , - g . t luemdend U! 7fze genial: Aligalr. Sol:-aol Eancl Clarinets-Left to Right: George McAllister. Iane Louise Reed. Paul Swanson, Benny Olson. Lester Beaulieau, Mal- colm Reynolds, Shirley Vandermolen, Gordon Neuman. Sophie Morton. Marilyn Edick, Richard Benton, Don Griesbach, lean Walworth. Dallas Hyma, Lois Leaf. Marilyn Titus. Virginia Kamradt, Louise Garrison, Eleanor Bosse, Eddie Inglot. Darrell Nollar, Wayne Clock, Kathryn DeVette. Sally French, Beatrice Allard. ' Flutes-Right to Lett: Anna Mae Voogd, Joyce Walworth, Ioan Vanderwerp, Dick Fiet. Sally Bennet, Lois Larson. Margaret Sturrus, Ruth Brondyke. Marie Appel. Phyliss Twiss. I Alto Clarinet: Melvin Witt. Oboe: Don Klooster. Bassoon: Ruth Cramer. Bass Clarinet: lean Schaner. Shirley BeMent. Saxes-Right to Lett: Garden Danielson, Theda Mae Hall, Barbara DeYoung, Herbert Ashley. Gilbert Vanclenberg. Horns: Ioycene Vanclekoppel. Kathleen Hagstrom. Muriel Titus. Trombones-Right to Lett: Harold Wollis, Gerald Winsemius. William Carlyon, Iack Bushong, Chas. Morrissey, Doris Derlien. Thomas Reed, Robert McCumber. A ' Comets-Bight to Lett: Lloyd TerBorg. Ioe Visscher. Bill Vanderwerp. Gordon Vanderlaan, Corine Conant, Donald Gustavson, lim Wells, Charles Dawson, Edward Fortier, Bob Boyd, Cliilord Andersen, Eugene Lulots, Iohn Hoover, Maxine Iohnston. Eugene Kramer, Fred Iohnson, Harrison VanDyke, Bruce Brink. Max Wiard, Paul Woods. String Basses: Eleanor Haase. Lois Caesar. Twtrlers: lackie Bush. lean Madendorp. Rosemary Seegar, Audrey Klosterhouse, Edward Vanderlaan. Ass't Director: Alex Posvistak. Director: William Stewart. Baritones-I-light to Lett: Jim Dykema, Harry Karel, George Halverson, Marilyn Benson, Margaret Ver Heuven. Basses-Right to Left: Gerald Dobberstein, Gerald Vandermolen, Max 4Fleishman. Robert Zuidema. Burton Tiapkes, Harold Haase, Robert Collar. Drums-Lett to Right: Rod Andersen, Ray Fleckenstein, Alan Baughman. Iack David, Pat Davis. Timpani-Left to Right: Betty Dobberstein. Vernice Black. Bass Drum: Bob Kowalski. Cymbals: Clifford Bos. Bells: Helen Vanderleest. Page fifty-one Muskegon High School band ended one of its fullest years since the beginning of the war. Now that travel restrictions have been lifted. the band has once more been able to "hit the road" and follow the team. With the usual colorful showing at the football games, the annual winter band contest, the extra outside jobs played for different factories, the parades. and the continuation of the district and state band contests, and the Holland tulip festival. It all adds up to a very full year. The band, under the direction of Mr. William Stewart, Ir., began the first game of football season with a full show, in spite of the fact that the first game was only two weeks after school started and many new members had to be broken into the marching routine. At the next game between Muskegon and Grand Haven, the band presented the "Rag- time Wedding". They formed a huge lighted church, complete with a stained glass win- dow, and the wedding took place inside. The bride and groom attended by a full wedding party, were married to the music of the band and a comic dialogue. The band followed the team to Benton Harbor, and sharing the half- time with the Benton Harbor band, again pre- sented the Ragtime Wedding to the Benton Harbor crowd, where it was received with rnuch enthusiasm. On Oct. 26, when Muskegon played Grand Rapids Creston, due to the wet field condition. the band formed in front of the stands. and tried a community sing, which went over big with the adult members of the audience. One of its longest shows was presented at the G. R. Ottawa Hills game. They formed HI G.I. to welcome the returning vets., DEC. 7 commemorating Pearl Harbor, MAY 7 the sur- render of Germany. AUG. 12, the end of com- plete hostilities with Iapan, and YANK with a huge service flag below and a large lighted gold star in the center, honoring the Muskegon war dead. Soon after this game, the band received an invitation to put on a half time show at the Michigan State college game between Mich- igan and Missouri Universities. The Ottawa Hills show was repeated and amazed the col- lege fans by the snap and precision. At the Nov. 9 show, we shared the half time honors with the Kalamazoo band and presented the treble clef sign, playing "Say it with Music" and fonned a huge Christmas Page fij 'V-Iwo , , tree and played "White Christmas". During this game the band added another first to its list, by changing the color of their lights be- tween maneuvers. On Nov. 17 came the long awaited Heights- Muskegon game. The band was ready and presented a very novel show. They formed a large radio cabinet and had a huge tuning dial, complete with tuning and volume but- tons, placed on the field in the cabinet. The head majorette turned on the radio, adjusted the volume, and tuned in various stations. The band played a different type of number for each station including two singing com- mercials. and as the dial showed WKBZ gave the score of the Muskegon-Heights game at at half-time. This ended football season and the band changed over to concert music. They played one more bond parade for the Continental Motors Corp., marching from the armory, down Western Ave., to the plant where they played a concert for the workers during their lunch hour. ' Next came the district band contest in Grand Rapids in which the band took a first division in class A, and prepared for the corn- ing state contest in Lansing. Between the two contests they played their annual Winter Concert, which filled the auditorium with more than a capacity crowd. The concert was one that most every one could enjoy and included both light and classical numbers with a few marches mixed in. On April 13 the group went to Lansing to the State Band contest where the band, play- ing the class A required number, Debonnare, by Liedzen, the Overature "Richard lIl" by German, and competing in the sight reading contest, took a 2nd division in class A. At Holland on May 16, the group took part in the Annual Tulip Festival. This marching contest was resumed after being banned be- cause of gas rationing and travel restrictions brought on by the war. It is a very colorful display, starting with a massed band parade through Holland, and followed competitive marching in different classes on the drill field. Our band belongs right at the head of the list of Michigan's high school bands. and the organization is a standing tribute to the fine work of Mr. William L. Stewart, Ir. and his staff. The first division rating earned by the Mus- amples of the versitality of this group. 1 ORCHESTRA First Violins: Beverly lean Teegardin, Gerald Liefer, Phyllis Testal, David MacDonald, Patsi Bamberg, Harold Larson, Phyllis Lulois, Dolores Karpowicz, Geraldine Scheidegger, Marjorie DeMaar, Robert Mayrose. Second Violins Ioyce Bordeaux, Roberta Chambers, Willis Andrews, Marvin Beekman, Lewis Timmer, Douglas Mayo, Paul Bugaski, Irwin Kapphahn, Barbara Bonifield. Violas: Betty Dobberstein, Margaret Williams, Bruce Balcom, Cora Bartlett. Cellos: Maxin Scouten. Harriette Peterson, Nancy Scouten, Daniel Frazee, Ioyce Ryefield, Shirley Wagner. String Basses: Mary Lind Mulder. Eleanor Haase, Iames Damminga, Anita Saxton, Marianne Navin, Lois Caesar. Flutes: Ruth Mar- tin, Anna Voogd, Virginia Osterhouse, Ruth Brondyke. Sally Bennett. Oboe: Donald Klooster. Bassoon: Ruth Cram- mer. Clarinetl: George McAllister, Iane Louise Reed, Lester Beaulieu, Dallas Hyma, Lois Leaf. Trumpets: Lloyd Terborg, Gordon Vanderlaan. Bruce Brink, Harrisson VanDyke. French Horns: Robert Hawkins, Kathleen Hagstrom, William Benke, Ioycene VandeKoppel. Muriel Titus. Trombonos: Harold Wolffis, Gerald Winsemius. Charles Mor- rissey. Piano: lean Verbeek, Mary Andrews. Percussion: Marylin Sheldon, Rodney Anderson, Pat Davis, Allan Baughman, Kenneth Hughes, Lynn Oberlin. Conductor: Wm. Stewart, Ir. Ass't conductor: Miss Grace Iohnson. Second ass't conductor: Alex Posvistak. kegon Senior High school orchestra. at the state final contest in East Lansing April 13. topped off the most successful year since the start of the war. At Christmas time, the orchestra presented a eight holiday program over W K B Z, "Christmas Fantasic", and "Prayer" from Hansel and Gretel, were two of the numbers presented. Next came the Masque play "Spring Green", with the orchestra playing before- hand and between acts. The Exchange Club asked for a popular concert at the Occidental hotel. "Stardust". and "The Man I Love", were two of the num- bers played. Kiwanis Club of Muskegon sponsored the Midwinter Pop Concert. February 20. "S1o- vanic Rhapsody", a classic, and "Selections from Showboat", a popular piece, were ex- March 16, was the district Instrumental Music Festival in Grand Rapids, where the orchestra came out with a first division rating enabling them to enter the state contest. Mrs. Verna Luther of the Woman's Club, former teacher of Muskegon Senior High school, asked the orchestra to give a program for the inauguration of new members. Kiwanis Club sponsored a radio program over W K B Z for the orchestra before the state contest playing the prepared numbers. On April 13, in East Lansing, the orchestra gained the honor of being the best Class A high school orchestra in the state. They also played for the Senior play "Harriet", April 25 and 26. The orchestra closed a very successful year with the May Festival, May 17, orchestra and junior high night. Page fifty-thrfe First row lei! to right-Christina Tomaras, Beatrice Miller, Carole Kloss, Donna Eardley, Mary Lewis. Naia Dratz, Helen lager, Geraldine Iohnson, Marvella Price. Dorothy Lowd. Second row-Leona Hutchinson, Elaine Wilbur, Elaine Kerbersky, Iune ,Cox, Bonnie Piper, Patricia Markle, Ruth Hosto, Esther Kooi, Doris Boonstra, Director, William Lucas. Third Row-Rosemarie Stoddard, Arlene Olsen, Frances Navin, Naomi Hosto, Patricia Cahill, Beatrice Fillius, Ileane Gudelsky, Helen Connell, William Rood, Richard Cleverinqa. Meredith Price, Robert Rust. Fourth row-Gordon Lindland, Iohn Wilson, William Reynolds, Donald Hazekamp. Kenneth Van Hemerl, Martin Bomers, Perry Melliiont, James Cooper, Paul Thompson, Richard Raclemaker. William Seebald, Howard Vanderlaan. Not in the picture-Laila Hansen, Cora Howard, Florence Miller. w 175 'Q so 92 Q, T 44, 'Q es' o QT 6' 'fl Q O zo Q' MU T O Q05 S 5 X wa: SW U90 QQ .1-O? 935 XX XS X Nix Q 5' -If a o 5 R T Q vi Xl tg 'Foo 53 35 s ef ia as Q ff -Sli' R 0 G- od: gc-x GQ Q? 5 we SKK T 5 sir 5 g 35 kiifx G 'fs 56' FS 'ser Q Qfqesf QQ! xx. sg -1 ., Q Q X 'z' 0' go ri' 5.60 o Q 5 if S 5 x . we -:. , O Q 1 bl S U O, 5 v 5 o ' X Q' ,ff Q14 ,.,,",q'? si' 3 Q X J 'Qs N P XX SJ X G' XXXX. PSX 1 12,55 1 ?1 I lmhil H pq 'K , 1, Fri ,Q 1 5 .' had ,5f2'5'lL119g9l,55TD:s V 3 OY15-044: 9350? Hqfafl-rnhfffio Q Q MASQUE First Row-Ierry Lane, Gail Bull, Barbara Baldus, Sally Lundeen. Second row-Betty Bengston, Helen Connell, Sylvia Iorgenson, Vivian Longers. Alyce Edmondson, Marilyn Sholten. Doreen Iverson, Phyllis Glotielly, Laura Holthe, Donna Vandermey, Marilyn Rollenhagen. Ioyce Maki. Donna Eard- ley, V.vien Sterling, Gerda Hager, Nancy Sm.th, Robert Crandall, Clayton Iohnston, Advisor, Miss Esther Sherty. Third row-Advisor, Miss Ethel Pihlstrom, Shirley DeMeut, Eloise Blow, Paul Vanderwerf, Curtis Icrcobson, John I-lyma, Beverly Peterson, Nancy Kellog, Yvonne Hall, Mary Lind Mulder, Io Ann Horan, Patricia Purdy, Harvey Anderson. Tom Iohnson, Lewis Schrock, Paul Woods, Harold Bloomquist, Fred Wilder, Iack Bushong, Ralph McCrea. Marine Nwafula Masque Club may give awards to the out- standing boy and girl actor and the boy and girl who have done outstanding work back- stage. These awards are small medals. To be eligible for the acting award a mem- ber must have taken a speaking role in at least two major productions in the high school, one of which is a major role. The candidate must show outstanding ability as an actor and show the highest degree of cooperation with the director and the cast. To be eligible for the award of production. a member must have actively participated in production work on at least two major high school productions, one of which must be in the capacity ot either assistant director, stage manager, or production head crew. The can- didate must show an outstanding technical knowledge of the theater: must show ability in leadership to govern back-stage discipline: and must show the highest degree of coopera- tion with the director and crew members. Magna laamaiic Officers-President, Barbara Baldus: Vice- President, Sally Lundeen: Secretary, Gail Bull: and Treasurer, Ierry Lane: and the mem- bers oi the club, have had a busy year- presenting "Spring Green". three one-act plays, having a banquet, and other small projects. Club advisors are Miss Ethel Pihl- strom and Miss Esther Sherfy. 4 Page fifty-five SENIOR PLAY PICTURE Standing-Lett to Riqht: Eugene Richards as William Beecher: Nancy Smith as Catherine Beecher: Dick Thomas as James Beecher: Waller Zbojnieicz as Henry Ward Beecher: Edward Fortier as Charles Beecher: Vivian Sterling as Harriet Beecher Stowe: Dudley VcmEpps seated, as Lyman Beecher. J ,ff Allfsgg. s ff' EAQOR , C f 'asf of "fog 1 s X 1+ W6 C00 X oscar! Ol if rf I ,ff WQ. 'I "Z, F2100 fb 'sv F., QQ . ,R '51-f1.,, 5 4' Q, 1' X C 'Q K 'Qs C I ,X and If I' I C' amid ""1r,ilc ah F .102 11313 P1114 'Z 4 'W 'iv P117 Off SAM. 25. 261013 . ,916 . I l JC7ZLf.VL'fZQE'i flats , iimgiffn Off denim' 35,e'LU5 Q Q I 'ig 32' X .gl Q51 '34 gf -J , N Vu r U FM VW U 4 Part Harriet Beecher Stowe Aunt Polly ,.,,...........,........, ...... Henry Ward Beecher .....,. .....,... Catherine Beecher ..A..... ........ SENIOR PLAY CAST Student Vivian Sterling ....... ...Harriet Peterson ......c,... ...... . . Walter Zbojniewicz ,...c.., ,....... .Nancy Smith ..........,.... .,,,,.., Harold Bloomquist ...,... ........ Calvin Stowe ............. .......,. William Beecher ......,..,. .,....... G ene Richards Edward Beecher .,...,,..,..,.... ......... D ick Thomas Marie Beecher Perkins .....,...Barbara Baldus Charles Beecher ..,,........... ....s.... E d Fortier Thomas Beecher ......,...,. ...,..... T om Clock Isabella Beecher ........ ......... D onna VanderMay Dr. Lyman Beecher ........ .c....., Mr. Tuttle ........v........... .Dudley VanEpps ....,.. ....,....Larry Iensen Under-study Phyllis Belgrave Marguerite Stelle Russell Hendricks Barbara Baldus Dick Thomas . ,,,...... Eugene Richards Mr. Wycherly .,,,.........,,. ........ M eredith Price Celestine ..,.r...........,..........., ......,.. M arilyn Ferris Freddie Stowe fchildl ,...... ,........ I ohn Mayrose Freddie Stowe Cadultl ...,,.. ......s.. C layton Johnson .....,.. ,........ M eredith Price Georgia Stowe ....,,..,......, ........, I oyce Makie ............. ,........ P at Quick Mrs. Hobbs ,..r,...,,,....s,. ..,...,.. S ally Lundeen .... ..... ......... G e rda Hager Hattie Stowe ........, .,....,.. M arilyn Raddatz ........ ....,,... G erda Hager Eliza Stowe ...,.......,... ..s...,.. G ail Bull ................ .,....... Gerda Hager Ierusha Pantry ....... ...s..... D on Seifert ...,....... ....,.... R ussell Hendricks Lowell Denton ..,...,.. ......... R alph McCrea ........, ......... L arry Iensen Sukey .....,..........v.. .........Gerda Hager ........,Bob Schuitema Haley ................. lane ......... ....,,.s. Y vonne Hall SENIOR PLAY COMMITTEES PRODUCTION STAFF . . . Director, Esther L. Sheriyi Assistant director, Doreen Iverson: Stage V'Manager, Fred Wilder: Crew Heads . . . Set Props, Eugene Richard, George Ballas: Hand Props, Pat Quick: Costumes, Louise Iohnson: Lights, Fred Kruse: Make-up, Gladys Lillmars: Scenery, Don Seifert: Publicity Chair- man, Rosemary Stoddard: Faculty Assistants, Mr. C. Cook, Miss Dorothy VanderKolk. CREW MEMBERSHIP . . . Set Props . . . Pat O'Connor, Tom Clock, Larry Iensen, Don Ryan, Natalie Haverkate, Priscilla Cahill. Maxine Ouwerkerk, Barbara Petty, Mary Lind Mulder, Beverly Lewis, Lillian Policha. Hand Props . . . Nona Lederer, Alice Hansen. Mary Iorgensen, Arlene Olson, Donna Van- dermey, lack Bushong, Alyce Edmondson. Phyllis Belgrave, Io Ann Horan, Bob Hawkins, Shirley Rypstra. Costumes . . . Nina Van Eyck, Connie Switzer, Doris Erickson, Irene Dulardine, Rosalie Pat- rick. Marilyn Hagen, Francis Navin, Gerda Hager, Marva Paulson, Rosemari McShan- noclc, Pat Purdy, Mary Jorgensen, Pat Cahill, Alice Hanseth. Publicity . . . Dudley Van Epps, Gail Bull, Marilyn Raddatz, Ioyce Makie, Io Ann Horan, Marjorie Henry, Pat Paton, Ralph McCrea, Monte Sayles, Dick Thomas, Billie Peel, Thel- ma Warner, Harold Bloornquist, Peggy Voeg- ler, Connie Switzer. Lights . . . Marvin Bremer, Don Sundberg, Bar- bara Baldus, Ira Vail, Ray Winkel. Make-Up . . . Maxine Hoffman, Ioyce Wal- worth, Barbara Matson, Helene Kieft. Nancy Smith, Barbara Baldus, Sally Lundeen. Yvonne Hall, Donna Eardley, Ioyce Wilks, Marilyn Rollenhagen, Mary Lind Mulder. Scenery . . . Ioyce Bordeaux, Paul Cooper. Betty Newhouse, Helen Dykstra, Larry Ny- blade, Dick Peters, Lois Larson, IoAnn Lang, Marguerite Stelle, Harriette Peterson, Walter Zbojniewicz, Russel Hendrick, Clayton Iohn- ston, Meredith Price, Olive Weaver, Bob Schuitema, Pat Dowd, Connee Plouhar. Page fifty-seven MASQUE PLAY '- Baldus, Patricia PuYdY , .. Iahnston, Bcxrurrru. ' Sh ldon DOH Harold Bloomquist' Lows bchroclfgl i::xiHOnDick Denniscn, Gml Bull. Marilyn 9 Len ho right' hom mwnpcxulv Stein, NUHCY smith' Bobb ' ru Gergla Huqer. BSVHIY Peterson' Lefgym rligsimfgclslczfgggmey. Fred Wilder. Vivien Sterling, Stri JSY. i , ,, ,,,..,..f- V., CAST OF CHARACTERS Ur fm M UM in :lm onlvr M 6 c,15Q Num. Cuwll N muh- Cum-ll O f . r . ,..i ..i.i i cfl'lu,lis90f10Vff1Ih'5cH0o ikgfaiw'-iii' , nf-1 .,,... Dunk DQ,-le ..,,... Mm Rumlllv--,.. in which they :paul .,.....,.........,....Viuian Slerlinn Mlnvy Smilh bhuilvn Shelclnn .. .flnyrufi lolimmu .....,.. Hnrhum Bahlus Pal Purdy md: Den.-xm- liiug Iiulfliliiu ,....., .............,........ Ba h Cmmlnlf Genevieve Janes ....... ..,,..,,.. D anna Van-larhley Mrs .limes .,...................... . .....,.......... Garda Hagar Prem" num, nn.l...Qr 'mud .,.,..,... ..,...........,... 1 ff.-if Wifdi-r T. Nan-Inu Todrl .....,., ,,.., ..,......., I f nmld lihmmquiul link' Hou-lil-iss ,.., ,...... . . ....,..,...,.......,... Cnil Bull Dr. liloilgelt ..,,...., ..,..,.,. Le mi: Schmrl Ulm.-1 Ryan ......., ....,..,.,..... P mil Siem H Billy .. .......,. .,..........,.....,....,...,......,.......... Du n Siribluy IZ u E' ' Q1-ff THE scenes 'LUT- P 9 In The mmpus mom ul' the Cnxsell home in Elmwood N A ngnnu-I Proflurffl with spicrhfncrhn ACT ONE By S"""" An afternoon in lm M-ffl-. nu: lnlemulsslon ACT 'DVC Scene I. Ku Afternoon. lhree weelu Inter. about April ?.0!h Scene 2, Twu wrr-hx lam. uhm-A Mny 411. By Flon-uri' R5""mn and Colin C Inman!! lulem-Lulnn SENIOR HIGH Acr mms AUDWORIUM sm.. 1. 11.. ..nf...n.m nf in. ...ii .l.y. NOV, l-1-H' 'on Semi 2. Several hmm I-ner. 5.60 I' "" .J Z ' aafzendficl Qffllnnead v r r 1 f David McDonald! Extempore Zndg Margery Stellesflxiempoxe lstg Helen vvelshe Oraiozy Znclg Ethel Ladas-Oxatoxy lstg Gerda Hager-Declan-lation lstg Beverly Peterson-Declamation 2nd. Marvin Bremer and Gladys Lillmars, two of our student announcers, showing what goes on at VVKBZ every Wednesday at 4:30. Dram- atics students have the opportunity of writing and arranging the script and presenting news over the air, on the "Prep Parade", which also features Heights and North Muskegon High schools. KAMPUS KALTENBORNS K l .9 I Elltll part of the brain is ir.'1j1ml11nl mul only when all are rooperaliug does il funclion smoothly. All men are inlporlfmt and only through demons!-mlions as above will nations have harmony and peace, Page sixty 0 ice 643214 Always One More Name to Check: Mrs. Iune Fonger, Registrar. Miss Mildred Pierson. Clerk. Carol Vcmderzyl, Linda Gonzales. lung Luke. und Marjorie Henry i .4 .E 44 lst Row. Left to Right: Dick Stevens. Norman Nichols, Dick Thomas, Donna Eardley. Fred Wilder. Second Row: Louise Iohnson, Barbara Nichols, Louise Cooper, Margaret Sturnis, Pat Dexterl-rouse. Iackie Morgan. Dick Bartlett. Iohn Van Eeanenam, Harvey Anderson, Gus Ballas, Nancy Gassison, Beverly Carlson, Katherine Denhof, Ioann Vanderwerp, Aloha Christian, Doris Lloyd. Third Row: Marilyn Baddatz. Arlene Tillema, Beverly Howard. Betty Dobberstein, Donna Cooper, Doris Pickle, Doris Stamen, Bill Stelle, Byron Guthiel, Harold Bloomquist. Miss Dorothy VanderKo1k, Sylvia Iorgenson. Mary Renken- berger, Frances Groendal, Helen Beckman. Beverly Munson, Helen VanderLeest, Norma Burdick, Ierry Lane. Sluclenlf Banned President ...........................,,....... Richard Thomas Vice-President .,.... ...... N orman Nichols Secretary ........ ....... D onna Eardly Treasurer ..... .....................,.. P red Wilder Advisor .,... ..... M iss Della Vanderkolk Page sixty-one First Row. Lelt to Right: Marilyn Lundborg, lulia Bojas, Edith Kring, Charles Kelly, Mary Dyer, Crisis Bojas, Anne Burman, Alex Anderson, Paula Haga, Marguerite Stelle, Fred Wilder, Laura Holthe, Doreen Iverson, Virginia Peel. Lois Carlson, Marilyn Carlson, Ioyce Danielson. A Second Row: Miss Vandegriit, Esther Ryelield, Beverly Howard, Phyllis Bushwell. Pearl Hazelbrook. Harold Larsen, Robert Mayrose. Ned Saums, Nancy Taylor, lean Lucke, Donna Hendricks, Romanza Weeks, Marion Helling, Maxine Iohnston. Rosella Wolf, Bonnie Doane, Eleanor Jennings. Hoyt Pearson, Adrian Poort. Helen Fowler, Arlene Vriesman, Nina Van Eyck, Miss Fuller. Third Row: lim Pletcher, Don Sewell. Cecil Kirsting, Bob Medendorp, Byron Gutheil, Dorace Erickson, Doris Kotlewski, Betty Bromley, Iacqueline Medendorp. Ioan Dennison. Kathryn Magdic, Nona Lederer, Helen Welsh. Diane Thomp- son, Doris Aue, Atlene Tilema, Muriel Titus, Don Iohnson, Mary lane Stewart, Carol Charles, Natalie Haverkate, Ierry Loss, Nancy Anderson. Ray Winkel, Viven Sterling. e04'lJf8'l-Udjiafi To date the Conservation Club has had as their biggest project the planting of 150,000 trees on the 240 acres poorly suited to agri- culture but adaptable to reforestation. Planting trees is not the only aim of the club. Fire lanes have been maintained, covers for game have been constructed and a well sunk. The club hopes to construct a log cabin clubhouse overlooking the creek. A huge amphitheater in the center of the 200 acres reclaimed is also desired. The land and growth surrounding it, make an ideal location for such a theater. The creek is also going to be restocked with trout, and it will furnish a good fishing site for Muskegon's anglers. During football season from 1.000 to 3,000 hotdogs were prepared each week by volun- teer workers for sale at the stadium. Funds so earned helped to finance club activities. There were some 70 volunteers for fire-fighting squads organized in response to the call from county officials. Very successful Conservation stamp sales were handled in Senior High and grade schools. As a further money-making project the club sold tickets for the Rotary In- Page sixty-two ternational lecture course. Proceeds irom sales went to the high school group. The Atomic Ball sponsored by the group added substantially to the club funds. A portion of this was given to the fund for the memorial plaque. Appropriate club pins were adopted for the first time this year. Pleasure and educational profit were com- bined in various boat and bicycle excursions, and regular sleigh ride, beach party meetings arranged for club members. Members will long remember the pancakes and coffee pre- pared by Mr. Ferris and Mr, Manning. Much credit for the success of a very full and varied year's program should go to Fred Wilder, president for three successive semesters. The county conservation department has cooper- ated splendidly in providing transportation, loaning equipment and generally advising activities. Miss Fuller and Miss Vandergrift rate high in fine adult sportsmanship and counsel. Splendid organization, co-operation, and wise direction have achieved an enviable record of achievement for the year. .1 l A i.4 l 1 Hi-Y First row! -Fred Wilder, Iim Perry, Fred Kruse and Count. Sherman Poppen, Jack Hoppus. Second row-Dick Stevens. Don Stribley, Dick Bartlett, lim Fish. Ted Barrett, Norman Nichols, Iohn Vanlilenanam, Tom Faison. Gene Cannon, Don Griesbach. Third row-Mr. Beedon, Curtis Iaccthson, Ralph Mr:Crea, lack Bushong, Francis Beedon. Dave Stearns, Ray Fleckin- stein, Don Klooster, Bill Stelle, Don Spyke. GIRL RESERVE First Row-Nancy Iarvis, Pat O'Connor. Hazel Gudelsky. Beatrice Fillius. Second Row-Betty Karkeet, Connie Plouwer, Anne Newmeister. lean Rambow, Marion McDonald. Ioyce Patow, Pearl Hazelbrook, Nancy Smith, Donna Eardly, Charlene Hilt, Barbara Nichols, Ruth Mary Nelson. Betty Iohnson. Louise Cooper, Fern Connell, Maxine Gudelsky, Iill Bushong, Nancy Harris. Ioyce Iohnson. Ierry Lane, Doris Snyder, Ioan Stern, Nancy Nichols. Third RowdEdith Cook. Marilyn Timrner, Barbara Eggleston, Peggy Nobes, IoAnn Horne, Iudy Coye, Beverly Peter- son, Iulia Ouwerkerk, Nancy Kellogg. Natalie Haverkate, Delores Smith. Kay Graves, Io Hutchenson. Frances Verburg, fElsa Johnson, LaVonne Blanchette, Frances Ryan. Norma Burdick. Shirley Ferguson, advisor, Marguerite BE!?9?lr Page sixty-three Gmmeaia First row left to right-Mary Lind Mulder ltreasurerl, Pat Quick Cpresidentl, Marilyn Raddatz Nice-Presidentl, Iudy Coye KS:-acretcxryl. Second row left to right- -Irene Clausen, Barbara Eggleston, Nancy Harris, Mary Schoener, Ioan Stem, Marian Mac- Donald, lean Rambow. Connie Plaubor, Laura Holthe. Beverly Carlson, Charlene Hilt. Barbara Nichols, Rosemary McShannock. Marva Sanford. Ioan Schalk. Pat Purdy, Gladys Lillmars, Ruth Mary Nelson Virginia Hudson. Third row left to right-lane Danloii, Barbara Petty, Nancy Kellog, Iccnet Gibson, Nancy Scouten, Betty Karkeet. Paula Haqa, Iulia Ouwerkerk, Beverly Peterson. Marguerite Stelle, Welma Nyquist, Betty Hartwell. Darleen Waldron, Phyllis Belgrave, lean Kimball. Ioan Horan, Advisor, Miss Ruth Dykstra. genale 1 1 First Row, Lett to Right: Patricia O'Connor, Betty Dobberstein, Iane Pringle, Beverly Munsen, Dorothy Farber. Second Row: Betty Kraft, Alyce Edmondson. Sally Collinge, Ioyce Iohnson, Kathleen Denhoi, Ardis Benson, Bonnie Wright, Margaret Williams, Donna Siplon. Marion Helling. Barbara Patterson, Maxine Gudelsky, Irma Iane Briggs, Norma Etterrnan, Lois Ielier. Ioyce Maki, Hariet Peterson, Doris Swinton. Third Row: Marilyn Halberg, Edith Cook. lean Mary Peterson. Ioan Vanderwerp. Marilyn Alkema, Lois Leaf. Elsa Iohnson, Nona Lederer, Lorraine Thedorli, Arlene Olsen. Francis Navin, Helene Kieit, Dawn Sietsma, Dorothy Grien- wald, Rith Anderson, Lois Flikema, Marva Noor, Demaris Fuller, Lillian Olson. Marcia Christiansen. Page sixty-four if!-.5 If ff" A I -- ,I-1 I X N i A n L I ' 1 I .A U InIIIHIMHIIHIMII!llama!fill!! In'.m.IIIIlll.i url 7'521ff?e0LfGaEE Qfoaffynu 'Bgo5fg33'nm2n9 0 C9 7291521 I yl1lll'K61w4lllII'r 1w,gulll?"'r!ll E, lil csfm YW, Y Y if ,TY FOOTBALL SQUAD Top rowJBackstrom, DeVette, Butterlield, Prishette, Vail, Kalsbeek, Boerman, Beckquist, Pierre, Nichols. 3rd row-C.L. Redmond lCoachl, White. Nienow, Ohs, Peterson, Moore. Barrett, McNitt, Sikkenga, H. E. Potter lAsst.J. 2nd row-Iones, Younis, Anderson, Scraver, Arneberg, Clark, Arnson, Allen, Lintjer. - Bottom row-DeForest, Reynolds, Bultemcr, Carr, Stenholm, Kersh. Homom, Roach. FOOTBALL The Big Reds had an excellent record last season winning eight games and losing one. This one was the heartbreaker against the Heights, which was lost 7 to 6. Leading scorer of this was speedy Ted Barrett who scored 97 of the team's points. The Captain was our All-State guard, Bob Clark. -Seniors on the first squad include lack Younts, end: Don Arneberg, center: and Bob McNitt half back. The team was runner-up for State champion- ship and also for Southwest conference championship. Here are the scores: Muskegon Muskegon ............ Muskegon ............ Muskegon Muskegon ............ Muskegon ............ Muskegon ...,........ Muskegon Muskegon Catholic Central .. Flint .,..................i,.. Grand Haven ...... Benton Harbor ...,.. Holland ................., G. R. Creston ........ G. R. Ottawa Hills ..t,.. Kalamazoo .,.......... Heights ........ .... Page sixty-five First row-Pedler, Vanderwier, Dobberstein, Lorenz. Kalsbeek. Cotton, Sikkenga. Second row-H. E. Potter CCoach7, Carr. Piet, Bultema. DeForest, Vriesman. Slager, Prime, Kettler, Jones. gwwzrezz square Muskegon's basketball team, after a slow start, really came back fast and late in the Muskegon Muskegon Iackson ............ Mt. Pleasant .............. season to be one of the best teams in the Muskegon ............ Holland -----------4 state. Leading scorer for the team was guard Muskegon ............ KCIICHTIUZUO --------A--------- Bill Pedler, who has another year. Seniors on Muskegon BSI'-i011 HU1'b0I ---- t -----e-- the team were Captain lack Lorenz and For- ward Gerald Dobberstein. Fred Kalsbeck, tall Muskegon Muskegon ......,,..., Heights ........................ Grand Haven ..,......... center, and Bill Keifter, forward, completed the Muskegon ............ H0uC!1'1d ---------------------- quintet and are both juniors. The team had Muskegon ............ KCIICIIIIUZOO -------e---------- some tough breaks at first but came back Muskegon BGIUOH HCI1'b0I hard and fighting to win seven of their last Muskegon ......,..... Heights -A--------------------- -42 eight scheduled games. The scores for the Muskegon GIGHC1 HUV1-211 -'--f------- year are: MuskeqOI1 ............ Lansing Eastern Tournament Scores Muskegon .,.,,,.,.,.. Sl G. R. Central ...........-.. 34 Mugkeggn ,,,,,,,,,,,, 34 G. R. Catholic .4 ........... 30 Muskeggn ,,-.,,,,,,,, 28 Ottawa Hills 685 573 Page sixty-six , .file Saainq 7,1-GCA Began Track is oft to an early start due to the nice warm March weather. Coach Redmond has forty boys working out on Hackley Field. Let- termen from last year's team include -Ben DeVette, high and low hurdles, who last year won the State Class A low hurdles: Ted Bar- rett. dash and broadjump: Ed Bell, hurdles cmd high jump: Bill Quail, dashes: Lloyd Ter- Berg, mile: Don Arneberg, shot put: and Iohn Dolislager, high jump. The team will com- pete against Holland and the Heights in dual meets and enter the Reginals and State finals. Several other events are also listed including the state indoor and the Temple Cuprneets. Gamknanafa Bukelfiall Page sixty-seven Kuala!! Wnzfwzwaq The spring weather has also brought a large turnout for Coach Potter's baseball team. The team has a heavy schedule this year and will have to be good to capture their Bth con- secutive conference championship. Letter winners from last year include Don White, pitcher: Harry Bultema. outfielder: Bob Sik- kenga, infielder: and Torn Carr, catcher. There are about 60 out for the team practicing regu- larly at Marsh Field with the first game here April 18 with Holland Christian. The schedule ISI April Holland Christian .........,..., here April ........ Lansing East .......,.., ....,l. t here April ..,...,. Flint Northern ..,...,. .here April ........ Holland Christian .............. there May Muskegon Heights there May Grand Haven ...................... here May Holland ..................... ......, t here May May Benton Harbor ..... ..,....., h ere May Holland ............... g .... ......... h ere May Kalamazoo ......................,... here May Muskegon Heights .here May Grand Haven ....... there lune Iune Flint Northern .........,,.....,... there Lett to Right-Supt. C. W. Bemer and Principal George Manning. Muskegon High School: Principal C. F. Bolt. Mus- kegon Heights High School: C. D. McNarnee: C. W. Sundquist: Supt. Max Smith, North Muskegon High School: Henry Elliott. Muskegon Heights High School Board Member. Greater Muskegon Football Banquet given by the Muskegon Elks Lodge 274. The Lodge presented C. W. Sundquist with a Parker pen and pencil set in recognition ol his long period ot service as Faculty Manager of Athletics for Muskegon High School. Page six ty-eight My 7fnilliug lffomenl' I'm sure you've gone fishing. lust about everyone has. But have you ever gone trout fishing? I If you have, you'll understand all this but if you haven't I'd like to tell you about one ot the greatest sports I know. I awoke about 4:30 in the morning and, after eating breakfast, I drove to Cleveland Creek. Then started the fun. lust as the sun rose out of the east I put on my hip boots and fixed my polepprior to the big task at hand. After all was in readiness I began to wade into the stream. It is difficult to explain the sensation of the water swirling around your legs and still not getting you wet. Then I found the hole I was looking for. Perfect for trout. The current swerled under the embank- ment among a bunch of tangled roots. The trout like roots for protection. I tossed my fly down by the hole and tried to make it seem alive. Suddenly I felt my pole jump, and I knew I had hooked my trout. Now I had to be careful, just easing him up. Then when he was close enough I hoisted him out of the water into my landing net. I then put him into my creel which, when filled with damp grass, doesn't make the fish smell up. After catching him, I moved to the shore and laid him upon it. I had caught, for my- self, a nine-inch rainbow trout, and I think I was the happiest fellow in the world. I took him home and, like all proud fisher- men, I had hirn stuffed and put on the mantle for everyone to see. The most wonderful part about trout fishing, though, is not catching the fish. It's getting up early in the morning, driving out to be alone with mother nature who, at this time of the year is at her prettiest, and while wading around in the beautiful brook you can breathe the fresh air, and then you get the feeling that life is wonderful and you want to live. Don Ryan Page sixty-nine Q.-1 Q4 - . . A . . R- gy Q. 4. .4 Front Bow Lett to Right: I. Page. B. Burr, N. Cannell. A. Saxton. A. Benson, S. Simpson, I. Danielson, B. Hiegler. S. Peterson, B. Todd. C. Bozas, L. Holthe, I. Briggs, B. Carlson, E. Smith, B. Anderson, H. Gudelslcy, K. Kimball, M. Gudelsky, E. Young, V. Anderson, B. Piper, C. Hilt, R. M. Nelson, M. Helling, S. Collinge, E. Sptyma, B. Karkeet, D. MacDonald, F. Connell, N. Burdick. Second Row: B. Wright, M. Edick, D. Lloyd, W. Linton. Third Row: K. Dawson. P. Beauvais, M. Noble. M. I. Stewart, Miss Snow, E. Aue, D. Aue, I. Pringle, B. Munson, B. Knapp, M. Sturrus, M. Anderson, L. Leaf, A. Bergman. P. Hazelbrook, C. Nelson. L. -Blanchette, K. Graves, I. Bowsma. D. Siplon, D. Kotlewski, L. Erickson, F. Breen, H. Dykstra, E. Blow, P. Bell, D. Iensen, M. Noor, D. Puller, M. Rollen- hagen, R. Cramer. L. Olsen, P. Nobes, D. Thompson. T. I-liner. D. Campbell, D. Iensen. Fourth Row: B. Howard, A. Tillema, P. Potter, N. Anderson, B. Potter. B. Peterson, I. Ouwerkirk. O. Weaver. D. Hilton, I. Gudelsky, P. Harrell, B. Iackson, K. Springdort, B. Cochran. B. Buitendorp. N. Kellogg. M. Mulder, E. Boorman, D. Fielstra, D. Farber. I. Etterman, M. Scouten, N. VcmEyke. N. Smith, A. Flickerna, D. Grinnewald, R. Hop. R. Anderson. V. Hudson, I. Vanderwerp. Forensics: David MacDonald. first: Marguerite Stelle, second-Extemporary. Ethel Ladus. first: Helen Welch, second --Oratorical. Gerda Hager. lirst: Beverly Peterson. second-Dramatics. To HAZEL GUDELSKY goes the unique dis- tinction of being the first girl in the history of our high school to win the coveted 3-star M as a Iunior. Some 8 or 9 girls have won this award in their Senior year but no junior has ever accumulated enough honor points to win it until Hazel achieved that honor. She has been actively interested in and associated with G.A.A. ever since 7th grade, serving as G.A.A. president while in Iunior High School and acting on the G.A.A. Board of Directors in Senior High as well as many committees. Al- though there were no more honor points for her to win, she has been out for every sport this year, playing on the hockey, basketball, volleyball, and baseball teams and bowling regularly every week. A special award is be- ing given her for her outstanding sportsman- ship and general athletic ability. Pa ge seventy l 1-Basketball winners-Front row: A. Tillerna and P. Hazel brook. Back row: B. Peterson. K. Kimball, and A. Bergman. Dora White, graduated in February lnot in picturel and Betty Knapp inot in pictureln 2-All Star Basketball Team-Front row: D. Hilton, I. Briggs Cscore keeperl, E. Spytma, B. Iackson, K. Kimball, D. Fuller ltime lceeperl, E. Smith, K. Springsdort. Back row: B. Anderson. I. Owerkerk, M. Noor, B. Peterson, B. Potter, and P. Potter. 3-Kay Kimball, President ot G.A.A. 4-Senior Class winners oi Hockey Tournament-Front row: K. Graves and H. Dykstra. Back row: B. Buitendorp. K. Kimball, L. Erickson, H. Gudelsky. and M. Stelle. 5-Hazel Gudelsky, iirst winner oi 3-star M while a junior. Has more G.A.A. points than any other girl. Special award. 6-Iunior class winners in basketball-Front row: R. Dykstra, L. Blanchette, and K. Kimball. Back rowYB. Buitendorp, H. Gudelsky, K. Kimball, C. Radel, and D. Hilton. Basketball Hazel Gudelsky, lulia Ouwerkirk, Beverly Pet- November 20, approximately 40 girls turned out for the iirst basketball practice under the direction of Miss Marcia Snow. Two tourna- ments were played. The first was intra-mural, the second was played between classes. Team four, of the intra-mural league won, with Kay Kimball as their captain. The team con- sisted oi: Dora Ann White, Arla Bergman, Arlene Tillema, Beverly Peterson, Pearl Hazel- brook, Betty Knapp, and MyraBelle Roberts. In the class tournament the seniors walked away with top honors. Phyliss Potter was their captain, and members of her team were the following: Hazel Gudelsky, Donna Hilton, Ruth Hoekenga, Kay Graves, Lavenne Blanch- ette, Kay Kimball, Barbara Buitendorp, Helen Dykstra, and Caryl Radel. After these two tournaments, were over, 13 girls were selected for an All Star team. These girls played two games with girls from the Heights. They lost the first game, but staged a good comeback to win the second. The players from Muske- gon were: Kathleen Springsdorf, Donna Hilton, erson, Barbara Potter, Marva Noor, Evelyn Sytsma. Evelyn Smith, Betty Anderson, Phyliss Potter, Betty Jackson, and the captain, Kay Kimball. Volleyball Miss Ernestine Emboden was advisor for the girls volleyball teams this year. The sen- iors had one team captained by Kathleen Springsdort, juniors three, captained by Phyliss Bell, Betty Jackson, and loann Vander- werp. The sophomores have two teams cap- tained by Louise Iohnson and lane Danielson. The freshmen who came out for volleyball for the first time had three teams led by Altha Dobberstein, Ruth McDonald, and Mary Schrier. Seniors participating in the volley- ball tournament were: Kay Kimball, Phyllis Potter, Kathleen Dawson, Hazel Gudelsky, LaVonne Blanchette, Kay Graves, Donna Hil- ton, Barbara Buitendorp, Nancy Smith, Lor- raine Erickson, Helen Dykstra and the captain. Page seventy-one Jlacfzeq The first of the girl's sports got underway October 10. It was one of the most exciting tournaments of the season. The seniors won first place, sophomores second, juniors third, and the freshmen fourth. The senior girls were captained by Lorraine Erickson. Members of the team were: Kay Kimball, Shirley Cone, Hazel Gudelsky, Lavonne Blanchette, Dora Ann White, Caryl Radel, Barbara Buitendorp, Mary Stiener, and Helen Dykstra. Captains of the freshmen, sophomores, and juniors were respectively: Iulia Bozas, Ruth Anderson, and Betty Karkeet. Miss Harriett Reid was the ad- visor. 65" Nea I7 g E Kuala!! 7en4uJJ. As this article is being written these sports have not begun, but plans are being made for them. Baseball, as usual will be played as a Round-Robin tournament and games will be held at either Wilson field or Park Avenue playgrounds. Tennis games will probably be played at the Park Avenue tennis courts again this year. Golf will be offered this year if enough girls are interested and transportation can be secured. ' ' Page scvcfnlyitzuo Swimming classes were started at the Y.M. C.A. with Miss Betty Brown as instructor. lun- ior and senior life saving badges were won by several of the girls. Girls that reported either Fridays or on Wednesday were: Irma Briggs, Sally Collinge, Beverly Carlson, Lor- raine Erickson, Demaris Fuller, Kay Graves, Laura Holthe, Beverly Howard, Kay Kimball, Betty Karkeet, Caryl Radel, Doris Snyder, Pat O'Connor. fs IYIX QQ" E - 141 Rowling Nearly 70 girls reported every Thursday at the Michigan Bowling Alleys for the girl's bowling tournament. The Rollerettes and the Gutterettes were tied for second place with 16 wins and 10 losses apiece. The Bluebirds and Strikettes were in a dead-lock for 3rd place with 15 wins and ll losses. The follow- ing seniors reported for bowling: Kay Kimball, Iayce Etterman, Donna Siplon, Lorraine Erick- son, Lavonne Blanchette, Caryl Radel, Kay Graves, Barbara Cochran, Barbara Buiten- dorp, Hazel Gudelsky, Donna Hilton, Helen Dykstra, Nina Van Eyck, Dorothy Farber, Fay Breen, Mary Lind Mulder, and Betty Shultz. t 1 w l l I J , 1 . J K K i First row lei! to riqhi--Spero Drelles, Harvey Decrter Second row-Paul Cooper, Dick Peters, Don Scholten, Fred Wierengo, Ioe Iohnson, Marvin Bremer. Larry Nyblcrde. lack Lindstrom. 'Ihird row'--'Martin Bomers, Miles Cluli, Charles Neal. Mrs. Larson, Harry Bullema, Bob Linlier. Icrck Lorenz, Ken Brower, Ed Froelick, Marvin Carlson. No picture, Bill Pedler. x - ' Enya eanfauzq eladd Pfzgr' seventy'--tlzree 1.2 14 Gomnullfeed The following is a list of committees for Iune graduation activities. Committee chair- men will be held responsible for carrying out the duties of their committees and contacting their respective committee members. Com- mittee operations should be taken care of as early in the semester as possible. There is much to do and time is surprisingly short. For questions about committee duties and di- rection in their execution contact the class president or either Miss Dorothy VanderKolk, room 209: or Mr. Cook, Room 311, .class ad- visors. Note: Home room numbers are listed after committee members' names. COMMITTEES: Clerical , Chr. Gerda Hager 113, Wilma Garber 113, Verna Medendorp 120 Announcements Chr. Connie Plouhar 210, Darleen Waldron 107, Pat Purdy 111, Ioyce Etterman 113. Io Ann Horan 120, Delores Karpowicz. Ioan Schalk 210, Thelma Conroy, Annex Name Cards Chr. Natalie Haverkate 210, Dorothy Far- ber 107, Tom Clock 111, Don Gustafson 113, Phyllis Belgrave 120, Clayton Iohn- ston 120, Vivian Sterling 210, lack Schimke. Annex Caps and Gowns Chr. Martin Ferm 113, Harold Woliiis 107, Ed Carlson 111, Helen Fowler 113, Don Arneberg 120, Fred Kruse 120, Shirley Rypstra 210, Tim Boone, Annex, Doris Fuhrmann 113 Commencement Chr. Paul Stein 107, Ioyce Gallup 107, Betty Newhouse 120, Constance Switzer 107 Baccalaureate Chr. Barb Mattson 111, Paul Swanson 107. Iirn Rolfe 210 Decorations for Baccalaureate Chr. Doris Swinton 107, Beverly Teegardin 107, Don Arneberg 120 Banquet Gen. Chr. Ralph McCrea 120 Program Chr. Bill Vanclerwerp 107, Yvonne Hall 113, Francis Navin 120 Invitations Chr. Louise Iohnson 120, Pat O'Connor 120 Tickets - ' Chr. Lloyd, Hoekenga 210 tName card committee will handle tickets? Decorations Chr. Rose Hoekenga 210, Bettyjane Pippin 120, Rosalie Patrick 120 ' Menu Chr. Pat Paton 120, Helen Keiit 120, Art Pierre 120, Harold Bloomquist 120 Picnic Committee Gen. Chr. Mary 'Lind Mulder 111 Transportation Chr. DeVere Boyd 120, Dick Peters 120, Gladys Lillmars 111 Entertainment Chr. Kay Kimball 120, Caryll Radel 210, Don Ryan 210 Menu Chr. Catherine VonGlahn 107, Larry Ny- blade 120, Donna VanderMey 107 Preparation Chr. Marguerite Stelle 107, Bob Schuitema 107, Marilyn Rollenhagen 111 Clean up Chr. Dudley VanEpps 107, Walt Lutrey 120, Ioyce Makie 120 Page seventy-five : : J I I ' W I N arne Doris Mae Allen ..,..............,.. ...,.... Dolores Lorraine Ambrose Marian Louise Andersen ,.,, Marion Rae Anderson ...,.., Don Ioseph Arneberg ...... Edith May Aue ..........,A....,.. Irene Io Avdek ,A.........,,.....,,, Arthur William Backstrom ., Barbara Iune Baldus .......... George Peter Ballas .....,.. Bernt Melz Beaulieu ....,...... Curtis Edward Behrens ..... Phyllis Ruth Belgrave .,...... Marie Antoinette Bender .,....,... ,....... Lettie Ieannette Bendickson William lulius Benke, Ir. ,. Vemice Ioyce Black .....,.... Lavonne Helen Blanchette .. Harold John Bloomquist ....,. Richard H. Boaz ,.,..,.,,. .. Bette Lee Bolen ..,......,,. Timothy Arl Boone ...... Doris lean Boonstra ,......, Ioyce M. Bordeaux ....,. Donald L. Bosma ........ Angeline Bowmaster ...,.. DeVere Robert Boyd .i,... Doreen Bradford .....,........ Faye Rachel Breen ,,.,....... Richard Robert Brezinski .... Doris Elaine Brott .......,.... May Marie Brow .............. Phyllis Mae Brufladt .....,... Barbara lane Buitendorp .,.. Gail Yvonne Bull ,.,..........., lack Caswell Bushong ,...... lack Butteriield ...,.,..,..,,,,. Patricia I. Campbell ........ Betty lane Carey .....,.... Edwin G. Carlsen ........ William H. Carlyon ...,.... lack Louis Charles ..,........ Aloaha loyce Christian ..... lay Eileen Clancy ,....,,... Robert Erlon Clark ....,,,...,r. Thomas Claud Clock, Ir. .. Barbara Lois Cochran .,..,.. Thelma Ieanne Conroy r.... Barbara lane Cook ,....... C. Paul Cooper ,.,.,.,,,,.. lean Carol Cottrell ...... Iune Ann Cox ........,..,..,.,.,.,. Robert Mason Crandall ....., Helen Francese Crankshaw David Arthur Cribbs .,..,...., Edward Irvin Decker ...r.,..,.,.. ,,,.,,, Wilma I. DeHorn .,..,...,........ Mariorie lean DeMaar ,...... Ben Charles DeVette ...... Caroline Dickson ..,,,,.,,,.,,,,,, Gerald Don Dobberstein ....... .....,r Virginia Ann Dostert ..,.... Particia Ann Dowd ....,... Grace Ellen Duff .............. Helen Maxine Dunst ,..... Helen Mae Dykstra ,..,.,.,.... Donna Jeanne Eardlev . ,,,,,,,,rA ,,,,,, . 4 Alyce Virginia Edmondson ,r,.,, . ..,,,, Paula Rose Engle ,........ .. ........ Virqinia Elaine Ensign ..,.. E. Lorraine Erickson .....,,. Rovert Iohn Essenberg ...,. Simian! fbiaeelevuf Address Course 2438 1-GTGHG St- ........... ,......... B ooklceeping and Accounting 1917 Commerce St. ...,, ,,.,..,,..,.,.,,,..,...,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,, S ecretr-rial 921 Ireland St. ,.......,,. ..,,,,,.......,,.,.. C ollege Preparatory 293 E. Forest Ave. .,.,, ,,,.,...,,,,,,.,,.,...,.,.,,. G ent ral 412 Yuba St. .,................,.,, ,......,.. C ollege Preparatory 527 W. Hile Rd. ...,........,..,. ,.,,.,,,,, C ollege Preparatory Kensington Apts. Peck .......... College Preparatnry 3244 Thompson ............,... .......... C ollege Preparat wry 1535 Fifth St. .,,.........,,.. ..,....... C ollege Preparatc. -:y 549 Amity Ave. .......... ..,....... C ollege Preparatory 1877 Houston Ave. ....,. .. .,...... College Preparatory 1568 Apple Ave. ....... ,,.,.,,,,, C ollege Preparatory 470 E. Larch Ave. ,..... .,..,..... C ollege Preparatory 2151 Estes Street ,.... .. ..,.....,. College Preparatory 1153 Amity Sl. ,.,...... .. ,,,,,,.,,, ...,.,,,,.,,,,,,, G enelql 2030 BOUrdOn ...........,...... .......... C cllege Preparatory 1364 Marquette Ave. ..... . 1245 Pine St. ............ . 2229 Miner Ave. ...... . 2481 Wicham Aveq ..... . 495 Octavius St. ...... . 2228 Crozier Ave. 1115 Pine St. ....,.,.. . 457 Grand Ave. 640 Apple Ave. 569 Oak Ave. .... . 1450 Iohn St. ........... . 180 McLaughlin ..., 1529 Pine St. ..,... . 1621 Division ..,..,,... 2358 Greenwood ....... 2079 Crozier .,......,.. 1259 Ada ......,..,,,..,...,, 1438 Terrace St. ...... . 517 W. Webster ...... 1605 Sanford St. ....., . 2176 Sherman Blvd. 1928 Manor Drive . .,,. .. 1098 Aurora Ave. .... . 1653 Manz ,.,..,.,..,.,,,, 1895 Getty St. ..... . 1837 Greeley ...,,.,,,,,,, 180 Williams 37-C Forest Homes ...,.. 1580 Terrace St. ........ . 34 W. Grand Ave. ...,. .... . R. No. 4 Wolf Lake 1822 Iiroch St. .,,.......... . 1153 Allen Ave. ....,, . 1156 Staring St. .,..... . 1082 McLaughlin ...,.. 507 Houston Ave. ..., . 1882 Wood St. ,.,,....,,,,.,. 1729 Roy Street ..........,... 1954 Franklin Street 712 Leonard Street ...,....., , 291 E. Grand Avenue 1609 Terrace Street ....,,,..,.. ,..... , 841 Catherine Avenue .........General ................................Clerical ..........ColIege ...................Collt ge Preparatory Preparatory Cooperative Business Trairin ff ...................College ...................College Prepai atory Prep' tratory Cooperative Business Training ...................College Preparatory .....................................Sec1etarial ....................Secretarial .........,.....Geueral ..........Boolckeeping .........................Genera1 ........................Secretarial ..........................Accoi-ntinq .............College . ............... College Prep:-rotary Prep .tratory .........Techanical Machine Shop cretarial .General ..........College .............College P1 eparatory Preparatory ........Commercial- Accounting .......,.....College .........College ...................Co1lege ...................College 1 'reparatory 1 'reparatory Preparatory 1 'reparatory ..Bookkeeping and Accounting .Cooperative Business Trainina ...General ...................College Preparatory . .................,..... Secretarial ..General .....,...Co1lege Preparatory ...........................Sccretarial .........ColIege ........,..........College Preparatory Preparatorv ....-....................................Cfeneral .Bookkeeping and Accounting 1281 Emerson Avenue ........ v.,,. ,,,,,,,.Y.,,,, v,4, ,,4,,..AA4,g-, 5 E C 1- egmfiui 1346 Getty Street ......,...,. 2122 Ester Street ........ 1699 Beidler Street ........... 441 Catherine Avenue 707 Ruddiman Drive ....,. 1968 Mclllwraith Street 164016 Defense Avenue 1070 W. Dale Avenue 1622 Getty Street .......... 1920 Austin Street ...... 1967 Wood Street ...,... 1780 Iarman Street ..... ...,.......Genora1 ........General ........Genezal ..................,.........General ................................Genexal .........College .........College ......,..College .........College .........Co11ege Preparatory Preparatc ry Preparato ry Preparato ry Preparato ry ......................'.Secretari al .......Genei :xl Page .vczfcrrriy-serum 1 1 Name Address Course Ioyce Kathleen Etterman ..... Dorothy Carolyn Farber ....... Martin E. Perm .,,........... Leo Edward Fortier ............. Helen Virginia Fowler ,.... Doris Elaine Fuhrmann ..... Ioyce Arlene Gallup ..,... Wilma Maxine Garber .,... Kathryn Graves ..........,...,.. Lois Mae Groendal .....,.....,,,... Hazel Antoinette Gudelsky . .,.., ...... . Donald Gustafson ............,,,... Marilyn Dorothy Hagen ...,. Gerda Evelyn Hager . ..,....... .. Kathleen Ann Hagstrom ..,.. Yvonne Ieanne Hall ......... Lillian Marie Hams ,,..,... Alice Mae Hanseth ..,........... Shirley Mae Harmsen ..........,........ ........ Natalie Florence Haverkate ,.,.. .. ...... .. Nancy Ella Hawkins ................ ........ Pearl Lanore Hazelbrook ..l. Marjorie Magnolia Henry .....r ........ Donna lean Hilton ....... .......,. . .. .... Lloyd Stewart Hoekenga ...... Rose Marie Hoekenga ....... Evelyn Ruth Holtrop ,....,. . lohn Herbert Hoover ...... Io Ann Merle Horan ...... Iune Lucile Horton ......,..,... Naomi Elizabeth Hosto ..... Ruth Anna Hosto ............ Lois Maxine Houseman ..... Eugene T. Howard ,........ Ellen Marie Hyatt ...,..,....., Edward George Inglat ....... Sigrid Iverson ................,. Lois Ann Ielier ............ Betty Iune Iensen ............ lay lean Iirschele .,...,.v.......... Donald Eugene Iohnson ....,. Earl Watkins lohnson, lr. ..... . LeRoy Robert Johnson .,....,.. N. Louise Iohnson ............,.. Robert LaVeme Iohnson .......... ,....... Clayton Eugene Iohnston ........ ....... Beverly Louise Kamradt .....,.... ...... , . Ronald A. Kanaar ....................... ,...... ....... Delorese Antoinette Karpowicz ................. ........ Frank C. Kautlman ......,..... ......... . . .. ..............,.. . Helene lean Kieit ..... .... Ronald lack Kiett ..... lean Kimball ........,.....,. Katherine Kimball ............ Ioel Fredrick Kleeves .....,. Ronald Allan Klinkner ....... Bessie Irene Kodish ........... Harold Mansel Koelbel ..... Donna Marie Kooi .......... Herbert Ernest Kops .,.i..... Robert Ierome Kowalski ...... Eugene P. Kramer .,,...,.,,,.. Frederick Arthur Kruse ..... Shirley Ioyce Kuipers ,,.... Ioan Marie Lange .i.... Lois Isabel Larson ...... Betty lane Lawson ,........,.,, lacaueline Mae Leat ,.,......... Gladys Elizabeth Lillmars ........ ......,, Donna Louise Little ....,.,... 1991 Lake Shore Drive 1350 Marquette Ave. ,. 1578 Iiroch St. .....,....... . 1519 Glen Ave. .,,,. . 1338 Fourth St. ...,... . 1193 Princeton ....,..... 1466 Hudson St. .... . 482 Amity Ave. 1350 Pine ..,...,...,............ 598 N. Brooks Hd. ....... . 246 McLaughlin Ave. . 2239 Miner Ave. .......... . 458 Marquette Ave. 1999 Morton Ave. 1327 Leonard St. . ..... . 2153 Estes St. ............ . 896 Kampenga Ave. .... . 1348 Lake Shore Dr. .... . 1309 Fleming Ave. ..,.. .........Co1lege Preparatory .........College Preparatory .,.,.....College Preparatory .....,...Co11ege Preparatory .........College Preparatory .....,,.......,.......,Secretarial ........,....,.,.,,......Genera1 ..........Secretarial . ,,.. .....,,... S ecretarial ,,....,..,...,.,,.........,.General .................,,.......,,....Clerical .,.......Co1lege Preparatory .,,......1........,.,,Secretarial ............,..........Secretaria1 ..,..,...Colleqe Preparatory . .,,........,........,.... Accounting .........College Preparatory ...,..,..College Preparatorv ......,....,..........,Secretarial 2293 Morton Aye. ......,,....... .......,, C ollege Preparatory 1062 Washington Ave. ......... College Preparatory 2342 Greenwood .....,........ ,.,......,,..,,. C ollege Preparatory 179 Hall .,........,....,........... ..,................ C allege Preparatory 2464 Cutler Ave. ,.... ..... .,,..... B o okeeping and Accounting 1350 Filth St. .........,..., . 1064 McLaughlin Ave. Bookkeeping and Accounting ..............,.......College Preparatory 234 Strong Ave. ............... ........................................., C lerical isss Dyson st. ............, . 821 W. Grand Ave. .,.... . 686 Leonard Ave. ..,... 1109 Pine St. .,.. ..,... . 1109 Pine St. ...... . 196 Irwin . .............. 1716 Ellwood St. ..,... . 2111 Miner Ave. ......,,. . 297 W. Larch Ave. 1576 Hudson St. ........ . 1692 New St. .... ..... . 508 Houston Ave. ..... . 119 C Loop Rd. ........ . .........Co1lege Preparatory .........College Preparatory .........................General .........................General ............................General ................................Clerical .........College Preparatory .........College Preparatory ...............................General .........College Preparatory .........College Preparatory .......................Secretarial ....................Col1ege Preparatory 1568 Westland Rd. .... ................................................. G eneral 1419 Ridge Ave. ........ .. ........ Bookkeeping and Accountind 741 W. Grand Ave. ...,. ....................... C ollege Preparatory 547 Houston Ave. .... . 2226 Estes St. ....... ,. .................,.....Co1lege Preparatory ........,Bookkeepinq and Accounting B. No. 4 ..........,.... . .....,..... .................... C ollege Preparatory 324 Dratz St. .........,......... . 1073 Aurora Avenue 214 W. Dale Ave. ........... . 1182 W. Summit ........ 324 Merriel Ave. .,,. . 1495 Terrace St. ......, . 77 W. Forest Ave. ...... . 77 W. Forest Ave. 214 Washington Ave. 1409 Sanford St. ...... . 871 Fleming Ave. ...... . 1319 lefferson St. ..., . 478 Mueder St. ....... . 890 E. Irwin Ave. .... . 317 W. Dale Ave. ...... . R54 Gettv St. .............. . 1541 Clinton St. ......... . 1060 Emerson Ave. ....... . 1 147 Washington Ave 1062 First St. .............., 3420 Fulton St. .... . 2237 Estes St. .....,. . 2296 1'.arch Ave. ....,, . 1076 Ambrosia St. ..... . Petty lane Livingston .............. ........ TI 542 Ducey Ave. ........ . David Eugene Livingston ,..,.... ,,,...i. A 59 Vilashinaton Ave. lack Lorenz .........,.............,.... 688 E. Isabella .,..,....... Gloria lean Luders ........,..., 1199 Third St. .,........ . Euttene Lewis Lulois ...... Phyllis M. Lulots ........ Page seventy-eight 989 Ada Ave. .... . 1887 Pine St. ..... . ....,..............,...Secretaria1 ................................General .........College Preparatory ..................,.........General ............................Clerical ...,............................General .........Col1ege Preparatory ............................General ............................Genera1 .........Col1ege Preparatory ..........................Accountina ..,......Co1lege Preparatory ......,.,Col1ege Preparatory .....,...Col1ege Preparatory ' ......... College Preparatory .....,,..Co11ege Preparatory ............................General ...............,.........General ......................Secretarial ,.,......Col1ege Preparatory ......,......................Clerical ..............,,..........,Secretarial .........College Preparatory .........College Preoaratorv ......................,Secretarial .........Colleqe Preparatory ,........CoIlege Preparatory ..............,.............General ..............,.............General .........College Preparatory Name Sally Ann Lundeen .......... lack William Lundstrom ...... ......... Walter Lutrey . ............,... Iayce Marlbelle Makie ........ ..,v..... lean Ruth Massot ............,. Barbara I. Matson ...........Y Ruth Lorraine Mauritz ...,.. Address 1008 Cornell ........... 349 Monroe Ave. ,.... . 1735 Glade St. .....,. . 2108 LeTarte Ave. ..... . 1641 Manz St. ......,..,.. . 1338 2509 Lakeshore Dr. Cutler Ave. .... . Course ....,.....College Preparatory ..........Col1ege Preparatory . ....,.... College Preparatory ........................Secretarial , ,...., ,..,,., C ollege Preparatory , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,..,...... College Preparatory ....,,,,..,,...,.,.,,...,,.........,.,..Bookkeeping Sydney M, May .,,,AA,.,,.,.,,. 84 Myrtle Ave. ,.,.,,,,, Cooperative Business Training Ralph Mcfjreql jr, ,-,4,,,,,,.,,,A-,A ,,,A,,,,, 9 45 Hendrick Road ,,,.4, .............,,., ,,...,. C o llege Preparatory Dorothy Irene McEntaller ....... ......... 1 435 Dangle Rd. .....,. ......, B ookkeeping and Accounting Robert G. McNitt .........,.....,,. .....,.,. 1 957 Terrace St. ,... -------.-----Vv-,-,-,-,-,---e------t4---4 G eneffll Rosemary McShcrnnock ......,.... ......,.. S Cenio Drive .....l..... 44------'w---,e-4 C 011999 PYCPCUUWYY Verna Elizabeth Medendorp 501 White Ave- ..... -.-,,---------4--'-,4"---"-'-,-,w S eCfelU1'iU1 Frances Millard .......,....r..a,,,.... ......... 4 10 Iackson ...,....t..... .....e.......--,-.- C Olleqe Prermetvfy Eiieeii Louise Morrissey ,.,,,,,,, .,.,..,.. 1 292 Everson Ave. ...,,. ...,... B ookkeepinq and Accouniinq Douglas Walter Mouthaan ....... ......... 7 57 Allen Ave. ...... -----4-4---'--4---4--'-----A,--------,,---- G enefal Mary Lind Mulder ..,.........r... ......,.. 4 Z4 Monroe .,...r............ ..........e.........,... C Olleqe Preparatory Phyllis Elaine Muston ...... R. No. 4 Wolf Lake .. ,Bookkeeping and Accounting Norman Mysen ,A,,,,A,,,,,,,, 1415 Montgomery Sl. ...... ...v.................................--...- G eI1eI'Gl Frances Louise Navin ....,.,... ......... 1 89 Strong Ave. ............. ................. C Olleqe Preparatory Christina Marie Nelson .,...... .....,,.. 1 052 Langeland Ave. ..... ....... C ollege Preparatory Bette Ierrrr Newhouse .,.,.,..,. ......... 1 010 W. Larch Ave. ....... ....,.. C olleqe Preparatory Patricia Irene Nobes ............... ......... 2 317 Dellmdrk St- ..-.- A------- v-,'--------f----------44-r-4-rr--- G 9 UPF'-11 Lawrence Willard Nyblade ...,.. .,,...... 7 53 W. P01651 AVG- ..--.,. --A--------,,t4---4-r4rr C 011999 PFGUUYCNOTY Delores Ami O'BeCk ,,,,Ar,.A,,,,,, ,.,,r,,,, 1 132 Allen Ave. .....,.... .,.,..... C ooperative Business Truinina pqiricia 0'C0nner ,,,,.,,ii,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,., 1 457 Clinton St. .,,... ........,.......... C ollege Preparatory Arlene Lois Olson ,.,.-i,.,i,,,,i,,.,i, i,i,i,. , 230 W, Larch ,,.,,,,,, ..........,... C ollege Preparatory Maxine Marie Ouwerkerk ..... . ...... .. Patricia Elaine Paton ...,.,..... Rosalie A. Patrick ..,.,....... Dorothy Ann Perkins .,,.,...... Richard Louis Peters . .....Y..YY.... ......i . . Harriette Lorens Petersen ....... ........r Barbara lean Petty .............., Arthur Erie Pierre ....,l I Q ..,.. Bettyjane Pippin ..,............. Corina Iane Pixley ....,.......... Constance lean Plouhar ..... Alice Anne Porth .....,........ Phyllis Arlene Potter .,...... Robert Meridith Price .......,....... ......... William Charles Prirnmer Patricia Ann Purdy .,...,........ ....,.... William Edward Quail ....... Patricia Ann Quick .......... Marilyn R. Raddatz ............ Caryll Ioyce Badel ....,.............. ........ Shirley lean Rademacher ..... .......,. lane Louise Reed ....,............. ......... lean Mary Reetz ................ Colleen Jeanie Ritter ...,.... Iames Stanley Rolfe ....,.,........ ......... Marilyn Ann Hollenhaqen ....... .......,. Leah Louise Rust .................... ........ Donald Russell Ryan ........ Ardath Lois Ilyetield ..... Shirley loyce Rypstra ....,. Violet Ruth Sanders .,........ Marva Ieanne Sanford ,,.,.. Allen Eugene Sauder ........ Ioan Comelia Schalk ......., Vera Lisetta Scheer ....,......,., ......... lack Clarence Schimke ......., ........, Rosemary Schrader ......,,., Irma Iovce Schroeder ........ Robert Allen Schuiterna ........ .....,... Betty lane Schultz ............ Donald Anton Seifert .............. ......... Yvonne Lou Shutterlee ........ ......... Lois Mae Sipplinga r........... Donna Elaine Siplon ........ Donna lean Smith ......,........... Beverly lean Springsdori ....... ......... Paul Gregory Stein .............. .,...,... Marguerite E. Stelle , ....... .. Vivian lean Sterling ....... 1650 ....,..,,1410 1854 1131 1246 2572 1174 2259 2269 .,...,,,,l27B Smith St. ...... . Nelson St. .... . Iarman .,...,....... Fleming Ave. Montgomery ...,,,. Bellevue Rd. ...,. . Sanlord St. ..... . Harrison Ave. ...... Lincoln ...........,.... Sheridan Drive 752 Hancock Ave. ..... . 128 Glade St. ................ . 1082 Washington Ave. 228 Washington Ave. 597 Clay ...............,...... 136 E. Isabella ........ 1907 1884 Elwood St. ..,.. . Smith St. ......... . 520 Webster Ave. .... . .......College Preparatory .......Co1lege Preparatory ,.,...,.,.,,..,.,....Secretarial ..,A....,...,..,,.,.,,.,,General ......,College Preparatory .......College Preparatory .......Colleqe Preparatory .......College Preparatory .................Stenoaraphic .............,................Clerical .......College Preparatory .......Col1eqe Preparatory .......Co1lege Preparatory .....,..,..........,.,....General .,..,..Co1lege Preparatory .............,..........,....General .......Col1ege Preparatory .......College Preparatory ,,...............Colleqe Preparatory 425 Prospect St. ...... ..................,..,.. C ollege Preparatory 1201 Getty St. ........... ....... B ookkeeping and Accounting 1367 Park St. ..,..,...,,.,,,. ................,... C ollege Preparatory 1472 Palmer Blvd. ...... .................................., S ecretarial 504 W. Clay Ave. ..., ..................... S ecretarial 1755 Hay St. ...,........... ....... C ollege Preparatory 27 W. Isabella Ave. R. No. 4 Box 306 .....,.. 1937 1844 1983 2026 1205 1300 2240 Commerce St. .... . Iohn St. .,.,.,,.. . Clinton St. ,..., . Hudson St. Terrace St. ..,.. . Dawes Rd. ..... . Torrent St. .... . 486 Apple Ave. 584 Marquette ......,... 1467 Madison St. .... . 301 Delaware St. .... . 750 Amity St. ...... . 157 Allen Ave. 1613 1245 Division St. ........ . Fleming Ave. .... . 122 Hartford Ave. ..... . 30 W. Larch Ave. ..... . S050 2068 Apple Ave. Cutler Ave. .... . 1178 Ietterson St. ..... , 1694 Ietlerson St. ...... . 1194 Sixth St. ........ . ................,....Secretarial .,......................Secretarial .......Co1lege Preparatory ..,.......................General .......College Preparatory .............................Genera1 ,,.,...Co1lege Preparatory .......Colleqe Preparatory .......College Preparatory ......................................Secretarial ........Cooperative Business Training .................,..,...,.,.,..,..,,..,,,Secretarial ................,...College Preparatory . .......................... Clerical . ........................ College Preparatory . ...............,,,......,., College Preparatory . ........ Cooperative Business Traininq .........................................Secretarial ......................,.Secretarial ..........College Preparatory ..........College Preparatory .......Co1lege Preparatory Page severzty-11.inc Name Rosemarie Stoddard ......,..... Wilma lean Strobridge ...... Donald Gustave Sandberg Paul R. Swanson .................. Doris M. Swinton ............,... Constance Ann Switzer ....., Beverly Iean Teegardin ....,. Lloyd Herman Terborg ...... Phyllis Berniece Testal ...... Richard E. Thomas ..........,.,. Alice Marie Thomberg ...... Burton Iunior Tjapkes ...... Ira Wellington Vail ............ Donna lean VanclerMey .... Ierrien Iay VanderMolen ..,.,,,,, ,,,,,,, William Lewis Vanderwerp George Dudley VanEpps .. Nina VanEyck .,,...,.,,,,.,,,,.,.,, Marva Ioyce VanOilen ....,. Peggy Ann Voegler ....,...,. Catherine Doris VanGlahn Delores Lorraine Voorheis .. Arlene Floyd Vriesman ....,. Dorothy Lucille Waite ....,,,. Edith Lorraine Waite ........,. Barbara Belle Walden ...... Darleen Dawn Waldron ...... Donald E. Wallaker ........ Olive Iean Weaver ....,.,,..., Wilma Iosephine Wenk .... William Elliot Wesley ........ Fred William Wilder ....... David Willingham ....... Raymond N. Winkel ,..... Gerald lay Winsemius ...... Harold lay Wolttis .......... Belva Lucille Wright ...,.. Phyllis lune Wright ..,,.... Frank Albert Yonkrnan .,.... Walter Peter Zbojniewicz ..,.. ..... Erma E. Zylman .,........,..,..,. Russell Hendrick ....,,,.,,,,,, Betty lean Doll ........ Dolores Hegbloom ..,... Shirley Rewalt ......,. Nona Lederer .......... Marva Paulson ...... ',,, , V.-. Fern Alice Anderson ...,..,,,,,.. ,,,,,,, Ioyce Eleanor Bartell ,r..,r.rr,,,r,., ,,,.,,, Francis Weyeneth Beedon, Ir. ,.., ...., , Marvin Edward Bremer .,....,.,... ,.,,,, Betsie lane Cadenhead ...,,..., ,.,,,, Shirley Ruth Cotton ,,..,,,,,.,..,,,,,, ,l,,,l Hildegarde Eleanor Habel Robert Earl Hammond .....,.,... ,,,,,, Cora A. Howard .,......,,..., Iohn Stanley Klimek ........., Edward George Lewis ......,. ,..,.., Bette Marie Nash ,... . .,,,. ., Shirley Rewalt .......,......,, George Herbert Rohde ...... . ,.... Edward I. Buys ., ...,.l.,,.,.,.,,.. ,,i,, . Toon Peggy Summer ,,,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,, lane Marjorie VanderMe1 ,.... ....... Shirley lane Wagoner ........ ....,r Donald Gene White ........ Betty lane White .,,.... Roland A. Younis ...... Page eighty ' Address Maranotha R. No. 1 ....... 1940 Isabella ................. 1790 McGraft ..........,,., 543 Houston Ave. ............ . 1954 Iohn St. .....,................,,.. . R. R. No. 4 Wolf Lake ....... 1583 Park Ave. ........,..,..... . 1022 Maple St. .....r............ . 1532 Iohn St. .....,..,..,.,.. . 3371 Thompson Ave. ..., A... ,..,. , 884 Cedar Ave. ............,,..,.,.,... . R. No. 1 Henry St., Box 12 ...,. 1410 Lake Shore Dr. ............. . 715 Evanston Ave. ,.,,,,.,,,, . 926 Adams Ave. ..... . 1573 Terrace St. .,.. . 1129 Sixth St. .... . 6016 Apple Ave. .,.. . 3414 Wilcox St. 2287 Torrent Ave. ....,... . 1430-c Defense Ave. 888 Ada Ave. ......... . 211 Mason Ave. .... . 1872 Commerce St. 1872 Commerce St. 4 F Forest Homes .,.,...... 2040 Harrison Ave. .... , 980 William St. ......... . 1599 Manz .,.....,..,,.......,.,. 2984 Lake Shore Dr. .... . 2075 Blodgett St. ........ , 908 E. Erwin Ave. ...... . 958 W. Webster Ave. ...,.. . 5413 S. Henry St. ........ . 938 E. Forest Ave. .... . 636 Catherine Ave. ..,,.. . Course .........Col1ege Preparatory .........College Preparatory .........Co11ege Preparatory .,.,.....Co11ege Preparatory .........College Preparatory ...............................General .........Co1lege Preparatory .,.......Col1ege Preparatory ,.......,Col1ege Preparatory .........College Preparatory ..........................,General ..........Vocational Printing .........Co1lege Preparatory ...........................General ...............................General .........Col1ege Preparatory ......,..College Preparatory .........College Preparatory .....................,.,.,,General ,........Col1ege Preparatory .........Co1lege Preparatory ...............................General ...,....College Preparatory ...................Co1lege Preparatory .........,.........College Preparatory .......Cooperative Business Training ...................Co1lege Preparatory ...................College Preparatory .........Col1ege Preparatory .......................Secretarial ...............................General ........Co1lege Preparatory .........College Preparatory .........College Preparatory . ...,.............. College Preparatory 1198 Wood St. ........... Cooperative Business Training 1223 E. Forest Ave. ..,., ,,.,.,.,...,,..,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,.,.,,,,,.,,,.,..,, G eneral 1545 Pine St. .............. ................... C ollege Preparatory 2187 Miner Ave. ........... ....,..,.,.,,..,..,,.,,,,, C ollege Preparatory 307 McLaughlin Ave. ................ ..,....... C ooperative Business Training 739 Hill Ave. ................................ .......................... C ollege Preparatory 1538 Acom St. ,........,,...,......,.,.....,,.. ,.,....,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,, G enerql 1680 E. Defense Ave.. Rnd. T. ...... ....,.,,.......,,,,,,.,. G eneral 871 Fleming Ave. ....,...,.......,,,.,.,, ....,,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, G eneml 1012 W. Forest Ave. ...... . 510 E. Isabella Ave. ..... . AUGUST GRADUATES 296 Erickson St. .,....,... . 1450 E. Defense Ave. .... . 2171 Denmark .,.,,,,,.,,,,,. 373 Holbrook .......... 1431 Terrace St. .... . lLe1t Schooll ....... 850 E. Dale ........... 1933 Iohn St. ......... . 2065 Morton Ave. ,,,, , 1741 Division St. 1528 Clinton ,......... 78 Mvrtle Ave. ......... . 871 Flemming Ave. ..., . 2130 Estes St. ....,.,. . 1666 Smith St. ..... . 558 Terrace St. ,,...,....... . 532 Peck St. ....,.,...,...,....,. . 339 W. Muskegon Ave. R. 4 Wolf Lake ....,.........,... 1901 Catherine Ave. ..... . 497 Getty St. ...,.,.......... . .........College Preparatory . ........................... Clerical .......Cooperative Business Training ......................Co1lege Preparatory .......Cooperative Business Training Cooperative Business Trainina ...................College Preparatory .......................,...General .,,.,....,...,..........General .. .................... . ................ . ........ General ...Cooperative Business Trainina ..........Business Trainina ........................General .....................Gerteral -..A eqonofut Wm .Zwuhq Salma! Wea . Highest Honors Recognized By Inscription of Names Upon the Citizenship Plaque and Honor Cups The Muskegon Senior High Citizenship Plaque - Fred W. Wilder The Charles W. Marsh Scholarship Cup for Boys - Fred W. Wilder The Charles W. Marsh Scholarship Cup for Girls - Marva Sanford The Clayton L. Beach Athletic Cup for Boys - Robert Clark The Charles W. Marsh Athletic Cup for Girls - Hazel Gudelsky The Harvard University Club Award - Winston I-leneveld Women's League, Ir. College Scholarship - Louise Iohnson D. A. R. Scholarship Award - Rose Marie Hoekenga Quadrangle Club Scholarship - Dorithy Lucille Waite Lt. George Traver Parslow Scholarship - Paul Gregory Stein Forensic Medals from the Board of Education: Declarnation - Gerda Hager Marguerite Stelle :qu 70- 042 . . . Our most grateful appreciation for your financial support. lt has macle tl1is, our forty-third yearboolc, possible. A8lKDiner -- s.., -- .,,ss.,.e,e -----91 American Coil Spring Co.. - .- American Store Equipment - ---- - ---105 ----102 Arbor Floral Co.------------- se.Y - ----111 Baxter-s Launderers 81 Cleaners ais.a - -1l1 Beckguist Camra Shop . ,.,.e - .- - - - -101 . a,a. .91 Bergrens Pharmacy ,cc,.i Broadway Lunch -------- - ----103 Budds ,.,. ------ ,.i. ----100 Buel's Boot Shop ,,,,,a uauue - -- -86 Bunnellls Food Morket .- --- -85 C. Felt Studio---- ----- . ------ --- -----B4 Campbell Wyant Si Cannon ----- --- --97 Chaddock Winter Sz Alberts - - - ,.,- --85 The Clark Boot Shop -- --- -- -.. --94 Clocks ---- -- -112 Clover Foundry Co. - - - - -96 CocaCola --- ------- -- -96 Commercial Press ----- 103 Columbia Studios-- -- - - - - -- -102 Consumers Power Company - - -- -- --1C0 Continental Motors Corporation- - 108 Dona Printing Company ---s- - - --- - -lll Dr. Pepper Bottling ,-.-- - ---- -- - - .--- -89 Earle Press ..---.. -- --- ..--- 93 Emily Shop .----- -- --.---.. - ---- 84- ----113 Enterprise Brass Works ,.ss Factory Supply Co. ,..,.i Federal Savings Bank- r.ri ----107 -----87 --84 Felt C. Studio. ,.,, --- -- Francis liroch Co.- s-,- - Franks Clothing Store ,l,-r -- .. Garnaat Floral Shop - -- -- -- ----- -- --104 ---108 98 Grossman's .,r-, -----85 I-lackley Union National Bank - -- - -----106 -94 - --.- 106 Hage Thos. W. ---- ----.--- ----- Harwood Nelson- --.- - . -- Haspers ------ ----100 Hasselmans -----92 Hoslers Budget Shop ----. -----1,3 Hostess -.-.----.-.--.--- -.-- 1 C6 Hunter, Alfred l. ---.-. -.-- 1 07 l. C. Penny Co. -------...- - ---- ------ - 93 110 lones ElectricrCo... --..- ----- -.-- ---- ---- Lakeshore Machinery 81 Supply Co. ---. 92 Lakey Foundry and Machine Company-99 Manning Maxwell and Moore lnc.---,-- -87 C. W. Marsh- ----- - -.-----------...-.. 110 114 Michigan Associated Telephone Co.--- Michigan Bokery------. .------ -----------95 Milc1dy's -..------.-----.-.-..---,.--.-- 88 Mueller lewelry Co. ------- - ---- .--.. 1 05 The Muskegon Agency ..----.--.-..-- 102 Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. .--.--. 112 Muskegon Heights Furniture Co. -..----- 90 Muskegon Motor Specialties --....-,--- 104 Matson Cldsmobile --..----.- Muskegon Paper Box Co. ---- ----97 Muskegon Savings Bank -. .--.- -- --.- -99 Muskegon School' of Business .--.. .-.- 8 9 Muskegon Tanning Co.- -------- --,-- 9 7 - -.... 101 Muskegon Tool 81 Die Co. - - -------- 109 Muskegon Trust Co. ----- --- ----- ----- -86 The National Lumbermans Bank ------- 104 Nibble A Scrib Nib ----.--.---- - ------- 87 Occidental Candy Shop - -.--- - -----.-- 100 Office Supply Co. ---- - - ----104 Pots Superette ---- - ---- -----105 Parrnelee -- ----- ------84 Patterson Press- - - --- - - - - - - Peerless Plating Works ----- -----108 ----91 -96 Merrill A. Pringle ------------- - ----- 110 Petersons ---- .------ ---- ---- - ----- Pyle Pattern Sz Mfg. Co. ---------------- 105 Quality Aluminum Casting Co. --------- 95 Quality Service Stores ------------ ---- 8 9 Radium Studio ----------- Rogeris Jewelery ------- Sanitary Dairy Co. --- P. l. Schlossman Co. ---- ------H4 ------103 ------102 ----86 Sealed Power Corp. ------------ ---- 9 3 Sears Roebuck Co. --------------------- 94 Service Station Equipment Co. -------- 113 Shaw Walker ------------------ ----- 1 09 The Square ------------------ ---- 9 2 ----101 Straayer Drug Co. ------- Steel Fabricating Co. ----- ------II4 Sunrise Pies ----- - ----- . ----- 107 Teds Pants Shop ----- Walters Pharmacy ----- --- - - 109 - - - -87 W,K.B.Z. ------------- --. - -- ----------- lOl Yonker Sr Son ------ ---. .--- ---------- 9 5 Page eighty-three You will find the proper school outliits at the Emily Shops A appl f th t h I h d a d h lps t cr 1 t I-errilce Stn B 1 Y E gl ht h p ny also D S f f ll f 11 ihcli L Everything for mother and ' sister G h h 1 I if flwf ivdd Your Credit D th 'l h gi d Oh b y y 1 kdd JEWSIEI' 838 Jefferson Street l Mireshman P? Sophomore Bjunior 0 Senior Wana aeamwi fm ca aecaacl new ! C. FELT sTUD1o LYMAN BUILDING gm f r "Lips that touch liquor Will never touch mine:" Tl1ere's still cr good moral In this very old line. Z' i. 'A'-1' i Compliments of BUNNELUS FOOD MARKET t SMALL BUT BIG ENOUGH T0 SERVE YOU Phone 2 70-451 1554 Carlton St. chaddock 'Winter You were late: You were not there: alberts Time dicln't wait: It doesn't ccxre. I ,N To The Graduates of 561216155 of 469' f-. f ! if I ' +9 4,' 1 m LL Q Q We Invite You To See Our Complete Line of Summer Sportswear! t I COATS . . SLACKS . . SHIRTS . . e HATS . . BATHING surrs . . etc. sr,aN "STUFF for MEN" 1'OSSIl1a.I'l. St Q, ,1 I - Q Page eigh ty-five lui:-n-.11 Galzqrafufafiolzs When the w th s warm lk th fV0nZ file I am cite g d to skip scho 1 But o d I found Mr. Ferris. l Ab th h cz very strict r 1 M UMW? Uualitg Shoes fur All the Family a, o There md!! ' Whose name was Hom Flnrshelm, Hhqlhm Step And believe You me, Vanitg, Air Step He WC' me" lluevs Boot Shop Elks Temple Building Y H- - Wi' 1 i Congratulations to the Class of 1946 Michigan Regent Slate Strand PAUL I. SCHLOSSMAN P gc rfzgh ry-si. ' L 4 In , '11, abil'-:Ar 411 V A--nn ' W Gonqrafufa fiom Manning, 1VIaxwe11,iand Moore, Inc. i F Shaw-Box Crane and Hoist Division L Muskegon ..., . .... Michigan I Oh. I had cr little onton It's heart was white as snow. And everywhere that onion went- Iust why do folks hate me so? 41- 3 Qcwmplimewh NIBBLE A , M 1 RIB-N B 'WY!llTlfllS' I PHARMACY Rexall Drug Store i Telephone 23-663 1394 Peck St. Muskegon, Mich. l I , l ,, I got onto a bus one day And there the onion went, We sat down next a garlic bud And traded scent tor scent. ir Page eighty-seven CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1946 gg, A May Your Future be Found in PEACE and PROSPERITY 1VIILADY'S is -L, ,Y-Y i , ' 1' mglzty-ezglzl ,, Q Zxm4 1 Za mg gfmfmfw SPUT DULL musxssnn school 5 . UF Busmfss - H i: . A w L tlsggh di,! ' ' Gxrls Q0 femmme I EQ A d the develo ose ' 6 I k T1 Y P P All ihxs trouble lust to please the boys 1 D1-.PepperIBot't1ingQCo. 1660 'Zth St. Phorne 22-490 1- Y-l I I w 1 + 9 ' I ff' I .xx I 5 : 4 X 5TDHE5f 2 X A 4, X ,X 14, 0 Fest nt' Swim? Mama Michigan ' 46am ZZMJ4 Page eighty 1 -NSW' lim Yes, the time has come when many of you young folks are leaving high school days behind and beginning a new step in life. There are hundreds of vocations that you may choose from to build your career. But undoubtedly ,no matter whether 'you decide to be an engineer, a barber, a housewife, or a merchant, each one of you will want a beautiful home-a home that fulfills the dreams and hopes you have treasured all through your school days. It will be a pleasure for us to help you choose smart looking furni- ture for YOUR home-furniture designed to give you years of happy use, relaxation, comfort, enjoyment, and pride of ownership. ALWAYS REMEMBER- when you better your HOME you better your LIVING. . MUSKIEGON HEIGHTS FURNITURE C41 l "Where You'll Do Better In Quality And Pricef Page mnety Peerless Plating Works 2554 Getty St. Phone 38 - 470 Listen, and I'l1 tell you The very latest news Kramer cut out dances To save on shoes! "When do I eat?" Says hungry Miss Snow. She has a class during lunch hour We happen to know. I may be a fool, But not a poet. Why did I do this And let people know it? llliilli-IRIZRPS PHARMACY Complete Drug Service Corner Mason Avenue and sfh Street Muslcegon, Michigan Now I have lived a good life So at least I can say But iusi in case I haven't I'll buy a Stoker and call As Mr. Hains said. it a day It was "Loud-mouth Larrvi I was iust thinking. Couldn't it be Mary? . -Y. I-1, V A8cKDi HCI Terrace 8: Muskegon All Kinds of Sandwiches We grind our own hamburger from fresh round steak illl- Q G -1 --Soft Drinks - --1 Did you ever hear of nagging Ned Who wanted iust a dime To buy a couple cokes or In 018 And paid it back "on time?" "Watch the birdie. please Then I freeze. For I am camera shy ls You would too. il you looked like I! ..l-- Page mnety um' HasseIman's I. G. A. FUDD MARKET , , , Once "two-tlmm Ted' Q Was in an awful mess: EMBER INDEPENDENT GRDCER5 ALLIANCE I For he had been ditched -,H,RD AT MDNRDE I By hls two-tumng Tess . EVERYDAY LOW PRICES I P Congratulations to the - D 1 be G drip.. Graduating Class ot 1945 nxfsuunf Maommanv oo quxte q lot of us Are already that way. 81. SUPPLY GU. 4UU W. Laketon Ave. Phone 25-B55 C3 hike Q of wa llll llll !ll IIII llll III Ill It :'::' "E: :I ::'::n::' I I llll Ill l!l llll ll I III ELKS TEMPLE P g ninety-t When you skip school To "pitch woo" in cx car. Funny somebody always knows About where you are. Earle 2135 The Sign of Just Good Printing Phone 25 - 044 915 Pine Cor. Walton Ga gamplmenh I. C. Penney Co. Inc. When I gel soap in my eyes While washing my hair. I always reach for the towel And ifs never there! Sl'i,4llfIl l'01WliIl C0 IHPO IHATI 01W Page mncty three Quality Footwear The teacher said. Properly "Write a poem." So I got a headache And weni home. The Clark Boot Shop THOS. W. HAGE I have a boyfriend' -lIGVVS1SI'S-' ifiijk telshnicf Musical Goods, Radios, Fountain B OO B 6 VBS me would meh dl: ice. Pens, Cameras, Projectors, and Supplies Repairing Q 888-890 Terrace St. Tel. 22-146 7 SUCCESS TO THE SENIGR CLASS OF . 1946 I 41 I Y Y Y Page ninety-four .11 '1,., 1 tts if new ' lX.f..I',..4,.',x X. ...., . Xjiil 'ii 'I f N-'---f i ,. . t ' V i ,Q I :t fp? it Agip",,'jh" ' ' Yl 5 p 2 V S .' Q' I L I T Y, Let this be your Byword as you launch out on your new endeavor in the business world. U if . Let this be your Buy word when shopping for bread, rolls and sweet goods, in the bakery line. Always insist on "MICHIGAN" bread for that energy which you will need in the busy days ahead when "STABILITY" is so necessary. A teacher is the nicest thing. As nice as one can be. Except when she starts yelling. At poor defenseless me. i Gamfzllknenld ai YUNKEMM1 SUN Plumbing 81' Heating The veteran's theme song: "O lor a place to lay my head Or even to put my baby to bed. l'd be glad to have even A roof over my head." QUALITY ALUMINUM CASTING COMPANY Producers of Non-ferrous Merel Casting Muskegon Heights, Michigan Once there was a superman Who supervised the "whole" One day he met with Uncle Sam And now he's shoveling coal. Loud-mouthed Larrgnsxdisliked by all Because you can hear lib ilrom the end ol the hall A X'-XX When we see him coming we all X' '-t, separate Until Loud-mouth Larry goes on to celebrate. 1 inn-A Street 6 S. Q PETERSON'S for cj Better Foods 1386 Peck St. Phone 23-448 V i L lc L y I q t t p Clover Foundry Co. H b dy Q bl y H d b 1: Piston Ring Castings Muskegon, Michigan Frle u D i ' ndly pa se R E E L F I R C E S In H 0 I U N SCOCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF MU ZKEGON G Complimenio W . of 6wW Muskegon Paper Box Co. Wm 997 West Western. Avenue 1' I' Ti, M d ty F ysyf' d Lk 1 p pl 1 gt d . B1 fn fh Muskegon Tanning H h d t ih t 11. Gnmnany l l. l" Congratulations J Campbell Wyant and Cannon Foundry ml, '1 ll, 1 u I , f 7 Q Page ni: tn '4 ' 7 i l 4 - 201 W. Western . SHEZL aa 55, I ' H ll ts Sport oa fs ., QIT1 ' A -A' 5:21322iS22E5i5i52g5'Xi2Ea2iFaa, All Wool Qfl- For the Student , 'Lz' swag.: N., ..,,. .. . Www-wwsvka A 4,-.'. Q -'-,::,,, ,.4. , Come in and look over the newest arrivals in Sport Coats - Checks Plaids and Solid Colors. Whatever you chrose in the new two button or three button drape model both are good style with a contrasting pair of Franks good slacks. Use Our Ten Pay-Budget Plan for your purchases of A Nationally known Students Clothes 4l n " 1 ui , 1 I l ' l, 41 Page ninety-eight WAR SAVINGS BUNIJS SAFE KEEPING Bond owners should take advan- tage of our safe keeping offer. Up to 951,000 ot Bonds accepted for a charge of 32.00 per year. You may add to your deposited Bonds or withdraw on demand. MUSKEGON SAVINGS BANK 'Ga When we want to know about animals Bugs, birds or bees, For this we turn to Miss Fuller She knows her A-B-C's. There is a shy? boy in this school With girls he isn't nutten He plays out on the football field His name is big "Gus" Dutton, iHave you asked the gir1s?J Many a soldier and sailor, too, Has learned his math with Cook's rule. I . He's an awfully good sport But you better not fool. Lakey Foundry and achine Company l , slide Page nznety-111110 r Page I-IASPEITS Sav - Mor Markets BUIIIIS' 3Convenient Locations y Jewelers' Qpticians I 260 Mason Ave. 137 Lakekon Ave. I 227 Western: Ave. 409 Marquette Ave. When pictures were missing And lists didn't check. Miss Eddy was crazy And Peggy a wreck. GRADUATES You have Studied Ilr,25O hours You have now Prepared Yourself for a Great Future There are Big Jobs to be done Your Country is Depending upon You You've Got What It Takes S Consumers Power Company Always-At Your Service-All Ways one lzzmrired K Nationally Advertised Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry Factory Set Cash Prices on Credit at no extra cost 726 Meme Mal' canficfence Judi But now it's all over This cmnuc:1's out They are both so relieved They could actually shout. Qcwngfmfufdfllicam m GDGIEGBIIIIIDHEBJINITGIHMIID IEANIDCM SIIHIUDIIID Q Ga ' end ai ilk , M AT S O N Oldsmobile Company f l , , W.. A loud-mouth Larry He has no megaphone He iust ovex-works a voice That's all his own. Photographic Service Hall Marlc Greeting Cards Picture Framing BECKQUIS TS Camera Shop 348 Clay Avenue Telephone 52 707 Occidental Hotel Building "Filling Prescriptions is the Most Important Part ot Our Business" Twenty years experience filling Muskegon doctors' prescriptions Straayer Drug Co. "Experience has no Substitute" 366 West Western Avenue Know-it-all Ned What a pain in the head! He knows so much He's awiully dead. TOP-NOTCH SHO WS! For All Ages t HOUSE OF MYSTERY4 ' ' ' Sat. I2:OO Noon THOSE WEBSTERS - - 0 Sun. 6:00 P.M INSIDE OF SPORTS ' 0 ' Mon.-Fri. 7:45 WISBZ H490 on your clial t Your Mutual Networlc Station 3 1 Page one hundred one DRIVE CAREFULLY BUY CAREFULLY Q 1' t Gel: Your Auto and Other Insurance S THE MUEKEGON O AG EN CY, IN C - 993 Terrace St. Phone 22-874 ' Opposite Court House L s - L I Miss Beclker has a lover XVho we know is only four: But someones sure to question A II there arent several more. M ' N Miss Pearson is so quiet, But she is awfully nice The right man better grab her: X Well gladly fll1'll1Sll l'lCC. Co. S A N' I III A R Oh, yes, she has a husband .Xml he was a soldier toog So clon'L try to dale Mrs. Fonger D A I R Y C O M P A N Y Or he may annilihate you. Miss Davis loves her music :Me .-Xml is not, adverse to fun If someone tried Lo kiss her I don'L believe she'd run. "J ust E 1' l Ask H nmplgnens You, CULUMBIA STUDIOS ffCreazm of Distinctive Portraits" Neighbor!! Phone 23-U13 ZUE W. Western I-lvenue 1 Y J , - Page om' lzundred two ff-1' 11' '-ll' 4 EUMMERIIIAL 1 i' ' ' Congratulations Gompiimemfs I Singere PRE 5 5 1936 Peck Street Phone 254-244 Atkinson has a hobby: He does wonderful things with clay If you get to be very famous He'1l make your statue some day. Hurrah! Hurrah! Iune's nearly done The teachers are leaving Vacations begun. Our Congratulations And Best Wishes To The Graduates Of 1946 HOSLER'S BUDGET SHCP llRtlDtlE?-IIE?-llRS QlllllENfVllEBlIl5llE3llR'JY NEW HOME CORNER WESTERN 0- TERRACE j As rt teacher of speech, Miss Sherfy ls a success without a doubt. Now, boys, if she turns 21 cold shoulder, You don't need to get angry and pout. We're sorry, Mr. Gilsdorf, That the Navy made you mad. XVhy don't you let some lady Make you very glad? TMBROADWAY LUNCH Jim Coscarelli Business Phone 25-905 Residence Phone 35-375 GENUINE ITALIAN SPAGHETTI For AII Sport News Cali Us Muskegon Heights, Michigan Famous For Fine Foods Greater Muskegon's Most popular Restaurant Page one hundred three - 41'--lf' 1 i 1. Flowers for all - i , Qccasions Cmgfwmzdmm 9a R4 and GAHNAAT mmm snnv M Www 1378 Peck Street Tel. 23-391 - he e-we a Za Me Glafu af 7946 Ill k h ewmzwfdzam cmcf gee!! Za Me Glam af 1946 The National Lumberman's Bank !Wuf.Lke9an'4 Ulcfedl' ganfa Muskegon Motor Specialties Co. I two-timing Ted I 'bl mess. I' h h d b d' h d B . . g T Qazfzgaajnlajzand Wm " 7fze Gffice enzyme spazf' Uffice Supplies Inc. Muskegon, Michigan funn , YY ill I nga our ll'IlIILl7'Cll fum' Qamplimenii AMERICAN Store Equipment and Construction Corp. Where are th p pl Who write g d hifi" When the d dl There is ah Ucamplimezfzh Dlueller Jewelry Store ' Pats Superette Featuring Slllll' 14126 95095 e Guaranteed SIUE - 92126 Sixth at Dale Telephone 22-756 H 1 work in printing A d ine work in art. I king this annual It 11 h s part. Compliments of PYLE PATTERN and M'f'g. CU. 1 l Page one hundred f 1 1 J ni',', -' If eff Qlislzes rom arW00J-jfefsolz You've tried the Rest Now try the Best Remember Hostess caters to the Alumni as Well as to the students of ' M. H. S. I . H O S T E S S Z4 Hour Service e-iccept Slitclay Miss Pliilstrom, tall and gracious Goes her quiet wayg But when the right lllllll pops the question She will know what to say. Miss Prescott gives to students Advice that is extra fiueg Do you suppose she gets it Over a Junior College line? HACKLEY I0 ATIQ AL BA Invites the Business ot Your Family Savings Checking Safe Deposit Trusts Auto Loans Mortage Loans Personal Loans Commercial Loans Money Orders Travelers Checks WESTERN AT FIRST BROADWAY NEAR PECK Member ot the Federal Deposit insurance Corporation Page 4-I I l I H ' one lllllldffll slx eanpfzlakwevbfe M L k q 1 hl of Ad fy g me 11 lk 1 h u H t h 1 ha 1 hd 1 S Z h h h b Y fo dll PMTURY SUPPLY CUMPANY 1036-42 Terrace Street Phone 23-751 lint It th gy 1 t W k G to g p y g tty d k F td y tp th 1 me p , V Y di W tp th P Luz-me I Pies Gangaalu ' the Cf of 1946 Alfred I . Hunter 252 Market Avenue Page 0 I 1 ! Compliments Where you are You're likely to faint of If you hcxven't noticed The sign, "WET PAINT." . Whenever someone's absent . And cr substitute we need WI I I C da C . . Jo em e an J 'gms etc No matter for what subject 248 Market Street Mrs. Coutchie comes with speed. Mr. Lucas is :1 darling As everyone should know: just look a hit arouml you Anal wzncli the :attraction grow. Mr. Young is not yet l1l1ll'I'lCLl Iiut hell make :1 splendid catch: Cllllll some designing lady S Get him lo make a match? 3 ii- 6 am Zo Me Q A-A cf 79416 Continental Motors Corporation 1-11 . ljllgl' om' IIIIHIIVCTII Iflglll 7 ' I X 4 Gompfimerzfs Miss Pihlstrom's voice can sooth one of In or way iew voices con: She has softened those oi many others AND DIE COMPANY Since her speech work she begun. 6cwLgfmZwfaZ'ice144 lla A busy man is Beedon M9 With Hi-Y, stamps and au: If there were no office telephones GL! f 6 Where would he go to cctll? I Ted s Pants Shop 212 W. Western Ave. llppnsite Grnssman's 8000 Items for the Office Plre manufdctured by Shaw-Walker - the ldrgest exclusive maker of office furniture and filing equip- ment in the world. Each is designed to do a defi- nite job of making office work move faster, to effect economies in office operations. The 8000 office tools are completely pictured, de- scribed and priced in the 492 - pctge Shaw-Walker OFFICE GUIDE. Q J 'Built Like a Skyscraper' 15 E w-www' A ff-,I 5 -Eff'-, muff! SHAW-WALKER MUSKEEDN, MICHIGAN Z ' QQ Page one hundred 1 inn-Il .: 'Q 'gr li n H' 'U fn JONES ELECTRIC COMPANY E E E JCE ' MOTOR REWINDING Me' Ha lg ELECTRIC WIRING dMERCl-IANDISE l I D ld I h II Sleep g dl p g h g i Dyn I d bl k b I ld I I-Y F gr C1 k W-EE Don ldih h t 1 p h h e. eu. Maw, I l L , ti ,lr l- i"' -""'-' --Qi ' Complete Lite, Acciclent, Health i A and I I Hospitalization Insurance Service T FOR EVERY MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY Merrill A. Pringle GENERAL AGENT 5 WASHINGTON NATIONAL INSURANCE CO. V 208 Muskegon Building Telephone 25-797 Ei..-...I , - 1 P g, one hundred len I G If l f, ARBOR FLORAL UWM U 4 LW COMPANY rain "A Beautiful Place For L Beautiful Flowers" The Careful Workers 1222 Peck Street Muskegon, Michigan at If you want to know best procedures lust call on Miss Rane B She i professional p bl ms chairman And she knows just h . Miss Bedker may be pretty t t' dv She insists on every rule. an But if sh eren't here to d t We would h e cr differ t h l CLEANERS l DANA PRINTING COMPANY 14 eampfefe Selwice Letterpress and Offset Printing Art Work ' Engravings ' Binding Phone 26-648 Sanford at Holbrook M uslcegon, Michigan T 41. Page one hurzd 21 clev s Congratulations F f P g Th d f ll I and Iii t tliy th 1 t 11 F There g th t h y 1 Because sh g t1 d k d I Wglen yogi h SVI P tt lk g . 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