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

 - Class of 1950

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Muskegon Sen1or Hlgh School endeavors to take the stu dents W1th all thelr drverse character1st1cs and provlde through educatlon a planned sertes of experlences currrcular and extra currlcular Th1S plan Wlll produce mtelllgent cultured and eff1c1ent c1t1zens successful 111 the1r vocat1ons rn thelr homes when estabhshed and 1n the1r c1v1c respons1b1l1t1es expenences rn commumcatlon and expressron art musrc rn 'lustual arts and pre vocatlonal tra1n1ng ln add1t1on 1t presents opportumtles for healthful recreatlon clubs off1ces and a great varlety of school responslbllltles Whlch result IH the proper use of le1sure tune In thls book you vv1ll f1nd an lllustratlon of these ob1ect1ves The educational program at this school offers the students If if Z " x ' f 1 1 D NN - .Qiaaf DEDICATIQN There IS one thmq Wh1Ch everyone has tn Common sot tnmq on Whmh he depends or has depended on dt some tune ond Seeks comfort 1n We the Students of Muskegon SGHIOL Hlqt tdke our one rnutudl possees on ond bestow upon 1t oul ,xntted ldedhsrn To the 1nSt1tut1on of porenthood Wlth our heartfelt thdnks for 1ts blesemqs We dffecnondtety dechcote ttne 1950 yedr book I ' I A 1 ww , 'N , . . 1.9- t , , t, . -1 - -4 V . , I , 2, .o 1 ' A . t . 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' I '- S-I-L'-7 J ff 6, X X 1 ff ,, -1--U 4 ix ,igif ' 2 F .2 N qi' 1 .rj ! f 1 a J, ff I I 'Z :I 1 f f' , nl 3- ,, ' I I 1 - ' X I n v 1 Q I I 1 2 I ag a I I zu x X f II U Y-1 L i X 6. z 3 I 8 dl X 11 I -4 l: xx 'F-1 ' 111722 'S ' "A "fi ' X -.,. ,' . ' 'fx MX ' E f- ...ll I y,.'.' -V 'I 1 '-ug mx ff- , fl -9- , 'f-2:,:2 .a..Y. -f . ' ADMINISTRATIQN MR R B WARREN Asst Supenntendent xn Charge of Business Admmxslrcmon 10 S 9 IV , . L 'Sn ir CYRUS M POPPEN secretary W B STEELE presxdent FRANK A DE YOE SCHOOL BOARD .41-. lbs WILLARD D CARTER LIONEL L BOOTH IOHN N DYKEMA treasurer Z' EDUCATICDN FCDI2 WHAT? A good questlon Why take your bemg rn school for granted? Some students have objectrves Some just go through the mo tons We never worry about results when we have a good teacher combrned wrth a student who knows where he rs gomg Subject matter however can be rmportant We hear today the phrC1Se Ed'-1 catton for Lrfe Adjustment The term rs not new perhaps a new emphasrs Lrfe adjustment 15 a contmumg pro ess We must therefore lay for you the best possrble basrs for change educatron for lrfe adjustment There are hve lmpera trves rn developrng a Lrfe Adjustment Progrcm Frrst we must develop cumculums and other school actrvr res whrch wrll possess holdrng power for all boys and grrls of hrgh school age Second we must produce a school envxronment that wrll be conduclve to a happy and successful growth of all youth Thrrd we must organxze our school offermgs so that all boys and gurls may make educatronal socral moral and physlcal growth Fourth we must develop opportunrtres for the teachers the puprls and the parents to re evaluate school ofiermgs rn the lrght of the real needs of youth rn thrs ever changmg world and make changes when the need rs apparent Frfth we must provrde educatronal experrences that wrll equrp boys and grrls to be better crtrzens better workers and better homemakers GEORGE MANNING Prrncrpal Semor Hxqh School Graduatron IS the ttme of begmnrng It IS the start oi a new chapter commence ment a brtght and hopeful opportunrty for laymg the foundatron of a new future There are not many moments such as thrs rn lrfe or thrs partrcular moment dwell on the followmg thought the 11111111111111 t1111f 1211111 1s 1q11111111111 H1111 1111111111011 I9 s111 'W 1111 lf 11111 f 1111 1111x611 ll 11 1 111 IIS 111111111 11 11111g11 t111 1 s 11111 111 g11111 11 11111161 111 7Irllll1S1lllly 111111 11111 1111111 111111111 1111! f1111111g1z 111s 111 111211111011 1111 111111 111111 111 g11111n11 11111111 IS ylllll tu 111111 ffl ft Q-sf-4 F 1111 1 sun EDWIN KNUDSON Assrstant Pnncrpal Semor Hrqh 'choo The years rn hxgh school have presented a wonderful opportunity to every boy Q and grrl You who have accepted the prrvrlege of attendrng hxgh school have oblr 9 gated yourself to contrrbute your share as leaders In addrtron to acqurrrng those skrlls whrch may be applred drrectly rn makmg a lrvrng one should develop attltudes toward lrfe busmess and the world rn general whrch wrll be of great value m later years We trust you have learned not to keep your best rdeas under your hat that falls down over your eyes to prevent you from gomg forward to a bnllrant future EDWARD I HUTTENGA Drrector of Hackley Manual and Annex 12 ' ' , ' 1' . . Q., ' ' ' . . ' . . ' N ' .,,r -1 , A F - - A . ,w we 1 Thvre is ll H1111' in e1'1'1'y I7IlI7I,S 1'1I111'11ti1111 11'111'11 111' 111'1'i1'1's 11f X 3' "W - - f 1. '. I - - ry- ' -1 - I 4 "I',' 1111 111' s fl " 11' .' -' f 1- I 'tfe' .1 ' 11'111's1' us 1 .' , 11 ' ' ,' 1,11 11 ' 11'11I' 1111i1'1'1's1' 1: 4' j I, 71 it - 1 . Y .'. . . . . 1 ' - 1. f '1 ,K . V- . . . ., - jj. - 1 , H . . . I . , L I . X S- . : A h . . . '85, ll ft if Q I Z XZ ff? f f f X 4 l S mgxti 'F M uw' A f W' S TW fps T NX. QQ wk I N 0 ll' Sw aiu' 'X lllaxl"'m KX RW Al MQW 2 f QAXVXSQK-xxx QVQS' x I 5 . 1.1, ,T , f " , I ,.,f,"f 4 ff ' 2 ' gxfu. fl ' ' I 4 1 I SQXQQNI- "M X k QQ W?x"""'n" S .mg m H 4 Ry at . 9- 5 gl ' ,- X """' ,ff QSW- """" K f ff' Sy ff E W f X O .HK 'YWYV' gi-. gnu Mrss Ethel Rane Mrs Vrvxan Parsons Mmss Ebba Bedker ENGLISH DEPARTMENT The Engllsh Department holds as 1ts pnmary alms frrst the development and control of man s bas1c tool hxs language Unless he can cornmum ate eh cuvely man remams a Slave In proportton as he masters h1s means of comrnumcatton 19 h1s language he masters both understandmg and berng under stood and thus he msures h1s self government He stands tn a POSITION to d1ctate h1s oc1al poltt1 al and econom1c destmy Engl1sh teachers of Muskegon Semor I-hgh School endeavor to g1ve that mastery to young men and women ...A 51 Q QS- Mrs Mabel Quarl Sophomores study Zenobxa s lnhdehty wxth Mrs Sarah Coutchxe A' G- 2 fr t Q, I" , V N x ll ll., X A Q. 5' 44.119, M r. ur 1 g.,, I . W Cf. ,E r Q, g, T- xl. 1 f Q-allot'-' 1 ' in-e--N 1 946'- ir' Mrs. Alice Scott It's a family affair with Ralph and Pearl Plummer. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT The second alm 15 to groom college preparatory students to take therr places fully and gracefully 1n 1nst1tut1ons of h1gher learnlng so that the contmuxty of mans cultural development may be susta1ned Thrs contmurty of cultural development forms the great pattern of truth and the spmtual whtch even while being created by 1t has upheld the d1gn1ty ot the human race Today more than ever Enghsh teachers guard the passing of that pattern out of the past 1nto the future .sm T' Mrs Thora Lundell shares a yoke with the class Miss Iulra DeYoung 15 Advanced Speech Class discuss a vital sublect Y 10A speech studen's test voices with Mrs. Kari Natalie Franck. SPEECH The ma1n objectives of the Speech Department are to teach boys and girls how to handle their thoughts w1th some skill orally and to make the most of their personal1t1es before an audlence Besides the twenty weeks of general speech which IS requued from everyone the Muskegon H1gh Speech Department offers elective courses m public speak1ng dramahcs and radio steve Peliotes speaks Mrs Huldah Burdick Q' P 919' this-' arm- Nl Q pu- an Mrs Ncrce la OConnor Kenneth Rolfe Mrs Dorothy Andrews MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT The arms of ar1thmet1c trammg are to develop abrlrty to thmk m quantltattve terms to apprecrate the power of mathemaucs and to en ourage the stud nt to work accurately and wtth moderate speed the fundamental proces es wxth whole numbers decrmals and fracuons Algebra rs taught to develop understandmg and manrpulatton of a'gebra1c symbols and to ard rn bet ter understandmq of problems cf fm n e tnsurance marketmg mterpretahon of tests and gra hr al repre s ntatlon Geometry shows the value of deducttve reasonmg and tends to create a c:r1t1cal att1tude of mtnd Abrl tty 1S developed o recogmze geometrrc forms m nature art and mdustry and apprec atxon IS qamed of the power of geometrrc proof and the value of rnecharucal drawmg and engmeermq The Tngonometry course empha rzes the u e of trrgonometnc formulas and equatrons m o vmq plane ftgures m problems of hlqher mathemattcs and n the sc1 nces Arprec1at1or1 1 also game-d of the use of table ar-d of ll'1e1I m erpolat1on zsgo 1 Mlss Mxldred Wemtz Mr Ro'ie and members of a solxd qecmetrv .lass 17 1 T gb , I '1 :. vt . -"W T 8 t , E VJ' 4' ' if-A y i 14 -, 1 Q. - in T , ' 1, A 779 1 ' ' 'L 5 gfzql ' 'ff' l 2 . . 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Q .C . . .R . , , , . . .. . l a S . 1 ' I l D . , 'vu 1-, W . ... ,A X., Raymond Bauer I-elps chemrstry students mterpret the results ot an experiment ul!s SCIENCE DEPARTMENT we wear our homes the agncultural methods whlch produce our foods and necess1t1es our automoblles radzos etc all are based upon sc1ent1f1c mformahon Sc1ence also has 1ts v1ta1 cultural values More human betterment allev1at1on of burdens and mod ern 1mprovements have been effected through the work of such men as Marcon1 Pasteur and Ed1son than through that ot scores of men 1n the past A cultured person must understand the past present and be prepared for the future Lack1ng knowledge of the "Cl91'll1f1C foundatlon upon whlch hls envlronment IS burlt 1t IS dlfflcult to see just how a person can understand 1t Mrs Dorothy Bauer supervxses students for the study oi oxygen rn chemxstry class 18 2 'Y 5' ' ' 1 if O , , . xg 2 f E ...,,,' Q? Ji " A ' Our environment, to a marked degree, is influenced by the practical values of sciences. The clothing . f 1- Winthrop Trautmcn and biology students examine a skeleton. ,.! ln. SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Important d1sc1p11nary values are denved from th study Q-Lx of the sclences The hrst the sc1ent1t1c method furnxshes a d1st1nct and tested method of solvmg problems and the second a sc1ent1f1c att1tude IS evldenced by respect for another s po1nt of v1ew openm1ndedness a sensmve cunosxty a hab1t of delayed response a hab1t of we1gh1ng evldence and a w1ll mgness to be convlnced by ev1dence Muskegon H1gh School sc1ence courses try to emphas1ze these prachcal cultural and d1SC1pl1IlGl'Y values 1 Mxss Elxzabeth Vcndegntt Clone C Cook and students test for op txcs ln physics class 19 I H ,, Z .,,,..f , ',,. My I 11,14 ' ' ' e E t. . . . . . . 4 - -, , I - , M . . . . I . . - , . , , , I I - , , . qt EQ , h I , , V ' ' ' 1 vm ' .V ' is . M , J ,,.,'.' X 'L' Q, 1 M41 E . 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Y . . , V p 6 .4 9 ,I L4 1 f A 'swab' Wnllxam H Young George Carlson SGCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Soc1a1 studle are planned to furnlsh the Students wlth the necessary facts on Whl h to base the1r yudgmert on present day problems and to show how today s problems have grown out of the past The students sense of patr1ot1sm IS mcreased by lnspmng tn hlm or her the deslre and determxnatlon to do h1s or her part to make thxs country and world a better place m wh1ch to 11ve wi qfi Russell Parting on and students ana- lyze cz topic in problems class. 20 in ,M fy fy Jar Ri George Russcher Paul Dunworth SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT ff- The long range goals of so ral tudr s when stu dents have entered socrety are to help th m understand current socral economrc and polrtrcal problems more readrly o that they may be able to contrrbute to thelr solutrons and to ald them to become better c1t zens rn wdham Demon relatron to local state and federal governments W Mtn Ethel Pxhlltrom and class study world history. 21 In xi ' X I ' ' J. , - l .. J lv' '.z W -"" A JM lr., ,NT V , - 4 if - .. :' s 'e, - - .. ' , e . S . . H . I . .i . It I Q I I I T nn n un- I i S E A W 5 I -1 ' ix ,IJ ff' X p32 ,L -wgdil ri 45 ht' Anthony Gnlsdorf Mrs Goldxe Mayrose Harvey Paulson CCDMMERCIAI. DEPARTMENT The pnmary arm ot the Commerclal Department has always been vocatlonal to erve the busmess oihces of Muskegon w1th skrlled ofhce workers such as stenographers and general clerlcal workers A secondary a1m however IS to provlde many who do not expect to work 1n bus1ness ofhces w1th an 1nd1 v1dual1zed and personal bus1ness tra1n1ng Many students p1ann1ng on college are now pnvxleged to elect typlng for personal use When the department referred to 1n recent years as the Bus1ness Educatxon Department was hrst started there was only one teacher and the sublects offered were mamly shorthand and typmg In t1me as the demand 1n the commumty for offrce workers xncreased more sublects were added to the busmess cumculum Bookkeep1ng bus1ness anthrneuc and sa1esmansh1p were added Later to enr1ch the pro -Qt? ,QQWX Lili Min Vera Kloutl Students use othce machines 22 . . . . h C . . L. 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . .- 1 1 1 1 , . , ... - 1 1 - I ' 4 ' w -xf - , I .ii .A ' . ,x we s o Y X ,- i ,, " 'S . Mnss Cecelxa Knoll mstructs tvpmq students COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT gram other o 1U1bllS1I'19SS subjects were added and now mclude econom1c geography busmess organ lzatlon and econom1cs For the past several years bu mess students have been able to specrahze Those who can quahfy may choose the lzookkeepmq course Tho e skrlled rn Enghsh and who can pass a quahfrcatron test for short hand may take tl'-e stenographrc course and others may take a general clencal course mcludmg flllng typlng and operahon of certam dupucatmg and Computatlon machmes f' tar' Russell Stevens A I Reed Mnss Margaret Hrtchcoclc S C. - . . I . . I . - A I Ik X ,,,, V ,M 7, fr ff ,W Q' 'jx 4 xt A E W 6 ff- A ' V.l M , X , 5 , M Sq Q 1 za ...ke K. 49- Mxss Marian Helvre Spamsh Mrs Alxce Kyes French Q9 A--4.-1 Mr Robert French Exchange Teacher Maintains.. LANGUAGES Knowledge of the language and hterature of a forergn nahon trrbutes much toward makmg a well balanced rndrvrdual Speakmg and readmg a torergn language IS a sk1ll whrch IS acqurred much as one acqu1res the ab1l1ty to play a muslcal lnstrurnent well through practrce The student can develop progre rvely the ahmty to read wnte understand and speak the fore1gn language In add1t1on to the s1mple language skrlls there 1S much beneht to be ga1ned from such a study For a whole new world 1S opened when one beg1ns through the study of language to become acquamted w1th the culture of people of a drfferent land One loses hrs provmcrahsm and develops an apprecrauon of rdeas beyond the narrow conhnes of h1s own expenences We hke to th1nk that students of language learn to be tolerant of people and rdeas d1ffer1ng from theur own Through readlng the works of great thmkers and wrlters of the fore1gn nat1on through learnmg the tradltlons the hlstory the customs even the songs of the people we become famrllar wrth the po1nts of v1ew the back ground the fundamental behef of that nat1on and thus lay the basls for complete and sympatheuc rnternatxonal understandrng Lam students dress lor Ludt Romcznx 'ii'- Mrss Edrth Mernlt Latm , . 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X 5 I xg ' LIBRARY The Muskegon Sen1or H1gh School L1brary a branch of the Hackley Publ1c L1brary as a mam funcuon contalns matenal for reference both for ass1gnments and for mformatmon on specxal 1nterests and hobb1es Books magazmes and 11lustrat1ve matenal are ava1lab1e to supplement classroom lUSlILlCl101'1 Llbrary matenal supplements vo catlonal guldance The hbrary prov1des a place for recreauonal readmg and serves to develop and gulde a taste for read .4 I M1ss Gwendolyn Webster Mxss Gertrude Kenney 1ng Personal conversatxon w1th the lxbranans book d1splays and class mstructxons encourage a love of good readlng IN MEMORIAM M1ss Kenneys w1de knowledge of matter and style made her a very valu able member of the Semor Hlgh School I.1brary staff and many students form er and present owe her much for thelr enjoyment of good books 5 Our hbrary bulletin board ln., The lxbrury ll popular . . Q 3. , , , '. I V lV,v3:,iLLQ"'Q,Q!f'l . . A 14 V I . Ima XJ 'ag ' , f. 'Lt books and appreciation of both subject 1 - , - l l I 1' H 7 V l1-7' ., , 1 . V . 4 X -X " 7 . ' ' it T' K - 1. '- ... MUSIC DEPARTMENT The aims of the Music Department are three-fold: creating a love for and an appreciation of fine music, preparing the students who wish to make a career in the field of music, and serving the student body and the community. Since real appreciation of fine music comes through actual performance, an earnest effort is made in both choral and instrumental groups, to provide all the stu- dents interested in music with opportunities to perform. Students preparing for a career in music are taught not only the technical s1de of music but also to Work as a group and as an 1nd1v1dual By performing for the student body and the Commun ity at Various assemblies and concerts the music de partment helps these groups appreciate good music and raises the standards of the school and community 1 William Stewart Ioh DeHom Alex Posvistak Mr Boys cmd Mr Martin study a score 26 VQCATIQNAL TRAINING DEPARTMENT f , . . . ' A Vocational trainin rro rams are an inte ral art of the total Q I- 13 Q P X. Muskegon High School program. Vocational education is that educa- fi Ji tion and training the primary purpoze of which is to fit a person with the knowledge and skills and attitude for the living of a successful , A 4. I up life in a selected occupation. A major contribution of vocational training to the student is toward the aim of "getting along together." l-lornemaking education. espec- ially, is dedicated to the necessity of developing characteristics which will result in harmonious and happy home and family living. One of the ervice- following occupational training is intended to keep students adiusted to the tob by satisfactory tob placement O W Rodewald Electricity fkg 'Tar 4 "tr,-' Top Checking electrical mo ors Below Tes ing automobile eng ne Bottom right Foundry techn ques are 'earned Top left F Broil Auo Mechanics Top right A I Archambault Foundry 27 MANUAL VCDCATICDNAL K .... -LA Checkmq page forms rn prmhnq Lelt Mr Lundell Related Sublecs Rxqht Rex Shecrthem Prrntmg was -if pn... Om., V5 E G Apu l MschcmxcclDrc1wmq Arthur Pearson Mcchme Shop D W Moonev Cubm tMc1k ng Drawing up plans Putting linishinq touches on chext ARTS AND I-IQMEMXXKING A It s un workmg m plastxcs wxth Mr Ladd Mrss Molzen supervxses cr! students 'x is -dl"h, QQ ff? Ka, i-. iw jfqlggr -nn- lah' Mlss Emxly H rkm r Foods Mrs Fay Muck Schnrmer Mss Ida McKmney Tmlormq Sup rv1sor of Home Economxcs W Mm fx X 1 It looks good Plunnmg their rooms 2 A 29 RETAIL SALES "Jia 'iw ,fTA"' Left to right: Iames Wil- son. Patricia Zeckzer practice salesmanship. if Right: Mrs. Pauline Dunsmore The Cooperative Business Training Program is a branch of the Department of Vocational Education It cooperates with local business establishments rn provldrng our students with the skrlls and knowledge required for useful busrness employment It offers practical work experience in our stores and offrces 1n addition to the normal four hours of trainrng at school Th1s type of tra1n1ng follows the common con ceptlon of learnrng that one learns best by doing The school the tra1nee and bus1ness cooperate rn helping the student make the adjustment from school life to the actual employer employee rela t1onsh1p Business and industry have found this type of trarnlng advantageous because 1t provrdes an ef f8Cl1Ve means of tralnmg potenttal future full time employees, They have gn en the school splendid cooperation by acceptmg 1ts trarnees and by cre ating retall and office advi ory comm1ttees This program has served a great need rn tra1n mg the students who do not plan to attend 1nst1tu trons of higher learning after graduation In so doing it has enabled our schools to better serve our entire community 'MY ai"- Learning the u e of dlctaphone and office machines lim .vw-"" Georae Qaul Miss Ioy Anderson Derwir- I Walvoord 30 K, 1 . . 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P K ,, X w s ,A 1- X I lx 5 I IQPS BULL MYRNA LOREE College Prep Senate 12ltreasl3 GAA 1 Masque 5'- 3 Semor Play Radro I and II 3 BURGHDUF IACQUELINE RILEEN College Prep Y Teens 1 BURIS DOLORES P College Prep Rex Omnrum 1 Chorus if I Momtor 2 3 Les Amis de la Fran e Zfsgt-ata msl3Kpresl Senate GAA 2 Bowhng 2 FHA 3fpresJ Conservahon Club 3 Saxd and Done 3 Semor Play Radxo 3 CAREY ROBERT L Day Trade Elect CARLSON ALMIN DAVID Vocatronal ,,. T K Electrtclty CARR PATRICIA LOU College Prep wr' CASTENHOLZ ROGER E College Prep Band IV 123 Orchestra 12 3' G Solo and Ens mble Playmg 1 2 3 Pro Musica Club 3 CASTONIA DELORES MAE General YTeens 3 CHAMPION BETTY IOAN College Prep Band ,. 12 3 Pro Mus ca 3 Rad1ol3 41 AL CHARLES DARREL HUGH General Track 2 Football 3 CHEONES CLEO wh 3 . ANN Stenographrc CHRISTENSON MARVIN DAVID College Prep A Cap '- pella 123 Football 2 Basketball 1 Student Counctl 123 Track 23 Student Police 2 3 QS ""': , ,a-4' Q 6 CLINE RICHARD HENRY Cabmet Makmg Day Trade Track 12 COBURN Q' HELEN MAE Cooperahve Busmess Retaxl and Of ICB Club 2 3 COCHRAN WAYNE KEITH Retcul Sales Band IV 1 2 Petaxl and Olhce Club 3 "' 'S' 8 ,Q Q COFFEY GERALDINE B General Glee Club 2 Basketball Z COLLINGE IARED EDWARD College Prep Conservatlon Club I COLVARD CAROLYN LEE Stenographxc Conservatron Club 23 YTeens 2 2 Lxle savmg 23 5 0 Camera Club 3 Semor Play pq -1 'ff ' COOPER SARAH MAE General Chorus 1 Monitor 123 A Cappella 2 3 CORNELL RICHARD DOUGLAS College Prep Conservatrcn Club 2 3 Semor Play CORVIN STANLEY IAMES Vocatxonal Auto M chamcs Track 1 2 3 35 ' M ef I - X V p . .fJ I ., 4 .17 2 6' 1 e '- -' I 'A . ' " I A ,Q if ., I- . , .I ..C h Y., I ' ffff 2,3 - AJ, F , Q It ,xl J' at ' ' A ' 'E' 42 . X ' vi A ' W y., 'A sg 'I :,, I . 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I l R Itg ' . p ' V ,, . vi K , , ' 1 1 , .QQ . 4' 'S 12155 COTTON IOAN ELLYN General Retail and Office Club 2 COTTRELL DUANE DOUGLAS Retail Sales Retail and Office Club Z3 COWDEN WILLIAM General CRAMBLET MILLICENT VERA General Chorus 1 A Cappella 12 3 Ludi Romani 2 CRANE RONALD E Cooperative Training Retail and Office Club 2 3 CREGG LOIS EVONNE College Prep Chorus 12 GAA I2 3 Senate 123 Conservation Club I Student Council 1 Speech Club I Art Club 2 Semor Play Ludi Romani 3 Said and Done 3 Bowling 2 Sftreasl CRETE LOIS ANNE General Commercial Student Council 1 Senate 1 lsecyJ3 CRYDERMAN BETTY LOU General Monitor 123 Recreational swimming CUMMING MARGARET MARY College Prep Conservation Club l Speech Guild 2 DALRYMPLE ARLENE D Office Training GAA 12 Band III 1 Retail and Office Club 23 DANDY VIOLET FARR Cooperative Business Training Retail and Office Club 23 DANHOF BONNIE LOU Retail Sales French Club 2 GAA 2 Retail and Office Club 2 3 DAY IOHNNIE M College Prep Student Council 123 Monitor 3 Said and Done 3 DEBOER CORA IEAN Business Cooperative Chorus 1 Retail and Office Club 2 3 DEHAAN ALBERT DALE College Prep Band l2 3 Orchestra l 2 3 Pro Musica 2 3 Camera Club 3 DEWITT MARIORIE ANN General GAA 12 3 Glee Club 12 3 YTeens 2 3 Alpha Rho Tau 3 DUNK GLEN THEODORE College Prep A Cappella 3 DYKEMA RAYMOND WALTER College Prep Baseball 1 2 3 Basketball EASTMAN IAMES ERWIN College Prep.. Student Council 1.2.3 Student Police 2 A Cappella 3: EDGREN ARTHUR SEVREN College Prep.: EKLUND, LOREE ANN. College Prep.,Volley Ball I Basketball 1 Y-Teens 2lsecy.l.3lpres.l Camera Club 2,3 National Honor Society 3 Monitor 3. 36 ai- 'I it I 1-7 "' aol in QF -Q.. 4 . -ll' if FOX AMELIA DIANE Colle e Pre Les Amrs de la France 2lpresl3 I ERICKSON DWAIN DARWIN ANN College Prep Student presl Semor Lrle savrng 2 Done 3 ERICKSON ROGER M QAS A ff our Vocatronal Pnntm ERICKSON PATRICIA ,Z 9 Councrl l 2 GAA I 2 3 Senate I 2 3lvrce Il A sgtatarms Senror Play Sard and General Football I 2 3 ll A sgt-atarms 54 36' FAYTON LARRY IOE College Prep Band 1 HIY 123 FERGUSON IEANNE MARILYN College Prep Rex Omnlum lllreasl Senate 123 Natronal Honor Socrety 2 Sflreasl Sard and Done 3 Class Secretary 12 Senror Play FORDHAM VIRGINIA RUTH Stenographrc Chorus 1 French -11 Club 3lsecy1 Conservatron Club 3 39 9 P YTeens 3 FTA 3 Sard and Done 3 FREDRICKSON CAROL ELIZABETH 5 as College Prep Shutterbugs 1 2'vrce pres J 3 Speech Gurld 2 Sand and Done 3 Radro I 1 3 French Club 3 FTA 3 Senror Play FREIN EDWIN HAROLD General Senror Play Q? Cl 4, D C -06 :TF FRIS IOHN RAYMOND College Prep A Cappella 123 Rex Omnrum 12 Chorus 123 Masque 23 Cheerleader 23 Student Councrl 23 HIY 3 Conservatron Club 3 Senror Lrfe savxng 3 Sard and Done 3 GARDENOUR LENORA MAE Stenographrc YTeens I Cheerleadmg 1 GAA 1 Band 23 Senror Play GARRISON MARISUE College Prep Y Teens llsecyl2Ireporterl3lvrce presl Conservahon Club 12 Senror Play GEDMIN LOYAL ROBERT College Prep Track 123 Student Councrl I2 GODFREY DONNA LOUISE College Prep Rex Omnrum l21secyl Masque l2lsgt at armsl3 Carmenta 123 Bowlrng 1 A Cappella 23 Senror Play Student Councrl Slvrce presl Natronal Honor Socrety 23 Nanonal Thespran Socrety 3 GODSIL IOAN LOUISE College Prep Conservahon Club I 2 GAA 1 2 3 Y Teens Ilsecy J 2 Monrtor 2 Saxd and Done 3 Sen lor Play GONZALEZ ELMA Retarl Sales Chess Club 1 Retarl and Ollrce Club 2 3 GORYL SHIRLEY MAE Stenographrc GROENDAL HENRY ELVEN General GUDELSKY DOROTHY IRENE College Prep GAA 1 Senate I2Csgtat annsl3lvrce presl 11A Class vrce pres GUSTAFSON RALPH DAVID College Prep Band IV 1 2 3 Pro Musrca 2 Golf 2 Conservatron Club 3 Senror Play HAASE HAROLD WINSTON General Band 1 Retarl and Offrce Club 3 ' av 256 'TF Qin. 4 Q6 A nv-f"'t TQ As HAGLUND WALLACE EUGENE College Prep Shutterbugs l23Cpresl- Speech Gurld 2 I-IAIN RICHARD WILEY IR College Prep Semor Play HALL MELVIN EDWARD College Prep Rex Ommum I2 Debate 23 Forensrcs 2 3 Student Councrl 2 Ludr Romam 2 3 HAMIL DOYLE I College Prep Baseball 1 2 3 Latm Club llsgt at-annsl 2 Masque 2 3Ipresl Student Councrl Slsgt -at-arms' Natronal Honor Society Gfvrce presl Semor Play HAMSTRA BETTY IUNE Boolckeepmg and Ac countrng GAA 12 Grrls Glee Club 1 A Cappella 23 HANCOCK E EUGENE College Prep HANSEN EMILY ANN College Prep Student Councrl Rep 2 3 A Cappella 23 Momtor 3 HANSEN VIRGINIA MARY College Prep GAA l A Cap pella 123 Carmenta 2 3 HARTSEMA RONALD DALE College Prep Stu dent Councxl l Rex Ommum l Baseball 12 3 Radro 3 Semor Play HARVEY RUTH ELAINE Co-operative Olhce Trammg HASSLER SYLVIA SUE College Prep Rex Ommum 12 Conservatron Club 123 Speech Gurld 2 3 GAA 2 3 Debate 2 Forensrcs 2 Momtor 2 Sand and Done 3 Semor Play HELLING LIESCHEN ELIZABETH College Prep YTeens 1 lvrce presJ2lpresl Conservatron Club l2Khrstonanl3 GAA 123 Student Councxl 1 Senate 123 Semor Llie savrng 2 Momtor 2 Sard and Done 3 Semor Play HENEVELD ADELYN RUTH College Prep Student Councrl 1 2 Band 1 2 3 Pro Musrca 23 Camera Club 3 HINES WILLIAM DONALD IR General HISLOP ALICE IOYCE General GAA 123 Latm Club 1 Retarl and Ofhce Club 2 HODGES RONALD RAY. Said and Done l,2.3 Art Club 2,3 Track 3: HODSON. DEAN MORGAN College Prep., Track 2,3: HOFMANN. LUCILLE MARGRETTE Bookkeeping and Accounting, Play Day 2. HOLMQUIST MARILYN MARIE Y-Teens l.2ltreas.J.3isecy.l: HOOVER BETTY IEAN Clerical, GAA l,2.3 Y-Teens 1,2,3:HOOVER DORIS ELAINE Clerical Y-Teens 2,3. 38 'Dv- -'iii H ff 9 3 qv IQ As HOWARD SALLY ANNE General YTeens 123 Band 123 Orchest a 12 3 Momtor 1 GAA 1 Speech Guxld 1 Scnd and Don 2 3 Ll avrng 2 Camera Club 2 Pro Musrca 3 Sen or Play HOWELL GLEN WILLIAM College Prep Rex Ommum 1 Band 2 3 Pro Musxca 2 3 HUDSON MARVA IUNE General Conservatron Club 1 Basketball 1 Recreatlonal swrm mmg 1 I-IUDY MARY AGNES College Prep Pex Ommum 12 Conservatxon Club 123 GAA 123 Morutor 1 Speech Gurld 23 Ludn Rcmam 23 Chorus 3 Semor Play HUTCHISON SHIRLEY MAE College Prep Bowlmg 1 Na xonal Honor Socrety 3HYATT KATIE ANN Secretarral YTeens 2 Natronal Honor Socxety 3 HYBARGER KEN CHARLES College Prep H1Y 3 INGELLS PEGGY IO General Sard and Done 12 Radxo 3 IABLONSKI ANN College Prep Orchestra 12 3 Les Amr de la France 3 FTA 3 IACOBS ROSALIE ELIZABETH College P ep FHA 3 IASICK KATHERINE H Ofhce Practrce Ofhce and Ret 11 Club 2 3 IELIER RICHARD WILLIAM "' 4115- my af' QQ he if -CV- vvw Ao- tv 9141 '58- W JENSEN DONALD MAURICE College Prep IENSEN MARIE ANN Steno qraphzc Senate 23 YTeens 23 IOHNSON BETTY ANNE Stenographrc CAA 123 YTeens 1 Band 23 Pro Musrca 23 Sard and Done 3 Senror Play IOHNSON CAROLYN ROSE General YTeens 1 Conservatron Club 2 3 g Camera Club 3 Semor Lrfe savmg 3 IOHNSON CHARLES ROBERT Col fx lege Prep IOHNSON DAVE SIGWARD College Prep Student Councrl 12 Spamsh Club 1 Masque 2 3 Semor Play Q 3' " IOHNSON EDWARD WILLIAM I1 College Prep Rex Omnrum 12 Baseball 1 Conservatron Club 1 Speech Gumld 2 H1Y 3 Debate 2 Senror Play 77 Tragedy of Mt Olumphus 1 IOHNSON HARVEY STANLEY General Track 123 IUBELL LOIS LADINE Secretarral GAA 123 YTeens 123 39 9 'U' ' V K 1 1 . - 1 . 1 , ,., Y vs ' ' x . , - A A e . 1 2-s ' 45" 1- ' yt- iv" . 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Rl we '56 vA 1 Xa- -we '-E' K OR TQ As IUERGENS RUDY FRED College Prep KELLER SARA LORRAINE Retaxl Sales KELLY CHARLES JAMES College Prep Senior Play KELLY RUSSELL General Football 123 Basketball 1 Track 23KELLY STEPHEN LEO General KEPFORD GRACE IONE General Conservation Club 12 YTeens 12lpresl3 GAA l2lpresl3 Masque 23 Shutterbugs 2 Carmenta 2 3 Said and Done 3 KEPROS CHRISTINE General Art Club 1 Masque 3 Sald and Done 3 KERR IEANETTE Office Trammg Baseball 2 Retarl and Ofhce Club 3 KIENKE RONALD WAYNE General Camera Club l 2 3 KISON IOHN ROBERT College Prep Football l2 KLINKNER WARREN IAMES College Prep Football 123 Rex Ommum 1 Golf 2 Natronal Honor Society 3 Senror Play KNOLL MARILYN LOUISE Office Trammg Retall and Office Club 3 46 KNOP BEVERLY ANNE College Prep GAA l A Cappella 12 3 KOLBE IAMES College Prep Senior Play KRISTENSON EVELYN MARIE Steno grapluc GAA 12 Speech Guild 2 3 Student Council 2 KULICAMP, ROBERT GARY. College Prep.: LADAS, GUS MICHAEL, College Q g ff 39 Prep., Rex Omnium llsecy.l Masque 1.3lsgt.ut-armsD,3Kvice-pres.l Speech Guild 2,3 Student Council 2.3Ctreas.J Forensics 2 Senior Play: LADD. LARRY SIDNEY. College Prep.. Football I Golf 1 Basketball ltmgr.J. '0- Qk , I r . X ' LAMAN. EARL ARTHUR. College Prep.. A Cappella l,2lvice-pres.J.3 Hi-Y: LANSDALE. NANCY CARROLL. College Prep., Y-Teens l GAA l Car- menta 2.3 -Masque 3 Said and Done 3: LAZORACK. IOHN E.. College Prep. 40 'ln Q6 I, as IQ As LEACH DARLENE IOAN General FHA 3 LEBOW ALAN ZELMAN College Prep LEONARD ROBERT IAMES College Prep Semor Play LIFER DAWN MARDA General Retarl and Offrce Club 3 LITTLE CARO LYN IUNE College Prep Latm Club 1 Speech Guxld 2 3 Radxo I 2 Semor Play LOWDER DALE EUGENE General LUE BARBARA IANE College Prep Grrls Chorus 2 Saxd and Done 3 Semor Play MANIGOLD NORMA IEAN General McLAUGI-ILIN RICHARD WALTER General Football 123 Track 2 Prep "nil 4 .ac 44 X.- ka If Ac. , Q QF 'SZ' and ofnce Club 2 3 like as viii fn if "3 MICHELL MARLENE MARY College Prep GAA 123 Bowhng 123 Student Councxl 2 A Cappella 3 Sand and Done 3 MIEGOC RICHARD RAYMOND General Camera Club 123 MILLER CHARLES EVANS College 0 0 MILLER IAMES DUANE College Prep Student Councrl l Cheerleadmg 'rr 23 Goli 2 HxY Sisecyl Semor Play MILLS DOROTHY ANNE College -' Prep Senate l 23 Semor Play MISH ROBERT THOMAS General MITCHELL IAMES I College Prep Football 1 Baseball 1 2 3 Band 1 2 3 Orchestra 12 Pro Musica 23lsecyJ MORGAN KAROLYN KAY Steno graphxc GAA 2 3 Semor Play MORSE CHARLES R Retarl Sales Retarl MOSIER. WAYNE ALBERT. College Prep Football 12 3 Track 1 2 3 H1 Y 3 Student Councrl Slsgtuturmsl MUDGETT VIRGINIA ANN, General YTeens 3 PTA Sfhxstorranl MURN. RONALD MARTIN, College Prep Camera Club 2,3ltreasl School Photographer 3 Saxd and Done 3 41 ,aff Q 36,1 Qt' -QA -"X QF r-,ww sas. GQ .Q ul In-5 fi! WQ As MURPHY LEE I College Prep Baseball 123 Semor Play MUSTON IAMES FRED Vocotronal Prmtmg Football 1 Zlmgr J 3 Baseball 1 Zlscorerl Sand and Done 2 3 NEAL EUGENE DONALD General NEAL IAMES EDWARD College Prep Football 12 3 Basketball l Track 23 Student Councrl 2 Sergeant at arms Semor Class Semor Play NELSON CHARLOTTE ROSE General Retarl and Ofhce Club 2 NEWHOFF WANDA VALOYCE College Prep A Cappella 12 3 NIELSEN MARILYN ANN College Prep Carmenta 2 3 Saxd and Done 3 Semor Play NOORDOF GLORIA SUE College Prep Band 1 Orchestra l NORTON WANDA LORRAINE College Prep Conservatron Club 1 Momtor l A Cappella l 2 3 Ludx Romanr 2 Bowlrng 2 H1C 3 NORWOOD BETTY SUE O'l1ce Trammg Retarl and Ofhce Club 3 NYQUIST PAUL A College Prep Semor Play OKERLUND SHIRLEY ANN College mam 2 3 Senate 3 Student Councrl 3 Sald and D ne 3 OKKONEN MARY E General Retarl and Oihce Club 2 3fVlC6 pres CAA 3 OLDS IEANINE GLADYS College Prep GAA 123 YTeens 123 French Club 123 OLSON DOREEN MAE BRITT Colleg Prep Senate l 2 3 Semor Play OLSON IULIA ANN College Prep Sard and Done 12 Senate 23 Con servatlon Club Z 3 OSBORN CHARLES HENRY Coop Apprentxce l'ra1n1ng PARKER WILLIAM IOHN College Prep Track 23 PARMINTER BRUCE LESTER Coll ge Prep PARRISH PAULINE PEARL College Prep GAA 1 Saxd and Done 2 Alpha Rae Tau 2 PARTINGTON BEVERLEY CLAIRE College Prep Carmenta 12 3ltreas7 Student Council 123 Masque 2 3 Natxonal Thespxans 3 Saud and Done 3 Semor Play 42 NXXX all i6 V 9 r - ' K WA ,' v D , -. ., . . 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IOYCE MARILYN Ollrce Trammg STONE, PATRICIA LOUISE L- Done 3 Semor Play STORM, DOROTHEA ANN. Secretanal GAA I2 45 s I B- I - ' -IL I . 2 . D , T ' : . ' ' W' 1, ,R In I wg . A- -4 1 1 I - 1 .' ' b V 6 - I . I '. 1 I' '. J ': . S- - 'J Q 4 gg ' W2 ', ' I , l Pa iq 6 J, -9 Y . I I . . L! 3 af "3 . 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IOHN IUNIOR Bookkeepmg and Acc untmg Retcnl and Offxce Club l Shutterbugs 2 3 VANDERWIER IACK L Bookk epmg and Accountmg Retaxl cmd Ofhce Club 3 VANDERWIER IOHN GEORGE College Prep VANDYKE CAROLYN IEAN 41-'W pw ,5,.'lF College Prep Student Councxl 12 Carmenta 123 Cheerleadmg 123 A g 3 6'3" A Cappella 123 Semor Play VANDYKE HARRISON D General Band 1 2 3 Orchestra 1 2 3 Boys Glee Club 1 Student Court 3 Pro Musrca 3 'U --I' Semor Play VANHEMERT DAVID LOWELL Bockkeepmg and Accountmg VARNER CAROL VAY General Retall and Olfxce Club Z VEENSTRA CONSTANCE Q? JW MARILYN College Prep Rex Cmmum 1 YTeens 1 Sa d and Done 1 2 A Cappella 2 3 Carmenta 3 Student Coun rl 3 Semor Play VERVEER MARILYN IEAN College Prep Rex Ommum 1 L s Amxs de la 5 6- France 23 Student Courxcll 23 VISSCHER LUCILLE GRACE Ceneral YTeens 3 VOOGD FRANCINE EMILY General Gxrls Glee Club 1 A Cappella 1 2 3 Q! 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SHARON Retaxl Sales DAVISON EVA DE HORN ROSEMARIE College Prep Bowlmg 3 DEMPSEY KATHLEEN College Prep Student Councrl 1 Conservatron Club Z 3 DENHOF EMMA Oihce Tramrng Chorus 1 A Cappella 12 Student Councrl 3 QQ Pl DUFF BARBARA Commerc1a1Secretar1al Conservatxon Club 12 Student Councrl 1 Momtor 12 YTeens 23 Xmas Play 2 Sald and Done 2 DYKEMA ALAN College Prep Conservatron Club 1 Baseball 123 Bas ketball 23 Speech Gurld 2 EBERBACH CHARLES College Prep Football 12 3 Basketball 123 Baseball 1 Z 3 4, EICHORST PATRICK General ENGLER DOROTHY Clerxcal EVERHART FAZAKERLY IOAN General FEISTER ROY Retarl Sales FINDORPF ROBERT College Prep Conservatron Club 1 Football Mgr 1 Student Councrl 1 FRIZZELL IUANITA Olhce Traxmnq Retarl and Olflce Club 23 GERST BEATRICE General Bowlmg 1 GILBERT DONALD General GREEN WILLIAM Clencal HEKKEMA ANNA Olfxce Traxnmg Retarl and Oihce Club 23 HENDRICKS RUTH General GAA 123 Bowlxng 3 Lite savmg 2 52 LAURETTA Clothmg H1 C Club 3 Q5- vw-fr ,ac TQBS HENLEY LYVONNE Stenographxc HERBST SUSAN College Prep Conserv atron Club 12 Grrls Chorus 12 HULDIN DONALD College Prep Band 12 3 Conservatxon Club 13 Masque 23 Pro Muslca 23 Spanrsh Club 23 Basketball Mgr 2 Thespran 3 HUIZENGA HENRY Reta1lSales IOHNSON BONNIE IEAN General Band 1 2 3 GAA l 2 3 Monrtor l 2 Conservatron Club 2 IONESON KINGSLEY College Prep Conservatron Club l 2fPresl3KPresJ Masque l Band l 2 3 Pro Musrca 2 3 Orchestra 2 3 Student Counctl 2 3 KERBERSKY DARLENE General KOLKEMA RONALD Retarl Sales Con servatlon Club l 2 KOOI PAT Retarl Sales Retarl and Ollrce Club 3 KOOPMAN IUNE General YTeens 2 3 Art Club 3 KOHAL LOIS General Band 12 3 Monitor 2 LAGER NORMAN College Prep Conservatron Club vb- Q3 QU- f--4 WSL fi 1 2 Masque 2 3 Sand and Done 2 Radro 3 fli- .4 Q5 19" ."4 LANGFORD GERALDINE College Prep GAA 12 3 Masque 2 3 Senate Z3 Radro 23 Vrce pres 11A Class LARSON BARBARA Stenographxc GAA 1 Treas 11A Class LARSON WILLIAM Retall Sales Retarl and Olhce Club 1 2 3 LIDDLE. PHYLLIS General, GAA l,2,3: LIPTON CARL College Prep., Foot- ball l.2,3 Baseball 3: LO BELLE IOSEPHINE Office Training. LUNDELL, ROBERT. General: LUNDHOLM. CARL. General. Band l,2,3: MAHER. BARBARA. College Prep., Student Council 1,2 Conservation Club 1 Orchestra l,2,3 GAA1 Cannenta 2,3. 53 Ewen? if Q7 .ff 'Q .Q 'IQBS MARTINEZ MOLLY Stenographxc Chorus 2 MATHES ANNE Stenographxc MC CLINTIC FLORENCE Clerical MC GOVERN ALICE General MC GREGOR NANCY College Prep Con servatron Club 1 Cannenta 123 Student Council 2 Student Court 23 MC NEILL MOYRA College Prep Student Council 1 2 3 Rex Ommum 1 2 Speech Guild 12 GAA 123 Senate 23 Ma que 3 National Thespran 3 Radio 3 Said and Done 3 MILLER HAROLD College Prep MOLL KENNETH R General Student Council 12 Art Club 3 MOLL RUSSELL Cooperative Busxne s Conserva tion Club 1 2 Retail and Office Club 2 3 -0 "gf MARINE TOM General MORRIS ARTHUR Day Trade Vocational MOSIER BARBARA Office Training Basketball 1 Retail and Office Club 2 3 Q? tl 1 45 MEYERS. 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I X -ak J E Uk 4,4 5 I ' If ? x W , X X 4 Q - - 1 QNwQsT'm ?"o5 Standlng left to right Mr Rolfe advlser Roqer Bellmger president Doyle Hamil sqt at arms Wayne Mosier sql at arms Seated left to nqht lean Rolfe historian Donna Gcdlrey vtce president Lerla Poppen secretary Gus Ladas treasurer STUDENT CGUNCII. The Student Council is composed of delegates from each home room club presidents and m mbers at large from the 10B IOA and 1lB classes chosen by their respectrve delegates The Student Council is formed to speak in behalf ol the student body in bettermg the schools program Membership m the Student Councn teaches citizenship leadership responsibility and respect for authority The tdea for MHS to adopt and sponsor a rural school was origmated in the Student Councxl This protect was backed by all home rooms Another prolect of the Student Councll was to equip every new 10B with a handbook to acquaint him with Muskegon of serving refreshments to the Brg Reds and visiting teams after football games other clubs followed this example The student court and police force were originally organized by the Student Councrl but later placed under the directron of Mr Raymond Bauer The Coun 11 assists the M Club in sponsorrng the annual Home coming Dance for alumm holds an annual Council Tea for parents of the council members and faculty contrrbutes to charitable orgamzanons sponsors the annual Windy Whirl dance and sends delegates to the Southwestern Conference meetings to discuss school problems frey 74 i IZA home room representatives are above top lelt to nght back row Johnny Day Gus Ladas Roger Bell mqer Ioan Wiqhtman Emily Hansen Ieanne Ferguson Ierry Anderson Second row Donna Godfrey Conme Veenstra Shirley Okerlund Manlyn Brown Marilyn Upton Front row Wilbur Smith Doyle Hamrl Dave Schrock Wayne Mosier 12B home room representatives are above left to right Kenneth Rasmussen Moyra McNeill Emma Denhoff Ioanne Smith Dean Morby Getting readv for the Wxndy Whlrl left to right standing Gus Ladas Wilbur Smith Bill Iohnson Ieanne Ferguson Emma Denhoff Seated Connie Veenstra Marilyn Upton Donna God l , , : . .- - : . .- - v ' - ,, , l - . U , . . - . 1 'yfll 5 . ! E I , . . . r tw, Senior High School. The Student Council initiated the practice V ' . . . . . 1 6, . ' KZ? Above lop back row left to rxgnl Doyle Hamxl vrce presrdenl Mae Brown scrapbook Front row left lo rrqhl Mrs Kan Nalalre Franck advrser Ierrv Ander M. 14 ' 10-pf""' sin XJ, NATIQNAL HONOR SQCIET! The Nauonal Honor SOCIETY 1S a natwonal or gamzatlon representmg the h1ghest hrgh school honors granted for scholarshrp character Clll zenshrp and serv1ce It was o garuzed rn 1948 1n Muskegon I-hgh School as the M Berry Wood Chapter honormg MISS M Berry Wood a Latm and world hrstory teacher who taught here some years ago She was an understand 1ng counselor to her students and a superb rn structor About len per cent of each sernor class qual 1fy for the socrety son presrdenl Kane Hyali secretary Ieanne Ferguson lreasurer MIS Kan Nutche Franck IS Gdvlsel, Above A soclal hour followed lhe rnduchon ceremonv Below New members are presented cerhfrcales bv Mr Manmnq 1 75 , i A , U . , I ' Q ' 4 A .. , , , Q . . . o 'Q - . s 1 I . ' ls, e, X . gr 4 I .33 5 e is x . ' . , Q X X N Q q . iii ' , . - ,sh Q ' ' s I A W s ' 5 . , .. 5, . . Af - , iii W .J I L Y' ' . 4 Q ' N ' ' 7 v , ,. . ,-5, 5 x . 1 1 X . I A - f 1 . .. .. . ,. . 'tk ., . r . 3 - I , S , I r W Q 1.. ,Q . .. rr- ' N i 1 D L . ' X -s ' , I f l n I 1 ', 4 . 1. , . ' , . IL, 1 . ,W rv. gn . , - ' sl' A VS ' ' ,, . 1. 4 js , Ai , A . ., ,... fly' . - " Ny - I ,, v us , ,uh L K , .. N , I N ' f-Q.: 'K' A ' f U . " !.,'vF.'1N' xx ' , ' Q-X 'V-'fx 's . ' . .Q v , 'A . - .' ' ' . .. , . . . ,, - 9 . .. . . . , W ue.-., Q. 43 . in .1 V 5 I . I , h ,rm . af , 1 1 1 - I' u BAND MEMBERS ANDERSON. MARJORIE' ANDERSON. NANCY ASHCRAFT. RICHARD BAKER. HARRIETTAP BECKER. GEORGE BERGLUND, DICK BERGLUND, FRANCES? BICE. RODNEY BRINK. MARILYN BRONDYKE. PAUL: BROWN. JACKIE CAHILL. ELLEN CASHMAN. BOB CASTENHOLZ. ROGER? CHAMPION. BETTY3 COLLIER. JEANINE COLLIGAN. JIM COMER, RICHARD DAILEY. ED DAVIS, DENNIS DeHAAN. ALR DOBBERSTEIN. DALE FAGAN. NANCY FARBER. HUGH FLEISCHMANN. BARBARA FOX. BILL GARDENOUR. LENOREA GARTER, JACK GIGGY, ELAINE GRIMM. JACK GREEN. DOUGLAS HECKER. JOE HENNEVELD. ADELYNX' HILL. JANET' HOEFAKKER. GILBERT HOLCOMB. BEVERLY HOWARD. SALLYX HOWELL. GLEN? HUBACKER. EVELYN HUBER, MARK HULDIN, DON JONESON. KINGSLEY JOHNSON, BETTY Aff JOHNSON. BONNIE KORAL. LOIS LAMAN. GORDON LEADY. KENNETH LOGAN. DON LUNDHOLM. CARL MAYNARD, MELVINE McCAULEY, BARBARA: MITCHELL. JAMESA1 NELSON. HELEN NOLLAR, DARRELL OLSEN. TOM ORTQUIST. ALLAN OSTERHOUSE. VIRGINIA PENGILLY. SHIRLEYr PETERSON, BURTON PIATT, BOB PEARCE, RONALD RICHARDS, GWEN ROELOFS. DON' ROEN, AUDREYR ROGERS. GILBERT RUSSCHER. ALLAN'f SCHMIDT. SALLY SCHRIER. JOHN SCOUTEN, CAROLE SHAW, BETTY SCHAEFFER, GORDON SHEGGRUD, CARROLL SHULZ, JOAN SHUUR. GERALD SIKKENGA, KENNETH SIKKENGA. PAT SILVERMAN. LOUISAI SPOELMA. DON STEWART, DONNA SWIFT, DELORES STIPE, DAVE THEILMAN. GAYLE'- TIMMER. LEWISZ- TOBIN. DIXIE TWINING. KENNETH VANDERLAAN. EDI? VAN DYKE, HARRISONZ- VELTMAN, RONALD VRIESMAN. BARBARAA VUGTEVEEN. JOEL WALWORTH. JEANX WESTENFELDER. OLGA WESTERLUND. MILDRED WHEELER. CHARLES' WHEELER. RAY' WIERENGA. PAT WIERSMA. JERRY WILDER. DON ZELLER. ROBERT ZIMMERMAN. DOROTHY Junior High Students BANNINGA. PAUL BENNETT. MURIEL BOYD. OELORES COLLINS. JANICE EKSTROM. PETE GUNOERSON. HAROLD HUBACKER. EVELYN KOOMEN. WALLACE MOESLER. LOUISE SANFORD. CAROL SHUNK, JACQUELYN VUGTEVEEN. MARY 'Graduating Seniors fWHS,CQ PRO MUSICA Pro Musica was organized the second semester of 1949. The pur- pose of this club is to provide a social organization for instrumental music students and also to promote music in our school. It aims to make the band and orchestra one organization working for a common purpose. All instrumental music students are automatically members, but remain so only if they conform to the rules, which are set up by the students themselves. The club is advised by William Stewart, Ir. Activities of the band and orchestra during the year included the following schedule: September, October, and November, football .HS.CQNC ERT BAND games and pep assemblies: December, Band and Orchestra Banquet at Masonic Temple: lanuazy, Orchestra played at Senate Talent Show and at the Occidental Hotel: February, Annual band concert, District solo and ensemble contest CML William Stewart, Ir. was chairmanl: March, Pro 1Vlusica's party, Band and Orchestra District contest in Grand Rapids, Pittsburgh Symphony Concert, and Basketball award assembly: April, Michigan State band concert, Band and Orchestra State Contest in East Lansing: May, Orchestra Concert, Selected Or- chestra attended Tulip Festival, and the Band played for Hackley Day: lune, Graduation tBand playedl. ORCHESTRA z ORCHESTRA MEMBERS ANDERSON. MARJORIE' BARU, ELAINE BECKER. ELEANOR BEEBE. BETTY BEERS. NANCY BELTON. ROBERT BENNETT, MLJRIEL BERGLUND. FRANCESH BERGLUND. RICHARD BOEVE. LILLIANE BOS. CHARLOTTE BOSCH. PAT CAHILL. ELLEN DE HAAN. AL: FLEISCHMANN, BARBARA FRAZEE. LINDA GEORGE. BOB" GREEN. DOUG HANSEN. ARDYTHE HARRINGTON, ANN HARRINGTON. KAY HASPER. PEARL HOLTOOP, JANE HOWARD, SALLY' HUBER, MARK HUDY. CHARLOTTE JABLONSKI. ANN3' JONESON. KINGSLEY KEILLOR, ANN KLEIN, HENRY KOSMEN, WALLACE LADD. RUTH LOWER, ELSIE LOW LUNDFORD. ANN MARTIN, DONNA MORTON. JANE NELSON, HELEN NOLLAR. DARRELL ODEN, PHIL OSTERHOUSE. VIRGINIA PAIGE. ELAINE PENGILLY. JANICE POE. FLORENCE RICHARDS, GWEN RIGGLE. PEGGY RODE, PHYLISS RODEWALD. BILL ROELOFS. DON? SCHRIER. JOHN SCOUTEN. CAROLE SHEGGRUD. CAROLE SWIFT. DOLORES SWISHER. MARGARET THIELMAN. GAYLER TIMMER. LEWISV TWINING. KEN VAN DYKE. HARRISON' VRIESMAN. BARBZF VUGTEVEEN. JOEL:-A VUGTEVEEN. MARY WALWORTH. JEAN? WELLS. PAULINE WICHTER. LOUISE WIERSMA. HELEN WILDER. DON WHEELER. CHARLESU 'Graduating Seniors A CAPPELLA BAKER. WAYNE BALLAS. CLEO BONT. SUE BRACE. BARBARA BRANCH. HILAS BULTEMA. GLORIA BURGESS, ROBERT BUSH. PAT CARLSON. BARBARA CARIS. ANITA CHRISTENSON. BETI'Y CRAMBLET. CHARLES CUSTER, ELANOR D'ALCORN. AUDREY DANIELSON. GILBERT DRENT. BONNIE GEREAU. DICK HOWELL. MARY LOU HEATON. MURIEL HICKMAN. VADA HINE. NORMAN HODGES. HELEN HUNTER. MARY HUNDERSMARCK. LOUISE IVANICK, PAUL JONES. DON KELLER, BABETTE KELLOGG. LA VANGE KLANG. NANCY LITTLE, CAROLYN' LOWER, JANET LUND. BILL MAYROSE. DAVID MEYERS. MARY ANN NELSON. SALLY NORTON, THEDA PARKINSON. LEE PIIRAINEN, GERNANE POLING. PAT RAHRIG. ARLENE RHODES. .IEANNE RIEKELS. CONNIE ROELOFS. NORMA SCHEILEGGER. DOLORES SCHUITEMAN, JANET SCHUTTER. JACK SEEBALD. CARILLA SELLS, NANCY SIRONEN. MARY ALICE SWIER. NORMA THOMPSON. GRACE THORSEN. DONNA VERSALLE. RONNIE WEFLEN. BRUCE WEISS BARBARA WEISS. BEVERLY ZIMMERMAN. BILL T-:Graduating Svniorx I M. I-I. S. CGNCER Row l, left to right: Ruth Nolen, Beverly Knop, Ioanne Smith, Peggy Smith, Nancy Booth, Iulie Anderson, Alan Arms, Wendell Iohnson, Glen Dunk, Bon Wortelboer, Bette Hamstra, Nancy Renkenberger, Pat Girdner, Georgia Caris, Lillian Boeve, Edythe Grotenhuis. Bow 2, left to right: Betty Bayne, Anita Thompson, Pat Lancaster, Wan- da Newhoff, Kay Frauenthal, Donna Godfrey, lack Fris, Iohn Ver Beek, Earl Laman, Dick VerSal1e, Hayden Smith, Don Schalk, Wanda Norton, Evelyn Yonkman, Betty Cashbaugh, Connie Veenstra, Charlotte Bos, Iane Morton. CAPPELLA I ' on NGC' 1 'J' Li" if '1 "'v ,Q f V , w2,:t'f Row 3, left to right: Della Sias, Karlyn Raftshol, Marilyn Bowen, Carol Bell, Ardyce Dahlstedt, Ioyce Peterson, Emily Hansen, Ierry Anderson, Ed. Hine, Kenneth Iohnson, Bill Graessley, Stephen Haight, Roger Bell- inger, Marlene Michell, Beverly Beekman, Ruth Russell, Ruth Lakenen, Mary Olsen, lean Rolfe, Ioan Wightman. Row 4, left to right: Virginia Hansen, Lois Pruim, Marilyn Hoffman. Mary Lou Medendorp, Artis Medendorp, Francine Voogd, Wendell Ia- cobson, Charles Leaf, Robert George, Marvin Christenson, Max Plum- hoff, Iames Eastman, Leila Poppen, Sally Cooper, Carol Ann Rolfe, Miriam Thompson, Carolyn Van Dyke, Millicent Cramblet. MIXED CI-IQIQLIS MIXED CHORUS ALCORN. ANTOINETTE ANDERSON, ESTHER BEKKERING, LIIANN BOERTMAN PAT COON. PEGGY CHRISTIAN. ROBERT CLANTON. FLOYD COOPER. BONNIE CORONA. DAN DAY JOHNNIE1 DAILEV. ED DE LONG. AUDREY DE WITT MARJORIE DIAL. KATHLEEN DUFF. KATHLEEN FRY. JEAN FOREMAN. BETTY GOODMAN. MAXINE HELLING. LEESCHEN HEPLER. FLORENCE: HUDY. MARY HUMPHREYS. PAT INMAN. ANITA JACKSON. MARGARET JOHNSON. MARY L. JONESON. JERRY JOY. DONNA KLEYN. RUTH MARTIN. DLAINE MARTINEZ, CARMEN MC GOVERN, ALICE NELSON, IRENE OSTRANDER BETTY PARKHILL. CAROL RIEBEN, JOHN ROCKCOLE. MARYK SCHOENBERGER. NANCY SEASTROM, JOAN SLOCUM. VIRGINIA SPIER. MILLICENT STRATIL. JOANNE SUMMERVILLE. ART SWAYER. MARILYN TIMMER, LOUIS TAYLOR. MARNETTE WALTON. JOAN WELLS. MARY WESTFIELD. JOAN WIKMAN. GRACE WINTER. CAROL WRIGHT. RHODA 'fGraduating Seniors MUSIC NQTES Upper right, top to bottom: "HIT THAT HIGH C"-A Cappella sings in hal's at Christmas. "THEY STHUT THEIR STUFF" - Hoen. Vanderlaan, Gard- SHOUT. "MAKE THAT FIRST"-Schmitt, Huber, Fleischmann, Roelofs play at contest. Upper left, top to bottom: Pro Musica Officers. "O.K. BOSS" - Band marches in Memorial Day parade. "TREES" -Cornet solo by Harrison Van Dyke. "IN STEP"-Huber, Berglund, Silverman. :Ka I 9 1 45 ,, ,I H.. 1 S . f fi Q.. 1 ' A , 4 f g' . ,f liif 'Lin French Club Instqma Spamsn Club Members I-23 XAXFUIS D2 Ld FVGFICZ Les Am1s de la France the name of the French Club means Frrends of the French Pro lects dur1ng the school year were as follows A scrapbook of Muskegon and th1s school for the ch1ldren of M Rene Robert exchange teach er from France CARE packages for French famlhes the buylng of books for the French class and a dance rn the begrnmng of the year vrce presrdent Mar1lyn VerVeer secretary Vrr g1n1a Fordham treasurer Betty Iohnson hrstor lan Frances Wehrle and sergeants at arms lean Walters and Mur1el Weber Mrs Ahce Keyes ts advrser French Club Members work on scrapbooks me F14 They promote rrternatronal relatrons Lett to rrqht Barbara Sexqel Manlyn Upton Ann Wallerstrom Vrrqmra Trappany Frances Wehrle Barbara Stordahl Iacquelme Hack SDdf1ISl'l kb CIFCUIO Espanol The purpose of the Spanish Club IS to stlmu late mterest rn the language and the customs of the Span1shspeak1ng people The clubs act1v1t1 s lor the past year were a candy sale Chnstmas party at whrch tradmonal Spanrsh games were played and an all school dance after the Muskegon Muskegon He1ghts basket ball game Offlcers Presldent Patsy Iohnson v1ce pres 1dent Ann Wallerstrom secretary and treasur er Kay Ryan Adv1ser Mrss Marlon Helvxe 81 ,r X iff, ' V L, ,, . . f...f1w . I 1 I . l - ,X l I ' Z nxt Club officers were: President, Delores Buns: P U - - 1 . . me I SPEECH GUILD The Speech Gulld two years old worked th1s year rn the frelds ot debate and forensrcs Each group prepared teams for contest work The debate d1v1s1on last tall had teams of four new members 1n a four week contest Var srty debaters of the prev1ous year served as coaches The tournament strmulated rnterest and produced matenal for the state debate tour nament whrch the Gutld w1ll enter next fall Debate cha1rman was Carolyn L1ttle The torens1cs group prepared a team whlch entered state competrtron thts spnng rn school dtstnct and regronal meets Speakers took part 1n oratory orator1cal declamatlon dramatlc readrng and extemporaneous speakrng A speakers bureau rs marntalned to pIOV1d6 Gu1ld speakers for programs of c1ty clubs and organ1zat1ons Gurld speakers spoke for the annual Communrty Chest Drlve The club also gave Chnstmas programs for c1ty organ1zat1ons last year Advrser Mrs Huldah N Burdlck 82 Standmg Max Plumhol presrdent I' 'UPS for order Seated left to rrqht Mrs Huldah Burdlck advrser Evelyn Chrlsten son secretary Shxrley Pengrlly vxce presxdent Speech Guxld members Standmg left to rrght Bonney Hohenstren Roger Bellmqer Nancy Sells Paul Ladas Pat Rxce Mary Hudy Carolyn Lrttle Drck Swanson Ioan Wrqhtman Max Plumhot Mrs Huldah Burdick Seated left to right Sylvta Hassler Shrrley Pengllly Evelyn Chrxst enson Elame Page These comoeted rn the Drstnct I-'orensrc Contest Back row lett to rxqht Max Plumhoi Rrchard Gereau Melvm Hall Peggy Nelson Front row Ioanne Paige Kay Ryan Betty Iohnson Ioan Wlghtman . 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V., .. t, RADIO Qu1et' We re on the au' The follow 1ng program IS wntten and dlrected by students of Muskegon Sen1or Hrgh School Rad1o Class under the leadershrp of Mrs Karl Natalie Franck And so you 1o1n the M H S Radlo Class for a broadcast Th1s group has produced 175 shows durmg the school year They have done almost all of the Publrc Servrce shows such as the publ1c1ty for the Com mumty Chest and related act1v1t1es over the three local statrons For school programs you have heard the followlng senes "L1nger Awh1le", "I Bel1eve", and "Our Wonderful World" These volced the op1n1ons and xdeas of the students The group has produced several "H1gh Vanety Shows" on the local Coca Cola Hour over W K B Z Students from North Muskegon, Grand Haven, and Muskegon Hexghts have been guest part1c1pants rn several shows Wllh the M H S puprls M' ,yas gr Left to rnght Max Plumhoil Ierrv Langford Iames Q3 lx Buck Hayden Smrth Moyra McNexll Rrght Mrs Karr Natalxe Franck Below left to rxqht Delores Buns Iames Buck Myrna Bull 3 :ff , if fx x Q X is .ss '13 'rl 83 MASCJUE AND THESPIAN SQCIETIES The chief arm of the Masque Society is to further the production oi dramatic art in M H S Masque members are eligible for Thespian pomts which are awarded at a banquet each May Other annual events are a three act play in October an all school dance in Nov ember partlcipation rn the regional play testi val in Ianuary and presentation of three one act plays in March In the officers cabinet this year are Doyle Hamil president Gus Ladas VICE pre ident Barbara Fleishman secretary Leila Poppen Helen L Harton IS adviser Troupe number 704 of the National Thespian society was organized here n the spring of 1946 The nation wide soc1ety 1'as as its obyec tive the advancement of dramati crts on the secondary school level Applicants for membership must have earned ten Thespian points before they will be considered These points may be earned in the Masque SOCIETY Senior play or Advanced Radio Membershrp in the Nat1onal Thespian society is the highest honor which a student can attain in high school in the held of speech lts motto is Act well your part There in the honor hes f'X 84 Officers Back row left to right Shrrlev Penqilly historian Dave Iohnson sqt at arm Leila Poppen treasurer Barbara Fleisch man secretary Seated lelt to right Gus Ladas vice president Miss Helen Harton adviser Dovle Hamll president Above too A tense moment m The Valiant Above Soreadrnq the News Left The asp ring actress didnt qet the role Years Ago y T treasurer: and Shirley Pengilly, historian. Miss . ,. . t SHUTTERBUGS Wally Haglund was president of the Shutterbugs, the photo- graphy club, this year. Other officers included: vice-president, Paul Champoux' treasurer Ron- ald Murn' and secretary Nancy Beers. The club organized three years ago has Mr. Will- 'am Denton as advi..er. Well equipped darkrooms are available to club members and advanced photographers The club takes pictures for Said and Done and Campus Keyhole Pictures of CICl1V1l19S are taken and filed for future refe ence Sales of pictures of activities as a means oi financing the club was tried out this year ,442 4 ' - V 'de. I dq ng the f e po nt of photoq aphy 1'--fliy. Getting the finished product Ton Officers Plan SENATE Center Chrxstmas gxlts for Chlldrens Home Bottom At the Art Gallery 9 98 -41' Y in Ji' The Senate Flne Arts Soclety Nas or1g1nally organtzed 1 1914 tor the purpose of study1ng parhamentary law Through the years the empha 1S has shrited to the consrderatron of the fme arts such as lrterature and pa1nt1ng Among 1ts act1v1 l1eS for the past year have been two danc ess the Peace Plpe Pow wow rn the fall and th Senators Swxrl th1s spr1ng an all school talent as sembly on lanuary 23 and the Senate Carmenta Chnstrnas banquet They also contnbuted to the fund to sponsor a rural school and dld research work for the Amencans All pageant February 13 Offlcers are Mae Brown pre 1dent Dorothy Guclelsky uce presrdent Ann Archer scc retary Barbara Stordahl treas urer and Iackl Brown and Marlene Krupp ergeants at arms. Mrs. Mabel Quail is club adviser. Rlght The Chnstmas Tea ratemrze at banquet 4' ?g1 The arm of Carmenta Lrter ary Socrety 1S to further the ap precratron of lrterature Durrng the year members have pre sented llterary programs wrth emphasrs on poetry and novels by modern authors Carmenta started wrth a membershrp of both boys and glrls wrth uterary socral and servrce arms Among the more rmportant accomphshments of Carmenta durrng 1ts early hrstory wa therr brrngmg Vachel L1nd ay to Mus kegon Carmentas actrvrtles for the 19491950 perrod began wrth the annual Tea for prospecflve members The try out rollowed and the 1n1t1at1on of new members came rn October The annual Chrrstmas Tea for the mothers and old members was served at the Woman s Club In the sprmg the annual Cotton Ball and the banquet for graduatmg senlors at the Occrdental Hotel were hlgh lghts Carmenta has also sponsored a dr1ve for books for the Muskegon Chrldren s Home CAIQMENTA A km, is 11.43.43 ilu if Pta- sax IL Top The who e gang turned out Above left to rrqht standmg Mrs Dorothy Bauer advxs er Dorothy Wenk treasurer Peggy Nelson hrstonan Pat Lancaster secretary Seated Lrlhan Boeve presldent Barbara Flexshman flower chairman. 87 Of f ' , , f ft! , - ' V-2' - t -, , 5 , A L, 1 E? 1 '2-3'-la. , A xl 4 a n , t N . 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I . : , ' H V They rule Under the leadersh1p of W11bur Sm1th and Mr Geo ge Russcher the H1 Y has had var1ed act1v1t1es The purpose of th1 orgaruzatlon 15 to create mamtaln and extend throughout the chool and the commLn1ty the h1gh tandards of Chu t1an character They managed concess1on stands at the football games donated mon ey to the P0110 Fund and the rural school prolect and bought a bulletm board for the school The Father and Sons banquet held 1n November was h1ghl1ghted by the 1nduct1or1 of new members The St Patrlcks Day dance 1S sponsored annually by H1 Y OFFICERS Presldent Wrlbur Smlth f'5'4'54' 9.1 It s a group S eddy Boys vi' Vibe pres1der1t Bob Tarleton Secretary Iames M111er Treasurer Harold Scarft Aavrser Mr George Russcher Kbtz q BB 1 'A N I gi , 5 Vain? 'il gg if ' pw: 5 , , .. wt f - In l ' . h . , 5 X J' iv!- t 1' Q -W H . 1 4 - ' XX? g - 1,f,w-,Fx v . . . . I , - . -3 - h l . I A , s 1 ' ' s 'S' . I - , . . . 1 . , . . , . y . 4, ii in - . Ofircers drscuss plans Lett to rrqbt stancnnq Marrsue Garnson vrce presrdent Sally Howard sgt atarms Frances Wehrle Inter councrl represent atxve Ieanme Olds treasurer seated Manlyn Holmqurst s cretary Loree Ek und president The pr1nc1pal arm of the Y Teens rs to burld the char acter ot rts grzls If IS natron wrde ln scope encompassmg many creeds and colors and rs aftrlrated wrth the YWCA Th1s year the Muskegon Semor H1gh School chapter of the club packed boxes for overseas YWCAS At Thanks grvmg they gathered canned food to be grven to the needy of Muskegon The grrls took feld trrps to varrous churches of the communrty and to end the year they qave a mother and daughter tea In cooperatron wlth other Y Teens of the area they partrcrpated rn a World Fellowshrp Program Mrs Margaret Taylor 1S Senror Hrgh adv1ser Q 9 V TEENS Carol sxnqmq Lett The qxrls pose at therr Chrrstmas party Above le't Vrrqrma Mudq t Above rrqht Ioella Baker ' I ' A I ' . - at gig . 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' -- ei ...., X 1 X . as z GAA Oftxcers Shrrlev Okerlund presldent lean Walters vxc presrdent lean Rolfe secre tary Phyllxs Lxddle treasurer Above GAA steps out Below Mrs Adelaxde Seastrom advxser Q, 1 'T -ol Below nclcs CIT" Mrss Harrxet Rexd Advrser GAA The purpose of the Grrls Athletrc Assoc1at1on 1S to create better leadersh1p and cooperatron between grrls through mtra mural sports Awards are lsued at the conclusron of each sport The GAA has contrrbuted to the rural school project and Wllh the proceeds from therr candy sale plus some addmonal money from thelr club funds they donated money to the Goodfellows In sprlng the grrls have an mira school play day whlcn was started two years ago A flnal p1C1'llC and a dance conclude the years act1v1t1es Durmg the wmter months the GAA along Wllh the Conservatlon Club sponsored the Football Fantasy dance A hayr1de at Chr1stmas t1me was also held Pm wmners are Seated Vrrgmxa Trappany lean Walters Evonne y gg Mo y Nt l , .h . to , , , cfeqqihytus Liddle, Shirley okemmd. standing - cnrce Kepford. mlm Hend- Q2-fit 3'3" . 'l mf ,f f n I .q C '- x 55 J a 3 y Organizing a chapte in the Future Home makers of Amen a first began here October l4 when Ann Kathryn Gibbs Williamston Chapter president spoke to home economics students on this subject The QIII1 of the FHA whi h is sponsored by the United State Oiiice ot Education and the American Home E onom1cs association is to promote and errphasize the importance ot worthy home membership Officers are Dolores Buris president Max ine Kulrcamp vice p e ident Shirley Neder velt secretary Kay Ryan treasurer Mary Yarranton histor an and Norma Gregory reporter Mr Stewart Cooper is FHA ad viser FHA Lett Oil cers conduc rites Norma Gregory report r Dolores Buns president Maxine Ku icamp vic president Kav Rvan treasurer Mary Yarranton historian Shirlev Nedervelt historian Below FHA Members receive pins FUTURE TEACHERS QF AMERICA A Future Teachers of America Club has recently been organized at MHS. This club. with the purpose of interesting students in a teaching career has opportunities to ob- -erve teaching methods in city schools. Members are assigned positions in these schools to help teachers at specified times through the week. 'Ihe club has plans to visit teacher training schools to acquaint them with these institutions. They also plan to affiliate with the national FTA organiza- tion and join other FTA groups for social and educational purposes. Officers are: Emily Hansen, president' Shirley Pengilly, vice-president: Leischen Helling, secretary-treasurer: Virginia Mud- gett, librarian-historian. Miss Ethel Raue and Mrs. Scharmer are advisers. FTA officers, advisers, and members pose. 91 'Q Ofhcers check farm plat CQNSERVATIGN CLUB The Conservatlon Club was estcrbhshed to foster an rn terest 1n the out of doors by hrgh s hool students and also to show puplls th rmportance of modern con ervatton Durrng the pa t year the pnncrpal project has been the 239 acre farm In the sprmg and fa l the club planted pmes and rn December harvested others and sold them to the Y s Men s Club for Chrrstrnas trees A group of boys formed a gun club La t fall an organ zatron was set up to mstruct 1nter ested members 1n hre frghtmg Offlcers of the club are pres ldent Kmgsley Ioneson v1ce presrdent Charles Beatty urer Roger Bennetts sgt at arms Arlene Go sleln and Kenneth Spurgot ncember shrp cha1rman Ioan Randal program chaurnan Lester Nel on reporter B111 Rem hod Advr ers are M1 s E1 c beth Vandegrlft and W n throp Trautman 92 . S ,V ' s s E ' secretary, Robert Rop: treas- , s ' ' ' 1. 1 11 S 1 . ' ' - l . 's 's "1 - Top left to rxqht ixrst row Io Ann Franke lack e Hack Sl-nrlev Reqeczl Dawn Nlebarger and Vxrglmc Trappany Back row Marqxe De Wm Curtrs Stewar' and M ss Mo zen 436' HELP SOMEONE ALPHA Rl-IQ TAU 5:28 Mss Ann E Molzen Advxser A1 nqnt Duane Babco k puts the hmshmq touches on hrs oll pamhnq 94 Alpha Rho Tau the art club of Muskegon Semor Hrgh School bers qoverned by a board of ten drrectors that formulated 1ts pohcres has made posters for varrous orgamzauons and the back drop for the A Cappella concert 'Ihey were organrzed for a tvvo fold purpose of furtherrnq therr own talents and of be1na of CGTVICG to the school They plan to exh1b1t thelr work and poss1bly sell some 04 thelr own composmons l ' f Q l W V r ... 1-1 X U 1' t .lf Y J' -'ll I l"lI'l'l , l . 1 a V um l V . Z X f N ,, , 1 J. e l I E if I - I I I ' T' -f zl. I TH' 1 ,E was re-orgamzed ln February, 1950. The club, whlch has forty mem- ' r ,I :.y y . I t n , .v i n.. ml " .4 ' N - ' - w x . . . 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T M , IA I A V V, A, A A i., The Oosterbaan Trophy awarded to the Hank Warren halfback Tl-IE SEASCDNS REVIEW Muskegon Btg Reds faced one of the toughest football schedules ln the state at the start of the 1949 50 ea on The schedule lrsted frve tradrtronally tough Southwestem Mxchrgan Conference games plus Flrnt Central of the Sagxnaw Valley conference Royal Oak of the Border C111 s League Lrbbey Hrqh School of Toledo Ohro and Grand Raprds Cathol1c Central The latter became state champrons rn 1949 The season opened w1th the Grand Raprds Cathol1c team de featmg the Brg Reds 20 0 It tended to d1m the hopes of Muskegon fans for a vrctorrous year However the coaches and team thought otherwrse and set thelr goal at vvmnmq the Conference Champron shrp The story from then on was a senes of vrctones for the Brq Reds Frrst came Fhnt Central w1th a 14 6 score next was Grand Haven 20 0 Benton Harbor and Holland followed wrth 32 6 and 32 0 scores respectrvely The Lrbbey Hrgh School team rankrng tl'1rd rn the state of Ohro was a dark horse In sprte of therr strong defensxve team the B1g Reds held them to a scant 17 yards and Won 12 O The Royal Oak game was tough and spelled trouble for the Brg Reds dunng the frrst three quarters Dunng the fourth quarter tl' Brg Reds came to lrfe and won 14 O teams rn the state Kalamazoo Central After a scoreless game and wrth two mrnutes to play Muskegon was on the march A fumble on the second down on Kazoo s 6 yard 11ne proved costly and the game ended tn a coreless t1e The season closed Wlth the Herghts game at Hackley Freld Demonstratmg a great exhrbrtron of forward passmg Muskegon won 20 7 It was a successful sea on after gettmg off to a bad start The boys staged a rnagmfrcent comeback and won the coveted Ooster baan Trophy and the Conference Champ onshrp Moms Norton guard Clem Poort tackle Wayne Smith halfback Wxlbur Smxth guard Q ' - s s . ' . .9 I . . I . I E . t , , I D . I r AC winner of the Southwest conference. Then CCI1'I'1e the all iI1'1pO1'lGI1l game Wllh one of the SlZOI1geSl - ' ' s ' . , 1 3 . . - 1 . . M - s ' . 1 'lyk u 9 A I 9 . A V' h .,. ' .fi - r V RESERVE FCDCDTBALI. Review of Little Keds 1949 Season A rugged Little Reds football Squad won the Iunior Varsity Cup of the Southwest Conference for the second time in three years in the 1949 season, and won their 20th game in 21 starts over the past three years. lt was a fighting team that would not quit when the chips were down. Coach Wilber Kelly expressed the opinion at the beginning of the season that his team would be lucky to win half of its games. He says now that the boys developed as the season went along, and they took advantage of breaks to win the tough ones. A close look at the record shows that the Little Reds scored a seven-game total of 139 points to their opponents' 14. To roll up a defensive and offensive average such as this requires a really good brand of football, and Coach Kelly and his squad did not need to take a back seat to any one last season. Hard tackl ng was the mo t outstanaing feature of the team They caused their opponents to fumble 21 times in the last four LITTLE REDS RECORD We Team They 13 Grand Rapids Catholic .. 25 Grand Haven . .. . 7 Benton Harbor . . , , 31 32 Grand Rapids Union , , , 18 0 6 6 Holland 0 2 Kalamazoo . ..,, . .. 0 O 13 Muskegon Heights .. .. .. ,. games and recovered 14 of those fumbles Coach Kelly How Row Row B 6 E right right right Martin Wood Bannmga Knutson Fett Lirone Cuthroll Rademaker Kendall Fairfield Kellmq Thomas Corona Younis Parlnson O Bush Lmtler Knop Basham Butterfield Versalle Chnstianson McNiff Meier D Morrall Servers Rexben Leadv Ielf Ladas Scharlf lay Ltqgms 99 ' ' S . 1, 1 ft to ' : ' . . ' , . , ' s, , . . ' ' - Row 2, left to right: Coach Kelly, Schalk, Groce, King. Larson. Hill. Branch. Al Bush, Cook, Clanton, Coach Carlson. 3, l ft to ' 1 ' ..,, ' . . , ' ' . , . ' - 4, 1 ft to ' Z . ' ' . ' . ' , . . ' . ' . A. . . . ' ' . BIG BEDS BASKETBALL R 1 left to xqht Bosma Ed Morrall Scarf! Rademaker Slqren Eb rbach Glmo e How 2 leit to rght Coach McShannock Hays Rasmussen Beaucamp Whxte Dvkema Bolema Bvrns Ortqu st SEASON S SCHEDULE e Team They Grand Rap1ds South Grand Haven Kalamazoo Benton Ha bor Battle Creex Muskegon He1ghts Grand Haven Holland Kalamazoo Benton Harbor Muskegon He ghts Lanslng Sexton REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Kalamazoo OW . 7 : I f s- 1 . . 9 . 1 1' . W 32 ' ., 4 4 A 3 3 37 32 A 4 to 5 35 47 Holland . 3 3 44 36 50 35 z 42 52 ' 46 50 ' 40 48 35 48 47 33 . 35 38 42 52 . . i 39 66 ' ., . 56 30 39 100 BIG RED CAGERS HAVE GGGD SEASGN The Big Beds f1n1 hed thlrd in a tough QouthwestConferenceth1s year with Kalamaz o State Champs first and Benton Harbor second The Big Reds started out very slowly due to inexperience sickness and experimentation to find a winning team combination They dropped their first two games to Grand Rapids South 37 32 and Grand I-laven 35 32 Both games could have gone either way The Big Reds hit the w1n column on December 16 taking Holland 47 44 but went over to the loss col umn with Kalamazoo and Benton Harbor They returned later by defeating Battle Creek 52 46 This victory With m1d year graduation Muskegon lo t lack Rademaker Bob Gilmore and I1m Hays Earl Morralt was brought up from the Little Reds to replace Rademaker who had been an outstanding player HIS first game was against Kalamazoo Muskegon played a good game but went down to defeat 1n the last min ute and a half 35 33 The Big Reds lost to Benton Harbor 42 38 in the next game Agaln the game could have gone either way The last two games on the schedule were won by Muskegon At the tournament the Big Reds drew Kalamazoo but met defeat by a score of 34 30 The tally for the eason showed seven wins and seven losses The team had 1tS ups and downs but never lost 1ts spirit of cooperation and determ1nat1on a Muskegon characteristic It s a scramble lump Ball l 1 101 sparked the Big Reds to win the next three games with Muskegon Heights, Grand Haven, and Holland. LITTLE REDS ARE C0-CI-IAMPIQNS Ro 1 left to nqht Dobvns Kendall Clanton Knutson Varl Morrall Rademaker Fa rfxeld Stephens DeFo est Row 2 lelt to nght Felt mgr Schutter Steppmg l-lexser Ra hbun Nyblade Hme Coach Kelly SEASQN S REVIEW The L1ttle Reds basketball team won ll games and lost two for a percentage of 846 durmg the 1949 50 won or t1ed for the lumor Vars1ty Champ1or1sh1p The followmg stat1st1cs 1nd1cate the1r prowess 36 4 13 pomts per game to opponents 28 ll 13 pomts 191 held goals out of 550 shots for a percentage oi 34 8 154 fouls or an average of ll ll 13 per game The hrst semester team was outstand1ng but spec1al cred1t goes to the boys for wmntng three of four games the second semester after Earl Morrall and Kurt Knutson were moved up to the hrst team 102 SEASON S SCHEDULE 6 Team They Grand Rap1ds South Holland Kalamazoo Benton Harbor Battle Creek Muskegon Hexghts Grand Haven Holland Kalamazoo Muskegon He1ghts Lansmg Sexton W ' - 39 ' 27 season. lt is the third straight year they have either 32 Grllrld HCIVGD 17 ' ' ' ' ' . 34 18 37 32 ' ' ' ' ' ' I 41 18 - ' - ' . 35 28 ' . . 35 ' 26 - . 43 27 37 42 ' ' , ' 22 34 ' ' ' 27 ' 35 45 ' 44 l .. Front row, left to right: Schutter, Boes, Karis, Drent, LaConte, Ortqulst, Stephens, Rollins, Mayrose, Conroy Buck Wright Second row, left to riqht: Byrnes. Balkema, Cuthrell, Hill, Banninqa, Bellinqer, Warren, Mitchell, Zimmerman Fett Nyblade Hartsema Sobatio. Third row, left to right: Coach H. E. Potter. Iuerqens, Atendulis, Veurink, Scofield, Rasmussen, Eberbach Masar Eller Beaucamp Paul Hamil, Fairfield. Fourth row, left to righi: Martin, Morrall, Ed., Stepping, Rademaker, White, Siqren, Morrall, Earl. Dvkema Smith Blamer Reis Murphy BASEBALL SQUAD --1950 BASEBALL SCHEDULE - 1950 April Whitehall There April North Muskegon Here April Muskegon Heights There May Grand Haven Here May Holland Here May North Muskegon There May Whitehall Here May Benton Harbor Here May Holland There May Kalamazoo Here May Muskegon Heights Here May Grand Haven There Front row left to rxght: Iensen Fltckema Cashbauqh Wenrda Ogren Colllgan Lmdstrom Bathnck Corvm Second row left to rrqhfz Miller Mgr Gedmm Brumsema Poort Neal Scarff Kelly Ron Krueger Mosxer Babcock Morse Thlrd row left to nght: Bishop Mgr Groce Slevers Schalk Bush Clme Lundeen Morley Heuser Iacob en Hme E Mcshannock Fourth row left to rxght: Hine N Iohnson Tarleton Becker Clanton Smlth Parkmson Bellmqer Rakoskv Ladas Ivamck Fifth row left to right: Paul Stout Murdouqh Chnstenson Toboy Kmg Stxpe Bonlheld Swanson R Spurqet Younts Srxth row left to nqht: Mixer Shrlver Dobyns Voss Hazekamp Fttch Smrth B Chrrstranson Corona Clanton April April May May May May May May May Front ro left to ight: Bob McNiif, Ron Bostrom, David Cook. Richard Miller. Gene Hathaway, Coach Kelly. Back ro left to right: lack Allen, Iohn Schrier, Charles Ashley, lack Lewis, Philip Poort. GOLF SQUAD --1950 April April May May May May May May May lune GOLF SCHEDULE - 1950 Holland North Muskegon Benton Harbor Holland Kalamazoo , North Muskegon Regional Meet Benton Harbor State Finals , Kalamazoo Here There Here There There Here Grand Rapids There Here I Ps Cl-IEER LEADERS llpl Over' Above-1950 Season, back row, lei! to right: Carolyn Mills. Doris McNi!t, Nancy Berglund. From row: Eloise Krupp, Anita Caris, lack Oqren. Shirley Sik- konga. and Betty Iohnlon. 106 Above-1949 Season, left to right: lim Miller, Karolyn Flickema. Eloise Krupp, Bel- lv Iohnson. Carolyn Van- Dyke. and lack Fris. Top. above-Tumblers: Elo- ise Krupp and Betiy Iohnson. f vqyx CX WRX Aw rx 1 5 ,Nix Ki' X X X R av f ? 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Volleyball teaches qur k thmkmg and even qurcker reactrons Household tasks use them Vol leyball IS an 1mpo tant part of the quls gym pro gram and also the after school athlet1 currrculum 110 Top nqht Bettv I Iohnson puts xt over Top mnddle Iackle Muth wa ches whrle her team mate hxts Lower mxddle Phvllxs Lxddle huts xt Low r nqht Bettv A Iohnson s team at plav ' , C 5' . ' ' ' , . ' 2 7 - ' - quick on her feel' She must keep her eyes on the Extreme left: Ruby Bumqardner has the ball. WN I TV PAYS To X ADVERTISE lx fg r 5 uf mx mba!!! L .v"'x f X 7 x 1 6 19? 'N XZ "na-ff 41 "Mn" X N Xl PN XQXSQ Nvx vw 1 ww Wk-. M xx-uqf Q-gm QU fy K 1 , ix XS x . j I I .gn li I ' ' i Xf' l 1, 7 ' ll 'l I f I ' Q f f 1 1 l I I f If ' ff ' f , R Q 1 A X 1 K H f , , , , K 1 J P KE J qi' 'N X K df, L W ,X lt?-A , W U K Il 1 I 2 A 'U -' J ' . I f Q gm ' r W rx . ---' 1 4" L ' F If '-4 5 P , 1 ' . N ' M.,-,. 1 B M K by 1. 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' ' . 34 ' , 12 , . 17 .... , .,... .... . 6 ' 18 EUMMERCIAL PRE Th M Campbell Wyant d Cannon Foundry 1 - Q a Q THE SS 'X e aster Printers 1931 Sanford Ph. 25-4244 Congratulations if an B 5 SANITARY DAIRY COMPANY 7We,8wd usl: s Your B Neighbor QGWLQU Q 7l0L!Q Zlzcwzd Za Me 6fa44 X195 O P1ne Street Furmture Co Home Furmshers to Greater Muskegon For Half a Century Q Q- K.-is ,K A- . I rr 1-1-v Q r su Wm! h Olganlx-h 1 'N A ' 'X - 1 .E K Q' x ' ' ' X ' I 7 1 ef' , 0 A ' I ,A 5 Q A " gy V A A ll ,E , , ' , Top, left--E111 Ichnson and Lois Pruim. Top, Right - Doug mer Gnd Glen Dunk. Czntcr. - C di Th H H . Center. ' - h . cc h h ' O . Lower. - ' I di' - ' fl . l I l COMPLIMENTS FAMOUS exclusuvely VET S 25525 20I W W st L B i M gh! RqlCl k R P 1 h mmsph or wagons .f QED ff L59 3 .1 ap remafim flaw nm :nj PHINHNIE E i itil V . OF X W fcfgggsz f:1:ig,Qg: , if aim QQ ' I f f xafff at X Faq 1 6 A 1 I l Top, ell - Ioan el on. Center - Jimmie ill R' - P t St B.1,Lft l -N Lg,D S',Bbf' dfI,Bb L ,B Kp,lVIy lVlN'1, . e ern I S ,tht ' h -Ch B tty, I y y I' ld, hyll L'tl,G yL.qfd,D Bb k,wy My R'qh A-M l M' 1, 'h . 1 f Y, , X' ff X ' N , X , , D , Q, , f, V. - sl - I 2 X 'I If 4 i IB , ' I 3 9 X I 9 I , K " v' J - f - Qanqnainfafzam TEIEDIIOIIB 2 6635 Congratulatlons and SuccesS to the Graduatmg Class of 1950 CLQCK . I- Y f w L x. W 1. W 'I N - A -'U' . 1 A .. ' lr- Q' ' Y .qv Q, JK " ' 1 .. . X Y s :ni J ll Top, Left -V lorncm Barrett. Fight A Beverly Borqeson, Center, Left A Iohn Sextes and Betty A. ., son, Right- ey Iohnson und 4 Lick Cli . 4 'F Botiom. . -- ' ' r ,, Q ' 1 'Sf 1 I o L o L Stu ents FOLLOW THE FAVORITES DETROIT TIGERS wItI1 IJa ry I-IeIImann ALL WEEK DAY 6- SUNDAY GAMES WKBZ I 850 KC ABC NETWORK Jn HOIIIEEMY CLEANERS CLEANING PLANT .l Opposute Central Campus Ray WIerda 5 8 S I 2 3lO9 cI I I i I O O C 1, I I ' ' . I I I I I I I I . r - I I I I Q N ' U I If . f' is Iv- Top. Ief - Karl n Rcftshol. Fiqh' -Iohn Fri . BoiIcm,LefIto rig' - L:isP ' ,E1ecxnorIzhnson, Iecnn F-g ,DI B'.IY Tpp,IN yA. , , ' M ' O . 1 .SSRN A .L-Q cvsrowsns I PLQIIIQ 5- ' A-VJ ' '3 ' 'I ' I 04- an ord Phone - 4 , mx DRIVE CAREFULLY BUY CAREFULLY e th Tl-IE MUSKEGON AGENCY INC Behind the Scenes t Sen or Play 993 T 2 2874 Murder ln a Nunnery p t For Hospltallty Serve Coca Cola C8965 C521 ,ig Xe- COCA COLA BOTTLING C 820 PINE STREET PHONE 2 6662 .M hgx Y f U Ge Ycur Auto and O er lnsuranc s t L fC 1 ' a i errace St. Phcne - ' Op osi e Court Hcuse o o ! DRINK .,..,T., 4 6 vw' 4 4 1 6 'v .. 7' E UNH Q Q Le f, ' PINK 5 .. - 0. OUR BUSINESS I-IP Hlpv P PY MUSKEGON TRUST COMPANY s f rw k Congratulahons to the Class of 1950 Mlehtgan Regent State Strand PAUL I. SCHLOSSMAN CO. ,,, 5-YYY W W I' , ' I I is to N el you Conserv y p perky ' " e ou manage yo pro erty I S ' I I-IeI ou plan Ituture security for , your IamiIy ' ., , " 4 I . at ,, g Q , I I IQJIJX yrs ' ' I fa 3 'A , if W Said and Done ta f a or across from the Court I-Icuse on Wa'ton E 5 55" SIIHIH NIH R5 HFWU N'- Sc l Save Regularly And Watch If Grow The Nauonal Lumberman s Bank l1'fu4ke9on'4 GMM! Rank , V in " 41 gi I ' P l c :fav . N. . Ea 0 if N . at - jf' Top. Front. Left to riqht-Bet' l, ty A. Iohnson, Ieun Rolfe, Col- H , 3 leen S yl , X Back - H len Carlson, B - . ' bore B e. Ccrol Rolfe. loy ' ' h Hczec Pl loan hu z. Bottom - loyce Stevens. Y L ! , 741, v I Q LM O 9 For Fmer GlfIS Select From KRAUTI-IEIIVI S uallty Jewelry Smce 1887 G? jvauffzemz 320 W WESTIERN AVENUE, Complete Lute, Acclclent, I-IeaItI1, an I-Iospltallzatlon Insurance Service FOR EVERY MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY Merrill A. Pringle GENERAL AGENT WASHINGTON NATIONAL INSURANCE CO. 208 Muskegon Buulding Telephone 2 5797 r F,lV ' gl Jx ' ' 34 I I f ' 'It ' , 3' . I ' . ' 'xx 5 o , . . In 31" 1 X 1 I Syf I I X ' fi QS I-X I 5 II, Leh I ight-W Lenore Gcxrdenour, Beverly K R' h MC .y and Grennou. J , s I y I 0 9 o o o o C I New B1 llslzfvl Bllllu Snugbler lv.. If-ather 5 llc I lu ur: oxford with dccordllw. lyroe 1 'LJ 'bf lmn fonu .alfd ala tlc trap kup 1 nu ls lfmll 1 tlllllllt' Crepe bottom Broun ua rh urfacl d Burk 17, f, FREEMAN Mae NK-. Xi,-,lf ADVERTIZED IN THE WEEKLY NEWSMAGAZINE CUTSHALL S Qfaffznevft af Snccei uf Men Lyman Bldg 294 W Western ' 55 79 1 X - I 'fl ' 'U v L, , ' u 0 Q ' 1 - . I ! I Q - 7 Y Y :rw -5 - - I I-al I ,,,m:x. ...I ,-5' S f..5't A-A ' QI , 2 . I ' 5. 5 . H5 . . . A. Hsuall'1I.'lll.'ll1' Ill mlm: Ivulhvrs lllllf sllmlvs. -, 1 1 E 'IIAL I'UUlXKl.Ak 'YI FVAKIIIYVL ull Wx .AA .I 'ulkgaffs C737 "..v 25: V -N, Lx Ll' " jfjxf ' gf-. -X -,15 ' ,qv-Q 4-,' X A , SI 303 XX 4 Q Ollwv' Frz'v'mun'x 58.9.3 lo S19 9.2 May the fzhemwi of the amg.mzW,,, Graduates Come true MILADY S 7Qufffg77l0A4' Wl'Alll'lill'S PIIAARMAQ 1 Rexclll Drug More T 1 pl ms QU? MWQZLMQMZJ Clover Foundry Co Plston Rmq Castmqs Muskegon M1ch1qan I f D . CQ J X ' c c wonc 1- . - , 1394 Peck St. Nluskc-gon, Mich. Comphments QX IKHCIILIIH Photo Servlce 367 W Western KEY T0 PRIVACY nr party." Yr-:me wizh Page - Amen' .rl firft ufxen u ire fv ue. For mul lem in- Iunualiun on senice -- IUBE-42 Terrace Street I-IASPER S Save Mor Markets Convenient Locations 260 Mason Ave I37 E. Laketon Ave. 788 W. Lalmeton Ave. C W A Insurance xr Tlns dependable Agency sells only dependable lnsurdnce Chaddock Wlnters and Alberts 301 Hackley Ba k Bldg gcwqfmjwffzifcvfm gee!!! Wwkw Contlnental Motors Corporatlon -T , n - 1 I I I Lei! -- Pct Sikkengc. Right. Top- Don Hermanson, Bottom Dick w I1 . ,-1 Y Y Y I I 0 . . pf Aflflltlflflgfdzd N cluq ID X-.sm mlm cl l umlmnc Couric QY of BISHOPS THQ Trlendlv Furruiure Sfore 427 435 W WESTERN 7 7.1-QKCAU. x Op, - mf . Ii 2 f f . Tclcplzolzc , A, .lj , . , K A 2 CongratuIat1onsto A WM? 4 the qraducztmq class of 1950 miami!-iii!-if! KWPERFECT riff' Bakers of Perfect Bread and Rolls KW Qkurff THE BRUNSWICK BALKE COLLENDER CO EXTENDS TO THE MID CENTURY CLASS ITS BEST WISI-IES EOR SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS WlZ6J AN I-IONORED NAME IN MUSKEGON FOR 144 YEARS ' ' C ' - . nz' II -V .fmhphv-'Q.c.a-I - X I ,I "2'lf?ff'i'15 TT'h' . . " 9. U E I 'WM bww- - my-'.,f . T ' I drhaqan a e 'Q nc. Z CO11gfafUl3llOUS to the une Gladuatmv Class GB GEORGE A LONG Rghtlg A113 H Iyl-I Your Typexx rlter Man Hc ldqu xrtcra for School QLIPPIICS Gan 1000414 Our school can tram you elfhclently and place you advantageously IH good posltlon upon graduation BO YS GIRLS Boys ca equ p themsel es to hold good pos G ls a equvp lzhern el es to hold excel tnons by study ng ou Busmess Execut e or lent secretanal posnt ons or very good C l the Bus ess Adm st ato Course Se :ce 'obs by complet ng our semor secre tar al or the execut e secreta al course MUSKEGON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS The Friendly School O D l 1 1 l 'P l S l ' Top. ef!-Barb Seigel, H V - 1, i - e oem, o eneveld. 7 Bottom. Left to right -- Pcxt Erickson, Myrna Bull, Merie I Olson. -1 1 ' ' L . I . . a n l v l- lr C n ' . 3 v - ' i r ' lv ' ' l lvl in ini I I n . rv' ' i ' - l iv rl . l - 7' 7, - Q I - 8cQm71Z4menQ YUNKER and SUN Plumblnq 81 Heatmq 9 b hl Mk Nyl-I ly t dRthH q'1! y C 1 C FELT 81 C0 Portrzut Photos Day Light IS Naturgs Llght Best for Weddlngs, Iamllv Groups, Conflrmltlons LIL C felt .md Lymm Block Sec Yourself Undgr 'lhn Cloak l 5 A 1 . l . , W '4 Tcp, Front. Lei! to ri ht -- Nancy Lcmsclule, Sue Hcssl Sue Her st, Ginno Hansen. - x Buck row, Lei to right - Frances We r e, ic ey Nielso Street l George lo , oy I-Ieneveld, lone Bennetts. Bot'cm. Leit, Left to right - Mori n Up on cm u dricks. , Ri . - Mill ramble! cmd Su ly Cooper. 2 W 1 ' I O l . r . ' A, . 1. I ' 7 ' N 41 ' J . 2 .' ' '. 4 A r y 1 w I L I 1 I V V u , . Auf a ,Ai y W W cmmmzmm and QM? WZ4Ze4 Zia Me QZQA4 f95O HCVVARD S A mend Of the famdy does the 6 111 the home I T1 h I r 'VIICHTGAN CONS 0L11J U ED UAS COMPANY Serzmg 680 O00 C1I3f0II16'I5 Ill Nlnlngfnz f A' 0 0 lkc Nillllfkll G.1 . jour xilum .md inxisiblc servant. fur: I AuI1m1.II1c A , . . Q If Iuulungg 2 Au ll 1111: u.1Icr hcuungg 5 IXUIUI any house cu inn- .Q Y 1 A I l'IA' 'I- I -l"g.,'1I' 1' A I 'I"l- 1 1' I ggi qu bg. XR ' ' A VI ' 1 'I Tak- 1 ll 1 1 1 Ugg 1 N4 .1 Ip . 11 - 1iI-.mum FUI1. 1 1' Il f X Q cn11vcn1cntly X 41 0-. ...,,,,.,... 1 , ' 1 3 -r 1 14 Y 1 5 . - . 1, I I I1 . ' R, I 1 1 .- ' - - i DANIELS Dlstmchve Cn is Ofhce Equlpment B4 oc Portable Typewnter .v 7-Quia? zaflkd Muskegon Federal Savungs 61 Loan Association li! A Ccngz If 5140141 f Qu! 7044294 W 1 X990 The Camera Shep 1235 Peck St Muskegon Ht N1 , L 'X Us ?ne alfa' ef Ll IQZH I fm ffze ,fa 1 of Your Savings Account Invited " uf" I'kl'lIIIf Hldlltlfllgfn nn l'1r,w1 XII' I ' D Sh p Bott Th GAA Ch 1 COHIPIITNLHFS Franus jxroch Co ll IJ lzvilt C 111:11 Cigars dc 248 Market Street filemofuf QWMWMA IIUIIIIS9 Iewelers Qpt1c1ans 227 We-stern A10 Nahonally Adverhsed D1amonds Watches and Jewelry Se Q 1 P1 es Crecht at no extra cost 'Me dlafze ydbw canfncfence buff ! O E 1 5 5 z , I r 5 H 3 W E D n I i I P E O O 1 N I 1 0 I lr I , , 7 Q U ' ' 3 I 0 '.r ' ,I '. , ' . . 1 - L I n Top-Rochelle Cherin 6 Dave Iohnson in "The Flower O A om- ' mas Teo. ' I ,V IX- ! v no 1 7 I":ifTTC'TY T L' sl r' u 011 . . . . lL Y Y, 1, we 5 Yxe QOOKQQ oi K 20 SChI'IlltfY Stop m to see us D1 k oan BOAZ SHOES The Famlly shoe swfe d K Kk Sb1PRkli5Ey glly Next To THE SQUARE N 60 file CLASS OF 1950 C CN GRATULATION S And BEST WISHES BENNETT PUMPS DIVISIUN JDHN WUUD GUMPANY Musxeson, MICHIGAN i 1, F fl U NOW I CAN GET AROUND TO MY WORK F 0 . e lim I I 1538? THPOUGH Pawn, h P gongfzalnfalmnd fa Me Qaacfaalu of 1950 Alfred 1 Hunter 3. Co 1818-1838 Henry ffl fIff927 .lffkl I ,I . 3 l i " I X M FQ nsorgv xuownr , I GJ IQCVCSQ' r' A Ya ' 7961 - 0 'b ...W I .x of I2ED.DY30XESf Your crI'L'kllL'I' 1N1lISIiL'gUl1 Adcqu XY" ing Iiuruuu 'II Iwc glad t0 'I . 'I 1 ' ' tg, I Iwl- . I I -----551 I I - '39 01555104 We mae fzwnoe ca fn L ke every good c1t1zen Sealed Power 1S proud of the fme young peoole graduatmg from o.1r Greater Muskegon H1gh Schools You are the product of excellent teach1ng staffs and some of the best school faC1l1t18S 1n the state of M1ch1gan In c1.r 39 years as one of Greater Muskegon s largest em cal graduates whenever possxble Many of them have advanced through our organlzatlon to top pos1t1on We hall contmue to follow th1s pollcy to the best of our ab1l1ty because we have fa1th 1n you and fa1th 1n our local school systems SEALED POWER SEALED l'01Wtll f0lll'0IlflTl0lll P1stonR1ngs Prstons Cylmder Sleeves Q if 4 ployers, we have followed a policy of giving preference to lo- QE of fdwlaqfzafii Compliments m of PYLE PATTERN and Mfg Cu AMERICAN SCOI e Equlpmcmt an Consu uctlou Corp Fnllmg PTCSCFIPUODS rs the Most Important Part of Our Busmess onfv r ext erlen 9f1l11Y!J crlpt or: Straayer Drug Co E men ee Tm no Qubshtute 366 West Western Avenue 25 I I U - - t ,- - I - Q J 1 - 0 Q ,, .. . . . ' ll O Tw' .A 'On 52 ' fp, N fr J Muskegon -iirxgtrurs' pres' 2 .. C Q ' 3 Y . Mxspwf S O f f , f X P-. iii- 1 I Sth 0 Sbly Quahty Beverage Co gi I 1660 'Zth sf Phone 2 2490 ht L H 52nd YEAR. Qampfznzen Z4 01 E H Sheldon 8: Co IRE WORLDS LARGEST EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURER OI INDUSTRIAL HOSPITAL AND EDUCATIONAL LABORATORY EQUIPMENT ALSO HOMEMAKINC7 AND SHOP FURNITURE A Sheldwi mstollaiion QI 'We tem Reserve Ievelond Ohlo 52nd YEAR , ,A -' 5 X ' Q I 5 . ,I I A 'W' I ' -.ff I ., 1 ' Top. Le't. Leil to right-- Marilyn Upton, ke mi , M y I McNeil, Wayne Mosier, Louise tri e . - Ri h -IN iss Reid. Baiiom. Left- Sylvia Hclssler, Mary Hudy. ' ' Rig , e to riqhtfwcyne Mosier, Hon Cleverinq ' H 7 f - -f' f I l l L I ' . . . 5 , ,Hx 5, 1 , I - I I I , , II M I 1 . A P .lv ' I .A 4 ' ' A I s , C , A l l T I -Yi l , -T Ti Uanqfzafwfmfaawi and B641 Wnkei W' ' Za Zfze ew af 1950 BILTMURE EULUMBIA STUDIOS frm! r f IJICHIIIIIIP I zrtrurts Y ,F I T Phone 2 3013 For llppomlmenl B L 184 W Western Avenue Bankmg Tlmte Bulldlflg Greater Muskegon Complete Bmk and Trust SSIVILC GRI1ATI1R MUSKEGONS LARGEST BANK THE HACKLEY UNION NATIONAL BANK Muskegon Muskegon Hexghts Member of the Federal Deposrt Insurance COTDOTOIIOD 3 1- .nl 1-1 l n l 1 'x 'Q' ' I V - 1' , I -' Q A l l f-I ' 1 ' ' ' , , , .5,j','Ls'M' - . ' IL. I - , ' . Q I7 41 , . 5 K1 f ' ' V v ' ' ' ' A I 'ff ' . , 5, l as I I 4 3 ,z. . ,lfyfle " Q, ' ' .JCI l ' f - 'F Q. Q 5 ,Q3 ' l 4 A- we. . - V K V I M- I J , Rx I, I H," nsnl 'I '." Top. Front row- Neal Moss, Bill Parker, Roy Brunsemcr. I Buck row We ne lickemcx, Bob Grlelon, Marshal ' Rcckosky, Harry De 'o, Loyc Gedmin. ' Bi! ..Lfl-- illEller,Bb ' 1 ,Ih L d . I At 1 I - R .ss M h. , B 1 R'q , 1 to ' ht L ' P , I, F q , M- , .ff f, Y 11 ll . , . . V I ' I Al l I . I 2 - - N 1 1 1 N i , 1 3 I ' I I - T V ' I 27 Our Congratulatzons And Best Wishes To The Graduates Of 1930 L Hy I f R qhl g L I ly R ht L I q V K th C B N L I yl h d Sh I gm 1. na thy Mu Enterprlse Brass Works MANUFACTURERS OF PLUMBERS BRASS GOODS BRASS BRONZE AND ALUMINUM CASTINGS MUSKEGON MICHIGAN Compliments AMERICAN COIL SPRING CO Q . I , I gc I , 1-. I I II , I er I Top. eh I Can y ide ' th y hul seniors? , Top, i -Kin I y Ion n. H I R C..U..f.-.,h.,-B'P1,M- Up 'g I I ' ht- A' Sp I . B I I Fl ' h ' K ,B b h'Id. oo.I.h It 'qht-G SI ,Bb RI I , D th St , D I I . I R' . 'qhl-B b Ch'Id , D ' .I ' 1:1 if Y' f f 9 o 7 I I I I o I rQwZaq4af1fz4 Flowers for all QCCOSIOHS 5393? GAHNAAI FLORAL sum' 1378? kSt t T l 23391 0 Ill ll? 6' If MUSKEGON TOCL AND DIE COMPANY Qdlldqftd ZwfaZ'4cwz4 a Za Me 01644 af 1950 Muskegon Motor Spec1a1t1es Co BC fee 8 . ' U r nf' 1,1 s ,mf Bw! Maha of 92 Irw,n Avenue Muskegoxl. Mic . . w f Y , '6- Gcanqfmizfzfafzani mf 3641 WMQ64 4- i' 1 am-Liam! G, Y -9D Q .u""1 Ziff 2126 of 1950 Top Left io ngni Russ Moll Jf1l11S Andrews Ken Moll Top ng!-nl Lols Creie arwoog Wefsozz Bottom Left to ugh! Front Peg Nelson Lellc Poppen Edylhe Grotenhus Rochelle Che-rm Collete N911 Alberto DUVIS Patsy Iohn on Back Left to rxght Kay Frounthol Bonme Hohen stem Phyllls Iohnson 44184 Zzaoch f X X 3 V . I Tones Q L? I' 'DNS LEABXRQ 1.20 Slade! 5 ,' Walmn '7fume'4 Une in Wow Neiqffioafzoocf off 1 .f '?'7ifTi3 ' f . ,fs 1 -5'5? '::"' ' , ff ,V -Q fhgflf . , ::"'1 fggwgfz-1f?',.5'j. b' - -,F . wig- .. . --- -fl 5, 4- NI? T- Q 49" - F2952 ir 9 " ' ' .tg ' - PJ.- a L s f"'X-4f - X I- 1- Mu of 4 'f 5 3, nf' 1 IJ n N W I 1 ,rf V Q 0 on - . . A i I . 'I . - oo o o I gl' L 'fo 2 -Q Quahtg Shoes for All the Famllq Plnrshelm, Rhqthm Step Vltahtq Red Goose lluq-:Ps C Boot Shop Rqht Li W hN C gh Q t 333W western Ave Tel 23232 M lyV la lf: Qaacfualw of - Y i, , xx N f ,L 'C ' w F I W , V . . 1 W ' 4 I , , A, W I I T p. L it. Lei! to right- ul Gaul, Isellcx Boker. ' , et to right- cmcy Booth, urolyn Ijttl , P t S cxrthout, Iocm i mu . 4 B tl m. Left to ri t-My B ll, P Sk'll't , L'l1'on I I l - Boeve, ickey Niel . C Dyk . V I - - 2 " ' i LH 1 w I DMDWZ4 7c0fmccQZZe 9 T I 2 4 zgafceyfzapfzi PETERSON S 42.5- Better F0odS I L Sr 2 3448 wzqmfu afmm The Careful Workers BAXTER LAUNDERERS and CLEANERS 44 Lyman Bld. Q. -571 ' G -e le ' e ' 1 for ' 1 at 386 Jec' .Phone - mqnainlaifawi Za Me QMJMZQ4 of f950 Ted s Pants Shop spec1al1zmq 11'1 pants sweaters jackets 212 W Western Ave ARBGR FLORAL COMPANY 24 gears ol Dependable Servlce Uur Flowers Are lllwags Greenhouse Fresh Peck Street Muskegon, Michigan Peerless Plating Werks 2554 Getty St Phone 3 8470 33 You ve tned the Rest Now try the Best Remember Hostess caters to the Alumnl as well as to the students MHS I-IOSTESS 24 Hour Servlce except Sunday B -18 if albbi L 1 gh! Ch ck Kelly A d ey Roen Gus Lcd e Voogd H len T1c1pkes it to g H b Vcz Dyke D Roeo onvplamenfl' Lakey Foundry and Machine Company t e "r - - J w- . - C , J I, 'E' , i . A 1 4 1 W .. 4 :gl-jQ.,o....., A 't ff ' ' ' of I ' ' .A W . fy V 1 ' A' , -' 43, W- . , Q - , 5 ' Wgqbq. -- ' ' ' ' 1 31 " fb , Q ",".f., 1 ' ' Bi-'Q Q ,, II -'KVM !'? -:Y'I."',,f"'l-7fa"e. V, k 1: T p, fl ori - u , u r , C 1- . 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