Muskegon High School - Said and Done Yearbook (Muskegon, MI)
- Class of 1952
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SAID and DONE
MUSKEGON SENIOR I-IIGI-I SCHOOL
EDITORS ............ DAVE STIPE, DOBBY SCHRIEBER
BUS. MGRS. .... KEN JOHNSON, KEN SIKKENGA
ADVISOR ................................ ETHEL PIHLSTROM
PHOTO ADVISOR .................. WILLIAM DENTON
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS - THE MUSKEGON CHRONICLE
Mr. E. G. Appel, instructor in architectural drawing in
Hackley Manual Training School, has been in the Muskegon
Public School system for many years, first as a student and
later as an instructor.
He was one of the first graduates from the Hackley
Manual Training Normal School in l9l7 and later obtained
his degree from Central State Normal School. Since then
he has done graduate work at the Universities of Michigan
In addition to heading the architectural drawing de-
partment, Mr. Appel is business manager of the Muskegon
High School Athletic Association to which he has devoted
endless hours of work.
Mr. Appel, in his quiet manner, has been of help and
inspiration to his students and colleagues. He has given
unstintingly of his time to school proiects and has helped
establish the reputation of Hackley Manual Training School
in the state as an outstanding vocational institution.
For his service to the school and community the T952
staff of Said and Done is happy to dedicate this yearbook.
E. G. Appel
Muskegon, the port city, is one of Western Michigan's greatest
industrial centers. At least seventy factories, doing heavy industrial
work, call Muskegon their home.
Automotive parts, bowling equipment, office and school furnish-
ings -these are only a few of the maior manufacturing concerns.
Though the men who produce these commodities are extremely
interested in their work, they also find time for recreation such as
boating . . . fishing . . . bathing . . . and other forms of outdoor
The harbor is one of the finest on Lake Michigan. 'Crafts of all
sizes and types, including some from foreign nations, come and go
during the year.
Culturally, Muskegon boasts its own library, historical museum,
art gallery, and symphony.
Educationally, also, Muskegon boasts fine schools, whose schol-
astic ratings are recognized by the institutions of higher learning
throughout the state and nation.
Thus, Muskegon is a well-rounded community providing a means
of livelihood in varied types of occupations, avocations, and cultural
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CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
he benefits of their studies will also
homes and churches.
be seen in their
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Faculty and Classes ...... ....... p age 14
Seniors .......,.......... ....... p age 28
Organizations ..... ....... p age 54
Boys' Sports ...... ..page 84
Girls' Sports ...... ..page 96
Undergrads ...... page 102
Student Life ...... page 116
Advertisers ...... page 136
Senior Index .......
FACULTY AND CLASSES
he faculty is giving its best to meet the requirements of
an industrial community in the training of its youth.
Classroom activities are the hub of the school where stu-
dents learn the fundamental training for later life.
Mr. Manning, principal of Senior High, relaxes. Smiling at items in the school newspaper is Mr. Knudson,
assistant principal ot Senior High.
They are the people who advise us...
Mr. Edward Huttenga, Director of Vocational Educa-
tian, discusses course of study with Eugene Cuthrell. Mrs. Alice Kyes and Mr. William Denton check records for counselling students.
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The office counsellors, Mrs. Costerline,
Mrs. Ash, and Miss Seifers take time out
for checking credits.
. . . and these keep all the records.
Mrs. Rolfe and Mrs. Cooper, secretaries in Hackiey Manual,
take time out to pose for Said and Done photographer.
Miss Emily Herkimer, director of Home Economics, admires Christmas decorations.
Co-ordinators for vocational courses, Mr.
Lobenherz and Mr. Lowry go over records
Talking over a sales display in Retail
Sales class are: L. to R., Mr. Walvoord,
Mrs. Dunsmore, and Mr. Saul, instructors.
They prepare us for business
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Assisting Bookkeeping students are: L. to
R., Miss Klontz, Mr. Stevens, and Mr.
Mr. Gilsdorf, Miss Hitchcock, Miss Knoll,
and Mrs. Mayrose are discussing merits
of a new typewriter. Donna Dahl is busy
at her assignment.
Mrs. Dorothy Andiews, geometry instruc-
tor, discusses diagram on blackboard
while Miss Mildred Werntz, geometry,
and Kenneth Rolfe, algebra, kibitz.
and hey guide future scientists.
Students watch instructors work on an ex
Bauer, chemistry, Claire Cook, physics
Phyllis Anderson, Douglas Tool, chemis
try, Kerry Ainsworth.
Winthrop Trautman and Elizabeth Vande
grift, biology teachers, show their stu
dents two of the department's many fos
L. to R.: Ronald Wilcox, Mr. Trautman,
Polly Young, Jack Moran, Margaret Swan
son, Miss Vandegrift, Larry White.
periment. L. to R.: Jerry Allore, Ray
Social sciences, languages, and . . .
Discussing their social studies are Mr. A.
J. Reed, economics, Mr. Russell Parting-
ton, sociology, Mr. William Young, gov-
Mrs. Kyes and Miss
Helvie are competing
for their respective
and Spanish, to the
amusement of stu-
dents, Joel Boyden,
Mary Lou Allore, and
Boning up for their history classes are
Mr. Victor Prestholm, Mr J P Dunsw th
. . . or ,
Miss Ethel Plhlstrom, Mr. George Carlson.
research training ready us
Miss Webster and Mrs. Elliott check books
in the library.
Mr. Harrison, Mrs. Quail, Mr. Villiers
and Miss Bedker listen to Miss Raue's
explanation of the new opaque pro-
iector for the English department.
Mr. Russcher, Mrs. Coutchie, Mrs. O'Connor,
and Mr. Gerard pause to pose during their
conference on English lll.
Directing skit in their speech
classes are Miss Peggy Powers
and Miss Jenette Faber, foren-
sic and dramatic instructors.
L. to R.: Donna Kenney, Carr
Lee Sheldon, Ed Berg, and
Dove Smith. On floor is Jerry
Speech will be useful. . .
Radio students programming in the school
studio. Ted Vredeveld is in the projection
room, while Earl Morroll handles the
board equipment, Bob Mixer the tape
recorder, Mrs. Franck supervises and Shir-
ley Sikkenga directs.
ball game over
WKBZ-FM are Jack
Hathaway, at board,
Mrs. K. N. Franck,
radio instructor, Bob
Mixer, Gene Hatha-
way, and Coach Har-
ry Potter, at mike.
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.ll domestic Sfleme
Miss Dorothy Petrie, cooking instructor, gives Joyce Gee, Arline Zirk, Ba
Fisher, Alydc Delonge, Anita Clopper, Carol Homfield, Pot Rad
Scott help in concocting this delectable dish.
ernuker, and Ruth
Useful trades are learne
Don Truman, Mr. Shealhelm, and
Ro V '
n ersolle are getting the res
Mr. Rosengren walche B'
s rian Connell, in
cabinet making, sand his proiectg while
Mr. Henry Bolt gives Dick Scoulen a few
poinlers ab ' '
out his lawn chair.
ready for ci prinling iob.
Mr. Frederick Broil shows two of his auto mechanics
boys, Wendell Willoughby and George Burns, how
lo put on a gaskel.
Roger King and Ken Schalk
observe Mr. Rodewald's
explanation in eleclricily
d will benefit the community
Mr. Arthur Pe
work in machine shop while olh f ll
arson checks 0 siudenl's
er e ows
L. to R.: Bill Ryan, Glenn Slurgiss, Ernie
Sundell, Leon Lifer, Mr. Pearson, Roberl
Jacobs, and Clair Leach.
Foundry inslruclor, Mr.
shows Dale Lifer and
Fred Broil how to check
one of the gauges.
Don Groothuis and .lim
Fairfield look on while Mr.
Appel and Mr. Mooney
explain techniques in me-
chanical and architeclural
Strong bodies as well as
Mr. Walter Ladd gives
smile of approval on an
art project by Anita Bobick
while Miss Ann Molzen
shows Bruce Ashley a hand-
culture come from Muskegon.
Looking over the new
Arion award plaque and
medals are: Seated: Mrs
Stroef, assistcntg Mr.
Stewart, senior band di-
rector. Standing, L. to
R.: Fred Royes, band di-
rector at Angell, Vernon
Benedict, band director
erg and Alex
Posvistak, band director
hese are the young men and women who have met the
requirements of the school's curricula and are now ready to
step into the community to assume their places of responsi-
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l2A Class Officers
lnduslriously planning big lhings for lhe Senior Class are: Sealed, L. lo R.: Don
Scofield, treasurer, Penny Adams, secretary, Don Rademaker, presidenlg Bruce Weflen,
vice-presidenlg Phil Smilh, hislorian. Standing, L. Po R.: Pal Rollins and Jerry Ban-
Mrs. Andrews, Class advisor. Mr. Tool, Class advisor
ADAMS, PENNY, College Prep.-Y-Teens I-FHA 'I-
Lalin Club 2-Ludi Romani I-Boosler Club 2--Sludenl
Council 2-Senior Life Saving 2-Keyhole 2,3-A Cap-
pella 2,3-Press Club 3-Said and Done 3-Senior
ALCORN, ANTIONETTE, General-GAA I,2,3
ANDERSON, GORDON, General-Conservation Club 'I
ANDERSON, NANCY IKRAVAKAI, Cooperative Business
ANDERSON, RICHARD RAY, College Prep.
ASP, FLORENCE RUTH, Slenographic--FHA I-Consen
valion I-Booster 3-Hi-C 3-Speech Guild 3-Na-
lional Honor Sociely 3-Tennis 3
BALCOM, WILLIAM RALPH, General
BALKEMA, LEE ROGER, College Prep.
BALLAS, CLEO, College Prep.-A Cappella I,2-Car-
menla I,2,3-Sludenl Council. 1,2-FTA 2-Booster
2,3-National Thespian 3--Senior Play Crew
BANNINGA, JERRY LYLE, General-Conservation 1,2-
Football I,2,3-IZA Class Sergeant-al-arms--Senior
BARNES, MARY KATHERINE, General-Spanish Club
BARRETT, BARBARA JOAN, General-GAA 1,2-Press
Club 3fSec.I-Keyhole 3-Hi-C 3
BARRINGER, MARITA RAE, Slenographic-Conservalion
Club I-Senior Play Crew
BARTSCHT, CAROLYN AUGUSTA, College Prep.--Senate
Dramalics 3-Senior Play
BECKER, ELEANOR ANNE, College Prep.-Band I,2,34
Orcheslra I,2,3-Pro Musica l,2,3-Latin Club I
BEEBE, DIANE ELAINE, Clerical Co-op.
BELLINGER, HOWARD JOHN, College Prep.-Baseball
IiSludenl Council I-Conservation Club I.
BERGGREN, BETHEL RUTH, General-Band I,2,3-Pro
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BERMAN, LAURENCE HOWARD, General-Band I,2,3
BEYER, WALTER GEORGE, College Prep.
BOERTMAN, PATRICIA JOANN, Cooperative Business
Training-GAA l-Conservalion Club I-ROC 2
BOES, DAVID LEWIS, Bookkeeping and Accounting-
BOETTCHER, RUTH MARIE, General-GAA l,2-FHA
BONIFIELD, GORDON SCOTT, College Prep.-Ludi Ro-
mani I-Track l,2-Sludenl Council 3
BONNEY, SUE ELLEN, College Prep.-Ludi Romani I-
Hi-C I-Press Club 2,3-Keyhole 2,3 lEd.l-FNA 2,3
lPres.I--GAA 3-Said and Done 3
BOOMER, RAY, Cooperative Business Training--ROC
BOS, DAVID B., College Prep.-Band l,2,3-Conserva-
lion Club I-Hi-C l,2,3
BOSMA, ROLAND BOYD, College Prep.-Conservalion
Club I,2-Camera Club 2,3-Speech Guild 2-Hi-Y
2-Lalin Club 3
BOUWMAN, KENNETH JOHN, General
BRIGHT, MERLE LEROY, General-Baskelball 3
BRINK, MARILYN DAWN, Stenographic-Band l,2,3-
Pro Musica I,2,3-Conservation Club 2
BROWN, RICHARD ALLAN, Day Trade
BRUFLADT, THOR HUGO, Vocational Trade and lncluslry
BUCKNER, VIRGINIA MAE, General-FHA 1,2
BUDD, BEVERLY LUCILLE, General-GAA I-TAB 2-
HIVC 2,3-FNA 3
BURGESS, ROBERT WAYNE, General-A Cappella 1,2
-Conservation Club l,2-Latin Club 1,2-ROC 2-
Ludi Romani I
BUSH, ORRIN, College Prep.-Foolball 1-Camera Club
BUSH, PATRICIA, General-A Cappella l,2,3-Hi-C 3
CAESAR, RAY S., College Prep.--Tennis 2-Hi-Y
2iSec.1 3lPres.1-Senior Play Casl
CAHILL, MARTHA ELLEN, Slenographic-Pro Musica
l,2,3-Band 1,2,3-Orcheslru 1-National Honor So-
CAREY, ARDETH ARLENE, Clerical Co-op--Conservation
Club 1,2-GAA 1,2
CARIS, ANITA BETTY, College Prep.-A Cappella 1-
Carmenla l,2,3-Masque l,2,3-Thespian 2,3fPres.l
-Sludenl Council 1,2-Region IV Secretary l,2-
Cheerleader 1,2,3-Booster Club 2,3lPep chairman1--
FTA 2-Speech Guild 2,3-National Honor 2,3-Radio
3-Senior Play Crew
CARLSON, BARBARA JEAN, College Prep.-Conservm
lion l-GAA l-A Cappella l,2,3-FNA 2-Press
Club 1,2lTreas.l-Speech Guild 2,3-Keyhole 2--
Chronicle Page Edilor 2-Hi-C 2,3
CARLSON, LEWIS HERBERT, College Prep.-Press Club
2,3--Keyhole 2,3-Boosler Club 2
CASTONIA, DONNA JEAN, Cooperalive Business Train-
ing-Conservation Club 1-GAA 1-ROC 2
CATTLEY, GAYLE ANN, College Prep.-GAA l,2,3-
French Club 3-Said and Done 3
CHONIS, GUS WILLIAM, College Prep.-Press Club 2,3
1Tennis 2,3-Keyhole 2,3--Spanish Club 3-Senior
CHRISTIAN, ROBERT WAYNE, College Prep.-Conservm
lion Club 1-Chorus 1-Hi-Y 2,3-A Cappella 2,3-
Senior Play Crew
CLANTON, CHARLES, JR., General-Football l,2,3-
Baskelball l,2,3-Track l,2,3
CLARK, BARBARA Jovcs, General-French Club 2,3
CLARK, PATRICIA LOUISE, General-Spanish Club 1-
Conservalion 1-Senale l,2lV. Pres.1-Said and Done
3-Senior Play Crew-Dramatics 3
COLLIER, JENEANNE RUTH, General-Pro Musica l,2,3
lHisl.1-Band l,2,3-Orcheslra l,2
COLVARD, MARY HELEN, Slenographic-Y-Teens 1,2-
Conservalion Club l,2,3
COOK, SANDRA LOUISE, College Prep.-Carmenla
l,2,3-Ludi Romani l-Masque 2,3--Speech Guild
2,3-Radio 3-National Thespians 3-Radio Guild 3
Senior Play Casl
COOK, VIRGINIA CLAIR, College Prep.-Conservation
Club l,2lSec.l-National Honor Society 2,3-Library
Club 2-Booster Club 2-National Thespian 3-Radio
3-Senior Play Crew
COON, PEGGY JEAN, Clerical Co-op-GAA I-ROC
COPLEMAN, CLARE WAYNE, College Prep.-Booster
CORONA, DANN RICHARD, General-Football 'l-Con-
servation Club 1,2-Student Council 2-Senior Play
COTTRELL, ROBERT WARREN, Bookkeeping and Account-
ing-Conservalion Club I
COX, JERRY JOSEPH, Vocational Cabinet Making-
CRAMBLET, CHARLES CLIFFORD, College Prep.-Conser-
valion Club 1,2-A Cappella l,2,3-Hi-Y 3
CRYDERMAN, GLEN RUSSEL, Vocational Trade and ln-
CUTHRELL, EUGENE, JR., Vocational Cabinet Making-
Football l,2,3-Track I,2
DAHL, DONNA MAY, Stenographic
DAHLSTEDT, ARDYS ELAINE, College Prep.-Y-Teens 'l
Student Council l,2-Conservation Club l-GAA 1,3
-A Cappella l,2,34Spanish Club 1,3-Senior Play
DANIGELIS, ALEX SAMUEL, Retail Sales-Band l-Pro
Musica I-ROC l
DECKER, LOIS ANN, Clerical Co-op-Senior Play Crew
DENNIS, LEE BERKLEY, General
DE VETTE, MARLENE, College Prep.-Conservation Club
l,2-Spanish l,2,3-Y-Teens 1,2-Senior Play Crew
DEYO, MARLENE ANN, Clerical Co-op-FNA l-ROC 3
DE YOUNG, ROGER LEE, Bookkeeping and Accounting
DION, ROBERT ARTHUR, General-Senior Play Crew
DOLSON, ROBERT LA VERN, College Prep.-Hi-Y 'l,2,3
lSgl.-al-ormsl-Ludi Romani I
DOOM, CHESTER EUGENE, Vocational Trade and lndus-
DRENT, BONNIE JUNE, Clerical Co-op.--Conservation
Club 'l,2,3-A Cappella 'l,2,3-Library Club 2-Boosb
er Club 2-ROC 3
DRESS, DOREEN LOUISE, General-Y-Teens 'l,2,3--
DUISER, ARDIS RUTH, College Prep.-FHA 2,3-Hi-C
3-Spanish Club 3
EVANS, DON DEE, College Prep.-Hi-Y I,2,3-Ludi
Romani I--Sludenl Council 3-Senior Play Crew
EWALT, ANN, College Prep.-GAA I-FNA I
FAGAN, NANCY LOUISE, College Prep.-Conservalion
Club I-Spanish Club I-Pro Musica I,2,3-GAA
I,2,3-Carmenla 2lJournalisll3lPres,l-Band I,2,3
-Senior Play Crew
FAIRFIELD, ROBERT JULIUS, General-Football I,2,3--
Boskelball I,2,3-Baseball I,2,3
FESKO, MARGARET J., General--Y-Teens 2,3-Boosler
FETT, RICHARD CARL, General-Foolball I,2,3-Base-
ball I,2,3-Basketball l,2IMgr.l
FLICKEMA, PAUL ALBERT, Bookkeeping and Accounling
-Conservation Club 2
FONGERS, ROBERT, General-Conservalion Club l,2,3
FREDERICKSON, PAT, Retail-GAA I-Conservolion
Club 1,2-Camera Club 2
FRIZZELL, JOYCE, Clerical Co-op.-GAA I-ROC 2,3
FRIZZELL, JULIA, Clerical Co-op.-GAA I-ROC 2,3
GILLHESPY, MARILYN JUNE, Clerical Co-op.-Student
Council I-ROC 3
GOSSELIN, ARLENE MARIE, College Prep.-Conserva-
lion Club l,2-Y-Teens l,2-Booster Club 2-French
GOULD, RITA KATHERINE, Office Training--ROC 2
GREEN, DOUGLAS EUGENE, General-Pro Musica l,2,3
-Orchestra 2,3-Band l,2,3
GRENELL, LARRY EUGENE, General-ROC 3
GRINNEWALD, BEVERLY MAE, General
HACKEY, BARBARA, General-FHA I-Hall Guard 1,2
--FNA 2+Hi-C 2,3
HALL, BRUCE EUGENE, College Prep.
HALL, KENNETH JAMES, Trade and Industry
HALLECK, JOSEPHINE ANN, Clerical Co-op.
HATHAWAY, JACK BALDWIN, College Prep.--Press
Club 2,3lSec.l-Booster Club 2,3lPres.l-Radio 3-
Radio Guild 3-Dramatics 3-Senior Play Cast
HEATON, MURIEL ALICE, Bookkeeping and Accounting
-GAA l,2-A Cappella l,2,3
HELLING, FRANCES, College Prep,-GAA I-Band
l,2,3-Pro Musica 2,3-Conservation Club I-Booster
Club 2-Orchestra 2-Senate 3--Spanish ClublPres.l
HENDLEY, FLONTEENIA M., General--A Cappella 2,3
HENRY, WILLIAM FRANKLYN, Vocational Day Trade
HEPLER, FLORENCE JOSEPHINE, General-Chorus I-
A Cappella 1,2-Dramatics 3
HICKMAN, VADA MAE, General-Conservation Club
1,2-Spanish Club l,2-Art Club I-Y-Teens I-A
HILL, ROBERT JOHN, General-Football I-Baseball
HILL, ROBERT KING, College Prep.-Student Council
l,2,3-Conservation Club 'I-Said and Done 3--Sen-
ior Play Cast-Ludi Romani I
HILL, RUTHANN JEAN, College Prep.-GAA l,2-Hi-C
I-Driver's Training l-Ludi Romani I-Said and
HODSON, RICHARD KENNETH, College Prep.-Band
l,2,3-Conservation Club I-Track 2
HOFMANN, ELAINE, Bookkeeping and Accounting-
HOVEY, BARBARA ELAINE, College Prep.-Ludi Romani
I-FHA I-Conservation Club I-Booster Club 2-
Lalln Club 2lSec.l-A Cappella 2-FTA 3-Senior
HOWELL, MARYLOU CAROLYN, College Prep.-Ludi
Romani I-FHA I-A Cappella I,2,3--Booster Club
2,3-FTA 3-Nalional Honor Sociely 3lTreas.I--Said
and Done 3-Sludenl Council 3
HUBER, ELAINE, General
HUNTER, MARY ANN-College Prep.-A Cappella
I,2,3-Ludi Romani I-Conservation Club 2-Keyhole
2,3-Press Club 2,3lSec.l-Lalin Club 2--Nalional
Honor Sociely 2,3-Said and Done 3
HURRELL, PHYLLIS RUTH, General-Baseball I-Bas-
ketball I-Volleyball I-Tennis I
HUTTENGA, GWENDOLYN KAY, College Prep.-Grand
Haven H. S.-Spark Plug I-GAA I-Band L2-
Girls' Bowling League I-Sludenl Council 2lSec.-
Treas.l--Prom 2IDec.l-Junior Play Crew 2-Opereb
la Crew 2-MHS Band 3-Pro Musica 3-Carmenla 3
IVANICK, PAUL F., College Prep.--Conservation Club
I-A Cappella I,2,3
JACOBS, ROBERT FRANCIS, Vocalional Machine Shop
JENSEN, CHARLES LARS, College Prep.-Track 2,3
JENSEN, MARCIA, College Prep.-Ludi Romani I
JIRSCHELE, JANICE LENIECE, General--ROC 2,3
JOHNSON, KENNETH COURTNEY, College Prep.-A
Cappella I,2,3lPres.l-French Club I,2fV. Pres.l3
lTreas.l-Camera Club 2,3--Conservalion Club 2,3-
Boosler Club 2-Said and Done 3-Senior Play Crew
JOHNSON, MARY LOUISE, College Prep.--Sfudenl
Council I-Chorus I-Ludi Romani I-A Cappella 2,3
-FNA 2,3,lSec.l-Press Club 2,3lPres.l-GAA 2,3
lHisl,l-National Honor Society 2,3-Lolin Club 2,3
-Conservalion Club 2-Keyhole 2-Camera Club 2-
Said and Done 3
KARIS, ANTHONY GUST, College Prep.-Football I
lMgr. second leaml-Baseball I,2,3
KATZ, PATRICIA ANN, College Prep.-Band l,2,3-
Pro Musica I,2,3-Spanish Club I-Carmenla 3
KENDALL, ROBERT, College Prep.-Football l,2,3-
Baskelball I,2-Conservalion Club I-Sludenl Council
KENNEDY, SHIRLEY MARIE, Slenographic
KENT, MARY JANE, Clerical Co-op.-FHA I-Hall
guard I-ROC l,2
KING, DANIEL DONALD, General
KING, DONALD LEWIS, General-Football l,2,3-Track
KLANG, NANCY ANN, College Prep.-A Cappella l,2,3
-Bowling 2,3-FHA 2-Senate 2,3lHist.l-Dramalics
3-Senior Play Cast
KNOP, ROGER CHARLES, College Prep.-Conservation
Club I-Football I
KOLBE, MARIANNE, College Prep.--GAA l,2,3-Senate
2,3lSgl.-at-armsl-Dramatics 3-Senior Play Crew
KOSCINSKI, HELEN MARY, College Prep.-Conservation
Club I-FHA I-Spanish Club I-Booster Club 2,3-
National Honor Society 2,3lV. Pres.l-Carmenla 2,3-
Speech Guild 2,3 lSec.l--A Cappella 2-Student Coun-
cil 2-Senior Life Saving 3-National Thespians 3-
Said and Done 3-Tennis 3
KRAMER, RANDALL LOUIS, College Prep.
KROES, DONALD JAMES, College Prep.-Debate l,2,3
-Speech Guild I-Forensic Contest I--Masque 2,3
LADAS, PAUL MICHAEL, College Prep.-Debate l,2,3-
Conservation Club l,2lHist.l-Football I-Speech
Guild l,2,3IV. Pres.l-Student Council l,2lTreas.l
3-Senior Play Crew-Hi-Y 2-Press Club 2-Booster
Club 2IPres.l3lServ. Chairmanl-National Honor So-
ciety 2,3-Tennis 3
LADD, RUTH JEAN, Clerical--Hi-C l,2,3-Orchestra
l,2,3-District Solo and Ensemble 1,2
LAMAN, Gannon DALE, College Prep.-sand 1,2,3-
Hi-C l,2lV. Pres.l3-Orchestra l,2,3-A Cappella 2,3
LA POINTE, JACQUELYN ANN, College Prep.-GAA 2
-French Club 2,3lHist.l-FTA 2, Booster Club 2-
FNA 3-Senior Play Crew
LA PORTA, FRANCES JOANN, Stenographic-Y-Teens 3
LEACH, CLAIRE WILLARD, Vocational Day Trade Ma-
LINSTROM, FRED, College Prep.
LIRONE5, NICK GEORGE, General-Foolball l,2,3-
LOGAN, DON PATRICK, College Prep.-Conservation
Club l-Band l,2,3-Ludi Romani 'l
LONGCORE, PATRICIA LOUISE, General-Conservation
Club l-GAA 2
LOWRY, ROBERT FRANKLIN, College Prep.
MCCORMICK, DAVID CHARLES, General-Hi-Y I,2,3
MC NIFF, ROBERT MARTIN, College Prep.-Student
Council I,3-Football llMgr.l--Golf I,3-Basketball
MEDENDORP, CHARLOTTE ANN, Bookkeeping and Ac-
counting-Student Council I-Y-Teens 2,3IV. Pres.l
MAKI, FRANKLIN RICHARD, Vocational Day Trade Cab-
MARS, SHARLENE JOYCE, Clerical-Bowling 1,2-Hi-C
MARTIN, ELAINE RAE, Co-operative Business-Chorus
I-Y-Teens l,2-ROC 2,3
MATTEO, GRACE VICTORIA, General
MAVIS, VIRGINIA DELORES, General-Conservation
Club I-GAA I-Spanish Club I
MAYROSE, DAVID LEE, College Prep.-A Cappella
MASADE, JACQUELINE, General--Hi-C l,2
MEZESKE, ROBERT MICHEL, Vocational Machine Shop
MILLER, NORMA JUNE, Clerical Co-op.--ROC 3
MIXER, ROBERT LOCHWOOD, College Prep.-Conser-
vation Club I,2,3-Track l,3-Camera Club 2-Tennis
2-Booster Club 2-Student Council 3-Football 3-
Radio 3-Senior Play Crew
MORRALL, L. DAVE, Vocational Day Trade Cabinet
MORRALL, EARL EDWIN, College Prep.-Student Coun-
cil l,2,3lPres.l+FootbaIl l,2,3-Basketball 'l,2,3-
Baseball l,2,3-Conservation Club I-Hi-Y 2,3-Radio
3-Senior Play Crew
MORRELL, BARBARA ANN, General-Y-Teens 3
MORSE, BETTY ANN, Co-operative Business
MORTON, JANE LOUISE, College Prep.-Orchestra
l,2,3-A Cappella l,2-French Club I,2,3-Pro Musica
l,2,3-Band 2,3--National Honor Society 2,3-Stu-
dent Council 3
NASH, JOAN JEANETTE, College Prep.-FNA 3
NEDERVELT, SHIRLEY ANN, Stenographic-FHA IlSec.l
-GAA I-Masque 2,3-National Thespiuns 3-Sen-
ior Play Cast
NEIBARGER, DAWN, College Prep.-French Club 2-
Y-Teens 2-Alpha Rho Tau 2
NELSON, ALBERT, Vocational Day Trade Electricity
NELSON, SALLY LEE, General-GAA 1,2-A Cappella
NICHOLS, BEVERLY JEAN, Bookkeeping and Accounting
NOBLE, BEATRICE MAY, General-GAA 2
NYBLADE, WILLIAM CARL, College Prep.-Basketball
O'CONNELL, BERNARD KEITH, Bookkeeping and Ac-
OLSEN, STERLING MALCOM, General
O'NEIL, JOYCE, Clerical Co-op.-ROC 2,3
ORTQUIST, ALAN JOHN, General-Band l,2
OSBORN, FRANK, College Prep.
PARKHILL, CAROL ANN, College Prep.-Conservation
Club l,2-Y-Teens I-Spanish Club l,2-Booster Club
2,3-Speech Guild 2-Life Saving 2-Senior Play Crew
PARRISH, CONRAD ACKLEY, General
PASSAGE, PATSY A., Clerical
PEARO, SHIRLEY MAXINE, General
PETERSON, A. KARLEEN, College Prep.-GAA 'l-Band
l,2,3-Pro Musica 2,3-Booster Club 2
PETERSON, JOYCE ANNETTE, College Prep.-Conserva-
lion Club I-Spanish Club 1,3-A Cappella l,2,3-
Carmenfa 3-Senior Play Cast
PIATT, DELORES IMAVISI, Clerical-GAA 1,2
PIIRAINEN, GERANE KATHERINE, College Prep.-Senale
l,2,3lPres.l-A Cappella l,2,3-Senior Play Crew
POLAND, DUNCAN EMMET, College Prep.-Conservm
lion I-A Cappella I-Sludent Council 3
PUGH, ROBERT, Co-operative Business-ROC 3
QUICK, MARILYN RUTH, College Prep.-A Cappella
I,2,3-Carmenla 2,3-Spanish Club 3-Senior Play
RADEMAKER, FLOYD HENRY, College Prep.-Conserva-
lion Club I-Pro Musica 2,3-Band 2,3
RADEMAKER, DON ALLEN, College Prep.-Football
I,2,3-Basketball I,2,3-Senior Class President 3-
Senior Play Crew
RAHRIG, ARLENE MARIE, Clerical-A Cappella I,2,3-
Conservafion Club 1
RAKosKY, Rosen STEVENS, College Prep.
RANDALL, DOLORES JOAN, College Prep.--Speech
Guild 2,3-Boosler Club 2lTreas.I3--Carmenta l,2
lSec.I3-Conservation Club llMem. chair.I2lTreas.I
-Spanish Club 2-Sludenl Council l,2lSgl.-al-armsl3
lCorr. Sec.,-Interschool Council 2
REINHOLD, ROBERT, Co-operative Business-ROC I
REINHOLD, WILLIAM, College Prep.-Conservation Club
l,2,3-Lalin Club I-Student Council 2,3-Senior Play
RETERSTOFF, DELPHINE MARIE, General
REYNOLDS, GLORIA IRMINE, Clerical Co-op.-FHA I-
Arl Club I
RHODES, JEANNE DARLEEN, Slenographic-A Cappella
I-Senior Play Crew
RICHARDS, GWENDOLYN RENA, College Prep.-Bond
l,2,3-Orcheslro l,2,3-Speech Guild l,2-Conservo-
lion I-Lalin Club I-Pro Musica 2,3-Spanish Club
2,3--Press Club 2-Senior Play Cosl
RIEBEN, JOHN ROBERT, College Prep.-Foolboll 'l-
Speech Guild 2,3-Masque 3-Keyhole 2,3-Press
Club 2-Boosler Club 2,3-Senior Play Cas?
RIEGLER, LESTER ROBERT-General
RIEKELS, CONSTANCE FERNE, College Prep.-A Cap-
pella l,2,3-Ludi Romani l-Hi-C 2
ROBINSON, PATRICIA LOUISE, College Prep.-Senate
l,2,3--Senior Play Crew
ROCKCOLE, JULIE ELAINE, General-Arl Club IlPres.I
RODE, PHYLLIS, College Prep.-Orcheslra 'l,2,3-A
Cappella l,2,3lV. Pres.l--lalin Club l,3lPres.l-Pro
Musica l,2-Carmenla 2,3-Speech Guild 2,3lHisI.,
Parliamenlarianl-Color Guard of Band 2,3-National
Honor Society 3-Student Council 3
ROLLINS, PATRICK JOSEPH, College Prep.-Ludi Romani
I-Latin Club 2,3lConsull-Said and Done 3-Senior
ROSE, JOYCE JULIA, General-Capistrano H. S. Glee
Club 1,2-Dancing I-Girl's League 1,2--MHS ROC 3
RUYS, ANNETTE JEAN, Secrelariol-GAA l,2,3lSec.
and Treos.l-Band I
RYAN, KATHLENE NORA, College Prep.-Carmenla
l,2,3-FHA I-Sludenl Council l,2,3lSec.l-Spanish
Club 1,2-Masque 2,3-Nalional Honor Sociely 3-
Senior Play Crew
SAMPLE, DAVID HALE, General-Pro Musica l,2,3-
Band l,2,3-Conservation Club I
SCHANER, COLLEEN JOYCE, General--Conservation
SCHUSTER, DONNA MAY, Office Training-Y-Teens I
SCHMIDT, SALLY ANN, College Prep.-Band l,2-
Orcheslra 2-Senate l,2,3
SCHMIEDING, BARBARA ANN, Bookkeeping and Ac-
counting-FHA l,2,3 QSec.J-GAA l,2,3-Conservation
Club I-Senior Play Crew
SCHREIBER, DOBBY, College Prep.-Benton Harbor H.
S.-Thespian I-Band I-Orchestra I-MHS Press
Club 2-Boosler Club 2-Speech Guild 2,3-Thespian
2,3lV. Pres. and Treas.l--Bond 2-Lalin Club 2-
Said and Done 2,3lEd.l-Keyhole 2--National Honor
Sociely 3--Masque 3-Student Council 3-Dramalics
3-Senior Play Cast
SCHUITEMAN, JANET ANN, College Prep.-A Cappella
1,2,3-GAA I-Ludi Romani 1-Senior Play Casl
SCHUUR, GERALD FREDERICK, College Prep.-Pro Mus-
ica 1,2,3-Band 1,2,3
SCHOFIELD, DONALD ALLEN, College Prep.-Baseball
I-Spanish Club 1,2,3-Conservation 3-ROC 3
lTreas.I-Senior Class Treasurer
SEGELSTROM, ROBERT JAMES, Co-operative Trade-
SEASTROM, JOAN MAE, Sfenographic-Chorus 1,2-
FHA 1,2,3-Ar! Club 1
SEIFERS, PEGGY HELEN, Clerical Co-op.
SELLS, NANCY LOU, College Prep.-Speech Guild 1,2
ISec.I3IPres.I-Masque 1,2,3-A Cappella I 1,2
IAccomp.I-A Cappella lllAssI. accomp.I lSec.I-
Thespian 2,3ISec.I-National Honor 2,3-Sludenl
Council I,2,3-Boosler Club 2lSec.I3-Said and Dane
3-lnler-school Council-Senior Play Casl
SCHARF, ROBERT DALE, General
SHEPARD, RUTH, Clerical Co-op.-Bowling 2-ROC 3
SHOWERS, EVONNE JOAN, College Prep.-GAA 1,2-
French Club 2 IHisl.I 3 ISec.I-Hi-C 1,2 IV. Pres.I FTA 2
SIEVERS, ANTON WILLIAM, College Prep.-Football
1,2,3-Press Club 1,2,3
SIKKENGA, KENNETH EUGENE, College Prep.-Band
1,2-Pro Musica 1,2-Sludenl Council 2-Said and
SIKKENGA, SHIRLEY ANN, College Prep.-GAA 1,2
-Curmenla I,2,3IV. Pres.I-Cheerleading I,2,3-
Masque 2,3IPres.I-Speech Guild 2,3-Booster 2,3-
Nalional Honor ,Society 2,3-National Thespians 3-
Assf. Director Senior Play
SIMS, JUDITH ELAINE, College Prep.-Hi-C I-GAA
1,2,3-Ludi Romani 1-FNA 3
SLOCUM, VIRGINIA MAE, College Prep.-Ludi Romani
I-GAA 1,2-Bowling 3-Keyhole 3
SMITH, DELORES MAE, College Prep.-Ludi Romani I
SMITH, JUDITH LEONE, College Prep.-Ludi Romani 1
Boosler 2-FNA 2,3
SMITH, PEGGY ANN, General-Y-Teens I
SMITH, PHILIP LAWTON, College Prep.-Ludi Romani I
Forensics I-Student Council 2,3-Speech Guild 2,3
ITreas.-Boosler Club 2-Inlerschool Council 2--Sen-
ior Class Hislarian-Co-ed Council 3-Nalional Honor
Society 3-Senior Play Casl
SMITH, RICHARD IRWIN, College Prep.-Conservation
SMITH, WAYNE R., Retail Sales-ROC 2,3
SOBOTTA, JOHN CARLIN, College Prep.-Ludi Romani
SPADE, LILIAN DELORES, General--Press Club 2-
SPIER, MILLICENT ELAINE, College Prep.--Chorus 1,2
FHA I,2,3-Art Club I4Spanish Club 3-Hi'C 3
STEPHENS, GERALD GORDON, General-Baseball I,2,3
-Basketball I-Sludenl Court I-Conservation Club
I-Sludenl Council 3
STIPE, DAVID WARD, College Prep.--Press Club I,2-
Speech Guild I,2,3-Band l,2-Pro Musica I,2--
French Club 2ITreas.l3-Said and Done 2,3IEd.l-
Chronicle Page Editor 2-Campus Keyhole 2-Debate
3-Masque 3--National Thespians 3-Sludenl Council
3-Senior Play Cas?
STRONG, LAVERLE ANN, Co-operative Business
STRAUD, BENJAMIN RAY, Vocational Day Trade
STURGIS, GLENNA HARLENE, General
SWANSON, B. JOYCE, Clerical-Senior Play Crew
SWANSON, RUSSELL, General-Conservation Club I-
Track I,2,3-Football 1,3
SWIFT, DELORES ANN, College Prep.-Band I,2,3-
Orcheslra I,2,3-Pro Musica l,2,3IV. Pres.l-French
Club 2,3-Bowling 2-National Honor Sociely 2,3
SWORDS, BARBARA JEAN, Slenographic
TANIS, ROBERT, College Prep.
TERRELL, EDNA, General
THOMPSON, NORMA JEAN, College Prep.--GAA I,2,3
lPres.l-Student Council 3ICorresp. Sec.l
THORNBERG, JOYCE MARILYN, Retail Sales-ROC 2
TIFFANY, DONNA JEAN, General-Conservation Club
1,2-Press Club 3
TOLISH, MARIE MAE, College Prep-Hi-C 3
TOPEL, JOY MARIE, Clerical-Conservation Club I
VANDER KOOI, LAWRENCE BERNARD, General
VANDERSTELT, CLIFFORD MAURICE, Retail Sales
VANDER WALL, JOEL MARQUIS, General
VER HULST, GLADYS LE VERLL, Clerical Co-op.
VERSALLE, RONALD V., Vocational Printing-Football I
lMgr.l-A Cappella I-Track I-Art Club 1,2
WALTON, JOAN ADELE, College Prep.-GAA I,2--
Chorus l,2-Conservation Club I
WARNER, BARBARA E., General-ROC 2
WEFLEN, BRUCE GERALD, College Prep.-A Cappella
l,2,3-Radio 2,3-Senior Class Vice President-
Masque 3-Tennis 3
WELCH, JOYCE ARLENE, College Prep.
WELCH, MARION, General-Conservation Club I-
French Club 2-ROC 3
WENK, RICHARD DAVID, College Prep.-Hi-Y 2-Com
servation Club 2
WHITE, LARRY CLEMENTS, Trade and lndustry
WHITE, WAYNE HARVEY, College Prep.-Baseball l,2,3
-Conservation Club I
WILLEA, ROBERT LORENS, Retail Sales-ROC 2,3
WILLIAMS, BRUCE, General-Band 1,2-Hi-Y 2,3-
Booster Club 3-Masque 3-Senior Play lCo-Slage
WILLINGHAM, ELLA MARIE, College Prep.-Y-Teens I
-GAA l,2,3-Conservalion Club I--Carmenla 2,3-
Spanish Club 3-Senior Play Crew
WILSON, JACK, College Prep.-Camera Club I,2,3-
Tennis 2-Radio 3
WILSON, ROBERT GLENN, General-Spanish Club I-
Foolball l,2,3-Basketball I-Track I-Conservalion
Club 2lV. Pres.l-Senior Play Crew
WILTENBURG, YVONNE ANN, General--Volleyball 2
WINTER, CAROL ANN General
WOOD, DELORES JEAN, Office Training
WOODARD, KENNETH WILLIAM, Trade and Industry
WRIGHT, DELORES MADELYN, College Prep.-Ludi Rom-
ani I-Boosfer Club 2,3-French Club 3
YARRANTON, MARY ALICE, General-Conservation
Club 1,2-FHA l,2
ZIELINSKI, MARILYN JOYCE, General-Library Club 2,3
ZIMMERMAN, WILLIAM GILBERT, College Prep.-Fooh
ANDERSON, LOUISE JOYCE, General
ball l,2lMgr.l3lMgr.l-Conservation Club 'l,2,3--
Ludi Romani I-A Cappella I,2,3-Sludenl Council
3-Senior Play Cas?
ADKINS, PAUL ERVIN, Co-operative Business Training
ARNOLD, HAROLD, General
BRIGHT, MARY LOUISE, General
CHRISTIANSON, HARRIET RUTH, Clerical Co-op-Bar
kelball 2-TAB 'l,2-French Club I-Y-Teens L24
DODSON, NORMAN, Vocational Trade and lndustry-
HARPSTER, DICK EMMETT, Vocafional Trade and Inclus-
try-Sludent Council l,2
HAUGHEY, MARILYN IRENE, General
HICKS, WILLIAM OSCAR, General
MORRIS, EUGENE KENNETH, Vocational Trade and In-
NELSON, SALLY LEE, Office Training-GAA 1,2-A
RAYMOND, JAMES EDWARD, General-Conservation
SPRINGER, ELODA MARIE, General
STURGIS, GLENN HARLAND, Co-opeiafive Business
SZENDRE, JANET MAXINE, General
WILZAK, DORRINE MAXINE, General
ANDERSON, MAUREEN WILMA, Secretarial--A Cap-
pella 1,2-Y-teens I,2,3ISec.I--GAA I,2,3
ARIS, LOIS, College Prep.-R.O.C. Club 3
BAKER, WAYNE ARLEN, College Prep.--A Cappella I
BEEBE, ELIZABETH JO, College Prep.AludenI Council
l,2,3-Band I,Z,3-Orcheslra I,2,3-Pro Musica I,2,3
BENTON, THOMAS JOEL, General-Band I,2,3
BERGHUIS, KEITH-LOUIS, College Prep.- Conservalion
Club I-Foolball I,2--Hi-Y 2,3
BERNARDINI, MARY Esrsn, seenogwphif-GAA 1,2
BONT, SUZANNE KAY, College Prep.-A Cappella
I,2,3+Y-teens I-Spanish Club 2,3-Senate 2,3
BROWN, JACQUELYN M., Secretarial-Senale 1,2-
BUNNELL, MARJORIE LOUISE, General-Hi-C I--
Library Club 3
BURR, DORIS A., Relail Sales--GAA I--Y-teens L2-
ROC Club 2,3
CONROY, BERNARD, General
CHRISTENSEN, HARRIET, Clerical Co-Op
CASHBAUGH, DAVID R., College Prep.--Track I
DAGEN, BEVERLY, Secretarial-GAA 'I
DE FOREST, KEITH LINFORD, College Prep.-Football
-Basketball I,2,3-Tennis 2,3
DELL, RICHARD LYLE, Dcly Trade-Baseball 2,3
DE LONG, AUDREY YVONNE, Retail Sales-Chorus I
Hi-C I,2-ROC 3
DOBB, BETTY ANN, General-GAA 'I
DOBYNS, ROBERT GERALD, General--Football 'I-
Baskelball 1,2-Track l,2,3
DORNBOS, DAVID M., Day Trade-Foolball l
DYKSTRA, JOAN, Office Training-Basketball 'l-Y-
Ieens 1,2-ROC 2
FITCH, ROGER ALAN, College Prep.-Band l,2,3-
Pro Musica l,2,3--Orcheslra 2,3
FORDHAM, CHARLES RANDALL, College Prep.-Conserw
ation Club I
FRIS, ED, Retail Sales-ROC 2,3
FRY, JEAN ANN, College Prep.-A Cappella 2,3--FTA
2,3-Spanish Club 2,3-TAB 2,3
GALE, WAYNE, Trade and Industry-Senior Play Casl
HAGAN, MARION LOUISE, College Prep.-Spanish Club
2 lTreas.l 3 lTreas.l
HARRELL, BERNARD AARON, Day Trade
HARRIGAN, MARY ANN, College Prep.-GAA 1-Y-
leens l,2,-Spanish Club 2lPres.l3lPres.l
HAZEKAMP, .IANICE MAE, Clerical-GAA 'I,2,3-Hi-
HERMANSON, CARL IVER, General
HINE, NORMAN HERBERT, College Prep.-Hi-Y l,2,3
ITreas.l-Sludenl Council l,2,3-Baskelball 'l,2,3-
Track 1,2-lllh grade Class President-A Cappella 3
HOEKENGA, CHARLES ALBERT, General
HOLDEMAN, ELIZABETH LOUISE, General-Conservw
lion 2,3-Y-Ieens l-GAA 1,2
HOLMES, JERRY, College Prep.-Conservation Club I-
INMAN, ANITA MARIE, General-Art Club 'l-Chorus I
JOHNSON, SHIRLEY RUTH, Secretarial-GAA 1,2,3-
Student Council 1-Y-teens
JONESON, JERRY LYNN, College Prep.-Tennis 2,3-
Conservotion Club I-Chorus I-A Cappella 2,3-
Press Club I
KLEYN, RUTH, Office Training-GAA 'l-Chorus I-HL
C 2-ROC 3
KLINGER, ARDIS LEE, General-GAA I,2,3-Booster
KNAPP, MARGARET JEAN, College Prep.-Conservation
Club 'I-Senate l,2,3-Speech Guild I,2,3--GAA
I,2,3-Press Club I,2lSec.l3lV. Presl-Keyhole 1,2
lEdl3lAss't Ed.l-Student Council I,2,3-Spanish
KNAPP, PATRICIA JOAN, College Prep.-Conservotion
Club 'l,2-GAA I,2,3-Senate 2,3-Press Club 2,3-
LAUTERBERG, BETTYLU ANN, College Prep.-Conservcv
tion Club l,2--GAA 'I-Press Club 2,3
LUNDHOLM, KENNETH WAYNE, College Prep.
LUTZ, CAROL EVON, General-GAA 'I-Y-Teens 2,3-
Student Council 2
MEDEMA, GLADYS JEAN, College Prep.-GAA I-
Speech Guild 2,3-Hi-C 2,3-Student Council 2
MOORE, TOM CLIFFORD, College Prep.-Football 1,2,3
MORSE, KATHRYN ANN, General-GAA I,2-Conserv-
NYE, DONALD HENRY, College Prep.-Basketball I
OUDSEMA, MARY NELL, Secretarial
PLOUGH, JOAN, Secretarial
POTTS, JOHN, College Prep.-Hi-Y l,2,3-Conservcr
tion Club l,2,3-Student Council 2,3-National Honor
Society 2,3-Booster Club 2,3-Senior ploy crew.
PRUIM, DOROTHEA MAE, Office Training-Bowling I
-Basketball I-ROC 2,3
REEK, ROBERT, General-Ludi Romani l-Lalin Club 2
-Boosler Club 2
RElS, RAY, General-Baseball l,2,3
RIEKELS, JIM, College Prep.-Basketball l,2,3-Con-
servalio.n Club l-Masque l,2,3-Keyhole 2,3-A
Cappella 2,3-Foolball 2,3
ROBINSON, WARREN, College Prep.-
ROP, SANDRA, Secretarial-Tennis l-Masque 2lSec.l
-3 lSec.l-Senate 2 lSgl.-at-armsl 3 lSgl.-al-armsl-
Thespian 2,3-Radio 2,3--Keyhole 2-Senior Play Cast
ROSEMA, SHIRLEY, Slenographic-Tennis 1-GAA l,2,3
RUNDQUIST, DORIS, Secretarial--Y-teens l,2
SCHEIDEGGER, DOLORE5, General-French Club 1,2-
A Cappella l,2,3
SCHANER, JEROME, General-Camera Club l,2,lSec.l
3-Spanish Club 1,2-Conservation l
SCHOENBERGER, NANCY, Office Training-GAA 1,2
SCHUTTER, JACK, College Prep.-Baskelball 'l,2-Fool-
ball l,2,3-Masque l,2-Conservation l-A Cappella
SEEBALD, CARLLA, Callege Prep.-A Cappella l,2,3-
Latin Club 2
SHARON, MARJORIE, General
SHIREY, MARIE, Office Training
SEDGLEY, SHEILA MAE, General-GAA 2,3-Boosler 2
SIRONEN, MARY, Sfenogrophic-A Cappella l,2,3-
SKIDMORE, PAUL, Relail Sales-Band l,2,3
SPYKE, PATRICIA, Secrelurial
STEVENS, GLORIA, General
SWAYER, MARILYN, Relail Sales-ROC I
TAYLOR, NANCY, General-FNA 2
THUE, JEAN, General
TJAPKES, FRANCES JEAN, Office Training
VAN HORN, HARRIET, General
VOSS, HARRY RUSSELL, College Prep.-Basketball I,2,3
-Football I,2,3-Track I-Tennis 2,3-Chorus I-
A Cappella 2,3-Masque 2,3
WALTERS, WILLIAM DEAN, College Prep.
WATTRICK, DOUGLAS ARTHUR, College Prep.-Conserv
ation Club 2,3
WEISS, BARBARA JEAN, College Prep.-Conservalion
Club I-Press Club I,2-Journalism I-Campus Key-
hole I-A Cappella I,2,3
WEISS, BEVERLY JANE, College Prep.-Conservation
Club I-A Cappella I,2,3-Press Club I,2-Journalism
I-Campus Keyhole I
WARNER, DAVID LEROY, College Prep.-Hi-Y I,2,3
WIERDA, RICHARD JAMES, Bookkeeping-Track I
WOLFORD, ALYCE, Cooperative Training-ROC 3
WOODARD, ROBERT, General
WORKMAN, AILEEN JOYCE, Secrelarial-Tennis I-
Class Sec. 2
YONKER, JOYCE KATHLEEN, College Prep.-GAA I-
Sludenl Council I,2-Senate 2ITreas.l3lTreas.l-
Class Treas. 2-Spanish Club 3
YOUNG, CHARLENE MAY, College Prep.-GAA I,2-
Y-leens I,2,3fPres.l-Hi-C I,2,3
WOOD, NORMAN, Day Trade-Football l,2,3-Basket-
YOUNTS, DEWEY, Vocational Day Trade-Football 1,2
BUIT, TED, General-Football 1
BURMEISTER, SHIRLEY, Stenographic
BAILEY, DEAN, College Prep.
FULTZ, JOHN, Day Trade-Football l,2,3-Basketball
HUISER, FRED, Day Trade-Basketball l,2,3
HOOLIHAN, CLARK, Retail Sales-ROC 2,3
HUSS, GORDON, Trade and lndustry
JUERGENS, AL, College Prep.-Conservation Clubl--
KRUPP, MARLENE T., General--Senate 'l,2,3-Conserv-
ation Club l-Senior Play Cast 3
LIDDLE, RICHARD, Day Trade
LINTJER, GARRY, General-Football I
LUTTRELL, HAROLD D., Day Trade
MEYERS, RUTHANN, College Prep.-Y-teens l,2,3
PAQUIN, HARVEY, College Prep.
RATHBUN, NORMAN, College Prep.-Basketball l,2,3
Football l,2,3-Conservation Club 1,2-Booster Club 2
RINARD, GEORGE, General
SEMELBAUER, MELVIN, Trade and Industry
SHRIVER, WILLIAM, Clerical--Track I
SUMMERVILLE, VESTA, General
Checking over some plans for the l95i mid-year prom are the present 12B Class
officers. L. to R., Seated: Gladys Medema, historian, Bettey Beebe, vice-president,
Norm Hine, president, Eilene Workman, secretary, Joyce Yonkers, treasurer. Standing:
Shirley Johnson, sergeant-at-arms, Miss Reid, advisor, Keith DeForrest, sergeant-ah
arms, Mr. W. Trautman, advisor.
"Meet Me in Sf. louis" is Senior Comedy.
The Iighl crew is on the beam
Same play L fo R Earl
. . .: Mor-
rall, Marlene DeVeHe, Jean
Rhodes, and Kenneth Johnson.
position against Boss, Wayne
Gale. Gwen Richards, Sandra
Rop, and Nancy Sells are
shocked. Rehearsal scene from
alher, Dave Slipe, defends his
Meei Me In St. Louis, senior
he extra-curricular activities of Muskegon High School
give the students a chance to develop their ideas and talents,
practice good citizenship, and contribute something worth-
while both to their school and the community.
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Bob McNiff presents a
' 1. proposition to the Student
A ii Council during a regular
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Student leaders Are Born From Groups like This.
The hum of fifty busy voices stopped haltingly as
the gavel cracked sharply on the desk. Once again
the Student Council was ready to conduct the business
that would lead Muskegon High School through the
coming school year.
Winesap school proiect and the Inter-school coun-
cil were only a few of the activities that the Student
Council undertook this past year.
The Student Council is a compact organization
designed for the sole purpose of promoting better
harmony between students and 'faculty and better
conditions here at Muskegon High School.
Ron Perry, treasurer, reads his report to officers of Student Council. Standing: Ron Perry, treas-
urer, Tom Collins, Betty Beebe, Norm Hine, Norma Thompson. Seated: Kay Ryan, vice-president,
Earl Morrall, president, Marian Grotenhuis, secretary, Mr. Kenneth Rolfe, advisor.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
ohonal Honor so
members wrile I
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This Socret Honors Character Scholarshr and Crtrzenshr .
The National Honor Society, organized in T948, The nineteen members belong to the M. Berry Wood
is open to all students who have displayed high Chapter which was named in memory of Miss Berry
standards of scholarship, character and citizenship. Wood, a former Latin and history teacher.
L. to R., Row 'l: Phil Smith, John Potts, Terry Connell, Dobby Schreiber, Paul Ladas.
Row 2: Marian Ward, Miss Vera Klontz, advisor, Margaret Borgeson, Helen Carlson, Jane Dempsey,
Delores Swift, secretary. .
Row 3: Morylou Howell, treasurer, Maxine Kulicamp, Peggy Smith, Kay Ryan, keeper of the archivesg
Florence Asp, Anita Caris, Jane Morton, Virginia Cook, Shirley Sikkenga.
Row 4: Nancy Sells, Carlla Seebald, Ruby Hildreth, Mary Hunter, Mary Ryan, Phyllis Rode, Janet West-
ling, Ellen Cahill, vice-president, Mary Louise Johnson.
Not pictured: Helen Koscinski, president.
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One of the Carmenta girls' biggest events
was their fall tea.
Carmenta girls packed Christmas stockings
for Winesap School.
Carmenta Combines literary and Social Interests.
The hum of fifty busy voices filled the halls around
room ll2 though it was 4:30 on the day that Christ-
mas vacation, began. Inside, the members of the
Carmenta Literary Society were displaying the true
Christmas spirit by donating their time to make other
less fortunate people very happy. The girls were
working hard to fill Christmas stockings that were to
be sent to Winesap School.
Created to do something for the school, the com-
munity, and for themselves, the members read to
hospitalized children, gave to the Day Care Center,
and also to Winesap.
Nevertheless, Carmenta members find time to
sponsor many social events. Among these are the
annual Kick-off Dance and Christmas banquet, and
yearly highlight, the Cotton Ball.
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Row 2: Eleanor Knudson, Mary Nolen, Maxine Janusiewicz, Kay Ryan, Shirley Sikkenga, Marilyn Quick, Nancy Fagan, president,
Miss Werntz, advisor.
Row 3: Cleo Ballas, vice-president, Helen Chonis, Anita Caris, Barbara Makemson, Gwen Huttenga, Jackie Ortquist, Sue Christensen,
K d ll t asurer, Pat Katz, Doris McNitt, Jane Andrews, Kay Harrington.
Alice Warren, Beverly Hammond, Nancy en a , re
Row 4: Sandy Davidson, Joyce Peterson, Sandra Cook, Cynthia Ladd, Marlene Baker, Gwen Hutchinson, Mary Bultema, Betty Conklin,
Phyllis Rode, Sandy Seyferth, Ellamarie Willingham, Joyce Decker, llse Hiltscher, Barbara White, Judy Wilson.
In the Good Old Summer Timefsings Sandy Cook to the
ears of Nancy Sells.
Marian Grotenhuis hands decorations to Sandy Rop, on
ladder, for Senate-Carmenta Banquet. Girls setting table
are L. to R. in foreground: Ruth Beers, Linda Frozee,
Gerane Piirainen, Carolyn Bartscht. In background: Ann
Keillor, Nancy Brunning, Marian, Sue Bont, Pat Spyke,
Joyce Yonkers, Ruth Schutter,
Senate Gives Equipment to Day Cure Center.
"Have you made the final arrangements for,the
Talent Show'?' '...' 'Are all the names checked for
the book collection?" . . . "Did our share for the
gift to the Day Care Center get sent in?" These
inquiries were indications of some of the activities of
Senate in the past year. The forty-four girls meet to
further their cultural and humanitarian interests.
Besides many social activities such as teas and a
banquet, the girls contributed to the Urban League
and Day Care Center, entertained foreign students,
sponsored the Hidden Talent Assembly, and collected
books for Win.esap School.
L. to R., Row I: Patti Buris, secretary, Frances Helling, Sandro Rop, sergeant-at-arms, Pot Spyke, Ruth Schutter, parligmentariong Ruth
Beers, Nancy Bruining.
Row 2: Marianne Kolbe, Joyce Yonker, treasurer, Marion Grotenhuis, Colleen Saylor, Gerane Piirainen, president, Carolyn Bartscht,
Jane Dempsey, Mary Ann Cramer, Marlene Krupp.
Row 3: Janice Rogers, Pat Clark, vice-president, Sally Harpster, Sue Bont, Gloria Leach, Heleen Pelger, Nancy Davison, Janice Mish,
Jackie Smith, Kay Kloosterman, Patsy Knapp, Marlene Hanson, Els Pelger, Sally Parker, Mrs. Quail, advisor.
Row 4: Jean Murphy, Jean Ferguson, Beverly Lindstrom, Sally Schmidt, Jean Hansen, Ann Keillor, Nancy Klang, historian, Erika
Mueller, Peggy Knapp, sergeant-at-arms, Linda Frazee, Patricia Robinson, Mary Kramer.
y Speech Guild Promotes Red Feather Drive.
L. to R., On floor, John Wightman, Harris Liechti, Paul Ladas, Dobby Shreiber, Dave Stipe, Ron Perry, Jim Nutt.
Seated: Peggy KnaPP, Mary Nolen, Janice Rogers, vice-president, Nancy Sells, president, Sandy Davidson,
Standing: Nancy Kendall, Morva Spyke, Nancy Gilroy, Donzy Loomis, llse Hiltcher, Pat Campbell, Anita Caris,
Kathy Tobin, Shirley Sikkenga, Mary Jean Polak, Erika Mueller, Sandy Cook.
Not pictured: Miss Peggy Powers, advisor: Helen Koscinski, secretary: and Phil Smith, treasurer.
One of the more recently organ-
ized clubs at Muskegon High School
is the Speech Guild, an organization
that provides an outlet for the var-
ious forensic talents which students
may possess. The Speech Guild con-
tributes to the good of the commun-
ity through Red Feather speeches,
Christmas readings, and TB speeches.
Within the school, Speech Guild
produces the Variety Show and pep
assemblies, besides honoring out-
standing members with its Speech
The fame of the Guild is spread
abroad through competition in the
Voice of Democracy contest.
Mariel Bennett, new induclee, signs Speech
Guild register following the induction cere-
L. to R., Seated: Nancy Sells, president: Paul
Ladas, vice-president: Helen Koscinski, sec-
retary, Phil Smith, treasurer, Phyllis Rode,
historian. Standing, New Inductees: Ruth
Spitale, Ron Perry, Mary Nolen, Jim Nutt,
Florence Asp, Donzy Loomis, Pat Campbell,
Nancy Kendall, Mary Jean Polak.
Talking over their achievements as Forensic
winners are: L. to R., Seated: Kathleen Keur,
humorous reading, Anita Caris, dramatic
reading, Kay Ryan, extemporaneous speak-
ing, Shirley Sikkenga, oratory: Sandra Davi-
son, oratory. Standing: Paul Ladas, extem-
poroneous speaking: Harris Liechti, humorous
reading, Dobby Schreiber, dramatic reading.
60 - "Mg i. "V"
y Aspiring Actors Emote in Masque.
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L. to R., Row 1: Dobby Schreiber, Bruce Williams, Terry Connell, Bruce Weflen, Jack Clock, John Potts, John Hoos, Don Kroes.
Row 2: Shirley Nedervelt, historian, Nancy Kendall, parliamentarian, Sandy Davidson, treasurer: Sandra Rop, secretary: Shirley
Sikkenga, president: Anita Caris, vice-president, Harry Voss, sergeant-at-arms: Joan Maxwell, sergeant-at-arms.
Row 3: Miss Faber, advisor, Margaret Ward, Pat Steiner, Cynthia Ladd, Kathy Tobin, Nancy Gilroy, Marian Grotenhuis, Helen
Chonis, Anita Bobick, Maxine Janusiewicz, Kay Ryan.
Row 4: Joyce Decker, Nancy Sells, Mariel Bennett, Sandra Cook, Mary Ann Cramer, John Reiben, Ardythe Hansen, Jim Riekels,
Ruth Beers, Phyllis Anderson, Vivian Plumhoff, Harris Liechti, Hank Riekels.
Costumes lay piled in a motely
colored heap in a corner, the audi-
torium was littered with programs.
The l95l presentation of "The Bat"
was over: the Masque Dramatic So-
ciety has added another fine per-
formance to its long line of accom-
But there are other things on the
agenda of any Masque member:
the production of the three one-act
plays in the Spring, the participation
in the Play Festival at Hope College,
and the purchase of stage equip-
ment for the school, and charitable
Requirements for Masque are stiff,
but they are essential and worth-
while in the development of an
appreciation and understanding of
dramatic literature and an effective
method of self-expression.
"We-'re in a tough spot 'men'," says Com-
mander Rieben to his crew: Dave Stipe, Gor-
don Schcrfer, John Potts.
"Detective" Schreiber confronts "suspect"
Jim Riekels with the watch in a scene from
The Bat while Bruce Williams, Harry Vos,
John Rieben, Ardythe Hansen, and Kay Ryan
to R.,.Row l: Bob Dolsen, sergeant-at-arms: Jack Clock, chaplain, Norm Hine, treasurer, Ray Caesar, president, Dave McCormick,
president, Dave VanEenenaam, secretary: Bruce Williams, sergeant-at-arms.
'V 2 Jim B0f"0Wm0n, DGVE WGYHQV, DOH Byro, Jerry Spyke, Reg Smith, Bob Driscoll, Larry Pickle, Burwell Sayles, Andrew Meyers,
in Hoos, Roy Boyne.
w 3: Keith Burgess, Don.Evans, Jim Vredevelt, Earl Morrall, John Potts, Charles Hasseldahl, Ron Habel, Gordon Keitt.
w 4: Mr. Russcher, advisor, Jerry Patow, Dove Mudget, Dave Tietsort, Larry Anderson, Jim McWorter, Bob Christian, Charles
zmblet, Gordie Benson, Lyle Moore.
Christmas Boxes are u Hi-Y Service
"This isn't work, it's fun," say Hi-Y boys packing a box for the
L. to R., Standing: Norm Hine, Bruce Williams, Dave VanEenenaa
Don Byro, Dave Warner, John Hoos.
Seated: Jack Clock and Don Evans.
Hackley Stadium was filled to capacity. lt was a
cool Saturday in November - iust right for a football
game. Seconds after, the fairly ferocious Tigers had
filed onto the field, Hackley Stadium groaned under
the weight of five thousand loyal Muskie fans as the
Big Reds, unbeaten and untamed, stormed over the
turf. Ribbons shot through the air . . . and occa-
sionally so did a student. But in the midst of all
this chaos and confusion, battered but undaunted,
fighting and clawing his way to the exit was Little
Red, a member of the Muskegon High School Hi-Y
Club. He was lust returning from a successful iaunt
through the milling mob where he had sold the
concessions which were purchased by Hi-Y for sale
at the football games.
This wasn't the first time that the students at Mus-
kegon High School had seen Little Red as an active
member of Hi-Y. He could be seen all through the
year as he participated in the various club functions:
preparing baskets for the needy in this community,
packing Christmas boxes for overseas, decorating the
gym for the annual St. Patrick's Day Dance, and
maybe you saw him last December riding with his
dad to the Father and Son Banquet.
These are the activities that instigate and preserve
in the mind of each member the high ideals of Hi-Y:
clean speech, clean sports, clean scholarship, and
and Y-Teens Contribute Candy to France.
Continuing their fine iob of making others happy,
the forty females who are enrolled in Y-'lzeens sent
cheer to France in the form of chocolates and money
and spread Christmas ioy by carolling around the
community. Better relations between schools are
Donna Carlson and Kay Davis
blow up balloons for the
emphasized by sponsoring dances and parties with
neighboring schools, and by the annual mid-winter
conference with Y-Teens from schools all over the
L. to R., Row 1: Dawn Andrews, Pat Rademaker, Jean Hansen.
Row 2: Barbara Marrall, Doreen Dress, Charlene Young, Charlotte Medendorp, Maureen Ander
son, Pat Steiner.
Row 3: Lou Varner, Maxine Janusiewicz, Yvonne Sternburg, Sue Kraft, Helen Fitzpatrick, Kathleen
Davis, Sally Parker, Sally .Harpster, Marlene Jensen, Valerie Johnson, Delaresann Prow,
Row 4: Judy Kelly, Phyllis Anderson, Joan Maxwell, Virginia Edwards, Donna Carlson, Kathleen
Russell, Barbara Galajda, Karen Kison.
Above, L. to R., Row 'l: Marlene Travis,
Sally Leeds, Sue Bant, Jane Andrews,
Peggy Smith, Mary Nolen.
Row 2: Marilyn Martin, Ardys Dahlstedt,
Joyce Peterson, Marilyn Quick, Beverly
Weiss, Barbara Weiss.
Row 3: Mary Louise Johnson, Connie
Riekels, Lois Vanderlaan, Bonnie Drent,
Sally Nelson, Mary Alice Sironen.
Row 4: Flonteenia Hendley, Norma Swier,
Barbara Carlson, Vada Hickman, Nancy
Klang, .loan Maxwell.
Below. L. to R., Row 1: Penny Adams,
Shirley Meyers, Lou Varner, Marilyn Rad-
emaker, Carol Beauvais, Shirley House-
man, Janet Schuiteman.
Row 2: Arlene Rahrig, Sandy Seyferth,
Jean Fry, Dolores Scheidegger, Marian
Ward, Nancy Sells.
Row 3- Arlene Zirk, llse Hiltscher, Carlla
Seebald, Doran Scott, Jackie Ortquist,
Row 4: Ardythe Hansen, Marylou Howell,
Leida Nelson, Mary Hunter, Phyllis Rode,
Phyllis Anderson, Muriel Heaton.
A CAPPELLA CHOIR
Their Voices Blend . . .
Adding harmony to the rich cultural background
of our school' and community, the A Cappella choir
spreads the fame of Muskegon High School far and
wide. Each season is filled with a round of concerts
and programs for various clubs and organizations in
A Cappella traditionally carol in the halls at Christmas.
L. to R., Row l: Floyd Clanton
Gordon Laman, Nathan Vander
Row 2: Paul Schuiteman, Bob Heat
on, Howard Johnston, Jerry Jone-
. . . in Sweet Strains.
Greater Muskegon. Then there is the annual assem-
bly for Muskegon High School, besides the tradition-
al Thanksgiving and Christmas programs.
The big proiect of the season, however, was the
production of HandeI's Messiah.
L. to R., Row 1: Dave
Mayrose, John Wick-
erink, Jim Colligan,
Paul lvanick, Jack
Row 2: Ken Johnson,
Bill Zimmerman, Bob
R o w 3 : H a r l a n
Cramblet, Ken Ben-
Sl r Pat Campbell Sally Jedrezak, Harriet
L. to R., Row l: Marva Spyke, Darlene Bunker, Sandy ove , ,
Wright, Ruth-Ryke, Jacqueline Smith, Delores Steuerwald, Sally Parker, Joyce Johnson, Elsie Lou Lower,
Nancy Kendall, Barbara Anderson.
Row 2: Florence Hepler, Mary Ferguson, Marilyn Vledder, Kathy Tobin, Elaine Martin, Bette Wierengo,
Alice Warren, Janice Schutter, Sharon Seguin, Jaan Minuth, Flora Kuehn, Arthea Ouwerkirk, Nancy
Moon, Eledhore Knudson, Delores Gable.
Row 3: Nancy Stadt, Lois Brace, Barbara Hartz, Barbara Fisher, Joyce VanDeKoppel, Barbara White,
Jean Timmer, Judy Wilson, Maudella Warren, Anne Fitch, Georgia Dodge, Marsha Irwin, Marlene
Hansen, Doris Galfield.
Row 4: Shirley Erickson, Jean Murphy, Carole Prinz, Sally Klang, Grace Middlecamp, Ken Arnold, Jerry
' Bob Carr, Ellen Seely, Florence Cassell, Shirley Bergman,
Nugent, Jim Johnson, Walter Llndeman,
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L. to R., Row 'l: Nancy Mikesell,
bass clarinet, Jeneane Collier, alto
clarinet, Marilyn Brink, oboe, Elea-
nor Becker, bassoon, Delores Swift,
oboe, Delores Pixley, alto clarinet,
Gwen Hutchinson, bass clarinet.
Row 2: Kay Gillette, John Sher-
inger, Carol Prins, Jackie Shunk,
Delores Boyd, Marilyn Swanson,
Row 3: Ronald Pierce, saxophone,
Phyllis Phillips, saxophone, Tom
Benton, clarinet, Lyle Christenson,
clarinet, Priscilla Fields, tenor sax-
ophone, Dick Ashcraft, baritone
0ur Band is Nationally Known.
The Muskegon Senior High School Marching Band,
one of the finest in the United States, is a big reason
why Muskegon is on the map.
Starting practice long before school starts, the
band is ready to go by the time most students are
awakening to the shocking fact that school has
begun. Throughout the football season the band
can be seen drilling every third hour during the
week, and then astonishing fans on the week-ends
with their precise and clever formations.
After the grid season has passed, the band goes
through a quick change and reappears suddenly as
the Muskegon High School Concert Band. Then a
series of concerts and contests are held, and once
again we find the band on the top of the heap.
Ellen Cahill, clarinet.
Francis Helling, clarinets.
fer, Bill Booth, clarinets.
Fitch, Bill Volz, clarinets.
L. to R., Row 1: Gilbert Rogers
clarinet, Kay Moesner, clarinet
Sally Dalrymple, flute, Bonnie
Walters, flute, Gwen Richards
flute, Mary Vugteveen, flute
Row 2: Jim Colligan, Peggy
Lindback, Gwen Huttenga
Nancy Fagan, Nancy Davison
Row 3: Alex Afendulis, Jacque
lyn Cooper, Marlene Way
Marlene Dietz, Gordon Schae
Row 4: Alex Danigelis, Roger
L. to R.: Nathan VanderWerp,
Charles Menges, David Ander-
son, David Sample, Jim George,
Lyle Moore, Pete Ekkstrom, Dick
L. to R., Row 1: Janice Collins,
Marve LaNouette, Paul Bannin-
ga, Lorna Bosma, Louise Moes-
ler, Jane Nolen, French horn:
Henry Klein, bass viola.
Row 2: Joel VanderWall, Mike
Humenik, Don Logan, Richard
Hodson, Bob Hovey, Ed Edlund,
Gene Broge, baritones.
Row 3: Bruce Spink, Bob Platt,
Don Atkins, Richard Lloyd, Ed
L. to R., Row 'l: Charles Ferguson,
Dave Bos, Darwin Erickson, Ray
Link, Lloyd Pixley, Gordon Laman,
Darrell Westfall, Charles Richards,
Row 2: Jack Chapel, Leonard
Strong, Karleen Peterson, Marian
Henyon, Floyd Rademccher,
George DeFrench, cornets.
Row 3: Bruce Matthews, Don May-
crofl, Lawrence Berman, Dave
Row 4: Harold Gunderson, Doug-
las Green, Ray Hilt, Gerald Schuur,
L. to R., Row l: Phyllis Rode, Jane
Morton, Kay Harrington, Mary
Rodewald, Barbara Baker, cellos.
Row 2: Linda Frazee, pianist, Hen-
ry Klein, David Amos, Marjorie
Becker, basses: Sue LaCore, pian-
Our Orchestra Makes lts Mark in Concerts.
First cousin to the marching and concert bands is
the Muskegon High School Orchestra, another fine
organization, and no less famous. Producing a var-
iety of music, the orchestra plays with finesse. Under
the same able directorship as the band, that of Mr.
William L. Stewart, Jr., the orchestra carries forward
the fine, high traditions of Muskegon Senior High.
The annual concert, presented in the early spring,
is always something that the community and students
look forward to.
L. to R.. Row l: Margaret Wiers-
ma, Pearl Hasper, Darlene Collier,
Rosemary Luther, Geraldine Toxe-
peius, Elaine Baru.
Slow 2: Delphine Domont, Jane
HoltroPPf Charlotte Hudy, Betty
Duper, Ruth Ladd.
Row 3: Ardythe Hansen, Dave Rob-
bins, John Mayrose, Betty Beebe.
Row 4: Robert Beegle, Jim Nutt,
Bill Rodewald, violins.
L. to R., Row 'l: Ardys Duiser,
Judy Kelly, Marlene DeVette, Mary
Kramer, Joyce Yonker.
Row 2: Miss Helvie, advisor, Mary
Barnes, Peg Knapp, Marian Hag-
an, treasurerg Mary Ann Harrigan,
president, Francis Helling vic
president, Charles Menges, secre-
tary, Karin Eriksen, Gladys Med-
Row 3: Marilyn Quick, Sandy Sey
ferth, Jean Fry, Sue LaCore M'll'-
, I I
cent Spier, Mary Leu Allore Sue
Bont, Beverly Hammond, Jackie
Ortquist, Ellamarie Willingham,
Joyce Peterson, Norma Ortquist.
Row 4: Dave Veenslra, Bob Sod
man, Jerry Eaton, Dennis Suchecki
Gus Chonis, Ron Habel, Herberi
Spanish Club Gives u Bit of la in America.
Let us be off to th
where El Dynamito is taking on all comers. Here we
e "boool fight" at the arena
will find all the gay decorations, the lively music
and the quaint customs of ' '
our South American neigh-
bors, to say nothin of th
g e sauve senors and spark-
ican atmosphere is at any meetin
in.e place to acquire some of
the South Amer-
g of the Spanish
Club, where students le
literature, and arts of th
arn much of the customs,
e Spanish and Spanish-
u ents who are
interested enough in this subiect to pursue it beyond
the class room level, and they participate in a var-
iety of activities. Among their activities are donut
sales, parties, and proiects.
are twenty-six Spanish st d
"Nos gusta Ia siesta " sa D '
, y enms
Suchecki and Jerry Allare.
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W Mn Hill P05 e L. to R.. Pat Rollins, Dave snpe,
ond Dobby Schreiber.
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We Gather Your Memories.
The bell had rung for seventh hour. About five min-
utes later students began to file into room 207A. By
three o'clock everyone was present, and the chatter in-
creased. Paper flew, pencils flew, and pictures flew.
Then it was 3:lO, everyone began to get ready to go
home. But suddenly, "there came a tap, tap, tapping,"
lquote the Ravenl. A cry of alarm went up, "Here
comes Miss Pihlstrom!"
Immediately the typewriters were beating out a reg-
ular staccato, and everyone was hard at work. Never-
theless the Annual is completed and we offer it to you
with the sincere hope that you will .like it.
L. to R., Seated: Ken Johnson, business
manager, Dave Stipe, editor, Miss Ethel
Pihlstrom, advisor, Dobby Schreiber, edi-
tor, Ken Sikkenga, business manager.
Standing: Pat Rollins, Marylou Howell,
Gordon Keitt, Pat Clark, Bob Hill, Nancy
Sells, Harris Leichti, Mr. W. C. Denton.
Sue Bonney, Mary Hunter. Gayle Cattley,
Penny Adams, Ruth Ann Hill.
L to R.. Sedtedi Mary H
CAMPUS KE YH0l.l:'
unter, Sue Bonney' PG' O
'ft Harris Leachttr BC"b"'o
am Booth- . worth, Gordon 'Syn'
standing: KWY .Am wauaom H0"'Sf' '
y o e Records Your News.
Who floods the hall
every two weeks with a variety of news? Who pro-
duces the paper that keeps the student body in
stitches with humor and cartoons? Who keeps the
students well informed of events' here at Muskegon
High School, in the state, the nation, and the world?
Mr. Harrison and his iournalism ll class get all th
s of Muskegon High Sch l
Drawing up the page layouts for next week's issue are Jim Reikles
and Sue Bonne K'b' ' oulder is Harris Lei ht'
c I. In
are Jerry Belisle and Bill
y. I ttzing over their sh
the background, pondering over a story
Bo t .
credit. And they well deserve it, for the Keyhole is
a newspaper that is all b
ut printed by students.
We note that the Keyhole was
ized for the purpose of serving the school and the
student body. All will agree that this obiective is
attained with a h' h '
ig degree of quality.
Typing up all copy on the verityper is Virginia Slocum.
Looking over her shoulder are Peggy Knapp and Bar-
Z .-' Zim
L. to R,, lst Row: Leon Larson,
Nathen VonderWerf, Dave Bos,
Dave Starks, Gordon Loman,
Bruce Matthews, Gill Koerner.
2nd Row: Yvonne Sternburg,
Joyce Van de Koppel, Ruth
Ladd, Ron Johns, Mary Mazes-
ke, lrene Gee, Doralee Hanks,
3rcl Row: Millicent Spier, Ann
Thomas, Arlene Zirk, Darlene
Rocker, Florence Asp, Millicent
VanderStele, Eleanor Holmes,
Jursley McMahon, Geraldine
Toxaopeus, Barbara Zelinski,
Helen Josick, Charlene Yonkers,
Pat Bush, Marie Tolish.
4th Row: Ardis Druiser, Glodis
Medema, Beverly Budd, Chare
lotte Visher, Janice Hazecamp,
Lois Taman, Mary Ann Harri-
gan, Shirley Kolbe, Delores
Wright, Joyce Tuppany, Lois
Zylman, Oda Neilson, Virginia
Keillor, Wanita Jewitt.
The Emphasis Here is Placed on Spiritual Values
ln order to present Christian surroundings to the
students at Muskegon High School, a club was formed
that would fill this capacity and occupy the wasted
noon hours for the students. That club is Hi-C. Time
that would otherwise be spent wandering around
can be used constructively in praying, singing, study-
M ,..,, , XM
's of Cicero, Virgil, and
Dido are vividly re-enacted by:
L. to R.: Judy Wilson, Boyd Bosma,
David Amos, Sandra Eagles, Joan
' h on.
Kirkpatrick, and Joyce Jo ns
Hail! Mighty Romans of Yore!
from that pattern established two thousand years
The Muskegon High School Latin Club, LXXVI live
members banded together to study the effects of a ago by the ancient, but practical, Romans.
dead civilization on the modern world, functions
under a form of government different from that of Organized to increase a knowledge of the Class-
any other club at Muskegon High. The entire exe- ics, the club this year adopted a program designed
' ' ' ' l islative bodies are copied to describe the various types of Roman amusements.
cutlve, IUdICIGl, and eg
b Hovey Carol Curow, Leid Mar Vugteveen, Mary Fer-
a Nelson, Donna Hinkley, y
L. to R., Row 1: Carl Bartscht, Bo ,
guson, John Sibson, Matt Steiner. ,
Row 2: Barbara Makemson, Carolyn Mooers, Nancy Kendall, Mariel Bennett, Kathryn Brooks, Nancy Mikesall, Suzanne
Kraft, Barton Berman, Henry Klein, Pat Rollins, Phyllis Rode, Erika Mueller, Yvonne Baston.
Row 3: Joan Kirkpatrick, Lou Varner, Betty Dooper, Nancy Squire, Barbara Wyman, Lois Ashley, Nancy Witham, Joan
LoCourse, Bonnie Wolters, Marlene Travis, Sandro Eagles, Margaret Wiersma, Joyce Johnson, Marilyn Vledder, Alice
Warren, Helen Chonis, Darlene Bunker, Kaylen Champayne.
Row 4: Barbara Joslin, Delphine Domont, Betty Conklin, Nancy Moon, Judy Wilson, Jean Murphy, Carole,Prins, Lois
Brace, Darlene Collier, Pat Schoonover, Marilyn Martin, Carol Beauvais, Shirleyann Scanlon, Carlla Seebald, Marion
Buck, Karen Westling, Jacquelyn Smith, Mary Louise Johnson.
' ' W tfall,-Glenn Russcher, Jim George, Fred Timmer, Lowell Dana.
Row 5: David Amos, Darrull es
Pro Musica ls Musicians' Diversion.
' Pro Musica officers gather at the piano
to listen to linda Frozee.
Because of the many extra hours of
' rehearsal, that contain nothing but hard
work, an organization was founded,
part of whose purpose was to make
up for this sacrifice. That organization
is Pro Musica, and its other aims are:
to support the constant improvement
in quality and the appreciation of the
best in music in the public schools, to
foster a maior award for outstanding
graduates in music, to furnish programs
for Band and Orchestra Parents, and
to promote the concert activities of the
band and orchestra.
L. to R., Standing: Betty Beebe, vice-president, Nancy Davison,
secretaryg Jeneane Collier, historian, Delores Swift, president. Cgntqining l55 members, Pro Musica ITt6el5 bl-ITlOt'tll1ly
Seated at piano: Linda Frazee, treasurer. for many Social activities
But social activities do n.ot constitute the entire program
of Pro Musica. Arion Foundation Music Award plaques for
band and orchestra are being financed and purchased by
Mr. Stewart, music director, looks over musi-
cal scores for the annual concert.
Pro Musica's outstanding party was the hall-
oween masquerade held in the bandroom.
Despite the common belief
among some unfortunate souls,
the Muskegon High School
Press Club has nothing to do
with laundering. Their washing
machine is a typewriter, their
dirty clothes are piles of un-
sorted news, their blueing is
printer's ink. They are the
people who are responsible
for the Campus Keyhole. This
is the main project of the
students who belong to the
Press Club. Their aim is to pro-
duce a constantly improving
L. to R., Seated: Marian Ward,
Kerry Ainsworth, Barbara Carl-
son, Bill Booth, Barbara Bar-
rett, Bill Sievers, sergeant-ah
Row 2: Peggy Knapp, vice-pres-
identg Pat Poling, Mary Louise
Johnson, president, Donna Tiff-
any, treasurer, Penny Adams,
Patsy Knapp, Bettylu Lauler-
burg, Harris Liechti, Mr. Harri-
Row 3: Louis Carlson, Mary
Hunter, secretary, Gus Chonis,
Sue Bonney, John Rieben.
Future Pulitzer Prize Winners.
Checking last minute lay-outs for the "Key-
hole" are, left to right: Sue Bonney, Harris
, Jim Riekels, Bill Booth, and Jerry
Enioying refreshments at the
Press Club party are, left to
right: Mary Hunter, Donna Tiff-
any, Mary Louise Johnson,
Peggy Knapp, Pat Poling.
Your Children Will Know Them Well.
L. to R., Seated: Marian Ward, Ardythe Hansen, president, Jackie Cross, Margaret Borgeson.
Standing: Miss Raue, advisor, Marylou Howell, Karen Westling, Elaine Baru, Betty Beebe,
Janice Howard, secretary-treasurer, Barbara Hovey, Joan LaCourse, Jean Hansen, historian,
Marilyn Foose, Grace Middlecamp, Jean Fry.
Not pictured: Shirley Houseman, vice-president.
F. T. A.
In order to learn of the opportunities in teaching
and to cultivate the qualities essential to a good
teacher, the student members of FTA, the Future
Teachers of America, obtain actual experience by
observing teachers in action, they begin to develop
the ideas of student leadership, for they learn to do
by doing. The twenty-one members of FTA also learn
to develop fine human relations by sending Christ-
mas gifts to Winesap School.
Did you ever notive that when you check a book
out of the Library, often it is a student who takes
care of the task? Or have you ever noticed the stu-
dents at the rear of the room mending covers, or
erasing your handiwork from the pages of some of
the reference books? They are the Muskegon High
School Library Club. They are being trained for
future library training.
Social functions develop the necessary poise for
the twenty members who are also the sponsors of
the Teen-Age Book Club. ,
L. to R., Seated: Miss Webster, advisor, Mary Jean Polak, Sandy Davidson, Marilyn Zelinski, Joyce Van de Koppel, Mrs,
Standing: Walter Lindeman, Shirley Kolbe, Betty Cook, Betty Beach, Doreen Kcrkanen, Suzanne Hoffman, Marjorie Bunnell,
Jackie Smith, Laura Putnam, Phyllis Barnhard, Wilson Dean.
Followers of Florence Nightingale.
L. to R., Row 'I: Barbara Wyman, Kathleen Keur, president, Suzanne Kraft.
Row 2: Margaret Borgeson, Sue Bonney, historian, Mary Louise Johnson, secretary.
Row 3: Jackie LaPointe, treasurer, June Rittenhouse, Charlotte Hudy.
F. N. A.
The Future Nurses returned from their trip to Gerber
Memorial Hospital much better informed about what
their chosen vocation constituted. This was only one
of their proiects -of the year to become better ac-
quainted with the nursing profession.
Many of the thirty girls have assisted in caring
for children and have participated in Red Cross ac-
They are preparing for an extremely worthwhile
F. H. A.
To learn the satisfaction and importance of home
economics, to promote a wholesome family life, and
to demonstrate democracy and good government in
the home as well as in the community: these are the
foundation of the Future Homemaker's creed. The
thirty homemakers of Muskegon High School made
ioke books for veteran's hospitals and engaged in
other interesting social activities.
Girls Train for Homemuking.
L. to R., Row l: Evelyn Robertson, Ardis Duiser, Joan Seastrom, Marian Kulicamp. Y
Row 2: Barbara Schmeiding, secretary, Carol Seastrom, treasurer, Norma Ortquist, president, Doris
VanDyke, vice-president, Jackie Ortquist, Kathy Tobin.
Row 3: Millicenl Spier, Pam Hollar, Mary Lou Allore, JoAnn McCormick, Sally Grimm, Moryio Leyanna,
David Smith and Jerry Porter carry their Sw
specimens of Christmas trees to the pile.
Tree planting and cutting, spring and fall camp-outs,
National Wildlife Restoration Week: this is the fine schedule
of outdoor work typical of all Con.servation Club proiects,
which also includes financial support for Winesap School and
various other club functions.
The 'Conservation Club is a solid unit of ninety students
who attempt to promote the conservation of natural resources
through club activities and the school reforestation program.
Besides a football dance and sleighride, the Conserva- 53,
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tion Club sponsors an annual highlight at Muskegon High '4
School, the "Sadie Hawkins Day" Dance. Joe Suzor and Jean Timmer plant a tree
while Chuck Menges watches.
1: Bao! Schuileman, Bill Spellmen, John Wightman, Jim Johnson, and Bob Mixer.
Row 2: Dick Harris, Bill Volz, Don Lohman, Bernard Eckwieler, Dave Carlson, Ted Sirocco, John Sherringer, Matt Steiner,
Russell Wickerink, John Seelman, and Rich Smith.
Row 3: Miss Vandergritt, Dave Smith, Bob Wells, Jerry Patow, Jim Nutt, Bill Reinhold, Carlee Sheldon, Elaine Baru, Shirley
Berglund, Ken Bensinger, and Kenneth Johnson.
Row 4: Janice Howard, Margaret Swanson, Sally Parker, Dorothy Herbst, Evelyn Fetke, Nancy Bruning, Carolyn Champagne,
Ann Fitch, Barbara White, Sue Morris, Margaret Ward, Betty Lindstrom, Joyce Dykstra, and Wanda Brown.
R w 5: Jud Wilson, Jean Timmer, Nancy Champion, Donna Martin, Muriel Bennett, Marilyn Swanson, Polly Young, Jerry
Porter, Leo Supera, Jack Seastrom, Charles Menges, Gordon Benson, Carolyn Moers, Ann Kelllor, and Marilyn Johnsgn,
Row 6: Wayne Schmidt, .lerry Erickson, Dick Henrickson, Lewis Butrick, Henry Herbst, Earl Kersting, Jim Borrowman, Dave
k B Charles Hasseldahl, Bob Hovey, 5Pe"l59' Ch0PPel, Lowell Dana,
Mudgett, Bill Zimmerman, John Hoos, Joe Suzor, Jac oyer,
and Lyle Moore.
Row 7: Bill Rodewold, Douglas Waltrick, Charles Richards, and Bill Christenson.
l.. to R., Row 'l: Ray Boomer, Jack Draper, Alex Danigelis, Eddie Fris, John Cantu, Charles
Row 2: Wayne Smith, Robert Willia, Peggy Coon, Don Scofield, Robert Reinhold, Mary
Jane Riekles, Ruth Sheperd, Don Bowen, Stan Pfeiffer.
Row 3: Dawn Andrews, Doris Burr, Joann Dykstra, Norma Miller, Betty Nelson, LaVeryle
Strong, Janice Jirschele, Carmen Leaf, Joyce O'Neil, Marlene Winkerink, Ann Marie Shirey.
Row 4: Joyce Rose, Evelyn Sandberg, Lois Zylman, Bonnie Drent, Marilyn Gillhespy, Elaine
Martin, Marian Welsh, Harriet Christianson, Betty Baker, Mary Mastenbrook, Joann
Row 5: Julia Frizzell, Norm Dodson, Eloda Springer, Marlene Deyo, Mary Jane Kent, Bob
Pugh, Joyce Frizzell, Mr. Saul, advisor.
Salesmen Gather for an Exchange of Ideas.
"l'll meet you in the library
seventh hour today, okay?"
"Sorry, l can't make it. I go to
work at 2:3O."
"I didn't know you had a iob."
"Sure, I got it through retail
Many students are furnished
with jobs in this manner, and al-
though happy to receive the op-
portunity, these students have to
sacrifice this time which might
otherwise be used for social func-
tions. ln order to make up for
this, the Retail Office Club was
formed with the added purposes
of promoting an. understanding of
democratic principles through par-
liamentary procedure, and of pro-
viding a better understanding of
the problems of the business
world through trips and proiects.
B e s i d e s the many parties
throughout the year ROC sponsors
the novel Bosses' Dinner, an an-
Mr. Walvoord and Mr. Knut-
son give certificates of merit to
members of R.O.C.
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Why not loin the Camera Club? Not a bad
idea, where else can you enioy a fine hobby
and profit so much with its results?
The Camera Club wasn't organized to devel-
op a troop of experts, but they will teach you
the fundamentals of photography, and you will
work with some fine people. And, like every
other club at Muskegon High School, the Shut-
terbugs do have social activities.
The photographic work of the Camera Club
has appeared in many forms in many publica-
tions around the community. Where did you
think the Said and Done got its pictures?
Members of Camera Club get practical exper-
ience in developing and printing pictures.
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lt's Fun to Click the Shutter.
L. to R., Seated: Linda Cu
naday, Margaret Swanson
Standing: Boyd Bosma, N
C. Denton, Henry Klein, Je
ome Schaner, Harris Liech
Gordon Keift, Orrin Bus
Jack Wilson, Ken .lohnso
Members of French Club test their skill
in solving o French puzzle.
Looking at a letter from the recipient of their CARE package are:
left to right: Richard Thompson, Evonne Showers, Jackie LaPointe, and
L. to R., Seated: lOfficersl
Jackie LaPointe, historian, Mrs.
Alice Kyes, advisor, Ken John-
son, treasurer, Elsie Lou Lower,
president, Janice Rogers, vice-
president, Bonnie Showers, sec-
First row: Delores Swift, Arlene
Gosselin, Mary Mezeske, Nancy
Gilroy, Charmagne Westfall,
Charlene Squires, Patti Buris,
Joyce Decker, Marva Spyke,
Second row: Marilyn Foose,
Joan Midboe, Delores Gable,
Dave Stipe, Gayle Cattley,
Richard Thompson, Joyce Mod-
zelewski, Pat Poling, Melba
Shively, John Hoos, Jane Mor-
ton, Delores Wright, Janice
Howard, Kay Harrington.
Contrary to popular belief, the French people
indulge in activities other than amoral pursuits,
and the French Club is the best place at Mus-
kegon High School to learn iust what these
other pastimes are. A Spanish or Latin student
would be lost in a meeting of Les Amis de la
France lTh-e Friends of the Frenchl where the
smooth French phrases slide back and 'forth
between eager students.
Parties provide the outlet where French stu-
dents dance to French ditties, sing French songs,
and play ,French games. With the generous
spirit of the liberty-loving Frenchmen, CARE is
well supported by the club.
Club Sends Cure Packages
L. to R., At table: .lenette Faber, ad-
visor, Dobby Schreiber, vice-president,
Virginia Cook, president, Phyllis And-
erson, secretary, Jack Hathaway, Cleo
Standing: Harris Leichti, Sandy Cook,
Sandy Rop, Nancy Gilroy, Nancy Sells,
Anita Caris, Shirley Sikkenga, Sandy
Davidson, Janice Rogers, Hank Riekles.
They are Entrancecl by the Footlights . ..
"Act well your part, therein all the honor lies."
Though Pope may not have been thinking of this
organization, his words have become the motto
of the Thespians all over the United States. The
National Thespians Society is devoted to the ad-
vancement of dramatics arts in the secondary
schools. An honorary organization, Troop No.
704 founded in l946, the Thespians have extra
activities other than the semi-annual initiation
ceremony and a June trip to the University of
Indiana for a national conference. This year they
were hosts at a spring drama festival.
New Thespians are inducted to Troop No. 704.
Nancy Kendall, J
oan Maxwell, and Marva Sypke
"keep the hemlines straight" for The Bat.
John Potts interrogates Ruth Beers, while Gordon
Schaffer, John Rieben and Kay Ryan watch
tensely in a scene from The Bat.
and Here Are Their Praductians.
Nancy Kendall, heroine in The Farmer's Dough
ter, berates the villian, Harris Liechti, while
Mcnrvo Sypke and Jack Clock struggle for free-
Ardythe Hanson writhe with agony in Mushioo
"Doctor, we've eaten toc:dstooIs!" walls Marg
et Ward while Pat Stl Ell
ener, en Seeley c
uskegon is definitely a sports-minded community. The
football and basketball games are actively supported by the
many fans who crowd the stadium and gym. The school,
therefore, helps to provide recreational activities for the stu-
dents as well as the community.
The Temple Cup meet for track, held every spring, is the
only intramural activity, with the exception of girls' sports
sponsored by G.A.A.
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L to R Front Row Allore Mixer Cooke Banninga, King, Collins, Clanton, F., Rohn, Hoos.
2nd Row T McShannock lAsst Coachl Runnels McDonald, Schalk, Wood, Lirones, Soderman, Cuthrell, Groce, Rademaker,
3rd Row H E Potter tCoachl Fultz Voss Fett David, Fairfield, Morrall, Clanton, C., Kelly, Riekels, Swanson, W. Kelly
4th Row Moore Cribbs Wilson Rothbun Slevers, Wells, Robbins, Schutter, J., Schutter, R.
Muskegon unveiled its i952 football machine with a 27-O
win over Lansing Sexton at Hackley Stadium. Showing plenty of
power and promise, the Big Reds then iourneyed to Flint where
they met a highly rated Flint Central eleven and their first real
test of the season. Behind l3-6 in the second period lthe only
time they trailed an opponent this yearl, the Reds snapped back
for a 36-13 decision and gained recognition of being the team
to beat in the state.
Against Grand Haven the following week the Muskies pound-
ed out a lopsided 41-0 victory. Next came a terrifically under-
rated Benton Harbor team which found the charges of Coach
Harry Potter grinding out a lone touchdown to win 7-O over the
downstate Tigers. This was a costly victory however, for during
the rugged play, star defensive back, Bob Kendall, suffered a
fractured ankle and was lost for the season.
The next weekend, led by the smooth passing of quarterback
Earl Morrall, the Big Reds smothered Holland 48-0 with reserves
playing most of the second half.
Hapless Hamtramck was next to feel the might of the ramp-
aging Reds, and they fell under the 'conqueror's heel' 45-6. lt
was a great homecoming display for the old grads with Ham-
tramck's only score coming in the fourth period against Muskegon
reserves. Battle Creek, the next opponent, fared no better. The
final gun found them buried under an amazing total of 491 yards
BIG RED FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Sept Lansing Sexton
Sept. 2l Flint Central .....
Sept. 28 Grand Haven ......
Oct. Benton Harbor ....
Oct. Hollan.d ...........
Oct. Hamtramack .....
Oct. Battle Creek ........
Nov. 2 Kalamazoo ...........
Nov. lO Muskegon Heights
Jim Kelly gains yardage in the Holland battle
and fifty-three points, while their own efforts netted only seven.
Well on their way to a State Championship the Muskies clinched
the Southwestern Conference Crown with a sizzling 33-0 win over
Kalamazoo in a blinding blizzard and sub-freezing weather.
As the final week of prep football rolled around, the Big
Reds and Grand Rapids Catholic Central were tied for first place
in the controversial AP poll. Despite the Cougar's final impressive
win over their Detroit opponent, the Big Reds were nominated
mythical State Champions by virtue of their complete mastery of
the Heights Tigers.
The annual rivalry was played in a sea of mud at Hackley
Stadium, and the outcome was never in doubt as the Big Reds,
displaying power everywhere, smashed the mediocre Heights ma-
chine to a 26-6 count.
Packed with power in every department, this was 'the' year
for the Red and White. Led by All-American Earl Morrall, the well-
balanced backfield was hardly ever stopped or even slowed down.
The Muskie line, studded with All-Staters, devastated the running
attacks of all opposition besides opening gaping holes in their
lines for the hard-running backfield. When combined and under
the direction of a most capable coaching staff, they presented a
team which ranks among the best ever assembled at Muskegon
High School and among the finest in the state.
Morrall clears the way as David picks up yardage
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L. to R., Row 'lz Harry Voss, Bob Fairfield, Merle Bright, Don Rademaker, Earl Morrall, Fred Heuser, Lee David.
Row 2: Coach McShannock, Bob McNiff, Keith DeForrest, Norm Hine, Jim Riekels, Bill Nyblade, Bill Flemen.
Grub that bull you Muskie.
Muskegon won the regional championship while tying with Kalamazoo
for the Southwestern Conference title. They were beaten, however, by Hol-
land in the quarter-finals, 48-37, and thereby lost their chances for a State
With good material, much of it from their champion football team, the
Big Reds made a fine showing. ln their first game they rolled over Grand
Rapids South 49-36.
Kalamazoo proved later in the season to be a serious threat to Muskegon,
but in their first encounter the Red and White came through
with a decisive 50-37 victory.
At Benton Harbor the following week, the Big Reds,
although showing little scoring strength, came up with their
third victory, a 38-30 win over the down-state Tigers. Scoring
47-33 the Muskies toppled Muskegon Heights.
ln the Grand Haven game Muskegon's superior ball
handling enabled them to rack up a smashing 65-47 victory
over the Buccaneers. Battle Creek was the next opponent
over whom they rolled, leading throughout the entire game,
with the final score standing 44-3l.
Against Holland an outclassed Muskegon team tasted
their first defeat of the season 5l-36. Mus-
kegon fell into second place in the confer-
ence race as they ran into a rugged and
improved team from Kalamazoo.
The Reds snapped their losing ways against Benton Harbor the following
week by coming up with a 56-4l triumph. A return game with the Heights
Tigers showed that Muskegon still had it in them as they devastated the
Bengals with an easy 59-26 win.
Playing Holland at home seemed to make all the difference in the world
as the Muskies rapped the Dutchmen for a 60-42 score.
The Big Reds then overpowered a highly-rated, but much weaker, Grand
Rapids Christian team, 83-38. Another one-sided game was played with
Lansing Sexton and Muskegon emerged the victor 69-48.
Muskegon then rolled over an inferior Grand Rapids Creston
Continuing in the regional tourney, the Reds handed
Union a crashing 50-43 defeat. Muskegon then met the upset
victor of Grand Haven, Muskegon Heights, as the tournament
neared its final stages, the Tigers extended the Reds 44-40
with brilliant ball-handling and an airtight defense. Then
came the quarter-finals and Muskegon's final game of the
season. The Hollanders sunk the Big Reds and closed the
Red and White's season.
Muskegon totaled 1009 points for the season and held
their opponents to 766. They won l6 and
lost three and placed three players, captain
Don Rademaker, Bob Fairfield, and Earl Mor-
rall, on the Southwest conference all-star
Don Rademaker, Big Red's captain, lumps to add another Big Red forward, Fred Hueser makes an attempt for a rebound
basket to the Muskie's score. during one of the tense moments ofthe game
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L. to R., lst row: Jerry Erickson, Jim DeVries, Ron Knop, Phil Berdinski, Dave Borgeson, Richard Harvey, and Joe Suzor.
2nd row: Gordon Barkell, coach, Norm Beaucamp, Ken Tousey, Larry Wherle, Bruce Ashley, Bob Heaton, and Ralph Burr, manager.
Next year's "Reds
" make a name this year.
The Little Reds opened the 51-52 season with a 39-34 win
over Grand Rapids South and a hint of what was to come. But
Kalamazoo and Benton Harbor had ideas of their own, and the
Red and White Basketeers fell to each: Kazoo 37-16, and Benton
The following week Muskegon surprised the local basketball
world with a brilliant 62-49 upset of the Heights Tiger Cubs. Then
came a succession of four defeats, to Grand Haven 50-34, to Battle
Creek 53-24, to Holland 40-38, and again to Kalamazoo 40-31.
But the victory-starved Reds rallied against Benton Harbor by a
54-43 triumph, and happy days were here again.
However, they were short-lived. Muskegon Heights, seeking
revenge for their previous defeat, snuck by the Red and White
31-29. But Muskegon avenged their earlier loss at the hands of
the Little Bucs with a 38-35 victory.
Flint Northern stopped Muskegon 53-23, and Holland fol-
lowed suit 48-40 before the Little Reds racked up a 40-26 win
over Grand Rapids Christian. The final game of the season found
Muskegon floundering in a deluge of 67 points by Lansing Sexton
while their own sharpshooters bucketed 47.
With Coach Barkell, a graduate of Northern College of Edu-
cation, in his first season at the helm, Muskegon showed a total
of five wins and ten losses, 548 points for, and 653 against, and
some fine prospects for the Big Reds in the persons of high-scorer
Ron Knop, Capt. Phil Berdinski, and Dick Harvey.
G. R. Union ....
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AAIV WM Grand Haven
L. to R., Standing: Larry Dell, Gordon Medendorp, Larry Bonifield, Joe Boyden, Coach
Nestor, Coach Carlson, Larry Wehrle, Jim DeVries, Ken Tousley, Howard Calloway, Bob Benton Harbor ""' "' O
Stevenson, Jim Johnson. Honcmd O
Sitting: Bill Pippin, Bob Freiberg, Bob Manchester, Mickey Young, Lloyd Moreen, Roger """""
King, Jerry Sowa, Don Carpenter. Whitehall --A- O
The opening of the Muskegon Reserves' season FFem0Flf 0
found them matched against Grand Rapids Union
seconds who fell before them with a 25-l3 score. Kalamazoo """"""" 7
After cu game at home, Muskegon traveled to Muskegon Heights .......... 13
Hesperia where they steamed to a 21-7 victory.
Slowed by the Grand Haven seconds after a l3-O
defeat, they iourneyed to Benton Harbor where
the l-lfile Reds emerged with Un l8'O winning and Heights reserves had everyone excited as
Qeme' AWGY from heme CIQV-'ln MUSke90f1 hlf l'lOl' both teams clinched for a tying l3-l3 score.
land for a 27-O victory. Whitehall was thrown Howard Callaway was high scorer with 61
for o 27-0 loss by the Reds. But Muskegon met points followed by Gordon Medendorp with 56
their scoring height as they rolled over the Fre- points,
mont seconds 7l-O. At Hackley Stadium, the Grand Haven won the Southwestern champion-
Little Reds made a pelting i9-7 victory over the ship leaving Muskegon in third place following '
Kalamazoo team. But rivalry of the Muskegon the Heights by a half a game.
They finish a good third.
L. to R., First Row: Nestor lCoachl, King, Neuman, Dagen, Dell, Connell fCaptainJ, Carpenter, Hamm, D. Herbst, Stephenson, Young,
Second Row: Carlson fCoachJ, Bonifield, Tousey, Manchester, Wehrle, Boyden, DeVries, Moreen, Rodewald, Pippin, Clark, Friberg,
Top Row: Callaway, Dana, Medendorp, Sowa, Brown, Peet, Klasno, Bevins, Buttermore, R. Herbst, Johnson.
L. to R., Row Kersting lMgr.1, Allore, Schafer, Schutter, Hine, Wehrle, Manchester, Bonitield, Starks, Cooper, Potts, Roy lMgr.t.
Row 2: Nestor lAss't Coachl, Carpenter, Swanson, Israel, Collins, Jensen, Pierce, Piatt, Larson, Armstrong, Hubbell, LeRoux, McShan
Row 3: Woodard, Hamel, Kroll, Peet, Cooke, Frieberg, Boyden, Medendorp, Herbst, Hughs, Ramierz.
Seven letter-men bolster squad.
Lack of depth and balance are the chief woes
of Coach Tom McShannock as he prepares his
1952 track squad for its initial meet with Holland.
With miler Schaffer, half-miler Hine, dashman
Starks, and shot putter Manchester, the only re-
turning Iettermen, Coach McShannock will have to
depend largely on untried material.
Early practice sessions have shown Muskegon
to be strongest in the mile run, but here, too,
lack of experience may prove to be a disadvant-
age. Coach McShannock believes that his squad
will improve as the season progresses, but it is
questionable if the boys will better their 1951
Last year's cindermen finished third in the
Southwestern Conference winning three of four
dual meets. ln the Grand Rapids meet the lads
from Muskegon finished fourth. Early this year at
Mount Pleasant Muskegon garnered but 6, points,
and McShannock is keeping his fingers crossed
that they will make a better showing in the con-
April 11 Saginaw Relays at Mt. Pleasant
April 15-16 Temple Cup Meet
April 18 Holland, here
April 24 North Muskegon, here
April 29 Muskegon Heights, here
May 3 Central Relays, Mt. Pleasant
May 9 S.W. Conference vs G.R. League, G.R.
May 13 Grand Haven, here
May 17 Regionals and S.W Conference, Kazoo.
May 24 State Finals
Joe Boyden practices the shot-put.
Nice try, south pawl
The best in the State! That was
Coach Harry Potter's baseball
squad of l95'l. This year Coach
Potter is hoping for another fine
season since a nucleus of his
championship squad is returning.
Last season Muskegon 'won the
Southwestern Conference crown,
sailing through an undefeated
season, and the Big Reds were
victorious, defeating Battle Creek and Monroe for
the State Championship in. the Battle Creek Base-
ball lnvitational Tournament.
Bad weather has hampered early practice ses-
sions and the squad was picked only a few
days before the opening game with Coopersville.
Though veterans are expected to fill most of the
positions on the first nine, capable reserves are
being sought by Coach Potter.
Benton Harbor ...,.. ......
Grand Haven ...... .,...... H ere
North Muskegon .... ........ H ere
Kalamazoo ...,......... ........ H ere
Muskegon Heights ...... ........ H ere
Basebullers out for repeat championship.
L. to R., Front Row: Mavis tManagerl, Karis, Balkema, Fett, R. Dell, Greeno, Cox, Reis, Dobberstein, Workman, DeVries.
Second Row: Hart, Nyblade, Fairfield, Morrall, Hill, Knop, Eaton, Stephens, David, McDonald.
Third Row: H. E. Potter lCoachl, Connell, L. Dell, Soderman, Hoos, Eckert, Cratty, Stephenson, Erickson, Starck, Hopkins, Dagen.
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L. to R., First row: Michael Humanick, Dave VanEenenaam, Bill Zimmerman, Harry Voss, Jack Clock.
Second row: Ray Hilt, John Sherringer, John Wightman, Bruce Weflin, Dan Burr, Gus Chonis, Ray Caesar.
Third row: Coach Bill Bos, Ted Sirocco, Thurman Brown, Leo Sepuro, Kerry Ainsworth, John Rieben, Bob Hovey, Keith DeForrest,
Jerry Joneson, Captain Wayne Kieft, Manager Dean Bailey.
Ready for another year.
Jerry Joneson receives congratulations from opponent Keith
DeForrest as Wayne Kieft, Harry Voss, and Bill Zimmerman
The netters of Bill Bos have taken their
rackets out of moth balls and are loosening
their kinks in preparation for another win-
ning season. With lettermen Keith DeForest,
Harry Voss, Jerry Joneson, and Captain
Wayne Keift returning and several of last
year's reserves on hand, the prospects for
the year look fairly good. Added depth is
expected due to the large turnout of 27 boys
and the summer recreation program.
Last year, the first season for tennis in
tive years, a good beginning was made as
the team won five of eight matches includ-
ing two victories over Muskegon Heights and
The main problem facing Coach Bos is the
lack of facilities, with McGraft Park offering
the only courts. Still, with favorable weath-
er, the boys will be in shape for the opening
match against Holland.
April Holland ..................... .,..,.. T here
April Grand Haven There
April Benton Harbor ...... ,,,,,,, T here
April Kalamazoo .,,.,.,,,..,, ,,,,, H ere
May Muskegon Heights ,,,,,, ,,,,, H ere
May Holland ...,.....,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, H ere
May Grand Haven ,,,,,,, IQIII H ere
May Coopersville ,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,. H ere
May Muskegon Heights ..... There
June State Finals
The prospects for this year's golf season
seem tip top. Two letter winners, Dennis Su-
checki and Raymond Bostrom, are again with
the team. Each of them has another season
to play. Bill and Bob McNiff are back from
Florida, where they kept in shape on the
Florida greens. Also with the team is Bruce
Last year's season was a fairly profitable
one, though the quartet didn't place in the
Regional meet at Grand Rapids.
Coach Ray Schruba expects more improve-
ments this year over last year's nine wins
and one drop. This year's schedule, as in
past seasons, proves to be a tough one.
April 25 North Muskegon ..... . ..,.. There
Holland ..............,....... ........ H ere
May 2 Benton Harbor ,....
May 9 North Muskegon
May l2 Grand Haven
Holland ................ ...... T here
May l4 Kalamazoo .....
May 17 Regionals .............. Grand Rapids
May l9 Grand Haven ...................... Here
May 24 State Finals ..... ....... M idland
ruce Ashley demonstrates good form in follow-through
The links-men hope for success
L. to R., Row 'l: Dana, Lowell, Semelbauer, Herbert, Homes, Robert, McNiff, Bob, Ashley, Bruce, McNiff, William, Suchecki, W
Row 2: Herbst, Richard, Berman, Barton, Borgeson, David, Byro, Donald, Steiner, Matthew, Bostrom, Raymond, Benton,
Girls' Athletic Association
Seventy-eight girls are enrolled in girls' sports
sponsored by G.A.A. From early fall until late in
the spring these girls play together every week in
varied sports ranging from field hockey, tennis,
and baseball to volleyball and bowling.
The group exists to help create an interest in
sports and to provide girls with an opportunity to
play and work together for better understanding
and good feeling.
GAA FIELD HOCKEY
Field hockey is the answer for girls who like to
participate in a sport full of thrills and hard play.
Beginning in the fall, the teams play each other in
a round-robin tournament. Last fall forty-four girls
took part in this sport. They were divided into
four teams headed by Heleen Pelger, Donna Carl-
son, Norma Thompson, and Maudella Warren.
Heleen Pelger's "Gazelles" were the champions.
The eighty girls who participated in basketball
this year found it a close tournament with two
teams staying in the top position all the way.
Karen Eriksen's "K-9'5" and Kathleen Keur's "Little
Women" tied for first place after only losing one
game apiece to the second place team, Mary
The girls' bowling tournament again ended in a
co-championship with Phyllis Musk's "Sharp-Shoot-
ers" and Nancy Fagan's "Strikerettes" tying for
the top position.
Tula Stathis held the season's highest average
with I27, Janet Khun was second with I24, and
the high individual game winner was Tula with
ln the National Mail-o-graphic tournament held
on March 22, Nancy Fagan's team, composed of
Nancy Klang, Ellamarie Willingham, Pat Robinson,
and Tula Stathis, bowled into first place with a
total of 2264 pins.
Girls in.terested in swimming have the oppor-
tunity either to enioy themselves in recreational
swimming or to work for their iunior or senior
badges in life saving. Altogether about 50 girls
participated in these two classes conducted by the
instructor, Mrs. Seastrom.
Kitty Keur's team swept through the after-school
tournament as undefeated champs of nine other
teams. This exciting sport, which requires plenty
of team work, timing, and follow-through, is also
a regular part of the girls' gym program.
Spring means time for one of the girls' favorite
sports: baseball! As usual, over a hundred girls
turned out for the games played on Wilson field.
Some of the exchange students who had never
played baseball before had as much fun learning
the fundamentals of the game as the other girls
did teaching them.
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G. A. A.
Miss Reid checks points for G.A.A. pins won
by Virginia Slocum, Nancy Fagan, and Ella-
G.A.A. letter winners admire their awards.
L. to R.: Donna Hoos, Janice Hazekamp,
Jane Andrews, Kathleen Keur, Mary Lou-
ise Johnson, Tula Stathis, Sheila Sedgley,
and Gayle Cattley.
Tliese girls learn fair play.
L. to R., 'lst Row: Kathleen Keur, Norma Thompson, Annette Ruys.
2nd Row: Delphine Domont, Charlene DeVette, Marlene Travis, Polly Young, Nancy Moon, Jean Murphy, Carole Prins,
Lois Brace, Nancy Stadt, Janice Schutter, Gayle Cattley.
3rd Row: Miss Reid, Alice Warren, Els Pelger, Heleen Pelger, Nancy Wiegand, Sue Morris, Corrine Cooper, Anita Bobick,
Janet Logan, Judy Sims, Bette Wierengo, Margaret Ward, Kathleen Davis, Helen Flf1P0lfiCk, JUdY WllS0n, Shirley Sim-
mons, Dorann Scott, Marilou Allore, Lois Crago.
4th Row: Irene Nelson, Marilyn Rademaker, Shirley Scanlon, Ruth Johnson, Ann Fitch, Sheila Sedgley, Catherine Glafeke,
Joyce Klevering, Nancy Mikesell, Jeanne Timmer, Barbara White Donzy Loomis, Janet Nelson, Sandra Bee, Marilyn
Swanson, Karin Kison, Jacquelyn Smith, Barbara Hartz, Ethel Liggens
5th Row: Karin Eriksen, Maudella Warren, Diane Hozer, Janice Hazekamp, Mary Alyce Driscoll, Barbara Schmieding, Pqq.
rica Wryan, June Rittenhouse.
' If KEWM
Field Hockey girls make ca charge for the puck.
Watch that goal.
G. A. A.
, W, 10-"fs
Will the ball go over?
lifesaving is useful and fun.
Sheila Sedgley and Mary Louise Johnson have fun watching Ann Ew
ull swing wild.
Mickey Scoif, Jean Timmer, Po! Robinson, ond Ellczmarie Wiilinghonin wcuich the pins go down.
Down the alle yy across the plate.
Helen Koscinski and Sue Bonney tow in Sue LoCore and Pat Schooner
respectively in life saving.
upils from county schools and city iunior highs troop to
Muskegon High School in the fall and mid-year to begin their
advanced high school work. They arrive eager and enthusi-
astic to participate in senior high activities.
' Soon they become an integral part of the school and
contribute much to its esprit cle corps.
"And the three little pigs went home,"
quotes Ron Johnson to Anita Bobick, Flora
Drake, and Mariel Bennett.
These sophomores look happy despite a heavy
burden of books. L. to R.: Bob Wierengo, Donna
Jean Plumhoff, Joan Kirkpatrick, and Fred Field.
"Will l get an A?" asks Alice
Warren, Bob Stephenson, Shir-
ley Henryx, and Wesley French
in checking grades with Miss
The llA's are the potential leaders
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Afendulis, K. Ainsworth, M. Ames, B.
I Andfrson, H. Anderson, L. Anderson
rnold, S. Asbury, D. Ashley, D. At-
kins, B. Baker, D. Barber
Anderson, J. Andrews, K.
L. to R.: R. Bartrand, E. Baru, R.
Bayne, B. Beach, J. Beadle, G. Beam-
er, C. Beauvais, C. Beerman
L. to R.: R. Beers, G. Belisle, A. Bell,
K. Bensinger, E. Berg, S. Bergman, T.
Bergren, B. Bishop
L. to R.: C. Blodgett, M. Boettcher, B.
Booth, B. Bogue, J. Borrowman, Y.
Boston, D. Boyd, P. Bozeman
L. to R.: B. Brand, B. Brink, A. Britton,
J. Brown, M. Buit, L. Bullion, S. Bur-
meister, G. Burns
L. to R.: B. Burrington, B. Bush, D.
Byro, B. Cabocel, P. Campbell, B.
Canning, J. Cantu, J. Carney
L. to R.: N. Champion, J. Chilcote, S.
Christensen, C. Cihacz, J. Clock, P.
Coburn, J. Cogar, T. Collins
L. to R.: B. Conroy, H. Cook, J. Coop-
er, B. Cox, B. Crirhfield, C. Curow,
F. Currow, S. Dalrymple
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Dault, L. David, M. David, N. Davison,
G. DeFrench, H. DeVries
E. Douglas, D. Draper, J. Draper, B.
Driscoll, D. Dyer, J. Ealon, B. Ed-
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Reterstoff, M. Riekels, J. Rittenhouse
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R. Snell, Y. Sternburgh, M. Swanson
L. to R.: C. Thielman, A. Thomas, C.
Toman, M. Foose, J. Twiest, G. Van-
derLeest, M. Vanderstelt, D. VanDyke
L. to R.: C. Visscher, W. Volz, D. Vro-
man, M. Way, K. Westling, R. Wik-
man, R. Wilcox, H. Winter
L. to R.: N. Witham, M. Wright, B.
Zwicker, B. Manchester
L. to R.: M. Allore, D. Amos, L. And-
ersen, H. Anderson, D. Andrews, J.
Applegarth, J. Armstrong, B. Ashley
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Beshears, B. Boisvert, L. Bonifield, D. A A 'V
Borgeson, L. Bosma, D. Boukamp 'K b s E s-S12-Z X,
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1' Y 0 Clark, P. Clark, C. Cloetingh, R. Cluch-
g.N . - . A ' 2 M ey, D. Collier, J. Collins
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Q. ' l X V Conley, R. Cooke, C. Cooper, C. Cotie,
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R. Czarneke, N. Dagen, K. Davis, B.
Dean, D. Deephouse, A. DeJonge
L. to R.: C. DeVette, J. DeVries, M.
Dietz, N. Dietz, P. Doctor, G. Dodge,
D. Domonf, B. Dooper
L to R.: F. Drakey, M. Driscoll, B.
Dunbar, M. Dykema, H. Dykstra, S.
Eagles, B. Echwielen, E. Edlund
L. to R.: S. Edson, V. Edwards, P. Ek-
strom, B. Engler, J. Erickson, S. Erick-
son, J. Essenherg, C. Evans
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ff ' stone, J. Fischer, B. Fisher
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J' ' Q ,M A Frumpton, C. Fult, B. Galaidu
J , , we L L. , L. to R.. M. Garvey, J. see, K. Gluf-
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. Q Goodman' R. Grimm' F. Gundy
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Kllcrease, D. Kung, J. Kirkpatrick, K. , sf V .
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man, R. Knop, S.
Knowles, P. Knudson
L. to R.: C. Koontz, C. Kotlewski, S.
Kraft, R. Kramer, C. Kratovil, S. Krog-
mon, J. Kuziak
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Murphy, V. Mustard, J. Neal
L. to R.: J. Nelson, M. Nelund, L.
Nolan, J. Nugent, D. Nygren, T. O'-
Connor, F. Oden, N. Olsen
L. to R.: K. Olson, A. Ouwerkerk, P.
Pastori, S. Pattison, H. Paul, B. Pease,
B. Peet, E. Pelger
L. to R.: S. Petersen, D. Pixley, D.
Plumhoff, M. Polak, B. Prater, M.
Predko, C. Prins, D. Prow
L. to R.: B. Rademaker, S. Raymond,
D. Recknagel, L. Reed, B. Reek, C.
Richards, J. Rickett, G. Rillema
L. to R.: A. Robbins, F. Roberts, J.
Roberts, E. Robertson, D. Rocker, B.
Rodewald, G. Roian, R. Rose
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Locke, J. Logan, D. Loomis
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McCune, R. McDermott, J. McMahon
H. McNarIand, B. McVicker, B. Makem-
. L. to R.: P. Mahoney, B. Maibauer
R. Makie, M. Mann, B. Marchio, D
Martin, J. Martin, B. Mason
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sell, P. Ryan, R. Ryke, J. Sampson, D.
Schlueter, W. Schmidt
L. to R.: J. Schmieding, J. Schutter, D.
Scouten, J. Seastrom, J. Seelman, R.
Seibel, R. Seifers, M. Seites
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ard, J. Sheringer, K. Sherwood, D. Q '
Shockey, J. Sibson, J. Sietsema
L. to R.: T. Siratko, J. Sischo, L. Sol-
man, B. Smith, E. Smilh, J. Smith, R.
Smith, B. Spellman
er, B. Stephenson, M. Strickler
Strong K. Strzelecxi L. Sturgis
L. to R.: N. Squire, N. Stadt, M. Stein- V :V
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L. to R.: J. Suzor, M. Swanson, B.
Swift, J. Thies, L. Thompson, S. Thomp-
son, G. Thurman, J. Timmer
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L. to R.: K. Abbott, R. Alfred, L. Arm-
strong, C. Arnson, D. Ashburn, M.
Bailey, N. Beuucamp, S. Beck
L. to R.: J. Beede, N. Bench, A. Ber-
nardini, J. Booker. N. Branch, M.
Brott, M. Brown, S. Brown
L. to R.: M. Buit, E. unnell, T. Cantu,
M. Carr, J. Christensen, N. Christy,
A. Cowles, A. Cramer
L. to R.: S. Cross, J. David, M. David,
E. DeYoung, C. Dobb, J. Dobb, D.
Drent, L. Dykema 4
L. to R.: D. Egner, M. Elzinga, S. Fog- ,, . VE
el, T. Fuller, M. Gadel, M. Garvey, 'P
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lon, A. Haverkute, M. Hildreth, M. ' 'if , ,
Hittle, S. HodgeS, C. Hoover I "" H' ' t gi f X
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f' -"LEW . L ' Hughes, D. lsrael, S. Jedrezak, B.
VV N",. V jf V ' W ' Johnson, B. Johnson, K. Johnson
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ll A 1 Kortman, P. Krogman
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V i 'V' 5 V V.Q,f'f,. -i son, S. Leaf, R. Lorenz, M. Mars, J.
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V, ' F. 253 H , W' Ramsey, K. Rasmussen, E. Rebedew,
-V X ' VV Q 1 W. Ritter, E. Rork, S. Sandberg
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derWier, B. Veidman, D. Walters, S.
Wells, A. Wheeler, B. White
I.. to R.: N. Witte, H. Wright, J. Zeller
rom early September until the middle of June, students
at Muskegon High School are a busy group. Trips with the
band, out-of-town football games, after-game dances, teas,
exchange assemblies, school farm proiects, doing for others,
welcoming foreign exchange students and teachers, noon
movies, Student Council government, dramatics, the prom, and
senior activities are some of the events that give color and
life to our school and give boys and girls opportunities to
work and play together, training for community life.
The marching ban
They lead the band in parade. L. to R.: Kay Fernley
Dawn Andrews, ond Janice Hazekump.
The Band Plays 0n.
d forms a solute fo
Muskegon Hiah M--. .
Student fans relax after a
Big Red victory.
These peppy girls lead the cheering for
the Big Reds. L. to R.: Doris McNilt,
Marianne Kulicamp, Maxine Janusiewicz,
V Shirley Sikkenga, Anita Caris, MUTYIO
, I Leycnnu, and Mary Jo Apple,
Students Exhibit Grace
Football Rouses Rallies.
Representing an opposing
ieam, John Rieben gels up-
ended by would-be Big Red,
Bill Flemen, in c pep as-
All aboard! Students clamor on to
the special excursion train bound
for Benton Harbor.
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Students display national awards in vo-
cational proiects. L. to R.: Neil Salisbury,
Roger Thomson, Phyllis Hurrell, Joanne
Stratil, Evonne Wiltenburg, and Robert
Hart. Standing behind them are their
instructors. L. to R.: Edward Huttenga,
2 vocational director: Adrian Archambault,
George Matthews: George Manning, Sen-
ior High Principalp Robert Leitch, Walter
Ladd, and Henry Bolt.
"Are you sure he's doing all right?" a mother asks
Mrs. Goldie Mayrose at the sophomore mothers' tea
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Mrs. Mildred Cowen, school nurse, checks student
health. Standing, L. to R.: Janice Bendus, Delores
Boukamp, Darlene Rocker, and Don Storck. Seated,
L. to R.: Mrs. Cowen and Joyce Booker.
. - 1 N-c TH 2
llse Hiltcher and E
tell amusing stories of their home-
land, Austria, as they locate Vien-
na on the map.
Karin Ericksen dream
s of skiing in Norwa
Something in American history amuses El
eleen Pelger of The Hague.
ents learn our ways
I li s of every type. L. to R.: Bill Zimmerma , g H
The bookstore is always selling schoo supp e
D hlst dt, Mr. Paulson, Arlene Rahrig, and Bill May.
Ardys a e
n Ro er Knopoiwr
Our bookstore does a "billion dollar" business
Burwell Sayles listens for t
"buzz" in a hearing test wh
Marcella Janusiewicz, Kathle
Nederveldt, and Grace Smith w
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The campus takes an a peaceful aspect.
Coach Potter hands fullback Dick Fett his coveted "M"
football letter in an award assembly.
Football awards close season, basketball begins
Expressions of the fans show better than a scoreboard
that the Muskles are taking another basketball game.
Carolers from A Cappella and a
brightly lighted tree add to the
festivity of Christmas. L. to R.:
Marylou Howell, Ardys Dahlstedt,
Joyce Peterson, Barbara Carlson,
Phyllis Rode, and Nancy Klang.
Row 2: David Mayrose, Gordon
Layman, Paul Ivanick, Charles
Cramblet, Ken Johnson, and Bill
Music and drama take the Christmas spotlight.
The nativity scene from "The Song of
Christmas" is presented by the A
lla choir and the dramatics
class. L. to R.: Jack Ogren, Ed Coop-
er, Pat Steiner, Pat Robinson, Florence
Hepler, and Pat Clark.
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Mrs. Goldie Mayrose signs
excuses in sludy hall. L. Io
R.: Karen Rassmussen, Mar-
va Carr, Darlene Kiel, Lois
Brace, Carolyn Jager, and
A change from study routine is Dudes' Day.
Everyone sports his "Sun-
day best" on Dudes' Day!
L. fo R.: Rulh Schulfer, Hel-
en Koscinski, Floyd Clanton,
Marylou Howell, and Dawn
H h I k hold?
lockers and cafeteria are both crowded.
Time out to sa is f ose hunger pains!
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February s graduating semors are feted by the rumor class at the mid-winter prom, "The Blue Velvet Ball."
Anxious sophomores become festive seniors.
Mrs. Kyes, counselor, helps sophomores
plan their high school courses of study.
L. to R.: Jim Kemmerling, Pat Mahoney,
and Mrs. Kyes.
asket knows fh
Only the wasfeb
secrets of Barbara Morrall an
e seems in such a
library fines and guests make life interesting.
How can anyone smile when paying
a library fine? L. to R.: Anita Caris,
Dennis Suchecki, Shirley Sikkenga,
Ron McDonald, and Miss Webster,
Moy not look like cz hcl rod: but il rides like one.
Big wheels roll in these.
How some of the "Big Wheels" gel around.
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Jerry Eaton and Carolyn Mooers are
awarded prizes for best Sadie Hawkins
costumes by Sam Woodward and Shir-
Fancy This Yeur's Fads.
Some of this year's fads 'n fancies, belts
Signing out with hall monitor, Janet bucks, medallions, and scarfs, are modeler
Logan, are Dave Cashbaugh, Jack by, L. to R.: Carol Sanford, Barbara Makem
Larson, and Sally Parker. son, Pat Katz, and Nancy Kendall.
A lot of fun . . . a lot of work.
Nancy Sells "squares" herself with
Father, Dave Stipe, while Gwen Rich-
ards, Mother, worries in a rehearsal
scene from Meet Me In St. Louis, senior
Cleo Ballas and Anita Caris put finishing touch-
es to .lack Hathaway's make-u
p in Meet Me In
Proud possessors of high school
diplomas, these graduates will
soon say farewell to Muskegon
High School. L. to R.: Delores
Swift, Duncan Poland, Nancy
Klang, Dick Hodson, Nancy Fa-
gan, and Randy Kramer.
Seniors reminisce with classmates
as they await the commencement
We will miss you, Senior High
' A D VER TIS E RS
ndustry and business ioin hands with the schools, churches
ancl homes to build a better community. Muskegon is espec-
ially fortunate in this respect.
INDEX T0 ADVERTISERS
American Coil Spring Co. ..... .
American Grease Stick Co. ..,... .
American Store Equipment .......
Anderson Pattern .........,,.....,....
Arbor Floral Co. ,......................... ..... .
Balbirnie-Apostle Funeral Home ..... ,.....
Baxter's Cleaners and Launderers
Boaz Boot Shop ..............,.,.....,... ......
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. .... .,... .
Buel's Boot Shop ......
Camera Shop, The ..,.,.....,.,......
Campbell, Wyant and Cannon .... ......
Central Hardware ...................
C. Felt ..,................,.........,,........... ...,..
Chaddock, Winter and Alberts .......
Chadwick Drive-in ..,.........,,,....... ,..c..
Commercial Press ......
Cole Bakeries ..........
Columbia ,Studios ,...............,.
Consumers' Power Company ......
Continental Motors Corporation ..,.. ..,...
Daguerre Studios ......,.......,......
Dana Printing .......
Drelles .....,.. ,..... . ..
Earle Press ....,.................
Enterprise Brass Works ....
Factory Supply Co. .... .
Federal Savings ......
Francis Jiroch Co. ............,.... .
Garnaat Floral Shop .........,,....,.
Hackley-Union National Bank .... ......
Harding, Lee .................,,........
Harold's Men's Wear ......
Hasper's ....,...,.....,...... ,
Hathaway Motor ....
Hunter, Alfred J. ,.... .
John Wood Co. ..... .
Jones Electric Co.
Lakey Foundry and Machine Co. .,.... ..... .
Long, George A. ....................... .
Manning, Maxwell and Moore ...,... ...,..
Marsh, C. W. .,,....................... ,
Matson Oldsmobile ....,
Michigan Bakeries ........,.............
Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. ..... ..... .
Michigan Associated Telephone ....,
Mills' lce Cream ..,,.. ,,
Muskegon Agency ...,............
Muskegon Savings Bank ...........
Muskegon School of Business ....,.
Muskegon Tool and Die Co. .... .
Muskegon Trust Company ........,
National Lumberman's Bank .....
Office Supplies ............,,..................., ....,.
Office Machine Sales and Service
Parmelee s .....,.............,.........,..,.... ..,,,,
Patterson Press .............
Peerless Plating Works ....
Pine Street Furniture Co. ..., .
Pringle, Merrill A. ..,........ .
Pyle Pattern Mfg. Co.
Quality Cleaners .........
Quality Service Stores ....
Radium Studio ...,.........
Richman Clothes ......
Sanitary Dairy ......,...
Sealed Power ..........
Snowhite Baking Co.
Square Clothing ........
Steel Fabricating Co.
Ted's Pants Shop ......
Walters' Pharmacy ..,.
Weber Lumber Co.
West Shore Printers .....
AMERICAN ' AMERICAN
I Store liixgpment
CLASS OF 1952
And BEST WISHES
JOHN WUUD GUMPANY
BENNETI PUMP DIVISIUN
C. FELT 81 CG. i
P . Ph 5 DAIRY COMPANY
Oftfalt OFOS ,
W 7fze gal'
Day Light is Nature's Light
Best for I NJ
Weddings, Family Groups A
Confirmations, etc. I
C. Felt and See Yo lf
1205 Third sf. '
THE i Peerless
"The Master Printers" i
2554 Getty St.
1981 Sanford Ph. 2-2575 Phone 3-8470
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In a short span of time many of you will
have established homes of your own. You
can add NEW LIFE to your HOME LIFE
with beautiful homefurnishings from our
large modern store where all the leading
nationally advertised lines of furniture are
displayed. Our experienced personnel are
always happy to assist you in making the
BROADWAY AT FIFTH Acnoss FROM Norzee
and Baz' WMM
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The PHHBPSUH PPHSS sim FABRIGATING cn.
2232 S. Bettg Street Telellflm 7-5535
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Alfred 1. Hunter 8: Co.
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MJ 'This dependable Agency
gait dependable Insurance."
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QW af 795-2 Winter
West Shore Printers 306 Hackley Bank B1 dg
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D A N I E L S
Este-rbrook Pen of X952
Zipper Ring Bgoks Ted's Pants Shop
All School Supplies
pants - sweaters -jackets
212 W. Western Ave.
of lewelers, Opticians
227 Western Ave.
Factory Set Cash Prices on
Credit at no extra cost
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Congratulations and Success
to the Graduating Class
Don't let money
Work for It
W111 Work for you
For Fmer G1fts Select From
Quallty jc elry Smce 1887
329 W. WESTERN AVENUE
by Ph g hy
Mills Ice Cream
MUSKEGCN - P ' P
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20I W. Western
SALES and SERVICE
AppIe and Wood Phone 24-5463 I
"KNOWN FOR OUR SERVICE"
MusIcegon's only Authorized RoyaI
Royal Standard Royal Portabl
Terrace 61 Catawba
Phones 2-2787 2-6903
Manning, Maxwell, and Moore, Inc.
Shaw-Box Crane and Hoist Division
Muskegon ........ Michigan
Muskegon School of Business
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Sing and Shave
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.' Anytime if you have an
Automatic Gas Water Heater
To Keep the Water I-lot All the Time
See Your Plumber or Dealer
PIICHIcs.xN l'UNSUl,llJ.Xl'I-IU his limluycs
M, 141 I -1 M - 1 l 1
Congratulations to the Class of 1952
PAUL I. SCHLOSSMAN CO.
Qualitg Shoes for All the Pamilg
Florsheim, Rhythm Step of
Vitality, Red House E E
Boot Shcp OLDSMOBILE
333 W. Western Ave. Tel. 2-3232
Shaw-Walker Sells Its
" '7iwe-5f19iwMeJ" Products
l MEZZ? Nationwide
SHAWWALICER 16 Branches 400 Dealers
Best Known Trademark in Office Equipment
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Grease Stick En.
Yes, you will always
find Reddy Kilowatt
your electric servant
at the -
Head of the Line
to wish all the ....
graduates every suc-
cess in the world.
Consumers Power Co.
Wood and Metal
I I-latte o H Foundry Patterns
N skegon I C .
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Thlrd at Memll
GREATER MUSKEGON'S MOST POPULAR
OUTDOOR JACKET FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
K Opposite Court H J
SPORTSCASTEIQ , M MW
Elm of f95.,2
25 gears oi
of Dependable Service
Lakos Cafe "Where fue food is served" '
llur Flowers Are I-llwags
428 W. Western
1222 Peek Street Muskegon, Michigan
Banking That's Building Greater Muskegon
Complete Bank and Trust Service
GREATER MUSKEGON'S LARGEST BANK
THE HACKLEY UNION
Muskegon Muskegon Heights
Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
EARLE PRESS INC.
915 PINE ST.
Francis Jiroch Co
248 Market Street
Wbolesak Candy, Cigars, etc.
Your Savings Accounb Invited
Muskegon Federal Savings
G- Loan Association
"Black Front Building" on First Street
to the June
GECRGE A. LONG
"Your Typewriter Man"
Headquarters for School Supplies
"Health and Dietetic Foods"
1386 Peck St. Phone Z-3448 West C1aY Ave' l
Why Not Start Your Savings Account
At This Bank and Save Regularly.
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luudkeqoni 04541 Bank
ONES ELECTRIC e,,,,,,,g,,,,,,f4
ELECTRIC WIRING w K N K
"""'. FURNITURE CU.
Serving Muskagon's Best Homes Sinca 1900
ACROSS FROM OCCIDENTAL HOTEL
CJ, Hwaafn fad
Muskegon High School to the
Seniors Class of '52
Graduating Class of 1952
Drive In MENS WEAR
Broadway and Getty
854 jefferson at Clay
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Rexall Drug Store af 7952
Evergthing for the home
GQ, and office desk
i Uffice Supplies Inc
1394 Peck St. Muskegon Mich Terrace
SNOW!-IITE BAKIN6 CO.
F1OI'51 DGSKJTIS suv CAREFULLY
Got Your Auto and Other lnsuronc
AGENCY , INC.
993 Terrace St. Phono 2-2874
1378 mek sum Te1.Z-3391 OPM" cw" """"
I-EANERS CLEANING PLANT
X,f, .,,,,, L Q , , , C . . ' - W K L Y
Opposite Central Campus
Ray Wierda ,
l505-8 Sanford Phone 2-3l09
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WEBER LUMBER CU. The Camera Shop
455 UTTAWA STREET PHUNE 2-5515 50 E- Bmdwav MUSWUH me
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Complete Life, Accident, I--lealth,
I-lospltallzatlon lnsurance Service
FOR EVERY MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY
Merrill A Pringle
WAS!-IINGTGN NATl0NAL INSURANCE C0
202 Muskegon Building Teleplmone 2-5797
Swat? Mmm Mzduyw
14.4.-4 one an ffm mamma
Jud 70 Qmcfaallef
Greater Muskegon is proud of you! Sealed Power is proud of
you! As a graduate of our Greater Muskegon High Schools,
you are eminently well qualified to step out, to college or to a
job, and give us all cause for further pride.
Since 1911, Sealed Power has been one of Greater Muskegon's
largest employers. It has been our policy always to give pre-
ference to young people who have been educated in Greater
Muskegon. It has been our pleasure to see many of them ad-
vance to top positions here. Never, in all time, has there
been greater opportunity for high school graduates than now.
Because of our faith in you, and in the Greater Muskegon
schools you attended, we know you will make the most of that
of The Careful Workers
MUSKEGON TOOL B
DIE COMPANY LAUNIEERERS
392 Irwin Avenue Muskegon, unch
PI-ION E 27-422
SHOP II TERMINAL ARCADE BUILDING MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN
Sav - Mor
3 Convenient Locations
260 Mason Ave.
I37 E. Laketon A
788 W. Laketo A .
Ellamarie Willingham and Pat Robinson w
i - - - Tula Slafhis, high poini scorer tally her sfri
Lakey Foundry and
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xwell and Maxine Jcmusiewicz have fun on
h B on Harbor Speclcl.
Re esh. K . add zest
to the hour?
somen unoen Aumomv OF me cocA-com COMPANY av
Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Muskegon
24 hour Ambulance Service
MW Succwrf Wm
All success and happiness in
Your utwre undertakmgs
X II PERFECT BREAD
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FULLY ENRICHED WITH FOOD VITAMINS AND MINERALS
of the big leap year activities was the Sa
ins Day Dance, where the women chased the
and usually caught them.
214 W. Western
In The Heights
1227 Peck Street
0. W. liffauh
ls a Good Time
To See Us
WE CAN HELP YOU
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F. T. A.
G. A. A. ..... .
Latin Club .......
WHAT THERE IS T0 D0
One Act Play .......
Press Club .......
Pro Musica .....
Retail Office .,,...
Said and Done
Spanish Club ....
Speech Guild ....
SENIOR INDEX -- WHAT WE
Penny Adams .................,...... ....... 3 1,
Paul Adkins ...........
Louise Anderson .....
Harold Arnold ....
Nancy Anderson .....
Florence Asp .........
William Balcom .....
Roger Balkema ....
Cleo Ballas .,.....
Jerry Banninga ....
Mary Barnes ........
Barbara Barrett .....
Marita Barrin.ger .....
Carolyn Bartscht .....
Eleanor Becker ....
Diane Beebe ..,.....
Bethel Berggren .....
Walter Beyer .........
Patricia Boertma n
David Boes ..........
64, 70, 71
Ruth Boettcher ,....,, .......,..
Sue Bonney ......
Ray Boomer .,.,..
Dave Bos .,..... ..
Roland Bosma .....
Mary Louise Bright
Merle Bright .......... .
Marilyn Brink .A,....
Richard Brown ...,.
Thor Brufladt . .... .
Virginia Buckner .,,,..
Beverly Budd ....
Robert Burgess .....
Danny Burr ............,.
32, 70, 71, 75, 7
31, 57, 60
31, 58, 82
31, 98, 69
71, 72, 75
66, 68, 64
31, 66, 74
32, 62, 67
7, 98, 100
32, 65, 72
32, 73, 80
32, 66, 74
.. ....... 32
32, 72, 77
Orrin Henry Bush ....... ..,....
Patricia Nell Bush
33, 64, 72
Madison Burdette ......
Ray Caesar ..........
Ellen. Cahill .....
Ardeth Carey ......
Anita Caris .....,.....
Barbara Carlson ..... ................
Lewis Carlson .,....
Donna Castonia .....
Gayle Cattley ......
Gus Chonis ,,,.,.....
Charles Clanton, .lr
Barbara Clark .......
Patricia Clark .....A
Jeneane Collier .....
Mary Colvard ......
Sandra Cook ......
Virginia Cook ......
Peggy Coon ...,....
Claire Copleman ......
Dan n Corona ......,
Robert Cottrell ....
Jerry Cox .......,...,...
Charles Cramblet ......
Glen Cryderman. ........
Eugene Cuthrell, Jr
Donna Dahl ..,..,.....
Alex Danigelis ....
Lois Ann Decker .....
Berkley Dennis .....,.
Marlene DeVette ......
Marlene Deyo ....
Roger DeYoung .....
Robert Dion .....
Robert Dolsen ......
Chester Doom ,,....
Bonnie Drent .,,...
Doreen Dress ......
Ardis Duiser .....
Karin Eriksen ......
Don Evans ....
Ann Ewalt ..........
Nancy Fagan ......
Robert Fairfield ,....
.....,.,....33, 62, 94
33, 57, 66, 68, 74
8, 61, 69, 82,119
....33, 60, 64, 117
..........33, 71, 75
......33, 70, 81, 98
33, 69, 71, 75, 94
.......33, 86, 88, 92
.......33, 66, 74
33, 53, 60, 61, 82
.......35, 69, 72, 77
.......35, 56, 62
35, 56, 66, 74, 98
Margaret Fesko ....
Dick Fett .............
Paul Flickema .,,..
Robert Fongers ......
Pat Frederickson ....
Joyce Frizzell .....
Julia Frizzell ..........
Marilyn Gillhespy ..
Arlene Gosselin ....
Rita Gould ......
Doug Green ....
Larry Grenell ........
Barbara Hacky ......
Bruce Hall ........,...,.
Kenneth Hall ........
Dick Harpster .......,
Marilyn, Haughey ,.
Frances Helling ...,
Bill Henry ..............
Florence Hepler ....
Vada Hickman ....,.
William Hicks ,,...
Bob J. Hill ......
Bob K. Hill ......
Ruthann Hill ....
Richard Hodson ..,.
Elaine Hofman ,...,.
Barbara Hovey .....,
Marylou Howell ....
Elaine Huber .......,..
Mary Ann Hunter ..
Phyllis Hurrell ........
Gwen. Huttinga ...,..
Paul lvanick ....
Bob Jacobs ....
Marcia Jensen ......
37, 57, 64, 70
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Janice Jirschele .......... ......,........... ...,,, ,,.,.
Kenneth Johnson ..
Mary L. Johnson ..,. 37, 57,
Anthony Karis ,..,.
Patricia Katz ...,.., .....,.. 3 7, 58
Robert Kendall ...... ,.,.,,,, 3 7
Shirley Kennedy ....... ,,.c,,
Mary Jane Kent .......
Daniel King ..,,,,,,.,
Donald King ...,... ,,,,.,
Nancy Klang ..... .,,...
Roger Knop ,,.,... ,,,,,,,,,
Marianne Kolbe ,,..... ..,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 8
Helen Koscinski .... 38, 58, 59, 60
Randall Kramer ..,. .,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,
Donald Kroes ..... ,,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,.
Paul Ladas ,..... ,,..,,,, 3 8, 56, 57
Ruth Ladd .........,. ,.,,.,,,,,,,,.,.. 3 8
Gordon Laman ....,..,, ,,,,,,,, 3 8, 65, 67
Jacqualine LaPointe ......,
Frances La Porta ,....,.
Claire Leach ...,......
Frederick Linstrom .,,..
Nick Lirones .,,....
Don Logan .......,....
Patricia Longcore .....
Robert Lowry ...,,...
David McCormick .....
Robert McNiff .,..,.,..,.,
Franklin Maki ,,,,.,.,,,,,,,
Sharlene Mars .,,,,,,,,.,,
Elaine Riegler lMrs.l
Grace Matteo ............,,
David Mayrose .,...,...
Jacqueline Mazade ......
Bob Mezeske ........
Norma Miller .....
Robert Mixer ,.,....
Dave Morrall .....
Earl Morrall .......,..
Barbara Morrall ...,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,-,,,,,,,,
Eugene Morris ......
Betty Morse ...,
Jane Morton .......
Erika Mueller ....,
Joan Nash ......
40, 56, 57, 68
Shirley Nedervelt ..,...
Dawn Neibarger .....
Doris Nelson ..
Sally Nelson .....
Beverly Nichols ......,
Beatrice Noble .,...,.
Bernard O'Connell .......
Sterling Olsen .......
Joyce O'Neill ......
Alan Ortquist ......
Frank Osborn ......
Carol Parkhill .,....
Conrad Parrish ....
Patsy Passage ....
Shirley Pear .,,........
Karleen Peterson ,s..,,
Joyce Peterson ........,............
Frances Piatte Mavis
Gerane Piirinen .,...........,..
Duncan Ploand ,....,.
Robert Pugh ..,,....
Marilyn Quick ..........
Floyd Rademacher .......
Donald Rademaker ,...
Arlene Rahrig ..,...s..
Roger Rakosky ....
Joan Randall ..,,..,,.
William Reinhold ......
Robert Reinhold ...,.......
Delphine Reterstoff ....,.,
Gloria Reynolds ,.,,.
Jeanne Rhodes .,........ ,..,.
John Rieben ..,......V.
Lester Riegler .,....,,,
Constance Riekels ....,.
Patricia Robinson ....,.
Phyllis Rode .
Joyce Rose .....
Kathlene Ryan ....
42, 56, 57,
David Sample ......
Robert Scharf ......
Colleen Schaner ...,
Donna Schlueter .,..
Sally Schmidt ........
Dobby Schrieber ....
Janet Schuiteman ..
Gerald Schuur ......
Donald Scofield .....
Robert Segelstrom ..
Joan Seastrom ....
Peggy Seivers ........
Nancy Sells ...........,
Ruth Shepard ........
Marie Shirey ......
Evonne Showers .,..
William Sievers ....
Kenneth Sikkenga ,.
Shirley Sikkenga ....
Judith Sims ,.........
Virginia Slocum ......
Delores Smith .,,...
Judith Smith .,...
Peggy Smith ,....
Philip smith .....
Richard Smith ......
Wayne Smith ......
John Sobotta ......
Deloris Spade ..,...
Millicent Spier ,,..
Eloda Springer ....
Gerald Stephens .,
David Stipe .....,....
Laveryle Strong ....
Beniamin Straud ...,
Glenn Sturgis ,.....
Glenna Sturgis ....
B. Joyce Swanson .,
Delores Swift ,4,,..,.
Barbara Swords ..,.
Janet Szendre .,s...
Bob Tannus ....
Edna Terrell ..,,,.....
Norma Thompson .,
42, 56, 57, 61, 70,
57, 60, 61, 64, 70,
43, 57, 58, 60, 61,
........44, 56, 57,
.....,..44, 69, 72,
56, 60, 61, 70, 81
........44, 57, 66, 68, 74
Joyce Thornberg ......
Donna Tiffany ..,..
Marie Tolish ......,..
Joy Topel ............,.....,
Clifford Vanderstelt ...,.,
Joel VanderWall ....
Gladys VerHuIst ......
Ronald Versalle ...,..
Ted Vredeveld .,....
Joan Walton .,......
Barbara Warner .....,
Bruce Weflen ,.......
Joyce Welch .......
Marion Welsh ......
Richard Wenk .....
Larry White ...,
Wayne White ...,...
Maxine Wilesack ....
Robert Willea .....
Bruce Williams .,..,....,,,,, ..,,,,.,,, 4 6,
Ella Marie Willingham .,,,, ,,.,,, 4 6, 58,
Jack Wilson .,,,,.,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
Robert Wilson ........
Yvonne Wiltenburg .....
Carol Winter ........
Delores Wood ........
Kenneth Woodard .....
Dolores Wright .....
Mary Yarranton ....
Marilyn Zielinski ......
William Zimmerman ...,..
Maureen Anderson .,.,........,,,,,
Lois Aris ,.....,,....,,,,
Dean Bailey .......
Wayne Baker ,.....,.
Elizabeth Beebe ......
Thomas Benton ......
Mary Bernardini .
Suzanne Bont ..,..
Jackie Brown .,,..
47, 56, 67
Ted Buit ..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,
Mariorie Bunnell ...... .,,,, , ,
Shirley Burmeister ..., ,,,,
Burr, Doris .....,.....,
David Cash baugh ,,...
Bernard Conroy ....
Beverly Dagen .,....
Keith DeForest .,....
Richard Dell .....,,
Audrey DeLong .,,...
Betty Dobb ...,..
David Dornbos ......
Joan Dykstra ..
Roger Fitch ...,........ ,,,,,, 4 8, 66,
Charles Fordham ...,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,
Ed Fris ...,.....,,,,,,,.,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Jean. Fry ,..,,,. ,,,,,, 4 8, 64
John Fultz ........
Wayne Gale .......
Bernard Harrell ....... ....
Mary Ann Harrigan
Janice Hazekamp .,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,
Norman Hlne ,.,...,,,, ,,,,,, 4 8, 56,
Jerry Homes ............... ,,,,,,,
Clark Hoolihan ,,..,,,,,,, -,,,,,,
Fred Huiser .,,...
Anita Inman .......
Shirley Johnson ..,.
Jerry Joneson ...,.
Al Juergens .
Ruth Kleyn ,.....
Ardis Klinger .....,,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Peggy Knapp .-..... ..
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