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

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DOROTHY ANDREWS Hope College, A.B. ROBERT WILUAM RITCHESKE University of Michigan, B.S. - Coach - basketball, Muskegon Community College KENNETH ROLFE Western Michigan, University of Michigan, A,M. - Student Council V. STANLEY ROLFE University of Michigan, A.M.-128 f't2X2YitY" I Une Zewdfdezed mind . , , In this mechanized age a knowledge of .arithmetic are offered, and for those who mathematics is of vital importance. For those desire more advanced courses in math, there of us who wish to balance our budgets and are classes in algebra, geometry, and trigon- pay income taxes, short cuts in business ometry. Mr. Slanley Rolfe gives assistance in Math. 1' J 4 E. G. APPEL Central State, B.S. - Faculty Manager of Athletics G. WALTER LADD Western Michigan College, University of California ANN MOLZEN Milwaukee State Teachers, Northwestern University, A.B, M A. MARIAN COLE HELVIE -3 University of lllirtois, B S. - Spanish Club EDITH M. MERRITT Albion College, Northwestern University, A.B,, M.A. - Junior Classical league NORMA PARRISH Western Michigan College of Education, A.B. - French Club In this "One W0i'lil" we become liettei' ae- quaintecl with other nationalities tln'i,u1g'li the study uf their languages anil cultures. The functional zippmach is emphasized in teaching Latin, French, and Spanish. We gain callfwze in ,415 cmd Zcwgvmgea . . , Those of us who have artistic talents may clevelrip them under skillful instructors in art metal, painting. sculpturing, and archi- tectural design. Mr. Ladd watches Emogene Sabin and Louie Martinez fuse Spanish translation keeps Norm Beaucamp busy. plastics in art metal class. ,.. fn 4 K-, :gn ,...4-lf' ii We mazda can 7aZenL'4 da Me DONALD W. MOONEY Iowa State College, B.A. ARTHUR E. PEARSON Summer School Work - University of Michigan, Smith-Hughes Vocational OREN W. RODEWALD Stout Institute, University of Iowa B.S., M.A. R. B. SHEATHELM Western State, A.B. Emfte... Many of us like to work with our hands. We have a wonderful opportunity, for our manual courses are varied. We learn useful trades and skills. Popular courses are elec- tricity, Woodworking, machine tooling, foun- dry, auto mechanics, and printing. We have excellent tools and equipment with which to work. Every year we display our handiwork in exhibits, with many students winning awards. Dick Mulder and AI Jergans practice casting in foundry class. DONALD A. BERGH Michigan State College, B.S,, M.S. HENRY V. BOLT Western Michigan, A.B. FREDERICK R, BRAIL Central Michigan College, Ohio State University, B.S., M,A. - Muskegon Teachers Club, President ORVlLlE C. HAAN Western Michigan College, B.S. Wanna! 74154 me ?7a,aa6m Bruce Williams works on the lathe as Jim Griniust rebuilds a radio. ...ei-0 W 1 t Q X . X , X 1 i 'A.,,., A , 99 N I illllz MRS. COLLIER Central Michigan College of Education, B.S. r", ,, 1-""' MARIE s. LAnsoN G' Central Michigan College of ,uf Education, B.S. EMILY HERKIMER Teachers College Columbia, M.A, AGNES L. MCINTYRE ,....f- -nr" Michigan State College, B.S. - Junior and Senior High F,H.A. THEO PACK Battle Creek College, Columbia University, B.S., M.A. DOROTHY PETRIE xx. Central Michigan College, B,S, ,uf ,, moms RADDE SJ Western Michigan College, B.S. MRS. MILDRED E. COWAN Hackley Hospital, R.N,, University of Michigan, B.S. - School Nurse To sew a fine seam, to bake a cherry pie, and to decorate a home are some of the tech- niques We learn in home economics. Of course, other valuable information is gained too, es- pecially in our course on personal health taught by our school nurse. We get Qfamemczkdng and Weczitd Fhdmfefza , . , Foods classes have become popular with boys as well as girls, many of them becoming excellent "chefs" Girls in the Home Economics department learn to make their own clothes. HARRIET M. REID '1"' S., Sfafe Teachers College, B E. - G A A. A M A ADELAIDE SEASTROM 'V' univefgziy of Minnesota, B S, - 0 A A .ir THOMAS G. MC SHANNOCK ng.-W Michigan Stale College, B S., M A. HARRY E. POTTER Western Michigan Colleqe, B S - IZA Class Adviser 77 Wim! Zdacaldaa Deaeiapa a-afwldaczldaa , , , The Physical lllducatiou Department helps us to develop co-ordinatioii of muscles. eyes. and mind. Both the boys and girls actively participate in athletics. For the girls there is volleyball. basketball, deck tennis. indoor track, baseball, and posture iI'IT1J1'OVlll2.1'.H8- sides their daily routine of calesthenies, the boys participate in football. basketball, track, tennis. and baseball. Physical education gives girls cr "well-balanced" education. i We cindy 'fmde ae mei! cw ,-fmafemdc awea . . , i I K XELJNQ' A' ' U N 1 tt df' Vx 3' KX N Joe Masar and Mrs. Mclyrose check Ruthella Kuypers and Carol Seastrcm in a geography assignment. N i 102 ! Q Jim Kelly and AI Hoekenga work at cutting machines rn pattern making, Roger King, Lee King, and Joe Muscr concentrate in woodworking W W i i N N t W ERI, 1 TOP: Mrs. Ritter, Mrs. Pascavis BOTTOM: Mrs. Bowman TOP: William Hekkema, Brian "Red" Dunlap. BOTTOM: Frank Brading, Andrew Anderson. Wfadafc and daaladdcma Qeqe can celexa! in fit'-7 aanafdzfricm . , . gf' ,i""" -X, f f 2 "UNA STANDING: Rachel Holcomb, Delia Denhof and seated: Jen- nie Swanson and Johanna Ham- stra who prepare well-balanced diets for our school cafeteria. 3 YS. Q " Q -Q? ". :ffm ,. ,it 7' E:-15+ ' V ee x ,asc .wgx xxa- .ag" X .gi iw 5 . 'S is ': , , gh 7.. WL. , l' :EJ! "" N' my ' mf Q . E-1Z Y 1 g igjlxk :'.'P5,Z!1'.. if 4 '- ..-N, ' Q a.Q15i??5":2 0 ., YW fx xxx.. i, N 5" ,,-W wi us. -Q.. ..,. -, ,L-. os, Q 1 1 gf 1 1-.V mi was 9 v eadaw dee mcmq 7naaaaL'6aae . "Whats new ?" People ask you that every day. "Nothin' much" you always say. But take a look. There is quite a list of innovations which we seniors have wit- nessed in our three years of high school. Who ever heard of a "driver training course" before three years ago? It is commonly accepted now, and many sign up for it each semester. We used the first fluorescent lighting at MHS--we saw the first tennis team coached by the popular Bill Bos. Our band gained national recognition and startled the football spectators last fall with their snappy new uniforms - the first in ten years. When we were in tenth grade, the radio department received a big boost -for at that time it was decided that MHS would have complete charge of WKBZ-FM. Miss Peggy Powers start- ed our first debate class this year in September. MHS got a "New Look" in 1951 with the pastel colors in our classrooms. I. D. cards were introduced last year, and we recently established a recreation center with weekly dances at Vanderlaan School. We welcomed the first European exchange students to Muskegon and also contributed to the first rural school supported by our Student Council. We seniors are proud to have been a part of this progress-proud to have all these "firsts" connected with the class of '53, We can rest assured that this progress will continue at even greater speed, for we have just seen the beginning of a building program which will mean a new era in the his- tory of Muskegon schools. Q..- .Q-v"""' ue, ,wif opportunify.. As time passes, many old customs and procedures must give Way to new ideas and practices. Modern theories must be accepted. old ones discarded. The purpose of education is to equip young people to make a place for themselves in today's progressive community. Since many students will have to compete on an adult plane immediately after they graduate, they must be given a chalice to do work acceptable on an adult plane before graduation. 7 f f"5"L:r , , ." M 3 4, if r ' . -f -fee f J XS' f ' . A I x 4 :Q . ll v--v , ,sl 5 e f' 'Q .f , I , , .,,,'.,f:,f,:.:,g.,g.5i - 5- . ' 15312. ANDERSON, ERNEST RICHARD COLLEGE PREP.-Track I-3, Hi-Y 3, Said and Done Staff 3, ANDERSON, HELEN JOYCE RETAIL SALES- F.H.A. I-2. ANDERSON, LAWRENCE ROBERT, JR. TRADE AND INDUSTRY ANDERSON, PHYLLIS DARLENE COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club l, Bowling I, Booster Club I-2, Masque I-2-3, Speech Guild I-2-3lSec.l, Ludi Romani I, National Thespions 2-3lPres.l, A Cappella l-2-3, Valley Ball I, Class Secretory 2, Radio 2-3, National Honor 3. ANDREWS, JANE ELINOR COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club I, G.A.A. I-2-3, Senior Life Saving 2, Booster Club 2, Carmenta 23, Ludi Romani l, A Cappella l-2-3. ARNOLD, KENNETH WILFORD COLLEGE PREP. ASHLEY, DONALD KENNETH, JR. COLLEGE PREP. BAADE, RICHARD GORDON GENERAL -Conservation Club I, Student Council I, Football I. BAILEY, DEAN IRWIN COLLEGE PREP.-Football 2, Speech Guild 2-3lPres.l, Debate 2-3, Hi-Y 2, A Cappella 2-3, Student Council 3, Tennis 2lManagerl, Class Vice President 2, Senior Play Cast. BAKER, BETTY LOU GENERAL-R.O.C. 2, Bowling 3. BARTRAND, ROSEMARY SDILLEGE PREP.-G.A.A. I-2, Hall Monitor I-2-3, F.T.A. II, French u . BARU, ELAINE SHEILA COLLEGE PREP. -Student Council I-2-3, Conservation Club I-2lSec.l3, F.T.A. l'2-3, Orchestra I-2, Latin Club IlSoc. Chr.l, ludi Romani I, Booster Club I-2, Said and Dane Staff 3lEditorl, Senior Play Cast, 106 ACKERMAN, MARY ALICE OFFICE TRAINING - Hi-C l. ADAMS, PATRICIA ANN COLLEGE PREP. - Basketball I, Conservation Club I, Booster Club I, Hall Monitors I-2. AFENDULIS, ALEXANDER JAMES COLLEGE PREP. - Band l-2. U AINSWORTH, KERRY HARRISON COLLEGE PREP. - Keyhole 2f3lart eclitarl, Tennis 2-3, Speech Guild 3, Press Club 2-3, Camera Club 2lTreas.l, Said and Done Staff 3, Student Council 3, Senior Play Cast. ALLORE, JEROME FREDRICK COLLEGE PREP.-Football I-2-3, Track I-2-3, Spanish Club 2, Class Vice President 2, Hi-Y 3, ANDERSON, BETTY JANE CO-OPERATIVE TRAINING 'R-WN -.-.4 l BAYNE, ROY LOUIS COLLEGE PREP. BEADLE, JANICE MARrLENE CLERICAL-Booster Club l-2, F.H.A. I, Hall Monitors 2, Said and Done Stuff 3, Hi-C 3, Library Club 3. BEAMER, GORDON F. COLLEGE PREP. - French Club 3, Hi-Y 3. BEAUVAIS, CAROLE MARIA COLLEGE PREP. - Latin Club I-2, A Cappella I-243, Camera Club 3, Keyhole 3, Press Club 2. BEERS, RUTH MARY COLLEGE PREP. -G.A.A. I-243, Masque I-2-3, Senate 2-3lparIiamen- tarianl, Conservation Club I-2, Senior Life Saving 2, National Thespians 2-3, Said and Done Staff 3, Booster Club I-2, Senior Class Sgt.-At-Arms, Senior Play Cast. BENSINGER, KENNETH WILLIAM COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club I-2, A Cappella I-2-3lPres,l, Student Council 2. 4,-4 EX X' Q I Vee '- ' Ve 5' ull-.,' ass. -s . 'Q wb K V gn Q I , . - Y f a r' '1,,... r , , 'W ' 3, . 'J 15 - .- .W '. I -G wi '51, I' ii" , , '67 .r I M. 55 . .1 ' s 2 x c , I Fix, .si nk .ye cj 4 ww I 'Q ,f BERG, ARTHUR EDWARD GENERAL BERG, EDWARD CHARLES COLLEGE PREP. -Conservation Club I, French Club 3, Press Club 3, BERGMAN, SHIRLEY DORA 3lHistorian Reoorterl, Booster Club 2, Hall Monitor 2. BERGREN, HARVEY ANTHONY COLLEGE PREP. - Football I. BISHOP, WILLIAM RAY TRADE AND INDUSTRY - Football l, Baseball I. BLODGETT, CAROLYN NORMA GENERAL BOETTCHER, MARGARET ELEANORE STENOGRAPHIC BOGUE, BETTY LOUISE COLLEGE PREP. BOLTHOUSE, ROBERT RYAN DAY TRADE - Drum Major I-2-3, BOOTH, WILLIAM RAYMOND COLLEGE PREP,-Band I-2-3, Pro Musica l-2-3lPres.l, Campus Keye hole I-2, Press Club I-2lPres.l, Student Council l-2-3, Debate 3, Speech Guild 3, Class Vice President 3, National Honor Society 3, National Thespians 3. BOWEN, DONALD JOSEPH RETAIL SALES-Conservation Club l, R.O.C. 2. BOWEN, SARAH LOU GENERAL 107 COLLEGE PREP.-A Cappella l-2-3, Conservation Club l-2lTreasl- BOYD, DELORIS JEAN STENOGRAPHIC-Pro Musica I-2-3, Band I-2-3. BOZEMAN, PEGGY ANNE CLERICAL- Library Club I, Booster Club I-2, Press Club 2-3, Keyhole 3, Said and Done 3. BRAND, WILLIAM ROGER COLLEGE PREP. - Camera Club 3. BREWER, JUNE F. GENERAL-G.A.A. I, Latin Club l, Hi-C l-2-3, Library Clu BRINK, ROBERT JOHN BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING-Golf I-2-3, Hi-Y 2-3, Class Treasurer 2. BRUFLADT, HAROLD KENNETH DAY TRADE aw- Qs V. fra.. in- -f' "Q N NJ '24, W . "ffl . ' ' , ' " S' X X. x i X A 5 .. xf. BUIT, MARCIA KAY STENOGRAPHIC-Hi-C l, R.O.C. 2, Y-Teens 3. BULLION, LOYD D. DAY TRADE MACHINE SHOP BURIS, PATTI COLLEGE PREP.-Senate I-2lSec.l-3, F.H.A. I, French Club I-2-3, Booster Club I, G.A.A. 2-3, Y-Teens 2-3. BURNIEISTER, SHIRLEY ANNE GENERAL - Conservation Club 3. BURR, DORIS ARLENE GENERAL --G.A.A. l-2, Y-Teens I-2, R.O.C. 2, Bowling 3, Senior Play Cast. BURRINGTON, MARIAN JEAN GENERAL - Hi-C 3. f BUSH, BARBARA ANN COLLEGE PREP.-F.H.A. l, Hi-C 3, Book Club 3, Said and Dane Staff 3. BYRO, DONALD ERVIN COLLEGE PREP. - Conservation Club I, Hi-Y 2-3lTreas.l, Golf 2-3. CAMPBELL, PATRICIA ANN COLLEGE PREP.-Booster Club 2-3, Speech Guild 2-3lHistorianl, A Cappella 2, Radio 3, National Hanar 3, National Thespians 3,Said and Done 3. CARNEY, HOWARD JAMES GENERAL CHAMPION NANCY LOUISE COLLEGE PREP. -Conservation Club I-2lSgt.-At-Armsl-3, A Cappella I-3, French Club I, F.H.A. 3. CHRISTENSON, BETTY JULE GENERAL -Conservation Club I-2lMembership Chr.l, Hi-C l-2lPres.l- 3lSec.l, G.A.A. I-2, A Cappella I-2-3. 108 4 COOK, HERNIA CLARE COLLEGE PREP.-Spanish Club I42, Booster Club l, National Honor Society 2-3. COOPER, DOUGLAS WAYNE COLLEGE PREP. - Track 2, French Club 3. COOPER, JACQUELYN ADELE SECRETARIAL - Bond I-2-3, Pro Musica I-2-3, Orchestra 2-3, National Honor Society 2-3. COX, BARBARA IFLEMINGI COMMERCIAL - A Coonello I. CRIBBS, RUSSELL EUGENE COLLEGE PREP. - Football 2-3, CRICHFIELD, BESSIE OSABELLE COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club I, Booster Club I, Y-Teens I-2, Said and Done 3, Journalism 2, Senior Play Cast. CROSS, ELWIN ERNEST GENERAL DALRYMPLE, SERMA MAY GENERAL-Bond I42-3, Pro Musica I-2-3. DALUM, JAMES ALLEN GENERAL-Basketball I, Baseball I, Band I-2. DANIELSON, ALICE LOUISE GENERAL-Conservation Club I-3, F.H.A. I, Hall Monitor I, Hi-C 2. DAULT, SHIRLEY MAY CO-OP TRAINING - R.O.C. 2, DAVID, LELAND E. COLLEGE PREP.-Football I-2-3, Basketball I-2-3, Baseball I-2-3, Conservation Club I, Student Council 2. 109 Club 2, Tennis Club 3. CHRISTENSEN, SUSAN ALICE COLLEGE PREP. -Conservation Club I, F.H.A. I, YATeens I, Booster Club I, Masque 2'3, Carmenta 2-3lHist.J, Student Council 2, Librory CIHACZ, CARLA JEAN COLLEGE PREP. -Bond I, Hall Monitors 2, Said and Done 3, Journal- ism 2, CLOCK. JACK National Thespians 3. A COLLEGE PREP. - Muscrue I-2-3ISgt,-At-Arrnsl, Hi-Y I-2IChapluinI-3, COBURN, PATRICIA ANN course PREP. - r.N.A, 1, HIAC 1.2, nun Monitor 1.2.3, G,A A 2-3 COGAR, JEAN ANN CLERICAL C0-OP-Notionol Honor Society 3. COLLINS, THOMAS WILLIAM COLLEGE PREP. -Football IA2-3, Track I-2f3, Student Council I-2ISgt.- At-Armsl. JY. ..-- 1- A x J o Q ,. ' 1 ,Q 7' 5 It ' 9 Z .. 1 b 4 , 3 At is---v' I lm' '17 'E " ,I I ' . " Af, . Afpm to 4 1 -3' 'i12E2.,-23 A - ' . "Ez, . Q A . ' A"' ., . 'o A ' I ' A :Wil , , . .f . ,-:XS-i . ' 1-if-'H - V 'rf-of A ,ff I .1 N ' . i'- as if 3 Q ,, :gg tw 34 V.,-: ,36- ur :V+ gl x, W ., . -X .sv "E I it f O57 I "KH -'kites-VLA s , x W" ff ,r-1593 -l ' F' - Q ' - V ,Inf b. - ,nvfxb I l ' rj, Q ' as DRISCOLL, ROBERT BENJAMIN COLLEGE PREP. - Baseball I, Hi-Y 2-3, Golf 3. DYER, DORINE MAE BOOKKEEPING EATON, GERALD DEARBORN COLLEGE PREP. -Football I, Baseball I-2-3, Spanish Club I-2, Bas- ketball 3. EDSALL, MARLENE JOYCE GENERAL--G.A,A. I, F.N.A. 2. ENNER, ODESSIE JONES AL Mon't I-2-3, Forensics 2, Teen Age Book Club 2-3, GENER 1 Hall inr Library Club 3, Senate 3. FAIRFIELD, DOLORES JEAN GENERAL - Hi-C 2-3, F.H A. 2, Teen Age Book Club 3, A Cappella 3, FELTMAN, ELAINE LOU STENOGRAPHIC-G.A.A. 1, Ludi zmife.-5.1-3ise:.i, Hi-c 2-3. FIELSTRA, BEVERLY JOYCE OFFICE TRAINING - Hi-C 2. FISHER, MARILYN RITA COLLEGE PREP. FOOSE, DONNA MAE COLLEGE PREP. -G.A.A. l-2-3. FORDHAM, ERNEST WILLIAM TRADE AND INDUSTRY-Tennis I, 3lPres.l. FORWARD, EVA JEAN GENERAL - Hall Monitor I-3. 110 Romani I, Teen Age Book Club Masque I, Sportsmen's Club 2- P' '31 DAVID, MARLENE JOYCE STENOGRAPHIC-Hi-C I-2-3, r,N.A. 2, Teen-Age Book Club 2-3. DAVIDSON, SANDRA LEE COLLEGE PREP. -Speech Guild I-2-3, Mosque I-2lTreas.l-3, Forensics l-2-3, Library Club llPres.l-2lPres.l, Student Council l, National Thespions 2-3lSec.I, Cormenta 2-3, National Honor Society 3, Senior PICY Student Director. DAVISON, NANCY JOYCE COLLEGE PREP.-Band I-2-3, Pro Musica I-2lSec.l-3, Senate 2-3, Student Council I-2. U DECKER, JOYCE ANNE GENERAL-G.A.A. I, A Cappella Radio 2-3, National Thespiuns 3. DE LONG, AUDREY YVONNE C0-OP TRAINING- Hi-C 2, R.O.C. 3. DE VRIES, HELENE JOAN CLERICAL I, Carmenta 2-3, Masque 2-3, -gs ifw YU' 'Eh t FRAZEE, LINDA ADELE COLLEGE PREP. - Chorus I, Orchestra I-2-3, Band 2-3, Sena FURMAN, ALDA KAY GENERAL - Hi-C 2, Baseball 2. GABLE, DOLORES RITA STENOGRAPHIC- Chorus I, Student Council I-2, A Cappella 2, French Club 2, Tennis 2, Radio 3, Class Treasurer 3. GARZA, ROSIE VELA GENERAL - Spanish Club I. GEE, IRENE MARIE GENERAL -Hi-C IlSec,-Treas.l-2, French Club I-2. GILLETTE, JUANITA KAY te 2-3 I' COLLEGE PREP. -Conservation Club I-2, Band I-2-3, Pro Musica 2-3 Booster Club I, Bowling I-2-3, Orchestra 3, Senate 3, Senior Play Cast. 5' ie ilk' GILROY, NANCY ARLENE Forensics I-2, French Club I-2, Thespians 2-3, Senate 3, Debate gn Discussion 3. GLOVER, KAY JOAN OFFICE TRAINING GRAY, LINA CAROL GENERAL GREEN, CHARLES EDWARD VOCATIONAL PRINTING GREENE, SHIRLEY LEE GENERAL-F.H,A. I-2, R.O,C, 3. GREENO, DONALD EDWARD COLLEGE PREP. - Baseball I-2, GROTENHUIS, MARIAN ELAINE COLLEGE PREP. - Senate I-2lSec,l-3lTreas l, Masque 2-3lVice Pres -lt Student Council I-2lSec l-3lCorr, Sec.l, Chorus I, Ushers Club 2lChrl- 3lChr.l, Conservation Club I, Booster Club I-2, GUNDERSON, HAROLD LAWRENCE COLLEGE PREP. - Pro Musica I-2-3, Band I-2-3, Orchestra 3, HAGEN, DONALD EDWARD DAY TRADE HAMMOND, BEVERLY JEAN COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club I-2, Spanish Club I-2, Booster Club I-2, Cheerleading l, FHA, I, Student Council I, Masque 2-3, Carmenta 2-3, Ushers Club 3. HANKS, DORALEE MAE GENERAL - Hi-C l-2lProgram Chr.l-3lVice Ptes.l, F.N.A. 2, Teen Age Book Club 2-3. HANSEN, ARDYTHE MAE COLLEGE PREP.-F.T.A. I-2lPres.l-3lPres.l, A Cappella I-2-3, Pro Musica l-2-3, Booster Club I, Orchestra I-2-3, Masque 2-3lParliamen- tarianl, National Honor 2-3lTreas.l, National Thespians 2-3, Student Council 2-3, Senior Play Cast. 111 COLLEGE PREP.-Y-Teens I, Masque I-2-3, Speech Guild I-2-3 d 'K HEGBLOOM, DOLORES JEANNE CLERICAL-F.H.A. l, Bowling l-2, Conservalion Club 3, Said and Done 3. HEGEDUS, ANDREW JOHN GENERAL - Hi-Y 3. HEIMANN, MARLENE JOYCE STENOGRAPHIC-F.H.A. l. HENSCHEL, ALMA ALBERTA GENERAL-F.H.A. l-2. HERBST. DOROTHY ELLEN GENERAL -- G.A,A. 1, Conservalion Club l-2, Library Club l, Teen Age Book Club 2lPres.l-3lFres.l, Tennis 2. HERNANDES, JUANITA JANICE GENERAL - Band l,2. I HILT, RAYMOND JAY COLLEGE PREP. - Band l-2, Tennis 2-3, Said and Done Slaff 3, French Club 3. HOLLAR, PAMELA ALLISON GENERAL-F,H.A. l-2lVice Pres.l, Booster Club l, Library Club l, Y-Teens 3, R.O,C. 3. HOLTROP, JANE JOAN COLLEGE PREP.-Orcheslra l-2, Library l, Pro Musica l-2, Hi-C 2, R.O.C. 3. HOOS, JOHN GOLDEN COLLEGE PREP. -Sludcnl Council l-3, Fooiball 'l-2-3, Baseball l-2-3, French Club 2-3, Masque l-2-3, Hi-Y l-2-3, Conservalion Club 2. HOUCHINS, CHARLES EARL, JR. RETAIL SALES-Track l, R.O.C. 2-3. HOUSEMAN, Sl'llRLEY .IUNE COLLEGE PREP.-Carmenla l-2-3, Conservavion Club l, A Cappella l-2-3, Bowling l-2, Lalin Club l, F.T.A. 2-3, Ushers Club 3, Senior Play Casf. 112 4 if on-. IVERSON, MARVA .IEANNE CLERICAL-Booster Club I-2, F.H.A. I-2. JACOBSEN, BARBARA LOUISE OFFICE TRAINING JANUSIEWICZ, MARCELLA ANN CLERICAL-R.O.C. 3. JANUSIEWICZ, MAXINE MARIE COLLEGE PREP. - Booster Club I, Y-Teens I-2, Cheerleader l-2-3lCap- tainl, Student Council I, Carmenta l-2lSec.l-3lTreas.l, French Club I-2, Masque 2-3, Senior Life Saving 2, Press Club 3, Keyhole 3lAssistant Editor and Editorl. JAZDZYK, WALTER LEO GENERAL JEWETT, WANETA SYLVIA STENOGRAPHIC-Hi-C I-2-3lPrograrn Chnl, Fvench Club 2. JOHNSON, ALLAN MICHAEL COLLEGE PREP. - Conservation Club I. JOHNSON, NAOMI PATRICIA STENOGRAPHIC- Booster Club I-2, Book Club llScc.l-2l5ec.l-3, Ten- nis I-2, Press Club 2-3, Said and Dane Stall 3. JONES, WILLIAM RICHARD COLLEGE PREP. -- Conservation Club I-3, Hi-Y 3. KELLEY, JUDITH LYNN COLLEGE PREP. - Carmenta I-2lSec.l-3lFlower Chr.J, Booster Club I-2, Y-Teens I-2, Spanish Club I-2, Student Council 2-3. KELLY, JAMES LEE GENERAL-Football I-2-3, Basketball I, Track I, Baseball 2. KENDALL, NANCY ANN COLLEGE PREP. -Latin Club IlSec.l-2, Booster Club I-2lVice Pres.J, Tennis I-2-3, Masque 2lParliamentarianl-3lHist.l, Speech Guild 2-3, Carmenta 2lTreas.l-3lPubIicity Chnl, A Cappella 2-3, National Thes- pians 3lScribeJ, Senior Play Cast. 113 ..:,. 1 1, HOWARD, FLOY ANN GENERAL - Conservation Club l. HOWARD, NERITA RUTH STENOGRAPHIC-G.A.A. I-2-3, Teen Age Book Club I-ZlSec l-Hlllice Pres.l, Library Club llHist.l, Chorus I, Hi-C 2. HUFFMAN, SUSANNE ELAINE GENERAL- Library Club IlVice Pres l-2lPres.l, Baseball l. HUSTON, GERALD FRANK DAY TRADE HUTCHINSON, CHARLES E. COLLEGE PREP. HUTCHINSON, GWENETH LEE COLLEGE PREP. 4-Pro Musica I-2-3, Booster Club I-2, F.H.A. I, Band I-2-3, Carmenta 2-3lSec.l, French Club 2. . +3 -N . ff. x D "l' i 2 5:21. 'V - Q ,. 'F , 2-Q - - 5 . 5 C -1- .ia , 555i CTA .gr- -if mpmv'-f ,F ir wg KROLL, RALPH EUGENE GENERAL-Track 1-2f3. KRUPP, MARLENE TERESE GENERAL -Senate 1-2, Conservation Club 1, Masque 3. KUEHN, FLORA ANNE STENOGRAPHIC-Cheerleader 1, A Cappella 1-2-3, Carmenta 2-3. KULICAMP, MARY ANN STENOGRAPHIC- F.H.A. 1-2-3, Cheerleading 1-2-3, Booster Club 1-2, Conservation Club 1-2. LADD, CYNTHIA JAN COLLEGE PREP.-Carmenta 1-2-3lPres.l, A Cappella 1, Masque 2' 3lSec.l, Student Council 3, National Thespians 3, LAHNALA, GERALD PETER DAY TRADE LANGE, NANCY LOUISE STENOGRAPHIC-F,H.A. 1. LAWRENCE, WILMA EILEEN GENERAL-F.H.A, 1, Hi-C 1-2-3, Teen Age Book Club 3, LEAF, CARMEN ELNOR OFFICE TRAINING-Hi-C 1, R.O.C, 2-3lRecording Sec.J, KUER, KATHLEEN NELL COLLEGE PREP. - G.A.A. 1-2lPres.1-3IPres.l Student Council 2 F N A 2lVice Pres.l-3lPres.1, National Honor Society 3 KIEFT, GORDON HENRY COLLEGE PREP. - Camera Club 2-3lTreus.1 Keyhole 2 Sand and Done Staff 2. KIEFT, WAYNE OBERG COLLEGE PREP. - Conservation Club 1, Tennis 1 2lCapturnl 3lCaptarn1 U KINSTNER, LEE JOEL GENERAL KLINGER, EARL LEON GENERAL - Hi-C 3. KRAMER, MARY JOYCE COLLEGE PREP. -Student Council 1-3lSgt.AtArms1 Booster Club 1 Conservation Club 1, F.N.A. 1, A Cappe a 123 Senate 23 Vice Pres.1, Spanish Club 2-3, National Honor Society 23lSec Senior Class Secretary. A 1 T . TR Y . H' .S 1, LEAK, DALE EUGENE 1 ' ' Age LEAK, DONALD LEROY DAY TRADE LEEDS, SALLY ROCHELLE DAY TRADE fa , . 1-3-Q I A -ff Q - -, qw: COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella 1-2, speech Guild 1, Hi-C 1-2-3. ., 5 S: Qll 4.,, , ., N , X , ,. M s, 111, 4' 114 , A . 1,1 I LICHTE, SHIRLEY MARIE GENERAL LIECHTI, HARRIS NELSON COLLEGE PREP. -Conservation Club I, Camera Club IlSec.l-2lPres.l, Speech Guild I-2-3, Booster Club I42, Masque 2-3, National Thespians 2-3, Student Council 2-3, Said and Done 2-3IAss't Editorl, Keyhole 2, Radio 2-3, Press Club 2, Senior Play Cast, Forensics 2-3. LIFER, DICK DAVID DAY TRADE LIFER, LEON RAY DAY TRADE LIFER, LOIS FAYE RETAIL SALES LINDSTROM, BEVERLY MARIE COLLEGE PREP.-Senate I-2, Chorus I, Spanish Club I, A Cappella I-2-3IVice Pres.l. Q. XY r ,, . 151 :rg ' il I --2,83 A , 1 s J l I I ' ' 5. 1 "I+ A " X ' 177 LINTJER, GERRIT JAMES GENERAL- Football I, Track 3, LORENZ, ARNOLD E. DAY TRADE LOWER, ELSIE LOU COLLEGE PREP, - French Club Il5ec I-2lPrcs 1, Yelccns I, A Cappella I-2-3lAccompanistl. LUDLOW, BARBARA LUCILLE GENERAL - Hi-C l. MC CORMICK, PATRICIA JOAN GENERAL-F.H.A. 1-2, Yleem 3, R.o.C. slvsce Pres J MC DONALD, RONALD JAY GENERAL - Football I-2-3, Baseball 2-3, Dcnkctball 3. MC NIFF, WILLIAM MARTIN COLLEGE PREP,-Student Council I, Fooilaall ., Danster Club I, Spanish Club I, Golf I-2. MC WHORTER, JAMES FRANKLIN COLLEGE PREP. -Hi-Y I-2-3, Radio 2-3. MALSBURG. PATRICIA LOUISE COLLEGE PREP. MARTIN, MARILYN JOYCE COLLEGE PREP.-A Cappella I-2-3, Latin Club I-2, F,N.A. I-2-3, Hi-C I, Camera Club 3. MARVIN, LOYAL PERRY CO-OPERATIVE BUSINESS MATECUN, EUGENE DENNIS COLLEGE PREP.-Hi-Y I-2, Latin Club 2-3ICJ-presldcntl, National Honor Society 2-3. 115 History is in the making. Among those theories that have of necessity been discarded is that of isolationism. Modern science has conquered time and distance to such an extent that the rest of the world is our next-door neighbor, An awareness of governments, armies, people, and politics around the world must be instilled in today's citizen if he is to cope successfully with the problems of his time. ,Iv K. 'U MILLER, GARTH JAMES DAY TRADE - Football l. MILLER, SHERRILL ANN GENERAL NIINUTH, JOAN FRANCES COLLEGE PREP. -Conservalion Club I, Boosler Club I-2, A Cappella 2-3, Senale 3, Senior Play Cusl. NIUDGETT, DAVID THEODORE COLLEGE PREP.-Conservalion Club l-2, Hi-Y I-2-3. MUSK, PHYLLIS JEAN GENERAL - Bowling l-2-3, G.A.A. 2. NAPIER, PHYLLIS GENEVIEVE CLERICAL - Y-Teens I-2, Boosler Club I-2, Conservafion Club 'I-2-3, Bowling l-2. f NELSON, JOHN S. GENERAL -Masque 2-3, Hi-Y 3. NELSON, LEIDA MARY COLLEGE PREP. -A Cappella l-2-3, Latin Club 2-3lSec.l, Teen Age Book Club 2. NELUND, LOIS JEAN GENERAL-Hi-C l-2. NIELSEN, ODA F. COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella 2-3, Hi-C 2-3, F.T.A. 2-3. NOLEN, MARY HUMFREYS COLLEGE PREP.-Sludenl Council l-2, Carmcnla llTreasl-2lFlower Chnl-3lVice Pres,l, Baosler Club I-2lSec.-Treas.l, Conservalion Club l, A Cappella l-2-3, Speech Guild 2-3, Y-Teens 2, National Honor Sociely 3. NUTT, JAMES MALCOLM COLLEGE PREP. -Conservation Club I-2lHisl.l-3lSec.l, Speech Guild 2-3, Forensics 2-3, Hi-Y l-3, Color Guard in lhe Band I-2-3, Pro Musica l-2, Student Council 2-3, Said and Done 3lAss'l Edilorl, Nalianal Thespians 3. 116 PERRY, JOE DALE GENERAL PERRY, RONALD ALLEN COLLEGE PREP.-Football I, Basketball I, Student Council 2-3lVice Presl, ludi Romani I, Speech Guild 2-3tPres.l, National Honor Society 2-3lPres.I, Senior Class President. PETERSEN, CAROL ELAINE CLERICAL - R.O.C. 3lCorr. Sec.I. PETERSON, DOREEN ANN GENERAL -Said and Done 3, PFEIFFER, STANLEY LEE RETAIL SALES-R.O.C. 2-3, Conservation Club 3. PFISTER, NORMAN DEAN GENERAL - Band I-2-3, PHILLIPS, PHYLLIS GENERAL-F.H.A. I, Band I-2-3. PIATT, ROBERT GENERAL - Band I-2-3lSection Leoderl2-3, Orchestra 2-3, Press Club 3. PICKLE, LARRY CHARLES COLLEGE PREP. - Conservation Club I-3, Hi-Y 2-3. PICTON, WILLIAM EDWARD OFrICE TRAINING -- R.O.C. 2. PLUMHOFF, VIVIAN MAE STENOGRAPHIC-Conservation Club I, Masque I-2-3, Chorus I. POLING, PATRICIA ANN COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club I, A Cappella I-2, French Club 2-3, Press Club 2-3, Shutterbugs 2-3lPres,l lTreas.l, Keyhole 3lBusiness Advertising Managerl, Hall Monitor 3lCoptainI, Speech Guild I. 117 OLSEN, A. SAM GENERAL- Band I, Hi-Y 3. ORTQUIST, JACQUELYNE ANN COLLEGE PREP. - Carmenta I-2-3, F H A, I lSonqleaderl-2lRecorder Booster Club I, A Cappella I-2-3, Spanish Club 2. ORTQUIST, NORMA JEANNE COLLEGE PREP.-Spaniih Club 2-3, Student Council I-2, F.HA IlVice Pres.I-2lPresI-3, Carmenta I-2lHist.l-3, Booster Club I National Honor Society 3. PATOW, GERALD E. COLLEGE PREP, 1 Conservation Club I-2IReporterl, Latin Club I, Hi I-2, National Honor Society I-2lKeeper of the archivesl. PAVLICH, PETER GEORGE GENERAL PEAPPLES, ROBERT WILLIAM COLLEGE PREP. -v-x 'E' RANDALL, MARILYN JOYCE STENOGRAPHIC RASMUSSEN, THOMAS WILLIAM TRADE AND INDUSTRY RATHBUN, NORMAN LEE I 1: 3- Ba Nu-v COLLEGE PREP. - Foolbull I-2-3, Bcskelball I-2-3, Conservcilion Club I. REBONE, BARBARA ANN CLERICAL - Conservation Club 3. RECK, MAX WALTER, JR. COLLEGE PREP. RIEKELS, MARY JANE POMEROY, JAMES STANLEY DAY TRADE PORTER, GERALD ALLAN POSTMUS, MERLE WAYNE TRADE AND INDUSTRY-Conservchon Club I 2 Sludenl Council 2 W PUTNAM, LAURA PATRICIA GENERAL RADEMACHER, MARILYN GRACE CLERICAL RAHN, FRANK HIIRNIAN DAY TRADE OFFICE TRAINING - A Cappella I, Y-Teens I-2, R.O.C. 2lSec.l-3IStafe Edilorl. ROGERS, .IANICE COLLEGE PREP. -French Club I-2lVice Pres.I, Speech Guild I-2lVice Pres.l-3, Senole I-2lHist.l-3, Forensics I-2, Discussion 2, Debale 3, Sluden! Council 2-3, Junior Class Presidenl, National Thespicms 2-3. ROWE, EUGENE EDWARD COLLEGE PREP. RUNNELS, ROBERT LAVERNE GENERAL - Football I-2-3, Track 2, Hi-Y 3, Said and Done 3. RUSSELL, COLLETTE MARIE OFFICE TRAINING - R.O.C. 2-3. RYAN, WILLIAM THOMAS TRADE AND INDUSTRY SARGENT, FREDRICK LOUIS COLLEGE PREP. - Press Club 3, 118 French Club 3. COLLEGE PREP.-Conservulion Club I 21591 Al Armsl 3 Foolball I skelball I-3, Baseball I-2-3, Hall M nllor I 2 I 4 SAYLES, BURWELL EUGENE COLLEGE PREP. --Hi-Y I-2-3. SCANLON, SHIRLEY ANN COLLEGE PREP. -G.A.A. I-2-3, HEFC 2-3, latin Club 2-3, F.N.A. 3. SCHAFER, GORDON NIELE COLLEGE PREP. - Track I-2-3, Band I-243, Student Council I-2, Masque 243lPres.l, Speech Guild 2-3lVice Pres.J, National TheSDians National Honor Sociely 3, Debate 3, SCHOONOVER, PATRICIA ANN 2-3. COLLEGE PREP.-F.H,A, l, G.A.A. I-2-3, F.N.A. 2-3lCorr. Sec.l, latin Club 2, Senior life Saving 2, Hall Monitor 2-3, Y-Teens 3. SCHUTTER, RAYMOND ARTHUR COLLEGE PREP. - Football I-2-3, Baseball I-2-3, Track 2-3. SCHUTTER, RUTH DIANE COLLEGE PREP.-Student Council I, A Cappella I, Senate 2-3 Pres.l, Debate 3, Senior Play Cast. lSec., X . 'ks-'rixf T" 171 'Y 0 K. SCOTT, DORAN KAY GENERAL SCOTT, SNOWDEN C. COLLEGE PREP. SEGUIN, SHARON LORRAINE GENERAL-F.H A. 1, A Cappella l-273, Y,Teens 3, SEYFERTH, SANDRA JANE 5' COLLEGE PREP.-A CGDpelIa l-2-3, Booster Club I, GAA, I Spanish Club I. SHELDON, DAVID BRUCE CO-OPERATIVE BUSINESS SHELDON, VIRGINIA CARR LEE Said and Done 3. SHIVELY, MELBA LOUISE COLLEGE PREP.-French Club l-2-3, Nalional Honor Socie F.T.A, 3. SHUNK, JACQUELINE LYNN GENERAL-Bond I-23, Pro Musica 2. SILVER, ELLEN COLLEGE PREP. SMITH, GRACE IRENE GENERAL - Hi-C lf2. SODERMAN, ROBERT LOUIS COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club I-2-3, latin Club I, GAA, 3 VY 23 COLLEGE PREP. -Football I-2-3, Baseball I-2-3, Conservation Club I Spanish Club 2. SPRINGER, LEONA LOUISE GENERAL Ill! I .Qi , A SPYKE, EDWIN JERRY COLLEGE PREP.-Hi-Y I-2-3IPres.l, Student Council I-3, Co-Ed Council 3. SPYKE, MARVA LEE COLLEGE PREP. -Y-Teens l, F,H.A. I-2-3, French Club 2-3, Masque 2-3, Speech Guild 2-3, A Cappella 2-3, National Thespians 3, SQUIRES, CHARLEENE MAE COLLEGE PREP.-Booster Club l, F.H.A. IlHist,l-2-3, French Club 2-3, F.T.A. 2-3lReporter1, G,A,A. 2-3, Said and Done 3. STAPEL, HARRY LOUIS TRADE AND INDUSTRY-Band I-2-3. STARK, HOWARD MARVIN RETAIL SALES STARKS, DAVID DOUGLAS COLLEGE PREP. -Track I-2-3, Band I-2-3, Masque 2-3, Speech Guild 2-3, Student Council 2-3lPres.l, latin Club 2-3IVice Pres.l, Hi-C 2-3, National Thespians 3, Senior P N pb - ff - 4 s I lay lStage Managerl. AQ I- X iii, . . I STATHIS, TULA COLLEGE PREP.-French Club 2-3lScc.J, Student Council 3, G.A.A. I-2-3, National Honor Society 3. STEINER, PATRICIA ANN COLLEGE PREP.-Masque I-2-3lSgl.-At-Armsl, Conservation Club I, Booster Club I, Latin Club I, Student Council I, Y-Teens 2, Ushers Club 2-3, National The-spians 2-3. STERN, JEROME SEYNIORE COLLEGE PREP. - Basketball llManagerl-2, Conservation Club l, Base- ball l, Track 2. STERRITT, BEVERLY JANE BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING - F,H,A. 1. STEUERWALD, DELORES MAR'E OFFICE TRAINING-Spanish Club I-2, F.H.A. I, A Cappella 2, SUCHECKI, DENNIS WAYNE COLLEGE PREP. - Football I-3, Golf I-2-3, Spanish Club I-2, National Thespians 2-3, Radio 2-3, Senior Play Cast. I SUTHERLAND, MARY ANN CLERICAL - Bowling I-2, Conserva ion Club 3, Said and Done Staff 3. SWAIN, HAROLD FRED COLLEGE PREP. THOMPSON, AUDREY JEAN STENOGRAPHIC-G.A.A. l-2, F.N.A, l-2lCorr. Sec.1-3lVice Pres.l. THOMPSON, RICHARD LEE COLLEGE PREP. - French Club I-2-3lTreas.l, Track 3. TIETSORT, DAVID LAVERNE COLLEGE PREP. - Hi-Y I-2-3. TIMMER, FREDERICK GEORGE COLLEGE PREP. -Latin Club l-2, Hi-C I-2. 120 VANDERWERF, NATHAN HILBERT COLLEGE PREP. -Band I-2-3, A Cappella I-2-3, Masque 2, Student Council I-2-3, Journalism 2, Senior Play Cast. VANEENENAAM, DAVID OWEN COLLEGE PREP. - Hi-Y IlChaplainl-2lSec.l-3lVice Pres.J, Student Council I-2-3lTreas.l, Booster Club I, National Honor Sociely 2-3lVIce Pres.l, Tennis I-2-3, Masque 3, Co-Ed Council 3. VARNER, LOU ALLEN COLLEGE PREP. -A Cappella I-2-3, Latin Club 2lPraetorl-3, Y-Teens 2, Hi-C 3. VERHULST, DONNA JOY STENOGRAPHIC-F.H.A. I-2, Hi-C l-2. VEURINCK, SALLY IGRIMMI GENERAL- Y-Teens I, F.H.A. I-2-3, Band Maiorctle I-2-3. WARD, MARGARET MAUDE COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club I-2, F,T,A. I, Masque I-2-3, G,A.A. I-2-3, National Thespians 2-3, A Cappella I-2-3, Senior Life Saving 2, Senior Play Cast. WEAVER, PATRICIA ANN GENERAL - Bowling I-2-3. WESTFALL, DARRELL ELWOOD COLLEGE PREP. - Pro Musica I-2-3, Conservation Club I, Band I-2-3, Orchestra 2-3, latin Club 2lProgram Chr.l, Press Club 3, Keyhole 3. WESTFIELD, JOY CHARMAINE COLLEGE PREP. - Booster Club I-2, Conservation Club I, French Club I-2-3, Journalism 2, F.T.A. 2-3, Press Club 2, Bowling 3. WESTPHAL, MARILYN LOUISE STENOGRAPHIC- Hi-C I-2, Said and Done Staff 3, WICKERINK, JOHN LESTER COLLEGE PREP. - Conservation Club I, A Cappella I-2-3. WILLIS, JOANNE GENERAL - F.N,A. I, G.A.A. I, Hall Monitor 2, Hi-C 2, Library Club 3. 12 I TITUS, GORDON WALTER COLLEGE PREP. - Radio 2, Said and Done 3lBusiness Managerl, Jour nalism 2, Cheerleading 3, Hall Monitors 2l'Ireas.l, Band I. TOMAN, LOIS MARILYN GENERAL- Hi-C I-2-3, Library Club 3, Teen Age Book Club 3, A Cap pella 2, Chorus 2, R.O,C, 2. UDELL, HELEN PHILIS GENERAL ULFSAX, BRUCE CO-OPERATIVE TRAINING - R,O.C. l-2. VANDERLAAN, LOIS ANN COLLEGE PREP. -A Cappella I-2-3, Hi-C I-2-3, latin Club l, F.N,A 2-3. VANDERSTELT, WILLIAM FRANCIS DAY TRADE 'SV' 57, im U , -- LJ -1:' ef K X :fi , 1 -r++ ml rv- - . -1 : 5 'F T' ,, s A i - uf. , RSA 5, 3 Q? X A. , 17' X .1 1 ' - au .rf FB G, ff We ?76aZwzee aaa' aaadlczfie , ANDERSON, WILLIAM DONALD GENERAL - Conservation Club I-2. BLACK, CHARLES MARION GENERAL -- Conservation Club I, BRAUN, WILLIAM EVAN TRADE AND INDUSTRY BUIT, THEODORE WAYNE GENERAL - Football I. BURRINGTON, BERNARD EUGENE GENERAL CANNING, ROBERT GERALD RETAIL SALES CHILCOTE, JOSEPHINE NAOMI GENERAL CLANTON, FLOYD EUGENE GENERAL-Football I-2-3, Track I-2, A C 2, Journalism Bookkeeper 3. CONNELL, ROBERT LANE FOUNDRY CURTIS, GERALD FREDRICK RETAIL SALES DAVID, RONALD MARION TRADE AND INDUSTRY-Track I,2. DOBYNS, ROBERT GERALD GENERAL-Football I, Track I-2, Basketba DOOM, MARY NELL OFFICE TRAINING DORNBOS, DAVID M. DAY TRADE FONGER, CARLOS LEE GENERAL GENTER, JOEL ERNEST RETAIL SALES GRIMM, RICHARD WALTER RETAIL SALES GRINWIS, RONALD LEE DAY TRADE 122 appzlla 2-3, Journalism II I-2. WOODS, EDWARD ALEXANDER COLLEGE PREP. WORTELBOER, JUDITH ANN RETAIL SALES-A Cappella I, R.O.C. 2-3. WRIGHT, ROSE LUCILLE GENERAL-Hall Guard I. 0 YONKERS, MARILYN ANN GENERAL- Conservation Club I-3, Hi-C 2. ZIELINSKI, BARBARA MAE COMMERCIAL LEYANNA, MARIJO SECRETARIAL-F.H.A. I42, Booster Club I-2, Cheerleader 2, Con- servation Club 3. I I KENNICK, JOSEPH RETAIL SALES KETTLER, BARBARA JEAN GENERAL - G.A.A. I. KLINGER, ARDIS LEE GENERAL-G.A.A. I-2-3, Booster Club 2, Hi-C 2f3. KOTA, MAYNARD J. RETAIL SALES KOTA, SYLVIA JOYCE GENERAL MATHEWS, PATSY JANE SECRETARIAL Music, Ross EDWARD ' GENERAL NELSON, IRENE ELIZABETH SECRETARIAL PAQUIN, HARVEY JAMES COLLEGE PREP. PIERCE, AARON E. DAY TRADE PLEKES, DELORES RETAIL SALES RACKLIN, WILLIE L. GENERAL REIS, RAY LEROY GENERAL-Baseball I-2-3, Basketball I. STEPPING, HENRY MONROE TRADE AND INDUSTRY THIES, CAROLINE MARTHA GENERAL TOBIN, KATI'IY ELAINE COLLEGE PREP.-Y-Teens I, F.H.A. I-2-3, Girls' Chorus I, French Club 2-3, Masque Dramatics Society 2-3, Speech Guild 2v3, A Cappella 2-3, Class Historian 2, National Honor Society 3, Thespians 3. WILKINSON, JUDY ARLEEN COLLEGE PREP. WILLOUGHBY, WENDELL UDELL GENERAL Elaine Baru, Mary Nolan, Harris Liechfi, Kerry Ainsworth, and Linda Frazee are recipienls of University of Michigan scholarships. 564066154 take eadafz S Z ' , , , Gerald Palow, Herma Cook, Bill Boolh, Dave Van Eenenaam, Ardythe Hansen, Eugene Malecun are the six lop scholars. 12 .nm-rf N Xwwiwm ,Q-ev' 'QE ww, Q 'xx 1 X . V S Wk A V x x x Y E51 amfw i 0 S S' f fp' V F X ,Q . ,:i:Q,-gf' 1- 5 lk.:-frrjl. 134 ',.,.-Z , h- K, va. , l y w ,A.:. 7754 Seaview make aaapdcdaaa alms! , , , The niicl-year gracluating clzxssof1Sl5x1hz1ve activelv pmticipute in athletics, lllLlSlL'2ll oi'- alreaclv proven themselves capable of zissum- gaiiizatioiis, and are presiilents of various ing the leadership of MHS next vezu' bv school clubs. sponsoring this XQHIJS niicl-terin prom, The Stal-light Sgrguadg. They have the honor of being the first class to grzirluzite unclei' the coming new aclininis- Even though they are few in number, many tration. Leading the 12B class are: Ken Linton, Sec., Dick Klinkner, Pres., Roger King, Vice-Pres., Marlene Baker, Treas., Janice Howard, Sgf.-at-arms, Mr. Stanley Rolfe, Advisor, Mrs. Flora Lundell, Advisor, Howard Connell, Sgt-at-arms, and Marion Buck, Hist. 0 the future.. vue ,,,-,V ,.,, i.,- V,.. . .,.Y ,rw Why is all this so important? Time is passing . . Today's student is tOmO1'1'OW'S citizen. If he is to play his rightful part in making the world a better place in which to live, he must be educated in an atmosphere of progress. He must be given the knowledge, the skill, and the courage to take his place in tomorrow's World . . to face the future - and conquer it. ., ii? "1 P H - 1 V 1 ig. E M. Baker, P. Banninga, J. Barrett, S. 7 -, ' -, 1 V' l, gf? . Belasco, M. Bohn, B. Bowers, J. Boyer, l .., 5 w r.,,R,, 'V "gf -X . i i B. Bruining. ,, .. Q, ., ,A .A .. .a b A N. laririning, M. Burk, c. Buckley, N. , by A Q gg 'f .Vi ' il M Carlisle, D. Carlson, ls. Carr, B. Chris- . - ' ' " r tiansen, L. Cannaday. -. . - X ., if ' ,f r - - . ee. . -. in El -Q L ' , I A , , H. Connell, D. Crcltty, R. Deiker, L r 5 fl ' fgwglg ,her uf' r -V DeHaven, L. Dell, rl. DeVries, s. nip- 'lej " f ., KL, . A V' , qu? pel, C. Dobberstein. r avg we uf' , . ir. x 2. X , +3 rg - if f -9? 4 V, ,N J. Dykstra, J. Fairfield, K. Fearnley, E 3, Q ' e. x , -, ' J 'J Fethke, B. Flemen, M. Foose, D E ' ' i 3 "5 it . ' .,,..,L., i Greene, B. Greer. A r r-. li Q . f. Q Q - Y QM .N D " 5 ' A, vi .5 ,1 R. Harris, B. Hartz, D. Harvey, C. Has 'rl LJ., lr."f' fr 'S' ,5 Q g,g C' YE selelnhl, w. l-lenien, lvl. l-lill, J. Hew- .. ' 'T' ttf 'gf' "' . I , 'f ' ' ard, H. Jones. ' . 373 . ' " g , ,' ' ' l-l. Knrnpenge, A. Keillor, J. Kidd, s Q -' 'J' fi 'ff . 1 'f - ,sf wg". Kidder, lz. King, lvl. Klesnn, l. lclever- - f' 4 i 'tv 5, i "3fi ing, D. Klinkner. X . ' -f v giey., . 1, l 3 Z . ' - P' ' I f-: if .R '? X -Q. . 1 5 .A an Lk B. Knoll, E. Knutson, J. LaCourse, P. ,f 5 P i i ,QW yi. I 3' ' Lash, R. Lathern, F, Leventis, E. Liggins, 'S . 3' W 'Q l' ' . 'a - 9- ., W. Lindeman. HL -- R 'F N4 , 1 Q. Epi Q ' in K N17 ' '- K. Linton, D. Lohman, D. Mummerl, B. , D t L E , '21 in , , . I V. E Manchester, D. Maycraft, R. Maycroft 'Q , Ia. .X fr Q'-Q , 12... B. Medendorp, B. Matthews. ,Xi -ff .i 3 i" . A i , .. QA, 'ii 1 v .,w'T' . .1-'f wfr ' j ' , . i D. Mavis, P. McCormick, P. Menzies, 1 ,3 . I E ,ag ' .. - R. Nelson, D. Neumann, R. Osborn, S f i, ifgcrin ' -'za ,X ff,i9.y4 .QANNW 3 Parker, B. Pippin. " ,, ' .X f' .Lex 'Je x E' X . ' ' - P .... .- FF ii L. Postema, L. Roberts, C. Rosenberg H 5, ' . - . 'ze ' i G. Russcher, R, Scheidegger, C. Sea- . J ,fbi gal! , strom, G. Sieplinga, S. Slover. .. " G 'if e x - X - ' is . ' ' I iii. 5 1 I 'life K A. - Q Y. Sternburgh, M. Swanson, C. Toman, yy ' .E A A H - f A G. Vanderleest, G. Vanderkooi, M. 33 5 V l-fix '- .V QA --l 5 Vanderstelt, D. VanDyke, C. Visscher. D' I 1 A ,h -Qi." " " R I ' WV ' , ix r :Q ' . E . Xl i. xl if . r- " 9' C. Visser, W. Volz, J. Vredeveld, M. , Q ,- in Q Q, 1 E f A Way, L. Wehrle, K. Westling, R. Wik- if ,ix-W 1 X . men, R- Wilwx- i iifdr Q i X86 . fl Q. .. , v fi' r ii . , Wright, B. Zwlcker l-l. Winter, N. Wilham, r. Wirt, M. NA: .ul .., 1 . l --. .,,. . -. . .I 5 x vi I 126 Al? amiaw l I I ,ef This semester the juniors organized as a class to prepare for their first big under- taking, the senior prom. They can now look back on a successful year and look ahead to the fall when they will be the school's leaders. There have been some outstanding students in this class-a few already haye had the honor of being elected to the National Honor Society. Some hold major positions in the band and orchestra. There are experienced debators, forensic contest winners. and out- standing actors and actresses. Several eley- enth graders haye been club presidents, and of course some have proyed outstanding leaders in sports. Congratulations on your success, juniors, and best wishes for your senior year. '41 9 'Sv' 3,5 5. -SJ' My - l .9 qv '4 . '.. 2 .,, , 'zo in , .sz , . -. A K f .. Y .,g, 5 , ,QF ,- 9 ' 5 .. f .... . LX Q .fa .. .Y .1 J . .5 . -. . .. I .J X - 'i' ....'i:v4fi .ku . .. r" A s... J , s , ...,. X: . 'V' K T A ff is K '14 . HIL Qs 1 .,..- . 1 3 as .. lr Cl 'Z N 1' di' 4 -5' If .N -X I '. KIKA 45 4-f 57,1 , 7 1-.. 1? if Ks B. Albright, M. Allore, D. Amos, L. Andersen, D. Andrews, J. Applegarth, L. Ashley, T. Baude. A. Baker, W. Bolaban, B. Balkema, C. Barischt, C. Bauer, P. Beattie, E. Beau- vuis, A. Becksfrom. M. Be:tel, S. Bee, R. Belton, J. Bendus, M. Bennett, G. Benson, A. Bernurdini, A. Bobick. B. Bocley, B. Boisveri, I.. Bonifield, L. Bosma, J. Boyden, P. Brudusich, L. Bruce, K. Brooks. 127 1 l l r . l l 'l l 1. Brown, P. Bollorol, D. Bunker, ll. Burr, .iw A Q f A v Q, , y ll' 1 L. Butrick, R. Buttermore, H. Calloway, l " lv I win X, ' ll' Q ' . 'L ' 'kv g D. Carlson. " .. f .N 'ff' 1 ' - ix ...fp W ll - 4 P Xl . ks. ' : l x . lil' iw l ll E 'Hel ll I l J' D. Carlson, D. Carpenter, F. Cassell, ' A -' I ,I J ' ll . c. Caswell, K. Chanlpayne, R. clropirr, - vga 'b N 3 , l S. Chapel, H. Chonls. f f , 'j -4 . "r .- -. , l f wr " ' 1- ,. ' 1 , ' ' 1' S l F' ' ' N ' I 1 . ' ' if' .,., R. Clflristenson, N. Christy, A. Clapper, A f qt .Q F, X 1- 5+ P. Clark, c. cloolarrglr, D. Collier, P. fl- ,, .. r .sw ' . .5 .Q , u ' if V 1 Colton, B. Conklin. ' ' gsm... N ' Q l -1 ' '-P 53? . nh . l 5 . l R. Cooke, C. Cooper, C. Cotie, M. Cox, V - " Q , W W W L. Crago, A. Cramer, J. Crichfield, R. 'P-:QD 2.43 4 X , Q I 5 'P 4 Czarncke. ' ' Z ' Y- "- - ' ' l V 'l ' ' ' fa, . 31' l X SAFE l ,A Niro l K 2 A V l P . K. Davis, B. Dean, D. Deephouse, A. A , l ' . D V. , ' DeJonge, C. DeVette, J. DeVries, M. ' A 'rfax -'sf' I X 'l 'IA Q 4 -.r, 5.24, Dietz, N. Dietz. - Q -Qf ' '11 r y - -gy H '- "1 " l J "' ' . 'gf' P P. Doctor, G. Dodge, D. Domcnt, B. "' . A r.. l r lvl Driscoll Nl D kema s. Q. L '. 9 rf - - is A Q D "F F' 'r r , Doope' ' ' ' Y ' .. .., or H4 N . 4- . .. ll l Eagles, B. Eckwielen. 4 '131 "7 . 'Q' T' Ag l l l - ' . Hzgr - 'sf ' ' . 'N - 'Salk l l .. . er .. L , A .. l l 1 - M -Q ' Q - .N Q E. Edlund, S. Edson, V. Edwards, P. l A 1. .I l r- 5 .1 Q.l,"'l. X ' Ekstrom, J. Erickson, S. Erickson, J. 1 5 V. Q - 1 SH-2 ' ? 'lifts v' 'l 'X Essenberg, C. Evans. l ' r "Q-5.2 X ss., . 'l 1" ' . l "' 'i K fl? " YS' .. 5 .l .X .Q X ' " ,- rio... is N ll ' l . sa J 5 4 F. Field, P. Field, J. Finkler, B. Fire- , . Q . Q 'A . . . . r -if Q3 " . ' -V , , g -- L . stone, J. Flsher, B. Flsher, A. Fltch, H. . ,. U, P Q . E r... .o-..x I . ff ' . 2, jx of' 'AT' Fitzpatrick. l A . .' A - - ' ,f MI- , K XI ,L ! . l at L A ' N L. Flickema, S. Frampton, G. Fredricks, , VW, , "Q, xiii: . ra' l LM B. Freiberg, J. Frizzell, N. Fuller, C. b . 6, b sr- Fullz, B. Galalda. m P " A Al A J P J - . 1 ,M 5 M. Garvey, J. Gee, J. George, K. wg , 1 Q 1, WF 1. '25 Glofrko, r. Goooorr, c. Gr.-sian, J. b " " L E 'P "W ,. Hansen, S. Happeny. ' X. . pro. -A F- L l , ' o l' r- so -- l- r A . xls P 1 ll of -N K: y Q S. Harpster, P. Hasper, A. Haverkate, 't' x in X , 5 75 . r-.2 E rl Q32 r, ,Q D. Henriksen, S.'Hendryx, S. Henry, H. l A 5 I-4, Q . r f . 43? . '-if - f-fr llorloor, R. l-lorloor. R s ' x .. r" ' .. rf 'Si' D' , .W l W y 1 y ,. ' . J ls. l-llll, D. lllrrkloy, s. Holler, P. Holm- l " . . ' ', 'H 'N Vw Q ' 'W l, 'A '57 gren, C. Homfeld, M. Hopkins, B. W y ay - ,gf ' lg . Hovey, D. Hozer. 1. Q '. Q. 'L' vi- ' 4 l .P ' J , 128 lil .ll ..- ,,3w, Q, nga if 9- , , . s, , . X. as , xg-N 3 - t , 'iq Q -5, Bm, Q fs... H . ,gt , 33 . . , 1' A ' e f .-F 1- .Q 4 . ,J sv '. "' J b ' x , W 5 ,., ,Y -il I 4 'md ,nf 11 5-ef ,gs 3 2 A '1 ,L Q.. ... S ss sz V W ft L, 4 Q K 3 3 ' W J. J 4? 1 ' ,T 4:9 +4 . , J es 1 -A 1- Li wx 7 '. , If L 3' . ffz X -gf ' f --A ,U i C ' 'W Q New - ,:,.,:' f 1 1- .f a . 'A 3 . V Y - ' 1 3 1 J-, l-2 - ,j"'1 . .1 ' '. ". f-5? 'sy DF nf' : J an , 'C , f' ' tx 'wg , ' I 7 X? 6f4gX'i4"j.fQ5.. . -V 'ax -- ,F agx I ,Q .2 'wf V 5' V A . ', .' If lla. ' is A L. Moore, P. Mahoney, B. Makemson, B. Marchido, M. Mars, D. Martin, J Martin, B. Mason. E. May, N. Mayo, J. Mayrose, R. Mc- Dermott, J. McMahon, G. Medendorp, C. Menges, A. Meyers. B. Mirhelmon, G. Middlecamp, N Mikesell, B. Mines, K. Moessner, C Mooers, N. Moon, R. Moore. S. Morris, M. Mosler, J. Murphy, J Nelsen, L. Nolan, J. Nolen, J. Nugent F. Oden. M. Olsen, K. Olson, A. Ouwerkerk, P Pastori, S. Pattison, H. Paul, B. Peet, D. Percy. S. Petersen, D. Pixley, M. Polak, B Prater, M. Predko, C. Prins, D. Prow P. Rademaker. A. Hubbell, C. Hudy, R. Hughes, M Humenick, S. Humphreys, C. Hutchin- son, M. Irwin, M. Jackson. C. Jager, M. Jensen, D. Jeppesen, H. Johnson, J. Johnson, M. Johnson, R Johnson, R. Johnson. V. Johnson, B. Joslin, J. Kalavitz, J. Karel, M. Karr, V. Keillor, D. Kiel, D. King. J. Kirkpatrick, K. Kison, H. Kline, K. Kloosterman, R. Knop, S. Knowles, C. Koontz, C. Kotlewski. S. Kraft, P. Krogman, S. Krogman, B. Lackey, S. LaCore, M. Langler, E. Lar- away, M. Lawrence. K. Lawrence, G. Leach, W. Leonard, N. Lindback, G. Lindblom, A. Lindstrom, J. Logan, D. Loomis. ff' Digi? La , Q. 4- .. "t 5 G' 9 .L fl, 'All 'L D K ' L Y" A -4 N Q ...il 'si I , . ' ,fa-5 I . , Q , -L g ' . M wa - Xx- ff 3, ',, 2 5. wr: ,Q 5' I kv J lb 2 ,Q A .. if . N ,S-as b an an , - . 'if 'lx , D ,im Q 1 ' ,M e of s.. V. f oi ,. ,J . 'F J .' 4 'J 3 A 'J J LQ ' 7 ' Q Q if sf LM' if K .fr " Q, it f ir HYQK if ...CA R . f. L .L 2 -..z' is V Q E me t fx: V I Q, ,t sg - 'Q ...J "W fr: A . , 2 4 fm . I . b . , ,.,.,. z it. E f-Q, ykq., i In lv x l , N tsts w L 1 f , osst .t . as-. , 2 ' . .i 1 - ett ia Mi ,.-' , T.: 1- W f 'm g' Q 1 1. 5' Q Qi? . Q' f if f '1- KL 0 Q Q Y lim., K -..,- Q Q. . ' K 412. ' ', 3 .'., '- J . ,Qt w 53 ' A . 4 X 'f ' tL', ' f 7 , 1L9 Q -'J-f' ' - T reid? ,Q - ki: R was n. .Q if C913 . - ' N-" -4 'Z "' ' . no "f , G ' only l r ' lk 3,5 ,dr '- 1 ...... ,F , f w J . p.., A l 'l Q. 1 ,:. 7' lar. A' . .9 . N A 58 Nl' , to L33 J- . . fx . I' QQ: E w -Y ., VV A in -' ! X- we-, . ' B. Rodewald, S. Raymond, D. Reck- nagel, L. Reed, W. Reed, B. Reek, E. Robertson, D. Rocker. J, Rollins, N. Rose, R. Rose, E. Rowe, M. Rummett, K. Russell, S. Rust, P. Ryan. R. Ryke, J. Sampson, D. Schlueter, W. Schmidt, J. Schmieding, P. Schuiteman, L. Schulz, J. Schutter. xv: J .Q , 'T 4' , . lg " . b b Q 1 ' :E - A' A U K, , J. Seastrom, J. Seelman, B. Seelye, R. It 1. 'A :QMS L. V-Fi?" 'if , ' Q Aw.. ii. "lf, Seifers, R. Seibel, M. Seites, L. Sepura, ' C 'H-.,-5: -A yi --'ll ' G- 5l1ClW- -:: -. .- . N., -Q... Q53 J, 5 .. g. ' 'f , 5: - .i D. Shockey, J. Sibson, T. Sirotko, J. g 'H ' - :fl h 'i W G ".. lyvg . " I ' ' Sheringer, A. Smith, C. Smith, E. Smith, 5 5-P 11, ,. V J. smith. we ?kWgl'M?wQ tau Wf S I if ' . 5 ' ' n--'v AX:-.ll 'I L vi Q. V J Wk.-iv.. - R 5 'th L s I N s ' v ,I Q. r Q r 3 " . mr , . o man, . qurre, . M1 - il! i ,. L W' "Q '-.C img Stanley, M. Steener, N. Stadt, L. F' E ii ., 3 - K V .5 X ' Sturgis, M. Swanson. Y -. . ' i f 'few be ' . . 'cn Q '1- :1.f': " :Ei:QL.' Q -5NQ:L5sf55 " -9 "1-P' 'X EMA-V 'ral 'f I5 ":" .ah B. Swift, S. Thompson, J. Timmer, G. A H mm I , 2' y N .- rindull, D. Todd, K. Tousey, G. rox- ...X 1 P if y " -'S :sy- opeu5V S. -I-Yrenl xdfilf, tiki , :gm-F . SQ - ll, E -...fi - X '. W 3 .gg 'V ' Q t X I V J. VanDeKopoel, B. VanderBoegh, V. ,qs ix , l H L. A t VanDinther, M. Vledcler, D. Veenstra, ' iq -, - - ' , l - df: '72 - My ' 4-few ' Q.. W S. Verhl, M. Vugteveen, G. Wachter. .V 73 it H . 15 A. .my -...gf w 'V H l lst . 1 N'-' l D. Wacker, J. Walton, A. Warren, M. Warren, N. Westfield, B. White, K. Wickerink, R. Wickerink. N. Wiegand, B. Wierengo, M. Wier- sma, J. Wightman, M. Wilkinson, J. Willett, J. Wilson, B. Wiseman. B. Wolters, R. Wood, D. Workman, H. Wright, B. Wyman, P. Yarbrough, M. Young, M. Young. M. Young, F. Zadonick, W. Zeanivick. 130 in-s ll . . J E ' F' L so ' si r - ' 'fe ' J -.-. - 1 . i ......, H E .,.' .s g in m y Q F g .. -. fx? Ftrs? 31? 1 , si 5 ",- - . . . o1-- 1 ' 4 .,, -'-e X .J . L J ww R il-sig' i z, .. ff, 1 'iw' DNN, will i?5.g::::Q. :f.:. A J X 'CZ "ss NX f " -' 1 ' ..., - . ' .'1' IW, Si, , 'i Q " A ' A' - .1 - ' t :'1 . s1:1fV - ' X I 1. i ' .... . ' 'X N XXX of F1 in -,l f . Q- .- , I IZ... Jack Seaslrom, Pam Movey, Mary Brown, ond Herb Kline make plans for the coming year. ! . if . 'N 1 ff- C' . C f ef.- 5 ' hi -74 Q . Q?-5' ' " A - r .L . 'iw A . l-: ,.. 9. x . LWZBL-9 -J J 'A -J .'f"9' Q gp 'Q " Ji, X Q, . .,,- , -a 1 4- yr 9 .- 'AU 11 M X ll J x li' QQ. ' 3 Q Ale' - fn 'mf 17 I f . sy T Q ll -f B "a' Q .. 4 X on FN K '. 1 "N-V' Q Q 'L' V' v 151 .1 1' - L if T e - A . ' I ' -fl lux, -. '17, 1 - ' ' f ia as ca N N , D: K. Abbott, D. Anderson, C. Arnson, M. Bailey, A. Barbrick, N. Beaucamp, N. Bench, R. Blevins. T. Block, C. Boone, N. C. Brown, M. Brown, J. Collins, B. Cook, A. C. Daull, J. David, DeYoung. C. Dobb, D. Drent Egner, M. Elzinga, T. C. George. Branch, M. Broil, M. Buil, M. Carr. Cowles, S. Cross, G. Dempsey, E. L Dykema, D. Fuller, M. Gclbel, B. Gould, C. Hall, N. Harrington, B. Hawk, M. Hildrelh, S. Hodges, C. Hoover, L. Hopkins. N. Hughes, D. Israel, S. Jedrezak, B. Johnson, B. Johnson, M. Johnson, B. King, L. King. 131 S. Klang, S. Knevitt, D. Kolkema, A. Kam, D. Kuck, s. Larabee, s. Leaf, ' A-Q ' , -'fi' A 1 C. Lindstrom. ' . ' K ' ii in V 4 A N .N C ., .. L ef f R. Lorenz, J. Morehouse, l. Moreen, P. Y ,W , Movey, L. Nielsen, J. Norstrom, E. it , , Q X , Q 4 4 o'sfsen, R. odmufk. " er v -' f , , 4 ... H H ' X . N ,ve A - Y' , AA ' U L , X -1 H. Paulsen, L. Peterson, R. Peterson, B. il I Ramsey, K. Rasmussen, H. Richard, W. rp, 15 4? 3 Hi Q , i . , -dv K Ritter, G. Rogers. x 1, 1 b i , ' -' It L 1 ' L E. Rork, 5. Sandberg, J. Sandin, S. -',,, g Schuler, E. Seeley, H. Semelbauer, C. 5 . 2 r ' " Vi ' ' Q Sietsema, G. Smith. r' V, "' 'K ' Q 3' , j w ft, H ' 'fr t .JJ S W 'l ky? ' J. Smith, L. Strong, R. Tischer, E. Titus, , I ,W - C. Tobin, R. Tousey, J. Trebilcock, N. -, "4 , ', 34 , Q- . 1' f -Y ' N " , . J l 1,.., R ' . Tourl. X fy .y . -15 , S, l, , ,Q 'X I W li - ' 0' L M fr . 'ai .l B. veldmun, D. waiters, s. Wells, R. . 5 4 Q Westfield, A. wheelef, B. white, D. ' 1 y 'W if ,l x Wikman, N. Witte. Z t 'f --If " K ,N N , a x . .. ,V - r 2 .1 'A A A. Woodard, J. Zeller, ft 7 , J' 3 . AS, J I A . 3 if 1232 Howard Johnson, Dave Wikman, Bob Tousey, and Dale Walters, Junior quartet, strike a chord. I .v i Sophomore girls calling members to work on on organization committee. T. Adams, F. Albrioht, N. Ahnefeldt, B. Alexander, P. Andersen, D. Ander- son, D. Anderson, I. Anderson. M. Anderson, P. Anderson, J. Archom- bault, M. Archer, S. Ashcroft, J. Atkins D. Balcom, N. Balcom. I H. Ballas, J. Barber, C. Barnes, D, Barrett, D. Barton, N. Bastian, T. Bat- ten, J. Baxter. J. Boyne, J. Bectel, T. Bectel, R. Beegle, J. Beerman, P. Bell, S. Bickford, K. Bigelow. apiamazea , , , Who could fit in with the "progress" theme better than the sophomores 7 For these tenth grade1's will be going forward with MHS for the next two years. By now they feel at home in our school and have already made their mark. The boys have worked together for the Little Reds football and basketball teams. Both boys and girls have been unus- ually active in speech and dramatics work- and in all kinds of other activities. By the time these students are writing their own annual, there will have been many important changes around our school. We can't see what they will do and the changes they will make, but we have no doubts about their ability. As you look over their names and pictures on the following pages, we are sure that you will be proud to have them carrying on for MHS. A Q ' 3 . "' 4 ,Loy 556- J -5 aff- C f T' -r 1' M- sf JL! sz: -'J v ' A. , X' I . 1 'J-my , ,r .Q W . -Q I, - .,': vw 'F '12 Z . 4-a -f v 'S , ., s-4 ' z -' " .T . -ey as --'- .gg 4-Q ' Lf-A -1 1 i Ai 'Nw .4X'i4'vQN7AuQ V Y 'xv J -.I hi -- -V K L , ' . A..-we-4. sf N. . ' - t ' .a ar , .ft 2- -2 4' 4. Q I-if 'J ' ' 4 f t A . , Wy .W . . , . I. x Q i .mr Y' 5, V g V ' L. , 1 pq f' l , I g . 1 ,S V I , N .X 3, i. v Q- V 1 , K ps. x f A 133 A 2, 4 ,, , .7 , f- .A .5 I . f, ap ' K. alfa, c. Black, D. Blohm, P. Blohm, w 1, '7 4 . 9- L ,, 5 . X WI- mx ,,. 1 -M? ,N lt, A: l ' M. Bloomqulst, D. Bodenhammer, K. f xt' dw Q- 7. ' Borns, D. Bourdo. r -' , A ,l ' . V ': - .4 JS A B. Bowen, P. Bowman, K. Boyd, P. ' .J ' I W. N f ' Q - " f lf. -: if l 52,3 Boynes, D. Brace, J. Branch, B. Brewer, 'J . V x ,.. V3 ' P. Bristow. , z an V 3 V . Q qu 0 A- J. Bronson, A. Brown, A. Brown, B. 5 f 'fx A, .5 - MC -5, 8 Brown, S. Brown, J. Bryant, M. Buiten- My 1 hu . md .x .V .15 I I l dorp' I - , l 11 Q ' 1 Xml ' - A 'll -le l X l J X .Q . 4.431 l. . w 3 1 ,, wi ' Y , fl F5-,QM , V .. A R. Canning, E. Carlyon, D. Caughey, Az. f"'w, it U. 17,4 V. ' .ML l ' P. Chamberlain, K. Chambers, J. Chap- ' " Ly--X A , y F - 42 . el, s. Childs, J. Church. ' A Q il . '. ' .. -Swv , , ,.. , I J .1 ,J V -v V' ...Q H. Clapp, J. Clevinga, H. Camp, B. ': .ij V, 5 .ENE X . - ,M My Cockran, D. Cole, F. Conroy, D. Cook, ki N rl V, A i X' ,Tr NS - Km M. Cooper. ' 'arf' l .l , .,:a...,, . W" 1 QS .,.. . .. . ' r - . , . lf. 1. xl N l is , gy. I iii EF girl A 9: -,J R Q. Q: 'Jr A--Q R. Cooper, L. Corinti, S. Cox, B. Craw- l- :aa . .fi 5 A as K. L ford, R. Creamer, A. Curow, J. Daigle, l -f 'W ' h 'T Fw. ' . A M. D I . ' X I vii. " v we ' l. l . . 4- vw-sw-3 W" on J. Danielson, M. David, T. Davis, G. A N H J E .555 I ' l A gf. f Dennison, B. Derby, M. DeVrieS, R. ff ' 3 - M l' 'J 2 La In Q 9 Dewin, B. Dillard. 1 l-..Q- 'C ' A- if . 1. j we ' X ""'- ig, .W--5 X- .3 - h - 5? -1 Nl' H- is A 4 .semi L . ,- - H D. Dixon, J. Dobb, C. Drennan, T. ,Tm Q . -W., ' U ' is ' Drozd, C. Dunham, P. Durother, M. il W 3' -3,15 .. , E R' W ' f 1 K o kt , E. E . . " " ' ' Y S la mmons . "ll :Q . ' , -' 'ff' -hs at S w"ll i,ss 'L l Wa t h- L. Engle, R. Ewalt, R. Fairfield, S. Fair- L.-. F, Q ' ' -, wa A , o 7 . field, N. Farquhar, S. Fay, L. Felcoskie, .1 .. .IQ 'x' ' E ' - ox 'Q E : -- , " ' l l ' 'i l ' R- -' V .Mb I 4-fri ,. F" lr y . . B. Fielstra, M. Finkler, R. Firestone, M. .Q ' .. Q, ' ,Q 0 il. , ' Fischer, B. Fitch, B. Flowers, B. Flow- V., 1 , 3 Qx ,K , J'-',,4, ers, C. Fongers. Q' M .. F: -2,7 fx . X " . 'F 1 gh..." new J. S X., Qi V gf ' if .X L 'N If its 'V' "nl Q. ' . X ' 52 " A S. Fortney, L. Fowler, W. Fox, P. R sa ' ' V- 1. .. - . ' - Frampton, K. Frasier, J. Fultz, G. Gard- "' X , 1 l , L lk .14 ' ner, B. Gelinas. K i ' ' .. ,M 1 ' W4 . x 4 1.4. QA K WW W l ' . ,X .B l 1 x L. AlllU4ll""Ll"':l'i! l A l .5 R. Genter, D. Gereau, P. Gicey, B. .X Q , .1 l ' X .. ' H clllqfd, J. Gleason, G. Golden, P. 413. G K 3 Q Q fr !! if Goloversic, B. Gonez. ,I ,. ,fl " A - 5 ' fi ' l J , -' 'M . . x, ,J 134 my G. Gonzalez, B. Gordon, L. Gorlesky, Q i ' ,. - 4 2 - N ,., .3 A. Greene, G. Greeno, N. Grim, S. , 'l..-' -1 ,A . .5 A 'ei .2 'F ,. Grimm J Gritzmaker "f l ? " ' ' V ii : 'T' P. Gustafson, B. Gunst, P. Guy, A. gm b . V, Haken, J. Hamil, L. Hanson, M. Han- , L3 ,O . JJ. ' .V A.. son, E. Hariu. V .. f - 44 N1 1 - .fi R L. Harp, G. Harris, S. Harris, L. Haugh- .a .9 Q A Q ey, G. Hauson, E. Hazekamp, Y. Held- W . X 4 9' Q., , 1 M , A - '. ., 1 .3 -I . . X . - J 5 emann, F. Hepler. V- 1 W- N r - b is fa. U .. e . . , , X V v we ' .. 'al .. R. Herbert, L. Herlein, R. Hern, J. Ks ,K , , ,W ,,, 'ae I Q Hesse, L. Hieftie, P. Hsu, M. Home, r, ', 3 'S ,, , ' '. L. Holly. A . ' W ' 'R - ' . N- . X -. "- f X 0 2 .. Y . -' ' l 1 ' 'fs ' ' -f. '-Alxialr at J. Holman, R. Holmes, B. Horsley, J. .gg i 1,3 ,R ' .Ji 1 Houseman, D. Huffman, J. Hughes, :Ip 'fi ,W '3 QQ 'nk L. Hulings, J. Hunter. l j .- 4 ' -gr 4 Q. . ff. or X. M7 J B W A f' 3 'L . A L l 4' ' E. Ives, M. Jacobsen, C. James, D. 3 N . 5 F E Jazdzyk, C. Jewell, A. Johnson, B. Q' Tax A .+I 'Z' 'f " f" 'tidijm V Johnson, R. Johnson. . LF" q -rx ' , xv 'J ' X ' wi s r -Q3 . . es W , A X Aj AL- 'I A t AN tu F , N , Q, H 3, Q Q A 1' C. Jones, J. Joneson, H. Karel, B. .. gi ,S I wr . iw V , Kelly, P. Kenter, M. Kiel, M. Kienke, W' lx 5' -'Y' f -' . 3 J. Kinting. A A 9 ' ln A ' x ' . I ' ' xx . 'K " -T E. Kissling, L. Kleyn, R. Klinger, R. . -"ZR" 3 l '-fp.: gm .v Kluck, M. Kortman, Z. Kalward, D. . .L :- ,ef - J .N N? -1+ Kamp, E. Koski. . B . fe af A of :Q A Q . " . ,, 'J ev .Q 7 X42 A . In " l L H . ,, , J m ,Qu 3, Q W, I l-" U 'Q R' liavvg es ' "r' so .Lg g.. is L L. X W ---' . AQ h 'wh--. Ll Q J L. -'E lx 0.4.1 LA J. Kowalski, M. Kramer, J. Krueger, J. Kurtz, M. Lahr, G. Lambkin, M. Lan- caster, J. Lange. R. Lange, M. LaNoutte, N. Latsch, J. LaVere, J. Lehman, T. Lewis, R. Lin- strom, P. Long. A. Lovell, M. Loughery, R. Lowry, E. Luellen, J. Lusk, B. Maddix, J. Mo:- ceau, D. Mark. R. Markham, V. Marsh, J. Marshall, R. Martin, T. Martinez, R. Martz, B. Mastricht, P. Mathews. 135 The 1952-19523 school year has been a fateful one for Muskegon High School. The graduation of the June, 1953 class marks the end of an era. With Mr. Manning retiring, Mr. Knudson leaving, and the Junior High School moving to new quarters, life on the campus will be different, somehow. Let's take a look back over the year- this year that marks the end of an era- and the beginning of a new one. Q Q,-. M. Matteson, D. Matthews, P. Mot- 5 , ' I ,' ,, 2 tg A' rhews, N. Mccuu, H. McCallum, M. -,,. -t "ff A. ig .. ,Q 1-'fi' T . . McClure, P. P. McGregor, V. Mclntire M? J if V' A A . ' My ,' - ' l I X ' fl X H A .. 5 Y K ' 'ffl' f 'X ... A D. McMichael, J. McMillan, J. McPl1er- 3 it wg 5 Q. ., son, N. Mercer, J. Metheny, B. Meyers Lx' 7' ' , 159' ' N ,Q - ,QQI G. Maddrewmp, s. Mane.. 1 5 5 " of ' wg .gy 5 Y N 'W , . T. Miller, B. Mines, T. Mines, M. Mitch- Q5 A r 7 5 Q 4: ay. 4 1, ,3 I ell, L. Moon, l. Morrell, B. Morse, J 1 M ' ' 9 -A :Liv , Inj. 'I' W Mgghef, IX ---35? 1 '21 V. 1 . N, -- X- U -, '16 I W -. .1 h W 'J X ,xy . 3. c. Mualin, P. Mulder, K. Mulready, R Q , 3 f y V 'P 5 , , 1 .W Q Murphy, D. Muyskens, G. Neal, M " . J 1 E L ff .JL ,gr Hg. 'Q " yr 1 , -wi Nedervelt, J. Nelson. N r -' V ' 3 3.-' Q. gg "P ' 1 if P' 'T' .f . fl Q . R. Nelson, 5. Nelson, W. Nelson, B Q S A N 'I Q W A 7 Q Nenis, P. Norris, S. Netzler, M. Neu- ' 4' , Q' -V 45' I WIN? . fx " rdf? mon, B. Ogren. I S Q? . fr' 4 , V' 5 fa. 'f 7 ' , N' 5 f n "-' vs.. ., X L .X . Y..Qf,1f.e ' - s- V. Ohst, P. Otworth, R. Oudsema, J -Q . , Q, 'Q WM I A Paquin, D. Parks, J. Parsons, C. Patow, .Wi .A ' ,Q . . "" L. I V. Pan. 1 , - '13, S' 93? ' --'A Y, - N ff. .l l L . A 3 3- . ,1,.1- ' 3 .ta C- . "' 1. E, D. Patterson, T. Poulik, E. Pearson, S I.. l' :U ' 9 . l' V LJ. Ti Pedersen, J. Peterson, E. Perry, D N b V - 4 . ' "T , f' " ' .. - Pfeiffer, D. Pierce. '. xx , -s J N 'i N 5 . n. milf' "iv A "gif . :all iss - 5 A - H - , gf .A 4' ,: , J, E V , T. Plumhoff, F. Poe, B. Pomeroy, J l' ,-A ' 'ev F ' 'fl m"'f 'fi' ,.,.f ,-. Porter, P. Poulos, B. Prater! S. Prell 971' Q 1 --sf V ' li xi: 'A' " M. Price. f P' s 1 im ities A P Q , IT- 4, V-7 qi?-vs sc, S -5. MQ' A. Ramirez, P. Rasey, B. Reed, R. Reed ""'l , l ,K -gs, .K my 'fr C. Rinckey, P. Risk, J. Reuter, J. Robar 1,4 -V 3' qjff 4 . rr" l L , R 3 3, S :gf L. Robbins, M. Roelofs, J. Rogers, C f "' -A T -"' R' KR ssh' Nsh ht Q-iw, My b -M . W . V ,Q x QI clan, . osen, . o rn, . c ac as . T, I-.f P' 7 - .W ' 'A' R. Schmidt. T l . Q. 1 so W . ' t -A--. - E. A iii. - A Jr ' 2 x Q, .. N 5 ...wx x r A 4 , b 1' , Q R. Schultz, V. Scouten, G. Secher, C 'f-, 3-G 'r -V4 V, Y 'fix Sl ,,-. Shcnty, M. Shaw, R. Sheffer, E. Shet- EXV 'T -rr, ,g -3' Q., .17 terly, P. Shriver. vt . . Q .ew gg W . ..'-I Y .- mln , A ,. 1 F A , ' - 5. H. Shriver, D. Sima, C. Singleton, R. eafmg' fl? r, Q, ' ' A ,'.,, sipe, s. sinser, J. sum, J. sion, A. ff - I ' ,- , - ' 15 R ff smith. .' "M V . . P " ' . - ' X 1 1 .. V 3 Q, . x Q C . , . .19 his-1 l... is 4.55. .s 1 J .s s ' , lwww 136 1. 1 l-V Q., A - -few--an--v-v--vg - . - ,A -. fi 1 ei' 1 X waxy 1 A Sw g J ' 4-I.. , .. SN if ., i, S- 'Sn f ' Li X x X -N PM N , . Q 6 S .P . .H Q' C 5 Q, 1 'ji' +1 iw' ggi J 1.2 .Q . Je . - i 1 x 1 1.1 N- ' ' s. '-., 'P X I is Eh -xt ' 3 P ' N b.V V 1, 6? L1 , V .A - -N, 1 4, i. V Q R T., vw 53+ QA - si nw-iw' , Z . Y .,g. ,.., . 5 if-37 53,-...Q N"' N' ' ly 7 1. f. ' -D I ns... A as . X K. Welbes, B. Welc, M. Wernstrom, P West, N. Westfield, J. Westphal, L Wheeler, H. Wichier. J. Wierda, J. Wierengo, L. Wiese, J Wiesf, J. Wilde, Wilkerson, C. Wil- liams, C. Williams. . 'r.,. -Q C. Willick, J. Wilson, M. Wilson, C Winters, M. Woifon, G. Wood, J Wood, B. Worden. J. Workman, D. Wuriz, R. Yonkers, P Youmans, D. Welinski, R. Ziehow, D Zimmer, B. Zirk. P. Zirk, C. Zuidema. ' .1- r,, QF 9 gm, - ... 7' :Yi . - r 1 A . f- ' ww gn ' 5 .J i I . Q M - Ark, S. x , . . X. '-.4 i f so ' ' A ,, aw. ,I . ein ' . J' . 4 'Q "M, as , 5 fyllsgf . . . A N. 7 r "' 4 'i r 'LZ' P F! f Q ii ,af- ,fy .. 6' .-- -sf' Q ng 'JE .J C.: -'H WT we svn g?.s..L.i A. Smith, C. Smith, J. Smith, A. Sokall, P. Somero, J. Sorensen, l.. Springer, S. Springslead, M, Spurgai, A. Stanley, N. Stafhis, P. Stevens, S. Sfidham, M. Stewart, G. Strail, D. Slubbs. M. Swain, C. Swanson, J. Swanson, C. Swift, K. Swords, C. Siplon, J. Tieisorl, M. Timmer. B. Thies, P. Thomas, J. Thompson, Y. Thompson, A. Toman, I, VanEenenaam, P. Vanderburg, R. VanderKooi. L. VanMaas1rict, M. VanderMolen, C. Vanderslell, R. Vcmdersfelt, B. Vander- Wall, R. VanDyke, J. VanRiper, F. Varin. N. VonGlahn, N. Vredeveld, S. Veil- enheimer, P. Walker, S. Wamer, D. Waters, R. Waikinson, E. Webber. -,FQ NW: iii. , . K Q 4' as .5 . . 'Q' 'T ' .-TP' LLL - ji? li in J-gay ."'i 2 , X- , as Q haf.. Q "'I4 Q -- J . W A 40:45 'r 4-.Q mf' H AQ Q r , , l 4 l el I T J: al 'Y i an . '-s q .x . ' be GK z ... X ,.., 137 I I I I x., E. Ackerman, D. Anderson, J. Arne- berg, B. Ashley, R. Bassett, F. Bel- monte, l0-Ap R. Berntana, J. Bishop. E. Bleich, R. Blink, S. Beadle, G Brownlow, E. Brufladt, C. Carlson, C Carlson, A. Casadonte. B. Chapier, R. Clarke, R. Compeau, V Cousineau, R. Crawford, P. Curtis, D David, J. Dolinsek. N. Damant, H. DeHaan, L. DeVries, K DeYoung, A. Domont, R. Draper, 'IO-A J. Edlund, J. Egner. D. Engstrom, M. Estepp, R. Filins, M. Funkhouse, H. Flannery, T. Flickema B. Fox, V. Gee. P. George, B. German, M. Gilbert, M Gillette, G. Goke, P. Greer, S. Hamil M. Hardin. 138 .Aw lv. Jim Saylor, Bob Hathaway, Marilyn Storm, and Sharon Engstrom, sopho- mores, make use of library facilities. 'AG-l ar' 36' .:9 7 I :Z i ll ' -4 4 - N 3 li .4 fl E! B .fln A I ' A .X -Fw by 6 D 'nfl .L-F fi .. y 1 'H " nl - . A " . ig. .ze - -2 3, M.-if if .- 1 Q f l -:fi :ww 41 :gy I-1 ,figs A sq if 5 Cr- - X P , ,X-f JL J. P 1 -I V' 'aiiil ind if -T 4 2.56 5-I . 'A E52 fr V 7- ' ' 1 H '- Y X K -:v xl , 4 3 .. A -1 R. Harker, R. Hathaway, C. Heethuis P. Heiner, E. Hellman, D. Herman, D. Hodges, C. Hommes. Z F' I ,Q , " " A: ' , . A, V , I -4 ' - 3-A -4 I '1 Sw, --? an in -:r f ' s .. AE fb P! P G. Huttenga, 10-A, R. Jacobs, C. Jar- '34 A, . 23 F4 -- rr-7 may 'P "' les, N. Jensen, D. Johnson, S. Johnson f f ' -w , 'Y gl fi -, . D. Kendall, G. Kendall. vi -QW JL, I ,TW Y -V -A, . .' A 1-f' V' ' N 13 A -3 , .. K 5' 'G 3' , R. Keur, B. King, E. Klasno, R. Knapp, -3' . 44 .4 1, H Q- 1 A. Knoll, N. Kofhan, c. Kroeze, P. Kroll .gf , 'V f " 'ze f- J ' . 4 ' " .a wi 1' mv if f . J. Lange, B. LaPointe, L. Larson, 11-A V, , , 5 1 - 'Sw I taxa. ..' 3' M. LaRue, N. Latsch, J. Legault, C. , .4 ,, - Af., , .ff -9 , -. -., LeMieux, J. Linen. 4,4 V , , " M ,J hr, 1 f i J. I wh L45 F. Loko, C. Martin, A. Mitchell, K 4 ri. 2 X QE -si 4- .-In Mundi, J. Morse, J. Mosher, K. Neue- -' " 4: "' -f 3 , - 5: ing, L. Nelson. ,dj I K' K ' v? ' 'J J J ., xx J ' f-md I J R. Nelson, R. Olson, J. Vredeveld, R. "' A ,Q . , : 'W 4. .T A 5 Q Ott, V. Patrick, E. Pelkey, R. Perry, Q 939 ., , -1 L1 f ' 9 ,,, Petersen. - i 'fx . 1' I ' -is ,v ' '- f JA L 'L " M , A 3 ' 1- Q7 AL 2 C. Peters, P. Plekes, 5. Poland, J. Post- vl: J 9 ,QQ Q ,- gg ema, C. Potts, T. Potts, M. Ramirez, D. , ' , ...f 4. 1? Reed. l I'-I , ,,:, A, I 7' Q J ,Q Q 4 0 M. Reed, F. Richman, E. Sangster, H. ,, - -4 ' .J I ,A - :ir -.w , Saxton, G. Shaffer, C. Sheaffer, P. 7 Q jj ' ' M rj -, 'il Shriver, S. Slebelton. A I ti ,..,,, . 1 A - .: f - 3 - 1, A K. smith, G. spinner, IO-A, M. smash, 3 .1 J. .,, ' ., -4- I -A' ' Y. S. Smith, P. Staut, M. Storm, L. Strong, v J' 1 X '3' N '3' '7 'IO-A, D. Sturgeon. 1 . ox. I' J l J ,rp A 4 . - ,.. J. Sweeter, B. Thompson, E. Tiapes, G. 1 I -4 4 ' M., 'A Q, I ' 9 0' Twiest, P. Versalle, J. Vledder, P. Voss, , j, I ' " ' sl" fl. W. Wadkins. b A . N my A X f Q --rv ,- I' ,- --A. ' ' f ' 3 I E J n ' , R. Wagner, N. Wainwright, J. Walters, f-.Q ' -. "gf" ff" "' if D. weaver, P. warez, I0-A, w. wol- , ' Q 15? i I "7 ford, B, Worden, P. Andersen, 'IO-A. , - 'dl xt J ' 'll I' X 1 lx. 3 T. Lewis, 'IO-A, C. Rinckey, 10-A, J. 2. 1' - 'F ,Q Rogers, 10-A. 1 , W A 139 ,X WL? 2 K 7, M., Munn ,sim .XV 1 W is s es 5 ' ... jg 1 A ,,,A fy V M :. if 4' ' .u .S it : rr r A r ..v""" L. fy 4 4 II Business manager, Gordon Tiius, sells an ad ro Mr. Klevi, advertising manager, of Vondervelde's. Business and industry also have shown progress in the last few years. Many new processes have been introduced to produce the goods sold nationwide. Notice that the ad- E vertising section has undergone a change this year too. , 140 1 .. 7vmfex Za ,4daefzZ64me . . , American Coil Spring w,,, Arbor Floral Company rl,.l Baxter's ........,............... Brunswick ....o,..,.,.....,..,,.... Budd Jewelry Company ...,,, ,.,..,,. Buel's Shoes ......,,.....,,.,.... Boaz Shoes ..,Yv,e.,oe.,e.....,..,..,,.. ..,..... Campbell, Wyant 8- Cannon Chaddock, Winter 8. Alberts ..,... .,...,., Chadwick Drive ln ....,A,,,,.... ,....... Clocks ,...,..,.............. Coca-Cola Company ,Y,,,, Coles Bakeries .,,,,,..,,, Columbia Studio ...... Commercial Press ,,A, Consumers Power e,,,,,,,,, Continental Motors Corp. ,,,, s,,.... . Custer Dairy Bar ..........,, Dana Printing Co. Danuels .,....,..,..,.,.. Drelles .........,,... Earle Press Inc. ....,,,,,,,,, , Enterprise Brass Works ..... Factory Supply ...........,.. C. Felt ..,c..ssss,,.,..,... Garnaat Floral Co. ...,...........,...,,s... ,,,ss,,,,,,.,,. . Greater Muskegon Professional Photographers, Hackley Union National Bank .,...,,.,,,,...,.,,,.,., Hansen Town House ....,....., Lee Harding ....,....,..,r..A, HaroId's Men's Wear .sAA,.ss. Hasper's Sav-Mor Markets A Hathaway Motor Company Hllts ..s,s,.s,..,,.,..,..,...cc....,..c. Hostess .,,,..,,..,..,..,..,,.,.,.,.,., Alfred J. Hunter 81 Company Indeco .,s,,u,.,,s,,.......,.,...,..u. Jibson Drugs ..,.., Francis Jiroch ..ss 145 160 149 165 159 150 171 142 157 169 156 150 148 160 161 149 152 167 171 155 167 167 146 165 151 169 158 151 143 147 142 157 144 153 144 146 164 159 165 Cal Johnson ,,...,......A,,,,,,,, Jones Electric Company ,,,,,, A, Krauthelm s ,ss,,,.,,,,,s,,,...,,,,,,, ....,,,, Lakey Foundry Corporation ,,YA, ,,,,,,,, Lakos ,,,,.....,..,.,....,.,,s,,,,,,As,,,,, ,,,, , ,, Manning, Maxwell 81 Moore .....s ,,.r,,,, Matson's ,,,ss.,,,s,s.,.,,,,,..,,,..,,.,,..........,s,s....A,s,.,,, General Telephone Company of Michigan Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. ,cc,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Mills' Ice Cream ,.,.,...,.,,.,..,u.,,,,,,,, ....,s.. Muskegon Agency ....,....,...r.,.,..,s.s,,,, ,,,,,c,, Muskegon Federal Savings 8. Loan ,,,,, ,,,,,,,c Muskegon Bank ..,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,A.,,,c Muskegon School of Business ...s.,, ,,.,,,, Muskegon Theaters lnc. ....,.,,r ,,.,,,, , Muskegon Trust Company ,,,,. National Lumberman's Bank ......... ,,,,,,,, Office Machines Sales 8- Service ...... Office Supplies lnc. ,,s,,, ,,,,,......... ,....s. . Peterson Grocery ,,,, ...,,rsr Pine St. Furniture ..... ,,,,, , Y Walt Plant Stores s.,,s Pringle Insurance ,,,,,,, ......,. Pyle Pattern Mfg. Co. ..,. ....... . Quality Cleaners .s,Y,,, ,, Quality Food Stores A. Radium Photo ....,,r,,, Sanitary Dairy .,sr,, Sealed Power c,,,,,s,c..,,.,.,, Shaw-Walker Company ,,,,,, Snowhite Bakery ......,...,.... Square Clothing Company ,,,,,,, Steel Fabricating Company .,,,, Ted's Pant Shop s,..s,,,.,.,,,, Tourcotte ..,,,,,,,,, Vandervelde's ....,.. Vets Men's Wear ....,..... John Wood Company .....,, 156 144 154 163 165 145 163 168 163 149 159 142 147 150 162 149 153 160 148 155 162 155 161 153 147 146 154 155 166 154 157 152 161 151 145 170 167 148 Campbell Wyant and Cannon Foundry Company Tapping the electric furnace as the temperature of the metal is being checked with un optical pyrometer. Your Savings Account Invited 5 F .'-- ,.",.- 4 3 K ' I' '- f l y A .gif F " .V , l tzgf v ' :fill 'M' ' ff' ,' , -N 4 l 3 ' ' 11' ,.:- I 'fi " Q- , N- Q S., g . . 1 cl. A W- f "" ' Q , '?l'xl?'S' " 'A' 3 --2-. A ,Q - 4-1, fm .L " 1' 1 1 use ' , - 4 , 92' l Ll e ww? , ge I I MllSllEG0ll FEDERAL Sllllllllls 8: Harold S Men S Wear 854 Jefferson at Clay Black Front Building" on First Street 9360 fog 'zaflgy ANSEN OUS5 QWN You tried ihe rest, WILSON- SPORTING GOODS MERCURY OUTBOARD MOTORS Now fry the best. 'A' Hostess cnrzmun JONES PHONE 24-1037 EIEClII"iC COITIPBFIY 266 WEST CLAY AVENUE ' H ATHAWAY MOTOR COMPANY mt," af i X, -fryv' B . Ng. J x X. ' I -:bw Q Cm? ,X ig, "fps, vga., ft 3' V I -.0 12, ,f v- ,LN j, .x ,wif P' J it N X4 r Shaw-Box Plant of MANNING, MAXWELL 8. MOORE, INC. Eight Acres of Floor Space Utilized To Build Cranes, Hoists, ond Overhead Loud-Handling Equipment Exclusively ONE OF MUSKEGON'S OLDEST INDUSTRIES J it , ' 62 ' puffy AMERICAN COIL SPRING COMPANY 5 UL EW kr 1. the year's story .. - 7 , . .1 'W . ' f ' k -4 f bf. gm. . Jri -uvw. '40- sx, , .1 .V up . 1 -i 1 1 . -6.513-19 ii 4-1 'll li 4 11 9915 Op 4"""fSr F000 Shczfdae daefz ?aade 127 Stores Serving Western Michigan THERE'S ONE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD ElliQrpl'iSl! Blmss WVUIIKS Manufacturers of Plumbers Brass Goods-Brass, Bronze and Aluminum Castings Muskegon, Michigan COMPLIMENTS OF ALFRED J. HUNTER G' COMPANY HENRY AT LAKETON MR. GEORGE MANNING KNOWS QUALITY CLEANING TOO in f .ii lg' Qi? i QUALITY DRY CLEANERS 1504 Scrnforfi Graduation . . Graduation is onIy the beginning: Now you start with your A B C's in learning to save. THE MUSKEGON BANK ee .Ziff my PORTRAITS SHOP II TERMINAL ARCADE BUILDING PHONE 2-7422 MIJSKEGON, MICHIGAN Member Greater Muskegon Professional Photographers Association Y ,Yr ra .gggfr 5' lim 'r L-f5?93f' 3 Evergthing for the I home and office desk 06612-2 .gu,2,2A'e1, gnc. 335-337 Terrace SI- Serving Greater Muskegon and You MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN Co eries I JOHN WOOD COMPANY - BENNETT PUMP DIVISION MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN FOREIGN SALES OFFICE: 29 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY Compliments of MILLS ICE CREAM A Muskegon Trust Company A COMPLETE TRUST SERVICE WALTON AVENUE lOpposite Court Housel LET CAREFUL DAN THE BAXTER MAN DO YOUR DRY CLEANING AND LAUNDRY. Baxter Launderers 81 Dry Cleaners Peck St. at Holbrook - Phone 2-2672 0 Harold A. Hansen 2349 Luke Shore Drive, Muskegon Graduated from Muskegon High School- 1925. Started with CONSUMERS POWER COMPANY 3-9-25 cxs Clerk. Present posi- tion, Accounting Supervisor. Q .:5,..... S r J' YQSX S X T 2. 7 "Having a Coke is Part of the Fun" You can lecrrn to write 100-120 words per minute in six weeks with Speed- writing. Students planning to enter col- lege or the Armed Forces can benefit greatly with Speedwriting. Summer Term: Iuly 8, 1953. MUSKEGON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Q I fuel 5 .fines 333 W. Western MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN FOLLOW FIRST STREET TO MY DOOR AT 1205 THIRD STREET 0 PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE! 0 FIRST FLOOR STUDIO COMPLETELY EQUIPPED! 6. Felt Studia 1205 THIRD PHONE 24-5424 Specializing in Pants--Sweaters-Jackets 2l2 W. Western Ave. Saving Helps You Enjoy Lifel Good savings habits often mean the difference between iust "existing" and real living enioyment-with that wonderful feeling of security and purpose. Get The Savings Habit Now - Open A Savings Account Today. The Hackley Union National Bank Western at First G1-eater Mu5keg0n'S Largest Bank Broadway near Peck Muskegon Muskegon Heights Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 151 3 :ll I I 9 . i'.K il if ll ll Il' , Xt 6, lxg CQ' 3 '1"iT5?xiSSY'iEQi1x, Q' X 5 N.NxQQ.,.sNs.r. ,NXANX-sssyssfg Q X- xv N 'X N SX MU5KfGX'S SINEST STOIE . x X: ks - mmmaxwwuwm.wnm ' - ron msn Ano novs EQ f xxfkx X Wm ,N ' ' -X-Args.-is ,Q .xv ,LQ X N x X xxxx is 559 XNSXXQN A Jlay Success fbflozw the Weniors , LlfZl'0llg!ZOZlf zflze years Lv CONTINENTAL MUTURS CURPURATIUN 5 A 'vis Q A 'X- ff' 1 QYPx', - 91 Aurog Q Z Q 5. x Q + 0 U V f -XA sl CB 2 E A XQQIJ ff gf WM ff A it if xy 0 xx? H' Vp K4 '73 AGRIGUX-X , '45 5 ' 'VE , If-pf,,ff PAINT HARDWARE . Z WH, Q A i2O5A,ZLACE National Lumberman's Bank gT3USTe5j:.QfV 1 it-+V. 1 ,,,,...-.- 1-S -,Pl 1 U-f il t' - -1 i 1 'K - - 9 v . .- -- ....-.- . I 5 -A - .,-..-...f Krauthei.m's MAKE RADIUM PHOTO SERVICE vnu' pnnmgmphi: 'lL"Sf.E.".I'U1' I Ul'Ui"5' lfl'i'5" UTC 1T!2"5'TTl2l3:."'T ro-YF " :":' icq-1 -'T'- Q ' 42 SVEF.-12 W alt Plant has the Largest Selection of ' Television and Appliances in Muskegon. D AIC ..,,.-N--,.--- -- Q.- - --'-:' ,' -: ------, --- , si I- ,- --,L, ,-.. 4 IANIELS gANl1ARy PETERSOYS DAIRY jbr Better Food COMPANY THE BEST A M Llaff ask ,roar ilblyblior 'ECC 'ec S A 7--I fa ZZ I I I -XI Q k' f7' ' an Ji :L:f. E'f ' ' --Q-Q ,I ,J The campus was alive with color. Fallen leaves rustled underfoot, and the rays of the sun, streaming through the trees, formed brilliant shafts of light in the haze of smoke from countless bonfires. Fall had come . . . and with it, the start of another school year. Whoops! Mr. PauIson's working overtime again! 12 , 15525. 'lqifk 714- E . , : 'sk-ivsfy, - isa- L11 V. J. A I I ,' 4 I -Hg ' - - ' my ' - ,- ,w S-3. ff-1, . ff- - ,,A,,- I-.,"' -f -:gi ' I w w -I1 Q-f 53555 'EL li 4" " TN 3 i f P' - p'-- ' " ti' 11. L - H: . V. .Q L, I Y!Y Y- 5 ,,. 0 -.1 Ngx I -V , P LILA- - i -i A .xv fgid , ?' -i 2" :If I f?.5S?lff,3?x 'ggi-""' : iw -, pig - 'lg it x!, .ki:r.A 15 55 515 . C N- .lj lf - 1, , bfi.: -Q . ,, ' - ' 5.5 f , ' . -3'5 f gzf 14:11, ' .+ I s: E42 1 1 , ,, - 1' x -y . gisf-G51ddQ:Anp.' :-.- FF, . --- - 2-H -I E f f fHs-f-f-Vsaii-1- r.-f-Q,-' ,f 5 1 I J-se-. i - -f-,rw f S Q' 'f ig f'1 :3x-.1 I " 1 I ?- - -, "5 3,51 4i 5, " , 7 'gk RR --, ' .1 B -gi F1 :E ,IEIE V :I ' - Len. -' ' ' , I if " -'Fil K f s! ':s, - , -'fflfh' I :. 1 ,f3, A I M g .3 43 I ,,? Hx - firm, I li- 3, 'i--'!, -,if-5?1-32 . at . g A1 --:Dv -- 73 - E 's-1. ., 52303 : i'l1 5-25' 33' 'I "E +1 ' ' 7- 3:44 f .H E .I -E121 IS' -2 '.- ' -I w-- ' i -I 1- ' 'ti ' E : - i ji-' eff - fu: I 5 E I I E H 19:1 Iil,-'A E 1 -1224-4-,WL I -fr" ?11S1. ' f-F - A-' E E .1 1":"E E, E1-!'i"f5'f E ' : 1 A ,: fl --, ,Z " - ,J4 , 7 -Ti-: .AJ Q , N E "Q", ' -- 'f E - gf.,-5 DIGNITY - INTEGRITY 55 YEARS OF SERVICE IN MUSKEGON Clock Funeral Home ,. Ic' you COV'.VC'V'II'3V'CE cmpIe parking In our Io? cf reor of building gd! QOAIIJOIZ 601216 503 CATHERINE AVE. PHONE 2-5986 Insurance. . . HI-ISPER'S SI-IV-MDR MARKETS THIS DEPENDABLE AGENCY SELLS ONLY DEPENDABLE INSURANCE" i' i' 'lr i' VVV 3 convenient locations , 260 MASON AVE. 137 E. LAKETON AVE. alld MIIBILS BROADWAY near HENRY 306 HACKLEY BANK BLDG Snowhite Baking Co. SENIUR PORTRAITS 'I Greater Muskegon Professional Photographers BECKQUIST STUDIO COLUMBIA BILTMORE STUDIO LYLE CHRISTENSON C. FELT STUDIO ROBERT HANSEN LEE HARDING, PORTRAITS CAL JOHNSON, CAMERA SHOP HENRY T. JORDAN GEORG SMITH TOURCOTTE STUDIO RADIUM PHOTO SERVICE REGISTER YOUR STERLING PATTERN WITH OUR BRIDAL CONSULTANT Budd Jewelry Company JIBSGN DRUG STORE THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE Phone 2-2436 1752 Getty at Lcxrch Muskegon, Michigan DRIVE CAREFULLY - BUY CAREFULLY GET YOUR AUTO AND OTHER INSURANCE AT THE MUSKEGUN AGENCY, INC. ' 0iIiee Machines .1 X . i Sales 81 Service Company 1 Apple at Wood Phone 24-8463 "Known for Our Service" Muskegon's only Authorized Royol Typewriter Dealer Al'bOl' FIOYCII CO. ROYAL STANDARD ROYAL PORTABLE 27 years of Dependable Service SALES - SERVICE Our Flowers Are Always Greenhouse Fresh 1222 Peck St. - Muskegon, Michigan 0onrad's GDLUMBIA Studio f GRADUATION PORTRAITURE WEDDINGS - CANDID AND FORMAL BABIES AND FAMILY GROUPS V Coll 2-3013 ior Appointment 184 W. Western Ave. Across from Penney's ALL KINDS OF STRUCTURAL STEEL, STACKS, AND TANKS 'k THE STE CIININIERCIA L PRESS FA BRICATING THE MASTER PRINTERS l98I SANFORD PHONE 2-2575 590 Southern Ave. Telephone 2-6635 if Complete Life, Accident, Health and Hospitalization Insurance Service for every member of your family. MERRILL A. PRINGLE 1319 Peck St. lf' I FURNITURE 60. Serving Muskegon's Best Homes Since 1900 Muskegon Theatnes, Inc E MICHIGAN REGENT STATE STRAND E ff' Lakey Oldsmobile for 1953 Foundry The N5vv1hlZugrCEdPower SUPER 88 MA TSON 0l.DSMOBllE SING AND SHAVE Sure . . . Anytime. you have cm Automatic Gas Water Heater To Keep the Water Hot All the Time See Your Plumber or Dealer v MICHIGAN CONSULIDATED GAS GOMPANY engsaxlkwg sm IIIIS IMI III mvus1oN INDIANAPOLIS ENGIIAVING COMPANY, INC 222 EAST OHIO STREET INDIANAPOLIS 6 INDIANA Ir! xl .1 -.L JT' '-i VZ, 1' -E113 12-5 . HIC'-I r 1,534 PUBLICATION Iff, g: iff: O , if ni., . Ii? I3 'Fil A+ 66444 af 55 The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Com- pany wishes to say congratulations for a job well done. Now that you have completed your high school education a wealth of opportunities are yours for the asking. Brunswick, leader in the field of recreation equipment and currently engaged in school furniture and vital defense work, has many such interesting and varied opportunities for ambitious young men and women. Come in-talk over your future with us. Efllllldwlu. Lakos Cafe Where fine food is served 428 W. WESTERN Francis .lirofh lo. WHOLESALE CANDY, CIGARS, ETC. v 248 Ma rket Street Factory Supply Co. 1036-42 Terrace Street Don Ashley, Joe Perry, and Sherrill Miller wail in line as Mrs. Ash checks Pnl Schoonover's credits. The bookstore did a rushing business, and upperclassmen waited impatiently to get their schedules changed to suit their needs or desires. New 10-B's wandered forlornly through the halls, looking for their assigned classrooms. The sounds of reunion rang throughout the building. There were many friendships to be renewed after the three months' absence, and many stories of summer experiences to be told. Dpportunity Unlimited Greater Muskegon is blessed with excellent education- al facilities, an important factor to local industry and commerce. A continuous supply of good, competent and intelligent personnel is essential to the growth of businesses like Sealed Power because from you graduates of today, will come our leaders of tomorrow. Sealed Power can speak from experience. Our long standing policy of giving preference whenever possi- ble, to local graduates, has been most valuable in establishing and maintaining our position among the leaders in the automotive parts industry. Over 6O'll of our top executives are alumni of Greater Muskegon high schools. That's why we say "yours for a successful future." 66 FOR THE DISCRIMINATING Q . I 1 ' w Q. f 1- " f . I If, it , , ' I" 'X If I 1' , X 3 H if ,fi A l'2.'5gg::f I5 equi ' Inf I fair sur IIT 388 W. Western Ave. CUSTER DAIRY BAR LUNCHES DINNERS FOUNTAIN SERVICE 'II33 Third St. Muskegon Me"OP0'i'Qn VETS MENQS WEAR RENT-A-TUX SERVICE 201 W. Western Fast! Low Cost! Famous RICHMAN BROTHERS Clothes LETTERPRESS - OFFSET 915 Pine Street, Cor. Walton Phone 2-3044 Muskegon, Mich. I Graduates - - Meet some of your fellow alumnae who are carving successful careers in Telephony. BETTY PATTERSON PASTOOR MAXINE HOGAN BOLTON Class of 1939 Class of 1940 Starting Position-Long Distance Operator Starting Position-Long Distance Operator Present Position - Service Observer Present Position - Force Engineer N 2 --c f"5"'X JOHN M. OLSEN FRANK E. JOHNSON Class of 1945 Class of T937 Starting Position - Cable Splicer Starting Position - Frameman Present Position-Local Commercial Manager Present Position-Wire Chief They, too, faced a decision regarding their future. They chose Telephony which of- fered them interesting employment, security and a fine opportunity for advancement. Those same opportunities are offered you today by your Telephone Cornpany. A telephone call to our employment office may well be the first step to future success. GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF MICHIGAN 840 Terrace Street I GARNAAT FLUWVER SHOP Aj! flowers and qifts by garnaut THE PLACE T0 GO AFTER THAT DANCE OR SHOW IS Chadwick's rive-In Expert Home Planning and Decorating Service for New llememakers . . Carlie Hall and Iim Nutt, of the 1953 graduating class, visit our store and confer with us on our home plan- ning and decorating service. We offer this expert service free to all homemakers and invite you to come in for further details. anclerfvelclas BROADWAY AT FIFTH ACROSS FROM NORGE ' ART WORK 0 RETOUCHING . i- l-INOTYPE :Q ' COMPLETE COMPOSING 4 " o 3 PRINTING COMPANY 2' alla' 'ig -R Sanford at Holbrook MUSKEGON,MICHlGAN Q5 ' -rg QXSOQ E ffl Q99 0 SQK 0 Oi? N 2 255 Ps 0 YR? fn we 9 f, 2 6062 w XAPX' AS 1 Four out of Five wear our shoes BOAZ SHOES fefckaawieafgmenla "Muskegon Chronicle" Muskegon High School Camera Club Mr. Harvey Hermanson, Dana Printing Co. Mr. Ed. Hackleman, Indianapolis Engraving Co. Muskegon High School Administration and Faculty and all who have helped to make this yearbook possible. 7 138 laden! Wwlez 131 138 106 106 133 64, 106 133 127 133 133 106 127 127 106 106 133 133 106 133 106 127 133 133 106 133 127 71, 106 127 73 133 133 A Abbott, Kay 1118 ,,,,,,.,,,, 62, 71, 77, Ackerman, Eugene 110B ,,..., ,,,,,.,,,.,..,..,, Ackerman, Mary 112A , ,...,, , Adams, Pat 1 12A ,,,,A., ,,,,... Adams, Ted --10A .,.,.,, ,,...,,, ,...., . Ainsworth, Kerry 112A. , 16, 36, 37, 57, 60, 65, 78, 81, Ahnefeldt, Nancy -10A ,,., .,...,,,.,,,,.,.,, Albright, Betty 111A ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,., Albright, Faith 110A ,,,,,,.,. ,..,,,. Aldred, Rosemary 111B ,,,., Alexander, Barbara 110A . .,,,.,,,,.... Allore, Jerome 112A .,,,,,..,.. , ,,,,...,,..,, 48, Allore, Marilou 111A ,,,., ,.,.,. 6 2, 68, 77, Amos, David 111A ..,,,,., ..,,,. 6 9, 73, Anderson Alger -11A ,,,,,, ...,..,,,,,,....,,,, Anderson Archie 111A , Anderson Barbara 112B .,,,.,,,.,,., Anderson Betty 112A ,,,,,, .s,s 1 00, Anderson Bill 1 12A ,, ,. , Anderson Dick 110B ,,,, ,..,,,,,,,.,,., Anderson Dick 1 12A ..,,,., ,,,,.. 3 1, 70, Anderson Donna 110A , ,,.. ,.,,., 6 9, Anderson Donna M. 1 10A ...... . 80, Anderson Helen 112A .,,,, ,.,,,,. Anderson Iris 110A ,,..,, ,,,,,,, Anderson Larry 112A ,,,,, ,,.,.,,., Anderson Leone 111A ,,,,, ,,,,,, 6 9, Anderson Marvin 110A ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Anderson Pat 1 10A ...,,.,,, , ,,,,,,,,, 69, Anderson, Phyllis D. 1 12A ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 42, 79, Andersen Phyllis 110A ,,,,, ,,,. 6 8, 71, 78, Anderson, Richard - 10B .,,, Y,,Y,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, Andrews, Dawn 110A ,.,,..,,,,,,,, 16, 68, 70, Andrews, Jane112A ,,., 31 36, 37, 62, 66, 93, Applegarth, JoAnn 111A ,,,,s,. ,,,s,. 7 O, Appleton, Jane ,,,,,,,.,,..,,.,.., ,,,,,,,,. Aquino, Beatrice 111A s,,,s, Archer, Mason - 12B ,.,.. Archer, Merritt 1 10A ,..,,..,,, ,,,.,,,,,s,,,,,,,,,,, Archambault, Judie110A ,,,,,,,. 62, 69, 71, Armstrong, John 111A ,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, Arneberg, Janet - 10B .,... ,,,,,,,,....... 1 38 Arnold, Ken 112A ,,.,,, ....,. 6 8, 71, 106 Arnson, Carol -L 1 1B ...,,,, ,..... 6 2, 70, 131 Ashcraft, Sandra 110A .,,,, ...,,.,,.,.,.,.. 1 33 Ashley, Barbara 110B ,,,.. ,s.. 1 38 Ashley, Bruce 111A .,., ,,,,s. 5 5 Ashley, Don 112A ...,, ,.,,.. 1 5 Ashley, Lois 111A ,,,,,,.... ,,,, 1 27 Ashley, Bernard T105 .,,., .,...... Atkins, Don 112A ...,,.. ..,,,.. 1 06 Atkins, Janita 110A ,,,,,, ,,,,. 9 , 133 Atkins, Rod 111A ,.,,,, ,,..,.,,,,.... Aurich, Bob -10A ,,,,s B Baade, Dick 112A .,,,,,,,,,..,,...,. ,,,.,, ,,.,,,,,, 1 0 6 Baade, Theresa 111A ...,,,,s.,.,..,,.,,,,,.,,,,, 69, 127 Bailey, Dean 112A ,. 23 36, 37, 43, 45, 71, 106 Bailey, Margaret 1 1 1B .,..,,,.,....,,,,,,,,,,,.. 69, 131 Baker, Annette 111A ..,,,., ,,.,... 1 27 Baker, Betty 1 12A ,,,.,..,, ,,,,,,,,s,,,.,,,,. 1 06 Baker, Marlene -12B .,...., ,..,... 6 6, 125, 126 Balaban, Wanda111A ,,,.., ,.....,.,,.,,.. 1 27 Balcom, Don -10A ,,.... ,,,,,,. 4 8, 133 Balcom, Nancy -10A H ,,,. ,,..,.. 1 33 Baldwin, Sandra 110B ,.,., ,,,,,,,.s., Balkema, Bene -11A s.,s,., ,s..,,. ' 127 Ballas, Hercules 110A ..,.. s,,. 1 33 Banninga, Paul112B ,.,.... .......,s, 1 26 Barber, Janet11OA .,,,,. ,,,,s 7 3, 133 Barbrick, August 1 1 1 B .s,,, ,,,,,,, 1 31 Barnes, Charlene 110A ...,,,, ,,,, 1 33 Barnes, Evelyn 110B ,,,, ,,.... Barnhard, Larry 110A ..,,. ,,..,.... Barrett, Donald 110A .....,. ,... 1 33 Barrett, James 112B ,,,, .,,. 1 26 Barton, Donna 110A .,.,....,, s,......,,.s.......s. 1 33 Bartrand, Rosemary -12A v,.,,c,. 68, 77, 81, 106 Bartscht, Carl 1 1 1A ..,..,.......,..s..,,,.s...... 48, 127 Baru, Elaine 112A ..., 7, 36, 37, 60, 65, 92, 106, 123 Bassett, Robert 1 10B ..., .... 1 38 Bastian, Norma 110A .,... 133 Batten, Thelma 110A ....... 133 Bauer, Carolyn - I IA ,I .. Baxter, Jane - IOA ,..... ,,,,,,,, Bayne, .loan - IOA ,.... ,, , ,, 79, Bayne, Roy -IZA ,,,..,,.. , 44, 70 Beadle, Janice -IZA ,,.,,,, , , 44, 65, Beadle, Sally- IOB ......, , .,, Beamer, Gordon -IZA ,.,, , ., 68, Beattie, Phyllis -IIA ,,,,,, ,,,,,, Beatty, David - IOA ,,,,,,,,,,,, H ,,,,, H Beaucamp, Norman -IIB ..,. , ,, 49, 97 Beauvais, Carole- IZA ,. 2 ,, 7I, 8I, Beauvais, Ernie -IIA ,,,,A, , , 68 Beckeman, Robert- IZA ,,,, ,,,,A,,,, Beckstrom, Annlee -IIA ,,,,,,, 69, Bectel, Jerry - IOA ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 60, Bectel, Maurice -IIA ,,.,,, A , , Bectel, Terry - IOA ..... ..,,,,,.., Bee, Sandra -IIA ,,A,. , 70, Beede, John-IIB ,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,, ,, Beegle, Robert- IOA .,..... , ,, 73, Beerman, Joan - IOA ,,,,,..,, , ,, ,, ,, Beers, Ruth -IZA ..,,.,.. 36, 37, 65, 79, IO4 Belasco, Sally- IZB ,A..,,,,,,,,,, , ,, , Bench, Nola -IIB ,,,,, 3. , , 68, Bell, Marie - IOA .. ,,,. .......,,.., ,,,,, ,,,,,, s , Bell, Pat - IOA ....,,..,,..,,,,,.,, 60, 66, 69, 88 Belmonte, Frances - IOA c,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,A,A , , Belton, Nancy ,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, Belton, Robert- I IA ,,,,, . Bendus,Janice-IIA ...,, ,,.,.,.., , ,. Bennett, Mariel- I IA ...,.... 4Z, 73, 78, 79, Bennett, Worth - IZB ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,s , Bensinger, Ken -IZA ,,,,,,, . ,, 7I, Benson, Gordon -IIA ,,ss t,.,,,V Berdinski, Phillip -IIA ..,,,,, ,,,,.,,..,.. Berg, Arthur -IZA ,,,,,,..,. ,..,., ..,,... Berg, Ed -IZA ,,,,,,,,,,,.,, , 64, 68 Berggren, Jean - IOA .,..s,. .t....., .......... Bergman, Shirley- IZA ....s, .,,,s 7 , 36, 7I, Bergren, Tony -IZA ....,s,,,,, .,,,,, ..,,t,,,, Bernardini, Angela -IIB ,,,,,, ,.., Bickford, Sara - IOA ........ ,... Bigelow, Karen - IOA ,,,,,, ,,,,c Bird, Katheryn - IOA ....... ,.,. Bishop, Bill- IZA .....,.,. ,.,,, Bishop, Jerry - IOB ,,.. ,.... Bitzer, Tom - IZB .,,,.,, IZ7 I33 I33 IO7 IO7 I38 IO7 IZ7 I3I IO7 IZ7 I27 I33 IZ7 I33 IZ7 I33 I33 IO7 IZ6 I3I I33 I38 73 IZ7 IZ7 IZ7 IO7 IZ7 50 IO7 IO7 IO7 IO7 IZ7 I33 I33 I34 IO7 I38 Black, Charles -IZA Black, Colon - IOA ,, Black, Richard - IOA Blamer, David - IOA Bleich, Ed - IOB ,,,,,, , Blevins, Georgia - IOB , Blevins, Rodger -IIB , Blink, Robert- IOB A , Block, Tom-IIB .,,, Blodgett, Carolyn -IZA Blohm, Darrel- IOA , Blohm, Patricia - IOA Bloomquist, Martha - IOA Bobick, Anita -IIA ,, , Bodenhammer, Diane - IOA Bodey, Barbara -IIA Bogue, Betty -IZA , , , Bohn, Marva - IZB ,,, Boisvert, Barbara - I IA Bolthouse, Bob -IZA ,, Bonifield, Larry -IIA , Booth, Bill- IZA ,... 43, 60, 6I, Borgeson, David -IIA Borns, Keith - IOA .,,.., Bosma, Lorna -IIA ,, Bostromi, Ray- IZA , . Bourdo, Donna - IOA , Bowen, Bill- IOA . .. ,, Bowen, Don - IZA Bowen, Sarah -IZA , , Bowman, Patricia - IOA Boyd, Deloris- IZA . . Boyd, Kendric - IOA Boyden, Joel- IIA ,,,, ,, Boyer, Jack -IZA ,,,,, Boynes, Patsy - IOA ,, Bozeman, Peggy -IZA , Brace, David - IOA ,.,,.,, Brace, Lois -IIA ,,,,,,,, Bradasich, Pat - I IA , Branch, Joan - IOA ss,,, , Branch, Nan -IIB ,,,,, Brand, Bill- IZA ...... Brewer, Bill- IOA ,,,,,,. Brewer, .lune -IZA ....,, Brink, Bob -IZA ....., ,,3Z ZO, 47, 65, 73, 3Z , 48, 64, 65 ,. 65, 62, 70 I7, 69 I34 138 138 107 134 134 134 79, IZ7 71, 134 I27 ,IO7 88,126 127 107 48, IZ7 78, 104, IO7 850, 55 8 134 72, I27 8 855 134 .I34 IO7 107 8 134 108 134 80, IZ7 85, 128 134 81, 108 8I, 134 71, IZ7 70,127 as 134 70, 131 81,108 , 134 76, IO8 70, IO8 Bristow, Pete- 10A ,,...,. ..,,,. 5 7, 71, 134 Bronson, Janet - 10A .,,, ............. 1 34 Brott, Marvin - 11B .... ...., 1 31 Brown, Al-10A ...,..,.7., ,Y,,,.7Y...,......, 1 34 Brown, Alberta-10A ...7,, .... 2 , 72, 77, 134 Brown, Bradley- 10A .,,......., 6, 134 Brown, Carol- 11B ..... ,,7..., 6 5, 131 Brown, Mary - 11B ,,,,,.,. ...... 6 0, 66 Brown, Sharon -10A ,.,,,, ....7...,.. 1 34 Brown, Shirley -10A ,... ,....,,....,... 6 9, 134 Brown, Thurman - 11A .... ,,,,, 4 0, 48, 57, 128 Brownlow, Jerry -10B .,.,. ,,,,,,,.,,..,...... 1 38 Brufladt, Einar -10B .,,,, ,,,,. 1 38 Brufladt, Harold - 12A .,,, ..,, 1 O8 Bruining, Beverly -12B ., ,,,,. 126 Bruining, Nancy- 12B ,,,,, .,., 1 26 Bryant, James -10A ..,,, ......................... 1 34 Buck, Marian - 12A ,,,.,.. 64, 77, 125, 126 Buit, Marcia -12A ,a,,, .,.....V,,.a,.,,.,...,,,, 1 08 Buit, Marilyn -11B .,.....,,,.., ,A.,... 6 9, 131 Buitendorp, Marva -10A .,,..., 69, 134 Bullard, Pat- 11A ..,....,.. .....,....,,..,. 1 28 Bullion, Lloyd -12A .,.... .,,,,,.,,,.,..,.A., 1 O8 Bunker, Darlene - 11A ..,,, .Y,,. 2 ,71, 80, 128 Buris, Patti- 12A A,,............,,,,.,, 44, 68, 70, 108 Burmeister, Shirley -12A .....A,.4,,. 23, 108 Burr, Doris -12A ,,......... ,,..., 3 7, 71, 108 Burr, Ralph- 11A ...,...,., .,,.......,., 1 28 Burrington, Marian -12A A,,....,,. 69, 108 Bush, Barbara -12A ........ ,,.... 6 5, 69, 108 Butrick, Lewis - 11B ,.i... ,,,,.......,.......,,.,, 1 28 Byro, Don -12A ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 1, 44, 70, 108 Buttermore, Roy - 11A ,.... ......,.,,.. 4 8, 128 C Calloway, Howard -11A ,,.,,,. 71, 128 Camp, Ernest- 10A .......,,,,. .,,..,..,.....,... Camp, Howard - 10A ..,, .........,...... 1 34 Campbell, Pat - 12A ....,., ..,... 6 1, 78, 108 Cannaday, Lynda- 12B ..a,, ,.i.,,. 8 1, 126 Canning, Bob -12B A,.,..,., ,,,,.7.,.,,. Canning, Ruth J. - 10A ., ,..,, 134 Cantu, Ted -11B ...,..,,7, ....i,VVV.,,..V.,. Carlsen, Carl - 10B ......, ...... 5 7, 138 Carlson, Charles -10B ., ....,,.... 138 Carlson, David -11A ...,.,, ...,Aa,..,.,... Carlson, Dennis - 11A ...,.. 8, 128 Carlson, Donna - 11A ...,., .....,,. 1 28 Carlson, Doug -12B ,....... ..... 1 26 Carlisle, Norman -12B ....... ....,... 1 26 Carlyon, Elaine -10A ...,.. s.,. 7 1, 134 Carpenter, Don - 11A ,,.... ....,..,... 1 27 Carr, Bob-12B .,.......... .....,. 7 1, 126 Carney, James -12A ...... ...,...... 1 08 Carney, Kathleeh - 11A ,..... u.....,.. Casadonte, Arthur -10B .i.., ..... 1 38 Caughey, David -10A .... ......... 1 34 Carr, Marva - 11B ..........., ..,....... 6 2, 131 Cassell, Florence - 11A ...... .... 7 1, 76, 128 Caswell, Carol- 11B .....,...,... ....... 7 0, 128 Champagne, Kaylen - 11A ....... ...,.... 1 28 Chapel, Jack -10A ...,......,.,... ........... 1 34 Chapple, Spencer - 11A ...,. ....... 3 4, 128 Chilcote, Josephine -12A .... ...s....s.,s,.. Childs, Bette- 10A ........s. .,......,.. 8 1, 134 Christenson, Betty -12A ..,.. ........,. 6 9, 71, 108 Christensen, Susan - 12A ,,u,.,u,u. 45, 65, 79, 109 Christenson, Roland -11A ..... ...,. 6 9, 71, 128 Christiansen, Bill- 12B .,,..,.,...,,.....,.,,.,..,..,,. 126 Christy, Nancy - 11A ,.....,,.. 62 68, 78, 79, 128 Chonis, Helen - 11A ...... ..,.......,..,. 6 6, 79, 128 Chonis, Christine ,.,.......,.,.,..,.... ...,.......,,,, 7 3 Chamberlain, Patricia --10A ,... .,s.. 1 34 Chambers, Kay -10A ...,.ii,. ,,,,,,,, 1 34 Chapin, Barbara - 10B .... ,.,,,,4,,. 1 38 Champion, Nancy -12A ..s,s ....,,, 7 1, 108 Champion, Patricia - 10A ,...... ,,,,,.,,.,,,,,, Church, James -10A ...,..,s s,.,,,,, 1 34 Cierlak, Marian -10A ..... ,,,,,,,, 81 Cihacz, Carla - 12A ,..,,. ..,.... 6 5, 109 Clanton, Floyd -12A .....,. ,,,.,, 4 8, 64, 71 Clapp, Henry- 10A ...... ...,. 3 , 81, 134 Clapper, Anita - 11A ..,... 128 Clark, Jerry - 11A .,..,.., ,,,,,,,,. Clark, Paula -11A .,...., .,,,4 1 28 Clarke, Marvin -11A ...,.. ..,,,,,., 4 8 Clarke, Richard -10B ..,....., ...,..,.,. 1 34 Cleveringa, Juanita -10A ..... ,......... 2 9, 134 Clock, .lack -12A .....ss..... s....,. 7 O, 79, 109 Cloetingh, Carol- 11A .....,. ..,....... 6 8, 128 Cloud, Gary -10A ..,..., ...,... 7 1 Cloyd, Robert- 10A ,..... ...... Cluchey, Russ -11A ..,,.. ......... Coburn, Patt - 12A ........,, ..... 1 09 Cochran, Beverly - 10A ..,.... ..... 1 34 Cogar, Jean -12A ..,.,.,.,. 109 Cole, Lydia - 10A ..., Cole, Richard -10A ..,,.... ......,. 1 34 Collier, Darlene - 11A ,,,,.., ,,,, 7 3, 128 Collins, Tom -12A ....,,7 ,,,,,, 4 8,109 Colton, Patricia - 11A ..... ,,,,.... 1 28 Compeau, Dick-10B ,,,,... . 138 Conklin, Betty - 11A ..,.. ,.,,, 6 6, 128 Connell, Howard -12B , ,,..,. 125, 126 Conroy, Fay -10A .,.,,,,,,, ...., 7 6, 134 Cook, Herma - 12A ...,. ,,,. 4 4, 109 Cook, Betty -11B ...... ,,.,, 1 31 Cook, Donald -10B ,,,., ..,,.... 1 34 Cooper, Doug - 12A ,,,, ,.,,, 6 8, 109 Cooper, Jackie - 12A ,,,,,, ,.... 7 3, 109 Cooper, Lewis - 10B 7,,,, ...,,,,,.,... Cooper, Marcus - 10A ,,Y,, ,,.,,, 1 37 Cooper, Ronald -10A ..... ,,,,,.... 1 34 Cooke, Richard - 11A ...... ,,,,, 4 8, 128 Corinti, Linda - 10A ,.,.. ,,,,.... 7 1, 134 Cotie, Carol - 11A ,...,,.,,, ,... 6 6, 70, 128 Cousineau, Vivian - 10B ......,.... 138 Cowles, Arlene -11B .,7, . 131 Cox, Barbara - 12A 7,,,, ,,,,. 1 09 Cox, Maurice -11A ..,... ,,.... 1 28 Cox, Sally -10A ,...,., ,,,,,. 1 34 Crago, Lois - 11A ........ Y,,A..., 1 28 Cramer, Adele- 11A ....,. ,..,, 7 1, 128 Cratty, Dick - 12B .,......,., ,,,,,.... 1 26 Crawford, Betty - 10A ..,.,A. .,,,,,,,A.... 7 1, 134 Creamer, Richard - 10A ,,,,.,c,,,.,,,,..,..... 134 Cribbs, Russ-12A ,,,,,,,, ...,,, 4 8, 57, 81, 109 Crichfield, Jim - 11A ..... ...,..i,,,,,,, 8 3, 128 Crichfield, Bessie - 12A ,,,,,,, 36, 37, 109 Crawford, Roberta - 10B ....,,A ,,,,,,...,.,.. 1 38 Cross, Billie -10A ,,c,,,,v. ,..., 4 9 Cross, Donald - 11A ,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Cross, Elwin -12A ,,., ,,,,,,.,.,,....,..,,,,,,,,,,.,. 1 09 Cross, Sandra -11B .A.,,, 62, 63, 70, 71, 131 Crothers, June -10B .,..,,c,,.,....,,,,,,,,Ac,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,. Curow, Althea -10A ....,, ,,,v, 1 34 Curtis, Gerald - 12A ..,,. ....,,,,,, Curtis, Patsy - 10B ,,.,.,. ,,,,, 1 38 Custer, Eleanor -12B ....., ,A,,,,. D Dagen, Norm - 11A ,.... ,.., 4 8 Daigle, Joan -10A ...... .,.,. 1 34 Dalrymple, Sally -12A ...., 109 Dalson, Marilyn -10A .... ,..., 1 34 Dalym, Jim-12A ,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 O9 Danielson, Alice -12A ..,,,., .,,,,, 3 , 109 David, David -10B ,,..,.,,,.,,, ,,,,, 1 38 Danielson, James -10A .s,,, ..... 1 34 Dault, Clifford -11B .,,.,,. ,,,,, 1 31 David Jeannene-11B .,,r,,, ,, ,,,,, 131 Dault, Shirley -12A ,,.,, ,,.,,,, 9 5, 109 David, Leland -12A ,,,,, ,,,, 4 1, 48, 109 David, Marlene -12A .,,,..,.. ,,,,, 6 9, 76, 110 David, Mary Alice -10A ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 34 David, Ron - 12A ,,,,,,,,.,.. ,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, Davidson, Ron -12A ..,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Davidson, Sandy -12A ,,...,., 22, 37, 61, 78, 79, 110 Davis, Kathleen - 11A ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 7, 70, 128 Davis, Terry - 10A .....,,. ..,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 34 Davison, Nancy -12A ,,,,, .,,,,,, 2 5, 60, 110 Dean, Bill-11A ,.,,sss.sss ,,,,cssscscs,,,, 7 6, 128 Decker, Joyce -12A ,,,, 42, 66, 79, 110 Decker, Ron -12B ,,,,,,,,.,,,..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 26 Deephouse, Dolores - 11A ,,,., 128 DeFouw, Russell - 10B ,,,,A ,,,,,,,,,,,,, DeFrench, George -12A ,,,, .,,,,. 7 , 73 DeHaan, Harold -10B ,,,,, ,,,,, 1 38 DeHaven, Larry-12B ,,,, ,,,, 1 26 DeJonge, Alyda- 11A ,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 28 Dell, Larry -12B ,,,,,,,,,,,A,, ,,,,, 4 8, 126 DeLong, Audrey -12A ,,,,, ,,,,, 1 10 DeMarr, Dale - 11B ,A,,, ,,,,,,, DeMitchell, Lee - 10B ,,..,,,,,....,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A Dempsey, Geraldine -11B 12, 66, 71, 131 Dennison, Geraldine -10A ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 134 Derby, Ralph -10A ,,,,.,... ,A,,,,,,,, Derly, Bob -10A ,,,,,..,..,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 34 Derr, Ron -12A ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. DeVette, Charlene - 11A ,..,,, ,,,,,.. 6 8, 77, 128 DeVries, Howard -- 12B ....,,. ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 1 26 DeVries, Jim -11A ,s,,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 8, 60, 128 DeVries, Joan -12A ,..,, ......,,,,.... 1 10 DeVries, Lois - 10B .....,. ......,. 1 38 DeVries, Mary - 10A ,,,.,.s ..,,,,, 7 1, 134 DeWitt, Ed - 10B .,...,,,. ,,,..s,......,, DeWitt, Richard - 10A ..., ,,,, 5 5, 134 DeYoung, Elaine -11B ...., ,..,. 1 31 DeYoung, Karen -10B ..... 138 M. H. S. Big Reds awail the smoke signals from the Lansing "Special" at the pep assembly. Coach McShannock gives pointers to the ieam at a daily pradice session. 14 vf 'Z S 2 Dave Todd, Ron Perry, Harris Liechii, and Kerry Ainsworth. 0 ep ceaacana one cc 1 is .. 6 Dietz, Marlene 111A ,,,7,, ,,,.. Dietz. Nancy -11A ...... ,.,,., Dillard. Robert 1 1OA ,,..,, .,,,, Dipple. George 112B ,.,,. ,..,,..,, Dixon, Delcie11OA ,,,,, ,,Y,, 6 8, Dixon, Wayne 110B ..,, .,,,,,,,,., Dobb, Carol 1 1 1 B ,,,, ,,.,, Dobb, Jean -118 .Y,,,, ..,,..,,,. Dobb, Joan 11OB ..,,,,.,.,,,, ,..,, 8 1, Dobberstein, Charles 112B .,,. 50, Dobyns, Bob 112A ,,,,,...,,.,.... ..,,.A,, Doctor, Patricia 1 11A ,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Dodge, Georgia 111A 7,,,,,, ,,,,, 6 2, 71, Dolinsek, Joanne 11OB ,,.... ,,,,,..., . Domont, Arlene 11OB ,,,.,,,, .,,,,,,, Domont, Delphine 111A ,, ,.., 69, Domont, Norene 110B ..,., ,,,,, Dooper, Betty 1115 .... ,..,. Dornbos, Dave 112A ,,,,,, H Draper, Richard 110A ,7,,,, ,,777,,7,,,,,,,,,,7,,,, Drennan, Carol11OA .,,., 29, 80, 81, Drent, Don 1118 ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,......,,,,, Driscoll, Bob 112A ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 8 2, 110 Driscol, Maryalyce -11A , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Drozd, Ted 110A ..........,,, .....,,,. Dunham, Caroline 110A ,,7,,,, ,.,,,, 7 1 Durgan, Nancy 112B ...... ...,,.. Durother, Pauline 11OA Dyer, Dorine -12A ,,,,,,,,, .,,., Dykema, Lambert 1 1 1B .,.,,, ,,,,, Dykema, Mary 111A 7,,,,7, ,,,,, Dykstra, Henry 111A ,,,,,, Dykstra, Mary 11OA ,,,,,,, 7,,,,, 1 7 Dykstra, Joyce 1123 ....... 7,,,, E Eagles, Sandra -11A ....,, .,,,, 6 9, 70 Eaton, Gerald -12A ,7..,,,,, ,,.,, 5 O, 54 Eckwielen, Bernard 111A . ..... 81 Edlund, Charles 111A .,,,, ,...a,,, Edlund, Edward111A ..,,.,. a,... 8 1, Edlund, John 110B a,aa,,,,, ,,,A,,,, Edsall, Marlene 112A ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,Y,,l,,,,,,, Edson, Shirley 111A ....... 68, 69, 71, Edwards, Virginia 111A ,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 7, 70, Edeler, Alvin 110A c,,,A,,A ,A,,,,,,,,,,,, 128 128 134 126 134 73 131 69 134 126 128 128 138 138 128 138 128 134 131 170 128 134 134 134 110 131 128 134 126 128 110 128 128 138 110 128 128 Egner, David 1118 c.,,., Egner, Janet 1 108 .,.,,, Ekstrom, Pete 1 11A ...,.... Elzinga, Marilyn 1113 ...... Emmons, Elmer11OA ,,,, Engle, Lila 1 LOA .......,.... ....,., Engstrom, Sharon 110B Enner, Odessia -12A ,.,.., ,..., Erickson, Darwin 111A .... Erickson, Jerry -11A .,,aa Erickson, Shirley 111A ., Essenberg, James 111A Estepp, Marlene 110B ,,,,,. Evans, Caroline 111A ,..... Evans, James 110A ..,,... Evans, Kenneth 11OB ,,s,,. Ewalt Ronald 110A ,,,,,, F Fairfield, Dolores 112A ,,.,. Fairfield, Jim 112B ..,,., Fairfield, Roy 110A ,... Fairfield, Sally 110A ..., Farquhar, Norma 110A ,..., Farquhar, Tom 111A .... Farr, James 110A ..,,,. Fay, Sally 110A ,,.,,,. Fearnley, Kay 112B ....,,,.c. Felcoskie, Lorraine 110A Feltman, Elaine112A Feltman, Maralee 110A Fethke, Evelyn 112B ...... Fett, Shirley 110A .,,,,,, Field, Fred 111A .,,.. Field, Pricilla 111A ,,.,..,,. Fielstra, Beverly 1 12A ., Fielstra, William 110A ..,,., Filins, Roger 110B ,,.....,,,, Finkhouse, Monty 110B ..... Finkler, Mary 110A .... Finkler, Jim 111A .,,,..,,,. Firestone, Barbara 1 11A Firestone, Roberta 1 10A Fischer, Matie 1 10A c...,. Fisher, Barbara 111A .,,, Fisher, Marilyn 112A .,.,. Fischer, Jean -11A ...,,, 69, 77, 44, 76, 69, 62, 69, 60, 68, 1 131 138 128 131 134 134 138 110 128 128 128 138 128 134 110 126 134 134 134 81 134 126 134 76,f110 s. 71 126 134 128 128 110 134 138 138 134 128 128 134 134 128 110 128 Fitch, Anne -IIA ,,,... Fitch, Bill- IOA ..Y.Y,....,,,, Fitzpatrick, Helen - I IA ,,,.,, Flannery, Harriet - IOB ..,,,. Flemen, William - I2B Flickema, Leone -IIA Flickema, Tom - IOB ,,... Flowers, Bob - IOA ,,,,,, Flowers, Bob - IOA ..,,,,A Fonger, Carlos - I2A ..,,,, A. Fongers, Constance - IOA Foose, Donna - I2A ,s..... Foose, Marilyn - I2B ,,,,.. Fordham, Ernest- I2A Fortney, Steve - IOA .,,, Forward, Jean - I2A A,.,., Fowler, Laura - IOA ,,,,, Fox, Betty - IOB ,,,,s... Fox, Billy Lee - IOB ,,,s. Fox, Wilma - IOA .,,,,,,.,.. Frampton, Patricia - IOA ,,.,s.A Frampton, Shirley -IIA , Frasier, Karen - IOA Frazee, Linda - I 2A ,,i.. Freiberg, Bob -IIA ,s,,, Fredricks, Gus - I IA ,,,,, French, Wesley -IIA ,,,,, Freres, Robert- I2A i.,,. Frizzell, Janice -IIA .,.,. Fuller, Nancy -IIA ,,i,, Fuller, Terry -IIB ,,A,, Fultz, Carmen -IIA ,,,, Fultz, John - IOA Furbush, Danny- IOA Furman, Alda - I2A .,s,, G Gable, Dolores - I2A .,,.. Gable, Marilyn -IIB ..... Galaiada, Barbara - I IA Gardner, Greta - IOA ,.... Galombeck, Garrett ,,,A,,,. Garvey, Margie -IIA Garza, Rosie - I 2A ,,,,A, Gates, Robert - IOA A,... Gee, lrene - I2A ..,,. 62, 7I, I28 72, I34 22, 27, 62, 66, 70, I28 I38 I26 I28 I38 3, I34 I3A ., I3A ,, 62, IIO 6I, 68,126 IIO , , 7I, I34 81, IIO , Yi., I3A , I38 , 80, I3A I311 I28 I3A 25, 72, III , 48, I28 I28 I28 I3I 69, I28 ,, I3A ., III 8I, IO4, III 70, I3I I28 I34 73 I28 III H III Gee, Joyce-IIA , , , Gee, Virginia - IOB , , Gelinas, Bob - IOA, , Genter, Joel- I2A ,, Genter, Roland - IOA, .. George, Jim -IIA ,, . George, Patricia - IOB , . Gereau, Dolores - IOA . German, Barbara - IOB A, Getz, Bernard - IOA ,, ,, Gicey, Pat- IOA ,,,,., ,, Gifford, Richard- IOB , . Gilbert, Mary- IOB , , ,. Gillette, Kay- I2A , ,, , 36 Gillette Marvin - IOB ,, ,, Gillard, Bob - IOA ,,,,,,, Gilroy, Nancy - I2A ,,,,, , , Glafcke, Kathryn - I IA , Gleason, Jerry - IOA ,, , Glover, Kay - I2A ..,,,.,. ,, , ,, Glover, Verna Jean - IOB Golden, Gloria - IOA ,,,,, Goley, George -IIB ,,,,,,,,, H , Goloversic, Patricia - IOA , Gomez, Bill- IOA A ,.,.,,. , Y Gonzalez, Gloria - IOA ,,,., Y , Goosen, Tom -IIA ,,,., Gordon, Betty - IOA ,,,. Gorlesky, Lois - IOA ,,,,,,,,,.,, 68, 70, 7I, Gould, Beverly -IIB ,,,,,, Gray, Patricia - IOA , ,, Green, Eddy - I2A ,,,, Green, Patsy -IIB ., Greene, Arlene- IOA ,, . Greene, Dorine - I2B , ,, Greene Shirley - I2A ,, Greeno, Donald - I2A ,,,, Greeno, Gerald - IOA ., , Greer, Bill-I2B .,.. Greer, Patsy - IOB ,.,,. Grim, Nancy - IOA ,,,, Grimm, Joyce - I2B .,.,. Grimm, Richard - I2A ,,,, Grimm, Rodger -IIA ,,,.,. Grimm, Sally - I2A ,,,,,,. Grimm, Shirley - IOA .,,,,, Grimwis, Ronald - I2A ..,, I28 I38 I3A I34 I28 I38 I3-4 I38 I3A I38 III I38 I34 III I28 I34 III I34 I34 I3A I35 I28 I35 I35 I3I III I35 I26 III III I35 I26 I35 68 I2I I35 T Gritzmaker, Jerry -10A ,,7.,, .., 135 Griniust, Jim Y,,Y,.,,,,..,, ........ ,,A.. 9 9 Groothuis, Don -12B .,,,,,,,., .. ....,.. ..,,,,,,,,,,, . Grotenhuis, Marian - 12A ,,,,.,,, 59, 60, 79, 111 Gundersin, Harold -12A ,..., ,.,,..,,,,, 7 3, 111 Gunst, Bill-10A ,,..........,,, .....,, 7 1, 135 Gustafson, Philip -10A ,,... ,.,..,, 1 35 Gustin, Carlton -11A i.,,,,, .,. 128 Guy, Phil - 10A .,.....,,,,,,, M 135 H Hagen, Donald -12A ,.,,,, ,..,,.,,, 1 ll Haken, Arlene -10A ...,, ....,, 6 9, 135 Halfpenny, Tom -12A A,,..,.,,.,,.,A.,,...........,,,, ,.,,.. Hall, Carlie -11B .,,,..,, ,,,. 6 2, 77, 79, 81, 131 Hall, Stuart- 10A ..,,,, ........,,.,,,,,,,,,..,....,,,,A Hamel, Shirley - los tt,,,, ,ttt 1 38 Hames, Bob -11B ,,,,,,, .,,,,. 5 5 Hamil, Johnnie -10A ,,,, 135 Hamm, Robert-11A ,..,,,. ,,.,.,........,,,,, V f. Hammond, Beverly -12A ..,, ,.,,..,,, 6 6, 79, 111 Hanks, Dorallee -12A ,,,,,,,,........,... 69, 76, 111 Hansen, Ardy -12A ,,,.,, 36, 60, 71, 72, 77, 79, 111 Hansen Clark -10A .,,., ,..,..,, Hansen George -11B ,.,:,, ......,,.,,V,,,,,...... Hansen Jean -11A ,,,.,,..,. ,,..,. 7 0, 77, 128 Hanson LaMoune -10A .,,,,.,,,,,...,A..........,... 135 Hanson, Marlene -12A ,...,,., 25, 36, 37, 60, 68, 71 , 112 Hanson Mike -10B ,, ,,,,,, 135 Happeny, Sally- 11A .,,,,,, .... 1 28 Hardin, Melba -10B .,,,,, ,,.. 1 38 Hariu, Ellice -10A .,,,,,,, 135 Harker, Richard - 10B ,....,, .,..,,,,.,,,. 1 39 Harp, Larry- 10A .,,,a,,.,, 2, 49, 135 Harp, Bob- 12A .,....., ,,,,...,,,.,,,, 1 12 Harpster, Sally -11A ,,,a, ...... 2 7, 70, 128 Harrell, Bernie- 12A .,..,..,.,.,..,...,..,,,,,,,,.,,.... 112 Harrington, Kay - 12A ,. 37, 60, 66, 68, 73, 112 Harrington, Nancy - 11B ,.,..,,,,..,,,,,..,,,, 69, 131 Harris, Gail- 10A ,,,,,,.... ..,.... 7 6, 135 Harris, Richard - 12B ,,,, ,,,,,, 1 26 Harris, Susanne -10A .,,,,,, ...,,,, 1 35 Hart, Bob-12A .,.,..,,,,,, .,.,a.,a, 1 12 Hartz, Barbara -12B ..,., ..,,,. 7 0, 126 Harvey, Dick -12B ..,.,, ,,..., 4 8, 126 Hasper, Julie-12A ..... .,..... 1 12 Hasper, Pearl- 11A ........, .......,. 7 2, 128 Hasseldahl, Chas. - 12B ,,,,,. ,,,,.....,.. 7 O, 126 Hathaway, Robert- 10B ,,,,,. ,,.,,,, 5 7, 141, 139 Haughey, Kathryn -12B , .,....,...,,....,..,.. . Haughey, Lois -10A ,,,,,, .... 1 35 Hauerkate, Alice -118 ,,,,, ,,,. 1 28 Hauson, Charles -10A ..... ,.,. 1 35 Hawk, Bruce -10A ....,, .,,.. Hawkins, Jerry - 11A ,,.. Haypap, Tom --12A ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y,,,, Hazekamp, Elaine- 10A ,,,a, ,.,.. 1 6, 71, 135 Heaton, Bob -12B .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 6 4, 71 Heethuis, Carol - 10B ,.,,,..,,, ,,,,.,,,....,,.. 1 39 Hegbloom, Dolores -12A ...,,.. ...... 6 3, 65, 112 Hegedus, Andrew -12A ...,., ,, .,,,... 70, 112 Heidemann, Yvonne -10A ,,,,,,,,,. 135 Heiner, Pat- 10B ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 1 39 Heimann, Marlene-12A .,., .... 1 12 Hellman, Esther- 10B ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 39 Hendley, Byron -11A ,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,..,, 1 28 Hendryx, Shirley -11A .... ,,,,, 1 7, 64, 128 Henion, William -12B ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 26 Hendiksen, Dick -11A .,.., ,,,. 1 28 Henry, Helen -10A .,.,,, ..,,,,,,. Henry, Shirley -11A .,..,, .,,. 1 28 Henschel, Alma -12A ,.,.. .... 1 12 Hepler, Fred - 10A ,,,,,,,, ,,,, 1 35 Herbert, Robert- 10A ,,,,,, ,,-,,Y,,,, 1 35 Herbst, Dorothy -12A ,,,,, ,,,,,, 7 6, 112 Herbst, Henry -11A ,,,,., .,,,,,,,,,,,, ! 48 Herbst, Richard - 11B ,s.,, ,.,,,, 4 8, 60, 128 Herlein, Louie -10A ....., ,,,.,.,,,,,,, 1 35 Herman, Dorris - 10B ..., .... 1 39 Herman, Paul - 10A ,...... ,,,,,,,, Hern, Ralph -10A ,,,,,s,,,,,, ,,,, 1 35 Hernandy, Juanita -12A ..., .,,s,,,,, 1 12 Hesse, Jack -10A ,.,.,.,.,.,,. ....... 4 9, 135 Hicks, Charles -10B .....,. .,..,,,.,.s.,,,., Hieftie, Loretta - 10A ,.,.,,, .,.. 1 35 Hildreth, Mariorie -11B ...,.. ,... 1 31 Hill, Mary- 12B ........,..,.. ,..........., 1 26 Hill, Patricia -10A ...,., .,.., 4 2, 71, 78 Hill, Pauline - 10A .,,..., ..,..,.,,.....,. 1 35 Hill, Bill - 1 1A ...... ..,,.... 6 8, 73, 128 Hilt, Ray-12A ........,.. 57, 68, 81,112 Hiner, Charles -10B ,...... .......................... Hinkley, Donna -11A ....... ...... 7 7, 128 Hittle, Merle -IIB .,.,,.,, Hobby, Harvey - IOA ...,,,, Yrrrfrf Hodges, Denise - IOB ,,..,, .,.,.,A... Hodges, Sharon -IIB ....,. .. ,,.. 69, Hoerle, Marvin - IOA ,,,,, ,..,,,,,,, Hollar, Pam -- I2A .,.,, ...... 7 0, Hollar, Sam- IIA 7,.... . ..,,,. . Holly, Lyle - IOA .,,,,.., ..., Holman, Janet- IOA ,,.., .,,,,,,,, Holmes, Richard - IOA ,,,.. ,.......,,,..., 5 5, Holmgren, Peg - IOA ,,,A,,, .,,., 3 2, 62, 71, Holtrop, Jane -12A .,,,,, ,,.,....,.,,,.. 7 3, Homfield, Carol- I IA ..,,, ....... Hommes, Carol - IOB .,.,..,.,,,.,,,,,,,...,,.. ,.., . . Hoos, John -12A ,..... ,,,,, 4 7, 48, 60, 70, Hoover, Carol- IIB ,,,.,. ,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,, ,.,,.... Hopkins, Lester -IIB ,..,.., 49, Hopkins, Mary -IIA ,,,,,,, ,,,,., 6 8, Horsley, Barbara - IOA ,,,,, ,,,,,, 7 3, Houchins, Chuck - I2A ,.., ,,,,,,..,, Houseman, Joan - IOA ,...,,,,,,,,.. ,,,,, , , ..., ,. Houseman, Shirley -12A ,,., 36, 66, 71, 77, Hovey, Robert- I IA ,,,.,,..,...,,A.,,,.,,,.,,,.A,,,,, Howard, Floy Ann - I2A , ,,,,,,.,.,,.,,,,,,,, 94, Howard, Janice -12B ,,,,,,...,,, 34, 77, 125, Howard, Nerita - I2A ..,,, ..,,,,...,,,,.,....,.. Hozer, Diane - 1 IA .,,.... ..,,,. 6 O, 62, 70, Hubbell, Al- IIA ,,,,,,, , to ,,,..., ,,.A . ,, Hudy, Charlotte - I IA ,,,,, ,.,,,, 7 2, 77, Huffman, Diane - IOA ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,, Huffman, Suzanne- 12A ,, Hughes, Joan - IOA A. ,,..,. 3, Hughes, Nancy -IIB ,,,,.,, ,,.,.,.,., 7 7, Hughes, Ray -IIA ,,,.,...,,.. s A. ,.,. 68,71, Hutchinson, Gweneth -12A ..,,..,,,,,, 32, 66, Hulings, Laura - IOA ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 6 9, Humenick, Michael- IIA ,,,,,,,,,, 40, 57, 68, Humphreys, Shirley -IIA ,,,,,, ,,,,,.,A., ,,..,,,, Hunter, John - IOA ....,,,... ,,,,A Huston, Jerry - I2A ,,,,,.....,,., ,.,, Hutchinson, Charles -IIA ,....,A .,,, Hutchinson, Charles E.-12A ,.,,. ,,,..,.,,. Huttenga, Gordon - IOA ,,,,,,,, .,,,,,A 4 9, I Irwin, Marsha -IIA ..... ........,,,,.,,, Israel, Richard -IIB ..,,, .,.... 4 8, 7O, 139 131 135 112 128 135 I35 135 128 112 128 I39 112 131 131 128 135 II2 135 112 128 113 126 113 128 129 129 135 112 135 131 129 113 135 129 129 135 113 129 113 139 129 131 Iverson, Marva - 12A ..., ., , , ,, 113 Ives, Ernestine - IOA ,,,,, . 29, I35 J Jackson, Mikalee -IIA ,, ,, 129 Jacobs, Ronald - IOB ..,,. ,, I39 Jacobsen, Barbara - 12A ,H 113 Jacobsen, Marlene- IOA ,, I35 Jager, Carol- 11A ,..,...,,, ,, 129 James, Carole - IOA ,........ ..,, o,.,, ,,,,,, , , , 135 Janusiewicz, Marcella - 12A . ,..,,,, ,.,,,, , ,, 113 Janusiewicz, Maxine -12A .,,.,,,. I6, 64, 66, 79, I 13 Jarles, Clarence - IOB , H, I39 Jazdzyk, Delilah - IOA , H ,,,, ,, ,, I35 Jedrezak, Sally - I IB ,.,... ,,,,, 6 9, 71, 131 Jensen, Marlene -IIA ,, . ,, .. 27, 129 Jensen, Narann - IOB ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, 1 3 9 Jeppersen, Dorthea -IIA ,,,,, ,,,... 7 I, 129 Jergen, Al-12A ,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, 98 Jespersen, Dick- IIB .,,,,,, ,,,.,o,.,,,.,. Jewell, Carol- IOB ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 35 Jewett, Waneta - I2A ,,,., ,,,,,, 6 9, 113 Johnson, Allen-I2A ,,,,,,, ,A 113 Johnson, Arlene - IOA ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,o1A, , 135 Johnson, Barbara -IIB ,,,,,,,,,,,, 32, 60, 83, 131 Johnson, Betty- IIB ,,,,.,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,A, , I 31 Johnson Darlene - IOB ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 39 Johnson Howard -IIA ,,,,, ,,,, I 29, 132 Johnson Jim- IIA ,,e.,,,,,, , ,,,, 48, 71 Johnson, Joyce -IIA ,,,,.,, ,,,,.. 6 9, 71, 129 Johnson Kent- 1 IB ,.....,,, ...,..., 6 9, 71 Johnson Mariean -IIB ,,..,. , ,,,,,,,,,, 68, I3I Johnson Marlene -IIA ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, I 2 9 Johnson Naomi- 12A ,,,,, 64, 65, 76, II3 Johnson Robert- I IA ...,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I 29 Johnson Robert L.- IOA I35 Johnson Ronald - IOA ,,,,, ., ,,., I35 Johnson Ruth -IIA ,,,,,, ..,,,,, I 29 Johnson Steven - IOB ,,,.,. ......,,,. I 39 Johnson Valerie -IIA ,,... ...u., 7 O, I29 Johnston, Howard -IIB ..... ,,,,,,,..,,,... 7 I Jones, Clemone - IOA ,u.,, .,.u..,..,.,,,. I 35 Jones, Bill- I2A ,u...... .u,,. 6 3, 70, I 13 Jones, Helen -12B ,,A.. ,,,,,, 7 3, I26 Joneson, Jone- IOA ...., ,.,,., 7 6, I35 Joslin, Barbara -IIA ..,.... ...,,, 7 7, I29 79 K lialavitz, Joyce - 11A ,,.. ,7,,, 1 29 Kalward, Zaiha -10B ,Y,, .,,,. 1 35 Kamp, Donna -10B ..,,.,,,,,, ,,,,. 1 35 Kampenga, Harold -12B ,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 26 Karel, Henry- 10A ,,Ae.... .,,.,,,.... 1 35 Karel, Jean - 11A ,,.., ,.,,... 6 9, 129 Karr, Muona- 11A ,,,,,,, ,.e,,,,,e , 129 Keillor, Ann- 12B ,,,,, .,,,,,,.., 7 0, 126 Kelley, Judy -12A .,.,, ..,.... 6 6, 92, 113 Kelly, Bill- 10A ,,,.,,A .,,,.A.A.,..,,,,..A...,,,A 1 35 Kelly, Jim -12A ,,,,,,., ,,,,,, 4 8, 70, 102, 113 Kendall, Dave -10B ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 39 Kendall, Gloria -10B ...,.,,,,,,,...,,,...,......,,,,,. 139 Kendall, Nancy -12A ,,,, 36, 37, 66, 71, 78, 79, 113 Kenter, Phyllis -10A ...,. ,,,,, 1 35 Kettler, Barbara -12A ,,,..,....,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 65 Keur, Kitty-12A e,,,,,, ,,,, 4 2, 60, 62, 80, 114 Keur, Ronald -10B ....... .......,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 39 Kidd, Jim -12B ....,......., ,,A,, 1 26 Kidder, Shirley -12B ..,... ,,,, 1 26 Kieft, Gordon - 12A ,,,,. e,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 14 Kieft, Wayne - 12A ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 O, 57, 114 Kiel, Darlene -11A ....,, ,,,,,, 6 9, 77, 129 Kiel, Marilyn - 10A e,,,,,, ,,,,,,A,A,,,,, 1 35 Kienke, Marlene -10A ,,,, ,,., 8 0, 135 King, Barbara -11B ,,,,, ,,,,. 1 31 King, Besie-10B ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 39 King, Darlene - 11A .,,., ,,,, 8 1, 129 King, Leon- 11B iii, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,A,A,,,, 1 O 2, 131 King, Roger- 12B ,,,,,,..,. 31, 48, 102, 125, 126 Kinstner, Lee --12A ,. .A,..,,,..,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 114 Kinting, Jim -10A .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 135 Kirkpatrick, Joan - 11A ,,,, 3, 23, 69, 70, 77, 129 Kison, Karen - 11A ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,1,A,,,,, 7 O , 129 Kissling, Earl- 10A ,.,,.,, ,,,,.,,,,,, 1 35 Klang, Sally-11B ,,... ,,,..,. 7 1, 132 Klasno, Mike -12B ,,,,A.. ,,,,, 4 8, 126 Kluck, Bob -10A ,,,,,.,...,, ,,,,, 1 35 Klevering, Joyce -12B ,.,,... ,.,,,,,. 1 26 Klein, Henry - 11A ,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,, 6 9, 73 Kleyn, Lois -10A ,.,,,. .,,,,,,,,,...,..,,,... 1 35 Kline, Herb - 11A ,,,,,,,,, ,,...,, 4 2, 60, 79, 129 Klinger, Ardis -12A ,.,., ,,,.,,,,,,..e,,,,,,,,,,, 6 9 Klinger, Earl- 12A ,,,,,. ..,,a, 6 9, 114 Klinger, Ruth -10A a,.,... ,,,.,,, 6 ,69, 135 Klinkner, Dick - 12B ...... .e,,, 6 O, 125, 126 Kloosterman, Kay -11A ,.,.. 70, 129 Knapp, Ruby -10B .,,.,,,,., .,.....a,,. 1 39 Knevitt, Sharlynn -11B .,,.,. ,,aaa.. 6 9, 132 Knoll, Arlene - 10B ..,,,,, ,..,,,,, 1 39 Knoll, Betty-12B ....., a,,,,,,, 1 26 Knop, Ron-UA ,,,,,,c.,,,,,. .,.,. 3 8,129 Knowles, Sandra - 11A ....... ,.,,.,.,,,. 1 29 Knutson, Eleanore -12B ,.,,,, 66, 126 Kockin, Nancy -10A ,,,.,,,. .,,........ 1 39 Kolbe, Shirley -12B ,,,,, ..a,.. 6 9, 76 Kolkema, Dick- 11B ..... ......,,,,,...,,. 1 32 Koontz, Connie -11A ,.,,, .,,,,, 2 3, 70, 129 Korlman, Marion -10A ,,,A so A .,,,,,,,,,.,,, 135 Koski, Elsa -10A a,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,., 7 3, 135 Kota, Alex -11B .......,.... .......,........ 1 32 Kowalski, Joann -10A ,,,,,A, .,.a,., 6 0, 76, 135 Kraft, Suzanna - 11A a,,,,,,,.,,,..,,,,,,,, 70, 80, 129 Kramer, Marianne -10A ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 76, 135 Kramer, Mary -12A ..,, 6, 58, 60, 68, 104, 114 Kroeze, Cheryl- 10B ...,.,..........,A,.....,..,....,,,. 139 Krogman, Pauline -11A ,,,,c .,.,,, 3 , 60, 129 Krogman, Suzanne -11A ...a,.. 62, 70, 129 Kroll, Ralph-12A ,,,a,,,.,, ,,..,,,,,,,c.,,, 1 14 Krueger, Jack -10A ...,. ,...... 4 8, 50, 135 Krupp, Marlene -12A .,,,.. 24, 79, 114 Kuck, David -11B ....,... ....,...........,, 8 1 Kuehn, Flora -12A a,.,,. ,.,,,, 6 6, 71, 114 Kuhn, Janet- 1OA ,....., ...,..,,..,,,,,...,,.... 6 2 Kulicamp, Mary- 12A ,,.A ..,,, 1 6, 20, 76, 114 Kurtz, Janice -10A .,...,.. ,,..,.,.,,..,, 7 1,,135 Kuypers, Ruthella -12B ,,.,, .,,..., 1 O2 L Lackey, Bernard -11A ,......,,,,,,.,,.,,,,..,,,,.,,,, 129 LaCore, Sue- 11A ,L 60, 0, 72, 77, 78, 129 LaCourse, Joan - 12B .,...,......,,,. 63, 64, 77, 126 Ladd, Cynthia --12A .,..,,. .,.,,,,,. 6 6, 79, 114 Lahnala, Gerald- 12A ,, ,,,,.,,,,,.,..,,, 114 Lambkin, Gayle- 10A ,,..., 62, 71, 135 Lancaster, Marilou - 10A ,..........., 135 Lange, Jack -10B ,,..,,,.. .,... 1 38, 139 Lange, Nancy-12A .,,,, ,.......,,. 1 14 Lange, Rolland -11B ,,,,., .,... 1 32, 135 Langler, Marlene - 11A ,, .,,.,,., 129 LaNouette, Marva -10A ..,.. 66, 135 LaPointe, Burnell-10A .. .,..,... 139 Larabee, Shirley -11B aa... .... 6 9, 132 Laraway, Esther - I IA .,,,, A,A..,,,, Larson, Leon - IZB ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 6 9 LaRue, Mary Lou - IOB ,,,,, ,,,,,..,, Latsch, Eloise - IOB .,.,, .,,A,., Lash, Peggy - IZB ...,... A..AAA. Latsch, Nancy - IOB ,,.,.. ..,,A LaVere, Julie - IOA ,.......,.. ,,A,,, Lawrence, Marilyn - I IA .,,,., .i,,.A,,, Lawrence, Wilma - IZA ,,,,,,, ,, 69, Leach, Gloria - I IA ,,,Y,,, ,.,,,, 7 8, Leaf, Carmen - IZA ,,,,,, .,,,i,,,, Leaf, Sally-IIB ,,,,,,,,A ,,,,7O Leak, Dale - IZA ,,,,,,A, ,,,,,, Z 3, Leak, Donald - IZA ,...,.. ,, Leeds, Sally - IZA ,,YY,,,,, ..,,,, 6 8, Legault, Joseph - IOB .,.A.,, i.,,,,,,, Lehman, Janet - IOA A.A,,, ,,,,,, LeMieux, Carol - IOB ,,,, ,,.... Lennox, Mildred - IIA . Mr, Leonard, W. - I IA ,,Y,,,,, ,,,,,, LeRoux, Eugene - I IA ,,,,,,, ,,,,, , Leventis, Flora - IZB ,,,,,, I, ,, 3 Lewis, Tom - IOA ,,,,,,,,,A,A ,,,,,,, Leyanna, Mariio - IZA A,,,, , , ,,,, H, Lichte, Shirley - IZA ,,AAA,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, A,,,,,,,, Liechti, Harris- IZA ,,A,,, I6, Z5, 34, 36, 37, 65, 78, 79, II5 Lifer, Leon - IZA ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,, A U W Lifer, Lois - IZA ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Liggins, Ethel - I IA ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Lindback, Nancy - I IA ,,,,, ,,,,,, 6 O Lindblom, George- I lA ,. H, , , 60 Lindeman, Walter - IZB ,,,,,,.., ..,,, 7 I, 76 Lindstrom, Audrienne - I IA ..,... ,,,,,, 7 I Lindstrom, Beverly - IZA ,,,,..,,. ,,.,,,, 7 I Lindstrom, Carl - I I B ,,,,, ,,,, , 60 Linstrom, Russell - IOB ,,,,. ,.,,,, Link, Raymond - I IA ,,,, ,,,,,,,, Linton, Ken- IZB ,,,,,,, ,,,, I 25 Littell, Jack - IOB ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Lloyd, Richard - IZA ,,,,,, ,,,, Lohman, Donald - IZB ,,,,. ,,,,, Loko, Francis - IOB ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,---,,, Long, Paul - IOA .....,., 69, SI Loomis, Donzy - I IA ..... 7I, 78 Lorenz, Roy - I I B ,A,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,v,, Lorenz, Arnold - IZA ,,,,. ,,,, IZ9 I39 I39 I39 IZ6 I35 I35 IZ9 IIA IZ9 IIA I3Z IIA IIA IIA I39 I35 I39 IZ9 IZ9 IZ9 IZ6 I35 IZZ II5 60, IZ3 II5 II5 IZ6 IZ9 IZ9 IZ6 IZ9 II5 I3Z I35 72 IZ6 l39 II5 IZ6 I39 I35 IZ9 I3Z II5 Loughery, Mary 1 IOA ,,,,., AZ, 60, 66, 7I, Lovell, Agnes - IOA, ,, . .,..,,,,, , Lower, Elsie - IZA , ,, Lowry, Richard - IOA , Ludlow, Barbara - IZA ,,,,, Lullen, Earl h IOA ,, ,, , Lusk, Jeannette - IOA .,,, Luther, Rosemary ,,,,,,, , M McCall, N. - IOA ,,,,,, ,,,, I ,, McCallum, Harry - IOA ,,,,. McClure, Monte - IOA .,.,.., ,,,, McCormick, Pat - IZB .. ...., A , ,,,,,,, McCormick, Patricia - IZA ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, McDonald, Ron - IZA ,...,,,, IA, I9, ZI, Mclntire, Virginia - IOA ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, 62, McGregor, Peg - IOA ,,,,,,,,,, ,, 3 McMahon, Jacquelynn - I IA McMichael, Donna - IOA ,,,,, McMillan, Joann - IOA ,,c,, ,, McNiff, Bill - IZA ,,,,.....,.,.. ,,.,.. McPherson, Joreen -- IOA ,,,A,,, Mcwhorter, Jim - IZA ,,,, Maastricht, Bill - IOA ,,,., Maddix, Bill - IOA ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Makemson, Barbara -- I IA ,,,.. ,,,,,, Malsburg, Jerry - IOA ,,,,,,, ,,,, Matzburg, Pat - IZA ,, ,, Mahoney, Pat - I IA ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Manchester, Bob - IZB ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 I, 39, Marceau, Janice - IOA ,,,,,,,,r,,r,,,,,,,, 69, Markham, Rose Marie - IOA ,,,,,, ,...,,, Mark, David - IOA ,,,,........,, .,,, Mars, Marilyn - I I B ,,,,,.. .,,, , Marsh, Victor - IOA ,,,,,.,, Marshall, Joyce - IOA ,...,,, Martin, Bruce - IOA ,,,,... ...,,..,,,. Martin, Carol - IOB , , Martin, Donna - I IA , ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , Martin, Juanita - I IA ,,,,, ,,,,,, I 6, Martin, Marilyn - IZA ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Martin, Ray - IOA ,...,.,.,, Martinez, Louie - IZB ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, Martinez, Tony - IOA ,,,,, ..,,,, Martz, Roger - IOA ...,, Marvin, Loyal - IZA ,,.,.., I35 I35 II5 I35 II5 I35 I35 73 l36 I36 I36 IZ6 II5 II5 I36 I36 69 I36 I36 II5 I36 II5 I35 I35 IZ9 A9 II5 IZ9 I26 I35 I35 I35 IZ9 I35 I35 7I I39 IZ9 IZ9 II5 I35 97 I35 I35 II5 Z2 Mason, Bill - I IA ...,..,,,,,,,. ,,,,.,,,. Matecum, Eugene - I2A Y,..... ,w,,. 6 I, Mathews, Marilyn - I2A ,,,,.. ,,,.,, Mathews, Patricia - IOA ,,...,. ,,,,., Matteson, Marcia - IOA A,.,,.. ......,...,.... Matthews, Bruce - I2B ....., ..,., 6 9, 73, Matthews, Don - IOA ,,,., ......,,.... May, William - I2A ..,, ,,,,,, Maycroft, Don - I2B ..,,... ,,,,. Maycroft, Glenn - IIA ,.,,,, ..,,, Mayo, Nancy - I IA .... ...,,...,..,,,.,,,,.,,,,.,,, Maxwell, Joan - I2A ,,,,,,,,,, 36, 37, 7I, 79, Mayrose, John - IIA ..,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,..,, 60, 72 Mavis, Dorlan - I2B ,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,7 Maycroft, Ron - I2A .....,. ,l,,. 7 , Mazade, Louise - I IA ,,,,,, ,.... Medendorp, Bill - I2B ,,,,,s.., ,,,,, Medendorp, Gordon - I IA ...... ..,.. Medlin, Charles - IOA ,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,s,,,,,,,,,, ,,7, Menges, Charles - I IA .. 22, 25, 68, 78, 79, Menzies, Pat - I IA ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mercey, Nancy - IOA ,,,,, ..,,A Metheny, James - IOB ..... ,,,.. Myers, Andrew - I IA ,..,. ,,,, Meyers, Barbara - IOA ,,,,,, ..,A, Meyers, Dick ,,s,.s,,.,,,,,,,,,, Ass,,,, Mezeske, Mary - I2A ,,,,, ,AAAA 6 4 Meyers, Shirley - I2A .,,,. .,s,, 7 I Michelman, Betty - I IA ..,, .,,,, Midboe, Joan - I2A ,,,,,,s,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,V7, , U Middlecamp, Gordon - IOA ssl,ss,,s,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Middlecamp, Grace - I IA ,l,,,... 7I, 76, 77, Miller, Garth - I2A ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,., ,,,VV,,,,,. Miller, Sherril - I2A ,,,,, s,,,, I 5, Miller, Sheila - IOA ,,i,,, ,V,, , 73 Miller, Terry - IOA ,,,,, ,,,,,,-', Mines, Bob - IOA ,.,.,,,, ,Y,,,. Mines, Theresa - IOA ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,VV,,V,,,,,, Minuth, Joan - I2A A,A,, ,,,,,,, 3 6, 37, 71 Mitchell, Alice - IOB ...,...,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mitchell, Maynard - IOA .,.,,, ,,,,,,,, Moessner, Kathryn - I IA ..,., ,,,,, 7 2 Mondt, Karen - IOB ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Monroe, Charles - IOA ,....., ,,,, Mooers, Carolyn M. - I IA ,.,,,,, ,,,A,, Moon, Linda - IOA .,,,,,,s,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Moon, Nancy - I IA ,..,. sss., 6 2, 70, 7I I29 II5 II6 I36 I36 I26 I36 II6 I26 I29 I29 II6 I29 I26 I26 I29 I26 I29 49 I29 I26 I36 I36 I29 I36 7I II6 II6 I29 II6 I36 I29 II6 II6 I36 I36 I36 I36 II6 I39 I36 I29 I39 69 I29 I36 I29 Moore, Lyle - I IA ,,s,.,, ,,,,,,, 6 8, 79, 95, I29 Morse, Beverly - IOA .,,,,, ,..,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,, I 36 Morse, Joan - IOB ,....,,,. ,,,,,,,, I 39 Morehouse, Jack - I IB , ,,,,,,,,,, ,,..,, 6 9, I32 Moseler, Mary Louise - I IA .,.,... ..,.. 7 3, I29 Mosher, Judith 7- IOB .,.,,,,,.,,, s,,s,A I 39 Moreen, lvaleen - IOA ,,,,,, ...,..,..,..... I 32 Morrell, llene- IOA ..,,, .,,,, 6 9, 77, I36 Morris, Sue - I IA ,,,,, ,,.,...,,,.... I 29 Movey, Pam- IIB ......, ,,,.. 7 I, I32 Mulder, Richard - I2B ...., s..,....A,. 9 8 Mudgett, David - I2A ..,,, ..,... 7 O, I I6 Mulder, Phyllis- IOA ,,,,ss.. ,,,.. I 36 Mulready, Kathryn - IOA ,.,,,.,,, I36 Mummert, Don - I2B ,,,,,, ...,..,,,,.,,,,. 6 5, I26 Murphy, Jean 1 I IA .,.,.,, ,, 62, 70, 7I, I29 Murphy, Roger - IOA ,,,,,, ,,,,,. ,.....,,.,,, I 3 6 Musk, Phyllis -- I2A ...,,, ,,,.. I I6 N Napier, Phyllis - I2A .,,,, ,,,,, I I6 Neading, Katy - IOB ,,u.... ...... I 39 Neal, Gary - IOA .,..,,,,,,, .,....... I 36 Nedervelt, Mary - IOA .,.., 7I, I36 Nelson, Janet - I IA .,s,,, .,....... I 29 Nelson, Jeanne - IOA .,,, ,,.,,, 6 8, I36 Nelson, John-I2A .,....., 3I, II6 Nelson, Leida - I2A ,,,,, 69, 7I, II6 Nelson, Lynalice - IOB .,,,..,,.,.... I39 Nelson, Ramona - IOB ,,,,,,, I I39 Nelson, Ron - IOA ...,,. ...... I 36 Nelson, Rudolph -IIA ,,,s. I26 Nelson, Shirley - IOA .... ......,........ I 36 Nelson Wanda - IOA ,,,, 69, 7I, I36 Nelund, Lois - I2A ,...,, ...,....... I I6 Nenis, Barbara - IOA .... ..... I 36 Netzler, Shirley - IOA ..,. ., ..... I36 Neumann, Dick - I2B ,...,... ,.... 4 8, I26 Neumann, Marlene - IOA ...., ..,,.,,....,u ..s,. I 3 6 Nielsen, Oda - I2A s,,,,,,. ,... 6 9, 7I, 77, II6 Nielson, Lorraine - I I B ,,s,.,,.,....,.,,,....... ...,. I 32 Nolen, Jane Cody - I IA .....,....,...,A..s........... I29 Nolen, Mary- I2A ,.,,,. 6I, 66, 7I, 72, 78, II6 Norris, Phillip - IOA .,,,............s,.................. I36 Norstrom, Janet - I IB ,,.............. 3, 62, 70, I32 Nugent, Jerry - I IA ,,,......,...,..,....,..,........... l29 Nutt, James - I2A ..., 43, 60, 63, 65, 70 78, I I6 O O'Brien, Earl 1 IOA .,,....,., O'Connor, Terry 1 I IA ...,,,r Oden, Fillmore R. 1 I IA .,,,, Odmark, Ray- IIB ,,,,,,. Ogren, Bill 1 IOA ,.,,,. Ohst, Vivian 1 IOA ,,,,,,A Olsen, Ann 1 IZB ,.,,,,,,, Olsen, Charles 1 I IB ,.,,,, Olsen, Mary 1 I IA ,.,, ..,, Olsen, Sam 1 IZA ....,. .. Olson, Kareen 1 I IA ,,,,., Olson, Ronnie 1I0B ,,,,,A.,,.,,..,,........,,..,, Ortquist, Jacquelyne 1 IZA ,.,.,, 45, 66, Ortquist, Norma 1 IZA ,,,,7,,, 23, 66, 68, Osborn, Bud 1IZB ,,,,,,, ,A,,,..,,,.,.,,,,,,, Ott, Richard 1 IOB ,.,,.,,,,.,, Otworth, Patricia 1 IOA ....,. Oudsema, Ronald 1I0A ,,,,, ,..,,,,,, Ouwerkerk, Arthea 1 IIA , 68, P Panice, August 1 I IA .,..... Paquin, Joyce1I0A , .. Parker, Sally 1 IZB ,. Parks, Dave - IOA ,,,,,,,,, Parsons, Janet 1 IOA ,,,,.., Patow, Connie 1IOA .,,,,,, Patrick, Victor 1 IOB ,,,,, Patt, Virginia 1I0A ,.,,.. Patterson, Dail 1 IOA ...,.. ....,....,..,.,. Pattison, Shirley 1 I IA ....,,,,.A., Z3, 70, Patow, Gerald -- IZA ,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 , Paul, Harold 1 I IA ...,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Paulik, Tony 1IOA .,..... Pavlich, Pete 1 IZA ....,., Paulsen, Harold 1 I I B ...,,. Peapples, Bob 1 IZA ,....., Pearce, Ronald -IIA .A,.., Pearson, Eddie - IOA ,,,,,., Pedersen, Sharon - IOA ...., Peel, Bill1IIA ,r.....,...,.aa 1 Pelkey, Edward 1I0B .,.... Perry, Elton - IOA .c..,... Perry, Joe Dale 1 IZA ,,,,,, ,,,,c Perry, Richard 1 IOB ,,... 49 8I IZ9 I3Z I36 I36 ,, 3 8I IZ9 II7 IZ9 I39 II7 II7 IZ6 I39 I36 I36 IZ9 IZ9 I36 I26 I36 I36 I36 I39 I36 I36 IZ9 II7 IZ9 I36 II7 I3Z II7 90 I36 I36 IZ9 I39 I36 II7 I39 Perry, Ronald 1 IZA ., I6, ZO, 58, 60, 6I, 78, IOA, 117 Peters, Gail -- IOB .. ,,., I39 Peterson, Brent 1 I IB .,,,., ,, ., 8I Peterson, Carol Elaine 1 IZA .,,,. ,,,.,, , II7 Petersen, Quinton -- IOB ..., ,,,,,, Z, I39 Petersen, Shirley 1 I IA ,,,,,,, ,,,..., 6 Z, I29 Peterson, Doreen 1 IZA ,, ,, , ,,, 65, II7 Peterson, Joan 1 IOA , ...., ,,,,,. ,,,..,,, , , I36 Peterson, Louise 1I0A ,,,,, 3I, 7I, 77, I3Z Peterson, Roy 1 I I B ..... . ,,,,,,, ,,,, 7 O, I32 Pfeiffer, Doris 1I0A ,, , I36 Pfeiffer, Stan 1 IZA ...,,, ,, I I7 Pfister, Norman -IZA r,r, U. I I7 Phillips, Phyllis IZA ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, I I7 Phinney, Darlene 1 I IB ,,,,, ...,,, ,,,, 6 9 Piatt, Robert 1 IZA ,..,,, ,,.., ,.., 6 4 , I I7 Pickle, Larry 1 IZA ,.,,,,,, ..,,,, 4 4, 70, I I7 Picton, William 1 IZA ,,,,,, ,,,,sr,,,,,,,,,, I I7 Pierce, Dale 1IOA ,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , I36 Pippin, Bill - IZB sssssss 1 ,,,,,, 14, 48, I26 Pixley, Dolores 1 I IA ,,,,, ,, ,,,,,, ,, IZ9 Plekes, Paul 1 IOB .,...,..,.., .. . I39 Plumhoff, Thomas 1I0A ,, , ,,,, 79, I36 Plumhoff, Vivian 1 IZA ,,,,,, , ,,,,1,.1,,1,,, , , I I7 Poe, Florence 1IOA ...,.,... . ,.,,,, I7, 69, 72, I36 Polak, Mary Jean 1 I IA ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 78, IZ9 Poland, Sydney 1IOB ,,,,,, ,...,, , ,, I39 Poling, Patricia 1 IZA ,,,,, ,H 65, II7 Pomeroy, Bill 1 IOA ,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I36 Porter, Jerry 1 IZA ,,,, ,, 6, 50, 70, I I8 Porter, Jay1I0A , ...,..,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I 36 Postema, Joanne - IOB ,,,,, .,11. I 39 Postema, Lois - IZB ,, ,, H, I26 Postmus, Merle 1 IZA ,,,,.. ,, II8 Potts, Carolyn 1I0B ,,... ,,,,. I 39 Potts, Tom 1 IOB ....,... ,,,,, I 39 Paulos, Peter 1 IOA ...,.. ,.,,,, I 36 Prater, Beverly 1 I IA ,.,,.. ,,,, I Z9 Prater, Bob 1I0A ,.,,, I36 Predka, Monica 1 I IA ,,,,, ,1,. I 29 Prell, Stanley 1I0A ,,,,, .,,.... I 36 Price, Jim 1 IZB ,,.... ..,., Z 0, 81 Price, Mary 1 IOA ....,, ,,..,,,,,,,,,,........ I 36 Prins, Carole 1 I IA ,,,,,,...,.......,.. 62, 70, 7I, IZ9 Prow, Delores Ann 1 I IB .,,,,,, ,,.,........ 6 9, IZ9 Putnam, Laura1 IZA ..s,,,,, ,s.s,,. I I8 R Rademacher, Marilyn-12A .. ...,, 118 Rademaker, Pat - I IA ....,,. ..,,A, 9 5, 130 Rohn, Frank-12A ,.....,., .A..,,, , 118 Ramirez, Alice --10A ,,.i,,,,, ,,,,,, I 36 Ramirez, Margaret - 108 ..,, ,,,,,,..,, I 39 Ramsey, Bill--IIB ,,,,,i,,. ,, 70, 132 Randall, Marilyn-12A .,,,,, ,,,,,,,,..,,,,,...,,,... I I8 Rasey, Patricia-10A .....,., 34, 60, 66, 79, 136 Rasmussen, Karen - IIB ,,,,,..,. ,, 62, 81, 132 Rasmussen, Tom -12A ,,,,, ,,,,,,..,,,..,. I 18 Rathbun, Norman -12A ...... .i.. 4 3, 50, 118 Raymond, Shirley - IIA ,,.,,, ,,,,,,,..,,.,,, 1 30 Rebone, Barbara -12A ...., ,,,, , . 118 Reck, Max-12A ,,,,,,..,,,, ,,,,,,, I 18 Recknagle, Dean - IIA ,,,,, .,,,,,, I 30 Reed, Beverly - 10A ,,i,,, ,,.,,, 1 36 Reed, Darlene - IOB .,,,., iA.,,,, 1 39 Reed, Lois - IIA ..,,... ,i.,,,, 1 30 Reed, Milton - 10B i,..i, , ,,,, 139 Reed, Robert - 10A ,,,,,,,, ,,A,,,, I 36 Reis, Ray - 12A ,,,,,,.,,,,,..., ,,,,.,,A,,, Richards, Charles - IIA 7,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,, 7 2 Riekels, Henry -12B ...,,.,,..., ,,,,,,, 2 , 34, 42, 79 Riekels, Mary Jane -12A ,,,,,,, ...,,..A,,.,,,, I 18 Rinckey, Charlotte -10A ,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 36 Risk, Patricia -10A ,,,,cAc, ,,,,,4 6 6, 136 Ritter, Walt - I I B ,,,,, ,,,,,, 6 9, 132 Robar, Jim - IOA ,,c.cA,, ,,.,,, 6 9, 136 Robbins, Larry -10A ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 7 3, 136 Roberts, Louise - 12B ,,cc,,, ,,,,.,,,, 1 26 Robertson, Evelyn - IIA ,c,. ,,,,,, 8 1 Racklin, Willie - 12A .,c,, AA,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,7,,,,,,, Rodewald, Bill-12B ,,,c,s ccccc 4 3, 60, 72, 130 Roelofs, Maxine -10A ,ccA,, ,,,,,,,, 7 1, 77, 136 Rogers, Glenna - 11B ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 69, 132 Rogers, Janice - 12A ,... 25, 45, 60, 68, 78, 118 Rogers, Jim - IOA ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 36 Roian, Dorrine - IOA ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 36 Rollins, Jean - IIA ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 8 1, 130 Rork, Ellen - IIB ,.,,,, ,,,,, 6 8, 70, 132 Rose, Noel-IIA ,,,,..,, ,,,,,,,, 1 , 130 Rose, Robert J. - 11A ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 30 Rosen, Kurt- IOA cccc,., ,,,,,,, 1 36 Rowe, Everett - I IB ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 30 Rowe, Eugene - 12A ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 18 Rummelt, Marva - IIA ,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 30 Runnels, Bob -12A ,,,.,,, ,,,,, 4 8, 65, 70, 118 Russcher, Glenn - 12B ,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,A, 8 1, 126 Russell, Collette -12A .,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 18 Russell, Kathleen - IIA , .,,,,, 90, 130 Rust, Shirley - IIA ,,,c,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 30 Ryan, Patricia T IIA ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,4, 1 30 Ryan, William -12A c..,,. ,,,c,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 18 Ryke, Ruth- IIA ccccc ,,c,, 71, 77, 130 S Sabin, Emogene-10A ..,,, ,,.... 9 7, 136 Sampson, Janet - I IA .,,,.. 70, 130 Sandin, Jim- IIB ..,,...... ,..s,s. I 32 Sangster, Eugene -10B ,, .....,........,s 139 Sargent, Fred -12A ......, ,,..,, 5 7, 64, 118 Saxton, Harriet - 10B ,,., ..,,,,..,s,, I 39 Sayles, Burwell-12A ..,,,,, ,..,.. 7 0, 119 Saylor, Jim --10B ,,.,,...,,..,,.. ,......,............. I 39 Scanlon, Shirleyann -12A ,,.,.,., 69, 73, 80, 119 Seelye, Barbara - I IA ..,, ,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,s,,,,s I 30 Schacht, Nancy -10A .,..,.......,,,,..,.......,.,,.,,, 136 Schafer, Gordon -12A .,,,,, 25, 34, 42, 43, 60, 61, 78, 79,104,119 Scheidegger, Rosemary -12B ,,,,..,,,,,,,s,,.,.s,, 126 Schlueter, Dorothy - IIA ...... 69, 130 Schmidt, Rita -10A ,....,,, ,.,...,,A, I 36 Schmidt, Wayne - IIA .,... ,,.......... 7 0, 129 Schmieding, Joyce 1 IIA ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I 30 Schoonover, Patricia -12A ....,, 15, 70, 80, 119 Schuiteman, Paul - I IA ,,,,.., ...,.,,,,,,,,., 7 I, 130 Schuler, Sandy - IIB ...,, ,,.,. 6 2, 66, 79, fI 32 Schultz, Robert - 10A ,.., ..........,.,...,,,.. 1 36 Schulz, Larrene - IIB ,.,, ..,..,,,, I 30 Schuter, Janice - I IA ..,. ,,,,.,,....,c.. 7 I, 130 Schutter, Ray -12A .,.. ...,.,..... I 4, 39, 48, 119 Schutter, Ruth -12A .,.... 37, 43, 104, 119 Scott, Doran -12A ccc... .,,s,,,,,...,., 6 2, 71, 119 Scott, Ronald -10B ......,, .c,..,,,,.,.,,,,. 2 Scott, Snowden - 12A .,.. ,A,. I I9 Scouten, Dick -10A ...., ,,.,......,.,.....,,,, 1 36 Scouten, Vic - 10A ,,,,,,,,. .,c,,,..,,,c,,c,,,,c 4 9, 71 Seastrom, Carole -12B., 60, 77, 102, 126 Seastrom, Jack - IIA ,,,.,,.,,. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 1 30 Sechen, Geneiveve - IOA ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 136 Seelman, John - I IA ,.,.,c,c.,,. ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 1 30 Seeley, Ellen - IIB .,.., 71, 77, 79, 132 Sequin, Sharon -12A .,.,, ,c,,,, 7 O, 71, 119 Seifers, Randall - I IA ,,,, 130 Seites, Mary - I I B .,,,,A Seibel, Ronald -IIA Y,,A. Seyferth, Sandy -IZA ,,,,., Shaffer, Gaylord - IOB ,,,,. Shanty, Charlene - IOA ..7,,,, Shaw, Gerald - I IA ,,,,.. Shaw, Maralee - IOA ,,..,,, Sheaffer, Charles - IOB ,,,..,, Sheffer, Robert- IOA ,,,,,,l Sheldon, Carrlee -IZA ..,Y,,, Sheldon, David - IZA ......, Sheringer, John -IIA ,.,Y,,, Shetterly, Edward - IOA ,,.,,, Shively, Melba -IZA ,,,,, Shockey, Donald -IIA .,,, Shriver, Harvey - IOA .,.,... Shriver, Phyllis - IOA ..,,,,,, Shunk, Jacqueline -IZA .., Sibson, John -IIA ,,..,l.,.., Sieplinga, Gladys - I ZB ,,,,,,. Silver, Ellen -IZA ..,,.,,,,, Sima, Donald - IOA ,,,.,.....,,. Singleton, Charlotte - IOA ,,,,, Sipe, Ronald - IOA ,..l......,,,, Siplon, Carol- IOA ,,,,, Sirotke, Ted - I IA .,,,,,,,,, Sittser, Sueiean - IOA ..,,.,. Slott, Joan - IOA ..,,,,, Slott, John - IOA ....... Slover, Sandy - IZB .,..., Smith, Ann - IOA ..,, Smith, Arthur - IOB ,,,,, Smith, Carol- IIA ...,,, , Smith, Carolyn -IIA .,,,, Smith, Edward -IIA .,..,r.. Smith, Emrie Ann -IIA r..,.,,. Smith, Grace -IZA ,,,,,,,,,A,,A,, Smith, Gertrude -IIB .,,,,, 62 Smith, Joe - IOA .,,,,,,,, ,, U Smith, Jim -IIB ,,,,,YY,,,,,,,, Smith, Jacqueline -IIA ,..,,, Smith, Kenneth - IOB ....c,, Smith, Marilyn - IOB .,.c,. Smith, Sandy - IOB ......,. Soderman, Bob - IZA ,,,,,,, Somero, Patsy - IOA ,,,,. Sokall, Anthony - IOA e,,,, 66, 68 64, 40, 57 8I 4, 77 7I, 80, 57, 69, 7l , 34, 68, 90 69, 70 69, 8I, IOI 68 62, 7I ZO, 48, 7I, I30 I30 II9 I39 I36 I30 I36 I39 I36 II9 II9 I30 I36 II9 I30 I36 I36 II9 I30 I26 II9 I36 I36 I36 I37 I30 I36 I36 I36 I26 I36 I37 I37 I30 I30 I30 II9 I32 I37 I3Z I30 I39 I39 I39 II9 I37 I37 Sorenson, Joyce- IOA I37 Sowa, Jerry -IIA ,, 46, 48 Spiller, Gloria - IOA ,,,,,, , ,, 7I Springer, Leona - IZA .,,, , ,,,, I I9 Springer, Lois - IOA ..,... I37 Spurgat, Marilyn - IOA ,, .,,,.,,.,. , ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, I 37 Spyke, Jerry -IZA ..., ,H ,,,, , 44, 60, 70, IZO Spyke, Marva -IZA ,,,,,,,, , 68, 7I, 78, 79, II9 Squires, Charlene- IZA 62, 65, 68, 77, II9 Squire, Nancy -IIA ,,,, , ,......,,,,,,,,,.., 69,, I30 Stadt, Nancy -IIA ,,,,, .,,,,, 7 I, I30 Stanley, Anna - IOA .,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,, I 37 Stanley, Virginia -IIA ,,,,, ,,,..,, I 30 Stapel, Harry -IZA ,.,.,, . IZO Stark, Howard -IZA , ,,,,,,, ,,.,,.,..,,...,..,,,,,, I 20 Starks, David- IZA ,. ZZ, 24, 25, 39, 4I, 4Z, 59, 60, 69, 78, 79, IZO Stathis, Nina - IOA .,.,.,.., , H, 60, 62, 69, I37 Stathis, Tula -IZA , ,, 7, 32, 35, 60, 6I, 62, 68, IZO Staut, Phyllis- IOB .., .,,,, ,,,,,, , I39 Stebelton, Shirley - IOB .,,.., , ,,,. I39 Steiner, Matt- I IA .. ,, , .,,.., 3I, I30 Steiner, Patsy- IZA ,, , H, , ,,,,, ,, , 79, IZO Stern, Jerome- IZA , ,, .. ,. ,.,,,,,,,,,.,,, IZO Sternburgh, Yvonne- IZB . ,, 69, 7I, 77, I26 Sterritt, Beverly - IZA , , .,,,,,,,,,,, 8I, IZO Stevens, Patricia- IOA ..,, .,,, c I37 Steuerwald, Delores -IZA IZO Stewart, Mike -- IOA .,,,,, , .. ,... I37 Stidham, Shirley- IOA I37 Starck, Don-IIA ..,..., ZI,48 Storm, Marilyn - IOB ,.., , , I4I, I39 Strong, Larry - IOA ,,,.. .,,, ,.,,,. 4 Z Stubbs, Dale - IOA ,,,,, ,, ,,.,,, 7I, I37 Sturgis, Lunette- IIA , ,,,, ,.,, , 90, I30 Sturgeon, Darlene - IOB ,,.... ,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 7 3, I39 Suchecki, Dennis -IZA , , , Z3, 36, 37, 38, 4Z, 48, 55, IZO Sutherland, Mary -IZA ,,,. ,. ,,,,,,,,, 65, IZO Swain, Harold - IZA ,, ,, IZO Swain, Marlene - IOA ,,,,.. ,..,,,,,,...,,.. I 37 Swanson, Carla - IOA ,,,,.. ,,.... 6 9, 8I, I37 Swanson, Julie- IOA ,,,.,,..,,, ,,..., 6 9, 73, I37 Swanson, Margaret- IZB ,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,..,, I Z6 Swanson, Marilyn -IIA ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 9 O, I30 Sweeter, Judith - IOB ,... ....,.,.. I 39 Swift, Barbara - I IA ,,,,, ,,,,, I , I30 a H A3 A ., .. , 5 . .Vg ' A ,Q ,,, ,.,,. . 4- Y 666 fddlgdff 606664 me 4,wz6ag6z Football was in the air as the weather grew cold, and pep sessions and snake dances Were frequent, in and out of school, as students let off steam. The train trip to Lansing got the grid season Q off to a rousing start, and the Flint Central game provided many thrills to be remembered, with a touchdown pass in the last ten seconds of play turning defeat into a Big Red victory. 15 86 Swift, Charles - TOA ,.,,. ,...7 T 37 Swords, Kay - TOA ,,...., ..,,, T 37 T Taylor, Neva Jane - TOB ...,. ,,,,,,, 8 T Tevling, Bonnie ,.,,,,, ,,,,,, ,....., 7 3 Thief, Bill - 10A ...rr.r,.r rr..r....,.,rr,, I 37 Thies, Caroline - T2A ..,,.. ,,,,,.,,..,......,,,, 9 4 Thomas, Dave - T2A ....,,,, .,.... 2 4, 34, 78, 79 Thomas, Priscilla - TOA ,,,,,,, .....,..,,,,,,.. T 37 Thompson, Audrey - T2A ,,s.s T20 Thompson, Bruce - TOA ......,....,,,., . T39 Thompson, Dick - T2A ,......, ....., 3 5, 68, T20 Thompson, Jeanette - TOA ..,..s..,,,... T37 Thompson, Suzanne - TTA ,,,,, T30 Thompson, Yvonne - TOA ,,.s,,s.,...,,,.,,,,.,.. T37 Tietsort, David - T2A ,,,,,,..,,..,,,, T9, 70, 92, T20 Tietsort, Jerry - TOA ..... .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A T 37 Timmer, Fred - T2A ,,,,,,, ..,.,,..,,...,..,,,... 3 5, T20 Timmer, Jeanne- T TA ..,,,... 32, 62, 68, 7T, T30 Timmer, Mary Jane - TOA ,.,. ..,.,,...,,,,..., 6 9, T37 Tindall, Glenna 1 T TA ,,,,,,,., ,,,A, 6 9, T30 Tischer, Dick - T TB ,,..., ...,, T 32 Titus, Eileen - T TB ....,. ,.,,.,.,,.,,,,,.,,,,.,,, T 32 Titus, Gordon - T2A .,,,,. ss,,, 2 , T9, 63, 65, T2T Tiapkes, Ellen - TOB ,.,., .,,....,.....,,,,....,,.. T 39 Tobin, Charles - T TB ..,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,, T 32 Tobin, Katherine- T2A ,u..,,.. 6T, 68, 7T, 78, 79 Todd, Dave- T TA ,,,,,,,,,,.,,, T6, 43, 58, 60, 78, 99,T3O Toman, Arlona - TOA ...... .....,u.,. 6 9, T37 Toman, Connie- T2B ...,,,. ...,,,. 6 2, 8T, T26 Toman, Lois - T2A ..,,,,,,, .,., 6 9, 7T, T2T Tousey, Ronald - T T B .,..... ,,.,,,,,,,, T 32 Toxopeus, Geraldine - T TA ,,,,.. ,,,,,,, 6 9, T30 Touri, Nancy - T TB ,........,.,. .... 6 8, T32 Twiest, Gilbert - TOB ..,,, s,,s..., T 39 Tyrell, Shirley - T TA .,,,. .,,,, T 30 Udell, Helen - T2A ,,..,., ,,,,, T 2T Ulfsax, Bruce - T 2A ..,.. s,,, T 2T V VandeKoppel, Joyce - T TA ,ss.,,, ,.,,, 7 T, T30 VanderBoegh, Barbara - T TA ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, T 30 Vandenburg, Paul - TOA ,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,, T 37 VanderKooi, Geraldine - T 2B ,..... ,,,,, 1 26 VanderKooi, Ruth - TOA ..,,,,,, ,,,,, T 37 Vanderlaan, Lois- T2A ,,,,,,,,,,,, 69, 71, 80, 121 VanderLeest, Gordon - T2B ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A 126 VanderMolen, Marilyn - TOA , ,,,,, 137 Vanderstelt, Charles - TOA ,s,,,,, ,,,,, 1 37 Vanderstelt, Millicent - T 2B ,,,,,,,,,, T 26 Vanderstelt, Ron - TOA ,,,,,,-,,, ,,,,,,, 7 1, 137 Vanderstelt, WilTiam - T2A ,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 21 VanderWall, Bernard - TOA ...,. 68, 7T, T37 VanderWerf, Nathan - T2A 36, 37, 60 69, 7T, T2T VanDinther, Yvonne - T TA .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 30 VanDyke, Doris - T2B ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 7 7, T26 VanDyke, Robert - TOA ,,,,A,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, T 37 VanEenenaam, Dave - T2A ,,,,,,,. T9, 58,60, 70, 79, TO4, T2T VanEenenaam, lsla - TOA ,.., 20, 34, 59, 66, 79, T37 VanMaasteicht, Lou Ann - TOA ,,,,,, ,,,,, T 37 Varin, Fred - TOA ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 37 Varner, Lou- T2A ,,..,,,,,,,, ,,.,.. 6 5, 69, 71, T21 VanRiper, Janice - TOA ,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, T 37 Veitenheimer, Sally - TOA u,,, , T37 Veldman, Bob- TTB ,,,,A,,, ,,,,, T 32 VerHulst, Donna - T2A ,,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 21 Versalle, Pat - TOB ,s,.A,,.,,,,, ,,.,,,., 1 39 Visscher, Charlotte - T2B ,,.,,,, ,,.,,, 6 9,126 Vledder, JoAnn - TOB ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 39 Vledder, Marilyn - T TA .,,s,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 30 Volz, William - T2B ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 6 T, T26 VonGlahn, Noel - TOA .... ...... 3 , 35, T37 Voss, Paul - TOB ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, r 139 Veenstra, David - T TA ,,,, ,,,, 1 30 Veihl, Shirley - T TA ,,.,, ,s,, T 30 Vredeveld, Jim - T2A ........ ,,,,, 1 26 Vredeveld, Joyce - TOB ,,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 39 Vredeveld, Norma - TOA ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 37 Vugteveen, Mary - T TA ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 6 6, 130 W Wachter, Glora - T TA .,,, ,,,, 1 30 Wacker, Donna - T TA ,,,, ,,,, 1 30 Wadkins, William - TOB ...., .,A,, T 39 Wagner, Russell - TOB ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 39 Wainwright, Nancy - TOB ,,,,,,,,,,,, , 139 Walker, Patricia - TOA ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 37 Walters, Bonnie 1 T TA ,,,,, ,,,,,, 6 8, 72, 130 Walters, Dale - TTB ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 7 1, 132 Walters, Joan - TOB .,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 39 Walton, Joe 1 I IA ,....,,,.. ,,.,,Y.,,,,,.,,..,, . Ward, Margaret 1 I2A ,..,..,.., 7, 37, 7I, 79, Warner, Sarah 1IOA ,.,... ,,,,,, , , ,.,,,.. .. Warren, Alice 1 I IA ........... .....,A. A.., . . 66, Warren, Maudellcl 1 I IA .....AA... 62, 7I, 79, Waters, Donna 1IOA ,,...... ,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,.... Way, Marlene 1I2B ,.... ,.... Weaver, Daniel 1 IOB ...... ,,Y,, Weaver, Pat 1 I2A ...,.,, ...,,.. Webber, Ernest 1 IOA ,,,,,, ..,,,,,,,, Wehrle, Larry1I2B .,..,,... 48, Welbes, Kenneth 1 I IB ,,,,,, ,,,.,,,, Wells, S. 1 I IB ,,.,.,..,,..,,..... ..,, Wernstrom, Marilyn 1IOA,, ,,,,,,,.,,,, ,, West, Pat 1 IOA ....,....,.,,,,,, ..,,...,....A,.. Westfall, Darrell 1 I2A ........., ,, 64, 72, Westfield, Charmaine 1I2A ,......., , 37, 77, Westfield Monte1IOA ,,,,, , ,, ..,s Westfield Nelda 1 I IA s.... ,,..,, Westfield Romayne 1 I IB ,,,,, , , ,,,,,,,,,,, Westling, Karen 1I2B ,..., , 64, 77, 78, Westphal Joan 1 I IA ,,,A,,, s,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,, , Westphal, Marilyn -IZA ,,,,, 65, 94, Wheeler, Alice1 IIB ,.,,...... ,,,Y,,, I OI, Wheeler, Loretta 1 IOA .,,.s,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, White, Barbara 1 I I B ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 62, 7I, White, Barbara 1 I IA A. .,,,, 2, 6, I6, I8, 20, 60, 66, 7I, Wickerink, Kay 1 I IA ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,s, Wiegand, Nancy 1 I IB .s......,, ,,.,,,, 6 2, 90, Wierengo, Bette Ann 1 I IA ,,,,, ..,,,,. 7 I, Wierengo, Jack 1 IOA ,.,...,.. , ,,,,, s Wierda, Jack 1IOA ....,s.,,. ,s,,, Wichter, Henrietta 1 IOA ,,,,, ,,,...,.... Wickerink, John 1I2A ,,,,, ,..,,,, 7 I, Wickerink, Russell 1 I IA ,.... ,,,,,,,, Wiersma, Margaret 1 I IA ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 7 2, Wiese, Louise 1 IOA ,.,.,,,,, ,,,,,.. 6 9, 7I, Wiest, Joyce 1 IOA ,,,,,,,,,. ..,,...,...,,,........ Wightman, John 1 I IA ,,,,,,,,,,,, 60, 7I, 78, Wilcox, Ronald 1I2B ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,, Wilde, James 1IOA ,,.,,,. ,,,,, Wilkinson, Judy 1I2A .,,...... ,,.,,, Wilkinson, Mary Lynn 1 IIA ..... ,,,,,,,,,,, Wikman, Dave1 IIB .,,,,,,,,. ..,,,,, 7 I, Wikman, Roland 1I2B .,.,.,. ...,,... 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Wright, Harriet 1 I I B Wright, Mary Alice 1I2B Wright, Rose 1 I2A ,,,,,,,, Wartz, Danny1IOA .,, Wyman, Barbara 1 I IA ,, Y Yarbrough, Paul 1 I IA , Yonkers, Marilyn 1I2A .. Yonkers, Russell 1 IOA ,, ,, ,.,,,,,,, Youmans, Pete 1 IOA ,,,, ,,,,.. .,,,, , , ,, Young, Marianne 1 I IA , Young, Mary 1 I IA .. Z Zadonick, Franklin 1 I IA Zeanwick, Walter 1 I IA Zeller, James 1 I I B Zielinski, Barbara 1 I2A ,..,, Zielinski, Donna 1IOA ,,,,, Zietlow, Rollin 1I0A ,,,,, Zirk, Bonita 1 IOA ..,.,. Zirk, Pauline 1IOA ,,,,,,,, Zuinema, Charles 1IOA ,,,,,, Zimmer, Delores 1IOA ..,.. Zwicker, Betty 1 I2B ..,,,, I37 I37 I2I I37 I3O I37 I32 I26 I37 I3O I26 I37 I39 I37 I37 I30 I32 I22 I39 I37 I22 I3O I26 I22 I37 I30 I3O I22 I37 I37 I3O I30 I3O I3O I32 I22 I37 I37 I37 I37 I37 I37 I26 f4ccz'a9m,4 da ffalagnapia Hwwgzapda 7466f0?'Ldj544 ,4caz'agm,e4a Y ka -...vm ,Tk , 1-'H 3, VP: 'W""ft.-5'-1,:"'5-?112kVfNV":5"'Lf,fV:f5'1"f"f??7'F5'YQf 'W . Q V .V Vsfg. 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One of the highlights of this event was the Coronation of the Homecoming Queen and attendants at the "Royal Rompf' following the Saginaw Arthur Hill game. A Saginaw lineman tackles Ray Eckert as he attempts to gain yardage. 19 f AM Gordon Titus helps 1952 Homecoming Queen Joyce Yonkers alight from her car before the Muskegon vs. Saginaw Arthur Hill game. MHS vs. MHHS pep assembly featured Big Red captain, Bob Soder- mang Heights representative, Bob Mauchp senior class president Ron Perry, Coach Harry Potter, Mr. Manning, the cheerleaders and the MHS marching band. r gig 2eda acaze agada . . , The crowning event on the sports scene was the annual l clash between the Big Reds and their traditional 9' rivals. the Muskegon Heights Tigers. Pre-game enthusiasm reached a peak when the pep assembly was broadcast over WKBZ. The big day finally arrived, and X at 2:00 0'clock on the afternoon of Saturday, November 15th, the game was on! Approximately three hours later, the setting sun shone on a crowd of 9,000 people pouring out of Phillips Field, with Muskegon fans still wildly cheering' the 21-7 victory that made the Big Reds X co-champions of the Southwest Conference. if QF , -E " . in iw fgw if Q Lit . ss .. Q, ,t 4. , A3 . s f 4 5 ,S ft 5,7 - a ws , 5, 3 j f 9 .- 2. 1 ,, .X , S8 if s 1' ' ui K. K gf, x K f ,., .we ii Q wwf' as Q I a .,.g . 3 if ,. . - ,WA .,. . 1, u A FOP , R . as ? ,mi W- M ,V.,. Q I ,.-, u, 1 Q 3.0 ,.., . ' X A Af W .,Z, , ' f N 4 f' . il 'fm nr ., W, , yy., ,W r , , f if slwfw. Q- .3 ,311 ' e iw, il gg, , ,,,. 'X .M x 41 5,-:g ., ' . x:Ni?5?? 'KV-N.vQFf3 . 1 to Dr. McQueen, Charles Menges, pleads with the gypsy, Sandy Davidson, to help him. Wicwgue pfzeeenu "74e .little 77iazdctez" The scene was one of feverish activity. "Is my makeup okay?" "Who in blazes swiped the teacups off the prop table ?" "For Pete's sake, get someone on the phone in the light booth!" A few whispered last-minute i instructions followed, then silence . . . and seconds later the curtain opened on the annual Masque three-act playg this year, "The Little Minister." Effie, Judy Steiner, chats with Rev. Dishurt, Dave Starks, in the Masque ploy, "The Little Minister." s'?,.-ts li: 'Q'--rss, - 93,6 , -mst: gpm-. st 1542, M Q35 kr 'wx fix ,f K .14 ,Q Y , 5 f'f 'f Hf'5lf7 Nd f hrs ..r'2 ' wdnlefz , , , i A poignant momenl as Dave Thomas bids farewell lo Marlene Krupp in lhe play "WAITING." U With the Coming of winter, the campus took on an altered appearance. Snow blanketed the lawns, trees, anzl statues, and the nights grew longer. It was the season for snowballs, sleighrides, and fires in the fireplace. The "Four Roses," Chuck Menges, Gordon Schafer, Harris Liechti, Dave Starks, act out their "Smellodrama." eaataw gzamale asian! aotdadtriea , , . Students with hidden talent got 21 chance to pe1'fo1'n1 before the whole school in the traclitionzll Senate talent assembly. The 1n'og'1'z1n1 included 21 Wide variety of acts, ranging' from ballet dancing to an HllltCl'1J1'6t2ltl0llH of Macbeth. Nancy Davison, Linda Frazee, Marlene Hanson, Janice Rogers, Senate girls, pack clothes so no child will he forgotten. , 1-'H 3, VP: 'W""ft.-5'-1,:"'5-?112kVfNV":5"'Lf,fV:f5'1"f"f??7'F5'YQf 'W . Q V .V Vsfg. VQ 1-"-trim 'W a ., V , VJ -1 V 'wx ', ' fi if W, - Mr' S' V L W'-' V' 3q.7,"f4L'V ' v ' HL,- VV V ,4 V 5 V ' L ' 4 ,f ,' 1 V iq 5' ' 1' iz , B Ywf' xl Vxlgi' nik! i' ' VV, 'i"M x' 5 ' f X A I V I V V , 3. Y W sb -V r ' ,Y V 'AV ' - 1 3 ' V I ' ffme, ,Y - , , 'fix '?'V1fg,,b'1aV '1Vf- pl 5, X .islmffa Am. . MU X 'lf-!'..FH" ..V X V . X, V -V VI VV W, , ' V - '45, , V' ' . "1 If X R VV V ln if ,Veg I V V 1 V .V V .. '4 Vip W I I V ' 1 H' . V V k,VV.5xQ ' " 1 . V- - .- V.V1u,.VM1V- V -LPAILM "74e Wieaadai " aaiew in lie Zizdalmaa emma The Christmas season was ushered in by the second annual presentation of "The Mes- siah" by the A Cappella choir, assisted by well-known soloists. This program was one of the choir's major projects of the year. las li. F358 Mr. Wheeler an-d guest soloists discuss the first portion of "The Messiah during the half-time intermisslon Philip Duey, John Wheeler, Mu ga et She man Harold Hough Surah Jane Hansen, and R e d amu I N O er D - eem emo! in ide fading mam , , . Christmas trees, carolling, crowded stores and sidewalks, bright lights, mistletoe, and the usual rush of holiday activities-these things were all a part of Christmas in Mus- kegon and MHS. Remember that last day of school before Christmas vacation ? As you sat and watched the clock sixth hour, you thought the bell would never ring. But it finally did, and a a few minutes later, you were sitting in the auditorium as the Christmas assembly began. And then the assembly was over, and you left school in 1952, to return in 1953. Star center, Fred Hueser, scores during the Grand Rapids South game. f X x N V ,-6 If K 5 c J J, 4' 7 T-:Es ,.g!':3, En ,,-L-Zz 344655466 alienate cz!! , . . The new year arrived, and with it, basketball season, giving some students a chance to exercise their muscles, and giving others a chance to exercise their lungs. One of the highlights of the season was the Heights game, with the Big Reds winning by two points in a "sudden death" overtime. Hey! Hey! Take it away! I g.,4.,4. ga 4 haue cm, .. Meanwhile, the girls, too, were taking an interest in athletics. Besides rooting for the Big Reds, they also competed in intramural basketball, volleyball, bowling, and swimming. .', Tension reigns supreme as Curl Lindslrom vainly tries to make u baske? for the Little Reds. 0 .31 ,.,..., V xx..-I Tony Bergren burns the mndnlght all during fmul exams week. gage and dado face ide aemeazfeffa em! Days passed, and the end of the semester approached. There was the usual frantic Uljflllillg' up" for exams, and dressing up for Dudes' Day to honor the mid-year graduates. f P .le 'Y E AY ff F9 rw I 3, X by 4' Nancy Moon, Pam Movey, Lois Gorlesky, and Dick Thompson KJ talk over cn history assignment on Dudes' Day. ab: x l Q r 'Q 1 W J i Q .L ,. -gpg.: if ' ' gg ,O X " " av lr' .-.- ,x5::E1: X 'LIB ""'??1' W I I I, .... . ,Q X wma.. 'a sa Bob Manchester sells John Nelson o ticket lo the mid-year prom as Roger King, Mu!! Sleiner, and Bill McNiff look on. There was a sudden interest in new formals, corsages. and the condition of the family car, as the big night arrived. It was the night of the mid-year prom, "The Starlight Serenade," one of the most important social events of the year. l I February graduates are honored ol the mid-year prom. I I I mein? Spring finds MHS in all its glory. If ' ll I ,many da locating aaa' cz!! anew Days grew longer, the snow melted, and April showers followed on the heels of March Winds. Spring was coming . . . At first it was just something in the air, then a faint tinge of green in the lawns, and the first robin . . . And then suddenly the clouds rolled away and the sun shone on a world changing from black-and-white to technicolor. kg dam! Za cam , , , As the bowling season drew to a close, more than eighty girls on sixteen teams vied for high-scoring honors. For the fifth consecutive year they participated in the National Telegraphic Tournament. Tula Stathis shows good form in G.A.A. bowling. '7fzcma awdmm, It was still a little cool for swinnning in Lake Michigan, so the girls used the pool and concentrated on life-saving' courses and recreational swimming' in- doors. MHS girls practice life-saving iechniques. Harris Liechti, Gordon Schafer, Dave Thomas, Spencer Chappel in u scene from "MINOR MIRACLE." Zfmmcz, amedq Zdffed dy Wfcwgcce . , . MHS Students got anoth- er glimpse into the world of grease paint and footlights as Masque presented the annual three one-act plays. The plays presented were: MINOR MIRACLE, a tense drama of four men on a life raftg TOO MANY MARYS, a delightful com- edy of errorsg and TELL DORIE NOT TO CRY, a d 1' a ni a 0 f Pearl Harbor days. Pot Rasey, Islu Van Eenenaom, and Carol Smith, show their incliv duality in TOO MANY MARYS. Hank Riekels and Noel VanGlon run the proiecior for noon movies. Many students enjoy the noon movie program, others provide their own recreation, while some attend various club meetings. iv' N. ,Q .U l A mWfZ.,-.'ff.,., 775404 ,emtdowale in ewan time czclfdafitdec . W' s -la: s ,, S' 133 . it - . hifi Fred Timmer struggles io keep his balance in playing the game of "Stretch," lL. to R. Spence Chapel, Jim Nutl, Fred Timmer, and Dave Starks, Dick Thomioson, Janice Howard, and Tula Slathis pack clothes for fhe family sponsored by the French Club. The "snowstorm" scene. endow mme any da we Q . AJ ,tb . 'lt 1, I The boys don't look us if they 1 appreciate the make-up crew's efforts. 36 Everybody's on stage for the curtain call. ff 7' Um 77Z6aa 314064 , . . l The first of many spring' activi- ties for the seniors was their class play, "Our Miss Brooks." The plot. r concerning the trials of an English D teacher who directs the class play, t provided plenty of material for laughs. Both cast and crews worked hard to give the audience a thor- i oughly enjoyable evening of enter- l tainment. l l num lk A mem. in fn, -.ae . ,ef --A-wily " "Boll one!" soys the umpire as a Big Red's batter hopes for a homer. S 1 a 1 ,dung wtezeazf , . . Spring sports caught the fancy of both boys and girls. As the weather grew warmer. the baseball and golf squads started what prom- ised to be a season as successful as last year's. Dennis Suchecki displays "perfect form." ' men few 1 4 M l 1 I ,s 1" s A . ' 4 f , ..-a ,, ,,. .1 ...af f . A , , ,. , , ', . ,- .""', , m,n W - ,. f "-'Af V . -... of u.. , . , V , I ' F' J Q - I ' x 14 I A V l 1 4 - , . N 0 'V ' ' ,M ff -' V '12 -afigmkv , at A ,, A ...-. 's ftwi - - 1 Ray Schutter comes in for o landing as he goes "up and over" the high jump bar. Sforks wins ai Mt. Pleasant. XYith the track season un- derway, the matter of cutting fractions of seconds off their times became vitally import- ant to Muskegons cinclermen. How well they succeeded in doing this is evidenced by the many victories to their credit. 39 c , , l E I ew- ,431 Q! 5 , t , if ' . , -T ggsf' V- - kv 'Zz' f' , 1 s' ,f , 3 ' .1 1 2 ' , l , 2 N , 4 c gf' E , I 'f I S N V Coach Bos gives special instruction to key tennis men. Wayne Kieft, Thurman Brown, Bill Bos, Cocxchg John Sherringer, and Mike Humenick. facie! agenda! da aaldavz , . , Tennis, a sport recently re- vived at MHS, was Well on its way to becoming as important a part of the athletic program as any other form of competi- tion. As the season rolled along, those hours of practice paid offg with each member of the squad getting a little extra punch in that serve, a little better follow- through on that backhand, and a little more skill in a game that has become one of the most pop- ular forms of recreation in the country. 40 4 f. 9 : Q, -'li 'z Jil Y' - lf: 4a Wdozfaw me zewmded , , , . WI' 'A'-""" ' ' Q ' Leland David presents sports trophies to Dave Starks, Student Council president. The last baseball game, the closing golf and tennis matches, and the final track meet were over, and another successful season of sports at MHS was added to the record. Trophies were presented, and awards were made to the boys who had participated. H. Riekels, J. Decker, H. Vos, P. Anderson, and D. Suchecki. MHS radio class prepares lo broadcast lheir weekly disc-iockey program at WKBZ-FM. 776715 Mama ag" . , , ,KJ 2' 6 I 9,5 'fa R 59 l Radio students had worked hard all year broadcasting play-by-play accounts of foot- ball and basketball games. In addition to this, they presen- ted regularly scheduled pro- grams on WKBZ-FM. The sprin g forensic con- tests called attention to public speaking with local winners competing in the district con- tests at Holland. Winners of lhe local forensic contest are: FRONT ROW: Kiity Keur, Clyde Reed, Mariel Bennet, Mary Ann Loughery, Pal Hill. BACK ROW: Gordon Schafer, Herb Kline, Dave Slarks. deapdmza attend ca efzeace MHS debate squad practices for perfection. D. Bailey, J. Rogers, N. Gil- roy, J. Nutt, B. Booth, R. Schutter, G. Schafer, D. Todd. 43 Students who had done outstanding work in Speech Guild, Masque, or radio - any of the many fields of speech or dra- nlatics at MHS - were inducted into the Nation- al Thespian Society. Among those honored were Several members of the debate squad. who had worked hard without getting much public re- Cognition. Mrs. Franck, Harris Liechti, Jerry Ban- ninga, and Jack Hathaway look as if they're having fun at the National Thespian Convention, Indiana Univer- sity. I I I I -Q' "'Y13f 7:5 calmed :de WJ As the year drew to a close, the seniors looked forward to graduation with all its related activities. Exchanging pictures and name cards became a major pastime among the 12A's, r I I I Odessia Enner, Larry Pickle, Roy Boyne, Nancy Champion, and Jan ice Beadle choose their name cards from the samples provided. Meanwhile, many upperclassmen were look ing over college bulletins and applying foi admission, and in some cases scholarships, to the schools of their choice. as Jerry Spyke shows an interesting item in a college bulletin to prospective frosh: Patti Buris, Don Byro, and Herma Cook. i ' l 1 5 JE r Y ., , 3 ,, xx ss: Q i . l if l ' vw Dean Bailey, Jackie Oriquist, and Sue Chrisiionsen admire Harvey Paquin as he models his cap and gown. Had do we ,bwzl , , , June arrived, and the graduating seniors were kept busy with the usual rush of tradi- tional end-of-the-year activities-banquets, beach parties, farewell get-togethers, bacca- laureate, and the prom. Finally the day arrived for three hundred seniors and each one, in a cap and gown, stepped forward to receive his diploma at the commencement exercises-the climax of high school life. the 1953 on Semin Sedan! an 77566467411 Wad 7owc Smgg EDITOR-IN-CHIEF .,,.,,,.....,.,,.,..,,,, Elaine Baru ASSISTANT EDITOR ,,,,...,...... Harris Liechti BUSINESS MANAGER ....,......... Gordon Titus ADVISOR ........,.,,...,..............,... Ethel Pihlstrom The value of a Well-rounded athletic program to a school has long been recognized. And just as changes are made in any other part of the curriculum, so do sports change from year to year. MHS has introduced new equip- ment, modern safety devices, and other improvements in the field of athletics. As a result of this progress, We have been recognized as a leader in this field. The wide variety of sports and better facilities that are available give more students a chance to participate. OI' .ggg ""fl' ' ,.' 'T-r" 48 FIRST ROW: C. Barscht lManager,l N. Rathbun, R. McDonald, J. Kelly, F. Clanton, L. Bonifield, B. Soderman, D. Neuman, T. Collins, R. Schutter, L. Werhle, D, Harvey lAsst. Mgr.l SECOND ROW: Coach Potter, R. Eckert, T. Dell, J. Riekels, J. DeVries, B. Manchester, J. Krueger, H. Vos, D. Cooke, L. David, J. Sowa, N. Dogen, Coach McShannock. THIRD ROW: D. Israel iAsst. Mgr.,l D. Herbst, R. Cribbs, B. Rodewuld, R. King, J. Hoos, J. Boyden, T. Moore. B. Runnels, D. Storck, D. Suchecki. FOURTH ROW: M. Clark, M. Klasno, H. Herbst, R. Buttermore, D. Freiberg, J. Johnson, D. Balcom, T. Brown, J. Allore, B. Pippen, K. Tousey. eda ide fam . . cdamfa tide , , , Muskegon High School 1952 football season will long be remembered by students for its nerve rack- ing last-minute plays which featured touchdown passes from Vos to David. and Jim Kelly's pin-point accurate conversions which helped to win the second successive Southwestern Title. The first game with Lansing Sexton proved to be no pushover as Lansing led throughout the game only to lose in the last two minutes as Leland David scored six points and Kelly converted to make it seven. The following week the Muskies ran into t'he same trouble as they trailed throughout the game but came back in the last seconds to score. and Jim Kelly again saved the game with his point after touchdown. The Big Reds staved off a last minute rally to chalk up their third game at Grand Haven's expense. The Muskies two touchdowns were made by David and Tom Collins, the latter who scooped up a fumble, ran 227 yards for the score. Next week the story was different as Benton Harbor proved to be the stronger team upsetting the Big Reds 12-7. The loss seemed to stimulate the gang as they played Saginaw Arthur Hill the following week. After the first quarter the Big Reds got to work and went on to win with David and Vos standing out on offense and Don Storck on defense. The Muskegon High School steamroller again gained momentum as they rolled over the Big Reds of Hamtramck 55-0 with everybody on the bench getting into the game. The Muskegon fans suffered a letdown the next week as Battle Creek tied them 13-13. The game found Muskegon far below their form shown against Arthur Hill and Hamtramck. Line play formed a big feature of the game. The Big Reds again reached their peak as they completely smothered a bewildered Kalamazoo team. Vos showed brilliant passing form while Cooke, David, and Schutrer performed exceptionally well in their roles. The Muskies gained a share of the last South- western crown as they pounded out a victory over the Heights Tigers. The Big Reds took to the air and made two touchdowns. The last half proved to be a punting duel between Schutter and Ro ell. The linemen Collins, Kelly, and Soderman shgiivecl some fine blocking and tackling. Lee David lunges to stop Louis McMurray, Tiger end during the Muskegon Heights game. X174 asf, Kittie 2 0 adata Completely outclassing Hesperia 54-0, and steamrolling past Berlin 45-0, the Little Reds were edged out by Grand Rapids Union 7-6 in the opening games of the season. Muske- gon was slowed down by a 13-7 defeat at the hands of Benton Harbor's reserve team, but the Little Reds came back belting a 12-0 win over Ludington. At Grand Haven the re- serves were handed a bitter 26-0 defeat. Still away from home, the Little Muskies hit Kal- amazoo for a 12-6 win. The final game of the season closed with a 42-2 loss to the Heights in the annual classic. Jack Hesse was high-scorer for the season with five touchdowns. Jim Kelly was elected honorary captain. This was Coach Hartman's first year with the Little Reds. LITTLE REDS FOOTBALL SCORES Muskegon 6 i,,,,,,,, ...... G rand Rapids Union 7 54 .,,... .....,............ H esperia 0 45 ,,,,. ..,....,,.,.....,...., B erlin 0 ....,Ben9on Harbor I3 ' 0 .............LudlngIon 7 ..,., I2 ,,,.. ....,..Grand Haven 26 I 1 1 I2 ,,... ...,..,....... K alamozoo 6 2 v,.,Y , ,,,,,, Muskegon Heighis 42 138 94 E sl FIRST ROW: J. Hesse, A. Kota, P. Vanderberg, V. Marsh, B. Kelly, H. Semelbauer, B. Cross, L. Harp, B. Derby, S. Prell. SECOND ROW: Coach D. Arnson, D. Bows, B. Gomez, D. Stubbs, M. Bron, M. McClure, E. O'Burn, C. Medlin, J. Malzburg, C. Borgeson, J. Wilde, Coach Hartman. THIRD ROW: B. King iManagerI, D. Lowery, M. Anderson, D. Blohm, L. Hopkins, R. Yonkers, N. Beau camp, N. Von Glahn, C. Swift, R. Murphy, J. Langel IManagerI FOURTH ROW: P. Youmans, P. Guy, V. Scouten, M. Hoerle G. Hutfenga, B. Ogren, J. Hunter, R. Howard, B. Gillard. 77t'ZfS Zagora dame cm aff-gem . BASKETBALL SCORES Muskegon 44 ,........, ...,.,. G . R. South 57 ..A,... .........,,.. S aginaw 51 ,A.A... ...... B enton Harbor 40 ....... ,...A...,.,,... H eights 47 ..,,,. ...,, G rand Haven 46 ....... ..,..,.... H olland 46 ......, ....... B ottle Creek 53 ....... A,,...... K ulamazoo 55 ..,.A.. ..,,,. B enton Harbor 62 ,,.4... ..4.........,., H eights 39 .....,. A,,,, G rand Haven 49 ..,.,,, ..,..,,.,, H olland 41 A.,..,, ..,,.. K alamazoo 48 ....... ,.., G . R. South 69 ................ ...........,,., G . R. Union REGIONAL TOURNAMENT 45 ' Heights Big Reds Line Up For Practice Shots. FRONT ROW: Krueger, Knop, David, McDonald, Eaton, Ber- dinski. SECOND ROW: Couch McShannock, Dobber- stein, Borgeson, D e V r i e s, Erickson, Porter, Harvey, Mgr. As the end of the football season approached, Coach McShannock prepared his basketball squad. The last Southwest Conference Cage season. in which they were to tie for fourth place, opened out of town at Grand Rapids. After a slow start the Muskies roared to catch the Trojans but just failed as they lost a heartbreaker. 49-44. Continuing the drive of the last few minutes of the week before, Muskegon mauled Saginaw High at Saginaw 57-46. In this game Fred Heuser showed his touch by dropping in 27 points. Support by Keith DeForest and Norm Rathbun was given. After a good showing against non-conference teams, the Big Reds ran into Benton Harbor. By a close 57-51 the Tigers won in the last few minutes. This was the largest margin any team made against the Reds. For the rest of the season one to four point losses dotted our record. Paving the way for a chunk of the Southwest Conference, the Mus- kegon crew walloped Grand Haven. All five starters found the hoop this night. Again the last minute jinx hit the Big Reds as Holland, Battle Creek, and Benton Harbor eked out winning margins over Senior High. A very fast Kalamazoo squad showed state champion form, after being held to a tie for the first three quarters, to whip the Reds. During the next week a real thriller was played with Heights. Going into a double overtime it was still tied up when Fred Heuser hooked from his center position and put the game on ice for the Muskies 62-60. This evened up the Heights-Muskegon rivalry at one apiece. I Harry Vos and Jim Riekels, among others, left the squad at this point as mid-term graduation took four of the five starters. With Lee David, Jack Kreuger, and Ron Knop as the only exper- ienced players to build around, Coach lVIcShannock prepared for the five remaining games. Phil Berdinski showed promise against Grand Haven even though the Buccaneers won. Again the last few minutes was the Muskegon players' weak point. Close games were lost to Holland, Kalamazoo, and Grand Rapids South. After Several close ones, the Muskies roaved over Grand Rapids Union. with Ron McDonald filling the shoes of Fred Heuser. Muskegon 34 ,...,.......,....... Grand Rapids South 40 48 ,....,,.. .......,...,,,,,,,. S aginaw 41 38 ,..,..... ,.,....,, B enton Harbor 37 47 ......... ..,..... M uskegon Heights 41 39 ....,.... ....... G rand Haven 34 45 ..,...,.. ,,,,,,,,,A,, H olland 41 39 ......... ...... B attle Creek 49 41 ......,.. ......,.... K alamazoo 47 43 ......... ,......,.... B enton Harbor 51 43 .,....... ...... M uskegon Heights 61 56 ......... ........... G rand Haven 39 38 ,,....... ................... H olland 45 43 .......,. ...,.............. K alamazoo 44 sys 52 ......... ........ G rand Rapids South 56 f 64 ......... ..,..... G rand Rapids Union 53 ,AV vi FRONT ROW: Blevins, Gelinas, Huttenga, Lindstrom, Kotz, Hopkins, Gillard, Hesse. SECOND ROW: Coach Barkel, David, T. Bectel, Boyd, Wierengo, Beaucamp, Kendall, Saylor, Vos, J. Bectel, Mgr. eeefwea aemfq Keene eaen , , , Despite an inexperienced cage team the Little Reds, under the direction of Coach Bar- kel scored 670 points to their opponents' 679, winning 7 and losing 8. High scorers for the '52-'53 season were Alex Kota, captain, with 216 points who made 20 points three times: Carl Lindstrom with 98, Rodger Blevins 93, and Gordon Hut- tenga with 79 points. After dropping their first tilt to Grand Rapids South 40-34, the Muskies racked up their next five opponents before being J' Coach Barkels talks strate with 9Y the Little Reds during half-time. ! stopped by Battle Creek 49-39. In rapid succession Muskegon lost to Kala- mazoo, Benton Harbor, and Muskegon Heights. The Little Reds, smarting with defeat. came back to deluge the Little Bucks 56-39, but Holland, Kalamazoo, and Grand Rapids South bogged down the Little Red machine in succession. Finishing up the last game of the season with a barrage of points, the Muskegon Little Reds battered Grand Rapids Union 64-53. 76eZa! 'Wacky . , The Kitty's Killers, captained by Kitty Keur, and the Blue Bells, by Shirley Scanlon, tied for first place in the girls' field hockey tournament held in October. Sixty-nine girls, divided into six teams, participated in the activity held every Mon- day and Wednesday after school. A repair session on the equipment followed the regular hockey season. Swimming , , . Our Muskegon swimmers can get their practice in two ways if they want to. In order to participate in Life Saving the girls must pass a preliminary test to prove their ability. Even with this tryout the girls find the course a real chal- lenge. After 15 hours of work usually less than half of the class qualifies as a Red Cross Senior Life Saver. Recreational swimming is the alternative. It provides time for games, prac- tice, and free swimming. Eocaldng . Bowling this year attracted more girls than in the past years. Eighty girls, divided into sixteen teams, waged battle for high scores. The Gutterettes, cap- tained by Tula Stathis, with Nina Stathis, Sue LaCore, Charleene Squires, and Pat Bradasich placed first. The girls bowled for the fifth consecutive year in the National Telegraphic Tournament held in March. Participation in the tournament entitled each girl on the team, which placed nationally, an individual trophy and a large one will be given to the school. Qtek' 'gaedetdald , . . Winding up the basketball season of Muskegon Senior High was the play-off game between the Basketeers and the Globetrotters for the championship. The game was most exciting. Both teams played with speed and accuracy. The tournament as a whole was fast and furious. The girls on the eight teams played as a unit and not individually, which made for a better game all around. Waifegfaff , , . This one is over the net for sure. This year nearly one hundred girls, divid- ed into twelve teams, made up the volleyball tournament. The girls played with enthus- iasm resulting in an exciting tournament for those who were there. Alertness and accur- acy earmarked the good playing. Karen's Crumbs led by Karen Rasmussen wound up with a perfect record for the championship of nine wins and no losses. Qasnfnf 'ly I b -' 'f " 'hz Q 1- .- Ah., A' ' "f f 'X ,. are . V -- ' -, r C "l.9,- ' M s f- -, U , , .- .. Q W, . In V v' . , .T .- .Qs , . - - , , .,, ,,. BACK ROW: Soderman, Dell, Johnson, DeVries, Dobberstein, Hoos, Eaton, M:Donalcl, Hopkins, Krueger, Erickson, Knop, David, Dugen, Coach H. E. Potter. FRONT ROW: Sima, Fielstra, Vanderburg, Wurtz, Cooke, Porter, Kelly, Burr, Kota, Foy, Berdinski, Shetterly, Voss lManagerl. Warren labsent when picture takenl. With two straight Conference Champion- ships under their belts the Big Reds base- ball team Will try for number three this season. Last season's perfect record was broken at the Battle Creek Invitational Tour- nament. They ended the season with 11 Wins and 1 loss. 244425466 , , , Jerry Eaton makes like a future "Feller." 1 The six returning lettermen, Dobberstein. Eaton, Soderman, D. Knop, and McDonald, bolstered the chances of Coach Potter's if E 1 . 1 V . squad this season. Lending moral suppoit is a good crop of reserves. This season's record shows 1 loss to 6 wins This loss Was to Holland 2 to 0. SCHEDULE FOR 1953 April 21 Coopersville .,..,..,..,.. ...... H ere April 23 Muskegon Heights .,.,....,,.. There April 28 Grand Haven .................. There April 29 St. Joseph lMuskegonl . .... Here May 1 Holland ....,......,..,,......,,.,.... There May 4 Whitehall i,,, ...... H ere May 5 Coopersville ....... ........ T here May 7 Benton Harbor ..... ....., H ere May 12 Holland ......,.. ...... H ere May 15 Kalamazoo .......... ........ T here May 19 Muskegon Heights ..... ...... H ere May 21 Grand Haven ..... ...... H ere I 7 I I W? Prospects for retaining the conference championship in golf for the third Consecutive year seem very bright. Last season Muskegoirs links- men won seven and lost one match to take the title. Teeing off again this year are returning lettermen Ray Bostroni. Dennis Suehecki, and Bruce Ashley. Dick Hames and George Rojan, two new additions to the squad, will also see action. Coach Sruba is hoping for an undefeated season, but this year's schedule, as in past seasons, may prove to be very formidable. May May May May May May May May May FRONT ROW: D. Holmes, Red DeWiNe. STANDING: Bob Hames, D. Borgeson, Bruce Ashley, D. Suchecki, Ray Bosirom, George Roian. 1953 SCHEDULE 'I Benton Harbor ,,...... There 4 Holland ,,,..,,,..,..i,... .Here 8 North Muskegon ,,,,, There ll Grand Haven ,,,,.,,, ,Here 13 Kalamazoo ,,.....,,,, Here 16 Regional ,,,, Grand Rapids 18 Grand Haven, ........ There 20 Holland .,...,., .... , There 23 Stale Finals uw-5 pzagfzew 64 ide Keqaazfe of Um 0 Introduction ........,,,,,.,,......., page 5 TABLE Y ' The Xear's Story ,page 10 OF 0 S ot W g 46 CONTENTS P ' S pa e 0 Organizatlons ,page 58 felumdng Zetlfmmea aheaqtien mek 7mm . Bolstering Muskegon's 1953 track team this year are six return- ing lettermen from last season: Dave Starks, sprinterg Ray Schutter, high jump and 440g Gordon Schafer, milerg Jerry Allore, hurdles, Joel Boyden and Bob Manchester, shot putters. At the conference meet held at Kalamazoo, May 8, MHS was victorious. Joel Boyden estab- lished a new record for shot put at 49 feet 3554 inches, Gordon Schafer ran the mile in 4:48 and Dave Starks won the 220 in 22:8. This year the 48th annual Temple Cup Meet was held in the MHS stadium, and for the first time in its history, the Freshmen from Bunker, Angell, and Central schools Won first place. The Juniors took secondg the Sophomores thirdg While the Seniors fell behind to take last place. Coach McShannock predicts that because of the number of Soph- omores on the team this year, he will have a fine nucleus to Work from next year. 1953 TRACK SCHEDULE April T0 Saginaw Relays ........ ...... .,,,.,i......,...... . , ...,....,,.. M t. Pleasant April 14-I5 Temple Cup Meet ,,,,. ...,.. April ....,.,....,Here 'I7 Holland .........,..,,.,.,,.... .....,...,... T here April 28 Muskegon Heights .,.,.... ..,.,,........,,,...., H ere May 2 Central State Relays .,..., ........,. M t. Pleasant May B Conference Meet ........ ,,...,... K alamazoo May 12 Grand Haven ........ ,.,....,..,..,.... H ere Moy 16 Regional ...,.....,. ....... G rand Rapids May 23 State Finals ,...... ,......,,.,.............,, E ast Lansing ROW ONE: Beamer, Allore, Scott, Woodard, Freiberg, Manchester, Schutter, Thompson, Gellinas, Starks, Anderson, Flowers. ROW TWO: McShannock lcoachl, Potts, Paul, Hollar, Herbst, Derby, Long, Bryant, May, Wilde, Bonifield, Pierce lMgr.l. ROW THREE: 56 Hartman lass't coachl, Filius, Ackerman, Larson, Buttermore, Shriver, Medlln, Gillard, Ogren, Israel, Smith, Lowry. ROW FOUR: Schafer, Wierengo, Saylor, Armstrong. """l1 esXsSsm's1m1:w1 "-- -ws "-' m-'mms mmm "W5T""'W" I1 rw J rw "T"I I .,...., elf .9.zi'T-he-3 nga? elite? l rd je -.X ,, mall X,-xy V'!7f'S'l ,F-23 g' - 4. I 2 f 3 s f, L ,,.i fi HN N f Y! 6 G Q X. X 1 .tk L "' G Q N X- t S is . V, I 1 a k MA 5 'Y wg, . f "' 5 I gi 'fuss- TOP ROW: Bob Hovey, Ray Hill, Bob Hathaway, Russell Cribbs, Fred Sargent, Ted Sirolko, Tom Goosen. SECOND ROW: Coach Bill Bos, Mike Mulready, leo Sepura, Dean Bailey, Kerry Ainsworth, Thurman Brown, Dick Creamer, Paul Bristol. FRONT ROW: John Sherringer, Mike Humanick, Wayne Kieft, Carl Carlson, Mike Stewart. annie , , I The race for laurels in the 1953 Southwestern Conference tennis title found Muskegon hot on a victory splurge. Although losses to Kalamazoo, Holland, and a surprisingly powerful Holland Christian squad dotted the Reds' record, our netters fed greedily on the smaller powers. With scores of 7-0 over Heights, then a 6-1 mauling of Grand Haven, and another whitewash of our rivals to the south. the Heights, 7-O, we took full advantage of Holland's drop from the conference. Besides the strong schools on the tennis schedule, a few nearby towns gave Coach Bill Bos a chance to use the more inexperienced of his 16-man lineup. Among these were Sparta and Coopersyille. Because of his well balanced squad, Coach Bos found plenty of power for his doubles spots. Standout single players, among them Captain Wayne Kieft at number one, rounded out the Muskie netters. Even though there were four letter winners back, only four seniors played their last year. The 1952 season was quite successful, the MHS netters winning all games but four. They ranked third in the Conference. Q .w ,av V 1 ., 4 vast 'sf' ,, 5 A A ,?4,y, , 1 , 'A - ' R f ' X , X , , . :A . 5-5.- nn, 'P' x Sex I :xv K " N , -5- , .1 ' '19-we-'XX' ' I' X 'Ns nys! vg,,,,x . 4 '13, ,f 1,1 M ' ' .,.xw:1Q-1 " - aw' - 1 ' Z1w2'Li""f' "mv ' ' ' A-A,+ . ,IM - ,, . I 1921. I xii, ,Avi . X1 A - if . .sn n' - 3 :,?':f'2l' .f f,-- fu ' A' xgv'-. 4, 4-'QR' .Q .. Yl gf, . .Nr ,...,. . , bf U.. U-A ,A-.K+ x, 1, s QW .H v' 'Z M f , ,, . . 74 . A X , ,4-4-.Nr f . b u u 3' .-Q . Q i-:3g,,.,., Wi 'f gg, -, Aff 5 -- Mx X LW. ' , ,Q , . 4? f jp . vis ,-'35 ' 1 . 4-'A' . . .1,xx,gf,. 5- ng: .iii 'S X' .J X A ,v 'V ' ,3 Jw' ,- S , Q K , t V .,,b,', x .I M' . .. A Q.. ,, x . , ,'.w,, -fx , , -.Q Q, 32.38 " '1'5sQn 'M 9, Vs sf: I X .1 .V . 1 W ! v m. bf 9 ww: " Q Q ,K I. .x.. I K' B 1-Q M 4.s..w ,-,gk FRONT ROW: Jim Riekels, John Wightman, Dave Starks, president, Gordon Schafer, Mary Brown, Pat Bell, Nina Stathis, Emogene Sabin, Sue LaCore, Nathan VanderWerf, Clyde Reed, Jerry Bectel, Mr. Rolfe, advisor. SECOND ROW: Bob Gelinas, Carl Lindstrom, Jerry Spyke, John Mayrose, Shirley Fett, Tula Stathis, Barbara Johnson, Adele Cromer, Elaine Baru, Marian Grotenhuis, Dick Klink- ner, Dick Herbst, David Todd. THIRD ROW: Jim DeVries, Ralph Burr, Ardythe Hansen, Mary Kramer, Sandra Rop, Pat Rasey, Janice Rogers, Kay Harrington, Diane Hozer, Ellen Rork, Bob Dillard, Ron Perry, vice-president, Bill Booth. FOURTH ROW: Joel Boyden, Wayne Schmidt, Bill Rodewald, John Hoos, Sharon Pedersen, JoAnn Kowalski, Mary Ann Loughery, Carol Seastrom, Pauline Krog- man, Barbara White, secretary, Mary Wilson, Betty Beebe, Marva Buitendorp, Harris Liechti, Dave VanEenenaam, treasurerg James Nutt, Kerry Ainsworth. .... ' ' l'.i 22, K IAEVEB.. awed! gaaewa 444446 aotd 'dec , , , I Organized as a governing body at MHS, the Student Council has done much to pro- mote school spirit and student cooperation. Its projects during the past year have in- cluded establishing a recreation center and weekly dances at Vanderlaan School, carry- ing on charity drives, and continuing support of Winesap School in accordance with the Save The Children Federation. Q Student Council members have fun on their annual sleighride. 60 464 aacdelq fze,4fre4e4l!4 4674 4a4aza , , , FRONT ROW: Miss Vera Klonlz, advisor, Gerald Palow, vice-presidentp Mary Kramer, secretary, Ardythe Hansen, presidentp Kath Ieen Keur, treasurer, Norma Ortquist, Keeper of the Archives. SECOND ROW: Pat Campbell, Tula Sravhis, Jean Cogar, Gordon Schafer, Sandra Davidson, Kathy Tobin, Phyllis Anderson, Melba Shively. THIRD ROW: Mary Nolen, Marilyn Foose, William Volz Elaine Feltman, Jack Moran, William Booth, Jackie Cooper, Gene Mafecum. Election to the National Honor Society is a definite mark of distinction for any high school student. The M. Berry Wood Chapter of the society not only honors those who achieve high scholarship, but they try to en- courage students to take an active part in school activities. A third aim of this honor- ary organization is to stimulate the building of the principles of leadership, character, and service. Taking the Pledge. 6 6 9 qeczfw midi ,-4. ff. , , , FRONT ROW: Gayle Lambkin, Palsy Schoonover, Karen Kison, Doreen Green, Ann Fitch, Gertrude Smith, Pattsi Bradasich. SECOND ROW: Patricia Frampton, Virginia Mclntire, Arlene Green, Tula Stathis, Marilou Allore, Barbara M. White, secretary and treasurer: Marva Carr, Sandra Cross, Charleene Squires, Dolores Gereau, Sue LaCore, Nancy Moon, Marianne Young. THIRD ROW: Nina Stathis, Helen Fitzpatrick, Sally Fairfield, Diane Hozer, Nancy Wiegand, Mary Sironen, historian: Jo Ann McMillan, Janet Norstrom, Judy Wilson, Jeanne Timmer, Jane Andrews, Kathleen Keur, Carole Prins, Nancy Christy, Karen Rasmussen, Miss Reid, advisor. FOURTH ROW: Carol Arnson, Margie Hildreth, Connie Toman, Sandra Ashcroft, Shirley Peterson, Janita Atkins, Janet Kuhn, Peg Holmgren, Barbara White, Shirley Fett, Nancy Hughes, Mickey Scott, Sandy Schuler, Kay Abbott, Jean Murphy, Jackie Smith, FIFTH ROW: Joan Stranko, Nancy Mikesell, Beverly Morse, Joyce Marshall, Georgia Dodge, Norma Farquhar, Sandy Bee, Carlie Hall, Susanne Krogman, Maudella Warren, Nancy Stadt, Janice Schutter, Lois Brace, Judie Archambault. Since the Girls Athletic Association was founded in 1903, the membership has grown to 86 Q although an average of 100 girls participate in each spoit tramural activities. ing Fund. GAA pin winners Tula Stathis, Donna Foose, and Jane Andrews look on as Miss Harriet Ried presents Kitty Keur with her pin. A social affair was held aftertthe completion of each of the following tournaments: field hockey. basket ball, bowling, volleyball, tennis, and softball. Special awards are presented to the girls who earn the required number of points in the various in G.A.A. contributed to the Good Fel lows, the Rescue Mission, Musculai Dystrophy, and the Y.W.C.A. Build danaefzaczlcon 66615 ca FRONT ROW: Shirley Bergman, historian and reporter: Sue LaCore, sergeant-at-armsg Nan- cy Christy, chairman of social committeey Eliz- abeth Vandegrift, advisor. SECOND ROW: Donald Lohman, membership chairmang Jack Seastrom, farm committee chairmang James Nutt, secretary. THIRD ROW: Kenneth Linton, presidentg Jack Boyer, sergeant-at-armsg John Wightman, treasurerg Charles Hasseldahl, vice-president. 250,04 in 0146015674462 , , , I I I f 1. gm-"" Jim Nutt presents the prize for the best costume to Gordon Titus at the "Hawkins Hop." Membership in the MHS Conservation Club has leaped to an unpre- cedented number of 176 in the 1952-53 school year. The organization carries on a great variety of activities, its main purpose being to care for the school reforestation project and promote interest in, and edu- cation for, conservation. The club goes tree-planting in the spring and fall, and of course you've heard of their exciting camp-out trips. Christ- mas trees are cut and sold as their winter project. At club meetings members hear programs on different phases of conservation. 63 34 FRONT ROW: Maxine Janusiewicz, Naomi Johnson, Peggy Bozeman, Mary Dykstra, Nancy Witham, Joan LaCourse, vice-president. SECOND ROW: Carlie Hall, Peggy Knapp, president, Marian Cierlak, Marian Buck, THIRD ROW: Ed Berg, Darrell Westfall, reporter: Fred Sargent, Karen Westling, secretary. FOURTH ROW: Bob Plat, Kerry Ainsworth, Don Mummert. Keqide we weekly name Many students say they have enjoyed the Campus Keyhole more this year than ever before. The Keyhole has made a regular bi- weekly appearance with an unusual innova- tion - a full page of pictures each time. The Keyhole staff keeps the school informed and interested in school activities. The novel Christmas and graduation issues have also been appreciated. "em, 4 emmf " "Extra! Extra! Get the dope on the Mus- kegon-Heights game," shouted members of the Press Club who were raising money to finance their projects which included a veri- tvpe machine with a soundproof booth. Evening meetings held once a month, a Christmas party, and a formal spring ban- quet constitute the social activities of the group whose purpose is to encourage interest in journalism and the school newspaper. Press Club has grown from 5 members in 1949 to the present membership of 30. FRONT ROW: Maxine Janusiewicz, assistant editor: Shirley Hendryx, Joan LaCourse, Lorna Bosma, Caroll Beauvais. SECOND ROW: Betty Dobb, Sandy Bee, Peggy Knapp, editor-in-chief: Peggy Bozeman, Carlie Hall. THIRD ROW: Floyd Clanton, Bob Heaton, ,. Darrell Westphal, Kerry Ainsworth, Don Mummert, Mr. Harrison, advisor. A FRONT ROW: Marilyn Westphal, Carla Cihclcz, Mary Ann Sutherland, Carol Brown, Elaine Baru, editor-in-chief, Janice Beadle, Carr Lee Sheldon, Charlene Squires, Lou Varner. SECOND ROW: Miss Pihlstrom, advisor, Barb Kettler, Pat Poling, Harris Liechti, assist- ant editorp Gordon Titus, business manager, Bob Runnels, Jim Nutt, Dolores Hegbloom, Naomi Johnson. THIRD ROW: Peggy Boze- man, Ruth Beers, Dave Brace, Jack Boyer, Kerry Ainsworth, Don Mummert, Bill Booth, Barb Bush, Doreen Peterson. ,4ftefz cz!! 64 mid and Zane I I I The "heads" are looking over the dummy. 3 fx 3' l - Qieg, ',4mzx When the group of enthusiastic students first assembled to start work on the Said and Done, they knew they had a job on their hands. It was a challenge to them. this bus- iness of carrying on a tradition of over half- a-century's standing. They had a lot of ideas. but very little experience in putting a year- book together. As the months rolled by, thc staff found that the pictures didn't find their way into the book automatically, the captions and idents didn't write themselves, and divi- sion page copy wasn't just some type used to fill in the blank spaces-it was some- thing that had to be written, changed, and re-written. Besides assembling and writing material for the book. there was also a vigorous sales campaign to be carried out, an assembly to be planned. and business arrangements to be taken care of. To add to these numerous activities, the staff also sponsored the first big Homecoming celebration in many years. But the pictures finally got taken, the copy was written. the ads were all in, and an exhausted but happy editor and staff breathed a sigh of relief as the book was completed. G fi. 1953 said and done egaa min ciao! ' People ,,,., Faculty . Seniors ,A , Undergrads 0 Advertisers ,, 'In dex .,., ,page 82 page HS page 101 page 124 page 140 page 171 Aww' 35 A 5 . fwf W7L-if Q 2 -Q' 'T Q ,.'-' 1. A FRONT ROW: Mrs. Coutchie, advisory Helen Chonis, Barbara Makemson, Mary Brown, Pat Bell, Sue Christensen, historian, Jackie Ortquist, Bev Hammond. SECOND ROW: Eleanor Knutson, Shirley Houseman, Betty Conklin, Helen FitzPatrick, Alice Warren, Gweneth Hutchinson, secretary, Jane Andrews, Nancy Kendall, Isla Van Eenenaam, Kay Harrington. THIRD ROW: Joyce Decker, Marlene Baker, Mary Nolen, vice-president, Maxine Janusiewicz, treasurer, Sandy Seyferth, Cynthia Ladd, president, Pat Risk, Pat Rasey, Marva LaNouette, Geraldine Dempsey. FOURTH ROW: Judy Wilson, Marva Bohn, Judy Kelley, flower chairman, Carol Cotie, Mary Vugteveen, Mary Ann loughery, Norma Ortquist, Mary Wilson, Barbara White, Sandy Schuler. cmmeazfoz aewea climax azfewliea Zdtemtme Zan . . . Few of you know that there were several male members of Carmenta Literary Society at one time. The club was originally organ- ized to include the boys and girls, but the membership was later limited to forty girls. Carmenta has undertaken several worthy projects this year: giving Thanksgiving and Christmas boxes to needy families, helping A r the Red Cross, the Day Care Center, and other organizations that need aid. One of Carmenta's purposes is of course, to study literature. At each semi-monthly meeting a literary report is given by one of the members. To help in raising money for its projects, Carmenta sponsors two dances each year, in- cluding its big spring event, the Cotton Ball. mace aeledmm 7nzaez4 .ill J f ,-fnnduezaazg . . . 5 - ff Senate is proud of its forty years service to MHS. This year the club chose Goodwill Industries Inc. as its special interest. Members also sent forty dozen homemade cookies to a veteran's hospital, sent a pack- age to Winesap School, donated money to the Urban League, and sent Christmas gifts to foreign students. You will remember the successful Senate talent assem- bly too, and their teen-age style show. Add to this their Mothers' Tea and a reception for parents and new mem- bers in the fall, and you can see that Senate has had an active year as a service and social organization. FIRST ROW: Janice Rogers, Nancy Davison, Nancy Gilroy, Sue LaCore, Carol Smith, Sandra Cross, Sally Harpster, Pat Stevens, Sally Parker, Jackie Smith. SECOND ROW: Kay Gillette, Lois Gorlesky, Joyce Yonker, Jean Murphy, Peg McGregor, Patti Buris, Sandra Rop, president, Mary Kramer, vice- presiclent, Marian Grotenhuis, treasurer, Gloria Leach, Kay Kloosterman, Ruth Schutter, secretary, Linda Frazee, parliamentariang Mrs. Mabel Quail, advisor. THIRD ROW: Maudella Warren, Carlie Hall, Ruth Beers, Marlene Hanson, Sally Klang, Beverly Bruining, Ann Keillor, Lois Brace, Virginia Edwards, Sharon Pedersen, Janet Sampson, Mariel Bennett, Betty Beebe, Joan Minuth, Jean Hansen. FRONT ROW: J. Howard, vice-president, P. Buris, C. DeVette, T. Stathis, secretary: C. Squires, M. Shaw, C. Smith, M. DeVries, K. Harrington, president, M. Spyke, K. Tobin, sergeant-at-arms. SECOND ROW: N. Parrish, advisor, M. Hanson, B. Firestone, M. Stewart, G. Beamer, R. Hughes, sergeant-at-arms, K. Arnold, P. Guy, D. Cooper, L. Gorles- ky, P. Andersen, M. Foose, publicity. THIRD ROW: J. Nelson, M. Hopkins, M. Bartrand, L. Moore, E. Beauvais, J. Smith, D. Thompson, treasurer, R. Hilt, E. Berg, S. Edson, C. Cloetingh, A. Ouwerkerk, J. Grimm. 77am Zack mmsczda Parley yous francais? If not, you will find yourself in the dark as the French idioms fly. For what better way could there be to learn French than speaking for attempting to speakl French with such old pros as second year students? French Club is open to all interested in France. To them progress is a growing real- ity. Besides a fifty per-cent increase in mem- bership since the club's founding in 1945, they have aided needy French families, brought in lecturers. movies, and French recordings in an effort to promote a better understanding of France and her people. Z! Ze,bcma6 The main purpose of the El Circulo Es- panol is to acquaint its members with the customs, arts, and literature of the Spanish and Spanish-Americans. Its members parti- cipate in a variety of activities. An annual highlight is the Pan-American Day program, in which both Spanish and French clfibs participate. FRONT ROW: Dawn Andrews, Marylou Allore, Jean Fisher, Nancy Christy, secretary, Delcie Dixon, Nariean John son, president. SECOND ROW: Nancy Tourre, Mary Kramer, Norma Ortquist, Jean Timmer, Nola Bener, Ellen Rork, vice-president, Miss Helvie, advisor. THIRD ROW: Bill Hill, Mike Humanick, Charles Menges, Bill Wood, Bern ard VanderWall, treasurerp Tony Martinez. lSMi'AX.I'11 A T QS FRONT ROW: D. Phinney, L. Hulings, G. Toxopeus, L. Andersen, M. Olsen, D. Hanks, vice-president, A. Huken, L. Varner, N. Westfield, S. Leeds, Y. Sternburgh, J. Dobb, S. Knevitt, S. Brown, M. Burrington. SECOND ROW: M. David, G. Tindall, L. Toman, C. Fultz, S. Scanlon, B. Bush, D. Egner, D. Starks, N. VanderWerf, C. Monroe, L. Engle, J. McMahon, I. Morrell, S. Larabee, D. Srhlueter, Miss Webster, advisor. THIRD ROW: D. Rocker, E. Feltman, S. Edson, L. Vanderlaan, D. Prow, J. Hazekamp, M. Birtendorp, W. Ritter, B. Matthews, R. Christenson, president, J. Mouhouse, M. Mezeske, W. Lawrence, C. Young, S. Kolbe, A. Toman, T. Baade, C. Smith. FOURTH ROW: G. Smith, B. Christenson, secretary and treasurer, G. Rogers, C. Visscher, R. Klinger, A. Klinger, A. Smith, K. Johnson, E. Klinger, L. Larson, W. Jewett, program chairman, O. Nielsen, S. Hodges, M. Buit, D. Anderson, M. Timmer, D. Fairfield. W6-6 Zzacwlemz dmfefzectd Members of Hi-C are earnest in their de- sire to broaden their spiritual horizons with their religious programs. They hear visiting speakers of various faiths at their weekly meetings and try to become familiar with different religious beliefs. - Hi-C's social activities include an annual beach party and attendance at the Christian Youth banquets in January and June. From a charter membership of twenty, the 65445 zecayngea acioicvw The Latin Club, more formally known as The Junior Classical League. meets twice monthly. Programs dealing with Roman life and customs are given, and Latin literature is studied. At Christmas time their orchestra and choir present musical interpretations to the club. Recognition keys are given to sen- ior Latin students who have completed four years of Latin at an awards meeting in late spring. club has grown to include over 100 students. FRONT ROW: F. Poe, L. Wiese, W. Nelson, J. Johnson, vice-president, J. Kirkpatrick, B. Walters, secretary, S. Stidham, C. Swanson, P. Bell, historian, N. Stathis. SECOND ROW: C. Fultz, D. Kiel, S, Jedrezak, M. Bailey, L. Varner, J. Swanson, P. Anderson, J. Marceau, J. Archambault, A. Beckstrom. THIRD ROW: S. Pattison, J. Karel, N. Squire, chief treasurer, N. Harrington, S. Eagles, D. Hinkley, P. Bradasich, D. Domont, reporter, I.. Nelson, secretary. FOURTH ROW: D. Amos, D. Starks, vice-president, P. Lony, B. Klein, president, E. M. Merritt, advisor, G. Matecun, president, J. Robar, E. Pearson. tit? FRONT ROW: J. Norstrom, N. Lindback, Inter-Club Council representative: N. McCall, J. Applegarth, S. Harpster, C. Caswell, H. FitzPatrick, treasurer: V. Johnson, S. Cross, S. LaCore, C. Arnson, historian. SECOND ROW: J. Kirkpatrick, S. Eagles, J. Fischer, K. Davis, D. Andrews, C. Koontz, L. Gorlesky, P. Hollar, M. Elzinga, A. Ouwerkerk, P. Buris, B. Hartz. THIRD ROW: S. Seguin, K. Kison, G. Leach, E. Rork, K. Kloosterman, P. Goloversic, N. Moon, president, N. Branch, P. McCormick, C. Prins, J. Murphy, S. Kraft, secretary. FOURTH ROW: C. Smith, P. Schoonover, S. Bee, D. Hozer, Student Council representativeg J, Sampson, C. Cotie, S. Krog- man, S. Leaf, vice-president, S. Patterson, J. Hansen, P. Bradasisfi, A. Keillor, L. Brace, V. Edwards. - 7eerw ozfzew cfmfmczfm Wd-Z claws: active eewrioe The Y-Teens organization is helping its One of the most active service clubs on the members "to grow as a person, to grow in Campus is the Hi-Y. The 30 boys operate the friendship with people of all races, religions, concessions at the football games, give the and nationalities, and to grow in the know- St. Patrick's Day dance, and raise money in ledge and love of God." other ways to support their main projects. They send Christmas boxes overseas, help Y-Teens sponsored Christmas and spring needy families in Muskegon, and contribute dances, carried on several service projects, to charities in many different ways. Of and heard various speakers at their meetings. course, it isn't all work! The boys have swims at the HY," the officers attend a training Founded in the early 1930's, the club now camp at Torch Lake, and received legislative has a membership of about seventy girls. training at Lansing, December 5 and 6. -f FRONT ROW: Bob Driscoll, Burwell Sayles, Jim Fan, Larry Pickle, Roy Peterson, Bruce Williams. SECOND ROW: George Russcher advisor: Jerry Porter, Sam Olsen, Bill Ramsey, chaplain: Roy Bayne, secretaryg Jerry Spyke, president. THIRD ROW: Jack Clock Jerry Patow, sergeant-at-arms: Bob Runnels, Dick lstail, Andrew Hegedus, Don Byro, treasurer: John Hoos, Chuck Hasseldahl FOURTH ROW: Dave Mudgett, Dick Anderson, Bill Jones, David Tietsort, Dave Van Eenenaam, vice-presidentp Jim Nutt, Bob Brink Norman Hine. u-, f ' Wt i. mc sx1xiSll1lI1m11 11 FRONT ROW: M. Nolen, J. Andrews, M. Ward, S. Jedrezak, J. Johnson, D. Walters, J. Wickerink, D. Wikman, H. Calloway, N VanderWerf, J. Fry, E. Lower, N. Kendall, R. Ryke, N. Moon. SECOND ROW: A. Cramer, M. Spyke, J. Von De Koppel, B. Weiss B. Weiss, G. Middlecamp, M. Sironen, M. Kramer, B. Carr, P. Schuiteman, H. Vos, D. Meyers, R. Hughes, K. Arnold, L. Varner, S Meyers, J. Ortquist, C. Beauvais, 5. Houseman, J. Timmer, C. Seebald. THIRD ROW: K. Tobin, B. Wierengo, B. Fisher, D. Bunker J. Murphy, J. Smith, N. Stadt, B. Heaton, J. Joneson, R. Christenson, J. Wightman, F. Clanton, M. Hanson, S. Bergman, K Abbott, D. Gatfield, D. Scott, D. Loomis, S. Seyferth, A. Hansen, D. Fairfield. FOURTH ROW: N. Champion, B. Christenson, M Martin, L. Vanderlacn, J. Maxwell, G. Dodge, E. Seely, D. Bailey, K. Bensinger, J. Riekels, H. Johnston, J. Johnson, C. Buckley W. Lindeman, F. Cassell, S. Klang, M. Warren, J. Minuth, P. Anderson, B. Lindstrom, F. Kuehn, A. Fitch, L. Nelson. Wdddg gfzaocpe ating fda Zwa Zecwlefw . . . Few choirs have the distinction of having two directors within one yearg yet the Mus- kegon vocal music department has been that lucky. John L. Wheeler directed the A Cap- pella Choir and chorus during the first term. Then John DeHorn directed during the spring term after he returned from the Navy. Under Mr. Wheeler's direction the A Cap- pella Choir presented Christmas programs for the schools and many Service Clubs of Muskegon and also for the second consecutive year the A Cappella Choir gave a perform- ance of The Messiah with one of the local church choirs. The annual spring concert, under the di- rection of Mr. 1JeHorn was one of the high- lights of the second term. Under these two directors, Muskegon stu- dents have been given a rare opportunity to learn the pleasures of good music. FRONT ROW: Y. Sternburgh, C. Dunham, P. Holmgren, L. Wiese, W. Nelson, M. Nedervelt, L. Corinti, S. Cross, V. Mclntire, M. Feltman, D. Burr, A. Lindstrom, J. L. Wheeler, director. SECOND ROW: B. White, B. Swift, M. DeVries, L. Gorlesky, J. Nelson, P. Hill, C. Singleton, G. Spiller, G. Dempsey, B. White, E. Carlyon, M. Roelofs, M. Mars, E. Hazekamp. THIRD ROW: D. Jeppesen, G. Lambkin, J. Kurtz, S. Sequin, D. Bodenhammer, G. Cloud, B. Martin, B. Gunst, S. Fortney, R. Vanderstelt, M. Finkhouse, P. Movey, L. Brace, C. Prins, L. Peterson, B. Crawford, O. Nielsen. FOURTH ROW: S. Pattison, M. Boettcher, J. Archambault, J. Gee, S. Edson, D. Stubbs, D. Patterson, A. Smith, K. Johnson, B. Fielstra, V. Scouten, B. VanderWall, P. Bristow, M. Walton, M. Loughery, J. Schutter. zcieatm gd Band and orchestra can't be all workg Pro Musica provides the so- cial outlet. By organizing parties, helping with ban- quets, a picnic, and other activitiesg Pro Musica promotes a spirit of friendship between the band and orchestra Rather than being rivals, the two organizations co- operate together through the Work of Pro Musica Bill Booth, vice-presidentg Kay Harring- ton, presidentp Sue laCore, secretary Bonnie Walters, treasurer: John May- rose, historian. I I I I I I FIRST VIOLINS Brown, Alberta Hansen, Ardythe Hudy, Charlotte Hasper, Pearl Domont, Delphine Mayrose, John Poe, Florence Rose, Jack Wiersma, Margaret SECOND VIOLINS Appleton, Jane Belton, Nancy Chonis, Christine Collier, Darlene Cooper, Betty Galombeck, Garrett Koski, Elsa Luther, Rosemary Neumer, Stephen Rieben, Julie Robbins, Larry Rumohr, Geraldine Scanlon, Shirley Snook, Daniel Sturgeon, Darlene Swanson, Julie Teuling, Bonnie Zirk, Edna VIOLAS Beegle, Robert Holtrop, Jane Olson, Bonnie Rodewald, William CELLO5 Baker, Barbara Barber, Janet Harrington, Kay Horsley, Barbara Rodewald, Mary Work, work, work - hur- ry, hurry, hurry! Time was an important factor, for the orchestra had only a short period in which to prepare for its most important ap- pearance. This year our or- chestra became the first in the country to play before the national clinic of high school band directors at the Sherman Hotel in Chicago. After its two day trip to Chicago, the orchestra set- tled down to prepare for the district and state con- tests, concerts, radio broad- casts, and their usual well- filled prograni of activities. The orchestra deserves a lot of credit for its great musical contribution to the school. STRING BASSES Amos, Dave Becker, Mariorie Klein, Henry FLUTES Bennett, Mariel Moessner, Kay Walters, Bonnie OBOES Hill, William Miller, Sheila BASSOON Dixon, Wayne CLARINETS Booth, William Cooper, Jackie Jones, Helen Paquin, Joyce CORNETS DeFrench, George Gunderson, Harold Matthews, Bruce HORNS Bosma, Lorne Collins, Janice Moseler, Louise Nolen, Jane TROMBONES Link, Ray Richards, Charles Westfall, Darrell PERCUSSION and Ekstrom, Peter Fitch, William Genter, Roland George, Jim Frazee, Linda LaCore, Sue Marceau, Janice PIANO FLUTES Bennett, Mariel Boertman, Barbara Christy, Nancy Dalrymple, Sally Jensen, Norann Kiel, Darlene Moessner, Kay Munclt, Karen Rogers, Glenda Spurgat, Marilyn Vugteveen, Mary Walters, Bonnie OBOES Hill, William Miller, Sheila CLARlNETS Boyd, Delores Boyer, Jack Booth, William Christiansen, William Cooper, Jacquelyn Davison, Nancy Dietz, Marlene Engle, Lila Field, Fred Gillette, Kay Hinkley, Donna Holmes, Richard Houseman, Joan Johnson, Kenneth Jones, Helen Kiel, Marilyn Kleyn, Lois Leaf, Sally Linton, Kenneth Mark, David Meyers, Barbara Nelson, Joe Paquin, Joyce Schafer, Gordon Sheringer, John Shunk, Jacqueline Swanson, Marilyn Veihl, Shirley Zend 666464 Members of the 1952-53 Muskegon High School band can tell their children someday that they played for a President, for the band was at the station in full color when Presi- dent Truman made his Whistle stop in Mus- kegon. There were other events, of course, which called for far more hard Work and probably meant more to the band: their eight Volz, William Way, Marlene BASSOON Dixon, Wayne ALTO CLARINET Pixley, Delores BASS CLARINET Hutchinson, Gweneth Mikesell, Nancy ALTO SAXOPHONE5 Black, Richard Pearce, Ronald Phillips, Phyllis TENOR SAXOPHONE Stapel, Harry BARITONE SAXOPHONE Smith, Charles 79 fzofazmaacea fine football shows, their winter concert, and the spring contest "firsts." You'll certainly remember the band marching proudly in the huge "Salute to Industry" parade and several spring parades. As you can see by its record, the band is one of the schools busiest and I I I I most successful organizations. Bb CORNETS Alexander, Barbara Berggren, Jean Brown, Sharon Chapel, Jack Cooper, Lewis Cooper, Marcus DeFrench, George DeWiH, Richard Gunderson, Harold Engslrom, Sharon Greene, Arlene Slarks, David Matthews, Bruce Ott, Richard Parks, David Robar, James FRENCH HORNS Banninga, Paul Bosma, Lorna Cleveringa, Juanita Collins, Janice PIANO Frazee, Linda TYMPANI Genler, Roland Moseler, Louise Nolen, Jane Twining, Clark EUPHONIUMS Borge, Eugene Carlson, Dennis Edlund, Edward Hovey, Roberl Humenick, Michael Shaffer, Gaylord Wikman, David TROMBONES Anderson, Donna Erickson, Darwin Flickema, Thomas Klevering, Joyce Link, Raymond Pixley, Lloyd Richards, Charles Westfall, Darrell BASSES Filth, William Hawk, Bruce Lovell, Agnes Pialr, Robert Robbins, Larry Sirotko, Ted STRING BASS Klein, Henry PERCUSSION Andrews, Donna Bollhouse, Robert Ekslrom, Peter Fearnley, Kay George, James Kolkema, Richard Marshall, Joyce Menges, Charles Norlon, Larry Pearson, Eddie Pederson, Sharon 75 .41-4 , FN' 3 'f 55 -i"a j 1 ,. '.-.Q gr-av" .QIWQ4 Z 5,3 lv Q 5 -Li' qv 7444 61444545 Me 66414164444 . Mrs. Elliott, advisor, Naomi Johnson, Grace Middlecamp, Charlene Young, Lois Toman, Dorallee Hanks, Flor- ence Cassel, Dorothy Herbst, Odessa Enner, Elaine Feltman, Mar- lene David, Mrs. O'- Conner, Walter Linde- man. FRONT ROW: Mrs. El- liott, Ruth VanderKooi, .lo Anne Willis, Emo- gene Sabin, Marianne Kramer, Odessia En- ner, Norma Vredeveld, Marian Hagen, Jareen McPherson, Jianette Thompson, Miss Web- ster. BACK ROW: Fay Conroy, Sheila Policha, Charlotte Rinckey, Lois Toman, Shirley Kalbe, Bill Ramsey, Bill Dean, June Brewer, Peggy Knapp, Jone Joneson, Beverly Schrier, Margie Bunnell. 7 ,-4. 3 exgblazea fflmmioan fafelafce . . . Students are learning all phases of library Work through the MHS Library Club. Club members assist the librarians and school in giving efficient service an-d help with Book Week and Poetry Week. You have probably noticed their unusual bulletin board projects in the library. The Muskegon club has joined the State organization of School Librarians' Assistants and attended meetings in Kalamazoo in April. Several parties were given by the club this year-at Hallow- een, Christmas and in the spring. Membership is limited to about twenty students. The Teen-Age Book Club was organized for students interested in good reading. A subject is picked each year for special studyg this year the club has worked on American folklore. Members also assisted with Book Week and Poetry Week. They have book pro- grams at alternate meetings, and have some special speakers during the year relating to books, reading, and libraries. FRONT ROW: Gail Harris, lreasurer, Yvonne Srernburgh, Kafhryn Ann Morse, Berry Welt, Doris VclnDyke, president, Mary Ann Kulicamp. SECOND ROW: Miss Petrie, advisor, Ilene Morrell, Maxine Roelofs, vice-president, Louise Peterson, sezrerary, Carol Seastrom, Jo Ann Kowalski, Norma Orlquisl. 7, W. ,-4. 96164 azfcwlg 7 14, Zeezm adam! Aamemading . tending . An enthusiastic group of twenty girls be- long to the F. H. A. who have been busy during the year attending district and state meets, working on their homemaker degrees, and otherwise promoting an appreciation of the joy and satisfaction of homemaking. In addition they adopted a local family for the Christmas season, and had a Mother- Daughter banquet in May. "Which school are you assigned to?" "Is it your turn to take care ofthe children during the McLaughlin P. T. A. lHt'6til1g'?H "Are you going to help pack the gifts for Winesap school '?" These are only a few of the projects the Future Teachers of America are engaged in to help them attain the characteristics which are necessary to be successful teachers. F. T. A. has grown from a club of 11 mem- bers in 1950 to the present membership of 31. FRONT ROW: A. Brown, J, Kirkpatrick, C. DeVeNe, M. Allore, D. Kiel, C. Squires, reporter, J. laCourse, secretary-treasurer, J. Fry. SECOND ROW: J. Hansen, C. Hall, M. Bunk, G. Middlecamp, reporter, L. Engle, J. Howard, vice-president, R. Ryke, C. Wesffield, S. LaCore. THIRD ROW: B. Joslin, K. Wesrling, A. Hansen, president, O. Neilson, N. Hughes, S. Houseman, E. Seeley, C. Hudy. FOURTH ROW: R. Burlrand, D. Hinkley, M. Shively, E. A. Raue, advisor. FRONT ROW: Mary Nolen, Karen Westling, Nan Kendall, Pat Campbell, historiany Nancy Christy, Sue LaCore. SECOND ROW: Kathy Tobin, Marva Spyke, Sandy Davidson, Janice Rogers, Mariel Bennett, Phyllis Andersen, secretary, Kay Abbott, Donzy Loomis, Pat Hill. THIRD ROW: Mary Jean Polak, David Starks, Bill Booth, John Wightman, treasurer, David Todd, Gordon Schafer, vice-president, Charles Menges, Peggy Powers, advisor. FOURTH ROW: Harris Leichti, Jim Nutt, Kerry Ainsworth, Dave Thomas, Ron Perry, president. "?a6z!4faZ 5 " czaaamyaldakea yank . . , The gavel raps sharply and the thirty-five members of Speech Guild cease talking for a moment. What with the spring forensic con- test, debate and discussion, T. B., Community Fund, Voice of Democracy, and Red Feather speeches. and Thespian activities, it has grown to be one of the most active clubs in Muskegon Senior High School. Much time, cogitation, and elbow grease is required of M Miss Powers and the "faithful 35," yet they manage to have parties and dances through- out the year. Speech Guild was founded in 1948 to en- courage an interest in all forms of public speaking. In its short history, it has made a place for itself in Muskegon Senior High School, operating on a public service basis. f arva Spyke, Karen Westling and Mariel Bennett are busy making decorations for the Turkey-in-the-Straw dance. if-4Fii'l""QnW A ieapdcma donors 456664 . . . Now in its seventh year, Troupe 704 of the National Thespian Society honors students who have excelled in speech, radio and dramatics. Their activities range from playing host to Thespian troupes of Western Michigan to sending delegates to the national convention at Indiana Univer- sity last summer. FRONT ROW: S. Davidson, secretary, P. Steiner, J. Rogers, S. Rop, scribe, K. N. Franck, advisor. SECOND ROW: J. Faber, advisor, P. Anderson, president, J. Maxwell, vice-president, A. Hansen, R. Beers, P. Powers, advisor. G. Schafer, H. Riekels, H. Liechti, B. Williams. FOURTH ROW: D. Suchecki, treasurer, F. Heuser, J. Riekels, Masque is now preparing the future Bernhardts and Barry- mores for life in the bright lights. The fall play, which has been presented each year since 1927, has given many students a chalice to display their talents. The 601606624964 members of Masque kept busy in between their major productions by presenting an exchange assembly at Holland and Grand Haven. I ' 1 With the coming of spring, the Masque members' fancies turned to the student-directed one-act plays which are annually presented. The purpose of Masque is to promote participation in and appreciation of the dramatics arts at MHS. mfdgdde FRONT ROW: Miss Faber, advisor, J. Bayne, N. Kendall, historian, P. Steiner, sergeant-at-arms, M. Krupp, S. Christenson, M. Ward, A. Bobick, H. Chonis, N. Christy, I. VcnEenenaam. SECOND ROW: J. Decker, C. Ladd, secretary, K. Tobin, M. Spyke, M. Janus- iewicz, M. Bennett, L. Gorlesky, M. Grotenhuis, vice-president, B. Hammond, S. Davidson, S. Schuler, E. Seeley. THIRD ROW: A. Hansen, R. Beers, J. Maxwell, treasurer, G. Schafer, president, D. Starks, B. Williams, H. Kline, H. Liechti, S. Rop, J. Anderson, P. Rasey, K. Brooks FOURTH ROW: C. Hall, T. Plumhoff, J. Riekels, H. Vos, J. Potts, J. Clock, Sergeant-at-arms, D, Thomas, H. Riekels, D. VcnEenenaam, L. Moore, C. Menges, M. Warren. 7.71. 14. new ,field nm . The FNA is actively helping those girls who hope to become nurses, and encouraging more girls to enter this profession. The members, numbering about 30, have taken field trips this year to Physical Therapy at Hacklev Hospital, to the Gerber Baby Food plant at Fremont, and to the Muskegon Fil- tration plant. The girls also brighten the lives of hospital patients by making favors for their trays and stuffed animals for the children. FIYONT ROW: Nancy McCall, Iris Anderson, Witham, Pat Walker. SECOND ROW: Greta Gardner, JoAnn McMillan, Kitty Keur, pres- ident, Carmen Fultz, Sue Kraft, recording Kienke, Shirleyann Scanlon, Lois Vanderlaan, Pat Schoonover, corresponding secretary, Carol Drennan, Donna M. Anderson, Loretta Wheeler. femdfme dame cm . This organization is designed exclusively for the students who learn the art of selling and who work after school. It gives them a chance to become better acquainted with each other and provides recreational activities. A roller skating party at Curvecrest in January as well as a "Bosses' Dinner" in June rounded out the social activities. FRONT ROW: S. Rust, P. Mahoney, R. Scheidegger, G. Toxopeus, L. Reed, J. Frizzell, G. Saul, advisor. SECOND ROW: D. Boukamp, L. Roberts, M. Riekels, B. Zwicker, S. Dault, treasurer, L. Crago, C. Leaf, secretary. THIRD ROW: L. Solman, B. Albright, corresponding secretary, J. Genter, president, B. Medendorp, J. Kidd, B. Carr, P Hollar, P. McCormick, vice-president, M. Garvey. FOURTH ROW: A. DeLong, L. Postema, J. Nugent, C. Houchins R. Deeker, B. Harp, S. Pfeiffer, B. Aquino, C. Petersen, S. Raymond. Carol Siplon, historian, Marilyn Martin, Nancy secretary, Karen Frasier, treasurer, Wilma Fox, Darlene Bunker. THIRD ROW: Marlene FRONT ROW: N, Taylor, K. Morse, president, C. Winters, B. Sterritt, J. Forward, J. Dobb, M. Gabel, C. Cooper, C. Swanson, J. Wilson. SECOND ROW: B. Weiss, B. Gordon, G. Golden, D. Rocker, D. King, 0. Enner, P. Schoonover, P. Bozeman, B. Childs, Mr. Gerard. THIRD ROW: L. Engle, K, Rasmussen, R. Bartrand, G. Wood, B. Eckwielen, J. Price, T. Farquhar, E. Edlund, D, Kuck, E. Robertson, J. Rollins. FOURTH ROW: G. Medema, G. Smith, C. Drennan, R. Odmark, B. Peterson, T. O'Connor, R. Cribbs, R. Hilt, E, Shetterly, N. Farquhar, N. Tayler, R. Firestone. My .niece ide ,eewaee . . "Sign please," has been one of the familiar sayings in the halls of MHS since the mon- itors took charge more than a year ago. The monitors, whose chief purpose is to keep the halls orderly and to prevent vandal- ism, are chosen each semester from the study halls, and from these students a captain is elected for each hour. Students who serve as monitors are de- pendable and loyal and can be trusted to do their job Well. Awards are given to monitors who have completed two or more semesters of good Work. 'We want gow: ,edotwzen What are you doing to advance your hob- by Z' The members of the Shutterbugs feel they are gaining a great deal of knowledge of photography. Pictures that will be treas- u1'ed in later years are the portraits taken at the proms by the members of the club. Other projects include taking pictures of stu- dent activities and athletics, having special talks on photography at their meetings, and improving their darkroom equipment. Shut- t-erhug members truly learn by doing. FRONT ROW: Mary Dykstra, Janet Parsons, Carole Beauvois, Connie Toman, Marian Cierlak, Lynda Cannaday, secretary. SECOND ROW: Pat Poling, president: David Brace, Bill Brand, Paul Long, Carlie Hall, vice-president. THIRD ROW: Edward Woods, Charles Olson, Glenn Russcher, Kerry Ainsworth, treasurer, Henry ClaPPf Mr. Harrison, advisor. If 5' 1, egg -w 5 gp , V- A2 Q gg 5 -S gg ws , QQ.. 9 SQ ff .sg Qw Wfz, 77Z4mz6a9 444 ,dimmed ,lam ,ezagfceaa , I Mr. George A. Manning, Whose leadership has led to a definite mark of progress, is re- tiring at the close of his twenty-fourth year as principal of Muskegon Senior High School. Mr. Manning has been very successful in reaching the goals he has set-to develop a well-rounded school curriculum and promote a harmonious spirit among the student body. During the depression Mr. Manning set up a Wide variety of manual and commercial courses which gave students practical training for business and industry. At the same time full credit music courses were adopted as well as economics, sales, business organization, speech, dra- matics, debate, and others. The trade and industry program was also introduced under Mr. Manning's leadership. Extra-curricular activity has been encouraged by Mr. Manning. Students now have a var- iety of some thirty clubs in which they may take part. These clubs have been instrumental in fostering a spirit of friendliness and cooperation within the student body. Mr. Manning has always had the best interest of the school at heart. His contact with the faculty, students, and the public has been to promote a friendly feeling of cooperation to make MHS an outstanding school in the state. For his successful and important service to the school and his community, the 1953 staff of Said and Done is happy to dedicate this yearbook. Assistant Principal E. W. Knudson is leaving Muskegon to live in California after many years of valuable service to our school system. Mr. Knudson is a native of Muskegon, having been a student here from lVIc- Laughlin grade school through Com- munity College. He was president of the MHS class of '34, Since receiving his master's degree from the University ol' Michigan, Mr. Knudson has held many positions in the school system here. He has assisted the principals at Angell and Central Junior High Schools, worked under Dr. Umbreit at Community Col- lege, and has been assistant to Mr. Man- ning for the past five years. Mr. Knudson says he greatly appre- ciates the friendliness and cooperation the students have shown him: he enjoys working with young people very much. We extend our best wishes to you, Mr. Knudson, for your success and happiness in California. fmwleaa, Qfazfzfeaqa dave made ,diana 60076 , , , Hackley Manual Training School, headed by Mr. Edward Huttenga, is one of the most outstanding examples of progress at Muskegon High. Since Mr. Huttenga came to Muskegon in 1946, many new vocational courses have been adopted or changed. The auto mechanics shop Was opened in 19463 in 1947 the electrical shop was made over and the courses extended to include day trade electricity. A foundry course was added in 1949. and arc-welding classes' were introduced in 1950. Under Mr. Hutten- ga's guidance homemaking classes, adult education courses. the Co-operative Oc- cupational Training Program, and other important courses have been expanded to such an extent that Muskegon now has some of the finest vocational train- ing facilities in the country. hsfjf, ' ,:- . That's the word that comes to mind when one thinks of Muskegon High School. For MHS is a modern institution, with modern ways, and yet it is also rich in those almost intangible qualities that have grown and become a part of the school with the passing of the years. The modern high school - a typically American institution -is comparatively new, even as the country itself is comparatively young. But progress has made America what it is today - progress in science. government, art. literature, and education. What started out simply as an urge to see what was "beyond the next hill" developed into a pioneering spirit that reached across the continent, and is now exploring new frontiers in electronics, nuclear physics, or perhaps just building better mousetraps. Through the years, progress has been the keynote of education at Muskegon High School. As educational philosophies have changed, as the field of educational interests have broadened. our curriculum has expanded to include such courses as day trade, retail sales, and radio production. A driver training course has also been added for the teen-agers of this mechanized age. Modern equipment has been made available to today's student. Broadcasting facilities for radio classes. up-to-date equipment for science courses, new opportunities for students to put their knowledge to practical use in the community -these are but a few of the many improvements in our educational system. Outside the classroom, extra-curricular activities have gained a new importance. A variety of organizations give more students opportunities for experience and recreation. Honor societies have been formed, giving recognition for outstanding achievement. It is through cooperation, through the combined efforts of administration, faculty. students, and parents. that this progressive state has been attained. In a democracy, not only the government, but also the schools are "of the people, by the people, and for the people." And so Muskegon High School has taken its place as an integral part of the community, a modern institution in a free country, performing its vital task of giving today's young people not only a good start, but the courage and determination to carry on. HAROLD J. ROSENGREN Weslern Michigan College, B.S. MR. LOWRY Central Michigan College of Education, B.S., Graduate work at University of Michigan. auaaeffaw guide am camaea . . . For those of us who are enrolled in the Trade and Industry course, Mr. Rosengren and Mr. Lowry help us secure jobs in indus- try, supervise and check our work on the job, and teach us the related subjects required. Their assistance and guidance is appreciated. We have hurried to Room 100 for assist- ance from our first request for a schedule change to our final need for counselling in selecting a college or a vocation. We greatly appreciate the work Mrs. Alice Kyes and Mr. William Denton have done in helping to guide us through our three years at Muskegon High. ' r MRS. ALICE KYES Oberlin College, University of Chicago, M.A. MR. WILLIAM DENTON Ohio Wesleyan University, University al Michigan, B.A., M.A. Ufbldce 4 age kamdk :detach . . . 'Q T3 if 'lg' 32:22 1 ss-. i J ., mace A. Lowa ,jf gf' A ..--.....,.,,,, , 1 -ns., Mrs. Julia Ash, Mrs. Theresa Caslerline, Mrs. Iola Rolfe, and Mrs. Agnes Backer. Checking sludenl credits occupies Mrs. Julia Ash, while Mrs. Theresa Caslerline, Mrs. lola Rolfe, and Mrs. Agnes Backer answer lelephones and take care of all the clerical work. Checking credits, filing, keeping the rec- ords straight, and answering hundreds of questions for both faculty and students- these are but a few of the tasks quickly and ' r efficiently carried out by the office staff. It is these women who keep track of the count- less details necessary to keep a school the size of MHS functioning. S if -uw' S .IQ ., will A Q , I 1 I, X' P 52,4 A X 5 ! , C Q? K I Q All 3 Q' , 'f HN 1 1 .. ,. 3 1, V I v W ,Q . ' asv - , If ?'0f,,, - ,ff , lZ.5,,c,,,f 1 " M .N .,, 'ki S gif' ...I I F2 f 419' 'E i Q 4' ' 'x .f Q mv' ws ' ,.,, I . , . ' 'si' -"' Q I 4 2 4 2 "., L . , 3 1 7 5 5 is 3 O M' Q wade, Wfaealfza. . . . We develop our talents and interests in music under the supervision of able directors in both the vocal and instrumental fields. Through this training we become familiar with the finest music of all types, from class- JOHN W. DE HORN Wheaton College, A.B. Music - A Cappella JOHN L. WHEELER University of Michigan, B. Music M. Music - A Cappella Chairs ALEX POSVISTAK Western State Teachers College, WILLIAM L. STEWART Michigan Normal, Northwestern University, B S. Master of Music Pro Musica ical to popular. We get a chance to comp ut our skill in music through our participation in yearly music festivals, and we contribute to the culture of the community by our annual concerts. Mr. Stewart keeps the band members busy rehearsing for concerts, EBBA BEDKER Northwestern University, A.B. - Winesap School Proiect SARAH COUTCHIE Hope College, University ol Michigan, A.B., A,M. - Carmenta WILLIAM JOHN HARRISON University of Michigan, B. of Arts in Journalism - Press Club and Camera Club THORA LUNDELL Concordia College, B,A, - l2B Class Advisor MARCELLA M. O'CONNOR University ot Michigan, B.A. - library Club RALPH H. PLUMMER Michigan State Normal College, kv' University of Michigan, A.B., M.A. MABEL JANE QUAIL 1 Pennsylvania State Teachers' College, Alma College, B. Pd., B,A. - Senate Fine Arts ETHEL A. RAUE Northern Illinois State Teachers' College, University of Illinois, B.S. - Future Teachers of America " eczcldn' cm' 701650: Teaching students to express their thoughts on paper is one of the main objec- tives of the English department. Spelling. grammar, and written assignments are all tuie designed to help us become better Writers. Mr. Gerard supervises sentence structure ' T 1:9-4 JENETTE FABER Alma College, A B. W Mosque KARI NATALIE FRANCK Hope College, A B, - Educolionul Rod FRANKLIN G. POLING Michigan State Normal College, A B PEGGY POWERS Alma College, B A, f Speech Guild MARGARET ELLIOTT Albion College, Universily of Michigan A.B,, M.S - library Club, Teen Age Book Club GWENDOLYN WEBSTER M S, N.S., Carnegie Library School A HrfC cam aww! fdkc a S czoew' mac! , , . The library serves as a storehouse of information ably dispensed by trained librarians who give us instruction in the use of library facilities. Armed with the facts, we present our ideas orally in speech classes where we learn to speak with clarity and poise. In addition to the regular introductory course, there are also advanced courses in debate, forensics, clra matics, and radio. Miss Faber helps Noel Rose make lupe recording of her voice. Y Q Elaine Baru, Dave Tietsort and Judy Kelly study the sample ballot under direc- tion of Mr. Young in Prob- lems I class. GEORGE S. CARLSON Michigan State, B.S. PAUL DUNSWORTH Western Michigan, University of Michigan, B.A,, M.A. RUSSEL O. PARTINGTON Iowa State Teachers College, B.A., University of Michigan, M.A. ETHEL E. PIHLSTROM University of Minnesota, B.S. 4 Said and Done GEORGE A. RUSSCHER Hope College, University of Michigan, A.B., M.A. - Hi-Y Club WILLIAM H. YOUNG University of Michigan, A.B., M.A, - Director of Visual Education 744 ?ccz'wze dlcyem we atcwlq Me had . . , In this complex world we need to live and work together. The social studies department offers courses in economics. sociology, gov- ernment, and history. We learn how the past has influenced the present, how our govern- ment functions, how the economic laws affect our lives, and how we can better our social conditions. r i ,, 3,551 YH Q..- RAYMOND R. CLAIRE C. COOK DOUGLAS A. TOOL W. G. TRAUTMAN ELIZABETH R. BAUER University of Michigan, University of Nebraska, University of Michigan, VANDEGRIFT S" John'sV Universny of M.A., 8.5. University of Michigan, Masters in Biology Wenem Michigcmi U Notre Dame, B.S., M.S. B'S" M'A' versity of Michigan, - Cheerleaders A-B., MA- - Conservation Club We keep age write tee z4z'am6e ffge . , . Living in an age of mechanical devices and gadgets, science is a must. Courses in biological, chemical, and physical sciences help us to understand our uni- verse and its laws. We probe into the mysteries of life. experiment in chemistry with the elements ,E of the earth, and study physical v , gy f characteristics of heat, light, and electricity. Every year our sci- ence department adds new equip- ment and apparatus to help us understand these ideas more clearly. Gordon Beamer and Jane Andrews test the principle of centrifugal force in physics under the watchful eyes of Mr. Cook. 93 N I l I l i l l i 94 l l ANTHONY E. GILSDORF University of Michigan, University of Wisconsin, A.B., Ph. M. MARGARET I. HITCHCOCK Emmanuel Missionary College, A.B. VERA V. KLONTZ Z Gem City Commercial College, Cleary College, Michigan State Normal College, B. Accts., B.C.S., B.S. - M. Berry Wood Chapter National Honor Society CECELIA M. KNOLI. Western Stale Teachers' College, A.B. GOLDIE l.. MAYROSE Indiana State Teachers' College, A.B. - l2A Class Advisor Wx! my-....' HARVEY L. PAULSON University of Chicago, Ph.B., M.A. - Faculty Treasurer of High School EQ? Office practice class gets instructions from Miss Klontz on the operation of various machines. We .feczfm Uffdae ecdadgaea . . . For those of us Who plan to enter the bus- iness field, the commercial department offers ample training. We learn the technique of office work such as: typing, filing, balancing books, and operating office machines.


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