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

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The book has grown proportionately with the increased enrollment and activ- ities of Muskegon Senior High School through the years. In 1904 Said and Done was a small 50-page literary magazine. In 1954 Said and Done is a 176 page volume filled with pictures of our school year. In 1904 Senior High occupied the present junior High build- ing while the Hackley Manual Training School had been gain- ing country-wide reputation since 1895 for being the first and best equipped high school vocational training institution in the United States. What today is known as the Annex was formerly Wilson School. It was used for the handicapped students of senior high age. 2 If you stand at the flagpole at the center of our campus, you would be standing on jefferson street as it ran through Central Campus fifty years ago. Washington avenue bisected the Cam' pus also, but was closed off when the stadium was constructed in 1927. As the campus progressed toward its present form, so have the student activities. Since Senior High moved to its new quarters in 1918, the student body and its diversified social activities grew by leaps and bounds. Today we have 30 various clubs with a large percentage of the student body as members. Our athletic activities, such as football, have as many as 100 boys out as compared with the 25 or 30 of the 500 students of old Senior High. The band membership has increased from 20 in 1904 to close to 100 in 1954. A boy's glee club then gpg-ax.. .Q 545' active has led the way to our high school choir of 80 voices. Such organizations as Senate had about 19 members as com- pared with close to 50 today. Then, but no longer active, were junior Chamber of Commerce and the House of Representa- tives, membership of which was open only to boys. Then 9th graders were a part of Senior High, now they are a part of junior High. Muskegon has not only expanded its extra-curricular activ- ities, but has also expanded its courses of study. Our curri- culum is much broader than 50 years ago. We have general, college preparatory, commercial, and manual courses today. Learning to read and write are no longer the only essentials. The theme now is to learn to live with one another. Each course is designed to help the student become a useful citizen. The whole aspect of Senior High is more informal. No longer do you see boys in stiff collars and ties or suits during the school day as in the "good old days." The girls dress has changed considerably from the long dresses of 50 years ago to Hackley Manual in 1904 I stylish but simple clothes, making for ease of movement. Neith- er do students march in single file from class to class. Classes with a president, secretary, and treasurer are organized in 11-B now, which leads to a closer relationship of members of the class. ' From 1904 to 1954, many changes have been made in our physical plant, curriculum, and activities. MHS will carry on in the finest tradition changing to fit the times. To the students in the years to come is the challenge to carry high the torch of Muskegon Senior High School so nobly handed down by the students and faculty of these last fifty years. And so we on the Said and Done staff carry on. We present the events of the year, Said and Done's 50th year, 1954, through OUR YEAR A ACTIVITIES SPORTS GRADUATES . G.A.A. UNDERGRADUATES ADMINISTRATION ADVERTISERS 3 4 1 2 Q L I. ll Q Q .I . ll l 35 M Q 2 . I 18? E . J' ' . .ts I Il I 1 m I ig ll ? IH 1 in 1 W,,f ,ff ,f,:f 3 L ' UMNHAZV4' I A W. 4 ' 2, 32 f' f . 22261-'f ' 'A lg ' ' , z Q 'nu 1 J . xt I I ,image . 5 , 1, Q 'VM 'Q ,fix V- -A ,ny , l Y "1 I Q' G A . F i Q- A I ,, K ,iw ' , g 5 . Q! 6' K '-' . ve: -,., . ,, f ' f - Q b 3 M 4 . 3 ' lf A g M' ' ",' M ...W -.......1..... .........X . .. 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Fveryone's attention was on Mr. Bur- dick as he briefed the incoming lOB's on their next three years at M.H.S. fs Yi' Hy gi skit ilu- "pupils" aon1p:1rc the :ihility of the Muskegon High School football tcalm :lnri their opponents All ai pep rally. Assemblies and cheers create spirit i HAKQK ROXV: Pin Kasey, Burl: XVl1itc,AIuzlllil:l iwilflill, Snmiy Cross, KNlxI'l.lNfi: Hairlw Lanz, Doris Pfa.-iffi.-r, ilu-1-rlczlclcrs, pose for thc num-ral. ABSl1NT: Hr.-len Ifiupntrick. 9 .Inf X Miss joyce Yonkers. thc l9S3 Homecom- ing Queen, crowns Barbara XVhite at the Royal Romp. "Ch, you beautiful doll" The royal court lends off with the "Quccn's Dance." H Even losing to Benton Harbor, in a real gridiron thriller, didn't dampen the spirits of the students as they boarded the "BIG RED SPECIAL" back to Muskegon. Football attracts many "Three Blind Mice." "AIixing il up" in Big Rod style guru funn l,. lu R., Slmrmm Lann- i!l'l'l, Vnlcric Vnmicrla.-cal, llzlrv I'il'I I'I.mm'ry, .Imac Holnumlw, 1 .mul fIllllll1'l'lllilll,llllll Maury Dc vIil'N. "Hunting" nur ll hut nutm- is ix12ll'X2l fijllllllll, Noon movies ZA' and dancing provide winter recreation The sung lim- I1 -qnioi 15 hmm uw uixh Alai-k Bryan, instructor. "This is our town . . . . " Herb Kline as Stage Manager describes Our Town for the audience. These words opened one of the most unusual plays ever presented by the Masque Dramatics Society. This year "Our Town" by Thornton Wilder was dramatized with few props and little background scenery. The student body as well as the community were greatly impressed with the fine acting done under the able direction of Miss .lenette Faber. 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Tom Plumhoff demands money from Herb Kline in Dark Glasses. 18 ,qql Students confer with thc various college representatives on All- College Night. All those who aspire to a college education will certainly remember All-College Night when meet- ing college representatives was a great opportunity. Y-teens and all-college night attract many One of the various activities of the Y-Teens was carolling at the County Convalescent Home A . I 2 E f 5 9 1 .4 ' l ' .i'V, r ,,u. . - 4, . I9 during the Christmas season. The February graduates and their faculty sponsors dine at the Senior Banquet held at the Y. W. C. A. An unusually fine program consisted of speakers, augmented by the artistry of Miss Shirley Ouwerkerk at the piano. Seniors are feted at banquet The Seniors were entertained by their fellow class- address of the evening. Clever decorations empha- mates in a novel program based on the T.V. theme. sizing winter scenes and activities made the tables Mr. Bemer, superintendent of schools, gave the main festive. Donna jean Barton and Al Brown pause for the camera at the February Fantasy. 20 W - A, x - . I 5 X 9 '9- -4, ' ' , . n , X L. . ,,M,Wl'AxLwLgWl ,wwm 0 u. I: J S Y hh K I :wg j ' -5 -f"'1:. . ' " .H 1' :fag fQ x2:i'fSi,fs ji ,,., 'is I l iw Q Q-2 .-A 'Six' xy 5 v,.x 'fx J ',lNE A X L 4 x q"A:'fQ.A.v- X. . . Mr,,.-li.. rg .XV kg ., , X .D if ww .x,,ggvrkx,S,SxL, 4. ., 7 . """'55-f"'f ,- Nb --11 I Q. 'MX Q dv,-,fmqvwfwurk ers? Qxyai 4, L ' i N -w -K-V1 .M , 'rf 5 ff A V I 5 ' V Q fist? 'te N 0 lr , 4- ew'JftQ.x wx .wx N j d 5 V v ,Q kugxgf fi. Q Q R , A J 1 ., . "N':,,"'-N fs E 'P A w We fab A ? ,Q 2 ,V . J, W. if , X. A Ka A 5,,,,, 5 'S if 5 Q X ,fx f M, 1 Q 4 I x x ' 'X ,JP Q ,Nw N ., ' ' W1 X10 WN Q . ' .hx J if f ,Tb "S' "ix . 0 0 0 0 spgmfs ' 0 0 Va, 'Y' 'QM RA, I, X A H M S in X954 I Sports G I J ,QZIF ia, Es au S .,.x,-,, . 'ifefi 5- 02' W FIRST ROW: Potter Ccoachj, Manchester, Rodewald, Neuman, johnson, King, Bonifield, Hesse, Wehrle. SECOND ROW: Harp, Dell, Sowa, Krueger, Huttenga, DeVries, Cooke, Dagen, Carpenter. THIRD ROW: Kelly Ccoachj, Walls- worth, Boyden, Brown, Freiberg, Buttermore, Pippin, Clark, Gillard, McShannock fcoachj. FOURTH ROW: Stubbs. Lowry, Cross, Brott, Adams, Kelly, Vandenberg, Kota, Warren. FIFTH ROW: Prell, Anderson, Timmer, Herbst, Swift, Yeoman, Casadonte, Derby. SIXTH ROW: Harvey Cmanagerj, Malsberg, Wurtz, Hunter, Bartscht Cmanagerj, Mertz, Big Reds have a good season Muskegon 7 Lansing Sexton 0 M 7 0 O 0 1 7 LS 0 0 O 0 - 0 Coach Harry E. Potter unveiled the 1953 edition of Big Reds against Lansing Sexton. Though the score was low, Muskegon's powerful ground attack provided a huge mar- gin in every other department. Dick Cooke scored the winning touchdown on a 32 yard sweep around right end. Muskegon 20 Flint Central 6 M 7 7 O 6-20 FC 0 0 6 O- 6 journeying to Flint for their second game of the season, the Big Reds slapped defeat on a team which was to place in the runner-up position in the battle for the state champ- ionship. Dick Cooke, sparkplug fullback, lcd the way for the Big Reds with his powerful running. He scored twice and Larry Dell once for Muskegon. The defense again was tremendous. 24 Muskegon 7 Alpena 7 IW 0 7 O 0 -M 7 A 0 0 0 7 -- - 7 The Big Red's second home game brought an unheralded Alpena team to Hackley Stadium. Their defense success- fully throttled all of "M's" efforts except a S4-yard slant by Dick Cooke. The vaunted Big Red defense, which had given up just 32 yards in the first two games, relinquished 176 to its upstate foe. Cooke, Hesse, and Sowa collaborate to shove Alpena hack out-of-bounds. Larry Bonifielcl joel Boyden Muskegon S2 l.aPorte, lnd. 0 M tl I9 6 7 e 32 l, 0 0 U 0 0 Seeking to keep their season on a winning hasis the Big Reds traveled to l.aPorte, lndiana. Looking again like the powerhouse who had rolled oier rugged Flint Central earlier. Muskegon opened the scoring in the second period when fiooke tharged over from the !2 for a TD., the first of three for the rampaging fullhack. Dagen and Dell each tallied one for the Muskies. Larry Dell jim DeVries Muskegon 25 Benton Harbor 27 Bl 7 18 0 OW-25 BH 0 13 0 14--27 On Benton Harbors Filstrup Field the Big Reds failed in their bid toward a tonferente championship for many reasons, Ahead 25-13 at the half, the Big Red's offense hogged down and had its defense, ripped hy the l-larhorites, fall apart in the final stanza. Dick Cooke Norm Dagen Muskegon I4 Emerson-Cary, Ind. 0 M 0 0 0 14--14 FC 0 0 0 0--f 0 Norm Dagen, little Muskegon seathack. was the main force he-hind the humbling of a huge Gary team which was rated by many as the second best team in Indiana. The defense, led by Larry Bonifield and joel Boyden, limited the Colden Tornados to just seven yards, Dagen, who axeraged 30 yards a try in the last quarter, scored one T.D. and set up another which was scored on a fivehyard jaunt hy Dick Cooke. jim DeVries added both points. Gordon Huttenga busts over for a touchdown against Moosehart. l Bob Freiberg jack Hesse Gordon Huttenga jim johnson jack Krueger Bob Manchester Dick Neuman Muskegon 13 Saginaw 20 M O 0 6 7fl3 S 14 6 0 0f20 The opening scrimmage play at Saginaw found the Big Reds baffled as the opposition dashed 80 yards for a T.D. Playing way below par, 20 points were scored against Muskegon in the first half. Shaken out of their lethargy, the Big Reds drove everytime they got the ball in the second half and, with an additional one or two minutes, might have tied it up. Roger King turned in an outstanding job at guard for the Big Reds. Muskegon 19 Moosehart 13 M 0 12 0 7-19 MS 0 7 6 O-M13 The Big Reds added an Illinois hair-piece to their collection of out-state scalps as they squeezed by n terrifically fast Moosehart crevs at Hackley Stadium. A last period interception provided the margin of victory for the Muskegon club. Huttenga in the backfield and jim johnson, Bob Freiberg, and Bonifield on the line played good ball against the colorful opposition. Norm Dagen scampers for a gain against Heights as johnson 161, Cooke CIAO, and King CSQ look on. Roger King " " bests Heights in annual classic Muskegon 27 Muskegon Heights 7 M 7 014 6--W27 MH tl 7 0 O - 7 ln the final game of the season, Muskegon downed their traditional rivals, the Heights Tigers. In a game in which defense played the biggest part, "M's" not only charged the Heights offense to a standstill, but also produced two touchdowns on a blocked punt and a pass interception. Dick Cooke headed the scoring with three T.D.'s. The line led by jack Hesse, Larry Weltrle, Bill Rodewald, joel Boyden, and Larry Boni- field and the backfield made up of Cooke, Dagen, Sowa, and I-luttc-nga broke the Heights back. Bill Rodewaltl jerry Sowa QQ' The joyful Big Reds celebrate their smashing Heights victory. Eighteen awarded letters In a season ,marked by ups and downs, the 1953 Big Reds proved they were equal to any team in the state on their "good" days. In the two opening games of the season, the defense was exceptional. The opponents gained a net of 52 yards. Then - a low ebb as Muskegon met disaster in their next two starts. Meetu.L two Indiana teams on successive weekends, the Big Reds got back on a winning basis by Vwhitewashing both of them. The Muskegon victory train was derailed for the last time by a Saginaw team that took advantage of first-half breaks. Winning by a last minute interception, the Big Reds upset a fast Moosehart, Illinois squad. The Muskies completed their season in high style by,ripping the Heights Tigers apart for the third consecutive time. Out of eighteen Iettermen, fourteen will graduate, leaving only four as a nucleus for next season. Dick Cooke was named most- valuable player and Don Carpenter won the honorary letter to close out a succesful season with six wins, two losses, and one tie. Larry Wehrle 27 SEATED: j. Erickson, P. Berdinski,j Krueger M Waalkes C1 Huttenga A Kota I DeVr1es STANDINC lVlnShan nock Ccoachj, R. Blevins, Wendell Wickland XVarrenWiLk1ncl C Lindstrom j Hesse B Gelinas Hartman Cassl Opponents Grand Rapids South Saginaw ...,.,,, .....,.,,......,,..... Muskegon Heights A... Grand Haven ......,... Holland .....,.............. Traverse City .,,..,... SCHEDULE 62 63 48 48 59 64 Benton Harbor ,,...,..,.. 46 Battle Creek ......,,....,,...,... ........... 5 2 Muskegon Heights .,.....,... ........,,, 5 8 Grand Haven . ........,...., 57 Holland ................................. .........., 5 7 Benton Harbor .,4.....,,....,..,....... ,.,,,...,.. 7 4 Grand Rapids South .52 Battle Creek ,.......,.......,,....,... ........... 4 O Grand Rapids Union .59 REGION Muskegon Heights AL TOURNAMENT Coach MeShannnrk wonders vshy the team 'Q-vw ,Int k Krueger B'g Althoulgh iu.iu.ilgiug to s.1lx.1ge only one victory in fifteen sluts, the Big Rawls 'une their .ill throughout the season. The "lNliislcies" play iluring the iourse of the season borcl- ereil ou the extreme siileg they were either ioltl or just hot eiioiilqlm to worry .1 lie.uily-lluoreil opponent suth :ls lleilulitx, lloll.1uil, .uiil Cir.u1il Rupitls South, Their win mer .1 l.ixoi't-il ll.ittle freelc tluh iliiniixetl it general up swing ui the l.ile stages ul' the scxisou. fimili lN1iSli.1iii1oil4's ilmrliges were letl in all departments Ivy the llllll Rc-ilk hllllillll, .ill Soutli-Wk-stern eonferenee Phil llc-riliuski. The slim reilhcuiil ll1LllDlJllHCll ll fifteen point .lXi'f.lKl,fl' mer thi: xczisoii, lNliislQe'goii's l'.uis t.in look to the future with renewed lioive lui- xirtue ul' .ui outstzinilinlg Little Real team, three first ti-.uu soiwliinnores Quail miiny returning juniors. Coming lmik lo lic-lp next yi-.ir will he pliiymzikcr Dlxuli Krueger, liivrxuiril Cioriloii llutteugii, gimrtls Alex Kota :incl Rodger lllexins, the XVitkl.u1il tvvius, iintl tenter M.1rtin Wlgiillkes. Phil Berclinski Martin XYIZIZIHCCS Reds build for the future Berclinski hooks for lily-up against Saginaw 29 MANAGERS: R. Cwynar, I. Anderson. SFATED: D. Venske, M. Barnes, T. Ryan, J. Saylor, D. Kendall, C. Blakely, D, johnson R. johnson. STANDING: T. Braverman, W. Cross, T. Oosting, G. Rothoff, R. Reece, F. Glafcke, j. Fairfield, R. Hathaway, T. Thompson, W. Paquin, P. Voss, C. Barclay, Coach Gordon Barkell. I l Little Reds lose only one Starting the season two weeks earlier than usual, the Little Reds, sparked by Saylors dead-eye passing, overpowered the Grand Haven Reserves 25 to O. The next two teams to feel the "conqueror's heel" were Benton Harbor, 25 to 6 and Grand Rapids Union, 20 to 6. Kuzyk's running and a sterling pass combination, Saylor to Barnes, made possible the victories. After swamping Ludington, 32 to 7, and Catholic Central Little Crusaders, 46 to 7, the Little Reds bumped into a mastodonic Kalamazoo team. In a game marred by Muskegon's complete lack of tackling, the Little Giants manufactured the Little Red's only defeat of the year. Ending their season in a way that pleased everybody, the Little Tigers of Heights were dumped 15 to 7. Outstanding team members throughout the year were Scott, Doubles, Reed, and Barnes on the line, and the entire backfield made up of Saylor, Vos, Woodring, and Kuzyk. Reserves win 9, lose 6 The 1954 Little Reds basketball team showed great promise as they demonstrated they could win when they wished. There were about 50 boys on the squad with good height and fair speed. The six losses, except the two to Holland, could easily have been turned into victories if it had not been for fouls and poor rebounding. The Little Reds' sweetest victory was undoubt- edly their decision of 62-39 over the Heights. Everyone on the bench played in that one. As a whole, the team started slowly, but improved steadily in every department. High scorers for the season were Blakely, with a 10.8 average, and Ryan, with a 9 point average. These boys along with Dave johnson, Kendall, and Saylor should prove a big aid to the Big Reds next season. FIRST ROW: Kuzyk, Weibarger, Howard, Saylor, Scott, Doubles, Reed, Woodring. SECOND ROW: Arnson fAsst. coachj, Barnes, Venske, Kendall, Tyler, Rose, Laraway, Voss, Canning, Hartman fcoachj. THIRD ROW: DeYoung, Potts, Indgior, Land, Rathbun, johnson, Jackson, Wittkopp. FOURTH ROW: Kempker fMgr.j, Lileholm, Weaver, Jensen, Green, D'Alcorn, Kersting, Kennedy, Miller fMgr.J. Magik' .,.. . E g nzqu ,,,, I -:" v aff 1 f I 4 FIRST ROW: Plant Cm!-if-li JH'-'kS0rl, Schultz, Carpenter, Paul, Kendall, Arnson fmgrj. SECOND ROW: McShann- ock fcoachj, Wfoodard, Flowers, Wierengo, Bonifield, Boyden, Armstrong, Scott, Potts, Saylor. THIRD ROW: Medlin, Filius Ron, Rodewald, Wickland Warren, Ryan, johnson, Filius R., Wickland Wen., Wood, Hartman Cass't coachj FOURTH ROW: DeWitt, Thompson, Doubles, Blakely, Tyler, Hunter, Rose, Land, Cross, Collins. FIFTH ROW Kuzak, Gunter, Green, Neihurger, Wcmtutlring, DeHaan, Barnes, jackson, Warner, Weisner. SIXTH ROW: Karnitz Wheeler, Brott, Reed, Rothoff, Rathhun, DeWall, Mars, Smith. Boyden wins laurels in shot put At the Saginaw Arthur Hill track meet at Mount Pleasant this year, joel Boyden set a new high school record with his shot put of 52' 4VH", Other returning lettermen from last year who shone at the meet were Wiereiiga in the 880 at 2:08 and Potts, miler, at 4:48. Prospects for the year look very bright. jim Saylor goes over. 1954 SCHEDULE a Also winning lettermen from last year are Bonifield, 440 Armstrong, 100 yd. dash: May, hurdles: and Scott in 880 April 9 ..............,,.,.... ...... S aginaw Meet, Mt. Pleasant April 13 8: 14 ....... .,,...... T emple Cup Meet, Here April 16 .............. ....................,...,., H olland, Here April 23 ....., .......... C atholic Central, Here April 27 ..,, .....,.......,.......... lv luskc-gon Heights, Here May 1 ...... ,,... C entral State Relays, Mt. Pleasant May 5 ....... ...,...,.,..,....,....... N orth Muskegon. Here May 7 ,.,..... .,,,... C onference, Benton Harhor May ll ......... ....,.........., G rand Haven, Here May 15 ......... ........,...........,.,...,...,...... ..... R e gionals r May 22 ......,. .,....... S tate Finals, Ann Arbor 31 A pri l April April A pri l April May May May M ay M ay May May 32 FIRST ROW: Chambers, Youman, Vanderburg, Mell, Richmond, Venske, Vulgaris, Poulos, Harp, Kota, Slattery fMan- agerj. SECOND ROW: Smith, Dobb, Foy, Kempker, Bowman, Karis, Fisk, Dagen, Blamer, Cooke, Burr, Voss CMan- agerl. THIRD ROW: McCallum, Sima, Warren, Kennedy, Erickson, Knop, Huttenga, Fmmons, Martinez, DeVries, johnson, R., johnson, L., Wurtz. FOURTH ROW: Hovey, Wittkopp, Gustafson, Glafcke, Gelinas, Hesse, Krueger, Waalkes, Fielstra, Hopkins, Petersen, Robbins, Snow, Anderson, Shetterly. Big Reds' nine face tough schedule 1954 SCHEDULE Wfest Michigan Christian, 'West Muskegon Heights, Grand Haven Whitehall Holland, Benton Harbor, Holland Catholic Central Muskegon Heights Grand Haven, Michigan Christian, Catholic Central, Here There , Here , Here There There , Here , Here , Here There There There Coach Harry F. Potter welcomed back a nucleus of six letter- men as the 1954 squad opened their pre-season practices. Men returning from last year's squad, which had a won IO, lost 2, record, are the entire regular outfield of Charles Foy, Ron Knop, and jack Krueger and also Norm Dagen, second hase- man, Les Hopkins, pitcher, and lim DeVries as a catcher. The greatest problem is finding a pitcher and on this point the drills are being concentrated. The leading hitter last year was Ron Knop, who batted around 400. The team, on paper looks as though they can win a majority of their games. FIRST ROXV: C. LLTarte, J. Brammer, M. Humeniek, M. Stewart, T. Sirotko, K. Keur, j. Sherringer, T. Braverman. SHUNIJ ROXV: C, Carlson, B. Hathaway, B. VanclerVUall, D. Dephouse, D. Creamer, M. Mulreatly, T. Brown, L. Sepura, B. Hovey, T. Markham, R. Rull, B. Cross. Lettermen bolster tennis and golf squad Mike llninenitk, Ditk trainer. Thurman Brown, Mike Stu- art, l.eo Sepura, john Sherringer, Carl Carlson, and Mike Mul- rt-.itly Iroin the hasis ot' the 'il Big Red tennis seluatl. l.oxt lroin last year s stpiatl are itx numher one antl two men, XY ayne Kiel: .intl lion Maytrott. The Reds open the year working on .1 striiilig ol st-ten xtraitelit vt 1954 SCHEDULE April I5 April IU April fl April .li April fo April .NI May l May ti May ltl May I l May l 6 May 1 l . Holland, There tirantl Haven, There llollantl Christian, There Benton llarhor. There Catholic Central, Here Muskegon lleights, There Catholit Central, There Holland, Here Cirantl llaxen. Here Coopersville, Here Muskegon Heights, Here llollantl Christian, Here INT RUXV: Roian, lntlgier, Mar- tin Ashlev, Kline. BACK ROW' St ri ing, Borgeson, Dutmer. 33 Muskegons linksmen look for another outstanding season as the team embarks on their schedule, Lettermen hack are Brute Ashley, Dave Borgeson, and George Roian. The fourth man will he Boh Belton. Coach Sruh.1's hoys present .1 tor- midahle foe to all of their opponents. April 20 April 23 April 27 April Bo May fi . May 7 May lo May I2 .. May I3 May 17 May Z2 1954 SCHEDULE .. Hollantl, Here . .... North lNtusl-Qegon, There Catholic Central, There . Benton Harbor, Here . . Holland. There , North lNluskegon, Here .. .. . Clrantl Haven, There Catholit' Central, Here Regionals, Grantl Rapids .Cirantl Haxen, Here . .. .. State lfinals gif r., a fw 79 an WBA ' I I Section Editor - jenn Murphy FIRST ROW: A. Greene, I. Anderson, S. Cox, P. Frampton, B. Lanz, P. Kuhn, V. Mclrttire, D. Herman, S. Slover, M. Feltman. SECOND ROW: A. Bobifk, B. Oosting, N. Kofhin, J. McMillan, B. Swift, j. Kuhn, A. Fitch, A. Stanley, M. Carr, M. Ramirez, M. Allore. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Seastrom, Advisor: L. Russell, N, Wiegand, N. Hartwell, S. Ash- craft, M. Kiel, M. Wernstrotn, G. Smith, president: S. Carty, A. Ramirez, N. Moon, Miss Kehias, advisor. FOURTH ROW: S. Poland, B. Bergman, S. Veitenheimer, D. Hozer, S. Petersen, vice-president: N. Farquhar, secretary-treasurer: G. Hanson, N. Stadt, S. Schuler, S. Fett, B. White, G. Lambkin. , G.A. A. enjoys active season G. A. A. girls enjoy howling banquet at Doo Drop Inn after bowling season. Four griltltnltingg Seniors, lxlilflltlll All- ure, Bztrlv Xlfliite, Shirley Peterson and Donna Carlson, rect-iw pins after catrn- ing their limb points. 36 Sandy Slover prepares to make another strike for her team. 1 I I Bowling Another feature ol' the GAA is howling. livery Thursday alter school, ninety-liire girls, divided into sixteen teams, met at the Michigan liowling Center lor two hours of recreational howling. This year all the memhers of howling teams joined the Ameritan -lunior Howling Congress, which is a national organization that allows girls to tompete nationally in howling with other girls ol' the same age. The national tournament was lu-lil Marth JT 'lliere was also a hanquet held April 1 after the howling season was oxer. Swimming Recreational swimming held after school is offered to both beginning and advanced swimmers. The highlight of these sessions for some is learning to swim, while for others it is just fun. junior and Senior life-saving is also taught after the girls wishing to participate pass a preliminary test to prove their ability. Their instructor is Mrs. Seastrom. 37 38 SpeedbaH This year fifty-three girls participated in a sport called speed- ball which is a composite of football, basketball, and soccer. The teams are Composed of eleven players trained in speed and quielt-tliinking. There were four teams Captained by .lanet Kuhn, Nanny Moon, jean Murphy, and Barb VC'hite. The Championship was won by Nancy Moon's team. Mary Lou Allore, judy Wilstmn, Shirley Peterson, Helen Henry, Rosemary Luther and Diane Hozer attempt to keep Carol Prins from making a score. VoHeybaH A5 spring fever comes with spring, so does the interest in volleyball of the Ci. A. A. girls. lfive teams have been organ- ized with eleven girls on each teamg the taptains of whith are jean Murphy, Nina Stathis, Norma lfarquhar, Bonnie Bergman, and Barb Swift. The volleyball tournament started March Ii and will Continue through May 4th, Barb Swifts, "Swift Hitters" are favored for first place with Nina Stathiss, "Stath, is Sluggers" following with a close second. judy Wlilson scores while Marilou Allore, Sharon Peterson and Anita Bobick are ready to give assistance. -I XVinning team of 191-1. The winners of the hasketball tournament STANDING: Charlotte Rinkey, Gale Lamhkin, Marilyn Kiel. SFATIQD: Sandra Cross, Lucille Russell, Shirley Fett, Alice Ramirez, Arlene Greene. ension is etiheil on the fares of the girls partitipating. Basketball Pictured above tlettl was the winning haskethall team of l924. At that time Muskegon sent the girls teams to play other schools., The game tlililiereil somewhat from the way the C.A.A. girls play it now herause then the floor was divid- etl into three parts and the teams incluiletl running Centers. The lilly-eiglit girls who participated in hasketlwall this year had a thrilling, fast, anal furious tournament as in other years, Nanny Moon, Sandy Sthuler, Shirley lfett. Norma Far- tluhar, Sharon lingstrom and Sall Veitenheitner were Chosen as iaptains, .intl the rountl-robin tournament started October 27th and ran through Deiemher lst. The "l7ett Cats," also picturetl ahove, were the first place winners of 1953, 39 'rhdr 'K L Q N , - if We X xg, fm MJ-LS Mministr ation 0 I Murel Burdick - AB., M.A. A new em ushers in new heads Mr. Murel Burdick, who came to Senior High at the beginning of the school year, has proven himself a gentleman and an excellent educator. He has been an enthusiastic supporter of all forms of student activity, especially the Student Council. A better liked or more student-minded man canno As well as being head counselor this year Mrs. Alice Kyes is also shouldering the responsibilities of being as- sistant principal. Her familiar smile and easy manner will greet you at any time during the day in room 101 where she carries out her many duties with cheerfulness. A long service record and true qualities of leadership have en- deared her to all. Alice Kyes --- A.B., M..-X. Donald lhrnmn --A AB. found than Mr Donild lrhini 1 in, new assistant principal. t be lle has inade a great impression on the student body as well is the faculty. 'l'hough Mr, lrhman is only 28, he tame to with a well-rounded background in teaching and admin- istration and has but forth great effort to assist both rditlx .ind the students in running M.H.S. smoothly. lt d wa rt l Huttenga Heading the Hackley Manual Training School is Mr. Huttenga. Since he came to the Manual in I9-16, four courses have been added to the curriculum. These are: are-welding, auto inechanics, day trade electricity, and foundry. 43 Frederick Brail-B.S., M.A. William Denton-A.B., M.A. Harriet ReidfB. of Ed. F. Lowry- Harold Rosengren Advice corner is doubled The Counseling in Senior High has been increased this year, with Mrs. Kyes, Miss Reid, Mr, Denton, and Mr. Brail as the counselors. A liew of their main duties are advising in our schedule selections, assisting us in choosing an occupation or collegeg and helping us solve our personal problems. Counselors for the Haclcley Manual Training School are Mr. Lowry and Mr. Rosengren, who help secure jobs, supervise students on the job, and plan our schedules so we will receive the required related suhjects. XVilbur Kelly W BS. Physical Erlumlion julia Wfines Theresa Cnsterline Margaret Boyink Office staff are trouble shooters Keeping tr.uk of the details whith keep Muskegon Senior High School running smoothly is the function of the office stall-li. Other tasks include answering questions lor students und lttculty, tiling, keeping records, and thetking tretlits. lola Rolfe XVnltt-r Lintleinnn, Larry Dell, Huh Matnthester, Kay Fenrnley, and lieverly lmulcl put finishing touches on their art projects. .Ngnes But ker jny Antler5en7B,S., MHA, Dorutlii Antlrexxs4A.B. lf. Ci. Appel - HS. Retail Sales Mallnwzatifs Arfbilerlnral Draivirzg I I l Skills to express ideas stressed To dexelup skill in expression ol' ideas - the English Department stresses grammar and vocalwulary building as applied in written themes. Visual aids, especially biographical films, are used to enliven the study nl' literary masterpietes. In 1904 xisual aids were a dexise of the future whitlm have now been realized. Rirllarnl Olsen repairs il motor. Rllyllklllll Hauer M .S CilJL'!IliXf7'j' liblm Becll-ter --- A.B. English imltl llergli H.h,, lfonmlry MS lilatlvs Lullier HS. llnnli lf: llillllllil s f.lilll'L' funk MJX. Plryiiri Henry Bull --- AB. George Carlson - HS., M.A. f.flhilI!'l Milking Serial Slmliex Speech techniques vital in modern life One phase of our edututitm has been emphasized in recent years -- that til' tir.tl ttmiiminiettion, ln our modern lille we need to be .lble to express ourselxes well. ln the iiitrtitlutetory course, debate, radio, loreiisics, and dr.tm.1t1t's, we are tguiglit to speak with clarity, tISSllI'.lI1l'C, and poise. Berthettn Denis. vlamite Ciustufsoil, and Georgian Albright find il way tu save on their tlothing budget. .4 W .,f"" 47 Surah Coutchie - A.B., lN'l.A. Donald Arnson - B.S. james Curnzllia - M.A. Englixb john Del-lorn - A.B. Vocal Ml1.vic Driwrfr Training Social Slmliex World and local events are aired To live and work together is at necessity in the world today. The social studies department offers courses in history, economics, government, and sociology, which .teach us how the government operates, what effect economic laws have on our social conditions, and how the past influences the present. Sheri Herrington and Helen Vunderley study history and literature for a test. Pauline Dunsmore 4 M.A. RL',tIil Sillthi 48 ll Paul ljllllNXIH'lh AH., MA. Malrgalrcl lflliutt--AB., MS. llcnctlc Faber- AB. Sm All Slmlivx Ijhrurimz Science shapes our world Slifllli' IN .um t'XCI"NN'i1lL'llil1g xulwjcct. livery phase of our modern Civil- nmmm ns rn-I.1lmI ru ilu- san-mes thus our courses have been enlarged to L' us knuwlcdgc' uf' the nmystcrics of life, L-lcrtrinity, heat, and chemical LIIUHN. Mimm Curr ix talking Liinlzlliun while -lZlI1ikC Bemlus is typing am uxcrnisc. Sf7L'1'lnl7 mul I7r'f1n1,1lim'x Kari Natalie Fl"Ll!1Kk---- AB. Radio Anthony Ciilsdorf -'- AB., PH.M. Cfomrm'rriu1 49 XVilliam Harrison - B.A. Marian Helvie - B.S. journalism Spzmiyb Commerce courses train for jobs One of the newer departments offered since 1904 in our curriculum is of a commercial nature. Courses in this field include typing, bookkeeping, operation of office machines, and filing, which give ample training for those planning toienter the business world. Tom Bitzer, Al Hubbel, and Ron Pearce print advertising cards. Margaret Hitchcock - A.B. Commercial joseph jenks - M.A. Lrlffn 50 Slratew ula Kehias 1 B.S,, lVl.A Plvvximl Fzlumrion s nw' Q, . ss Q R is .7 -- S. . Ver.: Klontl HS., BKQS. Ca.-telia Knoll-A AB. Kenneth Kolberg-BS. f.rm1mvrt'ial Commvrrinl Mcrlmniml Drawing Ci. Walller l.attltl Ar! Meinl llulwrl l.l.'llKll All. lllnrlvim' Slrolz Salesmen are groomed Withiii the last decade a course has been established to train those of us who plan to work in stores immediately upon graduation. Local business establishments cooperate with the Retail Sales course in offering on-the-job training. Students partifipating in the Course, attend school in the morning and work in the ztfternoon. -lack Krueger engineers the program while Shir- ley Hendryx, Allan Wtwtwclalrcl, and Steve Fortney broadcast in M. H. S. studio. 5 he rpg, ii Ida Lowndes! AB., B. of Ed. Thorn Lundell- AB. Goldie Mayrosc -- AB, Exflmngc' - English Thomas McShannock - BS., M.A. Pbysiml Edumtion English C Olllillfffiill Statistics prove a point Several nl' thc departments have been added to or thiinged in thc last fifty years. This is not true of the ninth department which I1-is rcmnincd about the same. At the present time courses ollercd ure: business Arithmetic, algebra, geometry, :md trigonometry. Sandra Burns and Barbara Berdinski are milking ri pic trust let's hope it is nice and flaky. 3 Edith Merritt AY AB., A.M. Latin Yin 5 . ,K X , ,VA . .J ,Q .i A , .f ,E , 1 W in 411 -x.f Y-'1' X " Tx mix 1 c " - 1. "r. - 1-" . . K . .ff-,-gn .qvn ,:,. Ann Mu ,wg llln of I 4 l 5 1 N i irtnlli 0 Connor- AB. Theo Pack-BS., MA. 1 r Inulirb llomv Erofzomirs , Q ' 3 4 - t ' - 4 -F' . ,4 2 'Hg ' I 522 3 ,fi A i -'-5111 73 .EE "G za.-:l,.T'.'-t.'.f:::.-.+'1?,:f::':1- - 4 , . :::f.'v-At,-A 4.1155 21. 14 51:13. 1 'iisgfbaii .gi 4. ' , I 'T '7E:'.,' '-.' . ' P." -' ' 321' -3 E2 Q1 237 E.. ::, . -431'-.-1 -1-1,110 ', I fi , Q., ' "'-'iQ:'1j,':E2772'f3f:.'- .. , -1 -.f ::::i - - - lf., N .f, N11 - 4 ' fl I f K I I Vocational skills get the nod Altliuuigh llkllllllll toursus h.1x'c luccn tmllicrctl for many years, thcy hfxvc lwcn .nrt-.ntly viilirlgctl from tiinc to time. Cfourscs ofllcrctl for npprcnticcslmip ll'.llllllILQ .ll'L" llhlllllllt itll ' 1' vllnb, loumlry, unto Il1CL'l1LlIllL'S, printing, electricity .intl wuutlwurking, 'lla .ntl ns in our stutlics wc have cxccllcnt tools and the unnlvctitixc' spirit ullcrcsl hy tlispl.tyir14L1 our htintliwork in cxhilnits which 'wrt-scnt ztwgirtls for thc winning tlisplglvs. lilit-I Liggins, llcrininn XVinu-rs, Aluytc Dykstra, Yxtrnnc Stcrnhurgh, :mtl Palim-In hluwy lmltl in ruuntl-inhlc clistussinn in Family Relations uwurse. Norma Parrish -Y AB. lin-m'b llnrxcy Paulson -- PH.B., M.A f.'!Il!llIll'l'l'iiIl X Alex Posvistak - AB., M.M.F. Dorothy Petrie - B.S. Music Home Economics Physical fitness has priority To co-ordinate muscles, mind, eyes, and to develop sportsmanship is the main objective of the physical education department. Activities for girls include baseball, volleyball, basketball, deck tennis, and exercises to improve posture. The boys participate in football, basketball, baseball, tennis, and track. Mary Murphy briefs her classmates on the seasons in French class. Ethel Pihlstrom A- BS. Social Studie.: Ralph Plummer - A.B., M.A English 54 Franklin Poling --- A.B. Ylnfeclz N lil llalrrx Pom.-r H5 Peggy Powers- -AB., M.A. Mabel Quzlil--A,B,, Pecl.B. l'luwir.1l lilrllltkalfiliil Slfvwll Euglixlr Embryo artists experiment arc ullcrcnl lwy thc nrt tlcpnrtmcnt tu fulfill thc-ir .lim - thc development of .lrt skills, Doris llzulclc HS. Ilunn' Ift'IlII0lIlil',Y gt. LJJJ-4 pr all ull' ...gi l'lhcl Rum' BS. Marie Larson --- HS. l:'u4uli.ml: Home livonomifs 55 Courses in Iuinting, nrt metal, gmlmitcctural Llrxwing, and sculpturing if Frances Redmond- AB. Arthur Reed -- AB., A.M. Robert Ritcheske - BS. Erlglisb Commercial Mntlaenrnfits Oren Rodewald A B.S., MA. lilcrlririty Kenneth Rolfe - M.A. Mallnfmlztics The way to a man's heart Cooking, interior decorating, and sewing courses: :ire offered hy the home economics department. These courses are taught to prepare the girls of Muskegon Senior High School for their future roles be that of homemaker. jack Wierdzl and jack Chnple collect oxygen hy water tlisplncemcnt. iiirrciil lIl.l?,1.lllllL'S, limliun iuill llllll-lilfllllll lmol-Qs., thc c'l.1ssics, l1CW'SP21PCfS, xml iv.lll1lHl1lL'lS Arc .ixnilalwlc lor slualciil use in thia trmwurc nhcst of know- lwlligc. yn-o-. V gmnll-y Rulfc IVIAAD Cicurgc Russchcr4A.B., MA. Amlclaliclc Scalstroin L- BS M.1lln'nmli1'i Sofilil Sllnlivs Pl'J"'if'11l.Efl'H'1lfi0ll Leisure reading is popular ic ul thc husicst minus in SL-iiiur lligh is thc lihmry. Rclicrcncc books, R. B. Shcallhclm --'A A.B. Pflllffllg l',.lrl Bunn-ll pmirs molten inclall while his partner hulils :hu laullc. lim Slwrinlim - AB. linglixlw 9 ' I-Ffa .55 at X is ::-sn 1. , 3 x Russell Stevens-M.B.A., A.B. William StewartfB.S., Master of Music james Taylor- B.S. Commercial Inxlrzznzwztnl Mnsir Aulo Mec'lJm1if5 Language teaches understanding of other people Through the study of languages we become better acquainted with other nationalities. We learn to understand their cultures and how they differ from our own which helps us to unite our thoughts and ways with theirs to make a better world. Our language department offers Spanish, French, and Latin. Spanish and French as modern languages aid us in the understanding of their respec- tive countries, Latin teaches us the wisdom of the ancient Romans. Harry McCallum proves a problem to classmates in Math Ill. Douglas Tool - A.M. Cfaemislry Wfinthrop Trautman-Master in Biology Biology llZllN'll1 Villlllligflfl A.H., M.A. Derwin Wlalvuord -A A.B., BS., M,A. Gwendolyn Webster-A.B., BLS. Biolog y Williaiin Young, -A AB., MA, Social Sllnlics Rclilil Safer I.ilJmriin1 Press carries on to give the news A fairly new department added to the students curriculum is journalism. Teaching students the value of good concise writing and furnishing the school with the Campus Keyhole has expanded the class. A new room and desks have enhanced the department this year and though they have expanded, the popularity of the course finds them again in cramped quarters. Pat Risk presents a point in a practice debate, -ana Mildred Brothers A.B. f.lllIIllll'P'K All 59 Z,fi"".'5 ' - N .1 rd I -4' f X 1 1 ,V Em i l!! XX L , ff xxvt-.:41Q-, ,- n . ww. 'N 'Wa M. 'LI fir' 4' " Q, WP 1-K . lj. Vi "J +V' W! 'Q 1 M. a . 'E J 1-. 'W - - ,, v ,. F . , v- f -1 - - V A , 3119 :ww S .. . 74 ,'1L " ff ' .- 'Sf' " 'VJ' .. -rw , ng if U ,Q ,TV A 'I ,' , mfg 4412 43? af. 'Q 31 f :Ai-I 54 Activme S Section Editdr - Frances Belmonte 7,n1S ?'Z.. , , J . it , ju +I. ,E-fe we ' 'NH , B" ' -n. Q , x-.... 1 S3521 1 L, M .W .- 33? .Z L-f , 273 33 - LT.- : -4-34, . nf ,- . 14-if: 1 ' -X 7.1 qw . N , p , M TN T. WW? 1 7 1 ' Y-f. T 4f '.a1 Y M JR , ', XJ? 3 ri v li' . ' 'N ,efy 'V-. -.-. au, . iq? xi, gg i-pw .Mg ' 445.4 'WEE ,, ' h Q 'ff wg V, TA "', ,Q " .!"' 'W . -'f , QP x ,-A-491, A .. ,I -P-av . J N455 A, 4. I -JB. th , , I V, ' 4-.' 'r-- - V V N.. l.R': 1', ' f. 'H an-1 -4, - A , QW,- ,I A 'ns-. ' .WFT W., ui" -A 5 : . .9 4 . N W: 5, ..a.a.- , Y wa' , 1 '. 'af' bi, , , 4,:t.i - "lm" f V4 1 .'-,QR . q .ff,3.:Q my ,- ,Q - -QQ ., '25, -'gr ,. ' --u m 3 N. I' D Kali 15 ,- E, .ff .916 ,. , Ffa "f..E'A,1, Drum' - ul- ,A .rl ,,,y,!. X. 'W' Q AM. ' It L, 1 ,y 4, K HW. FIRST ROW: P. Versalle, S. Engstrom, Y. Sternburgh, G. TerBeek, S. LaCore, A. Brown, J. LaCourse, M. Wiersma, M. Swain, H. Paul. SECOND ROW: J. Erickson, J. Paxson, S. Anderson, W. Hiller, B. Stone, J. Bench, I. VanEenenaam, M. Brown, S. Beadle, J. Norstrom. THIRD ROW: J. Seastrom, S. Edson, M. Buck, B. White, M. Wilson, S. Veitenheimer, B. Lanz, S. McSorley, J. Darwin M. Rodewald, D. Cooke, Kenneth Rolfe, advisor. FOURTH ROW: C. Lindstrom, M. Bectel, L. Walsworth, J. Wightman, J. Rose, B. Dillard, J. Boyden, C. Jones, B. Beegle, F. Laraway, D. Lowry, H. Klein, A. Woodard. Students co-operate through council Organized in 1914 to promote satisfactory relationships between the faculty, student body, and local schools, the Stu- dent Council has contributed much time and many services to the school. Awakening Muskegon to the strains of a really "hep,' home- coming was one of the council's main accomplishments this past year. In addition they promoted the organization of the 11B class in order to facilitate the financing of their class projects and helped select the talent for our paid assembly programs. Mr. Ihrman, Mr. Kelly, and John Wightman look over congratulatory telegram received during the Crusade For Safety Conference. gh .Vw gg, ' A lk -ww- 'VIZ X X. X 1. sw - X 'X 4. AN ,nl kg' f 35 p , 8 S! -553 at L Q' 225 -1 0 ' 4558955 ,JI ' n 5553.1 A X'. iflfwjii ' ' a. "-M1 ,,'-,Q-Q5 -, S X 64 FIRST ROW: B. Schmidt, L. Pletcher, N. Snook, J. Goodling, A. Brown, S. Carlson, P. Holmgren, N. Christy, S. Bont SECOND ROW: Swanson, A. Fitch, P. Crosby, B. Bergman. C. Zimmerman, D. Lewis, R. Scelman, M. Rodewald, J Johnson, C. Lakamen. THIRD ROW: j. Saunders, R. Holmes, J. Schaner, A. Woodard, G. Middlecamp, T. Lewis, N. Von- Glahn, K. Linton, E. Vandegrift, advisor. FOURTH ROW: Seastrom, D. Bectel, T. Markham, R. DeWitt, B. Maastricht C. Hasseldahl, P. Long, B. Beegle, I.. Sepura, Scelman. Hi-C stresses Christian character Proof of the growing interest of today's teenagers in Christian activities is evidenced in the steadily rising membership of the Hi-C. This club which was founded to give Christian fellowship, and Bible study to the students during the school year, meets each Tuesday and Thursday. Christmas caroling. the CYC Banquet, and hymn sings high- light the agenda of this club. Y W, Roughing it and loving it X? ' Over .1 tlccatlc ago a club originated at Ml iS witli tlic purpose .,., Q ,Q g5..,h ,MM of promoting forest and wildlife ctlucation and conscrvation. 'W in Witli tlic passing of years tlic Conscrvation Cfluln lias grown in AV sm: and popularity until today it is onc ol time largest organiza- yg W tions on thc campus. lt is especially known for its annual camp- ! . . I 'MW A outs and worklvccw on tht- scliool farm. Miss V.inili-,igrifl 1-xplaiins usvs of grasses wltilc john Scul- iuan lu-cps sliarp lookout for "lniuns." llRS'l' ROW: M. Olson, N. Dumont, A. Doinont, S. Johnson, G. Tindqlll, l.. Englc, D. Hcalrl, L, Calkins, M. Anderson, S. lzngstroun, I. Wolvcrton. SECOND ROW: l.. Lumlhnlm, D. Cooper, B. Baker, M. Timmcr, A. Christensen, Hngstrom, Y. Sll'l'lllYllI'gl'l, R. la-nf, N. Haley, Osluntl, D. llcrnmn, Arncbcrg. THIRD ROW: C. Martin, K. McCann, K. Grim, Donor, B. Morrison, K.. Hucthuis, S. Edson, D. Anderson, D. Donmnt, K. Munilt, A. Tonmn, S. Stivlliam, A. Hnkcn, Miss H. Reid, advisor. FOURTH ROW: B. Kronlcin, j. Gronbcrg. H. Kluin, R. Gcntcr, T. Markham, R. Yonkers, C. Olsen, D. Hanson, D. Hccrcs, P. Jones, R. jnlinson. ,1 qw rs. FIRST ROW: C. Smith, S. Harpster, M. Burch, P. Stevens, M. Nedervclt, S. Cross, W. Hiller, S. Anderson, S. Hamel. SECOND ROW: A. Kc-illor. J. Sampson, B. Hartz, C. Prins, J. Murphy, L. Brace, M. Jackson, M. Bennett, N. Wain- wright, N. Miller. THIRD ROW: N. Branch, J. Vledder, J. Christiansen, S. LaCore, K. Abbott, Smith, K. Klooster- man, B. Chambers, T. Polak, P. Greer, M. Murphy, J. Kurtz. FOURTH ROW: Rieben, T. Lundell, advisor, L. Gor- lesky, B. Bruining, S. Klang, M. Rode-Wald, Hansen, C. Hall, M. Warren, S. Pedersen, -I. Nelson, D. Bodenhammer, S. Andrews. Senate sponsors talent assembly One of the busiest clubs Lit MHS is the Senate Fine Arts You may be assured that the work of furthering the culv Society. On the agenda for the p.ist year were: .1 style show, tural and humginitzirian interests of its members will be carried football dance. .innu.1l mother's ten, induction services, the out in true Senate style. Senate'-C.i1'1nentgi banquet, .ind the big production of the year, This year the Senators welcomed Mrs. Lundell .is their new the Talent Assembly. advisor. Participants in making Senate Talent Assembly zi success. 66 FIRST ROW' B l'in1 K' Cihcnncs I V1nEcncn'11m P Bell J Nolcn S Ouw rk k B M k A M . . . .. , .. . ., . . .. , . , . , . c cr , . :i cmson, . Brown, N. Smtliis. SLLOND ROW: C.. Zimmerman, R. Luther, H. Chonis, P. Hill, P. Risk, M. Lnughcry, H. Fitzpatrick, M. LnNoucttc, G. Golden, l.. Moon. THIRD RCDW: N. Fuller, I.. Hill, B. White, J. Hill, J. Wilson, P. Rnscy, G. Dcmpscy, A. Wairrcii, M. Brown. l-'OURTH ROW: Cl. Wiiiters, S. Cloutchic, aidvisnrg P. Hamm, S. Schulcr, M. Vugtcvccn, C. Cotic, M. Wilson, Carmenta aids Mackey Bend school 'l'i1c f..Il'IllL'Ill.l liici'.ii'x' Society' is .in 0l'g.ll1llLlll0Il lmscgl .it CIlirislm.iS .xml Vlllmiiksgiviiig, ci.ll'll1CIlI.l mciiilicrs lmvc cun- un ll'.lclllillIl. lls ciiicl- .lim ix Lu slualy .mil cnjoy Iiic liigiicr ll'll3lllL'Ll m.1ny lwuulxs to Maclxci' Iii-nd Scliool. lmwns ul' lllCl'lllIl'L' ' ' Tlw Colton Bill .mil Gi'.ulu.ition Banquet .irc .ilso projects ln .llltllllllll lo pruviiliiig ni-udy limilics wilii lmslacts of food wiiicii tliis club sponsors. I cl.ll'lNCI1I.l girls fiml lllfCI'C'illl1g bits in books rlicy pick for Mackey licml Scliool, Kentucky. SEATED: M. LnNoucttc, M. Brown, P. Bell, S. Schuler, H. Fitzpatrick. STANDING: H. Chonis, P. Movcy. 67 Y-Teens have new home "Letls have another one soonf, has been the cry of the Y-Teens this year. "Another what?" "W'hy that wonderful slumber party held at the new YWCA, naturally." The Y-Teens have sponsored the annual fem-invite Christmas Dance, provided food and clothing for the needy, and dressed dolls for the Red Cross as projects for the year. Originally known as the Girl Reserves, progress has been the keynote of this club. FIRST ROW: J. Wierda, P. Becker, W. Coon, T. Lewis, P. Bristow, J. Bolthouse, J. Burgess, D. Corliss. SECOND ROW J. Ross, J. Christiansen, F. Pengilly, J. Schumacher, J. Bench, D. Hansen, R. Mell, T. Markham, L. Handy. THIRD ROW Mr. Russcher, advisorg D. DeMarr, G. VanderLeest, G. Dippel, A. Woodard, C. Hasseldahl, secrctaryg G. Russcher, presi dentg D. Olsen, M. Waalkes, R. Israel, H. Clapp. ,WM l'lRS'I' ROXV: N. l.inrlli.iek, j. Applt-igiirtli, K . Bauer, M. Wicrsiiiii, J. Murphy, N. Moon, H. Fitzpatrick, S. Slovcr, J. W'ilson, N. lfuller, K. Davis, D. VJIIIDYICC. SECOND ROW: Y. Sternburgh, B. Conklin, S. Kraft, Schmicding, Cf. Koontz, M. Vleililer, K. Brooks, l.. DIHICO, C.. l'rins, M. jrrks a .on, A. Wlnrren, Martin, G. Smith, S. Kchins, Advisor. THIRD ROVV: li. M.irln, Fischer, Nolen, D. Bunker, B. Fisher, B. Ifirestone, B. Whitt-, K. Kloostermnn, K. Kison, ,l. S.unpson, S. ll.nrpsler, A. Smith, K. Glafclce, C.. DeVette. IAOURTH ROW: M. Bohn, B. Hnru, S. LnCore, D. looniis, I.. Bosiun, A. Keillor, C., Lotie, M. W.1rrc'i1, Hansen. Cf. Clloetingh, M. Swanson, B. Scelyc, D. Holer, inter- i, M I O l M ll tlub touutil repi'esent.ilive3 B. Swift, B. Wiert'i1'o, e Ili-Y mlm-s .i good business .lt the concussion slnncl. Buying 1 -luhn lloos .Intl fiorilun Vander l.c.-est. Selling - Don Hanson .incl Dave Olsen. . rwin, A. uwcrhcrc, . A ore, V. johnson, P. Hnsper. Hi-Y prepares leaders of future To create, m.1int.1in, and extend throughout the school .intl community, liigli st.innl.irds of cil'lI'lSYl.Il'l chg1r.1cter is the purpose of the Hi-Y. One of the most .ictive service clubs on the campus, the lli-YK .igentla for l9S3-S4 has been comprised of sending I'CPl'L'SCI1l.lllYCS to the Oltler Bofs Conference .intl C.unp ll.ly'0VCIll.l. Also they h.1x'e p.u'ticip.itetl in the st.1te Hi-Y legishiture, which is .1 inotlel legisluurc prognnn .it the Capitol in l..1nsinig where the young men eirry out the government ollices. The club's soci.1l .ictivities consist of swimming. bowling, sleigh ritles, .intl sponsoring the concession Slflllkl nt .ill home football g.unes. 69 La SEATED IN FRONT: G. V:lndcrKooi, Kalavitz, L. Postema, presidentg S. Happeny, S. Tyrrell. ROW TWO: S, Kid der, M. Vanderstelt, P. Mahoney, editor-Chupler Claatterg M. Gurney, R. Scheidcgger, E. Fethke, L. Andersen, Dyk stra. ROW THREE: L. Mazade, L. Reed, A. Smith, J. Frces, A. Haverkate, L. Nielsen, Y. Sternburgh, M. Creclho, M. Strickler. ROW FOUR: D. Carlson, G. Rillema, B. Knoll, vice-president, M. Swanson, S. Erickson, reporterg D. Verway, M. Driscoll, P. Ryan, N. Dietz, L. Martinez, Clark. ROW FIVE: D. Maycroft, H. DcVries, B. Bcekeman, C. Dobberstein, D. Scoutcn, B. Bowen, H. McNarland. R. Christenson, B. Lackey, B. Greer, B. Reek. Friend of employer and employee F.A.A.-Our newest club Offered .1s .1 special aid to students wlio are in search of jobs. A very small but industrious group, tl1e future accountants, ROC is one ol tl1e most informative clubs on tl1e campus. - I I ,i f - , I 1 Aside from Aiding Students in Ending iobsg they MC also w1t1 t1c ant o Mis. Mayiose, .11e piepaiing lor a career lll tu: tauglit the value of l1igl1 employment standards and the advan- businws world- tages of being able to participate in group activities. lt also d'v'lo as a so-0 'rativ' .IIT-flltl' towarl 'na lo "rs and fellox s - - . . Q l' l L .pt L ,l l' Q L P lt V l4AA. formed tl11s vear, bas liopes lor becoming prominent workers by acting as .1 social agent. ' K . ' K , . . . . . . , Some of the club 5 activities this year l1ave been: attending among the student and clubs at M. H. 5. tl1e Delegates Congress at Battle Creek, spring Convention at W'estern Michigan College, and tl1e Bosses' Dinner. Social activi- ties include: bayrides, sleiglarides, movies. dances, and round- table discussions. F. A. A. Mrs. Mayrose is skeptical about five girls putting on a dance. G. Gardner, P. Krogman, E. Hazekamp, G. Lamb- kin, and M. Dykstra. 70 Comment dit-on en llIIS cluln provulcs .1 w.11' for .1ll il'ClIk'll studcnts to p1'.1ct1cc tl1e11' sp1'.1la1111g .ICUUIIIplISllIIIL'l1IS. NICIII- lwrs 11111 only spc.1l1 111 l'l'ClICll, but also cnjoy g.ll1IL'S .111d 11111s11' 111 Il'.I- tlIIIOIl.Il l'.llI'UPC.lIl slylc. 'l'l11s P.lSl J'k'.II' lNk'l1llICI'H l1.1vc lwlpcnl IICCLIJ' I-.llIIllIL'N 111 .1d1l11io11 to lt'.Il'IllIlg morc .ll3Ulll II11- l'1'c11cl1 puoplc ll1I'HllIIQll movies .lllkl lK'L'llll'L'S. Students use Roman customs Iilllk' AI11111111' C.l.1ssic.1l l.L'.IglIL' w.1s UI'g.IIlIlL'kl I-or 1l1e ,'IlII'pUSL' of flll'- 1l11'1A1111g 11111-1'1's1 111 L4l.lSSlk'.ll l11c1'.1- IlII'l'. rI'llL' ululw lI.IS two p1'ogr.1111 IIlL't'IlIIJ.j'S .1 IIIOIIIII. il'l1L'SL' p1'o1.gr.1ms Illblllllk' 11111s1L, plays, .lllkl discus- sions 1111 lio111.111 I111.-1'.11111'u. 'l4l1c cl11l1 is l'llIl .lk'L'0I'tlIllg lo Illl' pl.Il1 of 1l1c old lio111.111 I'CplllllIL'. Silvcr lwys .IFC .IWJIACICLI lo I-0llI'IlI y1.'.11' students wlmo l1.11'c SIIUVVII lc.11lc1'sl1ip 111 Il11'L'lul5.1llLl l1.1vc IIl.lIl1I.lIIICkl .111 A or lS.11'1-1'.1gc 111 IIIC I .1l111 l7cp.11'l 111c11I Illt' l.lSl lwo ycars. 'lilw club lI.lS IIN UWII Ul'L'lIL'Sll'.l .IINI Cl10II'. Francais? FIRST ROW: M. Stewart, sergeant-at-arms, S. Edson, social chairman, M. Hopkins historian, D. Loomis, president, C. DcVctte, secretary, B. Gould, vice-president, A Bobick, sergeant-at-arms, J. Mayrosc, treasurer. SECOND ROW: C. Swanson, M Bloomquist, M. Shaw, B. Galajda, B. Firestone, A. Ouwcrkerk, P. Vcrsalle, Arncberg N. McCall. THIRD ROW: C. Smith, B. Horsley, P. Hill, P. Rasey, M. LaNo11cttc, C Cloetingh, L. Anderson, Howard, S. Kraft, M. Buck, W. Lcroux, S. Herrington, M Hazard. FOURTH ROW: J. Sutcliffe, R. Hughes, Archamhault, J. Paquin, C. Carlson L. Moore, D. Kuck, D. W11rt1, B. Fielstra, T. lklilfkhillll, J. Slllilfk, A, Hasseldahl, M Wilson, P. Guy, N. Parrish. advisor. FIRST ROW: J. Erickson, C. LcMicux, M. Wicrsma, Nolen, N. Stathis, S. Hendr- x, W. Nelson, N. Jensen. SECOND ROW: B. Wyman, L. Lundholm, J. Gronberg, M. Moore, P. Swanson, C. Hommes, Arnebcrg, L. Wicsc. THIRD ROW: M. Kim-l, P. McGr.1in, M. Becker, E. McCrea, B. Baker, J. Archambault, I. Wolverton, Li. Fulw, D. Dumont. FOURTH ROW: E. M. Merrit, advisor, A. Beckstrom, G. Warner, XV. W'ickl.1nd, G. Geerdts, R. Yonkers, M. Rodewald, H. Klein, R. Gates. 71 Spanish Club FIRST ROW: Miss Helvie, ntl visorg T. Mnrtinei, M. Allure A. Brown. SECOND ROW: S Sargent, J. Carlson, L. Engle A. Rnmirev, S. Lambert, L Nelson. THIRD ROW: C Winters, E. Seeley, S. Poland D. Weaver, R. Gates, G. Wood B. VanderWnll, D. Cooper, N Fnrquhnr, A. Ouwerkerk. J como se pronuncia en Espanol? Learning more about books lor many years the Spanish Club has worlsetl in furthering the interests of Spanish speaking people .intl stutlents on this continent. This vear its members ptlrtieipitted in the annual Pan- 1Xmeriean assembly for the schools of Greater Muskegon, spon- soretl a tloughnut sale, anal the Thanksgiving Dance. ' . llighlighting their meetings ol the past year were lectures about South America antl Mexico given by Nlr. Savage .intl Mrs. lfrancls respectively. T. A. B. FIRST ROW: D. McG0h:ln, K. Knllt, N. Domont. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Elliott, advisor: L. Hill, B. Mnhn, S. Herrington. S. Cnrty, S. Geclmin, S. Wilson, M. Hartman. THIRD ROW: Miss Webster, advisor: F. Cas- sell, G. Middlecamp, R. Blink, W. Dixon, C. Ross, W. Linde- nmn, H. Vnnderley, C. Hart, N. Matthews. 72 cDl'g.lIIllCLl for stutlents interestetl in gootl reatling. the Teen-age lioolv Club is a project of the Library Club. li year the members piclv a tliflerent subject for special stutly They have boolt reviews at alternate meetings and speav tluring the year lecture to them on subjects relatetl to bot reading, antl libraries. The library Club is a special service club provitletl for tht stutlents. Members assist the librarians in straightening the shelves, eheelting boolts, antl helping with lioolv Wfeelv inc Poetry Nveelv. Cretlit is given lor wbrlv which is both practi .intl theoretical. I-IRST RCJW: G. Middlccnmp, S. Iinilorc, prusidcnng N. Squire, j. Kirkpatrick, S. Kraft, J. Lniloursc, D. Kiel, Miss Klonll, advisor. SIELOND ROW: Howard, M. Ifoosc, Nelson, Sinitli, sccrctnry, D. Loomis, A. Cramer, E. Rork, M. johnson, I.. IJuVm-lu-, vice-president. THIRD ROW: B. Voir, historinng J. Moran, M. Bnkcr, E. Scclc-y, M. Warren, C. SL-.islrovn, C.. Hualy, lrcmsurcrg R. Klinkncr, B. Matthews. FOURTH ROW: K. Linton, W. Christiansen, G. Russclxcr. D. Amos. Most honored of M.H.S. lin' ,nm ul' L-wry wliul.ii' is In lw .icucplcil .is .i IIICIIIIWCI' l'i.lL'l1 pun' lcllcrx .irc scnl to lcntli igixulc slualcntw urging ul lllk' N.1rmn.il llmmi' Souicix. 'lim UI4IL.1lIIl.IIiUlIiH uiiicf puiv iiicm lu strivc for liigli wliolnslic nmrlw. lcniciwliip. .ind out iw ix In limiimr .uni ciiuniixigc liigli N!l1Ul.Il'SlIIp. smmiing Lil1.ll'.It'ICl'ISlIL'X wliicli will qilnlify tlicm for mcmlwr xiiip into ilu' ciulw. SIANIIINU IN I'RClN'I': S. I,n- lorc. l'IRS'I4 ROW: M. johnson, A. Kiziincr, N. Squirc, Ii. Rnrk, l,.ii oursv, II. Kiel. SIALLOND ROXV: Ilownrcl, Ii. Sum-lyu, D. Iuoinis, M. I'x.1kcr, S. Kraft, Nm-lson. THIRD ROW: M. W.irrL-n, K. S1-.ixtrinn, Ii. Lhrisl- 4-nsun, fi. Rnssihcr, K. Linton, IS. Mnlllu-ws, II. Klinkncr. 73 Said 8: Done staff delmtes 21 matter of policy, STANDING ARE: Carole Seastrom, Carlie Hall, Don Mummert, Ken Linton, joel Boyclen, joan Kirkpatrick, jack Boyer, Hank Riekels, and jean Murphy. SEATED ARE: Nancy Moon, Frances Belmonte, and Harold Paul. This is our golden year XVriting miles ol' copy and processing endless numbers of Iincli year we do our lvest to produce .in All-American .annual lLll'CS tluring tlie year lms left us witli very few choice in carrying out tlie wntlition of our pretlecessors. "ds lol- ml"WlW'9' We lmve also sponsored tlie Znel annual Homecoming lung and queen for our llomecoming and glance. sm, W Boys' sports editor, joel Boydeng Girls' sports editor, jean Murphy: Editor-in-chief, Don Mummert, and Business manager, Nanry Moon, seem busy as usual. "Get that story!" "'l'liere have been some elmnges mode!" The Keyhole has moved into new he.idqu.irters in room 100 where they enjoy complete pbotogmphie facilities .ind .1 modern editorial desk. Keyhole members li.ive kept the student body posted on current events with their bi-weekly publication throughout the ye.ir. The Heights Special .ind Graduation Issue .ire also melutletl in the 5l.lfl'S program for the year. NNY w 3 4 ,af w' ' . .. .Y V N v:2'j ff! i - 7-23 Q I 'QV' I ' 'gr-. 't 'Sk . , ... W.. if--sq N -, zg T-1: N-es.. ' . ' ,G . i 2'- wt -1 , , 5 r- ,. 3 I W .Qi A' 2- f . ' ' s-ao X ,....w-""""'-9 Alice Wilrren, Carol Cloetingh, and Barbara White admire samples of "Keyhole," FIRST ROW: M. W.xy, S. Kraft, Laflourse, M. Dykstra, A. Warren, Mr. Harrison, advisor. SECOND ROW: C. lloelingli, H. jones, D. Greene, B. Dooper, N. Fuller. THIRD ROW: I.. Moore, C. DeVette, B. White, S. Erickson, J . C. Senstrom, B. Conklin, G. Benson. 3 K " S 1 v 'CSP FIRST ROW: S. Slover, S. Kraft, J. LaCourse, president, N. Witham, secretary, N. Squire. SECOND ROW: M. Dykstra, M. Buck, B. Dooper, B. Anderson, J. Howard, Mr. Harrison, advisor. THIRD ROW: I.. Moore, C. Seastrom, S. Erickson, D. Mummert, D. Verway, C. Cloetingh, G. Benson. I I I I I Learning about pournallsm Since it was founded in 1949, the Press Club has done much in the promotion of interest in journalism among its members. This year the club has sponsored a doughnut snle, donated food to the Childrenis Home, and presented the Heights- Muskegon basketball dance. Cameras click for action Action is the ke 'note of this enter nrisin Y 'rou of students. I l in in P When the cameras click at social events, athletic contests, and just around school, you can be sure it's the Shutterbugs. Both Said and Done and the Keyhole rely on their camera and dark- room skill. Shutterbugs FLOOR: B. Begin, K. Kalk, S. Ashley. SEATED: J. Parsons, C. Cloetingh, M. Dykstra, J. Max-ing, C. Hall, Mr. Harrison, advisor. STANDING: S. Doom, j. Rieben, M. Becker, G. Russcher, B. Baker, A. Hassel- dahl, 1. Hagstrom, M. Anderson. 76 b 1 wg an saw, - in Prepare today for tomorrow "l,e.irning today to prepare for Ll better tomorrow," is the molto of the l"uture llomemakers of America. Some of tlie activities the members enjoyed this year are: attending tlie Michigan State-Oregon State football game, sending representatives to tlie regional convention in Newaygo, and many social parties. F. H. A. FIRST ROW: A. Olsen, D. Van- Dyke, M. Swanson, S. Slover, J. Atkins, D. Cox, treasurer. SECOND ROW: H. Flannery, vice-presidentg I. Morrell, secre- taryg C. Seastrom, N. Kochin, M. Feltman, S. Carlson. 'THIRD ROW: Y. Sternburgh, C. Lappo, M. Rogalla, historian-reporterg M. Bohn, B. Anderson, M. Fischer, president. Jets hope for growth Only two years old, the boys Engineering Club has been of great stimulation to the young men interested in engineering as .1 future career. Information is supplied at meetings by expert enced guest speakers on many topics related to this subject. J. E. T. S. Donald Bergh, advisorg james Eslenberg, presidentg Chuck Carlson, August Barbrick, Jack Larson, Bob Hathaway. FIRST ROW: C. Smith, M. Feltman, D. Bunker, R. Ryke, A. Olsen, B. Root, J. Johnson, S. Slover, V. Mclntire, R Hughes, T. Davis, R. Johnson, S. Smith, A. Lindstrom, S. Engstrom, P. Versalle, N. Moon, B. Horsley, S. LaCore, S. Cross. SECOND ROW: A. Ouwerkerk, L. Nelson, S. Cox, Y. Sternburgh, W. Nelson, B. Anderson, S. Jedrezak, J Nelson, F. Laraway, G. Cloud, S. Fortney, R. Pearce, C. Singleton, M. Roelofs, E. Carlyon, A. Fitch, F. Cassell, B. Swift D. Loomis. THIRD ROW: S. Harris, L. Wiese, Vandelioppell, B. Wierengo, G. Middlecamp, B. Johnson, A. Cramer J. Smith, J. Murphy, R. Vanderstelt, B. Renkenberger, W. Lindeman, K. Timmer, K. Abbott, J. Nelson, S. Schuler, L Brace, S. Klang, B. White. FOURTH ROW: Judie Archambault, Barbara Fisher, Elaine Hazel-ramp, Shirley Edson, Ellen Seeley, Nancy Stadt, Shirley Pattison, Clark Matthews, Jack Chapel, Andrew Meyers, John Wightman, Lowell Wals- worth, Paul Schuiteman, Maudella Warren, Ann Keillor, Joyce Gee, Maryann Loughery, Donna Anderson, Gayle Lambkin. s y .Lip . . gg gs s. Q 'X if , .Q N ss 5- ,. A A Sas, '-1' ' as .. if Q 'wif The girls sing for fun 2 L' The girls' chorus learn the fundamentals of vocal music and sing for enjoyment. Many go on to sing in the 21 Cappella group later. 78 FIRST ROW: H. Flannery, M. Curtis, C. Martin, C. The finest in music g.lIlvS sclmolx. Under its mpnlwlu lc.ulcl', Hr. ,lolm l7cllo1'n, the clmii Im lwcn wry .lulivc nlmii j'L'.ll'. lllllkllk' wlwiccs. .lml tlmc cil1l'l5ll11.lS .lSSCl'l1l5lY. l'm'r.nns were .1 B . 5 PI'L'SL'IllCtl Lo tllc Rotary, Lions, Kiwanis, .ind YK Mun clubs. Peel, V. VanderLeest, P. Holmgren, V. Ohst, D. Huffman, B. Childs, M. DcVrics, C. Zimmerman, S. Ge-dmin, D. Herman, B. Seelyc, S. Hamel, S. Anderson, R. Pitre, M. Nedervelt. SECOND G. Kendall J. Schuttcr, ROW: D. Gcrcnu, N. Branch, S. Bont, D. Lewis, S. ham, J. Sweeter, Nelson, B. Morrison, P. Greer, S. K. Mulrcndy, S. Doom, J. Achenbach, Andrews, M. Mavre, S. Ouwcrkerk, A. Curow, H. Winter. J. Mend- McSorley, M. Riley, P. McGrnin, G. Gercau, B. Hartz. THIRD ROW: B. Chambers, B. Lanz, J. Oslund, C. Drcnnan, Maring, C. Fongers, J. Kurtz, M. Juergens, C. Cloetingh, M. Murphy, D. Luster, A. Jensen, S. Lambert, D. Russchcr. FOURTH ROW: C. Heethuis, J. Holcomb, S. Poland, J. Collinge, J. Toppen, L. Williams. ,R 79 Ml lS lnoasts ons: of llmc Hncsl .1 c.1ppcll.1 groups in XY'cstc1'n Nlicln- A lcw of mln- prug1'.n11s prcscnlcd wcru ilu- Spring Clmicclw, ll.lCC.l- Band earns many MHS can be justly proud of its line high school marching band. Advancement and progress have been the keynote of this organization, especially this past year. Proof of this is the fact that our band was the third in the United States to use the modern system of black lighting for a half-time show at the Heights-Muskegon game. Besides playing at all home football games and school assemblies, and giving their annual concert, the band has won many honors at state and district contests. 80 Iaurels Alexander, Barbara Anderson, Donna Ashley, Sandy Banninga, Paul Bennett, Mariel Berggren, Jean Bergman, Bonnie Bosnia, Lorna Boyer, Jack Brammer, james Brown, Sharon Carlson, Dennis Carlson, Janet Carroll, Bob Cattley, Joyce Chapel, Jack Christy, Nancy Church, Tom Cooper, Darlene Cooper, Lewis Cooper, Marcus Cleveringa, juanita Dahlquist, Carol Dephouse, Don De Witt, Richard Dietz, Marlene Edlund, Edward Ekstrom, Peter Engle, Lila Engstrom, Sharon liriclcson, Darwin lfitth, Wfilliani l'llClCOIl1il, Toni George, james Gunter, Roland Green, Arlene Heeres. Dale Hill, Willizilii Hilt, Charles Hinkley, Donna Hinkley, Eleanor Holmes, Richard Housenmn, Joan Hovey, Robert Huinenicls, Michael Jensen, Norann Johnson, kenneth johnson, Leonard jones, Helen jones, Peter Kiel. Darlene Kiel, Marilyn Klevering, Joyce Klein, Henrv Kleyn, Lois Kolkenm, Riclmrtl Kuhn, l".1lricia La Core, Sue Linton, Kenneth Iugg, Dunn.: lung, loc lullnlhulnl, I lnd.l x1.l.lNlI'ikI!l, W"illn.un M.lrlx, lllxnf 4x1.llllll'N'K, Brun- Malllwws, 1 l.lrla Mallisml, Tmn .WL'AlgL's, K h.ll'Ics MvvL'l's, l5.lrlv.n'.u Millvr, Slim-ll.l .Nlm-nm-r, K.lll1rx'n Muon-, Minlmcl Musulvr, lnuisc Mnl'r,lll, Rusnlln' Munnll, Knrcn Ns-Isola, just-pl! Nulrn, .Iam- Nurion, I.II'I'Y Ulwu. Rialnlnl UU, Kialmrd l'.ululn, -'ovu- l'.xrlLs, INN' l'4'.1rn', Run PL-,n'sun, l'.dw.urnl Pixlcy, Uulurcs Pnxlcy, l.lovd PIL-sdn-r, juan Rinll.ll'ds, llulrlcx Rulmr, -Lnncs Robbins, l,.ll'l'Y Rugm-rs, hh-nd.l Saunders, Jack Sunni. M.1rll1.1 Slmffcr, Gnvlord Slmw, N1.ll'.ll01.' Sirnllio, Ted Spurgu, M.lrilx'n Smith, C h.lrlL-s M-.1nxou, Marilyn -I-N'iIlillf-lv l lark vlVI'.llK'1'l'lk, -lLlIlL'llL' Vu.-ihl, Shirluy' Vull, Willi.lr11 Vugtn-u-cn, Mary w'.lY, N1.ll'll'l'll' wY1'l'llSll'IDIl1, Mnrilvu Wh klnml. W'.lrru1 W'ickI.lrul, W"L'lILfL'l W'ilun.ul, U.lv1- Xvillinle. ll.u'u1u'1: XXfvUhL'l'N, limmiv T11irl4'l'x I1-,lrnln'v, Kay M.1rsh.xlI, -Inynu P1-slcrsnn, Slmrnn Smm.-rn, PM W'irll, Pnl -Drum Major x s X I9I4 Band Orchestra serves the community This year, the orchestra took on added work by playing a series of six concerts for the Kiwanis club along with their regular mid-winter concert. Their agenda has always been mirked by frequent public services to our community. Abbey, Louis Amos, David Appleton, Jane Ashley, Sandy Baker, Barbara Barber, Janet Becker, Marjorie Beegle, Robert Belton, Nancy Bosma, Lorna Brown, Alberta Chapel, Jack Chonis, Christine Collier, Darlene Cooper, Darlene Cooper, Lewis Dietz, Marlene Domont, Delphine Ekstrom, Peter Fitch, William Galombeck, Garrett Genter, Roland Gronberg, James Hasper, Pearl Hill, William Hinkley, Donna Horsley, Barbara Hudy, Charlotte Kenney, Jack Klein, Henry Koski, Elsa La Core, Sue Luther, Rosemary Marceau, Janice 1 They have in the past years. distinguished themselves among all the high school orchestras in Michigan through the annual band and orchestra State Festivals. Mattison. Tom Mayrose, John Menges, Charles Moessner, Kathryn Moseler, Louise Nelson, Joe Neumer, Steve Nolen, Jane Olsen, Ronnie Osborn, Marcia Paquin, Joyce Parks, Dave Pixley, Lloyd Poe, Florence Richards, Charles Rieben, Judith Robbins, David Rodewald, Mary Rodewald, William Root, Barbara Rose, Jack Rumohr, Geraldine Snook, Danny Sturgeon, Darlene Swanson, Peggy Teuling, Bonnie Twining, Clark Veihl, Shirley Vugteveen, Mary Way, Marlene Wiersma, Margaret Wikman, Dave Wolters, Bonnie Wolverton, Itea Zirk, Edna ,a PRO M USICA OFFICERS I. N1-lwn, lI'1'.lNllI'l'l'1 S. l,.1i,orL-, prcsidunl: B. W'nlu-rs, lxislorinng M. W.:y, xcnrclaryg P. lik- slrum, vin--pre.-sidvnl. l'n-snla-nl Suc l..nK,urc slmws Pro Muxinux officers how the lllvlllt' dm-vclops. 83 "The tying link" Wuxi in prmnoting fcllmxwlmip lxtwuclm :11c1nlw.'s nf thc lmmi .md u1'cl1csl1'.1. Its .lclivitiss for Ilw XLHII' Imlvc inclmicd .1 Cil11'islm.1s .md xpring lxmq 1 picnic. .md thc .IXX'.1!'Liil1g of .'Xrion 1Xw.11'ds. Qu in its fnuxllm year, llw ISU mcllmiwlw of l'm .XILINKXI lun' lmwvcd tm IRST ROW C D Vette, S L1Core, A Bobick, H Chonis, P Ferrell, B Chambers, C. Winters, C. Smith, S. Morris, F : . e . . . . . . president. SECOND ROW: B. White, J. Bayne, K. Brooks, S. Schuler, M. Loughery, G. Golden, B. Lanz, K. Mizerek, E. Cnrlyon, S. Bont. THIRD ROW: P. Holmgren, I. Vunlienenaam, P. Rasey, P. Risk, S. Ouwerkerk, M. Wilson, M. Warren, secretary, N. Farquhar, E. Seeley, P. Hill, I.. Gorleslty, J. Faber, advisor, J. Johnson. FOURTH ROW: T. Brnvermnn, A. Woodard, S. Chnpple, R. Fues, G. Geerdts, L. Kopp, Wightman, treasurer, D. Recltnagel, K. Rosen, C. Menges. Students display talents The purpose of Masque is three-fold: to develop an apprecia- tion for the Lll'Ll1H.l, to acquaint members with Cl better under- standing of dramatic literature, and to develop the members in the nrt of self-expression. The entertainment provided for the school has been excep- tional this year. The play presented this fill was "Our Town." ll fantasy written by Thorton WilLlei'. W'ith the coming of spring, Mwsque members' attention turned to the student directed one-uct plays which .ire annually presented, .ind their program for the WOHTLIHYS Club. 84 Star Thespinns, left to right, Mary Jane Polak, Sue Morris, Hank Riekels, Ellen Seeley, John Wightman, Pat Hill, Chuclt Menges, Barb Makemson, Mariel Bennett, and Helen Chonis chat :ind drink punch after the Thespinn induction ceremony. F. T. A. FIRST ROW: V. Ohst, A. Iirnwn, K.. U1-Vette, M. Allure, J. I..lf.Ulll'8t', S. Klllfi, U. Kiel. Sli! ONIJ ROW: Howard, M. Bunk, K. W1'SllII!M, Lalttley, R. Mlll'l'.Ill, K.. Potts, C.. Hucly, 5. I..lt.0I'l', S. Morris. THIRD ROW: Ii. IIC.lK'0L'lC, Kalrcl, G. I,l'IOI'S, Topps.-11, If. Hinkley, ll. Ilinklvy, G. MizlLlleL'.1n1p, Il. I,oumis, I'. Anile-rsmi, Miss Iithel R.llll.', Advisor. 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' , visit 111 ll1u Cicrlwci' l5.1l1y I-1-mi l,l.II1I 111 I'1'c111o11t, .111Ll .1 tm .NlL'I1Il'L'l'N I.llx1' k'.ll'L' ul klIIlLll'k'I1 .11 ..,'.ILlL' suimuls .1111l p.1111L1- qivcn by Gretna, Mmkugon Hmpimlxi IIIL' Ill 11l1sr1'1.111m1 Ik'.lk'lliI1g. 'l'l1c1 l1.1vu .1lso sp1111s111'c1l .1 1 f IIIAINIIILIN l,.lllX lHI' llIIklCl'Pl'IYllL"'L'kl L'llIlLlI'k'lI IlIIN XC.ll'. 0 0 9 FIRST ROW: Q. Rojan, J. Anderson, I. Anderson, C. Le- Mieux, C. Siplon, N. McCall, secretary, K. Mundt, president, B. Anderson. SECOND ROW: N. Tuori, E. Rork, S. Jedreznk, j. McMillan, C. Drennnn, treas- urer, W. Fox, sergeant-at-arms, K. Mulrendy, historian, J. John- son, E. Young. THIRD ROW: S. Colvin, K. Frasier, L. Joseph- son, Carlson, D. Cooper, Kowalski, program chairman: B. Alexander, N. Balcom, student council representative, P. Aley, S. Sargent, vice-president. O O C I 'Wivr-1' Q O A , w , WIT" F X X 15,4 aoNX.H 5.1 I nl Grad 00125 Officers of the February graduating class discuss merits of sample name cards BACK ROW: Ken Linton, Jamce Howard, Howard Connell, Marlene Baker. FRONT ROW. Dick Klinkner, Marion Buck, Roger King. V, Sranley Rnlfe lxarl Natalie Franfk ADVISORS ANDERSON. BARBARA CLERICAL-Chorus 7, A Cappella 7-3-4, F.H.A. 4, Press Club 4, Y-Teens 4. ARCHER, MASON ELTON COLLEGE PREP. -- Intramural Basketball 4. BAKER, MARLENE ELIZABETH STENOGRAPHIC-Carmento 2-3-4, Student Council 2, Class Treasurer 3, Class Seuotary 4, National Honor Socioty 4. BANNINGA, PAUL HENRY COLLEGE PREP.-Band 2-3-4, Pro Musica 2-3-4. BECKEMAN, ROBERT CHARLES RETAIL SALES- R.O.C. 4. BELASCO, SALLY JOSEPHINE GENERAL - Hall Monitor 7. BITZER, THOMAS EDWARD GENERAL BOHN, MARVA JOYCE GENERAL-Curmenta 2-3-4, F.H.A. 4, BOSTROM, RAYMOND COLLINS TRADE li INDUSTRY- Golf 2-3-4. BOWEN, BERT BOYER, JACK WALTER COLLEGE PREP. - Band 2-3-4, Conservation Club 2-3 iSgt-at-crmsi, Said 8. Dane 2-3-4, Keyhole 7-3-4. BRUINING, BEVERLY I. COLLEGE PREP.-Camera Club 2-3, F.H.A. 2, Conservation Club 2-3, Student Council 2-4, Senate 3-4, French Club 4. BRUINING, NANCY IRENE CLERICAL-COOP-Senate 2-3, Conservation Club 7-3, Y-Teens 2, Band 2, R.O.C. 4. BUCK, MARIAN CAROL COLLEGE PREP. - F.H,A. 2, latin Club 2-3, National latin Honor Society 3-4, Press Club 3-4, Uroawrer 3-41, Class Historian 3-4, F.T.A. 3-iVice-pres.j 4-lSecretaryl, Senior Play Crew, Fronch Club 4, Student Council 4, CANNADAY, LYNDA FRANCINE SECRETARIAL-Y-Teens, 2-3, Camera Club 2-3lSecrelaryl 4. CANNING, ROBERT GERALD GENERAL CARLISE, NORMAN ERNEST DAY TRADE-ELECTRICITY CARLSON, DOUGLAS MARTIN COOPERATIVE CARR, ROBERT LESLIE RETAIL SALES-Conservafion Club 2, A Cappella 3, R.O.C. 3-4. CHRISTIANSEN, GEORGE WILLIAM COLLEGE PREP.-Camera Club 2, Band 2-3-4, Pro Musica 2-3-4, Conservation Club 2-3-4. CONNELL, HOWARD LEROY GENERAL-Foolball 2, Baseball 2, Class Sgf-af-arms 3-4. DEHAVEN, LARRY TRADE I- INDUSTRY DELL, LAWRENCE ALBIN GENERAL--Foofball 2-3-4, Basketball 2, Baseball 3-4, Conservation Club 2, Hi-Y 3. DEVRIES, HOWARD RETAIL SALES- DIPPEL, GEORGE ALBERT COMMERCIAL - Keyhole 4- lBookkeeperI. DOBBERSTEIN, CHARLES EDWARD CLERICAL--Baseball 2-3-4, Basketball 3, R.O.C. 4. DURGAN, NANCY LOU CLERICAL-F.H.A. 2. DYKSTRA, JOYCE EVELYN OFFICE TRAINING--Conservalion Club 2-3, Y-Teens 2-lHislorianl 3, R.O.C. 4. FEARNLEY, KAY L. GENERAL - Maiorefte 2-3-4, FETHKE, EVELYN F. COOPERATIVE-Band 2, Conservallon Club 2-3, Y-Teens 2-3, R.O.C. 4. FELMEN, WILLIAM G. GENERAL FOOSE, MARILYN L. COLLEGE PREP.-F.H.A. 2, F.T.A. 2-3-4, Sludenl Council 2, French Club 2-3-4, Naliunal Honor Sociely 3-4. GREENE, DORINE VIOLET COLLEGE PREP. -G.A.A. 2-3-4, Hi-C 2-3-4, Sludenf Council 2, School Assembly 2, Keyhole 3-4, Hall Monilor 3. GREER, WILLIAM CHESTER RETAIL SALES- R.O.C. 3-4, GRIMM, JOYCE ELAINE COLLEGE PREP.-F.T.A. 2-3-4, Hi-C 2-3-4, French Club 3-4, F.H.A. 2. HARRIS, WILLIAM RICHARD COLLEGE PREP. -Conservafion Club 2-3-4. ,,,, 4-.Jw ' f 1 4' at f it ' qt H,-P 'Y K J HARTZ, BARBARA ANN COLLEGE PREP.-G.A.A. 2, F.H.A. 2, Y-Teens 3-4, A Cappella 2-3-4, Senate 3-4,lHistorianl, Conservation Club 3, Keyhole 3-4. HARVEY, RICHARD LOUIS COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club 2, Student Council 2, Basketball 2-3IMana- gerl 4, Football 3-4lMonogerI. HASSELDAHL, CHARLES ALVIN COLLEGE PREP.-Keyhole 4, Hall Monitor 4, Conservation Club 2-3lHistorianl 4lVice-Presidentl, Hi-Y 2-3-4ISecretaryl. HAUGHEY, KATHRYN N. GENERAL-Y-Teens 2-4, Chorus 2. HEATON, ROBERT ANSON COLLEGE PREP.-Basketball 2, Press Club 3, Conservation Club 2, Keyhole 3 ISports Editor, Assistant Editorl. LIILL, MARY ELIZABETH STENOGRAPHIC HOWARD, JANICE ETHEL COLLEGE PREP. - Conservation Club 2-3lTreasurerl, F.T.A, 2-lSecretary-Treasurerl 3-4, F.H,A. 2, French Club 2-3lVice-pre.identl 4, Student Council 4, Class Sgt- at-orms 3-4, Press Club 4, National Honor Society 4. HUBBELL, ALFRED RAY GENERAL - Track 2. JAGER, CAROLINE ELLEN COLLEGE PREP. JOHNSON, GUNNARD CHARLES GENERAL JONES, HELEN JOYCE GENERAL-Band 2-3-4, Pro Musica 3-4, Orchestra 3, Y-Teens 3-4, F.A.A. 4, Hall Monitor 4. KAMPENGA, HAROLD COLLEGE PREP. KEILLOR, ANN MARGARET COLLEGE PREP. -Y-Teens 2-3-4, Senate 2-3-4IPresidentl, Conservation Club 2-3- 4, F.H.A. 2, A Cappella 4, Student Council 4. KIDDER, SHIRLEY J. OFFICE TRAINING - R.O.C. 3-4. KIEL, DARLENE LOUISE COLLEGE PREP. -F.T.A. 2-3-4lTreosurerl, Latin Club 2-3, Conservation Club 2-3, Pro Musica 2-3-4, Band 2-3-4, Camera Club 3, Y-Teens 2, National Honor Society 4. KING, ROGER CARL GENERAL- Football 2-3-4, Class Vice-president 3-4. KLASNO, MICHAEL EMIL GENERAL-Football 2-3-4, Track 2. KLEVERING, JOYCE A. COLLEGE PREP.-Band 2-3-4, C-.A.A. 2-3-4, Conservation Club 2-3, F.T.A. 4. ETHEL LIGGINS KLINKNER, RICHARD LEGER COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club 2, Baseball 2, Student Council 3-4, Class President 3-4, National Honor Society 4. KNOLL, ELIZABETH ANN OFFICE TRAINING- Library Club 2-3, R.O.C. 3-4, Y-Teens 3-4. KNUTSON, ELEANOR ELIZABETH GENERAL- Carmenta 2-3-4, Chorus 2, A Cappella 3-4. KOLBE, SHIRLEY MAY GENERAL - Hi-C 2-3-4, Library Club 2-3. KUYPERS, RUTHELLA GRACE STENOGRAPHIC LACOURSE, JOAN MARGARET COLLEGE PREP.-F.H.A. 2, Latin Club 2-3-4, F.T.A. 2-3lSecretary-Treasurerl 4 tReporterl, Tennis 3, Keyhole 3-4lEditorl, Press Club 3lVice-presidentl 4 iPresi- dentl, National Latin Honor Society 3-4, Senior Play Crew, Student Council 4, National Honor Society 4. LAMPHERE, LINCOLN DAVID GENERAL LARSEN, RUSSELL DAVID COLLEGE PREP.-A Cappella 2-3, Conservation Club 2. LASH, PEGGY ANN STENOGRAPHIC - Y-Teens 2-3, Camera Club 3. LEVENTIS, FLORA GENERAL -F.A.A. 4, Hall Monitor 4. LIGGINS, ETHEL C. GENERAL-G.A.A. 2, Y-Teens 3. LINDBLOOM, GEORGE WAYNE GENERAL LINDEMAN, WALTER ELOP GENERAL-Library Club 2, T.A.B. 3-4, A Cappella 2-3-4. LINTON, KENNETH JACK COLLEGE PREP. -Band 2-3-4, Pro Musica 3, 4, Student Council 2-3-4, Conserva- tion Club 2-3lVice-president, Presidentl 4lpresidentl, Latin Club 2-3, Said B Done 4, Class Secretory 3, Class Treasurer 4, National Honor Society 4, LOHMAN, DONALD WILLIS COLLEGE PREP.-Camera Club 2, Conservation Club 2-3153!-at-arms, Membership Chairmanl 4. MARTINEZ, LOUIE GENERAL - Baseball 2-3, Football 3. MATTHEWS, BRUCE EDWIN COLLEGE PREP.-Band 2-3-4, Orchestra 2-3-4, Pro Musica 2-3-4, Hi-C 2-3-4. MAVIS, DORLAN GENE TRADE 8 INDUSTRY MQCORMICK, PATRICK H. COLLEGE PREP. MORAN, JOHN S. COLLEGE PREP.-Sludenl Council 2-3-4, Nolionol Honor Sociely 3-4. MULDER, RICHARD EDWARD GENERAL MUMMERT, DONALD HAROLD COLLEGE PREP. -Hall Monilor 2-3, Soid 81 Done 3-4lEdilorI, Keyhole 3-4lFea- lure Ediiorl, Press Club 3-4lVice-presidenll. NEUMANN, RICHARD WAYNE COOPERATIVE - Foolboll 2-3-4. OLSEN, ANNA MARIE GENERAL-A Cappella 2-3-4, Chorus 2, F.H.A. 2-4, Tennis 3, Y-Teens 4. OSBORN, BUD R. GENERAL PIPPEN, BILL C. GENERAL- Foolboll 2-CI-4, Golf 2. POSTEMA, LOIS MAE RETAIL SALES-V-Teens 2-J, G.A.A. 2, Hi-C 2-3, Speech Guild 4, R.O.C. 4 lPresidenl, Recording Secrelaryl. PRICE, JAMES GENERAL - ROBERTS, LOUISE MARIE COOPERATIVE-CLEIICAL-G.A.A. 2, R.O.C. 3-4, Camera Club 4. RUSSCHER. GLENN E. COLLEGE PREP. - Shullerbugs 2-3-4, lovin Club 2, National Honor Sociely 4, Hi-Y 2-3-4lVict-orexidenll. SCHEIDEGGER, ROSEMARY RETAOL 5ALES- Bond 2, G.A.A. 2, Y-Teens 2, Hi-C 2, R.O.C. 3-4, Speech Guild 4. SEASTROM, CAROLE MARIE GENERAL-F.H.A. 2-3-4lTreosurer 2, 3, 4, Reporler 41, Conservolion Club 3. Student Council 3, Tennis J, Said L Done 4, Keyhole 4, Press Club 4, Senior Play Crew, Nalionol Honor Society 4. SIEPLINGA, GLADYS MAE RETAIL SALES SLOVER, SANDRA SUE GENERAL-A Cappella 2-3-4, F.H.A. 3-4, Conservation Club 3-4, G.A.A. 3-4, Press Club 4, Y-Teens 4. SWANSON, MARGARET MAY STENOGRAPHIC-- Conservolion Club 2-3-4, Camera Club 2, F.H.A. 4, Press Club 4. TOMAN, CONSTANCE LORRAINE STENOGRAPHIC-G.A.A. 2-J-4, Hull Monilor 2-4, Camera Club 3, Y-Teens 2-3, F.H.A. 2, Bowling 4. VANDER KOOI, GERALDINE OFFICE TRAINING- R.O.C. 4. VANDERLAAN, DALE L. TRADE A INDUSTRY VANDERSTELT, MILLICENT MAE OFFICE TRAINING-Hi-C 2-3, R.O.C. 4, Y-Teens 4. VANDYKE, DORIS JEAN CLERICAL-F.H.A. 2-3lVice-president! 4lPresidentI, Conservation Club 3-4, Y- Teens 4, VANDERLEEST, GORDON MORRIS BKKG. 8 ACCT. -Student Council 3, Hi-Y 4. VISSCHER, CHARLOTTE JEANNE CLERICAL-COOPERATIVE-Hi-C 2-3, Booster Club 2. VOLZ, WILLIAM A. COLLEGE PREP, -Band 2-3-4, Pro Musica 2-3-4, Conservation Club 2-3, National Honor Society 3-4lHistorianl. VREDEVELD, JAMES BART COOPERATIVE-Hi-Y 2, Conservation Club 2, R.O.C. 3. WAY, MARLENE ANN GENERAL- Band 2-3-4, Pro Musica 2-4, Orchestra 4, Keyhole 4. WEHRLE, LAWRENCE FRED DAY TRADE--Football 2-3-4, Basketball 2-3, Track 2-3, Conservation Club 2, Hall Monitor 2-3, Student Council 4. WESTLING, KAREN LUCILLE COLLEGE PREP.-F.H.A. 2, latin Club 2, F.T.A. 2-3-4, Speech Guild 3-4, Press Club 3-4lSecretary J-41, Senior Play Crew. WIKMAN, ROLAND ARVID GENERAL WILCOX, RONALD LEON COLLEGE PREP. WINTER, HERMINA GENERAL-F.H.A. 2-3, Hall Monitor 2, Student Council 2, Girls Glee Club 4, Senior Play Crew. WITHAM, NANCY LEE COLLEGE PREP. -F.H,A. 2, latin Club 3, F.N.A. 3, Press Club 3lVice-presidentl 4lSecretaryI, Senior Play Crew. BARRETT, JAMES RUSSEL TRADE G INDUSTRY BENNITT, WORTH WILLIAM DAY TRADE FRERES, ROBERT GEORGE TRADE S- INDUSTRY 94 Pictures not available ARNOLD, KENNETH WILFORD MC COMES, ANNA B. GENERAL - French Club 2-14, Conservolion Club 2, A Cappella T3-4. GENERAL - G.A.A. 3-4, Tennis 3-4. BAYNE, ROY LOUIS RIEKELS, HENRY E. COLLEGE PREP. - Hi Y 2 fl 4lSetreloryl GENERAL - Mosque 2-3, Radio 3-4, Said 8- Done A. KENNICK, JOSEPH RYAN, WILLIAM THOMAS GENERAL - Conservation Club 3, Student Council 4, TRADE G INDUSTRY UPTON, CLYDE GLEN WILLBRANDT, BRUCE L. COLLEGE PREP. COLLEGE PREP. - MAYCROFT, DONALD GERALD ZWICKER, BETTY JANE CO'OPERATlVE - Bond 2 J, Pro Musica 2-3, R.O.C, 4. CO-OPERATIVE-G.A.A. 2-4, Camera Club 2-4, Y'Teens 2-4, R.O Dean Recknagcl patiently waits for Kay Kloosterman and jerry Erickson to return from "that other world". Officers of the June graduates enjoy a Humorous moment in their business meeting STANDING: Mr. DeHorn, advisorg Pete Ekstrom, vice-presidentg Dick Cooke, historiang Mrs. O'Connor, advisor. SEATED: joan Kirkpatrick, secretaryg Helen Fitzpatrick, reporterg Judy W'ilson, sergeant-at-armsg Ron Knop, sergeant- at-armsg Mikalee Jackson, treasurerg Maurice Bectel, president, absent. ALLORE, MARILOU COLLEGE PREP. -G.A.A. 2-3-4, Y-Teens 2-4, Spanish Club 2-3-4lVice-presidentl, F.T.A. J-4, F,H.A. 2. AMOS, DAVID ALAN COLLEGE PREP. -Orchsslra 2-3-4, Pro Musica 2-3-4, Lalin Club 2, Conservation Club 2, Student Council 3, National Honor Society 3-4. ANDERSEN, LEONE MARIE OFFICE TRAINING-F,,N.A. 2-3, Hi-C 2-3, F,H.A. 2, R.O.C. 4. ANDREWS, DAWN JANENE COLLEGE PREP.-Marioretle 2-J, Y-Teens 2-3, Pro Musica 2-3-4, Spanish Club 2-3, Bowling 2. APPLEGARTH, JOANN THERESA STENOGRAPHIC-Bowling 2-3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4. ARMSTRONG, JOHN M. COLLEGE PREP. - Conservation Club 2, Track 2-3-4. ASHLEY, BRUCE' LAVERNE COLLEGE PREP. - Baskstbcll 2, Golf 2-3-4. ATKINS, RODNEY COLLEGE PREP. - latin Club 2-3. BAADE,' THERESA GRACE OFFICE TRAINING - Hi-C 2 3, BAKER, RUTH ANNETTE STENOGRAPHIC-Conservation Club 3-4, Hi-C 2, R.O.C. 4, G.A.A, 4. BALKEMA, BETTE ANN STENOGRAPNIC-Y-Teens 4, Bowling 4. BARTSCHT, CARI. GEORGE COLLEGE PREP.-Student Council 2, latin Club 2, Track 2, Football Manager 2-J-4. BAUER, CAROLYN JEANNE STENOGRAPHIC-Y-Teens 4, Bowling 4. BEAUVAIS, ERNEST E. COLLEGE PREP. - French Club 2-3. BECKSTROM, ANNLEE HELEN COLLEGE PREP. - latin Cluh 3-4, Press Club 4, French Club 4, Said 8 Done 4. BECTEL, MAURICE OUINN COLLEGE PREP. -Hall Monitor 2-3, Student Council 2-4, Class President 4. BENDUS, JANICE HELEN OFFICE TRAINING-Y-Teens 4, R.O.C. 4. BENNETT, MARIEL ANN COLLEGE PREP. -Lolin Club 2, Conservation Club 2, Senate 3-4, Speech Guild 2 3-4, Masque 2-3-4, Band 2-3-4, Orchestra 2-3-4. BENSON, GORDON WAYNE COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club 2-4, Hi-Y 2, Press Club 4, Keyhole 4. BERDINSKI, PHILL ARTHUR GENERAL - Basketball 2-3-4. BOBICK, ANITA AUDREY COLLEGE PREP. -G,A.A. 2-3-4, French Club 3-4, Masque 2-3-4, National Thesa- ians 4. BODEY, BARBARA ANN CLERICAL BONIFIELD, LAWRENCE CLARK GENERAL- Football 2-3-4, Track 2-3. BORGESON, DAVID PERRY COLLEGE PREP. - Basketball 2-3, Golf 3. BOSMA, LORNA KAY COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club 2-3, Band 2-3-4, Orchestra 2-3-4, Pro Mus- ica 2-3-4, Y-Teens 4, Keyhole 3-4. BOUKAMP, DELORES JEAN BUSINESS MACHINES - Hi-C 2-3, R.O.C. 3-4. BOYDEN, JOEL MICHAEL COLLEGE PREP.-Football 2-3-4, Track 2-3-4, Student Council 2-3-4lVice-presi- dentl, A Cappella 2-3, Basketball 3, Said 8. Done 4, Dramatics 4. BRACE, LOIS MARIE COLLEGE PREP.-A Cappella 2-3-4, G.A.A. 2-3-4, Latin Club 2, Y-Teens 3-4, Senate 3-4. BROGE, EUGENE FRANK DAY TRADE-PRINTlNG - Band 2-3. BROOKS, KATHRYN JANE COLLEGE PREP, - Latin Club 2, Booster Club 2, Masque 2-3-4, Y-Teens 4. BROWN, THURMAN RUBY COLLEGE PREP. - Football 2-3-4, Latin Club 2-3, Conservation Club 2-3-4, Yennls 2-3, Basketball 3. BUDD, ORVILLE LEE GENERAL- Football 2, Hall Monitor 3, Radio Staff 4. BUNKER, DARLENE COLLEGE PREP.-A Cappella 2-3-4, Latin Club 2, Conservation Club 2, G.A.A. 2, Y-Teens 4, F,N.A. 3. BURR, RALPH GENERAL-Baseball 2-3-4, Student Council 3-4, Basketball Manager 2. BUTTERMORE, ROY JAMES COLLEGE PREP. - Football 2-3-4, Track 3. CARLSON, DAVID L. RETAIL SALES - Conservation Club 2, Basketball 2, R.O,C. 3-4, 98 1 'K 1 'w wf--, N.: CARLSON, DENNIS O. RETAIL SALES - Pro Musica 3-4. CARLSON, DONNA OLIVE STENOGRAPHIC-G.A.A. 2-3-4, Y-Toons 2-3, Hi-C 2, Booster Club 2, Class Sgt at-arms 3. CARPENTER, DONALD LEE RAY COLLEGE PREP. - Football 2-4, Track 2. CASSELL, FLORENCE ANNE COLLEGE PREP. - Latin Club 2, F.T.A. 4, A Cappella 2-3-4, T.A.B. 2-3lTreasurerl, 4lSecretaryl, Speech Guild 3-4lHistorianl, Debate 4, CHAMPAYNE, KAYLEN JEAN GENERAL- Conservation Club 2, Latin Club 2, Press Club 3. CHAPPLE, SPENCER GARFIELD COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club 2, Masque 3-4lVice-presidcntl. CHONIS. HELEN ANN COLLEGE PREP. -Latin Club 2, Masque 2-3-4, Carmenta 2-3lTreasurerl 4lPrasi- dentl, Speech Guild 3-4, Forensics 2-3, Thospians 3-4, Radio 4, Dromatics 4. CHRISTY, NANCY KAY COLLEGE PREP. - Conservation Club 2-3-4lSecrelary 3-41, Masque 2-3, Pro Musica 2-3-4, Band 2-3-4, G.A.A. 2, Spoech Guild 2-3, Spanish Club 2-3-4lSacretnry 3-4l. CLAPPER, ANITA LOUISE STENOGRAPHIC CLARK, PAULA RAE GENERAL - Field Hockey 2. CLOETINGH, CAROL MAY GENERAL-Booster Club 2, Y'Teens 2-3-4, French Club 3-4, Camera Club 2, Keyhole 4 A Capella 4, Press Club 4. COLLIER, GLADYS DARLENE COLLEGE PREP.-Orchestra 2-3-4, Band 3-4lCalor Guardl, Pro Musica 2-3-4, F.T.A. 3-4, Latin Club 2, Y-Teens 4. CONKLIN, ELIZABETH ANN COLLEGE PREP. -- Carmenta, 2-3-4, latin Club 2, Booster Club 2, Y-Teens 4, Key- hole 4lBusiness Managerl. COOKE, RICHARD JOHN COLLEGE PREP. - Football 2-3-4, Truck 2, Baseball 3-4, Student Council 2-4, Con- servation Club 2. COTIE, CAROL FAY COLLEGE PREP. - V-Teens 2-3-4, Carmentn 3-4. CRAMER, ADELE COLLEGE PREP.-A Coppola 2-3-4, Student Council 2-3, Naitonal Honor Society 4. CRICHFIELD, JAMES L. GENERAL CZARNEKE, RONALD GEORGE COLLEGE PREP.-Basketball 2-4, Conservation Club 2. A -2 9 DAVIS, KATHLEEN ANN CLERICAL-Tennis 2, Booster Club 2, Bowling 3-4, G.A.A. 2, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Synchronized Swimming 3. DECKER, RONALD LEE RETAIL SALES - R.O.C. 3-A. DEEPHOUSE, DOLORES RUTH STENOGRAPHIC-Student Council 2, Booster Club 2, Y-Teens 4. DEVETTE, CHARLENE MAE COLLEGE PREP.--G.A.A. 2, Latin Club 2, F.T.A. 3-4, Booster Club 2, French Club 3-4lSecretaryl, Conservation Club 3-4, Masque 4, Keyhole 4lChronicle Editarl, Y-Teens 4, National Honor Society 3-4lVice-presidentl. DEVRIES, JAMES NEAL GENERAL-Football 2-3-4, Basketball 2-3-4, Baseball 2-3-4, Student Council 3. DIETZ, MARLENE LOIS STENOGRAPHIC-Band 2-3-4, Pro Musica 2-3-4. DIETZ, NANCY L. CO-OPERATIVE-G.A.A. 3, R.O.C. 4. DOCTOR, PATRICIA ELLEN COLLEGE PREP. - F.H.A. 2, C-.A.A. 2. DOMONT, DELPHINE ANNETTE COLLEGE PREP. -Orchestra 2-3-4, latin Club 2-3-4, French Club 3, Hi-C 3-4. DOOPER, ELIZABETH JEAN COLLEGE PREP. -Orchestra 2-3, Latin Club 2, F.H.A. 2, Press Club 4, Keyhole 4. DRISCOLL, MARYALYCE CO-OPERATIVE-G.A.A, 2-3, F.H.A. 2, R.O.C. A. DYKSTRA, HENRY TRADE G INDUSTRY EAGLES, SANDRA LOU COLLEGE PREP. - latin Club 2-3, Y-Teens 3, Conservation Club 3. EDLUND, EDWARD HADDON COLLEGE PREP. - Band 2-3-4, Orchestra 2-3-4. EDSON, SHIRLEY ANNE COLLEGE PREP. -Student Council 4, A Cappella 2-3-4, Hi-C 2-3-4, French Club 2-3-4lSOCiul Chr.l EKSTROM, PETER THORSY GENERAL - Band 2-3-4, Orchestra 2-4, Pro Musica 2-3-4IVice-president-presidentl, Class Sgt-at-arms 3, Class Vice-president 4. ERICKSON, DARWIN DOYAI. CO-OPERATIVE ERICKSON, JERRY LEE GENERAL-Basketball 2-3-4, Baseball 2-3-4, Conservation Club 2-3, Student Council 2. 4s" ,H ,,.,. .Q W gig, aw i 1' is M' Q Le x R M li li A s 49, Z 'lf' -w :"'55:LI ,:- 'a.:E.' Q-' - s , Q x Qi 1 we K, ..: .... ,.::-- .Q w - 1-:.'w.'Tf:::.: W N . SMX if Q xx 5 i gamma.-Q ERICKSON, SHIRLEY JEAN STENOGRAPHIC-Chorus 2, A Cappella 2-3, F.H.A. 2, Press Club 3-4, Y-Teens 3-4, R.O.C. 4, Keyhole 4. ESSENBERG, JAMES MILFORD GENERAL FIELD, FRED ROBERT GENERAL- Pro Musica 2-3-4, Band 2-3-4, R.O.C. 3. FINKLER, JAMES GENERAL HRESTONE, BARBARA BLANCHE COLLEGE PREP.-G.A.A. 2, Y-Teens 2-4, French Club 3-4. FISCHER, JEAN COLLEGE PREP. - Y-Teens 3-4, Spanish Club 3lVice-presidenll, Fl H R BARBARA ELAINE S E , STENOGRAPHIC--A Cappella 2-3-4, Y-Teens 3-4. FITCH, VIRGINIA ANNE COLLEGE PREP. -A Cappella 2-3-4, Cbnservalion Club 2, G.A.A. 2-3-4, Y-Teens 4. FITZPATRICK, HELEN JOAN STENOGRAPHIC-Y-Teens 2-3lTreasurerl '-4lTreasurerl, G.A.A. 2-3, Bowling 2-3, Canservalion Club 2-3, Cheerleading 2-3-4, Carmenla 3-4lHislorianl, Class Re- porter 4. FLICKEMA, LEONE MARIE GENERAL - lalin Club 3. FOY, CHARLES LOUIS DAY TRADE -- Baseball 3-4, Basketball 4. FRAMPTON, SHIRLEY MAY GENERAL FREDRI KS AR MAURICE C , G COLLEGE PREP. - Sludent Council 2. FREES, .IEANNINE YVONNE OFFICE TRAINING - R.O.C. 4. FREIBERG, ROBERT BARCLAY COLLEGE PREP. - Football 2-3-4, FRENCH, wesxev HALL DAY TRADE - Prinling. FRIZZELL, .IANICE LOUISE RETAIL SALES - R.O.C. 3-4. FUES, REGINALD DETLEF COLLEGE PREP. - Masque 4, Sp 102 eech Guild 4, Keyhole 4. Track 2-3-4, Conservallon Club 2-3. 'WY' ' fr 'bf' 'S' M ,Of r N, fm ,, Q. ' 12' A"'A': I 12.254 I ,Q if wil FULLER, NANCY JEAN COLLEGE PREP. -G,A,A. 2, Y-Teens 4, Carmenla 4. FULTZ, CARMEN ELAINE COLLEGE PREP. -G.A.A. 2-3, Hi-C l 3 Ln Cub 2 3 ISg GALAJDA, BARBARA GENERAL- Said 8- Done 4. GARVEY, MARGIE LOUISE RETAIL SALES - R.O.C. J-4. GEE, JOYCE ARLENE 'v , Iin I - -4 I-al-aim STENOGRAPHIC-G.A.A. 2-3-4, Chorus 2, A Cappella 3-4. GEERDTS, GERHARD DIETER COLLEGE PREP. - Lovin Club 4, M GEORGE, JAMES NEWELL asque 4. COLLEGE PREP. -Pro Musica 2-3-4, Bond 2-3-4, Orcheslra 2-3, lu GLAFKE, KATHRYN LOU COLLEGE PREP. -o.A.A. 2-3, vii GOOSEN, THOMAS WILLIAM eens 4. GENERAL-Golf 2, Tennis 3-4, Baskeiball 3. GOULD, BEVERLY JEAN COLLEGE PREP.-G.A.A. 2-3'4, F.T.A. 2-34, Conservation Club 2 French ub 2f3-4lVice-presidenlj, Camera Club 4. GUSTIN, CARLTON JOHN RETAIL SALES- R.O.C. 2. HAMM, ROBERT WESLEY TRADE 8- INDUSTRY - Football 2. HANSEN, JEAN MARGARET COLLEGE PREP.-Senale 2-3ITreosurerl 4, Y-Teens 2-3'4lVice-presidenlj FTA 2IHisIorionI 3, Tennis 2, Bowling HAPPENNY, SALLY MAY RETAIL SALES - R.O.C. 3-4. HARPSTER, SALLY JO STENOGRAPHIC - Sencle 2-3'4, Tennis 2, Bowling 3-4, HAS PER, PEARL JANICE 2-3-4, Journalism I B II 4, Booster Clu Y-Teens 2-3-4IMbr. Chr.I, Booslar u COLLEGE PREP,-Y,Teens 2-4, Pro Musica 2-3-4, F.N.A. 4. HAVERKATE, ALICE JANE STENOGRAPHIC- R.O.C. 3-4, Y'Teens 4. HENDRYX, SHIRLEY ANN COLLEGE PREP.-G.A.A. 2-3, K presidenll, Lalin Club 3f4, Masq I 8- II 4. eyhole 2-3, Press Club 3-4ISgl4a9 arms Vice ue 3-4, French Club 4, Said 8- Done 4 Ru I SN Qwqfw. HERBST, HENRY COLLEGE PREP.-Football 2,3,4, Track 2,3, Conservation Club 2, HERBST, R. RICHARD COLLEGE PREP. -- Spanish Club 2, Galt 2,,Band 2, Conservation Club 2, Student Council 3, Football 2,3,4, Basketball 4,IManagerl, Track 4. HILL, WILLIAM PAUL COLLEGE PREP. --Spanish 2, 3, Pro Musica 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4. HINKLEY, DONNA MAE COLLEGE PREP.-Latin Club 2, 3, Pro Musica 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Orchestra 4. HOLLAR, SAMUEL ARTHUR COLLEGE PREP. - Class Historian 3, Track 3, 4, Speech Guild 4. HOMFELD, CAROL MARGARET RETAIL SALES - R.O.C. 3. HOPKINS, MARY ANN COLLEGE PREP. -- French Club 3, 4lHist.l. HOVEY, ROBERT DUANE COLLEGE PREP.-Latin Club 2, Consevation Club 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Pro Musica 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4. HOZER, DIANE L. STENOGRAPHIC-G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4IStd. Council Rep. in 3 8. Inter- Club Council in 4l, Conservation Club 2, 3. HUDY, CHARLOTTE ANN COLLEGE PREP. -Student Council 2, 3, Conservation Club 2, G.A.A. 2, F.N.C. 2, 3, 4lPres. 3, 4,I Pro Musica 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, F.T.A. 3, 4IVP 4l, National Honor 3, 4fTres. Al. HUMENICK, MICHAEL COLLEGE PREP. -Spanish Club 2, 3, Pro Musica 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2. HUMPHREYS, SHIRLEY ANN COLLEGE PREP. -Hi-C 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, Library Club 3, 4, Debate 3, Radio 4. HUTCHINSON, CHARLES MILO COLLEGE PREP. IRWIN, MARSHA LOUISE COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club 2, 3, A Cappella 2, Y-Teens 4. JACKSON, MIKALEE MARY BKKG. H- ACC'T. -G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3, 4, Y-Teens 4, Senate 4. JENSEN, MARLENE RUTH STENOGRAPHIC.-rreens 2, F.H.A. 2, JEPPESEN, DORTHEA MARIA COLLEGE PREP. -A Cappella 2, 3, Conservation Club 2. JETT, RICHARD LOUIS GENERAL JOHNSON, JAMES EDGAR COLLEGE PREP. - Conservation Club 2, Football 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, Base- ball 3, 4. JOHNSON, JOYCE MAY COLLEGE PREP.-A Cappella 2, 3, A, Lalin Club 2, 3IPres. 3I, Mosque 3, A Speech Guild A, F.N,A, 4. JOHNSON, MARLENE LORETTA sfsuocnrmc - F.A.A. 3, spanish Club 4. JOHNSON, ROBERT LOUIS RETAIL SALES JOHNSON, RUTH MARIE COLLEGE PREP. - G A.A. 2, Press Club 4. JOHNSON, VALERIE ANN STENOGRAPHIC-Y-Teens 2, 3, A, F.H.A. 2. JOSLIN, BARBARA LEA COLLEGE PREP. - Lalin Club 2, F.T,A, 3. KALAVITZ, JOYCE YVONNE OFFICE TRAINING-R.O.C. 4, Press Club 4, KAREL, JEAN ANN COLLEGE PREP. -Lum- club 3, F.T,A. 4. KARR, MYONA E. OFFICE TRAINING-Y-Teens 4, R.O.C, A. KELLER, DEWEY EDWIN DAY TRADE KING, LAURA DARLENE OFFICE TRAINING-C-.A.A, 2, R.O.C. 4. KIRKPATRICK, JOAN MARIE COLLEGE PREP. - Lalin Club 2 3 Nalio nor 3 4 A ai and , , nol Ho , , F.T.A. 3, , S d Done 4, Conservation Club 3, Class Secrelary 3, 4. KISON, KAREN ANN GENERAL-Y Teens 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Conservalion CIub 2, 3. KLEIN, HENRY C. LLE E PREP in Club 2 ' r P s A amer CO G .- Lal , 3, Allrclo 2, re. 3, I, C a Club 2, Pro Musica 2, 3, A, Sludenl Council 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Orcheslra 2, 3, 4 P Hi C 3, Al res. 3, AI, Speech Guild A. KLINE, HERBERT WALTER COLLEGE PREP. -Spanish Club 2, Masque 3, 4, Forensics 3, Sludenl Council A, Debale 4. KLOOSTERMAN, KAY BARKER COLLEGE PREP. - Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, Senale 2, 3, 4IV.P. Al, Bowling 3, 4. KNOP. RONALD C. COLLEGE PREP.-lalin Club 2iAediIe 2I, Conservalion Club 2, Baseball 2, 3, Bdillefboll 2, 3. '30 DEWEY KELLER vm. Sandra Sandberg Lhecks her credits, to make sure of graduation, xxiih Mrs. Hnglunnl. Marilyn Gabel proves that senior life is not all lens and social whirl ao- ,1 t V X ,4-45 .QINQW KNUTSON, PAUL ALAN COLLEGE PREP. KOONTZ, CONNIE GENERAL-Y-Teens 2-3-4lSecretaryI, Carmenta 4. KOPP, LOTHAR COLLEGE PREP. - Speech Guild 4, Masque 4, Student Council 4. KRAFT, SUZANNE CHRISTINE COLLEGE PREP. - Latin Club 2, Press Club 3-4, Keyhole 4, Conservation Club 2- 3-4, Y-Teens 2-3lSecretaryI 4, F.N.A. 2-3lSecretaryl, Speech Guild 4, F.T.A. 3-4 lHistorianl, French Club 4, National Honor Society 4. KROGMAN, PAULINE ANN BKKG. ACC'T.-G.A,A. 2-3-4, Student Council 2-3-4, Radio 3-4, F.H.A, 2-3, Y-Teens 2, F.A.A. 3lVice Pres.l 4lPresidentl. KROGMAN, SUZANNE GENERAL-Y-Teens 2-3-4, F.H.A. 2-3, Camera Club 3-4, G.A.A. 2-3-4, Press Club 3-4, Radio 3-4, F.A.A. 3-4lHistorianl. LACORE, SUSAN MARY COLLEGE PREP.-Pro Musica 2lSecretaryl3-4lPresidentl, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Student Council 2-3-4, Conservation Club 2-3lSgt.-at-armsl, Speech Guild 3lHistarianl4, F.T.A. 3-4, lite Saving 2, National Honor Society 3-4lPresidentj, Senate 3-4 lPresidentl, Masque 4, Thespions 4. LANGLER, MARLENE J. RETAIL SALES- R.O.C. 4. LARR, DANNY IRVIN C0-OPERATIVE LARSON, LEON LEONARD COLLEGE PREP.-Hi-C 2lPresidentl3, Hall Monitor 4, Track 2-3. LAWRENCE, MARILYN ANN RETAIL SALES LINDBACK, NANCY LOU GENERAL-Conservation Club 2, Y-Teens 2-3-4llnter Club Representativel. LINDSTROM, AUDRIENNE SUE STENOGRAPHIC--A Cappella 2-3-4, G.A.A. 2. LINK, RAYMOND EMANUEL GENERAL-Band 2-3, Orchestra 2-3. LOOMIS, DONZY ANN COLLEGE PREP. -Speech Guild 2-3-4, G.A.A. 2-3, Conservation Club 2-3, F.T.A. 3-4, A Cappella 3-4, Y-Teens 4, Debate 4, French Club 3-4lPresidentl, National Honor Society 4. MAKEMSON, BARBARA LEE COLLEGE PREP. -Carmenla 2-3-4, Booster Club 2, Latin Club 2lTreasurerl, Thes- pians 3-4, Radio 3-4. MANCHESTER, ROBERT LEE GENERAL-Football 2-3-4, Track 2-3-4. MARS, MARILYN RUTH GENERAL-Chorus 2, A Cappella 3, Hi-C 3, F.A.A. 4. 107 MARTIN, JUANITA CLERICAL-Cheerleading 2-3-4, G.A.A. 2, Y-Teens 4, Hall Monitor 4. MASON, WILLIAM DONALD COLLEGE PREP. MAXWELL, CYNTHIA LOU COLLEGE PREP. . MAY, ELWYN JENNINGS COLLEGE PREP.-Track 3-4, Basketball 4. MAYROSE, JOHN PHILIP COLLEGE PREP. - Pro Musica 2-3lHistorianl4, French Club 2-3lHistorionl4ITreas urerl, Orchestra 2-3-4, Band 4lCoIor Guardl, Student Council 4. MAYO, NANCY ANN STENOGRAPHIC MAZADE, LOUISE ALICE RETAIL SALES - R.O.C, 3-4. MCNARLIN, HAROLD RETAIL SALES MEDENDORP, GORDON LEE DAY TRADE - Football 2, Track 2-4. MENGES, CHARLES PARKER COLLEGE PREP.-Band 2-3-4, Orchestra 2, Pro Musica Z-3-4, Spanish Club 2 lSecretaryl3-4, Conservation Club 2, Masque 3-4, Student Council 4, Sneech Guild 3-4lSecretoryl. MIDDLECAMP, GRACE AGNES COLLEGE PREP.--A Cappella 2-3-4, F.T.A. 2-3-4, National Honor Society 4, T.A.B. 2lHistorianl3-4lPresident 3-4l, MILLER, DARELL CARL TRADE 8. INDUSTRY MJOVIG, LEROY DUANE GENERAL MOESSNER, KATHRYN CHRISTINE COLLEGE PREP. -Band 2-3-4, Orchestra 2-3-4, Pro Musica 2-3-4. MOOERS, CAROLYN MALLOTTE COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club 2-3-4, Latin Club 2. MOON, NANCY COLLEGE PREP. -Latin Club 2, Booster Club 2, Student Council J, Y-Teens 3-4 lPresident 3-41, G.A,A. 2-344, A Cappella 2-3-4, Said and Done 4lBusiness Monagerl. MOORE, LYLE FRANK COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club 2, Hi-Y 2, Pro Musica 2, Band 2, French Club 3-4, Masque 3, Press Club 4, Keyhole 4. MORRIS, ALICE RAE COLLEGE PREP.-G.A.A. 2-3, Conservation Club 2-3, Dramatics 2, Speech Guild 3-4, Advanced Speech 3, Masque 2-3-4IPresidentl, Debate 4. MOSELER. MARY LOUISE GENERAL - Band 2-3-4, Orchestra 2-3-4, Pro Musica 2-3. MOREEN, IVALEEN CLERICAL - Y-Teens 2-3. MULREADY, MICHAEL KYRAN DAY TRADE-Sludenl Council 2, Tennis 3, Intramural Basketball 4. MURPHY, JEAN ANN , COLLEGE PREP. - A Caopello 2-3-4, lalin Club 2, Booster Club 2, Sludenl Coun- cil 2, Senale 2-3-4, G.A.A. 2-3-4, Conservalion Club 3, Y-Teens 3-4, Said and Done 4, Radio 4. MUSTARD, VERNON LEROY COLLEGE PREP. - Lolin Club 2. NEAL, JAMES ROGER COLLEGE PREP. - NELSON, JANET MAE COLLEGE PREP. -G.A.A. 2, F.T.A. 2, Y-Teens 3, A Cappella 4, Nalional Honor Sociely 4. NIELSEN, LORRAINE MARIE RETAIL SALES- R.O.C. 3-4. NOLEN, JANE CODY COLLEGE PREP. -Band 7-3-4, Orcheslro 2-3, Pro Musica 2-3-4, Carrnenla 2-3-4, Conservallon Club 2, latin Club 4, Y-Teens 4. NORTON, LARRY RETAIL SALES-Band 2-3-4, Pro Musica 3-4. NYGREN, DAVID EDWIN O'CONNOR, TERRY GENERAL OLSEN, MARY AGNES COLLEGE PREP. -Hi-C 7-3-4, Y-Teens 4, F.N.A. 4. OLSON, KAREEN M. GENERAL-Conservalion Club 3, Y-Teens 3. OUWERKERK, ARTHEA ANN COLLEGE PREP. - French Club 3-4, Y-Teens 3-4, A Cappella 4, Spanish Club 4. PANICI, AUGUST WILLIAM RETAIL SALES PATTISON, SHIRLEY ANN COLLEGE PREP. -- lalin Club 2-3, Y-Teens 3, Conservaiion Club 3. PAUL, HAROLD JAMES GENERAL-Track 3-4, Said and Done 3-4, Sludenl Council 4. hen' 5 .--.gm-S L- - ww EEA- . .V ik 'CWS RF 109 PEARCE, RONALD M, GENERAL - Bond 2-3-4, Pro Musica 2-3-4, A Cdppello 3-4. PEET, WENDELL J. COLLEGE PREP. - Football 2, Track 2. PETERSEN, SHIRLEY ANN GENERAL-G.A.A. 2-3-4lVice Presidenfl. PIXLEY, DOLORES JUNE BKKG. 8 ACC'TG. - Band 2-3-A. PIXLEY, LLOYD ELVERSON GENERAL - Pro Musica 2-3-4. POLAK, MARY JEAN GENERAL- Library Club 2, Speech Guild 2-3-4, Exchange Assembly 3, Radio 4. RADEMAKER, wiLuAM ,,,Z: TRADE 8 INDUSTRY - --I' f Q 'N QQ W . Pnsmco, MONICA ' omce TRAINING - n,o.c. 4. P PmNs, CAROL DEE I I' ' ' COLLEGE PREP. - Band 2, A Cappella 2-3, G.A.A. 2-3-4, latin Club 2, Y-Teens 2511- , A W 3-4, Conservation Club 3, Radio 4, National Thespians A, Senate 4. " "I RECKNAGLE, DEAN ARNOLD COLLEGE PREP. - Masque 3-4. REED, LOIS ELAINE RETAIL SALES-R.O.C. 3-A. REEK, WILLIAM EDGAR X, CO-OPERATIVE RICHARDS, CHARLES EUGENE COLLEGE PREP. - Band 2-3-4, Orchestra 2-3-4, Conservation Club 2. RILLEMA, GEORGE IRWIN RETAIL SALES- R.O.C. 3-4, ROBERTSON, DOROTHY EVELYN STENOGRAPHIC-Y-Teens 2-3, F,H. RODEWALD, WILLIAM OREN COLEGE PREP.-Orchestra 2-3-A, Pro Musica 2-3-A, Football 2-3-4, Track 2, Sludent Council 2-3-4, Booster Club 4, Conservation Club 2-3lVice Presidenll -4lPresidentl, ROJAN, GEORGE EDMOND GENERAL-Conservation Club 2, Golf 3-4. ROLLINS, JEAN LOUISE STENOGRAPHIC IIO GEORGE RILLEMA F .V an 5 f 1' ta 72 E 5 il '.Rfi5Nu"-W Q , 1 Q W, i ef' -wg.. .NN1 ,jbmvlk ROSE, ROBERT JAMES GENERAL ROWE, EVERETT ARNOLD COLLEGE PREP. RUSSELL, KATHLEEN GAIL STENOGRAPHIC-Conservalion Club 2, Boosler Club 2, G.A.A. 2 ,Y-Teens 2-3 Bowling 4. RUST, SHIRLEY YVONNE OFFICE TRAINING - R.O.C. 3-4. RYAN, PATRICIA ANN OFFICE TRAINING-G.A.A. 2-3, F.H.A. 2, R.O.C. 4. RYKE, RUTH JOANNA COLLEGE PREP.-A Cappella 2-3-A, Hi-C 2, F.T.A, 3. SAMPSON, JANET ELIZABETH STENOGRAPI-IIC-Y-Teens 2-3-A, Senate 3-4, Bowling A. SCHLUETER, DOROTHY JEAN STENOGRAPHIC SCHMIEDING, NEVA JOYCE CLERICAL-Buwling 3-4, Y-Teens 4. SCHMIDT, WAYNE WILLIAM COLLEGE PREP.-Sludenl Council 2-3-4, Conservulion Club 2. SCHUITEMAN, PAUL ARTHUR COLLEGE PREP. -Conservation Club 2-3, A Cappella 2-3-4. SCHUTTER, JANICE LEE GENERAL-A Cappella 2-3-4, G.A.A. 2-3. SEASTROM, JACK ELMER COLLEGE PREP.-Class Presidenl 3, Sfudenl Council 2-3-4IAssembly Commilleel Conservclion Club 2-3lHisIorlan-Reporlerl-4Ureosurerl. SEELMAN, JOHN MATHEW GENERAL - Conservulion Club 2-3-4. SEELYE, BARBARA LOUISE COLLEGE PREP. - Y-Teens 4, A Cappella 4. SEIFERS, RANDALL OFFICE TRAINING SEPURA, LEO JOHN COLLEGE PREP.-Tennis 2-3-4, Conservulion Club 2-3-4, SHAW, GERALD ALAN GENERAL SHERINGER, JOHN ROBERT COLLEGE PREP.--Band 2-3, Tennis 2-3-4, Conservation Club 2. SHERWOOD, KENNETH WAYNE TRADE G INDUSTRY SHOCKEY, DONALD PAUL DAY TRADE-PRINTING SIBSON, JOHN JOSEPH COLLEGE PREP. -lovin Club 2. SIROTKO, THEODORE F. COLLEGE PREP. --Band 2-3-4, Tennis 2-3-4, Conservafion Club 2. SMITH, CAROLYN JUNE COLLEGE PREP.-Conservulion Club 3-4, Hi-C 3-4, Y-Teens 3-4, Dramalics 3 Debole 4. SMITH, EMRIE ANN OFFICE TRAINING--F.H.A. 2, Y-Teens 4, R,O.C. 3-4. SMITH, JACQUELINE SUE STEN GRAPHIC S nule 234 A Cu ella 234 GAA 23, Nalionol Honor O - e - - . on - - . . . . - Socialy 3-4lSac1elaryl, lulin Club 2, Library Club 2, Y-Teens 4. SMITH, REGINALD RAY COLLEGE PREP. - Conservulion Club 2-3, Hi-Y 2-3. SQUIRE. NANCY IRIS COLLEGE PREP. -Press Club 4, Lafin Club 2-3lTreasurerl-4lVice Presidenll. STADT. NANCY GRACE COLLEGE PREP. -G.A.A. 2-3-4, Y-Teens 4, A Cappella 2-3-4, STANLEY, VIRGINIA LOUISE GENERAL-G.A.A. 3. STEINEQ, MATTHEW WILLIAM COLLEG PREP.- Lalin Club 2, Conservation Club 2, Sludenl Council 2, STERNBURGH, YVONNE CAROLYN CLERICAL-Y-Teens 2-3-4, Hi-C 2-3-4, Chorus 2, A Cappella 3-4, F.H.A. 2-3 lSecrelaryl 4, R.O.C. 4, G.A,A. 2-3, Sludenv Council 3, Boosler Club 2. STRICKLER. MARY ALVINA RETAIL SALES-R.O.C. 3-4, Bowling 2-3lPresidenll. SWANSON, MARILYN JEAN CO-OPERATIVE-Conservolion Club 2, Band 2-3-4, Pro Musica 3, G.A.A. 2-3 Y-Teens 2-3-4, R.O.C. 4. SWIFT, BARBARA LOUISE GENERAL-Chorus 2, A Cappella 3-4lSecrelaryl, G.A.A. 2-3-4, Baasler Club 2 Chesvleuding 2, Cluxs Vice Presidenl 3, Speech Guild 4, Y-Teens 4. THOMPSON, SUZANNE STENOGRAPHIC THORSON, MARY LOU COLLEGE PREP. TINDALL, GLENNA RAE GENERAL- Hi-C 2-3-4. TODD, DAVID CARL COLLEGE PREP.-Debate 3-4, Forensics 3-4, Speech Guild 3-4lVice-Presidentl, Student Council 2-3lSgt-ot-Armsl. TYRRELL, SHIRLEY RETAIL SALES - R.O.C. 4, VANDEBOEGH, BARBARA LOUISE COLLEGE PREP. VANDEKOPPEL, JOYCE MARLENE STENOGRAPHIC-Hi-C 2-3, A Cappella 2-3-4, library Club 2. VEIHL, SHIRLEY MARIE GENERAL-Bond 2-3-4, Orchestra 4, Pro Musica 3-4, Keyhole 4. VERWAY, DIANE JANE OFFICE TRAINING-Press Club 3, R.O.C. 4. VLEDDER, MARILYN JOYCE COLLEGE PREP. -Latin Club 2, Y-Teens 4, Conservation Club 3. VUGTEVEEN, MARY ELLEN V COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club 2, Carmenta 2-3-4, Band 2-3-4, Orchestra 2-3-4, Pro Musica 2-3-4, Latin Club 2, French Club 3, Y-Teens 4, Co-ed Council 2-3-4, Student Council 2. WACHTER, GLORA MAE OFFICE TRAINNIG WALSWORTH, LOWELL FRANK COLLEGE PREP. -A Cappella 3-4lPresidentl, Track 3, Football 4, Latin Club 3, Student Council 3-4. WALTON, JOSEPH WILLIAM COLLEGE PREP. WANTZ, SHIRLEY MAE GENERAL - Keyhole 3. WARREN, ALICE MARIE COLLEGE PREP. -Latin Club 2, A Cappella 2, G,A.A. 2-3-4, Conservation Club 2-3, Student Council 3, Carmenta 2-3-4, Y-Teens 4, Keyhole 4. WARREN, MAUDELLA COLLEGE PREP. -A Cappella 2-3-4lTreasurerl, G.A.A. 2-3, Senate 3-4, Masque 3-4lSecretoryI, Y-Teens 4, WESTFIELD, NELDA DIANNE GENERAL WHITE, BARBARA JEAN COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club 2-3-4, Cheerleader 2-3-4, G.A.A. 2-3lSec- retary-Treasurerl-4lHistarianI, Carmenta 2-3-4lVice-Presidentl, Chorus 2, A Cao- pella J-4, Booster Club 2, Student Council 3-4lSecretary 3-41, Masque 3-4lPar- limentarianl, Y-Teens 4, Hall Monitor 4, Keyhole 4, Homecoming Attendent 3 Homecoming Queen 4. IIA DAVID TODD WWA ii. WICKERINK, RUSSELL LEE COLLEGE PREP. -Conservotian Club 2. WIERENGA, BETTE ANN COLLEGE PREP. - Latin Club 2, G.A.A. 2-3, A Cappella 2-34, Conservation Club 2, Bowling 2. WIERENGO, CHARLES EDWARD RETAIL SALES WIERSMA, MARGARET MARY COLLEGE PREP.-Orchestra 2-3-4, Band 4IColor Guardl, Pra Musica 2-3-4, Y- Teens 4, Student Council 4, latin Club 2-3lPragram Chairmanl4lPresidentl. WIGHTMAN, JOHN GREGORY COLLEGE PREP, -Studenl Council 2-3-4IPresidentl, Conservation Club Qllleparterl -3lTreasurerl, Speech Guild 2-3lTreasurerl4lPresidentl, A Cappella 2-3-4, Tennis 2, Track 4, Co-ed Council 3, Mosque 3-4lTreasurerl, Debate 4. WILKINSON, MARY LYNNE STENOGRAPHIC WILLETT, JOYCE ANN GENERAL WILSON, JUDY ANN COLLEGE PREP.-Cheerleading 2, G.A.A. 2-3-4, Conservation Club 2, Carmenta 2-3-4, Latin Club 2, Chorus 2, Booster Club 2, Spanish Club 3, Hall Monitor 3, A Cappella 3, Yffeens 4, Radio 4. WISEMAN, WILLIAM JAMES COLLEGE PREP.-Conservation Club 2, Student Council 4. WOLTERS, BONNIE JANE COLLEGE PREP.-Latin Club 2-3lSecreturyl, Pro Musica 2-Slfreasurerll, Band 2-3-4, Orchestra 2-3-4. WOOD, RUTH ELLEN STENOGRAPHIC WRIGHT, HARRIET RETAIL SALES - R.0.C. 3. WYMAN, BARBARA JEANNE COLLEGE PREP. -Latin Club 4lSecrelaryl. YOUNG, MARIANNE LOUISE COLLEGE PREP. -G.A.A. 2-3-4, Conservation Club 2-3-4. CLARK, JERRY JOSEPH TRADE I. INDUSTRY- R.O.C. 4. ll5 ANDERSON, ALGER JOSEPH TRADE I- INDUSTRY CLARKE, MARVIN WILLIAM GENERAL - Football 2-3-4. CLUCHEY, RUSSELL DECEASED DECEMBER CRAGO, LOIS RUTH RETAIL SALES-Conservarion Club CROSS, DONALD FRANK DAY TRADE DEAN, WILSON P. Pictures not available 2, Hi-C 2, G.A.A. 2, R.O.C. 3-4. LINK, THOMAS LEROY TRADE 8. INDUSTRY MAHONEY, PAT ANN OFFICE TRAINING-R.O.C. 3-4, Edilor-Chapter Chatter. MAKIE, ROBERT LEE DAY TRADE MARKS, BETTY ELLEN CLERICAL-Y-Teens 2-3-4, F.H.A. 3. NUGENT, JERRY DAVID GENERAL- A Cappella 2, Band 2, R.O.C. 3. RADEMAKER, PATRICIA LEE CO-OPERATIVE-Y-Teens 2-3, Booster Club 2, G.A.A. 2. GENERAL -Sludenf Council 2, Library Club 2-3-4lPresidenfl, French Club 2, Radio 3, Keyhole 3. DAGEN, NORMAN DUANE GENERAL-Faolball 2-3-4, Baseball 2-3-4, Basketball 2, Radio 3. DOOM, FRANK GRANT GENERAL HENRL COLLEGE PREP. HUGHES, RAYMOND CHARLES GENERAL-A Cappella 2-3-4, Fr JENSEN, DICK VALDEMAR TRADE G INDUSTRY- Tumbling 2. KORAL GENERAL SHIRLEY ANNE IDA MAE LEROUX, EUGENE ERNEST GENERAL - Track 2-3. ench Club 31597-af-Armsl4. RUNNELS, ROBERT L. GENERAL SAWDEY, MARGERY MAE GENERAL-Chorus 2-3, Glee Club 2, Band 2-3, Class Treasurer 3. SCHANER, JEROME EVO GENERAL-Camera Club 2-3lSecrelaryl, Conservallon Club 2-4, Spanish Club 2-3. SISCHO, JACK FAY GENERAL SMITH, WILLIE JAMES DAY TRADE - Intramural Basketball 4. SUZOR, JOSEPH LOUIS GENERAL-Baskelball 2, Conservalion Club 2-3-4. VANDERSTELT, WILLIAM FRANCIS GENERAL ll6 The long awaited moment. Morrie Bectel, Barb White, Larry Bonifield, John Wightman and Sue LaCore were candidates for Said and Done's Homecoming celebration. joel Boydcn briefs classmates on athletic trophies won during the past three years. li 'l x gi e S 7 Q Q Q C Q Q U Q C Q L x' Q.' 2 'Q Q +9 W ooM.H Undergr aduates Q On their way up 'lihc ,luniors .tru gctting into thc stride of Scnior High activities. Many partici- ,NAIC in xxirious OI'g.ll1lA1IlOI1S and t.1l4c .in .ictivc leadership in their projects. Thcir major .ichicvcmcnt of the year w.is the irl:ClJl'Ll.1l'f' l'l1i1t.1sy," mid-term prom. honoring thc lfubrunry gratlrintcs. Berthetta Davis, Rodger Johnson, joan Maring, Karen Kalk, and john Schu- macker get a bang out of watching kids "goofing off" on third floor. TOP TO BOTTOM - FIRST ROW: Abbofi, Kay, Arnson, Carol, Bailey, Margaref, Barbrick, August, Beoucamp, Norman, SECOND ROW: Belton, Robert, Bench, Nola, Bernardini Angela, Blevins, Roger, Borgeson, Carl, THIRD ROW: Branch Nancy, Broh, Marvin, Brown, Carol, Brown, Mary, Buit, Marilyn, FOURTH ROW: Carr, Marva, Colton, Patricia, Cook Behy, Cowles, Arlene, Cross, Sandra, FIFTH ROW: Daulf, Clifford, David, leannene, DeMarr, Dale, Dempsey, Gerry, DeYoung, Elaine, SIXTH ROW, Dobb, Carol, Dobb, Joan Egner, David, Elzinga, Marilyn, Fuller, Terry, SEVENTH ROW, Green, Patsy, Hall, Carlie, Harrington, Nancy, Hodges, Sharon, Hoover, Carol, EIGHTH ROW: Hopkins, lesler, Howard Richard, Hildrefh, Mariarie, Hughes, Nancy, Huizenga, Dorofhy, NINTH ROW: Israel, Dick, Jedrezak, Sally, Johnson, Barbara, Johnson, Behy, Johnson, Kenneih, TENTH ROW Johnson, Kent, Johnson, Moriean, Klang, Sally, King, Leon, Knevirf, Shorlynn, ELEVENTH ROW: Kolkemo, Dick, Kuck, David, Keillor, Virginia, lunge, Rollie, larabee, Shirley TWELFTH ROW: Larson, Jack, Lindsfrorn, Carl, lorenz, Roy, Maibauer, Bob, Morehouse, Jack. xt Q: -i - ,:,g5E.., -ww? .X H : - - .-, . 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TOP TO BOTTOM - FIRST ROW, Ahneieldt, Nancy, Aldred, Rosemary, Alexander, Barbara, Aley, Patsy, SECOND ROW, Anderson, Donna, Anderson, Donna, Anderson, Iris, Anderson, Marvin, THIRD ROW, Anderson, Pol, Archombault, Judie, Archer, Merritt, Ashcroft, Sondra, FOURTH ROW, Atkins, lanita, Balcom, Don, Balcom, Nancy, Ballas, Her- cules, FIFTH ROW, Barnes, Charlene, Barnhardt, Larry, Barber, Janet, Barrett, Don, SIXTH ROW: Bortmon, Barb, Barton, Donna Jean, Basham, Jan, Bastian, Norma, SEVENTH ROW, Boyne, loan, Bayalr, Roger, Bectel, Jerry, Beclrtel, Terry, EIGHTH ROW: Beegle, Robert, Bell, Pat, Belmonte, Frances, Berggren, Jean NINTH ROW, Bigelow, Karen, Black, Colon, Btamer, David, Blohm, Darrel, TENTH ROW: Blohm, Patricia, Bloomquist, Martha, Bodenhammer, Diane, Boes, Richard, ELEVENTH ROW: Borns, Keith, Bowen, Bill, Bourdo, Donna, Bowman, Patricia, TWELFTH ROW, Brodfiald, John, Brace, Dave, Branch, Joan, Brentana, Donald. 1- '5' Q ,AH ,7' 7" ,, I 'E Wi, ' - I I f' -5. 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To better and brighter days, TOP TO BOTTOM -- FIRST ROW: Fairfield, Roy, Fairfield, Sally, Farquhar, Norma, Farr, James, SECOND ROW, Fay, Sally, Fett, Shirley, Felcoski, lorraine, Fellman, Maralee, THIRD ROW, Fielstra, Bill, Finkler, Mary Lou, Firestone, Roberta, Fischer, Marie, FOURTH ROW, Fitch, Bill, Flowers, Bob, Flowers, Bob, Fongers, Connie, FIFTH ROW, Fortney, Steve, Fowler, Laura, Fox, Wilma, Frampton, Patricia, SIXTH ROW, Frasier, Karen, Fultz, John, Furbush, Danny, Gardner, Greta, SEVENTH ROW, Gates, Robert, Gelinas, Bob, Genter, Roland, Gereau, Dolores, EIGHTH ROW, Getz, Bernard, Gillard, Bob, Gleason, Jerry, Golden, Gloria, NINTH ROW, Gonzalez, Gloria, Gordon, Betty, Gorlesky, lois, Gray, Pat, TENTH RONV: Greene, Arlene, Greeno, Gerald, Grim, Nancy, Gritzmaker, Jerry, ELEVENTH ROW, Gronberg, James, Gusrafson, Philip, Haken, Arlene, Hall, Stuart, TWElFTH ROW, Hamil, John, Hariu, Ellice, Harris, Susanne, Harp, larry. 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' ' ' W 'S r-'R 1 D-wi r T 4 5 F ' TOP TO BOTTOM -- FIRST ROW, Haughey, Lois, Hawk, Leonard, Hazekama, Elaine, Heidemann, Yvonne, SECOND ROW, Hieftie, lorella, Hill, Pal, Hill, Pauline, Hepler, Fred, THIRD ROW, Holly, Lyle, Holmes, Richard, Holmgren, Peg, Hoerle, Marvin, FOURTH ROW, Horseley, Barbara, Houseman, Joan, Huffman, Diane, Hughes, Joan, FlFTH ROW, Hunler, John, Hullenga, Gordon, Johnson, Arlene, Johnson, Roberl, SIXTH ROW, Johnson, Ronald, James, Carole, Jones, Clemone, Joneson, Jane, SEVENTH ROW, Karel, Henry, Kelly, Bill, Kiel, Marilyn, Kienke, Marlene, EIGHTH ROW, Kleyn, lois, Klinger, Rulh, Kluck, Bob, Korlman, Marion, NINTH ROW, Kowalski, JoAnn, Kramer, Marianne, Kroll, Pai, Krueger, Jack, TENTH ROW, Kunz, Janice, lambkin, Gayle, laNoueNe, Marva, loPoinle, Burnell, ELEVENTH ROW, LaVere, Julie, lehman, Janel, lindsirom, Ran, long, Paul, TWELFTH ROW, Loughery, Mary Ann, Lowry, Dick, Lusk, Jeanelle, Maddox, Bill. But problems beset them .... TOP TO BOTTOM - FIRST ROW, Molxburg, Jerry, Marceau, Janice, Marshall, Joyce, Marcus, Cooper, SECOND ROW, Mark, David, Markham, Rose, Morse, Beverly, Morrin, Bruce, THIRD ROW, Martinez, Tony, Marlz, Roger, Masslrohr, Bill, Mallhews, Don, FOURTH ROW, Mathews, Palricia, Mallhews, Pal, Maifeson, Marcia, McCall, Nancy, FIFTH ROW, McCallum, Harry, McClure, Monle, McGregor, Peg, Mclnrire, Virginia, SIXTH ROW, McMichael, Donna, McMillan, JoAnn, Medlin, Charles, Meyers, Barbara, SEVENTH ROW, Middlecamo, Gordon, Miller, Shela, Moon, Linda, Monroe, Charles, EIGHTH ROW, Morrell, llene, Mulder, Phyllis, Mulroady, Kaihryn, Murphy, Roger, Nedervelt, Mary, Nelson, Jeon, Nelson, Ron, Nelson, Shirley, NINTH ROW, Nelson, Wanda, Norris, Phillip, O'Brien, Earl, Ogren, Bill, TENTH ROW, Ohsf, Vivian, Paquin, Joyce, Paiow, Connie, Paulik, Tony, ElEVENTH ROW, Parks, Dave, Parsons, Janel, Pall, Virginia, Pallerson, Dail, 1: ,- gzf A ta as ' . w 'A , J 4 72 Z :"' . of x Ava, 5 1 'Alt I If N is T Q I l ii . 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Which challenge their ambitions. THIRD ROW: Dale, Carol, Joyce, TOP TO BOTTOM - FIRST ROW, Stanley, Anna, Stathis, Nina, Stidham, Shirley, Stone, Bob, SECOND ROW, Strong, Larry, Swanson, Carla, Swanson, Julie Ann, Swift, Charles, d K T' Mar Thies Bill Thomas Priscilla, FOURTH ROW- Thompson Jeanette, Taman, Arlona, Tuebilcock, Jennifer, Vanderburg, Paul, FIFTH ROW Janice, Varin THIRD ROW: Swor s, ay, lmmer, y, , , , , . , VanderKoai, Ruth, VanderWall, Bernard, Vanderzyl, Roger, Van Dyke, Robert, Wurtz, Danny, SIXTH ROW: Van Eenenaam, Isla, Van Maastricht, Lou, Van Riper, Fred, Yonkers, Russell, SEVENTH ROW, Veitenheimer, Sally, Von Glahn, Noel, Vredeveld, Norma, Walker, Patricia, Zielinski, Donna, EIGHTH ROW, Walker, SUIIYP Wellbef, Ernest, Web. BBIIYI ZIQIIOWJ Rollin? NINTH ROW1 WESI. Pct, WBSIDIWI, Joan, Wheeler, Loretta, Whisler, Shirley, Pedersen, Sharon, TENTH louise, Wiest, Joyce, Wilde, Jim, Williams, Caroline, ELEVENTH ROW, Wilson, Joanne, Wilson, Mary, Winters, Carolyn, Wioskowski, Theresa, TWELFTH Patrick, Wood, Gill, Wood, Jack, Workman,nJoan, ROW, ROW, Peter, Warner Wiese Wirtz I I I 4 I I J f I , f I 'ers ,,, .J an ,s r, ' 4, R W J .Q I itl if , Q. r, ' A 5 1. H J "sf ,12 B fi -if X , ,iv ' if xi 5: X gh H ,.- . sll -:--vv:-:' , ,,A,- 2 ',,, ..,--.l ,. - K . - 4. S' ili I , ,, r , ,Af r W' , V at ' Z if lhzn In llbl PAQ: J I V ., ,, lbl t H ,,,,, '..,..,,. . It rl l, 1 ik, ., ,, ,::-v:E , :QZ ,V .,E, I I E-in Zz si i'i' , I ir ,, , S I I J 'Y I is A,'.: I :.,::5 - ,:-: li' . I I I I I in 8 in ,.,. in ,,, ,. ',": ,1 , ' -' .lulz H ' lzll 5 V' T , . , r f , .--- . , , I Il' 5 if' I .,.,,,.. b W I -"'. I "':--,' P -I :I :f,-: L ::- tj zzz I --ll V f v Avvl .::..,: 4 I By now thc Sophomores tire ncljtistctl to Senior lligh routines nntl are beginning to find it place in the life of our school. They contribute an essential quality to our student body v- namely, at refreshing eagerness. Gordon Rnthotf explains to Tom Thompson, Eleanor Langson, and Nancy Klnyf how he did his algebra. Sophomores lay their foundations . . . . TOP TO BOTTOM -- FIRST ROW Ander on, R' h I A b f - rr urr, me erg, Jan, Ashley, Bernard, Baldwin, Sandle, Beadle, Sally, SECOND ROW: Bishop, Jerry, Bleich, Edward, Brownlaw, Jerry, Brutladl, Einar, Carlson, Carl, THIRD ROW- Chapin, Barbara, Compeau, Dick, Cooper, Lewis, Cousineau, Vivian, Crothers, June, FOURTH ROW, Curtis, Patsy, David, David, Defouw, Russell, DeVries, Lois, Deyoung, Karen, FIFTH ROW, Domant, Arlene, Domcnt, Norene, Duncan, James, Edluna, John, Egner, Janet, SIXTH ROW: Engstrom, Sharon, Estepp, Marlene, Fairley, Regina, Filius, Roger, Finkhouse, Monty, SEVENTH ROW, Flannery, Harriett, Fox, Bill, Gee, Virginia, George, Patricia, Gilford, Dick, EIGHTH ROW Greer, Pot, Grey, Phil, Hamel, Shirley, Hardin, Melba, Harker, Richard, NINTH ROW: Hathaway, Robert, Heethuis, Carol, Herman, Dorris, Hammes, Carol, Jacobs, Ron- ald, TENTH ROW Jarles, Clarence, Jensen, Narann, Johnson, Darlene, Johnson, David, Kendall, Gloria, ELEVENTH ROW, Keur, Ron, Klasno, Eloda, Kachin, Nancy, Knoll, Arlene, Kraare, Cheryl, TWELFTH ROW lnraber-, Nancy, laRue, Mary Lau, leMieux, Carol, Martin, Carol, Marse, Joan. b ws A 5 xl c 'Ss 1 in su I 1' 1 'rw rr- F y ns: 'L pg.. 4 " I 9. 1 .' 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I ew : A ' 3 1 'T wg? , if if Q A 1 N E 4, 0 TOP TO BOTTOM - FIRST ROW: Mundt, Karen, Neibarger, Harold, Peters, Gail, my -I ff- K ma V 4, .I ,,. wi if A, K 1 lb., 0, 25,1 ' in V ,, I sift V W NA. 1 ,aff 1 Q 4 Petersen, Quinton, SECOND ROW: Nelson, Lynalice, Nelson, Ramona, Olson, Ronnie, Patrick, Vic, THIRD ROW, Plekes, Paul, Poland, Sydney, Poslema, Joanne, Polls, Carolyn, FOURTH ROW: Potts, Tom, Poulas, Peter, Rarnerez, Margaret, Reed, Darlene, FIFTH ROW, Reed, Milton, Ott, Richard, Saylor, Jim, Saxton, Harriet, SIXTH ROW, Scotl, Ron, Shaffer, Gaylord, Sheaffer, I Charles, Smith, Mary lou, SEVENTH ROW: Smith, Ken, Smith, Marilyn, Slebelton, Shirley, Stewart, Mike, EIGHTH ROW: Slorm, Marilyn, Stout, Phyllis, gy, Swain, Marlene, Sutcliffe, Jim, NINTH ROW: Sweeter, Judith, Thompson, Bruce, Twiesl, Gilbert, Twining, Clark, TENTH ROW: Versalle, Pat, Vledder, Joann, , VUSSI Paul: Vfedeveld, JUYCS: El-EVENTH ROW: W0if1WI'l9h'. NGUCYJ Walters, Joan, Wasner, Russell, Westgate, Charles, TWELFTH ROW: Weaver, Daniel- V Westfield, Monte, Wierengo, Dick, Williams, Dick, Wolford, Roberta. In classes, societies and sports. TOP TO BOTTOM - FIRST ROW: Achenbach, Joan, Akerley, Larry, Albright, Georgia, Alderink, Sallie, SECOND ROW: Amburgey, Donald, Anderson, Beth, Anderson, Carolyn, Anderson, Emanuel, THIRD ROW, Anderson, Gerald, Anderson, Irvi-ng, Anderson, Janet, Anderson, Linda, FOURTH ROW: Anderson, Marlene, Anderson, Sue, Andrews, Susan, Aney, Bonneta, FIFTH ROW, Appel, Dave, Archer, Marvin, Arsnoe, Glen, Ashley, Barbara, SIXTH ROW: Ashley, Sandy, Baker, Bcrbara, Baker, Fred, Balaban, Mary lou, SEVENTH ROW, Balcom, Ann, Barber, Jeanne, Barnes, Milton, Barringer, Alex, EIGHTH ROW, Barry, Arla, Bauer, Lorenz, Beck, Henry, Beck, Shirley, NINTH ROW, Becker, Mariorie, Becker, Paul, Bectel, Dick, Beegle, Barbara, TENTH ROW, Beesing, Jon, Belasco, Clara, Bell, Barbara, Bench, John, ELEVENTH ROW, Benham, Patrick, Berdinski, Barbara, Berg- man, Bonnie, Berson, Carol, TWELFTH ROW: Bollenbacher, Gloria, Bollhouse, Jim, Boniernoor, Marilyn, Bont, Don. ,I ,ag .:., A 2 , I L 4, , t l iul , A5 M, L K, N EE aw 55 1 as-Q , I E II MSW, ,., E I W N, : V y V as I - I I 'A -g I fe-Q " -l:- I -I I If fe r fa are I.. 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A -s A TOP TO BOTTOM - FIRST ROW, Bonl, Sally, Bowman, Beverly, Bowman, Ted, Blakely, Charles, SECOND ROW: Bloadgood, Mary Ellen, Blow, Paul, Borns, Granl, Brodfield Garry, THIRD ROW: Bradlueld, larry, Bramer, Bobbie, Brommer, Jim, Broverman, Terry, FOURTH ROW: Broge, Jerry, Brown, Jessie, Brown, Ray, Brumm, Gordon, FIFTH ROW Brusseau, Vernon, Buikema, Roberia, Burgess, Rodger, Burgess, Jack, SIXTH ROW: Burmeisfor, Harry, Burr, Carol, Byrnes, Sandro, Calkins, lenaru, SEVENTH ROW: Canning Pon, Carlisle, Bernard, Carlson, Sue, Carlson, Janel, EIC-HTH ROW: Caroll, Roberl, Cariy, Sue, Corvey, Ken, Callley, Joyce, NINTH ROW, Chambers, Barbara, Cheones, Connie Chidesier, Beverly, Chrislensen, Amelia, TENTH ROW, Cline, Phyllis, Coleman, Jim, Coleman, Jo Ann, Collinge, Judy, ELEVENTH ROW: Collins, Bill, Colvard, Rulh Ann, Colvin Sandra: Comiorl, Beverly, TWELFTH ROW: Compion, Gwenlyn, Cook, Marshall, Coon, Wayne, Coaner, Darlene. They learn to meet competition .... TOP TO BOTTOM - FIRST ROW: Christiansen, JoAnn, Coates, Judy, Carliss, Dan, Coia, Phillip, SECOND ROW: Cox, Dixie, Cox, Sondra, Crisi, James, Crosby, Pal, THIRD ROW: Curlis, Mari, Cwynar, Bob, Dahlauisl, Carol, D'Alcorn, David, FOURTH ROW: Daniels, Terry, Davis, Berlherla, Davis, Carole, Davis, Douglas, FIFTH ROW: Darwin, Janice, DeMann, Sharon, Dennison, loverno, Dennis, Pal, SIXTH ROW: Dephouse, Don, DeVrios. Donald, DeYoung, Thomas, Dill, Almarie, SEVENTH ROW: Dobb, lorry, Doclar, Janice- Daom, Sylvia, Doubles, Allen, EIGHTH ROW: Driscoll, David, Dunbar, Shirley, Durom, Janice, Dulmer, Ron, NINTH ROW, Engquisl, Evelyn, Erickson, Jackie, Escareno Joe, Fairlield, Caramal, TENTH ROW: Foirlield, Jack, Fairfield, Jerry, Farr, Lois, Feensiro, Roger, ELEVENTH ROW: Ferrell, Pairicia, Field, Carol, Fiizgerald, Bonnie, Filius, Ronald- TWELFTH ROW, Folger, Clarene, Foy, Norman, Flannery, James, Florez, Mary. 1 N, .',. - ., .. 45 9 -Ur "' fi' in , R . ' M- ' ' 'll K M Y ' 4 A A f, Z , . . 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" ' ...-' " I 'ga ' G Donna Gagnar Bill Gallagher, TOP TO BOTTOM -1 FIRST ROW: Frazier, Dorothy, Fredricks, Ben, French, James, Frishette, Douglas, SECOND ROW: Frizzell, Janice, age, , , , Jim, THIRD ROW, Gangwer, Carol, Gordenour, Doris, Gedmin, Sydney, Getts, Gladys, FOURTH ROW, Gereau, Gail, Goodling, Judy, Grammar, Virginia, Grant, Bill, FIFTH ROW- Groeneveld, Bill, Grim, Kay, Green, Keith, Gunter, Eddie, SIXTH ROW, Gustafson, Paul, Gustafson, Janice, Haan, Alice, Haley, Nancy, SEVENTH ROW, Hagstrom, Judy, Hamm, Pat, Hamel, Tom, Handy, Larry, EIGHTH ROW, Hansen, Daniel, Hanson, Grace, Happeny, Judy, Hariie, Lawrence, NINTH ROW, Hart, Carol, Hartman, Marilyn, Hartsema, Mor- Iene, Hartwell, Nancy, TENTH ROW: Hassedall, Alyce, Hazard, Michael, Howard, Carolyn, Hearl, Donna, ELEVENTH ROW, Heeres, Dale, Hegbloom, Dean, Heisser, Dick, Heller, Nina Lou, TWELFTH ROW: Herald, Darlene, Herman, Wilma, Herrick, Carolyn, Herrington, Sheri. And work toward a common goal. TOP TO BOTTOM - FIRST ROW: Hill, laura, Hill, Judy, Hiller, Wendy, Hilt, Charles, SECOND ROW, Hinkley, Eleanor, Holcomb, Joyce, Holland, Bertha, Homfeld, Bob, THIRD ROW: Hoover, Richard, Houghtaling, loran, Hovey, Leon, Howard, Bob, FOURTH ROW: Huddlestun, Gary, Hughes, Mardell, Huizenga, Floyd, Hunt, Irwin, FIFTH ROW, lndgier, Jerry, Israel, Earl, Iverson, Janet, Jackson, William, SIXTH ROW, Jensen, Arlene, Jensen, Marva, Jensen, Maynard, Johnson, Carol, SEVENTH ROW, Johnson, David, Johnson, Guerdon, Johnson, Janice, Johnson, Leonard, EIGHTH ROW, Johnson, Naomi, Johnson, Roger K., Johnson, Roger L., Johnson, Sandra, NINTH ROW: Jones, Pete, Josephson, Luann, Juergens, Maryann, Kalk, Karen, TENTH ROW: Kalman, Fred, Kaminski, Phillip, Karis, Paul, Keeler, Richard, ELEVENTH ROW: Kempker, Harold, Kennedy, ' ' - ' K' G rdon, Kinsley, Frank, Kirkpatrick, Robert, Knoll, Kathleen. David, Kennedy, Temple, Kerstung, Robert, TWELFTH ROW. ing, o . . K I 1. .,.. I I "'q iw TQ -Q . zl. 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TOP TO BOTTOM -- FIRST ROW: Mazado, Eyvonne: McCaIIum,.Mary: McCann, Karen: McClain, LeRoy: SECOND ROW: McCres, Eilean: McClure, Jerry: McDonald, Shirley: McGataam, Dorothy, THIRD ROW: McGroin, Pat: McSorley, Sondra: Mead, Janet: Meara, Donna: FOURTH ROW: Mell, Richard: Mendhom, JoAnn: Messerschmidt, Dale: Miller, Bill: FIFTH ROW: Miller, lone: Miller, Nancy: Miller, Ronald: Mitchell, Albert: SIXTH ROW: Mitchell, Alice: Mitchell, Joyce: Mizsrek, Karen: Moore, Jon: SEVENTH ROW: Moore, Marvo: Morrall, Rasalie: Morrison, Beverly: Moser, Sharon: EIGHTH ROW: Mudge, Betty: Murphy, Mary: Nicolai, Bernadette: Nicolai, Yvonne: NINTH ROW: Nipges, Barbara: Nixon, Carolyn, Olsen, Tom: Olson, Lois: TENTH ROW: Olson, Richard: Oosting, Betty Lou: Oasting, Tam: Orcatt, Kenneth: ELEVENTH ROW: Orwick, Barbara: Osborn, Marcia: Osborn, Mary: Oslcnd, Judy: TWELFTH ROW: Ouwerkerk, Shirley: Paxsen, Jackie: Peacock, Betty: Peel, Carol. , 'E SQL rt - rr: W KYB: . - I 7 V 1 , . : .. 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Become a part of their heritage, TOP TO BOTTOM - FIRST ROW: Sandberg, Gary: Sargent, Sally: Saunders, Jack: Schaefer, Herbert: SECOND ROW: Schaefer, Jorome: Schmidt, Betty: Schmidt, Marilyn Schotlen, Marilyn: THIRD ROW: Schott, Adde Lou: Schroeder, Arlen: Schumacher, John: Schumacker, Sally: FOURTH ROW: Scott, Martha: Seelman, Rachelle: Sells, Ruth: Shetterly Jackie: FIFTH ROW: Shineldicker, Burton: Shullenberger, Sally: Shunk, Jerry: Signs, Judy: SIXTH ROW: Sikkenga, Judith: Simonson, June: Simpkins, Raymond: Simpson, Nancy SEVENTH ROW: Skinner, Don: Slattery, Allen: Sloan, Jim: Smack, Joseph: EIGHTH ROW: Smith, leRoy: Smith, Robert: Smith, Roberta: Smith, Ronald: NINTH ROW: Snook, Nancy St. Amand, John: Stein, Marilyn: Stein, Nancy: TENTH ROW: Stewart, Mary: Stiller, Donna: Stirling, Paul: Stone, Barbara: ELEVENTH ROW: Stoops, Jaan: Stapel, Della: Stranz Harold: Strickler, Evelyn: TWELFTH ROW: Stringhan, Patricia: Strong, Leigh: Strong, Ronald: Sturgeon, Darlene. , ,:, :v fy we iii : J: ee. wr W re' pew :eg ee ,i,, ref crtr ,Af ew: A me ' W' r 1 '-'. 1 - I + .... 7 , " .. . , . , X V: ,--v--' I Ig, -v.,. .-. 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Beclricrr VonderMolen, Isabella: Vcndersvelr, Ray: EIGHTH ROW: VanderVeIde, Marilyn, VanDyke, Tom, Venske, Dave: Visseher, Joan, NINTH ROW: Voss, JoAnn, Waalkes, Marlin: Wall, Frances, Wanger, Francis, TENTH ROW: Warner, Garden: Walsan, Sharon, Weaver, Dong Websfer, Nancy, ELEVENTH ROW: Work, Nancy, Weisner, Wayne, Welch, Norma, Wheeler, Dudley: TWELFTH ROW: Wickland, Warren, Wickland, Wendelg Wier, Sally: Wierda, lim. Which they preserve and transmit. TOP TO BOTTOM A-f FIRST ROW Wilk, Dennis, Wilkerson, Dan, Wilkerson, James, Williams, Lea: SECOND ROW- WI":um-.en, Dan, Wilson, Carol, Wilson, Peggy: Wilson, Shirley, THIRD ROW: Wil' lonburg, Ariane, Wiseman, Barbara, Wirham, Dick, Wilrkonp, Connell, FOURTH ROW: Wolff, lean none, Wolverran, Ilea, Woadring, Ken, Workman, Harvey, FIFTH ROW: Workman, Karen: Worthing, Bill, Wrighl, Allan: Yarns, Jellery, SIXTH ROW, Young, Emily, Young, Norma, Zudyk, Pal: Zielinski, lack, SEVENTH ROW Zimmer, Ken: Zimmerman, Carolg Zimmerman, Marian: Zissler, Dick. Gr 3 V " t ,L F V 7' gs. if ' I X R Yrs- ! 1 .- X if ' ig - A 3 ' ,i" Q We V .TQ . . , X-74' f all-'l-' 'F i I Y' f X.- ..- ,Q ' I A , ri- 'W 1? sii: ' r ,yi I s. I A I xx .1 V1.4-6 J 1' 1 - :S , V - 9 ' ' T31 flllfgllb nfpasw M Q63 5 ,in .3 1,508 Cfarlie Hull checks her numeral while Betty Damper registers with Flora Lexcmis, mnnimr. The roving camera man catches . . . . Even our great football heroes have to find time to study. Gordon Huttengn is no exception. Lois Gorlesky and Nancy Branch take advantage of the warm fall Weather while studying. l32 Nuo Andm-rum, Ynllv Sghumnclwr, Barb Lhnmbcrs, Butchic Polak, and jo Ann Vlcddcr strike up gl post: .lt one of the pep assemblies for the Said fllld Done Camera. . . . . glimpses of campus life. ,Swv R1-ginznlnl lfucs, Lullmr Kopp, and Cicrlmrnl Ciccrdls, German students, share ummmcms on the Amurium waxy of life. H LLC L N V- Ziff ,I --in 2" o M.H.S Advert isers PETERSONS or Better Food "HEALTH AND DIETETIC FOODS" A SPECIALTY Arbor Floral Co. IIII 28 years of Dependable Service "OUR FLOWERS ARE ALWAYS GREENHOUSE FRESH" T386 Peck Sf Phone 2 3448 1222 Peck Slreet -- Muskegon Qualify Service Fond Stores LEADING INDEPENDENT AFFILIATED STORES Your Looal Portrait Photographers mor roto BECKQUIST CAMERA SHOP Conrcrd's COLUMBIA STUDIO CHRISTENSON STUDIOS C. FELT STUDIO LEE HARDING PORTRAITS HANSEN TOWN HOUSE CAL JOHNSON STUDIO HENRY JORDAN STUDIO LE ROY OLSON STUDIO RADIUM PHOTO SERVICE GEORGE SMITH TOURCOTTE STUDIO Greater Muskegon Professional PI1otographer's Association Lakos Cale "Where fine food is served" 428 W. WESTERN "Don't tear the house down, MDVE IT! " MIDWEST TRANSPORTATIUN COMPANY 842 Ietferson Street 62 emma, .wnzgwym W. J. Brinen Lumber Cn. Phones Retail 2-3214 - Industrial 2-3173 Oitice and Yards 940 N. Fourth Street "CONGRATULATIONS TO SENIORS OF 1954" Shoe Sltjll6S Dobb Truck and Crane Service 'U'S'5""' GRAVEL - SAND - CINDERS EXCAVATING - BULLDOZING i U.S.A.i CONTRACTING In Greater Muskegon, U. S. A. 1392 Beidler Sheet WS Musxrsoou, MICHIGAN Phone 2-2105 Boaz Shoes Everything for the office, except machines - chairs, desks, Fire- Files, filing cabinets, indexing systems, loose-leaf and payroll equipment - 4,000 products, each "time-engineered" to help get more done, easier, and in less time. V "Built Luke I Skyscraper" wx' i, SHAW-WALKER Largest Exclusive Makers of Office Furniture and Filing Equipment in the World "GOOD LUCK TO THE SENIOR CLASS" LOIS P. MOON Realtor 842 Jefferson Street "Having a Coke is Part of the Fun Left t 'ght -- Sha o Pete SueAdeo DkH eyGo don H tte g Class of I954: "Let independence be our boast, Ever mindful what it costg Ever grateful for the prize, Let its altar reach the skies." Campbell, Wyant and Cannon Foundry Company 4 ffm! ff"X men the CLASS of ' T REMEMBER the he CLASS of 1903: FOLLOW THE TRADITION THEY'VE LEFT TO YOU! 1: A. Heroes of the class . . . outstanding achievements . . . high ideals . . . have been handed down for these 50 years. We are proud to be a part of this tradition I . . . for these many years we have been . . the center for their clothing and furnish- Q I ings. If you want to be well-dressed fol- I I low the tradition of your predecessors I I and shop at "Muskegon's Finest Store for . Men and Boys." I FOR MORE THAN - 25 I eb, -.C' ' - + qi ' 0 YEARS ,,, iff ' : wx! g : 3f'2x5'i.-' SKY" - 4 . N 'ii -rib' . . Q,s::..:KE512 I me TRADITIONALLY gf Y I 'H I YOUNG MAN'S STORE .ima1?Eg:s5ggegZg1:31'-usegl-:flggs-:S-g.V . I Musxfoows FINIST svou I . WR I ron mm Ano moving? I 5 Q .4 A .- LET CAREFUL DAN THE BAXTER MAN DO YOUR DRY CLEANING AND LAUNDRY. Baxter Launderers 81 Dry Cleaners P k S . at Holbrook -- Phone 2 2672 Left to rrghf-Herb Kline and Moll Shene l'larnld's Men's Wear 854 Jefferson ul Clay CONGRATULATIONS TO GRADUATES OF T954 SANITARY DAIRY EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC 'l'll E BEST RADIUM PHOTO SERVICE 'Zim aslr your flfelghlor' EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME AND OFFICE DESK Wa I ni Sheaffer and Esterbrook Pen and Pencil Sets, Zipper Notebooks, Dictionaries, Lam s has the Largest Selection of P Television and Appliances in Muskegon. 056122 .Yup,2h'eA, gnc. 885-887 Terrace St. THIRD AND HOUSTON AND WESTERN AND TERRACE MUSKEGON. MICHIGAN MICHIGAN REGENT STATE STRAND MUSKEGON THEATRES, INC. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING SENIORS Wolverine Express, Inc. Muskegon, Michigan Insurance . . . THIS DEPENDABLE AGENCY SELLS ' ONLY DEPENDABLE INSURANCE" MUSKE N. IC AN y y y Manufacturers of Plumbers' Brass Goods - Brass. Bronze and Aluminuni Castings Chaddock, Winter and Illherts 306 HACKLEY BANK BLDG. s in-n1n Complete Life, Accident, Health and Hospitalization Insurance Service for every member of your family. MERRILL A. PRINGLE General Agent WASHINGTON NATIONAL INSURANCE C0. 1319 Peck Street Compliments t0 the Graduating Seniors Left to right-Johnny Armstrong and Linda Moon H. W. ARMSTRONG 1029 Peck Street U S E D C A R S 'A' fuefs .YAOQJ THE CIIDINIEIH flA L PRESS THE MASTER PRINTERS 833 W. Western T981 SANFORD PHONE 2-2575 MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN 'A' THE PLACE TO GO AFTER THAT DANCE OR SHOW IS Chadwick's rive-In BROADWAY AND GETTY CHARLES J. VANDERVELDE Celebrating his 50th Year in the Home-furnishing Field in Greater Muskegon - - 1904-1954 -- i Q ! Graduates of ,541 CONGRATULATIONS! YOU ARE THE FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA. For 50 YEARS it has been my privilege to furnish homes in Greater Muskegon and surrounding areas with the finest quality home furnishings at lowest possible prifes. It has given me real satisfaction in being able to bring more enjoyable living and comfort to these rountless hundreds of homes . . . some of whifh, no doubt, were your parents and grandparents. As future homemakers, lovely furniture will have a definite bearing on YOUR home happiness and fomfort. I invite you to tome in to visit our modern store at anytime. It would be a pleasure to meet you personally. - Respertfully yours. Charles Vandervelde Cl1ld6T4J8lCl8,S BROADWAY AT FIFTH MUSKEGON HEIGHTS 14 Emi M if 1 T' Wf gf "M - .4 g MLM "S ' 'Q'-541' "4 '5 'Ztf' 7'7TT?f 5'3'fi4?TZ55Q,? ' 1 ' w 5 T T 'f' 1- - -T-1.1 , ,1--ff-----W 'fl' IA' 2' V i. ' 1, ,-vb L,ii:,,-e---1-ig?-3' ,rg .' "' ' ,. 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' gf?"- ' T' f ' ---1... f. - ' ,I F' -yn, -,as A313 DIGNITY -- INTEGRITY 56 Years of Service in Muskegon Clock Funeral Home Factor Supply Co 1036-42 Terrace Street FI'illllTiS Jirorll tio. WHOLESALE CANDY, CIGARS, ETC. Left to right-Sandy Cross, Koy Russell 248 Market St , d N y 5 d on GHC LG T SELECTING AN UNUSUAL GIFT AT Lakey Foundry Corporation Compliments MILLS ICE CREAM A 149 Your Savings Account Invited MIISKEGUI FEDERAL SAVINGS 81 l0MI ASSDGIATION "Black Front Building" on Firsf Street 'QINE ?RfvXTxMef Mo .M 0 my Y ' Qxlxwxtmsvi A X -:ff 1 D :LJ 11 i 3 1 mi! N O ex - ,f A R 'Q ff - br Six . Z, NN Q . ff 1" fy I K STDIN N- . Q. 6,4254 i :W ., l Q ii: 2 W 459 Dana Printing tompany The Hackley Union National Bank "Your Personal Bank" MUSKEGON MUSKEGON HEIGHTS Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation MeffOP0'i'0" f' VETS MEN'S WEAR RENT-A-TUX SERVICE 2OI W, Western Fast! Low Cost! X, Famous RICHMAN BROTHERS Clothes TVA LTERS' PHAR NIACY 1394 Peck St. Qi PRESCRIPTIONS h Q I COSMETICS gif. PRESCRIPTION svscmusrs GIFTS CARDS -- GIFTS - PICTURE FRAMES PANYARITS "The Paint and Paper People" 3rd ot Houston BUY OUR APPLIANCES THEN FOLLOW UP WITH HOME SERVICE COIISDLIIIATEII GIIS GIIMPAIIY COMPLIMENTS OF ALFRED J. HUNTER C1 COMPANY LAKETON CONGRATULATIONS Movey Steel and Welding Inc. 487 W. Forest Avenue MUSKEGON. MICHIGAN GARNAAT FLOWER SHOP 1378 Peck Street Phone 2-3391 flowers ond gifts by gcurnoot FOLLOW FIRST STREET TO MY DOOR AT 1205 THIRD STREET 0 PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE' I FIRST FLOOR STUDIO COMPLETELY EQUIPPEDI C. Felt Studio Courtesy of ACHTERHOFF Emma! and Amdnfance SERVICE Peck at Larch Phones 2-5717 8. 2-8655 We Ynuite hom I st. 4 I I 1s.,s if Z- H li H M VX P ,..,... ,..:.,,:,,,,:,:,,,E:. 4:,kt lm ' Si m I ff-I ',., Q' " ' , 1.t I t"' We "':'::' 1515221522525 .. "" 35 W ,.,4..,.,..,. 2 , ..,.,. , ,,,.., :,. . , . , lE, ,,. GRADUATION . . . Graduation is only the beginning Now you start with your A B C's in learning t save. The Muskegon Bank WILSON SPORTING GOODS MERCURY OUTBOARD MOTORS JON ES Electric Company Congraflfzfafiolfw fo ffm Cyan of 7954 MUSKEGON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Wlyfflivfpusi QW BERT GEORGE HAN Phone 2-7369 F quicker and friendlier service Moy Success follow the Seniors throughout the yours if CUNTINENTAL MUTURS CURPURATIUN go to the centrally located i i H b 5 , t, "Pills and Things" u ervlce a lon WM Dm? SW Iefferson at Clay 95 W- BROADWAY Ph 3-2245 MUSKEZIEN HEIGHTS a ' The Crane Works congratulates the Class of '54! At "Shaw-Box" and many other local industries such fields as engineering, drafting, bookkeeping, cost accounting, transportation, personnel work, advertising, printing, selling, mar- ket analysis, maintenance, shop, secretarial, clerical, filing, business adminis- tration are some of the iobs in which earnest young men and women can write their own success story. MANNING, MAXWELL 8. MOORE, INC. sHAw-sox CRANE a. Hoist mvlsloN MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN . ' . I runulrunf co. Serving Muskegon's Best Homes Since 1900 , . i ' iz " QUALITY CLEANERS 1504 Sanford Street- Across from Central Campus 14. Kmazfdedm 329 W. WESTERN Your Class Ring Store-Your Graduation Watch Store TED'S PANTS SHOP SPECIALIZING IN PANTS, SWEATERS AND Il-XCKETS We Match or Contrast your Odd Coat f f LETTEFPRCSS-t 915 Pine Street, Cor. Walton Phone 2-3044 Muskegon, Mich. 7 ALL KINDS OF STRUCTURAL STEEL, STACKS, AND TANKS vR1 AUT051 Q3 071 NSQQN U Mfg STEEL EENYEE - EPO 2 -5 FABRICATING Y 2 2 COMPANY fb, 60 1-.1 2 ,Q QI . N 004 We SAGRWNX 590 Southern Ave. Telephone 2-6635 Career Calling! l l 117 You who are about to graduate, have an important decision ahead . . . where to work. If you are naturally friendly, intelligent and ambitious, NATURALLY you want a iob where you can meet the public, use your own iudgment, show initiative and get ahead. Telephony is the career that offers all this and more . . . a career calling for young people like you! GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY of MICHIGAN Yours tor a successful future! You, the Class of 1954, have reached a milestone in your career. The pattern that your life will take may well depend on decisions you must soon make. The continuing growth of Sealed Power Corpora- tion means more opportunities for alert young men and women. To you who must decide which path to follow, we say, "Why not discuss your future with us?" Even if you decide to serve your country before seeking employment, see us upon your return to civilian life. sealed ercolporalion Leading Manufacturer of Engine Parts Plants in Muskegon Heights and St. Iohns, Mich. Rochester, Indiana and Stratford. Ontario CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING SENIORS CERTIFIED CUNCRETE, INC. Sherman at Getty Better to have and not need, than to need and not have. Let us assist you in your insurance problems. THE MUSKEGON AGENCY, INC. Terrace Street Phone 2-8881 OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS OF 1954 Best of luck to the Graduating Seniors of 1954 60fam6z'a sSZ'aaQ'0s "Class Portraits of Distinction" WEDDINGS - CANDID AND FORMAL BABIES AND FAMILY GROUPS Coll 2-3013 For Appointment 184 W. Western Avenue Across from Penney's Congratulations Class of 1954 AMERICAN COIL SPRING COMPANY "Here is the youngest and the oldest Muskegon graduates in our organization." H r""',l Betty Bcsulkemo, Marsha Irwin, and Joyce Schmeiding are good ads for Donald Duck Brand Bread. Snowhite Baking C0 BUDD JEWELRY COMPANY 227 W. WESTERN AVENUE 97 I . D CHRISTENSUN pf' sz 3 A N A Muskegon, Mich. 0 3 JIM E. HEETHUIS Graduate of Muskegon High. Started with Consumers Power Company November I9, I925. He is now the Storeroom Supervisor. CONSUMERS POWER COMPANY THE FIRST SIGNS OF SPRING Left to right: Johnnie Armstrong, Marilyn Elsinga, Larry Bonifield, Lois Brace, Dean Recknagle, Mikalee Jackson. ax X H J X 1 X, . k x M x . X' x xx 2 x W J ' M 'WWW 3 W, ,X Q Q KX X 2 A , Nw 2 ae- x RL Q ff- 4 X Nr 'xx -A Ax' X N , jf., x 'ww , gx in x u Y 9' X fa X R w XXXX xv 2' x X X VW NN 'ff xv ' X-z.,.x-,QM x " ' , www' Xi , K f .1-uv V -Q V --Q, V ,. ,RK X N ,N ..4 1865 - 1954 Air-Conditioned Chapel Balbirnie-Apostle Mortuar 257 W. Webster Avenue Muskegon. Michigan Phone 2-2168 4 T' Beverly Morse, Millicent Vanderstelt, Marcia Kaule, Nancy Bruining, Tula Stathis, Betty Gordon, Shirley Erickson, Patricia Ryan, Alice Haverkate, at machine. MEMBERS OF OUR PROOF DEPARTMENT THE NATIONAL LUMBERMAN'S BANK 273-225 Muskegon's Oldest Bank DRIVE-IN BANK W. WESTERN AVE. LAKETON 8. SANFORD FINE FURS SINCE I9I6 SUITS - COATS - DRESSES - KNIT SUITS SWEATERS - SUEDE IACKETS - SKIRTS -- BLOUSES Cherilvs Furs Where youth and fashion meet CUSTER DAIRY BAR LUNCHES DINNERS FOUNTAIN SERVICE II33 Third St. Muskegon Acknowledgements are due the following for assistance on the Yearbook: Muskegon Chronicle Mr. Harvey Hermanson, Dana Printing Co. Mr. Harvey Paulson, Muskegon High School Muskegon High School Administration and Faculty All Advertisers who have helped to make this book possible Abbott, Kay -IIA , ,, ,,,,,.. .,Y, , ., Achenbach, Joan Carol- 10B ,,,,,,,Y. Adams, Ted- IIB ,,,,,,,,,,,v,,,,,,,, Ahnefeldt, Nancy - IIB ..,,, Akerley, Larry- 10B ,, , Andrews, Albright, Georgia - 10B ,,,,,, Aldred, Rosemary - IIB ,.,. . Alderink, Sallie- 10B ,,..,,,,, Alexander, Barbara - IIB ,,,,,,, Aley, Patsy Ann - IIB ,,..,,,. Allore, Marilou- IZB . ..,A,,,,,,, , Amburgey, Donald - IOB ,,,,,, Amos, David A.- 12B ,,,.,,,.,, Andersen, Leone- IZB .,... Anderson, Alger - IZB ..,,,,,,. Anderson, Barbara - IZA .,... Anderson, Beth - IOB ,, ...,. .. Anderson, Carolyn - 10B ,,,,,,, Anderson, Donna J.- IIB ,,,,,, Anderson, Donna M. - IIB ,, Anderson, Emanuel- 10B ,,,,,,,. Anderson, Gerald - IOB ,,,,,,,, Anderson, Iris K. - IIB ,,.,, ., Anderson, Irving - 10B ,,,,,,,.... Anderson, janet M. - IOB ,,,,,,,, Anderson, Linda - 10B ...... . Anderson, Marlene- 10B .,,,, A nderson Anderson Marvin - I IB ,,,,,, Z Patricia -IIB .II,.I Anderson, Richard - IOA ,,,,, Anderson, Dawn - IZB ,,..,, ,, Sue- IOB .,,..... ,.....,I, Andrews, Susan - IOB ,,,,,,, Aney, Bonneta- IOB , ,,,,,,., . Appel, Dave- 10B ...,.....,,.,.,,,, Applegarth, JoAnn - IZB ,,,,,, Archambault, Judie - IIB ,,,,,, Archer, Marvin - IOB ,,,,,,., Archer, Mason - IZA .....,,. Archer, Merritt - IIB ,,,,,, Armstrong, john - IZB ,,,,,, Arneberg, Janet - IOA ,,,,, Arnold, Kenneth - IZA .,., , Arnson, Carol-IIA , , Arsnoe, Glenn- IOB , ,. Ashcraft, Sandra -IIB ,,,.. Ashley, Barbara - 10B ,,,,,, Blink, Robert - IOA ,,,,, Ashley, Bernard - IOA , Ashley, Bruce- IZB ,, Ashley, Sandy - 10B ,.,,, Atkins, Janita -IIB , ,,,, , Atkins, Rod - 12B ,, .1 Baade, Theresa - IZB ,,,,,,, Bailey, Margaret - IIA ,,,, Baker, Annette - IZB Baker, Barbara - 10B . Baker, Fred - 10B ,.,,,,,,,, Baker, Marlene - IZA ,,,,,, Balaban, MaryLou - 10B Balcom, Ann -10B , ,,,, Balcom, Don - 10A ,,....,,II Balcom, Nancy -IIB . Baldwin, Sandra - IOA , Balkema, Bette - IZB Ballas, Hercules-IIB , Banninga, Paul- IZA , Barber, ,lanet - IIB , Barber, ,Ieanne - 10B , , Barbrick. August- IIA Barnes, Charlene - IIB .,,,, Barnhardt, Larry- IOB Barrett. James - IZA ,,,,,,, Barrinzer, Alex - 10B ,,,, ,, Barnes, Milton - 10B ,,,,, Student Index ,,,,,,79, 66, 63 ,,,,,,,69, 70, 78, i""'ffffff69Q ...ffflifl 69, as, 36, V69 flfQf1fQ7i5,"5EQ ,,,f,ffff59Q"i'9f'55Q .....,...69, 85, Qffffffiiii .,,,,,,,,79, 64, ,ffff56,T6'if'iiEiQ iiwffffiffiikil .....,,,,76, 64, ,,,,,.,I2I, 7iiQT6i2f66,i'i3'5Q 'T""'6'9',i'7ifi66, ,.,fQlfQffff69Q ...,...69, 71, 79, .Q'Qff7'ifi6liQ ffffiiif I 69, 76, 81, az, .,,,,,70, 1 89, I 69, ss, ,, 89 ,.,.,.,,IZ1 if Q36 I ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 70, 71, 76, 64, sz, 1 9 w 120 126 24 121 126 126 IZ1 126 81 121 97 126 97 97 76 126 126 81 IZI 126 126 36 126 126 126 126 24 121 IZ5 126 97 126 126 126 97 IZI 126 89 121 97 IZ5 120 IZ6 36 126 125 97 IZ6 121 97 97 IZO 97 IZ6 126 73 IZ6 IZ6 121 IZI 125 97 IZI 81 82 126 120 IZI IZI 94 126 IZ6 Barrett, Donald R. - IIB ,,,,,,,,, Bartman, Barb - IIB ..,,....I, .. Bartscht, Carl, Jr.- IZB ,.,,,,, Barton, Donna Jean - IIB ,,,,..,.. Barry, Arla - IOB .,.,.,,...,.,,,, Basham, Jan - IIB ............. Bassett, Robert - IOA ,,I.I. Bastian, Norma - IIB .... Bauer, Bauer, Bayak, Carolyn J. - IZB ,,I.,,.. Lorenz - IOB ,,,.,..,... Roger - IIB ..... Bayne, Joan - IIB ..... Bayne, Roy- IZA ,,,,,, Beadle, Sally - IOA .,,,.I Beattie, Phyllis - IZB ...... Beatty, David - IIB ,,,,,,,, Beaucamp, Norm - IIA ,,I,, Beauvais, Ernie- IZB ,,,,,, Beck, Henry- 10B .....,, Beck, Shirley - 10B ,,,,,,,, Becker, Marjorie - 10B .....,. , Becker, Paul - 10B .,,,,,,,, Beckeman, Bob - IZA ..,.,.,,.. Beckstrom, Annlee - IZB ..,., Bectel, Jerry- IIB ,,,.,,..,.... Bectel, Maurice - IZB ,,.,.. Bectel, Richard, Jr. - 10B ,,,,., Bectel, Terry - IIB ..,,,,,,,,, Beegle, Barbara - 10B ,.....,. Beegle, Robert - IIB ,,,....,, Beesing, jon -10B ,,,,,,,,, Begin, B. ,,,..,....,.,,,.,,,,.,,, , Belasco, Clara - IOB ..,,.... Belasco, Sally- IZA ,.,,,.,.II, Belmonte, Frances - IIB ,,,,,, Bell, Barbara M.-10B ,,,,.,. .....,,.24 EQ ,,,,,,,.,, 176 1129 .,ffff6'3',"iili .,...,.,62 ,,ff1f51f76i,i'E5 ,,,,I,.,89 62, 117 ,,,fQf6ii,ii6? ....,,...IZI Bell, Par- IIB 6. .,.,,,,,,.,,,. ,.,...,, 6 7 Belton, Robert - I IA .,..,, ,,,..,,.,,,..,, Bench, john H. - IOB ,,,,,, ..,,.... 6 Z, 68 Bench, Nola - IIA ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,, Bendus, Janice- IZB ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 9, 70 Benham, Patrick - 10B .,,.,,, ,,.,,.,,,,..,.,,,..., Bennett, Mariel- IZB ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 6 3, 66, 81 Bennitt, Worth- IZA ..., . ......., .. ...,.. Benson, Gordon- IZB ,,,,... ..,,,. 7 6, 75 Berdinski, Barbara - 10B ,,..,,, ...,...... , .52 Berdinski, Phil- IZB , ,,.,,I., ...1 .,...,'.. 2 9 , 32 Berggren, ,lean -IIB . ..,, ,,,., ,...,. , . .,I2I Bergman, Bonnie- 10B ,. ,,,,, , .,,, 69, 65, 36, 81 Bernadini, Angela- IIA ,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,.. Berryhill, Richard - 10B ,,,,,,,, Berson, Carol- 10B ,,,,,.,,,,, Bertoia, George - 10B , ,, Bishop, Jerry - 10A ...., Bigelow, Karen - IIB ,, , , Bitzer, Thomas - IZA ,,,,, Black, Colon - IIB ,,,,,, Black, Richard- IOA .. . Blakely, Charles - 10B ,,,.. Blamer, David - IIB ,,,,,,,, Bleich, Edward - IOA ,,,,,, Blevins. Rodger - IIA Block, Tom-IIA ,, ,, Blohm, Darrel- I IB , ,,,,,,,,,,, , Blohm, Patricia- IIB , H Bloodgood, Marv Ellen - IOB Bloomouist, Martha - IIB ,,,,,,,, Blow. Paul- 10B . ,..-,. ..,... . Bobick, Anita -- IZB , . Boertman. Barbara -IIB ,, ., Boes. Dick -IIB ,,,,.,.,.,.. ,,,... Bodenhammer. Diane- IIB Bode. Barbara - IZB , ,,,.... . Bohn, Marva - IZA ,,,.,,,...,, rrfffib S , 41, 84, 36 ff'i69,u66 .,.. 1 s9, 77 s 9 1 1 1 9 a Bollenbacher, Gloria - IOB Bolthouse, jim - 10B .....A,,,,,,. Bonjernoor, Marilyn - IOB Bont, Don- IOB . .. ,. .. Boniheld, Larry- I2B . .. .,,, Bont, Sally - IOB.. Booker, Joyce- IIA ....,, . Borgeson, David - IZB ,,,.,, Borgeson, Carl- IIA . .. Borns, Grant - IOB ,,,..,..,r Borns, Keith Edward - I IB Bosma, Lorna Kay - I2B . Bostrom, Raymond- IZA .. Boukamp, Delores- I2B . Bourdo, Donna- IIB . . Bowen, Bert - IZA Bowen, Bill - IIB ... Bowman, Beverly- IOB . Bowman, Patricia -IIB Bowman, Ted - IOB Boyer, jack- I2A .. Boyden, joel- IZB . . Brace, David- IIB . Brace, Lois- I2B . Bradfield, Garry - IOB Bradfield, john - IIB . Bradfield, Larry - IOB Bramer, Bobbie . Bramer, Patricia - IOB Brammer, James- IOB Branch, joan - IIB Branch, Nancy- IIA . Brown, Carol- IIA Braverman, Terry - IOB Brentana, Donald - Ind. Brentana, Ronald - I IB Brewer, Bill- IIB . . Bristow, Pete- IIB Broge, Eugene- I2B Broge, jerry - IOB Bronson, janet - IIB Brooks, Kathryn - I2B Brott, Marvin- IIB . Brown Brown Brown , Albert-IIB Alberta - IIB Bradley - IIB Brown Carol- IIA Brown Jessie- IOB Brown Larry- I2B , . Brown, Mary - IIA Brown, Raymond - IOB Brown Brown Sharon -- I IB Thurman - I2B Brownlow, jerry .. . .. . Bruflat, Einar- IOA Bruining, Beverly- IZA Bruining, Nancy - I2A Brumm, Gordon - IOB Brusseau, Vern - IOB Bryant, james A. -IIB Buck, Marian - I2A Budd, Orville- IZB . Buikema, Roberta . ,... .. .. Buit, Marilyn - IIA ..,,, ,,,,,,,, Buitendorp, Marva - IIB Bunker, Darlene- I2B . .. Bunnell, Earl- IIA . . Burch, Marcia - IIB Burgess, jack - IOB Burgess, Rodger - IOB Burmeister, Harry- IOB Burnes, Sandra - IOB .. .. Burr, Carol- IOB .. . Burr, Ralph - I2B Buttermore, Roy - I2B Butrick, Lewis -IIB . . I ...fitsl .2s, 117, 24, 25, ..7s, 69, 114, ss, 7i""'fflffff1'i6, ..ffff35Q'ii'i,"52Q ...ffiisl .ff.76Q ...........89, 25, II7, 24, 25, 79, 66, 69, essss ,se, ,,,,,r . s 1, 69, 78, 66, I20, ff i"'MffffffElif fist, .fffffibl s4, 69, ,ess ....I20, 67, 69, 72, 62, 65 I22, . ssseee eessss f 15, 7ffE2fii85,'i2SQ I 'E ffffff1i22, .......24, .ffisl ..41, s9, 62, 76, ...Qf25Q"55Q 2913, ss. . ...I sz, .fff 24, . A , . 5 v , :gr-in quam- 53,13 1-. f, -.- la. , . ,1'e-.,,,.17!,s- Calkins, Lenora - IOB .,,..,..... ......, 6 4, Calloway, Howard- I2B ...,.. ,,,,,,.,. Camp, Ernie- IIB .,..,..,...., ,,.,,. Cannaday, Lynda- IZA ,.... Canning, Bob - IZA .r,,,s..,., ,,I,,,,,,,,, Canning, Ronald - IOB ,,,.., ,,,,,,, 3 0, Canning, Ruth - IIB ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,. Carney, Kathleen - IIB ....,....., ....., Carlisle, Bernard B. - IOB ...,.,,,. ,,,,,, Carlisle, Norman- IZA .,...... Carlson, Beverly - IIB ,...... Carlson, Carl- 10A ........ Carlson, Charles - 10A ,,,. .. Carlson, David - 12B .,.,..... Carlson, Dennis - I2B ..,,..,. Carlson, Donna - I2B .,.., Carlson, Doug - IZA .,,., ...Dil fffffiiil Carlson, Janet- IOB ....... ........ 7 2, BS, 91, Carlson, Susan- IOB ...... ..... 6 9, 77, 65, Carlyon Elaine- IIB ........... .......... 7 9, 84, Caroll, Robert G. - IOB ..... .. ,...... 81, Carpenter, Don - I2B , .. ,,..,,,24, Carr, Bob - 12A .... ......... .......,..., Carr, Marva - IIA ..... ..... I 20, Carr, Miona- IIA .. ....... ...........,. . . Carty, Sue A.- IOB ....... .... . 72, 35, Carvey, Ken- IOB .. .......... ............. . 1 Casadonte, Arthur - Ind. .. .. .......... .I22, Cassell, Florence -12B ...,... . ....,... ,....,.,, 7 9, 72, Cattley, L. Joyce- IOB ........ . ....,.,... 59, 85, 31, Chambers, Barbara - IOB ...............,... 69, 78, 66, 133, Chambers, Kay - IIB ...... ..................................... 5 9, Chamberlain, Patricia Ann- IIB ..... ...... Champagne, Kaylen- 12B .........,.... ,,,,,. Champion, Patricia - IIB ............. ............................ Chapin, Barbara - IOA ......, .........,.,...,,,.,........,, , Chapel, Jack - IIB ......,.......... . .... 79, 122, 55, 81, Chapple, Spencer- 12B ....... . ......................... 84, Chidester, Beverly - IOB ...... .. ...............,.,.,.,, M Childs, Bette - IIB .....,....., .,........ 7 B, Christy, Nancy- IZB .... ....,... ...........,,.... 5 5 , 81, Cheones, Connie- IOB ............................................ 67, Chonis, Helen - 12B .................. 67, 70, 53, 34, 15, Christensen, Amelia - IOB ......,.,..,,...,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, 54, Christenson, Roland - I IA ..... .................,............... Christiansen, Bill- 12A ....... ,.,.,..... 3 9, Christiansen, Jack - IOB ......... ..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,, Christiansen, JoAnn- IOB ....... ....... 6 9, 65, Church, james- IIB ............ ......,..,...,. Church, Tom ................,...... .,,,,, Cierlak, Marian- IIB ....... .,,,,, Clanton, Marva- IOB ....... ,,,,.,,.. Clapp, Henry - IIB ...... ......, 5 3, Clapper, Anita - IZB ...... .,....,,.... Clark, Jerry - 12B ..... ,,,,,,, 7 0, Clark, Paula -12B ...... .......,, Clarke, Marvin - IIB ......... .,,,,,,,, Clarke, Richard- IOB ............. ,,,,.....,.,.,, Cleveringa, Juanita - IIB .,..., .......,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 22, Cline, Phyllis- IOB .............. ....................,...,.......... Cloetingh, Carol- I2B ........ ,. .... 71, 75, 73, 75, 59, Cloud, Gary - IIB ........ ........,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 9, Cluchey, Russ - I2B ...,....,.. ,-,----,- Coates, D. Judy- IOB ....... ,,,,,, Cochran, Beverly - IIB ..... Cole, Dick - IIB ............. ,,,,,, Cole, Lydis - IIB ........... ,,,,,, Coleman, Jim- IOB ......,. -,,,,- Coleman, jo Ann - 10B ....,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, Collier, Darlene G. -12B ..........,., ,,,,,,,,,-,,,, 3 2, Collinge, Judy- 10B .............. .... ,..,,, 5 9 , 73, Collins, Richard William - 10B ....... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Colton, Patricia - IIA .... ........... ..,,,.,,,,,, Colvard, Ruthann- IOB ........ Colvin, Sandra Kay- IOB ..... Comfort, Beverly- IOB ........ Compeau, Dick- IOA .. ..... .. Compton, Gwenlyn - IOB ...... Conklin, Betty 12B .................. 'ffffiiil ffffiifssl EBI I27 122 89 89 I27 I22 I22 I27 89 122 125 77 98 99 99 70 I27 I27 I22 I27 99 90 36 49 I27 I27 24 99 I27 I27 I22 122 99 I22 I25 82 99 I27 I22 99 I27 99 I27 70 73 68 I27 I22 81 122 13 I22 99 IIS 99 24 BI I27 99 I22 I27 70 I22 I27 I27 99 I27 I27 I20 I27 I27 127 I27 99 Compeau, Dick A.,,........... Conroy, Fay - 10A ,,A,.,,... Connell, Howard - IZA ,,,,. Cook, Betty - IIA ......... Cook, Marshall- IOB ,.,.,. Cooke, Richard - 12B .,.....,., .,,.,. Coon, Wayne - IOB ,,AA,.A.......,..... Cooper, Darlene Sue - IOB ,,.,,.,,.,,Y Cooper, Lewis - 10A .,........... Cooper, Marcus - IIB ....... Cooper, Ronald - IIB ,,,r Corliss, Donald- 10B ,,,..,,. Cota, Phillip C. - IOB ..,.,., Cotie, Carol - 12B ............... Cousineau, Vivian -10A . Cowles, Arlene - IIA ....... Cox, Dixie- 10B .a... ....... Cox, Sally - IIB ................. Cox, Sandra Leigh - IOB ,,...., Crago, Lois - 12B ..,...,........ Crawford, Betty -.I IB .,,.,,, Crawford, Roberta- 10A Cramer, Adele - 12B ........... Creamer, Richard - IIB ,,.,, Credholm ..,.,.,...................... Crichlield, James - 12B .,,..r. Crist, James - IOB ,.....,.. . Crosby, Pat - IOB ......... Cross, Bill- IIB ...,,,....... Cross, Donald - 12B ,,,,,r Cross, Sandra - IIA .......... Crothers, June- 10A ...... Curow, Althea - IIB ...... Curtis, Mari- IOB .,...,.. Curtis, Patsy -10A .,,r. Lwynar, Bob - IOB ,..,,.,,,,,, Czarneke, Ronald - 12B ,.r... Da gen, Norm - 12B ,......,,,,r ,.,,,,, Dahlquisc, Carol- 10B Daigle, Joan -IIB ,,,,....., D'Alcorn, David - IOB A.,, Dalson, Marilyn - IIB ,,.., Daniels, Terry - 10B ......,,, Danielson, James - I IB ,.... Darrau gh, Shirley- 12B Darwin, Janice- 10B ,,... Dault, Clifford- IIA ,, ,, David, David - 10A ,,,,,... David, Jeanhene - IIA Davis, Davis, Berthetta - IOB ,,,, Carole Ann - 10B Davis, Douglas - IOB .....,, Davis, Kathleen - 12B ,,,,, Davis, Terry - IIB .,,,,,,.,, 125 Dean, Wilson P.-12B ,,.. Decker, M. .. ..,,.,,,,.,..,.... Decker, Ron - 12B ...,....... Deephouse, Dolores - 12B , DeFouw, Russ - 10A ,,,,,.. Dehaan, Harold - IOB ,,.,, Del-Iaven, Larry - 12A ,, .. Dell, Larry- 12A,,, ..I.. DeMann, Sharon- IOB DeMarr, Dale- IIB .,,,,,,.,, Dempsey, Geraldine - IIA Dennis, Pat - IOB .........,,,, Dennison, Geraldine - IIB Dennison, Laverna - IOB , 32, 24, 25, 26 64, ss, 111, sz 125 ffl! ,..ffffZ7','25 ....ifQjQQQfff11i79i 79, 122 ,,..,,,79, 73 ,,.,,,,69, s,, ,...,,,..,,122, ,,QfE5Q"7'5,"2EQ '2"'ffif55Q ...,,,.30 ...ff22 ,.....,70 ,..Qffli7 flffka 90, 25, 45, 24 'ffffii .,.,,I,67 Dephouse, Don - 10B ,,,,..........,., ,,.,...........,,-fffa,,-- 3 I Derby, Ralph- IIB ..f.-,f4,-,--------,,---f,.---------- -70, I22 n 9 25, 32, 24, 25, 1 v DeVette, Charlene- 12B .,..,, 41, 84, 73, 75, 69, 85 DeVries, Donald - IOB .f.,fff,f.f-- ----f-,------4----------f--f----,- DeVries, Howard - IZA ......--,, ,,.I... ,--,-ff-,,fI,---f 9 0 DeVries, Jim -12B ...-.....,,., .,,ffff-f------ 2 4, 25 DeVries, Lois - 10A ,,,..... ffff-,-I--------f,------I---------- Devries, Mary-IIB .s,,s,s ......, 6 9, 73, I22, 13 DeWay, Carol - IOB ....,, DeWit fy Richard - IIB ,,,,,I. I.ffffffffffflifiiiii 125 90 120 127 99 127 127 82 81 122 I27 127 99 125 120 127 36 127 122 99 I22 70 99 127 127 24 120 125 78 127 125 127 99 26 127 I22 127 122 127 122 127 120 125 120 127 127 127 100 79 69 100 100 125 90 25 127 120 120 127 I22 127 127 24 100 127 70 100 125 32 81 DeYoung, Elaine - IIA .,,,I DeYoung, Karen- 10A ..... DeYoung, Thomas - IOB ....... Dietz, Marlene - 12B .,,.,,. Dietz, Nancy -12B ,,,,,,,.. Dill, Almarie - 10B ,,I.,.. Dillard, Bob - IIB ....,,, Dippel, George- IZA .. . Dixon, Wayne - 10A ,,.,. Dobb, Carol- IIA ,,,,,, Dobb, Joan - IIA .,,,.,,,,,,,I Dobb, Larry - IOB .I..I.............. Dobberstein, Charles - 12A Doctor, Janice - 10B ,I........... Doctor, Patricia - IZB .,,.,,. Domont, Arlene- 10A ,,,,,,,., Domont, Delphine - 12B .....,,. Domont, Norene - 10A .....,I .,QQQf5i,i' fff7i',--8-5-,H ,,,,,.,...64, Doom, Frank - 12B ....,,, Doom, Sylvia - IOB .......... Dooper, Betty - 12B ,,...... Doubles, Allen - IOB ,,,,,,. Draper, Richard - IIB I,.I... Drennan, Carol- IIB. ....,, Drent, Don - IIB .,.......... Driscoll, David- IOB ,..... Driscoll, Edward - 10B ,,..... Driscoll, Maralyce - 12B ,,,,,,, Drozd, Teddy - IIB ,,......... Dunbar, Shirley - IOB ,,..... Duncan, James - 10A ..,.,I. Durame, Janice - IOB ......... Durgan, Nancy - 12A ....,,, Dutmer, Ron- IOB ,....... Dykstra, Henry - 12B ,....,, Dykstra, Joyce - 12A ,.... Dykstra, Mary - IIB ...... 76, 7s, ....7s, 7s, 132, .......69, 78, .,.ffff75Q ,,.,,,,70, 76, 75, Eagles, Sandra -12B I.,.....,,. Eckwiler, Bernard - 12B ,..... Edlund, Charles- 12B ....... Edlund, Edward - 12B ,..... Edlund, John- 10A .,,..,,, Edson, Shirley - 12B ....,.,, Egner, David -IIA ,I...... Egner, Janet - 10A ...,, , Eichorst Patrick - 12B ,.I..,, Ekstrom, Pete- 12B ..,,,, Elton, Perry - IIB .,,.,,,......,, Elzinga, Marilyn - IIA ..... Emmons, Elmer- IIB ..,.,.. Engle, Lila - IIB ,,,,. ...YYYY ,,.ff5i',"75Q-'zili"' ......83, 81, n Engquist, Evelyn -10B .-fffff..I.----- ---f---I ---ff----ff----f Engstrom, Sharon- 10A Erickson, Darwin- 12B , ,.., 32 69, 79, sz, 64, Jerry- 12B ,,,.. ....., ...efffe 1 1 V- V- -- Erickson Erickson, Jackelynn- 10B Erickson, Shirley - 12B Escareno, Joe- IOB .........,, Essenberg, James - 12B Estepp, Marlene - 10A ,,,.,,. Evans, James - IIB ..,.,,.,,.. Evans, Kenneth - 10A ,.,.,.. Ewalt, Ron - IIB ,,,,,,,,.... Fairfield, Fairfield, Fairfield, Fairfield. Fairfield, Coramae - 10B Jack - 10B ,I.,.,,.,,, Jerry - 10B ...., Rov -IIB ....,,,, Sally- IIB ,,.... Fairley, Inez - 10A .....,. ,, ,,,,,,,..,I.,.,,, 71 , W,,,76, 75, 70 "fQQQfQfQ177 Fairlev, Regina . .... .-,,,,.,,....,,ff -f---,- Farquhar, Norma - IIA ,,.,I... --,,---- 7 0, 71, 84, Farr, James - IIB ,,,,,....-ff,ff ---f-I--- ---f--f - - --ff-A - -- Farr, Lois- 10B ,.....,.,,,,.,.. Fay, Sally - IIB ,,,,,,,,I, Fearnlev. Kay- 12A ,,,,,,,, Feasel, Robert - IOB ,, ,,,,. .. Feenstra, Roger- IOB ,..... 112, 'li if 120 125 127 100 100 127 122 68 72 120 120 127 70 127 100 125 100 125 127 100 127 I22 85 127 100 I22 127 125 127 90 127 100 70 I22 100 100 125 100 120 125 100 122 120 122 81 127 124 100 100 127 101 127 101 125 I22 122 127 127 127 122 I22 36 122 127 I22 81 127 Feil, Marilyn - IOB .......... Felcosltie, Lorraine - I IB Feltman, Maralee- IIB ...... . Ferrell, Patricia- IOB ....... Fethke, Evelyn- I2A ........ Fett, Shirley - IIB ......... Flemen, William - IZA ..... Field, Carol- IOB ......... .. Field, Fred - Izn ..,..v.... Fielltra, Bill- IIB ......,. Filius, Roger- IOA ....... Filius, Ronald- IOB ...,... Finkhouse, Monty - IOA Finkler, Jim- I2B .....,... Finltler, MaryLou - IIB , Firestone, Barbara - I2B,, Firestone, Roberta - IOA Fischer, Jean - IZB . ....... . Fischer, Matie - IIB ...... Fisher, Barbara- IZB ..... Fitch, Anne- IZB ...,....... ranch, nan- nn .......,.........,.. Fitzpatrick, Helen - IZB. Fitzgerald, Bonnie - IOB Flannery, Harriett - IOA Flannery, James - IOB Flicltema, Leone- I2B Flickema, Tom - IOA Florez, Mary - IOB ......... Flowers, Bob - IIB ...... Flowers, Bob - I IB .,....... Folger. Clarene - IOB ...,, Fongers, Constance - IIB Foose, Marilyn ..........,....... Fortney, Steve - I IB .,,.... Fowler, Laura - IIB ....... Fox, Billy- IOA .......... Fox, Vilma - IIB ...,... Foy, Charles- I2B .,....,. Foy, Norman-10B , .,.. r Frampton, Patricia - I IB Frampton, Shirley - IZB Frazier, Dorothy - IOB '--- 'fr - .V-I 1-mf , i...1,.,,,El?.,,,- I, ,,.',.,,kEY4- I, I A .......,79, 77, 122 ........69, I22 i'6'i',"75f-ESQ I , I22 41, 69, I22 69 .,.....79, 65 ......,.122, ai ..........67, 69 fffff7ii,'77'."iS .fff6'5,A'7ii .............9o 1, 79 .'Qff6'9,"75' .,,..,,.l22 Frasier, Karen - IIB ,...... ......... 7 0, 85 Fredricks, Ben- IOB ...,,,. Fredricks, Gar- IZB ,,,,,.. Frees, Jeannine- I2B Freiber, Bob - I2B . .,,,A., I French, James -10B .. French, Wesley - IZB Freres, Bob- IZA .,... . Frishette, Douglas - IOB Frizzell, Janice- I2B Fuheman. Carol- IOB Fuller, Nancy- 12B .,,.,.... Fues, Reg - 12B .,,.......... Fuller, Terry - I IA ....... Fultz, Carmen - I2B ,,.. Fultz, John -IIB v , Gable, Marilyn - IIA .,.,, Gardner, Greta- IIB , Gage, Donna - IOB .....,. Gagnor, Bill- IOB ....,,,..., Galajda, Barbara - IIA , Gallagher, Jim - 10B ...,... Gangwer, Carol - IOB Gardenour, Doris- IOB , Garvey, Margie- 12B .,., Gates, Robert - IOB ...,.,, Gav, Robert - IOB ,,s,,, ,, Gedmin, Sydney- IOB ...,. , .. Gee, Joyce- I2B .A,,.. .,,, Gee, Virginia - IOA ..,.., Geerdts, Gerhard - I2B ,,.... Gelinas, Robert - IIB ,. George, Jim - IZB ,... ,.,, George, Patricia - IOA ,I Genter, Roland - IIB ,. ,. ......., ,70 26, 24 I ,,,. ,.,..s., s 4, us 67, 75, 69 fffffff7i' Qfiii 41 ..ffffffff'7b , 72, 71 69, 78, 70 71, 84 64, 122, 8I Gereau, Gereau, Dolores- IIB ..... Gail- 10B ........ Getts, Gladys - IOB ..... Getz, Bernard - I IB ........ Gilford, Gillard, Richard - IOA ..,. Robert - IIB ..... Gillette, Marvin - IOA .... Glafcke, Kathryn- I2B . Gleason Glover, Gokey, , Jerry - IIB .....,,. Ethel- I2B .....,.. George- IOA ...... .,. ,, .I. Q Golden, Gloria - IIB ........ Goodling, Judy - IOB ......... Goodman, Autry- IOB .. Goosen, Tom - IZB ......... Gonzalez, Gloria - IIB .... Gordon, Betty - I IB ....... fffffiiii ...ffffIf25I ,...f.'.f63f"75f''Elf ............69, ss, "'ffffffff75, .a4, 66, 69, Izz, .......IffSZiI QfQfiEE,"i2, ............9o, ...L.fIffffffffff551 .........69, 66, 78, "'fffQfIffffff22Q Gorlesky, Lois - IIB ..,.,....... ........ Gould, Beverly - 12B ............ ,..... Grammar, Virginia - IOB ....... .. Grant, Bill - IOB ................ Grant, Edna - 10B .......,.. Gray, Patricia - IIB ........ Green, Keith - 10B ...... Green, Patsy - IIA ....,... Greene, Arlene - IIB ...... Greene, Dorine - 12A ..... Greeno, Gerald - IIB ...... Greer, Bill- IZA ........., Greer, Pat - IOA ........ Grey, Phil ................ Grim, Kay - IOB ....... Grim, Nancy - IIB ,....... Grimm, Joyce - IZA ......... Grimm, Rodger - IZB ....... Grimm, Shirley - IIB ......... Gritzmalter, Jerry - IIB Groeneveld, Bill - 10B .... Gronberg, James - I IB. ,,..... Groothuis, Don - I IA .... Gunter, Eddie - IOB ........ Gustafson, Janice- IOB . Gustafson, Paul- 10B ,.,. Gustafson, Philip- IIB ....... Guy, Phil - IIB .............. Gustin, Carlton - IZB .... Haan, Alice- 10B ......,... Hagstrom, Judy - 10B .....,, Haken, Haley, Arlene - I IB ...... Nancy - 10B ,.,...... Hall, Carlie - IIA ........ Hall, St Hamel, Hamel, Hamil, Hamm, Hamm, Handy, Hansen, uart- IIB ............ Shirley - 10A ..,.... Tom - IOB I .... .. John - IIB ....... Pat -10B ........ Robert - 12B ,,.... L.- IOB .........,,.. Hansen, George- IIA .,.. Hanson, Grace- IOB ,,.,. Daniel - IOB ,.,.,., Hansen, Jean - IZB ............,.. Hanson, LaMoyne - IOA ....... Happeny, Judy - 10B .,,... Happeny, Sally - 12B ..... Hardin, Hariu, Hariu, Harker, Melba - IOA ..v... Ellice - I IB ..,.,... Lawrence- IOB .. Richard - IOA ,... Harp, Larrv -IIB ....,.,,,.. Harpster, Sallv- 12B ...,. Harrington, Nancy - IIA Harris, Susanne- IIB ...,. Harris, William - 12A ..., Hart, Carol- IOB ....,. . Hartman, Marilyn - 10B . Hartsema, Marlene - IOB Hartwell, Nancy- 10B . .Q1Q1f7'i,"61f'i'E5Q W'fQfQfIfQI7Q IIfQ176,'AEZQ .........70, 64, 76, 66, 120, "'f11117iI,-'66f .........67, 69, ,.,.fffQfffff6EQ ......I..68, 64, Qffffffflliif ......,.66, 69, ffffffQff76Q ...ffffiiil ,...,....66. ffQffQff75Q ,,.fffff'75f Qffflikl Hartz, Barbara - IZA ...,, Harvey. Richard - 12A ,,,v Hasper, Pearl- 12B ,,A.,........ Hasseldahl, Alger - 10B ..... Hasseldahl, Charles - 12A Hathaway, Robert, - 10A ,, Haughey, Kathryn - 12A ,,,,,, Haughey, Lois - IIB ,,.......,. Haverkate, Alice - IZB ,,,,i, Hawk, Bruce -IIB ,,,,,... Hawk, Leonard - 10B .,,, Hazard, Michael - 10B ,,,,,. Hazekamp, Elaine - IIB ,,,,, Hearl, Donna - 10B ,,,,,,,,, Heaton, Bob- 12A ,, Heeres, D.-10B ,,,, ,. , , Heethuis, Carol- 10A , ,,,, , Hegbloom, Dean - 10A ..,. , ,, Heidemann, Yvonne - IIB Heisser, Dick - 10B ,,,,,,,....... Heller, Nina Lou - 10B ,,,,, Henriksen, Dick - 12B ,,,,,,, Henry, Helen - IIB .,...... Henry, Shirley - 12B ,,,, Hendryx, Shirley - 12A ,, Hepler, Fred -IIB H, , , Herald, Darlene- 10B , Herbert, Robert- IIB ,, 128 104 Herbst, Henry - 12B , , Herbst. Richard - 12B Herlein, Louie - IIB Herman, Herman, Herman, Doris - IOA ,,,,, Paul- IIB , Wilma - 10B , , Herrick, Carolyn- 10B ,, Herrington, Sheri- 10B , Hesse, Jack -IIB . Hicks. Charles- 10A , I-Iieftie, Loretta - IIB ,,,,,,,,,,,, Hildreth, Marjorie- IIA ,, Hill, Judy- 10B , , ,. ,. Hill, Laura - 10B ,,,,,,,,,,,. Hill, Mary- 12A ,,,, ,,,,,., Hill, Patricia -IIB .....,,,,,,,,, 67, 71, Hill. Pauline -IIB ,,,,,,, , Hill, William - 12B ,.,,,,.II Hiller, Wendy - 10B ,,,,,,, Hilt, Charles - IOA .,.,,,,,, Hinkley, Donna - 12B , Hinkley, Eleanor - 10B ,,,, Hodges, Sharon -IIA ..... Hoerle, Marvin - IIB ,,,, Holben, Dave- 12B ,, Holcomb, Joyce - IOB ,,,,,,,, Holland, Bertha - 10B Hollar, Sam -12B ,,,,,,,,,,, Holly, Lyle- IIB .,,. .....,. Holman. Janet - IIB ,,,,,, Holmes, Richard - IIB Holmgren, Peggy - IIB ,,,,,, ,,,,, Holstine, Carol - 10B ....,.,. ,, Homfield, Carol- 12B ,,,,,,, Homfeld, Bob - 10B ,,,,,,,. Hommes. Carol- IOA , Hoover, Carol- IIA ,,,,,,,, Hoover, Richard - 10B ,,,,,I, Hopkins, Lester - IIA ,..,,,. ,,,,, Hopkins, Mary - 12B ..,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Horslev, Barbara - IIB ,,,,,,,,,, Houghtaling. Loran - 10B Houseman. Ioan - IIB ,,.., , Hovev, Leon -10B , , ,, Hovev, Robert- 12B ,, Howard. 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Hudy, Charlotte- 12B. ...,,,., ......., 7 3, 85, 82, Huffman, Diane - IIB .,,,,,, Huggard, Karlene - 10B .... Hughes, Joan - I IB .,........a,, Hughes, Mardelle - 10B ,.,..,, Hughes, Nancy -IIA ,,,,, Hughes, Ray - 12B ............. Huizenga, Dorothy - IIA Huizenga, Floyd - 10B ,,,,,11.. Humenick, Michael- 12B Humphreys, Shirley - 12B Hunt, Irwin - 10B ,,,,,,.....,... 78, ...Dil ..,...81, Hunter, John - IIB ,,,,,.......... ,,,,,,,.......... 1 23, Hutchinson, Charles - 12B Huttenga, Gordon - IIB ,, lndgjer, Jerry- 10B ,,,,, Irwin, Marsha - 12B ,,.,... Israel, Dick - IIB ,.,,.. lsreal, Earl- 10B ,,,,1,, lversen, Janet - 10B ,,,,,, Jackson, Mikalee - 12B ,,.,. Jackson, Wfilliam - 10B .,.,. Jacobs, Ronald - IOA ,,,,, Jager, Carol- IZA .....v,. James, Carole - IIB ,,,,,, Jarles, Clarence- 10A ,,,,, Jedrezak, Sally - IIA .,,,,,, Jensen, Arlene - 10B ..,,,, Jensen, Dick - 12B ,,,,,,,1 Jensen, Marlene - 12B III.. Jensen, Marva - 10B ,,,,,, Jensen, Maynard - 10B ,,,, Jensen, Norann - IOA ,,,,,,,, Jeppesen, Dorthea - 12B ,,,,,, Jespersen, Dick - IIA .,,,, Jett, Richard - 12B ,,,,,. Jewell, Carol - IOA ,,,,,,,,,,. Johnson, Arlene - I IB ,,,,, Johnson, Johnson, Betty- IIA ,,,,.., Johnson, Carol- 10B ......,,,, Johnson, Darlene - 10A 1..... Johnson, David - IOA ,,,,, Johnson, David - 10B ,.... Johnson, Guerdon- 10B , Johnson, Gunnard - 12A . Johnson, Janice- 10B ,,I.... Johnson, Jim - 12B ..,,,,,,,, Johnson, Joyce - 12B ..,,,,, Johnson, Kenneth - IIA ,, Johnson, Kent - I IA ,,,,,,, Johnson, Leonard - 10B ,, Johnson, Mariean -IIA .. Johnson, Marlene -- 12 B , Johnson, Naomi- 10B ,,,,, Johnson, Robert - I IA ,,,,. Johnson, Robert - I IB .,,,, Johnson, Robert - 12B .,...,,,, Johnson, Rodger - 10B Johnson, Roger Lee- 10B Johnson, Ronald - IIB ,.,, , Johnson, Ruth - 12B ,.,,., Johnson, Sandra - 10B ,,,. Johnson, Valerie - 12B ,,,, Jones, Clemone - IIB ,,,,,, Jones. Helen -- 12A ,,,.., Jones, Peter - 10B ,,,. ,, Barbara - 1 IA ,,,,, Joneson, Jone - IIB ,,..,fff,,,-- losephson, Luann-10B , Joslin, Barbara- 12B H ,,,,. W Juergens, Maryann - 10B ,,,..,, Kalavitz, Joyce - 12B , , Kalk, Karen -10B , ,,,, , Kalman, Fred -10B ,,,, W'iiiE5,iEE,"iSE, .......s9, ,,m,ss, ,,ss,s1 ,,,,s3o flffiifiiil sssss7m ,,.ffffffffff5i6, a,Hs71,s1, ..,ff75' WW85JfJsS'iias,iali. ,,,,,I..79, 84, as ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. ,120 fffii .....,.73 ,,,,,,fff5f I 79, so 64 64, 62, 91, 75, 64, 81, ,,,...,69 89, ,..fQfi7EQ A ,,,,,, 70, ,ss7s,7L 1 1 1 128 104 123 69 123 128 120 79 120 128 104 104 128 24 104 24 128 104 120 128 128 104 128 125 91 123 125 120 128 128 128 125 104 104 123 120 120 128 125 125 128 128 91 128 105 105 81 120 128 120 105 128 70 123 105 128 128 123 105 128 105 123 81 128 123 128 105 128 105 128 128 Kalward, Zaina - IOA ,,,. Karel. Jean Ann- IZB Karel, Paul- 10B L .,,., ,I Karel, Henry- 10A , , ,,,, .. Kaminski, Philip- 10B ,.,.,,, Karr, Myona- IZB , ,. Keefer, Richard- 10B ., Keillor Ann -IZA , Keillor, Virginia - IIA .... Keller, Dewey - IZB ,,,.,. Kelly, Bill- IIB I Kempker, Harold - 10B Kendall, David- IOA ....,e Kendall, Gloria - IOA , Kennedy, David - IOB Kennedy, Tempie- 10B Kennick, Joseph - IZA ..,.,. Kersting, Earl- IZB ., . . Kersting, Robert - IOB Keur, Lawrence- IIA . ,, Keur, Ronald- 10A . Kidder, Shirley - IZA ,.., Kiel. Darlene- IZA .. . , Kiel, Marilyn -IIB , ,,,, , Kienke, Marlene - IIB King, Darlene- IZB , King, Gordon- 10B , King, Leon-IIA ., King, Roger- IZA . Kinsley, Frank -10B ,. Kirkpatrick, Joan - IZB , Kirkpatrick. Robert - 10B Kison, Karen - IZB ,,,r,,,,. Kissling, Jim - IIB .. ..,,. .. Klack, Robert- IIB ,, Klang, Sally- IIA ....... Klasno, Eloda- 10A . Klasno, Mike- IZA .,..., Klein, Henry- IZB. . . Klevering, Joyce- IZA , Kleyn, Lois -IIB ...... 1, Kline, Herbert- IZB ,A,,,,, Klinger, Ruth - IIB . ,.,,, . Klinkner, Richard- IZA , Kloosterman, Kay- IZB. Kluck, Robert - IIB , ,..... . Knapp, Ruby- 10B .,.,, Knevitt, Sharlynn - IIA , Knoll, Arlene- IOA ,. Knoll, Bettv- IZA .. , . Knoll, Kathleen - 10B , . Knop, Ron- IZB , , Knutson, Eleanore- IZA Knutson, Paul - IZB , Kochen, Nancy - IOA Koehl, Penny- IOB Kolbe. Shirley- IZA , Kolkema, Richard - IIA Koontz, Connie - IZB ,, Kopp, Lothar- IZB Koral, lda Mae-IIA Kortman. Marion - IIB Koski, Elsa - IIB Kota. Alex -IIA Kowalski, JoAnn- IIB . Kraft, Carol- 10B Kraft, Suzanne- 12B 70, 71, Kramer. Marianne- IIB Kriss, Maxine- 10B , Kroeze, Chervl - IOA Krogman, Pauline - IZB Kroizman, Susanne - IZB Kroll. Patricia - IIB Kronlein, William -IIB Krueger, Jack- IIB ,, Kubicek. Carol- 10B , Kuck. David -IIA ,, Kuhn. Janet -IIB ,,.. ...IQffiE, .......fffQQQf55Q I 'fffi5,'5'i,"66, fffffiiifiil . ..,.,, 30. ffffffffisf Qff'SbQ Mfffiib. Qf. f.fffff51, .. , 91, 73, 85, 71, 123, 36, .........69, ffQ.'5i,iiE6, iifffffffi. ...QQQEQQ .,.ff55,-566. 62, 64, 81, 82, .............123, 71, 14, f'fff fff55Q 66, 69, ffflffffiiif fffffsi. 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Lanz, Barbara - 10B .,,.., .,,, 6 7, 69, LaPointe, Barnell - IIB ............., .,.,,,,. Lappo, Clarajane -10B ,.,,.,,, Larabee, Nancy - IIB ,,.. ,. Larabee, Shirley - IIA ,,,.. Laraway, Ferris - 10B ,,,,.,, Larr, Danny - IZB ,,,.,,,....... La Rue, Mary Lou- 10A ....,.. Larsen, Russell- IZA .,,, Larson. Charles- 10B ,,,., Larson, Jack - IIA ..,..,,, Larson, Leon - IZB .. ,,,.,. .. Lash, Peggy A. - IZA ,.,...,. Lasswell, Donna- 10B Latsch, Barbara - 10B ...,. Lauback, Shirley - IOB ,,,,,, Laughery, Mariann - 11B .,.. Le Vere, Julie- IIB ....,....1., Lawburgh, Johanna -10B ,. Lawrence, Carol ..,,.,,,. .......,.. Lawrence, Marilyn - IZB ..,. Leaf, Ruth- 10B .,,........,.,.. Lee. Tony ..,.. .. ,,.,,,,,..,...., .. Legault, Joseph - IOB ,,,,, Lehman, Janet - IIB ..,,.,, Lemieux, Carol- 10A ,,,..,.,, Le Roux, Eugene- IZB .. Leroux, Winona - 10B .,..,,1 Leventis, Flora - IZA ..1. , Le Tarte, Clyde- 10B ,,,,, Lewis, Dorothy - IOB , ,, Lewis. Tom -IIB ,,,. ,,1,, Liggins, Ethel- 12B ,...,..,,, Lileholm, Bob- 10B .....,,,,,, Linback, Nancy- IZB ., . ,. Lindblom, George- IZA ., . Lindeman, Walter- IZA .. . Lindstrom, Audrienne - IZB Lindstrom, Carl- IIA ,,.. ,. Link. Raymond - IZB ,,.,,... Link, Tom- IZB ,,,,,,,.,..... Linstrom, Ron- IIB .. ..,,,,, ,, Linstrom, Russell- IOA , Linton, Kenneth- IZA . Lipton, Clyde - IZA ,,,...,,, Logg, Donna-10B . ,, Lohman, Donald - IZA , ., Long, Lee G. - 10B Long. Paul- IIB , , . . 95, 95.115, 1. . ,70, 79, 123, 'fffffQQQfS6, .. ,... 67, 69, 71, 78, 84, 62, 36. 71, 62. so, ffff7'1,i'iikQ mffffflii .. ..... 92, fQff7s.1169."6EQ ewsz, 69, 129, .. , 79, 92, 72, H ' ff ifffffuia. 92, 65, 64, , ,. 81, I ..'.., 6s. 73, 69, 85, 63, Loomis, Donzy- IZB .. .. 41.79, Lorenz, Rov - IIA ....,....,.,,,.... Loseth. Dick - IOB ....... ..,..... Lougherv, Mary Ann - IIB .,.,,., Lovell, Agnes - IIB ....... ....,... IZ9 123 129 92 129 70 129 63. 107 85 129 65 129 129 36 92 129 129 120 107 129 129 123 129 123 77 125 120 129 I07 125 92 129 77 107 92 129 129 129 84 123 129 129 107 64 129 123 125 129 132 129 129 65 53 129 107 92 45 107 62 107 123 81 129 92 81 123 107 120 129 123 7 Lowing, Jim - IIB ,,,,,, Lowrie, Rita - IOB ,, ,,...,,, .. Lowry, Richard- IIB .,,, ....v,,,, 6 2, 123 Ludlow, Patricia- IOB ,A..., ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,......, Lundholm, Linda -10B ,,,,. ,,..... 71, 64, 81 Lusk, Jeanette -IIB . , H .,-, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Luster, Dorothy - IOB .,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,..A... 7 8 Luther, Rosemary -10B ,,,,,,,, .,,,,,, 6 7, 69, 82, Lynch, William - IOB ,,,,,,, ,...,...........,,,. Maastricht, Bill- IIB ,,,,, .....,,t 6 S, Maddi, Bill- IIB W ,, ..,,,,,,,,,,, ....... , 70, Mahoney, Patricia - IOB .. ,.,..,. . Mahn, Betty Lou-10B . .. ,,,,,,, .72 Mahn, Phyllis - IOB ,,,,,, , ., ..,,,.,,,, Maibauer, Bob - IIA ,,,,,,,,,,,,., ,,.....,..,...,,,,,. Makemson, Barbara -12B ,.,, 2.67, 63, Makie, Bob - IIA ,,,,,,,.. .,.., ,.i,...,,........ Malzburb, Jerry - IIB ,....Y,,, .,,.,,,,,,,,,. I 23, Malzburg, Patricia- IZA ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,... Manchester, Bob- 12A ,,,,, 26, 45, 24, Mapes, Lillian- IOB , ,, ,, Marceau, Janice - IIB ., , iiiiiiiis I ssss 76,78 ,,,,II,,,II23 Mating, Joan - IOB ,, Mark, David- IIB ,,,, . , Marks, Betty - 12B ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Markham, Rose Marie - IIB Markham, Tom- IOB ,, ,, fffffffiiii ,71, ss, ss Marquard, Jack-10A . .,,,,, Mars, Marilyn R.-12B , .. Marshall, Joyce- IIB , , Marse, Beverly ,, H ,.,... Marse, Joan ,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,....,,, Martin, Bruce - IIB ,.,. Martin, Carol- 10A ., Martin, Dorothy - IOB ,,.,, . Martin, Juanita - 12B ,,,,,,, . Martinez, Louie- 12A ,,,, ,, Martinez. Tony - IIB ,,,,,,, Martinez, Raymond - IIB Martz, Roger-'IIB , Marvin, Raymond - IOB Mason, Bill - 12B . ,,,,,,,,,, , Masstricht, Bill ,,,,,,,,,,,i,. Mathews, Patricia - IIB Matteson, Marcia -IIB Matthews, Bruce - 12A . Matthews, Clark - IOB . Matthews Donald - IIB Matthews, Nancy- IOB Matthews. Pat -IIB , ,. Mattison, Tom - 10B ,, Mavis, Dorlan - IZA ,. Maxug,M. , , Maxwell, Cynthia - 12B May, Elwyn-12B Maycroft, Don- 12A ,, , Mayo, Nancy - 12B Mayrose, John-12B , ,, Mazade, Eyvonne - 10B Mazade. Louise- 12B , .. Mc Call, Nancy - IIB Mc Callum, Harry -IIB Mc Callum. Mary- IOB Mc Cann, Karen- 10B Mc Clain, Leroy - IOB Mc Clure, Jerry - IOB Mc Clure, Monte- IIB , Mc Combs. Anna- 12A , Mc Connell, Ted -IIA Mc Cormick, Pat- IZA Mc Crea. Eilean- IOB , , McDonald, Shirlev- 10B Mc Gahan, Dorothy - 10B Mc Grain, Patricia- IOB ,, ,, Mc Gregor, Margaret -IIB Mc lntire, Virginia -IIB Mc Machen, Audrey- 10B Mc Michael, Donna - IIB . I.,16,123 111751, 'Lili I fif7ii,is5 ,....92 72 ,HWn92,73 . IIII 79,81 H72 ,H,.81,82 ..I 71,82 .. . .70 . 71, ss ,, ,123 ifffa4 , 71 , .72 .,71, 78 ,,79, 123 1 v s y 129 24 129 129 123 129 129 129 81 123 70 129 129 120 107 24 107 129 82 129 81 69 129 64 129 107 81 123 125 123 125 108 70 123 123 129 108 123 123 123 81 129 123 129 123 129 92 78 108 108 70 108 108 129 108 123 58 129 129 129 129 123 93 129 129 129 129 123 36 123 Mc Millan, JoAnn -IIB ,,..,, Mc Narland, Harold - 12B .,,,,,, Mc Pherson, Elsie- IOB .,.,,,, Mc Sorley, Sandra - IOB .,,.., Mead, Janet - 10B .,.,..,.,3,,,,3. Meara, Donna - 10B ,,,,,....,33,3, Medendorp, Gordon - 12B ,,,,,,, Medlon, Charles - I IB ...,,,,, Mell, Richard - 10B .....,,, nnWn85,123 .emuwayo ,HW69,78,62 Mendham, JoAnn- IOB t,,,,,.......,...3,,,,,........,........ 78 Menges, Charles P.-12B ,,,,,.. .,,..,, 8 4, 63, 15, 81, 82 Mertz, Bill - 10A ,,,..,,..,,.,,,,3., ...,,..,,,,3II..........,. ..I.... Messerschmidt, Dale - IOB Metheny, James - 10A ,,,,,,...YY Meyers, Andrew ,,,,,, ......,.,,,,, Meyers, Barbara - IIB ,,.... Michelman, Betty - 12B ,...,, Middlecamp, Grace- 12B ......,, Middlecamp, Gordon- IIB ,.,..,, Miller, Dorothy Jean - 12B Miller, Jesse - 10B .......3,,,. Miller, Bill- IOB ,,,..,....,,,,,,,, Miller, Darell-12B ,,... Miller, Nancy- 10B ,.,..,,,,,, Miller, Ronald A. - IOB .,,,, Miller, Sheila M. - IIB .,,,,,. Mines, Bob G.- IIB ,.....,,, Mitchell, Albert - 10B ..,,, Mitchell, Alice - IOB ,I...,,,,, Mitchell, Joyce A. -10B .,..,.,, Mizenek, Karen - IOB .,,,,,,,.... Mjovig, Le Roy D.-12B ,,.,.., Moessner, Kathryn - 12B ,,,.,... Mooers, Carolyn - 12B ,,,. Moon, Linda -IIB .,,,,,,, Moon, Nancy - 12B .,,,, Monroe, Charles - IIB ,,,,I, Moore, Lyle- 12B .I I........ .. Moore, Marva - 10B ,.... ,,,,,,,I. Moore, Jon Michael - IOB ,,,,,,. Moran, Jack- IZA , ,.... .,,,, , Morrall, Rosalie- IOB ,.,, Moreen, Ivaleen- 12B ,I..,,.,, ...wffffffiii fffQ7'5,"7i,"EiQ ,W3W69,66 iffffffiii ...ffffiifii fffffffZ5f87,i'76 nhUUa69,36 eeuuuneeis ,a71,7s,7s ,vHnnaaan7I Uueeeausi eeeeetnas Hue.. si 85, , ..,,, 69,121 Morehouse, Jack I. - IIA ....... .. .. ...,.... ..i........, . Morrell, Ilene - IIB .. ,..,.. .. .. .,,.........,.. ....77 Morris, Sue-12B ..... . .I.. ..,. 6 3, 84, 35, I5 Morrison, Beverly- IOB ..... -..... .... .,-...,. 7 8 , 64 Morse, Beverly - 1 IB ......,....,.... ....... .-.,.,. Morse, Joan - 10A ...., . .....,..... ..,,., ,.-............., . Moseler, Mary Louise- 12B .,...,, 81, 82 Mosher, Judy- IOA ,.,,, , .,.... .. .................. Moser, Sharon - IOB . ...... . . ....... Movey, Pam- IIA .. .... . ..... 67, 69, 121 Mudge, Betty - 10B ..... .. .. ..... .. Mulder, Phyllis - IIB ......... . ............-. .. Mulder, Richard - 12A .. . ...... ........... ....... . . .- Mulreaclv, Kathryn- IIB . . 69, 78, 85 Mulready. Michael- IIA . .. .. ... .. Mummert, Don- 12A . . . . . 93 Mundt, Karen- 10A ... .. 64, 35, Bl Murphy, Jean -12B ....... , 67, 66, 69 Murphy, Mary- 10B . . . 69, 78, 66, 54 Murphy. .Roger -IIB ..... ..........-- -...... ---- . Mustard, Vernon - 12B ,..... . ......... Muyskens, Kirk - IIB . .. . Neal, Jim- 12B .. ,. . .. Nedervelt, Mary- IIB . , . 69, 78, 66, Neibarger, Harold - 10A . . . ....... Nelson, Janet - 12B , , . . 73. 73. Nelson, Jean-IIB . 69, 79, 66, Nelson, Joe-IIA . , .,,,, , 79, 120, 83, 81, Nelson, Lynalice- 10A , , , , . ,, . . 72, 79, Nelson Ron- IIB . . . . . .- . Nelson, Ramona- 10A . . . Nelson, Shirlev D.- IIB . . .... . .. .. Nelson Wanda -IIB .. 71, 79, Nenis, Barbara - IIB . Netzler, Shirley - IIB Policha, Sheila - IIB ,,,,,, Neumann, Dick -IZA .,,,, Nicolai, Bernadette- IOB Nicolai, Yvonne .. ., ,, Nielsen, Lorraine- 12B ., Nipges, Barbara- IOB , Nixon, Carolyn- IOB , ,, Nolen, .lane - IZB ,,.,,,, Norris, Phillip- IIB ....,. Norstrom, Janet - I IA .... Norton, Larry-I2B , Nugent, Jarry - 12B Nygren, David- IZB . Nyquist, Donna- IIA ..,,,, O'Brien, Earl- IIB , .. .. O'Connor, Terry - IIA ,,,.. Oden, Fillmore- I2B , ,, Odmark, Ray -IIA .. Ogren, Bill -IIB ,.,,,... Ohst, Vivian -IIB .,,,, Olsen Anna - IZA .,...,.. Olsen, Charles- IIA ,,,... Olsen, Olsen, D Mary-12B , . Olsen, Tom- IOB ., ,, , ,. Olson, Kareen - IZB ,,,, Olson, Olson, Lois - IOB , ,.., . Richard- IOB . .. Olson, Ronnie - IOA ,, Oosting, Oosting Bet: Lou - IOB Y Tom-IOB . .,.,,..,.. . Orcutt, Kenneth- IOB ,..,,.. Orwick, Barbara - IOB ...,i, Osborn, Bud - IZA ..r.... Osborn, Marcia - IOB ....... Osborn, Mary - IOB .,...., Osborn, Ted - IIB .,..., ..... Oslund, Judith - IOB , .,,i, , Ott, Richard- IOA ,, Paul. Harold- IZB . .. Petersen, Shirley-12B . ,. , Orworth, Pat - IIB , ,,,,,. , Oudsema, Ronald - IIB ,.,,.,,,....., Ouwerkerk, Arthea - IZB Ouwerkerk, Shirley - IOB Palmer, Jane-IIA , ,.,, , Panici, August-12B , ,, Paquin, Joyce A. - IIB Parks, Dave- IIB , ,,,, . Parsons, Janet - IIB . , , Patow, Connie - IIB ..., ,.I, Patrick, Victor- 10A .. . Patt, Virginia -IIB , Patterson, Dail- IIB ,,... Pattison, Shirley - IZB .. .I Paulik, Tony- IIB , . Paulsen, Harold- IIA . . Paxson, Jackie- IOB .... Peacock, Betty - IOB ., . , Pearce, Ronald - I2B , Pearson, Eddie - I IB , Pedersen, Sharon - IIB , , Peel, Carol- IOB . , Peet, Bill- IZB , . , Pelltey, Edward- IOA Pengilly, Fordyce- IOB A Perry, Elton - IIB . .,,,. . Perry, Roy -10B ,, ., Peters. Gail- IOA , , Petersen, Quinton - IOA , .,.. Peterson, Brent - IIA I ., Petre, Rosemary ....,.. Pfalfu, Bill- IOB .. Pfeiffer, Doris- IIB I . Pherson, Elsie H ,, ....... ,..,,, . Phinney, Darlene- IIA , Picard, Pauline- IOB , .,t,.ss93, ze, ffffiiii R "I1270.9i7ii,'5Q"6'i,"EE, . risisi ...Qiliifil I fff"25,'7i',"E3', ,,.,.....s,79, 93, ...........,...64, QfQffffEli, Qfffifflisi ,.....,46, si, ,,s..,s.3s, .sfffiifi 'f7'ff7'i"'2lQ 7iQ'i7E'.ii75Q"25"'E6Q .,,67,'69, 78, s4, ff'ffff7i'Q'ii'i'i,"5iQ ,....,,,.123, si, ...iffff75, .,......62, .. ...fifff7b, sz, , s..s,r 79, so, sl, . ss. is, 124, , ,,.., 68, , .,.... 85, , ,..... 36. 24 129 109 70 129 129 109 I23 121 109 I09 121 123 109 123 I23 77 121 68 109 I29 109 129 I29 126 129 I29 129 I29 93 I29 129 129 126 109 I29 109 82 82 123 123 126 123 123 109 109 I23 121 129 I29 IIO 81 81 I29 110 130 130 126 110 126 I2 130 130 124 130 Pierson, Russel- IIA Pietila, John - IIB .,,...., Pippin, Bill- 12A ..,.,.,.,, Pitre, Rosemary- IOB .,r.. Pixley, Dolores- 12B ,... Pixley, Lloyd - I2B ...... Plekes, Paul- 10A .,,,,,.. Plescher, Joan - IOB .,...s., Pletcher, Lynda - IOB ,,,..i, Plont, Janet M. - IOB ...., Plotner, Connie - 10B . .. Plumhoff, Thomas - IIB Poe, Florence- IIB ..,.,. Polak, Mary Jean- 12B . Polak, Theresa - IOB , ,rssfffffiiil QfffQfQQf5iQ az. ...fffffffffEi, ..,....,.69, ss, Qfflliili fi" ..QQff23f'EEi"i'3'S'f Poland, Sydney- IOA ..,.,,.. ,,s,,,,, 7 2, 78, 36, Pomeroy, Bill- IIB ,,,.,, Port, Darlene - IOB ,...... Porter, Edward - IIB ....,., Porter, Jay - IIB ,..,,,.,..,. Porter, Larry - IOB .....,. Postema, Joanne- 10A ,. Postema, Lois Mae- I2A Potter, Lois - IOB .,,,,,,,.., Potts, Carolyn - 10A ..., Potts, Tom- IOA ,..,..,., Poulos, Peter- 10A .,..... Predko, Monica- 12B Prell, Arden - IOB H Prell, Stanley - IIB ,,,,, ...ffffff25Q ,,,.,,,..93, 63, iiifffffffiiif ,..,.....30, .Qjfffffiili Prins, Carol- IZB .,,... ,,,,,,,,, 6 5, 59, Price, James -- IZA ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Priest, Connie - 10B ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,-,-, Priest, Lola .,,,..,,,, ,.,,,.,,,,,, ,,,. Prow, Delores Ann - IIA .... Rademaker, Bill- 12B ,, . Rademaker, Eileen- 10B ,,,. Rademaker, Pat - 12B ...,..,.,,,. ,,,, Rademaker, Sharon - IOB ,... Ragen, Judy - IOB ,,,..,. ,,,, Ramirez, Alice - IIB ,,.,, ,,,,,,, Ramirez, Arthur- IIA , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Ramirez, Margaret - 10A .,.,,,., ,,,,,,,,, 3 5, Ramirez, John- IOB I ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , Ramsey, Bill- IIA ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. , , Randall, Keith - IOB . ,,.,,,, , A,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,, Q Rasey, Pat - IIA .,,,,s,ssss, 57, 59, 71, 84, Rasmussen, Karen - I IA ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Rathbun, Phillip- IOB ., Rawdon, Jim A. - IIB ., Raymond, Shirley - IIA , Ream, Gwen, J.- IOB Reames, Calvin- IOB ,,... Revedew, Ernie- IIB Reece, Ronald - IOB ,.,.,, Reed . Beverly -IIB .,.... Reed, Darlene - 10A ,.,,,, Reed, Clyde- IIB .,,., Reed, Lois- 12B , ...,,,,, . Reed, Milton- 10A .,.., Reed, Robert- IOB .,.,., Reck, Rex R. - IOB , Recknagle, Dean - I2B .. Reek, Bill - 12B , .,.,..., . Reek, Jim - IOB ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Renkenberger, Bill - IIB Reyes, Minerva- 10B Reyes. Gloria- IOB .. Ricard, Pauline . ,.,, ,, Richards, Charles- I2B , Richmann, Harold - 10B Richmond, Fred - 10A ,.,.... Ridderman, Ralph - IOB Rieben, Judith - 10B .,.,,. Rieltels, Henry- IZA . ,..,. . Riggle, David - IIB .,,,,.,... Riley, Earl Robert- IIB , .Qffffi7iiQ .,..,,,.so, fffffffffiii ,fffiixfiiiii . ..,,,ss 76, sz, sz, 24 78 110 IIO 126 130 130 130 124 82 110 30 126 124 130 124 130 126 70 126 126 126 110 130 24 110 93 130 130 121 130 110 130 130 72 126 130 120 130 124 120 130 124 70 130 130 130 124 126 124 110 I26 130 110 110 130 79 130 130 130 110 130 130 130 130 63 124 124 Riley, Mary - 10B ..., ,,,, Rillema, George - 12B ,,,,,,,, Rinard, Dayton - 10B ....,,,,,,,, Rinckey, Charlotte - IIB Rinkenburgon, Wm. ,Y,,,,,,,... Risk, Pat -IIB ,,,...Y,,,,,,, Ritter, Walt - IIA ,,,,., Robar, Jim - IIB ,,,,,.,,A. Robbins, David- IOB ,, Robbins, Larry- IIB ,,,....... Roberts, Louise - 12A ,,...,,,,,,,A Robertson, Evelyn - 12B Robertson, Jean - IOA ,AA.... . WWhW69,7M .s2t27o 87,'85,El,iiI2i 7Sm"ifQfQfli2 Rodes, Nancy - IOB ,,AA....,,,. ....,.,,,,,,.....,..,,,,,.,,, Rodewald, Bill- 12B ,,,A.,,..,,,,, ,,,..,,.,,,,,,, 7 I, 29, 24 Rodewald, Mary E.- IOB .,..,,, ,,,,.,,, 6 2, 66, 65, 82 Roelofs, Maxine- IIB ,,.....,,,, ......,,,,,, 6 9, 70, 79 Rogalla, Margaret- IOB ,,,,, Rogers, Glenda - IIA ..... Rogers, Jim - IIB ,,,,,,,,,, Rojan, Corrine - I IB ,,,,, Rojan, George -12B ,,,,,, Rollins, Jean- 1213 ,....,,, Root, Barbara - 10B , Rork, Ellen - IIA .,,,,, Rose, Jack- 10B , ,,,, Rose, Robert - 12B ,,.,,,,, Rosen, Kurt -IIB , ..., , Ross, Carl- IOB ,, ,,,,,, Ross, John -10B ,,,.. ,,,,,,,,.,,, Rossman, Annette - IIB Rowe, Everett - 12B .,,,,,, Rowe, Ronald - IOB ., Ruiter. Janice- IIB . , Rull, Roger- IIB ,, ,. Rummelt, Marva - IIA . Runnels, Bob-12A . Russcher Glenn -12A .. Rust, Shirley- 12B . Russcher, Donna - IOB , Russell, Kathleen- 12B . , Russell, Lucille- IOB , Ryan, Ryan Ryan Ryke Sabin Sabin 1 Patricia - 12B , Tom - IOB ,,,, ,.., Bill - 12A ,,,,,,,,. Ruth -12B Emogene - IIB , , Margaret ,,,,, , Sampson, Janet - 12B . Sandberg, Gary- IIA Sandberg, Sandra- IIA , Sandin, James -IIA ,, , Sargent, Sally - IOB . ,,,, , Saunders, Jack - IOB , Sawdey, Margery- 12B , Saxton, Harriet - 10A ,,,,, Saylor, Jim - 10A ,,,, ,, Schacht, Nancy- IIB ,. Schaefer, Herbert- IOB , Schaefer, M. Ione- IOB , Schaner, Jerome-12B ,, Scheidegger, Rosemary - 12A ,,,,, Schlueter, Dorothy - 12B Schmidt, Bettv - IOB ,,,,,,,,,,,, Schmidt, Marilyn - 10B .,,,,, Schmidt, Rita -IIB ,.,.,,.,. 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Sieplinga, Gladys - 12A ,,,,, Sietsema, Charles - IIA ,,,,,, Signs, Judy- 10B .,,,,,,,,,,. Sikkenga, Judith - IOB ,, Sima, Donald - IIB ,, ,,,,,1 1. Simonson, June - IOB ,,,,,,,..,,, Simpkins, Raymond - 10B ,,,, Simpson, Nancy - IOB ,, I Singleton, Charlotte - IIB ,,,, , Sipe, Ronald- IIB ,, , ,,.,,,,, Siplon, Carol- IIB , ,,,,,,,, , Sirotko, Ted -12B ,,,, Sischo, Jack- 12B , W Settsey, Douglas - 10B ,, Sittser, Suejean - IIB Skinner, Bob - IIA , Skinner, Don - IOB , , , , Skoglund, Richard- IIB ,, . , Sken, Arnold- IOB , Slattery, Allen - 10B ,,,,, 1uu27s,s9 ,11fEE S2281 11112 69 69, 67 , U79 .. ,. 81 . .,,,, 70 Sloan, Jim B. - IOB ,,,,, ,,,, Slott,.Joan-IIB ., H ,.,,,,,,.. ...,,,,,,,........ . . 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