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

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No, we are seek- ing the type of wisdom that only we students can obtain. Wisdom from competition in athletics, participation in school clubs, our classroom studies, and the bond of friendship existing between the administration, faculty, and student body. This type of wisdom teaches us the value of co-oper- ation, fair play, sound judgment, and following instruc- tions exactly, which will remain with us long after we have walked down the corridors of MHS for the last time. FOR THOSE WHO SEEK IT . As we look about our campus, we are aware of three symbols that remind us of this wisdom. They are the owls on the corners of the building, the owls as a part of the insignia on our class rings, and probably the most obvious symbol is the monument to Charles H. Hackley, representing the Goddess of Wisdom or Knowledge, which is the key to the theme of our 1955 Said and Done. We invite you to journey with us through our year- book and see how we at MHS acquire our wisdom. 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Weaefz cz ala!! mamewzf Dave Kennedy and Terry Braver- man put some "oomph" into a pep assembly! I4 0 6? 2? ' Another batter goes Everyone took port in the pep rally sponsored by Student Council eala up for Muskegon. Isla VanEenenaam reigned as Homecoming Queen with Sue Anderson and Marilyn Ferris as attendants. xodlement 6646"ZQ6tl46'Z6., Lois Haughey and Julie Swanson unpack robes in the Said and Done office before the dance. Isla Vc1nEenencrcm ond Jack Hesse were crowned at The Royal Romp. 71' cacw Mein nigh' The Royal Court enioys a ioke of iw. If kyji' fi? f -M4 ,Qs ,, 'ff , , I we 4 i gifi'-:EY .1571 Q ., N ,,, .I fr . . 'H V 1 '+ ig? sk N 5, ,fm ,.,.,,ff' -s-44 fmm -.1, i Q S Q ggflx f Hg as 1 5 4' X X W f- w,Q.,,.f .xg ' S "S3f:iS3'f1 Y ' KX X M55 Ms Teaching orthopedic children at Nelson school was a new project undertaken by the radio classes. 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A pep band plays a rousing salute to its candidate in the Student Council election. Conservation 'Club members work hard and also have fun on the school farm. bv? ,l if :M 5 N 'X Sw' A gk A X S S X X X A A .5 5' W Q 5 N 5 Q xi X x S YS S xx 3, W Q X mx gt , ....,.. T , ,. :Qm.::. -: S' w 'EVN N' 5 5 S XX S .R . X x Q Q S Q :S XSS Q xxx 3 X Q N o Q x QR :- SQ xxx XX x ,. .... : . 'R Xi ,.: ..,. : :.-:mg Q Y Q :fiat 3, 3 K " fx s w . X ff ' ' x my , x - Xf- S l X x X. 5 51 S if SQ X Q if ,N mwwv.. + S NS ,N S x X gr Q :Q S 5-S Q -N Il. i ,gm M Www- , , ' 'Q f""ffL,Q,w- f ,fb vt 1 I 331 'W' 7730 K 'X ' I. Christian Youth hold their Annual Banquet at the Y.W.C.A. endafw me in tie Zdmeidgdz' Our Exchange Students receive Top Honors at the end of the school year. " wwf? XXV-2? f 355 V ax rv "-"" '1:j"'2sg:s X .,' 4 Nea get Sf .faiy-'-5 .Eg lf X QM, N, .in ,.,. . W 1,3 Q was M Aw A I S, , Eff H, ,, A VH X e N X qw ms gg 4 ., ,. , W? N-if - . , . Q A ff 5 Q ww if .,., 5,1 f. Qx X' ff, Q. 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Even with these and many more duties resting on him, Mr. Burdick still manages to take trying situations in his stride and continually be understanding and amiable. Edward Huttengcl Donald lhrman B.A., M.A. Alice Kyes B.A., M.A. amfdfmtdaa mee , . awake czmczylay The rare combination of administrator and counselor is found in the assistant principals of M.H.S. Mr. Ihrman and Mrs. Kyes exercise their talents by aiding Mr. Burdick, counselors, and student body in keeping the school and its activities running smoothly. Mr. Huttenga is doing as fine a job of heading the Hackley Manual Training School as would be expected of anyone. He also must have exceptional ability to meet the complex duties of his position. William Denton B A M A Frederick Broil B.S., M.A. Harriett Reid Enemy ,hfwflem met drhectlq Each and every problem that is brought to Muskegon's counselors is met as a personal challenge. Included in their jobs are not only tasks required for the functioning of the school, but also the huge responsibility of settling everyone's difficulties. Many have been known to go into the counselors' offices with various disturbing troubles, but no one has been known to leave without having their burdens lightened by a talk with one of our esteemed advisors. No issue is evaded, and every suggestion offered is given extreme consideration so that it will be suitable for the particular situation. Theresa Casferline Clerk Margaret Boyink Clerk Marian Veitenheimer Registrar Julia DeYoung B.A., B.S. Margaret Elliott B.A., M.S. Zecwcmz' atmaqeiae aapplemazla e ' 'mcg An im ortant aid to efficienc is harmon . This is one of the main ideas P Y Y promoting the friendly attitude of our office staff and librarians toward both co-workers and students. William Harrison Ralph Plummer BA MA Ethel Raue Ebba Bed ker Mabel Quail B.A. Ph.B. fzamsdaiedpeafzecmdl .. The full importance or contents of an English course cannot be appreciated until it is analyzed and understood. Fran Redmond Marcella OConnor Surah Coufchie B.A., M.A. Thoro Lundell B.A., M.A. Eva Sheridan zfaaplizw' 'eameddmzgldagpmtdcfxlee In order to help us do this the English Department of M.H.S. is well equipped with literature and grammar books that are put to good use by both students and teachers. Adelaide Thompson B.A. I I I Raymond Bauer B.S., M.S. Douglas Tool B.S., M.A. Claire Cook Tbose of us who studied under Mr. Cook found inspiration and a rbnllenge lo do our best. Those of us who remain will remember bim with affection as a fine rlmrurfer and proud contributor to ibe teaching profession to wbirb be devoted his life. Winthrop Trautman Zxiww ' making of Me modem morale! Science holds a more prominent position in the students' academic studies today because of its ever increasing importance in the development of the world. Aw 'NR X 1 A Q? X x xi N X x 2 Q f V, bliix . as X R1 ,,,, - :,, Ax W' .--H if 2 5 .--...... """ix wx gc Q N KX Q S Jean Carlson B.A. Norma Parrish B.A. Marian Helvie B.S. Edith Merritt B.A., M.A. Quentin mee haue! To prepare the Muskegon students for life at home or abroad, are the language teachers. Offered in the curriculum are Latin, Spanish and Frenchg three of the most useful and popular languages today. Kenneth Rolfe M.A. Dorothy Andrews B.A. .X Stanley Rolfe B.A., M.A. Robert Ritcheske .ad The math students at M.H.S. invariably arrive at the conclusion that principles established by the world's expert mathematicians are generally accepted as fact. But before coming to this end, they never fail to try to change the experts' theories to match their own. With the teachers' guidance, students finally manage to accept the principles proven by their predecessors. I ,ff .vw fiww l l Ji l l Kari Franck B.A. ' - .. l S x B.A. Jenelle Faber B.A. Franklin Poling B.A. ' g 64 one 556147 . . . ,beading 40505467 The speech teachers at Muskegon strive to make good speakers out of our students through vital speech classes. One semester of speech is required, but there are untold advantages and golden opportunities in store for those who are eager to go on with advanced classes in speaking. Peggy Powers 'A William Young B.A., M.A. James Curnalia M.A. Paul Dunworth B.A., M.A. Raymond Carlson B.A., M.A. G5 5,1 I I I I I I I ' 6 70010710661 The never-ending story of the building and maintaining of nations is por- trayed through interesting and illustrative social studies classes. Variety is added to developing knowledge of facts by the use of absorbing movies and entertaining, educational projects. ' eazdedeazteaadee Mr. Partington's social studies are made more interesting by his fascinating stories of the many highlights of the U. S. This information is available to him not only through education but through personal experience. Mr. Partington spent last year traveling in order to broaden his own horizons and to make his class discussions more vivid. He was welcomed back to M.H.S. this year by students and teachers all eager to hear of his experiences in his travels. Russel Partington B.A., M.A. Ethel Plhlsfrom George Russcher Gordon Harris and Carole Gunderson try out the offensive weapons to capture the castle, while Bob Sikkenga admires his proiect in World History. Students get a better idea of history when they carry on research and develop a project to illustrate the period studied. Adelaide Seostrom B.S. Strofewula Kehicls B.A., M.A. Harry Potter B.S. Thomas McShclnnock B.S., M.A. cedifaltiefaviqczecaelicaatiedzczcfz Along with our regular studies at M.H.S. we have a twice weekly variation in the form of a Physical Education class. One doesn't have to be Mister or Miss America to enjoy the classes. There are many different kinds of sports to suit everyone's taste. 72am Arthur Reed B.C.S., B.A., M.A. Anthony Gilsdorf B.A., Ph.M. 0 Goldie Mayrose B.A. wma wwmzamqe :Ae Zwmew Continuous improvements in methods of teaching and important revisions of the contents of various courses are always adding to the value of the commercial department of M.H.S. As more modern machines and new efficiency devices are introduced in the business offices, Muskegon keeps up with the trend by making any necessary changes in the school curriculum to keep the courses up to date. .afiili ,ff S ,4 A i V, K Q X, ,X , - N..-D Y 1 I , I , W .QR 'XbQ'fx - Q Q. , , 'AWN' ' A QW? Nr Us iw A A .2 .N X x 1 X QA 'x S S x 3 , I F E i sf S i 3 x. -. , X' T' fx AX-Q XNXQ NNN vi .--""" Y Harvey Paulson Ph.B., M.A. Margaret Hitchcock B.A. Cecelio Knoll -. eiawltdeaaeaeaaf .... The teachers of the commercial department of Muskegon High have reason to be proud of their work. Among each year's graduates there are many who go into business offices well prepared and confident because of their thorough training in the various phases of their future work. Through well-planned and carefully-executed courses, our commercial teachers produce a large number of top-notch secretaries and stenographers. met lmdnedta 6ee,ecJL'fz 'gunna Typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, and business arithmetic are only a few of the essentials taught at M.H.S. in the commercial department. These courses and many more contribute to the curriculum set up to train our students in the complex details of helping to run an office or business establishment efficiently. Russell Stevens M.B.A. Marlon Young B S M A Vera Klontz C S. B S -Q: fad?-, A Q G A W' W' YK W M 95 Ki W 3 ' Q Q 'aiiaxx ig. .Q 54 .tid-E32 5 ll 5:35 it 1 ggxxgvmiszg if' au, K' asa' ,QI 'aff' 5 . 'U fl1"'l'c, 3? 1Qf 5. Fa, 'gif Q ul .f 4' ' 3 ,Dani in ny' 6 5, W Q Qu uf.. 1:,FfQ4 5: in "'s1.'-95' lpn 1 ,, N N Donald Bergh B.S., M.S. Henry Bolt Robert Leitch B.A. Rex Sheafhelm James Taylor From Auto Mechanics to Printing the students get specialized training in vocational subjects that fit them for on-the-job training. Donald Mooney B.S. Harold Rosengren B.S. Franklin Lowry Thad Diebel a-acddaatma mid aucaeaa of ayqmeatdaea Messrs. Rosengren, Lowry, and Diebel supervise the boys apprenticeship train- ing program and act as co-ordinators between the school and industry. Mr. Mooney instructs the boys in Shop Math to give them the needed back- ground for their work. X mm I if S' 'Ei A Msg ig E ? 1 Q a .nw W' f W ww X 'N wg Xb X XXNv,. :rx 'X X NNQMNNX Sk vkqxwww Q NXXSXX v X X x .xxx X ,A W NN xx XV , x XQ wx X xxx w .Q Qt .gf X X NX X N X X N wx N X Xxxkbx Q X 5 X QM . I ig JNMQ, - mx XX M X X X fs X W XFX NN NxXxxx5 X, NNN QNX X W X , N wx X Y X S .gf 'L x Nix X :Qs 1 N x x Y X N X Q X xg K SN Q x . x xxx X Russell Kelley Don Arnson B.A. Mrs. Cowan Nurse ieczlzfi 64 waded fu cbufaefw Anyone can learn to drive. But there's more to it than that. The students of M.H.S. learn to drive safely and sensibly through driver's training classes. Two very capable instructors, Mr. Arnson and Mr. Kelley, are trying very hard to make our students among the best drivers. The course is taken as an elective, and actual driving experience is furnished in the driverls training cars. Besides learn- ing the mechanisms of driving a car, the rules for safety and really good driving are emphasized. Keeping the students of M.H.S. in good health is Mrs. Cowan, our nurse. She considers physical health the first step to good study and mental alertness. 4 Kenneth Kolberg B.S. E. G. Appel B.S. Walter Ladd Oren Rodewald B.S., M.A. a a a n am Among the more exacting and artistic courses offered in the Hackley Manual are art metals, mechanical drawing, and shop science. It takes not only mechanical skill, but artistic talent to do the precise work required in these courses. These classes help students to analyze the parts of any mechanism with which they are working. .Vik if gs 'ff Theo Pack B.S., M.A. Gladys Collier B.S. Ann Molzen it B.S., M.A. Marie Murphy B.S., M.A. Qfamemakda conaddezeaf af maybe dmpamtaace In recent years the home economics department of M.H.S. has taken on a new importance. Courses offered now consist of classes dealing with every problem that might be encountered in the home or family. Young girls learn to cope with each difficulty that will face them as future homemakers under informal but efficient instruction. Wulllum Stewart B.S., M.M. John DeHorn B.A., M.A. Alex Posvistak B.A., M.M.E. ' 64 cz "77Zu4t"' fm modem Both vocal and instrumental music are stressed in our high school. With T.V. and radio artists, American people are brought into closer contact with music and the youth should be trained in music appreciation and performance. Under the direction of our music faculty our music groups are rated among the best in the state. Clarence Willick studies his music during rehearsal of band Students learn appreciation of good music, co-operation, and punctuality in music courses. Joan Hughes is learning to use the cash register, while Charlene Barns is making a purchase. Mr. Storms, instructor, and B. Lackey watch. Actual business procedures are taught in the morning classes to students who work in various firms in the afternoons. J. Wayne Storms Derwm Wulvoord B A M A Pauline Dunsmore B.S., M.A. da-:Ae-7215 z ' ' The retail sales and co-operative courses have taken a prominent place in the curriculum at Muskegon. As well as having the required classes plus classes in the type of work they intend to go into, the students on these programs have the opportunity to gain actual experience through working afternoons. Through these courses, students are provided with jobs that are in some way connected with the work they have planned for the future. .E 1: , ,A 515 . .Fw 9 Q1 F sis' Tw' f J W fy-. ,am mx 3-'R ,J-W' ...nail mu-Q... was-""""g. - wgiwi M N any Row I: Diane DeMuro, Linda Thiel, Lois Hazekamp, Carol Smith, Pat Hill, Isla VanEenenaam, Susan Hilt, Sue Keillor, Shirley Ouwerkerk,x 7 secretaryy Wendy Hiller. Row 2: Chris Chonis, Louella Swett, Pat Greer, Mary Murphy, Gayle Stuil, Janice Kienke, Jo Ann Kowalski, vice- president, Charlotte Ambrose, Linda Pierce, Jan Darwin, Mary Riley. Row 3: Peg Mixer, Shirley Albers, Irving Anderson, Jerry Schreiber, Gordon Middlecamp, Carl Carlson, Francis Wanger, John Thompson, Douglas Davis, Robert Cleveringa, Rodger Johnson, Judy Boyden, Carol Zimmerman. Row 4: Kenneth Rolfe, advisor, Bill Mason, Bob Dillard, Alan Woodard, Bob Gelinas, treasurer, Jack Krueger, president. . N gr A at . ra V' , . ' one fm awed ionic '-' l Student Council officers discuss correspondence received. Seated: Jack Krueger, president, Shirley Ouwerkerk, secretary, Jo Ann Kowalski, vice- president, Bob Gelinas, treasurer. Standing: Bob Dillard, Isla VanEenenaam, Pat Hill, Wendy Hiller, and Pat Greer. We, of the Student Council, hope that we have been worthy of the confidence bestowed in us, to fulfill the task of promoting satis- factory relationships between YOU, the fa- culty, and other schools. Our main project this year was in aiding the Inter-school Council in drawing up its constitution. We also revised our own constitution. At mid-term, we took on the added task of selling used books for you, and entertain- ing the Regional Student Council's old and new officers in December. We have also supported the Clean-Up Campaign, the 10B Assembly, Council Assembly, Mackey Bend School, universal passes, Safety Campaign, and the sale of football pins. 66 Bob Gelinas, president, initiates new members of the society. Members are, Front Row: C. Smith, M. Bailey, N. Tuori, D. Barton, l. VanEenenaam, P. Chamberlain M. Hildreth. Back Row: S. Ashcraft, J. Medlin, M. Kiel, K. Johnson, J. Kowalski J. Archambault, N. Harrington. Wane group nominated fan Wa!! of 7ame As our chief purpose is to encourage high standards of scholarship among the students of our school, each year we send letters to the 10th grade and junior High students on the honor roll, urging them to maintain the high grades they have thus far obtained. This year, in addition to our regular noon meetings, we held an evening meeting in the home of Miss Klontz, our advisor. Sandra Schuler entertained us with slides she had taken on her trip to Europe. We also held our formal induction ceremony in january and sponsored a dance in March. We participated in a nation-wide poll of National Honor groups to select a famous American whose name would be entered in the Hall of Fame at the National Capitol. Front Row: E. Rork, secretary, J. McMillan, E. Hazekamp, M. Johnson, N. Stathis, treasurer. Second Row: F. Belmonte, S. Schuler, E. Seeley, vice-president, B. Horsley, L. Engle, V. Klontz, advisor. Third Row: N. vonGlahn, B. Beegle, B. Gelinas, presi- dent, P. Long, G. Middlecamp. 67 Senate and Carmenta girls enjoy a ioint Christmas dinner. awww am Scmcufafufum The activities we have engaged in to promote our tea for mothers, attendance at a Civic Theater produc- purpose, of furthering cultural and humanitarian inter- ests and being of service to our community, were Mackey Bend projects, a food sale, a dance at' the "Y," a dona- tion of place mats and favors to the TB sanatorium, a every minute of it. tion, and a visit to the Art Gallery for the film, Harvey. We have been a busy group this year, but have enjoyed Front Row: K. Bronkest, M. Nedervelt, J. Christianson, M. Boniernoor, C. Smith, S. Cross, presidentg P. Stevens, A. Wheeler, N. Branch, S. Beadle, M. Vankegenmorter. Second Row: P. Ostling, W. Hiller, secretary, S. Anderson, J. Bayne, P. McGregor, T. Polak, P. Somero, J. Nelson, D. Bodenhammer, M. Burch, N. Wainwright. Third Row: S. Hamel, J. Vledder, P. Greer, vice-president, S. Keillor, B. Stone, C. Wainwright, l.. Gorlesky, N. Bench, S. Klang, J. Kurtz, K. Abbott, S. Pedersen, B. McNeal, T. Lundell, advisor. Fourth Row: B. Good- enrath, M. Vledder, P. Gay, B. Chambers, M. Murphy, treasurer, G. Stuit, M. Rodewald, L. Loughery, N. Miller, S. Andrews, M. Smith, J. Rieben, J. Piirainen. Front Row: B. Anderson, M. Ferris, A. Brown, C. Cheones, l. Hill, P. Mixer, l.. Moon, N. Simpson, D. DeMuro, F. Poe, M. Brown, C. Winters, P. Bell. Second Row: J. Hill, P. Hamm, S. Rakosky, C. Zimmerman, G. Dempsey, S. Ouwerkerk, R. Webb, N. Stalhis, treasurer, l, VanEenenaam, vice-president, P. Risk, M. Loughery, M. LaNouelle, J. Workman. Third Row: S. Coutchie, advisor, P, Rasey, G. Golden, S. Schuler, president, B. Lanz, P. Movey, L. Cole, J. Hodge, J. Holcomb, J. Kowalski, R. Luther, secretary, M Wilson, J. Boyden, C. Lewis, D 'AJ .-7 rfy . I ff' al fi .J fl! ' ' va ' 1 , i . .7 , 1 JJ 'lf X 'X J fl KT 501, VM' .-if if jf. 1. ' J H1 V , J .iff lijjll 4 T, 'J' r Did you know that we once had both girls and boys in our club, but our mem- bership is now limited to about forty girls? Our primary project this year has been that of raising money to send a junior to Europe. We are very grateful to the other clubs for helping us in this venture. Some of our other activities have includ- ed the Variety Show, Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets for the unemployed, and the Carmenta-Senate Banquet. In order to raise the money we have needed for these activities, we sponsored two dances this year, including the big spring event, the Cotton Ball. ou azfcwleaz' to Snape Carmenta girls entertain their Mothers and graduates at a Tea 69 A 'i7f",iff.f,9sf'2'f ,.,.3,iy .,l,-,11,53g,,i-41,7 ,fr . -,U Mr, ., 1,1 ' 1 ,'f'4, .' . ,ff v 14- a"" ,J r IT, .l A Weed Queue 46:47 jar: a ' 66:44 Under our capable leader, Mr. john DeHorn, our groups have been called upon to perform some services which have made us very proud and happy to be a member of the A Cappella Choir. Row 'l Maralee Feltman Carol Smith Barbara Root Dorris Herman Dorothy Lewis Louise Wiese Wanda Nelson Marilyn Feil Judie Archambault Maxine Roelofs Elaine Carlyon Sharon Brown Juanita Cleveringa Jeanine Piirainen Pat Versalle Sharon Engstrom PERSONNEL Row 2 Carol Zimmerman Vivian Ohst Lynalice Nelson Arlene Jensen Gloria Kendall Ellen Seeley Donna Russcher Carol Drennon Jean Berggren Norma Farquahar Mary Timmer Sally Klang Sandra Schuler Shirley Ouwerkerk Jeanne Nelson Wilma Herman Programs for the service clubs at Christmas, the Christmas assembly, the Spring concerts and contests, and baccalaureate services were a few of our presenta tions this past year. OF A CAPPELLA Row 3 Sharon Janice JoAnn Watson Doctor Mendham Sally Bont Karen VanderMolen Terry Davis Bill Renkenberger Gary Cloud Steve Fortney Carl Borgeson Rodger Johnson Don Peterson Phil Lundwall Stanley Smith Joan Maring Barbara Horsley Beverly Morrison Wendy Hiller Not in Picture Joe Nelson Sydney Poland Tim Swanson Row 4 Sally Cox Susanne Harris Judith Sweeter Judy Collinge Bill Fitch Jack Chapel Tom Thompson Wayne Dixon Dan Hansen Martin Waalkes Clark Matthews Ronald Filius Joe Chapel Gordon Rothoff Barbara Baker Donna M. Anderson Joyce Holcomb Judy Oslund PERSONNEL OF A Row 1 Harriet Flannery Peg Holmgren Carol Zimmerman Janice Duran Karen Klimo Mary DeVries Ruth Leaf Sue Carlson Joyce Fairbairn Pat McGrain Naomi Johnson Diane Huffman Valerie VanderLeest Carol Martin Jackie Erickson Row 2 June Howard Carol VanderVeen Karen VanderMolen Wilma Fox Learning the fundamentals of vocal music and sing- ing for fun are the main purposes of our group, but we have been given some small services to perform, and CAPPELLA ll Lois Olson Lois DeVries Carol Hommes Lois Farr Sally Veitenheimer Sandra McSorley Lea Williams Mary Riley Janice Toppen Row 3 Janet Hodge Barbara Lanz to go eventually on ficient training. PERSONNEL OF A CAPPELLA I Row 'I Peg Mixer Beth Anderson Janet Curow Evelyn Allison Maxine Pastori Kay Stoddard Donna Johnston Alida Wiinbelt Mary Plummer Donna Kramer Eleanare Maitland Johanna Lawburgh Rosemary Belmonte Jeanette Swanson Lucy Bozeman Joyce Nelson Kay Bitson Danna Steuerwald Row 2 Judy Obermiller Karen Travis Pat Baesch Ruth Varin Kay Bronkest Carol Shepard Ellen Bramer Carol Stoug Janice Carlson Helen Sievers Marilyn Scholten Loraine Custer Lois Hazekamp Gloria Grimm Elizabeth Nichols Judy Katz Belly Goodenrath Row 3 Lynn Holmstrom Judy Boyden Rosemary Lehman Jackie Kendall Barbara Dutmer Gloria Gatfield Nancy Mulder Lois Loughery Beverly Laird Nancy Domont Sandra Wood Lois Cole Joyce Wheaton Joan Panos Joan Wierengo Charlotte Ambros Bill Kronlein John Ramirez Jack Burgess Ron Reece Ron Rowe Bill Phinney Richard Clarke Not in Picture Pat Hamm are grateful for the practice. Our hopes are of course to the a cappella group after suf Row 4 Charles DeVette Noel Krueger Charles Cederquist Paul DeHorn Robert Cleveringa James VanderWeg Richard Warren William Ellis Bertel Britzman Don Carpenter Ben Simpson Gerhard Bode Earl Felclt Robert Andrews John Allen Not in Picture Joan Houseman Marva Jensen Jean Eller Barbara Taylor SN.. ci, Y E X, K ac, , L .c vf M. ss, 7 W fi 'Y XX, 7 . X Q Y W I is ' X w 5 ,Q A , , X , N L Q , i S I X ,r ,Q fr , w, . X Y? 'xi J Nm, ' t . .gif 1 -me is . H 'l 1 f Swwadka ga Zo donga pw Wartime! 770464 dmc Marilyn Spurgat, Joyce Ccttley, and Norunn Jensen P ruclice for the bond clinic. As members of the M.H.S. Marching Band, we have something to be proud of. We belong to the only high school musical organization to be in- vited to play at the National Band Clinic three times. So far, Muskegon has been represented at this clinic in all three divisionsg Band, Orchestra, and Solo and Ensemble. Trips do not constitute our entire program, for there is much work involved in giving half-time football shows, as we did this fall. We are proud of our record, never having given a "canned show." This year we received a "first" in the State contest for the tenth consecutive year. We also gave a concert in February and entered the solo and ensemble contest. One of the brighter spots in our spring schedule is the preparation for the parades we appear in, for it is nice to get out in the sunshine after the long winter. E Alexander, B. Anderson, G. Anderson, P. Arnold, W. Ashley, S. Barrett, R. Baumgarten, N. Berggren, J. Bergman, B. Boertman, B. Brammer, J. Brehm, D. Brown, S. Buitendorp, Carlson, J. Carroll, R. Cattley, J. Chapel, J. Christian, G. Church, T. Cleveringa, J. Cooper, D. Cooper, l. Cooper, M. BAND PERSONNEL Cooper, R. Heeres, D. Morrall, R. Stark, C. Cooper, R. Hilt, C. Morrisson, K, Stiles, R. Cowan, A. Hinkley, E. Mundt, K. Sturgis, D. Howell, J. Dqhlquist, C, Nelson, J. Thornton, l, Dawson, C. Jensen, M- Timmer, P. DeMuro, D. Jensen, N. Olson' R' THUS, l-- Dennison, l. Jones, P. On' R' Todd, N- D9Ph0U59, D- Johnson, L. Paquini J, Twlnlngf C- DBWYI C- Parks D. . DeWitt, R- Klel' M' Pattison, W. Ulllch' V. Duram, J. Elemt, Ll. Payton, E- Vonoykel W. no ' ' P a , E. Engle. l-- Kuhn, P. Piaesls'-Tell J Wagner, V. Engstrom, S. ' ' Walder, J' Evans, J, LeT'arte, C. Reber' J. Word, M. long' L- Robbins L Watson s F l ,R. ' ' ' ' Fairs :I Lum' D- Robinson, M. Wernstrom, M Hickgmo' M lundholmf L- Russell, L. Wickland, w. . ' ' w' kl d, w. Fllrkemu. T- Mark, D. Sounders, J. Wgimzz D M . ll ' . ' ' center, R. M"::l'eWS'TC if 'e'b:x" J Willick, s. Greene, A. Q 'Son' ' coll' ' Workman, C. Miller, S. Shaffer, G. . Wrlght, C. Hartman, M. Meyers, B. Smith, C. Hawk, L, Moore, J. Spurgat, M. Zue, C. Ouieotfzcz ,bingo fan: fd ' .Zeatmea . . , We have a new rating! This year, for the first time in musical competition, the ratings have been changed, and Muskegon is now class AA. Not only is our rating changed, but also that of the other music organizations on the campus. We are enthusiastic about it, but it will mean much more work, in order to maintain these high ratings. We were privileged again this year, to play for the Kiwanis Club. These concerts are a series given each winter by our organization. ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL Abbey, Louis DeMuro, Diane Anderson, Pam Appleton, Jane Figch, Wm. Flickemo, Mary Baker, Barbara Barber' Jane' Galombeck, Garrett Becker, Mariorie Gemer Marie Beegle' Bob Greenberg, Phyllis Belton, Nancy B' ho , J is P erry Horsley, Barbara Brammer, James Brown, Alberta Jensen, Morva Chapel, Jock Jones, Pete Chonis, Christine Cooper, Darlene Kinney, Daniel Cooper, Lewis Koski, Elsa 74 Lundholm, Lindo Luther, Rosemary Marceau, Janice Mottison, Tom Miller, Sheila Morrall, Rosalie Noruskiewicz, Pot Nelson, Joe Numer, Steve Olson, Ronnie Paquin, Joyce Parks, Dave Poe, Florence Robar, Jim Rodewald, Mary Root, Barbara Rumohr, Geraldine Snook, Dan Spurgat, Marilyn Stapel, Paul Sturgeon, Darlene Swanson, Julie Teuling, Bonnie Wikman, David Willick, Stub Zirk, Edna ,dfmyeot jam gecvz ?zo ' ' Qfbddfd For the past five years we have served as the harmon- izing agent for the band and orchestra members. In Pro Musica we are constantly striving to promote the common interests and good spirit between these two clubs. The activities for our nearly 150 members this year have included the annual Christmas and spring banquets, several parties, doughnut sales and the awarding of the Arion Awards. Joe Nelson, president, runs through the score for Alberta Brown, vice- president, Florence Poe, secretary, and Marilyn Spurgat, treasurer. Newly inducted Future Nurses enioy refreshments after their induction ceremonies. Warned eel ew aa ' Our year has been very profitable, both socially and materially. We have had many interesting field trips this semester which aid us in the understanding of our chosen profession. We have also distributed hospital favors, given contributions to the Muscular Dystrophy and Polio campaigns, and now have to our credit a S550 scholarship for nursing offered to some promising future nurse. Socially, we had a sleighride and attended our new member induction. We are proud of the things accomplished in 1955. Front Row: I. Anderson, B. Anderson, C. LeMieux, K. Mundt, J. McMillan, B. Alexander, L. Calkins, S. Stidham, P. Walker, C. Roian, N. McCall, vice-president. Second Raw: S. Sargent, N. Balcom, P. Baesch, B. Boertman, S. Colvin, A. Toman, B. Nipges, S. Albers, N. Roth, J. Cisler, J. Cleveringa, S. Brown. Third Row: W. Fox, president, C. Lewis, L. Josephson, K. Hodson, C. Drennan, treasurer, R. Smith, J. Kowalski, secretary, K. Frasier, K. Mulready, N. Domont, M. Muckey, M. Landis. l Front Row: G. Kendall, S. Marty, L. Dennison, J. Sikkenga, M. Boniernoor, secretary and treasurer, M. McCallum, N. Snook, S. Ashley. Second Row: L. Williams, J. Mendham, B. Wiseman, G. Gereuu, A. Christensen, C. Fuhrman, C. Lawrence, N. Matthews, S. Talmadge. Third Row: G. Mayrose, advisor, J. Wood, D. Hegbloom, P. Paulos, vice-president, G. Lombkin, president, J. Plescher. Zaaazeaa datefzeezf ,Koa 7. 14. 2. 0. Z We may be the newest club on the campus, but we are trying hard to "get off on the right foot," and fulfill our purpose of "furthering the interest in fields of accounting among high school students." Our activ- ities this year have included plant visiting, dinner'at Doo Drop Inn, an annual dance, and a doughnut sale. We were organized mainly for the purpose of pro- viding social and recreational activities for cooperative training students. We have our business meetings bi-monthly. The all-state newsletter "Chapter Chatter" is published locally, with one of our members as editor. Our social activities this year included an Employer- Employee banquet, and the employers "Boss's Dinner" at which recognition was given to our graduates. Front Row: P. Anderson, B. Cochran, B. Cook, Y. Heidemann, secretary, G. Dennison, vice-president, J. Wiest, B. Welc. Second Row: D. Gereau, S. Carty, P. Colton, N. Vredeveld, B. Gordon, S, Cox. Third Row: R. Draper, D. Scouten, R. Ridderman, W. Storms, advisor, C. Doult, retailing vice-president, H. Rosengren, advisor, H. Paulson, retailing president, L. Long, L. Holl Y. 77 Standing: Nancy Wainwright, Sandra Ashcraft, Janice Gustafson, Wendy Hiller, Jan Carlson, Mary Murphy, John Thompson, Jim Sutcliffe, and Larry Harp. Seated: Norma Farquhar, Frances Belmonte, JoAnn McMillan, Shirley Fett. Staff atwggfea ta lung aaa' Zeazdaae The goal and purpose which we have worked toward for countless hours on this year's annual, has been the production of a memory book for you, to remember this school year by. We have done our best to carry out the traditions we fell heir to, and to give to you the best possible record of your year and the way you have car- ried out the activities of Muskegon Senior High School. The seemingly endless copy-writing for other groups has left us with a small collection of words for ourselves, but we sincerely hope you will like and enjoy your "memory book," the 1955 Said and Done. ltea Wolverton, Lois Haug- hey, Paul Voss, Julie Swan- son, Valerie Vanderleest and Nancy Webster are very busy getting material ready for the yearbook. Front Row: N. Stothis, L. Dennison, M. Dykstra, business manager, N. Branch, P. Somero, S. Sandberg. Second Row: A. Christensen, J. Bryant, C. Barclay, J. Sutcliffe, B. Groeneveld, editor-in-chief, R. Rice, D. Lasswell. 70 atb lie 7Zew4 today? Our purpose this year has been to keep the student the special Heights and Graduation issues. We hope that body and faculty posted on the activities and general you have enjoyed reading them, and will look forward news items of M.H.S. as they happened. Our bi-weekly to our editions next year. editions have appeared throughout the year along with Keyhole Staff inter- views Mr. DeYoe of the Juvenile Court. Front Row: D. Peterson, J. Bolthouse, T. Church, D. Corliss, F. McWain, J. Breeden, J. Wierda, J. Bench. Second Row: G. Russcher, advisor, F. Pengilly, treasurer, R. Bayak, G. Shaffer, R. Mell, R. Ross, R. Hathaway, J. Burgess. Third Row: D. DeMarr, J. Christiansen, R. Niemi, H. Clapp, secretary, W. Dixon, presidentg T. Lewis, L. Handy, F. Toxopeus. aaa, This year we have done our utmost to carry out our motto, "to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian char- acter." At Christmas, we collected clothing from our families and friends, bought food, and took it to a needy family of eight. Then, too, there were our annual football concessions, the H-Y legislature, and the All- State Conference in January. Swimming, bowling, and a sleighride were our most popular recreational activi- ties for the year. Susanne Harris, Nancy Kochin, Pat Bell, Jone Joneson, Stan Smith, Mrs. Franck, and Jack Krueger show techniques of radio production. WM As radio students we have had an interesting year working with orthopedic children at the Nelson School in redesigning "in-school-listening" tapes for use of these children. In addition to this educational project, we have learned the use of the Collins console and have done the public address work for the basketball games. A few talent assignments have been met at local broadcast- ing stations also. rront Row: M. Bloomquisl, C. Swanson, P. McGregor, M. Nedervell, S. Cross, vice-presidenlp S. Schuler, presidenlp M. Elzinga, A. Wheeler, P. Greer, N. Bastian. Second Row: I. Anderson, N. Balcom, G. Dempsey, N. Miller, treasurer, N. Branch, P. Somero, J. Nelson, D. Bodenhammer, N. Bench, J. Kurlz, C. Roion. Third Row: A. Thompson, advisorg P. Bell, F. Belmonte, P. Holmgren, C. Winlers, M. DeVries, J. McMillan, K. Chambers, P. Movey, L. Gorlesky, S. Fell, l. VanEenenoam. Fourth Row: J. Alkins, C. Rinckey, M. Kienke, C. Fongers, J. Kowalski, J. Swanson, J. Workman, J. Archamboull L. Moon. 2- ' ' anaczleaoeal Wame Again this year we have heard the cry, "Slumber ing, where we presented a program and baskets of food, Party!" As in the previous year our slumber party has proven to be a huge success, and we are considering making it an annual affair. On our agenda for the dressing dolls for the Goodfellows, and our monthly social meeting at the "Y," We feel that we have a pro- Past year were two dances, the Christmas and Spring fitable year behind us and look forward to the one Dances, a visit to the Old People's Home at Thanksgiv- coming up. Members of Y-Teens leave for conference. Miss Kehias, Pat Greer, and Mary Murphy ioin others from area schools. Left: Mary Ward and Pat Rosey in a scene from "Grandmother Slybools," the children's play, pre- sented by Masque for the P. T. A. Council of Mus- kegon. Wlcwgae ,mermaid Midweek 77 ag The excitement of the theater raced through the air wait eagerly for our yearly production and the thrills with the last-minute brushing up on lines, the smell of it brings. Other events this year were a one-act play fresh stage make-up, final rehearsals, and finishing alter- festival at Muskegon Heights, the Christmas skit, "Coins ations on costumes for our 1954 production "A Con- of His Kingdom," and the production "Little Red Riding necticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court." We of Masque Hood." Front Row: M. Ward, A. Jensen, B. Chambers, N. Miller, P. Holmgren, E. Carlyon, I. VonEenenaam, P. Risk, P. McGroin, P. Hill. Second Row: W. Hiller, G. Golden, M. Wilson, P. Rasey, S. Ouwerkerk, C. Chonis, C. Winters, J. Boyden, P. Ferrell, J. Boyne, secretory, M. Loughery. Third Row: D. Skinner, T. Bravermon, D. Borlon, M. Kienke, S. Schuler, N. Fcrquhor, E. Seeley, J. Hodge, C. Drennan, L. Gorlesky, A. Slattery, R. Olson. Fourlh Row: P. Guy, T. Plumhoff, F. Tilus, B. VanderWall, G. Warner. 82 X ii? ,fFiEWS Q2 O Front Row: C. Smith, P. Risk, C. May, D. DeMuro, C. Chonis, S. Spyke, E. Corlyon, A. Palmer, E. Seeley, M. Brown, W. Fox. Second Row: N. McColl, B. Horsley, secretary, K. Abbott, vice-president, P. Ferrell, K. Bronkest, S. Ouwerkerk, C. Drennon, T. Polak, N. Farquhar, D. Barton, J. Buckley, M. Wilson. Third Row: P. Powers, advisor, J. Hodge, H. Old, J. Schreiber, R. Olson, P, Guy, treasurer, T. Plumhofl, F. Titus, D. Buck, S. Fortney, T. Hodges, R. Cleveringu, M. Loughery, P. Hill president, P. Rasey. 1 ,heed guild aefzaea aammowcllf Pot Rasey, Miss Powers, and Pot Risk ore enioying refreshment time cnt the Speech Guild party, Our social activities this year were: F' ' a football dance, basketball dance, new members party, the Thespian events, and the award banquet. As usual, all was not play. We provided ushers for the "Town Meeting of the Air," gave speeches for the Hackley Hospital An- niversary Program, helped the library with its Book Week talks, gave a parli- amentary Procedure Clinic for all clubs, attended the forensic and debate con- tests, and provided chairmen for assem- blies. Front Row: L. Pletcher, J. Goodling, secretary, K. Bitson, S. Brown, J. Obermiller, A. Dill, C.. Swanson, M. bloomqunsr, r. Stevens, P. McGregor, G. Dempsey. Second Row: R. Lehmann, M. Feil, N. Heller, J. McMillan, J. Swanson, J. Workman, J. Michelman, P. Stringhom, E. Bramer, P. Ferrell, S, Wilson, P. Bobick. Third Row: J. Curnalia, advisor, J. Tyrrell, E. Mait- land, D. Heorl, F. Varin, D. Skinner, treasurer, E. Webber, N. Vanderlind, K. Huggard, J. Rogen, C. Gundersen, L. Field. Fourth Row: J. Holcomb, S. Sumner, P. Sent, M. Rodewold, J. Hunter, A. Schultz, R. Yonkers, B. Collins, N. vonGlahn, vice- president, R. Cooper, J. Kowalski, president, S. Pedersen. gona ez Elec! 4 dazed asian! pep During the past year there has been a big change at M.H.S. We like to feel that we are partially responsible for this change. Yes, M.H.S. has given birth to a new supply of school spirit that is a credit to any school. Our part in raising this spirit has consisted of decorating the halls before football and basketball games, spon- soring a really great Homecoming Week, with a parade and pep rally, and chartering the bus for our trip to Holland this spring. Our hours of work have been more than rewarded by this wonderful new feeling that is filling our halls these days. 84 Peggy Bobick, Peg McGregor, Carole Gunderson, and Pot Stev- ens admire their poster made for the last home basketball game. Top Row: B. Moson, A. Woodard, Mr. Poling, M. Brown C Reed T Plumhoff K Rosen Second Row J Boyne S. Schuler, P. Rcsey, M. loughery. Front Row: P. Hull E Seeley C Smtth I VonEenenoom Miss Powers Dzczma 940436 daaaw Za wow The purpose of the National Thespian Society is to honor outstanding work in all fields of speech, and those eligible for membership in our group must have 100 hours or 10 points in speech, dra- matic work, and radio. Because we are a part of the speech and drama- tic groups, the only separate activities we have had this year, were our two inductions and the installation of the new troupe at the Heights. We have also helped in the Masque and Speech Guild presentations. Front Row: J. Dionise, N. Belton, lictor, M. Ferris, lictor, A. Schott, censor, S. Stidham, J. Cisler, A. Palmer, K. Mundt, consul, C. Chanis, aedile, M. Plummer, N. Stathis. Second Row: E. McCrea, praetor, A. Jensen, censor, B. Bergman, censor, W. Nelson, D. Griswold, A. Toman, censor, R. Strandberg, L. Lundholm, S. Albers, K. Travis, P. Baesch. Third Row: J. Schreiber, lictor, T. Church, lictor, A. Paulik, P. Fuller, B. Kirkpatrick, R. Gates, praetor, J. Robar, R. Yonkers, consul, D. Lucas, lictor, G. Warner, quaestor, M. Moore, quaestor, R. Barrett, lictor, J. Duram, B. Petroski. 66444664 4 amide ,' efwdoe 64 given As Latin Club members we are celebrating our fifth We have sincerely tried to fulfill our purpose this past . . . . . . . year, in giving to you, the student body, better library anniversary this year. with members participating in . . . . service, giving us, the members, an opportunity for pre- our club meetings. We strive for special programs in professional training in library work, and a chance to know others who are interested in books and reading. On our agenda for this past year were: a doughnut sale, Book-week movies and observance, outside speak- our Club, ers for our meetings, and a trip to Student Library Assistant Association of Michigan. This, added to the never-ending, but fun, duties of desk work, arranging accordance with Greek and Roman literature, and we carry this out with plays and a special orchestra from O h . V. . h. Y V . ,K . ' ' -t er actnmes' t ls year hme -mclllded a Specml the bulletin boards, and f1l1ng the thousands factual Chf1SfmHS and Spring program. 21 Slelghrlde, and dough- figurej of magazines, made a complete and rewarding nut sale. Year- Front Row: L. DeVries, J. Wheaton, B. Plont, L. Pierce, M. Kissling, C. Lineberger. Second Row: M. Gill, secretary, B. Renkenberger, B. Engler, treasurer, R. Prow, D. David, E. Nichols. Third Row: M. Elliot, advisor, C. Six, president, W. Dixon, D. Sturgeon, J. DeYoung, advisor. Front Row: J. Piirainen, N. McCall, M. Ward, V. Vanderleest, V. Ohst, C. Swanson, M. Bloomquist, G. TerBeek, M. Spurgat, M. Howard. Second Row: B. Root, J. Maring, secretary, M. Flickema, B. Horsley, vice-president,C. Gangwer, M. Riley, C, Zimmerman, S. Mc5orley, J. Sweeter, J. Paquin, J. Branch, B. McNeal. Third Row: P. Versalle, D. Herman, J. Robertson, L. Titus, S. Ashcraft, S Keillor, G. Kendall, S. Poland, S. Anderson, W. Leraux, K. Brushall, L. Holm- strom, l.. Cole, M. Plummer, N. Parrish, advisor. Fourth Row: J. Pranger, P. Guy, president, K. Rosen, M. Storm, B. Fielstra, treasurer, D. Wurtz, C. Carlson, R. Scott, M. Stewart, C. Twining. famcwoe clade ccwwlact tam "To create better understanding of French people," has been the end towards which we have been working this year. Our program has contained lectures, discus- sions, and a program of aid to French families. We have enjoyed the movies about France viewed this past year very much. In the spring we collaborated with the Spanish Club and presented the Annual French-Spanish Assembly. As we look back over the past year's achievements, we remember the wonderful times we had at the dance we sponsored, selling doughnuts between classes, and entertaining the student body with our assembly. We recall, too, our evening meetings which we enjoyed very much. When special speakers showed us pictures, films, and slides about Spain and her people. All in all our year has been "Muy buen." Front Row: F. Ramirez, H. Martinez, T. Martinez, president, A. Brown, vice-president, B. Rodiriquez. Second Row: L. Engle, S. Fett, P. Movey, R. Morrall, D. DeVol, J. Kibbey. Third Row: M. Helvie, advisor, J. Carlson, J. Berggren, secretary, N. Farquhar, R. Gates, J. Toppen, J. Slott, E. Seeley. Absent: B. Vanderwall Fronl Row M Kramer K Mundl secretory M. Kiel, F, Poe, E. Corlyon, A. Brown, S. Slidhom. Second Row J Sloll J Berggren N Forquhar E Seeley, M. Timmer, M. Fischer, J. Carlson, lreosurer, L. Engle. Third Row J Chapel D Egner R Chrislenson J. Gronberg, K. Borns, R. Boes, D. Parks. l5eniors only.l 464 cad an ' ' n ciamalez Youth's growing interest in God and Christian activities has been proven by the growing mem- bership of our club. There is now an average of 60 teen-agers gathered Tuesday noons for our meetings. We founded our club to give Christian fellowship and Bible study to the students during the school year, and we carry out this by song services held intermittently with special speakers from the local churches. Our social activities are comprised of hymn- sings, three parties annually, and the bright spot on our agenda, the CYC Banquets. Members sing choruses at their noon meeting. Faculty and students of M.H.S. miss the friendly, cheerful personality of Miss Vandegrift who lost her life in a fire last fall. She was the inspiration- al leader of our Conser- vation Club. This poem reflects her interest in teaching. THE TEACHER As I have received, To you I give The life and joy I'z'e known. Sometimes I falter and lose faith Sometimes would hoard unto myself This life, rather would spend not give. But when you stretch out eager hands And heg with eyes that shine, I cannot keep these joys from you, For they were freely given me IV hen I stretched mine. By Elizabeth Vandegrift ' dance ,efmeee euceeee During the past year we have sponsored a variety of activities, from camp-outs to dances. We had work-bees in the fall and tree planting in the spring, which offered us the opportunity to mix "work and play." Our even- ing meetings proved to be very interesting, especially the one held at the County Museum. As a means for insuring the upkeep of our farm, we sponsored the TWIRP Dance in February which was a unique form of entertainment for our guests. All in all we supported our motto, "To promote conservation activities in our school and community," and had a wonderful time doing it. Front Row: A. Brown, S. Keillor, L. Fletcher, J. Goodling, N. Snook, V. Vanderleest, S. Carlson, P. Holmgren, J. Curow, P. Mixer, B. Bergman, P. Crosby, secretaryp P. Hamm. Second Row: R. Seelmon, D. Lewis, L. Cole, G. Somerville, J. Hansen, J. Howard, J. Medlin, C. Zimmerman, M. Riley, N. Simpson, N. Tromp, M. Schottey, A. Hasseldahl, G. Gatfield. Third Row: N. vonGlahn, presi- dent: B. Maastricht, J. Saunders, M. Finkhouse, R. Smith, D. Lohman, R. Johnson, M. Dewald, A. Ackerman, K. Rosen, G. Middle- camp, vice-presidentg W. Trautman, advisor. Fourth Row: J. Robar, B. Beegle, treasurer: B. Caroll, B. Ellis, R. Filius, D. Johnson, R. Filius, D. Warren. Q1 I ,.,, . ,,....,.,. so at ,W 3 x Front Row: P. Greenberg, S. Sandberg, P. Bobick, A. Jensen, secretary: J. Christensen, president, S. Weippert, vice-president, L. Dennison. Standing: W. Harrison, advisory C. Russell, J. Jessup, S. Doom, B. Hodges. ww, gamma endemic egmge 6454 Extra! Extra! Get your special edition of the Key- hole. Thus were the cries as our edition of the Keyhole came out. In addition to our reporting this semester, we sponsored the Flash Bulb Flounce, which proved to be a very novel and entertaining dance for the students of M.H.S. We have worked on various projects this semester in order to earn money for purchasing the equipment needed in the Keyhole room. Our activities for this semester centered around pho- tography, of course. We had work meetings, and en- tered the photo contests in which one of our members won first prize last year. It was our cameras that took those memorable pictures the night of the "Fantasy in Frost." We also purchased some new equipment and supplies for our photography classes with the proceeds from our basketball dance. Front Row: M. Zacharicson, secretaryg A. Hasseldahl, president, N. Tromp, M. Schottey, J. Gould, J. Hansen. Second Row: J, Medlin, J. Clark, R. Genter, R. Cooper, treasurer, J. Howard. Front Row: A. Strandberg, secretary, L. Reska, D. Cox, J. Swanson, A. Brown, J. Atkins, M. Jensen, R. Strandberg, H. Flannery. Second Row: l. Dalrymple, S. Leitgeb, M. Fischer, president, M. Juergens, J. Slott, D. Roberts, S. Booker, treasurer, B. Taylor, M. Landis, M. Muckey. Third Row: G. Brown, vice-presidentp M. Smith, M. Showers, J. Berggren, M. Stuivenga, Y. Wirrick, G. Gatfield, B. Dulmer, J Kendall, N. Taylor, M. l.aValley, l. Manrriquez. mm at malta yy, 7. af. ,4.. 7. 7, ,tc This year, we worked on projects which contributed to our knowledge of better family living. In addition to our regular meetings, we helped at the Day Care Center, and made card table covers for the hospitals. Our annual hay-ride and the installation ceremony for our new officers were the bright spots in the year. The most important event of our school year and the thing we are most proud of, was the annual Christmas Party we gave the underprivileged children at the YWCA. The children received gifts and refreshments, as well as free transportation to and from the "Y," We raised the money for this party by filling grab-bags with gifts and selling them here at school. and by having a "box social." Some of our other activities included a hay-ride, a dance, a city-wide panel discus- sion, and our Senior Party. Front Row: M. Becker, treasurer, N. Belton, L. Calkins, E. Zirk, A. Brown, presidenty J. Dionise. Second Row: E. Hinkley, sec- retary, E. Raue, advisor, M. Fischer, vice- president, J. lversen, B. Peacock, G. Ream L. Engle. Third Row: J. Toppen, J. Berg- gren, J. Allen, F. Titus, S. Ashcroft, S. Aley, C. Gundersen. I l 70644401 64 aiemqa cm 0060014564 fm wzengti, -I ?Z.:l',1.X f fa is QW " 0' 3 'ii 'J -NV Q9 Z3 QQ CBC AQ' ' ,PN-Q, 'Axe pl? 8 if X . QR Qi! fjj lil. DIVISION EDITORS-LARRY HARP, SHIRLEY FET NORMA FARQUHAR T, Championships are not won every year. However, '55 was still a pretty good season. Football, basketball, baseball, golf, tennis, and track all held their own in interest from the standpoint of players and audience. Though we weren't champs in all fields, we gained wisdom and experience . . . valuable assets anytime. 93 Norm Dogen hits in the clutch. 1 1 Zcwedczl , made agenda dak! Mech aww The Muskegon Big Reds had a good season last spring as they defeated seven opponents and lost to five. The "M" club was defeated in the Regionals by a powerful Kalamazoo Maroon Giant team. The four leading batters for the Big Reds were: Dave Warren, .4294 Jim DeVries, .375g jerry Erickson, .324g and Don Sima with an even 500. 1955 SCHEDULE April 19 Muskegon Christian .........., ...... T here April 21 Muskegon Heights ...V,..,,.,......,...... Here April 26 Grand Haven r...,,.,i........ ...,....... T here April 29 Holland .,......,,,.,...,...,...... ,,......,.. T here May 4 or 5 Benton Harbor .,........ ..i,r.....,.. H ere May 9 Whitehall .,,,,,................ ..,.......... H ere May 10 Holland ......,....., . ,..,,,.....,. .......,..... H ere May 13 Muskegon C. C. ..,, ......,.,.. There May 17 Muskegon Heights ,...,,............... There May 19 or 20 Grand Haven .....,,,......,,.....,,..,,...... There May 23 Muskegon Christian ...,,,...,,...... Here May 26 Muskegon C. C. ...,,................,..... Here May 27 Whitehall fnight gamej ..r... There The Big Red Tennis team placed second in the Re gional Four tournaments at Holland, finishing out their 1954 schedule with a record of 9 wins and 4 losses. April April April April April April May May May May May May 1955 SCHEDULE Holland ...,...............,.... ..............Here Grand Haven ..,....,..,...... ...........,,, H ere Holland Christian .There Benton Harbor ........... .........,.,.. H ere Muskegon C. C. ........... ........... T here Muskegon Heights ...Here Muskegon C. C. ...... .Here Holland ......,.......,............ ........... T here Grand Haven ...,......,. ..,.,....,. T here Coopersville ......,........ ...Here Muskegon Heights .................. There Holland Christian ...Here Bob Gillc e tape. 'mek cum! team mee Wanaw Muskegon's track team had six dual meets last spring, and won all six of them. Their closest meet was with Grand Haven when Muskegon edged past the Buc's by a margin of 57 to 52. The Big Reds placed second in the Southwestern Conference and second in the Region- al meets. joel Boyden set a new shot-put record of 57 feet at the State High School track meet. April April April April April April April May May lNlaV l 8 I2 I5 22 26 50 May 5 5 or 6 I0 14 any 25 May 24 S. W. Conference .....,...... 1955 SCHEDULE Saginaw Relays .....,... Mt. Pleasant Whitehall .............,.............,..........,...... Here Temple Cup Meets ............,........ Here Holland .. .....,,. .................... ........... T h ere Muskegon C. C. ,,.,.,...... .,,,.,......, H ere Muskegon Heights ......,.. Central State Relays ,.,.. Mt . ...,..... Here . Pleasant North Muskegon .............,.,........... Here ............Here Grand Haven .....,,.......................... Here Regional Meets State Finals ......,........... East Lansing Greater Muskegon Meet ............ Catholic Central The Big Red golfers were the Southwestern Confer ence Champions and placed fifth in the State Finals at the Beach River Country Club in Port Huron. During the 1954 season they won six dual meets and lost only two. April April April April May May hlay May M any May May 21 1955 SCHEDULE Holland ........ . .,.......... North Muskegon Muskegon C. C. . Benton Harbor Holland .......,..,... . .. North Muskegon Grand Haven ....... Muskegon C. C. .. .. Regional, Grand Rapids Grand Haven ....... State Finals There ...Here . Here .There . Here ..........There .Here There .There There Front Row: Simpkins lMgr.l, Kersting, Youmon, Grimm, Faino, Casodonte, Bowman, Potts, Martz lMgr.l. Second Row: W. E. Kelly lCoachl , Tyler, Howard, Doubles, Brott, Kelly, Scott, Vonderburg, Hesse, Cross, Kuzyk, land. Third Row: T. McShc1nnock lCouchl, Smith, Kendall, Harp, Huttenga, Krueger, Neibarger, Saylor, Vulgaris, Venske, Woodring, Glafcke. Fourth Row: Voss, Hunter, Rathbun, Anderson, Kennedy, Wurtz, Duff, Reed, Rose, Stubbs, Johnson, Jackson, H. E. Potter lHead Coachl. 'gig ada faced mugged e LANSING SEXTON Muskegon started their 1954 football season off by taking it on the chin from Lansing Sexton in a hard fought battle which found the Big Reds on the short end of a 13 to 12 score. The Muskegon team outgained and outplayed Lansing, but when the final gun sounded, Lansing Sexton had won its first victory in history over a Muskegon team. Muskegon had 14 first downs to only 9 for Lansing, they gained 305 yards rushing and passing to 144 yards for the home team. FLINT CENTRAL The Big Red's second game of the season was with a powerful Flint team, who turned on their power to outscore the home team 34 to 13. In the first half Flint dominated the play, but were caught lulled into apathy as Muskegon played charging football in the third quarter. But those sudden Flint scoring shots could not be averted. ALPENA The Muskegon Big Reds came home from the long trip to Alpena with their first victory of the season, outclassing the upstate team 20 to 7. The Big Reds scored the first time they gained possession of the ball, marching 61 yards to reach the goal line. The Muske- gon team was outgained on the ground 187 yards to 186, but threw 12 passes for 79 yards to only 41 yards for the home team. BENTON HARBOR A surprising 14 to 0 lead faded to a 32 to 20 defeat as the Benton Harbor Tigers, stunned by a surging Big Red team, fought back in the second half to hand the Big Reds their third loss of the season. Muskegon's offense ran the Tigers wild in the first and second quarters, but could not match them in the third and final periods. FLINT NORTHERN Flint Northern swept over the "M" team in a lop- sided score 35 to 0. The fans at Atwood Stadium sat through a downpour to see their team score five times on an extraordinary muddy field. In their loss the Big Reds fumbled four times inside Flint's 20-yard line, twice when they were beyond the 5-yard line. Jack Hesse lcuptainl Frank Glafcke Jock Krueger lends third year on Big Reds! EMERSON, of GARY, INDIANA Muskegon won its second game of the 1954 season as a determined Big Red team matched offenses with Emerson at Gary, Indiana, to pound out a wild 27 to 24 victory. The score doesn't tell the story of the game because the "M" team 'ran up and down the field but failed to come through on the goal line. Again the condition of the field hampered the Muskegon team's offense from showing their power, but this time Mus- kegon had the breaks and came home victorious. SAGINAW Saginaw edged the Big Reds 7 to 6 as the Muskegon team played one of their best games of the season. Muskegon, making a determined stand against an al- legedly superior Saginaw High team, lost by the failure to make the point after touchdown and to stand off a fourth-quarter drive. The Muskegon defense excelled as hard tackling caused the Saginaw team to fumble four times and the Big Reds to recover three of them. CATHOLIC CENTRAL The Muskegon Big Reds triumphed in their first clash with Muskegon Catholic Central, as a 44-yard pass in the last two minutes of the thrilling duel proved fatal to the Crusaders, and the home team came out on top by a score of 20 to 13. The Catholic team was "fired up" for this classic, but the Muskegon team appeared to be saving their enthusiasm for the following week's tilt. The statistics show the Big Reds had 137 yards rushing, and 100 yards passingg while Catholic had 176 yards on the ground and only 25 yards in the air. MUSKEGON HEIGHTS A fighting band of Muskegon Big Reds was defeated by an over-rated Muskegon Heights team by the score of 21 to 18. The final score was decided by the points after touchdown, as the "M"'club turned in a brilliant defensive game, holding the Tigers three 'consecutive times within the five-yard line, twice, inches from the goal line. The game also had an unusual number of pass interferences called against the Big Reds, which aided the "MH" club. Bill Kelly Larry Harp Gordon Huttenga Dave Kennedy Paul Vandenburg Coach Hurry Potter Bill Cross Milt Reed Jim Saylor Ken Woodring Jim Kuzyk Coc1chesmMcShcmno Alan Doubles Q :Sf as .- R ck and Kelly Ron Scott Paul Tyler Roger Marfz and Raymond Simpkins 41 2 If Q Jw ,qw 'H , K2 9 , A I '-w2:1h:':::5:2:r.2:f1n -::- '. - '14 'rf':- I " .-ii , , Sw -I' ,:-,..:.:5. 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X vm 1 feaewea win cz!! gamer: Muskegon Little Reds' first encounter was with Luding- ton St. Simon whom they made their first victim by the one- sided score of 33 to 0. The Little Reds' next opponent was Grand Haven and the "M" club whizzed by them 26 to 7. Benton Harbor fell before the Little Reds 25 to 7 as the Muskegon team continued their march of victory. As the rain poured down the team skidded past Grand Rapids Union 27 to 6. Muskegon poured it on as they defeated Lud- ington by the overwhelming score of 42 to 0. Muskegon Catholic Central fell before the Little Reds' attack 33 to 0 as a rain-snow combination soaked the players. The "M" Little Reds got revenge from their only defeat last year as they downed Kalamazoo 13 to 7. The annual classic between Muskegon and Muskegon Heights Reserve teams was as thrill- ing as ever. With only 50 seconds left in the game Dave Brooks intercepted a Tiger aerial and went all the way for a 13 to 7 victory for the Muskegon Little Reds. Coach Hartman Front Row: D. Pleicher, B. Kemp, J. Karnifz, D. Rennels, L. Hoos, D. Anderson, R. Kerr, R. Chambers, T. Thompson J Boyink, M. Kamp, P. lundwall. Second Row: Don Arnson lAss't Coachl, Bill Randall, P. Dowell, Bob Randall, D. Brooks R. Wade, D. Alger, A. Risk, J. Lange, J. Chopple, D. Hall, A. Vredeveld, Couch Hartman. Third Row: G. Rofholf, B Ents minger, K. Johnson, R. Pickle, B. Cross, O. Gee, R. Wolfe, E. Mallonen, B. Hudson, F. McWain, J. Timmer, C. Timmer lMgr l K. Sweet, T. Ardis. Standing: G. Arsone lMgr.l, Wendall Wickland, D. Johnson, T. Ryan, M. Waalkes, Warren Wickland, J. Weirengo, Coach Carlson. Seated: J. Saylor, C. Blakely, F. Glcfcke, J. Krueger, T. Thompson, B. Cross. 367 eda dmpzaaed aaez Zeal aecwm Muskegon started off their 1954-55 campaign by de- feating Muskegon Catholic Central 53 to 38 in an inter- city duel at Central Campus. The Big Reds traveled to Traverse City for the second match and the "M" Club bowed out after a hard struggle by the score of 44 to 38. In a game played at Central Campus the Heights Tigers put on a show for the fans and downed the Big Reds 54 to 33. The Grand Haven Buc's were next to defeat the team, as the Big Reds gave up their early lead to add their third loss to one victory. Holland was next to invade Central Campus and the fourth team to score a win over the "M" Club, the Dutchmen did it by a 73 to 55 score. Muskegon got revenge from Trav- erse City as they defeated the visiting team by the score of 65 to 39. Benton Harbor, Class A championship con- tender, found the going tough at first but finally pulled themselves together and gave the Big Reds their fifth defeat in seven games. Muskegon lost to Battle Creek, 56 to 52, and Muskegon Heights 68 to 51, before they had a two-game winning streak by defeating Grand Haven 52 to 47 and Holland. A brief period of glory was ended by a sharp blow from Saginaw High, who defeated the "Big Reds" by the score of 64 to 51, and then Benton Harbor put in a repeat performance as they downed the home team 75 to 52. .Q C J' Q q R .er N3 W., if M. Q. V 'vw Z -K, M ,119 2 , Q' E W :,, ::1: an xf"" Z ,gig A,,Zwi? 1 4.4 J .Magnify M Q22-M M' ,fa rua I ,WM X x, m X 5 vu 4 J a Xi x V! S f X A Nix A ,xv S ,vw g x,:., . 5 q 89,45 - ' , 5 'K mix' fu nuff Q S 1 ff is-sv L3""9m' feeewec dak! Mein aww The Little Reds started out in the same manner as the Big Reds, winning over Catholic Central Q46-56, then losing to Traverse City Q50-351 and Muskegon Heights Q48-431. Muskegon's next victory was over the Grand Haven Little Bucs, who they edged by the score of Q46-41.1 An even closer game was to follow as the Little Reds picked up a narrow victory C39-371 over the Holland reserve team. Seeking revenge from a former defeat the Muskegon team upset Traverse City Q51-49, in another thriller. Benton Harbor was next to fall before the Port City five as they dumped the Southwestern Conference rivals Q47-39.1 Muskegon add- ed another to their 4-game winning streak as they defeated Battle Creek Q56-47j. The Heights Tigers broke up a 5-game winning streak as they upset the Little Reds Q56-47j in a rough, tough battle. For the second time Muskegon defeated Grand Haven Q45-32j in a usual pre-game thriller. Holland High School put on a good show in their new gym as they downed the Little Reds 156-431. The Little Reds squeezed past Battle Creek Q52-51, after losing to Saginaw Q68-331 and Benton Harbor Q69-SOD. Roger Wade l25l fires a lump shot as team-mates look on. First Row: Rothoff, Bob Randall, Boyink, Timmer. Second Row: Warren, Stuwart, Clark, Steward, Lundwall, Workman. Third Row: Gillard lMgr.l, Paquin, Lucas, Locke, Ellis, Randall, Wade, Coach Hartman 4 , . :,. ,giil I V 5 Q " ,m::::: -1 s N 2 ar Sie? Q .. 2 3? Q. . W. Wxgm sm it y xx af . ,E fs. N: w Xu x w. . an t K Q Q w sg., ' SX M! E W Q S5 Xb ws as f N. Q5 +5 x -fx: fm Q f PM dl! it i R Jii,xxN.3K 'I Qs x K' i s X W Row 'l: Sue Carlson, Sally Veitenheimer, lnedina Manrriquez, Elvera Ricco, Pat Kuhn, treasurery Gayle Lambkin, vice-presi- dent, Pat Frampton, Student Council Representative, Shirley Fett, president, Venita Long, Jessie Brown, Sadie Mitchell, Nina Stathis. Row 2: Sue Carty, Nancy Miller, Janet Hodge, Mary Murphy, Dorris Herman, Judith Bollenbacher, Barbara Ann Plant, Gail Gerean, Sharon Engstrom, Carol Martin, Gayle Tiffany, S. Kehias, Advisor. Row 3: Sandra Ashcroft, Marilyn Kiel, Judie Archambault, Carol Zimmerman, Marva Carr, Lucille Russell, Nancy Hartwell, Nancy Kachin, Karen Rasmussen, Joyce Fairboirn, Shirley Whisler, Row 4: Sharon Goosen, Marge Hildreth, Carolyn Lewis, Carol Hommes, Gertrude Smith, Norma Farquhar, Rosemary Luther, Sydney Poland, Grace Hanson, Ann Stanley, Bonnie Bergman, Marilyn Wernstrom. Q. ,-4.14. atzeaaea Quad Spazwmcwahp G.A.A. officers and advisors look over the future activities of the club. Left to right, Pat Frampton, Student Coun- cil representative, Miss Kehias, advis- or, Gayle Lambkin, vice-president, Pat Kuhn, secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Sea- strom, advisor, and Shirley Fett, presi- dent. These are the girls who have won their G.A.A. pins, the highest athletic award given to girls. Left to right, Sandra Ashcroft, Norma Farquhar, Anna Stanley, Nina Stathis, Janet Kuhn, Pat Frampton, Sally Veitenheimer, Gertrude Smith, Shirley Fett, and Gayle Lambkin. GANGXWAY - IT'S SPEEDAWAY This year the girls tried a new fall sport, Speedaway, and enjoyed it very much. It is a combination of basket- ball, soccer, field hockey, and touch football. It wasn't too rough, but boy, is that football field long, after you run up and down it a couple of times. Every year the girls want to play foot- ball like the boys, so this year Speed- away sort of settled the question. After playing this, most of the girls have decided they will stay with Speedaway instead of football. ' mai,-4.14. ,eau-ea' ,mamma Betty Oosting and Janet Plont fight for the ball as Sharon Engstrom, Sue Carlson, and Margaret Ramirez all try to get the ball for their team. I fi Xi Y If 7 This is the basketball team that swept through Sue Carty, Mariorie Hildreth, and Rosemary Luther the season undefeated. Front Row: Sadie Mitchell, try to keep Grace Hanson from scoring. Gayle Lambkin, captain, Sue Carty. Back Row: Mariorie Hildreth, Grace Hanson, Rosemary Luther, Zaaketlczll These are the girls who have helped officiate the after- school basketball games. Front Row: Nina Stathis, Pat Frampton, Janet Kuhn, and Sally Veitenheimer. Back Row: Norma Farquhar, Gayle Lambkin, Gertrude Smith, and Janet Kuhn. Shirley Fett, and Rosemary Luther. 108 Guard her! Guard her! are the yells from the players when the other team has the ball. Basket- ball is the favorite sport of most of the girls, because it gives them a chance to show their ability, and a chance to improve their playing. Basketball also gives those girls who know the rules a chance to officiate in the games. Gayle Lambkin's team won the round-robin tournament this year, but the other teams were close behind. After the last game the girls en- joyed barbecues, doughnuts, and pop, and did that hit the spot after playing so hard. Our advisor for basketball is Miss Kehias. Marva Carr shows the girls how their score should look. The mem- bers of the top team include - Standing: Sandra Ashcraft, Karen Rasmussen, Miss Kehias, advisor, and Janet Kuhn. Seated: Shirley Fett, captain, and Marva Carr. A spew!!! Most of the one hundred girls who bowl after school on Mondays wonder why such a thing as a split was ever invented, especially the 7-10 split. Once in a great while a girl is lucky enough to pick up a split, and then is there ever a big yell from that team. Although the girls don't seem to pick up splits very often, there are a lot of strikes and spares made. W Joyce Holcomb sho s the other girls how it's to be done. Each year, on a Saturday morning, at the end of the school tournament, the girls bowl in a National Tele- graphic Tournament. In this tournament the girls have a chance to compete with students of their own age all over the nation. After the bowling season is over, the girls have a banquet and talk over all of their best and worst scores. These six top bowlers are ready for action. Karen Ras- mussen, Shirley Fett, Glenda Rogers, Bonnie Bergman, Luther, and Janet Kuhn. Sidney Poland and Nancy Miller vvatch Sue Andrews help the ball over the net. Walkqlafi Serve it! Help it! Hit it! These are the familiar cries on a volleyball court. Volleyball, more than any other sport, requires plenty of team work, timing, and follow-through. Many girls turn out for volleyball each year, because it is one sport in which everyone gets a chance to participate at the same time. After the Volleyball Tournament, the girls enjoy a party. At this party the G.A.A. awards are given out, and the winning team is honored. Miss Kehias is our advisor. Pat Frampton, manager of volleyball, talks over the tournament with captains Rosemary Luther, Nancy Miller, Sally Veitenheimer, and Gayle Lambkin. H0 dfe Sewing Senior lifesaving is taught to girls after school. The girls wishing to participate in this sport must pass pre- liminary tests to prove their ability to swim. This is one sport which requires book learning as well as physical work. The instructor is Mrs. Seastrom. F l i These two girls have lust come out of o nice refreshing swim. Sue Andrews and Nancy Miller enioy swimming very much. eozeatdmal ' ' Recreational swimming is held after school during the first semester. For beginners it is a chance to learn to swim, while for advanced girls it is just a time to have fun. By taking part in these swimming sessions, the girls acquire points toward their G.A.A. awards. Sue Andrews is towing Nan- cy Miller in life saving tech- nique, while others watch the procedure. i i Q ,Q Same ww wiser .mme me aide'-zwdae KBHN. FRANKI IN . -- ..v ,v ...w--,vp-.Q - , w 5 '55, . 5 ' Having completed 12 years of schooling, some of us absorbed all that was QEQ available while some ofus .apparently never caught a drop. We moved along gailyend "got-by" from year no yen. On the tlxrednold of a new life we look back and wonder what we might have done had we been wise instead of otherwise. A A ' 113' I lg efwmq Qzcmfacztea Seated: Kay Abbott, treasurer, Kent Johnson, president, Barbara Johnson, secretary. Standing: Mr Plummer, advisor, Carl Borgeson, sergeant-at-arms, Gerry Dempsey, sergeant-at-arms, Ellen Rork vice-president, Mrs. Seastrom, advisor. The February class will always be remembered for their tireless efforts to raise funds for their trip to Chicago, which proved to be a huge success. ABBOTT, KAY DENlSE COLLEGE PREPARATORY-A Cappella lSecretaryl, Class Treasurer, G. A. A., Senate lTreosurerl, Senior Play, Speech Guild lVice-presidentl, Thespians AMBITION1 Elementary teacher PET PEEVE: Last hour study halls LIKES: Sailing ANDERSON, DONNA JANE OFFICE TRAINING-Band, Pro Musica AMBITION: Housewife PET PEEVE: Trombone lessons LIKES: Loads of money ARNSON, CAROL JEAN COLLEGE PREPARATORY --Conservation Club, F. H. A., G. A. A., Hall Guard, Y-Teens AMBITION: Social worker LIKES: To go to college BAILEY, MARGARET ELAINE COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Conservation Club, National Honor Society, Press Club AMBITION: Surgical nurse PET PEEVE: Hot rodders llKES: The new Dodge BARBRICK, AUGUST COLLEGE PREPARATORY-J. E. T. S. lPresidentJ AMBITION: Engineering PET PEEVE: School WANTS: College education BEATTIE, PHYLLIS LOUISE GENERAL AMBITION: Photographer PET PEEVE: Girls using paper towels to dab lipstick LIKES: i000 acre modern farm BENCH, NOLA BELLE COLLEGE PREPARATORY--Conservation Club, Senate, Spanish Club, Y-Teens AMBITION: To learn to draw PET PEEVE: I. D. cards LIKES: Jackie Gleason records BERNARDINI, ANGELA ROSE STENOGRAPHIC AMBITION: Secretary PET PEEVE: People who are never on time LIKES: To graduate BLEVINS, RODGER KENNETH COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Basketball, Class Sergeant-at-Arms AMBlTlONz Dentist PET PEEVE: School WANTS: A blonde BOOKER, JOYCE YVONNE GENERAL AMBITION: Stenographer PET PEEVE: D. A. haircuts LIKES: Norm BORGESON, CARL RICHARD COLLEGE PREPARATORY - A Cappella lVice-presidentl, Class Sergeant at-Arms, Football AMBITION: Draftsman lopen and close windowsl BRANCH, NANCY JEANETTE GENERAL - A Cappella, Conservation Club, Keyhole Staff, Hall Guard Senate, Y-Teens AMBITION: Airline hostess PET PEEVE: Spokes trying to be big wheels LIKES: A darn good iob BROTT, MARVIN FRED DAY TRADE BROWN, CAROL DUNNING STENOGRAPHlC BROWN, MARY MARTHA COLLEGE PREPARATORY- Booster Club, Cormenta, Debate, Radio, Speech Guild, Student Council, Thespians l5cribel, Y-Teens AMBITION: To write radio continuity PET PEEVE: People who form opinions too soon LIKESQ Sunny California weather il5 BUIT, MARILYN RUTH STENOGRAPHIC - Hall Guard, Hi-C AMBITION: To graduate PET PEEVE: Teachers talking in a monotone LIKES: Lots ot fun BUNNELL, EARL JAY TRADE AND INDUSTRY AMBITION: 20-year man in the Navy PET PEEVE: Teachers that don't smile WANTS: My own business CARR, MARVA LORRAINE GENERAL - G. A. A. AMBITION: Secretary PET PEEVE: Unsportsmanlike conduct LIKES: D. V. CHRISTENSON, ROLAND PAUL RETAIL SALES-A Cappella, Hi-C IPresidentI, R. O. C. AMBITION: Minister WANTS: A. B. A. degree from seminary, to work on a Gospel team COOK, BETTY JOSEPHINE OFFICE TRAINING -- library Club, R. 0. C. AMBITION: To get a certain graduating senior PET PEEVE: Twelfth graders acting like kids LIKES: To live in Hart, Michigan CROSS, SANDRA JEAN COLLEGE PREPARATORY - A Cappella, Cheerleader, Conservation Club, G. A. A., Senate ITreasurer L Presidentl, Senior Play Imake-upl Y-Teens lVice-presidentl AMBITION: Elementary teacher PET PEEVE: Boys' duck cuts LIKES: A hUPDY future II6 DAULT, JR., CLIFFORD ANTHONY RETAIL SALES- Conservation Club, R. O. C. IVice-presidentl AMBITION: To own a grocery store PET PEEVE: Hot rodders DAVID, .IEANNENE DOROTHY OFFICE TRAINING- R. O. C. AMBITION: Secretary PET PEEVE: Knee-length socks and gossipers LIKES: Dances and roller skating DEMPSEY, GERALDINE MARILYN COLLEGE PREPARATORY-A Cappella, Booster Club, Carmenta, Class Sergeant-at-Arms, F. H. A., G. A. A. Senior Play, Tumbler, Y-Teens AMBITION: To go through college PET PEEVE: Boys drinking LIKES: Dancing and sewing DE YOUNG, ELAINE RUTH GENERAL - G. A. A. AMBITION: Housewife PET PEEVE: Locks that won't open LIKES: Paul DOBB, CAROL JEAN CLERICAL AMBITION: Stenographer LIKES: Music DOBB, JOAN MARIE STENOGRAPHIC - Hall Guard, Hi-C AMBITION: To graduate PET PEEVE: Boy in the locker next to me LIKES: Pink Olds Holiday convertible EGNER, DAVID CHARLES COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Hall Guard, Hi-C AMBITION. Baptist Preacher WANTS: Carol ELZINGA, MARILYN JOAN STENOGRAPHIC - Conservation Club, Y-Teens AMBITION: Secretary PET PEEVE: Boys Ievis and duck cuts IIKES: Dean FULLER, TERRY GENE COLLEGE PREPARATORY- Conservation Club, Student Council AMBITION: Mining engineer PET PEEVE: People who always complain LIKES: Good food HODGES, SHARON YVONNE STENOGRAPHIC - Hall Guard, Hi-C AMBITION: To graduate PET PEEVE: Boys, except John LIKES: A ranch-style home soon HOOVER, CAROL JOYCE CLERICAL AMBITION: To work in an office LIKES: Good movies and music HOPKINS, LESTER FAY GENERAL AMBITION: To marry Marilyn Mutkey PET PEEVE: Senior girls WANTS: Marilyn Muckey JEDREZAK, SALLY ANN COLLEGE PREPARATORY - A Cappella, Booster Club, Conservation Club, F. N. A., G. A. A., Latin Club, V-Teens AMBITION: A good wife and mother PET PEEVE: High school boys who have to get drunk to have fun LIKES: Music and children JOHNSON, BARBARA ANNE STENOGRAPHIC-A Cappella, Class Secretary, Hi-C, Student Council AMBITION: To be o success for o "real bass" PET PEEVE: People that are always late LIKES: To be different , JOHNSON, BETTY JANE OFFICE TRAINING- Hi-C, R. O. C. AMBITION: To be healthy, wealthy and wise PET PEEVE: Mustaches LIKES: Stylish clothes JOHNSON, KENT DAVID COLLEGE PREPARATORV-A Ca ella President Ia pn l l, C ss President, Class Vice-president, Conservation Club, National Honor Society AMBITION: Architect PET PEEVE. Students who don't take any interest in the school WANTS: A good education JOHNSON, MARJEAN COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Conservation Club, National Honor Society, Spanish Club AMBITION: To receive a nurse's degree PET PEEVE: Students who hold conversations on the stairways WANTS: A lite of happiness KEILLOR, VIRGINIA MARlE GENERAL -F. H, A., Hi-C AMBITION: Secretary PET PEEVE: Bashtul boys GREEN, PATSY ANN OFFICE TRAINING AMBITION: Stenographer PET PEEVE: Snobs LIKES: Working in an office HAKEN, ARLENE JOYCE COLLEGE PREPARATORY-A Cappella, Hall Guard, Hi-C AMBITION: Teacher PET PEEVE: Students that block stairway: HALL, CARLIE ANN COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Camera Club lPresidentl, Class Reporter Keyhole Staff, Masque, Press Club, Senate AMBITION: Photographer for Life PET PEEVE. Bleached blondes LIKES: Cameras and a blue Mercury HANSEN, GEORGE NEIL GENERAL HARRINGTON, NANCY JANE COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Conservation Club, F. N. A., Latin Club National Honor Society, Y-Teens AMBITION: To graduate PET PEEVE: Bashful boys LIKES: V. S. HILDRETH, MARJORIE MAE STENOGRAPHIC-G. A. A., National Honor Society, Said and Done Stott lBookkeeperJ AMBITION: Private secretary PET PEEVE: Poor sportsmanship LIKES: Sports and food ll7 1 NELSON, DELORES MARIE COLLEGE PREPARATORY - National Honor Society AMBITION: Nurse PET PEEVE: Gatherings an the stairs or in halls LIKES: Green lanythingl NORSTROM. JANET LOU BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING-Conservation Club, G. A. A., Student Council, Y-Teens AMBITION: To get married PET PEEVE: Bays with long hair and low levies LIKES: R. W. P. PETERSON, BRENT DARWIN COLLEGE PREPARATORY 4 Thespians AMBITION: Electronic engineer PET PEEVE: Girls that gossip LIKES: Music PROW, DELORESANN GENERAL -Conservation Club, F. H. A., Hi-C, Y-Teens AMBITION: To graduate PET PEEVE: Boys who wear their ieans down on their hips instead of around their waists LlKES: A certain boy - BOB RASMUSSEN. KAREN JOY STENOGRAPHIC - G. A. A. AMBITIONQ To live in California and drink orange iuice PET PEEVE: Teachers who won't let me chew gum LIKES: Tennis and dixieland iazz music RICE, RICHARD ROLLAND GENERAL - Band, Keyhole Staff, Masque, T. A. T. S. lPresidentl AMBITION: To live in Paris in a garret PET PEEVE: Copy cutting editors II8 KING, LEON J. TRADE AND INDUSTRY KLANG, SALLY KAY COLLEGE PREPARATORY-A Cappella, Homecoming attendant, Senate AMBITION: Social worker KNEVITT, SHARLYNN RUTH CO-OP - Hi-C, Thespians AMBITION: Secretary PET PEEVE: Teachers who make you get rid of gum LIKES: A certain boy KOLKEMA, RICHARD LEWIS GENERAL AMBITION: To own my own business PET PEEVE: The 400 group LIKES: Good feelings between Muskegon and Heights High Schools KUCK, DAVID JEROME COLLEGE PREPARATORY-French Club, Forensics, Hall Guard, Speech Guild, Thespians AMBITION: Engineer LARABEE, SHIRLEY ANN STENOGRAPHIC - Hi-C AMBITION: To graduate and be a secretary LARSON, JACK ERNEST COLLEGE PREPARATORY-- Class Treasurer, Hi-Y, J. E. T. S. AMBITION: Engineer PET PEEVE: People who crack their knuckles WANTS: Money LORENZ, ROY PAUL COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Baseball, Conservation Club, J. E. T. S. AMBITION: 5 S S S PET PEEVEz History LIKESf Math MEYER5, ANDREW JOHN GENERAL- A Cappella ROGERS, GLENDA LEA STENOGRAPHIC- Bond, G. A. A., Hi-C AMBITION: Secretary PET FEEVE: Cutsuvs LIKES: Music RORK, ELLEN MAE COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Booster Club, Conservation Club, F. N. A., Spanish Club, Student Council, Y-Teens AMBITION: To graduate PET PEEVES: Alarm clocks LIKES: To have lun SANDBERG, SANDRA CORRINE GENERAL- Keyhole Staff, Press Club AMBITION: To own my own beauty parlor PET PEEVE: Gossipers who make up their stories LIKES: Lots of "moola" and those things SANDIN, JAMES GORDEN GENERAL -- Conservation Club AMBITION: To own a garage PET PEEVE: Women drivers SCOUTEN, RICHARD PAUL TRADE AND INDUSTRY - R. O. C. AMBITION: Master Carpenter PET PEEVE: Teachers who don't smile WANTS: To build my own ranch-type home SEELEY, ELLEN ALIDA COLLEGE PREPARATORY-A Cappella lVice-presidentl, Debate, F. T. A., Forensics, G. A. A., Hi-C, National Honor Society lVice-presidentl, Spanish Club lVice-presidentl, Speech Guild lSecretaryl, Student Council, T. A, T. S., Thespians lPresidentl, Y-Teens AMBITION: Speech work PET PEEVE: Bells that ring before I get there LIKES: Good kids STATHIS, NINA COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Carmenta lTreasurerl, G. A. A., Keyhole staff, latin Club lVice-presidentl, National Honor Society lTreasurerl, Student Council AMBIYION: To teach ancient or modern Greek PET PEEVE: People who are late WANTS: A trip ta Europe TITUS, EILEEN JEANNE CLERICAL - Hall Guard lCaptainl AMBITION: Secretary PET PEEVE: Motor vehicles that stop in the middle ot the street LIKES: People TUORI, NANCY ANN COLLEGE PREPARATORY--Booster Club, Conservation Club, F. N. A., Hi-C, National Honor Society, Senior Play Crew, Spanish Club AMBITION: Nurse PET PEEVE: Ringing doorbells for Senior Class LIKES: You'll never know 5 VELDMAN, ROBERT SIDNEY COLLEGE PREPARATORY- Conservation Club, J. E. T. S. AMBITION: C. P. A. ' PET PEEVE: Boys dressing like cowboys WANTS: To go on a trip to Alaska WACKER, DONNA MARIE GENERAL AMBITION: Housewife PET PEEVE: Silly girls and boys LIKES: Don WALTERS, DALE RUSSELL RETAIL SALES-A Cappella, Band, Orchestra, R. O. C. lTreasurerl AMBITION: Owner of a swimming pool PET PEEVE: Moochers WANTS: A Cadillac WHEELER, ALICE LU GENERAL - Cheerleader, Hall Guard, Senate lHistorionl, Y-Teens AMBITION: Dental Technician PET PEEVE: Girls who wear knee socks with long skirts LIKES: A good iob and interesting people WHITE, BARBARA MARIE STENOGRAPHIC - G. A. A. AMBITION: To get married PET PEEVE: Long hair and low levis LIKES: B. D. S. WIKMAN. DAVID ARTHUR COLLEGE PREPARATORY - A Cappella, Band, Orchestra, Pro Musica AMBITION: Music Teacher PET PEEVE: Last hour classes WANTS: To inherit a million dollars WOODARD, ALAN LYLE GENERAL -- Conservation Club, Hall Guard, Hi-Y, Masque, Senior Play Cost, Student Council, Thespians, Track AMBITION: Graduation PET PEEVEQ Burning barns WANTS: Million dollars and o steamboat ll9 me Qzedmtee Seated: Alberta Brown, secretary, Robert Dillard, president, Robert Beegle, treasurer, Jack Hesse sergeant-at-arms. Standing: Larry Harp, vice-president, lsla VanEenenaam, historian, Norma Far- quhar, sergeant-at-arms, Mr. Bolt, advisor. Absent from picture: Miss Reid, advisor. One of the largest classes to graduate from Muskegon Senior High School, the june class, has also proved to be one of the most active. JOM, ADAMS, TED EDWARD INDUSTRIAL- Conservation Club, Football, Track AMBITION: Pattern Maker PET PEEVE: History ANDERSON, DONNA MERNE COLLEGE PREPARATORY - A Cappella, F. N. A. AMBITION: Nursing PET PEEVE: Cold pool LIKES: More room between lockers ANDERSON, IRIS KAY COLLEGE PREPARATORY- F. H. A., F. N. A., G. A. A., Y-Teens AMBITION: Nurse PET PEEVE:-Cold school on Monday LIKES: A lock that will open first time ANDERSON, PATRICIA RAE CO-OP- F. H. A., F. T. A., Latin Club, R. O. C. AMBITION: To be a good dancer PET PEEVE: Conceited boys LIKES: To get through history ANDERSON, MARVIN COLLEGE PREPARATORY AHNEFELDT, NANCY CLERICAL 5541- ..4.u-4 :fa-1-.1 'EJ G-1 1, J,5- U ALEXANDER, BARBARA JEAN COLLEGE PREFARATORY- Band, F. N. A., G. A. A., Hi-C, Pro Musica AMBITION: Nurse PET PEEVE: Crowds gathered in halls LIKES: Marching band ARCHAMBAULT, JUDITH ANN COLLEGE PREPARATORY-A Cappella, French Club, G. A. A., Latin Club, National Honor Society, Speech Guild, Y-Teens AMBITION: To have fun PET PEEVE: Spoiled brats ATKINS. JANITA M. COLLEGE PREPARATORY -- F. H. A., F. N. A., G. A. A., Y-Teens AMBITION: To graduate lfrom collegel PET PEEVE: People that block halls and stairs WANTS: Boys and a trip to Europe ASHCRAFT, SANDRA KAY STENOGRAPHIC-G. A. A., National Honor Society lSecretaryl AMBITION: Legal Secretary PET PEEVE: Homework over weekends LIKES: To live in New England BALCOM, DONALD GENERAL BALCOM, NANCY COLLEGE PREPARATORY BALLAS, HERCULES RETAIL SALES BARBER, JANET MARIE GENERAL - Keyhole Staff, Orchestra, AMBITION: Bookkeeper PET PEEVE: Homework over weekends BASHAM, JAN LOUISE CO-OP - R. O. C. AMBITION: A good swimmer, dancer PET PEEVE: Conceited boys LIKES. Clothes and "that man" Pro Musica and skater BASTIAN, NORMA GRACE GENERAL - Conservation Club, Y-Teens AMBITION - Comptometer operator PET PEEVE1 Gum snappers LIKES: Fish dinners at Doo Drop Inn BAYAK, ROGER COLLEGE PREPARATORY -Hall Guard, Hi-Y AMBITION: Surveyor PET PEEVE: Don't have one WANTS: To become a general in the Air Force BAYNE, JOAN MARIE COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Masque l5ecretaryl, Senate lSecre1aryl, Student Council, Thespians lVice-presidentl AMBITION: Elementary teacher PET PEEVE: l. D. Cards BEADLE, SALLY RUTH COLLEGE PREPARATORY -Booster Club, Conservation Club, F. N. A., Senate, Student Council, Y-Teens AMBITION: Nurse PET PEEVE: I. D. Cards BEATTY, DAVID GILBERT GENERAL AMBITION: Educator PET PEEVE: Homework WANTS: To travel all over the world BECTEL, JERRY COLLEGE FREPARATORY 22 BEEGLE, ROBERT GEORGE COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Class Treasurer, Conservation Club ITreas- urerl, Debate, National Honor Society, Orchestra, Pro Musica, Student Council AMBITION: Medicine BELL, PATRICIA ANN COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Carrnenta, Conservation Club, Hall Guard, Latin Club, Radio, Student Council, Thespians, Y-Teens AMBITION: American history teacher PET PEEVE: l. D. Cards BELMONTE, FRANCIS MARIE COLLEGE PREPARATORY-National Honor Society lVice-presidentl, Said and Done lEclitorI, Y-Teens AMBITION: To be a success in what I do PET PEEVE: I. D. Cards LIKES: A big family I BERGREN, JEAN FLORENCE COLLEGE PREPARATORY - A Cap Musica Spanish Club AMBITION: To LIKES. To visu xi r Sau h Amer . . . A., Hi-c Pro ,V4 1 . J I ' i Per PEEVE: G f .rf r n BIGELOW, KAREN OFFICE TRAINING BLAMER, DAVE DAY TRADE BLACK. COLON GENERAL BLOHM, PATRICIA CAROL STENOGRAPHIC AMBITION: Professional dancer PET PEEVE: People who are always late LIKES: Lots of friends BLOOMOUIST, MARTHA LOUISE COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Booster Club, AMBITION: College PET PEEVE: My boyfriend's car LIKES: A rich husband F. H. A., French Club, Y-Teens BRENTANA, DONALD LEE CABINET MAKING - DAY TRADE - Student Council AMBITION: Cabinetmaker PET PEEVE: Work WANTS: Money BRENTANA, RONALD DAY TRADE BREWER, WILLIAM JACK COLLEGE PREPARATORY-- Lead Balloons Society AMBITION: None whatsoever PET PEEVE: Girls who stop traffic in the hall LIKES: Girls and money, respectively BROWN, ALBERTA JO COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Carmenta, Class Secretary, Conservation Club, F. H. A., F, T. A., lSecretary, Presidentl, Hi-C, Orchestra, Pro Musica, Spanish Club, Y-Teens AMBITION: Third grade teacher PET PEEVEf Hall smoochers LIKES: Dancing and the smell of gasoline BROWN, SHARON LEE GENERAL - A Cappella, Band, F. N. A., Hi-C, Pro Musica, Student Council AMBITION: Hope to become a nurse PET PEEVE: Girls who flirt with other girls' boyfriends BUITENDORP, MARVA JEAN GENERAL- A Cappella, Hi-C, Student Council AMBlTIONf To be a good secretary PET PEEVE: History LIKES: Music and sewing BURCH, MARCIA RUTH COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Booster Y-Teens AMBITION: To make a million PET PEEVE: Loud gum chewers LIKES: Swimming CAMP, ERNIE W. INDUSTRIAL DAY TRADE AMBITION: Cabinetmaker PET PEEVE: English Teacher LIKES: Cabinetmaking CANNING, RUTH JOAN OFFICE TRAINING AMBITION: To work in an office PET PEEVE: Teachers' pets LIKES: Roller skating Club, Conservation Club, Senate, BODENHAMMER, LESLEE DIANE STENOGRAPHIC-A Cappella, Conservation Club, Senate, Y-Toons AMBITION: To study modeling at Patricia Stevens in Detroit PET PEEVE: Hillbilly songs LIKES: Popular music and a certain college man BOES, RICHARD LEE GENERAL -- Football, Hi-C AMBITION - To be a success in the future PET PEEVE: That school inkl LIKES: Girls, sports, and girls BORN5, KEITH EDWARD GENERAL -- Hi-C AMBITION: To do my best, always PET PEEVE: Exams WANTS: To get the most out of life BOWMAN, PATRICIA ANN GENERAL AMBITION: To ioin one of the girls' branches of the Armed Forces PET PEEVE1 Bod manners of students in the noon movies LIKES: A coke machine for school and a happy, prosperous life BROWN, BRADLEY RAOUL INDUSTRIAL DAY TRADE AMBITION: Cabinetmaker PET PEEVE: History teachers WANTS: Money BRANCH, JOAN COLLEGE PREPARATORY - French Club AMBITION: Nurse PET PEEVE: Monday mornings LIKES: An all "A" report card l23 CLAPP, HENRY WOODARD COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Camera Club, Hi-Y, Lead Balloons Society AMBITION: Doctor PET PEEVE: People who hit me on the back CLEVERINGA, JUANITA COLLEGE PREPARATORY CLOUD, GARY LEE COLLEGE PREPARATORY -A Cappella, Lead Balloons Society AMBITION: Chemical engineer LIKES: Food, music COCHRAN, BEVERLY RAE OFFICE TRAINING-G. A. A., R. AMBITION: C. P. A. PET PEEVE: Snobs LIKES: Dates COLE, LYDIA GENERAL COLTON, PATRICIA ANN RETAIL SALES-F, H. A., R. 0. AMBITION: Office worker PET PEEVE: The way people chew LIKES: Popular and hillbilly music 124 O. C. C. QUIT! CARLYON, ALICE ELAINE COLLEGE PREPARATORY-A Cappella, Booster Club, Conservation Club, F. N, A., G. A. A., Hi-C, Masque, Speech Guild, Student Council, T. A. T. S., Thespians AMBITION: Undecided PET FEEVE: Hard butter LIKES: Music and sports CARNEY, KATHLEEN MARY GENERAL AMBITION: Telephone operator PET PEEVE: Bookworms LIKES: Hamburg: CASADONTE, ARTHUR JAMES INDUSTRIAL - Baseball, Football AMBITION: Marine Corps Drill Instructor PET PEEVE: Communists LIKES: Weight lifting CHAMBERLAIN, PATRICIA ANN OFFICE TRAINING - National Honor Society AMBITION: To do the very best I con PET PEEVE: Assemblies during study halls LIKES: Hamburgs, chocolate malteds, TV, and dancing CHAMBERS, KAY STENOGRAPHIC CHAPEL, JACK ALAN COLLEGE PREPARATORY -A Cappella lPresidentl, Bond, Hi-C, Orchestra, Pro Musica, Student Council AMBITION: To be a Social Science teacher PET PEEVE: Gossiping girls LIKES: Good music CHILDS, BETTE ANNE COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Conservation Club, Hall Guard AMBITION: To get married PET PEEVE: Air Force LIKES: A boy from the Air Force CHURCH, JAMES WALTER COLLEGE PREPARATORY -- Lead Balloons Society AMBITION: Chemist WANTS: More ambition CIERLAK, MARION STELLA GENERAL - Camera Club, Conservation Club, Keyhole Staff, Press Club AMBITIONQ Cosmotologist PET PEEVE: Stag lines at dances LIKES: Men in uniforms COOPER, MARCUS GENERAL COOPER, RONALD PAUL COLLEGE PREPARATORY AMBITION: President PET PEEVE: Women WANTS: Money CORGAN, DONALD MATTHEW COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Radio AMBITION - To be the kind of person I would want to be my friend PET PEEVE: English VII LIKES: Hi Fidelity recordings and transcriptions COX, SALLY MAUREEN COLLEGE PREPARATORY - A Calwellu, G. AMBITION: To make a million dollars PET PEEVE: Squeaky sopronos LIKES: Eddie Fisher CREAMER, RICHARD COLLEGE PREPARATORY CROSS, BILL L. DAY TRADE- Football, Track AMBITION: To be a mechanic PET PEEVE: Not enough assemblies WANTS: No more homework CUROW, ALTHEA GENERAL DAIGLE, JOAN FRANCIS STENOGRAPHIC- Camera Club, Press Club AMBITION: To travel all over the world PET PEEVE: Stag line at dances LIKES: A certain fellow from the Heights DANIELSON, JAMES MARVIN GENERAL AMBITION: Store manager PET PEEVE: Women drivers WANTS: To inherit o fortune from a rich un A. :Ie DAVIS, TERRY GENERAL DENNISON, GERALDINE JOYCE OFFICE TRAINING-G. A. A., R. O. C. lVice-presidentl AMBITION: Bookkeeper PET PEEVE: Changing the subiect in the middle of a :lass discusion LIKES: Pasing grades DEVRIES, MARY LYNNE GENERAL - A Cappella, Conservation, French Club, Y-Teens AMBITION: Secretary PET PEEVE: I. D. Cards LIKES: Passing grades DEWITT, RICHARD ALLEN GENERAL -Band, Conservation Club, Lead Balloons Society, Pro Musica, Track AMBITION: To be a big businessman PET PEEVE: Girls that wear long wool socks WANTS: Money DILLARD, ROBERT COLLEGE PREPARATORY- Class President, Lead Balloons Society, Student Council DIXON, WAYNE EDWARD COLLEGE PREPARATORY-A Cappella, Hi-Y lPresidentl, Library Club WANTS: An axe to chap a hole in the ice in the swimming pool 125 DRENNAN, CAROL ELAINE COLLEGE PREPARATORY-A Cappella, Conservation Club, Debate, F. N. A. lTreasurerl, Forensics, Mosque, Radio, Speech Guild, Thespians, Y-Teens AMBITION: U. S. Senator PET PEEVE: Negative debate teams LIKES: People and animals DROZD, THEODORE DMITRO COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Track AMBITION: Chemical engineer PET PEEVE: None LIKES: Ice skating, hunting, fishing, dancing, and skiing DYKSTRA, MARY JANE I CLERICAL-Camera Club, Conservation Club, G. A. A., Keyhole staff, Press Club lSecretaryl AMBITION: Newspaper reporter PET PEEVE: Homework over weekends LIKES: Drums, saxophones, and chili EMMONS, ELMER ERNEST GENERAL - Baseball AMBITION: To be a Big League baseball player PET PEEVE: Boys who wear their pants at half mast and duck cuts LIKES: Sports ENGLE, LILA CHRISTINE COLLEGE PREPARATORY- F. T. A., G. A, A., Hi-C lTreasurerl, National Honor Society, Pro Musica, Spanish Club AMBITION: Teacher PET PEEVE: Social climbers LIKES: Football garges EVANS, JAMES LEE COLLEGE PREPARATORY AMBITION: Foreign missionary PET PEEVE: Not enough homework WANTS: To die for Christ's sake 5 I 126 EWALD, RONALD GENERAL FAIRFIELD, ROY W. DAY TRADE-ELECTRICITY - Lead Balloons Society AMBITION1 Electrical technician PET PEEVE: Typing teachers FAIRFIELD, SALLY STENOGRAPHIC FARQUHAR, NORMA LEE COLLEGE PREPARATORY - A Cappella, Booster Club, Conservation Club, Class Sergeant-at-Arms, G. A. A. lSecretary, Treasurerl, Hall Guard, Hi-C, Mosque, Said and Done, Spanish Club, Speech Guild, Student Council, T. A, T. S., Thespians AMBITION: A navy nurse WANTS: Better parking space for student cars FARR, JAMES ROBERT GENERAL AMBITION: Professional truck driver PET PEEVE: Girls who wear curlers in their hair to school WANTS: Muskegon to beat Heights next year FAY, SALLY MAE OFFICE TRAINING AMBITION: Stenographer PET PEEVE: Snobs LIKES: To work in the office FELTMAN, MARALEE STENOGRAPHlC-- A Cappella, F. A. A., F. H. A., G. A. A. AMBITION: Private secretary PET PEEVE: Peach full LIKES: Sports, especially roller skating FETT, SHIRLEY JEAN COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Booster Club, G. A. A. lPresidentl, Said and Done, Spanish Club, Student Council, Y-Teens AMBITION: Physical education teacher PET PEEVE: Seventh-hour Spanish LIKES: Sports FIELSTRA, WILLIAM COLLEGE PREPARATORY FORTNEY, STEVEN DALE COLLEGE PREPARATORY-A Cappella, Lead Balloons Society, Speech Guild, Thespians AMBITION: My own real estate company PET PEEVE: Negative debate teams LIKES: Writing and food FOX, WILMA HARRIET COLLEGE PREPARATORY-A Cappella, Conservation Club, F. N. A. lPresidentl, French Club, Hall Guard, Y-Teens AMBITION: Nurse ' PET PEEVE: Unco-operating club members LIKES: Tall bays FRAMPTON, PATRICIA ANN BOOKKEEPING-G. A. A., Hall Guard AMBITION: Member of Women's Air Corps PET PEEVEf Pep assemblies are too short LIKES: Men FRASIER, KAREN LYNN COLLEGE PREPARATORY -A Cappella, Conservation Club, F. N. A. Hreosurerl, Y-Teens AMBITION: First woman President PET PEEVE: People who are not punctual LIKES: The usual -- men TREBILCOCK, JENNIFER EDNA OFFICE TRAINING- R. O. C. AMBITION: Stenographer LIKES: Art and dancing FURBUSH, DANNY DALE DAY TRADE - Lead Balloons Society, Track AMBITION: Cabinetmuker PET PEEVE: History and girls WANTS: To graduate GARDNER, GRETA MARY STENOGRAPHIC-F. A. A. lVice-presidentl AMBITION: Court reporter PET PEEVE: Boys LIKES: Stylish clothes, ice skating GATES, ROBERT KENT COLLEGE PREPARATORY- Latin Club, Spanish Club AMBITION: A good lawyer PET PEEVE: Girls?9? WANTS: A beautiful, rich girl GELINAS, ROBERT JOSEPH COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Baseball, Basketball, National Honor Society lPresidentl, Student Council lTreasurerl, Track AMBlTlON: To be a success in life PET PEEVE: Woman drivers who don't watch the road LIKE: Food ot any kind FINKLER, MARY LOU COLLEGE PREPARATORY FISCHER, MATIE EILEEN COLLEGE PREPARATORY-F. H. A. lPrasidentl, F. T. A. lVice-pres: dentl, G. A. A., Hi-C AMBITION: To succeed in fashion industry or become a teacher PET PEEVE: People who don't have anything to do LIKES: People, clothes, dancing, malls FITCH, WILLIAM GENERAL FLOWERS, ROBERT ALLAN COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Track AMBITION: To be n middie PET PEEVE: Mr. Cook's inaudible explanations WANTS: To goto Annapolis FLOWERS, ROBERT LEE COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Basketball, Track AMBITION: Architect PET PEEVEf Women drivers LIKES: Girls FONGER5, CONSTANCE STENOGRAPHIC - A Cappella, AMBITION: Dental assistant PET PEEVE: Peraxided blonds G. A. A., Y-Teens 7 GREENE, ARLENE JEAN GENERAL -Band, G, A, A. AMBITION: To work LIKES: All sports, music GREENO, GERALD LEE TRADE AND INDUSTRY AMBITION: Radio serviceman GRIMM, SHIRLEY JEAN RETAIL SALES- R. O. C. AMBITION: Clothing career PET PEEVE: Brothers WANTS: To live in Minnesota GRONBERG, JAMES DAVID COLLEGE PREPARATORY-A Cappella, Hi-C, Orchestra, Lead Balloons Society AMBITION: To be o success PET PEEVE: Couldn't beat Heights in '54 LIKES: Muskegon Senior High School Campus GUY. PHILLIP ALLEN COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Debate, Football, Forensics, French Club lPresidentl, Masque, Speech Guild lTreasurerl, Thespians AMBITION: Leisure PET PEEVE: People WANTS: Money HALL, STUART F. COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Lead Balloons Society AMBITION: Electronics technician PET PEEVE: My constant lock of money WANTS: To graduate I28 GENTER, ROLAND EVERETT COLLEGE PREPARATORY--Band, Camera Club, Hi-C PET PEEVE: Too much homework GEREAU, DOLORES EILEEN OFFICE TRAlNING- A Cappella, G. A. A., R. O. C. AMBITION: Airline hostess PET PEEVE: Too much homework LIKES: Dancing, music, and sports GETZ, BERNARD FLOYD DAY TRADE - PRINTING AMBITION: Linotype operator WANTS: Money GILLARD, ROBERT MOORE COLLEGE PREPARATORY-- Basketball, Football, Track AMBITION: To graduate PET PEEVE: Grouchy teachers LIKES: Jazz music GLEASON, GERALD COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLDEN, GLORIA ADELE COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Carmenta, M AMBITION: To be a teacher PET PEEVE: Gum crackers GONZALEZ, GLORIA LOUPE OFFICE TRAINING - F. A. A. AMBITION: Secretary PET PEEVE: Boys LIKES: Dancing, music, and toboggoning GORDON, BETTY JEAN asque, Student Council, Y-Teens OFFICE TRAINING-Hall Guard, R. O. C., Spanish Club AMBITION: Nothing special lbankerl PET PEEVE: My nickname "JelIybean' LIKES: A brand new convertible GORLESKY, LOIS ADELE GENERAL -- A Cappella, Cheerleader, Masque, Senate, Y-Teens AMBITION: To be a success PET PEEVE: Poor dancersl LIKES: Toll, dark menl Conservation Club, French Club HAMIL, JOHN LEE DAY TRADE - PRINTING - Hi-C AMBITION: Printer PET PEEVE: Crutches WANTS: Money to go to college HARP, LARRY ALLEN GENERAL - Football, Baseball, Said and Done lSports Editorl, Senior Class lVice-presidentl AMBITION: Ta build a fireproof barn PET PEEVE: Raw chicken HARRIS, SUSANNE JEAN COLLEGE PREPARATORY- A Ca ella, F. N. A., Hall Guard, Student UP Council, Thespians, Y-Teens AMBITION: A Fred Waring Pennsylvanian PET PEEVE: Boys who try to be o "hotrod" LIKES: To be a success HAUGHEY, LOIS LUCILLE COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Conservation Club, Said and Done AMBITION: Nurse PET PEEVE: library slips WANTS: To make a trip to Florida with girls this summer HAWK, LEONARD BRUCE TRADE AND INDUSTRY - Band AMBITION: U. S. Army officer PET PEEVE: Sloppy students HAZEKAMP. ELAINE JOYCE OFFICE TRAINING - A Cappella, F. A. A. lSecretary, Treasurerl, Hi-C, National Honor Society, Said and Done AMBITION: To live a happy and successful life PET PEEVE: Homework over weekends LIKES: Music and Grand Rapids HEETHUIS. CAROL LOU COLLEGE PREPARATORY- A Cappella, Hi-C, Latin AMBITION: To be a teacher PET PEEVE: School work LIKES: Clothes HEIDEMANN. YVONNE JUNE OFFICE TRAINING- R. O. C. lsecretaryl AMBITION: Career girl and housewife PET PEEVEQ English class LIKES: Blue - no matter what shade it is HENRY, HELEN MARIE GENERAL - F. A. A. AMBITION: Bum PET PEEVE: Mr. PIummer's long themes LIKES: A million dollars Club v I . 'I ur v u V V 1 'J NX 1 96 YJ! XYJ lv-JI Q ' JI X L lx' ,J in .Rt K y IL, 4 'O V i, 3. HEPLER, FRED RAYMOND DAY TRADE - PRINTING - Hi-C AMBITION. Printer PET PEEVE: Homework HERLEIN. LOUIS L. RETAIL SALES-To own an oil well PET PEEVE: Homework WANTS: A space ship HESSE. JACK EDWARD COLLEGE PREPARATORY- Baseball, Basketball, Class Sergeant-at Arms, Football lCaptainl, Homecoming king AMBITION: To be helpful, healthy, and happyl PET PEEVE: First week of football practice WANTS: Well, where should we start? HIEFTJE, LORETTA COLLEGE PREPARATORY HILL. PATRICIA GERTRUDE COLLEGE PREPARATORY - A Cappella, Carmenta, Class Historian, Par- limentarian, Debate. Forensics, French Club. Masque lVice-presidentl, Radio, Speech Guild lHistorian, Presidentl, Student Council, T. A. T. S.. Thespians ITrecsurerl AMBITION: To play on a Broadway stage PET PEEVE: lnsincerity HILL, PAULINE COLLEGE PREPARATORY I29 HOLLY, LYLE HOYT RETAIL SALES- R. O. C. AMBlTlON: To own a big grocery store chain PET PEEVE: A certain girl WANTS: A million dollars HOLMAN, JANET ANN RETAIL SALES-G. A. A., R. O. C. AMBlTlON: Professional roller skater PET PEEVE: Boys WANTS: To go to Missouri and work as a waitress HOLMGREN, MARGARET lPEGl JANE COLLEGE PREPARATORY-A Cappella, Conservation Club, G. A. A. Latin Club, Mosque, Y-Teens AMBITION: Physical therapist PET PEEVE: People who crack their gum LIKES: Swimming HORSLEY, BARBARA ANNE COLLEGE PREPARATORY- A Cappella lSecretaryl, French Club iVice- presidentl, National Honor Society, Orchestra, Speech Guild lSecrelaryl AMBITLON: "Calilornia, here l come." PET PEEVE: No one textbook for Soc. LIKES: Swimming HOUSEMAN, JOAN COLLEGE PREPARATORY HOWARD, RICHARD DAY TRADE 130 Q HUFFMAN, DIANE MAUREEN GENERAL - A Cappella AMBITION: Florist PET PEEVE: Tecsing LIKES: To be self-sufficient HUGHES, JOAN MARIE GENERAL AMBITION: To gel out of school PET PEEVE: Wrinkled skirts LIKES: A completed hope chest HUNTER, JOHN HENRY COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Boosler Club, Football, Track HUTTENGA, GORDON EDWARD GENERAL - Baseball, Basketball, Conservation Club, Football, Student Council, Track AMBlTlON1 Play college football PET PEEVEQ Cross English teachers WANTS: My girl to grow three inches JAMES, CAROLE ANN OFFICE TRAINING JENSEN, NORANN COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Band, Lalin Club, Pro Musica AMBITION: Nurse PET PEEVE: Gossiping JOHNSON, ROBERT LEE TRADE AND INDUSTRY AMBITION: Prinler LIKES: Fencing and skiing JOHNSON, ROBERT LOUIS RETAIL SALES-R. O. C. AMBITION: To lly PET PEEVE: Women drivers LIKESQ Sporls JOHNSON, RONALD DEAN COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Conservalion Club AMBITION: Engineer PET PEEVE: Homework LIKES: Hunting and fishing KLEYN, LOIS STENOGRAPHIC KLINGER, RUTH ELAINE GENERAL - Hi-C AMBITION: Private Secretary PET PEEVE: locks that don't open LIKES: Popular songs KORTMAN, MARION BLANCHE CLERICAL AMBITION: Secretory PET PEEVE: Lovers in school halls LIKES: Popular Music KOSKI, ELSA MARIE OFFICE TRAINING-Orchestra, Pro Musica, R. O. C. AMBITION: Secretary KOWALSKI, JO ANN COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Booster Club lPresidentl, Carmenta, F. H. A., F, N. A. lSecretaryl, Latin Club, National Honor Society, Student Council iVice residentl YTeens .p , . AMBITIONQ To graduate from U. of M. as a doctor LIKES: Friends KRAMER, MARIANNE LOIS STENOGRAPHIC-- Hi-C, Library Club AMBITION: Secretary PET PEEVE: People who crack their gum LIKES: HA! HAI KROLL, PATRICIAN ANN GENERAL - G. A. A. AMBITION: Social worker PET PEEVE: Showoff LIKES: Marriage KRUEGER. JACK RUSSELL COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Baseball, Basketball, Student Council lPresidentl, Thespians KUHN. JANET MARIE GENERAL - G. A. A. AMBITION: Don't know yet PET PEEVE: People who aren't on time LIKES: One billion dollars Football, Radio, JONES, CLEMONE DAY TRADE-CABINET MAKING -- Lead Balloons Society, Student Council AMBITION: Postal Clerk PET PEEVE: History and pool WANTS: To be a postal clerk JONESON, JONE GENERAL- Radio, Thespians, Y-Teens AMBITION: Professional dancer KAREL, JR., HENRY RETAIL SALES AMBITION: Florist KELLY, ROBERT WILLIAM GENERAL- Baseball, Basketball, Football, T. A. T. S. AMBlTIONf To build houses PET PEEVE: Stuck up people LIKESQ Sports KIEL, MARILYN MARIE COLLEGE PREPARATORY -Conservation Club, F, T. A., G. A. A., latin Club, National Honor Society, Pro Musica, Y-Teens KIENKE, MARLENE JOANNE COLLEGE PREPARATORY- F, N. A., Masque, Y-Teens AMBITION1 Nurse PET PEEVE: I. D. cards and conceited people LIKES: Weekends L ls Q' - S I3l LINDSTROM, CARL A. STENOGRAPHIC - Basketball, Radio, Student Council AMBITION: Businessman PET PEEVE: Teachers who think they're always right WANTS: A Prosperous future LINDSTROM, ROLAND LONG, PAUL DEMARS COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Camera Club, Conservation Club, Hi-Y, Latin Club, Lead Balloons Society lGrand Ballaanl, National Honor Society AMBITION: To make my lite worthwhile PET PEEVE: Duck cuts RY ANN LOUGHERY, MA COLLEGE PREPARATORY-A Cappella, Carmenta, Debate, Forensics, Masque, Speech Guild, Student Council, Thespians lSecretaryi AMBITION: Nurse PET PEEVE: Unfriendly people LUSK, JEANETTE LUCILLE GENERAL AMBITION: X-ray technician PET PEEVE: I. D, cards LIKES: Boys, money, and good times MAASTRICHT, WILLIAM COLLEGE PREPARATORY 132 KURTZ, JANICE STENOGRAPHIC LACKEY, JUNE ETHEL RETAIL SALES- R. O. C. AMBITION: Marriage lmayhel PET PEEVE: Boys LIKES: Getting all new teachers LAMBKIN, GAYLE JOY I BOOKKEEPING-A Cappella, F. A. A. lPresidentl, G. A. A lVice-president! AMBITION: To go to Finland PET PEEVE: Long-winded talkers LIKES: Vacations LA NOUTTE, MARVA COLLEGE PREPARATORY LA POINTE, BURNELL JAMES TRADE AND INDUSTRY AMBITION: Printer LA VERE, JULIE RETAIL SALES LEHMAN, JANET ANN STENOGRAPHIC AMBITION: Secretary PET PEEVE: My brother WANTS: To go to Hawaii LEMIEUX, CAROL ELIDA COLLEGE PREPARATORY - F. N. A., Latin Club AMBITION: Nurse PET PEEVE: School work on weekends LIKES: Clothes LEWIS, TOM RICHARD COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Conservation Club, Hi-Y AMBITION: Pharmacy or business PET PEEVE: People who like pizza pie WANTS: Censored MADDIX, C. WILLIAM TRADE AND INDUSTRY - R. O. C. AMBITION: Health and wealth PET PEEVE: Girls WANTS: New automobiles MARCEAU, JANICE CLARE COLLEGE PREPARATORY- latin Club, Orchestra, Pro Musica AMBITION: Medical technician LIKES: Tennis MARKHAM, ROSE MARTIN, BRUCE WILLIAM COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Golf, Lead Balloons Society AMBITION: Financial independence PET PEEVE: Girls with short hair LIKES: People and companionship with people MARTINEZ, RAYMOND GENERAL MARTINEZ, TONY LENORY I COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Conservation Club, Lead Bolloons Society, Spanish Club, Student Council AMBITION: Minister WANTS: A four-year scholarship in agriculture at Michigan State College MARTZ, ROGER ALAN GENERAL-Baseball lMonogerl, Basketball lManagerl, Conservation Club, Football lManagerI, Hi-C, Lead Balloons Society, Student Council AMBITION: Conservation officer LIKES: Ice cream ond traveling MASON, WILLIAM DONALD COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Rodio, Student Council, Thespians MATTESON, MARCIA K. OFFICE TRAINING AMBITION: To continue working at a bank PET PEEVE: Long colored socks LIKES: To live in northern Michigan MATTHEWS, DONALD RICHARD COLLEGE PREPARATORY - leod Balloons Society AMBITION: Electronics technician PET PEEVE: I have very little of "the root of all eviI." WANTS: Longer nights MATTHEWS, PATRICIA LOUISE OFFICE TRAINING AMBITION: Stenograoher PET PEEVE: Louie Vallier LIKES: Dancing MC CALL, NANCY-LOU DEE GENERAL -A Cappella, F. N. A. lSecretary, Vice-presidentl, Foren- sics, French Club, Speech Guild lTreasurerl, Y-Teens PET PEEVE: Kids making out in the halls LIKES: Men and food fthe best of bothl MC GREGOR, MARGARET ANNETTE COLLEGE PREPARATORY- Booster Club, Conservation Club, G. A. A., Senate, Y-Teens AMBITION: Go to college and to teach PET PEEVE: People who try to manage other people's offoirs LIKES: To be happy and loads of friends MC MICHAEL, DONNA MARIE GENERAL AMBITION: Successful office worker and a good wife PET PEEVE: Students who don't oct their age LIKES: Happiness MC MILLAN, JOANN FRANCES COLLEGE FREPARATORY - A Coppello, Booster Club G. A. A., National Honor Society, Y-Teens AMBITION: Nurse PET PEEVE: People who brag LIKES: Friends , r. N. A., 133 ......j",f'- MEDLIN, CHARLES COLLEGE PREPARATORY MENDHAM, JOANN GENERAL- A Cappella, F. A. A. AMBITION: A good hookkeeper PET PEEVE: I. D. Cards MEYERS, BARBARA JEAN STENOGRAPHIC-- Bond, Pro Musica AMBITION: To play clarinet in the Philharmonic Symphony PET PEEVE: Mr. Young's outlines LIKES: Classical music MIDDLECAMP, GORDON COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Conservation Club lVice-presidentl, J. E. T. S., Latin Club, National Honor Society IPresidentl, Student Council AMBITION: Chemical engineer, nuclear engineer MILLER, JUDITH ANN GENERAL AMBITION: Designer of homes, furniture, and clothes PET PEEVE: People who say they have worked too hard WANTS: An education and an occupation in Europe MILLER, SHEILA MAE BOOKKEEPING 134 MINES, ROBERT GENE DAY TRADE-ELECTRICITY AMBITION: Radio and TV repairman PET PEEVE1 Having to get up so early to come WANTS: June to hurry up to school MONROE, CHARLES GENERAL MOON, LINDA LOIS COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Carmenta, Y-Teens AMBITION: To see the world PET PEEVE: Assigned seats in auditorium WANTS: More teachers like Miss Bedker MORRELL, ILENE YVONNE BOOKKEEPING- F. H. A. lSecretaryl, Hi-C AMBITION: Social worker secretary PET PEEVE: Snobs LIKES: The color red, dancing, and skating MOVEY, PAMELA ANNE GENERAL - A Cappella, Carmenta, Conservation Club, Play, Spanish Club, Y-Teens AMBIYION: Nurse PET PEEVE: Drums LIKES: Olive green Cadillac convertible with o while MULREADY, KATHRYN ANN COLLEGE PREPARATORY - A Cappella, Conservation G. A. A., Y-Teens AMBITION. To be successful in whatever I undertake PET PEEVE: Actions at some teen-agers LIKES: A certain friend G. A. A., Senior top Club, F. N. A., in the future MURPHY, ROGER HEMILX COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Lead Balloons Society AMBITION: State policeman PET PEEVE: Fifth hour lunch LIKES: Hunting, fishing, all outdoor activity NEDERVELT, MARY LOUISE STENOGRAPHIC- A Cappella, Senate, Y-Teens AMBlTlONi To succeed in whatever I do PET PEEVESi Assemblies during study halls LIKES: Chocolate malteds and hamburgers NELSON, JEANNE EVELYN STENOGRAPHIC - A Cappella lTreasurerl, French AMBITION: Private secretary PET PEEVE: First hour pool LIKES: Chocolate sodas and French fries Club, Senate, Y-Teens O'BRlEN, EARL GENERAL OGREN, WILLIAM COLLEGE PREPARATORY OHST, VIVIAN DIANE COLLEGE PREPARATORY - A Cappella, F. H. A., F. T. A., French Club, Student Council, Y-Teens AMBITION: To be a teacher la good onel PET PEEVE: Liars LIKESQ Strawberry shortcake OSBORN, TED WILLIAM DAY TRADE -- Student Council AMBITION: Conservation officer PET PEEVEz 4100's WANTS: Good teachers llike Mr. Rodewaldl OTWORTH, PATRICIA ANN RETAIL SALES AMBITION: To be successful in everything I do PET PEEVE: Gum chewers PAQUIN, JOYCE ANN COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Band, French Club, Orchestra, Pro Musica AMBITION: Dress designer PET FEEVE: Butch haircuts LIKES: Barbecues and strawberry shortcake PARKS, DAVID EASTON COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Bond, Hi-C, Orchestra, Pro Musica AMBITION: Music teacher PET PEEVE: Stripped down cars WANTS: To play in the Boston "Pops" Orchestra PARSONS, JANET KAY OFFICE TRAINING-Camera Club, G. A. A., Keyhole Staff, Press Club, R. O. C. AMBITION: Air-wick adiuster in a pickle factory PET PEEVE: Alcoholic drinks LIKES: Pork barbecues and chocolate milk shakes PATOW, CONNIE JEAN BOOKKEEPING AMBITION: Bookkeeper PET PEEVE: School cliques LIKES: Keech Zzmrll NELSON, JOE COLLEGE PREPARATORY NELSON, RONALD LOUIS COLLEGE PREPARATORY -A Cappella, Baseball, Basketball AMBITION: Football coach PET PEEVE: Homework LIKES: Girls and sports NELSON, SHIRLEY DORIS STENOGRAPHER - F. H. A., Hall Guard AMBITION: An efficient stenograplier PET PEEVE: Homework LIKES: Johnny, dancing, hamburgs, hot fudge sundaes NELSON, WANDA MAY GENERAL - A Cappella, Latin Club AMBITION: Choral director PET PEEVE: Having to sit in the front of a crowded theatre LIKES: College men and the back row in the balcony VON GLAHN, NOEL AUGUSTUS COLLEGE PREPARATORY -Booster Club iVice-presidentl, Conservation Club lPresidentl, Lead Balloons Society, National Honor Society lKeeper of the Archives, Treasurerl AMBITION: To make Noel Von Glahn rich PET PEEVE: Teachers who shout in study halls WANTS: A Cadillac for every day of the week NORRIS, PHILLIP COLLEGE PREPARATORY 135 PIETILA, JOHN PATRICK ' ' COLLEGE PREPARATORY I PLUMHOFF, THOMAS COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Debate, Masque, Speech Guild, Thespians AMBITION: To become an engineer PET PEEVE: Affirmative debaters LIKES: Money POE, FLORENCE MARIE COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Carmenta, Hi-C, Latin Club, Orchestra, Pro ,swf Musica lSecretaryl H """ """' AMBITION: Concert violinist PET PEEVE: Alarm clocks LIKES: Ice skating ow tgx W' POMEROY, WILLIAM ' 7 DAY TRADE UA ,X Ponrsn, JAY A in ,f ,f-I coueoe PREPARATORY xg J 'X immmsz, ARTHUR 5 COLLEGE PREPARATORF SP S fl 136 PATT, VIRGINIA LEE STENOGRAPHIC AMBITION: Beautician PET PEEVE: Liars LIKES: I'll never tell PATTERSON, JR., DAIL WALLEN COLLEGE PREPARATORY AMBITION: To go to college PET PEEVE: To work on the night of o football game WANTS: To get a rich beautiful girl PAULSEN, HAROLD HOWARD RETAIL SALES-Conservation Club, R. O. C. IPresidontI AMBITION: Department manager at Sears PET PEEVE: Teachers LIKES: Miss Yvonne Heidemann PAYTON, EVANGELINE COLLEGE PREPARATORY PEARSON, JR., EDWARD COLLEGE PREPARATORY PERRY, ELTON M. TRADE AND INDUSTRY AMBITION: None PET PEEVE: Homework over weekends LIKES: Money and girls PETERSON, ROY WALTER COLLEGE PREPARATORY -Camera Club lVice-presidentl AMBITION: To make life worth living PEDERSEN, SHARON KAY COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Band Maiorette, Booster Club, Pro Musica Senate AMBITION: Teacher PET PEEVE: Monday PFEIFFER, DORIS WILMA STENOGRAPHIC-Cheerleader, Conservation Club, Student Council AMBITION: Hostess PET PEEVE: Blind dates and iealousy LIKES: To meet people 'ii RASEY, PATRICIA GEORGENE COLLEGE PREFARATORY - Carmenta, Cheerleader, French Club, Masque, Speech Guild, Student Council, Thespians lHistorianI, Y-Teens AMBITION: To maior in dramatics PET PEEVE: People leaving football games before they're over ' LIKES: Football players RENKENBERGER, WILLIAM COLLEGE PREPARATORY ' RIGGLE, DAVID PETER RETAIL SALES AMBITION: To go into the Service PET PEEVE: Women, especially Hollander: RINCKEY, CHARLOTE RUTH STENOGRAPHIC-G. A. A., Hall Guard, Library Club, Y-Teens AMBITION: Secretary PET PEEVE: Drugstore cowboys LIKES: Monte Westfield and hamburgers RISK, PATRICIA ANN COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Carmenta, Debate, Forensics, Hall Guard, Masque, Speech Guild, Student Council, Thespians, Y-Teens AMBITION: To be a nurse and marry a doctor PET PEEVE: 4th and 6th hour study halls LIKES: Everyonel ROBAR, JAMES HOWARD COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Band, Conservation Club, Lead Balloons Saci ety, Latin Club lProgram Chairmanl, Orchestra, Pro Musica AMBITION: To teach math lTrig.l PET PEEVE: Cheerleaders with no pep LIKES: Camping and hiking ROELOFS, MAXINE ANNE OFFICE TRAINING-A Cappella, F. H. A. lVice-presidentl, G. A. A., Y-Teens AMBITION: To continue work in a doctor's office PET PEEVE: An empty stomach LIKES: Chicken gizzards and pizza ROGERS, JAMES N. GENERAL ROJAN. CORRINE RUTH COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Conservation Club, F. N. A., Y-Teens AMBlTIONz Nurse PET PEEVE: Short pep assemblies ,,.a .nn ROSEN, I. KURT COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Conservation Club, Debate, French Club, Golf, Masque lfreasurerl, Thespians lPresidentl AMBITION: Businessman ROSSMAN, ANNETTE JEAN RETAIL SALES- R. O. C. lVice-presidentl, Student Council AMBITION: Portrait photographer and housewife PET PEEVE: Ronald WANTS: To marry my pet peevel RUITER, JANICE ELAINE GENERAL AMBITION: To travel PET PEEVE: Homework LIKES: To roller skate RULL, ROGER RAY GENERAL AMBITION: To travel PET PEEVE: Homework LIKES: Hunting and fishing SABIN, EMOGENE JOAN OFFICE TRAINING-Library Club, R. O. C., Student Council LIKES: Dogs SCHACHT, NANCY JOELLA OFFICE TRAINING- R. O. C. AMBITION: To do the best I can LIKES: Music l37 SCHRIER, BEVERLY JEAN COLLEGE PREPARATORY- Hi-C, Library Club lVice-presidentl AMBITION: Nurse PET PEEVET Work LIKES: Money SCHMIDT, RITA CHARLOTTE OFICE TRAINING AMBITION: To graduate PET PEEVE: Knee-length stocking LIKESZ Dancing, ice skating, tennis SCHULER, SANDRA MARY COLLEGE PREPARATORY - A Cappella, Carmenta lPresident, Socra- taryl, Conservation Club, G. A. A., Masque, National Honar Society, Thespians, Y-Teens iPresidentl AMBITION: Foreign service PET' PEEVE: Boys with duck cuts and low levis LIKES: Traveling abroad SCHULTZ, ARDEN DALE COLLEGE PREFARATORY - Booster Club AMBITION: Dentist and never want for money PET PEEVE: Nc time for anything LIKES: Wine, women, and song SCHULTZ, ROBERT SPICER CO-OP AMBITION: To receive commission in the Marines or Army PET PEEVEz Girls always combing their hair SCOUTEN, VICTOR COLLEGE PREPARATORY I38 SECHEN, GENEVEVE STENOGRAPHIC SHANTY, CHARLENE PHYLLIS OFFICE TRAINING AMBITION: Office worker PET PEEVE: Boys LIKES: Skating and Dancing SHETTERLY, EDWARD EUGENE COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Baseball, Hall Guard AMBITION: Make a million dollars PET PEEVEf The queens who stand in front of drinking fountains WANTS: A harem complete with dancing girls SIMA, CARL DONALD COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Baseball AMBITION: Professional baseball player PET PEEVE: Kids always standing in front of drinking fountains SIPLON, CAROL LOUISE GENERAL - F. N. A. AMBITION: Private secretary LIKES: Christmas time at M. H. S. SLOTT, JOAN MARIE COLLEGE PREPARATORY - F. H. A., F. T. A., Hall Guord, Hi-C, Spanish Club AMBITION: Teacher LIKES: Roller skating SLOTT, JOHN COLLEGE PREPARATORY SMITH, ARTHUR GENERAL - A Cappella, Basketball, Hi-C, Track AMBITION: To make something out of a nonentity LIKES: To be loved SMITH, CAROL EVELYN COLLEGE PREPARATORY-A Cappella, Booster Club, French Club Masque, National Honor Society, Radio, Senate, Speech Guild Student Council, Y4Teens AMBITIONQ To cut meat without it sliding across the table PET PEEVE: Bubblers that don't work SOUTHLAND, JACK DAY TRADE SPILLER, GLORIA GENERAL SPRINGER, LOIS CAROL GENERAL - Band AMBITION: An office girl and housewife PET PEEVE: I. D. cards LIKES: Clothes, money, and Clare SPURGAT, MARILYN MAE COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Band, French Club, Orchestra, Pro Musica STANLEY ANNA MAY STENOGRAPHIC- Booster Club, F. A. A., F. H. A., G. A. A., Hi-C AMBITION: To work for a do PET PEEVE: Girls who smoke :tor LIKES: Walt, blue, food, sports, winter, and Petoskey STERENBERG, ED RETAIL SALES STEVENS, PATRICIA ANN STENOGRAPHIC-Booster Club, Conservation Club, Senate, Student Council, Y-Teens AMBITION: Private secretary PET PEEVE: People who brag LIKES: Fried chicken STEWART, JACK MICHAEL COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Basketball, French Club, Lead Balloons Society, Tennis AMBITION: Athletic coach PET PEEVE: Girls that talk lo LIKES: Girls, boys, and sports STIDHAM, SHIRLEY FAYE COLLEGE PREPARATORY - F. AMBITION: Nurse PET PEEVE: Tests on Monday LIKES: Food o much N. A., F. T. A., Hi-C, Latin Club SMITH, CHARLES TRADE AND INDUSTRY SMITH, GARCIA SMITH, GERTRUDE ANNE CLERICAL-G. A. A. IPresidentl, Hi-C AMBITION: Marriage PET PEEVE: Boys with long hair LIKES: C. M. V. SMITH, STANLEY GENERAL SOMERO, PATSY LUE GENERAL - Band lMaiorettel, Keyhole Staff, Senate, Y-Teens AMBITION: Airline Hostess PET PEEVE: Waiting for people LIKES: To have a good iab and meet SORENSEN, JOYCE ARLENE STENOGRAPHIC AMBITION: A good housewife PET PEEVE: Dress shoes with slacks LIKES: Excitement of a game between interesting people Muskegon and Heights 139 TIMMER, MARY JANE CLERICAL - A Cappella, Hi-C, Teen Age Book Club AMBITION: Piano teacher PET PEEVE: People who can'l make a left hand turn LIKES: Jack Chapel TOMAN, ARLONA LOUAMA COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Conservation Club, F. N. A., Hi-C lVice- presidentl AMBITION: Nurse PET PEEVE: Girls with "duck lails" LIKES: Boys TOUSEY, RONALD CLEM GENERAL AMBITION: Manager of a Thom McAn Store PET PEEVE: People who pop their gum LIKES: A girl named Joan VANDERBURG, PAUL LOUIS GENERAL - Baseball, Faolball AMBITION: Be a success PET PEEVE: None VANDER KOOI, RUTH ELAINE GENERAL - Library Club AMBITION: Nurse PET PEEVE: Cheaters VANDER WALL, BERNARD CLAUDE COLLEGE PREPARATORY-A Cappella, Boasler Club, Conservalion Club, Hi-Y, Masque, Spanish Club, Tennis AMBITION: College PET PEEVE: Girls in home room WANTS: Escalalors in halls 140 STRONG, LARRY COLLEGE PREPARATORY STUBBS, ARTHUR DALE GENERAL - A Cappella, Foolball, Track AMBITION: To be a success PET PEEVE: Pal Hill WANTS: A Hoi Rod SWANSON, CARLA RUTH COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Booster Club, French Club, Hall Guard, Lolin Club, Y-Teens AMBITION: Airline hasfess PET PEEVE: Red hair LIKES: Hamburgs and malleds SWANSON, JULIA ANN COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Boosler Club, Conservalian Club, Lalin Club, Orcheslra, Pro Musica, Said and Done, Sfudenl Council, Y-Teens AMBITION: College PET PEEVE: I. D. cards LIKES: Chocolate malls SWANSON, TIMOTHY CARL COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Hi-C, Masque, T. A. T. 5. AMBITION: To conlribule lo lhe progress of humonily PET PEEVE: People who won'l think a problem oul LIKES: Music, eleclronics, ideas SWIFT, CHARLES GENERAL ,L 1' QS A SWORDS, KAY ' ST ENOGRAPHIC THIES, WILLIAM DAY TRADE THOMAS, PRISCILLA .IEAN STENOGRAPHIC AMBITION: Prlvale secrelary PET PEEVE: Snobs LIKES: Roller skaling VANDER WIER, JANICE KAY GENERAL-Band, Hall Guard, R. O. C. AMBITION: To graduate PET PEEVE: School LIKES: Men VAN DYKE, ROBERT DAY TRADE VAN EENENAAM, ISLA COLLEGE PREPARATORY- Carmenta lVice-presidentl, Homecoming Queen, Masque lPresidentl, National Honor Society, Student Coun- cil ISecretaryl, Thespians, Y-Teens lSecretaryI AMBITION: College PET PEEVE: Assemblies during study halls VAN RIPER, JANICE ELAINE BOOKKEEPlNG-- A Cappella, G. A, A. AMBlTIONf Bookkeeper PET PEEVE: Assemblies during A Cappella LIKES: A certain bond member VARIN, FRED COLLEGE PREPARATORY VEITENHEIMER, SALLY GENERAL VREDEVELD, NORMA JANE RETAIL SALES- Library Club, R. O. C. AMBITION: Sales clerk PET PEEVE: Snobs LIKES: A new watch WALKER, PATRICIA ANN COLLEGE PREPARATORY - F. N. A. AMBITION: Laboratory technician WARNER, SALLY ANN STENOGRAPHIC AMBITION: To go to Notre Dame PET PEEVE: Snobs and small lockers LIKES: Frank I 3 WEIST, JOYCE CAROL OFFICE TRAINING- R. O, C. AMBITION: Secretary PET PEEVE: Snobs LIKES: Dates WERNSTROM, MARILYN JO STENOGRAPHIC - Band, G. A. AMBITION: Private secretary PET PEEVE: Too much to do and LIKES: Nice clothes WHEELER, LORETTA MARIE GENERAL AMBITION: Office worker PET PEEVE: Boys in general l YCE A. not enough time to do it n LIKES: Something at Western Michigan College WESTPHAL, JOAN ARLENE COLLEGE PREPARATORY AMBITION: None ct present PET PEEVE: Boys in general LIKES: Someone special WHISLER, SHIRLEY JEAN STENOGRAPHIC - G. A. A. AMBITION: To live in California PET PEEVE: Teenagers who drink LIKES: Lots of money and anythi WIERDA, JACK COLLEGE FREPARATORY ng blue WIESE, LOUISE ANN COLLEGE PREPARATORY -A Cappella, Latin Club AMBITION: Elementary school teacher LIKES: More assemblies and long class trips WILDE, W. JAMES DAY TRADE WILLIAMS, CAROLINE ANN GENERAL AMBITION: Kindergarten teacher PET PEEVE: Snobs LIKES: To teach physical education at the grade schools WILLICK, CLARENCE COLLEGE PREPARATORY WILSON, JOANNE CLERICAL - G. A. A., Y-Teens AMBITION: To graduate and get married PET PEEVE: Boys wearing their ieans way down LIKES: To pass all my subiects WILSON, MARY SCOTT -A COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Carmenta, French Club, Latin Club, Masque, Radio, Speech Club, Student Council, Thespians, Y-Teens AMBITION: To knit argyles PET PEEVE: Dreary Mondays LIKES: Winter, wants summer to come 142 WINTERS, CAROLYN RAE COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Booster Club, Carmenta, Cheerleader, Masque, Spanish Club, Y-Teens AMBITION: To succeed PET PEEVE: Crowded dance floors LIKES: Smiling faces WIERENGO, JACK RICHARD COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Basketball, Track AMBITION: Engineer WIRTZ, PATRICK KENNETH GENERAL - Band, Drum Maiar, Lead Balloons Society AMBITION: To become a famous c hef PET PEEVE: People that are too good to talk to you WANTS: Wooden shoes WITTE, NORMAN ROBERT GENERAL AMBITION: Lutheran school teacher PET PEEVE: Onion breath WANTS: Good toad WOOD, J. 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Snook, N., Somerville, G., Stapel, D., Stapel, L., Stein, M., Stein, N., Sterling, P., Stone, B. I D. 161 Qeywaiiugd vi WA ,l . Q, , ..., . A 5- 51. -. Qi ii 'V V 13 'Q ' ' .x p '-I' 'fiifi "V"V, ' V ,:.k - x. Q' , t V .V 'B V :2:Q .. .' "'-- I . ,,,. V- V .V '- Y 'x .. K f - :Mx N . ' .Y N1 -1 - - .- - ' " pb ' l W? ur 4, 1 " ' fs.. 4. if 2 Vg K' - f ' - ' ,. , " , Q ' 3 . ' L- 1 I .V f ., . --:-' - A W 0 Strong, R., Stoops, J., Strong, L., Stressmun, F., Stickler, E., Stringhom, P., Strong, L., Sugcrboker, D. WB, Summer, P., Swonson, P., Swett, L., Tunis, C., TerBeek, G., Teuling, B., Tieute, K., Thompson, D. V, f . X i .,.,, A . 'qi Q ,, r it . , .C Q . . V A V 1 .. V r- r V ' V '-1: " . if . . ,- V - . ' . . ,...x .. , ' ' ' -':' if: 5. E ' V1 ' w V .V., X'-f fl -ff' . L ..... gs Q ':. ,- . j - Q A n- A 'SF L ' -J . 5--1: V .sw H? V... 3 f ' ,gg 2 ,Z V .FY . x Vt ' J . V , .- 4 , , -, ,-- - x 2 ' E -:-,, G F 5 . mtg , - 'I 5 . X Thornton, L., Tobin, M., Toppen, J., Toxopeus, F., Trciweek, J., Tyler, P., Ullmer, C., Ulmer, M. Umsteod, R., VunderBoegh, A., VanderKooi, L., Vanderleest, J., Vonderleest, V., Vonderley, H., VonderMolen, I., VanderVeen, C. THEY PUT AN EXTRA EFFORT . ........ . I . 0: A I -1 in .. .. . J 2 :Ei 1 , V Q. .. . -- 1 V- .- A- 3: ' Z. 1 ..3,.V,V:'.. Q, .. " :g - 1 . giggi it V - T , ' - V- . X ' P . P ' .35 V . - V V .I s ---- 21. . . V- -- - .. -- . ' 2 .- . ,. ' .- .V "A 1 . -- Q-. -- . -- , Q , ' ..,. . ,ap :QI ,,,v Q- ,- . .- . ..,,... , . ,. M. .... . .. ""1 Q- V L , Ie' ' ' . . , 5 X egg' f ff 3 X QQ .v Ng. Warner, G., Watson, S., Weover, D., Webster, """ "" 5 . "' ' V - 1 5 U' 3 -.af A ' ff -. 5 - f Ee- . Aw, Q ...Q E. - .,,, 1. A ' 5, ., . '9a,z. fia,: -Vai 1 - .ff . We Ii:-1+ 'iff . . . Q. ..,. V. Z. . ,,. 5 Q is ,. .. .. ,, 1. ... .M s ,.., .Q ,A ' ,- . 'Q ,i 5 ' "4- 5 5? ":- V -if , . Q . Q. . VV. J .. '-,,- . ia., . '- .. . :1" "' f . .. .V-' ' X 'Y .. P- . " . .,.., g ' i " 1 A . 'P 'J if j .',' V if J., Wilkerson, D., Williams, L., Wilson, C., Wiltenburg, A., Wiseman, B. Wickland, W., Wierda, J.:lWieringo, Witham, D., Wittkopp, C., Wittkopp, W., Wolff, J., Wolverton, I., Woodring, K., Workman, H., Wright, A. 162 V' VanDyke, T., Venske, D., Visscher, J., Voss, J., Vulgoris, G., Waolkes, M., Woll, F., Wonger, F. ,555 X as if A . Q ,ef i xi 2 5 Q is 1 S: " is' s N., Weck, N., Weisner, W., Whitney, P., Wickl W f 1 f ag? W 'Te xg ' x sr .gt fa QQ' 9, Q X . kg is ., 2 X 5 ' Af' 1 ,GS 511.1 l lll?f'f z: 1 . . l V , ':.,.: ., is K, P.. .L V f " J if x . ' "'- V- X ' . .hm I gf, . - -" , Q E' in s , 2 ' .. . ' :-: . L in 1 ..., , 'Q ' .,.. g ,.qA,.:,, I in , 9. . is I., 1 . I Q .. Q J . . W .. ff ' B . " .- , 1 "'-Q ' r-- '::Z ' :- h .: wg A Yoles, J.: Young, E.: Young, N.: Young, N.: Zeedyk, P.: Zielinski, J.: Zimmerman, C.: Zissler, D. nderson, R.: Arneberg, J.: Baldwin, S.: Barner, C.: Bassell, R.: Bleich, E.: Blink, B.: Bobbins, L. Bristow, P.: Broumlow, J.: Brufladl, E.: Carlson, C.: Carlson, C.: Chapin, B.: Cousinecu, V.: Curlis, P. Dennison, L.: DeVries, L.: Dewald, M.: DeYoung, K.: DeYoung, L.: Domont, A.: Domonl, N.: Driscoll, INTO THEIR SCHOOL WORK, S Q i 4 5 . . 4 . J 9 ,in V ,.,.. 3 -"' . , 2 . L y J ., r Y .5 s.. 1 1 L::iS:E:, ,- x 1225:-I-. Ita ly 'f f . fs: Q .,. .J -gy fi -P Q' .--. 1 lg fy , I as S -4 - - "'l" X 1 Q "': WS :' ,K .. if . X, f is , I vigil' S 5 S A: y XX QQ Duncan, J.: Dykema, A.: Edlund, J.: Egner, J.: Engstrom, S.: Evans, K.: Fillus, R.: Finkhouse, M. Flannery, H.: George P.: Gifford, R.: Greer, P.: Hamel, S.: Hardin, M.: Hathaway, B.: Heelhuis, C. 2 -A w., I . :IM 1 wk Tim: - me --.. ,gg - ,gf . ' '-- ,-,. . . . . - , ,A-',. .':il: K vs.. N A. K 2' ' . - ::'- i T KX , NX ,, D. I2 B's X . Nh 'ggi Q3 1 .mg .M V .,... zgvvugg I V1 ,,V, gglg I . 4 .... ' , r::r J f .11 ff ,, xg ,iw J ..f9:7918 .,,,: 5 Lii -' ' V .-" .l . gl! A I I A :J V M.. . A42 tl ke M :::.. . s -Q.: .2 : y ,gg Qt as Herman, D.: Hommes, C.: Johnson, D.: Johnson, D.: Kolward, Z.: Kendall, D.: Kendall, G.: Keur, R. Knoll, A.: Kochin, N.: Kroeze, C.: LaRue, M.: Legaull, J.: LeMieux, C.: lowing, J.: Lowry, D. 163 Q -if?" '55 in P P ,e ,i , , W, . N - .,..'-2-..-.:.-3... X.. A ,Q - IT .1:- 5 J . ' . . is S, 1 2 2 S Q, :I-, E.. : .. . S 5 9, . ' ' .IQ -- 5 3 Marshall, J., Martin, C., Mertz, n, L., Nelson, R. Olson, R, Patrick, V., Pelkey, E., Peters, G., Peterson, Q., Plekes, P., Poland, S., Postema, J. li X b .A S gf P , ' EEF , ,, ' TQ . 4' - ' - A ' V 5 fl .. V- :" 3 - s, - ' 4 : s'i353 . ' I it .- ' 1 P . 1111 Q N V P, I . , flbbl K A X , . ' ' 1 1' s V """ U fig . ,, 'f 4 ' - Us s ff ' . X' "" z ':' 0 Q . -f it ,.,,. Q ' V Q .Q P E' ' "V- ' '- I - . ' A , ,.,, ,.,, ' . ' af . ai ,. G Ca 5 , , ,L Potts, C., otts, C., Poulos, P., Ramirez, M., Rebedew, E., Reed, D., Reed, M., Rice, J. Robbins, ., Saxton, H., Sa lor, J., Scott, R., Shaffer, G., Sheaffer, C., Smith, K., Smith, M. Y THUS l.AYlNG A FOUNDATION FOR THE FUTURE. . Q. 5, . 114 - 'S ' . 4' . mf r . f x- ' J , . ' b , A , - I V e . .. , . . , , W, . J . I ,., V I-:J L ' " Smith, M., Stebelton, S., Storm, M., Sturgeon, D., Sutcliffe, J., Sweeter, J., Thompson, B., Tiapkes, E. Twiest, G., Twining, C., Versalle, P., Vegeant, B., Vledder, J., Voss, P., Vredveld, J., Wagner, R. ' .33 .,.. -. s V 'I .'..... i . A , - . 'P if U I . .V ,Q if 1. i . ' ' . .,.,. I , , ' ' V A , ,V2 ' if . ' - -,:,i.. . ' "" , - .2 1': s I . ' ' - i .'- ....,, ' . ji Vgll w.. hz X f -A is , .1 .-... , ., Wainwright, N., Walters, J., Weaver, D., Westfield, A., Westgate, C., Wierengo, D., Williams, D., Wolford, R 164 "Six-three or five-one, they are still our Juniors." mi "Our underclassmen and Seniors in their Dude's Judy Collinge, Bob Cwynar, Martin Waalkes, and Day Best." Row 'l: Don Peterson, Jean Eller, Char- JoAnn Coleman. lene Markham, Keith Sweet. Row 2: Don Matth- ews, Jim Gronberg, and Art Smith. Zladezaicwamea add Wcvzdetq cmd Spazde to 776715 "These gals -are preparing decorations tor the Febru- ary Prom." Harriet Saxton, Judy Sweeter, Arlene Do- mont, Pat George, and Ar- lene Knoll. 165 Wdadam da cz gaacl ,bafzcdcwe Zdaccgd we ,bony dean fam JZ "f 'Na 'iff 4613. 'K at ' 5 iff 'Ir '59 qw sr? DIVISION EDITORS --JO ANN MC MILLAN, SHIRLEY OUWERKERK, MARY MURPHY VUQ have Icnrncd in our courses in economics, Consumer education, and homemuking to look for quality and to buy wisely. Our advertisers are offering services. and quality products that meer our st1mdz1rcls of practical Oxpendiruresh I67 Achterhoff ........... Alfred J. Hunter ..,.... ...... American Coil Spring Anton's Bakery ......... ..,,.. Arbor Floral ................ ...,.. Balbirnie-Apostle Mortuary ................ .....A Baxter Launderers and Dry Cleaners ....., ,,,.. . ,, Boaz Shoes ...,..............,.,.............,,.... .,..,, Budd's Jewelry ..... Buel s ................................... ...,,. Campbell, Wyant 8. Cannon ..,.. ......... Certified Concrete ............... .,....... ' 1 Chadwick s ........,.,.... ......... Clock Funeral Home ..... ......... Cole's Bakeries ...... Columbia Studios ..... ..,....., Commercial Press ,,.. Consolidated Gas Company ,,,,. ,..,.,,A. Consumer's Power Company ..... ....,..,, Continental Motors Corporation ..... .,.....,. Dana Printing ..... DanieI's ..........., Earle Press, Inc. .,... . Enterprise Brass ...,.. Factory Supply ,,.,,.,,...,,...,,.,,,,.,,,.,...,,,,, ,,,,A,.,, Federal Savings 8- Loan Association ...... ......,., Francis Jlroch Company ,...,.,.,,,.,.,.,4., ,,.,,,,., Franklin Brothers Drugs ..... ....., Garnaat Flower Shop General Telephone Company ot Michigan ,s,..,, ,,,,, Q Georg Smith .........,..................,,....,......,.,,,.,. ,,,4,. Hackley Union National Bank ,s,,,,, ,4,,,, Hahn's Drugs ...,................,.,s.,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Hansen Town House ...,,., ,,.,,, Harwood-Nelson .s,,,.. 168 184 190 186 191 173 169 184 170 190 180 173 183 174 180 184 176 186 185 176 183 189 189 182 171 191 176 177 179 178 182 190 185 188 188 177 ' Vwlex Jones Electric ..... Krautheim's Jewelry .... L'Alglon .................................. Lakey Foundry Corporation Lakos Cafe ............,............... Lee Harding ...................... Manning, Maxwell 8- Moore ..... ...... Merrill A. Pringle ............... Mills Ice Cream .....,............. Motor Service and Supply ...... ...... Movey Steel 8- Welding ..... Muskegon Bank ...................... ...... Muskegon School of Business Muskegon Theaters, Inc. ........ ..... . National Lumberman's Bank ..... ...... Office Supplies ...... Panyard's ................... Parmelee's Jewelry ....... Photographer's Assn. ..... . Quality Cleaners .... Sanitary Dairy ..... Sealed Power .,... Shaw-Walker ....... Shurfine Foods .,... Snowhite Bakeries ..... Steel Fabricating .... Vandervelde's ..... Vets Men's Wear ..,.,.. Walters' Pharmacy .... A. Walt Plant .....,........... Wasserman's Flowers ....... Week's Drug Store ....s. 177 171 171 189 179 170 187 178 173 191 181 170 186 172 181 179 177 174 192 188 178 175 177 172 187 179 193 182 174 171 182 171 's....,,,, "" ff' xg Q, -Qi xxkas - ff 5- W, W. ' T " in -1 ' 'J A RWM ., 1 V . . ' ' " X K 'XX ,- ef, in 5 - - ' gf VL 5 1 ' M 5-my , - X -W . qlquu ... 1 ,:.. . ,:-. , . V ,, . G, 1 ,M M. ,, Q . Q ,WW X MY : I . pf., ' ' ,W b 'X riwrzexlv-..x,X "' 'fu -""'5fTE1- Q, , .ff . . M N F9 .. f 2 x ' X . Q ' 'DTN' ' QM 2 1865 - 1955 AIR-CONDITIONED CHAPEL AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Balbirnie - APUSTLE fllartrary 257 W. Webster Avenue MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN Phone 2-2168 james Apostle - Directors - George Apostle GRADUATION . . Graduation is only the beginning Now you start with your A B C's in learning to save. For those gscxfgiring Glances, BOAZ SHOES For those who desire Charm, Personality, and Naturalness - rather than Artificial Flattery, ,ff IFS JO ANN KOWALSKI Vice-president of Student Council P O R T R A IT S 1259 Thhd SL Phone 2-7422 "LCJCJK FCFR TttE Bl!3 BLIKCIC ti0lJSE" 70 TEEN-AGERS WELCOME Q Hamburger Royale Q Shoestring Potatoes Q Cole Slaw Q Hottest Piano Man in Town- Nightly All For 48? 4815 l Wiglan Isay leg-lonl On Western Ave. at Third St. Enterprise Brass lllorks MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN Manufacturers oi Plumbers' Brass Goods - Brass. Bronze and Aluminum Castings Walt Plant Has the Largest Selection of Television and Appliances in Muskegon THIRD AND HOUSTON - - WESTERN AND TERRACE AZ 329 W. WESTERN Your Class Ring Store-Your Graduation Watch Store For those School Supplies Shop at WEEKS DRUG STORE 394 E. Larch hit showing at the T Muskegon Theaters, Inc Quality Service Faod Stores LEADING INDEPENDENT AFFILIATED STORES 7 Doris H C R I d Jack Krueger get a prevuew f th ARBCDR jforaf C0l'l'lI0ally 29 Years of Dependable Service Our Flowers Are Always Greenhouse Fresh" 1222 Peck Street MUSKEGON Compliments of Mills Ice Cream Congratulations to the Graduates of 1955 "Beyond the sum of all we know And all that man has done, Life holds a never-ending row Of glories to be won. Unreckoned genius yet unborn Undreamed of deeds shall do. Night ends the old. With every morn Life bids us start the new." THE GOLDEN CHANCE By Edgar A. Guest CAMPBEU., WYANT and CANNON FOUNDRY COMPANY The Plafe to go after the Dance or Show Rollie Lang and Patricia Bell enioy a coke at Chadwick's Drive-In BROADWAY 81 GETTY P RMH EET YOUR CREDIT IEWELERS I ln Muskegon 214 W. Western I ln the Heights 2758 Peck Street ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The staff wishes to thank the fol- lowing for assistance in making this yearbook possible: The Muskegon Chronicle Mr. Harvey Hermanson of Dana Printing Company Miss Ethel Pihlstrom, our advisor and Members of the Muskegon High School Administration and Faculty TO THE CLASS OF '55 . . . Meet Robert Mason, jr., Controller and Assistant Secretary of Sealed Power. He, like you, graduated from Muskegon Senior High School. However, he was a member of the graduating class of 1957. The story of his successful career is a story from which you can draw inspiration and guidance, for his problems following graduation, were not unlike those which currently confront you. In the near future you must make some important decisions about your future, just as Mr. Mason did some years ago. No matter which path you may chart for your life, we invite you to consider Sealed Power as offering opportunities to alert young men and women. Sealed colporafion Leading Manufacturers of Engine Parts Plants in Muskegon Heights and St. Johns, Michigan Rochester, Indiana and Stratford, Ontario YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT INVITED CONRAD'S Columbia Studios it "Class Portraits of Distinction" WEDDINGS- CANDID AND FORMAL BABIES AND FAMILY GROUPS Call 2-3013 For Appointment 184 W. WESTERN AVENUE Across from Penney's MUSKEGON FEDERAL SAVINGS 6. LOAN ASSOCIATION "Black Front BuiIding" on First Street CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES Miss Virginia Jennings, Home Service Ad- visor, demonstrating built-in electric cook- ing equipment to Don Sima and Charlotte Rinkey of the graduating class. CONSUMERS POWER CO. CARDS - GIFTS - PICTURE FRAMES PANYARITS 3rd at Houston Compliments of HAIQWDDD -' N ELSDN FRANCIS JIROCH COMPANY wHoLEsALE CANDY, clGARs, Erc. 248 Market Street WILSON SPORTING GOODS MERCURY OUTBOARD MOTORS JONES Electric Company ll I 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. , 'Built Like 2 Skyscraper" . : largest Exclusive Makers of Office Furniture and Filing E ' ent in the W ld I7 Terry Fuller observes operations at the SANITARY DAIRY COMPANY THE BEST "just Ask Your Neighbor" FLOWER SHOP UNUSUAL CORSAGES WEDDINGS GIFTS COMPLETE LIFE, ACCIDENT, HEALTH AND HOSPITALIZATION INSURANCE SERVICE FOR EVERY MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY V Merrill A. Pringle General Agent WASHINGTON NATIONAL INSURANCE CO. 1319 Peck Street JoAnn McMillan decides that a Good Spot to buy School Supplies is Office .S'uln,2fz'e.4 885-887 Terrace St. MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN Franklin Bros. CUT RATE 249 Irwin SODAS SUNDAES PACKAGE DRUGS FABRICATORS - ERECT ORS Structural Steel and Plate Fabricating I li A -. MEMBER STEEL FABRICATING COMPANY 590 W. Southern Ave, Telephone 2-6635 MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN DESIGNERS - ENGINEERS H Lakos Cafe Where fine food is served" 428 W. WESTERN I7 , '. ...F 1 -q, ag Fw Y Q Q' '+-""w1w'Q'Af1-lS-iif,2ge?'- 3' 'im V, " V' 4- 511201 ., 3, fyl rn xnwff, fl i Miufhx, -wif, f-"W fp.-T, " gi ee 3,,',,, ',ev,,"i .1 ,,' Jj Q 'f'!?""f'J 'E 4 12? ,f'?"5f'f' l J, .fir wtf"--' L . 3 A of Af' 'f-5 Ll'E, .fg.", ,raw lj' R13 XLNf'w, :ky A- 1 I? ' N 1 .1. 'N Q ',f-,pk f 1 be- Q: -ae-in 3 1 1 . ww iz? 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D DIGNITY - INTEGRITY 57 Years of Service in Muskegon Clock Funeral Home Bllfl ' S0055 333 W. Western MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN Ruth Canning, Janet Barber, Carol Siplon, Alihea Curow, and Helen Fiizpoirick enioy work at THE NATIONAL LUMBERMAN'S BANK Muskegon's Oldest Bank 223-225 w. wesrsm Ave Dmve-:N BANK-LAKETON a s,-.mono LOUDEN MACHINERY YALE 84 TOWNE HOISTS BROOKVILLE BLDGS. ENGINEERING AND MATERIALS HANDLING INDUSTRIES MOVEY STEEL and WELDING COMPANY STRUCTURAL and STEEL FABRICATING Phone 2-3548 487 W. Forest Ave. COMPLIMENTS OF General Telephone Company oi Michigan Meff0P0'i'C"1 F VETS MEN'S WEAR RENT-A-TUX SERVICE 201 W. Western Fast! Low Cost! Famous RICHMAN BROTHERS Clothes FOR ALL OCCASIONS SAY IT WITH WASSERMAN'S FLOWERS REGENT THEATER BLDG. We Specialize in Corsages THE EARLE PRESS, INC. LETTERPRESS - OFFSET PRINTING 915 Pine Street, Cor. Walton - Phone 2-3044 - Muskegon. Michigan COMPLIMENTS OF Continental Motors Corporation CONSTRUCTION WITH A FUTURE Build with Celocrete Lite-Weight Blocks CERTIFIED CONCRETE INC. QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALS and READY-MIXED CONCRETE 777 EAST SHERMAN BOULEVARD ' - MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, MICHIGAN Courtesy of ACHTERHCFF Hanan! and Amdulavwe SERVICE Peck at Larch Phones 2-5717 8. 2-8655 We Duulte dam , .5 1 :,. 5 ZZ: E Sueiean Siftser and Karen Frasier wafch 0Pe'U'10"5 U' Norma Bastian and Lois Hcxughey look over Sandwiches and Desserts BilXt0l'9S . for then Parties cmd Picnics - 1915 Peck -- - 1050 Getty - COLES' BAKERIES ' iv , X X, h I X is-': I -wx 2 f I . ay f q Qqtt xv at I , Q it Ibn M hifi' 3 I I .f ki. lr,- . HOME SERVICE Lf Y If k , I x In X XI If ome Service is an extra service Gas customers receive at no added charge. Recipes are tested by graduate Home Economists and distributed each month. Advice is given in the use of ranges, re- frigerators, dryers and water heaters over the telephone or by personal call. Avail yourself of Home Service. ' HOME SERVICE TEST KITCHEN MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY SERVING 780,000 CUSTOMERS IN MICHIGAN The Hackley Union National Bank "Your Personal Bank" MUSKEGON MUSKEGON HEIGHTS Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation BEST WISHES ,-immwm 64:6 Swag Congratulations to the Class of 1955 MUSKEGON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS THE COMMERCIAL PRESS "Master Printers" 1981 Sanford Pho 22575 Q 'W Pat Stevens, Nancy Balcom, Sally Beadle, Carol Smith, and Jone Joneson enioy sandwiches of SNOWHITE BREAD ll M19 A former Muskegon High School graduate, Carl Lintier, has found a pleasanl, profitable ouflel for his life's work in the Personnel Deparlmenf al "The Crane Works." Olher M.H.5. grads have found "Shaw-Box" a good place to work. MANNING, MAXWELL 8. MOORE, INC. SHAW-sox CRANE s. Holsr Dlvlslou MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN 7 NSIN t A 041515 t t "Pills and Things" I PHOTOGRAPHY Shu "OBE":hfiO'ff3f9ANSEN as W. BROADWAY 1783 sunford sweet Phone 3-2245 M k g M h g MUSKEGON HEIGHTS QUALITY CLEANERS 1504 Sanford Street Across from Central Campus Xwllile Searclzinlg for some loftg nest that 1 have visioneh in my plan. lshould remember: in my quese: tlwtNlin3's the measure of the man. DANA z:1if1N?NLre'tidi9MPANY l Lakey Foundry Corporation Julie Swanson, Mary Wilson, and Kramer look for luggage a Daniel? Aofo l"6L . P 9 P r georg smith 'k 1576 peck street muskegon, michigan phone 27-8493 Doris Herman, Jock Krueger, and Corrine Roiun plan future purchases of Dinnerware, Silverware, Crystal, and Gifts at BUDD JEWELRY COMPANY "The Store Your Confidence Built" t Compliments of lllfred J. Hunter 81 Company HENRY AT LAKETON Congratulations to the Graduates FACTORY SUPPLY MOTOR SERVICE 6. SUPPLY COMPANY 1169-71 Third street Telephone 2-6066 MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN BEST OF LUCK, SENIORS! Anton's Bakery orking at the rummage sale to make money for their Senior trip to Chicago are Sandy Schuler and Mary Brown. wafer ynzfwlegon ewionaf pAOf0gl"dfl9 Beckquist Studio Columbia Biltmore Studio Lyle Christenson Dauser Studios - N. Muskegon C. Felt Studio Hansen Town House Lee Harding, Portraits Fletcher Henry Studio Al Iensen Studio Cal Iohnson Camera Shop Henry Iordan Georg Smith Tourcotte Studio Radium Photo Service 91" :S . sy, ' been XV. . - B' Members of the 1955 graduating class visited Vandervelde's . . . and shown here are Carol Drennan and Bill Mason looking over America's newest innovations in Home Furnishings. This is typical of young Americans selecting their favorite furnishings within a short span of time after graduation. 9 cmderve I de s "Where You Will Do Better in Quality and Price" 1 . ,Vg ii.- s cfm ins L' Abbey, Louis - 10B ........, .................................. 7 4, Abbot, jack - 10B ..,,.................,..........,................................................ Abbott, Kay - 12A .................................... 24, 68, 83, 114, Abrelat, Patricia - 10B ....,..................................,......,.......... ........ Achenbach, .Ioan Carol - 11B ..........................,........................ Ackerman, Allen - 10A ..................,. .............. 8 9, Adams, Ted - 12B ............,.. ........,.. Addicott, Jack - 11B ......,,........, ........ Ahnefeldt, Nancy - 12B ......... ..................... Akerley, Larry - 11B ........, .....,.....,........,..... Albers, Shirley- 10B .......... .,,.......... 6 6, 86, Albright, Georgia - 11B .........,.,.. .............,,,............... Alexander, Barbara- 12B ....,... ............. 7 2, 76, Aley, Sandra - 10B ....,........,..,..... ................... 9 1, Aldred, jack - 10A .......,...,... .................... Alger, David - 10B ....,..... ............... Allen, john - 10B ........,..,........... ............ .91, Allison, Evelyn - 10B ........................ ,....,,...... 9 1, Ambrose, Charlotte - 10B .....,..,... .....,,,..... 6 6, Amburgey, Donald - 1 1A ..,..... ....,....,,.............. Anderson, Beth - 11B ..,.......,. ,......... 6 7, 76, Anderson Bruce - 10B ......... ......,,................. Anderson, Carolyn - 11B ........... ......... Anderson Dale - 10B ,...,..........,,... .,....... Anderson, Donna - 12A .,,.....,........., ,... Anderson, Donna M. - 12B .,...A,... ...........,........ Anderson, Gerald - 1 1B ,.,.,,..... ,..........,....... 7 2, Anderson, Iris- 12B ....,,.....,.., ............. 7 6, 81, Anderson, Irving - 11B ......... .......... 1 3, 66, Anderson, janet - 11B ................. .....................,... Anderson, Jerome - 10B ,.......... .................... Anderson, ,Linda - 10A ......... ......... Anderson, LuWana - 10B ....,.., . .,....,.. . Anderson, Marlene - 1 1B ........ ,.....,,..........,,. Anderson, Marvin - 12B .,.,.....,.. ...,,......., 9 6, Anderson, Mildred - 10B .....,.. .......,.................. Anderson, Pam - 10B ............... .......... 7 2, 74, Anderson, Patricia - 12B ......... .....,,........,...,.... 7 7, Anderson, Richard - 1 1A ......,..,. ,.............,..,,,,......,...,..,...... Anderson, Sue- 11B ....,,,......,.. 15, 16, 68, Andrews, Robert - 10B ............ ........,................,. Andrews, Susan - 1 1B ........ ......,.,............... 6 8, Appel, Dave - 11B ....,...........,.... ....,.,.,................ Archambault, Judie- 12B ....,,.. ......,..,... 6 7, 81, Archambault, Tom - 10B ........ .......... 1 06, Archer, Marvin - 1 1B ...,,,......... ..............., Archer, Merritt - 1 1A ......,., .........,. Ardis, Tom - 10B .................. ........... Arneberg, janet - 1 1A .,,.....,.. .,.......,. Arnson, Carol- 12A ........,... ,.,..,.......,.............. Arsnoe, Glenn - 11B ,.......... .....................,.........,.......... 1 02, Asbury, Carl- 10B ..,.,..,......,..,.........,,.........,....................................... Ashcraft, Sandra- 12B ........................ 67, 91, 106, 109, Ashcraft, Sheila - 10B ............. .................... 8 7, Ashley, Bernard - 10A ....,......,...,. ......................,..,.,.........,......... Ashley, Georgianna - 10B .,.......,,,. .....ii......................... Ashley, Sandy- 11B ..,.,.........,............. ....,,.,..,,.. 7 2, 77, Atkins, janita - 12B ................................. .............. 7 6, 81, Atkinson, Mamie Ann - 10B ............ .......,...........,...... Ayotte, jim - 10B .........,.....i................,. ................,.... Baesch, Pat- 10B ....................... .,....,,.. 7 6, 86, Bailey, Margaret - 12A ....,...... ...,...................... Baker, Barbara - 11B ,.....,... .............. 7 4 194 3 146 146 115 156 154 120 146 122 156 146 156 120 146 154 146 146 146 146 156 156 146 156 146 115 120 156 120 156 156 1 56 146 156 120 146 120 163 156 146 156 156 120 146 156 146 163 117 156 146 120 146 1 54 154 154 120 146 146 146 115 156 Wwlex Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, David - 10B ........,. Fred - 1 1B ............. , Richard - 10B ......... Rose - 10B ....................... Ruth Ann - 10B ........ Balaban, Mary Lou - 11B Balcom, Ann - 1 1B .................... Balcom, Don - 11A ............... Balcom, Nancy - 12B .............. Baldwin, Sandra - 11A ........... Ballas, Balzet, Hercules - 12B ........... Art- 10B ..................... Barber, Janet - 12B .............. Barber, Jeanne - 1 1B .............. Barbrick, August - 12A ........ Barclay, Connon - 10A ....... Barnes, Barnes, Barnes, Barnes, Charlene - 1 1A ........ Delores - 10B .....,... Milton - 11B ......... Nora - 10B .................... Barnett, Charles - 10B .....,........., Barnhard, Raymond - 10B Barnhardt, Ronnie - 10B .......... Barrett, Raymond - 10B ........ V 81, 86, Barringer, Alex - 1 1B .............. .. ..................................... .. Barry, Arlo - 11B .........,.......,........., .......R....................................... 83 Barton, Donna jean - 12B 67, sz, , Basham, jan - 12B ........,......,,........ . ...................................... Bassett, Robert- 1 1A .............. Bastian, Norma - 12B ........,.,.. Baun, Sandra - 10B ............... Bayak, Jerry - 10B .......,.. Bayak, Roger - 12B ....,... Bayne, Joan - 12B .........., Beadle, Sally - 12B ............. Beattie, Phyllis - 12A ......... Beattie, Ron - 10B .......,., Beatty, David - 12B .......... Beck, Henry - 11B ............... Becker, Marjore - 11B ,.......... Becker, Paul - 11B ............... Bectel, Jerry - 12B .........,..... Bectel, Richard - 11B ......... Beegle, Robert - 12B ......................,...... ..............68, 82, 85 68 3 3 9 91 7 Beegle, Barbara- 11B ........... ...... .67, 74, 89, 121 Beerman, Barbara - 10B ............. ....., Beesing, Jon - 11B .................... . Beghtal, Sandra - 10B .........., Belasco, Clara - 1 1B ............ Bell, Barbara - 11B ....,.......... Bell, Pat - 12B ................,..............,..,,......... Belmonte, Frances - 12B ......................, Belmonte, Rosemary - 10B Belton, Nancy - 10B ..........,.. Bench, john - 11B .............,..... Bench, Nola - 12A ..,................ , Benham, Barrick - 11B ........... ,..19, , 80, 81 78, 81 9 1 86, 91, 68, 81 7 9 Bennett, Jim - 11B .......,,..................................................................... Berdinski, Barbara - 11B ....................................................,.......... Berggren, jean - 12B ............. Berglund, Tom - 10B ........, Bergman, Bonnie - 11B ....................... Berman, Marshall- 10B ............. ...,. Bernardini, Angela - 12A 77, 87, ss, 91, 146 156 146 146 146 156 156 120 120 163 120 146 120 156 115 154 163 146 146 146 146 146 156 143 120 163 121 146 146 121 121 121 115 146 121 156 156 156 121 156 122 146 156 146 156 156 121 121 146 146 156 115 156 156 156 121 146 156 146 115 156 Bradfield, John - 11A ......,..,. Berryhill, Richard - 1 1B ......... Berson, Carol - 11B .............. Bigelow, Karen - 12B ........... Bishop, Jerry - 10B .......... Bisson, Jerry - 10B ..,..,,..... Bitson, Kay - 10B ,.........,.. Black, Barbara - 10B ........... Black, Colon - 12B ............ Blakely, Charles - 11B ......... Blamer, David - 12B .............. Bleich, Edward - 1 1A ,.......,.. Blevins, Rodger - 12A ,,...... ......... Blink, Robert - 11A ......... ......... Blohm, Patricia - 12B ..............,...... ........................,...................., Bloodgood, Mary - 11B .........,,...............,....................................... Bloomquist, Martha - 12B 14, 81, 84, 87, Bobick, Peggy - 1 1A ............,.......... .....,................................ 8 4, Bobbins, L. - 1 1A ......................,.. ......,..,.............................. Bode, Gerhard - 10B .,........................ ........,...........,......... Bodenhammer, Diane- 12B ............ 68, 81, Boertman, Belle- 10B .................. ............ 7 2, 76, Boes, Richard - 12A ................ ................. 8 8, Bogema, Judy - 10B ...,...,. .................... Bogert, Linda - 10B .,,.,...........,.. ......... Bogue, Darlene - 10B .,......,,..............,, ......... Bollenbacher, Gloria - 11B Bollenbacher, Judith - 10B Bolthouse, Jim - 11B ,,,.,,...,.,.... Bonjernoor, Marilyn - 11B Bont, Don - 11B ...............,.....,,,.... Bont, Sally -- 1 IB ................. Booker, Joyce - 12A .,.......,.... Booker, Sharon - 10B ...,,,... Borgson, Carl - 12A ........,.,. Borgman, James - 10B ........ Burns, Grant - 11B ............ Borns, Keith - 12B .................. Bostrom, Helen - 10A ,...., ., Bourdo, Donna - 12B ........... Bourdo, Sandra - 10A ........ Bowman, Beverly - 10A ......,... Bowman, Patricia - 12B .......,., Bowman, Ted -- 1 1B .,.......... Boyden, Judith - 10B ......,,. Boyink, James - 10B ........ Brace, David - 1 1B .........,. Brace, Jack - 10A ,,,.,............,....... Bradfield, Garry - 1 1B ,.,,.......,. Bradfield, Larry - 1 1B ......., Bramer, Ellen - 10B ....... Bramer, Pat - 11B ..,....,....... . Brammer, James - 1 1B ........ Branch, Joan - 12B ..................... Branch, Nancy - 12A .,,.......,.......... Brantman, Ronald - 10B ............ Braverman, Terry - 11B ...,..,., ., Breeden, Jim - 10B ................ Brehm, Donald - 10B ......,....,... Brentana, Donald - 12B ......... Brentana, Ronald - 12B ......... Brewer, William - 12B ......... Bristow, Pete - 1 1A .............. Britzman, Bert - 10B .....,..... Broge, Jerry - 1 1B ............ Bronkest, Kay - 10B ......... Brooks, David -- 10B ........ Brott, Marvin - 12A ........ 77, .........,....114, 69, sz, ........,..101, 104, .....QQff1fQ9Q,"'9li, s1, ..........14, 18, sz, 147, 156 156 121 146 146 146 146 121 156 121 163 115 163 121 156 121 90 163 146 123 146 123 146 146 146 156 146 156 156 156 115 146 115 146 156 123 154 154 156 123 156 146 146 156 154 156 156 146 156 156 123 115 146 156 146 146 123 123 123 163 146 156 183 147 115 Broumlo, - 11A ...............,,... ........ Brouwers, Mary - 11B .....,.. ......... Brower, Peggy - 10A ........... .......,.......................................... Brown, Albert - 12B ......,................................................................. Brown, Alberta - 12B ,.....,....,......... 69, 74, 75, 77, 87, 88, 89, 91, Brown, Bradley - 12B ........... .................................................. Brown, Carol - 12A ......... .............................. Brown, Donna - 10B .......,... ....................................... .............. Brown, Gwen - 10B ......... ............................................................. Brown, Jessie - 1 1B ........,..,...........................,.......................... 106, Brown, Mary - 12A ...................,.... 24, 69, 83, 85, 115, Brown, Raymond - 11B ...............,,................................................. Brown, Sandra - 10B ........... .....,.......................................... Brown, Sharon - 12B ............... ............ 7 6, 72, 84, Brownlow, Jerry - 10A .......... Brufladt, Einar - 11A ........... Bruinsma, George - 11B ....... Brumm, Gordon - 11B ............. Brusseau, Vernon - 1 1B ....,..... Bryant, Jim - 12B .................... Buckley, Judith - 10B ............... Buechele, Ronnie - 10B .......... Buikema, Roberta - 1 1B ....... Buit, Joyce - 10A .......................,.... Buit, Marilyn - 12A ........,..........,.... Buitend orp, Marva - 12B ......... Bunnell, Earl - 12A ........,.......... Burch, Marcia - 12B ............ Burgess, Jack - 11B ......,....... Burgess, Rodger - 1 1B ......,........... Burmeister, Harry - 10A ...,........ Burr, C arol- 11B .,....................... Bush, Donetta - 10B ..,............. Butterfi eld, Norene - 10A ......... Buys, George - 10B .............. Byrnes, Sandy - 1 1B ........ Calkins, Charles - 10B ......,. Calkins, Lenora - 1 1B ,,.........,.. Calloway, Howard - 11A ....,..,. Camp, Ernie - 12B ...................... Canning, Ruth - 12B ..........,,.... Carlisle, Bernard - 11B ,.,,...... Carlson, Carl - 11A .,.,,,......., Carlson, Charles - 11A .......... Carlson, Janet - 11B ...,........ Carlson, Janice - 10B ........... Carlson, Renee - 10A ........... Carlson, Susan - 11B ........... Carlyon, Elaine - 12B ......... Carnes, Dick - 10B ...,...,.,....... .. Carney, Kathleen - 12B .,........ Caroll, Robert - 11B ...........,., Carpenter, Don - 10B ........ Carr, Marva - 12A ............ Carty, Sue Ann - 11B ......... Carvey, Ken - 11B ................. Casadonte, Art - 12B ........... Caswell, Jim - 10B ............ Cattley, Joyce - 1 1B .........,...... Caukin, Marvin - 10B .........,...... Cederquist, Charles - 10B .......... 87, f1flffQQf155Q""i58Q ss, ss, ffffffffff9i,"'s5, .,...ffffffffi'68,'"'i'65'Q 106, 108, "U'fffffffffffsifssi Cescorens, J.- 11B ..............,....,.,,,.,..,,,,, Chamberlain, Donna - 10B ................. Chamberlain, Lorraine - 10A Chamberlain, Patricia - 12B .......,... Chambers, Barbara - 1 1B ...........,, ...........68, 82, 163 156 154 123 122 123 115 147 77 156 156 156 147 123 163 156 156 156 79 183 147 154 116 123 116 123 156 80 156 1 56 147 154 157 157 157 123 123 157 163 165 157 147 154 157 126 79 124 157 147 116 157 157 124 147 157 147 147 157 147 154 124 157 195 Chambers, Carole - 10B ........... ........,....... Chambers, Jerry - 10A ............ ............ - ,,..... Chambers, Ka - 12B ................... ........................ 8 1, Chambers, Rodney - 10A ........... .................................... Chapel, Jack - 12B ....,................. 72, 74, 88, Chapel, Joe - 10A ........................ .................................... Chapin, Barbara - 11A ............ ......................... Q ..... Chapman, Ron - 10B ............... ..................... Cheones, Connie - 11B ................ ............. 6 9, Chiopuris, Alexandra - 10A ................ Chidester, Beverly- 11B ..................... ..... ..... .......... Childs, Bette - 12B .............................................................................. Chiq, P. - 10A ......................,,.,................................................................ Chonis, Christine - 10B ...... 66, 69, 74, 82, 83, 86, Christensen, Amelia - 11B .....................,......................,...... 77, Christenson, JoAnn - 10B ........ .......................................... Christensen, Joyce - 10B .................. ......,...... 7 7, 79, 90, Christenson, Roland - 12A ......... .........,................... 8 8, Christian, Glenn - 10B ................ ......................., 7 2, Christiansen, Claude - 10B ................ Christiansen, Jack - 1 1B ....,............. ............. 8 0, Christiansen, JoAnn - 11B .........,.. ............. 6 8, Christiansen, Tom - 10B .........,, ,.............................. Church, Jim - 12B ............,,....... .................................... Church, Tom - 10B .......,,..... 72, so, 86, Cierlak, Marian - 12B .......... ..............,...........,,,....... Cioe, David - 10B ..,........... ,,,...,....,,,,,,,,., Cisler, Jean - 10B ........,.,,... ............. 7 6, Clapp, Henry - 12B .........,.... ....,..,..... 8 0, Clark, Darlene - 10B ..,..,.... ................ Clark, Howard - 10B .........., .......... 1 04, Clark, John - 10B ..........,.......,..... ..,..............,.,.,.... Clarke, Richard - 11A ....,............ ............,.................. Cleveringa, Juanita- 12B .,.,,... ,.........,., 7 2, 76, Cleveringa, Robert- 10B ...,,,..... ............. 6 6, 83, Cline, Ardella - 10B ........,......... .......................... Cline, Phyllis - 11B .,,,,,.......,.. .,........ ,......... Cloud, Gary - 12B .......... ..,.,..... Clug, Patty - 10A ..,,....,..... ..... Cluley, Mike - 10B .......... .......... Coates, Judy - 11B ...........,,... ................ Cochran, Beverly - 12B ..,..,. ..................... 7 7, Colbert, Ruthie - 1 1B ......,... ............,...,..............,.,,...... Cole, Lois - 10B .........,,,....,. 69, 87, 89, Cole, Lydia - 12B ....,............,. ...........,........................ Cole, Ted - 10B ........................... ....,...........,.............. Coleman, JoAnn - 11B ....,...,... .......... Collinge, Judy - 1 1B ........,. ................ Collins, Bill- LIB ..,...........,,....,. ............. 8 4, Colton, Patricia - 12B ....,...,..,....... ...,,........ 7 7, Colvard, Ruth Ann - 1 1B ........ .,,,.......,..., Colvin, Sandra - 1 1B .,...,,.,,,,,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 6, Comfort, Beverly - 1 1B ......... ..........,..... Compton, Gwenlyn - 11B .....,., ,.............. Conroy, Darlene - 10B ............ ...,...,......,...... Cook, Betty - 12A ................. ,.......,,... 7 7, Cook, Lorraine - 10B ......,.., ......,..,...,.. Cook, Marshall - 11B ,......... ....,,.... Cook, Phillip - 10B ...,....... ..................... Coon, Wayne - 1 1B .................. ....................,.......,. Cooper, Darlene - 11B ..,...... ............. 7 2, 74, Cooper, Lewis - 1 1A ........... .,..,,............ 7 2, Cooper, Marcus - 12B ...,.... ,,,..,,... 1 25, Cooper, Marilyn - 10B ...,,....... ,............... Cooper, Pattianne - 10B .......,,.. ..........,.....................,... Cooper, Richard - 10A ............ ,....,,...............,..........,....... Cooper, Richard - 10B ........ 72, 84, 90, Cooper, Ronald - 12B ...,,... .,,,..,.,.,...,..........,... 7 2, 196 147 154 124 124 154 163 147 157 157 124 154 147 157 147 187 116 147 147 157 157 147 124 147 124 147 86 124 147 147 147 124 147 147 157 124 157 124 147 124 147 157 157 157 124 157 157 157 157 147 116 147 157 147 157 157 74 172 147 147 154 147 125 Corbin, Jacquel n - 10B .......... Corgan, Donaldy- 12B ........... Corliss, Donald - 1 1B ........ Cota, Phillip - 11B .................... Cousineau, Vivian - 11A .......... Cowan, Amber - 10B ................ Cowden, Darhl - 10A ........... Cowles, Arlene - 12A ......... Cox, Dixie - 11B ................ Cox, Sally - 12B ........... Cox, Sandra - 11B ........... Craft, Doris - 10B ............... Craft, Ronald - 10B ................. Creamer, Richard - 12B ........ Critchett, Marlene - 10B .......... Crosby, Patricia - 11B ..... Cross, Cross, Cross, Bill- 12B ....,................ .............. so, 72, 77, 89, 98, Bill W. - 10A ......... ................................ Donald - 12A ......... ,.................................... Cross, Sandra - 12A ......... Crothers, Bill- 10A ...,........ Crowley, Anita - 10B ............,....... Crummel, Rolland - 10B .......... Crummel, Ronald - 10B ............. Cunningham, Lois - 10B .......... Curow, Althea - 12B .,.,.......... Curow, Janet - 10B ....,... Curtis, Patsy - 11A ............... Custer, Loraine - 10B ..,...... Cwynar, Bob - 1 1B .......... Dahlquist, Carol - 11B .......... Daigle, Jean - 10B ..........,.... Daigle, Joan - 12B .....,.............. D'Alcorn, David - 11B ........ Dalrymple, Ida - 10B ........ Daniels, Maxene - 10B ...,,,.. Danielson, James - 12B ........ Darwin, Janice - 11B ..................... Daugherty, Robert - 10B .......... Dault, Clifford - 12A ...,......... Dausman, Janice - 1 1B .,...... Davenport, Merrill- 10B David, David - 1 1B ................. David, Dennis - 10B ......... David, Dolores - 10A .............. David, Jeannene - 12A ...,....... Davis, Berthetta - 11B ........... Davis, Carlton - 10B ......... Davis, Carole - 1 1B .......... Davis Dick - 10B .......,.......... Davis: Douglas - 1 1B ,...... Davis, Terry - 12B ............... Dawson, Carolyn - 10B ......... Dean, Douglas - 11B ......... Degner, Dick - 10B ..,.............. DeHahn, Harold - 11A ........ DeHorn, Paul- 10B ............ DeJonge, Jeyne - 10B ......... 13, 68, si, 89, 72, DeMann, Sharon - 1 1B ........ ............................,.............. DeMarr, Dale - 12A ,,.................... ..........................................,..... Dempkey, Marian - 10B ....................,,....................................,....... Dempsey, Geraldine- 12A ............... 69, 81, 84, 114, DeMuro, Diane-10B ...................,. 66, 69, 72, 74, 83, Dennis, Pete - 10B ............................................,........ - .............,......... Dennison, Geraldine - 12B Dennison, LaVerna- 11A ,.,...... .............. 7 2, 77, 79, Dennison, Ronald - 10B .......... .,........ ........................... 147 125 157 163 147 154 77 125 157 147 147 125 147 157 125 102 14 116 154 147 147 147 147 125 147 163 147 157 157 147 125 157 147 147 125 157 147 116 157 147 157 147 86 116 157 147 157 147 157 125 147 157 147 147 147 157 80 147 1 16 147 148 125 163 148 Dephouse, Don - 1 1B ......... Derby, Ralph - 12B .................. Derouin, Jacqueline - 10A DeVette, Charles - 10B ......... DeVol, Diane - 10B ................. DeVries, Carolyn - 10B ......... DeVries, Donald - 11B ....,.... DeVries, Lois - 11A ............... DeVries, Mary - 12B ............ DeVries, Rita - 10B ...............,.. Dewald, Malcolm - 10A ........ Dewey, Carlyle - 10B ........ DeWitt, Richard - 12B ..... DeWolf, Carol- 11B .......... DeYoung, Elaine - 12A ......... DeYoung, Karen - 11A .... .QQ1f11f'.'.'.B'7I ......'.1f.Q58I .....,.......s1, .111QQQQQ'.'.'.'.E5I DeYoung, Larry - 10A ......... .......... DeYoung, Tom - 10B ............ .......... Dial, Wayne - 10B ................ .- ................ . ..... Dill, Almarie - 1 1B ......... ........................... 84 , Dillard, Bob - 12B ........... .., ........... 66, 122, Dionise, Jean - 10B ............. ............. 8 6, 91, Dixon, Wayne- 12B .......... ....,........ 8 0, 86, Dobb, Carol- 12A ....,...... .......................... Dobb, Joan - 12A ........ ........... - ....... Dobb, Larry - 11B ................ .......... Doctor, Janice - 11B ............... ............... Domont, Arlene - 1 1A ............ ................,... Domont, Nancy - 10B ........ ............. 7 6, Domont, Norene - 11A ......... ..................... Doom, Sylvia - 11B .............. .....,,........... 9 1, Doubles, Allen - 11B .......... ............. 9 6, 99, Douglas, Jane - 10B ...........,. .......................... Dowel, Percy - 10B ................... ..................... 1 01, Draper, Richard - 11B ........ Drennan, Carol - 12B ...,.... .......,..... 7 6, 82, 83, Driscoll, David - 10A ............... ............................... Driscoll, Edward - 10B ...,..... .......... Drozd, Ted - 12B .,.........................., .......... Drushall, Kathleen - 10A ........ .......... Dryer, Rosalie - 1 1B ...........,...... ............... Duff, Bob - 10B ...,,...........,... ,.,.......... 9 6, Duncan, James - 11A .....,..., ............... Dunning, Dick - 10A .,........ ........,............ Dutmer, Barb - 10B ........... ............. 7 7, Dutmer, Ron - 11B ........... ............... Duram, James - 10B ........... ............. 7 2, Duram, Janice - 1 IB ........... ............. 8 6, Dykema, Alice - 1 1A .......... .................... Dykstra, Mary- 12B ..,........ Edlund, John - 11A ....,... Egner, David - 12A ......... ......,...... 9 1, Egner, Janet- 11A ........... ............... Eller, Jean - 10B ...................,.. .......... Elliott, Harold - 10B ........,. .......... Elliott, Timon - 10B ............. ............... Ellis, Bill- 10B .........,............. ............. 8 9, Elzinga, Marilyn - 12A ...............,.................,.......................... 81, Emmons, Elmer - 12B ......,..,..................,,....................................... Engle, Lila - 12B .......,.,........... 67, 72, 76, 87, ss, 91, Engler, Bob - 11B .............................,............................,...................... Engler, David - 10A ..............................................,......................,.. Engstrom, Sharon - 11A ......,,.... ............... 7 2, 106, Entsinger, Bill- 10B ............ ......................... Enquist, Evelyn - 11B .......,....... .......... Erickson, Forrest - 10B .... Erickson, Jackelynn - 1 1B 157 154 148 148 148 163 125 148 153 148 125 118 163 163 157 148 157 125 148 125 116 116 157 157 163 148 163 157 157 148 148 157 126 163 148 126 87 148 163 154 148 157 148 157 163 126 163 116 163 148 148 148 104 116 126 126 86 154 163 148 157 148 157 Escareno, Joe - 11B .................. Esh, Beverly - 10B ........................... Espanola, Barbara - 10B Estepp, Marlene - 11B ............ Evans, James - 12B ........... Evans, Judie - 10B .................. Evans, Kenneth - 11A .......... Ewalt, Ron - 12B .............. Eyke, William - 10B .......... Faino, Joe - 10B' .................... F airbairn, Joyce - 1 1B ........ Fairfield, Cora - 11B Fairfield, Jack - 11B Fairfield, Jerry - 11B Fairfield, Roy - 10B ............. Fairfield, Sally - 12B Falbe, Nancy - 10A ........ Farkas, Roger - 10B Farmer, Loretta - 10B .......... ..........106, Farr, James - 12B ....,.............. ..- ........................................ . Farr, Lois - 11B ........................... .................................................... Farquhar, Norma - 12B ........ ........... 8 2, 83, 87, 88, 108, 122, Fay, Sally - 12B ................. ......................................... Feasel, Robert - 1 1B ....,..... Feenstra, Roger - 11B ........... Feil, Marilyn - 11B ...,..................... ............. 84 , Felcoskie, Larraine - 12B ........... ................ Feldt, Earl - 10B ........................... .......... Feltman, Maralee - 12B ......... ............................... Fergerson, G. - 10B ............. ....,....................................... Ferrell, Patricia - 11B ........ ............. 8 3, 84, 84, Ferris, Marilyn - 10B ..........,.........,..................... 16, 69, 86, Ferry, Bill - 10B ............................................................................,....... Fett, Shirley - 12B ..................... 81, 87, 106, 108, 109, Field, Carol - 11B .......... .....................,..................,.,........................ Field, Eddie - 10B ........... ..................... Field, Lorna - 10B .........,.. ............. 8 4, Fielstra, Bill - 12B .,.......... ............. 8 7, Filius, Roger - 1 1A ...,........,. ............. 8 9, Filius, Roland - 11B ................ ............. 8 9, Finkhouse, Monty - 1 1A .........,... ...........,............,,... 8 9, Finkler, Mary Lou - 12B .......,. ..........,.............................. Fisher, Matie - 12B ....,......... ............. 7 7, 88, 91, Fisher, Jerry - 10B ........... .................................... Fischer, Larry - 10B ........ ............................... Fisk, Allan - 10A ................... . ...,..................... . Fitch, Bill- 12B .......,................,,. ............, 7 2, 74, Fitzgerald, Bryan - 10B ......... Flannery, Ansel- 10A ................. Flannery, Harriett - 1 1A Flannery, James - 11B ............ Flickema, Mary - 10B ......... Flickema, Tom - 11A ......... 74, s7, Flowers, Bob - 12B ................ Flowers, Bob - 12B ...................., Fongers, Constance - 12B Forman, Joyce - 10B .................. Fortney, Steve - 12B ...,......... Fox, Bill- 11A ....................,.. 9 Fox, Wilma - 12B ...........,................., Frampton, Patricia - 12B Frasier, Karen - 12B ....,,.........,. Fredricks, Ben - 11B .........,. Fredricks, Gar - 12A ........ French, James - 1 1B ........ ..........ffffff58Q""5SI ............1o6, los, 157 148 148 157 126 148 163 126 148 148 157 157 157 157 126 126 154 148 126 157 106, 126 126 158 158 126 148 158 148 148 1 26 148 126 163 158 163 127 127 148 148 154 127 148 154 163 158 148 158 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 158 158 I9 7 Freres, Ronald - 10B ...,.,..... Frishette, Doug - 11B ........... Fromp, N. - 10A .........,........,..., Fuhrman, Carol- 11B ......... Fuller, Terry - 12A ............ Fuller, Paul- 10B .............,.... Fultz, John - 12B .......................,. Furbush, Danny - 12B ......,........... Furgerson, Gerald - 10B Fyrrell, J. - 10B .............,.......,.,.... Gable, Marilyn - 12B ........... Gage, Donna - 1 1B .....,... Gagmon, Bill - 11B ......... Gallagher, jim - 11B ........... Gan wer, Carol - 11B ............... Gargenoor, Doris - 11B ....,..... Gardner, Greta - 12B .......,... Gardenour, Lee - 10B .....,..... Garvin, Gerri - 10B ......... Gates, Robert- 12B .......,.. .....,...... 8 6, 87, Gates, Yvonne - 10B ........... ........................ Gatfield, Gloria - 10B ...,.... .................,. Gauld, Kenneth - 11B .,...... .............. Gay, Pennie - 10B .........,.,.. ..........., 6 8, Gee, Daughn - 10B .....,...... ...............,... Gee, Orville - 10B .......,.... ..,.............,.....,...... Gelinas, Bob - 12B ....,....... ........,... 6 6, 67, Genter, Marie - 10B ............, ...,............. 7 4, Genter, Roland - 12B ........... ............ 7 2, 90, George, Patricia - 1 1A ..,..... ......................... Gereau, Dolores - 12B .....,...... ................,.......... 7 7, Gereau, Gail - 11B .........,....... .............. 7 7, 106, Getts, Gladys -- 1 1B ...,.,....,, .............................. Getz, Bernard - 12B ..,..,........ ,.....,.................. Gifford, Clarence - 10A .......... Gifford, Richard - 11A .......... Gill, Marie - 10B ................ .....,...... 8 6, Gillard, Bob - 12B ..,..,......, ............,..., 9 5, Gillard, jim - 10B ...........,....... ....,,................,, 1 04, Gillard, Thomas - 10B ........ .....,,..........,..........,........... Glafcke, Frank - 10A ,......... .,..........., 9 6, 98, 102, Gleason, jerry - 12B .......,...... ..............,......,,.,.......,,. Gokey, George - 11A ,..,,...... .......,,........,............ Golden, Gloria- 12B ................ ............ 6 9, 82, Gonzalez, Gloria - 12B ,,.,,..... ............,............ Goodenrath, Betty - 10B ....,,,,......... 68, Goodling, judy Ann- 11B ............ ........,... 8 4, 89, Goodman, jim - 10B ..........,..... .......,.........,, Goosen, Sharon - 10B ................ ....,..,...... Goranson, Nancy - 10B ..,,.,.... .,...........,,,...........,,. Gordon, Betty - 12B ....,....... ........................... 7 7, Gorlesky, Lois - 12B .....,....... ........,,,, 8 1, 68, 82, Grou hler, Bill- 10B ........ .......,,.,.,.,.........,..... Gould, Jackie - 10A ,....,...,.,. ..,........, 9 0, Gould, K. -- 11B ................,........... ...,,,.,.,.... Grammar, Verma - 10A .,,.,......... Grant, Bill- 11B ...,................, .,,,........ 4 9, Gray, Anita - 10B ...,,,......,,, ..,,,..,...... Gray, Leslie - 10B ..,.....,.., ,...,,......., Green, Carol- 10B ...,........ ,.,.......,,,...,.. Green, Keith - 11B ......,,..,. ............,............ Green, Patsy - 12A ,......... .............. 1 17, Green, Ronald - 10B ...,....... Greene, Arlene - 12B ....,.... 4 Greene, Rex - 10B ,,.,,...,..,....,........., Greenberg, Phyllis - 10B Greeno, Gerald - 12B .,,......,... 198 ff1ffff9'i',""i2i, 148 158 154 158 116 148 127 148 158 158 158 158 127 148 148 127 148 148 148 148 148 129 148 128 163 128 158 158 128 154 163 148 128 148 148 154 128 128 128 148 158 148 148 148 128 128 148 154 158 154 158 148 148 148 158 119 148 170 148 128 Greer, Pat - 11A ................ Grevel, Jack - 10B .............,., Grimm, Gloria - 10B .......... Grim, Kaye - 11B .,.......,.... Grim, Nancy - 12B ........... Grimm, Dale - 10B ............... Grimm, Shirley - 12B ........... Grinwis, Karen - 10A ................ Griswold, Diane - 10B ........... Gritzmaker, Jerry - 12B ....,..... Groeneveld, Bill- 11B ........... Gronberg, - 12B ............ Groothuis, Don - 12B ............. Grosswider, jack - 10B ............... Gundersen, Carole - 10B .........,.. Gunst, Wesley - 10A ................ Gustafson, Janice - 11B ...,...... ......66, 81, 68, f.'fffffffffff5'5, ....f.'.'.'.'fff9'5Q ............s8, Q1fff1fQkili,"'5i', Gustafson, Paul- 1 1B ................ Gustafson, Philip - 12B .......,.. ........ . ,. Guy, Phil - 12B ....,,....,........,...... .......,..... Haan, Alice - 11B ..,...,.......... Hackathorn, R. - 10B ........... Hadson, K. - 10B ............... Haga, Anne - 10A .......,... Hagen, Jim - 10B .....,......... Haken, Arlene - 12A ........... Hale, Dorothy - 1 1B ..,,....... Haley, Nancy - 1 1B ................... Halhoachs, Larry - 11B .......... Hall, Carlie - 12A ..,...........,..... Hall, Donald - 10B ......., Hall, Stuart - 12B ........,,.......... Hamel, Shirley - 1 1A ....,....,.. Hamel, Thomas - 1 1B ........ Hamil, Carol - 10B ........... Hamil, John - 12B ,............... Hamm, Patricia - 1 1B .................. Hammond, Duane - 10A ............ Hamstra, Shirley - 10B ........,,.,. Handy, Larry - 11B .......,...... Hank, Leonard ....,...... Hansen, Daniel - 11B ......... Hansen, Dick - 10A .........,... Hansen, George - 12A .....,.. Hansen, Janet - 10A ....,........ Hanson, Grace - 11B .......... Hardin, Melba - 11A ...,,,.......... Harrington, Nancy - 12A Harris, Gordon - 10B .........,...... Harris, Norma - 10B .......... Harris, Susanne -- 12B ......... ...,. ..... 9, 82, 83, 87, f.'f.'ffff.'.ifff6s'Q ............69, 89, .. ............ 129, QfQf1fQ1QQ55Q"'5'i'Q ............106, 108, Harju, Lawrence - 10A .,........ ............................,.........,............ Harp, Larry - 12B ..,..,......,,.... . .,........ . Hart, Carol - 11B .,....,........,... .,.......,. Hartley, Russell- 10B ..,,.......,. ..... Hartman, Marilyn - 11B ....,... Hartwell, Nancy - 11B ........... Harvey, Norman - 10B ...,...,.. Hasseldahl, Alyce - 11B ...,.,.,.. Hathaway, Robert - 1 1A ...,..., Haughey, Lois - 12B .....,....,. Hawk, Leonard - 12B .,,.....,. Hazard, Michael- 11B .......,...., Hazekamp, Elaine - 12B .,...... Hazekamp, Lois - 10B ...,....... Hearl, Donna - 11B .........,.,... Hearl, Sharon - 10B ........ 96, 98, 100, 122, .........,.,...106, ....Qfff55Q'i'5i'Q ..,,.ffffffff8iQ 163 148 148 158 148 128 154 148 158 128 148 149 154 158 158 128 158 149 149 154 149 1 17 160 117 149 128 163 158 149 129 158 154 149 80 129 158 158 117 154 158 163 117 149 149 129 158 128 158 158 158 149 158 163 129 72 1-58 129 149 158 149 Hebestreit, Rodger - 10B .... Heeres, Dale - 1 1B .................... Heethuis, Carol- 11A ............. Hegbloom, Dean - 1 1B ..,,.......... Heidemann, Yvonne - 12B Heisser, Dick - 1 1B .,,..,................. Hele, D. - 11B .............................. Heller, Nina Lou - 11B ............ Helstrom, John - 10B ............ Henry, Helen - 12B ............ Hentschel, Bill- 10B ......... Hepler, Fred - 12B .................. Herald, Darlene - 11B ......... Herbert, Robert - 12B ..,...... Herin, Jacqueline - 10B ....., Herlein, Louie - 12B ............... Herman, Dorris - 1 1A ......... Herman, Paul- 12B ...,....,...... Herman, Wilma - 1 1B ......... Hermanson, Marilyn - 10B Herrick, Carolyn - 1 1B ...... Herrington, Sheri- 11B ..,... Hershey, Millie - 10B ......... Hesse, Jack - 12B ............. Hicks, Charles - 1 1A ,........ Hicks, Mary - 10B ,..........,..,,.. Hieftje, Loretta - 12B ..........., Hildreth, Marjorie - 12A ......... ...... Hill, Judy - 11B ........,......,.........,.. . Hill, Laura - 1 1B .......,,,,, Hill, Patricia - 12B ....... Hill, Pauline - 12B ............... Hiller, Wendy - 11B .... IffIIffIQE5Q"'SEQ ................129, .ffQQQf159fA'i'66Q 17, 96, 97, 122, "H"fffffff69Q""i66,"'i'6s, 66, sz, Hilt, Charles - 11B .............. .................,........... 7 2, Hilt, Susan - 10B .........,............ ............................. 6 6, Hinkley, Eleanor - 11B ..,.........,, 69, 72, 91, Hively, Sam - 10B ..,.............., ,.............,......,.................... Hixon, Mildred - 10A ..........................,..........,,.......... Hodge, Janet - 11B ........,...... 24, 69, 82, 106, Hodges, Alfred - 10B ............., ..........,.....,.............,,............... Hodges, Barbara - 10B ........................ 79, 90, Hodges, Sharon - 12A .......................... Hodges, Thomas - 1 1B ...... Hodson, Kay - 10B ...........,... ........... Hoeker, Carole - 10B .............. ........... Hoffman, Anita - 10B .....,,.. ........,,...................... Hoffman, Duane - 10B ....., ..................................... Holcomb, Joyce - 1 1B .........,... Holland, Bertha - 1 1B ......... Holland, David - 10A ......... Hollwacks, Larry - 11B ...... Holly, Lyle - 12B .......,....,.,..... Holly, Walter - 10B ..,......... Holm, Louis - 10B .,..,.......... Holman, Janet - 12B ............... Holmgren, Peg - 12B ............,,.,,. Holmstrom, Lynn - 10A .....,...... Holstine, Carol - 11B ,....,......... Holstine, James - 10B ............... Homfeld, Beverly - 10A .....,.,... Homfeld, Bob - 1 1B .........,,,...... Hommes, Carol - 11A ........ Hooner, R. - 1 1B ................ Hoos, Lou - 10B ........,,..... Hoover, Carol- 12A .......... Hoover, Richard - 11B ...,,,... ...... Hopkins, Lester - 12A ...,........ .,,........ Horsley, Barbara - 12B .......,..,. .....,..... s4, 109, sz, 89, ..67, 74, 84, 87, 1 149 158 163 158 129 158 158 158 149 129 149 129 158 129 165 158 149 158 158 129 154 129 117 158 158 129 129 158 159 159 158 149 154 158 149 158 117 76 149 149 158 158 154 158 130 149 130 130 154 158 149 154 158 163 158 149 117 117 130 Houghtaling, Loran - 11B ............. House, Gary- 10B .......................... Houseman, Joan 12B .................. Hovey, Leon - 11B .........,..... Howard, Carolyn - 1 1B ........, Howard, Bob - 11B ................... Howard, June - 10A ..................... Howard, Marilyn - 10A ............ Howard, Richard - 12A ......... Howell, John - 10B ............ Howey, Norman - 10B ........... Hudson, Bill- 10B .................... Huddlestun, Gary - 11B .....,... Huffman, Diane - 12B ............ Huggard, Karlene - 1 1B ............ Hughes, Joan - 12B .................... Hughes, Mardell - 1 1B .....,.. Hughes, Nancy - 12A .............. Hughes, Wanda - 10B ........... Huizenga, Floyd - 11B ........... Humphreys, Sandra - 10B ........ ..1iQIQff55Q"'96Q ,....ffff.'.'.'ffs'iiQ Hunt, Irwin - 11A .................,.. ..................,............. Hunter, John- 12B .,............,..,..... ........... 9 6, 130, Huttenga, Gordon- 12B ........... .............. 9 6, 98, Inderbitzin, Larry- 10B ..,..... Irwin, Charles - 10B ............ Irwin, Jack - 10B .,.............. Israel, Earl - 11B ...................., Israel, Richard - 1 1A .....,... Iversen, Art - 1 1B ........ ,.... Iversen, Janet - 11B ......... Jackomino, Pat - 1 1B ........, Jacobs, Ron - 1 1A .......... Jackson, James - 10B ......... James, Carole - 12B ...,........ Jarles, Clarence - 10A ...... Jedrezak, Sally - 12A ...,..... Jensen, Jensen Jensen Jensen Jensen Jensen Arlene - 1 1B ........... Frank - 10B ....,....... Joanne - 10B ..,...... Marva - 1 1B .,..,,.......... .,...,,.,,,... ......'f.'.f.'.'ff9i'Q 82, 86, 90, 72, 74, 77, Maynard - 11B ........... ......,.,.,,.......,.....,..,....,... Norann - 12B ...,.... Jessup, Judy - 10B ............... Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson Johnsoni Johnson, Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson 9 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, 9 7 ! 9 1 3 1 Arlene - 12B .....,......,.,.. Barbara A. - 12A ........ Betty - 12A ,................... Bob - 12A ................. Carol - 1 1B ....,......... Darlene - 11A .,...,...... David - 11B ............. David - 1 1A ............... Guerdon - 1 1B ........... Kent - 10A .,.....,..........,. Kent D. - 12A Leonard - 11B .. Lula - 10B ........,..,.,..,,..... Marjean - 12A ,. Naomi- 11B ....,....,.. Orville - 10B .........,.. Patricia - 10B .........,.... Robert Lee - 12B ...,...... Robert R. - 11B Rodger - 1 IB ,..,.. Ronald - 12B ..... Sandra - 1 1B ............ ...........102, ffQf1fffi"i5 . ,,.,..... . ,................... 1 30, 96, Johnson, Sandra K. - 10B Johnson, Velma - 10B ........,... Johnson Wayne - 10B ............ Johnson William - 10B .....,... Johnston, Donna - 1 1B ......... Jones, Clemone - 12B .......... Jones, Marilyn - 10B .......... Jones, Peter - 11B .....,....... Joneson, Jone - 12B ........ Jordan, Ernest - 10B ,....,....... Josephson, Luann- 11B .. Juergens, Mariann - 1 1A Kalk, Karen - 1 1B .,...,.,.....,., Kalman, Fred - 10A .........,... Kalward, Zaina Rae - 11A ,..... Kaminski, Louise - 10B ...,.,.... Kaminski, Philip - 11B ..., Kamp, Marvin - 10B ............ Karel, Henry - 12B ........... Karis, Paul- 11B .....,........ Karkanen, Dick - 10B ....... Karmte, - 10A ........,.........,... Kurnitz, James - 10A ...,,,.... Katt, Douglas - 10B ........ 72, 74, so, Katz, Judie - 10B .............. ........................................, Keefer, Richard - 1 1B ........ .................,....................,............ Keillor, Sue - 10B .........,..,...... 66, 68, 87, 89, Keillor, Virginia - 12A ....,..... ........................................,..... Kelly, Bill- 12B ..,..................., ...................... 9 6, 98, Kemp, Bruce - 10A .......,...,... ............... 1 01, Kem ker, Harold - 11B .... Kendall, David - 1 1A ....,.... Kendall, Gloria - 11A .,...,., ............ 7 7, 87, Kendall, - 10B ..................... ............................ 7 7, Kennedy, David - 11B ....,...... ...,........ 1 4, 96, 98, Kennedy, ifempie - 1 1B .... Kerr, Daniel - 10B .....................,. .......,.., D ,..101, Kersting, Robert - 1 1B .,,.,...... .,.......... 9 6, Keur, Kenneth - 10A ..,.,..... .......,....... Keur, Ron - 11A ....,............ ...,..,........ Kibbey, Judy - 10B .,..,,....... ...............,...........,..,....... 8 7, Kieft, David - 10B ......,.... ............,,,.........................,,......,.. Kiel, Marilyn - 12B ........,..,, 67, 72, 88, 106, Kienke, Janice - 10A .......,......... .,.........................,................ 6 6, Kienke, Marlene - 12B ............. ............................ 8 1, 82, Kiester, Gloria - 1 1B ' .......... ,...............,.,..... . Kilcrease, Ray - 10A ......,, ...,,...........,... King, Gordon - 11B ........ ......... King, Leon - 12A .............. ......... King, Ronald - 10B ......,. .....,.... Kinney, Jack - 10B ......,,.., ......... Kinsley, Frank - 1 1B .......... .,..,,,.i,....,. Kirkpatrick, Bob - 1 1B .....,........,. ..........., 8 6, Kirkpatrick, James - 10B . .......,.,.............. . Kissling, Margie - 10B ........... ,.........,.,.......,.. 8 6, Klang, Sally- 12A ................ ...,........ 1 4, 68, Kleeves, Joseph - 10B ,,..,..... ......................... Klevering, Dorothy - 10B .......,............ Kleyn, Lois - 12B ........,,,,...... .,.,......... 7 2, Klino, Daren - 10B .,.,..,. ....,,..,...... Klinger, Ruth - 12B ............. ..,....... Klinkers, Gary - 10B ..,,.,.... .......... Knevitt, Sharlynn - 12A ........, .......... Knoll, Arlene - 11A .,...... . ......... . Knox, Janet - 11B .............. .....,,,,,.,......,.,.......... Knox, Shirley - 10B ............. .......,............................ Kochin, Nancy - 11A ...,.,.... .............., 8 0, 106, 200 149 149 149 149 149 151 149 159 151 159 159 159 154 163 149 149 151 159 149 154 101 149 149 159 149 117 151 155 163 165 149 159 159 149 159 155 163 149 149 151 155 151 159 159 118 149 159 159 149 149 118 149 149 151 149 151 149 118 163 159 150 163 Koehl, Penny - 1 1B .,,.................. . ......... . Kolkema, Richard - 12A ........... ................ Kortman, Marion - 12B ..,...... .......,............. Koski, Elsa - 12B ................. Kota, Alex - 12A ...........,................................ .................................... Kowalski, Chuck - 10B ..,................,...,..... .......................,.........,. Kowalski, JoAnn - 12B ...... 66, 67, 69, 76, 81, 84, Kraft, Carol- 11B ...................................,............................................. Kramer, Donna - 10B .............. Kramer, John - 10B .,.,.......,...... Kramer, Marianne - 12B .,,....... ............. 8 8, Kriss, Maxine - 11B ....,......,. Kroeze, Cheryl - 1 1A .......... Kroll, Pat - 12B ................. Kronlein, Bill- 1 1B .....,., .......................................,...,.................. Krueger, Jack-12B ..............,......... 66, 80, 96, 97, 102, Krueger, Noel - 10B ..........,....,.............,........,................,................... Krumwiede, Edward - 10B Kubicek, Carol - 11B ...................,. ............... Kuck, David - 12A ...........,........ Kuerze, John - 10B ........... Kuhn, Janet- 12B ........,............ ..... fffi68,""i'6'9'Q Kuhn, Patricia - 11B ..,...........,..... ....,.......... 7 2, 106, Kurtz, Drummond - 11B ........... ......,........................ Kurtz, Janice - 12B ..,.,..............., Kuzyk, Jim - 11B .....,...,,........ Kushner, Irene - 1 1B .......... Lackey, June - 12B ................ Lackey, Shirley - 1 1B ........., LaFayette, Ruth - 1 1B ....... 81, 99, Lahnala, Tom - 11B ............. Laird, Beverly - 10B ........................ Lakanen, Catherine - 11B Lakatos, Erma - 10B .................. Lambert, Sharon - 11B ............ Lambkin, Gayle- 12B ....... ,........... 1 06, 108, Land, Phil - 11B ..........,......,...,.... ....................... 9 6, Landis, Marlene - 10B ,........,.. ............. 7 6, 77, Laney, Virginia - 1 1B ...,...... .......................... Lang, John - 10A ....,......... ......,.....,....... Lange, Rolland - 12B .......... .......... Langler, Norma - 11B ............ .................... LaNouette, Marva - 12B ............, ....,.........,.,...... 6 9, Lanz, Barbara - 11B ................., ............. 1 3, 69, LaPoinre, Burnell - 12B .....,... .....,.................... Larabee, Shirley - 12A ..........,, .................... Larson, Charles - 1 1B .......... .......... Larson, Jack - 12A ..,....,............. .,............. LaRue, Mary Lou - 11A ......... .....,.............. Lasswell, Donna - 1 1B ...,....... ...,...,..... 7 9, Latsch, Barbara - 1 1B .......... ............... Latch, Billy - 10B ................,.. ......,... Laubuek, Shirley - 11B ............ .......... Lauburg, - 11B ............,.....,,.,....... .....,..........,.... LaValley, Marilyn - 10B ............, .,........... 7 7, LaVere, Julie - 12B ..................... .,............. Lawrence, Arlene - 10B ....,..,...... ............... Lawrence, Carol - 1 1B ...................,. .........,... 7 7, Lawrence, Mary Alice- 10B .......... .......... Leaf, Ruth - 11B ............,.................,....,.. .......... Ledesma, Edward - 10B .............. ........., Lagault, Joseph - 1 1A .....,..., Lehman, Janet- 12B .......... .......... Lehman, Karen - 10B ..,............ .,.,...... Lehman, Rosemary - 10B .........,. ......,.............. Leitgeb, S. - 10B .............,........,... ............. 77 , Lekman, R. - 10B ................... ................ 159 118 151 151 150 151 159 150 151 159 163 151 159 151 150 159 118 150 151 159 152 100 159 152 159 159 159 159 150 159 152 159 150 159 155 159 152 159 152 118 159 118 163 159 159 150 159 159 150 152 150 159 150 150 163 152 150 84 150 150 LeMieux, Carol - 1 1B ....... Lemke, David - 10B ...............,. Leroux, Winona - 1 1B ........... LeTarte, Clyde - 11B ......... Lewis, Carolyn - 10B ............ Lewis, Dorothy - 1 1B ,....,... Lewis, Tom - 12B ..,....,..... Lifer, John - 10B ......... Link, Ray - 12A ....................., Link, Tom - 12B ...................,...... Lineberger, Christel - 10B ..,.... Lindstrom, Bob - 10B ........... Lindstrom, Carl- 12B .........,. Linstrom, Ron - 12B ....,........., Linstrom, Russell- 11A . .,,., .. Lirones, Annete - 10B ....... Lofton, Rebecca - 10B ........... Logg, Donna - 11B .................... Lohman, Dennis - 10B ....,....... Long, Lee - 11B ...,.....o...........i... Long, Paul- 12B .......,....... Long, Venita - 10B .............. Loomis, Bonnie - 10A .,,,.,....,. Lorenz, Roy - 12A ....,........... Losee, Ted - 10B ............,..,. 132, 76, 106, ........,....80, QQfffffff75,""7'7, 67, iso, Loseth, Dick - 10B ..................... ......,,,,,,...A.,.................................. Loughery, Lois - 10B ..................,,.. Loughery, Mary Ann - 12B ..... ,... ..... .... 3 9 7 3 9 Loumer, George - 1 1B .........,...................,,..,......,.,,.,,.,...,.,.,,,,,,,,.,,,, Lowing, Jim - 11A ....,................ ............,.........,..............,.,............ Lowr Richard - 11A y, ............ Loyselle, Harold - 10B .,....... Lucas, Daryl - 10B ....,.,,.,...... Ludlow, Patricia - 11B .....,...... Luipakka, Kon - 10B ............... Lundholm, Linda - 11B ......... Lundwall, Phillip - 10A ,,...... Lusk, Jeanette - 12B ............. 86 Luther, Rosemary- 11B .......,.,,.......... 69, 74, 106, 108 7 9 Lynch, William - 11B ........,................,.............,...........,.,.................. Maastricht, William - 12B Mackonzie, Delores - 10B ........ MacNab, Bobbie Sue - 10B Maddix, Bill- 12B ........,.,.......... Madole, Pat- 12A ,,.,,,......,........ Mahn, Betty Lou - 11B .,....... Mahn, Larry - 10B .....,....,,.... Mahn, Phyllis - 11B .........,,,...... Maitland, Eleanore- 10B Malette, Autumn - 11B ......... 9 Mallinen, Edward - 10B .......,...... .......................,.....,. Manfredine, Linda - 10B ................ .................................... Manrriquez, Inedina- 10B .......... .,....,........ 7 7, 106, Marceau, Janice - 12B ..............,. .....,,,....,.,,,...,., 7 4, Maring, Joan - 1 1B ...........,..,..,.. .............. 8 7, Mark, David - 12B ................,... ...........,... Markham, Charlene - 10B .. ,,.,,,,, ,, Markham, Rose - 12B ...........,.. Markowski, Jeanette - 10B .. Mars, Jim - 10B ..........,..,............... Marshall, Joyce- 11A Martin, Bruce - 12B .......,..,,, Martin, Carol- 11A ................. Martin, Dorothy - 1 1 B ..,......., Martinez, Helen - 10B .........., Martinez, Ray - 12B ......,..,,.. Martinez, Tony - 12B .......... 163 150 159 159 150 159 132 150 150 150 132 132 150 159 89 159 132 150 155 118 150 150 150 132 163 163 150 104 159 159 155 132 159 159 132 150 133 169 150 159 150 150 150 150 133 160 72 133 150 164 133 164 150 133 133 Martz, Roger - 12B ........... Mason, Bill - 12A i........................ Matteson, Marcia - 12B .... Matthews, Clark - 1 1B ................ Donald - 12B . Matthews, Matthews, Nancy - 1 1B .... Matthews, Pat - 12B ............. Mattison, Tom - 1 1B .......... Mavis, Rita - 10A .............. 99, 85, May, C. - 10B ...............,...,.......... Mazade, Eyvonne - 1 1B .... Mazade, Louise - 12B .......... McCall, Nancy - 12B ...,.,........... McCallum, Harry - 12B .... McCallum, Mary - 11B ,,... McCann, Karen - 11B .......... McClain, LeRoy - 1 1B ,...... McClure, Jenny - 11B ....... McCormick, Janice - 10B . McCrea, Eilean - 11B ................... McDonald, Shirley - 11B . McGahan, Dorothy - 11B McGahan, Lucille - 10B .... McGrain, Patricia - 11B ,. McGregor, Peg - 12B ........ McLaren, Patsy - 10B ,..,,..... 91, 74, f.'.'.'.f.'.'.QQQ58Q 81, 84, McMann, James - 10B ,.........., .....,......,,..,.,..,....,,,,, McManus, John - 10A ............ .....,..,,.....................,.................... McMichael, Donna - 12B ......................,............,........................ McMillan, Jo Ann- 12B .,............. 14, 67, 76, 81, 84, McNeal, Barbara - 10A 87, McPherson, Elsie - 11B ..,. McSorley, Sandra - 1 1B ., McWain, Fred - 10B .....,..... Mead, Dorothy- 10B .......... Mead, Janet - 11B ........... Mead, Patsy - 10B ................... Medlin, Charles - 12B ............ Medlin, Joan - 10A ......,..,,.. Meister, Gayle - 10B ...,...... Mell, Arlene - 10B .......,,,....., Mell, Richard - 11B ..............,,.... Mendham, JoAnn - 12B .. Menzies, Karen - 10B .......... Mercer, Donald - 10B ....... Mertz, Bill - 11A .........,.,....... Metheny, James - 11A ......, Meyers, Andrew - 12A ....... Meyers, Barbara - 12B .,,..... Michele, Eugene - 11B ...,.,. Michelman, Betty - 12A .... Michelman, Joyce- 10B .. Midboe, Jean - 10B .....,.......... Middlecamp, Gordon - 12 Miers, Miller, Bill- 11B ................... fffff ...... ..........,.........,.,...,., s 4 ....,...,..,.so, ,...jfQff87Q""59'Q ............ ......................................... Patricia- 10B . .,...... . Miller, Jacqueline - 1 1B .... Mllier, Jesse - 1 1B ..............., Miller, Judith - 12B ........ 67, 89, Miller, Nancy-11B .........,... ............... 6 8, 81, 82, 106, Miller, Ronald - 1 1B .....,.... Miller, Sheila - 12B ........ Millis, Leonard - 10B .......... Mines, Bob - 12B ...............,,.. Mitchell, Albert - 11B ....... Mitchell, Sadie - 10B .......... Mixer, Peg - 10B .......... 74, ...,.fffff1i58,'"'i6'5Q ............66, 69, 89, 7 133 133 133 160 133 160 133 160 155 150 133 160 160 160 160 150 160 160 160 150 160 133 150 150 155 133 133 155 160 160 150 150 160 150 134 90 150 160 134 150 150 164 118 134 150 150 134 150 160 150 160 134 160 160 134 150 134 160 150 150 201 Mizerik, Karen Ann - 11B Mjovig, Raymond - 10A ......... Monroe, Charles - 12B .,.,..... Moon, Linda- 12B ...........,.. ............... 6 9, 81, Moore, Jon - 11B .................4.,.... .................... 7 2, Moore, Marva - 1 1B .................... ............... 8 6, Morden, RoseMary - 10B ,................ Morin, Lola - 10B ..................... ....................,............ Morin, Ron - 10B ..........,.......... .......,.............................. Morrall, Rosalie - 11B .,.......... ............... 7 2, 74, 87, Morrell, Ilene - 12B ..,.........,.. ..,................................... Morrison, Beverly - 11B ....,. Morrison, Karen - 10B ......... Morse, Beverly - 12B ......,. Morse, Joan - 11A ......... Moser, Sharon - 11B ..,........ Mouw, William - 11B ..,...... Movey, Pamela - 12A ............ ............... 6 9, 81, 87, Mozade, E.- 11B ................,.... ......,...................,........... Muckey, Marilyn - 10B ...... ............... 7 6, 77, Mulder, Carol- 10B ........... ........,................... Mulder, Nancy - 10B ,,......,... ..........,....................,. Mull, Janice - 10A ..........,..........,,.. .....,.,...,.,.....,..,............... Mulready, Kathryn - 12B ..,..... .................................... 7 6, Mundt, Karen - 11A .,.,.,......... ........,...... 7 6, 86, 88, Murbarger, Bob - 10B ......... ....................,................. Murphy, Mary - 11B .,........,,... ............ 6 6, 68, 106, Murphy, Roger - 12B .....,...... ...........,,............,....,....... Mus ovin, David - 10B ,.,... . ................,,.,.....,.... .. Mustard, Dallas - 10B ......... ....... Near, Glenn - 10A ,...,,........ ..,......,....,............. Nedervelt, Mary- 12B ...,.,... ............... 6 8, 81, Nehm, Carol - 10B ............... .........,...............,.. Neibarger, Harold - 1 1A ........ Nelson, Delores - 12A ..,,..... ............... 8 6, Nelson, Helen - 10B .........,. .......,.,...........,..................... Nelson, Jeanne- 12B ........ ..............,............... 6 8, 81, Nelson, Joe - 12A ..,..,.........., 20, 72, 74, 75, Nelson, Joyce - 10B .........,...... ..,....,...,.....,,..,............,..........,.. Nelson, Lynalice - 1 1A ....... .........,..... ,........................... Nelson, Ramona - 11A ....... ,...... Nelson, Ron - 12B ...........,.. ....... Nelson, Shirle - 12B ........,... ..........., Nelson, Wandla - 12B .....,... ....... Nelund, Marvin - 10B ......... ............ Netzler, Ken - 10B .................. ....,...,........ Nichols, Elizabeth - 10A ....,,.. Nickeson, Bud - 11B ............ Nicolai, Bernadette - 1 1B Nicolaif, Yvonne - 11B ......,.. Niemi, Ray - 10B .......,............. Nipges, Barbara - 11B ......... Nixon, Carolyn - 10A .....,... Norris, Phillip - 12B ............ Norstrom, Janet - 12A ....,.,.. Noyes, Charles - 10B ....,... Obenauf, Nancy - 10B ...,,,... Obermiller, Judy - 10B .....,.., O'Brien, Earl- 12B .................. O'Brien, Elizabeth - 10B Oden, Fillmore - 12B ............ Odmark, Ray - 12A ....,...... Ogren, Bill - 12B .......,.,. Ohst, Vivian - 12B .....,,. Old, Harold - 10B .....,..,.. Olmoan, Bill - 1 1B ....,,,,, 202 1Q'ff,fffff.fffs6'Q ......f.'.'.'.f'.'51i', 160 134 134 160 160 150 150 150 162 134 160 72 164 160 134 160 160 150 150 155 134 170 160 1 34 150 150 155 134 150 164 118 134 135 150 164 164 135 135 155 155 160 150 160 160 135 118 150 151 135 135 135 151 160 Olson, Donald - 10B ........ I Olson, Lois - 11B ................ ..,......................................... Olson, Ralph - 10B ................. ....... - ............................. 1 51, Olson, Richard - 11B ............. ....................... - ..............,,............. Olson, Ron - 11A ................. ............... 1 8, 72, 74, 82, Oosting, Betty - 11B ......... Oosting, Tom - 11B ........... Orwick, Barbara - 11B .. Oraechowski, John - 11B Osborn, Marcia - 11B ..... Osborn, Mary - 11B ................ Osborn, Ted - 12B .............. Oslund, Judy - 11B ...........,....... Ostling, Patricia - 10B ........ Ott, Richard - 11A ..........,........ Otworth, Patricia - 12B .. Oudsema, Ronald - 12B .. Oudsema, Wayne- 10B .. Ouwerkerk, Shirley - 11B 66, 69, 82, 83, Pace, Robert - 10A ................... ................ ..................................... Puggeot, Dee - 10B ........... .............,.............. Palmer, Anne - 10B ........... .................... 8 3, 86, Panos, Joan - 10B ........,..,..... ........................................... Paquin, Joyce - 12B ..........,...... .............,. 7 2, 74, 87, Paquin, William - 10A ........ .......,..........,......... 1 04, Parker, Carol- 10B ........,... ....,..................... 6 9, Parker, Jack - 12B .............. ...... ..................................... Parks, Dave - 12B .................... ............... 7 2 74, 88, Parn, Constance - 10B ..... Parrish, Jimmy - 10A ........ Parsons, Janet - 12B ,... ....... Parsons, Sharon - 10B ..... Pastori, Maxine - 10B V ..... Patow, Connie - 12B ....,... Patrick, Victor - 11A ........ Patt, Virginia - 12B ........., Patterson, Dail - 12B ........ Pattison, Walter - 10B ........ Paulik, Anthony - 12B ..... Paulik, RoseMarie - 10B .. Paulson, Gary - 10B ................ Paulson, Harold - 12B ........ Pason, Jackie - 11B ............,. Payton, Evangeline - 12B Peacock, Betty - 11B .....,............. Pearson, Bruce - 10A .,...... Pearson, Ed - 12B .......,....... Peel, Carol- 11B ..................,... Pedersen, Sharon - 12B .. Pelkey, Edward - 11A ........ Pengillg, Fordyce - 1 1B .......... Perry, ob - 10B .................... Perry, Elton - 12B .............. Perry, Roy - 1 1B .................... Petermon, James- 10B .. Peters, Gail- 11A ,............... Petersen, Bill- 10B ........... Peterson, Brent - 12A ..... Peterson Clarence - 10A Peterson, Don - 10A, .............,.... . Peterson, Quinton - 11A Peterson, Roy - 12B ..........,......... Petroski, William - 10B .......... Pfeiffer, Bill- 11B ,.................. Pfeiffer, Doris - 12B ......,.. Philips, Joseph - 10B ..,..... Philips, Nancy - 10B .,...... .........,.91, ,ffQf'.'.f.'9'i, ..........68, 84, ...........so, .,.,.3',Q11553 I51 160 181 160 166 160 160 160 160 160 160 135 160 151 170 135 151 160 155 151 151 151 135 155 151 135 155 135 151 135 164 136 136 151 86 151 151 136 160 136 160 136 160 136 164 160 151 136 160 151 164 151 118 155 155 164 136 151 160 136 151 Reek Rahrig, Eugene - 10A ......,.,.,,. Phillips, Pat- 10A ...,.,... Phinney, Bill- 10A ......... Piatt, Carol- 10A ................. Picard, Pauline - 11B ........ Pickle, Garry - 10B ........... Piekel, Russell- 10B ............... Pierce, Linda Lou- 10B ........... Pierson, Russell- 12A ...... Pietila, John - 12B ...,.......................... ................................. Piirainen, Jeannine - 10A ............ ............... 6 8, 87, Piper, Carol- 10A .......,....... ..........................,. Pitre, James - 10B ....,.......... ....................... Pitre, Rosemary - 11B ...,,.... ....................... Plelps, - 10B .,,..............,..... ............................ Plekes, Paul - 11A .............. ................................. Plescher, Joan - 11B ...,,...... ..,.....,...... 7 2, 77, Pletcher, Lynda- 11B .......... ..........,,... 8 4, 89, Plont, Barbara- 10B ........ ........,... 8 6, 106, Plont, Janet- 11B ............... .........,....... 1 07, Plont, Leroy - 10A ....,.............. .............,........,.......... Plotner, Connie - 11B ............. .......,.....,........................ Plumhoff, Tom- 12B .....,..... .........,.,... 8 2, 83, 85, Plumley, Janice - 10B ............. ...................................... Plummer, Mary - 10B ......,...... ......................... 8 6, 87, Poe, Florence- 12B ...,,..,,,.. ..,............ 6 9, 74, 75, Polak, Theresa - 11B .....,.,...... ........,, 1 5, 68, 85, Poland, Sydney - 11A ........... ...,................... 1 06, Polk, Pat - 10B ..,.......,............ ,.............,,..........., Pomeroy, Bill- 12B .....,..... ............ Porter, Jay - 12B ...........,...,.... ....... Porter, Larry - 11B ....,............,. ,...... Postema, Joanne - 1 1A .,..... Potts, Carolyn - 1 1A .......... Potts, Tom - 1 1A ........... Potter, Lois - 1 1B .............,... Poulos, Peter - 11A ,.,.,....... Powell, Joan - 10B .............. Pranger, Jim - 10B ....,,...,,, Prell, Stanley - 12B ,.,........ Preston, Robert - 1 1B .,.,...... Priebe, Susie - 10A ....,,.,,...,....., Priest, Connie - 11B ..............,..,.., Priest, Lola - 1 1B .....,.......,.,..,.......,.,.., Prow, DeloresAnn - 12A Prow, Roger - 10B ...................... Psiharis, Nick - 10B .............,,...... Pummel, Charles - 10B .,..,.,..... Rademaker, Eileen - 11B Rademaker ud - 10B , J y .,.......... Rademaker, Sharon - 11B Ragen, Judy - 11B .....,....,..... Rakosky, Ramirez, Ramirez, Ramirez, Ramirez, Sandra - 10B ....,.... Arthur - 12B ,.,... Frances - 10A .........,. John - 11B .......,. Margaret - 11A Ramones, Santos-10A ,, Randall, Bill- 10B .,,,.,......,.. Randall, Bob - 10B .,,,,., .,,.... Randall, Clarence - 10A Randall, Dick - 11B .....,..... Randall, Keith - 11B .,.,.,.. Rasey, Howard - IOB . ..... . Rasey, Pat- 12B ........,....,.,a...,.... ,......,.,.. . 13, Rasmussen, Karen - 12A Rathbun, Phillip - 11B ..,.. ..........s7, fffm' fffffffff'16i',"i154Q ,.............10l, 104, 69, 82, 83, 109, 160 151 151 151 136 155 155 151 160 151 164 160 160 151 160 155 160 136 151 151 136 160 164 151 136 136 160 164 164 164 160 164 151 151 160 155 160 160 118 151 151 160 151 161 184 155 151 156 155 161 164 151 151 151 161 161 151 137 118 161 Rawdon, Jim - 1 1A .........,, Ray, Lester - 10B ,...............,..... Raymond Robert - 10B ....,....... Ream, Gwen - 11B ................. Rebedew, Ernie - 1 1B ............. Rebedew, Janet - 10B .................. Rebedew, Richard - 10B .......,. Reck, David - 10B .........,.,,...... Reck, Rex - 1 1B .................... Reece, Ronald - 11B ....,..,... Redding, Don - 10B .......... Reed Reed Reed Reed: Reed, 7 9 Clyde - 12B ........ Darlene - 1 1A ........ Katherine - 10A .......... Mary - 10B .....,.....,.... Milton - 11A ....,,..., Jim -11B .........,.,......................, Reicliard, Patsy - 10B .........1,........ Renkenberger, William - 12B Rennells, Ken - 10B ...........,.,.................. Reska, Lavonne - 10B ........,,.....,,,... Rexford, Bill- 10B ....,,.,.......,..... Rexford, Charles - 10B ............ Reyes, Gloria - 11B .,,.....,..,... Ricco, Elvira - 10B .......,.... Rice, John - 11A ..,,,.....,........ Rice, Richard - 12A ...,.,.........,. Richmond, Fred - 10A ......... Richmann, Harold - 1 1B ,....... Ridderman, Ralph - 11B .,,..,. Rieben, Judith - 11B ........,..... Riggle, David - 12B .......... Riley, Mary - 1 1B .....,.,.,...,...... Rinckey, Charlotte - 12B ....,.. Risk, Patricia - 12B .,,......, Robar, Jim - 12B ....,.,,,............ Robbins, David - 11B ....,,...... Robbins, Larry - 1 IA .............,,, Roberts, Darlene - 10B ....,,..... Roberts, Leathia - 10B .......,. Roberts, Nancy - 10B ....,....... Robertson, Jean - 1 1B .....,..,.. Robertson, Judy - 10B ......... Robillard, B. - 10B ........,.,....... Robinson, Brenda - 10B ........... Robinson, Maureen - 10A ..... Rocker, Jerry - 10B .,...,...,.,........... Rodes, Nancy - 11B ..,...,........,.... Rodewald, Mary - IIB Rodiriquez, B. - 10B ..........., Rodney, C. - 10A .......,,............ Roelofs, Maxine - 12B ....,,........ Rogalla, Margaret - 11B .,..,... Rogers, Glenda - 12A ......,,,.,. Rogers, James - 1 1 A ...,...... Rogers, James - 12B ,....,.... Rogers, Oliver - 10B ..,......... Rojan, Corrine - 12B .......,.... Rojan, George - IZA ....... Rollins, Sue - 10B ........ Root, Barbara - 11B .,,....... Rork, Ellen - 12A ......,.,.1 Rose, Jack - 1 IB ....,1.......... Rosen, Kurt - 12B ............., Ross, John - 11B ....,,........,...,.,..1. Ross, Raymond - 10B .,..,...,., Rossman, Annette - 12B ......... Roth, Natalie - 10B ....,,.,.... ..........96, 99, .....,.......101, 1 ,.....,... 76, ...........,.106, 87, 89 19, 69, sz, 83, 72, 74, 86, 89, .v....... . ...A. 68, 74, 84, 87 81, ...,jff174Q"'8i7'. 114, 19, 85, 87, 89, '.'. .,....1...76, 5 3 9 9 Rothoff, Gordon - 10A ,.......... Roult, Ronald -- 10B .......... Rowe, Ronald - 11B .......... Ruiter, Janice - 12B .......... Rull, George - 10B ...,,,............ Rull, Roger - 12B .......................... Rushing, Geraldine - 10B ........... Russcher, Donna - 11B ........... Russell, Carolyn - 10B ........... Russell, Lucille - 11B ............ Rust, Evelin - 10B ............. Ryan, Tom - 11B ............ Sabin, John -- 1 1B .....,............... Sabin, Emogene -- 12B .......,....... Sandberg, Corinne -- 10B .... Sandberg, David - 10B ......... Sandberg, Gary -- 11B ............ Sandberg, Sandra - 12A ........... Sanford, Susan -- 10B ....,....... Sandin, - 12A ................ Sargent, Sally- 11B ................. Saunders, Jack - 1 1B ............ Saxton, Harriet - 1 1A ..........., Saylor, Jim - 1 1A ..................... Schaalma, George - 10B ..,......... Schacht, Nancy - 12B ...............,. Schaefer, Herbert - 1 1B ........... Schaefer, Ione - 11B ..................... Scharmer, Carolyn - 10B ........ Schaut, Allce - 10B .................. Schmidt, Betty - 1 1B .,,.......,...... Schmidt, Rita - 12B ............................... Schmieding, Virginia - 10B Schmuck, Patricia - 10B ..,............., Scholten, M. - 11B ....,,................. Schotten, Marylyn - 1 1B ........ Scholz, Donna - 10B ................. Schott, Addie Lou - 11B .,.,.,......,,, Schottey, Mary Alice - 10A Schoub, A. - 10B ............,,..,......................... Schreiber, Al - 10B ................,,..,.,,...........,.., Schreiber, Jerry - 10B ......... Schrier, Beverly - 12B ...,o........................, Schroeder, George - 10B .........,..........,... ...............101, 104, .....ff.'.'ff.'.'.'.'ffff.'.'fffff95Q 106 .....ffffffff59Q""95Q s9, ...,.fffIQ98,""i5i'Q ..1.fff.ff.'.i.158, 90, 66, 72, 83, 86 9 3 Schuler, Sandra- 12B ......... 18, 67, 69, 81, 82, 85, Schultz, Arden - 12B .,...........................,..,,............................,.., 84, Schultz, Dale - 12B .......... Schultz, Paul - 10B ..........,......, Schultz, Robert - 12B .. ,............. . Schumacher, John - 11B ........ Schumacher, Sally - 10A ........ Scott, Martha - 11B .....,,...,,,..,. Scott, Ron - 1 1A ...........,..... Scott, Vandel-- 10B .......... Scouten, Vic - 12B ..........,....,., 1 ,.,. 96, 99, Scouten, Dick - 12A .,.............,.,...............................,.............,.. 77, Sechen, Genevieve - 12B ......................,........................................ Seeley, Ellen- 12A ......,..,........ 24, 67, sz, 83, 87, ss, Seelye, Jay - 10B ...............,..,.,.................,................,......,..................... Seelman, Rochelle -- 1 1B .......... Seiferlein, Serge - 10B ......... Seifers, Carollee - 10B ..,...... Sells, Ruth - 11B ....,............,. Senf, Patricia -- 10B ................ Shaffer, Gaylord - 1 1A ...,...,... Shanty, Charlene - 12B ........... Shatney, Tom - 10A .......,.,..... 4 so, 155 161 137 151 137 152 161 152 161 152 161 137 152 161 119 152 161 161 164 164 152 136 161 161 152 161 138 152 154 161 152 161 155 152 152 152 135 152 138 138 152 148 161 161 161 164 152 138 119 138 119 161 152 152 161 152 164 138 Shaw, Gerald - 12A ............. sheeffer, Charles- 11A .......... Sheffer, Robert - 12B .....,......,,.. Shepard, Carol - 10B ..................... Shepherd, Johnney - 10B ............ Sherriff, Boyd - 10B ................... Shetterly, Edward - 12B ............ Shetterly, Jackie - 11B .................. Sheneldecker, Burton - 11B Shineldecker, Carol - 11B ......... Shotney, T. - 10A .......,................. Showers, Conda - 10B ............. Showers, Marian - 10B ........ Shullenberger, Siders, Gerrie Sally - 11B ......... -- 10A .............. Siegel, Judy - 10B ............. Sietsema, Ted Sievers, Helen - 10A ........ - 10B ........ Siglns, Judy - 11B .............. Si enga, Bob - 10B .......... Sikkenga, Judy - 11B ......... Sima, Donald - 12B ................... Simonson, June -- 11B ..................... Simpkins, Raymond - 11B .,,...... Simpson, Ben'- 10B ................... Simpson, Nan cy-11B ............. Sipe, Ronald - 12B ................ Siplon, Carol -- 12B ........... Sischo, Jack - 12A ................ Sischo, Richard - 10B .......... Sittser, Suejean - 12B ........,. Six, Charleen - 10B ............... Skinner, Don - 11B ................... Skoglund, Richard - 1 1B ............ Slater, David - 10B ...................... Slater, David - 10A ............. Slattery, Allen - 11B .......... Sloan, 'Jim - Slott, Joan - Slott, John - Smack, Joe - Smack, Leslie 11B ................. 12B .......... 12B ..,......... 11B .........,........,... - 10B ..,................ I ....... QfIIfffffQ95Q"'99, , 89 ............82, 84 Smalligan, Dirk - 11B ............. ........ Smith, Alfred - 10A ............. ....... Smith, Arthur - 12B ........ ...............,..,.................... Smith, Beverly -- 10B .......... ...................................... Smith, Carol - 12B ........... ............ 6 6, 68, 83, 85, Smith, Charles -- 12B ............ ...................................... 7 2, Smith, Garcia - 12B ................... ....................................... Smith, Gertrude - 12A .....,.... ........... 1 06, 108, Smith, Kennetll - 11A ........ ............................ Smith, Leon - 10A ........... ....................... Smith, Leroy - 11B ,.......,.. ............. Smith, Mary - 10B ..........,....... ........... 7 7, Smith, Marilyn - 11A ................ ............. Smith, Mary Lou - 11A .......... ............. Smith, Robert -- 11A ......,....... .................. Smith, Roberta - 11B ............ ........... 7 6, Smith, Ronald - 11B .............. ............ Smith, Sandra - 10B ........ .................. Smith, Stanley - 12B .,.......... ...................... 8 0, Snook, Nancy- 11B ................... ............ 7 7, 89, Snowfleet, - 10B ..................... ............,...,................. Soderstrom, Beverly - 10B . .. ................................ Somero, Pat - 12B ....................... ............ 6 8, 79, 81, Somerville, Gayle - 1 1B ..... Sorensen, Joyce - 12B .......... Southland, Jack - 12B ........ 9 I 9 9 3 9 153 162 soumland, Phil- 1013 ............. Spencer, Wfilliam -- 10B ............. Spiller, Gloria - 12B ............. Spiller, Robert - 10B ........ Spoelma, Jack - 10B ........... Spoelma, Jerry - 10A ........ S rin er Lois - 12B p g , . ................ ............................ Spurgat, Marilyn- 12B ........................... 72, 74, 75, 87, Spyke, Sharon - 10A ........ St. Amour, Gerald - 10A ,......... Stanley, Anna - 12B ............... Stapel, Della - 1 1B .............. Stapel, LaVern - 1 1B ........ Stark, Charles - 10B .......... Stark, Darlene - 10B ..,...,............................................ Start, Joann- 10B .......................................... Stathis, Nina- 12A ......... 67, 69, 79, 86, 1 Stebelton, Shirley - 1 1A .................,........................... Stein, Marilyn - 11B ......................................... Stein, Nancy - 11B ................... Ste in Henr - 12A Steiignbgrg, Ed!! 12B .............,..... Steuerwald, Donna - 10B ............ Stevens, Pat - 12B ......................... Stevens, Rosemary - 10A .......... Steward, Wilbert - 10B ........l.... Stewart, Mary - 10A ..,.......... Stewart, Mike - 12B ..,...... Stidham, Shirley - 12B .......... Stirling, Paul - 11B ........... Stoddard, Kay - 10B ........... Stone, Barbara - 1 1B .,.....,, Stone, Bob - 1 1B ............... Stong, Carol- 10B ......,. Stong, Ronald - 10B .......,.,. Stoops, Joan - 1 1B .............. Stoops, William - 10B .......... Storm, Marilyn - 11A .......... Stoot, Barbara - 10B .,,.........,.,, Strandberg, Ada - 10B ....,.......,. Strandberg, Mary - 10B ....... Strandberg, Roberta - 10B . Strang, Harold - 1 1B ............. Stressman, Fred - 11A ...,...... Stribley, Ronald - 10B .......... Strickler, Evelyn - 1 1B .,..... Strickler, Millicent - 10B ..,. Stringham, Pat - 1 1B ............. Strong, Larry - 12B ..,,.....,. Strong, L. - 10B ...,...,...........,..... Stubbs, Dale - 12B .....,..,,,,......... Stunt, Gayle - 10B .,,..,........,...............,....... Stuivenga, Mary Lou - 10B Sturgeon, Darlene - 11A ............... Sturgeon, Judith - 10B ....,.........., Sturgis, David - 10B .,,..........,, Sugarbaker, Duane - 11B ..., Summerfield, Deo - 10A ,......... Sumner, Pat - 11B ................... Sutcliffe, Swanson Swanson 5 Swanson, Swanson Swanson Swanson 1 Jim - 11A ,,,... .... ,......, Carla - 12B ..,.......... Jeanette - 10B ...... Julie Ann - 12B Lynn - 10B ........................ Peggy Lee - 11B ........,... Tim - 12B ....,....,.........,,. Sweet, Keith - 10B .,.....,........,,.. Sweeter, Judith - 11A ............ ..14, ss, 68Q""i'6'5I ...68, 84, .'.f1QQ'.f'.'.'.'.5'9Q ...86, 88, 87, 152, fffisfskl ...76, 84, .Qf'.'.'.'.f.fQ58, mee, es, 74 , 86, 14, 81, 83, 87, 16, 81, 84, 152 139 155 155 139 139 155 155 139 161 161 152 152 152 119 164 161 161 139 152 139 155 153 155 139 139 161 161 152 162 152 164 152 152 152 152 172 152 162 152 162 140 152 140 152 152 164 152 152 162 162 164 140 152 140 152 162 140 152 164 Swett, Louella - 11B ......... Swift, Charles - 12B .......... Swords, Kay - 12B ............. Talmadge, Sandra - 10B .......... Tanis, Carol- 1 1B .................. Taylor, Barbara - 10B ........... Taylor, Erma - 10B ............. Taylor, Leona - 10B .......... Taylor, Nancy - 10B .............. Taylor, Verdia - 10B ............ Teanweek, E. - 10B ........,............ Terpenning, Nancie - 10B Teuling, Bonnie - 11B ..... Thiel, Linda - 10B ...................... ............... 6 6, Thiefbar, Shirley - 10B ............ ................. Thies, William - 12B ............ ............ Thomas, Prisilla - 12B ......... ............ Thompson, Bruce - 1 1A ........... ............ Thompson, Diane - 11B ................. ................. Thompson, Jeanette - 12B ....................... Thompson, John - 10B ..... ...,........... 6 6, Thompson, Mort - 10B ........... ...................... Thompson, Tom - 10A ..... ............ 1 02, Thornberg, Bruce - 10B .,......... ..........,...... Thornton, Larry - 11B ..... ............... 7 2, Tietsort, Gene - 1 1B ........., .............,... Tieute, K. - 11B .........,.............. ...,................... Tiffany, Gayle - 10B .........,......... ................. 1 06, Timmer, Charles - 10B .....,..... .....,......................,.... Timmer, Jack- 10B ............... .....,......... 1 01, 104, Timmer, Mary - 12B .....,.. ,,....,,,.,............... 8 8, Tinsley, Ed - 10A ..................,.. ...,.................,.,......... Tipton, Darrell- 11B ....,....... ....................................... Titus, Eileen - 12A ............. ,......,,................................... Titus, Fred - 10B ......,..... ............... 8 2, 83, 91, Tims, Linda - 1oB .,...,........ .............., 2 o, 72, 87, Tjapkes, Ellen - 11A ....,....... ........,.............................. Tobin, Margaret - 10A ...,.,..... ..,......................... Todd, Norma - 10A ....,......... ............,............. 7 2, Toman, Arlona - 12B ..,....,,... .....,......... 7 6, 86, Toman, Carole - 10A ..,.............. ............,............... Tomasiewicz, Matt - 10B ......... ...,.............,.......... Toppen, Janice - 11B .,........,. .............,. 8 7, 91, Toppen, Robert- 10B ......... ...,..,..................... Tousey, Ron - 12B ............. ................. Toen, Donald - 10B ............... .................,.... Toxopeus, Fred - 11B ........... ............... 8 0, Travis, Karen - 10B .,.....,... Traweek, Janette - 1 1B ............ Trebilcock, Jennifer - 12B ..............,.. Tromp, Nancy - 10A ........... ............... 8 9, Trute, Karl - 11B .......,............. ................. Tjapkes, Ellen - 11A ....,....... ...,.................. Touri, Nancy - 12A ......,.. ............... 6 7, Tufts, Art Jr. - 10B ..,,...... ,....,........... Turk, Charles - 10B .......... ......,.....,......... Twiest, Gilbert - 1 1A ...,........ ............................ Twining, Clark - 11A ......... ............... 7 2, 87, Tyler, John - 10B ....,,...,..,,.. ,...,.....,...,.......,,...,..... Tyler, Pa'ul - 11B ...........,.....,. .....,.,,...... 9 6, 99, Tyrrell, Janet - 10B .....,......... ..,,..,...............,..... Tyrrell, Shirley - 12A .,..,....... ...,........,......... Ullmer, Clyde - 10A ............... .,.......... Ulmer, Marlene - 11B ,...... Ulrich, Van - 10A .............,. 162 140 140 152 162 152 152 152 155 153 153 162 153 153 140 140 164 162 153 153 155 158 162 153 153 153 140 155 119 153 153 164 162 155 140 155 153 162 153 140 162 153 162 127 90 119 153 153 164 164 155 162 84 162 162 155 205 155 165 153 Umstead, Ron - 1 1B ............,........ ........ Urcavich, Gerald - 11A ........,... .. VanderBoegh, Alan - 11B ........... .......,.............,...... Vanderburg, Paul- 12B .......,, .......... 9 6, 98, VanderKooi, Lyle - 11B ............ ....................... VanderKooi, Ruth - 12B ......... ....................... Vanderleest, James - 11B ......... ............................ Vanderleest, Valerie - 11B ........ ............... 8 7, 89, Vanderley, Helen - 11B .,............... ..,......................... Vanderlind, Nancy - 10B .................. ............... 8 4, VanderMolen, Isabella - 11B ........... ...,.,.........,.. VanderMolen, Karen - 10A ........... ,............ VanderMolen, Valydo - 10B ........... ......, Vanderseelt, Ray - 11B .................... ....................... Vanderveen, Carol- 11B ............... ............................ Vanderwall, Bernard - 12B ........ ., ............ 82, 87, Vanderwier, Janice - 12A ............................................................ Vanderzyl, Roger - 12B .........................................,.,...............,...... Vanlienenaam, Isla- 12B .......,.... 16, 17, 66, 69, 81, ss, 122, 141, Vandyke, Robert - 12B ....... .... VanDyke, Tom - 11B ...................... VanDyke, Wayne - 10A ................ VanMaastricht, Lou Ann - 12B VanRegeenmorter, Mary - 10B VanRiper, Janice - 12B .,.........,........,.. ' VanRiper, Ralph - 10A ..............,. Varga, Erma - 10B ..............,.... Varin, Fred - 12B .,...,....,,..... Varin, Ruth - 10B ..........,........ Vasque, Dolores - 10B ..,.,,.... Veenstra, David - 12A ..l............ Veitenheimer, Sally - 1 1A .......... Veldhuis, Nova - 10B ...,.,....,,. Venske, David - 1 1B ........, Venske, Rhoda - 10B ..,,.....,... Verburg, Charles - 10B .4..... Versalle, Pat - 11A .,..l........ Vigeant, Betsy - 11A ..,..... Virag, Steve - 10B ........,..... Visser, Arthur - 10B ....,,..... Visscher, Joan - 1 1B .......,.,...... Vledder, JoAnn - 11A ..,.,,... Vledder, Marva - 10A ........,... ....l06, 108, ......ffffffffff.'ffff6s', 153 VonGlahn, Noel - 12B ..,..,.., 67, 84, 87, Voss, JoAnn - 11B ..,........... .......,...,.......................... Voss, Paul- 11A ......................... ................................. Vredeveld, Alan - 10B .....,.... ....... Vredeveld, Joyce - 1 1A ....... ......,..... Vredeveld, Norma - 12B ........ .. ....... ...77, Vulgaris, Gus .,.......,........,.,............... ..............,,..... 9 6, Waalkes, Martin - 11B ..,.... .............. 1 02, 103, Wacker, Donna - 12A .l.....,.. ................................. Wade, Roger - 10B .....,....,........ ...,.......,.. 1 01, 104, Wadkins, Lyndia - 10B ................ .........................,,. Waggoner, Stewart - 10B ,.....,... ............ Wagner, Russell - 11A .......,....,.. .................. Wagner, Virginia - 10B ........... .......... 7 2, Wainwright, Carol - 10A ............. .......... 6 8, Wainwright, Nancy - 1 1A .,........ ............... 6 8, Wait, J. - 10B ...,................................ .................. Walker, Jane - 10B .....,.......... .................. Walker, Patricia - 12B ........ .......,.. 7 6, Walker, Peter - 12B ........... ............. Walker, Roger - 10B ........ ........ Wall, Frances - 1 1B .......... ........ 6 162 162 140 162 140 162 162 162 155 162 155 153 162 140 141 141 162 72 153 141 155 153 141 153 153 141 153 162 153 153 164 164 153 153 162 166 157 135 162 164 153 164 141 162 162 119 153 153 164 155 164 153 153 141 162 Walters, Dale - 12A ........ .............. 1 19, Walters, Joan - 1 1A ............................. .....,..... 7 2, Walthouse, Betty - 10B ...... .............. Wanger, Herman Francis- 11B ....... ............................ 6 6, Ward, Duane - 10B ........................................................................... Ward, Mary- 10B .............. ....................... .... 8 2 , 87, 153, Ward, Landia - 11B .......... ....................................... Ward, Olivene - 10A ............ .................................. Warner, Gordon - 11B ......... ........... 8 2, 86, Warner, Sarah - 12B ............ ........................ Warren, Dick - 10B ................ ....,........ 1 04, Warren, David - 11A ............ ........,.......... Warren, Kay - 10B ............. .............. Watkins, L. - 10B ..................... ................... Watson, Sharon - 11B ....... ........... 7 2, Weaver, Daniel- 11A ......... .............. Weaver, Don - 11B .......... ........ Weaver, Jim - 10B ........ .,............ Webb, Roberta - 10B .............. ........,., 6 9, Webber, Ernest - 12B ............ ..........,... Webster, Bob - 10B .....,......... ..,.,... Webster, Nancy - 11B ...,..... ..,..... Weck, Nancy - 11B ............. ......,,...... Weippert, Susan - 10A ,............ ...,....... 9 0, Weisner, Wayne - 11B ...... ..,...........,,... Weist, Joyce - 12B .................... ..............,, 7 7, Welc, Betty - 12B ,.................... ...............,,.......,.... Wernstrom, Marilyn - 12B ............. 72, 108, Westedt, Terry - 10B ................. ..........,.......,...,...... Westfield, Arlor - 11A ...... ......,. Westgate, Charles - 11A .....,., ....,......... Westphal, Joan - 12B ......... ........,,......... Wheaton, Joyce - 10B .......... .............,.. 8 6, Wheeler, Alice - 12A ..........., ........... 6 6, 68, Wheeler, Loretta - 12B ,......,... ................... Wheeler, Paul- 10A ........,... ...................,.... Whisler, Shirley - 12B .,........ ....,........ 1 08, White, Barbara - 12A ......... ................... White, Madelyn - 11B ..,...... ...,......... White, Neil- 11B ....................... Whittingham, Betty - 10B ....,,..,. ........,..................,............ Whitney, Dave - 1 1B ..............,....... ...........,....,.......,.................... 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